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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
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Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: November 7, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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4jOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATUR DAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1911. NUMBER 231.

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220 MILLION MOHAMMEDANS MAY FIGHT






FOR SHEIK AGAINST TURKEY'S FOES



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GERMAN REPORT STATES THAT SHEIK UL ISLAM, HEAD BOARD OF TRADE GETS'REST ''AEROPLANES ARE MENACE VILLA TO RESIGN TO FIX U. S. TROOPS RUSHED

HOLY WAR
OF MOHAMMEDANS, HAS PROCLAIMED

AGAINST ALL OF TURKEY'S ENEMIES-MUST ROOM TO ENGLAND CARRANZA !! TO ARKANSAS

EITHER FIGHT TURKEY'S ENEMIES OR '

BE DISLOYAL TO HEAD OF FAITH SPECIAL COMMITTEE YESTERDAY I I DISPATCH SAYS TWO AVIATORS WILL RETIRE TO PRIVATE 11'I EXPECTED TO QUELL DISTURBANCE

ACCEPTED DROPPED BOMBS LIFE IF IT WILL ELIMINATE IN HARASSED

Great Britain is Uneasy Over Turn of GOODRICH OFFER NEAR DOVER HATED RIVAL I I MINING-DISTRICT


Affairs Realizing Gravity of SituationFight Room in Hudson Building Will Dinner Held to Celebrate Dar- Carranza Has Insisted That I II[ Two Stores Reported to HaveI

Be Used for Next Six ing Attempt to Reach Both Villa and Zapata Shall I Been Burned at Hartford

Months as RestRoom London and Hurl Resign Their Commandsin I -Grand Jury to Inves-
of Chile Is Disastrous to
Off Coast
With German Squadron
Bombs the Army t tigate Situation

British-Allies Continuing Advance While Germans

Still Face Belgium-Flooded Districts The special rest room committee of Berlin, via The Hague and London, Washington, Nov. 6.-General Villa Fort Smith, Ark., Nov. 6.TroopsA
the Board of Trade met yesterday has formally notified the national con- and B, fifth cavalry, United States
Nov. 6.-A of Ansbach,
Defended by BelgiansBy afternoon in the office of Col. Brad- newspaper vention at Aguas Calientes of his army, in command of Capt. W. B.

shaw and decided definitely to accept Bavaria, prints a letter written froma willingness to resign command of his Scales, arrived at Fort Smith today

International New Service to The Sentinel the Goodrich room in the Hudson post in the field dated October 28th troops and retire to private life if : and proceeded to the Prairie Creek

LONDON, NOV. 6.-ADVICES FROM GERMAN SOURCES BY WIRE- building for a rest room. This room in which the writer mentions attending that is necessary to bring about the I neighborhood.

LESS SAY THAT SHEIK UL ISLAM, THE ECCLESIASTICAL HEAD OF will be leased from November 16th dinner the previous eveningto elimination of General Carranza. Reports were received here today
I a on
:220,000,000 MOHAMMEDANS IN THE WORLD, HAS PROCLAIMED A I for a period of six months. Mr. C. W. The convention, according to to- I that two stores were burned early
celebrate the return of two avia- :
HOLY WAR OF ISLAM AGAINST ALL THE ENEMIES OF TURKEY. : Goodrich was present at the meetingand day's official reports, received Villa's today at Hartford, about three miles

THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THIS ACTION BECOMES EVIDENT WHEN IT submitted his proposition to the tors from the vicinity of London who communication with applause. No ,I south of the Prairie Creek mining

IS RECALLED THAT NEARLY ONE-HALF OF THE TOTAL NUMBEROF committee. The proposition includessome had dropped bombs near Dover. action was taken on it, pending the 'I district. The origin of the blaze was

MOHAMMEDANS IN THE WORLD ARE UNDER ENGLISH RULE. furniture which will be used in report of a commimsison which went unknown, it was stated.In .

THESE MEN, ACCORDING TO THE PROCLAMATION SAID TO fitting up the new quarters. MR. :MORGAN: EXONERATEDAn to Puebla to notify Carranza of the I charging the special grand jury

HAVE BEEN ISSUED BY SHEIK UL ISLAM, MUST EITHER FIGHT Those at the meeting were Col. selection of General Gutierrez as pro- called to investigate the recent acts

THE ENEMIES OF TURKEY OR BE DISLOYAL TO THE HEAD OF Bradshaw, chairman of the committee item appearing in the Thursday visional president. 'I of violence in the Hartford valley

THEIR FAITH. THE EFFECT OF THIS PROCLAMATION HAS AL- and W. S. Branch, W. R. O'Neal, Sentinel relative to R.1.. Morganwas Villa's statement is in answer to I voal mining region, Federal Judge

READY BEEN ANTICIPATED IN EGYPT AND :MARTIAL LAW HAS C. E. Howard and E. F. Sperry. The erroneous in that the difficulty the stipulations of General Carranza I Frank Youmans pointed out that the

BEEN DECLARED.NO matter is now settled and an ade- occurred over an expense draft drawn I that Villa and Zapata should be elim- federal authorities' action in connec- ..

SERIOUS DEMONSTRATION BY TIlE MOHAMMEDAN POP quate rest room to meet the needs of by Mr. Morgan which has been satis- inated from military authority. tion with events in the mining dis-

ULATION IS FEARED IN INDIA. THE GREAT MAJORITY\ OF THE the tourists and visitors to Orlandois factorily explained to the authoritiesand Carranza Depends on Gonzales tricts does not prevent the state
FOLLOWERS OF ISLAM THERE ARE LOYAL TO GREAT BRITAIN. Mr. Morgan: exonerated. from
now assured. According to reports from American courts taking cognizance of
THE IMPORTANCE WHICII THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT ATTACHES I Consul Silliman, resistance by these events and alleged violation of

TO THE MATTER IS SHOWN BY THE FACT THAT THE OFFICIAL Carranza of the convention's order law.

PRESS BUREAU PUBLISHES NIZAM'S PROCLAMATION IN FULL. TURK SHELLS FINDS MARK BIG GOLF TOURNAMENTTo (!will depend on the attitude of Gen.
THAT MUCH\ UNEAS-
BE DENIED
NEVERTHELESS IT CAN NOT t Pablo Gonzales, commander of the BOER GENERAL JOINS GERMAN
INESS IS FELT IN MANY QUARTERS OVER THE POSSIBILITIES OF .
I division of the east. lIe is at Quare- ARMY
THE SITUATION. THERE CAN BE NO DOUBT OF THE FACT THAT British Warship Struck by Shell)) Be Staged Here November taro with several thousand troops and

GERMANY IS RESORTING TO EVERY ARTIFICE TO STIR UP SEDI- and British Steamer Was I 18th-Tampa and Orlando indications are that he will remain London, Nov. Telegraphing from

TION IN THE BRITISH COLONES. ALREADY THERE ARE REPORTS Sunk, Says Constanti- Teams to Competefor loyal to Carranza. Carranza's visitto Amsterdam the correspondent of Reu-

THAT THE MOHAMMEDANS OF AFGHANISTON ARE MARCHING\ nople Dispatch HonorsThe Obregon, commander of the divis- ter's Telegram company says that

UPON THE INDIAN FRONTIER. ion of the west, it is believed by offi- Gen. Jooste, formerly a commanderin

Constantinople, via, Sofia and London formal winter opening of the cials here, may have an important the Boer army, has entered the

THE GOOD HOPE 'OUXDEHED-WAS NOT SUNK BY GERMANS Nov. 6.-According to a Turkish Orlando Country Club will be held I'bearing on the situation as Obregonhad German army as a volunteer.The .

By International New Sertire to The Sentinel official announcement one of the November 18th. The feature of the declared his loyalty to the convention American counsel at Liepzig,
Nov. 6.-The that in the fight with the
London, admiralty announces British warships bombarding the Dar- opening will be a golf tournament and will endeavor to persuade according to the correspondent, has

German squadron off the coast of Chile the Good Hope, Admiral Craddock's dandles was struck by a shot from staged by teams representing the Or- I Carranza not to plunge Mexico into urgently recommended that all Brit-

flagship, foundered.The one of the forts and an explosion on lando club and the Tampa club. A another civil war.Carranza ish women and children leave Ger-
fate of the Monmouth is not known, but the foregoing settles all I _
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board resulted.A
letter was received yesterday from many.
doubts as to the fate of the Good Hope, which remained in he minds of the Goes to Soledad
British steamer, it is also stated, Charles E. Ball of Tampa, captain of ,i
Germans after the battle. Yesterdaj's dispatches from Valparaiso also By International New Service to The Sentin..1Mexico
has been sunk of Aivali, Asia Minor\ the team of that city, in which he
stated that the Good Hope withdrew from the battle after an explosion onboard City, Nov. 6.-Carranza left
after the crew and cargo had been put stated that tweny-six members andfive HUNDREDS OF TEUTONS
The German cruiser Numbers searched all night but was unable to today from Puebla, the temporary
ashore. ladies would be for the
present capital, for Soledad, State of Vera
find her and concluded she had gone down.
Amsterrad, via London, Nov. 6.- affair.
Cruz, to look over the situation in the PERISH
The Vossiche Zeitung has publisheda As the time is drawing short the
ALLIES CONTINUING ADVANCE UPON THE GERMANSBy neighborhood of the American forces.At .
dispatch from Sofia, Bulgaria, say- entertainment committee and various
Soledad which is for
headquarters
International Newt Service to The Sentinel
ing that Turkish cruisers have suc- other committees will
begin to com-
Paris, Nov. .-Tonight's intelligence from the east and south of Ypresis 5,000 constitutionalists under Aguilar, GERMANS IN WEST FLANDERS -
bombarded the Russian for-
cessfully plete all arrangements. The house
that the allies are continuing to advance their offensive, while the German it was announced that Carranza'svisit DEAD, DYING OR
tified seaport of Batum on the east committee is composed of Mrs. W. R.
aimy which still confronts the Belgians along the Yser is apparently too was merely for the purpose of WOUNDED IS REPORT
shore of the Black sea. O'Neal, Mrs. II. L. Beeman, Mrs.
worn out to do more than hold their position, making no particular effort to j giving instruction to Aguilar as to
Edna Fuller Mrs.\ James
force hostilities at point. The detachment that swung away from the LaughlinIII. i the manner in which the latter is to
any Rome via London Nov. 6. The Dispatch Says German Soldiers
., and Messrs. LeRoy Giles and
coast and headed for Calais and Dunkirk, through Ypres, Lille and Arras, I occupy Vera Cruz when General Fun-
Tribuna publishes a Petrograd dispatch William Beardall. Through Iron Clad Army
finds the opposition as disheartening there as it was earlier through the I ston should evacuate the port.
regarding the operations of the I Discipline Go to Death
flooded districts defended by remnants of the Belgian army with their rein- Carranza prepared a reply to the
Russians in Armenia. It also sa'sthe TOKIO SAYS TSIXGTAU: HAS o
forcements from the ranks of the allies. I commission which was sent by the -Cruel War
Russian newspapers refer to Con- SURRENDERED
Aguas Calientes convention to an- -

By International New Sm>e to The Sentinel stantinople by its old Slavonic name nonceu the election of Guiterrez as London, Nov. 6.-What has now be-
of The follows International New Service The
Tzargrad. dispatch : By to Sentinel
RUSSIANS RECAPTURE JARASLOW AND MANY PRISONERS TAKEN The
provisional president. natureof come a second concerted attempt of
"The Russians in Armenia are operating London, Nov. 6.-A dispatch from
Nov. 6. tells"of the the fierce the reply is not known, but it is intimated -
Petrograd, -Today's news recapture by along a front of 160 miles. Tokio pays it has been officially an- the German army in west Flanders to
Russians of the Galician town of Jaraslow, together with 5,000 Austrian that Carranza made several
They entered Turkey by two routes, nounced that the German fortress at blast its way through to the sea was
prisoners. It is taken here to forecast the immediate, successful march on demands which must be complied with
one column towards Erzerum and the Tsingtau has surrendered. The sur- I flaming and roaring from Nieuport to
Cracow and the successful invasion further north of the German province of before he will recognize the
other striking southward. The Arme- render occurred last midnight. conven-I
I I tion's provisional president the French frontier today without
Silesia.All nians everywhere welcomed the Rus-
along their 300 miles of battle front, the Russians scored repeated, ; in his favor.Guiterrez I definite result so far on either side.
sians, regarding the war as one of
consecutive successes last week, the fall of Jaraslow being the one event I B. Y. P. U. HAVE MEETING The arena near the coast formerlyheld
liberation. Several entire Turkish Takes Oath as President
needed to make the triumph complete all the way from the east Prussian
regiments have bene taken prisoners. I By International :New Service to The Sentinel by the extreme German right
border south through Poland and into Galicia. I '
"The name of Constantinople has Aguas Calientes, Nov. Guiterrez and from which the invaders were
Nothing can now oppose the Russians' advance Cracow except the I Enjoyable Program Rendered ,
upon been replaced in the Russian press by took oath of office as provisional pres- forced by the allies after many daysof
German and Austrian troops which already have been beaten and driven
the old Slavonic name of Tzargrad. I I Last Night-Refreshments ident at noon today and will assume hard fighting, is held only by dead,
l-ack. The Germans are known to be preparing for a most important battleof
"Emperor William's cousin, Countvon I Were ServedLadies'Aid the duties of provisional presidentnext dying and wounded, the inundation
the eastern campaign, which is to be fought between the Warthe river
Schwerin died at Lodz from to Serve Tuesday at noon, to which time having made the vicinity uninhabitable -
where it runs north and south and thence to the Silesian border.
wounds received in an action near Carranza has been given to indicate for the living and having prevented -

Skierniewica." The Baptist Young People's Union I j his unqualified withdrawal from office any advance of the British, French

I.STRUCK BY ORLANDO CAR BASKET BALL IS NEXT held a very interesting business meet ''I as first chief and recognition of the I and Belgian allies.

Berlin, via Rome, Nov. 6.-Few authentic 'ing last night. Reports were read sovereignty of the convention. i Hundreds of Germans left behindin

details of the sinking of the the retreat doubtless will perish,

Daytona Hotel Proprietor Was Cathedral School to Stage Game German cruiser Yorck are available from all departments of the work TOMORROW as many were marooned. Thousands ;

Bruised here. The admiralty has received which showed very encouraging re- CHIMES RING more on both sides are yet to perishin
Badly by DashingCar Next Friday-Will Play
from Wilhelmshafen little beyond the sults. the struggle now progressing, the
Said to He From 1 Palatka Team in Two !
announcement of the time and placeof After this the following program outcome of which should decide
OrlandoJ. Beautiful Chimes Added to the
I WeeksThe the accident and the number of : was rendered: whether the Germans are going to

I, men saved.A i Piano solo, by Miss Corinne Parker. Methodist Church Pipe Organto reach the French coast this winter. ;

H. Merritt, proprietor of the Cathedral school basket ball fuller report it is expected will Recitation, Miss Martha Stephens. Be Heard for the An official dispatch from the British ,

Merritt house on Magnolia avenue, I team will make its first public appearance probably be available soon. It is defi- I Vocal solo, Mr. Henry Symonds. First Time army headquarters at the front today :

was struck by an automobile while of the season next Friday nitely announced, however, that the Reading, Mr. Frank Regero. pays a tribute to the way the invaders j

riding his bicycle at the intersectionof night. The squad has been divided sinking was due to a German mine, i Vocal solo, Miss Martha Weeks. The chime of bells which has recently are meeting with death, and spec- i

Beach street and Magnolia avenueat into two teams-the Won't Lose and and not to hostile attack. I Following this delightful refreshments been added to the magnificent ulates, as heretofore, whether this is J

about noon Saturday. The bicyclewas the Will Win. The Won't Losers have The conduct of the crew, in the mo- I I were served, during which time !I pipe organ at the Methodist church due to patriotism or to ironclad dis )

badly wrecked and Mr. Merrittwas declared that they Will Win and the ment of disaster, is described as exemplary -I; all present had a pleasant informal I may be heard for the first time tomorrow cipline. Whatever the explanation

somewhat bruised and shakenup Will Winners have said that they and there is much regret i I hour together, discussing B. Y. P. U. I l morning at the preaching Col. E. D. Swinton, of the British f

but not seriously hurt, althoughhe Won't Lose, so a hot battle is ex- over the destruction of the cruiser- ';, methods and planning for the future. i services. These chimes are declared army intelligence department who 1

had a narrow escape. The car was pected. There will be no admission the heaviest individual loss as yet sustained -! Ladies' Aid to Serve Dinner I to be the finest of their kind in the writes these eye-witness accounts, i I

from Orlando and it is said was run- charge. The following Friday the by the German navy. I The Central avenue division of the J country and undoubtedly will attract says: I jt}

ning at a moderate speed at the time, team will go to Palatka for a game- The loss of the Yorck is counterbalanced Baptist Ladies' Aid Society, whose j I a large music and religious loving "The German troops have won our i!

but vehicles there happened at that to be a congestionof with the teem from that city. in the German opinion by i leader is Mrs.\ J. A. Dunaway, will j congregation. The services are at 11 respect for the way in which they 1!i

point for the moment -I the news of the daring raid of a Ger- serve an oyster dinner in the Arcade (o'clock in the morning and 7:30 in have advanced." : !
says the Daytona Gazette- ,
News. THE WEATHER man squadron into British home building on Pine street, on Saturday ;the evening. Prof. Wade, the gifted !

j Florida: Fair Saturday. and Sunday waters to indulge in what is described evening, November 21st. Oysterswill I organist, will sound the chimes for I Bring your subscriptions and renewals ;

l: except rain Saturday on south here as a "bit of rat hunting on its be well prepared and served at the first time, playing many sacred for magazines or daily n"neito

Get the news in the Sentinel first. 1 coast. own account." popular prices. .selections. j I Curtis & O'Neal. No extra cost.:

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InterestTo NotesApopka !}T. F. HOURIHAN. Licensed Plumber. Eat all you want.
Of TRUECHEAPWITH
ApopkaNews f;; \ I j Conscientious work at fair prices. !f Eat what you want.
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf Take a postscript and forget it.
WomenPerhaps Fla. Nov. 5.-Mrs. E. Lee I I I For sale by ail druggists.
Smith entertained Thursday eveningin 'S/I/ PAINT MEANS Subscribe for The Daily SentineL l-7-d&w-lyr

the reason your coat collar honor of her uncle, Col. Reem, and -

does not shrink correctly is that you wife, of Tennessee.Mrs. The paint which covers the largest
have not shrunk the canvas before : F. S. Witherby left Tuesday
putting it in or may have forgottento morning for Cincinnati to''visit her surface-Gives the longest service "

stitch it at the part next the neck, sister. Are You About Victrola'
-Lasts and looks well.THAT'S Thinking a
which is known as the "stand" of the Work on the city hal is getting I .

collar, writes Jane Barton in the Ta- along nicely. It will be a handsome For Christmas?
coma Tribune. Canvas is cut three- brick structure. L
eights of an inch smaller at all edges Rev. E. Lee Smith went to Umatilla .
There are certain types of Victrolas that it is of-
than the pattern. It is attached to Saturday to fill his regular appoint- ffi 11 Harrisons'"Town
ten impossible to buy even in New York, Philadelphiaor
the cloth in the turnover part of hte ment. The Umatrila Baptist church,
Chicago during the month of December. To save
;, collar with padding stitches about a of which Rev. Smith is pastor, is Un-
& Country"The order The biggest dealerin
place
now.
annoyance your
half inch long on the canvas side and dergoing repairs.Mr. .
a barely caught through on the right and Mrs. I. M. Jackson, of Day- the world cannot sell you. a machine any cheaper thanwe

side. The collar is joined to a coat tona, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. result cf over a Hundred can. You can get right at us if the instrument is

with the canvas side up and the fac- A. C. Starbird last week. Years Experience. not absolutely perfect and satisfactory in every way. It
: ing which covers it is really the right The Apopka W. C. T. U. appointedtheir U
is not as easy to do this if the dealer is in Baltimore or
side of the collar as it is worn. president, Mrs. E. Lee Smith, "
-- as a delegate to the state convention, A Get our free book "Cause & Effect. A New York. Some have found this out by: dear experi-

Promenade cases which are one of which convenes in the First Baptist ( It tells you many things you ought to know. fJ ence. Come in and talk it over.
.
the features of the season's styles church in Jacksonville the 9th, 10th
and are popular particularly with and 11th. She will leave Monday via SOLD BY \Y. S. BRANCH,

young girls, are shown in a varietyof Orlando.

shapes and styles. A case seven Mrs. F. E. Zepp has returned froma Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. ThegArcade Book and Music Store
inches long and four inches wide is pleasant trip with relatives in ,

large enough to have stowed away in Washington, D. C. For the last Twenty-five Years.
it a large variety of articles whichare A handsome building is being erect-

useful when shopping, at a partyor ed here. n __.u ___ __
in a variety of ways. Quite a number of tourists have . .1..1111..11.1111.1111.1.1111111111111111111.
These cases are made of leather, been in the city recently, and all are ,
and one style which is both conven- well pleased with the healthy IocaI I CONWAY NURSERIESGROWERS
ient and pleasing to look at is lined tion. With waterworks and electric' '

with white moire and the inside of lights our city will grow rapidly. AND DEALERS IN
the cover is fitted with an oval mir-

ror. An adjustable section the same NOTICE-ROSES I All Leading Varieties of! Citrus Trees \ \ l. ;
size as the box is attached to the inside -
Owing to the cool weather, our I
of it by moire straps. Both sides roses are now ready for transplanting. R. T. PEEL, Proprietor.Local .
of this section have silk pockets in All orders booked for first ship-
which are carried the various fittings. ment should be here by the 10th of Salesman BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS

These consist of a comb, nail file, November.W.. Glen St. Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATE LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
II. BROKAW, Salesman.
buttonhook, memorandum pad and I 11-3-tf |; Box 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida.
Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
pencil, hair pin case, vinagrette and a 924tfWHERE reduction II
f lli)15) and guaranteed against any
change A handkerchief, veilor Read the Sentinel want ads.
purse. I
II 111111111111111111111. D 111111 11111 11111 II lID 111111 during that time:
other small articles may be con-

veniently carried in the little com- Atlantic Coast Line -- Touring Car $555.00 I

partment section which underneath holds the the fittings.adjustable 5-TOURIST TRAINS5from SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ? I Runabout 505.00F. II

O. B. Orlando. All ran fully equipped. I I.
-- NORTH AND WEST FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

White velvet bags handpainted with FOR WOMEN I GAINESVILLE Farther we will be able t. obtain the.ma ;cium efficiency !I
"Dixie Flyer" and the minimum cost in oar
flowers in pastel colorings and the in our factory production i
"Dixie Limited" TALLAHASSEE. purchasing and sales department if we r-ach an output of Ii
background shaded to bled are new "Seminole Limited""Montgomery between the above date '
College of Arts and Sciences:Normal School; :300,000 can
and are for opera or working use. Route School of Music; School of Expression; And should we reach this production we agree to pay as 'j
They are drawn with gold cords for "South Atlantic Limited"Pullman School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts the beyer's share from J19 to $60 per ear ton or about I
cars from Chicago, St. Louis, School: Modern Gymnasium; with swimming, Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers I August lt915) t. .nr retail buyer who purchases a new I
the former use and with ribbons to pool; basket ball and tennis courts;new and College; Experiment Station.; Extension Di- between August 1. 114 and August 1. 115. ''I
Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisvilleand modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormi- vision; Graduate School Ten new brick buildings Ford car I
match the flowers for the latter pur- intermediate points to Jackson- tories have all modern conveniences; new besides gymnasium; swimming pool and I For further particulars regarding these low pricra and profit- I
pose. ville, Fla. dining room and kitchen most hygienic in many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers instructors sharing plan. see
Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 counties I and assistants. 354 young men I
-oDancing Dining Cars and 12 states last session. I Honda counties and 24 State and F. G. RUSH,
via TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last session. I
boots are exceedingly ATLANTIC COAST LINE School Bo:-jd and entrance fees for the I TUITION.FREE. Board and Entrance Fees
'; dainty with thin, turned soles and Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. year $124.04 For catalogue write I $132.50 per year.. Write today for catalogueA. Phone ref 11I1
EDWARD CONRADL President. A. MURPHKEE. President. i
high curved heels. A great many of G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.,
IIillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla.
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the street and boots show ass .m am''
dancing A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., Read the Want ads in The Sentinel = ,
tops of contrasting material. 38 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. >

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I less than one thousand dollars. All farm implements I 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. .



't ; SEVEN ROOM HOUSE-NEW lot 70x180-46 bearing Orange trees and enough ground to make a good garden. Within a block eta lake. Price $1500 easy terms il taken this week '>





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said road, make their report thereof Eat what you want.
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS with all convenient to this I Eat all you want.
speed
Take a postscript and forget it.
I Board. For sale by all druggists.
HOLD MEETING Uneeda Biscuit Following reports of county officers I l-7-d&w-lyr GRAND I

Nourishment-fine flavorpuritycrispness- received: Sheriff to state, county
surveyor, superintendent of county I BEST SELECT OYSTERS, 50c. QuartTheWaldeckerFishCo

&)>LD SEVERAL SESSIONS -wholesomeness. All home, superintendent of roads and I
."AND PASS RESOLUTION bridges, foreman road camp, county
FOR NEW ROAD for 5 cents, in the physician, tax redemptions for September FOR FISH AND OYSTERS

moisture-proof package. polls, licenses county agricultural Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP.
Details of tHe Meeting Are Very advisor, certificates of banks'j 'rOD"The
Interesting, Attesting to treasurer to state and to county, and M. and W. O. COX
Prosperous Conditionof auditor's financial statement. 10-23-tf
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the CountyThe Accounts were examined and warrants e s
ordered drawn. I

Board of County Commissioners Board adjourned. I II II A Lubin special feature complete in
met on Monday and Wednesday of. I
3 I
.Pill Street.
this week and transacted some very t. two parts. One good picture.
important business of interest to Or- EXPRESS BUSINESS GOODAgent
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lando and the entire county. One important j
feature of the commissioners' JEWELER '
meeting was the appointment of a W. T. Jamieson Is Much <
committee to mark out a new pro- Pleased With Local Gainof EXPERT WATCH MAKERI

of posed the road meetings near Conway.follow: The details GRAHAM for CRACKERSA Southern CompanyThe Express make a special of Fine ,! "TH Man an tHe Mas"A t

Nov. 2, 1914, 7:30 A. M.-Board food every day. Watch, Clock and Jewelery Repairing i
met. Present, Chairman Overstreet, Crisp, delicious and business of the Southern Express ; Diamond Setting, Ring drama. UN uff sed."
Commissioners Starbird, Sweet. strengthening. Fresh company has substantially increased ; and Spectacle Repairing. Biograph

The ballot boxes for the electionwere baked and fresh de during the summer months, ; Bring me repairs others have
delivered to the following after livered. 10 cents. being far in excess of the business I failed to do, and I will repair
oath to deliver: for the corresponding period them satisfactorily or no charge.
Precincts Nos. 1 and 2, delivered to )'ear.V.. T. Jamieson, agent for the : My prices are reasonable. "
inspectors. company at this point, is gratified ; "M ll r BraMffier r

Precincts Nos. 3 and 4, delivered to with the results. "The progress CHAS. VATER
II. A. Lumsden. shown," said Mr. Jamieson, "is an ,

Precincts Nos. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, deliveredto indication of the prosperous conditionof
A A from
Alfred Eldredge. this city. We have had better business JEWELEREast Selig comedy. scream

Precincts Nos. 10, 11, 12, 14, deliv- here during the summer months Pine Street, at Young's start to finish.
ered to M. V. Dillard. than last year, and it is all the more Repair Shop
Precincts Nos. 13 15, 16, 17, deliv- 'p. pleasing when it is known that other 11-4-d&w-lm
ered to J. G. Tyner. sections of the country are not so !
Precincts Nos. 18, 19, 20, deliveredto active." I "
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Stephen L. Brown. I Clarence Bruner has been taken onby "Tll Bay a I tile ll Boa[
Recess taken to 9:30 a. m. SNIAPAROONSA the Southern Express companyand
9:30 A. M.Board met. Present, will act as night agent. lie was ,' ANNOUNCEMENT ,
Chairman Overstreet, Commissioners delightful new bis- appointed to the position November1st |

Starbird, Sweet, Dillard and Brown. cuit, with a rich and because of the increasing busi- MR. FRITZ HAUER has opened a Another real laugh.
Upon motion application of Mrs. delicious cocoanut fla- ness of the company.
Augusta D. Dunn for pension was
approved -
Violin StudioROOM
vor. Crisp and always
pensions.The and.forwarded to state boardof fresh so cents. Dr. F. F. Thompson You can't help but be one of the regulars
8 ROCK BLDG.
following bonds as notaries DENTIST after hearing
public were approved:
James O. Spinks; sureties, Jas. A. Will open an office at For particulars call at the address. "THAT ORCHESTRA"and
117 S. Orange A .. Curtis &
Knox and E. G. Duckworth.Inez tr_= >e over
Hours, 9:00 to 12:00 a.m-
O'Neal's ,
Store about Nov. 20.
D. Olson; sureties, A. B. New-
ton and D. McKinnon. Y Pya <7 11-6-tf seeing our pictures
sureties i' ----- I
Nellie O'Neil; II. L. Bee- "" -
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man and Jas. L. Giles. :f U""y IV" ..
Thos. B. Brodwater; sureties, T. II. r
Evans and D. J. Beidler.

Harold W. Gill; sureties, L. Garrett Buy biscuit baked by 5c lOcMARKET
Hammond
and J. A. Barber. ore
Following bonds to bear fire arms NATIONAL BISCUIT

issued were approved: and licenses ordered COMPANYAlways I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMIRS. Ii Iil

C. E. Bartlett, rifle; sureties, T. N. look for that NameIt
( REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
Butaer and Wm. B. Blakely.T.

N. Butner, rifle; sureties, Wm. B.
Blakely and C. E. Bartlett. was ordered that warrant be COMPARE $ 6ftfh1;
Will. P. Blakely, pistol; sureties, T. yor
drawn for $39.35, duplicate for one
N. Butner and C. E. Bartlett. OUR FURNITUREWe
lost. I I
Wm. R. Beecher, pistol; sureties, E. Ordered that a warrant be drawn
J. Ryan and II. B. Smith. provide the quality i of furniture that has long
for balance due Orlando for rata
pro
Thos. L. Hancock, pistol; sureties, road been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the THE
M. Martin and B. Z. Snowden. tax. standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
Wm. II. Johnson, pistol sureties, Bond of J. B. Yates, as deputy It wouldn't here were it otherwise. We can't make
F. A. Rollins and C. R. Simpson.C. ; sheriff, with Seth Woodruff and C.. F. this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
Johns as sureties, was appro.ed.Upon this business and that much
rifle means to any buyer.:
E. Ross, ; sureties, II. T. motion the county surveyorwas I I
Butler and F. W. Ross. instructed to survey the route AND SALT MEATS
Petition of E. B. Keen, J. M. Partinet McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK
and estimate the cost of making the
FISH AND GAME
al., for road, which had been returned -
fills and establishing the road peti-
to petitioners for diagram, Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.. Orlando Fla.
tioned for by L. McCraney, Chas. P. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
was presented with diagram, and Dow et al.; subject to the approval L JQ Everything screened away from the tiles, and kept freab
upon motion was granted upon condi- -
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i of superintendent roads and bridges 1- and
tion that reimburse II. G. pure.
petitioners I
and Commissioner Sweet, and reportat I
Redditt for damages sustained by We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
any
the next meeting. . . ..
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in the Meat Line.
him. The donations towards road to everything
Clerk was authorized to purchase a I
be paid when road is opened.J. book typewriter. SPRAY NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE !
S. Loveless appeared before the
Upon motion the following resolu- The PARLOR MARKET
Board in reference to the
opening
INSECTICIDE SPRAY
tion was adopted: SCHNARR'S
road from Clarcona running south, The following resolution was pro- H. M. Self & Co.
and being the northern end of the posed, duly seconded and unanimously ,
road petitioned for by Sias et al.! Sub- adopted: Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale Rust :Mite PINE STREET

ject matter was referred to the super- Whereas, a regular petition in accordance and Red Spider that i- hit. Removes sooty: mold

intendent Commissioner of roads Dillard and with bridges and to with section 837 of the en- c. and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September Phone No. 80
power eral statutes has been prg nted to :; and October are two of the best months fort

act.Lafayette Pipe appeared before the the Board of County missioners : spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents insects I
for the establishment of a new public j
Board in reference to strawing the road near Conway, in Orange county, :1 from sapping trees all winter, and brings them I i

road from Plymouth to the county from a point at or about the north t out in a good, healthy condition :in the spring, thus . . . f MCMMI t MtM. tttlll . i 1 1il
line on the public road from Plymouthto east corner of the northwest quarterof insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom. .
Sorrento. Subject matter referredto the northeast quarter of section 17, | ..South Apopka Nurseries.. f fAll !
Commissioner Starbird and super- township 23, south, range 30 east, toa J. SCHNARR & CO. Orlando Florida.
,
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intendent roads and bridges.
point at or about the northwest cor- the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange i
Upon motion of Mr. Page propertyowners I I ner of the southwest quarter of the Schnarrs Insecticide will not injure the White i Fly t Trees, thrifty, well-rooted and clear of all diseasep 4
were requested to set their southwest quarter of section 8 in said Fungi. 9-9 D. and W 2-M i New Catalogue and History of the Citru Family ,
fences back 15 feet, making a 30 foot
23 south, 30 east, ?
township range I. ,1,1,1 . ttltHtitllMIMIMIIinillllllllllltCOLLEGE FREEAddress
road, so that Mrs. Fox may have ingress which petition and application hasI_ i '
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to home. t signed by citizens who are
tv. Juiy
' Petition of W .II. Roberson, E. D. freeholders i living in the vicinity of I I II III ii ....South Apopka Nurseries...
Roberson et al., for road, taken up. the said road sought to be estab- Iii i : :
[ t S i P k Ij
Upon prayed motion for.the petition was grantedas lished the establishment; and whereas,of this a Board new deems public jO ,: Inter Park,:, j i it i OCOEE, FLORIDA 9-4-tf

Upon motion the county surveyorwas road between said points to be expe- .. . . . . . . . . M 11M .
instructed to survey the route of dient and necessary; now, therefore, Oldest College and Most Beautiful Grounds in Florida
the road petitioned for by D. W. Be it resolved, That an order be and
Rouse, E. Williams et al. College, Academy, Music Expression Fine Art, Do-
E. is hereby made appointing R. L. flyer I ; "I" II IHttttt
Petition of R. V. Atkinson, G. W. and E. C. Young and A. Y. Fuller, mestic and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Course.
Crawford et al., heretofore received three disinterested freeholders in said Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire pro- '
and laid over under the rules, was county, to view and mark out the tection, fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dol- \\1 Orlando Paint and Wall Paper Co.I jj
taken up, and upon motion petitionwas best route for said proposed road; lar endowment. Three teachers of music $5,000 organ, .
granted as prayed. and it is further ordered that they the a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new

Board adjourned to Wednesday, said three freeholders hereby appointed rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New I ; High Grade Paints, Oils Varnishes -
Nov. 4, 1914.Wednesday. to perform said duty, shall before chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every AGENTS FORration's
Nov. 4, 1914.-Board entering upon their duties subscribe i modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water. I Kalsomine, Wall Pa-
met. Present, Chairman Overstreet, to an oath in accordance with law to I Preparation for engineering course. t Sun Prod Paper, Wall Board, Roofing :

Commissioners Dillard, Sweet, Brown I perform their said duties faithfully, i Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, I Paints Brushes, Etc.
and Starbird. I q.-.iJath to be subscribed and sworn : Christian but undenominational; expenses moderate.
i SOLD AT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Orange Ave. J
Mayor Sperry appeared before the to before the Clerk of this Board. Scholarships available. For catalogue address i: THE SUN
Board in reference to being reim- Prod. that said persons so appointed -'I ORLANDO! FLORIDA %
bursed for a railroad ticket, cost shall not receive any compen- i WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN, X t : '

$14.83. Upon motion warrant was sation for said services. It is further I : ( Special Wall Paper 3000 Rolls at 5c. T-
,
ordered drawn, payable to the City of ordered that said persons so i Ph. D LL. D.. President. ..::1'
Orlando. ed, after marking the best apPoint-I' II U 4 t if" 111..1. 1111 III' .1.11 11.111 II 11111 JlI': .... .. " "I .. ." ..

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sun who are more or less vexed at Prominent winter residents arriving -
r till II' 11111 I1111 II"11111 111I1 11111 I"11111 III II" .
him. yesterday from the North include -
South I -()- Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Eaton, Old
the Sulzer says he "made Roosevelt Orchard, Me.; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Per-
W.L worn I look like 30 cents," after the electionof sey, Woburn, 1lass.Ir.. and Mrs.
-W. C.- from Tuesday last. We think Bill had Geo. F. Battles, Brockton, 11ass.Ir.; .
Entered, at considerable to do with it and we and Mrs. Chas. E. Butler, Old Orchard -
ida u "felt"' think he knows just about how a 30 Me.; Mrs. E. E. Shocldey, South SATURDAY SAl[ P
Daily. 1 the cent man looks, provided he took a 'Framington, Mass.; Mrs. Jessie Blair,
Daily.Sally 6 3 us. glance in the mirror a year or' more Montreal, Can.; Mrs. Sadie Dix, and
Daily 1 that ago after the grand jury, the investigating Miss Florence C. Smith, Old Orchard,
WceUr. 1 and committee and the impeachment Me.
Weekly 6 us to court got through with him.0 .
NO. 30
ALL SC der J. L. Dean, proprietor of the City
The Chicago Tribune thinks the rea- Drug Store, 11 East Church street,
son the French soldiers wear red I has made many improvements in his
Copy for trousers is because the French are an store which makes it one of the city's
I
advertising have excitable people and they need the most to date and modern drug dis
office .f the up It's a grand wind-up to a week'sbusiness
the day five sight of red trousers to work up their 'I pensaries. The drug store remains
to chance has enthusiasm and But if the these Saturday Sales-the
Invariable courage. open all night. The window displayis
Germans are like a mad bull or a turkey \"er ychoice and tasty.vIcCULLOCH'S. appeal to the careful buyer irresis-
tinued Subscribers. ; gobbler, they will fight just that i tably. She knows what she wants
I I
the date of much harder when they see the red, 1 and these sales help her to procure
continued at *
until notice and the Frenchmen do not really gain flllMUBIMIMIIIMJO : what she wants md often at a frac-
Telephone town But their conspicuousnessis
-- anything. tion of their intrinsic value. This
probably the strongest objection to '
in bright red or bright blue uniforms. ? : weekend sale should appeal to all,
I
TO have for the special items are various and

early ATTEND THE OPENING TONIGHT I : for many purpo es.
gor Caruthers & Gore worked nearly all
night getting ready for the big open- : : Department Store : :
ing of their new Modern Sanitary -" (
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to Grocery. Several telegrams from : ti Y-.
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look- I demonstrators were received saying .\ ,.,.
Mail bid': they would be here. Music will beginat
]! 9 a. m. and last all day and even- Jelly Tumblers
para-
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I I ing. Every one is invited to this
From -, i great business event. 11-7-ltc THEY ARE SCHEDULED FOR ALL DAY

ington, '! ways TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Fruit Jars -- SELLING =- u_ _

has issued I 'ANTED-Refined white woman as BLACK
ters with an- SILKS
companion; Northern woman pre-
mail They ferred; good home; moderate salary. all kinds The same range we put on a few weeks; ago,
that I Address GYZ, Sentinel. 7-lw-eod only a slightly larger assorment to choose from.
fect of the will I All pure dyed goods, no weighting.
RENT All furnished,
FOR or part
of parcels char- comfortable, old-fashioned, 5-room YARN DYED MESS.ILINES
has cottage call 712 S. Division street, Preserving KettlesSouth I SATIN DUCIIESSF.
months, it or phone Johnson, No. 67. 11-7-St CHIFFON TAFFETAS

ness, FAILLE FR.1NCAISEThese
tour- FOR SALE-A] good family horse
Christmas and one of the best mules in Orange goods are honestly worth (and you can
on county. Will take in trade five passenger Orange Avenue ; | confirm it), 85c. a -ard. On Saturday yours for
tioned to Ford Auto. Address., care
will move j I I Sentinel. 11-8-lt ;I lIllflllaIlIUIIU"t." 59 cents

lobbies an- ---- ---____________ n___ __ I
paring of I WOOL DRESS GOODS
istered I I 20 pieces-All Wool Coating Serges All Wool
head- 1-
each in A Rare OpportunityThe French Batiste and Fancy Armure in all the new
cretion to is Fall Colors, including Cream and Black, regular
best '! I price, 60c. )"ard. All day Saturday
Crawford home place at No. 108 America I

to all be- street must be sold at once. The lot has a frontage i 47e

lic be the of feet and feet The house
83 333 deep. contains -
placed in FANCY DRESS GOODS
through I six rooms, but is not modern in appointments Roman Stripe Ottomans Tartan Tweeds and

pers, to are I though it could easily be made so. I have the exclusive Black and White Shepherd Checks. 36 to -10 inches
which the wide. Regular price, 65c. All day Saturday
_I handling of this property and am preparedto
to insured -
parcels. offer you a GREAT BARGAIN. Remember, it 47c

and MUST BE SOLD, so see me at once interested. HUCK
f f TOWELS
vance it J:5. I
of time, i Extra large size, Barbers and guests towels.
ployes, : Good weave and weight, worth 8c. each. Aa dhj
al Saturday

S. Y. WAY 55e doze

OUR LE.IDING SPECIAl.-Extra large, 11'11
t Insurance and Real Estate Agent honey comb, heavy weight. We have no Turkish
j I to include with this lot-mobi'ized elsewhere).
Chinese :
Regular 12%c. value All day Saturday
the PHONE 172
: i $1.00 doz.
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in receipt splendid rival to the imported article, designs are
Gum
G. W. Buy Camphor : as good colors are as dainty and fabric will wear
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division as well as any imported.

a number I .- : The imported goods sell for 5Oc. and 5lh. a
cation amade in Orlando. We sell it. Pa- : : : "ard. Our price all day Saturday

as follows I 39c
"We i tronize home industry. :

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Our window display during the week found
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Europe at II 1111111 all U 11.1111 II I r. 111 1111 II II 111111.11111. II tt'I many purchasers. 'Ye firmly believe in special-

tian izing an article when it is in demand
traffic for 25: I'ieces of the Newest Weaves
sages for G BEN in colored stripes of two and three toned effects
from Port on sale Saturday

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TIlE Ben square in the back in Evans' Grocery Department

good all round and good all through. ALL DAY SPECIALS

The is as handsome does"---Big Ben's NEW MACKEREL, each _____uu___ lOc
vited to '
and skin deep. "OUR OWN" COFFEE, 35c. value for 30c

of fruit ICE CREAM POWbER, 3 packages for 25c

Orlando.grapes, great, strong, handy keys that make BEST MAINE POTATOES, peck ______ 25c

limes potatoes pears,, so easy--- and the broad, deep-toned COTTOLENE, 10 Ibs. for -----_______ $1.30Spaulding'o .
nOSE 1'0. 1 Seed Potatoes
bers plants, ] so your get up is pleasing. .

N carrots, GET OUR PRICES
at lOc. a seven inches from tip to toe---big, faithful,
fancy On Goods by the case. before buying elsewhere,
hands in the dim
walnuts Brazil ,plainly seen morning light, We'll save you a profit

and some up at any time you say-steady for five minutes

Fresh ten-stops short in either call at a nudge from

"The Free Blue Ribbon at the Fair. See special display

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LOCAL AND PERSONAL Sorosis Library will be open every Relief Corps will be held Thursday, I F. LLEN'SlCU
: morning from 10 to 12 and on Satur- ; ; ;'I' November 19th, at the home of Mrs. GET IT AT I
The iron work on the Watkins block' day afternoon from 3 to 6. : Stapp.
was given a painting yesterday. I! Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 ra.EI
Apples, eating and cooking, 35 cts. Get out your smoked glasses before
String beans 5 cents a quart at a peck at Francisco's today. 7-lt Admission 5 centsIMMMIIII seven o'clock this morning and see _. .i
Francisco's today. 7-lt Mrs. Geo. W. A. Butters has ar- the transit Mercury over the sun. ,I ..'" -: -
Mr. N. II. Fogg and daughter, Mrs. rived in Orlando from Lowell, Mass., It will start at sunrise and continueto : I I"CAROLINA"
J. Osteen, were visitors to Orlando to join Mr. Butters, who is a talented IIIHMIM 7 o'clock. It is a very unusual oc ,
yesterday from Altamonte. musician and a member of the Grand TODAY'S PROGRAMFour currence. !

String beans 5 cents a quart atFrancisco's theater orchestra. Big Reels I :Mac Tallman, manager of the "The Carolina" fi i
today. 7-lt Apples eating and cooking, 35 cts. Universal "Ike, Jr., in His City Grand theater, announces the Chi- i
Mr. Joseph J. Koeppel, of Chicago, a peck at Francisco's today. 7-lt Elopement," with Bobby Fuehrer and' '
cago Glee Club for Monday, November t
is spending today in Orlando, a guestat Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Nicholson have Louise Glaum. ,I Is a pattern of heavy I
9th. The performance begins at
Lubin. "She Must Elope. Com-
the San Juan. returned from Winthrop Mass., and
8 o'clock. This will be the first of sterling silver, modest
String beans 5 cents a quart at ,are now occupying their pretty home, edy.Rex.. "The Home Discordant," in seven numbers on the course. 1
Francisco's today. 7-lt I at 1002 Atlantic avenue, Orlando two parts, with Bob Leonard and
Mr. II. J. Ramsey of Washington i Heights. Hazel Buckham. Mrs. M. J. Dean, who has been and beautiful, pieces are "
San This is a good program. Come and spending a few days with Mrs. Clarkat
is the late arrivals at the
among I Apples, eating and cooking, 35 cts. have a good laugh. furnished bright, rich
Oviedo
has returned to Orlando
Juan. a peck at Francisco's today. 7-lt Four good reels.
Limes 5 cts. a dozen at Francisco's I )lr. A. W. Askew, Windsor, Cana- and is now stopping at the home of I I and resplendent in their
today. 7-lt da, arrived in Orlando yesterday af- Mrs. Gilbert Altee Eldredge, who her son, J. L. Dean, 601 Central ave I
Mr. Baden Alderman, of Atlanta, is ternoon to spend his eighteenth sea- has made Orlando her winter home nue. Mrs. Dean's home is in Montgomery reflecting surfaces.
in Orlando for a few days visit to Ala. t
son. As usual he is making his head- for a number of years, will spend
relatives. quarters at the Waldow House. this Capt. B. M. Sims and Dr. and Mrs.
in California.
season Her ad- "John Hancock"made
Limes 5 cts. a dozen at Francisco's Telephone Francisco, the Fruit dress is 4511 Prospect avenue, Holly- O. F. Sims, of Ocoee, were in the city
today. 7-lt Man, 609. 7-lt wood, Los Angeles. yesterday for several hours. Dr. and n
Mr. H. T. Mulford of Atlantic City Messrs. John Wistar, of Salem, N. Mrs. Sims' daughter is attending the ,I in sterling silver,
j Francisco, the Fruit Man, has free I
N. J., is among the newcomers arriv- J., and Mr. R. D. Wood, of Philadel- 'delivery. Phone 609. 7-lt Cathedral school and she accompaniedher .t
ing in Orlando this week. phia, Pa., who have been coming to Rev. W. H. Burr, who has been parents home to spend the week- beautifully ornamented U

New Modern Grocery will be open Orlando for several years, arrived spending several months in Mont- end. and finished with
Saturday. Music all day. Refresh- I yesterday. eagle, Tenn., arrived in Orlando Francisco, the Fruit Man, has free care-
ments. Caruthers & Gore. 5-3t Francisco, the Fruit delivery. Phone 609. 7-lt V I
Telephone Thursday evening and left the next fulness of detail, and an
Mrs. W. L. Murphy and child expect :Man 609. 7-lt morning for Altamonte, where he Mrs. A. G. Branham and daughter,
to leave Monday for their former E. A. Douglas, county clerk of Sem- I owns a large orange grove. Miss Elizabeth, were visitors to Kis- I I I air of elegance.

home in Pittsburg Pa. inole county, motored to Orlando yes- Cranberries 10 cents a quart at simmee yesterday. They attendedthe t; S
General demonstrators will attendour terday afternoon from his Sanford I Francisco's today. 7-lt state convention of the United We have a complete

opening Saturday and serve the home. He was busy shaking hands Miss Maud Dance, of Louisville, Daughters of the Confederacy, which II
stock of these
public. Caruthers & Gore. 5-3t with his many friends. Ky., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. closed a four days session at that two pat-
Dr. C. A. Boone place last evening.The .
Grace
Mrs. E. W. Lott who has been visiting Telephone Francisco, the Fruit on street. terns. D
her parents in Green Cove Man, 609. 7-lt Miss Dance is a prominent Sunday many friends of Mr. and Mrs.E. [I
Springs, will return home Monday.Our I Z. V. Raulerson, teller for the Or- utation.school worker and has a national rep- W. Way are delighted to have 'Carolina

opening Saturday win be the lando Bank and Trust company,writes these estimable people again in their "J.Ailen
event of the season. Every one wel- .i from Patterson, Ga., that he is having Cranberries 10 cents a quart at midst. They returned from Glenn &; Oo.RELIABLE .
come. Caruthers & Gore. 5-3t the finest kind of a vacation. He Francisco's today. 7-lt Ellyn, Ill., Thursday and will remain ,

Mrs. B. G. Abernethy who has been is expected to return in the near fu Mr. Louis N. Long, the genial proprietor all season. They are occupying their [ JEWELERS
ture. I of the Ocala House, is some pretty home, 409 East South street.
spending several weeks in Chicagoand
Birmingham, Ala., will return Francisco, the Fruit Man, has free sad today. In the kindness of his Caruthers & Gore worked nearly all REPAIRING. "EVERYTHING GUARANTEED."
home Monday.Limes delivery. Phone 609. 7-lt heart, about a week ago, he cashed a night to make ready for their big [I
Kollock returned check for one J. M. Langdon, of Memphis =:
5 cts. a dozen at Francisco's Dr. and Mrs. G. C. opening today. The store is spick and
today. 7-lt yesterday from Madison, Wis., where Tenn. The check came back span from one end to the other. Fea- ;:
Mr. Frank Corwin the genial com- I they have been spending the summer. with the Injun sign on it, and now tures of the day will be the special : '
mercial agent of the Central of Geor- They will occupy their pretty winter Mr. Long intimates that ice will bea exhibits of goods sold by the firm.J. :;
gia railway, was among the transpor- home on Concord avenue as in years foot thick on his satanic majesty'sbath B. Richardson will be in charge of ; 9W414; i
tub when he cashes mother :1
tation men in Orlando yesterday. past.P. check.-Ocala Star.OSTEOPATHY. the Heinz Pickle company display; I urm
Cranberries 10 cents a quart at J. Bittman, of New York, travel- J. D. Webb, of the Loose-Wiles Bis-
Francisco's today. 7-tl ing representative for Lord & Taylor, cuit company; a woman demonstratorfrom
Mrs. Jesse Shackleford and chil- New York in charge of the cof-
was in Orlando yesterday showing a New
dren, of Winter Park visiting Mr. Grocery Store
are new line of samples. From here he fee and tea of Samuel Wiles Sons;
and Mrs. C. P. Dickinson at their went to DeLand. Mr. Bittman is one Mrs. J. M. Caruthers, floral display; 1
home, 505 Magnolia avenue. of Orlando's strongest boosters. "Thisis DR. J. C .HOWELL Mr. Bushnell, of Tampa, of the McDonnell \Ve have finished remodeling
our store and now have '
Cashier C. P. Dow, of the Peoples the greatest little city I ever saw," Hours, 10.12,3.5, and by appointment Wholesale Grocery, the J
National bank, was in Eustis yester- he said, "and when I get here it is No extra charge tor Douse treatment Beechnut line of goods, and in addi- ] the Finest Grocery in Orlando, and one of the largest
business. His family accom with the greatest difficulty that I tion to all of these displays there will
day on Telephone connections and most modern in the state. We will have a BIG ,
be an advertising booth where cook !
panied him. pull myself away. Office cor. Orange and Central Ayes.f .
books, etc., will be given away. OPENING on '
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PEOPLE'S : ARTSMUNNIMAKERS STRAYED Jersey OR cow,STOLENCreamcolored black nose and J....,.umber, Laths and shingles: :
tail, medium size. Jos. L. Guernsey.
11-6-tfc

WANTED-A permanent home for
Notice *f Loit. Wanted For Sale, For an orphan boy 12 years of age.
Rent ete.. for thin column %5e. for enc day. Inquire 106 Gould street1146t
50(. for three days, or f l.OC for one week for
25 word or 1_ Money But accompanythe MRS. HORTON'S Chrysanthemumsare .i.- ,., j
adtertuemenU for this column a* no on sale at Estes' Drug Store
insertion will be made on credit. Pierce Electric Co., McElroy's Drug
Store, and 710 Kuhl avenue. 4-6t ORLA.NDO
FOR SALE CHEAP Old Carey
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 & while you can get best attention. Visitors -
Bradshaw. ll-l-6t welcome. Studio in Watkins
block. Miss Echols. 11-1-61 Cement Agalite Plaster and Perfection Lime
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FOR SALE-One horse. 613 Ve:;cn -
street. 11-4-tt WANTED-Dressmaking of any kind, _
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SALE OR RENT Attractive reasonable. Mrs. J. A. Evans. Phone I ; ;. .. , . . ... ttt..t ..tt.rQ!
FOR seven room house furnished- or '.:i- 220. No. 200 East Robinson avenue. :. . . . '. MC MM .C .fr . '.. ) ; phis

INVESTIGATION furnished; best residence section. 10-29-2w ..
Also fine building lots on lake at a
great bargain to those who will build: NICE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, : :SU-Sr: ESS .
to adults only. 409 Delaney street. I
A small tract of fine land Address Owner, care Sentinel or 10-25-tf :
phone 520. 1031li.iFOR : :
2% miles from Court House, .
on one of the first roads to SALE-Good boat wagon; can WANTED-Salesman and Col- '
be bricked. be used for hunting; cheap. H. C. lector, apply to Singer Sewing Machine :
Orange trees, one acre in McDaniel. 10-23-11n Co., Orlando, Fla. 10-14-tf ,, ; : Important friendships result from the right introduction, and i; ;

gocd Strawberries well on, premises Banana ,Grove good, FOR SALE-Cabbage Wakefield $1.00 Plants per thousand.,Charleston FURNISHED six adults. Address ROOMS Kentucky and board Home for, ;. : : the most important ones come through the right banking con- i;

size Nursery.We Frank 10-28-tf Phillips, Pine Castle. 511 Cherokee.Palmer street, Orlando 10-17-1m Lake ,: nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We j ;

can plainly demonstrateto -- ----- -
you that this is the great- FOR RENT-Five room house, prac- FOR SALE : invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-
est value in a small tract of tically new. Inquire Hand's Fur-. Nursery stocK, one, two, three and '
four year old buds; Foster Early, est is taken in depositor.ORLANDO
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niture Store, Pine street. 10-20-tf every
land to be found in the coun- Pineapple, Java, Homosassa Washington ,
ty. We shall be pleased to FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with NaveL Address Mrs. M. Kahle, .
i I give all information at our I garage; elegantly furnished; on. Apopka. Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf .:
office. We are exclusive handlers Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. I BANK & TRUST CO.CLOTHING
of this property. 8-27-tf FOR SALE BY H. C. McDAMEL .
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!l FOR SALE-Beautiful dwelling, 7 Room stucco cottage, near Eola;

i bath thoroughly screened modern sleeping 7 porch large, 10 rooms foot, right.located right; built right; will be sold ORlANDO BOilDIliC j
t : & M CO veranda, near in, Southern exposure, 21 of Orlando's most desirable .

lot 71x138 bearing trees, etc.-Apply building lots, near Lake Eola; will be :. -"-" .-" ,-. ,-. .- ,- M MMIM- . MM > .-. . . ..
II t Orange Avenue 207 Ridgewood Ave. sold only to people agreeing to build ... . . . .. . . . . . ..
1 11-1-8t houses in keeping with the location.
PHONE 608 10 Acres on north side of Lake
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. Ivanhoe, overlooking Orlando; all
r Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas- cleared; suited for a home site; good
rte. 9-18-tf land.
i 18 1-2 Acres land, about 17 acres in
FRED B. DALEC.
H. BRYANT FOR SALE-A good Roll Top 5 year old budded grapefruit and oranges I' 1
t DAVIS Desk and Chair. Been used very lit- ; 2 1-2 miles from city limits;
A. GILES Counsel.F. tle. Cali on W. C. Sherman Rock overlooks 4 lakes; pothing better in
PEPPERCORN, Contractor.
Building, opposite San Jua Hotel. Florida for the price.
10-8-tf 10231mDressmaking Our new stock of
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WATCH FOR THE LITTLE FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine
STOKES AD hammock land; eight in grove; the
present crop of oranges:; will be from } Fall and Winter
Eggs fresh from the country, guar- 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, I Clothing |
anteed, 35 cents per doz.: ready for setting-10 acres in lake,
The Best Baldwin Apples, 38 cents one and quarter miles from Apopka. Mrs. R. S. Cohoon has
per peck. Price, $5,000. Address W. IL, Box resumed her dressmak-
Wine 35 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf
Saps, cents per peck.
Imported Bananas, 20 cents per doz.: ing and is now locatedin Made by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in
Florida Bananas FOR SALE-Or trade for real estate -
10 cents per doz. a five-passenger automobile in Room 4, \\ building, ,
Chestnuts
from the hills, 15 cents
nice shape. Address No. 112 West on Orange avenue, where
per pound.Tomatoes, 8 cents per pound. Church street, city. 10-4-lm she cordially invites all and we are anxious for you to see our

Don't complain of hard times and
the high cost of living, come over to FOR SALE OR RENTBeautifulnew ladies needing anything New and class Best
the little store where the prices suit cottage:; Highland avenue and in the wearing apparelline Styles, high tailoring.
your pocket. Quality guaranteed. I Park lake, in Sunshine Park. R. to call and her.
Votes given with all cash purchases. Bruce Perry, at Water Works. see "
THE ORLANDO SPECIALTY CO. 10-25-1m. place in the city to buy clothing.

109 West Church Street FOR RENT-A Modern .
seven-room
10-7-tf house, furnished all conveniences. Real Estate Boughtand .
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Lake Cherokee. P. O. Box 215.

COTOX STANDARDS TO BE FIXEDBY 11-4-6t Sold. W. M. SLEIVIONStyA58urVL1oi
OFFICIAL ACTION
FOR RENT-Housekeeping rooms; --
also 6-room furnished flat. Call I
,t By International New. Service to The Sentinel 301 Church street. ll-4-6t City Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash

Washington, Nov. 5.-Official cotton and $1.00 per week buys a Lot
I FOR RENT Light housekeeping' 11'1.1.,11.1..1111111.,101..1.1111.,11.,1tllln-.II..IO.III I. . .
standards to form a basis for fu- rooms. 506 DeLaney St. Mrs. Jno.F. RENTS COLLECTED. . .. . . . . . . ; III'II
ture trading on cotton exchanges will .
Empie. 11-3-Gt
Notary Work Promptly and Neatly
} be fixed by secretaries of the treasury Done. .. 11111111 lilt II II I II. II 1111 t. If I r" u u... H. .11 1.1,1. "III ItII
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t will begin here next Thursday. Tentative I house.truck Apply land 703 one West mile Central from court Ave. N.P.HATCHERORLANDO

drafts of regulations by both I ll-5-3t*
secretaries have been printed and will ,FLORIDA $wj4t II
FOR RENT-Small flat, modern
t be widely distributed prior to the con- I
veniences, unfurnished. J as. A. Office at Pinehurst ParkP.
r hearings. The secretaries wish to Knox. 11-3-tf
O. Box
281
learn the of
opinion the cotton trade
e as to the best methods of enforcing FOR RENT-Seven room house; wa- PHONE 403; 10-8-lm
f the new futures act which into ter, gas electric lights, bath etc.; i
f goes barn stable chicken house; lot 100 by Axminster Rugs
!- effect February 18. Cotton exchanges 200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange
may make any kind of contract they avenue. 10-3 1-tf Wood' Wood Wood

f may choose in the interim.

POSITION wants position WANTED-Young as stenographer man or Excellent Core Pine Wood Sup 9x12 high grade Rugs former price $25
For Sale bookkeeper, or both. Small salary to ,
start. Thoroughly competent. Sober plied in any quantity '
30 Acres citrus and vegetable land, steady and reliable. Address "C. W." sale price $18.75.Remember .
20 fenced, 10 cleared, crop on it now, care Sentinel. 11-5-tfc
ready for planting trees this winter SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE
and crop next spring; near school and FOR RENT Suite of two ,fur-
church; half mile of railroad station; nished for light- housekeeping rooms, in private STRANDS OR :MORE all of our goods are fresh from the
good neighborhood four
court house. Special; price miles if taken from in Lake family street.; adults Phone only.562. 512 11-1-6t South factories. We do not buy old furniture stores out
next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando.

1025tfA. FOR RENT-Large, pleasant fur- ELDREDGE BARLOW and ship the goods here and try to palm the goodsoff I

W. DOWDELL, plasterer, mason family.nished 302 rooms North; close Orange in, with avenue.private Telephone 375 for new and fresh stock.
and cement worker. 516 W. ChurchSt. 11-1-6t
Phone 420. 10 25lmT. South Street, near A. C. L. I !

F. IIOURIIIAN, Licensed Plumber. TO nished RENT-Suite for light of housekeeping two rooms,; fur-private Tracks We give coupons with all cash sales. ;

Conscientious work at fair prices. family; to adults only. Apply 9-1-1m
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf 512 South Lake street. Phone 562.
11-1-6t
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If you are satisfied keep the one you MISCELLANEOUSTWO
have; if not, phone W. T. Eatrican. Another Big Bargain

No. 636. 1-20-tf GENTLEMEN roomers wanted. Kincaid & SnowdenI

FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKINGAt 313 West Central avenue. -
208 East Robinson Misses' 10312wMR.

Berke 10-3-1m, formerly with Miss avenue.Hovermale. HOME SEEKER-The Rose to front Five, just acres outside with beautiful the city lake lim- I I Low Priced Furniture House. II

see for Real estate of Quality, and
NOTICEGet special bargains in all lines, is Clar- its, and on a hard road, only j

your roses now and have lots ence 10-2 7-lOt W. Rose, 308 North Main street. five minutes walk to the new ] ii Cor. Main and Pine Sts.. Orlando, Florida
of bloom through the winter. Roses
brick road. Improved with new i S
now ready W. II.for BROKAW shipment., Salesman. TWO FURNISHED ROOMS at 221 six room frame residence, Ga- \ \\'\ \. '\\\1" \" t = !::: : : :! : : : : : : : :
11-3-tf Robinson avenue, on Lake Eola.
10-31-3w rage and Poultry House. 200 -

I Grapefruit and Orange trees Y I A. B. MOOREPlain I
FURNISHED
unfurnished
For Sale-Silver Cluster Grape or rooms; GORDON'S CARRIAGEAND ,, ".
Fruit and Valencia late buds. close in. Apply to F. 1.. Anderson that will bear next season, also j -- "-r
orange 112 West Church .ws 'b
St. 11-1-6t and Decorative
Vigorous stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2 100 trees of choice Florida fruits '! --=-< --= Painting 1
years old.9232m .. ;,.
II. C. McDANIEL.Biggest WANTED-Refined and capable for home use. This is a beautiful -i 'fi? Paperhanging and Kalsominin
young lady for position in tea room,
apply Mrs. Cornish Tea and Rest location and a great bargain' BAGGAGE E TRANSfER DR. L. H. RAMSDELL First-class work rood material and I
per cent of profit ever is Room Hamilton & Dunn's Store, at.$3800- OPTOMETRIST reasonable prices. .No j b too large I
derived from the use of the Sentinel's Orange avenue.
11-6-ltc small.
or too Drop me a postal, and
(Successor to Dr. O. P. Latin) I
want ad. columns. LARGE AIRY ROOMS in L. T. HARRELL, Prop. ''ORLA.'lDO we will talk it over. l!
new, mod- I Cooper Atha FLORIDA

have Don't Entrican wait for the every painter one in town before to for ern location home and not surroundings.excelled in:; the Kitch-citv Piano and Furniture ''WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES A. B. MOORE 1
-"otte if desired (
14 E.
you try. Am too busy to look you door to the Wyoming. Amelia, next 114 South Orange ATC, Ground Floor Moving a Specialty I'I AND DO ALL KINDS OF ;
up. Phone 636, and I will be on the120t' 11-3-tf i Phone No. I .P. O. Box 5124, Orlaado
jc.h. Get the news first in the Sentinel. 311 I 8. E. Church St. PHONE! 487 I OPTICAL REPAIRING It9lJat

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THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S
Harris, Dean of Florida I

Editors, Says Pleasing Things
About Sentinel Changeof TRANSFERDr.

OwnershipWhen
B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
the Sentinel was sold the first
of this week many of the editors in

nearby and far distant cities came out I, Livery, Draying and HaulingWE J,

with editorials of a complimentary .,
nature. One of the very pleasing
editorials which has come to the desk
GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
of The Sentinel is,from the pen of
Frank Harris, editor of the Ocala "- ,

Daily Banner and the nestor of journ-
alism in Florida. The editorial is as AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK 1

follows: 1
"The press of the state will be extremely -: ,
sorry to learn that Mr. Jo- ;| Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited t

siah Ferris has sold the Orlando Sen-
tinel to Messrs. W. M. Glenn and W. HORSES FOR SALE 1915 HARLEYDAVIDSONd j

C. Essington, of Indiana, and has retired ,
the chair of ;> 'Phone 257. Orlando
from journalism Florida
; ; 11 I-hrsp GUARANTEED 3'Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic ]
which as long as he occupied it he':
adorned and dignified. The Sentinel I ; Mechanical Oil Pump, Step'Starter and 66 Refinements] j
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is one of the best of our daily and -
weekly exchanges and one which we ) i S275.OO -I II

perusing. It is pleas- '
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always enjoy
ing to know that the policy of the m H : 129 Orange Ave.
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paper will not be changed and that its I Wright Hilpert j
new owners are capable and progressive I: 'j Orlando, Fla.

newspaper men and take hold of :. Th B p n nj" 444+' . t .. . .. .... .. .. .... .. ..11. till. .. ....11.11.. u....... 'jI
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that the Sentinel, meriting the sup- ![: -
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port and encouragement of its people, I,
will develop into a growing and pros : 1
perous concern. We hope that it will : Packers and Shippers of Citrus IN OFFICE OR
reach its highest hopes." : DWELLING .j

I Fruits and t '
Vegetables. ; ii'v QUICK, i
NEW ENGLAND TO AID COT-
? RELIABLE ;
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preciate the business of all who have and any who have WARMTH AND j
Washington, Nov. 4.-Success of t' not patronized me in the.last three years. For informa- : {. '' I COMFORT ARE jj jj'j
the plan for raising a $135,000,000' jJ
loan fund to aid cotton producers' tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossingof ''L SUPPLIED j

seemed assured today. W. G. p.1 Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure BY

Harding, member of the federal reserve -: building, which I am equipping with Mauld's latest ma- ; *si a J
board, in active charge of the '
and i
chinery can consequently give you same service
plan, returned today from Boston con-
which has always spoken for itself.
fident that New England bankers will .
respond to the request for subscrip- My efforts will be to sell all Dossible before resortingto

tions. Mr. Harding said telegrams distribution. .......... .
received from many cities indicate i

success of the plan. He said Chicagohad W. A. DADE Gen. i
raised $10,000,000 already; Cleve- Manager. : : GAS HEATERSTHE

land and Cincinnati about $2,000,000, 9-18-2 m ORLANDO, FLORIDA i ORIGINAL COPPER REFLECTOR GAS HEATERS
San Francisco is actively at work,
and Washington and Louisville have .11111111111..11.11111111111111111111..11.11111111 These marvelous beaters
pledged their full quota. develop beat quickly; "
The prompt action of the clearinghouses they do not vitiate or
and banks in these and other 'IIIIIII011111.t..llllaII18.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIII'THE dry up the air. '
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cities led Mr. Harding to feel confi- The PE1TlQflis the Original
dent that the prospects are bright for CHASE & CO Copper Reflector Gas Heater. '
the success of the fund. He explained It heats by nature's own

today that New England bankers expect | PACKING HOUSE AT' ORLANDO i method-that of reflected heat. s
to aid cotton manufacturers in From its shining copper plateit

that section but do not on the other Is modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- casts a cheerful glow upon r
hand wish to see cotton selling this date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the the floor and furniture,quickly
year at unusually low prices with a bringing the entire room to an .
PROPER PACKING even,healthy s
short crop as a sequence of such : temperature.
prices next year. This, in the view of I I FIRST AID TO ,
WE WILL BE
CLAD TO SHOW
YOU THE VARIOUS STYLES
many New England bankers would | HIGHEST PRICES ,
only mean that next year's cotton Ij
would go to abnormally high prices which, however, would not accomplish the end desired j .
and the manufacturers would gain by the grower, if he did not also have available the ser-

nothing. They are said to prefer a vices
stable market and for this if ofTHE
reason
for no other, are willing to contribute CHASE & CO ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
to the fund. Boston may be asked i

for nearly $10,000,000 for the fund. SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM GAS DEPARTMENTLIST j

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W. F. McAuley, the well known GIVES THE GROWER llllllllllllllilltlir
contractor and builder, of Orlando HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS
and Glens Falls, N. Y., yesterday YOUR PROPERTYwith LAUNDRY BUYERS AND SELLERS J
started a force of carpenters and me- CORRESPONDENCE me now, while I have the timeto I
SOLICITED Your general laundry work, French I buy, sell, rent, and exchange real
chanics at work erecting a modern GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS look it over and familiarize myself dry cleaning, and pressing will be ap estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla,
bungalow on his lot on East Anderson with the talking points. I made the preciated. Satisfaction and service over 30 years. Have handled over
street. Mr. McAuley believes in Or- largest number of sales last winter guaranteed. Open September 28th. i I $20,000,000. Call and see me.
CHASE & CO. and expect to do even better this win- Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry, IO-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
lando and backs his 1
up judgment by for whites
9-25-tf
ter. Jly prospects are beginnig to ar- only. (
his work.T. Main rive, and it might cause to losea
Office, Jacksonville, Florida you If have subscribed for the '
sale by putting it off. Call todayat Up to date painting, papering, etc., I you Sentinel -
A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. offices in the Watkins and not
new are receiving
my
your
the kind pa-
is want. Where
F. HOURIIIAN, Licensed Plumber. 9-30-d&w you to get
.
Conscientious work at fair prices. .i f building and list your property. it? That's easy, phone 636. W T. 1 I per, you will do a favor by notifyingus
Phone 629. 106 Court WALTER W. ROSE,
St. 8-23-tf r .
t, I i .. Real Estate. Phone 555. ,Entrican. 1-20-tf at once.

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Was in Orlando YesterdayNew -

Seminole Hotel Will
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Attract Hundreds of

TouristsMr. .
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R. P. Foley, who has been con-

ducting a summer hotel in Charleroi, '"....'.-:-::..'.,0 ...-
Mich., has returned to Winter Park
accompanied by his family. Mr.

Foley, the popular manager of the .. ._[fl'
;; New Seminole in our sister city, was I
For To-day--- in Orlando yesterday greeting his .
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friends. He is
many now busily engaged -
Tomorrow and every other day, you'll finda getting his big hotel in readiness -
for the coming season.
check account with the State Bank mighty The New Seminole is complete in DO YOU( UMDEHSTA'MDSlow :

handy in keeping an accurate record of yjur every detail and will attract many 1 0
hundreds of winter tourists. Its location -
money affairs. is the best and Mr. Foley has ii I II I you can personally be l) nct1t- j.

Take note-how many business( men made every arrangement to care for ted by the advantages accruing to
the comfort and add to the convenience -
pay you in cash? Very lew-for businessmen j :
of his guests during the com- tho commmunity l y 1 j
cannot take chances by carrying m ney
ing season. It is one of the finest and
about. The sale way is the business-like most attractive hotels in this district.It .
l'11\} Sectoral l Reserve Aci ?
way-our bank checks. is an indication of the continued
growth of this section and the attrac-
Try paying with checks. tion which Fair Florida has upon the ii E I II I Call, telephone or write and vie'liU!
people from other sections.
mail our booklet---just out---whkii
The State Bank of Orlando .
MONEY SAVERS explains this act fully anti clearly. ; .

24 Ibs. Pillsbury flour, 90c.; 12 Ibs.
Pillsbury flour 45c.; Fox River print
butter 37c.; oleo, in four parts 22c.; o' .
process butter 33c.; Swift's hams ?
20c. lb.; Irish potatoes 25c. peck; 4 .:
s cans tomatoes, 25c.; 6 cans cream,
25c.; 10 Ibs. Snowdrift 90c.; 4 Ibs. .
Snowdrift 45c.; 7 bars Octagon soap .0 ;;! :" ',;'-3:
25c.; Baxter corn 12 l-2c.; 15 Ibs. ; ;
GREAT KRUIT GUNS SENT TO Chapelle for Ostend according to the granulated sugar $1; Kingan breakfast '
WAR ZONE I same advices. i I bacon, 35c.; 35c. can peaches for I I -

J25c. T. A. MANN Pine Street. i '
London, Nov. 6.-An Amsterdam NOTICE TO PUBLICMr. I '
s dispatch to the Central News states I 1ir : I
J. L. Dean proprietor of the I NOTICE trjth JY
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that forty heavy guns arrived at City Drug Store, wishes to announceto ; @ : J Cj:
Aix-la-Chapelle yesterday from Es- the public that his store is open I "Baby" Lewis daughter of Mrs.
sen, destined for,Arras. Twelve long all night. Phone 632. 11-7-4tc W. L. Lewis is a candidate in the
empty trains also are proceeding to ;contest at the Lucerne theater. She ,
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I has been a candidate from the first ..". ,' "" .
Namur and sixty armored automo- Wood $1.50 a strand up. Band'sCoal '
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and is running a strong race. ... "
biles with mitrailleuses left Aix-la- Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf ll-7-6tc 4 .

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