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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 17, 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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THE MORNING SENTINEL






VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17 1915. NUMBER: 239.

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35 PERISH IN EXPLOSION OF COAL DUST






IN SEATTLE MINE ; NO HOPE OF RESCUE



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NORTHWESTERN\ : CO.'S MINK I:IMPROVEMENT SCENE:() : :- ELIGIBlE MEN 00

,, 01 DISASTER) .: :t PINfU.AS COBONDISSUE UTAH'S GOVERN'R R RIs 4USTRO.HUNG4RI4N!I




ENTOMBED 800 FT UNDER GROUND iTDEPARIFIFTY I THREATENEDLETTERS


CONSULS IMPLICATED IN


Men Explosion on Third-I.e\el Rescuers Caught Are by ON LINER BYEXECl1TIVE




Halted and by Gases the: Debris: YOUNG MEN LEFT IS CARRIED IS DENOUNCED PLOTS TO DUE STRIKES



Seattle. Wash., Nov. 10.-Thirty- BEHIND AS CUNARD OVER 1 IMPENDING) : -

five or thirty-six men probably perished LINER SAILS -
JiRICK ROADS BOND ISSUE EXECUTIONHIllSTROM :
as a result of a coal dust explosion NewSubmarineProbe FOItIElttT: TUL\ CAUSES

this afternoon in the Northwestern OF $715.000: GETS I 73:
4 PRESIDENT: :
TO DISCUSS
Improvement company's coal mine ARE TRYING TO SHIRK THEIR DUTY MAJORITY BREAKS UNDER STRAIN
StartedSTATE CHAKCES(;
at Ravensdale, thin county.


one Forty dead men and are three imprisoned"badly injured, four, New Regulation Requires Them FEELING RAN HIGH IN THE COUNTY Condemned Man May Commit THE U. S. LAWS ARE INSUFFICENT

have been removed from the mine entrance : To Show Passports!' -"Slack. Suicide-:Many Intercede : DEI'T.: DOES) : NOT

the surface, whil 35 30 ." KNOW WHETHER. IT WAS I -
; near or
er"+ Ilelnj Watched ,
Orlando Hoard of Trade' Action for Hi* Ufc-L.lmr.
men! still remain Imprisoned on the AUSTRIAN Olt (2EKMAN: Crcgory: StigKe't* AmendmentM

thin) level. Closely Condemning, .Editor: Wood", 1'a.tNe' Resolution SUHMARINE WHICH HANK to Sherman AntNTrtmt

Information from Kavenstlflle --
Telephone tonight unlit that hope of ten- (ilasgow, Nov 1(1.( ....The Cunnrd Tactic Created a Hall \Luke City, Utah, Nov .IrtJo ,- ANCONA law*-Fay Indict

ruing. the entombed miner hAlt been, liner Tu"fRhltt milled for New York Senisalion" ( !eph, lllilstfntn, sentenced to be mental! Ready

abandoned! today with 200 passengers aboard, - hut In thin htute Krldriy, ha* broken Washington/ Nov. lll=The Matedepartment

When the Cunttrder departed 'fifty (Nprriftl' to the 1'4"11,1)Ml ) Indicated today that it
The explosion nceurred on the third under the strain of enpei'titnt' death \\\.Jilllltllln. , Nov 1 liU=President
young men eligible for military service Petersburg I-'la., Nov 111.=The III* condllltin (I'"l'ltll' critical wan not convinced I by the statement Wilson
level, which In approximately boo! feel today MI and his cabinet today di*.
below the, first level.Itfcause were left m I the dock owing to $7lfi/\,
their inability to show 'passport frwrn parried 1 in I'melta county today by it given out that the tuhmarlne whithj) I ,
of gnu and debris the resiruera cell to prevent ponnible' Filicide. eeph ttoricari tprm Austrian consul'
the /tank the Ancona was of Austrian and!
foreign lfice "iii recently re majority of seventythree votes The ;
have been unable to penetrate 'Ihrralrning It-tlrr continue to pourinto not of German At Han Francisco, that many Austro .
below the first level. quired. day wa* a spectacular one in every the governor*** office, A guard nationality Hungarian consul in this
country are
The new regulation ,ia being enforced respect There was no trouble of any of forty t additional' men were flung .1 The department formally began implicated in plots to incite l strikes
to prevent emigration from port but feeling ran high. Previous diplomatic investigation into the incident
FIRST HOMECOMING" SERVICETh around the capital building today ti and! destroy munitions factories
the of "slackers" desirous of the by sending a cablegram to Ambassador -
country to election a contract for the con-
the It
prevent any attempt on f*ecu i is understood that this was the
avoiding enlistment struction of brick roads was entered! ,lives life. Hillstrom himself has 1'enfield at Vienna with in- chief subject of the cabinet
f'sl "homecoming" service was structions to get all of the details meeting
into with the Edwards Construction
; given up hope that he may be saved. Attorney General
held unotr the most favorable auspices from the Austrian foreign office and Gregory told the
TO CAIT. B. M. ROBINSON company.
president that existing laws
at the Baptist church last even- St. report as quickly as possible. are not
Petersburg aroused
number of members was over Represent 750.000 Jews sufficient to enable the government to
ing a goodly The
answering the department is concerned I
the roll call. Capt. B. M. Robinson county clerk, issue more thoroughly than any New York, Nov. 16.-The United in par- protect its own interests and successfully -
ticularly establishing definitely the
other city in the county but the vote I
Hebrew Trades of New York
The ,church has been beautifullyand who celebrated his seventieth birth- city, nationality of the submarine. prosecute violations of neutral-

uniquely decorated under the day anniversary yesterday, was pre- was reduced the previous slightly election.as comparedwith Clear- representing 750,000 Jewish workers If it develops that it was a Ger- I ity laws and those guilty of interfer-

skilled direction of Harold Link of sented with many gifts from his passed a resolution today asking forHillstrom's man vessel it means that the entire | ing with American industries.He .
water had a majority of more than
the Dickson-Ives company. One of friends. Of the many presents was a reprieve. This was sent controversy between the United suggests amendments to the

the most striking features of the dec- silver loving cup upon which was en- 100 but the mtjority was reducet'sli to President Wilson, asking him to States and Germany over the oonduct Sherman anti-trust laws which would
htly. Tarpon Springs voted aboutas
orations was a large wheel, whose graved the following inscription: "A at the first election. again intercede for the condemnedman. of submarine warfare will be re permit such prosecutions to be sub-
.
many cogs represented the church token of love and esteem from the opened. mitted to the cabinet and discussedbut
Gigantic parades were in order in
membership. The words, "Homecoming court house to B. M. Robinson, county the various cities. not in a lengthy way.

Week," appeared in large letters clerk. Miss Margaret I. Hart, Miss The St. Petersburg Times publishedon Labor Asks ClemencySan BUSINESS GIRLS CLUB These recommendations will be

back of the pulpit. Potted plants of Mary A. Howard, Arthur Butt, W. E. the front of its issue Francisco, Nov. .-The Amer- brought up later when certain specific

all kinds are skilfully used to add to Martin, J. F. Gordon, and Wm. Martin the page morning ican Federation of Labor, in conven- The Business Girls Club was enter- recommendations to congress are
resolution ClarenceE.
condemning
the effectiveness of the decorations, November 16. 1915." tion here, passed a resolution today tained at dinner and cards last even- to be agreed upon.
Woods of Eustis for his action,
as
giving a most pleasing effect. endorsed asking clemency for Hillstrom, and ing by Miss Louise Allen. A most Following the cabinet meeting At-
Monday night by the Orlando
The program last evening consistedof REVIVAL SERVICES Board of Trade. The ClearwaterSun copies of the resolution will be transmitted dlightful time was enjoyed. Those torney Gregory strongly intimated

short addresses by the following this evening also published the to the governor of Utah, the present were the Misses May Hard- that the law must be strengthened to

, men "'n the subjects indicated: LloydS. A good attendance, largely of men, same resolution. The action taken by board of pardons of Utah, President' away, Helen Putnam, Florence Doty meet new conditions growing out of

T my, "The Potential and Actual heard Mr. Jeter last night at the the Orlando Board of Trade created Wilson and the Swedish minister. May Gardner, Sylvia Barnett, Mary the European war.

p Powcis of the Church;" Mrs. Geo. Orlando opera house in a ringing a sensation and much comment. Smith, Mary and Alice Allen. The The attorney general submitted to

Macy' "Duties and Privileges of message on the "Need of Salvation." MRS. IRVINE DEAD club will be entertained in two weeks President Wilson an informal report

Church Membership;" Thos. B. Phil- by Miss Putnam. upon the work done by his depart-

lips, |"The Young People of the GOOD ROADS MEETING Mrs. Roxana Irvine died yesterday ment in ferreting out alleged bomb

Church;" Miss Eunice DeLaney"Ben- AN AUTO MYSTERY AGAIN afternoon, after a brief illness, at the plots and conspiracies believed to

efits to the Giver from Christian Giv- From present indications the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Au- AFGHANSBERLIN ATTACKING 0 ON N have been planned for the purpose of

Gainesville meeting of the Central Smith, 804 West Central bringing about strikes
ing; S. A. Newell, "The Ideal Rela- brey avenue. and destroying

tion Between: the Sunday School and GRIPS ORLANDO Florida Highway Association, on the Funeral arrangements will be an- munitions plants and to cripple or

Church." 9th of December, will be one of the nounced later, awaiting the arrival of INDIAN FRONTIER sink steamships carrying munitionsof

These splendidly inspiring and help- most interesting of the whole series.It her daughter, Mrs. H. B. Giles, of war.

ful tasks were listened to with deep THIS TIME HUDSON STOLENAT i is understood that an effort is being Jacksonville, and her son, E. W. Irvine He told the president that steps

appreciation. Mrs Geo. Macy sang JACKSONVILLE WAS made to get an exhibit of the va- of Lake City. Hammond & HEARS THAT NATION have been taken to investigate the

I, with much feeling one of her sweet IIKOUGIIT TO rious kinds of road materials to be Gore have charge of the funeral arrangements IS PREPARING FOR charges made by Goricar.
ORLANDO; at Gainesville that date.
gospel solos. on THE INVASION OF BRIT- Assistant Attorney General Warren

Dr. T. P. Herndon, of Jacksonville RECOVERED BY OWNER There will be reports showing just ISH DOMAINS-SHAH TO said today that the new indictments

will preach'tonight.' YESTERDAY.Another what progress has been made by the "ALL A MISTAKE" AT WINTER REMAIN IN TEHERAN. against Fay and his associates are

various counties toward the buildingof GARDEN FRIDAY about ready and that evidence will be

Tllllli t: GERMAN SAILORS;; INTERNED automobile robbery with the Dixie highway and the many Berlin, Nov. Afghanistan is submitted to the federal grand juryat
various high lights has made Orlando laterals. Also some splendid speeches The Pine Castle B. Y. P. U. will New York this week.
AT GUAM LOSE preparing to war against the British
-I the center of mystery again. After by noted men on the problems of present its play, "All a Mistake: at
possessions in India
THEIR MINDVail according to telegrams -
I the various Fordshich have mysteriously good roads building. Winter Garden Friday evening, November received by the Overseas BATTLESHIPS WYOMING AND
disappeared from Orlando, a One of the things being discussedin 19, at a local moving picture
News Agency from UTAH WILL GO SOUTII
jo, CaL Lieut. Z. S. von El- Constantinople.
Hudson automobile, stolen in Jacksonville Gainesville as a means of entertaining theatre. The prices of admission will
If the German who arrived "Fighting on the AfghanistanIndiafrontier DECEMBER 1
pone navy brought to Orlando, and then the visitors is a get togetherand be 25; and 35 cents, and it is hoped "
with four sick German sailorsat the Turkish advices add,
returned to the metropolis occupiesthe get acquainted smoker the night that a large crowd will attend. New York.-The
Sal Francisco yesterday on the "already has begun at several places." battleship Wyoming
before the convention is be
to called
of
attention police circles and
Unitea Logan flagship of the North Atlantic
| States army transport!!
t public interest together. Those who have attendedGainesville's INJURED FOOTBALL PLAYER"
was interned+ today at the Mare island .\ntl.UuIIlan"! in Persia t nRetire; fleet, and the battleship Utah, both
The story as related by Sheriff smokers know they are WILL RECOVEROcalaI.ansiis
navy yard<
the end of the European; war. Gordon runs something like this: great. lllitch. of Blitchton. Petrograd, Nov. 16.-Persia's Shah: pairn at the navy yard Brooklyn, will
An Orlando dentist, a Dr. C. I I'. leave
Threw of the Bailors were sent to has resolved to remain In Teheran, December 1 for southern
Saver, was in Jacksonville November WI'U"i: ; GIVEN;i : MASONIC IiIG11E1'Mhureka I : and from that first division
a
the nbtte insane asylum at Napa foot hall team, injured in a nays city datesiFtlday -
(1. A Hudson
the fourth to the navy yard hOlI'ltal.Lll'Uf..nRllt ! car was standing in \'AIlolltA him ,been which tells of A hope of settlement of battleship! and have been
game Pntut-ilny
.
front of the theatre. ,
Orpheum Dr.Haver
; Chapter No ? met last! nt the yard the Imt three
between liuMln weeks the
Von Elpone and the Milurn anti t'ertlfl,
,
reninVed
to the hnppitAl) At Lake .
Is charged with asking parties! night and conferred the degree of City.A Hl-rival l
/ "the itu inn on fttlurdfty nf the RUhma
we.e member! of the rrew of the letegrnrri from Lake ! minister! to Persia
City he
tit steal the ear and deliver\ it to mark and, says! 'I
fl past timber' upon several' tine D-2 and D-.1)
(terhiflji gunboat CoHm>r hl, tthli-h i iinteHuM I" I It ihtlntf welt and will nmde H tl'AIIlutlht! ; statement the bring the total
certain nddte! III Orlntulo, and It" n candidates' they Here Messrs! !' Joe recover number nf ..f
ships
I hi UU"ht.'I ltu'"lflH! t'ohmy, the di"|nttrh tnld, that type hi the
.. c .= Il'lthl fur their, tumble (he doctor Hllinby, J. I II) llrtHie-', It, M, NWlliKM MONHIMK "utillifithtf the nie"'ure* in be taken yard Ufi tr ten,
at-- ;
Ittl"pf'fl to! give them fffii :, ((1 I, iUueelt, II. M, Helf, H' Kendtkklupiri \ mm r\iiir; ; far the fiffitectiun, ftf life and
prispertyhf
"
im CUtINt'IL'itse The car' was sloleli ft Mil deliver! '( :, and W, M Ulenn' -====-
e> %
individual '
Itisalsethtown: in Hu..fIt of lF.t"llIft1I'I'ICOm
1\)'.-Mr. J, K, Wai eons= ,
In Oilrtinlii November\ 7. 'I he ciooksHere
ru y ('nitwit: ;met yesterday andratlrted paid the, nfl, and then went brick tars killed a gray eagle en his farm ""II 'atiofli At Teheran\,
ciiAumMIIII: UINH' i'eru-The
.
to Jacksonville and tried to extort ............
The eagle I had the Democrat! leader in 'lag for R duty on the
in the 'heat Florida' Annual/ ,published lino from the onmnal of the just previously parliament exportation of
owner )Boston
Nov. lil ,
--Charley White
killed and! Rucejman San, assistant mineral l has 'been
belonging Walters
at $Augustine, fr publicity and L. a goose to )Ir approved by the
HmJ:an, It )Funderburk, condition
on of Chicago, tonight knocked Mil
out
who took I minister of the interior, government
advertising purposes, Little other part in the affray with are retiring
that he should] have the
par returned burn Hajlor in the first round
busine4: came: to the attention of the to them shotgun. The bird measured! seven from public life, as are other officials

council! feet from tip to tip of its wings. who are opposed to Russia," THE: WEATHER:
He agreed to the proposition, and + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

trailed by Detective Hurlbert the PEACE TALK -
A NEW BUICKJ to Orlando HEAVILY FINED NOTICE For Florida? Fair today much
party came yesterday, the Berlin Not. 16.-A semi-offi. *
thief located the car in a private cial! colder tonight in northern and central
gar- report printed in the Vos- *
George Brinkman was fined $25 and Manager B. Beacham
Jr.
of the
Wl f Paul, j>f Zellwood, has purchased age, and was arrested, being taken niche Zeitung announces that costs by Mayor Sperry in police court Grand Amusement Co., announces portions winds.; moderate to fresh northwest -
of the Cook Automobile com- back to Jacksonville. Warrants for Germany is prepared to make *
yesterday for fighting, and liven an that the Lucerne theatre will not
pany a seven passenger Buick auto- ;the arrest of Dr. Saver have been peace provided the allies will additional fine of and open I
$5 costs for for pictures until
Saturday, November
mobile. The first trip was made Saturday drawn but so far his whereabouts make overtures. Have your visiting cards engraved,
creating a disturbance at the skating 27. This is due
to
complicationswhich
been ascertained. j correct form, at Curtis & O'Neal's,
I have not 4f. * + + + 4f4 + rink
Saturday night.
have arisen
over film bookings. book, stationery and music store.



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THE DAILY WIIW.l.h ON IHhR I \\'.\NT .V SH U"E. I

.VII.ROM) IKUKS: Breathlessly he rushed: into the bar-
South Florida Sentinel The folly' of venturing on railroad ber shop and sprang into the chair !

ft| RNJNJS AND WEEKLY tracks is illustrated by the statement "I want a shave and a hair cut andI Freesiaand
"- GLENN: : . ....................Editor that while the Pennsylvania railroad have only fifteen minutes," he said. Tulips
w r. FsslM.TON; : .BaiinrM Manager ,
-- --- -- -- carried 180,000,000 passengers last Old Fritz stopped to consider and i
Entered, an hecond at the Clans poctoffire Mail Matter.at Orlando Florida year without a single fatality., 2is asked, "Vitch do you want the most?" l

r persons were killed and 258 other "A shav e" The shave took about' all kind of Flower Bulbs for !sale at our :tore. For pot planting in doors or for outdoor

Dally, 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION.............RATES........... $500 were injured, while walking on the eleven minutes. As Fritz removedthe I planting, now H the time to buy your bulb We will give you one of our nice :-cod
Daily Month ...... ................ Z.60 tracks. If this railroad towel from his customer's neck
Daily. I Month. ...................... 125 company's catalogues which gives full information about planting. >
Dan,. 1 Month ....................... fi0 company had caused so many fatalities he said: "Mine friend don't nefferagain , '
.- - it would ask a barber to cut hairs I Double Tulip doz._2je:;
--- careless management
-- --- by your ,
trrkljr.. 1 Tear .......... ........... 1190
-- - -- -- have been severely criticised and Very and shave you in fifteen minute, Roman Hyacinth, mixed, doz._.._______75c
ILL glBSCKIPTtONfl' ADVANCE' PATABLK IN properly" too, for its failure to exer cause sometime you might find a l>re-\\ Dutch Roman Hyacinth, doz.....__._4Uc
-- ripe 'proper precautions for the protection her vat would do it."\oulh'e Miuul Single Tulips doz...,__'JOcCnlla

TO ADVKHttBKKStCftt of the public. but the Iccull is tmtiion LillioK\\ oath____.__&= ,,-___.UK?
f>f dl.pIU inrf III athrr kttU-.irt due entirely to the Ih.livlduttN!' who I (loot( White Nam,,. u-*, each,_nnu=,=.fit'
MUM fc $awd.e III It Ik* ".1" "
MvtrtlilM *
deer .f 'h. BrMliMtl Nat lil I .f Iliiii. I V, m.Ik (mill the I'Ctutll\ with! their liven, 1'niH-r Whto N'nrtwuH, 1! t"raan=__....tic:
rl.na.<.U. k..f..f fur. tuMii-ftllnn mnlttfl, adtrrtlilnti TkU ml ,(II frllnto (Ie WhlIlk dti the tracks The Ian BURGLARS! I IWilY 1,01'd lull1l1"' 1I 'nl'lllth, t'iich=....=,, U>g

la t.M H,. slid all! t>. Irirlly KrMJ la.ah ear of tlil* procure( to |ipiletrUn, Uit II Miii'Io lIvm'intliH, uit'h= = ==== .-====== := KU),
nliMiHi' that Mite wuitileiw .Vttiiely H.uu'liith t:'liM"i'o ,'"ch . I\.'
-- -- -
$ ..eRb.w. dmlftlt lltvnuiify Poo",1 da'raasdww.d I ==: : : :'" ==
.....11.... ih'* ..&).... III waiter anII. I n tU*>' |ui..t>t<* that the newspapers| |
dill." of ..ha..".fuq,...,wlat,\ atI..wta.erlp/lua.fale 11 .111 talaa) .I... ilu nut IMVP to record some trwt'nly, SIUI11,1YOU( WOHUY? \\ Mielt nwil order from" out of town futtomera. Add fie dozen fur potntCT. | \
: t.a'
awn*|.(l>k B.:a.., Numb slap. a IIIT .rae.iea4., , ,. ,,,'" 14 or nuriuw escape from death, due to (
desperate| | chances people take for the : L. D E ..8..
%'I.IN1$11.11'. : :\tVI.IItl) ut 17 1UU bake of i saving a few minutes by Itt u Hurular Policy in .

--- walking on the railroad Of (course (a;{)1t( CASl'ALm' CO. I "The} Druir aiul Sped Mnu"

It is about time to pul>hah the price noUuly, expects to be killed and everybody Protect You Night and Iay'
PROPRIETOR
of Thanksgiving turkeys. hopes to see the express: train I II
---0- coming in time to get out of the way, I
Every man Knows a lot of fool yet despite this, accidents occur and In Case of Loss' CITY DRUG STOREORLANDO

things he would do if he had the the list of fatalities continues:> to in-

money. ase.-lIaH'rhill Gazette. IMJOMI'T SEHMCE AND FLORIDA

o o SETTLEMENT (,L.AIL\ TEED .
...
Some people are so polite that en- "It is not enough for us to sin'We'll
durance is frequently mistaken for never let the old flag fall,' nor
I have Been Investigating,: and
stand and criticise those who are doing IDC. CHICKEN SIPl'HJ
hospitality. Adjusting,: Bur laQ' Claims I I FOR SALE!
This time which .
o the lighting. is a ('lll'I' EN Sl'I'I'EJ1' VST OKC
Since 1SDGIEO.
Furniture is something manufac- calls for the greatest possible sacri- I .\l'h.: MOUTH OKXNdthNlr.:.
tured for a woman to move around fice. To every one of us comes three I SEI: \'EU in TilE DXK.HII-KS! OF I Mj; residence, corner north Orange second floor. Lot. 154; feet ""' ,nand
I SU.\ll ,
Tln i
IIUTCIIINSON TilE ( nUEI\n: Robinson aenuetonUuinnj: orange .ntnue Grounds atlla"i 'I y
once a week. alternatives: Compromise tamely ( A. JTMAINC.: I .. sI1HIKrKKHK. Library, Reception loam, Pen > ('%%- arranged, and sprayed bI1'U'.
-o- stand aside and suffer extinction or Gen. Agent ',! BEN: tJ'1T 01 IIIF: OI.I) Ol.ltlEIS' ing Room Dining: Room Kitchen. I''groundjstem, .
A man gets hung for killing one fight, and there is only one of these Rooms 1-G Phone 700 'HOMK Hm ChNIb .\ I'LVIL. Pantry, Grocery Room. Lavatory. all Large garage and log (ilmi plav
I have preached Watkins Block I Ill-14-4tc on first floor with bath and a ,11'hou'e.. eti \\ill sell furnishes 01 un-
worth considering
person, but he pets an iron cross if nag apartment with eleven windows 1 furnished.
he kills a hundred. against militarism and shall continueto - - - -- and seen closets and storage room on I I 11-7 Im
o do so when it means armament and : ..... I

The Indian who was killed by the drilling in time of peace, but now it i,. CHARLES P. DOWPRESCRIPTIONS
woman he had re-married seven times for \liberty. and we can do nothing !but 'I A A.B.COOKCOWCHRIST A

died with a smile on his face. fight if we would protect that which |

o has been won for us and paid for by BUILDING : ORLANDO 'V
our forefathers"-Rev. A. B. Winchester 't/
:Many a man who would steer clear
of a graveyard after dark is not of Toronto. for
safely our
Q AS AGENTS, we invest money
afraid of a tank full of spirits.
o POINTEDPARAGRAPHS. customers; manage their real and personal

If some people were as clever at getting isn't. black as it is property; look after their taxes and other obliga- We place every safeguard around our prescription compounding. -
to work on time as they are at All news as tions collecting rentals interest and dividends. When a prescription is filled at our store, there is no ques-
making excuses for being late, theywould printed. tion as to competency, accuracy or quality of drugs.
When some people talk it's a waste
never have to be censured for and Bonds Let us fill jour prescriptions.
Times. of time to )'awn.Keighbors INCOME INVESTMENTS, Mortgages I
tardiness'-Trenton should try to do as they FREE
o
expect to be done by. DELIVERYlii
Ohio raised a potato crop thiy The talk it takes to run things
more MATERIALSAND During inclement weather you should take full advantage four
that will be sufficient to give BUILDING
year
the slower they move.Don't
prompt delivery service. It is maintained for your convenience -
in the state, men, women .
every person let the badness of your neighbors
and we hope you will use it freely.
and children, about a bushel and
worry you; they might do worse CONSTRUCTION
t a half of the tubers. The total crop Our idea of a hypocrite is a person
is estimated by the state board of who throws mud at a man while alive

agriculture in the November crop re- and puts flowers on his coffin when Lucerne PharmacyPhone
port, given out today, at 7,014,256 he dies.-Chicago News. \Ve can save you time, money and worry on your

bushels. They were raised on 96,453 ---0- building operations. Our clients are satisfied. No. 2 Orlando, Fla.
acres, averaging 73 bushels per acre.
There ought to be a censor for mischief -
-0--- makers who are masqueradingas
Radium at $36,000 a gram insteadof reformers.SIDELIGHTS.
$112,000 a gram, has been made -0---
possible by the technical research
t
work of the United States bureau of

mines during the past year, accord- Meat Market Inc.FULLY
ing to Van II Manning, director of 3y N\. S. Branch. I Hot Shot for Buyers! Yancey .
the bureau, who is in Pittsburgh inspecting I PAID UP

the work on the new experimental I 120 acres (stock land) close by, per acre_-_-_______--_--$1500
station being constructed We have thought it all over. Recalled 80 acres on lake, per acre____________ __________________$2000 T. A. YANCEY, Jr., Pres and Mgr. '
there. Air Manning said that the the pleasure we had in going Lot close to and overlooking Lucerne__--___-- --__--__:$115000: ORLANDO FLORIDA

procedure by which the price of radium home for our dinner when we were in Several Lots north of Lake Eola______________________$25000 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
has been cut will be publishedin school and the added zest that we Our Motto this year is "Bargains Only For Our Havers." Leave

a few weeks and will mean thou- had for the lessons after we returned, the terms to meOrlando Florida and Western Meats
sands of dollars saved in all lines in and have thought the question over
which raduim is utilized. from the standpoint of digestion and Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

o health, and we believe the old customof Real Estate Co. Special 1 Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
IT SURPRISES two sessions of school each day,
Business 135 P. O. BOX aa6
EVEN USSometimesthe- with an hour's interval for dinner, is E. B. BRADLEY PHONES | Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St
rapidity with whicha a better system than the single ses- WATKINS BLOCK PHONE 501

small ad. under the "For Sale" in sion system with a short recess in
the want columns will dispose of the which the children gorge themselves -
things offered. Frequently people advertise with pie and peanuts. -

furniture horses, dogs, autos
-oWe -
The arket
and every imaginable thing on Sunday enjoy the "Mutt and Jetr' pictures -

and by Monday evening they have in the Times-Union, but have
OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
sold everything. Recently we receivedan one' criticism to make regarding Bud
auto for sale ad. to run six times. i Fisher as an artist. Aside from the FERTILIZERFresh OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE

Before the third insertion the advertiser familiar figures of the lanky Mutt FRESH AND SALT MEATS
telephoned to cancel the ad. as and the sawed off little Jeff, hs pictures
Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
he had received enough inquiries to of the Kaiser, the General, the PULVERIZED SHEEP MANURE,
shipment Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
sell fifty autos. "Corp," the Doctor, the Quartermaster -
o ter, all look exactly alike. "Bud" just in. Best for Ferns, Lawns, Flowers and Gardens.Get and pure.
WILL REGULATE ought to learn to make some other We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

HOTEL PORTER4. kind of a lookng man just for "a.riet"s yours now.Orlando. everything in the Meat Line.

At the meeting of the Hotel\len's\\: sake.
I M.&elftl(34:>
association at the -()- H.. .
rooms last night, a committee was Young people are apt to envy' the '
PINE STREET
Produce Co. PHONE NO. 80
Seed &
appointed to regulate the porters and young man or woman who has a liberal -
hotel 1 runners at the depot. The fight income and nothing to do but i

and scramble for tourists and newcomers spend it. As a, matter of fact, such 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166
has become a nuisance, but individuals are to be pitied There ia:
since the association; has taken the no true happiness in the life of any

situation in hand it will probably he normal being who spends his time If You Do Not Believe
stopped at once. Just what will he selfishly amusing himself.
done* to regulate the porters has not -()- ti, I
been decided upon )'et.-St. Petersburg The Gainesville correspondent of the 1IIIIIIIIIIf Ii i
i that the Chalmers has power like a locorm'''ve and rides
Independent Times-Union tells of a ":now whitesquirrel" I 'YI
o recently killed in that Mcmity. j like a parlor car, just call for a demonstration at 14 E.
HITS ROM .. Having lived most of our QUALITY I I
Church street, or phone 223.
ask
SHARPMTS. brief life in :Missouri we must .
It may l>e observed of the good ,our brother from Alachua for an optical I
for.
the can afford to pay a price :
loser that he seldom loses. demonstration. It is only thing you

One way to keep out of debt is --0-- We have it in our feeds. Let us show you the best :

never to spend money which one Will the Tampa Tribune please I CUALMER& MOTOR CAR CO.
merely expects to get. cease publishing the detail picturesof wheat that ever found its way to Orlando. Let us formu- :

The other fellow's troubles are those terrible bombs We are late a ma h for your chickens and watch them come to :
never entertaining to the man who afraid to read the paper containingthem I
: Freeman V. D. Phillips Mgr
has troubles of his own. when near the stove or a man the front. ,

The best remedy for an attack of i who is smoking. .( I: 14 EAST CIIURCII STREET. I'HOXE 223.
swelled head is to sit down and remember -- I

the many times that one has The only certain thing about Greeceat .The Co-Operative Produce Co. :

done foolish things present is that she can be countedon ,
A woman never cares to boss more to be uncertain.-Times-Union. I W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447MMIMtMIIHIIIIIMIIIMIMMMMMIMIiMMIMi

, than one establishment at a time Another sure bet is that turkey will i
When she is married she is willing to be surrounded by grease a week from Try A Sentinel Want Ad
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Is to buy your Shoes now at buy your Shoes is at the
RemarkableTo
these wonderful low sale prices Big Store's Big Shoe Sale




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a THE BIG STORE


Of Women's Misses' and Children Shoes



Opportunity comes but once in a long time. This is a golden opportunity. She

will be in the Yowell-Duckworth Co.'s Big Store Friday, Nov. 19th and every day until

the 1st of December When we will offer the greatest Bargains in Ladies' Misses' and Children's Shoes
ever offered any one at any place. We have many lines and styles we want to close out, and to do this
we are offering them at prices so low that they seem rediculous, as you will agree by noting a few ot the

many low prices below.

'Lot No. 1. Misses', and Children's !\ Lot No. 4. Ladies' Gun Metal, Tan, 'Lot No.7. Ladies' Patent, Gun
Shoes,Patent,Gun Metal and Kid,sizes : Patent and Kid Shoes Oxfords and Metal and Tan Shoes. In this lot you
8 1-2 to 2. These Shoes are specially j Pumps. This includes Cloth and White will find some wonderful good bar-
good for school wear,as they are all ini' tops,former values up to $6, to close gains. Shoes that are really worth
c good leathers and styles. Former pri- \i out at" $3.15 a pair double what we ask for them in this
ces up to$3.00,to be closed out?t sale $1.95 a pair
$1.00 a pair I
II I Lot No. 5. Ladies' Patent, Tan and
Lot No. 2. Misses' and Children's i i Kid Shoes,Oxfords and Pumps. Good Owing to limited space
Shoes In Patent, Tan and Velvet in qualities and.styles. Values up to $5,
sizes for the larger school girls, This in this sale $2.85 a pair ;j we mention only a tew of
is a wonderful lot, and well worth
the wonderful bargains -
$2.00.$2.50 and$3.00 to be closed out at many
Lot No. 6. Ladies Kid, Gun, Metal,
$1.60 a pair the Shoe
Tan and Patent Shoes, Oxfords and in Department -

Lot. No.3. Ladies' Patent Tan, Dull. they Pumps.are exceptional See this wonderful good values lot that as during this Great Sale I
Kid and Gun Metal I Sh' This IS a afford miss. Values
you cannot to up Th. within the
wonderful opportunity to purchase are
t 0to 50,specially priced at
regular $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 ,
$2.35 a pair reach of all.
qualities in this sale at $2.50 a pair li

Don't fail to come and look them over personally and you will agree that we are

giving the most wonderful Shoe Bargains in the City of Orlando. Come and see for yourself.

THEY MUST BE SACRIFICED, REGARDLESS OF PRICE!


Owing to the large business of the last year on
, \ II
: Shoes we have accumulated hundreds of pairs that we

;:.l must sell regardless of cost. Our loss in this matter is 4i

( furnish the for less than
"; your gain. You can family

half the money you ever did before. ;

} 1A COME AND GET YOURS! .-




The Yowell-Duckworth Co.

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


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UOLtlE.N \\EDDIMi: A.NMEH8AU > .


M t. and Mr*, Hobert\' 110Ateester-

Winter Park News .day.t verr quietly celebrated the fiftieth .
tthhl\Hsltt-t uf their ttiarria) AN UNUSUAL SELLING PENT!
at thelf holtie!, bUll> Nasl t'ehlhii l aVe=
hue: They were! the! Feeii'lehh: efiiwny
tllitU: t)' lHnflFatUlat14n9'\ fFtttii
their mml@f\HH\: fri hd9 MIIII MeI1Ijtit\! t=
Dolly Budget 01 Horns Concerning antes in and MHnmot tirland t tins 1 1r

The Town And Rollins COllegeS thnnudWIj\Fifly@4re Hmtf'JUQ yeaterday' Miii1ti4Itil Today ,

=i4 dean W 4 r W.Inite.t\ itmarriage
I to Mr. Robert llowe, a.
\S mnnt.f, ASSISTANT 41, C. L, a..tnt\ j.ouisvlllet/ y.. For 33 years they f
alias Herta Smith and! Mr. Arthur fieo, Armstrong, of Sanford has have resided! in Orlando and consequently \ and every day until Saturday are days to be carefully noted
Schultz were quietly married at 12:30 been detailed as J, C, Vick'a assistan their friends are legion. 4 -
o'clock in Winter Park yesterday at clerk at the Winter Park A. C. L. They came to Orlando in the early by our patrons- -
the home of the bride's father, Mr. M. passenger depot for the winter 80's and are pioneers beloved by
II. Smith on Interlachen avenue. Rev. months. many. Since they first came here Or- On these days the

W. L. Darze, pastor of the Methodist lando has steadily grown and during cj11 \
church, performed the ceremony. SAD NEWS their third of a century's residence t
Only the immediate relatives and a Orlando has blossomed into the most "
few intimate friends were present. CoL J. N. Bradshaw yesterday I beautiful and progressive inland cityin "Merode
Shortly following the ceremony the morning received a telegram from the state. Mr. S. Waters Howe,
happy couple came to Orlando where Covington. Ga., conveying the sad cashier of the State Bank, is an only Hand-Finished
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they boarded the north bound train news of the death of his nephew'swife r
over the Coast Line for a trip to I and baby which occurred yester- son.The Sentinel joins with a host of }
Jacksonville and St. Augustine.The day morning at that place his nephew friends in extending congratulations Underwear.
bride is an attractive and being J. O. Bradshaw. and. best wishes to this estimable
amiable young lady, possessed of all couple whose lives have been inspir-
the characteristics of heart and mind ORCHESTRA CONCERTMr. : ing to those around them. ;
that fit a woman for ideal wifehood.She I 4'1, : Selling Event will be held-the Great Annual Offering

has cordial, vivacious manners Ragsdale will bring over his I A PAIR OF SIXES i i4 and
l it of Women's and Children's underwear from new complete -
that have made her universally pop- orchestra from Kissimmee again this II 1 i
ular.Mr. afternoon to play a concert programat Two performances Edward Pe- j (\' ail ; %- +r t fr stocks of this noted brand.
Schultz is a promising )'oung'business '' the Lucerne Pharmacy from 2:30 pIe's merry comedy, A Pair of Sixes j
man of Winter Park and is t05p.m. I pleased good sized audiences at the I
very popular among a host of friends. Duval theatre yesterday afternoonand We Sell
The Sentinel joins their many I ADDITIONAL: LOCALS last night. The comedy was first l ''W
friends in extending congratulationsand presented Sunday night, and all audiences -
best wishes for a life full of joy Mrs. J. R. Davis left yesterday af- gave full endorsement to the |y "iVI rode AUiiderwear}
and happiness. ternoon over the Atlantic Coast Line entertainment as a laughmaker. The
a a.6.
for Atlanta Ga., where she will spenda producers have sent out an excellent
MEETING: OF SENIOR: ACADEMY couple of weeks with Mr. Davis, company of playrs and the play is '" because we know that every garment represents twenty-
CLASS I who is traveling Georgia in the inter- adequately and attractively staged. Gn" a
The senior class of the Rollins est of the Curry-Smith company of Jacksonville TimesUnion.The seven years of conscientious endeavor on the part of the

Academy held a brief business meeting this city. above attraction will appear at makers.
yesterday in Knowles Hall. The the Lucerne theatre Saturday evening c
committee appointed at last meeting I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Marsh Jr., who November 20th.
to investigate the matter of whether arrived in Orlando several days ago
or not the class should purchase pins I from New York to spend the winter We have in stock a representative selection that will meet the demand of the

vips ready with its report but owing I'have recently returned from an automobile iActccY
IF OR mostCriticaL1Vlerode"
to the absence of several members all I trip to points of interest in I
action on this matter was postponedto ,the southern part of the state and are
a future meeting. I pleasantly located for another sea- I

NEATLY DECORATED DISPLAY avenue.son's sojourn at 309 North Orange I KIDNEYS BOTHER Prices

WINDOWThe i (Hand-Finished)

Winter Park candy store con- Mr. John Kelly who was a residentof Eat less meat and take a giass of 50 cents to $3.50 per garment
ducted by Miss Harriet Bill, has since Orlando during the eighties, spent Salts to flash out Kidney Underwear. .
its opening day been constantly improving yesterday in Orlando greeting old Drink plenty water. '.
its window display. The arrangement friends. Mr. Kelly is an old friendof
of the display yesterdaywas our venerable townsman, Mr. Ed-
especially attractive, and drew ward Holland' and a charter?member Uric acid in meat excites the kidneys, Week Nov. 15th to Nov. 20thLadies'ReadyToWear
they become overworked pet sluggish,
; Display
considerable attention from passers- of the first band organized in Orlando.Mr. ache, and feel like lumps of lead. The ,
by. Kelly is now making his home in urine becomes cloudy t the bladder is irritated
Jacksonville.Mr. and you may be obliged to seek re-
ROLLINS FRESHMEN: lief two or three times during the night:
When the kidneys flog you must help
The Rollins freshmen met In regular and Mrs. K.: S. Farrington, of them flush off the body's tirlnous wa,te
session yesterday afternoon. Several Boston Mass., arrived last eveningover or you'll be a real sick person shortly
matters of Interest to the freshman the Coast Line to spend their At first, you feet a dull misery in the kid
spy region, you puffer! from backache,
and sophomore elates were third season In Orlando. They tire hpuditrlie
pick dlxrlne, stomach evto
drought up for lllt'ull'lott.!'! The fre!!hrntti very popular nniotiK n hot of friends' sour, tongue. eottted !and you feel t riieu*
nee plntittlng! to gate ntt ehlertnlnmctit and the news of their tot'tuthtIlt be matte twinges when the weather U Iwtd. week exceptional titfnct) we hail entered! Into with one uf
told of
for the snaps| In the course tt't't'lttot1tHh delight. They will again hot: l less tni'd.Jtlnk lot of water A or PO ago ue you on
tf the ht'd neck usten lrty hccUpy their t,1t'1t*rtht nprtrlniehtii nt tI'slid' JiH t!t
the Ulchdttltt tilt SNest ttrett. In .ft klaas tol aalrt .hhinte, ttt."ltflt.\
llhlt'US' 10 tll't:t-c MAItLAND. ----= M ft lewlfH dsttt lOt" "ltt ttltltti'H' ltthHt \ 11'0\ Wt'r' tit Ilitt'0 PltJlIlut! l1\.tJt'y tl1H1t! wtJltk fill its'hottuipUt '
I INN!. MK ttttil, MM.. It. II. hint, ttHI\.11II. II t lifts\ this. 'lahtnlia ,a, lh tot ftitt.l f *\
lit; J. 8, fMHtiUh\ |ilMilMMr| \ Hf the lit 1\hllll:\ hl. rtMllttg, ftHltt lltirkHt. MrtHlnni,,! Iiitt I( ithrntnlt0hlrtl i| liy MM; ItIH. *! N: J:, In. !">{'Mitl rtttMlltHril , .- \\IIIIH$ | ts --frtlHM| .. I1Itt tintlHiHhlH t'' Ri jiwiid u '
tflPfcHlli. \ IhlHMtHl' ) .In. lliHF liHUtM, MilK t IftHF,! I'M ll1 I jr ItMfiiH, 'lilt* ttkk1H$1thftttiUhi : }, / flH J .t H hMf>>11i1 d.tHllp: inn., HIP ne\vM t inn rnp-ftl tli? lerminrtllun uf HIP thr'p@
,I<4f, 'llt ey' will l hhpln I IHU, +'ehlwnhoi0.. | I'mtMUll', = IMlb' : rn,ny Itiieiaall : friar .lit tit-itHtt\lftl\ fltll, IIH,is. JH IHIIlI; di
ill Hltm. : |MFMlrilHrr| ] In (II..* AlWMng{ fit HHniUI Barn fHF first miHM4 iH1l1i1".if tpesHFf4.!'JFha'bitFMNF4ui) \ .t ea;.+iHl ..1Hf4, H-ot4 harlnllV@rY ..lr M Dllaulll hAlt to} Ira r@ttiriwuI iiitllenl
IliB, I lilt\ ttlilt-lt. l+ Ift I labs. {II"ft, 111\ ,liftI1Ilr t furttftnl 'in !heir. nHHIt ia4 f5..UII 'i' hH JII-Jl..i\'f, :, f:41li,4 'in-'
} ,t.p.I.lnnII, tich'willttF' ThilN trAHI ''hnHfllh lilhi4-wattr". ai dtitlihtff1. tderfeacnt: = :. \ ,
: I1riu Nit, h kterynga lumH: Lj4jl\
tH :
from d4cha1ltiile, t th city in h"Irhf.t.II""fr
$4u raw and tbtq: it q "rep the ,kidneys
t'ai h IHIIS A "IIH1H li "aiZ"i AI r. Trtlhert, who ttilIH' sad ftciivp. pniggiata/ here MytU
|(. M. ralilwell yestenUy receivel' has spent several seasons )n Urlandu, they lots' of .la-I 1 t Salts tq. folks vvhq
from the Winter I Park Garage a model them. etieVtt m overcoming, kidney 1 | lraableNtule
|n-!5 Jluick "s>i u." lluicks are going accompanied' it id PtJy trouble. Next l Iteiaf\ n I Is tie t

fast and Manager Mason is having l'UoT) TO CLASSIFANTED \ t .
trouble booking enough of these pop- MISS MAY\ I1ARDAVVAY I ; i
ular cars to supply the demand. \\ -A middle aped woman,

nursing white preferred Apply 111; Hill housework street. and PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER ,
;
IlU. nllztlUuctSSES Y. M. C. A. ii
11-17-lt
WINTER: PARK FLA. Last t hay
The weekly meeting of the Y. M. -
C. A. last evening was addressed by WANTED-Work wanted by carpenter. -I -
Man with experience in all
Rev. W. I.. Barze, of the Methodist
lines. R. A. Curtis, care Phoenix Schultz Building. Phone 406
church. Dr. Barze gave a very help- House, W. Church street. ll-17-6t
ful talk, which was heard with inter- fir our first return shipment But in order to make our
FOR SALE-One top buggy and one i
est by the young men present.WINTER runabout, in fine condition. Price I All Work Neatly and Accurately Done
cheap. Inquire at1.. J. Westfall's : returns as small as possible we have decided to reduce the
: PARK NOTES Formosa, Fla. ll-17-6t i ----- 1 ::5
Room No. 3, Schultz Bldg. prices of what we have left to a point where Profits will
C. II. Campbell, representing C. M. FOR SALE-City residence horse,
Lewis & Co., and John Ward, of the furnished wagon harness rooms for, roll rent.top E.desk.II. Gore Two, Dr. C. W. Fain not be considered. Between now and Wednesday an opportunity is offered you that no
Merchants and Miners Line were Our Grocery Co., 6 and 8 E. Pine. other firm in the whole State of Florida can equal.

among the popular transportationmen 11-17-31 DENTIST We quote here a few of the prices. It is necessary however to see the finished

spending part of yesterday in LOOK OUT!! for T. A. Mann's big costumes themselves-to judge of the Big and exceptional reductions.
Winter Park. Office Hours 8 to 12, 2 Jo 5.
special sale. Advertisement;; in Fri-
day s and Saturday's Sentinel. I
WINTER: PARK FLA.
II. B. Rachels who has been substituting ll-17-2tc Regular Prices.$17.50 for $13.75 Regular Prices.$25.00 for $19.30:
1 for some weeks as assistant __ ___ _n _-_-_ $18.50 for $U.50 $27.50 for $21.75
in Miller's barber shop, left last MMimMMIMMMIMIIMMMMMMMM $19.50 for $15.50 $29.50 for $22.50
night: for Arcadia where he goes to $22.50 for $17.50 $32.50: for $23.00:
take up an attractive business prop

osition.! Do It Now These beautiful Dresses are made in exquisite qualities of Charmeuse, ftnum, Faille

The Tompkins family, of Mctttlnnd. Frnncal.Crepe de Chine,' Georgette! Crepe and! bilk plaid combinations. '
returned to their Inter home after Buy a "BUICK" or a "FORD"Car
un enjoyable summer spent| In the
North the return trip was" trade inheir
( 1111.1"",, "*U." ,

and be satisfied
Mesdames I.*e Mnll l Woodward, of
1\II\"IIUIII, spent| Hevera! hour in Wlntcr -
(Park yesterday shopping Dickson-Ives Co"Orla

M..rl, Walker, lI"t"nc! Cook : Winter Park Auto Co.
the commercial visitor\
were among
to Winter Pwrk yesterday. OPEN DAY AND NIGHTMMMiiilMlillMMMIMIMIMMMIIIMtlliMMIM Favorite Shopping Place Orlando, Fla.
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Mill Jennie Iloykln and Mr*. Ed.
Favor paid a visit to Orlando )'eltu.

day morning.



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forward to not only by the membersof ------_-_ =O.LclCi1-- - -- -- -


I I'I'I I (rimtbn nrttty the year the public will lodge as be well.and greatly their The enlarged families services, this and but Favorite TODArS 1'IWGU.UIK.ay 11 "Get It At Allen's" UI


some of the best home talent in sing-
Bee. "The Play of the Sea
ers and speakers will be on the pro- "
son. A drama, in two parts, featuring -
SOCIETY CALENDAR were driven by automobile to Winter gram. Howard Hickman.
I Park where they took the afternoon Eclair. "Business Is Business."
Wednesday, November 17. train for Jacksonville in which place AMATEUR STATE CHAMPIONSHIP Princess. "His Enemy."
Miss Margaret Hart entertains at Four good reels of Mutual movies.
bridge for :Miss Person. they will make their future home.
Fortnightly Club Mrs. H. M. Bear- + Tampa Fla.-More than a hundred - -
e Mrs. Anna L. Forde left yesterday
dall hpstess.
MRS. NYE WAS CHARMING golfers from all over Florida will take
Unity -wrcle; topic "Henry Ford" afternoon for DeLand to attend the
HOSTESS
part in the amateur state golf cham-
Mrs. Edna Howes.
meeting of the Florida Federation of.Women's .
Wednesday Card Club at 2:30 o'clock Mrs A. J. Nye yesterday enter- pionship, which is to be held on the
Miss Cynthia McKee hostess. tained a number of ladies at bridge course of the Tampa Auto and Golf Clubs which met at that
Thursday November 18. place yesterday for a four days ses-
and after-
a most enjoyable pleasant Club December 8 to 11. Golf has
Rosalind Club Miss Hattie Hudson
sion.
chairman. noon being the privilege of the grown rapidly in favor in the last few +
Kil Kare Klub Mrs. Bence hostess. guests. The dining room was deco- years and now there are strong clubs I 0I
B. M. P. Athletic Association meets.U. rated in red roses, the reception hall at points in the state where The Fortnightly Club will be en- SHE WILL GIVE REAL THANKSfor
many
.Astor D. .C Cafe chicken benefit supper old 6:30 soldiers'at the in white roses, and the living room in Floridians as well as tourists play. tertained tomorrow afternoon by Mrs. I one of our bracelet watches, Lavallieres, rings or other arti-
home. pink roses, the effect being most art- Few realize the strong attraction golf H. M. Beardall. cles of jewelry. For the gift will ,express both generosity and good
taste. Our jewelry is mounted with special attention to good form
November 19. First Mrs.
Friday istic. prize was won by winter
has for the better class of
in and with a strict regard for quality. We shall be happy to showit
Mrs. Geo. E. Nolan receives com-
C. P. Dow, a pretty crystal bud vase, tourists. Cities with good golf courses A GREAT HONOR to
pliment to Miss Person Mrs. Bros- you.
sier and Mrs. Lord. while second prize was captured by find that they not only furnish recreation I
Fortnightly Literary Society Cathe- Mrs. C. W. Smith a brass violet bowl. for their own people but attract Orlando, Fla., Nov. 16, 1915.My .
dral school. I Assisting the hostess were Mrs J. N. many winter ,visitors who like the Dear Sentinel:-It may interest ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS

Nullos Saturday Club, ,Mrs November DeWitt 20.Miller, I Burden Mrs W. C. McLean, Mrs. land where it is possible to play the you and your many readers-many of b .dJ
S hostess. Abberger and Mrs. Jas. Burden. old Scots game the year round. Last whom I am happy to class among my .- _. =o.
During the same fruit punch was year there were fifteen golf coursesin friends in our City Beautiful-to _
WERE UNITED IN MARRIAGEYESTERDAY served. The refreshments consistedof the state some of them just com- know that the undersigned has the .
fruit salad, nut bread sandwiches pleted and others that had been used signal honor conferred upon him of DO YOU THAXSGIV1XGBRIGHTENING

In the presence of the families anda salted almonds and coffee. The guestswere for years. This year there are twen- being appointed national patriotic in- UP
Mesdames J. W. McElroy, E. T. the commander in chiefof A NI
very few intimate friends at 12:30 ty-three courses and plans are under structor, by with out paints. Then you'll be sure
the Jackson, Carmack, II. B. Mjers, J. I. for others. Before long Florida the Grand Army of the Republic,
o'clock yesterday, in Presbyterian way of making a good job of it, one that
church, was solemnized the marriageof Thornton, S. E. Ices, Jr., C. 1' Dow, will have courses as famous as thosein the lion. Elias 11. Monfort, of Cincinnati will do credit and one that will
Miss Clara Holland and Mr.\ William I Josiah Ferris, C. W. Smith, It P. Cobb the big resort centers of the North. Ohio; and, my very dear Sir, last for you Tell us plans
Randolph Uohinson. The simple I J. N. Uradshaw, Jas. Burden, J. N. The championship is open only to while 1 esteem it a great honor, 1 and we'll years.supply just the right your paints,

ring ceremony of the 1'resbjrleriah Burden Mrs. Edperton; J. U. Lawton residents of Florida and Golf tltpei-t fully realize the great responsibility ttc, with fchich to dd the work
t'hutrlttit!' u'ed and Hr. T. It. Mc- O. H. Hobihsoh+ C. 11. Nye T. W.MHthews Smith of the Tahijirt club has arranged Ih properly bringing to the hiinds of
Cohhell JierfoMneil the terHnohy.Ihe I 1 \V. t'. McLeah, J. A Abbet- for a fine touthatiitht. llhHt l the t youtig and iisihg generation lepohs ; -- -- -- -

t t lit ll lite wote <* Modish!i and Wtttntltitf : ger, J. U> Neal, and ids Mls!t><; 111tHhnwtutt ( ttlU"l!" de in his hand nut later of |mlrluU"n1 ritid) lute fur Hut rA Orlando. ratal.., & Wall Paptr O

Quit lit tiiue"' liKiftiiettiUt, + with\ I kale! gwit'etadd: M8tg9tetwit I tmh! lptptiil) < n, at 'n 1 |II. lit. 'Iliete flag fltul our plurioli uUhttr-UhHI"ll" 0 Ofdngt Arl ueCOLEMAN
tdlhtjr, 'WH'pwtilM'' ",, tit tttnltlt. Herwelt , t111 wert) M MtiMBP of Illlei$ nf (Il tic+ I 4 (the I'lajreH' !luQy fuf t'out' ilaSr": I h III!= Kit I;fl..t li flU \\-ret, mi*, but utitl r\III1'f? A KUAN
k11ey, IUH4'; MKMtlHIAIi HAY htwthg, i jcj (Ulli prugratui I IWtJlllltJIIII"y l ht4: Vfiy truly )alit",
Mr, IMvM, lI llllliritlry fhitnln \= 't ltt+ Vflrntu\ H mnHtlee<* wltith Inve tf it, ni-ll" 4itlifiIlMfUlfllllc >, Bill,\ll SKfil.Y I ,
n Iy v'imptHl"' in l.nmn ';rof\lhI..th. I bean''' ; rll..i1lt| 11 lo arrange\ fop the //lti h..III&. Hi lnwael' t ucnres t" New! Jersey! ;dint 1'11H11114:
with silver ,lack and fur trimmi"IIi, .program ami aft| u uro ami inu&u fur qualify' -- -
was matron. of honor, and| Mr. Walter I- I the fctv;, <' annual 1 meowM' day' which Th4Pid4Y, 8:30: a, m--First n 4ftl l The want a.- $js a. grftit smoother

C-uWe' of this city, acted as heat ;{ mU occur pn Monday, December 6th, championship match, |H holes; |tint of business, anti) Domestic affairs.OSTEQPATWP CAREY HANDFUNERAL
| are working"' hard for Its success. This round consolation (lights, }tt holes.
rnan.After hearty congratulations and annual feature of the Elks lodge Thursday, 2: p. m.-Second round PHYSICIAN l ANP
warm good wishes the young couple i grows better each year and is looked! championship match 18 holes; second SURGEON I DIRECTORAND
round consolation flights, 18 hides

COX Friday, 8:30 a. m.-Semi-finals Dr. Howell, osteopaths physician EMBALMER\ \
MRS. MARY A. championship match, 18 holes; semifinals and surgeon announces that ha hush|
consolation flights, 18 holes. returned from liar;ard University, ,
ANNOUNCESThat where he took post graduate work ml
Saturday, 9 a. m. and 2 p. m.- and throat diseases.
ear nose
she has moved to Finals championship match 36 holes; Also eye physical diagiio&.s; (nerves :, ; All calls answered Promptly Dayor

Summerlin Place finals consolation flights 36 holes.T. heart, lungs, kidneys and other viscera -
110 Ed. Bryan president. ), and electrotherapy t-nd contagious Night. Hand Block.
diseases. Office Chet.ey; build
Convenient,.yet quiet and Private in a Pleasant Place where one can find All ing opposite San Juan hold. Telephone a
U-a(. is Exclusive in Blouses, Neckwear and Novelties. JUNIOR:' MATRONS CARD CLUB : Office 617; residence 1018. I Orlando Florida.PHONE .

110 Summerlin Place Orlando Fla, The Junior Matrons Card Club was - __ ___h --- I
most charmingly entertained yesterday 639. REsmENt PHONE 457,
afternoon by Mrs. Allan Weath-
ersbee at her home on Lucerne Circle. SKATING RINK -
Besides the club members the guests

were Mrs. Harold McDonald of Chicago .. . . II II II II . . . . . II I' . II II II 11111111
Mrs David Rodgrs Miss Alta .
I Wright, and Miss Lillian Aldredge.
Mrs. C. G. Brown won the prize, a

pretty crocheted bath towel. A salad ROLLER POLO FRANK A.CUKTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
course was served. The club will be
TUESDAY NIGHT
entertained next Wednesday by Mrs.
Thos. B. Brodwater. NOV. 16th.
+
FAST GAME: --
FOR MISS PERSONA

.... very pretty party was that given .
yesterday afternoon by Mrs C. B.
Robinson and the Misses Robinson in CARNIVAL AND GRAND

honor of Miss Willie Person who is MARCH COMING: SOON CURTIS & O'NEALInsurance
to wed Mr. W. L. Tilden on the 30th.
: f fi There were ten tables of bridge, Mrs. I

i Hamilton Johnson and Miss Alma De- Phone 5 for Loans Real Estate i
Laney winning high scores, each receiving FISH AND OYSTERS :

s a Japanese basket filled with Fresh Every Day
roses. Delicious refreshments were Rentals

t served. THE WALDECKER FISH CO.
+ I
206 Boone Street
SOCIETY NOTES OF INTERESTThe : .

cycle of teas given by !the ..

ladies of the Baptist church has been INGLENOOK CAKE AND ..
well attended. This is the third week CANDY PARLOR .
.
and forty-nine ladies will entertain at .

Demountable their homes this afternoon at three- Delicious Candies Cakes Sandwiches : ESTABLISHED ISM
; thirty. These teas will aid not only etc. ..

financially but socially. It is hoped Orders taken for parties. j .
that all members and friends of the Located in rear of Branch's 'Book ,.

church will become better acquainted. Store, Arcade Entrance *
Rims for Fords 1.11111111111111111111111111.111111111111111111111.11
i.
,, The teas will be continued next week. ;
Don't break the cycle. Mrs. W. M.
Davis was appointed general treas MMIIIMM . . .. . MIMMMM IMMMM

urer. All funds will be given to her. '
+ w

L. Forde, president, and d
Complete set four wheels I Mrs. Anna
:Mrs. O'Neal= and Mrs. Davis', of the Pipes! Pipes! Pipes:
and extra rim. All : Civic League, departed yesterday for
one
: Dol.\ind where they will nttcnd'theh'laridu
of Women' Club
: Federation
complete and put on for I Several others accompanied them We are selling black and galvanizeu pipe at the

: from Orln'HIThe Sorosis: Club and s best wholesale prices. Call on us before buying
: Twentieth Club will also
Century
the
it will pay you. We will also cut your pipe to
: be represented.Mr.
$20 measure so you can install it yourself. On irrigation -

: and :Mrs Merle :McElroy and work you can save money by having us .'
: baby, who have been visiting relatives I
r, drill and in brass nozzlesso
I and friends in Birmingham. cut and your pipe put

: Ala. for several weeks returned to as you can install it yourself.

: their home near Lucerne Circle We will also Sell you Bath Tubs Water Closets -
I : reaching Orlando on the Tampa Spe- :
T tif cial yesterday afternoon. '+ and Lavatories at wholesale prices and you

1. PHILLIPS & SONS : + may have your preferred plumber fit them up if
ii W- : Every one should patronize the U.
: D. C. chicken supper to be served you desire. Dq not forget to look at the "Ameri

210 S. Orange Ave. I Thursday evening at the Astor cafe. ;, can" Water Closet as it is the only noiseless

: The proceeds will go to the old sol- R closet and we guarantee it not to'get out of order
: diers' home. This is a worthy cause
and all should give the organization -- for five years.

: support. .
: +

: Mrs. E. W. Davis left yesterday F.JosephRaehnCo.lam
morning for DeLand where she will .
: attend the meeting of the Florida
: Federation of Women's Clubs which
t. convened on the 16th and will close I THE PIPE MAN11.1.1111111.1..IIIIIIII..I..IIIIII. !

IIIUi : Friday. . lr.1111111111111.11..1111111.1.111111111I



PROFESSIONAL CARDS iKAPKHtUIT; : 1'11IKIEU I lUST FAMILIES: DUNG OUT; NEW: YORK HOTELS UUS\
HUT FINE | RACE SUICIDE HLAMED: The
New York, ::. Y.-New York ho- Proper
ROBINSON & BEARDALL
, Grapefruit is excellent this ;)"t'ar. l'hilndt'lphin.-uThe fine old farm-,. tels arc enjoying an era of almost I
ATTOUNEYATLAWNo. Diminutive in size many do not look lic of Philadelphia's Quaker stock unprecedented prosperitj. This' ill attrihuted I '
very appetizing:', but the Mn.illnvx n and those founded<<1 by New England'sI'ilgrims : in part to the arrival of I* onjrravtl to order for your personal use \\
.I W'rtst Pine Sreet due ruth 'r to the thinness the skin came in for criticism today many purchasing agents in their extensive I'I
than to the interior which will W at the (convention of the American suites sent here by : 'I lint of samples and have taken several orders
Phone 161 found to be average in size and fully Association for Study and Preventionof .France Russia: and Italy. r-nIII\Otl'j I
up to the standard in tlavor! and <]ualty Infant Mortality, on the groundthat Agent from stores in South Amerca. I I week
it The fruit is pouring:' into Hattle they were permitting. themselvesto Central America the West
DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW Creek at the rate of a car load! aveek die out. and Canada, who formerly IO'lies'l I It is a pleasure to how you these
I from California and the South. "The maxim, 'as rare as a dead London, Pans or Berlin, are
There have been no frosts in mule or a Quaker baby,* certainly] do their business. Buyers and visitors you do not order.
fornia or Florida to injure the cal-I I goes for Philadelphia," said Prof. E. from the West are arriving at the I
Phone 72 I I fruit this year which with lemons are I I G. Conklin, of Princeton. rate of 2,000 a Meek at a time when I I
the most susceptible] varieties of citrus -I I "The greatest danger that faces the hotels usually)] are crowded with
Rooms 6. 6, 7. 8.- fruit and are often killed by a this city and this country today is visitors from the smaller eastern \Y. S. BRANCH
Davis & McNeill Block touch of cold weather which will not that good family stocks shall disap- cities and nearby country districts.

affect oranges. This is due to the pear. Good hereditary lines are run-
fact that the grapefruit and lemon ning out, due, in most instances, tovoluntary WALLXCE IRWIN TO WEn THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC
trees have sap flowing through them causes which ought to be Louisville] Kj.-The engagement of
Victor Starbuck during the entire year, while the sap avoided In Boston, Philadelphia and Wallace Irwin, writer, of New York
flows in orange trees only twice a -evvhere] the old families are disap- and Miss Letitia McDonald, popular - --- ---

ATTORNEYATLAWPhone year, in the spring and fall. Due to pearing. Every normal man and woman society girl and a writer who has I
climatic conditions the grapefruit are ought to be taught that they live scored several successes, was an- The Eola Packing
161 unusually thin skinned this )'ear. not only] for themselves. Too oftenwe nounced bj Mr and Mrs Donald McDonald ORHNDO FLORIDA
Some seasons the skins are almost a read the headlines 'the last of his [ parents of the bride-to-be,
No. 6 W. Pine St. Orlaod. Ha
: I quarter of an inch in thickness and family" The wedding will take place on Janu- SpecialtiesCustom
II
give the fruit a very pleasing appear- I saddest thing is to see the ary 5th.
I I ance. It is generally found that the splendid old families of Boston, Philadelphia - ------- Packers Modern
thinner the skin the better the frui ] and other places, families Shippers and Buyers Cash .
I I is. Grapefruit are selling for ten and that have borne presidents in their I Growers' Agents
fifteen cents on the Battle Creek mar- time, die out from wilfulness." Tampa T SpecialVIA S
R. RAY WHITE Growers Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect

I I ket.Naval oranges are becoming scarceron DIET CURES CANCER LONDONIOC' ; range for harvesting and packing
ATTORNEY-AT LAW the local market, but the late lR FINDS Fruit Packed and shipped as directed bj the

Room 44 Valencia] seed oranges are coming inn PACKING HOUSE-Corner Concord .lye. and
quantities and will continue to London.-Seven patients suffering W. B. RULE, :Mgr. J. S. PAGE As>,t Mgr.
Watkins Block Orlando Fla. arrive until Februarj They are selling ]- from cancer have been completelycured Atlantic Coast Line Packing House Foreman.Patronage .
at five cents and two for five "by assisting nature's efforts," 1
cents according to qualtiy and condi- according to Dr. Robert Bell, head of j Respectfully
lon.-Enquirer, Battle Creek Mich. the cancer research department of the Standard Railroad of the South

Blackman Battersea general hospital. Reinaugurated Nov. 15th-16th ,
Worthington )
UNREST APPARENT IN INDIA "We have," Dr. Bell said, "been I

ATTORNEYATLAWPhone AND EGYPT able to demonstrate beyond doubt I

that the healing power of nature, if Schedule-Daily ACCIDENT
617 Philadelphia.-That political dis- sufficiently assisted by regulating the
content is smouldering among the natives diet regimen of patients, together Lv. Ar. I LIABILITY
Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck 12:45 p. m. Tampa 4:00 p. m.
of and India, and that
Egypt with the administration of therapeutic 1:20 p. m. Plant City 3:25 p. m.
worth Building. Lord Kitchener, who is reported to be agents, has proved in many instances 1:38 p. m. Lakeland 3:07 p. m. I PLATE GLASS
on his way to those countries, is the quite competent not only to 2:52 p. m. Kissimmee 1:51 p. m. PROPERTY DAMAGE WORKMAN'S
most capable man to deal with the overcome the disease, but to bring i 5:22: p. m. Orlando 1:20 p. m.
,,4:05 m. Sanford 12-13 p. m. I
Phone 72 p.
situation is the belief of the Rev. Dr. "
about complete recovery. 5:5 p. m Paatka] 10U p. m.
Robert McClenahan] president of 7:30 p. m. Ar. Jack'lle Lv. 9:15 a. m. i

Paul V. HutchinsAttorney Assiut College, Upper Egypt, now in PROF. ANGELL OF STANFORD IS' Equipment will consist of Pullman I
this city. GOING TO BELGIUM TO Broiler] -Observation' Parlor Cars, A. C. Georgia Casualty
and Counsellor at Law The British in Egypt Dr. McClena- GIVE AID L. Free Reclining Chairs Cars Stan- i
han said, have exiled a large numberof dard Vestibuled Coaches and Com-
bination Coach and Baggage Cars.
possible insurrectionists, including Stanford University, Cal.-Prof, I GEO. A. HUTCHINSON, General
Davis & McNeil
Bldg of the royal family and
members :
Frank Angell, who has been in chargeof
ORLANDO. FLA. some of the highest officials togetherwith the department of psychology] of For Information Call on I Orlando, Florida
Germans, Austrians and chief
1892, has
Dr. F. F. Thompson of Bedouin tribes. been Stanford asked university to Belgium] since to work with W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. Room and 6 Watkins Block
"You can rest assured, however, Herbert C. Hoover the Californian in W. R. O'NEAL C. P. & T. A I II Florida'I
that if Lord Kitchener comes into Orlando I
DentistFormerly charge of the American relief work I
Egypt there will not be the slightest
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there, it was announced today.If -
of New York disturbance on the part of the native he goes he will relieve Prof. Ver- ,1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111",1 ,
population there," said Dr. McClenahan. -
non Kellogg, of Stanford, who has
115 SOUTH ORANGE "He will give the people the been assisting Hoover, and who will
conviction that he is their master." go, it is said, to Russian Poland to
Over Curtis & O'Neal'sDR.
study conditions there. "No Nursery Tree Is A j
SII.MI KEAI>\ TO FLEE AS RUS-

MANS NEAR SOIETIIIGEW

N. L. BRYANDENTIST Petrograd.-Advices received here Standard Supply Co. (A. B. Cook Unless
handle all
from Teheran, Persia, say a Russian i & Co.), Christ building
kinds of builders' and painters' IUp-
force is within forty-five miles of the -ever>thmg to build a h.>u! town and the Germans, Austriansand !' Plans and estimates furnished frieHomes '
Phone 716 Turks arc preparing to leave, !' costing from $l,<5T>0 to 1200.

Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth- having removed the archives of their l-ll-K-2tc' .
Bldg legations to the American legation 1- - trees of
It is reported that the Shah himself
will flee to I p.ih.m unless terms can
Iemons'inery
$
I bo made with the Russian Quant>I


S. Helen Graves I.MUKS) : HATS
CIIILDItCVS II.MS ,
facial and Quality
.
Shampooing manicuring! We otter a choice selection of
!"MMniuxHacf| .rult.| t treatment for
failing hair gi'en under mod 'rnMntntilic 1.adies'elnt Hats at $_: .00, $3.00,
prinripaN. i M I ly treatment s, e .7 1
..OO.Childr'ns .
$400. $500 ?
DR. L H. RAMSDfcU for same has given: entirely satisfactory : duction.
rtoullH fly I x' |>trial facial massage Hats $1.00, $1.50 and up.
OPTOMETRIST : brings! had the youthful appearance Our styles are so good-and our
of former elf, l by developing
ORLANDO. FLORIDA your prices are so reasonable that you will
the muscles! of the* face, nock, t'tr. Conner.Trees
WE: FIT GLASSES GRIND LENS. fries for switches of the best qualityon find our store the best place in the
AND DO ALL KINDS OF application. Appointment can IK- city for millinery.
ornrA' RKTAIHTTIOSURVEYING made 1 by phone 67'. (Hours from 9 like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
to 12 a, m.Ito6p.m.PARLORS Siemens' Millinery grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW

ell-Duckworth Ituildin Store
1oom0.. 1 Orlando, Florida
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Plating and SubDividingPROMPT Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE

I NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a

AND WORK ACCURATE II I nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves

complished by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to

HAL A. IRISH I MAND trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have

istence five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in

Civil Engineer I I I tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you

trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER not a SELLER,
47 Watkins BIdff.,. Orlando Fla
interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you

I time and money to bring it into bearing.

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

BUILDER and CONTRACTORPhone _ you are absolutely. safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES,
__ of proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing

37 I Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.

Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more but

L. Percival Hutton REO 1916 work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can

jray over the ordinary method of propagaion.Vhat then is the fifteen to

37 Liberty ARCHITECT St.. New York N.}' $930.00: F. O. B. Orlando comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.



McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando Are Here. Let us show you


Florida.Member F. A. A. I I This Wonderful Car Ocklawaha


1 O. W. Conner. Proprietor Tangerine, Florida.

PLUMBINGSALLAS I PALMS AUTO CO.

G. G. WRIGHT Orlando
& SALLAS Agent ,
,
I
208 Boone Street N. Orange Ave. Phone 400 \ : :

Phone 597. .. . . ....+. ,' ,'



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I P.EXT-Xew 5 room bungalow, BUYERS AND SELLERSI
I i well furnished, with $'OO needle'' buy, sell, rent, and exchange real I H R.BERRY.
bath. Apply Dr. Pillans, No. 3 North estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., I
i| Orange avenue. 11-13-Gt* over 30 years. Have handled over :'
$20,000,090. Call and see me.
J :, FOR P.EVery desirable furnished 0 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
all modern A complete line of Ford Acces-
room, conveniences -
t with private family, close in; !' Drink Elder Spring Water. See or
:sories staff of mechanics
J connecting bath if desired. 303; East phone Geo. T. Hull & Company, Rock ; a expert -
FOR SALEA
Church street. 11-13-Gtc 10-16-tfc
bailding. Phone 105.
to render satisfaction in all

4r FOR RENT OR SALE-Close in, six I MAKE A BUSINESS of planting I lines of Automobile Repair
house with bath and I
room gas i citrus trees. All trees set guar-
electricity. 10 West Robinson ave anteed. ':.'rite for prices. Box 222, I
Oils and
nue. Also several small places. Ocoee, Fla. 10-21-Imoc [Work. Vulcanizing,
Terms. R. Bruce Perry, at the WaterI : Gasoline and fair and fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on
I I Works. 11-13-6t* I I Delivered every day-Elder Spring I square

f ii I I Water. See or phone Ceo. T. Hull & ,
: FOR RLNT: -Nicely furnished rooms, : Company, Rock Uuilding. Phone 105. prices. S. West St. $2200.C. .
: in new, modern home; one-half i 1016tfc.Umbrellall.
block from Anderson street, near St. I -
\\1-1, Luke's hospital. Reasonable rates for I
-ooovered and repaired
the season.; 40G Margaret street. I For Nine YearsI
t 10-29-tf I II "while you wait." ax Young's Repair i.

== ==- -= -= Shop, 21 E. Pine St. We have been in business at the

FOR SALE FOR RENT- Furnished pleasant'i A. HOVEY
---
I suite of light housekeeping rooms, i, -- --- -- --- SALE same location, Corner of South .

FOR SALE OK IEXT-ll owner, a I on first floor; bath in connection; elec- | TWO FOR r.-I10USE

new modern bungalow, with six trie lights and telephone; garage if I for sale at Main and Church Streets. I
I have
I large rooms, hall, bath, and with every I desired; private family. 312 North The two houses located lot 78
the price of one are on '
desirable home main street. 11-2-lmo
I convenience to make a ; Phone 226Orlando's
location Lake -- foot front facing east, with a depthof
desirable near
I nice lot
; reasonable house I FOR RENT By the season, month. 183! ; f..et.number, 400' :Magnolia
I Cherokee; price ; and Ame- Leading Repair Shop ,
t..hn..n l Livingston
will be completed latter part of No- or year, one upstairs flat for light avenue
-Th ; of homes, -v-
i vember. Also! have a six room cottage housekeeping; also other rooms, and lia. section splendid the and Garage '
with and bath in with grand old oaks arching .
I and a smaller bungalow, garage, electric lights = -- - -- - --- - -----
suit purchaser. hous". 300 East Con rd ave.10tfp streets.
price mill terms to !! Apply !!
lave also! several furnished Home rooms, fill fort l'- first The tlfM modern,r: parlor 2 story I living house room,has dining on ill (: I" 4 tJl J &4 < i.I < 1 !?+ iljll 2 ;, lov +

rent Palmer Address stitet, Oilatidn.Kentuckv Phone '',si;. FOR RENT-Two dooms and sleepingI room, kitchen, pantry, toilet and front lavatory .

I 11 U lino* I (porch; water, light, nil modem c''ni lur lattice. porch on the.
> i i tiMik'ticpH. Itl'lit' it e :2 u the m-cond flour are ::1 i .I"r1'I1""IillR' *
) I A $:.V)0;()() IIAUGAINTn : ( I J ; I"H'II1". fiich having! rttitmrlnl -
acre plUnK| grupeftuit( grow, I J u livntnti..n. plpi-il fur hot and' rtilJwntir.
half in Irt'tnliir.. iH'\v four I Fun IMA'T: ItrMinm: large, airy upninliB
two and ii f Irtil 1t'C."t1'1',1.,1.\ 'llii'if I 114 nl1! tI nn ftin htrtrfMMVftillt
i-tmnirt' wad I bath giituttc. chiikn rotiin IMlllll. Wllll !"t"t"
riHim ill slurping| | '
flHtilvliiil.' twin Initt I Idyls ronvHilHil
virus. nii'l houses} one unit fiuittrlly nicely enough fur the" whole fitinUv. 'I"ho,
.. I : <"ill ithd 111.) Alen kili-h-
bil l k rand
ir
\ (1111'4kIt Ilitililiinl) : I'i>. U. BOX) (070; i CtH'tltMini Jv 1'11..1.,l | use H"II lif',llllllllg'IIIII.It. loom tlll..fI.,1.f Nlrf-. "ales':tIlt MiiiinH fiMUti I. lUltnt't lungs, .llelil.till'liiiidfin and airy nn'ltutnHntV. ( ) ' v i )( ;

114 it; I .
t Huron .. Of the ,'"tllIt.l. .
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\ t ( HAI.l-J 'III"--j--; ;;; ;1 Jill: ; ilM'II In''linficlilt +,hltwl'11s 1 ,| tllI'lItI fniii, 't>-' (111t'1)| '! 'I'riliili-il\)"* nil hunt mill pit, II Plaster nnd Mine

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4. I 1l.h'I| | h:i front pn.1/1fiee .
prneticMfly. ) fti( W, IIhlJ flll"lililillilh; \ ,,-\;i-IH. the Jlr..mi"f'''' in the. I4t, yon wmidder've '
h,wu)(, lieaillig fill\\\ n* fruit liet, fuses, till$ ? fillet Pine MiPPt; 1\ rental.)' nhUh, (tllli j jniulil property
and ahrul'heryi spar l J.*Ke HUM; verytlestrulda \,I be made' to pay Itself out. ,
"';f- ,tlIIU, '''nus. WANTEDWANTI'U '. t.ere is a garage, liarn. and chii'ktn I
address\ : Owner) ," MM*! ;aa, Orlando) I house, etcFruits" of various
1"a.Ff. )-"Pp&ition as housekeeperor kinds, everything right up' to now and! ) t
cuok in private family, by experienced I just a little alxive the ordinary in
.J.-J.\:: LE-Uood horse, buggy amiIrJfn.esa. white woman. For further many ways.It .
) also Victor, large talking information, call at 10'J Weat Irvine does not require much ready
I machine, with horn and about 450 disc street. 11-1G-31* money; a small cash payment from i
'records. J. A. Urailmont, Route 1. responsible parties will secure the iI
U-lG-3t WANTED-Position wanted !by mid- property.The I iI
I dle aged lady of good character to price is $0,300. A bargain at I
'FOn SALL: Steel grey mare mule, take charge of rooming house or that figure. I I
IIi( hands high, heavy built, sound nurses' dormitory. .-\ddressliss E. C. YOUNG.REAL .
and gentle, 5 years old. Geo. Wors- J. K. L., care Sentinel office. ESTATE, !
,ley, It. F. II. No. :2, two miles north ; 11-1 6- t. Room 10. McNeill & Davis BlO<"k.
I of Orlando on the Apoka road. 10-24-tfc
11-16-3t. WANTED-To list all kinds of prop-
erty for sale or rent. I am having I
'FOR SALE OR KENT-Nice home, manp applications for houses, fur-
furnished, ten rooms, bath, sleeping nished and unfurnished I will be Best and Promptest I About MY Biscuits"says
porch; well located; only two blocks glad to list what you have. Mrs. j I IJI. I! I "I Never Worry
from business center; desirable neigh- B. Leake, 43 Last Pine street Auto Livery
borhood. Apply F. G. Rush. Phone 179. 10-8-dw-lmo I I

11-G-tfc Service I this dainty young housewife, "because I know the Cabinet Gas Range invariably
WANTED-GOOD; PACKERSGOOD;
FOR SALE-Kare opportunity; six WAGES PAID. ADDRESS TOUT bakes just as I want it to. fly turning up the burner three-quarters 'round, and baking

room bungalow, lot 62 1-2xWO: MYKUS: CITRUS GROWERS\ ASS'X. I 5-PASSENGER exactly twenty minutes I can always get such lovely browned biscuits as these."
fruit chicken house, barn; splendid I 11-1-I-ac:
location; rent to apply on purchase! I

price, which is low in order to make I' LOST I The Cabinet Gas Range Cooks To PerfectionA
sale. Apply 504 Magnolia CARI!
11 11-Ct LOST-A diamond bar pin.. single BUICK
I
i HumlnHewunl I I
stone in center dawned( with the adn-nlof the The of endless
has
FOU SALE:-One new 1'Jlfi touring, for return to MM. S. A. Johnson! :811North : new era in cookery gas range. age

A car bargain.hotly, top Act, windshield quick. Ford and Garage;lamps., : Orange ,,\'enm'. 1I-\I\lt-\< :; We call anywhere at any tlm.iGordan's trouble and uncertainty in baking has passed: : away. Women no longer spend nil day in

H-13-tfc: I the kitchen wrestling with .stubborn wood or coal fire-and then getting burnt or half
ill O'.* South; Orange avenue. 25 between '
LOST--On Monday: : October I
I.'onI.I'! Oil )u'NT-Pnnl: I little I Robinson Springs' nnd Orlando Transfer Co, raw baking. Instead they bake with gas: and invariably get good results! in half the

farm adjnining city, with good, new I'' via ,cant' road between Fixk, Maitlundand ml time. There is: no guesswork: no eternal fussing: no worry, or mental strain. The gas
Winter Park one top
house" and I 'My| Mocked, on 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487
comj Addrvmi "Snap; ," this 31x4 automobile tire mounted I on rim. range heats up just right nnd stays that way.It .
<-xitit terms. 11-lS-Kl I A communication from the tinder will I HAULING OF ALL KINDSConvinced I to call and learn the benefits of cooking with
advantage
otTic I 1 b(1 greatly appreciated' by I 1). A. Cheney will l hl' to jour gas.

Fun SALE Orlando, Florida. 10-21Mf:

(Cauliflower, (Vlt-ry' and Lettuce Plant -
LOST Small open facet! watch on
thouxamU choice 1IulllIIfor
1 have t and the
Lake Lucerne
between
sale and leady now. cauliflower Empire pin, hotel. Monogram I.. B. L. on ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
'lItylh'thoutUlI1d
(t( Orlando Bank and "
back Return to "Yes, said the specialist, aa he
plants.Twentyfive thousand celery plants.. Trust Co. and receive reward stood by the sick contractor, "I can

One hundred! ) thousand lettuce plants. 11-3-tfc cure vou." GAS DEPARTMENTMMIIMMM
"
Address, W. C. POST Sanford Fla. "What will it cost, asked the sick
ll-12-l''tc:! !t. F. D. No.2 MISCELLANEOUS man faintly.
I
"Ninety-five dollars.
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rou S.U1' H.\IMAIX TO FORD OWNERS: I "You will have to shade your price -. -- .--- ---- ........
Or will rent completely furnished, I am expecting at once another a little," replied. the contractor.: ..
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modern and attractive home, shipment of Ford auto tops ('ol11l'll'te.'at got a letter bid from the undertaker. -- -- --- -- -
new pretty lawn and shrubbery\ near Lake a top cover price. Regular and one The specialist stood pat on his price . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11111M
Kola: ; two stories, live rooms bath, man stvle.Nill this interest' you? and his competitor got the job. I r
screened sll'lin and summer How about a Ford crank locking device We are specialists" in our line of ,
dining room. Address Owner, Box ? "Safety first. Prices quoted work and sanitary conditions" pre\'uil.l ,
;l I 7. or call nt 312 llroadwuy. on application.' R. I.. II 01 h\llll. It will pay you to !'taon
11-10-dw-tf 111.12Gtc !fide. 0
,

hint SALE-FOU IU-NT-Jloul's. PAPER( HANGING: ; Orlando ,

'iM'tiHhed. and unfurnished. Also For $;.00 I will paper any ordinary i SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSfRlfSOCOEE

nine splendid lots. Tall and see whatI size t,."", Over f>Ut( ) selections! to
ti.\,- to alter before you buy\ or choose fioin. I do painting also!' nt Steam Laundry'' ,
rout' Mr*. II. H. Leake, 45 I East I'liu reduced price' I'h..I12'11.!, or drop
t, rest ",.r :lIt Hruadwny. 1'hone 17l\>. the n '"'I'Itnl' and' I will do I the t'It.!' KUENVIt nilY Cl.KANFUSLAUNtKHKK3 FLORIDA
10 H littr-llllO II. C. ScliulU' Hut ;'Iii, Orlando., ,

I--. 'II| < 111| |: lilt| l\rtlANtU":: ; One- I - l-lO-31-ltno_* I'IINI 88Pine

",p| u'II1thu< "ht>k /phltio III "<. I UI;:0.) 'I'\\ .liri.i. ....1".1| .iiilili', i.,M, food H"* tw*. NVttuldHIOCK lniMf' Int. Itmk IIltl!!., .11.."", :1. I ,
pollee r", n' or "It.h. \.1.11." iPdllHl ... ---
: ,,11 Hint' Pep UII i if 11Ielpalad' ( in I = =:? ,' :: :
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II,.. ?, t''i'''''' 1'1,1., 11.-" :11'ntLl't" p. ... .H,lr. "tll "I v"iliHIitfP' 't"CI '- I I -
h 11"111111 "'tipfulli' ttllpli.p.l| 'In All the leading varieties of Ornngo and Grape
\ (' I,!It"1,111' ( $1,111rtlqu,00 II:\\J.IIII.... Castle ,

I'I".I! I 'I.1I1t.1 It& Mitl.i.y'a C''I"fItilt, ||$MWH PPPlIligw( l li inin NOI&&\ 'l'ltlll.lt':I ;, \\III=satl i t11dkpr I fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest

I, mintI, r J. \-t.1 i ,ii.npit.' ",1I\r, iiinifHUNT ) spptidltV "t 1,1"$ 111..1',I ti Iitl!pa"', Nurseries
OHi t!! Ip4"da ruill'ncl.. t U'. I'll"I IM- prices :: r-: :: ::
Iollnl\I.r 1tra. |II|, \It. |l.eiltt', 4is lUai: ,.
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I'ili 1111'- J'hune 17', 1 I1tilnttwTRACY Pine Castle, Fla - -- - -

I-'OH UKNT-A good ten nt)1I0" 4-1iOMtaiVll.l.1-Carpen-' i
fmiilahcil luiuat: wdl h modern r.nienleii.to tens and cabinet makers Screen
>>nd\ well ventiUtfcil\; just the doors! and windows, frames, sleeping Has first class orange and 1 -- - ------

thing for a hoarding house; located in porches, counters, shelving! showcases grape fruit trees, ready to plant. ,
a prosperous, growing town. Applyto refrigerators, alterations and ,
\V I* Story, Wnter Garden. Fla additions. We keep a number of We offer only first class trees,

0-30-tfc._II skilled workmen constantly on hand. budded from prolific bearing Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest
18 East Church street. 10-17-lmo trees of known quality. We

MODEL KINDERGARTEN, primary also have the genuine Watson I to the above address
room First Methodist church; telephone i BRING YOUR CIIILD-I am preparing prices,
221, or call 14 East Jackson a great display of children's I II watermelon seed. No melons
street 10-20-tfc I photos for the fuir.Vunt every I shipped from where we saved
I
- -- child. No cost to you. Every child our seed. Melons weighed from
: FOR RENT Attractive business ,i eight years and under, negatives made
room. See II. It. Berry, at the Ford free Wednesdays and Saturdays. 20 to 45 pounds. CatalogueFree. illliIMMI
Garage. 1111tfFOR I[Howard's Studio Ml-16-tf riilMiiiiilllliilUliliililllimillllllllllllllfMilMIMMMIIII



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LOCAL AND PERSONAL IIMIMi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -


fe Mrs. L. L. Terry_and children will

leave today for Atlanta, Ga., where
AllaINCORPORATED they will spend some time with rela-
ti%es.

Mr. Henry L. Parramore, a former
popular young man of this city, but ..
now residing in Jacksonville, spent s.-,
yesterday in Orlando.


1893 coming.Watch for Neil of the Navy.11-11-tf He is Prepare for


Mr. J. C. Massey, representing In
THE Keslotie TU.e| Foundry, was in Urlatulo -

STATE BANKOF Bat: Juah yesterday from ,Atlanta registering, Ua at the "THE
[ AUTUMN OF LIFE"By [

Me'IfA.! !' W II. Lofd and] Hugh 1 li;,
( ORLANDOTwenty !Hltilth, representative itleii,!t of HtIVteiptiuitf I: ,
A
spent! yeeteittfty lit mIrtlltlti -
=two 'AAFIi' arparianfa in the affairs, t+f |{Ue!''It"t at( the Hrill Juan lintel-$
flanking, tsnl4tltIJ to nlaadurfr ,mil moat tneeila =
:
pf nor Fnatumera.: 1tItt1 Ilamrlck'a jitney I LYi, ti" saving a definite
The management of thU l bank: has en4aavurl"1 1 I 194 UHf
to be literal in amount each week We
to pursue R progressive policy ;Messrs, IW, Tihtt1anti\ ) AII..
Its treatment of,banking.and adhere strictly to the legitimate Johnson\ went to Tampa yesterday to have several plans. Letus
linea attend a meeting of the Citrus Exchange -
TilE SAFETY AND CHARACTER OF which will. tie held there today. explain them
THIS HANK IS REFLECTED IN ITS

DEt>>OSITOnS. Miss Maud Gardner, of Greenville,
----- Green county, Tenn., arrived in Or-
Officers lando a few days ago to take up her
LOUIS C. MASSEY _______________PresidentT. regular duties at the Peoples National
PICTON WARLOW -VicePresidentS. Bank.
WATERS HOWE -Cashier The Peoples National Bank
NEWELL __________ ---Asst. Cashier
S. A. --- Watch for Neil of the Navy. He is .

coming. 11-11-tf "It Is A Pleasure To Serve You"

Mr. J. P. Holbrook left yesterday
afternoon over the Coast Line for At- "
lanta, Ga., where he will look after
business affairs and attend a Haynes

convention. .

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

Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Axtell are expected -
to arrive in Orlando this week :

from New York to spend the winter .. . " " " " " " " " " " " " " ,
MaxwellAt with Mrs. M. E. Hoag at her sub-

ruban home. . . . . . "I"IIIIIIIIIIII.I..IIII..IIII.I..1..1. .. . . . MilllM i

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, Sc.18tf .
bargain. $200.
a Come'quick. t$-

Mrs. Frank Holland, who has been 111
spending a couple of weeks in Orlando -
Haynes-Hupmobile Salesroom visiting her sister Miss Mary
Smith, left yesterday morning for her JUST RECEIVED '
home in St. Augustine.Fish .

and oysters received daily.]

--- -- II. M. Self & Co. 1-10-6-tfc Some of those reliable STUDEBAKERS, 40 HorsePower i

Mr. A. Stettner and sister, Mrs. L.
S. Hartenstein, of New Haven, have Touring Cars' \
arrived in Orlando to spend the win-
ter; and ai usual are making their
$960.00 f. b. Orlando
home at the San Juan hotel. o.

Savings checks are accepted as cashin
\gg/ the savings department of the
Peoples National Bank. 11-11-tf

Mr. T. M. Venning, one of the pros-
perous citizens of Plant City, who has San Juan Garage Company
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. P.
New Ford Home Featherstun at their home near Lake
Holden, returned to that place yes- ,

Now Open terday.L. Orlando-Daytona .

J. MUSTARD, the chiropodist.Office .
over McElroy's drug store.
209-11 South Orange Avenue l-ll-6-12tc

Telephone 386
Mr. Edward J. Jones, of Water-
town, Mass., who is making a tour of

FORD ACCESOtiirS-TIRES Florida, visiting places of interest " , " " " " . . & . . . . . . . . dr. .. . . .
FILTERED GASOLINE, OIL along the West Coast, is in Orlandofor
an indefinite sojourna guest at
FREE FILTERED AIR the San Juan. 1111111111111111111111 M 111111 r 11111. ... t M . M I I 1111 111 till M 11 M 'Ht+++tI


i "Make this Ford Home Your Ford Home." the Don't Lucerne miss Wednesday the opening, November night at I! Who Will Be Your Executor? 1.

17, starting with "Adventures of J. ,
F. G. RUSH Rufus Wallingford," and two other .
reels. Five and ten cents. ANSWER NO. 2

Mr. and Mrs. Will Clyatt and their Your estate may be materially impaired as a ...... .t..sr.-;,. .. .!'"'..'-- .'IIT.1'"tIf. .. ,;;,..7.: '... :t ik-- -.. .,

sister, Miss Ernestine Brooks, of direct result of the appointment of an executoror .". .; ..-. -,.. i:..- ...F. "' :: :
Ocala were guests of Miss Lavinia i trustee. ; '''A : '); ; .
:
Fuller, of 307 East Pine street, Sun- : When an individual is appointedThe :- ;'' '. ? ifF11f: v
___ _ : \
- ---- 0 day night. They had been visiting -" :K .-
financial responsibility is generally weaker.It f' i .... ..
Lllllliillilll " " " " " " their brother at Fort Meade and Bar- .-..,'.:\. :,. ,, 1ijl.0 : ) ;, :<:
tow. Miss Fuller accompanied them is usually provided in wills that the person ; ':: i -
home in their auto Monday morning nominated to serve as executor shall be excused \ ..... ;.ib> ..'
I and will spend a week or two and from giving bonds. '. c :, :;t..JA '
""oj ::
The Friendships of Today Are take in the fair. When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the ex- 7;1..:.. .
pense of the estate, and then only partial secu- :
t The Dividends on Yesterday's RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one --
hour, 12 miles for 30c. 8-J8-tfc! rity against loss is provided.
Thoughtfulness. When a Trust Company is selected-
E. A. Potts and .
Mrs. son, Joseph,
The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility -
left ;yesterday afternoon for St. Petersburg is secured.A ,
where they have leased a
In the hurry and worry of business life, we are cottage and will spend the next five bond which has behind it the entire financial
apt to forget how dear birthdays and anniversaries are months. Rev. Potts: will not go to strength of the Institution is always filed with
to the members of the family and our acquaintances.How the Sunshine City before the middle the Probate Court at nn-rnst to the estate.

small a matter to us is a little remembrancehow of next week, awaiting the arrivalof Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issueof
much to those remembered! +u "tII
Mr. and Mrs. Throop and family this newspaper. ,
Think today of someone whom you would like to who are expected from Nashville, ?' Ii I
remember, and let us be your advisers as to the gift. Tenn., to occupy the Potts residenceon
East Jackson street. Come in any time and freely ask for further
information on this vitally important subject. i .
LOOK OUT!! You are always welcome, and our offic-. are always -
For T. A. Manns big special sale. glad to advise.
Advertisement in Friday's and Satur-

T. H. EVANSJEWELER day's Sentinel.Doctorst3ueliuaster l-ll-17-2tc The Orlando Bank & Trust Company



& BrundageOSTEOPATHS Orlando Florida


I Personal instruction under Dr. Still Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
.J tt Eifksville Mo.
132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples I
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