Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00566
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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 20, 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: VID00566
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Thursday night robbers broke steal money Here foiled. Detectives

into the Southern Express office at are working on the case, but no clue I
the .\. C. L. station at Winter Gar- has is ajrent.>et been The olrt.ii.ed.town was S. somewhat T. Will,, I

-- I den stole some whiskey, a suit of I i
Serbs- Will Make Stand in the clothes and broke down the wire alarmed, but no other robberies were
grat- discovered. The took to thing
BY NOV. 25 yeggs e
Mountains and May Cross to the ticket office. Attempts to woods and no trace has been secured INASMADMAN RUINS

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Into Albania or



+ NO REVOLT IX: INDIA' + LAW CITATIONS Nov 19.-Two army of710 miles. Experts declare that the IMAGINATIONM"BIGTRUSnSAtLADREAM SUCCESSFUL,

+ fleers have invented a wonderful ap- invention will revolutionize the pres-!

+ London Nov' 19.-The India + 1 THE COLEMAN MATTER UP AGAIN aratm l whereby telephonic messages! vnt railroad signal nyolem., It aNo

office makes the following announcement + may be dispatched' from speeding' rail. will make possible!' communication. ACQOAVAIIEYISCIEAR OF ENEMYThe

+ : + way trains or automobiles and re between aviators and their base!' and -

"lliere U( not one word of truth + Supt. McKlnnon Wan! in Tulla reived IntclllRrnlljr for a distance, of between warships In Ridiculous Article
Pa Ionate
In the German Matemcnts that a + !+ War Office Announcc

revolt hu broken out everywhere + hmc'l! Chairman Knox Lake County Editor: Fall ,*. Protfrewn). In the

+ In India + Kerche! Letter From BOMBARD VENICE AGAIN Into HurroI) of Printer March on Doomed
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Supt. SheatH ---- Ink City

Len'.an! Nov. 19Th) .. capture by Vienna, via liwlon N Itt Venire of ,
iv. our "sea' plane "mjuadron nifren
IIr I> J. !', MeKlmmn
the of Mona tlr of county eu|>erIntemlent Member; of the Orlando Hoard of flume, Nov HI.=After four\ days l
IlulirarhuiH hAil
new of attain been bombarded by .fur' fully dropped' |M'WIM on the fort atSan t !
public Instruction fol
which WAN coldest" exclusively lust Irian( Trade who endorsed! the resolution! utn bottle the Italian hate
l lowing un ithftpnce from Orlando of aeroplane"' Official announcement Nicola and Alberoni, and (he ar succeeded! in
recent meeting: condemning C. K.:
night to the International New Service several days, returned yesterday lie wan made here today that An sepal aviation station' gas' workx. railway ; clearing the Acquit valley in their
Woods, of EuatU! for hU tactic in
from Salonikl through London, serial squadron attacked military cc."' station", and several barrack at
stated to n Sentinel reporter that he attacking the brick of campaign against Coriziu, accordingto !
complete the first stage of the ins lahlUhnienttt. uf that city yesterday Venice highways Orange -
attended a meeting of the State Board county will be somewhat amused a war office announcement. Gorj,
lon of Serbia. .
va afternoon.The .
hh..tandina: the heavy fire of
Rome and! Athens tonight forward of Education at Tallahassee Tuesday announcement follow: anti-air craft guna and the attack to read the following hysterical articles zi.i itself is nothing but a mass of

report of the fall of the Serbian city. morning called by State Superintendent "Navy headquarter announce that of three hostile aeroplanea our squadrons from this week's issue of the smoking ruins from the Italian bombardment -
Sheats to consider various mat
Apparently the Bulgarians have occupied on the afternoon of November 18 one returned with complete safety.? Eustis Lake Region a newspaper of it is reported.
ters of interest to the educational which
Mr. Woods is editor.
Monastir in force and the ---------
work of the state.Superintendent. Editor Woods and his
raves tears
Serbians in full retreat.
At Monastir and Prilep 25 miles McKinnon in the IMPORTANT CONFERENCEPresident CHAS. MUNDY CONVICTED hair and madly swirls his fiery pen. !Paris Reports Fighting
course of a brief interview stated
to the noreast the Bulgarians are lie writes as though he were delirious Paris Nov. 19.-There has beeen
that he reported to the State Boardof with dreams spirited fighting in Alsace
of medieval
said to ha\& >,OOO men, and in this i chivalry accompanied
| Education the action of the County when by the throwing of hand
knights bestrode black horses
region At least the remnant of the and Clark Held Ses Former Partner of Lorimer I grenades
Board of Public Instruction in the sand according to the French
dashed into the tournament with war office
southern Serbian is almost destroyed.
army case of Prof. Coleman and his certificate sion Regard to Preparedness Given Five Year Term in armor and to for statement today.
It is expected that they spears conquer some
will make another stand in the moun- as this was the highest educational Program-Will LaSalle Street Trust Dame Lady Love. It is really amus- Eight German aviators flying over

''ains west of Monastir. towards Och- I body of the state to which a Support It Case ing to read Mr. Woods' "Challengeto Luneville were pursued by French

,ida. which is on the frontier of AlMnia report could be made. the Orlando Board of Trade" and airmen. Five of them were driven

and that they eventually will The action taken by the State Washington Nov. 19.-President :Morris III., Nov. 19.-Charles B. to read about imaginary brick trusts away, but the others succeeded in

take refuge in that country or across Board at this meeting appears in a Wilson, and Speaker Clark of the Munday, a former partner of United and ail that sort of bosh. throwing down several bombs. Several -

the Greek border. letter addressed to Mr. J. A. Knox, house of representatives held an im- States Senator Lorimer who has beenon Sensational wielder of the quill is persons were wounded.

chairman of the County Board of trial here charged with conspiracy this man Woods. As long as Orange
portant conference at the White
London Curtails Sale of Liquor Public Instruction a copy of which to wreck the LaSalle Street Trust county knows that less than one-half + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Superintendent McKinnon says he House late this afternoon on the pres- and + SAY BOYS :
Savings Bank of Chicago was mile of roads out of sixty miles were AND GIRLS +
London, Nov. 19.-The long expected [found in his mail upon his arrival at ident's preparedness program, and in found guilty by a jury tonight. damaged by the recent rains and + +
order curtailing the sale of intoxi-
'Orlando yesterday. a general way the speaker assuredthe His punishment was fixed at five that we are not experimenting but + Watch for the Sunday Sentinel +
cants in Greater London issued
was Tallahassee Nov. 1C, 1915. president of his support declar years imprisonment. are absolutely and positively satisfied + and the full page sketchesof +
tonight.It Hon. J. A. Knox Chairman County
provides that after November 29 Board of Public Instruction Orlando ing that he was in favor of a "rea- I with the brick highways all the spas- + ringing Up Father." Prizesof +

Florida. sonable program." COUNTY GAME WARDENS GONE: modic utterances and ring perform + seats to the "Bringing Up +
trade shall be confined to 5 1-2 hourson
My Dear Sir-Supt. J. F. McKinnon After the conference Mr. Clark Tallahassee, Fla., Nov. 19.-Certain I ances of Editor Woods can not cause + Father" show which will appear + ;
week days and 5 hours on Sun- before the State Boardof
days. Education today and made the stated that he could not yet say portions of the game law enacted by anything but laughter at his ridiculous + at the Lucerne theatre Wednesday +

The hours for sale on week days statement that the County Board of whether he thought the president'sprogram I the legislature of 1915 have been declared yodling. + November 24. will be award- ,

shall be from noon to 2:30 and from Orange county has by resolution em* i "reasonable" as he was not I unconstitutional by the state The following excerpts are from + ed according to the announce- +
ployed Prof. W. S. Coleman, as principal acquainted with the details of the ad supreme"'rourt. The opinion was filed Woods' powerful pen: + ment made in Thursday's Senti- +
6 to 9 and will
p. m., on Sunday they of the Orlando grammar school,
ministration's plans. [ by Justice Whitfield. It declares To Florida Editors + nel. Have your likenesses of +
be from 1 p. m. to 3 p. m. and from and ordered that a warrant for his unconstitutional
6p.m.to9p.m.' salary be issued each month. That Speaker Clark said that he does the feature of the law Do not be panic-stricken by the + "Father" at the Sentinel office +

It is forbidden to tender in advance Prof. Coleman does not hold a teach not believe a fight will be made to 1 requiring a specified length of resi action of the Orlando Board of Trade + not later than Tuesday afternoonat +
er's certificate valid in
Orange county -
oust Representative Kitchin from his : dence in counties + 5 o'clock so winners be +
before the applicantmay into discrediting the utterances of may
money for payment for liquor, and though he holds a first grade '
credit is also prohibited. teacher's certificate issued in Hills-I post as majority leader because of secure a license and also considers this paper on good roads. + announced Wednesday morning. +

borough county which said Supt. J. 1 his announced opposition to the administration's unconstitutional the portion of Sit steady in the boat and I'll passe + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
F. McKinnon has refused to endorse.
program. the law attempting to create th the dope out to you and I challenge
That said Supt. :McKinnon regards
NEGRO GETS TEN YEARSEd. this action of the board as being un Members of the ways and means office of county game warden. The successful contradiction.

lawful. lie requested the State Boardto committee said today that they believed court decides that the portions of the The brick oligarchy has no terrors HILLSTROM IS NOW DEAD --i

call your attention to the law in Kitchin's efforts against the II law considered unconstitutional do for any editor who stands for a ic
the which he contests is follows -
Benford, colored, who was case as i program will be merely personal and not vitiate the general act itself, square deal and knows whereof he

caught breaking into J. W. Beasley's First: : That no county certificate is I that he will not oppose it in his offi- which is held to be valid an denforce- speaks. Salt Lake City, Utah, Nov. 19.-

residence on West Pine street Thurs- alid except in the county in which it cial capacity as majority leader. able. Lake county's asphalt roads haven Joseph Hillstrom was put to death bya

day night and in a running fight was is Second issued.; That certificate Before he went to the White House According to the opinion, there ca appealed powerfully to the judgmentof firing squad in the state peniten-
: county
shot in the hip, was yesterday 'sen- to be valid' any in another county Speaker Clark declared that in his be no county game wardens, which all who have seen and used them, tiary here at 7:42 a. m. today. His

tenced to ten years in the peniten- must be endorsed by the county superintendent opinion one or perhaps two already leaves the law to be enforced by the and the brick trust is on the anxious death was instantaneous.

tiary by Judge Warlow. lie will betaken of that county, which informally proposed measures for the sheriff and his deputies.The seat.
to the farm at Ocala ine endorsement is a discretionary power raising of funds to into court also 1Ii11strom's body was claimed by
prison lodged! with him. necessary put sustains the validity It costs three prices to build a brick
local members of the I. W. W. who
few days. The capture of Benfordis Third: That a county board has practice the administration's preparedness of the salt water fish law attacked i inI road in Florida as durable as one of will
for its burial.
a victory for the local police who not the power, itself, to endorse a program,: will be followed. I I a habeas corpus proceeding brought sand-asphalt. arrange I
the certificate or t<> force the county superintendent The possibilities mentioned by the Thomas Powell War to the bitter end was declared
have been working on case for Ily| of Cedar Key Mark the words.
to endorse one thereby today by Gov. Spry against the I. "W.
weeks. robbing him of his discretionarypower. speaker were the decision of the income Powell was arrested because he did I Ed. Scott chairman of the Florida W. and other alleged lawless elementsin

tax schedule and retention of not first buy a license before engaging State Highway Commission, says: the and
city state.
FORAGE GROCERY COMPANY Fourth: That no county board has the duty on sugar, the reenactmentof in the business of a fish dealer "There is no doubt but that sand-
the authority to employ a teachernot "The fight has just begun," said the
OPENS BRANCH STORE the emergency: war measure and : and because he did not buy a license asphalt is going to prove a great
holdii.g: a certificate valid in governor, "and we are not going to 4i
county. the sale of Panama canal bonds. for a boat engaged in fishing. competitor of brick in residence
stop until the state is entirely rid of
The Forage Grocery Company, located Fifth: That the employment of any streets and country roads of Flor- .
this lawless element that infests
teacher in without 'alidcertititate
county a
on." West Church street, has is illegal and void. I! FLORIDA HAS 921,569 ; WEEGHMAN CUTS THROAT T ida. C. E. it."
opened a branch store on South Or- Sixth: That any appropriation of I WOODS The governor said that on his desk

ange avenue in the corner room of county school funds for the salary of j I Ir.oods' Comment on Above lay dozens of letters received today
a teacher without a certificate valid | d
th- Hovey building. This grocery in that county is unlawful and that j Tallahassee Fla.. Xo19..-The Chicago, Nov. 19.-August Weegh- "Thrice armed he is who hath his specifically threatening to make "you h

eomjny will conduct a package store it is discretionary with the county !I population of the state of Florida is I man, father of Charles Weeghman quarrel just. pay severely for the execution of Hill

'in this: excellent room. Goods will bet superintendent in signing: warrants 921,569, according to the state census ;i president of the Chicago team of the And he's in but steel naked though locked strom," or even making more specific

[ old L 5 lots, etc. The Forage GroceryrCObit' for The the attention salary of such of your teacher.Board is I recently completed. This, compared Federal League committed suicide by Whose up conscience with injustice is threats of his destruction and some-

ny has steadily increased its called to these citations of law, and with the state census of 1905 which I cutting his throat at his home last corrupted." times both.

Siness. They are born Sentinel ady..rtisement you are directed to make such answerin gave a total of 614,902, shows a gain night. I don't care what the Orlando Board "We are already working on these

booYt<*f6 and they admit writing to the State Board of Education of 306.G67. or nearly 50 per cent., in I of Trade does in this matter. I re- things and events will quickly follow

[.that Sentinel advertising has spelled ,as on your or before Board November may deem 25th;advisable -, ten years. The federal census of 1910 ROLLINS ACADEMY ELEVEN gard its action as inspired by two the detectives' tracing down of the C

increased business for them. We wish 1915. gave Florida 752.619, and this showsa I DEFEATS O. II. S. sources: letter writers, and we hope to get

them success in their new branch Very truly yours. gain for the five year period 1910- The Rollins Academy team defeated First, by the alarmed brick interests some of them. When we do it will go
W. N.
store. (Signed) SHEATS.Secretary. 15 of 168,950, or _3.4 per cent. The i the O. H. S. eleven in a fast gameof whose throne is toppling in hard! with them."

Copy to lion. 'William Edwards figures given out by Commissioner of football at the Driving Park yes Florida by the amazing popularity of Regarding the execution of Hill

FIRST MEETING IN FORTY-FOUR Zellwood, Fla., for his information. Agriculture,: W. A. McRae are terday afternoon by the close score the cheaper but superior asphalt road strom; Governor Spry said: "We have

YEARS inary to the general report to prelim-I of 6to0. surface. no apologies to make whatever, we
JIOTORCYCLE RACER KILLED leased and which is Second, there have been
later O. H. S. will play St. Augustinehere revealed have done our duty, and we don't only
Mrs. E. F. Hopson, of Wells, Ver- Chicago, Nov. 19.-Louis Kuehl, of completed. Only the totals for the i next Friday afternoon and by the ,recent heavy rains, I believe feel that we have, but we know we

j .mont, arrived in Orlando last night the Chicago Cycle Club, fell over a state, some of the larger cities and a I exciting game is predicted by those an a situation discreditable to the efficiency }lave."
over Seaboard Air Line and wiu thirty foot embankment at the Coli- few of the larger counties are avail- acquainted with both teams. of the Orange county engineer
make her home in
this city with her seum track tonight while racing with able at this time. I and road superintendent, and! THE WEATHERFor

sister., Mrs. Chas. Phillip. The meeting several others and within three min- TO JACKSONVILLEMr. reflecting upon the authorities who

''! last night was the first time the utes physicians pronounced him dead. See those beautiful pictures in I and Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles left hired them. Orlando papers may ignore Florida: Fair and slightly

r'Is1sters'haveseen r. each other m forty Kuehl was regarded as one of the December Ladies' Home Journal at I last night for Jacksonville for a visit or condone these matters. I am colder: today; partly cloudy; moderate

(OII years. crack amateurs of the night. Curtis & O'Neal's book store. of several days. (Continued on page 4) westerly winds.i .

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South Florida: Sentinel I I'inetliK! county voted for 71:' mile Kansas! Pity Mo. Him It Uraity! ,

MOMNINO AND WttKlV I-f muck hlithnny, l It y it itmjnHty of 71rotp : :upend scar rllttt'lI''IIIIt! | ftl.1. Tulips Freesia

III I N's' , ,M.ne.tt.dtl.t \( *, III other worse. 4 entry Innj'ir- ,\t"IIItI'I'| | |iul>ll!lier, lm" hnulc n >-nlof : ,
rtrnl'NftI! h..lnu I Ity vote ipnt">piiM''I I oiie tulle' of brick ', the nt"lhat,I iilul Unliiltitf of in,
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Nil iiuut Hid v.rtiiN to wurK Ihebal4y4 1'i\1\' war 1 114111 \in favor\ of umpul- Homnn Jlywfnth, ; =- "u"
414. MlHMWIHTIom PAVAKIK IN needs to ba I without entldoynsentLeft I"ory iiMMi.g i, mil) rt UitfB elaleins Dutch Hnmun Hyacinth, .tU2-; -.. ." .....,..

AIIV4P"rM" -- hours.SIDELIGHTS, ..rely and navy, They are the onljhmgd ) Misetl Slnule Tulips, tlo/,----_--.=-----' tlaCtile ,

Til AlsvpNTlbl.Ns' ; that can keep! this country 04t f.i1lies, nch-------------------..tOJCHant

lap, far ifc.pUy III"! nil .ik.. N".'" )if was"bar ; White Narcessus, each-5c
U,,ril>U( 11I11" hi Made. lit I' lbs batmtMrt Graaty utttnjeil the University; Paper Whte Narcessus, 2 for_5c
of iki ..11""" nul aster tM" 1 p. r.
lit. ti W.f..t* pul4icsH'". TH rule' cpplictt I of Missouri and received his firs Lord Malanley Hyacinths, each_lOe
.......* for r.nlr.cl ditrtiMHf II UlKtrublc _lOc
W. Branch.The each
.M Bill bt trimly' .dh rd. t.. 3y S. newspaper training in Kansas City. Marie Hyacinths,
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-- 25c
--- Hyacinth glasses each
butwcribcn doiring The. seating dI coQ-
., ultacc ntmg, on KANSAS ROADS M.U GET
nboulj notify lb in
the dnucd date of eiplralion; otherwise. It will be county fair season is beginning $25,000,000: We solicit mail orders from out of town customers. Add 5c dozen for postage.
oniinuetl .t tug regular .ulwtrlption .ta and several newspapers in different

an,:il notir... ,Sumfc, to atop,, b fin oivrd.Trlph 14 sections are already claiming that Topeka Kas.-Plans for good road; :r. L. DE
they are going to have the "largest
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1915 rounty fair in the state." Possibly egislation were formulated by the

so, but as Orlando is to have a five ommittee of 100 which has just met "The DLMIQ: : niiri R eed i Mnn"
to make a bargain, be in classy in Topeka to arrange for a state wiJemeeting <
It takes two rounty fair we are to a PROPRIETOR
the winter. The construction -
but only one of them gets it. ourselves. If the others are event during
-0-- fifth as large as ours they will be of rock highways and the DRUG STOREORLANDO
The Bulgarians were driven back will worth seeing. advisability of voting $25,000,000 in
then did not bonds by the state to bulid six road:
four times, but even
- advocated by members of the< FLORIDA
to realize that they were ex- were
seem "Get ready for a treat when the ommittee and will come up for dis-
pected to stay back. .....-.: -A
their suggests "
I Elks present play ussion at the winter meetintr.
the Tampa Tribune. They do not
There time when a horse
was a
thief was swung from a tree. Nowadays I wait for the play up here. They just The want ad's the thine. FOR SALE! Il
go to the club house several times a
however auto thieves are pop-
I' lay and have the treat. I
ular. -0- )HLAMO IS FAST PKOVINX.. : BURGLARS! My l residence, corner north Orange second floor. Lot. 154:; feet tm' >nOrange
---n.--- and Robinson avenues containing avenue. Grounds .itti.u-!I i v
According to an olTicial announcement The literary instructor of a West ITS NAME I Library, Reception Boom Den. Sewing ,'I arranged, and sprayed b>' und.
"A nti.Ain't Room iMning Room l Kitchen. ground ijstem.Large .
college has organized an -
made this week from Los Angeles ern teach 1---1 Pantry, Jrocery Koom. Lavatory. all garage and log calnn plavh I
the approximate production of Society. The object is to City Beautiful'There I WHY SHOULD I YOU WOHUY? 4 on first floor, with bath and a sleeping citrus fruits this year in California I the abolition of "ain't" nnd other i apartment with cloven windows" I'1, furnished. ,
the vocabulary of closets and storage room on I it tm
i IH forty-seven thousand car loads,, monstrosities from have been over 10 mile IIf i and seven
valued at thirty million dollars. the members. Good.; Let us organ- rick streets' put down within the Let a Burglary Policy in I'aOIU

0 he an "Anti-You AH" ooolety In Or- cit)' limits In the past year, borders, ( : ;lA CASUAL1TY CO. CHARLES P. DOWFERTILIZER

Kcvlsion of the federal neutrality Intnlo.We. on> each side l>y concrete side walks, Protect You Night and Day !

law no the department of justice can -0- which will be cOhtl'tdNlthl" winter. -- -
i iI
tlctillth olfettPCH dllflcult tf hot 1m11O""lh1t quite nurrrv with some of his Iteuutlful homes dcmnhd benutlfuIdeuitlks

to reacts under existing ntut critics thnl' I'leMdrnl Wilson would and streets. and It take" > I In Case of Loss

ute In one of the ,"kit congress, will exhibit better tttoto If he did not "keep 1411 three tn make n beautiful city

I II* naked l Its uitdeltnkv' Hi use I I'I rsunlsigsrsnion Mrs.\ Snit ipilte mi, much In the lime If n g ooi| Mdewnlk luis not breinit I PUOMPT() SKHVICi' ; ANDK'lTI.KMKNTCJUAHANTKKI I

ll":ht. There will be time enough for down In flout' of your pare" yoine I : : : (; )

-=-=-=-=0 Mutt after frhp ",'('lIm".* 1\1\ fll, \\'II"on, not dolim your pint to nuike tin I

'It* lUtaunuiht '1',,""Ii, 1'?nlerps14"| the Hot lady of the land Only n lit- ..Ity 1"11 uti rllt. I hove Hovn InM'MlluulIni. and
remnrknM' tie over 1'of.' of months hovepn
U IIll\t"'Ult'lIt.1'.III'"nllllll"| "A little Unimlng U 11 tl n.Kermu .n"'d slurp the I frat\ Mrs. WlUon.vvns AdJu"tlnlt Since HurKlary IS'.HJJKO. Claims! Fresh, hhlpnu-nt", I'ULVMUI/KI I I U SIIKKP..: MANl'UK.' :

thing," 11")'" the HlrmlnelmmAro.er laid away Cull\ the ju"t", In lli'Ht", for Ferns Lawns Flower nnd ( Jarilen,

|| ,,M. That remind ui of n -0-- niiLANim (coNcuirn: 1111't''IIINSON
Persist Iptnwii pamphlet which Mnrtiinut "In thorp any dovo of pence'" \\'OIU111111 \ ( A, G"t yours( now.Orlando.
'A wine sun mnketh a (glad queries' the) pnrngriipher of the TlmesUnlon. ( AutntHooms
father PUP' n KIIIIII l old (lernmn jmiVerli. The Amerlcitn eagle would get flgutes\ on all classes of con,' 1.0 Plume 71)0Walklni ) )

." It begins to look 118 thoughPope metnmorphoHe himself Into one It rete work. !' lUockAJUJOW&OMNNJ e

and Holuimth had better look to they would quit throwing bombs nt Shane I w\!): HU)I Long SI, Seed & Produce Co.
thrlrttertimtiy I I"utl't.. him long enough! tn give him nn opportiintly .,-r

--tl--- to get stnrted.There .. ( i :200! ( S. Grunge! Ave. Phone 100
nte,t the Mninluhl. In 'INTOwhen -u- I i

after n few Minn. itmnlln nffltflillntfi seems'" In be tI ren"oiwblequestion I l
\ she. funiiMPifit' 1 l-'innrp In n \ ns tu wliPthpr Utivnl' hlitlisihool ; I
war Mist hiss latter lietffttt\, tleritintiyItMK of .kKMiivllle' or tlimlpitlowithielt \ !

t \ Ills( t Iwo Illilni) phivliiftx, AUiU't !! whims loin the, thrttnH'W' fnotlirtlll 1 DUILDING : ORLANDO >'bV I.

illtil,, litiHriltlP I I,, Midi iMililc rfnlU'P" |pay l 11'11111 of rioitilii, mill tltev me ass ritiII.HI > \ 44CII1)3T

Illtl 'lillllitlt, ,llIlIttfli! l,.111.,11| .1"..I tlltllklif I tltiil' il U ililtU'ult to iiiutHM'e It.I"'MIIIg for our r1
II, HMH t llli.lHrtllil' IMllliiHlH. llf 11'1t.l trtoiui C OiLimlii. |ill |illal i -iiMiinImlf AS AORNTS, we Invest t money snfcly'

lard If Ueinmiiy U\ "I"IIllah..1| | in\ way lietwenn the two town"' H'I) customers; manure their real: nnd personal

thin\ war, will,. FrHncu" tltfin.tinl sissy' will l.e. ((list to arrange for tend l *W*1 I properly: look alter their taxes and other obligations ) ; Yancey Meat Market, Inc.

Inns. ? I'.vpr l sinrii IrtTil 1 it has been' lain the two teams whrueter they ire dividends.
the nmliton| | of Prance, to li'lulm1 the, leml)' for the I liable.snT.imovrs I collecting rentals, Interest and FUUV PAID UP

old scaie. T. A, YANCEY, Jr, Free and Mgr.
-u--- : ron mrr.Nsu: INCOME INVESTMENTS, Mortgages and Bonds ORLANDO. FLORIDA

I'lNEM.AS: CnlJ TYniNttlC.TlTI.Tlm
; Boston, "Iass.-By February 1, six Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

(St. IVtf rbhurjr Times) forty-foot seagoing speedlmats will BUILDING MATERIALSAND Florida and Western Meats
service if ,
for government
The Orlando Sentinel last nightrailed lie ready

up the Daily Times at midnightand needed. They are being built York by and a Oysters, Pish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Klc.
extended its heartiest congratulation company of wealthy
to Pmellas county, over the victory lioston men to be offered to the government Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Order

of the good roads bond issue in in case a necessity arises. PHONES I Business 135 P. O. BOX 326
have \ Cor. Orange Awe. and Church St.
the naval officials Residence 133
The Sen- Although
the election held yesterday. i
tinel stated that it had just heard the taken no action the plan is known to can save you time, money and worry on your

news and wanted to be the first out- Assistant Secretary Roosevelt, and he building operations. Our clients are satisfied.

side county to extend its con ratula- I' is said to be much pleased.The I
being built at Lyon .:. ::
tions. It was. The message was received oats are :
at midnight. They will be equipped with defense The4arI Gt:
---0--- guns. The cost of each will be about

AN ELIZABETHAN $3,000. It is intended by the ownersto OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALI1 Y
nucleus' of a naval
( York World) reserve fleet. A Offer!
finished the little fleet FRESH AND SALT MEATS
Winston Churchill is the son of a As soon as
outside route from under the best sanitary conditions.
and of the will take Kept
talented American woman 150 feet fronting east on
brillimtlerratic Lord Randolph Sandy Hook to the Delaware Breakwater We offer a lot 74.8 feet by Circle Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
Southern drill groundsof Elam Street just three lots off beautiful Lucerne
Churchill ,who at thirty-seven became I for the and puree1Ve
chancellor of the exchequer and died, the navy department. where Elam street, America street and Lucerne Circle invite i inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

worn out at forty-six. lie is descended This association was started by A. intersect. Lot faces East is high and dry, level has everything in the Meat Line.
from the greatest English 1 Ix>ring Svvasey, yacht designer oaks in front and is in the RIGHT location. PRICE $1500.
soldier, Maryborough. In five years member of the New York and .FI. i1--i. Sel-E ltd <- 0.
loan good security.
to on
clubs. We have $1000
his entry yacht
of warfare that prefaced
into parliament he served in Cuba,, I 11 PHONE NO. 80

with the Spaniards; in India, Egypl, Ii i, 101ILE: ARIZONA AUTO RACE IN Orlando Real Estate Co.

and South Africa.
:tr. Churchill is forty-one years j I E. B. BRADLEY I
Ariz.-The final automo- PHONE ;Sot 1 I
old but commonly caricatured as a Phoenix be ATKINS BLOCK II III
lie is in fact young with 1 bile race of the 1915 season
big boy. I I :
the youth of the race; an Elizabethan I run here the afternoon of November If You Do Not Believe
of the
Englishman; a man of enterprise and ::20:! when nearly all the stars
meet in a 150 mile race DIE 1111111111111 ItIi
adventure, not afraid of responsibility Pacific circuit 11111111111 H II
5,000; on the one \ has like a locomotive and ridest
and audacious: movement. His little for prizes totalling ONLY! that the Chalmers power
praised remark atout the British mile track at the Arizona state I like a parlor car, just call for a demonstration at 14 E.
navy "digging out" the German fleet grounds.As Spbt Cash! No Delivers I At These Prices
does, after all, express what the navy \ the Cactus Derby, a classic!!' that Ii $2.30 I Church street, or phone 223. '
-- 4
Wheat ------
Best -------
---- ,
finishing point ----
its ----
was built to do. Of his blunder at had Phoenix for event isregarded Purina Scratch______________---------_$2.30 .
the Dardanelles-rather a betrayal has been abandoned, today's ______$2.00
de luxe of ._ T. S. Scratch______------------
hy the Greeks-Arthur Lynch truly as the hundreds motor race of automobile Hay ________________________________ $1.10

said it was the blunder of a man who Arizona, and from all parts of the Sweet Feed____________..I______________$1.65 CUALMERS MOTOR CAR CO.

was trying to do something. I. parties are here watch the race. I Bran________________________________ $1.55 I
history! at all events will not let Southwest! to I White Corn Meal ,92 Ibs,________________$1.75

the British people forget that the one HORN Yellow Corn Meal, 100 Ibs.______________$1.90 I
the I WAY UOUNU D. Phillips
Freeman V.
naval service of the war LONG ___22c and 45c Mgr
supreme Lard 2s and 4's in Palls_______ I ,
of the fleet together, after
keeping the 1914 maneuvers' was the joint I New York.-First of the Pacific Come One Come All This I is the first of our Saturday II EAST CHUKCIt StttEfcT. I'HONE MS.

work of tlnttenhprg, who wn< hound- fleet of steamships forced by the Panama Special: Try Them. L

pd t out of office! for hU Opftnnti nntnp. canal elides! to po around through/ I - -

and! of Churchill who throw up attire! 1 the RtrnUs of MIlIt'tlnn'M the The Co-Operative Produce Co
t which nrHted I
the leas torturous wnrk of the \ nhlrttt, from Senttle,

t for hthrhtoll, here. *e!''It*hilt! )' She the mrttle Tnclfle the kids tpyflge of \V S. IMYIlt Mttr Nu. 101 K. Church Ht, IMIONtt 4t7 Try A Sentinel Want AdtHE ,

.u.i I from Pntmrna thlttrt''t'tt, on days., .... . . . . . . ..... . .. ..... . . . .. ... . . .. . .
luau (hp pentlnel for. \the Mfi the 'rttnnl In

F : 1

I --hiBnfroji-: I A Timely

And _
r! to buy your Shoes now at buy your Shoes is at the
i RemarkableTo
these wonderful low sale prices Big Store's Big Shoe Sale




Of Women's Misses' and Children Shoes


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

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

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

lot! No. 1. Misses' and Children's Lot No. 4. Ladies' Gun Metal, Tan, Lot No.7. Ladies' Patent Gun
Shoes Patent Gun Metal)and Kid,sizes Patent and Kid Shoes, -Oxfords and Metal and Tan Shoes. In this lot you
8 1-2 to 2. These Shoes are specially Pumps. This includes Cloth and White will find some wonderful good bar-
good for school wear, as they are all in I tops, former values up to $6 to closeout gains. Shoes that are really worth
good leathers and styles. Former pri- I at $3.15 a pair double what we ask for them in this
ces up to$3.00,to be closed out ,t sale $1.95 a pair
$1.00 a pair
I i Lot No. 5. Ladies' Patent, Tan and
Lot No. 2. Misses' and Children'sShoes i Kid Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps. Good i Owing to limited space
in Patent, Tan and Velvet,in qualities and styles. Values up to $5, r
sizes for the larger school girls Thisis in this sale $2.85 a pair I we mention only a tew of
a wonderful lot, and well worth
$2.00.$2.50 and$3.00 to be closed out at I the many wonderful bar-
$1.60 Lot No. 6. Ladies' Kid, Gun, Metal,
a pair
Tan and Patent Shoes, Oxfords and gains in the Shoe Depart-
Lot. No.3. Ladies' Patent Pumos. See this wonderful lot as
Tan Dull
ment during this Great Sale.
they are exceptional good values that
.. Kid and Gun Metal Shoes. This is a
wonderful you cannot afford to miss Values up The within the
opportunity to purchase prices are
to 51.50 specially priced at
regular $3.50, $4 I 00, $1.50 and $5.00
qualities in this sale at $2.50 a pair $2.35 a pair I reach of all.

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

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


Owing to the large business of the last year on ,

Shoes we have accumulated hundreds of pairs that we

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

your gain. You can furnish the family for less than

\\ half the money you ever did before. t


The Yowell-Duckworth Co.


- -
n.\n"ss .MADMANContinued :

( from page l1
Winter Park News under no such obligation, and I refuse -
to be bulldozed or cajoled intoa
silence that would be cowardly in

the face of the contemptible epithets
applied to me because I have fought

consistently for three years for as-

Daily Budget Of Items ConcerningThe phalt No roads.matter what board of trade of It's' A Banquet of Aopetizing Bargains to Partake of Ifticli

Town And Rollins CollegeSCHOOL others may do, the editor of the Lake

'Region dient only fears to only his conscience.If his God and. is obe- Is to Whet One's' Appetite For the t Turkey Dinner

AID ASSOCIATION" BOARD OF TRADE VOTES FOR he has made any inaccurate

MEETS I PUBLICITYThe statement about Orange county'sgood Having cause to be thankful for a very satisfactory" year, we give thanks in an easily-
The Winter Park School Aid Asso- Winter Park Board of Tradeat and bad brick roads, it was
I understood and generally appreciated way by providing through Thanksgiving Sale
ciation held an interesting meeting its meeting yesterday afternoon based upon reports first published in at very low prices, big lots of new Winter Goods. Wishing to forget no one we
yesterday afternoon, a good number voted in favor of subscribing $200 to the Orlando Reporter-Star, copied generously provide for everyone.. Truly it will be a merrier holiday if selections for
the "Florida First" publicity cam- into the Sanford Herald, and then
being present. The chief feature of !
and home are first made from these assortments
the meeting was an interesting talk paign, which is being organized to into the Eustis Lake Region.
by Miss Harriet Layton, the recently advertise the attractions of the Landof God Almighty's rain water injured YOUR FIRST THOUGHT NEW DRESS OR SUIT FOR THE HOLIDAY

appointed county canning club demon- Flowers throughout the North and Orange county's boasted concrete-

strating agent for this county. West. curbed brick highways; a Eustis pho- ,
The members of the association also tographer took the pictures of the

spent some time discussing the mat I OFFICE BUILDING: FINISHEDThe : wreckage and this paper printed them ({," q

ter of attempting to secure a build- office building which Dr. J. A. -and then the editor, with Mr. J. L. lI' \ :' >_

ing adequate for the needs of the I Trovillion has erected on his residencelot LaVake, of Eustis, went over the I 4 tt't ; r: ; -- ,
local school by the op tning of the has been completed and will be Apopka-Orlando road threeieeks I "- \ !

coming school year. This is a mat- occupied in the near future. after the washouts, and was amazedto / : : ;= ,--l-t "Im$ : 1f 1\

ter of vital interest to the town, as discover "rutting" and rattling of r.., \3'i., : /. : "
the present building is far from be- "PAIR OF SIXES" A GOOD SHOW the brick road elsewhere along the :\ .: L.I I I !J .l/\t1/ \
: '
ing satisfactory. The ladies hope that I line, that condemns the road as des- Be i liz'ar t .
by next year an attractive and up to The Jefferson was well filled withan tined to early disintegration.Not 11 i \' I, .. \' \ :-, } s\
< J.
date building, capable of taking care I appreciative audience Tuesdaynight an editor in Orlando had visited -' j \ =- ,e' .(b
of the growth of the school for the who thoroughly enjoyed the their injured highways! Nevertheless II I 'J lAe! ; { :' I I/4.-- '"\. /',-" 1 \

next few years, may be erected. I'farce comedy, "A Pair of Sixes." The they howl because we deduce I J \ I ";"f'I"'" :$ fi:, ', \ : "" . \
?I n (
play was made to create laughter and from the occurrence the truth that i j I #, -' '" ,b'1J.J -
ATTRACTIVE SHOW WINDOWS: I it certainly succeeded at Tuesdaynight's brick is not the proper material for I I ::{ fi .lt j \ .. '; /1% '\

W. II. Schultz's display windows I performance. Each and every Florida highways, unless laid in con- J ( I :; '71"-!:::# i ;" toO' q &, \\
attracted considerable attention yesterday member of the company fully measured crete at three times the cost of the L :il.1:41.. : S l iIt. ( ,!< 3' '
t.. .
because of the attractive way I up to the requirements of the wonderful sand-asphalt roads of Lake "". \ -- '"''' ,.a.'... 1"
in which they were decorated. In the plot which was distinctly original.The county! \ vN L-.J--/- i\ + -_

front window an artistic design, car- I company, after leaving St. Au- Let that soak in-with the rain - .
ried out most effectively by the use gustine, played Palatka Wednesday water! /

of radiating streamers of varicolored night to good business and are booked I challenge the Orlando Board of 1/ l t 1 ti lJ0 tf\S
crepe paper, forms an attractive I tonight at Gainesville. Later in the Trade to request Commissioners of ,
background for a display of the very week they visit Orlando, Lakelandand Orange county to grant the earnest I

latest things in gents' furnishings. I Tampa, and the people of these petitions of Winter Park citizens to Nothing more opportune! We have just received the second shipment of exquisite new

,cities can be assured of their money's lay a demonstration strip of sand- I Dresses that our contract calls for. We cannot describe them. We cannot find words to

REFRIGERATING: PLANT: worth in genuine amusement and fun.J isphalt road and let the public of express their beauty. We are more than astonished at their lowness of price
The work of enlarging the Winter I"A Pair of Sixes" is hard to beat ,I inge county learn the truth! OJ'I I
Park Refrigerating company's plantis when it comes to a matter of furniShing It is the veriest child's play to Linens. For Thanksgiving and After
progressing favorably. A consid- laughs and plenty of them. It is!1 empt: to bridle an editor for rippinghe I

erable addition to the plant is being certainly one of the most pleasing 1: mask off the brazen-faced brick I
made in order to accommodate the productions of its kind that ever visited 1 Lrust and expose to view the hollow- J: wa

machinery necessary to pump the city St. Augustine.-St. Augustine I less of its preposterous claims.

water, for which the company was Record. j Whenever incidents arise to sup-
recently awarded a contract. The above excellent attraction will port the claim that brick is a dear

appear at the Lucerne theatre tonight delusion, I shall publish them, the
OVERSTREET GETS REWARD Orlando Board of Trade to the con-

Marshal D. C. Overstreet, who cap- trary notwithstanding.It .
tured the escaped yegg, Cranther, in TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY matters not whether it was a .

Winter Park Thursday, has already flood, an earthquake, or faulty construction -
received the fifty dollars reward I VANTED-Cooking stove or range, or poor engineering, or
with hot water front. 1'ox 351.; what not the Panama canal has beenutterly
which had been offered for the man'scapture. 1-20-31 ,
Cranther was captured late closed by n landslide, and the
Thursday and the pherllT's check arrived nut faN'ft.nrItlemmht: / furnished ,giant. scheme has now been pronounced -
yesterday morning. \ rooms' with private family, : n colossal failure! and blun
We In. 802 North Orange/ ItH nue. .
i2nrUKKKYMt-Jwk"l': der.
1IUMY 1II',1'.H Likewise, the Seminole l county brick frhfl'l'"h nntl unowy tablu linens will mid ttmU'rlidly" to the} enjoyment of the 'l'hllnk",

The girl of Clovetlrnf' plan to hold ( 1 TUHKKYH: 2.1:tl'. per I" romU III'It perfect nhotthm\ rotten, $jrlvlni$ flt., They lire t'xwptlonnl iUiilltlen| in n very IwmlMomw\ rniifu of beautiful,,

n "l>uny l lIt'," putty, tonight, nml the for Thanksgiving, :< ; ills gnllon, new,drortriu MI 'UK! ,lottrn. rot"ten: the AtoikH.OrhimU| | deMljriw nomo of the dainty effect", being reproduction' of quaint old colonial pattern
young men of the rollout tire Invited chat(it'ortriii yrtii lucl| Florida tur. J'*T Stoie. :'Jl? ll.,ott" brick, hl h"11 have I been ,texted, anti which are HO much in demand\ nt the present time. They "are" priced a*' linens uod to

In nttpml.Voik for the mi mini Y.W. st trert.' n-'ii-au-:': found wanting, and I have IIn wpology .. be., priced before>> the supply ran short and price", went upward
for the photographs und T2 Inch Table Damask, Special 1'rke---------------------------------------- vjcHemmed
C, A. I'" ""f. \shkh come Interill printing
01J SAI.K' :-A good five room house the facts liul'l'lit"111)\ dozen_,_,_ J :
the season, will bo done I by the in tine condition, in good I locution; narrating na Napkins, $1,25
hoktesseu and their t'ut-bti during the hot und cold water; three lots; a bargain the Orlando Reporter-Star, corroborated 70 inch Half JJleached Irish Table Linen, Special price_,_7Dc
evening for quick| buyer. Call at the by eye-witnesses and by the indisputable Nap: to match, dozen----------------------------------------------------- $1.50
iummeilin Il-20tfcF'OUN'DA conditions themselves.The 72 inch "Humidor" Linen (Our Extra Special, Pure Linen Damask, worth $1.50-ll5) !

T.U'KIM! HOUSK IMPROVE. package jewelry which Lake Region's: editor has the Big variety of designs-Napkins to match, dozen_ $3.75Our
MEETS the owner can have by calling at welfare of the taxpayers at heart, Collection of Hand Embroidered 1.Macleria Linen, in Tea Sets, Center Pieces, Scarfs,

The addition to the Daetwiler pack- the office of Lord & Itradshaw, describing 'has u clean consistent record along Squares, Runners, Napkins, Handkerchcifs Hags etc., etc.. SPECIALLY PRICED.SMART .
property and paying for this that line, and does not feel that the I
ing house will \be completed about} the notice. ll-'JO-litc: WK; WANT: YOU TO SEE THIS
first of the week. The company has aristocratic brick trusts, or blundering .-s,e.p..,.;\';.:-'..4, ,4'.
}been shipping oranges for tieveraldu's FOR SALE:-Fi\e acre farm, inside i commissioners, engineers or superintendents i:7 .". A
the city limits; four and a half of should' 1/ .
county -H Jt-;
any (). '-.i.:,: "
past. and grapefruit trees, .. "'-" 1
in Orange (
five and eight years old" in the best be defended at the expense of the <;' ...... -----f: ; """"'- .'..r.\,. NEW
STORK MESSENGERAn : M,ssible condition; all budded trees; truth! '.. 'ft.ut"""1 ;. "- . HAT
infant daughter arrived at the none finer or better in Orange county; If this be treason, make the most ,04 (1 :\. or
house and good barn. \
nice hewn room .
home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jerni- and of it. .. COURSE!
This is u "dandy" little place < .
gan last Monday via stork special must be sold at once. Talk quick. .. 25;
Mother and child are both doing t'n a pleasure to show you this place. : *!IN '. HIGH ,
nicely. Farmer," Box 771, Orlando Fla. 11 INTIIt: : ) : ARRIVE: / CLASS

l-'O-at:! LAST :NIGHTA : : Pattern

IIIIICK PAVING. PROGRESSING) : : .I... '1"" : And ruur._, "_ _
The brick paving i III being pushed MISS MAY HARDAWAY large party of winter remdentN ., ,,;} fii f3, : Trimmed I
thirty-fix in number, arrived In : .
na rapidly im l pomiililf, brick' having I HATSWorth
nlmtily \been laid nlong Oce<>lii und I'l'm.le' STENOGRAPHER: ( ( : Iniulo. >> last night over the Seaboard -.-' .... : III i<; I INCH SII.K i-oi'i.iN
()live iivrnucft' to ('hant """II"", WINTER PARK, I'l.A." 1.dlUlt Air Line from" (tilt,,," Falls N. \'.. to 'I- \ -' lip tos. I Our 11.00 quality| in all|| "htll| indu.limr '
spend the season. in thift city. The\ h $ .:o Iliitrk" Thiinkitfivlntr Sale
STot'lUUI'ISC; patty was. in rhnrg of Mr. Arthur t :t. for 1'rlce----------------: 7'JcHI
M\V'; I
1. I hillellnI'hlll'/ "' KM( (; \V. who. was nm>ni >unk'd \by c .. .
1' Diile & ('iitnpitny me irwivutumi Cary | I !/I. ? J $:.00 INCH SK| HUSH I'OI'I.INA )
lilt tend he tint of ladles. sweaters Mr*. Cary. .: '
and other good. for the winter trade.1VIN't'FIt !. Ml Work Neatly nnd Accurately Done I l beautiful quality; In nil the New
I OR :SALE; \"V Il rJ I i'nll color Our regular $1.2";.
Thanksgiving Sale Price9Hr!
; PARK NOTESMm. ::; Hating Kohl m place on I the north
Room No. 3, Schultz Hid*. : >
side of Lake Itnnhm-I offer for wile
!. Chas. L. Smith returned last! Fain at a bargain iti) Tamil} home, hare 10 Yards Outing Flannel for________83c; 10 Yards Unbleached Pure Linen Towling
Dr. C. W.
night from the North where she ha lies*. carriage and wagon; eke ni> All Colors-including White and Cream,
mall Buick ('ar.n) one desiring! to
beat spending the summer months DENTIST: inspect them can do *.. at the place Stripes and Checks. for, fJ3c; worth 12 l-2c yardIEX.S
just' past.! While away Mrs. Smith h>- asking for the caretaker, or railing
Office Hours: 8 to 12, 2 to 5. .
considerable time in Boston and ; on U. K. O'Nral at hU office.A.
pent other points of interest in Massachusetts. WINTER: PARK, FLA. I D. lal1or-. 11.0atcNMIHH : : :\ FURNISHINGS GROCERY DEPARTMENTSuggestion :
The new "Visor" Sweater is a Corker. for Thanksgiving
She will occupy her attractive - -- --- ------
home on Interlachen avenue duringthe .M tMtMM. M IMMHMM MM MM 3 styles in hall with, without and with All a Plum Pudding, Richelieu Nut Cake
winter months. Roll Collar Colors-All Wool- 1 lb. pkt. "Stones" fruit cake for__30c

Sized. All other "Stones" cakes, each lOc
Price $;j.00
Mrs. W. F. Blackman, who has been Do It Now
NEW GLOVES English Walnut Meats, Pecan meats,
attending the sessions of the Florida
Black Walnut Meats, Almond Meats
and Full Dress
For Street
Federation of Women's Clubs at De-
rthe New New Nuts of all kinds, NEW FAGS and
fait" should wea
To be "au one
Land for the few days, returned "BUICK" "FORD"Car
or a
Buy Currents
'to Winter Park last night.M. a Silk in White and Pearl Gray-Special DATES, Raisins, Citron
price 150 pair. Orange and Lemon Peels, CrystalizedFor
) to $2.50 Cherries and Ginger, Champanale.Call .
M. Smith left yesterday after- Other Occasions, prices $1.30

noon for Chuluota, and plans to put'' and be satisfied and See Our Delicatessen Department-It Is Something New In Orlando.DicksonIves .
in most of today hunting, returning
to Winter Park this evening.A .

celebrate number the of opening hunting of the parties hunting will Winter Park Auto Co. Co

season by spending the day in the

woods with dog: and gun. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

W. J. Catdwell arrived Iti WihltPark t "Orlando's I Favorite Shopping PlaceOrlando, PU,

,i freslerday( for the! Season! frottiNoHh

TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY -I i rI J'- -A Si J 0=-i: JI Ci1

1- 1- (@rlau n Surieft1 .of next Mrs.gathering.Geo. McCullouph for the t I I U "Get It At Allen's" U

Visitors at yesterday's meeting
were Mrs. F. Spencer, Mrs. Jesse of
SOCIETY CALENDAR: .I by the quartet. The aim of the Union Ohio, Mrs. C. Morris, :Mrs. P'IeIrs.: I I II

Saturday, :November' 20. is to reach the 200 mark in membership S. A. Robinson, and Miss Claire Rob- SERVILE r :
before next convention. It would inson.
Nulloa Club, Mrs. DeWitt Miller *
hostess. seem that the splendid convention 4utS.
just held would be an inspiration! for JENNINGS:' :' KE-ELECTED
RECEPTION FOIL PKESBYTEm wonderful progress in all depart. DeLand, Fla. Nov. 19.-Mrs.V.. S.
IRAN PASTOR ments of the work. Jennings was honored by re-election
A Ttry pretty reception was tendered to the presidency of the Florida Federation II /
!Rev. and Mrs. Thomas !It. a
VICTORY Hill ROMAN'S SUFFRAGE of Women's Clubs at the eessiort o
McConnell, at the lecture room of lhelttt'lIJ.tt'tlah : of the Federation this! morning e'' t
church l last! evening j r
The officers elected for the
Dr.) l afford, president of the FlorIda = ensuing!!
Kev. McCotinell ((9 the new I'reebyte
I lvUal; | Hurt rage AspwlaUoH, freluined = year arc the following! o w o
Hntl 'the large*
prtptnr! to (Orlando last evening' from l'tt'lIJt'l1l'Itll. W. 8 Jehtilngs. *1I1': \\11.1. (tltVK: HEAL& tllANKM
I ly attended hut only l II>y tttettiMs of ,
Vke'I'reMilehl at large-=
the Florida Federation ot Women'sClulif : : for of braeelet' wati'hes. l.avallleipa( ,
fhurrh IluI I ly one our rings tr othtr aril
%the 1'p"I''PII..n' is tit ,
s in pepeion, "i piatnl l) with the Moore. rle of Jewelry, I'ur the: gift mil ptptpso both tfeiieio"ity and toodtH
I taps fit oilier' dm it-It sI|"i\ .tsthttatt'He.The heeling tlll4rtl..ijlutillfl \'h't'Jlrt'\alt'I, \ ' 1"lfIi section, Mr.I =(ie Our, jeweliy' Is* moulded with! "I''' 'IItII\IIt'lIlIun( ( 'to tlltI,1 form
reception, \ Kivtw under the news was W. F, Millefj second Pe' 'tilllli M..*. J Hh-l with H btru't( tegard for s iyalitWe| shall be happy to chow
pa.bt.ed.iy|' that body endufbing theptluul n ht
auspices of the ItfdiP1 AM Hiwietypf yPltf
I P), JUndrtlli third 'tiun, Mrs- ('has.A. \
l putfraga movement Ami favoring
the fhiirclt, of which organization Kayi fourth (section, Visa Kath(/ r-
(the! of
Lira, Jackson U prf! iafel1t. A nuro-! (o the fonbtiUHion adoption( of an the amendment stale of jne Thorpei fifth I Action, Mrs I KJk'arl SODAS ALLEN & CO. JJWtl ERS,
Ver" of young ladies ussi&ted in serving wia, h
which consisted of "Florida for buifruae, The vote was Ib
Ira\ cream lefrebhmenta, rake unit) colFee. Rev. and I i i almost unanimous,+being 100 to 5, I Pickena.Recording )Serretar-Mrll. Jno. M. = ) 101:1ad

1\1\ n. McConnell are charming and II. -
Corresponding' Sccretar-Mra
they became better nriuainte| l with HERE: AND TIIERi: HEWING: II. Minium.

Orlando people na a result of the re- 1.1111 BEGINS SEASON Treasurer-Misa Kate Jackson. KOnAK no YOU TIIANSKIVINKnuiiiiri.MNj

ception. J Delightful musk was rendered The first meeting of the Here and Auditor Miss lleBsiu Williams INS ( IIP
\ for the occasion. The lecture There Sc\ving Club for the season State Secretary to the General 1'ed- with out paints. Then you'll he cure
room was artistically decorated with was held Thursday, when nil the el'lltillnIr Wm. 1 locker.. uf making a good! job of it, one that
lowers members, mid n number of frieniN, + AtPharmacy will do you credit and one that will
+ were entertained! very prettily at the f'iOC'TitrnH'': : : or ISTIUIST: : I.IKI! for )'l'Cln. Till ua your plan
w. ('. T. I'. bllI: :tIN( home of Mrs. I"'. A. Gillette, at 112EaKt : Mm. John S. Arnold. ., .1 r., after n acid wp'll supply just the right paints,
The flrM. regular meeting of the : Amelia' avenue. visit!' of .cevrral dnyn to her parents rtiMith, which to do the Work.

W. ('. T1., after the convention The tnoMt important event uf the :Mr. and Mm.I W. M. SU-moim, left yi opened( yesterday afternoon with 11praixe tifternoiiii was the election of olficern nftcrntHiii for her I home in }.j Orlando 1'aiitl & Wall C.
service (led by the'IIIIItI'II"tI M tit. (:ieo. M. cy, Routine ( tn serve were M tll. C. II. Whlttler, 205 S. OrangtAvtnut
bindncM omiplcd, but M short, pieildent" ; Mri c Gen.: II. McCullouiih., ,: UliAN: !HI'IM'liH' : ( Phone 201CAREY
(Imp. MM (tI In, dcidip was! In plowed" to vlre-pieoident" and M I'.. F, A. tillIrlle - CI I MAN & KUAN
New DiiKlnnd: ulylc, nt MrM.Hulindiiy Iwlpht's."
the pnlllniiiftitnry' dill), I tilt' topic" for secretary.I''otlowitiir , .
/ NiiMMtdirr :'Jo': front' rll\11:\ > l III
(lie 'iiifetlntf.!I Much ,Inlftrnt WHN! niiuiIfeMwl "- (lie plan of the pievlotiNneitMiii 7 oVI'ivk Illtkrd lifttli* fur null'iii'iuiiiilly I'HONi: :20
In this! feature of th. woik, the club will meet every t two ut Ji.'io:: uVli.ckj; nUii",. hilt tats
and, errat benefit\ derived from It. weeks. nt the home of ,pima one of liUi'iiitH"' ithd salad /Sunduy dinner.
from I I':' until :'J itVlock.' 'l''unkllliv''
A pleiulntf selection WAN tendered the, member and wall invited( to tliutOMMMMMMeiMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM ing dinner, November :25!: from I 12: HANDFUNERAL
until -' oVImk, II-.'i)-lti-

GASOLINE2Oc 1\1 rll. Fannie Finch, of Cooper town, --- ---- --- AND EMBALMERAll
N. V., arrived yesterday to spend her
second season in Orlando.Mr. .
Per Gal FavoriteTODAY'S

and Mrs. F. E. Brown and in- calls answered Promptly Dayor

teresting children Francis and Kath- TKOGUAM
Way's Auto Inn"The erine, have arrived in Orlando from Broncho. "I'hantom Extra." A Night. Hand Block. |

Grand Rapids, Mich., and are now drama in two parts, featuring Rhea
comfortably settled in their winter Mitchell and Richard Stanton. Orlando Florida.
San Juan Is Opposite Mr"Corner -
:Majestic.: "The Straw :Man.: ,
home, 20C East Livingston avenue.
Orange and Central. Open Until 10 P. M. Komic Comedy. "A Corner in I I
111'Demountable Hats." PHONE 639. RESIUEMEPHONE 457,
M M i I i ,111",1111,11",11111111111 8 APPRECIATIONMr. Four good reels of Mutual movies.
Five cents to all.
and Mr*. F. II. Williams wishto
express their heartiest appreciation Orland Cafe will serve a New Eng-
of the overwhelming evidences land Thanksgiving dinner at 75c. per . II I ,1" . 111111111111111111111111111 II 111111" .
pate.lake:: your reservations early.
of sympathy shown them in so many l-ll-20-2t
various ways during their anxious
-- -- --
time owing to the accident to their
son, Douglas, who they are thankfulto I : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R O'NEAL ;
say is steadily improving in health.


First Baptist Sunday school
wishes to announce to all tourists and
visitors in the city that a special Every Friday Afternoon School

class for ladies and gentlemen will Children Session, Girls 5c,
s ''be organized next Sunday morning,
Boys lOc
November 21, which will be known as
f 1 the Visitors' Class. This will be in Lady attendant to look after the
addition to the adult classes whichwe Children Insurance Loans Real Estate
already have and will be under

the efficient leadership of Miss Eunice Rentals

DeLaney, who has been appointed as EUROPEAN BLOCK PARTY
teacher. To hear Miss DeLaney expound -
r Friday Night, November 19th.
the lesson once means that you
will be a regular attendant while in
the city.
The Sunday school meets promptlyat ROLLER POLO

9:45 every Sunday morning, and Tuesday Night, Nov. 23rd.
all visitors to the city are most cordially -
.V good game and you will like itTIL1"liSGIVI1"G
invited to attend. FSSiAIiLIsIIED I ibsl


Rims for Fords I Dr. J. .F. McKinnon; returned yesterday AND)MASQUERADE GRAND: ) MARCH MMMMMIMIIMIilllllMMIIMIMIMiMIMMMMMREO

nfternoon on the Tampa Special -
from DeFuniak Springs! where November 261tt'1I1

he hits attended the Presbyterian ('.iltNll'illGRAND
Synod, which met nt t that plnri-! on
Complete set four wheels Tue..drty. and ndjmmifd 1hur' ..di.vttlitld. : .
/ It-*. Dr.' Molfrtt. .'n..tllt. nf

and one extra riot All (tin- I'lrcl I'tfd'jrfHlrth, : rlnirrh of PMII <-
wsttv.l:i. wits alcett"' ) hHIII"tlllt" : htra
II 1', \Yllkl, of Iliifulln.. ,,1..,Is.
complete! and put( on fur Mtnl \\\f\r\ KMM I lijrttfti. <'I-tttlttilMt| -ln khllt '
\\ nWfit' flHtt IIi,huttlii litMe'. 1'I( HAY

hIsuNH I ItUl I'ttlil, H ltHll tll! t"( 'ittl-
l's hssSii. .,
IIIIIII, $$ rt11/11.N't': ' wit 1

$$20 ,ti., 16titnn ;erlliwl,, j ii
ill'' IJ 1It ; tivafa '
invs.ttnentTURKEYS' ,\ 'F uo I"MI'iliUU| ( llth With

-- 'I.IM.IAN' WAI.KKII'\ ; (


1 Iff. PHILLIPS & S SONS I fhiiken.Call race= fat turkeys and, heist!get prices and spring before An Episode From $950,00, t''. 0, II, Orlando

purchasing. E.: A. McDowell McNeill 'HAXARIS OF HELEN"
& Das building! S. Orange avenue.OSTEOPATIHC Are Here. Let show
Series us you
210 S. Orange Ave. --- --
SURGEON This Wonderful Car

Dr. Howell, osteopathic physicianand THE SEARCH FOR
surgeon, announces that he has
: returned from Harvard University, CLIMATE"One
where he took post graduate work in PALMS AUTO CO.
eye, ear nose and throat diseases. of George Ades Famous"Fables"
: Also physical diagnosis (nerves
heart, lungs, kidneys and other vis-
cera), and electrotherapy and conta- N. Orange Ave. Phone 400
: gious diseases. Office, Cheney build
ing, opposite San Juan hotel. Telephone
; *1"Ii.iiIIIS1111111111111110h1111101J4I : Office 617; residence 1018. 5c 10c


PROFESSIONAL: CARDS. tendon at its closing session passed' T. no'" nOl'Cm! RIDERS RKAin' ,
I H H. CARL DAMN TO HAVE( a resolution of thank to nil citizen-- FOR NEW WAR I

ROBINSON & BEARDALL and organization of Orlando whichso
heartily contributed time, talent ORLANDO: ROOFINGANt
ATTOKNEY-AT.LAW end money to mnk the convention l..onh.-'ol. Iloo'vv U'fl supposed| | '
flu best 1 ever held in the .state, tunl scheme' for raising! n cavalry lirltriule
No -I I West Title Sreet of 12.oo t ( mm for "t't\ice against t Uvr-
SECURITIES whereas!, t the Im-iil union recline IloitUev
in the event 'It'nt' ntnl the SHEET METAL COM
sere the first t "MTijiipnt of the. ..e ninny (
Phone 101 Tutors, hiitlttif hud nil nitithifetttent* (*ul COMPANY fin HIM, t'IIIt\"t'lItllIlI in tht-ir ImtuU itlid) the I l 1"11 tIlt HIP ul'II"l"tulIlInlf'| | tie-
(Wining It only nilltifc that' Ihe>rslutuld IIrtllt'11 hp )',hIPt 11.1\... III it iliaflittn tnl Slnta Tile Tin Agbcgte
I = I'nldl N'e* VciK lit the hang
DAVIS & GILES t eMireii'. t'tiMirly their liPrtllfellIhrthk
I 1"1111" tmw mi II. tall I"'hlltIll' I l.pitiflii tit Hll |ifttllM' Hint on imMjrninl Mail.AflpP. and Rubber Roofings 4
ATTOIINKYH-AT-hAW I it hilly III,1')' UPMIP uf I lu' \ willingly Mi'dt I tilth I, ,,), I IIP, it I the I.IIit""iftt11" Ml-
\tllfll, Having inured the M"I Rh'pa' JlpaoUp.l" Dial v\p liprpliy, pnpip. Illnnk, !M)o", "I liP tfp""fl1l, calumet., Corllltt' Sk>lijlih( UrDUlin.'roIllAlilin., Alclal' '" frlllll.a-.
Phone 79Ilooma >I I of Mr, Harvey Allpn, une if the l 1.e,,lfttp mil. liPftlty I lltrtllU ttltil hl'I'TpvlrttlMll' i to ntsjlra, 11n'.1 !some of I the "itl'tiHh"' fur
) _w0fflpn in the country fur the the (prlhtera, fit those *ott ilwMrfUn t | 'the new HiiMtrh Hiders wets MctgaA.aelected .
) 5, 0, 7, ,- Work" l I 14 E, Church SI, a ORLANDO
Oilamto), IteeyritiM t'Mmiwny.'i man* the city, tit the, firm *hu lilt ppioprMtply i, antl Mr, HAOIi,1t calculated
Davis & MoN m Bloch.' apeil I dy W Ai Middle:, thl trio i.- dworated, their wtiudms, to IhlHhin three months after the
destined to lead real, e t tatt men in> j the parK commi... ion who furnished declaration of war he anal his men ----
Central' Florida A fast pace, Uesides) } beautiful fresh robes. each day for the would' ) be in flankers,
hu own business, MrJ J Mann will i lit 1 Methodist church for use of the Imild- "To. forego that dream has l been .
Victor Storbuck actively associated with the OrUuulu 1 |ng, to those who furnished autos for one of the bitterest disappointments
Securities Company, which will promote ,the enjoyable rule and tu meet the of his life," Mr. 1 1 rooks concludes.ftltifci .

ATTOHNEY'AT-lAW several thousand acres of land I trains, to the hotels. and lunch roomsthat .
f in Orange county. gave reduced rates, to th"-e of The Eola Packing Company
Phone 161 I
Within a week the Orlando Securi- the third district who furnished the
No. 6 W. Pine St. Orland. tlaR. I I i ties Company will be located in the excellent picnic dinner I to the Kolluia
i new room being fitted out for them 1 College Glee club, to all who so ably SpecialtiesCustom
I in the Guernsey block. The trio of a-M->ted with the music, to the ten
live real estate wires will be readyto voung ladies who ushered, to the :\0\'. 21 ''I Packers Modern
I greet the buying public and show eight young girls who served, to the i Equipment
Shippers and Buyers Cash f.o.b. SellinGrowers'
The Musical Corned' Sensation
them within radius of
properties a a 1 four young ladies who acted as pages.
Agents Personal Attention
I good many miles of Orlando. j Ito the indispensable Boy Scouts, and '
RAY WHITEATTOUNEY.AT II. Carl Dann, who will be associated i!'to all others who helped in any way. BRINGING UP FATHER ,Growers; Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and arrange -
I with the Orlando Securities 51 i iI i The regular meeting will be held on for harvesting and packing their crops.
LAW I, Company, will have a desk in this ; Friday of this week at the Methodic Fruit Packed and shipped as directed by the owner of the goods.

Room 44 room, also maintaining his offices in I parlors at 3 o'clock. A parliamentary PACKING HOUSE-Corner Concord Ave. and A. C. L. Tracks.
I :oe Hand building. W. A. Riddle, :drill will be the main feature of the ( W. B. RULE, MBIT. J. S. PAGE, Ast Mgr. C. A. COCIIKAN.
Watkins Block Orlando, Fla. who is the manager of the new company ;program. Everybody cordially invited Packing House Foreman.Patronage .
will have his headquartersthere j I Ito every meeting.jJACKSONVILLE. t \
I' also, as will Mrs. Harvey Allen, .. F.w Respectfully Solicited
of Columbus, Ohio, one of the best I WOMAN THINKS ri
saleswomen in the United States. j I THICK HAS BEEN I'LAYEDON
Blackman -- --- -- -
Worthington Mrs. Allen who has been in Orlan- HER
do but a short time, is charmed with i I II rl
the city, county and state generally.
Phone 617 Nothing in the entire country has I' New York.-Following the publica- ACCIDENT HEALTH
ever appealed to her as has Orlando tion of a story descriptive of her suit
Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-DucJ- and Orange county. Mrs. Allen comesto |for separation here and her husband's I LIABILITY AUTOMOBILE
divorce action in Jacksonville' Fla., l
worth this city with a splendid reputa- PLATE GLASS BURGLARY
Building. tion. For a number of years she was I Mrs. Ernest G. Phinney, living in the I l
Hotel\lcAlpin. declared yesterday PROPERTY DAMAGE WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION
connected with Dr. Stanley L. Krebbs,
Phone 72 the famous lecturer; was publicity (she suspected a trick had been playedon .)

manager for the Beggs Co., of Colum- .. her to obtain three valuable affi-
bus, and at one time was associatedwith davits which she had intended to use
Paul V. HutchinsAttorney I the Columbus' Mutual InsuranceCo. :against her husband's suit. The affidavits -
i and a large photograph of her- Georgia Casualty CompanyGEO.
and Counsellor at Law The Biggest Laughing Hit
Mrs. Allen has sold Florida realestate self were given, Mrs. Phinney said, toa on
for three having man who visited her yesterday and Record Girl
:years op- -Pretty *-
Davis & McNeil BIdg erated on the East Coast with head- posed as a news tipster, but who real- A. HUTCHINSON, General Agent
ORLANDO. FLA. quarters at Miami. Some five weeksago ly, she is convinced, was a detective. Catchy Music
is the of Orlando, Florida
Mrs. Phinney daughter
she made her first trip to this PRICES 2.; c to $1.50
Dr. F. F. Thompson city and found an even better fieldfor Dr. William W. Bussey, of Augusta, > Room ,1 and 6 Watkins Block
work than on the East Coast Ga", and her husband is president of Seats on Sale Monday( at Estes Phone 709

She is a woman of great personality, two large forwarding companies with 4.
Dentist a splendid mixer, and she is a valua- head offices in Jacksonville. Drug Store -

ble addition to the Orlando Securities "As I was particularly anxious, because -- - --- -

Formerly of New York Company. of my many friends here and .Hill . . . . . . . . . . . ., . . . . . . . . .. .t, . . . ... . . MMMIMMMM"No
my social connections in the South,
to defend myself," said she to a reporter -
\v. c. T. u. M E ETI: :N' (;
Over Curtis & O'Neal's "I thought this was a splendid -
The called meeting of the W. C, T. opportunity. I gladly gave to the Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree
U. Tuesday afternoon was opened by man three affidavits."
singing, "When Prohibition Wins," She added that the affidavits deny
followed l by rending! the 8th Psalmami
her husband's charges that "she is n
DR. N. L. BRYAN 1\. Mould prayer; l by An the exceptionally president, Mrs.busy A. woman of temper and of violent sallie :?.') 4P;&'.p ::14. Unless Budded
:* of passion.
DENTIST Mansion followed, as it was the first
meeting hold since the state conven -- TT from
Phone 716 tion. ]Bills from the various committees CIIICACO; I'OSTOn'ICIGETS 78 Bearing

were presented and disposed of.' Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth- i
Three new members joined. A loxwas l "
I '
BIdgOR. planned for Mrs. Fulton whosehome automo- trees of a known

was burned recently, in whichwere Idles have been placed in service by
articles from individual members i- the postoffice department, to
l besides a contribution of a very port all mails between the trans-I Quantity>< and
substantial nature from the union.A branch offices and the various
contribution of over fifty dollars road stations, supplanting the wagon ''
W from citizens who are interested in and special street car services. I'
the work was handed in by the solic- The government has been paying Quality of Pro-
iting committee. approximately $75,000 a year for the I
The president appointed a resolu- ues of twelve cars on Chicago streetcar ..
L. H. RAMSDE.LLOPTOMETRIST tion committee of three who preparedthe lines between certain stations and duction."--0.W.
following: has let contracts for the hauling to
UKLANDO. - FLORIDAWE I Whereas, the W. C. T. U. state con- other points to private contractors.


OPTiCAl"' REPA11T11OSURVEYINt. AT LUCERNE THEATRE' (like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be

grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.

, Matinee and Night, Sat., Nov. 20

Plating and Sub-Dividin
; I Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA

PROMPT AND ACCURATEWORK NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real first-class

nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -
by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND -

HAL A. IRISH trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -

Civil Engineer I ONE PRICES i five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery produc
tion. \\ hat would YOU do in their place, )Ir. Planter? Why of course you would sell your
47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando. Fla trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER not a SELLER, and YOU ARE

YEAR 25c i interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your '

F. A. PEPPERCORN; IN I71 ] TO j time and money to bring it into bearing.

NEW SLOt Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

BUILDER and CONTRACTOF YORK A :NIGHT you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, 'the originatorsof

Phone 37 j THREE 2.cIIIL.IRIOUS proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing

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

a Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's
L. Percival Hutton ACTS AT le r 1.50 I work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our

SIXTYMILES SEATS jray, over the ordinary method of propagaiior. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in
37 Liberty St., New York, N.'
OX SALE ; comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it. -'


McNeill-Davis Building Orlane A :NEW <
Florida. I TURK CAST e e 1 ESTES Ocklawaha NurseriesO.

Member F. A. A. I COMPLETE A .i DRUG

a r W. Conner Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.

PLUMBINGSALLAS & SALLAS I i G. G. WRIGHT, Agent, Orlando, Florida

208 Boone Street I '

Phone 597.
M. . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . I I a . I G -......1 J 1 . . . . . . 1 . I I . . . .......



:. Page for Saturday Buyers :.



Telephone 638. 21 W. Church St. The state of Florida is falling in
line with the other states in a nation

Saturday and All Next WeekS wide support of Presidint Wilson and -
of his cabinet in the wise policy oC'' -

_.-- securing adequate national defense.
Trof. Hiram Towers, of Winter Park, ForThanksgiving -

Sugar, per Ib._ _________________07c 1 cakes American Toilet Soap____lOc has received letters lately from lion.
Grits and :Meal 10 Ibs________-_2"c; : :1 cakes Lenox Soap______________lOc Joseph II. Choate and J. Beaumont
2 qts. Cranberries--------------25e 2 bars Amonia__________________15c of Yale the formation
5 lb. Pails Snow Drift I.ard-___55c; 2 No. 2 Lamp Chimnejs_--.--__15c Spencer regarding ThanksgivingTurkeys
10 lb. I'ails Snow Drift Lard__$1.10 Axle Grease each________________4c of an Orange county branch of !
Cabbage, per Ib.________________03c I 5 gal. oil can.-----_-__________-.55c the League to co-operate with the
Dried Apples in bulk Ib.________lOc Brass Washboard each___--___--3V Jacksonville and other branches in
Dried Prunes Ib._______________-10c No. 3 Wash tubs! _______________80cNo
Seeded Raisins, pkg.____________lie 2 Wash tubs________________70c 'Florida and this branch is now being
:3 pkgs. Rolled Oats______________25c No. 1 Wash tubs__--__--_______-GOc formed in Orlando and Winter Park.
Crisco, large pail-__--_--------__90c Brooms! 25 c 30________________:3.V According to the statements issued
Cottolene, large pail---________$135: Dutch Cleaner can______________8c the League, which is
Tarowax lb. __.__________,__--_10c 7 pkgs. Washing Powder________25cA ; by cooperatingwith
Tuna Fish--__--______----__--_10c pals Coal Oil________________GOc the conference committee on
, R pkgs. :Macaroni and hpagetti2" i i 3 pkgs Kellog Corn Flakes_--___2V ,national preparedness at Washington ONLY A PHI BAYS 'TIL1 THANKSGIVING G
Pumpkin, 3 Ib. can______________lOc I I 2 pkgs Grape Nut______________2V the League is working for the following -
Cherry red or white 2 Ib can____16c 2 pkgs. Corn Starch_________--_ : cpkjs.
. 3 lb. can Alberta Table I'eacheslr.c I j:2 Toncorn________________loc; program:
2 Ib. can Liby's Asparagus____._:'J.'ic; 3 pkgs Jello, assorted L u_____. 2VVz > : 1. Legislation correcting present
1 Ib can Liby's Asjaragus Tips__2V; Ib can Instant I'ostum---3Zic wasteful methods of military appro-
1 Ib can Tie Apples or I'eachesWc /i.Ib can Royal Cocoa______.__--lOc priations and disbursements. Have ordered Turkey? We
3 Ib can Spinach ____ __n___u_lie Pure Coffee in Bulk, per Ib._____.13c you your
:3 Ib can I.ibyN Hill Pickles.-15c <: cakes! \uethoart Soap________2Vfi : 2. The adoption of a definite defensive -
:1 Ib can Rose Doll Table Teaches ISc pkgs All Kind Crackers---2.ic: policy. have select line of home stock this
1 Ib can fellow) AM Lipton Tea GOcIialh. I Lemons, 2 tiny'___._-____h__-__2Vpwi ; 3. A stronger'! l etter balanced navy a
can Yellow Iwilicl) Lipton Tea '!"cJ I il Pure ('reamry flutter in for the of coast' utatcn.I. '.
pkg1 I Knot Gelatine) ____ 21c Cubes _IV: protection
:1 j>kg<, Ttnrnke 1'lour __ --2.r::: I Supreme It rand-Moru,>. Hark. If Nut 1. An effective mobile army year but don't wait until the supplyis
8 or roll Toilet Paper.------ _-4c Silt 1,11(1. ft, An ndcquttte) nntlunnl guard M- ,

JlInl1.t't111111'r) the war department.tl. exhausted?
< The rt'.ntlllltit nit orennlwli

FORAGE GROCERY CO. ;vice'''''rvo for 'lIrh binnch of the wr-

\ visit to our sore will make you a I I large The tftiiiuliiii Lenirue .Iu nrmy<'. not or In believe any formof In a PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW !

militurUm. It bille\eii In
regular customer.Florida |preparation |
against war and not "for war"

I The national committee of the We have size want and the

Stew Beef Ib.-_-__.______Jcj Western Pork Loin, Ib._________ _2: c league alone includes the membership any you ,
Chuck Roust, Ib---_------__1J l-2cl.Slue: I lIam tine Ib._____--____-._2.r.c of eighteen governors of states
Round, lb. ___.-__----_----__--17c ;I Slue Bieakfast flacon Ib.________25c and many men of national promi- price is right.
2 Ihs loin or short cut__________35c Slice lireukfast Bacon, 1 Ib hoxa.c': 'nence. S. Stanwood Menken is the
Florida Pork Stew Ib._______--_15c ALL l MMls SMOKED MCVT
Florida Pork Ham, lb.__________18c THICKS RICIIT: "resident of the League. Alton B
2 Ibs. Pork Chops______________3T:>c 2 Ibs Cod l Fish_--..____ ____25c; Parker is vice-president and Joseph
2 Ibs Sausage )1I'aLuuu25c Blond Pork lIam, Ib.______-_-_- ___Ike I II. Choate former ambassador and
2 Ibs Hamburger Steak __-c- Fresh Eggs_________________-___ :45c; famous jurist is honorary president. We also have a nice line of C Chickens for Thanksgiving!

The national headquarters of the

I. AEROPLANES TO CARRY DESERT I League are at 31 Pine street New i
Specials for Saturday MAIL 'York. Pumpkins for Thanksgiving Pie

Gallup, N. M. Roman ?
i Hubbell : ALSO _
who has the government contract for : .Oysters for the DressingA
Paris.-Prof. Paul Painleve, headof
Best Patent Flour. 21 Ibs._______OOc carrying the mail between Gallup and the new ministry of inventions, to-
Best Talent Flour 12 Ibs.________IV: Ganado, has purchased four aero- I
:} cans Tomatoes________________25c planes which he will place in regular day explained the object and the workof
________ his which, he said,
:3 cans Pork and I5eans 25c department
Meal ind Scratch Feed service on the mail route and in the was to mobilize many well equipped FULL LINE OF ALL KINDS OF MEATS
10.I.Iit.it.. __ _2'cfi ; I passenger carrying business between
-- --- n- and which
laboratories scientists
pkgs Washing Towder_-______25c; I Gallup and Ham's Canyon Fort Defiance -
hitherto had played no part in
California Asparagus, Teaches Ganado and St. Michael. prep-
and Tears, can_______________ 20c aration for national defense.
Apples per peck________________50c I He is awaiting the arrival of a His greatest difficulty, the professor -
Almonds. English Walnut, and mechanic to install the engines and
_____ ______ said, was to sift out the few inventions -
Pecans, per Ib 00 uu 2V;) I other equipment in the machines.The .
Imported lemons, per doz.15c mail route to Gallup is across a I which had possibilities from H. M. SELF i MPANYTO
Florida Cane Syrup per gal.____-_COc the enormous number of useless ones
desert and
has been
Turepple Cider Vinegar per pal 33c; II it a more or less submitted to him. Those few, after
Fancy lead and Cracked Rice unsatisfactory service. It is per-
per lb. _ ____________5c and fie j formed by a Navajo pony and rider. thorough investigation by specialists,
100 per cent. pure Coffee per lb. are turned over to experts in the par-
________________30c and 35c '! Mr. Hubbell expects that his air ticular field in which they belong
machines will do a good I
passenger whose sole duty is to assist the inventors '
| -
Honest Weights and Measures business as soon as the people of this I COMPLETE LINK

i od section of become used to the new meth- ', worked out in working and the problems them out.of Once In a short time pending the arrival Specials Friday and Saturday II I
transportation. man-I
ufacture settled, they are turned of brick, the one-half mile link of
Cash Grocery Co. to the ministry of war or of marine. I paving in the Orlando-Kissimmee
648 7 E. Church St D. A. R. FOR DEFENSE I highway, the Dixie highway, will be
Telephone I .. .. .. . .
SWALLOW HER FALSE TEETH; completed. I 21 lb* Pillsbury Hour 90c 2 cans Fancy Table I'eaches..3.ic

Washington, D C.-President Wilson SEARCH FOR THEM WITH I 21 Ibs. Gold Medal Flour..90c 3 pkgs. Corn Starch ... ..... .. .2.)c
nuy.\x WONT FIGHT WILSON will be offered the services of the ; X-RAYS Turkeys for Thanksgiving are like- 24 Ibs. Self Rising Flour..90c 3 I'ost Toast ies_ .._. eo .... ... ..25c:
NOMINATION entire of the I I 124 lb. Sack Pastry Flour .. .. _SOc Guava glass 15c and..2de
membership Daughtersof Camden. N. J.-\Irs. Daisy Leve ly to be dearer because of their scarcity Jelly lOc
the American Revolution to aid in :zevy of Cape May Point gave a cry j due to a cold and wet summer ::2 Turtle soup. . .. .. .... .... . 25c; Cranberries 2 qts.. .. .. .... .. ...2.;>C
Toledo, Ohio.-Congressman I. R. the of national defense 3 cans Corn. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .2;>c 8 bars .... .. ............2V:
cause in any of alarm at her home this morning asserts a New York newspaper. If soap
. .. . .. . . .. . . .
:3 Teas .2e:1 ;
Sherwood received a letter today from way he should see fit. and explained that she had swallowed the turkey had retained its earlier \: lb. can I aut..l Dc Coffee lb. . . .. .. .. ........ ...13c;

W J. Bryan saying that the former Resolutions delegating Mrs. Wil- her false teeth. She was hurried to i distinction as a fowl for fall con- BuMer, Ib.. . . .. .. . .. .. .. . . .3;>c I Tat-a-Cake Hour pkg. .. ......15c;
secretary of state had no intentionof I liam Cummings Story president general Cooper hospital, this city. Surgeons |' sumption and had not become a bird {Apple Sauce Can IV.; and..20c I Irish Totatovs peck .. . ....... SOc

opposing the renomination of President -i, to wait upon the president tomorrow I could find no trace of the teeth bj of all seasons its cost at Thanksgiving -j -
Wilson. Bryan wrote that there I and proffer the co-operation,ordinary methods and resorted to the. would matter less while its reputation -
is nothing personal in his fight on !of the 118,000 members and endorsingthe X-rays but did not complete the exI as an American dinner table
the president's national defense pro- J movement of the national (hoard amination. They will continue it toI I I delicacy would probably be higher T. A. Mann, 15 East Pine St. I

pram i I of management of the organization. morrow. than it is.




Turkeys Cranberries Celery Oysters


Chickens Ducks Geese


Don't forget that our large purchase of cattle has enabled us to make a SPECIAL FOR CASH ONLY

at prices that are most attractive


T. A. YANCEY, Jr., Pres. and Gen'l Mgr.





-- .lit'.; WAS HAVini: IN UttliAlMISA.Hl t the! babies' nipples. Ate fashioned of, I OAKLVM U Mi\\M iutt s

11 11It lTIU1! |i |It\- Hint: his "heat- rubber" Oaklahd I UrtoV IS Mr I It! trMnnte In the Last 3 ,

UAILIitlAtM I'hderWpnr hhil bed) linen aH made t fIr '"rHn arti *l'Ptil *ire'"I t

ANNOUNCEMENT R R0I 0I = if feHulnM In eteit! wntwttiir In "fine I IIaof t tact \\peh ttiUi 'lti ilnutlit Years

l'ftH, t..lwh tIlIIU",)r Aulhntltii" Inert HH antes' ff par, eled fh' tttnlliFll Mfs Joe Net ,

( t'" tt.",. fltlh"h)' s)=l$=ma nfur the .= h I nips| ami Move to t@lftl're' = 11r W li, llfMkrtw and| family, irat I
tier-. \\1I"t".r, "tlth 1 l'f'ht..I)' Illp| \\ho find It ,IiIf lmlt tQ IlrllH, \ IafoleBnl ; = OrlH.\I., were t',1Ilirii ill llAt= tht 1.1Ih'1. hM Iluk.I tnmiul> hut

....., af mutoitrht on July HI, tUtt, I I hell's" tI"tt.t4) evening. I rnktJ i to i Jln\" thy lilulwux) fnm
t i la mll'l'h.na"rt:: tit tumnuiu't\ to our friend, tlwt
sinre then the F'rench l rf\i1Wf\i Mr and Mr. Ilawltins, snit ftmtly Orlnmlo. to Ki Jmnu-e' and' then
p.t+t'tu'('"ti thu n1f% I1('.' for the AmerlennI'reneh \" been: eubjecOil (o A frightful t "TUtSn: COUNTV TANK' DUE moved} over to Tavdres this past I |hAY some over for other county
(e.,'i.' tMitfhtfiil MANTA UOSA Toilet! Article 1 Publication of the figures for weeke wish them success, I

for QUALITY NKAUTY feud DISTINCTION $ ] year Auenst, 13U-1SH5{ ), enables Mrs, 3, I), Hull and Mrs. Chas. : roads:
State and county taxes are now
I It has served with them
to and the Maurice were delegates from the
class by themselves: measure appreciate lue and payable, for 1015, at the office -
of the work required of Oakland W. C. T. U. to the state con- enough coffee to float a battle
of Tax Collector W. E. MartinA .
Manta Rosa Perfume transport system under war con- discount of two per cent. is allowedin \ention. They report splendid meet- ship. .

and military control I[ all payments made this month, andone ings and that Orlando extended a i And really what i i3 better for
! From the outset the mobiliza- hearty welcome which was highly ap '
; : The Bottled Essence of the Sun-kissed Rose very I per cent. in December, while ii breakfast than four nice hot
and concentration had exacted predated.Mrs. .
11 Morn. t you wait until January or after, the cakes with and
maximum of effort and that con- A. E. Champlain, of Gillette, maple syrup
with the departure for the full amount will be demanded. called on a few of her many friends good coffee at the trilling priceof
Manta Rosa Toilet
of 75 per cent. of the trained Monday. She came over from Ocoee 15 cents?

All the train services had to be Guests registering at the San Juan where she is spending a few days visiting Our 25 cent meals and 15
Scented For Those Who Care.
; ; Delightfully to a sudden stop so as to be hotel yesterday included. G. P. LaFol- her sisters, the Misses Gan .
intensified and increased lette, St. Louis; \... B. Shaw, Balti The ladies of the Grace Guild of cent specials! are the best to b?

Manta Rosa Face order to cope with the imperious 1 more; J. A. Gallagher, J. R. Holland, the Episcopal mission held their first had for the money. Oysters

Fit For a Queen.If of carrying within the Wilkie J. Schell W. H. Cody, II. A meeting after their summer" vacation fresh every day.

; time the greatest number of Watts, C. L. Flynn, II. T. Howard, at the home of Mrs. Ilatfield last
you; are a user of toilet articles you : to the frontier. This sudden Jacksonville; A Morse, I. Blood, Xew Thursday.Mr. OPEX DAY AND NIGHT

half the joy of it if ;you have never used had to be accomplished with- I'York; W. II. Lord, St. Petersburg:;

Make it a point to come in today and see and a second's hesitation, the safety K. McFadden, Columbus, Ga.; C. P S. G. Dolhe, of Orlando, is

them. the country depending upon its 'Rice, Guy S. Davis, Carl Sphaler, R among the recent arrivals in the city TheModel CafeSlemons'

Say Manta Rosa and Get Quality.WE and rapidity. Meanwhile Reynolds, Tampa; R. S. Thurld, Chas;. isterinu at the Leon. Dr. Polive plans''
P. L. Walker, H. II. Spener leave for the southern
!ut'e traffic for passengers and A. Forrest to shortly" : part
GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS : had to be continued. Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. J. P of Lee county where he will enjoy an

Until August 5, the mobilization Shockley. Philadelphia; Jas. T. Moore. extended hunting trip.-Fort Myers

> lasted. In three days (August5) I Columbus, Ohio; James Fitzgerald Press.

) more than 3,000 trains ran over Belfast, Ireland. Millinery

I LUCERNE | : private owned P. L. M. (Paris- _

-:\ ). On August Mrs. J. Edwards Ensign, of Orlan-
PHONE 2 the mobilization continuing the I vice-president of the Civic League, Tampa SpecialVIA
(the transporting of the vice-president of the executive CHILDREN'S II.VTS

I MMMM jt j: units to specified points on tate board of the Equal Franchise I I We offer a choice selection of

frontier) began. The state owned Association, will be the guest of Mrs I I Ladies Velvet Hats at $2.00 $:.00,

IM 4w4 " 'I" system during a fortnight ran B. L. Rowland, on North boulevard,
$5.00, 600.
average of 400 military trains a icing here at the State Federation Atlantic Coast Line 1-1,00.Childrens Hats $1.00, $1.50 and up.
while transporting 50,000 civil- ,his week.-DeLand News.
I Our styles good-and
are so our
; ; ; ; who were fleeing the invasion.
prices are so reasonable that you will
> the private owned Orleans line BIG CROWD EXPECTED Standard Railroad of the South
find our store the best place in the
I !!
VEGETABLES! 1 ; concentration transport amounted Reinaugurated Xov. 15th-16th city for millinery.
; 2,000 military trains, aggregating H. R. Roberts, of Gainesville, wasn

cars, which transported 600- the city yesterday and stated that
officers and soldiers, 144,000 he board of trade in that city was Millinery
Fresh every morning. Come and look them and 40,000 vehicles or guns. Making preparaions to care for a ScheduleDailyLv. Store

In certain central stations a train attendance at the next meetingf Ar.
phone 3 or 200 and we will give you our list. arge
every five minutes on an av- > the Central Florida Highway Association 12-15 p. m. Tampa 4:00 p. m.

for more than a fortnight.In December 9.Ian)" from Orlando 1:20 p. m. Plant City 3:2; p. m. _ _ n__ _ _
1:38 p. m. Lakeland 3:07 p. m.
White Rose GoodsJust addition to the transport pro-- will make the trip. A special _: for the French army, the north- neeting of local members of the association 3:22 p. m. Orlando :20 p. m.I:0. ,
line had to take care of the Brit- will be called in the near future - ; p. m. Sanford 12-11 p. m. CLINT BASSPHONE

received another shipment of these ;h expeditionary corps 26,000 strong, to make arrangements.S. 5:51 7:30 p.p. m.m. Ar.Pa1atka Jack'lIe L-10-11 9:15 p.n. m m ITS
its material and stores, and therleans
goods. Fresh Country Eggs, Tea and Coffee. system ran 400 trains at six Equipment will consist of Pullman West Jefferson Street
Hr-oifer-Observation Parlor Cars", A. C.
intervals, bringing up the In- Helen Graves L. Free Reclining: Chairs Cars. Standard Succe..o to
[ troops. Yestibuled Coaches and Combination -
The battles of the Marne and of shampooing manic-urine. racial and! Coach and Baggage Car! (Hand Wood\ Company
jody massage "calp treatment
Y!'er increased the strain. To
'allinR hair citm under mCMI.norlt'ntlfk
the Germans reaching Calais principal :sly (treatment Wood of All t KlrtHHASOXAHtJi< -"
trains moved seventy division or same has! cin ,'nlln.t"alli'tiu'!' For Information Call lit

Infantry; to defeat the enemy it orrfsulls.. sly special) facial ntasincV \V.\ 1). WHITE, 1). T. A* It/tlMltT .l4fV1IClt

Our Grocery al"'U. /! 11'P
capacity his railway transport: Hirhitisrl -" of HIP far. tit--tk. Hr.I'tlctoil ttrlitttrirt ..- -- ---- -. -- -- ---- ..
Two f Phones: } ft t and 200() rrtuhler cohcehtrale Itt time. tee t+ llrluf tif the li"'II l ltlnliUttt | :
\HilnthH-h, 'nti I tin
Metthttlille! Mhitat-y ttrtlns! had h rtM| > /| | |
nalit- : !IIlIu l hUnt li I I'It
!h* Itlmtth In
I U) and H ,M Pine JtrbVldfd fur the WwUhdfd..! arid. l liwMl 1 U 1 : ri.'itt., t Its) h |II l.; M.
url+llM rtttd the HHllrtM |w4tlaUrtH| ( ''I \IIUIII

(tit I Itt a M Fur the '1:111.| U 1 t"tII:1II1t"It"1! \ HuJltlill1l)

I, .' 1 I. ,1 f,1111i1( :Il U.l MM+ lltri\ IHJMH\* IiisFkl4Uhl illHIHH'" : I llflrtHiltl: I tltlfltltINUII $

tsttttlrtt.. ...... .*t... ......... \!\! tits t| ill H IHHUlh\ HIHMl |IIIIIIt(

.f rMHiUnii' tiii.itnii! IMII tif fMil.ln\ .,. NH\()() \ CtMtH( \ .\NHNIH' )
. III J J J llf.Htlll II>,4n, JIIIIIIII/ ilavp: !HIII leli'afltyi '
(\\ ) \ ,\lUnnI \ )\\

Hammond & : ',Iti n".H"t"' : "fft'JTi" !: (M I icioQi Candies,, CaKes, an-twichci,
HUI all :if. "Sturdy as the OaK"
(IrJtr* laUtn for partita.Utcalfd .
FUN&UA.14 nnC C1'onsNn R Ht" M ; !1erlin-The minister of education in rear of iranch' Hook i

Prussia has issued a decree accord- Store, Arcade Entrance) Fours, Sixes and Eights-Speeders, Roadsters and Touring Cars,

g to which the various school au- $795 to $1570, I", O. H. Factory.In .
!Real Values
lorities directed to give the
are pu- Phone 5 for
the Oakland you get power with the added feeling that you
COMPARE a vacation collect that the they beechnuts may sysmatically and- FISH AND OYSTERS drive the best looking car on the road. The Oakland NorthwayMotor

Fresh Every Day speeds up to 2,500 revolutions per minute, but that is only
which are now falling, for he
OUR half the story of the wonderful responsive power of the Oakland
ike of the oil and fats they contain.
The minister of agriculture hasttimated PUB' WALDECKER FISH CO. Fours, Sixes and Eights. The motor is the most powerful made.

of the 206 Boone Street With its small bore, long stroke and large valves, speed of revolutions -
that tons
We provide the quality of furniture that has long 400,000 means a continuous flow of power. It means not only smooth

cepted by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of rmer and 100,000 tons of the latter going on the level road, but a hill climbing ability unsupassed.
;.a article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it ill go to waste unless some definite

We can't make this point too clear-it is one of the '.ep are taken to gather them. From Add To The Appearance
ncceptable table oil can -
-tones of this business and that means much to any nuts an Oakland
prepared, which will relieve the '

resent shortage. .
will not know accurately I
Germany md value of home by putting -
McNEILL! & DAVIS! BLOCK ntil late in the fall just how large your '
1915 harvest of grain has been down good concrete side- Fours and Sixesare

Corner Orange A\e. and Church Stn d, Orlando nd whether it is big enough to in- valks. !
not they the most strikingly handsome
the Allowance of feed for only powerful are
Our workmen are mechanics
arses as well as the amount of flour ars on the road.
with experience and ability.All .
>r human consumption. I 1.Flying'edge Lines Give Least Wind Resistance

The Proper Christmas Recently it was reported that thetrvest work guaranteed to be 2.-Low Center of Gravity with Usual Road Clearance
was so large as to leave aIrplus irst-class and satisfactory. 3.-Great Strength with Light Weight

of 300,000,000 tons. Hopes 4.-High Speed :Motor with Great I'ower5.Economy
I in so high that the authorities have Call and get our low figures on with Luxury
Is engraved to order for your personal use. of
official statement
id to issue an : all classes of concrete work.
line of samples and have taken several orders ic case. The surplus, this statementdares. These are Oakland points of SUPERIORITY, all of which are

? is only esimated, and is yetpossible found in no other car. .
week. of verification. Until allturns
: are in no one shall be permit-
It is a pleasure to show you these beautiful ',"ORKSIanufacturers
(d to alter existing regulations con-

you do not order. I :sed.; the quantity of flour or feed :\ of Concrete J. B. Magruder, Jr.

W. S. BRANCH j, The exigencies of war have led to Products PHONE 31

le creation of almost countless sub- 107 Long St. Phone 495;
THE ARCADE HOOK AND MUSIC I : for articles which Germany

D longer has even to the production I

f substitutes for substitutes" no long- Pansy Plants, Rose h Beautiful Bust and Shoulders

r available. ' f are rw-ItM If you will wear a cicntificftllr may trtK""'"4
ILS Common iron pipes gilded take the Bushes Petunia Him Jolle IIrUlOI"r,
Instead The dowries.rl.ht nf fin tmmnflnrH had-n utrrlrhe the
of brass poles.
I .
H npniled
Suet rtmg uiUMle that the contour of the figure
CLEANSPOLISHES 1 1I F copper pan! and pot, vessels" made Plants I d, bait taut whrr It b.
r mineral called "serpentine." IlE" f".twh: prr.rot the full I ha.t from

PREVENTS RUST n i iO! found In great quantities tease lour orders here i vI: J.t! bine hating. f'lImln..re--the l Uncer of a..1)"f 1
{ f blU\.5SIEt F. T tlr,, I inf /" *''hr.t t+""ne the
ear Dresden have come into u!'even nrthol
-I tt.6a t-tt tot f!hew the O1ilRelUb1.,lent l e tfemm 1I1'm'tad !! doors are made of Iron and ful line to the entire seers hair.T . ,,,
eertthrehtetotfirntt I li l-
.liaht. ... ", lawnirafnr threre the'Inll..t' an.t tIt..t *
nil burr Ir'" T
to .tt' fnotmb oil e
to fxoaall ftlukfr, iUku t far e!cbtcM doW ihl t eel 1. in .place of the nickel ones once rlorislJ. I ,} phiefime" In "lll11el..t'.I.' en. etr1eet tnnt. he k, 1I",1t
Violet Dell tt"dlIh
,..ttt. ; II Ilemlelii.etri "ttebdn'tht'
Nletl.feU. "alhu."d.. l'in nhJ! hooks andes Plltt> ..
1).f'C.f'e-{roe febiototelf tttttnUrtut etUttiliheu til met,) iarf c .. I ( e ..- tuthsu ".hlt"f 'tetmiltine "itintwlthouttito t .
Ere r are made cf Iron Instead of --f.. lute tt't d.nlqt.h i t .i-tw t.-'I W-H J--" ttMMUrwt, |It.."ht.nrk-
t"re; :!;!".bne, trrheled/itnttrntYep1' A.t1t".t het tII.t ibelNttlen! t 1- I Ickel ,i Ni, we will irUJlr lend I hint arepel l I,Mttifclti H eieutt) fud.ft .
irid ( .t t L.5C U.a.Ja 111I M tAItU units I
H v.utir,,tt111e &I'tetss.i w\ r lh'Ua tit ly CC1h1pANYb s ee, i, Ati rtfeetlte ubtltute has! been I I tI"NJAMI't JtttNM! .1 l\tlltt""IHt t, H**"'lt, N. J..

4.. 1 ..."w'.J N nti lnlh Ntte .tltN. .. for Hlbbe'r. Udrdetl hose tthtUIt !SOI. till Koutlt Like Hi nailI


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For: One Day -----------23< SENTINEL WANT ADS ARE READ BY 10,000 PEOPLE : Six Da KATESTor >s ---______ 73c
For Three 1)aya ________50c lor One Month _______$_..,Ui

FOR S.\LE-23 acres, northeast. UtJYEH8U; SELLERS

This land will make the prettiest I buy, sell, rent, and exchange real H BERRY
i subdivision in the country. Has good estate Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
road on two sides, covered with big met ,)1.'ears.. Have handled over .
I oaks. Has electric wires running 20000000. Call and see me. I' -

i through property. A bargain/ for a 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.; j
quick Kale. Address Box tjJ9.; I I A complete line of Ford Acces-

11-19-6te Drink Elder Water. See
I Spring or
sories staff of mechanics
phone Geo. T. Hull & Company, Rock ; a expert -
Phone 10. 10-lG-tfc FOR SALE
to render satisfaction in all

ESTATE FOR nf NT -, Attractive business I I :MAKE; A BUSINESS: of I I
room. Sec H. U. Kerry, at the Font citrus tree All trees 1 set guar.I I j lines of Automobile Repair I
Garage:: 1111tfMOUKL : antced. :'rite for prices., Box 222: j I
: ; KINDERGARTEN: primary' knee, Fla. 10-2J-ImoC J Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and
I room First Methodist% church; telephone I | Gasoline, and fair and A fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on
21, or call 14 East Jackson I Delivered every day-Elder Spring I square i
ttreet. 10-20-tfc Water See phone Geo. 1'. Hull( & '
___ _ _ I Company)', Rock Uuilding. I'hone : prices. i S. West St. $2200.

FOR HKN'T; -A good ten room un- I 10-lC-tfc. 10\\
furnished house, with modern
i I lenses, and well ventilated!; Umbrella\ vovareil and repaired' For Nine Years
1 thing for a hoarding house; conven-I! I "while you wait. at Voun!:'_ Repair !

I n prosperous, growing town. Shop 21 E. Pine St
I toV.. L. Story, Wnter Garden, Fla. I U'e have been in business at the
FOIL SALE i-ao-tfc.: I C. A. HOVEY

I TWO TOR 0>H-HOUSE I: SALE: same location, Corner of South
FOR 8AI.K: Oil KKNT: -Ily owner, H FOR Rh'NT-Nicely furnished rooms. I
new! modern bungalow, with six | In new, modern home; one-half The two houses I have for sale at (Main and Church Streets.
largu rooms, hull, bath, and withiveiyconvenience block) from Anderson street, near St. the ,price r' one me located on lot jl4r.ut )
to make u desirable home; I Luke's hospital' Reasonable rates for front facing Bust. with a depthof Phone. 226
hire lot; ilcsirnble 100'ntiuliU'nl Lake the PIt'"""n. tUG Margaret: Direct. 1X.;. ffet.nunilei. 4Mi; Magnolia) I
Cherokee: ; price reasonable; house I \O-!'J.tl avenue, l between Livingston and A metin. Orlando Lending Ucpnir Shop -

will he complete, latter part of No -- A The fevtloti of fplehdid homes, I ..... A. .. -- '.
\'PIIILer1110 have u Fix\ room' cottage with grand old oaks urrhing the and Garage:
roll RUNT1'urnUhp.l.: | It"u"uht: - .
and smaller butiKiilonilh( - ----- -- -
a ---
unit 'terms to puit patchaeet.| suite of light lioupcLrrpIng" rooms[!, streets HIP modern story house. lii; onrs
Irh' nUo "epvptnl' fuiniclipil tooim torrent tilt first", ,floou; (mill (In Connection; eteeIIIc fIt 11.... : |parlor' Ih'Ina loom dining f .n ,1) I I atllH lll(1 1 SI1111 ; .Ic.-
Addteas Ivrhtuik)' lluine, Till t liulit! and (tplrplmiip; unripe if I 1..11\1.\ kill'I''It.lth""' )'. roust' IHII'' 11t\'a
1'llllner ...lifil I, Oll"n.o. I'lione I <'Hi.: <|p\ lipli l piiuile family '112: Nintlihmln ntoi't', lab Ke': livinit poii'h nil the( fiohtMtid .
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nl I |house{ -plnv, ; .i |iH
loom .i.tmto I'li'l bath, gliiiigt', .I"d- elect tie liflda" alI bath Inhuu.e 0; "*,..e.-III) alt"|iny (IHI,. Id with IH>Iwtoiit'h
fn yanU alit houses J oiia lull** hulls. I for tlif'" uhol! funuly Tlli.illt ''>'e
| Apply :300! I last: rand r4 ,ne:.
City limits, IlUt 'lf brick IlKt.l. room $H largo, light, and airy,
U\\'NhU, '-. O. J10X 070 I 5 5lo y----tft' _- .. nti-c fiiuintled: .lUtmt'S, ull modern and O i ; l .ANDC

FOR RENT: -Two rooms and sleepingporch The house is \ and papered -
water, light, all modern con shades'
; throughout, are hung it
.'onUThre.: avenue, near good Lake iota Kola.: onRidgewood veniences. Inquire :20': I I';:. Jackson. i u wired for electric lights, fixtures; Cement, Agatite Plaster and Limes

Will sell separate if desired. A bur- 11-lti-litc : installed, also connected! with gas. In
taken the owner fact, you will find every convenience
gain it at once as airy
needs the money. Inquire at 6 K. FOR IH-NT-Ioom ,; up- I necessary for home comfort. If you T =.:...-== =
Church street. 10-1)-101.; stairs 'bed! room, recently papered, do not care to use the entire house, I
_ nicely furnished, twin iron !beds, convenient the location, so near "Wyoming,"
FOR .SALE-Model 27 Buick; good toilet. and bath. Also kitch- insures rentals of spare rooms at
condition. Write Box 567. enette and use of dining room. Nice- I extra good prices. Always in de-
9-23-tfc ly located. Reasonable rates. Ad- mand; or if you care to rent the en-
dress "Landlord," care of the Sentinel. tire house and occupy during the
11-16-lmoc tourist season the 3 room cottage on
FOR SALE Dwelling, six rooms
practically new, nice condition with the premises in the rear, you would
lawn bearing citrus fruit trees roses, FOR RENT-An apartment of four derive a rental by which the property lyI
furnished separate could be made to itself out.
and shrubbery; near Lake Kola; very nicely rooms pay
desirable location. $4,000, terms.: bath, hot water, electric lights, /gas; There is a garage barn, and chicken -
Address "Owner" Box 33, Orlando, new house very desirable; adults house, etc. Fruits of various
Fla. 11-16-lmoc only. C04 Magnolia ave. 11-16-tfc kinds, everything: right up to" now and
just a little above the ordinary in

FOR SALE-Fifty White Le ---I( many ways.It l
: much
-- -- - does not require ready
hens, pullets, few
yo ig horns'l I rr
< small cash from
GuaiByeed pure. If sold at WANTED money; a payment
responsible parties will secure the
cent ach for the lot; smaller
II .
ties 75 cents. K. B. Brock, Oakland property.The
11-18-Ct* price is $6,300. A bargain at I -
Fla. WANTED White woman cook for ,
that figure. / I 1 I t'pih p9I, rI
small first class hotel. Answer at I
FOR nE 7-Two connecting fur- nce. P. O. Box 298. 11-19-Gt* C.
nished front rooms; fire place and ,
bath; new house. 403 S. West street. Room 10. :McNeil! & Davis Block.
\\"ANTED-Work wanted by carpenter. 10-24-tfc
11-18-Ct Man with experience in all I ........ .... .."...... ......
------ II
lines. R. A. Curtis, care Phoenix
furnished ten rooms, bath, sleeping h House, W. Church street. 11-17-6t-

porch; well located; only two blocks Best and Promptest II i "I Never Worry About MY Biscuits"says
from business center; desirable neigh- WANTED-To list all kinds of prop-
borhood. Apply F. G. Rush. erty for sale or rent. I am having Auto Livery
11-6-tfc manp applications for houses, fur-
nished and unfurnished. I will be Service this dainty young housewife, "because I know the Cabinet Gas Range invariably

FOR body SALE-One,]top windshield new 1916 and touringcar lamps.A I glad. B.to Leake list ,what 45 East you have.Pine street.Mrs.II. bakes just as I want it to. By turning up the burner three-quarters 'round, and baking

bargain. Act quick. Ford Garage, Phone 179. 10-8-dw-lmo !5-PASSENGER I exactly twenty minutes, I can ;always get such lovely browned biscuits as these."
20'J: South Orange avenue. 11-13-tfc

FOR SALE OR RENT-Dandy little LOST I I The Cabinet Gas Range Cooks To PerfectionA
I farm adjoining city, with good, new BUICK CARWe
house and completely stocked, on LOST-Sunday night, in postoffice a ;
easiest terms. Address "Snap," this gold watch fob, with initials J. A. I
office. 11-13-8t- Reward if returned to.this office. new era in cookery has dawned with the advent of the gas range. The age of endless

- --- ll-18-2tc call anywhere at any time trouble and uncertainty in baking has passed away. Women no longer spend all day in
FOR SALECauliflower. - -- -
the kitchen wrestling with a stubborn wood or coal fire-and then getting burnt or half
Celery and Lettuce Plants LOST-On :Monday, October 2i. be-
I have thousands of choice plantsfor tween Robinson: Springs and Orlando Gonhn's Transfer Co, raw baking. Instead they bake with gas and invariably get good results in half the
sale and ready now. via east road between Maitland
time. There is guesswork eternal mental strain. The
no no fussing, no worry, -or gas
Seventy-five thousand cauliflower and Winter Park. one Fisk red top 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487
plants.Twentyfive. 34x4 automobile tire mounted on rim. range heats up just right and stays that way.It .
thousand celery plants. A communication from the finder will HAULING OF ALL KINDSConvinced I
One hundred thousand lettuce plants. be greatly appreciated by D. A. Che Mill be to your advantage to call and learn the benefits of cooking with gas.

Address, W. C. POST Sanford. Fla. ney, Orlando, Florida. 10-29-tf
11-12-12tc R. F. D. No. 2

LOST-Small open faced watch, on
Or will rent completely furnished, pin between Lake Lucerne and the ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
"Yes. aid the he
new, modern and attractive home, Empire hotel. Monogram L. B. L. on : peeiaiUt as
pretty lawn and shrubbery, near lake back. Return: to Orlando Bank and stood! by "the sick contractor. "I can
Kola: ; two stories, fin rooms, bath, Trust Co. and receive reward. cure vou. GAS DEPARTMENTHHIIIHHI
screened fleE'l1inIotch/ and summer 11-3-tfc "What will it cost., asked the sick;

dining/ room. Address Owner Box:' man faintly. "
3H7. or mil at 312 Broadway. "Ninety-five dollars.
1110dwirp "You will have to shade your price ,
-- -
:t little, replied the contractor "I 1 -- - -- -
-- ----- -- ----
rnU \Lfc-FOU tiENT-Houses, got n better Mil I ) ) from the tihdpi hiker I
furnished l nlul unfurnished. Alsontnf PAI'IU: it.l tllNll! Ilip specialist t Mood' tint on hi" t pHrpatnl . . Hlllt .MXM >. M.M. ".tttHttmlHHHtttlllllllltltlllniOCOEE
tola full ntij whet his! competitor pat the jobUp ,
splendid. eee t Tor $i.lItI) t will Impt-r jthjr olilitmrjUe ,, .
t before nit- "ppvin1l t, IM our fin' >
I hat tit niter full' buy ufrttht limit Ovet null eplettioti In
Mro II, H. Lpnkp, In ttrt"t t'itu rhiuse frnHh I _il>i |itUitititf, flt..it nlipilwwt Word' nlnl, aithlMtv): t "HdHi'itifl ti -PVrtil
.Irttt itr Nig! Ittl'fldiVrt.VId 1 I'I1..hli. t'il( |p lp. I'hllills nll I nr til nllite It Mill |I''ili t., .i'lH I in =!.tninn. if.p eatscite

I /.*-u# t IlIu' it |1""lrtl! Hlnl t tHII Oil the !it>MU
,I', fMuill' $HMH Man/ OilrtM'ln! :
1''tb| rtOn| |! l lMiiirtbKUl tall; hits I ;l' \1111 1$141 : I: I-IWIII( 1Wourn. Orlando

.iIi.. mitt 1'1,11"1',,, ', }I1'1'}; -- ---- -- --- ----- -- SOUTH 4POPKA CiTRUS NURSERIES[
"lii.iii" III'll"IttH Mi( ilNt"i >!filll.., 'I",$$11'1.1II1I'luaia .t I
. t, ".111.. ......, l"I... I n I >11 tir '' |'Ui Motk IH.Ig. .Hooui :H. Steam Laundry
-- =-=--- -- Call) iUtd$ otm MS |if ihlntilnd'" in teal'
til.Ut'T: NJilUnmy; tiTIt't\-l1l1llf( estaln.' thl>', tall'\\ or enhance property -
orange and' grapefruit> smiling RciUala:: carefully\ aiieiult! to. FHENCH WIV C!.EANFnsLAUNDEHEKS FLORIDA
:\PII-| | at T, H.l Mahl.)' HUwaaai i or ll-U-lmoc\ I i
I t.y mail to C. J. Vjctoreen' star loute. ------- -- PHONE 88 !
It II-lt.: : NOTARY: PUBLIC, with seal. I make
a specialty of deeds! mortgages,
roll SALE Horse, buggy and harness leases, contracts etc. Price'ery rea- -
Horse is 'beautiful Kentuckyliirtl sonable. Mrs. If. B. Leake, 45 East -

drive bay Har Fearless ain. Address safe for lady V. II.to Pine street. Phone 1-; >. 11-9-lmoc Pine CastleNurseries I All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape-

Palmer, Route: 1, one mile out on Conway BRING YOUR CHILD-I am pre- ,
fruit Trees in fine condition the lowest
road. ll-18-f.t paring a great display of children's at very
,- photos for the fair. Want every I
TOR SITE, OR TRADE for good child. No cost to )'ou. Every child! prices :: : :: ::
automobile, 10 acre tract, 7 acres eight years and under negatives made I
cleared and under fence, fruit trees, 5 free on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Pine Castle, Fla.
room house, irrigating: plant barn and Howard's! Studio. 11116tfCAUnAGE I
garage, C miles from city on brick 'j I -
, road: Address "Trade," care of the AND LETTUCE PLANTS I

Sentinel Orlando, Fla. 1118lmocFOR Early Jersey Wakefield, Charleston II! Has first class orange and = -- --

QUICK SALE Lot in north- Wakefield cabbage., Drumhead Big i Boston and lettuce Succession I grape fruit trees ready to plant. -

east part of city. For sale at sacrifice Bermuda onion plants. Prices on all We offer only first class trees,

if buyer will build. This lot I above plants: 500 for ;;5('., postpaid;; I! budded from prolific bearing Send today for Catalog Description List and lowest
has all |
city conveniences.
Address by express, $1.25 per 1,000. Phone I;trees of known quality. We ,
Box 659. IMD-Gtc 1011, :2 rings Piedmont Plant Co.,: ''also have the genuine Watson
Orlando, Fla. U-10-3t' prices to the above address
FOR SALE-Frefch milk cow, nice 'i, watermelon seed.0 melons ,

and gentle, giving 3 gallons per Read the Morning Sentinel for the, ;;Chipped from where we saved I
day. Can be been at W. O'N'enlrlare
on Kuhlllvenue, or drop card) to newi. IOc. a week d.liv.r.4. our seed. :Melons weighed from

: ItolrU\ Orlando, Fla. 20 to 45 pound Catalogue I
11. 1 .::1L. The want ad's the thine Free. I MMM . . .... .iillMMMMMMMMIIMIMM MMIMMMMMIItlMMIIM

1 mot' Ji.RATES .

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LOCALIMPERSONAL/ I tt.. . . .. . . .ltl..t..I..t.III.,11' 44MMMMMMMM*

Mr*. 1 I', It Winner ">f New Yor,
l vMliiur Mr l Mini MM' l II. t. WIHh', i iHhi
sl| fuuilly,11I. : 'i lint i: riitmlt ","rl'eat' ,
1111( -

IIr.l J, C, MmiU hftC''I"IIIt y .nfriiiinii ,-
fur lltuluw wliem t tm i.1
Itifl"IIlillg| Imlay nil liMMiie and| |lt""I1-
U re,

UIUK in Hitmnck'8 June) Hui one
hour, 12 mile for 3uc. 8- '8tfcMr.
INCOIirOItATKI. : Prepare for

A. II. Fuller, one of Alta-
monte's leuding merchants, looked after -
THE business matters in Orlando yes

STATE BANK terday. 1"f" AUTUMN Of tiff"

OF arrived Indian in Commissioner Orlando yesterday L. A. Spencer after-

noon from Miami and is spending to- ,
m ORLANDOTwentytwo day greeting friends.

years' experience in the affairs of .

f II Banking enables us to measure and meet the Savings checks are good as gold
I needs of our customers.The Ask for! them whenever you buy 11-11-tf anything By saving a definite
management of this bank has endeavoredto
liberal in amount each week. We
progressive policy, to
pursue a Mrs. Rosa Brunson, who has been :
its treatment, and adhere strictly to the legitimate visiting her brother-in-law. L. F. '
have several plans. Letus
lines of banking. Brunson, 209 Irvine street, returned

TilE SAFETY AND CHARACTER OF yesterday to her home in Crescent explain them


_ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith, of
Officers Sparta, Mich., arrived in the city yesterday -

LOUIS C. MASSEY _________________President on the Tampa Special to spend
T. PICTON WARLOWVicePresident the winter, and are pleasantly locatedon

S. WATERS HOWE ___________________CashierS West street. The Peoples National Bank"It

A. NEWELL _____. _-___-______Asst. Cashier
Engage Thanksgiving dinnerat
the Orland your Cafe. 75c. per plate. Is A Pleasure To Serve You"
Genuine old fashioned dinner.

Mr. and :Mrs. Wm. Spink, esteemed
winter residents, arrived in Orlando
last night from Granville, N. Y., and
will again occupy their home in Con-
cord Park.

Mr. and :Mrs. Bradley, Mr. Henry
Sears and wife, :Mrs. Grace Dow from,
Oak Bluffs, :Martha's Vineyard, Mass:
are located for the winter at 303: W.
04 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.1.11..1.1 .1.111.1..111111.--k
Central avenue.

1111. r . 1 . . I . . . . . r . . . . t ,,-- _. -. -- .- I r fl" II'
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.

a bargain. $200. Come quick.' 18-18-tf:!

Mr. and :Mrs. Frank B, Lathrop are 9
among the recent arrivals in Orlando.

They are from South Akron, Mass.,
and are pleasantly located for the
Haynes-Hupmobile Salesroom season at the Lakeview.Mr. JUST RECEIVED .<*

John C. Cheney of Manchester
N. II., has arrived in Orlando to
I spend the winter at the Lakeview.Mr. .
Some of those reliable STUDEBAKERS 40 Horse
--- : Cheney has been coming South ,
for a number of winters and has Power Touring Cars
many friends who welcome his re

$960.00 f. o. b. Orlando
Fish and oysters received daily.
II. M. Self & Co. MO-6-tfc .

/ ; Among the passengers arriving in
Orlando last night over the SeaboardAir
Line were Mr. and Mrs. Geo. I.

they Cary,have from spent Glens the Falls summer., N. Y., where They San Juan Garage Company | i

New Ford Home Broadway.It will occupy. their winter home, 700 1

Now Orlando-Daytona
Open will be good news to their many
friends among the residents and visitors -
209.11 South Orange Avenue that Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thim-

Telephone 386 blebee will again occupy their pretty
home on East Washington street,having -
arrived Thursday evening over
the Coast Line from Portland, N. Y.,
18-New 1916Fords where they spent the summer. 11111 I I . . . . I I . . I r 1 I . . . ___- -...- .......1 ...... J . ,


on the road. Place your order now, Savings the savings checks are department accepted as of cashin the II I II III' II MIMIMMMItllMIIIWho U, I I DlIII r . 1.111111 It 1111 I II II It H .....

and avoid disappointment."Make Peoples National Bank. 11-11-tf

this Ford Home Your Ford Home." I Mm. Wm. Weinert, of the firm of Will Be Your Executor? ,
Veinert & Company, commission
F. G. RUSH merchants, Philadelphia, Pa.. arrivedin
Orlando yesterday and expects to ANSWER NO. 2 .
remain in this section for some days. ,- -
as a
Your estate may be materially impaired : a,
:Ir. Weinert is the head of one of the direct result of the appointment of an executoror ,, i
best known houses now in existence. .
1 trustee. c::_
ills. house is represented in this section I .'
by Mr. S. T. Nelson, who looks When an individual is appointed- r ...."" .if'.. :
after the fruit end, while the vegetables The financial responsibility is generally weaker. '. 's ,
.. tIMMIIMMtlili and end is managed by ; "(>
produce It is usually provided in wills that the person : ;
:Mr. C. E. Henry, of Sanford.
nominated to serve as executor shall be excused ;:t3f
from giving bonds. :...t::...:
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5 The Friendships of Today Are When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the ex
pense of the estate, and then only partial secu .i .
The Dividends Yesterday's Mr. and Mrs. John A. Evitts have
on rity against loss is provided. 1+ r fs;
arrived in Orlando from Mesick.
When a Trust Company is !selected
Thoughtfulness. : :Mich., to stay for the winter. When .
hey left the Wolverine State, Mr. The positive advantage of strong financial re- = .

: Evitts says, the weather was very sponsibility is secured.A .
In the hurry and worry of business life, we are :. disagreeable cold and stormy and'our bond which has behind it the entire financial
apt to forget how dear birthdays and anniversaries are inches of snow was on the strength of the Institution is always filed with J'
: ground. Mrs. Evitts spent last sea- the Probate Court .t nn coat to the estate. t
to the members of the family and our acquaintances.How a
: here, but business matters com-
small a matter to us is a little remembrancehow son Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue
Mr. Evitts, to remain North
much to those remembered! :, pelled of this newspaper. .-i e b "t 5- '
lie says he sees quite a difference in
Think today of someone whom you would like to the City Beautiful since his last visit.

remember and let us be your advisers as to the gift. : They are pleasantly located for the Come in any time and freely ask for further t

: season in their home, 303 Garland information on this vitally important subject '
street. You are always welcome, and our offices are always I 'n
glad to advise.
I. J. :MUSTARD, the chiropodist.
Office over McElroy's drug store.

T. H. EVANSJEWELER ,, --- --- l-ll-6-12tc- The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

: DoctorsBIIektIIIISt'r

: (' & Bruiidngc( !! Orlando, Florida

: OSTEOIJATIIS." Capital Surplus and Profits $141,000,00
Paraonal instruction under Dr. Still
at KtrkiYtll, Mo.
: lag 8. Oran Ave.. above Peoplr
National' Hunk. "Phone 67g. M I" " II . . . . . . . . ..

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