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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 28, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID00573
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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LAWMAKERS RELATIONS\ CONGRESS WILL THINK ME TRADE SETTLED ENTIRE FAMILY IS'I ; $17,000 DIAMOND THEFT I ALABAMA DEPUTY IS SHOl T ADEQUATE NAV ALDEFENSE


", AT NEW YORK YESTERDAY FROM
AMBUSH BY

ASKS CONVOY FOR THE E WINNEBAGO MURDERED IN

NiW,; 10IIK, NOV. 2*_JN .MIIUVJIII( ; Illilli; ; .ntOM 1,0HAMiKUW UNKNOWN IS

''IICU\U) U'IIfUIl'(( ( 11110'\/) "), I / A IT.W. It\) \'" AJO( ,
President of Hlrnm,,", Company .
lilp WAY TODAY>> A IMIIINtt( 1(011'( ) WAK ON TUB WAY 'HI) 'IIII'! --
TrlftfnipliN... Hlnlf Pt-pL GOLD BLOOD 11Im: \' NI' '1"IINIJ TIM l; TIIIHK 1'IIAHH NATIONAL HANK
17,000 (fiKADV) (!H\NiiU( ; 111.1.1:11IMOS'I' ; ) PLANNED
IN DIAMOND)*' WAN'" WIIKN'IIIKIIANIMMII'' '
but I I4tn ..I"JC'MlI""r, N'llllllilt ,\
('O( INSTANTLY
IMMHIIIU; ) IN Hllllir OKnt'MMiiiM HAD WAH HNAit'limi'

Dcla) >'N Action MICH( FARMER AND FAMILYDISCOVERED .;: ) or I'KHHONM.; l'IWM 111M (ON) WAI.LHIKKIirJIKIWIXN ;. nOTIIAN( ALA. -

HKNJAMIN; "rOKHH( ; A DM ; ; IIHOADWAY) ) NATL' :
AMI) SKCimiTY
( ; I LCAUUE(;
Washington Nov MUUDKKED) ; )
:27 -Trent( this MOM) HI'KCULATOli; WHO( NASSAU 8TKKKT.. ; .Police llcllevr hind Tlia-r"
aln Will be threatened with relllllll-! IN DESERTED; HOME I Who Had (OPENS/ .: CAMPAIGN(; FOlt
liven
tory embargo legislation: if she does - Unearthedby DEFENSES"

hot discontinue her interference with House Leader Army Sheriff's Forces Com -

American shipping, according.( to repreMntatlves BODIES UNDISCOVEREOTHREE DAYS S Beats milled Deed HAS VERY THOROUGH ORANIIATION

and senators who were

preparing for the opening of congress Thought That the Crime Was Fight Coming Navy 14 To 0 Dothan, Ala., Nov. 27.-Deputy
in December. Sheriff
Grady
Granger
was hot from Every State in Union Will lie
4 Six members of congress declared Committed by Polish Work* his motorcycle from ambush tonight

that a widespread! plan is under way man Who Later REPRESENTATIVE KITCHIN i PRESIDENT AND FIANCE by an unknown party and almost instantly Reached by the New Exponents

among Jaw makers, principally those OF N. C., SLATED FOR WATCHED SPECTACULAR killed. of National

from the South, to bring up the foreign Suicided LEADER OF HOUSE, OI. f;SAME NAVY ELEVEN. The tragedy occurred in the southwestern PreparednessChicago

trade situation as soon as possible POSES PRESIDENTS part of the city and police
after congress convenes. New York, Nov. 27.-The entire PREPAREDNESS OUTCLASSED ALL THEWAY. believe that the deed was committed -
family of Samuel Weitzman PLAN. Nov. 27.-The most thoroughly
The state department today received wealthy by some blind tiger operator whom
farmer living three miles out of New the sheriff's organized campaign ever
a telegram, from the president forces have been
r of the American Trans-Atlantic Brunswick, N. J., was discovered Washington, Nov. 27.-Representative Polo Grounds, New York, Nov. 27. ning down. run waged: in the United States was today
murdered today. Kitchin, of North Carolina, who -The Army eleven scored an launched at the Hotel LaSalle in the
Steamship easy
company asking that the
t government furnish a to the Those who lost their lives are was selected by a Democratic caucus 14 to 0 victory over the Navy here CURTAIN DRAWN interests of adequate naval defenses.

steamer Winnebago: of convoy that line Weitrman, his wife, and son-in-law, last winter for leader of the house of this afternoon in the presence of 41,- Every state in the Union, every

which is held up at Buenos Ayres David Kigner and his wife, and a the next congress, today declared his 000 persons, which included the president With the Orlando high Pchool-St.: shade of political opinion, every religion -
Hungarian intention of asking a congressional and was represented by the delegates
with, workman.A thousands of other distinguished
a for New York Augustine football I
cargo
frame Friday, i in
No adlon.witt be taken Until Secretary Polish workman believed to be investigation into" the "whole question representative' of the government which O. 11. !8. was defeated 15 to 0, who of participated in the opening
of session the
the preparedness. contention of the Natiohat -
murderer was found dead in bed the -
Lansing returns from New curtain was drawn on the local 1
York With a revolver clasped in his hand "I think the inquiry should: be madeto The NftVv eleven Was outclassed ttil Security League.
fcBd&nH. t-Dtttltltt\ Hf itta____ ___,._ .
fe0donHafe
I find but who behind -- u ..ltr tl'ltl'hlhit detehafl hlAttli .... .
is alt
The bodies had lain the of this from start to finish. Ha .nm.:
----- & - in... deserted- line! Was as follows* gahford U, U. It. S. mended by t'tikhdr; ';ItdW;
propagahda he e
AtYKNtlON rlttttt nouee since last iuesuuy, flctd declared smashed time and again by the heaVJr lift) klssimmee 0 0. It . outIH
) ttlLLKUH: l4ttAtKltM1Y : = Party l leaders this Ui| kl! !slMHiee detail
eofding the police.HMtll aftefhbott t>*- Army t batki+ !, and its baekfield men every were given unanimous
0 t U). It H.
Ui Hollitta(
MEN! | fullef II
; ,
j |tffc:
r == ( ( ( 1111 Ullftl:/ AT LUl'KHNH; ( t tire I KlUhinV stand against the |ifeident'g !i: gain through\ the army line, The College 1 lit; U Itfftftite II, 0, gemej: Ihillihs MHtllMH ftf hundred bt OFgdnUatiens
/In flleF tO : jiFfUlhe fltHil1i in
erKaHUe an Oflrifltfo = preparedness! plan will make Army halfbacks @fl the ether hand Ita1lin every part fit the country fepfe:
l' lleHente! All member ef college Th@ Lucerne theatre certain a hitter fight which: will lie ripped threygh the College academy (h i, 0 II: 8: **rtteti by them
serial,,} ( was opened Navy wall for Qj Tampa J I 13, 0: )It.I, II, Hi lit t. Aygu:
Greek letter fraternities The
are last waged to keep him from )being made most important nf these
gains
I !
evening for
the first time this!! whifjt fringe! from one to i U tine IS;, 0If.. SP, reepmniemtetions =
>. wwd" to meet at Attorney I taltay II. season fa the movie worM with eel (the house I leader A Democratic panem yards tChiclgQ !! may M. summed l up ftll

Gilt affiee in the MeNeill\) JMvis' lent ftttrft thmiit Many comments meet a week from todayThe\ $ fellows* That I legislative -mwHureafor

block l tomorrow night at 8 'cock| were heard on alt\ sides ItQ the qual 1 leadership qiiestjon. will come up 111, Nov g7,=foQttJl\n IIII'I'ISO TO) I'ORTO WfO national' defense fhoqM{ embraceall

J AH members of college Greek I letter ity of the pictures. This i popular then claimed 1 Bitten' lit,. during the", t9Ji:; Mr. J. Pehnarr yesterday receivedan persons liable to military service,

r fraternities are urged to be present. house will undoubtedly prove a win- season which closed >ebterd4y' Last order from parties! in Porto Rico thus preparing, through the state mi

r The following members of frat mi. ner. With revival of the best piano JUVENILE THIEVES year's toll was one 1 less. for twenty-five barrels of insecticides. litia, proper material from which a

'ties are known to live in Orlando; music in the state along with the pic- Schnarr's goods have an enviable greater army and navy' may be drawn
g; Sigma Nu-Frank Smith, Merle Me tures that will be shown Last Thursday night two rep- when needed.
it will draw boys, 14 FOUND JEWELRYNot utation for effectiveness in destroying
Elroy, LeRoy B. Giles, Gray Rush, large crowds. and 16 years old, begged for breadat the many obnoxious pests that attack That adequate reserve materials
B,' Beacham, Jr., Wm. Beardall, and for war be maintained
The house Jansen's in readiness
was very prettily dec- bakery. They were long ago Col. J. N. Bradshaw the citrus fruit trees as well as

;,Frank S Holland; S. A. E.-R. R. White, orated with lovely flowers, the handi- locked up as vagrants, and upon in- I discovered one beauty pin, one brace the -i------ rrnn---r-_ !-Q..1.-a.....-.. ...,,"'..uuu"'"ft for an emergency_ at oil times.: that_____
'E. Ives
Jr., W. C. Essington; work of Mrs. B. I vestiaiion Chief of Police the saving of $80,000,000
BeachamDEATH Smith discovered let, and one locket and chain in a are good, and that gentleman is push- expected to
Kappa Phi-D. A. and Joe Cheney; that had result from the curtailment of the
they two bicyclesin small box in the bottom of his auto ing them along.
,D. K. E.-R. O. Compton; Delta Tau their pension list during the
possession. The lads confessed mobile. The jewelry was advertisedbut next eight
Delta-W. M. Glenn; Beta Theta PiM AFTER that years be expended for
TREATMENT they stole two bicycles in so far no one has put in a claim. national defense -
I B. Ives; and Phi Psi-Kendrick Bartow, and at Lakeland they ex- The amount of the find is estimatedto FINE PROGRAM FOR ELK without further taxation.
Guernsey and J. Edson Andrews. changed
a broken one for another be about $10. The only conclusion
CAUSES PROBE and then proceeded to Orlando. They that Col. Bradshaw has reached is SPECIAL REDUCTIONSOscar

FELL ON AXE BLADES gave the names of Roy Bailey, Apalachicola that "the plot has thickened." MEMORIAL SERVICEAll
I. -' and Arthur Thurman Tam- Hand &: Son have had a
.fRobert Bellamy, Jacksonville, Fla.-Sheriff W. H. An great clearance sale which will be
an employe ofr pa. officer from Bartow is corning
\ Guernsey's hardware store, while Dowling, with the assistance of Justice for the boys.PRESIDENT GOVERNOR'S WIFE VISITS WINTER arrangements for the Elks brought to a close Saturday night.

standing on the edge of a shelf yesterday E. E. Willard as coroner, is soaking PARK memorial service to be held in Orlan The sale has been a "hummer" and

afternoon, attempted to step a thorough investigation today do on Sunday, December 5th, at the the people have responded in a most
back, lost his equilibrium, and fell into the death of Mites Pickett, a DINES ON SIMPLE Mrs. Park Trammell spent several Grand, have about been completed, encouraging manner. On another
prominent King's road saloon keeper MENUNo hours in Winter Park yesterday visiting and this of
into the axe rack. Several severe year's service promises to page today's Sentinel appears a
I'. who died at his home about 2 o'clock the families of S. P. and F. W. surpass half ad.
|;gashes were cut in his back and anything yet attempted in page telling of special reduc-
shoulders, this morning, following treatment more elaborate than those of Shepherd. Mrs. Trammell returnedto this line by the local lodge. Cover- tions on 2'oods at. t."i"__ _, "n....."'......
requiring several stitches. - -- -- u
'
yesterday by a local chiropractic doc many thousands of other Americanswas Orlando late in the afternoon. nor Park Trammel___nnn_!_ win n___ _..1i"....... .6....'.". store for the coming week. V''J'Read the
President
tor. Wilson's Thanksgiving eulogy and that ad.
gives
sure
promise of
4 LOCKHART RETURNS According to the authorities, who dinner. The White House menu was: WHERE THE STORK STOPPEDThe an interesting address. District
Deputy

I have examined into Roast turkey, cranberry sauce.
the conditions Grand Exalted Ruler H. E. Snow, WILL CO-OPERATE
Mr. David
Lockhart
superintendent surrounding the death Mashed white potatoes. stork paid visit the
of Mr. Pickett, a to home of Tampa, will probably deliver the
of racing at the Subtropical Mid- he went to a local chiropractic doctorat Candied sweet potatoes. of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Bissell, on general eulogy. Congressman W. J. Sears, of Kis-

winter Exposition, returned from 11 o'clock yesterday morning for Macaroni and cheese. November 15th, and made them a District Deputy Grand Exalted simmee, has written a letter to A. B.

Tampa yesterday where he had been treatment for nerve trouble and was Mince pie. present of a handsome little miss. Ruler H. 1.. Bethel, of Tallahassee, Johnson advising that he will do all
conferring with the officials of the obliged to remain the Coffee.RUSH MotLer and babe reported to be in his to enlist
on operating doing will also be here, which will add muchto power government aid
South Florida Fair Association. table for five hours, after which he nicely. the occasion. Mr. H. H. Yowell in the fight against citrus canker existing -

was allowed to be taken to his home REPORTS MANY FORD will look after the decorations in his in certain portions of the state.

by the practitioner in a very serious SALES GOOD RECORDJ. usual careful and painstaking
HE REFUSES TO EXECUTEWarden man-
condition. Mr. Pickett passed into ner. Messrs. J. M. Cheney and Walter -
unconsciousness during the operation, The Helms Hardware company, Orlando P. Holbrook agent for the Hupp I Drennen will have charge of the JUSTICE LAMAR IS BETTERSupreme

from which he never recovered before Bottling Works, C. A. Hovey, and Haynes, motored from Jacksonville music. An elaborate musical .

of Arizona Penitentiary his death this morning.It Jos. L. Guernsey, and Carl Jansen, of to Orlando Friday in the remarkable is being prepared, which program will

Refuses to Execute Con- 1 is further stated by the author- Orlando; Miss Palmer, Windermere; time of 6 hours and 15 min be given in fult later. Court Justice Will Be

demned Man; Cited ities that the spinal column of Mr.\ H. G. Reddett, Pine Castle; W. T. utes. The trip was made in a Hupp. Able to Resume Bench After

for Contempt I Pickett during the operation had been Hickman, Oakland; Dan McKinnonand Music to beat the band. AH the Christmas; Had Paralytic
disjointed and that he J. A. Bray, Winter Garden; Jno. WILL ATTEND
was allowed popular songs, and orders taken. Curtis

j Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 27. The su while in a precarious condition to fall I Mix & Co., and R. Bruce Scott, of & O'Neal music store. Stroke

preme court this afternoon cites R. B. from the operating table. Orlando are new owners of "the universal i- Arthur Butt, assessor, is planningto Washington, Nov. 27. .
car"Mr. -Justice Lamar
Sims, warden of the state penitentiary attend the meeting of the State + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + of the United States -
to before the CIRCUIT COURT Association of County Tax Assessorsin WAS WORTH ONLY supreme
appear court on 8 CENTS!+ court, who has been unable
.
D. T. Corey, one of Sanford'ssubstantial Jacksonville to attend
December +
December 8.FAST
2 to show he +
cause why Circuit
court will the sessions the
convene December of court
citizens, owing to a
| should not be punished)for contempt 7 with Judge Whitney of Bar- w..tcomeisitors to was Orlando among the + One of the Sentinel newsboys + nartial stroke of paralysis, i. rrroA-
i of court by fine oir'imprisonment, yester- GAME + strode to the editorial desk +
orboth tow presiding. dhv. It has been quite a while since yesterday ually recovering, It is thought that
+
for refusing th 'execute William and was somewhat +
pt'tturbtd he will be able
Faltin, condemned to he hanged at i . . . . + + + + + :Mr. Corey has been seen in these The Orlando Rifles! basket ball + over a certain subscriberwho + the bench to resume his placeon

the prison! yesterday. A commissionof + MESSAGE TO I'ltESIDEXTWILSOX + parts and his many friends were giv- team, will play the Stetson Universityteam + refused to pay the full ten + holidays. immediately after the
physicians irjr him the glad hand. He has recently at the Armory +
declared that Fnltin + + Friday evening, cents per week subscription +
was insane returned from a tour of the December 3, at 8 o'clock. +
and the warden used this + price.MI 1 went around to col- + HUNTERS
+
las West and Northwest and in his SUCCESSFUL
his excuse for not executing} the + Ln accordance with club + travels + lectT Maid the boy, "and the +>

prisoner.. + in the country, the many Twrnfirth + covered over 12,000 miles. RETURNS FROM I TRIPW. + lady handed me 8 crntn. She + Dr. V. W. Estes-, Dr. Lott, Charles

+ Century Club rent the fololwing + + said she wouldn't pay the full + Bumby, Clarke
> WAS WILL rONFKU: FIRST DEGREE W. Pothers has .+ Robertson, and T. 0.
: returned from
SlmWUsl.1H1U ten cents because didn't
lm we +
+ I telegram! to l'rt'"ldt'nt'il.n. : + printa Brown have returned from
a hunting
A trip to various points in Lake + "
+ paper on Friday. Following +
H\W. mothers
and nintrrn + trip in the Fort Christmas
Rolla Orlando Lodge No. 20, I. O. 0. F., section.
Reel, of Reel' county. + the cufclom
laundry, who + members of of previous year the +
I has the Twentieth Cen- + 'will confer the first degree on Monday + Piloted by Ben Reddick and Bud
badly burned on the ankles and + Club, do Sentinel observed the national + Yates
the
fury urge conferenceto + party went to
night, November 20. AH a point twentyfour

legs I members GRATIFYING
by scalding hot TOTAL + holiday
water from a + brine peace to the warring! .+ are urged to be present Visiting by allowing the "force"a + miles south of Fort Christmas .
[boiler last
Saturday, is + day off,
resting + nations consequently no +
easy + paperwas and succeeded in
end will soon be out again. + + + + + + + + + i brother cordially invited. The enrollmen in the Orlando public + printed on Friday. + deer bagging two
+ + + + + + W. H. Brokaw N. G. many wild turkeys and other
,
.. schoo'r i i. S61. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + game.F .



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DAILY
THE I
SV. T. ENTRICAN
"lie that is patient is governedwith

South Florida SentinelMORNING I much wisdom.Proverbs.xiv. MEfS HEEtI
LICENSED CONTRACTORfor I i
AND WEEKLY ., 29.Analagous. I
-:. GLENN ....... ... Edlur ;
.. EssNCTON .... ..Bu.ine.. Manager
to faith, hope and lows < HE MAN OR WOMAN who
loitered. a* Second at the Clan pntoffic Mail Matter.SUBSCRi'ILON at Orlando.. Florida the excellent virtue of patience, PAINTING DECORATING ETC. w T1
vhich when acquired leads to tranquility -

I Year ..._...... ..RATES........... 1i.00 I IDall of order. Men possessed of demands Quality and Purity in the
OailT,. Month .............. -. .... ZtODaily. enabled to bear with!
I are
.....,....,..... ... ... 1.26 patience Phone 217.
Dull. 1 3 Month Months....................... -60 Courage the evils of adversity everyone Drugs he buys will get grew-
with in all walks of life
Week:!,. 1 Year ...................... $1.00XX meets the whimsical, ludi
it
Opposed to are
& SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN rous, the hasty and inconsiderate est satisfaction in buying here.We .

ADVANCETO Its functions, humility, complacency We DesireWe
ADVERTISERS noble in character,
and the like are
Cffi; far dUpUr .m all *tk r Iaod.elldr.rti.tag ntent and purpose. One depending

.! .f the.uat Sentinel W kaaar Mt_later ia .t than the basiaruM X P. B.ta on the other and all following in se desire to thank the many \:]
da, bets puMiratUa. ThU rule aDplletrbaneva uence on the resemblance each portrays -
it It
r f.r evntrart dvtrtUUci who have complimented us so
.triable and wUl ..* strictly adhered ... in bidding us bide our time tc '
- --- - the long expected of what we'
eap highly the Thanksgivingdinner
Pubscriben desiring The Sentinel discontinued upon
should notify the office in writing on Believe, hope and would love to sec pride ourselves on the variety and up-to-dateness of our stocks--especially on thequality
the date of ....pi ration. otherwUe It will be ccomplished. Forbearance, a quality served by us at 25;: cents.
continued at the regular mbacriytton rate. of everything we sell. You pano more-but you always get more for your
..
of
.
n.il notice Naaib to atop r U rerei ed.Trlrpkonr .. . .... It emper.of .patience Moderation, carries, clemency no laxity and We certainly appreciate their money, because you always get the best ,

SUNDAY, NOVEMI1EU 29, 1915 entleness are auxiliaries, the watchwords good will and the fact that they GARDEN SEEDS IN HULK FLOWER HULllS; ( or ALL ltsnsCity

of timely patience, the adjuster
have recommended us to others
A noted I English actress has. beenftfferlng ot f dilficuUies. Simple goodness and
kisses for recruits' A sol hcere kindness of heart in suttee It Is the policy of the Model

dier's Jot III I! guile happy ohe. rug tile typical of alt that relates' tothe I Store
Drug
-t practice of patience ItUeht't'11I1&11It'1'I to give full \'ntu'tu th'r It biH '

A 1'1'111111).1"11111! JuitttP I"ltleIUlt tt hd Worry, Ho lassitude, IHJttnlii 25:' cent mail, n 15 cent Iilwt'lnl'w ()rln lulu, Florida
tint the f I lit DI5AN) l'ru Hdor
wife H nt, lillt'u+ ,, tliiMpli her' Ituhanl *= tthd, l hu tech tiHiiit fur Is II , |
to 1lilt l utuie tony Iirtldurp tti the way ut( i\ more. t'tnlJot'utl1It".t',
U tina rause
YliU
K r r J I .a 1 1 J 1..
it'll, It U llMJipful 11ttJI\II! \ IIItllt"UI, L.. I Il _IJ."" 1 r II
It( tlh@aslh@ss. wp fauR Oysters fresh every tiny,
i4 nlitagultielh, 114 rynt-
1'h@I'@ 110

"\VIitbhuuttl I IHJ ln,aS Ht home?" \'loin" ttbout IMtiPIK'f! ", It clte4'ka neil- MISS HKlUiAH$ HONKY( FOR SALE! .

Aeka one of heed uj>'lift writers, The tony, ussMduea grief wd l dispelsloom. I
knew who Millytuavileil I ; It parades! : no mask, it boast: ; IMUVATK TIJTOKINOPIANO My I residence, cornet north. Orange itvonti lliKir lot, 151 tletront on
only man We ever silence It pulfa nut, OI'KN DAY AND NIGHT and Ruliinson u\eiiuea, ."ntuuufigLibrary itiuiiKe avenue rounds{ Attractivelyurrunffil
that he was muster of the l othing, keeping 1NSTHUCTIOI Reception: Room, Deit, sewing !, and tprnji'd by under'
bhack was forty miles from his happy I it huffs: not with conceit or passion,,, Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, I ground "y.t: m.I.nrge I
home and! well fortified with "red i tor it has no pride. Alert and activeII I Pantry, grocery Room, lavatory, all garage anti log cabin playhouse
its own passivity, it awaits the is- on first floor, with bath and a etc. Will sell furnished or un
eye. 11 E. WASHINGTON ing apartment with eleven b1ee,1'i. furnished.
o l ue. It combats no harshness of manner I' closets and 11-7-1m
and seven storage ._
Model Cafe
and The
YOU IIAVE A though sickness, contention
DUTY TODAY isappointment strew its path. It engenders CHARLES P. DOW
no enmities formulates no I Both the Sheriff's office and
hear
How many times do you a ; ---
neighbor perhaps-say: ealousies or complaints, but quietly Police's office arc
person-your of
the Chief
"Oh, dear, I wish I had a good bookto 'ursues the safe way of life along Look At This I
read" Again, at bridge parties, the line of the least resistance with I efficiently managed, and they The Best in the WorldIt
well assured of victor I
at picnics, and in the ut murmur
at dinners,
home, one often hears: "Oh, have you Ie i n the performance of every duty to 40 acres rich land located on a are quite successful in capturin

read the latest book-a perfectlydear t the end. Patience is essential tc beautiful clear water lake, 4 thieves, but neither office a1- is a broad statement, but nevertheless it is a

love story-"The Romance ofVirginia ;oung and old. Without it we arcAanting miles from Orlando, 2 miles from I that THE LUTHER BUKBANK FLOWER SEED

and Horace in the Foothills in wisdom. Men in want of Winter Park. 7 acres in budde I tempts to indemnify you agains not only the BEST but the RAREST in the world.
whc
of overhear the Rockies such an;" or exclamation, again, one: "That may re atience in need are of poorer work or than riches.they With grove in full bearing, consistin damage to your premises or for We've accepted their agency and have just rec

book you gave me was a peach, but lhe well blended virtues we find paence of grapefruit, oranges and tar: stolen articles not recovered. a large shipment.You .

it didn't end right;; Myrtle got a divorce suaviter in modo, fortiter inreo gerines; 12 room house, nicel)' Take these two well manage save your time, money, and get the flowers

and I thought surely Percy furnished; garage, barn and out these seeds. Come in and see them.
would kiss and make up. Nonsense,, Patience is at peace with God. InHim buildings. This property is thigh i in offices with a Burglary, Thef: ., you plant
motto.
InlIim but the best" is our
love and fear. "Nothing
isn't it? nut then there are millionsof we confide our Buoyed state of cultivation and i i and Larceny policy issued by;;
spongey brains in the world who we repose our patience.
are reading pulsating novels with debauched 1 up by prayer to God, in whom we one of the best bargains the Georgia Casualty Companon Co
characters and soaking their rust; patience is made progressiven have. Orlando Seed & Produce
that will premises and you havE:
knowledge encompass your
a
hearts in scandals, etc., etc.
It is all right to read! One must no complications other.than with love. the It Price $8500.0( 11 protection. 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone
of faith, hope and
read to keep up with the times. One approval
must keep posted on world events,, tolerates the ups and downs of life
for history is now in the making; virtually secure in its unalterable' GEO. A. IIUTCIIINSON

the entire map of Europe is beingchanged destiny to enjoy visions of peace, the
and permanency of Fl Wallace Really Co Gen. Agent
; there are wonders upon esplendency I FORAGE GROCERYA
wonders benig invented by men and which is the reward promised the Rooms 4-6 Phone 70()

women of talented minds; art, science plain, simple, every day man of never Room 3 Arcade
music, sculpture, and literatureare nding patience.-By Rev. George T. Watkins Block visit to our store will make you

at their zenith, and the every day )onlin, rector St. Jerome's church, Phone 117 regular customer.

gyrating kaleidoscope of life must be New York city. !

viewed as it passes. o Florida Stew Beef Ib.____________9c Western Pork Loin, lb.
Read! Read the Sentinel, the morn- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYWANTEDA Chuck Roast, Ib_-_____-____12 l-2c Slice Ham fine, Ib____
the Round, Ib.______________________17c Slice Breakfast Bacon,
ing papers, the afternoon papers, position as cook by an 1915 BuickPassenger 2 Ibs loin or short cut_-________35c Slice Breakfast Bacon,
magazines the new books the offer- experienced German woman. Reference Florida Pork Stew, Ib.. .-_______15c ALL KINDS SMOKFlorida
and the street. Ib.__________18c PRICES RIGHT
America lIam,
ings of brainy men women 113 Pork
given.
___ ___ 3oc: 2 Ibs. Cod Fish________________25c
musical reviews, the stage and theatre l-28-2tc 2 lbs. Pork Chops -- ---- Blorid Pork Ham, Ib,_ __ ____18c
2 5 H. P. !; 2 Ibs. Sausage Meat-_____.-- ..25c -- ---
; read all you can; read all you OR RENT-Furnished house, seven 2 Ibs. Hamburger Steak___u___25c Fresh Eggs------------------- 35e.,
have time forbut read the liible electric lights, bath, etc.;
oftener. Start in today, which is very rooms desirable location. 405 East Nearly new, for quick sate at $625-cost $102;;.

Sunday, and read a chapter every ine street. ll-28-3t Fully equipped, including Speedometer and Phillips'

Sunday if you can't do better. By ,OST Ladies solitaire diamond ring. Shock Absorbers. _
the end of one year you would have Liberal reward for return to the A A.B.COOK&GOMDTO
rend fifty-two chapters of the world's olTire of J. Schnarr, in the rear of 61 -

best literature. Read the Bible ever) Welt Church street. 11-28-Gtc A. WARDFlorida t CHRIST BUILDING s ORLANDOAS'AGENTS V

day nnd at the end of 3C5 days you Full RENT-$25 will rent n stucco H. .
will) tie a better man and a better "house one (dock north of Eola park
woman. after December 1tt.! Apply to tt.t ('. Winter Park we! Invest money safely for our

You will rend of lote-lote in In- cDaniet t-23-tt t *, 80i Magnolia avenue. ... customers: mann ;e their real' and personal

TlRornUng 1 ahtl interesting. its rohinhtlr ( and other obligations
.tot1ttty.look alter their taxes
tttul pulsating! in In the fieriesthtttel (hltt tlt.N1'- t fear: ; ;Hihhi:; \ ttottatrMuthl -- .. -- ... .- .::3L s.-.... 1..4..3..1 >.4S ) dividends'
Ht>t' 'Htlt.ltl bill, the late tau ",hil. Utftt-ltl) !'nil. 1'rrt ten.tot --- --- -- -- collecting! rentals 1 Interest! !! and !
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lilt fnniu| (ill H'tinur b@lllpnlls: kl II+lch I 111111. SALE CONSTRUCTION
for
QUICK
s PIP may (unit| in the tliljlt. Hilt$| HENT-Hummer cottage i W!.lalJIititll Big SACRIFICE
\ ltnman Fame into the tntillj1Plfic of ftnir iiiiiiuji with :U I I'III1.j| ; KNC'MOrlando (' \I t 31 1 VR I SAIiR' ; 4
0: flat fur light luu';t-K ;*;ii-
recently! anti wul: "I 1 notice] rust rinini
I HIT! ; electric lights, bath, telephone' And on your
editorial ahont read We can save you time money worry
short
you hall| a attractive gumiuU Jl'J I: per month
ing Romans, 13.: 1 read it and'I neHIL.ntw )r up. 10 W- Concord avenue. R al Estate Co. building operations Our clients are satisfied,

_. there was so much in one chap 11S3tcTn: Fill .tTiIP'
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ti-r There in my you life.are. One chapter and] ALL nTT.X PAYERS: I WATKINS BLOCKr PHONE 501 I Ii4 l I

standard of living I hope all that can do so, wilt pay
find the correct
least before
you heir city taxes now-or at --- - - ---
the relations you should have the very last days of December. '.
fellows the duties requiredof If wait till the last it will
with your ; too many MM ' "
us, the exhortation to holiness, and l.e impossible for the tax collector to 'MifitN '
make out the receipts before the first
other gems of thought. Open yourIliltle of January, when all unpaid city taxes If You Do Not Believethat
today, brush otT the dust and become delinquent and subject to 3per First:
cobwebs, and begin to read-anj cent. penalty.The Quality
the annual
will begin
passage will do any sentence, any audit on auditor the first of the year, and unless the Chalmers has power like a locomotive.and rides

chapter The ,Bible but read.should be read more ; that you date have you your will tax have receipt to pay priorto with the Cut out this ad, bring it to like a parlor car, just call for a demonstratioff at 14 E.

often and one should be familiar with penalty. It interferes too much
the greatest literature of all age; the lector work to be of dating the auditor back for tax the receiptsto col- us today and it will be worth Church street, or phone 223.

and of all time.CI11ISTIAN. accommodate those who wait till
--0--- the last day, and it can not be al- lOc to apply on purchase of


Serivces will be held CHURCH at the Chris lowed.11-2 7-3tc E. F. SPERRY. Mayor. one sack of Shorts. : CtlAlMERS MOTOR CAR CO.

tian and Missionary Alliance Hall, 2'
West Pine street Lord's Day morn A GOOD INVESTMENTYOU

ing, at 11 o'clock, November 28. Sermon are investing for income and I
A cordu desire an investment that will yield Freeman V. D. Phillips Mgr.
by Elder Buckley. a regular net income of eight or ten The Co-Opertive Produce Co. ,

welcome to all. per cent, payable monthly, quarterly, CHURCH STREET. FHONE 223.Y .
ROSE BUSHES or semi-annually. In this event we ; W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447 .1 14 EAST
Ready to plant. Call phone 50') can be of service. We do not handlespeculative
408 Lake street. Violet Dell Florist, investments. A. B. Cook till.
J. M. Caruthers. 1-11-23-61 & Co., Christ building. 1-11-24-3 IIIIIIMItMtMIIIIIMIMMIIIIinHMIIMl


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I on' lOll$) OfltTl; t lIIlfliHi SIEWERT TAKES fOOTBAll f PHOTOS S TIlDEN

r Some Queer Ones CAPTAIN Of THE VARSITt y

i Some day some society editor9\
.\ number of pictures:; of the {flollm a
,- going! to get made and! write some- football meeting of the vartityjester aqua Yancey Meat Market Inc.FUllV
boys were taken yesterday Jay C0. Tilden'
"pmeQ was elecieq .
arullgghlg ,
subways ta l Her thing like this:
lin. I ''The Joneses afternoon by /Jl. Siewert, the populari captain of the {tollin.. eleven for the PAID Ur
:: entertained agailast I Winter; Park photographer. Oneiev
present season. Tilden is one of Rolling i-
In hla blood condemned murderer of night, though how they do it onJones' I shows the entire squad of abouttwentyfive :: star players and is holding down T. A. YANCEY, Jr., Pres and Mgr.

Atlanta signs! statement denjiii" buCuUt. salary is more than most people men, another gives the the position of fullback in fine styl"Torchy" ORLANDO, FLORIDA
understand and the same old re varsity, while a third '
gives the academy is
e freshments were served. The crowd I eleven. very popular with hi Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choices
Separate
team
PaJ4m1s of all shades and models pictures were mates, as evidenced by their se
Were worn at unique party of South Tillie was as has good as the lunch of course. taken of Tilden and Martin, who cap- lection of him as their leader, and i it Florida and Western Meats
Orange (N. J.) dancing club only three songs and she tain the college and academy teams is generally believed that he will lead

sang all of them. This column has respectively. the eleven to \ictory. Oysters*, Fish, PoultryregetIIJles., game, lite.Special .
Chain with their belts as links l. used frequently praised Tillie's voice, thus
by men who the ---- i Attention to Hotel and Out of Town
could not swim la rescuing qualifying editor for the feebleminded ACADEMY ELEVEN HEADED By - Oracr
drowning boy In Passaic ricer institute. As a matter of MARTIN ,I PHONES J Business 135 P. O. BOX aa6

fact, Tillie's voice sounds like a'! The Pansy Plants RoseBushes 1 Residence 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
One men of the
man from each block to make klaxon academy eleven j es- ,
horn and
op volunteer police force of : .OOO will everybody except terday elected Ray Martin as captain
Tillie knows Petunia
help regular police keep Chicago clean. it. John Smith's new for the jear. Martin plays right end ,

When you hunt snipes kill snipes. Is which wife accompanied must be half her paid on for the by piano this, has and played is one this of the fastest men who' I Plants 1 Phone 5 for I GLEXOOK- CAKE AND

advice of preacher and doctor of Mont- time. The crowd played little position on the academy I
a 500 CANDY
eleven for FISH i PARLORI
Clair N. J.. who were fined $-Kx) for and went home and Mrs. Jones several seasons. The Leave jour orders hereOP" AND OYSTERSi I
killing two pheasants through mis washed academy team is fortunate this yearn I I 1 i II
the -
take. dishes until 2 o'clock i in having an exceptionally Fresh Every Day I I
the morning. It wasn't such a punk line-up. With strong I i ii I I i Delicious Candies
t such men as Lewis j i Cakes Sandwiches
After being elected mayor of WellsTllle. affair, as such affairs go, and the Funk, Greene, Rodenbaugh, Black f Violet Fliwl I I etc.
O, I
man thrashed editor of paper most regrettable incident the i
was and .
that opposed him preferred a charge loss of Mrs. Brown's silver forks others to strengthen the offense I, j : THE WALDECKER FISH CO. i I j Orders taken for parties.
against himself In the second eleven should hard I
court pleaded prove a
and paid fine.JAPANESE guilty borrowed for the occasion.Koko010 -1 I proposition for any team in the same I J. &I. CARUT ERS 206 Boone Street Located
Tribune. in rear of Branch's
i 1,class to defeat. I I Phone inn. "". .r;..._..... _.,_ The want ?i1'. the f h m,rv. ._-- - Book
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WORSHIP THEIR 'Lure. Jnlran: e

EMPEROR AS HE IS CROWNED



Americans Asked to Remove Hats but t.a
Not to Cheer.A .
1 b :
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cburtnhke hush envelop Kloto. ;
the ancient capital of the J:ip-im-M; empire S
when Iwperur: | l'usllihito mill a I
gorgeous cortege made their mate entry
Into the city. Here the first great
coronation ceremonyas held.
The emperor and the imperial' shrine
were silently worshiiied. The cortege;
was regarded as a sacred mystic and
religious procession.
Although there was a desire to avoid
accident, one of the chief reasons fur .
Imposing silence upon the multitudewas 1
to maintain revcrt-iue for the 1 if
monarch in he arrived .In I lie-city for I J
the sacred coronation riles.Tlie : r.f r--

master of ii-reimmlwi Mid: to the
I America. nod other foreignersho!
were Olllllllf'ti| | to'lIlItuJre |IMIIItt! .In tintinliue I

fcrottiuNw :,
urn HIP. Mirine unuprtM toe Nnl'N r

pirate It-mot your hills! n/l,111I1 ... .
but kin! hut cli,,'(-r." t tt

A crriy niiltitnii Ant ttildwl. ietlllllly Of lilt wx / eN* t: r .
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tiers. p' I Linui| "iHi| jll.igt--r, H-U *ri2
Arta'-/lyd 1'1 |priesla| | nfimt ain| (ulowt.il| |K fWttfll
t by 'his eiiii| !rur III |the ro'ul Bolt It'll
funth.A .
the iiirtetru reaibt'd the / '
pllll.atell ice -tf\
H bugle I broke the ktlllneM uml

Informed. the nnililiude/ that the sac nile! wr. ,
mirror was t'.Lrhtt..1.l Then the r '\

emit ivktralutut broken, and the feS
vast thnuii pave theiiiM-hes up tofcayety.
tireuorks and Illumliintlon
Ily day 1 Kioto I I1& mass ur l-rlslit:; iv>;

' decorations lanterns! flags; : fluurr! ".
banners festive archer Hy nl/bt 1 1a It I N ound
blaze of light The brldee.uc TO>M
' the KamofMua: liter are Illiinilneil assii

with fefetouuH of flwtrlc I.IUI 1 |>... \1;:
Ij flivvrorki will l-e a feature of .lit.he ti C-

coronation prliwL V 04rfl :vjrw ff: ?.'..

NATION WIDE EIGHT HOUR DAY\

Railroad 1. Pose Y tnce in 48
Such Brotherhood.a Campaign.A Decide. Upon Horse V hour/

long session| of the grand lodge
International oUUt-rs of the five r ail PSenge
road brotherhiKKls In Boston resulted' 7 100,000 miles in 48 hours!

the launching tit a country wide more.tnent .
for an eight hour day and double 100,000 miles of demonstration of RELIABILITY
-
pay for overtime for every man power, speed, stamina, and ECONOMY of fuel!
who has to do with the 100,000 miles of ROAD performance
movement of over and
freight the and United iiassrnger Staten- trains throughout level and hilly, smooth and rutty, hard and any muddy! every kind of roads that the country knows,

This Iud u.lt's the Such is the
engineers cremen proof that Studebaker
and enjiltjemeu. conductor! trainmen: 0 was ever subjected to. gave in the most sensational ROAD test that any STOCK car
and
telegrapher, these brotherhood,
having been represented at the meet
ing. "Make 1000 miles inside of 48 of
car's
It was voted to !start! action at once' hours" we said to our Dealers ; a stamina and POWER and tire 1000 miles and came in with a
toward pressing the demands dependability on the ROAD. It 1007:
for "let's And
a see how this Studebaker model wasn't score. so it went the
shorter day I.! the rnst. but m the will stand in such a SHOW drive over nice country over,
up a test.
nJl'Pf'luptrt11 It the western" and southem n roads. The drivers had to make a
roads under! the t Knlnmn; alt docs e And 100 Studebaker Dealers) started fixed distance in A set time. And Taken all in all, the Run was the

hot *>iplr' until. April 1 the lIlt ter pause ONLY ears STOCK ears, mind you, they had to drive over the very most arna/ing event of its kind that
foods \\1111101 Mlle HIP dpinntiilsj tuR.It" h aeye n. roads that YOU use when drive the roads of America have ever
\ |"'" Iheni until after hint date, Cr And they covered 101,565 miles!! ( you seen,
qo.O p qTy your own ear ONLY they put the
C" OW Or They did the} distance: I In the! average ear to tests that you'd never dream of, And on top of what Studebaker

LOVE KNOWS NO AGE. It Illtler clue 4. time of 36,6 hour, At a peed averaging The San ]..., Cal,, Car made 343 Can are doing In the hand! of mort

a Orel' th 4t 27.73 miles, miles in 11 hours on one day-with than 209,600 owners, It has proved
W'It''UI'' tutu 1 j nulls lint Hit of b the radiator the car'i RELIABILITY It hill
| lilt' And-am! THIS I U the wonderful sealed and the car
I tint hut I"f |life| inuHlier' ttiul Itu'lr oon proved the ear'i POWER
Op fact of the entire Hun the locked in high-= the gearlever hay It hill
hp| , iEurtA 100 ear
|
"I'Ilnlll'| | '" I U 111tIoh .1 lrJoric ing been proved the (ilr'. STAMINA It has
hilahtil |tin rut'k'<"t alit' | ago 'N'' nut u'a AO running over every known type of removed proved the car's RCONOMY
eu tI"II'1I' uterely' t liet'AUru tit keitll'It n lit l read, over every known; kind of The Idaho and
e.
,10001 Falls Car had to break a above all It ha* proved the car's In.
country, up mountain ..Idu and hills
Huoli ,U. Ilin phlliwiiiliy| of Jim that make most car labor, and trail through Inches of snow for 20 domltable QUALITY. And the re.
ll-'u 11't.rks miles, The Seattle Car in its markable
uf .Newnrk lit through mud slush, snowdrifts in (1000. performance over any and
had( lUU'iie.) lo the itorlf uf Jn- some places and rainitorms mile NONSTOP run, made in 31,53 all kinds of going has proved the
sulk -
/ \ HIOHII. aver*
.otentyllttt, u hours, climbed the sides
aged 123 miles to of Mt. Studebaker'supremacy as I for
IrfiiiK Ulniul' fiirnier.. and hU", every gallon of car
\\If,', AlUv, thirty four, who tlr ode" gasoline and 446.87 miles to every Ranier in a driving storm The Col. WINTER driving

tug of tin ennui moved nenrcr ,C,tiaa.rtA .. t ,,*to' gallon of oil. orado Springs Car finished its 1000 See this record-making
the Or"lIt 11'hlipWay. 'fht'1'tOrt> ,.. -: ." . ,' miles in a snowdrift 13,500 feet high Showrooms-the car at our
married l '"lItll',''' Sho "CI"' :\ .. .I\ ? ' vS Never has there been a more decl- on Pike's Peak. The Utica car that hat set a
jnn IIIU. : ,. a X':::.. ;n N, Y. NEW standard In
was rhilitif cud lilt vlxiy...tiie. ,'," \I : ,, ;y '. . ; live, a more CONVINCING proof Car was driven by women the roadperformanco.e
Till JlMltf sold) ,.."" .;,,'.' .. sr. ; enas well as in VALUE.
"I 1 shall ? ." "' ,." ,.
"
charge Urn Jury that It ,,'IU" Molts'' tat' STUDEBAKER
'
'
makes. t t< ,
no dUToren. if title. man Si..C\i"a. '
:
U all old an .MethiiHelnh. and n. 7 \" -" .er ' IT'. SOUTH BEND, IND. DETROIT, M1CIL WALKERV1LLE, ONT.

decrepit. us Hip. \'lIn'Inkl..., alto 'f.:::; u' :i. ::a'S/': : San Juan
.teha
('OuldlJut" pro out uml Utuiiruo to 1.....tK"a 1,t'.. Garage Co. Distributorsr
him. ,' "".inC. 1'1'i. ""C'pC\tvi\. ,
Old ago won the tilt'once. \.011\\


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---- -- made it clear that he was for the I I'lllies.

LOOKING AT ORLANDOTHROUGH : He denounced German "kultur I

I and civilization" in no uncertain I
\vords. However, only a portion of j
THE PERISCOPE
he: splendid sermon was concerned
.with the European war. He empha-
-- I
sized the importance of union ser-
The little black and white pup of Yawk has nothing on Orlando! rices.

an unknown breed secured recently as -0- 'I Union services are not intended for
mascot for the fire department has I Movie fans are quite numerous in I me out of fifty-two Sundays. They COMPARISON: OF SUBJECTS TAUGHT BY ASSOCIATION OF '
consistent one
bu the most \
been christened "City. Orlando, hould> be held oftener. All churches :MEDICAL COLLEGES AND OSTEOPATHIC COLLEGES
Louis Dolive.
-0- is should get together as individuals do
The reason Sheriff Gordon never -0If and become better acquainted with MEDICAL COLLEGES
has a cold is attributed to the fact any one has an old rusty cannonit one another. Union services of all OSTEOPATHIC COLLEGES

that he takes a cold water plunge might be donated to and placed in :churches many times throughout a Histology Histology
before breakfast every day in the front of the Periscope's office to em- )rear would broaden and strengthen Embryology Embryology
"
week. phasize our stand on "preparedness. he ties of universal brotherhood. Osteology Osteology
-0- i The evening paper has a set of old Let us have more of them. Anatomy Anatomy

At last reports Collector W. E. pistols and we have nothing except a - Physiology Physiology
and Toxicology
Martin had sworn off smoking. It i is few stray brickbats and a decrepitfire With that smile that won't come off Chemistry and Toxicology Chemistry
somewhat interesting to hear Mr. extinguisher. Tea Magruder should have little di!- Principles: of Osteopathy Materia Medica

Martin describe the different mental !I - iculty in selling Oaklands.0 Osteopathic Mechanics PharmacologyTherapeutics Medical
and h'sicalslages through which hfl There are busy men in Orlando but -- Therapeutics (Osteopathic) ( ) ,

passed before the habit had been about the busiest is Tom Yancey. If Duckworth I is a little man but llacteriology Bacteriology
thoroughly conquered. he doesn't stop tearing through the he U mighty. Part of his might lit'' Pathology Pathology
-0- I Arcade and short circuiting every nental and part physical. The latter Medicnl\ ZoologyClinical '

'uur time a year an editor has thing In the PerUcope'ri office we're tae been developed through the II. M. Clinical MicroscopyPhysical; Microscopy
picking for something to write ruing! to quit ordering meat over the II'. A. A., In which he U mightily I In Dlajmosls Physical DiagnosisOsteopathic
easy In the three t;>hone and use Carl Dunn's wlrelen ttort"tto.l. Listening to Mr. Dud Diagnosis l
the dei'onlts
About, I. e+, Practice of Medicine
Wai dank What city of this Ue -0I worth' description) of the athletic (11(0 Practice of Osteopathy
can approach the excellent showing I If I we were really\ a periscope and 4 itrrise indulged! In by him and h. Surgery url'ryAppllN1 $ .
of the recent quarterly statements pome of these automobile were really\ I fellow! members III I not well receive" Anatomy Obstetrics
warship. we'd put a few of the night& his business ajoclate. Obstetrics (lynecologyPediatrics:
Yowell,
published, by thee bank In the Sentinel 1 h y Mr. N. P.
? Very few, It any. The State Joy riders' cutouts out of business Rather than reduce his avoijupoU GynecologyPediatrics:
and Ear
National, and Orlando -- Mr. Y. believes he wilet! Eye
Hank, I'eoplea
Hank and Trust Company have deposits Whenever! Chief of Police Smith Jeorge do it," or somebody eta ,Eye and Ear Nose and Throat Diseases
for the quarter ended of one gets ill on Saturday nights Officer Seriously :Mr. Duckworth and the Nose and Throat Mental and Nervous
and one-half million dollars. The Broom is the first man of the police others interested (T. B. Phillips and Mental and Nervous Diseases Electro-Therapeutics

seven banks throughout Orange county force to disclose the news to the Peri- 3. E. Ives, Jr.) in the B. M. P. A.1 Electro-Therapeutics Genito-Urinary Diseases
have nearly two and one-half millions scope. But you can't blame Officer ire doing a great thing for the boys Genito-Urinary Diseases Dermatology and Syphilis
of dollars in deposits. Broom. Orlando is a large city and "the men of tomorrow." Dermatology and Syphilis Hygiene and Public Health

Orange is a shade of yellow. 'cr. I policemen are few and far between. Hygiene and Public Health Dietetics

ily this county has been well named, -oAt \S LURE TO SANTA, ASKS }'On Dietetics Medical Jurisprudence
sighted by the first we thought we'd yell for a WISHBONE Medical Jurisprudence
for most of the gold WHITE HOUSE
Periscope is of that shade and color. policeman. On second thought we
edged closer, and amid the thunderous OSTEOPATHY DEFINED
-oWe Cleveland, O.-A new "note" was
never know how many good arguments and vociferous declamation dispatched to President Wilson toda; system of treating
of two pairs of flashing brown Osteopathy is a complete and independent
until
there are in Orlando from little Eleanor Anchull
hunters
It came intent of
and scorching tongues we discovered manipulations, the purpose and I
scientific
men like Dr. Lott, Judge Cheney, Tom eyes I and asked the president to send hel diseases by
Drown Clarke Robertson, Carl Jansen J. Ralph Yearby and F. G. Rush the wishbone from the White Hout each manipulation being either to correct some derangement in
each
Doc Estes, et al., get back from stout to inflict punishment"much upon ado aboutnothing" Thanksgiving turkey. the position of the tissues:' or to increase or decrease the activityof
ither. It was really she wanted the wi_l method applicable to some
the woods. discussing the Sunday She said that some organ It is not a remedy or
- losing question-just which we thought bone HO she could make a Christma particular disease or group of symptoms, but Is coextensive! with
Some of Orlando's big men "et too wish, she knew Santa Claus woul
as
blamed much" Thursday. had been laid to rest many monthsi grant her any wish coming from I art and science of healing and successfully treats all curable non-

- White House turkey wishbone 1 II surgical, acute and chronic diseases. Its field not only includes! '

Real metropolitan construction --oIt news for the gets the wishbone she'll wish fc all those diseases! !' treated by medicines: but also a great many in
interesting
methods were adopted In Orlando re may Orlando be people to know that A dolly, a mouth harp for Tony ana which medicines admitted to be useless:
crntly when the room In the Guernsey many "coat for mamma to go to won
block occupied by the Western Union ,other large cities besides Orlando are with."
of the'rooster"
the tortures
Telegraph' company underwent a met being subjected to Lot Angeles is Santa Claus failed to call last yea rII fI
amorphosls to speak. New floors question. and she wants to make sure of hi
were laid, new walls were plastered, a quite aroused over the proposition.JO'owingeity arrival this year.
new ceiling and skylight were installed However, we presume every
has to crow about something.
and the office was never RED APPLESCar
end of the -- -
moved-except from one
to the other. Not a wire con The Rev. Thos. II. McConnell, Pres load of Idaho apples at foot c,ft.
room in his Thanksgiving A. C. L. traclCome .
,
byterian church pastor Church street, on
molested and service never
nection was church, and see them. ll-24-3t.Is
address at the Baptist 1
Little old Noo
stopped an instant. I
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cent on high grade furniture rugs carpets stottshware.
10 cent to 50 per
from
of these reductions you can easily save per stock But we are quoting
taking advantage this splendid
By low prices on
for ridiculously
savings you. such
Here's big money we're quoting
wondered how it happens that to lose ow.wait .
hesitate going
who are
probably those
it and
you've
Have you looked? If you have arming daily. There never has been another opportunity like '
do this to make room for large shipments of piece.
We
and there's a reason. offerings. We absolutely guarantee workmanship and condition every
if want to share in these wonderful REDUCTIONS
a minute you LIBERAL
THE FOLLOWING LIST WILL GIVE ITEMS SHOWING


Special Reductions


Special Reductions OATGO LEUM' Regular $15.00 G. O. Ex Table reduced to______$39.75

Regular $3.00 Pedestal 1'. O.mah.reduced, reduced to to____$2.48$2.48 Regular t $36.00 G. O. Ex Table, reduced to______$31.75
Desk
Regular $V.GO Ladies RUGS
heck Mah reduced to qb7! '.'. Regular $27.00 G. O. Ex Table, reduced to______$22.75
Regular 12.00 Ladies!
$.J..J" _" Regular $25.00: I,". O. Ex Table, reduced to______$21.75
reduced to Ideal for the living
Regular t ?1t..J 0 F. (). Rocker, room

Writing Table, reduced to.UU8Regular Regular $17.50 G. 0. Ex Table, reduced to..____$15.00
Kaltx
Regular $12.110 have aided In what was a .
solving perrllrnt
eon oleu Hugs
Table 1 reduced 1 1 to___.__$12.f,0Regular
$11.7r.( Kaltx 'Desk Chair, reducedto problem to many housewives! how to make the Regular I "'Hi.00 E. E. Ex ,

..._ _.....,..... $'i,95 living loom cheerful at moderate cost $1.2: I). It. Chairs) reduced, toCoiigokunt n.....''''-.05cRegular
.
.. .... .a. _._. u u." wonderful
> > reduced to.. $i.,7fi Kimare IIt"hy., ti new end precesi $'.".IH' J). It. Chairs I reduced t t to n----....$1.08
I It.ltlllllr1.110\ () t Hoitg 1 Kong tracker, = They do nut fade 'in the sun, lie Hat without+"I.

Chili, reduced (II......$ Regular KS.fiO Bong i KOUK for thy are ,< Regular lrt.l.O: leather Rocker" reduced to,..__.$10.1S u': Regular 75c: D R, Chairs, reduced to............-.-.( :;.

Regular $HO,00 leather Rocker, _.;ifah reducedto Regular $1.00 D. R. Chairs, reduced to____________89c

._-.--____ __ ________--_ $21.00 Ji' y'r' fc f Regular $1.75 D. R. Chairs reduced to __________$1.19

Morris Chair reduced to..______$18.00 I Regular $3.50 Iron Bed reduced to____________$2.75
Regular $22.00

Library Chair, reduced to________$14.98 Regular $4.50 Iron Bed reduced to___________.$3.75
Regular $20.00 +

Regular $9.00 Reed Rocker reduced to__________$7.98 i t 4 Regular $5.00 Iron Bed reduced to______________$3.98

% __________$6.98
Regular $9.00 Reed Chair reduced to_-_ $7.98 ij 1 Regular $8.00 Iron Bed reduced to__

Regular $17.00 Fibre Seat reduced to__________$12.50 Regular $9.50 Iron Bed reduced to.l____________$7.98

Regular $11.50 Chair to Match Seat reduced to$7.65 ? Regular $5.00 Iron Springs, reduced to__________$3.75

Regular $11.50 Rocker to Match Seat, reduced to-$7.65 Regular $8.50 Felt Mattress reduced to________$6.75

Regular $16.00 G. O. Music Cabinet reduced to$14.48 t :,. x x X ..x Regular $12.00 Felt }Mattress reduced to________$9.98

Regular $2.50 Tabourette. reduced to-$1.98 Regular $5.00 San Couches, reduced to ,..---,.$3.98

Regular $2.00 Tabourette, reduced to-$1.48 Tht..how.roneoleumRa No.32. The color*.r*Pom- Ss 9s, t Regular $10.00 San Couches, reduced to_____....___$7.25

______________69c pet.arejwithswo.had.ot
Regular $1.00 Tabourette, reduced to 'tan quiet nnj Oriental fare**, green ctiect.giving Regular $3.00 San Cot, reduced to______________$2.65

Regular $3.50 Rocker, reduced to______________$2.48
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& Son EVERYTHING TO FURNISH
OsceirHeirici
COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE I I THE HOUSE

I FURNITURE "The Home Outfitters"

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ShoesTHE
i Misses ChildrensShoes and



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New Arrivals in + 1 Wool Fabrics



Winter ApparalYcu 5i! That Please


cannot do better than buy your suit here. The CAPTIVATING SHADES: IN BEAUTIFUL:

selection is exceptional, there are Broadcloths, Mixtures -
WEAVES{ { AND FABRICS PRICED
Poplins, Gabaardines, Worteds, Serges, Fur
Trimmed Suits-in fact, every late novelty is included. VERY LOW
A our regular low prices. You can be sure of getting
tie right thing at the right price here.
Silk Poplins 42 inches wide, a beautiful range of.colors,


$15 to $$55 _$1.23_ duality---------------------------------____ __ __ 98c_

4 Silk Crepe de Chine 40 inches wide, Black, White andS
______ ____
Navy, this is the best $1.60 quality-...$L2U

S n t M I : : :
Chiffon Urundcluth t Gl I Inch, tint mm ilnrnn, Nn\y, Hu l <*e,

eU1j ft ttttleu.. l'1utn'htttl, Ureen mid tted
We tue hU1t1h\ f finest line uf CortUe\ \ \.ttr
.___ u.uun. U
it tlit.tuluf $LOU tiuidlty uuu tIutpuhlr
frhottii'=e\ery lute\\ idea ttiul e\ery Irtt1ullti.\ tuttfitbiit1 l+l'ptI'
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$7.50 to $50.00 Wind Cm in "HlrteH' ntHI Culurn.. I'lrtin' ntHI fntWf+ WtJhWIi,
till\ \N an nn wfHil( falirie' anil with ".no

anti,' '1 IS5! at--.,.-_--+eese-trr--t-atra. ........... '1PJEv (


nin'H G g0r1j P \':; Serges 38 inches wide, Black, Green, Navy aad

i) Belgium Blue, an exceptional value,,_,,...,.....50c

You'll most admire. Never before have we had the

pleasure of showing such a charmingly exquisite assortment Cream Serges 54 inches wide, all wool, an extra good

The colors never were, so alluring and never one at $1.25, special at________________________98c
were laces and nets arranged in such beautiful combina-
tions. ,
French Serges 48 inches i wide, Black and Navy, all wool,
$10.00 to $35.00 rin ,
low$1.00
this is an exceptional value and priced very

ISINCTIONlwDRESS.ca-. uaoco.nc..


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;) ,; !o;:? Desert Without I the Main n


THE BIG B SHOE

1: Course Won't' Satisfy %\ SALE


F a t'ontlnuts with n rueh \-Ufd
ti hungry Men ,\>' until rhllr 1ft.ml .

\

\ In t tliu * \\.ii. IIUMI whet honb\\r fur 'ltlt1w() n value won't huy
Uun't :+ thl Woiulrful Opportunity\ tit purtlu w Illyh (balls Shoos nt "uehNH''l'Unnnl
\ ulylo unUiHH AMUlhy fwhrlc cues i with lt- tylt> nlone will mR"pI low pricp,
I k kilt\ No l :'1Iufi' nnil ChlUlren'n Shoes for,.,...........----f----------- $1,00.
them t ''' look, hut It won't "looso") their purse Htrlnga, In; 1 Kuppen* Lot 'u.2: Minuet anti ChlUlren's' Shoes for----?.......*.........---..,., f 1,00
I I/it No a Udleii Shoes! worth up to $5.00 for.**,..................,.**.$2.liO
)hi'lnu-r ritithi'H' retnlllnv from $18.00 to thosewhich
f $30.00 men get ..
Lot No 4 I LndleV Shoes worth up to ,.1.00 for- u.:1.1:
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t bit No 5 LmlleV! Shoes \\orth Up to $&00 tur = szaazaat zaz= zamn ':-Nft
p ntl1 errant ut the lltiest of foreHio t t mtlN 111 durability! )
.Ii t:: bit No 0() LftrtieV! Bhoesotth Up to $!,fiO fur:==zzzzzzzzzz:a.zz=:z_=zaz'6.136
t"t. IR11, tti\tUl'til Jitttterlt dell Ntthle (Come In Hndi! \ t IN+ "Hhtm. YttUi bit, No 7 1 bulks'\ 8hoe!, exceiitionhl value l for==ssa===,as=z===..___----" $l.tlfi
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ORLANDO'S LARGEST STORE. "QUALITY DID IT."



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ROUND TABLEAt I
the meeting of the Round Table
this (Sunday) evening at Unity
Chapel, Mr. E. B. Bradley will reada
l Park Ne\vs\ paper on "The Florida Tax Sys- -

who tem.are This interested.meeting is open to all Do oirChristmaS


LOST OR STOLEN-An all white
female bird dog. Has speckledears.
Daily Budget Of Items ConcerningThe Reward.. Answers Hiram to name Powers of, "Nellie.Winter"

Town And Rollins College Park. ll-27-3tc

OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND

HONOR BULL SECOND MONTH, .... SURGEON-
The Churches
At
WINTER PARK HIGH Dr. Howell osteopathic physicianand
surgeon, announces that he has
SCHOOL returned from Harvard Uhl.ersity.whe.e ,
Chart TEMPLE he took post graduate work in
First Sabbath Home," I eye, ear nose!! and throat diseases.
Frances comfort, to all Also physical! diagnosis! (nerves
heart lungs: klddeys and other viscera .
seek rest, to all
Second (
), and electrotherapy and conta*
Hoppett, to all\ who tn- pious diseases. Uifice, Cheney buildin .
Third !! lthl "!''Ihl to all tf, optmslte SMH Juan holt: ) Telephone .
UlTlce au) teldehct\ 10l8, SHOPPING EARLY
fllotlk, fielmn ) I tote, to all who
den, Maude who oueht to till\
FwuKh (! ", ( \ M SrtVlouri nftd Itt 1
MilletllHiltlf. "' \ till* bhUrth titft-hot t GRAND
,1hhl'' t t'atnid,, l I \ \ ; III slip!! (mini!?! bf\:
t ttllt ", ( I >'H! \WtlrHittflU' \ FIRST CHOICE Complete Selection LESS I HASTEHere's
Milt; I'ttHHti' : I \ : ,* t Hgltt! itt"af hit
HllHh! t, ""IIH \ ; ftit"tit I ItHH)*" HHll
Hwh i t flt" = ; ; WMOIIHOWCJEOHflfi( ( I Something Extra Special For Our
; ( fl. I'HtiUHll' )l
H.t., IlttW/lf/ \ I : |HI ('t-I ,
''MJi i, ''lk'tt' lf : and
HtMh : Nielli J ,+4p :rill- Saturday Monday Customers
""jHlin N&PI: HIt 4f qj.hHHII:
I thrMh: : tlj.hP'H1: will recta > ( 1 MEINfi'S, -- -- -
Hilly Hale. ; a, m. New class,
>> bliss Iet FIVE PAnT DRAMA
Ninth (}r Ii I aney
in the church a4.H- EXCLUSIVE SJLK .PATTERNS
pthy Harrison "THE MONEY MASTER"Featuring
Tenth Qrade! or friends! not For Kimonas and -exquisite designs in SPECIAL 2 DAY SALE OF RJIWQNS{
cordially! invited.! figured! poplins, charmeuse radium, de
ence Keezel. ; crepe In plain and fancy taffetas, satin damas
at U a. m. and 7:30 ChlOe, crepe meteor, etc., a full length in each pat- 0' Dresden
and h.
Eleventh tern, no two alike. c widths, splendid for fancy
Elizabeth { in the pulpit. FRANK SHERIDAN Regular values up to $12.50 the pattern, on Sat work, worth 25c and 35 cents yard.
Wahl, Paul "Why Men Need urday and Monday,
for the popu- Sat and Mon 19c
Your choice yd
$4.98
.
"The Second Supported by
MENT No doubt many
Mr. and of the opportu- AN ALL-STAR CAST

nounce the this service. Do Your Christmas I
. daughter, Attentive ushers. Founded on Cleveland MolTett's Shopping Early .
Hotard. of meeting 6:30 p. m.
ding, which is vesper ser Play
a meeting of until the sec-
tains of "THE BATTLE" Do Your Christmas Shopping EarlyCURTAIN I
ago, will take --

ture.Miss D.CHURCH D., min- GOODS REMNANTS IN CUI

est lando's and most lOc 15c White Cream and Ecru Marguisette,plain bor.The popularity of our Cur
school and .. evidenced in the large t
-- - quant '
who is R. O'Neal, super- der, extra fine quality. Special price. have already accumulated. _
great success ; Branch assistant Monday any length of from . 1 W. d
J
many friends Special home mis- THE[ LUCERNE[ Sat and Mon I9c At half i tide 4.

CANOE of worship, with
The : ; Portrait of ..1
Canoe Culb

trip up the of praise with 11, .. .
tart will be TilE NEW FILET CURTAIN NET MAISH" COMF t T :
; "The Soul's Indebt
day will be 1 I TOMORROW One of the handsomest curtain drapes we are 25 only of thin famous mak- 'i'. 'T
sion. The )' at both services. showing this season. ; In white and ecru' pretty and combination coloring. ; our r.< II
Ironed by conventional design, ipecial price, .
0rganlsl Walter Sat. aid Mo ; :
town, and )" : ) Sat and Mon 29c ._ .

ben are l & EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION PANSY IJLANKE. ..?"*?,
iday with TUB SILK WAISTS
CHURCH
Preferred by a goad many to the regular comfort
avenue and Went What we have left of the awning stripe, PUll) er full alie, handsome design, dainty coloring,
WOMAN'S) Willow and Taffeta WaUt, regular price 92.&Q.

A regular welcome.'t I Gordon Oi4S., minister. (for three nights only) Sat and Mon $2.25 Sat and Mon $2,19

Winter Park
at 11 a. m.; sub "PRINCESS 7.ELDA"
held next \\
and Light
comber I 1. at !
the Poetry of Ed. Do Your Christmas
A full att ." THE WOMAN OF MYSTERY Shopping Early
queittd '
a will meet at 7:30.
from the State Wedneiday after. Giving a remarkable Telepathic
DeLand and will read "The 36 INCH GOLFINE CORDUROY
committees.SERVICES.
DemonstrationFOUR
by Zona Gale,
We gladly announce that we have tecelved a further -
: : invited. REELS OF GOOD shipment of these extremely popular fabric.
We have (In stock now white, ruby, sky gray,
CATHEDRAL
First PICTURES watermelon pink navy and black.
The brick ) It. Kemsen, dean.
C. T. U :! Sunday in Advent. Special price 75eMen's
: Communion.
Preaching. !5c "Same Little I'rlcf,." lOc
o'clock, and i : ) school.
Sunday !: prayer litany
Hoard man, ; "What la the t
9:45. MISS MAY HARDAVVAY FurnishingsWe
n. Y. P. U. !: prayer and !
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHERWINTER
The meeting are receiving shipments daily of high class Fancy Silk Hose-new combination colorings
young people Teacher' meet. PARK FLA. holiday neckwear, exclusive patterns.

take Midweek some -- Prices 50c, 55c, $1.00 up 50c and 75c
Schultz Building. Phone 406
day evening N SCIENCE MEN'S HATS Initial Handkerchiefs in Linen and fine cambric.
Whoever 9:45 a. m. Just to hand,-3 new shapes-advanced sprinein GLOVES
pecially a. m.; subject "An- All Work Neatly and Accurately Done Pearl Gray Hats.Special.
these Necromancy Hypnotism,, alias De 1 price $3.00 kid.Dress and Auto Gloves, evening gloves in silk and
the
pastor or Room No. 3, Schultz Bldg.
tion plate.
your service, 7:45. Dr. C. W. Fain
South Orange
C. E. street. Entrance DENTIST Do Your Christmas Shopping Early

Sunday Office Hours: 8 to 12, 2 to 5.

Preaching Morr.mr Sentinel WINTER PARK FLA.

tries.morning" Our Grocery DepartmentIs

Y. P. S. C. MML t 111111111 '.
Virginia fully stocked with new preserves-new fruits-new shipments of everything to
Harris. tempt the appetite.

vestments.Evening L: Do It Now THE DELICATESSEN SECTIONis

Prayer : proving a boon to many; are you among the number?

Wednesday a "BUICK" or a "FORD"Car
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Everybody ---

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W.Sunday L. and be satisfied t I

Rev.The .' Dickson-Ives Co

services at 7 '

Come and ?! Park Auto Co. :
All "
"Orlando's Favorite Shopping Place. Orlando, Fla.Winter .

mon.All 11 10:30 a.seats a.m. : OPEN DAY AND NIGHT


Strangers 1111 e e i 0 H H I M I M I ? 'ltlllrll'IIIIIIII"


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CIVIC .LEAGUE NOTICE I b=:: ===0 lrnu=- I JI Ci1
; There will be a meeting of the Civic

I r r { Uflbiiif1 I League board at the SorosU Club Get It At Allen'e"
room at 3 o'clock, and a meeting of Delicious !

.
the League at 3:30: o'clock Monday.The
program will be dispensed withas
SOCIAL CALENDAR PRESBYTERIAN LADIES' AID there is a great deal of business

SOCIETYThe to come up, and also the report from '
Round Table, 7:30 Today p. m. Address, Ladies' Aid Society of the the State Federation meeting recently Hnyler's r' I Ice
E. M. Bradley "Florida Tux Sys. First Presbyterian church will spend held at DeLand.
tern." 4Munday. the day in the church parlors Tues
November 29. day, November 30. A midday lunch, NOTES OF
SOCIETY; INTERESTOn
Meeting at LeRoy It. Giles' office to
organize 1'en.Ileblenlc Allocation. provided by the members of the society account of the Christmas holidays .
Miss Margaret Hart entertain at will be served for which all there will be no Suffrage teas CreaM V
bridge. friends will l t.. invited
Meeting of executive board of Civic visiting to pay during December. The next tea U :1
:35 S rents Ladies interested in church
League! Boroiii Library, 3 j>. m. set for January 27, with Mrs. Mahlon
Meeting of the Civic league 3:30.: work are cordially invited to come Gore as hostess Mrs. J. K. Ensign: :
.Tuesday, Novrmhrr 30. and enjoy the day. as chairman of the program (lommlt.t. Watch Bracelets
Tildn rerson wedding.Mini lIy order ItoberU I L. llranrh tiontfM', lto- ..*, and. M'". Fred W. Stanley in S Sodas
allnd Club. charge of refrenhmnts. On Friday Convertible Into it rcKulur watch: or run !I" worn on n
8oro ls Club. AddreM, by llUhop IIIU .F. HdlowN Mecrvtary.rilAKMINCLY afternoon a very pleasant. ten was neck chain and ,
Mann on "Morld Wild Ii low..,,,." ; twenty twenty-live' year and "solid gold
-
,,' Helen I'ut- held, at Mm. (Jnnton, II. Edwards'home : V 1
VuilneM iII MIeN
nam HoiiUii.WtdnrMlay( . Drcrmlwr) I. compliment to Dr. and Mm.. the event at DeLnnd) leadingto with Whipped CHRISTMAS GOODS: AIt1411BiIB: :
Twentieth Century Club Mrs W. 11. Henry Granger Hanchett, Mfg. J. the admission of the League into
Robertson honteM. Robinson-Murphy gave an al fresco ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS_ ,
the General; Federation of Women'sClubs
Wednesday Card Club, .fu. O. 8.Koblnnon : Cream ,
hostess. dinner yesterday in her oak grove on and also told of the passageof [b.

Fortnightly hostess. Club, Mrs. Irwin Dunn several the hill.measures The place of music cards taken contained from the suffrage amendment.Mrs. I I ==OCh.:: .dJ

Dr. and MU Porter entertain the Dr. Hanchett'a compositions. The R. T. Carriss, Mrs. V. II.

Now and Then Club. guests were Dr. and Mrs. Hanchett, Palmer, and Mrs. Jerome Palmer A COAT OF FRESH PAINT
Bachelor Girls meet with the Misses
Gage at the Wyoming. Miss Ruth Hanchett, the Rev. Dr. gave a silver tea party at the beau. Ice Cream 4W ': iiiilI makes a house more attractive, preserves
Unity Circle discussion of Modern Alfred Rickert the Rev. Dr. and tiful home of Mrs. R. T. Carriss, on it from decay and renders it
Drama; Rev. E. E. Gordon leader. the Conway road, Friday afternoon dr more saleable at a better figure. But
Mrs. Edw. T. Poulson, Miss Edith you must use'! the best to the
paint get
Entre Nous Card Club Miss Roberta for the benefit of the Baptist Ladies'Aid
L. Branch hostess. Robinson, and Miss Claire Robinson. best results. The right kind for the
Thursday. December 2. -0- Society. Those present were delivered in purpose too. Come here for all paint
Rosalind Club bridge party, 3 p. m., Mrs. W. L. Dolive, Mrs. Ernest Crux, any A information of any kind. We don't
SEVENTH BIRTHDAY i
Miss Elizabeth Porter, chairman.W. Miss Annie Crux, Mrs. Rush Palmer, L charge for it and charge but little
R. C., at home of Mrs. L. F. Brig- Thomas, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Albin Hoequist, Mrs. R. T. Peel, quantity for the fine. paints we are prepared
ham. Arthur Butt, celebrated the comple- to supply.COLEMAN
Mrs. Jack Porter, Mrs. O. L. Gooden
Club Mrs. G. H. Mc-
Here and There -
his ---
tion of seventh afternoon -
CuMough hostess. I year yesterday Mrs. Frank Hoequist Mrs. L. L
Kil Kare Klub Mrs. F. N. Boardman by inviting a number of his Meadors Mrs. Wm. Smith and Mrs.A. At Orlando Paint & Wall Paper t..

hostess. young friends to a birthday party D. Wells. 205 S. Orange Avenue
Friday December 3. which was held at his home on Rob-
Nullos Club, Mrf. C. B. Robinson The Board of Governors of the Phone 261.
inson avenue. Quite a number of little
RBAN
hostess.W. Country Club announce that the reg- &
C. T. U. business meeting, Mrs. folks were present and a delightful ular dance which was to have taken Jg
A. A. Gould leader. i afternoon was enjoyed. Appropriate
Saturday. December 4. I refreshments were served. place on the 2nd has been postponedto
D. A. R., Mrs. S A Robinson hostess. the 9th on account of the Rosalind
Papers by Mrs A. L. Forde and -0I'AUACUAI'IIS Club dance on the 3rd. The second I I
Mrs. George Banschbach. OF TilE SOCIAL CAREY HANDFUNERAL
WORLD dance of the month will be on the
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BIRTHDAY PARTY On December 15th the Daughters
Some twenty boys held a jolly
t of the American Revolution will celebrate Pharmacy DIRECTORAND
thee
Little Miss Grace Cat-mack was gathering Friday evening at the home
honoree yesterday afternoon at a the ninth anniversary of the
i
of their Sunday school teacher, Mrs.
founding of the local chapter with I'HONK 20 EMBALMERAll
in celebration of a
pretty party given
I g. E. ices!, Jr, who entertained them
her ninth birthday, Twelve girl birthday party at the home of the
with a pichitf! supper at her home on
regent, Mrs Ahtift L.KXl'UIWION horde" .
fiends attended,the affair which took North Orange avenue,
it. =6=
it thaiainty
hutf! ) I'LANNKll The Twentieth! Century! Club will calla answered Promptly Dayor

l i l A personally!\ eendueted\ ttmfi t,,' meet en Wednesday! afternoon at the HONB( HUH HUM Hand
home ef its l president, M fil. W. H.Itoberteon Night. Blocks
tts i w. w en (party will leave 319) south\ Orange
o 1 If!. '::1 >@ re( avenue( at 8 e'eloek today to gfl t l on Ilill@r@ avenue, Reedy tft rliftrV all phone M ,
U
-tQiI gee I str Violet hell Florists,
..f I'", ie of the Jungle near LaKe Cherokee! The CATHOLIC? CHURCH J, M I'gruthers.\ _I 1.1I 83=fit? Orlando, Florida. I
M. 's w t. (role, party will go direct to Lake kucerne
I "
First in Advent,
Sunday
'r a t.., is ,at from the starting point. Everybody Sunday' school, 9 a, m IOTrOn Thanksgiving day small l| PHONE Ill RES1UENUPBONC 4S7,
welcome. black pocket book, containing bills,
I MASS' and sermon, 10 A, mi
: ----- Finder Wflj return same to this office A
Rosary and Benediction, 7(30( p, m, and receive reward. U-27-3to
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a. In. I
Cto Explanation of Catholic belief and

tp tRod worship Tuesday, 7:30 p. m.

All welcome. : FRANK A. CUKTIS WILLIAM B. O'NEAL
SKATING RINKEvery

CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Services at 11 o'clock in the Christian -
and Missionary Alliance Hall
No. 22 West Pine street. ----

L. W. Buckley, pastor.
Friday Afternoon SchoolChildren

HIGHLAND GROVE CHAPEL Session, Girls Sc,

Sunday November 28th. Sunday Roys lOc CURTIS & O'NEAL
school} at 2:30: p. m. Preaching at
3:15: by Dr. A. F. Richmond. Come
Lady attendant to look after the
out and hear him. Children Insurance Loans Real Estate

FOR HALE-Tomato plants and Boston .
lettuce plants. 1.. H. Newton Rentals
10 Gore avenue.. 1I'i.It*
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Our Representative At Thanhouiier. "When PROGRAM the Fleet November 26 ESTABLISHED 1M
Sailed." A drama In two parts.
American. "The Mighty Hold."
Ocala Fair Wired Another good reel. RUBE CARNIVALIIMMMIIIIIMIIiillliMilMMMIIiililMiilMliiill
Four good reels of Mutual movies.

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FOR THE GOVERNOR IN THE PARADE. : -.:-. .
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WE ARE UNLOADING FIVE TOURING CARS 'I" the South's

TODAY, WEDNESDAY, AND EXPECT FIVE MORE, .
INCLUDING ROADSTER, LATTER PART OF THIS "
WEEK.WE
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LEASE ANOTHER FIVE CAR SHIPMENT AT 1
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:::1 t t illttli1LIrl J. P. Stevens Engraving Co. now occupy their new
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I #[ five-story building, with every inch of space filled with

: !I the most modern machinery for the production of Steel

and Copper Plate Engraved Work.

Mt'1 _ The Imprint of this well-known Company upon the
ttf i ;; I, envelopes of millions of wedding invitations during the

past tWentY-lire years has made their name a household

word! throughout the South,

I. W. PHILLIPS & SONS To their thousands'! of patrons, it may be of interest

lo know that thl is! now the! l largest plant in the country

txdu"I\! ly devoted to Stool nnd Copper! Plate t Engraving, ,
210 S. Orange Avo
This efltablfoltment! too/ i is the! very! highest! authority

.'UUNtn: :\ that fAn be consulted' upon eorreet forms for any uoela! !

fun tlon.

Special Attention N given to the production of
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Engraved Wedding, Reception and Visiting Cards Also

Monograms, Addresses and Crest Stationery,

Those interested should send for their samples and

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

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PROFESSIONAL CARDS I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH I THANKSGIVING DINNER AND ORLANDO IS FAST PROVINGITS I
Corner Main and Jackson streets. ANNUAL DANCE: NAME

ROBINSON & BEARDALL John B. Ley, pastor. I
Strangers will find here a warm i The annual Thanksgiving dinner "City Beautiful"There ORLANDO ROOFINGANL

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW welcome, a genial fellowship, a relig- j commenced at five o'clock Thursdayevening
. ious comradeship, a refreshing spirit- in the festively decorated
No. 4 West Pine Sreet ual atmosphere, and are made to feel I dining hall of the College Commons. have been over 10 mile of SHEET METAL
brick streets put down within the CO
The table effectively ,
at home. Come 1 faculty was very -
Phone 161 liMe School: I, decorated with trailing green city limits in the past year, borderedon --- u ____ ____ n_ _ ___
Opens at 9:43: ; a m Fine orchestra, !vines and chrysanthemums, cleverly each side by concrete side walks,
which will Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
be this winter.
completed
excellent singing Efficient instruc- executed place cards completing the ,
tion Organized and visitors' classes.C. arrangements. Beautiful homes demand beautiful '
DAVIS & GILES t;. Howard superintendent. !I I The :Sophomore table was lavishly sidewalks and streets, and it takes and Rubber Roofings
Srrtlrea decorated with white and all three to make n beautiful city.
Preaching yellow
.
ATTOItNEYS AT LAW Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. I II roses banked around a gold crown illustrative If n good sidewalk has hot been, Cornices, Skylights Healing, Ventilating, MHal+l Ceilings

Phone 72 At the morning hour the pastor will of the class sovereignty, put down In front of your place you

speak Subject, "Divine .Solicitude ', thus! carrying out the class Color of nre hot doing your fart to make the Workki, 14 E. Church St. . ORLANDO
Room 6, 6, 7, 8,- for the Unsaved.! { white and gold. The other decorations city beautiful.,

Davis & McNoIll Block At night' Mr. Jeter wilt speak, con here In keeping with this color
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eluding hU evangelistic "t'flell. At scheme.
each of theee services the Pilendidthttir | Another table which attracted its Call the

t'tlyrytil will lie in charge of the share of attention was daintily lick OKLANDO CONCHKTKWOHKS The Eola
Victor Storbuck music", fur which several Fpeeial number prated in pink and white A beauti* I Packing Company

have been provided:! fut basket of roses formed:! the cen PR1.1NPO, #1ORIPAr'
ATTORN EY.AT.LAW and get figure.on all classes of con. I
Young Tropic Meeting terplece, and the color scheme was
I At fls45: p, m. the Senior Epworth further carried out il'the candle crete work. SpecialtiesCustom
161!
Phone Conduct their usual devotional shades and favors.
,League will ("'hone195 101 Long St.Slemons' .
fla bervice. This is a popular One group of students decorated Packers Modern Equipment
No. 6 W. Pine St. Orland
meeting full of helpful inspiration to their table in a rather unique and far Shippers and Buyers Cash f.o.b. Selling
aU who attend. from unattractive fashion by presenting Growers' Agents Personal Attention
SpecialThe a camp scene in miniature.
evening preaching service will Many other tables were prettily Growers, Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and arrange -
for harvesting and their
be held at the church and not at the decorated, great originality being MillineryI.ADlES. packing crops.
R. RAY WHITE opera house. shown in their arrangement. Fruit Packed and shipped as directed by the owner of the goods.

At the morning service those applying College yells were given by the PACKING HOUSE-Corner Concord Ave. and A. C. L. Tracks.W. .
ATTORNEY-AT LAW for membership will be re- various tables at intervals throughout HATS B. RULE Mgr. J. S. PAGE, Asst Mgr. C. A. COCHRAN,
ceived. the dinner. CHILDREN'S: HATS Packing House Foreman.Patronage .

Room 44 Prayer meeting on Wednesday at The following menu was served: We offer a choice selection of

Watkins Block Orlando, Fla. 7:30 p. m.Orchestra. Oyster cocktails Saltines Ladies Velvet Hats at $2.00, $3.00, Respectfully Solicited

rehearsal Thursday at Celery Olives $.1.00, $5.00, $6.00. ,
7:30 p. m.Choir Turkey Childrens Hats $1.00, $1.50 and up. H _
practice Friday at 7:40 p. m. Cranberry jelly Our styles are so good-and our
Worthington BlackmanATTORNEY 1 Note-Only two weeks till the Green peas Mashed potatoes prices are so reasonable that you will
of annual conference. Pumpkin and mince pie Cheese ACCIDENT
meeting our find our store the best place In the HEALTH
-AT-LAW Next Sunday night our monthly service Nuts Raisins city for millinery.
of song. The following Tuesday Cafe noir LIABILITY AUTOMOBILEBURGLARY

Phone 617 the last meeting of the official board. The "Gym" was beautifully deco- Slemons' Millinery PLATE GLASS
On Friday night of next week the rated for the dance which, startingat
Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck fourth quarterly conference will be 8 o'clock, formed the climax of the Store PROPERTY DAMAGE: WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION

worth Building. held. At this time all auxiliaries are day's pleasures. Myriads of butter-
required to submit a detailed reportof flies of all sizes and in all the rain-

the year's work, from which the bow tints, fluttered on silken stringsas
Phone 72 pastor prepares his annual report to a faint breeze from the lake drift- .

the conference. It is imperative that ed in through the open windows. CLINT BASS I Georgia Casualty Company ,
these reports should be on hand. Above the heads of the dancers a I
Paul V. HutchinsAttorney crescent moon cast mellow shadows PHONE 875

MOTORIST SHAY NOW "PAY AS upon the festive scene. West Jefferson Street GEO. A. HUTCHINSON, General Agent.
and Counsellor at Law YOU RIDE" The chaperon's corner was especially
I Acting on the sound principle that attractive. Settees draped with Successor to Orlando, Florida
automobiles can and will eventuallybe
Davis & McNeil Bids generally sold on the same basisas bright-hued blankets and banked with Hand Wood' Company Room 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone 700
and other
pianos, real estate commodities college pillows added to the generalair
ORLANDO, FLA. of value, Mr. W. I). Way, of cosiness. Spanish moss was
of Way's Auto Inn, local Maxwell Wood of All Kinds
representative, announces in this issue used in draping the balcony, and the ..
a time payment plan by which corners of the room were filled with PROMPT SERVICE
Dr. F. F. Thompson the prospective motorists of this city green branches which served as rest-
and Maxwell REASONABLE PRICE* A Sentinel "Want
without vicinity any can appreciable secure encroach cars ing places for gay butterflies.- 0 .0 .. Try Ad""No
DentistFormerly ment on their financial resources and Every one entered into the spirit
investments. of the occasion. The floor was crowded -
"Pay as you ride" is the concise from the first to the last dance. .1111111111.,1111111111,11'0111".000.001.:01011..II.II.III I.C
of New York in which Mr. Way summarizes
way Wall flowers out of The t
were season.
the details of the plan.
115 SOUTH ORANGE "Modern conditions often demand "Paul Jones" and "break in" dances
that a man make use of his entire were especially popular. *
Over Curtis & O'Neal's capital! in equipment his business," or declares in his professional Mr.- Among the out of town guests were Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree i

Way. "Often, even the relatively Misses Gladys and Grace Tilden, of
small amount needed to pay the cash Winter Garden, Miss Kathleen Hill,
DR. N. L. BRYANDENTIST down price of even a Maxwell auto- of Maitland, Misses' Ruth Isaacson, '
mobile is large enough to keep him Unless Budded j
Ruth Hanchett, Genevieve hey, and r
from taking his money from the
channels in which it is at work." Messrs.' Harris, lllackman, Lewter,

Phone 716 S01'1l'11'0 CREDITORS) and King, of Orlando.IN t from Bearing j

Rooms 2 and 3Yowel1.tJuckworth- In Court of the County Judge Orange 'Iltrt'lt rnt'RT, ftfctfctlkll ; lt'nltiAl"
County, State of Florida-In re Estate 'IT, IHAMIE!\ l'tll'\itt.!
: Bldg of Johnnha E. HI ltln!!. FLURIIU.ttrtt .
To nil Creditor, Legatees, DMrlbutet4 ) t.,. trees of a knownQuantify it
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and all Persons hating Claims Itll't"
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or IfcmatuU nitttlnst! Mid Estate! itm. M. MllK .
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nmrA' 1"AnmmPLUMBING In huildmtr a rum.e u i ili Hell fa, consider /II. MIN,' out fur t''nl.h .
(he cunvenience and economy of H.-I I .
buying aU your material. from one
firm. Whether you u+e brick veneer CIIUISnl.SUUS) leer's like these will work for you while you sleep They can't bo
wood! or stone, we furnish plans an.e..tlmates ., Exquisite selection. Alligator and grown overnight; it takes time Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
free. See samples and! Jap goods, novelties and kouvenirs.
SALLAS & SALLAS vices. Cook & Co., Christ building. ''Un ham & Hill, 22 West Church (one )
-11=:7-3tc < block east of A. C. L.) 1-11-28-titc'
20S Boone Street
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Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA
Phone 597.
I NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class

nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be ac-

complished by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DE-

SURVEYING L MAND trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -

five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery proauc-

Plating and Sub-Dividing tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your

trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER not a SELLER and YOU ARE
PROMPT AND ACCURATEWORK Ii'
interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your

time and money to bring it into bearing.

HAL A. IRISHCivil Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

Engineer you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof

proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing

47 Watkins Rldg., Orlando Fla. Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit .and plenty of it.

I Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's

REO 1916 work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our

F. A. PEPPERCORN Kay, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in

$950.00, F. O. B. Orlando comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it. .*
BUILDER and CONTRACTORPhone


37 I Are Here. Let us show you


L. Percival Hutton This Wonderful Car Ocklawaha NurseriesO.


W. Conner. Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y
PALMS AUTO CO.

ARCHITECT G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida
McNcill-Davis Building, Orlando ,

'I Florida. N. Orange Ave. Phone 400

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MISS KATE WILLIAMS TO WED I,east 20 chains south 12.94 chains,west GROCERY CO.
MMilMMIMMMMMMMMMtMIIMMMMMMMIMj, DEC. 1 ::20 chains, and north 12.94: chains, being FORAGE
MR. J. W. BRYAN
the north two-thirds of the said

Just A Suggestion! Miss Kate Williams- will become I Ii 40 acres.SUSAN A. HALL, as Guardian.Oct. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
i 'I 26, 1915. 10-:!6-4tw
'the bride of Mr. J. W. Bryan on the Telephone 638. 21 W. Church St.
CHRISTMAS IS ONLY FIVE WEEKS OFF afternoon of December 1, the marri-
Select your gifts while the stock is complete. We will be glad to age to be performed at the home of 1
lay aside your selection for later delivery. Miss Williams' sister, Mrs. Russell \Specials for Satur- Saturday and All Next WeekRED
Johnson, at Orlando Rev. Wallace
GIFTS
NOVELTIES MAKE NICE
"IVORY-OID"
We have them in Powder Boxes Wear, of this city, officiating. The : day and Monday
Look over our line of these goods. is witha I
Hair Receivers Picture Frames Baby Sets Manicure Sets, Shoe charming bride-to-be friends popular, hr ing had i TOKAY GRAPES, per pound . . . . . . . . ...... 15c
!lorIS, Card Cases, :Mirrors, Combs and Brushes, Fans, etc. large circle of numberless PILLSBURY FLOUR, 24 pound Sack____________________93c
the opportunity to form her official ,20 pounds Rice for _______.____$1.00 SNOWS HOBBY FLOUR, 24 pound sack . . . . . .. .$1.00
CAMERASReal pleasing acquaintances in 10 pounds Meal, Grits and S. OBELISK FLOUR 24 pound sack . . . . . . . . . .. .$1.00
Christmas cheer goes with a Camera. Let us suggest an position as money order clerk at the I IpostolTice. I Feed for ___________________25c PRUNES AND PEACHES, per pound . . . . . . . . . ..IOcSWEET
Ansco or Hawkeye, and bring your films here to be developed. which position she several has so 3 cans Tomato Soup for ._...,....25c POTATOES per peck . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2:>e
PERFUMES splendidly filled accommodating for the past and I,,3 cans Pork and Beans for _______25c SWEET POTATOES, Bushel . . . . . . .. . . . . . . 83c
suggestive of flowers are always appropriate as a years. Kind, herself a I,California Peaches, Apricots, FRESH SHIPPED EGGS per dozen . . . . . . . . . . 33c
for
Perfumes are time. Owing to the approach of Christmas, we obliging, she has won who extend Pears and Asparagus, per can 20c STRICTLY FRESH COUNTRY EGGS per dozen . . . . .40c
gift at Christmas Handkerchief Extracts Toilet Waters, host of warm friends, 24 pounds best patent Flour for _90c PURE CREAMERY BUTTER IN CUBES, per pound . . 37c
of of
line advance
have increased our of these can be furnished in fancy hetartiest good wishes in Granulated Sugar per pound ____7c PURE CREAMERY BUTTER IN TUBS, per pound. . . .35c:
Colonges Sachet Perfume, etc. Any prices are not advanced during the holi the happy event. Mr.resided Bryan in is Lake-well :Apples, per peck ______________,50c BEST OLEO MARGERINE, per pound . . . . . . .. . . 22c
gift packages. known here having 6 packages any kind Washing BEST CELERY bunch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . lOc
days. land for several years, removing to I Powder for .....__...____..25c per FRESH SHIPMENT LIMBERGER. SNAPPY
TOILET ARTICLES when his JUST RECEIVED
Orlando several months ago Irish and Sweet Potatoes, peck _.35c AND CREAM
make practical gifts. You can buy Brushes Toilet brother. Dr. N. L. Bryan, located in PHILADELPHIA, BRICK ROQUERFORT
Toilet goods Buck, O'Meal, Graham, Rye and
i Sets, Manicure Sets, Travelling Cases and all other staple goods of that city. Mr. Bryan is popular witha White Wheat, per pound _____5c CHEESE.
this nature at our regular everyday prices. The selection of such large number of friends who will Tomato Catsup 25c size bottle _20c Meat
goods betoken good judgment, for they are beautiful, durable and take pleasure in showering him with 3 cans small peas for ...........25c Department

useful. sincerest congratulations.-Lakeland FLA. ROUND STEAK, per pound . . . . . . .. . . . . ..17eI
CHOICE CANDIES Telegram. Honest Weights and Measures I FLA. LOIN AND PORTER: HOUSE, per pound . . . . . 17c
You will of course want something good in the way of Christmas CHUCK ROAST FLORIDA, per pound . . . . . . . . . lOc
I Candies. We are agents for the Johnson Chocolates and Bon Bons. | CKUMAXS: RUSH MEN: AND= CHUCK STEAK FLORIDA per pound . . . . . . .. . .12!/ e
J ;' Those who want attractive gift boxes of Confectionary should ; GUNS; = VIA TUB 1I.\ lm! : Cash Grocery Co. FLA. BEEF ST" W. 3:S pounds for. . . . . . . . . . . . 25c:

place their orders early.LUCERNE. TO (i.tl.l.ll'll.lLondon."Further ) G18 7 E. Church St.. SAUSAGE MEAT. 2 pounds for . . . . . . . . . . ... . .27;)c
Telephone
or FLORIDA PORK HAMS: whole. per )pound? . . . . . . . . ISc
I arrivals munitiona n.OUIDA. 1'OKK CHOI'S, per pound . . . . . . . . . . .l.p c
I
PHARMACY and l troop' at Uulenrian" portson FLORIDA PORK STEW, per II). . . . . . . . . . . . .12'2cWESTERN !
TRADING CIUX'liHWhen the IhinuUe are reported, miysrimes 1\ : PORK CHOPS 2 pounds: fur. . . . . . . . . .I5c;)
PHONE 2. WE GIVE ; ; dispatch! from Bucharest. "It 1 1is : Tampa T SpecialVIA S SMCKI U HAM. 2 pounds: for. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ISc
In KMmmeeMl the Palace Drug Store. calculated that some 1,100 wug" SLICED UHEAKI'AST BACON, 2 pounds: for. . . . . . . .ISc:
iliMM loads) of munitions, artillery and meIcines < .. SLICE IlKEAKFAST 11ACON 1 pound boxes . . . . . ,33cIIKST
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MMIIMMIMI Mill I have now been landed in Bulgvrin 1WEAKFAST BACON IN STRIPS, per pound . . . 25c:
;
.. . HIM "' I Including two 42-centimetre gum. I nolLKD HAM per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..*5e:
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H.II...It..t... .. It. It It Is said, for transportation to (!nllpoll. I
.20c
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ALL PORK SAtlSAUE, per pound. " "" *
Line
Cot Atlantic Coast I SMOKED; ('OtIN1'USAtJHAU1) < per pound . . . . . . . 20e
I Specials An official statement British from : MINCED HAM, per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..2IJ(
Grocery /
aetu
ptahllnople today down says a Unlllpoll ot 1 Btatidard tlallrofltl ut the( fcouthUeihaUgUtaled ; HENS LIVE:1. per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . , .20
t'luhe was shot on SPRING CHICKENS; ber titiutul " . . . . . ; , . . .. ,22t
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For Saturday and Monday Sunday: the pilot was raltuF ed. Nor. iDlh-iOth . . .22?
WHOLE,
I Vlbteht atlllleifltthtlhg ARMOUHS( STAR HAMS, ) |ttllf pound ; ; ; ; ; ; ; t
there
Mnhtiri was! : uUttd. 2
HWII-Tfl; PREMIUM, HAMS WHOLE( ttlit'| (1UNWRAPPMH 1.1. ;
t falter' _______ __J!6d nt gfdti-tl tinhr. ----- )
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per to at private ur puul Parlor Cars .t, 0.U .
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Potatoes, per peck _________________________8cit sale, at such times and place as ma Y Broiler-Observation Free Reclining Chair Cars Stan. :
Potatoes, peck, ________________________3cur lie l approved by the said county judg i I!, dard Vestibuled Coaches and Combination That she has moved to
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the following described property, i: Coach and Baggage Cars.rI
) display of vegetables and fruits. which interested the as above to a named two-bevtnths person inte ai' I 110 Summerlin Place

est as heirs of Orlando J, MacMilla ,
I to-wit: I For Information Call on Convenient, yet quiet and Private, in a Pleasant Place where one can find All
WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS Beginning at the northwest corm'r I' that is Exclusive in Blouses, Neckwear and Novelties. .
of the southwest quarter of the soutl II.W. D. WHITE D. T. A.
west quarter of section twelve (1:=''i !I I W. K. O'NEAL. C. P. & T. A. Place Orlando Fla.iMMMIMIMMMIMMIMMMIM
township twenty-two 2'2)(: ), south < I 110 Summerlin .
Our Grocery CompanyTwo range twenty-nine (29) east, runnin Jt Orlando


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ind 8 E. Pine Orlando Fla. 1916 Maxwell

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Sturdy as the Oak : -

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Fours, Sixes and Eights-Speeders, Roadsters and Touring Cars,, L b

$795: to $1570 }1. 0. II. Factory.In -.
the Oakland you get power with the added feeling that you 4
drive the best looking car on the road. The Oakland Northway
revolutions minute, but that is only) -
Motor speeds up to 2,500 per V
half the story of the wonderful responsive power of the Oakland __ __
made __
Fours; Sixes and Eights: The motor is i the most powerful _
With its small) bore, long stroke and large valves, speed of revolutions
means n continuous' How of power, It menns not only smooth
but hill))) climbing nbllity unsup I\t'd.!
going on tho level road, n
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not only powerful, they are tho most .strikingly hnmlaome

inn on the road.

2.1.flying'edge-Low Center of Lines(iratlty Glee with Leant Usual Wind Uond Urnlntanre Clearance I Want You To Take T This Car Now

HH: (;treat Strength&, *lth 'Light&, Weight&,
,1.-)High Speed Motor nllh Great Putter

5: .-I'ronnnwith: LuxuryThese

nro Oakland points of SUPKIHOIUTY: all of which arc IIM in U=take the family out every SunoJA-rfAtI enjoy the many fine days right now for auto riding.

found In no other car And I have arranged that you may buy this 1010 )I..U-Ih. biggest auto value on the market-by

LET US SHOW YOU-Tilt CAn IS WAITING Talk It Over

t A Small Down Payment..-Balance Easy
J. -B. Magruder, Jr. With DeLaney

and lights-demountable rims-one man
detail electric starter
PHONE 34 The 1916 Maxwell is complete in every --
top-graceful lines-full five-passenger body-everything that the high priced car has-and you can buy

it and PAY AS YOU RIDE.
Card
The Proper Christmas

Is engraved to order for your personal use.Ve have a beautiful
line of samples and have taken several orders during the past Ways Auto Inn


week.It is a pleasure to show you these beautiful samples even il PHOXE 626 W, D. WAY Manager Comer Orange and Central

you do not

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1 QDES3y \V lIILE Constantinople is the
H Y RUSSIA immediate aim of the so-
and value of your home by put- fp 1 called drive through the Balkans Hammond & GoreFUNERAL

ting down good concrete side- t\. by the Austro-German armies
walks. II", aiding the hard pressed Turk it DIRECTORS AND EM1IALMERS
h is a mere minor matter in the
Our workmen are mechanicswith d "en ,. R v KOS EMQ/E Teutonic plans. The goal of this
experience and ability. t oN expedition is Egypt and the Suez Real Values Low 1'rlcea
Canal, a distance
of about 1,800
All work guaranteed to be ,s tniles from Belgrade, where the COMPARE
first-class and satisfactory! \ d/S n +raRl'rA ( Astro-German( atmles ate
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Call and get our low figures on wt F/d established. If derinah/ could OUR FURNITURE
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qV sei the
f <4 Sue 4 Canal l the British
nil classes of concrete work, ; Empire would be @uti twain, tot
tia iIr'y.! It is this Hfcfrew etfia of watef We provide the quality\ ff fufhitUf that has!i lutig feed ac

th t hahb th Iffts (0t lm t I cepted. by knowing fUfnUUfe Ity.ms a the otfthifaFtl( tit hi@tlt \It
OltLANDO) t'ONCItCTfiWOHKH : r .r/ tom,,,,,, yt ether, India would then be mena in Bfttete U here it U gowl. It waul lh't t-e here were \H 1 IUIl'F"'IllI,
#-r 8@!ed, thus ee0mphhing what& %We ean't make (this |Jlllln' tao 6le"f=!U la\ t-nc ('f the futindatian\
) at E 01..@. (( thi9 huein@Fs and that
V A Germany emJeivered to de in mean moth to Any burst
Manufacturers! of Concrete p@a@@ times by the kuildjnf @fr I
Products' r the Oaedad Railway.MAP _

407 Long fit I'hone 4t p ti 9pf tr" 1' } Nia l+7, 5i1k scaa/e o<.aireR I McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
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*-' w } 'hrRn A A S t A I Pt o R I Corner,Orange Ave and Church Street Orlando, Florida
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Convinced"Yes I

vOp'o vc
," said the specialist, as he' I
,00' 'oi
stood ty the sick contractor, "I can 6e .
cure you." +oT .
"What will it cost," asked the sick .. /
man faintly."Ninetyfive. O. VItMODU
dollars. u
"You "will have to shade your pricea P((1 rnsu
little, replied the contractor. **I
got a better i.id from the undertaker. NED T HRl1l1fJsen
The specialist stood! pat on his price
and his competitor rot the job. : U
U'e are specialists in our line of rczJ.7'.5RElJIZIYcf"
work and sanitary conditions prevail. .c
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It will pay you to stay on the safe !

side. Wlxrr : I:. A. WILLIS. :sciK.vnrir" t
Jl a..S'? TAXKDKR.MIST: :

Orlando S'Gwx .rf2er. ; de.tG { .: Tiixcdremy urk in all its hranclics Minis Animals Came; Heads,

cI5/C 1 + 07De'cro. I I'isli etc, mounted
true to life. SKins tanned and made (into
Steam Laundry '.,, Pl'lR7.SA6W Send me your next .specimen. rugs.
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FRENCH DRY CLEANFUSLAUNDEKERS + 106) W. VKACII STREKT I ORLANDO f TLA.Ilcautiful .

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1 cotutractcd
llirn Julie llra.v.n-ro. i
S. Helen Graves ,- -r Ap.) ThedrnRgingweiahtsfanunrnnAnedhoctsestrelcheslhe. .
--- -- --- mu that the contour or tbe
-- -- -- figure i.llpolled.1m .
IIKITAIN TO GATHER 4
Shampooing, manicuring, facial! and AMERICAN ent, but he promised to make a full :| Ambulance is now on the way to the Jl&1NI!' EDt the bUilt black where it be-
SHARES ** prevent the full
body massage scalp treatment for I ILondon.The statement on the project before the ina Jig liarmir* the bunt from
falling hair given under modern United States for presentation by l1 r lae .... eliminate appearA.or flab"in -
general public was invited to I -4101'fU r w. the danirrr of
join the e
scientific principals. My treatment Ambassador Jusserand. BRASS1ERES drancinr mo cl*.and confine the
for same has given entirely! satisfactory chancellor of the exchequer movement. I a: ,",a"dullino to the entire flesh upper or b dy.the .ijonlUer n YiDC a
results. My Like medals for Mrs. Harry'payneWhitneO ., .
special facial Reginald
massage McKenna gave, in They are the daintiest am]mocti erTireabI
brings back the youthful appearance the house of FRENCH founder of the ; nabl*-come in all materials and styles: Crow fmTn. ntsImari>
of jour former self by developing commons today, the first MEDALS SENT THREE hospital for J 1' sj Front Supplier lIand......etc. Bnned with *"W Hack alohn,Hook"thet,1

the muscles of the face neck etc. official confirmation of reports that U. S. WOMEN the wounded at Juilly, and for Mrs. _: rustles boning-permitting washing without removal.

Prices for switches of the best quality the government had begun negotiations - Robert Woods Bliss, wife of the secretary 'td n lave.we roar will denier gUUIy show send you him Bien prepaid Julie,Bnu.cieres.ltnot sample to show xtocketl. -
on application. yon.
made by phone, Appointment 679. Hours from can be 9 securities with for large holders of American Paris.-The gold medal of the for- of the American embassy in :;2S BENJAMIN At JOHNES, SI Warren Street. Newark, N. J.
the
to 12 purpose of obtaining eign office -!Ik--:
a.m"lto6p.m. bestowed
control of these for acts of great Paris, for her organization of the
PARLORS holdings. : devotion, which President -- ------ -
Yowell-Duckworth Building The negotiations Mr. McKenna has Poincare care of orphans, have also been dispatched ----- --- -- -
conferred
Room No. 1 Orlando. Florida said were confidential for the II upon Mrs. W. K. Van- to the ambassador for
pres- derbilt for her work in the American sentation. pre Try A Sentinel Want Ad

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THE CHARM OFOUR MAKE YOUR XMAS SELECTIONS NOWand


we will gladly lay them away until called for-this costs THE POPULAR

JEWELRYis you nothing extra-helps you-helps us.

WRIST WATCHmay


irresistible. It needs but a glance at our complete

assortment of What Men be had here in many varieties and at many
Rings, La Vallieres, Necklaces, etc. to
prices. We have a complete assortment
now, and no
explain their allurement. Come and note the taste Like
matter what kind you buy, you may be sure your
and novelty of designs, the exquisite L
character
of + 0.9'4o choice will be the best in its class from any stand-
It
p should not be
workmanship. And do not neglect to note
our point. Reliability and value
'tt+' hard to buy something are our watchword.

reasonable prices. We have a great variety of ? that a man Wrist watches this season are made detachable,

prices to suit every purse, and we can please you. will appreciate, we the bracelet can be taken off and watch worn with

i will gladly assist chain or otherwise, the same as other watches.

/ you. Let us show

Come To Our Storeand J a u have.you the things ue


Everything Is GuaranteedWe

we will be glad to show you anything, you will

be under no obligation to us for this. We invite Let Us SuggestWatches have only such goods that we as well as the

comparison of our stock and prices with any in the manufacturer personally guarantee. When we sell

land, and will sell the Fobs Tie Clasps we expect to make a friend. We want your patronage -
same goods as cheap or for Vest Chains Cuff Links Cuff Buttons

less than any mail order house. Coat Chains Scarf PinsSmoker Military Brushes and give prompt and careful attention to every

Set etc. detail of our business.

Let Us show You These Things Now, So You, Can

Think It Over Before Christmas Is Here
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I Ii T. .For One Dsf RATES-- -----.251 SENTINEL WANT ADS ARE READ BY 10,000 PEOPLE For F'or Sis One Days Alonlh RATES____"______-.b2a0. 73eUaya W I I

For Three _=:=.50c

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I Il' Is
I I. RENT= Furnished room with '
FOR -
single: bed, at a moderate price. I H R. BERRY ;
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603 Last Central avenue. 11-23-6t- I

I1Jjirrff r rI rIi
( FOR RENT-One 2 room and oneI

M I avenue.room house, at 400 West 11-27-31"Concord C I A complete line of Ford Acces- .


sories a staff of expert mechanics I
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furnished rooms forlight
I FOR RENT-3
Apply Tresher,, FOR SALEA
Ii IiI 503 hOusekel'rin\ 11-27-Gtc to render satisfaction in allI,,i

I FOR RENT= -Furnished----flat -for light Just lines of Automobile Repair ,I


1j 1 bed town.housekeeping rooms 209;Palmetto 1 ;block also street.from large center furnished 1127ticFURNISHED of Real EstateBRING Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and !: fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on

-- -- Gasoline, and fair and square ,

FLAT TO RENT, with - --- I
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all modern improvements including YOUR CHILD-I am pre prices. I S. West St. $2300.
private bath. 61r E. Ridgewood avenue
near large Eola. Call at O. K. paring a great display of children'sphotos
1127.6t'ROOMS for the fair. Want ever]
Bakery. child. No cost to )'ou. Every child
-- -- For Nine YearsWe
and under, negatives mad
FOR RENT= for light. housekeeping eight years .
free on Wednesdays and SaturdaysHoward's "
new house on Central a'enue
; Studio. 1-11-16-tC! have been in business at the
water and electric lights;
; city I C. A. HOVEY
FOR SALE one room with kitchenette from $10to
BUYERS AND= SELLERS location. Corner of South
--- same
connecting
- $15 (per month; 2 : rooms i
t FOR SALK OK KENT-Uy owner anew 'with kitchenette $22 per month; 15 I buy, sell, rent, and exchange re.,
modern bungalow with six minutes from depots and postoftice; estate. Have resided in Orlantio, Fla,. Main and Church Streets. IIII
and with bus place every hour over 30 years. Have handled! over;
large rooms hull, bath every jitney passing! .
convenience to make a desirable home; from 0 a. m. to 8 p. m. Address 0.000.000.: ). Cull and see me. I Phone 226Orlando's I II III
Lake Stntmel. 11-27-SU: '* 10- -3m F. A. LEWiER.
nice lot; desirable location near C F.I B.. care i
reasonable house ----- -- Leading Repair Shop
Cherokee; price ; I II
will be' completed latter part of =November FOR n"NT-A: good ten room unfurnished Umbrellas p8OV8cet and repaired and Garage I - ----- --- -
Also huts a six room cottage house, with modern oonvcniencr II"while you wait." av Young'a\ Repaii I

and a smaller bunuuloith *'. and well ventilated: just! the Shop, 21 E. Pine St.
und terms to suit purchaser thing! for n boarding house; located Inn
price taw and
lave also several' furnished rooms for prosperous, growing: town. Apply] with seal I make I L1.uub. J < Itc hiI1A'lcs:
rent. Address Kentucky Home, nil 1 to W I.. Story, Writer Garden. Fla. I =NOTXRY* PUBLIC of ,deids, mortgagesleases ,
ialty
WiO. n r
1'hone
Palmer street* Orlando. I 0! -:10-tfc. contracts, etc Price very reasnnable -

IMZ.lmo I Mis II. B, euke, 4i:; Ens: !'t
K..NT-Nirel; furnished rooms, I
FOR !! > lmo
1711
HMW111NTen I Pine street Phone - <
A $3,500 In new modern home; ('tie-half ---"
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!Mock from An>ler"on street, near StLuke's -- -
acre half young in bearing srapefruit, , Krnve'l 1 hospital Reasonable!' rates for CONSCIENTIOUS: CARP given n
two and a \ Pleasant ,
street limited' number of "persons -
room cottage and bath, garage, the season 40(1 Margaret !
home Modem convehiehces
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in
mile from to-2P-tf rooms new
en 1! and huusesj ono I I i It
tlou
rooms
City limits ] !>t oil brink UOX road.UwIhit 670\. ,I IItl'fettt'IM\ tll. tiertrude Revtmnit, ( ) llT..AND ()

1'. O. Hill RUNT: Furnished t pleasant 11 High street enst of LftkiEolrt
11 0 lineFOH ( mit-ee .............r
- suite of light housekeeping rooms,, : I 11-14-sun-tfiIlltl .. .
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-- lot t oh first!' flootj lath, Itt tohhedlon) ele Mtrie1
oo.l
ItldKewood BALK-three avenue, heat* Lake t\o\A\ un. lights( ntnl t tptephohei: tfrit-aee'! If ,, ( IIAUdAIN( IN COHNiiHliSIIHiNCU () ( :1t Cement Anatite Plaster and Lime

Will fell N-tmtate if desired. A hot, > desired' tHvate| family, 113:l 1-2.1 I! Northhtrtltt Into* ) : t"UH("' rHTYOWNIJU -- - -- -- ---

tt llif Utkett Hi wn *e, as! the MWhef "ntotot._____ ____ ,,--.=8 I : NN.HI58IIIJNT) r-., l
needs! the money: h'IUIII'| tu ht=I1Otm.ti i l lCktlr@h M. II'It I \) IH'N'f';: = liy ihn, ti rt:MiH, ftluttl AND Mll$'I' SUM., IN I 1.'

street-+ : -- or v/prtfj one ti|""iHifi! tint! fur lightIurtiephpeldngi DAYH. Wll.l. IMIOIMU'I) ( ,
? llulefcj Qijll I IVrile | ) clan dlll 'r \'* HHtjeltntriu 011) 1'Kll
Metal S 1 anti ',talk l NUT INCOMK()
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-lh (:ml1i, PI. rooms' ''HU-tftl. -' I This property=located- corner o.t YOU WILL HAVE MUCH FOR

ew, nice condition, with FOR HENT-Hoomsj Urge, Airy upstairs Magnolia and Concord Avenue, High

citrus fruit trees, roses,, nicely furnished bed room, twin, recently iron beds papered, convenient ,, in the center of the finest resident!

ation I near, lake| ,ooo kola:, terms. toilet and bath Also' kitchenette section of Orlando, Lot 85x90; rest,

flow 33, Orlando,, and use of dining room Nice dence built one year, and contain
ner,
u.6-.mpe ly dress located."Landlord Reasonable," care of the rates.Sentinel Ad,, two; apartments of four rooms each
11-16-lmoc modern in every respect. Owner has \\VIIICH TO BE THANKFUL

m 10 house acres, barn on brick and high-gar- agreed to sell for $4,250. Term

of four cash, balance in 3 years.
es cleared; 1 acre young FOR RENT-An apartment $1,000
.ing plant. $1,000 quiet nicely furnished rooms separate This is undoubtedly the best bu;;,
lann. ll-24-6tc bath hot water, electric lights gas;;; in Orlando today. For full particu
new house, very desirable; adult
OR RENT-One story only. 604 Magnolia ave. 11-16-tfc lars see the exclusive agents. r Thanksgiving Day will be a day of real joy and thanksgiving for Mother, too, if a Gas

fine lake view, all kinds - -
large garage best part FOR RENT-Large, pleasant rooms,, COOPER & ATIIA Range cooks your dinner. The modern mother knows that gas cookery has done away
bargain in town. Ad- two blocks from Eola park; boardif 1
oadway. ll-24-6t desired; private family. 205 Liberty __ __114 South Orange Avenue -., with the unnecessary, complexion-ruining heat of the coal or wood range.
street. 11216t'FOR 11-21-12t
OR RENT-Nice home
ten rooms bath, sleeping RENT-Furnished rooms for
located; only two blocks light housekeeping. Five minutes TWO FOR 0>E-HOUSE SALE
IS center; desirable neigh- walk from the postoffice. Apply tc If You Cook On A Gas Range

pply F. G. Rush. J. S. Pomeroy, at postoffice. Adults The two houses:! I have for sale a
only. 1121Gt'FOR the price of one are located on lot 71!
foot front facing east, with a deptlof 1
.-One new 1916 touring RENT-3 suites of new light 185 feet, number 406 Magnoh;
top, windshield and lamps housekeeping rooms with all conveniences avenue, between Livingston and Ame- you save more than your personal appearance. MONEY you save because gas is the cheap fuel. TIME
Act quick. Ford Garage,,. pleasant neighborhood:: lia. The section of splendid home
'range avenue. 1113ticEFOR near Eola park; a sunny "homey'. with grand old oaks arching th you save because a gas range reaches the "right heat" in a few minutes stays there and doesn't die I
place; 4 1-2 blocks from postoffice; streets. I
RENT-Houses,, 307 East Pine street. 1-21-61 I The modern 2 story house has on out at the critical moment. LABOR you save because simply turning on the gas starts the fire and

and unfurnished. Also first floor: parlor, living room, dining
some a..._.Jid lots. Call and see whatI WANTED room kitchen pantry, toilet and lavatory II keeps it lit. WORRY and UNCERTAINTY you save because you can rely on the gas range to keepa I
have to offer before you buy or -- -- - large living porch on the front
rent. Mrs. H. B. Leake 45 East PmJ WANTED-Hustling man for high'and. side latticed rear porch. constant heat and produce inviriably good bakings.!
street or 312 Broadway. Phone 179. class proposition for Orlando and On the second floor are 3 large I
10-8-dw-lmo vicinity, paying upwards $125 monthly. sleeping rooms, each having enam-
If you can finance yourself to the ,eled lavatories, piped for hot and cold
extent of $55 call Friday, December 3. water. There is also an extra large Come in and investigate
FOR SALE AT BARGAIN Mr. Parker =New Lucerne hotel. Personal screened-in sleeping porch, with room
Or will rent completely furnished, interview onlj 1-27- -3tc enough for the whole family. The
new, modern and attractive home bath room is large light, and airy,
pretty lawn and shrubbery, near Lake WANTED= -Work in livery barns or nice enameled fixtures all modern and I
Kola; two stories, five rooms bath, as teamster by a man who has had I sanitary.The .
screened sleeping porch and summer experience with horses. Will take house is newly painted and pa-
dining room. Address Owner, Box any kind of work. Richard Hutton pered throughout, shades are hung. it WATER & LIGHT CO
391, or call at 312 Ilroadw ay. General Ieh>'ery, city 11-: is wired for electric lights, fixtures ORLANDO
IMO-dw.tf S-3t.1 installed also connected with gas In
HOOKKEEI'ER: : .: of seven years fact, you will find every convenience
FOR OR TRADE. for good rience want permanent necessary for home comfort If you GAS DEPARTMENT
automobile 10 acre tract 7 acres clerical work Use typewriter well. I do not care to use the entire house, ,
cleared and under fence, fruit trees R I "11. K. W.," care Sentinel ll-27-2t the location, 'o near the "Wyoming,"
room house, irrigating plant 'barn and insures rentals of spare rooms at
garage, 6 miles from city on brick WANTED-To list all kinds 0 property 1 extra good prices. Always in demand I
road. Address "Trade," care of the for wale or rent. I am having ; or if you care to rent the entire -
Orlando Fla. 11-18.Imoc for houses, fur I during the .
Sentinel. nmnp applications house and occupy .. - '
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- nlahed and unfurnished. I will be tourist season the 3 room cottage on --- -- _
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FOR SAI.B-A good five room house triad to Hat what \ou h\\e. Mrs. the premises in the rear, you would - --- - - ---
in fine condition in good location; H. h. I-enke, 45 East I'ine derive n rental by which the propertytwill II Mill . III II II I 11111111111111111111111111111111
hot and cold water three lots; a bargain I'hone 17U, - IItree"l be made to pay itself out.
for quick bujer. Call at the There is a garage, barn and chicken 1
Summerlin. 11-:0-Ue:: i LOST house, etc Fruits of various I
I kinds!, everything right up to now and
FOR SAt.E Fine middle horno.cheap .IAST-A cameo culT button Return just!' a little ntiove the ordmarx in
See Jns!, [.. .lien. -2r-Ue to E.: C Moore, at Postal leleirranhtompan rainy ways
', ll-25-3tc It does not require much ready
l lilt AA Ut.ut5e; refrigerator and ) money n small ea'h payment from SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES
other market Fixture, cheap .t.tan LUST-Small open fl1'pII'atrh, on mpon lule parties will secure the
A. Knot 11-27-tfc pin, between Lake Lucerne nail the &property
--- Fmplre hotel Motiogrnm L. 11 L. on I. The price Is! tn.=wn. A I bargain at
'ott HAtl" At n bargain, 1ft h r etioef I'nrk. Return to Uilrth oil rtiRtnp Address, "1111t Tt'ullt To ntnl H-celte tewnnlI'M'Flt 1 E.; r. -.0t MJ, OCOEE
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niaiei 4) rooms, with family, 1 lots, east' side, as equity' on Send today for Catalog, escription List, and lowest
close m 80-J: North Orange a enue}. small cottage. Call 34 Church street call; anywhere at any time

I1-0-3whsc_ 1l 2a-6te \ prices to the above address
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)FOR RENT-Urge two story fur- AT CIIRISTM you will be proudto Cord nls' Transfer Co
nished dwelling, modern conven- give photographs if made at J ,
iences two sleeping porches two Evans', No. 102 North Main, one block
blocks from postoffice corner Jackson north of court house. Make the appointment 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487
and West streets. Jas. A. Knox now Phone 125. tllllM'I .
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MMIMMMIMIMMl J. . . 11.11. ........ II II It t 1.11. t. . r MMMMMMM--


ic Miss Catherine _Ley spent the

week-end in Sanford with her friend,
Miss Lillian l1I gln..

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Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Jones, of Jacksonville I
Lr spent yesterday In Orlando.
# # While here they made their home at .
the San Juan hotel. ,

i,. Mclhto-'hV Oi-cheMm- at McElroy's: '
. l l'hlltttUH')' Monday afterhoont

!4 i T To our Friends I .-. \1i I.H.H.M tl'''i Pi..In IH."II.!-.tttf ,prsrtl@p1, ItUf Np, Prepare for

I JHtttvriotvHi, Ni \',, tut"* imivett I Iillahlh I in
( ( |., 'lu f-i'pitil' ,HIP wiitlpp wild Mr, "
ahii' MF I, Ariliur tl', 11I-111111,
-- 1""( AUTUMN OF LIFE"By (
TlnuiWIvinw lirinjrn forcibly to the t)
h.f Mr, and l MM, Ch**, A, Clarke of
i !!I mitt\ of the Qltiwr* of thM Institution Jacksunvtlle, were among the arrival la '
that the marked success/ we enjoy fa lari t. in OrldnJu! jeMerJdy, registering at -- -
ly due to the confidence\ reposed In us by the San Juan hotel, They called on
several friends while here.
I. our customers

We would Indeed be very unappreciative _' RIDE in Jlamrick'a Jitney Bus one saving a definite

did we not avail ourselves of this opportunity = a hour, 12 miles for SOc. 8-28-tfc amount each week. We t

to thank you, and to express ourI Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Towle have arrived : 1M
appreciation of your valued patronage in Orlando from White River have several plans. Let

Junction, Vermont, to spend theirfirst
winter. They are pleasantly located us explain them
I THE at 212 West Amelia avenue.

STATE BANK Mrs. W. L. Cox and daughter, Miss: --
Dorris and Miss Irene Rhodes of
OF = t Dania who have been visiting relatives
in Winter Garden, were in Orlando : The
National
} ORLANDOMaxwell yesterday en route to their i Peoples Bank

home on the East Coast.
';it'': "It Is A Pleasure To Serve You"

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

Mrs. Frank Soper has returned
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from Bartow where she has been attending -
'-' school of instruction of the
'L
Eastern Star given by the grandworthy
matron. The school closed
: with a banquet Friday night.

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stevens, popular

winter residents of Orlando, have MIMMIIMMM , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
arrived from Atlanta, Ga., and are -- _

happily domiciled at the Wyoming A.4I r II" II r 11 r . . . . . . . . . . . . . J .> ....J... 1 J"4.: .
hotel where they have been making f. t...
their home for several
seasons.
At a bargain. $200. Come quick.

Ride HamricVs jitney bus, 5c:. .
1 W-lB-tf .

Mrs. W. E. Tuttle left I'etoshey,,
Haynes-Hupmobile Salesroom Mich., yesterday and is expected to JUST RECEIVED
arrive in Orlando tomorrow. Mrs.

Tuttle will open her Gift Shop on the ,
second floor in the Yowell-Duckworth

I building about the_first of the month. Some of those reliable STUDEBAKERS, 40 Horse
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Fish and oysters received dail ". Power Touring Cars t
II. M. Self &: Co. M0.6tcMr. .

and Mrs. Wm. Hall, of Warren
... R. t.. arrived In the city Fridaymorntgn $960.00 f. o. b. Orlando

establishing themselves at
e their winter home, 109 Liberty street,
where they will upend the season, its
has "been their custom tiuHhg the |bt
several .
yeare.Sseiege San Juan
cheeks!! are lU'nfltt'd] at! fah. Garage Company
,In the saving" department! of the!
New Ford Home I'eeplei Nailenal !lUhk. lllltfMr .
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And' Mff, ChAs, Tremaine
!, pop Orlando-Daytona
Now Open ular' and prominent winter resident p

ef Orlando! are expected! to arrive '
209-11 South Grunge Avenue today from poughVeepsie! N V,
Telephone 388 where they have been spending the ,
summer and as usual will make their
home at the San Juan hotel i

18-New 1916Fords Ride Hamrick'a jitney bus 6c. '. ,1. . . . . . . . . . . . . I . . 1 M -'T J ......-......- . . .. ,. . . 11. . . . . ,
18-18-tf

on the road. Place your order now Mr. W. D. Gleason, who has been MMIMilltMMMIMMMMMMMMWho " "' .sgss .4IsIseoee. .eeeeeer. I4$+

and avoid disappointment."Make coming to Orlando for the past eleven
years, is again cosily ensconced at
Will Be Your Executor?
this Ford Home Your Ford Home." his home in Concord Patk having arrived
yesterday afternoon on the
F. G. RUSH Tampa Special from Michigan wherehe ANSWER NO. 2
has been spending the summer. ,
r. .
Your estate may be materially) impaired as a erg-f I a+ i +&'
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Spross and direct result of the appointment of an executor I
son were among the arrivals on the or trustee. i

Tampa Special yesterday afternoonto When an individual is appointed-
--- - spend the winter in Orlando. They
The financial responsibility is generally weaker.It .
itlllli have been spending the summer in
Ttledo, Ohio. They are regular visitor is usually provided in wills that the person r *.
? to this city and will be located nominated to serve as Tutor shall be excused 1
at their home, 606 Magnolia avenue. from giving bonds. # s. ,.. '
The Right GiftIt
When surety bonds are supplied it is at the ex-
Mrs. Margaret McGhee, Mrs. Margaret pense of the estate, and then only partial security ,
Scott, Mr. Maxwell Scott and .
is such an easy matter to choose the right gift at Mr. J. W. McLeish are among those against loss is provided. s, r s''
When Trust is
selected-
this store-particularly if you shop early. who have arrived recently from the a Company : Y

Right now is the best time of all-the stocks are complete North to spend the winter. They The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility .
have spent the summer at Hampden is secured. '
the new things are in, we have time to give you the
Ohio, and will their suburban
occupy A bond which has behind it the entire financial Y
service we like to, and you can chose unhurridly.There's home just south of Orlando. They strength of the Institution is always filed with
a lot of comfort in have host of friends who
choosing leisurely-there's a are givingthem the Probate Court at nn mot to the estate.
satisfaction and there's profit. You can choose the right a cordial welcome. 1lr.Iax
Answer No. 3 will
gift for each and well Scott attended the Orlando high appear m a subsequent issue
one
right now when have the
you pickof > of this newspaper. a r ;
school and was the premier pitcher iD
the stock
you can frequently
save
money. on the team. He graduated from the
The first gifts to go are the most attractive medium
school in
high the
priced ones. Hampden spring. Come in any time and freely ask for further t t 1 t ,
information on this vitally important subject.
.. ROSE BUSHES You are always welcome, and our office are always - '
Ready to plant. Call phone 509. 1 glad to advise. '
408 Lake street. Violet Dell Florists.J. .

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



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