Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00569
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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 24, 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: VID00569
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
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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NUMBER 01. !;.



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Provision War Vessels PRIZE WINNERS. "Strong Grounds" for Belief

at Sea YAQUI INDIANS TERRORIZING Peking, Nov. 23.-The informal The contest for the best sketches of -Will Prove Claim in
suggestion of the entente powers that !MRS. FORD'S GIFT PAYS '
+ + + + + + * * + + + + TERRITORY ABOUT China join the allies, thus solidifying "Bringing Up Father" attracted Prize Court

+ GERMANS LOSE DltEAI- + TOPOLO IIAMPO the Far East, has not been well received TOLLS ON MESSAGESTO attention and yesterday the much'I'I -
received many good and bad Washington Nov. 23.-The state
NAUGHT + President Yuan Shi Kai. ... ,.._ _
ini's. Firllt
n..i7. .eL. J. .. ..,... department has cabled the
+ who is not willing to abandon -- --- r---- e.y .u'" uv. American

+ Copenhagen Nov. 23.-The + VIIUSTASIIVEJNHORSEFIESH N O R S E trality and sacrifice German good will.neu- tickets from Manager B. Beacham consul at Saint Lucia Barbadoes, fora

+ German dreadnaught Markgraf Japan apparently has not participatedin 10,000,000 MEN ALREADY VICTIMSJane Jr., to the performance at the Lucerne full report of the seizure of the

+ is reported sunk in the Baltic. the suggestion which is believed to tonight. Other prizes of twen- American steamship Genesee, owned
+ The Markgraf was launched + Twelve Men Die of Starvationon be of British origin. ty free tickets are awarded to the by the American Trans-Atlantic
Head of Party, next best twenty sketches. Orlandois Steamship ,
since the war began. It displaced Retreating March From company by a British
+ 26,000 tons and carried MANY FOWLS COMING Asks Mothers for Their full of budding artists and each boy cruiser.It .
Durango, Before Car- and girl is to be
congratulated was intimated at the department
1,100 men.Washington. + Aid in Appealing to upon
. . . . . . . ranza Forcesan Shipments of turkeys chickens etc., making an effort towards winning.The today that the facts of the case might
from Wilson following are the prize win- warrant a demand for the release of
'.-\"a.. ,},; _. .. ......_._ .n.,.. ",, _u_ . .points.. the Southern States nersners______ __ the ves"___,, ) ..pIn.._..._. it .i.... tal_ ,__ :_._ _-'__
n -
-Q..e "" 'Uy. )-r : u -- .w "''''U Uu.v pcueCOurt.
Nov. 23.-State de- ouoWlng principally aweeiwaier, Tenn., nave I New York, Nov. 23.-Six thousand First Prize .
partment officials said urgent plea by RepresentativeMann been heavy in the local markets.
tonight that
of Illinois telegrams were sent to the most noted Raymond Boyce 215 East Robinson Heretofore it has been the
the United States will be forced to that steps be takento Most of these are reaching Orlandoby avenue. attitudeof
ask for the recall of Captain Boy-Ed, protect American citizens and express.' Some consignments are women Women's of the country today by the Remaining 20 Prizes the department to wait on the de-

German naval attache if charges American property near Topolo Bam- said to be heavier than any ever Peace party asking them to Hayes Wood, 905 East Washingtonstreet. cision of the prize court before taking -
Presiden .
urge Wilson to call
made against him today in New York po on the west coast of Mexico the brought here but no perceptible decrease ference of neutral nations. a con- Naomi E. Walker 408 South Or- The action.
by United state department this afternoon re- has been department has just received
States District Attorney noticed in the price. The tolls of these ange avenue.
Atwood at the trial of the Hamburg- quested the navy department to senda The supply has been received in messages were Tod Gedge, 111 Hillcrest avenue. formal notification from the British
American steamship officials are warship to that point. aration for the demand during prep-the paid by Mrs. Henry Ford's gift of H. Andrew Kilgore, 12 East Jack- government that it has "strong
10000. All the son street.
The messages were grounds for believing that
proved. navy department has instructed holiday period. the TransAtlantic -
identical and Mary Hand 5 West Pine street.
Boy-Ed's case is declared to be par- the commander of the Pacific fleet head of the signed by Jane Addams Marion Farmer 417 Margaret company stock is largely, if

allel to that of Dr. Dumba, the for- to send one of his cruisers there. HON AND MRS. G. J. STROZIER' party. street. not entirely enemy owned" and con-
mer Austrian ambassador. Representative Mann told Secretary WERE VISITORS They read; Walton Rex 312 North Main street. fidence is expressed by Great Britain
"For the sake: of all anxious Beulah Irish. that full proof of this
Lansing that the claim
Atwood declared that he would Yaqui Indians were mothers Emma Lundgren 7 Concord avenue. can be

prove.. during. the trial that Boy-Ed terrorizing that territory and that the Hon. G. J. Strozier, one of the lead- be dreading added that their sons Hope Louisa Farris 124 East Ame produced at the prize court at Halifax -
.1'- lives of several Americans inn business may to the 10,000,000men lia avenue. where the vessel is now held.
cireciea ine were en- men fit V7intaavfAn.
the spending 01 $150,000 ana A.....,_._"._w..1 --- -- -- --- -- -' '" already killed or crippled in Howard Sumter, 208 West Central Senator Fletcher of "Florida who
accompanied his
sending of provisions from portsin by estimable wife this avenue.
I. Two thousand European war will you was in charge of the
Villa ship
this country to German men of soldiers have were numbered among the visitors in Lloyd Nicholson. purchase
'reached the state of Jalisco strengthen an appeal to be made Mary Lott 402 Silver bill at the last session of
war at sea.BAPTIST after ex- Orlando yesterday. Mr. Strozier is street. congress expressed -
isting several next Friday by Ethel Snowden Howard Phillips. doubt today that
days horse
on flesh according one of the best posted congress
men affairsof
on of England, and Rosika Schwim- Eleanor Thompson, 417 Margaret would
to advices asked to amend the
reaching the state the in act
Florida and street.
BARACAS AND as a speaker .
PIIILA- met, of Hungary
to President
granting American .
TIIEAS ENTERTAINEDLast department today. The men were in is fully capable of holding his own Wilson Bert Ammons 11 West Amelia registry to foreign
a pitiable condition. Twelve died with the best orators in the land. by telegraphing him at avenue. built ships so that the United
from starvation on the march from Washington somewhat as follows Fred Phillips 212 Gould street. States government may be called
night the members of the Ba- : Orloff McGrew, Sentinel "devil."
raca and Philathea classes the state of Durango where they re- MODERN WOODMEN. ATTENTION - Flora r..i. upon to guarantee good faith in any
of the treated before the Carranza forces. - --- ----- ne urge a congress 01 neu- Marion Jo Freeman. transfer of ownership made during
First Baptist church were most delightfully I tral nations dedicated towards II the war.
| entertained at the home of Camp No. 16074 Modern Woodmenof finding a Just settlement of this
j Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Tenny, at 210 America will meet in regular session war." HOMES
South Lake street. Several interest- tonight at 7:30 o'clock, at theI. SOMETHING EVERY BOY WILL
ing games were played after which Assistant General Manager V. L. O. O. F. hall. All members are New homes are going up every few BE THANKFUL FOR

I cream and cake were served. Buggs of the Atlanta Birmingham & urgently requested to attend this POSTAL SAVING DEPOSITS FOR feet along the Orlando-Pine Castle-

The evening's entertainment was Atlantic railroad, arrived in Orlando meeting as the initiatory work is to OCTOBER INCREASED Taft road and it will only be a matter There will be no school on Thanksgiving -

I concluded with several pieces on the yesterday afternoon in his privatecar be given to several candidates. Vis- of short time until the entire thor- day, and the Boy Scouts of

|Victrola songs and piano selections. which was attached to train No. iting Neighbors are especially invitedto Washington, D. C.-Postal saving oughfare is as thickly populated as Orlando are planning to celebrate

Fifty-four of the members 80. reaching Orlando at 1:27 over the be present.J. deposits during October increased $2- Orange avenue-nearly. This road their: one day vacation by going on

I present and enjoyed Mr. and were Mrs. 'Atlantic Coast Line coming from I M. Brady clerk.13U1 150,000 over the preceding month furnishes one of the rare delights to a hike early on Thursday morning.
Tampa. giving according to postal officials "a the stranger within Orange Scouts will meet at
llVnnv'n hnsnitalitv- .. ,.. . _ county's __.. __ _, _4:30 a. m. ina.uua
------- rlil'AP r"R".tinn"_.."_ .. .. n.# t}..... ..:.1 I a. 8. I '
O ;UUIS, AITE-710N ----- 6' ce. .ue VA. soKaW,1! ui puBioiuce. ine ocouis extend

I UNION THANKSGIVING APOPKARev. SERVICEAT JESS I1AJJO FIGHT Boys of troop 4 please be presentat that prosperity is sweeping and commercial over the country.activity" to go an with invitation them to to call any and boy see wishing Mr.

the Methodist church tonight at 7 Savings on deposit on October 31 ag- 1. BRYAN IS PRESIDENTSelf.Ousted Lindsay, at the Wright Seed Store,

o'clock sharp. This is gregated $71,500,000, and the individ- for information.
J. F. McKinnon will conduct Champion Who Put K. O. to Jos. Woodnick Scoutmaster.urgent. ual depositors numbered 552,000. New Scouts don't forget to bring your

Apopka a union Thanksgiving service at the Johnson Will Fight Fulton York city, excluding Brooklyn had Secretary of State haversack full of grub, and fill your

110 a. m.Baptist Music church for the tomorrow service will at During Mardi Gras at WILL BE LAID TO REST TODAY $14,822,020 of this total. Heads the Winona Assembly pockets with a cheerful and thanksgiving -

Ibe New Incorporated spirit for the day.
furnished by a union choir. OrleansNew for
Funeral services over the remainsof MANY CONVERSIONS IN OPERA Scoutmasters James Burden, Joe
Next Year
York Nov. 23.-Fred Fulton Mr. H. E. McMillan will be held HOUSE REVIVAL Woodnick, Frank Roach, and Howard
FOnD-CARS will fight Jess Willard twenty roundsat at, the..residence. 503 Osceola street, ""- t_____. __ . . __ South Bend. Ind.. Nov. 23.-William Lindsay will be in charge.
F. G. Rush New Orleans during Mardi Grasw't'k. mis afternoon ai z OCIOCK. ally luigceb weeK ".g"a guru' that Jennings Bryan was named as presi
yesterday sold
a Ford it was learned from a has attended the revival in the Orlando dent of the Winona I Mr. Wm. A, House, who arrived in
{touring car to C. A. responsible Assembly and
Hovey. Twelve SELLS NEW CHALMERS house heard
opera Evangelist Orlando
of the
arrived and source here tonight. Bible Conference, of Winona Lake week from
rars were unloaded and Jeter I
"Unpardonable Sin" hut Indiana, which Atlanta, Co., to vlult his sinter, Mrs.
nore are coming. "They are going Freeman V. I). Phillip local agent night. today was granted incorporation
like hot cakes.. said Mr. hush yes MEN'S: OPEN: POIttJM TO ORGANm ) for the Chalmers.. Motor Car company There were about twelve papers. W. C. McLean, and to enjoy a few
convcrstuns. days hunting. In
; TONIGHT county left
erday.J. report having. delivered Chalmers .
yesterday for his home in the Gate
yesterday and expects a new demonstrator Mr. Jeter's subject tonight. will be mUTIIII''RTY( City.
The Men's Open Forum which made before the end of the week. "The Chief of Sinners." -

J. S. JOCKEY IS DEPORTED[ for itself such an enviable place in The residence of Mr. and Mrs W.

the social life of the city last win- Mr. M. H. Dorsett II. Brokaw 411
general Florida Mr. S. G. Linderbeck district Hughey street was 2 MORE 0 R E CANNING
ter, will hold its first passenger CLUBS
meeting for the agent of the Winston-Salem Southbound agent of the Seaboard AirLine yesterday the scene of a pretty party

od Sloan Gets: in Wrong With current season this evening at the railway with headquarters in with headquarters in Tampa, in honor of their daughter Martha

-Frt- ->-ftt'h---- -Authorlfl"--.........".,..... .r..... Astor hotel at 7:30 o'clock. Jacksonville. was among the .oooular WIlS amonI---_!' thll----! u',11--n. L-_.._.... """,!,u,_._ who celebrated her eighth birthday \\'U.. ...) a IJ..J..nJ..... ne IJ_ n.____ _. .
Running Alleged Gam- After the election of officers the transportation men spending yestertation men looking after business in Delicious refreshments were served &uuaulT urganlzeaSoon
members of the Forum will be ten. I day in Orlando. J Orlando yesterday. and a merry time was enjoyed by the in East Part County,

bling House dered a "feed" through the courtesyof little folks. Those present were at Ft. Christmas and

Mr. Vance. The organization num. Janette Poulson, Elizabeth Overstreet Spring Head
London Nov. .-Tod Sloan the bered more than thirty members last Puzzled Populace Gazes At The Ora Dell Raybon Fanny Bell Tenny,,
mows American
was arrest- year and an even larger number is ,( Virginia Quigg Mildred Overstreet Miss Harriet Layton the girls'

tress J. and also Mile. Dherhly a French expected to join this season. : Hole In U. S. Government Elizabeth Anderson Carey Johnson canning club county demonstrationagent
appearing in the Lot
Revue. French ings are held on the first and \lee1-1 lna[ Glenn Lucius, Thelma Lucius accompanied Supt. J. F. Mc-

Sloan will be deported to Wednesdays for the -nurnose. of- --- I :\fan7 Lee, :Mildred Tnirtnr. Trono" Tn_ Kinnon on his visit to tit"...", ",.}..,nnl.,.. .in..
America ---- -- -
be deported tonight.from The France.actress is Both also cussing topics of current interest. Everybody is wondering what and erected this month or next. Affairsof '' gham, Helen Ingham, A e-R-;' e.;;, the eastern part of the county. They

e declared the authorities why concerning the excavation that the United States 'I'Leola Curry Harold Brokaw Stan- went to the most distant school in
by to be ROYAL are regulated by
NEIGHBORS ATTENTION ley Quigg Gerald Lloyd. the county, the Canadas school 31
desirables. This action was taken has recently been made in the U. red tape. Consequently we may imag-I miles from
der the S'I' ine that this hole having this dis-
"defense of the realm" act, lot. drilling
Regular meeting and monthly social it presage GO TO THE GAME FRIDAY'' tinction.

Ine'ainst pair which there is no appeal. of Sunny South Camp No. 7615 new postoffice Has the excavation I.'red the first few which inches of that long long I They also visited the school at Fort

I(Ithough was arrested Monday night. will be held Wednesday, 2:30 o'clock, for the foundation been commenced |"official tape act of the encompasses every Friday afternoon at 3:15 o'clock the Christmas and that at Spring Head.
no specific government. (I I Orlando
charges were at Odd Fellows Hall. high school football There
Visiting If team is
Neighbors work has an excellent
actually started the for
|ade against them the police let it upon Frank Hyers, local contractor and ,, will play the St. Augustine prospect the
are cordially invited to team
join at
us. new I'ostotTice where is the brick of two good
and canning
known builder, has
that been
the action taken was By order of recorder > I appointed by the I the Fair Grounds. Go out and clubs
uilcing] material! Are root one at Fort Chriatma. .
Icauie Sloan we going: to government to conduct (to Include
and the actress haveen j a soil investigation for the home team. Don't
have I forget the the Canada
e new postotTice school
> as a Christmas the ) and one at
a gambling house. SOCIAL WAS upon government lot. A I game and the date
SUCCESS; present! from Santa I Admission 25 Spring Head.
Uncle j
< ''
analysis and
test of the soil'cents.
< Capt. Branham
Sam? had the The larger
girls of
TinnTlllm: : will be made. The tests will be made 1 locals schools
The ice cream social given at Highland No the large. hole .being drilled into I at different Interval out every day for the past week seem very interested In this new feature .

,For Florida: 'Fair- chapel last evening. was a most .good old Orlando Mother Earth: At'' preparatory for the arrival, or of In a"pits" i and they are working well. of education which In being Introduced .
toduy not much
(ilntunnt affair. A fine program was the northwest corner of the gov-1 I in our county. MU Layton
jmnjre government ernment
temperature; light, varla- rendered and Inspector. All of the reports Subscribe for the .
a large audience lot does Country Gentleman seems to the
wind. was not mean that a n.w' will be tent to Washington through possess faculty of pre.
i 62 numbers
prevent. pottotTice or federal building/ will tej j Postmaster McLean. & O'Neal book for only $1 Curtis! nentlnjr the work In a way which
store. makes It attractive to the girls.



I IlUh..tar1"'I'"on for
THE DAILY due repose' is n '
hU zealous imitators. It must! !h:?

South Florida Sentinel I confessed, Hint the melt who "
MORNING AND WltKUM. lingV''' Me not UK a rule hgtetilrloilels ' Orlando, U I no' hew city to hie. yet 1w INDIGESTION

t. ol.Kri'4;"" . ... . ... .M.s..rt..IC....' , probnbly, \ \ brcnUfe they tir! "' always glad] to pay it ai!lt, and
w f' is.IH1sI4" .h..III. iliiktnif ttlmut their'' work inure thut1Ixnit Iwayn l'olUe'h)' Itnl'e""p,1, with the
- tal.e..l. .1 Ihn. p.l..nl.. ill ()nUtd.' . tie$ ,. \
hpnltli tloclurrt. are tt4 Bud fart thttt It N l-rnuuful city
HU, ... e......tI.t1.... M.il Mil.', their itery
-== -- "4 the rent, HIII] the more nmMtl"U! deed) snit that It U growing ,In'\\ CURED
"l,I Mm, 'II II.*I ION hAt oft tin thing! the led\ i. It U urowiHir in IfIIJu"wI eta A
I V#.f .,." ............. .. 11M they are to great |
&nellh '
hells. A MrtKltM" ,...,...... ....... Ifs they pt ......... I.'
M..l\lha ... .... ... .n
Ifetly tAa1., i a Mu.IA. ?. ... .... ............ ..ftlM..blr tlttii-inciit l Hi)4 1 mHilpnuiu-p of "ideal of the heaviest shipping point

I Y.*' ... .=. .-... ..... .-... II.M- health it seems t ill a career seldom in enough itself;arhievtuly lit anyrate '' for..t least citrus Fix fruit packing in all houses Florida It having U theieaiJunartern With Shlvnr Ginger Ale or money will be refunded. Hera la our proposition and Shhfir tU>i '

-414.0-BUHMCKIPTIQN PAYAHUt IN Li the men who have counted for of the Orange CountyuljExchange manufacturer will stand back of every thing we my. Use 1 dozen bottles of

ADVANCR' most. Some have tolled and' groin headquarters of the Ginger Ale as we direct you and if after you have used one dozen bottles you are not

TO ADYRRTtIkkii i LIed into a dyipeptic or nerve-racked Florida Growers and Shippers League satisfied with the results we will refund the money. Price per dozen $1,25.

... .u.., ks...... work ha from
Coal !.' tII." sll old age. But in either case and three government experts
.... w Aud.d U st .... ..a.
.../.rd.lag ttc. .( U. ti..U..1 _.."'er this; p. .. comes first, and this is: such a law of the United States agriculural department -: OLIVE OILY
,. .. TkU nU' .,'li*|
tb.. d.r .eI. uloll..Uo. dr.rd.lagl It .. genius that scolding is hardly worthwhile are stationed there doing

to ts..rtabl..od thBfi for will contract b. ..trictlySubscriber a.u.e4 ... But genius ought nut to \>? work in connection with the citrus:

followed in its contenptuous fruit industry. i
dcirin Tb Sentinel d&eOBCtaued blindly Olive Oil. We guarantee it to
should* notify th. office in writing on ndilfertnce to things like diet and It has always been a mystery to me have just received a nice supply of genuine, imported

.OBtmucd... date of.t expiration.the rrvular otherwiM subscription. it will,rats b* sleep; to a genius they may n it mater why, with her advanced type of citizenship be the-best. Come in and get a can today.

'nlil notice N to..stop k.r ..u. ..received.TeltBlmie .. ... It but to mankind at )arg3 they : the Florida Citrus Exchanges than Olive Oil, quarts______________________90c
matter a great deal.SIDELIGHTS. not stronger in Orange county

WEDXESIJAV. NOV. 2t, 1913: iL is. There are over 600,000 boxesof Olive Oil, pints_______________________45c

citrus fruit shipped from that territory -

every year, and less than 200- ,
Next year we can vote for president I I
000> boxes through the many fine
a full state ticket, county and Uy W. S. Branch.A go
city. Exchange packing houses. One fact Jas. L. DEANProp.

that also troubles me is: that so many

o New York World correspondentwho or the leading citizens--men of brains
Greece i is getting so neutral that Store Orlando. Fla.
couple until City Drug
both followed an eloping energy: and wealth-do not line up
be compelled to
*he may he saw them married attempted in11ili for the co-operative movement. Iwill
ide' report to arrange some letter ofthe name but one, James Giles-cerainly r

o alphabet to represent tho pound of ability, reputed to
u man
It doesn't look much now it* if the nmiiuting from u kiss.i "I'fwocz" 110 wealthy and u man who has nlays FOR SALE! .
allies would cat Turkey on wall the result of his effort at word! expressed himself us being n Both the Sheriir's ollice and

Rivinj uilding. CUlt you beat it? riend of the Exchange, but who nev- the Chief of Police's oflicc) are ; My: rrnidynce. corner north Orange second floor. Lot l.r t feet front on
Ground; '
o and Robinson avenues, containing Orange nvvnuv. nttractivcly
After all at any price would -0- er allows that organization to handlehis : Library, Reception: Room: len) Sewing arranged, und sprayed by under.j.rounl I
peace and they
is to secure I managed,
than the kind of warfarenow St. t'aul1inn": trying fruit. Even if it was his belie efficiently Room, Dining Room Kitchen I system.'
lie cheaper the building of u big new passengerdepot way down in his heart that he can __ .I' r..1 ; t I Pantry Grocery; !Room Ijivatory, all I. Large garage: and 1 Jog.cabin playy
going on. and the Pioneer Press remarks get better prices outside for his fruit arc quite success; ; in cap arms I ,r>n first floor, with bath and a house, etcill sell furnished or un

twenty-eight--0-more shopping I threateningly: "The next person or at this time, he must see that if he thieves, but neither office attempts i ing and seven apartment closets. with and storage eleven room s1eeJ1-1 onCHARLES furnished.117.1m .
who throws sand on the trackof
other represenativft
party the
days before Christmas. Do yours the new depot project is likely toget men and like him many would support the Exchange to indemnify you against 1 P. DOWFERTILIZER

now. o sand thrown on his coffin without that in tne end the citrus industry damage to your premises or for - .

much delay." would be firmer footing
on a I'
A Georgia girl had a dream fiance, recoveded.
That is about what we would like and that his fruit would be more valuable stolen articles not
know lot of women whose
but fiances we turned out a to be regular night. to say about the next person who to him. Take these two well managed !I!
throws sand on the track of the project -
I Also, Mr. Giles is a large owner of Theft
mares. with Burglary ;
to eliminate the unsightly, unsanitary offices a ,
0 real estate, and I am going to assert
The postoffice department has ordered old jail building from Orlando.one of the that every added box of fruit that and Larceny policy issued by
sites in
that hereafter at least one delivery prettiest building increases the percentage of the holdngs -
-- the Georgia Casualty Companyon
of mail must be made on all \ of the Exchange, means added Fresh shipment PULVERIZED SHEEP MANURE,
poinsettias -
There never so
were many
holidays. value to his lands; for not until the premises and you have
growing in Orlando as there are _ your Lawns Flowers. and Uardens.Get .
o industry is made absolutely stable Just in. Best::: for ferns,

What a Thanksgiving day celebration -I at the present time. The unusual will these lands sell at their full ill protection.
rains ot September and October have yours now.Orlando.
it would be if all who ought to .I of this value, because without organized ef-
been favorable for the growth
give thanks should enter into the spirit fort no one is sure of stability. Out
beautiful plant and the lawns of the GEO. A. IIUTCIIINSON
of the occasion. in California it is the men of the type
city and adjacent country places
o of Mr. Giles who are leaders in the Gen. Agent
be> brilliant with them during the coming Seed & Produce Co.
Charlie Chaplin has written the Exchange: movement; not merely sympathizers
winter. They are easily grown Phone 700
story of his life. It is in prose, as who allow their fruit to be Rooms 4.6
from cuttings and if you have none
his poetry limped too much, owing to growing on your place at present do (Continued on Page 6)) Watkins Block 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone, 6

the perverseness of his feet.o .
not let another summer pass without

--- getting them started.If cuttings are IIEULAII RONEY
It is said that about one farmer MISS
set out in early spring they will redden -
out of four has an automobile, but the TUTORING --
the same season. -
others are still allowed to use the
-0-- 5 Acres
roads except on Sundays,
MacDowell widowof
Mrs. Edward A. ,

Saturday afternoons.0 the famous composer, is giving a Yancey Meat Market, Inc.

series of concerts in Eastern citiesto
The high price of eggs again raises raise a fund with which to build a 11 WASHINGTON Fronting on Conway Brick Road fULLY PAID UP

the of why more people don't City. A good
question Miles From
lacDowell monument. Mrs. Mac- Four T. A. YANCEY, Jr., Pres and Mgr.
keep hens. It is so easy for them to and
Dowell 1 plays her late husband's compositions four room cottage, ORLANDO FLORIDA
get their living out of the neighbors'back at these concerts and is Pine Castle poultry house on the property. '

., ____ ) Choice
yards.The meeting with' rlacai-voH" success Pur& n Also variety of fruit I Wholesale 1 ;: I and Retail, Dealer. I .in
o cunSISL-\\
of American composers of piano music NurseriesPine . Grapefruit, and Western Meats
papers are full of accidents have left their influence more inddily ing .of .Orange, Florida
nature, but those comingin etc. Convenient to
a deplorable Peaches
for prominent invariably lead of .than- impressed Edward MacDowell.upon the modern music Castle, Fla. church, school and R. F. D. Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

thusly: "George died in the - Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders

Noname hospital last night from a President Wilson did a graceful Business 135' P. 0. BOX aa6

gunshot wound received yesterday thing when he appointed former President Has first class orange and i Price $1700T1A1MaIIaceRealty PHONES /\ Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.

while hunting. lie was climbing a William Howard Taft as chair- grape fruit trees, ready to plant.

fence when the trigger of his gun I' man of the central committee of the Ve offer only first class trees, j
in his clothing and the load of I
American Red Cross Society. And budded from prolific bearing

buckshot entered his body. :Ir. Taft made a characteristic and trees of known quality. We

o grateful remark when he said, in accepting also have the genuine Watson Co A.B.COOK&GOMrMi
classified ads. are ,.
The Sentinel's the office: "I do not know watermelon seed. No melons ,

little human interests stories reflcj what the burden of the office is, but shipped from where we saved 3 Arcade : ORLANDO 'U'
of hundreds of people. Cul- Room CHRIST BUILDING
the needs from W
whatever the load will be I will soon our seed. Melons weighed I
tivate the habit of reading them. It I 45 pounds. CatalogueFree. Phone 117
he under it. 20 to
you hay anything to sell' anythingyou I ------1 AS AGENTS, we invest money safely for our
wish to buy a house to rent, in
need of a maid or other help, avail HEn CROSS PLANS: TOR REORGANIZATION customers; manage their real and personal

yourself of the interest now being : 1\F\ property; look after their taxes and other obligao"I. -

nt in the Sentinel's advertiselaKen Washington, D. C.-Former President I __S rentals I infprpct t ana aiviaenas.INCOME .
i tons collecting ,
mt"nts. The cost is small, returns Taft presided today over a meeting A BargainWe Ulleli I ,

large.THE. -0- or! the here American of the executive National Red committee Cross offer a lot 71.8 feet by 150 feet fronting east on INVESTMENTS, Mortgages and Bonds

"'.\1.1OF Ut-ST. for the first time since his recent appointment Elam Street, just three lots off beautiful Lucerne Circle

Ily spending fifteen hours in bed as chairman by President where Elam street, Ame rica street and Lucerne Circle

Mr. Edison both makes it clear that Wilson. intersect. Lot faces East, is high and dry, level, has BUILDING MATERIALSAND
A proposal to form a special war
he is not the superman of legend, and and is in the RIGHT location. PRICE $1500.
the wisdom relief department was one of the reorganization oaks in front
shows that he has learned CONSTRUCTION
plans discussed. On account to loan on good security.Orlando .
of taking his rest when he needs it We have $1000
asserts the Springfield Republican. of the growing work of the Red'ross

is it ought to it was said efficiency requires
Trivial as the incident Co.
be given wide publicity simply for the II that the society and be branches.divided into more Real Estate \Ve can save you time, money and worry on your

reason that some harm has been done departments tomorrow will'rame E. B. BRADLEY building operations. Our clients are satisfied.
Formal meetings
by accounts of his working 20 hoursor BLOCK PHONE 301
of reorganization for WATKIXS
ambi- a plan
so a day. In several' cases
at the annual meeting of
tious young men have done damageto I
the directors of the Red Cross next
their health by adopting too hastilyythat

month. _ _ _ _ _ .
three or four hours of filMIIIMMMMMMMMMIMMIMIIMMAnnouncement
his history III . . . . I 1
sleep; suflices. There are exceptional \ I
persons of whom this seems to be GOLD MEDAL FOR IIOWELLS i Do Not Believethat
If You
measurably true; at any rate for long Dotton, \Iass.-'Yilliam Dean How- !

periods they can keep up a high pitchof ells, of New York, today was awarded -

efficiency on less than half the the gold medal by the :National! and rides
ordinary allowance of sleep. To take Institute of Arts and letters for distinguished To all who are interested in wearing the best hosiery and the Chalmers has power like a locomotive

them MS exemplars, however, is danjreious work in the writing of fic underwear, and sold direct from the Mill to Consumer.Mrs. like a parlor car, just call for a demonstration at 14 E

In proportion to the enerrvtond tion. Mr. Howells was not present te\Vitt that in order to meet the
W. S.
will power of the experimenter but a letter from him was tend by Knitting Company's Church street or phone 223
World Star
In mo!t cnse' a quite normal ntit ttiptey Hitchcock, secretary of the institute inany demands for she Svill be .
healthful Itittolehee sees as n check} etpressing his appreciation.Mnrfcaret hosiery:: anti underwear for ladies and gents*

nitd! lohfr\ liuti!" if work ate snots t>nlI'tr ht the Home Coukihg Uobtti, Arcade! UUildihp, conducted

it ett'I t-hl t".tltll bf ,1'el'l, It ie I Mill! Pteppehl tfn.fl ?/ tt-Iti.:: by. Mmtameq:: Alleli & Limerick! ttheh site ttlll! be pleaded: I. CHALMERS MOTOR CAR C.C

the flU..hultu"> whM |I.ft!"" ,the itafige Iii.I i I. tl"ltIl1t \her !'llIlet. Mrs. ..,,\\111 tit pmwuu) amities uf thes@! f justly:: famous goods ami "
,Ihp .t't'I.lli! 'Ini? AI11..ht nightie thin i-
lilt"l ith.1. ""lttl'ljI11l' 7ety ftl m Uite weeks
the UnHf p.I
tinier1 for $>{
ith htiptl, tit elrell tI\tfd tugs! hlHlf- fins Al 1 i t.t.Htl'-. dial \-H Hi rltiH.tt take ynuj1
') \
than ft tnftiul >\
rile' illnel; ttlto Ill' h. eeP !t.Itw bent and\ "\\'f! III deti !l'letl! l with t\1t1\ state[ to Nllthin nHtk iS a more aeeeptfthle\ ma gift Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

lhFy can' t:1I1I\tI to' sluing,I iiulotttt 41H'' kahernl t +aiul (Orlan,t 1rtepi is i l.itFHtijl:: fM uf dip@flt1lul@ hoC@} \ now la: the time to order: fHONfiI IIIt
bleep at itll.\! 'Hill rennnle,1' th4* even tiaa 'er4 mill leave', soon! fPFilanil I I H BAST CHURCH

the inMf+thlit\J'\ fir Pdiaon now end I ? irher@\ !she: e lire ttA FemPjnfar \ .............
then has to stop and make up pyer! some timt. DiH...................... ...... ..... .


)7jBc4ThIIcykA: Timely

I And _ _ _

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

Lot. No.3. Ladies' Patent, Tan, Dull they Pumps.are exceptional See this wonderful good values lot that as ment during this Great Sale.
Kid and Gun Metal Shoes. This is a
wonderful you cannot afford to mIss. Values up The within the
opportunity to purchase prices are
to $160 specially priced at
regular $3.60 $4,00, $tt50 and $5.00
qualities In this sale at $2BO tt pair $2,35 a pair :.=reach<_ __ ._ ___._of_ all. u.__ _.. __ _
-------- --

Don't fail to eome: and look them oVtr! I personally and you will agree that we are
giving the mot wonderful Shoe Bargains[ ( In the City of rlundo Come and nfl for youreeld


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

: Shoes we have accumulated hundreds of pairs that we /

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

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

'- 'c half the money you ever did before.


The YowefJ Duck worth Co.





Orlando Fla.i :'=NOV Iii Il l5,
To Our Mother's Friends;
urely one has pot lived in vain,
Winter Park News when at their demise can receive such
attentions of love sympathy and esteem e
by acts and words as were accorded -
"Our Mother" during her recent :i.
illness, death and burial, by her
friends and acquaintances.
We her children, desire to expressto
Of Items each and every one our heartfelt
Daily Budget Concerning :thanks gratitude and appreciation of '
their token of esteem and trust that It's A Banouet of
Bargains to Partake of Whira
The Town And Rollins CollegeFOOTBALL antly God, the bless giver and of reward all good each, will of abund-them, Appetizing

as no other can do, and as they so '
richly deserve, is our humble prayer. Is to Whet One's Appetite For the DinnerHaving
GAME TOMORROW FORTNIGHTLY CLUB (Signed) E. W. Ervine, J. R. Ervine, Turkey
BETWEEN VARSITY AND The regular meeting of the Fort- W. A. Irvine, M. P. Irvine Mrs. H. B.
FACULTY nightly Club was held Monday even- Giles, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Smith.A cause to be thankful for a very satisfactory year, we give thanks in an easily-

What promises to be a fast game ing at the home of Mrs. J. F. Adams, understood and generally appreciated way by providing through this Thanksgiving Sale
GOOD INVESTMENTYOU at very low prices, big lots of new Winter Goods.
of football will be staged tomorrow on New England avenue. Quite a Wishing to forget no one we
afternoon on Morse Athletic Field, crowd attended the meeting and an desire an are investment investing for that income will yielda and generously provide for everyone.. Truly it will be a merrier holiday if selections for
with contesting elevens from the stu- enjoyable program was given duringthe regular net income of eight or ten person and home are first made from these assortments!

dents and faculty of Rollins as rivals evening. A pleasant time was enjoyed or per semi-annually.cent, payable monthly In this quarterly event we, YOUR FIRST THOUGHT-A NEW DRESS OR SUIT FOR THE HOLIDAY
by all the affair w
present beingin
for first honors.
can be of service. We do not handle
This game will furnish one of the many respects the most successful speculative investments. A. B. Cook
most amusing features of the day's which the club has held during the & Co., Christ building. 1-11-24-31

program for the Rollins students and present year.TOO i
Opening of Astor Cafe, November
is being looked forward to with a 25th. l-ll-24-2tc
great deal of anticipation. The var- LATE TO CLASSIFY \ _

sity has shown up well in practice for ROSE BUSHES
the past few days, and the faculty WANTED second hand barber or
eleven, or "has beens," as it is styled, 679 dentist, care chair Sentinel.; state price. 11-24-ltc Address Ready to plant. Call phone 509.
numbers among its players several 408 Lake street. Violet Dell Florists.J. .
M. Caruthers. l-ll-23-6tc
former crack gridiron artists from JUST RECEIVED a few nice geese.
leading Northern colleges and univer- Order early if you want one. II. M.
sities. Self & Co. Phones 80 and 610. OSTEOPATH PHYSICIAN AND
11-24-ltc SURGEON

UNION MEETING LAST NIGHT WANTED TO BUY fresh cow, giving Dr. Howell, osteopathic physicianand (;
The Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. 3 to 4 gallons daily. Give description returned surgeon from, announces Harvard that he has
and price. C. F. Ward, Winter University,
organizations held their first union Park. ll-24-3t where he took post graduate work in
meeting of the present school year at I eye, ear nose and throat diseases.

Knowles Hall last night, with a large 'ANTED--500 housekeepers to buya Also heart, lungs physical, kidneys diagnosis and other(nerves vis-
number of members in attendance.The bushel of Idaho Red apples. For cera), and electrotherapy and conta-
feature of the evening was an sale at retail on A. C. L. track at gious diseases. Office, Cheney build-
interesting and timely address by Dr. Church street. 11-24-lt ing, opposite San Juan hotel. Tele- "0
phone: Office 617; residence 1018. '
Thos. R. Baker, formerly a memberof FOR RENT-Four room cottage, with
Rollins faculty, but now retired on bath; front and back porches; within -
the Carnegie foundation. As is usual two blocks of business part of
when an address by Dr. Baker is an- town. Apply 204 West South street, GRANDTODAY
nounced every student possible at- or phone 488. 11-24-31 Nothing more opportune! We have just received the second shipment of exquisite new
Dresses that our contract calls for. We cannot
describe them.
We cannot find words to
tended and listened with the deepest
FOR SALE 10 brick
acres, high-
their beauty. We are more than astonished at their lowness
express of price
interest to his remarks. The metingwas way; 7 room house, barn and garage -
presided over by Miss Elizabeth ; 7 1-2 acres cleared; 1 acre young;
Russell' president of the Y. W. C. A. grove; irrigating plant. $1,000 quick
sale. Carl Dann. 11-24-Gtc
Linens. For
Thanksgiving and After


Harry Edwards who attended Rol bungalow fine lake view all kinds THEME MARA

lins College in 191!, is how a success- uf citrus I tUft fruit best large bargain garage in; town.best part Address -

ful opera singer, travelling with the I 702 Broadway 11-24-Ct In
Metropolitan t1 attet. tie! writes to
friends Ih Winter Patk that his! tohiprthy POtt itt:N1=f Merge! tww story fur-
hlshed dwelling modern lohteniehees ; "THE TWO blll'IIANS"The'1Pltotoplay
wilt at MUht AUaltanld
appear hlefY,
two !sleeping! foftheo!, two
heat Monday, Mr, EdWafd: bum botloitite/! torner Jelksuft!
WHteS thai hf hdpe!i tti fet fR to and West fetreet JaS, A, Kf1ijJi, Supreme"It

Flerid 6m time during the earning i 1:8441 i will pity you to !Ii@@ every one ,
a====== ===
winter and )Ms many friend hera
hope that he t! may) eheese! Winter Parka IIBDOB GUTTlNflB I"on KA61i of 'these remarkable! pip

his stepping place during his visit privet hedge ,puttings, go pents per lures (shown .
to the slats, hundred, Phone 46u! l-U:8l:8t nn5W'edneedaya

The Sentinel received ft pleasant
'I visit last evening from Mfr PB, Pin- ........... These
There considerable w fresh and table
was talk along son, the affable travelling passenger snowy linens will add materially to the enjoyment of the Thanks
the street yesterday afternoon of arranging ? agent of the Southern Railway who giving feast They are exceptional qualities, in a very handsome range of beautiful
a ball game for tomorrow was spending yesterday in Orlando tOe 15c designs some of the dainty effects being reproductions of quaint old colonial patterns
between pick-up teams of Winter which are so much in demand at the
telling the general teravelling public present time. They are priced as linens used to
Park and Orlando. The local men be priced before the supply ran short and prices went upwards.
about the magnificent trains his road
feel confident that they can get up a operates to and from Florida. MISS MAY HARDAWAYPUBLIC 72 inch Table Damask, Special Price______-____________________________ 59c

team on a moment's notice which can STENOGRAPHERWINTER Hemmed Napkins dozen_____________________________________________ IIII $1.25
beat anything which Orlando can get THANKSGIVING CELEBRATION 70 inch Half Bleached Irish Table Linen Special price__________________111111 __79c
together to send against them in a Should not be, but often is hard work PARK, FLA. Naps to match, dozen_________________________________________ $1.50
similar length of time.) Until a late for the housewife. Not so if you letus 72 inch "Humidor" Linen (Our Extra Special Pure Linen Damask, worth"l.5b"I.ll5!

hour last night nothing definite had bake your turkey make your pie, Schultz Huilding. Phone 406 Big variety of designs-Napkins to match, dozen_____________________________ $3.75
been heard from Orlando. cake know and your pastry.wants,Come have in a and talk let with us Our Collection of Hand Embroidered Maderia Linen, in Tea Sets, Center Pieces,"Scarfs,

our baker and pastry cook. lie has Squares, Runners, Napkins, Handkercheifs Bags etc., etc.. SPECIALLY PRICED.
NEW rOSTOFFICE BOXES SOON experience and will make the planning All Work Neatly and Accurately Done
The increased business of the Winter of your Thanksgiving dinner a er WE WANT YOU TO SEE THIS
and delight. Old fashioned ;
pleasure F'0
Turk postotTice has made it necessary pound and fruit cakes plum pudding, Room No. 3, Schultz Bide. A
to increase the number of lock etc., etc. Carl Jansen Bakery, 11 SMART
I>oxe0. A new cabinet of boxes for North Orange! avenue. lll23.3te Dr. C. W. Fain q NEW YI
the office has been ordered and isThe
expected to arrive at any time. ,.' OF
Increase in tho patronage of the local Heady to plant. Cull phone 609.OK : Office Hours: 8 to 12. 2 to :3. t$ COURSE!
Luke Dvll KlorUtn.
olTicc i III a good nign and shows that Mtrt-et. Violet WINTER I'AHK FLA. :
J. M. Curuthem. I 1-11.2.1-Otc: 25>>
the number of outside noonle who
lire _____ /4\ HIGH
Interested In Winter Park it constant i CLASS

ly on the increase. The Eola Packing Company :' ,. .1. .: I And Pattern ....

ORLANDO. FLORIDA. c3&/ : Trimmed
One of the moat attractively arranged HATS

Thanksgiving display windows SpecialtiesCustom '.. 'j. : ""'"' : r r"orth 36 INCH SILK POPLIN
seen in Winter Park this seasonis t' .'
t 1 to
> Up Our $1.00 quality in all colors including
that of F. W. Shepherd's .';
grocery. Packers Modern Equipment l1,. $8.50 Black, Thanksgiving Sale
The window, which has been artist- Shippers and Buyers Cash f.o.b. SellingGrowers' l./'i'? I for Price------------------------; 79c
ically dressed by J. W. Shackleford 0 : I Ii
Agents Personal Attention / I' i\ $5.00; 40 INCH SILK IRISH POPLIN>>
contain exhibits of different kinds ol ..
nuts and other things suggestive ot Growers Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and arrange i A beautiful quality in all the New
Thanksgiving. for harvesting and packing their crops. r Fall colors. Our regular $1.25,
Fruit Packed and shipped as directed by the owner of the goods. I Thanksgiving Sale Price______98c

BUSINESS HOUSES TO CLOSEIn PACKING HOUSE-Corner Concord Ave. and A. C. L. Tracks.W. .

accordance with the usual custom B. RULE, Mgr. J. S. PAGE, Asst Mgr. C. A. COCHRAN, 10 Yards Outing Flannel for________85c 10 Yards Unbleached Pure Linen Towling
and because of the holiday, almost Packing House Foreman.Patronage All Colors-including and Cream
all of Winter Park's places of Stripes and Checks. for 95c; worth 12 l-2c yardMEN'S .
business will close for either a partor Respectfully Solicited'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I.IIIIIIII..IIIIIIIIII
the whole of the day tomorrow.

WINTER PARK NOTES" The new "Visor" Sweater is a Corker. Suggestion for Thanksgiving
t MIIIMII 3 styles in one-with, without and with a
Mrs. C. Denny, an old Winter Park Roll Collar-all Colors-All Wool-All Plum Pudding, Richelieu Nut Cake
Sized. 1 Ib. pkt. "Stones" fruit cake for_,30c
resident has returned from Montpe
tier, N. 11., and is again comfortably DoltNow Price $3.00:; All other tones" cakes, each___...We

located at her home on New England NEW GLOVES En 1i5hValnut Meats, Pecan meats,
avenue. For Street nnd Full Dress Black Walnut Meats, Almond Meats-
Buy a "BUICK" or a "FORD"Car To be "au fait" one Should wea rthe New New Nuts of all kinds, NEW FIGS and

.In. It. It, Peacock arrived Monday Silk in White and Pearl Gray-Special DATES, Raisins, Current, Citron,
front Winter Haven end wilt spend price 150/ pair. Orange nnd Lemon Peels, Crystalized
the next few weeks visiting her For Other Occasions, prices $1.50 to $2.10 Cherries and Ginger, Chnm lulnl .
daughter/ ;M rll. (). N. Denning. and be satisfied
Call and See Our Dellcatetften Department- In Something New In Orlando.DicksonIves .

Mrs Hannah C. Schultz I 18 spending
the holiday season! at the home of heron

and daughter.Inaaw, Mr. and! Mr. Winter Park Auto Co. Co
James ShMer, At Tampa,


North and U comfortably' located for
the winter at the home of J, C, Niehol "Orla.\do's Favorite Shopping Place. Orlando, Fla.




I: 1 1I

. .. _

L. T. Hewitt hostess
was yesterday
I ((Mania nritty afternoon to the Bachelor "Get It At Allen's" IIo

Girls. There were two tables of players -
Miss Vida Miller winning the Delicious

prize, a pretty nail buffer. The Misses -

Wednesday. November 24. I ed Norma new members and Lucy in Gage place were of :Misses elect- ;

Mrs. J. B. Lawton and Miss Rita Mrs. Brooks-Smith of Concord Guilda Happersett and Mayme Thorn- Hnyler's r' I Ir Ice 4
Lawton, hostesses at bridge, Mrs.J. avenue, was pleasantly surprised ton. The next meeting of the Bache-
C. Lawton, honoree. Monday evening when about thirty- lor Girls will be with the Misses Gageat
Heap and There Card Club, Dr. and five
friends came into celebrate her
miss Porter, host and hostess. the Wyoming hotel. Z2'L cS'O
Called meeting of the Rosalind Club, eightieth birthday. Miss Mamie Barr +
3 p. m. gave several pleasing recitations and
Unity Thursday Circle. November 25. Mr. Harris, :Mr. Wells, and Mr. Gage Helen Blood and daughter r
told several
Thanksgiving day parties dances and amusing stories. An en- Miss Isabel are among those who
dinners.Friday joyable half' hour was spent singingold have recently arrived in Orlando tospt'nd
November 26. songs, after which hot chocolateand the winter. .While absent from
Mrs. Irwin with
Dunn entertains
bridge at the New Lucerne 3 p. m. cake were served. Mrs. Brooks- the city this summer they spent their Sodas OUR EXHIBIT OF RINGS
Suffrage tea, Mrs. G. II. Edwards, Smith received many presents, among time touring the East, stopping for a

hostess. which was a large box of beautiful time on the coast of Massachusetts is all complete. It embraces rings of all kinds from the tiny baby
Dance New Lucerne hotel
Opening ,
roses presented by Mrs. A. L. Morey.
ep.m. before coming South. They are very O ring to the gold band for the bride with all that goes in between.We .
Among those present were Mr. and
+ popular In Orlando and have a host especially invite attention to our diamond rings. They
Mrs. W. W WelU, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
A DELIGHTFUL RECITAL of friends who are extending them a with Whipped gems of rare beauty and exquisite taste.
Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Ge(). John. cordial
Last evening In the auditorium of reception. As usual they will
the Cathedral School for Clrla a most lion, Mr. and Mrs. It. D. Manner and make their home at Duke Hall during Cream ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS
.children, Mr and Mrs C. W. Howe, ,
delightful recital Wall given by the sojourn. (b
:Mss Annette Howe, Mrs. Gee. Barr
pupil of Mini Hlbba\ And Miss. Per- and children, Mr. and Mri. Morton + -j
sing The Sentinel regrets that apace" Thursday being Thanksgiving day
Gage, Mr. and Mrs
will not allow mention to each participant LeRoy Thomp. the Rosalind! Club rooms will l 1.0 p.
son, Mrs. F. F. Thompson, Mr. and closed, and the next of the DO YOU TIIANSGMNG
In the All were good,
program. Ice Cream
Mrs. Geo. W. Sweet, Mrs. C. M.
and Miss Hibba and Miss Terming are there will take place on the BRIGHTENING UP
Vaughn !Miss Faye Vaughn, Mrs. f!]
first In December with Miss
Thursday ,
to be congratulated the result .with
obtained upon Margaret Pope, Mrs. J. M. Pressey, Elizabeth; Porter, Mrs.\ Algernon Ha out paints. Then you'll be sure
Mrs. M. A. Paullin, Mrs. J. W. Putis, of making a good job of it, one that
The following most excellent pro- Mrs. T. B. Lantz, Miss Hattie Lantz, den, Mrs. J. N. McElroy Mrs A. L. delivered in will do you credit and one that will
rendered Mallory and Mrs. J. H. Reese as the any
gram was : last for )'ears. Tell us plans
Mrs. L. II. Roath, Mr. R L. Waters, your
Piano duet Marche Ileroique (Saint and Mr. James Buren. hospitality committee.The and we'll supply just the right paints
Saens), Eileen Vivian, Helen Way. + quantity '''.,
+ etc., with which to do the work.
Reading "Second Trial Lucile JUNIOR second series of social teas giv-
Piano, Tarantelle (Heller), Anna I, Mrs. Thos. B. Brodwater was host- en by the Equal Suffrage League will
Jones. ess yesterday afternoon to the Junior be given at the home of Mrs. Gaston AtPharDl8CY Phi Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Cf
Reading, "The Other One Was H. Edwards on Friday afternoon. The
;Booth," Catherine Logsdon. Matrons Card Club. Mrs. W. C. Es- 205 S. Orange Avenue
will be in charge of Mrs.
Reading "Who's Afraid?" Corine :sington substituted for Mrs. J. B. Ma- program Phone 261
Walton. I Victor Starbuck, and Mrs. Florence C COLEMAN & RHAN
gruder Jr. There were two tables of f
Piano, First Mazurka (Saint Saens), Refreshments Beardall is chairman of the refresh
players. in
Julia Zachary. I keeping ment committee.
Reading, "Nobody's Tim" Julia with the Thanksgiving season were +
Yates. served, and the tally cards also repre-
Reading, "Jimmy Brown's Sister's sented the Thanksgiving spirit. Mrs.C. Mcintosh's orchestra will render a
Wedding," Helen Gould. musical program at the Tourist Headquarters CAREY HANDFUNERAL
Piano,First Peer Suite G. Brown won the prize, two dainty
Gynt (Grieg): in the Arcade building. Pop-
Morning Mood Mary D. Rowan; Ase's Cluny doilies. The club will be enter-
Death Mary Zachary; Anitra's Dance tained Tuesday, December 7, by Mrs. ular and classical numbers will be PHONE
Helen Way; In the Hall of the Moun- Brown. played in pleasing proportions. 20 DIRECTORAND
tain King, Eileen Vivian.

Helen Reading.' Hoskins."Literary Nightmare DANCE AT THE+NEW LUCERNEThe English plum pudding and hard EMBALMER\
sauce. Thanksgiving day. Astor Cafe.
Reading, "Minuet. Bessie Allen.
first dance of the season at the 11124.2tc
Reading, "The Tar ," lone ---
Neal. New Lucerne will take place there on

Piano Prelude Rachmaninoff), Friday evening. These pleasant af- + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + All calls answered Promptly Dayor
Winnifred Brown. fairs are responsible for a decided + AN EXCELLENT EDITION + W. T. ENTRICAN

+ quickening in Ifc social life of the + + Night. Hand Block.
Mrs. E. F. Taylor arrived in Or- younger set in this city. I + The Sentinel acknowledges a + LICENSED CONTRACTORfor |

lando last evening to visit Mr. and + + copy of the "Made in Orlando" +
Mrs. W. M. Slemons. :Mrs. Taylor is Miss Mary Rock, of Orlando, is + edition of the Evening Reporter- + PAINTING DECORATING ETC. Orlando, Florida.

en route to her home in Tampa from spending the week in DeLand, stop- + Star our esteemed contemporary. + Phone 217.SKATING I I
Tennessee where she has been spend- ping at the home of Mrs. W. C. Watts. + Knowing the vast amount of + PHONE 639. RESIUENl PHONE 457,

+ this kind and having only the +
1111111 i I i 11 i M t M IM11 i I i I M 111111111111111 + friendliest regards for the after +
+ noon paper's business and edito- + RINK 111111111111111111111111111111111111111"111111'111111

+ rial staff, it is with great pleasure +
+ that we are the first newspaper +
+ in Florida to extend con- + ..
+ gratulations.RED. + FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM E O'NEAL !

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Every Friday Afternoon School

Children Session, Girls 5c,
load of Idaho apples at foot of Boys lOc
Church street, A. C. L. track.
Come and see them. 11-24-St* ]Lady attendant to look after the

Mrs. Emma Robinson has returnedto

Orlando after spending the summer CURTIS & O'NEAL
Worcester, Mass., and is pleasantly EUROPEAN BLOCK PARTY
located at the St. James for the
]Friday Night, November 19th.
Mrs. Robinson has been
season. coming -
to this city for a number of years Insurance Loans Real Estate i

and has many friends who are pleasedto
e ; see her. She Is a great believer in Rentals

the future of Orlando and at some! Tuesday Night, Nov. 23rd.A .
future time intends to erect a hand.
good game and you will like It
some home.

There will be another orchestra
evening, :2:30::) to 5 o'dock. AND GRAND MARCH

IHI.E .INDUSTRY. WAS .THE ANNOUNCEMENTTHAT Pecans pay-Orlando pecans sellingAt November 26
toe lb.o'Qr tree
per pecan see
\V II. IJrokaw. I.ll-24.2tc: RUHR" CARNIVAL .



,-", I :
'. to the South'sBig


1 =- 4 Manufacturing Plants
P c 1

BEEN NOMINATED: ; AS THE NEXT RESIDENT; OF; '!1KI L t h e.y ftii lnllx lilF u The J. P. Stevens Engraving Co. now occupy their new

THE; SOCIETY OF AUTO IBlI.IXGINEI( ; n t i t ftve-story building, with every inch of space filled with

I t11 iuY C t: :. s t, SS ill the most modern machinery for the production of Steel

awl Copper Plate Engraved; \ 'ork.i121t .

'll ag 1 1 i: 11ii The Imprint of this well-known Company upon the

llt 1 fl envelope: of millions of wedding invitations during the

I f. past twenty-five years has made their name a household

1 I .'ark word To throughout their thousands the South.of patrons, it may be of Interest
& S SONS t to know that this is now the largest plant in the country

f ; :, b t o o/ exclusively devoted to Steel and Copper Plate Engraving.

t ti[l This establishment, too, is the very highest authority
210 S. Ave. ,
Orange ''
I. that can be consulted upon correct forms for any social

;r 1 function.

; I : Special attention is given to the production of

; Engraved Wedding, Reception and Visiting Cards. Also

= .- dry ; Monograms, Addresses and Crest Stationery.
.f _ .' Those interested should send for their samples and

Entire Building Occupied by the J. P. Stevens prices.

Engraving Company, Atlanta, Ga.iilllllilMMIIIIIIIIIilllitllllllll ,

,: . . . . . . . . . . illlMIIIMIIMMMMIIMIMIIIIIIiiMMIilI .

fh\lnHlun\ February 15th tie tPiiri t city and t "nmb pruduculh. : I IA
11'f' f tillalhCantinue4 axpualtlon:
"' : $IO i."t (tllilld; FORAGE GROCERY CO.
IQ UHh, HHt.i- The Five Uwm y SubTropical sectlon-.lc roaa: the lake I from Wan

BEARDAU[ ( rum Page 2)) iJ-Winter| Pxppaition: and ter "l'arl" lies! MaitUm), also: a heavy
ROBINSON & handle elsewhereWith the leadm! t will at Orlando exploit the advantage l shipper of citrus fruits. visit to our store will make you a

t1TTA1INh1'. 1T.h A W men of the community within the fold pf products all this, farm region crops, its, household fruits:; garden, man- Thus it will be seen that Orlando regular customer.

No 4 West Pine Sreet the rest U easy because the rank an4 ufactures, are creations, timber products has a back country ,and that it is the

file are prone to follow the leaders. naval stores, schools, collegesand center of one of the best and largest

Phone 161 Orange county is more for much than a truck pro- many other propositions and pos- growing sections of Florida. It is a Florida Stew Beef Ib.-----_______Oc Western Pork Loin, Ib._-_--____ _>::Jc
ducer of citrus fruit, sibilites, besides offering a delightful' charming home city and rapidly becoming Chuck Roast lb_.,________-_12 *-*. Slice Ham, fine, lb..v .__--____.__.. ix-
ing is done within her borders, some season of sport in approved races and popular with winter residents. Round Ib.--_--__--___--__--____He Slice Breakfast Bacon, Ib.--_____ ..
near the city limits of Orlando, very There number of fine lakes 2 Ibs loin or short cut-------___35c slice 1 Breakfast Bacon 1 Ib 100"_' ...k
in are a
& GILES much along the south shore of big delightful enjoyment Florida Pork Stew, Ib.--_-___---I5c ALL KINDS SMOKED MEAT
DAVIS second lake tertainments to the good people of within the city limits, all surroundedwith Florida I'ork Ham, Ib.__________I8c PRICES IMCHT
lake Apopka, the largest this section of the State, as well as homes of the well-to-do. Orlando 2 lbs. I'ork Chops_--___________Sic 2 Ibs. Cod Fish____------_______'.V
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW in all Florida. The county is also ad- the thousands of winter residents and has every modern convenience in the 2 Ibs. Sausage Meat-_-_--______25c lilorid: I'ork Ham, Ib.u 18*-
vancing as a cattle and hog country, this of utilities and its residents 2 Ibs. Hamburger Steak----___::2oc: Fresh E glJ--------n-------_ ,,.H'
Phone 72 tourists who come among us at way public
and more and more people are find. section of the year, and to the extent are prone to claim that it has

Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8,- ing out that all kinds of forage crops I that these folks extend the cordial the finest climate in the State; but -- ------- -
Davis & McNeil Block can easily be grown here. We ex- hand of fellowship to other folks, htey hey all say that with hardly an ex-
to print in the Grower an
pect soon also extend the best of wishes to every ception.
article on forage crops written by the other section of the State and to Orlando has a live Hoard of Trade

county demonstrator, Charles II. the various expositions they have inhand. that will gladly fend literature. It

Victor Starbuck Kaker. The lands of the county are . also has three newspapers, one daily ORLANDO ROOFINGANL
other sectionsof !
diversified, as in most
I have stated that Orange: County and two weeklies. The Reporter-Star
ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW the state; there are the good, the has all types of lands, and this is true the Orange County Citizen and the ,

medium and the rather poor, but of many other sections of Florida. At Sentinel gives information in every I SHEET METAL CO.
of the good to support twenty
Phone 161 enough what is known as the "Black hammock" issue of value to any one interestedin
times the population now living there, _
-- ----
--- -
this of Florida. --
I saw some of the finest land part - - -
No. 6 \V. Pine SI. Orland Ha and gradually the settlers are comingin it is ill wind that blows
I[ have ever seen in the State for Truly an
these lands and develop Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
to take up there has grove and garden truck. It is low i no pood. H. H. Hume, who spoke before ,
them. Until very recently and needed drainage to make it use- the Citrus Seminar at the University i- '

been no active colony company to ful, but the outlook for the water of Florida, October Cth, sees i and Rubber Roofings
but this has been' I
in ,
there, as it lay fifteen feet higher one bright spot in the citrus canker
remedied within a year or two, as Cornices Skylights Heating Ventilating M'tal Ceilings
than a large lake near by. The original situation. It has brought about a
R. RAY of the big saw mills are now-
of cooperations. People learnto
growth on this land was huge oak, spirit
ATTORNEY-AT LAW letting go of their holdings Orlando and soon the cedar, cypress and cabbage palmetto.The pull together when danger threatens. Works: 14 E. Church St. - ORLANDO
we may expect to see
muck.I .
soil is a
Room 44 mecca of the land-hungry northernerwho have mentioned Lake Apopka.Very .
is captivated by the vision of ----- -
much of the trucking of the
Watkins Block Orlando Fla. growing !golden oranges in a land ORLANDO IS FAST PROVINGITS -
---- --
------ -- ---- - ----
county is done on the lands lying
where it is always summer.
close to the south shore of the lake. NAME
Orange County is not in the war-
Further back and all around the lake
else it could not have made the
are citrus groves. The nearby townsof Beautiful"There ACCIDENT HEALTH
Worthington Blackm&nATTORNEYATLAW 1 long strides forward there is evident Oakland, Tildenville and Winter "City
throughout her boundaries. Her citizens LIABILITY AUTOMOBILEBUHGLAUY
Garden famous citrus shipping
are built on the constructiveplan are have been over 10 miles of
Ocoee, Plymouth, Apopkaand PLATE GLASS
building for down within the
and that they are brick streets put
Gotha are well known citrus communities
Phone 617 the future and enjoying the fruits oft and Windermere is city limits in the past! year, borderedon I'llOl'EUTY DAMAGE WOttKMAN'S> COMPENSATION
Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck right now, in the present, is a self. that is ,bound to be a comer. On each side by concrete side walks! ,
evident fact. Orlando, the countypeat which will be completed this winter.
worth Building. is what Home was to her outlying the eastern side of Orlando and tleautlful homes demand beautiful
and Ovledo though t believe
colonies, and the old adage, "All Geneva lit._4 Ilita 4tat.4-t4r.A-4 ,Mfrt.t t 4aelt.1t t 4ltM sidewalks and streets nhd It take
Roads Lead to Her" Is a modem, ns inai inn: territory lUlU pup'"iiuy tn the? nil three to make n beautiful city. Georgia Casualty Company
llahihiock" Inside
"lllack tome !
Phone 72 well a!*! an nhtleht trtilh. If H send fldeWnik has hoi beenput
bf, BenilHolet which was!
hew county
A year ago there Were fcottie felll- down In front! bf ytuirAw\ y \unre
staled\ Irttpcly' out bf Uranpe$ fouhlyi
edged tirOml-e! nf brick rond building tint drtlhg JrMUr rltH to1 hlrtkt the A. IIUirillNmiN IfliHiil( ,\HfHlOtliiiuliti
Paul V. Hutchins t Wlhted lark* IH t Ihe HHHn( lmmPHtlttHed ,! ((1110; ,
tilt worH-Hul\ .lMUllful.I .
tttltl Id nhe t"'tttttlt'! *! I'fHUtlful) lit tlty \
tiny hituU thai had done duly .M. l Innei( t@t' t\11l11\ U H hiitlilitKIIHIII t

AUutttey! itHtl Counsellor at Low tt little. flguHHg\ HH (he tl\il\! jots IH

htihil, I tilt, ItmtiHtee! : rnat t bf U nil Httd\ I'nit IliHom.ANiio I tiliil li WiilMm\\ ' limit( I Plump fill)

Iivi!; A M Nell IUdtt lira IlrllHil1ittll|< l tats\ Hf tlie WHIU-! SALTS fiNE FOR ; niNi'iimiiMOIIIri(' ('' '

OllliANDO, PhA t iuelkai I. Itt rnheellurnra| | bf Hi? WHFt, \IiMHHid \
Meta t Irtpfnrii' .Hit$ Hplll111e11apllII -
lit Irellfa. ntilJ II/Hen HiHHilenlNI \' AChINGKIDNEYSW1 'IIIitI 1 ptl ''hntl JIll nit nil Fleeene!< nf. t tItift t-=kO'

lbl. HH I : liK IhrilUH: IlilliHlilV ""ltH".11$..I, Ffptg WPiltI'hiini "
Dd Ft Ft Thompson\ .H. ft-W' IMHldlu\ tiara, I siifil pie\ Mil tiling t til.' Try A Sentinel "Want )
aft' 11ft' 1:1..tiw:. lit I Ittlif''ltl+ IUHI| I HHW A .ro
Dentist nits Hr Hlil liiHHiI raAtlwwa)4' i la ii /At tll9 Ii1llI4 l\\ Allot, WhWR FIP1' iWh4a1

rtlHI..IIIHItitm. ; At ins t OrijIlIUI-n.( I / tifrl+ +IfFIF ''Hint tAAJHM4" I I I II/ I $ $ I 'I

rmlirtf fl'! New "Arli ItmmHr line anti rhlp Hr ahnut ldtf ItH' Jllij

eighteen! ntilfs M a filMlHlhllf built It ;: 11:1;::: ;: II

1 lift BOOTH QNANflR brick rAi4"I" tbrPHtrh undeveloped' 1 and Meet 'Qth forget that the '4"ej"1li"e l "No A First-Class Tree |
Over Curtis & O'N A\'f1\ partially developed )lands pf Tan !and the Ie!wel, get: eluggih l an4 tloilJl1and Nursery
'I"Pine" Ca&tle and thence,, ,'r_ through.... g" thebeautifully need ft fliwbiPg pcxasoasily| flee! we t
tuiva; backache aa4 dull misery in the
wooded country, farms
headaches, rheuinatio -
itches region
DR N L. BRYANDENTIST ami orange groves, entering Orlandoat twinges, torpid liver, acid stomach, Unless Budded I
the head of the far-famed Lake sleeplessness and all aorta of bladder
Lucerne. Or start at the northernend ordera.
of the county, at the Seminole You simply must keep your kidneys
active and clean, and the moment; you from Bearingtrees
Phone 716 county line, and traverse over the feel an ache or pain in the kidney
very best cement-grouted brick road, region, get about four ounces of Jad
Rooms 2 and 3YowellDuckworth- through the prettily situated town of Baits from any good drug store here
tablespoonful in a glass of water
Bldg Maitland and the handsome little take before a breakfast; for a few days and of a known

city of Winter Park with its fine I your kidneys will then act; fine. This
winter hotels and splendid Rollins 'I' famous salts is made from the acid olgrapes

College campus and buildings, con- lithia and and is lemon harmless juice,to combined flush clogged with I Quantity and

tinuing southward over a cultivated kidneys and stimulate them to normal ;
section of great beauty and enter Or- activity. It; also neutralizes the acids
lando at the head of Lake Ivanhoe.Or in the urine eo it no longer irrita.te9,1|
thus ending bladder disorders. :I of Pro-
again, start at Apopka, the Jad Salts is harmless; inexpensive; p Quality
famed "Hill section" of the county, makes a delightful effervescent hthia-
OR. L H. RAMSDELi and travel somewhat diaganally to- water drink which everybody should take .J 4 t ic.y i
OPTOMETRIST ward Orlando for about eighteen now and then to keep their kidneys clean : a i "
thus avoiding serious complications.A duction. --0.W. i
ORLANDO - FLORIDAWE miles over the recently completed well-known local druggist says ha>
FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSK. brick road and enter the city just beyond sells lots of Jad Salta to folks who believeIn

\ND DO ALL KINDS OF Lake Fairview, between Lakes overcoming troubleLUCERNE kidney trouble while it ifmlv Conner.Trees .

ornrAi RKPATHINO Concord and Ivanhoe. Or, once more I
start at the beautiful and thrifty Con-
way section and traverse eight milesof Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
PLUMBINGSALLAS the best farming section n the THEATRE[ [ grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.

State, netering Orlando near where
& SALLAS Lake Cherokee, Lake Davis and Lake.ivingston ONE: NIGHTWKDNKSDAY !

skirt the city line.
208 Boone Street Or. finally, start at Oakland.Win-I : : NOV. :21 I II years njro in their advertising and by actual tlernonstration THE OCKLAWAIIANUKSKKIKS

Phone 597. (('r. toinlcn-Orot'f: the richest' garden : The :.Musical. Comedy 'ensationBRINGIN6UPFATHFR : : began to educate the public ay to what really constituted a real first-class

mil grove section of the! county and! I nursery tree of citrus fruit The public wlu-n ,hown in our test groves whnt could be accomplished

come in OUT the hills\ ml! enter at I I r ;I; by planting;;; trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yea, UK-:
the hfud of Lake J Iwk, ever n stoat
have not been in
MAN trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that existence -
entrancing route, now being brickt
SURVEYING AH of these new brick road, term! i five years, are clamoring "PKDIGUKED": for their strong suit in nursery proauc-

Plating. and Sub-Iivding( nuts like tho spokes of n wheel, at tion. What would YOU do in their place, :Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your

the huh Orlando. And the hub continues ( R: trees and adopt the surest method. Hut you are a HUYEIl, not a SELLER, and YOU AUK:

PROMPT AND ACCURATEWORK to go round and round! within frs \ interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your
accelerated peed! with internalmprmemtnt
time and to bring it into bearing.
in a couple of humlrei ;rl
HAL A. IRISH thousand dollars worth of brick. rond : Then do not be mislead! by claims intended for that purpose nlone, but buy your trees where

and n like amount of sewers, besides you are absolutely safe Get them from the OCKLAWAIIA NUIISF FLIES, the originators

Chit Engineer building projects in dwellings, bus of proper practices in propagation for the express! purpose of producing the one thing

nest blocks churihes and publlr' Florida heeds in the market brat=class! fruit and plenty of it.
47 Walking llldg., Orlando, Fla, structures pnrks sidewalks and. nU
Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor!! hhamel'dwork

the other accessories, to. a well order I In California has demonstrated that tit( increase of :50; per cfH can be obtained our
er and = "It .
&pro &perou ) .. ,
,1 I 'L thtin id flflhtiii tnthlpiu
F. A. PEPPERCORN; thl |III why, amid the failure! of '\-n)", over tne! ordinary meinou ttf MPtiHAtftiilnH.> >vniuCATALOGUE "I 'II 11! me I IU Ut:1I 'U "IU 'I eenia: toeomiinrisun7 ;;;

erpu.nltois| l.tU\-t't1.IAI. Orange C'otin. I ; FHEBVritp: for It %

IIUIUlHtt) : and CONTRACTOR t). Isis t.t'pnh'l'etul, in her Meat "Ij1
fIr Pfitetl'tl( ", A Unified) and t'lruIt = J
Plume'' 37 t>, t'tnnsrted.up pealdd. all wotkiftg [ -.. a to

!award a t''umllWf end', very nAttirallyalll. I .c.;:
tl.tI Itu"miuf Of he> llelfc'h e Ocklawaha Nurseries

bore and |nFit=t them in cooperative
L. Percival Hutton movements, because it la constantlydrmunaruted The Uhna'lIit laughing Hit on
that there exist nu in- O, W, Conner- Proprietor, Tangerine Florida
37 Liberty St., New York NY temal. jealoqaiea and therefore }t3 Uffurdl'rcttGlrl I

ARCHITECT a good sin that there will be noout.iJe Catchy Music Orlando Florida
envies.Thus G. G. ,
McNeill\ -Davis Building, Orlando "the Lake Kegion" of Florida I 1MUCES 23c: ;) to $1.50 ,

Florida embracing the prosperous counties of I I Seats on Sale Monday ,at Estes

Member F. A. A. Orange Lake Volusia will come, Seminole.together Osceloa in a great and Drug Store HI . . . . I . . . II . I . I . I . II . II . II U II MMMMUIIIIIMIIM."nlln . .a.;.



. J The Land of Yesterday J II

Lawton, Okla.-Six aeroplanes, Berlin.-From every part of Germany -
PRESCRIPTIONSYou comprising the first United States come in increasing number Years

An'l I would seek the country town. army aeroplane squadron, embarkedfrom complaints of the ever mounting cost

AmiJ I could green only meadow find the nestled way down.If the aviation camp on the mili- I'I of living-especially of eating-and 'the Model has baked enough hot

Back to the Land of Yesterday tary reservation near Fort Sill upon coupled with them more and more frequently cakes to pave the highway from
will probably employ a regular family physician whose
the first leg of their 450 mile journey the charge that the middleman i
How I would thrust the miles aside I I Orlando to Kissimmee and then
judgement you rely upon. Rush up tIe quirt lane and then. to San Antonio the permanent quarters is to blame, and that speculation, ,
Just where her roses laughed In pride. have some over for other county
After he has studied a case and decided just what remediesare Find her among the flower again.rd of the squadron.The I not shortage of food, is responsible roads.It
machines rose 2,500 feet and for jacking up prices to an unprecedented .
required to relieve the trouble, he writes a prescription. lie Until Blip she up aw silently mt at and the wait gate. travelled' ninety miles an hour, ar height. has served with them

hands you the prescription and expects you to have it filled by a And then-read through. a blur of tears riving at Wichita Falls, a distance of 'I Scarcely a day goes by but the food enough coffee to float a battle-
. reliable pharmacist. Quick pardon for the ..ln>h yearn sixty miles, in forty-five minutes The question is aired in at least one of i

r This time. this time. 1 would not wait squadron was in charge of Capt. Fou- the newspapers. The middleman refutes -I ship.And
Bring your prescriptions to us and the medicine will be sure For that brief wire that said "Too later loiR. I the charge that he is at fault really what is better for
If I could only find the way breakfast than
to have the exact potency and action which the physician desired. Into the Land of Yevlerday The second leg of the journey to quite as regularly as it is made, with four nice hot
-Don Msu-quU, From "Dream of r>.aat." Bowie, Texas, will be embarked upon I the result, as the Tageblatt said, that cakes with maple syrup and
We make specialty of prescription work and have unusual I
a an
this morning. The squadron has been I he more earnestly the true explanation good coffee at the trifling price
stock of prescription drugs and a splendid equipment in the way JOFFRE VISITS HIS TROOPSAS working at Fort Sill for the past four I is sought the more muddled becomes I of 15 cents?

of apparatus and other requisites which are required for the AN ORDINARY CITIZEN. months in connection with the fifth I the whole subject. Our 25 cent meals and 15
field artillery It is expected to return
scientific handling of prescriptions. in the spring I tent specials! !! nre the best to be

Our price nre never higher than elsewhere! to if you will Oats Fuel Nand 'InfotmatUn M U Mew .ITALIANS CET DAI DEI; *RAT IN had for the money. Oysters

bring your prescriptions to us you may t'e! sure of a superior Men Fa?* ,In Thu. NIMH' \%OltlINtlI'll' CI'lmtUIIt'hl1nlel"hIA. ; I TIIIPOLiIterlin"The fresh every day,

quality of servrie At the most moderate rest I ttii"h
We ask the Jirlvelepe of filling )our tireBcHitlons| and! should Opiu-r.ii. Jtwel'lt, Jiiirif., Ptettrh ft'itttitfiliiU .-An Uhprecetlehtdettirthil with WYefP ,Id."llh itll1I1\1| the:

also like tff *U"f11t"UI'| ) other drug ht'e,18, til, iihlfuHu>r In, ihltf *."inMlim'. .i 'litjr 11..1.ltf. ft, for ruins! with whkli lotnnkp hands nf Arabs!!, ttMmlihg ttt h.I.Itl'ltttl" .- -
111,1 I KII 1. $ niiiiiiiiiIlia ''
/ .,,nlill'l in lIlM I liitllfo nf II lltUtllJl'ffrM Ui| the pay toll nfhiiil 'nUhllltlt (rum nstallUnrplp, ;' sage I the
, Wl-J: (tJIVI': HA\'INOK(: CHUCKS: +awle| ."tll'4rtl'.| liMll'l III fi'KHIIt' lull" ". .plants, other ItntuMtUIiulht 1'.1111,11,11, ( O\.rllt'' New,,, A Itt'"r. TheModelCafeonions
I In, hiMhi. '* 'nun' nn rnfluu .\IIIIIItIl'.1,t '. Int'II'' bar hl't the attiplnyp+ fit Ultt1.ltIh"It'I"I,114 "Rebel( tllr"t' near I4'taan! H"'uk'
Mill I'f Hltt..i. |lice, .1'I..llit's. ' 'l.ll'l.$ $Ill-Ill'" MlltlMM ) , t working avprllma i {twenty-two' cannon and" 'ten ",14t.ltIIlJtI
\ nil, t Ilii' illMinton| ||| | ,Imlili'f.\ llillllltii t for. 'lht |pad kU wt>..".t., "J, rlnl..III, I (g the Itttlimi,, lunar! were i heavy"
f"'r ,lln (I1".t HIM fnry' hU, MUM |h.lI.. !!lIt Joyce 'today t>.I"I114I".llh.| nuluitnt |'
i | LUCERNE PHARMACY III nIt! '!i'' I Jll I 1 1'.s'Ita.l| I rtOioo( "tlot)'. J In iirepariUion for '
j I'n'"ii "haul Hitir t . mil,I, In- nod lii- i wit fr't-mU' warn uiT
duty' Iii"'It ..I tillIlium.. llulAtlvtn Illlilt III for jiay roll' purpoise' the tMcolnufe'e \\ '
ItJlNI 2 III.-... .in. "11I1111' iiinl these Iheyhrporcd during the past week wa I T Tampa S
/, wllli HjiuiiUh' |1It'I'IJt''II111,1|'| l hull and quarter tuulcs, although oth SpecialVIA ) : HATS

other kirniii; nplivM.' AN they 'began' to er coins were made in largo quanti Cllll.nKKVH: HATSWe
r> l I M M < MM M M MM IMMM < M . MM MMMM 111 MMMMIMM9MIMMIIMMMIMMMIMMMMMMMMM tout U nmtomir drew up and IfItui'ltt..L| | floe I offer a choice election of
Three or four men In civilian attire got I
out One of them I.nllit's't'lvtt Hats at $2.00 $3.00
to the
) canto over
hall fnten."Wlmt $1.00 $5.00, $6.00.
CHARIOT Atlantic Coast Line
are you doing there the Children Hats $1.00, $l$0 anti up.
utrniifvr nuked.
Our !
i styles are so JOOtI-and ourrrlt't'l
"1:tI tlmc snails fur Detroit, 1\I1C'h.-lIenry Ford, outo-
rue you can std
Standard Railroad of the South nre no reasonable that will
Proclamation yourself." one of the soldiers llnl in mobile manufacturer you
: : Thanksgiving i iWo rej> announced that find our store the best place In the
tho offh.iiul" way oldlom have wlUi he would RO to Wanhington noon and Keinaugurated Nov. l&th-lCth
"cl\IU.;' nddlnit, "If you like you mighttaste endeavor to discuss with Trenklent rity for millinery.
have full lino of dolicndcH for thnt thu""' ."
n Thanksgiving Wllnon the }plan to have the United
"I'IIU't any no to that eiclalnml Slemons'
Dinner> Ten barrels: Red Apples Grapes and Cranberries the in)'Nterlotitf vUttur. Me nUo "snr State join n conference of neutral! "Schedule-{Dally] Millinery
jrlud" wine In n wilT to nuktt J JtJftlU1I1I nations for the }purpose of bringing lv. Ar.I':4.1 StoreGLINT
direct from New York. Wu will hnvu special clerks! to HIM purrs ur the. Catnlnutt.' '' aliout, }peace In Kurope: Mr. Ford'n : II, in. Tit intin| 4M: p, m
",\It r' U' v.piiliiM1.Vh| r. OM' you announcement, war made after he had Ii.n (I. In Hunt City :iiM: |I'. ,m.
wait upon our Tlwnkilvlrnr, trmlu anti our ,1,1111'tit.rvlru get It r' had n conference with Mine. li( .IUKrhwimnior : piirjj in, I l.iiKfltiinl :il7:( p. III.
Trmu n !Hill plum you nevir brunt' :: ;: [p. lii 1\1..111I11I.. 'Iibl I I'. in.
will bring them to you on time. of," Im wn. |IId|,,1|1. "I"rI''lu lilvp.Mti....* of lIu""I.t< | who In \herein \ : ::: !I', 110".1.,, 11:11:: ) 1"", in.ll.'IM .
"1'rmn llh....nlii"' Wo fire having n Special Salo nil this week Set'hlrke .,.l. "l''I.n y"d ruiiitt from Illvrtlli &! .,., 1111111. fonfprpnce plnn., He said (tint r.ir.i\ I'i m. I'uliilkit. lot II p, in BASS
..*.T I il-t, "' '''nt',. four imnwr he was In favor of the" nuv, ,""nt, 7':11I11': m Ar Jurk'lle I I.v IMlft n. m.

i posters for prices TinKHi'nltlnii) U'l'l.' lviul'' |>itiriit' will fniinl-t df I'ullttiHh", I'HONE ITSWMtJcfftrton
"Your faster live In the. third |h I>NI.I. llciiiler'M..prvBtlofi I'nrlor <'nrn, ;\, (l', Street
tl'IItilt'\ ,'''.I"t HIM itintn rand rtitrrliiiftin L.l Vine Reclining Chttlrn yarn, f Stnnilnrd < -
tllliitfp' fnnn HIM miuth. t1ftttt1l1't her S. Helen Graves Ycntlliulrd Coarhti and' Cum luc...er te
all, It'....*.. sir, ]Hut how did you lilhtttlon Conch and lltteentre Cnro.
WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS k"nwr' Tlip young noldlt- "'M "KrrntlyiM Shampooing! | manicuring facial I and Hand Wood Company
.. The utrnniter. chuckled. 'iMnly massage Kcalp. treatment' fur
falling hair Ellen under modern
"The ttr+t time you write home," hounlil. For Information Call
Kclrnllfic My t treatment on Wood of All Kinds
"Ju"t tell your mother and fnthef given
for "same hu sati
entirely "factory *
thnt CM-tu-rnl JofTre ncniln them his tv rrnulln.' My special facial ma!' W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. PROMPT snnvicnPR1C1S
I J Our Grocery CompanyTwo Jt rd4.l wage brings back the youthful appear W. It. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.
The thttv BolillcM, rprang to their once of >our former self by develop Orlando i1S0NiU1Ll *
feet and tame to n rigid salute.r' ing the muscle' of the face, neck etc.
Phones: 3 and 200 Prices for switches of the best qualityon -- --- -- - -- --,
-- - -
application. Appointment can be
HEART GIVES NO PAIN. made by phone, 679. Hours from 9 .
6 and 8 E. Orlando, Fla.tIMIIIMIIIIIIMMMMMMM to 12 a. m.lto6p.m.

Wounded Man Watch* Surgeon Remove PARLORSYowellDuckworth
Bullet From Organ. Building
The removal of a bullet from one of Room No. 1 Orlando. Florida

.. IHIIIIIIIIHIiHammond the chambers of the heart under the Influence -
of only a local anaesthetic an 1 : INGLENOOK
with tile CAKE AND
l patient watching the operation -
N tk-KTllfd! by an army surgeon CANDY PARLOR
In the Ilrlllsli Medical JournaL

& GoreFUNERAL "The operation was performed under Delicious' Candies, Cakes, Sandwiches,
a l 11 cnl I IIII ('! goon "ciu-nlne with adrenalin being Orders taken for parties.
DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS u"eiL The henrt was exposed. Nowound
Located (in rear of Ilranrh's! BookStore
could ln but examination
iHH-n. on by Arcade Entrance Fours Sixes and Roadsters and Cars
the fllItl."t"'II' flncrr the bullet was felt Eights-Speeders, Touring ,

Real Values Low Prices at the bark nf the henrt either In the $795 to $1570, F. 0. 11. Factory.In .
I1tUcll'!' or In the chamber of th, tight!
tenlrlr t !... It was! imtlci'tl that 111n"ll'u, !Phone 6 for the Oakland you get power,with the added feeling that you
COMPARE Inllmi nf fix' licirt." caused the l11ttll'llt FISH AND OYSTEHS drive the best looking car on the road. The Oakland Northway

till ,1-nln tir dNrntnfurt tlI HMjf kltnl, Fresh! gray I Day Motor ,speeds", up to 2,500 revolutions per minute, l.Julthot la' only
OUR FURNITURE llit'iiitli I the. ritfttt ...vnoiitmlly| '" tnN .'il half the nlory of the wonderful reoponnlve' power' of the (Oakland'

(n Hull 1"'IIt.Hut( (Hut HliiM1", tide( !In-Ill', In 'hid III'|.|"|''"l-i-rti nf (flit'liijiHi fnrt l l'III 'i'iIi:1vtti.IIEI'I* \i'It I'IMIIunit ,.. ('t 0.) Four Hlxea! and' Might' .*, The' 'motor 'N! the ,imot powerful made

: ( lIuu"tt Hltt't't With 1 Its! umall bore, lung' ,utroke anti' large valve, peetl of revolu,
,*' lltlit, I Ill* -Mil aid I lllll"lp| lit Dilirlnl .
We pt.irl.le| | the quality nf ftiHtlture that tins lutttf 'teen
| Mf""II' ",.tll. 'I In' Hilli'iil', nf (-i-uiirn, will tlniH iiieniH n t'ohllnuoiH (Itisv of 'ftuwpf, It inentH not ,only, .nmoolhgnlttg ,,, ,
'by Ktuiwlhtf filtftittlre buyers' .tt. the ltttnlitlil' of IticHt. If \ -
alined' || i 'bale| (llMilltll'"lll!* '$ I ,, on the level I'oatt" but, n hill climbing, ,, ability unaupassed' / / .
Nil nutria U hvte, U 'U gauL tl tonuMit't lie heir, were UNVe lithprwl.p. "'I'lli', l-lllll-l- fife tHI|M-'st| Hint, wan''
fttti't, ,fimke I lilt |mint. "tun |.lp"rILIl| !l U dhe nf the fllllhlftllll""ltiItPIl "Ilii'll Ml In' ,I'M If.I\, |.| i HIM" fli'lllllirfN'l Add To The
nf 'thU''' |lnieillp.s. Mini, .. lli...l 'DIMM Inure'' In s HiiyMcNCIIJ. 'bliyeh Ml (lie I UI'HI' |l 'lliM-ln- |In l| 'HIM liKllll wait.. anal IllrtHH 1'1111.'
r- ---. ;; Iaouaas1" t.y rs'rs...i,r," penrnnce

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& DAVIS) BLOCK BRITISH IN STEEL HELMETS tutu) Vttlun of your home by putting

down gaud concrete Ule.. and Sixes

Corner Onmuo A\t, and Church Street., Orlando, Florida "PllddlnJ Pibh1 Haadpiacaa Make 8ol" wAlks,

users Look Lilt, Crusades. are not only powerful, they are the most strikingly handsome!
On kiiinu. i-urt- of (lie riaiuU'ra hats Our workmen are mechanics jars on tho road.1.Flyingll'edge.
from iliu ItiiiUh army nutbortt bare with experience and! ability,
begun n.rviii0' out to the men in the Lines' jive Least Wind Resistance<
MRS. MARY A. COX tiring tri>n< ln-n stet-l helmets similar to All work guaranteed to be :2.-Low Center of Gravity with Usual Road Clearance

tliot-e IntriNlucttl' by the French. The first-class and satisfactory.Call 3.-Great Strength with Light Weight
ANNOUNCESThat ItrltUIi helmet. U !*>rfectlylain and A.-High Speed Motor with Great Power
not ilfotiintfd like the French which and low
get figures
on 5.-Economy with Luxury
she has moved to baa a JrfNIllh..tt.st and a rigid crown.Thu
all classes of
ISrilNli helmet exactly resemblesa These are Oakland points of SUPERIORITY all of which are
110 Summerlin Place ludillng I i'n- .iD. It la lined with soft
found in other
no car.
light. It U: very
Convenient, yet quiet and Private, in a Pleasant Place where one can find All 1 warm. The men are sakl to be ORLANDO CONCRETE LET US SHOW YOU-THE CAR IS WAITING
that is Exclusive in Blouses, Neckwear and Novelties. ed will tin-! now jiiulpiuont I.> dt'Ugbt'l
the addctl of WORKS
sense security

110 Summerlin Place Orlando, Fla. epllnters.One reH>rt liiillet-j wi.v trill and In bomb n small sectionof :Manufacturers of Concreted i J. B. Magruder, Jr.

the trrncht" thirty men were Bn\"l( I Products
from MTlou" head wounds during/ theCrt PHONE 31
four dais of the exH.-riment[ The I 407 Long St. Phone 493 .
*),>lmci "iciido a bizarre air to the
The Right Idea in FLORENCEOil tl"ll'I'i '. vti.. wear It over the Hnlaklava I
tool, Iielin.."t, /giving: them the appear, Pansy Plants RoseBushes
Oil Stoves nnee tIt iu,:.idi-r i i The Proper Christmas Card
Cook Stoves Ifr&V iI I Petunia I

: ',"\ .. Florence! Oil tO\'K are safe, reliable.Mmj'lo Babes! .* Admit Cards. ,
F-o I r 'J- eoinvnieut, economical. Heat Ulally Baby OI.Itld".t tlI ndraNtion to PlantsLeave Is engraved to order for your personal use. We have a beautifulline
.. regulated: by a little lever No "1'\(' ctsl:...101.l l '" M-rtUe In Mont-lalr: iN.
!.'-1.' I .;tj 1i I wicks to trim no valtcs to leak. A cla-: "* J.) rlnircti .m.t! 1.""" wonu-ii e-e thr! of samples and have taken several orders during the past
1\ : c bull*. eye" alwajs ho9 you amount of with the I prl< ,- In onie IwJiina: n your orders here ..
lA ,-: ''I .tllrls:1 :' oil in tank. borrow "baby. 'week.
.. No other ptove Florence Oil
1k I :,, ii.:J1 .' i Stove.. In reliability approach an.ll'Conomy-ln the 'It'* an HI Wind. It is a pleasure to show you these beautiful samples even if

Intensity of heat, \torkilonc by gi\en Carthiunkc: restored diamond ring: .Violet Dell Florist order.
do not
of oil In their low I you
quantity hiitir -burner.I cot: of !'jciot lust\ months ago; at Dixon. CaL It habeen .
an I'l'r behind picture, and quake shook
.llf norence Stoves: and Ovens are It out. W. S. BRANCH
t'r-Burn llieb AlltUIUaI&1 line: t"LORESrt :..',IlafaIItl'l'd.r J. M. CARUTHERS I ,

Phone 599. 408 South Lake St. THE ARCADE BOOK AND :MUSIC STOREI

. \ .


MANIA'S AID? TAR DIES'; noon. The party U composed of Mrs. :! ORDER'; PLANT The General Electric company baa
I Washington, D. C.-Co-operation of I several war contracts.
London.-The Corriere della Sera Joseph Clapper and two sons, of Jas.
of Milan, as quoted by the London the public in the handling of the Washington, D. C.-Increases in the per, Mich., )Ir, and Mrs. J. I* Dun. Lynn, l\IasB.-After warnings in an
Times, says it learns from the Russian Christmas mails is sought by Post production of coal tar dyes in the bar of the same place, R. Sebring and unsigned letter that one of the factories GERMAN LINES ARE GROWING
frontier that a flood of German master General Burleson, who in anticipation United States since the beginning of I mother, of Blissfield, Mr. and Mrs. of the General Electric com- THINNER
gold has been poured into Roumaniafor of another record break. the European war are reported in an Will Hagerman, of Adrian. They left pany would be blown up, the police
purposes of corruption.For ing rush of holiday parcels today sent official statement to day by the bu- I on November last and made the tripat searched the plant and found a quan- Petrograd.-Russian military ob-
financing the German propa- out instructions to postmasters for reau of foreign and domestic com- an easy pace, averaging about a tity of nitro-glucose, sulphur dioxide servers are finding frequent indica-
ganda in the Roumanian press $5- the quick and effective dispatch and merce, and almost all the American hundred miles a day while on the and other materials used in creating tions that the German lines on its
000,000, it is stated, is known to have delivery of such matter. coke ovens are now equipped to pro-I road, but they stopped at various explosives. :The materials were sent front are growing increasingly thin.
been spent by the German treasury Persons are advised to do their duce the coal tar bases from which ;points. They followed the Dixie high- to the state chemist. Officials of the There are furnished by reports from
outside of newspapers expressly Christmas mailing early. Mr. Burleson dyes are manufactured. Meanwhilethe f way route. They experienced no engine company tonight said that extra pre- the fighting lines, notably from the
for this work. is confident that if the public whatever but not cautions were being taken to guard sector northeast of
founded or bought demand for the same bases for the i trouble, were Riga.
Enormous numbers of reviews and will aid to that extent the holiday manufacture of explosives has kept so fortunate with tires. They are en against strangers entering the plant. As an instance, it is stated that in
so-called humorous papers, the Cor- mails will be promptly and efficiently prices so high that the dyestuff industry -I route to Orlando and left today for <, United States secret service men I capturing the passage between two
handled. and the police today began an investigation marshes the Russians found the sole
riere del Sera states, are supportedby has been hampered. that place.
the Germans. Roumania in addition Placards urging the public to mail "The present production of American i of the activiies of wo men defenders of the position to be two
is being flooded with hundreds of parcels early will be posted in all coal tar dyestuffs is at the rate Advertise in the Sentinel. \in a building on land adjoining the Germans with machine guns.
thousands of tracts and pamphlets by postoffices about December 1. Par of approximately 9,000 short tons per
bear the words --- -- - ---- -- --
cels mailed early may "
the propagandists.Two annum, the statement says. "Six-
new German papers have been "not to be opened until Christmas. teen months ago the rate was 3,000
started at Bucharest and one at Jas- Postmasters are advised that clerks tons. It is now confidently expectedthat Turkeys TurkeysFor
and carriers be required to work
sy. A well known magistrate was offered may by the end of 1916 the output
month to overtime during the holiday season, '
$10,000 and $600 a will reach 16,000 tons.
although not to the extent of workinga
harangue pro-German meetings.
Statesmen and scientists who are hardship on them.U. .
fighting this "corruption," the Milan a.
paper says, have the army with them, S. MAY ASK KAISER TO PUNISH ,
St. Augustine, Fla.-Four Fords,
and are resisting the "German on- FUGITIVES For
slaught." conveying a party of ten from Mich- .

Washington, D. C.-The state department -
"AMERICA COULD within the next few days
END THIS WAR." may instruct Ambassador Gerard at I Convinced"Yes Thanksgiving BIB Thanksgiving
(Springfield (Mass) Republican) Berlin to call the attention of the Ger-
," said the specialist, as he
"To think that America could, end man government to the fact that offi- stood by the sick contractor, "I can I;
this war if it wanted to!" This sen- cers have broken their paroles and left cure you." _
timent was heard over and over againin the sea raiders now interned at Nor- "What will it cost," asked the sick

Germany by an American corre- folk. man"Ninety-five faintly. dollars."
spondent of the New York Evening It is believed that Germany may
"You will have to shade your pricea
Post. "Your country," one woman advise this government that the action little," replied the contractor. "I '

told him, "is the one big nation thatis of the officers will receive no got The a better specialist bid from stood the pat undertaker.on his price" IT'S ONLY A MI 'TILL THANKSGIVING'
not taking part; it ought to step in support by the admiralty and that and hi, competitor got the job.
and say, 'This fighting must end. If they will be court martialled when We are specialists in our line of
it said that the fighting would haveto apprehended.The work and sanitary conditions prevail.It .
stop. This sentiment has been state department is not expected will pay you to stay on the safe

expressed over and over again in our to ask the German governmentto side. Have ordered Turkey? We
own country, and it springs from take any action in the cases of the Orlando you your
emotions so sincere as to command sailors who escaped. They were not
respect, but perhaps too intense for under parole, and their escapes will have a select line of home stock this
clear thinking. What this German simply subject them to recapture and Steam LaundryFRENCH
woman had in mind was unconsciously confinement on the vessels if they are the
but don't wait until supplyis
revealed when she went on to say: apprehended.The DRY CLEANF-RS year,
"We Germans will fight to the very LAUNDERERS
last man. But in France-it must be want ad's the tblD PHONE 88 exhausted?
terrible. It is the allies, then, that
ought to be compelled by America to ---

cease German their prowess.insensate Probably resistance it is true to PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW!

that by throwing its weight to one i
side or the other the United States
by its great economic resources could
shorten the war, but the sure thingis We have any size you want, and the L"I
that the war would be widened. I
But to end the war by threateningboth
price is right.
great alliances is not possibleeven I
for the United States, and the
illusions of many good people on this I

subject would be need may overwhelmingly to be be given dispelled.that for America But stop-assurances I 9 We also have a nice line of Chickens (for Thanksgiving!

ping the war if it could do so; "war

profits" would count for nothing. Pumpkins for Thanksgiving Pie


New York. Relics of Washingtonwere
for the
sold yesterday from the libraryof $950.00, F. O. B. Orlando Oysters

John E. Burton, of Milwaukee, in
the Anderson galleries. J. F. Drake Are Here. Let us show
paid $265 for the account ledger of you
the estate kept by Lawrence Lewis, .
one of Washington's executors from 1 This Wonderful Car
1799 to 1839. I

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

++ Sentinelant ads. are the ++ !, PALMS AUTO CO. 1.1. SELF S COMPANY i Y

+ "Jess Willards"of the Publicity +

++ Ring! ++ : N. Orange Ave. Phone 400 :

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Turkeys Cranberries Celery Oysters

Chickens Ducks Geese


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

at prices that are most attractive *


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




I'I I BY PEOPLE 1'or \'i'i.' yt.lTES c1'or I I

I 1'or One Day 1ttTES___. f SENTINEL WANT ADS ARE READ 10,000 \ __ $;

There llays .::::=:

I r FOR SALE-23 acre, northeast. 1 i H R. BERRY<
This! land will make the prettiest :
subdivision in the country Has good ( L !
road on two tides, covered with big I
oaks. Has electric wires running

through property. A bargain for a r A complete line of Ford Accessories
quick! sale. Address Box 659.

I 11-1'J-Ctc ; a staff of expert mechan-

FOR RENT ics to render satisfaction In all I

._ *
1 tort: RfcNT" Attractive businessroom. Just lines of Automobile Repair -
SAKJUAflI10TF.I. t1 MutmL eta e tdNbEttt1At tEN. pHmary H-H-U Real Estate Work Vulcanizing Oils nhd fine lot BS) ) ft by 130 !r tl an

hoots Flfrst llethodlst t crujtehj; t ttle22i dn ,. ri1bh bt tall 14 East Jatk!;hrt I, I
tU-U ttr a. West Sit $2200.
s{t pet! (

-11 11run Milt\t t HlJrU-Utfef: - )tM.tt'rtltl-- -1prtHopi --- UUttts\ ; AM! BfellfeltS::

li 'il I Hitllht Uh I'lUnlt' !! fHliilHt t "' t
IH. :Mi NtH t Hfhlitt nVbhub. ,I (\Hti 1t1. t tilt ItJ i'' HrilHhW! ita!II I For Nine Year{
11 ail I :tt\feb: Iii It pFttfllGii(i ,, iw1H lfJltlltNI ItJiif

I IIIl1 1l'tI' I ilhlrlthl' IHHIII/ wllllaibh / 'JIII\I \ I !I Jn J\\! tIt WM\\ IIHVP\ lirn in IHWHPO' Ht \tHt4\\ C A HOVEY I
HAM* It.llrH' I' iFf i H-alit-----1 !11:
I;II ) t F! ;il'l'HIM'';ill IHI l H> HX-ltMH rt lMtiMrt\h| _.! \U--H illHGWT J \ ; \Pflmi\ toFaUfltii; tjnrn ;F nf onlh

l'1I1fI""H! | il'tY l t IIV H"lIa| rt ''Irtlt k M'l:i' # t l1ftHp GN1lp3tn Hff = Main ami 1 PlmFPh i Streets-! t
HR-- H
--A thud| hltrtf: Opa. f. I IiUmp ,
\ I glow. tt t A14I4faa iii[ \
('I(W )HH>|HH| +f4'1i'+ icfn f' f 111IHt\ :
\ t: nmlt) ('1t$ ,, I! +t $H!\I "Hr t tFNItbKhslJil4 fl1r"I.IIItf, l ll 4"JWh:\ IHH\ HIIHI1- 1+- t t HiMns Urn _ _ i'hnnttArIHntln' ??6Jading
: IH 54Ip4rltplrh' +111 tt hklll i id.4sd. m vj tuH iFn \ii i tae4te4 Jilt; --
IIAnsi .I UitingHeps.
lUteWpss' vf ) . . .
'1.4be IH4tdins 1 f MAKP \
incatiult; ia4r I thine fur h i
: ., : + Mi: All\ 1 1 ewrV'ntn Repair Shop 1.-
r tins rtl J$:i i t f""uh4lei' h\.ll-\= it prPspjr 4S, gr lYpiert,amen Applyto citron\. tries lh* 2J2: :. J
mplettrl t \.If 1VuVemuer m- anteed j fur! ,pric-ps.
will I If et+.. .I"'_ hate 1 4tter.p4rt.4 .'".. ..::4tga ,.1aim1iC Wsi: \. ry, Acuee, Fa.) IA'31-JmocIsriivereJ = and Garaga. ;

pritI ;and aiterms M smaller IQ hunga1uw'suit\ pmtlwaJjavt Kith es. I FOR RLNT Nicely furnished. ;" rooms t every J1ay-thler T. Hull Spring& 1 L.iimher L,vtlife and SI1il1.g"les
e-halt See phone fieo. t
Water. or
; aUu e\erul fmnUhciJ! roouia fur in new, modern !home; )
fiU I Anderson street, near St. Company, Rock IJuilding. Phone 105.
Address Kentucky Jon| e block from
rent.palmer street Orlando. Phone tibO. I Luke's hospital. Reasonable rates for 10Kitfc.NOTARY. . ,v! x t 4fis., its, fir r' i. 1 ,

U-IHmo.: I the season. 40G Margaret street. PUBLIC, with seal. I make
i t0-29-tt I deeds, mortgages,
--ialty of
a sp
.\ $3,500 HAKGAIN I leases contracts, etc. Price very teal -
Ten acre young grapefruit grove I FOR RENT Furnished pleasant I sonable. Mrs. II. B. Leake, 45 East
two and a half in bearing new four suite of light housekeeping rooms, Pine street. Phone 179. 11-9-1moc
bath, chicken -
and garage
room cottage electric
floor bath in connection; -
and houses; one mile from I on first ; I Sentinel,
yards if Subscribe for the morning
otf brick road. lights and telephone; garage ORLANDOCement
limits just I
city North
desired private family. 312 cents week delivered.11ARRA1N .
OWNER, P. O. BOX 676 ll-6-lmc I main street.; 11-2-lmo*',110 a

FOR SALE-Three good tots on I FOR RENT-By the season, month, RESIDENCE PROPERTY.- Agatite Plaster and Lime

Ridgewood avenue near Lake Eola. or year, one upstairs flat for light i' OWNER NON-RESIDENT
Will sell separate if desired. A bargain I housekeeping; also other rooms, and. AND MUST SELL IN 15 = .
if taken at once, as the owner garage, electric lights and hjith in. ---
needs the money. Inquire at 6 E. house. Apply 300 East Conc rd ave.910tic DAYS. WILL PRODUCE
Church street. 10-301m' NET INCOME OF 10 PER
r _______

FOR SALE-Model 27 Buick; good FOR RENT-Rooms; large, airy up- CENT. located corner of
condition. Write Box 567. stairs bed room, recently papered, I property
9-23-tfc nicely furnished, twin iron beds con- Magnolia and Concord Avenue. Rightin
venient toilet and bath. Also kitch- the center of the finest residential MUCH FOR
FOR SALE-Dwelling, six rooms, enette and use of dining room. Nicely section of Orlando. Lot 85x90; resi- YOU WILL HAVE

practically new, nice condition with located. Reasonable rates. Ad- dence built one year, and containstwo
lawn, bearing citrus fruit trees roses dress "Landlord care of the
and shrubbery; near Lake Eola; very 11-16-lmoc apartments of four rooms each;
desirable location. $4,000 terms modern in every respect. Owner has
Address "Owner," Box 33, Orlando, FOR RENT-An Apartment of four agreed to sell for $4,250. Terms

Fla. 11-16-lmoc nicely furnished rooms separate 1,000 cash! balance in 3 years. WHICH TO BE THANKFUL

FOR SALE-Fifty White Leghorns bath new, house hot water very, electric desirable lights; ,adults gas; I This is undoubtedly the best buyIn

young hens pullets few cockerels.!! only. 604 Magnolia ave. 11-16-tfc Orlando today. For full particulars
If sold at once, 60 \
Guaranteed pure. - see the exclusive agents.
cents each for the lot; smaller quanti- FOR RENT-Large pleasant roomstwo COOPER & ATIIA
tle, 75 cents. R. It. Brock, Oakland blocks from kola park; board
*1"1J. 1l.18-ta. if desired; private family. 205 Liberty .. __11-& South Orange Avenue.. .. Thanksgiving Day will be a day of real joy and thanksgiving for Mother, too, if a Gas

FOR NT-Two connecting fur street ll.2J.6t 11.H.l: Range cooks your dinner. The modern mother knows thnt gas cookery has done away

fire place and FOR nF.NT-.a rooms. and
nishcd front room;
bath; new huu,,,. 403 S. Vest street bath room. Apply At the leader! with the unnecessary! complexion-ruining heat of the coal or wood range
11.18\' Gt' Department Store, corner Church nnd .
I Boone street. llaiatcrun :. TWO) FOU CJ'irIIUNI! SA...:

FOR SALK OR RENT: -Nlc_ home i .... ..
I. hnve. .. .tor. mile nt
h h ed iurlight twn
furnished, ten rooms, bath, icplnirporch IlLNT-I. urns rooms The nuuACA
: well located; only two blocks houpekeeplng. Five minutes the price of one are located i>n lot 7H If You Cook On A Gas Rangeyou
with depthof
from business c"ntorJ.; desirable neigh walk from the pastolTlce. Apply' to foot front facing east n
borhood.! Apply F. u. Rush! J. S. 1'omeroy, ut postotflce. Adults 1H5 fret number 4011 Magnolia
only. 11.21Sit'FOR avenue, ,between Livingston, and A me
U.Q.tfcFOR IU. The section of splendid home,
HALK:--One new IBltt touringcar ltF.NT-3 suites of new 1I ht.houllpk'plng .. with grand old oaks arching the reeve more than your personal appearance. MONEY you save because gas is the cheap fuel TIME
with nil conveniences streets. .
wll\lbhlt'hlaflllnmp" rooms
A bargain.body, top Act, quick. Ford! Oarage, ) pleasant neighborhood, !tnear The modern 2 story house has on you rave because a gas range reaches the "right heat" in a few minutes, stays there, and doesn't die
South Orange avenue 11-13-tfc Eola; jwrkj a sunny, 'homey'pIneel first Jloorj parlor, living, room dining
20'J 4 1-2 block from poBtolTlce. room, kitchen 'jiantry, toilet and lav. out at the critical moment. LABOR you save because simply turning on the gal starts the fire and
street. 1-21-61 large living porch on the front
FURCauliflowet BALB 307 East Pine story
Celery and .Lettuce I'lanli and Ride latticed tear porch. keeps it Ut. WORRY and UNCERTAINTY you save because!' you cast rely on the gas range to keepa
WANTED On the second floor are :3 Intpesleeping
thousands, of choice plants
1 have rootns ench having enameled linking*!'.
heat and produce invlrlabty good
for sale and. ready hoW.t'"l1tfhs Invntorlr, piped for hut and rolilwater. Constant
thousand! cauliflower\ WANTEtVWhllevornnn: took tot Is nUn t>*lrit largescreenedIn '
.1-het ttti!
.I. .. t..
h. II flfrol flii q heel nn'nrr nvce. with
pinuifl Twenty-fit< t UiiiU'Hinl. relety ", ..llth.1. tJh sal."ll'n.'tl,;<"2 II t-iil-I1I' ''phtllljth folHi"I'JI"l"IITII? \th"l p fnliilljr! rnmn The Come in and investigate
One hutulml tliou i U, Inl gr, Item' nitty
Imth limit!
At, ilitMV.! i'. IHIBIPtthrmil.: . tint WANthllPUliMttlnlhl: : work, sir pltnlttelpi fltulM, all tttitdPHl nttljeanttary
it' ia.i2 / 1t. I y.. it. NU, a hush! |||nth by U liti.....lli,.">!i college thnliiiW tile !
AiMi t's. 1111! NVp! l t'hit Il'It. itriiitp 'Ill,* rlntep I I" It**!* I'rtlHleil. HUH' |11"-
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I hnve nltpf' ,,, )alt IIII y liP city I fur MI'* tit' 'ii-itl': I urn \MviitiMMll g tsF5 Hill tin' +I glary 1IIIIIHIIIIIIWil ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
n'II''. P.1I I Ii, II, 1. tpahe I ...it ttI-\: -t'I'H' ( ,|' III'ltlitliltinl\ti|'| %)| \ flip IIlIl-i ti, f lap naraesnPy.1111(I fur \Itnmt p tifoil| I fIll yni|
shoat. fir.. lua. I Il llll Nhy 1 I' uha. Ito, h _Ira,1' Mini HHfHMlUlii"!, I Mill |i Kill fMM! tO lion ,tilt $ IIIHI-li|
IA--.1w,11un" \ ,, ,1".t "i\\-t, Mrs, "11'yominirdinsures
\ 4t tn Il-t yuq the lotiHtinn so near the GAS DEPARTMENTMMtMIMIMMIMMMMMMMMM
= - : IG n 'I.w111ala "la4.t .'jflll sth'aat. rtiniul; I- of spare rouiu utAlway
HIM" N.U.l.Vr' IIAHUAIN Phone I7N.' ''IH h-dw-Imo' in detik -
11"110.1 I'riceli-
Or will, lent ciauplalaly' | '"Wi.I .- e I\tn__ ._ or :. care ... rein lllrt...- t-'IIrUiI""J --
u tau
new, ,inotl\; ;rn" and ttrttcU\ home; LOST tire house and occupy during the
retry laws l and' shrubbery, near hike\ I tourist reason the 3 room cottage on II U
Jl.iU: ; two stories, rive roams, bath, ,.OST-Rmalt open faced trh an the premises in the rear, you would! .
screened sleeping poich' rind summer pin, between Lake Lucerne and the derive a rental by which the property -
dining room. Ail-lit-ss lv\ner, Empire; hotel. Monogram L. B. L. on could be made to pay itself out. -
SU7, or call at 312 Broadway.11-10-dw-tf hack. Return: to Orlando Bank and There is a garage barn and chicken --- " " . MIliM
Trust Co. and receive reward. house etc. Fruits of various .. "
-- 11-3-tfc kinds, everything right up to now and
SELECT NURSERY: STOCKSourorange just a little above the ordinary in
and grapefruit seedlings. .
Apply at T. ilahby's, Ilia\\assi, or MISCELLANEOUS I I many does ways.It not require much ready
liy mail to C. Yictoreen, star route. small cash payment from

ll-13-12t* ST.Itll.PAI'F.R I will HAXr.lNT.T'nr nnner_, uiuiiiui 5" I I money responsible; a parties will secure the I
FOR SALE-Horse, buggy and har size room. Over 500 selections to ; property.The price is 6300. A bargain at SOUT"" APOPKA CITRUS
also at ,
ness. Horse is beautiful Kentucky choose from. I do painting that .
bred bay. Fearless, safe for lady to I Idrh'e. reduced prices. Phone 2(1i1, or drop : figure.E. c. -. .ot.XG.REAL ,
Bargain. Address V. II. me a postal and I tell: do thf rest. I ESTATE
Palmer, Route 1, one mile out on Conway G. C. Schultz, Box 3S5, Orlando. ', Room 10, McNeill & Davis Block. FLORIDA
road. 11-18-Ct 1-10-31-lmo 102.tfci
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FOR SALE OR TRADE for good Umbrellas uncovered and repaired '
automobile, 10 acre tract 7 acres "while you wait." ax Young's Repair i
cleared and under fence, fruit trees 5 Shop, 21 E. Pine St. :
room house irrigating plant, barn and Best and Promptest .
6 miles from city on rick . .1 : : n. anrl:J
garage HULL CO. nf
** nf GEO. T. I. All l urapefruit -
d ocQ "irade, care varieties range
AdSentinel -- tne : ::
road. '''''' 11-18-lmoc Phone 105. Rock Bldg.. Room 3. Auto LiveryService
Orlando, Fla. Call and sec us if interested in real ,
SALE-Lot--in-north-- estate. Buy, sell or exchange prop- I Trees in fine condition at the very lowest
FOR attended to.
of city. For sale at sac- erty. Rentals carefully i .
east part
rifice if buyer will build. This lot 11-9-lmoc prices :: :: ::
has all city conveniences. Address
WILL EXCHANGE desirable building -
Bow.659._ lots east side as equity on 5-PASSENGER
small cottage. Call 34 Church street.
FOR SALE-A good five room house, 11.23-Gtc
in fine condition, in good location;
hot'and cold water; three lots; a bargain AT CHRISTMAS will be proud ---- ---
for quick buyer. Call at the to give photographs if made atEvans' BUICK CARWe

Summerlin. 11-20-tfc No. 102 North Main, one block
north of court house. Make the "appointment List and lowest
Send today for Catalog Description
FOR SALE-1 bedstead and spring now. Phone 125.1123lmoc ,
and 10 head laying hens; a bargainif call anywhere at any time
taken before Friday. Apply John prices to the above address
ll-23-3t BRING YOUR CHILD-I am preparing ,
Trott, 103 Ilillcrcst avenue. '
; a great display of children's Gordon's Transfer Co '
FOR SALE-Eight acres velvet beans photos for the fair. Want every i
and corn, heavy crop and easily child. No cost to you. Every child
gathered at a bargain to quick buyer. I eight years and under negatives made 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 niMM

Jno ll-23-3f B. Harr Pine Castle, Fla. free Howard's on Wednesdays Studio. and Saturdays 1-11-16-tl HAULING OF ALL KINDS .riMMIIIIIIIIilllttlMHIIIMMIMIIIIIIIIMIMIfMIMIIilinilMlttli



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Roses for December planting. Order
now. W. H. Brokaw. I-ll-24-2tc

Prof. W. W. Yothers left yesterday
0 afternoon for Wauchula'where he will
spend several days. .
-t Don't forget Thanksgiving dinner.
Astor Cafe. l-ll-24-2tc
!! a ,
.--- ==--= Mr. S. 1.. Johnson of Sanford was
--=- among the business transactors in : Prepare for
; Orlando yesterday.Just .
To Our Friends

received a few nice geese
Order early if you want one. H. M. "
=- -='" Self & Co. Phones 80 and 610.

==-- 1-11-24-ltc 1U( AUTUMN
i= Thanksgiving brings forcibly to the j"mind Mr. W. H. Craig a well known resi-

:_ of the Officers of this Institution == dent of Philadelphia, is spending several -

that the marked success we enjoy is largely = 3 days in Orlando, a guest at the
= due to the confidence reposed in us by !:=' San Juan hotel.

M our customers.We ;:.!
All accessories, 5 per cent discount
We would indeed be very unappreciative ''s for cash. Cook Automobile Co. saving a definite
did we not avail ourselves of this opporU amount each week. We

tunity to thank you, and to express our __ Mrs. S. Frank Phillips one of Pine
appreciation of your valued patronage. Castle's estimable ladies, spent yes- have several plans. Letus
terday in Orlando greeting friends
and shopping.Cut explain them

g THE 5" jj
flowers for Thanksgiving. Roses
STATE BANK and carnations. Violet Dell Florists
408 Lake street. Phone 509. J. M
OF Ji Caruthers. l-ll-23-3tc
x- Mr. C. A. Emmert, of Swickley, Pa.,
ORLANDOMaxwell has arrived in Orlando to spend the Peoples National Bank"It

< ""-;;; winter, as has been his custom for
; several seasons. Is A Pleasure To Serve You"

Wanted to buy fresh cow, giving
3 to 4 gallons daily. Give description
and price. C. F. Ward, Winter Park
I M1-24.3US

t i--., --
Mr. and Mr, t:). Woodsum, of New
York, are among the recent arrival
in Ofl fldd. They are making: their
home at the San Juan hotel l during
their sojourn\ in the fit)',
RIDE in lI mmk'l! Jitney hue
hour, 13 mile fer aQ@ tI=:::iI=one tfe1)r. ......................................................I..II..A&- - - - . . . . .

E K Prince an4! daughter, Mr?, MMMMeMMMMMMMMMMJUST. .. .... . . t1ra .... ..
hula p. Hill, of Conway, were among
the well known residents of Orange .
At a bargain. $200. Come quick. county transacting business in Orlan.
do yesterday

Savings checks are good as gold.
Ask for them whenever you buy any
Haynes-Hupmobile Salesroom thing! ll.IMf I RECEIVED

Mr. L. D. Jones, manager of the *
Florida Citrus Exchange, with headquarters

Ross of Florence in Tampa Villa, and were Dr.among J. II. Some of those reliable STUDEBAKERS, 40 Horse

terday.the prominent visitors to Orlando yes Power Touring Cars

Cut flowers for Thanksgiving. Roses $960.00 f. o. b. Orlando
and carnations. Violet Dell Florists,
408 take street. I'hone c.o). J. M.
Caruthers. I I.l 11.2J.ate:
Mr*. Martha Wilson, who has been
attending the State Sunday Kchoo
convention in Miami, spent several
day In Orlando with Mm. C, V. Cald. San Juan Garage Company
well at the Hummrrlln house, In
New Ford Home route to her home In Tampa. .

Now Open 18-18-tf Ride Hamrlck'i jitney bus, 6c. Orlando-Daytona .

209.11 South Orange Avenue Mr. C. F. Gray, of Dublin, Ga., has
Telephone 386 arrived In Orlando and accepted the
position as I local baggage master at
the A. C. L., succeeding Mr. M. E.
Pope who has returned to his old
18-New 1916Fords place in the freight depot. 111111..11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111' .. ..111111111111111111.

on the road. Place your order now, H.Fish M. Self and&: oysters Co. received 1-10.6-tfc daily. I illilllll . . llllllllllllllr.....

and avoid disappointment."Make .
Mr. J. T. Cuppett, the popular proprietor
this Ford Home Your Ford Home." of Pine Castle's up to date hotel Who Will Be Your Executor?
; "The Pine Crest" was among the
F. G. RUSH representative citizens from that section
transacting business in Orlando

yesterday. Your estate may be materially impaired as a
direct result of the appointment of an executor '
Savings checks are accepted as cashin or trustee.
the savings department of the
Peoples National Bank. 11-11-tf When an individual is appointedThe :-
financial responsibility is generally weaker. tl'
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Johnson arrived fCa
in the city recently from their It is usually provided in wills that the person
summer home at Storm Lake, Iowa, nominated to serve as executor shall be excused
to spend the winter. They will be located from giving bonds. t
The Right GiftIt for the season at their pretty When surety bonds are supplied, it isat the ex #1 1 o
home, 411 Concord avenue. pense of the estate, and then only partial secu

la such an easy matter to choose the right gift nt Ride Itamrick'a! jitney bus. 6c. lily against loss! Is! provided. a
I$-.//il-tt When ft Trust Company is selected I- ,
Biorc=particularly If you shop early.Hlght L

now b the best time of nil=the stocks are com* Dr. A. J. Taylor Is hunkered : The positive U secured advantage, of stfohi financial feepbfUibUity t
plete, the new thing are In, we Imvd time to gly u the among the prominent winter feculent* I q
,survlce we like to, and you can chose!' unhurrldly. who have recently arrived in Orlando : A bond which hAS behind it the entire financial'
strength tit the Institution i 18 alwayt filed with
after an all summer alienee. The :
There'* a lot of comfort in choosing. 1 leisurely? -there's the 'rebate Court .,
Itolt'tt l hd I'een' spending, hU time in : H "o rM ie the lllts, ;
satisfaction ami 1 there'? profit. You can choose the right (IHilo(Ye Maine, : Answer Ne :9 I will appear in a tubnequentef issue = -
gift for each one null right now \shen you have the pick this newipaper. 1 1t
of the stock you\ can frequently\ save money Cut flowers t Hose :
and! carnation. Violet lieU Florists,
The first .
l gift to go are the most Attractive, medium 4Gd take I street, I'hone 50!), J, M. Come .in any time And freely Mk for further i t
priced anew Caruthern 1 lU333toHOSE ::: :
information on this vitally important subject t
IIL' IIES You are always welcome, ana our office*) are al.
Ready to plant.' Call phone 509. ways glad to advise.
403 Lake street. Violet Dell Florists.
J. M. Caruthers l-U-23-6tc

T. H. EVANSJEWELER Doctors The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

liiiekiiiiislrr< & Brimdiigc( ; Orlando Florida

Personal instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Still :. Capital, Surplus and Profits 141000.00
at Kirk viUe, Mo. .
ItiiMMMMMMMIMIMIIMMM 132 S. Orange Ave., above People
National) Hunk Phone 678.
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