Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00565
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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 19, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
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 )
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: VID00565
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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VOULMK"': TIIKKK( ; :. OHLANIM, 1".OltlU.FUIU.! .\ \', NUVKMIIKK; ll!., liU.1, NUMUKR 211.





; : -( .\TT"- ;(f.\'f I WINTER PARK YESTERDAYRichard

Cranther, desperate yegg, who escaped! from St. Luke's
hospital at 5 o'clock' Wednesday morning, where he was confined on REACH AN UNDERSTANDING
account of shot wounds received while
gun resisting! arrest! was captured -
Freighters Stopped and !HOUSE( LORDS DISCUSSES at Winter Park yesterday afternoon by 1) C Oterstreet! deputy .
Forced to Keturn-Clash policeman. Cranther was discovered in a freight house I ling
QUESTION COMI'ULSORYMILITARY on some hay, and later was turned over to Sheriff Gordon, who
of Enemy Fleets Seems placed him in the county jail instead of a hospital.
SERVICEAllSINGLEMBWTVOllTEER Cranther: refuses to talk.. Therefore his whereabouts between the ON NIHE LUSTM CASE
Inevitable hour of escape and the time of capture is a matter of conjecture.
It is not known whether he had confederates or not. Cranther i is
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + [ only nineteen years old but is as daring a criminal as ever steppedhis
foot in Orange county. Robbing Guernsey's hardware store on -
+ BULC.ARS OCCUPY MONAS- + Saturday, captured and shot at Maine's City, escaping from the hos- DEFIXITEXXOeXCE IEXT
+ Till + Lord Derby Says if EnlistmentDoes pital Wednesday, and being recaptured last evening are thrilling AUSTRIAN CONSUL MAY BE
+ + chapters in the life of this young Jacksonville crook. IS EXPECTED AT AN

+ Saloniki. Nov. 18.-The Bulgarians + Not Increase Alterna- I EARLY DATE

+ have occupied Monastir, + UtOC:. wwac.nu_ L IX._ DISMISSED FROM I -

++ here.according to advices reaching ++ Considered 1LSTROMDIESTODAY SCIENTISTS WI I I.L L I. DECIDE THE H U.S. BOTH GOVERNMENTS TO CONCEDE

+ + + + + + + + + + + + t4t
London, Nov. Conscription was
again up for discussion in the house Germany Must
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + of lords this afternoon. Gov. Spry of Utah Refuses to Noted Men on Coroner's Jury in GREGORY ANNOUNCES IMPORTANT Indemnityand
+ EIGHTEEN GER I.TOR- + U. S. May Not Insiston
That the government has deter- Interfere in Behalf of Swed- Famous Chicago Case of INFORMATIONHAS

++ PEDO-BOATS ++ mined to resort to compulsion unless ish Poet Convictedof I "Baby Bellinger," BEEN GAINED Disavowal of Submarine's -

unmarried men enlist within the time Murder
Defective Crime
+ Copenhagen Nov. 18.-It is + I
set by Lord Derby, was indicated
+ reported from Helsing org, in + Consul General Von Nuber and
+ Sweden that 18 German torpedo + again. Salt Lake City, Utah, Nov. 18. ''I Chicago Nov. 18.-Science will determine -i Associates Implicated; Can- Washington, Nov. 18.-Progress is
Marquis Lansdowne, in answeringa Gov. Spry has declined to interfere in I
tomorrow whether the death
+ boats have been seen steaming + cellation of being made by the United States and
question relative to conscription, the case of Hillstrom, the Swedish of Baby Bellinger was justifiable. Exequateur
+ down Cattegat today. + Germany on the settlement of the
stated that he inferred from the poet condemned to death for murder, I Six of the most widely known medical Expected
+ + + + + + + 4 + 444 + 4 + Lusitania
statements of Lord Derby and Pre- and late today sent a telegram to I I and surgical men in this country, case and the definite announcement -

London, Nov. 18.-A dispatch to mier Asquith, that these men wouldbe President Wilson giving his reasons. I I forming Coroner Hoffman's jury, will Washington, Nov. 18.-Attorney; of an agreement may be
forced into the army unless they The governor's action was concurredn I I complete the inquest which was begun General Gregory officially announced expected at a reasonably early date.
the Central News From Copenhagensays soon come forward.At by the state board of pardons. i today. this afternoon that A. Bruce Bielaski, Germany has made the following

: about the same time, in Edin- Hillstrom will be shot to death They will decide whether science is chief of the bureau of investigationof proposals:

"As a sequel to yesterday's dispatches burgh, Lord Derby, in the course of about 7 a. m., mountain time, Friday I to uphold the stand taken by Dr. II. the department of justice, in his That the United States agree to
a juncing that two German an address, stated: "If single men do morning, and the firing squad has already -I J. IIaiselden in his refusal to perform conference yesterday at New York arbitrate the question of Germany's
squadrons d been observed passing not enlist parliament will be forcedto been selected. I an operation which he says would with Dr. Goricar former Austrian obligation to pay an indemnity for the
through the sound into Cattegat, tele- consider an alternative policy." Three hundred special officers are have saved the baby's life. consul, "obtained much valuable in- loss of American lives as well as the

grams from Swedish sources state guarding the public buildings in consequence They have been asked to add to formation" concerning the activitiesof amount which should be paid.
that a big squadron, of British destroyers WILL CLOSE ROAD _of threats of I. W. W. lead- their report whether the baby would Austrian Consul General Von Nu That the United States accept Ger-

and cruisers have been seen ers that their organization would not have lived, if the physician had op- ber and his associates. many's sincerest regrets for the loss
in Cattegat between Anholt and Because of the repair work now allow the execution. erated. The report in full)) of the conference of Americans on the Lusitania in lieu .

Sweden."It. proceeding on the OrlandoApopkaroad They will probably make recom- will be transmitted to the state department of a disavowal of the act of the sub-
is believed that an important that section of the road betweenthe NOTED AVIATOR IN ORLANDOMr. dations also in regard to a general probably tomorrow. It is marine commander in torpedoing the
naval engagement is imminent. west and south points of Lake course to bet taken hereafter in cases expected that cancellation of the exe- vessel.

"Swedish freighters in the sound Fairview will be closed to traffic be- Carl Kuhl, the aviator, who where children are born hopelessly quatuer of Von Nuber, and possibly The United States has replied:

have been stopped by German war- ginning today. has made for himself an enviable defective. other consuls, will be the result. "That this government can not con-

ships and forced to return." reputation as a successful and skillful sent to arbitrate questions involvingthe

navigator of the air, arrived in Orlando VOICES SENTIMENTS OF MANY lives of American citizens, and
BOOKER WASHINGTON BURIEDAT FightAtTown last evening to visit his parents, OTHERS An Incendiary expects Germany to acknowledge

TUSKEGEE Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Kuhl, at their without equivocation her obligationto

Of OaklandIN home on Gore avenue. "Carl," as his "Orlando is a remarkably beauti- Causes AlarmTWO pay an indemnity."

Tuskegee, Ala.. Nov. 18.-The fun- many freinds call him, has been mak- ful city, and its main street by night The settlement will probably be
eral of Booker T. Washington, leaderof ing flights from Minnesota to Florida, would do credit to a much large reached on the following basis:

the negro race, took place here ALTERCATION MAYOR but about this time every year man- place. I am thinking seriously of ATTEMPTS TO FIRE' The United States will not insiston
yesterday at Tuskgee Institute whichhe ages to reach home, in order to enjoy a disavowal and will accept as suf-
SUSTAINS TWO BROKEN making my home here and I know I ONE ROOM DWELLING ON
founded and made one of the most FINGERS AND BRUISES- hunting with his father and friends. shall like it very much" said Mr. II. PROF. SIMMONS PROPERTY ficient Germany's expression of regret -

successful schools for negroes in the L. Richardson, of Schenectady, N. Y., coupled with her assurances that
country. It was estimated that 8,000 THE WEATHERFor as the news man on the Sentinel ram- FRUSTRATEDPOLICEARREST there will be no repetition of the act.

persons were present to attend the ORLANDO.About Florida: Rain today, except bled up with him yesterday near the SUSPECT. Germany, on the other hand, will

services, but the chapel at the school fair northwest portion; northwest Empire hotel while making one of his yield on her proposal for arbitrationand
could accommodate only 2500. a week ago Oakland was the winds. "rounds." Residents at the corner of North will admit her obligation to pay

The ceremonies were unostentatious scene of a real fight in which three I Main street and Robinson avenue are indemnity. ,

The line of march was formedin members of that town's official fam- fearful that they will be burned out Representatives of each govern-

front of the administration build- ily and a contractor were the princi- Jacksonville Police Are TryingTo by incendiaries. On Monday and ment will be appointed to agree upon

ing headed by members of the boardof pals. As the story goes an alterca- early yesterday morning attemptswere the amount of indemnity.

trustees present. Among them tion arose between Joseph Henschen, Uncover Automobile TheftsJacksonville made to fire the one room dwell-
were: William G. Wilcox of New mayor of Oakland, and a contractorby ing on the rear of Prof. J. W. Simmons NEGRO HOUSEBREAKER CAPTURED -
York; W. W. Campbell, and Charles the name of Husband. Husbandwas property at the corner of Main LAST NIGHT

W. Hare, of Tuskegee; A. J. Wilborn, doing some contract work for the )) Nov. 18.-What is be- : Stephens this morning and pleaded street and Robinson avenue. The two
William J. Schieffel of New York; town and there was some disagreement 'lieved to be a concerted attempt onI I guilty. They will now await trial fires coming as they did in quick suc- I At 11:30 last night Ed. Benford a
Belton Gilbreath, Birmingham; Frank over the matter under discus- : before the criminal court. cession have alarmed that neighbor- negro, was caught breaking into the
Turnbull, of New York and Victor II. sion. the part of a gang of young culpritsto hood.A residence of J. W. Beasley, on West
According to the
In the "free for all" which followed steal automobiles and hold them police, the theftof
Tulane, Montgomery, Ala. WilliamII. the Funderburk machine negress who has been in the em- Pine street.
Baldwin third, walked with the Mayor; Henschen sustained two broken 'for a reward and also dispose of them result of was the ploy of Prof. and Mrs. Simmons for As soon as he saw that he was
a premeditated
plan to stealan
trustees. fingers, and bruises around the for very small prices, is now attract- automobile on the part of the two five years resides in the dwelling. trapped Benford made a break for
The Episcopal burial service was head back and arms. lIe was con- ing the attention of both the police men charged. The Yesterday morning at 1 o'clock the Church street,. his speed being Increased -
young police
read and many old plantation songs, fined to his bed and yesterday was department and the sheriff's office. that both Brown and IIultz stated say occupant was awakened by a bright by a bullet from a 22 rifle

which Dr. Washington liked, were the first day he was able to come to The many thefts of machines recently that a verbal contract had been en- blaze. She screamed lustily and which took effect in his left hip. The
Orlando. With him was his son, Harold people were awakened. The fire, shot was fired by Jno. Barter. Chief
sung A few of the hundreds of messages and the arrest of two young tered into by them and an Orlandoman many
of condolence were read. Henschen, town clerk, and J. C. white men Monday in connection with to deliver an automobile to the which had been kindled in a box, car- Smith, who resides on Central avenue,
Prominent men in all walks of life Robinson, a councilman. Legal advice the theft of the Funderburk automo- latter for a stated sum. The ried to the east side of the little one block away, was awakened by the
was sought by the men yester young dwelling and under the floor shot and hastened to the
placed scene.
whites as well)) as negroes, attended bile, has now strengthened the theoryin men said to the police that they delivered -
the funeral. day. the minds of the authorities and the Funderburk automobileand had burned for a considerable dis- In spite of his big lead the negro

will result in a thorough crusade received $75 in payment from the tance on the building, but was quickly was caught within two blocks by the
WOMAN: KILLED BY N. Y. FLYER extinguished. doughty chief of Orlando's police
START DELANEY) PAVING robbery campaign now wife of the man accused. The
thought to be at its height. young No clue has ben obtained as to the force. It is thought that Benford is
men also told the officers who arrested
Work has started upon the South Buffalo N. Y., Nov. 18.-Mrs. Thos.D. Last night, about 9:30 o'clock the them that they were furnished- incendiary except that woman's foot- the man who has been breaking and
Ramsdell, wife of the president of Overland machine 1916 model five prints were discovered east of the entering so many Orlando residences
DeLaney street pavement which, con- money; with which to buy gasoline to
the New York Telephone company the of R. E. dwelling in soft sand. The police arrested during the past month as he answers
nects with the Conway road. passenger property be used in the stolen car. The automobile
whose husband is one of the wealth- Fleming, 837 Oak street, was stolen was found in Orlando.In a negress who is held in the all available descriptions.
iest men in western New York was from city jail asa suspect. In the mean-
in front of the Florida National
telling of the manner in which
FLORIDA L TULANE 1At I killed early this evening when an automobile bank, and at the present time no trace the Funderburk car was stolen the time the police are keeping an eye
Ji in which she was riding was of the machine has been found. The young men stated to the authoritiesthat on the premises and working on the GO TO APOPKA NOV. 22

struck by the New York flyer on the car is of the latest Overland make, they; had tried several machinesthe case.
Gainesville yesterday before a Lake Shore road at Lake View. and had been in use but two months.
night the car was stolen and final- The meeting scheduled for last
I large crowd the University of Florida At a late hour tonight the head of carried the city license number DODGE FAMILY TO MARION
decided the
ly upon machine of Mr. night at Apopka when an exhibit
beat Tulane University in a hotly con- the woman's body was all. that had 14S6 the machine number S312364, Funderburk. The machine, they say, COUNTY FAIR from that section of Orange countywas
tested game of football by the close been found. and motor number of 12364.: Tele-
was then driven to the corner of to have been discussed and
|score of 14 to 7. Much local interestwas grams have been sent by the police Ocean and Bay streets, where one of Manager Phillips of the Orlando planned for the forthcoming Subtropical -

attached to the game. OAKLAND AGENCY AT LEES- and sheriff to all of the surroundingtowns the men had been waiting with five Auto and Supply company, will send Midwinter Fair in Orlando in

BURG in an attempt to apprehendthe gallons of gasoline and some oil preparatory i the Dodge Triplets-touring car, February was postponed until Monday -
IIUNTIXG DIVERSION thief or get information which to the journey to Orlando. roadster and winter car or limousineto night at 7:30 o'clock on accountof
Mr. J. B. Magruder. Jr., has estab- may lead to his arrest and recoveryof The police are now looking for the the Marion county fair at Ocala the inclement weather. Capt. C.
I A large party of hunters left Orlando lished an agency in Leesburg for his the automobile. Orlando man who is said to have been next week. The winter car will prove II. Baker, county agricultural agent

I yesterday for the Fort Christmas famous Oakland car.Ir.. J. Y. Clark Ralph Brown and Harry Hultz, employed in Jacksonville a short time the center of attraction, no doubt, as was the only man from Orlando who

section where they will hunt for I one[ of the live wires in that enterprising alias Harry Broward, both charged ago. He was located in Hilliard, Fla., it is something new. attended the meeting. W. G. Talton,
several days. Commissioner Robertson town, was in Orlando yesterdayand with the larceny of the Funderburk yesterday afternoon, but succeeded in who is secretary of the Apopka Boardof
headed the party in his "Teddy closed a deal with Mr. Magruder machine, which was recovered yesterday -
escaping before the officers arrived. See those beautiful pictures in r Trade, is very anxious that Orlando -
r JRoose." Those in the party were Dr. whereby he will handle these cars in in Orlando were given a preliminary lie will be prosecuted when arrested, December Ladies' Home Journal, at send a large representation to nextIonday'
fLott, T. O. Brown, and others. Lake county. hearing before Justice G. A. according to the police. Curtis & O'Neal's book store. meeting.i .


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South Florida THE DAILY Sentinel i:|IA Poem For The Day I IClIl"UCIl IX NEW YORK I

New York.-Worried over the war. Freesiaand
?:. GLENN . . .. .. ......... .....Editor .\ LA MODEA } Willy G. Holldorf, until recently chic Tulips
W C. K.SHIMJTON . Buiinn M>nt I chemist for the Spreckles sugar refinery I
!: at Ib* pu.u.lHc. *t Orlando. FlofUrn. Chicago church recently offered!
.. Swond ClwM Mail MatUr. I and his wife Frieda, both went I
in place of the conventional evening insane here today while attending i all kinds of Flower Bulbs for sale at our store. For pot planting in doors or fur out

p.Ur. I Yter SUBSCRIPTION............RATES........... 15.00 service un attractive program which services in St. John's EvangelicalLutheran : / i I door planting, now is the time to buy your bulbs. We will give you one of our nice seed
Dear a Month. ...................... 1.40 included movies, a lecture on Japan church. Women members ,
Dally. I Month ...................... 1.15 I catalogues which gives full information about planting.
baby. .
DaiI,. 1 Month .....................eo tO and the baptism a of the congregation,: / fled as the couple j
- -.-, -News item. tore their clothing and began to shout Double doz.__________ ..Hoc:; ..
-- Tulips, .......
N..klr. 1 Year ...................... 11.00
Incoherently.The Roman Hyacinth, mixed, doz.----------75c
ALL SUBSCRIPTION ADVANCETO -? PAYABLE IN An Veil all-cut.tar the bill sermon we have, maybe tonight) ; husband fought and it took a Dutch Roman Hyacinth, doz.__________40c

--- - I And, just to start the program right, half dozen men to subdue him. He :Mixed Single Tulips, doz.______________20c

ADVKKTISGRSiC.M : Baptize a kidnapped baby. later was taken to jail and his wife Calla Lillies, each--__________________lOc
I., .play all .tk.r k.ad..., I removed to the observation ward in a Giant White Narcessus, each____________5c
.un"a. .... b. k..... !. t{ fkf lwdstNr84e..1 Following this, we'd have you \'iew-
Ik. 8.n\ln.1 l iwt.Uur togs, 1 p. .. There's no attraction finer- ,hospital. Holldorf and his wife came Paper Whte Narcessus, 2 for___________5c
to u.. cktnr dy HI.. .. pu r.ntrKt>lInt"':. d ThU. ml. BMli It *t** I A film, passed by the censor, too, 'to Yonkers from Pomerania, Ger- Lord Malanley Hyacinths, each________lOc

ta..rUbl. *.n.rwt k. itrirtlr alker.d to i Depicting life in China. many. Marie Hyacinths, each______--________lOc

But..uiben dcalring The SenUoel d&coi i Professor Traveline next Hyacinth glasses, each________________25cWe
tinned should notify the offic. in writing on Will lecture on Australia; VAST DEPOSITS OF PLATINUM:
continued tb. date of,t )the!plr tian.rrplv otbenrU.subacrii.>(it km will ra..b... We then will have the Golden Text, FOUND IN: SOUTHERN I solicit mail orders from out of town customers. Add 5c dozen for postage.
unlit Dotit'e0 atOp to received.Tdepava And with a hymn regale you.
K.mr n.............'...... 14 I SPAIN '
Our ushers, next upon the bill, CT. L. DE..A
FIUDAV. NOVEMBER: 19, 191;) Will kindly pass among you; Madrid, Spain.-Platinum deposits
Meanwhile: prima donna \\illrlu"tesi's
I ng have sung you. of great extent and excellent quality "Tlie Druiz and Seed NIn i 1"
Keep shooing the hard looking have been discovered forty miles

characters from the city's doorstep. i That ends the bill; we'd preach in north of Gibraltar, in the Ronda PROPRIETOR

o vainA mountains, which have the same geographical -'

If you are going to save up for a I Those sermon who on arrived hell's late torments may remain structure as the Urals from CITY DRUG STOREORLANDO

rainy day don't wait until you see the To see the next performance. which a large proportion of the
clouds. o world's present supply of platinum is FLORIDA

o SERVICE CLUBS OPERATE OX: obtained. The platiniferous forma- ...
SUNDAYDevelopments : tions of the Ronda district are twen i 1:1I': A
We may no expect the following:
"Please, mum, and may I have a biscultl'r ty-eight times greater in area than
a survivor of the Battle of in I'ensacola Satur- those in Russia.ORLANDO I FOR SALE!
day and Sunday seemed to indicate .
the Marne.
that the Davis package law, FU|>;P<' l',1| BURGLARS!
u J) IS FAST PROVING i My: residence, l'ornerJ"rth Orange C second f! the saloon out
to be designed i to put .
The Orlando Board of Trade is a I 'I and Kobinxon nn'IIlI"ll1hllllll1! Orange avenue. Ground; 1t1n. '' 'n'l
powerful organization, not a (lol'iall of business, has nidi-d the latter to ITS NAM Library. Reception: Room: I'm. Sewing nrrniig"d I, and rnyed| l b) mule
for the discussion of trivial mime extent: for the saloon has Ixcnreplaced I I IWilY Room{ 11111 hilt Room: Kitrlirn. ground pyntrtn,
group! tin service l'lulot least Beautiful"There Pantry, things. Us influence should rightfully by "City I SHOULD) YOU "nil IllM\ n'H"'Hh 1'lIlh11..1) n sleephousr" ""'. Will nell fu rntsbrd .11> un
rule Central and Inland Florida. no fur nn "l't'lntlrlnk"/ Is concerned,, Ing npnrtmeiit with rl"<\en window\ furhlhed.
and I Ilivue clubs, after pitying' ,/ a II have been I over 10 ml1r\ of WOIUt\1 &11111 i ne'Tn closets iiiul MoHtge room on it 7 tin.
v reface, operate till night MM well its l.rlrk streets put down within the : Let a Ituruliiry '

A innn who liven In u nrarlty town, '.Sunday.Several, rlty limit In the t post year, bonifiedon (JKORIA; : ( \Sl'' \I.I'I'0.. CHARLES P. DOWFERTILIZER
whit dilvv*. hU own car Mini IIHN n mi
l'vrlllulIlllllrv of duiKciilulily ulHtulliliii lit Primurolu have oprhH catch .lil<* by concrete Mv walks, I Protect You NIght and! D.i.v I
| up fur liiiftlneNN In places. formerlyiu which will be completed this winter
nlwuyH KVfttli'ulutert& with both Tht latter Imvtt I II
, hands Mlit>ii mwlinir un lu'iiUMiiilunw.He moved to other. IJIlnt( nearby iiiul sus.tourers ulihfwttlk rind IItr&'h. and! It tiikenall In Case of Loss
cuiiilUliite! fur thu
U u potential give In their order and they three to make a beautiful city I

lio"pitul or the cemetery.ONK I Mil) filled by being sent to the restaurant If 1J.'uot\ sidewalk has not been PROMPT, SERVICE AND

o or service club. These drink are put down in front of your place you SETTLEMENT GUARANTEED;
KKASONVHV TUB: nerved all night and! Sunday. It \ili are not doing your part to make the
('OUSTxlmus: NEW JAIL understood that under the ruling of
A striking example of why Orange county officials> this is no violation of city I Have Been Investigating and

county needs a new and modern jail the state laws. No steps have been Adjusting Hurglary, Claims Fresh shipment PULVERIZED SHEEP MANURE,

was demonstrated Wednesday morn taken by the city.-Pensacola Jour- Call the Since 1896
ing when one Richard Cranther, a nal. just in. Best for Ferns, Lawns, Flowers and Gardens.Get .
prisoner held on a charge of grand GEO. A. IIUTCIIINSON yours now.

larceny, and woh in resisting an offi WOMEN: IX TilE NEWS: Gen. Agent

cer was wounded, was confined to a Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 15.Miss and get figures on all classes of concrete Rooms .1-6 Phone 700 f.tOrlando

local hospital where medical atten- Elizabeth Tucker, of Chickasha, Okla., work. Watkins Block

tion could be given him. was a recent visitor to this city, to I
While confined to the hospital, sign up her brother for a prize fight Phone ,193; 401 Long St. t Seed & Produce Co.

Cranther's companions in the same I She is the only woman fight manager
ward or by outside means succeeded in this country. Lonnie Tucker is her : 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166

.. in cutting the chains which bound him twin brother and he is rapidly gaining AA.B.COOK&COMPANY.-\\

and made an escape. a reputation in the prize ring. She (
Modern jails have hospital wardsor understands the methods of the prize
cells where a wounded or sick pris- the of all the.
ring and knows ability 1 BUILDING : ORLANDO 'V :
oner may receive the same attention fihters. She sees to it that her twin CHRIST

that they would receive in private I brother gets none the worst of the ar-

hospitals afar from the restraining rangements. The girl is of Cherokee : AS AGENTS, we invest money safely for our t

influences of iron bars and thick I'extraction and holds a Western record their real and personal
; manage
walls. for seventy miles per hour on the.1 Meat Market Inc.FULLY
Should Cranther, who is a desperate I motorcycle. I property; look after their taxes and other obligations i Yancey .

character, decide to avenge him. + collecting rentals, interest and dividends. PAID UP
pelf the Haines City officer who
Toronto, Ont., Nov. 15.-The wo T. A. YANCEY, Jr., Pres and Mgr.
ehot him Saturday and kill this offi- and Bonds
men's board of the Western hospitalwill INCOME INVESTMENTS, Mortgages
cer of the law, would this not be sufficient ORLANDO FLORIDA
erect a nurses' home as a memo-
reason why Orange county rial to Edith Cavell, the heroic nurse Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
should have a new jail with facilities
the Germans in Brussels.The
executed by
for taking care of desperadoes who Toronto Women's Patriotic : BUILDING MATERIALSAND Florida and Western Meats
are wounded or who require medical I
attention? League has Miss condemned a l\JacliI1an'speech CONSTRUCTIONWe Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
given by Chrystal I
As events have proved, Crantherwas
and censured a Canadian officer who Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
to certain extent and
"stalling" a
moved for a vote of thanks for Miss Business ((35 P. O. BOX 336
he was not sick enough to.be confinedto MacMHlan's speech.BE.UTIFlC.TIOX. I PHONES \ Residence ,33 Cor. Orange Avc. and Church St
a hospital. If he were not "stall- can save you time, money and worry on your
ing" and Sheriff Gordon had refused satisfied.
COMMITTEECENTRAL : building operations.
to allow his removal from the old,
worn out and decrepit bastile on Orange : FLORIDA

avenue to the hospital, and had HIGHWAY
his death resulted Gordon would have The 1CJet:
Mr. T. Ed. Bryan, president of the - -- -
been criticised. But with a modern --- -- --- -
jail equipped with a hospital cell no I Central Florida Highway Association.
prisoner no matter how shrewd,could has appointed the beautification com- OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
have escaped the hand of justice. II mittee of the association as follows: A Bargain Offer! FRESH AND SALT MEATS

This is only one reason why a new W. M. Glenn, Orlando, chairman; Lu-
jail would be an additional asset for I curgus Burns, Winter Haven; Gilbert We offer a lot 74.8 feet by 150 feet fronting east on I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.Everything .

Orange county. T. Leach, Leesburg, and B. L. Ham- Elam Street, just three lots off beautiful Lucerne Circle screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
with the and
The committee
- ner, Tampa. pure.
o where Elam street Arne rica street and Lucerne Circle
HEROISM.: exception of Mr. Leach held a brief I We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Not many stories of personal heroism session during the recent meeting of intersect. Lot faces East, is high and dry, level, has everything in the Meat Line.

are coming from the Europeanwar. the South Florida Chamber of Commerce oaks in front and is in the RIGHT location. PRICE $1500. I

Occasionally we read of aIVgoud in Orlando and decided to pre- We have $1000 to loan on good security. IT. lVC. Self & Co.:
sent several interesting matters and
or an "unknown private" or Gainesville PHONE NO. SO PINE STREET J
of what the man-with-both-legs-shot recommendations at the I

off, who is recuperating in the hospital meeting December 9. Orlando Real Estate Co. I ,

did. Even the officers are moreor I
less overwhelmed by the tremen- I GERMAN: BIRTH RATE SUFFERS E. B. BRADLEY

dousness of the conflict though the FROM WAR WATKINS BLOCK PHONE :301itlllMMIfllMIIIMMIIMMIIiniMIIMIMMMIM i

names of Joffre Kitchener, French Geneva Switzerland.-The war has iI[ If You Do Not Believe
Yon Hindenberg, Von Tirpitz, and greatly reduced the birth rate in Germany I .

Grand Duke Nicholas drift through according to data compiled by

occasionally in praise or condemnation. health officials in the large cities and I I
like locomotive and rides
that the Chalmers has power a
As a matter of fact the hero- made public in the Frankfurter Zei-

ism is of the quiet kind. Fighting. tung. The period under investigationwas I like a parlor car, just call for a demonstrat i at 14 E.
to the men in the trenches, is a duty for four months from last Aprilto PERSUADED
to be done, and they are going about July 31, as compared with the I Church street, or phone 223.

that duty with the quiet heroism of same time in 1914. We have been, to carry both a geed, low priced Scratch
the superhero not thinking, evidentlynor .
Feed and the best there is, and we can furnish them to
the world might K.ISERT CONSTANTINOPLE :
caring EXPECT
think of their particular work. But : you.: It may be too late to begin fattening that turkeyor I MOTOR CAR co.

this war heroism is no greater, if as Rome.-Travelers arriving from rooster for Thanksgiving, but Christmas is coming CUALMERS

great, as peace heroism. We are all Constantinople confirm the report and we carry the best cracked corn, wheat, etc., foundin I

born to arms--in the state of war that Emperor William is expected this or any town. Let us prove it to you. Fre V. D. Phillips Mgr
Life is a constant fight against our there. They say he will be accom- t eman ,
evil inclinations for reputation, foi Archduke Chas. Francis,
panied by 14 EAST CHURCH STREET. HONE 221
existence itsrff.' Truth of speech and the Austrian crown prince, and King i I
rectitude of behavior requires heroism Ferdinand of Bulgaria. Great prep- The Co-Operative Produce Co.

of the greatest kind. Fidelity tc arations are being made for a triumphal I
the dictates of our conscience puts u;!I reception. ] ; W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447 \

against an army of enemies.-What, I
A Sentinel Want AdI
ever you believe-fight for. Sue Read the Morning Sentinel for the Try

men are the heroes of peace. news. lOc a week delivered. MMIIIIMMMIMMiMIIMIIMIMMMMIMMIMMMM

h J.R; Sfra oIi A Timely Y 4 ,

/ t J 5=r **asaicj.* > And _______ J

Is to buy your Shoes now at buy your Shoes is at the

these wonderful low sale prices RemarkableTo Big Store's Big Shoe SaleSHOE



Of Women's Misses' and Childrens 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.

'tot No 1. Misses' and Children's I 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 Tun 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 bargains -
good for school wear, as they arc all in I tops, former values up to $0, to close Shoes that arc really worth
good leathers and styles. Former pri ( out at $3.15 a pair double what we ask for them In this
ccs up to$3,00,to be closed out rt sale $1.95 a pair
$1.00 a pair : -
.. Lot No. 5. Ladies' Patent, Tnn and
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o Lot No. 2. Miaftca' and Children's I Kid Shoes= Oxl'tmU! and Pumps Good! Owing to limited space
Shoes in Patent= Tun and Velvet,in I (dualities= and styles: Values up to $n,
Nbcal'nr the larger= school girls, This : in this,sale $2.85 a pair I we mention only a tew of
IN a wonderful lot and well worth I wonderful I bargains
$2,00$2,50 and$3,00 to he closed out at I many -
Lot No. 6. Ladies'Kid, Gun, Metal I, I -
$1.60 a pair
Tan and Patent Shoes, Oxfords and In the Shoe Department
Lot. No.3. Ladies' Patent Tan, Dull Pumps See this wonderful lot, as ;'' during this Great Sale I
values that
they are exceptional good
Kid and Gun Metal 1 Sh' This is a afford miss. Values -
cannot to
you thth
Th. are WI e
wonderful opportunity to purchase
to S 1.50. specially priced at :
regular $3.50, $.1.00, $4.50 and $5.00 '
$2.35 pair reach of all.
qualities in this sale at $2.50 a pair a I

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.


e Owing to the large business of the last year on

Shoes we have accumulated hundreds of pairs that we L,3

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

your gain. You can furnish the family for I less than '

half the money you ever did before.



The Yowell-Duckworth Co.



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The funeral ofIrs.. Emerella I

Campbell was held yesterday at 2
Winter Park News p. m., at her late residence, 603 West ti, t sti

Central avenue. The services were
conducted by Rev. Dr. Poulson, as-
sisted by Rev. J. B. Ley. A large

number of friends were present to
their last The following
pay respects.
Daily Budget 01 Items ConcerningThe gentlemen acted as pall bearers:

:Messrs. Chas. Phillips M. E. Weeks, It's' A Banquet of A Appetizing Bargains to Partake of Wfeh
Town And Rollins CollegeROLLINS '.N'. Larson, C. M. Tichenor, A. W.
Barlow, and S. A. Newell. The inter-

ment was in Evergreen cemetery, under Is to Whet One's' A Appetite For t the Dinner

Many of last year's graduates are extensive line of Christmas ore, funeral directors
pursuing their studies in the large goods has arrived and is being placedon Having cause to be thankful for a very satisfactory year, we give thanks in an easily-

Northern institutions, taking post sale by Vick's Millinery Parlors. DR. McKINNON AT TALL A- understood and generally appreciated way by providing through this: Thanksgiving: Sale
graduate courses The stock includes a wide range of HASSEE at very low prices, big lots of new Winter Good Wishing: to forget no one we

Miss Anne Bellows, A. U. of 1915, attractive articles for the "holiday( generously provide for everyone.. Truly it will be a merrier holiday if selections,: : for
Is Luck at Rollina this year ns instructor trade and is attracting considerable County Superintendent of Puhlin" person and home are first made from these assortments!

in English: Miss Icl1ows attention. Instruction J. F. McKinnon, of Orange YOUR FIRST THOUGHT: NEW: DRESS.: OU SUIT Fun THE: HOLIDAY
hits also studied in Columbia university. county, was in Tallahassee youtcrduy .

New York city. WAREHOUSE: ) : OVERLOADED: ) to see State Superintendent! ,
Doimld Mitchell Marvin, A. It. of W. N. Shouts on matters of businessin
Owing to the fact that one end of
the case of ID 16;, U taking u |pUlt. connection with the educational
F. W. Shepherd's warehouse near the
graduate course ut the University of of the state. Mr. McKinnonleft \ '
A. C. L, tracks was overloaded with system i' \
IVnngjlvunlu preparatory to rt-ceiv- for home last night.Tulluhusxce 4
cement, the sills and foundation tim r' \ .
log the master's dt'trree. I Democrat _____ ,
hers were so weakened! that the floor. )' \ I '' \
Miss Floiencellvtts, A. II., has matriculated :, '
hIlt has sunk, und now tents the '
upon \
/ L .1.. J.. ,
at OU-illn college, Ohio, '
ground.AIMING. Want anything Ask for It through '- 1 .'
and I. preparing for the miuter's dvKiw I{ ..\ : f "
Sentinel "Wants.
ut that well Known Institution. t liril.DINGS: ON COMsiodv !. \, ,: .:: .1.11: I i duI
Arthur I.. Slater-i who took !both jf ;
has lm'hc-lul' and I munlcr's detru-i-i :; 1 ) csr.ui: I,: MISS MAY IURDAWAYPUHLIC I I ' \- \,_ ", }, f.4 f.\\

ul HiiHins: is Vtoiking! for u doctomto Contractor Starr of IVrniow, i* 4 .. -. I I VI '. / I ... ,, ::t, I I
of philosophy, at llafMird.MU busily engaged painting the buildings STENOCKMMIKR. \ eII \

:Sum; \\'. Yunrey Is continuing on Ihw! CoiniiUuk estate, cm 101," her musical education ut the Yule W. C. r'mtock, owner of the :
school, l nf music coniK'tti'd with Yuluunlvfrmty. property, will arrive later I in UK seta ( \ ,Jf&ll rl t \
/ Huilding. I'hunt.JOG( / & ;
111.11'IIIIC" ')' dl.l some ron. \
luilliunt conceit uoik while studentat "
a \ ... ............#II
Pwik-Orlumlu bund' will "
Uollins and w bright ruiwr U predicted The Winter .11111'ork :Neatly and Arcuratfly (Done 7 I
for her future. give a concert In Winter Ptuk next l __
1 H. Henry Tordhum has entered the Sunday afternoon. The work of tho \
school of art and! sciences of Cornell organization is rapidly improving and! Room No 3, Schultz Hide. J)
j/ }
university und writes friends!: of his an especially attractive program has t\'j
Dr. C. W. Fain .
splendid! progress there. been arranged! for Sunday afternoon.

Ralph Jacobean, one of last year's
graduates, is studying at the schoolof Miss Vanetta Hall arrived Saturdayfrom DENTIST Nothing more opportune! We have just received the second shipment of exquisite new I
optometry of Columbia university, Oberlin, Ohio, to take up workin Office Hours: 8 to 12. 2 to 5. Dresses that our contract calls for. We cannot describe them. We cannot find words to

New York city. the musical department. WINTER PARK, FLA. express their beauty. We are more than astonished at their lowness of price

Fayette Froemke is at the University - -- --- --
- --- -- -----
---- - --- ---
-- --- -- -- -
of Michigan this year. Linens. For Thanksgiving and After

Bolton Francis Mallory has entered
the University of Illinois for the com- Dr. Henry G. HanchettPianist

ing year.
. Bertram Walker, a last year's grad- and Teacher l
I r tJ t(
uate of the academy, is taking up
studies in the Carnegie School of
Adelphi, National Park and Brenau Colleges.
Technology this year. Sometime Metropolitan and Beethoven Conservatories.
Paul Thoren is at the Universityof Director Monteagle and Florida Chautauquas.Choral .
Chicago and making fine progress.Y. and Orchestral Societies.
Organist of Two Fifth Avenue (N.Y.) Churches.
M. C. A. ORCHESTRA IMPROVING About 300 in New York City. Also before Columbia,
Recitals Cornell, Pennsylvania, Peabody, Vassar, Smith, and
and other Universities, Colleges, Assemblies and Clubs
The Y. M. C. A. orchestra, at its Lectures in all parts of the country.
second appearance Tuesday night,
showed a great improvement over its New Music Studio ready Dec. 1st at 107 America Street.
Temporary ,Address 511 Anderson St. ..
initial performance one week ago.

During the week just past one new These fresh and snowy table linens will add materially to the enjoyment of the Thanks

member, Dwight Taylor, has been giving feast. They are exceptional qualities, in a very handsome range of beautiful
added to the personnel of the organization designs, some of the dainty effects being reproductions of quaint old colonial patterns
which now includes the following AT LUCERNE THEATRE which are so much in demand at the present time. They are priced as linens used to
well known and popular stu- be priced before the supply ran short and prices went upwards.

dents: James I. Xoxon, pianist; Leon Matinee and Night Sat. Nov. 20ONE 72 inch Table Damask, Special Trice______ --_________________ ___ ___ 59c
Lewis drums; Ray Martin, cornet; Hemmed Napkins, dozen___________________________________ IIIIII"____"___ $1.25
Robt. Hutchinson, oboe; R. W. Greene, 70 inch Half Bleached Irish Table Linen, Special price________I__I______ ___ __79c

I). W. Ballard, and DeWitt Taylor, Naps to match, dozen_______________________________________________I___I_ $1.50
violins. 72 inch "Humidor" Linen (Our Extra Special, Pure Linen Damask, worth $1.5QSI.15

Big variety of designs-Napkins to match, dozen______________________________ $3.75
BIRTHDAY PARTYA Our Collection of Hand Embroidered Maderia Linen, in Tea Sets, Center Pieces, Scarfs,
number of the friends of the Squares, Runners, Napkins, Handkercheifs Bags etc., etc.. SPECIALLY I'RICED.pPPkil .
Misses; Ruth Barze and Ava Taylor
assembled last evening at the Barze WE WANT YOU TO SEE TillS

home to enjoy a party which was PRICES :

given in celebration of the birthdaysof SOLID 'it MATINEE A SMART _
the attractive hostesses. Gamesof t- '
YEAR 23c V
different kinds served to pass the cre
for several
time most pleasantly .
hours. NEWiORK $1.00 OF ... .
pURSE! b (:;J7.\fr _
NIGHT So : .
S )
members of the Winter Park THREE 2Jc e. HIGH re: --6.-> f'V .1:. .

board of trade will hold a meeting today HILARIOUS s S TO .: CLASS Pattern f:..,. f-_5"1._ ;. 4/101 F
and a full attendance is desired. ACTS AT $1)0 : aY And I IW ,rs..... of" ..

; Trimmed '
I). W. Foley, who owns an attractive -
grove in the Lake Howell[ section, A MINUTE 1VElNLSD.IY Up to Our $1.00 quality its all colors, including -
has arrived from New York for the A NEW % +.t / :SfCi"for!\ :) Black Thanksgiving; Sale
f '
winter. Mr. Foley has married since AT ; i ; I Price------------------------ iflc
his lot visit to Winter Park and is YORK 'stl"1ot : ga.n0:) 40 I INCH' "sILK' HUM! POPLIN

receiving the congratulations of his 'U"'I''I'CAST r t r I ItIiC(1S ,,.)- t .\ beautiful jualily Ih nil the New
( ' .
friends. 1 t e'IOIII'1'Ittllt'l \ \ ) 1'dll colom, (Our regular 11.2ft:
/ IION: a 1 j 'Ihankseitiok. Nate Itll'l=__-- \Ice
the liulUtlng/ lItt tine< Viewer estate
alp all '1-eing Uertled to tt rottt offipsti
1 III Yw-iN Outing& l-'lMiiiu-l' fur 85e' 10 YwiU' U"I.h'utl""II'III't l l Iliitil'l'trlchutf,
|*rtlti this seek 11.: Ii. lltetter, ======== &
\\\\\\v\\ of the i m|.eily, U exiwtal\ III All ('.'l tiin=lmilutlin&! \\'hl111111\ Craim\ ),
(Hum$ frost I'otiillrtinl, New, Yt'iK'' in s-1 t w.ww.rr. Stl'Il'es| tUlil\ (Clw\J\; for, t fI).'e. \\nrth 1'J 1 1 l-.t':! J yimlMU.VS

the'' > Naar ftllNl@\ \ -
ri'UMSlllMiS' ( ( (illOCKKY)( DKl'AUTMKNT)
..Jrlfirltu'H"! ,"I"U amt stater. :Hiss" I
Thy new "i.or" Sweater N: a Corker. tSuggphtion for ThiinkHBhlnK
Ii.dty\ Ii4>*> rented' | the Palmer' bwu-
MM1ii'tFH'tM+. . .t.'t. .. .. . .. 3 .styles! In i ne-with, without and with u
t?, low pn |,a ke (Oai ol4 for the coming Plum Pudding, Richelieu Nut Cake
Collar all Colors AU Wool All
: -
winter, and Mill arn\u ooon from Roll I lb. pkt. "Stones" fruit cake for__30e
Kentucky. Price $5.00 All other "Stones" cakes each______lOc
Do It Now
Mrs. C. U. Enlow and Miss Mattie I NEW GLOVES English Walnut Meats, Pecan meats,
May Harris have returned from San- For Street and Full Dress Black Walnut Meats, Almond- eats-
ford where they attended the South Buy a "BUICK" or a "FORD"Car To be "au fait" one should wea rthe New New Nuts of all kinds, NEW FIGS and
Florida Conference of Congregational Silk in White and Pearl Gray-Special DATES, Raisins, Currents, Citron,
Churches. price 150 pair. Orange and Lemon Peels, CrystalizedFor
Other Occasions, prices $1.50 to $2.50; Cherries and Ginger, Champanale.
C. P. Hall returned Wednesday -
Captain from Massachusetts and is and be satisfied Call and See Our Delicatessen Department-It Is Something New in Orlando.OicksonIves .

comfortably located for the winter at

the Ingram House.

Robert Hager has returned to Winter H; Winter Park Auto Co. Co
Park for the winter and is stop-

ping at the Peschman cottage.

Mayor and Mrs. W. C. Temple mo- "
tored over to Eustis yesterday and uOrla do's Favorite Shopping Place. Orlando, Fla.

spent several hours. .'l MI M11 > I M 11 It > M 11 i i M M I 11 i 11111 M 11 .11111111

i : I

_ __ _ _ -_ _ _

-DIAMOND: FROM THE SKY" I I :: _:: iOi 1:1 JiI

I I (@rat n: Snrir ty first At reels the Favorite of the theatre serial "The today Diamond the-j I Ir "Get It At Allen's" U

From the Sky'," will be shown.

The play is a fine one and a large ua-
SOCIETY CALENDAR: SOCIETY NOTES OF INTERESTThe I dience is expected to witness the pro-

Friday. November 19. U. D. C. dinner at the Astor duction. SERVI CE E 554
Fortnightly Literary Society, Cathedral cafe was well attended last evening.A .
school. bountiful repast was served for the ADDITIONAL LOCALS s1
Saturday November 20. small fee and the proceeds will go
Nulloi Cl ub. Mrs. De\\itt Miller,
hos towards the old soldiers' home. Thisis The many friends of Mrs John F.
f a worthy institution and the dona- Empie who was operated upon a few lrO
MOORE-LOCKIIAKT tion which the U. D. C. will give will days since McEwan's sanitarium InDRUGS

A quiet wedding occurred yesterday be appreciated.The will be pleased to learn that she stood
afternoon at 4 o'clock when Miss + the ordeal nicely and is daily improv-
Bertha Lockhart daughter of Mr. Fortnightly Club was enter- ing. -'" '

and Mrs. Dave Lockhart, was unitedin tained yesterday afternoon by Mrs 0III
marriage at the home of her par- Hal BeardalL There were two tablesof Mr. R. L. Lambert a former pop- SHE WILL GIVE REAL THANKS

ents on East Livingston avenue to players.: Delicious refreshmentswere ular resident of Orlando but now one for one of our bracelet watches Lavallieres, rings or other arti-
Mr. Egbert C. Moore Rev J. B. Ley, served. A guest of the afternoonwas of the leading and successful busi- cles of jewelry. For the gift will express both generosity and good
pastor of the Methodist church, per- Mrs. J. II. Reese's mother Mrs. ness men of Leesburg spent yesterday taste. Our jewelry is mounted with special attention to good form
and with a strict regard for qualitv. We shall be happy to showit
forming the ceremony. The couplewas Brossier. in the city mingling with former to you.v .
unattended and no one was pres- + business associates and greeting
ent except the members of the Lock- Mrs. W. R.IIarney who has been friends.

hart family. The house interior was 'spending several days in Orlando visiting SODAS ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS n
prettily decorated in roses. Follow- her sister Mrs. A. R. Bogue Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Shockley, of [
ing the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Moore i returned yesterday afternoon to her Philadelphia Pa., have arrived in IJb ZZZZ3 EzmrzzzzxoEn WI zzzzz cI:

departed in an automobile for an unknown I home in Jacksonville.Members Orlando for an indefinite sojourn be-
destination and after a short + fore visiting other points in South

honeymoon will return to Orlando to I of the Presbyterian choir Florida. While in the city they are KODAKS DO YOU THVNSGIVIXG
make their home. are requested to meet promptly at making their home at the San Juan BRIGHTENING UP

Mrs Moore, who is known to seven o'clock this evening on accountof hotel. 1 /
scores of friends as "Dollj," is an Or- the reception which begins at / with out paints. Then you'll be sure
lando young lady. She has a sweet eight. Mr. T. P. Grant and "Grandma" -- of making a good job of it, one that
will do credit and that will
personality and is a charming woman. + Galey and nurse Miss Hershey, were At you one
Mr Moore is manager of the Postal The Rosalind Club was the scene among the prominent winter residents lat for years. Tell us your plans

Telegraph company's office in Orlando yesterday afternoon of a pretty reaching Orlando last evening over and we'll supply just the right paints,
this for Miss Hattie Hudson from ';;.. etc, with which to do the work.
and has been in capacity bridge party. the Atlantic Coast Line coming

five years, coming here from Charlotte 1 I was chairman of the committee. Charleroi, Pa., where they spent the JfPharID8CY s --- -- ----

N. C. He has many friends + summer. This is their fifteenth suc- / ff1 Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Cc
among the business men and is a Miss Ada Bumby, scretary of the cessive winter in this city, and
sterling man of ability. The Sentinel I Rosalind Club announces that the "Grandma" Galcy who will reach her 205 S. Orange Avenue

unites with many other friends in extending club will be closed Thanksgiving af- ninety-fourth milestone in life's jour- Phone 261.
congratulations to the happy ternoon. ney on the 15th of December, always
pair. + looks forward to her return to Or-

+ The Here and There Club was entertained lando as eagerly as the writer did PHONE: 20 'f
KIL KARE KLUD yesterday afternoon by Mrs. when a youngster longing for the return -

Mrs. E. C. Bence was the charm Gillette, on East Amelia avenue. of the yuletide season. They
ing hostess yesterday to the mem- + have many friends here all of whomare
bers of the Kil Kare Klub at her The Kil Kare Klub was entertained pleased to see them again occupying -
home 406 East Pine street. The yesterday afternoon by Mrs. E. C. their hospitable home 412 South

house was beautifully decorated in Bence. :Main street. DIRECTORAND

pink roses and vines. After a guess EMBALMERAll \
ing contest which proved amusing an "BRINGING UP FATHER" MANAGER TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY

ice cream and cake course was served. HERE
WANTED-White woman cook for
Mrs F. N. Boardman Summerlin FavoriteTOD
small first class hotel. Answer at
Place will entertain the club December I Mr. J. C. Cafford business managerof once. P. O. Box 298. 11-19-6t* calls answered Promptly Dayor
2. the musical comedy, "Bringing Up
+ Father" spent yesterday in Orlando FOR SALE-Fresh milk cow nice Night. Hand Block.
Paths. I
and gentle giving 3 gallons per "Tangled A so-
Miss Rita Lawton and Mrs. J. B. with Manager Beacham of
arranging day. Can be seen at W. R. O'Neal ciety drama in two parts.
Lawton, Jr., will entertain at bridge the Grand Amusement company for place on Kuhl avenue or drop card to American. "The Diamond From
1v "gsday, the lath complimenting I the appearance of this excellent attraction Esther Roberts Orlando, Fla. the Sky."" First episode, "A Heritageof Orlando, Florida.
I Hate, in three parts featuring
th %lister, Mrs. J. Cestia Lawton, a i at the Lucerne theatre, on 11-19-31 Lottie I'ickford and Irving Cummings. I I
bride of a week. I Wednesday, November 24th. FOR SALE-23 acres, northeast. Five reels in all. ,
This land will make the prettiest At night, adults 10c., children Lc.
subdivision in the country. Has good l\Iatinee-FHEI- TO ALL.
road on two sides, covered with big
oaks. Has electric wires running I'
OR QUICK SALL-Lot in northeast -
through propertv A bargain for a HMIItillilllMIIIIMMIMMIililtlMMIMM
!part of city. For sale at sac-
quick sale Address Box 059; rifice if buyer will build. This lot
11-19 CtcrAHNAr.E
has nil city conveniences Address'
'Ilox ,;.f.!'l. 11-ly-otc
-l"arty Jersey \\nkcfleld, (hmles : HANK A. CU1t'rlVILLIAM It. O'NEAL ;
ton \\nkrfield." I Diunihpnd). and l Hue
1'11111011 luhhuJtt' Bur Boston triune
Itriimnlu onion |plnnts. I'.h'e".n. nil
nlnjve (limits: tfor, ( 7.V? |'iuMutM'| : SKATING RINKt'l'l'
I'V express| i $1.Hii per l.noo I'In.' '
|11111.|| ': HhtfN, 1'11110111'111111 ('0., -
IIilnudo. I Flit. U;III\ ;:III.

lliMir| | of the oiulillun of
'I'Mi': OKI.AMM) IIVSK \ '1'11'1'! 1'ild.i" ). .\fh''ntlundHH.1. :;
Chlltlitn Se"", lon, d'lrN ,'<'.
\t I Urlit,"Iu. in the I"'ith'' of I 1'lorldn.
ill' |the| ('Ion? of liUkllUBi" llovs 1lle(
:Nov. 10. 1'UV!
Lad\ attendant to look after the Insurance Loans Real Estate
on real estate _____$ 5,057,87 Children
Loans on collateral security Rentals
other than real estate 130,21373
All other loans and discounts -
_uuuuu__ 224,3 10,SO EUHOPKABLOCK PARTY
Overdrafts ____ 34794
rridaNight, November 19th.
United States bonds _uu 5,2 "33
Stocks of corporations__ 19,43000
Hanking house furnitureand
fixtures ______ 40,32083 ROLLER POLO
Other real estate ___u___ 2,21807
Demountable Claims and other resources C01.65 Tuesday Night, No23rd..
Due from incorporated ESTABLISHED ISM
hanks ________________ 61208.58 A good game and you will like it
Checks and exchanges for
clearing 4,868.62
Other cash items ________ 11,4.3.531
Cash on hand 19,287.07Total THANKSGIVING

Capital stock paid in _____$10000000
Surplus fund ___Uuun 35000.00 November 26
Undivided profits (less expenses -
and taxes paid)_ :2,<*.67.83 RUBE CARNIVALGRAND
Complete set Individual deposits subject
to check n________--__ 220S and Time certificates of deposit 76 3:?0.Of
rim. All
one extra Certified} checks: unn__ :,931.90
Cashier's checks outstanding __

complete and put on for j Due to _incorporated_uuuu banks__! 2097.26 jt.fi:: :

Savings deposits _Uuu 131,5J1

Total h_.___u__uuJS1,1'.7.J0: ; TODAYPARAMOCNT E/
State of rloridi.
County of Orange--s'. 1'I,i
$ /
$20TIVUPHILLIPS I. II. I.: Ilj-omin. president of thenl'ove ; PROGRAM;
named 'bank do solemnly swear
hit( the nltO.tntl'm"nt l Is true to
the ht'llt of mv knowledge and belief.
11. !.. BKKMAN: : ]President. )1)ANlElFROIIMAN I !
Corrwt-Attest! :
I I. II. HINT. Presents: 1916
i T. II. KV\N: $.
1. S NS I Directors. $950.00,1\: U. Orlando
ii 1 & Subscribed and sworn to h.oreme In a Fanciful Romance
this IMh day of Xonmher.> 191rM .
I. D I.EE, Notary Iubllc "THE WHITE PEARL"
210 S. Orange Ave. Produced by Are Here. Let us show you


SURGEONDr. H>' Edith Barnard Delano This Wonderful Car

How ell, osteopath! physicianand
surgeon, announces that he has

where returned he took from post Harvard graduate University work in FAMOUS PLAYERS PALMS AUTO CO.

eve, ear nose and throat diseases.
Also physical
diagnosis (nerves
heart lungs, kidneys and other viscera PARAMOUNT PROGRAMLOc

gious),diseases.and electrotherapy Office Cheney and conta-building N. Orange Ave. Phone 400

opposite San Juan hoteL Tele-
phone: Office 617; residence 1018. 20c



CARDS ADDITIONAL LOCALSMr. KING GEORGE'S SECOND SON the common stock in addition to the I
I HAS GASTRIC DISORDER regular quarterly dividend of 1 1-2
ROBINSON & BEARDALLATTORNEYATLAW E. C. Carpenter, representing per cent. payable December 10. I The Proper Christmas CardIs
Sgobel & Day, fruit distributors, of London.-Prince Albert second son
I New York has arrived in Orlando 'of King George has an obstinate gastric -
and expects to remain in this section disorder and will have to stay in $:iO REWARD i engraved to order for your personal use. We have a beautiful
No. 4 West Pine Sreet I for some time. London a few weeks for special treat-
reward for informa-
I will give $50
I 1 Iment, Prince Albert, who will be tion leading to the arrest of Richard line of samples and have taken several orders during the past
Phone 161 Mr. C. R. Carter returned to Or- twenty years old next month and is Cranther, who escaped Wednesday I
I lando yesterday afternoon from Tam- ''a midshipman in the British navy, morning' from an Orlando hospital. .week.
where he embarked on his pleasure FRANK GORDON
attack of in Au-
had an appendicitis 11-18-tfc Sheriff Orange County.
DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW yacht for a ten days cruise in .gust 1914. After an operation he It is a pleasure to show you these beautiful samples e-en if
southern waters. lie reports a most
I rejoined his ship last February. -- -- i .v
enjoyable trip.
you do not order.
Rev. Dr. F. F. Henton arrived in CANDY PARLOR
I Orlando last evening from Jacksonville i:

Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8,- and will assist Rev. E. T. Poul- ::\ Willie Drennen- Aldredge will Delicious Candies. Cakes, Sandwiches W. S. BRANCH,
Davis & McNeill Block son, pastor of the Baptist church in etc.
at the Lucerne theatre Saturday
the series of meetings which he is lsing Orders taken for parties.
now conducting.Mr. evening f November 27. The mere announcement Located in rear of Branch's BookStore
I of her engagement at Arcade Entrance THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
George W. Lamoreux, managerof (:this popular play house is sufficientas
Victor Starbuck the Fidelity and Deposit company, she will be greeted by many ad-
Phone 5 for
Maryland:: who has been spending mirers.
A ITURNEY-AT-LAW ;i several days in Orlando a guest at FISH AND OYSTERS
Phone 161 I the San Juan hotel left yesterday to POWDER COMPXNV DECLARES Fresh Every Day The Eola Packing Company
visit points in South Florida. ORLANDO. FLORID
No. 6 W. Pine St. Orland. Fla TilE UALDKCKElf FISH ('0.
Among the prominent winter visitors Now York. Nov. 17,-The \tlas 206 Boone Street SpecialtiesCustom
i I to the city are :Mr. and Mr.s. H.V. Powder company today declared an
\ Bartlett and :Miss: C. L. H.JFS; of extra dividend of 1-2 per cent on Custom PackersShippers Equipment
Boston. arrived at
They yesterday

spend the San several Juan days hotel while where looking they over will :! LUCERNE T Tampa S Growers'and I'uyers Agents Cash f.o.b.Personal Selling Attention
R. RAY Orlando with the view of remaininghere Growers; Shippers and Iluyers invited to inspect the plant and arrange -
throughout the ceason.AMERICAN for harvesting and! packing their crops.!
ATTORNEY-AT LAW I ONE) I NKJ1ITWEDNESDAY fruit Packed and shipped as! directed by the owner of the cntuU.PU'KIMJ .

Room .11 : HOSPITAL) IN HI'SSIA I.ISI.lUau I I : SON.() 21 i IIOt'SK I Corner Concotdv.. and A. C. L. Track' .
: : ) \V. II. Hl'LK.; 'Jtr.' .1. S. I'.UiI.1't: Mgr C. A, fOrlllt.\S.
Walkn-! "". Block( .. Orlando, Ma. - I I I The' Musical, t'onu'dw, Sennit inn", Atlantic Coast Line I'll dd n Jt IIUtl"l' 1'otcnuln.

IVtrnertnl.' 'I 11t' AtnpHrnn "lmi"'|>llalfnrmnllf '
wn+ opetiptl' l (itiliiy tilth\ BRINGING: FATHER[ Patronage Respectfully Solicited

tat teil gunners|" In the |rfnttit N'-I Standard Hnllhnul of the South ........
Worthln ton DlacknmnATTUHNtiY'A'MiAW 1 Id run llii" +hh, fulltn-f' Ito( *alnti! | Hhil'iM' Itellautttttnlyd,,' NiltrHh.llllh JI'I.tll
111111111' lit thf, t'hllt'il' Rlntpd!, null Ciniiil+t tN
j ,+P111A. "I'ltjr "'"\\thrllltt"" Ntttt' 'nll, n '
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1'\111111\ & fat f='IIatly I' ,\ ( IN'I'' lll\; ill
I'ltotte'" ill!I' ""I', hlnlr. AlllKlcHll. ,, HlllliHlil'lh' I1 IV. Ar.J.n .
\\111'' I I. ilMlllHll llf 'lltH I IIIIi'I'' |llnl!, ill ; IJ.MIIIIIVI'I.VIH. I ADIOMiHIIIIMIHllil.MtV) I b:
IttHlIU HI hilt) H YM\YP.t'k\\ || )!!(' I, ( | | |II i lit; 'Ittimiti' ' '1111t;' I+; 4 inM ;
Install" ..| | fil'fll 'I \\-It *KiMiPHi+ r P ., |'I i : ''I I '''v iii! !} I't: itiID: '
Firth IlnllllllllhPhnna pln+Inlad., In (Iltta ,HiMlHucPn! in) tJllvll"It, !.. 11 II. idMI: ,+IjtWlrtiiii. ili of +II t: I' :} (WM 1 |
flitli Ilittn. ...il HIP AmpiiPrtiu. 'fop thalrIlft ns; p. nl-) K l| "|WIIM* I;iI'' II: lib I'IIIII'JHT1IMMm' :; '
,. ) WOIIKM,\N'13 (COMl'HN3ATI; N
,, aJ I rl ;I. |p HIlihittlH' I lid';: II: innM'
\ 73 :! llf" iha( hospital|,| \ r 1 its: |"III i tfttiirmil, .. U-H;! l l 1'', m 'I''I'I.
TI.t. hn. "|'tiMI woo nitff nipil in HP |" mI'ihd.,..a |itt:ll |V in-
= titter' IfiH, with twenty l halo It 1.3u' p' nAr- JiHVIII I lvJIMS$;) ft' m-

Paul V. Hutching !JAW has fatty lifiN' INring) UIP first\ will consist pf t'ulhnanliroitar I'
)'kir the hospital J had| ..n income of OltsciVftlU'ii; Parlor Cars, A. C Georgia Casualty CompanyGEO
Attorney And Counsellor at taw 30,000 rul'les' ($15,000))), entirely from | Kite litidining; Chan Cars, 'tun-I
lianl' 1'estihuled'caches 1 | | / aiu| (
American sources. There were treated liiiiatmn Coach anti) liaggage Cats
Pa\is & McNeil JJldg in the hospital 11i9< '\vouniled. From 'I n_ 3 I A, HUTCHINSON, General Agent,
the United States were received !OO- ,
000 pieces of medical supplies. Local For Information Call on I Orlando, Florida

Dr. F. F. Thompson ments American for soldiers women and sewed their 3,000 families gar- i W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. Room 1 and 6 Watkins Block Phone 70011\
W. R o'NEALC.P.&T.A.
Every soldier was equipped with com- The Biggest Laughing Hit on
DentistFormerly forts before he returned to the front. Orlando
I Record-Pretty Girls-

of New York 5.000 SEW SAVINGS HANKS AT Catchy Music .1"1,1.,1..1".1 . "
115 SOUTH ORANGE I PRICES 25c to $1.50

Over Curtis & O'Neal's ment is opening.-The 5,000 Russian new govern-savings I Seats on Sale Monday at Estes "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree j

banks in connection with postoffices. i Drug Store


DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST Unless Budded

Specials Friday and Saturday

l +, from Bearing
Phone 716

24 Ibs. PilNbury Flour. . . . . .90c 2 cans Fancy Table IVachet . ,3.:>c
Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth-
211h",. Gold; :Medal Flour..90c ."
3 pkjrx. Corn Slarch..2
c . trees of known
21 IBs. Self Rifling Flour..90c :3 Lost 'foa"t t'II. .. . . . . . . .2.:.c i
21 Hi. Sack Pantry Flour..9Uc(> (;Junta Jelly glass| lOc l.'c:' and .2;c ,

2 Turtle soup| . . . . .. .. . . .2.;c Cranberries 2 qtH. . . . . . . .:2.*>cK
:a can Corn. .. .. . .. .. .. .... . 2"ic and
barn . . . . . . . . . .2."cCotT : Quantity
:;: noap i.
3 runIVUH. . . . . . .. . .. . .2.:,c.t (-e. Ib. . . .. . .'. . . . . . .13c
: Ib. Kraut loc
ilu'irr. II).. . ::: :: :::::::::: :::3.c: I'al-a-Cake Flour pkg/ .. . . . . l..c:
.\111'| | l'> Sauce, (.Can 15c: and..20c<> Irish Polatm-M. .. I ; of Pro.duction.
; t ? Quality -

OR. L. H. RAMSDtUOPTOMCTKISI T. A. Mann, 15 East Pine St. ."--0.W.

AND DO ALL KINDS OF II II " . . . II II . . II II C . . . . . II ri+ii.Il .

o"ru R1r.pu.n I I Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW


and Sub-Iiwiding Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKIJA AHA

It i-. our t'l u> ii" to announce to our friends that we have NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class

PHMI( .\ ACITKAIK(E .. ,. ', tinHIM ncy for the American-French. I Perfume nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -

WOKK ; (Vs.: delightful :MANTA ROSA Toilet Articles"" which by planting trees in nurseries
as they are grown our began to call for, yes, DEMAND -
HAL A. IRISH I ; for QUALITY, BEAUTY; and lJI8TICTIOtnnd in a : trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been In existence -

Chit Engineer class. by them pelves.' five years, are clamoring "PEDIGKEKD"I I fur their strong suit In nursery production .

What would YOU do in their place, Mr. I'I"Mtt'r'tJ of course you would sell your
Manta Rosa Perfume
47 Walking Ills Orlando, Flu trees and I ndnpt the surest method, Hut you ace n 11U1'i ht; (, not n HELLEH, mid YOU AUKIntelesled

The Itottled I K.' '!' enoe of the foulI.kll''Il'tt!' Hiwe of le\\v) In the very best .result you can ttvi from, your gro\e, when you have s|1K>nt your

Morn, time mid money In brink) it Into liPiiMng,

F. A. PEPPERCORN TliPii do 'hut\ lIP 'tHi-land by dttlmt Intended' for' that\ potpies' aloha, but, buy your tree! where

mtti.mm. ) : .and l'ON'I'U\t'I'II: () Manta Rosa Toilet WaterIIi'IIglltrully yell HIP Itlllllllllllfll, flttfll let( them", ft'iiit, '") the OCKIiAWAIIANUKHtiltIKH)( \ : & the originator

.' 'of prupat'| | |'' | t pltH'tice" ill pi'oprttftttloii, for the tIIrfl111If111'IIIP, <' of) prmluelntf, the OHM (pink,
Willi 'U"PI t ,
Plion :.17 t"I"11 I t'I''I'huaa
"' I nondrt l+' Mrptla' in the marked' flr'telrtM fruit amt,,! plenty, of Its

Manta Rosa Face Powder Our tree: will coat t you more, may be, fifteen' to thirty rants more but Professor Flhan :l's

L. Percival Mutton work in Cttlifornift.\ d 1cmf trtttpil that an incrwtte of fiO per pent can t be obtained. our
Fit l-'nr I
it IlealbII' A'ny, over, the ordinary method of propagation, What then Is the fifteen to thirty ems, in
:37 Liberty $t., New York, NY you nrS n user: of toilet nrtlclas you have miu;rtt comparison? CATALOGUE FREE:='Write for It

ARCHITECT half th* joy of it if you hale never used! the=e khNllj.

Make it n point to come in today and see, and nmplt1;
McNeill'Davia DuUding, Orland'
Florida Say Manta Rosa and Get Quality. Ocklawaha NurseriesO.


Conner- Proprietor Tangerine, Florida.

& SALLAS i LUCERNE PHARMACY i I G. G. WRIGHT, Agent, Orlando, Florida i

208 Boone Street PHONE 2MMIIMI

Phone 597. . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. iillllMI'ROFESSIOXAL II 111111111111 11111 II I 1 I I II I II II II II II . II II II 1 II II . ......

--The- order assigning Judge F. A.i ITEMS FROM TAFT PINE Pine Castle CASTLE, Fla.RANDOM, Nov. 16.NOTES-Mr.: C. 1

. Whitney to the circuit of Judge Perkins -, The world'shost
of DeLand, and Judge Pcrkim Taft, Fla.. Nov. 17W. A. Levis: : ]?. Crittenden arrived home Tuesda! .
Western tour. :Mrittenden's
who has been spending the summer j rom an
the December tern
to this circuit for th..
revoked. Court'I in different places in the North, returned : trip took him through
has been
of court, .
December 6.- last week and is glad to get !dates of the South, the extreme West
convenes at Arcadia on 1 back to the land of perpetual summer I Ilnll l Northwest. In'Texas he saw

Arcadia News. anti sunshine.Geo. I some of the actual fighting;; in Cat .

K. Thomas and J. A. Simmi I'I'I:'ornia both the expositions, and in the cigarettetobaccoVirginia
S'orthwe, snow. That he l is glade to
business in Orlando
the Last 3 were transacting .
In "Friday. !> back in the balmy Southland the'* '

W. (I. Joles and wife, of Formosa Is no need to mention.! ,
Mr. and M rlt. U. It. (loudwill. tlf
Yearsthe \I 1..Ut't1 lth\ Mr. and Mrs. C. A.Tamp
htnbuln.. tlhlt< nrrhed here 1 hilt!*!!
tins, on Third street t'rltlat'olnhl !
,Injr evetiHig nnd hate oiHied| t theliottnge :
\tuttlkttq tithed pttmtidt\ huCatu lawn In Uielf auto, fuf the! ftlhlpr.I :

hlithtvnyfur fa'uUtUtlrtlltt Mr. 1 L hhtijfortiivtirt' has t,pelt M t2.; I'uuUott nh.1 tille -
'!a to IMVP ( I IK thd f'l!':
his NotlhcHi.titie
null thttlhn.tt \ .>phiiihrt the Bummef hi \ ilniiKMeF! Jiihtti\ VveFe \JIll\ l!!! ft\\
,. tll hlaPtatrnpe! I
NeW tirrwyi nHIVp.l i tiUnilrt\ )
Ih Ilttltttetl
ami MF j \\.
,hllhH t'I"I ht MF :
flUtH tIr other lltlUU'Yfmtlt ' fhp AllrthU\ t''ft'I.lh'' ftiF i* clga-
)\-t> \ M i, Miming (1'iwh fFttm (IfIAiNj" \ VIRGINIA gnve
\MhtHF\ in tunny I9ali.Ia. llh Trtflwwe lla'hk I
1 n thtiF, hartt1\ Mme+ :
nerved' with then i* nn filth! t avenue, \ to the
It IIM f hlf )'mwi!' IteDIie" 1 aaai ilit41 d 1 I h set Vs

enough\ wffw tii float' H battleship Very intending$ JI "f"r cal I of the fiMH singers ease I'r J best
t.fl1IJ. at $the chapel: lent l t t 4f+niar time clog in the program Af Friday' nigh world -- the cigarette

tnJl direction 'f the Wi (PT\ Upon- tt the WC3, TV. convention in Orantia. -
ii i earth
visa' rtmll.v what tobacco on
ijating of recitations, sonars, Ittwrt They received untiaimdetl, ujiilaute -
hraakfapt t than fwir nice hut t elks, etc. The attendance waS large and, a blue riMion.

fakes with maple syrup* iwl' "iml' enthusiastic. Some 25 or 3C( Mr. and Mrs. t'. W. Anderson and 1I r grows there. And into

trilling priceof "i iirneil' the pledge. Alma Manna spent Sun '
good' coffee at the > ister, Miss "only
15 cents? The following preamble and resolutions (lay with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stub'ins I Piedmonts goes

Our 25 cent meals ffnt15\ were passed unanimously by arising of Lake Holden. ;' %' %' the choicest mellowest
vote and Maste ;
: Miss Ruth Newman ,
the best to be
cent specials are
"Whereas, at the recent convention I saac Newman, children of Mr. and
had for the money. Oysters Want to know
of the Women's Christian Temperance Irs. J.V.. Newman, of Taft, wen Virginia.
fresh every day. Union, held in Orlando, some ladies baptized in the waters of Lake Con I
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT in attendance were arrested by way. Friday afternoon by Elder WL. I s'J!; ; why Piedmonts are the

officers from Marion county, for a Cameron of Largo. .
rivial and unintentional offense Miss llallie Hansel spent Saturda,;' I ''ti 'T'-; \ biggest-selling cigarette

which apparently was done unnecessarily at I; the home of her brother, R. J. Hanel .
The Model Cafe at this time in order to cast in Winter Park. \ in America Try them

humiliation on the parties arrestednd Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Evans, of Orlando 'I
-- a slur on the cause of temper. were guests Sunday of Mr. and 4 \ -today!
--- --- ance; therefore, Irs. John Wilson.

"Be it resolved, that we hereby ex- Mr. Jos. Johns is building an addition \ f asi
Add To Appearance l
press our full condemnation of the to his house. y9'y, '

I we lean express, dastardly our ,sympathy cowardly for act the; that ladies NOTES FROM WINDERMERE i\\\\\i\\\\\ \Ni ''4't. VALUABLE COUPON

the victims of the foul Fla., Nov. 16.-\lr8. \t.,
who were Windermere II
and value of your home by put PACKAGE
ttempt to humiliate them, and that Vm. G. Geier and Mrs. II. 11. Williams \ \

ting down good concrete side- I the perpetrators of the vile persecutione i Sr., spent last Wednesday in VI ") .

walks. held up with the scorn and derision Orlando shopping.Mr. p

Our workmen are mechanics which they so richly deserve by all E. E. Palmer went into Orland \ \

respectable, law abiding citizens; thats last Wednesday on business.
with experience and ability.All the affair will be published by the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wood, of Mich-

work guaranteed to be ress all over the United States we igan, have arrived in Windermere and

first-class and satisfactory.Call feel that it will be a dark blot on the will spend the winter with their relatives I
fair name of Florida, and that this Dr. and :Mrs.: A. 11. Stafford.Ir. .
and get our low figures on a ct only drives another nail in the :\ and Mrs. Louis Koehne of! ,

all classes of concrete work. coffin of the cause of those who advocate lotha, were guests of Mr. and ::\Irs.Wm. II I

the use of strong drink ruined G. Geier last Thursday.The I
and crime. of1 rs. Bernice '
omes, debauchery funeral services II'

ORLANDO CONCRETE We heartily endorse the foregoing Jones, .wife of Paul R. Jone. I' THE CIGARETTE
esolutions and have observed were conducted at their residence Friday -
through life that revengeful, spite at 11 o'clock a. m., the Rev. C.I.ee OF QUALITY:

Manufacturers of Concrete ctions, in any shape, usually react Smith moderator of the Wekiwa -

Products on the instigator with much more Baptist As'!ociation, officiating. 1
t injury from loss of confidence and The many friends of Mr. Clarence 10for54FORAGE
407 lofer! St. Phone 493; aspect from the public than to the E. Brigham will' regret to hear of his''I

rious illness, and removal to St
panics accuse:: : I
Mr. D. Proctor, from Pensacola, uke's hospital in Orlando on Tues-
Pansy Plants, has bought the store and stock of day. -- -- -
goods of W. G. Sphaler & Son, and
we think this time it is a sale. Mr. GROCERY CO. . 111111 . MMMMMMMMMMMMMMtMtM''.
PlantsLeave Proctor was formerly in business in .
Pensacola and comes to us well recommended -

orders here and we predict for him a A visit to our sorevill make you a

your fair move share his of family the trade., consisting He expectsto of a regular customer. VEGETABLES! VEGETABLES!! !

wife and two children, here in the

[Dell Florist.J. near future.S. .

.. Rizk is in town inspecting the
progress on his new building which Fresh every morning. Come and look them over or
J. U. CARUTHERS seems to move rather slow. Fine Florida Pork, per lb. 15c
3 200 and we will give our list.
Frances Nelson is expected phone or you
Phone 509. 408 South Lab 8t Miss Ib. lOc( to 18c
home this week from Toledo, Ohio, Florida Beef, per -
where summr.A. .she has been spending:: the Large Salt Mackerel 3 for 25c White Rose Goods '

CLINT BASSPHONE L. Wright and wife autoed to of lbs. Codfish for 25c
the guests 2
Orlando and were Just received another shipment of these famous
*75 friends there Sunday.C. 15c
lb. -
II. Nelson, dealer in real estate, Pork Sausage, per goods. Fresh Country Eggs, Tea and Coffee.
West Jefferson Street was in Orlando looking up business i

to -- - -
Successor Tuesday. -- -
at the Nelson House
Recent guests
Hand Wood CompanyWood were John Schwartz San Francisco;; Fill. our home atmosphere with exquisite lasting fragrance: : WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS I

Geo. Hyres and W. C. Harper, Orlando

of All Kinds I IPllO.1l1JT ; L. E. Overstreet, Chicago; L. ED. PINAUD'S LILACThe

SERMCKRKASOXARLE i Bradford, Cedarville, N. J.; M. T. great French perfume, winner of highest international ;

i Woodford, Salem Mass. !I: J. Wicks \ awards. Each drop as sweet and fragrant as the living Lilac Our Grocery Company
PRICE Stamford Conn.; T. P. Whipple Buf- blossom. A celebrated connoisseur said: "I don't see how
falo; and C. R. Clinton, Anamosa, Ia. I you can sell such a remarkable perfume for 75 cents a bottle"-and
I The L. A. S. will give an ice cream, I remember each bottle contains 6 oz.-it is wonderful value. Try it. I I I Two Phones: 3 and 200 ,
PINAUD'S LILAC for 10 unitsour It
dealer for ED.
Ask today
I ISlemons' cake and pie social in the McKnight i American your offices ztiVsend you a testing bottle. Write todiy.PARFUMERIE E. Pine Orlando Fla.ORLANDO \
and 8
evening. Come one,, : 6 ,
Millinery :block come\ all Saturday, both great and small, big I I ED. PINAID), Dept BI ED. PKAID) Bldg., New York : :

and little, old and young. That means :.

LADIES' HATS I evervbody.Officials of Help the along drainage a good commission cause.-i Wiiiii\ :J' ,, W HI ;":::'::\\Ii;;: H'J[', !::':::i:no-r':: ;:: ::;:!'L1;!':mr, HO'l!:i;_T .. n. i T 1 1 a a . "

CIIILDKEVS HATS with the surveyor, were out I a . . Beautiful Bust and Shoulders I
looking over the ground .. possible) if you will wear a scientifically constructed
ol are
We offer a choice selection Tuesday I !;,l
Ladies Velvet Hats at $2,00, $3.00,, preparatory to lettnig contracts for I i The Bicn dragging Jolie Brassiere.weight of an nnrnnfined bust.n stretches the I
digging the canals. It is hoped that I .r supporting muscles that the contour of the figure is.poiledLput
$1.00, $5.00, $6.00. before long, < the bust back where it be-
the dirt will begin to fly IODIl'Io present the full bust from
Childrens Hats $1.00. $1.50 and up which should have been done long i & : having the appearance of nab
bmess. eliminate i the danger ofBRASSIER
Our styles are so good-and our ago. k dnlnmlr muscles and confine the ROOFINGANL
prices are so reasonable that you will flesU of the shoulder giving a
find our store the best place in the WILL SPEND THE WINTER HERE I I They graceful are line the daintiest to the entire and upper most serviceablegarmentaimagi-body."cr
for millinery. ) all materials and styles) : Cross; Back Hook
city -; nable-come in "
g Bandeau etc. Boned with walohn the
Mr. R. J. Weightman and Mr. II. I i._ te rustless F runt LunmgpennlttlngwasluncwitboutremovaLI SHEET METAL CO
Siemens Millinery Dobson, of Rockford, IlL, arrived in r A .y Have your dealer show you Bien Brassieres,if show not stock: -
C. L. II I I + ed.we will gladly send turn,prepaid sample to you.
the city yesterday over the A. Newark. N. J.
StoreS. BENJAMIN &JOHSES, SI Warren Street.
Both these gentlemen are members os2 ,. .j Metal Slate Tile Tin, Asbestos,
of the firm of Hollenbeck Hardware I 1I I .. ." .03--" ,

of Rockford 111. } and Rubber RoofingsCornices
Hen Graves Weightman has been a winter \ lr'l YOUR SHOPPING"

Shampooing, manicuring, facial and to this city for several years I. r r DO oVN Skylights .Beating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
valuable -
deal of property
body massage! scalp. treatment! foi owns a great t rOn
falling hair given under modern here. This is Mr. Dobson's sec "
scientific principals. My treatmentfor ond winter here. While here last winter cG Hosiery Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
same! has hen entirely satisfactory Mr. Dobson was so much impressed I J ..,
results. My special facial mas
sane brings back, the youthful appear! with the city and its sur- Gives the BF-ST VALUE for Your Money

nee of jour former self, by developthe roundings that he purchased a large I liven Kind fnn CeUoa to SOL For Men, Wmei ui CkiUrw
muscles of the face. neck etc the Pine Castle road.
land I
> for snitches of the best quality tract of on the Any Color and Style From 25c to $5.00 per pair
b o Both gentlemen expect to spend AO Good Deafen;
location. Appointment can took for the Trade Mark! SOU Mr
Hours from 9 I here.Subscribe.
ohone 679. winter
tto6p.m' l Wholesale Lord & TalOT NEW YORK I Advertise in the Sentinelt
good *>LORSh for the morning Sentinel, -J
Building -
-ido. Florid L 10 cents a week delivered.




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entering Florida are
The open season for hunters in Orange
The New Lucerne one of the
handling large crowds each day now, pop-
although the season is just opening, ular winter hotels of Orlando, will county will begin Saturday. Up
and all lines report traffic heavier open for the season Sunday under the j to last evening the number of those
than last year. Orlando is getting management of Mr. and Mrs. R. wno had registered with County
its share of the traffic and both the Rowland.' They have been making Jud Martin: and secured the necessary -
A. C. L. and Seaboard Air Line railroads preparations for one of the most successful I licenses was one hundred and ForThanksgiving
I report business good. The truffle seasons in the history of this aeventy-three. Reports from various
is expected to increase each weeks well known hostelry. Many reserva- parts of the county are that quail are
until the lust of January. Reservations tions have already been made. The plentiful, and doubtless several more
for points in Florida have to be help, which left Boston, Mass., Tuesday recruits will join the ranks of the ThanksgivingONLY
,, made now a week in advance of the will arrive in Orlando Saturday hunters before the first day. l.
starting time to get Pullman berths. afternoon over the Coast Line.

AdvctrtiM in the Sentinel The want ad's the thing.
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--I Jacksonville of Senator, Fla-N"Throuph P. Bryan the the efforts A FEW DAYS ''TILt L THANKSGIVINGHave

I prices of gasoline in the state of Florida -
,. will he investigated by government -
thm experts, who arrived In the city
today. you ordered your Turkey? We
The party is composed of Federal

1 Trade ris and Commissioner T. A. Carroll William a government J. Har- have a select line of home stock this

"Sturdy as the Oak" oil and gas expert, and a legal exam-
iner who works with the trade com- year, but don't wait until the supplyis
mission in making its inquiries.The .
Fours, Sixes and Eights-Speeders, Roadsters and Touring Cars, investigation of the party is exhausted?
$795 to $1370; F. O. H. Factory.In nation wide in its scope and their
purpose is to verify the facts that discrimination -
the Oakland get with the added feeling that
you power you is
being made betweenthe
drive the best looking car on the road. The Oakland Northway different cities
by oil compa- PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW !
Motor speeds up to 2,500 revolutions] per minute but that i is only nies, and to make them treat all
half] the story of the wonderful responsive power of the Oakland alike.
Fours, Sixes and Eights. The motor is the most powerful] made. Declaring that Jacksonville
was one
With its small]] bore long stroke and large valves, speed of revolutions of the largest distributing points in We'have any size you want, and the
means a continuous flow of power. It means not only smooth the United States, Mr. Harris said
going on the ]level] road, but a hill climbing ability unsupass d, the investigation would start here at price is right.
once, and would continue in the other
cities in the state.

OaklandFours WILL OPEN AI'Ol'KA miSINESH: AT We also have a nice line ol C Chickens for Thanksgiving!

and Sixesnro The citrus growers over (tie state. Pumpkins for Thanksgiving Pie
will learn, with .
regret Unit Mr. J. 0.OroMenlindier
not only powerful, they niv tlu most' NtrikliiKly ImtuNumuUa ( .
who has lUll I rltnrtr0of
,nrl4 un Final t the laboratory Mini fruit dl||nt.n*.<> Oysters for the DressingA
1.-I'l.vlnirWtltttf l.liH'Hd'lu1'' ( 1.\'II"t", t Wind IU>, l,,lmm' InvfMlfHtl'in of the United State
l:.-|.nw Center of d'raxlly: ullli llr.ua( "' lined Clearance department of agriculture anti has
;I.-n'ut! <;, strvnuth with UuhlVluht: bean stwtloned at Plymouth, Fid., la to
I.-Illyh Speed Motor' with (Great: (Tuner retire from the government serviceon FULL LINE OF ALL KINDS OF MEATS
5.-Kconomy with Luxury I December 1. Mr. Grossenbncher
'will start in business for himself manufacturing
These are Oakland points of SUPERJOUITY, all of which insecticides and fungicidesin
found in other afe'l. I
no car i Apopka where a large commodious
LET US SHOW YOU-THE CAR WAITING building is now being erected to house'

J. B. Magrucler, Jr. \Journal.his The new want enterprise.ad. is a great Manatee smootherof River E.$ M&! ICIIPiU i

PHONE 31 business and domestic affairs.

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t Distinction in value; the best of merchandise at Clearance Sale Prices; emphasizing that this is really a sale that profits are not considered.No ? .
greater Bargains anywhere than those offered at this sale. We ire trying to close out every piece of merchandise we now have in 30 days:
Full Sized Smooth Finish Iron Bed and you cannot afford to miss this oportunity of securing that piece of furniture, rug, stove or dishware you've been wanting. Look over this This beautiful Chilies and Iron Bed
for Exactly______Like___ ___Cut___,__$6.00__.JT3.98--value purchase stock of desirable at this sale merchandise as though, it is representative of severa.big floors filled with bargains. Our guarantee covers every article you 2-inch Continuous Post Heavy
you were paying regular prices. Filler $10.00 value now_$7.98

Ood Dressers and ChiffoniersTh Oil Right Stove Idea.in FLORENCE

Oil Cook Stoves mar=

-\ =- Florence Oil Stoves are safe, reliable,
y ''''r ,,. !i'Z ]i simple, cnntcnient, economical. Heat isca.ily
r T r Z,) r > ) -' We Are Justly I Proud of Our Remarkable ,; .- reiruIaUil: by a little lever. No
e. :.r... &"jd'I I wicks to trim; no valves! to leak. glass
i> > >>>>> > >; /: ;f->, ;>? Offering in Dressers and Chiffoniers> >< in all t'"A\ 'I oil"bull's in tank.e y."always shows you amount of

the Popular Deisgns, Wood and Finishes. %1r: y -t':-I Stoves hOflther In reliability stoves approach and economy Florence-in the Oil

% li1,7' J") ) /T\' '",) ir' i 1 I, Intensity of heat, in work done by agiven

$;;:J.OO Value Genuine Cir. Walnut Chiffonier for____________--_------.$48.50 quantity cent an hour of oil per-burner.in their low cost ofi

)lr) />' > >)')Zi)) ;7J4/Tljy>.) iyl ;)j $3a.0 0 Value I Mahogany Chiffonier_____________________________ ____QO7.8: ..our-B urn..r. Ht Automatic:(h Friroe FIjOREXCK: ..ruarantt.'CI.1 All Florence, Stoves and Ovens are

$34.50 Value Mahogany Dresser for_______________-_____._...___--__$28.75

S23.50 Value Golden Oak Chiffonier for_________________________$23.75
Never Before line These Wonderful Stoves Item
9\12 GENUINE CREX RUGS-ALL COLOns.$23.50 Value Princess Dresser G. O. for_________________________$19.85 Offered the Public at Cut Prices

EXTRA HEAVY $15.00 Value Dressing Table, G. O. for______________________$12.75 Regular $18.50 burner Stove now_________.__$16.48

$$11.00 Value.._______________________________$9.85 S20.00 Value Dresser, G. O. for_______________________________.$15.95 Regular $15.00 3 burner Stove, now-__--_____$13.48
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$10.00 Value ?8.<>;3 ____________
---- ---- -- Regular $12.00 2 burner Stove now $10.75
$19.00! Value White Enamel ______________________.
$7.50 Value___________________________________$(US Chiffonier for $13.95
Regular $4.00 Ovens now ---------------------$3.8.5
$14.50 Value Chiffonier for ______________________________ _$12.75
9x12 Rruswlls Rugs-Good body, Urussells Effects; -- Regular $3.25 Ovens now ______________________$2.85
AH Colors $9.00 Value Chiffonier for---______________________________________ $7.98 Regular $6.75 3 burner Oil Stove now___.______$5.98
$16.50 9x12 value at__________________________$13.00
$15.00 9x12 value at $13.i0 $10.00 Value, I Dressers, Fumed Oak for__________________________________$8.50 Regular $4.75 2 burner Oil Stove now________$4.35
_uuuuuuuUu_________________________ Regular $3.75 Gas Stove, now__________________$3.15
$12.50 9x12 value at $10.00 $6.50 Value Chiffoniers, G. O. for--________________________________.___$5.48

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

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




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rouhi, First Method! l'hutrhtl'h> t buy, sell, petit and vftchahge: Hal ; H BERRY
I'liohe :221: | of call li East Jltt'kl"h estste, ; tUve resided Ih Orlahdd Flu., I
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!tOil MUNI': -A tfMMil" tPll( Mmtti tili- lI-it-Onl t --- r. -A.. t LtiWl i: .= t7tt_ =,-c= i A Complete line ut I Kurd A@Cp a'porkM1 'I Il
rttlhlahed' house ',t lilt I\IIIII"UI\ t'ttitvpMi '' -
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| |I"lIft.1| FOR SALEA
It"I1 fur )ft t InifUillKtf Huts i ]) ( HtMttn 11mHHli.lt} |
''II 1.jlhUfllt
t ,iuuaier'oua.. / . gru II'g hewn( T\1'1'' I tt4 t : tn render (saturation In fill !
III wI" glory, N'ntar' 114rden, Fla, I '
M.\I\N i A II' 'lantlndcnru4
ESTATEbfp. -iII-I": ,, Ii 1 Ilnts of Automobile Repair\
=_,_, _ .. ,__ ._ 'L '_ trlltl. All Ireai. I 154 guar-
', aJ\'ee.' ", V'rills far prices. lIo U1:: I'
New ft bungabaw, Ii Ails and
t'on JlttNT- room Work, Vulcanizing; ,
SAN JUAN well furnished, with l-t'il: needle i (knee, FU _ I fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on
I "!mth, Apply. Hr, I'tlUns: No. a North I Gasoline, and fair and square
llrange avenue. 11-13-air' Delivered every day- Spring
I Water. See or phone Geo, T. Hull & 1 prices, S. West St. $2200.C .
FOR HENT-Very desirable furnishes Company Rock Uuilding. Phone 105

room, all modern conHn-1! 1016tfc.
iences, with private family, ; ,
connecting bath if desired. 305 East\. Umbrella recovered and repaired
For Nine Years'We
Church street. ll-13-6tc : "while you wait. young's Repair

-- -- -- - FOR RENT OR SALE-Close in, six 1 Shop 21 E. Pine St. have been in business at the

FOR SALE room house, with bath gas and A. HOVEY

electricity. 10 West Robinson ave- TWO FOR (J\E-IIOUSE SALE ;same location, Corner of South
Also several small places. I
OR KENT By owner, a
Terms. R. Bruce Perry, at the Water Main and Church Streets.
new modern bungalow, with six 11-13-Gt The two houses: I have for sale at
large rooms, hall, bath, and with every Works. I the price of one are located on lot 78
convenience to make a desirable home; 'oot front facing east, with a depthf Phone 226Orlando'
nice lot; desirable location near Lake FOR RENT:: -Nicely furnished rooms <<) 185 feet number 406 Magnolia!
Cherokee; price reasonable; house in new, modern home; one-half ,venue between Livingston and Ame4 4 & Leading Repair Shop
will be completed latter part of No block from Anderson street, near St. ia. Thrf section of splendid homes, and Garage ---.., -
vember. Also have a six room cot- Luke's hospital. Reasonable rates for ,ivith grand old oaks arching the ..
tage and a smaller bungalow, with the season. 406 Margaret street. streets.
price and terms to suit purchaser.Have t029tfFOR : The modern 2 story house has on
also several furnished rooms for lirst floor: parlor, living room, diningroom lditI : ) .)<"r. jTll&' : LIjct Sl1.il1.lesORLANDC .

rent. Address Kentucky Home, 511 KENT Furnished pleasant I 1 kitchen pantry, toilet and lavitory -
Palmer street, Orlando. Phone CSG. 1, suite of light- housekeeping rooms, : large living porch on the front
11-12-lmo :and side, latticed rear porch.On
____ on first' floor; bath in connection; elee-I the second floor are 3 large
A $3,500 BARGAIN tric lights and telephone; sleeping; rooms, each having enam-
I desired; private family. -512 North ;eled lavatories, piped for hot and cold
Ten acre young grapefruit grove, main - *
street.:1 I water. There is also an extra large
two and a half in bearing, new four : with Ilnt
chicken screened-in sleeping porch tics
and bath, -
room cottage garage I The
yards and houses; one mile from ,' FOR RI-NT-By the season, month, j'enough for the whole family. ,
bath i is large light, and airy
city limits, just off brick road. I or year, one upstairs flat for light, nice enameled room fixtures, all modern and
OWNER, 1'. O. BOX 676 housekeeping, ; also other rooms and i I .
I electric lights and bath in sanitary.The
11-G-lmc garage and
house is newly painted papered
hous 300 East Conc< rd ave. I
Apply throughout shades are hung, it
yon SALK-Three good lots on 9-10-tfc is wired for electric lights I< fixtures Cement, Agatite Plaster and Lime
Uidgewood avenue near Lake Lola. 'I installed' also connected with gas In
Will Bell separate if desired. A bargain FOR) )RENT: -Two rooms and sleeping fact, you will find every convenience
If taken nt once as the owner porch; water, light< nil modern convcniences. ( necessary for home comfort. If you -.. ,...,.
needs .the money. Inquire nt 6 H.: I Inquire :2t. >n, E.: Jackson. ilo not care to use the entire house, r
Church street_ lU-ilO-lm 11.iti-Gtc the location so hear the "Wyomine,"
Insures rentals of spare rooms ntextrn
FOIL SALK-Mnd.1 I 27 hulk; good FUn UKNT-: Rooms! ; l Inrf, wiry upstairs & "po" ul prices.<< Always in dornnnd <<-
wnd U"n. Wrilo Hex &07, bed I room, K't't'htly papered, ;: or If you cure to wit the "".
9.2:1.ttc: nlcdy" furnished' twin Iron beds, convrnlrnt lira house anal occupy during the
(oilrt unit "nth.1111) "kltchciirtti lourlut wnnon the a room cottage! on :
'OU SAI.K: Dwvllinir) nix room*. uml use fit dinini ,room. Nlct- the premises I I in the rear, you would
practically new nice ,condition with |Iy lofuti'd, lU'uiuinuUt ruto. Address I. Irrlvp n "' 'I\tnll..)' which the property -i
lawn, bearing citrus fruit trees, ruses, 'landlord," nut of the :Sentinel.11JiVlmoc \ could bo made. to pay itself out. __
and shrubbery; near Luke"' Kolas: ; vrrytieklrnble There U n garage, burn, and) chicken -
locution 4.0(10; term. house, etc. Fruits of various
Address "Owner," Uox 3:1.: Orlando, ,FOU JU.NT-\n: apartment of four kinds, everything right up to now and
Flu 11-10-lnioc nicely furnUhed\ room, separate! lust a little above the ordinary in
- ------- ,- -- "ath, hot water, altwtrie lights\ gas;; many ways
FOU AU-Fifty: White Leghorni, taw house very desirable; adults It does not require much ready
J* g hem, pullet, few cockerels.iPRnteetl >nly. I'tOt MallIollae.. 11-llt-tfc money; a small cash 'pajment from
G pure. It sold nt once 00 responnitde parties will secure the
cents each for the lotj I mnaller quantities ronerty.[
76 cents 1C.t ii. IIrock, Oakland, FOU[[ HENT-n: suites of new lighthoasekeeping The price is $>(1,300.. A bargain at
Fin. 11-lH-tu rooms with all conveniences that
; pleasant! m-lghbnihood! figure.F.. (. YOUNG.HEAL .
Fun KKNT-Two connecting fur- ear Eola: pnik} a sunny, "homey : ESTATE: ,
nMietl!' front MKIIIIX; flip place and 1.lorp\\ 4 1-2 blocks! from pn toTlce.J07 ( Room 10. MrNtill & )Davis Illork.
\bath; new house! 40.1: H. Went! street East' Pine lit H'l'L. 11-1:I-ttt. 10-24-tfd:
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HALT Olt ItKNr-Nice home,
furnished! ten rtinnis, both Bleeping Best and Promptest "I Never About MY Biscuits"
well liicntfd) only' tWit Narks VVANTI1H: I'tieiliitti! as IIIJUCI'kp'I'pt Worry
Multi, iiu' 'ihPM ilcolrnbleliiiihuiHli hl'III'! I, Auto
I''lIll't\\ It" .'" (k Iti ptlvnlp fnittily. by exlaa Livery
Al'1'I Uu!hi ilpiicpil/ wlillp' winitrtti. I r"f tllllhpl',
I lin-lfe I Irorlnnllash' .". I'rtll M loll' Weal Irlhuttaa Service Niy/ tin dilltlt,1'ourlg..\ iHiun'Wlfr, "k'nuiM'' I know the OiltliK't' (ittM/ ititugt Inl'urhthlyllitlsaa ,
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'Olt l'" HAM.C! Ilea new !lutrt! tulinis, bl I t. = = It III II' ,, jtir''t >its t 1 1vitiit U tn, lly turning up t tlu- Imriu'r\ tI\I'lj\ 'IllInI'h"14 ','yun,!, and, hhlItig

car 1.,1)! (\1'| WllnMllpl'1, anal lamps.A \\'\lr.N'nrV'; t: wnnlwl .;eulpau' 5-PASSENOER t x/ldl/ >' tNNvnty nil lltllr'n"" I VMuhvHyi/ :* ;rat such' l Itl\'l-'I ly lifuwiunl l'il'UIt.' .. HS: tlW/'Il'/' ',"
I.i"I't. quirk' I'l'lil U..Itt:, tar, Mall) YVlUl pi.tHpUM| ' | In.) fill
;MIHtndlt\ IIi'ange avenue; / I II UHIV: llht-b.; If, A, Cuilia.' ,'j"'" I'h"tslth
4 "||,iitn, W. t'hMrih street, 11-'l-tIl. The Cabinet Gas Range Cooks To PerfectionA
colt" HAM! OU UUNTiMiuly: huluf41
m anal'? lllllif ill), with trixiil, new 1\\'ANTED-To list: all kinds of property BUICK CAR
I to una I c-iniiilfltly' | t>tiH'\kcal, on for sale or rent I am hmanp villg I
dawned with the advent of the The of endless
easiest (anus. AI.h'ebd .Snap, this'sotice. applicwtions! for houses, furnished new era in cookery has gas range. age

1l-1Hil.: and unfurnished, I will be We call anywhere at any time trouble and uncertainty in baking has passed away. 'omen no longer spend all day in

- rem SALK -- triad H. U.to Leale15 list what East you have.Tine street.Mrs I the kitchen wrestling with a stubborn wood or coal firt-and then getting burnt or half

Cauliflower, tYler)" and Lettuce.. Plants 'hone[ 179. 10-8-dw-lmo GordJ n's Transfer Go raw baking Instead they bake with gas and invariably get good results in half the
1 have thousands of choice plants' ,
for sale und| ready now. time. There is no guesswork, no eternal fussing, no worry, or mental strain. The gas
thousand cauliflower LOST 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 that
Seventy-five range heats up just right and stays way.

plants.Twentyfive. thousand celery plants. LOST-A diamond bar pin, single HAULING OF ALL KINDSConvinced l It will be to your advantage to call and learn the benefits of cooking with gas.

One hundred thousand lettuce plants. stone in center Sunday. RewardFor - - -- -
Address, W. C. POST, Sanford. Fla. return to Mrs. S. A. Johnson 313
ll-12-12tc R. F. D. N'o. 2'' North Orange avenue. ll-16-3t

FOIL S.LET ItAUfiAIX :LOSTSunda night, in postoffice, a ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
Or will rent completely furnished, gold watch fob, with initials, J. A. "Yes," said the specialist as he
new, modern and attractive home Reward if returned to this office. stood by the sick contractor, "I can

pretty lawn and shrubbery, near Lake ll-18-2tc_ cure you." GAS DEPARTMENT
Eola; two stories five rooms, bath, "What will it cost," asked:; the sick
screened sleeping porch, and summer LOST-On Monday, October 25, between man faintly."Xinetfive. I
dining room. Address Owner Box Robinson Springs and Orlando dollars."

i>97> or call at 312 Broadway.1110dwtf. via east road between Maitland "You will have to shade your price -..
and Winter Park one Fisk red top a little," replied the contractor. "I _.___ .----- = __
34x4 automobile tire mounted on rim. got a better bid from the undertaker." i --- -0.--

FOR SALE-FOR KENT-Houses, A communication from the finder will The specialist stood pat on his price ' M-" ' ' 1111111111.
furnished and unfurnished. Also be greatly appreciated by D. A. Che and his competitor got the job. 0
some splendid lots. Call and see whatI fey Orlando, Florida. 10-20-tf We are specialists in our line of I
have to offer before you buy or work and sanitary conditions prevail.
rent. Mrs. II. B. Leake, 45 East Pin It will pay you to stay on the safe
street or 312 Broadway. Phone 179. side.
LOST-Small open faced watch, or
10-8-dw-lmo pin between Lake Lucerne and the
Empire hotel. Monogram L. B. L. or Orlando
FOR runabout SALE-One, in fine top condition.buegv and Price one back. Return receive to Orlando reward.Bank and SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES
Trust Co. and
cheap.Formosa,Inquire Fla. at1.. J. West 1117Gt'FOR fall's, 11-3-tfc Steam Laundry

wagon harness, roll top desk. Two
furnished rooms for rent. E. H. Gore,
Our Grocery Co., 6 and 8 E. Pine. HANGING PHONE 88

ll-17-3t For $7.00 I will paper any ordinarj' I
size room. Over 500 selections ta
choose from. painting
and grapefruit seedlings. reduced Phone 261, or drop varieties of and
prices. the leading Orange Grape-
Hiawassi, or
Apply at T. I: Mahby's me a postal and I will do the rest Pine Castle
by mail to C. J. Victoreen, star route. G. C. Schultz, Box 3S5, Orlando. condition the lowest
in fine
ii-isi'jALTC :. 1-10-31-lmo' fruit Trees at very

and har- .. .. .. ..
SALE-Horsfe, buggy GEO. T. HULL CO. prices .. .- .. ..
ness. Horse is beautiful Kentuckybred Phone[ 10::). Rock BIdg., .Room 3,
bay. Fearless, safe for lady to Call and see us if interested in rea Castle, Fla.
drive. Bargain. Address V. 11.Palmer e tate. Buy sell or exchange prop
Route 1, one mile out on Con- erty. Rentals carefully attended to.119lmoc .
way road. ll-18-6t

Has first class andgrape
FOR SALE, OR TRADE for good NOTARY PUBLIC, with seal. I makE< orange
automobile 10 acre tract. 7 acres a specialty of deeds mortgages, fruit trees, ready to plant.
cleared and under fence fruit trees, 5 leases, contracts. etc. Price very rea: We offer only first class trees,
room house, irrigating plant bam and sonable. :Mrs. H. B. Leake. 45 Las l budded from prolific bearing' Send today for Catalog Description List and lowest
garage, G miles from city on brick Pine street. Phone 179. 1l- -1 mOl trees of known quality. We ,
road. Address of the
"Trade care
Sentinel, Orlando, Fla. 1118lmocFOR BRING YOUR C'IIILD-I am preparing : also have the genuine Watson prices to the above address
a great display of children'; watermelon seed. No melons

RENT photos for the fair. Want ever:r shipped from where we savedour I
child No cost to you. Every chili!;
seed. Melons weighed from
FOR KENT Attractive bul.lne..sroom. eight years and under negatives mad. ,
See 11. R. Berry at the Ford free on Wednesdays and Saturday I. 20 to 45 pounds, Catalogue
i Cnrage. IMl-tf Howard's Studio. 1-11-16-t r Free. .tttttt..tt.tt..t..t..t. . .. .. . . ..... . . .t..... ....... . ........... .. .


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Prof. J, W. \Vldettinn, of Ilel.nll\l,
fl'\'hL yesterday/ ( 'hi Orlando 'In the 'ln
(crept. \It the Itedpiith Lyceum and
(III ttl&&ut&&U1IUl&. Cuurce.Mr .

1 *. r'unnlo Sloan, who ha* 'Urn
vUltinir friend! in Orlnudo fur *vv-
frill till)'., returned yesterday! "ftfr. .
noun to her home in Jacksonville "
RIDE in Hamrick's Jitne> DUll one
/ INCORPORATEn1S93THE hour, 12 miles for 30c. 8-28-tfc Prepare for
Miss Edith Gerard left yesterday
afternoon over the Coast Line for
Osborne, Kas., where she will spend
STATE BANKOF some time visiting relatives and "TUf

/ friends. AUTUMN OF LIFE"By

Mr. M. E. Gillett and son, Mr. D.
/ C. Gillett, prominent and influential
years' experience in the affairs of citizens of Tampa, were among the ,
Banking enables us to measure and meet the business visitors spending yesterdayin

needs of our customers.The I Orlando. saving a definite
management of this bank has endeavored I

to pursue a progressive policy to be liberal in Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c. amount each week. We
its treatment and adhere strictly to the legiti- 1818tfMr.
mate lines of banking. have several plans. Letus
A. N. Goodwin was among the
THE SAFETY AND CHARACTER OF passengers leaving Orlando yesterday
morning over the Coast Line for Jack-
DEPOSITORS. sonville where he is spending today
i on business.Mr. .

LOUIS C. MASSEY ________________PresidentT. .
Frank A. Wright left
PICTON WARLOW __________Vice-President yesterday -
morning for Jacksonville wherehe
S. WATERS HOWE ___________________Cashier
is spending today in the interestof The
S. A. NEWELL _________--______Asat. Cashier the Wright Lime and Fertilizer Peoples National Bank

company of this city. "It Is A Pleasure To Serve

Savings checks are good as gold.
Ask for them whenever you buy anything -
11-11-tf Yau"I

Mr. J. R. Holland a former well
eol : known young citizen of this city, but I
now residing in Jacksonville where he

is state manager for the__ Overland, _an-_
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: tomobile spent yesterday in Orlando

business greeting affairs.friends and looking after I I

Mr. Ira Rigdon, of Urbana Illi " " ,1" " . , . " " . . . . . . " . . . . . . .,
MaxwellAt nois, who spent a day or two in this!

city last May while looking over this; . . I I . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . 1 -...* ..... ... ,,. ..
section with the view of locating wa I
a bargain. $200. Comelquick. in Orlando yesterday from Winter!Il
Park where he and Mrs. Rigdon and l
daughter, Miss Florence, are now for
the season. I

Haynes-Hupmobile Salesroom Ride Hamrick's Jitney bus 5c.
18-18-tf JUST RECEIVEDSome

Among the arrivals on the A..C. L,
last night were Mr. and Mrs. Robert
I Galey and daughter. Miss Anna, who of those reliable STUDEBAKERS 40 Horse !
.. have been spending the summer in
-.New Beaver, I'a. They are well known Power Touring Cars
and popular winter residents and will
occupy their pretty home on South
street. $960.00 f. o. b. Orlando

Mr. G. W. Arnold was among the I
returning winter residents reaching
Orlando last evening over the A. C.
L. Mr. Arnold has been spending the
summer in New York. He will spend
the season with his son, Mr. F. McIntosh San Juan Garage OompanyI

Ford Home Anderson Arnold street., at their pretty home, 510 I

; Now Open Fish and oysters received daily.IL Orlando-Daytona
M. Self & Co. 1-10-6-tfc
209-11 South Orange Avenue
Telephone 386 Mr. D. W. Foley is among the win-
ter visitors who have recently returned -
from their summer outing in
the North to enjoy the next six
18-New 1916Fords months in the Land of Sunshine and
Flowers. While absent from OrlandoMr. 1",1",1.,11"11,111,11,1,11,11,1,11,1,1111'1'8 ' 4 .

Foley spent a great deal of his
on the road. Place order
your now, time: in New York city. II ,11,11. , .11 , 1 , r 11111 'II. ,illlllf Mtt .11",11,11,1.,1111 H .......
and avoid disappointment."Make .

this Ford Home Your Ford Home." I Peoples Savings the National savings checks Bank.are department accepted 11-11-tf as of cashin the Who Will Be Your Executor?

Mr. John Basiger, of Auburndale
was among the visitors to Orlando
yesterday. Mr. Basiger is the owner Your estate may be materially impaired as a -..;t- -.:' "
of a pretty home in this city on the direct result of the appointment of an executor '=f''x

corner of Lake and Church streets, or trustee. .'. 4, .. w -

and he also has a splendid grove in When an individual is appointedThe :- ;, / k
- -- Polk and he is .
--- county planning to
.MHHMilll" " " " " " . . . . , (dispose of his holdings there and financial responsibility is generally weaker. .. :r .:. :> .
move here. It is usually provided in wills that the person JZ
'" ..
nominated serve as executor shall be excused : '
I,. J. :MUSTARD, the chiropodist.Office from giving bonds. li ."J
: The of over McElrov's drug store. :.:
Friendships Are
Today l-ll-6-12tc When surety bonds are supplied it is at the ex- .
pense of the estate, and then only partial secu-
The Dividends on Yesterday's 4
Mr. and Mrs. Webster Edgerly and rity against loss is provided. yt
Thoughtfulness. their attractive daughters Misses When a Trust Company is selected -
Gladys and Beatrice of Washington I
The positive advantage of strong financial .
I re$1.
D. C., are spending several days in
sponsibility is secured. -
Orlando, guests at the San Juan hotel. ,' s
In the hurry and worry of business life, we are :Mr. Edgerly, who is one of the leading A bond which has behind it the entire financial . 41
apt to forget how dear birthdays and anniversaries are financiers at the Nation's Capital, strength of the Institution is always filed with 1 w ;
to the members of the family and our acquaintances.How I has just returned from a visit to Cuba the Probate Court Bt nn snottothe estate.

small a matter to us is a little remembrancehow with his family and stopped over in Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue .
much to those remembered! this city for a few days rest. of this newspaper. ,
Think today of someone whom you would like to "'
remember, and let us be :your advisers as to the gift. FRIDAY WILL HE PIE DAY AT
CARL J.SE'SKERY Come in any time and freely ask for further i I
11 Xorth Orange avenue and you are information on this vitally important subject. ,
invited to our store between 8 a. m. You are always welcome and our officers are always ?
and 6:30 p. m., where you will have glad to advise.The .
the opportunity of sampling the kind
of pie you want us to bake for your

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

& Bnmdiige( !! Orlando Florida

Personal instruction under Or. Still Capital Surplus and Profits 141000.00
at Kirksrille, Mo.
132 S. Orange Ave., above people
a l'.... National Hank Phone 678. t. . . .. . . . . . ..,....... .... ... ..MMMM .. .MIMMMMtl . 1


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LOCAL AND PERSONAL . . . . . . . . . . . "

feflilCl Prof. J. W. Wideman, of DeLand,
.spent yesterday in Orlando in the interest -
of the Redpath Lyceum and
Chautauqua; Course.

er p : Mrs. Fannie Sloan, who has been
i visiting friends in Orlnado for sev-
,eral days, returned yesterday after .
noon to her home in Jacksonville. ;-

I RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one Prepare for
INCORPORATED 1893 hour, 12 miles for 30c. 8-28-tfc
0 .
Miss Edith Gerard left yesterday
THE afternoon over the Coast Line for

STATE BANKOF some Osborne' time, Kas.visiting, where she relatives will spend and "T"
friends. "[ AUTUMN Of LIFE"By [

Mr. M. E. Gillett and son, Mr.\ D.
C. Gillett, prominent and influential --

years' experience in the affairs of citizens of Tampa, were among the ,
Banking enables us to measure and meet the 'business visitors spending yesterdayin
customers.The Orlando. saving a definite
needs of our i
management of this bank has endeavored I
to pursue n progressive! policy, to be liberal in Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 6c. amount each week. We
Its treatment, and adhere strictly to the legitimate have several plans. Letus

lines of banking. Mr. A. N. Goodwin was unions the
Till: SAFETY: AND CHARACTER OP passengers leaving Orlando yesterday explain them
THIS HANK IS REFLECTED: IN ITS morning over the Coast! Line for Jacksonville -
DEPOSITORS. where he U spending. today
mi buclnecs.! ---
Officer I *

LOUIS C. MAH8BY _._ __ __ ____ President Mr. Frank A. Wright, left yesterday .
WAHLOWB. __ __V'Ire.i'rsddent
T. 1'ICTON ntiirnlittf for Jacksonville wlieie
WAT1:1IH 1IOWB( __n...u"l1lpt' lie I I.* ppvhdlittf today In the IlItel'ell" The Peoples National Bank"It
H. A, Nt1Wt' tl - Allfllt. Cashier, 0 of (he Wright I'ling and 1'pttllll.er

t''II&\II'' of lliU rlty. Is A Pleasure: To Serve You"
Navings check.* Mie' IlIH,1| H.* g...101.
Auk, ..rlhthliitfl '" whenever you buy "")'.
Z -
% Mr. J, H. Holland, a former well
known young citizen of this city, I but
now residing in Jacksonville where he

U. state manager for the Overland automobile
,,... _. .
-- -- -- - ----- --
pent yesterday in Orlando
greeting friends and looking after
business ufairs.(

Mr. Ira Higdon, of Urbana Illinois 1111111111111111111111111111111111111.111.11..1111..I..I.I . . . . . . ,

MaxwellAt who spent a day or two in this
city last May while looking over this . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . .I. .....+ .. .
section with the view of locating, was

a bargain. $200. Comelquick.HaynesHupmobile in Orlando yesterday from Winter
Park where he and Mrs. Rigdon and
daughter, Miss Florence, are now for
the season.

Salesroom Ride Hamrick's Jitney bus, 5c.
,18-18-tf JUST RECEIVED .:'

f Among the arrivals on the A.C. L.
last night were Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Galey and daughter, Miss Anna, who j : Some of those reliable STUDEBAKERS, 40 Horse ; ;
have been the in
spending summer
Beaver, Pa. They are well known Power Touring Cars
:;1 and popular winter residents and will

occupy their pretty home on South
street. $960.00 f. o. b. Orlando

Mr. G. W. Arnold was among the
returning winter residents reaching
Orlando last evening over the A. C.
L.Ir.. Arnold has been spending the

summer in New York. lie will spend | | San Juan Garage
the season with his son, Mr. F. McIntosh Companyi jj

New Ford Home Anderson Arnold street., at their pretty home, 510 i

Now Open Fish and oysters received daily. Orlando-Daytona
IL :M.!! Self & Co. 1-10-6-tfc

209.11 South Orange Avenue
Mr. D. W. Foley is among the win
Telephone 3S6 .. ter visitors who have recently returned -

from their summer outing in
the North to enjoy the next six i
18-New 1916Fords months in the Land of Sunshine and
11.11111111..11111111111111111111111111111111111111111"111 , J 1
Flowers. While absent from OrlandoMr.
Foley spent a great deal of his
on the road. Place jour order now, time in New York city. MMtMlittlitMiliiMlitMIIMIIIMMMIMItMMMIIIIMMMMMIMMMfWho ......

and avoid disappointment."Make .
Savings checks are accepted as cashin
of the Will Be Your Executor?
this Ford Home Your Ford Home." Peoples the National savings Bank.department 11-11-tf

F. G. RUSH Mr. John Basiger of Auburndale, ANSWER NO. 2
was among the visitors to Orlando
)'e8lerda '. Mr. iJaeiper I H!'! the owner 1 out estate!! may be materially impaired as! a
direct tesult of the appointment of an etetutofof $
of n pretty home itt this city on the :
ror-ner, of Lake tthd. t'hunh lrept". trustee j .
IIht1 he t 1o has A splendid, gtnte In When HH individual I is appointed i >si
----._-- l'',tk county! itl1j She financial Feponilliity) I gehefally t ; .
.......I.......... .. ...........tMN.......ttttt..t ,naive li='tmoItPlP bf: his holding: theta' AIM.! It U usually pFMiMwl J in wilU; thai th |,eFw nIn rr; =1! -

nnitttihat'd! fcUFVe ae lHlflYHf bhall I'li @1@Y&l11tffjffl i :c <

I f.: J: Hlrir.\lIIli the rhtlapuiliiItttip \ 8ivin8 t..m4i. is '+ '

The Friend hip of Today Are i "\ I' yiFhltny oj sltuis Ht"tihJ"h'p' Whets\ surety l\.oo,4a, are slipped, it i ia at the Mof (I- I .
pence the estate, and then only l partial J lie n- 1

The Dividends on Yesterday's Mr. and t Mrs. Webster l Pdgeriy' and t rity against loss( is provided, y '
their attractive daughters, Mu..es> When a Trust Company M selected-?
Thoughtfulness. 1 Gladys and Beatrice, of Washington.
The positive advantage of strong responsibility -
U.J C., are spending several days in is secured. '
Orlando guests at the San Juan hotel.t.I
In the hurry and worry of business life, we are Mr.I Kdgerly, who is one of the lead- A bond which has behind it the entire financial s
apt to forget how dear birthdays and anniversaries are ing financiers at the Nation's Capital strength of the Institution is always filed with 't
to the members of the family and our acquaintances.How has just returned from a visit to Cuba the Probate Court .t nn rest to the estate.

small a matter to us is a little remembrancehow with his family and stopped over in Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issueof 1i t ='
much to those remembered! this city for a few days rest.Fi11D.11. this newspaper. : .eek 4 N "
Think today of someone whom you would like to .
remember, and let us be your advisers as to the gift. WILL BE PIE IJ.YT I
CARL JANSEX'S BAKERY Come in any time and freely ask for further I t i
11 North Orange avenue, and :you are information on this vitally important subject. x
invited to our store between 8 a. m. You are always welcome and our officers are always '
and 6:30 p. m., where you will have glad to advise.
the opportunity of sampling the kind
of pie you want us to bake for your

T. H. EVANS Thanksgiving DoctorsBnckinastcr dinner. Ml-lS-2tc The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

:; JEWELER & Brundagc!! Orlando Florida

, OSTEOPATHS Capital Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
Personal instruction under Dr. Still ,
h at Kirksville Mo.
a 132 S. Orange Ave.. above People* ,
___ J.rrl.II.I..I.II..I.f........ National Bank. Phone 678. . . . . . . . . .11.111111.1.,111.0..111..

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