Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00575
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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: December 1, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00575
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Chamber of Deputies, After a TO NEXT MEETING DEC.

Bitter Wrangle! UnanimouslyPasses 9th-LAY YOUR PLANS SAYS FORD

Measure Sanctionedby NOW. THE[ PRfSIONrS[


+ . . . + + . + + + STATEMENT OF Highway Association met at the MAN SANCTIONED BYPOPE

+ BULLETIN: + EXPLOSION Board of Trade rooms last evening
London, Nov 30.-A Chron 4- and talked over plans whereby Orange 1IENEDICTPOPEMlUIIGTilliAlSIOl; : No OpportunityNow SENATOR; OWEN: DRAFTING

Isle dispatch! from Athens stales > county and Orlando may be well i I HILL TO OVERTHROWHtiNATtiTltAltmUNM) :
> that Monaslir\ surrendered to > CAUSE OF EXPLOSION IS UNKNOWN and ably represented! at the forthcoming

> the Bulgarians Monday + """'---- meeting of the association!! at For Peace ; . ') '

44 + + + + + + 4444 + 44 Oninesville! "tterember lt.! As the con
tipper Hugely Plant, :'t Mlles tetititm Will commenceVptlne!silrtjretching Mdtlithte' Srlltstmnter. UrlrJtlth.1) ----- Will OUST OPPONfNfS
1'aHn! Nov t)0.) .. utJr l'Uhttf, Northwest. ( t of Wilmington' $ llprphibfr! K, it I Is .plrthtipd; to LrM ttdttue ('uttr tt'"t'r. THINKS'''' IIUAM) WlttTLOCK) CHANGE

thousand F eheh buys' IN 'and, lit 'tt't'ltt'tl II>' TrrHlif that I Iits' Ollflhiln' nh't, Oltthtfp, t'inililv\ ,UU.UH'N: ( IIN'' 'I'I'U: TO) i
yenta! nf age of the clam of ll'li' I tluNlun11'lltnintttnn stele| jrtUi'li IprtVp lipfp iiitt 'later lilac "Sit} !* l Ptll'tt|> Will Will 11I'Iti:'; < It IM-WII.I. 'UN I'I'UWI'I'II ;: Ilrnutt'rnlM "Slmuul" ''''rlr'Ih'.

will I be tltll",1 l tw (lie! rllllltM I' tetts, ) ,,rIra IVPJnpslay, IUIIFIII"If, fop "t't'itce, tiles in Mi, l
All\ boat' IflPlltbpfn' of IMP, "oblll'1I1'|

'JliP, (chamber fit 111'11"1'| S tllj, atop- I ' |Ilpl.' | NHV an-A lill" IMVP m'fchp'l I'lntfritni'/ of 11,1'( New York, Now, !W. Henry "'111.1. !MAILS"" 'mr.)I:_ :M)>. IIt'jlltlli (it 1 100'u'itllrd

II16f. "rlfsr A \bitter' illtH'llttbtt.ll, HIMI.I- itlltl"m1 il tlPtl I by P itfUNU lit U"* e,1nt'anlbn, On Wtnlnewitty' night" whit i. lh'.VllrJII1' In to111t\ the. Iltl1i KrnmnitinnWellington(

lIumbly passed the measure recentlyFanrtionat "I'\Jllt\ I'tmiler' t'luiipaiiy\ tuuiirht Mid Iterpml.er H, then Hill be tlim'loiVexecutive utit of the trenrhea/ I by ChriadiM;" tn- 11'ilslnrlgt.i1, Nov. ,10,-Htwte IldI -
hat( t thirty men: were killed ami *even! I part'men! otfdMU\ who talked
| by the army f fomnuUtB uf anJ ff.mmiHel1/ I ing-II, day bent a snug rnblrgrfim to Pope' Nuv ,'10.- 't'n'tfl'
the chamber injured\ )' an explosion\ at the Upperllagely \ followed by a ret-together sleeting llci.etlift/ explaimiiif' the mission of Brand Whitlot-k, the American minister Owen, of Oklahoma, chairman of (the

The pew recruits in normal times plant of their company, three and stinker at the Masonic Temple hid peace party and asking hit assistance tn Belgium, today obtained the special committee that is drafting the

would begin their military &service in miles northwest of this city,.today. On Thursday morning the opening according to a dispatch from impression that he believes the time I cloture rule intended to overthrowthe
The cause of the explosion far is is not to make
1917 exercises are elaborate and will n<> Detroit. ripe peace proposals traditions of the senate for more
not known.UUS'fOS'H. doubt prove entertaining A business Madame Schwimmer, who was a ii the warring nations. than a hundred years, said today that
Koumania Cause Allies Concern session will then be held and re- delegate from the Woman's Peace An appointment has l>ern made for the fight for cloture may delay for

London, Nov. .30:-Houmania gave INCREASE ports of various committees will l loe Party to The Hague last June, said Whitlock to meet President Wilson several days he delivery of the president's -
made. In the afternoon there will be that on interviewing the he had tomorrow.It .
the allies new cause of concern over Boston, Mass.-Although Boston pope message to congress.It .
the Balkan situation today by serving proper has no room to grow an- several fine addresses by prominentmen. said that every effort which he had is understood that he will tell is due on December 7.
Every member in Orange coun- made to stop the war had been futile him the time is not opportupe for The
notice on Russia that she bars the nouncement has just been made by committee has reached an
Danube to Russian ships of war. Charles F. Gattemy chairman of the ty is urged to make plans to attend but that he would support their idea neutral nations to inaugurate any agreement upon a modified form of

,Roumania, in a'most energetic note, homestead commission and directorof this meeting. by urging ..neutral governments to ; peace movement, and Whitlock is also cloture which will permit the senate

according to reports received from the state hoard of census, of an help them. I expected to report to the presidenton I as a body to determine when debate.on .
the execution of Miss Cavell, theBnglbh
,Bucharest, demands that Russia respect increase of more than 200,000 inhabitants NEW 1HAMES KIVEIt BltlDGE; any measure has lasted) long

her neutrality and declares that in excess of the fiugres of 1910. UOTAUY CLfBS nurse. enough, and furthermore it has declared -
New Haven, Conn.New York. Whitlock expects to return to Europe :
she will "defend her neutrality if ntc- The present population, he says exceeds its intention of placing every
New Haven & Hartford railroad engineers on the Rotterdam, leaving New-
Atlanta (;J.i, Atlanta Democni tand
essary. 1',000.WILSON'S: now appear I'enuhliran on rornnl.,
are completing final York December 28.IMPORTANT -
arrangements more than likely to get the biennial and makes the prediction that every
for the building of
a new
UNVEIL OIIIO-MICIIIflAN: :\IOX.U convention of Rotarian Clubs for senator who opposes the innovationwill
bridge over Thames river at New
I EST MESSAGE GOES 1917. Since the recent state meetinga be driven from public life.
London. The present bridge was' SESSION OF
decided impetus( has been given to The Democratic members of the
built in 1S88 and 18SD: and
was originally
the proposition. The five Georgia; house ways and means committee
Toledo of
unveiling the
a two-track structure. In 190S,
terminal monument of the Ohio-Mich: however owing to the increase in the t-1ubs-AUanta. Augusta, Savannah, CITYMCIL shrouded in mystery today their efforts -
igan boundary line today was markedby Macon and Home-all are solidly behind to frame committees.It .
weight of equipment, it was necessary -
addresses delivered by GovernorFrank to limit the of the the project. has become known however,
Document Is Finished and Goesto use bridgeto
B. Willis, of Ohio, and Cover single track operation. The only Southern city at which Sidewalk Resolution Passes- i that the Republican representation in

Ferris, of Michigan. Other Printer-Is Not Very When the new bridge is finished the big Rotarian convention ever has Bennett's Salary Raised the house is to have an increased
Long and Deals WithPreparedness met has recently endorsed Atlanta as nembership on several
H represented the archaelogrical the old bridge will be given by the Da\tona Officials important
a fine place for a national meeting. committees.
geological and
topo- New Haven to the state of Connecticut Visit City
ieties of Ohio and Mich-
for use as a highway bridge.
Gannett, of the United New York, Nov. 30.-President The operation of the Thames river FIELD MARSHAL FRENCH VISITS Ridgewood avenue between West President Dines With College Classmates -
fin- Wilson's address to congress went to LONDON
survey recently bridge as a single track has reduced street and Broadway will havea
,. 'eying and monumenting the public printer today. The presi- the capacity and efficiency of the entire soon Washington, Nov. :Fifty-eight

five foot sidewalk, resolution
....... ..he nnder the joint direction of dent put in the whole of yesterday main line from Boston to New l.ondon.-Field Marshal Sir John to that effect was passed as a the members of his class of 79 of Prince-

the Ohio topogtaphic and the Michi- at work on the' document, finally completing York. The new bridge and approaches French, commander of the British council yesterday afternoon.R. by. city ton University were guests of the

gan geological surveys. it last night. will cost approximately $2,500,000.: forces on the western front was in M. Bennett, street president at the White House to-
The message, which is comparatively The bridge will be constructed London yesterday and conferred with superintendent night.
to has had his salary raised from
BILLY SUNDAY'S CARPENTER brief, will be read by the president carry the heaviest loading now knownto Premier Asquith. $90 to $100 'per month beginningwith "Old Nassau" and other college

at a joint session of the two Eastern railroad managers or contemplated November 1. songs were sung to the accompaniment -

Boston l\lass.-John II. Speico. houses of congress a week from to- in the future. There will NEW OFFICEThe Messrs. Seamen, Smith, Nelson and of the marine band, and the

Billy Sunday's official carpenter has day. It deals primarily with national be a four-track substructure, with atwotra"k Osborne, of Daytona, ware at the president joined in the ringing.

just finished a tour about the fash- preparedness other questions on superstructure, leaving Nye packing house!" has a new ('itrouncil meeting Stories of college days were told
yesterday, following
ionable Back Bay district of I Bostonlookin which the president hopes to see legislation room for two more tracks! later CM, office building on Boone street directly which they viewed the city- I and a number of toasts drunk.

for a site on which to erect beingleft for treatment in The center line of the new two track east of tHe main packing house rollt''tin"arious information

the mammoth talxrnacie to be u't'.1! other addresses' to be read to con- superstructure is distant from the The office is! light, airy and suited affairs as conducted concerning the- Author An'i-Pa-s! Law l In III
for the evangelistic meeting here glens after the holidays. center line of the oM bridge 1S.:> feet for the growing needs of the com commisison i form of o'ernm'nt.1I:1)"tona Clarmda, Iowa, Nov. SO.-Former

next fall. has The (pany. Congressman W. I'. Hepburn,or Iowa *
Sunday already announced upstream. new bridge will I-e l n i will vote on the commission ,
he will open his winter season I'AMM; TAXES five span structure: with bascule typi- form of government January .J, author of the national railroad! anti-

here In October. The meeting Is of lift. This was chosen! bemuse! nf MAKING i PKOGUK.sS pass law, Is seriously ill nt Ctarhuta

planned as one of (the' biggest! ones Nearly 1,100 tax receipts weie the saving in time in ojx-ning and IEACIIIM: : i OIIKMIS.. : ; : and l his condition is very grave.
he ncr has attempted. sued up to yesterday by..("outlt).. II-I closing for vessels to pass up or down I'ity romtrtl l !'i"ner Robertson: is of I Ills Illness U due to heart Aft.) kidney

Collector W. 1 E. Martin The day treatn. the opinion. that the repnirlnif .the flO'ltnn.IAtIl.At! : :US Church Meet trnublr.HUGE .

hilt the last of November, marked thi It i N expected that the structure rcuKR in me c.imtnry fpwcr.s "win tie there hUll! been ol't't1t'.1| n prhtml. t->

GERMANY BUYS S COPPERU. I close of the two per rent di!'t'ouiuprivilege with bv fully completed seine dine ,in1VI7. cowj'tctfl. by the last of the present' truth foreign (IlIlr1'II'"t'1 tile 1''lItIi"h ; '

wore ,propertyuwn- e Innt'tnit'p find Anicricnn .llIfll"l

rr* filed\ in/ nod out of the vlfice/ nil\ nril of living the first nrhool of (lU..
S. Ii-tH Order for Millions of day. 'iHI is: \\ .': \1'1IIU l :
'" .. .NO I'oi.in: corur king in the country. r irn| lnint hiss Now

Pound of Me tal-To. Orlnii-lii I U grewlng' bvtter=there For Ffoiida: Kwlr toddy and warmer been mad that American born dill Total Ldt"sisC! ?",* Foot Up to

Ship After War ,1JlS: LAST NIGHT was no\ i oliee court yesterday.' ; light vnrlabl wind drrn of (0.1&1'1IlOrn&' ; r"H'ntlhlt"e A!I..t ,ttUJ.OUO-Scn cmbvrLoset4

been Americanized and made superiorand Not So
( 1"It"
The Orlando Dank and Tru,t Cojn- independent of their parents in Great

New York Orders' for copper "/ereratinc pany was a busy place, last night. Bender Will Sue Jane Addams III many instances The idea of this institution -

; about 200,000,000 pound., Cashier Nolan was" at ,Ills desk and] ,J is to correct the evil. The London.---Britisisualty lists pub.
nearly one-fifth the the eternal staff was on Qut)'. "The new school is conducted under the.di- luhed during November total 1,232
annual production New York, Nov.
continued O--Chu1t' AI-! Chicago Nov. ::50.-Jane Addnms rection of the Boston school
in the United States have been growth of the bank and an commit officers, 45,184 non-commissioned of
bert Bender[ the former
placed by German representativeswith extra rush of business" wo Mr. N.O Athletupitcher of Hull House i.* very ill. She was tee. fleers and men in all fields >f war,
lan'a brief explanation.! today a suit alleging I taken to the Presbyterian hospitalthis !bringing the total since the
copper concerns in this ,
breach of promise against the Federal afternoon.A .
It was today. FAMOUS CHURCH hostilities up to approximately
rented League.Bender
consultation of
I The coi j- the German purchases! GOTHAM( HAS 5.: 3.8SS physicians will fiOO.OOO.; '
seek to recover a judgment be held tomorrow and the question of Boston MassThe beautiful old f
amounts Heavy as were the losses
in killed
$40,000,000.. In instances ,
of ?' ,6 6.
where the contracts have been fillet! New York.-A police census Just Bender alleges; that after he left an operation decided. Gothic front of the Second Church, injured and missing! for-the present
the metal has been placed in completed shows that the greater city which for years attracted visitors to month they were much lighter thanin
the Athletics in <
December *1I he
Copley Square, is the front
now of
under an has 5.253.83: inhabitants in I October, when the
agreement to ship it to Ger- its five signed with the name of 3.111olTicefll
Baltimore Federalas .
the New Church of All
many immediately after the boroughs.The Nations on and 71.IS7 non-commissioned"
war. pitcher and was to have received The road from Apopka to Ocoee.connecting Oxborne Place. The Second Churchwas
state officers
ensux, completed last met. were in'ud d in.the
OBEYING SIGN"it : the 7,000 a year. with the OrlandoOcoeeWinter. torn down a few year ago to lUts.
July, gave total population
!I. Interesting to note 5.009.112.Come as Last. august Bender wa unconditionally G rt"n-Oilkliln"! highway I isdayd make room for office buildings, but .
the speediest motorists that even released by the president of most of the way and i ita in extllent the front was preserved. The front
reading the "drive thu Baltimore club because of alleged condition A delightful drive has been' put together 'like sections of
upon slow" sign to Curtis & O'Nwil's' for failure to keep in condition I for motors* M to take the Dixie
In front of the Orlando a picture puzzle and is said to be one Several candidates
high I were given the
t building school I daily books, stationery and ,ashlon music, magazine, Bender denies the ('omSllaln'h:1'1: hll'ay; f,1 Apopka ,and return via J of the Ix-ot specimens of Gothic structure M. K, degree by Eureka Chapter No.
peers magazines. he was out.of condition
(ltar tout? in New England: 7 last evening..


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-- THE DAILY 1 I MARRIED 1'EOI'LE. Mr. II. F. Phipps was a well known Miss Blanche McCamy has returned

(by Walt Mason) transportation man spending yesterday -, to her home in Orlando after spending .
South Florida Sentinel !. Young Hollo and Alice got married in Orlando. He was here in the a month or six weeks in Jacksonville
!MOANING AND WililY last year and then In a palace begtr Interest of the Mobile &; Ohio rail ; the guest of Mts. J. E.: Johnson AssorteD Boxes

w r.ft. FS ni.ENN!*' INnTON..!'..,. . ....BtulBM....."* ,... ...IEetN.i their career* From goldsmiths and road and is frequently seen in this and Miss Edith:: Johnson at their Fancy
: cutlers they'd laid In a etofrej they'll section. I home on Oak street ttltehldetlmt' .-
; a'' the tmotoffir<< tt OtUtuio, HotMA.
u ttroni Out (Mill Mttttr.dtllf footmen and butlers and IIetyahlstnlotf. n.Mtag .
they'd! dachshund flhd! you. Mh and Mrs. E. tL Mayhor( ar- - -
tip AtJNAcflPlh&I.su,,..M.,.NAtgb.,".n,... IUd tile, apparel (the! best: and autos, ahtltrtmlt' Cited: lH Orlahddeateidey bit the H UtJAU HONEY
..... ...... it.rtftthl ..,. nhd will Inthl Oranges Grapefruits
MnntM tint!
411 omalh
biIIr 1 I.n the family tret thsy tampa Pectin:
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gU: ,". "tltlth.i H.. ... ..... ......,.I... ..tllikl1L1 tVtry bltMlhtf that mortals! uhlit'j < ttetioh tlhlll after the New VtaFinh I'lUVAtH i 'tU"'VltlNtlItlANU (

Year . ,. ::. .-:-. .. tl.ed (nil---thU I U dKlfVftftlhiMhvjr'tl. )' Mlh tit,,}' !'? nlbptlhtf+ nt bhe! bf the!' local IN IIUUTION Tangerines
iHg (It U, M( Ain*, fHF Hie1 ,liflilrtl. lit hblek I
uttll'tl"ltt' : I'AUMUf ]il f( --- ::::::::::: I
t ll f |tiIlHIII{ |( like Iht'illl I I tW fbllt!i whd MM =

C its ilVHftfl ttt idle. M' fHitun' WH ttl 1 !lit$t Pe Allttrul 'UH() I A'I1110 Cl1Atielr'F 11 tit WANIIINflTUNV \ ( (
: tll liHlln-H\ nwiteF ftf eftHF ej i !wirt = ( ;I) AS 4 YOU' IiIdlltlt) ;
14sr 'III'J .61' hill"i Mfn 1NlltwIRlluictel In ij|h ut1N'r-t'Hfltihj.1.1 lulit hauls .
f nUt* !
,Hum.jlll.f' 4 "",I!My!M AHatIiA, t.,t.I.. f fNa ."..". \\IA'\\I JI'"u1M vhrcet:.! Oh, HKRi'+KR tlilil J llFhlfsKl yul J.-= : ViI.$ { numl', ih( (luNnH "Hf h ONH() llOMiAII DKMVKIIKn) ( ; ) TO( IMHrRI; I'OrST()
} rhaa, u .''UJ/""pkllcat6'WA appal :.Arrlil.ll'hl i1 (611 Ilr"! IiV.nrw married' 1 last 1 Myi+ 11W19 i rAil was itf61hl I IHn.I WINDOW) OH h\I'Ithfj( ; llF'i'It'ti
( rarm/! Pa rlrlriN -td4rrr? M. f-tul WPFM.) 'liy IN
p----Sukwcrlkxn- rinirlR- TM ,.,11..11.1 dllcwhdas.J rented' .w cottge pf tgmlle4awn" cart, 11'Mart\ NTED-rlilk at Church: fAW street: ,and isk pppCArrt. 0, I Irailroad. I.. This \laWHI I Solve; (the Emblem' of Shipping Fresh "Florida.
.''II ul4 Punt tea eWe m writing t: heir fodder was pottage at ten cents .. 1:313t'The : CnSTU'nm
(ha lets Pr Mi>ir,Mua." atbr.ia it will Fruit Direct to Your Northern Friend
saact0uOJ atha r. user' ,ut-criptbl racy, u quart le'( earning his wages for

ntil Trlpba. notice. Va.1 to atop r .U. .rcriv4.WKUNKSDAV .... ... .. . ..... It along with a gang; she'a canning 1 women of the Cathedral Guild
green gages in that cheap: shebang will hold their annual baser at the PAINTING DECORATING ETC.: This Is An Entirely Separate Department and Will He

DKCKMIiKIt: $ : I, 1915. And neither will fidget for things out l-U'-l-7tc Chapter house December 8th. Handled by .Mrs.I Taj lor

of reach; for Reuben loves Bridget,
Holiday shopping has commencedand she thinks he's -peach.. And indo- WANTED-To do general housework Phone 217.
the greatest buying season in lence raises no cloud in their view; by middle aged white woman. Goodreferent'ell.
Address 1C. F., care Sen- See Her at Dr. Phillips Office
years is upon us, and thousands of they're busy as blazes, plentyto tinel. 12-1-31 -. --
buyers are guided by Sentinel ads. do.
o o FOR QUICK SALE-1 complete bedroom
A sucker (is born every minute but And it is a good thing! to remember suite 1 wood cook stove with Look At This !
there are fifty hooks for every sucker that this is the season of the cookng utensils; also 1 cot, with
and a man's chances, fishing and I prowler, fakir grafter and pick- tress. 411 Boone street. -mat-I
10 acres rich land located on a
fished, are low in this world.A pocket. ..
RENT House
FOR on :
beautiful clear water lake 4
o 0 avenue, newly painted, six' rooms i FOR SALE!
AT PER bath. of W. Ii. miles from Orlando 2 miles from
man who shoots off his mouth I WATER IS SELLING $1 and Inquire
without having it loaded with a brain BARREL AT SEAWARD: phone 100)-3 rings.! 1 Stu.1ft'l I, Winter Park. 7 acres in budded My residence, corner north Orange !I second floor. Lot. 15-1 feet front on
and Robinson avenues containing ; Orange avenue. Grounds attractively
cartridge is apt to miss the bull'seye ALASKA THREE ROOMS: TO LET for light grove in full bearing consistingof Library Reception Room Den, Sewing arranged and sprayed by underground -
by at least a city block. housekeeping. $"0 per month. grapefruit oranges and tan- Room: Dining; loom, Kitchen I system.Large I
o Seward Alaska.-As a result of Modern improvements. Close in. 210 Pantry, Grocery Koom. Lavatory, all garage and log cabin play-
The newspapers generally are mak- cold weather water is selling today at Patrick street. M. Lendrum. gerines; 12 room house nicely on first floor with bath and a sleeping j' house' etc. Will sell furnished or un-
I with eleven windows 'I furnished.
ing as much fuss about an infant $1 u barrel at Anchorage, the new 12-1-St furnished; garage, barn and out and seven apartment closets and storage room on 11.7-1m
that was allowed to die on account of town established by the governmentas WANTED-I have a nice room for buildings. This property is in
deformities as about ninety-nine construction headquarters for the some desirable lady .so' that I may high state of cultivation and is CHARLES P. DOW
healthy humans shot up by the Ger- Alaskan railroad. If purchased by have company in the house. Applyin
of the best bargains we
man bombs. the bucket the price is fifteen cents, person 205 North Main street. one
o or two buckets for a quarter. 12-1-tf have.

TilE "DOINGEST"PLACE Pending the completion of the FOR SALE-Fresh Jersey cow with The Best in the WorldIt
IN FLORIDA. water system which the government heifer calf. Gentle. Easy milker. Price $8500.00
Lakeland may be a bigger inland engineers hope to have working within Family pet. Six years old. Giving

city than Orlando and as the Tele- two weeks all water for domestic of three Mrs.gallons Roberts milk at per Forage day. Grocery.Inquire is a bro'\d statement, but nevertheless it is a fact '
claims the greatest inland city I purposes is taken from holes choppedin
in the state but until the advertisers the ice.PLT1AL, F F. A AI Wallace Realty Co> not only the BEST but the 11AUEST in the world.
of Lakeland wake up we will have to FOR RENT, -.1 suites of hew light y '
place our best bets on Orlando which, n "1'ISU OLIVE& COM.MANDEUV housekeeping rooms with all rotiVehiehre We've! necepted their ttgeticy and hrt\'(! just received

from the two papers! there!, seems to NO. 4 hear Kola| parks pleaspaht i ,ft sunny' ttehthhothool\"homey'\ loom( 3: Arcade n large! lhl( t1tettt.

lie the tloingest! place in Flotlda.Cleatwaler Maul t 41-3:! blocks from postoftlre.no I'hone 117 You time and get the flowers when
*, *, MUI1.m"I 'tltursdey, December) :2 t. lied Cross, : ? Knot I'ihe street. t 13: =i-til. fttve! your money,
-n It I'lO |p. Hi. supper' p." ht, Order) tit you plant thene l credo, Come in .mlllil'e! them,
IfHI'HOTKtiTION.( "'emile| Tit.t w Knight tif Malta, \ "Nothing but'the bent" Is our motto.
( ; () It 'p. in, A cordial. ittvUttUim I U. e It would. HiipHr( | that, the pr@el: "hdpd to all|| vi-illHt. fair Knight to Grove for Sale! ....
deitl'u/ |prepaiedlt@ds' | ,p1.,flIHlU" will lit! pretend'' Orlando Seed & Produce Co
meet. with lite illIl'I'nrt" d@a@ryPs: The A, W, lluml")', eminent nmmander' < HO sire LnkfPlifi flfl) arrow( ,. In flrnve I 8200 flw Ilenrlnghudtleil

tlnll@MlaleA! must have wd@quAia. trhllw I not) Hpeilllnaa, lusts to lirH'k rutul uml' 200 S, Orange Ave Phone 100
defense plf"I'hts,, ( dlaurdera|'| wlilrh U'lIIllUNI\I' IIII.AMKI( H MltiVMHIM ; moll
erne frpm wlUumt( A vli'\ory for ;: OF."" IN "" '::111'1'': HUURf'. Unrnlll, Oiidnillillnya. ,
(the allltul 'tmweri ilnea lint mean that .1
(the Untied,, Hlatea' wilt l l.s any safer the, tenrhera of (the Cathedral Hun- Big SACRIFICE for QUICK SALE

from hostile foli'ea, t til the event day school held a (pleasant meeting in 191'It1N11'1: ( ': HAI.M I FORAGE GROCERY CO.
thAt the fclllei wig dy Mill ltluit It will the! (CliHiter| HIIUBB Monday t'Yt'hll1i1!,
.' HOUND HTUAK ttnunil' . . . , . . . lie
mean that (heat HHlttirt hh.l. her Vat t At which (ilalis for the ChHsllnAselluihtiielit eta IA, ) [tt'r [ I "
(1'1.LOIN' AND) .I'OHTKH() t llOimiS, per pound . , . , ,17e!
I I'ifltt' ally Jflirtit| will tuna the I'ncirit1, ( Were! ,dlsi'Ussed' !' hint rhostudy Orlando Real Estate Co. "
Wlirtt' ihw@, know ttlutUt the Nlnhfilfllifuniirt | ", Wtilk fop the! hekt' sU I Kiiihlhsitlliipit ('IUI('I' HOAHT() 1'IUtlUIttlf() ) pound , . . , , . lOe'IIUl'K
I U uiiHitpi'tpil!| '( 'mill ttl@Jap: '\ Heidi' Hhd Mfa, henry It, IC, II, IIIIADLKYWATKIN8 ) ('' : HTHAK': 1'''I.HtlUiP@f() pound 1" " , "";
RHeue must tUJlrinii$ Our ahor@a mll",1I. II@ineell weie heat and IIMOIPO 1 for .1.1 i: IH.OCK 1MIONI3) :\ ) 1 11.\, niii': : H'riw' ; ;11 i rounds< < for , , , , " , ,
l I.e iiretwtftli, Only' liillifiin fit Iulli\f&t\ (hi' ci'i'irtl' I fi.llMwiiti, and the Henwrrtt.4 1"I.OIUn.nUl. ( IIAMH t wlit.lf, I per pound , , , , ,
Invest@d. (in fflrtiflpattan Imfketl I up 11 WA invited 'I) ftttendi.. Two anlemh@re 1'lfUUln'\) .I'OKK ('UU.( .',.., per) pound( , , , . , ,
i ly R !large Army and protected! I.f l. an of 'the tUas:I ll@len ll rllinrt) 'LOUIDA. I'OUK HTi\V: per lit, " . . ,
immense navy can ie&kt an invading( and Clifford Tainm, won the prices WKSTEHN 1'OilhIiOI'6( :U: pound far , , ,- . . ,
forre, far the l guessing contest, PURE FOOD STORE 1lOl iFl)11Ah1, per pound . . , " , . ,
Every day makes H i look more l like HENS, LIVE, per pound : " , , .'. , .
. . ,
a war to the finish, Nearly one hundred guests, including -
Q members of the Ladies' Aid i Society GroceriesWe
TUB SPIRIT their friends and visitors, attended -
OF' FUANCK the 4H day "sit around" in :
France is showing her mettle. That he Presbyterian parlors yesterday Have a Line of Dependable Goods. Our Prices Are In I AAB.COOK&ffiMPANY1
fiery nation has had no munitions and all enjoyed greatly the pleasant Line. Call or Phone Your Order 4 4i
trouble, no domestic troubles as her hours spent over needlework. The I CHRISl'13Ull.DINGORLANDOAS N
ally across the Channel, no labor hostesses were Mrs. G. W. Padget, W
Phone 203 No. 8 W. Church St. i
problems and under Ribot tha} Irs. S. D. Hardaway, Mrs. G. T. Barr
grand old man of finance she has had -nd Mrs. S. E. Waters The president j AGENTS, we invest money safely f

no financial 'trouble. The French of the Aid Society, Mrs. Edward customers; manage their real and pe

fight as they love-with great inten- T. Jackson, welcomed the guests. property' look after their taxes and. other c
of Vic -
sity. Therefore the "Loan -
tory" exceeds all expectations whenit Miss :Marion Dow daughter of Mr. tions, collecting rentals, interest and diviaenua.
is estimated that it will approxi- and Mrs. C. P. Dow celebrated her 1915 Buick .
mate five billions of dollars. Neither ninth birthday Monday at the homeof INCOME INVESTMENTS, Mortgages and Bonds
the huge British or German loans can her parents on North Orange ave-
touch the French loan. It is not an ue. Twenty-five of her playmateswere 25 H. P. 5-Passenger I -
ach evement-it is a triumph a victory invited in for the afternoon, and I BUILDING MATERIALSAND
for a race fighting for ideals played many merry games both indoors -
Nearly'new, for quick sale at $623-cost $1025.
the lawn.
crushed by Kultur's march. Every and on
day as the bloody conflict progresses -oMr. Fully equipped including Speedometer and Phillips' CONSTRUCTIONWe

France's spirit follows apace. and Mrs. C. B. Robinson entertained Shock Absorbers.
o Monday evening with a sev-
CHRISTMASIS en course dinner at their home on
DRAWING NEAR. Gore avenue, their guests including H. A. WARDWinter can save you time, money and worry on your
"Do your Christmas shoppingearly. : Dr. and Mrs. John S. McEwan Judge building operations. Our clients are satisfied.
." This is the slogan of the and Mrs.: T. Picton "Warlow and Mr.
merchants of this city now that and :Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles. Park Florida

Christmas is gradually drawing near- -
er. There are only twenty-five days Miss Gayle Davis, will entertain at
until that time. The local merchants luncheon at her home on Lucerne Cir-
have prepared for an extraordinary cle on Saturday in compliment to
holiday trtde this year and have some Miss Pauline Nuckolls whose marri-
of the highest grade goods that are age to Dr. Roland F. Hotard will be If You Do Not Believethat
to be found in any city. This slogan an event in early December.
should be noised around through the -aAt -
county and the people should co-op- half 'past four this afternoon, the Chalmers has power like a locomotive and rides

erate wiht the local merchants to at the home of her sister, Mrs. Russell '' Quality like a parlor car, just call for a demonstration at 14 El:
make their holiday trade the biggestand P. Johnson, 315 West Central
best in the history of this sec avenue Miss Kate Williams and Mr : Church street, or phone 223. .
tion.The J. W. Bryan will be married by Rev. We Give You
warm weather during the last Wallace Wear of Lakeland. ,
few weeks has misled the patrons of -- tCO.
the various stores and they do not The Here and There Club will be Service
realize that Christmas is so near. entertained Thursday afternoon bj CUALMERS MOTOR CAR

But the sudden change in the weather Mrs. Geo. McCullough, at the homef .
will bring them around and it h i Mrs. A. F. Newkirk on Magnoliaavenue.

hoped that the residents of Orange The Co-Opertive Produce Co. Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr
county will shop early and "trade at -
home." The No-Nullos Club will meet on ; W. S. DeWHt Mgr.\ No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447MHMiMtMMMMMMiMMIIIIIIHHIIiMMMMMIi; 14 EAST CHURCH STREET. HONE 223.
..I a
o Saturday at the home of Mrs. C. B .. '

Read the Sentinel for the newt. Robinson, on Gore avenue. r

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Special Sale Special SaleComforts

STOREBoys' of

and Ladies/ Misses'

( _9 Blankets and

3rd Floor Clothing Being Sacrificed.Children's Shoes


In Men's Furnishing Dept., 1st Floor, Center Isle

F FOR R THREE DAYS ONLY! Thursday, Friday and SaturdayParents

of Boys Take Advantage of These Exceptional Low

Prices to Outfit Your Sons, Every Dollar Saved Is a Good One


also have some very Natty, Catchy Hats, for Boys of Suits''are mostly All Wool in the Late Styles. Plain, Reduction on All Boys Sweaters. We have such a big
Extra Good Qualities That We Are Going to Sacrifice at Grays, Blues, Cheviots and Fancy Textures. The most lot of them, all new and fresh, that we want to sell now,
the Following Low Prices: wonderful values we have ever offered. bad enough to offer them at the following low prices:

Lot No.1 LotNol Lot No. 1

_Boys Hats worth regular 75c for______________.58c Boys Suits worth regular $3.50 for________________$2.98 Boys Sweaters worth regular $1.00 for______________89c
r-' pLot
Lot No. 2 No. 2 _Lot No. 2

Boys Hats worth regular $1.00 for.________________79c Boys Suits worth regular $.1.00 for....__._.__.____$3.19 Boys Sweaters worth regular $1.25 for______________98c
Lot No. :3 .
Lot No. :3
Boys Hats worth regular $1.25 for.------_________98c Lot No. :3
Boys, Suits worth regular $5.00 for________________$3.98 Boys Sweaters worth regular $1.50 for____________$1.28
Lot No. 4

Boys Hats worth regular $1.50 for _____$1.28
----------- Lot No. 1.
Lot No. 4
Lot No. 5 Boys Suits worth regular $6.00 for----___________$4.89 Boys Sweaters worth regular $2.00 for____________$1.69

Boys Hats worth regular $2.00 for---_____________$1.43
Lot No. 5
Lot No.5
Lot No.6Boys Boys Suits worth regular $8.50 for___u._. ______$6.48 Boys Sweaters worth regular $2.50 for____________$2.10
Hats worth regular $2.50 for-_______________$1.98
it No. 7 Lot No. 6
Lot No.6Boys
_Hoys" Hats worth regular $3.00 for------_________$2.38 Boys Suits worth regular $10.00 and $12.00________:$;;.8.79 Sweaters worth regular $3.00 for____________$2.48

Desert Without the Main



M'' Course Won't Satisfy c'\

e ,3 \ Continue with rush
a every e
4 Hungry Men '3 Nw day until December Int. .

In the same way men who hunger for clothes value won't buy

Don't miss this Wonderful Opportunity to purchase High Grade Shoes at such
I \ style unless worthy fabric goes with it-style alone will make exceptional low prices.

Lot No. Misses' and Children's Shoes for-----___________ _______________ $1.00
them look, but it won't "loose" their purse strings. In Kuppen- Lot No.2 Misses and Children's Shoes for__________________._______-_:__ $1.60
Lot No. 3 Ladies' Shoes worth up to $5.00 for ____
heimer Clothes retailing from $18.00 to $30.00 men get those ------------------------ $2.50
Lot No. 4 Ladies' Shoes worth up to $6.00 for---------------_____________$3.15
which are cream of the lines of foremost mills in durability: Lot No. 5 Ladies' Shoes worth up to $5.00 for-------------------_________$2.85
Lot No. 6 Ladies' Shoes worth up to $4.50 for--------.....----.__________$2.35
and value. Come In and Let
*t THC MOut COPVHHJMT OF KUPP.NNIIM'a. [. texture pattern Us Show You. Lot No. 7 Ladies' Shoes, exceptional value for_________________________ $1.95

The Yowell. Duck worth Co.:


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r WHIT SHALL I GIVE? f 10 8 4.

@)@ YOUR

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[j 1] 'eTHE cj' Practical Gift Gi.Ott tnMlSJH 0 P

MORninG The True EARLY;

_ Spirit of Christmas .

It is not always the most expensive gifts that are most appreciated. Careful selection is more important than mere cost. The gifts that show real thoughtfulness and consideration
are the gifts that meet with the heartiest welcome.At .

our store you can choose from a carefully selected stock of suitable gift things. You will be waited on by salespeople who know their stocks thoroughly, and whose suggestions
will be most helpful to you. But we remind you that leisurely and thoughtful selections can only be made early in the month, before the last minute rush begins.

i Gifts for Grandmother, Grandfather, Mother. Father, Brother, Sister, Baby \I\ I


,:- Comfy Slippers ______________$1.50 GRANDDADDY
... :\:: Bath Robes __________$2.75 to $8.50 I
\.. Black Silk Dress length i Felt Slipers --$1.2;; to $1.50

I '\ $-I..t5 to __________________$11.25 Commencing ThursdayWE Lounging Robe _____5.00 to $10.00 :%:-_... = .
Wool Kimonas $-1.75 to $6.50 START A GIGANTIC SALE OF RIBBONS _________ r'I! ,
\ White Vest ___$2.50 ""
( Ostrich Boa __________$2.50 to $7.50 ------ ,!. J "'/ I
#. fr\: fj. : Coat ________________$9.50 to $35.00 RIBBONS for Trimmings. RIBBONS for Fancy Work: :Muffler ---------------_______$2.00 ,. l'am' I
U ,'' Coat Suit __________$17.50 to $50.00b RIBBONS for adornment. RIBBONS for every purpose Initial Hankerchief 25c ,/ ,:,., /.
.,.''; ------------ \
Hand Bag ____________$1.50 to $7.50 Sale lasts until Monday next /J
[ Soft or Stiff Hats ___________ //
Kid Gloves __________$1.00 to $3.50 ,:h.-.
IZ':11 T/ Silk Stockings __________50c to $2.00 Outing Night Shirt __________$1.00 / .S
C.J7Lt lrPe Slumber Robe ________________
dllillL.L $2.50
White Apron ____________25c to 50c A year ago we inaug- Smoking Jacket $5.00 ?M) lt J ll I OiJl:
Grananto jfer'' urated a big Ribbon Walking Stick -------_________$1.50 ?

Sale-OUR FIRST- Suspenders --__________25c to $1.50 \ L tJlClu.ticldfJ?

,, r In all probability .
i those with good mem-
ories will remember
its marvellous success
I Wool Dress length __$3.75 to $10.00
r =
in lOr
not only point
"Hart Schaffner & Marx"Ulster
i ) P Comforter _____$1.25 to $10.00
__________$20.00 to $25.00 / d exceptionally goo o
values offered but in Pair Blankets __$1.50 to $10.00
Y ------
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Kid Slippers $1.50 to $1.75 -
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the magnificient assortments 4 Silk Dress length ___5.50 to $12.00
Tie ___________________50c to $2.00 .. C
we put be- ; l Gloves _.____$1.00 to $3.50
______________ '
Gloves .
$1.50 to $2.50
fore customers.
our Silk Hose ____________$SOc to $1.60
_____.____ J ,
Auto Gloves $2.00 to $3.50 l .
'. Hand Bag -.----.__.$1.50 to $10.00
________ c I
Silk Sox ____60c to $1.00
THIS YEAR WE WILL ECLIPSE EVERY LINE \__./ Toilet Set __________$1.25 to $12.50

Bath Robes --________$x.00 to $10.00 This sale does not mean one purchase, but many. ? ] Umbrella ______..__.-$1.08 to $10.00

Fancy Vests ________$.1.00 to $5.00 ?JKiJte!(l11lii When an opportunity came before us of securing special 2 tJ; i;,a Kimona --....____.._85c to $25.00

Outing* Pajamas ..............$1.50 lots at away below market values, and when spot Fur Neck Piece ......$5.00 to $7.60
? cash was the deciding factor In securing these' lots- Q 7)
"Manhattan" Shirts ..$1.50 to $3.00 ft&ddip spot cash ruled.THOUSANDS House Slipper $1.00 to $2X0

Will go on display that will make the department a kol- .
eod cope of color. Artistic combinations and blendingof lUtOTIIKU

shades were never before woven into a silken fabric Full Drew Shoe ..... .....$6.00 ti
as are into these. Turner, Rembrandt, Dore, ? I
,9:] SISTER Michael woven Angelo, Messonier would be proud to acknow- Full Dress Pumps .?...__....$5.00 -a yy) c

ledge-were they alive now-that they could not improve "Hart Schaffner______&__Marx"Suit ________
.0 Manicure Set _..___..$1.50 to $12.50j such exquisite blendings. ---- $25.00
(-:;;\J Parasol ______________$1.98 to 10.00 upon "Hart Schaffner & Marx" ,
C: Hosiery _______________25c to $2.00 EGYPTIAN EFFECTS PERSIAN EFFECTS Overcoat ________$20.00 to $25.00
J Ivory Toilet Set ______$2.00 to $7.50 VENETIAN EFFECTS, PARISIAN EFFECTSThe Walking Cane ..______$1.00 to $2.00
\\d ?t: Fur Neck Piece ______$5.00 to $7.50 marvellous lowness of prices will astonish you. Silk Shirt --__________$&00 to $7.50 !
:i) .' Ostrich Boar _________$2.50 to $7.50 In order to facilitate chosing and buying, we have Dress Gloves, Silk and Kid3.00
i s. Evening Dress Length4.75 to $10 assorted the various purchases into five lots only. Pearl Gray Hat ______________$3.00 'T
"g" Kumfy Kloth, Coat Length____$4.38 Lot 1 Fancy Socks __________50c to $1.00 6S)
!" Mesh Bag __________$1.50 to $10.00 Pajama Suits, Silk or'Madras
r!: _______ :.
Handkerchief, plain ora11.'Gl 1800 YARDS FANCY RIBBONS, worth up to 35c $1.50 to----------- _$6.00 9P atJ YT'.Z'
________ Initial Belt ___$1.50
Initial 15c to $1.25Sweater ---------------
9Y/l; :t''rE ___ _t______$3.50 to $19.50 Sale Price 16c Gold and Silver Knives5.00 to $7.00 ,"Zl 7/It T.

:/ ? e DresseIISter Shoes: ________$3.50 to $6.00 Lot 2 LCP:

worth up to 60 cents

Sale price 23c BABY

Lot 3 Layette Set___________$3.00 to
r ------------
Hosiery _________________15c to 50c It-=:-- :;:: worth up to 75 cents ___
Sacques ------------ 75c to $1.25
Dresses _____________SOc to $5.00 ..1} Sale price 27c
Middy Waist _______1.00 to $1.25 -"rl\ I;, ; i Sweaters -----:.-_______75c to $1.50 1
Middy Dress _______7.50 to $12.50 f( fi ..-- Lot 4U70 vt, Bootees ...______25c to 35c
Coat $3.50 to $12.50 \ J) =- YARDS PLAIN AND FANCY RIBBONS .'
Hat _________________$1.30 to $5.00 ( 'tf worth to Hosiery --------________25c to 50c
Mesh Bag _____ ________75c to $_.00 ,. ) up $1.00 Fancy Pins ______________25c to 35c
Fancy Hankerchiefs: ______5c to 35c \s b- Sale Price 38c 5 ______
Ivory $1.25 to
__________ $3.00
Windsor Tie 25c to $1.25 : Set.-----
Bath Robe ___________________$1.25 Lot 5 W&tJMIGfte..1 ________75c to $3.75
Chatelain ____________$1.00 to $1.50lilf cJR lU'L Tj I }ae 1200 YARDS PLAIN AND FANCY RIBBONS, ablfComforts ___________3.75 to $5.00
Brush tnd Comb _______50c to worth to 125. J +J
1.00iftleJJter, Wool Vests ______________SOc to 75c ,
2 Sale price 49c /


TIMELY: SUGESTIONS FOR TilE FESTIVE BOARD A full line of Richelieu Pickles, Preserves, Jams and Spiced i ion
It will pay you to get our prices
Fruits, Figs and Mince Meats.
New Nuts, both whole and shelled; New Popcorn. I
The kind of Cheese we carry, includes goods before buying, as we have a large stock that was

Stuffed and whole Dates.Cryatalized : Limberger, Imported Roquefort, Neufchatel, Cream, Snappy purchased before the advance. i

Cherries and Ginger. Welch Rarebit, Imperial, Pimento, etc., etc.

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Dickson-Ives Company ,


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pressed. : 0 I J 1:1:Ci1
Those! present at the wedding were
I {rlanin and Mrs. Charles H.
1 3nrirtg Mr. Tilden. parents I "Get It At Allen's"Watch
of the groom his grandparents
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Tilden Mrs. Katherine .
Wise who is the mother of Mrs.
SOCIAL CALENDAR I families were present. Chas. H. Tilden. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wnite V

Wednesday December 1. I No cards were issued for the wed McKinnon Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Person -
Twentieth Century Club. Mrs. W. II. ding which was simple but most im Dr. Weldon Person, of Atlanta, r.t psi?
Robertson hostess. pressive. Following the ceremony a Miss Jean Person and Mr. Hubert 4 f f3
Wednesday Card Club Mrs. O. S. buffet luncheon was served. Mr.\ and Kerrey.
Robinson hostess.Fortnightly
Club Mrs. Irwin Dunn ; Mrs. Tilden then departed by auto. i
hostess.. mobile for a tour of several weeks :MISS BRANCii GIVES DELIGHTFUL i.
Dr. and ilss Porter entertain the over the state. Key West may be PARTY Ivory
anti Then Club.
Bachelor Now Girls meet with the Misses visited before the honeymoon is con. The Rosalind! Club was the scene of I
Gage at the Wyoming. cluded. They will make their homeon an attractive party yesterday afternoon
Unity Circle, discussion of Modern Lockhart avenue. when l\lIu Roberta Branch entertained Bracelets
Drama; Rev. E. K.: Gordon, leader.
Entre Nous Card Club, Miss Roberta The interior of the Person home at bridge. The !guests were
L ranch) hostess. was attractively decorated In flowers, greeted by the hostess and her moth
Thursday, December 2. ferns and palms. The drawing room er, Mrs. W. S. Branch, and receivingwith Mirror Convertible Into n regular$ wntch, or can be worn on

Rosalind Miss Elisabeth:Club bridge l' part,airman.W. :3 p. m.. where the ceremony was held was them were Mr*. J. C.itla I AW. neck chain; twenty nnd twenty-five\ year nnd solid gold

R. C.. at home of Mrs. L. .'. Brig- decorated with bride's roses, and ton and Mrs. Kenneth McCullough, of H cnses.
ham. palms' and ferns were everywhere In MAitlAnd. Many vanes of roves and CHRISTMAS GOODS AUK 1IEUE
here and There Club, Mrs. 0. II. Me evidence. chrysanthemums and a chewy log Brushes
CuMough hostess. fire In the made the ,
Mrs. Tilden Is fireplace always ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
Kit Kane Klub, Mrs. F. N. lioardman one of Orlando'smost .
back ,
hostess. attractive young women. She delightful rooms a picturesque
Friday, December S. ground for the handsomely gowned .wJJ
has a charm of and
Nulloi hostess.Club, Mr*. C. li. Robinson ality which has endeared manner her to person countless ladles. There were sixteen tables of Puff Boxes ziEzzzzzziEzzrzzzzio] :Ala

S W. C. T. U. business meeting, Mrs. friend Previous to her mar- players and the scores were kept on
A. A. (Gould leader. nags many showers and various parties tallies tearing the hostess mOhogtamemLolllt'd c ''r'' s II a tL tMrt1 A COAT OF' FRESH PAINT
Saturday December 4. (in her In gold. The first prize L makes n house more attractive,
honor. :
were given pre-
1) A. tt.. Mrs.\ t 8 A Robinson, hostess. i
was! won by Mrs. Tho*. llrodxvntef Trays etc ; serves It from decay and renders it
Papers by Mrs A.. L. Forde antiMrs. Mr. Tilden, son of Mr. anti Mrs. and prated to be two dainty rut glass I more saleable nt n better figure. Rut
Ueorge Bunschbaeh.n l t'hitrlei' It. Tilden, of Tldenvllte! who s t Must Use the best get the
bud trtcs. The second prize, tt wicker Lest gat kind
I ultl. Ihe for
hrtve resided In the west bt (Ortthfce tl' t
\ IUUIf: titIf(/ I:Itb ti'httllA4 \.b for fa Pbllcitbr terN ilUh! went Id MM.. 0. U.ltrtmii $'tirpo!e (ttttt. ('bme here.for.nl ll! .,!tlntI1tl1ttttrtUott
ebuhly rttnhy yeriM, white the cbhsblnUoH! rt bttt For XMASAt I bf ttH* kind t Mfc lldh'i I
iVltIhpffss4 ) fur Urntige 1 rotihlyj, having btctl- rlittrRb
hf t'rrtht'4 rrthK wrtS pletHiltd tttMl tlhhlulil
( \tU k cehUretl jbsterdrtfr IfiHie" pled thU bttlce for tttd jertM. Al- . bf \ttlllle \fcrtyi frtlUiftll IH .the bbrforrHrthce bfliU "HliHt.
.. toarHrtJre! Mid t'rtHbr1'bFSoH ll t + Ire cH-iUtij rrikb HHil rnfFip ...
I' IB MF;* \Wllbtf LllllieF :-i, tideHiHlittll / , tiullM (irtfetMllHri, I lIt' list* MHIlih bite| sbHbtl tit (lib blHSb Hf (itbAel 4

t Hrt}*. gbieWhlftd Hi HHHH til llif; HilllllFrtllrill bf' till blllliite. lib l lH la grtlHli I >HIIJr i \serf MM!I: (hbHffebNbtttll .J'_ J = UtldUd V illulVilli\ V illiff c.
ll&lrtS fif tin; ItFltlc1' Nail 1 I 11Ft: HH'IMfi gFrthltHlb l hf I$Mm alto IllllHIHUnltlFtlllH H: Hf (lib rHlfb' Hill( rilUl Mb9I : :. : iO 1 Ornu Annul
Wft hF&Rlli' F MFntf fit tittlilltMHIR HllhlH ha|f fh:>IIHd) tin t P* dHiiiie :1 I II MrtbTHilbFi! / .Hi MfV l \ -
: : : : : Phent bbl
nd fiiut darken tlr? ;isi HIP rfrllfflr[ t-rtHhUlflR- fflF! rt It-gitl! HUM
IH \ t \ : IMlld liRgbfei 1 mA MFG: W: M: [MHFhVi ( COWMAN ft HHAN
hart IFI) Thus; II)) Mefwwllifif Eit tAf Tit?: ftntiflM;' lAin tilth ro \ny RthPFS -IF ,:
the, PFNWfFMw fhHFfhi J4lfiF iH- in] fttfWling FRBpr rHMrlRR! Iii -Jr-

innThffp: i ttpfp m BUFRR tndARIV .this PPPH>>IiH P HpURR| ; the' wish| fAF ftIflPP IWIIFSTWi MPPTI 1 fi 1'llt1' 'l-
t the wm Fr. nf' t the! j; I Immrlllati j; : and happy! wiHed* life; i w n- ,IFnThe


" " " " " " " " " " 1"1"1"f meml rjj At the ftQiWf pf Trade j: h

fU A HBNTkEMAN' TO A TMPYPainty meet with them thin evening\ t theGhapJer Pharmacy DIRECTORAND
house Pf the Episcppa)

t Monogram Stationery i is an ideal' CnrJstmas Gift church.: : The subject: for discussion PHONE 20 EMBALMERAll
will be "The Best Way to Advertise
which tarries with it only a sentiment of friendship. "
Florida and Orlando in Particular,
Yisitipg Cards engraved in a fashionable style are alsoa with special reference to the proper --

most acceptable present.We expenditure of the publicity fund. It calls answered Promptly Day
have just completed a beautiful line of Xmas Cardsin is hoped that all members of the

exclusive Steel Engraved designs. Send for our sam- Board of Trade committee the citi- or Night. Hand Block. I
committee, the commis-
zens' and city
ples and prices.J. FavoriteTODAY'S
sioners will be present.

Atlanta, Georgia CLASS OF PROGRAMK. I
There will be a meeting of the B. "The Heart of Jabez Flint. 639. RESIUENUPHONE 457,
" iillliiliilllMMiiilliiiilliiliilillHlliiiiiKLock class of instruction of Rebekah LodgeNo. A drama, in two parts.

_____ __ 12 this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, Mutual Could."Comedy. "She ThoughtShe -

at Odd Fellows Hall. Thanhouser. "The Spirit of Up-
11111 11111 11111 11I11 11111. 11111 III
lift. itiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiFRANK
By order of the secretary. :Mrs.
W. H. Brokaw. Four good reels of Mutual movies.
Five cents to aILSKATING

The Ladies' Committee of the Sub-
tropical Midwinter Fair will be heldat
the office of Jas. L. Giles at 10:30
o'clock Friday afternoon in the San

Juan hotel.ANNUAL.



annual memorial service! of
Orlando Lodge/ No. 10t0, B. P. 0. E..
will ,be conducted Sunday afternoonat Insurance Loans Real Estate
the! Grand theatre, commencing/ at Every Friday Afternoon School

i:30:: () o'clock, when tribute will be paidto Children 8e*lon, Girls Be, Rentals
the departed members of the ertier. .
Hoye lOc
: The following 1 is the program

prepared for \the ocearlonl I I.iuly attendant to look niter the

]WHt V uum G a- Ritualistic Moll Helvetian Invocation mil, ,Secretary orchestra.service Jlr T. II, ,Lodge l\frCl1flfltlll., Children

Quartette, Uod .U Love Mi" Rlixa -
IVri lra. Helen Q'NeaM'almer, CBTAnt.umItP hill
Mr Ronald\ Cheney, Mr. Walter Dren.
ePee F pen
Eulogy, W. P. Watson
Hole' Face to Face, Mrs W D RUnE CARNIVALGRAND

Aldredge. 1.1..1.1..11..1..1111..1.1.1..11..1..
-- -- -- -
-- -
ignition quartette, The King< of Love, Miss
I Elise Wright Mrs. Helen t)'Neal-
Real leather upholstryOne Palmer, Mr. Donald Cheney, Mr.lYet-
ter Drennen)
Clonlhtf ret-emotile4.. Lodge
man top Hymn tint, He With 1 nu audience.Itpnedlcllon !.
l 11r. T. It. Mcfinnell.ArcnmpHtiist } \ .
Jiffy Curtains MM) ItnberU Branch
tl.WrII, Iteaiham, Jr., W. W /a ;A
Full flouting rear axle WHM, .l. 'I., DanleU.HAH .

Timken bearings -l

\ 1. ltI')' II fiilN returned
yeeterday from A huffiness trip toTO
Unloading 5 cars Tuc"dayfi: moreon road Jacksonville, -


J. P. Holbrook will go to Jackson
ville the last of the week for a new -

Hupmobile. $950.00, F. O. D. Orlando


Superintendent J. F. McKinnon visited PresentsTHEDA Are Here. Let us show you

.1- 210 S. Orange Ave. terday.the school at Barton Lake yes- BARA This! [Wonderful ul Car

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OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND In An Unusually Powerful and


Dr. Howell, osteopathic physicianand Convincing Photoplay
surgeon, announces that he has

\ where returned he took from post Harvard graduate University work in "SIN" N. Orange Ave. Phone 400
eye ear nose and throat diseases.
Also physical diagnosis (nerves
heart lungs, kidneys and other vis-
cera), and electrotherapy contagious

ing, opposite diseases.\San Office Juan Cheney hotel. build-Tele- Sentinel Want Ads Get Resultst'
phone: Office 617; residence 1018.

r' 1

B IUNAL CAItt' ) 1
W. We Rove Made Enormous AmountOf .tt.tttt.tttt.ttt.tt'.tt.t..t. .A.ttt.....


& 1 Sales In Less Than Three Months LUCERNE Do It Now

-- I
No 4. West t I'me greet TODAY)
lhiU real' Mate!! 14 a laFralirahNalPpbq (Wi'ili/ ;!! : In .real @atate baiee. That
fur i4 man! l'nnMil1lf' i" i4 1004 ho\\'mtf.. *a tiJIIf! 4.tf.hQjn@ ,t Buy "BUICK" or R "FORD"Car
I'hone' Ifil tint he i iii a 1 hM.Uer, i* thown t by ', Anll Qne that few men
the enormQu&! anioiw pf sales' m Central Hand* Fait beat. LAST APPEARANCE( OP
\ ms4e }by" W W- Hose for three Mr. hose con4 4ctii two offices, PRINCESS
DAVIS '& GILES months of last winter. fetween }both run in connection with each and be satisfied
pecember 25 and February 25 other. One is at Winter Park TELEPATHIC WONDER"A
ATTORNEYSATLAW Mr. Rose made a total of ?159- and the other is in the Watkins

Phone 72 DAUGHTER OF TilE Winter Park Auto Co. !

Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8- I EARTH"

.r Davis & McNeill Block r. Two-Part Biograph OPEN DAY AND NIGHT


.. ,


;i Pbone 161 .I Western Eola Packing Company

No. 6 W. Pine St. Orland Fla ORLANDO, FLORIDA.

Comedy .
I -
I Packers Modern Equipment
R. RAY WHITE oc "Same Little Prices lOc Shippers and Buyers Cash f.o.b. Selling
I. Growers' Agents Personal Attention

ATTORNEY-AT LAW Growers, Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and ar-

Room 44 We DesireWe range for harvesting and packing their crops.
Fruit Packed and shipped as directed by the owner of the goods.
Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.
PACKING HOUSE-Corner Concord Aye. and A. C. L. Tracks.
desire to thank the many W. B. RULE, Mgr. J. S. PAGE, Asst Mgr. C. A. COCHRAN,
Packing House Foreman.Patronage .
who have complimented us so
Worthington Blackman 1
highly upon the Thanksgivingdinner Respectfully Solicited
served by us at 25 cents.

r Phone 617 Block, Orlando. Courtesy is Mr. basing this belief upon the large \Ve certainly appreciate their
Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck- Rose's by-word and he gets the number of real estate inquiries
business from all classes. He which he has received. These inquiries good will and the fact that theyhave

worth Building. handles only the most desirable come from all parts of recommended us to others. ACCIDENT HEALTH
pieces of real estate and is always the country and are many more LIABILITY
ready to show you choice than he has ever received. Watch It is the policy of the Modelto I AUTOMOBILE
Phone 72 holdings in and around Orlando the Sentinel for future announce- PLATE GLASS BURGLARY
give full value, whether it be
and throughout the
county. ments to be seen in Mr. Rose's PROPERTY
lie believes that a good winter advertisement, which starts to a[ 25 cent meal, a 15 cent specialor DAMAGE WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION '
Paul V. HutchinsAttorney season is in store for Orlando, morrow.WinterParkNews.
a more elaborate order.
and Counsellor at Law '
Oysters fresh every,day.

Davis & McNeil-Bldg Georgia Casualty CompanyGEO.

A. IIUTCIIINSON, General Agent.

Dr. F. F. Thompson Orlando, Florida

DentistFormerly Room 4 and 6 Watkins mock Phone 700 ...
The Model Cafe

of New York Daily Budget Of Items ConcerningThe -- --- - .- -- - -- --- -
---- -

Over Curtis & O'Neal's ,


The Woman' Club of Winter Park
college football squad la at ,
I. will meet this afternoon (Wednesday -*
present doing
some of the hardest '
) at Hooker Memorial! Hall, at 3 work of the season, in preparationfor I Unless l Budded

o'clock. A full attendance is urged
big game with Southern ,
as interesting reports of the DeLand
which is to be played at Tampa next
DR. L H. RAMSDELk Federation meetings and also of the week. Ever since the last game the from Bearingtrees
various committees will be read.
OPTOMETRISTORLANDO. I squad has been hard at work and indications ,
The Equal Suffrage League will
FLORIDA are that Rollins will standa
meet on Thursday afternoon Decem-
WI: FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENS* ber 2, at Hooker Memorial Hall. much better show in the next game of a known
AND DO ALL KINDS OF in the one two weeks
Owing to Thanksgiving falling on the
ornrAfSURVEYING" . past.
AI1m'fO fourth Thursday of November the

meeting was postponed a week. All Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Trovillion Mrs. v Quantity and

people interested in equal suffrage are II. C. Stiff and daughter, Miss Edith, ,
cordially invited to attend this meet-
spent the day yesterday in Orlando, '
I ing.The visiting friends and shopping.
Plating and Sub-Dividing class in history of the Woman's Quality of Pro
Club will meet Friday, December 3,
PROMPT AND ACCURATE at the Town Library, Dean Ferguson, ADDITIONAL LOCALSMr.

WORK teacher. Subject The New Learning: W. H. G. Scott one of St. : .. duction."--O.W. i i
Henry VII., Margaret, Catharine of

HAL A. IRISHCivil Aragon; Discoveries. I tersburg's yesterday in prominent Orlando citizens looking, Pe'I'I ::

Engineer CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION MEETINGS -1 I business matters._ :. Conner.Trees .

Mr. Warren Akers of : like these will work for you while
one the you sleep. They can't be
47 Watkins BIdg., Orlando, Fla., At an interesting meeting of the
grown overnight it takes
prominent and successful attorneysof : ; time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
Young Men's Christian Association
Nashville, Tenn., who has been in .
last evening C. P. Dow of Orlando,
Orlando for several days visiting his :
F. A. PEPPERCORN: gave a short" address on the subjectof mother, Mrs. C. F. Akers, left yesterday :
"Saving. A good crowd attendedand afternoon over the Atlantic CoastLine : Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE "OCKLAWAHA

BUILDER and CONTRACTORPhone attention.listened to the speaker with close I for his home in that city. : NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class

The usual nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in test
37 weekly Y. W. C. A. 1---- of our groves what could be accomplished -
Charleston, :
meeting was held during the evening ''S. C., who has not been in Orlando by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for,yes, DEMAND -
and topics of interest to the associa- I for time, trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have
some was among those reg- ; not been in existence -
L. Percival Hutton tion others.were discussed by the leader and istering at the San Juan hotel yester : five years are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery produc

day. lie was here on a combined tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your

37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y. RETURNED TO WINTER PARKF. last business and pleasure trip and left trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER not a SELLER, and YOU ARE
evening for points farther south.
ARCHITECT W. Cushman and wife and little interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your

daughter Doris, armed in Winter Mr. C. D. Keller, the popular trav- time and money to bring it into bearing.

McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando, Park Monday from the North, where i citing' representative of Haines, Jones Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

Florida they have been spending the summer j& Cadbury Co., makers of plumbing you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originators
very enjoyably. They will occupy supplies, Philadelphia arrived in Or- of in
proper practices propagation for the
I express purpose of producing the
Member F. A. A. their cottage near the college campus J lando yesterday and will spend one thing
a couple Florida
needs in
the market first-class
during the season. fruit and plenty of it.
of days in this
section in the interest
Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents
I of his house. "Neal," as his more, but Professor Shamel's
WINTER PARK NOTES many friends call him, spent his boy- work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our

S.S.JonesChiropractor Among the commercial men who i,hood days in this city. His father *ay, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in
visited Winter Park yesterday were t,I'was one of the leading business men comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write: for it.
Fred Cook and Chas. Hale of Jacksonville t and conducted a large dry goods and
and J. L. Walker of Tampa. clothing establishment on Orange
II I I avenue. Neal reports business as being -
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Waide and| I good and especially so through-
daughter Miss Marjorie, returned to i !out South Florida. : Ocklawaha Nurseries
Graduate of Davenport, la., Col Winter Park Monday. Miss Waide i is ---- -
lege. taking special work at Rollins.!
Specialist on Nervous and Room No 3, Schultz Bldg. : O. \\'. Conner. Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.

Chronic Diseases.4th Mrs. C. II. Morse left yesterday afternoon Dr. C. W. Fain
for New York where she will
spend the coming week. DENTIST 1 G. G. WRIGHT, Agent, Orlando, FloridaMllittttttttttttft

Floor;} Y. D. Building Office Hourst B to 12, 2 to 5t .
Ahick, Jr., is suffering .
Phone 209 from a severe case! of grippe. WINTER PARK FLA.
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s 1

> ! iiiiiiiiiMimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i u .SENATE EXPECTS HOT CLOTURE through.At .

WAR any rate the cloture rule will
set loose the dogs of war and the sen Beautiful Dust and Shouldersare
ate will be the arena of of the pnmlbU if you will wear a acUntiflcalJy eoMtractod
one Biea
( Jolts raMiere.Th. .
Washington, Nov. 30,-The drop of
YOU CALLAnd hardest fought bouts congress has .drawing weight of an nnronflned bout M Stretches the
the gavel calling to order the sixty. ever seen. supporting niiuclea that the COD tour of tike ague.U spoiled.
fourth congress will be the signal for ITTH'M' W Cut the bait back where It beffflUSrf -
A.- __ prevent the full bunt from
see the Man.ta Rosa Line? If you did not, come at the opening of one of the bitterest NOTABLE FIGURES IX TilE f mfrtl( .t) *:IB") binwa having. eliminate the appearance the dancer of flab.itM of.
fights the senate has seen-the SENATE can A 'JJriFr i PX" drsRgnamuscie.andcoonnsthe I
ever a,. of the ,h8Uiu
once. You'll know WHY when you do so. This is the graceful line to the entire upper body. r fiviDf a
fight for the adoption of a cloture i
Washington, Nov. 30.-The "Cher y 'fheyarelhedaintieetandmataeniaabtegarmenbtmaglnablecome .-
high-class line of America today: and we are glad we can i -' in all material and style: Croon Back Hook;
rule.The okee Strip" returns to the senate rront.Surplice Bandeau etc. Boned with Walohn.."Ute
first question to come before with the ,per rustless buoing-permitting-washing without remoTal.
offer such a line to our friends.SUPREME. chamber opening of the new Have df'AI..uhow
the senate will be the adoption oi session of congress. The Strip is h ed. we your will fladly send you him.Den prepaid Joe Bnuwierea.sample to foot show stork you.

rules for the session. The Democrat. that part of the minority side of the 4523"a BENJAMIN lie JOIIXES. 51 Warren Street Newark N. J.

ic majority will propose the cloture chamber occupied by majority mem-

amendment tabooing unlimited debate bers crowded out of their natural ter .
and designed to stop filibustering ritory. There are 96 members in the ------ - - - --

|. That expresses. in part, the quality of this line. Of the And there the fight will start. senate, and not more than 53 desks

.* Predictions are being made that. can be placed on either side of the
most exquisite character throughout-down to the last 'I Henry G. HanchettPianist
the cloture rule fight will tie up senate central aisles without serious crowd

details of packaging. Join the band of discriminating business and prevent its getting ing. When either party grows to and Teacher

down to real work before February, more than 53 in number, its excess

users. thereby making it almost certain must be accommodated on the minority MUSICAL DEPARTMENTS.

that congress will stay in session almost side of the house. Adelphi, National Park and Drenau Colleges.
Say MANTA ROSA and continuously throughout the This year the Democrats have 56 Sometime Metropolitan and Beethoven Conservatories.
Director :Monteagle: and Florida
next For this reason, reports Chautauquas.
year. members in the senate, to 40 who are Choral and Orchestral Societies.
Get QUALITY come from reliable sources that the Republican. Three Democrats have Organist of Two Fifth Avenue (N.Y.) Churches.
administration may quietly call off been assigned to the Strip. In accordance
the battle to put over the cloture with immemorial About 300 in New York City. Also before Columbia
custom Recital Cornell Pennsylvania, Peabody, Vassar Smith and
amendment in order to expedite the the three are chosen from among the and other Universities, Colleges, Assemblies and Clubs
passage of such needed legislation, new senators, and their seats are Lecture in all part of the country.
particularly the defense bills and get placed at the extreme of the
corner New Music Studio
f ready Dec. tat at 107 America Street.
LUCERNE PHARMACYPHONE out of the for the
congress way com chamber, no that the minority shall Temporary Address' 511 Anderson St.
ing presidential campaign. have the advantage of position. As

2. WE GIVE TRADING CHECKS Senator Robert L. Owen of Oklahoma the neats are arranged in a semicircle

will lead the fight for the facing the platform on which are - s --_--
When in Klssimmee visit the Palace Drug Store. adoption of the cloture amendment. installed the vice-prcnident and the

He delivered three speeches in recent rending clerks, the members!! at thot'ndt
session urging the reduction of ora of the rows are'unable to nee
tory in the senate. He made many the member at the other end of the ORLANDO ROOFING
lllllllillMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMIillMMMMMMMMMIMMIMMMMMMMMMM converts to his idea during. the filibuster semi-circle.

tgainat the ship purchase bill Paul O. Hunting, of Wisconsin' a AND::

+ which marked the closing days of the Democrat who received the vote of SHEET
last congress. Now he intends to LaFollette Republicans in the election METAL CO.

renew with increased vigor: his efforts last year, has taken the desk at the
Grocery SpecialsFor to close down the lid on unrestricted extreme corner on the Republican

speech in the senate. Owen believes side. In front of him will be seated Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos

the sentiment of the country is so Robert F. Broussard of Louisiana ,
and a
Saturday MondaySalad strongly in favor of "less talk and high tariff Democrat who made a notable and Rubber Roofings

Dressing .-__.......20c 6 Toilet Paper ____________25c more work" that the senate will adopta fight in the house against the
Maraschino Cherries -_,.,.,lOe 4 Toilet Paper ____________25c cloture rule without serious battle. reduction of the duty on sugar. At Cornices. Skylights. Heating Ventilating. Natal' Ceilings
Vinegar per bottle ________I5c linking Powder, lb. ..__,_..20c At any rate he figures even if sometime Husting' left will sit Ed. S. Johnson
Ginger Ale, per bottle ______lie Tomato Tickle ________.___20c is consumed at the outset get.
Lemon Extract _____ .__-_-_Be Dill Tickles _-__...__-.-_._20c of South Pakota, who succeeds Coe Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
Flour, 12 Ibs. ___-------___-45c Coffee per lb. -___-______W15eTta ling such a rule adopted it will save I. Crawford Progressive Republican,
Whole Wheat Hour _---____30c per Ib _-_-,---_--___25c go much more time throughout the Both Husting and Johnsan are counted .
Cake Flour 2 pkgs for T-,25c Tea, can --,-__-_,,,------,15c session that it will be well worth the l and Broussard ---
Salt, box or sack ,-??--_,-..e Tuna Fish --,-._-__---- ,.20c: initial coat.Practically. "progressive" a
Cod Fish 1111 ,--.-_-_=JOcEprff Imported! Lentils ,_.,.-_,,, "conservative" in the Democratic list.
Noodle --,- ??---,,IOe Vienna. Sausage _,,_,,.==-,100 every Republican In the
Fish. Flakes ---- ._..", ----_.1Oe Oatmeal lb. ,.?,.,......,-Be upper house is getting himself in a London I t4 going to deport some of
Sardines , ,_ fie Mince Meat .,..,,. ,., ..lOsAeons
-- -- state of
f == -- *- ? ( preparedness far defense
per box( ,,-.,,,,,=.Ire Hath Ilrlck .,.,=,,=,,,-=,.10( her undetirahle aliena Toil' Rlnan' Yancey Meat Market Inc.
against a cloture' rule, realising (hat (ha Ameiifan, jockey, who it I U sail

Irish! Potfttoe, per peck ........=n..n......ROe if it in adopted the party will lie run* hM, been ronduetnlg A gambling den, FULLY MID UP*

Sweet PoUitoe! per peck, =.==.=?.=..n..n..n.... WC tiered |helpless!|.| In iiin. itii n to anything across t the pond, hiss (rotten in hail,
See clUpIny of vegetable mid fruits I the Iem) ?riitUi majority wUit) 4 Miiil they' JUt point? tn'hip!|> hint! buck T. A. YANCCY, Jr., Pratt'' and Mgr
to (put IIMIII| '" the Mttllltw lunik,,. Theywill lo %'''$ltt.% Hotter( fpnil. him (to the ORLANDO, FLORIDA
E------ -- --z -- 'Imve m hllie flllllllt) i t, If 'hut nil t t IPnI'lipi.
WK IIVM HAV1NCJH CIII.CIH nf tin. never) JlpMlwrntli'' \ frphnliir" Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

who J"ItIt'.1" | (the flliliuMcr", iiguliiftl! "" thenhlt Florida and Western Meats
-. -. -. .
- - - ,
| tirrhnw" Mil Wllli (this nrhiytliry I

Our me rnnflilclit of delVnUiitf'' tile IF KIDNEYS ACT ())'IIf/f'tl4, mult, louItryt VcgelaMcitt<< Cutiic, Ittc.
Grocery CompanyTwo II IItI.IIII|IUllcll()' mpnuurp.
special' Altcntln to Hotel and Out of Town Ordtrc
The opening of the cloture i
Y gun\
Phones: 3 and 200 fight will Im n rlalm by t the I Drniucratic BAD TAKE SALTS rMQHi! { Bu.'lne (ITS F. 0. lOX aae
majority that the old rules of Ruldenee Ij) Cor. Or.nK Au. and Church >,.

6 and 8 E. Pine Orlando, Fla.liiiMMMtilMMIMMMIilMliMIMiilliHIK. the senate do! not hold over from one
session' to the other, }but that they I .
Says Backache [b .
a sign you have bean -
must' "ellolh'll tt the opening of -
each new session.' If their contentionIs !, eating too much meat, which Add To The Appearance ,
forms uric acid. -
r upheld the senate will operate under S SpecialVIA
general parliamentary law until Tampa

the rules are adopted. Under this When you Crake up with backache: and
arrangement, it will be possible to dull misery in the kidney region it generally and value of your home by putting
move the previous question and bring ) means you have been eating too down I
much meat, says a well-known authority. good concrete side.
debate to a close, forcing a vote on Moat forma uric acid which overwork walks.
the question of the adoption of the the kidneys in their effort to filter it I Atlantic
new rules. These rules, as framed by from the blood and they become sort of Our workmen are mechanicswith Coast Line
paralyzed]and log gy When your kidney
the Democratic caucus, will providefor get sluggish and clog you must relieve experience and ability.
a limited cloture: rule. them like you relieve your bowels; removing Standard Railroad of the South
"Sturdy as the Oak" The opposition will set up the contention all the body's urinous waste, All work guaranteed to be
that the senate is a continuing else you have backache, sick headache, first-class and satisfactory.Call Keinaugurated Nov. 15th-lCth
diuy; spell; your stomach aour, tongue
body and that its rules hold over is coated, and when the weather if bad -
ghts-Speeders, Roadsters and Touring Cars, and get our low figures on
from one session to another. The you have rheumatic:! !.twlngei. The urine
?. 0. II. Factory. vice-president probably will be called 'I eiouaj, full oi (ediment, channel often nil classes of concrete work. Schedule-Dally
I get with the added that to rule the pet\ ore, water acalds and you are obliged Lv. Ar.
you power feeling young I upon upon question. No to seek relief two or three time during
car on the road. The Oakland Northway matter which way he rules, an appeal the night 12:45 p. m. Tampa 4:00: p. m.
2,500 revolutions per minute, but that is only probably will be taken from his Either consult a good, reliable physician ORLANDO CONCRETE 1:20 1:38 p. m.m. Plant Lakeland City 3:25: p. m.
I, e wonderful responsive power of the Oakland decision. Cloture will be nsmyed! if about at four once or get from of your pharmacist WORKS 2:52 p. m. Kissimmee 1:51: p.p. m.m.
ounces Jad
ghts. The motor Is the most powerful made. the majority votes in support of the a tablespoonful In a glass Salts of water take 3:22: p. m. Orlando 1:20 p. m.
long stroke and large valves, speed of revolutions claim that the rules do not hold over, before breakfast for a few dar and your Manufacturers of Concrete 4:05: p. m. Sanford 12:43 p. rn.

flow of power. It means not only smooth but if it decides the rules do holdover kidney will then act fine. This l famous Products 5:54 7:30: pp p.. rn.m.At.1'alatka Jack'lle Lv.10:44 9:15 p. m..
mil, but a hill climbing there will be little hope Mill I Ii made from the acid of grapes : a. rn.fcqulprnent
I ability unsupassed. for cloture and lemon juice, combined with HthlA 407 Long Sty Mtone 493 i will tqnslBt bf Pulbtiah
because the tlepubtlcarn!' with and ban been used for .
generation! id( I Hrnllrt--llUbt-triUrm! JtrtflnlM .. A;r!_
their Democt-aiic tttlles! will filibusterIhttHtilhrtbly dean and stimulate stugtrlsti! kldnetn.ttlsrt - L. Frbfe Iterlininp Chaps-tntSLt-:
OaklandPouro against! such ah ahiehd- id faeblrti acH Id the tHin! avt It t[ flrthl Vtstlbuled!'! tyflrhbs ahtl, t'btt1:
hieht.AddbHoH. M ftMRheS longer*. iiHtatei!tt this fendlhff.bladdef 'P tngy Fling Rose I blhatidh tUtth Whit llrtpgttfrfe t dta.hif .

bf ti tlottlh* rtlle wbtlld .Jst.1: polt4 f: life; MHF Irtr, ittlH: ,
I lIt! 1H! Ihe fbrW bf fetrtllttUoH: 1 bt the hlhtt! catrH. lit t lli t \ lneihHt!:UlS t'rtt'( tHt OU h@ Petunia( I
and Sixes IterHHrhUH' titsiJHfI.V\ ) tHF till U"rttM' t stt1it "IhI HlftkH ft .tf -llgb\ dh]I h pfINAitNOOh : IR'efffilHiB' Gall 88W.

hf tin; ship HlFehf\ HlllHI tH j tt t4tFR3f hUu If! of ink: Plant i f Di) WIIITfi, H 5 T A.

tint (\)Cllr| IHjtWHful) tlt v iiu' llic HUM l Molting]? Iwmfoomili JjFiR : M {flits tlm til0 thIjI! JiIlF W III OINtML. u. P. It T.1tJ

on ti@ J PHfWtfM VRWld(: Fftfflgft:i flfld\ hAl@ J'OUf @FtllFi? tlu@ Orlando
RAW thtf ef t1 thtMF { t { \ (QAKH AND)
PpftFrHRlty flt
1 =!ttoM Wedge!t MnwjRhf J' its np i
3:=)lIHW Cenler nf t nmHlf I,> nllh I I 1 t W\'nt1;,\ \\ ;\ r''i"fP\ ; h4nil.Ths PANDY l PAIILOItPeliclaus
t:=\\\m\!\ ; \ Nlrenwlh' \\\\ :''tht Weight privilege fA tam PR PRY *nhas. Violet! Dell
,=|figh Ppeert! Motor with !, J'flwer I j ae4 'Jpng as.a. senatpr'f pjce pan Florist Convinced
{R$r=?jnmamy with !iHury law heard wits\ wstahfihed! in t80Q, tigt Dandies, Lakes! han4wjches, .
not until recent! years has this privilege etc.
U are i iakland points pf SUP :momTV, all of which are 1 "been used for filibustering pur Order f a"fn for parHn. J, H, CARUTRERSPhn stood"Yes by," the said tick the contractor specialist,, "I a* can:he

d In no other car, poses. Long ago the house of representatives Located$ fn rear of Branch'* BookStore 50i. 408 South hake BU cure you."

LEJT US SHOW YOU-THE CAR IS WAITINGMagrucler found! it necessary to put Arcade Entrance "What will it colt," asked the sick
the soft pedal on excessive discussion man faintly.
- "Ninty-nve dollars""You
but any attempt to stem the 1- will have to shade your price
8. Jr. flow of elocution in the senate has always S. Helen Graves a little," replied the cOnractor.HI
been met with the strongest got a better Lid from the undertaker."

PHONE 31 opposition, despite the fact that pra- CLINT BASSPHONE Shampooing manicuring facial and and The his specialist competitor stood got pat the on job.his price

tlcally every other important legislative 175Weatjefferaon body massage scalp treatment for We are specialists (in our line of
body in the entire world limits falling hair given under modern work and sanitary conditions prevail

he Proper Christmas Card debate. One school of thought on Street scientific name has prinripaU.given entirely My treatmentfor hatinfactory It side will. pay you to stay on the safe f(

this subject contends that unrentrictj >..cseaser te result. My special' facial ma.
graved,p order, for your personal use, We have a beautiful I j ed speech making in the senate defeat sage brim bark the youthful appear '

tt IIIHn ,/lt'and have tnkon several orders during the past the purposes of the constitution !Hand Wood CompanyWood Ing antI&the of muscles your former of &the self fare, by neck develop., etc Orlando

by enabling a minority to hold up Prices*. for .nwllrhf of the beat. quality
It la n lenMure to 8how you these beautiful .wirnplea even if legislation; while the other school of All Kinds on appliralion Appointment' ran |1.- Steam Laundry
lo not claims A d ture rule would I be run' made by phone, Afu, Hour from 0

Th\v.I S. trwry to the principle( of free ni"+ewh 1'/lO."I'T SWKWCKItHASOX.iHUf to 12 a.mIto41p.in I I'AHl.OIJM( FRENCH DRY CLEANF-U8

BRANCH and would give the rnnJ-trHy unlim-! l'll1Cll: Ynwell.l/uckwurth/ t LAUNDERERS

ARCADE HOOK AND MUSIC STORK lied power to jam any Itllfhl"lhm Itoom No. I Orlando, Florida. PHONE 88DID

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tLU li A t1OY ill Ull' Il VI ''D Cl CU1T Ctl it !t 99 tlH 1N TWO FLIERS FltEEZB TO UEAtll UAll1EdrILL WILL HELP IN

to JOIN 1 onu I' 1Aen () tEULA ttlUNTY IN W AMiJfttftjgfttd. ilUILUIMl OLD) SPAN t *
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k.I. tf: : \ ill JNetph? Hi, J RMi pf f lFlanda) w@f@ dumped today in $a is iitiH@af : i Trail teaut\: fF\ mt fiHt! IH'dsY

liil@ ,, \ \ @!' ftH8fAV, woo en Mm t to IAklt f )lvtoKi) The mn hd been and FtitFlIIY l plli4i'I! { the" fUr t
a est
-tlrtl4 :' l : (@ lhp' .tfthi'1! IRt@f@ets \In HlmlHi\t\ f rf@R tij drth, I I ftJl4 fAIJJltf tA aid 11thll Funetfuctlunof : JJtr'' ce h r Y cut mr: :set U7rr'XW. t :\sAl i:1
: whilli P.nnt titcnnprpheF: PI 14=1, the tfiil; Arrngements! wilt harnada
t tA Jhm f : The tllktrasa t Yp1z
( R' (}11'.04' WitpniPJ! Ws permitted: tA / ftha fPnyenMon. pf the (Pen-: : .'t tatslyprtrsatlraetPFt+ shP>t III r t+1af+w+,4"1 .a4 tat.
pears all hU pencil sharpened and, # frAU the Russian line, ]nj //4ptt trat' Florid' Highway Association ro/DH i ... Wrlte pl..Plcde.fl1..htct-J'iA..14
Sewed ernor's: i suply pf not books, was then cut PIT by a. flock of RU*. here December 0 to name a big delegation te..iP' ;iJ. I.twa Wet(.t.acrtattl.adrwl'h.tsia3Dattie....tsc;pj; t1.a.{)I.,.1,3sstiv."",t" Nw",ttil itet
court settled dawn to business sian aircraft. The German machine from this section to the Mobile a-'N-a'Hhg,...
h a large number of attorneys circled about frantically for half an I I convention: when the route of the Old 46 AA ttaoaawav 'New Y0M CIT, I

( The civil: docket was taken hour and then, when it was seen I Spanish:; Trail will be officially named. - - -
first and cases immediately set there was no chance of escape, it de- The scout car will reach Live Oak 6s'-711111 ia t
Wilt trial Most of the present week scended to the marsh. I .e -
i tonight and spend the night there,
the taken up with the trial of civil Cossacks on bicycles started in pur- !.the party being guests of Capt. W. J. r DO YOUR OWN SHOPPING'JS '
York and each session was largely suit, but did not discover the landing Hillman over Sunday. Mr. Emmett
by interested parties. After place until after the Germans had will leave Monday morning for the
the cabling afternoon recess for Thanksgiv- met death. The aeroplane was un-I trip through Georgia on the return I "Onyx" Hosiery
1 route day, the court opened this morn- damaged. trip to Mobile.
be to begin the trial of John Padget;, C\vea the BF-ST VALUE for Your Money

with the theft of a domestic I Ewry Cb4 fr..C.HM to SOk F.MM. W MM uJ CLUn

ment .! This from case the Carson attracted Cattle consider-com- I MRS. MARY A. COX look Any Color. and Style From 25c to $5.00 per pair
; tor'" Trade Hark
SOU try All Good DnlMfcWholesale
k vited. ; attention at the last term of
I Thomas ;, when it resulted in a mistrial. ANNOUNCESThat l' Lord & Taylor.NEWYOaE
maker she has moved to
ter expected that his case Will oc-
I men 'the time of the court for a great- = E'Siii5iiiiIJ' _
110 Summerlin Place
tens part of next week.-Kissimmee

\ time ruined, Gazette. Convenient, yet quiet and Private, in a Pleasant Place where one can find All
women 'l't that is Exclusive in Blouses, Neckwear and Novelties.
atmosphere With exgnuite
i I lasting:fragranc'eED. -
icism, WOMEN MUST WEAR? 110 Summerlin Place Orlando Fla.
f ,
that it .-A well attended meeting PINAUD'S LILAC
and by women reformers of fash The
ity great French perfume, winner of highest international
was held last evening under the awards. Each
can be drop as sweet and fragrant as the living: Lilac
ply of the crown princess. The blossom. A celebrated connoisseur said: "I don't see how
was to get patriotic women you can sell such a remarkable perfume for 75 cents a bottle"-and
off French and other foreign Hammond & GoreFUNERAL Ask remember each bottle contains 6 oz.-it is wonderful value Try it.
your dealer
today ED. PINAUD'S LILAC for 10 eettt
and to wear only a truly ,
Mr. cur American offices ",;111,4.011 a testing bottle. Writ tcJjy,

\ cial Yord I fripperies.style and of dress dignified, which, but should free DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. ._- ARFUMERIE ED. PDUtD. Dept M ED. PIXAID Bldg. New York

to join
I illustrated the proposed Real Values Low Prices
and condemned high heeled

) pumps, gauzy stockings, for- COMPARE
.' fabrics, and cosmetics.

however had been reserved OUR FURNITUREWe The Right Idca.lnFLORENC
an opposition speaker, who pro 011
New a number of the latest models
of the .. The dismayed reformers provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted Oil Cook Stoves v.Lookkr

time found a majority of the audi by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If Florence Oil Stoves" are tale, rrllablcllntilp
French, had deserted them and were ap. an article la here it Is good. It wouldn't be here were If otherwise.We I t}-' I | fotnvnlrot, economical, licit I if
: enthuiaatically each new can't make this point too clear-It is one of the foundation r? cosily wicks tu regulated. by a little leer N
; trlini no calves to leak A Rlat{
f estimate and drowning out those who stones of this: business, and that'means much to any buyer. ? 1: i tam Mniira rye"always ehows you amount o|
printed the truly German models. I t.es almaoil In tank.
will i Kit otlicr stoves apprn&ch Florence Oil
LETTUCE is Stores In reliability and tconomy-In th{
McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK ; Intensity of brut In nark done by ftjrltn'r'
btes for tettuce crop in the Oakland tmnHy| ( nf lilt-In their low cost bf !
ing is unusually good this year Corner Orange Ate. and Church street Orlando Florid t-t-nt lit hour |ttot 'burner.Alt .
slid per tO will !! shipments are going forth rap w I II I ttu..tltttltrh I)1 I){eh' It?!weAtttmniUc Iluak4t-I: "utUabt..l'tt1>l..tenctf felo-t9 and Ovens I ttt

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j THE CHARM OF and we will gladly lay them away until called for-this costs THE POPULAR .......

I OUR JEWELRY you nothing extra-helps you-helps us. WRIST WATCH

is irresistible. It needs but a glance at our complete
be had here in many varieties and at many
ti What Menmay
assortment of Rings, La Vallieres, Necklaces, etc. to f 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 character, of choice will be the best in its class from any stand-
i ? p It should not be
workmanship. And do not point. Reliability and value are our watchword.
neglect to note our +' hard to buy some-
Wrist watches this season are made detachable,
reasonable prices. We have a great variety of -z, thing that a man
will appreciate, we the bracelet can be taken off and watch worn with
prices to suit every purse, and we can please you.
will gladly assist chain or otherwise, the same as other watches.

e L you. Let us show
'' '
o you the things we

Come To Our Store have.
Everything Is Guaranteedand

and we will be glad to show you anything, you will
have only such goods that we as well as the
be under no obligation to us for this. We invite Let Us Suggest
manufacturer personally guarantee. When we sell
comparison of our stock and prices with in the
any Watches Fobs Tie Clasps we expect to make a friend. We want your patron-

land, and will sell the Vest Chains Cuff Links Cuff Buttons
same goods as cheap or for age and give prompt and careful attention to every
Coat Chains Scarf PinsSmoker Military Brushes
less than any mail order house. 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., For One Three Day RATESFor USJTB _:::-_-_=::23t 50c SENTINEL WANT ADS ARE READ BY 10,000 PEOPLE tug: UneU.llonlhES.$2 i0: I

FOR RENT-Furnished rooms In I
new house; furnace heat bath, hot H R.
and cold water. There will be some BERRYI
chilly days. 405: West. street. I
11-30-Gt I

FOR RENT-3 furnished rooms for A complete line of Ford Accessories -
I light housekeeping, with kitchen. .. p
ftEAL .u('". Apply Tresher 503 West Central ; a staff of expert mechanics
... avenue. 11-27-Ctc( FOR SALEA
_.--- to render satisfaction in nUl
FOR RENT: -FurnUhed flat for light
ESTATEorp. housekeeping; also large furnishedbed Just lines of Automobile Repair
rooms; 1 block from center of
SAN JUAN town. UO'J Palmetto' street. 11-27-tfc Work. Vulcanlzinjr, Oils and I
Real Estate fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft.
v MOTEL. / FURNISHED: FLAT TO RENT with Gasoline, and fair and square on
all modern improvements, Including -I I1'U
private bath, flin E.: Uldgewood ave. prices S. West St. $2300.
nut, near Lake .:ola. Call at O, I K. ron U'Cr'-110U8t: SALE:
Bakery. 11-27-flt -
-- -- The two houses t have fur sale nt
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms, the price of one are located' on lot IN
For Nine
In new, "modern hornet one-half foot front facing past with a depth
Mork. from hear fit of .10/ feet number 4ud Magnolia
--- t Luke's lOl ItRI. Iteasonalte! rates for avenue between Livingston and! Ame We have! been In business ttt the
roil HALE: 'the season, 40(1( Margaret I !street. lia. iW BPI liith! uf splendid home, I C. A. HOVEY
= \tU-29-tf with grand bid oaks! arching the't""tR itttne l Ideation, Corner af South
t rolt HALH OU ItttNf-ily owjier, a !!\ .
hew hiudetn l.utitialeW, with *l* I I This tnoiletH 2 story 11I1I1"tI has' bOrel Main tind Church Street,
l large rMMMHi hall |ntlh, *nd I with everyVfiileiice i ,4lJJt. HliNf: rurhlvhvd" pleasant r1''!fi parlor' living l1,4"'tu, tinting
( tu iiiftk It desirable hninpjnlre / suite\ tif light liuuaekeeplfK\ !! foomsi' Hiiitit, l kUt''''"hv1it try, toilet! and 'tat: "IMione 22fl l
lull tleoiffltiiefMkeei ! 11l,' \hJlhtl\ f bake fin OFt!' t ""fllll."th i lit ctiiiiiPiU'ini,, flet,1: (story, IfUge.!: ) pMUll: fill the fHtlll
th;: l'iue' I lenowhrt'i! )iMseI.e tits{ Snit t .|I"Ihlllll1| |( i tfftNge IIdeelre.lt dint !frutei Irttlhetl\ t IMF ,earth, Orlando'' I.eiullntf Repair
will eui tpleteal| | \ taller, 'IKUI' cf Nit ;' private,, ("mil)'. !H'J Nttrllit 00 the tppMiui'\ t flout die' H tarps Shop ,
vender, AU I have! 1pili rw< w" tut- fiHHIl t irtli. I H HHmQ';l ...1"tI.in: HIIIHQ! =;, etuh having t'fi4m- and ((1nrnu, L 7'11Ft """ 1 '1 TI
tsg and a minller buimatuwviui jjl"IIRVi\torii, ,piped" l for \tint nod\ 1 cold'
pnee nail t teiw to Mmi I.. .rfhR"jjr. t'on IlKNT( -Ily the season, month, Haler, 'ibeie la \lao 1m \eMrrt: IfHg"srrf'til1elHn
Have aUo several= l fu.r >hed loom fur of )'flarf t! upstairs flat for lighthnltsekeepengi bleeping" forth, with |onn\ I Lll1nb ... Y-4athH: and hlnA'lcl3
rent, Address Kentucky Home, nU/ aUn other rooms, and enough for tile \vluJilo family The .
.'l4hn r street, Oitanda, "I'hone sad, I garage. electric lights and bath in oath room is large, light and airy
11.IJJ-imu't hone, Apply :WO |4ast Cone rd! ave. nice enameled fixtures, alt 1| modern and!

A $3,500 UARfiAlN I tHe 'i I sanitary.The house U newly painted and papered -
airy throughout bhailes ure hunt. its
FOR m'NT-looOl; (: ; upstairs
Ten acre young grapefruit grove four I ,bed room, recently papered, !: wired for electric lights, fixtures
two and a half in 'bearing, new
furnished 'beds, installed also connected wish gas. In
cottage and bath garage, chicken nicely twin iron convenient -
room and houses one mile from toilet and bath. Also kitchenette fact you will find every (convenience
yards otf brick; road. and use of dining room.; Nicely necessary for home comfort. It you I
city limits just :i | located Reasonable rates. AdI do not care to use the entire house
OWNER 1 O. BOX 676 ( ) I IZ.I ANDO
dress "landlord," care of the Sentinel. the location, so near the "Wyoming,
11.6-lmc I 11.16.lmoc insures rental of spare. rooms at
extra good prices. Always in demand -
FOR SAI.K-Dwelling& six rooms, 'FOR nr.NT-An apartment of four ; or If you care to rent the entire -
practically new nice condition with I nicely furnished rooms, separate I house and occupy during the Cement, Afjatite Plaster and Lime
lawn, bearing citrus fruit trees, roes bath hot water, electric lights, gas; I tourist season the 3 room cottage on
and shrubbery; near Luke Kola: ; very new house very deniable; adults I the premises In the rear, you would
desirable! >> location $4,000, terms. I only. GUI Magnolia nve. IMfl-tfe I derive a rental by which the propel ty
Address "Owner" Hox as, Orlando, -- could le made to pay Itself out.
j.'la. H'ltMmoc FOR RENT-Furnl: hed house, seven I There 'is a garage, barn, and chicken ,
rooms, electric lights, bath, etc.; house, etc. Fruits of various
FOR HAI.K:-1Q ,Acres on brick high'. very desirable location sub East: kinds, everything: right up to now and
way; 7 room house, barn and garAge Tin street. 11. $>:u' Just A little above! the ordinary In
; 7 1-2 acre, cleared; 1 acre young many wnys.
; l $1(1121.Utc( \ FOR( RENT: Summer cottage also It does not require much ready
l Cerl1)nnnplan = ;
dale! : suite of four rooms, with 3 i (beds; money; n small cash payment from YOU U WILL HAVE MUCH F FOR R
also :.1 J room .flat, for light housekeep respomdule parties will secure the
poll HALi;: OK ItENT-On story ins; electric light, bath, telephone, property,
bungalow, one lake view, all kinds attractive groundu! $12 per month The price! U $0,300 A bargain at
citrus fruit, large garage, best part that
10 W Concord! avenue
of city: best. bargain In town. Ad up.li-28-lmc figure.K. C. "OtiNGREAi.ESTATL. I II
dress 702 Uroadway. 11.21-Gt' :
FOU 8ALK A-ONEY MAK EJT WANTED Room 10. McNeill & 10.24.tfe Illock.

F A!shed l 14 room house on brick
street. arranged for light; housekeep WANTED-Second hand cook stoveor ------ -- - --
ing. Splendid location; large; lot. range. 1' O. Box 351.11.30.3t' .
'Terms. Owner 10 W. Concord ave
nue._ WANTED-To list all kinds of prop- Thanksgiving Day will be a c ay of real joy and thanksgiving for Mother, too, if a Gas ,
FOR SALE-One new 1916 touringcar erty for sale or rent. I am having NAME
body top, windshield and lamps.A manp applications for houses fur. I Range cooks your dinner. The modern mother knows that gas cookery has done away
Act quick. Ford Garage; nished and unfurnished.; I will be
209 bargain.South Orange avenue. 11-13-tfc glad to list what you have. Mrs. "City Beautiful"There with the unnecessary, complexion-ruining heat of the coal or wood range.
H. R. Leaks. 45 East Pine street.Phone .
-- --
179. ----I .8 dwLOST lmo'
FOR SALE AT BARGAIN have been over 10 miles of

Or will rent completely furnished, brick streets put. down within the
new modern and attractive home Lake city limits in the past year, borderedon 'If You Cook On A Gas Range
pretty lawn and shrubbery near each side side walks
LOST-I-adios solitaire diamond ring. by concrete ,
bath, .
Eola two stories, five rooms
; Liberal reward for return to the
porch and summer which will be completed this winter.
screened sleeping J. Schnarr in the of 51
Box office of rear
dining room. Address Owner Beautiful homes demand beautiful
West Church street 11-28-Ctc
397, or call at 312 Broadway sidewalks and streets, nnd it takes you save more than your personal appearance. :MONEY you save because gas Is the cheap fuel. TIME
I1.10 dw-tf
I.OST-Small faced watch all three to make beautiful .
on city.If
mNT-lIoUII.I',1: pin, between Luke Lucerne and theEmpire 'n good sidewalk a has not been you save because a pas range reaches the "right heat" in a few minutes stays there, and doesn't die
FOR SALE-FOR : : hotel. Monogram I B. L. on
furnished and ',uck. Return to Orlando *(Bank and I put down in front of your place you out at the critical moment. LABOR you save because simply turning& on the gas starts the fire and
some splendid 'lots. Call and see whatI I Trust Co. and receive reward. are not doing your part to make the
have to otter 'before you buy or 11.3-tfc city beautiful. keeps it lit. WORRY and UNCERTAINTY you save because you can rely on the gas range to keep I
rent. Mrs.\ II. U. Leake, 45 Kant: Pin --- .
rrct,dw-lmo-or 312 Broadway Phone 171)) MISCELLANEOUS[ a constant heat and produce Invirlably good bakings.

----- Call the
TRADi): for gCHltl' rio. T. HULL co.
: Olt
.lie, 10 acre tract, 7 arrl'1I1 (Phone t 105. (Rock Bid*., Boom 3. ORLANDO CONCRETE Come in and investigate
.1 I under fence, fruit trees ftwi.rnouxr Cull unit seo us it Interested in real WOltKS
: Irrigating\ plant barn and I estate. Buy, sell or exchange prop
garage, (1 miles from city on 'brick, erty. Rentals carefully attended to. and get figures on nil dames of concrete .
road. Addrrs"Trae'reof, tha 11lMmooAT work.
Sentinel Orlando .'1". lM8-lmoc
-- --- CHRISTMAS you will be proud .
FOil HALF: A good 'live\ room house, to give plmtowriii'lis'\ If turnip utEvnns' (Phono 193 101( Long SI. I ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
lit due\ condition, In good 'locution; I I No. 102 North Mnln, one block
three Kits l.nritnln north of court house. Make the appointment {
hot and roM I water; ; H :
l Call nt the how !Phone 12i:
Summcrlln. 11.:0 a aa-
FOIL SALE:-Fine waddle hwruw, rhenn.See I IIIUNfl YOUU CIIII.J)--I ,--Slefflons' MillineryI..tlIES'
Jit*. I. iiles U.:'J.:: -tfc pnrlng& A &great display of "
photos for the fair. Want every

FOU SALIJ .l4\rg refrigerator and chill\ No cost to >'ou. Every; hiM HATS I
other market fixtures heap, Jaa. I i eight years and under negatives made - ..
A. Knox. U- 7.ttc ,' free on Wednesdays and Saturdays CHILDREN'S HATS
Howard's Studio 1.11-16.tt<
horsepower I We offer a choice selection of .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MMIIMM
FOR SALE At bargain
oil-engine.a Address "Oil Umbrella epvwe
Engine; ," care Sentinel. 11-27-Gtc "while you wait." av Young's Repair $4,00. $5.00 $6.00.

-- I I Shop 21 E. Pine St. Children Hats $1.00, $1.50 and up.
FOR SALE-3 horse power motor. Our
styles are so good-and
Apply at Uaehn's: Plumbing Shop. NOTARY PUBLIC, with seal. I make,
11-30-3tc I I a sp-laity of deeds, mortgages, prices are so reasonable that you will
.. I, leases contracts, etc. Price very rea find our store the best place In the SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSfRlfSOCOEE
FOR HALF.-Ford touring car, in sonable. Mrs. II. B. Leake 41 East city for millinery.
pood) khape. W. E.: Beck 401 W. I Pine street. Phone 179. 11.9-lmoc

Central axenue. ll-30-Ctc IJIH BARGAIN IN CORNER Slemons' Millinery I

cleared under RESIDENCE FLORIDAAll
FOR SALE-5 acres PROPERTY. Store ,
fence on brick street, flowing well; OWNER NON-RESIDENT
in city limits of Sanford; well worth AND :MUST SELL IN ISDAYS.
$1 I.O! {per acre; owner must sell at WILL PRODUCE
oncif will take $2.000 for the entire
piece. Address Box S3J' : Orlando NET INCOME:\ OF 10 PEn[ : Best and Promptest =

-1l.3IJ.ttt.--: CENT. Auto Livery the leading varieties of Orange and Grapefruit

FOH RENT This property located corner ol f
Trees in fine condition at the lowest
- Magnolia and Concord Avenue. Right, $ Service I very

FOR RENT- Attrncthe business In the center of the finest residential
rOo)m. See H. U. Berry, at the Ford i section of Orlando. Lot 85x90: ; rest. prices :: .*. :: :: .
Gnrt-e. ll-ll-tf I jdence built one year, and contain: !PASSENGER

MUI.al KINDERGARTEN, primary two apartments of four rooms {'"rhj;; I .

ro m. First Methodist church; telephone modern In every respect. Owner hai
221, or call 14 East Jackson agreed to sell for $".250. Term es I

strejt 10-20-tfe $1,000 cash! balance In 3 jears. BUICK OAR

FO) RENT; -Large pleasant fur- This is undoubtedly the best bu y .
nl bed rooms with private family, I in Orlando today. For full particulars ,
List and lowest
do 11-.t-3wksc in. 302orth range avenue. see! the exclusive agents. We call anywhere at any time i Send today, for Catalog, escription ,

COOPER &. ATIIA prices to the above address

RENT-I. rge; two story furni'.hed __ __114 South Orange Avenue.. ... ,
dwelling, modern convenience 11-21-121 Gordon's Transfer Co
two sleeping porches two ,
blocs from postoflfice, corner Jackson
and West streets. Jas. A. Knox. Read the Morning Sentinel ror tlx; 201' S. Orange Ave. Phone 487

i ll-2-tf news. lOe. a week delivered. HAULING OF ALL KINDS I i 11 M I M M 11M 111 i 111M M 1111 d M 1111111M 11 i 111 M.t M111 MI M i M 111 1111M11 ..

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'' _
::;r Mr. John F. Barrett, a prominent
JIHHtIIM! business man of Chicago is expectedto
arrive in Orlando today and in all
probability will spend the winter

l! ALWAYSALmT here.

Savings checks are good as gold.
c TO PROTECT] THEDEPOSITQO Ask thing for! them whenever you buy 11-11-tf any .

Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Jones, of For
I rest City, were among the well known Prepare for ,;'
citizens from that prosperous sectionof
a Orange county transacting busi
I ness in Orlando yesterday.Ride .

; i> MODERN, old time DAY safety:METHODS are factors and that conservative govern -- W-18-tf Hamrick's jitney bus. 5c. (" 1""[ AUTUMN OF LIFE"

I Now in the management of this bank. Mr. M. P. Davis, the popular com
C just as they always ha..e-for pro- mercial representative of the Louisville ,

, gress. & Nashville railroad, was among -
The State Bank is a commercial bank, the transportation men looking after
having the resources, connections and experience business for their roads in Orlando
necessary for the surer protec- yesterday.Fish By saving a definite

tion of its depositors interests. Successful i
and oysters received daily amount each week. We
commercial activity is largely dependent H. M. Self & Co. 1-10-6-tfc

upon banking service and the co-oper- have several plans. Letus
Mr. J. J. Hundley, of New York
ation of a strong bank is an important
" city was among those registering at explain them
business asset. J
the San Juan yesterday. He expectsto
Largest Bank Between Jacksonville and i spend several days in this section,
Tampa. dividing his time between Orlando -
I and nearby towns.

THE Savings checks are accepted as cash
in the savings department of the The
Peoples National
Z STATE BANK I Peoples National Bank. 11-11-tf Bank .

! OF Mrs. J. II. Eustis, of Lansing, "It Is A Pleasure To Serve You"HIMHMHIIIMIIIIMiMMHMIM
Mich., is in Orlando to spend some '
ORLANDO weeks and is the guest of Mrs. LloydS
i Tenny at her home on Lake street.
Mrs. Eustis is the wife of Professor
1 Eustis of the Michigan agricultural 1
I .ieaS college. Mr. Tenny and Prof. Eustis,
who are visiting points on the East
Coast, including Miami, are expectedto
= return the last of the week.

18-18-tf Ride Hamrick's jitney bus. Be.

0 " , . . . . . . . . .
Mr. and Mrs. It. D. Walrath, and ..

U DOL0000K Mr. and Mrs A. A, Everhart, oq! .111..II..I.I..IIIIIIII..I.I..r.'t'.r'.1 ...... . ,1 .I..M
Rochester, N Y., are among the recent '
HAYNES Dealer arrivals in Orlando. They are
pleasantly located! at 301 South

HUPMOBILE HUPPEL BROS R 0 S among Hughey the street.callers at Mr.\ the Walrnth Sentinel wan of,
I flee yesterday, And expressed himself
ServiceNew AS being delighted with Orlando. He
. baa. spent several winters (IA Floridabut JUST RECEIVED
thin is his. first winter here

RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
, hour, 12 miles for 30c. 8-28-tfc Some of those reliable STUDEBAKERS, 40 Horse

i :: W. C. T. U. NOTES FROM THE Power Touring Cars
. a
ai i :

Program for Day of Prayer for :I $960.00 f. o. b. Orlando
National Constitutional .
aI Prohibition :

I Note-The sixtyfourthcongress

meets on December 6, with many new
members in the house and some in
the Senate. Work for the submissionof San Juan
I t a prohibition amendment must be Garage OomyOrlandoDaytona
undertaken anew, as all bills which
I'I Ford Home
'I failed to pass the sixty-third congress
died and all petitions lapsed on
Now Open March 4, 1915. .
At the National W. C. T. U. Con- ..
I 209.11 South Orange Avenue vention in Seattle, campaign plans ,.
were adopted and December
Telephone 386 2 was I.
1! designated as a day of prayer for
; National Constitutional Prohibition. II.
Accordingly every local W. C. T. U. ,
18-New 1916Fords in the United States is called uponto ilinillMllillUiliiMMIMMM . . . . .. I.IfU. rrr /ft ,
assemble its members for prayer .,....-.-.... r--
on the road. Place Thursday, December 2, morning or
your order now, afternoon. Invite others like mindedto 11,1,11.,11"11,11..1..1..1 'J" I"4
and avoid disappointment."Make join in the service.

this Ford Home Your Ford Home. I 18:19 Singing.Scripture, 28:18.lesson; Matthew 17:14-21, Who Will Be Your Execs

j F. G. RUSH Prayer planning for the guidance campaign.for our leadersin

Prayer for the Spirit of God to rest ANSWER NO. 2
upon all the people that they may Your estate may be materially Impaired as a
the feel appeal personal to responsibility congress for in National making direct result! of the appointment of an executor .r r
Constitutional Prohibition through; I or trustee t' :
letters telegrams, petitions and' reso
lutions. When an Individual is appointed-: ,

I'ra\'r for member of congress I The financial\ responsibility! Is generally 'weaker. I. .- drl hew
14 individually nnd collectively, that insrirr.l o. ,
l I.y patriotism and true citizen It Is usually provided in wills that the person t
, chip, they work Ith.1t.l ... 6f
may for the nominated to verve as cutor shall be excused
: DKSKJNS::\ (: """mission' of the prohibition amend '
ment. from Ilvinfmd.\ .. v' a< j
I'rl\ '''' for lod's; blessing
) the
on When surety bonds are supplied, It U at the ex- a
AND NOVKITIKSHelnjr ..: W. ( T. U. and kindred\ ort'nnUa- of the and then
lion ns agencies. 'in laying founda pens estate only partial security
(bone for the .1\.truC'tltln. of the Ilijuor against loss Is provided.
roiiMtnntly' In touch with the I t
lending silversmith* rattle t and( In buiMing public wntl-)
and jl'wl'h'r.crnrbmt'n of the country our stack i Is nlways ment for National Constitutional I'ro. When a Trust Company Is selected-: '

kwplnjr pneo with thu fittest' stylo In silverware, rings, hibltlon. The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility
brncelets vtc, Rend in unison, nil standing "Psalm
It3l.4( : 25jl.fi: 27Hl: and 12-14, t
When new anti beautiful designs nro created, we nro The Aaronlc Henedictlom: Numbers A bond which has behind It the entire financial
among the lust stores In the country to show them You 0:24.20.:
strength of the Institution II always filed with
never buy out-of-dato articles }hi-rv. Under the leadership of the even the Probata Court It "" mat to the estate.
Our dtaplnya for Christum will Interest you, There gellntld superintendent' Mrs, Ceo
are nome very new nnd Very beautiful hO\'e1t1e8-1'0me. Macy, this program will be carried Answer No. 3 will! appear tn a subsequent issue e r
thing to please. everyone to whom you want to give, Come out by the W. C. T. U. at the ;Metho of this newspaper.Come _, p :
early and choose while the wide. assortment' otters the diet parlors, Thursday afternoon at Y L
best opportunity. :3 J o'clock It U the desire!! of the pros
In time and
any freely for further
thnt.You'll not be disappointed nt thin store. We see to Idehl that a l Idrge number will at information on this vitally important subject. 1

tend You are always welcome, and our eflke-s are always '
glad to advia
An ad. (in the Menilng iertiiM U a

T. H. EVANSJEWELER eats Investment DoctorsBiickiiinsler The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

& Briiiidngc Orlando Florida

Personal Instruction under Dr. Still Capital Surplus, and Profits $141,000,00
at Kirksville, Mo.
llllillMMIIIIIMiiMiillMMMilMIIMMiM 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
National Bank. Phone 678. r .e. . . . . 1..tl..a..t. ... . . . . MIMMMt lilllillsillt (

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