Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00570
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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 25, 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: VID00570
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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CABINET INTO IMMEDIATE + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Rich Thanksgiving Thoughts + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + GRAVE CONCERN


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Celebrate TodayForeign pastors of the various Orlando churches were asked Eat, But ExerciseEnjoy

Getting Tired of Delay-Big I yesterday to contribute a short Thanksgiving sentiment for
born Americans who will today's Sentinel. The Rev. Father Fox did not have time to Thanksgiving dinner.
Movement German Troopsin celebrate their first genuine impress prepare an article, as he departed on an early afternoon train Thanksgiving the best and most significant
Flanders Is ively serious Thanksgiving day will for Kissimmee. The following noble thoughts from the holiday on the American calendar -

Report number millions this year declares teachers of God's Word are filled with inspiration: was made expressly to be enjoyed -
t the New York World. THOUSANDS[ STARVING ON
| and I shall tell you how to en
. t. . . . . . + On this Thanksgiving day approxi- "Thanksgiving A National Festival"by joy it, says Dr. B. F. Roller a noted WEST COAST AND AMERICANS .
mately ten millions of unassimilated, ,
HEAVY MOVEMENT TROOPSAmsterdam athlete. Everybody else will tell you:
+ unamalgamated alien residents, a Don't eat too much; don't overload THREATENED
+ Nor. 24.-Aeeord- great many of whom hitherto had buta The Right Her. Cameron Mann. 1). D. Hishop of Southern your stomach; be careful Thanksgiving '!

Ink to reports front Ghent there + vague conception of American ideals Florida day hot to do any of the things PREPARATIONS[ TO MET[ SITUATION
i. ;tnt Uttmllt activity In flanders. + add citizenship, and often Valued Thanksgiving day hold n unique position In the Christian which are so likely to ruin your stomach -
Nw Merman dftathmfnt! 4 them lightly* will dedicate themselves yeah U stands IN that yeah butt speaking strictly It I is tit!! you a headache bt dome
to1 the tof their not OP It U Is a festival llu be kept by people who Naval hint;
ate bald t la bt t)''*sln< through 4 country adoption and are hot bthef Ihcohtehlthct. t HI tell yttll blrettfdUtlltfil IttHtdtdHi
dally btl thHf fiat la (the' hunt. will renew their fallegtahcfe ttt AhifcH- Christiana even! in hawe.: If they are believers in it Persona! how yUti cah get the! rHOst!! but bt ''hlttoU'li i'llHIUH Of e'td"tt'
4bpXalioHH raH HUt ttAhl dud Wlib rule* the Universe, !! Mitlrty antl rHttk It aH
intHtllun( aft t that ttHpbitaht brrttH -
aft l'htfltHh About t Ikt*; tilt blff tliefefuFeIliankogivmtf, !: i N justifiably!: \ NATIONAL. (e h ; It) If! Ibhg fHtt HttIHftt. \4Illi+tit I'Dlhilltf' h I II

. . . . . . . tefibf! ; DttH :1 titkJfila! / d bill tivai uftieiKl J= bv \the slate=in a "PUM!: t! and\ way\ (that\ lil+ItIIt+f it i H! mi fj tltHf! (6( !MefllifH nfly I I'8itfttilSViiehiPktitA "
Irtht filtH IH nUtufy (itlilt Mft! Ins! t'I' Flatlhitd JUIF ltiat@F> 6all I be.) sf the pet} lltin i e? UN fiRV tlti!tf',

htFHR N"I: 10 (iFFFfB: n iftlrtFt dl il! dVrfldMt\\\ HlUn Will) \ti jtlallhikll\ r I ucnore (tlilt HtlKMU\ l t'and] mat Firtlut'\\ '" nnll HFU\ HpMtilly!i ie i tM( true\ (pfPA ThitRltli.iVIR \ : ; , NflV-: y1 f-=1 haPtIt= fRRi

Athenii t + NBV 1---fiff8e8( Ni hhvn M 1 1 : 1'R AmHi fin wilt} tHFkPy, tvhiehFsHlly eat ftll )&4 wish, fill fRlff ftflRwh flll1 "htftl t thRHFHRde .are FtRrvinp t ItM IhPnntivsa
failed\ PR to define *ith Ht I'itf' MrMitode \ hstARp: to 1NnVtnvipg! Wlt (0, ,nn ThftnM .{Mfg day tUft AmpriPftn;< Nfltion n>rf1111xrecngnla pAl iiMv hnld and enjfly: t the.. holiday. an pillaging and menFins
toward the allies-l The depend the NPFth Mii fi =!lJwiM tnFksy1144n4 ( I tnnt\I thw i IsJii rich and )beautiful' Horld\ ", and 1 joy- tP the limi Af human PQWH and feeling American lives and} prpperty, are

WR mad* In} i ft fAlIlFHVII fQta thcPUhat4 tha extern:! 1aRIte4 fully thRn\} $ the fhHI WhQ thus preatert it, without suffering any iO=onv ni causing the administration* grave concern -

frftm the entente mini+tera to Premier State and Canada. qentfipay| || i it i isknown fence i Pro Wlllwm Penham. gnaw, a ,

SkQuuudi 1 | *hp immediately: palled "Ii the Meleagn Americana. "Thanksgiving Spirit Of Investment" therapeutics, Evidence; that this government recognizes -
Its plumage N black, shaded with the danger was given by
his cabinet into pouncil. bronze. 'In the rays pf the sun the by living depends! upon two things--diet the sending Admiral Winslow, commanding -
The note expressed a friendly! spirit bird! gleams in a beautiful' harmony Thos. if, McConnell, J), j.f pastor First Presbyterian Church and! exercise. If you want to eat a the Pacific fleet, with his
but was decidedly firm in tone. It re- of black, copper, gold and bronze. If I am able to sense aright the spirit of Thanksgiving in lot you must exercise. If you exer- flagship, the cruiser San Diego, to
quests the Greek government to confirm And the turkey likes the rays of the Orlando, it is the spirit of investment. Not an investment in cise properly you can take care of a Topolo Bambo with a number of ma-
the assurance already expressed sun. lie hates daoap weather not real estate so much as in spiritual manhood. lot of food." rines.
relative to the position of allied forceson alone because it is bad for his health God's benevolent blessings have rolled in upon us without The cruisers Raleigh and New Or-
Greek frail asks for the earliest stint or obligation. But like the Psalmist of old
end but because it obscures his beauty.It we are WILL BE WEDDED TODAY leans are now within a day's run of
reply possible. is generally believed at present ready to ask: "What shall I render unto Jehovah for all his that port.

Among the specified demands is the that all the turkeys of the world have benefits towards me?" Shall we maintain our spiritual self- The marriage of Mr. Herbert Wicl The gunboat Annapolis is there
freedom of movement for the allied descended from the three forms respect, or allow the blessings of God to pauperize us? tendahl and Miss Cecil Moseley will now, making a naval demonstration
forces in Macedonia "without known the One of our local has summed in
interpo- as North American bird papers up splendid way take place this afternoon at the homeof possible at any time.
sition of obstacles of any kind." which has just been described; the the beauty and progress of Orlando and cited us to her wealthof the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. According to Secretary Daniels, no

Mexican bird, and the ocellated bird. institutions, lakes, residences stores, and even the royaltyof E. Moseley, in Gotha. Rev. Sparr specific instructions were given Wins-
Serbians at Bay her progressive manhood. Here in reality is God's invest-
low. Officials
pastor of the Presbyterian church, made it clear however
London, Nov. 24--Serbia's main MEN'S OPEN FORUM MET LAST ment in us. What is He going to realize? He blessed us will perform the ceremony.The that marines will be landed if neces-
army is at bay on the historic Fieldof NIGHT greatly last year. This year He has done better by us. Was bride-elect is a young lady of
this only for our own pleasure and profit? I believe that the sary.While
Blackbirds, and strongly entrenchedis sweet disposition, of splendid culture the navy department has act-
making a desperate stand. The first meeting of the season of splendid manhood of this city will fully recognize the spirituallaw and charming manner, and has a host ed at the direction of the state department -
With this force meeting the double the Men's Open Forum was held at : "Where much is given much is required." of friends in Orange county where following a conference between

advance of the invaders 50,000 French the Astor Cafe last evening and was she has resided nearly all of her life. Secretary Lansing and Representative

troops are reported in a Chiasso mes- attended by twenty-five members. "Thankfulness Aroused By Law Mr. Wichtendahl is a splendid Mann, who complained
sage to be engaged in a heavy battle The entire official board of last year the
young gentleman, the son of Mr. and against looting of American prop.
with 80,000 Bulgarians near Gradsko. was re-elected. The banquet whichwas Of Contrasts" Mrs. A. Wichtendahl, and numbershis erty at Los Mochis it is stated that
Mitrovitza, at the northwestern end served under direction of Miss friends by his acquaintances all the generally disturbed sits alion
of the vast Kossovo plain has been Edwards manager of the cafe was by of whom hold him in high esteem.! along the west coast prompted the
elegant, and marked the opening of The Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, Minister Unitarian Church
occupied by the Austro-llungarians. administration
. After the happy to take
ceremony couple precautionary
Pristina at the southeast is in the that popular dining hall. The subjectof The spirit of thankfulness is often aroused by the law of will leave for a trip but their destination I measures to safeguard American in.

hands of Germans the official announcement the next meeting will be: "How contrasts.A is unknown even to their terests.
states. Should the State of Florida and Or. letter in a recent Christian Register gives an illustrationof intimate friends. Since this .
most government has recognized ;
this. The writer of the letter mentions "Three Thankfuls"that
lando in
The Serbs have been driven across Particular Be Advertised? Carranza there have wen fears
This will be have just come to her notice.
the Sitnica river. openly discussed. Important
PRESIDENT. TO EAT THANKSGIVING that followers of Villa might attemptto
The towns are about twenty miles. work facet the Forum for the The first, young German mother whose youthful husband DINNER WITH HIS wreak Americans
vengeance on and
had just been carried back to her with I
apart on the plateau, And between coming Beaton. one leg amputated. FIANCE their
them the Serbs have strong. fortlflcatlons. 'I "I am so thankful he is maimed," she" writes, "for now he can This activity has been increased|
GOOD; SHOW AT TIII LUCKUNK: never return to this horrible war.
D. C. President during the few .
Washington -- Wll- past day
The second "Thankful" in ]France. A
was' wife lost!
For a time MltrovlUn the rapture "Bringing Up "Father entH young
as pre her Don will take Thanksgiving dinner By official advices thousand of'
of which I Is reported today, was the ( | At the Lucerne theatre last reason upon seeing her husband's name among the slain.
) evening "I thank God with.hi. family and his fiance, Mm. Villa's soldiers aro in a destitute and
from the bottom of heart
said her
my mother,
Serbian war capital.( pleated A large audience which
Gait, At the White House. dangerous state.
"for thl
The government, which was later completely filled the house. The cast mild insanity which keeps her from realizing what A thlrty.flve pound turkey fattenedby
has happened to her husband, and also from knowing that her
removed to PrUrend U now *n routeto was an unusual good one The music two brothers the South Trimble, clerk of the house WILL ERECT TWO COMMODIOUSDWELLINGS
,Scutari. Albania, according to a wn catchy, the singing excellent and are among missing"A of representatives on his Kentucky
legation statement issued at Paris.A the play uproariously funny from third woman writes from England: "Before it happened farm will be shipped Monday for the
I thought I could be reconciled
to mother's
Sulonikl dispatch that the start to finish. B. Ileac ham death
says Manager occasion, and it is said the Trimble
but now I feel grateful to the Lord for taking her home before Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Nye, of Keene,
Serbian General Rokovitch has con. Jr., is getting tome fine shows for the
this soul-revolting war began." turkey actually will be served on the N. Yn have recently returned to Orlando .
rentrated his main forces on Kossovo Lucerne this and the
season public is White (House table. The distinction
All three thankful for what? Disablement, insanity, and to spend! the winter months. Mr.
plain.In giving him good support by attend death. "Surely the linen fallen unto in is sought annually by a dozen or more Nye has purchased from Mr. II. Carl
are us pleasant places ;
n effort to cut his way ing. The boys and girls who were
supreme yea, we have a goodly heritage." persons in all parts of the country., Dann two very desirable building lob
out it Is said he will attack with l>0- fortunate enough to win prizes for Hillcrest
on avenue, Colonial Hills,
000 men the Bulgarians guarding the sketches of 'Tether" given to them .\WHITE- HOUSE TODAY and will at once begin the erection nf
Katchanik and Kourtchou passes.! l"y the Sentinel were in evidence and "Let Us Be Thankful"by two commodious eight room dwell.

An attempt may even be mode to enjoyed the show with the others. Washington!' Nov. 21.-Elaborate. ings. Mr. Nye is much interested in

hew a path through Uskup to Velesto The Ke\ John II. "l"o, Pallor First t McthndNt' Church preparations have been made for the the Pity Beautiful and has been the
the Trench forces operating in ii. ii. H.M.' HT. AUUUHIIM. I':
Join Thanksgiving dinner at the White
There !it much to nmke tu no." <1nl1l N good, kind merciful, means of bringing many people to
that district! loMottumv prnciotii. To the ear of faith Ills KootlticM' 1 is manifest In House!' tomorrow. An guests'" of hntint this city.
-- The O. It. 8. eleven will ,play' the that which He withhold*, equallytth that which He l h'a will lie Mr. Urttt and her mother _
(VI ftt. Augustine! team n game of ntiwut' for- Mm William 1 lollfig! Others ,pre-
PROHIBITION QUESTION fnotlmll nt the Driving/ t'ntk tumor phi Hit! $l.p Mi 1-4 Margaret Wil-on\ DICTATES S MESSAGE[ AND D
"III (that HP hleMe, " N our "good,
raw nftet-hooti, Hold I teal are salt "ertetary\ amt t MM, MeAilo'i, nml Mi"

F FACES[ CONGRESS[ Id !be Ml.l In Oil'tfllprp|pink tf rtitlillllnti htiti NfrtM And\And,,1I1 ntililpMrd I Is right! ,that Itllulll.' .PIIH t
-tllltf game\\ i 14 ft tit id'pttlpil It It l II HU sweet will"
,', All IliU U nap) df 'the II&f&f'-t! s-iuliihllthlis; I It t U natural\ and I w\y\ to !Its thankful for material hlt WluMiteti'M! Nov'Z1: li A fllllwli !- ,the gante Im'ltl which\ 0, U this, Hi Hill ,play, PItrildiron health of Jtody' and I mind, and the: love of Kindred, Hut to The Ran Orange reports! that PUtll.l, f'olo,, Nov :31,-Pinned U.
\ nal' ftmthdutent providing far n", season A large' man)', Oven In thU favored I land and fair city of our, thene Studshaher sale are lively and that heath a heavy far hU body A torch
cl'uwd \\t ti1 I''ftell11\ attend,
lien wide pr"hllit'iniis) !!!! t ,to omipy' i aplace common blessings; ; are i mensurable tutu I unmet(me* withheld.. their stock of this popular and reliable fed by gasoline that dripped from the

among the i u 19\lorhmt\ problem AN KM'I.ANAIION: Hence he U Indeed' more than blessed; : who can ping with far U being rapidly:! depleted. machine John Campbell, sales man.agel' .
which congress will consider during Jane Clewdson; Among the purchasers who have just of the Continental Oil company
the coming session, Senator; hep-- Owing to the fact that Dr. ":.Iw, T. 0 Thou whose bounty fills my cup received cars are Dr. Stewart of directed the efforts to free himself
I pard, of Texas, announced tonight J'ouUon l of the First Jtaptut church,
With every blessing meet, Maitland, and Cary Hand of Orlando, and before he died dictated messageto
that he will introduce a resolution could not be located until carrying such an amendment as soon last evening, anti on account of his The bitter and the sweet. the popular touring car model. occurrd when Campbell's machireswerved
as the session begins. Senator: Shep- preesin? duties in connection with theevening I praise Thee for the dessert road from a bridge and fell up-
pard will endeavor also to put services at his church, it was
And for the river side WILL VISIT PICXIC GROVE side down into an arroyo and was
through a bill! wiping out saloons in impossible to obtain an expression For all Thy blessings hath bestowed TODAYA wedged tightly between banks.
the City of Washington I concerning Thanksgiving from this And all Thy grace denied."

popular and trilliant member of Or- or with Oliver Wendell Holmes in the couplet: personally conducted party of NO PAPER FRIDAY MORNING
THE WEATHER lando's clergy. "For all the blessings life has brought tourists will leave Tourist Headquarters -

For all its sorrowing hours have taught today at 3:30 to visit the picnic In conformity with the usual cus-
For Florida: Fair today; warmer December, Everjbody's McClure's, Red, Hearst's Book. Everything Munsey's For all we mourn, for all we keep, grove at the home of Mrs. Robinson- tom in observance of Thanksgivingday
'.northwest portion; light, variable in the magazine line. Curtis & The hands we clasp the loved that sleep, Murphy, corner Broadway and Concord there will be no issue of the Sentinel -
wm s. .O'Neal We thank Thee, Father." I avenue. Everybody welcome. on Friday morning.



".\nd having food and raiment let the when nothing happens.For \
i For day
South Florida SentinelMORNING therefore, be content. the cares that leave no trace
I AND WEEKLY 1'etter is a dinner of herbs where For the Ion of little children. i INDIGESTIONCURED

. r:. GI.KNN . ..Edits. I I loiia, than a stalled ox and hatred For each sunny dwelling place. I
t r. KS.HIMJTON!' !' .BaoinrM M n iEntrrvd For the altars' of our father! .
,.I therewith. And the closets where we }limy,
.. Rmvnd at th.Clam In.Gdne Mail*MatUr.*t Orlando The Sentinel is not going to preach Take, 0 gracious God and Father,
I a Thanksgiving sermon having no desire Praises this Thanksgiving day.

< 1 Year nUKSCIUPIION.. .. ..... ...RATfcbHllf. ........... M.OO to usurp the prerogatives of the 'or our harvests safe ingathered,
Month ..,..... ..... ...... (.toUaily but If i it were, it would tttke store of wheat
iHllr. pulpit For golden
; our
........ Ml (
.... .. .... ....
".&1,,. I I Month Month .. .. .. .... .. .. .... .. ... .M some such texts nit one: of the passages 'or the corlund and the'll1eh'I1.IZ',
For the llowcru! springing' sweet.
N..I. ,. I Y..., " , .. . ...,.. $1.00ALL itinU'il ittxivp. It IMI'I no much for what tho %oc,jjur: const from want protected, With .Shivar (linger Ale or money will be rcfuiitlfd. Ht-iv i.s i our proposition rind 3j\v
: IN wt* have to ta ns For each inlet river, buy I manufacturer will stand back I of every tiling we coy Use T 1 du "'n boltKvg of Shivar
BUIWMII'TION, rAY spirit In which we receive It. II ly the Ixiunty full and (lowing! I
ADVANCK!: = = ? e Take our praise tliU joyful day. I Ginger Ale u:* wo direct you and If nfter you have used one dozen bottles you arc not

TO AIIVKKTItfKKIiV : results will refund tho money. Price per do/en $1.S.:
:Sumo; people' nmito. have teen For our dear one lifted higher satisfied with tho wo
far ..pl., .a4 all .ll .r .kaajt horn with A snarl on their Up; they Through the darkness to the light.t
k 4 III Ik*
MUM a "*
.t4.!lie. ., la. Honlia.! _l INn than. I .. .. Klckeil the clothe' from their cradle Ours to love and our to rheri-li OLIVE OIL
itw liar. Mar puHwaitnn.. ThU.. ml aptttUi In dear memory, beyond night
.. ,....... far ,...Ir. * (.' sad -III\ ... Mrllr .",,.,... U.SubacrlUra thing ever since If they have no In thy heaven who safely stay;

doirinv. TU gontlncl diaronclnu turkey on Thanksgiving day, they find \'e uplift our psalm of triumph of imported Olive Oil. We guarantee it to
W have received a nice supply genuine,
writing on Lord, on this Thanksgiving day.
.. ;
..,. .tion. utj>vrwl... It will txi I Margaret K.: Sangster.
lha data be the best. Come in and get a can today.
continued .t tint rraular. .ub.rrl(tiun rule. because he isn't blurted with gold. No o

Btll.l.ph notlra... Naia to .top.f .ia. ..rr. ...i.....4.T .., .. ..... I'TIIURSnA amount of "food," "raiment" or the MTSSIAN SAILORS RKBKL, BERLIN Olive Oil quarts______________________!J)0c)
things of life will make
Y, N'OVKMKKR 23: 1915 other them good"content. They taste bitter HEARS Olive Oil, pints_______________________-15c

- ---- .------- "herbs," no matter how toothsome Ht'rlin.-A mutiny of sailors onoard

It's a long way otT yet, but some of I the "stalled ox" is. They flavor their Russian men of war at lie)-

the lays are already figuring under I coffee with tears, and inject: u dolorous sin Cor8, Finland is reported by the

the cover of politics. sigh into the midst of every peal Overseas News Agency. Jas. L. DEAN

o I of laughter. If they ever get to Copenhagen advices the agency

The fuct that thu public will wiul I I heaven they will kick on the kind of SI\8. state that a largo number of Prop Clt)' Drug Store Orlando Fla.
gold the streets are paved with, and fchot.
through two (mires of football news the mutineer were
every Sunday dace not mean that you I \\iIIllt' ho out of harmony with tluno IS J .A 1 J' "1# 1

run get them tn feud u half column happy! fminmiiH-Mts that Cabrk-1! will WILL IIF.LIVKR: : AlllHlF.SS) ::;:; II'
I have to fence in u little territory for
the taillT. ,
nrlii'lu on t FOR SALE!
--tt- tin-ill. here they Mon't bu disturbed Lloyd S. Ti'iuiy, of Oilaiulu) inanirer Until the Shi-rill"\ lMw\ and

It will 'nut !I.<> ninny Necks hull) I I I.). the t JII)'rill Gulps of the lull pa, II! nf the Floil.ln (Grower un.l nlllco IIreelllclently 11y I resi.lrnru\ carts; north tiriuu'e 'M-'on.l$ floor" l-ot. IM I I fi-t-i t i-.im nil

t'IiIml 'II10 full kttuaoll" U will\ H'lviuirt'il I If there U nny Midi spirit. in that Shipper: League, will deliver nn nd- the Chief of Pollee'H iiiiil KiililiiNiin: mtinuc': i-iiniiiiiiini\! "r"IIUtI utiiii, lirniiinl. ..tMncrlvrly!

Illll mill*, Hindi tiiuliiiir(I U'liiuliiN I"lit' I In our heal IN. It U it 11111.1 l I'hin to < .IIII'r:
\ )
liiMiin, Kii.'lu.it 1.111\1.1
liiinni. Dining syalrfll.
that smoky of u 'I IIIIIIk*- Ins !
I It over .. Pinln) f'nunly
Hniilh '
| dune iluilntr the nt>xt (\\\11 inniilliN, of IVintry limcrry/ Itnniti Lnvnuiry, nil \\\r\:v t'H'ni" ,11111 l lug\ c11hIU> play
Tha dlwix Oiliihiln fclimilil$ "'1"\11'"" \ giving ,Ihlllt" If here i III u streak'' nf t I'rnlt" Uiiiweri. iiiul l Trucker' An- \ quite Hticce I xful In capturingthieve \ mi lri.1, llitor, \\IIh bull, ) nml u k1t. tie, Will salt fuininli <>r UR'

nf tills. l hll\ Ills t klllil III our tlUpimhluii' It U itnimil 'u'liitlmi, nt UetllitiuN. 1"1N""m., olllct uutempU (limit iiimHittfiit with rlfxrn window fuinl..lu'tl.iiiul .
nmrlmiilN t city "
I III"T (Ilia but neither\ tt 11m
(line to thaw it out with the, seven dnnpln ,,".1 storage! riMUti on
bar I :27.I'AtUt4:
JIIII.I| sleeks nf jnitiiU HN 111)IIttr.\ -
HP* M>hi' tUiitirt in'iulucfil, I I.)' itpiece against\!
ilimit In tlia(\\ ndttc, and that the thing pteunlnt \ ) to Indemnify\ you CHARLES P. DOWFERTILIZER
of pumpkin pie of plum' Iud FOR
do 1
dtUrn to
for liny premises' or for
linn been damage to your : ---
illnif. An extreme case portrayed WOMKN: MARTYRSI'arU
boom lulus city In to tin his trading nt I ,
but few of us are free: from recovcdcd.
stolen articles I
-- I nonie Utter savoring. of thnt kind. Nov. 2.1.: .-The city council
;I Most of us will do well to pray thatmore hall decided\ to nnme streets afterMiss Take these two well managed

When n good wiWrnnn' goes nfterhuineM of the genial ht of true thanksgiving Edith Cnvdl and Emlle Despres' oittces with n Burglary, Theft
he flr t on a clean
put I should shine on the hearthstones executed by the Germans in Belgium.
and pots his shoes uhlncd. Then I of our hearts. Some men willet and Larceny policy issued by
he looks more like business-and he'smade I bread and
out of plain have
more joy Lots of men who claim to Casualty Companyyour
a flying start towards Ret 8hoes..1 tins; butter than others will out of turkeyand come from fine families appear tobe the Georgia Fresh shipment PULVERIZED SHEEP MANURE,
it.' The "clean collar and shiny
sauce. Hunger is a and have
cranberry from home. premises you
of the town are the well-painted stores, wonderful sauce and thanksgiving is a long way o on just in. Best for Ferns, Lawns, Flowers and Gardens.Get .
the bright cheery homes, the fresh I
: the most pleasing flavoring we knowif. Occasionally a man can carry a dl protection.GEO. .
The part yours now.Orlando
clean-loking buildings. The trouble is we don't half ap- gunshot wound in his body without
paint plays in building up local pride
good things we
preciate our ; much of hero.
be in figures-but its good .
cannot put realize how much we have to be --o---
effects are recorded on the local merchants I thankful for. This is a good time to smootherof Gen. Agent
The want ad. is a great Produce Co.
sale she!li' in the Seed
put our disappointments away business and domestic affairs. Phone 700
o I dark closet, and bring our blessings Rooms 4-6

Only a few Sundays remain before out into the sunlight of the front - Watkins Block 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone.166

the Methodist preachers will be' room and count them over. We shall MISS HEULAII RONEY t

shifted about on the ecclesiastical not be surprised at their number and -
checkerboard according to the politics magnitude. PRIVATE TUTORING I

and the inspiration of an annual con I * PIANO INSTRUCTION

ference. It always seems too bad fora We all have our bitter herbs, but it Acres

man who has completed his four is well for us to get a sweeter flavorin 5

years of high: grade service for a our mouths now and then. Every 11 E. WASHINGTON Yancey Meat Market Inc.

church to he moved to other fields. year brings its sorrows, but it bringsits ,

And yet there should be a means of blessings too. "It might. have Fronting on Conway thick Road runt PAID UP

giving relief to some church folds. been worse" is too true to have much Four Miles .From CU -. A Rood T. A. YANCEY, )rt, Se.l1d Mgf.ORLANDO. .
Miami MetroplK but there Is wholesome -
comfort in it, a cottage barn and
four room FLORIDA
-- that Pine Castle ,
-o truth in the saying we .
the property.Ali
mm nuiMAMVAtH () 1 AtltASutltS would do well to apply more extetisltely poultry I u itIt ltou tleh e on tit huH ronoialt l Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choke;
() Nurseries
\NV hrtte nlwnjrs Imnelneit \that 1 1' We heed l u calctt the 1 spirit of optHiiUtU Inh tit thnitMtlf" (hlipfrUll! | Florida( and Western Meats

Ti. ItiiHtuttt Writs ttt tih" \lime it liuolht", ! ! ? "i'oltjrahrin', rtmi lento Irt tthH' Cavlk, Ma Peiuhei. : tit1. CoiHehteht' 'tu J'ifii/fFj'f/ VwetablM' "' lame, Jfli'i(
tttfln ttt ft .-mnllU"ltl fnf It Wn hewtlu | liiv+ Hit prihte nf t'plntf; plod.!, church' school" ,,' iintl' K, I I'. It, t/yrft'fr' ', ,

(h r ItAItI|<| l tit lute t'tllm..1. \lie 11111 sines I'lir'; fiWtliiM, Rote ...Il"ht'IJ ttl". = ptell Atttntlen 'te Metcl, *fld Out. el' Ten OrAlrPMANE /

"III-1 fKiMie,, : liktx! toW I.e t \IIIIIu\ $ I }Itt'Iu, MiiHHt tllartilPFt! ( lIP+ WI'MiiWM \ I Ht'FltI- Hu.,in..t 'Mi POi MOl nMnlth"Ef
I $17001NaIIaceflcalty
iilWrtfr'' *. Ihlltk.,,, nf' HdlHHMPVPF 1t'I\, \; I mn iiiH<4 nf.., u(IC tnv! ? 'lltftiih'' If hue onlt: ('lava' IIr"IHfP Price SS 5 IH Ger Ofng au, 'Alt fthdrEN it,
f Ilea UiHttf, harp wimp to rapt frilit'Wt\ rrnlly tit ,plants
%V sW* .I CIMWi/) tfrilhePtii I AfllUlht MIr.t come! u
\ rh1&d tr lS.'HII'I' : .
; r fi\\Mr fiinl my|' \ liimnny hue, "*, tin HP nut know flH. fli Hliin.u cup| nlfdr only trot t 11 I

pu.III' Ilh for stud" Hli\t A JI"Wft1 lets \\tmn full nf bimuw ? Ill. bits mn- ' il' from l prolltto hanrinif We

,I.IIsiIIBSa. |hnuae ollM rent .14"j" IQ bell.1'.t kienell| land' the. tllamul 1 form of poverty ) trees:: of Known quality.

.ll ne are hundreds of people tits ftl few Thanksgiving din! nlso have) the seed genuine No Watson melons FI AI t COI A M1COOKCONPANYt'g )
the watermelon ,
stI in.lle.1 by every fakirvlio comes IIcn'e do not'er bee poorhhi'crin saved if. .
anxious to give the half-clad in cold NovemberWinds. shipped from where the
along, and remain weighed from 3 ArcadePhone BUILDING : ORLANDO 'V
next\ one still more of their money. Let us remember the poor of our seed. Melons Room #j CHRIST
Consistency of business, Mr. Mannor other lands and be thankful in our 20 to 45 pounds. Catalogue 117

Mrs. Woman should show you that hearts. Let us see to it that no child Free I AS AGENTS, we invest money safely for our

better value from hungry to bed that we may help
goes and personal
will always pet their real
you the in which .... I customers; manage
catch spirit
home merchant than will ever be feed. Let us -
your given you by any one else. The home the Quaker poet sang: \ property; look after their taxes and other obligations

firm has its reputation to be maintained A Offer! collecting rentals, interest and dividends.
made Bargain
"Oh, favors every year new I I ,
0, gifts with rain and sunshine
enl! lot 74.8 feet by 150 feet fronting east on : INCOME INVESTMENTS, Mortgages and Bonds
due We a
overruns our ;
:' UF.VEUIK The beauty i
The fullness shames our discontent. Elam Street, just three lots off beautiful Lucerne

IM like to spend' Thanksgiving daylouk "We shut our eyes, the flowers bloom; where Elam street, Ame rica street and Lucerne Circle has I MATERIALSAND

home-Lack on the farm, where We murmur, hut the corn-ears fill; intersect. Lot faces East is high and dry, level BUILDING

every homely object holds: the old fa- We That choose casts the it shadow shines behind but the rs sun still. oaks in front and is in the RIGHT location. PRICE $1500.

miliar charm; I'd like to see the old CONSTRUCTIONWe
We have $1000 to loan on good security.
red barn'neath whose I'rojectin' roof "(;0 bedraggled farmyard gentry oft from I The power to make it Eden-fair

drenching held aloof, where in the And richer summer-wedded fruits to crown islands our toil.were. Real Estate Co.
Than Orlando
and on
I II time worry your
dim light; of the mow amid the fragrant can save you money

hay: with pigeons croonin' in'' "Who murmurs at his lot today? E. B. BRADLEY building operations. Our clients are satisfied.
his native PHONE :3014iiiuiitittfiiiiniim"
Who scorns
the caves, a boy: I used to play. .12 WATKINS BLOCK

Ter see the windmill once again, Or sighs for dainties far away,
and hear its grostly clack, would' ease Besides the bounteous board of

my heart, and speedin' bring the dear, home? : 11111 11111 11111 11111 III II

fond memories back. 'Thank heaven instead' that Free- \
I'd like to see the patient kine dom's arm

awaitin' the hired man, an' dippin' Can change a rock soil to gold, If You Do Not Believethat
noses in the pails of moistened with Announcement
muggy wreathed
"And let these altars, \
bran. flowers. .
I'd like to see the well fed cats And piled: With fruits, awake again the best hosiery and : the Chalmers has power like a locomotive and rides
in wearing
that used to haunt the place, and Thanksgiving; for the golden hours, To all who are interested :
have the ever friendly dog yearn up The early and the latter rains." underwear, and sold direct from the Mill to Consumer : like a parlor car, just call for a demonstration' at 14 E.

into my face-I'd like to take the old o Mrs. W. S. DeWitt announces that, in order to meet themany I 223.
street phone
Church or
flir.t-lock, an' go out arter quail, er, $13,700,000; MORE GOLD REACHESNEW demands for World Star Knitting Company'sI

mebby, nigh the hazen copse, scare upa YORK, TO PAY FOR and underwear for ladies and gents, she will be

cotton-tail.smell again the savory smells I at The Home Cooking Booth, Arcade Building, conductedby
of mince and pumpkin pies, an' stuff Xew York.-Two shipments of gold Mesdames Allen & Limerick, where she will be pleased CHAMRS MOTOR CAR Ci

jerself with white-meat so'se most valued at $15,750,000, which arrive to show you samples of these justly famous goods and
too full ter rise. here on board the steamers Laplandand 1 take order for the same every p. m. this week. w
no-I'll call a taxicab, and dine St. Paul, were landed today. your than box II
But, Xmas gift a
acceptable D. Phillips
makes a more Freeman V. Mgr
at some cafe, where there's a decent \Most of the gold was consigned to Nothing ,
I order.
York banking houses to pay for of dependable hose and now is the time to
cabaret I wasn't I New ;
orchestra, or lively ; I 14 EAST CHURCH STREET. FHONE 223.int. .
with it munitions ordered by England. 141
brought up on the farm; me war

ne'er agreed-I only wrote this verse I MIIIMIIiintlliMIti .
because it's what folks like to read. Advertise in the SentineL .


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cAT' ; S.A.T-c.7RD.A. IGST: : : S.A.LE

Items Advertised Below Are On Sale For SATURDAY NIGHT ONLY. Sale Begins

Promptly At 7:00 P. M. And Lasts Until 10:00 P. M.

Men's S Shifts 10c Cnrmin S Scriffis at 1 10 0 cts t 1 Hose at $$1.00 Pair

Large line of the best $1.00 shirt made Beautiful line of White,Cream Arab Wonderfoot Hose. Pure thread silk,beau-
neat designs coat styles, sizes 13 1-2 to and Fancy Colored Borders. These tiful colors, sells regularly 1.50
181-2. Saturday Night
Sarurday Night
Goods are all Worth 15 cents.

Saturday Night .
29 ,
10 cts. MlC

Baskets at 9c c OUTING FLANBLL C Children's iI Underwear lOc

NIGHT not remnants, good patterns in light
and dark colors, the regular lOc

I quality, one case on sale Saturday lOc

H Dc Night Cts. a

Water' Set at 49c 5 Yard Dress Poplins lOc


4Dc Limit Customer 10 Yards to a lOcI

I Shoe Sale--These Items on Sale All Day Saturday-Shoe Sale I

Lot No. 1. Misses' and Children'sShoes : Lot No. 2. Misses' and Children'sShoes Lot. No.3. Ladies' Patent, Tan, Dull

Patent,Gun Metal and Kid,sizes II in Patent, Tan and Velvet, in Kid and Gun* Metal Shoes. This is a

8 1-2 to 2. These Shoes are specially I sizes for the larger school girls, Thisis wonderful opportunity to purchase
good for school wear as they are all in a wonderful lot and well worth regular $3.50 $400 $4.50 and $5.00
good leathers and styles. Former prices qualities in this sale at
$2.00.$2.50 and$3.00 to be closed out at
up to $3,00 to be closed out ?t I I

$1.00 a I $2.50 a pair
pair $1,60 a pair
I _
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Lot No 4, Ladies' Gun Metal, Tun, Lot No 5. Ladies9 Patent, Tan and I Lot No G. Ladies' Kid, Gun, Metal,
I Tan and Patent Shoe, Oxfords and

Patent and Kid Shoes, Oxfords and Kid Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps Good I, Pumps See this wonderful lot, as
they are exceptional good values that
This includes Cloth and White
Pumps qualities and styles. Values up to $5 I you cannot afford to miss Values up
7bps, former values up to $0 to close to $4,50, specially priced at
out at $3.15 a pair in this sale $2.85 a pair I $2.35 a pair

The Yowell-Duckworth Co.




II) C. W. Jaycote
From war and famine, scourge and!

Park News Clod pestilence hath\ delivered us,

And pours rich blessings on Us nowt
Hut we hate sinned!, and! so with pehlthce -
+.M .....tt..ttttt tttttttttt.ttt..t. ....
Ahd jhahks!! t'tJh1h1lhltled, thu!
Hefofe his gracious thfohe we bow,
01 Hems f4d let till? II@1 rt fculeftin\ festal l day,
Dally Budget Concerning '
''h8it the wut It may seethe
IIMW' F in whuh wp |.I lata: 8Uf
rite 1 Town And Rollins College t N'?!I I1lIt ,
I higSt anid lijW I.ijt fin !heir Fare_

t\ol 'urn' their thA"ghili t tA the,
run; hIt'll)11IIU'IDti( ') () ; Numbers! nf llallim stu4ente took\ \Vrtn mad.t 'them weaklings, pf the

The members of the sahpamare advantage Qf the holiday ,and are .t14-I,

class have arranged to havetable A special spending Thanksgiving ai home today Together let the nations bend the

at the Mg Thanksgiving dinner "knee
To him who reigns
which i U I lining given at the college And raise on high it's joyous supreme songs, ,
commons this evening, The table will THE MOUEL KINDERGARTEN Until this goodly land, where all are

be elaborately decorated with cut free,
flowers, in the class colors, white and Miss Ley's Thanksgiving exercisesin And all now happy seem, ,
gold, and artistic hand painted place her kindergarten yesterday were Thanksgiving's anthem loud, prolongs. .G ; /

cards, the work of Miss Geraldine attended by more than thirty ladies, SUCCESSFUL MEETINGS
Clark, will be used. patrons and friends of the school.

The sophomores have invited Miss The children attending Miss Ley's
The revival at the Orlando opera
Geraldine Clark, president of the sen- model kindergarten brought quanti-
house is beginning to attract wide attention

ior class, and Edwin A. McQuaters, I ties of cut flowers and ferns to their I among the unsaved of Or-

president of the junior class, as guests instructor for use in decorating for lando. Evangelist Jerry Jeter is making -

of honor for the evening. Miss Ruth the festival occasion. The special t a "hit" with the men. His ser
Isaacson, the guest of Miss Idabel event of the morning was a luncheon,
.mon the other night on the "Unpar-
much of which was prepared by the
Edwards, and the Misses Grace and
donable Sin, What It Is and Who
Gladys Tilden, sisters of C. G. Tilden, children. I "
Commits It, made a wonderful impression -
president of the Y. M. C. A., will also This followed a beautiful programof
j I on the people who heard it. .
be honor guests of the class. song, play and drill exercises by f f
"Away with that doctrine that just a i s iio
As a special mark of distinctionfor the little tots, evidencing the painstaking i
few people are guilty of that
of their teacher and
their remarkpbly submissive and efficiency I
donable sin. People all over Orlandoare
tractable disposition the Misses Florence splendid responsiveness on the partof "
committing it, said the evangel
Sherman and Verga West, fresh- the children.
ist. "Whatever else the unpardonable -
have been invited to dine at the
men "
table. ROSE BUSHES sin Is, said the speaker, "it is
sophomore resisting the last call of God to man."

Ready to plant. Call phone 509. Mr. Jeter's subject last night was
:-IElIOWER FOR COUNTRY 408 Lake street. Violet Dell Florists.J. I
"The Conversion of the Chief of Sin-
CLUB M. Caruthers. l-ll-23-6tc
'ners." Mr. Jeter seems happy in his

The Country Club has just receivedan LARGE CONCOURSE ATTENDED choice of subjects, for they are ThallksgvillgDay !

up to date three gang, one horse FUNERAL catchy.His .

mower, to use in keeping a smooth subject tonight will be "The

lawn upon the golf green. The Death and Burial of the Wicked."
Many sorrowing friends assembledat
er cuts a seven foot swath and saves, the saddened McMillan home on His crayon pictures are spoken for 1

the work of two or three men. Osceola street yesterday afternoonand long before he draws them. The ser- .
The machine, which is a vices will no doubt close Sunday
later followed
to the last resting
arrived Tuesday, on a two Townsend'i night. !
place in Greenwood cemetery the remains -
and works to perfection.
of the late H. E. McMillan,
that the is capable of
new mower
II whose sudden and sad death occurred A GOOD INVESTMENTYOU :
keeping the entire green of both the I
Monday morning. The floral offerings
nine and eighteen hole courses clean. are investing for income and
represented the best that couldbe desire an investment that will yielda
had, and the beautiful casket was regular net income of eight or ten
GATES PROTECT GOLF COURSEThe almost hidden by these offerings.Mr. per cent, payable monthly, quarterly,
two gates which have been or semi-annually. In this event we

placed at the western ends of Web- and McMillan his death had a was wide acquaintance sincerely- can speculative be of service.investments.We do A.not B.handle Cook Above the pity we must feel forEurope's

ster and Canton avenues are workingto & Co., Christ building. 1-11-24-31
mourned, and when the hour for the
perfection and are filling their mis- funeral neared yesterday afternoon
sion of keeping stray cattle off thematically large numbers gathered at the home TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY warring millions rises a spirit

and if the public will
exer- and looked at the features of their
got course. The gates work auto- departed friend. FOR SALE-Fine saddle horse cheap. of profound thanksgiving. The
rise reasonable care in seeing that I See Jas. L. Giles. 11-25-tfc c

they chance are kept of further shut there damage should to the be IRS. fittomvATER RAPIDLY RECOVEItlNO ;;- LOST-A cameo cuff button. Return wise and firm hand of the Presidenthas
no E. Moore Postal
to C. at Telegraph
golf green by cattle. company. li-25-3tc: !
succeeded in steering this country
The friends of Mrs. C. M.
tltAtikslill'tvt1! CAttULB W ANt .U-) Work IH Ittery bdrh-L! b tttS
wife of Mh. C.) At. tlrodttler
the ybUHg ptople l nttd t took haft lathe *It-odwaUt-j"I slid rriother- bt Mr. thds.! H.- bamslth! t *HH hr.hbrBp A mttH'I\\*hrt h.tShsttlMbetlertre !!(tflkl free from the maelstrom of War*

( brtrbl RlHfelHg. TUHtldJr!! eVehltlg! retlolt f trttdWateb bf Orlahddj tthd MM. \\V. tthjklHrt' bjf iVMrk. )tit I1rt td j JiuHuHillellvflt \

H riibst dellfelllfttl! llhlb. trig! \14. tifdyt bfSnhfhhh. \will be filled l ) lelh'Htl hll}-. 1 -2IJ-H": G0ttditl6tt8 in the mercantile! and in=

rfttttti\ Hf ftlhfcpH Stlirld! Ii4 fctbdulwlflHltl lij Ithbw\ Hull !Fll*! I U fdIdI) l lt HHUr- ; I

llHHktr MtHiBrllll lililli Hlt.l lh\ Hr ftHM rtH Hp FttllHH ft t'toftUo; t ffaflHFd l 3t IW"H'H' tit A>..lttFhh:, tl llf 1.l ztrIlllal dutrialeld) / are! good Crop oondi

HMl tit* llHltlH Ht? Hlf tilifttt-itt mII HI lit* JbMl IIdHkIH itHhlhihildlNlH9FH \ ----- --
tHfat, ttlHI f11tt fHIIt'pt' H:, *IA2iA hldht.: !, B IIItp"I:
tlHH HiFlhttla I I' 1Iltll14! mmtt I8Nk( toni( are excellent(} The outlook 1 16

hall'! /) lliH ahlIn!''') ''!tf! fll-l..lfrniAtiIItY IFH 7\1' 1leitv( IH J,'IaHt'' PijllfilJ.j\ \ a; 1 Il:
H : a; tM bht' VIHI. i1)f\(\t 'drills! '
1f\llll; T flrllufllTknltagivln .f. -t. "'drH fl ItRra:: "H-3.Hth: bright for a period of unprecedented
W.\HHn\ 1IIIIIfI' lti I fllfrU>yftTIII t
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; til.flllti.Ir. p sefcba: :: Hill be j Mj n&Tt-nttr\T"J> : nWH WN i I 7\Nfl prosperity
. f M lore .i.JF.. \'mH! w tl ifltrtAIHii td\ the t |P}t pHI -chw-ph=) this morning: at- 1i t t

;Sr >*hp claim: t fA t I'B firplinp: : the Q:3Q: I ft'plock: The sermon i H to t tJ f5 ,de- Pre Howe]), psteopatbic physician i i

globe' fpr a HOUUUQ| prize, passed livered by Key T- JUpPonnell, pastor lon, announces that he has Truly we have man things to be
through Winter, Park yesterday, completing pf the First Presbyterian chQrl=h. returned from Harvard University,
" U,40} miles of their 85,000 \. cordial invitation js extended! to the where he took post graduate work m
eye, ear nose and throat diseases. thankful for! And not the least of
mile journey. general public to join in a service of Also physical diagnosis (nerves

praise and gratitude. heart, lungs, kidneys and other viscera
.\USITY-F.\CuafY GAMEOn ),diseases.and electrotherapy Office, and contagious build-- these to the people of this commun-
account of the fact that so
many ing, opposite San Juan hotel. Tele-

members to spend of the Thanksgiving varsity eleven at their decided Orlando Rebekah Lodge No. 12 will phone: Office 617; residence 1018. ity i is that there is such a store as ours

homes it was found to call meet at Odd Fellows Hall this evening -
off the game which necessary had been sched- at 7:30. All members urged to MISS MAY HARDAVVAY here to serve them and to meet their

uled for today with the faculty team, be present as there is some important

on Morse Field.SIDEWALK. business to be completed.All PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER requirements."We .
visiting Kebekahs are invited tobe WINTER PARK FLA.


II. Morse is having a concrete By order of noble grand.
Schultz Building. Phone 406
sidewalk laid along the border of his

property on the north side of Lincoln THANKSGIVING CELEBRATION cannot fill your every need

avenue, between !.It rlachcn and Should not be, but often is hard work AH Work Neatly and Accurately Done

Knowles avenues. for the housewife. Not so if you let - --- For Thanksgiving blessing
us bake your turkey, make your pie, your ,
cake and pastry. Come in and let us Room No. 3, Schultz Bldg.
WINTER PARK NOTESMr. know your wants, have a talk with We have
no turkey sauce nor pie
our baker and pastry cook. lie has Dr. C. W. Fain ,
and Mrs. C. II. Morse left yesterday experience and will make the planning I

to spend the holiday season of your Thanksgiving dinner a I DENTIST: But we'll supply the DRESS-ing!"
with Mrs. :Morse's son, C. II. Piffard, pleasure and delight. Old fashioned
pound and fruit cakes, plum pudding, Office Hours: 8 to 12, 2 to 5.
at Fellsmere. They will return to
etc.? etc. Carl Jansen s Bakery, 11 WINTER PARK, FLA.MMIIMMilMMMiMMIIM .
Winter Park the last of the week. North Orange avenue. 1-11-23-3tc

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Miss!' Welsh, one of the popular .
teachers in the Orlando schools', camej j MMMMMt IMI. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .,

to Winter Park >elerda- join her

sister, Mm. S. P. Shepherd. for a holiday !
trip of some, dae to Apopka.Mr I .

He. Nwiirer has t"t't'lt'It II t'll "BUICK" "FORD"Car
Buy or a
Atlanta tit I'It' Hi the 1.p.U.l! nf H a ".

f\\ff\ \ \\hit M ttatittPtmiely, ill Mrs

f flwiUer will ,l-e away from Winter

"IVuk,, for wl-mit tU't''''''.
and be satisfied
----- -- Dickson-Ives, Co
Thanksgiving day will be observed

today M holiday "by I the closing) | r

"lmine |um.tII in Winter Park,

Winter Park Auto Co. Favorite "
"Orlando's Orlando
H. M, and W, J, Culdwell and John Shopping Place Fla.Winter .

K, Lid are spending, a few days on
the East Coat duck hunting.

Mr*. Turner U iprndlng. a few day

at the Utccn home In Mnltlund.'

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I I-n Qlrluttbu( ) uritty county's. Jesse sterling Bumby and one substantial of Orange citizens U "Get It At Allen's" Uo

stole a march on his friends Delicious
when he left Orlando a few days ago
ostensibly on another mission remote
SOCIAL CALENDAR HOW THANKSGIVING WILL BE from the which it turns out to be.
one 0 El ElL.2'L
Thursday November 25. OBSERVED IN ORLANDO He was married in Tifton, Ga., Tues- /s------- .\

Thanksgiving day parties dances and Thanksgiving day will be observedby day evening to one of that city's Huyler's r' I Ice
dinners. the merchants of this city by their charming ladies. The happy couple
Cherokee Camp Fire Girls Thanksgiving usual custom of closing their doors, arrived in Orlando yesterday after-
tea, at Miss Agnes Mussel-
most of them for the entire day. Someof noon over the Coast Line and imme-
te's.Friday., November 26. the grocery stores and meat mar- diately went out to the groom's home
Mrs. Irwin Dunn entertains with kets will open for a short time this about two miles south of Orlando. CreaM
at the New Lucerne, 3
bridge p. m. morning in order to give those who The Sentinel extends its best felici-
Suffrage tea Mrs. G. H. Edwards
1 hostess. have.,forgotten to order their edibles tations to Mr. and Mrs. Bumby.Mr. .
Opening Dance New Lucerne hotel opportunity to buy, and deliver those +
9 p. IDeRECEPTIOX who ordered late. and Mrs. Leonard Bumby entertained '
+ Union services will be held in the Wednesday afternoon in
Sodas S
First Baptist church at 10:30 o'clock.On compliment to Mr. and Mrs. J. Cestia a

Tourist ablaze the whole it will be a quiet and Lawton. There were seven tables of all complete. It embraces rings of all kinds from the tiny baby
Headquarters was
peaceful day in Orlando with dinner players. :Mrs. Irwin Dunn won first El ring to the gold band for the bride with all that goes in between.We .
last evening with a assemblageof
merry the chief feature. Many hunting par- prize for the ladies, a set of cut glass especially invite attention to our diamond rings. They are
hundred winter resi-
nearly one
ties have gone to the woods in questof punch glasses and Mr. Joe Bumby with Whipped gems of rare beauty and exquisite taste.
dents and their Orlando friends. The
game. Other Orlandoites left early Jr., won the gentlemen's prize a silver U
rooms were crowded and in many I I this morning for Ocala to take in the filagreed tobacco jar. Cream & CO. JEWELERS.
cases there were not enough chairs to "
Marion county fair. Orange county + IbzALLEN
go around. The rooms are proving and Orlando is and Mrs.
enjoying peace Robinson-Murphy's assistanceat 01:1 U rJ
popular and no doubt will be throngedwith
general prosperity and it behooves us the reception for the tourists last
winter residents throughout the
to give thanks to Him for His good- night was of the most pleasing na
season. I ness and kindness. ture. Her songs in the Irish and
The reception last evening was in + egro dialect were very entertaining.The Ice Cream DO YOU THANSG1VING
charge of and managed by Mrs.Fleck ROSALIND CLUB DANCE + BRIGHTENING VI-
chairman, and Mrs. Miller and Miss I AIN1 /
llrown. These estimable ladies did A dance, the first of a series of Entre Nous Club was enter- with out paints. Then you'll be sure

all they could to make the people feel special parties to be given at the Rosalind tained Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. delivered in of making a good job ot it, one that
at home and had arranged a Very fine I Club this season, will be held J. Ralph Yearby. The club will meet any toil! do you credit and one that will

which consisted ot speeches, on Friday evening ot hext Week, this heat week With Miss Roberta lirahch. last tor Jrerti-s. Tell Us toUt plans
ehort program talks, and readings, btayoet4perry I date having/ been decided Upon at the + quantity ahd we'll supply l just the fight J1ftlhts,
tatted meeting of the dub yesterday Mrs Chester UoodHeh went to t tt etr,, with which to dd the work
] WaS dtt hahd ahd made a i
ttftrhootii To this townspeople l Jacksonville yesterday ttftetttwn to
frplehdid address* to the! guests, I maybe - -
(Other who participated. in the Invited, the following rules govefii= spend the holidays With relatives* end At '
program friends Orlando Paint & Wall Paper (,.
the uf dull
Injf invitation guesti by
were M,. ifobeflnun/ Mr. tee t= M
26 S, Annul
'ley, Mr!*:!, Murphy, Helen' (lawld, and ni@mb@ralll@gular Orange

MM. lip@rry A royal Heed{ tune was members are permitted to sAy/'e EnglUh, Thanksgiving plum pudding dayA and"*'tor 1 (hard;af@, J(:{; COLEMAN & IUIAN Phone 261
enjoyed by every ene{ and the reeep ,I'invite one friend' !, and the represents* I.u.gt.gt@CAn
ion was the mean of renewing old! I lye roan of each household! of ft regular -

friendships! and getting !Letter I'e* mmber may pome on hU annual LQAU AITLES:'

quainted with one another, courtesy card --- I.
Season members are privileged to A car load of apples direct from Pharmacy
bring an escort, either the represents CAREY HANDFUNERAL
IMIOGUAM AT HIGH SCHOOLThe [ the orchards in Boise Idaho, was offered -
tive man of her household, or a friend. for sale on the Coast Line PHONE 20
following program was rendered
All names of desired guests must
tracks The
at the Orlando high school audi be sent to Mrs. George R. Newell, excellent yesterday.and were retailed apples in were any DIRECTORAND

torium yesterday morning. chairman of the invitation committee, desired.
quantity They were shipped
Thanksgiving Orchestra. song 27, school. not later than Saturday.Ada here by Messrs. John Russell and J. EMBALMERAll

Recitation, Elizabeth Yowell. Bumby, secretary. R. Stewart.
Piano solo Celia Salomon. *
Thanksffivng Day, 46, school. The first of a aeries of six lectures
An Recitation Autumn, The Lullaby First, 111 Thanksgiving, school. was delivered Wednesday afternoonby SERVICES AT CATHOLIC CUUUCUThank.giving FavoriteTODAY'S calls answered Promptly Dayor

i Day, Agnes Hamper. the Rev Eleanor E. Gordon, on
services at the Cath. I
Vocal note, li ulah Irish. "Ralph Waldo Emerson, Idealist," before I'KOGKAM Night. Hand Block. I
olio church Mass 8 o'clock
Orchestra. : a. m.; I
the SorosU Club.. > Keystone. "A Lover's Lost Control -
i for civil and church authorities
+ prayer ; A Keystone comedy, in two Orlando Florida.
Pecans pay-Orlando pecan Belling after maaa offering tor the
; parts, featuring Hyd. Chaplin ,
dinner have been
Many family arranged
at fiOe Ib. For tree see
per pecan needy Reliance, "A Ilridd of the Hea." A I
W>JI,.Ilrokaw, 1.11.2t.2to:: for today I II drama, PHONE 0)9. RESIUENUPUONE 457,
American "(Hue
Knot, lung of
ThU N A pond program" I If you'
John .Hvhnarr, the well knew'by@etlcitla want A good' hutch don't full, to s@sSytt '--- -_ -- --.-.- "'_ ----.L------_ _- .L
man, who him httn, <]ult&. Five(Chnplln; rents, to(t.'lwruV all( brother), ..MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMHMM.
III, was (tide"' to U
yrhtrrtiay fur the! flmt time In mime' ,

week M r. rJchnarr IN. recovering! W. T. BNTKICAN

rapidly and his. many friends are : FRANK A. cuitna WILLIAM It. O'NEAL !
greatly pleased. tlC(' N lm CUNTMACtUtt
Noted among the arrivals In Or. PAINTING, IIECOKATING) ; ETC.
lando yesterday afternoon over tho
Atlantic: Coast Line was Dr. W It 1'hotte 217.SKATING .

Weston, who has spent the summer
at Harrington, Mass. 11 J reports hav- -- -- - ------ -

ing spent a pleasant time but is glad

to be back in the City Beautiful.Mrs. CURTIS & O'NEAL

; J. H. Harris, of Nablesville

Ind., arriver yesterday for a visit with RINK
I her granddaughter Mrs. Clarence : Insurance Loans Real Estate :

Brown. Mrs. Harris was here last
winter and has many friends who wel- Rentals

come her back to Orlando. She will ,

remain until after the Christmas hol- Every Friday Afternoon School
iday season.
I Children Session, Girls 5c,

Representative At Mrs. D. A. Irwin and Mrs. Tesson, Boys lOc
of Washington D. C., and Mrs. Pot-

Ocala Fair Wired ter, of Pennsylvania, arrived in Or- Lady attendant to look after the ESTABLISHED 1MIMMMMM
lando last evening over the Coast Children
t Line and are pleasantly' located for''
Us the winter at the Summerlin. These
I estimable ladies hate been coming to . MMMMMU. " ... . . ,.. . . .
this city for several seasons and are
warmly welcomed by a host of

( ; tntOTIttiltM WINTER CAR HAH IIEEN; OIIOS* I !' The Eola Packing CompanySpoclnHlou

I EN IOU THE tlOVERNUR, IN THE. PARADE.) Mr. and Mr, t L tt. Chamberlain AND (tllAM( ) MAHCIINnvfhtl

WE ARE UNLOADINU TIVE $ nt-Httil In the city kpsl@rdnt! rtflerIIMMH tHtUkbij, H.UttlU
till the tnmprt gpednl' hfltt- pe ;art !
"1't'lttlititht' \W tltt1e, > Ht |t.l-l htin,
iM'i.i'iHNd( \' ) ( noAiKimi) Ii,1 I I"I'lylt PART OP( TIIIH' North\ iMMrt, tllttltIll) be Ittttl@d! l at' HUUIU'AIINIVAtiGRAND( I
t'11Nkpf11: Modem' ..fillfplHr'nt4hittitira
('lI tflm .
Nu1\ Ninth' Uitiili\ site t li MF Klltt t
I @y > :
I (!'tell I'nb, Pt IIii
WHHU.WH I $ 'Hllll ItrlyrsI"' :
AIIIJ WIIIIM(! PAC'IORV( 'l'OIt1'0' ) ) IK( > Mr: "riHiMtpiUii' ) hftvti htHItum ':1.11\\1\11\\ \ (nrnWH ,teams I' fpf/nf\1/ \PAHGrowers n
fMF mVKdl anti Ilu, itatwit
IfH\ ANOTIIKK( HVH" (CAR dllll'III' N'I'1' tsars ? '
I ht M-I H f fntnij! '* in Octant) wtin ,are Shipper!* and layers! l Invited to inspect the plant and arrange >

UN'I( ;, >hH\fli td4J' h welcome them 1.j4tI\: for harvesting. and' packing, their pr,r,a,

ALLPHILLIPS Fruit l I 1'arked and shipped as directed hy the own r of the good.

Mr. Herbert" P. Pettier, the popular PACKING IIOU8K$ Corner Concord Ave, and A, t C, I., Tracks,

I commercut agent of the AtUntic W II. HUI.K, Mgr J, R, "'.-\GE, Asst Mgr C, A, COCIIHAN,
Coast Line, with headquarter in Albany 1I TODAYGeorge Packing House Foreman
Ga., is in the city to spend

I Thanksgiving with his mother and I I Patronage Respectfully Solicited
sister, Mrs. J. W. Gettier and Miss I
Kleiue Presents
& SUNS Norma, at their home on ffertb Orange ( .
avenue. Mr. Gettier Is accompanied ,,
l by his friend, Mr. W. A. Tur "THE NAKED TRUTH"In 1 MARRIAGE INVITATIONSReception

ner, who ia connected with the A. C. Five Parts I
210 S. Orange Ave.
L. as agent in Albany.Mrs. .
and Visiting Cards

PHONE 56 Featuring the celebrated
Wilbur, of Rochester N. Y., arrivedin Actress
Orlando last evening over the Atlantic FOR SAMPLES AND PRICES:
Coast Line registering at the LYDA BORELLI

New Lucerne, where they have engaged From the famous French novel J. P. STEVENS ENGRAVING CO.,
accommodations for the win I
ter season, as has been their custom by Henry Bataille. Fortyseven Whitehall Street Atlanta, Georgia
during the past several years. Mrs. i

LeGacy, who has a host of friends in

Orlando, expressed herself as being II Try A Sentinel Want AdI
*MIlilillMMIiliiii IMMMIIIMfr delighted to again return to this city. 10 cents 15 cents

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( : ) CAHDS 1'I.OUIIt.Sl'IIOOl.S) I'ISI'S1.: 11.i. ..: IIA.NDOM I NOTKS: sores: "ntOM) \\1 INICKMiURWJnJermere ) : FORAGE' GROCERY

I 1'Jw., Nov. s.:i Iii CO.

ROBINSON & BEARDALL I Wlmt'o th" muter with Florida' I'jne Castle Flu., Nov. 23.-:Mr. "nIrll. and Mm: Juhn A. Thonp""n *i>vn\

i'huol.! :\ John Barr of :MunnlU-IJ, Ohm.Hcrhvl last 'Ihurktlay in Kisiimmue\ the A visit to our store will make you a
ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW here Thursday evening for u guests of Mr S. I., Lupfer.Mr. .
that tuk-j
the things
Probably Mime visit at the home of their children and Mrs I:. II. Burroughs, of regular customer.
No. 4 West Pine Sreet from the fullest efficiency of schoolsin 1*. :M.
Mr. and Mrs. Shanmbarger on Trenton. N. J., have arrived in Win-
other southern states, if not in every
Lake Conway The greatest pleasurein dermere and are their cot-
Union. In the main, it
Phone 161 state of the this visit is the enjoyment of little tage on Lake Down
is a lack of adaptability to the physical Florida Stew Beef Ib-jc Western Pork Loin Ib._2Jc
their first
Jack grand-
and mental capacities of the pu- Shannibarger, Mr. M. R. Vaughn spent several Chuck Roast, Ib-12 1-.c Slice Ham, tine, Ib.____ 25c
child. day in Dade City last week on busi Round -1 -__-17c Slice 1 Breakfast Bacon lb.t2ae;
DAVIS '& GILESATTORNEYSATLAW pils, which detracts from their high- Miss Alma :Manns, of Cincinnati, 2 Ibs loin or short cut-35c Slice Breakfast Bacon 1 Ib bo\- _J3c;
est usefulness.It ness.Mrs. Florida Pork Stew, b-I5c ALL KINDS: S.IUKIUIE.T: -
must be evident to the studentsof Ohio, who has been visiting her sister Jennie Scott will spend Florida fork Ham, Ib._lfc.c I'KICES UK11IT

that the same methodsof Mrs. F. W. Anderson, on the Thanksgiving in Orlando with her 2 Ibs. Pork Chops-30c 2 Ibs. Cod Fi=>h___--___.--____ _25c
psychology Peninsula, left Sunday afternoon on daughter Mrs. Clarence Brigham.Mr. 2 Ibs. Sausage Meat------------3: Blond Pork Ham, Ib_-- __Ibc
training do not fit all children 2 Ibs. Hamburger Steak___.25c;; Fresh __ "I
Phone 72 Eggs ___ Jdc _
her return to her home in the Queen :: Bringham, who is at St. Luke'shospital --- -- --
equally well, and the inelasticity of

Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8.- the common school system requiresthat City.Miss is improving.Dr. .
Hazel Bennett has returned F. S. Tuthill, of Concord, Mich.
Davis & McNeill Block the child be accommodated to
the system rather than the systemto home from a visit with Miss Bertha who is interested in the Windermere

the child. Much responsibility remains Getch, of Winter Garden. Improvement company spent several
in Windermere last week.
under this system with the Mrs. S. Frank Phillips was the days
'I Mr. S. A. : of Elkhart Ind.,
Victor Starbuck teacher of the younger pupils, that guest of friends in Orlando Friday.Mr. Miller ORLANDO ROOFINGANE
has joined his family, who are occupying
the individual necessities be studiedout H. A. Hoffner of Jacksonville,
a cottage on Lake Bessie.
and met. visited with his for few
ATTORNEY-AT-LAV; parents a
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schreier of
In the first place the child of aver days the last of the week and greatly
:rbone 161 age mental capacity and physical ac- enjoyed with his father Mr. C. II. Toledo Ohio have arrived for the SHEET METAL CO '
winter and are occupying one of the I
tivity should not be sent to school be- Hoffner, a day's hunting on Saturday.
No. 6 W. Pine St.Orland, Fla fore it is seven years old. To this Mrs. Mary Case and family are in Chamberlin cottages on Lake Bessie.! ;, ----- -
Mrs. II. II. Williams, Sr., Mrs. Jen-
time of life, knowledge is acquired by Vermillion, N. D., where they were Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
nie Scott and Miss Ruth Pansing
observation and not by any processes called by the death of her mother.Mr. ,

of'reasoning. Up to this period the :: and Mrs. J. C. Fulford and spent Saturday in Orlando shopping. and Rubber RoofingsCornices
Miss Edith Davies and Miss Norah
child is an imitative little animal, friends spent Sunday with Mr. and
James, of Orlando were guests of
WHITE whose chief occupation is growing, Mrs. Wm. Hansel motoring over from Skylights .Healing Ventilating il'fal Ceilings
R. RAY Mrs. W. E. Marsh over the week end. ,
eating and sleeping and playing, and Lockhart.Dr. .
& Rev. and Mrs. Robert Jones, of
undoubtedly this is of nature's plan- Poulson and Rev. E. Lee Smith
ATTORNEY-AT LAW Ithaca, N. Y., arrived in Windermereon Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
heard to good advantage in the
ning.When were Tuesday and will spend the winter
Room 44 it has completed its first Baptist church Sunday.
with Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Brigham.
septennium and from then to the tenth Saturday was the occasion for the ---

Watkins Block Orlando, Fla. year it begins to differentiate from happy celebration of Miss Hilda Grif. I _

the animals into the human, with its fin's birthday anniversary. The party ORLANDO IS FAST PROVING r

reasoning powers more or less in em- from Orlando was chaperoned by Miss ITS NAME

bryo, but ready for the careful training Eliza Wright and the party from
Worthington B 1 ackm&nATTORNEYATLAW of the schools. Kissimmee by Mrs. C. W. Griffin. "City Beautiful"There ACCIDENT IIEALTH

But the modern school system ig- Meeting at Pine Castle, they repairedto LIABILITY AUTOMOBILE

nores the physical needs as well as Aden's grove and enjoyed a picnic
have been over 10 miles of
the mental capabilities of the average dinner. PLATE GLASS BURGLARY
Phone 617
brick streets put down within the
youngster. While it fails largely to The young people gave their play, city limits in the past year, borderedon PROPERTY DAMAGE WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION
Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck mental and to
estimate the capacity "
'All a Mistake, in Winter Garden each side by concrete side walks,
worth Building. adapt the school room work' it also Friday night and cleared a very fine which will be completed this winter.
the endurance
gauges powers bodily sum for the organ fund for which Beautiful homes demand beautiful
by that of the teacher usually
they are working. A few more pre sidewalks and streets, and it takes
Phone 72 a person of adult years. The tendencyis sentations of this play in neighboringtowns all three to make a beautiful city. Georgia Casualty CompanyGEO.
to overtax the mental receptivityof
and the folks will have.
young If a good sidewalk has not been
the child, perhaps to foster the budding
the full amount for the church
organ put down in front of your place you

Paul V. HutchinsAttorney ing it genius keep pace of the with 8-year that old of the by mak-childof church.which is to grace the new Baptist are not beautiful.doing your part to make the A. HUTCHINSON, General Agent.

and Counsellor at Law a dozen years or more. Genius of Orlando, Florida
size should be repressed,
the budding
The want ad's the thing.
not encouraged.And Call the Room 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone 700
Davis & McNeil Bldg in the earlier years of school .

ORLANDO, FLA. life the physical should be watched ORLANDO CONCRETE

more carefuly than the mental, for Thanksgiving DinnerAT r WORKSand --
exhaustion spoils mental - ---
get figures on all classes of con ,
Dr. F. F. Thompson work even makes it worse than use- crete work.
less.The Try A Sentinel Want( Ad"

daily sessions of Florida schoolsin Phone 495 401 Long St.

DentistFormerly the city or country, are too long The Palms

for continuous work,-in other words, 1..11..11.11 111111111 M M I M III 111111++1 11111 II III M M 11111I II 1 1 II I . "I II
of New York recesses are too few and in many instances . 103 E. Robinson Ave.

115 SOUTH ORANGE too short. No child, boy or

girl, from seven years up to the college Baked Turkey Sage Dressing *
Over Curtis & O'Neal's time should be confined contin- Cranberries Celery "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree

uously in the school room without relaxation -
Mixed Sweet Pickles
for more than two hours.

DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST Two shorter sessions,with an hour for Fruit Salad Lettuce '

lunch between are vastly better, more Creamed Irish Potatoes Unless Budded

healthful, than one session a day that Candied Yams

stretches from 8.30 a.m., to 1.30 or 2 \
Phone 716 p.m., and defers the noon lunch an Spaghetti and Cheese . : from Bearing

Rooms 2 and 3- hour or more beyond the proper and Green English Peas t

usual time, Steamed Rice .3 ,
DJdg. drown men, especially those engaged Cream Raisin' Pie Fruit Cake trees of a known

\ in office or mental work, often .
boast of going without lunch, 'fh t'lithtlr

lookout and they are responsible EAT LESS MEAT and
fur' themselves, but\ no fhlM should\ be Quantity

tuhUneit\ that way, Jlelrtuwtlon nnd, t 7 '_ '
1'wren!inn .*hfi iW never "l-e- Interfered,

with 'liy "N-HMtil, wink or, limifs, They" IF BACK HURTSrate" Quality of Pro-

L H. KAMSDIUOPTOMtTMIfcT "ultituM, l 1.4i "fwtvMeil I l.efoie the! cthnu

> Inn of "I'lijTslfttl' !Iniu-tlnn+ I l-pnttmlm+ the

ORLANDO, . rLOIMDAWK gaily tttiil, ituIN the brnlti. To keep| n glAM Of B&lU tO flMh KidfltJI duction."--0.W.
liitd "In nt rpces"! should hoi lie if Bladder bothsri you-Drlnk
teacher.for .
within the Authority of any loU of water.
It t t" an unwarranted nlu"e" of
ornrAtPLUMBING" "Al1u"n" barer. Conner.

And for the growing/ active child. Eating meat regularly eventually produces
kidney trouble In some form or
the lunch and meal hours should be, other, says n well.known authority, tie' lives like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
'Ued. No school work "should, be allowed cause the uric acid in meat excite the grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.

to displace! them. You don't expect kidneys, they become overworked; get
SALLAS & SALLAS sluggish; clog up and cause all sorts of I IdiBtrros
do his best if
your horse to you particularly backache. and tale.try
208 Boone Street lon't take care of him and care means in the kidney' region; rheumatic twinprs -

roper food nt the proper time nnd revere headache. acid. stomach, count Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAIIA

Phone 597. plenty of it, nnd full hours of rest. bladder!pat ion and, torpid urinary liver irritation., BlcepleMness, NURSERIES began to educate the public as!' to what really constituted a real, first-class

Don't ask! more of your child than 1 he moment your bock hurt or kiJnoys nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -
of horse.Florida's aren't acting right, or if bladder
your school' schedules reed lathers. you, pet: about four ounce of by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND

SURVEYINGPlating remodeling, and they must be changed, Jail alts from. any good pharmacy i : '; trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -
take a tabe.! "r.onful in a ploM of water '
Kubstnntially: tore the mntt'rinlll4.'ht'- U'fore breakfast for a few la). and your i five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery production. -
and Sub
-Dit'iding fit from them shall bo on A par with kMjiowill' then act fine. This famous What would YOU do in their place, :Mr. Planter Why of course you would sell your
the excellence of the equipment that alt* it trade from the acid of grapes
PROMPT AND ACCURATE and lemon juice, combined with lithia, trees and adopt the surest method. Hut you are n BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE
in the most -
WORK inn been provided prosperous and hit teen used! for pentratkm to interested in the very best result you can get from yorr grove when you have spent your
and advanced counties nailcities
Ihmh clopcvd kidneys and stimulate themto
of the !ltn tl'. normal activity also" to neutralize\ thact'U time nnd money to bring it into bearing.

HAL A. IRISH in the urine no it no longer irritates Then do not be ml ll'lullJy claims Intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where
t thus. ending bladder' tllnordrrt..Ul .
Cl\ll Engineer: HImI'I'I.I': ;:! toaU.: cannot Injure anyon i I you arc abnolutdy !xnfe. Get them from the OCI\I.A\\'I\IIA NURSERIES: : the originatorsof

makes n delightful! rifrr, 'rmnt. lithia proper' practices In propagntlon for the! express' purpose of producing the ono thing
water drink which million .>f mm nn4w
47 WntkliH! Illilit., Orlando Fin. Tar land of Idaho wpplm nt foot of
Church street,them.011 A. C. L 11. 2l-3t truck: .., avuldiag kMiii v* and ivrloue l urliurv""llIf1II"oryint. ......clean.... thusOrland Our trees, will cost' you more, may bo fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor I Shnmol'M

Tome anti see work In California has demonstrated that an Increase of fit per cent can be obtained our

F. A. PEPPERCORNt A-ny, over the ordinary method of propngniion. What then Is the fifteen to thirty fJnta In

Cafe comparison? CATALOGUE( FREE-Write for It.

Plane. 37

75c Thanksgiving Dinner 75C

Ocklawaha Nurseries
L Hutton
Urttprfruit MnrnrhlnoOjtUr linked Apples| | n la I'ortujte

t til Liberty St. New York N.V .' I'mktttll I Ltttu Mid l totti to, !MnjnniMMn 0. \\V. hmher i .l'rltttl' | ( Itlr, tilhutrlrih> .MoHtid.G I .
Qouti I =hm! IN tnlne' 0

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I"hIt', "'"I" "M G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida
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PRESCRIPTIONSYou DEDEAGATCHNaval erecting city of the Tampa main this exhibit week building began - Pittsburgh, Pa.-The eightieth anniversary I I the only] place in Orlando, perhaps -
of the birth of Andrew Carnegie ,
of the South Florida Fair. The in the State to
Y and the fifteenth anniversaryof serve a
cost of erecting and furnishing the
.will probably employ a regular family physician whoso building will be not less than $15,000:; the will Carnegie Institute of Technology j Thanksgiving Dinner with Cranberry
be observed
at the
judgement, you rely upon. Men Say There Never r for and other contracts buildings will be including let immediately those in I founders' day celebration at the annual institute ! I Sauce and accessories for

After he has studied a case and decided just what remediesare Was Such a Fire Before which livestock are to be housed. Tbe : hundred today educators and tomorrow.and professionalmen Several 25 cents is the Model.

required to relieve the trouble he writes a prescription. lIe big grand stand in Plant Field is to from various We do not
be remodelled and parts of the country pretend to make
hands. you the prescription and expects you to have it filled by a enlarged and none are here for the exercises. A feature
of the building work is to a profit on meal of
cost the I a this kind,
re ble pharmacist. ONLY SOUGHT DESTRUCTIONBritish Fair association a penny. It is oft the celebration will be the
expected *
presentation to gusts of honor of people have been
that very good us
Bring your prescriptions to us and the medicine will be sure building work alone will bronze medals commemorating the
to 'have the cost the city not less than $20,000 oc the last year, and past
casion. years,
exact potency and action which the physician desired. Officer Say That They Did Not and possibly more.Amusement .

We make a specialty of prescription work and have an unusual Try to 8Uughtr Any On -Cv.ry I features of the fair nnd we feel like reciprocating.
Tim One of the Fires Get Dim An. will be the finest NEW YORK WILL EAT TURKEY
stock of prescription drugs and a splendid equipment in the way other Shell Was Hurled Into the the principal acts ever never seen having In Florida been TO EXTENT OF $1,180,000 Our regular 25c. meals] and 15

of apparatus and other requisites which are required for thescientific Duildlnfl-Wind Gave Big Aid. brought South bfore this season. Harness cent specials will continue to be

: handling of prescriptions. The tendon Time publishes' letttn and running races will be held New York.-The city health department the best

\)ur prices are never higher than elsewhere, to if you will from a lliltluli. natal olflcer fiiunupj In dully, but no gambling will be allowedon Is taking unusual precautionsthis that can be served for

brine tbo boiiiluirdnifiit of cdt'agatch.. on the track or near the grounds. Product year to protect New York'sThanksgiving the money.
your prescriptions to us Le of
you may sure a superior the llulciirlnii
limit He dinner.
unyi: premium lists will be. Extra Inspect
quality of servcle at the moat moderate cost. "About Il'e: IOONO off at the bin I distribution about December ready ICth.for ors have been stationed at the mar I Nothing cheap but the price.
We ask the privelege of filling barrack to the went of l>(>dt>niritcb kets.
They that
your prescriptions and should and Roiiirnlmt Those desiring lists should! write A. L. report the cold storage Oysters fresh
nntlotnlr nirtiltcit tbiln every day.
also like to supply other turkeys In better
your drug needs. ' Allen are condition
tfol'lr. Inti-lllirfiici' secretary. Preparations also
r'-JII.rt| > find I given \ -
IH rui-oiti tn 'U-llctf I tlrii there are under way for promotion of the than usual! but some Oriental Imports OPEN DAY AND NH1IIT

W13 JtVti BAVMdS! CHECKS lIltl"1" !'I(.' IMINNI lucii iiinl till, giiti4 or (In" mHIIrt Carnival, which will be nre being condemned. New York's
the grafter' part| : nf I tlictn iiKiiltut lit flnnhced solely by Tamprt business/ bill' for Thithkpgltltig turkeys alone' TheModelCafe
I Out, 1I1."t -lu't brtttlfiht: ilit'lll (HtflliR Ollt ntH! society men nhd Used tj dt'rtw H MtlmnM! nt $1,190.00(1.( More
bt the ":''tHII't", / ,
11111t'II".1( till it lilt theft 1,000,000
hllli li.t! lid.ht Pi.t jlinitHull -. t ctowds! frl bthet- state! t to the' fttlf.KMilkti bound's: bf froztH tur-
:'. key nlrtttdy' has beep plated' till M!*.
ti f 11111I t'llllIlIt t bHHl-rwl, IIttIU'Itt .
LUCERNE PHARMACY Hl'Mttl' if Oil 1 irilii4 i jHrtltltltf Mi"HtHlH+ ( ''J 1llAt l'lt' '
bhfM Hill) .ttirt-ltlfitf, lethal HH-rt.. tif' Ift* -
"'1111.... I'ttlt.en; 'nIH|( IHiH HM 1".l1II1.. Slemolls' Milliller
.I'llONH y I M HIM Miliillfirf' 1 Ihlhk,, Hint "WH IlhI>! In (Htt' ttty' IMF( future HIP eHy' Hill i i

ftt.f IllIff Hflf$ tlJlII: lie kFFti Hit(f Hilt 1" HH: Uriltl> MHJ-M ht lltprll'rtl thifa. I'fift' T Tampa S
iHFihelulirtluh; Hlhl "d4Niflkuh11I .sIRNFh.: eHFHH HHjlar UFRRgp ,H"HH I SpecialVIA It:1I111: fj: 4' 1I1\1

3tttutttt...................tttttttt..............t 'FHii'W'fHF' / H* Dm"11111.HlfWj'Mint-to imitfHF]1 fttiHilfi''ItHlM'* l'lIff Mil fl llac$ $ JHHI'liHrlt! = flJ+
=- iilcI:4. serf III"I In If M ? Mfe'MF" i+f WW fUH'f t \ Raft It Fhal' P FleIh' Rt f
....................... ......... .............. ....." Nluteell" ,. ,1411., fmI I flUinhH'+ lthila, 't'hey wilt 'ha .Im- i Rtlia Veivet: 1141c, fY1
"Misr It Ml' Wit Wftt' f"F the l Mrhnr, 'ta (the bjpp' |ft at |the fPfP F P? OFnge Rt f 311, -fOr) ,

very 'WKy' : work M W>tt hulls if ..hlt avenue and "Vine street: p,pept Atlantic Coast I Line .f.III), ,,b410, 'tUh1,
I nlhlQ l< $ i ufintf| ; TiMweU) which wt N4, that they are big enough! fpr motor. rhildrens hats "1.10, "1.41 .and Jlpr
ortlersu" uboui at' uere lust trgyAn4I-he late ta see I Our styles are so good-ami our
Thanksgiving Proclamation
: ; low PUILT pmikwuter, sna toe teas t Standard Railroad of the South I prices are so reasonable that you will
alteration In I be elevation of toe find our store the
gun best
made a big difference. TWO TURKS TO DIE fOR ABUSING Reinaugurated Nov. 15th-16th place In the
We have a full line of delicacies for that Thanksgiving "Fortunately the population had all ARMENIANS city for millinery,

gone away, and the Berlin.-Overseas News Agencysays
troops stayed behind
Dinner. Ten barrels Red -
Apples, Grapes and Cranberries
up In the hills. When we realized Schedule Daily Millinery

direct from New York. We will have special clerks to that there was no one hurt it Just became "Telegrams from Damascus state Lv. Ar. StoreCLINT
a bonfire of Trafalgar day fire that Djemal Pasha commander of 12:45
p. m. Tampa 4:00
wait upon our Thanksgiving trade and our delivery works.! It being the one hundred and the Turkish forces in Syria has ordered 1:20 p. m. Plant City 3:25 p.p. m.m.
tenth anniversary. We set all mannerof that the chiefs 1:38 p. m. Lakeland 3:07
service of two Turkish p. m.
will bring them to you on time. things on fire. The only things that bands be hanged for ill treatment of 2:52 p. m. Kissimmee 1:51 p. m.
defied os utterly 3:22 Orlando
were haystacks. We p. m. 1:20 p. m.
We are having burned a vast mountain of coal many 4:05 p. m. Sanford 12:43 p. m.
a Special Sale all this week See
railway vans and trucks sbtoa and two 5:54 p. m. Palatka 10:44 p. m. BASSPHONE
large posters for prices oil stores but the best blazed: were the The want ad's the thlD 7:30 p. m. Ar. Jack'lle Lv. 9:15: a. m. ,

warehouses behind the calnnc harbor I EQuiDment will l'nn i t nf 'Pnn...".. S75
and an Immense factory stuffed with Broiler-Observation Parlor-Cars:'A.-C.: West Jefferson Street

highly inflammable goods. This was S. Helen Graves L. Free Reclining Chairs Cars Stan- I
six stories nnd ten windows square and dard Vestibuled Coaches and Combination Successor to
WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS had two annexes each of four stories. Coach and Baggage Cars. I

Aided by Roaring Wind. body Shampooing massage manicuring scalp treatment facial and for I Hand Wood CompanyWood

"With a roaring wind to help us and falling hair given under modern
no fire brigade to spoU the fun. It wasa scientific principals. >Iy treatment For Information Call on of All Kinds
'Our most gorgeous flare-up and the for same has given entirely satisfactory W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. I
Grocery Company flames cast shadows six sea miles results. .My special facial mas- PROMPT SRRI'ICRRIASON1IRLE
away. sage brings back the youthful appear- W., R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. '

Two Phones: 3 and 200 : and"Nearly vans burned tweUe kilometers of trucks ing ance the of muscles jour former of the self face by neck develop etc. Orlando' 'I PRICE

merrily the fire JumpIng Prices for switches of the best quality -- -- -
6 and 8 E. Pine : along from one to another and on application. Appointment can be -
Orlando, Fla. even eating away to windward. The made by phone, 679. Hours from 9 r
.. storehouses! burned well section after to 12 a. m.,1to6p.m.

section cntrhing. They bad great glass PARLORS
.. skylights which were shattered by the Yowell-Duckworfh Building
IM4 1"1'1"" t t t t 111 t I1I11111111 shell aul"pnUlnted the Ore nicely.' Room No. 1 Orlando. Florida
Tin harbor
office must have t
had Kottipthliitf/ dry Inside, as It burned --- --- -
1'1t'tlllh1lr CAKE ANI

"The great thing about It was that CANDY PAIILOR
Hammond & Gore not>ndy tried. to |nit out the this and r
If (me tilt utitoky shell brightened Delicious Candles, CAb!!, Sandwiches,
tiling,, up n bit and improved Uw tent etc. '
FUNERAL DIKECTOHS) AND KMIIALMCHSHeal \ Him Inn. mi I don't nupttona I shall ever Orders taken" for parllei. "Sturdy n o file Oak"
wee finer/ biases Hum l
Qllplur"tcb. Located in
rear of llranth'e
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st(>nrk fruiu the
Values tires ffiiliiff tu .UwwanL and big tliaaa factory davel.w set t. Store, Arcade Entrance Fours. Sixes; ; nnd EIJhtM-Speeder*, Roadsters nnd Touring Cnn. ,

Low Priced ol'e I' I ,,ll. The ftftl| heap/ fire unfortu- 'TO*' t., tram, K'. n. II. l'n..tnrsr.
nil,..1|y could nuC' spread tIJ
COMPARE (but It I'tirm-d and glowed in the wild ; for In the Oakland you get power with the added feeling that you
"Tbu nliul' WAIl strung from the FISH; AND OYSTERS drive the best looking car on the road. The Oakland Northway

OUR FURNITUREWe northfiiHt, H town wits In little danger from the half]
the tory of the wonderful
responsive of the Oakland
tins, niu| w-e did nut shoot at the power
nt buns or gov.eriiii THE WALDECKEH FISH CO., Fours Sixes and Eight The motor Is! the most powerful made
provide the quality of furniture that hat long been accepted were ninniitf, the private postofflce bouses., as they 206 Boone Street With Its pmall bore, long stroke nnd large valves, speed of revolu
by knowing furniture
buyers at the standard of merit. If '
" Mured on until after dark, enluying tions means a continuous flow of power. It means not only smooth
article U here
an it good. It wouldn't be here were It otherwise. the blase, The flames from the -. going on the level road but a hill climbing ability unsupassed.
can't make
this point too rll'ar-it it one of the foundation big niirrluium must tints shot up 810
tones of this business and that means much to any buyer feet tit tours from the roof and the Ore Add To The Appearance

solid from the basement up.
weal. MrriineM: fifty or kitty feet Ionsipwnril OaklandFours
tulllJlIJIt! front flitch of the sixty.
McNLILI & DAVIS BLOCK triutlun-s t'" the front and from the
t"u nntiotee unit ttlmloivs at the west mill vnlue of your home by put*

Corner Orange Are and Church rJtreet Orlando Florida Kl-b ting down good concrete: side* and Sixes
oil slut-c I t.llth..1. l dtlritiK the I \\'htk ,
nflchioiih, HHltUis. H KlnW olid
I Iliiltii" but, luiwlli' Vprjr t'trtfki' greasy' Our ttot-kmeti I are!: not mtlypntterfult they' tire! the! iwwl utrtkinKty) iittmlfjtne: !
I llli'hlllil' kllllifcf, Wlltt'll Puce lfX" feet ttt-e itiei'lmiiltH!!I eenrEr utt tht+ .'und, .
ah'I' eltlsg' ttsii ltlef ''tIP tltlUU' 'aril with tiprieiu'p< |, rend hlJIlIt)'.
flllll'll i'hfulltHlalpiy' '' It was 11111 (picklilt 1.-rijlmr Wettae 'Line* (the 'I.t>ttt Wind' lM( .fiin't
Dr. Henry G. Hanchott "Ills. t!Fnitit'i", 11,1 1'1111''"t but -"Mil" All woik jtii rHiitppil to dv, y:I.-ltuW| ('enter of (ClrllII)' with (J""uIUmul' ('lttnru ('ttUrtlitt

liar' II, "Illlf (DIM fallwily \&\"\ Nit' I'll' tip f11'/it.fIRi( / s anal pMthfHftnry ;i,-( HI mm.Hi with 1IIIfIt Wcluht
Pianist' nnd Teacher tar' III If. III'tll"p( utiilT ran out all lilac -1-lIll1h "Hpeed Motor' with Jrr.il(' "Prewar
loir,, It linn hitfiit,, !N"fiiorvvn: \ .gut ibrlriiln Call find 1 get our low figure on :i.-J with
kllthlt'tt 11r1',111TIIk1TS-; ; ,| I'f|' the' |".la>*, but tit st t pf 'then si! classe! of concrete t work, fnnnmy 'fU\U'Y

Aiidphi! National 1 Turk and Hrenau Collei'eli! m-ru hi| HID/ r ':l'Iunllal' ) part of Hit/ These! are Oakland points of SUrERIORITV' all of which are
Namelime' Metropolitan: and ethoven Cona.erVMoneli, IUHII,, wldi'h' '', I llilnk, ((4" safe Wo dM found! In no other car
(Mrrrlur' .Monteagle ant! Florida Chautamjuds. nut Strut ut It, and the wed did nut '
Choral and Orchestral .Societies. threaten It"SAVE ." ORLANDO CONCRETE LET US SHOW YOU-THE CAR IS WAITING
Organist of Two Fifth Avenue (N'.Y.) Churches. "'ORKSManufacturers

About 300 in New York City. Also before Columbia
Recitals Cornell Pennsylvania Peabody, Vassar Smith and FIGHTERS FIRSTI"Britiih of Concrete I I J. B. Magruder Jr.
and other Universities. Colleges Assemblies and Clubs Products ,
Lecture in all parts of the country. Women Refuse French Chivalry
When Ship It Torpedoed. PHONE 34
New Music Studio ready Dec. let at 107 America Street. The London Morning lost corre- 407 Long St. Phone 495

Temporary Address, 511 Anderson St. pondent x-inls n story told by the cap
lain of n french oniUer which Illustrates
the lnn{,,'rt.int part being playedby Pansy Plants, RoseBushes
many .>f the imble women in the Proper Christmas CardIs
war Tliiir'.iiii' was Instrumental Petunia
XSljour home taospnere witlieTqnisite = ,
lasting fragrance Mving '
n nnmfier lit lire of pn" ('n ers
ED. PINAUD'S LILAC I t when a irt's'i: ! tnn-i: ".orf was torr1- PlantsLeave engraved to order for your personal use. We have a beautifulline
dad.ore rim: a;.o In the Aegean>
The great French perfume, winner of highest international t I sea: <>n I.'..ml ..t which were thirty-six jour orders here of samples and have taken several orders during the past
awards. Each nur lnu si"'h'rs, of whom ten ,
as sweet and fraqrant the living Lilac I were week.
A celebrated connoisseur said "I ,
: don't
you can sell such a remarkable perfume for 7S cents a bottle"see-and \\ u the Trench taunts came on the It is a pleasure] to show :you these beautiful
remember each bottle scene HitntirMs samples, even if
contains 6 oz.-it is wonderful value. Try it. called out with one Violet
our Ask American your dealer today for ED. PINAUD'S LILAC. For 10 cents acctird. "I'lshtlns: men first:" Such an Dell Florisl.J. you do not order.
offices will send you a testing bottle. Writod.J). Instance! of devotion to the Das surely .
PARFlMERffi ED. HSAID Dept M ED. mAtD deserves to live In British nlatory.
Bldg., New York M. CARUTHERS I \Y. S. BRANCH,

t Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

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fMOM AHOUM() U IMKNNEN (ftlth, nhJ nun, bf Newton, Alma!!!,, who IIUItAIN It) 1 iKNtJIi l AMOUNfH Ih.ut LOANK 1+ -
Mt'ATtlltt will upend the winter with them+
i Mr. tttiil MM, Charles I H. MrMrihiwhave 1'flll.'h' =:h'tlr" the )Ur|hu*p et f ntl
"f the liuittn' b I t'P part' tit the i.",inge
letilined tit tnt HI\t'lIlIt t\ l flf l
h'In -
8talh'u t \ \
IIfl t\
IlIw t+ilittke Jennie\ Jewel for+ lhdwetter of the+ VrMiMiitf vlrtaoua the fHrvernnltnt
Hi 'lh ,IplN' "+'fa dewFt'
itdpifM pull, \ ll F Huo'Uy .dlll..1! | I. strut 1"4111'' WIIi14' their Pml ear the talus pt ane pound hr mullihlas"'
'f ftirty
wvpiHire MUttfutawp+ hall anal| have travelled' more Hum $,.tIlIUI"iljlli ) thereof, \bearintf B per cent,
thi I U"lm I
; in'jI l ; leaving here 'last' April,
tha rule' ,'i..iUnlf. the California expositions( ,
HumUy; was
Temperance Yellowstone Park Grand! Canyon, etc. Convinced
November 14 by a program that California dots notcompare CIGARETTE OF QUALITY
They report THE
of Mrs Marzhan ThU in with Florida for a winter, "Yes" said! the specialist, aa he ,
a splendid talk by Miss Anne ( st.ood.Iy the sick contractor, "1 can
Rnl.hina.. one of the nationalV.) C. T. resort. cure"What\ou.will it cost" asked the sick
U. lecturers. Miss Robbing had been man faintly."Ninetyfive.
in Orlando attending the abate W. C. J. P. MORGAN RETURNED dollars." I
T. U. convention and is on her way "You will have to shade your pricea made
little," replied the contractor. "I
to Porto Rica where she will engag New York.-J. P. Morgan returned got a better bid from the undertaker.
in work for the W. C. T. U. in that today to his city house fro mhis country The specialist stood pat on his price
country. home at Glen Cove L. I., where and his competitor got the job.
Mr. Spencer Braddock has begun he has been recuperating after an operation work We and are sanitary specialists condition in our prevail.line of
work on his new house on the brick for appendicitis. It was It will pay you to stay on the safe iii inia famous
road north of the Drennen school stated that Mr. Morgan had completely side.
building. Carpenters Riasell and Hug- recovered and would return to his
gins are in charge of the work. desk nater in tho week. Orlando
Mr. and l :Mm Anthony Limegrover,

of upend Verona th> winter 1'u., arrived at their Monday home near to Mr. Amick, of Orlando arrived in Steam Laundry, THE best cigarette
Dol,and Sunday to take charge of the
Drennen I' The Towonto Station Literary and Social!': / baking& duties at DvLund'N) \ Homo linktry. ntlCNCH 1WY CI.KANTUSLAUNDKHKUS ; r, tobacco that grows
: :
owned und managed by Mm.AndrcH.
Club\ met I'rliluy rvi-nlnir& with Mr. 1 from Virginia
and MrM Arthur I.cmrnon nt "York .-- ,DcJund) Now PHONE 88 comes

((JttAIlC''" Officer\ for the .nlllllnl -- - - '' -that's where ciga-
year were elated, an" follow. : 1'renl- -----I
dent, Mr. O. II. Schneider\ ; vice-pro-! rette tobacco'was

dent Dewar) Greta; necrctnyr Print, ;Martha treasurerV.Frint. .The I:. born! And only the

study of the life of Mark Twain wan ' t* choicest, mellowest
taken up and several readings given E
from his writings by different mem 1 Virginiatobaccogoes
bers which proved most interestingand _fA ll "
entertaining. A social hour fol l\\ \ into Piedmonts. By

lowed. The next meeting will be held II the did
at the same place with the Misses ? way, you

Frint and Salsberp, Mrs. Dewar, Mrs. I know Piedmonts are
Lemmon and Messrs. Schneider, Sals- t
berg in charge of the program. 1 the biggest-selling
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bissell welcomed I \
in America?
- cigarette
an eight pound daughter to 1 \: -

their home on Lake Gem Mary Monday i1 \: --- They are. Try them
', November 15th. She will be 1916
called Frances Mabel. \\ to-day.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison, of Detroit, 'V

have taken rooms for the winter with $950.00 F. O. B. Orlando +b .7J P : ar.I
Mr. O. II. Schneider at "MarylandVilla
," his pretty home on Lake Jen-
nie Jewel. Are Here. Let us show you

Cochrane and Mrs. Schulte of Winter
Park and Mr. and Mrs. Crout and This Wonderful Car

family of Orlando were Sunday AS-! I I
Hors at the Lake Jennie Jewel col I

ony.Mr.. and Mrs. A. I). Turner of PALMS AUTO CO. 1

Townsend, Mass., have returned lo -7
their pleneanl home, "Ma!'nctiu=eU'ViUrt Ave. Phone 400 I ixu.ii; 5 4MMMO E
," tin the Wick rand near tltelt-I N. Orange
tiett MtaUnti they were! nwiitiprtnle'tliy '
I .
I, their tlntttthler, Mrs!, Mttl.le! t.lHtl.I ---
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A Week of Irresistible Home Furnishing Bargains at


attractive, considering the high quality, that even the most experienced buyer will be
at prices so
offering aJ enormous array of fine hlgh.gra.dellome merchandise at prices that are Beyond All and Any Competition
For this week we are 66adverhsmg talk." 'Ve are prepared to give you the greatest values in strictly hlgh.c1ass Our Stork Is The Most Complete In Orlando Today! All finishes of wood,
is not mere hesitation that
This without ,
amazed. this furniture to the point where we ran state Sale OlTerings. DON'T buy elsewhere until you have looked our
in purchasing Great Clearance
specialized who partake of
We have and the prices will linger long In the memory 0 rthose
every style are represented TilE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE IN THE CITY.
gigantic stock over fully.. IT

/ Chairs and Roc ers

Room FurnitureWhy
] ::
Our Line of Chairs and Rockers

Not Buy That Round Top li c Give You a Wide Range To

Pedestal Table You've Been - : Select From. New Patterns -
I t .
Wanting At These ; tP \ .. Just Received.

Prices Mah. leather Rockers for _$1775
Low Regular $20.00 gen. -----

for $39.'is Regular $16.00 value Oak leather uphol. Rocker____________$:).75
F. 0. Table --------
Regular $45.00 value, 54-in. Top for -$'A'_7.<)5 Regular $15.00 value Oak leather uphol. Rockers for______$1118*
Buffet --
F. 0 -----
value, 60-in. Top
Regular $47.00 O. China Closet for______$31.75 Regular $12.75 value Oak leather uphol. Rocker for10.48
Regular $36.00 value, for $57.50 $10.00 value Reed Rocker for__________________$7.65
E. E. China Closet ------ Regular

Regular $65.00' value value,, 52-in.MinG.. O. Ex Table for________$22.75 Retgular $8.50 value Reed Rocker for____________--__$6.30

Regular $27.00 value, 48-in. G. O. Ex Table for________$33.75 Regular $9.00 value Reed Rocker for__________._________$6.75

Regular $40.00 48inG.. O. Ex Table for ________$21.15Regular Regular $5.00 value F. O. Rocker for________________3.85

Regular $25.00alue 48-in. F. A. Ex Tafble or________$=5 Weaving two strands of cotton where others use but one is the Regular $5.50 value G. O. Rocker forRegular _---________.-___---_$3.98

$26.00alue, F. O. Ex Table for______._$25.00 simple story of Waite superior finish and durability. Using nothing Regular $3.50 value G. O. Rocker for____________________$2.75
$30.00 value, 48-in. Special selection of virgin wire grass are
Regular $3&.00 value, 48-in. E. E. Ex Table for________$24.75 but exclusIve fast features color warp.of the Waite better grass rug. Regular $2.50 value G. O. Rocker or______________________$1.98

Table for__ --$15.00 value G. O. Rocker or ___ __ _98c
Ex ---
Regular $17.50 value, 45-in. G. O. --- COME IN AND- SEE THESE NEW RUGS TODAY Regular $1.25 -----------m ---

42-in. E. E. F. O. Ex Table for__.$12.50
Regular $15.00 W!

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FURNITURE; "The Home Outfitters

Ii. !

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RATES ARE READ BY 10,000 PEOPLE For Six Dajs s--- 73cTor I I
For One Day 25c One Month _____:$2.30
For Threellays _::== 50c


FOR RENT- Attractive business I II i .
I room. See H. R. Berry, at the Ford I iI I
MODEL KINDERGARTEN, primaryroom A complete line of Ford Accessories -
First Methodist church; telephone 1N
221, or call 14 East Jackson ; a staff of expert mechan-
, street. 10-20-tfc FOR SALEA
I I ics to render satisfaction in all

FOR RENT-Large pleasant fur-
nished rooms with private family, Just ![I lines Automobile Repair

I close in. 302 North Orange avenue.

\ j 11203wkscFOR Real Estate 'I Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on

Gasoline and fair and
RENT-Furnished room with ,! square'I
i single bed, at a moderate price.
I 603 East Central avenue. ll-23-6t* --- prices. S. West St. $2200.C. .


+LOTS. nished dwelling, modern com'en-I buy, sell, rent, and exchange reel
two For Nine YearsWe
iences, two sleeping porches, : estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., I
blocks from postotfice, corner Jackson i
30 Have handled over
over years.
and West streets. Jas. A. Knox. I I 20000000. Call and see me. have been in business at the
A. HOVEYLiimher
FOR SALE 11-24-tf 10-6-3m F. A. LEW'A'EU. .
f ---- with :same location, Corner of South
RENT Four cottage
FOR room
SALE OU RENT-By owner, a with- I Umbrella covered and repaired I
FOR bath front and back porches;
new modern bungalow, with six in two blocks of business part of "while you wait." at Y oun's: Repair I Main and Church Streets.

large rooms, hall, bath, and with every town. Apply 201 West South street, I Shop, 21 E. Pine St. Phone 226
convenience to make a desirable ; or phone 488. 11-21-31 !

nice lot; desirable location near Lake NOTARY PUBLIC, with seal. I makea
reasonable house Leading Repair Shop
Cherokee; price Ii
will be completed latter part of No FOR RENT-A good ten room un- sr""ialty of deeds, mortgages,
leases, contracts etc. Price very rea- and Garage
Also have a six room cot- furnished house with modern conveniences -
vember. II. B. Leake, 43;:; East
sonable. Mrs.
with ventilated the
and a smaller bungalow, and well ; just
price and terms to suit purchaser.Have thing for a boarding house; located in j Pine street. Phone 179. 11-9-lmoc 1I ttlis tncl 511111 1er
also several furnished rooms for a prosperous, growing town. Applyto Sentinel I
rent. Address Kentucky Home, 511 I W. L. Story, Wnter Garden, Fla. I Subscribe for the morning ,

Palmer street, Orlando. Phone C86. 9-30-tfc. ;10 cents a week delivered. "c r .1ta! i r*er9
I FOR RENT-Nicely furnished: rooms You'll hear a man say "No, it
A $3,500 BARGAIN I| in new, modern home; onenail'block doesn't pay me to advertise,as it appeals -
Ten grapefruit grove, from Anderson street, near St. : to too small a class of people."
acre young
two and a half in bearing, new four \1 Luke's hospital. Reasonable rates for I And yet when the same man loses
room cottage and bath, garage, chicken the season. 406 Margaret street. his bunch of keys he rushes to the
yards and houses; one mile from' 10-29-tf newspaper with a "Lost" ad, although -
city limits' just off brick road. i i I he knows that in the whole ORLANDOCement

OWNER, P. O. BOX 676 I, FOR RENT- Furnished pleasant' wide world there is only one person his
who possibly be influenced by
ll-6-lmc can
suite of light
"Lost" ad. Contradictory, isn't it?
first floor bath in connection; elec- :
on ;
FOR SALE-Three good lots on if Agatite Plaster and Lime
Ridgewood avenue, near Lake Eola. tric lights and telephone family. ; 312 garage North BIG BARGAIN IN CORNER ,
desired private
A bar- ; PROPERTY.
if desired. RESIDENCE
Will sell separate main street. 11-2-lmo -
gain if taken at once, as the owner OWNER NON-RESIDENT
needs the money. Inquire at 6 E. AND MUST SELL IN 15 f
Church street 10301m'FOR FOR RENT-By the season, month,
or year, one upstairs flat for light DAYS. WILL PRODUCENET
SALE:-Model 27 Buick; good I housekeeping; also other rooms and INCOME OF 10 PER
condition. Write Box 567. garage, electric lights and bath in CENT.

9-23-tfc FOR SALE-Dwelling, six rooms, house. Apply 300 East-Concord ave.9.10tfc :Magnolia This property and Concord located Avenue.corner Rightin of You U %WILL HAVE MUCH F FOR

practically new, nice condition, with FOR RENT-Rooms; large, airy up- the center of the finest residential
lawn, bearing citrus fruit trees,-roses, stairs bed room, recently papered, section of Orlando. Lot 85x90; residence (-

and shrubbery; near Lake Eola; very nicely furnished, twin iron beds con- built one year, and containstwo
desirable location. $4,000, terms. venient toilet and bath. Also kitch-
"Owner," Box 33, Orlando, Nicely apartments of four rooms each; !
Address enette and use of dining room.
Fla. 11-16-1moc located. Reasonable rates. Address modern in every respect. Owner has

"Landlord," care of the Sentinel. agreed to sell for $4,250. Terms WHICH\ TO BE THANKFUL
brick high-
FOR way SALE; 7 room] 10 house acres,, on barn and gar- 11-16-1moc $1,000 cash, balance in 3 years.

age; 7 1-2 acres cleared; 1 acre young FOR RENT-An apartment of four This is undoubtedly the best buyin
grove; irrigating plant. $1,000 quick nicely furnished rooms, separate Orlando today. For full particulars -

sale. Carl Dann. ll-24-6tc bath, hot water, electric: !lights gas; see the exclusive agents.

F 1SALE OR RENT-One story new house, very desirable;11-16-tfc adults COOPER & ATIIA .' Thanksgiving Day will be a day of real joy and thanksgiving for Mother, too, if a Gas

bungalow, fine lake view, all kinds only. 604 Magnolia ave. __ __114 South Orange Avenue__
best -- cooks dinner. The modern mother knows that gas cookery has done away
citrus fruit, large garage, part FOR RENT-Large, pleasant rooms, 112112tTWO Range your

dress of city 702; best Broadway.bargain in town.ll-24-6t Ad- two desired blocks; private from Eola family.park 205; boardif Lib- --I with the unnecessary, complexion-ruining heat of the coal or wood range.

FOR SALE-23 acres, northeast. erty street. 11-21-Ct FOR U'iE-nOUSE SALE

This land will make the prettiest FOR Furnished rooms for for sale at
I have
subdivision in the country. Has good light housekeeping. Five minutes the The two of one are located on lot 78 A Gas
road on two sides, covered with big to price If You Cook On Rangeyou
the Apply
Has electric wires running walk from postoffice. foot front facing east, with a depthof
oaks. A bargain; for a J. S. Pomeroy, at postotfice. Adults 185 ff'et.number, 406 Magnoliaavenue
through property. ll-21-6t I and Ame-
only. between Livingston
Address Box 659.
quick sale. I lia. The section of splendid homes,

ll-19-6te __ FOR housekeeping RENT-3 rooms suites, of with new all light con with grand old oaks arching the save more than your personal appearance. MONEY you save because gas is the cheap fuel. TIME I
OR RENT Nice home
veniences; pleasant neighborhood; The modern 2 story house has on heat" in few minutes there, and doesn't die
furnished ten rooms, bath sleeping "homey" you save because a gas range reaches the "right a stays
well located only two blocks near Eola park; a sunny first floor: parlor, living room, dining
porch; ; desirable place; 4 1-2 blocks from postoffice. room, kitchen, pantry, toilet and 'lav. the starts the fire and
from business center; East Pine street l-21-6t I the front out at the critical moment. LABOR you save because simply turning on gas
borhood. Apply F. G. Rush. 307 atory large living porch on

11-6-tfc I and side latticed rear porch. keeps it lit. WORRY and UNCERTAINTY' you save because you can rely on the gas range to keepa I
WANTED On the second floor are 3 large I

, FOR SALE-One new 1916 touringcar sleeping rooms, each having enam constant heat and produce inviriably good bakings.
for hot and
body, top, windshield and lamps.A WANTED-White woman cook for eled-Iavatories, piped
bargain. Act quick. Ford Garage, small first class hotel. Answer at water. There is also an extra large
, 209 South Orange avenue., 11-13-tfc once. P. O. Box 298. ll-19-Gt screened-in sleeping porch, with room
enough for the whole family. The Come in and
FOR SALE WANTED TO BUY fresh cow, giving bath room is large, light, and airy, investigate
Cauliflower, Celery and Lettuce Plants 3 to 4 gallons daily. Give descrip- nice enameled fixtures, all modern and
I have thousands of choice plants tion and price. C. F. Ward, Winter I sanitary.The .
house is newly painted pa-
for sale and ready now.Seventyfive Park.
thousand cauliflower pered throughout, shades are hung it
wired for electric lights! fixtures
WANTED-Stenographic: work, or is
plants.Twenty-fhe thousand celery plants. position, by a business college grad installed, also connected with gas. In
One hundred thousand! lettuce plants. uate. Address 311 West Church, or fact, you will find every convenience If ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
POST Sanford, Fla. ll-23-3tc I necessary for home comfort. you
Address, W. C. phone 295.
II. F. I). No.2 do not care to use the entire house]
11 12-12tc
Y WANTEIJ-To list all kinds of property the location, so near the "\Vyomine: GAS DEPARTMENT

FOR) SALE--FOR KENT-Homes! for sale or rent. 1 am havingmnnp Insures rentals! of spare room dernAtid nt
furnished And unfurnished. Also application! for houses, furniched extra good prices. Always in -
what 1 will be : nf if you rare to rent the entire -
And unfurnished.
some splendid' lot* Call see and thettutiilt
I have tci niter before tou buy or clad to list what you hate. Mrs. hmt,! e ntid) nrrup.v lurne!
rent. Mro. 11, It. Leak, Jn ftt!t Mm It. It. I tetke. 45! East! floe street season the the rt: room fMtng ttonliittrltt ot. . . .
the hinttuu
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-- - iH"H'IlhIW-----IfoI.14:1"I' ''I ('t If I fO'N I (}\\Jri f1r 1 '.eriyflnee( u $ri-KH.! A Uitr-tu ut I SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES
I Ir.
: NIMISHHVM T'H1"-' Sour: L_ iliac "104ft! '
arttuga Ulhl( ..ul' fruit ,,erdlings "1'.11'fll: Ii.1\iii\f r. .w Mi, I

ppll' at TH. AUUiy's.Jliit. ">i, gr $7.00 | mil, paper any ordinary HEAL Fsr.VTK, .
.. mull to P. 4. 1'Iclorrelt, tar ru..te. size room. her 600 .elections to Visit Hi. McS/'m & P-nU IMmk.JO24tfc OCOEE FLORIDAAll

11 I Ii-12t.: choose! from. I do painting also' at
reduced' prt,,'es. Phone Jhl, or drop
E'fl S.U.K:; OR Tll.l* fur good me a postal and I will da the rest. \'
automobile, 10 acre tract! 7 acres I G. C. Schultz, Box 385, Orlando.
cleared and under fence, fruit trees, 5 1-IO-31-1mo.
room house, irrigating plant, barn and _. _ Best and Promptest
garage, 6 miles from city on brick fiEO. T. Hl'LL ('0. I i and
road. Address "Trade," care of the I Phone 10:). Rock Itldg., Room: {, Auto LiveryService \ the leading varieties of Orange Grape-
Sentinel Orlando, Fla. 11-18-lmoc Call and sec us if interested in real i
I estate. Buy, sell or exchange prop- I I i fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest
FOR QUICK SALE-Lot in north- :I erty. Rentals carefully attended to. | iI
east part of city. For sale at sac- : 11-9-1moc |
: I
rifice i if buyer will build. This lot I pricesSend :: .- :: ::

has all city conveniences. Address .WILL EXCHANGE desirable building .
Box 65 ll-19-6tc lots, east side as equity on 5-PASSENGER
I I small cottage. Call 34 Church street. i I
FOR SALE-A] good five room house, 1 ll-23-Ctc I Ii
in fine condition, in good location;
hot and cold water; three lots; a bargain 1 AT CIIRISTMAS you will be proud
for quick buyer. Call at the i! to give photographs if made at BUICK CAR
Summerlin. 11-20-tfc | Evans', No. 102 North Main, one block
i north of court house. Make the appointment -
FOR SALE-1 bedstead and springand now. Phone 123.; today for Catalog, escription List, and lowest :

10 head lading hens; a bargain 11-23-lmoc We call anywhere at any time
if taken before Friday. Apply John prices to the above address
Trott, 103 Hillcrest a\enue. ll-23-3t j I BRING YOUR C'HlLD--I am pre- I ,
i paring a great display of children's Goidjn's; Transfer Co
FOR SALE-Eight acres velvet beans photos for the fair. Want every ; ,
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
Jno. B. Barr, Pine Castle, Fla. I I free on Wednesdays and Saturdays. I IMiMIMttllUliilttMlltmtitMiltlMllliMfMMIIIillMMMilltllllll lHI'
11-23-31 'Howard's Studio. 1-11-16-tf HAULING OF ALL KINDS ,


LOCAL AND PERSONAL I NfNN4+4wa.....H.r .+..,.. .4 ...I'II. . MMMMMMMMMMMMMf-!

Take not dinner but Thanksgiving -
I-n-25-U supper. at )!ra. Cornish's Cafe,

Mrs. M. D. Hutches left yesterday
Your for Daytona Beach where she will '
spend several days.

;.. Roses for December planting. Order 'It
now. W. II. Brokaw. l-ll-24-2tc ,

Mrs. Sallie Hammerly arrived in Prepare for
Orlando yesterday afternoon on a
t; Friends visit to her sister Mrs. R. S. Rowland '
at the New Lucerne.

S: Don't forget Thanksgiving dinner. "

: Astor Cafe. l-ll-24-2tc 1U( AUTUMN (

: Thanksgiving brings forcibly to the i i= Mr. J. B. Mills left Orlando yester- .
-::::: mind of the Officers of this InstitutionIJ day in his Henry Ford special for a :
that the marked success we enjoy is largely trip to Tampa Clearwater and St. -- -

due to the confidence reposed in us by ijj Petersburg.All ,,

our customers.We accessories 5 per cent. discount By saving a definite
would indeed be very unappreciative =- for cash. Cook Automobile Co. :

= did we not avail ourselves of this oppor- l-ll-23-3tc amount each week. We

tunity to thank you, and to express our Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Ponder of Orlando have several plans. Letus
Ii! appreciation of your valued patronage. lSI and Mrs. O. N. Geise, of Tam- .
pa, are in the city, guests of Mr. and them
P Mrs. L W. Ponder.-Ocala Star. explain

Cut flowers for Thanksgiving. Roses
STATE BANK Ji_ and carnations. Violet Dell Florists, --
408 Lake street. Phone 509. J. M.
OF Caruthers. 111.233tc a

i icrv. ." Mrs. E. C. Davis and son, Master The Peoples National Bank"It

..:.L ;;- ORLANDOg;--::. Ralph, are in Orlando from Lakeland
visiting Dr. and Mrs. N. L. Bryan at
their home, 108 America street. Is A Pleasure To Serve You"JUST

Wanted, to buy fresh cow, giving
5c 3 to 4 gallons daily. Give descriptionand
price. C. F. Ward, Winter Park.

Ii 1t#;<<- i l :t(; ; t ti,_ Mrs. S. E. Fields arrived in Or-
lando yesterday afternoon from Jack
sonville to visit her son, Mr. G. C.
: Fields, at No. 8 East Livingston ave.
I'flue. ,

HIDE In Hamrick's Jitney Bus one ,.MMMMi. . ... .. . . . . . . .. . . .... . .... . ..... . . . . .MMM ..'
hour 12 miles Jar 30e. 8-28-tfe

MaxwellAt Mr. and Mrs. John F. Erasure arrived .......... .........1.1....... ............ .. ... .....,.. .. ......... '........ ...
in Orlahdrt yesterday! afternoon
tier the! Allahtld Coast Line coming
a bargain. $200 Come quick. from Indianapolis!, Ihd., tb spend their
Bret winter in IhlS tHY
a t l:t'h nic pjwu u gnld.dt '
Ask i ptn whrhe!\'eF! kuuQ (
Hayn l.HuplDobllo Salesroom i l lftht J Jfcl n RECEIVED
: : : I t
j taw fin firm un rind A tt Hue MIIAF
pin r f r iTi n M it nnrFrivM
in Orhntlrt) j-Mier t tofrpm trftar'nnnn
S ii imrAnl* } (tR !FI i'''ntl i Ihat"k Some of! those reliable STUDEBAKERS, 40 HorsePower
trivinJ with their grnntltnQther\ iilredncehh ,
,' D41n1.. f, >fir. Touring Cars

Cut flowers for ThanksKJyinp. Hoses
and! carnations. Violet pell Florists, $960.00 f. o. b. Orlando
408 Lake street, Phone 509. J. M.
Caruthers, Ml-23-Stc

Mr. and Mrs. O, N. Goodwill, well
r.r&rNew known winter residents of Pine Castle -
who have spent the summer in

home Ashtabula in our, Ohio sister, are town.again at their San Juan Garage Company :

Ford Home Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 6e.

Now Orlando-Daytona .
Open Mrs. Catherine Ackerman arrivedin
Orlando yesterday afternoon on
209-11 South Orange Avenue the Tampa Special coming from Sterling
Telephone 386 Illinois to spend the winter with
her son, Mr. D .G. Mckay, and familyat .
their home 310 Lucerne Circle.

18-New .111111.11111111..111111.111111111.11111111111111111111'11 .1111111111"111111.
Fish and oysters received daily.II. .
M. Self & Co. 1-10-6-tfc

on the road. Place order MlllllltMM ''MMMMMMMt'' '. lilfMMMIMMMMMIMllMMCMiM
your now Mrs.' S. F. Wilbur and daughters,
and avoid disappointment. Misses Florence and Bertha who havebeen
spending the summer in Providence Who'Will Be Your Executor?
"!Iake this Ford Home Your Ford Home." R. I., arrived in the city recently -
and will reside at 409 Lock-
F. G. RUSH hart street. They have been winter ANSWER NO. 2
residents of Orlando for several sea.
sons and are welcomed by their many Your estate may be materially impaired as a F rt "; '
friends. direct result of the appointment of an executoror h

:..:. Savings checks are accepted as cashin '
When an individual is appointed: ? ,
the savings department of the
- -- - --
11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111The ---- - Peoples National Bank. 11-11-tf : The financial responsibility is generally weaker.

Among the arrivals in Orlando is : It is usually provided in wills that the person : ,
Ex-Mayor: W. II. Crawford, of :Mont- nominated to serve as executor shall be excused
clair, N. J., who will spend the win- : from giving bonds. Kx :
Right GiftIt ter in the City Beautiful. Mr. Craw. When surety bonds are supplied it is at the ex-
ford has been coming to Florida fora : pense of the estate and then only partial secu
number of years, but has never un- '
rity against loss is provided.
is such an easy matter to choose the right gift at til now visited this city. lie is well When a Trust Company is selected- ,
this store-particularly if you shop early. pleased with Orlando and will be located -
The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility
of the hotels for the
at one sea
Right now is the best time of all-the stocks are com- is secured.A .
son. He is an old friend of our esteemed
plete, the new things are in have time to d
we give you the
winter resident, Mr. Uriah bond which has behind it the entire financial
service we like to, and you can chose unhurridly. Seeley. strength of the Institution is always filed with
There's n lot of eomfort in choosing leisurely-there's the Probate Court et tin rnd to the estate.

satisfaction and there's profit. You cnn choose the right '18-18-tf Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 6e. Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent Issue t

gift for each one and right now when you have the pickof of this newspaper b 1r -
the stock you cnn frequently pave money, Cut flowers for Thanksgiving. Hoses i
and tarhntions. Violet Dell' Florist?, I '
The first gifts to go nte the most attractive, medium 4n<* Lake street Phohe GUI'' .1. M. Come In any Um! and freely ask tof furthef '
priced ones. Caruthers. 1.11213eIttlat : information btt this Vitally important subject j j
-- -- -- -- -
t You are!! always!! welcome!! and dUf toftlWs!! ate BJWays
; Itt'PHfcS! ::
----- to hdtiee
t glad !
tit "'''ftn'' Tall ,I'tah t.11. 3. ; _
ltaAy* !tHee Violet I'ell' i FlnH-'.,
j"Q. .;fttijl!ht'h \ill Jlit!
T. H. EVANSJEWELER ---f' ._ tn Delaor t :_ t.- ..._--? The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

I. 1iitiktiititii'; \ i 1'UIHllIRft( t, Orlando Florida

Person 1 initrncHurt nI: T Ut'\Tthi\fnti.r Pr StUt | Capital Surplus and Profits $141,000,00MMMIiMMM1MIMMMHiMIIMMIiliJiMilMUIHilMMMMMMIIMM
I KlrksvHU, Mo.
.I 133 S. Orange %ve., above Peoples
National' )Bank. Phone 678 (.. .& .. tY


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