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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 27, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00572
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THE MORNING. SENTINELVOLUME





THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27 1915. NUMBER 218.

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GERMAN CRUISER SUNK ; BRITISH FORCE





GETS NEAR BAGDAD--BIG FRENCH LOAN



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I'ETROJRAI: OF PROTECTED ANNOUNCESLOSS = : THANKSGIVING AT Wilson AskedTo SENATOR SMOOT 0

CRUISER Call Council CLASH" BETWEEN U.S. TROOPS





With BRITISH Apparent fORCES MENACE Ease BAGDAD Sturdy THE ORLANDOCHURCHES For ,NeutralsWashington Nov. 26.-Three women FEARS LARGEDEFICIT AND CARRANZA'S SOLDIERS I



French Raise Five Billion representing Great Britain,Aus = -== -

Loan Great tria-Hungary, and the United States, + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Dollar
VILLISTAS, AS THEY EVACUATE
late this afternoon appealed to Pres- + :\I.WITn RABIES BITES +

est in History SCHOLARLY ADDRESS BY ident Wilson to call a conference of FINANCIAL AUTHORITY AS- + SEVERAL + NOGALES, FIRE

neutral nations to discuss plans for + +
REV. McCONNELL ON U. S. TROOPS40VIIIISTASSMBYRETURNFIRE
AT
The German SERTS DEFICIT WILL
Nov. 26.
London -
bringing the European war to an + Pittsburgh Pa.-John Bukowa +
protected cruiser Frauenlob has been UNION SERVICES BE NEAR $300,000,000 + aged 27, while suffering +
sunk by a submarine of the allies, according end.The
president listened attentivelywhile + from rabies became violent and +

to a semi-official announce- OTHER CHURCH SERVICES they made their arguments but + escaped from a hospital ward to- +
ment made at Petrograd, says a dispatch FOR DAY gave no indication as to what actionhe SIMMONS ENDiStS SEC.J'ADOO + day running through) a crowded +

to the Central News Agency. may take.A + thoroughfare scratching and bit. + Advancing Carranza Troops Are

The Frauenlob is reported to have Bishop Mann in Eloquent Discourse monster meeting was held at the Chairman Senate Finance Com + ing at people until a patrol wagon + Mistaken for Villa's Men
been sent to the bottom in the same Belasco theatre before the + loaded with +
just women policemen gave and Are Fired
locality where the German protected at St. Luke's Cathe- called upon the president. mittee Favors Tax on Autos; + chase. + Upon

cruiser Undine, a sister ship of the dral-other Eventsof Resolutions calling upon the pres- Endorses Appropriationsfor + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 + by Americans

Frauenlob, was lost. the ident to take the initial step to bring -
Day Defense Nogales, Ariz., Nov. 26.-Three
about a conference of neutral nations U. S. NEEDS AEROPLANES
British Forces Get Close to Bagdad American miners are reported kilted
Thanksgiving was an ideal day as were adopted by the meeting and Washington, Nov. 26.-Taking direct FOR DEFENSE, SATS and
two American
London Nov. 26.British forces later the soldiers are probably -
presented to president.
to weather conditions, and HAMMOND
was more issue with Secretary McAdoo,
shot
are now close to Bagdad, as shown generally observed in Orlando than Later flenry Ford, who attendedthe fatally one slightly wounded -
Senator Smoot, of Utah, the leading and
by the following report from that ever before. Practically all business meeting at the Helasco, announcedthat ancial authority on the Republican' New York. John Hays Hammond, American, forty Villistas kilted by
I troops' when the Villa
portt houses were closed throughout the I whether President Wilson called!side bf the senate, tonight averted Jr., member bf the aeronautical division !- garH -
!"ott bf 1,200 withdrew front
"After A night march from Zeur, day, and the people appreciated he a conference bf neutrals or hot the"peace" that the adminstfatloft! will face n bf the naval advisory lorttdh" Mexican torn bf the
Nogales today be-
occupied oh the 19th, tieni 1"owhtlhehd's ship' will sail for Europe December
opportunity tot test ahd tect-e Uoh. deficit in j"11thlch will be has just returned from it journey in
hearer foie the '
\ ndtnhte! forte bf # (l
,000
attacked the Turkish and rtththtllftt
division 4 ah Unofficial l conference -
the Union thahkogivhlj! service Europe Id leach how the unprepared
> 300UOUUOO than \the $H ,hUd, YUl! ,
poMtiott nt (jteslphon!! elghtee*tt hides held in the first' tiapllst! thurth wa* bf pence adttieates! bf all cbUhlties\ n't' estimated! hy Me Addt). Alii tltlllt'! hes!j bf \the Hitehie! nllle (hrtS altft-ted\ 1111 till t'hFFilhtlstar ultltt'ftlIft'

frbni ilagdadj bit the Wild.MVtte lastly l attended, the smiee! : was!! will be! held. ttt gehnlwF tfmwul's! MattHtthd liens: theta, (leelatH!; thai the United l Dirties= \ lint\ t, AmeFlrsI1 who !
y HlIlfll+a mistnnhthem
IIAtlllf nghtiHg all day lit -- ---- !
+* held nt 10:90 b'clutk and the til lllIUIti harp nt least yOUO\ FHiUit'
<- IHF immttin of Nurtli l'iHulitttottitifflHUl \, + a ( | \ S t tUf'illitt
tnttUIili, tt gthF, ( with 10 fitm: ; tllttiIlH:;!: N al zUUlqll'tMll n t thr? tttTP hut
tltllHlun! wad | t'lIl1Fft!! tfeliveiiMi l 'hy MeVt 1II: I{ t+If f the aehate nllitlWtl Hili.(+ .: ready to t tIlt< CPHt into( (Ut? fllF Ht ttINNnIeHt'4 vhHFlnd on the town-
itttlJU pUU pit*uheia! ttfiil Intge, & 'IjUnnUMM :
| MtCunitelli I I'niUtF' ttf (the h'1F4 I Vw--! flfithl, in Mrtlpmptit today tin: \ nnilf@, TflHiliM (rttrritn i-tit undeF' '
mirth
!! of M\m\ and tMuifimitti+| HUF awn l ytiifW' thuFthi\ He hssi.ted| In t'1lttll'tt Should.. also lie. '
MI! ! darned'' the !tlHtstf4Ftl! II, Jf..i\ rising a* many\ \ ,
IVh-..iwtftnn.Wll NNov, pti-Presi i'l'1nt' pun occupy\ Nj'tlli{ while. the Vnli
10**?*, 'liking gjiiio' MM of WMHRtM"On : i
.
the ServiFea trained plli.n..FIt.
ponttoetmif hy Hey HtlwtT. fPF the land' fortes
.
m neyi although he !Paid\ that he
had Ii\tp tAllY liittiftrrliAR\ I IC scattered I and
( tI.. night nf the SlriHHth Mf ; tm engagement \ 'MII
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\ I'flyUon of the l'flJ.n' 1ii\\It\ I Jl 'mmon4, "It
MFf
pastor ltaptit Will
i 1s rM\ in ft position (tq t estimate l theamount '
tq Mrs, Hnowden wife f4f west aipng the border! lines,
Water see Philip ,
heavy ( attacks hy I+ the TwrK .
church an4| Hey J, H, fief, pattQF At take ten > to build. defense
which= will l be needed! year pur '
member' of the Hritjsh Many Villa forces under! Governor
!'H, M thePJth A + parliament,
were >successfully) rtlt\| M 911 the FiFt Methodist! church, The In addition! to continuing the up. When the war began Prance had
and Mme, Rosika of present Randall sought refuge on the American
Schwimmer
want of water' necesit"tet| the
Itaptjst choir furnished excellent 25,000 officer, NOW the has 100,000
: law and
war revenue one cent aide,
retirement of force to the river Hungary, who seek the president'ssupport I per
: our
music, and that U not enough At least that
)
I' pound duty on sugar, Senator Simmons Randall
three or four miles below the captured of the movement for a neutral himself was the first to
Excellent solos were rendered! by particularly advocated taxing number would be necessary to put
conference to attempt to end the cross the line.
position. Messrs Jrennen and Curry, Mr. W. automobiles and gasoline. lie the United States in condition to meeta
endorsed The
European: war and establish evacuation of the town began
permanent
S. Branch, Jr., presiding at the pipe increased for first class power."
appropriations
to be last night, being preceded by wholesale
They were
French ..oan of Victory" Greatest peace. pre-
organ. Kev. W. M. Burr, of Winter
national defense and plans for securing
Yet SubscribedI'arla.Subscriptions iented to the president by Henry i looting.
Park, read the Scripture
to the French passages, Ford.SUFl'KACISTS. an American merchant marine. BIG DEAL MADE AT LAKELAND About 300 of the garrison got awayon
and the benediction
was given by Senator Simmons also favors Secretary
the first train.'
government's "loan of victory" are
exceeding all expectations tI is estimated Jlev. K.: Lee Smith. . ; SPENT: $87,131 McAdoo's plan for increasing' Lakeland, Fla.-A deal o( much The last two trains, on which about
Dr.) McConnell'a' text was Psalm the income tax returns. importance in local banking circles
in financial circles that yeat"rday' 92:12: "Rejoice in the Lord ye righteous Albany, N. Y., Nov. 26.-A total has just been consummated wherebyA. 000 soldier were crowded, could not
subscriptions in Paris alone of the : be moved for lack of fuel.
$87,131 was spent by Empire
and give thanks at the
remembrance H. DeVane, the well known real
WATSON AGAIN I'UT ON TRIAL The trouble with the American
exceeded 25,000,000,000 franca ($5,- State campaign committee at the last
of His holiness. It was
avery estate man of Fort Meade, and A. B.
000,000,000)). election and 'Its receipts amounted to troops started about 11 a. m. when
scholarly address and made a
Hull, prominent in the phosphate bus.
The ]tank of France alone reported1 deep impression upon the audience.At 189,303.: The association opposed towoman Augusta, Ga.In anticipation of I the soldiers, after sacking the town,
Iness become of the controlling
,
...
owners
'It had received subscriptions' of Hi,- St. Luke's Cathedral an early suffrage! spent $31,161) and\ possible difficulty in retting A jury, I .K.n to fire across the line. C on.1HII&O
stock of the State Bank of lake
000,000,000 francs. celebration of the Holy Communion received $32, 48. Statements showIng a special venire of twenty men, In commanding. the American

Dispatch from Marseilles Lyons was hold at 7:30 o'clock, and later these figures were lied today addition to the regular Jury panel) of i land. troops., ordered the Are returned. .

and other provincial centers My thnt morning prayer was said. by Dean with the secretary of state. twenty-four men, was drawn In t.d.I I A band of forty was seen firing
the bank, potolTlrn and tax collect Rernsen, and the Thanksgiving sermon . nal court for the trial) here today ot.. STARTING WORKJ. across the border and only one of the

ors' offices" were thronged all day. yesterday '- preached by Bishop Cameron FKACTUItKI: ARM I Thomas E.: Watson, former populist number escaped.

' with applicants In answer to Mann, who took his text from St. (Roy Parker on Thursday fractured candidate for the presidency, charged II. Barton Is working: a sewer Early: In the afternoon the van

the appeal of the goVernment. fault: "Arise, by the way, thy faith his left arm while throwing a boce with violating' federal) lawi by tendIng gang on the "break" In the sanitary. guard of the CararnzisU forces ap
ewers at the corner of North Orange peared the hills
ball. obscene matter through the over near the American
hath made thee whole.. It was an
and Lakevlew avenues. line west of Nogales. Mistaking
SECOND.; HOLE excellent discourse and was attentively mall
them for Villistas again about to
DELIVERED; ; FOKD
Contractor flyer'In charge of the tion.I listened to by a large congrega' F. G. Rush was in Windermere yesterday THANKSGIVING QUIET FROM ALTA.MONTE SPRINGS tire on them, the American border

soil investigation work for the government I Numerous hunting delivering a new Ford. guard opened with a volley.
parties spent Mr. Geo. E. Bates, proprietor of The Carranzistas
haa made another replied and a
excavation the day in the woods. Automobiles There was little rowdyism in Orlando
the Altamonte Springs hotel, was in sharp exchange of shots ensued.
in the southeast of the
corner HUNTING LICENSES Police
were all on the go, and Orlando was I Thursday. court yesterday -
postofTice lot. Judge Martin has issued 435 hunt had drunk Orlando yesterday. He was accom- The appearance of Carranza sol
the mecca for many visitors from j morning one one
I I panied by Mrs. Bates. diers with white
I a flag was followedby
nearby towns.In ing licenses. fighting and two minor cases.
ALL TURNED AROUND an explanation and mutual apolo-
keeping with the spirit of the TWO DEER

day, turkey capitulated in large gies.As
As Thanksgiving seemed like Sun Thanksgiving Day Tragedies the Carranzistas drew near last
numbers, and served
day today will seem like Tuesday as ] was at more or Judge Cheney and party returned night the Villa garrison fled south
yesterday was Monday-fled. less sumptuous feasts throughout the from a hunt this week bringing back ward.
I I city in homes, cafes and hotels. Told In Tearful Paragraphs two deer. Mat Irvin and John Smith


BISCUITS PROVE FATAL? COUNTY TAXES were in the party. I GERMAN DESERTER HELDKarl

Ten Killed and 25; Injured by Tornado I caused the death of two persons early CITY TAXES

Collector Martin has issued nearly Thanksgiving Day I today and the injury of several oth-

Fin People Near Death's Dooras 900 tax receipts. About 5,000 remainto Hot Springs Ark., Nov. 26.-Relief ers.The Only 236 city tax receipts have Schultz Arrives as Stowaway
be paid.WILL parties early today began a systematic I dead are Miss Edith Hildrelh, been issued.
Result of Eating Bread search of the wreckage in the lof Live Oak Fla., eighteen years!! old. on Hoard Noorderdjkand

Made With Calomel for path of the tornado which swept whose neck was broken, and her skull Is Held at Ellis

Baking Powder PERMIT TELEPHONE through a populous farming section I crushed, and Henry Lanier, twenty, of WASHINGTON OFFICIALS Island
east of this city late yesterday in an Americus, who was crushed beneath

Terre Haute, In L, Nov. 26.-Five effort to locate persons reported as ,I the steering wheel and died four New York, Nov. 26.-Karl Schultz,

members of the family of 0. D. IV RATE READJUSTMENT missing.A hours!! later. TO ARMY-NAVY GAME E i a German deserter! who arrived as a

ton, an oil well man of Memora are revision of the list of dead and II Miss Sarah Tower, of Americus. stowaway aboard the steamer Noord-

near death from eating biscuits In the injured brought into hospitals!" I nineteen was seriously!" injured and l lj Is erdyk today, was ordered excluded by
which calomel was Used by mistake As! a result! of the public meeting during the night!; placed the humbefr j, expected to die. Stephen Pace a Washington No,". 26.-Ah exodus \the board bf special l Inquiry at Ellis

for baking powder. held yesterday in the Board of trade of those!" known to hate been killed I prominent AmeHcU latter ahd johh bf Washington bfttclaldom' to New Nlahd.Sthulte.

room nhd tourist headquarter It I is!! at ten nhd the Injured twl htt-fh'e. I FloUfhoy* Miss Mary Bell tlhbhi and York to witness the ahhUai ;gtidlroh will be held at Ellis lahd!

I Atli\" TAI qlnday'e virtually a settled tad that the Orlahdd Of the Injured several t ttH reported: Miss Mildred Holt!*! bf AhieHtU!, slashes bf the arhiy and havf ;frame!! Until the! close! bf the!! waftUi'hMMMIF

-- telephohe l tdmpahy will be tiernttlHl i- Iii n tHUertl toda.rFHFttttF . were htlH.nhefi I Is bH Irt full ttmltfhti:! its!! eVer lHI
OH another Va&* *;t f f tfehtlhel :! by' the! FlttHdst: rnllrbad chmttt I 1 he thttthlh was ,peedih>f itlthlE:! I tilhih\ bahllal fbF NeW tbtk i Is :] I I LUtfeHNHIhirttFe =I

nptertH! n hbllH: frOM MnJHr&p tnissinH! \ IHtrene Its tales! lift titi*l- f Nfllii: fin.a h-IWti-lt>F Kill the U.ltttfutH, \ !+ hlkhwiiy t+hrkf ll. ifUftMi\ + H t efct Iii hlhk@th@ t!

r: l>H> ttlttllttf hi t the t jH.VmMlt+ bf lies4 bl ehnKhM t tMN\\ .Tfl t triHti ht tJAUtlH : Pelt lit ?MlmtitRt I nf it fulfil hertF I Hbyle1:! ft Fife hFlp tHHtHffyW fillt3|! : 1 Ih@ ''JltFHR@, f f ( Will h8W hfli4( t

HlyHly) (It4\t-l, Pay ttiUf ftt\ I+FfdiEdahuHfy ( ttil1htft$, t ieW to1f !h Frie( < HH lei P"R-rltHlrl.. 11".1( Nlw: yd'IH+Ike11ttll4ttl MfW! KHti M4Wg t the fnf 18 *KWiht The pF@.i idrHh! i hccempHHt@\ +I IIIY MF! : HlPh (C4ek' | i\\: WnlHngfBFt\ !" Ienihh

I II, itfHI @rtUt 'ij /14l+eF f..lIf: bihl l1ttI H'hHHe' f'FHHt *Jih 'MIHHhlh HI'H : M. WIIHfI, f4H"Htt'fH}+ '! it.t''rl IdHnpa A ditch. Hint NFR\ $MV Fhe (lat) i aHd r"H f)( Hill Iefv@:! in Htl} The IiWtFW !*l Ih-iHH: ed; t9 have\ ft\

penHl: !) MJ t+FHHilltl) Had itul.J I thu, t A mW\f\ i II' MIKMI' ,,* iHt ';' 11u44, fl"1 who fthappeaFe.f ftwH Itj do+II find il\J4n\ ft I ffjtJfAijlfM: \ mAfJiif, goln i! ilirtct: tR thi t i'HHmll-t tong( stud j eifpe) iiflf'| reason a| a. mqvjng

HUll H4 'Iienshl. your ths.IIeH4 t nll'II: the m in; whl4l WitI'ft' :- pwr'hflI&'R, t canlnlitled suicide,. htre, except= J i.snier: who Win curie+i ito from the train\ After the i..mt. they ( picture: [Play hoMse. "Nll t'' Af t the
t the l J$1, _j.IHI. mn i II+r Chairnian n. tlu 'an11urr l : wilt t q the home ftf Rolonel' fi: >M.(
Ammi..iAO, Mitt Merd4y? io a+4 hotel in Hillinlu, J:1I"vUI: where! diel.' The .body trq N tn," tepond. ,installment, will flay
flf the Mwnt., according ta telegrams: to pf Aliii Jfihtnth, who was visiting house where J they will remain until at the Grand tonight.

rnrO" (f"f friends at Santa Rasa. Mrs. Lee 0. Council, in Americus, Monday, when they. will return to

FIIIST BHIPOI? i i HAS sent to her home in Live Oak to Washington. ,
MASONIC) ) ;
ItfGUEI'iThe ;
The city council met and then adjourned Americus, Ga.. Nov. 25.The bursting night. '

jefcterduy. Work has started on the first of an automobile tire on a big 1 SERVED PAPERS Most Excellent Master's de-

Music to beat the band.! All the bridge on the Orlanda-Kissimmee machine in which a party of young Miss llildreth was knolnto several -, gree will be conferred on a number
popular songs, and orders taken. Cur Dixie) highway, A detour is neces people were motoring to Columbusfor Orlando people who grieve her Sheriff Gordon went to Maitland of candidates November 30 by Eureka

{is & O'Neal, music store. sary. a Thanksgiving visit to friends, unhappy death. yesterday to serve some papers. Chapter No. 7, R. A. M.'t .



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only

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*.rklt, I Y..r Ull Morkade of Clermany by (treat Ilrit- light hou!i'kfrplnir. Apply 'I'rether,
411. HI IIHC HII'tlllNftAIIVANCR! rAtAntE IN sin and France there pop up every r;0'l:' Writ ('N1hll avenup 11 21 Me satisfaction in buying here.

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jj; )H pftK':|| 'tltFit.. t: asrtlHH4Rf t: tilt\\t} t IHI} 4 HfkhH'/ Kill If; JHfHt.{} t IlIiUClWht) ;) jtlll 1="1 : ; aIIIF 4 ,I
-HTI'B 'ht' : i'KHI'IH' f: p-lluH f-HKIDB; ((Ml( lr"H!' ; I'Uff-'t. : : Dru Store
in'/ +liana roan' tit IH H ''IF''" 'hip, t'J'J: >Hi a franbly l H+ mihlf pin'li 1tiHHhnlifr I runditt'ntl1\ \ EjH: i t'JII:: ) 'II"| ," t'll s*. I IIf+ I City
I.rI:44rh 'ten fIIj"4H nt44 I'f ij la4y frlluw "that t the t nmn+t... people >are SFtitinel. U'-:-T- .t I

t hq i 'n'jng sa yet ..1Qng I+i itluut "- in Iljs'rjis." w.\Nnn-HlisHing: fur i ; .f.1 i f.. HtN: lni|.rpi|"r nrt.lmlll) f'lorid'.

f\-m (I'I fHling.When The TagP: zpHMPg takes: Pthernewsiapers / cuss prppuajtion for man Orlaiaju an'1' }}l __ ......... .J --.
Y'! I"
--Q -I ,| IQ tall for what. i. terms tJitir"fieedoin kionity, 'pacing upwards $I'5' month- .r. 4 iJ : T"F
the kaiser to Constantinople bordering( on license" jr b'I| If you can finance yourself to the

(, he and Al,goes lul the Damned t telling of the food shortage and tha extent:\1 r. Parker of $;,)5 New call Lucerne Friday, December hotel. Personal :{-. ''I MISS UEITJ.AH. KONBVPRIVATE : I FOR SALE!
I prices, and then proceeds:
increasing
should spend many a pleasant mo- I interview only 1-27-3tc
ment talking about the massacres of !, to admonish them in a characteristic I i TUTORINGPIANO I :My residence corner north Orantr ,..i-i.i>n the Armenians and Edith Cavell. officially inspired way that "it id: ROOMS: FOR RENT for light housekeeping i INSTRUCTION and Robinson avenues containing 'Oraiiire avenue. Grounds atnai I 'uvely$
: Den, Sewarranged, and 1 hy underling
highly unpatriotic to let foreigners ; new house on Central ave- Library, deception Room sprayed -
-0--- Room, Dining Room, Kitchen I ground bjbtem.
water and electric lights
nue; city ;
A beauty doctor declares girls believe that the starvation of Ger- nne room with kitchenette from $10 I Pantry, Grocery Room: Lavatory alii' large garage and log cabin playon -
would be much handsomer if they many is possible." And, further, as to $15! per month; 2 connecting rooms 11 WASHINGTON first floor with hath and a sleephouse, etc. Will sell furnished or un-
dropped candy and such truck for if scenting approaching storm, adds: with kitchenette $22 per month; 15 I inp apartment with eleven windows I furnished.
I
minutes from depots and postotfice; and seven closets and storage room en 11-7-1m
"Such maneuvers are becoming very
real live onions. But Orlando girlsdon't
need any such strong assistance. dangerous and might provoke a gov- from jitney 6 bus a. passing m. to 8 place p. m.every AddressC. hour i I' CHARLES P. DOW
o ernment crisis, which of all things is F. B., care Sentinel. 11-27-31 i Both the Sheriff's office and

The Manufacturers' Record is keep- I, to be most avoided under the present '
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the Chief of Police's office are
circumstances!
ing up a strong campaign for better
hotel accommodations in the smaller The Frankfurter Zeitung digs even efficiently managed, and they The Best in the WorldIt
cities of the South, and in junction deeper into the situation. It sees a 5 Acres
towns where travelling men and the ray of hope in its prediction that are quite successful in capturing

general travelling public are so often "hatred will nourish and sustain us thieves, but neither office at- is a broad statement, but nevertheless it is a fact,
forced to endure unsanitary quartersand and inspire us to hold on until finally
that THE LUTHER BURBANK FLOWER SEEDS are
miserably cooked food. It is mis- we hack our way through." Hatred Fronting on Conway Brick Road tempts to indemnify you against
not only the BEST but the RAREST in the world.
sionary work that should receive the will prove a pretty poor article of Four Miles From City. A good for
support of every board of trade in the diet, however if the situation is as four room cottage, barn and damage to your premises or We've accepted their agency and have just receiveda

country, and of every woman's club, this newspaper describes it. "Whileour poultry house on the property. stolen articles not recovered. large shipment.You .
like the heroes
and board of health.o : of the troops classical are fighting ages," it says, "wantis Also variety of fruit consisting Take these two well managed save your time, money, and get the flowers when

"The most expensive meat in Amer- growing acute at home, where people .of .Orange,. Grapefruit, offices with a Burglary, Theft, you plant these seeds. Come in and see them.:

ica is that of the quail," says the are beginning to attribute the Peaches etc. Convenient to "Nothing but the best" is our motto.

Tennessee Farmer. "The price of the miserable existing conditions to defeat church, school and R. F. D. and Larceny policy issued by
be moderate but of the empire. We jeered at the
bird enough,
may ( the Georgia Casualty Companyon
the loss caused by killing it is another blockade, but today we laugh no longer Orlando Seed & Produce Co. .
matter. Competent authorities estimate !" Price $1700 your premises and you have

that each quail is worth from Evidently the German people do 11 protection. I 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166FORAGE
not echo the that the allies' blockade
$10 to $25 to the American farmer, asa cry
destroyer of insects and devourer of is a failure. Mr. lialfour seemsto

weed seeds. This is particularly true know what he is talking about IIUTCIIINSON
GEO. A.
when he __ . -. ..- --
in those parts of the South afflicted nays: Fi Wake Co u - -- --- -
by the boll\ weevil. Quail are as fond "It is the lull before the ebb of the Realty Gen. Agent CO.A
GROCERY
of weevil as weevils are of cotton, tide!" Rooms 1-G 1 Phone 700 .
Room :3 Arcade
and more than one farmer has noticed( o
that when his fields are well stocked A handful of people saw n good Phone 117 Watkins Block I visit to our store will make you a
I
with quail the cotton crop is ""(,,. show at the Lakeland opera house the

There is liable to be some very vigorous other evening and the manager nays - -- regular customer.Florida .

game preserving in Dixie I on he will close the house if the attendance Stew lleef Ib.___________ _Oc Western Pork Loin, Ib_____ _ .23c
economic grounds rather than for is not greater hereafter. Why Chuck Koast, Ib___________ _12 1.2c Slice Ham fine, Ib._______ __ - - ,25c
short, during. the next dozen >'('atll'" pay CiO cents to $1 to see Inferior actors I I Hound Ib.____ __ ___ ____________17c Slice Hreakfast Hacon, lb._, _ _ ,2Gc
when you can see top-notchera for 1915 Buick 2 Ibs loin or short cut-___--..._3t c Fllce llrpnkfnot Huron t Ib l ot-33!
the movies Clenrwnter Florida I'ork Stew, Ib.______-.__15c AM MMW 8MOKKII: MEAT
Tilts HnrruiHiT.; : n dime in ____ I'UICKH ItKJHT
Florida fork (Ham Ib,__ ____ iRc
Flnrlrtn newspapers, especially those Sun.This 2 Urn. Pork Chops _ _________3.c: ; 2 Ib.. Cod Fish------! 2Be I
of Tnmpn Orlando and, Jnrkiotivlllp, lend us to remark that lakeland 25 H. P. 5-Passenger 2 Ib!*. Sausage! Moat _ _ ._. -2fic lilorlil fork Ham, Ib. Aye IRC
Steak-------2Iic Fresh Ktttt t
the llio. llarttburper -
lime largest popuhttlntinrrunlitig
front trt lime lost! right of the fact any 12
that the tnst legislature! deslgnntelI'enem | to the last! Mate 'I1-U", but! NouH tipw. for quick, "wilo' at ?U2.: -nut! X1112: :i.

.. .ola its the lilacs l for l ttntdintf+ the! she ,101'1111'Ullhow"_ It. Fully ciUliUMl| |'| iiH'luilliitf) Spcoilunietcf' and l'hl1tlll
iThlMitilnl. r<|t.i! ltlnfi In ililil. when. -n- ------
I'littMtt, Hill I'l-lflirnli. her one Ittiitilltlli I'.U-ti I: tlfftpHP (the I'lHtili' (tinker, HlKtiili'd f4hlll'k Mtmsrbt'rs.LI.' ,. A A.B.CO( OK&COM PANYtA I

itMttMMty nt I the |I.n"tt. lit |'nil'n ita milTtiitre I Ilehtntsetlit- (
fi'tlttl| ..ll tlllfi Aid, (the, |Miil1nlnlfHI (111111., tune! till'I ciiltilt-lttliilditll, nf I Illl' I
'I I'll. KM)1. III eeterllmliI'mlmunm/ ,..1,1, iiiitlllii, <"|Miti'' New Ynilt I U t flint In A. WAUD .. CHRIST BUILDING i ORLANDO 'U

fill1! U tttl fluid I'H"'II'IIII" Idol HIM plop|. nli'tit' in t time I, elune t.I.1 way) .

apfhhflde HIIM| ,| ,""llhl. illy)' i III mote' mm 7 - '-c: Winter Park, Florldn 1 ( AS OnNTS; wo Invest: money twfely for our
,llililIlli I \illi. llltl.' ,tl'W
iIIIIIIII1..1, . thelmiy, tlltm
,1..1)) ) any) their renl and personal:
$4,her in I'him I l i'h1., |I'eI'' <....tMift! News, .' .. nwtomers\ ; nwnnge
.----M- Mr, fII,1, Mr, 1'"lm', Ihm,, i"I' h'ttim', mmII.tir property: look alter their taxes mill other obligations

..illllillln..1. .; I MillUIIMMI rutioU, fur 'Ill"mm+begtrp 1 +g lit t'II' ..._ .... at A .. collecting rentals interest t and dividends

| IIII1H_ -1111111111,", litlnltI.lw$ and daughter l,.l Hr, mlt| Mr, ,

The ft.ll.twintr news Mory from aNew tfihtui) Mtlllray: : and' 1 eon, pf (Oilando, A Bargain Offer! INCOME INVESTMENTS Mortgages and Bonds
Yoik 'paper bluHiU\ be lead andtaitfiilly ulm I, nn in.1 today in th* ir far.OciiU .- ,

follow til' by Orlando ecliouj I Star, We olfer n lot 71.8. feet by 150 feet fronting east on

boys and| gills': : Klam Street, just three lots off beautiful Lucerne Circle
lleliaano, of Orlando, is in MATERIALSAND
Jt. H.
">efrty l irkl"I for "I'upiUJtoroiiRli rica street and Lucerne Circle BUILDING
where Elam street: Ame
) I'leaiilt-nt lul'lblarte,1 the city for a few days. Mr. Itelua-
yesterday. a new ": ufely First" campaign rio is: deputy organizer of the Woodmen Intersect. Lot faces East, is high and dry, level, has

the following for school insetiption children to l Ioy lie causing paintedin of the World.! He is: in the cityfor oaks in front and is in the RIGHT location. PRICE $1500. CONSTRUCTIONWe

front of all :Manhattan the purpose of getting new members -
red in I We have $1000 to loan on good security.Orlando .
school buildings: for the lodge and renewing old I
STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! Evening Leader, Tar-
membership.-
Hon't eros in the middle of the I can save you time, money and worry on your
t.ock.lon't) pon Springs. Real Estate Co. building operations. Our clients are satisfied.
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hitch on cars or wapons
l>ont roller skate on ihe road- Earnest Johnson and family, of E. B. BRADLEY

way.SAFETY FI1IST. Kissimmee, and Mrs. Malcolm no art, 42 WATKINS BLOCK PHONE 501
of Orlando, arrived in the city latelast ,
President Marks said: "This novel evening, and are the guests of \
plan of educating the school childrenwas
decided upon at a conference held :Mr. and :Mrs. George F. Johnson for
at my olfice pursuant to a request of the Thanksgiving season. They formerly \ . .++ < MM*' . .
Mr. Charles !>. ISernheimer presidentof resided in Daytona Beach and
the Safety First SO'i tl'rt'si- \
<
their many friends will be glad of the If You Do Not Believethat
dent Churchill I ier>' anxious that
meet them again I II First: 1
the school children l>e instructed: in opportunity Quality
every possible way as to dangers on I around the old fireside.-Daytona I .

the public highways." Journal. the Chalmers has power like a locomotive and rides
Other good "don'ts" for the boys \ ""

and frirlsould be: A GOOD INVESTMENTYOU Cut out this ad, bring it to : like a parlor car, just call for a demonstration at 14 E.

l>ont hump overour desks. are investing Don't try to hurry through jour desire an investment that will yield I us today and it will be worth Church street, or phone 223.
a regular net income of eight or ten'
lessons.
per cent payable monthly quarterlj. lOc to apply on purchase of '
Don't "gobble down" your food. or semi-annually. In this event we
Don't soak jour system up with can be of service. We do not handle
peanuts and candy. speculative investments. A. B Cook one sack of Shorts.

bor Don't is doing.try to watch what your neig-h-I & Co. Christ building. '-11-2 -3tW. CUALMERS MOTOR CAR CO.


Don't give motorists heart failure .T. ENTKICAN I
by dashing into the streets.Don't The Co-Opertive Produce Co. Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr
CONTRACTORfor
to breathe LICENSED
forget deeply exercise -
\ 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447TMMIMMMIMMMMMMMM 14 EAST CHURCH STREET. PHONE 223.1Ht .
No.
and drink plenty of water.Don't 'v. S. DeWitt, Mgr.
PAINTING, DECORATING, ETC.
forget to be kind to one an
IIILI 11111 11111 I1111 III
other. Phone 217.


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+THE BIG STORE



G-EE-A. SA.T-o-RD..8.. :: ': ::GHSAZE

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.

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Men's S Shirts 19c llfUill 1 S1.rilli s afiO t 1 0 c1 t l. 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 I
18 1-2. Saturday Night I and Fancy Colored Borders. These I tiful colors sells regularly 1.50
Goods are all Worth 15 cents. Sarurday Night


9c Saturday 10 Night cts. I Sl


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Baskets at Pr OUTING FLAU, C Children's Undefwear IDc

UWUIt't 1 U JAl'ANKMti I IIAfct'tM. ALL t FANCY
ODD LOt (Ol4 t'lllMMKiVH) KNIfttii U) t'NMJWVHAH) ; (,
HHAt'liH; IjAUUti( ; LINK; TO HKIiKet. 1 I4HOAI 1 ON DIM'I'LAY )
This i is the best! grade in full piece! : MMK) ; Ol4 Til KM: HLKHITLY( MOILUD t I) WORTH UP TOa.1i
,
IN WINDOW WOHIII ltl'| TO( 2.1 v MATUIIIUYNIIIIIT ) I A'tljltlJNIUII'l) ( \
1 ( not romnanU! good patterns in light
and dark colors, the regular lOc
quality, one case on sale Saturday lOc
/ 9c i Night

Cts. j _


Water Set at 49c 5 Yard Dress Poplins lOc


7 IMKCKS: LARGE( IMCTtIRE, 'JV, ()/. FLUTKU ,
THIS IS \ KEC.ULAU: 2:;c (JUALITY WE HAVE THEM I
GLASSES: ,WELL: WORTH DOc. SATURDAY NIGHT;!. .- I IN A LARGE RANGE OF COLORS. SATURDAY NIGHT

.

49c Limit Customer 10 Yards to a lOcI




I S, le--These Items on Sale All Day Saturday--Shie; Sale I I ILot


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 I in Patent, Tan and Velvet, in Kid and Gun Metal Shoes. This is a

8 1-2 to 2. These Shoes are specially sizes for the larger school girls, Thisis wonderful opportunity to purchase
good for school wear as they are all in $3 50, $4 00,
a wonderful lot, and well worth regular $4.50 and $5.00
good leatheis, and styles. Former prices -
qualities in this sale at
and be closed
$2.00.$2.50 $3.00 to out at
be closed
up to $3.00 to out ?t
I

$1.00 a pair I II I $1.60 a pair I I $2.50 a pair


Lot No. 4. Ladies' Gun Metal, Tan, ; Lot No. 5. Ladies' Patent, Tan and I Lot No. 6. Ladies' Kid, Gun, Metal,
Tan and Patent Shoes, Oxfords and
Patent and Kid Shoes Oxfords and Kid Shoes Oxfords and Pumps. Good Pumps. See this wonderful lot as
they are exceptional good values that
Pumps. This includes Cloth and White
I qualities and styles. Values up to $5 you cannot afford to miss. Values up
values to $G, to closeout
tops former up to SI.50 specially priced at
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at $3.15 a pair in this sale $2.85 a pair I II I $2.35 a pairI

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I The YoweU- Duck I worth Co.


ORLANDO'S LARGEST STORE. "QUALITY DID IT."



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WERE GRANTED CHARTER


Tallahassee, Fla.-The Lake Con- e
way Land Company at Orlando. The
Park News general nature of the business shall "'

be, to deal in real estate, manufacture Do oirChristmaS'
turpentine, to operate a lumber mill,
to raise farm products and live stock.
The capital' stock shall be $50,000.M. .

: O. Overstreet, president; W. J.
Daily Bulget: Of Items ConcerningThe Conoley, vice-president; Arthur N.

Goodwin, secretary and treasurer.
Town And Rollins CollegeCOLLEGE

$1,019.25; FOR CAR GRAPEFRUITTheo.


STUDENTS ENJOY ANNUAL ROOSA'S THANKSGIVINGFrank Ruff, of this place, is in receipt -
I
THANKSGIVING Roosa, superintendent of the of returns for a car of grape-
HOLIDAY water and light department, motored fruit shipped through Chase & Co.,
Thanksgiving this year was a day down to Orlando Thursday and took netting him on the trees $1,019.25.The .
filled with pleasures' for the studentsof Thanksgiving dinner at the recently car contained 330 boxes of very
Rollins College. Although the opened Astor cafe. During the after- pretty fruit. It was a fine sale. In-
varsity-faculty football game was noon he continued his journey to Kis- deed, this firm is having remarkableluck
called off at the last minute the hours simmee, returning to Winter Park in getting splendid returns for
were filled to the brim with enjoy later in the evening. Yesterday afternoon the growers whose fruit it handles.
ment and the day will long be remembered after a hard day's labor, he Volusia County Record. .
by all as one of the most related the following Ford stories: SIOPHI& EARLY

pleasant ever spent at Rollins.At "Thursday night, a Ford car strucka GEO. NOLAN RETURNS FROM
5 o'clock the annual Thanksgiving forty-five foot electric' light pole GEORGIAMr.

dinner was served at the college I near Overstreet's crossing, and, af-
commons, and was partaken of by ter tearing the pole from the ground, Geo. E. Nolan, cashier of the
students, faculty and a number of the driver of the Ford kept on his 'Orlando Bank and Trust company, FIRST CHOICE Complete Selection LESS HASTE
guests. The feature of the occasionwas way on his own power. "who accompanied Mrs Nolan to Se-
the number of artistically dec- I "Another Ford struck a big six-cyl noia, Ga., last week, on account of

orated tables, among which that of.I inder car- of one of the heaviest I'the death of her father, Mr. M. H. Here's Something Extra Special For Our
the sophomore class was one of the I makes, on North Orange avenue, Orlando Couch, returned to Orlando last even-
best. Numbers of other tables were, and, having knocked the front I ing. Mrs. Nolan will remain in Geor-
however, arranged with almost equal |of the big car to pieces, the "tin gia for a while with her mother. Saturday and Monday CustomersEXCLUSIVE
skill, and the ringing cheers of Lizzie" rolled away impelled by her
scores of boys and girls added the own four cylinders." CHRISTMAS TREE

finishing touch to the gay scene as i
the dinner progressed. I IMPORTANT MEETING Another open air, electrically lighted SILK PATTERNSFor

Among the guests at the faculty' I I I There will be a meeting of patronsand tree, this time, with songs and Kimonas and Negliges-exquisite designs in SPECIAL 2 DAY SALE OF RIBBONS
table were Mr. and Mrs. O'Neal and friends of the Winter Park pub- carols, is proposed for one or more figured poplins, charmeuse radium, de
Mrs. Mallory, of Orlando, Dr. and lic school Tuesday, November 30, at I evenings during Christmas week. chine, crepe meteor, etc., a full length in each crepe pat- In plain and fancy taffetas, satin damas, Dresden
Mrs. W. F. Blackman, Mrs. C. L. 8:30 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of Suggestions and offers of co-opera- tern, no two alike. and chenes, different widths, splendid for fancy
Regular values to $12.50 the Satwork, worth 25c and 35
school bank. up pattern on cents yard.
organizing
Smith, Mrs. Henry Huntingdon, and a savings tion may be addressed toSANTA urday and Monday,
Mrs. Berkeley Blackman.At Dr. Blackman, Dr. McKinnon, Dr. En. CLAUS, Sat
8 o'clock the students and low, and others, have been asked to Box 432. Your choice $4.98 and Mon J9c yd
,
guests assembled in Lyman Gymnasium make addresses.
which had been beautifully dec- CARD OF THANKS
orated for the occasion, and, to the ATTENTION MASONS! I
accompaniment of an excellent or- Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock, at To the management of the Grand
chestra, the annual dance commenced. Hooker Memorial Hall, the Masons of theatre, to the'Orlando daily papers, Do Your Christmas Shopping EarlyCURTAIN
One steps, waltzes, and Paul Joneses I Winter Park lodge will hold a meet-I and to the generous men of the city,
alternated in quick succession, and ing for the purpose of discussing bus who have made this organization pos ,
dancing was continued until a com iness left over from the last meeting. sible, we take this public way .of ex- GOODS REMNANTS: IN CURTAIN SCRIM

paratively late hour. A large num- pressing our thanks. The popularity of our Curtain Department is
ber of former students and out of NEGRO INSANE THE B. M. P. ATHLETIC ASS'n. White Cream and Ecru Marguisette,plain borevidenced in the large quantity of Remnants we
town guests participated in this fea- Wesley Glenn, colored, went insane der, extra fine quality. Special price. have already accumulated. On Saturday and
ture, which brought to a clos in a Thursday night and was taken in GOLD SEAL t Monday any length of from 2 to 8 yards.
most enjoyable manner the program I charge by Marshal Overstreet. The
for the day. i man was taken to Orlando ,yesterdayby The Empire hotel has been awarded Sat and Mon ((9c '. At half price
I Sheriff-jirdor4 c .. : a state gold seal for general ex-
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"J. "
NINE HOLE GOLF COU'RSE NOW > S cellence by' L R. Campbell, deputy

t . tPIEi. .n,. CITY CqUNCJLj! : (LAST NIGHT state hotel commissioner.:
'. The nine hole course at the Country The Winter Park town council ihet Do Your Christmas Shopping Early ,

?J Club has.been open for.play this last night and a number, important.. HIGHWAY OPENED . r .
week and is being tried out by a num- matters were discussed. 1t
ber of enthusiasts. Tickets are being The Orlando-Apopka highway break
sold by Secretary Shepherd. It is understood PEOPLES BANK MAKES SOME. has been repaired and is now''open;. to THE NEW FILET CURTAIN NET MAISH" CO IFORTERS'One -'

that the eighteen hole courser CHANGES OWING'TO traffic f of the handsomest curtain drapes we are 25 only of this famous make, full size, splendid
,. will be opened about the last of De- GROWTH showing this season; in white and ecru, pretty and combination colorings; our regular price is $3.50.
cember. Mr. C. W. Rose, who has decidedto conventional designs, special price, .1
Sat.
and
\I Because of the continued growth of make his home in Tampa,:,bas dis- Sat and Mon 29c Mon $2.98J: j
'A'CAR OF BUICtfS the Peoples National Bank- Mr. Chas.P. posed of his home, 308 North Main PANSY BLANKET ROBES
A. W. Mason went to Sanford yes- E. Dow, cashier of that institution, street, to Mr. ll II. Spencer. The TUB SILK WAISTS
terday and unloaded another car load has made some additions and changesIn new owner is going to have it thoroughly Preferred by a good many to the regular comforter -
have left of the
awning stripe
What we Pussy full site, handsome design dainty colorings,
of Buicks. These popular cars are his staff. Mrs. Annie L. Warren overhauled and remodelledand Willow and Taffeta Waists, regular price $2.50.
being disposed of at such a swift rate yesterday became teller of the saw will\ occupy It as a residence. He
Sat and Mon $2.25 Sat and
that Manager Mason is having trou. Ings department tier pleasing t personality and Mrs. Spencer! expect to remove Mon $2,19
Me securing enough cars to supplythe will prove of Inestimable from their present home on the CON.
demand. value to the bank's future. Miss May her of Central avenue and Heel street
ItardaWay will become the hew stem about the middle of December.OtfffiOPAfltlt Christmas
Do Your
N1NTEH lAltK NOTES:;: oftraphef the f first of the month Mr. Shopping Early
HUt FattU! becomes! head of the book "1MIYKICIAN ANDBtlitUBON )
Mi"!i Alice Oliver, t he of the attractive keeping( department !and Phillip Prey' t '

: leathers tit the Winter\ i'atk who habeen' 1mtl+!lll\ltlf.! \ ailed!!! to Hr. Unwell, etteopalhte idtvidiMaRand :hit INCH uomNi? l'OnnUno\
1I\I'Ii l frthttol'' U. pending, the half= he: ftdleetitttt department+ CashierHiiw nurMetjn\, anneunw\ thai h@ pal
days' with I'fUty I' of friend. who are I says)!! the OttuheF, un fit bu". ,,,ine iwiea returned\ from Harvard Unl"ff .n)', We gladly' announce thai we 'have leeeived a fyrther >
ralnl+hlll. and 'hunting. nearMi4 NareoaaIiee = ed .HI.. I per' tent over I the (O)etuI. where he I twk. IUj"tlfjhflJMt@: work in shipment of these extremely pupulaF, fabric"+
OU"HiII return theof 'laat "I.>er, 1P1, \bNainPa4, P Asa' ear physical n e' And diagnoiu j tnr"a.t' diliMiWllt.A tnPrv.q( i We t have in *t A fk now white, ruby, sky, gray,
the( week ta resume her l lzehool' duties )heart 'lungs, kidney and other,, via* watermelon J pink, navy and biack.
cera), and P,electrotherapy and coma,
IN tlnnm.t'un ANOTHENWlNTEll ,mom diseases Office, Cheney buildIng ? Special price 75cMen's
opposite San Juan hotel. Telephone
Mr, Berkeley 'Har man, who has ---. ; Office till, residence 1018.
been visiting: at Sleepy-eye, Minneao- Ceo, |n.| Steinmetz and hU two .
to;for several weeks, has returned to daughters, Misses Helen and Julia,
Winter Park, The last two weeks of Furnishings .
arrived Monday to spend the winterat MISS MAY HARDAWAY
IMackman's in the North
Mrs. stay
Wekiwa Springs, as is their usual
the home of Col. and PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
were spent at custom. They make their home with We are receiving shipments daily of high class Fancy Silk Hose-new combination colorings.'
Mrs. Worthington, at Washington, Major J. B. Steinmetz, who has a WINTER PARK, FLA. holiday neckwear, exclusive patterns.

D.C. very pretty place that is typically Prices 50c, 55c, $1.00 up 50c and 75c
tropical.-Apopka News.
Miss Mamie Harris and Miss Anne Schultz Building. Phone 406 MEN'S HATS Initial Handkerchiefs, in Linen and fine cambric.

Whitner, both popular teachers in the BAKED BEAN SUPPER Just to hand-3 new shapes-advanced spring- GLOVES
local school, are spending Thanksgiving New England style, at Mrs. Dwight'sthis All Work Neatly and Accurately Done in Pearl Gray Hats.Special.
at the latter young lady's afternoon, 5:30 to 7 o'clock. For 1 price $3.00 Dress and Auto Gloves, evening gloves in silk and
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home at Sanford. sale, baked beans promptly at 4:30 1- kid.
o'clock. Turkey dinner Sunday, 12 to 1I Room No. 3, Schultz Bldg.
2 o.clock.Irs.. Dwight, 101 North I
Miss Virginia Giddens, an attractive Orange avenue. 1-11-27-ltc
young lady of Tampa, arrived i Dr. C. W. Fain
Do Your Christmas Shopping Early
yesterday afternoon to spend some ROSE BUSHES I DENTIST
weeks with her cousin, Mrs. Ben
Ready to plant. Call phone 5\\)). I Office Hours: 8 to 12, 2 to 5.
Freer. Violet Dell Florists.J. .
408 Lake street.
WINTER PARK, FLA.
M. Caruthers. l-ll-23-6tc Our Grocery DepartmentIs
Miss Frances Margaret Johnson, a

of school. . .
graduate Hastings high
. 1111111111111111 PI 11111111 1111111111 111111111 fully stocked with new preserves-new fruits-new shipments of everything to
Hastings, Minn., has enrolled as a
the appetite.
member of the freshman class at Rol- tempt
lins. THE DELICATESSEN SECTIONis
Do It Now
proving a boon to many; are you among the number?
LOST OR STOLEN-An all white
female bird dog. Has speckled
ears. Answers to name of "Nellie." Buy a "BUICK" or a "FORD"Car .
Reward. Hiram Powers, Winter ,
Park. ll-27-3tc I

It. Siewert was noted among the :
Winter Park people who attended and be satisfied Dickson-Ives Co

in Wednesday's Orlando.! service! at Unity Chapel,



friend Mr*. MisS C. !t)Evelyn. Powell Demaree Visiting, ftt Cur her* Winter Park Auto Co. "Orlando's Favorite Shopping Place" Orlando, Fla.Winter .

"t\ide! Heaeh, for a few days.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

'tHil. Ijoudermilk\ arrived) in the

city yesterday And stepping At' the
s home of George Free, MMM+MMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMtMl



SILVER MEDAL CONTEST MONDAY ,ra.: ]I.. ..O JlCi1I
NIGHT ,
I @rtaubnnrtt The Woman's Prohibition Leagueof
Get It At Allen's"gsi
America will hold its monthly pub Delicious I
lic meeting Monday night, November
29, at the Alliance Hall on West Pine
MKS. DUNN WAS CHARMING A THANKSGIVING MARRIAGE street.

HOSTESS AT AUCTION I In the presence of relatives,and a The program will consist of two '

BRIDGE PARTY few intimate friends Miss Cecile silver medal contests, one for sing- ilnyler's r' I Ice y
Mrs Irwin Dunn was charming :Moseley and Mr. Alfred Wichtendahl nig, and one for reciting. There will io
u =
hostess at the New Lucerne yester- I were united in the holy bonds of be six competitors for each medal.
da fternoon when she entertained I matrimony at seven o'clock Thursday This is the second meeting of this
Sixty ladies at auction bridge. The I evening at the home of the bride's kind given by Orlando's W. P. L. A.
reception rooms and sun parlor were I parents, Mr. J. E. Moseley, in Gotha. This organization has been doing CreaM
decorated most artistically in red i The impressive ceremony was per- good work for some time and the

roses, yellow chrysanthemums and formed by Rev. Mr. Sparr, pastor of programs are always interesting, as ,
ferns. The score cards were in the :the Presbyterian church of Gotha. well as beneficial
shape of red apples tied with yellow I The bride has as her attendant The public is cordially invited and. Watch Bracelets ,
ribbon, carrying out the color schemeof Miss Celia' Overstreet, of Kissimmee, will be heartily welcomed at 7:30
S Sodaswith n
red and yellow. Miss Alta Wright I while the groom's best man was his o'clock. Convertible into a regular watch, or can be worn on

received first favor which was a yel- brother, Mr. Ludolph Wichte dahl, + neck chain; twenty and twenty-five. year. and solid gold
low kewpie dressed in yellow in the Jr. THANKSGIVING. NOTES OF INTEREST ll cases.
form of a pinholder, and Mrs. W. C. The happy couple have scores of
Essington was second high, receivinga friends not only in Orange county A large party of tourists visited Whipped CHRISTMAS GOODS ARE HERE |

a novelty basket. A delicious but throughout the southern part of Mrs. Robinson-Murphy's grove. ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS. .
fruit salad course was served, nut the state, who unite in wishing for Many family dinners were given Cream ,

. bread, tea, olives, and wafers. Mrs. ,them all. future happiness. and many hungry mouths devoured Ib d JlCOLEMAN ]
Dunn was assisted in receiving the i + choice bits from King Gobbler.A ==01:1: -
guests by her mother and Mrs.Camp
: BIRTHDAY SURPRISEA pretty drama was presented at
bell. She was assisted in serving by Unity Chapel Sunday. "The Orphan's -
Mrs. Foran, Mrs. Campbell, and Mrs. pretty birthday party was given Thanksgiving" was the title of a ,.
John Rawland. The out of the city by the Rebekahs last night in honorof drama written by Howard Phillipsand Ice Cream DO YOU TIIANSGIVING
Mrs. Ethel Belle' Stevens, at her BRIGHTENING UP
Mrs. of Tam-
guests were Hammerly given under his direction by the AiN
pa, and Mrs. LeGacy, of Rochester, home on East Church street. The children of Unity Chapel Sunday with out paints. Then you'll be sure
honoree was completely surprised and
N. Y.OPENING. I school. of making a good job of it, one that
II I overwhelmed by the good wishes of delivered in
+ II:
I + any will do you credit and one that will
,her friends. Noble Grand Mrs. F. L.
DANCE NEW LUCERNE
SOCIETY NOTES OF INTEREST last for years. Tell us your plans
I Anderson presented Mrs. Stevens
The formal opening dance of the I with a Rebekah pin. Delicious refreshments Mrs. Park Trammell, wife of Gov- quantity and we'll supply just the right paints,
New Lucerne hotel occtrrred last were served and ernor Trammell, arrived in Orlando ''" etc., with which to do the work.
everyone
evening. It was a most enjoyable i had time. yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic

social affair and was largely attend a merry + Coast Line from Crescent City At f Urlando Paint &: Wall Paper Ci
ed. Delightful music was discoursed
where she had been visiting her father
throughout the evening. JlEAnSOX-KEnSEY Mr. Thos. C. Darby and will be 205 S. Orange Avtnut
The dance which was formal and Miss Flora Pearson and Jesse W. the guest of her sister Mrs. Geo. W. Phone 26'CAREY '
attended by both the younger and Kersey were quietly married in Orlando Phillips at her home 407 East fine J( & MAN
bider society set really marked the Saturday November 20, Ret. street for A week br mote. Mrs. :
opening of this popular hotel. A salad Alfred A. Rlckert, of the Episcopal Trammetl will sing at the First Dap.
course was eefted. church petformltig the rnarHage cerembHy. -
(let thtlrch SUhd t4 M ts. Trammell
the! New Lticerht* has been rettibcl- Mh and Mr*. j< Wt Kersey will be the hohor* RUe!!! at the b i el1 t
piled and Is hi readlheS far the! winlei I left Urlahdd bH the! teH o'clock Iralttfbr rntellh bf lit fbsln! Club bH tUtold, HAND
adh. t4 Hlbhaj, Fld. where1! the? will ttHtsthbbtt titid afttr the! adcJft! b,
Altlhtbsh'sbtfchestrti! tehtiefeti (Hake1! IhtIF tibhie1! Jbt the } tp!!ehb-- tlljlhbti Mrttili bH i IIrl fhhttlld Fid*. Pharmacyi'HUNBitt

htH81 lI.hfbfd llffnlJ.'SOCIETY lu thg I hilHibifi! Mhd 1 IhtlF tru hats FUNERAL DIREtfOH
kill, N Intlbd U fMtirtlii Ibf IIHFIat 1

: llHItf! fl!lltU tell! I.H. tilt Ht (Hltbltlt AND IMIAIMK
l mIM t thai t IRVitHIiaR. fHF wm I( (to ropit Mra: 'Tfitwwdli. m
(the ftfffUF Hill\ t b fthflll I be ftFtutifftllv 1 iR
fRF frt t.ni RdMp wPdt4iii \ FRIHitU
the Iflteet\ : t *tllw RI I IRttFF1 iiR4 ftHH IRFRI thft ftFt' i1P@FRl'PtlIi t HR RHlfR fl HbHi.: All calls answered) Promptly Dayor

highest! : IHHhllfiHUr MFSf' rV> TF rorol) wife' pf, FI Fiam -
,
PART F4R 1ha t rili.> pf "!tviAI flu r $inYi +ttHAJHt FavoriteBrpncho Night Hand RloeU
It'lit distinp4isheti }
pap4lftr
JAY' ,
Hnfavpraby| Frthilita-ltn! {Qfo lit: RHtJwjly) jn tfy)
trAAr! arrived last' i Friday to epe/td It
BQutjiern $tate II>-L P. pteyens Epgravinp Pomp ny, 47
week at the hams gf her father: "r, TfHM Y'lii l'BAGfl\M Orlando .. Florida
Whitehall : lreet! Atlanta, Qa. pampfes and prices. will
T. q pafby, Sr: PR Sunday mnA' "The Golden Trail. A I
to sent you free f fhar'e-send PAW, western drama:
in two partsKomic
ing and'evening! MrsTrammell, .1aposses1 '
. PRONE HI RESnMiWBONE 457
f- -' "The P' cpn'li Whis trli.: ,
i 1 : s; a sweet,*highly) cultivated! Comedy.!
'
MIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMHii voice, sang solos at the Baptist Keystone "Those Happy Days.
church to the ,great pleasure of the This is a good program. We have
worshippers.-Crescent City item, in comedies.a good, two reel J drama and two good

:Palatka News. Five'cents to all.
.illllllMMMMIMIIMIHIttMinMMMMIIIIMIM .
I II +
I At this week's session of Sorosis
Miss Hart'will
Margaret entertainthis
t '. Club, the Mrs.'A. B. WiiitI
: .4 I president -
. : afternoon with the third of a, series -
min, announced 4bat'an open session:
(:'417! : I will be held next Tuesday and that of bridge parties.+ I FRANK A. CUliTIS ". WILLIAM B. HEAL

the members and their friends will

hear an address by Bishop Cameron ROSE BUSHES
'Mann on "Florida Wild Flowers."
The bishop takes a deep interest in Ready to plant. Call phone 509.
botany. 408 Lake street. Violet Dell Florists.J. .
M. Caruthers. l-ll-23-6tc
+

Miss Zelma Lewter entertained
LOST-On Thanksgiving day, a small
fifty of her friends at an out of doors black pocket book, containing bills. CURTIS & O'NEAL
party at her home on North Orange Finder will' return same to this office
and receive reward. ll-27-3tc<<
She
avenue Wednesday evening.
was assisted by Mrs. F. A. Lewter, '
Mrs. Arthur Merrill, Miss Laura Lew Insurance Loans Real Estate

tee, and Messrs. Robert and William

Lewter.Mr. Rentals

and Mrs. W.+M. Davis and son, SKATING RINK

Master Billie left early Thanksgivingday
in their Buick "six" for Ocala
Our At
Representative where they contemplated upending
the remainder of the week taking in
Ocala Fair Wired the attraction at the Marlon county
fair. Every Friday Afternoon SchoolChildren ESTABLISHED 1141REO

+ Session, Girls 5c,

Us;: Ming Gladys Thomas!, the nUrnct- Boyd lOc
lye daughter of Mr. and Mr*. 1A.: ,
HAVE 1 .I'HOSPECTS FOIL TIIKEE. TOURING Thorns!, left yesterday' afternoonover Ludy attendant to look after the .1111..... ............................................

CARS. WIHB Alt: WHEN: CAN I:XI.I:c'r THEM.: the Count Line for T"URI-\'n.\- ,

DOIXJE)( IIIIOTHEIIH) l WINTER: CAR HAS IIEEN: CHOSEN Ala., where *he will visit relative Children
and friend
FOR THE GOVERNOR: IN THE: PARADE.: -
+

WE ARE UNLOADING FIVE TOURING CARS The "Her and There" Club has I

TODAY, WEDNESDAY: : AND EXPECT: FIVE: MORE changed Its name to the "Now and 'rIIANKSGII'INGMASQUIItAIE i I

INCLUDING ROADSTER: LATTER: PART OF THIS Then" Club and will meet December I
1, with ill* Porter.
WEEK.WE I I + AND GUAM MAItCI I
ARE WIRING FACTORY TODAY TO RE Cards! have been Issued by Miss

LEASE ANOTHER "FIVE CAR SHIPMENT"' : AT Roberta Itrahch for bridge/ ht the November 20
ONCE.: Rosalind Club Tuesday afternoon

IIU1IE CARNIVALGRAND



TE"( LUCERNE(




II W. PHILLIPS & S SONS TODAY) 1916

TODAY "30.00, F. 0 U, Orlando


210 S. Orange Ave. TIM EpUode of --
Are Here. Let us show you
.fNEWIVENTURES OFJ
PHONE 56
Second Episode of

RUFUS WALLING FORD" This Wonderful Car

Don't miss a single episode of "NEAL OF THE NAVY"I I

this great series. Start right by The Great American Serial.
PALMS AUTO CO.
seeing the first one. And Two Other Comedy Reels


N. Orange Ave. Phone 400


: .iskIIS SIOIISSIIIIIIIIIIIII IOIIIIIIIIIIti. 5 cents 10 cents 10 cents 15 cents
4,


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CARDS I RESTORES SIGHT KOAH V1LLE MEETING TO: HE AT G.\lXES-1

The Call of the West 3 3The CATIONAL=
ROBINSON & BEARDALL I II J i I ORLANDO ROOFINGANL

ATTOIINEYATLAWNo. TO BLIND CHILDREN flu! :you ever hear of a {road roads
I Ii.i7t un I'ltf!, .11 I" >, Izoo, I M-hoof Well that is what the meeting ]
The lint "f an .tuliuin! Mk\.
4 West Pine Sreet The Infinite iMt in lor "'"';ittUMslth I at (.Gainesville December 1', will | SHEET METAL CO

\\" the, wild p.-- tiling high. he. The people of Florida are in the
The hum t the l>u i bitwler.
Phone 161 The liuch, the f"t+g. the jest. Physician Cures 96 Out of 148 rood roads humor and they will build
All nf .a rl h's1It frt-wlottl more Lmod road j but the big. question|
of the "tt Metal Slate Tile Tin
This is tin call Asbestos
i"i of what shall the toads, I be, built' ,
The crisp> trued rtif 'f th*! rtntefTlie Cases In New York. Whnt fnelh..J of roh"l ruction chthe: \!
DAVIS & GILES I .mi In t It"llle| *fcrtIlie and Rubber Roofings 4
the.nnn.h+.'e ttllttlil I'r' the. tlYl'fJ nett" ,I nlitl. hoto !'h\tllt.. rinils* I bp, (m-iiti I ,
"iutltr t1t11 "IXM!' 111111",11 1 ht'*'* rtle the ij')p :iitttillp "
ATttUNEY8=AT=LAW tillhiMtlieiti! lI.hll11t! l lire t h Mttb.i Cornlcei klijlilsi| llrfllinp Vriililnlinij' \ MHnlWrkii l'rIIlItU
,
She. I'etlltiteM tlh'l. rtitti Id*! L*!tiItif TWO-THIRDS ARE IMPROVED chit II iutfle l'tlhhtt' PHthttlastIf(\ :! \ I :

Phone 73Itooni t I h.t.tl IH III* llHl! !f1 ItttWlttllMeH I "I c: lit\ I'tilllrntttF' : it/ltt/ eo'Ul Ittn'tb4itlere ..
the Mill bl, litet.t I
\ I IH :
iteiefnlll.ptana ! 14 i, ehunh hit : OHUNOO
5, 0, 7, lit=- Tt*. ft )1-tiPl!) 1 n| ItHI'. tH11 t'NdNI.e. fella eeUf! J, j1.00iM j@ feF ge f 8al IA: !\ Gehl mil t he. thrnvtn onmpaiiHiK. H''Ji'1'
\\ \\tH. 4 I HM i41t $HW It i v 1'1. t9Flh,
Pavii & MeNeill DIeeI t 111'1." !tI tea., 1 1".I.tIt""F "f F4\1I111$ Spe HI8A Will 9iY! lIQ9, ,t99! reF fje: \ itf( (Imneavitl/ t Hn'' e_
Ilt+ I 11"III..r H." ul'l .f 1.141grtq, "He..fleA="b8 tiR4 kItI' dRll taro- ty u'OHiHasiolitr 10 the bolts| | th,;iiltt (|
TI4 ......II iu4 ,u Itil /P,,,,,,'44F t4LlsuiueID ' >
'111 4.4 $$4 Id.s-uw ..1".1. er b..wlt ban ALphth @Indnizs! v: nitU HOMM l be impossible for:

iji !|.rtsiv it alul l! 't:3uf tUeHlu.re, E.pf ,In FNV. pf Acpiden4" any county to call to its "hi| the authorities The Eola
Victor Starbuck Vm nut in the luu prat- who will\ address the meet Packing Company
Niueli' -\U cures i>f (iliuilnubd anuingbcli
'TU a UM that 'I" free from tradition, ORUANOO. U.ORIUA
\\'he ID a iu.m met'U J< (Acid u* ai man, "ut| ilnlilu-ii bole I Uvu nmilu f'Y l Jlr ing.The
ATTORNEY-AUAW\ Vlitre people are Ui and| are Uuiuii William Mania UULanU out of U*> program has not been definitely '

I TI.t:) can. fur Ihey know they can! ruses, iriMitil. bu bo tt.ittM to thu arranged{ but some expert on every SpecialtiesCustom

Phone 161 Till The u hour land tlut it the U fart uaii.ltTtr Iwcununic. guest. tsociety: of Mitlk-ul Jurisprudence' ut phase of road building will be obtained. -

luau the lutriut !kintia with iKvollun. a Uii-ellut in the AiutU-my of XItililut I* I'. Dickie secretary of the Packers Modern Equipment '
No. 6 W. Pine St. Orland, Fla My cuuuti). the luixi of llit uekt.: in New \urU. Central Florida Highway Association Shippers and Buyers Cash f.o.l Selling

end far Jar away o'er the ocean: Dr. Kkhuuls. IkiruigliiK; TreM-n-. has announced that George S. Scales. Growers' Agents Personal Attentton
A .wrrtlt3It. 4 kUler. a uife.la :. tlon of Crime l by C.>rrlU u ot 1'Ujt.lcal
of the U. S.
senior highway engineer
IUII.,III'; .u.i waiting aiul uh. iIfli" efttU In to<'lwul! | CblMn-u.:' dtclared Growers, Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and arrange -
To ..1.1..11 .1 riniu.il of life department of agriculture will givean
,, that l I.Y IH-OIHT tutilUal treatstneut for harvesting and packing their
In IMS I .i for Mil there u plenty address road maintenance. Col. crops.
That' in L \ iI i\ "IIJ..y Kith the rest ho hUll i-flfifUil restoration of on Fruit Packed and shipped as directed by the owner of the goods.
RAY WHITE ri.e 111,..1.1 '.i ( n..|"' and of |iruiuiiMTill vbl"u In ull l but Hit iiuiht ol.sllnateHe C. :M. Cook, of Pittsburg' will speakon
R. :- ix II::: .. ill of tn<- i,,tHunt I Cast's. ofTt-riil hU M-rrUva gratis transportation. In addition experts PACKING HOUSE-Corner Concord Ave. and A. C. L. Tracks.W. .

t ill. i.iu.l In New Vork Time trfiitf l l14S IS. RULE Mgr. J. S.1'.tGE Ast Mgr. C. A. COCIIKAN,
LAW to the l our l of toc1l1l'uUo" 1111.1 l on road materials (construction ,

ATTORNEY I I of the :tist< |pupils In the clty'M btvi'litctii drainage, and all other phases of road Packing House Foreman.Patronage .
TO MAKE DEADLIEST WAR .
Room 44 blind ..dluul'IIIt.1'II. will Oemonxtratiotix
engineering Hpeak., -
EXPLOSIVE IN AMERICA 1''lIt'rllt4l1o.: hits woik. Dr KUImnUmy and exhibitions of road building Respectfully Solicited
Watkins mock Orlando, Fla. :
"I.'rum my fxiiinliiailon of the Itscuxi'H will be arranged if possible.'I't .

_.
Small Amount of New Liquid Spread I nni toiiilutiil l iiiut tuililriU -
01.1.) ('11'1'.\:\ 1'\\"Ims:
.. *
Death, Fire and Peieon.Itaron of th19'IIU.ln'II In tin lillml O'liIiTH aiihut

Blackman 1 lilliuL They run I.\ v niiKli to st'uwell I hope. ( all that can do MO, will "pay
Worthington -noiifcii i Ii; rend .WI'I.III"'r| i>rhil- their city taxes 'IIIw--.r at !leaitt be- ACC1DKNTMAItlLITV: HEALTH:
Itaymoiid do Jtulow, head. oftlio that U tu till)'. lluy run U, ciinI I fore the very lant day of December.,
ATI'OINEY-AT-LAW ItUMidun bra lch ut the llulow fam I enough to scud that print If tlioy are If too many wait till the last it will AUTo toBlI.Jo! :
fly Mho came AiuerUu not many able tu r"lItllIllIl uiidi-rntuiij the Kruui- be impoHHible for the tnx collector to
I'hone 617 M-aitona UKO:; to place, vlolvla on tlio lug of word make out the receipts before the first I'LATK GLASS UUKGLAKYWORKMAN'S
California Jraut: hLs. sweetheart and Better Mtthodt.Defpcthf of January when all\I unpaid city taxes

Rooms 13 and 14 Yowcll-Duck who It worth a little matter of e::'O"1 Urges.h.,1 l chlMrtti of today become' delinquent, and subject to 3 I'KOI'EUTV DAMAGE: : COMPENSATIONGeorgia :

md'.((K ). is coming here again. this ( the criminal and of tomorrow per auditor .
worth Building. are JHIUIHTS The will begin the annual
not to consecrate an undying love but 1.lI..t the board of education and
year audit on the first of the year, unless
to manufacture: the most deadly ex fluster I of eV'urk city spent| nearly you have your tax receipt priorto

ever Invented "by man. $3.: (>00.MK)() on the re-education of dcti- ; that date you will have to pay the
Phone 72 This: explosive, which spreads death dent school fhlldreii. A very much penalty. It interferes too much with I Casualty Company
poison and Ore wherever it is used Is I smaller sum extended on the physical the work of the auditor for the collector I,
to be dating back tax receiptsto
the Invention of a Russian, chemist,
health of the" children would bare .
ee
those who wait til!!
accommodate
Paul V. HutchinsAttorney resident, In Argentina, where :
long: a sated four-fifths of this outlay. the last day, and it can not be ale
the baron has: been for the past year. I "You art doubtless: aware that the lowed. GEO. A. IIUTCHI SOS, General Agent

and Counsellor at Law Though not a soldier, Baron d. Uu- present method of physical school ins E. F. SPERRY, :Mayor.

low is a grandson, of Cavalry General I spectiou in t ubllc" schools la a ridiculous ll-27-3tc Orlando, Florida

llulow, who fought with Napoleon and :: farce Several hundred thousandsof
Davis & McNeil Bldg went to Russia ufter Napoleon's down dollars are spent every year from BUILDING="' A HOUSE Room 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone 700

ORLANDO, FLA. fall while a brother who fought withWellington which the taxpayer receives very little In building a house it is well to con- I
and Blucher, went to Germany value in returu sider the convenience and economy ofbuying I

and founded the German family "Isn't it rheafier to spend $1.000OW all your materials from one
firm. Whether use brick veneer,
you
now represented by Chancellor von a year for proper i nieilical school inspection furnish and
wood stone we plans
or
Dr. F. F. Thompson it u low. in New York and have almost estimates free. See samples and Try A Sentinel "Want Ad"
As described by the baron the newexplosive every child promoted each term thanto prices. Cook & Co., Christ building.1l273te .

is a dark brown liquid Fiend $3.iu.OUO every year re-edu- -
DentistFormerly which combines three deadly elements rntlni the children whoso promotion

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . . _ _ _._ .
In its l"uml"t'ltloll. In addition to possessing Is withheld, W1I0lhll; of millionsof 1 - - - --- ---- --- ---------- - - - - - - -
| . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
of New York extremely high explosive power dollars spent| afterward for police

it Ignites everything within Its courts and prisons to punish these defective :
.
115 SOUTH ORANGE range, even m>lId material while at the children

Over Curtis & O'Neal'sDR.N.L. grits name gas.time discharging a poisonous theft"The children most Is common extreme trouble nearsightedliess. with- "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree i

it is sold only minute quantities 'II which iian been mistaken for

l lie used In idiclK hand grenades and blindness. As disuse l Is follow i by

BRYANDENTIST even In !jzla"n tuln-s to make the remitting i loss of function. flU lu-nrsltfliti-dm-m ," '; ' .
Unless Budded
destruction terrible. Then too linn KM! tu IncrcaKliiit bltndtionn., \T? .. .: .oof. ;

tlu fkploxhu In rhrnt "The iivst iii'ml ci'iiiiiHHi trouble ; \ ,,
IJxpvrliticnt: reernlly mndc In Argentina cntnrlt'tnt sometimes fur pnouitli ndvninill .. .. -J
Phone 716 lire mid' to hate producp In !I." nK'ritlrn, but more I St from Bearing

Iii.,' nxtoiindltttf rvultM' ''' : A thimbleful I fr\' |iu'iitly not, niMli-nm* Hint tluM i'''IItIIs

Itoomfl and 3YowellDuckworth- .>f I lh<> liquid waft thrown MIIIOUK Hum- iinubl tu linv;; n fiilr/ \'vlnlou i IhnnlultIho \

Bldg tier of inilnuiN cnldrltt'4 1"1'\1114 aer"r .f n.rr"tlUIl \' I .

'''Iwl't.11I u It-rrltk' "xpU>.ion. which 114 t'nrwlel' 1'1 l'I't'I..r glus.es. trees of a known ,

'""I"ulI.1.11.,1\ (lit; anlnwl: then Love And Skill N"d d.Another .

everything, ft>mt them burnt Into di\"H'\..o J I. f'II'.I\'t: aatlir' '
,
Itiums whltli iiumHiiUHl ("wlrJoI11t!*. I nmtikiu w hit h n<> ilUti'ii'U object. that I

\vhilt H vapor' arose and Bpreud. lu I tlu patient .U thought to tilt l ttluui '_ Quantity and ;

which nothing could\ live. bllu.l Another mmuion ailment U ulCer -

of that |M>rtloii of the eye throuKb ,
whicht' Iot'l' This dlsea u ,U readily
HOGS CHEAP IN BERLIN.
curable with nmllclne. Quality of Pro- ;

"Itut the trouble &keep recurring unless ,
OR. L. H. RAMSDEU
Supply So Great That the Price Drop.
I the uniK-rliln 'nuslhe error ofrefrtetlnis
OPTOMETRIST $7.50 to $10 a Hundredweight. '

ORLANDO, . FLORIDA S> many hogs; were hurried into Berlin I Inflammation corrected Mack by of the prolwrglasses. eyeI 5 duction."--0.W. i
for sale the last day i!
*K FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSEND > KtixkjanN order became I frequently leaves such vision that ;,
liefore the maximum price
\ DO ALL KINDS OF strong corrective glasses may make it
that prices lrul'pt..lS.
effective!
t eable. The thing is :
quite >en same Conner.
OP"l1rAr RKPAI'1UJfOPLUMBING hundredweight from
T.M l to $10
I true of atrophy of the optic nerve following -
those which have: been! prevailing and
I
typhoid' fever or some injury. I I
under the maximum -
In some cases were liven established.The "However love and skill combined 'I 'l.ees like these will work for you while you. sleep. They can't be
which hat '
federal council will consider theadvisablllty I can make there little patients see. i i iBut !' grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
up to the present time no one has
of using maximum prices:
SALLAS & SALLAS I had the skl.l: and the love and the time
fore-tandthtnse.: 1 all
at once.
208 Boone Street "If our governments will give us anutiicnl I
I insctt Including: eye esaminatlon. Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA
Phone 597.
VALUE OF 1915 CROPS IS I of all children by" comi- NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class

5500000000. i tent specially before they are put I nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -
into classes for the blind, along witha
hard i enalty compelling: all attend- j I by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND
The n.itlon's: principal farm crops
SURVEYIN this year are worth about $:;,:>00.- ] In:; physician- at birth! to drop a cer- !' trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence
lain solution into the of the !
I
imo.iNM. exceeding by more than will abolish eyes five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery proauc-
newliorn.
I
Plating and SubDividingPROMPT $:-oAllI.'MIII.OIIO) ) their value in 1014, the excel In those you who are tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr.: Planter? Why of course you would sell) your
In the
previous thinner value year bundne"1
country's' crop history. The cotton I cidents.' trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE
AND ACCURATE: "This: whole work can be ,:
WORK crop U not included In this estimate. ed throughout: the United States and I j interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your

: There has been an unprecedented Canada for $:-.M_"." I time and money to bring it into bearing.
harvest of the crops
many
i
HAL A. IRISHCivil rxcfedln their l est records, and I Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

Engineer high price' due to the Influence of FARMS FOR WAR VICTIMS. you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof

the KuroiH-an to s\\ell the war total have value.Statistics .contributed Friends of Childhood Presented With I proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing

47 Watkin RIdg, Orlando, Fla. showing the size of the Land In the South. Florida needs in the market first-class fruit and plenty of it.

various crojx. preliminary estimates The International Society. Friends of Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more but Professor Shamel'swork
In most Instances, with fiduivs : Childhood a New York Or
nlzatiOD'1
in California demonstrated that increase of 50 cent be obtained
giving last j ear's crops In bushel has annoumed that it has an per can our

F. A. PEPPERCORN *. are a< foHnvvs\ : gift of land In the south which hasbeen *ay, over the ordinary method of propagaim'Vhat then is the fifteen to thirty cents in
Croj ins estimate. 1914 crop subdivided into five and ten acre
? CATALOGUE FREE Write for it. '
Corn ....'......... 3.O'"!Sl1Ai\>O %.6".!4.o.I.OOO tracts and each; farm equipped with a comparison 1f/I'
BUILDER and CONTRACTORPhone Wheat ............ l.> >iKS...>'I<> S91.UlT.ciO furnished house. mule, a cow ('hick-
Otts .............1.S1T.4TS.OO> 1.In.Q",1I.1 a
37 Barley .. ........ 2g.n2tao: 1.4.9<.3.000 ens anti farming: implements and that
Ite .............. 41.1;'.">0 49.: "" this land is to bo placed at the disposal
Hui kn hent ..... 1.;.Z.o.ue: I6.W1.UVC! ( of families |ossesslng some knowledge;
rotatin ,.. 39.:3.a.o; 4rr.a1..e ,. ,
Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
de
of agriculture who have been left -
,
aw.-et 1..1:11' . 6ti.Gio': .">" J.:."MM
)
L. Percival Hutton I I.''. tame H..n., 5A5.3." .) 11.1 '.0' tltute by the war.
".IY. 11111tI.\ .,,\.... ..::c.'I) 1'.r.t ."}' Appeals are icing; made fur contributions
C"Un .U.. i iTobacco .. ,. b.:;u.""see( ..';1'..... ..... of mousy. ilothehoipital rrqul
37 Liberty St. New York N.Y. stir I ... 1.a-o.-.U I.U34' 7-..... W. Conner- Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
,
sites and so forth.
llaxseed ......... 1S.4C .") Is.s:" .
r.lC'e .. ........... 31;.:::.1.\.11.i ::!.'4' .vN.
ARCHITECT Teaches .. ....... 6L1.", 6..1.o.u.} Invents Left Handed Watch.
fears ............. 11.:1 ,OIiO 1::.err: uQ Left hamlod watch Invented l I" Kalamazoo G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida
McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando, Apple ........... ? .6TO. ,
UtoM) Uilor) '.:""". \10 : man The Laud run arounJ
Florida. from right to left I

r--.sues I .-__ 4
A. A.
Member. .. MIMMMIMM'PUOFESSIOXAL '



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MltliiMIMiMililMIIMMMMiiilililtiiMlitiilM Just A ANCONA KNOWNAS SEPARATE HOSTILE STATE DIPLOMATS DINNERS--FOR-I PENSACOLA ALABAMA PLANNING BANKERS FOR -

Suggestion! (IT Tampa SpecialI S
Washington
D.
C.-The White Pensacola, Fla. Within
CHRISTMAS IS ONLY FIVE WEEKS OFF House I the next |
RESCUE SHIP tonight announced that these j few days the chamber of
Select I commerce +
your Rifts while the stock is complete. We will be glad to state receptions and dinners will be j will name a committee of men to discuss ,
lay aside your selection for later delivery. held, starting I I VIA
on
January 7 and end details in connection with the i
"IVORY-OID" NOVELTIES MAKE NICE GIFTS ing on March 3: annual convention of the Alabama

Look over our line of these goods. We have them in Powder Boxes, First Passenger Liner Tor 9:30 January m.January. 7, Pan-American reception, Bankers' association in this city next
Hair Receivers, Picture Frames, Baby Sets, Manicure Sets, Shoe p. April. The committee will meet the

Horns, Card Cases, Mirrors, Combs and Brushes, Fans, etc. pedoed Since the Arabic January 11 21,,cabinet diplomatic dinner, 8 p. m. secretary of the association and prep Standard Railroad of the South
A dinner 8 arations will be made to make the
CAMERAS p. m. gathering the most interesting andmost I Reinaugurated Nov. 15th-16th
Teal Christmas cheer goes with a Camera. Let January 25, diplomatic i
us suggest an dinner, 8 I successful ever attempted by the i
Ansco or Hawkeye, and bring your films here to be developed. WENT TO AID OF SANT'ANNAFor p. m. Alabama financiers, for it will be the -

PERFUMES February 4, judicial reception, 9:30 first time that the organization will' ScheduleDailyLv.

Perfumes p.rn. have met outside of the state of Ala'
are suggestive of flowers .
are always
appropriate as agift Several Months Before ttaly' En February 8, Ar.
supreme court dinner, bama.
at Christmas time. Owing to the approach of Christmas 12:45 p. m. Tampa 4:00
we trance Into War Ancona Was En- Sp.rn. p. m.
hue increased our line of Handkerchief Extracts, Toilet Waters, gaged In Carrying Italian The meeting is scheduled to be heldin 1:20 p. m. Plant City 3:25 p. m.
February
Reservists 18
1:38
Colonges Sachet congressional recep this city during the month of April, p. m. Lakeland 3:01 m.
etc. p.
Any of these can be furnished
in From
fancy This Country and Supplies For !tion, 9 :30 p. m. next. 2:52 p. m. Kissimmee 1:51 p. m.

days.gift packages. Perfume prices are not advanced during the holi- Italian' Government. February 22, speaker's dinner, 8 4:05 3:22 p.p.m.m. Sanford Orlando 12:43 1:20 p.p. m.m.

TOILET ARTICLESToilet Following the sinking by a large submarine p.m.March ''A DISOBEDIENT SMOKER DESTROYED 5:54 p. m. Palatka 10:44 p. m
:: 3, army and 7:30 p. m. Ar. Jack'lle Lv.
of the Italian liner Aneona. It navy reception, ZEPPELIN 9:15 a. m.
goods make practical gifts. You can buy Brushes, Toilet 9:30 p. m.
Pets, Manicure Sets, Cases was recalled that recently Count von Equipment will consist of Pullman
Travelling and all other The fact
staple of that
goods Dernstorfi'. there are to be two Broiler-Observation
the German ambassador Copenhagen.-The Zeppelin Z-18, Parlor Cars, A. C.
this
nature at our regular, everyday prices. The selection of such diplomatic dinners L. Free
announced that be had received an official aroused consider:? which was destroyed by an explosionat L I Reclining Chairs Cars, Stan-
goods betoken good judgment, for they are beautiful' durable and able comment throughout the dard Vestibuled Coaches and Com-
city. It Tondern I
communication from Prussia had
useful. Berlin to the made only a bination Coach and Baggage Cars.
is
effect that German submarines bad recently apparent that Mr. Wilson desired, single trip westward, over the Islandof
CHOICE CANDIES Mink twenty-three vessels' Including because of the war in Europe, to pre Sytt.t .
You will of course want something good in the of Christmas vent all embarrassments, and Its
way tour trauj-iHjrts. belonging' to shed had just been completed. For Information Call
Candies. We are agents for the Johnson Chocolates and Bon Bons. the allie- lit Mediterranean waters. therefore he will avoid inviting the A few alterations were being made, on
Those who want attractive gift boxes of Confectionary should The Amuii.i i N the first passenger liner diplomatists whose countries are at I the chief change being the removal of W. D. WHITE, D. T. A.

place their orders early.LUCERNE. tori>ed Hd l Mine the ArnbK. war with each other to the same 'te- the anti-air craft gun platforms from I l W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.

e The Aiimua was a comparative! ception.: 0 flip roof In the irrnimrlnt. the rornprs I! OrlandoSiernons'

new steanishlp./ and since the entranceof Anotner innovation will be the Pan- of the shed, in accordance with a new
\ PHARMACY j Italy intii. the war she Lad carried American reception, which will be the policy.

large quantities of munitions horses first of the series, on January 7, All Several marines were assisting the
1'JIONE 2. WE GIVE TUADING CHECKS mid rf ertlts from this fort. )She last the South and Central American diplomatists workmen and notwithstanding strict:: Milliner

; When in Kissimmee tlsit the Palace Drug) Store. left New York vtt OcL 1? and arrived will t>e Invited to this te- orders, several:: of them smoked:: cigars.
I uu CM !'D! nt ;NnjiU-9, ceptlon.
: Where most of bet It id reported one man dropped: alighted
MMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMUMMMMMMMMlGrocery L\hlt.pj') HATH
t'l1ttUn"/ iihl'tiule.l.
;
cigar tm the gas filled 1 balloon,

\. . . . .... . . .. .. -f. . ..... The .\hl'ultltIt" n. twin wrewet>- IIUpjl tMd I (WOOMtfl'lUthhl ) resultKig in HH pvposlon{ i'lllLmttiVM; HATH
. . . . . . . .. eel| t-f "HIM i I'tltl" ill ,|,iitt'pttipiiti|' Wh? The t'1t'lultlti1'8!' are now 1t1\1'1I as! We otter a choke tetedkw of

I \HI" 4";j,I tart' in 'length!! f* feet in i,enHifth'l in eleven; killed or weutIled.Convinced. f.ltllitl
/ hil'l' H ifeii|+|| ...r lit fast Hll( was Otlatidi) fep0H f that : Velvet hate At 300, >MOO,
Specials i dull! Ht llplfitet, 'Ireland, lit |llM1o l : liyeifleojjj; !' ai J ppeeent! : is the left: that II00 l 1509({) fflprt,

'j'J11i111'1'''' hfl"l" liMfll fit (lIIIi Italian' 'has, i Iteen; fnperienee l tint pom@ tints Children Hat *|1Id<), 91,50 nml up
For iiil( bUfVliM (of. )>(h } ante Hill HlllHIIlt The Ptoie! ami plages! of boobies| ", were Our' styles t are eq IO'lIl|=antl pur
and
Saturday Monday : her fHnsu urn. VIIIIIIJII| | atRescued IIIUflt 'than/! Plltin 'UH t'viulfJllotl! i lido t and) pri= prices are so reasonable that you will
'IIIU'.IUJ,
Ra1ad I .Pressing -. -- -- ---_20o: II Toilet Paper 25c tented A general holiday appearance, find| our Store the 1-est place in the
Mltrltb hino{ 'hurries: - -- ---JOo -1. Toilet Paper u---. -___-_--_-_----_:25. &gant" Anna's P IUiDnflDr', MVes," said) the pjieciaijs'ti as hestoot. city for millinery,
Vinegar per bottle u---_u I5c taking J powder, Ib, --_____-:20c 'fllo'WIIUI'' plnetl! a prominent ,part. PAY TRAIN by t the sid contractor, HI 1 can
linger Ale bottle ___ 'ID the I ri'SHiio uf
per -- -lie Tomato Pickle _____ _SOc pasbfiit'eru from I lie cure ,
---- you
-
J J.emon Extract; ---------___5c Dill Pickles ------------__,20o urulug l 1'olire lliu-r $ant' Anna In mid- The pay train over the Atlantic "What will it cost," asked! the sick Siemens Millinery
Flour 12 his __
-------- ----45o Toffee, per Ib __,.15c Atlantic on Ht'i't.' 12, rihe went to the man faintly.
--?--?-- Coast Line was
Whole Wheat Flour --__-___30e Tea, per Ib, ----__--.__.__25c till nt' Anna's aid and took off inure in Orlando yesterday "Ninety-five dollars." StoreCLINT
Cake Flour, 2 pkga for ._.25c Tea can ____ -------.______15c halt) 1kM t (tUI>;aehgera. The uflt' Anna and before leaving had! made glad the "Von will have to shade your price
Salt, box or sack --___,,,..f c Tuna Fish __ __.__20c carried hearts of their a little," the "
Cod Fish ------ Inure than :::,(U) employes with the replied contractor. 1
Halls __ .___ passengers,
_.
-- 10c Imported lentils --........10e but Biiccewlwl In "filthy lucre" got a better bid! from the undertaker."
Kin Noodles ,.___._|0c clerking the rare and
------- Vienna Sausage ......._...10e The specialist( stood pat on his price
FUh Flake -----.----____-I0c Oatmeal lb. ...........____6e priK-cfdiMl t< thowrl'li without fur and his competitor got the job.lA BASSPHONE
Sardinia --- ----__-,......He Mince Meat ----_______-__.10c tln-r aNolhtanop.Fur The want ad'n the thine. \ nrn cnMii1leta! In. Skin. Jinn.. nt.
,
leans, per box ___-__-.__-15
Irish Potatoes, per peck ----____--.______________: ,, t'ntL'nluti:* 'into in i-arrjinu(tltu war the iiomo Anciina fallen wn.re- side.It will pay you to stay on the safe Welt Jefferson Street

Sweet Potatoes, per peck, ----?__?_______________: MTIH| frnni thiN iiiiittry nod mipnlU S. Helen Graves Successor

See our display of vegetable and fruits 'JUT for. Ha frlpn Iinlliiii fri to!uov New Tiiin York''iit. fa Oil Nnplrs out of Shampooing, manicuring, facial and Orlando to

''lIltt In August last hotly mahmiep ncaln .treatment fur Hand) Wood CompanyWood
t year IhoMM Alt.ti
f--- ""a fttllinir hair ulvcn"
under
nlnpHMy' '| | \ dm IlrllNIi mmlrrn Steam
nt ( .d"nIlOr
principal. Laundry
WE GIVE librnl'f .My Irratnirnt'
SAVINGS: CHECKS tar, 1IIII'I\"I' .
).rullr >"TIII/IIU f or same han, ulvrn rnllrrly 1O"II.ru. of All Kind.PROMPT .
=- .... ---- AiiMiliiii wi-iv tai rn .>IT. 'Jury rrtiullM. JMy uprrlnl fnrinl IIIHK- FRENCH DRY CI.EANK-U8:
Lair llliI.t! Niiiuiiu-r llu Aii('.inu Ml s age' hrlnffM Imrk Ihf yuulhful apprar. LAUNDKKKRSPHONE: SHU{ \ ICUIIUtSONUlltU
Our "IIPCM' fur ll/ily,/ with T.l.fXio "tmMi<>,U rat inane of your former self, 'by lrvrlup ; '
Grocery CompanyTwo wlii-fil. :'J:,INN i IMIH of tiny flint Mo 'In if I lie munrlpM of I the furl, nrrk. vtt. 88 PttlCKo
horns. ( for t ihi. linltnn K'MtTnttipnt., On I'rlrr for "*llrhrM uf I the 1 lines qualllx 1-

Phones tine( MUMP/ "",'lIltt' stun. cnrrU-d Sou Hal' on application. Appointment, ) ran, lir ......
3 and hiacli
: 200 Inn In I the Mn-niifp.. who hy phone, 071)) limit from 9'' -
went hack
In 12 a. m.? 1 (10 0 p. m.
'IXK'II)!*>" It WIIM mild. at the time ,
Hint
: 6 and 8 E. Pine t'AItl.llltM1'owell
Orlando, Fla. they York liulldinff
imbwiiy. Room No. I
" It . It I III II II It II II. . . . . . IMMIIMIMMHammond All Her Crew Italians. Orlando Florida

When the Aneona loft New Tork on
her last voriiire from there. Oct IT, INGLENOOK CAKE AND
ale wan In Jlnscardo. All of her officers, engine

& GoreFUNERAL room force and members of the crew Delicious' Candies, Cakes, Sandwiches, f
were Italians, who shipped from Italy. etc.
Next to Gibraltar. Itlzerta Africa Orders taken for parties. "Sturdy as the Oah"
DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal where the survivors were landed is
Located in
of
rear Branch's
Book
probably the best lair in the Jledlter-

rnnenn for U boat to prey on the merchant Store, Arcade Entrance Fours, Sixes and Eights-Speeders, Roadsters and Touring Cars,

Values Low Prices Lylnir ships anti OPl10811e troop the ships southeastern of the alllen. !- $795 to $1570, F. O. B. Factory.

point of Sicily. where the African Phone 5 for In the
Oakland
coast
COMPARE you get power with the added feeling that
swings FISH AND you
out until a channel of scarcely OYSTERS drive the best
looking
car on the road.
200: miles I 111 left The Oakland Northway
between the mainland Fresh
OUR FURNITUREWe nnd the island It offers an ideal Every Day Motor speeds up to 2,500 revolutions per minute, but that is only
scene for submarine operations. THE half the story of the wonderful responsive power of the Oakland
Largely l f'<'RuRe of Its strategic situation WALDECKER FISH CO. Fours, Sixes and Eights. The motor is the most powerful made.
provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted IllriTin: nest to Toulon. is the 206 Hoone Street With its small bore, long stroke and large valves, speed of revolutions

by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If greatest Prerich naval I base on the means a continuous flow of power. It means not only smooth
an article Is here it Is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. ,' Mediterranean. It hue a large: bay.protected going on the level road, but a hill climbing ability unsupassed.
We can't make this point too clear-It is one of the foundation by' Cape Plane, from the
stones of this business and that means much to any buyer. while alumna that blow In from the utrnlt Add To The Appearance
ntollt fifty: miles to the eastward
lie the great Trench commercial port OaklandFours
of TtniK

McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK DREDGES GAINING- ---ON SLIDES. and value of your home by putting

Corner Orange Ate. down good concrete side and Sixes
Church
and Street Orlando J"'lorlda1BBEIIIgJ
,
Hope to Cut Through Gaillart! Slid IH tt niks.

Another Month. are not only powerful, they nre the most
.. Our workmen strikingly handsome
mechanics
w 1'rttgrt" tit Itrt'ttdllit operanons! i. are Jars on the road,
Nit rata rhthln-Itr I the! Pitn-Und t'tIttt1: ) with experience rated Ability
!! ! ;! r I!!!!!!!!!!!!! nt H.itltrthl! Hit hts i tot't'U, !Iii r*aL( .frtcttKt li-tltim; Wtdfttf Lines live tattftl t Wind tteslalrthre

DO YOUR OWN SHOPPING hull HuH\ It l I. hair tittttrtltf 1tt1tt'lt l All wdrk gUnrnhltetl Id bd :2.! -1JMV, CfHltr ht tlhltlt.- with iTsUrtl Knitil t I'fttihiHttf
i\trt tll! I tin
rt ten feel first-class
\ bur. littlilfJ.t. t tart (lc -ti Hirtttieh tin hhd Prtti frtcluryi :tt) =IIH'Ml PUHiL'lh nllli I.I': V ttiIit
t !*llil t li! =lllti 1t|( Fljlilitl| .M Hi II H wit Ii tlttat( ; l'imtr'
tt IH-!I figures
ffO'YWH ((4JhebMC Jlosloty thin lltrileate IHHt' It I, +tf lfttinliH(1aI'tte ) tln uiiHll i fJ i:=tlttlttUttttllit 'tU1l1Fktiutil
??l'S Uf t'UfitlreteWOIIh'S! wurlit
_h .t HlU! (.\t-..$tllh I.1..M(l..I Iritll 1 1nlllhNln I
tiiH f' c VALimfttfYeufMeflf flll'! 'lit ( '1 HiHitH) HH HHFMHMlMh fit HH OiililitiHl lI i IIMIIIM, \ of E HUi HIOIUTYi nil uf wliith( nre!
? usual isFlle tU IIH"$ !tfls.. tIHHII in no fillip t eHFififiT
fIHJ Kid fata! fHIM H 1 Silki< Fnf MfHi'' Wlllllft i,1| fktlltH tHi'Hh: + !''' e4) fltil'' id1N" (" HRlI..'" .''iH () [ } rnN1I1Wr '
Acv QHHF| jtn 4 J Pf!tle)l? ITHIH 26 ,m 1 :00() ) per psir HtK, HlilHU, of'"f l HIlt|( ilF :"le'wt! ,frt 14441''ij' US IIOW YOU=TIIB {Jt\lIl IS IS'1\ ITINi
1H4 i"f t1 a Tf''de' Millki, erdN flY MI Uftat4 'lkeNrhWpghu,41a "MID (II I'M' It-HMd I UCf* f-'llf' flfti") flun f 1tia
LNtlfitn, ) uf (HInut. : 1"11"till' ,fu '14111 pit Mim"fitftnr J.
Lnrrl (Jt 7/pr( tew Yp64 I n4rt,' ;;ri4In..llf ,it ni''II' ,:, 'flur h'f 4 $ of Concrete B. Mafirucler Jr.
'. lion MM I H4.i( (here Ill I ''JrlJlli' ,III ,t) 1'ndNFl ,
If lumiili of, ,ilrt-ili-iii- nlif.nl" '', tgfuru i ,the 07 Long St t I'IIONR.11,
uutirMln,, |i'hone1t o.;
hurt ut Ilia nctU tif laiul,
I
1 I uliUli u :hit fiit uMc uni4 ) fretalnnr --- -- ---- ----- -_. .
tinu.nir. U- 'el.It .
i-1 -I.H. I Its.n. while tie channel Pansy Plants RoseBushes
D I LS A M NT-TiH I M GrCLEAH I I |lrollil'I iHtVli.U.' l> sill |,<- "|1'ull| j- the| inlilJld of The Proper Christmas CardIs
I Hit ciliill I Will not IH 111ti Petunia
TII fPOlJSBJVERYTH I : ; IN G >iiilltx' >ii f-T u'U-fi-ro the fln.t of the ,
lent
PlantsLeave engraved to order for
PREVENYS your personal use.Ve have a beautifulline
RUSriE
ERYWHERE One Was a Sufficiency. of samples and have taken
several orders
during the
'our orders
'
\ ) here past
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< iiiin"iin S1DnDIa'1 bees for J'Jean tb.Old ltctlsbl.. clr e.t:. irc'I I 'tVa'tiliuton week.
laKeseemog home sad oel"'! 011. ; to catch
,
.211 b&r.noa.h. to 011.. "'.trhl hca"UOIIII to 01''. ..... lIIo.er. ll.a.ort clorbit iNiiinil) turnip' lruJtl..1! | from i
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lJu'C.I''r"o 1.'I' n *****M. 1UU-a ywd ut cbcc* clgU .I.Ic.. t aaJ I"h|1'
.. .:I.-4 ,De wtt 'I > Ki.it-.v' 'i.iillliu-| <>n fork IK 11t'1.1I It is a pleasure to show you these beautiful samples even if
Ail D."cllIOOte. a'-latclPlnclltlruatort&naWaoD aU meal llUfacclolAJoora aa I eat. In (hit mouth. Turk knocks out of Violet Dell florist.
I,.... I do not order.
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teeth
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w reps Circ i
809. 409 South Lake 01 THE ARCADE
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FORAGE GROCERY CO. I tUMVAVUfcMstin.! \ t I PHONE dig PHONB !ItJ5"Yancey

I t'bhtth ., film. *!!.-trifcre Kilt
WM6USAU ANb tc fAIL lIt'' tt bb* fcbelnl nt trie! Jchobl libujfe bit

(M 21 l W dhureh! 8t. 'itiMf+dn r llrthrik, Mhffl t tttftlhft; tbttliltlt V '
Telephone! ) I k\W bhS? I* fcbfdlrtllytt: III\Ht:

Week ::1 I hI" !lij 1j+H was .Hrh! sHFNF!\ s!! that: .
Saturday and All Next HUI rntlHHi nRd tiHhlofit( II'q' f H ftiy .

HI? till IfttkHNflHOi i $! ( ftrUl' if (stFF? HFll? Service
and
Mp I ftrpa4. IiHt@ this win N14' !tkAfJ HFFHHrpGehF The Market of Quality

1It:1IJ: ) rf)1() \.\,' MIMI'tir( *, PH PflUml, ,' ,::, , tit Mt tint lit :1fc 1 : FAmmiiiiAn$ tHIl haying
I'f liMUIIUlY l-nUH I } :3I' pwimt tiHflt ? , , ? , , , , , , ,WP() Thu the PAflWa-J'inA P tote
PliWWilM; ( I pwmrt sac , . , ? ? tTTJrfln straw pot An volume of Thanksgiving orders
()
8NMV'r( JIIWHV} . ... WII had hoped fAr a hard surfaced Thanks for the great
()IihI' ( FMIUH I :31| pound l balk: . . , , , tttrt ,']1.00 road which we were promised-: you
WHINES: AND I'lUniBB' per pound: . . Of" ? ?' ?' . .lOc Wood.. much and desires to continue to serve you,
";1'OTATOES' > peck . . . . . . . . . t. . .25c Why not try Brother This ,
SWEET RW" '1'OTATOES.( per lluaM . . . . . . . . . . .85cFUESII talked of sand-asphalt road for
HIIUU'EI EGGS, per dozen . . . . . . . . . . .33cSTIUCTI'Y I would be a very favorable place
FRESH) COUNTRY' EGGS, per dozen . . . . . lOcPUKE I comparison-joining as it would to Complete line of Fresh Vegetables -
. . .:i5c I the brick road at the Conway store '
1IUTTEU IN CUBES, per pound
CIIKAMEKY . . .:UcHEST ) and extending along and through F Fn}l' Sat\lrrlaV'\
1'UIIE; CUEA.MEIIY; (JECUJIA; ; HUTTEH, per pound Pine Castle. There line of care-
to Complete
OLEO MAIUiEUlNE; per pound . . . . . ... . . 22c ;Dike Conway .
BEST CELEHY.' ; per hunch . . . . . . . . . . . . . lOc I is no more beautiful and picturesqueroad the brick
this between
than
JUST RECEIVED: .; .; FUESII SHIPMENT; J.I lImnca u. SNAPPY roads at Conway and Tine Castle. fully selected Florida and Western
ANI CREAM I
KOQUEKFOIIT
PHILADELPHIA( IIIUCK Thanks to the editor of Florida
....,
CHEESE.;
Grower for his nice notice of Conway

section, though he gave us a few
Meat Department more miles of good roads) than wo NeatsSatUlI

TLA. HOUND STEAK, per pound '.' . . . . . ., . . . . .ticFI.A. llOlulell. Perhaps we will get them inthe
) LOIN AND POUTER: HOUSE, per pound . . . . . . 17c near future.
('III1CItOAST) FLOUIDA.! per pound) . . . . . . . . . lOc Mr. A. I). Symund.1 in buying moot of ,
CHUCK STI Ali FLOUIDA, per pound . . . . . ,'.. .12 icFLA. of the fruit in Conway, nnd name
HEEF STEW. 3: pounds! for . . . . . . . . , .r: c I it la very fine. lie is paying good
SAUSAGE MEAT.2 pounds for. . . . . . . . . . .. . .2ie: prices, und with his. two sons and MOM-
FLOUIDA 1'OUK{ HAMS whole, per pound . . . . . . . .1ir: in-liiw is running his packing house S1iecia1S) l Toi'r Call h Onlj y

FLOUIDA PORK CHOPS, per pound . . . . . . . . . .15c very successfully. has returned) aJ
FLOUIDA PORK STEW, per lb. . . . . . . . . . . . .12r) Mrs. J. A. Garrett think. !
WESTERN. POIUCIIOPS., 2 pounds for . . . . . . . . .Ite: ," from'Virginia und is seriously

SLICED HAM. 2 pounds! for . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..Ie;) ing of buying the old home place It Smooth Cayenne Pine Ap-
SLICED HREAKFAST HACON 2 pounds: for. . . . . . . ..Itc: which will be sold in a few days. No. 1 Creamery Butter 38c
boxes . . . . . .33c is a fine homestead of two hundred
HUEAKFAST; BACON 1 pound 7c
SLICED BEST HHEAKFAST HACON IN STRIPS, per pound . . . .2l:.cHOILED I und) fifty acres, large brick house New York Celery bunch JOe pies, per lb. -

HAM, per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33c: orchards, springs, etc. .
ALL POUK SAUSAGE, per pound . . . . . . . . . . tae: The Misses Crawford have will bo purchased Marion Co. Country Eggs Selected Norfolk Oysters,
which ajrreat
SMOKED: COUNTRY SAUSAGE;, per pound . . . . . . 20c I an automobile and
MINCED HAM. per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20c: convenience in travelling schools to where dozen - 35c per qt. 50c

LIENS LIVE. per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20c from their respective per
SPRING CHICKENS per pound . . . . . . . . . . . .23cARMOURS they are teaching. this
STAR HAMS WIOLE.per pound . . . . . . 22c One of the best groves In sec
. . .22cUNWRAPPED tion is that of Col. K. J. I'iat. It hasnever
PREMIUM: HAMS WHOLE, per pound . .
SWIFT'S PICNIC HAMS. WHOLE, per pound . . . 17c been sprayed and the trees are

LARGE: SKINNED IIAMS.11'IIOI.E I :, per pound . . . . . ISc clean\ and healthy. Ills fruit was of Yancey Meat MarketT.

WHITE.: HACON REST CUT per pound . . . . . . . . IficWHITE the best quality and Mr. Symondswns

: ItA(()N. per pound . . . . . . . . . . . lOc much pleased with it.E. Pintt haw
COD( FISH IN HRICKS. 2 for . . . . . . . . . . . .25CHEST Mr. and Mrs. C. the winter sea Jr. Pres. & Gen. Mgr.
SALT MACKEREL.: 3: fur. . . . . . . . . . . . 2Sc;) moved to Orlando for A. Yancey, ,


Multiply the forco of your own peroBimllty DRAM) wnm.ni'K IIOMI riimi 1 son. rrr.Ms: rwm 1 1 TAITTnft I Phone 317 Phone 135

\ and 1 Increnw the flTlclency of iun.fi HIM *"
your business, organization by rrad- 1 lu., Nov. 21.-J. II. flutes "Catering to Particular People"
tag and using Bentlnel t'll\lIlIlnfrll. New York.-Jlrnnd Whltlock Amer- anti wife arrived from Keene Valley,

ican mlnlittr to Helplum, and tilt!!. N. Y.. Saturday where they have been CHECKS. ASK FOR THEM
upending the summer and are comfortably WE GIVE SAVINGS
the "free gnsoilne'plntfurnt
A candidate on Whlllock were met by a delegation settled. In their home on I'nliil
Mould sweep the country in from Toledo Ohio, (tended by ChiulesMi nvtnue for the winter. 1\1\ r, I Mslw! I li
luirt. Mllroy, runj-tir-flect, when they that Inn _- -
busy tlenritig tijt the debris --- --- ----- -- --
Irthded here lodrtjr fhotti the dtenhierityntinhi. ,itrtumultiltil In hU nWhee. -- - -- - -----I--bf fth-. nttft. Mhd the t'nllforhlrtIrl I@tlhttlbutbt5 fceht! to UK.
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ttt
Mh Whltlock said that ht- his Inttltniitd heat her, bulldltald \ puttee! bf the! itirtllfer H I i quit*! ntrppt 2I
lie ,, III when he Imrthled the, Mh Ji KeUstet! U t hating Mh II. it, Child trttrnnctt.l. titi-lrlMhi '! I bullJln I ft. sheAtknhsit Hf "ftbrklHtf$ ihtlttIFaa'
thin
Specials for Saturday thuuah iraa glutted| ntn! fthcttl* \t- tut' Etlst unlIou. has bit tttlltt I hole"' t I'Ut' thing
nt Itottetiltihi, he! fell mush: Itn-I Win prop MttHlrtYI "' hi UshMI h IItM.-1
MI'' HtH't! Ililh! nhtl btlHli l lhbtli J !!, JirtfHf (he fnuhly I I fHr thOU, Is rHlrtthty

ah1.1dnthay I+FtlIFd.Mh \VMHbtk Hhtl liU ttlft' Ftitert i t'rtHIII I rllllUrtUtiH"' ant) f rblmliljf: Ii. t'brMH! nhtl tt: AiIfltlhty. lnfpklhs wFleelsFHthttg I I --- --- --- 'l ttH"ItI( f..l....uht. -, -
llflnhddlsi ., ---
r aza: : In rl|+stttl| 'I ltnttk*Pitlh tiny Itt-t abetwill will' Itlilltl fbF h l IIHlttlll: !I Ih..lf.' AtUlti IH ill I'H'W IIIHMAIIi I IIAIi \\ hll.ltilUN. PIIIHIIIMIWftFlJl
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HI I'HHIl.U. )M pant. IfiN( HIUl) ar I llltlH! ''Ib! rli| KHM for ---- - --n:-:-:-@hti \ Nil\ II t : :HlilihF. W tH( tAVM Ui| tilit tl'l' Mt t )IJHllMt ef, hHHllt) MfHliLH( l Is lvUHintf nts4 trHIlMIthiitMH\ : itRHHt $ Otishap. I Fflfnti\tlVi, \ l tWft ithunt Itt Ir WAH4I1r'I IN, Whiitmmh fir ItitH""' Itfj dead fA1' tlawinp
ftHtw\ H 'fe
JHHF FBlnmn pi'
In
lire I" \ f
beU trip I '
fur ---- ltlHK\ 1404 Mrs M rltmn
\It\ win THWfltrt\ HMHJ' ---- tiS:1I in Ihl.iHm. 4161"iR.. Gift Wr with\ Mfi \ : 'wit "t-q, it !t4j:1Atln": 1ft I.edgerwnud'solfice
train to V1ar14ut
f'H\IIII..r' \ ) tllI.1 I1tHIIII$ fHf -------\ \ 1\h1! \ lip wt,, herd fhhftf to t Fect 14144to t Im4 'WiI\! I tl4f fur$ the winter wn4 wurk\ bHilding being AniitTHI= I winter sent "I A picture 1 = Andbeautiful \ here today Whi :n n t (11 **MIP '
((1i\lirAfIII4\ )IIt11jhtt! :) ; ApFlsuis!, viit M* mother. : 'nd declined tt in the null The pew anchored! and Bearing Amp1j1. I J1wlli1 company story pf their f\fi} come fellow have killed the l lawyer firt, and

fears and Asp HIIJfJ.UI, per for pun-POn--Wte diec0es any incidents. pr phases pf the The partnership! pf Adorns r4dPartman fare tion\\ Mr.| RUk is i anxious ta move with "n lat.. and who wants pt ,then himself! ,
84 pounds beet patent Floor U dissolved, Mr. Adam! re sutTi- The Pallas man was indicted recently
is ,
block ponI
emit",..,,. ."g. r per pound -7e Wl4r.l'hll Bynd m passed three floating tiring. Mr. Gartman will continue to here u soon as his I have ft nation wide reputation for fraudulent use pf the mails
______________-60! from Jtot- ciently= finished to occupy I tribute almost two page on preparedness
sailing
Apples, per peck mines shortly after run the mill We hope you have your turkey en- ; a boat company asked ua in connection with a bankruptcy case
Washing
0 I packages Powder any for kind________________25c terdam. out the vessel ran into fieo. pennison and wife and Mr&. : gaged for Thanksgiving We are not ;to mention their palatial boats to, of strawing the road
first who have work
day
__35e The Pennjson's father, Mr. Free, envious, but we must be contest with Jacksonville; the great governmentof The
Irish and Sweet Potatoes, peck a terrific storm which swept away the been spending the summer in north- codfish. Such is life! ours wanted us to advise people to I from, here to Clarcona has been com
puck, O'Meal, Qraham, Rye and two large electric signs which gave returned to Taft Monday I early pleted. This is good news to thoM
t _____5c ern Indiana mail their Christmas packages ;
White Wheat pound and hailing port.A it
for
per
the vessel's name life. cit- 'who have to travel this way
to enjoy in matter;
three fairs sent press ;
Tomato Catsup 25c size bottle 20c of the bridge also was car- WIPE OUT FRISCO FAIR \ I the strips of
far of poorest
portion Rev. R. J. Brewer has so recovered I contributed to the mail has been one
___ canker
______ 25c rus
3:I cans small peas for ried away and several life boats were from sickness that he was ableto \ well as the experimental station |:road in this section. Men: are now at
bag as
The beginning
i smashed. It is San Francisco, Cal.- the road from Fuller's
here Sunday. work on
Honest Weights and Measures fill his pulpit at Gainesville, and a woman'ssuffrage
simply an impossibility for anyone 'of the end of the Panama-Pacific exposition -:I league at New Orleans. ',Spring to Clarcona. This puts Clar
APPLESCar of time if j has been reached, it was an- I to, and in direct communication -
UED ,
to be sick for any length This is written to show our read- cona very near
reside in Taft. As Ex-President :nouriced today by the action of fair edit the with the Central Florida
they it would be to
Cash Grocery Co. load of Idaho apples at foot of W. II. Taft said in his letter, the \officals in inviting bids on all the ers Sun how if we easy printed all the stuff our Highway. Apopka News.

I Telephone 648 7 E. Church St. I Church street, on A. C. L. track. I"Fountain of Youth" must be located [main exhibits palaces, except the pal-

Come and see them. ll-24-3t



Phone 80 The pa.rlor :]:LVLa.rketI Phone 610





I TURKEY HAS BEEN SLATJ&HTERED]





And his bones are picked. We thank you for the greatest Thanksgiving trade we ever the had.

in

NOW what do you want from Self's today? We have most anything you want wa


of Roasts, Steaks and Chops: Oysters, Cheese and Pickles. ."., .





:I-Ill: :: ::M. Self & COrn.pao.y: :



"The Cleanest Market In the World"



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ii One Day UAIT.Sl'or .......7i1 SENTINEL WANT ADS ARE READ BY 10.000 PEOPLE I I for One i, IIgIII'Month HAILSor I: -f,3u:

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FOU RENT-: good ten room unfurnished -
house, with modern conveniences H R. BERRY

and well ,ventilated; just the
1 II I II thing for a boarding. house; located in
I a prosperous, growing town. Applyto
W. L. Story, Wnter Garden, Fla. r r '
A complete line of Ford Acces- !
D-30-tfc.! _

I FOR RL.XT; -Nicely furnished- rooms, r I sories ; a staff of expert mechanics -j

i in new, modern home; onehalfblock FOR SALEA
to render satisfaction in all'
Ii
i from Anderson street, near St. I i i
Luke's hospital. Reasonable rates for
Just lines of Automobile Repair ,
the season. 406 Margaret street. i

} h tO-29-tf iI j Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and ,

Real Estate t fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on
FOR RENT- Furnished pleasant Gasoline, and fair and square ,
suite of light housekeeping rooms,
N on first floor; bath in connection; elec- prices. ,! S. West St. $2300.C. .

tric lights and telephone; garage if BIG BARGAIN IN CORNER : I
desired; private family. 312 North PROPERTY.
main street. 11-2-lmo* RESIDENCE
1 OWNEltO.RESIDENT, For Nine YearsWe

AND MUST: SELL IN 15
: FOR RENT-By the season, month
-- or year, one upstairs flat for light DAYS. WILL PRODUCE have been in business at the
FOR SALE I housekeeping; also other rooms and NET INCOME OF 10 PER A. HOVEY
I garage, electric lights and bath in CENT. same location, Corner of South
FOR SALE OU KENT-By owner anew houseApply 300 East Conc> rd ave. located of
corner
This
J i property
modern bungalow with six 9-10-tfc Main and Church Streets. I
large rooms hall bath and with every Magnolia and Concord Avenue. Rightin I

convenience to make a desirable home; FOR RENT-Rooms; large, airy up- the center of the finest residential I Phone 226Orlando's
rice lot; desirable location near Lake stairs bed room recently papered, section of Orlando. Lot 85x90: ; residence -
Cherokee; price reasonable; house nicely furnished twin iron beds. ; convenient built one year, and containstwo Leading Repair Shop
will be completed latter part of No- tpilet and bath. Also kitchenette I "
of four rooms each; and Garage
ember. Also have a six room cot- and life! of dining room. Nice- apartments
tage and a smaller hun a'o1with Iv located. Reasonable rates. Address modern in every respect. Owner has
and terms to suit purchaser. I "landlord," rate of the Sentinel. to sell for $1,250. Terms
agreed
I leave also several furnished rooms for 11-10-lmoc balance in 3 I L 11 I11JC'1: I . 'I l li-* and l lCcnirnt ShinA'lc&+
lent. Address Kentucky Home, 511 $1,000 cash, years.

Palmer stteet, Orlando. I'hone 080. Foil tttN'r-An apartment of four This is undoubtedly the best. buy

11 12 Imo_ _| I nicely furnished!" looms, separate in Orlando today. For full particulars
path, hot water, electric I lights, g:tll I see the exclusive acent:
A fJ.: UU UAHOAlNtth I new house! tH)' .de!:irahlei 1 al tilts U ltH't! !,HA .Al lit A
arre! young! grnt.en-uit\ gHtre, only. nut Magnolia\ ntp li-ln-tfc Avenue_
ill South: Orange
,two and A Imir ill I.eat ng hew four
I Hunt HiUrtHe! and l-alh jtltlttjte, rhiek-! 1 1tjNt: -trtrftPi. Hea!:itht tuutntt 11-21-121 j !
t-H HnU flH'l |IMU M tint! ttii e! hum I IHl 'I two \Mmta+ t ftt'ltl !J"I" ;! llnikibt I i +ttltlIf ,

1I1.\H:!t5 ', hit, }..tI..k +ttlillii I' \ 11t'IIt-tti |ItHYith tIHtIlt! : uUFelly : IJI.! .. () lILAN1)()
U\'rd\ i lI l at I IIUX I !oIlHt: I-IIH'!! 'I 1 l\\0\ I Hilt O*I =IHllji1i!: : i\lJI!:
i It 1:1i-Hutt I! 1 I t - ---- -- --- -- -- -
I FUJI' } "HjINr.hllHl-llw IMMWV ? fnFItp 'It RIS 'Iwo tll411all4 I + f/lF !I'IIII: it'lit. t
Wit"1:1.$ l : .\I-:} 11"l'ts troutt\ ale ;7tI '' hut III"ij" ," 1\: \" IIII'ILII1I4' I .. ttt uttt'! iH P h'+uMtia "'1I11t 1"fllll Plaster nnd Lime
Aniline
J mil$; 'k<"WII'II'' iW.HIitF\ (\ J'f\\ 11 tJllt4 1 ; \ !11''t nlltl'UlM' Intalt,..lflte= t'I'' IV 4'n I +F ftuitt filHfI fit-I, wltlt I f't 1lutdhof i
WI'I' dell Mtiwitl+ !* ..f f t1PalFfd t'IliH+ J. TtimMMy, M\ \' etnifiFa\ \ = ,1111"11: II I ibi frtf. I imnjWr inn 1I lClI'J"i4t"nlH1tI -- -
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(fCIWl .it, t+i4Hn 4< PIICtI MI HIP uwPejItee4 only H-.I-tit': It: *t.an: ; |.I vjnir !tHo {ami A nUl- ------ ---- -- -- ---,-,,'.
e Hilt !iwunny. 1 1n'14iru; at n L.: light | Ilhl!)' beet iun pf kicnd.M| | '' homes, t ;:=;:-t ": ":=
t h4nh ..trket. JlHiO-In\\* rnn m NTIiLliljlll:' "t new with KrumJ ot04)14\ ) awtiing: the
J : : ., with nil conveniences btrttU.
fitt( s..U.J-Mf"ldei:; 27 Wulckj; food. ; peasant neighborhood! ; The modern 2 story house has on
condition. Write MOX 66?, near t t ola park; a sunny, "homey' I first floor: parlor( living room, dining
r\\23-tfc place: 4 1-2 "blocks from postolfice. room, kitchen, pantry, toilet and lavatory
307 East: Pine street.: 1-21-61 large living porch on the front

SALE Dwelling, six rooms and side, latticed rear {torch.
FOR
practically new nice condition with WANTED I I On the second floor are :3 large You U WILL HAVE MUCH F FOR

lawn bearing citrus fruit trees, roses sleeping rooms, each having enameled
wind shrubbery; near Lake Eola; very WANTED-Work in livery barns, or lavatories, piped for hot and cold
desirable location. $4,000 terms. as teamster, by a man who has had I, water. There is also an extra large
\ddress "Owner" Box 33. Orlando, experience with horses. Will take screened-in sleeping porch, with room
rla. 11-16-lmoc any kind of work. Richard Burton enough for the whole family. The 1
General Delivery, city ll-25-3t II bath room is large, light, and airy,
lon; SALE-10 acres, on brick highway nice.enameled: fixtures, all modern and WHICH\ TO BE THANKFUL j
; 7 room house barn and gar. WANTED TO BUY fresh cow, giving sanitary.
1 Give descrip- The house is newly painted and! papered
; 7 1-2 acres cleared; acre young 3 to 4 gallons daily. .
{Jlte ; irrigating plant. $1,000 quick tion and! price. C.o'. Ward Winter throughout shades are hung it II
aalt Carl Dann. 11-24-610 1'ark. ll-24-3t is wired for electric lights, fixtures
? installed, also connected with gas. In I
1'OR SALE OR RENT-One story W ANTE -To list all kinds of prop fact you will find every convenience Thanksgiving Day will be a day of real joy and thanksgiving for Mother, too, if a Gas
bungalow fine lake view, all kinds erty for sale or rent. I am having necessary for home comfort. If you
citrus fruit, large garage best part manp applications for houses, fur do not care to use the entire house" Range cooks your dinner. The modern mother knows that gas cookery has done away
of city; best bargain in town. Ad. nished and unfurnished I will be the location so near the "Wyoming,
dress 702 Broadway. ll-2t-fit glad to list what you have. Mrs insures rentals of spare Moms At. with the unnecessary, complexion-rulnirnr heat of the coal or wood range.
II. B. !Leake 45 East: line street extra good prices. Always in demand
fc'OR ALT mNT-Nlro home. Phone 17D.\ 10-8-dw.Imo : or If you care to rent the en.
\ furnished, ten rooms, bath sleepingnorchj tire house und occupy during the
well located; only two blocks LOST tourist pennon the ::1 room cottage on ,
from business center; desirable neighUrhootl. I. tho prfmlNf In the rear you would' If You Cook On A Gas Rangeyou
Apply 1'" (". IlUkh.ll. I.OS1'-A cameo culT button Return (derive rental by which the property
.tfc IWnl J.h could 1'0 mails to pay Itself out
to K.I: C.: Moore, nt Trlegrnj chicken
1t.:r.:1te: Therw U a garage, burn, mid
FOR SAM!-One new ISMO/ touring company house, rtr. Fruits of \'"rlllll"kin"
windshield I\nllIu"JI". faced) watch *, everything right up to how and MONEY because U tho fuel. TIME
car body, top LOST Small open on Nave more than your personal appearance. : you save gal cheap
A Imrgnln./ Act quick. Ford inrnire: pin between Mike Lucerne and the just n little above the .ordinary In
South Orange avenue. 11-13-tfc .. B. L. many ways.It reaches the hint" in few minutes there and doesn't die
20'J: Empire: } hotel Monogram on docs not require much ready you nave because a gas range "right a stays !
bnck. Return to Orlando Hank and
SALE-FOR RENT-Houses, Trust Co and receive reward. money[ ; n small cash will payment fromreIlJmnlI.le the out at the critical moment. LABOR you cave because! simply turning on the gas starts the fire and
Also secure
furnished and unfurnished. 11-3-tfc parties

some splendid lots. Call and see whatI property.The A at keeps it lit WORRY and UNCERTAINTY you save because! you can rely on the gas range to keep I
have to offer before you buy or price is i rt,300. bargain
B. Leake. 45 East 1'ini MISCELLANEOUS that figure. ..
rent. Mrs. II.
a constant heat and produce inviriably good bakings.!
street or 312 Broadway. Phone 17l> K. C. .OtJXf.
10-8-dw.lmo PAI'ER HANGING REAL; ESTATE,
For $7.004I will paper any ordinary Room 10. McNeill & Davis Itlock.

FOR( SALE AT BARGAIN size room. Over 500 selections to 10-24-tfc Come in and investigate
Or will rent completely furnished. choose from. I do painting also at
new modern and attractive home reduced prices. Phone 201, or dropme : ORLANDO. IS FAST PROVING
pretty lawn and shrubbery, near Lake a postal and I will do the rest. I I
Eola; two stories, five rooms, bath, G. C. Schultz, Box 383, Orlando. j i ITS NAME"CityBeautiful": I I
screened sleeping porch and summer 1-10-31-lmo ,
Address Box -- -- --
dining room. Owner
397, or call at 312 Broadway. GEO. T. HULL CO. :
11-10-dw-tf Phone 10.1.: Hock Bldg.. .Room 3. ; ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
Call and see us if interested in real I !
SELECT NURSERY STOCKSourorange estate. Buy, sell or exchange prop-- There have been over 10 miles of
and grapefruit seedlings. erty. Rentals carefully attended to.: ;; brick streets put down within the : GAS DEPARTMENT

Apply at T. Mahby's, Hiawassi, or 11-9-I moc I city limits in the past year, bordered !
by mail to C. Victoreen, star route. ;
11-13.12t. WILL EXCHANGE desirable building on each side by concrete side walks,
lots, east side, as equity on' which will be completed this winter. ,
FOR SALE, OR TRADE for good small; cottage. Call 34 Church street. Beautiful homes demand beautiful 1!

automobile, 10 acre tract, 7 acres 11-23-Ctc __ ; sidewalks and streets, and it takes --, -
II
cleared and under fence fruit trees, 5
room house irrigating plant, barn and AT CHRISTMAS you will be proudto all three to make a beautiful city.If - ----- -- --
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garage road. Address C miles"Trade from ,"city care on of brick the Evans give. No. photographs 102 North Main! if, one made block at ,I put down a good in front sidewalk of your has place not been you : .. MMMM'', MMMMMMMK. . MMM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MM

Orlando Fla. 11-18-lmoc north of court house. Make the ap-
Sentinel
--- pointment now. Phone 123.; : are not doing your part to make the

FOR RALE-A good five room house, 11-23-lmoc: I city beautiful.
..
in good location;
tn fine condition I
hot and cold water; three lots; a bargain BRING: YOUR CHILD-I am preparing -11 -
for quick tu>'er. Call nt the n great display of children's I
Kumtnerlin. 11-20-tfc photos for the fair. Want every Call theORLANDO
-- I chiM. No cost to >'ou. Every; child { ( COXntKTK: : SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES[

I" 'I 11! \I 1.1' Fine middle horso.' cheap.' eight years! n.luII.It'r. "t'J'nlht'IIII1t.lefrf' !
.
......- lii.., L. Jiles.; 112.1 f (, '' on Wednesday' and Saturdavslloward's : WORKS
I Studio. l-ll-li'-tf
and get figures on nil classes/ of concrete '
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FOR UKNT -- -- --- OCOEE FLORIDA
l"I"tUI: > AVU 1 NfLLKliS> : : work. ,

I'"''II lir.NT::. __ Attfncllve b""ltie ssU.
,. '"ft, !4pp II, H. llerry, Itt the Foul I buy, tell!' rent and eii'linhee' rr J 1'liotu111.' .'. KM Long! ; St.. i
IIs.Itp 11-I IIfl estate' Have 1"11I,1,1, | Ortnnd-i, Kin ,
... -- --- n V T :flut'nr.. Have hltllltl",1| .vef .
M'l' .IIII I, KISIM'.IIUAIJTI'.N; |.rlm" ry $2nnununu, (',,11]) hllll tee ".'I'. Best and Promptest """"' = --------

',".in 1"1 I t Met httttlat! fhurfhi ;PIP! = I 111,1'' :1": ,, 1'.1" .Kwmi.: , ,, All the leading varieties of Orange and Grape
.ph.atp 4UI I, ..r full, 14 i;ItH Jn'"'''>ii -- =- == Auto Livery
street 1Pu4faFitt :: Uml.III .......v".1 ,an.l, rrpalreI,
__ ___ n "whfa you wait," Vttuntf'ii' Repair Service fruit Trees in fine condition at the very lowest

HUNTUNT: I Ur,,"p 1,1JItIil\ht furut5hed Ship| :51 K:. .lln gt, .
l nwnits, "'itlI'riv"t" family, prIces :: ,. :: ::
"liItJ tH, ||rt Nurth iirungu avenue,
NOTARY PUBLIC, with Ii 'al.! I make ,
< "
11 :;II :Jwk.J .7FiiU 5-PASSENCER[ I
a *|I' "laity uf deed, mortgages, I
: RENT-FurnUhed! room with leases, contracts, etc. Price very rea-
Millie bed, at a moderate price. sonable. Mrs.I H. B. Leake.! ;; East:
fill:. Kaat; Central avenue 11- 3-t.it. Pine street. Phone 179.: 11-9-lmoc CAR
---- BUICK

FOR: nE -I.arge two story furnished You'll hear a man say "No. itJoesn't ,
dwelling, modern conveniences pay me to advertise, as it appeals -
two sleeping porches two to too small a class of people." Send today for Catalog escription List and lowest : :
And when the loses ,
blocks from postotfire, corner Jackson yet same man We call anywhere at any time ; ;
I his bunch of keys he rushes to the
and West streets. Jas. A. Knox.
the above address
newspaper with a "Lost" ad although prices to
11-24-tf
- I he knows that in the whole I ,
-
--
Gorda n's Transfer Co
:FOR RENT-Four room cottage, with wide world there is only one person
,
bath; front and back porches; with- I who can possibly be influenced by his
"Lost" ad. Contradictory, isn't it?
blocks of business of
in two part 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487
Apply 204 West South street
. c or town.phone 488. 1t-2l-3t Advetrtise in the Sentinel. HAULING OF ALL KINDS i 11111111111111II11 i 1111 M 1111 J 111111 1111111III M.111M1111IM Ml 11 i i M C 11 i 111?



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LOCAL AND PERSONAL I IMQMIMMIMMHI! MMMM >HMM


Mayor A. E. Boyce and Mr. Ceo.
Demming of Taft were in Orlando
yesterday on business missions.


Messrs. E. E. Bradley of Madison
.' ,
r-
u.; P and B. R. Wilkovski. of Jacksonville

: ; ; ness were missions.in Orlando yesterday on busi- .r f .


} ; j The Ragsdale Orchestra will play

5: y If_ another concert at the Lucerne for
Pharmacy today from 2:30 to 5:30. Prepare

: To Our Friends I 1-11-27-lt j

Mrs. L. S. Barnes and Mrs. W. D. +
Yonally of Winter Haven: have been
visiting Mrs. J. M. Pedrick at her
ai l_ home, 414 South West street. OFLIFE"By

IE: Thanksgiving brings forcibly to the a:

mind of the Officers of this Institution Mr. and Mrs. John Pierce of Fer-
nandina, are in Orlando today. Theyare
that the marked success we enjoy is largely ,
making a tour of Florida and will
I l due to the confidence reposed in us by 1;:_ make their next sojourn at Barton.

our customers. 4 saving a definite
;; We would indeed be very unappreciative fly: Wanted, to buy fresh cow, giving F
3 toI gallons daily. Give descriptionand
did we not avail ourselves of this oppor- price. C. F. Ward Winter Park. amount each week. We
:
'E'
tunity to thank you, and to express our Ml-24-3tc have several plans. Letus

appreciation of your valued patronage. if=; Miss Blanche McCamy, who has

been spending several weeks in Jacksonville explain them
= II returned to Orlando yester-
THE day afternoon on the Tampa Special.

!_ STATE BANK -r Rev. E. A. Potts left yesterday for -

:r" "5 St. Petersburg to join Mrs. Potts and ..
'; OF _ry son, Joseph. The family contem- ,

ORLANDOMaxwell } plate shine spending City. the winter in the Sun- The Peoples National Bank"It


..Jiwlijc' ! I I' Is A Pleasure To Serve You"
RIDE in Ham rick's Jitney Bus one ;
hour 12 miles for 30c. 8-28-tfc' *
4
yz Mr. N. M. Cogswell, one of Clar- '
cona's well known citizens, was''
among the business transactors vis- ,

'-c' ; "i f !{t day.iting the county metropolis yester- '


= Miss Kate Williams arrived in Orlando
yesterday afternoon from Lakeland
to visit her sister, Mrs. R. P.
Johns at her home, 315 West Central e
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avenue.

. .
Savings checks are good as gold. 11111.11.1.1.11111111111111.1111111.1111811111111..I.
Ask for them whenever you buy any-
thing! 11-11-tf

At a bargain. $200. Come quick.
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Throop have
arrived in Orlando from Nashville
..... -. "...
Tenn., to spend the winter. They --
: have rented the Potts' residence, 114

Haynes-Hupmobile Salesroom East Jackson street. JUST RECEIVEDSome f \ \

...
Mr. and Mrs. J. Westancy, of Jer
sey City, who have been spending
of those reliable STUDEBAKERS 40 Horse
several days in Orlando visiting nearby ,
.
towns, left yesterday afternoon
over the Atlantic Coast Line fot Power Touring Cars

Tampa,

(Hide llanirlck'8-jitney burn, & t Idar'' -tf'

-
Mr. and MM, t L, IiI. ttlnRhflht tthd
children! Hubert( and Tlioiiu\ !, ate
here hum Jfttktonville! vi+!lifin' MFC
llihKhttin'M.. mulher, Mr, V. It, Chap*
avenue imn\, $Ml her hemp w NnFlh (Orange. San Juan Garage Company


New Ford Home -
Fish and lit'u received daily
H, U, deft: & Utj, 'M0fl-t/o Orlando-Daytona

Now Open '
Mr. Victor Gentile one of the large
est and most successful horticulture
209.11 South Orange Avenue
lets in South Florida, came up from
Telephone 386 Bowling Green Thursday to spend
s
Thanksgiving with his brother, Mr.
Lawrence Gentile.
18-New 1916Fords I 11111111111111.11.11111111..1.111.11111111111111111,1..1... 11.1..1. . .
Savings checks are accepted as cash ,
in the savings department of the

on the road. Place your order now, Peoples National Bank. 11-11-tf illlllillMllllilMIIIMIIIIIIMIIMMMMIMilMIIIIIIIIIIMMinilMMM .....

and avoid disappointment. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Rose and
daughters Misses Edith and Edna Who Will Be Your Executor?
"Make this Ford Home Your Ford Home." left yesterday afternoon for Tampa
where they expect to make their
F. G. RUSH home. They have a host of friends in ANSWER NO. 2
Orlando, all of whom regretted to
Your estate may be materially Impaired as a
see them leave. direct result of the appointment of an executor I, :, 4 .

or trustee. J '- k-i y ti
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus. Be ; ifs F ;
18-18-tf When an individual is appointed i ;.. .
.
- -- -- --- - --- The financial responsibility is generally weaker.It .
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIThe Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Eames of
Tallahassee were among the Flori- is usually provided in wills that the person .f--'." -":
I' t; "
dians registering at the San Juan nominated to serve as executor shall be excused :
1 .
hotel yesterday. :\lr.1 Eames is the from giving bonds. .
}
Right GiftIt efficient secretary to the Florida railroad When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the ex j
r
commissioners and .was here pense of the estate, and then only partial secu "4 }
with them yesterday, hearing the tel- -
matters. city against loss is provided.
is such an easy matter to choose the right gift at ephone When a Trust Company is selected -

this store-particularly if you shop early. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Crevlinjr, of The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility
Right now is the best time of all-the stocks are com Philadelphia, Pa., returned to Orlando i is secured. 1

plete, the new things are in, we have time to give you the yesterday afternoon on the Tampa A bond which hat behind it the entire financial ;
service we like to, and you can chose unhurridly. Special to spend another winter here. strength of the Institution i I. always filed with
There's n lot of comfort in choosing leisurely-there's They are welt known winter visitor!\ the Probate Court .t en snit to the estate. 4.
and will make their home at Bola:
satisfaction and there's profit.) You can choose the right Cottage. This i 18 their first visit in Answer No. :3 I will appear in a subsequent issue

gift for each one and right now when you have the pick three year and Mr. Cm-ling! pail l of this newspaper. .;a Iw i +k,
I Ia Iw
of the stock you can frequently save money. they were glad to to back once mere II I

Tho" first gifts to go are the most attractive, medium in this delightful climate. ; I Come In any time and freely ask for further t l )
priced ones. information on this vitally important subject.
HOSE UUSIIKS You are always welcome, and our oflki' are always
glad to advise.
Ready to plant. Call phone 609,
408 Lake street. Violet Oell Florists

J....M...Caruthers.. -- l Ml.23.Gtc- The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

T.D.EVANS DoctorsBiickinasliT

&:: Bruiidagc Orlando, Florida


JEWELER Personal instruction OSTEOPATHS under n,. Still Capital Surplus and Profits $141,000.00I

at KirkirUle, Mo.
.f f 132 B. Orange Ate., above People*
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Pf.fI National Bank. rhone &1''" ... .... ... ... ,. ... .. .... ....... ...... .. .. . .. ..,..... .. ....... ..



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