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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 21, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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: VID00567
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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THE MORNING- SENTINEL


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FALL OFGORIZIAWOULD ENDANGER 2






VALUABLE PORTS-TRIESTE AND POLA



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TAKE; IMPORTANT- Iy vALEI1 IS HUMBLED

TKIAN CITY MAD DOG BITES SCORE OF' PREPAREDNESS IS IN BLOODY FIGHT



AUSTKFICKOESPERATEIYVi'l L BY HARVARD EUFAULA ALA. PEOPLE FAVORED BY VILLA LOSES


EUFAULVLA.. NO\ 20.-ENTY-ONE CITIZENS

\ lie Forced to Fall Hack and OF El'FALLA LEFT SVTURDVi FOR )IO TGO IEUY TO

41 TO 0 0LAST UNDERGO TREATMENT AT THE PASTEUR INSTITUTE
Take Up New Lines-A FOLLOWING WORD FROM OFFICIALS UHO EXAMINE) MANN HEAVILY

Fearful Italian THE HEAD OF A DOG WHICH BIT THEM THAT THE

OffensiveLondon DOG HAD HYDROPHOBIA. SEVERAL CHILDREN WERE
ANNUAL CONTEST OF
AMONG THOSE WHO WERE BITTEN. ANNOUNCES HE WILL SUPPORT RETREATING ARMY LOST

No\ 20.-The fall of Go- SEASON BETWEEN
A NON'ARTISANPROGRAM
600 DEAD AND 900
rizia and the breaking of the Austrian OLD RIVALS

hold on the Isonzo line is reported to ---- ---- : WOUNDED


be the imminent.A Italian dispatch.infantry from Zurich is preparing says that a SOWING RESULTS YESTERDAY Huge Alabama U. M. C. Men KITCHIN ALONE OPPOSES MEASURE MUNITIONS OF WAR ARE CAPTURED


final and the greatest assault on the Losses Fire I
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Georgetown Romps on South By May Strike
the shambles of what once was Gon- Clark's Announcement Favoring Rebel Chieftain Loses Quanti-
Carolina, 61 to 0-Army i I
zia.The Administration Program ties of War Supplies, Ac
Austrians are fighting desperately Wins From
Spring- ONE THOUSAND HALES OF : IF OLD WAGE SCHEDULE IS
and are reported to be making Leaves Kitchin Sole cording to Carranza
field, 17 to 7 COTTON DESTROYED IN ,j NOT RESTORED CLAIM
preparations to give up that city and Opponent-
fall back on a new line which has TWO FIRES AT EUTAWI|I CHANGE HAS REDUCED General
Cambridge Mass, Nov. 20. Harvard
been prepared. AND UNION SPRINGS YESTERDAY I SIZE OF BONUSES AND IN. Washingon Nov.
20.
defeated Yale 41 to 0 before Minority Douglas, Ariz., Nov. 20.-Villa'sretreating
Vienna tonight claims that the Aus fifty thousand people this afternoon -LOSS ESTIMATED CREASED AMOUNT: OF Leader Mann. of Illinois after a con- army lost 600 dead and
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trian troops at Gorizia face furious in their last annual contest of the sea- AT $130,000.Birmingham : WORK. ference with Presidentilson at the 900 wounded in one of the bloodiest

assaults yet have retained their po White house this afternoon, an- engagements fought since the battleof

sitions. son.Other scores yesterday were: Ala., Nov. 20.-Fire Bridgeport, Conn., Nov. 20.-Mechanics nounced that he is for preparednessand Agua Prieta when it was attacked

The fall of Gorizia will imperil East losses aggregating $130,000 were incurred I in highly skilled trades to the for it strong and is perfectly willing yesterday afternoon at Amalito, So-

Trieste the great Austrian port, and West Point.-Army 17, Springfield 7. at Eutaw and Union Springs number of 1,500 employed by the to help in any non-partisan program nora, by the Carranzista forces under
Pola, an important naval base. Ala., Saturday ( for adequate national defense.
Annapolis.-Ursinus 10, Navy 7. approximately 1,000 Union Metallic Cartridge company at Manual Dieguez.

Washington.-Georgetown 61, South bales of cotton being destroyed in the Bridgeport, voted today to strike on This statement by Leader Mann Amalito is twenty miles north of

STATE SUPREME COURT SUSTAINS Carolina 0. two fires, according to advices received Monday.The gave the first official announcementof llermosillo.
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VALIDITY. SALTWATER New York.-Fordham 14, Carlisle at Birmingham. I only alternative is that the the Republican party towards theadministration's The battle lasted five hours, accord-

FISH LA11'Tallahassee 10. Eight hundred bales of cotton at company reinaugurate the old schedule defense plan. ing to a report today from General

Washington.-Penn.-Wash.and Jeff. the Birmingham &. Southeastern of wages and hours. Mann said that the cooperationwhich Obregon.

\ Fla. The supreme 59, Bethany 0. freight and passenger depots two I Recently the schedules were rearranged the Republicans give must not The Carranzista leader also claims

court has stained the validity of passenger coaches, and several build and the man say that the ef- be of the sort that includes consulta- the capture of some guns and war

the salt water fish law attacked in a DEATH OF TIIEO. LA PLANT ings of the Southern Cotton Oil com- fect has been to cut down bonuses and tions of leaders on the program and supplies.

habeas corpus proceeding brought by pany were burned at Union Springs increase the work in the schedule. not of the kind which require Repub- Obregon failed to mention the Car-

Thomas Powell, of Cedar Key. Powell The death of Theo. LaPIant, 46 with a total loss of $100,000. licans to "swallow' whole" any pro- ranzista losses.

was arrested because he did not years old, occurred yesterday afternoon The Green county warehouse and AUTOFD FROM JACKSONVILLE gram which President Wilson out-
first buy license before
a engagingin at 3 o'clock. He is survived bya approximately 200 bales of cotton TO ORLANDOMr. lines.With 10,000 Greet Carranza

because the business of a fish dealer, and widow. lIe formerly resided in were burned at Eutaw with a loss Mann's support of military Laredo, Texas, Nov. 20.-Ten thou-

boat he did not in buy a license fora Springfield Ohio, coming to Orlando of $30,000. Six hundred bales of cot- and Mrs. C. II. Swasey and preparedness and the coming out of sand persons turned out to greet Car-

engaged fishing. The court two ton were saved there. daughter, who have 'Speaker Clark yesterday with the as-
sustained the features years ago. spent the past ranza upon his arrival here this even-
of the law
at- I The funeral several months at their surance that he believes in adequate
services will be conducted I summer home in er.
tacked by Powell, who was represented I from the parlors of Undertaker WHITE HOUSE SOCIAL PROGRAM in Wells, Maine, are again occupying defense, Representative Kitchin, the lie is to remain a couple of days
P. B.
by Ellis J r., of Gainesville, I
and W. J. Owen, of Tallahassee the Hand, Sunday afternoon at 3 : their pretty home, 13 East Concord majority leader in the house, is left inspecting border conditions in this

state being o'clock. Interment will be in Green- Washington, Nov. 20.-The White I avenue. They have been coming to as the only party leader in either district and will then go to Matamoras -
represented by Hon. T F.
West:, attorney general. wood cemetery, with Dr. Ley officiating House this evening made public its t Orlando for a number of years and house who opposes the measure for accompanied by a body guard of

social program for the coming winter have a host of friends who eagerly strengthening the military defense of 500 Yaqui Indians and an equal num-

TWO RECORD BREAKING SUBMARINES I I I await their return in the fall. They the nation. ber of presidential guards.

The program discloses the solution came down by rail as far as Jacksonville -

BIRMINGHAM WILL HAVE adopted by the White House of the I to which point their Overland "PAIR TEDDY GETS CHANCE TO GO TO

Washington, D. C.-The two new peculiar difficulty which exists at I car had been shipped From that city OF SIXES" A RARE THE FRONT

present concerning the entertainingof they came on by auto, finding the
fleet submarines bids for which
will
LID CLAMPED DOWN I members of the diplomatic roads in excellent
shape fora
except
corps.
soon be advertised by the navy de- I TREAT AT LUCERNEPOPULAR Winnipeg.-Sir Samuel Hughes,
partment, will exceed the Schley, now It will give two diplomatic dinners few miles in the vicinity of St. Au- minister of militia, today offered former -
instead of one. I I I gustine. When they left the North President Theodore
the
world's
biggest under water craft Roosevelt
AMUSEMENTS MUST BE In this it will separate the [:the weather was
way diplomatic getting cool
so far as is known, by 300 tons in very PLAYHOUSE WITNESSED command of a Canadian army di
displacement. They will be 1,300 PUT ON HIGHER PLANE, representatives of the bellig-I I and they are glad to get back to Or- GOOD PRODUC vision. Colonel Roosevelt declined the

AND PERFORMERS MUST erent governments. lando once more. offer.
tons craft on the surface as againstthe
TION LAST NIGHT-NEXT
Schley's 1,000 tons, and exceed WEAR MORE CLOTHES, 'I I
NOTED LECTURER COMING WEDNESDAY "BRINGING
by 200 tons the biggest of the cruiser SAYS NEWLY ELECTED HOMECOMING WEEK ADVERTISING RESULTSThe
DECEMBER 4th "
UP FATHER, FROM THE
destroyers of the
navy. COMMISSIONER. I I "Homecoming Week" at the Baptist
church will be brought( to a close McMANUS: CARTOONS."A full page shoe sale advertise-

OPENS REVL ESTATE OFFICE Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 20.-An W Blanchard :Moore traveller and i :Monday night with a social and fellowship ment in the Sentinel drew results for
lecturer with
2,500 feet of
moving meeting. A short
program Pair of Sixes"
I was presented at the Yowell-Duckworth
intimation that the "lid" will be pictures and 200 colored will! be rendered, after which a social company, as
F. \, Wallace has real streopticon I. the Lucerne theatre last night before have
opened a clamped down on Birmingham and views hour will be enjojed they been unusually busy the
smuggled of
out darkest
Russia
estate office in the Arcade building permanently sealed was given by will A visitation and fellowship com- a good sized audience which fully ap- past two days in this department.

lie will deal in orange groves, truck Commissioner Barber, lecture in Orlando December mittee consisting of thirty men has preciated the splendid caste and production -
newly elected
4. These pictures were secured at been appointed who will visit the
.
farms, and timber lands. From start to finish the
today when he declared that public a great risk of life some taken bv members of the church in parties of show 310; HUNTING LICENSESMore
amusements must be pitched upon a detective two Sunday aflt'rnoon.IOml.ers: are was uproariously funny and
Watch this
IS 1M1'IUVINGCommissioner camera paper urged to remain home there were situations.The .
higher plane. More clothes be at until they many amusing than 350
must and posters for further particulars, or have been visited bj this committee play had successful hunting licenses
worn by performers at of the a very run at have been issued
some ask some member of the by Judge Wm. Martin
Maraca
S. A. Johnson is Baptist -
continuing New York
and several of the cast
local theatres and by those attending On Friday afternoon he established -
class) as this is being TWO IIKIIIHI
to irnl'ruan,1 intend to be i promotedby : GUNBOUS SUNK were in the original Broadway
dance halls.NOTICE. production -
a record when he issued
that fifty
I organization.,
present at the major's court session I .
Ilt'rJin.Two British gunboats haveIsccn in four hours.
tomorrow The play is one succession of surprises -
I 10 ODD) LLIOW.S: ) It.l 1'111 I'KOMMX) sunk in Mediterranean; oil
I and the laughter is continuous.
Iihl'IItNS TOMORROW the Egyptian: coast bv n German ul!>' Absurdities! convulsed the audience! AN ..11)111:1FE.ITURE:
Orlando I lodge No. 20! will confer Work of repairing the slight damage marine, OlTiiial announcement to this -

Gen h 1: :Nolan, cashier: of the Or the initiatory degree, next ;Mondayevening to Apopka-Orlando highway I t'lft'e.t'n made l I.v' the admiralty to. time This and is again. of the "Ne-al of the :Navy;" a two reel picture -
only
one tine
|* iambi hank and Trust Company, is on a large class of candidates i is progressing mpull.v d.ivFloridaThe '" many is an added feature Monday's
production booked for
the Lucerne
expected to return from Georgia to- All members arc invited to --- ---__ - h__- - --- -. program at the Grand not included in
theatre and :
Manager II. Beachnm,
morrow, I attend, and visiting brethren will lie the regular program. It will be the
especially welcome. I Country's Greatest J ., is to be congratulated upon the first episode.

high class companies he has secured
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\\ II. Brokaw noble grand.


CHARLTON -IS-DISCHARGED MEW: HM.LMKOM BOD1 I Playground Filling Up RapidlyStarting ular On Father"Wednesday playhouse will b*.an night staged danother; "Brin at this fine inJr playis pop-Up AUTHOR OF "OlD NASSAU


looked tor.Hos .
Como. Italy, Nov. 20.-Porter Salt Lake Cit '.-Scores of friends I with
> yesterday it be Several well known
may i i winter
Charlton I resil and girls are asked to see the Trenton, N J., Xov 20.-Professor
was discharged from prison and hundreds of curious today viewed aid positively that Orlando's I
winter dents who returned
j l yesterday stated sketches of "Bringing Up Father"on Karl A. I-antrlotz 82,
this of
morning. iud left at once for the body of Joseph II ill st rom. who season has been launched. There 1; that the travel to Florida composer
Milan1K'LI.lt tjiis year I another page of today's Sentine'Get the famous Princeton song, "Old Nassau -
was shot to death yesterday for the were more people on the streets, a ; would be heavy, probably eclipsing in this contest and see the show ," is seriously sick at his home
murder of J. G. Mornson and his son. greater number of automobiles, and previous )'ears. The 'Frisco fair has
Wednesday night; free. here.
+ + + + + + + + I
+ +
+ + + + +
more than for ,
strangers like
any pe- closed and there can be no possible "Old Nassau" has
+
been
LEADING FOR + FINE GAME riod for several The sung by
)'ears. trains diversion to the West. The blockstravel
.. + U. S. SENATOR FROMTENNESSEE + war "LET NO MAN ESCAPE IF FIT fifty-two Princeton classes.
were loaded with passengers who abroad and consequently thereis

+ : + City Clerk Jansen went to the alighted here and from all directionscame only one great playground to FOR SOLDIER
& open I SUBM.\RINE THAT SANK TilE
woods yesterday and in a few hoursbagged motorists bearing pennants with the seekers of a milder climate-
+ Memphis, Tfnn.. Nor 20.i .- + some fine game. names of many states and cities. Florida. London.-An order in even-jC vii! ANCONA WAS AUSTRIAN'
+ With report from nine counties! + Business shortly be issued declaring that while Washington" D. C.-The Italian foreign
was good yesterday and Old residents who know whereof
+ out of fiint'ty-nU the war continues all Britishers of office has notified the American
mixing, K. I). + 192 TAX RECEIPTSCity : : there was no complaint from any of they speak declared that the vast
+ MrKcllar in leading former Governor + the merchants The cool, crisp weather number of strangers within Orlando's military age desiring to leave the ambassador Page ot Home that it

+ Patlnmon for I'hlled stain + Tax Collector C A. Boone haM promoted shopping and thousands crate augured well for the forthcoming United Kingdom even on a trip, must has no reason to believe that the submarine
+ senator by little obtain special permission.Such which sank the liner Anconawas
a
more than + issued 192 tax of
receipts to date dollars of fall good were sold winter season "It
two thousand robe.t certainly permission will not be !inven other than an Austrian!! Thin,
::.c hutch are till and from
t. Luke Lea open took as though Orlando 18 i facing without l I with the Austrian
the esent,<< Incum. those good cause.1',1NTElBnr I government' acknowledgment
See beautiful
pictures in present indications it will only be a (he greatest winter season in his
r'. brnt I. running a >ad I of the act, clean
third. up
December Ludleit', Home Journal, at matter of a few weeks until all available tory" was an expression heard frequently
. .
. . * * ) to j the last possibility that it might have
Curtis & O'Neul'i book store. room Is taken. yesterday, carry paper
) Apply at this. office. been a German boat.


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linen that one would use in promoting .VIHOI.K' ('ururnLast |(
ht OAllt Sunday after\ IVnU-coxt.I \'
his privutc liUKincfig. Absolute falrtifMH MUM and sermon, i0::: a. m .
South Florida Sentinel I i in t-hnvMi to all) counties participating \ MUM and sermon! 10) II. m I Freesia 1

MORNING AND WtFKLV none but) the cleanest attractions Hoiutry: ami Mom-didic.n. 7to::\ p. m. Tulips ,
.VAIt.I. ;Mass daily during week. 'it;;\<> a. m
racing, are
..' . Es.s'TfV ca: ET!: "......... \t....,.. I including harness And it. would Explanation: of Catholic 1. lid andwornhip ,

.. Orlando. t'k.,. lilloxu'd .n. the ground$ Tuesday 7:30: p. m.
t;nt.ird m u. I.um *l bo Imi ili1e to estimate the good Thanksgiving day mars, 8 a. m 1: . ......
bra .-... h..-..".1 <"l... Mall Mil".'. oni ; i Flower Bulbs for snit nt our I"U'I11'n"" pot planting. in door or for outdoor
-- the fair have done in bringing desirable All welcome. i and nil kind: of

Tear MMUCIUITION. .... ,.. .K.V1KStfellr. ... ,.. .... I5.UO settlers to the state and educating |I: planting, now IA the time to buy your bulb.- We will give you one of our nice seed
\ 1 I MoMhn .......... .. ...... KOD the people of Florida on the subject TTRKEYS.: ; HENS; ;, SPRING which full information about planting
CHUr..ll I 11on'... ... .. ...... .......... 1.25 CHICKENS |1 I catalogues, gives
> . ........ ...... ,..... to of renounce advantages and the f1
,. I Month ___25c
DiUI Just!! received, a fresh!! shipment of ,I Double Tulips, doz.________________ .

w"k ,:1 Ynr---..-.-... .-. .. ............ ".00 .best methods of and production.town in Floridawere nice fat turkeys, hens and spring Roman Hyacinth, mixed, doz.__________75c
-- If every city t ________40c
-4LL---SUBSCRIPTIONS- PAYABLE IN Orlando's example in chickens. Call and get prices .before Dutch Roman Hyacinth, doz. _

ADVANCE to follow matters- purchasing. E. McDowell, McNeil Mixed Single Tulips doz______________20c .

TO ADVERTISERStC I this and other progressive doing so--what awonder & Davis building, S. Orange avenue. Calla Lillies, each____________________10c
I and many are now j t" Giant White Narcessus each___________-uc r
thcr h ndwtl4trtl would be in another
>U l(t.dt.ptaand.*, k. hanrlrd all l. at th ....ID'... state Florida 1 TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY I Paper Whte Narcessus, 2 for___________5c I

tffic .f tk. Stntlnel nvI.Utrr then ale 2 tppliro p. decade. -. I Lord Malanley Hyacinths, each________lOc
tIIa day b for. puMltttinn. This Floridian who can do so
U chanr far rntrct dirtl lnu It I* Every FLAT FOR RENT-4 rooms and I II Marie Hyacinths, each________________lOc
tarUM and will be .'mll, adhered b.8ub.criber. should attend the next fair at Orlando I bath room. Apply at the Leader each_25c
----desiring- The-Sentinel- --dtkcondnued for the expense of the trip will Department Store, corner Church and Hyacinth glasses
I
the date should of expiration notify the otherwise oifiee in writing it will on be prove a fine investment. Boone streets. 11.21-3tc We solicit mail orders from out of town customers Add 5c dozen for postage.

continued at the regular cufcccription rate, WANTED Druggist,
SITUATION -
until notice to stop i. rec i" d. . I registered in Ohio, 20 experience D E .A
Telephone' N..b r 14 I I At The ChurchesFIRST local and Ohio references.years Ad. ::r. L. .

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21. 191: dress II. B. Lewis, Geneva Fla.
METHODIST CHURCH 11-21-lt "The Drue: and Seed Mnn"PROPRIETOR

Main and Jackson streets.
Those Serbian women go into the Corner FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for
'
John D. Ley, pastor.!
fighting line as though they had had Central commodious, comfortable, light housekeeping. Five minutes
the experience at an American bargain homelike. walk from the postoIT l'p. Apply to CITY DRUG STOREORLANDO
Whip school at !t-I: ."> a. m. Trainedeachers J. S. Pomeroy, at postoirice. Adults'!
counter. tine music, led by the best only. 11-21.fit
0-- Sunday school! orchestra in the state.! FLORIDA
Kansas claims to .be fast overtakingMissouri All prudcd classes.!' New pupils sir FOR HALK: OH EXCHANGE: ; Ten
in the production of mules.It cited.At acres of extt-n fine ftmnine land.
II clerk the im!tor will occupy north side lake Apopka, near Mtitlnn; A
is always safe to put your moneyon his pulpit opening the week of pnijer still: exchange;; fur; cityitrniit loll' or '

Kansas in any kind of a contest.In rnf the women! nf ihr vntimia tnle-: I for npiity! In improved| pcopcity.! ..Iddras SALE!
Xt kJ 1. 1 III.l t FOR
--- ..1,1"! ") mirtHie\ HP will pppftk on P. M. CHIP {'lIlIlIl".I. ;';'
the line of luppHi-pdiieM, it wilt "C'htl"",'h" MI'pwnidhli.| ." In luMi- I
Inn tn n lipitnttftit 1111''j""f1" dv Uu'irtt Hilt ItKNT: :M p"I-It'1i of ""\v light BURGLARS! .c.vntl 'lli'i.r' Lot I tl| (feel t"all/| nnItlolllnU
ill' f ilt'itniri'I
I '
not lie I t till* winter tn "I''II.IfaJJii | will M.l'arlth'lit'a/ | rouipr lull !
iiei-piMitry ilmriiFlimit', Mt*. Mm|>liy) In"t'kai'plntr' | I'i'i'iii"' Ullh\ till roil
\ > | ''II111 Islalitre, sit I'auis5rlyIII'i'si'y
t'OUlllllillllf' \/
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: : : i leimi' t lie latent newt ddllre4klintalltaad Iwl Iv\\\H\ \ 'Ihood: i Mt
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lug ,MI ll'ftlmy 1WIIt'l11't'e! ; (I'li'iiwiiil '\ It".'iil" l II.'", $ew "1'I'IIII.r"I, und "|uiit' | by' uiulor
i Ifhtnlti lit style' (WIIwPphis. AI night\ ltd yimitg |people| will roeduct ''''III' I lulus: ,iiiiiki, ; II oiiniiy, """111")" Itiittin liptrj-U-'M, I PiMliikl\ KIHIMI KiI'.tMry ,,' ul'"I"I syslrnl,
lllflf usual l "|"\..111111111 _"I" )11'1', 'litre I 114 I ( 1.lud,1oI fioiu (M.nl.iiri.'n Hitf \ I'iibln
\ ,, \ I ( ; 1 \ ; l, vmoiy, nit l.nrga uHitiiru, mid lug playn
--U- 1 ImKliihinif, imilor' iiniiiiily|" ",, |'lisle, nt wrvl,ililA,: ':" will in (theIhurrh )l's'inluiediutely ;/in7 Dart: pint silent |1--:1.1\;:\ \* I WHY SHOULD() 'I ) YOU WOUIIY first\ I1is'ary floor, ..... HUUIII\\, anti| A sleephunire|, furnished, He' Will bull furnished or un
clown window
'Tit| MtiKPieuU nil deny that shay t,11".f'1I II)' nit nvnligel'l UK MAIKJAIN IN ('tIINKItILKSl1)IN1 ---- und log) apartment closets with anti storage! room on 11-7 1m
seven
are baalting' j-uart, and each Htrivtm l fttu* service ut the Orlando' opera|>Mini! : : l HOPiilTY.: Policy In

to convey the lmjirfu\ _iuii that it tlX' Mr.imi I "Jeter.n, rniiiliirttiil Ivurllshly: by tilt invited pastor OWNKU NN,1tI SIU" NT. Let n llurclury CASUALITV co CHARLES P. DOWFERTILIZER

l>ecU to have peace brought to it on \\'..*." of Prayer| AND MUST R" I.I4 IN 15 .KOIKilA

n silver platter. Monday, 'I J p. m. Topic, "Why the DAYS. WILL I'KOWJCE) Protect You Night and Day I! .
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?" leader, Mr*. J. 1.Guernsey. --- -
. Week of Prayer NET INCOME OF 10 PER
i
good I'rajer for world peace I

who There think are it ia not much many use motorists to be and Tuesday for leaders, :3 p. in m.church Topic and, "Japan state.vs." CENT. In[ Case of Loss

careful as in the case of accident China, Korea the United States This property located corner of

they can always speed up and get Deader, Mrs. Pedrick. Topic, "Per- Magnolia and Concord Avenue. Rightin PROMPT SERVICE AND \\ '
Wednesday, 3 p. m. GUARANTEED
residential
away before any one thinks to look sonal Evangelism." Leader Mrs. Je the center of the finest ETTLEMENT
residence -
85x90
for their number. section of Orlando. Lot ;

a er.Thursday.. No service. built one year, and containstwo I 11ave Been Investigating and
"Blessed to
die for want of Friday 3 p. m. Topic apartments of four rooms each; Claims
towns
Many more Rless." Leader Mrs. Jas. L. Giles. has II Adjusting Burglary Fresh shipment PULVERIZED SHEEP MANURE,
confidence on the part of businessmen Every woman in the church should modern in every respect. Owner Since 1896

and tack of public spirit than plan so as to attend each of these agreed to sell for 1250. Terms just in. Best for Ferns, Lawns, Flowers and Gardens.

from opposition of neighboring towns splendid afternoon meetings. $1,000 cash, balance in 3 years. I
evening at 7:30 p. m. at the best buy I GEO. A. HUTCHINSONGen. .
and adverse surroundings. Every revival This is undoubtedly the Get yours now.Orlando
house special
Orlando opera For full particulars Agent I
o meetings. As this week will probably in Orlando today. Phone 700
Orlando merchants are offering bet- close the series, all should makean see the exclusive agents. Rooms1.6 i .
ter bargains than can be purchased extra effort to lend a hand. COOPER & ATHA Watkins Block ,

elsewhere. There is no use going out YTERI.CHURCII-0PRF.S -- [-- __114 South Orange Avenue -. Seed & Produce Co.

of town to do your shopping. Every Rev. T. H. McConnell, D. D., min 1121.12t

cent spent out of Orlando takes that ister.Wm. of -- 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166
O'Neal, superintendent
R.
much out of the business channels of

the city. Do your shopping at home Sabbath Miss Roberta school. L. Branch, organist. \ I

aid help build up Orlando. Walter Drennen in charge of the AB.COOK&COMPANY-

o music.

Everything is against the law of study Sabbath of foreign school missions.at 9:45. Lesson 'WI l CHRIST BUILDING : ORLANDO !

the the o'clock. Subject -
stagnation. The sun moon Morning service at 11
day the night the world moves. Man for the sermon "The Crowningof for
safely our
must move with them. If he movesa Love." 6:30. AS AGENTS, we invest money
at
little faster than the things about Young Evening People's service meeting of praise and worship customers; manage their real and personal Meat Market Inc.

him he is a leader. If he hangs back at 7:30. Topic for evening" sermon look after their taxes and other obligations Yancey ,
by the coat tails "The Yoke for Two. property;
and is yanked along
Practical, helpful sermons, good rentals interest and dividends. FULLY PAID UP
collecting
he ia a laggard and a loafer.If and welcome for all. I ,
music a ,
o The Union Thanksgiving service T. A. YANCEY. Jr.. Pres'and Mgr.

you will take the time and trou- will be held in the Baptist church on INCOME INVESTMENTS, Mortgages and Bonds ORLANDO. FLORIDA
of the lead- Thursday morning with a sermon byDr.
the history
ble to
study
McConnell. Topic for the Thanksgiving and Retail Dealer in Choice
ing cities of the state you will find sermon, "Thanksgiving the : Wholesale

that those that have come to the lighest." BUILDING MATERIALSAND Florida and Western Meats
and --
business
front as centers of population

are the ones that are blessed ST.Rev.JOHN'S E. Irvine EPISCOPAL Georges, B.A.(Colored,priestin ) I Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game Etc.
with boards of trade or chambers of CONSTRUCTION
charge. Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
commerce or both. Sunday, Nov. 21. Sunday next before -
Advent. Communion at 7:30 a. I / Business '135 P. O. BOX aa6
o m.; high mass at 10:30 a. m.; Sunday PHONES \ Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and. Church St.
called case
be a
This is what can
school at 3 p.m.; solemn evensong and on your
time worry
money
of hard luck. A minister at Hartford, and sermon at 7:30 p. m. \Ve can save you ,

Conn., worked all forenoon on his I Tuesday, Nov. 23. Meeting of the building operations. Our clients are satisfied. I
Voman's Auxiliary at 7:30 m.
Sunday;; sermon, "Thou shalt not : p.y .
Nov. 24.:: Evening
steal" then laying it aside went to Wednesday at 7:30 m. I II
and litany p.
prayer \
the football game. When he returnedat Thursday, Nov. 25.; Feast of I The ar.. et

night he found his desk covered Thanksgiving. Matins, high mass _ __ ____ - -- -- -- 1
with candle grease, his very excellent and Saturday sermon, at Nov.10:30 21.a. m.Confessions __ _ ,---- OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY r

sermon had been inspected and left heard from 4 to 5 p. m., or by special OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
but pieces of jewelry to the amountof ppointment. Offer!
had been taken. A cordial invitation is extended to A Bargain FRESH AND SALT MEATS
$1,000
he services which are inspiring and Kept' under the best sanitary conditions.Everything .

o elevating. -0-- We offer a lot 74.8 feet by 150 feet fronting east on screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

WHAT BUSINESSMANAGEMENT: HAS DONE ST. LrKE-S CATHEDRAL Elam Street, just three lots off beautiful Lucerne Circle and pure.We .
Very Rev. Henry R. Item sen, dean. rica street and Lucerne Circle We haveeverything
Ame satisfaction.
street
FOR THE ORLANDO FAIR. Nov. 21. Sunday next before Ad I where Elam invite inspection and guarantee
(Tampa Times) vent. intersect. Lot faces East is high and dry level has in the Meat Line.

learn what 7:30: m. Celebration of the Holy location. PRICE $1500.We ::; .
If Floridians wish to a. I oaks in front and is in the RIGHT I
combined withbusiness Communion. .I-I. M. Self & Oo.
,
public spiritedness !':45: a. m. Sunday school and cate- have $1000 to loan on good security.Orlando .
will do in the mat-
ability JIf
chism. PINE STREET |
ter of building up product exhibit 11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser!' PHONE ISO. 80

fairs, they should attend the Five- mon. : Evening prayer and ad- Real Estate Co. I .
7:13 p. m. .
held at
be -
Midwinter fair, to -
county
dress.November.
Orlando February 15 to 19. inclu h"e. 25. Thanksgiving day. E. B. BRADLEY I

There is not a well informed native 7:30 a. m. Celebration of the Holy WATKIXS BLOCK PHONE 501 I III

settler of this state who I Communion. II
er pioneer 10:30 a. m Thanksgiving service I You Do Not Believethat
will not be surprised at the variety and sermon.
the five counties -
products shown by -- IM
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of the lake region, which are CIIIWHI.Xn MISSIONARY: 1111111111f I111I1I11I
like locomotive and rides
the Chalmers has a
power
among the richest in the world and ALLIANCEMeets ONLY!

mooe who will not be pleased and every Sunday. Sunday at :3 schoolat m., SATURDAY like a parlor car just call for a demonstration at 14 E.
p. t
and preaching
2 p. m. I At The e ; ;
the amusement attractions Please No Delivery
benefited by short. Cash! .iorices
while the days are so Spot '
for the annual event. I half hour change I Church street or phone 223. --:
secured this >-
remember Best Wheat' _______-------------------s
The first fair was held in Orlando Elder L. I>. Burdick is Come supplyingthe and Purina:;: Scratch________________________52.30
six years ago, and it has grown till It pulpit at present.Remember the ______$2.00
the children. T. S. Scratch ------------
bring __ ------
equals in every department, some of place 22 West Pine street.t'NITARLtN 1 Hay ________________________________ $1.10

I the state fairs held annually in TcHl'RCHCentral Sweet Feed__________---'______________$L65 CUALMrRS MOTOR CAR CO.

Southern States. The coming fair and West street. Bran________________________________ $1.55 1
will be equal or superior to the first Eleanor avenue Gordon, minister. + White Corn Meal ,92 Ibs.____-__________$1.75

South Florida fair, held in Tampa. in Rev.Sunday school.E.at 9:4o a. m. t Yellow Corn :Meal 100 Ibs.______________$1.90
D. Phillips
:
V.
Freeman Mgr
1904, although a larger number of Church services at 11 o'clock; "subject I w t Lard 2's and 4's in Pails__________22c and 45c ,
here. The "Church 1..0. 'alty. :
of ,
represented sermon
counties achieved were in the past and to Unity Circle on Wednesday after- I t Come One Come All This is the first of our Saturday ; 14 EAST CHURCH STREET. tHONE 223.

success noon. This is one of the social after. Try Them...
based Specials.
be achieved in the future, is noon. with Mr: Townsend as hostess!
the fact that the bus invited.HIGHLAND .
wholly upon All are I
ness men of Orlando have promoted I -GROVE- CHAPEL The Co-Operative Produce Co. __ --6


these Orlando fairs, but not for for the the benefit Bole benefit of Orange of I Ii Sunday.3 p. m. Nov.Preaching 21. Sunday by Dr. schoolat A. F ;I; W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447 ; Try A Sentinel Want Ad.

and other counties of Central Richmond at 3:30. Come out and illlllllMMMMilMlliMMiililMllllililllMIMMH

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LEY I .u.n: UUAL I'OR )IAN SE .
TEXCED TO II XGTallahassee.
:Mr. and Jrs. F. E. Hathaway, ac. I
Niles, Ohlo_
le for the
pI companied b )Irs
Hathaway'!; moth- .
Enthusiasticcceptance I posed monument to be erected Fla.-In the supreme
to the er.Irs.!\ A. S.
ennett. arrn'N
of "Creed," n" "'ash.inJton memory of William lcKinle)', prest- afternoon rrom Fall HJ\'er)'esterday court )'esterday the judg-ml'nt of the'
circuit court was re"l'rsl'd in the case'or
dl'nt of the United States and former
Sodet)' I 1 Iassachusl'tts. This is their I'ixth F. H.
I vernor of Ohio, will be dedicated Crawford a inst the state ;
season in Orlando ,
and they of
are 'er Florida.
) Crawford had
I been '
November
20th. Go"ernor gen'tenced -
Frank
William Fremont D1ackman, D. D., Wil1ls. of this enthusiastic onr the man)' delights to han tor the alleged murIdl'r
I state. will make n'I'n'I'I I or the Beautiful.
City
rho D., LL. D., tormerly prl'sidl'nt ofRollins I s l'ech at the layin of the of L. C. Keen. The hi&rher court

Conl' and now the owner stone. here granted a new trial for CrawCord. -
":(iUESS UEU\SED: .
or an extensive ranch on the Wl'kiwa

r'er, recently rt'C'eived the tollowinll'tter CUiUSTlA cn; n; The ne&l'rt'ss who walll in the dt + + + +
Sunday IIchool lit 11-15 ) + + + + + + + + + + +
trom Florida'. senior Unitt'dtatl'8 :o t'rviC'es at 11 n. m.; l'ut.jl.'t.a. m. .. oul jail l'har ed with tr.inJ: to Iturn a + IT 1'\\" TO o..lm. 1U'W.\lm: + I Il1l1Wt'fill

l'I'nator' Iron. n. U. FI'lC'ht'r. : I and nody." one room dwelljn. on I'rot. J, W. I + I': TI ":I, + !
jmmonM' proflt'tt Thur"la mQrnln +
Unilt',1 lnl('" ('nnl(', Wednel'day ev'nln I\'rvicc at 7: 15. ) ) : +
Wnlhin&rton, Nov. 1'', Hllli, i Third fioor, o wns re"l'uII.1 frum (ulltudy )'t'IIt'rtla! )' I Iwht'n + h'rilT (:ordon. "hit ad"'r.H..d +
corner : outh : .
nr, Willillm I" 1lII'kmnn, Ornn&l'c IIuITiC'il'lIt t".j.lt.n( ... C'oultl nut 11lI.tnillt'd \' ; + In t h.. t'lltin'" hat ,.
fI"'IIUV UIIJ c.hut'h I h +
Willlt'r l'nrk. 1'10r"ln, tn'l'l. Jolltrllnt'c: to detain
her
11e'lIr 1111 Chur'h Itrt'd. lontl'r. ; + "ould pa) $:;0 a" a re''ard rorth. +
Jodnr-: ft.w (" '('Illnltl' R&I'OI I + .. .

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UI.. "I"lorltll' o'I.ty \\'II"hin&rto"." 11\\1: U.U.U: ..: 1U.: IIJ1: t'I.: Tht'"t! wn... no 111't'tln or thl' rit + Ih'r, ,
) paid Iht $:;0 10 Ht'llut) H. +
\\1.lIe. C'lIrnmltlt.(' on ('on"titutiunnllil Ir. nntl1\lrll. J, So \\'lIn(', lit IIliu'k1I0llntnln. ('Oland I )'(,lIterIIIlY "I' Commlllllolll'rJlfhnlllln + (.. (hnll'r..1' orlnl...,. I'lIrk +

1..111\\11 WIIIII IIUt. I r..I1.1. to thlllot'l.rt'lII'nt \ N. C., hn\'e lenlllt'11 the W.H. Is IItlll III. alld Commlllidollt'rUolt'tbon 1 + ,'>IIIIt'rda '. Th.. Quiet Clutch-Runs
ad'nHlt'm.
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)'lIur "Crt't',1 rllr .10 rlol In 11 II, >ntII + in Oil
'tn,1. It w" mo t ,'nthullh"lh'nlly re.lvI. O'N('111 rl'lI"l'n't' on !'Ihl.tt) ...tt''t'tfllr Is olT on Q huntlrl&l' trll'. + alllll'arl'd ''n ThurNlay'" "IIt1n..1alld +
.
. .,. lIy rt'lIIolutlu" It wnlll orIPrt't1 tht' wlntt'r. Mr. IIn.1 1\It.\ .. \\')'nllemotott'tl II + Thurltday .'t'nlnat at "I, + f-fj j The clute!. or the
'''"('tll >.I"".our mlnull''' nil" ,"luJlh'" to Otland., from Black The firllt met'thlK tor the 1IlIlIlIh or + n'.I'N'k tI,.. d"IIII'.rnt f Lath of oil. new Maxwell operate. In a
III' our uhl. nn,1 1.1f'.I e. !: )('Ill{ "a + Thl. make. It remarkably
lountAln.H1' the Hour..1 1'1I'.le' .mooth
I W'HI ""kt'tl tll t'llIlultt' whl'l hpr lIt UIlIt) ('hlllll'l 1111u"II1) 1 + rnl.tut"11 ty (h..tllitt'l't al \\In- + .I J nndelvet, In e'1gagement and eliminate.
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brC'"Jna: All low "Aftt'r.Co.t" rC'cord.
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HUNC'-\N U, "'Jf TlIfn: '11Ii: )' )' iotenJi4)' i..lIllIg. h ntillg Ii.
The Woman',. ('I h of T"mf'iJiome censes, JIIi otfir WUi wurmelt with .

time ago ,uike.! anll rt'eivet! permli uflplieanb aU di4)',

Ion to print Ur. TIIaC'kman' "f'lorMian' fjj .

>> Creed and Covenant" in their

Year Uook, ",hich also attest>> it>>
great and wide-spread Convinced
popularity.nil.
I I E. A. WiLLIS, SCIENTIFIC TAXEnEU IIST

HAI\EU TO AIJUESS Y. I ..toe..1"Yes Ilv," the said the I"k ..ontra.tor spel'iai st,, "as 1 ('an he 'J'axl'drl'rn)' work in all its branchl's, Birds, ,Animals, Game Heads,

1. C. A. NEXT WEEK I C'u re !o'oiJ." Fish, etc. mounted true to life. Skins tanned and made into ru s.

man"What faintly."Ninet will. it cost," a..ked the sick Send me )'our nl'xt peciml'n.H .

At the next weekly meetin of the fi\'e dollars," 6 ,V. VEACH STUEET ORL.DO, FI A.
Youn "You will have tCJ shade
Jen's Christian }'our price
Association
:1 little," rl'plied the
contractor. "I
to be hE.'ld in L 'Tnan G 'mnasium, Dr. got a "etter bid from the undertaker." --. III' "
Thomas R. Baker, Ph.D., for twenty'five The specialist stood pat on his prire i "
years professor of Natural Science and his competitor g-ot the job. I 'G'AS' i' N
I Iwotk
the in Rollins Colleg-e, now retired on We and are sanitar specia1ists' ('onditions in our prevail.line of i "i

Carnegi Foundation pension, will It will pay 'ou to stay on the safe
address the side.
)'oung men.Dr.

Baker is wide1y known and beloved Oc Per Gal .
throug-hout Florida; during the Orlando I 'V. DeLANEY 'VAY

summer he has visited the Yellowstone

National, certain Park, the parts San of Francisco Iexi'o, and Exposition Steam Laundry ; Way's Auto Inn II I


where Honolulu he,!'till and resides returns, g-reatly to the benefited campus, I FRE CH LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANF. S : "The San Juan Is Opposit.'IE..'." I, -
Corner
b his Orange and Central.
) trip. Open Vntil 10 P.'I.. I
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For this week we are olTering an enormous arra)' of fine hi h-g-rade Home
This is not mere "ad"ertisin talk.'P'Ve furnishing-s at prices so attracth'e, considerin the hig-h qualit .
are prepared to that the
Jh'e "oU the enn most
experienced
,
Jreatl'st 'alues bu'er
in will beamazed.
ha\-e in strictly hiJh-dass merchandise
pecialized purchasin this furniture at
to the point where prices that are Be 'ond11
we and
can state
e'ery st'le are represented and the pri'es willlinJer lon in the without hesitation, that Our Sto'k Is Th e )Iost Complete In Orlando Toda Any Competition.We .
!
memory 0 fthoseho .AII finishes
igantic stock O\'er full)".. IT IS THE LAUGEST AND )IOST CO IPLETE IN TilE CITY.partake of these Great Clearance Sale OlTerings. DOX'T bu elsewhere)until 'ou ha'e looked of wood our,

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Wnnting At 1"h",80l.ow . '
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Prices lj! r-' terns Just Received. j.n'g j..

nigllh\r ,t5On1"' ', 5 HIl, TUlt t'. 0, Tull4! tor_ u u___$;r,1..5Heglilur
< i lar $:!II.OO1.'lie' rah, gen, Itather Hoekers _ .' i
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$11.0l'ullie.. t -in. Top 1'" 0, Ulilf foruuun:51egular : 1 .. Jegular: - .,
$16,00 va'ue' Oak leuther
311.00 .... uJlhol. -_ __.! ,75legular
: 'u'ue. M-in. n. China Clo el !oru$31.13Iebrular I
/ - -- \, $15.00 ,'alue Oak leather uJhol. loders ( __ __
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: $ !
$65.00 niue, 5in.. K China Cloet (oru57.50Jl'gular / z
I ll'gular: $12.75 ,.alue
Oak
leather \Jphol.
$:noo ,'alul', Sin.. G. O. Ex Table toruu____$:! 75 2.2Wl'aing Hocker (or----$1O.48

Regular $10.00 n'ue' ':eed Hocker ____ ______ .
Iegular10.00 'alue.I8in.. G O. x TaLle roruu$33.75Il'gular -------- $

$:!5.00 ,..alue.I Iin.. G. O. Ex TaLIe ror __ _$:! Retgular $8.50 value Hf't'd Hocker ----- ________ $ OHeguIar

Regular $:!G.OO ,'alueI Iin.. P. A. Ex Tafble or uuu_$:! ..25Hegular $9.00'a1ue Ieed: Hocker [ --------------________$ .

$30.00 ,'ulueISin.. F. O. Ex Tab1e ______$:!:;. two ,;trandl of I"otton where othE.'rs use but one is the Regular $:;.00 ,'alue F. O. Iocker: ------ ____________$
:-imple !'tor)' of Waite finish :
ropl'rior and durabilit
Reg'Ular $30.00 value.isin.. E. E. Ex Table for u_u u___$:!-1.75nl'gular but fast color warp. Special Fl'lection ofirJrin) wire UsinJ: nothing I Regular $5.50 value G. O. Hocker ------ -_ ___ _$ .!

$11.50 value, -IS-in. G. O. x Table _______ _$ exclusive featurl'S of the Waite better grass rUJ:. grass are Regular $3.50"alue G. O. Rocker tor--u-----$2.7:

j Re&l'ular $15.00"alue.. F. ) Table _$ :!.;; CO IE IXxn SEE THESE EW RUGS TOD.-\ j Regular $2.0alue G. O. Hocker ----____ __$ .!
: : RE.'gular $1.25 value G.
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these wonderful low sale prices RemarkableTo Big Store's Big Shoe SaleSHOE





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THE BIG STOREOf



Women's Misses' and Children Shoes



Friday and Saturday were two big days in the great Shoe

Sale hundreds of customers came and went away pleasedwith

the great bargains they got. Don't miss this wonderful opportunity to purchase

high grade shoes at exceptional low prices.

I SALE CONTINUES ALL THIS WEEK AND UP UNTIL DECEMBER 1ST.

'Lot No. 1. Misses' and Children'sShoes Lot No. 4. Ladies' Gun Metal, Tan, Lot No.7. Ladies' Patent, GunMetal
Patent,Gun Metal and Kid,sizes Patent and Kid Shoes, Oxfords and and Tan Shoes In this lot you
8 12 to 2. These Shoes are specially t Pumps This includes Cloth and White will find some wonderful !good! bur
good for school wear as they ate all in tops former values up to $d, to closeout gains! Shoes thut arc really worth
good leathers and! Mtyles, Former priced ut $3.15 a pair double: what we ask for them in this
.. up to :1.00.!)()(),to he closed out it dale $1,95 a pair
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$1.00 a i pair
Lot No 5, Ladies' Patent, Tan and
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Lot No 2, Missed and Children's Kid Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps Good Owing to limited spacewe
Shoes In Patent Tan and Velvet,in qualities and styles Values up to $5, I
, sizes for the larger school girls, This in this sale $2.85 a pair I mention only a rew of
is a wonderful lot, and well worth wonderful bargains
the
I 2002.50 and$3.00 to be closed out at many
Lot No.6. Ladies' Kid, Gun, Metal,
$1.60 a pair in the Shoe Department
Tan and Patent Shoes, Oxfords and
Lot. No.3. Ladies' Patent, Tan, Dull Pumps. See this wonderful lot as during this Great Sale.
they are exceptional good values that
Kid and Gun Metal] Shoes. This is a
miss. Values
\ you cannot afford to up The within the
prices are
wonderful opportunity to purchase ,
to. S4.50 specially priced at
regular $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00
$2.35 a pair reach of all.
1 qualities in this sale at $2.50 a pair. .i

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

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

I THEY MUST BE SACRIFICED, REGARDLESS OF PRICE!


: Owing to the large business of the last year on ,

a : 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

6 half the money you ever did before.
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ORLANDO'S LARGEST STORE. "QUALITY DID IT."


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I Report of the Condition of -- "
TilE STTIU.XK; OF ORLANDO,
\t Orlando.in the State of Florida at
the close of business,
Winter Park f News :November' RESOURCES.10. 191;).


Loans on real estate _$ 70,932.85Loans ;:
on collateral secur-
ity other than real estate 100,319.80All
other loans and dis-

Daily Budget 01 Items ConcerningThe Overdrafts counts __- 374,483.60 264.59


Town And Rollins CollegeBAND State Railroad bonds county bonds_and_municipal h 35.180-.40 20,799.16 It's' A Banquet of Appetizing Bargains to Partake of Walch

Stocks of _

CONCERT THIS AFTERNOON FIRST ISSUE OF THE SANDSPURThe Other Banking real fixtures house corporations estate,_furnitureand 11291.91 12902.55 15,036.03 Is to Whet One's'' Appetite A For the Turkey Dinner

first issue of the Rollins Sand- Claims and other resources! 2,699.42
The series of concerts which is being Due from Having cause to be thankful for a
incorporated very satisfactory
spur as a weekly college paper ap- year, we give thanks in an easily-
given by the popular Winter banks 162116.69 understood and generally appreciated by
peared yesterday. At the last mo- way providing through this Thanksgiving Sale
Park-Orlando band is to be continuedand ment it found Due from private banks at very low prices, big lots of new Winter Goods.
was necessary to issuea and bankers ____ 1609.30 Wishing to forget no one we
an especially fine program has six page edition, although only four Checks and exchanges nh for generously provide for everyone.. Truly it will be a merrier holiday if selections for
been arranged for this afternoon. pages had been planned. clearing __ 731.18: person and home are first made from these assortments !
The organization has been rehears- Other cash items _ 1.3I.S.;:
The Sandspur is designed to fill the Cash hand _ YOUR FIRST TIIOUGIIT-A
ing some music and on :m.iU.16Ie'.enue NEW DRESS OR SUIT FOR THE IIOLIIUYfr'sia1Su"
new promises to
need for live student
a publication, stamps _. 9728
give an entirely new program today. and gives the campus news in crisp, City and county Warrants 10.10181Total I
The concert will be held the
in parkat
readable form. The --- '
publication has \
3 clock, and nn unusually large u_- f8C,0.2S7.8l> ;
received liberal support from the advertising LIAiIILITIES; .
crowd is expected.Ilir.YHMI !' public, and the subscription Capital stock paid in $ rn.i>oonSurplu < .. .
-- !' fund IO.IMMMMI) \
managers report unusual! RUccesB.! 1\ r \
MSS: ( i (OI'KNM ; five' hundred copies of the first issue Undivided, profit!' ,hose pt ___
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With the of the ,
opHiltitf hunting were published. 'I he Satid t II ; t r
pur'gitpppniiuire Ihdivldiitil deposits! ctil'jnt'' ,
winoit, pterdity! 'hiitnlieis" of Winter \ I l'' '
) win! t"e" tt'11vlllt pntlitHnum tn stuck, 'III:I,WUII'!' '!I I'' I
1'nik' I.t.ltl.ll'| | went out In parllee| or by the. Itollln "tU.lt'IIII'tllll llpintit'il. rpilKlrttteN, nf .tie ) \ l I I II / ,
nlitiif niiil sprat the day liuntliii, I posit'' r, |ian) Ill' I r ,; \
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I'' hat' ,MyM. was i.'tnp'i| '**"l| of. Mr point the. he sI/1Vkr \III1iIIl.,1\ ., ":h 't
$ 'new |'iiii.r| $pinniNc' $ IM It 't JIM
mill, M''.... I IM' MtONiii I \V II. prlntlle. Its cot 11I"1"11"' Mini will tin' il'inlil. mill',! |tug I 1.1. ''h '.1 l (/ t I t / \ \ I I 1'f\
11, II., 1"lltt'l. tout II. \1, htad' ''''Inw% enitrlleinltly, In HIM ,.hiinl ofmil. 'I/nn In |Ilaut{ | |".0lllin,| "liitlil' , 111,11.''illlii! 1 it\t \
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iiiingpr, liiotliPin. , of dmleven academy nt '. J",
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1114)mi has jnot lgnet| n t two $: the glad' hand' 'I itl"f pventng I, iiV, Howe( ; (fibhim of Ihe above' "' I fl / l '"
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Corporation ta join heir ..IRIf, Jlftlift OiUiiiln, high H-hool, I hy thatflUDf the atmye btutemt-nt l ili tine; lo the \ I' .....i I \\I I"t } 1 \ '
)?*, who has hewn, ! in Winter Park heat of my knowledge and btlicfH '' ; "
of Ii J o, A -- J
; score to monster IHJII- W HOWE( Cuahier, Y 'f
for some months past, is a eon of
fire was 'built on Morse field and a Correct-Attest;
Mrs. S. I n. JJajes, who owns an al" general jollification followed! enlivened : J.OUIS C. MARRf Y, Nothing more opportune We have just received the second shipment of exquisite new
tractive home here Me has had several by speeches from members of LUCIUS L. 1'\YNf Dresses that our contract calls for. We cannot describe them. We cannot find words to I
T PICTO.V( WAm.OW.I ,
jtara experience in the motion the faculty and from a number of II I Directors express their beauty We are more than astonished at their lowness of price

picture field, and there is no doubt students Subscribed; and sworn to before me
.hat he will prove successful in his this 20th day of November 1915.!

new position.CLOVERLEAF. "BRINGING UP FATIIER"IIIGATTRACTION THOS. B. RODW Notary A TER Public, Linens. For Thanksgiving and After

FOR GRAND Ih
PARTY LAST THEATRE WEDNESDAY SOLD TWO MAXWELLS YES-


The girls at NIGIrr Cloverleaf entertainedmost GUll Hill, the daddy of all successful TERDAY t.I I

pleasantly last night at an informal cartoon plays, has clinched anoth-I Way's Auto Inn sold two Maxwells

"busy bee" social. The young er "money foundry" in George Mc- i yesterday, one to Mrs. George W.

men of the college were present in lanus's cartoon series, "Bringing Up Jones of the Favorite theatre, and

considerable numbers and a lively Father." That this irrepressible wiz one to II. A. Cole, of Winter Park. Lr : Yv 1f'C,,
time was enjoyed by all. Work for ard of stagecraft picked "Bringing 'Mr. Way has but one Maxwell left

the annual bazaar was the fashion Un Father" as a winner is enough: to I out of an original shipment a few .......
for the evening, and even the guests make the entire theatrical world wager days ago of six. I

were forced to take an active part in that it will be a success. In summing -

preparing articles for sale. up Mr. Hill's successes, don't
overlook the fact that the cartoon W. T. ENTRICAN

GETS FIRST MAXWELL days produced in the last thirty
LICENSED CONTRACTORfor
II. E. Cole, of the Winter Park Refrigerating years have been under his manage-

company, yesterday purchased ment. The McManus cartoons have PAINTING, DECORATING, ETC. These fresh and snowy table linens will add
materially to the
the first of the Maxwells received made a play that has In the hands of giving feast. enjoyment of the Thanks-
the Mr Hill, the remarkable They are exceptional qualities, in a very handsome range of beautiful
by new Standard Garage. > proven most I Phone 217. designs of
the
some dainty effects
being reproductions of
quaint old
day in the history of the musical colonial patterns
TODAVH SERVICES. AT \\ INTEHPA comedy stage. It has simply cleanedUp be which priced are before so much the in demand at the present time. They are priced as linens used to
supply short and
ran prices wont
UK CltUltCilKHrir all previous records and eetnbItdicd upwards.
MISS MAY HARDAWAY 72 inch Table Damask' Special l'riceu__ _,
new ones thai never will be -u= ------H==H___=___=_..___ fl Jc
t ItaplUl Church b irokpn, therefore you may reel HB rUIII.H' STKNOfJHAI'HKH; (: : 70 Hemmed Inch Half Napkins, dozen__..............- - _ _=_ =.____==_=___=- __= ====="$J.li:
Bleached
The dried, church, 'nenr the colleges ured that "Uritmltig. Up Father" waerdgned \\'IST.m. PARK, I'l.A. Naps to match Irish Table Linen, Hlll'c1nll'rko==uu=_,._!=_?.I_____J ?=70e
dcm'nc-_ _ _
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< T. tUniglitM, pnator., for and will l'ethl' peer ofall 72 inch == ===== == = = = == $Irtl)
"Humidor" Lliu-n (Our I Extra Special, Pure Linen I nrnuPlk lffoI-l.iri
J'rl'urhlnU' In the morning at 11ti ritrtotm l playa t'eIt ut the I.u> i\\ts\\ worth $
of
clock" anal I .in the;! evening! nt 7. erne I thentre t next Wednemhty \nng. = :SrhultIliilldlnk': 1 ": I'hom ton Our vnrk'ty Cullrcllon th'signs-'Nnpkhn uf Hand ( to inati'h 1. dt :c'n- == = = =.==== = = = = === = === -__- _=== $:.1.75 1
h Hmlin: ldi>rt d Madcilu Mnt-n, In Trii Sets"" (Vnlrr I.fft.rurtl'l, :;
Nunday, (school In charge of !i. N : ,
Squiirvn.: thinners, Napkins' IhmtlkerchdfH. KHUN" c-tp.
1I."mlnl", superintendent, meets at All Work Neatly and Accurately Done etc SI'I':Cltlll' PIUCKI J).

I IM45.: FAIL MALI; r.? r. 'tt \\K; W.s.011. 10 Hl'.i:..; 'IIIIS
II, Y. I' U. meeting at 111./\: / p. m.j !I_M; .:;,
Having bold my plate on the north .
(subject, "May I Expect: Jod to Care I Room No. 3, Schull lithe { n't \', t A
hide
of 'Lake (Itanhoe, I otter for sale r/!, ,iJ: S.t. .. -
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for Me Personally" The meetingwill at a bargain my family home, harness :' ,.11, tl fI'8' ,y la SMART 1 rFr -
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Dr.
C. W. Fain I 1"
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lie led liy Miss Annie Stone All carriage and wagon alto my ', "' +'#' , "Y' NEWHAT .r. Y I'r ;; 1
s mall llultk car. Any one dehlring to 1. f
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young people Invited to come andtake DHNTI8T r( ; 1-
Inspect them do at .
the
can BO place .' t't
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IIlIme'pit I t. by asking for the caretaker. railing orrotmsEt
or .
Office Hours M :
In the evening the student body on IS'. It. O'Neal: at his office.A. to 12, 2 to 3. .. 5,4)5J5 { I fljiLJtp tl. '
II. '. WINTER: I'AUIr.u. 1' \ vtj )
from the college will meet with this!' Mallorj 11-2\-:1tr\ : \ n 2.1 b.Lr.\LLir! )

church and& t the pastor will preach on ; "trl.\1( j iiumriAHS( . '> )
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the theme, "The Htnt)"or n Lust!' Itoy." 1f'/i.'t.. J&t4!#: .
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Midweek |irner meeting Wednesday The Eola Packing Company \ .... ;: 'And Pattern tfl" .".:..... '"- ,#. :
evening At 7 o'clock.
\\hoeVeP rend this iiotloe, and especially UnL' .INUu, rU"tlll\ .' J -t "" : f jfi;.'I/jJ.. L : Trimmed r

strangers' !' HIP invited. (III nil ,. HATS:
i .
SpecialtiesCustom J'
Worth :nn IMIi ""..1I'OIIIIN
thee! pervhe, llnnd your t'HII to I
I the |pastor oP place It on the collet= I It;' 'I. Up I to Our UMi, tirtiiy| | | in all|| (t'nlur6! ill-
lion plate! lie ""III.II.t! yU'l'' to stake ( :: ( 1'lttIit'i'? 1''llIipmtint:' t' *.1'l&t ,.\" rhdint. / hiss k, Tllankegtvitg,/ filth.I't'fh .

your m'tuwlittanc' 4hipllt'ra' itiul Ihl'I'Ei t'nita f.u.li HrlliimMl'tU'lll i -1' for hh uu___ __ 'XI.'
'fhlthklilJi\'ililf lrvlt'f, The alatual. Ol'lI\Hil'Ei'' tgu'tltd 1'craotiill Attention ( ; - ; i k kI $5,00 IM ,IM..If, HIM I\ IHIHII,,,,,, I'OI'I.IS='=

IIlIhlll thaak.giviog service: In 'lIkh ({rowers: Shippers fund JUiyers united to in.spt'ct the pUnt and) nrrniiEtf _._ ,vr' /#,J. A beautiful| quality| lu all the NEW
t List| ; lumhes! anti people> of therener.i'ly town : \ )
| tor hun eating lend
packing their
crops, :\'l fall I| colors. Our regular $1,25,
unite will I'd l |hel|"| the| 1; I
@ ; in I Fruit Pafktd nnd chipped, n* directed li>- the owner of the goods, Thanksgiving :Hale I'riceJfu

Baptist church; on the morning of ACKINt IIOUSK$ :Corner Concord tie and .\, C. L Track: I

Thanksgiving day at 10:30 o'clock, 11',1 II.( nul..;. Igr. .1. S, ".\fa;, .last Mgr. C..t. COCHHAN. 10 -Yards Outing Flannel for_..______85c 10 Yards Unbleached Pure Linen Towling
when the
will l Ire
sermon delivered liy l li
Packing house Foreman.Patronage All Colors-including White and Cream,
i i'r Endow! of the Congregationalchurch.
Stripes and Checks. for, 95c, worth 12 l-2c yard '

- Respectfully Solicited

MrthodUt Church MEN'S FURNISHINGS GROCERY DEPARTMENT

W. L. Dane, pastor. .. I The new "Visor" Sweater is a Corker. Suggestion for Thanksgiving
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Sunday school, 10 a. m. 3 styles in one-with, without and with a
Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7pm. Roll Collar-all Colors-All \\'ool-Al1 Plum Pudding, Richelieu Nut Cake
1 lb. pkt. "Stones" fruit cake for30c
Morning subject, "Humility. Rev. Sized. .
M. F. Collier will preach in the even- It Now Price $5.00 All other "Stones" cakes, each1Oc

ing.A NEW GLOVES English Walnut Meats, Pecan meats,
welcome to all! For Street and Full Dress Black Walnut :Meats Almond Meats-
-oCongregational- Buy a "BUICK" or a "FORD"Car To be "au fait" one should wea rthe New New Nuts of all kinds NEW Fr-T5 and

Church Silk in White and Pearl Gray Special DATES, Raisins, Currents, Citron,
C. E. Enlow pastor. price 150 pair. Orange and Lemon Peels, Crystalized

0:43: a. m. Sunday school. I For Other Occasions, prices $1.50 to S2.50 Cherries and Ginger, Champanale.Call .
11 a. m. Owing to the absence oi f and be satisfied
the pastor the pulpit will be filled by and See Our Delicatessen Department-It Is Something New in Orlando.DicksonIves 1

Dr. "". F. Blackman.

7 p. m. The Young People's Christian -

Endeavor holds its usual service Winter Park
at this hour. Auto Co. jj Co

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10 a. m. Holy Communion.

,; 11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser "Or1 ,do's Favorite Shopping Place.1' Orlando, Fla.

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Mr-) : 1'-I' *.n)ethyl i i ii.i Mr! A. H- Vt114 I! FfJlII(:"y III hI''l4'' 1eW \\ ft r.flHfrl r. lill; !! '' "' )
#II liihp I Mrs nal itlll t l J' rns I.ut; : ttt' :h ''Hf.I' kIIKrY IhtH nfatr4 I, i i "" For Weddings .f :
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fOfA"I.' {tcital', hathedr I \ Sctnni. 4rnmwes t fA l II p pne a f the roost spectacular fe i4l1nunclator-Ilr- {I'pgisoc: Xh .
Mrs. i-eonard Mmniiy' s entertain and. MMtifM!) ever given inOrUtulo Singer-Okie\ Curry. Funerals etc .
far Ar| and ifrs. 4V.. !. tttQnWedntadav ( The mustc, ':i very lnMiUifwtfchltibinirtr's Reader--Helen |HObkins. so
Reader-Harriet iloMnson.\
N'ttterober tit traditional HtUrpw\
Junior Matrons hard tub| Mrs. Thos.. service till U) lie sling, and} Mr. Carr, as tnty-five children. from SUE WILL GIVE WBAI THANKS '.- "'
It JJroilwater, hostess. the canto, will sing musical numbers + vi
Mrs. J. It|) Muton anti] Miss Rita handed down since the time of Moses. DIG TOUHNAME-Vr AT T.UIt'\| for one of our bracelet watches, Lavallieres: rings or other arti- 1
1.aw ton, hostesses at bridge, Mrs.J. The cast will l.e composed entirely of (IIECEMHEK 8 10 II. WILL des of jVwelr For the gift will express both generosity and good 'i'
C. Lawton, honoree. local i people, and many prominentones HE GREAT: SUCCESS taote. Our jewelry la counted with special attention to good form ..
Here and There Card Club, Dr. and are to participate. Dr. Poulson, Tampa, Fla., Nov. 20.-Golf ExpertC. Philadelphiaand and with a strict regard for -luality. We shall be happy to show I
Miss Porter, host and hostess. Dr. Ley, and Dr. McConnell are to t.e J. Smith, in charge of the entries it to you. : ;.
Called meeting of the Rosalind Club, seen as the Three Wise Men, Mr. for the state amateur championshipto
t 3p.m. O'Neal as Herod, and Dr. Blackman be held in Tampa December 8 to Atlanta.
Thursday, November 25. as secretary of state to Herod and 11, is receiving so many entries he ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
Thanksgiving day parties, dances and train as !secretary of scrolls to Rabbi ,s thinking of putting on a qualifying [6. ,
dinners. Hilleth. The choir will be Mrs. F. 1) round of 32 instead of 16 men. Golfers d:
Friday, November 26. Carr, Hiss Susie :Magruder and Miss r-om all over the state wig 1 par- Orders taken on tor Aim
Mrs. Irwin Dunn entertains with Eliza Wright, sopranos; Mrs. R. P. ticipate in this the first sate; ama-
bridge at the New Lucerne, 3 p. m. Cobb, Miss Vita: Wright and Miss teur championship ever held in Flor-
Suffrage tea, :Mrs. G. II. Edwards, Elizabeth Branham, altos; Mr. A. P. ida. Jacksonville will send a car load
hostess. I j Curry, :Mr. II. M. Vooihis. and :Mr.J. party and entries have been received Short Notice DO YOU TIIANSGIVING
Opening Dance, New Lucerne hotel, |' R. Yearhy, tenor; and Mr. F. I). from Orlando, Ocala. Clearwater: BRIGHTENING W
9 p. m. i Carr, Mr. J. C. Lawton. and Mr.\ L. T. Tarpon Springs, Boca Grande, St. Petersburg AlN1 '
+ Hewitt, bussus. and many other towns. > with out paints. Thenou11 be sure
NULLS CLUB | The following cast of characters is The development of new courses in of
: AtJtt making a good job of it, one that
The Nullos Club was entertained ,; announced: the state recently has been great.
yesterday afternoon by :Mrs. :Millerat ,i Ilercld kin>" of the Jews-lIon. W. The following, table shows the new will do you credit and one that will
the Wyoming hotel. There were j R. O'Neal. course last for years. Tell us )your plans
two tables of pla'erMIrs.: Carr winning 1' PelthasKyptian: : --Rev. f;. T. A Ita monte Springs-i' holes. 2100) ) and well supply just the right paints,
the prize, a \toof handker-I 1| PouKson, D. I O. yards. :3$" Imgey :11:: ) Iar., 1111 etc., which to do the work.
1 Atlantic Deach1R holes' IUO f
chiefs Delicious :; (::u'r\r. IlinJu-Rev. J. II. Ley. with
served. The club will not meet this :Melchair, Greek; -Dr.) T. II. :McCon- )'ards. - ----- ----- --
week but will ht entertaind two weeks Hvlleair No. 1-IS holes, .21S yds.,
hence by Mrs. C. It. Hotinllon.UOTXU I nell.Tirzal-- Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr. st:: 'IM} rq', 71 par. rt Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Ct
+ Rebecca-Miss Willie Person. IMU-air No. -'-IS holes, 07(13( : )'d1t.,
TAIII.K: I I ri:4-: -:\1 rR. Leon It. )Fort. 75! bogey, .CM: par.Itooa 205 S. Orange Avenue
Itepinninjr, this evening. at 70: ; ; Am rih: -Mrs. James' Utughlin III.i Ciranll'--H! holes, 2S'J yards, PharmacyIMIONK20 Phone 261.
o'clock, in Unity Chapel, the !RoundTable 'i Solot'u.u. mi old Jew- Mr. Harry m bogey, 3.;; par. COLEMAN & KHAN
will open the* winter ecason'ii' I Voorhi. :. (C'lcrniont:. holcM.Moanut .
program, with nn nddrrit.1! by Its prosj j 'apt mi of )Roman: C Guard: Mr.Jatiu \ (\ (:Srove-9 hole! :3100 yds.IeLunda18 : :!(
Itlt'lIt, Dr.) S. C. Hood, on "Florida | >H Colder.I holes, f. UO yard, 7Rbogey.
Plant Immigrants" I Ilnni.tnunrd; *- :Mr. C(?tia t awton. .
+ I :Mr. Kendrick guernsey: Mr. Donaltl'chenej. Eustis--1: holes 2tOl: yards, w |I'i.kt .
SOROSIS CLUB! UEiXIUU) : Mi t Allen VI Weathers1! Mr. ', "I par.Kruitland CAREY HANDFUNERAL
As a result of the Florida Federu- | Walter I! K:), i"J.'tun, Mr. LcKoy: 1 H.! I'arkholt's! 3025 yds.,
Lion of Women's Clubs at Del. ind the Giles :Mr. Claience Drown, Mr. Hilly 34 par.Green.
Sorosia i Club became directly nlFilia- Beardall. Cove .Springs*-9 holes, 2753
ted with the General Federation Secretary of state to Herod-Dr. yards 40 l ogey.Il DIRECTORAND
... ?tit' oUlItIholl'M.'. !-*!>.1(> vinls.
40 bogey, :38 par.
Jacksonville holes, 5700 yards EMBALMER
SOCIETY demands 80 bogey, 75 par.Leesbur .
that invitationsfor -9 holes, 2249 yards, 43
fashionable bogey, 38 par.Magnolia FavoriteMONDAVS
weddings shall be
artistically engraved in Springs-9 holes, 2158
the latest style of letters and after forms that are approvedby yards, 39 bogey, 29 par. All calls answered Promptly Day
highest authorities. Miami. No. 1-18 holes, (5235: yards. PROGRAM
Don't run the risk of having your invitations Miami No. 2-9 holes, 3118 yards. American. "The Newer Way." A or Night. Hand Block. |
unfavorably crticised-send to the best authority in the Ocala-9 .holes, 2652 yards, 40 bogey drama, in two parts, featuring Vivian

Southern States-J. P. Stevens Engraving Company, 47 36 par.Orlando9 holes, 2700 yards, 38 Rich Reliance.and Joe"Rilly's Gilbreath.Rescue." Orlando Florida.
Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Ga. bogey, 35 ,
Samples and prices will par. Beauty. "Winsome Winnie." A
%.be sent you free of charge-send now. Ormo..n"d-18 holes, 6120 yards, 80 comedy. I I
PHONE 639. REsmENl
-_ __ . bogey 75 par. Four good reels of :Mutual movies. PHONE 457.MillllllMMIilllililllliMMIMIIIIIillMMiiliMlfc,
u Palm Beach-18 holes, 5010 yards, This is a good program.
,
73 bogey 6fi par. Five cents to all.
Rockled -9 holes, 2318 yards, 38
bogey, 34 par.
St. Augustine holes, 2600 yards TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOP.
37 bogey.St. .
Petersburg holes, 6084 yds.,
78 bogey. RENT- Larpe, pleasant rooms, ".
Tampa-18 holes, 5147 yards, 7R two blocks from Kola park; board f''t
i if desired
bogey, tit; par. ; private family. 205 Lib-
Tarpon Springs-9 holes, 3200: yds., erty street. 11-21-Ct i : FRANK A. CUKTIS WILLIAM It. O'NEAL
44 bogey, 37 par.
Winter Park, No. 1-18 holes, 6000
yards, 75 par.
Winter Park, No. 2-9 holes, 2300
yards, 34 par.
SKATING -- ---
T. Ed. Bryan, president Tampa RINK
Auto and Golf Club.+

.Mrs. O'NEAL HONORED
At the recent Florida Federationof
Women's Clubs at Del and Mrs., t CURTIS & O'NEAL
W. R. O'Neal, of Orlando was elected Every Friday Afternoon School
as one of seven delegates to the t
biennial convention of the General Children Session, Girls 5c,
federation which will be held at New
Insurance
York in May, 1916. Boys lOc i J Loans Real Estate

Lady attendant to look after the
SOCIETY NOTES
OF INTEREST
Rentals
i
While attending the convention of Children
Florida Federation of Women's Clubsat
DeLand :Mrs. J. E. Ensign, vice- !
president of the executive state boardof
the Florida Equal Franchise Association EUROPEAN BLOCK PARTY
alsoicepresident of the Wo-
ONE OF THE RECENT SURPRISES PROVIDED ; ; Man's Civic League of Orlando, was Friday Night, November 19th.
the guest, of Mrs. E. L. Rowland at
THE ENGINEERING SECTION OF THE AUTOMOBILE her beautiful home on North boule-
vard. .
.INDUSTRY. WAS .THE ANNOUNCEMENTTHAT ROLLER POLO
CRIABLrSIIED: lgiMIMMMMMIIIIIIMMMIMMIMIMIIIIIMIIIMMi?'
RUSSELL HUFF HAD RESIGNED AS CONSULTING WEEK OF PRAYER Tuesday Night, Nov. 23rd.A .
I I Beginning this Sunday morning
ENGINEER WITH THE PACKARD :MOTORCAR I i I with a special" message on "Christian good game and you will like it
] Stewardship, by the pastor. K:< v. J.
COMPANY, TO BECOME CHIEF ENGINEER OF : IS. Ley. the annual week of prayer .
will IK- observed by the women of THANKSGIVING
DODGE BROTHERS, ALSO OF DETROIT. MR. HUFF ; I First Methodist church. I
The proJrr':m this year will be one MASQUERADEAND I :
HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED WITH THE PACKARD | of unusual interest, and should stimu-
:, late renewed! interest in all departments GRAND MARCH
COMPANY SINCE ITS INCEPTION AND 1 of Christian and missionary ac-
HAS BEEN ': November 26
tiMty. Special feature will mark
.. '. '.. .*..
:, \ of the work.
AN IMPORTANT FACTOR IN THE DEVELOPMENT ; progress
RUIJE
1 CARNIVAL c4jREO
Coming thiyear in such close and

OF THAT CONCERN. HE TOOK UP HIS NEW ,, vital! connection. with our great, re I..
vival.! iloul>tie-s many will attend and
DUTIES ON NOVEMBER 1ST. MR. HUFF he helped v:ho have heretofore not I I II
HAS
taken much interest in these meet- j
i 1 ,
BEEN NOMINATED AS ing-, i niil
THE NEXT PRESIDENT OF GRAN

THE SOCIETY OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERS. BOX SfPI'ER, CON WAY SCHOOL It.. I

I A box supper will be auctioned off I
i at the Conway school house Thanksgiving '' TOMORROW
night for the benefit of the
V i b1.iuiu'I: : fund Every one is cordially
: invited to come, get supper and have
a rood time. Coffee ice cream and I I GEORGE KLEINE'S
sandwiches will also be sold.
I "THE WOMAN NEXT DOOR"An

I Privet HEDGE hedge CUTTINGS cuttings FOR 30 cents SALE per 'I Extraordinary Photofeaturein 1916

1. W. PHILLIPS & S NS hundred. Phone 469. I-ll-21-3t I
Five Parts By 59:>0.00, F. O. B. Orlando

Take your Sunday dinner at the I OWEN DAVIS

210 S. Orange Ave. Orland50c. 1-11-21-lt I featuring Are Here. Let us show you

OSTEOPATIIIC PHYSICIAN AND
i
SURGEON IRENE FENWICKMiss
This Wonderful Car
Dr. Howell, osteopathic physicianand Fenwick's Delineation of
surgeon, announces that he has
: returned from Harvard University, Pathetic Jenny Gray Is a Workof
'where he took post graduate work in
eye ear nose and throat diseases. Infinite Are PALMS AUTO CO.
Also physical diagnosis (nerves
heart, lungs, kidneys and other vis- YOU CANNOT FAIL TO
cera), and electrotherapy and contagious -
diseases. Office, Cheney building ENJOY IT! N. Orange Ave. Phone 400
filMMMMIiti- opposite San Juan hotel. Telephone -
: Office 617; residence 1018. 10c 15c
sl .



THE GRAND THE LUCERNE

ever-increasing demand for a greater
insistent and
Hooding an : !
comfortable and commodious playhouse seems: ideallysuited
has This
of feature pictures, the management
number and variety
innovation which cannot fail to meet to supplement the policy outlined for the Grand Its
inaugurate
decided to an
facilities allow for a satisfactory showing of any good
of all photoplay-lovers. The idea is not original stage
the approval
of road attraction which is now available for booking in this:
in other cities was one
successful use
in fact its
with us; ,
section. Feeling that the public would appreciate our elfurts
bomb
Here's the :
for its adoption.
the leading arguments
THE FUTURE POLICYOF i in this direction we have booked ever}* meritorious travellingattraction
A FEAUURE EVERY DAYNO which was offered to us, in many cases a|considerable

"REGULAR SERVICE;" NOTHING BUT FEATURES expense and with some misgiving, but with ttA supreme
belief that"Nothing
ABSOLUTELYA
POSITIVELY AND

STANDARDIZED PRICE Is Too Good for Orlando"Coincident

ORLANDO'S CHILDREN lOc ADULTS 15c with furnishing the higher priced road attrac-

Not "Sometimes" But Every Day-Including Paramount tions came the problem of satisfying that ever-present demandfor
THE PROGRAM will retain Paramount Pictures on Tuesdaysand "POPULAR PRICED" movies. We believe we have suc-
Fridays as heretofore, to which will be added the cream cessfully solved this problem by giving the best regular
PREMIER of all the world's feature offerings, such as Kleine, World service obtainable together with an occasional feature at the
Fox, Pathe, V. L. S. E. and such others as will pass the high small price ofADULTS
standard which we have set for future bookings. This new : BALCONY T c; FIRST FLOOR lOcCIIILIIEN

policy becomes effective Monday, November 22, and will start : 5c TO ANY PART OF THE HOI'SE
with a big double bill: Kleine's "The Woman Next Door," a
PLAYHOUSE five part drama and Pathe's "Neal of the Navy" the first WE WANT TO MAKE TilE LI CERNE KNOWN "AS "TIII- ,
WITH THE LITTLE; PRICES.:
BIG SHOW
episode of the great American serial, details of which will be
WILL YOt HELP; US DO THIS?
found elsewhere in this paper.


THE GRAND AMUSEMENT COMPANY

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B. BEACHAM,--Jr.
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ROBINSON & BEARDALLATTOIINKYATLAW COUNTY 1IIIANCII \ Mid'ilU't. hud tt Joint
( tlutt Mtuck." Inline to the
I The state of I'lorMu I U, fulling Inline I and Monday
with the other ntutex In a nationwide l-'rmh heart Oiritem _|"u'uf' it asevent : GLASS; UUUtH.; \It\

No 4 West Pine SreetPhone support of President WHwn and that hail done more to cementthe PIJOPKUTV: DAMAGE WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION:

of hU cabinet in the wise policy of alliance of France and Englandto HelOt Patent Flour, 24 Ihs_ __ --Joe
161 securing adequato national defense. fight to the last man than all the Best Patent Flour, 12: !Ibs.__.-u-..15c
Hiram Powers, of Winter Park, 3 cans Tomatoes________________25c
Prof. of statesmen and conferences -
speeches a cans Pork and Beans__________25c
.
from lion
has received letters lately of generals."Miss .
Meal, Grits and Scratch Feed
DAVIS & GILES Joseph II. Choate and J. Beaumont I : Cavell's picture, taken from 10 Ibs for____________________25c Georgia Casualty Company
Spencer, of Yale, regarding the formation I the newspapers, is pinned on cottage 6 pk \Vashing Powder________25c ,

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW of an Orange county branch of i walls all over France. Deep as the California and Pears Asparagus, can____,__Peaches__________20c
the League to co-operate with the impression was on the civil popula- Apples, per peck________________50c (.EO. A. HUTCHINSON, General Agent.
Phone 72 Jacksonville and other branches in tions of both England and France it Almonds, English Walnut, and
Florida, and this branch is now being slight beside that made on the Pecans, per Ib.__________________25c; Orlando, Florida
Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8- Winter Park. was Imported Lemons, per doz,______15c
Davis & McNeill Bloc>> formed in Orlando the and statements issued soldiers. I returned from the French Florida Cane Syrup per gal.______COcPure I Room 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone 700
to
According i to the Brtiish front the day afetr the Annie Cider Vinegar ner gal. 35c
by: the League, which is cooperatingwith j news, so I was able to judge the effects Fancy Head and Cracked Rice I I
the conference committee on I on both the British and French per lb.-___----_--_--____5c and Cc
I 100 per cent pure Coffee per Ib.
Starbuck national preparedness at Washington 'armies. The thought that went home ______________________30c and 33c
Victor is for the following MARY A. COX
the League working was the fact that Miss Cavell was a MRS.
: wounded Honest Weights and Measures
been
program nurse. Men who have ANNOUNCESThat
ATTORN-AT-LAW 1. Legislation correcting present know what a nurse's care means. \ she has moved to
wasteful methods of military appro- That under circumstances -!
a nurse any
Phone 161 priations and disbursements. should be shot was an unspeakable -; Cash Grocery Co. 110 Summerlin Place

No. 6 \\'. Pine St. Orland. Ha\ 2. The adoption of a definite defensive horror to them Telephone 648 7 E. Church St. Convenient, :yet quiet and Private, in a Pleasant Place where ont ead find All
policy. I i that is Exclusive in Blouses, Neckwear and Novelties.

3. A stronger, better balanced navy Subscribe for the morning Sentinel.- I I 110 Summerlin Place Orlando Fla.
the of coast states. ,
I for protection 10 cents a week delivered. I
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4. An effective mobile army. --
I I 5. An adequate national guard organized \ 1111111111111111111111111 If 1111111111111 I II I 111111111111111111111111111111111111"No
R. RAY WHITE under the war department. ORLANDO IS FAST PROVINGITS
: 6. The creation of an organized NAME: I

ATTORNEY-AT LAW ,reserve for each branch of the ser Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree ; |

Room 44 I vice.The League does not believe in a "City Beautiful" I

Block Orlando, Fla. large standing army or in any form ,
Watkins : There have been over 10 miles of
of militarism. It believes in preparation -I Unless Budded
brick streets put down within the I II
against war and not "for war.
I city limits in the past year borderedon
The national committee of the
each side by concrete side walks,
alone includes the membership from Bearing
League
Worthington Blackman 1 which will be completed this winter.
of states
of eighteen governors Beautiful homes demand beautiful
ATTORNEYATLAWPhone and many men of national promi- it takes
sidewalks and streets, and
nence. S. Stanwood Menken is the B.I I all three to make a beautiful city.If trees of a knownf
617 of the League. Alton
president a good sidewalk has not been r. .r I Ii
Parker is vice-president, and Joseph
Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck and put down in front of your place you
II. Choate, former ambassador not doing your part to make the : '
are
worth Building. I famous The national jurist, is headquarters honorary president.of the city beautiful.Call :i : Quantity and t

Phone 72 League are at 31 Pine street, New I I ___ I

York. the L Quality of Pro- :

_
Paul V. HutchinsAttorney "FOR MISS 'CAVELLr THE BRITISH ORLANDO CONCRETE
WORKSand
SHOUT AS THEY BEC.IN -

and Counsellor at Law CHARGE get figures on all classes of con- duction.--O.W.

crete work.
New York, Nov. 15.-Frederick
Davis & McNeil ORLANDO Bldg FLA. Palmer, a war correspondent, who returned Phone 195; 101 Long St. Conner.

here :yesterday on the American .

I I liner St. Louis from Liverpool, Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
Dr. F. F. Thompson : said that when he left the British LUCERNE[ { THEATREONE : grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
I I front the British soldiers before a
DentistFormerly I charge would shout all along the line. NIGHTWEDNESDAY
I"For Miss Cavell!!"
(ra\eir execution did more NOV. 21 I actual demonstration TilE OCKLAWAHA
of New York Miss:: Two years ago in their advertising and by
::"or recruiting than all the Zeppelin The Musical: Comedy Sensation NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class
115 SOUTH ORANGE raids; he said.HI happened to be when shown in test what could be
ofSURVEYING nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public our groves ac-
I Frenchhen the new!
. Over Curtis & O'Neal's with the BRINGING UP FATHER complished by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for,yes, DE-
I _. . .
TODAY. nurseries that have not been
I I---- MAJNU trees that were properly propagated in existence -
I
DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST five :years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery produc
tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your

Plating and Sub-Dividing y trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE '

Phone 716 I I\ interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your
ACCURATE
PROMPT AND time and money to bring it into bearing.

Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth- \ WORK r Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

Bldg I i HAL A. IRISH you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof
II
I, Civil Engineer proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing

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

47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's
i| work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be o tned our

1 Fay,over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirl cents in
PEPPERCORN
F. A. comparison? CATALOGUE FREE:-Write for it.

OR. u H. RAMSDE.LI. I BUILDER and COXTRACTO

OPTOMETRIST
Phone 37
ORLANDO, - FLORIDA I

WE FIT __.n___'_.. GRID LENSL. I I I Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
AND DO ALL KINDS OF L. Percival Hutton !
(1PTtrAr RPP4J1U1tQ: I The Biggest laughing; Hit on I

St. New York, W. Conner Proprietor,Tangerine, Florida.
37 Liberty Record-Pretty Girl -

PLUMBINGSALLAS ARCHITECT N"'I I Catchy :Music I i G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida l Ij IjJMiMIMMMMMMMMIMMMMtMM

& SALLAS I McNeill-Davis Building, Orlandi j PRICES 23c: to $1.50 | ,

208 Boone Street I Florida. ,Seats on Sale :Monday at Estes

Phone 597. Member F. A. A. I!I Drug Store tMtMMMMM MMIIIiMMM'MMiiiANNOUNCING "
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...4.4444.....1..,141N.4..4..1$41144i4N14PRESCRIPTIONS1'uu LOOKING I I VMI'AIIIS Kill ,\ I'lllMSSI'SIMIN ; :' $,
AT ORLANDO I'MHIMN 1.\ltll I I I"O""II In the) Last 3

1 III'

'THROUGH THE PERISCOPE Years

|Bstt'is ;MUM\ Nuv t Iii Ihu MUD
------- 114ilfn nf ll>0 told und leather trade uf

I 'lit these' 'Irksome Jay uf war and itnuno "f"tlr) .iliraitue um! wit New England l t in favor uf the v.tub- Ilio .Model l hat baked enough hut

mil |I'fUII.I' mij'loy' u ittfular fuiiuly physwta11 i who..uuu dvilued' laughter U le i somewhat difficult "t"'''\e H real! ut.i4l center nut only fur lishmtJitt of a permanent nonpartisantantf rakes to )juivu the highway from

to find a man for whom "life the Hoard of Trade and winter residents i commission was inaugurated at Orlando to Kist; :>immee and then

J judlenwat )' rely upon flow along like a song." This way but for other organization this. I the regular monthly meeting of the have some over for other county

After he her studio I a rasa und! decided! just what remedies readers of the Periscope and thou winter. Boston Shoe and Boot club at the
roads.It .
tire required! to relieve the trouble, he writes a prescription lie shalt be conducted to the law office of Hotel Somerset )'esterda)'. Representative : -
Davis & Giles. Here tits a good sized (;filKAT& JKAIX; MOVl ell NTS Kreider, of Pennsylvania, has served with them
.hands you the prescription and expects you to have it filled by a enough coffee to float battle-
man who is one of the young;! yet president of the National Boot and a

reliable pharmacist. sturdy vertebrae in Orlando's back Philadelphia, Pa.-What is probably Shoe Manufacturers Association and ship.And
bone-Attorney LeRoy B. Giles. With Sol Wile, of Rochester, X. Y., secretary I I I
lip what is better for
Bring your prescriptions to us and the medicine will be sure: the greatest movement of grain really
all the legal entanglements and irri- of the association, made the principal -
to have the exact potency and action which the physician desired.We tations which confront Mr. Giles he the world has ever witnessed is now addresses. breakfast than four nice hot

make a specialty of prescription work and have an unusual always manages to beam upon you in progress. Seizing the opportunity cakes with maple syrup and
and smile away the shadows. presented by the war in Europe, good coffee at the trilling price
stock of prescription drugs and a splendid equipment in the way - American and Canadian farmers have HOLLAND TO DECLARE .\ STATE :'j! of 15 cents?
OF SIEGE
of apparatus and other requisites which are required for the Speaking of shadows, R. Bruce raised unprecedented crops, which are Our 25 cent meals and 15
Scott, who to Florida two' now being rushed to the Atlantic sea-
came some
scientific handling of prescriptions.Our
l.ondon.-A dispatch to Reuter's. cent specials! are the best to be
months ago from Toronto, Canada, board in all haste because of the impending -
prices are never higher than elsewhere, so If you will close of Telegram company from The Hague had for the money. Oysters
although physically by no means a navigation: on thereat
bring jour prescriptions to us you may be sure of a superior lakes. In says: fresh day.
shadow, knows what it means to experience Philadelphia the elevators ; every
quality of servcie at the most moderate cost. the depression caused by the are filled to capacity, and more "On the 15th inst. a state of siege
will be declared in some of the com- OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
We ask the privelege of filling jour prescriptions and should God of Mars. He is a member of a than 1,000 cars of grain are on the
munes of North Holland, and also in
also like to supply jour other drug needs. Toronto club from which one score railroad tracks awaiting their turn to
some parts of Amsterdam, especially
men went to the front and gave up discharge as soon as the fleet of I
between Xaandam and the North sea '
their lives for Mr. Scott steamers arrive in ballast from Ku-
England.
WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS The Model CafeSlemons'
canal, and in the communes of Mui-
also has a brother at the front who rope.A I
den, Mi!'uwar, Amstel and Ouder Am-
with thousands of other Canadians
stel. The decree will apply to a |put
saved the day for the allied cause at nw OF us HAVE SEEN TillSBU..ALO
tion of Delft, where there are three I
Ypres. There are few men in Orlando "

LUCERNE PHARMACY i who can discuss the war so vividly important \\oik1- i iT t

and accurately as Mr. Scott. No mat- Millinery
New York, Nov. 18. Black Diamond
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ter how prejudiced he may be or how

1'HONC 2 severely he may assail the German I the aged buffalo, whose likeness '

policies' he Meter fails' to bring in the is printed on ?10 treasury notes T Tampa S Special I I..\1)HI:!'"' HATH

{point that the relations of Canada and and i is' stamped:; on the latest five lent rlllUUttiVH.. II MM

1. MMM MMtMIIMIMMMMMMMt MMIMMMMM the trhite l Stales are PO" !mperli( that "pieces, was put to death here jpateitcil -- We offer A choice selection;: of

they should Rend An object lesson tMtntlBO I _, _, ... ,. ....
Itl ktf1 old trc* tIe Iraq more "t t..I,1' t' tl .., 11 u. -4. J.,
' 1 111 "a l ea '" lilt.d' It, ''::.\'\'. " ,
for the teat! of the \\orld" "ththk of hah l ;;,tie; ; : ;
( \ old and the Inty est 11'.on, 'I.tln, '1'-11.1' ,
...s 1.+$ 1 N I .N It, old) I thrt|II." temrtlk Mr S.ntl: "'"1" lll"0lt III rapidity| ; I 110 hall, been illthe 5 .istldtt'ns
Atlantic flab
Coast Line '
luitt 'llp.U Hint till hi"ell of Wile lliplfU tlelt, 'LM\ ilthl "1"Ollr ,
< !'! '! t'shi\ 'al 1'rtlk corral fur malty!! ,
Plltt'a ale It" tbt"st=aril 1111"
I tUll Mt ItHUlt tt
; ; ; ; liep ijlt 'lltp CttimtlirtH=Uniteil' HtatMImhloi leaIllat'k lUctimiHilV) liitl, xvliitli itHIP"I 'it..= StnIHII\I'11\ Until.-ml of) the Smith\ nlll lit li'as) re store so I iPrtonMrtMe II|, I that >uu \\"ill
I' stir > < ia l.eat |plats l in thus
,. I', Ibis 14 biilTldPltl' ti\it|' "' ht'i ,fOur
hlt I: |!| feet "iIIl.!'*' Ilind! iltil( an for
IMllitllllIl't1tt'.I! NHV It isiiiiItNrhrtlulalaity city millh"llff.Slcrnon ,
VEGETABLES! VEGETADLFS! fiientl .hip\ M r. HwU HH..PHS 'II""luIjI"' Tuba.. 'I It1 litHldhitll

'that \\ hen!! (lie Nat u antal, | thei'a' \ Hill \\ ill I Ire |"O\mlt"I. sold, fur H ('""biol'| | '

Itt 1111 'III9bllUII lit \\1111 Illainlalllil Ihtt 1.11111.10. sum of iiiniiey, Millinery

supremacy' in the> I'with'-\ -it will IwJulin ---- !' ) StoreCLINT

'nllih. v\vry' nnuiiiim, ('own timl look thorn OUT or Hull, and) ,Untie' Ham imd fin MNuirr\ I.mrl'( t.v ..Ir.19iia .

I IheininiB he earnestly' belie>"ea that : 'p. n,. Taints .:\111 I.. III.II .
! (11111)11011.'r" :!00 null \\u will||| giso you' our lUt. list I'. In. I'lallt I'ily II1I I' III.
HUH and I the llrltUh eminent will
>\
g\ London Many nf t the smaller chipping IlH: .I. In. 1."I.'Ialll',' ::1U"j'I': IIIAU
lie BO securely bonded' ,logt'ther! 'that | nun Here lost in the iiniiitIfiile :!: t.. m. 1\18"hllllU'e IIi" I' m.8sVJ .

White Rose Goods nothing will ever rend the lies of I 'I he l's ettrh pli-miu-r Haiiit, Miilnd'Jl : p. ,", IIIutdo, Isi"o I'. III
fliduUhlp between U, H. A. Itnd"Merry liua Ii." hI. Hllllt"tt 1:1: : '1:1: p. mtstbl BASS
4 : tuns), tinned 1 Ins lie (near (UII'tll I' hi. I'..It,lit" 10111. )II. III I
England.: UPV and nil on boitt-d ttrie |I""" 7tilO |I'. Ill Ar. .liuk'lli'\ I t.t Uiln, n, inliulptitcht I'lHINM I7J
Just ii'd'hrtl another hlpim-nt of tltcMo' fmnou -asA --
few lit),,, lIat't| (t'l\t' 1't'II-"II"t'| |/ Mill untt, nf I'ullinith I Wilt' Jefferson Street
't't'-Oh"t't\.nlltttl(| Ptlllur ,' ,\. I II t'
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gu1)dM, I'rrsh (\uintry !I'ggN1'ra! ntttt ('tlfTt' ',
Plehted, It llttli' ird bllildliitf" '' on linkfrfiiiirltlly "
S. Helen Graves I I.,. Firs Ill-illllllltf I'lutiM ('ill *, Hlnll/' tssttpIser U
PtIeel.! nlltnU'il/, In m I list'\ .liiidV,I .ilnilril| I'lMulnn ,mi.) I 'mil,

I --- ----- -- ----, -- --- --- ------ ---------- t Ol>' Hull \\llliln (I'. A, H.MIH". ,'hit'of ,iianllsnuini| lltrtHllMlll, till 11I1 "11.1) liliuttlitit. I 1'imili, Hint. IItlH"l, 1'111 aMIp I Hand; \Wood\' )( Company: )
,It| 1"1,111',, |iiitm'fr' sit I*.>M., \\.n. ill* Insult III M u.IIU'. "i'iilt| tiinliiidil' 'lot
It \vi; (divi; 11.\\1 N(fill CHUCKSOur ''
t'II\-I'II'I til lil. dash. """I" I Ie tl\lIilllt bait.. BlMH linili'r IIIIHI, |. II "I'll' -.ill'ill Ilii1\ |lit tin It...,I., M I) 'III'alnl.al' 1'1If1"I.' ,tubs t'"U iii, Wood of All Klnili"
-- |pat" '; lie Paid "wlilili, I I. ""H'IIII''\ IMP MUM luaus. Mht'it' n linb MlUtm1: !!
r---- )il'ittr\ ...1.1. ," 111I"\ .. 1"1'1'1'', whhh,,, ,, tits\ loty 1.51511||.. M. II "i>i'iUI' facial\ 11111.t tii \V. I U), WIIITIJ;, 11,1 I) l'li'lill l'11h' It 'IfUnt'

Psunt''hitl' / |lIlli-I) | Hill) )lluW! WtlllJcmmltiirU'ttt 111ft'/ .1411" 1'1"11111- ". ,Ill... tuallutist. h "I'I"'M11I1t' ' W. It.O'NKAInC.P.AT.( '; ( A u.\'.' IIIU' "llICU...
uf mil, dai.lop
)IHIF tin HI r > "
'III.11i! nf "Ihsunee\
Grocery CompanyTwo Nas tl 1111{ lll,< |llll.ll.'" lit I Iha Irtll', Illlk, , h', Urlanl''
li"nneshtont'r I' ' HoOllH, 'd'art'seems' l'rlll'4 fur 1I,1I..1I.'lIlIf (Iha ht'l, quahlyu1) | |
to lie lui evil til I thu name, U ... applit'aliun| ,NliiMiliilmrnl,.. Mil lui
[Phones a anti 200)
: ,1"Vtllopell in this "IHIfliti of 11 mom interesting made h> ,iilioiu', htu, Roars from U
I Iu13am.ItoIi 1:) I 1,111,
0 and 8 E l Pine Orlando Fla, conversation! that our ltllovtI.Il'ltllt'n'li l'.\\IIMlltSOMflMlutkworlh|
great prundfttther'a brother lluildmtr

was no less u personage than Daniel (Room! No. I Orlando, Florida

Roone When we were school l boy

,. . . .. . . . . . . . . .r. . . . . . . . . . . . .i some loomed years large ago upon Daniel our Boone'a mind. There name INGI4I. MOK; CAKE AMI; ))

was a man who appealed to our romantic CANnyHLOH

side. An Indian fighter, a r
forerunner of Delicious Candies, Cakes! Sandwiches,
hunter an explorer, a
'
FORAGE GROCERY CO. etc. "Sturdy as the Oak"
civilization, a trapper and above alla
Orders taken for parties.
pioneer of the old school. We ad-
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Located in rear of Hranch's BookStore
' mired that man, but it would have Arcade Entrance Fours, Sixes and Eights-Speeders, Roadsters and Touring Cars,
Telephone 638. 21 W. Church St. been as a fairy tale to have told us I
STfl.1 to SI. TO. _. F_ 0_ R Factory._
- -- -- - -- --
that we would ever have been privi-

Saturday and All Next WeekSugar leged to sit with a man whose great I Phone 5 for In the Oakland you get' power with the added feeling that you

grandfather's brother was Daniel FISH AND OYSTERS drive the best looking car on the road. The Oakland Northway

Boone, the first white man to settlein i Fresh Every Day Motor speeds up to 2,500 revolutions per minute, but that is only

Kentucky! I half the story of the wonderful responsive power of the Oakland
.__ __ __ _
Ib
per 07c 3 cakes American Toilet
-- -- -- ---- Soap1Oc
Fours Sixes and Eights. The motor is the most made.
Grits and Meal, 10 Ibs__________25c 3 cakes Lenox Soap______________lOc :Mahlon Gore, Orlando's Grand Old "THE WALDECKER FISH CO. powerful
With, its small bore
2 qts. Cranberries--___--_------23c 2 bars Amonia__________________15c Man, who has exerted a wide influ- 206 Boone Street long stroke and large valves, speed of revolutions -
:5 lb. Pails Snow Drift Lard____:53c: 2 No. 2 Lamp Chimnejs 15c the state has means a continuous flow of power. It means not only smooth
-------- ence throughout -
10 lb. Pails Snow Drift Lard$1.10 Axle Grease, each________________4c presented I going on the level road, but a hill climbing ability unsupassed.
Cabbage, per Ib.________________03c 5 gal. oil can____________________55c Joe Hugh Reese, editor of the t
Dried Apples in bulk, Ib.--______lOc Brass: Washboard, each__________.loc: Orlando Rporter-Star with a case of '
Dried Prunes, Ib.________________lOc No. :3 Wash tubs________________80cXo old pistols. Looking at the pistolsas : Add To The Appearance -
Seeded Raisins, pkg.____________lie 2 Wash tubs___,..____________70c printed in a recent issue of thePeriscope's OaklandFours
3 pkps. Rolled Oats------____----25c No. 1 Wash tubs________________COc !
Crisco, large pail---_------_--_-JOc> Brooms, 25 c 30________________3oc; contemporary from a half-
Cottolene, large pail-___--_____$133 Dutch Cleaner can______________8c tone engraving, we world say that
I'aroaIb.. ___----__------lOc 7 pkps. Washing: Powder ___25cf : the "arsenal" looks decidedly and value of your home by put-
Tuna IVh___ ___________________lOc ; gals. Coal Oil________-_-__-__-___60c However, "in times of peaceful. it- ; ting down good concrete side- and Sixes
R pkps Macaroni and Spa ettL_2r:>c 3 pkgs. Kellog Corn Flakes _.-..__23c peace
Pumpkin, :3 lb. can______________lOc 2 pkps. Grape Nut __ _--_ _25c: is well to prepare for war" may indicate i! walks.
---- -- --
Cherry red or white, 2 lit canuull 2 pkgs. Corn Starch____________15c that Reese is looking forwardto are not only powerful, they are the most strikingly handsomears
3 lb. can Alberta Table Peac.'hesulf.c 2 pkjrs;! Popcorn---_____--------15c an encounter with some one who i i Our workmen are mechanics on the road.1.Flying.
2 lb. can Lib "s' Asparagus----__:Vtc 3 pkgs. Jello, assorted_ __ 2.;>c 'with and
-- -- -- experience ability.
1 lb. can Liby's Asjarajrus Tips__21C;: '2 lb. can Instant Postum________4oc:> may have it in for him. Mr. Gore. : Wedge Lines Give Least Wind Resistance

3 Ib can Pie. Apples or I'eachesIOc 'alb. can Royal: Cocoa___________19c who was a former editor of the evening All work guaranteed to be 2.-Low Center of Gravity with Usual Road Clearance
3 lb. can Spinach________--______13c Pure Coffee in Bulk, per Ib.-_____13c ;! paper presented the case of pis- 3.-Great with
3 lb. Dill Pickles ____loc:> 6 first-class and Strength Light 'VeiA'ht.f.lIi
can Liby's cakes Sweetheart Soap_______2oc: tols to Mr. Reese with an inscription, : satisfactory. .
3 lb. can Rose Doll Table Peaches 18c! G pkgs. All Kind Crackers _25c h Speed Motor with Great Power
---- --
lib, can Yellow Label Lipton Tea 60c Lemons. 2 doz_________________tic: "Working tools of the former editorof 1 Call and get our low figures on 5.-Economy with Luxury
J-alb can Yellow Label Lipton Tea 30c Special Pure Creamry Butter in the Reporter," etc. may have had :
all classes of concrete work.
2 pkjrs. Knox Gelatine__________2oc; Cubes --- 35c occasion at one time in his long and These are Oakland points of SUPERIORITY all of which are
----- --- -------- -
:3 pkps Pancake Flour--________23c Supreme Ilrand-hone; Back { Not i I
found
in other
8 oz roll Toilet Paper____________4c Satisfied. honorable career to doubt the truth II!I no car.
of the phrase that "The is mightier ,
pen Ii! ORLANDO CONCRETE LET US SHOW YOU-THE CAR IS WAITING
--- than the sword. j 1
; ',"ORKSIanufacturers
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FORAGE GROCERY CO The old reliable winter residentsare :\ of Concrete i J. B. Magruder Jr.
with us again. Uriah Seeley, who 1| Products ,

has a vast following;! among: the tourists PHONE :31

A. visit to our sore will make you a is again in the fold, and more 407 Long St. Phone 493:
are coming The Board of Trade
regular customer. I room and tourist headquarters southof

the Sentinel office will again be Pansy Plants Rose
The Proper Christmas Card
the of
scene many a !spirited chess!

Honda $te\",. ,lpef Ib_u U__ h___PC Western Pork Loin, Hi_________ 23c and checker game. Bushes Petunia
Chuck Roa!'t. Ib_______ _____12 1-2r'' Slice Ham. fine. Ib._ __I2.>e -0- ,

2 Himnd Ibo! ,loin lb.or u _short_ ___t'uLnnu3r.c1lorilt _------____--17c Slue Slice Breakfast Breakfast Bacon baron, Ib 1 _Ib I'oc:13c I23c: Me!'!'r*. W. r. Watson, W. S- Plants t Is engraved to order for your personal use We hale a beautiful

Pork Stew, lb.__________I5c; All. KIMm SMIIKK1I) : It.tt"tlrF.1 Branch and. W. 11. ttobertenn hivplore : line of pamliles and hate taken se\eral orders during the past
Horida fork )Ham Ib._______ __ I8f! HlllfttII. themselves< ! proud. in "fiTlr-p' up" ltsu sour orders here
2 Hi; ISitk l'hnp, _____ n ___ _TV; r..d' Fish :'!"r the hew ttortrd of Trade rnnm ntvl' . Creek
|2I.\ir i lyioite* MM __ _ _ - _2.icx tlnMd Polk Itat,. Id _ 1 lo,. -- i I
In, llahiliuterctPlertk" _ _ iir'' t'tesh! F.a'J-: Site: ttttttlet ead'VJrtrteH) Itt trfrrfl< U i IS tt llea) Ure lu" *huw\ )-tiu these beautiful naitipta l !% e\eH! it
di.+rllt rtrhi?+ th* totlrt frohl ln

E'lhtlha16ftt f:! \ 1 & 'th<* \\'Uf11tohlthl1 ite io oUnlifloristJi I yuu( d J HOt Older',

l'ftl'? *|licit ti 'Ih tin 't-H.enf<* t Hil'JhtftH : II

t""tHh 0'*< rt"!.lfthinf ,Ihle, I H MM, nf I W. S. UUANCM
M. HUH 1 III[IIS j
Try A Sentinel "Want Ad" wolh H' tlfht, IHWi Itfrll''fi"' IiHF (H.ti ,

\\-m'hn"i it".t bt'iwrrf" ,II hit FNanil.: 9118, Mtiii,, 6U9, 4 NM @evlp 11Ih i.t Tllfi AIICMIIfi HOOK ANn l MUHKJ, } TtnRN44 )



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ORLANDO MANMLL BItING HIS WOMEN IN TilE SEWS TEACHERS TO MEET
IX TALLAHASSEE
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FRUIT TO NEW SMYRNA -

Montreal, Que.-A Montreal girl, I, T
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The directors of the Smyrna and Miss '
Vivienne Tremaine, was one of Tallahassee, Fla., Nov. 19.The
Haws I'ark Citrus
Growers' Associa- I'
the
nurses who T
attended
King George State Educational
I' Association which
tion this week
signed
contract with
a when he
i was recently injured by a meets here on Tuesday, December / I
28
Dr. P. Phillips of Orlando to pack ;: fall from his horse l1v
in France. She for a session of three days, will bring
approximately) 10,000 boxes of citrus
j obtained
her military training at the 'to Tallahassee the largest number '
of
fruit from one of his proves, the fruit
| Quebec military hospital and headed {educators ever assembled within her I'
to be handled ,
independently and her
class. She was made matron in .gates.
packed under the Phillips brand. the first contingent of I |
I' nurses sent It will be a royal occasion not
The handling of this fruit is only
a big from Canada.
boost for the Exchange packing house II I II j i for the teachers but for pupils and !

here as this contract was not + I'all i friends of education. ;' ( IIIIIIII /.8 /
antici-j I Washington, I) C.-A national rally 111111,
pated at the opening of the I for the Women's Defense League BRANCH '
BETTER
season and it means a handsome I''is being held here. It is the first of I "

profit for the local association. lr'l' its kind ever held in the United I The many friends- of Mr. W. S. r'
Phillips to have his
proposes fruit
States and while the
I patriotic women Branch, Sr., who had the misfortune i'
handled
here
because he feels sure of I
here
are they will organize
a permanent to fracture a rib and sustain other;'
proper handling and a uniform pack. body. The presidents of fifteen I injuries caused I
by
falling
from
New a
Smyrna News. Kittfinnl ;
nftfrnnirfiltnna rtf _
unmon aro I
chair
--- -- "-n.n which
'W upon he was standing
I attending. j Sunday morning at the I (
Presbyterian
"XI ,\I. (JI-' THE X.W JJXU.\( I A
NIGHT 'i j church were pleased to see him at Message By Mail
iI Joseph Hill
I the murder of John n. Morrison, a I yesterday afternoon. ;
The above will\ be the attraction at
grocer of Salt Lake City, and his
sob,
the Grand theatre Monday night It T CIC10ncTlticll
Arlinjr, f\'f>htpPh"f>nI'Sbl".atJ\tol'tI I ?
is ft good attraction alld.11!! worth son's i r4 : ,-
store 'In the southern
tOUt fwtrufinire./ The boys are sell- .1 the ritjr ttlittul i H rAlock: *>h I portion'the of I:Itn I 4f'IOUS( i

Ihlt thkt-K and if (theliate hot Ihj hf Jahuarfr: 10,1 Hit 11.t.i l'H'-1 i } im 41
tnlletl,t UJidh/ you" hinke It rt \>nM tit Every letter
i Th* *h MiUhtf written in
+ 1Ftla "Hht.JlJlpt l l tIt tt business
Hill ttjtutt$ t tliMtt fltnl Ittijr! titic+ I If till I t h'1111t1 :
Iustlsnn 10 I
for 'the fund nf Hie, ertil+e i 'H't tIt, ttollHt tIM I + 'lhllHIH:\t-t'tJltlihtt+ fthf1 fu, f111itIPPH tIIJI, Tilt' KIDNEYSfit house costs somewhere between(i twenty and!

iMitMJfMttMit tt'f UiP, (lifrttoll I t I'ilt
,
t) !
t I.tnNl-"
tUI'-1 :
I + !(Iffy' \\1,11'11, Wit t1/Hl' +'lwilitlell. ., +
l I.Hl (IH linlfrttP'+ it t-MMHt: l t.H."Iillftl+ ( I Hit' HHHV iiHlttl' !+ !* I tl* Hlltl-F ttbltNrttt: fifty cents\ The stump is i the smallest item
(IIH'( Hl'1,1!' (fit the I II!: AI: I I'HI I'', :\tlth.'i' i" R 14lJ1t1Ie4I1hI, [ 8f I IId11511:! I r th1: I
.i ..u'..''. ; ...... I rn l1lile tlt P1111 $$lllH l$ II (Il Inftlllt + Itlllr Stationery(}
hurts lJ Itlt.1tif huItsrsMas I
n '.I. 'I"": &f stenographer's time-nil '
I ilHttf' ""
) |1H*1/il/ U ttlMl} ItiHII'iCI f1'iiit9IIiE bring
------ --- ml.Sa
I t II l W t'ft.l yqt' }'I IIU flIW! I" I'I f'FII.:,t lirwdl
t KWW;; W'MISO' ( '1 t<'Iurlio i, Hhu fwll mIt011y( WItUIjItII { riot\

ilh( a IHlIlt, ..hnHllh his rhu+t. \1'- \ lira ; n. b. VW;y, Pf OiMiidn, M i aniontfi ling Aloriiaun. ran 'to nn icu box in our 'l'l*, >4 j h :iilleil ml i !l. uria acl( $4}" ref. //. CtJlli"f,
f Cent arrivals in this city. Mr. WilY ; store aell-knnwn authority, who warns us it.e "
beueij
jlhe a 36-calibre ,
| levulvtr
| .
rouetaiitly PR guard against kidney i
contemplates spending ten dajs in (I and| fired.! Hefoie the (fay could about I rouM!!. i It i is more Economical to

the southern )portion of Lee county ugani, he fell pierced by three bullets The kidneys do their utmost to free TelephoneNot
enjoying the big game hunting lorI I'[I I'and! died almost instantJ ". The the Mootl I of this irritating sell l, but '
) men
which that section is famous. He will |i then ran from the store, one of them get(t/econie sluggish weak! ; the from eliminative the overwork tissues; they clog only does it actually cost less to
'leave telephone
shortly for the Big Cypiess. I)i exclaiming that he was shot, and were and thus the waste is retained in the but reach your message
Fort Myers Press. I(observed to run southward from the I Mood to poison the entire system you your man instantly, talk over your business per-
-- When your kidneys ache and feel like sonally and
-- store. The get an immediate
surviving son bent reply.
over lumps of lead, and have ,
Rollins' first and you stinging
only touchdownwas his father, who became unconscious pains in the back or the urine is cloudy, i I
made in the first quarter, after after having inquired where his as- full of sediment. or the bladder U irritable I

which the home team steadied down sailants were, and died soon after obliging you to seek relief during : Every Bell Telephone is
and held the academy men down for ward. I the night; when you have severe headaches I a Long Distance Station.

even honors during the remainder of I nervous and dizzy spells, sleeplessness I
acid stomach or rheumatism in bad
the game. RAPIDLY IMPROVING I weather, get from your pharmacist about
Orlando high school's line-up was I four ounces of Jad Salts; take a SOUTHERN{ BELL

as follows: McKay, center; Connell, Douglas, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. II. ,! tablespoonful breakfast each in morning a glass of and water in a before few TEL S TEL CO.
right guard; Zeigler, right tackle Da-
; Williams, who was injured by an au- i, days your kidneys will act fine. This
vis, right end; Lewis, left guard; tomobile some weeks ago, is rapidly | famous salts is made from the acid of \
Lott, left tackle; Dade, left end; B. improving. I' grapes and lemon juice, combined with /
Anderson, quarterback; C. Anderson, lithia, and has been used for generationsto

left halfback; Lobean, fullback; Bran- REALLY STARTLINGMore i to neutralize flush and the stimulate acids in clogged urine kidneys BO it is, o derv Srsfie'y

ham, right halfback. 1 no longer a source of irritation thus /

Dean Enyart, referee; Roy Mc- people' i ending urinary and bladder disorders.
more strangers, and '
Jad Salts is inexpensive and cannotinjure
Cracken, umpire; Prof. Palmer, time-
more automobiles are now in Orlando ; makes a delightful effervescent !!
keeper; T. E. F. Iloskins, head lines- than at any previous like period in lithia-water drink, and nobody can make

man. the history of the city. a mistake by taking a little occasionally Read the Advertisements
to keep the kidneys. clean aDd active. in today's Sentinel

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.i: TO SEE g 1iNG I J. B. Lawton Lots






Located on Lake Eola, sidewalks, brick street, water,



h I ; gas, electricity, This is one of the best locations in




Orlando There are 18 lots in all. Prices range



from $725 to $3,000, cash or terms Phone





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These Lots Is OWNED BY J_ B LAWTON
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: The MostBeautiful IJ Cement Walks and Curb on y *C*" f. **C** Oi ***"' .._.. **G*5 t.. IJ
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a r ::7; e tat I 63 x 1JI .J
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Orlando live ::1. .
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1- It VTFS: ARE READ BY 10,000 PEOPLE For Sn; Da KATES>sI ___ 75c 1
WANT ADS
One Day _______25 SENTINEL or One Month $2.50
Per:
For 'Ihree haw _______50t

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FOUND-A package( of jewelry which -
; the owner can nave by calling at : H R. BERRYA :
the office of Lord & Bradshaw, describing -1
I property and paying for this I
ll-20-3tc I
notice.

I TURKEYS! TURKEYS! 23c. per lb. complete line of Ford Accessories -I
for Thanksgiving; also new Georgia !
; cane syrup 60c. per gallon, at the ; a staff of expert mechanics -\
217 Boone FOR SALEA
Georgia and Florida Store
I street. 11-20-3tc I to render satisfaction in alII
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I BRING YOUR CHILD-I am pre- lines of Automobile Repair
I paring a great display of children's I I'I'I
I photos for the fair. Want every Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and
I child. No cost to you Every child I I fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on .
I eight years and under, negatives made I Gasoline, and fair and square

I free Howard's Wednesdays Studio. and Saturdays.1-1l-16-tf '! prices. I S. West St. $2200.

CABBAGE AND LETTUCE PLANTS I --- i iI
J -Early Jersey Wakefield, Charleston -
I I Wakefield, Drumhead and Suc- For Nine YearsWe I
I cession cabbage. Big i Boston lettuce. I
I Bermuda onion plants. Prices on all
-- -- j I above plants 500 for 75c, postpaid; have been in business at the I C.A.HOVEY
II by express, $1.25 per 1,000. Phone i
I mil, t.. lilies.: PiaHmnnt'''.....V... Plant C".n/-., 'same location Corner of South
e- I I Orlando, Fla. 11-19-St I
FOR : J----- ----- Hain and Church Streets. I
new BUYERS ,\NDSFLIERSI
large buy, sell rent and exchange rcI Phone 226Orlando's I
: estate. Have resided 1 in rlcllldo, Fla..
nice lot over 30 years H ,ve har led! OV.M Leading Repair Shop ,
: $20.000.000. Call rod see me. -
will be ; 10-6-3m 1'. A. LLW'lER. and Garage I
vember. :

tage price I I hone Drink Geo.Elder T. Hull Spring\ & Company Water. See, Rock or J 4'1l1 CI t l )Q -i'9 I"Tl1 L11(1 11.i11.:1('&
Have : i, :!ding. Phone 10" 10-lG-tfc
rent. I
I'almer I :?, .\'vr V BUSINESS of planting !
11-12- 'I I set "'
(ritr>- tree All trees IT-
: inteed "rite for Box 212,
()(-oee, Fla. 10-24-imoc
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Ten 1I
two ; I Delivered every dty-Elder Spring
room ; V.'rter See or phone Geo. T. Hull\ &
; Rock 'Juilding. Phone 1;3.
en ) Company
city i 10-16-tfc. () ILANDCi
I _

CONSCIENTIOUS CARE given a
i limited number of persons. Pie:.s- I
Plaster and Lime
Cement Agatite
FOR ; ant rooms in new home. Modern convemences 'i
I I' Housekeeping rooms if'
Will I preferred. :Mrs. Gertrude Seymour. .. !
I east of Lake t ----i)
gain if : nurse. 14 High street -
needs i Eola 11-14-sun-lfc l
Church I n

FOR TWO FOR-(iMs---nousi---: SALK

, The two houses: I have for sale nt
; if I the price of one are located on lot 7x i
FOR : ; ) : foot front 'acilllC1 lit, with u depth
I of 185 fret number 40ti Magnolia
lawn, avenue, l between Livingston! Indme-
and : ; lia. The. section of splendid homes,
I with grand old oaks arching the ,

1'ltt. : i I streets.The modern 2 story house has on
in first floor: parlor, living room, dining
FOR : : I room, kitchen, pantry, toilet and lav.
) : atory, large living porch on the front
Guarll 1 and side, latticed rear porch. !
cents ; On the second floor are 3 large I ,
ties, 7 ; sleeping rooms, each having enameled -I I:
Fla. lavatories piped for hot and cold
water. There is also an extra large 1 =
FOR I screened-in sleeping porch, with room 11 11I + t
enough for the whole family) 'fhe a _= $ ,
bath light, and 1
; bath room is large airy
11-18- nice enameled fixtures, all modern and ;t
-' sanitary. I ,
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FOR 19.3t'i The house is newly painted and papered -
throughout, shades are hung it : "I Never Worry About MY Biscuits"says
porch; ; is wired for electric lights, fixtures
from : : installed, also connected with g .c! In :11
fact, you will find every conveniencenecessary 1
- for home comfort. If you this daintyonng housewife, "because I know the Cabinet Gas Range invariably

FOR do the not location care, to so use near the the entice"Wyoming house,", bakes just as I want it to. By turning up the burner three-quarters 'round, and" baking I

car ; insures rentals of spare rooms at III exactly twenty minutes, I can always get such lovely browned biscuits as these.
A extra good prices. Always in demand !
209 I : or ifou care to rent the entire -
I II I house and occupy during the I| I The Cabinet Gas Range Cooks To Perfection II
FOR I tourist season the 3 room cottage on I
I the premises in the rear, you would j

house I I1,I could derive be a rental made by to which pay itself the property out. 'i'I I A new era in cookery has dawned with the advent of the gas range. The age of endless U UI

office I There is a garage, barn, and chicken trouble and uncertainty in baking has passed away. Women no longer spend all day in

I ICauli I at* kinds house, everything, etc. right Fruits up of to now various and ]I I the kitchen wrestling with a stubborn wood or coal fire-and then getting burnt or half

I I '. just a little above the ordinary in raw baking. Instead they bake with gas and invariably get good results in half the

for 1 !!I many does ways.It not. require much ready I time. There is no guesswork, no eternal fussing, no worry or mental strain. The gas

\ money; a small cash will payment from the range heats up just right and stays that way.
secure
responsible parties
property.The i It will be to jour advantage to call and learn the benefits of cooking with gas.
all price i-! $6,300. A bargain at I
that figure.E. II i
RFMESTA11 c. .0 U%C;..:.

Or -- Room 10. McNeill & Davis 10.2-1-tfc Blmk !| I,III ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO

new, g I !
be GAS DEPARTMENT
Eola; Best and Promptest ,
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some 1 : :.nd- 5-PISSENGER\

rent : top m. J !
will KGAR HI

-FOR- I he--tf : BUICK I \ 1 qsouin 4POPK CITRON NURSERIES

the on We call anywhere at any time.


I and on : Gord n's' Transfer Co. ;I 2j OCOEE, FLORIDA

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b> I 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 I i i
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: HAULING OF ALL KINDS ;
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bred i : ) !"Pine i Castle All the leading varieties of Orange and Grapefruit
dr \' to
at Trees in fine condition at the very lowest
way
!: : = t. Nurseries prices :: .: :: ::

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(' !'! mo' Pine Cn tle, Fla,
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t"ft' \ l rent
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$" 1 '' fmt- I Hw" Ikft orttiige
'. I tmtpe fruit tree*, rrndy to plnnl.
t & ) I \ I\\'" oiftr only flr\ 't "htrr"II, ,

tin.f \ ,| | \ I ,, It"hl,1", tl'llil'fu1lr) \\! ht'ltrlntt i i Send today for Catalog, escription List, and lowest
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!her | | "'", 11'raa' of known ijimlltv, \\V
ll.K \ : t flIt':! ttl t) hAth Aniline Watson prices, to the above address :
t Ka.t:
r : I I watermelon peed I, No melon
) : shipped from NNhertf we saved
t.IY.|. I our seed, Melon* weighed fromo ii i iM
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL '

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Mrs K. M. WethiTi-ll and daughter
Tampa, ure spending xe\eral daysin
11 Orlando, guests ut the San Juan I
i
hotel. !

Jlr.1 II. II. Dickson returned to Orlando .
""
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i. yesterday afternoon over the i
x A. C. L. from Atlanta, where he has ..
been spending a week with relatives.
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Take your Sunday dinner at the .
I., Orland-XiOc. l-ll-21-lt

.j Mr. and Mm. J. J, Kimball, who arrived Prepare
from Glens. Falls., N. Y., Friday,
To Our Friends a are established for the season. In their !

.: winter. home, 4111 Wit Concord avenue I fAUTUMN

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"," .,. Mrs L. tiubntikc: ", and baby Arrived OF LIFE"[
in Orlando yesterday from Kirhlnnd,
'J ThnnkuKlvitiff brings forcibly to the ,I Ma., to join Mr. liul-mik: ', who hu
: recently come (to thin' city from Pawn
of thh Institution
: mind! of the Olllcorn Ji;: to tenldp.
;t that till! marked I wucei-it* wo enjoy In largely JI county -

i! due to Uiu! conlldi'iicu, rvpowd) l In UM !by lI Ill ll) '; In IlfUniuVn/ Julie) !HIM. i.neItuur !
r r.R 12: ttulew ,tllr :111(', 2MfMr :: (?
:#,jI our customers, ; -- By saving a definite(
\Vu would Iwlwd 1,0Or)' unappreelatlvo '. *. W, M. l 11 etui I left >'*'"tf'.IItl'rlllltlll \y ,,(-
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'I fur Mtti' ni, (il\., where she each week. We
,;, did I 'wu not ,avail ur8tlvw' of thin oppor x will obit her l i ut*'r, bl r, S. J, Illlh'h"inli amount

jtunlty to thank you, and to express' our +Z:1I: ,until utter the t'hriatma holidays have several plans. Letus
: '
,*,:1 appreciation of your valued patronage. .._.-. z
-- -- -= Mr J. II. bean, owner and man- explain them
ager of the Orlando Telephone Kxchanpe -
J THE ,. left yesterday afternoon over
the Atlantic Coast Line on a combined -
business and pleasure trip. -
= j STATE BANK

,,- - .::: Savings checks are good as gold.
;:=.) OF ---"-'_-.-- Ask for them whenever you buy any-
"" thing! 1111tfMr. The National Bank"It
'' ORLANDOMaxwell Peoples
q and Mrs. John W. Nyevho
have been spending the summer in Is A Pleasure To Serve You"
Wilmington, N. Y., were among the
{ winter residents returning to Orlando
Friday evening over the Seaboard Air I
Line.

Mrs. C. A. Campbell, who has been
absent from Orlando all summer visiting -

":cf _:= .: :4= :=; = =t;;--- : oina,points was among of interest those returning in North Car-:yesterday -
afternoon on the Tampa Spe-
cial.

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Engage your Thanksgiving dinnerat -
the Orland Cafe. 75c. per plate.
Genuine old fashioned dinner.
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yesterday:Mr. and from Mrs. J.White II. Fisher Hall, arrived M. Y., I . . I . I I II . I . II 1 I I i.}. .. . F . ... .. 10 ..--...--.- . I I F I 1 MIIIIIIIBJUST

and are located as usual at the Law-
rence House for the season. They
At Come have many friends here to welcome
a bargain. $200. quick. their return for the winter.

Mr. and :Mrs.: II. C. Nye and daughter -
Miss Tressie, arrived in Orlando
Friday evening from Keene, N. Y., to
Haynes-Hupmobile Salesroom spend the winter at their home on RECEIVEDSome
llillcrest. They have many friends in
this city who are glad to see them
back again.

1 1818tfMr.Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c. of those reliable STUDEBAKERS, 40 Horse ; :

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and :Mrs. J. II. Wynne have arrived Power Touring Cars
T 5. in Orlando to spend the winter
and have rented the former home of
Mr. W. R. O'Neal, 100 Liberty street, $960.00 f. b. Orlando
where they will reside. They are o.
from Raleigh, N. C., and this is their
first season here.

Mr. and Mrs. E. Burt, of Frews-
burg, New York, en their way to Fort
M>'ers, Fla., stopped off the train at

friends.Orlando They yesterday will be to here call until on Tues-many 11 San Juan Garage Company i

day. They were here the winter of
J14., at 6U6) West Central a\enue. t
New Ford Home
Fish and oysters received daily.
tl. M. Self & Co. 1-10-6-tfc Orlando-Daytona

Now Open Mh and Mrs. Frank T. ttat-rington,
t>t Olehs falls N. Y., ntHte l In Ut-
hlhtld FHday evening tttet- the Sestboahl
209-11 South Ohttige Avenue! -
I hI !*t ehrl HIt; winte! l 'they itt '>
telephone'! dSB18Ncw # l>" khtt\Vd ht-l-tt hitVlht t I't-ttl. wltittrhh
Fri + tutsH..rtl. .; ra 1 h**
\tl'l ldl'ht } HiltHHttih tlI 1 i HllltrttA
$kE1tUE.lklH!.
1916 :- .........#.....N4$4443..4. i4ktws-Sa.sa. S : ; .a q.t ri1 .1:.:' xattill..
# Fi$ **k! rtJM: rtIR :Ftl: III"lt j"; Rl
l (be AtVIHiK! +! titllitHlfltitt\ Nt ftll f II p!
ttBtI: : t fiitflHH iI 1 :t\'R: II-II-ff tttttttttt..ttttttt..tttt.tttttttt..tt..ttttttttttttttt11h
hiuh im (he roils PIMP: imir IIn1tF! mm" Itttt
''r'.I lileiw\ J K: I'-wMI. HJ JIU IH\* hN :llepNndlpt
tint! i ntHid fiitiilltlHlin'mtJn'rttAlij ' ; H: p 41 1 nHHH( s III fi.I: +rste I"IJIiHIf I-t.. ,
/ atII I r t'h' miff: I nnt lr ""motll'f 1, Who Will Be Your Executor? rAN8WR
P Ihi "l-'urrt Hump$ YMHF Turdrnt"\\ 'ttluFnell Iu t"4111Q|( ) ( lrat/rtl.l/ ) otfl$ -
'uuun fin says; .the "-t:atlin III the
Ntirtliup!: was; trruIng! cull' and| he
F, G, RUSH wits certainly glad l tQ !be buck "i the : NO. 3 ,

"unohine: again. Your estate may be materially impaired as a P----- j y-

L J Hide Hamrick's jitney bus ftc direct result of the appointment of an executor y. j
Ib-tb-IfMrs. or trustee.

Eliza Young and daughters, When an individual is appointed
- .- - - - ---- ---- Mrs. White and :Miss: Eva, and Mr. -. j
weaker.
The financial responsibility is generally
" " " " " " " " 't"t" i44Ie1 Clarence Yo-ing, returned to Orlando
yesterday atternuon on the Tampa It is usually provided in wills that the person
Special, coming from Pittsburgh, Pa., nominated to serve as e....cutor shall be excused I= '. c t s
where they spent the summer. They
will reside at their home 30:2::! East from giving bonds. -f

The Friendships of Today Are Pine street. When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the ex- k
pense of the estate, and then only partial security ,j S
Dividends Or'ind' Cafe \vill serve a New Eng-
The Y
on esterday's land fharksgivirg dinner at 75c. per against loss is provided. i tiI.. '
:Make reser"atons: early. s"
plate. your
When a Trust Company is seIected-
Thoughtfulness.In 1-11-20::!
The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility ;
:M'_ and :Mrs. E. Drewstc-r, popular is secured.A s-
winter residents of Orlando. h,.-.e returned -
the hurry and worry of business life, we are from Lake Pij-tid. N. Y.. where bond which has behind it the entire financial II
apt to forget how dear birthdays and anniversaries are they pent the summer and are established strength of the Institution is always filed with
to the members of the family and our acquaintances. for the season in their attractive the Probate Court sf "" -..*t to the estate.
home on Hillcrest avenue,
How small matter to is little remembrancehow which had erected last # .{ .
a us a thy spring Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue ,
much to those remembered! just before leading for the North. of this newspaper. ,ew+'k

Think today of someone whom :you would like to )!r. and Mrs. W. C. Newton who
remember, and let us be your advisers as to the gift. have been spending the summer at "
Glenn Ellyn. 111., arrived in Orlando Come in any time and freely ask for further ; ; ., t t
vesterday afternoon over the Coast information on this vitally important subject. 4 }'
Line. Tehy have been coming here You are always welcome, and our offics are always vyt f
for a number of years and have a glad to advise. ..Js.. '
host of -it.r.ds wb enjoy their visits
very much. They are located at their

T.D.EVANS -winter home, DoctorsBuckmuster 412 Gunby avenue.- The Orlando Bank & Trust CompanyOrlando



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

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