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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: November 11, 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



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VftLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 191-1. NUMBER 234.




'GERMAN TERROR OF TURKS SAIL OUT; TO ADD BEAUTY : KOENIGSBERG I IS





SEAS IS DESTROYED THEN IN TO CIRCLE {i I BOTTLED



TURKISH FLEET CREEPS JOINT MEETING LUCERNE BIG GERMAN CRUISER IS

,I OUT OF BOSPHORUS PROPERTY HOLDERS I BOTTLED UP AT MAFIA

CRUISER ASHORE BY EMDEN: AUSTRALIAN DRIVEN UNCLE SAM SUSPECTS BITTER NAVAL l FIGHT IS r! BUT WITHDRAWSDO AND PARK COMM'RS.: ISLAND OFF AFRICA

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CRUISER BEACHED SYDNEY AFTERA AND FLORIDA J 1 I: IMMINENT- I II TOT EVEN OFFER BATTLE! COMMITTEE TO SECURE TITLE DENSE ;FOG HINDERS FIGHTING


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RUNNING THINKS WIRELESS STA- ;. PRESIDENT WILL NOT ASK German Garrison to Go to Japan When City Obtains Title to the Advance in Belgium Is Hampered -

FIGHT TIONS MAY BE HIDDEN TO INCREASE NAVAL -Suffered Greatly! in Siege Inner Park Space Improve- by Fog Banks-Berlin

IN FLORIDA APPROPRIATIONSThe :Made by Japanese ments on Circle to He Dispatch Says Russians

GERMANS IN CRITICAL POSITION
Of Three Concealed Wireless .\ and the Forces Pushed have Been Repulsed

Outfits One May Be Rigged Navy Board's EstimatesAre
Must Either Push Way to the Up on Tall Trees in Greatly at Rome, Nov. 10.-A message from Following the actual laying of London, Nov. 10.-The German
I Constantinople states that the Rus- brick on Lucerne Circle boulevard cruiser Koenigsberg, which disabledthe
Coast Retire
to More
or a This State Variance
sian cruisers bombarded the Bosphorus Monday afternoon a meeting of the British cruiser Pegasus some

Easily Supplied Line- coal magazines at Eraclea, sink- property owners on the Circle held a weeks ago, has been bottled up at
Washington, Nov. 10.Persistent Washington, Nov. 10.-President
Russia Is Grave Menace ing many merchant seamers. The meeting yesterday morning at the Mafia island, on the coast of German
reports that hidden wireless stations Wilson let it be known to callers today Turkish fleet sailed out, but withdrew residence of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy B. East Africa, by the blocking of the

to Kaiser .along the coasts of the United States that he will not ask congress to without offering battle. Giles. Jas. L. Giles, II. L. Beeman, channel to the harbor.

:are serving as information bureaus make any increase in the naval ap and Mrs. A. B. Whitman, membersof The Koenigsberg also has' preyed

London, Nov. .-It was officially !for belligerent cruisers at sea, have propriations. The administration's German Garrison to Japan the park commission, were also upon British shipping since the be-

announced in London today that the I.caused the navy to join the state department program calls for two battleships, London, Nov. 10.-An Exchange present, Mr. Beeman presiding.The ginning of the war, but her successes

German cruiser Emden has been in efforts to locate such eight submarines, and a half dozen telegram from Pekin states that the I meeting was held preliminaryto have in no way approached those of

driven ashore and burned. stations, if they actually exist.It I gunboats. The navy board, composedof German garrison at Tsingtau, who the work which the property own- the Emden. She disabled the British

The losses among the officers and became known tonight that plans experts, will recommend four bat- suffered defeat after the terrific siegeof I ers and the board of park commis- cruiser Pegasus in Zanzibar harbor,

crew of the Emden are reported to for the search have been discussed at tleships, fifteen submarines, and from the fortress by the Japanese, will sioners contemplate taking up when September 20. The Pegasus was

have been very heavy. conferences with Secretary Lansing, fourteen to sixteen gunboats. The shortly be transported to Japan. the paving is completed. A committee caught at a disadvantage as she was

The Sydney sighted the Emden of the state department, Secretary presidents: avowed attitude is for a composed of J. C. Patterson, LeRoy undergoing repairs. Twenty-five of

yesterday morning. With superior I Daniels and Captain Bullard, in small navy program, and it is pre- THE WEATHER Giles and Chas. Lord was appointed her crew were killed and eighty

speed she at once closed in and gave charge of the naval radio service. dicted here tonight by his enemies to take the initiative in securing wounded.The .

battle. The German boat could not According to the reports, both Ger- that it will precipitate the bitterest Florida: Fair Wednesday and the strip of land immediately Koenigsberg is a protected
escape. There was a running fight, have concealed known Warmer between the cruiser and was laid down in 1905.
mans and Japanese fight in congress ever upon Thursday. Wednesday on bordering upon the lake,
at the end of which the Emden, burn- wireless outfits. One is said to be naval upbuilding. east coast. pavement curbing and the lake. The She was of 3,348 tons, 354 feet long
ing from the shells of the Australianboat and had a speed of 231-2 knots. Her
in the woods of the Maine coast, an- property owners are desirous of securing -
was beached. I:other in the Northwest, and still an- for the city the title to this main battery consisted of ten 4-inch

The casualties on the Sydney are other on the Florida peninsular. ALABAMA QUARANTINEDAnd AT SUFFRAGE MEETINGMiss land. When this is obtained the city guns.
said to have been slight. merchant Mafia island, on the east coast of
I I Messages picked up by of Orlando will be in a position to
The Emden was destroyed by the ships apparently come from these proceed and make improvements Africa, belongs to Zanzibar, but was

Australian cruiser Sydney. She was stations. Naval experts said it wouldbe Kentucky May Follow Suit Safford and Mrs. Schnarrat without delay. assigned to German influence some'

driven ashore on an island of the Co- : a comparatively simple matter to -Thirteen States Now Chattanooga AttendingBig The above named committee is to years ago.

cos, or Keeling group, southwest of rig up antennae for a sending outfit Under Federal Suffragists call another meeting of the property

Java, in the Indian ocean. ; between a couple of tall forest trees Quarantine ConventionMiss owners in a short time. In the Fight as They Crawl

The Australian cruiser,Sydney car- in a manner to escape casual obser- meantime the pavement constructionis Paris, Nov. 10.-Fighting from ,

ries a main battery of eight six-inch : vation, while the and soon the boule- to sand dune hampered by i
necessary power Montgomery, Ala., Nov. 10.-Ala- Mary A. Safford and Mrs. being pushed sand dune ,
guns against the Emden's ten 4.1, might be derived from some innocent bama declared John Schnarr are in Chattanooga vard will be aglow with motorists thick fog banks and at times crar'ling -
today quarantine
thus giving her a decided advantageover looking sawmill in the heart of the a Chattanooga attending the Southern circling this beautiful spot. It is on hands and knees through high :;

the German ship. While the' forest. against cattle, horses and mules Suffragists' meeting. The session} said that when the pavement is com- grass, the advance of the allies along J

speed of the two warships was theoretically shipped from states where an epidemic will come to a 'close tomorrow. The pleted an appropriate affair celebrat- the Belgian sea coast continues, according -

equal, that of the Emden I INDEX OF SENTINEL NEWS of foot and mouth disease ex convention is for the purpose of ing the beautification of the Circle to reports received here to- j

being 24.5 knots, as against the Syd- I ists. starting a campaign to obtain actionon will be staged under the auspices of day. The advance on Monday was :

ney's 24.7, the former probably was I Inside Pages the question of woman's suffragein I the property owners abutting on the somewhat slower, as the Germans, 1{

foul and her engines badly wrecked Page McCutcheon's s Opinion of the Kentucky Next? the various Southern States leg- lake, including the residents of that after two days of retreat and rest, j
from her three months of almost con I War. islatures. section. again resumed the offensive. The allies i
stant cruising in southern waters, Surprises. Washington, Nov. 10.-Three cases
Page-Late War News. Miss Ch' stabel I'ankhurst, who is Those at the meeting were J. C. however, presented a "stone-
chasing and being chased, and withno 'i On Motor: how local news. of foot and mouth disease in Bullitt in attendance, expressed the beliefat Patterson, II. L. Beeman, Chas. Lord, wall" defense and the Germans were 1

port for refitting or repairs.The I' Is Best Hotel State. county, Kentucky, were reported today the opening session that the present Jas. L. Giles, LeRoy B. Giles, Mahlon again forced to retreat. j

Keeling of Cocos islands area Save Live the Fish.in Orlando. to the department of agriculture: European *,,,ar would finally help Gore, C. A. Boone, Jas. A. Knox, Dr. Germans Report Russian Repulse

... group in the Indian ocean belong- I Page Editorial.May and officials awaited further advices the woman's suffrage movement in P. Phillips, Dr. J. N. McElroy, S. A. Berlin, Germany, via The Hague j

ing to Great Britain. They are about I: Local news. from field agents before taking stepsto England by showing the loyalty and Johnson, C. G. Westcott, Mrs. J. N. and London, Nov. .-Another Rus-

500 miles southwest of the western Page 5-Society column. quarantine the state. Thirteen aid of womankind in the crisis. McElroy, Mrs. Jno. T. Fuller, Mrs. sian repulse on the blood drenchedand
end of the island of Java and have Local and personal news. states already under federal
Page 6-Classified ads. are The conference will be presidedover Mahlon Gore, Miss Emma Hainer, trench-scarred hills of the east-

cable connections. i Page 7-Forecast of Weeks's New s. quarantine. by Miss Kate Gordon, presidentof Mrs. A. B. Whitman, Mrs. A. G. ern frontier of east' Prussia has been 1

1 I Prevention of Cattle Disease. 9 the Southern States Woman Suf- Branham, Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles, Miss reported to Berlin from Gumbinnen
Paris, Nov. 10.-The Germans reopened -I Cypress Lumber from Flor- Hope for Control frage Association. In addition to Eloise Robinson. under date of November 8. !
their local attacks with ida.
great Washington, Nov. 10.-With thir- the prominent leaders of the move- Simuetanlously with their opera 1
violence on the left wing of the allies : teen states under federal quarantineand ment of the South, Mrs. O. II. P. tions against the main German army i

all along the front from Noyon to U. D. C. CONVENTION cattle shipments barred from Belmont, Mrs. Ernest Thompson Se- LET US KIT'S TRUEThat under General von Hindenburg on '
Dixmude, according to an official :
Canada, officials of the departmentof ton, and Mrs. Harriet Stanton, all the line of the river Warthe, the
statement issued by the office tonight i I I
war agriculture working with local of New York, and Miss Christabel Russians attempted to break into east
but the details of the day's Decisive Battle Is Aboutto
Opens Today: at Savannah Ga., authorities pressed their fight todayto Pankhurst, of London, are in attend- Prussia by the old route south of
fighting were not given out. and Will Be in Session for halt the spread of the foot and ill U... Be Fought Between Car- Wirballen, but they were met at the
What they failed to accomplishwith mouth diseases among live stock. Democrats Must Act ranza and Villa on frontier by General von Morgen'sarmy
Remainder of the
seasoned troops they are now
Colder weather in the'infected states, Chattanooga, Tenn., Nov. 10.-The Mexican Soil and after very heavy fightingwere
attempting to do with young men i Week it was believed, would tend to check immediate object of the Southern driven back across the frontier.
and old, most of the veterans of the
the epidemic. States Woman Suffrage conference is Washington, Nov. .-A decisive Germans Captured Russians
western campaign having been with- The general convention of the
said could make the Democratic de- No intimations regarding the
Department officials they to party battle between Maytorena and Hill,
drawn to the eastern frontier, accord- United Daughters of the Confederacy
not estimate the effect of the quar- clare for "votes for women," in its commanding the Carranza and Villa strength of the forces engaged have
ing to dispatches repeated here from will be held in Savannah, Ga., from
antine against Canada until it was next national platform, according to forces, respectively, is about to be been published here, but they must
London. November 11 to 14, inclusive. The
determined whether the cattle had Miss Kate Gordon, of New Orleans, fought at Naco, according to advices have been considerable in as much
The invaders are making most important business matters to
a great
been imported for immediate slaughter who spoke at the convention of the received this afternoon by Secretary as the Russians are reported as having -
effort to cover the retirement of i be considered will be the reports on
or to be fattened. Yearly impor- Southern organization here today. Garrison from Hatfield, in commandof left 4,000 prisoners in German
troops ordered withdrawn or they are the Arlington Confederate Monument
I tations of cattle from the Dominion Miss Gordon stated that President the United States forces opposite hands.
making and definite effort to association, and the Shiloh monument. -
supreme amount to about $8,000,000. Wilson had said he was helpless to taco, who says in the report that The fighting was on the old battle
drive through to Ypres. With the It is expected that the designfor
Reports from field agents in Indiana act and that any expression on suf- Maytorena has completely investedthe I ground where the Germans met the
eastern situation critically threaten- the Shiloh memorial will be accepted '
and Michigan led to expressionof frage for women must come from the position of Hill and is ready to Russians in the early days of the
ing the Kaiser, the Germans must at this convention. An elabo-
hope at the department that the party. She declared now was the attack, he being also strongly en- war and which since has been the
either push through to the coast or rate of entertainment for
program epidemic in those states had been time to seek that expression from the trenched at Cananeaud. scene of repeated engagements. The
, retire to a more easily supplied line, the visitors has been arranged. brought under control. Democrats. tides of invasion and counter attack
nearer their base, in the opinion of forth the fron
swept back and across -


Of military troops If they they experts delay need here.to much withstand longer Rus-the "FOR ANOTHER WINTER" ARIZONA BANK FAILSLargest BUSINESS HAS INCREASEDCaruthers DAVIDSON SENT MESSAGE tier.SHOT_ DINING CAR COOK .


sia's attacks in the east can not be New Jersey Golf Coach Will
Mr. and Mrs. Leach Will Arrive
spared from the western line, because
Savings Institution in & Gore Have Added
Arrive Monday to Take Los Angeles, CaL, Nov. 10.Whenhe
every man will be needed to maintainthe : From Michigan Today to
State Closes Doors-Due to Two Clerks Since Openof Charge at Orlando was reprimanded by Conductor
line from Noyon to the sea. Escape Chilly Blasts .
Cotton Holdings Is New Grocery Country ClubD. Fincher for not cooking a steak properly -
and Frigid Weathers Store R. II. Taylor, a cook in the din-
General Retirement of Teutons :, Report
ing car of the east bound Salt Lake
London, Nov. .-The German retirement -s card received at The Senti- K. Davidson, of South Orange,
from Belgium is becoming post Phoenix, Ariz., Nov 10.-The Val- Since the opening of the Caruthers N. J., will arrive in Orlando Mondayto Pacific limited today attacked him
nel office brings the welcome infor- with meat cleaver. The patrons of
general, and the German army head- ley Savings bank, the largest savings & Gore grocery store business has. take charge of the winter golf a
mation that Mr. and Mrs. Ira W. I the diner were thrown into a panic
quarters has been transferred almost institution in Arazona, failed to open increased so rapidly that the man- season at the Orlando Country Club, and in the fight which followed
15 miles west of' Brussels and 40 Leach have left their summer homein its doors today and the state bank agement has had to take on two i according to a telegram received Fincher shot and killed Taylor.

miles east of the fighting line at Petoskey, Mich., and are expected is more additional clerks. They are G. from him yesterday. In the summer
examiner in charge.
Dixmude. ,to arrive in Orlando today for another R. Mauck, an experienced salesman :Mr.: Davidson conducts the golf sea-
This circumstance leads to the belief The bank's deposits exceed $1,000- from Arcadia, and a brother of Mrs. son at the South Orange country FOOTBALL GAME {
season. They own a prett cot-
here that the withdrawal of 000. The failure of two business E. A. Thomas; Mr. R. H. Rooney, club, and in the winter he comes to .l

troops from Belgium is not altogether tage in Concord Park. houses followed the closing of the i another new employe, is a well known Orlando.His Monday afternoon there was a foot-

for the purpose of reinforcing the tank's doors. The officers of the I. resident of Orlando, and a very popular services are in great demand ball game between the Orlando high -

Austro-German line in the eastern to Germany. The dense fogs which bank declareit!/ to be solvent, and young man. Some of the dem- and the local club is fortunate in hav- school (freshmen) team and the "

field. The removal of headquartersto covered the Flanders field intermit\ that the depositors will be paid in .1 onstrators that attended the opening ing him for the winter. He will be Young Presbyters, resulting in a tie,

the rear indicates to the military tently for several days has at last I full if time is given the bank to real- claimed it was frequented by the here in plenty of time to round up the score being 0 to 0.

experts that the German fighting line lifted, according to a dispatch from ize on outstanding securities, manyof I largest number of people ever served the Orlando team into shape for the

may also be transferred to the east- Flushing, and furious fighting has which are connected with cotton I I in a grocery store. It is estimatedthat tournament with the Tampa country Cosmopolitan for December at 3;

ward. Great numbers of big guns been resumed in the direction of Dix- l lands which were seriously affected 2,000 people attended the open- club team, to be held here November Curtis & O'Neal's. Watch our win'i

.1 t are being withdrawn and transported mude. by the war. ing. 18th. dows for novelties for the holidays. .1 1I!

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WAR MAY DRAG FOR I

Readers of The Sentinel are not

THREE YEARS war experts. Here and there may be LET ME BEAUTIFY YOUR GROUNDS
found people who are highly educatedin PAINT MEANSThe
\VHETHER A COUNTRY ESTATEOR
naval and military affairs. But l

McCUTCHEON OF CHICAGO nevertheless, to the ordinary reader, paint which covers the largest A SMALL CITY LOT
the layman unversed in the techniqueof
TRIBUNE THINKS AR
warfare, the present European surface-Gives the longest service
WILL LAST YEARS
prises.struggle has developed many sur- I -Lasts and looks well. BLUE PRINTS: AND DETAILED PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS I

Germans Say They Have Money, Briefly summarized the notable sur- AT REASONABLE PRICES ,

Food, and Can Place Ten prises of this great history makingwar THAT'SHarrisons'

Million Men in the are: ((1)) Russia's failure to inundate .

Field Prussia; (2) failure of the Werner F. NehrlingLANDSCAPE
British to wipe Germany from the

"The war in Europe will drag along seas; (3) failure of the Germans to "Town & Country"The "1A ARCHITECT
for two or three years. This seemsto sweep to Paris; ((4)) fighting resourcesof
be the feeling abroad." the Belgians; ((5) failure of Ger- AND--
This is the feeling of John T. Mc- many to maintain a base on the coast result of over a Hundred CONSULTING HORTICULTURISTIf

Cutcheon, cartoonist and war corre- menacing England; ((6)) inferiority of A Years Experience. U
the French aviators to those of Eng- contemplate planting citrus
spondent for the Tribune, who returned you a groveit
to Chicago Sunday. Mr. Mc- land and Germany; (7) futility of Get our free book "Cause & Effect." A will pay you to get my advice.
modern fortresses, and (8)) the A
great
Cutcheon was the guest of the gen- It tells you many things you; ought to know. IJ Local Agent for BUCKEYE NURSERIES -
eral staff of the German army. He mobility of the Germany heavy ar

flew over the battle lines in a biplane tillery. SOLD, RY Tampa, Fla.
There be other surprises, but
with a German army aviator, some- may
thing no other war correspondent has in a general way the foregoing pre- Office Above PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK

achieved. He talked with members of dominate. Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. PHONE 570 n-io-tl
s the general staff of the German army News in The Sentinel is a day by ,
and obtained their views. As the day record of the greatest war of all For the last Twenty-five Years. i

guest of Lord Roberts at Ascot he ob- times. If you would educate your- 11111111111111111..111111.111111111111111111111111..1
tained the opinions of British army selves in matters of war, national
officers and officials. happenings, local events and state i, I I 11111 1111U010I it ISO pit 101,101tIIIt11011011IIppptLCONWAY

,, "It seems to be the general opinion news, read The Sentinel.' Better yet, :
that the war will be of long dura- call telephone 24 and' order it deliv- : NURSERIESGROWERS
tion," he said. "I don't see how it ered to your home every morning in I r

can end inside of a year. the week except Monday. : AND DEALERS IN

"Some Englishmen expressed the .
I view that it would be a draw. Others All Leading Varieties ol Citrus Trees \\ j
HELP COMES QUICKLYWhen : a
maintained that it would not be over
r until Germany had been crushed. Still Hyomei is Used For Head R. T. PEEL, Proprietor.Local _
others expressed the view that if it Colds, Catarrh or Croup. :
IN PROFITS
Salesman BUYERS TO SHARE
When head is all stuffed
your up
went three years it would end in a causing you dull headaches, difficult : Glen St. Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATE LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
t draw, with the odds slightly in favorof breathing, constant sniffling, and you; !I. Box 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida. .
the Germans, if anything."The feel generally miserable, there is Effective from August 1, 1914 to August;;
Germans say they have plenty nothing quite equal to Hyomei to give J.: 924tfWHERE 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction -
quick, effective and lasting benefit-
r of money and plenty of food. They ;yet perfectly harmless, simple to use I I.1111111111 011111.11 eo II U U 1..11111111111..11111 1 during that time:
j are determined. They say they will and inexpensive.To .
fight until the last man has fallen. get quick and certain relief Touring Car $555.00

i They claim they will reach Paris before from catarrh that the or a medication cold it is most goes important directly -- SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL 11 Runabout 505.00F.
t Christmas. Trains are coming
to the inflamed tissue lining
All fully equipped.
f and going constantly from the front. the air passages. That's the lIy- FLORIDA STATE COLLEGEFOR UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA O. B. Orlando. cart :
One carries the wounded home; an- omei method. Just put a few dropsof WOMEN Farther, we will be able to obtain the nmicium efficient i
in the inhaler GAINESVILLE and the minimum rat in our
number antiseptic Hyomei in our factory production
it with
other an equal
passes that comes with every complete out- TALLAHASSEE. purchasing and sales departments if we each an output of
of fresh men fully equipped. They fit, and breathe it-you will feel bet- CoUege of Arts and Sciences;Normal School; 300,00 car between the above datea. ..
I say they can put 10,000,000 men in ter at once. It clears the head, quickly School of Music; School of Expression; And should we reach this production we agree to pay
relieves the tightness in the chest School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts the buyer's share from $40 to SCO per car (oa or about
the field. They feel they are fight- School: Modern Gymnasium with swimmunr, Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers August 1,1915) to every retail buyer who purchases a new
ing for existence." and that chocked-up feeling, all disagreeable pool; basket ball and tennis courts;new and College Experiment Station; Extension Di- Ford car between August I. 1S14 and August 1. IMS.:
nasal discharges, watery modem buildings; beautiful campus; dormi- vision: Graduate SchooL Ten new brick build- these low prices and profit-
eyes and dull headaches surely will tories have all modern conveniences; new ings, besides gymnasium swimming pool and For further particulars regarding
:NOTICE ROSES dining: room and kitchen most hygienic in many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers instructors sharing pI... see
cease. Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 counties and assistants. 354 young men
So certain is McElroy's Pharmacyof and 12 states last session. ; Florida counties and 24 States and F. G. RUSH
Owing to the cool weather, our the curative powers of Hyomei for TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign. countries last _ioa.
I roses are now ready for transplanting. catarrh, croup, asthma, and similar SchooL Board and entrance foes for the I TUITION FREE. Board and Entrance Fees.
All orders booked for first ship- 1 year 12400. For catalogue write 132.50 per year. Write today for catalogueA. Phone 226
diseases, that he sells it on the "No- EDWARD CONRADL President. A. MURPHREE. President.
I
ment should be here by the 10th of : cure-no-pay" plan w & f -

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



one is a gem. Here is one of them:



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

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

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

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


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

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

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

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

This property has buildings which could not be duplicated for '
this large estate to a minimum amount. Terms to enable most
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 I in I large orange and grapefruit trees in full bear

telephone on the place.I
ing. Five and one-half acres of 375 three-year old grape-fruIt.

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



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LATE WAR NEWS MMIMMMMMMMMK -, IS BEST HOTEL STATE I Eat Eat what all you you want.want.

ON MOTOR ROWBY : Take a postscript and forget it.
For sale by all druggists.

Mystery in East I : Florida Declared to Lead All ]I l-T-d&w-lyr
GRAND
London, England.-Mystery again SPARK PLUGtMMMMMIMMMMMMM: Other States in This Respect I 1 I NOTICEGet

cloaks the movements of the antag- Says Strong of I your roses now and have lots
of bloom through the winter. Roses
onists along the battle fronts in the BaltimoreM.
J. C. Otey went to Jacksonville yes- now ready for shipment.W. .
6rn of the but the H. BROKAW, Salesman.
ea arena war the TO33 A. Y
terday to see new eight cylinder .
belief is growing in London that Ger- E. Strong, of Baltimore a rep- 11-3-tf
Cadillac which is being shown there.
many, safe within her defenses be- resentative of the Sexton Stove and
The eight cylinder Cadillac is one of
hind the river Warthe and with the Manufacturing company, is in Orlando Read the Sentinel want ads. {
the sensations of the season. The !
Austrians behind strongly fortified looking over the equipment of the i Episcopalian Benefit PerformanceBy
other sensation promises to be the
positions from Cracow to the passesof Orland hotel. :Mr.: Strong stated yesterday !
the Carpathians is rushing her new Dodge car. that Florida was the greatest ; attending this performance you will not

best corps on the eastern front to the The Orlando Auto-- -and Supply com- hotel state in the United States and I .Pill Street.JEWELER t. I only witness a splendid six reel show but you will
west, in a final desperate effort to that it had been severely neglected : be
pany will show the new eight cylinder helping a worthy cause.
smash the allies' line blocking their by many of the manufacturing com-
Cadillac in two weeks. The Detroit ,
way to Calais. panies that supply hotels. In addi-
factory has promised tL m a car by
Petrograd reports that the Aus- that time. tion to his supervision of work at the I Earle Williams and Edith StoreyIN
trians, after making a final furious Orland hotel Mr. Strong is looking !
onslaught on the Russian lines along -- EXPERT WATCH MAKER
the territory over carefully with the : -
Mr. O. E. Bunker of Pontiac, Mich., i
the river San, had withdrawn in all view of having a representative stationed -
directions until their front demonstrator of the Oakland car, is I "Warfare "
now extends in Orlando.Eat in the Skies
I
make of Fine
I a specialt"
the
in Orlando this week assisting ,
from Dukla Pass, in the Car- Watch, Clock and Jewelery Re-
pathians, to Cracow with a wedge Magruder Brothers, sales agents for what you want. pairing; Diamond Setting,Ring I A wonderful Vitagraph special feature com-
which fortress this car. They will be glad to have Eat all want. and Spectacle Repairing.
extending to Przemysl you j in
plete two It has been time since
parts. a long
in this famous and it.
continues to resist the Russian any one interested car Take a postscript forget
as- others have
For sale by all druggists. Bring me repairs I these two great favorites have appeared. Don't
sault. to; call and meet him. failed to do, and I will repair
1-7-d&w-lyr
Austrians in Retreat -- them satisfactorily or no charge. let this opportunity pass by.

Another dispatch from Petrograd Among the recent buyers of Buick For Sale ,i My prices are reasonable.

declares that a general pursuit of the cars are the following, reported by 30 Acres, citrus and vegetable land i I
the Cook Automobile company: A.W. 20 fenced 10 cleared crop on it now, '! "
retiring Austrians is under but I
"When
the cautious tone of the official way communication Mason, Winter Park; J. E. Turner, and ready crop for next planting spring trees; near this school winter and CHAS. VATER a Woman's 40,

added ad- Odlando, and Mach Brothers, of Kis- church half mile of railroad station
to
significant i ; ; A feature in
Selig special complete two
missions from Vienna, creates the impression simmee, all purchasers of Model C good neighborhood; four miles from JEWELEREast parts.
Buicks. court house. Special price if taken in
that the Austrians are regaining next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando. Pine Street at Young's
their fortified positions with- -- 10-25-tf Repair Shop
C. B. of ARTHUR JOHNSONIn
out suffering great disaster. Mr. and Msr. Hanson 11-4-d&w-lm
Pa. have returned to Orlando -
Franklin ,
The feeling is growing here that Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel
for the winter and have pur- another of the- "Beloved Adventurer" series
the recent raid of a German fleet off

Yarmouth was not the sum total of chased a new Buick roadster. Are About Victrola "She Gave Him Rose "
naval activities in the North sea, and --0- You Thinking a a
of Orlando, ,
William
Liege pur-
this impression has been increased by
Buick last month, and S. S. A Lubin
the news that Dutch fishing. vessels chased a For Christmas? comedy.
have found floating mines so thick- Sadler of Mount Dora, a Buick last Without a doubt the three greatest stars that
week. Other purchasers of Buicksare of Victrolas that it is of-
There certain types
some of them even catching in their are can appear on any regular program.
nets-that they have given up all efforts C. C. Codrington, of DeLand; S. ten impossible to buy even in New York, Philadelphiaor

to continue their occupation. H. Atha, of Orlando; C. M. Fountain, Chicago during the month of December. To save

These fishermen report also that they of DeLand; II. L. Raulerson, of Fort annoyance, place your order now. The biggest dealerin
F. C. Boardman, of Or-
Pierce Dr.
; "THAT ORCHESTRA"STILL
have seen many bodies floating in the lando; John Whitty, of Ocoee; R. the world cannot sell you a machine any cheaper thanwe

sea. Bass, of Kissimmee; J. M. Lewis of can. You can get right at us if the instrument is
Want More Recruits WINNING FAVOR
The British press continues its cam- Altamonte and D. M. Simpson of not absolutely perfect and satisfactory in every way. It

paign in favor of a more effective Mount Dora. is not as easy to do this if the dealer is in Baltimore or

measure of recruiting. Some papers --0W. New York. Some have found this out by dear experience. TOMORROWFrancis
R. O'Neal is driving a new three
advocate some form of compulsory sociability Studebaker Come in and talk it over.
service while others censure the gov- passenger X. BushmanIN
roadster purchased yesterday at the
ernment for not providing proper W. S. BRANCH
San Juan Garage. ,
maintenance for persons dependentupon
--0--
the men eligible for military
service who are loath to enlist for H. Jenson who has been foremanfor The Arcade Book and Music\ Store "Blood Will Tell "
two of the Studebaker ser- ,
years
fear that their families will suffer
vice station at Atlanta, is now employed ---- -- --- -----
their absence.In A three feature.
during big part special
at the San Juan Garage. lie m af _. B P
the near east there has been lit-
is high class mechanic. r'I
tle activity. None of the neutral Bal- a
kan states have thrown in its lot with -- -
"The Home of the Famous Ford" is Hammond &Qore
the entente powers. All eyes are
turned towards Bulgaria, which is expected doing a splendid consistent business. Jtne.hJ

to make the first move as soon ALL HUNTERS SHOULD GET GET yor ,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
as she is assured of her territorial THEIR LICENSE AT ONCE 'I 1

reward from her former allies.
For the benefit of persons who desire
SAVE THE FISH to hunt game in Orange countyor THE MARKETOf

the state, County Judge \Vm. Mar- COMPARE

Epidemics among infant fish in gov- tin makes the following announce-
ernment hatcheries cost the countrymore ment: OUR FURNITUREWe Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH

than $1,000,000 a year, accord- To secure county license the appli- 1 1

ing to estimates by the bureau of cant should apply to the county judgeof provide the quality of furniture that has I long AND SALT MEATS

fisheries of the department of com- the county in which he resides; for been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
AND GAME
merce. These epidemics occur mostly state license to the county judge of standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. FISH

among fish less than six months of any county; for non-resident, to the It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

age, and are so sweeping as to carry county judge of the county in whichit this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
Everything screened away from the flies, and kept freab
off as many as 500,000 fish in one is desired to hunt. To secure coun- this business, and that means much to any buyer.;
week. ty or state license applicant must I and pure.

The bureau of fisheries has broughtthis have been a bona-fide resident of the We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

loss to the attention of congress state for at least one year. Price of McNEBLL & DAVIS BLOCK, I everything in the Meat Line.

three times. It asks for an appropri- county license, $1.00; state, $3.00; 9
Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.
ation of the trifling sum of $2,500 to non-resident, $15.00.Application The PARLOR MARKET
cover the salary of a "family physi blanks for hunter's license L J

cian" for all domesticated fish. Sucha will be mailed by the county .-- I
H. M. Self & Co.
fish pathologist, it is claimed, could judge to any aplpicant who encloses --------- -- -- -- ----- --
reduce infant mortality among fish the necessary postage. Applicants I
just as proper medical attention is should not wait until the last day to PINE STREET

reducing the mortality of children.It get their license, but should attend to i
Orlando Paint and Wall Co. Phone No. 80MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMM
is not likely that the present con- the matter at once and avoid the Paper

gress will grant this appropriation.Yet rush. The hunting season opens November -

the maintenance of a fish pathol- 20th.T. ----- -- -- -
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ogist would mean considerable savingin High Grade Paints, Oils, Var- i

the cost of living. Fish is comingmore F. HOURIIIAN, Licensed Plumber. : AGENTS FOR rushes, Ka.somlne. Wall Pa- I .South Nurseries.
and more into use as the poorman's Conscientious work at fair prices. Pallon's Sun Proof Wall Board Apopka .
Roofing
meat. Phone 629. 106 Court St. 823tfANNOUNCEMENT i Paper, i 11

t Paints Brushes, Etc. All the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange ; \

: SOLD AT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Orange Ave. I ; ; Trees, thrifty, well-rooted and clear of all diseases. j j
MAY ORLANDOMichigan THE SUN < New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family
LIVEJN | .| ;,. ORLANDO,', FLORIDA II I : FREE. Address


Contractor Here Three MR. FRITZ IIAUER has opened a j Special Wall Paper 3000 Rolls, at 5c. .South Apopka Nurseries.
. Years Ago May Make This I f. : : ; .. ..
Violin StudioROOM II II II II. I
City His Permanent OCOEE, FLORIDA

HomeMr. 9-4-tf ; ;
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daughter:Orlando. and, Miss from Mrs.Phyllis Petoskey Neal have Duffie Mich.arrivedin and and For particulars call at the address. j ROLLINS COLLEGE Winter' IPark I MMMMMMMMMMMttttfMMMMMMMMMMIMMSPRAY ;

Hours 9:00 to 12:00 a.m. ,
may make this city their permanent NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE :

home. Mr. Xeal is a finished con- Oldest College and Most Beautiful Grounds in Florida i :

tractor and builder and erected homes ---- ---- -- College, Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Art, Domestic j'' SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY :, ;

for Mr. L. II. Gedge and Col. S. H. BEST SELECT OYSTERS, ;)Oc. QuartTheWaldecRerFishCo and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Course. ,, 3
Atleman. :Many: of our readers will Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire pro- I
remember this estimable family as tection, fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dollar Kills every \Vhite Fly Larvae, Scale Rust Mite : :

they spent the season with us three i endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ, I'! and Red Spider that i i" hit. Removes sooty mold : :1:

years ago, making many friends whilein FOR FISH AND OYSTERS a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new I and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September J

Orlando. Phone0.. 5. 206 Boone StreetP. rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New : ', and October are two of the best months for :

M. and W. O. COX chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every I!: spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents in- ;

The annual state convention of the 10-23-tf t modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water. I!: sects from sapping trees all winter, and brings them ', It t
Christian church in Florida will be Preparation for engineering course. (
i : out i in a good healthy condition in the spring, thus '. ;
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held in the church in St. Petersburg' Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, j
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST t Christian, but undenominational; expenses moderate. !: insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom :, 1 H i

this week. At least 100 delegates are Scholarships available. For catalogue address
expected to be in attendance at the J. SCHNARR & CO., Orlando, Florida.Schnarrs : i;

convention and preparations be- BLACKMAN ,
are I WILLIAM FREMONT "
Will open an office at I Insecticide will '
ing made to care for this number. not injure the White Fly :,
117 S. Orange Ave., over Curtis & Ph. D. LL. D.. President Fungi. 9-9 D. and W 2-M ;
,
O'Neal's Store, about Nov. 20.
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5 THE DAILY W. C. T. U. RAISE $$150 lllilliMliHiMBMMHIMTHE TOO LATE-TO CLASSIFY
SENTINEL LEADS IN
f South Florida Sentinel FOR RENT-Housekeeping rooms;
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
also 6-room furnished flat. Call
MORNING AND WEEKLY 301 Church street. ll-ll-6tc
f W. M. GLENN ......................Editor Report for Fiscal Year Ending
W. C. EisSINGTON. .. .Bnuneu Manager Shows Gain Number of Classified "Ads."
i- October 1st by FOR RENT-Large, pleasant fur-
Entered at the poetoiGce at Orlando. Florida Local Temperance for Last Week nished rooms; close in, with private I
f as Second Class Mail Matter. -337- family. 302 North Orange avenue.
e UnionBy *
Daily. 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION.............RATES.......... $500 A neatly worded advertisement 11-11-6t
r t Daily. 6 Months ...u__............... 2.1>0 in the classified ad. column LOST-Large pointer dog lemon
Daily. 3 Month 1.25 ( Mrs. J. M. Pedrick) brings results. ;
r Daily.: 1 Month .:::::::::::::::::::::: :BO interesting meeting of the 55'hy' white; answers to name Bruno. Re-

(I!: v. kiY.T Year ...............___.... 61.00Weekly. Such an Because the morning ward for return to G. E.
U. held last Friday at newspa-
6 Months .................... ...5i V. C. T. was per is the logical advertising 610 North Orange avenue. l\ICCUllOCh'l
the business meeting. Much was accomplished -
i fl' ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN medium for the community: .
ADVANCETO under the management of Because the efficiency of The FOR SALE]-New Georgia
: Sentinel has been i turkeys, chickens eggs; water
[ our splendid president, Mrs. A. A. Morning long
ADVERTISERS: established. 1 ground meal sweet potatoes corn and
Gould, who has this week gone to
other receivedfrom
country produce just
And results obtained because i
are -
Capy for display and all other hand-Mt
t advertising must be handea in at the l business Jacksonville as a delegate to the answers to "ads." in the :j Georgia. Also agent for pecan
r office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. state convention. classified column are receivedby !" trees, one of the largest growers in I
the day before publication. This rule applies the Call at The the South G. B. Wigh, Cairo, Ga.
and scores.
Mrs. Sanders
Mrs. Topliff
to chances for rentract advertising; it is
Come and pet some of the literatureand I
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. Sentinel office if you are skep-
Irs. Huxtable represent us at both tical and the e"idenceill be some of the nuts. W. E. Powell;
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued I the state and national conventions.Our headquarters on Boone street.
to
should notify the office in writing on presented you.
the date of expiration otherwise it will be local treasurer gave her an- 337 classified ads. for one weekis 11-11-lwkc
I continued at the regular subscription rates sufficient evidence of the
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nual at the business meeting
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until notice to stop is received. report
Telephone Numb r ...................... 24<< Friday, as something more than $150 power results.If .of The Sentinel to draw IiMcCULlOCU'S 1

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 11, 1914. raised by our union during the fiscal you hate something to sell; I
I year ending October 1st. j if you have property or roomsto

A want ad. in The Sentinel is alone Mrs. \\\ E. Davis, formerly of tion rent; if; if you you want desire"help"-if a posi- [ I :
Ocala, now living on South Orange
( sufficient. Try one. # you want anything insert jour
0I avenue this city joined our W. C. ads. in The Sentinel's classified I
T. U. recently. We are glad to have I want ad. column and get re-
To prove that a sure thing is gilt t
I edge invest your money in Orange Mrs. Davis and indeed all of our new I j I: sults. Department Store : I ]
realty. members. It means a great deal to

0 have a standing army prepared
: Thanksgiving day will soon be here I against the day of battle. I Get the news in the Sentinel first.

and turkeys are said to be plentiful in "One wrecked family, one ruined China and
Orange life, one crime committed throughthe :
c&unty.
use of intoxicating liquor is ;
o enough to win vote against the i VENEER CORES Glassware
There can be no doubt about the my ; ;
weather man doing his best to deliver saloon!" exclaimed Hon. Stitt Wilson, ALL LENGTHS AND ANY
the unexcelled Florida kind. the prominent Socialist in a recent I QUANTITY
address. Special prices for October. Cooking
0s Stock before cold weather.
up
s s a s s s s s a s s s s s s o s Bonfort's Wine and Spirit Circularin i FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND

You'>e been feeding the War a "heart to heart" talk to "the I Also Utensils
trade" recently said: "We must realize OAK WOOD T
Dogs long enough. Throw a few
: crumbs to the Dove of Peace. that this organized movement I Orlando Wood Yard | Watch window for Monday 1
S s a s a a s 0 a a i s a s a despotic alike toward ministers lay-
men or lawmaker, includes the Wo I B. W. Kingsley Proprietor ; specials.
man's Christian Temperance Union PINE STREET AND R. R. I
NO WORD FROM CRUISERS Telephone 341 y 128 S. Orange Avenue j jM ji jt
local unions and 500,000
with 12,000 9-30 ji
members. When these organi- I i
.
Secretary Daniels Has Been Trying F
zations are reckoned as a whole it
to Get in Touch With Vessels
q tremendous force and -- ------
Mediterranean: constitutes a : -..".,..
that force has sworn to overthrowthe
i
liquor traffic," etc. Verily, wo-
Washington Nov. 10.-No word continually trouble us. M A Rare
men OpportunityThe
has come to the navy department for
a week from the cruisers North Car-

olina and Tennessee in the Mediterranean FOR RENT-One or two sleeping Crawford home place at No. 108 America
off the rooms, with adjoining room for
sea coast of Turkey. bath and electric be sold The lot has front-
light housekeeping; street must at once. a
Secretary Daniels has been trying to 407 Osceola street.
get in touch by cable with the com- lights.ll-10-3t* age of 83 feet and 333 feet deep. The house contains -

manders of these vessels, but so far six rooms but is not modern in appointments

without success.GOVERNORS'. To be convinced of the producing though it could easily be made so. I have the exclusive I
power of Sentinel want ads.-try one.
handling of this property and am prepared i

CONFERENCE to oller you a GREAT BARGAIN. Remember. it i'I"I
t D' II IIi .IIIU HOilllUUIIf
MUST BE SOLD so see me at once interested. :
f T. F.HOURIHAN | I
Seventh Annual Meeting at II I Ii

; Madison, 'Vis.AlabamaGo'"ernor t Licensed Plumber and ? i

Delivers Sanitary Engineer v
,
Report Estimates Furnished. Jobbing 2
Promptly Attended to. |i S.Y.WAYInsurance

Madison Wis., Nov. 10.Governorsof PHONE 6z9 I
most of the states of the Union I I
106 Court Street and Real Estate
and many ex-governors and other Agent II
prominent men interested in the ques- ; ORLANDO, FLORIDA I I
tions to be discussed gathered here 4-2l-lm PHONE 172Huyler's I
today for the seventh annual sessionof II
.llal .lcecllllle.D. . ..
the Governors' Conference. The I

meeting will last five days.
Among the matters to come before .11.111.. at GO II 11 0 lIS IIUII a. 11.1 Ii U I' I It II I H IItH)+t III ; Ie I 01 II U' G .. '

-. the chief executives of the common- !
wealths are rural credits, natural re- BonbonsAssorted Chocolates,
sources, foreign corporations extradition Jc( ; Nutted Chocolates Salted Nuts just re- I !
I
the governor's relation to 1- \
he wishes ._. ceived by Express. Every package guaran- \
the
measures passed by
legislature of the state, safety and teed by Huyler and McElroy's Pharmacy.

sanitation laws, and administrative PHONE N* 2* ESTABLISHED 34 YEARS
machinery.The PHARMACY '
governors gathered at the Wisconsin MIIMHeMIMOMMMIIIIIIMIIMMIIiltlMHIIIIiBMtllMHtOMMIIIIIOiMiM
state capitol this morning and

listened to addresses of welcome from .
; .lla.IIII..lla.I.I.I..I..II" .I.Q.I&I..I.I''J.IIII .
Governor Francis E. McGovern of

Wisconsin Mayor A. II. Kayser o f
Madison and President Charles R.
Van Hise of the University of Wis BIG BEN

consin. Governor Joseph II. Carey H

.,, of Wyoming delivered a response t 0
the addresses of welcome on behalfof

the governors. Look Big Ben square in the back in Evans'window.he's i

O'Neal Thia of afternoon Alabama Governor, chairman Emmet of the good all round and good all through. ;

report committee of the on committee.rural credits read the If "handsome is as handsome does".Big Ben'sbeauty i

is more'n skin deep.


DEATH MISS BERTHA KIN G 11 See those great, strong, handy keys that make i


Former New York Woman his wind up so easy.and the broad, deeptonedbell i !

Passed Away Yesterday he sounds, so your get up is pleasing.

, Other Deaths in the

r CommunityThe Big Ben stands seven inches from tip to toe---big, faithful,

remains of Miss Bertha Jan with large, clean-cuthands,plainly seen in the dim morning light,

the King who died yesterday morning a1 t. He rings you up at any time you say-steady for five minutes
Florida
Sanitarium
were forwarded and off for short in either call
from
on the 3:25 train yesterday: or on ten-stops at a nudge

to St. Cloud for interment. The deceased you. He took the Blue Ribbon at the Fair. See special display

formerly resided in New Yor today in our window.
., state. Her mother, Mrs. Mary 1\1.
King, accompanied the remains to St
.,.. Cloud. Miss King was born in New
York April 3, 1875.
Death of Baby Girl "

Dorothy the 13 months old baby: T. H. EVANSJEWELER 1
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girl of Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson,
died in Pine Castle, Monday. Th ;

interment was in the Conway ceme '

tery Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. .
M. M. Tyler
The remains of Mrs. M. M. Tyler Orlando Orange Avenue Florida I'i

were laid to rest yesterday afternoo

: in Ocoee cemetery. The funeral oc
cut red at 2 o'clock from the home.
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rhtun ; FAVORTE THEATRE I; IF"GETUIT AT ALLEN'S nn
trty T. A. Wilson, of Tampa, was in

Orlando yesterday evening. 111111"Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. fl' n n
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright I -
Admission 5 cents ..
Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No.WEEKLY 254 I Mrs. L. Ilaylor, of Kissimmee, visited !
friends in Orlando yesterday. f
SOCIAL CALENDAR shaped like the little French gilt bas- MMMMIi MMMTODAY'S U U i
T Nov. llth-Hth. kets and are three inches tall from :Mr.: Ruhl Bass, of Kissimmee, one PROGRAMFour "CAROLINA"The "

the bottom to the top 6f the handle. of the cattle kings of Osceola county, vi Carolina"Is
Big Reels Today
Wednesday They are especially designed to use visited Orlando yesterday.Mrs. Victor. J'. Warren Kerrigan in "As ,
10 A.M.-Equal Suffrage League, with the Irish crochet doilies and Fate Willed." A drama of today. I
Unity Chapel. center pieces. Flower pot covers are D. C. Thompson has gone to Produced by Joseph DeGrass. a pattern of heavy
A :
Victor. "Those College Days.
3 P.M.Unity Circle; book review; also crocheted to be used with these.! Plant City to visit her daughter, Mrs. comedy, with Victoria Forde Lee Moran : ,
silver modest
Unity Chapel. Serpentine braid is used with cro- ,. Harry Root.Popular and Eddie Lyons. Produced by : II sterling i
Polyanna Club; Mrs. Hal Bourne, cheting to make edges and insertions I Al. Christie. i 9
hostess. for sheets and pillow cases. James Roach is in Orlando Rex. Marian Leonard, in "The Seal and beautiful, pieces are
of Time." This is an exceptionally
Poinsettia Club; Mrs Chas. Camp- New Tea and Rest Room to Open i today from Tampa looking as hand- Rood pro ram. Come and enjoy J.I furnished bright, rich
bell, hostess. Today some as in days of yore. two-reel feature. Everybody likes
Thursday Mrs. Lucy R. Cornish will open her Warren Kerrigan. M and resplendent in their /
3 P.M*-U. D. C. meeting; election of .tea and rest room at lunch today, in Mr. J. H. Schlegel, of Norfolk, Va., .
officers, reports from state conven- the building formerly occupied by is in Orlando today, a guest at the Mrs. B. C. Abernethy retrnued yes- reflecting surfaces. I
tion at Kissimmee, Mrs Edna Ful- Misses Hamilton and Dunn, next to San Juan. terday afternoon from a three
ler. the Yowell-Duckworth department I months visit to relatives and friendsin
Dean and Mrs. Remsen "at home." store. She conducted one similar to Mr. J. H. Lancaster, of Bartow, is Chicago and Birmingham.Mr. 11 "John Hancock"made

8 P.M.-Rosalind Club; "gentlemen's this for the Civic League last year, I among the Floridians spending todayin
evening. and visitors to the city and home Orlando. Peyton Musselwhite returned in sterling silver,
Friday people, too, found this a delightful yesterday from a three months sojourn .
3 P.M.-Young Matrons Card Club; place to drop in for luncheon or tea.I Mrs. James Slemons and little at Hot Springs and Excelsior beautifully ornamented j

Mrs. Hal Beardall, hostess. This year regular meals will be child left yesterday afternoon for a Springs.Mr. .
Saturday served, as well as afternoon tea, and visit to Terre Ceia. and finished with careV -

3 P.M.-Nullos Club; Miss Margaret private dinner parties will be given E. L. Lesley, of Kissimmee, fulness of detail, and 't
Hart, hostess. especial attention. Miss Thekla Wichtendahl left yesterday chairman of the board of county com- I anti :

Younger Matrons Card Club Sewing for Bazaar afternoon to visit relatives misisoners of Osceola, was among V t {air of elegance. ,"
Mrs. Allan Weathersbee was hos- The Methodist ladies spent the afternoon -land friends in Tampa.Mr. the pleasant callers at The Sentinel tf

tess to the Younger Matrons Card yesterday pleasantly sewingfor yesterday.Mrs. We have a complete :
C. M. Berry, one of Sanford's w .
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Club on Tuesday afternoon. Mes- the Christmas bazaar they are to '
citizens business and Mrs. Fred stock of these two ,
Whitman
prosperous was a A. B. pat
in December.
dames James Magruder, DeWitt Miller give early Light refreshments -
Louis Dolive, Thomas Brodwater, were served. All the ladies i caller in Orlando yesterday. Stanley, of Orlando, will attend the n terns. DU
Clubs to be
Davis Fishback, Clarence Brown, and who are winter visitors or inter- Federation of Women's
t!i :Mr.: and Mrs. Arthur M. Clarke, of held in Lakeland next week. It
in the Methodist work
Gordon Wright, and Mrs. LeRoy B. ested church
Giles, as guest of the club, enjoyedher are invited to attend these weekly I|Ocoee, were among the prominent promises to be a notable affair. Carolina"
I[citizens spending yesterday in Or- U "JOAllen:
hospitality. Chicken patties, olives gatherings. &
Oo.
lando. Capt. and Mrs. II. DeVedig, prom-
sandwiches and coffee were For Master TatumA I ,
inent and influential residents of
served. birthday party was given yes- n JEWELERS
r Messrs. P. E. Culley and Dan Gotha, were among the welcome visitors -!
"No Name Card ClubA terday afternoon from 3 to 6 o'clockin
new card dub was entertained honor of the twelfth birthday of Drawdy, leading citizens of Chuluo- to Orlando yesterday. Mrs.: De- ;; RELIABLE REPAIRING. "[ "
Rufus Tatum I ta, were in Orlando yesterday on Vedig will remain in Orlando for several UERYTHItiG GUARANTEED
:yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Charles Master son of :Mr.: and ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. ,
visiting
Campbell. There will be three tablesas Mrs. J. M. Tatum, at the Ohio, on I business.I days
I Wichtendahl.Mr. .
soon as some of their friends return North Orange avenue Sixteen little I
from the North. The name will boys and girls played all kinds of :\ Alice K. Allen, of Long Istand, ..
and Mrs. Vincent H. Green, II lID.,. U I at IllIG I U 11'1 U III II II a MMIMMMMtl
also be chosen later. Those playing games and had a merry time. Re- N. Y., niece of Mr. Hugh Allen, arrived -
Mr. Thornton, mo-
yesterday afternoon were Mesdames freshments were served. last night to spend the winterin accompanied by
Cobb, Chalfant," McCullough, Watson, Orlando. tored to Tampa from Orlando Satur-
day. Mr. Green and Mr. Thornton ;1 ,ur$ evil kg
W. G. Johnson,' Hamilton Johnson, Rev. A. A. Rickert, who has been have returned, but :Mrs. Green is remaining ?
:Miss Shepherd, and the hostess, as absent from Orlando for several Messrs. Forrest Lake, A. T. Ros-
over to attend to shopping.
club members, and Mesdames J. N. months, part of which was spent siter, C. E. Henry and II. C. Du- Tribune. I.
McElroy: M. D. Hutches, Chauncey abroad and in Philadelphia, Pa., returned Boise, of Sanford, were in Orlando -Tampa Pan Cake
FlourNow
Holt, Peter Phalen, and Pliny Nor- to Orlando yesterday.Mr. last night on business. f.
club These meet- The Right ReV. Cameron Mann,
cross, as guests. "
ings will be very informal. Nut cake, J. W. Scanland has arrived for Mrs. E. W. Lott has returned froma D. D.Arcadia, bishop:Monday: of South and Florida Tuesday, visited of-,: is the time for Cakes and Maple
coffee and bon-bons were very refreshing the winter from West Carrollton, visit to Green Cove Springs. She I
after the games. Ohio, to look after a fine orange was accompanied home by her mother the While week here, the he guest confirmed of Rev.a class Shore.of Syrup. We have a fresh supply of Flour.

Crochet Hints grove which he owns about two miles :Mrs.: E. M. Holt, who will spenda '
five adults at St. Edmund's Episcopal Maple Syrup in cans or bottles.
Little crochet bon-bon baskets are south of Orlando. week here. i
church. Bishop Mann is of a strong I
personality and is highly thought of
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i r: PEOPLE'S ANTSIUXXDIAKEHS I MAKE orange and A SPECIALTY grapefruit trees of planting; 98 per Laths and shimalesORLANDO

1 cent. guaranteed to live. References
V furnished. Charges $6.00 per acre.
) Address, Box 222, Ocoee, Fla.
11-10-lmoc
Notices of Lo.t. Wanted For Sale For
Rent ete., for this column 25c. for one day. LOST-Linoleum covered brass toolbox
$Oc. for three days, or fl.i for one week for cover yellow between Peoples
25 words cr less Monty mast accompany; National Bank and Lockhart Fla.,
the advertisements for this column, aa no last Friday. Will pay for return.
insertion will be made on credit. Chas. P. Dow, cashier Peoples National V'
Bank. 11-10-tfc
FOR SALE-1913 Hupmobile touring
car; the best bargain in a used car LOST-On Saturday, pointer dog
mostly white, wire scar just healing
we have ever had. Come by and lookit
over. Orlando Auto and Supply Co. on left hip. Answers to name of
Max. Wore collar with Orlando Ii.
t 11-10-3tc cence. Any information will be ap- Royal Cement Agallte Plaster and Perlection LimeMiMIMMMMIMMMtMMMIMMMM
preciated and paid for by II. C. ::\IcDar.iel. ,
FOR SALE-One horse. f.13 Veach .
WORTHY IMMEDIATE street. 11-4-tf ll-10-3t-
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FOR SALE OR RENT Attractiv W A Dressmaking of any kind, . II I II I C 1111 II u .. ..'FI)
all work guaranteed and prices very
INVESTIGATIONA seven room house, furnished or unfurnished reasonable. Mrs.: J. A. Evans. Phone
; best residence section. 220. No. 200 East Robinson avenue.
Also fine building lots on lake at a 10-29-2w :SU-SJJJESS: :
small tract of fine land great bargain to those who will build
2% miles from Court House, Address Owner care Sentinel, or LARGE, AIRY ROOMS in new, mod-
phone 520. 10-31-1m ern home, not excelled in the citv
on one of the first roads to for location and surroundings. Kitch-
be bricked. FOR SALE-Good boat wagon; can enette if desired. 14 E. Amelia, next
Orange trees, one acre in be used for hunting; cheap. II. C. door to the Wyoming. 11-3-tl ; Important friendships result from the right introduction, and
:McDaniel.: 10-23-lm

Strawberries good well on, premises Banana Grove, good, FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston NICE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, : the most important ones come through the right banking con-
to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
size Nursery. Frank Wakefield, Pine$1.00 Castle.per thousand. 10-25-tf : nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We
We demonstrate Phillips
r can plainly --- -------

f to you that this is the greatest 10-28-tf FOR SALE : invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-
Nursery stocK one, two three and
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value in a small tract of FOR of build-
SALE-Couple good
- land to be found in the coun- ing lots. Call 602 Lafayette street, four Pineapple year Java old ,buds Homosassa; Foster, Washington Early-, : est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .

t ty.Ve shall be pleased to Concord Park. 1186t'FOR Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahla,

,- give all information at our SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. Apopka. Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf

ffice. We are exclusive hand- Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas- BANK & TRUST CO.CLOTHING
I lers of this property. tle. 9-18-tf Who is your painter and decorator<< ? .
If you are satisfied keep the one you
t. FOR SALE-A good Roll Top have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican,

t t QUO BUILDING & LAND CO tle.Desk Call and Chair.on W. Been C. Sherman used very, Rock lit- No. 636. 1-20-tf 11111111111111111111111111111! 1 i!I i!i i i i I i!! I !!i!I.////illltlltlilliilllllllitllllllilllllllll: :!

Building, opposite San Jua Hotel. I A. W. DOWDELL plasterer mason
10-8-tf I and cement worker. 516 W. ChurchSt. -- -

t II North Orange Avenue Phone 420. 10 25lmDon't : ::" ':':::::::' ::;: :IIII: ;:; ::':::: ::: : : :::I : : : : ::::::::::::::::::::
608 FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine
PHONE
' wait for one In town to
in the every
hammock land
; eight grove;
[. OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL present crop of oranges will be from have Entrican the painter before
750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, you try. Am too busy to look you I
ready for setting-10 acres in lake, up. Phone 636 and I will be on the
FRED B. DALEC. one and quarter miles from Apopka. Job. 1-20-tf
H. BRYANT Price $5,000. Address W. II., Box
DAVIS GILES. Counsel.f. 178, Orlando Fla. 9-23-tf
--- Atlantic Coast Line
A. PEPPERCORN, Contractor
FOR SALE OR RENTBeautifulnew
cottage, Highland avenue and 5-TOURIST TRAINS Our new stock of
Park lake in Sunshine Park. R. from
WATCH FOR THE LITTLE Bruce Perry, at Water Works NORTH AND WEST

Eggs fresh STORES from the AD country, 10-25-1m. "Dixie Flyer"
guaranteed
35 cents per',doz. FOR RENT-Five modern rooms, "Dixie Limited Ml and Winter Clothing ; !
The Best Baldwin Apples, 38 cents furnishrd for light housekeeping. "Seminole Limited" I ,
per peck. 406 E. Colonial Drive corner Broad- "Montgomery Route"
Wine Saps, 35 cents per peck. way. ll-10-6t "South Atlantic Limited"
Imported Bananas, 20 cents per doz. Pullman cars from Chicago, St. Louis,
Florida Bananas 10 cents per doz. FOR RENT-Nice furnished rooms; Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisvilleand
Chestnuts from the hills, 15 cents good location and low price. Inquire intermediate points to Jackson- Made by SCHLOSS BROS., is coming in
per pound. 601 East Central avenue. Phone ville, Fla.
Tomatoes, 8 cents per pound. 591. ll-10-6tc Dining Cars
Don't complain of hard times and via and we are anxious for you to see our
the high cost of living, come over to FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice- ATLANTIC COAST LINE
the little store where the prices suit ly furnished rooms; gas separate I Standard Railroad of the SouthJ.
your pocket. Quality guaranteed. bath, new house; adults only. 604 G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., New Styles and high class tailoring. Best
Magnolia avenue. 11-10-tf-I Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa Fla. ,
Votes given with all cash purchases. I. A. W. FRITOT D. P. A.,
THE ORLANDO SPECIALTY CO. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms 38 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. place in the city to buy clothing.
109 West Church Street for light housekeeping; east side;
It1HI near ch'.lches and hotels; quiet neighborhood -
; reasonable rent. Inquire 207 Real Estate Boughtand
NOTICE Palmetto street. ll-10-3t

"Baby" Lewis, daughter of Mrs. FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. Sold. '
I IV. L. Lewis is a candidate in the Inquire No. 8 West Washington St. W. M. SLEMONIIIIIIIIIIMMMIIIIIMIIIMIIHIIIillllMMMIMMIMliC
contest at the Lucerne theater. She I 11-8-tfe -
has been a candidate from the first '
and is I City Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash
running a strong race.
FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with
ll-7-6tc and $1.00 per week buys a Lot
garage; elegantly furnished; on
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Lake l Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. RENTS COLLECTED.
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: NOTICE TO PUBLICMr. 8-27-tf fMilMMIillllMMIMMtMCMMM MI MietlMM MiltMIMIMIMIMAxminster .
J. L. Dean, proprietor of the Notary Work Promptly and Neatly

City Drug Store wishes to announceto FOR RENT-All or part, furnished, Done. . .. . . . ... . ..., . . . . . .
the public that his store is open comfortable, old-fashioned, 5-room ..' '. '.."

all night. Phone 632. 11-7-4tc or cottage phone, call Johnson 712 S.No.Division 67. ll-7-3t street N. P. HATCHERORLANDO ; ; ; ;;: :;
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Fruit For and Sale Valencia--Silver late Cluster orange Grape buds. FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Rhode ,FLORIDA .I" ; 'I'.I t j'

Vigorous stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2 Island Reds, hens and pullets; Office at Pinehurst ParkP. .
C years old.9232m Ward's strain; your choice for $1.00. O. Box 281
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II. C. McDANIEL. Also fryers. Call or write, W. J.
Barber, just south of Drennen Sta- PHONE 403 10-8-lm
I l T. F. Licensed tion. ll-8-6t
HOURIHAN Plumber. I
Conscientious work at fair prices. Rugs
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf FOR RENT-Nicely furnished room;
1 location pleasant and convenient to Wood Wood WoodExcellent
meals; private family. 202 Robinson
: FOR SALE BY II. C. McDAMEL avenue, east. 8-3t 1


1 f located 7 Room right stucco; built cottage right;,will near be Eola sold; FOR light RENTFurnished housekeeping, with apartmentsfor all conveniences Core in Pine Wood Supplied ; 9x12 high grade Rugs, former price $25, ; |


l I r right.21 of Orlando's most desirable East Pine;,also between sleeping Liberty porches.and Lake 307 any quantity i sale price $18.75.Remember .
building lots, near Lake Eola; will be streets. ll-8-6t ,
I sold only to people agreeing to build SPtCIAL PRICES ON FIVE
t houses in keeping with the location. FOR RENT-Furnished for light fresh from the
r 10 Acres on north side of Lake housekeeping, suite of large, pleas- STRANDS OR MORE all of our goods are i

cleared land.Ivanhoe.; suited overlooking for a home Orlando site;;good al! also ant rooms two nice; all sleeping modern rooms conveniences; private; : factories. We do not buy old furniture stores out


f. 5 year 18 1-2 old Acres budded land grapefruit, about 17 acres and or-in family ll-8-6tc.; close in. 312 North Main St. ELDREDGE BARLOWTelephone : and ship the goods here and try to palm the goods j

anges; 21-2 miles from city limits; FOR RENT-Small flat modern con- 375 off' for new and fresh stock. :
overlooks 4 lakes; nothing better in veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A. :
s Florida for the price. Knox. 11-3-tf South Street, near A. C. L. I

10-23-lm FOR RENT Seven room house; water Tracks We give with all cash sales.
coupons
gas, electric lights, bath etc.;
; T. A. MANN barn, stable chicken house; lot 100 by 9-l-lm
200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange
avenue. 10-31-tf
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I F Crocery, Pine St.SPECIALS POSITION WANTED-Young man
wants position as stenographer or Anniher Big BargainFive
f
Snowden
bookkeeper, or both. Small salary to Kincaid &
start. Thoroughly competent. Sober,
f steady and reliable. Address "C. ."
care SentineL 11-5-tfc
acres with beautiful lakefront
outside the lim- Low Priced Furniture House.
-- ----- just city
3 Cans Imported Sardines________25c MISCELLANEOUSWANTED its and hard road I I
on a only

3 Cornflakes -----------________25c -Refined white woman as five minutes walk to the new i Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, FloridaCOFll1ON'S || I

:' 3 Old Dutch Cleanser ----___--__25cBaker's ferred companion; good;home Northern; moderate woman salary.pre- brick road. Improved with new :!:' : ,! !!!!! ,:: :: : : :: : : 1 ::, ::: : : ::: :: : : : : : ::: t
six frame residence ..
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: Cocoa --------__________22eBaker's Address GYZ Sentinel. 7-lw-eod room -

J, Chocolate halves _______20c rage and Poultry House. 200 ,
TWO GENTLEMEN roomers wanted. I
Cream of Wheat --------_______15c 313 West Central avenue.\ Grapefruit and Orange trees CARRIAGEAND DressmakingMrs.
10312wMR. that will bear next season, also
Pillsbury Best Cereal _________15C
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f 100 trees of choice Florida fruits R. S. Cohoon has
Malt Breakfast Food _________I5c : HOME SEEKER:-The Rose to
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see for Real estate of Quality and for home use. This is a beauti- resumed her dressmak-

Austin Nichols 2 lb. Beans ______lOcI special bargains in all lines is Clar- ful location and a great bargainat DR. L. H. RAMSDELLOPTOMETRIST ing and is now located ,
ence W. Rose 308 North Main street. BAGGAGE TRANSfER
I Campbell's 2 lb. Beans -_________10c 10-27-10t $3800. in Room 4, Way building,

Libby's 2 lb. Beans __-___________10c< (Successor to Dr. O. P. Ukiu) on Orange avenue, where
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS at 221 :i. T. HARRELL Prop.
Schneider's Catsup pints ________20c Robinson avenue, on Lake Eola. Cooper Atha ORLANDO' FLORIDAWE she cordially invites all

; Fish Flakes ____________________10c 10-31-3w Piano and Furniture FIT GLASSES. GRIND' LENSES' ladies needing anything
FURNISHED ROOMS: and board, for in the E
wearing apparelline
Peas per can __________________lOc six adults. Address Kentucky Home, tIC South Orange Are, Ground FloorPhone Moving a Specialty AND DO ALL KINDS OF to call and her.r' .
\11 Palmer Orlando. see
street Lake No. 311
'l Fox River Butter ______________37c Cherokee. 10-17-lm 8 E. Church St. PHONE 487 OPTICAL REPAIRING I

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Coming Week Events Are a
Scheduled to Interest Amer- DANN'S TRANSFER
ican Readers Besides

War News Dr. B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.

Washington, Nov 9.-For the com-
ing week a number of events are Livery, Draying and HaulingWE
scheduled to share the interest of
American readers with the daily reports -
from the European war zone.
Uniformity in the matter of state GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
laws will be discussed by the gover-
nors of thirty or more states, who are 2
to meet in Madison, Wis., Tuesdayfor
AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK --
a four-day conference. ?y x .
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Other important gatherings of the ; .
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conven- Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
tions of the American Federation of i
Labor, at Philadelphia; the National HORSES FOR SALE 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON
American Woman Suffrage Associa- 'j I
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tion, a't Nashville; the Fourth American ,(!
'Phone 257. Orlando
Road Congress, at Atlanta; the I 11 HDrsepower: GUARANTEED 3'Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic
Investment Bankers' Association of Mechanical Oil Pump, Step'Starter and 66 Refinements)
America, at Philadelphia; the United i
Irish League of America, at New s:37 x.00 ;
York, and the American Associationfor I !
the Study and Prevention of Infant 129 Orange Ave. .

Mortality, at Boston. I I. . ., ... . :Ii Wright & Hilpert Orlando '
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herds.Segregate cattle from infected ,1 JIIII.lel.III.31IC.III. . . ,.. ..... . & '
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Keep cattle, sheep, hogs, and horses : ;
from ranging on land or highways 1 1
traversed by infected cattle. : IN OFFICE OR L
Spray creosote and bichloride of I ;
Packers and Shippers of
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lime on infected areas. !

Slay infected animals and bury Fruits and Vegetables. 'I j. i!
them in quick lime. RELIABLE :
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Do not allow persons from farms '
where disease exists to visit your I will operate alone under above name and shall WARMTH AND i
farm. The germs may be carried I preciate the business of all who have and any who COMFORT ARE j
twenty miles on the sole of the shoe. ; not patronized me in the last three years. For SUPPLIEDBY I
Kill all rats in infected areas. tion call on or write me at my Packing House at
cattle which have 1111'I
Quarantine all of Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in ,1
come in contact with infected cattle ,
and bind hoofs with bandages soakedin building, which I am equipping with Mauld's latest
bichloride of lime. The disease will chinery and can consequently give you same
run through a whole herd. which has always spoken for itself.

My efforts will be to sell all Dossible before
ASK MORE EQUITABLE RATE ON
to distribution. ;
CYPRESS LUMBER FROM .,

FLORIDA W. A. DADE, Gen. GAS HEATERS

I; Washington, Nov. 9. An attackwas :THE ORIGINAL COPPER REFLECTOR GAS HEATERS 1
made today before the Interstate 9-18-2 m ORLANDO, '
Commerce Commission upon existing These marvelous beaters
freight rates on shipments of cypress . ... .. . .. i develop heat quickly;
they do not vitiate
lumber from Florida points to northern or "t '
dry up the air. *
and eastern destinations. The .. . ... .. .. . . .
Cypress company of Pensacola, Fla., The EUfiXt is the Original
alleged that the rates are excessive THE CHASE & CO Copper Reflector Gas Heater. "' -
and discriminatory, in that they are I It heats by nature's own '
higher than rates contemporaneouslyin method-that of reflected heal :
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effect on shipments of yellow pine I AT From its shining copper plateit

l lumber. The commission is requestedto I" Is modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- the casts floor a and cheerful furniture glow,quickly upon v '; :

equalize the rates.. date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the bringing the entire room to an
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PROPER PAOKINGFIRST even,healthy temperature. -
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,AID TO WE WILL BE GLAD TO SHOW YOU THE VARIOUS STYLES

SCALP I HIGHEST PRICESwhich

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Surely Cease When You Use however, would not accomplish the end
ian Sage-Makes and Fluffy Your Hair l'ariS-1 by the grower, if he did not also have available the

Now that Parisian Sage-a scien-l vices

tific hair preparation and scalp need-can that supplies be had at I| ofTHE CHASE & CO ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
any drug counter, or from McElroy'sPharmacy
it is certainly needless to I
have thin brittle, matted, stringy or, SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM GAS DEPARTMENTMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIOMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMOM
faded hair. No matter how unsi
ly your hair, how badly it is ht-I! which, with selling forces thoroughly organized,
out, or how much dandruff, Parisian|'J rienced, competent and reliable. .. .
, Sage is all that is needed. Every .1.11.1.111.111.11.1..111.11.1..1.1.111.11.II..I.I.I.IIIII IIII.IIIIP
trace of dandruff is removed with I GIVES THE GROWER
one application, the hair roots are HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS ;
nourished and stimulated to prow I LIST YOUR PROPERTY LAUNDRY BUYERS AND SELLERS
new hair, itching scalp and falling
me now, while I have the time
hair cease-your hair becomes soft CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITEDGROWERS' Your general laundry work, French I buy, seli, rent, and exchange real
fluffy, abundant and radiant with life look it over and familiarize myself' dry cleaning, and pressing will be ap- estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla.,
and beauty. MARKETING AGENTS the talking points. I made the preciated. Satisfaction and service over: 30 years. Have handled over
Parisian Sage is surely one of the largest number of sales last winter guaranteed. Open September 28th. $20,000,000. Call and see me.
most invigorating and refreshing hair CII..A..SE & nd expect to do even better this win- Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry, 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.If .
-tonics known. It is easily used at I : CO. I My prospects are beginnig to arrive for whites only. 9-25-tf
home--not expensive, and even one I and it might cause you to lose
,application proves its goodness. t&f.1; ; Main Office, Jacksonville Florida I sale by putting it off. Call today Up to date painting, papering etc., you have subscribed for the Sen-
A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, my new offices in the Watkins is the kind you want. Where to getit tinel and are not receiving your pa-
I T. F. HOORIHAN. Licensed Plumber.I building and list your property.
9-30-d&w will do favor
by notifyingus
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That's
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-i Conscientious work at fair prices. WALTER W. ROSE. easy, phone 636. W. T. per you
I Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf I, t IU J .JLLLJJ1111 .I 1I.ut tI: t> U U ] Real Estate. Phone 655. .Entrican. 1-20-tf at once.

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STATE APPORTIONMENTDuval -
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County Highest, Franklin -
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County's Share
Shown

Orange county schools have been

apportioned $2,232.30 as their shareof '... .-." :. .. ".. --..'-: _.-
the state school fund raised by: the '" -
one mill tax, the apportionment be-

ing made on a basis of $1.05 per pu- ,. ; ., .
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pil. The average attendance in Orange '.
For To-day- county schools was 2126. I -.. : .. .; .I.J 1 '
The report of W. N. Sheats, state I .' ,:
Tomorrow and every other day, you'll find superintendent of public instruction,I .. if jr
in his report to the state comptrollershows
a check account with the State Bank mighty that there was a total DO IJ
attend-I YOUJlov 't1i D) RST.c\ND i
handy in keeping an accurate record of your ance of 126,565 for the }' ,
affairs. that the total amount under the one
money I I
mill tax that is apportioned is $132- / yon can personally !>c i>2t1 lftt-
Take note-how many business men: 89325.: Duval county shows the larg- !
pay you in cash? Very lew-for businessmen est average attendance of pupils in tell Ly the advantages- ] accruing to j ,
the public schools, 9,496, and has ap- the commmfinity !> 1 it'i'w !
take chances y
cannot by carrying money portioned to it the largest amount
about. The safe way is the business-like I from this one mill tax fund, or $9- i
way-our bank checks. 970.80. Franklin county makes the I : ) federal 1 rl.,'u'> .;ltV"I=; \C'f"; ? 1
smallest showing of any county in .t'1
Try paying with checks. the state, with 584 pupils and an 1
I I apportionment of $613. ,. Call, telephone or write anti} v/s 1-'liU 1. ..

The State Bank of Orlando mail our booklet---just out---v/liicli

;TO OPEN NEW FACTORYIce : explains this act fully]) and clearly. ':. }


Cream Factory to Be Openedon

Liberty Street in a KSL a
Short Time by

C. II. Hoeffle .< .. : .
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CRIMINAL COURT Ross Hobbs pleaded guilty to the .:- '.:' >
It was announced yesterday thatC. ,
I I charge of open profanity and was. .
H. Hoeffle :will manufacture ice
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fined $25 and cost.J.
The criminal court which convenedin and sell it at wholesale withina '' .
cream ...
K. Swick, 4'
cruelty to animals '
Orlando Monday disposed of the short time. His new manufacturing : .
pleaded guilty and fined ..
was $3 and -
following cases since our last report: cost or thirty days. plant is located at 205 Liberty -D :" J ,. :
Ned Brown, Josie Brown and Jas. street and he will be ready for busi- : ; J&lP@ J_ 0
ness as soon as a new motor is in-
Cole, charged with petit larceny. Ned
FOR RENT FURNISHED-Three stalled. His ice cream factory will
was given three months on the road. large, rooms, and sleeping .
airy be the epitome of cleanliness and will .
E Cole three weeks, and Josie Brown ,porch Foster; near 411 Lake South Lucerne.Boone street.Mrs. J. E. be modern and up to date in every .. .' : ,'.'. ..:'' '. ..". .- : ..:.'. ... :.' ......
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BLACK CHIFFON TAFFETA SILKS, soft
as
as satin, pure dye and full 36 inches wide, SILK POPLINS, you know this graceful'silk PANNE VELVA, a silk of unusual charm, richcolorings
$1.25 quality, in this sale 89c and wool Poplin. Silk wedded to wool; and shimmering: finish, 42 inches $ 1.48
wide, $1.75 quality, in this sale for
beauty linked to service. Rich enough

BLACK CHIFFON TAFFETA SILKS the best for evening; reliable enough for
streets 1.19
:. grade, soft and supple, with a radiant wear, 42 inches wide, $1.50 quality --- SATIN CREPE METEOR, a superior quality,
sheen. $1.50 quality, in this sale ________ 98c rich in finish and appearance, 42 inches
wide, $2.50 quality, in this sale $ .198

CHIFFON TAFFETA SILKS, soft as satin, CREPE DE CHINE, it is 40 inches wide, a full '
rich in colors and quality, 36 inches wide, range of colors, in street and evening CREPES, a beautiful selection in plain! stripesand
full range of colors, $1.75 quality, in this shades.Though we have established a repu- Jacquard patterns, practically every
sale _________________________________$ 1.29 tation on this Crepe de Chine as the shade is represented, 65c. and 75c. qual44
Orlando break the ity, in this sale C
best in at ,
$1.50 we price ------------------
for this sale $1.19 .
SOFT CHIFFON TAFFETAS, rich colorings,
new tinted evening shades, full yard wide, $1.50 quality in this sale _______________ J> 1. are odd lots and some of them worth up to25C
the 75c., your choice in this sale __________
MESSALINES SATINS, not skimpy
SILK POPLINS, a fabric adaptable to the mode Weight, but a full weight satin with a twill II
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

I sale _________________________________ 9Sc a regular $1.00 quality, special inthis sale 50c., your choice in this sale ____________ 19c

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