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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 16, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00562
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'_THE MORNING SENTINELVOLUME




THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA TUESDAY. NOVEMHER 16, 191;.. NUMBER 238.




ALLIED FLEET IS PREPARED TO STRIKE





A SMASHING BLOW IF GREECE WAVERS



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VIEW WITH! PARIS AN EXPEDITION BOARD TRADE CONDEMNS DARDANELLES
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EDITOR EUSTIS EDITOR'S TACTICS S SA l U S WILL DEMAND


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"THOSE NOT FOR US AGAINST US"I PLANNED -- A LEGITIMATE THAT G. B. KEEP
The
j I following resolution was unanimously Woods, in allowing and permitting the

endorsed by the Orlando publication of these malicious articlesand I
| ')Var Minister Declares That I'(Board of Trade last night: I injurious photographs in a newspaper

Close Union Between Allied EGYPT "Whereas, Clarence E. Woods, of of which he is editor has nol WAR GAMBLE HANDS OFF

.. Armies in Balkans I Eustis Fla., editor of the Eustis Lake only violated the principles of the

Region, has printed in that newspaper Central Florida Highway Associationbut

Is Needed CORRESPONDENT AT CONSTANTINOPLE articles and photographs misrepresenting has in a corresponding degree betrayed -
> ______ the actual conditions of Or- : the trust and faith of Floridian SAYS CHURCHILL IN TilE DO NOT MOLEST THE WIN-

Paris, Nov. 15.-A warning to REPORTS ange county brick roads put down at journalism and darkened the HOUSE OF COMMONSYESTERDAY NEBAGO SAYS U. S.

Greece was uttered by Lord Kitchenerin TURK ENTHUSIASM: a cost of $600,000, resulting from a I ethics of the newspaper profession.

an interview with Emile Hinzelin, recent unprecedented rain storm; be it further resolved that a copy of STATE DEPT.ORIGINAL .

I Thief editor of the France De'.lan, "" 1ereas, he has circulated copiesof I this resolution be dispatched to the

who talked with Lord Kitchener who PRIESTS ADVOCATE WAR TO DEATH the Eustis Lake Region in various president of the Florida Press Asso- PRIZE IS OF INESTIMABlE VALUEHad L E PLANS ARE ABANDONED

later is about to depart from Eng- parts of Florida and in other sec- ciation requesting that his relations

land for the Orient. Declare German Kaiser a Mes tions of the United States, bringing with that organization be severed.
"One thing that has been lacking in disrepute upon Orange county's brick Aside from the passage of the Reasonable Chance to Win State Department Intends to

the Balkan expedition," said Lord senger of Mahomet and roads, and by the use of these articles above resolution, which was unani- on That Basis-Leaves Speak Harshly' to John Bull
I Kitchener, ""has been close connection Plan Capture of All and photographs has sought to dis- mously endorsed by such citizens as

! between the armies operating at the North Africa rupt the public mind and to bring dis- Messrs. Overstreet, Barnes, Reese, for the BattleFront About Shipping

different fronts." cord into those counties voting upon Howard, Robertson, Dean, Dow, Sim- Regulations

Regarding the Balkan neutrals, Rome Nov. 15.-The Tribunas' Con bond issues for the betterment of the mons, Watson, Holbrook, Cheney,

j Kitchener's advice is: stantinople correspondent reports that state of Florida; and Christ, Woodruff, Fort, Howe, Hau- I London, Nov. 15.-Before starting Washington, Nov. 15.-The state

"Don't let us say neutrals; rather German successes have revived the "Whereas, his attacks upon Orange selt, Rose, Knox, King, Walton, Brad- I for the' front to join his regiment, department has abandoned its origi-

I let us demonstrate that our victory i is hopes and enthusiasm of the Turks. county's brick highways are absolutely I shaw, Patterson, and many others, Lord Churchill defended himself in nal intention of "making a request"of
certain nad say that those who are not Moslem priests indefensible and at the same time the Board of Trade endorsed the the house of commons today againstthe Great Britain to permit the Winne-
are now preachin
for us are against us." war to the death. rankly malicious, unfair and unjust; "Florida First" advertising proposition charge that he was responsible, bago, owned by the American Trans-

K. These words, say the interviewer, They continue to tell of the therefore, II I which was previously endorsed by when first lord of the admiralty, for Atlantic Steamship company, to pass
I bad a particular reference to Greece, of approaching "Be it resolved by the Orlando the executive committee and presented the British failures at the Dardanelles unmolested from Buenos Ayres to
conquest Egypt, Tunis
and Hinzelin adds that the slightest Libia, Morocco, the Caucasus, and Board of Trade, that his practices, I at the recent meeting of the South and at Antwerp.As New York. It has decided instead to

suspicion* of a Greek attack would result India, and also proclaim the Kaiser a methods, abuse, literature and unwise Florida Chamber of Commerce. The to the Dardanelles' he placedthe make a "demand" on Great Britain

in the Franco-British squadronra.shing messenger of Mahomet, saying that publicity be condemned. i endorsement of this valuable means responsibility squarely upon expert that she leave the vessel alone, providing -

I SalonikL his name is mentioned in the Koran "Furthermore, insomuch as Clar- of advertising Orlando throughoutthe military advisers. He still insisted it is first satisfied that the ves-
as
He states that the Greek govern Muhib ul Islam.A ence E. Woods has violated the prin- North for a cost of about $300 however, that it was "a l legitimate sel is entitled to full American rights.In .

I ment is rightly" open to suspicion. She is ciples and underlying motives of the \?as unanimous.The war gamble, for the prize was the meantime the departmenthas
great expedition being
asked the. ally vs to land troops there, against Egypt in which organized Turks-, constitution of the Central Florida reports of various committeeeswere of inestimable value, which had a asked attorneys for the TransAtlantic -
I he says, and thfc-i declared that she I Highway Association which reasonable chance of
Bulgarians, Germans and Arabs will was orig- heard and accepted. The new winning on that company to prepare a form '
(would remain neutral unless Serbia participate. inally organized for the bettermentof Board of Trade room in the Arcadewas basis," and he did not hesitate to ac- of representation which the company

[were attacked by Bulgaria. Preparations have already begun inAsia the good roads cause!! in the state very acceptable. It will also be cept full responsibility therefor. thinks this government should make

Finally she tore up her treaty with Minor, where German of Florida, be it resolved, that a copy used for tourist headquarters.An Likewise, in regard to Antwerp, he to Great Britain in reference to the *
[the Serbians on the pretext that Ser- and officers many have arrived. engineers of this resolution be dispatched to unanimous vote of thanks was brought out clearly the fact that Lord cases of both the Winnebago and the

fbia's, enemies were too powerful. lIon. T. Ed. Bryan, president of that tendered to Mr. II. 1.. Beeman for the Kitchener had been a party to the arrangements (lIockin .

"Lord Kitchener," concludes IlinzeIlin association, praying for his dismissal use of the San Juan hotel parlors as and at the conferenceat

"is taking assurance to Greece FLORIDA EXPORTS SIIOW BIG from membership in that body; a meeting place of the Board of Trade which plans were made for the re- LEADER; ) AMONG ELKS IS DANGEROUSLY -

[that if she fulfills her duty towards GAINS "And insomuch as Clarence E. for the past six months.4 lief of Antwerp, held at Kitchener's ILL

[Serbia the allies will protect her from -- house, as head of the admiralty Lord New York.-Arthur
C. Moreland
Tampa, Fla.-Exports from the a
[all danger. customs district of I Churchill offered the naval division national figure in the councils of the
Florida for the
I TAMPA SPECIAL ROLLS IN
month of October totalled SEVERAL IMPROVEMENTS"ON plan to Kitchener, which was accepted. Benevolent and Protective Order off

ROWDY mgTUHU8K.TI: G a gain of 100 cent $2,262,884 those for, This division, owing to its numer- -.,..IIcl.--_. .iq- ,-a--.1.-..", .-.---'J"", .in.. in... n......... A V v._"L. -
i KINK SATURDAY NIGHT October of last per over TIME" ical weakness and the overwhelming Graduate hospital of gangrene of the
year, and a balance in YESTERDAYYesterday AT THE POSTOFFICE
At the skating rink Saturday night favor of this state of $1,742,111, according strength of the Germans, was forcedto right foot. lie is the editor and pub-
I which Mr. W. E. Gore has conducted to the figures announced here flee to Holland, where it was in- lisher of the Elks-Antler, the leading-

I jn| such a gentlemanly fashion for today. These figures represent a gain at 1.20 o'clock the Tampa I Postmaster W. C. McLean has made terned. publication of the order of Elks. Two

I many months a George Brinkman of over a half million dollars over Special, the train which has provedso quite a number of improvements in weeks ago he was forced to go to the'
tame in an intoxicated condition and September's exports. popular to th traveling public, : AUGUSTINE MOTORISTSMr. hospital after he had tried treatmentat

I sought to disturb the peace of the Customs receipts for the port of rolled into Orlando over the Atlantic the Orlando postoffice, the most no- and Mrs. L. C. Elkins, Charles his home. It was said yesterdaythat

'evening. He was promptly ejectedby Tampa for the week ending November Coast Line, "on time." The train consisted ticeable among which is the installation Elkins, and Mr. W. M. Hal ton mo- an operation will be necessary to

,Mr. Gore. Later Brinkman. came 13 totalled $43,608.82 double those for of parlor and observation cars, of eighty lock boxes. He has tored to Orlando Saturday evening save his life, but that it has been deferred

(back with some of his pals, Ernest the same period of last year, and the broiler-buffet service, free reclining also put in a new "drop" to the letter from St. Augustine and spent Sunday because of his weakened condi-
|McClellan Mark McCIellan\ and chair in Orlando, guests at the San Juan dition.
a best second week in November in four cars, and standard steel coaches. depositary box, the principal feature
Red" (whose name is not known), years. I The train is so operated as to provide hotel. They left yesterday to visit Arthur C. Moreland is known to
nd attempted to fight the Gores, who I positive connection at Jacksonvillewith of this being the ease with which a points farther south. every leading Elk in the United Statesas

suffered somewhat from the fracas. all trains from the West and letter or card slips and slides down an editor and orator. Before he

They were promptly arrested. These Judge Lindsey Northwest.The his new fangled "shoot the chute," or was stricken with blindness, more

which came up in the mayor's: trani leaves Jacksonville com- galvanized glide, until it rests firmlyin Geo. B. TurnerIs than twenty years ago, he had for

ourt yesterday, was continued until ing south at 9:15 a. m., and arrivesin the large years acted as interlocutor for the
receptacle wher
Given they are
[oday. The rumor which was afloatn $500Fine Orlando at 1:20 p. m., reaches Tampa President San Francisco Minstrels. He has
the Streets yesterday that a shooting at 4 p. m. North bound, leaves dposited before being sorted by the served as exalted ruler of San Fran-
clerks for the mails.
fray had occurred at the skating Tampa at 12:45 p. moo arrives Orlando Another is a cisco lodge and of New York lodge

Irink was false. The skating rink 3:22, Jacksonville, 7:30 p. m. "life preserver" for the' clerks in the OFS.A.A. No. 1, and was a leader in the move-
office. In place of having to stand all
aters only to the best class of people On the train yesterday were Mr.J. ment to improve the ritual. He is
nd not to rowdies. Denver, Colo., Nov. 15.--Juvenile N. Brand, general superintendent, I day on the tile or stone floors, Mr. the author of the ritual adopted in
McLean has had them New York Nov. 15.
,
-George B.
Judge Lindsey was today adjudged and Mr. E. :M.: North,' assistant general I carefully covered 1883 and still in use by the order.
CIRCUIT COURT guilty of "wilful and malicious' con- passenger agent, of the Atlantic with some "soft" plank, which Turner, treasurer of the South At- Prior to his illness he had no tmisseda

Circuit court will convene Decemebr tempt" of court by District Judge Coast Line. will make life more easy for those lantic Association, was chosen president session of New York lodge in more ,
who have to attend to Uncle Sam's of the Amateur Athletic Unionof
with Judge Perkins presiding. Perry and was ordered to pay a fine ;.than twenty years. He is sixtyeightyears
business in the office. the United States
the
of Now if Mr. at annual
$500 and old
costs. today.
HARD LOOKING: CHARACTERS :McLean would
only have a public meeting today.
Judge Lindsey was cited for
con- Chief Smith has his eye on several building erected, he would make a lie was elected by a plurality ofse.en
MPORTANT CONFERENCE C E tempt for refusing to testify as to
what Neil Wright, son of Berta hard looking characters around the I killing and perhaps secure a life time votes over George F. Pawling, 70TH BIRTHDAY Y TODAYCapt.
Wright tried city who have arrived during the past job, if the patrons of the Orlando president of the Middle Atlantic As-
for slaying her husband
-
Washington, Nov. 15.-A. Bruce had told Lindsey. few days. The cold weather North is II j postoffice were the only ones who sociation. .
Bielaski chief of the bureau of investigation I sending the hoboes across the line. I)would have a say in the matter. B.1.: Robinson steps uponand
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of the department of justice 1---- ---: -- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH "' U
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GREAT AMERICAN NEGRO IS needless to ; he will receive
left tonight for New York wheree I Dear Member and Frit'nd-This
DEAD I Clermont Explosion Wrecks Mill 1 'he heartiest congratulations from a
will confer tomorrow with John week is being observed: as "Home
large circle of
very friends and
I
acquaintances -
thon, the editor of the Providence, 'I coming Week) by your church. We
Tuskegee, Ala., Nov. 13.: -Dr. Booker throughout Orlando and
1. Journal concerning the discloses -
And Injures Manager Brantleythe hope you are planning to be present
T. Washington, the most noted Orange county. lie is in excellent
made Dr. Joseph Goricar, for-
by every night, beginning Tuesday, the health and_ his_ __ snirib_ _____
Negro the United States has I torlav n__ _?.In_ rln"ht_____
ner Austrian consul to this country.It everproduced 16th. You cant afford to miss these
is understood the department has died here yesterday after- As the workmen were leaving the I shaft before help reached thq I meetings-and your church needs you. I will be in keeping with the occasion,
I which will be observed
his
the result of by court
noon
breakdown.
een assured by Rathon that it will nervous plant of the Clermont Lumber Dr. T. F. Hendon, of the Florida Con-
house friends and
> put in personal touci li ith. Goricar. lIe had just returned from New York ufacturing at Clermont Ian-I spot.Mr.. Brantley'a wounds were dressed vention, is with us. You will be county officials
where he attended company particularly. Capt. Robinson
the was
_ annual
meetingof
--- A and the broken left thrilled and helped by his
leg was set great -
by messages.
CAUGHT WITH STOLEN WHEEL the American Missionary association I Lake ('ountat noon )"esterdaone I born in Russell county, Alabama, November -
the local physician, Dr. Childs, after Roll call every night; do be
I A number of bicycles have mysteri- and national Conference of the of the 175 horse power boilers became 16, 1845. He came to Orlando -
( j which he was placed in an auto by his I present to answer to your name! The in the
busly disappeared in Orlando during Congregational churches. He had overcharged with steam and exploded. {i I'I brother, Randolph Brantley, and services next Friday night and Sunday early seventies and con-
the past several weeks and all efforts gone to a New York hospital for I Parts sequently is one of Orange county's
of the boiler were hurled over j brought to McEwan's sanitarium in will be something unusuaL Your
|>n the part of the police and their treatment while there but failed to 'I one hundred and fifty feet and an- i >Orlando where he is resting as easilyas church and your pastor apeal to you oldest and most beloved pioneers. He
is
|>wners to get some trace of them receive much benefit and decided to other boiler next to the exploded one ; could be expected. for your hearty co-operation, and president of the Orange County
ave proved futile. Mr. return home and to his work headof Pioneers' Association. He was a
Yesterday as
was turned j
completely around. Luckily, the mill building being your God is depending on you!
J. Cochran, foreman at Chase & Tuskegee Institute for Negroes. I member of the Florida legislature in
I P. B. Brantley, manager of the ;practically empty at the time of the Sincerely, your pastor,
1884-85 and
ompany's packing house in this city. He was about fifty-eight years old. plant, who served under the Confed-
was at work on the roof i accident, no other injuries occurred, EDWARD T. POULSON.
hose wheel was stolen from his placef of the mill : erate flag during the civil strife of a
feet
seventy-five from i although the shock was felt for a mile MOTTO:
employment about two months ago, TO TAMPA FOR K. OF P. SESSION the scene of the explosion, was !around. COOPER.TIOXE'ERY MEMBER I half century ago. For several terms

iscovered his lost property in pos- knocked from the roof and fell into I The Clermont Lumber company's DOING SOMETHING. he has been county clerk and in this
lession of Manuel Whittaker colored, Messrs. Townsend the shaft capacity has come in close touch with
King, Larson, log by which logs are drawn ]plant was burned some two months
l a he was leisurely riding down Or- and W. II. Smith are going to motorto from the lake to the mill, breaking his ;ago and the new boilers and other Eureka Chapter No. 7 meets to- hundreds of people.
ge avenue. The officers noti- Tampa tomorrow for the and I
were purposeof leg suffering other minor inju-i mechanical
parts were being tested night for the
3ad' and Manuel now languishes in participating in a big K. of p.1 ries. Brantley, in his injured condi- :, :for the first time when the accident degree of mark purpose and of conferringthe Fashion and fiction magazines for
past master December. Curtis &
Durance vile. meeting at that O'Neal, book
city tomorrow tior., alone and unaided climbed from ''I i occurred.
several
1 1 ; upon candidates. stationery and music store.

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RAIL EDITOR WOODS TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY I IJ J tLr


South Florida Sentinel INTEGRITY(St. Petersburg Timesl! LOST-A diamond-bar pin single" I: .. SEED BURNINGand
stone in center, Sunday. Rewardfor I
of thE
MX>RHJM AND WEEKLY Editor Clarence E. Woods 313
return to :Mrs. S. A. Johnson.
.'_ fil.ENN .. _ .. ....Edlli takes in
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M. Eustia Lake Region, space North Orange avenue.
I. F.S'I\r.TOS H.llin. n lriEntwd
this issue of The Times for a defenseof l1-lfj-.n-1 and field seed from our store.Ye are telling V'-u
st the pontoffire .t Orlando. Florid why should buy your garden
you
horse" ,
SALE-Good buggy
Sfwond Claw Mail M ttrr. his part in the Pinellas countyroada FOR i old deteriated seed. Testing seed .,
burn
w let- harness. Also Victor, large talking through the columns of this paper that we our
SUBSCRIPTION RATES campaign, and in a personal machine, with horn and about 450; disc II good thing but burning them makes doubly sure you will get fresh good sound

Da&l" I Year .......... .............. 15.00 ter he explains that the "numerous records. J. A. Brailmont, Route 1. very; much about their reputation, therefore sell their
D.ity. < Month ............... ....... 2.60 concerning his integrity" ll-16-3t seed. Some merchants don't care very
Dail,., I Month .... .................. 1 26 publication I q old and unreliable seed.
Oail,.. 1 Month .,. ......... ".... ,..... 60 leads him to do so, and he i invites us 4r.
and visit him and see the WANTED-Position as housekeeperor I '\1 Italian Rye Seed, Ib.______________12 1.2c
...................... Sl.Ofl 'to come up ,
Weekly. I Year 'I Lake county roads. '' rienced cook white in private woman.family For by further expe- I, "" White Bermuda Onion Seed Ib.______$2.25;

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN Editor Woods well understands the information, call at 109 West Irvine White Bermuda Onion Seed 1-2 Ib.____S1.25
ADVANCETO difference between what the world- street. ll-16-3t I I Cabbage Seed, Ib_$150 to $2.30

ADVERTISERS or the American world-calls "personal Dwarf Essex Rape Ib________________lOc
Cspy ref ..plu and all .taer hand-set integrity;" that men of the finest! FOR RENT-An apartment of four 't Turnips Seeds, Ib.______________30c to 60c
..rdal.. .... ... ...dH t. .t the lI.aI.na nicely furnished rooms, separate
diet .f the. Sentinel nt later than. S p. m.lh "personal integrity" will do things in bath hot water, electric lights, gas; English Peas qt-_ 25c

.. ehanrcs day befsre f.r puI contract-IIeation....This..rdal.rule.:applies it U "politics" that they would scorn to new house" very desirable; adults Sun Flower Seed, Ib.__________________lOc
{Uvaiiabl and. will W strictly adhered .-.. do in any other realm of activity only. 604 Magnolia: ave. 11-16-tfc (Florida grown)
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the road building
Wherever county
Subscriber deairioa The Sentinel dlkcon- FOR SAL Steel grey mare mule.
dnued .boo ci notify the office in writing will on be project has depended upon an election 16 hands high, heavy built, sound stock a call.
the date expiration, otherwise it We all kinds of flower bulbs in give us
the carry
continued at the regular subscription rates and there has been a contest con and gentle, 5 years old. Geo. Wors-
notice to ;. RC..h anal
stop test has been just po- ley,
,,.,..,.
p"... Numb r .- _. 14 litical election. The present Pinellas of 11-16-3t.Orlando on the Apoka road. j I T. L. SAN

TUESDAY, :NOVEMBER 16, 1915.; roads campaign is one of the worst

examples we have seen. WANTED-Position wanted by middle I "The Drucr an J- eecl Ainu"

A grudge, nursed in secret will This paper had not found fault with aged lady of good character to PROPRIETOR
although this take charge of rooming house" or
Lake county's roads
poison the system of any person. Address, MissJ. : ;
nurses' dormitory.
o vnter had seen them. We used to bea K. I_, care Sentinel office. CITY DRUG( STOREORLANDO
They are all working for the peaceof very promising sand-asphalt convert 11-16-2t.

Europe; also the pieces.An i ourselves and we took the trou
o ble to investigate the sandasphaltroad FOR SAI.E-Dwellinj. six room. I FLORIDA I
practically new, nice condition, with
Dade"ity
work at Tarpon Springs, at "
make a '" II'
ordinary cuss can lawn, bearing citrus fruit tree. roses; '
speech, but it takes a He man to fire at Eustis and in other parts of and shrulo"ery: near lake I-ola: ; very -
Lake county. The result was that weh'came desirable location. $1.IIUII), tl'l"In:
oratory. a firm advocate of brick. Wt address! "Owm.r;' Box: :33.:: (hiuuiu. 1'. n. c. CHICKEN: sriTEU FOR SALE!
o- 11-Ifs-lmoe
convinced of the superiorityfrom Fla. CHICKEN: St ll'I'EIT ASTOR
There is no wardog so fierce as the were CAFE:, Sol in OIa'I: ; : :: n:,
evcrv standpoint} of brick; but ICKAL ESTATE: I OK EXCHANGE: ; THE DAI OUTERS; OF svrond floor. Lot, 1.11 feet t m< on
individual who has army supplies for SERVED:; : BY :My residence, corner north Orange 1
we never thought of knocking the Would! exchange $:X.ri(M, equity Jack-in TIM(: (,O) FlIJEIC: \(''t Till RSDAY:; and Robinson: avenues, containing Orange avenue liround.-\ t>i w"wdy(
sale. snnd-asohnlt roads that Eustis: and i iI.ke beautiful modern corner, home. I It KVKMXIi.: : ; SIX-THIRTY O'CLOCK. Library, Kwrptiun: Room, Den. Sewarranged, and sprayed l by under
l county had seen fit to build. --onvilU'!! for, iiiit'iu-iitiibt'n-il vat JamesM. pitryc'.uitah.e n1::NEI'IIIIIIE OLD SOLDIERS' I in;* Room, )Pining Uuoiii, Kitchen. | ground system.
The man who tries to drown his ; for subdivision. Jacksonville I I1. I lien....:. FIFTY CENTS: .\ PLATE. I'antry Grocery; Room, lavatory all Large garage and 'log cabin play
Woods not content Life Bldg.,
Florida
Editor was : Hutton etc. Will sell furnished o> un-
and
located 11-J.1. : on first floor, with bath a sleephouse I
troubles seem to think they are merely to boost his own roads, and Fla. 11-16-1t' _.atc- - ing apartment with eleven windows furni.-hed.
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I
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in his stomach. let other peoples' roads alone, as admitting --- -- ---- --- I and seven closets and storage room on I 1171m 1 I

II ideas might he
others'
that
The Chinese laundryman never objects worth something too; but he went lAN CHARLES P. DOWPRESCRIPTIONS

to your cuffs, but he draws the over into the neighboring county of A A.B. 00K1'i i

line at your kicks. Orange and proceeded to knock its ---- ---- ---

o brick roads as hard as he could. And 'WI CHRIST BUILDING : ORLANDO 'U' :

When a man says that wisdom is he deliberately misrepresented them

better than riches, he always means m the sense of publishing photos of AS AGENTS we invest money safely for our
his wisdom and the other fellow's several little spots that had to be re l
riches.A laid because of tremendous rains and customers; manage their real and personalproperty

o insufficient drainage, and played them ; look after their taxes and other obligations We place every safeguard around our prescription compounding. -

lot of others could have left Belgium up as if typical of the Orange county rentals interest and dividends. When a prescription is filled at our store there is no question -

for their health to good advantage roads generally. And Editor Woods collecting as to competency, accuracy or quality of drugs.

as Brand Whitlock did, if the was not even content with that but INVESTMENTS Mortgages and Bonds Let us fill your prescriptions.
his conceptionsof INCOME ,
found it within own
leaving had been good.
o "intrigity" to prepare and sell to FREE DELIVERYDuring

the leaders of a faction here in Pi
Don't pray out of one corner ol nellas special edition of his paper BUILDINGMATERIALS inclement weather you should take full advartage of
a '
of the other
mouth and lie out ;
your devoted almost entire.v to the mis our prompt delivery service. It is maintained for your'conveni

If memory serves correctly, neutrality representations of the roads of Or- once and we hope you will use it freely.
didn't use to be much in Greece'sline. CONSTRUCTION
ange county. The editor of the Or AND

lando Reporter-Star and Sentinel,

o ounty officials and many otrer Or-
?:
of embezzlement Lucerne PharmacyPhone
accused
A Chicago man
lando citizens whose integrity wr can and on
time worry your
cannot tell where his em- \Ve can save you money
is inferior to his own i.-is-
not think
ployer's money went. It is more than -presentationa; and vet they con- building operations. Our clients are satisfied. No. 2 Orlando, Fla.
tell
to
most men can do now-a-days
where their inucc" ...... = zr -
own goes. If Editor Woods can feel that suck .ya.cc:
I
o methods are in consonance with eitb --- -- -

The decision of war may be left to er personal or political or journalist __ __ ..:..,_ .: :--: i iI
Greek voters. Why not a referendumto "integrity" that is all right for him I

all in Europe to determine who We ourselves would feel differentlyis I

shall be recognized as winner. all. Yancey Meat Market Inc.FULLY
o o Hot Shot for Buyers! \ .

It is surprising how philosophicala The unkissed girl generally has a PAID UP
___ _____ _$15.00 I
close acre -- --
motorist becomes about the sufferings face that no one wants to kiss, any- 120 acres (stock land) by per -- T. A. YANCEY Jr. Pres and Mgr.
__ ___ _$20.00 I ,
of people who have been run how. 80 acres on lake per acre______--__-- _____ -- -- --
overlooking Lucerne______ ________$1150.00 I. ORLANDO FLORIDA '
when he is well protected by Simple diet will swell a man's Lot close to and
over ___ __ ________$250.00
Lake Eola
Lots north of -- -- ----
liability insurance. pocketbook even if it does not pro- Several Leave Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
For Our Buyers.
is "Bargains Only
Our Motto this year
------0- life.
long Florida and Western Meats
the terms to meOrlando \ I
If the old fashioned dances come
EXPLANATION: :
WORD
in again this winter, what becomes of Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables Came Etc.
: : by the confiding To the Editor:
thme $17,563,839 spent !
American people in learningthe May: I use your columns for a wordof Real Estate Co. I Special' Attention to Hotel' and Out of Town Order
whch I feel is due to aa6
explanation 1Businesa Its P. 0. BOX
tango! BRADLEY
those who assembled early at St. E. B. I PHONES Residence ((33 Cor. Orange Ave and Church St
o PHONE :501
Luke's Cathedral last Sunday evening WATKINS BLOCK
Judging from some of the press
presumably because of the anno.ncement -
stuff the brewers are puttingout i
agent that there would be an organ I II
it is strange that people will buy
with Dean
i recital In planning II
food when beer is so much more I
Remsen the details of my first service. The 1tIet
nourishing. I said to him that the order of assembly -

o of the choir would be arranged OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
Right now is the time for the while I was seated at the organ,
housekeeper to make a careful studyof something OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
where I expected to play FERTILIZERII!
marketing by reading the advertisements which should lead into the tune for FRESH AND SALT MEATS

in The Sentinel. Intelligent the entering procession-both tems to I I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

buying will save many dollars in a precede the opening invocation. DeanUemsen Fresh shipment PULVERIZED SHEEP MANURE, Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

year. honored me by thinking of I
-0- I this "something" as of far greater just in. Best for Ferns, Lawns, Flowers and Gardens.Get : and pure.
haveeverything
We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We
To have a memory for benefits' not musical value than anything that was .
yours now.Orlando in the Meat Line.
for oIT'nethee are the two pivotson I in my intention, and so by way of

which friendship, may rest strong compliment and oppreciation, kindly (
( )
a1.I. 55 e If & .
and abiding, friendships which pass mentioned it under the name "recital"in .

to the greatness of noble minds. Be making announcement of the ser Seed & Produce Co. PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET '
not like those who are more hurt and vice. I learned of his misunderstanding -

offended by an unkind word or by a only when I heard this announcement -
word meant in fun. and which escaped with those who were in attendance 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone Io6

as it were, from a cloister, unlocked at morning service. But until

for a moment by the tongue my house shall have been completed I

yea, more hurt than they ever were I! am in temporary quarters, withouta If You Do Not Believethat

pleased and comforted by a thousand I musical instrument, and with my

renewed proofs of loving friendships. library packed away in goods box MilllMliiMIIIMM;
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-Petrarch. (While I deeply regret any disappointment ; the Chalmers has power like a locomotive and rides

o that thus have been occasioned -
may
and like a parlor car, just call for a demofi ration at 14 E.
Booker T. Washington's death I I am not equipped, ,
!
brings to a close a life devoted to the j could not prepare in time for anything QUALITY Church street, or phone 223.
upbuilding of the negro race. His; that within legitimate stretching -

death is a cause for common grief. of English might be dignified by It is the only thing you can afford to pay a price for.
The negro educator and leader was the instrument at my disposal better
undoubtedly one of the most remark- adapted to choir accompainment thanto We have it in our feeds. Let us show you the best t

able before men the of Philosophical his time. In an Institutionof address very recital promising purposes.vesper" My: choir modest is just but wheat that ever found its way to Orlando. Let us formulate CUALMERS MOTOR CAR CO.

Edinburgh. Andrew Carnegie said it the beginning of its effort to be- a mash for your chickens and watch them come to

of him: "Considering what he was I come accustomed to my methods, Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr
and what he is and what he has al- and altogether the announcement was the front.

ready accomplished, the point he premature and unexpected; althoughI 14 EAST CHURCH STREET. HONE 223.

started from and the commanding position highly appreciate the complimentpaid Co.
Produce
attained, he certainly is one of me both by Dean Remsen, and The Co-Operative

the most wonderful men living or who I deeply regret that it was so little :
has ever lived." Other distinguished deserved and led to some disappointment. ; W. S. DeWitt Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447 i

54 i men have spoken of him with the I( HANCHETT. I Try A Sentinel Want Ad'H

same degree of admiration and have I HENRY G. IIMIHMMMIMIMIIIIMMIM L 1111111111111111111 1
honored him as a friend. Orlando Nov. 15, 1915.



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Funiture Sale




A1 T EVENT TO EE REMEMB


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.

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White Iron Beds Our Prices Are Lowest
,.
t" \Vt know what', what, niulvu know thnt .such fine and ..uutantlnlfor ) IIl',114' Yflu'tllll'th'r hurry If you want any of them Mattri'M-u'! for they ore going
MO little money U I, nut going to remain with u* lung I
I fast, : they are lltfhtly Molted from being wet In our warehouse during the
''l.fiO White Knamel lledn., full HZU| I recent 'hard ralnnj: they are not damaged to hurt wum of them hardly
' $2.98 notlrahtc..ftO ,

fft.fio White l Knatnel: lledn', full Mite'\ ,continuous post, - --- ---- --

$3.98 d Mattrp', nuule of the lient wlilte cottotd pxiTptlonal vnltit*at

$4rVhlte!' () '' 1'lIlttllt'll1l"I: ,-, full! flM',I'Xtrn value& at $5.69
$6.98 .
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---- --------. -- --- $1 lL.r.u MiitrtMM( mad of white (\Jltt )brut> ticking nxtru, wliiln thuy )hllllt
$U.fto' White ICiuuiu'l: lUuls 'J inch pout*, Nvi'iuK-rful Imruain at
$9.50Bed $8.49





Springs Extra Special Notice .

These 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 \Voven Springs
this sale we will give free of charge a pair of
$3.98

Good Wool NapBlankets
. $4.50 Good\Vire Springs
$3.69

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Remember you get advantage of our special low prices and a pair of
$2.50 Heavy Wire Springs
$1.98
Blankets Free.
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ORLANDO'S LARGEST STORE. "QUALITY DID IT."



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WARM WEATHER CAUSES COMIENT -

,/ IN 1'111XOInll

There are buds on the trees, evergreen .
News is greener than usual, sunshineis
as warm as it is bright, chestnutsare AN USDAL SELLING EVENT !
out of fashion, and nature lovers
and strollers are having a glorious
time of it these days, the weather be-
ing more like summer than autumn.
Daily Budget Of Items ConcerningThe
Butterflies have been a common sight
and there have been reports of bud .
Today
Town And Rollins College ding rose bushes and other growths. f
.
Honeysuckle, it is said, has been
found in bloom in several places.'! Cf
SANDSPUR THORNS L\lOU'S COURT Contrasted with a year ago the

Enthusiasm'! for the Rollins Sand Oscar Horton, colored, was'! fined same'! period is torrid. It was just the )\ and every day until Saturday are days to be carefully noted
spur! is growing.An $25 and costs in mayor's court yesterday difference between summer and win I i
advertising'! committee has been morning, after being convicted of ter, for a year ago Sunday snow was i i by our patrons, -
actively at work for the past few stealing a rowboat belonging to It.Slewert. on the ground. Weather reports were
day, and reports that although the I It seems that Horton took decidedly to the contrary It was as 1 On these' days the'C
full amount of heeded has the boat from Lake
advertising : Virginia whereit warm a* 72, thereby establishing a
not yet been nuunerll. l there remain had 'been left by the owner and, record for a day in November. fiVur +
nothing to hinder the. iucceM of ,thtuMicitUoii. after repainting/ it, placed It in Iake leg/ buck ten year Nut only was I
"
| C)lserola, the tiny the w"rmtl-t day of the month I 1ll rode
The |I.r j will appear| | weekly, on Abe Hunter was the first\ to l"I'OAr: --U was the hottest day In November\ '
Saturday (outings"/ and! will five 'the nice the repainted! l hunt and! told Mr. for ten years.11'hhte /
live IIPII"Q news in !area, i"u
form.livvry. Mr. Sitmert ttt once wMwr\ year ago and people| ta>'fd Indoor' on '
; member uf the faculty and! I hul. Ov"i.itifft on the ciuevlth the account of a slushy nnow, Sunday this I'll Underwear.
ouch student) i iM "JlI'tt't| ,)" to ulmerl'u.| result that the thief was arrested the year was vastly dllTeient It wa an
t Alumni und outside friend* of the ('01leg" wine ufteinoon. The man put up bond "ideal day, the sun thane brightly, the dit
Mill ullu be naked to contribute ovr Sunday and hU cane wall disposed air wna balmy and' a blaze hung down it! 1 1'fi
to the success uf the publication in of ait stated this morning. toward the horizon, tjpical of I Indian t It f. j' f Selling i KMntl lbe\\ held-the Great J Annual Ollering'

thU wuy. I Olio case of drunkennu and othersof Hummer.-(Siei-nville (Ohio) Aiho-
of Women'jt and Children's underwear from and
; new com
'I'liu rommittve, V4 4
MubMcription cmii minor importunct cane before the cnte. \ I "
slating of K.: A. MctJuuU-m, C. li. Til- nui j'or.DR.. '* /' V* )lIdo stocks> uf thin fluted brand
den and K.V.. (im'iie, U at work and REVIVAL: PROGRESS: t', I"
Mill turn in Its report oon. AI.I.IINllli. .: ROLLINSI'AUJLTY ) : &$&

No adveitinlnf| whatever will be : The revival conducted by Jerry We Sell
. sold on the front page. I Students und friend of Ur. Julia C. Jctvr in the Orlando opera house I is '-K I
All friend of the whool who haenot Allen, who fpent hint winter in Winter getting under way. Sunday night the

lircti upproitrhrd on the nubjwt, I'nrk, are delighted tu know that crowd WH large and the *<*rviiwn "ili rode "I t4t!J i.U1lderzeJear:!
,
but who lira InU'ienlt'd, either from a thi gifted violinist has accepted itpoMtiun full of power.) I-axt night another )
subscription or advertising standpoint, u* instructor ut Hullin: for congregation greeted the evangelist
requested! to communicate at once the current '
uro year. who spoke: on the "Joy of Religion. a' 4 'try because we know that every garment represents twenty
with the editorslliss Geraldine Clark MU Allen has studied) under the 'Jlon't you think," said! the evan- G/1(1 '(e Jr
and Mr. A. J. Hanna. most noted modern musicians, including gelist, "that just a few people will be seven years of conscientious endeavor on the part of the
First edition next Saturday. Gaston, Ulaye, Mursick. Musin, sitting around In Heaven looking sad)
Miss Susan T. Gladwin! head of Camilla, Ysaye and A da mo u ski. She and lonesome. Heaven will be full of Sc makers.We .

the sub-preparatory department, is a will arrive about the first of Januaryand those saved by the Way of the Cross.
Rollins alumni and Wall associate editor will take a limited number of The most successful thing in all the
of the Sandspur in 1897. pupils for instruction until March. world is the Gospel'! plan of salvation." have in stock a representative selection that will meet the demand of the

There will be another great service
MR. TE IPLE'S PLAN WORKS CONSTRUCTION CREW COMPLETES tonight. Big chorus choir, good singing most Critical."Merode.
The first meeting of the South Flor I WORK and short sermons. '

ida Chamber of Commerce at Orlando I The A. C. L. construction crew "

Thursday demonstrated the effectiveness : which has been at work along the DEATH OF JAS. S. FIELD Prices
of the plan of William Chase 'right of way in Winter Park for the

Temple to advance the interests of 'I past few days has completed its work.A I Mr. Jas. S. Field, 78 years old, died (Hand-Finished) .
our section by means of such an or- considerable fill has been made at yesterday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.He 50 $3.50
cents to per garment
ganization.This I each end of the main crossings in- I is survived by his widow and one :
meeting was attended by lead- I side the city limits and a new cut-off daughter who both live in Orlando. Underwear.
ing South Floridians and all were en- I fence has been put up at the south The deceased came to Qrlando four +
thusiastic in taking up the work crossing. years ago from the North. lie was a

which has been mapped out. G. A. R. and for three years servedin Week Nov. 15th to Nov. 20thLadies'ReadyToWear
The South Florida Fair and the Gil- I I BUNGALOW PROGRESSINGWork the Union army during the civil Display ,

lett project of a $50,000 advertisingfund I on the bungalow which is being war. He enlisted in Co. 11, 71st regi-

were among the movements I constructed for B. E. Edwards ment, Indiana volunteer infantry.The .
endorsed by this gathering.The I I
strongly
funeral services will be conductedthis
I near the New Seminole, is progress-
next meeting of the South Flor- :' morning at 10 o'clock at Green-
|ing very favorably under the direction -
ida Chamber of Commerce will be held
wood Undertaker Hand
i l of Contractor Green. The build- cemetery,
in Tampa, during the South Florida
I ing will be completed in the shortest having charge of all arrangements.
Fair.-Tampa Tribune. I possible time and when finished will Dr. Poulson will conduct the services.

make a very attractive residence.
MRS. TEMPLE BUYS CLASSY
GOOD RECORDDr. contract had entered into with one of
BUICK A week or so ago we told you of an exceptional we
DEATH OF MRS. JENNINGSMrs.
Mrs. W. C. Temple has just received C. A. Boone, who recently returned the foremost manufacturers of Ready-to-Wear in New

a handsome new Buick which B. S. Jennings died Sunday from a trip by automobile to
was purchased through the Winter night at 7 o'clock at St. Luke's hos- Louisville, Ky., drove his Ford touring C York. We were to have sent us every three weeks an as-
Park The is of the
Garage. car one
pital. She was taken there last car for a distance of about 2.500
popular D-44 models and, like all the Wednesday and went through a very miles, and averaged 24 miles per gal- sortment of High Class Dresses-each creation representing -
other Buick types, it is a beauty.
serious operation. She was 58 yearsof lon of gasoline. The car had pre'iously -
Mrs. Temple has already masteredthe age. She was the mother of six been driven twenty months for the newest in vogue-at the termination of the three
mechanism of the car and is be-
children, three sons and three daughters more than 30,000 miles.BUILDING / r'
coming an expert driver. Mrs. Flossie Trantham, Mrs. r week period-every dress unsold had to be returned to
Manager Mason of the Winter Park 1
Lula Randall, and Miss Gussie Jen- PERMITA .
that business is excel-
Garage reports nings, all of this city. Miss Gussie them.
lent and that he has orders booked building permit was issued yesterday -
Jennings has been nursing at McEwan's -
ty for a number of Buicks and Fords. to G. L. Normand for a resi-
He expects to receive a large ship- hospital all summer and was d,.nce in Colonial Hills. J. D. Long is
at St. Luke's with her mother until
ment of the former in the the contractor. The residence will
cars near

future. Orlando the Mrs.last.Jennings and had was been well here known for the in cost $3,200.MISS N xt W n y I t tL

LOAN EXHIBITIONThe I : it
past three winters. Her body was MAY HARDAVVAY ; 1t
Ladies' Aid Society of the Con-
shipped over the Coast Line yesterday
gregational church will hold a loan afternoon to her old home at Fairfield, PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER !

exhibition and fair some time in Jan- in Marion county, for burial. Her WINTER PARK, FLA. < :I L Last t ll t
uary. The date to be published later. Bay
The ladies are asking the citizensof husband, Mrs., B.Lula S. Jennings Randall, ,and and childrenleft daughter \ y

the town and tourists coming in to
with the remains. Schultz Building. Phone JOG
kindly contribute to the loan any rel- !

ics they may have, or other articlesof TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY fir our first return shipment But in order to make our
I
interest. Contributors need not = : t .t
All11'ork eatt Accurately Done
hesitate! to loan valuables as there WAITER WANTBtJtl1del Cafe. I b-- returns as small as possible we have decided to reduce the
will be deputized watchmen at the 11-lG-llc i .

building all the time. I Room No. 3, Schultt Hid ft. prices of what we have left to a point where Profitslll",

1'OR RENT: Two n om and sleeping. !,
1ttKr IItl'U''l'l" pooh; water light all modern' con Dr. C. W. Fain not he considered!" tletween now and Wednesday' an opportunity I Is offered you that no
tpiiiptire' Ilittiife :ltl< !' K.: Jnrk"cti
The Rollins then held their \ >thrtkt 11-liMitc\ \ | other firm in the whole Stnte of Flotilla rah equnl.We .

>ltmll\ I'tfldlop in l.jltmM g)'ttinn- DENTISTllmifnt) quote here tt few of the ,price' "' U U,'" heeenujtry!' !' however to i nee the finishedthemtelve \

slum last ntghti Avery gaud" rromltutned l.OMT One Miter link ruif "LuHoit Oltlt'tt to 12: :3 I to 3, rOl'lhtnl\' .* to judtre of the Illtf tuul t'J nut fur ItrttctU'e, tttitl, though Owner) will! greatly tppiwiitlp its
'IIII-itl"I.I"| | | of (the hitttetirtl I i. raw as "rUl H hI $'lillhel Mlth'e I by finder I WINir.lt I t ; & I'AIIK. I I'IA 1..tt..t.'t ,
yet (t'aiain| \ Mm'tin'' Mitt. thai, he Hl'\\It'"I.' II 'HI 'Id- Kruiilnr/ I'rlw-. , , . , "17,50:\ fur $1::1.7'\:\ Kfuular; ..trh'flli, . , , $:::SOU for $I U\O:\

will l be able\ \ t'U round l eat It \\liMiim; 18.30& :\ for $11.30 I ) $27.30: :\ fur $21.73: :\

,twin, .HNNN +llN. .NI $1U.AO' :\ for $1.1..10: $::U\O:\ for $22.30: : :\

$:::2.50: for $17,:\\0 $32.30: : for $2: :\\.00

11'IN'1 tat: -1 1'UISUTt Winter Park Auto Co. i These beautiful Dresses are made in exquisite qualities of Charmeuse, Radium, Faille
A K. King, tmveling pasaengert I
agent for the Nashville Chattanooga Fraucais, Crepe de Chine Georgette Crepe and silk plaid combinations
& St. Louis railway, who makes his
headquarters in Jacksonville, spent
some hours in Winter Park yesterday BUICK and FORD CARS
visiting the local A. C. L. office.
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Arthur enjoyed Griffin a pleasant and Clarence"bike" trip Hunter to- Repairing, Painting and Auto : :

Kissimmee and return, Sunday night. SuppliesOPEN Dickson-Ives Co"Orlando's

Will Pounds, who operates a saw
mill at Goldenrod, passed through
Winter Park yesterday on business.A Favorite Orlando
Shopping Place. Fla.WilltOFPark
DAY AND NIGHT .
number of college students took
advantage of the usual Monday holi-

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W. C. T. U. WILL MEET TUESDAY
A meeting of the \\'. C T U will Favorite'I fi=I t=O.L. JI J1

I {@rlau n SnrieTJ be held this afternoon at three o'clock, U "Get It At AllenV U

in the Methodist parlors. Important

business will be discussed, and a full 1"01)I'HOCin.UI)
attendance is desired It is the wish Thanhou. er. "The Picture of Dorian -
'
SOCIETY CALENDAR l'11CUT Grey. A drama, two 2
in
carte.
of the Union to send a box to Mrs. :Majestic "I.ind of ,|' 0 .
The civic committee I.ilxcrly. .ia. 0
art of the Woman'
Tuesday, No\fmlxr 16. "Fulton of Interlachen, whose home Fnlntntr Corned)'. "I'. Henry Jen ;
Opening of Mate Federation of Woo Civic League has started the was destrojed; by fire while she was kins and :Mara
men' Clubs at DcLund) contest for the improvement /,.and here attending the convention Contributions Four good reels of Mutual movie*. ,
Junior Matrons: Curd Club, Mrs. Allan beautification of lawns. One hundred live rents to nil
t Wrathersbee, hontenn. of clothing, bed linen and
Rrjjie for Miss Person, Mrs. C. II.nbinson dollars is being offered in prizes for table linen will be received at the
the white and $30 for the GOOD; KOADS l'IIUSI\STS
people colored
and the :'lillllHobinllon, meeting tomorrow Mrs. Fulton has
ht .. people. The for the
!ltel prizes most
Miss Louise Allen entertains Business harmonious lawn and the cleanest two daughters aged three and five. Messrs. Cha*. !II Rugglea, 'West

Girls' Club. I + Palm Beach; Henry W. Pennock, _
Bridge !Mrs. A. J, Nye, hostess (|looking premises will be awarded SOCIETY NOTES OF INTERESTThe West Palm Beach anj James T. *
some time during the winter. If ,,
11'cdnrsdayovember 17. & you .
Here and There Club which
MU Margaret Hart entertains at have not entered the contest do so at Moore of Columbia. Tenn., formed
bridge for Miss Person Send to the was organized a year ago by ladies on i party of good roads enthusiasts o 0
once. committee
Fortnightly Club, Mrs II. M. Bear. your name East Amelia avenue will resume their spending Sunday in Orlando guests SHE WILL GIVE REAL THANKS
which of 1 1
dall, hostess. is composed Mrs. C. G.
meetings Thursday at 2:30 o'clock at at the San 11
Juan hotel.
Ford Westcott for one of our bracelet watches, La\alheres, rings or other arti
Unity Circle; topic, "Henry chairman and Mfs. C. P.
the home of Mrs.
S. M Gillette 113 cles of jewelry. For the gift will both
Mrs 1 Edna Howes Dow, Mrs. E. G. Hauselt, Mrs. Louis express generosity and Rood
Wednesday Card Club, at 2:30 o'clock, East Amelia avenue. A full attend- OSTEOPATHIC MUSICIAN AND taste. Our jewelry is mounted with special attention to good form
Miss Cynthia McKee, hostess. Dolive. Miss May Kilmer and Miss ance is urged. SURGEON and with a strict regard for quality.e; shall be happy; to show
Thursday November 18. Hope Starbuck. Several have already + it to ;)'ou.Ib .

Rosalind Club, Miss Hattie Hudson, entered the contest which started a Dr. Howell
chairman. There will be a reception in the par- osteopathic physician
4 Kil Kare Klub, Mrs. Bence, hostess. i few days ago. lors of the Presbyterian church Fri- and returned surgeon from announces Harvard that he has ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.

B M. P. Athletic Association meets. + day evening for Rev. and Mrs. McConnell where he took post graduate University work ,
U. I.C chicken 6:30 the WILL BE HERE FOR THANKS- in d]
supper, at
and
and family. Rev. McConnellis eye ear nose throat diseases. a- .[O
Astor Cafe benefit old soldiers'home GIVING: Also physical diagnosis Aim ,
the new pastor of that church. (nerves
!i Many college students have writtento heart lungs, kidneys and other viscera -
Friday, November 19. +
) and .
electrotherapy and contagious
Mrs. Geo. E. Nolan receives in com- their parents recently that they; Mrs. Fannie Sloan arrived in Orlando diseases. Office Cheney building
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pliment to Miss Person, Mrs Bros- will arrive home to spend Thanksgiving yesterday afternoon and will opposite San Juan hotel. Telephone - DO YOU THANSGIMNGBRIGHTENING: :
sier and Mrs Lord. day, which November25th. Office Yd / LP
is Thursday : 617.; residence 1018.SKATING .
visit and Mrs. J. M
Fortnightly Literary Society, Cathe- Judge Cheney
dral school. There are almost a hundred + with out paints. Then joull be sure

Saturday, :November 20. young men and women from this city Mrs. A. D. Mallory who has been ,,,, of making a good job of it, one that
Nullos Club, Mrs. DeWitt Miller, in the different and universities
colleges
hostess. spending the summer in Batavia, 111, will do you credit and one that will
,.' of the United States. Some RINK
+ returned to Orlando last evening. last for years. Tell us jour plans
will not return to Orlando for Thanksgiving
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I and we11 supply just the right paints
+ but all of them will be home etc., with which to do the
CONTRIBUTIONS WELCOMED + WHAT OLDEST TAPER IN FLORID i work.
for Christmas. social
+ Readers of the Sentinel are invited + Many special .V HAS TO SAY ABOUT
+ to contribute to our societyand + events have been planned and a gen- W. C. T. U. ARRESTS Hld
+ eral joyous time is expected. There Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C.
personal columns by mailingor + ROLLER POLO
+ telephoning to this office + will be some special dances duringthe (Ocala Banner) 205 S. Orange Avenue

fr notices of weddings parties re'+ holidays; and several big recep- The reason that this paper has been TUESDAY NIGHT Phone 261
tions by the social leaders of the COLEMAN
+ ceptions etc. If you know of + quiet about the arrest of Mrs G. D. NOV. 16th. & RHAN
city
+ any social item of news, do not + ; Washburn, Miss Emma Washburn

+ fail to notify us promptly. + + Fay Carroll and Lindner McConn at FAST GAME:
WITH( BRIDES
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Orlando while attending a W. C. T.

+ I Brides ought to know that the engraved U. meeting at that place was becausewe

TO DELAND copper plate from which her received a 'phone message from CARNIVAL AND GRAND CAREY HANDFUNERAL
wedding invitations are struck off canbe Mrs. \\ashburn asking us not to do so, I
The State Federation of Women'sClubs
I made into a most attractive little i but since which time our local contemporary MARCH COMING: SOON ,
at DeLand this week, will at
tray for she will want to preserve so and the Orlando Sentinel
tract many Orlando 'women. They -I DIRECTORAND
precious a souvenir of her marriage have printed flaring notices about
will either motor or go by railroad Tell the stationer that such a tray is their arrest claiming that it was doneat
Because of the Federation
meetingthe desired and he will have it made. the instigation of the liquor inter- GRANDTODAY EMBALMER
Sorosis and Twentieth
Century Shaping the plate into.a round tray ests of this county. This paper has --
clubs will not meet this week.
costs about two dollars a square tray known Mr. Geo. L. Carlton, who it is

+ being a little less.ASSOCIATED. said swore out the warrants against All calls answered 'Promptly
Y Day
WIT II MISS WATSON ] + ,
I these parties, for many years and always -
The ladies of the Christian church CHARITIES regarded him as one among the or Night. Hand Block. |

will meet with Miss Alice Watson A meeting of the board of governors very finest citizens of the county. The

Kaley street Wednesday afternoon at of the Associated Charities will beheld last time we visited him he was haying DANIEL FROHMAN
2:30.'clock. All' members urged to tomorrow afternoon at four religious services at his home and Orlando, Florida.

be pres(it. o'cbck at the San Juan hotel. we have never considered him as af- Presents I
.. PHONE 639. RESIDEMEPIIONE
457
,filiating with the liquor interests and

+t t 1111111111111111111111111111 11111111111111111111"' .. Mr. John Kendig the owner of the "MARY PICKFORD"In

grove has contributed articles to this

paper on religious themes and unlesswe
are greatly mistaken a very religious a different screen portrayal MIMiiMltlMMIIIIIIiMM 1111 It " 1'11' '''

man. There is some mistake .

.. somewhere and before saying more As :

.. about it we shall await a hearing .. '

.. from Mr. Kendig, the owner of the "A GIRL OF YESTERDAY" !: FRANK A. CUKTIS WILLIAM R O'NEAL ;

grove and Mr. Carlton, the manager. .
.
Produced bj the Famous
WOMEN REPLACE MEN IN PARIS
.. WAR OFFICE Plajers. Film Co.

....

Paris France.-Typewriters and

women typists will take a prominent lOc
place in the new efficiency system in 20c
CURTIS & O'NEAL
the war office. Sweeping aside the I

old red tape, Minister of War Gal- I

lieni has ordered that business methods Phone 5 for

must be adopted in running the FISH AND OYSTERS : : Insurance Loans Real Estate i :

greatest war in history.The .
Fresh Every Day
typists will be recruited among Rentals

the wives, mothers daughters and THE WALDECKER FISH CO. .
sisters of killed or wounded soldiers.
206 Boone
They will replace soldiers and civil- Street
-
-
--
ians. -

Manifolding machines will be in-
stalled. INGLENOOK CAKE AND

Each subordinate officer must solve CANDY PARLOR

DemountableRims the problems of his own office with-

out reference all the way up the of- Delicious Candies Cakes, Sandwiches ESTABLISHED 1881
etc.
ficial ladders to the war minister.
Only those capable of exercising this Orders taken for parties.
I II Located in rear of Branch's
BookStore
discretion will be retained.
for Fords I Arcade Entrance iMIIiMillllillliillllllliililliliMMMMMMIIMMMMIM

THAT $;a BILL MAY DRIFT TO

ORLANDOA .- -. .- .- ,- - . . ,
tIMIMI A ilMMMiMlllilMMI

I
dangerously clever counterfeit$5

Complete set four wheels Indian head silver certificate is being

widely circulated in Illinois and the _

and one extra rim. All banks watch all for over them.have The been bill warned bears the to Pipes! Pipes! Pipes:


check number C1781, is well printed
complete and put on for on good paper containing silk fibre,
We black and
are selling galvanized pipe at the
but the printing is a quarter of an
inch longer than on the good bills best wholesale prices. Call on us before buying

I making the white margin at the ends it will pay you. We will also cut your pipe toP
: narrower than on the genuine. I
H $$20 S measure so you can install it yourself. On irrigation -

:I OPENING LUCERNE THEATRE j -., work you can save money by having us

The grand opening of the Lucerne cut and drill your pipe and put in brass nozzlesso
theatre for the winter will
season occur -
as you can install it yourself.
tomorrow night. A serial, two
reels to each episode of "Get Rich "' We will also sell you Bath Tubs, Water Closets -

I.I.V'PfiILLIPS & S SONS Quick Wallingford will be staged. and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you
Five and ten cents is the admission.
may have your preferred plumber fit them up if

DE.VTH OF L. F. OSTEEN you desire. Do not forget to look at the "Amencan" -

210 S. Orange Ave. L. F Osteen of Osteen, Florida, _
; Water Closet as it is the only noiseless
died at the home of his brother, M. F.
I Osteen, yesterday morning at 7 T ; closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order

o'clock. Besides his brother he leaves for five years.

a sister, Mrs Edna McNeil, of Tampa.



Chief Smith ROADS who ARE made BAD the trip to F. Joseph Raehn Co.

Haines City Saturday for a prisoner
: states that the roads between Kissim- am

mee and Haines City are in fearful THE PIPE MAN

condition.
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS IU1'1'LE1' NIGHT; OX PEAK ; BACK FROM BOSTONMr. DISTRICT CONSTABLE MADE

I 7.700 FEET HIGH W. C. T. ARRESTS The Proper Christmas Card
ROBINSON & BEARDALL I II. W. Howard, the poular pro- 1---1,
Rome.-A battle fought high in the prietor of the St. James. arrived in I II
ATTOKXEY-AT-LAW clouds at night ending in complete re- Orlando yesterday afternoon on the I The papers which are stating thai !II
Is engraved to order for personal u e.Ye have a beaut.iI!: i<
nuke of an Austrian attempt to retake Tampa Special, comingdirect from the arrest of Mrs. Washburn and hei !I ;your
No. 4 West Pine Sreet the summit of the Col di Lanais i Boston, :Mass., where he has been I friends at Orlando was made ba I
recountered in tonight's war office spending the summer. :Mr. Howard deputy sheriff from Marion county i line of samples and have taken several orders; during the pa-t
(I
Phone 161 statement. which says: : says he has never in all the time that are misinformed and unintentionally I
"After repulsing a violent night attack l i he has been coming South, seen so misrepresenting that very sensible I week.

on the summit of Col di Lana oui II I many peole tra'elingthis way. The and considerate officer Sheriff Gallo-
DAVIS & GILES men assumed the offensive and. harrying people up North in fact, in nearly all \\"aThe warrant was not put in It is a pleasure to Ehowou these beautiful samples even if f
the flying enemy, reached ana i of the states are in a much better Mr. Galloway's hands; if it had been
. ATTORNEYSATLAWPhone stormed the summit of Monte Seis. I i fix financially this year, than they he wouldn't have sent, one of his dep- you do not order. f-
which rises 7.700 feet to the north ol I were last and I am looking for a uties to Orlando to humiliate respect-
72 Col di Lana. record breaking crowd. able people by a spectacular arrest
"On the height west of Goeritz. af I Mr. Howard will immediately starta lie would have waited until they returned -
Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8Davis ,- i ter an intense artillery preparationand I gang of painters decorators carpet and then notified them that W. S. BRANCH ,

& McNeill Block volleys of bombs, strong infantry shakers etc., getting the St. James they were wanted. The officer sent
columns attacked our positions in the ready for the predicted big season to Orlando was a district constable
night but were repulsed leaving the and if there is anything in "preparedness" I and we do him the credit to believe THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
ground covered with corpses." the season will be a record he would have preferred not to IO.I .
Victor Starbuck breaker. I
TRUCE TO BURY DEAD URGED MOTORED TO ORLANDO FROM I II - -

ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW BY RED CROSS CONFLICTING LAWS i MONTANAMr.
I I The Eola Packing Company

Phone 161 London.-An apeal for a truce tallow !' Chapter 6881 of the laws of Florida I and Mrs. L. J. Barr, who spent ORLANDO. FLORIDA.
; the burial of the dead and acquaint ". provided that all monies received the season in Orlando a year ajro.
No. 6 W. Pine St. Orland Fla
automobile licenses shall to
from .
relatives of the fallen will go reached Orlando Saturday eveninjr.having SpecialtiesCustom
their names. is being made to the the county road fund but chapter traveled all the way from
6883 says that 15 per cent. of all the Montana in their touring car. Theyare
rulers of the warring powers by the Packers Modern Equipment
revenue derived from that source be in the land of
delighted to
International Red Cross. .
Shippers and Buyers Cash f.o.b. Selling
shall to the state highway commis sunshine and flowers and
go again are
"The most elementary feeling oj Growers' Agents Personal Attention
the most appeal of looking around for a good location tn
charity, imperious sion.There
R. RAY WHITE pity," it saw. "demand all useful seems to be a conflict in the spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Barr Growers, Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and arrange -
I measures to acquaint families with laws and the county commissionershave are old friends of our well known for harvesting and packing their crops.
ATTORNEY-AT LAW 'the fate of the fallen." concluded that they will retain fellow townsman, :Mr. P. It. \\' colr. Fruit Packed and shipped as directed by the owner of the goods.,
i
Room 44 : The appeal asks that positive instructions I the money until the question has "('enuljudicated.Ia.tonn PACKING HOUSE-Corner Conl'ord'e.. and A. C. I" Tracks.!'
be sent to military com Gazette-News COMPLETES: : : St'CCESSFUL: TEIUItatl'.8 : W. H. RULE, Mgr. J. S. PAGE, A rat!! Mgr., C. A. COCIIIIAN.

Watkins lilock Orlando, Fla. manners with a view to the milieu Packing House: Foreman.Patronage .
RETtMlNEI.: WINTER RESIDENTSNot4Ml : : Attorney Joseph II. Jones
lion of needless aggravation of thsufferings
of wnr.Tl'NKS. has! just completed one of his! nios" Respectfully Solicited
nmong the returned winterrcniilcntn successful!' terms!'! ns prowutor fur tinotate. -
la blrl\ I K.: T. Wotthlcy, who ..
tt.tG'I'11I1 : HARKED I"ROM I Out of eleven Indictments' rturmil
Blackman l the summer In various' parts! of
Worthington spent
\\RIIISUTU/ SCHOOL// by the trrntiil jury, nine fi>nTli'tlnin !- I
lie New 1 Kntrlnnd: State! Inclinling. it were M'rurPit.. There tans one
ATTORN EY'AT-LAW : ;;; atilt In Ills!'! former home In l lII'tt\
WRllhlllltlltl.-O( I liII I lit Itt'l dorngtfme 1Il'II\llHnIIlIHI|\ ( tine hilMrinl.! Mt.111111'11
N. II.Vhll' .. ,nliwMl, 1 Mr.I 11'nrillley At'l't It tN1'; lltiAt.tllIilAlilMtV
Phone 617Huotiis In the |>ul>lk' m-hoot! of lid* HIP l .rFjuitttlliiti of Mlitf ohc of HIH
\\\lIIItIlI''! !lnh!!, m-Htlillin, lit nit tthWlintulptl otl'Phl| n tttPftlllpnl lit liU lltm t..lllhlt hl",1, IIUI.t."rul) l'tllfll.ltllll IIHllthP;s I AUtOMtittll:
10 mid 14 YowelUlUi> iliiwit tn.lny l.y. llitihliiio tt: I his!'! flletttU rttul hfitiilhlfiin'| < of IIIIrttnlii -- !In this HiiHnir of I IllPltl the'. "tlllt'o-- 01 Iitu.tltte
wuHh I'tttfWpll! lilf Inn+lcitl. lilhH-lllFi ('ode; /, ftdil. Wft rtci'iiiniiUilpil| hump' !byIteial (Wort News,. ntiilA I"fl I'I.A1H' (lliAftt: IIUUIIIzUIllUllttmn' ) \'
lluiliiiitft. . Miming (Ilieiti! lining, Mr. rtinl
well Wrtlil |1'1'11.| ) + lit liar IIIIII.*! lIIij+ia.lia ; --- -- ---- -- DAMAIiH WOHKMAN'fl COMl'HN&VlliiN(
MFI Win. fli Urtviii Mh 'lirtn.' r'
: :
: I1 I.IU'KHNHIK ( ;
i'FOpusao to trtlili( Famnlunttystneine l
ftli.l. Mf Silt ', Hits laltaFhainl
Phone 73 Davl-, HaFF.V )
l and |''lftring) l tpiiU*">. trthsra! '
= I he |IPMIP| may pome: totfMhPF ftito \ 'thuilsstl lf: from Wtrtrnfufdi ( "nn: Ila sofa Im, at |Ihll lnssrna\ : wstlnaeday : -

tta in the phi| | l singing liphlml ft1F thll f'I'' l nino. darting with
Paul V. Hutchins days. IT WAS HI.IIH MOMMYFive "Advsnluras of J: ItHfus)
Georgia Casualty Company
ford," sad fwp other good r
Attorney and Counsellor ft'',lAw drunks and; three fighting Wftllifill-I
riioiiiiuiioN MWT IN OHIO nv
pases came to the attention of IHs
Pvlli & McNeil-!=Bldg- A MAJOHITV OP 85,419 Honor in police court yesterday, the h(111FF111Ni' NEWStandard C.EO, A, HUTCHINSON, G .. rgent'
city receiving $52.50 in fines. Supply Co. ()t. P. Cook I
_ORLANDO FLA. Columbus. Slate-wide prohibition & Co.), Christ building handle al1l Orlando, Florida
was defeated in Ohio Nov. 2 by a majority |!
kinds of builders' and painters' sup-I
FOR RENT-Rooms; large, airy up-
Dr. F. F. Thompson of 55,412, according to official stairs bed room recently papered Flans-everything to build a house : Room 4 and 6 Walkins Block Phone 70U(
returns made public tonigh.t In 1914 nicely furnished twin iron beds, con- and estimates furnished free.
Homes costing from H.fwO to $3,200.111162tc I
voters rejected the prohibition amend venient toilet and bath. Also kitch- .1
DentistFormerly and of dining room. Nice-
enette use
ment by a majority of 81152. The ly located. Reasonable rates. Ad-
temperance forces' gains were registered dress "Landlord," care of the Sentinel. -
of New York . '" " . " MMMM' " "
chiefly in the large cities. 11-16-1moc

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115 SOUTH ORANGE -- -


Over Curtis & O'Neal's Dr. Henry G. HanchettPianist "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree ij


and Teacher

DR. N. L. BRYAN MUSICAL DEPARTMENTS Unless Budded

Adelphi National Park and Brenau Colleges.
DENTIST Sometime Metropolitan and Beethoven Conservatories.
from
Director Monteagle and Florida Chautauquas.Choral Bearingtrees
Phone 716 and Orchestral Societies.
Organist of Two Fifth Avenue (N.Y.) Churches.
Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth
About 300 in New York City. Also before Columbia. of known
Bldg Recitals Cornell, Pennsylvania Peabody, Vassar, Smith and a
and other Universities, Colleges, Assemblies and Clubs .
Lectures in all parts of the country. t .

New Music Studio ready Dec. let at 107 America Street. Quantity and '
Temporary Addremi 511 Anderson St.


... 'Quality of Pro-

I"Sturdy Ir I


UK. L. H. RAMbUtLiORLANDO. 4 ''.., duction."--0.W.


O/TOMLTtlt1T, - FLOKIU* 1; a tLi : r : Conner.Trees

,
WI FIT GLASSES. GRIND LEN t. i a .
AND DO ALL KINDS O> iI I
o"rU RETATRrlTnSURVEYING iI like these will work for you while you sleep. They cant be '
I grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW

as the Oak" ,

I

Plating and SubDividingPROMPT Fours Sixes and Eights-Speeders, Roadsters and Touring Cars i iI Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAI1A

I $75!>." to $1570; F. O. H. Factory.In I NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what realty *constituted a real, first-class
AND ACC'URAT'E1VORK nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be ac-
the Oakland you get power with the added feeling that you
drive the best looking car on the road. The Oakland Northway i I complished by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND .

HAL A. IRISHCivil Motor speeds up to 2,500 revolutions per minute, but that i is only : trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -

half the !story of the wonderful responsive power of the Oakland five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery produc

Engineer I Fours, Sixes and Eights. The motor i is the most powerful made. tion. What would YOU do in their place, :Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your

I{With its small bore long< stroke and large valves, speed of revolutions trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE '
47 Watkins Illdg., Orlando, Fla means a continuous (How of power. It means not only smooth
unsupassed. Interested in the verybest result you can get from your grove when you have spent! your ,
going on the level road, but n hill climbing ability
time and money to bring it into bearing

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

UUILDKtt: and CONTItACTOI- OaklandFours you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES; the originators

of proper practices! in propagation$ for the ex press .purpose of producing the one thing

(Phone 37 Florida needs. in the market, tlrst'claws fruit and fdeftty of It.

and Sixes Our trees! will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents. more!, but Professor! Shamel's,

L. Pcrcivul Hutton work In California has demonstrated! that an Increase of CO; per! cent! can be f>AIned+ !( our

art' nut only powerful, the)' nre the wont litrlktllllb' hllntl-unw say, over the ordinary method! of propatrnUon. What then! is th@ fifteen to thirty cents in
:37 Liberty 8t, New York, N.\ ears un the 1'111\11\ comparison? CATALOGUE FREE: -Write for it.

ARCHITECT l.FI snit Wcdue Line (ihe beast Wind ne.l.tnn

MeNeW-Dftvi Hulkllng, Qrland :2.Low.! Onler of (iru\ity ulth U:uul Road Clearancelrent
;i ( Strength with llulitViuhi
Florida .l.-Hiuh Speed Motor with Great Power Ocklawaha NurseriesI

.',-Kconomy: with Luxury
Member F A. A. I
These are Oakland points of SUPERIORITY, all of which are
\ 0.W. Conner- Proprietor. Tangerine, Florida.
I found in no other car.
PLUMBINGSALLAS
LET US SHOW YOU-TilE CAR IS WAITING
& SALLAS G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida
,

208 Boone Street t J. B. Magruder, Jr. ,I

Phone 597. PHONE 34 .1111111111111111111111111111111111111.1..I. . . .

,



CONE ERENCU i ST. LOUIS PUKCIIASKS OAK.
I 1
I LAMMO I OK CARS IN
An important conference of the i LAIUJE (JL AMITY
City and the Hoard of Trade publicity i
committees is scheduled for tomorrow I Fifteen Oakland cars, thirteen of Tho best

afternoon at the council chamber. them roadsters, and two touring cars, '
says the St. Louis Globe Democrat,
- ,w.-. ,
have just been contracted for by the v 7----* *-

city of St. Louis, through Supply
Think It OverSuppose
Commissioner Josch IJ. Thomas, to
I complete the list of motor vehicle ,
there are four mem- i provided for April 1st. by the Board

bers in your family. At present: ,|of Alderman for the use of departments ,,
I prices can you buy chickens, of the city. The thirteen Oakland
prepiM them and serve with roadsters are to be used by th I
vetfoxAj/ts,, bread and butter, district fire chiefs of St. Louis. The I t
deM: rtT(tilt, ice tea or colfee for cars are nil of the regular Oakland i
one dollar-23: ; cents each. rotor and come with the regular factory I
The answer for a family of equipment. One of the Oakland I lI
that size or n trifle larger or a cars IK for the use of James Allocke
trille smaller i Id NO. supervisor. of public utilities I _
Yet the :Model will servo a the other for the uw of iiwrire: M
dinner of that kind for 2:t cents John, NUperinlcndettt of fire and |h'. _
i nch It is the number served lice h'I" 'rlll.h.
that makes: it possible.: Tim appropriation bill made no

MOUAL-It i in cheaper tot ,I furiiml xpodfkatUm tit any ear, the
at the Model than to stay at make 1 being tI"I"t'tt..t l by Supply Com
home. I I missioner Thomas after negotiationand
Our 2.1; cent meals and 15 cent testing of the products. The
specials should appeal to those tests with the cars for the district
desiring: something substantial fire chiefs were especially complete,
at a moderate price. including road experiments as well a*
labratory tests.SOUTHERN .
Oysters fresh every day.

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT COMMERCIAL: COX- THE CIGARETTE: OF 9UALITV
CRESS


The Model Cafe the The Southern seventh Commercial annual convention Congresswill of r When cigarette tobacco comes

be held in Charleston, S. C., Dec. from
l-5-17. The convention will review Virginia, it's the tobacco.

the achie\ements of the South and The
tobacco in PIEDMONTS
the nation during the past half cen-

t Add To The Appearance tury, will set up the contrast between \ is the choicest mellowest that
the conditions of fifty years ago and ,
1 today, and will outline a constructive
j\ comes out of Virginia soil.
So
schedule of activities for the future.It ,
and value of your home by put- will, in part, commemorate fifty ,
4 ( \ PIEDMONTS
ting down good concrete side- years of peace between the American are the biggest-

walks. Senator states.Duncan U. Fletcher, whose selling cigarette in America.

Our workmen are mechanics administration as President of The .
.NwWI
with experience and ability.All Southern Commercial Congress covers .. Try them-today!

the past four years, will preside -
work guaranteed to be
throughout the Charleston Congress.Senator's 1 t NY
first-class and satisfactory.Call N a4 u aoro l-:
Fletcher's administrationhas 1,,, "YNY I
been marked by notable achieve- ? a
and get our low figures on
ments on the of the
part organizationwith
all classes of concrete work.
regard to agricultural organization VALUABLE COUPON
rural credits, and foreign trade.
c IN EACH PACKAGE
ORLANDO CONCRETE 11
TWAS EVER THUS ,
WORKS '
Alas, my new umbrella-I miss Ii
Manufacturers of Concrete with a sigh; the day I rashly boughtit 10 Products a friend was standing by. Xext FORS
day it rained-he borrowed it, to be ,
407 Look St. Phone 493Slefflons' ; returned that night; but since that
,
fatal moment it hans't met my sight
lIe lent it to a neighbor's wife, and
to increase my woe, she lent it to a
Millinery minister. and it's still upon the go
He lent it to a student, who lent it to
i a friend, and still it's going, goneI -

LADIES' HATS wonder where 'twill end. But FORAGE ...' IM MM f M MM Ml . . . . .. . . . iMM . . . .
CHILDREN'S HATS through the cloud of borrowers one GROCERY CO. !

We otter a choice selection of ray of hope I see--perhaps I may bo
lucky, and it will be lent to A. visit i
me.- to our store will make :
Ladies Velvet Hats at $2.00, $3.00, you a

$J.OO, $5.00, $0.00. Exchange.ADIU1IONAL:. regular customer. VEGETABLES! VEGETABLES!

Children tints $1.00, $1.50 and up. LOCALS I
Our styles are so goodnnd our
prices are no reasonable that you will I
Miss fiertrudc Wnlker him
find our store the .best In the returned t"fl'lth'l'f '
I place ) tnnrninir. C'nmo and look them
to her home In Orlando, after ( over or
enjoying
city for millinery. Fine Florida
a .brief sojourn in Jacksonville.en Pork per lb. 15c phone :'I or :200 and \\'\\'IIIIlI\'l' you) our list

Siemens Millinery i oilier' route point from In the New North Yolk anti city Kant.where :anti/ .. Florida Beef, per Ib lOc to J8c

, Store Unlon. he spent the nummer.=Times= Large Salt Mackerel 3 for 25c White Rose Goods


Pansy Plants RoseBushes I Senator J. E.-Iluxton and niece 2 Ibs. Codfish for 25c .*! Just received another shipment of these famous

Mm.V.I II. Cliff, of :MUKUetown
Petunia S'ringlil't.., also Senator Buxton' Pork Sausage, per lb 15cM i good Fresh Country KKKM; Tea and Coffee

daughter and hon-in-law. Mr.J and r
PlantsLeave .Mrs. W. A. Wells, of St. !'aullinn.: ., 1i 1 Y
are registered at the Breakers hotel t WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS
jour orders here for a stay of some time.-Daytona i
Journal. I i ---- - -- --- -
n-=
I AT LUCERNE THEATRE -- --

Mrs.: P. C. Thompson and mother,

. ..Violet Dell i Florist I home:Mrs. Lynch in Orlando left Wednesday after spending for their sev- Matinee and Night, Sat., Nov. 20 f Our Grocery Company

J. M. CARUrilEKSPhone eral days here with Mrs. II. II. Root. I t Two Phones: 3 and 200

They were accompanied home by little $ c ; _t I
509. 4Ue South Lake S. Miss Mildred Root, who will remain a 6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando Fla.
with them for several days.-Plant -- ,- t

City Courier. _

CUNT BASSPHONE Mr. and Mrs. C. W. :Morsman were t . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MMIMMMMORLANDO
delightfully entertained by :Mr. and ONE PRICES
S75 :Mrs. W. E. Warner with a fine auto SOLID .
West Jefferson Street trip during the first of the week. YEAR A 'f MATINEE

They visited Orlando, Winter Park 25c _
Successor toY and beautiful Lake Apopka, returning IX I TO

Hand Wood CompanyWood .'> Orlando, where they were very NEWYORK ,
pleasantly' entertained by friends un- A $1.00 ROOFINGANL
til a late hour but they arrived safe NIGHT
.
of All Kinds
in St. Cloud before the lights: went THREE
;3c1llL.tR10CS
PROMPT SERVICERKASOXAISLK out. They pronounced, the new brick
j i '
/ roads a pleasure and delight to ride TO SHEET METAL CO
PRICK> I
,I o"er.-St. Cloud Tribune. ACTS AT r XL30SIXTY


RETURNS HOME MILES SEATS Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
S. Helen Graves OX SALE I ,
Commissioner S. A. A MINUTE
Johnson has -
f and Rubber Roofings
WEDNESDAY
Shampooing, manicuring, facial and been able to return to his home following ANEW
body massage scalp treatment for an operation at St. Luke's
falling hair given under modern "hospital. YORE ) ..:'' AT Cornices. Skylights Beating Ventilating, vital Ceilings
scientific principals. My treatment 4 EST S
CAST '
for has i l $ f
same given entirely satisfactory ,
results. fly" special facial mas- ins CAR WAS SAVED: COMPLETEPRODUCTION l DRUG: Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
sage brings back'tht' youthful appear i I : s STORE
ance of jour former self, by develop! ,
A small hand fire
extinguisher
ing the
muscles'of the face neck etc. '
Prices for switches of the best'Duality saved Marion B. Ives' automobile
on application. Appointment can be from burning itself to destruction yesterday -
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made by phone 679. Hours from 9 morning. -- ------- -
to 12 a. m,1to6p.m. _
PARLORS
Yowell-Iuck,,orth Building If mistakes were crimes, most men
Room No. 1 Orlando, Florida i would be in jail. J Advertise in the SentinelU.I'OnT.ST



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DELAND FEDERATION TO PKOMDE FOR LOCAL EXHIBIT IRISH NOT ALONE IV DODGING CANTALOUPES IN A TRUST? -- --

MEETING AT COMING: MID- I THE \\ VRi \

WIVTrR: FUU Pittsburg.- The United States DIS-
As this is the regular biennial election I i London.-Home Secretary Simon trict Court of Western Pennsylvania
of the Federation and the flr-.t tomorrow will be asked to determinethe
was asked in the Commons. today how
under the Dew charter all clubs are (\popka News) many Welshmen, Englishmen and legality of the taking of den<>M-
urged to send a full I Old Orange is longer a :
representation. County no Irishmen were among: those! who were tions in the Sherman anti-trust suit
(a) Hats are not worn during sessions Backward County, but is rapidly coming prevented from sailing from Liverpool against the Western Cantaloupe Lchange. \- I t1
of the con\ention. to the front. Roads: are being for New York '
last week on
([lI) A question Lox will be pro- improved waterways developed and suspicion that they were trying to This action was determined upon by'

videiL improved factories built and in escape!' military service, and if \rner. counsel for the defendants and the f{
(c) Delegates can only representone fact everything i H being done thit Iran steamships to sail in the next farmers of the imperial valley of ,
I
organization and voting by. proxyis goes toward the betterment of tho three week are booked to capacity, California who brought the suit after ( $)

not permitted. "conditions of her citizens in business, and if the Home Office will preventall they had argued the question practically )

(d) The April board meeting ordered social and moral activities. Credit for men of military age from leavingthe all day before A. U. Btatty: ,
the dub reports published in a this marked progress is largely' due to country. Ieik-ril Master, and after three ,witnesses

Look separate from the year book the Boards of Trade, Civic League Simon replied that action in the had refused to testify at the, 1916r
Clubs will remember to furnish two and the several organizations in tho hearing today.
matter has lien taken provisionally, REO
typewritten reports well edited and! county working in unity to this end adding that he would. like to point
for the and The Hoard of Trade of and
concise one ready printer Apopka exit that the figures of emigration DUIMS: A M\\\\ELL:
the other for the secretary after vicinity. together with the I.adieV f'om Ireland are much below the aver $ being rad to the comention. Civic league, has resolved 1 to make
Mr. H. II. Maxwell the latest
ige So far as there has been is very
(c) Clubs will mail two copies of the exhibit from this part of the c >'intv '
recruit the ranks of
I confined to any one part of the kingdom / to join automobile -
.
reports to the corresponding secretary at the forthcoming County Fair at Furthermore, it has been condemixd owners in Orlando. Henry is Are Here. Let us show you
if they not send Orlando second to realizing that
can representation. -i none ly leaders of public opinionin the happy possessor of a Maxwell I
I i nothing will tend so much to build up Ireland as well as elsewhere and has already learned to manipu
(f) Three minutes will be allowed the community as a first-class ex- late it in such a careful manner that This Wonderful Car

clubs under 100 members for reports, hit it of oi'r various resources, with he is already taking his friends, of
and five minutes for clubs hiving over this object in view. ZEPPEUXT SOFI\, AFTER 8 which he has for
t 100 members. New clubs will be al- '1 A public meeting! of the citizens of HOURS' FLIGHT I GREETED many enjoyablespins.

lowed two extra minutes to include Zellwood Tangerine, Plymouth, Me: I I BY KING PALMS AUTO CO.

the history of their organizations in Donald, Bay Ridge Merrimac, Clar- I. Read the Sentinel.

their report.g cons, Pinecrest Wekiwa Springs, Berlin.-The arrival at Sofia of a
( ) Those taking a part in the program Piedmont and Apopka-will be held German Zeppelin, after an eight-hour N. Orange Ave. Phone 400

are expected to observe the in the City Hall Apopka on Tuesday, voyage from Temesvar (On Hungary,

time allotted to them as they infringe November 18th, at 7:30 p. m. seventy-two miles northeast of Belgrade S '
on another's place on the program I 1 For the purpose of organizing a / ,) across Southern Hungary, Tampa SpecialVIA

by going over. I Local Fair Association and appointing Northeastern Serbia and) Worthvvest

i committees to take charge of the ern Bulgaria, is reported in a despatch .
various classes of exhibits needed to from Sofia given out by the
HENHLL Bins TIlE STAND Alit) /
GARAGE AT WINTER PARK make our exhibit a success unity ofI Overseas News Agency Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
I I spirit on our part will undoubtedly "The Zepelin had the Duke of
'achieve the result that of making our Mecklenburg on hoard," the Atlantic Coast Line
Councilman T. M. Henkel of Winter I says DIRECTORS AND EMIIALMERS: : .;
exhibit!. the Banner Exhibit of old
Park, has purchased! the entire interest despatch. "The airship was welcomedby
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Orange King Ferdinand), members of the -
of his partners, Kummer &
Left forget The date I is the Standard Railroad of the South
you Ministry! and an immense crowd.
HoMorf, in the Standard Garage (now Heal! Values Low Prlt-CM:
under course! of construction) and will ISth the month Is November The 'This is one of the great mo- inaugurated Nov 15th.ICthIiiiipmcit

conduct the business independently.The I lay !U Thursday. The time !In 7:30: p. m. mpntu of "my life,' King Ferdinandexclaimed COMPARE

garage,( building will be completed I I
bout the middle or latter pnrt of December INVITATION CAMi-: TOO LATE TO An official report from Vlrnnn oIdwclult'-1! t3111
nnd the Mtfpnclen for nn lit SINI: DCI.CGAII: ': to nays, (hut nn Italian nlr craft dmpcdbotnliM I.v A r. OUR FURNITUREP

trllrth' line of curs have already boat OIII.AMIO ntt N'rhrridmt!. yesterday"" kill. 12:. : I IS:; II, tll, 'l'u01 1'a I Itnt: p. ,".
1101111.,1. ing/. IMP somas and (th tee children 1'n:! p. '11. 1'111111 l'Ity 1:2.::! I' III.I provide" the. quality of furniture that him. lone Iwn ac.anted .
I I Ivltiitloii I I I IIM: p I. ,", 1.\\f.IIIII.1\ ::1:11': ? "p. in.p by knowing futiiltute+ buyer RM the Mitiul.tnl of merit, If
This lloitrd. of TIII-IK
rt1C'"lvt'.1 In
nn I :.!::'o:! III. hlwslmmae, I If.l: (I. in.p. .
ANOinrit: MM:: IIOMIOS: 1.\Ii I': : 3 .! . lttlando An article" U here it In. 'p>od. It wouldn't l be here were it otherwise
(In mud it delegate to tin Sum (!l. HII/lIi.IIII"/ fit (he |'ti1n"'tJ > ::!: nt t I:2tt I ::! II Ie"IIIf.
.:::01.'l'U( HI: nmi.r u\ I 10'1,1'1.11'l I'lrnt reinvention nt (hlmulowhich Brag J> /. More, took (Ilse I Dixie I I thtntro : p. III lIlIru..1. I:1:1 I: : :\ "p, III Well cnn't make this point too tlt'"rIt U. one of the foundiitlor
551:: I. 111. 1'11'11.1'' III: II I stones of thin htUilnt'u. and I that much to
DIM: KOI I' PAUIIINMr. :: p p. m means any buyer
I Ic !In orchestra
{i today, but Eli to (Oil.tndoVdmmdiiy nfterrmon
progress 7:11:: >)> 1'. III, i\r. JII'I.'II Iv I15): n. m.
-- I I I Secretary Horton U out of town, the In his automobile to play n --- --- -- --- ---
Richard! CallU and Mr.I Nathan letter reached the board of directors fonterf at the !lucerne I'hnrmnc\f ) | will ciuinht of 1'"lImnl I
Mroier! -Observation!. Parlor Cura, A, C,
O. \\iUon have purchased through t..t late to get ft delegate on the which Mr, Kngndale rwns and which I I., I I'nit !Reclining: (hairx fare. Stan McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
Cooper & Atha the :Moran hitters' lot ground It lieu of a delegate, however in manager] by J, D Woodleek, formerly d ird Vfxtiluilfil Conches and torn

Washington street, just oir Kola: the board sent night!: letter to of this city. :Mr. ra: s.lalc is bination Coach and Baggage: CUM, Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street Orlando, Florida
park and will commence at once the the convention, assuring them of giving Orlando a taste of his up to

erection of a modern home. The location For I.auderdale's hearty cooperation date method and from reports the I (
is an ideal one for a fine home and that the required amount to carryon people there are showing appreciation For Information Call on

The lot la covered with choice fruit the city's part of the advertising in their patronage of the Lucerne W. I). WHITE, D. T. A. j.

and has two mammoth live oak treeson campaign would lie forwarded.-Fort Pharmacy.-Kissimmee Valley Gazette 'V. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A A Sentinel Aa"
'I "Want
the front. Lauderdale Herald. Orlando i" Try


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I What This Clearance Sale Is s i? rorm I





U t t AND WHAT IT MEANS TO YOU r I f If,IT I al

Distinction In value; the best of merchandise. at Clearance Sale Prices, emphasizing that this is really a sale' that profits are not considered;
\o greater Bargains anywhere than those offered at this sale We ire trying to close out every piece of merchandise we now have in 30days
Full Sized Smooth Finish Iron Bed and you cannot afford to miss this oportunity of securing that piece of 01. ure. rug, stove or dishware youSe been wanting Look over this This beautiful Chilies and Iron Bed
Exactly Like Cut $6.00 value stock of desirable merchandise it of
is representative severa.big. floors, filled with bargains. Our guarantee covers every article you
for-------------- 2-inch Continuous Post, Heavy
-J8 purchase at this bale as though you were paying regular prices.
Filler $10.00 value now_.$7.98



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.. .., . .,..,...c<,.< Odd 1 D Dressers and Chiffoniers I I The Oil Right Stoves Idea "FLORENCE

Oil Cook Stoves J::':!

Florence Oil Stoves
c::=--- .; are safe, reliable
I )>)i ) -I) >r/ r>) i\i)ij.\ ), i) We Are Justly Proud of Our RemarkableOffering f-. ; -J_ simple convenient, economical Heat is
.... r ca-ily" regulated l>y a little lever No
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Ce ( rtn wicks to trim; no valves to leak. A glac'bull's 1I
I (, In Dressers and Chiffoniers in all :.>: -< t : L7fai:: + eCe"always shows you amount ofoil
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.!: r in tank.I
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< "! ( < % /i 5..lr:r / /. the Popular I Deisgns Wood and Finishes '' JI I-./ -JE-'f"o"i' -,.r:: I No other stoves approach Florence Oil
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5 I I : ;: Ktove4 in liability and economy-in the
,);;,>))),, ')' I intensity of Leat in work done by a givenjnantitr

I $;);).00alue Genuine Cir. Walnut Chiffonier for______________________$4850 cent an hunt<>f oil l.er-burner in their low cost" of I:
,> > \\ \ Ii
> $35.00 Value Mahogany Chiffonier____________________________________$ .7.8;; Four-Burner. It gh Frame FIjDREVCF All Florence Stoves and Ovens are
Automatic guaranteed.

34.50 Value Mahogany::: Dresser for-----------_______________________$2875

e'g.: :'0 Value Golden Oak Chiffonier for_____________________________$23.75
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Never Before Have These \\onderful Stoves Been
9\I2 GKMI.NE CKEX Ht'GS-\LL COLORS $::IaO Value Princess Dresser G. O. for----------_____________________$1985 Offered the Public at Cut Prices
ETRHEVY
$15.00 Value Dressing Table, G. O. for ____ __________SI2,.;;
--------- Regular $18.50 burner Stove, now____________$16.48

$$11.00 Value_________________________________S9S3: <20.00 Value Dresser G. O for-----___________________________$15.9i Regular $15.00 3 burner Stove, now__________$13.48

$1000alue__________________________________$>.(>5
Regular $1200 2 burner __________ :
$19.00 Value White Enamel Chiffonier for ___________________ Stove now -$10.75
$;.50 Value___________________________________$t>.48 -------- $13.95
Regular1.00 Ovens, now --____ ______________$785:
9\l2 UruKSflls Hug.--Gt1Od Body-, BrutM-lls Effects $U.50 Value Chiffonier for----_-_________________________________$1275
; Regular $323: Ovens now _______$2.8>
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All Colors
$900alue Chiffonier for-____________________________________________$798 Regular $675 3 burner Oil Stove now__________$5.98
$1t..50. 012alue at______________________..__$1500
$ld.OO i12 value at__________________________$13., O $1000 Value Dressers Fumed Oak for_______________________________--_$8,-0 Regular $475 2 burner Oil Stove now________$l'ioRegular

$1250 9x12'atue at__________________________$1000 $6.)0', Chiffoniers G. O for---_________________ __ __ __ .:_$;_>.48 $375 Gas Stove now.--._____------_--$315





: You must call in our store to realize the stupendous extent of this sale as our space will only permit us df quoting


: a few of the many great bargains. Take Our Advice And Buy Now At These Decidedly L.ow Prices.


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"The Home Outfitters THE HOME



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I I IOf: Ilne! IIntlliq; : _______a! SENTINEL WANT ADS ARE READ BY 10,000 PEOPLE Ibr 1 l'REAL ::-Unt'> hml: \tts h : 'I.IIIt ,1; .. I

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'tllt. HtNt tietr fi tl'I'ht Iluhtrtl'1\t' I (//UYt:Itw AM St.LLElt&t BERRY"'
hell ruMilehcih withAHl.fr *Juil hppdleifttlt. : t bat sell, tent am! ekehah: e tt91:: l H R.
: l III' hllrtho!, Nit !ft t NoHhpitii1. estate: Have feiltled IH Opiums Irla.titer I
I f Ittntpe : H-H: -ni* ill) H'Ht lUve ftIUIIJI"'l'1' / '
t -= = j0 nnti,0t11 'fill HRt| Fee fhf:
I'llll( mN-r: 1'erh ttssirnhls fur F t\ Lt\\t ;Its
lI=rJ=lm) : : A complete; lin of Pont AeQti#hi
t itisheii.intssnt. t nil nintleln 1 uBt'1I: ---- - -- -
I lInl"ilh* |iMtlt, > frtitiiljr, il'tsp lilt 1lrin" tlidr; I 11'ntarpad\ or
.:141111t'l'\h1lf\ Mil\ if .IFt\lt't\ ; !iills t;qlII'mll 'hang Iteu:lane J1r'l1iJ 1 Iunlpany+ hack snrteaj!i & a !Mat of( expert meQhfn: FOR SALEA
('\ atleet. It-Ia-'it; 1,41141,1g. tt-l5. IG-Ititfs all
--- jpa{ to rentier satisfaction in

t'OHNNTHoom' lifeet: l sMitablu : -I M.tJHJS'Nt! ss of planting
of Automobile
ESTATE I fur carpenter. plumbing' or citrus trees. AH\ trees'I set guar- lines Repair
paint hop; room |tivJ4 feet for warehouse anteed.. "..'rite for prices. Box:: 2J2: : I Work Vulcanizing Oils and
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; also ome btorage space. 10 Ocoee, Fla. 1O--1-1moc: ,
I ft. 130 ft.
East Church street. ;I'honeM7. I fine lot 55 by on
Gasoline, and fair and square
ll-13-3tc I II. Delivered every day-Elder Spring I
Water. See or phone Geo. T. Hull & prices. S. West St. $2200.
FOR RENT OR SALE-Close in, six Company, Rock Building. Phone 105.
I. room house with bath gas and 10-16-tfc. .
electricity. 10 West Robinson avenue I -----
HOUSES-LOTS. I Also several small places. Umbrellas recovered and repaired
For Nine YearsWe
Terms.Works. R. Bruce Perry, at the ll-13-6t Water. "while you wait." Young's! Repair I

Shop. 21 E. Pine St. have been in business at the ,
C. A.HOVEY
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businessroom. --
FOR RENT Attract -- ---
FOR SALE See II. R. Berry, at the Ford TWO FOR ONE-HOUSE SALE same location, Corner of South
Garage. 11-11-tf
houses I have for sale at Main and Church Streets. I
FOR SALE OU RENT-By owner a The two
new modern bungalow, with six FOR RLNT-Nicely furnished rooms I the price of one are located on lot 78
large rooms, hall, bath, and with every in new, modern home; one-half' foot front facing east with a depthof Phone 226Orlando's
convenience to make a desirable home; block from Anderson street near St. 185 fret, number 406 :Magnolia
nice lot; desirable location near Lake Luke's hospital. Reasonable rates for avenue between Livingston and Ame- Leading Repair Shop
Cherokee; price reasonable; house the season. tOG Margaret street. lia. The section of splendid homes and Garage -
will be completed latter part of No 10-29-tf with grand old oaks arching the
vember. Also have a six room cot- streets.
tage and a smaller bungalow\ with FOR RENT Furnished, pleasant i The modern 2 story house has on I JJtLI1Ib&ki I.Zt I h.>I ... and hin 'le-
price and terms to suit purchaser. suite of light housekeeping rooms, first floor: parlor, living room, dining
Have also several furnished rooms for first floor bath in connection; elec- room kitchen pantry, toilet and lavatory -
d on ;
\ Address Kentucky Home 511 large living porch on the front
rent. if
tric lights and telephone; garage
Palmer street Orlando. Phone GSG.1112lmo' desired; private family. 312 North and side; latticed rear porch.On .
the second floor are 3 large
main street. 11-2-1 mo
--sleeping: rooms each having enam-
BARGAIN eled lavatories piped for hot and cold
A $3,500 FOR RENT-Large pleasant furnished -
1 i water. There is also an extra large
Ten acre young grapefruit grove rooms with private family screened-in sleeping porch with room
two and a half in bearing new four close in. :302; North Orange avenue. The
enough for the whole family.
bath, chicken -
and
garage
room cottage 1l-7-1moc bath is large light, and airy,
room
mile from
yards and houses; one ( ) H ANDC
all modern and
nice enameled fixtures,
city limits just off brick road. : FOR RENT-3 suites of new light .
P. O. BOX 676 with all conveniences sanitary.i
OWNER, I I housekeeping rooms i house is newly painted and pa-
ll-G-lmc ; pleasant neighborhood; nered throughout.. shades are hung it
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near Eola park; a sunny, "homey is r- wired for electric lights, fixturesinstalled Cement, Agatite Plaster and Lime
FOR SALE-Three good lots on place; 4 1-2 blocks from postoffice. also connected with gas. In
Ridgewood avenue, near Lake Eola. 307 East Pine street. ll-13-6t fact, you will find every convenience --
Will sell separate if desired. A bargain I necessary for home comfort. If you .e
if taken at once, as the owner I WANTEDWASTEDA do not care to use the entire house
needs the money. Inquire at 6 E. the location so near the "Wyoming," i
Church street. _10-30-lm insures rentals of spare rooms at
small cash register one extra good prices. Always in demand -
FOR SALE-Model 27 Buick; good that registers 5c. to $1. Must bea ; or if you care to rent the entire -
condition. Write Box 567. bargain. Address Cash Register, house and occupy during the
-23-tfc_ care Sentinel. tourist season the 3 room cottage on
the premises in the rear, you would
FOR SALE-A MONEY MAKER ATED-A draft horse. 11-10-6t.1 derive a rental by which the property
Furnished 14 room douse, on crick McDowell, McNeill & could be made to pay itself out.
street, arranged for light housekeep 11-13-3U There is a garage barn, and chicken -
ing. Splendid location; large lot. Orange avenue. house etc. Fruits of various
Term Owner, 1C W. Concord Ave. kinds, everything right up to now and I
9-1a1-3mo. WANTED good condition.-One second M. A.hand McDowell!safe in just a little. above the ordinary in I A Bath In A Tea Kettleis

FOB SALE OR RENT-Nice home, I McNeill & Davis Bldg., Orange ave- many does ways.It not require much ready

fu fched, ten rooms bath sleeping I nue. ll-13-3tc money; a small cash payment from

porch; '\,ell located; only two blocks responsible parties will secure the from the of plenty of hot water. Aside from the waste of time
luxury
from }buj&tess center; desirable BOOKKEEPING-Wanted, by an experienced property.The a long way

borhood.11-G-tfc Apply F. G. Rush. neigh-I of his time disengaged bookkeeper, either who has to keep part that figure.price is $6,300. A bargain at I !I and temper in waiting for the kettle to heat it's a mighty poor way to get hot water.


FOR SALfc-Kare opportunity; six "Bookkeeper a set of books," Box or 614 prepare, city.balances. REAL E. C.OUNG ESTATE; 1 And yet lots of folks still put up with this annoyance because they do not realize the

room bungalow, lot 02 1-JxJUU. ll-13-3tc Room 10. McNeill I & Davh Block. 1
fruit chicken house, barn; !'splendid I 10-24-tfc economy of a Gas Water Heater.
,
location; tent to apply on purchase ANTED-To list all kinds of property
price! which I is low in order to make I for sale or rent. I am having I '
sale. Apply 604 Magnolia. manp applications for houses, fur. I A Gas Water Heater
11-lMU*_ I niched!' nod l unfurnished 1 will be Best and Promptest
elad! to list what you have. Mrs.
FOU SALT: l'1II;Al'-A very fine II. 11. Lake 45 East Pine otreet. Auto Livery Means Comfort Economy Convenience
tent, almost!' new. fun !lt' WM ut 1'hohe 171 iO-8-dw-lttio* i ,
.tUI: lloone street t 1t t:I-U.: ... I Service I

FOU AU-: OUt' "*'* tMtrtr |! itlulltllt \\ UAUIS iVI I I :ItttlIIII i'\ii)It. I'.11'IttItqlltlUU Aiimuxs: I HUH H' the best mid ?Itllt''ltlt! ).1u Uel! \\rtltor-tlili1liclntly| ttftef yoUr ftlrttaee! fire( I
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Almfpitlti.\ Art iiilrk.| I,'utd Urthttrf 1 MMits II-It; :tIe(It llltt s ( : 5-PASSENDER slut

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fMH nil tilltt tI"\ kll t III'Mt I.wH t tHItI"'i IMHliMI. ) lIt'I BUICK GAR it IIHtltlt' ynlltORLANDO
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\fl\h'-Il\1I: \ \i1Ntnsdlul coullihplerplaula J.OST Small pep! faced ltaclt, on ? , (Orange Avt PhanMB' ''? GAS DEPARTMENT\
' pint l lietw' 1 en MV a 1 l-MPprnn anti\ the.nniire HAUUNG( QF HI- KINDSConvinced
1went-littt\ i Ihmli"OI: celery 111..ols. }: hllh.". M(1landn! i flank'ani
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One tHU\llrt:11 thousand cllMce( : "pUnts..VMreti la'ackUelwrn:, tp -
W- C-( rilfir, HfiMil.rU.li Trust C". amt| receive: rewardRHSCELLANEOUS-
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nil) a-ILEVI' IUHr.\t
Or will rent completely furnished. ,
new, modern and attractive home, "Yes" said the speciaiist, as he
pretty lan and shrubbery, near Lake I stood: by the sick contractor "I can
Kola: two stories, five rooms, bath TO FORD OWNERS: cure )'OU."
screened; sleeping porch, and summer I am expecting at once another "What will it cost," asked the sick
dining room. Address Owner, Box shipment of Ford auto tops complete man faintly."Ninetyfive. I
I Regular and one "
price. dollars.
397, or call at 312 Broadway at a top cover
11-10-dw-tf I man style. Will this interest you? "You will have to shade your pricea t _ ..
-I, How alwut: a Ford crank locking device little," replied the contractor. "I '
SALE-FOR RENT-Houses, ? "Safety first Prices quotedon got a better bid from the undertaker." I' -- -- ----
FOR furnished and unfurnished. Also I application. R. L. Holland. The specialist stood pat on his price . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i. 11111111111'111111111111111111111111111'
splendid lots. Call and see what 1-11-12-Ctc and his competitor got the job. i i
some I have to offer before you buy or I INDELIBLE We are specialists in our line of'':
Mrs H. B. Leake 45 East Pin.1street OIL PAINTING work and sanitary conditions prevail. |
rent. 312 Broadway. Phone l Hand painted costumes parasols, It will pay you to stay on the safe ,
or 9'1 fans leather and linen articles, por- side. ,
10-8-dw-lmo
tiers piano covers etc., painted to
OR EXCHANGE-One order. Lessons given. Prices rea- !
Orlando
FOR SALE in sonable. :Mrs. F. B. Emerson Tre-
upright Mathushek piano Would excellent ( mont hotel. ll-10-6t* SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES
condition, good as new. II i -
exchange for car or cash. Address ]I LAWN MOWERS sharpened and I Steam Laundryi
:
11laat'SELECT
Fla.
Do7, Formosa, |I repaired at Orlando Bicycle and'

: NURSERY STOCK-Sour 'I Repair Shop. Court St. 10-8-lmoc i i DRY CLEANERS OCOEE, FLORIDA

orange and grapefruit seedlings. LAUNDERERS '
T. Mahby's, Hiawassi i. ort PAPER HANGING \
at
Apply PHONE 88
>\' mail to C. J. Victoreen star route. For $7.00 I will! paper any ordinarysize \
600 selections to
room. Over
I II la-1"t 1:<
choose from. I do painting also at I
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reduced prices. Phone 2fil, or dropme II ----

FOR RENT I _a postal! and I will do the rest.G. I All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape
C. Schultz, Hox 3*t', Orlando, Pine Castle

FOR UKNT-1k: good ten room un-\\ I M0-31-lmo fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest
fimuphvd! house!" with modern! eoh\en- I ----
terms, nod' well1 ventilated; just! the m'.u, '1'. 1111. ('U. Nurseries .. .. .. ..
thing for H limnling house; located Inn I Phone 1".V: !K<*'k Hid it.. ,!Umm :,1. prices .. .. .. ..
|po.prr(1us< growing town Apply! \ tall nod see u* If Interested| In teal l leiitnte. j I ...
loV I I.. StoryVntrr\ Uarden, Via.V I Uuy, sell or exchange | U'|'= PinCn! +tir, Fin 1 i i

.S ao\ -Iff. _ I I"I 11\1 tly\ lmll KentnU! fnipfully' attended t'\. !

full& HUNT: \fly\ the Mnmm, month !I
or car, one ujuittlrn tint for light NtI'1'.IflV 1'UIU.ir.: with t; **;). I Itc nsakea 1I1trltt! \ clues orange and :i --- -=

housekeeping| ; also other rooms, niui I 'pt'ciaity' tit iketla, tnl'I'1I\1"i' grnpt\ fruit tree, ready to plant ,
garage, rlwtrte Hi'liti\ anti| bath in lotus+' eaptrusts, I'rU1 very rt> \- '
/h.\1. Apply Sill Enat: Cuw'rd "ve I niutl.le Mr, H. II, teaks 45: En.t We otter only brat\ clan! tree,

W-IO tfe ""in" street.'hone/ 1':\\1. It- I-II1HW budded from prolific benrins1 We1 I! Send today Jor. Catalog, Description List, and lowest
tree*! of known quality.
FOIL UKN'TMTft; > riMim, 6If'11| lucation TRACY i & 80MKUVILLK: : nlso have the genuine Watson'' to the above addressIMmitMHMHIII4HIIMIIMMMMMMIMilllilMIMMMMMIMMMiMMMMI
those Jackson I and t"uhlnemaken, Screen prices
in. Apply :'Jl'J! :! K.: term ,
or IhlllltJtIIt< U-10-Otc door anti windows, frames sleeping watermelon seed No melons
------ .' porches) counters, shelving, snow shipped from where we anved''
MODEL: KINPEItnAUTEN: primary canes, refrigerators, alterations and I our peed, Melon weighed from
\i
room Ftnt Methodist church) tele I additions. We keep a number of
45 Catalogue
to pounds
20
phone U'il, or call 14 Best Jackson killed workmen constantly on hand. )I'
r street 10-20-tfa 18 East:; Church street. 10-11.1tno.( Free.



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LOCAL AND PERSONALWatch MMtMMMIIMH IIIIIIMIMIIIM-------- -


: for Neil of the Navy. He is
coming. 11-11-t

AIICI Dr. W. M. Harper has returned to
Orlando from another season from
erneINCORPORATED Franklin, Ky.

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5e.
18-18-tf t
'
Mr. Forrest S. Rybolt left yester- p

1893 day to spend a couple of weeks with Prepare for
his mother at his old home in Green-
burg, Ind.Watch .
THE

: for Neil of the Na.*"y. He is

STATE BANK coming. 11-11-t "THE"( AUTUMN

.OF Mrs. W. R. Harney will arrive from OF LIFE"By
7 Jacksonville today to visit her sister,
ORLANDOTwentytwo Mrs. A. R. Bogue, at her home, 404
West street.
years' experience in the affairs uf

I Banking enables us to measure and meet the Ride Hamrick'a jitney bus. 5c. .
needs of our customers. 1 18-18-tf saving a definite
The management of this bank has endeavoredto
pursue a progressive policy, to be liberal in Mr. Charles. Schaadt, the traveling amount each week. We
its treatment, and adhere strictly to the legiti- representative of the Anderson-
mate lines of banking. Wilson Paper company, Richmond, have several plans. Letus
TilEFETY AND CIIAIlACTEIt OF Va., spent yesterday in Orlando calling -
THIS HANK IS REFLECTED IN ITS on the trade explain them

DEPOSITORS. tlb and! oysters "
I 11. M. Self & Co.: ItoftieMt'
Officer* lj ............... --
\ LOWS d, MA8SKY ..__-_-_________Vresldentk .z and MM!, John A. ttvitts; of ,
T, I'lCTON WAM.OWB --1'ieel'teaident Z Mesick, Mich., are nnuitig' Otl hllu's
WATKHH HOWE __ ____;;"Cashier! vsell khnvsn winter P"\llphl\ who willtl'hUh The National
k a, A, NI W.;I.IJ Ai ttt. Ca4hlprBt Z tlil,*. week fur another stijtnirit"' Peoples Bank
They have It pretty tlllm at 'KM;! (tor : 1
land ptreet "It Is A Pleasure To Serve You"IMMIiMIMIIIIMIIIIMUIMIIlMIIIIMIiinilMIMiniU
.
==-
Savings: checka t aweptei as raEh
Z in the savings Department:! of the
% 1'eoplca National Bank, 11-lHf .
% t

Mr, and Mrs, A, flurton arrived in
Orlando yesterday on the Tampa Spe-
lal from Dayton Ohio, They will
;; remain in this section for several
days before going to points in the
southern part of the state.L. .


J. MUSTARD, the chiropodist. .11..1111..1111.1111111111.1..111.1.1..111111111.1.11.111..
MaxwellAt Office over McElroy's drug 1-11-6-12tc store. .1111111111111111111

..I..fl.II.IIIIII..
:Mr. S. A, Robinson returned to Or-
a bargain. $200. Come quick. lando yesterday afternoon from Bat-

tle Creek, Mich., where he has been on
a combined business and pleasure trip.
lie reports the weather in that stateas

Haynes-Hupmobile Salesroom being fine, and the people all pros- '
perous and times good.
JUST RECEIVED /

Don't miss the opening night at
the Lucerne Wednesday, November
17, starting with "Adventures of J.
I reels.Rufus Five Wallingford and ten,"cents.and two other Some of those reliable STUDEBAKERS, 40 Horse


Mr. and :Mrs. W. T. Burns have arrived Power Touring Cars "

from Akron, Ohio, where they
11 spent the summer. They have been
III coming to Orlando for several sea- $960.00 f. o. b. Orlando

sons and'are well known and popular
winter visitors. They will reside at
their home, 12 Gore avenue.

RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
hour, 12 miles for 30c. 828tfcMr. San Juan Garage Company

and Mrs. J. W. White, who have
New Ford Home
been in Orlando visiting their son, At- ..
torney R. R. White, left yesterday
Now Open afternoon over the Atlantic Coast Orlando-Daytona .
Line for Tampa and St. Petersburg,
where they will make short stops be-
209-11 South Orange Avenue fore returning to their home in

Telephone 386 Starke.

.
BRING YOUR CIIILD-I am preparing -
FORD ACCESOIUr.S-TIRES
a for great the display fair. Want of children'sphotos every .. . . . . . . . . . . . ItiMililHlllltllillilMIt . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . .
FILTERED GASOLINE, OIL child. No cost to you. Every child
eight and under negatives made
FREE FILTERED AIR free on years Wednesdays and Saturdays. 111111. II '.. II . " Howard's Studio. 11116tfMr.
"Make this Ford Home Your Ford Home."

and :Mrs. A. Stettner arrived Who Will Be Your Executor? .
in Orlando yesterday afternoon from .
F. G. RUSH New Haven, Conn. They have been .
coming to this section for a numberof : ANSWER NO. 2
--
1 .1 years and have many friend who Your estate may be materially impaired ass
are delighted to see them again. As : direct result of the appointment of an executor
usual they are making their home at ; or trustee.
the San Juan hotel.
:. When an individual is appointed

...111111..111111.111..1. . . . . . . . .. . .1..1.. Saving checks are good RfC pold. : The financial responsibility is (generally weaker. ,
Ask! fur them whenever you ,buy anything Y
ll-ll-tf : It is usually provided in wills that the person tr 'gs;'
: nominated to serve as t>..rutor shall be excused
Mr. Klhert; Jenkins, who has been from giving bond8.When .

Have Your Christmas visiting' his friends the automobile surety bonds are supplied, it I U at the ev '" .
then In this city fur several days, left .
pence of the estate, and then only partial security x p a A 1
for ItU! home In Orlnndtt jesterday, \ aftet'tio'Ii -
Selections Reserved \ (tile! bring hi!* rtr..t visit,, thereIn against\ bee! provided, .
When | ,
(hire' month\ Oh! the life of n r.t
\J'ltplltl.r) matt I t.* hut nltt< ethn tt I punitive ftdvanti ie ef rtrtma rtnnn\ !tnl re ''} .:
happy one,=O\"II\ banner, lil'utH1ihlllt III eeeuRA. +
Tlio imynuMit\ of n nmll U'itoxlt' on any nl'tlC'Iwill in*
-'Ul'tb boiiitf/ lu'M for you anti\I you want it la tor on. : A band which hu t. hln4 it the entire financial i
Mr, Irving Allrmnn, a popular\ anticourteous I strength of the Institution/ /
I U flied with
Thin always
jilan flu you thy II'I\'U"J i of winding, from, ,
gentleman. who halawn .
our stock whilo it t IM Mill t-omplott without anticipating young the 1'roUate! Court Yt a '".! to the estate, R'
\ spending several> tUya'tn nrlana -
your roullntttii to Answer No. 3 will '
{lny.We appear in a subsequent Issue ;rte i
a guest at the hoapital'le' homeof
Invite you to taKe full nilvantage of this offer, Mrs Win. Smith, 30t Wht Central of this newspaper, + :! s 1y
nnd to come and see whether or not you wish to purchase.
avenue, left yesterday afternoonfor
t
South Florida where he will visit Come in any time and freely ask for further x t
points of interest before returning tohis information on this vitally important subject
home in Philadelphia, Pa You are always welcome and our offic-s are always .
glad to advise
The want ad. is a great smoother
of T business and domestic affairs.
T.D.EVANSJE The Orlando Bank
DoctorsBuekmastcr- -- - & Trust Company


WELER & iJniiidage!! Orlando, Florida

OSTEOPATHS
Personal instruction under Dr. Still Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
at Eirksville, Mo.
132 S. Orange Ave.. above People
-..._ ...........l..I.I'J National Bank. Phone 578.
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