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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 14, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00561
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THE MORNING SENTINEL






VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER, 1915. NUMBER 237.


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MANY FOREIGN DIPLOMATS CRIMINALLY






INVOLVED AS PLOTTERS TOWARDS U. S.







BOlD YEGG WHO ROBBED I STEADY FIRE GREAT T DRIVE i PRINCETON I DISCLOSURE GIGANTIC WILSO_AWAITS'S PLOT WORD PRESIDENT -




WAS KEPT UP ON ANCONAAS LOST TO YALE. 13: TO 7

LOCAL HARDWARE STORE PASSENGERS WENT TOR RELIEF OFSERBIANS WHILE HARVARD HEAT KITCHENER IS DUE AT SAIONIKIAllies

TO LIFE BOATSTHEUSJIlliipRASIICSIEPS DROWN, 16 TO 7

Increase! landing Forcesat

S GEORGIA AND TECH TIED 0 TOO 0 Saloniki at Urgent Re-

WAS SHOT AND MAY Y DIE quest| t of the French


Will( Inform Austria!! That Act Virginia Scores Twice on South GovernmentNew

I Was One of Inhumanity Carolina Florida Downs .
ROHHER: SHOT AND CAPTURED . cents for sumc. At this time Taylor'sbrother York. No1:1.S": workIIIRK .
came along, became suspicious WiUon" Acting L A RG{ ;E: IU E I N I.*0)RCEM"'E:NTS Citadel (0 i to 0, tit of Rlgnnlir! arson and bomb plot.

AT HAINES CITY; \ and told the marshal, M. It.Thortthill. 1 I Slowly I REACH: ALLIED) ARMIES (nl'II'lUl"I will be 'I"'d| In (lit" public "parr n*

RESISTED: ARREST Thornhill Ilu""lIon"tll'rul- noon n" (I'rrnluVnlMUon gltc' the
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titer who mild If he would! go! to the Washington' Nov I.I.-Htnte department IN SERHIA 'Important' football- gunies word. United' Stolen' Marshal I Knowilt'ii .

ROBBED GUERNSEY'S' HDWE STORE hotel he would verify his statements. '' oiridaU tonight viewed 1 withIn played| yeslerdiiy, as follows! weie and Ftitn, shut .of the, secret.
(that lie was selling bankrupt,, poods.. ENGlHFKHAeCllVElimt f : service, huiHcd' to Washlntrlon today
> vr nppiehenilon" (the statement. I byhr. Inlt'li'1 their hil,.,,loit, lertineil, till .
At the hotel) l't l1l1lt'r inmle n htpnk New Iliivrii '!I, 1'ilnceloii'' T> nn highestntllhoilly ;

(Unt( ( Awn)' ( ( IU( ) In tar liberty' He was fltrt"p.| I I., anti l Cecil L UMel, which Wit, ciihHet 1'iiMiltllilktP, II lit\1"II lit. Iliosvn ?. was 'In (Infolit) """I"t"t1

under n |1"H'" hll( !' IHHIKP III IliM plPM' .1I"IIIIft'I"'II.|| | (lirtt |Illp Mile Allstit.IMI'nlnil(. ( l (:"ml! M: Knhw III I It's' :yiNW, $. nilvl. .
nf the
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The liiHrKluil, old( hint 'In CHIMP'' nut that liii. hint t as alt I Ihp Aiitoiirt' kepi Hunt**Riillrittttl l In Con- \ I (Point' A liny :HI.1 Maine 0, ef* |ilenlileiill I II'iflll

Ku/orn, I $Hulh'n", Hltil sillreiuled lfllilliel? &CHIIIP Hit.. "I'lt|' Mertily' lira, Upon\ Iha I liner while t'MIli.laI'atIsla, Jut: jnrkt'tt.sn|, II, IImI they I know mrn in .the
", 'liml limply H (U""U\ aralt In till left hand, lie .held. n fl\t lIr "hit' passengers... ( wets lieiiiu |1IIH'\,1 l in I Ihll ) (
& 7, .
litflil (sand was liPllPrtll! "his' coat' 'theIIIHII lifeboat. lie Opened) VvakhJnirtdiiUeorMtw: UK, North silica hatched on American

+ + + + + + + + + . + >|I sl| bald. him In throw... up Itutli If (Oilpli who U an American, ..uhMantiate - t'aioliim.A.. \ and M, o, anti.Second.

+ IIt;;'I'\II.H .oi' noi.ii( ICUIIIII;II\( + handy, Three time hn told f'rantlipr *. Ilti4 /statement by an alt Ida- I.ondun, Nov 1 13,-Thousands: of reinforcement t'umiridue-'ale Frctohmen :-!tI.. I hat R mass of evidrnrn' hap
+ to threw hU tit to the Ilurvard "'rlIohm..n! 14, born arcMmulrflrd against' l three men
till 11,1 Ii each I American
-- .1 Ui| situ tints consular officers : are reaching the Billet ('Ittr" tnng--Washington. and Jeff -
+ ,13i.ln: : A, Mi--Orlmiiluhrani police + Cranther cursed him and .141.1 he it i Ii indicated: that ibis gutrrnnirnl armies Jn. southern Serbia for the fiiOn 7, W'lit'A., Wealey la Third that the evidence ia in chaise

+ shut un houlhMrrrl & ituuht'y 1 would' kill him The marshal tired! hU will b*. farad t tit make an immediate Noulh" to present to H special grand jury

( and cry of "Hall$ A + shotgun (which he had! procured when ''Irutritl (I.. .\u"lr llungary un the great drive! to the relief! of the imperiled Atlanta-Georgia U, Tech. 0, with convictions utmost a certainty.If .

+ speedy' run lu that section of + he found! his revolver' would not work) ground that it wan an art of inhu Serbians west of Nish. Ilirminirham Knoxville-Tennessee-Auburn 0 0, Panty 17. ]President Wilson\ gives his wordto
I
Mississippi
+ city brought no due to the + and three fingers were torn from manit)'. Dispatches tonight from Greek A, and M. 11.VuldostaColumbia. proceed it is considered certain

+ mystery. + Crant er'lI right hand and shots entered Officials made it plain however points describe tremendous activityon 0, Mercer 32. that not less than three, and perhapsa

+ : ,\. 1.--Gut'rniie.1i hardware + I his abdomen and stomach lie that this government's decision will the Winston-Salem-North Carolina 20 dozen diplomatic representatives of
of the French
I part and Brit- Davidson 6.RichmondClemson.
+ store robbed. + ,' may die. Subsequently Cranther con- not be reached until official reports ish. 3, V. M. I. 6. foreign governments will be criminally -

+ 3:05 .\. M.-Man with new suit- + fessed that he had robbed Guernsey's have been received.It Chattanooga-Sewanee 0, Chattanooga involved. The government at

+ caw boarded south bound pas. + hardware store in Orlando.In is known, that President Wilson General Monro has arrived at Sao- I 0. present has almost complete data

+ the meantime linki at the head of Columbia-Virginia 13, South Carolina bearing upon the identity of the men
ate er. dismounting at Haines + employes of the requested that he be informed at once a large body of I 0.

+ City. + Guernsey hardware store discoveredthe upon the receipt of any official dispatches English troops, while great army Gainesville-Citadel 0, Florida 6. financially responsible for the start-

+ 6:30 A. M.-Robbery discovered.. + loss of the goods and the police which will throw any light on Austin-Texas 20, Alabama 0. ling series of recent fires in munition
I camps are being established at Guev-
+ 7 .\. M.-Man at Haines City + were notified. And while searching whether or not the vessel was tryingto plants and bombs aboard ships.

+ offers to sell $2.50 knives for + for a clue to. work on, Taylor's brother escape. gholi and Doiran.AustroGerman KILLED A RATTI.FK_n_ ____

+ 35 cents each. + from- -names- City arrived- at Kis lie made it known that he will)) con- and Bulgarian progress English to Land More Troops

+ 8 A. M.-Brother of !knife purchaser + simmee the Kissimmee officers wired fer with Secretary Lansing and map in the north continues. Yesterday afternoon while Mr. and Berlin, via Sayville, Nov.' 13A '

+ arrives at Kissimmee. + Orlando if they knew of a robbery in out what action is to be taken by the Serbia is slowly being swept clear :Mrs. T. J. Wilson were driving to Constantinople dispatch to the Cologne -
Orlando from their
+ Kissimmee police wire to Orlando + this section, telling of the suspect United States as quickly as official by the invading armies and the railroad suburban home, Gazette states that rumors

+ asking if robbery had + held at Haines City. The Orlando of- communication clears up the situa to Constantinople is about to be and while passing Lake Lancaster among English officers at Salonikiare
stopped to give their horse a drinkof to the effect that Kitchener
+ occurred. + ficers wired to Haines City to hold opened. is to

+ 8:30 A. M.-Robber shot by a + the man. Sheriff Gordon, Chief Smith water. Just before continuingtheir arrive in the near future.

+ Haines City officer and may + and Kendrick Guernsey started for tion.Rollins journey, Mrs. Wilson spied a The paper further states that the

+ die. Confesses. + Haines City. Identification of the I Loses Says War Is large snake lying dose by one of the English only decided to increase their

wheels. She called Mr. Wilson's at- landing forces at Saloniki after
+ 9 A. M. Orlando sheriff and + knives and razors proved an easy an

+ chief of police wire to Haines + matter and the wounded robber confessed tention to it and he lost no time in urgent request by France which was

City asking that suspect beheld + his crime. Cranther had the By 12-0 Score Just StartingJ. dispatching the reptile with a pieceof almost in the nature of an ultima.

+ ; then go to that city in + officers notify his grandmother, who board which he found near by tum.
The snake was a diamond-back species -
+ auto. + lives at Jacksonville.
+ 12:31-A. M. \(today)-Robber + Fifty-five knives ten razors, and IN FAST GAME WITH THE \\'. HURLEY ARRIVES and measured five and a half feet New Allied Proposals.

+ arrive. in Orlando in custody + the suitcase were recovered. SOUTHERN ELEVEN, ON TELLING EXCITING STORIES and had ten rattles and a button. Paris, Nov. 13.-The Venizelos organ -

+ of Haloes City officer. Not + Cranther was a stranger in Orlando. MORSE ATHLETIC FIE[]). OF" WAR-WOMEN: The Patris. of Athens, states

+ expected to live. + Chief Smith. Sheriff Gordon, Mr. AT WINTER PARK YES- PERFORMING MANY DUTIES ANOTHER ALLIGATOR KILLED that Lord Kitchener will be receivedby

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ,Guernsey and others stated that they TERDAY.In IN ENGLAND.Mr. IN LAKE CHEKOKEE King Constantine and that he will

had never seen him before. That his submit to him new propositions on

As bold a robbery as was ever perpetrated crime was well planned and executed Yesterday afternoon an alligator the part of the quadruple entente.A .
a hotly contested game with J. W. Hurley, who spent last which has been making his place of
in Orlando or ths section of without .
goes saying. That accomplices Southern College, on the Morse Ath. winter in Orlando arrived in the city abode in Lake Cherokee was discovered -
Florida occurred early yesterday aided him in his work is the belief letic Field at Winter Park NEW HARDWARE STORE FOR
yesterday yesterday morning and said that he by Street Superintendent Bennett
and the details of the ORLANDO
morning story of the police and they are still
'
afternoon the Kollins College eleven was glad to be once more in the City who is looking after some repair
unfold themselves much
as an Arabian working the
on case.
went down in defeat by a score of Beautiful. work to one of the city sewers in that
Nights tale. About :2 o'clock This morning as the 12:31 train Within a very few days A. T. Carter -
12 to 0. Clean
playing characterizedthe He has been
sailing out of Newport section. Not having a weapon with
yesterday morning Guernsey's hardware rolled into Orlando a large crowd of a brother-in-law of S. Y. Way,
game from start to finish and both News'a.., to the British Isles and which to shoot the saurian, he soon \H
store was entered and goods will a new, to date and
people were gathered at the depot. open up mod-
teams behaved in the most sportsmanlike can tell soaie startling stories of the found "John," the colored chauffeurfor
valued at about $100 were stolen. Cranther lay upon a stretcher in a ern hardware store at the corner of
manner. life of the people in Glasgow! Scotland Mr. and Mrs.\ W. II. O'Neal::" who
The robber escaped to Haines City, semi-conscious condition and was carried Pine and Court streets, in the building
Rollins was on the defensive practically which port was his headquarters. dispatched the 'gator with a well directed -
was shot when resisting arrest was to the jail by six men. lie was which is now being remodelledto
all of the time, owing to the fire from a shotgun which he I
brought to Orlando this morning, and recognized by several as being a loafer suit the new tenants. Mr. Carter
superior weight and experience of heropponents He saw submarines and torpedo secured from his employer.MAXWELL'S .
may die. The police! and sheriff have around the streets for several days. was formerly with the llelknap Hardware .
nevertheless
she boats
fought very clone! to his ship, but Was
every reason to believe that accomplices Chief Thornhill from Haines City said company, of Louisville, Ky., and
inch of
ground and held
every South lucky enough to lie the ; GOING FAST
of the captured robber are hiding he had a "pal" who got away. As he ern to one touchdown in the first war is just starting escape.and says knows is a thoroughly experienced man at
in Orlando.At was carried along on the stretcher he no one W. the business.! The firm name of the
quarter and one in the third. the suffering! of women and children l'eLaney Way received six Max-
midnight yesterday Chief of moaned frequently and seemed to be wells! new ompany, will 'lie the Carter1)el.anry -
The feature of the game was the until you hate been them at Sanford Friday, left three in
Police Smith and two officers determined lie swathed among Hardware Company, Mr Sins-;
suffering was in band- work of the Kollini cheering section Women the that city, sold' one yesterday to Tom
to discover the marauder who run street oars, stores, rlair l efaney> and Mr. Tarter: having.
ages. which was under the direction of liar.old messenger service, lenkel of Winter 1'ark, "hkhII\ belellvereil
lamp lighters, nnd
has been prowling around residencesIn I active charge of the Iulltle.! . IheSentinel
Hill.\ the least of all the bars, "nubs." I tomorrow, sold his tlentohtrntor -
the last few weeks. As the 12nlAt :: Fashion and fiction magazines forPercmber. or as .. wishes lisp' new company" ,, Huei !-
The to Vowel( and hm
line-up of the two I teams was they are railed l. ]I'\.r: )' one moist; hate Henry two
I t" I, train WAS I pulling into Oilnn- I I Curtis & (Ut.SVal, bunk n!* follows) heir photo taken when they arrive left, Mr. Way has H popular far nndme """".

Ilo! one shut from n tt'\'oht'r was' and Kt.lllns-lluntMiinn, r !Hob Greene, (here of |he bed fur t the money in I heworld.
dentil" on Mouth Hughey street. ntuluntie I ntntionety mush' store .1| tttnl' tniM have It Mntn|>ed 1 by I! '.(.IJ.l'ln i; <'AltFlllitIltitli < ( :
r. K-I, Mrtjuttiters( l I. tf d i Itoilcnbatiiih' he thief of \ ,
!! police 1111,1"t"lt'IUlI' "<"11.lIul.
tuipMI'" belts to yclll "Unit, ) ; < OMIN) <;
r, l.i .I.PWK I, |Id i Mfltiln r. ".1 Hian" He vtmlp''' u",1, says''' I lint he I

'I'Ite oltli-prn, slashed tn I tlit si'plif.. I'W' GERMANS SHOOT WOMEN ion, q.]. I'.i lluUlilnmm, .I. e.I Funk, cat) ue it Hiiywlipip' for 1-lpMiru'tiU'in,, 0) Hand Str r
MmK' Iliitflip cllppt was fl."lt".I.1'11'11 ' CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS rar & duties the, |past
r. h.1! Ktnir, I I. h.1| ( Tlldeti f. h,
AN, "\' hats liliii'p" I'loVf.t" Isis( week have received' and unloaded'. five
Raspy mUlllutetl' IIi left guard tak- 1I.OIIISCi: ( ;
IKOM) iii; :$
shot flied tliK liH'til stir. load. of furniture, etc .Four
"u | ilptiwt -
In (police 1Illhl'lII, Nov. li: The Call Mall more
III.r the place of Mi tlrtltTd, who ItIlW! ;
was I.III1It:1t1':1 MI: inI'AKHlNAfii Jlerlin, via Sayvilln, Nov. 13: After .
Sh'sitly& afterwards \11' a1.utIicl'k :: lillltlft'. Hern 1''ffft''lll/lhl sends car are ruining this weak The great
i shifted.
to left tackle' when Lewis
(/IIILS'I'
, Bishops t'r"IIt1.ftr. If JIU ksonvIU this following; knocked' | out in the third wa ) ; ; sensational| : proceedings lasting five clearing kale U working !like Jt harm

\s, I dy the\ aid' o lW "Jimmy," Ilrl.,1lllftn "At I>arm..ta4t, Germany, recently, quarter days the Merlin court has found that and! U attracting "buyers from a radius -
Ntuth rn-rirfith. c.j; King, r, e.; Last evening Jr. J. II,
wlRlow Ley united! the Christian Scientists who attended of
( one of the in tllrft..r. when, men of 45 and 50 were called to a good many miles All the
WiUon, r. t.: C'rowley' r. Kodgers, In
p.j; marriage MU Frances
Hopon and! the famous Jlutze
of the Guernsey/ hardware. store on thti front, women invaded! the rail actress von Ar- company asks is that "you see them
I I. g.; Gregory, I.I t.; Shannon I I. e.; Thomas LeHoy: Thompson at the nauld. during her last illness
first before
Orange avenue lie then opened all road station and threw themselvesupon are you spend any money.:
C. Fulton b. Fulton, 1 h Methodist
q. ; ; Shinn parsonage. Both of the of homicide.
guilty
windows and! door. in order to l heat a the rails to prevent the train
f. b. Calvert h.
hasty retreat if necessary. He then leaving Officers emptied revolvers ; r. happy young people are prominently The Scientists were sentenced todayto HOARD OF TRADEThe
1 Louis F. Savarese, of Tampa, acted connected in their home town. Lees- six months in prison.
went to the front of the took
store into them killing and
wounding several as referee; C. Pounds, umpire; H. burg where the groom has the
down and attempted to take three agencyfor Board of Trade will meet
tomorrow
apart after which the train proceeded. :
Bounds, field and
judge, A.
Enyart
a popular motor and where
car XOIUS DODGE TRIO
puns; failing in this he took all the head linesman.The night at the usual hour at

valuable pearl handled knives in the I. O. O. F. ANNOUNCEMENTOrlando Southern took he also owns considerable grove prop- the Tourist Headquarters in the Arcade -

store a dozen razors and then went men supper at erty.The The Orlando Auto Supply company building, directly south of the

to the rear of the selected the college commons following the elopement for such it was, was yesterday sold another Dodge touringcar Sentinel office. A large attendance is
store a Lodge No. :20! I. O. O. F. :
and during the meal
suitcase placed his loot in the case will confer the first degree on a large deal game of a great engineered by Sam Shiver, general to Dr. P. Phillips. This makes a urged to be present. Remember the <<

caught the south bound 3:05 A. C. L. class of initiations Monday night at cheering was done by both manager of Dr. Phillips' orange business trio owned by him. Three other hour, place and date.
visitors and hosts. The Rollins eleven
and the
train and alighted at Haines City. their regular meeting. All membersare ceremony was performed Dodges were sold yesterday. Business -
He accompanied their late opponents to in the presence of a numberof in automobile circles and other Mr. and Mrs W. W.
approached Jenkins
a man by the name urged to attend. Visiting Odd the and
station train time
as drew
friends of the
of Taylor, offered to sell a pearl handled Fellows cordially invited. near couple. Mr. and business circles was excellent yesterday Mrs. Jenkins' sister, Mrs. Anna Cole,

4 knife for 35 cents, accepted 25 \V. H. Brokaw, noble grand. 5:50 and the train South for Sutherland.Florida men left on the Mrs. Thompson plan to spend several the city being filled with people arrived in Orlando Friday from Wol-

lays of their honeymoon in Orlando. from many miles around. "ott, N. Y.



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'lllla church extends Uunllal" tiHtulity <".

South Florida SentinelMORNING Vie you interested in the welfare [ to all who come within .Hl SEED BURNING

AND WCCKIV uf your IMIJH- the cooling men' It.,l IoHlr& If you have no church I IIOIIH
. . . .. .. .caiut ,
fnirSN:! HO, hue is a I.rupulliliun| | have to here game and lu "at home with us11'e
W (', ISHIM.: TUN Miditanager ,
make want you to purtiupate in all outreligioUK
Knturwi .! lh. i...Uin.,. ml Orlandu, HorhU shoulil and! (.it-hl l.t'tl! from stnfl''l' are tdling"U
.. tMwnJ I IMU M.ll MalUr \\e (T. II. Phillips, K: O. Duck ervil'cil ullil'uri".1 141'111tiu. and why you buy your jraiik'n our
--- worth, and S. I K.: IMH, Jr.) will undertake The doors are! open every daj through tht column of this paper that \\e burn our old dotenated seed. Testing seed is1'ery :

I VMr HIMISCKIITIUNDalli. .. ... ..... ...ItAHIi.. ......... 1100 to get( nil IMIJH Ittutiii' II mid ((Tome! in und rest und meditate und.' good' thing but burning them makes doubly sure you\ will get fresh good, sound l
D.IIr. I Month.folly ...................... 1,10I IK! of Hire into our Sunday' pray! I eed. Some merchants don't care very much) about their reputation, therefore sell their
I Month .... ........ .. ........ Zk years
Ukily. t Month ...............0 HilmoU und keep heat thtrv-bj' Kev. Edward: T. Poulson, II. D, I old and unreliable ced.

W, ...klf.- 1 Y..r ... .....-..,.-, ...-.-..._...-'"--.00--- making, special lampuign:: for iiuinlivrtdilp pastor.Mr; .Samuel A. Newell: , superintendent !I I1 ,: Italian' Rye Seed, II).--____________12 l.' c

ALL SUIIMCXIPTIONN PAYABLJC IN of the school Mr ito. i'i'W. lb.------1'bile :
ADVANCE Mr. I luck worth' ha* a class of bojxin Sunday ; .____ ;
lees in director of the choir Mr; I
church Mr Philips
TO ADVLKTIHKKdi: the Methodist ; ; Cabbage Seed, ll>.___-________$150 to $2.50Dwarf :
thc Presbyterian, und Mr Phillips in William S. Brunch! Jr.. organist,
Hssex Kape, Ib.------- ____lOc
O" for U,Uy and til .tfc.r n.n4.Ml the Baptist Suiul school. Sunday school hour, 9:13: ; to 10:13: & I
....r'I.I". .... be h.adds .t th, k..ln.u.fflc y Turnips SeedsIb.--------------110c]l to f 0e
.l Ik* Sentinel l not.Ul.r t.>.. 1 p. w.lb. We have organutd an athletic club u. m.Public.
.. English Peas, (jt. __ __ tir; c
... . ThU rut .ppllto nn nn n n n
d.f ( r puMirallMi. I which worbhip the auditorium at
I
chi<(.. f.r .....".ct .de.rtl.lasl It li tl/lOlliuve tented a room we piuIHJKC in Sun rio\wr Seed Ib.__________________lOc
UttrtakU .nd will k. itrlctly t4li ra ... to fit up fur a gymnasium, which 11 u. m. and 7.:JO p. in., with the! !'alO'l (Florida grown)

Subscriber" d..lrln Th tivnlinvl dlkcon- will bv under the direction of Mr.ijrecne : tor in the pulpit. I IU.
Clnuvd should notify th. olfle In writing on physical director of Kollin.s, Y. 1'. U. meeting at (liao:: p. in. I

ontlnurd th* date of at spirktion.UM regular. othvrwU.re'4.nIP'IoD' It will rata.b.. who will drill the boys every Thurs- ;Miss Claudia DeLancj, president We carry all kinds of flower bulbs in stock, give us a call.TT" !.
until notice to stop u All people of the diy have a I
TU,h.n. N..b"r ..,.... .,............. 14 day night. young
We will have an exhibition of our special: invitation to attend the popu- : i. T" J> E.../ iJL>sl'Tlio
SUNI.11': M\KMItK: : II. 1913.: work about the first of the year, when lar Sunday evenng sef\'ice.
-- -- will be given Note Next week will be known as I
you us: a subscriber :: a :- .
I Weed Mini"PROPRIETOR
l Jruafl"1
And now Georgia i M going dry. free ticket and asked to come, pass "Homecoming'eek" for the church:
o judgment as to whether or not jour I and all friends and the first ser\'i'e'

Yes, this is Sunday. Go to church money has been put to a good advantage will be held on Tuesday evening!. November -
and pray for peace. 16, at 7:30 o'clock. Dr T. F. CITY DRUG STOREORLANDO

-0- \\e will have a basket ball team, Hendon, efficiency secretary for Florida ,

Laugh and the world laughs with I baseball nine, etc., in each class and will be with us in these meetings FLORIDA

you; knock and you knock alone. have contests with each other. We All members and friends are urged to
-0- will have lectures from time to timeon unite in making this a great week in _.. __ -cr ,

Have you done jour Christmas topics that will interest and instruct the history of the church A part of ,

shopping earlj'-for the destitute lays, and also a union summer the church roll will be called each OI'I'OITl'\ITY: TO IIPIP ,v GOOD Pansy Plants Rose;
D camp, etc night. Let every member be presentto C.H'SE ;

. Some of those censors are awfulliars The rules and regulations will incorporate respond. On Tuesday night November Bushes Petunia I CLINT BASS
Each 1C all names in A, B, C, and ,
or else they have a sense of these two rules: (1)) The lake Dot Union Sunday school
humor. boy must join one of the three classes D will be called. Don't miss any of will commence work on their new Plants PHONE 375
be added later) these services, they will be full of interest -
------0---- (other classes may ; chapel next Tuesday morning November West Jefferson Street

Cheer up-it's a long ways till Jan- (2) lie must attend Sunday school at and inspiration. 16. The lumber is on the ground. Leave your orders here Successor to
uary first and besides resolutions are least three Sundays out of the month -0C.TIIOLIC- Any carpenter or day laborer who is

falling into disuse.It unless he has an excuse from his par CIIIKCII willing to donate a day or more in Hand WoodCompany

o Twenty-fifth Sunday after Pentecost helping a good cause along,: their help

is hoped that the bridge which ents.Now we want to make it as reason 'will be appreciated. Dinner will be Jiolel e} Dell Florist. I Wood of All Kinds

connects the Country Club with Orlando able (financially) for the boys so all Sunday school. 9am. furnished to the workmen by the la- i I

will soon be repaired.If l boys rich or poor can join; so let, us Mass and sermon 10 a. m. dies. PROMPT SRRMCKRKASOXAttLK
o have jour subscription for three Rosary and Benediction, 7:30 p. m. J. M. CARUTHERS i PRICE

you haen't time to go to church months. At the end of three monthswe Mass: daily during the week, G.30 i MU SALE Phone 509. 408 South Lake St i

today pick up the good Bible and read will render you an account showing a. m.
Romans 12. You'll feel better and be :: where and how the money has Explanation of what the Catholic Cauliflower, Celery and Lettuce Plants
better. been expended and if you are satisfied church teaches Tuesday, 743: p. m. : I have thousands of choice plants

-- we will call on you to duplicatethe All welcome. I, for sale and ready now. j i
cauliflower
ev'nty-five thousand
It is going to take quite a while to subscription; if you are not sat- plants

forget and forgive the two Woods- isfied we will say no more. \\'.\\TLD: -C.OODP\tKLKS.OOD: Twentj-five thousand celery plants. !
\\Adhfe PMD. .\DDHhSS HUff One hundred thousand lettuce plants. 55c FREE 55cBring
and F. A. of
Clarence E., of Eustis, ,
M\hUS CITUlfc GROWERS \SS'\: Address, U, C. POST Sanford, Fla.
St. Petersburg.The A PAIK OF SIXES I 11-14 3tc 11-12-12tc U. F. D. No 2

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week ended has been a gloriousone "A Pair of Sixes" which comes to in the green card and 45c and get a DOLLAR

for Orlando-two conventions, the the Lucerne theatre Saturday night FOR SALE! BOTTLE OF OLD INDIAN LIVER
State W. C. T. U. Convention and the November 20, tells the funniest story

South Florida Chamber of Commerce. imaginable, and it must be seen to be Mjr residence corner north Orange | second floor. Lot 154 feet front on AND KIDNEY TONIC V
o appreciated. Never in the annals of and Robinson avenues containing I Orange avenue. Grounds attractively
It is a long way from Berlin to comedy has action and dialogue so Library, Reception Room, Den, Sew I arranged, and sprayed by underground I Sale begins Thursday, lasts 10 days
Dining Room, Kitchen, sjstem
Room
The Austro-German forces completely satisfied as in "A Pair of ing ,
Egypt Pantry, Grocery Room Lavatory, all j Large garage and log,: cabin plaj- ,
must first open a way to Constanti- Sixes;" indeed so close is their rela- on first floor with bath and a leep- !' house, etc. Will sell furnished or un- Money refunded if not:: as represented.

nople and keep it open before thsi tion that the witty repartee and clever ing,: apartment with eleven windows I, furnished.and 11-7-lm I
dream of a march to the land of the .satire have the appearance of spontanietj seven closets and storage room on I ,

pyramids becomes an actual realiza- ', so quick-fire is it. Alan Dale,
tion. Napoleon, it will be remem- the most blase and hardest to please : CHARLES P. DOW \ Lucerne Pharmacy

bered, marched to Warsaw and Moscow I of New York critics, especially wliert
but he came back. it comes to farce, which he usually! ; Phone No. 2 Orlando, Fla.

-0-- greets with a yawn, turned his yawning -
world. to laughter and said that 'A
This is a funny, funny i
Young boys want a good job handedto Pair of Sixes' went with such a bang
that he was compelled to Hot Shot for Buyers!
them on a silver platter; there are and a roar
too many people in the world who are laugh:: whether or no." No audiencewas I

willing to accept honor which shouldgo jet discovered who are able to 120 acres (stock land) close by, per acre__------____--__$1500 I

to the other fellow; there are a control their risibilities while watch- 80 acres on lake, per acre__--_--__-_. _-..._--__--_--___$2000 Meat Market Inc.
number of people who know how ing the two partners try to beat each Lot close to and overlooking LUl'ernennn___ __-._-_.$115000 I, Yancey ,

other businesses should conduct their other at every turn the English,: maid Several Lots north of Lake Eola------__--__--__--__--$25000: : FULLY PAID UP
affairs; and then Mr. K. :-l. Ocker is of all work make love to the gentle- Our Motto this year is "Bargains Only For Our Bujers." Leave
still with us. manly butler the red headed office the terms to meOrlando T. A. YANCEY. Jr.. Pres and Mgr.

-0- boy and the pert stenographer,, the. I i ORLANDO. FLORIDA .

VALUE orORLANDO'S LAKES. troubles tween two of fires the,chief the horror clerk who of the is te-I Real Estate Co. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

Several delegates to the recent' tem butler when discovered in Florida and Western Meats
meeting of the South Florida Cham- menial position bj his fiance, and E. B. BRADLEY

ber of Commerce were so well and hysterics suffered by the wife of one WATKIXS BLOCK PHONE 301 Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
Orlando when she discovers the seem- I
favorably impressed with partner I Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order
that they remained here for several ing infidelity of her husband.. I
/ Business 135 P. O. BOX aa6
dajs One of the men who had trav- ., PHONES \ Residence 33 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
elled all over the United States remarked THE \\OUmrS :NEW SERIAL I
TO ST.\IT KIIV\, \O\ 19. i
that one of the things which
p
greatly impressed him was the attractiveness "THE DIAMOND: FROM THE SKY" :
of Orlando's, pretty The new $M)0,000) "Hjmg A" photoplay iI

lakes. In most places he aid, the produced by the American withan I
,
Film Manufacturing company FERTILIZERFresh The :hI.Iarket:
lakes were filled with water lilies, the all star eat;; will show at theFavorite
banks were allowed to harbor weeds, theatre November I'J I
old tree stumps and rubbish. The follows The synopsis of Chapter I. is as shipment PULVERIZED SHEEP :MANURE I OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

park commission has done much for Prologue: : In 108\; Sir Arthur ; OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Orlando and can do more in the future Stanley is banished;; from England,: just in. Best for Ferns Lawns Flowers and Gardens.Get ; FRESH AND SALT MEATS
providing the necessary supportis He comes to Virginia,: to live where ,
the and the 1 his gallantries to an Indian maid yours now.Orlando. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
given them bj city
peopleI5EMTIM. place his life.him The in great,:Indians peril.capture lie flees and for tie Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

-0--- him to a stake: The torture fires are and pure.
OKLVMHITI : ). lit, when a blazing meteor streaksacross We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
the sky and falls a few yards Seed & Produce Co.
>\' :U l'\UK IIIGIIW.\Y. distant. The savages are terrified everything in the Meat Line.
The Orlando-\\'inter Park highway believe the meteor to l he an
They
could easily be made the talk of the omen of displeasure from the "Great 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166 H. M. Self & C<>.

state if not the South. Beautify their spirit"panko Stanley lie takes frees himself advantage from of PHONE M. 80 PINE STREET I II
either side of the highway, first, then the stake and declares himself a supernatural J |
install that much talked of system of beins A huge diamond is
electric lights which we are informed found in the heart of the"meteor'The .
Diamond From the Skv as it is
could be realized for about $500;; per
: known becomes a Stanley heirloom 111111111111 ( , , , I
)'ear. It would l>e a comparatively $10000 in cash will be given:: to the
matter for the Boards of Trade who submits the most acceptable t :
simple person
of Winter I'ark and Orlando, and thenic suggestion,: for a sequel" to The h QUESTION : If You Do Not Befeve;

of the two townsto Diamond From the skj Do you use Native Crab I
organizations ,
1-( tI
work towards the I It' Grass or Beggar Weed
begin active Fred I). Dale rented his furnished I [
beautification of this highway by house ;510 Anderson street, yesterday and Pea Vine Haj: that the Chalmers has power like a locomotive and rides

planting trees shrub, flower and to )Ir. Edgerton:: for the winter. This, i ., A\e have some that" ...wash like a parlor car, just call for a demonstration at 14 E.
It wouldn't be long until the savpH in s IS
plants will be the third season forMr. Edper v gooa 'u-r- -- t '
entire highway would be a natural ton in this house:: which speaks well } bright and sweet baled I Church street, or phone 223.

beauty spot. At night with a stringof for the propertj. ;; in medium sized bales, 70 I II
electric lights from one town to \ to 100 pounds and we j I I

the other what more could a person TO THE Pt'BLIC: ; tF\ will be pleased to show
desire. it to you and quote you :
Sunday chicken dinner at MrsDwicht's V the pricees" and ell it CUALMERS MOTOR CAR CO.
November
Room
of Mrs. Bernice : Home Dining,: s
The funerasenices 14th, from 1.J IT to 2 o'clock\ Try rtltu-.uetteAICC to )'ou.
F. Jones wife of Paul R Jones r'enuineew England cooking,: 101
of \\indermere. were conducted at North Orange avenue 1 l-ll-l-Iltc' The Co-Operative Produce Co. Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

their residence Friday at 11 a. m., the
FOR A SECOND lIAXDIAX: 14 EAST CHURCH STREET. PHONE 223.THE .
Uev E. Lee Smith, moderator of the $200 WELL Bargain for some one W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447 .I
\Vekiwa Baptist Association, otTiciat- Uajnes-Hupmobile Salesroom.
ing. 11-14.Itc " I M M M M M M 11 i 1111 1111111 'L"I.



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It OverSuppose II I -p;I IIA I Poem For The Day j jON South bered. Carolina There are 70 from ISO children Georgia,from and

An Incident of the 27 from Florida. The rest came from
there four I
are mem- BEING DISCOI R.U.ED: even other states.Contributions axwet I

bers in your fami1 '. At present Chicago Fire I 'I should be sent to :

prices can you buy chickens, Tired and discouraged, alone with my > Thornwell Orphanage, Clinton, S. C.

prepare them and serve with I thoughts 'Checks and post-office orders shouldbe I
And all it seemed had gone wrong. ] sent
to the ''
vegetables, bread and butter, I Br ,ICHN: TURNLEE Weary and alone at the end of the I same address. 'The Wonder Cara

day.Scorned,
desert, tea, ice tea or coffee for
The Tribune
by the quick passing i i acknowledges the re-
I
one dollar-25 cents each. Kimball Kurmu:;ha came vf age in f throng. I j i ceipt of a clever little booklet eneti- !

The answer for a family offlat the autumn uf 1&71 His birthday occurred From the church down the street j' tied "Why Thriving Orlando Should i iiI
the *'
uu size or a trifle larger or a aud lieielebraJeil pealed the Angelus soft, Appeal to You." It is issued by the
the tent by glring a iolIt'r. And then came the faint 'Orlando Board of Trade
trifle smaller is NO. organs and gives, in _
: I was prcM-nt and have occasion roll -
j i succinct form attractive ___
facts about
Yet the Model will serve a to reineiulier the date ptrfetly.. The Bearing a message glorious and sweet, ,the _______
city.
Mb of Oetolier that year fell on Sunday Saying, "Peace be to thy soul." Special publicity is given
dinner of that kind for 25; cents
the
Five
County Fair
to be held
How I happen| ( to remember thl.. in
each. It is the number served will appear 11'4 I pnnved with my sto I listened, and it seemed my troubles February.-Tampa Tribune.Don'tForget.
all ceased
that makes it possible. ry. Two other t-trnts 'in Hurroughs' And I felt the,sweet power of God's
MORAL It i is cheaper to eat llfp wr rrh l -l r.itfd nt that dinner It love -
ails 11 r.invll to Ins IM.-litl lor friends: Who gave His Son's life to the -h-! "
open
at the Model than to stay at fur tie uas. lo lit muiricd the n..xf way, : : '

home. eyetittlg.; and) .he <-:IIIIt:' Into |>o.vessloiiof And help us to join Him abo\e.

Our 23; cent meals and 15 cent $TiiJii.Uiii. lrn.-t-,,i in negotiable securities
So (courage my brother when you're One-Man Mohair Top

specials should appeal to those Til.- autumn of v7l' I n.-I"pry, dr\ \ downcast and sad, I iE
Remember how it saith in the Word
desiring something substantialat !season i'liiiiign. til' cite in ivliubv "n The new Maxwell Is equipped with a ono
"On
me cast burdens
and I'llgive I II
your ,
\ .-re li\ii's. had rsi|>.*'.i..II..1 a >eel..,.. man real mohair It be raised
moderate you rest, top. can or low
a price. i
of tires \\'hil."I'.r... .hti'"!i tirnn. These
are the words of our Lord. I j Us ered almost in an instant, by one
Oysters fresh every day. crnieirnt -LIt121tt.: ti\. :iMf-.mtly I WALKYNN.TIl.IN6 I : person.
Liftingiirt.iin <>t a "..,.I ,nI"l \\. I II II I There bows
are no top near the driver's seat.This .
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT ".i W a t.:r"If tfllttu .'-'r.. In |Ire* I ll>: ian I' : S
.. Gln\(; DAY AND when in i
t"iir rte"\ i I > TilE r the
ii n< ii-n i i-rt tli- I IOIWIl.X =_; gives driver and passenger beside =
diniici '..1.... .11.i| s"i..- -.tI' in WtllI.i .->- him unobstructed a
.. .. need ofJOH : an view on both sides of
lie Ir
i uitujiliu f tlwr. .it < 'lIi.u t n-
Ihtrn.n: UHIIII:: <|Ii I u.' The Model Cafe :ll I., f I:.If II '.1 u..' ti'l hI" IMIIIH. lb.hnne . President Wilson has appointed Xo\ : : The

I .>J li-. :; "!...1' illtl MM" l-tlim-ll ;sass nth; as the National Thanksgiving storm curtains are quick-adjustable. s

in It:.\... .. >i 'm.rrtril in were all i.I Day. It has been our annual custom We are waiting to take you for a

-I citlici in r.inn <'jf''i in niMIU: "n.u on that day or the Sabbath following, PRINTINGSatisfaction test ride in the that i ii
TWIT HU O:>n HOUSE .sVLE tr'>iiliMl| l-i:'-,."?lt. ".....1 \\.i" :i fear i i to ; car has broken b
remember
the orphans. We :
I tli.it hi xtt.ris: wi:.iiI hut luxii de ; hope all low "First-Gist" records, and is
The houses I sale i that every reader of these lines i :
two have for at rtrosed. 1 IIHJtie in the Limping: oi l will breaking all low "After.Cost"records.
the price cr one are located on lot 7fc I Mgiurdi.in: ami ht. ini.irdi.inva gladly do so. You have a wonderful |
!
foot fiont, facing cast, with a depth : ., amount to l 118
nrnonir tI. who \pntnl!' sfnir nfteitlif grateful for. Put i I +
your rf*
of !>*:> f"et. number JOO) :Magnolia QacAbnAMiairTSp f FBrtrictorterDcmmtMeftms
avenue, between Livingston and Amelia tin IH'ii-1 1 hail! wltlsltil! its hanger gratitude to the proof. Send to the I
.
1 h.section of splendid homes A ",''"' ti- the Millie ha.] ..<...11"\1) ] I IVirnuiclii Orphanage of jour church jour thank- I Guaranteed R frctricliglls =1

with grand old oaks arching the IK-UMII it .I1'.h' fur his fortuneIt ()Irerin Piesbjtc'ian' people in Florila |

street" The*.modern 2 story house has j nut not toiiinl. nt the safety' den Georgia; and South Cutolma will I Our rein l VishnWindshield tlrinc[,lptift'r
: o |151511 "? "|1'.111\- trhrrp his law)i-r. Sam Pricesare I '
first tlooi: (pallor, living room, dining not 1'lIulhl.t'. li.i.) ...,.1.| nlitabte. Thi* U'inenil'cr' that they ale united In i.'tp- j
riHitn. kitchen 'pantry, toilet titul 'lav.ntory. ofthf into liiiil ""III.It..l final I tin- I porting the Thornwi'll Orphanage, ,_o D CETf1oIT t trg
large living porch on the f"ontI1n.1 fourth Mrof the building lunl) evrdliliitt : riinton 1. (*., which Is the proPrtty reason- I H t t
",.11'. lttlkl..1| liar |Ilntl'h. \
,' I In lunl, InirtuMl, of these
It Ufti S.UUNN. The
|pia rhitdim nil
On the mxHiiiil floor ntp :'I J lark* nrr
elrt'pinir" 1'01'inn, nch tutting. rniun'li'il iler .ri..">". Ian 1111'1.1"111" Itlk,-" to I orpluuii. fume tlitro ,htinduul. in utim- bale. I / rtl:G..r
(ttVfttnri/ i piped for hot illld coldtitrc Ut'lll""T ll\| 'tll rrl| ItllllOlUllN tllllt III* l beep Inert ttto 17 C'1I1I1Ij.( homes" II I
II
\\' 'Ilirit1 I in III..., nn rxtrn, large li'i'lf' \ \ ni. fniiiiin'' for llu mi'iirlili'4 i-iirh I
umiplcil by MUMP' I lf, tu :2"rliil! I
"ivt'MHl" 'tn ulrrplrlg| !' |'",nhilli room% \\.'tim>t of IIi,- ivuMcKit kind but Intln'liiiliifV
""ninth rut the \\..huh'. rll III II\,'. 'I IIP of (i Inuikiioiitl. tiny roll lit'.'". with/ u J b.ssl! | nxillifily ui.mtin in "Quality" Our ,
bath l hi liugfi 'light teal! ; chtu'trt'. Thti thil.lien" I'I
iiM.iit
,
airy If ln M>f'i\"<1 M.I l tiny. ut tile Inlu'rltiiiKf HU+ ifirulitily! in ,
iil '<> nmiiivM tUtuiPri, allnesletiiau.1.1IIullllnr lu "read& il.i MI only uflur it l I..nu, ,prmt whiHil' for forty \\t-<'"* mh. jt-jir% itnd! i t

,The House i ill newly I 'pulntiMl, and| |1'14' .4AM are taught!. MHIIV tnuk or occupation, j Motto
iK'ietl I throughout& fclui.W tilt hUIt!:. 1 It MMHI KM" IliirnniulixMI4, nuH'tnrnl I l>y which they ciui Burn tn honest :Ii i I "
U of IliU li.' Mflit. lo hiss thutses'ti\ unit offrriMt i i '
wired
for electric
light& tlxtmen living.! Usually they leave the homo II I ut r udiraAlnut'llli'rl d' _
installed! ,1)0 connected, with fas. In tu r.*!ii<.aH < her Sin' wept. mi I liiioiiiif
the
nt of 111(!
age to IS, unless
an earlier j
fact you will find every eunveniencnecessary e <| an) touttl' that the could rev I
for home comfort. If youdo tr 'lute nay one elM*. but did not triveany discharge js found advisable. Their i 11'
not care to use the entire house dflmite aner tu hilt offer. Hut I support dependupon gifts of good II IeLANEY w.ty

the location, so near "Wyoming," when a iiiontli, had |>assf! .l and her men and women. Especially: at Th::nkhgiving -
insures rentals of rooms at 10\-1
spare
er uu har.ro..st..1' | fur money to times, they ought to be
.
extra good prices. Always in tle- remt'm-I .
his I liunittlMti* exiwiiM-s she turned I
if
man.t' you care to rent the entire -
"nou e and occupy during the him d.! lt II."t' who had) attended our
tourist season the 3 room cottage on fn.-ud' iiacti.-lor dinner felt that hod I -- I ,
the premises in the rear you would hail made I. n.irrou eS<'Ilpe. Miss HtUerlin FORAGE GROCERY ----
derive a rental by which the property ;:r. the lady.' in question had in her I CO.
could be made to pay itself out. onn riu'fit: voinethin like J3):: ,O. ThU : :
There is a barn, and chicken WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
garage
gave her .in liieome of but Sl.OUO a'' i AB..COOKXCOMPANYA(
: house etc Fruits of various
year mid she ntt-Ued much more than'that : Telephone 638. 21 W. :
kinds. everything right up to now and Church St.
just a little above the ordinary in i to enable tier to keep up her posltioii 1
iu CHRIST BUILDING : ORLANDO 'U'AS
society
many does ways.It not require much ready One dope al..>ut three months after Saturday and All Next Week

money a small cash payment from the fire I met Burroughs on the street.Ile .
responsible parties will secure the an' >routied. me with a radiant -- AGENTS, we invest money safely for our

property.The lru n"' : tire. customers
their real and
price is $G. OO. A 21 Ibs. Good Pastry Flour for. ; manage personal
bargain at "Y..u'"I' found your fortune" I said.Give .85c: Extra Fancy Head Rice, sack .$6.25
that figure. ".:n 'xaaiu.; ." 12 Ibs. Good Pastry Flour for . .45c; property; look after their taxes and other obliga-
E. C. -OU G. Lard 60 lb. tub . . . . . . . $5.90
REAL it up" 21 Ibs Snow Hobby Flour for . .$1.00 tions collecting rentals interest and dividends.
ESTATE, Lard, 50 lb. tins . . . ,
Room 10. McXeill & Uais Block. "I l'v trot u new swettheart. 24 ibs. Gold Medal Flour for..90c . . .$;).10

10-24-tfc "lou He l.ri.-llv ilon t told mean me ft."how a girl who ,I Corn Flakes, 4 packages for. . ..2eI ; White Bacon Side, per Ib . . 13!/iC .j i INCOME INVESTMENTS, Mortgages and Bonds

- -- -- --- -- bid n.t.r\ I.1:11 IULU laid ben grievedat I Cream of Wh.eat. per package . lie Good Pastry Flour, 93 lb. sack .$3.40

hs: t-.1, a.e:nent w itb :Miss Ether ,I Asparagus Tips Libbjs . . . . ._.Je 'Piilsburj's Flour 9S lb. sack .$3.70 I: !

Add To The Appearance !HII;": and laid otixeiited to take bins i I Maple Syrup quarts . . . . . ..38eI ]I ill:bury Flour, Bakers, 98 Ib. sk $3.60 j

witfi Lis 1r'ery. I congratulated: himheartily. I Table Peaches 3 lb. cans ofr . .13c: Snow's Hobby Flour 9S lb. sack.$3.80 j j BUILDING MATERIALS

nail ail parttd each about his j I Peaches, Host-dale, 3 lb. can for .ISc !Snow's Hobby Flour 98 lb. wood $1.0Ohliik

own ::tT.t iN. liiirroushs: ;: new loveaMiss !I I Salmon, tall, pink, per can . . l.>ci Flour 98 lb. sack . . . .$4.00 1 I AND CONSTRUCTION

and value of your home by put- mouse'ri.lile-was and I feared|Kx' that>r as since a church Kirn i,i Tuna Fish, per can . .'. . . . lOc 'Gold Medal Flour, 9$ lb. sack. .$3....) I I'

ting down good concrete side- I haU| had iHt-n brought l up to expect afornu.e ''Ralston Breakfast Food . . . . lie While Oats, 100 Ib. sacks . . .$1.80 :
'Good Ground Coffee Best Corn, 100 Ib. sacks . .
walks. 'they would have a bard life. per pound .13c .$1.80
\\e acre nil very l.u-y after tbe Oil j jIH'O Arbuckles Coffee, per pound . .11e 'Green Cross Sweet Feed . . . .$1.90 \Ve can save you time, money and worry on your

Our workmen are mechanics fir... and I acv nothiu: of Uur I Fancy Dried Peaches. per pound .10c Success Sweet Feed . . . . .$1.73; building operations. Our clients are satisfied.

with experience and ability.All roughs; fur M>uie t.tue On returning Fancy Prunes, per pound . . . lOc Tuxedo Chops . . . . . . . .$2.05 :
,
ir uu n ini-ie trip t found on myd'a Fancy Evaporated .Apricots .lb. .16c 1 Pure Wheat Bran . . . . . .$1.;;; .mI- ava. -- -
:U intitatiou from him -
II for -
work guaranteed to be :IM..b.!..r dinner previous to another his Raisins: Seeded, per package . lOc :< 'Pure Wheat Shorts . . . . .$1.73; -
first-class and | Currants Seeded, package . .lOc 'Bright Cotton Seed Meal "!' sk "
satisfactory.Call marriage UH'I!' :Mi-s TI-dah'. to l>e jnv j per $2.00 '
I eu at tl.e iiir-l 'xp'n"i"l'| hotel in tbe J, Walter Baker's Chocolate !z lb. .20c: 'Feed. Cotton Seed Meal, / ..k.SI.GO : "

and get our low figures on < ity. i ,bas tau busy during the day Pet Cream, Baby size, 4 cans for. .13c; j j-Meat Scraps sack . . . . .$3.83:

all classes of concrete work. to It one :ntlnii further about hisa2.Imil t! Pet Cream, tall per can . . . . 8c I 'I'oultrGrits, per sack . . . .$1.00I AT LUCERNE THEATRE

.: ueit to the dinner with I!In. Corn 3 cans for . . . . . . . 23c; I Ij Stock and Poultry Powder, pkg .20c ,I

.> kiiouledie; stated! The of them Bursts: except were( all what fceat IUae j I' Peas, 3 cans for . . . . . . . 23c; |I 'LENOX SOAP, 8 for..2.i; :i i J Matinee and Night Sat. Nov. 20

ORLANDO CONCRETE ,.
WORKS : ;.;n- -t
lie b.-< Ui-iieii me tu vacant seat be- I' Vegetables for Soup, can . . . 3c 'Sugar, per Ib..c ,
I'
:Manufacturers of Concrete I I sitle mm. tint sini-e lie was standing 1! Tomatoes 2 lb. can for . . . . . Sc
1'ioducts with II c..1"- el aloe' in his HJU'i. as it 3 Ib. cans . . . . . . . . .llc Lemon' snap7.uzu crackers and :

aiMtut tu gi'c :i ''.a-G 1 leiuaiueUstnud i iln4 j 1 Ib.I can . . . . . . . . . ..">c all 5c packages National Biscuit _

-107 Long St. Phone 19;:) : .iud "'v'Slier heed': my jzla.:s. It !'1' Peacock Syrup, gal . . . . . 60c I Co.'s crakers, 6 for . . . . 25c;
was to\'j.I'I. h".1II li'irnmshs': mllln..r'ulld ,
- that! ot nt' cm-s.: ;> that something : Peacock Syrup, half gallon . . 30c VII lOc size National BicuitCo.'s '

lmi!>url;tut n.ito IKan::. lna'l9L ( Peacock syrup, 3 cans for . . .2.!::;c crackers. 3 for.a: c' ONE I'JUCES

: "11." friends:' lie s.ild.t "perhaps' Some ;: \Vaslunu Powder 7 packages for ..23cI ;3: rakes toilet soap . . . . . . .lOe
SIILID
Convinced ..r \"'I ",."" -t.-t 'i' rd! of in\ ;:."..1| frt i I, Dutch Cleaner per can . . . .i Sc I I Ii 'Octagon[ soap (each . . . . . . ..Ulgallons , A MATINEE

I 'in*. so I will '11.form )'I'll. Ki-'eLtlx |i Salt, 100 lb. sack . . . . . . . GOc i i :5 coal oli. . . . . . . . .fide i 1'E.11 R lac

"Y 's, said the sncciaust, as he tie. ilcl'ris' u-tt toy the tire has lieetiv.eanil ,. Water round; Meal, sack . . .1.90,1 100 cakes Lenox soap. . . . . .$3.00 '' I N
for I :
aWIIY H uiUliiu to be TO
crestd
stood by "the sick contractor, "i can ou I-i Sane strtt-t. I'ndtT the ruin.- hulled Meal, sack . . . . . .$2.00 i( :2 bottles lOc. t't ract, any kind. . l.;>cKKAI NE11'

cure \ou. vafoiiinl .1 ...1''... the contents ot Grits, sack . . . . . . . . . .$2.00 11 ) OUJ) )IIUTU EVEUDAY $1.01.
"What will it cost. asked the sick
man aintly %% lll'-ll! were in (jH-ife t-wnditioiv One Gt>od Head Rice, sack . . . . .$5.50; [ IX THE SENTINEL nmK NIGHT
Xinety-nve; dollars:' "MI i.die ul IKIIH-IX turned out to tIC ruy TlllmE
'You will\ have to shade your pricea "'eviiritieTht '!7- e 23clllLllf't' ;

ht le," replied the contractor. "Igot 1 leroaln- ..f a matt were cNcov- S , TOT
.1 better hid from the undertaker." crud nl-o and iilentitiiil as those of my I IAN "
The -specialist *ood pat on his price Cuardiail. >.IIIIIIIM Coollilge He had' ACTS .\ 1 $I. OlXTY

and rompetitlfc. got the job. Joiibtle-s rpnn \.tl the content of his ORLANDO ROOFING o
U. r -pecialist.s in our line of tirui' IMIS from tinsafety depositvaults SEATS
work and mitary conditions prevail. j YALE .i
It will} pay you to stay on the safe mid r7iriiit iiiein out into the | [ I ON SALE
side stn,'!. l'n'en i h j the tire Into another .t ':i:':!:E ''
tiulldiiii.-" : tiit>ortunU.v SHEET METAL f WEDNESDAY
I' CO .\ S:
t<> |l"lt them I1.tu a :,f... t-ut. penned>i EW

Orlando by flame*. "-:1" ana blr to exipe."I I YOnKC.ST I > AT
pn't ntin- iiH-ni..ry. :standing and I
I in stle114-e." Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos j' ( ESTES

Steam Laundry It t* quite lik.-ly flit there weremanv ;, I 'f)-'.P'.r1. 'P- I DRUGI'1(3UCC'sitN :

other .: ot devotion to duty and Rubber Roofings : + r -" STOREThink
FRENCH DRY CLEANF-RS I donna that pamlenioiiium the heroes
and the "enIt ot which %%ere buried I
LAUNDERERS PHONE under the. nun- not to t e exhumed CornicesSklights..Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings ,

83 Burroughs: and his wife their children I T TT
I
and their grandchildren :
are living.
t
Works: 14 E. Church St. _
ORLANDO
a and united
happy family. Miss! Eth 1
Subscribe I fiUn died a disappointed old mold.
for the morning Sentinel, :1 1 l
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ITEMS FROM URENNEN STATION1)rennen ALTAMONTE SPRINTS

H R. BERRY The Voice Of i

Fla., Nov 12.--Mr. Frank Altamonte Spring! Fla. ='O1.

:. Channon, of Vineland, New Jersey of Ea. Grt'enw'h.1
:
,1- Mr. T. A. Briggs
recently sold his home on Lake !_ The People R. I.. has been down looking after his I

Gatlin, to Druggist Eftes of Orlando .beautiful place "The Terrace" 1\11.11 n

line of Ford Accesnorles I hm puirha.ofd! three<< lots on Gatlin his lie recently' hn l
A complete orange grove. < *
I'I
n\enue facing Luke Jennie Jewel and Orlando, Kla., Nov. r., lain. one thousand root of purple in f

; n jtnlf of expert mechanics will erect it .bungalow in the near fu I Editor: Sentinel: ,- The only feasible) planted, | on his! lake front I
I and practicable defense plan for the
I
render untlsfnctlon In nil ture.Mr. | llev. nnd ;Mm. Iturr were In Orlando'
1 to '
and United !States; that would' lie
; and 1I; re. Ik-it Humphries uppliritMi :, ntteiulinK the "tnW\ C. Tt.. mret-"
lines of Automobile Repair funnily, of California, I'..., have ielutiieil to our ('oll"'ItUlIItl.1' \ our m- Intr fOIl Wednpcday., It I.l with\ mart
I 'to Uu-lr dome, on Pine Lich for nit ernble. eland' 'that ''hi"! nut\Ion ultnll ; ,
that' ,theoe filetuU I
|i thttt we 'lenrn! ' arehot
mid
Oil .
Work* Vulcanizing the t winter. Mr. Humphries U the hot' !I.. n inllltiiry imp, l III to dn 'If II III." .
to( IIP wllli 1111 duihikf\ the winter, .
null fnlr and pitcher fur the noted\ rhli'ngo t'ult... of hillitht nf one million\ men, 1"'llIlr. i ,,
flnsollw, mjunre lull' wilt lra\e' November, In ,lit *|1'I't,1i |
,the Nntlonnt Leneue. I Illtf,, Pill It chile' i III+ fuillllt ltd quoin| | lit/ i 'the winter 'In Winter, I'nik.

prices' Mr. ,nnd, l .Mis.I, 1'41'' ienrer 11,1.1"1"h" ,,, IIIPII m'l'niilliitf! 'In |MIIIIIIIII| | '(Ibp| < Ml III. 1.1'11t""fllI Intil an her! m'fI'11' \

... hni.P' Nor ,p"I'"II) IlpfI'p,1\' ,I ("I1IUI0' M" Into' llrtllillitf I'lthip. t>iitItpir REO 1916
nit aiilti' I tilt t | Mr, hhil l Mi*> Au fii' lliiTntenit
HUlloii( \ fur U "I'lwh (t\\11 niiihilt, .,
by tie Ml' hieliiieli ale' 1'1'1'11I'.ltl > JIM" "* and Mr" llnleht. Ihe)1 tent-
l ( ,lie home+ of Mr Mini M I'fI, 'I tI" inltlllmnpM I to I>,p I"1'IIIIII.p,1| ,, l fmIhe i
I-I'I\I I | ,
Years
For Nine 'liifeil ,In o..itlft11I1t1 i if
t'lliB'' eMeiitp, +| ,,l lime they, \\11111.11'$1 l iota' $\\I, IIIIII. r. 0 II, Hiher Springs| .il\ l (l litln" \lllp, Whilt
('apt.'' tol, l i1> Itanium, Mr rh,iilau pelted tn |leis' \P ttir1If", l I.>y itl1 ml'li- I ,
TaveuiifUf.t
in //chit l Mr and| Mr 1 itch :
We have linen In liu\ .lne!*>i at the I,, \\\\I'I'rh., tiul Ml-* laUiitn N itar- tonal ji">1111'11I' one ullar| \ per day pf Mr, H, A, Kill;! On their show
( Are Here. Let
location Corner of South noun, wf Wwmly, N, V,, hats returned ahoy" the regular' pay I return home they brought Miss; SiDle I us you
Santa to their winter home t n I lon EHi; for a WtItj"1I1..it.; .
Jewel for the winter attending ; in which it would stored
Main and Church Streets Jennie Keep Mr. /and) Mrs Joseph Hara. and! family This Wonderful Car
the National Humane contrition equipment for the militw sufficient to I
from Canada, have rome to take
Phone 226 at St. Augustine en route supply one million men in time of
possession of their home recently purchased -
Mrs' E;. Moore of Orlando is war, this equipment to be the newest We
from Mr. Franklin Davis
spending some time with Mr, and Mrs.J. and t best that can be obtained. This PALMS AUTO CO.
welcome them to our midst. I
I W Pace at Virgilina gro>e. equipment to consist of artillery, II

Orlando Leading Repair Shop I Mr. and Mrs. Duller and Mi. and guns, ammunition, food where feasible I

and Garage Mrs. Harris, of Detroit, reached here and other necessary supplies to 25 IN PLOT BRITISH TO LIBERATE PUT TO EGYPTFROM N. Orange Ave. Phone 400

I Wednesday by automobile, visiting put the militia on a war footing equalto DEATH. BERLIN I

I Washington and other interesting that of the regular army and suffi-
HEARS
I points during the trip. Mr. and Mrs. cient to last one year. ______ __ _ _ u ___ __- - -
Best and Promptest Butler are at their pleasant home on The regular army should be equip-
News
Berlin.-Overseas
the brick road near Drennen Station, ped with the best suplies obtainableand Agency

Auto Livery I and Mr. and Mrs. Harris will spend in sufficient quantity to last it gives out the follow dispatch from I

the winter at various places in the one year in time of war. In fact no I Constantinople: & Gore'
I Hammond
Service state. expense should be spared in supply- "Reports received from Cairo state
that has been discovered ;-
conspiracy
i a great ,
ing our regular army with the most
LUCERNE THEATRE TO OPEN equipment.It I there, headed by persons in FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal : :
!PASSENGER. the entourage of the new Sultan, the
NOVEMBER 17 is absolutely necessary that we increase -
conspirators planning to remove the
our navy to protect our com-
ruler and his ministers and liberateEgypt Low Prices
November the Lucerne the world. That the Values
Wednesday, 17, merce throughout
from the British yoke.
BUICK CAR t 1 theatre will again open its doorsto equipment be of the best and in
( from the court were
"Forty persons COMPARE
the public.I abundance so that the navy have on
arrested, and twenty-five already ,,
I Beacham, who assumes chargeof hand guns and supplies of all kinds '
"
We call anywhere at any time the theatre as well as retaining the sufficient to keep it going for one year I have been executed. OUR FURNITUREWe

1 management of the Grand Amuse- in active service, that is in time of :

I ment company, announces that the war. The efficiency of the navy GERMAN AGENTS BUY HEAVILY ,,
Cord n's Transfer Co I provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted -
Lucerne will be a five-cent house.A should be enhanced by allowing it to IN HOLLAND by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
attractive and interestingline enlist men sufficient to man the fleet I
very is It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.'Ve .
''' an article is here it good.
201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 of pictures has been secured for according to its size, and to keep a I London.-Acording to the Amsterdam can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation

| the reopened amusement house among trained reserve that would be able to correspondent of the Chronicle, :
HAULING OF ALL KINDS stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.
which will be a series of Rufus Wal- fill all vacancies that would occur in there are more Germans in Holland

f'ntir".1 Want Ads Pay. lingford's experiences. These pic- time of war. than in a long time past, most of them'

tures have been very popular throughout II. W. FILLM AN. busy buying up large quantities of

the North and Mr. Beacham wentto foodstuffs and other merchandise. As McNEILL\ & DAVIS BLOCKCorner

Auto a great expense to secure them. CONVICTS PROVING USEFUL most of the goods purchased are not

LiveryPhone t I Mr. Beacham has made a pro- Albany, N. Manufactured arti- allowed to be exported by the Dutch Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida

632J. nounced success of the theatre business cles valued at $942,398 were producedat government, the Germans are arranging -

!1 and his new acquisition will no Auburn, Clinton and Sing Sing to have their purchases storedin

E. CARTER, Orlando, Fla. : doubt be of much enjoyment to the prisons during the year ending Sep- Dutch warehouses.

public of Orlando. tember 30 last, it was announced to-
Two Cars in Service for Day or I day. This is an increase of more than Subscribe for the morning Sentinel.:: Try A Sentinel "Want Avd"

Night Calls The want ad's the thing $100,000 over the previous year. 10 cents a week delivered.


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We Are Justly Proud of Our RemarkableOffering ih": easily rr-tuUirii' ( I lij '" luili, lever( Novicksto

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\ \\ \ \ \ ( \ \ \ \ \ C? in Dressers and Chiffoniers in all : 1 'sR.1 oil in tauk.No rye'alx. ass tUows you
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; the I Wood and Finishes : .."
< Popular Deisgns, :. Stores iu reliability sod 'CnnomY-1D the
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< C i i li(< C Intensity lit b.*at, in work! done l by agiteninantity
I. of oil-in their low cost of '"

1. $,>,'.00 Value Genuine t"Ir. Walnut Chiffonier for-- _S4X5tSX5.00 : eeotanbuurpcrburncr.
li! All lorenca Stoves and Ovens are
z' ii : Value I Mahogany Chiffonier------------------------------------5':'.-..Fa Jo'our-B urnf'r. Hich Automatic; Frame. FIvORENCh:: guaraotcul.Ne .


$31.50 Value Mahogany Dresser; for____uuuuuuuuuuu____$28.75;

S!: $.;)o Value Golden Oak Chiffonier for--______________________________$23.73;
>tr Before Have These Wonderful Stoves Been

GENUINE CREX RUGS-ALL COLORS S23.30: Value Princess Dresser G. O. for______________________________$19.85 Offered the Public at Cut I'rices


EXTRA HEAVY $15.00 Value Dressing Table. G. O. for___________________-_ __$12.75 Regular $18.50 burner Stove, now____________$16.48


$$11.00 Value ____ ____ ___ _$ .S5 *200Q Value Dresser, G. O. for________________________________$15.9i Regular $15.00 3 burner Stove, now__________$13.48 ,

$12.00 2 burner Stove, ____________$10.75
$10.00 Value_.-.______$ $19.00 Value White Enamel Chiffonier for______________________----$13.95 Regular now
$7.50 Value_.__ ..$6.48 Regular $.1.00 Ovens, now __ ___________$3.85

$14.50 Value Chiffonier for--___________________________.______-__---__$12.75 Regular $3.25 Ovens, now __ ____ $2.85
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9\12 Brussdls! RUKS-Good Body, Bru!'''rlN Effects;

All Colors $9.00 Value Chiffonier for__.________----_--_--__--_____________________$7.98 Regular $6.75 3 burner Oil Stove, now___--_-___$5.98;

Regular $4.75 2 burner Oil Stove, __.___ $1.35:
$K'.KO 9x12 value at__$15.00f $10.00 Value I Dressers, Fumed Oak for__________________________________$.,.0. o, now --
15.00 9x12 t value I nt-_- --_SIH..O Regular1.75: : Gas Stove, now__nnu____$3.15
$12.50 !)\12 value at_._..$10.00 $6.50, Value Chiffoniers. G. O. for--------------------------------------$.'..


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Funiture Sale




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OUR CHIEF AIM IN BUSINESS IS TO SERVE OUR CUSTOMERS BEST


Thousands of dollars worth of beautiful new Furniture, Rugs, Stoves and Ranges in

fact household necessities of every description are here for your consideration. The

prices you will invaribly find to be right, lower than are named for equal qualities else-

where. We aim to provide something different, something better than the old style

store and at the lowest price. This will be a busy week and the Bargains are excep-

tionally choice and many. Below we mention a few of the many Bargains and how

ruthlessly profits are being sacrificed.




White Iron Beds Our Prices Are Lowest

We know what's what, and we know that such fine and substantial Beds You'd better hurry if you want any of these Mattresses for they are going
for so little money is not going to remain with us long.
fast;they are slightly soiled from being wet in our warehouse during the
.1.50Vhite Enamel Beds,full size __
recent hard rains; they are not damaged to hurt, some of them hardly
$2.98 noticable.
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$5.50: White Enamel Beds,full size,continuous posts

$3.98 S7.50 Mattress,made of the best white cotton,exceptional value at

$8.50 White Enamel Beds,full size,extra value at
$5.69
$6.98

$12.50 Mattress made of white felt, best ticking, extra, while they last
$12.50 White Enamel Beds, 2 inch posts, wonderful bargain at
$9.50 $8.49





Bed Springs Extra Special NoticeThese

are exceptional values;take advantage while you have the chance.. '

To any person purchasing!' a complete Set, Bed, Spring and :Mattress,during
$5.00:' Best Grade National Woven Springs
Vf this sale we will\\ give free of charge n pair of
$3.98

- Good Wool NapBlankets
$1.r1); (Toinl Wire Springs .
$3.69


f
$'.so Heavy Wire Springs Uemember you get advantage of our special low prices and a pair of

$1.98 Blankets Free.






The Yowell-Duckworth Co

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

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KANSAS MAX BUYS PROPERTY

IX ORANGE COUNTYMr. :'



Winter Park News eral days. N. B.ago Burge from, who Topeka arrived, Kansas sev-,

" on a 'prospecting PO firmly impressed expedition,with has the become AN UNUSUAL SELLING EVENT!

great possibilities of Orange county
that he has demonstrated his faith by


Daily Budget 01 Items ConcerningThe fiOOO purchasing> ares of in choice the orange neighborhood, and trucking of- w' Tomorrow

land in the Buy Ridge section, and Monday
Town And Rollins College will at once start u gang of men to

work clearing the land and getting it Cif
Nov. 15thand
in shape for tilling and) planting. Al-
LAKESIDE: : FIIIK: COMPANY !PAVIN<; WORK PROGRESSING; ready Mr. Burire has planted forty

UK: ORGANIZED) : RAPIDLYThe acres of his purchase in citrus trees,

At the last regular meeting of the paving contractor are progressing and another forty he has set in Natal every day until Saturday are days to be carefully noted
Iwtkeside Club a committee was appointed rapidly with their work and grass. lie is enthusiastic over this __
consisting of I'rof. Hiram the indications are at present that grass and) believes that it will provea '1.- by cur patrons- -

Powers, chairman, Carl I'runpe, and the grading of New England avenue wonderful stimulant to the livestock

Robert Hutchinson to take up the will be completed and that the actual I industry in Florida.Mr. On these days the

matter of organizing a college fire laying of brick will commence by the Burge, who is at the head of

company under auspices of the club. early part of the coming week. The the Elmhurst Investment company, in I a1'4Lftb
The company will consist mainly of work has progressed: without a hitchso Topeka, left yesterday afternoon on "

club members, but outsiders will be far and it seems probable that the 'S return to that place where he will i "Merode

taken when it is thought that the service paving will be completed easily within attend to some business matters and I

will be benefited by their pres- the time limit fixed in the contract.Mr. then return to Orlando. Mr. II. T. i (Hard Fiuis/ted)

Parsons, who is connected with the

ence.One department will consist of a J. C. Xicoll and daughter, Miss same company, will have charge of :r Underwear.

hook and ladder brigade, another will Emily Nicoll, arrived in Winter Park developing it. They will endeavor to s (

have charge of the hose cart, and so Friday from their summer home in induce immigration from other states
on through all of the different depart- New York city. They will again occupy of successful farmers to locate in that 3 r ''I

ments. The work of the company will the Dr. Dill place this season.F. favored! section of Orange county. J| Selling Event will be held-the Great Annual Offering

be to all fire alarms the '
answer on
f.
$ of Women's and Children's underwear from and
new complete
campus and furnish adequate fire pro- A. Cannon, representing the Cal- REVIVAL CAMPAIGN -

tection to all of the college buildings.The umet Baking Powder company, spent Evangelist Jerry Jeter will begin t -w stocks of this noted brand.

campus is already supplied some hours visiting the local trade another great revival campaign in the I--.t 't; s 4.A/\

with a system of hydrants near each yesterday. I Orlando Opera House Sunday night.

of the college buildings. These hy- The old play house has been conveniently I We Sell

drants are fed by a large "Kewanee" BAPTIST CHURCH PLAXS HOME- arranged for the revival. A *( '(! R

pressure tank. With a well equippedand COMING WEEK large choir platform, good light, good i '(Fy '
efficient organization of firefighters music, along with the pictures Mr. gu| CC l11 rode "A[!:;;: Underwear

such as the club proposes to Unique services in the way of a Jeter draws will make the services

create, the college need have no fur- "home-coming week" will be observedby most interesting. Mrs. Jeter will JlIel
( #Irn..af
ther fears of a serious fire. the First Baptist church, begin- have charge of the ladies' and young ,, because we know that every garment represents twenty-
ning Tuesday evening of this week.A people's department of the revival. LitJc' 'car
WORK OX THE APOPKA-WIXTER splendid and inspiring program is She is a specialist in this line of seven years of conscientious endeavor on the part of the

PARK ROAD being arranged for these services. work.

W. T. Chapman, county superin- The meetings will run through the en- Rev. J. B. Ley, pastor of the Methodist makers. Z

tendent of roads and bridges, reports tire week, beginning Tuesday evening, church, is commander in chief I IVf

that work on the Winter ParkApopka November 16, and dosing Sunday of the campaign.All .
road is progressing well and that night, November 21. the denominations of the city \ have in stock a representative selection that will meet the demand of the

the grading of the new highway will Dr. T. F. Hendon, efficiency secre- are requested to take part in this
be completed in a short time. This road tary for the Florida Baptist Conven- campaign which will be for everybody most Critical."Merode".

runs west from this city and connects tion, will assist in the services. It Services will commence at 7:30
with the Orlando-Apopka road at big will be a great "get together week" o'clock.

Fairview lake. By giving direct communication for the membership and their many .
Prices
between Winter Park and : friends. Every Baptist in the city DEATH OF :MRS. CAMPBELL

t- Apopka this road promises "to fill a I and community is urged to draw near The many friends of Mrs. Emerella (Hand-Finished)
long felt want," and will be a great the Baptist Temple hearthstone; and
Campbell will regret to hear of her 50 cents to $3.50 per garment
convenience to the the
traveling public. general public also has a special
death, which occurred yesterday afternoon Underwear.
invitation to attend all Dr.
meetings. about two o'clock, at her
WINTER PARK NOTES endon[ will
bring some unusual mes-
late residence on West Central avenue
"

Mrs. Chas. G. Tousey and daughter sages.Parts of the membership roll will She was the a M.devout E. church Christian, 15th Nov. 20thLadies'
having joined many Week Nov. to
the
Allen
Mrs. accompanied by be called each night. On Tuesday Display
She leaves besides hus- ,
years ago. a
Misses Edith and Mabel Adams for-
November 16 all
night in A
,
names, ,
band to mourn her loss six daughters -
mer Rollins students, are expected to B, C, and D will be called, each member -
W. A.
Mrs. McEwan, of Millerton -
Winter Park about Thanksgiving
return to to his her
responding or name. Junction, Wis.; Mrs. Ray W.
I to occupy their attractive home The auditorium of the church will be 1
of Avalon Wis. Mrs. Edwin
Taylor, ;
here during the winter
season. decorated for the
appropriately occasion Shaw, Plainfield, N. J.; :Mrs. W. I.
and on Friday night, November McEwan, Miller, Wis.; :Mrs. O. II. ReadyToWearA
Rev. C. E. Enlow and Deacons C. 19, a general will be
reception Green Sheridan :Montana Miss
and
,
II. Ward and L. H. Roberts will attend given for the their
membership and of this The fun-
Myra Campbell, city.
the meeting of the South Flor- riends. if the
ida Association of Congregational interested Surely in their work and Baptists are loyal are eral arrangements are in charge of week or so ago we told you of an exceptional contract we had entered into with one of
Hammond & Gore, and will be an-
Churches at Sanford Tuesday and. to their church they will put forth a nounced later. the foremost manufacturers of Ready-to-Wear in New
Wednesday of this week.TOI.AY'S special effort to make this "home-

coming week" a splendid success. FRED B. DALE RENTS TO M. A. .' York. We were to have sent us every three weeks an as-
SERVICES AT WINTER
:MCDOWELLMr.
CHURCHES
PARK
BOYS, TAKE WARNING M. McDowell has rented the sortment of High Class Dresses-each creation representing -

First Baptist Church \V. A. Ross house on Ridgewood ave-
And into the B. M. the termination of the three
get P. A. A. At the newest in vogue-at
This church cordially invites all residents nue for one year, through Fred B.
and strangers to meet and our meeting Thursday night in our Dale. Mr. McDowell will soon open h
South and Division dress unsold had to be returned to
new room, corner week period-every
worship with them today. The brick up here in the wholesale grocery busi- ,
i church nearest the college campus. streets, we had between thirty and ness and will have a finely located

The Sunday school meets at 9:45 forty boys, and if you think we did store. He will move into the Ross "\ them.
have time ask the
not a good neighbors -
a. m., with Superintendent F. N. house in a few days.
; but we will have still better
Boardman in charge.
Preaching service at 11 a. m. times when we get our gymnasium Before you part with your money,
t The B. Y. P. U. meets at 6:45 p. m., equipped.We see Oscar Hand & Son's immense
are working to give that exhibition stock and get their prices. 11-14-ltc N xt W I t
which and the will Scripture be a Bible lesson study meeting will' be, about January 1st, and it is n ay

to be and
Micah, 4:1-8. Leader, Robert Hutch- going something pretty MISS MAY HARDAWAYPUBLIC

inson. This will be followed by the new.The / \ '
preaching service, at 7 p. m. Grand theatre has kindly consented STENOGRAPHERWINTER ,

The pastor will preach both morning to give us a benefit night soon. Last t
PARK, FLA. Day
and evening. See announcements later. So yousee \\
So
This church holds its midweek things are coming our way.
all boys under 18 and over 14 better
prayer: meeting Wednesday evenings -
Schultz Building. Phone 406
at 7 o'clock.Congregational. wake up and join the crowd.
fir our first return shipment But in order to make our
-()-
TO OUR FRIENDS:
Church All Work Neatly and Accurately Done small possible have decided the
school at 9:45 --' freturns as as we to reduce
Sunday a. m. .
,..:
Preaching at 11 m. Subject of You all know what we have lost.
a. prices of what we have left to a point where Profits will
morning sermon, "The Mission of the Words can not express our heartfelt Room No. 3, Schultz Bldg.

Holy Sprit." gratitude for your great kindness and not be considered. Between now Wednesday an opportunity is offered you that no
Y. P. S. C. E., 7 pm.; subject, help in our deep affliction.H. Dr. C. W. Fain
other firm in the whole State of Florida can equal.
"How the Denominations May Be D. REED.
United in Service. :MRS. J. T. ALCOCK. DENTIST We quote here a few pf the prices. It is necessary however to see the finished '

Following the C. E. meeting the costumes themselves-to judge of the Big and exceptional reductions.
Office Hours: 8 to 12, 2 to 5.
pastor will give a report of the Dis- Before you part with your

trict C. E. convention held in Kis- see stock Oscar and get Hand their&prices.Son's mone"I WINTER PARK, FLA. Regular Prices.$17.50 for $13.75 Regular Prices. . . . .$25.00 for $19.50

simmee, in some respects the greatest $18.50 for $14.50= for
-- -------- --------- $27.50 $21.75
convention ever held in this district.
The prayer meeting will give placeto . . . . . . . . . . . . .1111111111.11111111..1.Winter $19.50 for $15.50= $29.50 for $22.50

a missionary address on Thursday $22.50 for $17.50 $32.50 for $25.00

evening by Miss Miriam Woodberr)',
to which everybody is invited. Park Auto Co. i These beautiful Dresses are made in exquisite qualities of Charmeuse, Radiur Faille
!
-()- Francais, Crepe de Chine, Georgette Crepe and silk plaid combinations.DicksonIves .
Methodist Episopal Church

W. L. Barze, pastor.

Sunday school, 10 a. m.
BUICK and FORD CARS
Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.
(
Morning subject, "The Testimony
of An Aged Saint.

the Rev.evening.D. Matthews will preach in Repairing, Painting and Auto i Co


Come and worship-0-with us. SuppliesOPEN


All Saints Church

10 a. m. Holy Communion. "Orla:\dofs Favorite Shopping Place. Orlando Fla.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser DAY AND NIGHTIlilliilllillilliltliiltllllllllllillillllHllli ,

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one been of given the prettiest for Miss parties Person.that has Favorite Ii=I .- -or IIJiI

(Matton) SnrtIe The guests were Miss Willie Person U "Get It At Allen's" II

Misses Mary Guernsey Mary1
Robinson Eliza and Alta Wright IOXD.\rs PROGRAM
Florida Howard Jean Person Mrs. Reliance. "The Americans." A
SOCIETY CALENDAR Fort Lauderdale. It is the desire of Western drama, in two parts.
L. B. Giles Mrs. Gray Rush Mrs. Komic. "A I
Chase
by Moonlight I
your president to start the endowment ,
Tuesday November 16. Louis Dolive Mrs. Donald Cheney, featuring Fay Tincher (the chewing
fund this
Opening of State Federation of Wo at convention, the final aim Mrs. W. M. Glenn and Mrs. W. C. gum girl).
men's Clubs at DeLand. being a 25,000 fund to meet the con Essington. Pathe. "Romance of Elaine." "Tri-
Junior Matrons Card Club Mrs. Allan stantly increasing needs and to de umph of Elaine." This is the last of
Weathersbee, hostess.Br velop the plans of the Federation + the Elaine serial. Don't fail to see it
ae: for Miss Person, Mrs. C. B. unhampered SOCIETY NOTES OF INTEREST for it is the best of all. This episode
Aubinson and the Misses Robinson which is an absolute ne discloses a surprise better relished
Miss Gladys Thomas, the attractive on
hostesses. cessity. The amount of funds and the screen. &
Miss' Louise' Allen entertains Business pledges received by the treasurer daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Our next serial will be "Diamond I I .k 4 I
Girls' Club. during the day sessions Thomas, is expected home today from From the Sky." Watch for it. ;
Bridge, Mrs. A. J. Nye, hostess. Wednesda Arcadia where she was one of the at- Admission' adults lOc., children &c.OSTtOI'ATIIIC .
Wednesday, November 17. will form the nucleus of the fund and tendants at the Lykes-King;: wedding,
Miss entertains at be announced
Margaret Hart at the annual reception :
bridge for Miss t'erson. which will occur immediately after which event occurred in that city on PHYSICIAN AND O 0
Fortnightly Club, Mrs II. M. Bear- the Thursday. SURGEON SHE WILL fiiVK': REAL: THANKS
dall. hoHtesH. Wednesday evening session, at *
Unity (Circle topic, "Henry Ford" the Putnam Inn. This Is to be a Dr. Howell, Osteopathic physician for one of our bracelet watches. tvallieres., rings or other
Mrs. Kdnn: ;HourH. "birthday party," the Federation rely The 11. M. r.: A. A.-itaptl..t. Methodixt and surgeon, announces that ho hat cles of jewelry. For the /gift will express! both generosity and !
Thursday, Notrmhrr I 1M. Presbyterian! Athletic Angelatlon returned from Harvard University, I taste. Our) jewelry is mounted with special attention good 1
brutlnjr the twenty-Ural\ anniversary where he took and with A strict regard for quality. We shall. be ..nrU'1
KoKallnd Club, Mi*.. Untile !lu chairman.Kll of Its. organisation and the Uiriiinliiirof eye, fur nose and throat diseases. it to )'UU.Ib .
7 o'clock, In their room, corner South
Kara Klub Mm. Hence, hoMtoM. the endowment, fund. Also physical' diagnosis (nerves
. II. M. Athletic(' AmtiK'iutluii meet and Division etreet heart, lungs kidneys/ and other vis. ,
Thursday at I-I'M: in., after mljournment
U. l D. .I'( chlckrn" nupiwr II\U!::( ), nt the p fern), and (!Ilctrotht'r"pf.und. ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
of the regular M>s"|on, tho pious dll ,
Astor Cuff "benefit old lioldl 'r. Ir. anti Mrs Cystic Lawton returned t'lIlIt'li. Office, Cheney n
homo convention U invited to attend an exhibit ng, opposite San Juan hotel fonta'I'
I'rKUy, November Itf.Mr of the girls' canning club WOI k lust evening from their honey phone: Otrice' (117: residence ; = =01:1CJ
*. (!eo. I'1;. Nolan receives in compi and the boy*' agricultural demonstration moon trip to Jacksonville and St. I .
im 'nt to MU I Person, Mr I liros- AuKUitine.I' .
plt-r uii'l Mm, J.ord work, which, with u program, has I Il IF. YOU AUIA: HIT{ HANDY
Fortnightly Society, CatlicUrul been kifciiil1y arranged for this
Literary | occasion
Nchool.Sulurda. I U. C. CHICKEN: SUPPERCHICKEN : ( SKATING RINK WITH A Ill WSII
by the Volusiu county demon-
: )', Novemlu-r :2(1.NuJInN ( Btrution agents.'Thursday : 11'1'lm.1' ASTOIC) you can, for a very small cost brighten -
( Mr IK-Witt Miller, "
) lub. *
hoxteua. afternoon at ,iiU: the convention C'\FE.: MIl'TII oU'SCa'I'S") ( ; : "' :, up your home renovate old furniture -
+ J siinii: : nv HIE: n.u'(Jinnts orHIE ) etc. Our paint, enamels varnishes -
will I be the of the
11->
guest : <'OM) FI'Ulm.or: ) ; : 'I'lll'ItSI.11'1:1'1'NIN1 ,
stains etc., to
STATK: IT.IIKUATION': ) : OMEN'S: I.+uul Woman's Club for an automobile : :: : ,. SI\. I'llIUl'1' (I'I'I.0t'h.. l KtWOI'KAN ti come you ready
Ch illS: AT IIKLAND: ride to I olfon Springs. and enjoy IIiNIFI'r:: : . (or THE: till) SOI.DIEKS' III.OCK I'AKTY for use with full directions on every
HOME( I''II'T'I' . ('1111. We supply with brushenaUo. .
: TS you
A PLA-II':
A "biK week fares the /State 1"'III'ru-I a cup of tea afterwards ut the club S''I'ITUU.NUHI.( 1" l.
.
!llllItcAWIIIIONAL I I Let us (flit your wants in the
tion of NVuini'ii'it Clubs at Di'lauul loom. tl
November. 10( to ID. Many delegates The Putnam Inn will be the official ) () LOCALS) NOIU) : h. I paint line.Orlando .

from Orlando will attend thin meet. headquarter' SOMKTIIINC( NKVDON'T ::
'U Paint & Wall Paper Ct
_,
Tha following U from tho I eLaml + Mr. Jan. I n.) Burnett arrived in (Orlandu _
Jti-cordj 1'1&11"1'1'IC1'& ( \' IOU) MISS yesterday afternoon from Savannah ) MISS IT 205 S, Orange Avenue

The convention will open Tuewlayevening I'CUSON: (iii., niul has accepted a pool COLEMAN & KHAN Phone 261
the 10th, mid adjourn after )Friday afternoon, at the home of I tlon with Yowell-Diu'kworth l com
the Friday c-vnilntf npimion. MlM. Ada llumby, u delightful party puny He Mill be' connected wild t the KOI.I.I'll) : I'H.( <
The day umidonM, to lie held In the wait given III honor of Mlmt Willie furniture, department., TtJl'SU.NUill'l': ,
llaptUt church auditorium, will b"t entirely IVrxon. Tho alfulr was in the nature -
taken up with the routine "hindIIVM ,- of u variety shower, though/ It came The. Sentinel was In error In stat NOV. I Kill It).
of the Federation niul the evenIng an a complete surprise to Miss Person Ing (hut Mr. and Mrs. I K. P. Monroe CAREY HANDFUNERAL
NeMloru dcvoU-d to addresses! and us she hud 'been told\ that u numberif had arrived at their winter home on I'.IS'I',1111(:

rn".kl&lllrullrlun.*. All evening meet ( her friends had been invited to Lucerne Circle from Kiverton, N. J.
It K* will l 1,0 in the University uudito. help her hem napkins.. This estimable couple ate expectedon DIRECTORAND
rlum{ through: the courtesy of Dr. Lincoln This was curried out, and after they Tuesday evening CUNIINn JHAND

pulley, the prexldent. There willIe were finished\ the surprise shower was MARCH[ COMING SOON EMBALMERAll \
l informal reception! in the Art Cutlery brought in by little Misses Paulineand Mr. W. J. Reddick a valued member .
Tuesday and Friday evening, Eleanor JtelJ. Each carried a of the Orange county board of ---- -- -

where tea will be served Tuesday hanging basket decorated most artistically 'public instruction came to the city calls answered Promptly
evening by the students of the Home in asparagus fern and the yesterday from his home at Fort Dayor

Economics department of the Univer- bright pink blooming vine that is glorious Christmas and spent the day looking GRANDTOMORROW Night. Hand Block.
sity.The at this season of the year. after business matters.
raising of an endowment fund The baskets were filled with many

for the.Federation: was endorsed byresolution attractive gifts for the bride to be. Messrs. S. A. Freese and J. A. Car- Orlando, Florida. I

at the Lakeland meetingand Later a salad course was served and sell, of Bloomington Ind., are among I
also by the board of directors at iced tea. Miss Bumby's party was the newcomers in Orlando. They ar- I PHONE 639. RESI1)ENI) .,PHONE 457,

- rived yesterday afternoon over the
Selig Drama in Three (Parts
''IIMMI MM IMIM 11 Mill I Ml IM Coast Line and expect to spend sev- -

eral days looking over this section. I
HOW CALLAHAN CLEANED UP ''IMIMMMIMMIMMIIItillllllllillMlliiMIMIIIM *

Mr. II. C. Marr, who was detainedin
Chicago on business at the time LITTLE HELL.

his family left that city to spend the
winter at their home near Lake Lur- $ FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL;
na, arrived in Orlando yesterday afternoon -
over the Atlantic Coast Line. Vitagraph Comedy

.
Mr. S.V.. Chappell who arrivedin "''A MISTAKE IN TYPESETTING"
Orlando some days ago to spendhis
first winter was joined yesterday
afternoon by his family who arrivedover
Ford the Coast Line from Owens-
| TouringCar boro Ky. They are pleasantly located 5c lOc CURTIS & O'NEAL

: at 707 West Church street. ..

Sheriff J. L. Dishong of DeSoto FISH Phone 5 for I: Insurance Loans Real Estate
AND OYSTERS
county arrived in Orlando on the
midnight train and departed on the Fresh Every Day Rentals
early train this morning for Arcadia
having in custody a white man want- THE WALDECKER FISH CO.

ed there charged with grand larceny 206 Boone Street
who was arrested here yesterday by
:Sheriff Gordon.

For I INGLENOOK CAKE AND
Mr Lawrence Cook arrived in Or- CANDY PARLOR
lando yesterday over the Atlantic

Coast Line from Ohio. He was hereon Delicious: Candies, Cakes, Sandwiches ESTABLISHED ISM
a prospecting expedition and was etc.
$$225.00 shown over the city and surrounding Orders taken for parties. .
country by Mr. F. E. Baxter the af Located in rear of Branch's Book

fable local manager of the Florida Store, Arcade Entrance '''MMiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiniMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiMiJi
Good Homes company.Mr. .

G. M. Holden, Florida agentof ; . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,

the A. B. & A., who has been seen na .
among the transportation men who r1ri r"a
,
visit! this section longer; perhaps than
Ask to see demoun- any other individual in his profession, Pipes! Pipes! Pipes:
was in Orlando yesterday, leaving; in
the afternoon for hi* home In 1)eI -
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table rims for Ford I 14 and to spend" Sunday with his' fam
ily. We nre Helling black and Katvanked pipe t ttt they

best wholesale pride/*, Gall on us before buying
Cars. Mr I and Mrs I I'V, i'lirily, *\hi
We will hlso to
it will pay you, cut your pipe
harp been ppehtling' the miinhipf Ih '
AMflhutit,, (Ililn, HIP I'\I'I'dl'.1| | tll taarhtI1Itirtdo measure eo you CAD Install! it yournelf, On lrrigatlon .

\ hlllllltlllW aitd. agate ttcpitltyIheir z work you can save money by having us
I hnepilal.ie. hllm, IIIi Iateriewdrennt' i {
cut end drill your pipe Anti put in brass nozzle( *
Ouring! t their absence" (ruin
the city Mr and t Mrs, !'only haveKtj't no a* you can Install youreelf.We .

pasted, on the happenings in this I : will also sell you Path Tubs, Water Closets
:$>?* 01 by the flatly visits of the Pentine -
1. W. PHILLIPS & S SONS !, and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you

may have your preferred plumber fit them up it
Mr J. F, Schumann, one of OrlandO' -
. you desire. Do not forget to look at the "Ameri
popular winter residents and indefatigable -
boosters, arrived in Orlando can" Water Closet as it is the only noiseless

yesterday afternoon over the closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order
Atlantic Coast Line from Bloomington -
:I
Ind., and was accorded a most I for five years.
hearty welcome by his many friends.
Mr. Schumann did not say whetherhis

family would come down this winter b F. Joseph Raehn Co.
or not. They are now in Bloom-
ington. Mr. Schumann was besiegedby lam

friends upon his arrival and the THE PIPE MAN
reporter could only get in a word 1

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I -A-% 'T.I. on'II
An Interview With 1
: : -\V'r Telephone I
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President Lincoln t. .
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Bv F. A. MITCHELllif
for
Just call when you neo(l anything
Ilftliili aiiiilTi'rirv of the tracedv "
for the olTice, from pins to
tint .1"\rl.1| n nation of Its head and 1 we'll haviMtthvro
pnntinu! RUSH ;..
acid nt the mine; tins made n uwrtyr, I m a Jltf).. \\ c arc featuranguwI.pmn
will wren !lit' run ThullI'I \\lio ,,\11 I

during Mr I l.iiioliin tl HIV niuemiM'rliltn II I : Forms and Binders Orders

a* WI.If..r\ Hint kliNllltuM Hint/ fur
lime-sltving tricks every business i-
limiinroii |uili.... whMt <'"urn. It'rlt.thllll oilico

n* for HIM mum,Mi* mlroltnvm.

with wliUli In f>.tit nil I In* .hi l l|I' of wUtlullntitiiili ,
W. S. BRANCH
(lie lurliiu-iit wntrrs of fm>r ,

).tins* Of Sltr III* MhMllithllllltllill. / THE AIICAIUS: HOOK AND MUSIC STORE
uiio

wurl'i's hhta"' ,

It Nor 11\\1\)' back 'in Hi. iiutuiuii of

ixtti, I was thru t\\fnt )rare oia I

had l..tn grmliuittil front <>iit> of the The Eola Packing Company

large; 'ii,Urn 'VII"I'III nod haul M.Uttti| I
jouninllkia for u j>rof "*M'.u. \\'lituasked I OKIN O I I til II \

what was Lily vtM.itiuu J tint imt I
SpecialtiesCustom
reply "I eiu u rtixirter." but "'jouni ii

Ism," From this It is to te intern
that I bad u high opinion of tbe newspaper Packers Modern Equipment
business and a correRjioiiilinglyhigh Shippers and Buyers Cash f.o.b. Selling

opinion of my own attributes, being Sl'1\i: Faun TILL!! LvlGHINt.: Growers' Agents Personal Attention

in t>o exalted u tailing !I'll' 01 TILE tFMim: '. ".\ ".\m
Growers, Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and arrange -
My work was with a Chicago newspaper Or SI\L.S: ," l.L {'EItNiTIIE.ITEI' {,
and some time after Abraham TlMhM: NH.IIT. S,VTt'li- for harvesting and packing their crops.
Lincoln's election to the presidency of XO'-Emum- Fruit Packed and shipped as directed by the owner of the goods.
n.\Y. : : 20 I
,the United Mates 1 was directed bv. PACKING HOUSE-Corner Concord Ave. and A. C. L. Tracks.

the managing editor to go to Springfield '{I. B. RULE, Mgr.: J. S. PAGE, Ast Mgr.: C. A. COCHRAN
bee Mr Lincoln if possible, and IOU S,\LET 15VHOI
will insist
WIDE ROADS If county commissioners I Packing House Foreman.Patronage .
get an interview 1 arrived in Springfield '
on the hundred feet and make it a
In the tuoruiug and In the afternoon furnished,
Or will rent completely
went to Mr Lincoln borne I The road-builders of today are neglecting state rule supported bpub'ie new, modern and attractive home. Respectfully Solicited

was surprised at being admitted with a very important point. opinion, owners will fall into line and pretty lawn and shrubbery', near Lake
out any ceremony whatever and was give the land Eola: ; two stories, five rooms, bath
ushered Into a living room wherein The motor-car is a new thing in the i The double-road plan allows speed screened sleeping porch, and summer

sat the next president In a rocking world and creates entirely new conditions i the of motorcars dining room. Address Owner, Box
speed
with safety and I
397 or call at 312: Broadway.
chair. There were two little boys his
I will in the future be increased on 11-10-dw-tf I
sons, with him. the one sitting; on his ACCIDENT HEALTH
shoulder maintaining his position by The travel of the future will be long runs.
his grip with both bands on the president very preat. The point is that it is the duty. of the Read the Morning Sentinel for the LIABILITY AUTO 1OBlU':

elect's hair The other boy wa The fashion should be set at once pioneer>f road-builders of today to provide news. lOc. a week delivered.
PLATE GLASS
climbing up behind with a view to dispute for a hundred-foot right-of-way on all for the travel of the future. BURGLARY

hid brollur's seat and to effect a main roads. Fifteen years ago in Chicago a 10 I Fotm ()M.US: :: : PROPERTY: : DAMAGE WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION

similar lad?meut on the other shout One-half should be developed first; street a mile long between Grant I am expecting nt once another

der the other could he used by the former and Lincoln parks was widened) from shipment of Ford auto tops complete,
Mr. Lincoln was restrained from risIng ut a top cover pr l'e. I Regular and one
with one boy on his shoulder and owners under a free lease from the sixty fret to two hundrtd It cost man style Will this interest you? I
another holding on to his coat collar counties until it is needid. It will ten million dollars.If How about a Ford crank locking device I
lie excused himself for not doing HO surely be needed some day. the people who laid out that afety first" Prices quoted : Georgia Casualty Company

and put out his hand In a very friendly Allowing ten feet for a sidewalk street could have looked ahead the expense on application. R L. Holland I
way. But he made no move to stop been the 1-11-12-btc: II
the first hardsurfaced road should would have only I
the boys from their athletic amusement II
This did not seem to me quitein center on the remaining forty feet I amount of the surveyor's bill. In less INDELIBLE: OIL PAINTINfi: : I GEO. A. IIUTCHINSON, General Agent.

keeping with his dignity as the The model to be worked to is two degrees such things will happen someday

coming chief executive of a great natlon forty-foot road ways, two ten-foot in Florida wherever narrow Hand painted costumes, parasols, I Orlando, Florida
fans leather and linen articles
-to me. a Journalistic represent side-walks and three rows of shade roads are built.California por-
live of a great newspaper. However trees--a most proper plan for a hot has awakened to the idea tiers order., piano Lessons covers given etc.. Prices painted reasonable to- Room 4 and G Watkins Block Phone 7G

1 repressed my feelings and began the climate. and has some main roads one hun- :Mrs: F B. Emerson, Tre-
Interview, first drawing forth with as I mont hotel. 11-10-6t*
All travel of course takes the right dred feet wide.
much importance as 1 could assumea .
hand road. The grade should allow As soon as Florida gets hard roads -- --: -
notebook in which to lay down those
remarkable facts which the president crossing from one road to the other. I the travel by tourists and citizens by " III "I'I III I I1I1 " " " " ; " IIIMIIMif ;" , :
elect would announce through me to There is such a street now at Orange (motor-car and motor truck will rapid-

the nation. Park in Clay County. The oaks are increase and will grow in time to .
-Mr. Lincoln." I said "I shall be k
thirtj-five years old and sixty feet 11) proportions.
much obliged to If will give : "No Tree Is A First-Class
the of you such yon members of I high and shade the street. The climate and the motor car will Nursery Tree Ii
names
me have decided On a single road with a fifty'-foot 'accomplish I it and it is time that the i *
cabinet
your as you may
right of two ten-foot side walks road builders awakened to these en- .
way
upon. It any and what policy you in- ,
and feet for vehicles, when tirely new conditions. Besides the . zip
tend to pursue. If you have settled thirty - Unless Budded
upon a policy. autos are standing at each curb thereis question of safety and convenience ; -: t

Mr. Lincoln looked at me In so kindly not room for safe passing of vehicles there is a question of beauty of ci'" .Y ;

,.BO fatherly a way that I believedbe going in opposite directions and pride and the satisfaction of building '" 1 from
would give me such information as this difficulty. and danger increases right for all time $ Bearingtrees

would enable me to astonish the with the trailic Road builders must realize that the

world. A single track road should be sixty motor car has brought entirely' new
"I shall be glad. be said. "to do
anything for you in my power" feet wide. conditions. s of a known ,
"Have you settled on your cabinet.Mr. The middle line of new roads is They must lay out the roads wide = 3 tJV

Lincoln generally on a section line or other encugh for all time while the land x

"Oh. yes. Every member bas been line between two owners. If the fash- can be got for nothing It is a duty \ and

decided njion." ion is set for a hundred-foot right of W. E. PARMENTER. Quantity

"And your policy! ?" way owners will give the fifty feet. President of The Board of Trade

"That has U>en determined too." It will seldom be necessary to buy Orange Park Clay. County', Florida
There was something In his eye that
puzzled tue"Would Quality of Pro-

you have any objection to r
giving: them to me?"
"None whatever You are welcometo "
duction. --0.W.
it all Nothing would give me more
pleasure thin to give"
He was trying to put his bands In
his pocket-a somewhat difficult matter Conner.Trees .
with a boy on each shoulder maul
ing him-to draw forth something:; but.
like these will work for while be
not finding* what be wanted be con you you sleep. They can't
tinned: grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW

"The truth is that a list of my cabinet "Sturdy as the Oak"
'and an outline of my policy are in
that desk over there and I have lost

the key Fours, Sixes and Eights-Speeders, Roadsters and Touring: Cars Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA
I cast a quick glance at his eye and
Raw a merry spark In it. while the corners 79.;; to $1.;>70, F. O. H. Factor}'. NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class

of his month were quirked up. I Ir added feeling that nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -
with the you
In the Oakland you get power
took in the situation I at once and. abash-Shutting drive the best looking car on the road. The Oakland Xorthwav by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for yes, DEMAND -

ed. was my notebook.about to withdraw arose when h.. Motor speed up to 2.500 revolutions per minute but that is only trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in

stopped) m... half the story of the wonderful responsive power of the Oakland existence i

"Mt down young man" be said. Fours, Sixes and Eights The motor is the most powerful made tion. What would YOU do in their place, :\Ir. Planter? Why of course you would sell your ,
"Perhaps 1 may give you some other long stroke and large valves :speed of revolutions -
small bore
With its
points that are not locked up and the continuous flow of power. It means not only smooth trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER and YOU ARE
means a
key I L.ou have come all the way going on the level road, but a hill climbing ability unsupasseth interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your
from Chicago for facts, and if yon
time and money to bring it into bearing.
go back empty banded they won't like
It. There may be something I can say Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

to help you out" OaklandFours you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof

He prorvrd to tell me humorous proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing
Incidents of the election that hid ,given
him the presidency and other items Florida needs in the market first-class fruit and plenty of it.

that would not pledge: him to any par and Sixesare Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Profess*" Shamel's
tlcular course, all of which I took down
verbatim. \\ hen he had finished be work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our

shook off the boys ami. rising 1 not only powerful, they are the most strikingly handsomE< flay, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in

thought that he would surely go jars on the road.1.Flying. comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.
thrwuch the 'lIin-put out his great
broad hand and with another of his Wedge Lines Give Least Wind Resistance

kindly smiles bade me adieu hoping= :2.-Low Center of Gravity with Usual Road Clearance r
that I would satisfy Journal's hungry ,
my ::1.-Great Strength with Lighteight

maw .-High Speed Motor: with Great Power Ocklawaha Nurseries
That Is more than half a century
aco The world now knows what It ;5Y-Economy, with Luxury

did not know then-the wise; patience
SUPERIORITY all of which
These are Oakland points of an
of Abraham Lincoln But"that: hi other O. W. Conner- Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
fixed that wisdom and patience in the found in no car

hearts! of the people is that kindliness \Ot-THE CAR IS WAITINGJ.
LET US SHOW
which the Immense burden res tine: G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida
upon him never prevented his exercls: ,
lag! whether It was to a soldier's widow B. Jr.
Magruder
or In considering! a deserter menage ,

asking cmency! PHONE :31 111111111111111111111111111111111111111 ......... . II " ... . . . . I , . .



KING OF BAVARIA GIVES G.\FF-I

LOOKING AT ORLANDO NEY HONOR MEDAL i iBerlin.

I.

THROUGH THE PERISCOPEWe recently.-resigned T. St. John as American Gaffney, Consul wh- I

General at :Munich has been dec

orated by King Ludwig of Bavaria

now know the Oklahoma."nerviest state'in F. A., told them the cost would be enor- with the Medal of Honor, which is e e . . I . I I m t I I . . . I [ a . II . . I MIMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
the Union it is
for voluntary
mous but that an easier means of .bestowed on civilians
Peppercorn, a local contractor, who i isa communication should be established services in nursing the sick.

builder of homes, was buttonholedthe between North sea ports and Germany -, The medal was forwarded td Mr. ,

other day and among other questions proper. Gaffney, in the name of King Ludwig -, ..: -:.::<<.;.;.:.:-v:..:..: ;.:.; <<<-: : ; . III 0 I111 . ,1 . " . . . . .
was asked why it was that Ok- I The Kiel canal was built without by Count George von Hertling
Bavarian Premier.
lah j/u-'}ad so many robberies. "Why,,, lieu- Hert-
At the same time. Count von
A.1 i I
R 'F.
th ejaculated
an easy one
island fortress of Heligoland, the 'ling sent to Mr. Gaffney a letter
"You see Oklahoma isn't as sparsely !most formidable in the world barring ,thanking him for his work in caring X Ie 111111111111111. I II II , I HMMMOMUMMMMMMWhat II II.
settled as Florida, but the people have
i I none and in the Kiel canal, the en- for the wounded. The letter also expresses -
more nerve in that state than in this
,tire German fleet is waiting for the apreciation for Mr. Gaffney'sactivities
Nerve lot of us in wrong
one. pets a
British fleet to "come out and give ) "in fostering excellent relations
and in penitentiaries. For four years I
!battle." In other words and to use between American and German
Mr. Peppercorn has lived in Orlando
|the slang of the street which is very 'authorities."
lie heard of this thriving city froma i
| improper for such a tony column as
former employe of his in Oklahoma,
this the Kaiser "hung one over" on CHARITY PRAISED IN=
and the situation was painted in such AMERICAN
Great Britain, and the saddest part of FRANCE
vivid colors that Peppercorn immedi-
the trade is that every Englishmanknows
ately migrated to Orlando, bringing
it.
with him two other men and their Paris.-Gabriel Hanotaux, Presi
-0J. _
families from the same Indiannamedtown.
L. Feinberg, proprietor of a dent of the Franco-American Commission - :
It would not be proper for us of Political,
for the development
clothing store at the corner of Orange -
C'
to say that Mr. P. left his nerve in and Artistic Relations ,
Economic, Literary
and Church has
Oklahoma-he seems to have broughta I had a avenue checkered but successful street career announced at the meeting today r '\: .".1". ..7 r.;. .ti....;
quantity of it with him and scores Relief .7. ;pfi
National

of splendid homes have been erectedin I for the a comparatively eastern part young of Germany man. Bornin he Committee of the that French gifts of cash from the I Ii P1: 1 ": lY! ;

this beautiful city of homes. States amounted to $2GO- .I.I1'' ); : )3W
United now ..
knows a great deal about the war i i ,
-..- that he doesn't disclose, and which 000 while the value of articles of various .'. ," ...,. r sf "\. #. )
Rain or shine, in foul or fair weather that ;y
clothing, '
sorts, principally : .
we would like to know. However he I 1' '
under all and any circumstances, lived so close to the Russian border had been contributed was 100000. ,.. /
t W. S. Branch has his typewriter or -
The session of the committee wasdevoted
that it was like walking across
pen or pencil in readiness, and his ol .
I Church street to step into the Czar'sterritory. entirely to appreciation
brain is always cleared for action. American generosity. Among the
Orlando has received much advertis- Warren
Whitney -
Americans present were
Some years ago he emigrated tc
ing from Mr. Branch. Were it not :
and Manager
New York and then went into business Herman Harjes
for him and his manuscript the two Clearing
at Peoria, 111., which in a way Beatty of the American Relief -
I Tampa and two Jacksonville newspa-
in Paris.
explains his sense of humor having House
pers would go to press many days Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt has resumedher
lived for some time in the late GeorgeFitch's
without live news from the best city Ambulance
old home town. From Peoriato work at the American
in the state. Boosting for Orlando
Omaha was Mr. F.'s next move
and Orange county every day in a
and on the way to that city a Knightof
year of 305 stanzas is a commendable
the Road otherwise known as a
avocation. Mr. I). really doesn't' do
much interviewing-he listens, and vagrant or hobo, tattooed upon Mr. Specials for Saturday -
Feinlierg's right forearm woman
n
in this respect his bruin resembles n
n robnt. Under this figure are the and Monday
blotter in that it absorbs
or n vponge letters "L. I.'.," which t'xlllnln'eIhlt'llnlt Run
everything worth nbxorhing. As n the Reliability
"Leon Fdnherg. There arc:
result column after column of now
tillers\ through the keys of hiM rclhtble. 11\ great many tattooed men around! ItfM Patent Flour, 21:!1 Ihs..POe
Orlando whom the Pcrixropt has,. Best" Patent' .Flour. 12:! HIM. . . |:ScMeal.
typewriter and thuucuiuU of n(?wnp''-
reader throughout Florida "knowwhat glimpsed nail in u latter InIl1""m"lIt.tht'y : Grits; And .Feed 10 Ihs (ur, .::t("

her will ho, mentioned. Mr.I !1'" i Iii I 6 packages Wanning PowoVr .2.t c
Orlando! people are doing, what
one of Orlando's foremost l boosters,,, 13 cans Pork and Beans for" , .2":ic Proved
social
the clubs and gathering are
thinking about, and what progressthis first last and all the time; a Mason : Pure Ground: ('off..... per Ih. . , IScn

U actually milking. Yes the an Elk, a professional bondsman, and cans Sardines for. . . , . ,2.:ie

city and a mighty good fellow He has lived 3 can Tomatoes for . . . . ,2.::c
pen IS mightier than the sword
in Florida for twenty years. Florida Cane S\rup. per stallon. .611c
Branch is at that.
Mr. a peaceful man
-o- I Pure Apple ('id..r.nt' ar per

-a- gallon , , , , . , . . 33c: IS
The Jr.'uropean: war has actually\ run Speaking of tattoos, one sometimes I
Irish Potatoes, peck of 15: Ibs..3.1c'Importl'd
away with Orlando men's brains. It I I wonders how many postmarks are I Lemons per, per dot..l'c:
and waged tattooed letters and various other
is so tremendous being on
. .. .
Good head Rice, per Ib,. 06c
upon such a gigantic scale that mere I I things which may pass through Postmaster -
and

man's brain becomes somewhat I I McLean's hands in a single Seeded Dates Raisins, per package Currents" . . . , .13c ECONOMY---20.8 miles on a gallon of gasoline. 1000on
warped. In this class to a certain: extent day from the Orlando office. Now

falls Capt. Jouett, and he admitted I I there is a \Ian-every inch every Honest Weights and :Measures a gallon of oil.
"Wh sir, has inculcated the wis-
it some days ago. ), pound. lIe .
when this war opened" remarked dom of Solomon' and attends strictlyto I I

Capt. Jouett, "I really thought I wasa Uncle Sam's and his own business. Cash Grocery Co. I'

military expert. When they were thesedays of troublous times it is; 'DURABILITY---Not
fighting on the west and east over a unusual to find a man who doesn't let, I Telephone 648 7 E. Church St. a wrench used on the car running

frontage of fifty miles or so, I really I I the people suffer from his knowledge.Our ., I 1077 miles in 42 hours 45 minutes over all kinds of Florida

believed that I knew something about genial P. M. never speaks unless -- --- -- - -- -- -

war, but with the fighting; over more there is something worth. speaking. roads with five passengers.

than a frontage of 1,000 miles I must He is humorous, polite, perfect gentleman Pine Castle

confess it is too much for the ordinaryman and as it is only a step from I

to comprehend. All this scien- I the P. O. to the Periscope's office,

tific mining, bomb planting, modern we grasp that good right hand of his NurseriesPine COMFORT---Five passengers riding the entire distance

trench warfare, etc, gets me." Capt. "many times and oft, but prying a

Jouett is one of the best read and news item from Mr. McLean is left Castle Fla. without changing seats and without discomfort.

posted citizens in Orlando. lie reads for such astute newspaper men as

history constantly and on historical Joe Ferris, not "us truly." Call again,

data is in a field to himself. lie also Mr. McLean! and
Has first class orange EASE OF OPERATION One able to drive entire
enjoys music and frequently pla'srecord grape fruit trees, ready to plant. --- man

after record on a popular make 100 FOOT CHANNEL IN PANAMA: !I We offer only first class trees without. relief driver.
talking machine. He is a splendid I II run
CANAL IN A MONTH budded from prolific bearing
story' teller and can hold one's atten- We,
quality.
trees of known
tion indefinitely on many and varied I Panama,-It is now virtually assured also have the genuine "'atsonwatermelon I II

experiences the in this and other sectionsof I that there will be a channel 100 seed. No melons I This was not a special high priced car---you can buy a
country.
feet wide and 30 feet deep throughthe shipped from where we saved I

-o- I slide area by the middle of December our seed. Melons weighed from: duplicate of same fully equipped for $960 f. o. b. Orlando.
all"tuckered
Carl Jansen, city clerk was
but the canal will not be in 20 to 45 pounds. CatalogueFree.

out"Vedne5day morning, I condition for use much before the .
including thirty-five other Knights of
first of the year.
Pythrupon his return from the district i I

P. meeting at Eustis. In :
K. clerk fatigued tt . I . . . . . I . . . . . . . . . . I ".
was so
fact the city I .
that he rented Chief Dean's bed at I t

the fire department and took a long I


quiet ually nap:Mr. Wednesday J. is very alert.afternoon.t inl us-I .
VEGETABLES!! VEGETABLES Co.
native of Norway Mr.: Jansen knows I I San Juan Garage

more about the inside of the war than I ,

most men. lie tells an interesting I

story about Heligoland; which may be Fresh every morning. Come and look them over or ; : Distributor for Studebaker Cars

history for some of us and may be ,.

phone 3 or 200 and we will give you our list. ,
not.The ,
tale runs thus: .

A few years ago; der Kaiser very I

quietly sought a means of digging; ; a White Rose GoodsJust I. '

canal through to the North sea from

the Baltic sea. Upon second thought,
of these famous I
however William realized that the received another shipment

project would be somewhat futile so goods. Fresh Country Eggs, Tea and Coffee.

long as John JJull owned and controlled . ill, , MIMMiM . . . . . . . >>1.,1 . . 1' .11 : .1111",11
\ HeligolM: at the western end

of the proposed anal, now known as

the Kiel canal.Therefore WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS

he bargained which with would Eng- .- -. . . . . , " . . . ,+*'. . , . , , , MMIIIIIIIMIMIIMIIIIIM ,
land and in a trade (

make some of the local real estate

men sit up and take notice) he gave a Our Grocery Company

strip of land in Zanzibar to Englandfor
" I IIIIItIIHf " iii.. IMIIIIIIIII.
Heligoland. When this was secured -
he very politely told the Ger- Two Phones: 3 and 200 :

man people that too many good sail
ors' lives were being placed in jeop- 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.

ardy by fending them around the ..

north end of Norway into the Balticsea. II

lie then placed the plans of the I
Kiel canal before the German Empirehand MIIMIMM " " , ,11111 1111 II 111111111 I'.








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IN 'IUCTIT COl'RT. SEVENTH IIICIAL IN THE CIRC'I'IT "m'RT OK THE St>--
The Churches IIKLIIT. STATK OK H.DKIIIX.OHASC.K tNTII; IHIIAI.. ('IRI'IT tit' TIlE
'III'.T\-I' roT,\Tt; lit' M.IIKIIIX HIR FORAGE GROCERY CO.
CIIItISTI.tSCIENCE: : UI.\M't.U\ IIIU\) : (;E 101':NTla '

Sunday school at 9:45: a. m. I lids in ( 1 1I I
W. G. Hriuhaw .h.n..r' Enforce: T i Lirn
Foreclosure. City of Orlan.lo A visit to our sore will make
Services at 11 a. m.; subject, Ior- va. I I you a
). 0. Kirkland alias John J..bs.To j n.
tals and Immortals." I SouthraM quarter lot of ItWk 1 of
J. It Kirkland: alias John Jan.lm: Tatrirko Srronti ,\J.litk to Orlan>. | Slemons' regular customer.
Wednesday evening service at 7:43.: It .|rarinic from the atTMavit ofV.. n Tn All Whom' It May ('onrrrn : i I Millinery r
Third floor, corner :South; Orange Itrn.haw hrrrin fll...l that the defendant J, IIKirklan.l. U|..n ai|>.lirti' n of the City Solicitor it J
alias John Jambs b a tesidentof IB hereby orilvml that on or before the lrpmfotr *
avenue and Church street. Entranceon a state and county other than this lltAl. Kill I>n, n..\l. being iH..,rml-cr 5.I I IA Fine Florida Pork lb. 15ci
that hia I.etotTh'.. ail. is Oifwchr. (:a : I II 1WIV in sail l n.urt. pint afprar In ..n.II per
Church street. that the dvfrn.lant in over the age ..f tntjr. I anniMT the lull filrj .n.I l apt forth the naturrof LADIES'( HATS
-0- one yeses and that there i I. no |..-......n In the your rmtMitixp.. intrmtn In. richU t... or I i Florida Beef lb. I Oc
.. .. J8c
to
late the. nervire i>f a .ul>|>ovna upon mhomoul.1 II.tin umn| rest. .1.1.lu.\ '" in the City nf CIIILDKEVH (HATS per
ST. LUKITH CATHKIIUAl I, .. Mm! the .1,,n.lnnl. Urlanil i and ".*..rit.,1 l in the lull a.. .Hiuthii i I
U In theri-rnre iirilcrwl that you (... appearIn quarter of lot :1 of ',".'h I uf I'atrirk' s oernnd'additk.n Salt
Mackerel
Very Kev. Henry II. Itemsen dean. the complainant. hill herein filed im ortHf.ire In llrlanilo. I I We offer a choice selection of :| Large 3 for 25c
November 14. The tWl'nttoutthSU'ltJI1) the filh ilay ..f l>w.-inlr. A U I9IIV, :' It I* further nrrr the name lama a rule day of raid rourl ful.lli.liH 1 In the South Hortli, Rvtitlnflfor anea.imter t t. ulie Velvet slats at 1200, $100, j2 lbs. Codfish for 2Sc
after Trinity. It \U further nrdireil that thin Unlit,. It* .hlill".1" hi .1.1 rap ones a weoh -
... four nuirv..1"| .. o-ifKii. frbir I.. said ruleVVIIhM I II I.Itn, $Ii,1I0, Jrt.oo. I Ittl111ltt'hI
iKililkhMl In the Behtincl. a ne<* r>ii| r puhibhed i
7till: ) Celebration of the I
a in. holy ..... I .
al ItrtaMiH In the .hl' "L Ilesnse
'I rnlr I the nhil' "III! nf .all "'' 'sit I Pork Sausage lb.
Communion. tale nf 1..I.h' i.hie a mrwh fur four nmee r lists ..M per 15c
1.00, MilII' ,
..ll"e kink.111nw. I| fnuil Ihl' Hh t'i nf ftnprhdep, N l II> 111I
Wllft a. in. Huhilay nrhonl and rnt- *. 1M\ lt.llha/e' I lerh. of nut "'!11', I iposl , II 1l ItII11Vn1IN.' I Our' ,styles are mi einiiltiiiil' I our ____ T............. "
prM roll I....,'I. ahd the soot ..r sstd 1'iitiH, al II" li.i I. c"- nil I '>uri II tit It. ''illilvl.odl. i'
11111. ,'.."tl )II.|nH..e tl "".It..,.. IhN nth 'K "' .. I Mil i II(> Xoll. Inn 'I'th'f'| tire PO. ipnanhttlilp!' \ that jnU \\ lllfthil
11 t Morning and N.I ,lH.f, A 11 I 111't 'UiPMill H' a 4.0C \'** MRS.
Hi test |brayer Per '"'N 1 M M KIIMINoIlN",, ( loth \ our elate the [tent (blare In the MARY A. COX
limn, 1'ipru'lier, ( 14'14111' It. Cobb, II? ttl1.. ltlW.\ttll, II I' i-liy fur millinery.I \ .

7i45' \ |I'. in. livening: \ |prayer and! ml|I. 111 lit fit.Orivr.I,,,thee Mhil fop\ <(
'r"l' r. M SewNII'1'ICI j Slemons' Millinery That the lutl1 nunrtl to

.
-Q==
=- Store 110 Summerlin
ri' ;
It*,>v, T. II. MiOmifcll, I U. !0.> miii- Convenient, jet quiet and Private, in u I'leuaant Planvvheie one mi, in..u \0

l Uter.W. Of Acphmliun' fur THIKrd lender that la: Exdiuive' in Jll uiiei.: Ne, k\ve4i anti !\\fluf-,
J H.{ O'Neal) superintendent Sab ;xHliou M of ('hapl i lfr \H r
|I.ats of |' ,)fidi4No.ke 110 Summerlin Place
,Lath bchool. Orlando, Fla.

Sabbath school at 915.: : is hereby given that G. Wood

Morning service at 11 o'clock; sub IlurJen, of Orlando, Fla., purchaserof

ject for the sermon, "A Fragrant tax certificate Xo. 1UI5! dated the . . . . .II.J.I..I.IIII.II..II.I. . . .IGI.I..1111..1.1..1.1. .
5th day of June A I). UUl! has filed
Blossom from Love's Garden. i sail 1 certificate in my office and has
Evening service at 7:30; topic for I I.I maJe application\ for tax deed to issue

the evening, "Reasons for Frequent ,, in accordance with law. Said certificate I THE PERFECT i
CLOSETIH
Thoughts on Things Chris>t-hke." j embraces the following des'nbed ,
property, situated in Orange count yf p .
The members of the church and
Florida to-wit: Northwest quartet a.t .
congregation will be "at home" Fri- of southwest quarter (less 1 a. squarein i

day evening, November W, at the northwest corner), section 10, town-
church parlors to Dr. ship 22 south, range :2'J:.I east. The Water Closets have been installed by u> t
complimentary
said land being assessed at the date << 'i'_ in this town four at that time i
and Mrs. :McConnell.: Friends and of the issuance of such certificate tn s ; years ago we guaranteed -
members of all other churches are invited the name of \\'. E. Martin. g.' 1} ; them for five :years against any defects or mel' 1- +

to be and extend Unless said certificate shall hec ..' ", I. anism getting out of order. \Ve could as well)) havi- '
present a ,
per- ,
sonal welcome to the new minister deemed according to law, tax de." ;" :t' : :: guaranteed them for 25: years as there has never been
i will issue thereon on the 4th day ol F i
t' i"a call for repairs since their installation and there
and his family. The arrangements ][ November A. I). 11l5.! any
will be in charge of the members of Witness my official signature; and) : never will be any. The Closet is simply perfect. Thee'r'etr :

the Ladies' Aid Society.UMTAIHAN seal this the 3rd day of Octoher.-\t Wi 145T r' tank contains nothing but air which answers as an

CHURCH 1915.Seal..) H. M. ROHINSON .1L air cushion, thus making the Closet noiseless, and at

Corner Central avenue and West Clerk Circuit Court. Orange the same time preventing any water hammer in pipes
street. County, Florida. I which is very annoying all through the house. Where

u: water is being measured through a meter it will save
Kev. Eleanor E. Gordon minister.
-
4 "' ? the price of itself in a short time as it is impossible for
school at 9:45.: <'
Sunday[ church 11 o'clock S. Helen Graves 4- "'; :w it to leak or run water only when you operate it. Water
Morning service, ; !"
a a .' -ri < closets' have been a great source of annoyance to the
< ,
subject of Fermon, R tl Letter 1 Days. .
( "
Shampooing, manicuring facial' and ,'' Plumbing trade, even more so than to the public, anti
Unity Circle Wednesday nfternoun. l" Nh' nla..agt' MM Ip triMlmcnl for I feel satisfied that n great of friends will
Paper\ by Mr[ *. Edna: Howe' on f u Hi nit hair KM.!! ." under modernndrnlllir y ;/ 11 many my ;
with me on that point, but the American has
.t' agree
;
Henry Ford.Them1 fit| I n"'llt t| iK Mt trriilnicnl _( ,
for name lint elvrn tnllril MtlUCurl ... solved. the problem. Coino and see' it nt our showrooms
cervices ate fur till l\hn me l >' rr..ulltt. M I>' nH hllt'l'\'lIh.
.
"ltt' lirlnit hark I lie >nlhful IIIII"'lIr| |
''nr'' tit jour lornur wlf, hy "tct <.ltlII'I| I

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or trade run successfully find[ A buyeror on aptillt'allon.ttitiainllnrnl, run | F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUBMING CO. il ilCOHNKU

trader without the aid of>> the Sen uindo by phone liTH. hours from t thi 'I> the \\mlilV funnlfHt fMi"'(', ".\ Pair I of

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1.\--\ ; One!'Kees I a)1Ty-slays :_::::::3 SENTINEL WANT ADS ARE READ BY 10,000 PEOPLE I'or ::.I" thF: __ .} - I


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FOR IIXTXe: \\ 5 room bungalow MISCELLANEOUS Delivered every day-Elder Spring
I' well furnished with $:!UO needle Water. See or phone Geo. T. Hull &
i bath. Apply Dr. Pillan.s No. :a North Company, I: I Orange avenue. 11-13-fit: LOST-Small open faced watch on 10-lG-tfe.
pin between Lake Lucerne and the
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I FOR HENT-\'er desirable furnished Empire hotel. :Monogram L. U. L. on : Umbrellas:! recovered and repaired
I room, all modern conveniences -, back. Return to Orlando Bank and I "while you wait." ax Vounff's Repair
with private family, close in; Trust Co. and receive reward. I Shop, 21 E. Pine St.
connecting bath if desired. :305 East 11-3-tfc I
Church street. 11-13-Ulc : FOR SALE
LAWN MOWERS sharpened and I SELECT XUKSERY STOCK- Sour\
: repaired at Orlando liicycle and orange and grapefruit i seedlings.
FOR RENT-Room: 11\2S feet, suit I
J< 10-8-lmoc | at T. Mahl.y'n.: lliawas.m.
Repair Shop. Court St. I Ii Apply : Oi
able for ,
carpenter plumbing or II
I by mail to C. J. Viotorcvn, tar route.11.13.12t' I
paint shop; room 16x21 feet for warehouse -
; also! some storage pparc. 10 i HUYEHS AND SELLERS |; I

Eait: Church ntrcet. I'hone 417. I I buy, sell, rent, and exchange real FOU SALT: oi EXCHANGE; : One A fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on

t 11-l.V.ttc I estate.! Have resided in Orlando, .'h,., I upright Mnthurhck: pinno. in excellent -
- Aver 30 yearn. Have handled over (condition K'">d &III n\v. \\'out.lpxrhnntrv
FOR RENT: : OR 511.1-'loss: six $20.000,000. Call and ire me. for car or \'IIIIh. AddiconI5 S. West St. $2200.

room house, with bath, gas nndtlwtricity. KMl-nm F. A. LKWYEtt. .)\ 7, I'Vi'iiinKu. !l-'la. I 11 i II :it'11'AN'rFll
l In Vest Robiimon. u\v- I! I II

p title Also several small, i places.1 TKACY & Stl1Eli1'II.f.B--Carpen: : |" : -J'"IIIo vvnntc.1, I dy Arid.1I l ldlr -
Trrm*. H. unite Perry, tit the WjittrWoik tern and caliini-t mukem. Scnn I nt,-.I| lady of It.MIII) fluuiM-tfi
*. 11.1:1: It: doors and! windows, frames, nUfpintrI'oicheii tuk rh.tri!;" ..f looming house ifr I
counters, shelving. showcases imi'Mt'H' dtxhiitory. Ai.li| ,-..... :Mi<..
refrigerators, ulterutionii, and I C. A. HOVEY
\ FOR RENT: Attractive\ lushness' J. K. I. nut' Si'iitini'l otfu-t
iulit| ion*. We keep' n number of 11.14.1tCON.SI'II'
FOR HALF: toMlIn.. See II. It. Berry, nL the 11-11)FordGarnpu. l-tf skilled workmen constantly on hand i'' I

-- 18 lust:. Church atn-t-t. 10-17-lmo* I TIOUH: CARK: : KIMa

FOU .SAI.I: on mNT-lIy: UWIl'r. ullfW run{ JIXT-I.nrvtt: : room Rflo.1! location 1- ---- -- I limited number of !pfimin I''IUI-'
modem buillfuloW, With six <')Io"e in. Apply :212: I E.: Jurk- Drink) Elder: Spring Water. See or ant IUOIIIM in new home .ModemcnienccM. eon-
larj-u riHiniM hull, bath, and! \sithifiyroiufulllire HOII, or phono .JOlt| ll10iitcWANTKI phone iro.; T. Hull & Company' flock \, lluusfkfcpmir, i.x.tiipieferitil. If I
tn make a durable hmiu1; liMinjr.: ; Phone 10:;. 10-Kt.tfc ). :\1!'rO. ifitMidf; '' :SIMInuriio. \ .
nice lot di'Mirublu Im-utmn war lutKuChcrukf -- -- -- i N high/ Htifft. t-nsi IIi'( I La.k.IJola. .'
,,; prjrc/ reasonable I I ; house n I MrlA: BUSINESS: of planting : till I I .-mi 110- I
will lit i-uinplftfd I latter part nf .'0- citrus tl'(,(,". All tires I sit Kuurnnli --- -- -- --
Aim lia\e nil % Eli. ,|I. ".'tlte fur >iicen. Jinx 2: :r 2,
KNUII -
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WANTKUT";! list nil k.mU; of | .it.prty i Lt11.4 -incl I 11 111 "
J. < -c cI
tugu uiiii u ftinulli'r buiii slow, with. f ir nle or rent. I um having tlcocc. Fill. _. i9-itI-imoc E tl :..! .
and terms to sod !purrluterr.lave \ -- - I
price innnp( uppliciitioiiK f"r liouneK.' fur
uli'" several rUlllhlu'III'M'II1. tor nihe! nil.I unfurni..!luil." 1 1 will\! t he A coon; IXVISTMI\T: :
11"1", Till
rent \ildiC Kentucky glad Cut ttlmt luve. Mrs.II. lit (hat will guaranteed
. 1'IwneI.r1t . /;. to you one yield HJnmmr
PltlMUM << I.Illhtiido. It. 1A'oII.I : .a:, llant Pin street, I for tin -"ors. \\C! luindlc In-
M lino' I'hnn17! '. lO-tot.lw-lI"o- mine invcutmrnl-i. yielding H i>rr cetit j
---- "I __ __ .___ 4 net .t'ltulu'Iy. Heal I KolntcMoH : 11".1,,.
.\ $:I,i01): () ) IWLU.11N((; -I --- : iier"' and l lnnuiVour III\'III\"IU'
A wnnD rouli onp
\VAN'Tit: ipjrlxtpr.
Unit, Ieglhters. fir, to ft.1 Mtit I .. I Is' h?air) shoal )IrI.1| | S \per rent
KI'III'rlult KIII\,1 | '...
Ten tine > Miiitf{ ,, in I'lorl.lii. A. II. t'us'k& ( OILHId
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\tl.lr" ('Aa41 Ilatlstir
two uh room ciiUlik'f "".II'I\\h\ !""*!!*"! chl 'X' 1'111"11'1': \1",1, 11-loIitW'AN'T:1) _=-o =_ =::
Mini lli, ,MM .*; sii ll u dilly. trym I .' =-=-
1'tt IMItU / .
limit". Jii-t "If brick i-m.l. : A .!tlln( IHrsa. M. ,1, : I'Ulll.ir. \\lilt Nrii) I mislaya -
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city ldlw,01l, 11rNrlll I 1111\1.. 11I.1", >!|it'fiiilly of ilrpili. 1IIIII'tlrlllttt.:
OWN'KII) .P. o. iux) two tll'illl&'tI avenue.' II-II-lh': :{ Irasrs, vtiiitrtiftH., *"! '. l'iir \tiy i" u'- Cement Anatite- Plaster and Lime
It-U-i hue ------- miimlile, Ir". II, II, LtniU, I lf "lUiaiI'm : ,
lots un WANTIIhOne:- dfcond hand safe, in ? stem I Phone 170: 11-U-lniiH ------T"- -------- -- -- --
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FOIl HALKThrtB: gOull McDowell) ,
good condition M I. A.
|Hioh{ 'wootl avenue, near Luke laloe11'ill bargain : i Mr.Nclll & Da\U: UMg., Orange avenue. CJKM: T, II Irl.l' ('I). r --
sell wr|>urttt" If desired A U-13-3tc: : I i
if taken wt once, us the owner I Phone 10.1. Rock Itldtf., Room 3.
1 at 6 1.:. Cull and tWO us if interested in real
Imjuiic
the
need money. 1U30lni'FORALIlilt BOOKKEEPING: : -Wanted, by wn experienced estate.: Buy, hell or exchange prop
,
street
Church
bookkeeper who has part erty. Rentals carefully attended to. ,
Buick good of his time disengaged, either to keepa U-D-lmoc
27 ; set of books or prepare b..lunces.
Write Box 567.
9-23-tfc condition. "Bookkeeper," Box till, city. FIRST CLASS Parisian Dressmakerand

ll-13-3tc designer. Will take engagement -

FOR SALE-FOR RENT-Houses, LOST by day, or at home. Tremont
hotel. 1196NPAPER
furnished and unfurnished. Also
some splendid lots. Call and see what ,
I have to offer before you buy or LOST-On :Monday, October 25, be- HANGINGFor '
rent. Mrs. II. B. Leake 45 East Pins tween Robinson Springs and Orlando $7.00 I will paper any ordinarysize A Bath In A Tea Kettle
I'hone 179. via east road between :Maitlandand
street or 312 Broadway. room. Over 500 selections to
10-8-dw-lmo* Winter Park, one Fisk red top choose from. I do painting also at
34x4 automobile tire mounted on rim. reduced prices. Phone 261, or dropme
HUt SALE-A MONEY MAKER A communication from the finder will a postal and I will do the rest.G. is a long way from the luxury of plenty of hot water. Aside from the waste of time
Furnished 14 rocm House, on crick be greatly appreciated by D. A. Cheney C. Schultz, Box 385, Orlando.
street, arranged for light housekeep I Orlando, Florida. 10-29-tf 1-10-31-lmo* and temper in waiting for the kettle to heat it's a mighty poor way to get hot water.
ing. Splendid location; large lot.
Ave. __ --- ---- --- -- --- .- -- --- do not realize the
Terms. Owner, 1C W. Concord - --- And yet lots of folks still put up with this annoyance because they

9-:>-2mo I PROFESSIONAL CARDS I! economy of a Gas Water Heater.

FOR SALE OR RENT-Nice home.furnished _
bath, sleeping
ten rooms
porch; well located; only two blocks Worthington BlackmanATTORNEYATLAW A Gas Water Heater
from business center; desirable neigh- ROBINSON & BEARDALLATTORNEYATLAW i
borhood. Apply F. G. Rush.

11-6-tfc Means Comfort, Economy, ConvenienceIt's

FOR SALK-Kare opportunity; six I Phone 617
room bungalow, lot 62 l- x_OO, No. 4 West Pine Sreet i
fruit, chicken house, barn; splendid ';Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck the best and easiest way to get hot water-especially after your furnace fire is
to apply on purchase
location; rent i
price which is low in order to make Phone 161 j worth Building. out.

sale. Apply 504 Magnolia. .
11-11-61 Tie a string on your finger as a reminder to drop in at our office today and let us

.FOR SALE CHEAP-A very fine DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW I talk it over with you.ORLANDO.
tent almost new. Can be seen at Victor Starbuck I
403 Boone street._11133t'FOR

SALE-One new 1916 touringcar ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Phone 72
body, top, windshield and lamps.A .
bargain. Act quick. Ford 11-13-tfc Garage, Phone 161 Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8- WATER & LIGHT CO I
200 South Orange avenue.
Davis & McNeill Bloc
FOR SALE OR RENT Dandy little No. 6 W. Pine SI. Orland. Fla GAS DEPARTMENT

farm adjoining city, with good, new
house and completely stocked, on I F. A. PEPPERCORN
"
easiest!': terms. Address "Snap, this
office. ll-13-8t*
-- -- BUILDER and CONTRACTOR

FOR; RENT I Phone 37IPLUMBING
-- -- R. RAY WHITE I

FOR RENT-A good ten room un-
furnished house, with modern conveniences ATTORNEY-AT LAW
and well ventilated; just the
thing for a bodrding house; located in Room 44
a prosperous, growing town. Applyto I SALLAS & SALLASI
\\'. L. Story, Wnter Garden Fla. Watkins Block Orlando, Fla. I
ll-30-tfc. I 208 Boone Street -- ..

TOR m'XT-nt the season, month, Phone 597. -- ----- -+- -- - - -- --- -

or year, one upstairs flat for light I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU 11111111111111111111111' 1111 11111111111111111111111111111
housekeeping\ ; also other rooms, and
electric lights and bath inhom.
garage Percival
Hutton
..>. Apply 300 East Cone rd nve. IL.
910tfcFOU DR. N. L. BRYAN

j 137 Liberty St., New York, N.T I Ii

UF.XT Nicely furnished room!' DENTIST: H
In, flewmodern home; >nc:-luilfMi i ARCHITECTMcNeillDavia
*.k from Anderson Mn-vt, near :St.\ IMx.no 716 SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES H
Lukr'- hoipital. ReiiKonable rate> for II : Building, Orlando ,
elII' .+.n. 4l6( J Margaret: !<'tir -t. Rooms 2 and fl-
Florida.
10 M.i: 1 tfM YowellDuckworthSURVEYING Uhlg
: ; OCOEE FLORIDA
I Member: F. ,
A. A.
: IIIIIJ.KI\ >KRfiAlTEN: : : primary
room First Methodist church; telephone -
:!:.!J1. or cull 14 East Jackson
IM"l't. 10.20-tfc I Dr. F. F. Thompson

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Full RENT Light housekeeping
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+ieuoii r.Himulso, ; ;no .Aildren\flat, ;if electric taken by lights the, l'lating and Sub-Dividing J 1 DentistFormerly All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape

city water Phone a i.. }ath.J. 10 Terms West! Concord reasonable PROMPT AND ACCURATE of New York fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest

ll-2-12tc WORK
avenue.
115 SOUTH ORANGE .. .. .. ..
prices .. .. ..
FOR RENT Furnished, pleasantsuite HAL A. IRISHCivil Over Curtis & O'Neal's
of light housekeeping rooms,

r on first floor; bath in connection; electric Engineer

lights and telephone; garage if tgy,.

desired; private family. 312 North 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando Fla.
main street. 11-2-lmo
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RENT furnished Phone 72

close FOR in. rooms 302:-North,Large with Orange private pleasant avenue.family, ,Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest


11-7-lmoc 'I Paul V. Hutchins DR. U H. RAMSDELL prices, to the above address

FOR RENT-:i suites of new light OPTOMETRIST
housekt'epingrooms, with all conveniences Attorney and Counsellor at Law ORLANDO, - FLORIDA ,
; pleasant neighborhood:
near Lola: park; a sunny, "homey" i "E FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
place; 41-2 blocks from postoffice. Davis & McNeil Bldg AND DO ALL KINDS OForncAj. '
307 East Pine 11-13-61 11111111Foorr f MCMIIItMIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIM
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Watch for Neil of the Navy. He is
coming. 11-11-tf

an Rev. E. Lee Smith will preach at
Campbell's Station tonight and toorrow. -

errsINCORPORATED .

Savings checks are good as gold
Ask for them whenever you buy any-
thing! 11-11-tf 1

Mr. Albert Jenkins arrived las!)
f 1893 Prepare for
evening from Chicago to spend several -
days with his family.Go .

THE
to Mrs. Cornish's Tea Room fora


I STATE BANKOF Mr.good and turkey Mrs.dinner D. B.today.Sphaler 1-11-14-ltc who "THE"[ AUTUMN Of LIFE"By [


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have been spending several weeks at
(; ORLANDO Pelion, S. C., are expected home to-
I
Twefcty-two years* experience in the affairs of day..
Banking enables us to measure and meet the -
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus. 5c.
needs of our customers.The 1818tfMr. saving a definite
management of this bank has endeavoredto

pursue a progressive policy, to be liberal in Randolph Robinson arrived last amount each week. We L
its treatment, and adhere strictly to the legiti- evening from Jacksonville to spend]
mate lines of banking. Sunday with relatives and friends in have several plans. Letus

THE SAFETY AND CHARACTER OF Orlando. them
explain
THIS BANK IS REFLECTED IN ITS
DEPOSITORS. Take Sunday night supper at the '
Cornish Tea Room. Tonight from '
5 to 7 o'clock. 1-11-14-ltc -'-
Officers

LOUIS C. MASSEY _________________PresidentT Mrs. Blanche McDowell arrived in
PICTON WARLOW __________VicePresidentS.
Orlando last evening on a visit to her
WAT.ERS; HOWE ___________________Cashier The
Mr. and Mrs.
parents, E. B. Wherry, Peoples National Bank"It
S. A. NEWELL __________________Asst. Cashier 106 East Central avenue.

Is A Pleasure To Serve You"IMIIIIMIMillMIMIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIillll
Turkey dinner at Orland Cafe, 50
cents. 1-11-14-ltc

Mr. S. P. Coates, of St. Petersburg,
spent yesterday in Orlando in the interest -
of the Corrugated Sheet Metal

company, of Wheeling, W. Va.


Turkey dinner at Orland Cafe, 50
cents. 1-11-14-ltc

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Dimmitt arrived -

Have You Noticed? from Cynthiana in Orlando, Ky.yesterday, and are afternoon locatedon . MMIIKiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiMiiiiiiineMinnimiMiiiuiiiM

Hughey street for the winter.

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Impossible to keep Haynes or Hup- Try the turkey special dinner at
Orland Cafe today, 50c. 1-11-14-ltc
mobiles on the floor. Better order
Mrs. R. L. Hart, who has been visiting -

now. her sister, Mrs. L. L. Terry, at
505 South Lake street, left yesterday
afternoon for her home in Tampa.


Haynes-Hupmobile Salesroom Try the turkey special dinner at SPECIAL .1_
Orland Cafe today, 50c. lllUltcSenator

J. E. Buxton and Mrs. Cliff
- reached Orlando last evening from Hudson 33 Touring Car

Rutland, Vt. They are now at the
pretty Buxton home on Lucerne Cir-
cle. Excellent Condition


Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, Sc.
1 tS-18-tf $325.00

." Watch for Neil of the Navy. lie is
,. coming. 11-11-tf

Mr. M. B. Davis, commercial agentof

with the headquarters Louisville! & Nashville in Jacksonville railroad San Juan Garage Company

New Ford Home spent yesterday of his road.in Orlando in the interest *


Now Open Fish and ofttU received dally Orlando-Daytona '
II. M. Self & Co 1-10.6-tfc

:20'J-ll South Orange Avenue Savings/ checks are accepted na cash
In the savings department of the
Telephone :3(58FOKD ( People National Hunk, l1-l1.tt


ACCESUitirTIItES Mr. W. F. Davit and wife and Mr.
Chas C. Davis arrived in Orlando last " "L . . . . . .. . ,... .MMMMMil......1111.1.11I..*....,. . . . . ....

FILTERED GASOLINE, OIL evening from Derry, N. II., to spend

e FREE FILTERED AIR the winter at their pretty home, 615 11111111111111.1.1.11'1111..1..11.1.,1..1. .'MHO
Lexington avenue, Concord Park
'Make this Ford Home Your Ford Home."
L. J. MUSTARD, the chiropodist.Office Who Will Be Your Executor?
over McElroy's drug store.
F. G. RUSH l-ll-6-12tc .
: ANSWER NO. 2
Don't miss the opening night at '
the: Lucerne Wednesday, No\ember : Your estate may be materially impaired as a
17, starting with "Adventures of J. : direct result of the appointment of an executor : 4.
Rufus: Wallingford and two other
m reels. Five and ten cents. i.. or trustee.

: When an individual is appointed 4 :! :
---- Mr. and Mrs. Geo. LaFontain, Miss
111111'1111111111111111111111.'I'II" " " " LaFontain, Miss Vera Hollenbeck, and : The financial responsibility is generally weaker. r t2 'r+. hIt

Messrs. Geo. T. and L. G. Hull, will : is usually provided in wills that the person 3'-
motor to Daytona Beach this morning nominated to serve as pcutor shall be excused '' '
: to spend the day on the seashore. from giving bonds. I

Have Your Christmas : When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense .
RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one : of the estate, and then only partial security s.f' r ,
hour, 12 miles for 30c. 8-28-tfc I
against loss is provided. -' , l '
Selections ReservedThe Young men s suits, ooys Norfolks : When a Trust Company is selected- _:, ; =
all styles and fabrics; juvenile \estee '
suits and blouses; full line peg trou- : The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility j Pr )
sers; hats; children's and boys furnishing I is secured.
payment of a small deposit on any article will insure goods. J. C. Anno, the Boys' .
its being held for you until you want it later on. Clothier, 45 West Church street. A bond which has behind it the entire financial r
11-11-4tc strength of the Institution is always filed with J
This plan gives you the privilege of selecting from I
the Probate Court .t nn rnit to the estate. 4+
our stock while it is still complete without anticipatingyour
readiness to pay. Mr. II. II. Dickson left yesterday Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue 'l I '

We invite you to take full advantage of this offer, afternoon over the Coast Line for Atlanta of this newspaper. ,a,
and to come and see whether or not you wish to purchase. Ga., where he will spend a week
with his sister, Mrs. J. C. Carlisle,
and attend her golden wedding anni- Come in any time and freely ask for further f

versary. information on this vitally important subject. _'
You are always welcome, and our offices: are always
ijr
_
glad to advise. /
Before you part with your money.see .
Oscar Hand & Son's immense

T.D.EVANSJE'WELER stock and get DoctorsBuekiiiaslcr their prices. 11-14-ltc s The Orlando Bank & Trust Company



& Brandt! Orlando Florida


Personal instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Still! Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
tt Kirksville Mo.
132 S. Orange Ave.. above People-
-........ National Bank. Phone 1'R78.' "'11.1111.llllln.'IIII'.IIIII..I.II..I..I.1 '111111111111111111111'as



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