Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00568
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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 23, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00568
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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the Great American Britain steamer for the Zealandia searching by of a i INJURED WEST OF HAS MASS MEET. CAPT. BOY ED BEHIND THE PLOTS


limit at Progreso harbor, Yucatan.She INCREASED EXHIBITAT lie Is Man Who Will Be Namedas

the act also with will a call promise for a that disavowalof it will NINE CARS ARE REPORTED BURNED WAR SUPPLIESSCANDALS FEBRUARY FAIR I. as Responsible for the Con-

not happen again. PEACEFULVICTORY ORLANDO.A spiracy Against U. S.

The action of this government will
Proprietor of the Show with Government
mass meeting attended
be based upon a report from Com- by fifty
Wife and Several Em
mander Dismukes of the battleship people was held at Apopka last night

Kentucky, and John Germon, American ployes Burned to and it was decided that Apopka, Tan New York, Nov. 22.-The United

consul at Progreso. Death gerine, Wekiwa Springs, Zellwood,, States government today fired the

They asserted in receivedat and the other towns and communitiesin opening salute at those persons accused
reports Atlanta. Ga.. Nov. 22.-Twelve of
the state department today that INDICATIONS THAT A BIG that section of Orange county directing foreign propaganda
the Zealandia boarded OPENING UNIVERSITY AND Persons were killed and many injured would co-operate and assist in on American soil when several officials -
was within the every
when a Central of GeorgiapassenK't'r FIGHT WILL BE MADEIN of the
neural waters of Mexico. HIGH SCHOOL AT WARSAW possible manner to give their unqualified
train bound from Bir CONGRESS support to the forthcoming Sub- went on trial before Judge Howe in

PLEASES POLES mingham for Macon collided witha the criminal branch
Action Hastened tropical Midwinter Fair to be held i in of the federal
train carrying the Con. T. Kennedy district
: court.
Oriando in .
Washingon Nov. 22.-The seizureof Carnival Show ten BRYAN WILL BACK INVESTIGATION February.It They are charged with
THREE MONTHS SINCE CONQUEST T company was the voice of the represents defrauding
American steamship Geneseeby miles west of Columbus this afT tives present that the Fair officials be the government of the United States

a British cruiser has spurred the ternoon. with false clearances and manifests.The .
state depantrant to press Great Brit- The wreckage took fire and nine Tavenner, of Illinois, to Request requested to grant them more space
All Poles Now Jubilant, Says a for a larger and more comprehensiveexhibit alleged that the real
ain for a speedy settlement of the cars are reported to have burned. Investigation of Activitiesof than has been purpose of the defendant was to coal
ever staged.A.
Dispatch From Berlin Govt.
contention that German capital is in ; '
George and
Kempf, proprietor of German
terested Traffickers in War J. Walker president of the Apopkaboard commerce raid-
in the American Trans-At- Aids in Re-establishment the shows, his wife, and severalof of
lantic company which, is owner of the their employee burned Supplies presided over the ers.The defendants
of Both Schools were to meeting.The are Dr. Karl Buenz,
Genesee.and the Hocking, which were death. I
George Koetter
following executive committee Adolph Hackmeister,
recently seized and taken to Halifax. Washington, Nov.
Berlin, via Rotterdam, Nov. 22. i was appointed. G. Talton, Apopka, Joseph Poeppinghaus. Dr. Buenz is
The department has decided to today indicate that
Today's solemn opening of both the a big fight chairman; E. C. Harrington, Apopka, manager and director of the Bam-
make the Hocking case a test case THANKSGIVING UNION will be made in congress for the nass-
Polish university and Polytechnic high --- --- secretary and S. Tatlow, of burg-American Line. He formerly
with a view of ascertaining whether .. .i age of a resolution which is to be introduced Bay
--- - - - - - - - - - German
school at Warsaw convinced every Ridge; Jno. E. Merrill, of Merrimac was minister to Mexico and
there is justification for the Brit- by Representative Tavenner ;
one in attendance that the German Jno. B. Steinmetz, of Wekiwa for several years was German consulin
ish claim, and to this end will urge SERVICES AT T BAPTIST of Illinois, calling for an investigationof this city.
government by permitting and aiding Springs; A. B. Fudge of Plymouth;
the British the
government to expeditethe activities of "traffickers in
the revival of both schools had won a warsupplies" William Edwards, of Zellwood; S. At the end of the afternoon session

Halifax proceedings. great and peaceful victory over all CHURCH THURSDAY in behalf of appropriationsfor Baumgartner, of Tangerine; M. F. ten men had been tentatively seatedin
confirmation of the seizureof the army and
Poles who until now had a leaning to- McDonald, of McDonald; Charles An- the jury box. Assistant United
the Genesee was cabled to the state The resolution will be aimed directly States
wards Russia. derson, of Piedmont; J. J. Anderson Attorney Roger B. Wood will
department today by Consul Living- at J. P. Morgan.
All Poles are now jubilant at seeing REV. McCONNELL WILL of Pine Crest, and A. R. Kellogg, of make the opening statement to the
stone, who said that the vessel has Coincident with Tavenner's an- I
jury tomorrow.
their fondest wish fulfilled only three Clarcona.
been taken to the of Castries PREACH SERMON THIS
port in nouncement came a statement from
months after the establishment of Captain Boy Ed will be named aa
, 'the Barbadoes. YEAR-SERVICES STARTAT Wm. J. Bryan urging that the subjectbe the man really
German rule. PRESENTS responsible for the alleged -
10:30 investigated thoroughly.This CANNING CLUB
O'CLOCK IN THE conspiracy. Despite written

LIBERTY BELL IN PARADE ATTRACTIVE WINDOW MORNING.The is interpreted to mean thatBryan WORK confessions of the defense Captain

will throw his influence back
Boy Ed's name will
Indianapolis, Ind.-The of the Tavenner resolution. Miss Harriet Layton, recently appointed -
Liberty Bell Orlando merchants are catching the union Thanksgiving services in the trial.LILIUOKALANI

which arrived here today from St. spirit of Thanksgiving and many win- will be held this year at the First .. .county. agent, for demonstratlon -' ,

Louis, was switched to the city street church NORTHERN METHODIST MEMBERSHIP work in connection with the gins
dow displays are appropriate of the Baptist and Rev. T. H. McConnell canning clubs, visited yesterday, in SENDS WEDDING
car lines here today and for three season. Among the pretty windowsfor pastor of the Presbyterianchurch 4,033,123 with GIFT TO PRESIDENT'S
company Superintendent J. F.
hours was paraded before a great the will preach the sermon. Ser
public gaze that of Dickson- McKinnon the FIANCE
Tangerine, Zellwood,
crowd. School children's choruses Ives Company, which has decoratedone vices will be held at 10:30: o'clock New York.-The membership of the Apopka, Lockhart, and Fairview

sang at places along the route. of the windows most artistically. Thursday forenoon, and as these services Methodist Episcopal church (North) Honolulu
schools. At each school she presentedthe T. H.-Liliuokalani, the
are participated in by all the in the United States now numbers
Below table laden with
pumpkins, nature and purpose of the work, I surviving ruler of Hawaii's days of
BICYCLE THIEVES etc., i; a card reading: Protestant churches of the city, a 4,033,123, according to official statistics -
and asked the girls to consult their royalty, has forwarded as her wed-
large attendance is issued today. The net increase
expected. Music
can not fill need
your every parents with a view to forming agirls' ding gift to Mrs Norman Galt, the
Chief of Police Smith believes he For your Thanksgiving blessing, will be furnished by the members of in membership last year was 164,000. fiance
canning club at each The of President Woodrow Wilson
'has rounded up the bicycle thieves We have no turkey, sauce or pie, the Baptist church.It The report shows that Methodism is place. ,
I But we'll supply the Dress-ing." young ladies of the different schools a chiffon scarf of peculiar texture and
who have proved a nuisance recently. is an established custom in Or- losing membership slowly in New
The window has attracted consider- seemed favorably impressed and the design.
Ralph Stewart, who jumped a bond of lando for all the churches to join i in England, holding its own in the New
able attention. outlook for the work in that sectionis The scarf, which was sent in the
| $50 for stealing a bicycle, has not yeti these Thanksgiving services and theyare York district, and growing most rap- encouraging. Superintendent Mc- name of the "Daughters of Hawaii,"

i been found, but other parties have never at the same church two suc idly in Philadelphia, Chicago, Omaha
LEA IS ELIMINATED Kinnon will visit schools in the eastern is a rare example of ancient Hawaiian
been ascertained. cessive years. It is proper and fitting Minneapolis..
of the weaving.
part county today.
that the members of the various The Methodist church now has 4-,
Nashville Tenn.-Still
TENNIS COURTA incomplete churches gather together on this dayto 097,000 Sunday school children, a gain

returns of last Saturday's Democratic offer up Thanksgiving to Deity for last year of 313,800, the largest increase MENDELSSOHN REHEARSAL RIFLES TO PLAY STETSON
primary)' to nominate a United States TONIGHT .
tennis court in splendid condition the many blessings of the past year, in its historv. There are 30- -

I is available for players at the Fair senator show that the race between and it is the desire of the pastors that 000 Methodist ministers. Methodist The Orlando Rifles basket ball team

Congressman Kenneth D. McKellar in A full rehearsal of the cast of "The will play a game with the fast Stetson -
Grounds. One may enjoy the sport at the members and their friends attend property America is worth $327-
[any time.Iwiu and former Go'ernorlaJcolm Pat- I the services. 341,000. The annual expenses of the Holy City," which is being producedby team here one week from next

terson is fairly close, with McKellar church are $40,000,000. the Mendelssohn Club, will be held, i Friday.OEATHfSfNSTANTANEOUS.

leading by nearly 3,000 votes, and at the studio of the director, Forrest

PRAYFOR Y PEACE E United States Senator Luke Lea some WILSON TO SERVICE HALVE GAME HIS TIME AT JUDGE PERKINS TO SERVE Dabney Carr, on Fine street, this I

10,000 votes behind the high man. evening at 7:30 o'clock. Everybodyis

The run-off will be between Messrs. Arcadia, Fla.-Circuit Court ClerkA. requested to be on hand promptly.The .

I Mrs. Henry Ford to Inaugurate McKellar and Patterson. West Point, N. Y.-Reservations on L. Durrance today received an or- rehearsal of the "Holy City,"
Senator Lea he has the army side of the Brush Stadium Well Known
"Mothers of says no protestto der from Governor Trammell desig- which was held last evening, was very Local Contractorand
Day" Prayerfor
make. tonight for Saturday's football game nating Judge Perkins, of DeLand, and successful, and the members are high- Builder Died of Acute

Consummation of between West Point and Annapolis State's H. ly enthusiastic over the outlook for
Attorney C. Gordan, of Indigestion Yesterday
Peace in will be made for President Wilson
Europe BOYS AND GIRLS! their production.
Tampa, to serve during the coming
and party, it was announced here to
term of circuit court at this place.
Detroit Mich.. 22. Hundreds day. The president also will witness
Noy. -
Don't forget, boys and girls to Judge Whitney will serve in Orange SUNDRY OFFENSES
Of thousands of of the from the working on the Mrs C. D.
mothers throughout draw your pictures of ringing Up part game navy side, .
county.Mr. Selter
the United States will be asked to Father," and have your name and address boxes having been reserved for hisparty : One family fight, dropping of rub- yesterday dwelling southeast of Orlando

eet in their respective cities, towns, on that side too. morning Harry E. McMil
upon them, and leave at the bish the streets
J. T. Hildreth arrived in the on a fighting case lan, a local contractor and builder

nd old villages at noon next Friday to Sentinel office before 5 o'clock today. city yesterday afternoon on the Tam- tween men, and two speeders be-I I was stricken with an acute attack of,
an hour of prayer that the Euro-i You be one of the EMPRESS IN GOOD HEALTH the
I may lucky personsi pa Special, coming from Brattleboro, attention of the mayor's indigestion at about 9 o'clock
and died
in war, with its slaughter of thou-i i I to get a free ticket to the show to- Mass.. where he has been spendingthe yesterday. The speeders, who were I I before medical assistance could
ads I reach
men and boys, may speedily morrow night. Names of winners Tokio.-In view of alarming rumors summer. Mr. Hildreth is a large assessed the usual fine, were Lee Sal- i him. The deceased
ended and this will be known as will be published in tomorrow's Sen- concerning the empress, a semi- manufacturer of carriages and las and Charles F. Fox. I at 509
others wag- II jOsceola street. He is survived
dap"The a
tinel. See if your name is a winner. official statement was issued today ons in the North State, and is also i widow.
occasion was made possible by asserting she is in perfect health.
Irs. very much interested in Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. Emory Hodjre were
Henry Ford who, influenced bye STATE BOARD PARDONS I
earnest appeals of :Madame Rosi- I has been the means of bringing many 'among the passengers reaching Or- Mr. John B. Carey, of Boston, was

Swimmer CZAR VISITS ODESSA persons to this city. He will occupyhis lando last evening over the Coast among the arrivals reaching the
peace delegate from The
Tallahassee, F1a.-The
next regular I Ito
I home on Fern Creek avenue. Line, coming from Westerly, R. I., yesterday. He intends to
ague conference and I spend a
recently in this meeting of the state board of pardons I Petrograd.-The Russian I Ii
emperor spend the winter. For the couple of weeks in this
ity, will for the present section, and
first time leave the I I will be held December 8, 1915, at the i accompanied by Crown Prince Alexis, Subscribe for the
Country Gentle- of
they are guests Mr. and Mrs. Geo. then to Fort
tivities of her home I go a sojourn,
. work. to take up pub- ]I executive offices in the capitol build- !visited Odessa Saturday and reviewed man, 52 numbers for only $1. Curtis: H. McCulloch, at their home, 110 returning here after the holidays to

i 109. ,the troops. j & O'Neal, book store. East Amelia avenue. spend the remainder of the season.

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THE DAILY I I AN IU.1'. IIS.TISfUTICU: uS Uubotf Tam e Bog" (Where II

1'111ICE.I.: ULJSSI.UJ-' Love Is, There Is God), and "Does a

South Florida Sentinel I TODAY :Man Need Much Land?" When I say I

*. K. GLENN HORNING. ,AND.,...,WEEKLY.. .. .......E W C. ESSINGTON .BailncM Manager (111 Lindsay S. Perkins, Dept. Justice, stoi's works which were: "starik rug-

Entered at the ptwtoffic at Orlando. FIor- former Orange county resident) nul," and that those two words meant: ;
Ida a* Second CUM Mad Matter. New York Nov. 18. "the old man swore once and then I
Editor Sentinel-In this great city, idea of CURED
RATES subsided one can get some I
D aU,. 1 YS SUBSCRIPTION r ........................ U-00 the true melting pot of the new material the compact forceful character of the
Months ............_.. ....... 160Daily. I
Dull 1 0 Month ...................... 1.M of which our nation- is to Russian language. The verb is capa-
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .MWeekly. oulded, there are more Italians than ble of indicating in one word whether -I
1 Year ...................... 11.00 there are in any city in Italy and an action had just begun took With Shivar Ginger Ale or money will be refunded. Here is our proposition ana" the
4.LL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN more Jews than there are in all Palestine .place just now or long ago happened manufacturer will stand back of every thing we say. Use 1 dozen bottles of Shivar
Of these wonderful people !i
ADVANCE the only once or took place repeatedly. Ginger Ale as we direct you and if after you have used one dozen bottles you are not
last mentioned, by far greater These aspects of the verb are found
TO ADVKRTISB.KS1Ctpr amber come from Russia. only in the Slavonic languages and satisfied with the results we will refund the money. Price per dozen $1.25.

1d.ertidsg fer But display be kandcd and all In a tfcer( MM kand-act baaincuOc Russia! What does that name are great savers of time in speakingand
. .f tha Sentinel Dot.later than 2 p. m.UM mean to us, who have never been writing. \ OLIVE OIL
This rate applieacnaacea
day befere putolka o. .. and who know little indeed of
M fer eentrae d rtUl .; it U there I There are thirty-five letters in the
vanaale and will be strictly adhered U.Subscriber that immense human factor in theworld's Russian alphabet as at present used; I

desiring The Sentinel in writing dbcondnned oa- history? That little we know handsome letters providing a pho- I i \V have just received a nice supply of genuine, imported Olive Oil. We guarantee it to
the office from
should notify will be has nearly all come to us unfriendly netic spelling system which is a great
the date of expiration\ otherwise- American be the best. Come in.and get a can today.
continued at the r"lflllar.ut."r .tion rates sources. average improvement on ours. Words will be-

until Telephone notice Nm to atop-rTUESDAY .is..received.................... It has more knowledge of the interior gin with four consonants and some- Olive Oil quarts______________________90c
of Africa than he has of the land such combinations vstr
NOVEMBER: 23 1915 of the Russians whose Siberian territory times vspl etc.five There are twelve as vowels. Olive Oil pints______________________-45c

extends within less than one hundred One of these, yarriy and (strange to

A good Thanksgiving sermon would miles of our own at Behring Bay) the Russian "I" are the only

be one based on preparedness. Straits: to stretch away to China, sounds that prove really difficult for
o- while its European borders touch Turkey an American to pronounce.A Jas. L. DEANProp.

Somebody captures Nish almost as and Germany and it holds one- knowledge of the language of

often as the crown prince is woundedor seventh of the habitable land of the Russia will open up as the telescope City Drug Store Orlando Fla.
killed. globe. unveils the skies new beauties to our
This war has forced upon us many mental vision. The realistic picturesof I AI
They have dozens of skirmishes in item of information that were new lowly life by Dostoyeffsky the

Europe that would be great battles in to CSt and without in the sli htestdei'Tee hard but striking portraits of Gorky I about
of 172,000,000 or FOR SALE!
Mexico. taking sides in the conflict and the subtle touches of Chekhoff I a population
with certainty that were I much all of North and South
I as
we can the as
say well
0 have been shown us as as
i 154 feet front
My residence corner north Orange second floor. Lot on
There is more money in this country going to continue to know more English translators can do it, but theyall America combined. It is well to know I and Robinson avenues, containing Orange avenue. Grounds attractively '
j today than ever before in its history about Russia in this country than we I look new in their own dress. And that the greatest musicians (compos- Library Reception Room, Den, Sew- arranged, and sprayed by underground

but what most of us want is ver did before. in that firmament where the stars of (Continued on Page 6)) ing Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, system. .
Pantry, Grocery Room, Lavatorall Large garage and log cabin play.on
She is reaching out to do business
some way of making it easier to get. lesser magnitude like Korolenko Nad- first floor, with bath and a s'let'phouse., etc. Will sell furnished or un-
o with us on very extensive lines. RusSian son, Verressaietf, Tann and Kuprinare ing apartment with eleven windows furnished.and .
Mother's idea of preparedness is a credits already opened up, and to shining there are a host of lesser Both the Sheriff's office and seven closets and storage room on 117lmCHARLES

pantry ful lof glorious pies cakes be established in the United States, but very kindly lights whose name is P. DOWFERTILIZER
and preserves all concocted to meet will stimulate trade in every state inthe legion forever hidden from all but the Chief of Police's office are

the individual tastes and require- Union. A Society for the Promotion those who know Russian. I have enjoyed and theyare
ments of her critical family. of Friendly Relations Between some of those minor poets and efficiently managed,

o Russia and America (Obstchestvo prose writers more than I can tell. quite successful in capturing

We may never know how well Eng- blizheniya Mezhdu Rossiehe e Amer. See this little gem from Ivan Kliush-
land's blockade to starve Germany Ikol, as they call it) has recently I nikoff! which t have all too feebly ten- thieves, but neither office attempts

has worked until after peace has been been established at Petrograd with dered into our cumbersome language to Indemnify you against
the former Russian ambassador! Barn
agreed upon. a I Rosen, as the head. The! pt-esl-! dirt so beauteous gift M fleeting, tlatnnge l tb your premises* df for
dent of the Moscow ehambet- of comerce Lie \thy tier given rne?
One year ago theftplHt thakphrIn Mlhd Is.sllrhtl i heart is beating i stolen articles not redoveded, Fresh shipment I'ULVEUIK&D mttiKi MANUItti,
Alexander' Uehf Was In New \ "
was 80hiehat tlistUtbed-thls! !, Life h.lhlt came td met!
rent it U! even worsen! 1 Europe.! in York tVrtt hiohths ago to help esUbsh fdf Take these!" two well managed just t IRa lies* fur I'ffnn, Lawn! Flowers and (U tsfd@nd! ,
ft Russian:ftAffil'fir thambeF t ftfommeFee All 1* faff I In.Rut'\ :
the United States there I H niUeh td 1)8ttrftteful
in this fit)', 1llti in HlHi-eU\, huhr'ealeUi uttke\ with buttery., Get tOUfS 80wtOrlando
slid thankful' tug
The writer\ himself has been intu\ > Hut. IH HHHC.H\ )) btinetrt H tint i 1d ued by'
= 0 =3 And in mM, He stands. revealed: and Larceny policy)
II require\ each! t to keep fmof f the! mental l in mtablUhi Inllltf\H\ tiQn
WaF Iiittl Switzerland\ pereh4 on hH@ in the itu!ian language: by Knowing) Him through\ Hi} H !alien, the! O or Casualty\ )' Companyon
Been wun spirit' tIf\ with wart= Produce Co.-
) Seed &
the reef ef Eurepe, ttM had tA pay' writing of the beauty and i if importance That, i ill li a'a tygh I1jUiHIl"tIAIlI your premises; and ypu have "
|S1,000QPQ} for mAtrilMnv; her armyin qf f thai language l in the paper of this Living' then in tod tnou .art. It'

prder \9 maintain* neutrality city, Chair of Russian instruction showed \n\\ protection 200 S. Orange Ave Phone 160
- A have been established quite recently M Us last 1 census, Russia

Now that the Rooster proposition at Columbia College In this city and
has quieted down one ia wonderingwhy at the Chicago University, as well as tMIIIIIMwiMMMMMMMWalch GEO, A JIUTCWNSON

the high cost of living has af Washington, P, C, A language Gen Agent
more flexible than Greek, more musical -
fected the price of Turkeys.We
o I than French, and much easier for Rooms 4.6 Phone 700

were succinctly informed that Americans to pronounce than French, Is Ail Watkins Block Yancey Meat Market Inc.FULLY .
women wear fur topped shoes for and certainly far more useful than ,

the same reason men wear cuffs on Greek or Latin the Russian is boundto PAID UPI
after which held grow in popularity in this country
their trousers we
regardless of all political conditions.The for T. A. YANCEY. Jr., Prts and Mgr.
our peace for a long time.Milwaukee Castle
Journal. Russians declare they are going Pine ORLANDO FLORIDA

o to give us the bulk of their foreign Real state[ Bargains Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
The supreme court of the United trade and if they stick to that NurseriesPine

States has just handed down a decision they will certainly make things hum Florida and Western Meats

to the effect that when a per- here before long for they have business Castle, Fla.
son buys a mileage book he can offer amounting to many hundreds of Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.
from it mileage for another person millions of dollars annually. If we For by Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
and learn to do I
and that the conductor must accept study their language class orange and Business 135 P. O. BOX aa6
mileage so offered. Heretofore mileage business with them in their way we Has first to plant. PHONES /\ Residence, ,133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.

has in been person good and only no for one the else purchaser has- too.ought That to hold is the that argument immense I trade have 1. ft AI Wallace Realty Co We grape offer fruit only trees first ready class bearing trees ,

used in advocating the study of that budded from prolific '
been allowed to ride upon it. The decision \Ve'
here. But there is more in trees of known
of the court still does not language
I shall state.I Room 3 Arcade also have the genuine Watson
far enough. When a railroad sells a it than mere business as watermelon seed. No melons I I AB.COOK&OTWCHRIST
never saw a Russian till I was a
book it should make dif-
mileage no saved j

ference who uses it.-Clearwater o Sun. grown the man man.who That built was the Mr.Orange Demens Belt Phone 117 our shipped seed.from Melons where weighed we from I. BUILDING : ORLANDO ''V

Referring to the decision of a Kan- railroad, running from Sanford to St.'etersburg 20 to 45 pounds. Ii

sas judge to the effect that a husbandust Florida. Many: will and remember till Ml 1IIII IMttllMIIM AS AGENTS, we invest money safely for our
give his wife twenty per cent of him, and his fiery energy
his income Eph Wiley says there are not very pleasant style of speech. I customers; manage their real and personal .

many cases where the husband's gross used to wonder what sort of a speech property; look after their taxes and other obligations

income doesn't amount to that.-Talla- his native language was, and some A Bargain Offer! collecting rentals, interest and dividends.
hassee Democrat. twenty years ago began to study it. ,
There were no schools to teach itthen.
Great Britain, o France and Russia, Washington, and but few We offer a lot 74.8 feet by 150 feet fronting east Circle on INCOME INVESTMENTS, Mortgages and Bonds

are working together to bring China with whom I could practice the little Elam Street, just three lots off beautiful Lucerne

into the Eentente alliance in order to I knew of the language. Finally, the where Elam street, Ame rica street and Lucerne Circle

prevent possible friction in future be- beauty of the soft Slavic tongue grew intersect. Lot faces East, is high and dry, level has BUILDING MATERIALSAND
and China and to upon me, and now I have no greater PRICE $1500.
tween Japan preserve than the delicious oaks in front and is in the RIGHT location.
peace of the Far East. If China CONSTRUCTIONWe
agrees to the plan her military par- writings of Pushkin, Lermontotf and We have $1000 to loan on good security.

ticipation in the present war is not 'urgenieff.
The sombre glory of Tolstoi is unfolded -
expected. Negotations thus far are Estate Co.
in n conversational stage at Peking fully only to those who can Orlando can save you time, money and worry on your |
him in the original, and I once
with no indication as to China's at- E. n. HRADLEY Our clients are satisfied
titude. told him in a letter that it was worthwhile PHONE 501 building operations.
to learn Russian in order to 12 WATKINS BLOCK
o ,
IILKSSKI: IS rLOUIIl.V tend his writings in the original, for
they ne'er"iI1 make the same impression :
DeLnnd Record in other Innpuape He . . . . . . . . . . . ..I
(( ) any . . . . . .t. . . . . . . I
Ytnl are ducking rose! and lowers was the greatest writer in the worldnt :

trt iMoridit. fcvery day In the yearjfresh : the time of his death mid the :
trpt-tnlile and fruit the teat mlrhtle| intellect that hl!' country Announcement! i If You Do Not

bund, 1.ltekthJ11\ the htnlth-gltlhjr hnl ever khmvti. Mot! people. think Is
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.lit; ibfUt: Kill pltd I hitl IIttIPId l lit HHH* Hi his, M hmH* AHn t* 'Mnw )K, flat t1W will to:: pleatfrtto ) i MOTOR CAR 00

=TltTfin I I lrinwl'{ lts kola\ i fm ftrHU 14 show Hut samples nf th *e .wMy famoH* }pood* and
IRRIIen: f'Hftf' pHn4sntNf IIhm Alas: Ic4in! a litH"Ii$lst )I''Hi1fn-1 t this wreb.
HIt: f hrRnicls' : pin: the: m iarnalsil'1t : tpr UUCP., 4 tpaphef j lips|| t p tate >J-PHF fird H fPF the same $PVPFV Pr mf :
<+1i1t Hit HIHI'Arin' far the me ter, |in \later. life. a.m. fas|) like( Npthin):( ; mute ft moFP spppptaWe 1 Nmaa Rift thw a bq1; V D. Phillips, Mgr

msnt that twp si "'nwinp 'Its fjr st. Paul", tbrpueb the j many Mule strfs Q of dependable, hose and now |13 the lime IPMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM or er. *
the' Oermani. have been fpun4 on the \ pf righteous M> ng which) flowed .I 111'1 %ST fWRPH' STRFPT'' # I"QNP; '22

coast pf Crete, pne pn the northwest, like( sunshine from his tireless pen, r
the other on the southeast side. free to the people; such stories a'Odey

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A Timely va"*latE
hj ntFliOIi:
D o
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,2I .: And L:'

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

these wonderful sale prices Remarkable Big Store's Big Shoe Sales




Women's Misses' and Childrens 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.


Lot No. 1. Misses' and Children'sShoes Lot No. 4. Ladies' Gun Metal, Tan, Lot No. 7. Ladies' Patent, Gun
,Patent,Gun Metal and Kid,sizes Patent and Kid Shoes, Oxfords and Metal and Tan Shoes. In this,lot you
8 1-2 to 2. These Shoes are specially i Pumps. This includes Cloth and White will find some wonderful good bar-
good for school wear as they are all in tops,former values up to $6, to close gains. Shoes that are really worth
good leathers and styles. Former prices out at $3.15 a pair double what we ask for them in this
up to$3.00,to be closed out?t sale $1.95 a pair
$1.00 a pair
Lot No. 5. Ladies' Patent, Tan and
Lot No. 2. Misses' and Children's I Kid Shoes,Oxfords and Pumps. Good I Owing to limited space
Shoes in Patent Tan and Velvet in j I qualities and styles Values up to $5,
sizes for the larger school girls This !, in this sale $2.85 a pair I we mention only a rew of
is a wonderful lot and well worth
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$2,00$2,60 and$3,00 to be dosed out at I the many wonderful bargains
Lot No. 6. Ladies' Kid, Gun, Metal,
$1.60 a pair Ten and Patent Shoes, Oxfords and i in the Shoe Department -

Lot. No.3. Ladies' Patent, Tan, Dull Pumps. See this wonderful lot as i during this Great Sale.
they are exceptional good values that
Kid, and Gun Metal Shoes This is a I
afford miss Values
you cannot to up within the
The prices are
opportunity to purchase j to1.50.,specially priced at :
regular $3,50 $4,00 $4,50 and $5,00
I $2.35 a pair i reach of all.
qualities in this sale at $2,50 a pair

Don't fail to come and look them over personally and you will agree that we are
giving the most wonderful Shoe Bargains in the City of Orlando. Come and see for yourself.


. 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 :

half the money you ever did before.



The Yowell Duck worth Co.




Miss Hallie Ley invites the patronsand

friends of her Model Kindergarten -

WintorParkNowsDaily to attend the little tots' Thanksgiving -

exercises at her kindergartenrooms

Wednesday (tomorrow) at
9:15 a. m.
1. Good Morning, Mr. Sunshine, by
Of Items the school.

The Budget Town And Rollins Concerning College chorus.: 3.2. We Prayer.Welcome You, Dear Friends, It's' A Banouet of JWzing Bargains to Partake of Hilton:

4. Baa, Baa, Black Sheep, Pendle-

. THANKSGIVING CAROLS TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR ton school.5.Yowell.Two Robins Red Breast, the Is to Whet One's' Appetite For t the Turkey DinnerHaving

the <*. Jack and Jill, Evelyn Buckmaster. -
What promises to be one of
cause to be thankful for a very satisfactory year, we give thanks in an easily-
most beautiful affairs of its kind ever nE Furnished room with 7. Thanksgiving song, the school
held in Winter Park is the Thanksgiving single l lied, at a moderate price. 8. A Little Play, "Golden Locks and understood and generally appreciated way by providing through this Thanksgiving Sale
carol singing which is to be carried 603 East Central avenue. 11-23-Ct Three Bears" leading lady, Ellenor at very low prices, big lots of new Winter Goods. Wishing to forget no one we
in different Estes, and Richard Buckmaster, Margaret generously provide for everyone. Truly it will be a merrier holiday if selections for
on this evening partsof .
WILL EXCHANGE desirable building Rush, Duckworth.
Billy person and home are first made from these assortments!
the city, under the direction of Mrs. lots, east side, as equity on i 9. Song, "Little Card so Dainty,"
Hazel Lenfest small cottage. Call 31 Church street. Edna: Driver. YOUR FIRST THOUGHT-A NEW DRESS OR SUIT FOR THE HOLIDAY
The ranks of the singers will be 11-23-Gtc 10. Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star,
the school.
recruited from among the young peo- \'ANTED-Stenographic work or 11. Thanksgiving selection, Margaret '
ple of the town. The crowd will meet position, by a business college grad- Rush. ,
at Hooker Memorial hall gt 7 o'clock uate. Address 311 West Church, or 12. Kitty and Pony, Evelyn Buck. II '
master and Ellinor Este, : Lou- I 'lrr
phone 295. ll-23-3tc :./
and from there will march to the I : I. :
ise Hill and Paul Routh.
: \ 4
homes of the different pastors, to the 13. Song, "Humpty Dumpty," Billie .' I" \ .-' r. ; ..
FOR SALE 100 poinsettia blooms, :. '
college and to other parts of the city 10 cents each, 3 for 25; cents. Mrs. Duckworth. l\ ::-
singing old plantation melodies suit- I). B. Ilaybon, 400 Cor. South and Bird 14.,"Song the ,school."Once I Saw a Little ( sr: : I ::/ \
able to the spirit of the season. A Hughey streets. 11-23-1t' I lal '
15. Hockory, Dickery Dock, Ellinor : I ""' "" : ; "
large number of young people have ,Estes. d .. \\ ., >-.:. -, ; .1: : 11 \
FOR SALE 1 bedstead and ......
signified their intention of taking partin spring 16. March, the school. :\ \ ;
and 10 head laying hens a bargainif the school. rit L\\
; 17. Lullaby j: \ , \ J \
the and most
carolling, a delightful taken before Friday. Apply John 18. O Mother, How Pretty the = .
time is anticipated. Trott, 103 Hillcrest avenue. ll-23-3t Moon Looks Tonight, Margaret Rush. ""' \,/ [4 :\ I ,
19. Solo, "Wee Willie Winkie," j J; .- \\1 \ t Y. .' .' .- \
CIIIVAHAKI NEWLY WEDSA FOR SALE-Eight: acres velvet beans Richard Buckmaster. /'LJ1 t / I -
and corn, heavy crop and easily 20. Play, "Three Billy Goat Billies." ; : : ', \; \ \
merry party of Winter Park gathered at a bargain to quick buyer. Cast: Joseph lleKi"benlaxine: Bo- i .Y
young folks met last night for the I Jno. B.! Barr, Pine Castle, Fla.) nar, Edna Driver Pendleton Yowell. 'It&t! : \I ) ft.k \
purpose of chivararing Mr. and Mrs. I 11-23-31 21. I've Eight: White. Sheep, Joseph (t .1 ' :; : :://i' k
McKibben and choru
A. Schultz, who have recently returned .
from their honeymoon trip to AT CHRISTMAS: you will be proudto Louise 22. Diddle Hill.l Diddle Dumpling, :Mary \ 't 1 ''i@ .:: !1 t A.

Valdosta, Georgia. As usual on occasions I Five, No. photographs 102 North Main if, one made block at2vans 23. Hipley, Pigley, Paul Routh and -. \ .' GIf -, \ .
of this kind the instrumentsUsed north of court house. Make the appointment Maxine Ilonnr. .w ( .
24. I Love Little Pussy, Patty
were somewhat varied in nature, now. Phone 123. Wetherell. )I' tf/\'j
and no especial notice was given to 1-23-lmoc: :25. Gymnastics.ORLANDO / ,

time, rhythm or harmony, the main TltANKHttlVINtt( I.r.IIIL\TION
requisite being to produce noise, Should! not l I.t', but often is hard work / ) LOtHlti No. 69, \t\ & A, M.
which wan produced in the greatest tot the housewife! Not BO if you let Dear Sir and tlrothen-) ult" Nothing myrc opportune! \\'C )have Just received the ecottd hitment| \ of exquisite new

perfection| and the lack of technique us hake your turkey, make )our pie, Lodge No. tip, P;, & A, M, will meet Irrsse! that uur cuntrnet rolls for. We cannot describe I them We cannot (flint word to I

took nothing from the pleasure of rake know and your.frtstry' !wants, !,(.have me in n mid Inlk let with in .in regular rnmmutik'tittan in their halt e"prCpll4 their henutyS'tt lire more than antonlohed at their lowneM of price

the occasion for either the newly mar our linker, anti! jm' '''lry rook He IIHS at 7i30: Tue! driy evening, November
Hen! couple er their friend, tllIl'tt"it'lIl'tI and will "make, the |"I'HI' 2.1: : J HUB), Woik in 1\1\ M, degree. -
lIill&f" & !! of your and ilplijjht'1''I''' nk' *>Blviiitf Old' fttfehion tinnier ht apleasure II, M\ Voorhii, secretary: Linens. For Thanksgiving and After
VI;HI'f.1&; & ,Nittv'II'ilA"f'l1'RThe & !
pound' And fruit rakes! ,plum ,pudding,
uuual Sunday! vespers were tit"> ,, etc, Carl Jansen Hakery, fl FINK HEHMON MY HKV. IIKNIWN
held At the college chapel. Sunday North Orange Avenue, I lU :3-3tt AT THK HAPTMT CHURCH 19qtt -!

evening, with R large crowd in ,,\. Sunday night, at the Baptist church, v
tendance.: The program was, as us. "IWINGINfl FATHER". a large congregation listened with '

ual, excellent' and was greatly en.. I The very best rule for the occasion rapt attention to the masterful ser .

joyed by all present, These services al theatre goers to make is to go to mon of Rev T. F. Hendon, the enlist.

are forming a very interesting feature the theatre every time a Gus Hill ment secretary of the Florida Baptist
of the college life this year and Convention, Jacksonville, who has
show comes to town, then there will "
are becoming more and more attract- be no disappointment. The work of a been assisting Dr. E. T. Poulson, pastor

ive as the season progresses. successful producer will always be of the Baptist church of Orlando,
in a series of meetings during "Home
worthy of your patronage. You've
I'INE-NEEIILES Week. The of his
of business. coming subject
found it so in all lines
The above is the appropriate name text was, "As the Seventy Returned,
Mr. Hill's latest, and we may say
given to his recently improved Win greatest, effort in cartoon musical Jesus Rejoiced. There was-scarcely
ter Park estate by II. B. Gibbs, whose a person in the vast concourse but
production, is founded on George Mc-
attractive residence has received most who the discourse.
greatly enjoyed
I' Manus' cartoon series, "Bringing Up I These fresh and table linens will add
snowy materially to the enjoyment of the Thanks
complimentary notices since its com- :The music was fine, and the excellent
pletion. Signs, artistically paintedby Father, which comes to the Lucerne choir which always performs a faith- giving feast. They are exceptional qualities, in a very handsome range of beautiful
theatre next Wednesday night, No- designs, some of the dainty effects
being reproductions of
quaint old colonial
Ray Trovillion, now appear upon ful part, was at its best. patterns
Mr. Gibbs' motor boat, and above the vember 24. It's a big vaudeville review which are so much in demand at the present time. They are priced as linens used to

driveway leading to his residence.MAYOR'S with real comedy enough to be priced before the supply ran short and prices went upwards.

lake two more plays. Don't miss it, MISS MAY HARDAVVAY 72 inch Table Damask, Special Price_________________________________________ 59c

COURT and get your seats early. Hemmed Napkins, dozen________________________________ ___ __ __ __ ___ $1.25
Wesley Glenn, colored, was fined $8 PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER 70 inch Half Bleached Irish Table Linen, Special price_____II___II__I__I_ I __79c

and costs in mayor's court yesterday FIRST INSTALLMENTThe WINTER PARK, FLA. Naps to match, dozen________________________________________________"III $1.50
morning when convicted on a chargeof first installment of "Neal of 72 inch "Humidor" Linen (Our Extra Special, Pure Linen Damask, worth $l.lib,Il."l5 r

having acted as an accomplice of the Navy" drew a large audience to Schultz Building Phone 406 Big variety of designs-Napkins to match, dozen_______________________ $3.75
another negro, Oscar Horton, in steal- the Grand theatre last evening. This Our Collection of Hand Embroidered Maderia Linen, in Tea Sets, Center PiecesT'Scarfs,

ing II. Siewert's boat last week. No serial promises to be one of the best Squares, Runners, Napkins, Handkercheifs Bags etc., etc.. SPECIALLY PRICED.
other for ever brought to Orlando. Future installments All Work Neatly and Accurately Done
cases came adjustment.
will be seen from week to .
week. Read the Sentinel for an-
RETURNED Room No. 3, Schultz Bldg. A
Arthur Schultz and bride returnedon nouncements. Several other good rf .. r0'_ FPi : ;'. SMART _

the early train Sunday morning films were shown. Dr. C. W. Fain \ .'. 11' :Wtj NEW
from Valdosta, Ga., where they have 'J'. - HAT

been spending a portion of their ROSE BUSHES DENTIST .... 4; '.. - OF
honeymoon. Ready to plant. Call phone 509. Office Hours: 8 to 12, 2 to 5. ... J-: .""h COURSE!
408 Lake street. Violet Dell Florists.J. fi 4 4' -
M. Caruthers. l-ll-23-6tc WINTER PARK, FLA. -, .); 25

: ,;: -. CLASS
That Saturday, the opening day of '
the hunting season, did not see the The Eola Packing Company : And .
greatest "back to the woods andlakes' '4 '
Trimmed i
movement was proven yester- \ HATS

day by the numbers of parties who, SpecialtiesCustom ._ . Worth 36 INCH SILK POPLIN
though unable to get away on the _
Up to Our $1.00 quality in all colors, including -
first day of the season, neverthelesstook '
,/, $8.50 Black
Packers Modern Equipment s. Thanksgiving Sale
the first day of the week" off, and Shippers and Buyers Cash f.o.b. Selling t for Price________________________ 79c
went "gunning" or "boating.
Growers' Agents Personal Attention ll' f i k $5.00 !1..0 INCH SILK IRISH POPLIN
This will be an unusually full week I Growers, Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and ar- > i A beautiful quality in all the New

socially for the residents of Winter I range for harvesting and packing their crops. S. 'I Fall colors. Our regular $1.25.:
Park and for the Rollins students. Fruit Packed and shipped as directed by the owner of the oods. I 1 Thanksgiving Sale Priceuuu98c

Numbers of social events have been and A. C. L. Tracks.
PACKING HOUSE[ -Corner Concord Ae.
planned, and a holiday tang will pervade W. H. RULE :Mgr. .. S. PAGE; .bst Mgr. C. A, COCHRAN, 10 Yards Outing Flannel for________85c 10 Yards Unbleached Pure Linen Towling
the entire week of Thanksgiving Packing (House Foreman.Patronage All Colors-including White and Cream, ,

Stripes and Checks. for, !).>c, worth 12 l-2c yard

Respectfully Solicited
A number of Winter Turk residents
and !Rollins students attended the production .
of "A Pair of Sixes" nt the The new "Visor" Sweater is a Corker Suggestion for Thanksgiving
.llllllltIIIIIIIIIPI.IIIIIIII&'IIIIIIIIII111111111Do :3 styles in ono-with, without and with u
Lucerne theatre, at Orlando, last Saturday Plum Pudding, Richelieu Nut Cako
Roll Collar-all Colors AJ1 ool-All
night. Sized. 1 Ib. pkt. "Stones" fruit cake for__30c

All other "Stones" cakes, each____ lOc
It Now Price $:3.00) --
:.II.* Sally Hewlett and brother,
Jeff, returned to Winter Park yesterday I NEW GLOVES English Walnut Meats, Pecan meats
afternoon from Kentucky. The For Street and Full Dress Black Walnut Meats, Almond.) eats-

rest of the family are expected later Buy a "BUICK" or a "FORD"Care. To be "au fait" one should wea rthe New New Nuts of all kinds, NEW FIGS and

Silk in White and Pearl Gray-Special DATES, Raisins, Currents, Citron,

FOR SALE price 150 pair. Orange and Lemon Peels, Crystalized

For Other Occasions, prices $1.50 to $2.50 Cherries and Ginger, Champanale.
Hating hold my place on the north and be satisfied
side of Lake Ivanhoe, I offer for sale Call and See Our Delicatessen Department-It Is Something New in Orlando.DicksonIves .
at a bargain my family horse, harness -
carriage and wagon; also my
small Buick car. Any one desiring to
inspect them can do so at the place
by asking for the caretaker, or calling Winter Park Auto Co. ! Co
on W. R. O'Neal at his office
A. D. Mallory. ll-20-3tc

HEDGE CUTTINGS FOR SALE "Orlaa\do's Favorite Shopping Place." Orlando, Fla.

Privet hedge cuttings, 30 cents pe
469. 1-11-21-St* MIIMitlitiitltlMMIKmiMllllllllllllllllitllM
hundred. Phone i


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I I GDrlattto) Snritj the purpose WEDNESDAYFor of giving an opportunity -I II I U "Get It At Allen's" U

for the tourists, old and I .

I new, to become better acquainted, a
reception will be held at tourist headquarters -
SOCIAL CALENDAR were ably assisted by the Misses Wednesday evening, beginning
Elizabeth Branham, Mary Robinson, at 7:30. A musical and literary
Today Alma DeLaney, Mary Hyer, and Mrs.
Junior Matrons Card Club, Mrs. Thos. program will be the entertainment! Cut F1oors
H. 11 rod water! hostess. A. N. Goodwin. Altogether the party The Mctntosh orchestra! has kindly
Bofocls lub. proved quite a success and a generous! 'consented to furnish the instrumental
Pupils #tital, CathedralSchool.! amount will be added! to the cemetery! hiUsie. Simple refreshments! be
M t. ah Leonard fund.WEDUINtiBUNUAV.
tale tot Mr. and !Mrs. J. C J.awtonytt'rdneMIer served. For
Noeemht !t. 4 Alt tourists whtt spend the wltttetbf Weddings,
's. J< H. Lantdtt fltid MM!! Jtltatotl ) Of INtEttESt A part of the! *" asoH!! Itt Urlahdtt
!"' *lit hostesses!hnnree! Ht brldg! i Mts.Mt Miss Mae! ttarrelli daughter bf Mr.ttH.l are! cordially Invited ttt be! prt!I fht. Funerals
It re* ahuf Ittht1.! Crthl 'I\f\t.\ l t lh) MidI MM. tli ti ttarrelli ahtt! Mh lbtu) etc! ,
MM'! tiH 'h| htj_t.nH|! nH.'le u nil! Hi tlttttbH were! HKtrrletthi ltuhdayFtbhthd A (UttA1'lm)( t'HANhlfr' ; Akf4lltll'hllAIIDN O
I'nllHi' ,t, Itl ''tlHtf bf life 1 iltUttllHii( I (t'luliifl !\ t llu. Mtte bf (the titl>le, eey= ( from UlIII Il ttlIf II Ut'lItI U"I

i ai .Hhliuin': liiii NIHfllt'' H U 4.i Hal,,\ IttllM' .tt.t l bf (OHnRtlHi) fiy I 11 Jj. 'I AMHrlttlHi(! rlirtilllM (ttM!9 (the n
'I Itttrfh.. +tjlthig I I ttllttttllt) >1t i ilrtltt-N! HltilM lIulllftll, 'I ha eefewHny tH1i1t! Itlllttl iiiPetri rH-e( {' FrtllHH bf UtM,, '* HltH iUP! Kllllftk" l'I ftllHHg ftttll\it\ lpi H t lt\tFttt-tlll,\ +i tjf1t4{ tit till hlffla' ffttm the tlllr baby\')
i '". : H't'lliflt' 1"1 (the! ntten4Hhts.. wprn. (Iii nil i in plathlm" 'ih" ; nkoyittn0 tiny Philadelphia (114 UtH tlHItI "han'l' far hue I I"j.l With" All that( tMn\ 'thvlwert,,

t *' 'r"'I'! I"rldH".. Itt hiHttlnhrr' "hrJiUlIIi: 'tt, wtiht I Mi.v.. Anrta tlnrNnan $* m..I1' Ht huTHr fheey (tHF needy ftlmili&; ''It l thane V \S'n t Mi'ffMlly Incite attentlan (to our .lmnwu| ring, 's'hay ere
Mf .pi the,,, P1ew 1ucerna, d II, ; JHII'l Mr.f mltew /t8ary= M' 'ife.t. : a f 1d fh1'1 fay inch ttitHi 1ttau' genre M rare t Ittftijlf net l'l HI,41.HI, Jiliht
t Sfitraeu tea, Mr, fie(i If.JUnee l fjll"'i4fl" \Ii, man, Mr. "mj MM, llarrMI. "hash 11'f may \Itj Ml with ,the I secretary: Miii and Atlanta
tUlittlU, i wham have many friend, will roaVa fprinn }nAJ4in( un, M Liberty street, ALLEN & CO. JtWn RS,
( nin hotel' I,
( } NIIW 'Jucernu n
lie m their home in this city= t An Tuesday Pf Wednesday morning Ib
I A pretty reception followed the flute At serviceable. clothing and| bedding Orders taken on =Obi rJ:

u. p. a nt St tll' CAHII) .\WI'I I wedding, and a cream course was are also ntejed. 23-2t w

A pretty U D, 0, benefit card partywas served, and a musical program givenby *
given yesterday afternoon at the I Miss Nora Hartman t>SfME1mSTSSOtISCr.U, Short NoticeAt DO MW TIIANSQIVING

home of Mrs. II. G, Abernethy, onI I The guests at the affair includedMr. The engagement of Miss Martha BRIGHTENING UP
East Central The hostesses I and Mrs. H. C, llarrell, Mr. and Emily Ley, of Fort Myers, and Mr. l1INl '
avenue. > with out paints. Thenou'll be
Mrs. E. I). Harrell Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Robert Rivers Guice, of Jacksonville, sure
for the afternoon were Mrs. Aber- of making a good job of it, one that
llarrell Mr. and Mrs. Bird Mr. few '
Story, was announced a days ago at a
nethy, Mrs. A. R. Bogue, and Mrs. Jo- will do credit and one that will
I and Mrs. W. N. Newton, Mr. and Mrs. beautiful reception given at the Methodist you
siah Ferris, who the ceme-
compose last for Tell
II. II. Nixon, Mr. and Mrs. Charles parsonage in Fort Myers. The years. us your plans
tery committee of the Annie Coleman I and we'll supply just the right
Seaver, Mrs. Blanche Story, Mrs. marriage will occur December 14th. paints
Chapter of the United Daughters of I S',. etc., with which to do the work.
the Confederacy Mrs Abernethy being Green Mrs. Mandy Wesson, Mrs. A. Miss Ley is the daughter of Rev. E. J
chairman of this committee.The I'D. Starnes Miss Nora Hartman Mr. F. Ley and a niece of Rev. J. B. Ley

rooms were prettily decoratedin John Wesson, Mrs. Myrtle Iliggs, two well known members of the Meth- fa Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C.
"Misses Ellen llarrell Callie Sullivan, odist conference.-Florida Metropolis.
large and small Confederate flags 205 S. Avenue
Susie Sullivan and Messrs. +
and the interior presented a beautiful
Wesson Dewey Horton and Daniel RETURNS WITH BRIDE Pharmacy Phone 261
as well as patriotic appearance. There COLEMAN & RIIAN
were sixteen tables of players twelveof llarrell. Sir. Chas. K. Pomeroy, who left
auction and four of "five hundred." + Orlando some six weeks ago for an PHONE 20

Miss May Kilmer and Mrs. J. A. Ab- SOCIAL AT HIGHLAND GROVE outing in New York surprised his
berger made high scores at bridge and CHAPEL many friends yesterday afternoon by

five hundred respectively, and were There will be an ice cream social returning with Mrs. Pomeroy. While CAREY HANDFUNERAL
presented with lovely bouquets of red and short program at the Highland in Brooklyn, N. Y.. Mr. Pomeroy was
roses tied with white tulle. Grove chapel tonight, beginning united in marriage to Mrs. ChristineN.
Tea and cakes were served at the I promptly at 7 o'clock. All are cordially Beckwith. The Sentinel, with DIRECTORAND
close of the games and the hostesses invited to attend.SOCIETY other friends, extends congratulations. -

+ ----- EMBALMERAll
Mr. and Mrs. George Keller have
demands that invitations returned to Orlando from Altamonteand -
their many friends are now callIng -
for fashionable! weddings shall be artistically engraved in ladies of the Baptist church of upon them at 11 Cast Washingtonstreet. calls answered Promptly Dayor
the latest style of letters and after forms that are approvedby Pine Castle! will give a Thanksgiving .
highest, authorities. dinner! at the home bf Mrs! Elite Night. Hand Block.
Don't tuft the risk! of having your invitations Sphaler on Thanksgiving day Mealsserved
ltll UUtUWM,
unfavorably eHtdf>ed. -fcend to the bent! authority in the between 11 and :2 e @'d ck. Refreshments Orlando Florida.
Huuthern States J. 1' Htevens Engraving Company, 47 and program. n to fllt.nt.l Cult phone f,0l{ I
'.Vhlh.hAU Street, Atlanta, On. H and will + Lake
mple priced 40* l street Violet\: Dell 1.'hnllltI.
\\1' ipht you free of ehergeend new 80CIBTY) NOTEB) : 01' INTKIlKfiT J, M\ futh@u. I M1.:2J::i rite
A number\ of Orlando people motored -

U I to Kellwood Sunday, and enjoyed W. T. KNTIUt'ANLICENSED '
an elaborate eight course dinner, the
first/ meal /served in the new Zellwood WNTIIACrniH) .MMMMMMMMMMMf.MMMMtMMMMMMMMMI
Florida Farms Company' new hotel for

overlooking the muck lands to the PAINTING, DKCOHATJNG, KTC1.f .
south The guests were given a launch
tide through the canals, seven miles' .Phone 211.SKATING FRANK A, CUtCTIfi WILLIAM R O'NEAL
having been dredged to date The
hotel will not be formally opened until '
the Christmas holidays.

Mrs. Park Trammell, of Tatlahas RINK

see! who was a lavishly admired dele*
gate atterulltig the federation! meeting!
held! In DeLtthd this week, la how the
guest bf her father at Credent City CURTIS & O'NEAL

Jlefote returning to the guvefhor'd I hurry Friday Afternoon( SchoolChildren
mansion i about ieeember) ?lh, M FIJI
t'Hention' (ilrN
Trammel! will visit relatives at Win* Insurance Loans Real Estate i
ter Park and in Orlando,=0ealA) inter. Jln>-* 10?

f 'I.ndy r Rttfndnnt (In look after' the Rentals
Doctor end Mine Porter will enter:
lain the Here end There club Plilftm
!her S instead pf Wednesday, The '

postponement was caused/! by the
death of a relative in England, As .
ONE OF THE RECENT SURPRISES PROVIDED there is another club in Orlando of Friday Night, November 19th
the same name a new name will be


party for Ralph the five year old Tuesday Night, Nov. 23rd. ,
RUSSELL HUFF HAD RESIGNED AS CON- son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hirsh, was
given yesterday afternoon at the \ good game and you will like it
home of his parents. Following refreshments -i MiilliilMMMMMMMMMMMMiiUJMIIIilMiMiliREO
COMPANY, TO BECOME CHIEF ENGINEER OF and a social hour the little
boys and girls went to the moving TIIANKSGII'INGMASQUERADE

An informal reception will' be given
COMPANY SINCE ITS INCEPTION, AND HAS BEEN the tourists Wednesday evening at November 26 i

I headquarters in the Arcade, directly
THAT CONCERN. HE TOOK UP HIS NEW I, south of the Sentinel. A good pro-
has been arranged.The .

Table was opened Sunday evening at
Unity Chapel D. S. C. Hood delivering -

an address upon "Florida Plant I


The Sorosis Club will meet today.
"Ralph Waldo Emerson,' Idealist; PROGRAM
will be the of 1916
subject a paper by JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS

I.J Rev. Gordon. + LAURA HOPE CREWS $950.00, F. O. B. Orlando
PHILLIPS & S SONS Mrs. J. c. Dolive and children arrived -
yesterday from Jacksonville' and In a most elaborate . .
are visiting her father W. L. Dolive.
Are Here. Let
210 S. Orange Ave. Picturization of us you


Howell, osteopathic physicianand
surgeon, announces that he has Thrilling Reels of Interna-
returned from Harvard University,
where he took post graduate work in tional Smuggling and AUTO CO.
eye ear nose and throat diseases.
Also physical diagnosis (nerves Oriental Mysticism!
heart, lungs, kidneys and other viscera
),diseases.and electrotherapy Office Cheney and contagious build- N. Orange Ave. Phone 400

l ing, opposite San Juan hotel. Telephone
: Office 617; residence 1018. lOc 15c


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, -

PROFESSIONAL CARDS AN ILLUMINATING ARTICLE ON considerable playing Southern their gridiron warriors to the finish. '

THE HEAL RUSSIA OF gradually gained ground and plunged
"The best of the gameIs Dr. Henry G. HanchettPianist
TODAYContinued over the Rollins line for the second
ROBINSON & BEARDALL the zest of the game I
( from Page 2)) touchdown, again failing to kick goal. And the rest of the game and Teacher
well in the last Is bore 1
LAW Both teams fought a ;
ATTORNEY-AT- ers) of the present have their home
For the blest of the game
Rollins determined not .
there; that the most skillful dancersare quarter; Make a jest of the game. MUSICAL DEPARTMENTS
No. 4 West Pine Sreet from there; that the atomic tables to give over another score and the And the pest of the gameIs Adelphi. National Park and Brenau Colleges.

the world in chem- final whistle found them hard at bat- the score." I Sometime Metropolitan and Beethoven Conservatories.
used all over
Phone 161 tle in the center of the field. Director Monteagle and Florida Chautauquas.Choral .
istry are the work of Iendel'eyieffithat ; Line-up and Summary I and Orchestral Societies.
the star !
Lewis at left played
Elie Metchnikoff who more than Southern 412): -Shannon, left end; Organist of Two Fifth Avenue (N.Y.) Churches
of game of the day often breaking Gregory, left tackle; Rodgers, left
one else turned the thoughts Columns
any I About 300 in New York Also before
through and tackling the runner fora guard; Griffith, center; Crowley,right,: City. ;
DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW the world to methods of living longerby guard Wilson, right tackle; King Recitals Cornell Pennsylvania, Peabody, Vassar, Smith and
loss. His loss was felt severely ;
and other Universities, Colleges', Assemblies and Clubs
is Russian
the use of sour milk a right end; C. Fulton, quarterback; :
when in the middle of the game he Lectures in all parts of the country.
Lobach- Two
as is also the great engineer (Continued on Page ) i
j jIS
had to be taken out on account of
effsky. A list of the wonderful and i New Music Studio ready Dec. 1st at 107 America Street.

Phone 72 useful things given the world by Russia injuries. THE C1RCTIT Cot'RT OF THE SEV. Temporary Address, 511 Anderson St.
Huntsman, at center though penalized
would make a big book. STATE OF FLORIDA FOR
Rooms 6, 6, 7, 8Davis ,- literature repeatedly for over-anxiousness, ORANGE: COUNTY
V'e have for many years fed on
& :McNeill Block] I smashing and not an
about Russia that showed us played a game Dill in Chancery '. Enfant Ta. lAin
I inch gained through him. City of Orlando
""tv the... dark side. If our drawbacksV..I was v.. !
- the world we It was Bob Greene's first game of D",.". 1 i i.& feet ...t of tiarthc*.t rorm-r of
alone were shown up to ..femathwet
hurth..uqu.rt of tunithraet quarter i
much better if football and he played like a veteran uimrtrr of outhwfl uunrtrr "f 1
would not fare any. ORLANDO> ROOFING
Victor Starbuck opening holes, and smashing throughthe ..,*\..n :2*. tnwnohip 22 nouth. rung ::11 east
death ,
RUI'I'iaery rarely Inflicts the ran "outh t"n fret, wwt. ftft fret north IT-' 1
penalty. She wan first to call aworldwide line repeatedly downing the run. rret..a.r 68 fret t-> 1".lnnlnlt.To ANL .
All Whom It Mae Conrrrnit'ln I
ATTORNEYATLAWPhone first to ner in his tracks.Rodenhaugh .. f Solicitor. ItM I
conference nft' lirntl n > the City
at right tackle, tie- hvrvl-x ,'r>U>rr l lint or lwf"r* the (>.. METAL CO
nbolUh\ slavery (chc freed thirty million rt-mtwr Kulv Iuar! t7nl l-rlti' IM'rmlff I SHEET
161 of seder two before Lincoln nerves honorable mention for the.lucky A, It ISIS! in mill. ri'MH. jroii Mi'twar. t.. sal I Inftpwvr
years he Ili. Mil) nM and prl. foflh Ihp nuturvf I
kind' of 11"tII' sr
SI. Orland turned the trick with the darkies game l's'r n-1-wtHfw' intpr..t. In. riM t". n, I IIi.
No. 6 VV. Pine l1aI II le was knocked out In the early part ton. ni.n real *...I..h. .MM.I. in th. ('1\11 of
I here) and we positively know that Orl.a.l.| |. mot .1...til..| In th" hill K. IwmnnlnyI" I Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
she hut her whiskey shop allover or the came but nfter taking him two ft furl ,....-l. ..t "..fll.,,*.! rot Her of north* I , ,
> ,
up him feet again .| 111.1. of anuih.a.t quarts of kouth*
,In"ttI" was on
the ('mfllrt'turt' we adopted ...*( 'murtrr of "Ih.t, t Mimrter of ar'ik.nm and Rubber Roofings
that fighting\ better than before. ? run k"wlh K" ,...t. "....t 6& fart, northITU I
national prohibition. It U paid .. .
althoughhe fwt, n t 66 frtt to limiiininir.
Hrnnnon at quarterback, .
Jlua- It I. further unlrrnl thttt thw order !.
closed In
gin mills were ll'lal
00,000 seemed to lack at times good genralshlp hul.liahr4 i in th. H.rid" Sentinel. Cornices. Skylights, IleaUag Ventilating. Ceilings
R. RAY WHITE I lila within A week. We can never flrwai.it rr |iul>lu'bt.\:: \ aaid city, onrewrak :
have yet when we remember thatit for four urce..iv. weeks. JTtor to nuiJrule '
reach that record, And yet we .
ATTORNEY LAW been looking upon Russia aa a sort was his first game at quarterback day.1vnneaa my hand and seal of said court this Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
put up a remarkably good game and 6th day of November. A. U. 1D15Sval .
of semi-civilized country. They know < > It. M. KOIUNSON
Room 44 time, had it not been for an
than do about at one Clerk. Circuit Court. Oranve County I
much more about us we air
injured knee, would have doubtless Luau C. JoIa..y. City Solicitor.
Watkins Block Orlando, Fla. them. Their school boys can name 11.8twkaNOTICE
from return
made a touchdown a
our states but how many college students -

here can tell us anything about I punt.Martin OF GUARDIAN
at right end put up a corking -
-- --- Turke-
Perm Tula Kherson Samara, good game always' tackling hard To Apply for Leave to Sell Real ACCIDENT HEALTH
Worthington Blackman stan or Tobolsk; who knows that oranges his Estate of Minors
and many times throwing manor
and cotton flourish in some Notice is hereby given that on the LIABILITY AUTOMOBILE

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW parts of Russia, while in Verkhoyanskthe a loss. 24th day of November 1915, I, as
The back field made up of Mizelle, and '
guardian of the property PLATE GLASS BURGLARY
ground is frozen 600 feet deep; Millard
Phone 617 Tilden and Funk worked well together of Susie Edith MacMillan and
that the Russian is the most kindly and with a little more experience Oliver MacMillan will apply to Hon PROPERTY DAMAGE WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION
Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck most hospitable and most tolerant' of orable William Martin, county judgein
ought to make good running I
all morals, essentially broad in the and for Orange county, Florida for
mates. Hutchinson and :McQuaters, I authority to sell at private or public
worth Building. human elements loves music
more while not standing out particularlyas sale at such times and places as maybe
and art and produces a world of hard consistentand approved by the said county judge
both; and that Americans stand in stars played a the following described property, in
well fought Dancy who Georgia Casualty CompanyGEO.
Phone 72 higher esteem there perhaps than which the above persons are
substituted for Lewis, filled' in his interested as to a two-sevenths inter-
anywhere else outside of our land? est heirs of Orlando J. MacMillan,
hole in the line with the pluck and as
I have never been in Russia, but it to-wit
determination of an experienced A. HUTCHINSON, General Agent
Paul V. HutchinsAttorney has been my good fortune, through Beginning at the northwest corner
player.It of the southwest quarter of the south-
knowing the language, to meet the was a hard game to lose although west quarter of section twelve (12)), Orlando, Florida
and Counsellor at
distinguished and cultured diplomatic south of
Southern outclassed our men township twenty-two ((22)),
representative of the Russian Empireat The range twenty-nine (29) east, runningeast Room 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone 700
in weight and experience. game 20 chains south 12.94 chains,west
have been their
Davis & McNeil Bldg Washington; was lost but our boys took the beating 20 chains, and north 12.94 chains, be-
ORLANDO FLA. by special invitation and thus enjoyedan in the proper spirit. ing the north two-thirds of the said
honor which shows at once the 40 acres.
The not without its pie
game was
hospitality and good will to Americans SUSAN A. HALL, as Guardian.
turesque side and Rollins spirit was Oct. 26 1915. lO-26-4tw
Dr. F. F. that permeate the true Russian everywhere manifest, the Blue and "Want

Thompson : heart. A more polished gentleman Gold waving high above the heads of I The want ad's the thing. Try A Sentinel Ad"ItllllllillMIMMBMIIIMinillllCIIIMilllllllliMllliMill
the first
than Prince Loris-Melikoff
the Rollins rooters as they cheered
DentistFormerly secretary.: Baron UneernSternburir.ecretary --.

and his colleague Mr. III II MMIMM

of New York Stcherbatskoy, you will never find; ORLANDO IS FAST PROVINGITS

and the Ambassador himself the

Over 115 SOUTH Curtis &ORANGE O'Neal'sDR. wife splendid have Bakmetieff the old-world and charm his lovely the NAME "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree ;

Russian charm that cannot be de- "City Beautiful"There

scribed. At the Embassy I also met

other cultured Russians and drank have been over 10 miles oi
N. L. BRYANDENTIST Unless Budded
Turkish coffee from the table on brick streets put down within the

which Count Tolstoi wrote. Long before city limits in the past year borderedon ie4

this unmerited honor came to me, each side by concrete side walks from Bearingtrees

Phone 716 I was full' of enthusiasm for the Russian which will be completed this winter.

language and literature but Beautiful homes demand beautiful

Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth- above all, for the truth about Russia, sidewalks and streets and it takes

Bldg which will come to us only when all three to make a beautiful city. of a known

more of such people come over here, If a good sidewalk has not been

and we can talk to them in their put down in front of your place you

language, which is more forcible than are not doing your part to make the and

Latin. more flexible than Greek and city beautiful. :i- Quantity

has all the merits of all the other

languages I have seen, and a few of

its own. Call' the Quality of Pro-

Let us study Russia more. Let it ORLANDO CONCRETE
not be to us as the moon presentingbut WORKSand ,

OPTOMETRIST one side and that so far .iway r duction."--0.W.

ORLANDO . FLORIDA that its truths are unknown to us. get figures on all classes of con

WK FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENS It is a far cry from Florida to Russia, crete work.

AND DO ALL KINDS OF but the whole world is akin and hereis ,
Phone 495: 401 Long St. w: =x Conner.Trees .
ornrAi RKPATBTWO a big cousin standing to one side

than we ought ot know more about.

LINDSAY S. PERKINS.Nov. like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be

PLUMBINGSALLAS 18.SOUTIiERN. LUCERNE T"EATREI[ { grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.


208 Boone Street LINS IN FAST GAME ON WEDXESDAY.XOV.21 ', Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA

Phone 597. NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real firstclassnursery ]
The :Musical Comedy
tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -
a hard fought battle Southern
College Football team defeated Rol- BRINGING UP FATHER by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for yes DEMAND -

SURVEYING lins Eleven by a score of 12-0, making : trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence .

touchdowns in the first and third five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery produc

Plating and Sub-Dividing quarters. Those who knew the plain )'- tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr.\ Planter? Why of course you would sell your

ability of both teams before the e'qY&E trees and adopt the surest method. Hut you nre a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE '
PROMPT AND ACCURATE: game, looked for a most decided. victory -
WORK for Southern. \ interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your

The Blue and Gold marched onto the time and money to bring it into bearing.

HAL A. IRISH field and nt the round of the whistle, Then do not be mislead: by claims intended for that purpose alone but buy your trees where

the plucky players of old Rollins you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES the originators

Chit Engineer charged. their opponents and the bat of proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing
tic was ,n. "Torchy" met with
( up Florida needs in the market first-class fruit and plenty of it.
47 Watkins! Illdg.. Orlando, 1 la. the pigskin. and planted it far into I

the background of Southern' field. A Our trees will cost you more may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's

Southernite muckled the ball and work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtaijjejl our

F. A. PEPPERCORN was downed in his tracks. .flay over the ordinary method of propagation What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in

For the greater part of the game comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.

BUILDER and CONTRACTORPhone the ball was se-sawed back and forth

from one side to the other the most

37 of the playing being in the center of

the field. The first score made by

Southern was in the last part of the : : Ocklawaha NurseriesO.

first quarter when they pushed the
L. Percival Hutton
ball over the line, Rollins being pen- I
The Laughing Hit on
alized 30 yards during the play for Biggest W. Conner- Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
St. New York N/i
37 Liberty .
over-anxiousness Southern failed to Record-Frett Girls-

ARCHITECT kick"Torchy"goal. kicked the pigskin far CatchIusic: G. G. WRIGHT, Agent, Orlando, Florida

McNeill-Davis Building Orlando
into the opponents territory and
PRICES 23c; to $L50
again the playing remained in the

l Florida. center of the field. The third quarter j Seats on Sale :Monday at Estes t AI

Member F. A. A. brought Southern another score. After MtMIMMM MMMMMtMM . at II MlllllllilllMllliMIMl . ...
Drug Store



miiiiillliliMliliillllMMilMlllllliiMiliiltif SUPERAMERICASCAN THANKSGIVING DAY o'clock.between the Don't students miss it.and These faculty games are In the Last 3

always full of interest and are at

times highly amusing. This will

PRESCRIPTIONSYou CROSS OCEAN A Graphic Story of The Life probably be a closely contested gameas Yearsthe

At Rollins on This "Da)' the boys are in good form as shown
of Dajs"Thanksgiving recently in the Reims-Southern' game, Model has baked enough hot

and there are many former stars cakes to pave the highway from
will probably employ a regular family physician whose I
among the faculty and alumni who Orlando to Kissimmee and then
Aeroplane Says New Ma-
judgement you rely upon. is always one of the are anxious to prove their title of
greatest events at Rollins. We have some over for other county
After he has studied a case and decided just what remedies always "Has Been's, not altogether appro-
chines Can Accomplish Feat. look forward to this day of joy and priate. roads.It .

' are required to relieve the trouble, he writes a prescription. lie I recreation and we're never over thankful That the dinner is always greatly has served with them

hands you the prescription and expects you to have it filled by arelle I when the orchestra finishes the encore enjoyed by all, is needless to state. enough coffee to float a battle-

pharmacist. ARE USED BY THE BRITISHAir "Home, Sweet Home." After dinner the faculty, guests,
Let us endeavor make and students the ship.And
to this adjourn to gymnasium
Bring jour prescriptions to us and the medicine will be sure for Thanksgiving dance. This is really what is better for
Thanksgiving Day
even more successful
to have the exact potency and action which the physician desired. Craft Built Along Lines of the than those of former )'ears. This always a delightful affair, thoroughly breakfast than four nice hot

America, In Which Part Intended to enjoyed by all, and culminates a day caked with maple syrup and
We make a specialty of prescription work and have an unusual will mean a lot of hard work ae well
Attempt TrantatUntie FlloM B,forOytbrtk ai fun on the part of the students, of pleasure and profit.hIITil.ul'r good! coffee nt the! trilling priceof
Mock of prescription drugs and a oplendid equipment in the _
of the War-Fsctorba H.r. but, never Was the Uolllh's student to 15 cent?

of apparatus and other requisite which are! required for thtcichtlric Kept Duty. I be found that was hot. ready for both. ; 1' 1 IS 1 I'OSfLY Our :25! cent mi'nN nnd 15

handling of f1rco UI"tlohil." .\IIIt.rk'IIII 1"111tIt''I'. '"".'* of the fly especially" if It furthered his! 1't'rfllJnnlIrltt'rt'IItll $\\'ltzt'rll\f Verne!, SwiU lttnd.=The font to cent j llwdnl"| the the bent to IK
to the end of (October ofguardlnb
Our prices are! never! higher than elsewhere, to If you will ('nit In.iit t" 'IN.. w. till, |III thlt tiitiitnii| $ of HM well its those, tit the fIJI1t'U' her neutrality was :2S5oo0.= : had for the mnlw)'. Oysters'

I ring. your prenrrliitlung, to ua you l I.e sure of n superior! s.1I1".rl-I 1,1.1 .s'lly 'ro'.1II fhltUnIlIW t it, "
may y franca ($51ouoouO: ). This figure fresh every tIn) .
In n oliuMx" 1111..:,;lit. HIM Miur u-ol l 1'1 The day I, begins promptly wt 7:30:
quality cf frervde At. the most. moderate t.We U given in official
eo" : an statement
(Jr' ' ask. the prlvelege of filling( jour prescriptions and! should war and UUMI luiur nlit|"" "H., ) iinwMns: ( one extra hour of !sleep; this regarding the expense entailed by

also )like' to supply jour other drug needa. -- "" a- ly t lnn, liiukii.* ii'ttinjMi l ] nMail,,ii toIii4tt U where our thanksgiving com- mobilizing the army.

H..' .Io'J '"I..I". "*, IIr the iiiri:.. >ix>nneoiitlhi mences.) The morning is spent according The Swiss treasury estimates that

WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS Hi it the frlllllilll'l' llfl.. III.-tit. ro to one's personal taste; some if the war should continue for two The Model CafeSlefflons'
ffitnlii" ) n" a rt-kv" "'\IH: 'rliiuutL' <>n of us work hard at decorating the years the expenses of maintaining the

pro' ,)**'t'tj) d.' I.ifiitt'mini .I..Liu ('\rtl ..g)...." for the dance, others attend Swiss army will be from 350,000,000

1'oru list I'r! ..Mii.i n.."", it u ..I.1.| the church service, and the others oc- to 400,000,000 francs. The government i
L 111"01111'11"110..1| with...>ui|>:..irativeeaseU themselves in different purposes to raise 25.000,000

1 LUCERNE PHARMACY hi'u UiMluiinjiniinak.T. ordered cupy(However, it may be added, no ways one francs more annually' from tobacco.
an O\"t.'f>-a IlIt'r for Utuunant Tories S!
has ever been caught studying at this Millinery
ad"enture111.1 the (Curtis I
company responded time.) Then, after a pick-up lunch,
PHONE 2Thanksgiving with the lljlnjj boat AmericaIt don't be alarmed at this term, as it
was hailed as the UM word m heav T S LDIES' HATS
ler than nlr (../Ustru<,tloIL Hut as Lasso is really quite substantial the tablesare Tampa Special ,
waiting to be decorated. Don'tforget CHILDREN'S HATS
often 'Ut'n provc-d there Is no last
MIIMMMMIMMMIIMMMMIMMMtlMMMMMIIMi word In aviation. The America bas to engage your table several We offer a choice selection of

been KiiwtM.M |Ioy the roller-'lmedca, days ahead, for, if you should, :voumight VIA Ladies Velvet Hats at $2.00, $3.00,
"MilMMIMMIMMMMIIMMIMIMMIIMIIIIIIIIMII a tiiira larger tlian Its predecessor with I
not get share of the
12U more hOn< lu jour $4.00. $5.00, $6.00.
('IIwcr Its engine with
improvements! in the way of fuel economy Thanksgiving feast. The tables are Atlantic Coast Line I Childrens Hats $1.00, $1.50 and up.
according to the taste of
stability ami general safety that Our styles are so J'ood-nnd our
the party in charge. Freshmen, take
make the
seem a reasonable that
I prices are so you will
; : Proclamation i cockle shell lu cooipnrUou. warning; don't get rattled and sit Standard Railroad of the South find our store the best place In the
According to Henry Woodhonse. nRovirnor down at the faculty table. Also, be
Ilt-inaugurated Nor. 15th-lGth city for millinery.
of the Aero Club of America prompt. Dinner is served at five
We have a full line of delicacies for that ThanksgivingDinner. tLc Curt 1M.. factories lu Huffalo are o'clock sharp, and if you are latyou'll e
turning out twelve of these amphibious! Siemens Millinery
Ten barrels Red Apples, Grapes and Cranberries '
this Canadian factory In Toronto five ful, as the door will be locked as u s- Store
direct from New York. We will have special clerks to Virtually all these machines! are being ual.This Lv. A r.
shipped to England most of them In year we have something new 12:45 p. m. Tampa 4.00: p. m
wait our Thanksgiving trade and delivery 1:20 p. m. Plant City 3:21 m
upon our parts, to be assembled on the other which will add to the enjojment p.
side. p. m. lakeland 3.07 p. m I
service will bring them to you on time. of the afternoon. A foot-ball game 2:52 p. m. Kissimmee 1:51 p. m I
Kept Busy. between the "Would-.Be's" (students) 3:22 p. m. Orlando 1.20 p. m
Great Britain bought tLc original 4-Oj: p. m. Sanford 12-43 p. m: CLINT BASSPHONE
We are having a Special Sale all this week. See America ark( used It during the first and the "Has-Been's" (faculty and 5:54 p. m. Palatka 10:44 p. m :
six mouths! of the war for hunting and alumni) has been called for three 7:30 p. m. Ar. Jack'lle Lv. 9:15 a. m 375
large posters for prices destroying German submirines. In
1 June last twenty more of the same consist of PullmanBroilerObservation West Jefferson Street

type were ordered and these were S. Helen Graves L. Free Reclining Chairs Parlor Cars Cars,, Stan-A. C : Successor to
shipped from New
In July. It
dard Ve!':tibuled Coaches and Com

WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS Glenn was apparently Curtis innrketetl In September his first super.tLat body Shampooing massage, manicuring hcalp treatment, facial and for I bination Coach and Baggage Cars. I Hand Wood Company

Amerlfrom LU factories In the United
falling hair given under modern
:::1f -H States ami Camdt. He Ins tried to scientific principals. Mj treatment i Wood of All Kinds
guard the details! of this work but It is fo; same has given entirely! satisfactory For Information Call on
said that his force In the Buffalo factories results. Mj special facial massage W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. : PROMPT SKRMCKRF.ASOXABLK
Our Grocery CompanyTwo alone Las Utn Increased from fifty brings back the youthful appear I
W. R. O'NEAL C. P. & :
to 2 200 emplovros! since the war begnn. ance of your former self, by develop I II
"I lielltMo"t Mr \VoodLonse said ing the muscles of the face. neck. etc Orlando I
Phones: 3 and 200 "thit there would be no trouble at all Prices for switches of t the best quality I _- -
In on application. Appointment can be ---
crossing the Atlantic with the
6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla. America. Generally"I>enktn, It Is super-one to made 12 a.by mIto6p.m.phone 679. Hours from 9 t
third larger than the first America.
The latter flying; boat had: two motorsof PAKLOKSYowellDuckworth)
n hundred! noroopower<< ench. Th Room No. 1 Orlando. Florida
new one Lax two motors of 100 horse
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also U xiippllol! with! an auxiliary: motor INGLENOOK CAKE AND
operating n water propeller so that
If anjiliUig Lappened to the regular CANDY I'AIILOR
proiKlltrs the machine could descendand
Hammond & GoreFUNERAL make /:00111 line through: the ocean. Delicious Candies, Cake, Sandwiches,

Can Carry Flv Pa.t.ng.r.. rUe "Sturdy as the Vac"
The Orders taken for parties.
new tiring boat can carry a load
of 3.111.0 pound. Including four or five Located in rear of Branch's Books

passengers nnd can travel aa fast a Store, Arcade Entrance Fours, Sixes and Eights-Speeders, Roadsters and Touring Cars,

ninety.tite miles an hour. There are $795 to $1570, F. O. B. Factory.In .
Real Values Low Prices tanks for about :!.;oQ pounds of gasoline
and oil Although the horsepowerhas Phone 5 for the Oakland you get power with the added feeling that you

COMPARE been Increased by 120. the whole FISH AND OYSTERS drive the best looking car on the road. The Oakland Northway

-consumption of fuel Is less than that Fresh Every Day Motor speeds up to 2,500 revolutions per minute, but that is only
OUR FURNITUREWe of the old could America. I should say thmachine e half the story of the wonderful responsive power of the Oakland

tu easily the Azores travel from and Newfoundland have 'THE WALDECKER FISH CO. Fours, Sixes and Eights. The motor is the most powerful made.

three or four hours' fuel left In reserve 206 Boone Street With its small bore, long stroke and large valves, speed of revolu-
provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted -
when It got there. tions means a continuous flow of power. It means not only smooth
furniture the standard of merit. If
by knowing buyers as
"It Is equipped with an Improved] going on the level road, but a hill climbing ability unsupassed.
is It wouldn't be here otherwise.We .
an article is here it good. were it
Sperry drift detector, whereby the pilot
can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
can tell whether or not he's on his, Add To The Ap-
stones of this business and that means much to any bujer. speed.course and can also calculate LU OaklandFours

"It l I- well)) to renember tbat tLls pearanceand
country <1.-ri'!'onetl the first
McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK the fiat Lrdroieropline and aeroplane.the first value of your home by putting -

flying N.at. and that all of the Inven- down good concrete side and Sixesare
Corner Orange A>e. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida tit,'n ."> shown l hy America could be walks.

turn.ti! > nc(-ount for America[ In case,; I not only powerful, they are the most strikingly handsome
of need henOther countries that are Our workmen are mechanics I! jars on the road.1.Flying.
now fi;:htlii Late developed( large: and with experience and ability.All .
cnlyhlP' Iniul muLines but only Cng. Wedge Line fine Least Wind Resistance

FORAGE GROCERY CO. land Las the Amorlian boat the use of work guaranteed to be I 2.-l.ow Center of Gravity; with Usual Road Clearance

wbkh 11-4 u 'l'lllOn[ against submarines first-class and satisfactory. :i.-fireat Strength with Light Weight

nt-tsli little comment I .I.-High Speed Motor with (I real Power
A. visit to our sore will make you a "The old \nurlui. Ins hid a great Call and get our low figures on | 3.-Economy with LuxuryThese
caret hlmt he' lift our shores. For
all classes of concrete work. I j
customer. the first' *U months she use.i I InBuniliu
regular was i are Oakland points of SUPERIORITY, all of which are
; Ii II I'11I:1 rIJI"I. nn.l It I U known found in no other car.
tint hhe MinW nt l knit tbrco. Then she

Florifli Stew Hecf lb.------------9c Western Pork Loin, Ib.__________:21cSlice : went ..:' ln..ittlon duty carrying observers ORLANDO CONCRETE LET US SHOW YOU-THE CAR IS WAITING
('hue Roast: Hi_--_..______12 l-2c (lam. fine, Ib._--_--___----_2..c and 'OIIIIIIIIII.I..rt from point to I WORKS
hound %Ib______ ....._____....__17c Slue lire.ikfast It.icon, Ib.----.:2*>c point In almost absolute unfety Now I
:2 Ib* loin or hort cut________..ST c Slice Kreakfast Itacon, 1 Ib 11ua:1cFlow.a : : she l< U'lnj n".il In the training ofnvi. Manufacturers of Concrete i J. B. Jr.
Pork Stew, ll>._-._______lr criontU AIL KIMK: IOKJUT:! . I Magruder,
Pork Ham Ib._________ _lc" I'KICKS KICHT; Products
2 Ins' Pork Chops--------------3.c; 2 !H!,!!. Cod Fish_______-____--__:2r.c! ; faster. Than Submarine. I PHONE 31
:2 Ibr Sausage Meat- __ _________2.;c Itlorid Pork Ham, Ib.l'c! The dying! l IN..U travtN Fix times I 407 Long St. Phone 495;
:2 lli-f Hamburger Steak____ __ -5c Fresh Eggs.----------- __ ___ :15c; faster thou n submarine and three I
I times faster tLiu a battle l cruIser
iahmarinei and) warvLIp" have tit
were Th! <- ncr.plane darts (Lack to lt"
I baM bunt ..'n irter the water scat Petunia i

From .1 "I'III&f'r'. .- deck the observer I l-c Plants Is engraved to order for your personal use.Ve have a beautifulline
I lucky If lie sees eta lip |K-r1'.ct>pe of a

r 20c Per Gal stilmiri'ie Tin- aeroplane ..h"erver.looking of samples and have taken several orders during the past
.. .
; d! wtt. ''3 II mike out n stitimi Leave jour orders here
rive even if it |< .lty feet under water week. '
i and l...low that depth a niiliinirineN '
11".1 le'< The fivlns that Is l in horwar I'I'I. : i It is a pleasure to show you these beautiful samples een if

Auto Inn three times as efficient << .Violet
Way's a a ( Dell Florist
do not order.
I you
I er yet Instead of costing $ .:. .( .
"The San Juan Is Opposite lie" "o"ts ?J3::o.r.and a crew of tw"n1l"-1

Corner Orange and Central. Open Until 10 I*. )l.r j I l'three men Is plenty." J. M. CARUTHERS II I I \Y. S. BRANCH,

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-THE SANDSPUR, PAST, PRESENT,"I rounded yet many-sided, assid4usly -

AND FUTURE tenacious, just as gritty and 'energetic BE PREPARED FOR EMERGENCIESWHEN
as its name implies, victoriousin ..
single combat and therefore without -
Just twenty-one years ago the first a peer, wonderfully attractive, ITS RAINING BLUE BLAZES AND YOUR.
Rollins College student publication and extensive in circulation, and this

The were Rollins on that Sandspur editorial appeared.staff several There will be among be found the extraordinary upon investigation qualities to WIFE'S AUNT ASKS YOU TO GO DOWN TOWN

names which have since come into IOf the 'Sandspur." FOR A NICKEL'S WORTH OF INVISIBLE CARPET
prominence. Little did anyone. forsee "
that the local editor of the Sandspurof COLLEGE PERSONALS TACKS-DONT TELL HER TO "LET GEORGE DO IT.
'94 would materialize into a fa-
mous and nationally popular authorof I Miss Vanetta Hall arrived Saturday UMBRELLA PUT ON YOUR,
short stories of the present day- afternoon from Oberlin, Ohio. She GET OUT YOUR ,
Rex Beach. Yet that is history. The will take a course in piano and pipe- AND LIGHT\ UP P-
publication has passed through various organ at the Rollins School of Music.
vicissitudes during the time that it Miss Gladys and Grace Tilden of
has been attaining its majority some Winter Garden, are expected home to 4
times appearing as a quarterly, sometimes spend Thanksgiving. They were for- ...
as an annual but always true merly Rollins' students and are now !
and loyal to its original motto, "Stickto attending the Women's College at 6 4rr
It." At one time the venerable Tallahassee. : ,
Detnoslliehld Literary Society, In conjunction Trofessof Pope and Miss Isabel Den
with the Friends In Council, hott! will attend the Slate Conference
imposed upon themselves the re"|ipnHl.ilHy : of Congregational ministers at San r
tit i-Witig it before the \lLIi@aft ford \\hete, 1 they will\ lm\e charge of 11.tst'I,1 ftUHlifttl BBST VIRGINIA THE CIGARETTE
\ another time, the IM| fell H in their lieaiN t to enter ?hiss! 1' lhl\ one @f heelears' OF QUALITY
the M'"l of jtnirnalUh) taking "a their\ ) : 'lmV@t: -tall Maro/ la now i playIng WIJ I \
sffiflttl I itt uf llrMeeport\ Ohiu) ,
spud| and wlthfimh the btt II lear fiiemta
have I jmssetl out of follejj life the( ?Mrs. K It|l, 1"' rg\tiOIl, pe\n pf Wom t
Hand-quir must continue In a victorUmajmth en, left Thursday morning to attend
This year the entire student, the Htute Convention of the Wlern: '\ ,
$jiuily' of Uullins, the oldest institution Hon t>f Womena Clubs at 1)et.al1lt. %
nf higher learning in J'loritlo, has 'I lie Y W. 0 A. entertained at an 1 r
unltetl in "a strong pull, a long pull, i Informal sewing party Wednesday \
ami a pull altogether," to make of the afternoon at 4 oVloi-k, in honor of Mrs.\ vl w
ItolUna Hatulgpur of it)15, ntul of all J. II. Noxon, of Auhurndate, who\ Is G i
future )'eau, a paper "hlt.h will ex- dialling her eon James, while her hus
tell, If that tie po!!lhle, nil past ef- mud( Is away on n htminea trip Hefieshmehts ,
fWta, and thus instill Into the hearts of tea and wafers Were!
tit the students! n spirit| tit ilevttttoh served t f
- -
In'I1r t the want ado!! the, thing.Convmcd,
IttilllHS Haltil:! .l'UP this!! year hiIn -
till". It!*! ittdJMtltyi till Nt'uiUht lit
the "the l lUNHtiltt tit **|I'l'lll'lw' > MllUlllttf
flllllult41l'11 t tltU"'I. fluid' |iMM( tit f .
"\Mi" tiAM ju li"H.II t H.* I+aatnu.l
halo, it\ U,. In (ink un' H inns imitlprnwtivp !\+ I 11)th( ni''I''k HKiliMt-tMri\ "I flU!
amt nlura $ furw, Prom IIMW on'", sure vim,"
'the tlllilAfIl era to' imt+ f MI I It A weeklyIMnboiJjjntf. t'W'bUt' Hill it cast,"' H_ke.l 1 the flck;i \
puldlcatlun, \ ' |newer flf, Willetftihappenings inttit'Ninety-five fmntly dollars,"
and Items of interest$ to You will have t" shade your price '
the alumni' anti former\ students We A little," replied the contractor "I 1 11 Yy
have gotten over the antiquated' idea got better' bid, from the undertaker," ,
The specialist stood pat on his price
of publishing a monthly magazine or
and his competitor got the job.
picture Look; the student 'body is a We are specialists in our line of :
living,spontaneous exuberant,mass of work and sanitary conditions prevail
humanity, and a live organ of news It will pay you to stay on the safe 1 0
is the demand of the day. With the side. f \ O

aid of our generous advertisers the Orlando
supporting interest of the alumni and FOR
former students and the steadfast loy- ,, COUPON IN
alty of every present student we shall Steam LaundryFRENCH c EACH PACKAGE \ -
endeavor to retain the character of 5 If
the Sandspur as it was described in DRY CLEANERS fleA
the first issue-"Unassuming jet LAUNDERERS I
mighty, sharp and pointed, well- PHONE 88 ,

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Week of Irresistible Home Furnishing Bargains at


of fine high-grade Home furnishings at prices so attractive, considering the high quality, that even the most experienced bujervill be
For this week we are offering an enormous" array the greatest values in strictly high-class merchandise at prices that are Beyond All and Any Competition.We .
This is not mere "advertising talk. We are prepared give you Orlando All finishes of wood
amazed. without hesitation, that Our Stock Is The Most Complete In Today ,
the point where can
furniture to we
hate specialized in purchasing,: this of these Great Clearance Sale Offerings. DON'T buy elsewhere until you have looked our
in the ftho e who partake
style are represented and the prices will linger}long memory o
every gigantic stock over fully.. IT IS THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE IN THE CITY.

Chairs and RockersOur

Room FurnitureWhy
Dining hr ttEt

Line of Chairs and Rockers

Not That Round Top
Buy t t ll t tf Give You a Wide Range To

Table You've Been
Pedestal Select From. New Patterns .

At These
Just Received.

Low Prices f ttt'Jtulrtl' $20,'io value' Mali pen, leather I Itocket for______IT"ft

ttt'jtulltI' ||TUO$ value !'it-in.> tot' F, I H, Table for-_______|:H .tBI liegular fid,00 Value Oak leather tijihol., ttwker_______:___ ft J.'t1'J!>

liegular, If.Oil+ talus HO-III, 'tot| l'\ II. Hulttt rut________ FLtllliegular Iteeiler *lfHM value llak leather tlphhli Hm-keri foP:...__ HIM*!

|1rtlil\' vidufi fO-Itt. ft (0. t'lilUrt' l'llt-tt for;;,-, ,_, ;;.=':it.itlliegular llehuiff ,l :Th talus iMk lertlh,,,F ui'liolMt IhttkH: 'IJF===_: fllI.1II' tIieunhir

\ fiUi,\.INI vflluii fiJ,titi' 11, Mi i'ltiiiA l'llItPfllt'+! :.:.-:.=='nMII1I" $ "' I flll.1II1 talup' -"+t ""KNF! f+1F---, tl9db1lelvui4F !

\\lItIf lijiii,( VHlttfi M:in. Ui 0. Y\\\ 'IrtM, fi'FIS _.:.:.;;.;;;;;;.;;., ;ITIIHHll04f \ ...:fill taiue' 11.,11.1{{ | HinknF f'T-=======-=,,-..=n=-- tfthti$

.1111111) tahte1.. :in, 0, 0, t1t 'l'i4111 fllf--===""=.1\\ ,TnlittJ"Itr HeVH\; $u.On l value' Im.J |IIn{ (.t.6sr fur----------------------'i.'lA

f :i.ot( vulva.. tI-'n' 0, 0, tit 1'11\01"\ for -------f ITn Regular '5,00 value !tn, Mocker|{ for---,,--------,,-----'$.6h
1'1, K i T>>fble pr-_-_--_-fiJ25Uegular Weaving two .tr>>nlt. of cotton where other. use but one u the
liegular *M Uo value, tli.ln( Regular $5.5u value G, O, Rocker, fop---?-,---"----,?_,___$308
____ 500RepuUr of Waite superior finish anI1I1ura\.i\it\ \ )' Using nothingbut
F. O, E* Table' for ----1 simple story
$30.00 value' 48-in Regular $3.50 value G. O. Rocker for., ____ _' .
selection of virgin wire grass are --'-- -- -
t.. 1:. tTable for__________$:1,75 fast color warp Special :
$3.\,00 value l 48-in. Waite better rug
exclusive features of the grass Regular $250alue G. O. Rocker or$1, gRegular
G. 0. Ex Table for__________$1500
Regular $17.50ulue., 45-in value G. O Rocker _
COME IN AND SEE THESE NEW RUGS TODAY $1.25 or----------------------- 98.F
Regular $15,00alue., 42-in. E. E F. O Ex: Table for $1250:;

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I'r READ BY PEOPLE i=or sit tlaltA TEg .. I
F )ne 1)a',1TE9 23e SENTINEL WANT ADS ARE 10,000 1 1'ur .I Month _. fl

'or'htee !lets :::::::

J t tlALfc hte! acre! farhii iti lile 1 toUNU-A package! of jertelrjr *hlch
) I + \ H R. BERRYA
at i it
bittlttiitsi 1 four rthtl h half the! other carl alp'tt calling
sties Irl Urntlt! and >tratiefrUlt lree! i t the I! bftlc nip! ft(tilt elillit l feats ttldi, IH the! II-t! ll'HLlh! I+h'tHf,, tthtl paFih {utthl4 t
il-iU-9te 1 !
! ''/!!e! tulltIHI) ,tti i nil'I bUdilHl i Ht-li bathe,

tlli't! hhlif uf I't-I' H lit IlltfrIye 1! FnUhtti hills 1tltH\tj: Yn;ij 1ltJ1ti l! ;; t.toit. Il: A t@omll, h of ford! A@@@! =
Itlt l =t' !seleti NIi-il' III l "p iH1I1 tiunll t '
'Ihl4 1 III M II,1laht )tl tHHI$!! ,I'rsFs slt'lIii. fHF 'n'l' +fj !I\-lhlii( n le H. I'\\- 14HFgla @hi\nJ
tatf of ft
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lI.nHH i r Hi I expe
i ef iI.
REAL l+! .l t'a tth. Mi 'fWI": 'fl+ k tt' Itrar914 tieFl4n luageItrect FOR SALE

)''t'iurmr I.. M +iIM',""ljr 1111i1' Ins!,. Ilrlandu i I.h 1Ylt. "', ttl i14, fitate( _Li\ .;Jt4 1 qtFt1tt1N(1 ( Ira to render satisfaction in all

ESTATE I 11 I _IJinr ( YOUR rWLp-rl'\ ) m preparing line of Automobile} Repair

rUn - ',);--:2.-; acrea portbeat\: a greal .digrt.ly. i of children t
I Oils and
'lan4 mil make tie pnHlijt .photo for the (air- Want every I Work, Vulcanizing,
Thi 55 ft. 130 ft.
SAN JUAN sutuiivuion in the country- Hu ioo4 childNo! cost to you. E::>ery child A fine by on
made Gasoline and fair and
HOTEL. road on two sides, covered! with big I eight years and! under negatives I square I
oaks. Has electric wires running free on Wednesdays ana I
West St. $2200.
through property. A bargain for a \Howard's Studio. SaturdaYi.I..., prices. S.
quick sale. Address! Box 659.
buy sell, rent and exchange rcl
I estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla., For Nine YearsWe
FOR RENT over 30 years Have handled over
--- 20000000. Call and see me.
FOR RENT- Attractive business I I 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. have been in business at the C.A.HOVEY
SALE room. See 11. R. Berry at the Ford
FOR ------ Garage. 11-11-tf Drink Elder Spring Water. See or same location, Corner of South
MODEL KINDERGARTEN, primaryroom I phone Geo. T. Hull & Company Rock
FOR SALE OK RENT-By owner a First Methodist church; tele- jilding. Phone 105. 10-16-tfc Main and Church Streets.
new modern bungalow with six phone 221, or call 14 East Jackson
large rooms hall bath and with every street. 10-20-tfc I MAKE A BUSINESS of planting Phone 226
convenience to make a desirable home; I citrus trees. All trees I set guar-

nice lot; desirable location near house Lake FOR RENT-Large pleasant fur- anteed. ';.'rite for prices. Box 222: Orlando's Leading Repair Shop
Cherokee; price nished rooms, with private family I Ocoee Fla. 10-24-lmoc
will be completed latter part of No- and Garage
vember. Also have a six room cot- close in. 302 North Orange avenue. Delivered every day-Elder Spring =

tage and a smaller bungalow with ll-20-3wksc Water. See or phone Geo. T. Hull &
and terms to suit purchaser. Phone 105. Lumber Laths and Sl1.iI1gles:
Rock 'Juilding. .
Nave also several furnished rooms for FOR RENT-A good ten room unfurnished Company ,
rent. Address Kentucky Home, 511 house, with modern conveniences i 10-lfi-tfc. .
Palmer street Orlando. Phone G8G. and well ventilated; just the -- -- with seal. I make
located in
I for boarding house
ll.12.lmo* thing a ; ,
town. i a sfialty of deeds, mortgages
growing Apply
A $3,500 BARGAIN I a toV.prosperous. L. Story Wnter Garden Fla. leases sonable., contracts Mm. !IL, etc.B. Ixsake.l'rice'ery 4.:, East rea

Ten acre young grapefruit grove, 9-30-tfc. Pine street. Phone 17U. l1- -lmoc
two and a half in bearing, new four I ----- --
furnished rooms, -
chicken \ FOR RLNT-Nicely
room cottage and bath garage onehalf'Mock HAKGAIN IN CORNER
mile from i in new modern home; lUG
and houses one
yards otf brick; road. from Anderson street near St.Luke's I RESIDENCE PROPERTY. ORLANDCCement
city limits, just Reasonable rates for
OWNER, 1). O. BOX 676 hospital.406 Margaret street. I OWNER NON-RESIDENT.
ll-G-lmc the 10-29-tf season. I AND MUST SELL IN 15

t DAYS. WILL PRODUCE AgatHe Plaster and Lime
lots on
SALE-Three good ,
Ridgewood avenue near Lake Eola. FOR RENT- Furnished pleasant
Will sell separate if desired. A bar- suite of light housekeeping rooms j CENT. =

gain if taken at once as the owner on first floor; bath in connection; elec I This property located corner of /C -
needs the money. Inquire at 6 E. and telephone; garage ii Magnolia and Concord Avenue. Right

Church street._ 10.30.1m'FOR desire; private family. 312 North I in the center of the finest residential

SALE-Model 27 Buick; good main street. 11-2-lmo- I|i section of Orlando. Lot 85x90; residence -

condition. Write Box 567. I built one year and contains

9-23-tfc FOR RENT-By the season, month, I"'two apartments of four rooms each;
or year one upstairs flat for light
FOR SALE Dwelling, six rooms, housekeeping; also other rooms and modern in every respect. Owner has
practically new, nice condition, with garage electric lights and bath in agreed to sell for 4250. Terms
lawn bearing citrus fruit trees roses house. Apply 300 East Cone rd ave.910tfc 1,000 cash balance in 3 years.

and shrubbery; near Lake Eola; very This is undoubtedly the best buy
desirable location. $4,000 terms. For full particulars ,
Address "Owner," Box 33, Orlando FOR RENT-Rooms; large, airy up- in Orlando today.
Fla 11.16-lmoc stairs bed room recently papered see the exclusive agents.
nicely furnished twin iron beds convenient COOPER & ATHA

FUR SALE-Fifty White Leghorns toilet and bath. Also kitch- ._ __114 South Orange Avenue_ --
hens pullets few cockerels. enette and use of dining; room. Nicely -
young 60 Reasonable rates. Address 11-21-12t
Guawiteed pure. If sold at once located.
lot smaller quantities "Landlord" care of the Sentinel.
cantHach for the ; You'll hear a man say "No it
75 cents. R. B. Brock, 11-18-61 Oakland, 11-16-lmoc doesn't pay me to advertise,as it appeals -
Fla. to too small a class of "
of four loses
FOR RENT-An apartment And yet when the same man
FOR RENT-Two connecting furnished nicely furnished rooms separate his bunch of keys he rushes to thenewspaper 1
front rooms; fire place and bath hot water electric lights, gas; with a "Lost" ad, although -
bath} new house. 403 S. West street. new house very desirable; adults he knows that in the whole ,
11-18-Gt_ only. 604 Magnolia ave. ll-16-tfc wide world there 1 Is only one person
4 -- be influenced by his'Lost"
who can possibly
FOR SALt OR RENT-Nice home FOR NT-Larg L pleasant boatel!!, ad. Contradictory. Isn't lit
furnished ten rooms, bath sleeping two blocks from Eola.parkj g
; well located, only two blocks It pHtate family* 205 Liberty
business tehleri desirable! helgh- ctteet; -U. i.6t' TttU FOtt OfffcMOtiSfe# } l BALti.The
Sorthi t1. Afeply I Ft U. Rush. - -
; IIAT FOtt ft : 4 rbbrns ahtlbalh fof ale, ol .
,, Apply HrttltUlitlltHtt1tohi lwtt >ttu+es t {laVf!!
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( ALH) p Wit f.IHH / pA IHl1I'tit' $ t
=J j. .Hf P (tr" ftiHI MIHHHtf\ \Ilt4tllpar11 J: Pr /IHH(:rl1l", iH ,' I14D! .iI llhasniattern: !itAt'i hnuee fI ij.JHf
; rids .Ifl> K ;\IltI1h8 t 'Ilei4r\ ctflilun. .I anly.FOR\I. II: HUL first ftonr IIiHlnFI 'Itvllllr roam and!llllni'rAPm
Change f ruW$ v4clnl b4t M ''i4V
for wijuiir! In improved prprlen\l. Ad HENT. & sMites nf new 'lighthouse atory,, !urge: @living, porch: pn the front HAVE MUCH ron W"'CII1'O' \\W 1'\Nf\f'Pf.''
dress. P. M-i 1 care fontine: : :!, U-3l-3t:. ) : peasant wtth\ all conveniences : and 'i : rear porch.: YOU WILL
; nt'trnhorhoodiIl fthomey" On the second floor are 3$ large Thanksgiving Pay will be a day of real joy and thanksgiving for Mother, too if a Gas
fUn ti.tl.F: "r kola park} a sunny, sleeping rooms, each having enameled mother knows that cookery has done away
The modern gas
Cauliflower. Celery I and |txtucel'lanis|| place 4 1-2 blocks from postotfice.SO lavatories piped for hot} and cold Hange cooks your dinner.
1 have thousands! of choice punts ? East Pine" street. 121Gt'VtNTED : water. There u also an extra large with the unnecessary, complexion-ruining heat! of the coal or wood range

for sale and ready now. I screened-m sleeping porch, with room IF.. YOU COOK ON A GAS RANGE
Seventy-five: \ thousand cauliflower enough for the whole {family. The you save more than your personal appearance. MONEY you save because gas is the cheap fuel TIME
Dlants.Twentyfive. bath room is large, light, and airy, teaches the "right heat" in a few minutes stays there and doesn't die
thousand celery plants WANTED-White woman cook for nice enameled fixtures, all modern and you save because a gas range the starts the fire and
One hundred thousand lettuce plants. small, first class hotel. Answer at sanitary.The out at the critical moment. LABOR you save because simply turning on gas
Address W. C. POST:; Sanford, Fla.lM212tc once. P. O. Box 'J8. ll-19-Ct house is newly painted and papered keeps it lit. WORRY and UNCERTAINTY you save because you can rely on the gas range to keep
: : It. F. 1) No. :-2 throughout shades are hung it constant heat and produce inviriably good bakings.
wired for electric lights, fixtures
or range
1iiSALTFOIL KENT-Houses, W with hot water front box 351 installed I. also connected with gas In COME IN AND) INVESTIGATE I ;
furnished and unfurnished. Also fact you will find every convenience
nome splendid lots. Call and see whatI n-go-st necessary for home comfort. If you
have to otter before you buy or do not cure to use the entire house, ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT COMMMMMMMMMMM
W\NTIn-Wo.k: wanted by I>> carpenUT. "
rent. Mrs. II. H. Leuke 45: Kant: 1'mi the location BO near "Wyoming,
tttrret or 312 I'.roudwuy.! Phone 17U. Man with experience in all Insures rentals. of spare room. at I
10-H-dw.lmo! lines.! R. A. (Curtis care }Phoenix extra good prices. Always in demand
(House, W. Church street 1117tit'1VANTI the
: or if you care to rent entire
11.11/i.11\ . --- during the -
mil IUU1': - - house and occupy -
Or will lent completely, furnUhed, ''.U-I'o list all kind of prop tnurlkt season the :a room cottage on . > MMMMMM. . MMM MMMM . . MMMMMMMMMOCOEE
new' 1111I1.,11"n.1 attract l\t home, I erly for sale or rent 1 HID having this preinUen I in hit rear, you would
lueUy lawn und .thruMwry near.. l.uKlolu inunp applications| for '1<)1.11111. fur derive H rental! by which Iht< Property
\;: } two ..lul"I4IlI. the looms Imtli., 'nUliK'l and. unfurnished; 1 will\ l lie ('uu''. I I-* made", to pay lUelf out
."'l eelied .1i't'I.III& 'J.un-h., and mi Ml inn r t'tnil, In' llt what you have, Mrs 'Iliere, U. .H tfurutrf barn. and diU'k. '
IIIIIIIIC loom AiMicuM' ()tvsiitr, llux\ II. II, lfMk, 4.% I'HI-I fins Mi eel. rn !hoiiM", 1'1., "I'rnllM lIt"riu ttlr!
:&1.7.. or call at .112: : Hinndwity.II. I'lutiie 17l 11I..Iw.llIIlI- I Kln-N.\ pvpruliitttf! right op IK now and
,lOilw-If u__ Just H lit lla nl'..\e the sit.IIIIM) idninny
tH'f\I\'floN\ W\N'flm: = llruggUt, wnyn' SOUT"" APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES[ [
!:'Olt$.11.1--tlna: trip' buiriry" \ and aria tegletStSsi \It -eMts. ptt'ptl. It does, tInt fp'|nttp tinirh testily
,tutmhotit In fine "ntlllltl"h. riliprbenp. pore, lornl tiiiil/ llliln fpfpplu'p| Ad. hWh.1; n MitnU' rash pntiiprit fromrpponsb
<< Itiiitilre nt, M. J. """.M"II'*. sits II. It\. I.('wlil.! Ueiiexti: ...IIt. le 1'lttH. will secure the
IWmnM, M lit. It->IIlamuCT : prn l'tV.
1f21it'Y '' FLORIDA
---- -- The; price U : NUU8KRY STOCK Sour LOST that .
orange nod grapefruit M-edllng". figure.K.. c. ;.oiTsn.RKAL :.
Apply nt T. R. Mnhb>' HlawasKl or LOST! Small o faced watch on : KSTATE; ;
l.v mail to C. Victoreen! star route. pin-between Lake Lucerne and the Room 10. McNeill & Davis 10-24-tfc hick

1l-13-12l. Empire hotel. Monogram L. B. L. on

SALE Horse, bupey and har- back. Return to Orlando Bank and varieties of Orange and Grape-
FOR ness. Horse- is beautiful Kentucky Trust Co. and receive reward. All the leading :

red bay. Fearless safe for lady to 11-3-tfg - Best and Promptest the lowest
clr \.e. Rirgain. Address Y. H. fruit Trees in fine condition at very

Palmer Route 1, one mile out on Con- :MISCELLANEOUS Auto Livery

way ice. ll-18-6t* PAPER HANGING pricesSend :: .: :: ::

FOR SALE, OR TRADE for good For $7.00 I will paper any ordinar :Service
automobile. 10 acre tract. 7 acres size room. Over 500 selections to
cleared and under fence, fruit trees. 5 choose from. I do painting also at 5-PASSENGER
room house, irrigating plant, barn and reduced prices. Phone 2fil, or dropme
garage 6 miles from city on brick a postal and I will do the rest
road. Address "Trade" care of the G. C. Schultz, Box 3S5, Orlando.1.1031.1mo'.
Sentinel. Orlando Fla. 11-18-lmoc
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FOR QUICK SALE-Lot in northeast Umbrellas 'covered and repaired for Catalog escription List and lowest
part of city. For sale at sacrifice "while you wait." Young's Repair today ,

I if buyer will build. This lot 21 E. Pine Et; We call anywhere at time
ban all city conveniences. Address Shop, any prices to the above address
Box 659. ll-19-6tc ,
C.EO. T. HULL CO. Gordon's Transfer Co
FOR RALE-A good five room bouse! Phone to*. Hock Bid*.. .Room 3. I
in fine condition in good location) Call arid see us if interested! in teal
hot and cold water} three lobI a }'ar- estate' nu"-, sell or etchange prop- 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 481
gain for quick buyer. Call at the ertr Rentals carefully attended to. HAULING OF All KINDS . .t..t..tttt.tttt.ttt. ttt.tttt
'i Bummerlih, U20trtOft 11-b--lh1o


-- - -
..,....- LOCAL ANn PERSONAL MiillllllMMIM . . . . . . . . IMUMMIMMMIimiMMM- -

j $ tI'. ;>;: _
:, J. { ) : ; 1 lion. J. M. Lee, one of Kissimmee's
I" ? ) 1 leading citizens, spent yesterday ia

I '1 '. 1 ( :l Orlando looking after business mat
L : ters.

h L1.o"f1 :t; \
t' I Mr. W. J. Osteen one of Alta-
J -1"., ; monte's esteemed citizens,
( ;: spent yesterday -
r.- -= in Orlando transacting busi
r.'I 2 : ness. .
'I :- -
!!'!!i: :
--- All accessories, 5 per cent. discountfor
cash. Cook Automobile Co. Prepare

I To Our Friends W l-ll-23-3tc

i1 Mrs. W. F. Frost arrived in Or-
lando last evening over the Atlantic "

Coast Line from Washington, D. C.,
1 Thanksgiving brings forcibly to theE i to visit her mother, Mrs. C. F. Akers. 1U( AUTUMN OF LIFE"By

j mind of the Officers of this Institution Mrs. C. L. Pipkin and son, Master

that the marked success we enjoy is Charles, left yesterday for Tampa --
ly due to the confidence reposed in largefI where they will visit Mrs. Pipkin's .
mother, Mrs. C. A. Kraul, in Hyde
Iii.our customers.We 111
saving a definite
would indeed be very unappreciative =ar;; 7N. ,
did we not avail ourselves of this oppor- \ :; Cut flowers for Thanksgiving.; Rose amount each week. We
and carnations. Violet Dell Florists,
':! tunity to thank you, and to express your tA!! 408 Lake street. Phone GO'). J. M
appreciation of your valued patronage. ;',;;,, Caruthers. I-1 l 2q-ale: several plans. Letus
Mr. ,and Mrs. It. A. Holcomb and explain them
daughter, Miss Susie, have rcccntlj
I TlHANK arrived in Orlando from Sayre, I'u.,
ST A und are pleasantly located for the -

.'.', = OF 3 winter at Oak Lodge.

,1' RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney liua one
ORLANDOMaxwell ;iiltJ' hour, 12 miles for 30c. 8-28-tfc: The Peoples National Bank"It

'-- <<,' Mr. Wm. Weinert, one of the whole
,"=:;,";!; gale commission merchants of Philadelphia Is A Pleasure To Serve You"JUST

; has arrived at the San Juan
hotel where he expects to make his
headquarters for several days.

Savings checks are good as gold.

,-s 1T3! ?1J Ask thing for! them whenever you buy 11-11-tf any-

0(" Mr. J. P. Manning, the well known
; contractor, who spends his summer
in New Jersey and his winters in Or- :
lando, recently arrived for another I
sojourn in the City BeautifulCut 111111111111111111111111111111111111111 II . 111111111111111 J MIIIIIMiilMlliMIMilliMllllilillilllllllillMlillllHIIMiilia.

flowers for Thanksgiving. Roses .. .' '
and carnations. Violet Dell Florists, 111111'11" fc
408 Lake street. Phone 509. J. M
At a bargain. $200. Come quick. Caruthers. l-ll-23-3tc

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Russell and

daughter, Miss Florence, motored to
Orlando yesterday from their homein

Haynes-Hupmobile Salesroom :Maitland friends and and shopping spent the among day greeting the- RECEIVED *

local merchants.

1 Id-18-tf Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c. Some of those reliable STUDEBAKERS, 40 Horse

Among the winter-residents return- Power Touring Cars

ing to the city Sunday were Mr. and
Mrs. G. D. Dennison, who have been
spending the summer in Decatur, Ind. $960.00 f. o. b. Orlando

They have many ,friends in Orlando
who are glad to see them again.

Fish and oysters received daily.H. .
M. Self & Co. 1-10-6-tfc

Mr. and Mrs. L. G":$lton, of Toledo San Juan Garage Company j
Ohio, arrived in Orlando Sundayand
New Ford Home contemplate spending several
days here looking over the city and
the surrounding country. While here Orlando-Daytona *
Now *
Open they are making their home at the
San Juan hotel.'
209-11 South Orange Avenue

Telephone 386 Savings checks are accepted as cashin
the savings department of the
Peoples National Bank. 11-11-tf

18-New 1916Fords Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Armend are I II 1 II I II 1 L I MM I I I I I 0 I . 1 I I I I I I I . . It', r .. 1 .. . I .* HMM MM MMMMIMMMMMMIMM'MMMM +
among the recent arrivals at the San !
--- --
Juan from Syracuse, N. Y. They are
on the road. Place your order now, making a general tour of the state 1 I 1 II "..''linillMIIIIIIIIMMMIiWho 1 1 I 1 1I1I r 1fiI
and avoid disappointment."Make md expect to spend several days in ,
this section before continuing; their '
Will Be Your Executor?
this Ford Home Your Ford Home." journey farther south.

F. G. RUSH Ride llamrkk's jitney bus. f c818tf .

I Your estate may be materially impaired as! a
Mr. Conrad Molter, n prominent '
I direct result of the appointment of an executor
winter resident of Orlando, arrived : or trustee. :
yesterday afternoon over the Tampa :
l Special from llunttn ton, W. 1'a.. When an Individual Is nfpoln'edl-

where he has been trending the sum- The financial\ responsibility 1 Is tfenerally weaker
tier itmnUic lie was ncronipttnletl '
It 1 \ in with that the '
usually pmvliltxl "ieixnnimlnalftl ,
1oIIIItht l y three (ladies Mr. Mutter r
t tit perve a* ncntftr' shall t>t@ Ut'Y.\l11
will owipy Ills hump, :207: ) 1It"t111;
An from giving 1"'fI.lli. L +_ jr
Appropriate Gift for UiI avenue,
When surety l hands are eupi'lM' It U at the ex.
Cu' Jtitwers foii Thtiul sgi .int', Roses pence (of the estate, and then only partial security
Everyone on Your List tlltl i t'IHn.ltilll'h.l't Dull t.'lllt'hh, "
.. -1toi UU htrett. l'I+une f,11\\I. J, M. against Iou U provided.
Caruthers 1-t-3-3tc: When a Trust Company\ selected-; ___ _

For grandmother, who 1:1 not too old to be en- Among the veteran winter residents The positive advantage of strong financial re. ; 4
thusiastic over a pretty pin for her dress or a silver case arriving Saturday evening were Mi sponsibility ia secured. ; -

for her spectacles, to baby, whose chubby hands would and Mrs. Mervin Spencer and daughter A bond which has behind it the entire financial '
ust fit around a silver cup or tiny spoon. Miss Lena D., who have been : strength of the Institution is always filed with # '
There are just hundreds of things from which you spending the summer months in Mil- : the Probate Court .* n. rnat to the estate. t l
can choose the "right" gift so easily- could do all ,
you tenon, N. Y. They will occupy their Answer No. 3 will appear In a subsequent issue -
your Christmas shopping here in less than an afternoon. home 606 :
winter Lafayette street, of this newspaper. ews e
\Vhy not try it this year? And you will home
go Concord Park, where they will reside :
knowing that you have chosen the perfect gift-the gift during the season, as has been their r / s
that suggests by its lasting qualities, the continuity of custom during many years past. Come in any time and freely ask for further
love and friendship. information on this vitally important subject. I

ROSE BUSHES You are always welcome, and our officers are always k r
glad to advise. "
Ready to plant. Call phone 509.
408 Lake street. Violet Dell Florists.J. .

T. H. EVANS M. Caruthers.Doctors I-ll-23-6tc The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

BIICklllil srr s\ Brulldagc Orlando Florida

Personal instruction under Dr Still Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
at KirUville, Mo.
S. Orr., A,-
132 e e.hove People!
HIM *. National tU">.fc. t't.one 678. r


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