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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: November 4, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1914. NUMBER 228- ;

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*,. FURIOUS: ATTACK BY THE FRENCH ELECTION YESTERDAY OF'JWAR CLOUDS HOVER IN ARKANSAS; ;


NATIONAL IMPORTANCE


WRECKED FIERCEGERMANEDGE\ ( -- GARRISON ORDERS OUT INFANTRY

"SOLID SOUTH" REMAINS SOLID I senators, 33 senators being elected, .

in as much as both Kentucky and -

DISPATCH DECLARES THAT IMPORTANT POSITION OCCUPIED (International(Special to The Ne...Sentinel. Service) ) Georgia voted on two senators each. i: SECRETARY OF WAR TAKES ..
RUSSIANS TO ATTACK C K
Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 3.-Returns In sixteen of these senatorial con-
BY TEUTONS. SEVERAL DAYS AGO WAS RE- received up to ten o'clock tonight tests Democrats were entered either INITIATIVE AND SENDS

CAPTURED BY THE FRENCH WHO CUT show that the "Solid South" remains for re-election or to succeed other TURKEY INFANTRY TO MINES

solid as usual and Democratic dele- members of the same party, and in I
THEM TO PIECES
gations will be returned to congress. every one of these sixteen battles

Among the states returning complete victory perched on the banner of REUTER'S TELEGRAM SAYS ONE COAL MINEWAS BLOWN UP

Kaiser's Soldiers Raked by Artillery Fire I Democratic representation are Alabama Democracy.The THAT ARMY WILL CROSS
.t Republicans lost one seat in
I Kentucky, Arkansas, Florida
FRONTIERAn After Youman l
Judge ReportedHe
And Charged With Cold Steel Georgia Louisiana, Mississippi, North I the senate, Joseph L. Bristow being

Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, I defeated in Kansas by Victor Mur Arabian Fortified Town Has Was Unable to Enforce

and Texas. Virginia elected a solid dock, which increases the Progressive Order Following Appoint-
Russia and Great Britain Have Begun Campaigns Against Turkey Democratic delegation except one district -I vote in the senate to two, the other !! Been Shelled by a British

Turkish Troops Already in Land of PyramidsReportSays which is in doubt. Thomas C. Progressive toga being retained by Cruiser and This Is ment of Receiver t

Rye, Democrat, was elected governorof Miles Poindexter, of Washington.The Act of War
Servia Has Declared War on Turkey new line-up in the senate will be (Special t. The Sentinel)
Tennessee Hooper Repub- r
over (International J ew. Service)
lican, by a majority of ten thousand changed only as regards Progressives London, Nov. 3.-A dispatch from Washington, Nov Secretary of
(Special to The Sentinel
(International New Service) after one of the hottest campaigns in and Republicans, the former doubling Tiflis, capital of the Russian government War Garrison, who is acting for President -

Paris, Nov. 3.-A furious counter attack by the French center of the the South. their representation at the expense of of the same name in Trans-Cau- Wilson today, ordered four com-

allies army today wrecked the German wedge which was being driven at a 1-41 of the voting srength of the lat casia, to Reuter's Telegram company panies of the fifth infantry from Fort

point to the east of the valley on the Aisne. An important position at DEMOCRATIC CONTROL OF THE ter. In figures the line-up is as follows says: Sheridan, Ill., to Fort Smith, Ark.,

La Ferms-De :Metz, which was occupied by the Germans several days ago, HOUSE AND SENATE IS : Democrats, 53; Republicans, "It is announced that the emperor to enforce orders of the United States

was recaptured by the French who cut hundreds of the Germans to pieces ASSUREDNew 41; Progressives, 2.GOVERNORS. has ordered the Caucasian army to court in regard to the Hartford valley

with quick fire guns and raked them with artillery fire and then charged i i cross the frontier and attack the coal strike.

them with cold steel, inflicting heavy losses. I York, Nov. 4.-(2:30 A. M.)- ELECTED Turks." Federal Judge Youman reported to ;

The Germans have resumed the bombardment of Rheims, according to I Democratic control of the senate and The fortified town of Akabah, in the acting president that he was unable :

a report from the Temps, and a new attack declared to be almost as violentas house is assured for two more yearsas Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 3.Governors Arabia, on an arm of the Red sea, has to enforce the order to recognizethe

the original attempt; to reduce the city. the result of yesterday's elections, elected in today's election are as been shelled and occupied by the Brit- acts of the receiver for the mines.

A midnight official: communique, after recording progress near Vailly, but the Democratic majority in the follows: ish cruiser Minerva. One coal mine was blown up after the

declared in the region of Four-de-Paris and St. Hubert, in the Argonne district house will be considerably reduced. Alabama-Chas. Henderson Democrat There was some loss to the troops judge appointed a receiver and all

that the German attack had not only been repulsed but the French Necessarily incomplete returns }indicate holding the position, but no British persons who had been arrested by the

were able .to press forward and occupy new advanced positions. Probablythe that in place of a majority of Arizona-George P. Hunt, Demo- casualties. United States marshal were released. ;

most significant French gain of the day was the advance across the Yser 163 that Wilson took into office with I crat. Akabah is at the head of the gulf

to North Dixmude. him, the administration will have to California-Hiram Johnson, Pro- of Akabah, 150 miles east of Suez. NEW CRISIS IN MEXICO ;

I be content with a majority which may I gressive. The admiralty announced this occurrence i

CAMPAIGNS AGAINST TURKEY liliillMMIIIMIIIIIMt not exceed 100. Both the Democratic Colorado--George A. Carlson, Re- as follows: (International(Special to The New Sentinel Service) ) ,

WANTEDWe |and Republican parties profess to be publican. "Upon arriving at Akabah the crui- Washington, Nov. 3.-A new crisis 1
(Special to The Sentinel) I satisfied with the result. The Democrats Connecticut-Marcus II. Holcomb, ser Minerva, Captain Percival War- in Mexico was emphasized today when
London, Nov. 3.-Russia and Great 1
defen- I have an interesting prop- I declare that the reduction of Republican. leigh, found the place occupied by it ,became known that secret conferences ,I
Britain today began vigorous
osition for some young lady I 1 their majority is not much more than Georgia-Nat. E. Harris, Democrat. soldiers and armed natives. One of had been going on for the past
sive campaigns against Turkey. Ac- who desires to take up society j
cording to, an official announcementfrom work in the newspaper field. was to have been expected in view of Idaho-John M. Haines, Republican. the soldiers had the appearance of a few days between Rear Admiral .'

Constantinople, Russian troops t THE MORNING SENTINEL : the fact that the sixty-third congress I Iowa-George W. Clarke, Rep. Germa nofficer. Fiske, aide for operations, and General j
!i I was elected two years ago in one of I Kansas--George H. Hodges, Dem. "The Minerva then shelled the port Witherspoon, chief of staff of the
attacked Turks on the Caucasian Mlliiltlll II II II I Mi I.' David I. Walsh and the The town
the most overwhelming landslidesany :Massachusetts- troops. was evacu- army. 1
frontier at several points, but were
party ever scored, so that a cer- Dem. ated and landing parties from the Secretary Garrison and Admiral ,
compelled to retire. Energetic resistance EPWORTII LEAGUE NOTICE
I tain return to normal conditions in l\Iichigan-W. N. Ferris, Dem. Minerva proceeded to destroy the Blue, acting secretary of the navy, *
shown by Turkish troops, according -
I nation-wide voting was inevitable. lIinesotaWilliam E. Lee, Dem. forts, the barracks, the postoffice and met today and there was an exchange a
to'claims of the Turkish war
Business meeting Thursday nightat | The only party that is frankly unable Nebraska-J. H. Moorhead, Dem. the stores. of views in regard to the situation at I
ministry' was responsible for heavy I 7:45. Important business, please'' to extract even a grain of comfort Nevada-F. L. Oddie, Rep. "There was some loss to the enemy, Vera Cruz and elsewhere in Mexico.
losses suffered by:) Russians.. The Brit- 'I
ish cruiser Minerva: attacked the fortified I be on time. out of the situation is the Pro New -Hampshire. II, .Spauldin' ,. but-..- no British -casualties., '. All that.was given out officially was ;:;
r gressive. There is a tiny particle of Rep. about rumors, and that the battleship
town of Akabah, Arabia, on the
leaven even for the Bull Moosers in New York-C. S. Whitman, Rep. Texas in Mexican will
arm of the Red sea, and occupied the Convention of U. Jones Is Named now waters, go
the re-election' of Johnson North Dakota L. B. Hanna
the barracks I as governor Rep. to Galveston to receive her silver ser-
seaport afterdesttoying ,
forts and postoffice. D. C. in Kissimmee., of California, but this is lost sightof Ohio-James M. Cox, Dem. State AttorneyGovernor vice there from the state of Texas,
I in the dense gloom that attends I Oklahoma-R. L. Williams, Dem. and that afterwards she will returnto
It was at Akabah that the Turkish i I
I i virtual obliteration of Progressive I Oregon-James Withycombe, Rep. Vera Cruz.
cavalry forces were mobilizing for a Park Trammell yesterday
Kissimmee Fla. Nov. 3.-The
hopes in practically other state Pennsylvania-Martin G. Brun- naval
: every One of the officials tonight
move into'Egypt. According to wire- appointed Jos. H. Jones, of Orlando,
I! United Daughters of the Confederacy I where that party put a ticket in the baugh, Rep. said that the prospect that an attackon
less 'reports from Berlin, dispatches: state attorney for the seventh judi-
of the state assembled here today for field, except in Kansas, where Victor I Rhode Island-L. Livingston Baeck- General Funston's force at Vera
Athens Florida.
# have been,received from stating : cial district of The district.
that fifteen housand Turkish its nineteenth annual session, which Murdock was elected to the United :I mann, Rep. comprises the counties of Orange, Cruz had not been decreased by the
States senate on the Progressiveticket. South Carolina-Richard E. Manning -
troops are already in. Egypt and that ;:, will continue through Friday. Prep- Volusia, Brevard, St. Lucie, Osceola mere' fact that the Mexican conTention -
soldiers Dem. and Seminole. The is had selected Gutierrez as the
Turkish are marching against appointment
arations several
began days ago to When returns from the different South Dakota-F. M. Bayne, Rep. provisional president of Mexico "for
Russia numbering 300,000. I 1 considered all the more important and
entertain and provide for the visitors, I states holding elections for senator Tennessee-George C. Rye, Dem. twenty days." The plain fact is that
In spite of thes ewarlike developments i indicative of Mr. Jones' deserving
the 'foreign office stated thatno i. and the city put on its very best appearance -I I were practically completed, it was Texas-James E. Ferguson, Dem. merit when it is known that it came Carranza has not answered the UnitedStates'
I found the Democrats had been more Vermont Charles W. Gates, Rep. demands
for In
in the All guarantees.
definite action had ,yet been taken : early morning. to him unsolicited.
successful in holding their own than Wisconsin-Emanuel L. Phillip, short
the United
States has
no guar-
Mr. Jones succeeds D. Landis
by England regarding Turkey tonight trains coming into town'brought Cary v
in their contest for seats in the house. Rep.
from in
antees Mexico.
,,.but that such action was prob- many delegates, but it was not untilin who resigned the position September yet anybody .
Thirty-qne states participated in Wyoming-J. B. lIenryck, Dem.and
able in the morning. A report from the afternoon that the larger dele- 30.Ir.. Landis succeeded the Hon.
the nation's first popular election for Prog.
Rome says that Servia has already : gations from Tampa, Jacksonville, John C. Jones, a brother of the pres- OPEN FORUM CLUB TO

declared war upon Turkey. No formal and Orlando arrived. ent appointee, who filled the office for HAVE MEETINGThe :

declarations' of war have been made i The visitors were met at the trains IMPERIAL DECREE HAS ROSES wEi GIVEN TO eight j ears. It is a notable honor

by any, triple entente powers against by reception committees from the that two brothers should fill this responsible Men's Open Forum club will

Turkey, 'although Russia replied to local Will Bryan chapter, and as- position. The community hold a meeting tonight at 7:30 o'clockat

Turkey's apology for raids upon Russian : signed to homes throughout the city.A BEEN ISSUED WOMEN/ congratulates the appointee upon his the Episcopal Chapter House. Of-

Black sea ports to the effect that large number of members, other new honor. ficers will be elected. There will be a

the proffered explanation and. regrets than delegates, from the various DISPATCH SHOWS RUSSIA FORMAL: OPENING GRAND Two terms of court will be held in i debate on the question, "Can a Chris-
": were "too late." chapters over the state, besides many each county of the district each year. I tian Engage in Warfare?" The af-
IS CONFIDENT OF THEATER
Rome reports. that ex-Premier Sa- |i friends, relatives and veterans, are OCCURRED It is likely that the first term will beheld I firmative side will be taken by Mr.

landra, to whom was entrusted by the I I also here. Many more delegates are I VICTORY MONDAY NIGHT in Volusia county where four Jamieson and the negative by Dr.

king the formation of a new cabinet, :: expected. Tomorrow the first busi- murder trials are waiting. Mr. Jonesis Howell.

has having great difficulty .in making j I ness session of the convention will Petrograd. States That Turkish Manager Tallman Has a Playhouse well qualified for the office and the

,- selections because the king's desire is ,.; take place. In all, over eighty delegates Empire Is Doomed to Per- I of Many Notable appointment was received in Orlando REMAINS TAKEN HOME .

for a more ''representative personnelthan j I ,and many others, are present, ish and Crumble to Features--Has BeenRedecorated yesterday afternoon with the great- r
that included in the cabinet); just'. representing nearly: thirty different Pieces est interest. The remains of Archie Carr the 'i
I ---_. fifteen old son of Mrs. Julia .
resigned. chapters at the convention. year .

I The first meeting is being held tonight I 'London, Nov. 3.-An imperial manifesto To the strains of a beautiful overture the interior fairy land was presented. Carr, who was drowned in Lake Lar- d

in the court house, which has I on the outbreak of the war by the excellenfGrand orchestrathe Three excellent films were shown. son, near Lockhart, at noon Saturday,
C Vote in OrlandoUnusually I Each was high class; each had a deep were taken to his home in Charleston, -
been made a bower of flowers and
I with Turkey has been issued in Petro- formal opening of' the Grand
: I and elevating moral. The films Mo., yesterday. The body was aceom-
,decorations for'the occasion. appealed -:
grad, according to the correspondentof theater occurred under propitious circumstances I
Light to the audience, who remained panied by Leo and Ralph Carr, broth-
Reuter's Telegram company in the Monday ni ht.. There were
spellbound and intensely interested.Mrs. otthe' eaied.
-' : I Russian capital. It reads as follows: two performances, and on each occa- ers .d "
whi h'was M I yNorthern F. M. Aldredge, of Orlando y
The general ,election : "In the sterile struggle against sion a record-breaking attendance was '
held in Orlando and Orange county Russia, Germany and Austria have notfed. The Grand was beautifullyand sang two beautiful selections which

yesterday was 'a, quiet affair from ,apolitical People ArrivingNorthern incited Turkey into taking arms artistically decorated from the ouslyconsented ..PAN-HELLENIC CLUB *

standpoint and, caused. little against this empire. Immediately entrance to. the platform. Each lady .
excitement! The primary election people are coming to Or- i The first number'Vas "In the Gardenof R.: 0. who resides
after the' treacherous attack of the upon entering the theater was given Compton, on,
held in Jpne eliminated! candidates 'lando in great numbers where they I Turkish: fleet the Russian ambassador a.rose. My Hear, and.the encore was "A rural route, No. 1, south of Orlando,

,and settled, the, contesting'aspect.. will spend the winter. One of ,the I i received orders. to l aTurkey.. The platform of the theater was Perfect Day. Mr. Fritz Hauer, of was in The Sentinel office' last night '

In Orlando proper:the vote was unusually latest arrivals ,is Mrs Caroline Mc- i' "Russia will receive thiS' f fresh ag- decorated in cut flowers, plants and Orlando, the noted Pennsylvania "violinist and advocated the formation of a .

light.' In precinct' No. 1 only Calla, who came Sunday afternoon gression'on the part of the ancient palms: A 'window: ;box effect'extend- wag also heartily encored. Pan-Hellenic Greek letter fraternity

156 votes were cast and precinct No. from Terre Haute, Ind. She will :persecutor of the Christian' 'religion ing the entire length.()f .the 'platform One, of the mechanical features ofthis' association. "There: are a great many-

2 but 151 votes were' polledAll of spend the winter, with her sonr J. C. "and the Slav peoples with tranquilityand featured the artistic interior decorations ; pleasing play-house is the auto- college men in this community," said -

the constitutional amendments were McCalla, at the Ivanhoe Cottage, on confidence in God. The valiant On each_ side of the theater matic 'ticket machine which has re- Mr. Compton, "who belong to Greek

'i carried by a comfortable margin.' Lakeview. boulevard. armies of Russia 3 will triumph once'and under the wall lights were baskets ,- cently been'added the to the splendid' letter fraternities. We should all get E

The constitutional amendment to sec- George I. Edgerton, Jr.. of Phila- 'again-not for the ,first time over the .of cut flowers. equipment of Grand. The per- together during the coming winter

tion 6, article, abolishing the officeof .delphia and Mr.. and Mrs. I. A Tra- .Turkish hordes- Once again, we will Mac Tallman, manager was highly feet, projection is another interesting months, organize a Pan-Hellenic club .

county treasurer, and fixing the .ver, of Vfatertown, Nl Y., are in Orlando .; know how to punish ,the insolent foe pleased with the formal: opening So feature that delights the eyes and and all have 'a good social time, and
hearts of 'the Since the
term of office of the county assesor to spend.the winter. Mr.Edger,of our fatherland. were the hundreds of patrons who patrons. rehash college events." Mr. Compton, c
of taxes and tax collector for four ton will reside at 310 Anderson street "Our confidence is unshakable that made the :event a noteworthy affair. Grand was opened more than six before coming to Orange county livedin

years, received the largest vote. In and Mr., Traver at 502 "East street. the ill-advised intervention of Turkey: Smiles ,of satisfaction and mutual expressions weeks ago there ,has been no break on Chicago. He is a graduate of the

the two city precincts a majority vote Mr. 'and Mrs. W. S, Essington and will only hasten the fatal issue to of pride were noted on the curtain. This is a notable achieve- University of Illinois and a memberof t
in favor of such amendment was Mr. d"Mrs.. W.- M.Gien"n mentThe: Grand is thoroughly
an a are'pleasantly that empire and will open the way every hand.'Promptly. Delta Kappa Epsilon, = ,
t'alt.The situated in the Holbrook houses for the, Russian settlement of problems at 7 o'clock the doors cleaned by a vacuum air process. !


election .returns from all pre- on South West 'street. Messrs. Es- en the Black sea coast, which were opened. Each lady was presented THE WEATHER | Bring your subscriptions and renewals .

cincts in the county will be tabulated sington and,Glenn recently purchased have: been handed down by our ances- with a rose and then came the ex- Florida: Fair Wednesday and for magazines or daily papers, :

''- and printed in The Sentinel. I the Sentinel tors." clamations of delight when: a view: ofI Thursday; colder in west portion. to Curtis & O'Neal. No extrau.. ,;,

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I I sorts of bacteriological work, investi- T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. I iT. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. Eat what you want.
Patent Office Of InterestTo gating in regard to diphtheria germs, Conscientious work at fair prices. I I Conscientious work at fair prices. Eat all you want.
tubercular bacilli, those organisms Phonfc 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf 'I Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf i iI ,I Take a postscript and forget it.
I For sale by all druggists.
Shows Profits WomenMrs. producing inflammation of eyes in the I I II i 1-
A. W. DOWDELL, plasterer, mason I Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. l-7-d&w-lyr
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. IN PATENTS-: her race Washington, and alwayssees : PRESIDENT WILSON WILL
to it that the Indian gets a fair CAST STRAIGHT DEMOCRATIC
THOMAS EWING MAKES
I .Pin Street.JEWELER
hearing before congressional commit- VOTE t.
ANNUAL REPORTSpecial Are You Thinking About VictrolaFor
tees. (Special to The Sentinel) a
t International >' cwi Service
to The Senti.el -0- I Washington, Nov. 2.-Wilson will
International By News Service Miss Rose Wilson is a United States ;join the ranks of distinguished voters Christmas?
deputy marshal, whose duty it is to to Princeton New
2.-Yankee inventiveness by going Jersey,
Washington, Nov. -
I EXPERT WATCH MAKERI : There are certain types of Victrolas that it is of-
the
from District
transport prisoners to cast his straight Democratic vote.
is greater than ever, the I ten impossible to buy even in New York, Philadelphiaor
jail in Washington to the
government The took and
president semi-holiday
a
annual report of Thomas Ewing, commissioner Chicago during the month of December. To save
work house in Virginia. much of his time the
of would indicate. spent on golf make a specialty of Fine
patents
June 30th links. After voting at Princeton he Watch Clock and Jewelery Re- annoyance, place your order now. The biggest dealerin
In the fiscal ending
last the number year of applications for Mary Garden has abandoned grand will return t. Washington, where he and pairing Spectacle; Diamond Repairing.Setting,Ring the world cannot sell ;you a machine any cheaper thanwe

patents and the number of patents opera and has gone to the front in will hear election returns at the can. You can get right at us if the instrument is

issued reached new high marks. France as a Red Cross worker. Having Whtie House over special wires. Bring me repairs others have not absolutely perfect and satisfactory in every way. It
failed to do, and I will repair
had no experience in nursing she
Applications for patents for inventions them satisfactorily or no cli rge. is not as easy to do this if the dealer is in Baltimore or
: numbered 6 ,311, and patents will help remove the wounded from BIG MASONIC ASSEMBLYThere My prices are reasonable.
granted 36,276; compared with 67- the battle fields. will be an assembly of Royal New York. Some have found this out by dear experience. -

986 and 35,025 respectively for the i -0- I and Select Master Masons in the Or- Come in and talk it over.

previous year. There wer also granted Miss :Mary L. Jobe, instructor of lando Masonic Temple, November 19. CHAS. VATER
1,773 design patents, 176 reissued I history in the New York Normal college There will be installation of officers W. S. BRANCH,

patents, 5,795 trade marks, 720 labels has just returned from an exploration and business of considerable impor- JEWELEREast
and 339 prints. The total of patents :, trip through British Colum- tance. Refreshments will be served. The Arcade Book and Music Store
granted and trade marks, labels and I bia, where she succeeded in ascendingan Twenty-five members from this city Pine Street, at Young's
.... prints registered was 45,080. I I unknown mountain to the height I will be in attedance. It is predicted Repair Shop

-, The patent office is one branch of of 8,000 feet. that many from around Orlando will ll4d&wlmTRUECHEAP

the government which shows a profit. I --o- I be present.
Miss Adelaide Kramer, of New Or-
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Receipts totaled $2,169,988.95 expenditures -I --- ----
$1,929,132.52,1eaving a net t leans, is going to make herself a cotton urn ,

surplus of $2-10,856.43. The total sur- I gown for the Mardi Gras festival. ./
plus to date is 753096020. I She has resurrected a spinning wheel

During the year 2,779,205 printed used by her grandmother, and is going r ;
copies of patents were sold, bringingto 1 to weave on it the cotton from WITH PAINT MEANS I
I which the is to be made.
the office a revenue of $123,571.55, gown
an increase of 13.04 per cent. in the I The paint which covers the largest
number, and an increase of 9.4 per I Miss Anna Jarvis, of Philadelphia' BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
instituted mothers'day surface-Gives the longest service LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
cent. in the amount over the year I many years ago ,

1913. in her own loneliness and grief, I -Lasts and looks well. 1 Effective from August 1, 1914 to August a
and has worked since to have the
Typewritten copies of records, aggregating ever Ilul3 and guaranteed against any reduction -
observed. Most of the
day properly
29,100,500 words, were fur-
I during,: that time:
THAT'SHarrisons'
nished, for which the office receivedthe states of the Union now recognize the I _

sum of $29,100.50, and for cer-.1 day, through the official act of the II ( Touring Car $555.00

tificates attached thereto the sum of governors. I f Runabout 505.00F.
137025. I -()-- '
The number of letters constitutingthe I Miss Essie Heyle, supervisor of do- ..... "Town & Country" O. B. Orlando. All can fully equipped. I':
mestic science of the schools of Kan- I I
miscellaneous correspondence re- Further we will be able t* bt in the raaxlcmm efficiencyin
ceived and indexed during the year :sas City, Mo., has arranged a course sue factory production, and the minimum rest. in. oar
The Hundred and sales departments if we reach an .l.ut .f
result
was 264,153. While 71,941 applica- :of laundry lessons for the children. of over a JOO.DO purchasing car between the above dates. I

tions for patents, designs, and reissues |!They will be taught to soak and wash L Years Experience. U And should we reach this production we agree t* pay as
were filed, there were also filed .the clothes, to make blueing and .to the b.yer's share from $4* to "I per ear (on .r about
oho purchase a new
retail buyer
to every
1.ISIS
during the year 202,054 amendmentsin :starch and iron. Get our free book "Cause & Effect." AI August Ford car between August 1. 1911 and August 1. 1913.

pending applications.Don't I -0i I (A It; tells you many things you ought to know. (,jI for further particulars regarding these low prices and profit-
| Miss Erna Stolzenfeld, a girl with- I sharing plan see
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wait for every one in town to out a college education, has been pro- I SOLD BYI I F. G. RUSK
have Entrican the painter before moted to first assistant bacteriologistof
you try. Am too busy to look you the health department of the city Phone 226
Phone 636, and 1 will be on the
up.job. 1-20-tf of Milwaukee. She went into the lab- I Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. j

oratory as a novice five years ago,

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We mentioned in our last ad we only have a few Orange Groves to offer, but every



:- one is a gem. Here is one of them: i


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Situated five miles southeast of Orlando; projected Brick road 14 large Pecan trees about 20 years old in full bearing.

within one mile of property. The tract has 280 acres, on the 25 acres of truck land cleared and ready to be planted.


second highest elevation in Florida, on a very large lake, deep Balance of acreage adapted for citrus fruit and trucking. Also

clear water, sandy bottom and over one-half mile lake front, virgin timber and grazing land all under fence. Sweet andIrish


therefore has not experienced any frost, even on Banana plants potatoes, tomatoes, corn, water-melons, pineapples and bananas J

,. during all the years of the present occupant. Enough lake front have been successfully grown. This proposition we recommend

to divide in six large tracts for homes--each of these tracts are to not only as a good commercial proposition, but also as a good in-

vestment. A maker from the ..
money start with bigger
be sold for enough money to reduce the cost of the balance of prospects.

This property has buildings which could not be duplicated for
minimum amount. Terms to enable most
this large estate to a
1 less than one thousand dollars. All farm implements I are included -

anybody with limited means to purchase it. in the sale. This property can be bought through your


own real estate broker or sold by any broker in Orlando. Pri-
: Six acres planted in large orange and grapefruit trees in full bear-

vate telephone on the place.

ing. Five and one-half acres of 375 three-year old grapefruittrees ,

under irrigation. Don't miss this opportunity and call on us.



SEVEN ROOM HOUSE-NEW, lot 70x100.-16 bearing Orange trees and enough ground to make a good garden. Within a block ot a lake. Price $1500 easy terms taken this week '



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Provided $35,000,000 for a govern- For Sale
etetaett 30 Acres, citrus and vegetable land, ,
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BAffLES RAGING I t
20 fenced, 10 cleared, crop on it now,
ment railroad in Alaska.
for
ready planting trees this winter
j Provided for the America nregistryof and crop next spring; near school and ,'
Pensaloca will have two delegatesto foreign built ships.In church; half mile of railroad station; 'GRAND

ELEVEN HOT the equal suffrage convention session almost continuously 326 good neighborhood; four miles from
court house. Special price if taken in
which is be held
to at Nashville No-
JH days, breaking the record of the first next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando.
vember 12-17. The will be
delegates session of the fiftieth congress by 10-25-tf
. Mrs. E. E. Saunders and Miss Minnie
,
twenty-five days.
Kehoe. 'rODNORMA ..--y
COUNTRIESBLOODY Received more than 5,000 nominations -
-0- from the president. II
Ocala is eager for a new union sta- Ratified twenty-six arbitration trea- The Cathedral-School
tion. The officials of the SeaboardAir ties.
CONFLICT GRIPS TALMADGEAND
Line are very favorable to the
THE THROATS OF EU- Appropriated $1,115,908,777.26 for ORLANDO. FLORIDA
proposition. the fiscal year 1915. (Formerly known as Pell.CUrk School)
ROPE'S ONE-TIME PEACE- ANTONIO MORENO IN A BIG VITA-
Adopted a resolution justifying the
FUL NATIONS ITALY, Lake City will hold a ower show president in sending troops to Mex REOPENS' OCTOBERA GRAPH SPECIAL FEATURE

BULGARIA AND GREECE November 5-7. An elaborate prize ico. Boarding and Day School for Girls-
OF list will be given.Kissimmee Intermediate Regular and and Special Academic Courses-Primary Gr.de.- "
THIRST FOR SPOILS Appropriated $500,000 to bring
Music-A rt-Elocution-Phyrieal Culture f'JOUN
WAR -0- Americans out of the war zone in Domestic Science-Admirable Situationand RANCE GENTLEMEN
citrus growers will holda Europe. Surroundings-Climate Healthful
Careful Home ,
Life
-Capable Teacher
mass meeting Wednesday. They Broke up the lobby. I Low Rate.
Special to The !Sentin..nLondon.If .
throws her lot will attempt to change the system of
Turkey Rev. Roderick P. Cobb. Bishop Mann
with Austria and Germany and if marketing their fruits. Get the news in the Sentinel first. I Rector.' President.
Arthur Johnson
Portugal is to be counted with the -

allies, here are now eleven nations at Harley C. Powers is the new post- -- -----------

war with the possibility of three master Welbourne, Suwanee coun- .nI =-I. "In Affair of Honor "
more-Italy, Bulgaria and Greece- ty. :Mrs.: Almira V. Barber at Rus- r- an ,

being drawn into war with each other.It kin and Clifford L. Armstrong at Ter-
The third of a love adventure.
is said that the bombardment of ra Ceia are also new postmasters.

the two former German cruisers Goe- Hammond &Gore

ben and Breslau, was the real openingof The Kissimmee Progressive club
the and although no formal proposes to erect a pavilion over the "
war I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBAtMERS. I "The Family Record
proclamation has been received here, dock and place seats there to afforda ,

events of the past twenty-four hours recreation place for the citizens.
(U REAL VALUES LOW PRICES A Selig production.
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has indicated that Turkey has joined
the Pinellas is to have a new county

belligerents.Turkey Surprises Britain jail. I. F. Jones, of Bradentown, is -

London.-Turkish troops, which had the contractor. "A Matter of Record "

been on the Egyptian border for some -0- I OUR COMPARE'I!! !! I ,
time, already are reported to have A demonstration of asphaltic oil
We A Lubin comedy. One clever picture.
crossed the frontier while the Turkish and sand road took place at Dade City provide
been accepted
fleet continues to menace Russian Saturday.
I
standard of an here it i is good.It .
towns and shipping in the Black sea.1 -
Neither Russia nor Great Britainwas The next reunion of the Florida wouldn't here were it otherwise. \\V a-,"'t make YOU SIMPLY MUST HEAR

unprepared for this move by Tur- I division of the U. C. V. will be held at this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones
Palatka. of this business, and that means much to any buyer. IMcNHLL "THAT ORCHESTRA"It's
key and the allied powers have forces I I
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on hand to oppose a Turkish invasion. -o-

Teutons Receive Repulse The twentieth annual convention of & DAVIS BLOCK, | worth twice the price of admission. Every-
Havre.-The official war office has the Florida Federation of Women's
issued this statement: Clubs will be held at Lakeland, No- rt Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando. Fla. m'ROLLINS body says so.

"This morning (Monday) the army vember 17 to 20.

of the Germans which still occupied. .
a part of Ramscapelle was repulsed I The officers of the agricultural department TomorrowMR.
line. lost of the State University at ----
the They a

beyond number wounded of on railway prisoners the field. and left many I:. interest Gainesville in a are series taking of meetings considerable that R' i N S 'I'C II i 11 P III G. M. ANDERSON IN A NE\V ROLE


enemy"Along made other no parts further of our infantry front the at- are the purpose being held of stimulating in middle Florida interest for in t ro COLLEGE: MI! PitOldest : "The Good for Nothing,"


tacks. The bombardment was rather the shipment of cattle and hogs to A big special feature in lour parts. A great
violent at Nieuport during part of the the new meat packing house at Moul- College and Most Beautiful Grounds in Florida

and intermittent on other pointsof trie, Ga.Tampa. picture.
day
-0- College, Academy, Music Expression, Fine Arts:, Do- ,

"The our position.inundation between the Yser may lose its soldiers. The mestic and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Course. NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire pro-
and the railway between Nieuportand two companies of coast artillery stationed -
tection, fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dol-
Divmude has made the ground at Fort Dade and Fort De- i
and the trenches of the en- Soto, on the keys at the mouth of lar endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ,
marshy untenable. Tampa bay, may be moved to Panamato a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new 1

emy Russia Borrows Large Sun garrison the canal fortifications. rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New 9

London.-A Reuter dispatch from Brigadier General Erasmus Weaver, chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every

Petrograd says a national loan of chief of the coast artillery, has recommended modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water. yur""plw. i J
Preparation for engineering course.
1
$250,000,000 at five per cent., redeemable to congress, in his annual
I' Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football,
in fifty years, is being negotiated report, the creation of forty-nine com-
Russia. panies of coast artillery. Christian; but undenominational; expenses moderate. 1e
by Scholarships available. For catalogue address
Grateful -
French People

Paris.-Paris papers comment feel- Arrangements are now completedfor I WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN\ THE MARKET
ingly on the sailing of the American the thirty-first annual meeting of a

Santa Claus ship, convoyed by a the State Women's Christian Temperance Ph. D. LL. D.. President.
United States battleship, to bring joy Union which will begin at Jack- I Of Cleanliness Of Quality s

to sorely tried European families. sonville Monday, November 9, at the +.IIII..rTT..IIIIIII..IIIII.I..II.IIIII' I T J

American in Charge First Baptist church. FRESH AND SALT MEATS

Washington.-Great Britain and i

France have placed their interests in MI-O-NA QUICKLY SPRAY NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE FISH AND GAME 1
Turkey in the hands of the American Kept under the best sanitary conditions

ambassador.turned over The his Russian consulate ministerhas to the ENDS INDIGESTIONEat SCHNARR'S, INSECTICIDE SPRAY Everything screened away from the files. and kept fresh

American ambassador and has pre- Your Favorite Food and Never C and pure.
Fear After-Distress. We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction.!! have
leave with the allied ambas-
to
pared There is a way for :you to eat Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale .Rust :Mite g
in the Meat Line.
everything
sadors. whatever your stomach craves. Many and Red that i i... hit. Removes mold I
Spider
Russians Take Initiative will say "How I wish I could but I sooty
Berlin (by wireless to Sa'ViUe-) have tried and every time it nearly and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September I The PARLOR MARKETi

An official Turkish report forwarded kills me. and October are two of the best months for
The real trouble is that people who
from Constantinople to the Frankfurter suffer the untold agony of indiges- spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents in- H. M. Self & Co. i

Zeitung, says the Russians opened tion do not realize that the stomachhas sects from sapping trees all winter, and brings tlemout !
a lot of work to perform in digesting i
hostilities October 31 by firing on the the fod and if crowded with I in a good healthy condition ::in the spring, thus PINE STREET 1

Turkish ships at evolutions. extra labor it rebels and kicks up a insuring a good healthy growth and bloom.
Russian Loss Heavy fearful disturbance. Phone No. 80 ,
1i
Berlin, via The Hague and Lon- Mi-o-na, a simple and inexpensive
don).-A dispatch to the Tageblattfrom I prescription, easily obtained from McElroy's J. SCHNARR & CO., Orlando, Florida. 3Schnarr's
Pharmacy or any drug store,
Rome says the Turkish fleet will quickly and effectively top the 2 !
Insecticide will not injure the White Fly
when it bombarded Odessa sunk twen- disturbance money refunded. It
ty-four Russian vessels. not only increases the flow of diges- Fungi. 9-9 D. and W 2-M i "IIII"llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllll" i

Ding-Dong Affair tive builds juices up ,and but strengthens surely and the safely stom- ++, I Ie III 1111 II C II II U HIe e I I e HI .11 t I I C II 11111 .South Apopka Nurseries. jj

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days in Flanders and France has been cared for as nature intended.It's .I.IIIIIIIIIIICI.tIIIIIIIQIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..I.IIII'CONW
All the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange
needless for to suffer with
:you
of what has been
but a repetition go- indigestion, heartburn biliousness, A Y NURSERIESGROWERS Trees, thrifty, well-rooted and clear of all diseases. .
ing on for days past. The Germans sour, gassy or upset stomach, for Mi- H New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family
have continued to push their attack, o-na tablets surely give prompt and
I FREE. Address -
aimed ultimately at the French coast lasting relief and perfectly harmless. AND DEALERS IN .

ports, but, as before, it has been a T&T.

ling-dong affair, one side making WHAT THIS SESSION OF | All Leading Varieties of Citrus Trees j ; ; : ...South Apopka Nurseries...
progress only to lose the ground
CONGRESS HAS DOXE-
gained the next night or day. R. T. PEEL, Proprietor.Local OCOEE, FLORIDA
Mohammedans for Russia 9-4-tf ; :
More speeches have been deliveredand Salesman .
Petrograd.The Turkish ambassador All- the most voluminous record madein Glen St. Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATE : . MIMMIIIMMM . . MMtff
has been given his passports.
the Mohammedan newspapers in the the history of congress. Box 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando] Florida. "

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loyalty to Russia.Out for Home print" are embodied. The greatest ------ -- --- I; Orlando o Paint and Wall Paper Co. :jj .. i

Constantinople, via London.The number heretofore was 13,000 pages. SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ? ;

ambassadors of Rusia, Great ritain Important things that the second
FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
and France have received their pass- session did are: High Grade Paints, Oils Varnishes
ports. The Russian, British and Passed the federal reserve act, re- FOR WOMEN I GAINESVILLE AGENTS FORRation's
Kalsomine, Wall Pa- _
French ambassadors have left. vising the banking and currency laws. TALLAHASSEE. I
: Sun Proof Paper, Wall Board, Roof- .
Still Sticking to Paris Repealed the exemption clause of College of Art and Science;Normal School:
school of Music; School of Expression Paints ing, Brushes, Etc. :
Paris.-The Turkish ambassadorhas the Panama canal act, thereby im-
riihool of Art; Extension Dwuion; Graduate '4 Colleges and Diriaions; Liberal ArtaLaw .
not yet left Paris. At the em- posing tolls upon American coastwise ' ; basket ball and tennis courts:new and College. Experiment Station: Extension Division -
bassy it is stated no news has been ships. IPassed modern buildings: beautiful campus; dormi- ; Graduate SchooL Ten new brick buildings THE SUN
received from Constantinople. the Clayton anti-trust act, tnrifv have all modern convenieneee; new besides gymna.ium..wimming pool and ORLANDO FLORIDA :
dining room and kitchen most hygienic in many subsidiary buildings 61 officers instructors -
supplementing the Sherman antitrustlaw Florida; 418 young ladies from 43 countiesand I and assistants. 354 :young men
12 .ta'.. last seesion. Florida counties and 24 States an_
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKINGAt making guilt personal. TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last _ioa. Special Wall Paper 3000 Roils, at 5c.
208 East Robinson avenue. lissesH"kp Passed the bill creating the federal School. Bc.Td acd entrance foes foi the I I TUITION FR 'E. Board and Entrance Fees.S152so !
formerly with Miss Hovermale. year $121.60. F"r entntoiriw write : per :year. Wit nd*" for mtulmru i S .
10-3-lm trade commission. EDWARD CON RAUL President A. A. MUEPHEEE. President 'I I 'I I rllrw

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South Florida Sentinel (Mrs. J. )L Pedrick. Press Reporter) TRADEAt I FOR SALE-One horse. 613 Veach
MORNING AND WEEKLY The monthly business meeting of I t,| street. 11-4-tf
.... M. GLENN .......,... Editor the W. C. T. U. will be held in the the meeting of the Board of 1
.......Buoiness'MaaagerEat FOR RENT-Housekeeping rooms
W. C. ESSINCTON ladies' parlor of the Methodist churchon Trade last night several interesting ; I
also 6-room furnished flat. Call
red at the poatoffiee at Orlando. Florida Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Thisis matters transpired. A communication 301 Church street. ll-4-6t I l
aa Second Clans Mail Matter.
a meeting of unusal importance; was recieved from the state rail- r I

Daily. 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION.............RATES........... 15.00 won't you come? road commission stating that unless WANTED permanent home of for tI
orphan boy 12
Daily ( Months ...................... 2.50 Our committee has arranged the the public patronized the Seaboard an years age. I
r> ilj. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 Inquire 106 Gould street. ll-4-6t t
Bail1 Month ....................... 59 topic card or calendar for the year pasenger trains to a greater extent
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... H-00 1915, and have it ready to submit to the railroad commission could not be MRS. HORTO 'S Chrysanthemumsare (
Weekly. 6 Months ............._...... .7i the union on Friday next. expected to refuse to permit the rail- on sale at Estes' Drug Store,
Pierce Electric Co., McElroy's DrugStore
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It has been decided to hold our road to return to mixed trains.A .
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN and 710 Kuhl avenue. 46taFOR
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ADVANCETO meeting four months in the Metho- letter was read from II. H. Rich-
ADVERTISERS: dist, four months in the Baptist, and ardson, secretary'of the Southern Set- RENT-A Modern se\'enroomhouse
four months in the Presbyterian tlement association for furnished all conveniences.Lake .
,asking
Copy for diiplay and all ether hand-Mt co-op- Cherokee. P. O. Box 215.
advertising mutt be handed in at the kuuneujfbct chuch. The Methodist church takes eraion in the settlement of home seek- ll-4-6t OUR DRfSS GOODS
; the day*f before the Sentinel publication.not later This than rule 2 applies p. m. first period while the other churchesare ers. A motion was made by Mr. 1
to chances for contract advertising: it is under construction. Reese that Mr. Richardson be requested I LOST-Gentleman's gold seal ring;
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. Old English "II," date 1913, on in-I
A card from Miss T. E. Gregorytells
to furnish names for the
newspa-1 side. Reward if returned to this office.
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued of her coming to Orlando imme- subscriptions.Col. 111.tff
should notify the office in writing on per !
the date of expiration otherwise it will be diately following the national conven- Bradshaw reported that the I Every fashionable weave every:
continued at the regular subscription rates f
tion. She comes to Atlanta on the public building committee had been ,
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until notice to stop is received. wanted tone
Telephone Numb r ...................... 24 Washington "White Ribbon" special, offered two lots,the Boardman lot and or nuance for every occasion

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1914. as delegate from Geneva, New York the lot at the corner of Main and Central MMMMMMMtCJ'S finds its place in our magnificent Fall
-- as one of their state delegates, and avenue, for public building pur-
f It must be set down to the credit will reach Orlando about the 20th. I poses. The cost of each was $8,500. Assortment. We mention a few of the
; of llrs. Carman that the people who Mr. Bennan, in "The Spriitual Up-
: Report was filed. On a motion a Fabrics which are already proving them-
i signed the bond which liberated her lift in Russia" says: "If the war i committee was appointed to Work out
r were neighbors. do than free I selves positive in the first rank of Fash-
should nothing more
several projects discussed as to avail- : : Department Store :
o I Russia from the curse of vodka it II able lots for public buildings. Mayor ion fancies:
L Most of the "ground gained" by would be worth all that it can possi- Sperry, M. O. Overstreet, S. S. Griffin
i r either side that we read about in bly cost in treasures and life." Thisis j i and Col. Bradshaw reported no further -
northern France and Belgium is the something to think about, but let's progress in the rest room mat- Tumblers MERINO WOOL GABADINES

[ ground that covers the dead. vote it out of these United States, I ter. Mr. Goodrich offered his room in ; Jelly \ MERINO WOOL SAN TOYS

please, without the war. the old Rogers club building for $50a
t Count von Bernstoff has mastered Fraulein Ottilie Hoffman, for many i month, Mr. Sperry offered a lot, and Fruit Jars FRENCH (Yarn Dyed) POPLINS
r the art of causing greater uneasinessby president of our "White Rib-
years Mr. Giles stated he would build under
t his than other diplomats FRENCH WOOL BATISTE AND ALBATROSS
reassurances -
boners" in Germany, writes that every certain conditions. The committeewas
r. cause by their threats. one in her home city of Bremanis given additional time. all kindsPreserving
r for the and
doing something war
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[ If Paris bars dances of German i FRENCH SILK:
ort the troubles it brings. Fraulein Hoff- YOU'RE ON RIGHT TRACKYou WARP HENRIETTAS
igin the waltz will have to go. But man considers it a great triumph and j' i FRENCH SILK: EOLIENNES
apparently the tango violates none of an immense help to the temperancecause can't go wrong when you follow -
the principles of neutrality. that all alcoholic drinks were The Sentinel want ads. This is Kettles i CHIFFON BROADCLOTHS

o forbidden during the days of mobili- the one best way to find exactly what
Still we may get a decisive result zation. you want. This is the season for I VENETIAN BROADCLOTHS

from the armies in France long bet Baroness von Hausen, another home hunters. If you have a house South Orange Avenue ; ..1 ENGLISH WORSTED SERGES

,. fore one from the Interstate Com- white ribboner of Germany, was one I or apartment to rent, classified ad-
merce Commission in the rate case. of those stationed at the railway to vertising will find the tenant-now. .1 I I I Dill. 1111111111111++tI t SCOTCH TWEEDS

D give the soldiers a drink of water or I- HEATHER MIXTURE
II -- -- --- -- COATINGS
Admitting Count von Bernstoff's: coffee. In every station in Germanythe I I ..'" --- ....
contention that Germany has the Baroness writes, it was forbiddenthe I I REVERSIBLE PLAIDS
right to invade Canada it would still soldiers to take beer or wine. I
f be interesting to know how she would A Rare OpportunityThe i WORSTED ZIBELINES.ETC., ETC.II .

set about! it at present. I
r NOTICEThe
". 0 Crawford home place at No. 108 America
This is the day on which to re-
Orlando Gun Club will give an street must be sold at The lot has frontage
once. a -
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the desolate Christmas in I
member
opening shoot at the Country Club On M Ollday TnesayI
prospect for thousands of the Euro Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. All of 83 feet and 333 feet deep. The house contains I ll a
orphans the Orlando consign-
pean interested in shooting are invited to six rooms, but is not modern in appointments ,
ment being scheduled to depart for
attend. it could : be made I have the
Brooklyn to be loaded on the Santa though easily so. ex-
Clause ship.Buyers T. II. EVANS, Secretary. clusive handling of this property and am prepared
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for the European armies in I I II I I I I II I I 0 I II 0 I I III I IIf to you a \Vedlleday n
MUST BE SOLD if interested.
the United States are said to reject f T. F.BOURIBAN $ so see me at once
white horses preferring blacks and
bays as less conspicuous marks in E Licensed Plumber and t

war. Nevertheless the pale horses Sanitary Engtneer I i I A Special in a Genuine
dominate the scene of strife and their Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
hoof beats will be heard for years to Picrnptiy Attended to. S.Y.WAYInsurance

come. PHONE 6z9
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Some insist that experiences in Eu- 106 Court Street and Real Estate Agent .. (CHIFFON FINISH I

rope should teach us the need of pre- 1 ORLANDO, FLORIDA $ I

scribing universal military service., -21.1m PHONE 172 BROADCLOTH52x54
_. says the New York World Surely i
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:_ of Europe and we might compromiseon Navy Myrtle and Hunter's Green, Tabac,
making every citizezn of military s(9fmBuy Gum Camphor Belgian Blue
familiarize Burgandy, and also in Black.
age himself with the use
of the army rifle and the army pick This is exceptionally good value for

; and spade. Even Lord Kitchener ad- a'made in Orlando. We sell it. Pa- : : $1.50 yard, for three days only at
mits that the man who can use his I 1

ing.rifle to effect. needs little other train- PHARMACY tronize home industry. I 98 cents yard

of.
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The Reporter-Star said some very
pleasing words editorially yesterday i
concerning the new" publishers of the
Sentinel. Thanks again and in return BIG BENLook Men's Furnishings

we anticipate nothing but the
ON: MONDAY
WE WILL SHOW ANEW
most pleasant relations. We are all
boosters for Orlando Orange county STYLE IN A
and this section of Florida first last Big Ben square in the back in Evans'

and all the time. o window---he's good all round and good all through.If KNOX HAT

"TO ERR IS-" "handsome is as handsome does"---Big Ben's IT'S A 'NER-SEE IT !

On Monday night the formal open- beauty is more'n skin deep.
ing of the Grand theater occurred.By .

a mechanical error the "story" See those handy keys that make
written for the opening did not ap- great, strong,

pear on Tuesday morning. Mac Tall- his wind up so easy--- and the broad, deep-toned j
man showed his broadmindedness by
excusing the Sentinel knowing full bell he sounds, so your get up is pleasing.Big I .
well the thousand and one bothers

coincident to the opening of a new Ben stands seven inches from tip to toe---big, faithful, ; -'

", venture.have appeared The story in yesterday which should morn- with large, clean-cut hands,plainly seen in the dim morning light, : HH 4DICKSON"IYES4 I

r ing's Read it.Sentinel appears on page one. He rings you up at any time you say-steady for five minutes \

; 0MOVING ; ; or on and off for ten-stops short in either call at a nudge from i j

you. He took the Blue Ribbon at the Fair. See special display |

today in our window.
Smashed mirrors, scarred chiffoniers -
twisted chair legs broken bottles -
scratched furniture, torn and dis- CO. I
figured pictures-all of these trage- I I
dies and many more fall to the lot of
l' the family that would move. And yet T. H. EVANSJEWELER
,; hundreds are on the move every day. 1
And of the hundreds there are a large .DEPARTMENT STORE.
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number coming to fair Florida and .. ..
Orlando. This is the year when Orlando '
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and garb herself in her best raiment Orlando Orange Avenue FloridaRMMUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM JI

nee here few move away. They are t
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL San Juan Garage in Daytona is I Roberta Branch leave this afternoon GET' AT' ;]

spending today in Orlando on busi- THEATRE\ \ for Kissimmee to attend the evening I' ALLEN'S I

Mr. George Bloom, who spent last ness. session of the U. D. C. convention
winter in Orlando, arrived last even- I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. where Mrs. Carr has kindly consentedto n

ing from Philadelphia. The first regular meeting of Sorosiswas Admission 5 cents sing, Miss Branch playing her

held yesterday afternoon at the companiments.Mr. aC-I' I f

i11Ir. and Mrs. G. E. Gill and Miss club rooms, two interesting book reviews 1111 It
IG'In' of DeLand are among the visitors following the business session. 111111 TODAY'S I 1111111111111 PROGRAM Jenkins Dolive, who is now "CAROLINA" U I
in Orlando today. ing in Brooklyn, recently went over !
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Mr. M. G. Porter, state agent for 4-Reels--I to New York to see a Vitagraph film I "The Carolina" i

Mr. W. II. Drew, a prominent con- the Buick automobile with headquarters 101 Bison.Creek.""The A drama Tragedy of the of Whispering Rockies -- called the "Butterfly," in which he | 11 t fi
in Jacksonville, arrived in Or- posed in September at the studio in i a
tractor of Tampa, is in Orlando today in two parts. Produced by Allan Is of I
looking after business matters. lando yesterday, accompanied by Mrs. Duane, with Pauline Bush and Mur- Brighton Beach. This film will no a pattern heavy
:Porter. dock McQuarrie. ; doubt reach Orlando before many I|
Joker. "The Bucket Sharpers," with j sterling silver, modest I
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Mr. A. Huffr.ail and wife arrived months, when two former residentsof i \
Pro-
Fazenda.
Max Asher and Louise
afternoon from Ocean r Mr. and Mrs. John Dinkson arriverin this city may be seen on the screen '
yesterday I duced by Allan Curtis. u and beautiful, pieces are r
Grove, N. J., where they spent the Orlando last night from :Maysfield Kleine. "Spirits of Youth." Tell- -Mrs. Pell and T. J. Dolive. I f
summer. N. Y., and are pleasantly located with ing of a wonderful remedy guaran- I furnished bright, rich
Patrick teed to cure any malady. EXCITING FOOTBALL GAMEA :
Miss Mollie Lendrum 216 I
This is a good show. Come out and
Mr. J. II. Wilson, of Gainesville, street, for the season. see it and be convinced. tight and exciting game between II and resplendent in their i

is among the Floridians spending today the Orlando high school (freshman f
Messrs. A. B. Johnson and L. W. Sister Esther Carlotta, state presi- : reflecting surfaces. ft
in Orlando, a' guest at the San I team) and the Young Presbyters resulted t
Juan. Tilden went down to Tampa yester- dent of the United Daughters of the in a score of 3 to 0 in favorof t E

day afternoon to attend a meeting of Confederacy, passed through the city the freshmen team. 11 "John Hancock"made

Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Lisle, of Cleveland the Florida Citrus Exchange which I yesterday afternoon on the Atlantic The line-up of the freshman team

Ohio, arrived in Orlando yes- meets in that city today. Coast Line en route to Kissimmee, was: Capt. Topliff quarterback; Les-
terday and will spend several days in where she will attend the state con- ter Lobean, fullback; Bryan Ander-I in sterling silver,

this section.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Travers returnedto vention of the U. D. C. son, left halfback; Bob Davis beautifully ornamented

Orlando yesterday afternoon from halfback; Olin Woods, center; Frank

G. W. Berry, one of Lockhart's Fine View, N. Y., where they have A favorite pilgrimage for Orlando Currier right guard; Raymond Lewis and finished with care- ,
representative citizens, was among spent the summer and are again occupying motorists in the past few weeks has left guard; Toad Magruder, left
their pretty home on East been to the Caladium gardens of Prof. I fulness of detail
the visitors to the county seat yester- tackle; Bill Lewter, right tackle; and an k
day. street. H. Nehrling at Gotha. More than Floyd Lott left end; Claud Anderson,
2,000 varieties of this beautiful and right end. I air of elegance.

Mr. L. S. Scroble Florida commer- highly ornamental plant are raised in The line-up of the Young Presbyters
Mr. J. A. :Miller of Miami We have
was
cial agent for the Clyde Line Steam- these gardens and their beauty is was: Joe Musselwhite, quarter- a complete istock I
the visitors to the
city yester
among
ship company, with headquarters in worth going miles to see. back; Orlie Lobean, fullback; Jack
day. While in the city he made his of these two pat- I I
Jacksonville, was among the popular Branham, left halfback; Bill Harper, +
headquarters at the San Juan. .
transportation men visiting Orlando Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Swindel were center; George Rogers, left guard; terns. AE7 = D f

I yesterday.Mr. called to Orlando to attend the fun- Roy Anderson, right guard; Kirby '
Mr. J. R. Peebles, the general man- eral of :Mr. R. W. Hammond, which Douglass, right tackle; George Do- "John Hancock" Carolina" 1

ager of the Tavares & Gulf railroad George I. Edgerton Jr., Florida took place there yesterday afternoon.Mr. lh'e. left tackle; Bob Lewter, left end;
left .yesterday for New York on business. representative of the well known Hammond at one time owned a Burt Walker, right end.NOTICE .4.11en & co.

commission house of Justice & Com- store here, selling out to Hough & ,

pany, of Philadelphia, Pa., has rented Bunch. This store is now owned by ri JEWELERS
A large number of Orlandoites will from the Orlando Building and Land Miss Reynolds.-Lakeland Telegram.Mr. Of Application for Tax Deed Under S'etion 8
I of Chapter 4888, Laws ef Florida
go to Kissimmee Thursday to attend Company the furnished house at 310 ;; RELIABLE REPAIRING. "EVERYTHING GUARANTEED."
the state meeting of the Daughtersof Anderson street. He has secured a and Mrs.. James Kiff, of St. Mayer Notice and is Caroline hereby given Bisbee that purchasers Antoinette of tax M. n

the Confederacy.Mr. nice home. Johns, Mich., have arrived to spendthe certificate No. 395. dated the 3rd day of July. r= = = 0=
A. D. 1905. and tax certicate No. 396. dated
winter in this section. They are the 3rd day of July A. D. 1905. have filed
Krebel's house in said certificates in my office<< and have made _
located in Mr. Sam
J. E
: Brown a popular naval The ladies of the St. James church '
application for tax deeds to issue in accordance _
Stores operator of Geneva and Cler- Concord Park. Mr. Kiff is one of with law Said certificates i embrace the I
will hold benefit from four
mont, spent yesterday in Orlando a charity Michigan's prosperous farmers and following described, property, situated in Orange : :; :
o'clock Thursday afternoon, Novem- county Florida to-wit: ; : ;jJ
looking after business matters. ber 5th, until ten-thirty that night, thinks he will derive more pleasure quarter No. 395.section southwest 17 township quarter 22 of south southeast, range .1
at Mayer Candy company's store 134 from Florida sunshine than the pierc- 30 ea.st---CO. acres.No. .
396. north half of southwest quarter
Mrs. W. P. Watson, Mrs. A. R. South Orange avenue. The proceedsover ing cold in the north.iOSTEOPATHY less, vest half of southeast quarter of west .
Bogue Miss Margaret\ Hart, of Or- and above actual cost of any- half), section 17.. township 22 south, range
30 east-75 acres.The
lando; Mrs. D. E. Mclver and Mrs.A. thing in Mayer Candy company'sstore said land being assessed at the date of New Grocery StoreWe
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the issuance of such certificates in the name
G. Strunk and Mrs. B. D. Black- will be distributed by them to of E. W. Blake. '
burn, of Ocala; Mrs. Moody, of Ge- the poor and needy. Cake candy, Unless said certificates shall be redeemed j I:
I ,I
according to law. tax deeds will issue thereonon
neva, representing the St. AugustineU. ice cream, cigars etc., will be sold. DR. J. C .HOWELL the 5th day of December, A. D 1014.! have finished remodeling I our store and now have
Hours, 10-12 3-5, and by appointment Witness my official signature and seal this
.' D. C., left yesterday afternoon for Your hearty co-operation invited as I f'
the 4th of
day November A. D. 1914. ; the Finest Grocery in Orlando, and one of the largest
No extra charge tor nouse treatment
ISeal.) B. M.
Kissimmee to attend the state con- this is a good cause. Irene Lancaster ROBINSON
I Clerk Circuit Court. Orange County. Fla '
vention of the Daughters of the Con- and Marie "Wescott in charge. Telephone connections b'.> and most modern in the state. We will have a BIG j ji '
federacy. ll-4-2t Office cor. Orange and Central Ae. Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's r
Coal Yard phone 5C6. D-31-tf OPENING on
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LENGTHS AND ANY r.

QUANTITY \ Everyone is invited. Good music and refreshments. i
LUCERNE TODAY Special prices for October. j i
Stock up before cold weather. I
FIREPLACE CHUNKS AND ;

OAK Also WOOD '

"Pathe' Daily News," "The Mirror," Orlando Wood Yard j' THE SANITARY GROCERY* :

B. W. CARUTHERS & GORE j
Current Events L:1teHVar: News American. The veiled woman in PINE STREET Kingsley AND Proprietor It. R.

Phone 200 ,
Telephone 344
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society I 9-30 *If Ik
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NOTICE LARGE, AIRY ROOMS in new, mod-
PEOPLE'S.WANTSMUNNUIAKERS i ern home, not excelled in the city J umber La-chs and Shingles
Get your roses now and have lots for location and surroundings. Kitch-
of bloom through the winter. Roses enette if desired. 14 E. Amelia, next
now ready for shipment.W. door to the Wyoming. 11-3-tf ,. .
II. BROKAW Salesman.
11-3-tf Notice *f Loot wanted For Sale For FURNISHED ROO\I8-\Iodern con- IPY I t
Bent etc, far this column. 2Sc. for one day.50c. veniences. Corner Hughey and ; '
for three days or Sl."/ for one week for Gore. Mrs. F. S. Hall. 11-1-3t
NOTICE-HOSES it word or Ie... Hone amt accompanythe ,
CLASSES IN DRESSMAKING AND yam
Owing to the cool weather our advertisement for tki column, a* no ART filling up rapidly. Come early
, roses are now ready for transplanting. insertion will be made on credit. while you can get best attention. Vis-
All orders booked for first ship- itors welcome. Studio in Watkins ORLAN"DO
ment should be here by the 10th of FOR SALE CIIEAP-Old Carey block. Miss Echols. 11.1-6t
house, corner East Central and
November.W. II. BROKAW, Salesman. Osceola, to be moved or torn down to WANTED-Dressmaking of any kind,
11-3-tf make room for new building. Lord & all work guaranteed and prices very
Bradshaw. ll-l-6t reasonable. Mrs. J. A. Evans. Phone
220. No. 200 East Robinson avenue. Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
KISSIMMEE-HAINES CITY FOR SALE-Army officer's tent in 10-29-2w ,
condition for sale cheap. Ca.l -- ,
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403 Boone street. 10-31-3t NICE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, . ... .. . . . . . . . . . . . Mt f.i s Wt.
M. of to adults only. 409 Delaney street. ., . . . . . IMHI. . . .4 MMMMMImportant . .
County Judge T. Murphy FOR SA.E: OR RENT-Attract:vc 10-25-tf
Oscecla county, joined in the holy sever' room house, furnished or ur.
after- furnished; best residence section. n'AN'TED-salesman and Col-
bonds of matrimony Sunday
Also fine building lots on lake at a lector, apply to Singer Sewing Machine :a-o-SI1'rESS::
1 o'clock, in the parlors of
at
' noon great-bargain: to those who will build Co., Orlando, Fla. 10-14-tf I
the San Juan hotel Miss Ruth Over- -Address Owner, care Sentinel or
street of Kissimmee, and Mr. Oscar phone 520. 10-31-lm I II FURNISHED ROOMS and board, for
Cook, of Haines City. I six adults. Address Kentucky Home,
FOR SALE-Ten acres; cultivated; : 511 Palmer street, Orlando, Lake
.. The bride and groom are. very pop- young grove and some bearing Cherokee. 10-17-lm friendships result from the right introduction, and
ular among a host of .frfends.I trees; garden crop started; five room
house; new barn and farm implements FOR SALE BY II. C. McDAXIEL the most important ones come through the right banking con- I
; located on Winter Park road
and Fern Creek avenue. Must be sold 7 Room stucco cottage, near Eola; nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We
" soon. G. A., Box 47, Route 2. located right; built right; will be sold

10-30-6t right.21 of Orlando's" most desirable invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-

FOR SALE-We are going to sell 3 building lots, near Lake Eola; will be
good young mules worth the money. sold only to people agreeing to build est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
Call at one-half mile east of Conway houses in keeping with the location. .
., .. store, or address Wm. V. Lear, Or- 10 Acres on north side of Lake
lando, Fla. 10-30-6t I Ivanhoe, overlooking Orlando; al!
Ii i cleared; suited for a home site; good BANK & TRUST CO.CLOTHING
's FOR SALE-Good boat wagon; can I land. .
be used for hunting; cheap. H. C. 18 1-2 Acres land, about 17 acres in
McDaniel. 10-23-lm 5 year old budded grapefruit and oranges
; 2 1-2 miles from city limits; rO PwbM . . .. . "
FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston overlooks 4 lakes; nothing better in ;;, .. .. .. .: : : : : : : : :::. :. ::.f. :. ::" 'IO "III" . :. :' .1.::
Waken"eld, $1.00 per thousand. Florida for the price.

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cI +' FOR RENT-Five room house, prac-
== tically new. Inquire Hand's Fur-
.9p = niture Store, Pine street. 10-20-tf
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f. 5"g.g.... | g5 oS garage; elegantly furnished; on resumed her dressmaking
,. i. 4 v cM Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. .
c.. .na .. ... 8-27-tf and is now locatedin

I' :>' .=>. .=>.r-.a: = Room 4, Way' building, Our new stock oft
l G r: r: c: r TJJ FOR SALE-Modern, artistic, two- on Orange avenue, where
::s .. bungalow large veranda, 7
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r- aco U c.0. B rooms, sleeping porch and bath; near she cordially invites all
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!t" C d r: G r cS: "'o r C r: TJJ r 8.3C: W .c-..: in.11-1-8t Apply 207 Ridgewood avenue. ladies the needing wearing anythingin apparelline t l Pall and Winter ClothingMade |

r .2-E--r w ;; FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. to call and see her. ,
t t ?? ._ .- w c.Q Inquire of Frank Phillips. Pine Cas-
,. tle. 9-18-tf
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t _0 -o tn 0-"n c.G. ;:,: FOR SALE-A good Roll Top BEST SELECT OYSTERS, 30c. Quart by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in
f 2 o L & .: Desk and Chair. Been used very lit- ,
QI O SS93 r: X CI tle* Call on W. C. Sherman, Rock ThcWaldccKcrFishCo
t- =QI 9s= r c: n=:' V "c-j: 1ORUNDO Building, opposite San Jua Hotel.10-8-tf and we are anxious for you to see our
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... b brt Ob c3 ._.. -.S-. 0; FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine Phone No. 5. 206 Boone Street New I Styles and high class tailoring. Best
C3O hammock land; eight in grove; the ,
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I' .C .C of will be from I P. M. and W. O. COX

i r r :i :i :i 750 present ready to for 1,000 crop setting boxes oranges-; 500 10 acres trees in all lake told,, 10-23-tf place in the city to buy clothing.

one and quarter miles from Apopka. -
BUILDING 8 LAND CO Price, $5,000. Address W. II., Box Real Estate
178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf Boughtand

, II North Orange Avenue FOR SALE-Or trade for real es-
PHONE 608 tate, five-passenger automobile in Sold. W. M. SLElVIONS
nice shape. Address No. 112 West j
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL Church street, city. 10-4-lm I
,, City Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash

FRED B. DALEC. FOR SALE OR RENTBeautifulnew and $1.00 per week buys a Lot .
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H. BRYANT cottage, Highland avenue and " " 'J.r"I""I"'O.,11.1..11..1.1. .
, Park lake, in Sunshine Park. I:. RENTS COLLECTED
DAVIS A GILES. Counsel.
Bruce Perry, at Water Works.
F. A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor.
10-25-lm. 'I""I"I'I"'I..r" Stl'lrll"I"'I'I'IIII..IDIII.III..I.
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FOR RENT Light housekeepingrooms. N. P. HATCHER

f' FOR THIS WEEK Empie.. 506 DeLaney-St. Mrs.ll-3-6t Jno.F. ORLANDO,FLORIDA I no va-t'
r 'n I
Eggs,Eggs, fresh from the country 'FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con- Office at Pinehurst ParkP. I

, 35 cents per dozen. Knox.veniences, unfurnished. Jas.11-3-tf A. O. Box 281
J Best Baldwin Apples, 40 cents per 10-8-lm

L., peck. FOR RENT-Seven room house; wa-
, Pears for cooking 40 cents per: peck. ter, gas electric lights, bath, etc.; Rugs
Fruit of all kinds to suit your barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by |
} pocket. 200 avenue.feet. Apply at 735 North 10-31-tf Orange Wood/ Wood Wood

t' Grapes, pony baskets, 19 cents.
Chestnuts from the hills, 15 cents lb. FOR RENT-Furnished for light i Excellent Core Pine Wood Sup $25
t Bananas, 10 and 20 cents per doz. ant housekeeping rooms; all,modern suite of conveniences large, pleas-; in ; i 9x12 high grade Rugs, former price i

Lemons, imported, 15 cents doz. also nice plied any quantitySPECIAL
f two sleeping rooms; private
E Call and see where you can buy the family; close in. 312 North Main St. I sale price $18.75.Remember J
most for the least 10-28-6t
money. Quality
Ijf PRICES ON FIVE
guaranteed. FOR RENT-Suite of two rooms,fur- fresh from the j
THE ORLANDO SPECIALTY CO. nished for light housekeeping, in pri- STRANDS OR MORE all of our goods are
i r 109 West Church Street vate family adults only. 512 South
;
I old furniture stores out
do
We
107tfNUJiA'S Lake street. Phone 562. 11-1-6t factories. not buy :

( FOR RENT' Large, pleasant fur- ELDREDG BARLOW I I and ship the goods here and try to palm the goods ?
EXCHANGE OPENS nished rooms; close in, with private i
t WEDNESDAY family. 302 North Orange avenue. Telephone 373 off for new and fresh stock.
11.1stTO
South Street, near A. C. L. I' i
; The Woman's Exchange will
open RENT-Suite of two rooms, fur-
for the season Wednesday in of Tracks with all cash sales.
one nished for light housekeeping; pri- We give coupons $
the new Hovey & Giles stores, on vate family; to adults only. Apply 9-1-lm
. South Orange avenue, where we will 512 South Lake street. Phone 562.
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be glad to greet the old customers .

r and consignors, also the new ones. FOR RENT-Nicely furnished room; Important to Prop-
We have added a rest and tea room pleasant and convenient location; If IfI

come.to the Exchange to which all are wel quiet inson couple avenue.or ladies. 202 East Rob-1-3t-, erty Owners Kincaid Snowden

There will be the usual line of good i

I home cooking, made by some of the MISCELLANEOUS

best cooks in town; also having pur- We sold the property advertised Low Priced Furniture House.
chased a full line of working mate TWO GENTLEMEN roomers wanted. II
313 West Central avenue. in this space last week at I
rials and gifts for the holiday trade,
we are betetr fitted than ever to serve 10-31-2w $4000. The owner listed the Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida f fMM <

our patrons. MR. HOME SEEKER:-The Rose to property with us exclusively I
L. G. McLEAN, Prop. see for Real estate of Quality, and I ten days previous to sale. We I... I. t _! !! !! !! !_!!. M < q ! -M-M" :: : ! : :! :: t
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special bargains in all lines, is Clar-I .1
ence W. Rose, 308 North Main street. : received inquiries to the advertisements '
Who is your painter and decorator! 10-27-10t I I from six different I A. B. MOOREPlain
If satisfied II +
you are keep the one you I GORDON'S [CARRIAGE '
have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican. TWO FURNISHED ROOMS at 221 .states. We have the buyers I : -
Ne. 636. : I'
1-20-tf Robinson avenue, on Lake Eola. that have the cash. If :you have' -=- and Decorative Painting
10-31-3w t -AND- 'q
FOR SALE -- -- -- the property and want to sell }: I Paperhanging and Kalsomining
Nursery stocK, one, two. three and FURNISHED or unfurnished rooms; i
four year old buds; Foster Early, close in. Apply to F. L. Anderson! you should list it with the I BAGGAGE TRANSfER DR. tH. RAMSOEIt.OPTOMETRIST i First-class work srood material and I
Pineapple, Java Homosassa. Washington 112 West Church St. ll-l-6t agents who get the results. IL. I reasonable prices. .No j b too large i

NaveL Address Mrs. M.Kahle WANTED-A../ position connected (Successor to Dr. O. P. Likin) or too small. Drop me a postal, land :
Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf with T. HARRELL, Prop. we will talk it over. I
automobile industry. Applicant I FLORIDA !
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experience selling, repairingor
For Sale-Silver Cluster Grape driving, 10 years; honest and ca- Piano and Furniture W E FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES !A. B. MOORE: !
Fruit and Valencia late orange buds. pable. Address B. B., Route 2, Box '
Vigorous o'd.9232m stock, 50c 1 :year; 75c 2 49, Orlando. 11-1-3t 114 South Orange Are, Ground Floor Moving a Specialty AND 00 ALL KINDS OF P. 0. Box: ;324, Orlando I Ilo.91
years Phone No. 311 I'
H. McDANIEL.:: Read the Sentinel want ads. 8 E. Church St. PHONE; 487 OPTICAL REPAIRING
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Empire Hotel i


I, Five passenger Ford, good condition.

Hot Water and Steam Heat Price $350.00.



1, Four Door, five passenger Mitchell. A

Rooms with Bath $1.00 if sold
bargain at once, $350.00.


Nice Meals 50c 1, Two Cylinder Reo Truck. Price $150.






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Dr. J. E. Wray I r rI I .

Pens VersesPASTOR THE OLD RELIABLE II r.

DANN'S TRANSFERDr. I
ORLANDO METHO-

DIST CHURCH IS AUTHOROF B. D. WIENENGA, Prop. I
BEAUTIFUL VERSESIN

ZION'S HERALDThe Livery, Draying and HaulingWE I

Rev. Dr. J. E. Wray, pastor of I
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the Orlando Methodist church, has
had published in the last issue of The GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE I

Zion's Herald, Boston, some beautiful I
poems and verses. The Zion's Heraldis
known as the "morning star" of AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK I
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American Methodism. The verses -4-

are as follows: Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited I


(Rev.QUATRAINS J. E. Wray, D.-D.) HORSES FOR SALE 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON

SUNSET I
If thus breaks death 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida '
Rose gold and green,- 11 Hhrsp,GUARANTEED Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic
What light illumineth !' Mechanical Oil Pump, Step'Starter and 66 Refinements!
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The things unseen?
"IN THE FULLNESS OF TIME" < 8275.00
f
"star-led wizards," bearing odors ;
The

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Sublimer figures round the manger J i .

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Greek learning, Hebrew faith, and H Th E Bola P PaORillg
Roman law! : [ COMIJaIIY .. & . . . . . . .. .... .t 11 Mill .
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HOUSEHOLD" J fl flY t
(Nero's Saints) ::
Where red nights fell '!: ; I
O'er a redder sod, ;(', Packers and Shippers of Citrus ; ; I IN OFFICE OR
Through the "golden" hell !; i DWELLINGQUICK
They walked with God. i I< Fruits and Vegetables. I '' k ,
A DEAD CHURCH : II
She split the blue, seen mile on mile, : RELIABLE i
I will operate alone under above name and shall ap-
But never wretch sought hope of WARMTH
preciate the business of all who have and any who have AND

For Christ her;, alas! that marble pile not patronized me in the last three years. For informa- P-1 ,. COMFORT ARE ...;

Was but a gorgeous sepulcher.RESURRECTION tion call on or write me at my Packing House at,crossingof >4 }* SUPPLIED
Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure BY
(Mt. Shasta at Sunset and Moonrise) building, which I atn equipping with Mauld's latest ma-
Shasta at sunset pales and dies,
chinery and can consequently give you same service
His gravestone darkness rolls, I:
which has always spoken for itself.
A wonder looms at wane moonrise, I:
White as a ransomed soul. My efforts will be to sell all possible before resortingto .
1!: distribution.

NURSERIES' OF ORANGE COUNTYIN ::

FINE SHAPE W. A. DADE, Gen. Manager. f GAS HEATERSTHE

Editor Sentinel:-It may interest : mMMIIMMIM9MO ORIGINAL, COPPER REFLECTOR GAS HEATERS
your readers to know that I have re- :
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cently inspected six or seven nur- OII..IIIIIII.IISIIII..IIIIIIIIII.I..IIII.IIII.I.I"1 These marvelonj beaters
series in this county as provided by" develcp heat quickly;
law and that I have found them in they do not vitiate or
good condition so far as insects and Otlt9ltMMHIIHMIIHIIIIM9lll dry up. the air. + :h

diseases pests present are but concerned.these are There destroyed are I THE CHASE & CO I Ii The EZH5S Reflector: Is the Gas OriginalCopper Heater. g e "' .

when the trees are defoliated before It heats by nature's own
shipment. The nurseries are in a i PACKING HOUSE AT'ORLANDO method-that of reflected heat.
good state of cultivation-much better : From its shining copper plate ,
than the average grove, and judg- Is modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- it casts a cheerful glow upon wZ pr, i,
ing from the appearance of the trees, date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the the floor and furniture,quickly .J
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it will not be necessary for prospective bringing the entire room to.an
buyers to go far to buy trees for PROPER PACKING even,healthy temperature. ,
planting this winter.In FIRST AID TO
case there are other nurseries WE WILL BE CLAD TO SHOW YOU THE VARIOUS STYLES
HIGHEST PRICESwhich .
that I have not visited it might be '
well for the owners to write me about however, would not accomplish the end desiredby i
having them inspected. It may be the grower, if he did not also have available the ser-
possible for me to do this from No- vices
vember 9 to 14. It is my intention to ofTHE -
turn over every case of selling trees CHASE &' CO ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. e I
without a certificate to the county :,
attorney for his attention. Nursery SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
inspectors have been criticized so GAS DEPARTMENT !
much recently that it seems advisable which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, expe- !
rienced, competent and reliable.
to take this ;
step. .L411111..IIIII.I..I..IIIID. llllll..I..1111'1111111"1'11111'11"111"1'" I
Yours truly'! GIVES THE GROWER 11 i 11 111 i I III t 8 I iVlVM t>'l I iVl'l Vl II I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIr t
W. W. YOTHERS, HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS -- i s
Deputy Inspector. LIST YOUR PROPERTYwith LAUNDRY' BUYERS SELLERS J JI j i
Orlando, Oct. 31, 1914. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED me now, while I have the timeto I s
Your general laundry work, French buy, sell, rent, and exchange real -
I GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS look it over and familiarize myself dry cleaning, and pressing will be ap I estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla., I
Eat all you want. with the talking points. I made the preciated. Satisfaction and service over 30 years. Have handled over i'
Eat what you want. largest number of sales last winter guaranteed Open September 28th. $20,000,000. Call' and see me.
Take a postscript and forget it. CEI-A.SE &: CO., and expect to do even better this win- Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. 1 j
_For sale by all druggists. ter. :My prospects are beginnig to arrive for whites only. 9-25-tf I
J l-7-d&w-lyr Main Office, Jacksonville FloridaA. and it might cause ycu to losea If have subscribed for the Sen-
R. BOGUE sale by putting it off. Call todayat Up to date painting, papering, etc.,I' you
IN, Licensed Plumber. 9-30-d&w Agent, Orlando, Fla. my new offices in the Watkins is the kind you want. Where to get i tinel and are not receiving your pa- .,;
and list
work at fair prices. : building your property. it? That's easy phone 636. W. T.I I per, you will do a favor by notifying ;
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. ? Court St. 8-23-tf .... i 1 1 i I in .fr.+4 ti H Real WALTER Estate.W.Phone ROSE 555., .,Entrican. 1-20-tI .us at once. ;


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f i Windermere, Fla., Nov. 3.-Electrician .
Newell, of Orlando, has com-
pleted wiring Rossmore Inn.
fi f f R. E. Kline has enlarged his store t
i and will also have
1 i an ice cream parlor -
I this winter.
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Miss Margaret Buckley arrived
from Cleveland Tuesday and has al-
. :ready commenced remodeling her re- u 1. :
For To-day--- :cent purchase, the old Griffin house
i i on Lake Butler.
Al. Bumby, Arthur Butt, Mr. John-I :: 1 :
Tomorrow and every other day, you'll finda
son and Mr. Lartigue, of Orlando
check account with the State Bank mighty spent Thursday on Lake Butler try- DO YOU UTCEEKSTAMDHow
handy in keeping an accurate record of your ing out their new motor.
Keene & Co. are doing a rushing
money affairs. business filling lumber orders.J. you can personally bD 1>Dl1c 1t-
Take note-how many business men M. Miller, of Kissimmee and Dr.
tell the
pay you in cash? Very tew-for businessmen N. Miller, of Durant, Okla., spent by advantages accruing to
Monday with J. C. Palmer and wife. the comnimnnity byReserve
cannot take chances by carrying money Dr. Miller thought Windermere an

about. The safe way is the business-like ideal place. '
bank checks. 1 Mr. Griffin and family, Mrs. Tucker .( ]lF) tkra1 Act ?
way-our
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clark, of
Try paying with checks. Ocoee and Mrs. White, of Mmorville, Call
telephone or write anti wa will .
formed a picnic party on Lake Butler .
The State Bank of Orlando Saturday. .:. mail our booklet---just out---which 4
Some of our Sunday visitors were
f" explains this act fully and
'i C. E. Wade, wife and mother, and Mr. clearly. F
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'I and Mrs. W. E. Martin, of Orlando.
i i The first car load of furnishings for
!the Rossmore Inn arrived from Cleve- ,
land Saturday. ',,- ., -
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A WOMAN'S WAY! because they find that it pays. hunting for other dollars to keep : '.;::. :
I I They keep posted because they turn them company for your benefit. You
Somehow a woman seems to get the knowledge to the advantage of can keep your dollars busy all the
more for her money than a man. their own pocketbooks. time by advertising in the Sentinel.It '
She seems to have a better appre- Experience has taught them thatit
ciation of the intrinsic value of a pays to deal with men who adver- is thought, however, that when @ D
dollar. tise. the Chicago police are all sent to prison -
She knows "just the things that other citizens there will be ableto .
look best" and "wear best" and where When a man begins to doubt that lead better 'lives.
tHY are sold at the lowest prices. his town is the best ever, it is time '-, -. '. .', .', ', "' "' ..',,.:,'
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Women are readers of advertising for him to move on to another. Get the news in the Sentinel first. 4 ; ....



OSCAR HAND & SON GREAT CLEARANCE SALE NOW ON


You must hurry to enjoy the feast of bargains at this Sale. Nothing Reserved. Entire stock of NEW FURNITURE, CARPETS RUGS, CROCKERY AND GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHINGS, are included at the BIG


Discount of 25 per et. ; some 20 per et., 15 per et. and 10 per et


off usual Low Prices. Come in now while the stock is unbroken 'twill pay you.OSCAR .
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HAIND WEST PINE
& SON STREET


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