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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 5, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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GLUM TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, NOVEMBER ;3, 1914. NUMBER 229.

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TEUTONS FORCED TO RETIRE By TO ATTEND D W. C. IU.lETINGJjMTA U. CAN ROCKEFELLER GET FRENCH ARTILLERY BETTER COMING TO FLORIDA IN


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BRITISH ARMOREDAEROPLANESHEAVY I -
MESDAMES SANDERS, TOP- i I WILL BE ASKED TO FUR1 FRENCH GUNS CAN REACH FROM ALLi

LIFF AND GOULD TO GO !1 NISH $5,000 BAIL AS DID I TWO KILOMETERS FURTHER i i SECTIONS POURING

CANNONADING WAS HEARD DISTINCTLY AT CONVENTIONOther ELEVEN OTHERS l THAN KAISER'S I INTO FLORIDA j

GHENT BRITISH AND FRENCH AVIATORS HURL
Breezy Notes of City Life Batch of Indicements Drops Germans Found Country Peoplein All Trains Loaded With People

BOMBS ON GERMAN HEADQUARTERS-STATE -Orlando "the Beautiful" Like a Bombshell in Ranks I Trees and in Cellars, i Who Are of the Better

RAILWAY WORKS BADLY DAMAGED Bubbles With Life Money Kings of New All With PocketTelephones Class-Biggest and

and Spirit Haven DirectorateBy Best Year

Paris Reports That Germans Lose Much
Mrs. II. F. Saunders, Mrs. D. M. International News Service, to The Sentinel The Hague, Nov. 4.-A well known They are coming! Already the tide

War Material By Retreat Topliff and Mrs. A. A. Gould will be New York, Nov. .-William Rocke- Dutch journalist who has just returned of travel has turned in a strong current -
the Orlando delegates to the nationalW. feller will appear in court in person from a tour through Alsace- from Northern States and sections -

C. T. U. convention which is to tomorrow to answer to the indictment Lorraine, and right through to the to the warm winter weather of

Victory of the German Fleet Over the British Off Coast of ChiliIs be held November 12-18 at Atlanta, which was found against him for con- German lines before Verdun, gives in I Florida. t
Ga. The "White Ribbon Specials"from spiracy in the New Haven railroad, Het Levin some interesting picturesof I This morning the Royal Palm trait
Sensation in Naval Circles-Kaiser's Ships Were Not
the north, east and south are according to an announcement made the position on the German fron- 'Ion the Southern railway that rugs
Damaged-:Most Decisive Naval Battle of all expected to arrive in Atlanta on tonight. It is believed that he will tier and at the front. Particularly through from Chicago over the Big:

the War to Date the afternoon and evening of Novem- plead "not guilty," as the other defendants significant is what he writes regard- J Four, taking the Queen & Crescent at

ber 11. An interesting program will indicted have done, with ing the admitted superiority of the Cincinnati and-the Southern at Chat :

Special to The Sentinel) feature the convention which prom- leave to withdraw his plea and entera French artillery and the clever ruses tanooga, came in, in two sections!,
laternatianal New. Seniee ises to be the largest in history. It demurrer to the indictment at the they adopt. lIe writes: loaded with homeseekers. There 'Were
London, Nov. .(.-A general German retirement along the whole Belgian is quite likely that others from Or- end of 21 days He may be asked to "I proceeded by train to Metzland five extra cars carrying the largest ;

fr..t from Bruges to Thielt, was begun today, according to a report from lando besides the above named delegates furnish $5,000 bail. thence set off by motor with an Ober- number of homeseekers that has!' ever

Amsterdam which says that heavy cannonading was disinctly heard at Ghent. will be able to attend the meet- Eleven other indicted officials were lieutenant as an escort, to visit the been brought to Florida this!' early ut

An aerial raid of much force was made today by the British and French ing. arraigned today and after pleas of fighting line. Across the French fron- the season on any one day by the
not guilty were released on $5.000 tier and on past Latour and Woervewe Southern, says the Jacksonville Me
aviators, who dropped bombs on the headquarters positions of the Germans I PRETTY SOCIAL AFFAIR MONDAY bail.
met an ever increasing number of tropolis.
at Tkielt, Bruges and Roulers. The state railway works at Bruges was so I NIGHT infantry, artillery and transport columns Tonight at 8:50 the Florida Limitedover

tartfj damaged as to be of no use to the Germans and the German general TO STOP SHIPMENT OF and the further we went the the Southern to Jacksonvillewith
On :Monday evening, November 2, a
atoB declared in favor of moving headquarters to Ghent in order to escape ARMS TO MEXICO busier became the scene. two extra cars. Tomorrow morning -
little social affair took placeat
tktt continued attacks of the British armored aeroplanes. pretty "German officers to whom I spokein the Royal Palm will come to
402 West Central avenue, where
Br International News, Service to The Sentinel, this neighborhood were by no Jacksonville in two sections and car- 1
GERMANS ABANDON MUCH WAR MATERIALParis Miss Hazel Haywood entertained the Washington, Nov. 4.-There is con- means satisfied over the progress of rying eight extra coaches. Two of j
lady operators who are her co-
young siderable anti-American feeling ram- affairs; there was no progress to be these come from Detroit two from
Nov. 4.-The fury of the allied troops attacks has forced the Ger- workers in the local telephone exchange -
in Mexico where General J
City,
pant noted, principally because the French Chicago, two from Cincinnati, one
raaaa to withdraw entirely from their positions upon the left bank of the at a three-course luncheon.The Carranza is still recognized by this artillery had proved itself superiorto from Toronto, Canada, and one from t

rnmt Yser, abandoning much war material and a large number of their big rooms were decorated with flow- government. However, this feelingis the German. The French seem to Pittsburg. All of them have Jack- ';
ers. The menu was as follows:
glue which were stuck in the mud. Heavy inundation upon the field upon in control, as was communicated to have dragged their heavy guns out i sonville for their destination, except-
wkWfc the Germans have been compelled to operate has made the positions Oysters fried and stewed with i' this government today by General of the fortress and to have placed I ing the one from Pittsburg, bound 'J
pickles and stuffed olives, sandwiches,
Funston from Vera Cruz.It them in the open field. Moreover, it through to Loughman, and the one "J
neal the coast untenable, and the failure of attacks made in this Flemish chicken salad, pumpkin pie, coffee, I II
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said that there had
was today is asserted that the French artillery from Toronto, bound through to j
bog apparenly convinced the German general staff that cake, brick ice cream.
a continuation of been no response yet from Carranzato can reach at least two kilometers far- I Lakeland.The .
th.k offensive movement in this direction would be suicidal. Heavy attacksare j The evening was delightfully spent the demands of this governmentthat ther than that of the Germans. Florida Special on the Southern 1
: with music laughter and merriment.
still! being made on the French positions on the Ypres, but today the he give ample guarantees to pro- "We passed on by St. Hilaire and from Kansas City tomorrow wilt
: The girls left at a late hour, and from Jl
allies by vigorous forward movement were able to drive toward Messines ( tect American citizens in Mexico City. Dutgnetville to llarville where we also have an extra tourist sleeper
their hearty expresions it was evident -
blifklly southeast of Ypres and seven miles distant. Gregory today ordered the United were only 12 kilometers from the loaded with homeseekers coming to ,-
The British and French troops advanced along the northern bank of the that all had a good time. States marshals and district attor- great fortress of Verdun whose guns Florida.

river Lys and by a sharp flanking movement succeeded in bending inward neys to watch and stop shipments of were sending out their terrible mes- The Southern has homeseekers' excursions -

the left flank of the German army facing Ypres and establishing itself in DEMOCRATS LOSE HEAVILY Y Yi arms from the United States into sengers of death. Not far from that to Florida from northern
strong positions from which violent counter attacks of the invaders failed to ; Mexico. point was a magnificent battery of 30 points leaving the several gatewayson

dislodge them. A heavy artillery duel raged all along the front from the centimeter howitzers. I was not allowed the first and third. Tuesdays of

Flanders region- around a great arc to the forrest of Premont.. east of the I i IN HOUSE Dickson-Ives Have to approach it, but German "officers 'each month, arriving here on the first .
Argonnes. told me that the Austrians had and third Wednesdays and Thursdaysof
I suffered terrible losses. each month. These homeseeker
Attractive WindowThe
I Complete Returns Show Demo I I
GERMANS WIN IN NAVAL BATTLE OFF COAST OF SIIILE "The French shells raked even the excursions have always brought a

Valparaiso, Chile, Nov. .-The victory of the German fleet under : cratic Majority in Lower best sheltered positions-a fact which large number of homeseekers to Florida -
Admiral von Spec, consisting of the armored cruisers Scharnhorst and Gnei- House Cut to 27-Prohibition display windows of the Orlando gave the Austrians much food for I I j but this year they are coming

senau and the light cruisers Nurnberg, Leipsic and Bremen, over the British and Suffrage business houses are beautiful. Everyone thought. At last they found the so- earlier, and come in much larger numbers -

squadron, made up of the cruisers Monmouth, Good Hope, and Glasgow, and Make Gainsi has been dressed in the most met- lution. In a tree close to their bat-
I ropolitan manner. A survey of the they found Frenchman armed Coming into a fuller appreciationof
the transport Otranto commanded by Rear Admiral Cradock, continues the tery, a
display windows in the business dis- with field telephone who promptly the value of homeseekers to this
sensation of.the hour here. i i International Nw Serrir t. The Sentinel a
That the Germans were able to sink or scatter the British squadronwith Washington, Nov. 4.-With com- trict leaves one with the feeling that informed Verdun of any change in the state, Florida is beginning to look

only minor damages to their own ships and a casualty list of only three I plete returns in hand from practically nothing more in the way of" tastefulness position of the Austrian guns The I j forward to their coming more anx-
wounded is a subject of wonder. I every one of the 435: congressional and artisticness could be desired. brave Frenchman was given short iously than the coming of tourist

The Monmouth is known to have been lost with practically all of her j I districts in the United States, Democrats They are without doubt the last wordin shrift. But the instance does not I They are needed here more to build

crew as a result of this first big naval fight of the war. The Good Hopewas I and Republicans are substan- window dressing. They are of par- stand alone. Repeatedly have the up the state, develop her resources,
severely damaged and on fire when she escaped under cover of darkness, tially agreed upon the complexion of ticular interest at this time becauseof Germans found country people in' and bring out her wonderful possibil-
and it is believed here that she went to the bottom, while the Glasgow and the house of representatives in the the new showing in styles. Then, trees and in cellars, all with pocket ities of production than any other
th Otranto took refuge in a Chilean por. I sixty-fourth congress, which will be too the windows are decorated to telephones." "class of people.

i convened by President Wilson within meet the critical glance of the tourist I The indications, if one may judgeby
NEW I a few weeks to go on with the Demo- who may come to Orlando for the the advance guard of homeseekers
ITALIAN CABINET OFFICIALLY ,
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Stole March cratic program of legislation.The first time. A Delightful [: coming this year, thus early, is that
CONFIRMED ; One of the windows recently dressed
Democrats, according to their I the number this winter will probablybe
own figures will have a clear major- that has caused comment is the south double the number brought duringany
I Social Event
By International Newa Service to The SentinelRome RicedJ. ;
Italy, Nov. 4.-The makeupof Badly ity of 27 over all other parties in the display window of the Dickson-Ives other season. They are, too, a
the new Italian cabinet was offi- house and a plurality of 33 over the deparment store. The lighting of the I class of homeseekers much desired.

cially confirmed today. It includes W. McNair, of Jacksonville, and I Republicans. The line-up of the house window is in green made by the elec- Mrs J. B. Lawton very delightfully I They are the kind that are preparedto
Signer Salandra, who retains his postas Mrs. will be as follows: Democrats 229! ; I tric light filtering through a green entertained the Wednesday Card clubat I engage in farming, stock raising,
Margaret Simmons Peeler, of
premier and minister of the inte- Republicans, 196; Progressives 8; So- film abo\e the window. Palm branches her pretty home on Lake Eola yes- : poultry production, fruit growing and
rior. Signor Salandra had a lengthy Maitland, stole a march on their many I cialist, 1; Independent, 1. Total 435.: are in the rear of the window and terday afternoon. The hostess was I vegetable gardening. They are the

conference today with the new cabi- friends in thisection by getting qui- In the senate, according to returns lean against the mirrors. The display assisted by her daughter, Miss Rita kind and class of people that Florida

net, discussing Italy's relation regard- etly married yesterday afternoon. The i iI which are accepted by the national emphasizes the "Chandron," the new Lawton. Three tables were filled, needs and must have.

ing the international situation, but wedding took place at the home of the < committees of both parties as being evening wear shade. The harmoniouscolor "five hundred" being played.The I What Florida has hoped for-a big
nothing was made public regarding I Rev. J. F. McKinnon at 12:30 o'clock,1 substantially accurate the Democratic scheme of green, "Chandron, guests were Mrs. A. Z. Rossi- season for homeseekers-is already

policies decided upon. It is not believed :Mr.: McKinnon pronouncing the majority has been increased from and black, is proving very attractiveto ter, Mrs. Jenkins, Mrs O. S. Robinson showing a healthy and encouraging
that Italy will be able much I mony. Mr. McNair is connected cere with ten to sixteen the upper house liningup the hundreds of passersby. Mrs. W. E. Hudson, Mrs E. J. outlook. The season of 1914-1915

longer to resist the clamor of the the McNair Lumber I as follows: Democrats 56; Republicans Temple, Mrs. J. I. Thornton, Mrs. W. promises to be the biggest and best
and
Italian people for her participation in Mrs. McNair is a daughter company of, Mrs. "{ 39; Progressive 1. Total, I FIRST :MEETING OF OPEN L. Wescott, Mrs. Lawrence Gentile, I the state has ever experienced. I
I 96. Mrs. John Schnarr Mrs. E. F.
the great European struggle. M. E. Simmons and the late Major FORUM CLUBThe Sperry,
Despite the fact that figures in the Mrs. Josiah Ferris, Mrs. W. A. Dade, ORDER COURT HOUSE PAINTED
J. S. Simmons of Maitland.
ROOF GARDEN PROGRESSING Following the ceremony a numberof house indicate a great gain for Republicans I first regular meeting of the I Mrs. E. II. McNeil, Mrs F. II. Williams -

friends discovered them, and a Thomas J. Pence, secretaryin Open Forum Club was held last nightat Miss Walenah Moore and Mrs. The board of county commissionersmet
charge of the Democratic national McKee. yesterday at the court house. One
Cynthia
7:30 o'clock at the Episcopal Chap-
Rapid progress is being made on plentiful shower of rice resulted. The j
the new roof garden at the Yowell- happy couple departed in an automobile committee, gave out a highly optimistic ter House. The officers elected were Mrs W. E. Hudson captured the session was held in the morning and

Duckworth department store. The for Winter Park but they refused statement tonight. "Our majorityis C. P. Dow, president; E. F. Sperry, honors of the afternoon, making the another in the afternoon. Routine
I safe enough to be comfortable," of 2530. business was considered. The court
is vice-president, and II. M. Voorhis high score
second floor attracting considerable to state their real destination.
attention as a new departmenthas II said Pence. "It is particularly gratifying secretary and treasurer. The debate, During the concluding half hour house will be painted and the interior

just been installed, consisting of EPWORTH LEAGUE :NOTICE to know that the party has which was on the question, "Can a delightful cleole chicken and oyster finishings will be revarnished.

perfumes, toilet articles etc. Thereis strengthened its hold in the great Christian Engage in Warfare was pie, potato salad, olives, finger rolls,
also an elaborate art room filled f Business meeting Thursday night''J JI I' Middle West and on the Pacific the feature of the evening. The neg- home-made candies mints and grapefruit MAKES HIS LAST ROUNDMr.
and I coast." ative side, taken by Dr. Howell, won. wines were served. .
with flower baskets fancy woven at 7:45. Important business please !i
jardiniers. 1 l be on time. Nevada Grants Woman Suffrage The affirmative side was defended by W. J. Edwards, of Ocala, fruit
; Nevada has granted woman suf Mr. Jamieson. Refreshments were FREE MEAL TICKET inspector for this district, spent yes-
--- -- frage. The vote in :Montana: the I terday in this section, making his lastround"
--'IIII. on served. The club is non-sectarian.
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suffrage question is close, and the result Meetings will be held regularly in There are a great number of Northern as an official, as the so-called
LATEST NEWS FROM THE FRONT i will not be known for several the future. young men and boys who have "green' fruit law" becomes inoperative -

have taken days. Missouri, Ohio North Dakota, after today. .
The GERMANS PILSENER and are now surrounding come to this section to obtain employment -
Delicatessen where the WURST is expected. The BELGIAN HARES South Dakota, and other states vot- MR. I).\XX HAS MOVEDMr. .in the packing industry. Because -

have had a falling out with the WELSH RAREBITS, and the SWISS ing on the question, defeated suffrageby of the backwardness of the CARTER GOES; FOR MORGAN \

CHEESE is shot full of holes. This will make the IRISH STEW large votes. H. Carl Dann has moved from packing companies there are many k
and the ENGLISH MUSTARD hot, and if the RUSSIAN CAVIARSthe Prohibition Makes Gains I. his pretty home on North Orange) hungry lads. The charity meal ticket Officer J. E. Carter left yesterday

FRENCH PASTRY, it may start a SWISS MOVEMENT- Prohibiton won in Arizona, Oregon, avenue to the corner of Colonial and I at the Model cafe which has been provided afternoon for Jacksonville, where he
WATCH the SPANISH ONIONS are strong for a mix-up and if California, and Ohio. Rhode Island Lexington avenues, Concord Park. by charitably inclined citizensis goes for the purpose of bringing to

the HOME PRESERVES are called out and spread over the GER defeated prohibiton by a heavy vote. Mr. Dann, while North this summer II free to those unemployed who will Orlando, R. M. Morgan, charged with i
MAN NOODLES they may KETCHUP with the NAVY BEANS, In Colorado and Washington prohibi- rented his home to a prominent and ask for a meal. giving worthless checks. i
thereby causing an uprising of the BRUSSELS SPROUTS.By tion issue is in doubt on the face of I wealthy family in New York City,
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the Uncensored Press. incomplete returns. i| and they are expected here about the THE WEATHER Bring your subscriptions and renewal i f
California passed an anti-prize':[ 15th of this month to spend the sea- f Florida: Fair Thursday and Fri- ::; for magazines or daily
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T. F. HOURIHAN. Licensed Plumber. Eat what you want.
NASHVILLE CONVENTION : i1 TRUE-CHEAP i Conscientious work at fair prices. Eat all you want.
I Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf Take a postscript and forget it.
Ij For sale by all druggists.
: IN NOVEMBER WITH PAINT MEANSThe I Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel I_'7 1 l-7-d&w-lyr
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WOMAN SUFFRAGE IS I j I'' surface-Gives the longest service wAre

BIG QUESTION \ ;, I -Lasts and looks well. You Thinking About a VictrolaFor
I
Five Hundred Women Are to Be
Present at Immense Contention I THAT'SiT Christmas?

Next Week in :\ There are certain types: of Victrolas that it is of-
Tennessee City Harrisons'"To'vn ten impossible to buy even in New York, Philadelphia
or Chicago during the month of December. To save

The business of winning woman & Country" annoyance, place your order now. The biggest dealerin

suffrage will absorb the entire atten- the world cannot sell you a machine any cheaper thanwe
tion of delegates to the forty-sixth The result of over a Hundred can. You can get right at us if the instrument is

annual convention of the National A Years Experience.Get not absolutely perfect and satisfactory in every way. It

American Woman Suffrage Associa- is not as easy to do this if the dealer is in Baltimore or
tion at Nashville, Tenn., November "
12 to 17. The five hundred women our free book "Cause & Effect. New York. Some have found this out by dear experience. -
vrho: will represent the thousand or It tells you many things you ought to know. lJ Come in and talk it over.

more ciation branches in forty-three of the national states, would asos-, SOLD BY W. S. BRANCH,

they say, never consider leaving their
homes, and in many cases their important Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. The,Arcade Book and Music Store
work, merely to amuse them- ,
selves, to meet their friends, and en- 113tf"L For the last Twenty-five Years.

joy Southern hospitality, nor yet to - u_ ___ _____ _
argue the merits of woman suffrage. ----
They will travel to Nashville prima- ; 08
rily because winning the vote has be-
come a highly specialized business, CONWAY NURSERIESGROWERS
needing experts in every line, and
these experts can learn much from AND DEALERS IN
one another.
From the time the executive coun- All Leading Varieties of Citrus Trees \ \ i
cil goes into conference at the Her-
mitage hotel on the morning of No- R. T. PEEL, Proprietor.
vember 11th until after the final board
BUYERS TO SHARE' IN PROFITS
Local Salesman
meeting on November 18th, the busi-
ness of the association will be para- Glen St. :Mary: Nurseries REAL ESTATEBox LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida.
mount to other consideration.
every I Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
The delegate who is unwilling to sit I I 9-24-tf l.lbio and guaranteed against any reduction -
through three sessions of the convention -,
= III 1111111111 during that time:
each day, attend conferences !
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til three in the morning and begin un-I i Touring Car $555.00

swering the telephone at six, will be SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL? Runabout 505.00 I
considered a mere trifler. I I
Dr., Anna Howard Shaw, the national -,I STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA F. O. B. Orlando. All can fully equipped.
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president, is popularly sup- FOR WOMEN GAINESVILLE Farther we will be able te obtain the m..!iaom efficiency. :
posed not to sleep at all during convention in cur factory: production, and the minimum cost in, .arpurchasing of ':
TALLAHASSEE. and male department if we r-ach an outjut
week, and she does her best above date
the
of Arts and Sciences;Normal School; 300.900 can between .
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to keep the delegates from wasting I of Music; School of Expression; And should we reach this production, we agree; to pay :
valuable moments. of Art; Extension Division: Graduate 8 Colleges and Division; Liberal Arts The buyer' share from $40 to $60 per car (on or aboutAugust I.
Modern Gymnasium with swimming Law who purchases a new
: ; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers I.IUS t. every: retail buyer
Massachusetts woman on her ; basket ball and tennis courts;new and College. Experiment Station; Extension Division between August 1. 1911 and August I. 1915.
buildings; beautiful campus; dormi-| ; Graduate School. Ten new brick buildings Ford ear and profit-
way home last year, sighed: : have all modern conveniences ; new besides gymnasium, swimming pool and For further particular regarding these low price I
"It's been a great convention, butI ; room and kitchen most hygienic in !' many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers: instructors sharing plan. ace
; 418 young ladies from 49 counties and assistants. 354 young men
wish I hadn't had a new evening 12 etatea last session. i Florida counties and 24 State and F. G. RUSH
FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last session.
dress made for it. I never had time I Board acd entrance fees for the 1 TUITION .FREE. Board and Entrance Fee.
to unpack, much less wear it." $124.04 For catalogue write (i $132.50 per year. Write today i-p catalogue Phone 226
I EDWARD CONRADL President. 1 A. A. ) & .
The convention program sounds I
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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:



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 and Irish

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

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 start with bigger
money prospects.e .
b sold for enough money to reduce the cost of the balance 1 0"
This property has buildings which could not be duplicated for
this large estate to a minimum amount. Terms to enable most
1 less than one thousand dollars. All farm implements 1 are included -

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

own real estate broker or sold by any broker in Orlando. Private -
acres planted 1 in I large orange and grapefruit trees in full bear
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.
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COURTESY VERSUS BAD MANNERS A. W. DOWDELL, plasterer, mason
Winter Park and cement worker. 516 W. ChurchSt. I
Phone 420. 10-25-1m ,

Uneeda Biscuit One would- imagine- that the aver-
News ItemsThe BEST SELECT OYSTERS 50c. Quart j
of this hada GRAND
Nourishment-fine fla age young man city never '
vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness. mother. It is really appalling to TheWaldeckerFishCo

South Central District offiLristian note the total lack of respect they
All FOR FISH AND OYSTERS
Endeavor Societies met at entertain for womankind.The .

Sanford Friday, Saturday and Sun for 5 cents, in the race really seems to be degen- Phone No. 3. 206 Boone StreetP. TCXDJVYGeneral

Winter moisture-proofpackage. erating. A large majority are little,
day, and the Park society was 31. and W. O. COX
well represented, among them being diminutive creatures that resemblean 10-23-tf

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dale, Mr. and imaginary cross between a tooth-

Mrs. Raymond Ward, Rev. C. E. En- pick and a cigarette. They seem Film Company Inc.

low, Miss Florence Betts, Mrs. :May: I possessed of just about as much con-

Denning, Mr. H. A. Ward, :Mr.: ception of gentlemanly instincts as I The Cathedral SchoolORLANDO. I Presents

Harrington and :Mr.: Percy Dale. S.I a hound pup. I : \
Essanay's
Photoplay Masterpiece
Mr. and Mrs. Gibbs are back I Their faces are as expressionless )\! I
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the Xorth for the winter and settled : as dogwood blossoms, and if their j FLORIDA
again in the College bungalow. I brains were converted into dynamite, (Formerly .known a. Pcll.CUrk School) i iI I '"1

Mr. and :Mrs.: Foley and family are : it wouldn't blow their hats off. I REOPENS OCTOBERA I "Tll G good f br 1' Us

again in their winter home and will We had occasion to call one of ,. Boarding and Day School for Girls-
get the New Seminole into readinessfor these specimens down good and hard Regular and Special Course_Primary, ,
,
Intermediate and Academic Grade-
the tourist season. the other day for his insulting man- j I Mime-Art-Elocution, -Physical, Culture
Our local ball players took a pickup GRAHAM CRACKERSA ner to young lady, and other young I Domeitie S"rrQundinlt-climate Science, -Admirable lI.aJthful-,Situationand IN FOUR GREAT PARTS

team over to Ocoee :Monday: and ladies heard it. We told him we'd Careful Home Life-Capable Teacbrr
I I Mr. G. M. Anderson in New RoleIn
played a return game, resulting in a food for every day. slap his head off if he ever did sucha Low Rates. a

score of 1 to 0 in favor of Winter Crisp, delicious and thing again, and we had rather do I RCT. Roderick. P. Cobb. Bit-hop Mann.Hector. .
President. conjunction with this big
special
Park. Some game. strengthening. Fresh it than tell him about it. Of course :

Mrs. Vick is placing her millinery baked and fresh de he didn't attempt to resent this insult. ; feature we will show"Buddy's

stock in the new store, the corner of livered. Such characters are never possesesdof
10 cents.SNAPAROONS
the Ilenkel block. courage. Downfall "

Next Sunday night the three 4 Just try it for yourself-speak to ,

churches Congregational, Methodistand one of them as politely as you please, .Pill aireet.JEWELER t. A Vi tag'aph Comedy

Baptist, will join in a union tem- and see if he recognizes the saluta-

perance service at the Baptist church. tion. They seem absolutely devoid of "
"Her New York
Rev. C. E. Enlow, of the Congrega- any of the instincts of gentlemen. Trip to ,

tional church, will preach the ser What can be done to amelioratethis
condition? Why should not the An Hssanay Comedy
EXPERT WATCH MAKERI
mon.Rev.. W. L. Barze came up from St. young men of this country be forcedto

Cloud Monday to visit the family be- serve a certain number of yearsin This Splendid Big Program For Only!

tween trains. the army? Army discipline would. make a specialty Fine
Mrs. Barbara Flye Chubb, who has at least teach them to be polite.- Watch, Clock and Jewelery Repairing FIVE AND TEN CENTS
; Diamond Setting, Ring
been visiting heD mother for a few Jacksonville Floridian. I and
I Spectacle Repairing.
weeks, returned to her home Tuesday.
Bring me repairs others have ALWAYS IN EVIDENCE
.Ebe twenty-third annual meetingof For Sale
failed to do, and I will
repairthem
the South Florida Association of A delightful new biscuit 30 Acres, citrus and vegetable land,
20 fenced, 10 cleared, it satisfactorily or no charge.
on now,
Congregational Churches will meet with a rich and ready for planting trees crop this winter My prices are reasonable. "THAT ORCHESTRA"YOU

with the Congregational church next delicious cocoanut fla :and crop next spring; near school and
week, the eleventh and twelfth. A church; half mile of railroad station; CAN'T BEAT IT
cordial invitation is extended to the vor. Crisp and always ?ood neighborhood; four miles from \ CHAS. VATER
fresh. cents. court house. Special price if taken in
10 i I
to attend all these services beginning
,
public -
next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando.
Wednesday afternoon and 10-25-tf JEWELEREast Tomorrow

clo&iag Thursday night.A .
stereopticon social is announcedfor D.n't wait far every one la t.w. t* : Pine Street, at Young's
have ) Repair Shop "LITTLE MARY" PICKFORDIN
the Baptist church Thursday Jre Kntrican: the painter before
v.u try. Am toe busy U l..k ,..uI' ll4d&wlmHammond
night, to be given by the B. Y. P. U. Phone 636, and I will be on the1Wtf -
All are invited. _

There will be a special temperance 'n -- -- "
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program of recitations, music and i ti ='- O-nJjII ...'. ffgll ..,, ess of fe Storm r Country
readings at the Congregational church r ,

next Sunday morning in observanceof

World's Temperance Sunday, at Buy biscuit baked by I RELEASED EXCLUSIVELY THROUGH PARAMOUNTPROGRAM
which the pictures of Lincoln and Lee Gore

will be unveiled. NATIONAL BISCUIT

Mrs. Dutton is back in her winter
COMPANY .
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND E&ffiALMERS. II IIc .
home, having spent the summer in

the North. Always look for that Name
The ice cream and cake social at REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

the Congregational church netted the

Y. P. S. C. E. a neat little sum to be COMPARE
used' in missionary and other work. and shape the hopes and purposes ofa 3'il $ efl'firJ
day or fear and distress. Our peo- z
Our town was not disturbed very BUR FURNITURE
have looked their life I I
ple upon own as
muck Hallowe'en, though some signs
changed places, and gates are still a nation with a deeper comprehension We provide the quality of furniture that has I long
fuller realization of their
missing.F. a responsibilities been accepted by knowing furniture bujers as the:
W. Shepherd and wife went up as well as of their bless- standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. THE MARKETOf

to Sanford Monday to get their new ings, and a keener sense of the moral It wouldn't here were it otherwise. WOe can't make

car and have a ride in it coming and practical significance of what this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones

home. their part among the nations of the I of this business, and that means much to any buyer.McNEILL Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
world come to be. I
may
The firm name of C. H. Ward &
"The hurtful effects of foreign war
Sons was changed the first of this AND SALT MEATS
& DAVIS BLOCK
in their own industrial and commer- ,
month to Ward & Schultz. Mr. C. II.
cial affairs have made them feel the
Ward and :Mr. H. A. Ward have sold FISH AND GAME
Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.. Orlando. Fla.
more fully, and see the more clearly, I
their interests in the store to :Mr. their mutual interdependence Q Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Arthur Schultz. :Messrs.: C. Fred and upon '
one another and has stirred them toa .. fl11};$ Everything screened away from the fie"and kept fresh
Raymond O. Ward remain in the firm.
Prof. Blackman helpful co-operation, such as they and pure.
Berkeley
a .
very comprehensive review of gave Prof. have seldom practiced before. They a.aa I I Q I I I: 8 II I Q I I ; a I D I I J t IDe III I I I I We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

Usher's recent book, "PanGermanism have been quickened by a great moral everything in the Meat Line.

," at the College chapel last Thurs- stimulation. Their unmistakable ardor ROWS COLLEGE inter Park I

day afternoon.The Fortnightly. Club will meet disinterested for peace sympathy; their earnest for those pity who and i | The PARLOR MARKET

are suffering, their readiness to help
with Miss Nannie Hayes next Monday Oldest lcd Most Beautiful Grounds In Florida :
College <
and to think of the needs of others, H. M. Self & Co.
night. Miss Collins will read a paperon
"Forestry." has revealed them to themselves as College, Academy, Music Expression, Fine Arts:, Do-

Mrs. Twitchell and daughter :Miss: well as to the world. mestic and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Course. PINE STREET

Ray Twitchell, are back from their "Our crops vill feed all the reedy, Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire proS -

summer's outing at the old home, those who require food; the self-pos- tection, fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dol- II Phone No. 80

:Mansfield, Ohio.THANKSGIVING. session of our people amidst the most $ lar endowment. Three teachers of music, $3,000 organ,

serious anxieties and difficulties, and I : a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new I ;
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PROCLAMATION . . .
ISSUED BY PRESIDENT our business men will serve other nations -I I chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every J

WILSON as well as our own. modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water.
"The business of the country has Preparation for engineering course. .South Apopka Nurseries.. 4.

been supplied with new instrumentalities Lakes, swimming, golf tennis football
Washington.-President Wilson has boating, j
and the of the world All the varieties of and
issued' a proclamation designating commerce ; Christian, but undenominational; expenses moderate. leading Grapefruit Orange
Thursday; November 26, as Thanks- with new channels of trade and inter- Scholarships available. For catalogue address Trees, thrifty, well-rooted and clear of all diseases. :
course. The Panama canal has been New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family
giving Day. The proclamation, which
opened to the commerce of the na- WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN FREE. Address ,
refers to the fact that the United ,
tions. The two continents of America :
States is peacefully at repose while have been bound in closer ties of j I I Ph. D. LL. D.. President.
the Eastern is .South Nurseries.
hemisphere at war, i Apopka
friendship. New instrumentalities of : .. .. ij
follows: ." MM t .II..i..III.,11.8 M 'IDI" "
international trade have been created, Ii
"By the President of the United I OCOEE, FLORIDA i i
which will be also new instrumentali-1
States of America, -
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ties of acquaintance, intercourse and | 1
"A
proclamation:
"It has long been the honored cus- mutual service. Never before have I SPRAY NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE I . . . . . 1j

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the people of the United States been j
tom of our people to turn in the ,
so situated for their own advantageor SCHNARR'S: INSECTICIDE SPRAY 1-
fruitful autumn of the year in praise the advantage of their neighbors, I I 1I 111111111III11 C 18111 ; I II S III C."t', HI' 0 CII"+,' II I1II
and thanksgiving to Almighty God

for his manifold blessings and mer- or so mankind.equipped to serve themselvesand i' Kills White Fly Larvae, Scale. Rust :Mite j +-t i i i I $
every
cies to us as a nation. The year thatis 'I Orlando Paint and Wall Co.High
now drawing to a close, since we "Now, therefore, Woodrow Wilson and Red Spider that i i'* hit. Removes scoty mold j o Paper I
President of the United Statesof I
and insures and fruit. I
last observed our day of National healthy trees bright September -

Thnaksgiving, has been, while a year America, do hereby designate I and October are two of the best months for Grade Paints Oils Varnishes
Thursday, the twenty-sixth of November -
of discipline, because of the mighty spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents insects AGENTS FOR
next, as a day of Thanksgiving t Kalsomine, Wall Pa-
forces of war and of change which t from all winter them
and prayer, and invite the people sapping trees and brings oj i Patton's Sun Proof Paper, Wall Board, Roofing
have disturbed
of special'! blessings the world for us., also a year throughout the land to cease from t out in a good healthy condition :in the spring, thus $ 'i i Paints Brushes, Etc.

"It has been vouchsafed to us to their wonted occupations, and in their insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom. +
several homes and places of worship, SOLD AT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Orange Ave. J
remain at peace with honor, and in THE SUN
render thanks to Almighty God." J. SCHNARR & CO. Orlando Florida. E ORLANDO FLORIDA .
some part to succor the suffering and I | ''

supply the needs of those who are in '
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We have been FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKINGAt Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure the White n?' A i
want. privileged by I i Special Wall Paper 3000 Rolls at
c.
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our own peace and self control in 208 East Robinson avenue. Misses ; Fungi. 9-9 D. and \V 2-M: % %
Berke, formerly with Miss Hovermale.
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THE DAILY I SIDELIGHTSBy barber shops so that a busy businessman another took up the work until all
till 111I1 11111 III III rill 11111 11111 fill' 11111 11111 I' I'' I
can get a hair cut, whisker trim, was finished, "the goldsmiths and the i .. . . . . . . . . . .
South Florida SentinelMORNING i ( W. S. Branch) I shampoo, hair tonic and manicure all merchants" filling in the last gap.

AND WEEKLY It will be well for you to take half complete in five minutes in stead of Will you follow the example of Zac- ::: I

W. M. GLENN __..._....._..n_,....EditorW. an hour this evening and look very sitting in the waiting line for an houror cur, and Zadok and Shallum and Aza- : i
C. ESSINGTON .. ..B. ana Manager I
---- ._-- carefully at every single five dollar two with no way to pass the time riah, etc., and help build a wall of ; I

Eat, aa t Second< at the Clas poetoffice Mail Matter.at Orlando. Florida bill you have in your possesion. If except to read the Police Gazette. beautiful flowers and shrubs around :H ',,' -" ,,; I I
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you find one numbered K6000615K. Lake Eola? I Ii
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Dailj. 1 Year ........................ 15.00 it is counterfeit and has been raised The Times-Union has had two fine II I

laib Duly.. .S Month....................... 2.50 1.25 from a one dollar bill. You might as descriptions of the new Republic TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR t
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .60 well give it to your wife to use in theater which has just been completed. t

Weekly. 1 Year ...................... J1.00 purchasing a new fall hat. It is also All the particulars of the inte- RENT Three acres of good j
Weekly 6 Months .................... .75 suggested that wives go through rior, exterior and all the other eriors truck land, one mile from court
house. Apply 703 West Central A\'e.
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ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN their husband's pockets and ascertainif were given in detail until we are 11-5-3t*

ADVANCETO -- they have any such in their purses, tempted to make a special trip to i
ADVERTISERS: and if so, take them at once and save Jacksonville to see it. But in all of POSITION TED-Young man

Copy for display and all other hand- t hubby from getting into trouble from these descriptions no word was givento wants position as stenographer or I| SERGES
bookkeeper, or both. Small salary to
advertising must be handed in at the business,21ce passing counterfeit money. tell where the pretty thing is lo-
Sooer.
of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. start. Thoroughly competent.
the day before publication. This rule applies -0- cated. Of course, everyone in joyous steady and reliable. Address "C. W."
U chances for contract advertising: it if Sentinel. 11-5-tfc I I There are things that .
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. "Perhaps an angel with a sense of Jacksonville knows where to find it, care many seemingly
humor might see something funny insetting but those of us who live in the sub- are aIike--there is no outward difference
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued Get the news in the Sentinel! first
some millions of men waist urbs would like to know whether it
should notify the office in writing on
I but which, in fact, vastly different.
the date of expiration otherwise it will be I high in ditches to shoot at each other. is on East Forsyth street near the I -- are
continued at the regular received.subscription rates. Or would it be devil that could other movies, on West Bay street 1111111'11111111111.McCUllOCU'S. 144++ 'Ve particularly emphasize Serges and the
until notice to stop is a .
Telephone Numb' r ... ......,...'.....,. 24"THURSDAY
-- --- laugh at such a spectacle?-Times- mixed up with the "mail order"places

NOVEMBER 5, 19U._. Union. up in "Cohenburg" close by famousOAK
-- -- --- All of which proves that the T.-U. I the Y. M. C. A., out on Kings Road I
The Balkan caldron is beginning to SERGE
man has studied the tariff and other surrounded by Africa, or over in Riv
seethe again.
questions more than he has the sub- .,entertaining. the aristocracy. I I'
Q of and shall not be in particular.
ject angels we -
The Sick Man of Europe is now en- Store !
: Department
tering upon his last illness. surprised to hear that even his Satanic About thirty people out of a popu- ; ; There are many makes of ordinary Serges

Majesty resents such an insinu- lation of eight or t ten thousand in that have
o apparently the same appearance
The man who makes the loud noise ation. Orlando have responded to the appealof i
-0- -weave, weight and handle to this fa-
the commissioners for dona-
park
seldom sends stories of his deeds I I ,
thundering down the ages. Eustis Lake Region reprints a tions of flowers and shrubs to use in I Jelly Tumblers J | I mous make, but upon closer examination"there's
poem written fifteen years ago about beautifying Lake Eola park. There Ii
i a difference, and the difference is
Bob is the old Bob
Bob
Holly. same ought to be five hundred ready re
The activity of Vesuvius is tardy.
Europe has another volcano in erup- -except in hair.-Tampa Tribune. sponses. From the time Nehemiah Fruit Jars I Ii i not only in the quality of the yarn used,

tion which puts it in the shade. Scientists tell us that the entire returned to Jerusalem to start a i but in the general build of the fabric.
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body of a man changes every sevenor movement for rebuilding its walls

One of every six o students of Indiana eight years. Therefore there have which had been burned and torn asun- all kinds

university is physically defective. The been two Bob Hollys since that pic- der, 400 or 500 years before Christ, i OAK SERGfSI

aesthetic type, naturally, of America'sliterary ture was taken. The bald headed down to the present time, many great
center. men always insist that brains do not enterprises have been carried through Are made from fine worsted 'aI ns, thor-

o grow under a head of hair, which because each one of a great numberof Preserving KettlesSouth oughly combed and dyed before \'eaving.
doubtless accounts for the absence of people did his share. That is the
The mayor of Bangor, Me., was hit
by a rolling beer keg as he walked all but the fringe on Hr. Holly's cra- way we can make a perfect beauty I thus assuring absolute permanan of col-

past a local groggery. This is one nium.Notwithstanding. spot of Eola park. Eliashib, the high Orange Avenue ; ; I or and evenness of weave. The foods are
built the first section of the :
of the risks of living in a prohibitionstate. priest i thoroughly shrunk and sponged.
President Wilson'sproclamation i .
wall for Jerusalem, and after
new one 4+4 + 4 Jellllllle''Sl IJ. e
of neutrality in the pres-

o ent war, the Dickson-Ives company ,, .. OUR SERGES ARE OAK SERGES
General Carranza Mexico resem- : "" -
have their window beautifully
bles some of our own patriots. His
trimmed with Belgian broadcloth, and It
disposition to retire is no more
pro-
John Quina has a lot of Belgian hares ARaOpportuThe Our prices range from ,
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ty
nounced than that of T. Roosevelt and
running around his back yard.
W. Sulzer.On 50 cls. to $2.00 per yd.
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o Crawford home place at No. 108 America
The People's National bank has a
account of his kind words for We Invite Comparison of ValuesCORSETS
new errorless bookkeeping machine, street must be sold at once. The lot has a front-
the Kaiser the Scots are stoning the I
statue of Andrew Carnegie in his native the Yowell-Duckworth company has I are of 83 feet and 333 feet deep. The house contains I I

town. It is always safest to an automatic cash register run by I six rooms, but is not modern in appointments i
electricity: but the crying need of the
leave the statue business until a man hour is a machine to be placed in though it could easily be made so. I have the ex-
is dead.
a clusive handling of this property and am preparedto

TWENTY-NINE CHAPTERS, offer GREAT BARGAIN. Remember it I Our experienced Corsetiere is at your
-T. a 8 III Q CO U I J I a s you a ,
U. D. C., AT KISS1MMEE f MUST BE SOLD, so see me at once if interested. I sen-ice. A well fitted Corset enhances
F.HOURIMN J .
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not only the appearance of the gown worn,
Kissimmee, Fla., Nov. 4.-The first i
f meeting of the nineteenth convention Licensed Plumber and but also adds pleasure and comfort to the'

of the United Daughters of the Con- f Sanitary Engineer .
wearer.WE
.- federacy of the state was held here Estimates Furnished. Jobbing i I

last night, after the arrival of delegates I Promptly: Attended to. S.Y.WAYInsurance I FEATURE EXCLUSIVELY: I
i \ from all over the state. Fully PHONE 629

one hundred delegates, representing I lob Court Street
and Real Estate F Bon Ton
twenty-nine chapters, U. D. C. members Agent 1'I

r and other visitors were in attendance ORLANDO, FLORIDA $ .
American
at the court house for the 4-al-lm PHONE 172 Lady

f. opening of the convention, which will . .. Royal Worcester
continue through Friday. JII

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t opening were accorded addresses the of welcome convention which by I J9rmi) Buy Gum Camphori.c Madam Lyra

speakers voicing the hospitality of the
city Mayor II. R. for the city, FrolasetOURMILLINERY
; May
t Lewis O'Bryan for the board of trade, made in Orlando. We sell it. Pai i : '

t C. F. Johnson for the local press,
l W. B. Crow for the United Sons of I tronize home industry.

I Veterans, and Mrs. B. B. Simpson fort PHARMACY

the hostess Will Bryan chapter. A ..... f 11I1111111 II MMMMMMMMf MMMMM OM t II III i igtMHHilMllllilltlHtlltlllliM 111111111111 '.' :
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by State President Sister Esther Carlotta I: "' > 0 II 8 6fli r MIMMMIIIIilMIMIiMMeiCtt. | :
l of the Anna Dummett Chapter, Has been eulogizezd from one end of the

t St. Augustine, who in happily chosen state to the other. For style and extreme .

words graciously accepted the wel- moderation of prices have
come. BIG BENLook H we no

Throughout the business session rivals. :

r the stars and stripes mingled with
F the bars, and feeling of love between OUR READY TO WEAR
the North and South was perhaps Big Ben square in the back in Evans'

never more strongly felt than by the window---he's good all round and good all through. 1 Is a fitting companion to our Millinery
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daughters of those who fought so Department, if it's new and fashionable

t' valiantly under the bars. : : If "handsome is as handsome does"---Big Ben's it's with us. \Ve'd appreciate a call.

1 f SERUM BEING PREPARED FOR : : beauty is more'n skin deep. I

I r WOUNDED SOLDIERS

f Paris, Nov.A microbe which See those great, strong, handy keys that make

causes gangrene in bullet and shrap- his wind up so easy--- and the broad, deeptonedbell
nel wounds has been discovered
by
Drs. James Scarlett and Georges des he sounds, so your get up is pleasing.Big .

Jardins, of the American.ambulance
r service. After much experimentationon Ben stands seven inches from tip to toe---big, faithful,

horses and guinea pigs, a serum is with large, clean-cut hands,plainly seen in the dim morning light, l
now being prepared by Dr. Henri

f Weisberg, of the Pasteur Institute. He rings you up at any time you say-steady for five minutesor
i
ical The circles discovery to have is world expected wide in impor-med on and off for ten-stops short in either call at a nudge from

tance. The serum is being injectedinto you. He took the Blue Ribbon at the Fair. See special display

patients on the battle field in the : : today in our window.
early stages of the infection, obviat-

ing amputations and preventing great
loss of life. DICKSON .IYfS CO.


TO BE MAYOR OF APOPKA

T. H. EVANSJEWELER
Mr. F. H. Davis, one of the promi-

nent and prosperous citizens of Apopka .DEr ARTMENT STORE.

was a county seat visitor yester- .. ..
day. Mr. Davis received the nomina-
I
tion for mayor at the primary heldon ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

Saturday, but in reality he will not Orlando Orange Avenue Florida

become chief executive of that thriv-

ing municipality until some time in .
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Caruthers the season.& Gore.Every one wel-5-3t THEATRE ; ON MOTOR ROW IT AT ALLEN'S"CAROLINA"


A. Ferris who is trust offi- I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I I BYSPARK I|

the Atlanta Association of PLUG I
Admission 5 cents !
Men was in Orlando yesterday JllllllllllllllllllltllJ'11It .' -- ',
matters. Mr. Ferris left :
the afternoon for Tampa. i II is rumored that a number of Or-
TODAY'S PROGRAM: lando motorists went to Sanford Sun- i

B. L. Griffin a prosperous 4-Reels-4 day and were "pinched" by the authorities "The Carolina" !
of that because the 11
and fruit grower of the Ocoee Eclair. "The Aztec Treasure." A county
was in the city yesterday Mexican drama in two parts with Orlando cars bore the Orange county .
business before the board of Edna Payne and Robert Frazer. 1914 license plates instead of the 1915 Is a pattern of heavy !
Joker. "The Sharps Want a Flat. licenses. The 1914 licenses expired \

I commisioners. Comedy Vitagraph.with Max"Two Asher.Souls With Buta October 1. Seminole county has vig- sterling silver, modest i
ilant officers of the law.
Thought. A comedy. ,
Single
P. Pillans last
arrived night 'r 1
-0.- and beautiful, pieces are !
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and left this morning -
to visit his parents Mr. MOVES REAL ESTATE OFFICEMr. The Orlando Auto and Supply com- furnished bright rich I
% n
is for the I
J. C. Pillans for a fort- pany looking a Dodge car '
Ocala' Star. S. S. Griffin has moved his real last of the month. Thousands of rumors and resplendent in their I
estate office in the Hyer building to are afloat concerning this new
W. Rouse one of the pioneer I a suite of rooms over the Orlando car. That it will be a sensation in reflecting surfaces. U I I
of the Lake Howell section i I Bank and Trust company in order to the automobile field seems to be an II i
the business transactors better accommodate his large andi assured fact. 'I
county metropolis yesterday. i rapidly growing real estate business. -- 11 "John Hancock"made fl
Mr. Griffin he has over one hundred The "Home of the Famous Ford"on *
in the city Mr. Rouse called j says
I thousand dollars in valuable Church street are setting up six in sterling
silver
his allegiance to the old j I I I
South Florida Sentinel. realty in Orange county and as soon new Ford cars received at Orlando
I as the people stop talking war so yesterday direct from the Detroit fac- beautifully ornamentedand

Line.'i'regular monthly meeting of much he is going to place it on the tory. finished with
care"JOAllen -
Relief Corps will be market. -

Mrs. E. F. Sperry on Thurs- The San Juan Garage company received I fulness of detail, and an
six Studebaker at San-
cars
5th, at 3 o'clock. A'
is requested. ford. L. B. Fort of the company wentto ll (air of elegance.
of the president. FORD CAR Sanford yesterday to transfer themto f ,' .'
AT A SACRIFICE this p hale
city. % We
Canfield' -, secretary. I I Must Be Sold Today I --oW. a complete
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L. Ferguson of Tampa spent COOK AUTO CO. B. Shaw manager of the San stock of these two tJEVELERS -
Juan Garage company at Daytona
in Orlando in the interset 0
musical suplpy house in Tam was in Orlando yesterday taking terns. Y
NOTICE home with him a new car. II
Ferguson owns a very pretty "Carolina"
Lake Conway and yester- I Of Application for Tax> Deed Under Section 8of -- -
Chapter 4888, Laws of Honda
F. S. of has
Mahan Atlanta arrived -
a large Rambler truck &
will be used to haul oranges I of Notice Apopka.is hereby Flapurchaser given that of Abbie tax certificateNo. T. Davis to take charge of the Stude- ; & Oo.*
baker service the San i
to and from his country 284. dated the 6th day of July. A. D. department at ri
I, 1897. and tax certificate No. 336. dated the Juan Garage. lIe is an expert me- i
6th day of November :A. D. 1895 has filed
said certificates in my office and has made chanic. '
!application for tax deed to issue in accordance I' RELIABLE REPAIRING. "EVERYTHING GUARANTEED"
Aid Society of the Bap with law. Said certificates embrace the
following described property situated in Orange The ladies of the St. James church ,
consisting of the three I county, Florida. to-wit: No. 281. lot 29. :
I under Mrs. Limerick :\Irs.i east half block K, Apopka and assessed an will hold a charity benefit from four I|
Unknown. No. 336. lot 29, west half blockE o'clock November ;'
Thursday afternoon -
and Mrs. Topi iff, will serve Apopka and assessed to Wm. Levy.
Unless said certificates shall be redeemed 5th, until ten-thirty that night : '
candy and cake at the i according to law, tax deed will issue thereonon
corner Saturday afternoon the 7th day of December, A. D. 1914. at Mayer Candy company's store 134 :: :; :
Everybody who enjoys "the Witness 5th day my of official November signature, A. D and 1914.seal this South Orange avenue. The proceeds j:I ; : izeft4't4 i
is expected to be on (Seal) B. M. ROBINSON., over and above actual cost of anything i'
Clerk Cricuit Court Orange County Fla. in Mayer Candy company'sstore t:

I will be distributed by them to :j:
NOTICE i the poor and needy. Cake candy '
OSTEOPATHYDR. ice cream cigars etc., will be sold. j: New Grocery Store

Gun Club will give an I Your hearty co-operation invited as I:
this is a good cause. Irene Lancaster :
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shoot at the Country Club J. C .HOWELL : We have finished
afternoon at 2 o'clock. All i Flours, 10-12 3-5 and by appointment and Marie "Wescott in charge. remodeling our store and now have

in shooting are invited to .No extra charge tor house treatment 11-4-2t I'' the Finest Grocery in Orlando and one of the largestand
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Telephone connections most modern in the
state. We will have a BIG
i Wood, $1.50 a strand Hand's :
T. II. EVANS Secretary. Office cor. Orange and Central Aven.JfiV up. ,
Coal Yard phone 566. 9-31-tf ; OPENING on "
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VENEER CORESALL Saturday, Nov. 7th

,LENGTHS AND ANY !I

Special QUANTITY prices for October. ; Everyone is invited. Good music and refreshments.
Stock up before cold weather.
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SrTWWX'gi' OrlandoVood YardB. i i THE SANITARY GROCERY !

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W. Kinpsley Proprietor CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
PINE STREET AND It. R.
Telephone 344 200

9-30 .-I i 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

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I :Most Thrilling_ Detective Drama Ever Staged miles, as good as new, $500.00.


"THE FLOOR ABOVE,"


In four reels, by E. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM. A mystery drama which truly These cars are both excep--
mystifies but never confuses. ASTOUNDING! INTRICATE! FASCINATING -

UNUSUAL! Each of the four reels is a complete surprise. tional values.

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"LITTLE MISCHIEF,"


Thanhouser. Featuring little Helen Badgley, the "Thanhouses Kidlet."


Tomorrow "The Chimes Shubert feature
-- a in 5 acts.


Coupons given with every admission good for the Lucerne Theatre Great

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NOTICEGet LARGE, AIRY ROOMS in new, mod-
PEOPLE'S WANTS ern home net excelled in the city .I.Jull1.ber., Laths and shirngles

your roses now. and have lots for location and surroundings. Kitch-
ef bloom through the winter. Roses enette if desired. 14 E. Amelia, next dst !s
..w ready for shipment.W. MUNNIMAKERS door to the Wyoming. 11-3-tf ewe R'h -
II. BROKAW, Salesman.
11-3-tf Notice of Loot Wanted. For Sale. Fer WANTED permanent home for
Bent, etc.. f.r thl eoln.. 21c. ler ODe **j, an orphan boy 12 years of age.
Uc. for three 47. or $!." for ono week for Inquire 106 Gould street. 11-4-6t
For Sale-Silver Cluster GrapeFruit
25 word or 1_ Money Mil accompany
and Valencia late orange buds. the advertisements for tkU column.inurlion so DO MRS. HORTON'S Chrysanthemumsare "-
Vigorous stock, 50c 1 year; Sac :2 will be made on credit on sale at Estes' Drug Store,
years old.9232m Pierce Electric Co., McElroy's DrugStore ORLANDO
H. C. McDANIEL.MO FOR SALE CHEAP-Old Carey and 710 Kuhl avenue. 4-6t

house, corner East Central and
CLASSES IN DRESSMAKING::
AND
Osceola, to be moved or torn down to
ART filling up rapidly. Come early
make room for new building. Lord &
Bradshaw. 11-1-6t while you can get best attention. Vis-
itors welcome. Studio in Watkins Royal Cement Agatile Plaster and Perfection LimevsITEe
FOR SALE-One horse. 613 Veach block. Miss Echols. ll-l-6t ,
street. 11-4-t:
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a WANTED-Dressmaking of any kind, -
FOR SALE OR nE Attractive all work guaranteed and prices very .OQ..llm..D..le..I..1..a. Q.J'.c..y.
house furnished reasonable. Mrs. J. A. Evans. Phone 111.J.G.I..J..c..I..J. .. . ... .t. .
seven room or unfurnished -
; best residence sectk 220. No. 200 East Robinson avenue.

Also fine building: lots on lake at t. 10-29-2w
great bargain to those who will build
NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
Sentinel,
Address Owner care or I
phone 520. 10-31-1m 10-25-tf to adults only. 409 Delaney street.


FOR SALE-Ten acres; cultivated; WANTED-Salesman and Col-
young grove and some bearing lector, apply to Singer Sewing Machine -
trees; garden crop started; five room Co., Orlando, Fla. 10-14-tf Important friendships result from the right introduction, and t li
house; new barn and farm imple-

.c -.=.. ments; located on Winter Park road FURNISHED ROOMS:: and board, for the most important ones come through the right banking con- \ ;; ;
and Fern Creek avenue. Must be mid six adults. Address Kentucky Home,

> >. >. r == soon.10-30-6t G. A., Box 47, Route 2. 511 Palmer street, Orlando, Lake nections. Association is the keynote of all business succe s. We ;: ;

1:: i:: i:: :. uJ Cherokee. 10-17-lm
&.c.c.CJ CJ t C'u: 0f FOR SALE-We are going to sell :3 -FOR-SALE- -- invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter- ;; ;

2 2 .s2 good young mules worth the money. N crsery stock, one, tw., three sadt.rr
is taken in
7" :, tc E Call at one-half mile east of Conway ymr old butfe; Fester early, est every depositor.ORLANDO .
>. >.c- ..= store, or address Wm., V. Lear, Or- Put.*.f>pl Java, U.m caB2, W...-
.!: ..L' .!: M:I ...mL I ; Fla. 10-30-61 mrtM Narel. Atfd#.M Mr. M. KaU; *,
C C C == rn Tfo "'peph. Fla. Fb m. 2212. 3-U-tf
::I :::3 :::3 "'CI s.. "'CI FOR SALE-Good boat wagon; can BANK & TRUST CO.ltttitttiliitilllllllIIIIIItlllllllllll:111
: uu n 'a be used for hunting; cheap. II. C. FOR SALE BY I[. C. McDANIEL .

McDaniel. 10-23-lro
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C C C t CJ G! LI 7 Room stucco cottage, near Eola;
; c c :: aD. +. r n I! sAL1-Cabbage:: Plar.ts,Charles- located right; built right; will be sold '
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;::: ::: ::: = ;V;: C': ..:: Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. 21 of Orlando's most desirable
I.UU 10-28-tf building lots, near Lake Eola; will be --- -

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500 500 FOR RENT-Five room house, prac- houses in keeping with the location.
00 c
f l; 500 QI, QI, 00 a; tically new. Inquire Hand's Furniture 10 Acres on north side of Lake

;;: I Store Pine street. 10-20-tf Ivanhoe, overlooking Orlando; all <
u Cc3 cleared; suited for a home site; good
I .;:J. 0 = .S FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with land. CLOTHING
'Er garage; elegantly furnished; on 18 1-2 Acres land, about 17 acres in
a ; Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. 5 year old budded grapefruit and oranges -
! 2 1-2 miles from limits
a eer 8-27-tf ; city ;
overlooks 4 lakes; nothing better in
: FOR SALE-Beautiful dwelling, Florida for the price.
thoroughly modern, 7 large rooms, 10.231mDressmaking Our new stock of
bath, screened sleeping porch, 10 foot
r BUILDINGS G LAND CO veranda, near in, Southern exposure, -
lot 71x138, bearing trees, etc.-Apply !

t II North PHONE Orange 608 Avenue 207 11-1-8t Ridgewood Ave. I I Fall and Winter Clothing |


FOR SALE-Fine] cypress fence posts. Mrs. R. S. Cohoon has
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL
, Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas-
tle. 9-18-tf resumed her dressmaking -

t. FRED B. DALE and is now locatedin j
C. H. BRYANT FOR SALE-A good Roll Top Made by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in : =
Desk and Chair. Been used very lit- Room 4, Way building, ,
DAVIS A Counsel.
f GILES.
tle. Call on W. C. Sherman, Rock on Orange avenue, where
F. A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor.
: Building, opposite San Jua Hotel.10-8-tf she cordially invites all and we are anxious for you to see our ; ;; ;


I SAFETY FIRST hammock--FOR- -SALE-Forty-land- -; eight in acres grove of; fine the in ladies the needing wearing anything apparelline New Styles, and high class tailoring. Best | j

present crop of oranges will be from to call and see her.
I' There is much controversy as to 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, I place in the city to buy clothing.
wko originated the "Safety First" ready for sE'tting-l0 acres in lake, II

motto. It is a good thing. Thousandsof one and quarter miles from Apopka.
Price, $3,000. Address W. II., Box
Real Estate
people hearken to its meaning. Boughtand
178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf
Thousands do not. Railroads have

adcpted its meaning and the result is FOR SALE-Or trade for real es- Sold. W. M. SLEIVIONS4iiib6
tate, a five-passenger automobile in
greater safety to the traveling public. nice shape. Address No. 112 West --- I
t In Orlando and Orange county, with Church street, city. 10-4-lm I
pretty streets and roads crossing the City Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash

I' tracks of twisting railroads, it is well FOR SALE OR RENT Beautiful and $1.00 per week buys a Lot .111. ell. II .111110..111111 fill III II D .11 .111.,1 at II II II II II. 11.11..
t to observe this phrase. Safety devices new cottage, Highland avenue and .1111.IIII.I..I..r.C..I..C..1' MMMMMM .MMftil
RENTS
Park lake, in Sunshine Park. II. COLLECTED
should be installed, and every Bruce Perry, at Water Works.
I means taken to protect the travelers. 10-25-lm. .. U III MIMMM*..f Sf'.,... +e s I : U if....U r I a ,1.1 II II It .
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Motorists should exercise extreme N. P. HATCHERORLANDO
FOR RENT A Modern
seven-room
t care in crossing railroad tracks, ink
house, furnished, all conveniences.Lake .
the city streets and the public high- Cherokee. P. O. Box 215. ,FLORIDA lne trJ
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way. Recklessness leads to oblivion. 11-4-6t Office at Pinehurst ParkP. I 1f'7ur I

FOR RENT-Housekeeping rooms
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WATCH FOR THE LITTLE O. Box 281
also 6-room furnished flat. Call
r[ STORES' AD 301 Church street. ll-4-6t* 10-8-1m
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I Eggs fresh from the country, guar-
FOR RENT Light housekeepingrooms.
'. Axminster
anteed, 35 cents per doz. 506 DeLaney St.lrs.. Jno.F. Rugs
f The per Best peck.Baldwin Apples, 38 cents Empie. ll-3-6t Wood Wood/ Wood

t Wine Saps, 35 cents per peck.
FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con-
Imported Bananas, 20 cents per doz. veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A. Excellent Core Pine
Wood
Supplied former $25
Florida Bananas price
10 cents per doz. Knox. 11-3-tf 9x12 high grade Rugs ,
; Chestnuts from the hills, 15 cents in ,
any quantity
r per pound. FOR RENT Seven- house
room ; wa-
Tomatoes, 8 cents per pound.Don't ter, gas, electric lights, bath, etc.; sale price $18.75.Remember .
complain of hard times and barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by
: the high cost of living, come over to 200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE *v

'- the:your little pocket.store where Quality the guaranteed.prices suit avenue. 10-31-tf STRANDS OR MORE all of our goods are fresh from the |


;r TilE Rates ORLANDO given with all SPECIALTY cash purchases.CO. FOR housekeeping RENT-,Furnished suite of large for, pleas-light factories. We do not buy old furniture stores out j*

109 West Church Street ant rooms; all modern conveniences; ELDREDG BARLOW
H-7-tf also two nice sleeping rooms; private and ship th.e goods here and try to palm the goods j
family; close in. 312 North :Main: St.

The Orlando Sentinel calls attention 10-28-6t Telephone 375 off for new and fresh stock. |

1 to the fact that the division of FOR RENT-Suite of two rooms,fur- South Street, near A. C. L. I

the state of Florida is a live issue, nished for light housekeeping, in private Tracks
with all cash sales.
and suggests that Orlando would be family; adults only. 512 South I We give coupons ;
Lake street. Phone 562. 11-1-6t 91.1mImportant
an ideal place for the state capital.

This is the sentiment that usually FOR RENT-Large, pleasant fur- _. _u ._ 1
prompts the division of the state, as nished rooms; close in, with private
well as the division of any county. family. S02 North Orange avenue. to Prop-i
ll-l-6t *
Under normal conditions this sea- I I

son of the year finds most men, will- TO RENT-Suite of two rooms, fur- erty Owners I! Kincaid Snowden

ing to work, with regular employ- nished for light housekeeping; private -
ment. Now family; to adults only. Apply
scores are without a job. I I
512 South Lake.street. Phone 562. ;
What is that we've so often heard
about* laying up something for a rainy 11-1-6t We sold the property adver- | Low Priced Furniture House. E

day. MISCELLANEOUS tised in this space last week at J

.. $4000. The owner listed the | Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida I
It is
a mighty sight easier to quote
LOST-Gentleman's
gold seal ring; property with us exclusively ;
Lincoln than to act like him. :. Old English "H," date 1913, on in- . . . . . . . .iff MOMM..MMt > i
side. Reward if returned to this of- ten days previous to sale. We itrIfl.......' ... . .I..I..I.I..Id ...... . . . . ,...

fice. 11-4-tf received inquiries to the advertisements -i
What the world needs, instead of |
"entente cordiales" and triple alli- TWO GENTLEMEN roomers wanted. I from six different )jI GORDON'S' CARRIAGE A. B. MOOREPlain

ances for war purposes, is more peace 313 West Central avenue. I I states. We have the buyers )

treaties faithfully kept. 10312wMR. that have the cash. If you have j and Decorative Painting
,
-ANDBAGGAGE -
But "Eat an onion" day comes 365 :: HOME SEEKER-The Rose to the property and want to sell Paperhanging and Kalsominin
I see for Real estate of Quality, and should list it
with
the I
times a year. special bargains in all lines, is Clarence you TRANSFERL. DR. L H. RAMSDEU j First-class work, good material .nd
I W. Rose, 308 North Main street. agents who get the results. OPTOMETRIST I reasonable prices. .No j b too large

Who is your palmer and decorator? : 10-27-10t i (Successor to Dr. O. P. Liking) or too small. Drop me a postal, and
If you are satisfied keep the one you i T. HARRELL, Prop. 1! we will talk it over.
have; if not, phone W. T. Ertrican.I TWO FURNISHED ROOMS at 221 Cooper Atha ORLANDO. FLORIDAWE I
No. 636. 1-20-tf I Robinson avenue, on Lake Eola. !
and Furniture
10-31-3w Piano FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES A. B. MOORE ;

T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.I FURNISHED or unfurnished rooms 114 South Orange Ave.. Ground Floor Moving a Specialty AND DO ALL KINDS OF '
;
Conscientious work P. O. Box ;S 24, Orlando
at fairprices. rlos in. Apply to F. L. Anderson.!I Phone No. 311
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf 112 West Church St. ll-l-6t'I 8 E. Church St. PHONE 487 OPTICAL REPAIRING j i 10-9-lm !
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APOPKA NEWS NOTES -


Apopka, Fla., Nov. 3.Mr. I.M.:
Jackson, formerly a winter residentof THE OLD RELIABLE f

Apopka, but now living in Daytona f -JL

was a visitor in town looking DANN'S TRANSFERDr. -
after his interests here Wednesday.Mrs. .

Stella M. lIaley, of Massachusetts -
B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
a regular winter visitor, has
returned for the season and is stop-

ping with the Wilsons at the Oaks. and I
I Livery Draying HaulingWE
The white primary election called' I

for Saturday of this .week promisesto

be the largest election Apopka has I ti
ever had. For the office of mayor GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE I
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there will be three candidates; for
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councilmen, to fill three vacancies, I
there will be six running for this I
AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
place; for clerk, there will be four

candidates; for marshal, two. This i I

virtually decides the final election and : Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited

politics are warming up considerably. :

T. B. Tower, of the Tower Hardware ; HORSES FOR SALE I 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON

and Supply company, has commenced I
work on the new block to be I
'Phone 257. Orlando
erected by this concern. : Florida !; ; 11 H )rsep:>wer GUARANTEED 3'Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic '

Mr. and Mrs. William G. Talton I I' Mechanical{ Oil Pump, Step-Starter and 66 Refinements} '.
motored over to DeLand Saturdayand I i

spent the day with Mr. Talton's j i S275.OO
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brother, returning Sunday afternoon. "j. !
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Mr. and Mrs. Reeves, of Tennessee, 129
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uncle and aunt of the Rev. Mrs. E. I *... .. i Wright & Hip -A. Orange Ave.,

Lee Smith, are in Apopka prospecting !!: I M Orlando, Fla.
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for a winter home. i J
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visit.Allison Witherington is home on a '* Tile EoIa i Packiug GoffihiallY 444 till i ell.t III U H H II U CHile go. ; Ie U'" ; II U II II C 11111111.1 I 11111 II 0

[ < .tllll"I.t fr I'tfr' **'lllt&*'** *" TMir-ftfttf l-f-T-Pt tMHftftfff-TMfiril (ltBt"i4ij.
One of the most enthusiastic board j j, l.fGII'CCI< '<. 'llleICtatl'Je c OIIIIII1"OI CIII'II'f.oe.e *- SCII'IIIII" yy'.
of trade meetings that has been held j|J I '

in Apopka was that of Monday night. 1
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Several new members were added to '

the list and much important business .' IN OFFICE OR '
Packers and of Citrus
I Shippers ;I
came up and acted on. The new pres- '
ident, General George W. Tibbetts, ? s DWELLINGQUICK -
proves an excellent presider. I j Fruits and Vegetables. 4

Ciyt council met Monday afternoon i I f RELIABLE
and closed the contract for electric | I will operate alone under above name and shall appreciate 6 i
WARMTH
lights and a waterworks plant to be the business of all who have and any who have AND '

in operation on or before the first of I i not patronized me in the last three years. For informa- !I 1 COMFORT ARE ..

January, 1915. tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossingof
Work is progressing nicely on the :
I Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure .
hall and when
city completed Apopka
can boast of one of the nicest of its i j* building, which I am equipping with Mauld's latest ma- h SUffLmD-1

kind in the state. chinery and can consequently give you same service

:Many: tourists and home prospectors which has always spoken for itself. .
have been the streets this
seen on My efforts will be to sell all,Dossible before resorting
past week and this is only a fore-
runner to a big season. f to distribution. Jt;i';

Mr. A. C. Starbird is able to be out

and at work again, to the pleasure pf I W. A. DADE, Gen. Manager. GAS HEATERS

his many friends.D. .
THE ORIGINAL COPPER REFLECTOR
W. Clark has his new residence miiMtlMOIMttOMilllMlillMICIHIIIIIIIUMIIMIil GAS HEATERS

completed and is moving into same.
These
marvelous beaten
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RECORD OF A FAKER
they do not vitiate or
dry op the air. +
The Sun has some inside informa- .
tion of a certain advertising faker The,EEZHQ9 is the Original A
which comes from very reliable authority THE CHASE & CO Copper Reflector Gas Heater. 1 '-;' '
It heats by nature's own } '
which proves him a deadbeatof '
the rankest order. The Sun has PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs method-that of reflected heat. .j
From its
shining
copper plate ,
been whacking this fellow over the
head on general principles, but it will modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- it casts a cheerful glow upon
date and the floor and furniture,quickly
soon be in possession of court records machinery, gives the citrus grower the.
bringing the entire room to an
which will show what 'fools we mor- PROPER P..tiCKINGFIRS'.r even,healthy temperature.WE k i'
, tals be" to dive down into our pockets I
AID TO
and hand him $10,000 of good coin to WILL BE CLAD TO SHOW YOU THE VARIOUS STYLES
exploit the state. HIGHEST PRICESwhich

The story comes from Dade City however, would not accomplish the end desiredby :

where he was arrested as a common the grower, if he did not also have available the services -
deadbeat, and his clothes and his

wife's clothes taken as part paymentof

one of the many debts he owed in ofTHE CHASE & CO ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
that place, and his partner, on the I -1

witness stand, said that he dead-
beated all over the state while ped- SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM I GAS DEPARTMENT

dling vanilla extract which he made which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, expe- I
out of rain water and rank chemicals. rienced, competent and reliable. '
And this is the . . .. . . . .. . II'I'IIII..II. j
man to whom big I
GIVES THE GROWER MHIMMIIilMMIMIIiMMMillllM IIIIMMIMMMIIHMtet Mt' LUST
citizens of Florida are lending their
name and influence to exploit Florida! HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS i
YOUR PROPERTYwith LAUNDRY I BUYERS AND
Ye gods, and fat mullet!-: Clearwater -I' SELLERS !
Sun. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED me now, while I have the timeto Your general laundry work, French I I buy, sell, rent, and exchange real I
GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTSMain look it over and familiarize myself dry cleaning, and pressing will be ap- estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla. !
Eat all with the talking points. I made the preciated. Satisfaction and service i over 30 years. Have handled over '
you want. largest number of sales last winter guaranteed. Open September 28th. I $20,000,000. Call and see me.
Take Eat what you want. Om ..SDE} & CO. and expect to do even better this win- Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry, 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
a postscript and forget it. ter. to for whites only. 9-25-tf I \
My prospects are beginnig ar- I
For sale by all druggists.
Office, Jacksonville, FloridaA. rive, and it might cause you to losea I If have subscribed for the
l-7-d&w-lyr I you Sen- :i
sale it off. Call date I
by putting todayat Up to painting, papering, etc.,
R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. my new offices in the Watkins is the kind you want. Where to get tinel and, are not receiving yoqr pa- !i
T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed ;
Plumber. 9-30-d&w and list
building
Conscientious work at fair onces. your property. it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. I per, you will do a favor by notifyingus I
WALTER W. ROSE
Phone 629. 106 Court St. I ..III.I..I : elll.II..IIII.
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_ 8-23-tf I.IIIIII.lllllllllllltf Real Estate. Phone 555. I Entrican. f-20-tf at once.ff'



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From various sections of Florida
reports have come in to the effect that
{ II I II ''I III {I :game will be abundant this season.
fl I III III I+ 'The open season for hunting quail
!begins November 20,and by that time
i ale
the woods should be full of birds. -
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Game wardens are busy checking up
the enthusiastic sportsmen who may
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be trying to get ahead of the season, :' '- ,
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'and some of the latter are finding it
rather expensive amusement. "Quail
''' are plentiful and other game birds !
are in abundance," says; the St. Pe- : THU i
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For To-day--- I tersburg Times, "and as a result of R1111i
the work of the game wardens last
year and this season, hunters will I
and other finda
Tomorrow every day, yoa'll
have all' the sport they want." Hunters -
check account with the State Bank mighty are, however, warned not to start U I DO YOU UNDERSTAND
handy in keeping an accurate record of your too soon or to begin a tramp throughthe :
woods after a dog unless they
money affairs. also have the required licenses. How you can personally be DeI1ali- ;
: i
Take note-how many business men ; f
ted by the advantages accruing to ;
"CEREUS SENILIS" IS NAME I
pay you in cash? Very tew-for businessmen the
cornmmunity by
cannot take chances by carrying m mey Prof. Henry Nehrling, of Gotha, i!I
about. The safe way is the business- has given the botanical name of the
Ii 1 i The Federal Reserve Act I
: way-our bank checks. queer looking cactus on exhibition at ? .
Caruthers & Gore's grocery. It is
'; Try paying with checks. known as"Cereus Senilis," and is also I I
Call, telephone or write and we will
called tke "old man cactus. .
i The State Bank of Orlando ::U: t II FE mail our booklet---just out---which I

Atlantic Coast Line t:t1 II II j: i explains this act fully and clearly. ::- I

I I 5-TOURIST from TRAINS '::. : II I
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fJ 6, "Dixie Fljer""Dixie I
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"Seminole Limited" :: ::
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SHOWING RIGHT SPIRIT strongly in favor of the fair and are Pullman cars from Chicago, St. Louis, <
; I Il I boosting the enterprise. To show that Indianapolis intermediate, Cincinnati points,to Louisvilleand Jacksonville ,. .. .. .

l Messrs. W. R. O'Neal, Seth Woods there is no doubt of this spirit $500 Fla. Cars :. .,. .
has been subscribed by each Dining .
s r.f and II. H. Dickson have returned county. via b\
The fair directors will present the ATLANTIC COAST LINE 'D )
Sanford and DeLand .. jXOO') Ii
from a trip to : D-
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. ,, ::. ]
matter to Osceola next :Mon- :
county
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P; m the interests of the Mid-Winter G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A. : : <
day night.T. Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla. .-
which is to ,
( Subtropical Exposition A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., ''-
r b. held in this city in February. t* eoa bic4 .f tie procluciaJ 38 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. ':" :.:: =.:.,._ y".t. '. ","'-' .-' : .... '- : .
9 minole and Volusia counties are p.w.e of Saetn wut ar.-try OM. Get the news in the Sentinel first. ... '

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OSCAR H.A.ND-& SON GREAT CLE.A.-RANCE- SALE NOW ONYou


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


Discount of 25 per et.; some 20 per et., 15 per et. and 1 0 per et


.ff usual Low Prices. Come in now while the stock is unbroken, 'twill pay you.


CA1k1 T WEST PINE
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i -I for the clothes from the House of Kuppenheimer. Clothes for young I'/1/ ,' ',

i / men and men that stay young. All the newest patterns and styles. S ''

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''i 1'' just received a full line of Fall and Winter styles in:all the 1/i/ ; ,t

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