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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 18, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00564
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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THE MORNING SENTINEL






I VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO FLORIDA, TIIUItSDAY( NOVEMHEIt: 18, 1ti1.:;. Nl'MIIKIt' ::10.

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GERMAN MINES CAUSE DISASTER IN THE]






ENGLISH CHANNEL ; 85 LIVES ARE LOST



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IIOSIMTU GOES 10 BOTTOM SHIP I .\NfiMA WITH Wounded Man KAISER'S SHIPS: Greek Ships AUSTR0GzHINAN _-=


I WEDGE
I'ASSKNCKKS: Gains LibertyBONDS Are Seized


WERE WOUNDED MEN RETURNINGTwo I STRIKE FORTHE

BROKEN BY DESPERATE BRITAIN AND FRANCE STOP

PRISONER, UIIO LOADING OF GREEK; VESSELS BATTfRING WAY ACROSS
Steamers Also Sunk While FLEES'
HOSPITAL AND -NO FURTHER SHIPMENTS -
Going to Rescue of Ill-fated GAINS HIS "TEMPORARY"FREEDOM. NORTH SEATWO
ACCEPTED AT

Ship-Fresh Laying Mine .MARSEILLES. THE CENTER Of SERBIA

Richard Cranther, a desperate char- SQUADRONS ENTER London Nov. 17.-It is officially

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + acted who robbed Guernsey's hard- STRAITS OF CATTEGAT announced that no further loading of - --

+ RESCUE SHIPS SUNK + ware store Saturday morning and FROM BALTIC Greek ships at British ports will be + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + -
+ + was subsequently shot at Haines City I permitted, MOVEMENT: AGAINST
says a dispatch from Liv- + ATTENTION, CHILDREN + ALLIED
+ London Nov. 17.-Llo"d's announce + l>v' Marshal Thornhill of that place erpool, which denies that Greek ships + : POSITIONS

+ the sinking of the Brit. + while resisting arrest, and because of ALLIES CAPTURE 6 HOSTILE SOBS klat I that port have been seized. + In the + SEEMS
his wounds Sunday Sentinel there + ASSURED
was confined to St. Luke's SUCCESS
+ ish steamer Treneglos, of 3,886 + The stopping of loading, accordingto + will a of +
appear page "BringingUp
+ tons and the British two decker + hospital instead of the county jail, the Liverpool authorities, is merely + Father" sketches

+ Lusitania, of 1,834 tons. The + broke yesterday the morning chains at about 5 o'clock Passengers From Saloniki Re intended as a warning to Greece. + the show of that name, announcing which- ++ I SERBS DRIVEN FROM MOUNTAINSGeneral

+ Lusitania struck a mine while + which bound him, port Activities of Allied Sixty ships and 1,500 Greek sailorsat + will appear at the Lucerne thea- +
+ trying to + made good his escape, aided by con- Liverpool alone affected
rescue passengers from are by the + tre
Cruisers in the Wednesday, November 24 *,
federates, and at a late hour last
+ the order. Putnik's
Anglia. +
Army Is Surrounded
+ The
boy under +
girl
or sixteen
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + night had eluded all efforts of Sheriff Aegean The French government has ordered +
Gordon and officers of the law in that further years of age who makes the best + on All Sides but
no shipments' for Greecebe +
German Mine Causes Disaster( nearby cities.Cranther BULLETIN; accepted at Marseilles. + comic Father"drawing will be on awarded"Bringing four (4)Up) ++ One, nnd Germans

London Nov. 17. ': lived is about 20 years' old, Copenhagen Nov.
-Elghty-fi\e 17.-Two squad* + box seats to the show. The nexttwenty + Advancing
were lost by the sinking of the Brit dark complexion and Weighs about rons consisting of nineteen German 1'OL1CItm. \ON 1'AI'EN': CASE + -
((20): ) boys' or girls niak* +
Ih i hospital' chip In the ICO pounds He has three fingers\ warship panned from the KAcmi: SOON London Nov
Anglia, English Baltic into + log the bent' and neatest' comics + 17.-The main Herb'
channel today, according, to Hit missing' from his right hand which the straits of Cattegat thin evening. Washington, Nov. 17.-the state, wilt be awarded one box seat + Ian army, under General: I'ulnlk's

announcement by the war office. The : he were resisted shot to piece by an officer. when Catlegat i U a strip( of Water separating department has received' from the tie arh.It drawing must be" tit + command which ha* been in a mont

Anglia was sunk by a wine, the an arrest Hi* right hand Sweden from Denmark, and partment' of justice' all data and re + the Hetttliiel office not later than + critical portion for (he past| few

nouneement. state Another .ship was, airbed' in bandage and hilt .U en lh", way from the, Baltic to the port growing out of the lnetlk'tulion + l o'clock Tuesday Afternoon Ntember < + tilt)iii, mast! prepare in a few hour to
abdomen also'
was bandaged. It 1M I
I proceeding to the rescue wa. sunk North tea.Allied' Into the relations of Capt. \'on + :S3:: w> that the winner. + : deride! 'its fate
not believed that he faraway
$by another mina.Aceotvling fan get very 1'apen,' the Oernuin military Attacheat may, |l.w nnnoumed. in \\ednes + I 'I h" AtiklriMirrman; wedge" which

to report, circulated in without ome medical often* ('r"I-",.. Capture, Huh, Washington, anti Von Nuber' the d\>-i' Sentinel, Remember thc.t. haw. been drilng .scrods (the middle of

(the haute of commons\ this. afternoon, lion.At Naples Nov. 17 Austrian consul New SrrbU. haw almo t
B o'clock, \ yesterday morning thtttntI'll" =-AuordinB \\a panengero general at York, date of the show, Wednesday, completed Itsinurement
the A II"11 passenger ronsUtedroaiUyuf arriving by steamer from to the plot against munition' plants + November :H, + ,
the
at failed from
hospital was
,. wounded men returning where :Hulonik! tidied cruisers have already and \esnela carrying their products to + + . . . + . . . An Austrian official report tonight
the ward Cranther
from the front There were thirteen was confined ruptured six hostile submarines in (the allies. stales. that on the bonier of OK) itan
otflceri and 37J: men of other rftnki and which was occupied by thu jak, of Novihaiar, the
Aegean sea, The policy of the state department last of the
many other patients Either by aid (HUH0ltl) ) .Kill IIII.AMO) )
on board. I In respect to these two officials will Montenegrin rear guards, have been
from his fellow patients or by picking PRESS:
The otrirlal. announcement states Paris, Nov. 17.-Premier Asquith be determined within n few ,lit),.. font. across the lint river, close to
that about 300 of these were sau-d the pmllotk with a fork prong of Great Britain arrived here lust Stall department officials intimated the frontier of Montenegro and that
the loosed! the
chains
andIn
by n patrol) vessel arty: reports desperado night accompanied by Sir Edward i (that unless the attorney general had "You people here in Orlando have the column which Is advancing

had it that the Anglia wan torpedoed his night! attire fled the hospital, Grey, Lloyd.George, minister of munitions clinic to a conclusion t the evidence the best dally newspapers' of any town against Sienltsn, ten miles east of
mounted stolen
South
by n submarine but tho olTlciat announcement n bicycle on and A. J. Balfour, first lord warranted arllon hy the slate depart I its site where we have held meetings, the border and 100 miles almost duo
and later :aft mile
that the disaster, ( 'u due hour street al'a\ running per of the admiralty The object of their tnrnl, although the data has not been and 1 think you people ought to be west of Nish has defeated and drivenout

to n mine make It appear that the on a |' moorcjcle passedthrough visit has nut been announced sent there Secretary tensing made mighty proud of them too," saidiatigelUt the Serbian" from their mountain

German recently have been sowing Apopka. for part yet to be clear, however, that no ,11..101hl,1 : Jeter last night In the Orlando position north of Javoro.

the channel with _fresh mine I determined.Gov. Athens. via linden Nov 17,-Thenewnpapera ,been reached by the department opera house revival. rutnlk'a army I I. surrounded on all

here state that Bar: I side 'but one, at the Bulgarian' to

London Nov. n.-Olfl"t announce WilSON URGES CAUTION Kitchener, British\( war secretary, hnn. Have your visiting card "lra""II> the south are moving west from Tet
went made that Ilr"I"rAIiI'lulth. ,
wan today THE H SHADOW OF DEATH two and cut oft
Foreign Secretary fray, l"a. left Mudrtin fur the (lalllpoli; peninsula. correct form At Curtis. <.& O'Neal') lien The retreat In that direc
only hope of
lank, stationery And music store. escape for the
vii Lloyd George; moister of munitions -
main Serbian
------- -- army, . \iill
; of Utah limit Td- I apparently,
and A. J. Half pur, first lord of Spry Death of Infant Start Two In. through the rough mountain district

tho admiralty, have arrived In Paris fit rum Urging "a Thorough \'t'litlJntlonlil In Chicago of Montenegro or Albania.
for consultation with the French
gov Reconsideration of
Three Old Should they attempt to retreat
ONE Day Baby
ernment. OF
MANY
Illlbtrom Case EDITORIALS a Defective through Albania, they are likely to

London Nov. 17.The fate of the ON1 BOARD TRADE encounter hostile natives, unless Italy
Salt Lake City, Utah, Nov. 17.- ACTIONEditorial has already landed troops on the
Serbian army may be only a matter Chicago Nov 17. Baby Bollinger,
Governor received from coast, as has been
Spry today
of hours. Monastir, in southwest the three days old son of Allen and vaguely reported

Serbia, is reported to be in such a President Wilson a telegram urging ( from yesterday's Tampa Daily Times.) Anna Bollinger, died at 7:30 tonight, recently.

perilous position that the consular of- "thorough reconsideration" of the ORLVNDO BOARD ()I.' TRADEROMPS ON" CLARENCE a victim of one of nature's blunders. Little if any aid can be expected
case of Hillstrom, who is sentenced to WOODS from the entente troops to the south,
ficials have departed.BIG During all of its brief life
In it was
be shot Friday as a murderer.No calling upon the Florida Press Association and the Central which, according to reports received
Florida Highway Association to dismiss Clarence E. Woods under the shadow of the sentence of
MEETING AT APOPKATO action upon the request of the editor of the Eustis Lake Region from membership as a resultof death as a human defective, and a today, are hardly able to take care
IGIIT president was taken today. The governor his unwarranted attack on the brick road system of Orange of themselves.
possible to future
menace
society in
will send a reply to his message county and interference in the affairs of Pinellas county, the
Apopka, Fla.-Old Orange countyis tomorrow. Orlando Board of Trade took a step that is indeed unusual. As yean. LARGE
vet we do not know all the facts Tomorrow CONGREGATION HEARS
upon which the action of two investigations will
no longer a backward county, but After the conference of the members Orlando's live trade body was based, but the "call-down" given be held for the of learning DR. HENDON AT BAPTIST>>
purpose
is rapidly coming: to the front. Roads of the board of pardons in the the brilliant but decidedly officious editor of the Lake Region CHURCII ,
are being improved, waterways developed morning Gov. Spry will at once an- certainly was a hard one As press agent of the sand-oil road whether the death of the infant was

and improved, factories built swer the president and decide whether people, he has undoubtedly "foozled," and it will be a long time necessary.The .
before they recover from the shock, even though their material coroner will hold an inquest A large congregation heard Dr.
is done
and, in fact, everything being or not Hillstrom dies Friday. may have good qualities.
Tendon's
and the health commissioner will first message at the
Bap-
toward the betterment of
that goes Sot content with flooding Pinellas county with of
the conditions of her citizens in busi- TilE WEATHER special edition of his paper, which was devoted principally copies to the a make another search for facts. tist church last night, the second

ness, social and moral activities. sand-oil road propaganda: and an attack on Orange countj's fine night in the: "homecomin1"- __ WPP1c"..___. .It.
hiJhwa'sIr.: Woods has signed some of his communications as VRRIED AT WILMINGTON was easily seen: that the speaker had
Credit for this marked progress is For Florida Partly cloudy today; a member of the publicity committee of the Central Florida the people; with him
largely due to the boards of trade probably rain central and south por- Highway Association thereby endeavoring to use that honorary start. right from the

civic leagues and the several organizations tions moderate east to northeast position as an aid. In short, he has shown himself up in a Wilmington, Del., Nov. 17.Eugenia Dr. Hendon is strong and
in the county working in ; decidedly bad light, and is suffering the con equences He has Kelly and Al Davis were married forceful, and has the splendid gift of
winds. slurrmgly referred to the Orlando and Pinellas
papers as the combining eloquence humor and
at Elkton, Md, tonight. pathos
this end. "
unity to "brick trust papers, but as jet we haven't seen the editors of His last
The boards of trade of Apopka and any of these papers out making speeches in other counties in sermon night on "The

vicinity, together with the ladies' TAVARES THEATRE BURNSTavares behalf of brick pavement, nor have they issued special editions New Man in Christ" was a message

civic league, have resolved to make at so much per for distribution in other counties SUDDEN DEATH M H COUCH !closest of unusual attention power by and the was given the

the exhibit from this part of the Trouble with Sand-Oil Evangelist Clarence E. Woods seems I large congregation -

county at the forthcoming county fair Fla.. Nov. 17,-The St. to be that he "took in too much territor)." that very nearly filled the
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. auditorium. Dr.
E.
Nolan and Poulson the
pastor,
at Orlando second to none, realizingthat Clair Abrams theatre burned last I
nothing will tend so much to night. The cause of the fire is unknown children left yesterday afternoon over said: "It is not necessary to urge
the Atlantic Coast Line for Senoia I you people to come back tomorrow
build up the community as a first but the destruction of the
Ga., being called there on account of I night because you have already had
class exhibit of our various resources, building was complete It cost $5O-
with this object in view. 000 and was a four story building, I Open Season For Deer Turkeys the sudden death of :Mr. M. II Couch, I a foretaste of the good things in store
father of Mrs Nolan, which for but do
A public meeti1W: ,of the citizens of much larger than the usual structure occurred I you; we want you to bring
Wednesday night.Ir.. and all neighbors and "
Mrs friends.
Zellwood, Tangerine, Plymouth McDonald for a town of this size. And Quail your
Bay Rid Merrimac, Clar- Begins SaturdayWith Couch have often visited Orlando and Dr Hendon will preach again tonight

cona, PinecrestVekiwa Springs, FUNERAL MRS. IRVINE have many friends who will deeply Services will begin promptlyat
I regret his demise. The deceased was 7:30 o'clock. The public is
Piedmont and Apopka will be held in The funeral of Mrs Roxana Irvine very
the of the The of the
opening season opening restricted
game
sea- nearing his eightieth milestone onlife's cordially invited to attend all of these
the city hall, Apopka on Thursday, was heldesterday afternoon at 2:30 however does not .
only two days off, Orlando sports- I son permit hunt- journey. He was prominent in meetings.
November 18, at 7:30 p. m. o'clock at the residence of her daughter without license
a and hunter
men are applying lubricating oil to ing every the affairs of his town and county
For the purpose of organizing: a Mrs. Aubrey Smith, S04 West will be required to exhibit his license
!the guns that have been stored I having represented the latter in the I FUNERAL SERVICES FOR MRS.
fair
local association and appointing Central avenue. The services were away to warden who
any game may state legislature and was presidentof
committees to take charge of the va- conducted by the Rev. J. B. Ley. A during the summer; dogs are being accost him and demand to see his license the Farmers and :Merchants bank CAMPBELLThe

rious classes of exhibits needed to large number of friends were presentto petted and camping outfits are being while hunting. of Senoia. He is survived by his devoted

make our exhibit a success unity of pay thir last respects. The floral assembled for transportation to the Several parties have been made up wife and three daughters, :Mrs I. funeral services for Mrs. Em-

spirit on our part will undoubtedly offerings were many and beautiful. wilds of this and other counties one leaving early tomorrow erella Campbell who died in this city
morning Geo. E. Nolan, of Orlando Mrs
achieve the result that of making our following gentlemen acted ; Geo. last Saturday, will be held this! after-
The as pal Saturday will be the
first open day being composed of :Messrs :\1. O D. Pollock of Birmingham, Ala. and
exhibit the banner exhibit of old bearers: Messrs.! C. M Tuchnor, S. E for hunting under the state game. law Overstreet, R. L. Holland and John Mrs. S. J. Elder, of Atlanta, Ga.; noon from her late residence, 603 W.

Orange. Ives, Sr., C E. McDowell Walter The closed season expires at mid- M. Cook. Their paraphernalia and Central avenue at 2 o'clock. The

Lest you forget The date is the Wescott, Joe Bumby, and A Y Ful night Friday, and on Saturday hunters camping outfit left this morning in Messrs. W R O'Neal Rev. Dr. Poulson, assisted by Rev. J.
and
f' 18th the month is November, the day ler. The interment was in Evergreen will be permitted to enjoy the wagons bound for the bend in Bull Yowell went to Tampa N. afternoon P.. B. Ley, will conduct the services The
is Thursday, the time is 7:30 under the direction of Hammond yesterday Interment will be In Evergreen cemetery >
: m. of
p. cemetery sport hunting quail, in which much creek, in Osceola county, where they to attend the
district
W J. Talton, secretary. &: Gore, funeral' direct ra. interest is taken in this section. will rendezvous for a week or to. tag of the Knights of Pythias, meet. A under Core,the funeral direction directors.of Hammond



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DAILY SKIDDING: TIlE GREATEST S. Helen Graves
DANGER: TO MOTORISTS.
South Florida Sentinel The memory of one bad accident is Shampooing manicuring facial and

4OR"-INJO AND WEEKLY enough to mar permanently the pleasure body massage scalp treatment for Freesiaand
*. J- GLENN: ...................E w C. F.SSINGTON .. . .Bnilnn' MannerEntered scientific principals. Mr treatmentfor I ,
--- a matter of first importance to same has giten entirely. atifae I
Orlando Florida
Second at the Clasa pnvtoffire Mail Matter.SUBSCKIITION at take all precautions to guard against tory results. )1I.dal facial massage -
a even the semblance of a disaster of brings back the youthful appearance all kinds of Flower Bulbs for sale at our store. For pot planting in doors or for outdoor

DaU,. 1 Year .............RATES........... **.JODuly. any kind. ing the of muscles jour former of the self face. by, planting, now is the time to buy your bulbs. We will give you one of our nice seed
Month ...................... 2.60 advances in construc- d..eloP-I'
VaU,. 6 I Months ...................... 1-26 Mechanical Prices for switches of the best catalogues, which gives full information about planting. |L ..
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .COWrkty. tion have so improved the automobilethat on application. Appointment '
there is little excuse for smash made by phone, 679. Hours from 9 Double Tulips, doz.___--_____________25c:!;
1 -Year- ..-...-...-...-........... 11.00 es. Perhaps the only risk that can. to 12 a. m.,1to6p.m. Roman Hyacinth, mixed, doz.__________75c

-SUBSCRIPTIONS- PAYABLE IN not be entirely eliminated comes in Yout-11-Duckworth PARLOUS Huildinir I Dutch Roman Hyacinth, doz.__________,10c

ADVANCE the use of a car on wet and slippery Room No. 1 Orlando 1'10rlda'Slemons' Mixed Single Tulips, doz.____________--120C
TO ADVERTISERS streets, which brings to the fore the Calla I.illies, each__________--________lOc
C*" for dfipltr and all otter handgelideertldng peril of skidding. Giant White Narcessus, each-
.! Ik.rant Hrntlnrl 1. Fades jot I.t.r I* al flan the kailntHfflc 1 p. .. The skid is one of the most nerve I'aper Whte Narcessus, 2 for--__--_._--r c
th* day before pahllritten.' ThU rut appltMto racking of experiences. Lllrll Malanloy: Hyacinths, each--------10/
th.ntt far f.ntr'ct aaftrtUIni It. U Millinery1..11)IES' _______ ____ltc)
Ua..rla hU and will b. atrictly adl..r.d to.guUrrlbvra There is nothing that makes a man Mario Ih'n'inth'nl'h- ----

d..lrtng TU. tfvntlnvl dlll<'O n.tnuwl lone hiM nerilt thoroughly us a bad Hyacinth glasses: each_________.______2."cWe :
( .houl<] notify thu ."'... In writing on skid that emit in n broken wheelagainst
In. daU of ..|"' .llon. olsh' r''U. It will t>* curb. ) solicit mail orders from out of town tug tomerg. Add 5c dozen for postage."Tin .
fontlnupd at LM' roirutar i4.C'll'' ib>n rats.goal a HATSCHILDREN'S
HATSWe
nolle la .lop U r r. It J took American inventive! genius!
T.I.'..... N.mr U to discover that if there was nutTi- otter a choice selection of I :T. L. D E..8..

THIWSDAY. _XOVKMHiU 1H. J5M5! dent pressure on u chain it would Ladies Velvet Mat at $2.00, $3.00,
take tons of effort to slide it over 1Wl't \ I .] ) mifl Heiul Ainu"
'LOO. $5.00. $tWO. p,,!.! :
Life U abort at best and should be pavement or the muddiest of dirt (Children Hutu $1.00, $1.50 and up. : PROPRIETOR
hotter ut worst. roads; and I that the weight of any Our styles are no loOlI--l1n" our :

-0-- car itself automatically supplies more prior' nrc no reasonable that youill DRUG] STOREORLANDO
This N the day of work, l but manya pressure than I It: ever needed effectively find our store the l best place In the CITY
CUM doesn't know it is today, nine to Mop n tendency to slide on city for millinery.Slemons'. I
times are prosperous und laborers are the part of the slippery' rubber surface FLORIDA

few. of the tire.
Millinery I .... -. '"
o It wan then only n question\ of making -
Why not lirvnk own)' from that old n chat of chain mail (In nurh' form Store

custom of crowding n lot of Christmn that it would easily be put on and I FOR SALE!
Fh'>i pping| into n fhurteek or taken off the wheel.
two Just before ('Cliii'Untm lluy 1'iolmbly\ n<' other\ ilevli-p has, d I.imno < I !
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now for much to 15150 , .. Ilsssitnla11tI' '
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tlIINII"Ih III the Smtlni'L: MMy.Unfoituiiatlcy. I'I'u. : : i I I lUrrptl"!) \Uonlll Ih'", !$.'\\ III Illtlpril, Illllll.niKi' 1"t'lJ 1\. ..1:>
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( *, but motets' shot hi pals|" feeling of "">"'11111)' limn "rmn! ,. on (Ml runt silo| dy I, i'nhi'U1lM ulilfStik! ., P'uh''un' Nlulit, and Day)
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will rtii'l tWit klmU uf |1'1'1.-' | Mli'k-'' t1 Itrt". all tltltiti I til make H beautiful" dl)'. I
pre or quitter Tim dlickfru HIP the In the tlt'iS1lit wtwtlter uncut> If H t'i II\1,1| ...1t1",1I11hlill| nut been SKUYICK: AND
kind who art nut tu ilit Momethlng. ) hail| Inns I.S l the etfoit of the tlret t (put dawn in front uf your place i you 8KTTUJMKNT 1 (il'AKANTKKD: :
until they ilu to contend with or 1to uddennmy , FERTILIZERFresh
keep pegging away 'sprinkler sore not suing] your port|> to mk! the
what they started| to 110. The quitters shower overtake; the car within l.t'lIul1ul.
on the other hand\ start out full no short distance of home that a city I Have Been Investigating and

of t'llthuaihum, and when the first obstacle i driver would' rather take) the rink: Adjusting Bur tarr Claims shipment PULVERIZED SHEEP MANURE,
present itself they become discouraged than get out in the rain to put on the Call the Since 18%
and quit. The one class accomplishes chains just in. nest for Ferns, Lawns, Flowers and Gardens.
ORLANDO CONCRETE
something; the other class In such contingencies the ability to GEO. A. IIUTCIIINSONGen. Get yours now.Orlando.
never gets much farther than start do the right thing at the right time WORKS Agent

ing. If you start to advertise, stick is a great help. and get figures on all classes of con- Rooms 1-6 Phone 700
to it and you are bound to get the First of all, drive slowly over the crete work. Watkins Block I
sired results.PROSPERITY. de'l I wet stretch. Like the Irishman's fall I "
Produce Co.
Seed &
the ; 101 Long St.
o it isn't the speed that hurts; it's Phone TJ.'i
!'sudden stop that does the damage. -
---- -
IS EVERYWHERE."The I So, by all means, avoid putting on I 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166
outstanding feature of the .the bracken as that simply locks the I
business situation in October," says 1 rear wheels and makes it easier foi A A.B.COOK&GOMWCHRIST A I
the monthly bulletin of one of New them to slide by preventing their

York's biggest banks "has been the natural tendency to roll ahead. 1 : ORLANDO I
fact that all trade has been unmistak- I The moment the car starts to slide 'tp BUILDING !
ably better. We expressed the opin- :off at the rear turn the front wheels'
ion two months ago that when the sharply in the same direction as the AS AGENTS, we invest money safely for our !

season for fall trade came on the rear ones are skidding. their real and personal
country would swing into a broad, I, Both pair then present an acute customers; manage Meat Market Inc.
general state of activity and that ex- ':angle to the line of slide movement; property; look after their taxes and other obliga- Yancey ,

pectation has been realized. Every and the rear wheels will resume roll- tions, collecting rentals, interest and dividends. i FULLY PAID UP
of the country now sends good ing and follow the front wheels instead -
part T. A. YANCEY, Jr., Pres and Mgr.
make of skidding. and Bonds .
reports and the contrast they INCOME INVESTMENTS, Mortgages
with the conditions of a year ago ia i Turning the front wheels in the ; ORLANDO. FLORIDA

calculated to inspire the most pro- other direction will aggravate the Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
found sentiments of relief, satisfac- :tendency to skid to a dangerous de
tion and gratitude." :gree. BUILDING MATERIALSAND I' Florida and Western Meats

The bulletin goes on in this strain, t The biggest factor in the preven-
, giving much detail for several thou- tion of skidding and in making pos- CONSTRUCTIONWe I Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

sand words. Even the report of the sible ordinarily inaccessible roads in Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order
board confirms the the winter time is the chain nonskiddevice. I
federal reserve Business 135 P. O. BOX 226
general story of prosperity and adds PHONES { Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
that it has reached the San Francisco 0 can save you time, money and worry on your

1 banks and the Pacific coast generally.The I Keep your eyes on this city-get I building operations. Our clients are satisfied.
West has been slowest to feel the .close to it-stand by it-and in time

effect of business revival, the bulletin 1 you will recognize a good thing when l

says, but it now does feel it. you see it. The h4arket:


THEATRE OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
LUCERNE
AT
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
A Offer!
Bargain FRESH AND SALT MEATSKept
Matinee and Night, Sat., Nov. 2 ()
under the best sanitary conditions.
130 feet fronting cast on
We offer a lot 74.8 feet by
Circle Everything screened away from the fliew, and kept fresh
beautiful Lucerne
Elam Street, just three lots oil and
where Elam, Street American Street and Lucerc Circle! I pure.
We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
intersect. Lot faces East, i is high and dry, level, has everything in the Meat Line.

oaks in front and is in the INCUT location. PIUCl$1500.. I

We hale S1000 to loan on good :security.Orlando I-I. ti':. &e1 'f '% Oo.PINfc .

USE: '-s I'lun: II PHONE !\0. 80 STREET J JI

SOLID dA -- I.\TI E": Real Estate Co. '
-
% K:.MCIN I 2se!: E. H. URADLEY I

1 TO 12 1 WATKIXS BLOCK PHONE ;301 I

:S1'W: $1.00 : If You Do Not Believe

\"OItl\ NiGIIl') I
J II
:!;;C 11111111111 If
THREEHlLAUIOl . !! : I that the Chalmers has power like a locomoti and rides
: ) S TO
s I like a parlor car, just call for a demonstration at 14 E.
ACTS .\T $1..0 PERSUADED j

SIXTYMILES SE.\TS I Church street, or phone 223.

: ox SALE We have been, to carry both a geed, low priced Scratch : I!

Feed and the best there is, and we can furnish them to :
A MINUTE: IVEDNESUA'f
:
:
It be too late to begin fattening that turkeyor
may
A NEW AT you. : CUALMERS MOTOR CAR CO.
rooster for Thanksgiving, but Christmas is coming :
YORE
ESTES and we carry the best cracked corn, wheat, etc., found
'P15' ,
CAST
COMPLETE1'KOUUCIIOX R I STORE DRl"G: in this or any town. Let us prove it to you. I Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

,
14 EAST CHURCH STREET. HONE 223.

The Co-Operative Produce Co. il

= I
; W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447MlllliillllllllllilliilliMlliniilillilillMIMIi


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And _ _
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Is to buy your Shoes now at buy your Shoes is at the
EemarkaMeTo
these wonderful low sale prices Big Store's Big Shoe Sale





.s OESALEAT







THE BIG STOREOf



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 of. the
many low prices below.

" Lot No. 1. Misses' and Children'sShoes I Lot No. 4. Ladies' Gun Metal, Tan, Lot No.7. Ladies' Patent, Gun
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 Pumps. This includes Cloth and White will find some wonderful good bar-
good for school wear as they are all in tops,former values up to $6, to close gains. Shoes that are really worth
good leathers and styles. Former prices out at $3.15 a pair double what we ask for them in this
up to$3.00,to be closed out?t sale $1.95 a pair
$1.00 a pair
Lot No. 5. Ladies' Patent, Tan and
Lot No. 2. Misses' and Children'sShoes Kid Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps. Good Owing to limited space
in Patent, Tan and Velvet,in qualities and styles. Values up to $5,
sizes for the larger school girls, Thisis I I in this sale $2.85 a pair I we mention only a few of
a wonderful lot, and well worth I
2002.50 and$3.00 to be closed out at i the many wonderful bar-
'$1.60 Lot No. 6. Ladies' Kid, Gun, Metal,
a pair
Tan and Patent Shoes, Oxfords and t gains in the Shoe Department -

Lot. No.3. Ladies' Patent, Tan, Dull Pumps. See this wonderful lot as i during this Great Sale.
they are exceptional good values that
Kid and Gun Metal Shoes. This is a
wonderful opportunity to purchase to you S1.50 cannot,specially afford priced to miss.at Values up The prices are within the
regular $3.501.00, $'1.50 and $5.00
qualities in this sale at $2.50 a pair $2.35 a pair I reach of all.


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 ,,., ,

Shoes we have accumulated hundreds of pairs that we !

must sell regardless of cost. Our loss in this matter is

your gain. You can furnish the family for less than

half the money you ever did before. j

._ COME AND GET YOURS!



The Yowell-Duckworth Co.

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

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$;>0 KE\\ .\UDI I

will give $50 reward for informa-
tion leading to the arrest of Richard

l Park News Cranther morning ,from who FRANK an escaped Orlando CORDON Wednesday hospital The New Stylish Overcoat

11-18-tfc Sheriff Orange Count}.

BUll.mSGTERLL EXHIBIT
A. B. Cook & Co., Christ building,
are putting in a complete line of samples Varsity Six Hundred
Of Items ConcerningThe of all kinds of materials used in
Daily BuJget
building a modern home. Their plan
'
is to furnish everything for the house. .
Town And Rollins College This service will save you time, worry
and money. 1-11-18-ltc
follows the lines of

Y. W. C. A. MI'OLLYASS.1IEET- -NEAL OF THE NAV\ I MISS MAY HARDAVVAY
ING the natural figure
The MPollanna" meeting of the Such is the title of the engrossingnew I'UHMC STENOGRAPHER

Young Women' Christian Association serial photoplay written by William WINTER PARE FLA.
Hamilton Onborne. It U a whale
which was held at Clovcrleuf
of of a story and will be shown for the
Tuesday evening proved to be one ,
first\ time in Orlando :Monday at the Schultz Iluildinff. Phone 106
the most. pleasant. nlfaira( of the kind f
Grand theatre. The management of ATHLETIC young men
hdd I II y the organization! this jur.
In keeping with the character of the the Grand has kindly donated a percentage .t1111'nrk Neatly and Accurately Done
little heroine, Pollyannu, every guest of the proceeds} to the II. M. will be glad of it; but
I'. Athletic Association that night,
expected to play "the clad !gumo"for
was the hour at least. and the Sentinel has been requestedby Room No. 3, Schulti Bid if. others needn't worry. Hart Y
which those who have the matter in handto
of
\ matter importance Dr. CeW.Fain
came up for discussion by the memo ask all who are contemplating taking Schaffner & Marx designers s ;
I-'n Will the celebration of the annual in this thrilling movie exhibitionto DENTIST

jubilee which extends throughout purchase their tickets from the Office !Hour: 8 to 12, 2 to 5.: s '
the month of 1'cbruary. Thin U bops who will soon otfer them for \MNTEU PARE, FLA. know how to adapt an overcoat '+ :

the iftlith unniversar Y of the juuiiiicrkbrntioii sale. '
: t ; and 'I plans;; arc i being; lull to any figure; it's all in the '

to make it the ln-st in the history or Nn ltutn.9.
IN of (he Condition of
the organization Till: PIOl'LIN port: : NAIIONM. H\M\, draping; they've done it artis >
HO-.P of llu"lm"" on
At Orlando In I the Stale' of I nut lei", at HIP
MASONIC MIIIIN; : <; Not i'in b< r 1111 h. 1I11t.ItWmUIU'I'H. ( : .

Tuesday turning n imrting WRit ( : tically and we're ready to fit

held' lit the Hooker Memorial Hall of 1. n. teams and dl,,,,ounts (pxtipt, UIOMJ shown 1111 1 b>)> .$Itl6.J12.1(1'I'utnl |.:.! ( t,
the Manunn of Winter Park to cotiiddIT \ loans ., .- __ .. ..u.--- $1.111,112.111. of you at
the. ndvifuihlllty( of pMnbllnliliig, 1 n 2. Otrrilrnftn, tiiiM-ruifd, '21)1.G7) -. .u ... .' ___ IIIJi everyone
lodge In \\lnler I'nik. A number ur 1. Il. $. iN.iiiUt
U. H. boniln ilvi'iifllid' tn KHUiif (Iri'iilnlloii t (par
iiUtMuhtiue! niul I tin n.
lllaa"Ino'pt's In VlthlPl/ . ..- ::I"III.UII'
liiHller WHH I!IHM'ninthly fiiiivitMcd Ii. U. 14. bohiU. hlpdgfd 'In nciuiv, IK H. ,1"lnllllll-|
l IIr> I I2i: M. 11)'ile nilcd MM (hiiliniHiniul I,Jour, Yrtltifl( _ .___-_,._ 1111111,1111) $18 and up
__ ___ __ _ ::11,11111'.111'( ) '
bands
Mr, Id W. (liven' "* mivluryWt Tnliil II. 1'4' ; ; -;;- ;
I I. llohll, KPIIIllllfM, ""',1 I II Ib
(\lIIIIIIU", ( >l" tippnlhled,( to lriVpllIlguta I HoinU other. tlmii (U I, 1'4' bolnU |1.1"111f",1. In(. N. nilltuiMnl \ >
vulluu JtiilhU' to irpoil' atIllwUlltf 1 1rulula 1\,111111,1111
| ( "BUVllik' iK'poiillriC. ;;== ---== =;-:=-
... &, when. it Will be M'tied. ItoinU tutu nwuiitlp, II"II.I! HH tolltiUiiul, fur A Perfect fit guaranteed I
There'' MppfHiM' U I Iw every h....I... $(ute& nr other tlpponlU, ur bill, payable|' .
__ 11,111111.(11)U. ( )
.
$1114'111.1".0) - -----===
(IN'sul ---=- = =
(lint (the prujwl will Nim'*ed. MAMMIK'" ineduulingclocks
fWuiitie\ other tlmn U. H. bond (not
whu warn> nut present, art r *|I" it(<>ito ) owned unpledged: --==-------===== 10,375,35* :
__ _____ __ .J .0,170,31II : :) .
,
come out. when the final\ nlaatinli : Total bond, r securities, etc - === I C4WJt4tfesttt.L.truer kUtre
U i held Information can be uhtllinetl Subscription! to struck of Federal) Reserve Hank
____ 1.HiO.OO!
)
f:1.WOII.:) ; less amount unpaid I1.UM
from the secratury.TO 7, Value of \banking houlio (if unencumbered--) 28,887.21 28.8S7.2I:'
i.< a.Furniture and t fixtures ________________________ 7,696.3!
ATTEND .'LUIUUf'EUEnA.. 9.[ Heal estate owned t other than !banking house_____ 1OU.95: the latest
Federal' Reserve Hank 16,781.75U. We also styles in
TION MEEIING AT DELANOMrs. 10. Net amount due from ---- carry

M. B. I*. Ferguson dean ol a. Net amount New York due from Chicago approved, and St.reserve Louis agentsin ______ 13,144.32
women of Kollina leaves this morning b. Net amount due from approved reserve agentsin HART SCHAFFNER & MARX SUITS
accompanied by Mrs. C. II other reserve cities ___________________ 8,62382 21,768.U;
of the ,,12. Net amount due from banks and bankers (other
Morse Florida, to Federation attend the of sessions Women's Clubs: I than included in 10 or 11)) _____ _____ 42,370.37 for Men at prices from $15 upYou're ,
banks in the or townas
14 Other checks on same city
which is now in annual convention al reporting bank ___n_____________'.____ 2,138.21
DeLand. Mrs. Hiram Powers and 15. a. Outside checks and other cash items______ 2,892.32b.
Fractional nickels, and cents ______ 759.86 3f 52' .18
Mrs. W. F. Blackman are also num 16. Notes of other currency national banks nn___________ 3,350,00 S
bered among the Winter Park ladies 17. Federal Reserve notes ________________________ 3,700.00
who attended the annual convention,, 18. Coin and certificates (lawful money reserve not hardto
having been chosen as delegates bj in bank) ________n____________ 30,280,20

the local Woman's club. 19. Legal-tender bank) _notes______(_lawful______money_______reservein ______ 2, 70.00 t
20.' Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (not more fit
ATTENDING STATE CONFERENCE than 5 cent on circulation) and due
from U.per S. Treasurer _n_______________ 1,050.00

Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Enlow are attending Total ___________________________________________$684,919 l
the South Florida Conferenceof You may think so and pay
Congregational Churches which is LIABILITIES. -
at Sanford. Mrs. En- stock paid in _________________________ $ 50,000.00
now in session 12.1. Capital ____________ 15,000.00 $50 to $60 to a tailor. Don'tdo
low is expected to return today but 125. Surplus fund ____________________ '
reserved for taxes
$7,3.10.46
26. Undivided profits ; -
Dr. Enlow will proceed from Sanfordto $1,37360; reserved for _____, $6,730.915,446.98
isn't
Miami where he goes as a delegateto Less current expenses, int'st, and taxes paid 100.99 15/=U5.99 it; it good business.

attend the State Sunday School 27. Circulating notes outstanding ___n____________ 21,00000

convention. lIe will return to Winter 3\\0. Due to banks 28 or 29)and) bankers_ ______(_others______than_____includedin _______ 1,52780 HART
Park next Tuesday. Dr. W. F. :n. Dividends unpaid __n__________________________ 8.00 SCHAFFNER
Blackman will fill Dr. Enlow's pulpit Demand deposits:
during the latter's absence. 32. Individual deposits subject to check ____________ 144,67606 2 z MARX
3J. Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 das__ 25,14801Certified
checks ._______nn_________________ 2V;;811=
MISSOUDIiEKK\ TO ADDRESS '13.1.5. Cashier's checks outstanding __________________ 521.72
AUDIENCE It United States deposits ,______________________ 9,984.25 clothes give everything
Hiss :Miriam Woodberry, field worker 37. Postal savings deposits n_____________________ 1,55040State you
3S. county, or other municipal deposits securedby
for the Woman's Auxiliary will item 4c of "Resources" _______________ 4,000.00 you're looking for...quality
speak at the Congregational church :m. Deposits requiring notice but less than 30 days__ 29,44822 ,
this evening at the usual hour for the Total demand deposits, Items 32, 33, 34, 35,
mid-week prayer service. Miss Wood- 36, 37, 38, and 39 ______________________$217,68699 : fit, style and all...at one-half
after 30 days or subject
to Winter Park Time deposits (payable
known
well
berry is to 30 days or more notice):
audiences having spoken here in former 40. Certificates of deposits _n____________________ 21,2 Qr. 10 half the price.
)'curs. A large crowd is expected 42. Other time deposits __________________________ 279,u5
and Total of time deposits. Items 40, 41and 42$301.09jD:
to hear this gifted eloquent iscordially 46. a. Rediscounts with federal Reserve Bank______ 13,254.59b. See our $25 values today
and one
woman this evening every Notes and bills rediscounted elsewhere than at
invited to attend. Federal Reserve Bank ___________________ 13254.59
CopyngU! lUrt SxJukHoer fc dartbens
.t7. Bills payable including obligations representingmoney
110AKD OF TltAlHIEEllSG borrowed _-___nnUUU___... 50,000.00Total

FRIDAY _._______ __ ___ -- _$" "J19.3A:
The meeting of the board of trade,
which was to have been held yesterday Hnte. of "Florida County of Orange, liS: New Sweaters
of considering' I, M. O. Overstreet, president of the nbove-rmmed .bank dolol..mhh'
for the purpose l. wear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and
the Mate wide mhertlaing prvposithou hellet.
was postponed owing to the tinpliUKunt M oviimintrr: : l'resllcnt.i'rrcrt The "VISOR" Make
weather during the entire (: Attest:
ithNi( : nms.N ; ,
held. tomorrow
day i and will\ be \ I 1'. \\'AISON.oi.ii .

ACADiMM' ----:ll, im'-! U.- II. I M. AlnuiiANDo ( ; \\',I tirerllrre.F1ul..crlbenl Itlllt.I.WR.i B(ill In the market today.( All colorsall ,

1'11111.11''lilt' ithil swore t.. I pfni-p the thU ITth( ,div nT Nntrmtcf' I'.MltA ,
N. I tllIlIll\\'IN.I II"111I"llr"
'
fiM.UmllMill 'leant
UiiUitift htwlHiijr I IMJr euutlniestnu' | t>*|1'1'1'| PfplttniiM!' \ a I, lull HlzcsSpecial
try miuliuliilm.. fcllh I IIP I It.) II. M. .
;.I;:''';; IntntiiloW' hflHhiM.tt Hi' (tlit*
, A fuel MN4N .tA NM1+NN4... +
I"It'IVIliI' I'ttlb lit, OibMnl.i, I NN,1N NM1NN Price $5
puhlu! \ I he miUH-lnl$' rtlnl U\ N I IIHJIH! llirtlft \ r
IJIHitl! \ flMWtl! \ Wilt\ I lit+ tilt It wllhaslia .

"parfurnlant7a.r Do It Now .t.t..1

Ctomtertf M4\ Get one for cold weather .It
The young lahao If "
tin inflmlll4'' tpfIt' rI14Y afternwn Buy "BUICK" or a

io honor pf M flit Ouo K, NOMWvha
id: their eue4 for a few d4ys A very Car
pleasant hour W"s passed! with needlework -
and! conversation, and the affair and be satisfied

proved a success in every way.
Dickson-Ives Co"Orladofs
The Winter Park band held a very .

snappy and enthusiastic rehearsallast Winter Park Auto Co.
night preparatory to some special -

features which they plan to puton "
in the near future. OPEN DAY AND NIGHTiiHillllitililiiitMiiitMiliilllllillllliiiiiiiiii Favorite Shopping Place. Orlando, Fla.Winter .


Mr. and Mrs. Wordsworth Smith

t arrived in Winter Park last night

' over the A. C. L. .

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ASSOCIATED CHARITIESThe TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY ;:LJb 0 F =- .I J=:I JiIU

I'I'I' ntirty' Charities regular meeting held of Tuesday the Associated af FOR SALE-A flood pointer dog.G. -Get It At Allen's" 11o
I' )rlattoo was C. Schultz, 621: W. Church street.
ternoon. Mrs. G. II. Edwards tendered 11-18-lt

her resignation as a member of
LOST-Sunday night, in postoffice, a p
the board. Mayor Sperry was thankedfor
watch fob with initials, J. A. tr
gold ,
SOCIETY CALENDAR Formal opening of convention, 10a. his efficient manner of handlingthe Reward if returned to this office. D .

m., Mrs. W. S. Jennings and Mrs. tramp problem, i.e., placing able ll-18-2tc t
Thursday, November 18. T. V. Moore, presiding. Report of bodied vagrants at work on the street
Club, Mrs.. 11. M. Bear-
Fortnightly credential committee, Miss Kate V. department.It FOR RENT-Two connecting furnished s
dall] hostess. front rooms fire place and .
Rosalind Club, Miss Hattie Hudson, Jackson. Formal acceptance of the was moved and carried that the bath; new house. 403;S. West street.
chairman.KUJjAe new charter and by-laws. Bureau of charities request the churches of the ll-18-6t*
Klub, Mrs. Bence, hostess. information Mrs. Kirk Munroe. Industrial collections
town to give their ot\
B. 1'. Athletic Association meets.U. FOR SALE Horse, buggy and har-
and social conditions, Mrs. J. the work of -
aid
D. .C chicken supper, 6:30, at the I Thanksgiving day to ness. Horse is beautiful Kentuckybred 0
0
Astor Cafe, benefit old soldiers'!. W. McCollum. Special committee this association; also that the secre- bay. Fearless, safe for lady to ,
home. State Industrial School for Boys Mrs. tary be authorized: to put a request in drive. Bargain./ Address V. II.
Here and There Club, with Mrs. Gillette James W. Spratt. Conversation, Mrs. the papers for donations of food, etc., Palmer, Route 1, one mile out on Conway .
East Amelia avenue. road. 11.18-6t-
19. Gaston II. Edwards. Forestry, Mrs.J. to be left at her residence, 9 Liberty 0

Fortnightly Literary Society, Cathe- Wright.. Royal Palm'! park, Mrs. street, for distribution to needy families FOR SALE OR TRADE for good SHE WILL GIVE REAL THANKS '

dral school. Florence P. Haden. Bird protection, the day before Thanksgiving.The automobile, 10 acre tract, 7 acres ,i I for one of our bracelet watches, Lavallieres, rings or other articles
Saturday November 20. Mrs. Julia Hanson. Waterways, Mrs. empowered to cleared and under fence fruit trees, 5 of jewelry. For the gift will express both generosity and good
Nullos Club' Mrs. DeWitt Miller, secretary was room house, irrigating plant, barn and' taste. Our jewelry is mounted with special attention to good form
hostess. J. B. McDonald. Good roads, Mrs. O. have some needed stationery printed.A garage, 6 miles from city on brick i and with a strict regard for quality. We shall be happy to showit
+ Brownell. Seminole Indians, Mrs. note of thanks was extended to road. Address "Trade," care of the to
PRETTY PARTY YESTERDAY Frank Stranahan. Civil service reform H. L. Beeman for his kindness in giving Sentinel Orlando. Fla. 11-18-lmoc I I
afternoon at the home of you.ALLEN
Yesterday Mrs. F. E. Buck. Public health, the board the privilege of meetingin
Miss Margaret Hart a delightful Dr. Ellen Lowell Stevens. Industrialand the San Juan from the time of its & CO., JEWELERS

bridge party was given in honor of I social conditions, Mrs. J. W. Mc- organization: ; but with the hotel's b .d]
Miss Willie Person, who has been the I I 01- .
Collum, chairman. Reports, general busy season now at hand, it was decided SKATING RINK Aim
social gath-
of
honored guest many federation council, Mrs. ,V. B. Young. to meet elsewhere, several
Hart's mother charmingly -
erings. Miss Report, general federation council, places being offered. At the sugges-

assisted in receiving the guests.artist-I Mrs. Bion II. Barnett, as representative tion of Mayor Sperry, the next meet- I DO YOU TIIANSGIVING
decorated I
The rooms were of Florida federation. Prison ing, on the first Tuesday of Decem- BRIGHTENING UP
in white roses, white chrysan- FI N1
ically vines. There were Reforms and Proper Care of Delin- ber, is to be held at the Orlando with out paints. Then you11 be sure
themums and green I Dr. Amos Butler, secretary Trade room and Tourist ROLLER POLO
six tables, several'! guests coming laterin quents Board of of making a good job of it, one that
the afternoon. The high score was 'Indiana state board charities. Plans Headquarters, in the Arcade. TUESDAY NIGHTNOV. will do you credit and one that will
for the Florida Industrial School for *
Miss Vida Miller, the prize last for years. Tell us your plans
made
by pink powder puff hold- I'Boys, Mr. J. L. Boone, superintendent.Address BISHOP GRAY IN PHILADELPHIA 16th. and well supply just the right paints,
being a dainty Mrs. Raymond Robins, president formerly of Orlando,
er.Irs.. :Frank Guernsey receivedthe Bishop Gray FAST GAME i,' etc., with which to do the work.
t National Women's Trade Union is spending this week with relativesin
which was a
consolation prize, Annual and the latter -
;of America. reception Philadelphia. During y
sweet grass basket. birthday party, celebrating the twen part of the week he will go to New ft Orlando Paint &: Wall Paper Ct

After the introduced game a surprise by the playingon kitchen (ty-first anniversary of the organization Jersey, thence to New York for an CARNIVAL AND GRAND 205 S. Orange Avenue

shower was of the F. F.V.. C. at Putnam extended visit before returning to his
the Victrola of a wedding march. MARCH COMING SOON Phone 261.
I Inn. i iI iI Southern home in Nashville On Fri
RHAN
Immediately following a messenger COLEMAN &:
I + day the bishop is to attend by special
Personto
the asking Miss
entered room
sign her name for a package. The I WEDNESDAY CARD CLUB request a commemoration of the
anniversary of the consecration GRANDTODAY
100th
package proved to be a huge wicker I The Wednesday Card Club spentan
Rev. John Croes, D. D.,
of the Right ,
decorated in tulle and
laundry basket enjoyable afternoon yesterdaywith
filled with the shower gifts. The Miss Cynthia :McKee, 413 South first bishop of New Jersey. Bishop I HANDFUNERAL
is great nephew of Bishop CAREY
a
Gray I
of Miss Person being won
complete surprise Main strete, the high score inherited the latter's Epis
and
added much to the merriment, and as by Mrs Hamilton Johnson. Refresh- Croes
askedto
robes which he has been
a climax to a delightful afternoon, a ments consisted of chicken salad, copal occasion.-Ocala Star. DIRECTOR
on this GEORGE KLEINE
wear
salad course, sandwiches and coffee pickles, bread and butter sandwiches +
were then.served.FEDERATION coffee with whipped cream. The next Presens
FLORIDA EQUAL SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION AND) EMBALMER
+ O. S. Rob-
meeting will be with Mrs. TO MEET THE GRIFFITH-SENNETT I

WOMEN'S CLUBS inson at her home, 105 South Lake AT MIAMI ALL-STAR PROGRAM NO. 1 . -
I
who attended street, Wednesday, December 1. !
Those the Florida Orlando Federation women of Women's- Miss McKee's guests were Mrs. O. secretary){rs. G.of C.the Kollock Florida, corresponding Equal Suf- A distinct innovation and a decidedly i $ All calls answered Promptly Day

session at DeLand, were S. Robinson, Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Mrs. the welcome addition tour ;
in of
Clubs, Association, and also
privileged to hear a good program Mary Jenkins, Mrs. H. B. Myers, Mrs. frage Orlando Equal Suffrage League, an- list of features [ or i Night. Hand Block. II
of the T. W: Mathews, Mrs A. R. Bogue, I'
yesterday, the second day con- that the annual meeting of

vention. Included in yesterday's program Mrs. A. J. Nye, Mrs. Josiah Ferris, the nounces association will be held at Miami,, "THE MOTHERING HEART1 j Orlando Florida.
was Mrs. Gaston II. Edwards, Mrs. C. B. Nye, Mrs. Hamilton Johnson 10 to 12. Delegates from I
Mrs. E. F. Sperry, Mrs. W. G. January (2 parts) featuring
addresseswere
Hff the ,
Orlando. Among 'I the Orlando league to this meetingwill PHONE 639. RES1UENIEPHONE/ 457,
'Johnson, Mrs. J. I. Thornton. LILLIAN GISII i
the following: be appointed at a future meeting.

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+MIIIIIIIIIMIIIMMitMMMIMMMMMIIItMIMDemountable. ORLANDO LADIES TO DELANDThe "A BEAST AT BAY" -

following ladies left Orlando (1 reel) featuringMARY MllltinillMIIMMMMMUMMMMMMIIMMIMIIM1FRANK

yesterday morning over the Coast PICKFORD

Line to attend the Florida Federationof .".-i.
Women's Clubs which is in session
"THE MASSACRE:
there: Mrs. J. E. Ensign, Mrs. F. W.V. (2 reels: ) featuring CUUTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL f.;
SalTord, Mrs.
Stanley, Miss Mary HLANCHE SWEET"WHEN
S. SUrbuck, Miss'Emma Hairier, and
Misses Switzcr. The Orlando
the has the honor : THE: FIRE HELL.
l Ivjuul SutTragc:: league
of being the first'\ uITrllJo l league to RANG"an ;

bu admitted to the Federation.C.OOl (( uproarious: farce) featuring

+ FRED. ]: :MACE:

: ) NKWS .

Tho bridge on the road leading to I CURTIS & O'NEAL
the Country Club has been rebuilt. ;c ? 10c

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1v SOCIETY NOTES OF INTEREST Phone 5 for

Mr. Walter Drennen and Mrs. FISH AND OYSTERS Insurance Loans Real Estate ; :

will sing this evening
Frank Aldredge .
Fresh
Every Day
in DeLand, Rentals
at the State Federation:
Branch playing their
Miss Roberta WALDECKER[ FISH CO.
accompaniments. Both Mr. Drennen
and Mrs. Aldredge will be heard in 206 Boone Street

solos, as well as a duet. -- ---
*

Mrs. S. N. Yowell and daughter, INGLENOOK CAKE AND .

Mrs. J. D. Barnes, spent yesterday CANDY PARLOR

: in Sanford visiting Mr. Arthur Yow- ESTABLISHED UM

ell, one of that city's leading citizens Delicious Candies, Cakes, Sandwiches,
and successful business men. Mr. etc.
Orders taken for parties.
of Mrs. Yowell.
Yowell is the son
Located in rear of Branch's BookStore
+

Mrs. W. S. Branch goes to DeLand Arcade Entrance iMMIIIMIIIiilMliMMIIIMIIIilMMIiliMIIMMMMMMIMM
Rims for Fords - -
: today as a delegate from the Twen-

: tieth Century Club to the State Fed . . .. ..111.111111..11.1

: eration.
+ rttr '
: Owing to the Inclement weather

Complete set four wheels : )Unity't'"terhRfternoon Circle wan postponed.the( mretlng of Pipes! Pipes! Pipes:


and one extra rim. All + ..,
t4)III"to --====
There will I Iw 1\ earn! party -

and for the ItwMilliul( Club. ; We are idling black and galvanized/ pipe at the
complete put on ,,,,
-
best wholesale prices. Call on us before buying,
\1. II. c, t'lllt'IiiN: KUTKK: : ,
it will pay you. We will also cut your pipe to
CHICK: :o4lI'I'.m.T ASTOU "
(',W"( ,. SOtrril OUAMJK{ : ; AVKNt'K.SKUVKD ::' :. measure BO you can install it yourself. On irrigation -
I 11Tin: IIAl'lJHfKKS; : OfTHE ..
:
$$20 t :
work by having us
save
: rONFKDKHACY:' : : THfRSDAY you can money
SIX-TIIIUTY O'CLOCK.BENEFIT i .. ? 'i ,
EVENING.::' : OF THE OLD SOLDIERS'HOME. ' cut and drill your pipe and put in brass nozzles

FIFTY TS A PLATE. so as you can install it yourself.We .

ll-14-4tc will also sell you Bath Tubs Water Clos-

FOR SALE-::Fifty White Leghorns, at wholesale prices and
ets, and Lavatories you

1.W. PHILLIPS & SONS S ... Guaranteed young hens pure., pullets If sold few at cockerels.once, 60 may have your preferred plumber fit them up if
cents each for the lot; smaller quantities
75 cents. R. B. Brock Oakland. you desire. Do not forget to look at the "Ameri
11-18-6t-
t Fla. ii can" Water Closet as it is the only noiseless
S. Ave.
210 Orange
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND i closet and we guarantee it not to get out of order
SURGEON
for five years.

Dr. Howell, osteopathic physicianand s
surgeon, announces that he has
from Harvard University,
returned j:
where he took post graduate work in F. Raehn '
eye, ear nose and throat diseases. Joseph o.
Also physical diagnosis (nerves
heart, lungs, kidneys and other viscera lam
), and electrotherapy and conta THE PIPE MAN
Pious diseases.! Office, Cheney build- I

inf. opposite San Juan hotel. MMIIMMIMMMMI' . . ..NNfMoN I"III" " I
611 residence 1018.
.' to phone: Office ; I



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CARDS MIDDLE WEST RAILROADS GET FAMOUS AUSTRALIAN ENLISTS GERMANS TOOK MOVING PIC-
MORE PAY FOR MAILS AS PRIVATE TURES OF SUBMARINE
ROBINSON & BEARDALLATTORNEYATLAW VICTIMS | The Proper Christmas Card
Washington D. C.-Railroads in Melbourne Australia.-Giving his
the "third contract section" will receive -.name as "John Wren" a man appliedat Nice France.-Captain Rafaeli of
$20,073,484.36 a year for carry- the Melbourne town hall for en- the steamer France, which was sunk Is engraved to order for your personal use. We have a beautiful
No. 4 West Pine Sreet ing mails during the four years beginning listment. He said his business was by a submarine in Mediterranean
July 1 last under adjustments !i"racing." November 7, is authority for the line of samples and have taken several orders during the past
Phone 161 announced by the postoffice depart- "Are you the owner of the race statement that while the crew was
ment. This is an increase of more courses?" asked the surprised re- getting into the small boats the sub- week.
than $4,300,000 over the annual com- cruiting officer. marine approached to within 100 feet
DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW "Yes" he replied. of the France and when all the sail- It is a pleasure to show you these beautiful samples ey'. n. if
adjustment ; lie is perhaps the most widely ors were safely off the ship groupedthe fcyou >.-
I known of Australia's millionaires. lie boats together with the steameras do not order.
four contract divisions and ambraces owns several race courses a newspaper a background, after which moving
Phone 72 Ohio Indiana Illinois, Michigan: Minnesota or two, and is interested in a pictures were taken of the scene. i
Wisconsin and Missouri. Mailin great variety of industrial enter-
Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8,- II
this section is carried over 67,375 prises. lie gave $2,500 as a prize to WILL ASK $3.000,000 FOR NEW I W. S. BRANCH,
Davis & McNeill Block
miles of track by 151 different railroads the first Australian to win the Victo- FORT
a daily average of 5,724,348 ,I ria Cross. Washington D. C.-The war department -,
pounds being hauled by about 4,000 !j Wren passed all the tests and was will ask congress for $3- i! THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
I trains. ,'promptly ticketed as a private in a 000,000 to fortify Plum Island for the
Victor Starbuck The adjustment made in one section ,.newly formed regiment. lie gave his greater protection of New York city.
i each year, is a tremendous task, age as forty-three. An official of the department said
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW involving the employment of hun- tonight that the project had been
{I
Phone 161 dreds of weighers verifiers and tabulators ,I KAISER PRAISES KRUPPS FOR under consideration for years, but the The Eola Packing Company
to establish the average daily ,000,000; DONATION effectiveness of long range guns on
No. 6 W. Pine St. Orland Fla weight carried. The job __ust fin- :' ships in the European war had made ORLANDO FLORID
'fished cost 381918. Berlin.-Emperor William, thank- the necessity of such fortificationsmore SpecialtiesCustom
I "Postal officials," said the depart- ing the Krupp Steel company for its apparent. i|I
I ment's announcement "think the alacrity donation of $3,000,000: to the relief
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Packers
with which the railroads fund for the benefit of families of Modern Equipment
agreeto soldiers who have died on the battle- Shippers and Buyers Cash f.o.b. Selling
these terms and their efforts
I before each new weighing to secure addi- field, said, according to the Overseas Tampa S SpecialVIA Growers' Agents Personal Attention

R. RAY WHITE tional mails by offering expedited or News Agency: Growers Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and arrange -
I I new train service as inducements are "It is a new proof of the patriotic for harvesting and packing their crops.
ATTOUNEY-AT LAW i good evidence of the unjustness of the mind. It is worthy of the great Fruit Packed and shipped as directed by the owner of the oods.
Room 44 often repeated assertion that the rail- name of Krupp whose fame as Ger- PACKING HOUSE-Corner Concord A>.e. and A. C. L. Tracks.
roads are handling mails at a loss." many's first armorer is brightened by: W. B. RULE, Mgr. J. S. PAGE, Asst :Mgr. C. A. COCHRAN.
Watkins Block Orlando, Fla. this splendid initiative in social wel-
house
Atlantic Coast LineStandard Packing Foreman.Patronage .
SAPPERS liUHIEI 61 HOURS DIG fare and this willingness to make sac- i

WAY TO OWN LINES I I rifices. i Respectfully Solicited
I I Railroad of the South I
Paris.-A letter from the front I SOUTH AFRICA RAISING NEW
Worthington Blackman tells of two sappers who were buried i OVERSEAS ARMY Reinaugurated Nov. 15th-lCth I
by the explosion of a German mine
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW but dug their way out after sixty-one I Pretoria South Africa. Gen. Jan I
Phone 617 hours' work. j I i Christian Smuts minister of defense, Schedule-Daily ACCIDENT HEALTH
The two men were entombed in a I has been given supreme command of Lv. Ar.
I
Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck small space at the end of a counter ; the military expedition against Ger- 12:45 p. m. Tampa 4:00 p. m. LIABILITY AUTOMOBILE
mine gallery. By means of knives man East Africa. The governmenthas 1:20 p. m. Plant City 3:25: p. m. i PLATE GLASS BURGLARY
worth Building. 1:38: p. m. Lakeland 3:07 p. m.
they made a vertical chimney onlyto decided to send 25,000 if a force 2:52 p. m. Kissimmee 1:51 p. m.
find that it issued less than a I I i of that size should be deemed neces- 3:22 p. m. Orlando 1:20 p. m. i PROPERTY DAMAGE WORKMAN'S COMPENSATIONGeorgia'
Phone 72 yard from an enemy trench. 4:05 p. m. Sanford 12:43 p. m.
Waiting until in sary.A recruiting campaign is be- 5:54 p. m. Palatka 10:-11 p. m. -
night they dug I i great 7:30 p. m. Ar. Jack'lle Lv. 9:15 a. m. i
another direction and after twenty- ing planned in the Union to raise vol- I
Paul V. HutchinsAttorney four hours reached the upper air. ,;unteers for the overseas armies as Equipment will consist of Pullman
Broiler-Observation Parlor Cars, A. C. !
and Counsellor at Law I Each has been awarded a medal. I well a? for operations in Africa. L. Free Reclining Chairs Cars. Stan- I I Casualty Company
dard Vestibuled Coaches and Com- II Ii I
bination Coach and Baggage Cars. II i
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Davis & McNeil Bldg 1111111111111'11111111111111111111111111111111111" I GEO. A. HUTCHINSON, General Agent

ORLANDO. FLA. II ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY! II IIIt For Information Call on ,I ,. Orlando, Florida

Dr. F. F. Thompson W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. !j Room 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone 700 4 *
W. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.

DentistFormerly Orlando I

is our pleasure to announce to our friends that we have --------- - -- ---- -
of New York secured the agency for the American-French Perfume 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1111111111 II 111111111111111111111111111'"No

115 SOUTH ORANGE Go's.: delightful MANTA ROSA Toilet Articles which
for QUALITY, BEAUTY and DISTINCTION stand in a
Over Curtis & O'Neal's class by themselves. i Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree I ;

Manta Rosa PerfumeThe

DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST Bottled Essence of the Sun-kissed Rose of Dewy Unless Budded

Morn. y 5. J" .

Water 1 from Bearing
Phone 716 Manta Rosa Toilet sr sa

Rooms 2 and 3- ; Delightfully Scented For Those Who Care.

Yowell-Duckworth Bldg ri fit' trees of a known
Manta Rosa Face PowderFit

For a Queen.If .

you are a user of toilet articles you have missed k ? Quantity and

half the joy of it if you have never used these goods. r..

Make it a point to come in today and see and sample
W them. Quality of Pro-

Say :Manta Rosa and Get Quality.WE I

DR. L. H. RAMSDEU GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS R a duction."--0.W.
OPTOMETRIST
ORLANDO. - FLORIDA
WI: FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSEi Conner. .
AND DO ALL KINDS OF jj LUCERNE PHARMACY ; ;

OPTIC RJIPAfRn'f; Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
; PHONE 2 grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW

SURVEYINGPlating I" 111 M 1111111111111 M III II MMIMIMMIIMIMIII

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and Sub-Dividing Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA

PROMPT AND ACCURATE I II NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class
WORK I nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -

by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for yes, DEMAND -
HAL A. IRISHCivil E trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -

Engineer : i five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery produc

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

47 Watkins IHdg., Orlando 1 Fla I trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER and YOU ARE

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

F. A. PEPPERCORN ( time and money to bring it into bearing.
V Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone but buy your trees where

BUILDER and CONTRACTOP you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof

Phone 37 proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing
Florida needs in the market first-class fruit and plenty of it.

Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's
L. Percival Hutton REO 1916 work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtain our

nay, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to ts in
37 Liberty St., New York. N./ $950.00, F. 0. B. Orlando comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.

ARCHITECT

McNeill-Davis Building Orlandc Are Here. Let us show you


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


I O. W. Conner- Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.

PLUMBINGSALLAS PALMS AUTO CO.

& SALLAS G. G. WRIGHT, Agent, Orlando, Florida jj jjI'IW'ESSIOXAL

208 Boone Street N. Orange Ave. Phone 400

Phone 597.
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I K.vrr.s: SENTINEL WANT ADS ARE READ BY 10,000 PEOPLE : Six P.1)KATISt'nr aI : T..e I
Tor: One Hay 2. cTor Fur:: One Month _ J2..VI
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'lhr ? Days :::::: 60e

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I"'lII It RINT t; New r. room "\.I 11,Illt I"", I lit UitS; AM) Hl.l.t.KKH. : 1
writ r\.lll1ltotwcl, Mllh\ f2oo:!'''' "t.t'IIt \ 1 buy tII. rent, and vxchnnee mil H BERRY
|I"lh.1'1,1) l Ur l'H1un, ', No :n North' estate Hate mlded In Orlando Fla.i I .,
IItlllllt at t' ides 11,1:t-I\l.\ er :no rests "It' handled rarer ----
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-- -- 20.nooono.! mul upp.hte.,
II.1I1t mN: v.riiiMi rut.hlahed \ Ai LfeWlttttiiMItilt t: '
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'lends' "Itt i Illhfllt' rjiinilyi, IIIIII\:! mi { HMfr": ItyHltgVnl r I .->-, pies lit. '
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1\ ptttlf of lUPt'liHih
REAL 1,1I1I".lIhll \I'alit 1 I If ,ilfllMl hlli/ ) 1wl! t I1'?' 'Ip, (UHI. ')'. lltlll (V (;'olnl'af| )', 11".-" I tt pXipll| ' i ih' | FOR SALEA

1 'lull"ill, oftt-H..- I II H f1111"1 b II, ull"llin& I'ltMiip, "Inn.' )HI( \lri"trtiJ''t \ \ a to wilier\ Phlhftu'llnii\ 'in All

I h'thH' '- IlliN{ I i' 1111( t1II'bi* ; I' a l \' I iJ : A WHINKHH' : : r,i.f "|1II UMinifIPP I ; of Automobile' I I
Ilnai Impair
ESTATEHOTEL. I iMMlll IllHIa*:, Hllll\ butt,, IM4 MInIatettlhllk fIH" +: All I IIP I set UIMI / )
i :. III N'pi4, 1I1I1ill"IHI M'0IUe anleell' ", WIII."r {In'I: :. link\ \ 1Jimoos ;
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\I.... ..i.t1.ri41 Piklll Ito'= .. l"14. lft-H-l;, H llPI Work.'u'ftnl'(! lag, Ails ami
_ _ _
_ _ _
_ ft.
\ fine lot 55 by 130 ft.
the aieruuih
'I\\1'''', H, Urine IViry, at \ -- on
i and. fair And!
Gasoline
*, 11-ta I I -lit I square I II
\ I,
I .! ppliveml iky-)EMer Spring. \ I '
WaterSee. :; evaryl. T. Hull k i t I I
FOJt{ RANT-Nicely furnished r\.lomij Company Uock 4ludding' i'hone 105, prices S. West St. $2200.
in new modern home; onehalfMock '
I 10-16-tfa.
FARM LANDS DROVES0USESLOTS. \ from Anderson:: street, pear t..I.e'ji ------ .
'.\ \ hospital, JJeaounul'le rules for
\ // the season. 4t5( Margaret street. Umbrella rocpvere4" and repaired For Nine Years':
wait. Younjj'a Repair
10-29-tf "while you ai

- - Shop, 21 E Pine St. We have been in business at the
FOR SALE FOR RENT Furnished, pleasant I C. A.HOMEY
suite of light housekeeping rooms
location Corner of South
; same ,
SALE
I ,on first floor; bath in connection; electric TWO FOR f'--1I0USE
FOR SALE OK KKNT-By owner, a I
if
lights and telephone; garage Main and Church Streets.
with six I have for sale at
new modern bungalow, desired private family. 312 North The two houses:!!
large rooms, hall, bath, and with every main street.; 11-2-lmo: the price of one are located on lot 78 Phone 226 I
convenience to make a desirable home; -- foot front facing east with a depthof
nice lot; desirable location near LakeCherokee FOR RENT By the season, month 185 feet number 406 Magnolia Orlando's Leading Repair Shop !
and Ame-
house
reasonable; avenue l t..tweE'n Livingston
; price one upstairs flat for light
or
will be completed latter part of No- housekeeping year ; also other rooms, and lia. The section of splendid homes and Garace I
vember. Also have a six room cot- garage, electric lights and bath in with grand old oaks arching-- the = - -
tage and a smaller bungalowith house. 300 East Conc rd ave. streets.
Apply
and terms to suit purchaser.Have I The modern 2 story house has on '
tl1..cl
price 9-10-tfc 1 j..1.1 i : a ZI i.-it1i&: Sl1.il1..glesOILANDC
also several furnished rooms for first floor: parlor, living room, dining ;& 01
rent. Address Kentucky Home, 511 I. room, kitchen pantry toilet and lavatory -
6S6.i i FOR RENT-Two rooms and sleeping the front
Palmer street, Orlando. Phone large living porch on
11-12-lmo: porch; water light, all modern convenienees. I and side; latticed rear porch.On .
.. Inquire 209: E. Jackson. I the second floor are 3 large ., .
A $3,300: BARGAINTen I 11-lG-Ctc sleeping rooms, each having enam-
eled lavatories piped for hot and cold
acre young grapefruit grove, \ FOR RENT-Rooms; large, airy upstairs water. There is also an extra large
two and a half in bearing, new four
bed room, recently papered screened-in ) with room
room cottage and bath, garage, chicken I! nicely furnished, twin iron beds, convenient enough for the whole family. The
yards and houses; one mile from I toilet and bath. Also kitchenette bath room is large light and airy,
:
city limits, just off brick road. and use of dining room. Nicely nice enameled fixtures all modern and
OWNER, 1). O. BOX 676 located. Reasonable rates. Address sanitary. .
ll-G-lmc "landlord," care of the Sentinel. The house is newly painted and papered -
11-10-lmoc throughout, shades are hung, it
Plaster and Lime
FOR SALE Three Rood lots on is wired for electric lights', fixturesInstalled Cement Agatite
Kidgewood avenue, near Lake Eola. FOR RENT: -An apartment of four nl!"o connected with gas. Intact --- -
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Will fell separate if desired. A bargain nicely furnished room, separate you will find every convenience 0::
if taken at once, as the owner bath, hot water, electric litrhtn. gas' ; I necessary for home comfort. If you ,.
needs the money. Inquire aL 6 E.: sew house, very desirable: adults lo hot care to use the entire houir.,
Church street._ lU-3Mtn: ( only, illI() Magnolia! '! M\(?. llK5tfcI''OU the locution flO near the "Wyoming,'
Insures tphtals of spare rooms atextra .
1'011Ala t 27 Ilulck} (good ) pom! prices Always In ,It'I -
condition. Write Dot GUT I tumuli I or If you cur to mil the entire -
ltKNT: =:.1 t rupee tlf new light + the
fc23lfel'Olt: Mini during
11"11111I'lIh nil c 111111"11"1 \' Rouse occupy
- lniHNpkrrilnt| iirluhl'itiliiiinliit tourist M'.nlll'II I the ft room cuttnup 1111 b'1LLi : iinJr' -'aLJILI
( KA1.H-: llttfllihtf) MX+ luutiu. '" ; |itinMUit "hmnr I the 1"'t'ItIIIllt'1i In' the I rear, y"u would|
nice ',.h-htl,\ withItUMi K: il.111"1 kl! it tiuiuiy ) drrvu{ ''Nllitl I )II which the, progeny t
pro"il'"\lly now ii 4 I I-:2! blink\ fiiuu i II".IIIITII'. n y
U'lulnu cIO'ue!(I Inuit 1 It 1" and! shrubhnryt "near' lrf."k" kola: ) very (107 "lIt litre( U u t'unit'f. bum, iiml ,'hll'1t.n ,-
drsn'ebtp| liu'itUiui, ll.ooo\ ttuntn.Aildien , holier, ftp Fruits of \'llIlulti '
"Owuur," M"x ui: Orlumlu WANTED: \ilrnU, Dver>.thlne iluht up to now lots ,
l-'lw, U-ltl-lwue Just H little above| the ordinary !Innuny at
wa)..
I la N.\1.1'--: UIMM! home, buggy bud'alae.e. \\'A NT I':It-- Position a* lumai-keeper It line not require) much rosily
Allilt Victor liugv talking, or rook in .piivate.. family\ by experienced mineyt. n eniaU cash pu>ment from
muflilnvith limn and abut 4511llie "hlle'III1U,". I "r fuitlierInformal I responsible' parties will I necuie 'theirnperty.
i' >eimli, J. A, Hiailmont, Itnute 1.II I 1. Inn, rail nt Id'.l' Went 1 nine *
lil-at slt t't't ll-lil-it t : The puce Is fV'HH( :\ ). A bargain' at
- hat figure.
Hilt/ HA.l.l-i. Ntet-l' Kiey! nutie mule.Ill \VANTI1!tt--Wlllk) wanleil l I.>y rnrprn- i 1.:. (-.oi'Ntj, '
hithdi high heavy bold, Hound' ter. Man with i'<|'ieiieiu-e In all tn,"t. tN'1'ATt.: !, -
nlul irpiillo, 5cnr "1,1. tint \\ ninleyt . 'lines. H\. I'uilK carp I'huenlrIluuse heist tll, MrNrlll I \ \ Hn" H Ittiuk.
It. 1'I 11. Nit :!.?, twit hiilen lull(Ii W. C'hunh utii-pt. t-11-lIt-' 10-24-tfe: tu ,
.. .rwwrr.rr..rr
of Ililmulo tin the Atmkit{ loud.{ ---
11. 10-Ult WANtllll-To: 1l'Tnll kln.U. tIt Iitull-
fur 'Ilts l of tt>"l. I alit 1labint
-- eily
I
,t l lit HA1.I1: tilt Itr.NrNlcv )tiiiiiw, tt nlii| n|'Hlr thtlH!tl! far l lumps!, tu t- Pest and Promptest "I Never About MY Biscuits"
(11I1I1..1.t'1. \ Ipn 'luunla, I Ind h, sleeping il.liwl, Mhil, tiiifiuhl-'lipil, 1'will be Worry
I('III 11 lii wt-u' Im'rtlwlj dtily twitliJUliir' Ihukr plait I tO llat Wllrtl till! llftVp, fitrs. Auto Livery
I ''"'""" 1't'l 1'l II5 IIesllnbl' Ietsi-! II, II, I,.''flkt', M "lirt"' I'l"4 "tlt'l" ,
Atnl'!'ty I'' ti, IOatl( IVli'' 17H, It''.N.dw lltm Stir victi lQit'A Iliipi!: ilninly vnunu linu vvirM, 'In+ritnoti\ I hnmv HIM IUllllltst( iiii KxnyM( \ { InvitrlittlvIlilillin ,

ii. 11Ifti -= _== :: ::::_ :C :...::31 = - - ,lilli't ua::! I unlit u in, II)' "1'1I111"11 I 1ht (limner) 'Illl'aa-g111tI'lpl'a'I'ntllhl|
I I'tlll" duty I! HUM 1)11' w UMrt\ Illuing'ilr \ 'LOST' - .VI'ASSCNGCKBUICK) [ [ { t'MU'lly lut'iily' iiiiniiU'B, I riiii, Jihsnya gaI oiu'lt: |ii\ty| luuuiu'tl\ lijariiitrt/ MS lilt' !pu,"
\: .. lap \\ II"I.I.hI.1. tll"I 1.11111'' =- -
..\ t I'II'@""I. ,Irl, IIIlh, t'ni'I"' O..II.. e, I.1l'I' A ilitimi'iul'' IKIC' (pin' oinuluktmiu
;.111I1 $ill"l\I\ tIriinge' .IIIIIII, |II| |1t.HII:| in center Huitil.iy. II"| '"ill'.I The Cabinet Gas Cooks To PerfectionA
----'- I fur utiiin 'to MI.. H. A. ..Itihiioiin, lta:\\ ( Range
I'Olt{{ HAM! OU Illinly: / I liillo Ninth ttnUilfl| ionium, II Hi :Ml* GAR

,I ante fuini' Mini utb1uiliinu'fly\ 1'0111'deluyy' Mllli iliwketh l U'II"I|,, new' mi w|.OST-On: Monday. Oi-tober- --:25! "la- now era in ninkery haM tlawni'il! with tho aiht-nt of tilts gas range. Tho ngo of endless

easiest tuima AiMivM "'iii 1I-ltl-t" .* (weep n..l.ithi.III S; .rings and (hl.indo We call anywhere at any time trouble ntH! uncertainty in baking bus passed U\\l\)'. Women nu longer spend. all day in

t'ffins- : I \Winttf\in Bust Paik road, one betwi-en Fhik Maillandami red' top the kitchen wrestling with a stubborn wood or coal fire-and then getting burnt or half

ron/ 1+.11.17: :34x4 automobile tire mounted on rim Gordon's Trader Co raw baking. Instead they bake with gas and invariably i get good results in half the
('Mumiwrr. ('rlrry and I.t'ttun I'laitln A communication from the finder will ,
I have lllousunds, ut choice plants be greatly appreciated by I>. A. Cheney time. There is no guesswork, no eternal fussing, no worry, or mental strain. The gas

fur sale and ready now.Seventylive Orlando, Florida. IO- 9-tt 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 range heats up just right and stays that way.It .

plants.Twentyfive. thousand cauliflower HAULING OF ALL KINDSConvinced will be to jour advantage to call and learn the benefits of cooking with gas.

thousand celery plants. LOST-Small open faced watch, on
One hundred thousand lettuce plants. pin between Lake Lucerne and the
Address, W. C. POST Sanford, Fla. Empire hotel. Monogram L. B. L. on
1 F. 1>. No. :2
:
11.12-1'tc: : liack. Return to Orlando Bank and
Trust Co. and receive reward.I13tfc ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
TOR S.J.ET liAlcr.AIN "Yes" said the specialist as he
Or will rent completely furnished, stood by the sack contractor, "I can
new, modern and attractive home, cure you." GAS DEPARTMENT
pretty lawn and shrubbery near Lake MISCELLANEOUS "What will it cost," asked the sick
Eola; two stories, five rooms bath man faintly.
screened sleeping porch, and summer "Ninety-five dollars."
dining room. Address Owner, Box TO FORD OWNERS: "You will have to shade your price ..
397. or call at 312 Broadway.1110dwtf. I am expecting at once another a little" replied the contractor. "1'
shipment of Ford auto tops complete, got a better bid from the undertaker." ---- - - - --- ------ -- --

at a top cover price. Regular and one The specialist stood pat on his price I .. ++* II III I I III II 11111 1111 1111111 1111111111111111111111111111I
FOR SALE-FOR RENT-Houses, man stjle. Will this interest you? and his competitor pot the job. .
furnished and unfurnished. Also How about a Ford crank locking device We are specialists in our line of
some splendid lots. Call and see what ? "Safety first." Prices quotedon work and san&ary conditions prevail. I
1 have to offer before you buy or application. I:. L. Holland. It will pay you to stay: on the safe
rent. Mrs. 11. B. Leake 45 East Pini 1-11-12-Ctc side.
street or 312 Broadvay. Phone 179. r

10-8-dw-lmo- I $7.00 PAPER I will i paper ANGINGFor any ordinarysize Orlando r r SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSfRISOCOEE [

T-y11t! S\I.E One top bulgy and one II room. Over 500 selections to
inaliout, in fine condition. Price I choose from. I do painting also at Steam i
,-h. 1(p. Inquire at :M.: J. Westfall's. I I reduced prices. Phone :2t11, or drop Laundry
F" moss, Fla. 11-17-Ct me a postal and I. will do the rest.
I G. C. Schultz Box 385, Orlando. FRENCH DRY CLEAXFKSLAUNDERERS I FLORIDA
F' 'II: SALE-City residence horse 1-10-31-lmo
w.L,lIn. harness roll top desk. Two I r
fu h.'d for rent. E. II. Gore PHONE 88
< n rooms GEO. T. HTLL CO.
e.Ut o;, 'x-ery Co., 6 and 8 E. Pine. Phone 111;). Rock BIdg., .Room 3. I ,,
'I! 1 IT.'it* r
Call and see us if interested in real I rw
estate. Buy, sell or exchange prop-

SFl.Fcr oranve &NVRSEKY 1 grapefruit STOCK-Sour seedlinjrs. erty.ll-J-lmoc Rentals carefully attended to. Pine Castle' All the leading varieties ot Orange and Grape-

. lliaw assi, or
Apply at 1. Mahby's ----
h> mail to C. Victoreen, star route. NOTARY- PUBLIC, with seal. I makea I fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest
I,1 1 1 12t': specialty of deed;;; mortgages, NurseriesPine r
- -
-- --- -- leases contracts etc. Price very rea- prices :: :: ::
FOR RENT sonable. :\Ir;:. II. B. Leake. 45 East

------ --- Pine street. Phone 179.; 11-9-lmoc Castle, Fla.
,
FOR RENT-A good ten room unfurnished LOOK OUT!! for T. A. Mann's big r e
house with modern conveniences special sale. Advertisement in Fri-
and well ventilated; just the day's and Saturday's Sentinel. ,
first class
Has and ----
for house located in orange I
thing a boarding ; 11-1-tcz:
a prosperous growing town. Applyto grape fruit trees, ready to plant. ,
W. L. Story Wnter Garden, Fla. BRING YOUR CIIILD-I am preparing We offer only! first class trees, r

9mtfe.MonEL: photos a for great the display fair. Want of children's every budded from prolific bearing Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest
of known
trees quality. We
KINDERGARTEN, primaryroom. child. No cost to you. Every child
First Methodist church; telephone eight years' and under negatuesmade also have the genuine Watson I prices to the above address
221, or call 14 East Jackson free Wednesdays. and Saturdays. watermelon seed. No melons' ,

street. 10-20-tfe Howard's Studio. 1-11-16-tf shipped from where we saved I I I i

our seed Melons! weighed from
FOR RENT Attractiveroom. business' Subscribe! for the morning Sentinel to 45 C
20 pounds. Catalogue I 1..t
Garage.. See It Itt Berry, at the IMl-tf Ford 10 cents a week delivered. Free. . . . . . . . . .. . . . ... .. . . . .. . . . . . . . .


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LOCAL AND PERSONAL


fe8I1 Visitors in Orlando today from other -
points include :Mr.: Leon Thompson -

of Fort Myers.


Judge T. P. Warlow left last night

er p for Tampa where he is spending today .
on professional business.

.
Remember U. D. C. supper toni ht
at Astor cafe. l-ll-lS-lt


INCORPORATED 1893 Dr. C. Marshall:: of Oviedo, was Prepare for ..
among the out of town business trans .
actors spending yesterday in Orlando.
THEo

STATE BANK RIDE hour,in 12 Hamrick's miles for 30c.Jitney Bus 8-2S-tf one:
"TUE"[ AUTUMN OF LIFE"By [

4 OF \ Mr. T. M. Rivers, of Kissimmee,
was among the well known citizen
/ ORLANDOTwentytwo of that place looking after business --
matters in Orlando yesterday.
years' experience in the affairs of

to measure and meet the .
Banking enables us Watch for Neil of the Navy. lie i is saving a definite
needs of our customers.The coming. 11-11-tl
of this bank has endeavoredto
management each week. We
pursue a progressive policy, to be liberal in Mr. T. H. Cadenas left yesterdaj amount

its treatment, and adhere strictly to the legitimate for Jacksonville where he will lIJ>elld have several plans. Let
lines of banking. several days on a combined business ,

THE SAFETY AND CHARACTER OF and pleasure) trip. us explain them
THIS HANK IS REFLECTED IN ITS
DEPOSITORS. Ride UamrUk's jitney bus &c.1818ti .

-
Office Mr. J. II. Dean, n well known bust
LOUIS C. MABREY --______......-President r
ness man of Montgomery, Aid, nr-
T. I'lCTON WAKLOW - ->-.1'ke-Presldent / rived In Orlando l last, writing
__.. ......CtuhlerAMt. on n
WATEUH{ 110WK The Peoples Bank
8. / visit to his brother, llr.' J. L. Draw National
Cannier
k 8. A. NI WI t.tJ __ --
/
W"trlt for Neil "f the Nttvy. lie I In "It Is A Pleasure To Serve You"
i "IIIItIIl. 11.11.1lieut.
r -

H. J. llntrikln: one of Nnrnt >

c )(>'ii. fiierjMU' and\ |1"lllullt'| till .
w
Ken*, pnent yesterday in Orlando) ntiii-
:1111/1/ bundle with lAaawura' .

-
Havings check art) good MM fold.
..,.. Ask for them whenever you buy anything .
11-lMI(
_
Mr.. A. E. liennett arrived in Or
lando yesterday afternoon from Arcadia .r

to spend a week with Prof. and 111111111111111111111111111111111111..1.111.1111""IIIIII'I' III" " "
Mrs. C. E. Wade at their home on
MaxwellAt
North Orange avenue. .111.11..II.IIIIIIIIII.III..III.I..III. I..II.'lt.1' " "I" "

Assist old soldiers' home by attending .
a bargain. $200. Comelquick. U. D. C. supper tonight al
Astor cafe. Ml-18-ltc
J

Mr. V. V. Casey, of Hartford, Con
necticut, is among the recent arrivals
Haynes-Hupmobile Salesroom in Orlando. While looking over this
JUST RECEIVEDSome
section he is making his headquarters -
at the San Juan hotel.


-- - Ui-18-tf: Ride Hamrick's jitney bus. 5c. of those reliable STUDEBAKERS, 40 HorsePower ii
-

Mr. A. J. Lane, of Narcoossee, one Touring Cars

.' of the largest and most successful
horticulturists in that section, look d
f. b. Orlando
after business matters in Orlando $960.00 o.

yesterday.Fish .


YIiP' and oysters received daily.II. .
M. Self & Co. 1-10-6-tfc:

Mr. R. M. Hudson, the well known
a paving contractor, has returned from San Juan Garage Company
a business trip to Atlanta, and whilein

New Ford Home Orlando is making his headquarters ,
at the San Juan hotel.
OrlandoDaytonaIMIMMIMMIIMOililiiliMMMillilllilllliiM
Now Open Savings checks are accepted as cash
in the savings department of the
Peoples National Bank. 11-11-tf 1Y

209-11 South Orange Avenue
Messrs. J. D. Barnes, L. C. Town-
Telephone 386 send, Murry S. King, and Wm. Smith
.
left yesterday morning by auto for
FORD ACCESOKlfcrf: -TIRES Tampa to attend the district Knightsof . . ... . IIII.IIIII.lr
Pythias meeting in that city.
FILTERED GASOLINE, OIL
11,111111111111.llllllrllllll..IIIII'II.IIIIII.111111IIItl .IIIIIII.llllr.....
FREE FILTERED AIR I.. J. MUSTARD, the chiropodist.
Office over McElroy's drug store.

"Make this Ford Home Your Ford Home. l-ll-6-12tc Who Will Be Your Executor?

Mr. II. F. Phipps, the popular traveling
representative of the Southern
F. G. RUSH
Railway, with headquarters in Tampa ANSWER NO. 2

was among the well known transl s
t
Your estate may be materially impaired as a t
l>ortution men spending yesterday: in direct result of the appointment of an executor ,.. ,
Orlando.U. or trustee.

...
I D. C. supper t Astor cafe tonight When an individual is appointed I
benefit of old soldiers' home. The financial responsibility is generally weaker.It .
L-MIIIIIIIIIIIM'- '" " " "''MIIIIMMi Ml-18-ltc
is usually provided in wills that the person r ,. 4-'N
Mr.1 George C. Sand?r.on, the popular nominated to serve as ..cutor shall be excused i j4 '.,
rt";'
representative of \\'. II. Michael from giving bonds. f
.
The Friendships of Today Are & Son the well known fruit and produce When surety bonds are supplied it is at the ex .,. z ? .
Pa.. has
men of Philadelphia ., ,
pense of the estate, and then only partial secu- rte'.. pt ,
returned to Orlando and is pleasantlyocated
The Dividends on Yestert 4 .
loss is
.. for the season at the San rity against provided ,
has been When a Trust Company is selected- t -
Sanderson
Mr.
Juan hotel #
day's Thoughtfulness. 1 1In j
coming to this city for a number of The positive advantage of strong financial re- + -

I' );ears and has many friends who are sponsibility is secured. 1Tj
r
the hurry and worry of business life, we are glad to see him again.LOOK A bond which has behind it the entire financial E ;

apt to forget how dear birthdays and anniversaries are I OUT:! strength of the Institution is always filed with j'
and the Probate Court at ..<. mat to the estate. k ,f"
to the members of the family our acquaintances.How For T. A. Mann's big special sale.
small a matter to us is a,, little remembrancehow \dvertisement in Friday's and Satur- Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issueof et
much to those remembered! day's Sentinel. l-ll-17-2tc this newspaper. rfir, -
x, rr:
Think today of someone whom you would like to
BE PIE DAY AT
WILL
remember, and let us be your advisers as to the gift. FRIDAY ?f + f
CARL JAXSEX'S BAKERY Come in any time and freely ask for further ; l; : t

11 North Orange avenue, and you are information on this vitally important subject. j
nvited to our store between 8 a. m. You are always welcome and our offices are always I -
and 6:30 p. m., where you will have glad to advise. j
the opportunity of sampling the kind
of pie :you want us to bake for :your

T. H. EVANSJEWELER Thanksgiving' DoctorsBuekniastiT dinner. l-ll-18-2tc The Orlando Bank & Trust Company



& BrautiIe1r Orlando Florida


Personal instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Stillt Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00iMimiBHitMMItUMIimiilllllillllllllilMM

EirksviHe, Mo.

a ___ .. 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
..
.. ... ....u .... __ National Bank. Phone 678. tlll"I'111 . ..
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