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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 10, 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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. THE MORNING SENTINEL





YOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1914. NUMBER 233-





BRITISH SUBJECTS ARRESTED_ IN BERLIN I






REPORTS ISH SUBJECTS EVERY FROM GERMANY HOUSEHOLD-WHOLESALE INDICATE OF RAIDS COUNTRY ARREST WERE-NINE OF MADEIN BRIT- ;'LUCERNE CIRCLEPAVING P. O. TO MOVE IN c ALLs[ T TAKE[ OFFENSIVE[ [ IN



HUNDRED ARRESTED IN BERLIN IN


ONE DAY I I 90DAYS_ THE FIERCEFLANDERS[ [ FIGHT


Wireless From Berlin Says Germans BE FINISHED BY THANKSGIVING NOTICE RECEIVED YESTERDAY -

I -PAVING BEGUN FROM ASS'T. POSTMASTER _
Gain Ground YESTERDAYOTHER GENERAL J PARIS, NOV. 9.-THE ALLIES WERE ON THE OFFENSIVE IN THE

FURIOUS BATTLE OF FLANDERS TODAY AND FIRMLY ESTABLISHED -


According to Dispatches the Teutons by Severe Counter Attacks ; PlANS ARE BEING MADE i uTHE PALACE" TO BE ON P. O. SITE RIVER LYS TIIEIR'TO A LINE POINT ON CONSIDERABLY THE EAST OF NORTH THE YPRES OF LANGEMARCKFIVE FROM THE

Are Proceeding "Slowly But Surely"-Several Hundred
I I MILES NORTHEAST OF THE YPRES, AND FROM THIS LINE
Persons Are CapturedTHE To Beautify Lucerne Circle- : Ice Cream and Candy Kitchen
FROM MESSINES PAST THE YPRES ON THE EAST, TO NORTH
Packing Houses Soon to Will Be in Room Now Occu-
I LANGEMARCK. \
HAGUE, NOV. 9.-REPORTS HAVE BEEN RECEIVED FROM Open, Then All Will pied by P. O-Eloborate ,
WHEN IT IS CONSIDERED THAT THE GERMANS NOW OCCUPY
VARIOUS PARTS OF THE GERMAN EMPIRE TELLING OF THE
Be Rooms
Busy for E. W. Butt
RAIDS MADE IN SCORES OF CITIES UPON HARMLESS AND INNO- I YPRES AND THAT GREAT, CONCENTRATED FORCES OF FRESH

CENT BRITISH SUBJECTS. NOT ONLY DO THE DISPATCHES TELL With the completion yesterday That the Orlando postoffice will be TROOPS HAVE BEEN DRIVING AT THE FRENCH AND BRITISH PO-

OF THE ARRESTS BUT THEY STATE THAT THE TEUTON SOLDIERS morning of the extension on Kuhl I removed from the Watkins block on SITIONS IN THE ENVIRONS OF THE TOWN IN A GREAT EFFORT TO
ARE MAKING RAIDS UPON,EVERY HOUSEHOLD WHERE A BRITISH
avenue, the laying of brick was start- I Orange avenue to the room recently WIN THROUGH ON THE MARCH TO CALAIS, THE SIGNIFICANCE OF
SUBJECT MAY LIVE. IT IS SUSPECTED THAT THEY ARE NOT BE-
ed in the afternoon the drive the
on en- evacuated by Peoples National THIS GAIN MAY BE EASILY REALIZED.
ING TREATED KINDLY. THE REASON FOR THE ARRESTS IS NOT circling beautiful Lake Lucerne. The bank, at 16 East Pine street in the
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KNOWN. work of laying brick on the Circle Magruder Arcade building was veri- I
THE FIRST ARRESTS WERE MADE IN BERLIN. THE NUMBEROF Berlin Contradicts Allies' Claims
would have started fied
.
early yesterday yesterday.In GO TO AVENGE DEFEAT
INNOCENT, PEACEFUL LOVING SUBJECTS OF GREAT BRITAIN morning had it not been for the inter- a letter from Daniel C. Roper, Berlin via wireless to London, Nov.

ARRESTED REACHES THE AMAZING TOTAL OF NINE HUNDRED. I of the rain af of 9.-The general headquarters makes
ruptions on Saturday Washington, D. C., the first assist-
SINCE THE REPORT WAS FIRST ISSUED REPORTS FROM DRESDEN
BY GERMANSBRITISH
ternoon. ant postmaster general, notice was the following report:
LEIPSIG, HANOVER, HAMBURG AND OTHER CITIES STATE THAT
The citizens of Orlando may be reasonably given that the postoffice would be removed "The who had attempted
MANY ENGLISH ARE BEING ARRESTED IN THOSE CITIES. enemy an
assured of the completion of from its present quarters to
DREADNOUGHTSSTEAM advance from Nieuport during the
the encircling boulevard by Thanks- the Arcade within ninety days.
Not to Be Molested I i AT FULL SPEED evening and repeated the attack againat
giving. City Surveyor G. R. Ramseywas It was announced that the room
Washington, Nov. 9.-Contraband "JERSEY"FEMININE INVADES STORE certain that the pavement wouldbe now occupied by the postoffice wouldbe FOR PANAMA night failed completely. Notwith-

goods in neutral vessels bound for I completed by that time barring inclement fitted up in the most up to date standing the most stubborn resistance

Norway, Sweden or Denmark, will YESTERDAY weather. The boulevard,when and elaborate manner for the E. W. Antwerpians Refuse to Returnto our attacks in the direction of Ypres

no longer be molested by Great Brit completed will be seven-eights of a Butt Candy Kitchen, now located on Their Homes-Antwerp I are proceeding slowly but surely. Theenemy's
ain when the government of the coun- mile in extent. It will be the show Orange avenue opposite the Watkins
May Face Famine Like
counter attacks to the north-
try to which the shipments are consigned i : EYE WITNESS place of Florida. block.
Rest of CountryNew east of Ypres have been repulsed witha
guarantees they are not to be ,I TELLS OF COWS The residents who are living upon The postoffice room immediatelyupon
loss of several hundred prisoners
reshipped to Germany or Austria. I Lucerne Circle are not content to stop its vacancy will be fitted up
ATTACK York
Nov. 9.Seven British taken.
This announcement was made today i I with the paving now in process of with new fixtures. Under the man-
warships, apparently dreadnoughts, "In the eastern theater of
by the state department. Secretary ; construction but other plans are be- 'agement of Mr. Butt the emporiumwill war an
Bovine of the Florida Variety heading for the Panama canal and attack by the strong Russian forces
Bryan announced that he was trying ing discussed for the beautification of be known as "The Palace." No
I Dashes Into Dickson-Ives steaming at full speed were sighted north of Lake Wysztyton has been
to persuade Great Britain to give sim- this natural garden spot of fair Flor- expense will be spared in making the re-
off the Bahama Islands last I "
I Friday by pulsed.
ilar assurances in a like case to all Department StoreYesterday ida. "new candy kitchen quarters the most
passengers on the United Fruit Line
other neutral governments. Packing Houses to Open artistic and modern in this section. I Cut Off German Garrison
steamship Suraname whcih arrived
It will only be a matter of several I Tile mirrors and mahogany finish The allies have cut off the German
today from Santiago Cuba. James
Kitchener Makes Address At 4:45 o'clock yesterday afternoonthe weeks until all of the packing housesin I will make of the interior a handsomeone. garrison in Ypres from the main body
Cavanaugh, one of the
,
London, Nov. .-Lcrd Kitchener to- Dickson-Ives company departmentstore Orlando and the immediate neigh- 'i I formerly a lieutenant in passengers the British operating toward it from the east and

night before a thousand\ guests at the : was invaded by a lone cow of borhood will be in full swing. TheS. Murray S. King, architect, has navy, expressed the opinion that the they have forced back this main body,
lord mayor's banquet delivered a stir J. Sligh & Co. packing house start- : spared no efforts in making the new whose only hope was to maintain a
the Florida
variety with long British fleet was bound for the Pa-
ring patriotic address in which he sweep- ed last week with a force of nearly ice cream parlor and candy kitchen violent offensive movement.In .
cific coast of South America to
combined high praise for the army ing horns and ferocious looking eyes."Jersey" fifty men. This number has since : the finest in the country. The speci- avenge the defeat of the British fleet I the meanwhile the British and

now in the field an an appeal for never touched a showcase or been increased to between seventyfive fications and the details of The Palace French are driving hard on the Ypres
of cruisers German
ther recruits to carry arrays to fur'I'I I chewed up any buttons, but the women and one hundred. Before many i." will be announced at a later date by warships. from the west while to the south of

the Britain success. customers in the dry goods section days it is predicted that a full force' when they are perfected. Refuse to Return Ypres, along the Menin road and

turned somersaults over each will be in operation. I Such improvements as the one contemplated along the plateau traversed by the
Egyptian Frontier Crossed I I I other and went through a number of I I shows the continual and Amsterdam Holland, via London, high road from Ypres to Armen-
vivid gyrations. Ten thousand mice WHITE BEATS WALSH Nov. 9.-The population of Antwerp
of the businessmen tierres the allies still
tiring efforts are carryingthe
I never
Constantinople, Nov. 9.-An official could not have caused as much --- I which fled the city at the time of the
report from the general head- !' motion.A com.I Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 9.-Charley to make of Orlando the leading German occupation, still is unwillingto fighting to the invaders, despitethe
:: inland of Florida. It is violent counter attacks of fresh
another
city
White points over Champion
won on
quarters of the Turkish army states lady who witnessed the invasion return. The German demand fora
that the Egyptian frontier has been I young and who neutral- Freddy Walsh here tonight in a ten instance of the growth of the city and war indemnity of $10,000,000 is German army corps supported by con-
was decidedly round bout. an indication of its permanency. centrated fire from massed German
crossed by Turkish gendarmes belong- furnished the following account: I I keeping many away. batteries.
ing to tribes fighting on the side of "One has often heard of cows do- German troops have been almost

the Turks. ing unheard of things such as the I invisible in Antwerp since last Satur

cow that jumped over the moon, but ROLLINS COLLEGE NEWS : NEVER MISSED SENTINELI day. The town hall has no military CRIMINAL COURT OPENSEllis

when one suddenly makes its appear- I guard before it. Within the buildingthe

CARRAMLAVERY BITTER ::'ance in a dry goods store it is time John M. Cheney, of Orlando, Island Family Here to German administrators and offi-

II for folks to sit up and take notice. Addressed Joint Meetingof I' Spend Their Tenth "'interAlwa"s cials of the Belgian civil governmentwork Najjor Was Found Guiltyof
j I
Towards Villa and Insists That Life in the store was going on in the Y. M. C. A. andY. Read The peacefully under the same roof. Stealing Mileage Book
usual manner, when to the surpriseof SentinelMr. The Antwerp police department still
W. C. A. at Seaboard Office in
lIe Retire to Private Life-
both clerks and customers she ran is under the command of its Belgian

Will Make Him Step in wholly unannounced! The Thursday Assembly was ad- and Mrs Wm. Hall of Warren, officers, but every policeman is This City

Down and Out "Sounds like a Western story, R. I., are here to spend their tenth obliged to salute all German officers,
his
dressed Prof. W.1. Lenhart
by The criminal court of record
doesn't it? But listen gentle reader, winter in Florida and are occupyingtheir who scrupulously return the salute. con-
Cordoba, Mex., Nov. 9.-Carranza it happened right here in Orlando in subject being a review of General home on Liberty street. During All stores are compelled to acceptthe vened yesterday in Orange county's

today formally defied the conventionof Dickson-Ives department store. She Bernhardi's book, "Germany and the their absence from Orlando they keptin German mark at the valuation of temple of justice with Judge Warlow,

generals at Aguas Calientes which never turned after once coming in, Next War." This was the third of touch with this section by reading one franc, twenty-five centimes. Re- Solicitor Tilden and Clerk Wichten-

demanded his resignation as provis- but ran up the aisle 'way to the back the series of assemblies dealing with I The Sentinel, and Mr. Hall says that fusal to accept this rate of exchangemeans dahl in their accustomed places.

ional president and followed this up of the store. the general subject of the present they never missed a single paper. the closing of the store. The following jury was empaneled:

by declaring his intention of fighting "I happened to be an eye witness, European war, designed to place be- I I The immense quantity of flour and W. H. Robertson J. O. Bird, S. B.

Villa. Upon being officially informedof and it was a sight, novel in the ex fore the students and friends of the people who are soon to go out into wheat of which the Germans became Self, W. E. Williamson, L. D. Steb- j

this action the convention electing treme. Shelter behind the glass coun- institution unprejudiced material the world, a knowledge of the courtsof possessed when they occupied Ant- bins, W. L. Speer, R. L. Bunch, M. W.

Gutierrez provisional president and ters proved popular with many oth- showing both sides of the questions law is essential and Judge Che- werp is being moved by freight trainsto Holmes, Geo. A. Barker, F. T.

issued the order "to all clear and simple explanation of Louvain. Here these provisions Scruggs, E. H. Walker, C. F. Johns,
first chief ers stood in the aisles too frightenedto involved, so that they may intelligently ney's
generals, representatives and gener- move, while one little lady did a and fairly make up their own the jurisdiction and methods of pro- I are prepared for the use of the army and G. W. Bray.
Calien- the cedure of those who heard .and then sent to the German front in The first case called was the State
als and other jefes" at Aguas stunt that would put to shame any minds on the justice of causes. gave many
tes and ordered them to quit the convention famous pole vaulter or high jumper' Prof. Lenhart not only spoke of the him a new insight into the methods of Flanders.If vs. Ellis Najjor, breaking and enter-

by 6 p. m. November 10th, in the sporting world for with one subject matter of the book, but amplified the law, which may be of unsuspectedvalue II this removal of food supplies ing with intent to commit at felony.

, adding: "All generals and jefes shall bound she found herself sitting upona it somewhat with numerous perti- in after life. One of the ad- continues long at its present rate the The Seaboard Air Line ticket jffice in

immediately place themselves under counter piled high with blankets. nent observations of his own as to mirable features of the work of the people of Antwerp soon will face the this city on or about October 25th,

. the orders of the first chief and take 'Far from the maddening crowd' she the German point of view. The audi- Y. M. C. A. last year was the excel- same shortage in provisions that to- was broken into and among things

their forces," Carranza's manifesto perched while the cause of all the torium was well nigh filled with those lent line of speakers secured to ad- day is general in all other parts of missed was a mileage book.A'Najjor

virtually being an ultimatum to the trouble was exploring the interior of whom this series of talks has attracted dress the body, and the same good Belgium. was apprehended in Tampa several

convention to disband immediately. the store. Having reached the back and all gained a clearer conceptionof work has been kept up this year thus days later. The jury brought in a

Carranza is very bitter towards wall the cow turned around and start- the great economic and ethical con- far. The meetings are of great inter- verdict of guilty. ,.

Villa. lie insists that he be, thrownout ed toward the door. It was all over siderations which lie behind the more est to the young men, and the attend- LOCAL MAN TO FRONTF. j

and made to retire to private lifeso in a few minutes and she left behinda I immediate causes of the conflict. The ance is large on each occasion. After HANS SCHMIDT CASE j

that the nation may remain in burst of laughter and many weak i series is proving very valuable and Judge Cheney's talk, the association H. Williams Brother a Member <

other hands, and if he doesn't he will knees." instructive, and the next review, that I met in short business session, and of Sportsman's Brigadeof New York, Nov. 9.-Arguments for .

make a fight upon him and make him of Dr. Graves' "Secrets of the Ger- elected the following managers for London Royal' a new trial in the case of Hans 1

retire. improving them spiritually. man War Office," by Prof. E. S. I I the athletics teams: Football Shannon FusilliersMr. Schmidt, former priest, convicted: of ;

Large congregations were in at- Palmer, will be eagerly awaited. All i ; basket ball D. Henry Fordham; the murder of Anna Aumuller, were

WOULD THIRSTING FOR SIMPLE tendance at these services especiallyat i these books are intensely interestingin i baseball, J. S. Foley; tennis R. G. Rippon Sargood Williams, continued today in the supreme court j

GOSPEL, SAYS DR. E. T. the evening service.At a the light of the tremendous events Darrow; track, Leon Lewis. The brother of Mr. Frank H. Williams, of until Wednesday of next week, when .'

, POULSONAt the evening sen"icehe used which have transpired since they were I names of the following men were read this city, and who for many years it was found that some necessary pa-

"The Divine Carpenter" as a subpect published and all should be read by : for membership, and accepted: II. lived at Oakland in this county, has pers in support of the motion were !I

the services of the Baptist and presented the human side of I all who desire a full and impartialview Relis A. A. Williams L. R. Betts P. gone to the front as a member of the not ready. I

congregation held in the Lucerne the- Christ, engaged as a carpenter, in an I of the situation. i J. Harris II. G. Campbell H. R. Tro- Sportsman's Brigade of the London ;IH

ater Sunday morning Dr. E. T. Poul- unique and impressive manner. His The joint meeting of the Y. M. C. I villion, R. D. Lewter, F. II. Ward, loyal Fusilliers. This is a brigade of THE WEATHER l H

son used as a subject "The Ready discourse was truly inspiring to the A. and Y. W. C. A. this week was W. J. Hunter, F. T. Ligon, M. D. seasoned men and all with family ties. t

Man," drawing many practical lessons laboring man by dignifying labor, if addressed by Hon. John M. Cheney, Dancy, M. B. Matlack, B. L. Huntsman Mr. Williams says that by the New Florida: Fair and colder Tuesday. j

from the life and epistles of St. Paul. it is useful, even though it be hum- of Orlando a leading lawyer of that L. F. :'Mann W. :\Mizell, Ben Year there will be one million men Wednesday fair.Cosmopolitan. ;,i

Among other things he emphasizedthe ble. city, and a member of the board of Shaw, L. Fletcher, E. D. Conway, ready to send wherever needed in the

great need and desire for the trustees of the college. He spoke of Bert Walker, D. S. Wilson.On present strife, and if another millionis for December at ;;

simple Gospel delivered in a way to To be convinced of the producing the court system of the state of Flor- Saturday ening the annual in- needed they will be ready by next Curtis & O'Neal's. Watch our win- I

4 draw people nearer the Christ, thus power of Sentinel want ads.-try one. ida, and the federal courts. To young Continued on page 8)) March. dows for novelties for the holidays.r I


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and is a recognition of the great en- TRUE. CHEAP . .1.1.11. .1..11111111111111.11.11. .1 r 11.1.11 t.
BIG ROAD CONGRESS AT ergy and progress that has been madein #:

that section in the movement for 'a
1 improved roads. In 1913 about $40- LET ME BEAUTIFY YOUR GROUNDS
ATLANTAABOUT
000,000 was expended by Southern %2tIr WITH PAINT MEANS ,
WHETHER A COUNTRY ESTATEOR
states on their public roads, in addi-

5,000 GOOD ROAD tion to the labor of thousands of state The paint which covers the largest A SMALL CITY LOT
ENTHUSIASTS MEETINGAT convicts. Georgia alone had her en-

ATLANTA tire convict force, numbering nearly surface-Gives the longest service '-

5,000, engaged in road construction.The I -Lasts and looks well.THAT'S BLUE PRINTS AND DETAILED PLANTING IN-
Forty-seven National and State tremendous importance of

Road Asociations Are Tak- guarding against extravagance in S STRUCTIONS AT REASONABLE PRICES

ing Part in the road expenditures is shown by the -

Congress fact that while a recent report of the 1

census bureau indicates that the total L. Harrisons'"Town I Ii Werner F. NehrlingLANDSCAPE
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 9.-About five bonded debt of the 48 states last year

thousand men interested in good yas $419,157,000, in the single year of & Country"
roads are here today for the sessionsof 1912 the states spent about $142,000000 ,- ARCHITECTAND
the Fourth American Road Con on roads. The total indebtednesshad --

gress, which will continue throughoutthe been accumulating for years, and A The result of over a Hundred CONSULTING HORTICULTURISTIf
week. There was a large amountof in amount to oA
yet one year an equal :Years Experience. '
enthusiasm observable about the about one-third was spent on roads. contemplate planting a citrus groveit

places where the delegates congre- This subject will be dealt with exhaustively Get our free book "Cause & Effect. will pay you to get my advice.
gated. Probably no state was not at the A
congress. It tells you many things you ought to know. (.t Local for BUCKEYE
represented. Atlanta has made elab- One of the principal results hoped Agent NURSERIES -

orate arrangements for entertainingher for by the management of the con- Tampa, Fla
visitors. The city has been dec- gress will be the establishment of SOLD BY'Jos.

orated at great expense. state railway departments in the six OIHce Above PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK

Forty-seven national and state road Southern states, which have thus far Bumby Hardware Co. PHONE 570
n-io-tt
associations are taking part in the ,
failed to adopt the plan of state supervision -
congress, prominent being the American namely, Georgia, South For the last Twenty-five Years.MtttltmgiMttHUHMIIMMMiaiMIIMIMMIIIBII. i
t Highway association, the American Carolina, Florida, Tennessee, Mississippi I f.11I II' .1111. . ,
r Automobile association, the Amer- I -
and Texas. Aside from these -
ican Bar association, the American six states only Indiana and oMntana ;I

t Bankers' association, and the National have failed toestablish state highway
Civil Service Reform League. departments for educational or con- :i CONWAY NURSERIES

Many railroads have put on special constructive work.
trains for the and the
congress good I
GROWERS AND DEALERS IN
roads of Georgia have been tested

by hundreds delegates of here.motor cars bearingthe HELP COMES QUICKLYWhen | All Leading Varieties of Citrus Trees jj jjR. i

Hjomei is Used For Head ,
Besides the addresses and discus- Colds Catarrh or Croup. I I I T. PEEL, Proprietor. _
sions there are many social features When your head is all stuffed up
and exhibitions covering 40,000 square causing you dull headaches, difficult!'i Local Salesman BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
.
I'1
breathing, constant sniffling, and you J Glen St. Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATE '. \ ON FORD CARS
feet of floor space. The U. S. govern- feel generally miserable, there is LOWER PRICES
ment exhibit comprises accurate mod- nothing quite equal to IIJ omei to give Box 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando Florida. a
Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
els of every type of road from the I quick, effective and lasting benefit- I' 924tfiMlllillllMMHIIM9IMim9teiHMHfl
imperial roads of ancient Rome to the : yet perfectly harmless, simple to use 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc-
and inexpensive.To IHOBOIIIII tion during that time:
modern boulevard and county market get quick and certain relief
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road. from catarrh or a cold it is most important Car $555.00
Touring ,
Among those expected to address i, that the medication goes directly 1--------- I 1'1
; to the inflamed tissue lining SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ? Runabout 505.00F.
the congress are Fairfax Harrison, the air passages. That's the Hy-
president of the Southern Railway; i omei method. Just put a few dropsof FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA O. B. Orlando. All cars fully equipped. II

L. W. Page, director of the U. S. I that antiseptic comes with Hjomei in complete the inhaler out- FOR WOMEN I I GAINESVILLE Farther we will be able to obtain the maxiaara efficiency 1'1'II IIin
office of public roads; U. S. every I, our factory production and the minimum cost in car
fit, and breathe it-you will feel bet- _
Senator I TALLAHASSEE. ha.in. and aln department if 'e reach an eutjat of
J. II. Bankhead, ter at once. It clears the head, quickly I {'I 300.800 par car between the above dates
Arts and Sciences Normal School
relieves the in the chest College of : : I
W. Shackleford .
tightness
sey Representative I School of Music; School of Expression; And should we reach this production we agree t pay .a
Win. P. Borland, and many state com- and that chocked-up feeling, all disagreeable -, School of Art: Extension Division: Graduate I 8 Colleges and Divisions: Liberal Arts: the buyer's ahare from $4* to $'. per car ton or about
nasal discharges, watery School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming :, Law; Engineering Agriculture; TeachersCollege August 1.1JI5) to every retail buyer who purchase a newF.r3
missioners of highways.This eyes and dull headaches surely will I pool; basket ball and tennis courts;new and Experiment Station; Extension Di- car between Aniu 1. 1914 and A_gnat 1. 1915. I
modern buildings beautiful dormitories vision Graduate School. Ten brick buildings
; campus: ; new -
afternoon Governor and :Mrs. cease. I i have all modern convenienee.; new beeules gymnasium, swimming pool and For further particular regarding thee low prien and profit
Slaton gave a reception in the Geor- So certain is McElroy's Pharmacyof I, dining room and kitchen most hygienic in many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers instructors baring plan, ace
the curative powers of Hyomei for Florida. 418 ;young ladies from 49 counties and assistants. 354 ;young; men
gia state capitol to the delegates, visitors catarrh, croup, asthma, and similar I and 12 states last session. Florida counties and 24 State and F. G. RUSH,
and
TUITION FREE in College NormalI foreign countries last se.siou.
and their families. All the At- diseases, that he sells it on the "No- i I SchooL Bo:-rd acd entrance foes for the TUITION FREE: Hoard and Entrance Fees
lanta clubs are keeping open house cure-no-pay" plan w & f j i ;year 12400. For catalogue write $132.50 per ;year. Write today for catalogue Phone 226
I I EDWARD CONRADL President : A. A. MUIiniREE. PresidentRead
for the delegates. .
T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
This is the first of the I
meeting
Conscientious work at fair prices. the Want ads in The Sentinel -I =
American Road Congress_in the South I Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf

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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
be sold for enough money to reduce the cost of the balance 1 o. money bigger prospects.

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

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


own real estate broker or sold by any broker in Orlando. Private -
acres planted I 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.



ASEVEN ROOM HOUSE--NEW, lot 70x180-46 bearing Orange trees and enough ground to make a good garden. Wilhin a block ol a lake. Price $1500 easy terms if taken this week : ; ;




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Surplus Inrorporated$25OOO.00paidup 25,000.00 Ort .ndc>, F'loricleiMortgages $50,000.00 Responsibility::




Bought and Sold, and Guaranteed by our Company. Resources $50,000. No Liabilities.Total i .

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BIG COTTON LOSS Eat what you want.
FLORIDA COUNTIES Eat all you want.
Take and it.
a postscript forget
Washington, Nov. 9.-War's effecton
GOT NAMES Uneeda Biscuit the price of cotton and cotton seed For sale by all druggists.l-7-d&w-lyr

Nourishment-fine fla- has caused a loss of about $455,000000 ,- GRANDI
to American cotton fanners this Read the Sentinel want ads.

NAMED: AFTER PATRIOTS vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness. year, it was announced today by the f i
flfND INDIANS-SHO'V I All .j'' bureau of crop estimates of the department I

SPANISH INFLUENCE I for 5 cents, in the of agriculture.The !
ANNOUNCEMENTMR. 'r rIAE
estimate .
I moisture-proofpackage. experts base their on
It Is Interesting to Read of the the shrinkage of prices this year,
Derivation of Florida County compared with those of last year. FRITZ IIAUER has opened a II I

Names. -All) Counties This year's prices are the lowest that
Violin StudioROOM I "
Listed
have prevailed since 1898.
I Cotton prices on November 1 aver- HElL
The counties of Florida were 1 aged 6.3 cents per pound, while a year 8 ROCK BLDG.
named largely for illustrious American i
ago the price was 13 cents. This reduction ,
soldiers and statesmen, particularly -
represents a total shrinkageof For particulars call at the address.
In a singing and dancing act. The cleverest and
of the revolutionary and repub- income of cotton farmers for lint
lic-forming periods. The stirring cotton of about $425,000,000. I Hours! 9:00 to 12:00 a.m.TPiifree. I most attractive single act that has appeared here
deeds of these patriots were still sold f this season.
Cotton seed was by producerson !
fresh in the minds of the
county October 1 at about $15.25 a ton,
farmers, who took this method of while a year ago the price was about !


while counties keeping others their have show memory sonorous the influence alive.Indian Several names of the, GRAHAM food for CRACKERSA day. $22 shrinkage a ton. This of about reduction$30,000,000.The representsa t.[ "Oll W '


early Spanish origin and occupation.The significance. of these Crisp, delicious every and pound average to producers price on of November cotton per 1 I L Y rr Him B Best tJ'j

states
strengthening. Fresh by was:
county names has been traced by the JEWELER
North Carolina 6.5 South
cents I
baked and fresh de ;
United States geological survey, with d j An Edison special feature complete in two
Carolina, 5.6 cents; Georgia, Alabamaand 1
the assistance of history students livered. 10 cents. Louisiana and Texas, 6.2 cents; I EXPERT WATCH MAKERI parts, featuring Mabel Trunelle."Snataille's .
within the I
state. Tennessee, :Mississippi: and Arkansas,
Nassau county had its name trans- 6.1 cents, and Oklahoma, 6.0. I make a specialty of Fine
ferred from the Duchy of Nassau in Watch, Clock and Jewelery Repairing -
Germany. A county in New York is o I ; Diamond Setting,Ring "
$125,000; FIRE SWEPT OVER THE
similarly called. I i STOCKYARDS AT KANSAS ;! and Spectacle Repairing. e Most Popular Lady y

Duval county was named in honorof I CITY SATURDAY : Bring me repairs others have ,
William P. Duval, territorial gov- I failed to do, and I will repair
ernor in 1822-1834. them satisfactorily or no charge. Another oi those screaming Essany comedies.
Kansas City, \Io.-A fire that My prices are reasonable.
Baker owes its name to James :M.: burned fiercely for several horus Sat- I

Baker, formerly judge of the fourth urday swept over the Kansas City

judicial district of Florida. stockyards and destroyed thirty acres CHAS. VATER "

from Bradford county Bradford derives who its name of pens, covering one-third of the "Tn Glue I 01 I P Police li

killed in Captain battle on an island, in was the N FAROA cattle was alittle section more of the than yards.$125,000 The, loss ac JEWELEREast

western part of the state. delightful new biscuit cording to stockyard officials.It Pine Street, at Young's ,
Clay is one of fifteen counties. Repair Shop
was believed a cigar stub thrownin
with rich
the United States named in honor of a and the ll-4-d&w-lm A Kalem society drama.
hay started blaze.
Henry Clay, the Kentucky statesman. delicious cocoanut fla

Putnam, with counties in eight vor. Crisp and always --- -- -- ---
other states, bears the name of Gen- fresh. xo cents. II . nine III Cllli IIII . 1.11 .111.1 1.111 tO
BETTER THAN EVER
eral Israel Putnam, revolutionary war

hero.St. O Oando Paint and Wall Co.
from. Saint Johns Johns county river took, which its name was orrr 1 1rte. o Paper ii "THAT ORCHESTRA"THIS

called by the Spanish discoverers San .
Juan Baptisa (St. John the Baptist) High Grade Paints, Oils, Varnishes -
AGENTS FOR
because it was first seen upon this Kaisomlne, Wall Pa- BIG SPECIAL SHOW FOR ONLY

saint's day.Colusia Patton Sun Proof Paper, Wall Board, Roof- r,

county derived its name Paints ing, Brushes, Etc. FIVE AND TEN CENTS
from a town within its limits sup-
posed to have bene named for Volus, ; SOLD AT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Orange Ave.
Buy biscuit baked
an English settler. by t THE SUN ORLANDO/' FLORIDA t What More Can You Ask?
Lake is one of twelve counties in :
NATIONAL BISCUIT

proximity the Union to so lakes.named because of their' COMPANY Special Wall Paper 3000 Rolls, at 5c. i iI

Orange county took its name from
Always look for that Name 11111"IIII'IIIIIII"&I'lt'III I'II'IOIIIIIIIII"tt
its extensive A
orange groves. coun-
ty in southern California obtained its tneflI
name in the same manner. "

Osceola bears the name of a cele- Suwannee county took its name

brated Seminole Indian chief. The from the river. It is an Indian word I ROLLINS COLLEGE :winter i Park:
name refers to amedicine drink used variously interpreted, but is probably ..
by the tribe in certain ceremonies. It derived from sawani, signifying 'Ii I THE MARKETOf
has been used in many parts of the "echo" or "echo river." Oldest College and Most Beautiful in Florida

United States. Madison is one of numerous coun- College, Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Art, Do-
Brevard county owes its name to ties named in honor of President J. mestic and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's C
Doctor Brevard, author of the Meck- Madison. Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire pro-
lenburg (S. C.) Declaration of Inde- Taylor owes its name to General tection, fine gymnasium, no maaria, quarter million dollar AND SALT MEATS

pendence.Dade Zachary Taylor, for whom counties in endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ,
was named for :Major: Francis three other states were so called. a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new FISH AND GAME

I.. Dade, of the Seminole war, for Jefferson county was probably rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New Kept under tbe best sanitary conditions.
whom counties in Georgia and Mis- named for President Jefferson, whose chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every
Everything screened away from the flies, and kept freak!
souri were also named. name is borne by counties in twentytwo modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water.
Monroe is one of the seventeen states. Preparation for engineering course. and pure.

counties named in honor of President Leon county is a namesake of Poncede Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
James :Monroe.: Leon, the Spanish explorer, whose Christian but undenominational; expenses moderate. everything in the Meat Line.
Lee, with counties in six other name is so linked with Florida. Scholarships available. For catalogue address
Southern states, honors the memoryof Wakulla county was named for the The PARLOR MARKET
General Robert E. Lee. famous spring near the gulf coast.It WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN
DeSoto county owes its name to is an Indian word meaning "mys ,
H. & Co.
M. Self
Hernando de Soto, discoverer of the tery." Ph. D. LL. D.. President.

Mississippi river. Counties in Mississippi Gadsden took its name from James ...+.. ( .. .#
PINE STREET
and Louisiana and several Gadsden, the American statesman.
cities have his name. Liberty county was named from the
Phone No. 80
Manatee county was so named sentiment which actuates the American &

from the presence of the sea cow or people. Counties in Georgia and

manatee along the coast. Texas are similarly called. . . .I.IIIIII.II.III.II..il. l..i
Hillsborough county was so calledin Jackson, with counties in eighteen :

honor of the English Earl of Hills- other states,, was named for General .South Nurseries.
Apopka
borough, for whom a New Hampshire Andrew Jackson. ii ii
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county was also named. Calhoun county owes its name to j
Polk is one of eleven counties tak- John C. Calhoun, of South Carolina, A Season For ; ; All the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange :
ing their names from President vice-president in 1825-1833. Longer Trees, thrifty, well-rooted and clear of all diseases.
i i New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family It
named in
James K. Polk. Washington was probably
Florida Citrus Fruits I FREE. Address
Pasco county was named for Sen- honor of the first president of the
ator Pasco. United States, whose name is borne :
Heretofore Florida fruits have had short The
too a season.
. Hernando by thirty-one counties. .South Nurseries
took the first
county fineprices usually secured for late oranges and grapefruit could : .. Apopka ...
name of Ilernando de Soto, the ex Walton county derived its name ;
be had on a much larger volume of fruit than the State now t
from Colonel Walton, of Georgia.
plorer. : OCOEE FLORIDA :
. markets and for a longer period. ;
Sumter bears the of Santa Rosa was given the name ofa 1 1I
county name !
Nurseries have the of late varieties for 9-4-tf
Buckeye urged planting i
saint of the Roman Catholic church.
General Thomas
a revolutionary officer, -
Sumter, for whom Fort Sumterwas Escambia county took its name many years. Many of the most prosperous growers of the State I .'II.III..I..IIIII..e.-.I. MIM .. ll l,
and
owe their success to this advice. The best late oranges
named. from Escambia river. The name is II II II II II 1111 .
grapefruit were introduced by Buckeye Nurseries. 1111111111111.1111. III II II II II II II
probably derived from the Spanish

cause Citrus of county the abundance was so named of orange be- change.cambiar", meaning "barter" or "ex- {j Buckeye Nurseries Catalog SPRAY NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE 1

groves. The word especially refersto
a small of trees of the I SCHNARR'S, INSECTICIDE SPRAY i
genus orange ---- -- -- Tells What to PlantAlso 1
family. BEST SELECT OYSTERS 50c. Quart C
Levy county took the name of a it gives suggestions for selecting location of grove and on every other Ci
prominent politician. TheWaldeckerFishCo phase of citrus fruit culture. It is a complete guide to success and all its i Kills every \Vhite Fly Larvae, Scale, Rust Mite '
Alachua advice has been tried out in the experience of successful growers. and Red Spider that i is hit. Removes sooty mold !
county has a Greek or FOR FISH AND OYSTERS Varieties are described in detAil; many of them are illustrated in natural 1.
:Muskogee: Indian name meaning colors. Some of the best groves of the State are pictured to show proper H and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September i
. "grassy, marshy plain." Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP. methods of planting cultivation,fertilization,spraying,marketing etc. and October are two of the best months for i
Lafayette is one of the numerous 5 Too expensive to permit of indiscriminate distribution the book is free to spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents insects f
:M.: and W. O. COX all intending planters. You will be welcome to a copy if you write for it -
geographical namesakes of the :Marquis : 10-23-tf 1 while e have a supply on hand-edition is limited. .. from sapping trees all winter, and brings them

American de la revolutionists.Fayettte, who aided the -.- -- #' BUCKEYE NURSERIES out in a good, healthy condition in the spring, thus 1.j

Columbia county, with a host of Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST lQ 36 CITIZENS. BANK BUILDINGBuckeyeTrees insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom. s
"TAMPA, FLA.
other places, honors the name of the .
discoverer of America. J. SCHNARR & CO.. Orlando, Florida. ;:

Hamilton is one of eight countiesin
the country owing their name to Will open an office at Bear Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure the White Fly ,

Alexander Hamilton, the statesmanand 117 S. Orange A\e., over Curtis 8O'Neal's i Fungi. 9-9 D. and W 2-M
Store, about Nov. 20.
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THE DAILY SIDELIGIITS work.Times-Union. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wilde and their

Florida'Sentinel It also protects you from the cold grandson Master Ernest Wilder of I I -

South (By W. S. Branch) shoulder of your creditors the icy Grand Rapids, Mich., who are among
MORNING AND WEEKLYW. Vittoria E. Orland is the name of stare of your enemies and the frigid the regular winter residents here I'I 4i
M. GLENN .... .._...............Editor the minister of of the I II
W. C. ESSI.NGTON ....liuiinrM Manager justice new looks of your industrious neighbors. have arrived and will spend the sea-I
--- French cabinet. He lacks only one
son in their pretty home on Putnam I
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida II
as Second Class Mail Matter. letter of having a mighty good name, Mrs. Annie A. White writes to The street. T I I

SUBSCRIPTION RATES whatever his other qualifications may Sentinel from Baltimore to hold her
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 The Elks' memorial services are to I
be. she
Daily 6 Months ...................... 2.50 paper, as expects to reach Orlando be held at the Grand theater Sunday,
Gaily 3 Months ...................... 1.25 -()- at an early date. All of which
December 6th. The committees in
Daily. 1 Month .. .... .6<1
.o..o..o. About the worst we can of some be
will
say gratifying news to her
weekly 1 Year .................... $1.00 many charge of the memorial anticipate I
Weekly. 6 Months.........o.......... ;;5 of those "Late Original Songs" by friends in this city. 1 I giving the public a program of unus-
Lambright, in the Tampa Tribune, is I
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN I The F. A. Johnson Olivet Com- :, ual features and talents. Detailed i
ADVANCETO that they are just about on an even
manderj't Knights Templar will hold announcements will come later. I
grade with some of the present "best
ADVERTISERS: sellers" on the music counters. If its regular meeting Thursday night i I j i State Attorney Joseph H. Jones
Copy for display and all other hand-tet at 7:30 o'clock conferring the temple ': went to DeLand yesterday afternoon
should take himself
advertising must be handed in at the baoiness Mr. Lambright II I
degree Milton Boyer, of San- where he will the
Volusia
upon at
office .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. seriously and have one of them published appear
the day before publication. Thia rule applies circuit court, Judge J. W. Perkins
to chances for contract advertising: it is he might make a hit and his ford.A I,
invariable and fill be strictly adhered to. fortune. large number of Italian laborers presiding. Some time ago Mr. Jones j t
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued arrived in Orlando yesterday after was named state attorney of this dis
should notify the office in writing on -()-
the date of expiration otherwise it will be Sulzer may get some satisfactionout noon over the Atlantic Coast Line I I Lkth(
continued at the regular subscription rates. rnlci[
until notice to stop is received. of the election, but darned if we from points in Tennessee and North
Telephone Numb r .... .. .. ............. 24 can see where it comes in.-Tampa Carolina to pick and pack oranges, so
is informed.Dr. trict.IVIcCULLOCH'S i
Tribune. The Sentinel
NOVEMBER
TUESDAY 10, 1914 I
Wouldn't it be some satisfaction to I
--- ---'- and Mrs. Julius King of Cleveland -

LOCAL OVERFLOW you to make Roosevelt "look like 30 Ohio, who have spent so many

:Mesdames Limerick Topliff and I cents?" especially if Roosevelt had winters in Orlando that they have almost i

Jackson's division of the Baptist La- helped to make you look like 30 cents lost track of the number were

dies' Aid Society will hold a rummage not so very long since He also as- among the arrivals Sunday night. I
: j Department Store I
sale Friday and Saturday November13th sisted in the obsequies of his old en- The ,Kings built "Virginia Heights,"

and 14th. at Baraca Hall. Sat- emy Glynn. one of the show places in the city

urday afternoon and evening they -()- now the home of Mr. and Mrs. James I MANY
Dr. W. S. King of Ashtabula Ohio HI.VENEER.
will have home made cake and candy. Laughlin
ll-10-5t* who owns a pretty winter home in''' '
Orlando, got hit by the Republican ,i, I China and A custom is established, many a
:Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Inglis of Sum-
cyclone that struck Ohio last Tuesday i project is launched, many a style, origin-
mitville, Ind., are the recent
among CORESALL
arrivals in Orlando. They will spenda and was defeated for the office of i, Glassware ated and suggestions carried out among
congressman by John G. Cooper, of j LENGTHS AND ANY the feminine
week or more looking over this sec- gender over nn afternoon cup
Youngstown. While sympathizing | QUANTITY
tion with a view to locating. While of tea. They have been
helpful to
Special prices for October. very us.
with the Doctor in his defeat if it I Cooking
here they will make their home at the j Stock before cold weather.
allows him to spend more time in Orlando !i up Many of our successes have been traced
FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
Melrose. Mr. Inglis was for a num-
his many friends here will be j Also Utensils to this source of passing the good news
ber Ii
of years engaged in the publish-
ing business. the gainers. OAK WOOD I along and we have tried to deserve this.

The Chicago Glee Club, as givenat The skunk brings--annually to the I: Orlando Wood YardB. ; ; Watch window for Mon- i I Our success is due, from our point of view,

the Grand theater last night, was trappers in the United States about I W. Kingsley, Proprietor ; ; day specials. in studying the fashions very closely, and

an entertainment of unusual class and three million dollars. It seems to us PINE STREET AND R. R. I demonstrating here positively the very
distinctiveness. Talent to an amaz- in Telephone<<: 344 128 S. Orange Avenue i latest in
would be
that. there more sense I 9-30 vogue.
ing degree exhibited throughoutthe
was
spending less cents for so many I
program which was very inter- scents. : (MIIMttMUMIMMUMM'iA ; Our Millinery
esting. The performance was the
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first number of seven which will be I I
inI
The letter "n" is bottom end up and
included in the Grand lecture
course.
the street sign, "Colonial Drive, on
The number will be No- I
next given
North Orange avenue. We do not Rare OpportunityThe
vember 19th by the Edwin R. Weeks ReadytoWearDepartments
think this is sufficient cause for the

company. impeachment of Commissioner S. A. j
The Peoples National Bank of Or- Johnson nevertheless we dislike to Crawford home place at No. JOS America exhibits the last words of

lando has had printed a condensed report stand on our head every time we read j street must be sold at once. The lot has a front- Fashion's fancies, and our prices are re-

the as currency.rendered The to the prosperous comptrollerof con- the sign. -()- j age of 83 feet and 333 feet deep. The house+ con- markably interesting, astonishingly low. _

dition of the bank is indicated by the tains six rooms, but is not modern in appointments
About the best protection from cold
new loans made during the months of weather is to be wrapped up in your though it could easily be made so. I have the exclusive -
July August September and October
which totalled $150,760.32. Mr. Chas.P. -- -- handling of this property and am preparedto LET US DEMONSTRATE TO YOU OUR

Dow, cashier of the bank, stated .11 II 111111111111111. 0 .. offer you a GREAT BARGAIN. Remember, it EFFICIENCY

that only $32,000 of the $240,000 MUST BE SOLD if interested.
1 so see me at once
worth of bonds issued by the city of T. F. HOURiHAr Our New Standards of Values will Con-

Orlando remained. In :May, 1913 the I
Licensed Plumber and f j wince You.rr _
first issue of bonds, amounting to
2
Sanitary EnginecrEstimates
140,000, on sewerage were issued.
Later the $100,000 of paving bonds Furnished. Jobbing
Promptly Attended to. S. Y. WAY
constituting the second issue were

given out. Mr. Dow expressed the PHONE 629 i t

belief that within a very short time 106 Court Street
Insurance and Real Estate
all of the bonds would be disposed of. Agent s
ORLANDO, FLORIDA J

r I'r RED MEN ATTENTION 111111111111.111111111.1..1.&-21-1m i I PHONE 172Huyler's :


You are hereby notified that a special I 1 1e4 r i
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l pOw-wow of Econlockhatchee II 111111111 II II 0 111111111 ct .. u 11111111111 r 11111.' a
( Tribe No. 23, Improved Order of Red : :

r Men will be held on the setting of fp,9 BonbonsAssorted Chocolates ,
f the 10th sun, beaver moon (November ,

I 10, 1914)), at the 7th run, 30th Nutted Chocolates Salted Nuts just re-

f breath, and you are earnestly requested ceived by Express. Every package guaran-

r to be present. teed by Huyler and McElroy's Pharmacy.


f TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR PHARMACY PHONE NO. 20. ESTABLISHED 34 YEARS

RENT-Five modern rooms
furnishrd for light housekeeping. tM . .IIIII..I.I III..II..I..II.I.II.I.III.I..allII'IIIIIII'IIIIIIII 'I'-
406 E. Colonial Drive, corner Broad- I -
way. ll-10-6t ; . . I.II.II.tt .IIIIII.IIIIIIII..III..

FOR RENT-Nice furnished rooms;
good location and low price. Inquire -
601 East Central avenue. Phone
t- 591. 11-10-6tc BIG BENLook MIDDY BLOUSES

FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice-
ly furnished rooms; gas separate Seem to attract the debutante We would
bath new house adults only. 604
:Magnolia avenue.; 11-10-tf- Big Ben square in the back in Evans' like to show you our splendid range of de-
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FOR SALE-1913 Hupmobile touringcar window---he's good all round and good all signs, and new Fabrics.-They are worthy
through. of than
more
; the best bargain in a used car a passing glance.Men's .
we have ever had. Come by and lookit If "handsome is as handsome
does"---Big Ben's
over. Orlando Auto and Supply Co.

J 11-10-3tc beauty is more'n skin deep.

FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms

t near for ch light...iches housekeeping and hotels; ;quiet east neighborhood side-; See those great, strong, handy keys that make Furnishings

Palmetto; reasonable street. rent. Inquire 11-10-3t 207* his wind up so easy--- and the broad deep-toned Young men listenVe! have just re- .

ceived a full line of New Suits from the fa-

EXCELLENT piano used by TONED Prof. Newell's PIANO-The orches- bell he sounds, so your get up is pleasing.Big mous firm ofBART .

tra opening at the was Caruthers furnished& Gore by grocery the H. Ben stands seven inches from tip to toe---big, faithful, SCHAFFNER & MARX

Montgomery Smith Piano Company, with large clean-cut hands See Them
Court street. 11-10-ltc ,plainly seen in the dim morning light,
They are priced just to meet your pocket.
I MAKE A SPECIALTY of planting He rings you up at any time you say-steady for five minutesor

orange. guaranteed and grapefruit to live.trees References; 98 percent on and off for ten-stops short in either call at a nudge from

Address furnished., Box Charges 222, Ocoee$6.00, Fla.per acre. you. He took the Blue Ribbon at the Fair. See special display

11-10-lmoc today in our window.

LOST-Linoleum covered brass tool
box cover yellow, between Peoples
National Bank and Lockhart Fla., DICKSONIVES CO.
last Friday. Will pay for return.
Chas. P. Dow cashier Peoples National -
Bank. 11-10-tfc T. H. EVANSJEWELER

} LOST-On Saturday, pointer dog
mostly white wire scar just healing; .DEP ARTMENT
on left hip. Answers to name of STORE.
Max. Wore collar with Orlando licence. .. ..
Any information will be appreciated -
and paid for by II. C. Mc- ORLANDO'S
FAVORITE
Daniel. ll-lO-3t Orlando Orange Avenue Florida SHOPPING PLACE


Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's

Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
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!numbers in her usual sweet style.: MMMMMMMMMMMMMJFAVORTE i-= iOiII1.. t
Miss Susan Dyer, of the Rollins fac-

@rluttbn nrttty ulty, rendered several selections on THEATRE jj GET IT AT ALLEN'S ClCU'I
the violin, accompanied by Mrs. W. R.
j O'Neal, which were greatly enjoyed.An I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I; i
-Edited By Miss! Eliza Wright -
address by Rev. John Stagg followed I I
Admission .
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deploring the war and speak- I "S .
ing kindly of all the nations engagedin ::1
MEEKLY. SOCIAL CALENDARNov. commission, no entrance fee charged.The it, and asking aid for the starvingand 'iMIMMMMBIMIIMMIMTODAY'S
9th-14th departments will be art, Mrs. homeless Belgians. A beautiful PROGRAM "CAROLINA" I!

Louis Dolive; fancy work and house- three-part reel of "Esther," a Biblical "
Xestor. "The Den of Thieves, with "The Carolina"Is
Tuesday hold articles, Mrs. Joe Cheney; cooked story, concluded the program, after Wallace Ried and Dorothy Daven- i 11 / I II
3 p.m.-Sorosis Club; Current Events, foods, Miss Mary Holt. which :Mr.: O'Neal announced the fine port I s i
Mesdames Christ, Cheney, Forde, Nominated for Lubin. "A Red Hot Courtship." a pattern of heavy
State Regent collection of $75 and the free use of
and Whitman. "
Rex. "A Woman in Black. A detective -I
Social Afternoon, parlors :Methodist The many friends of Mrs. Sarah the Lucerne by Mr. Kent, also thank- drama, with Edna :Morrison: 1 I
church. Moore Carruth, of Tampa, will be delighted ing Mrs. Brigham and those who Herbert Rawlinson, Wm. Worthington sterling silver, modest
Younger :Matrons Card Club, Mrs. to learn that she has been I helped her to arrange such a success- Frank Lloyd and Eugene Or- t
Allan Weathersby, hostess. and beautiful, pieces are
8 Mendelssohn Club Choral rehearsal nominated for D. A. R. state ,regent. ful entertainment for so worthy a mond. tI
p. Universal Boy.MA Day in His Life sI
Presbyterian lecture room. She has served as state viceregentfor cause. The audience rose and sang Story," with Little :\Iatty.T. n furnished bright, rich I.
Wednesday two years, and is amply qualifiedto "America." Much thanks is due Mr.
3 p.Bourne m.Pollyanna, hostess. Club, Mrs. Hal fill the exalted position to which :McIntosh and his orchestra for the W. Mathews and A. L. Beck D and resplendent in their I

Unity Circle; took review, Miss her friends desire to see her elevated. selections they rendered. Next Sun- went to Daytona Beach Sunday. They U I
Gordon. Sister Carlotta Elected day another of these concerts will be reflecting surfaces.
Club. will remain their on a fishing trip, returning -
Wednesday Card State U. D. C. convention came to given for the same cause. Those in
Equal Suffrage League, Unity tomorrow.
a close in Kissimmee after a most interesting charge wish to that the plat will
Chapel. i say "John
George R. Paschal, of Jacksonville, Hancock"made
Thursday session. Sister Esther Car- be passed for the offering, but if any
8 p.m.Rosalind Club; "gentlemen's lotta was re-elected president, makingher one wishes to give toward the cause with the Groover-Stewart Drug com-

evening.Dean and" :Mrs. Remsen "at home." fifth consecutive year as presidentof before that time, Mayor Sperry will business pany, was matters.in Orlando yesterday on in sterling silver,

U. D. C.'s meeting at home of Dea- the Florida division. Practically all receive the donations.
coness the other members of the executive Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hickman have beautifully ornamented
Parkhill.Friday Motor to Country Estate
board were re-elected. The next con- arrived from Clarksburg, W. Va., to
Young Matrons Card Club, Sunday morning seventeen of Mr. and finished with
3 p.m.- vention will be held the first Wednes- spend their seventh season in the City carefulness -
:Mrs. Hal Beardall, hostess, :Mrs. M. J. Daetwyler's friends motored to t
Frank D. Guernsey, honoree. day of May, 1915, city of meting to Beautiful. i
his country estate, Twin Lake Shores, of detail, and an
Saturday be announced later.Iosalind Miss Margaret Edwards arrived '
and partook of his hospitality at a
Nullos l- tess.Club, Miss Margaret Hart, Club Election picnic dinner. yesterday afternoon and will assist ll (air of elegance.

< The members of the Rosalind Club I At Home Monday Mrs. L. R. Cornish in the Tea and

Miss Helen Drew Returns held the annual election of officers I Mrs. W. R. O'Neal, llrs.Iallory Rest Room which proved so popularlast We have a complete
Miss Helen Drew returned to Stet- Monday afternoon in their beautiful season. r ?
I and Miss O'Neal were at home to stock of these two
son University Monday afternoon club house on North Orange avenue. :their friends on Monday afternoon. Mr. Preston Long, a former resi- pat
after spending the week-end with the Miss Margaret Hart, one of the char- I dent of Orlando, but who is now liv- terns. D
Misses Slemons. ter members, was elected president; ing in Atlanta, left yesterday for his
Epworth League Meets Mrs. S. L. Gedge, vice-president; Miss II I r ri LOCAL AND PERSONAL home after a visit to his parents, Mr. John Hancock" "Carolina"

The Epworth League mission study Eloise Robinson, secretary; Mrs. Geo. and Mrs. J. Y. Long. "

class met in the Methodist church Newell, treasurer, which office she i Mrs. Eliza Hunt, of Minneola, is :Mr.: T. A. Mann, the Pine street I i len &; c
parlor last evening, continuing the has held 21 years, since the organization visiting Mrs. J. A. Abberger for a few grocer, is going to put on another of -,
reading on "Africa, the Dark Conti- of the club. Board of managers, I.days. his attractive sales for housekeepers.Read n JEWELERS
:Mesdames: Goodrich, O'Neal, Miller
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nent. his ad. in another column. It
Messrs. W. A. Adams, P. L. Star-
Fashion Hint I Whitman, Edwards, C. B. Robinson, ,
bird and Robert Cohoon are spending will interest you. J ;; RELIABLE REPAIRING. "MING GUARANTEED."
Short skirts with trains are the latest and L. Giles. This club is the centerof j today in Jacksonville on business. Mrs. Bessie Simpson, Kissimmee's'
vogue, trains being used on most all social activity during the win- :
efficient and accommodating postmistress -
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all the new evening gowns. With the ter months in the city and gives many I II. E. Campbell went to Titusville spent Sunday in Orlando, :', -7E5!
,and Fort Pierce yesterday, selling a
short skirt all the around the elaborate functions, the "open house" .
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way the of Dr. and Mrs.V. C. Per- '
train gives a rather odd appearance, reception on New Year's being an an- Ford car while away. He will return guest '.. MMMiMMMM IMMMMMM

for it hangs separately from the waist nual event. I' today. son. I'' :
over the very short skirt. Lucerne Benefit Concert Mrs. S. S. Moore, of Tampa, who Mr. L. L. Payne, of the Southern i':I :; j jI

To Hold Bazaar Great success attended the concert has been visiting Mrs. H. C. McDan- Fertilizer company, went to Jackson- j:
iels, returned to her home yesterday ville last evening where he will re- !:
The Young Women's Auxiliary of given Sunday afternoon to raise fundsto to''
main for several days attending
the Presbyterian .church will hold a aid the Belgians. lion. W. R. afternoon.The I
most attractive and unique bazaar on O'Neal opened with a short address,1 hunting season opens Friday, business. }I,
the last Friday and Saturday of this stating the object of the movement, November 20th. Persons desiring Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bailey and Pan Cake FlourNow

month, November 27th and 28th. It and was followed by Dean Remsen ina t hunting licenses can secure them from daughter, of Manton, Mich., are ex- ;,'I

will be conducted similar to a wo very suitable talk asking the gener- the county judge. pected to arrive in Orlando this even- : is the time for Cakes
ing and will be at their pretyt home, and Maple
man's exchange. Any one in the cityor ous support of the audience for sucha The annual session of the Florida
neighboring towns desiring to sell deserving cause. :Mrs. Forerst conference of the Methodist church 14 east Livingston avenue, for an- ,i' Syrup. We have a fresh supply of Flour.

their handiwork may enter the bazaar Dabney Carr, accompanied by Miss \; will be held in Arcadia commencingon other season. i I I,
and pay the Auxiliary 15 per cent. Roberta Branch, gave three beautiful December 9th. The market for oranges and grape- Maple Syrup in cans or bottles.
fruit in the North has been injuredby

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hopes of big prices, has made a mess ,
of the situation, and all of Florida is "' Whole Wheat Flour.

I hurt by the greed of the few.OSTEOPATHY.


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The Right to Die tional values.



Two-part Broncho. A dramatic argument, proving the selfishness of suicide.


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PEOPLE'S ANTS1IUNNUIAKERS MRS. on HORTON'S sale at Estes'Chrysanthemumsare Drug Store, Dumber, Laths and SI"1iI"1.gles:

Pierce Electric Co., McElroy's Drug
Store, and 710 Kuhl avenue. 4-6t

WANTED-Dressmaking of any kind,
Notices of Lost Wanted. For Sale. For all work guaranteed and prices very
Rent, etc.. for this column. 25c. for one day reasonable. Mrs. J. A. Evans. Phone
SOe. for three days or ".08 for one week for 220. No. 200 East Robinson avenue.
25 .rd..r leu. Honey .".t accompany 10-29-2w ..
the advertisements for this column, aa no
insertions will be made on credit. LARGE, AIRY ROOMS in new, mod-
ern home, not excelled in the city ORLAN"DO
FOR SALE-One horse. 613 Veach for location and surroundings. Kitch-
street. 11-4-tf enette if desired. 14 E. Amelia next
door to the Wyoming. 11-3-tf

FOR SALE OR RENT Attractive
NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
house, furnished
room or un- ;
seven
furnished; best residence section. 10-25-tf to adults only. 409 Delaney street. H\Ml: Cement, Aflatile Plaster and Perfection Lime
Also fine building lots on lake at a
great bargain to those who will build - ------ ---
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Address Owner, care Sentinel, or six adults. Address Kentucky Home, . . e It 0 . 111I r I I . . r r ,. l'. ........ . I . I t 'I .n I J ..
phone 520. 10-31-1m Orlando, Lake ""' I I I I I I' I '" I M I" I. 'I I '
511 Palmer street,

" INVESTIGATIONA FOR SALE-Good boat wagon; can Cherokee. 10-17-lm ;
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be used for hunting; cheap. II. C. FOR SALE :
McDaniel. 10-23-1m Nursery stocK one, two, three and LJ I3i J 1'
small tract of fine land four year old buds; Foster Early,
2% miles from Court House, FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston Pineapple, Java, Homosassa Washington -
on one of the first roads to Wakefield $1.00 per thousand. Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle*
Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. Apopka. Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf

be Orange bricked.trees, one acre in 10-28-tf If Who you is are your satisfied painter keep and the decorator one you? ; : : Important friendships result from the right introduction, and

Strawberries, Banana Grove, FOR SALE-Couple of good build- have if not, phone W. T. Entrican
ing lots. Call 602 Lafayette street, No. 636.; 1-20-tf : :; : the most important ones come through the right banking con-
good; well on premises, good Concord Park. ll-8-6t

size Nursery.We A. W. DOWDELL, plasterer, mason : :: : nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We
can plainly demonstrateto FOR SALE-Beautiful dwelling, and cement worker. 516 W. ChurchSt.
you that this is the great- thoroughly modern, 7 large rooms, Phone 420. 10-25-lm : :: : invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-
bath, screened sleeping porch, 10 foot
est value in a small tract of veranda, near in, Southern exposure, : :| est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
land to be found in the coun- lot 71x138, bearing trees, etc.-Apply Atlantic Coast Line
ty. We shall be pleased to 207 Ridgewood Ave.

give; all information at our 11-1-8t 5-TOURIST TRAINS;

office. We are exclusive hand- I FOR SALE-Fine] cypress fence posts. NORTH from AXI WEST BANK & TRUST CO.CLOTHING .
lers of this property. Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas-
tle. 9-18-tf "Dixie Fljer"
"Dixie Limited""Seminole
FOR SALE-A good Roll Top Limited" :llllliIIIIIIIIIIIlllIIlt.I..l.I..I'.I'i !i! i i i i! !! !i! I : : .
ORlANDO BIDING G & LAND CO Desk and Chair. Been used very lit- i "Montgomery Route"
tle. Call onV.. C. Sherman, Rock "South Atlantic Limited" -
North Avenue Building, opposite San Jua Hotel. Pullman' cars from Chicago, St. Louis, +0 1..11. . 11' f" 1.1'1. r I '1.1..1. II .1. r 11111.111.11.1.1.11111 ,'
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PHONE 608 intermediate points to Jackson-
FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine ville, Fla.
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL hammock land; eight in grove; the Dining Cars I
present crop of oranges will be from via
750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, ATLANTIC COAST LINE
FRED B. DALEC. ready for sE'tting-10 acres in lake, Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. 1
H. BRYANT one and quarter miles from Apopka. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.,
DAVIS GILES. Counsel.F. Price, $5,000. Address W. H., Box Hillsboro Hotel Tampa, Fla.
A. PEPPERCORN Contractor 178, Orlando Fla. 9-23-tf A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A.,
-- 38 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. Our new stock of
FOR SALE-Or trade for real estate -
a five-passenger automobile in
WATCH FOR THE LITTLE nice shape. Address No. 112 West
STORES AD Church street, city. 10-4-lm

Eggs: ; fresh from the country, guaranteed DressmakingMrs. I Fall and Winter |
35 cents per doz. FOR SALE OR RENTBeautifulnew Clothing
The Best Baldwin Apples, 38 cents cottage, Highland avenue and R. S. Cohoon has
per peck. Park lake, in Sunshine Park. R.
Wine Saps 35 cents per peck. Bruce Perry, at Water Works. resumed her dressmak-
Imported Bananas, 20 cents per doz. 10-25-1m. and is locatedin
ing now
Florida Bananas, 10 cents per doz. Made by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in
Chestnuts from the hills, 15 cents FOR RENT-A Modern seven-room Room 4, Way building, ,

per pound. house, furnished, all conveniences.Lake on Orange avenue, where
Tomatoes 8 cents per pound. Cherokee. P. O. Box 215. and anxious for to
Don't complain of hard times and 11-4-6t she cordially invites all we are you see our
the high cost of living come over to ladies needing anythingin
the little store where the prices suit FOR RENT-Housekeeping rooms the New and class Best
your pocket. Quality guaranteed.Votes also 6-room furnished flat. Call; wearing apparelline Styles, high tailoring.
call and
given with all cash purchases. 301 Church street. ll-4-6t to see her.

THE ORLANDO SPECIALTY CO. place in the city to buy clothing.
109 West Church Street FOR RENT-Large, attractive room.
10-7-tf Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.
11-8-tfc Real Estate Boughtand


3f Acres, citrus For and Sale vegetable land, FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with Sold.City
20 fenced, 10 cleared, crop on it now, garage; elegantly furnished; on W. M. SLEIVIONSI
ready; for planting trees this winter Lake Lucerne.. Jas. A. Knox.
and crop next spring; near school and 8-27-tf Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash
church; half mile of railroad station;
good neighborhood; four miles from FOR RENT-All or part, furnished, and $1.00 per week buys a Lot
court house. Special price if taken in comfortable old-fashioned 5-room RENTS COLLECTED. .. II II I II I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I t I II I = I I I I I I 0 Ie.....
next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando. cottage, call 712 S. Division street, 111111111111111. II III II III U I r 1 ., I 111 II II I 1.11 III 1 II' II II II I .
10-25-tf or phone Johnson, No. 67. ll-7-3t Notary Work Promptly and Neatly

Done. . .. . . ,. . . ... . .
Don't wait for every one In town to FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Rhode ----- . . . . . . . . . . .II. .
have Entrican the painter, before Island Reds, hens and pullets; N. P. HATCHERORLANDO
you try. Am too busy to look you Ward's strain; your choice for 51.00. '
up. Phone 636, and I will be on the Also fryers. Call or write, W. J. '
t job. 1-20-tf Barber, just south of Drennen Sta- ,FLORIDA ;w
r tion. 11-8-6t* Office at Pinehurst ParkP. I .Fur
FOR SALE BY II. C. McDANIEL
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished room; O. Box 281
f location pleasant, and convenient to
7 Room stucco cottage, near Eola; PHONE 40:> 10-8-1m
meals 202 Robinson
private family.
located right built will be ;
right
r ; ; sold
avenue, east. 8-3t
t- right. Axminster Rugs
21 of Orlando's most desirable
i building lots, near Lake Eola will be FOR RENT-Furnished apartmentsfor
t ; light housekeeping, with all con- Wood Wood Wood
f sold only to people agreeing to build
houses veniences; also sleeping porches. :COT
t in keeping with the location.
East Pine, between and Lake
10 Acres on north side of Lake streets. Liberty 11-8-6t* Excellent Core Pine Wood Sup former $25
i Ivanhoe, overlooking Orlando; al! jj 9x12 high grade Rugs, price -
cleared; suited for a home site; good
t land. FOR RENT-Furnished for light plied in any quantity

t 181-2 Acres land, about 17 acres in housekeeping, suite of large, pleas- | sale price $18.75.Remember .
5 year old budded grapefruit and or- ant rooms; all modern conveniences;
t anges; 2 1-2 miles from city limits; also two nice sleeping rooms; private SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE; '

f overlooks Florida for the lakes price.; nothing better in family ll-8-6tc.; close in. 312 North Main St. STRANDS OR MORE ,, all of our goods are fresh from he ;j jJ


10- 3-lm FOR RENT-Small, unfurnished.flat, modern Jas.conveniences A.- I J factories. We do not buy old furniture stores out |; :


*., Get'" your roses NOTICE now and have lots Knox. 0 11-3-tf ELDREDGE BARLOW I and ship th.e goods here and try to palm the goods |j j ji

: of bloom through the winter. Roses FOR RENT-Seven room house; wa- 375
Telephone
l now ready for shipment.W. ter, gas electric lights, bath etc.; i off for new and fresh stock.
H. BROKAW, Salesman. barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by South Street, near A. C. L.
t t 11-3-tf 200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange

.r avenue. 10-31-tf Tracks We give coupons with all cash sales. i ;; ;

T. A. MANN POSITION WANTED-Young man 9-1-1m
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wants position as stenographer or
I bookkeeper, or both. Small salary to t
start. Thoroughly competent. Sober
Pine St.SPECIALS steady and reliable. Address "C. \V."
Crocery .

care FOR Sentinel.RENT-Furnished 7 rooms 11-5-tfc and Another Big BargainFive Kincaid Su Snowdenj

bath, on Lake Eola; all modern A.I ,
conveniences; newly papered and
painted. Apply 217 East Robinson acres with beautiful lake

avenue. 1163teodMISCELLANEOUS front, just outside the city lim- Low Priced Furniture House.

; 3 Cans Imported Sardines________25c j I
its, and on a hard road, only

3 Cornflakes -----______________25c five minutes walk to the new Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida

3 Old Dutch Cleanser _________"5cBaker's WANTED Refined white woman as brick road. Improved with .
-- Northern new !..! !!! !!!! !! !!mill .* t! : N :: M
companion; woman pre- ... I 1_ I 1_'_1_ .. .. ..tla' :. ! !! b** > II M >t m
six frame residence
Cocoa --------__________22c ferred; good home; moderate salary. room Ga- .r .J -- - W" - - - -

Baker's Chocolate, halves ________20c Address GYZ, Sentinel. 7-lw-eod rage and Poultry House. 200 I

Cream of Wheat --____________,15c TWO GENTLEMEN roomers wanted. Grapefruit and Orange trees GORDON'S' CARRIAGE G GAND I A. B. MOOREPlain
313 West Central
avenue. that will bear next also
season,
Pillsbury Best Cereal -__________15c 10312wMR. ....;. and Decorative Painting
100 trees of choice Florida fruits -
Malt Breakfast Food ___________15c HOME SEEKER The Paperhanging and Kalsominin t
:- Rose to for home use. This is a beautiful -
Austin Nichols 2 lb. ______ see for Real estate of Quality, and
Beans lOc special bargains in all lines, is Clar- location and a great bargainat BAGGAGE TRANSFER DR. L H. RAMSDELu First-class work, gxxxl material and t

Campbell's 2 lb. Beans __________lOcLibby's ence W. Rose, 308 North Main street. $3800. OPTOMETRIST reasonable prices. JSo j b too large l!
10-27-10t or too small. Drop me a postal, and f
2 lb. Beans _____________10Schneider's (Successor to Dr. O. P. Likin) we will talk it over.

Catsup, pints ________20c TWO Robinson FURNISHED ROOMS at 221 Cooper Atha L. T. HARRELL Prop. ORLANDO. FLORIDAWE I
avenue, on Lake Eola.
Fish Flakes ____________________lOc 10-31-3w Piano and. Furniture FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES i A. B. MOORE I Ii

Peas, per can __-______________lOc WANTED permanent home for 114 South Orance Are. Ground Floor Moving a Specialty AND DO ALL KINDS OF P. 0. Box 524, Orlandu I
an orphan boy 12 of Phone No.
Fox River Butter ______________37c Inquire 106 Gould street.years 11-4-61 age. 311 8 E. Church SI. PHONE 487 OPTICAL REPAIRING i 109lrar '..

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Any girl i 15 any business who will
take the trouble to hunt up the trade
journals published by men for men DANN'S TRANSFERDr.
who are working at her same job will .
be astonished to find what an amountof
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information and help these little j
publications contain. j I

There are good articles and books Livery, Draying and HaulingWE
specially for women who are earning I
their own living, but the men do this ,
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with greater enthusiasm. They talk GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE ')
straight from the shoulder and they : J ? )
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Men read these publications, read I!I HORSES FOR SALE 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON
them constantly, write to the editors I[
on questions that interest them, or "
for information, or to discuss some 'Phone 257. Orlando Florida ; ; 11 Hjrsspawer: GUARANTEED 3'Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic
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ful. And all this sort of thing is a II ...1 I
help in keeping you abreast of your 8 75.00
job, in making you realize that it is !
a living and interesting thing, not a ------- 129 Orange Avc.
dead desk and chair in a certain Wright & Hilpert ,
building. 4 e.II.o t J.C'lljt1 tlllllel. = lelll.ID. I+c! i Orlando, Fla.

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its broader aspects. That means that I Tile E Bola Paokiua[ C CofflulallyPackers .1. J lie II J i I I j II '" I J .e t r J" II I 0 I 1111 .1'1".111111.1 t
soon she, falls gets out cut of and step dried with, lacks the con-initiative i ..* 'I"1111111&1'1 'II'II I&IIII"IIDI ttlaII15'lllltl.1111111111..111111111..'

stant forward progress of the busi- .
ness and profesisonal world. Make : .. Ii H
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up jour mind that you don't drift into IN OFFICE OR
this mistake. And leave no opportu- :
: and Shippers of CitrusFruits : ? DWELLINGQUICK
nity untried that will keep your eyes
and jour mind open. Just to know : I i J.
what other people are doing is an education and Vegetables. : I "; RELIABLE I
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and an inspiration. Get all I
you can of both. I will operate alone under above name and shall ap- .' ..r WARMTH AND
I preciate the business of all who have and any who have i : r: COMFORT ARE Z
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l\OTICE-nO not patronized me in the last three years. For informa- A. SUPPLIED

Owing to the-cool weather, our : tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossing 1' BY
roses are now ready for transplanting. : of Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure 1.1
All orders booked for first ship- :
ment should be here by the 10th of : building, which I am equipping with Mauld's latest ma- :

November.W..II. BROKAW, Salesman. : : chinery and can consequently give you same service :
11-3-tf : which has always spoken for itself. :

FOR LOS ANGELES-PHOENIX My efforts will be to sell all Dossible before resorting : I

RACE : to distribution. :
Los Angeles, Cal., Nov. 9.-Preparations : .

seventh were annual completed Los Angeles-Phoenix today for the : W. A. DADE, Gen. Manager. :: : GAS HEATERS

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THE ORIGINAL COPPER REFLECTOR GAS HEATERS
automobile road race, which promises : 9-18-2 m ORLANDO, FLORID.111..111111.1.111111.1111111..111..1.111.11111..11...\ : !
to be the hardest fought and fastest : .. These marvelous heaters ., ,
race yet run over this famous course. r wu ,
develop beat quickly; ; "
Twenty cars, all piloted by well they do not vitiate or 4
known drivers, are entered for the dry tip the air. '
tom
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event. The start was made here f MllieMltllMMattaMtMIIMMIIIIiaillMMItBIIIMTHE
I The SEEKS is the Original R
early :Monday: morning, with night .
controls at Needles, Cal., and Pres- : CHASE & CO I Copper Reflector Gas Heater. : : -, ,. -'
It heats by nature's own .t
cott, Ariz. The contest will finish at :
method-that reflected heat
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Phoenix: Wednesday. Two mountain I: PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs i From its shining copper plate :
ranges and the famous Mojave desert it casts a cheerful glow upon ., 1
must be crossed in the 700 mile : modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- the floor and furniture,quickly !
.. course. : date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the bringing the entire room to an. # .

PROPER PACKING even,healthy temperature. -

- DON'T NEGLECT FIRST AID TO WE WILL BE CLAD TO SHOW YOU THE VARIOUS STYLES i

YOUR STOMACHIf HIGHEST PRICESwhich
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It's Upset Mi-o-na Puts It Right however, would not accomplish the end desiredby
and Ends Distress : the grower, if he did not also have available the services 1i i
If you are one of the thousands who '
cannot eat a simple meal without its '
lying in the stomach like lead, fer- ,, ofTHE ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. j
menting and causing painful distress, CHASE & CO
sourness and gas, do no delay but get
at once some \Ii-o-na-a simple pre- '
scription to be had at any druggist'sthat SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM GAS DEPARTMENT .,;
quickly and effectively ends :
-indigestion and corrects bad stomachs. which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, experienced i
You must not allow your upset stom- : competent and reliable. '. .1111111.11.111..1.111111.11..11.111..1..1111..111..1..1.1 11. . .:::
ach to go from bad to worse for there ItlillliniliilMMiMtMlilMtliHlilOIBMIMMIillllllllllHIICIlin .
will surely be longer periods of food GIVES THE GROWER 1
, fermentation causing greater agony,I : HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS
PROPERTYwith LAUNDRY BUYERS AND SELLERSI
LIST YOUR
more gas, sick headache, unrefresh- 11 I
ing sleep, "blue spells," and nervous- : CORRESPONDENCE me now, while I have the timeto Your general laundry work, French buy, sell, rent, and exchange real
SOLICITEDGROVERS'
ness.A few Mi tablets are just I look it over and familiarize myself' dry cleaning, and pressing will be ap estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla., j t
what you need.-o-na Use them freely at I I': MARKETING AGENTS with the talking points. I made the preciated. Satisfaction and service over 30 years. Have handled over i';
the first sign of distress. :Mionanot : I' largest number of sales! last winter guaranteed. Open September 28th. $20,000,000. Call and see me. 14 i
and to do even better this win- Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry, 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER
only quickly ends the misery, but;: CEI..A.SE & CO. expect for whites 9-25-tf j!
helps to unclog the liver and strengthen : ter. :My prospects are beginnig to arrive only. I t
the stomach-then your food is and it might cause you to losea If you have subscribed for the Sentinel *I\
properly digested. Main Office, Jacksonville, FloridaA. sale by putting it off. Call todayat Up to date painting, papering, et<.,I j
Mi-o-na is not only inexpensivebut R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. \ my new offices in the Watkins is the kind you want. Where to get and are not receiving your pa-
McElroy Pharmacy sells it with 9-30-d&w building and list your property. it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. per, you will do a favor by notifying i 1
agreement to refund the money if it ; WALTER W. ROSE '
satisfaction. T & T Phone 555. ,Entrican. 1-20-tf us at once.f .
Estate.
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many years one of Rollins' most brilliant
students, graduating from the

r jr jJ GwI college last spring, and returning for
J r further work in expression, and to as-

f'F i iR ii it I i I ; Ip II I IIN I IIII it ij sist was in aided the instruction by others,this notably year. Miss She

F Deaderick, head of the school of expression -
and the play evolved by
them was one of the cleverest ever yN
shown here. The plot was the regis-
tration day at the beginning of the
r school, and Dean Enyart and Mrs. I II
ri Ferguson, dean of women, were shownin

i the office, engaged in registrationof frrra: j; I II
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t new girls. Miss Ruth Isaacson, of
For To-day- Orlando, impersonated Mrs. Ferguson -I I
and Miss Vivian Barbour, of :
Chelmsford, Mass., acted the part of I
:- Tomorrow and every other day, you'll finda .
dean. Both to
the parts were played
check! account with the State Bank miirhty the life. Before them appeared the I DO YOU UiTDE'RSTA'NDJIov ]

handy in keeping an accurate record of your new girls, representing various types; I t
of students desiring to register for
money affairs. the college work, and the questionsand / you can personally ]>o b nofit-
Take note-how many business men answers were made the mediumof j
ted i> tile
y advantages accruing to
numerous local hits, which kept
you in cash? Very few-for businessmen
pay the audience in a roar of laughter the corummimUy by
cannot take chances by carrying money which at times threatened to suspendthe

about. The safe way is the business-like performance. The acting was
bank checks. particularly and astonishingly good, Tito Seifornl ..I\,,,:: soryo Aoi ?
If way-our and indicated a great year for the
Try paying with checks. dramatic activities of the school. The
Call, telephone write
entire evening was without doubt the or and ws will i ,

The State Bank of OrlandoNOTICE best thing of its kind ever given at :. mail our booklet-just out---which
Rollins, and one of the best things of .-
; I any kind. explains this act fully and clearly. .:

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( Of Application for Tai: Deed Under Section 8 d-
of Chapter 4888 Laws of Florida
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Notice is hereby given that Antoinette )I.
Mayer and Caroline Bisbee. purchasers of taxI .- .
certificate No. 223 dated the 1st day of June. :: -,? : :
1. A. D. 1903 have filed said certificate in my : 1":. .
ROLLINS COLLEGE NEWS ,office, and have made application for tax ': \
I I j deed to issue in accordance with law. Said
"Baby" Lewis, daughter of Mrs.f (Continued from page 1)) ,'certificate embraces the following described
W. L. Lewis is a candidate in the I property, situated in Orange county. Honda
contest at the Lucerne theater. She itiation of the new girls was held in to-wit: Beginning 40 rods south of northwest
kas been a candidate from the first I I the study hall of Carnegie Library, 29 corner east of run section south 23 20, township rods east 22 40 south.rods range north ; s'L
and is running a strong race. before a large crowd. During the last I 20 rods west 40 rods-5 acres. The said land
ll-7-6tc the date of the issuance of
assessed
being at :
several years it has been the custom such certificate in the name of Mrs. A. E. L I
for the new girls to be initiated by MitchelL
NOTICE TO PUBLICMr. : Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
putting on some little play, written according to law. tax deed will issue thereonon
J. L. Dean, proprietor of the and directed by the former students.I the 11th day of December. A. D. 1914. .
City Drug Store, wishes to announceto Witness my official signature and seal. this .- ".. -. ; ....... ,, .
The this concocted A. D. 1914.Seal ; '
play year was by the 10th day of November. : / -:: : '
the that his store is ,
public open B. M. ROBINSOX.Clerk .. :
Miss Clella who has been for ( ) ...
all night. Phone 632. ll-7-4tc Avery Circuit Court Orange County, Fla. 4

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NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE ALL HOUSE FURNISHINGS

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



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



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Most t Wonderful Sale of Silks at The Big Store '





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We lve'. An eagerly awaited money saving event will begin We Give I


MONDAY NOVEMBER 9th
VOTE COUPONS VOTE COUPONS


With Every and last for one week. If you have a silk want it would be With PaymentCash


like wasting money to miss such a magnificent opportunity. Of All


Purchase Here! Ready Choose! Amazing Bargains with sure satisfaction Bills

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BLACK CHIFFON TAFFETA SILKS, as soft PANNE VELVA, a silk of unusual charm, rich
as satin, pure dye and full 36 inches wide, SILK POPLINS, you know this graceful silk
colorings and shimmering finish, 42 inches sta
$1.25 quality, in this sale 89c and wool Poplin. Silk wedded to wool; 1.48
wide, $1.75 quality, in this sale for P
beauty linked to service. Rich enough

BLACK CHIFFON TAFFETA SILKS, the best for evening; reliable enough for street$ 1.19..
wear, 42 inches wide, $1.50 quality CREPE METEOR, ,
grade, soft and supple, with a radiant -------- a superior quality
sheen. $1.50 quality, in this sale 98c rich in finish and appearance, 42 inches::
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wide, $2.50 quality, in this sale $

CHIFFON TAFFETA SILKS, soft as satin, CREPE DE CHINE, it is 40 inches wide, a full f
rich in colors and quality, 36 inches wide, range of colors, in street and evening CREPES, a selection in plain, strl.pes
full range of colors, $1.75 quality: in this A OQ shades.Though we have established a repu- and Jacquard patternsbeautiful practically every .

sale ______1__________________________- L. tiJ tation on this Crepe de Chine as the shade is represented, 65c. and 75c. qual44c
Orlando break the price ity, in this sale _u_______________
best in at $1.50, we
$1.19
for this sales
SOFT CHIFFON TAFFETAS, rich colorings,
new tinted evening shades, full :yard wide, SILKS, a big lot in plain and fancy, these goods "-
$1.50 quality in this sale _______________$ 1 .1 A are odd lots and some of them worth up to25c
75c., your choice in this sale _
MESSALINES SATINS, not the skimpyWeight

SILK POPLINS, a fabric adaptable to the mode but a full weight satin with a twill
of the moment, one of the many big values back to insure wear. Every thread in pure SILKS, in plain and fancy floral and figured designs -
in our silk sale. Black and colors, in this silk; we have them in black and all colors, 79c large range of colors, worth up to *

sale _________________________________ 98C a regular $1.00 quality, special inthis sale 50c., your choice in this sale li/C




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