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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 13, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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LUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER13,191-1.: NUMBER: 236.






CANNONS ROAR RIFLES SCREAM BLOOD






FLOWS BATTLE OF YSER IS AN INFERNO



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ONE WORLD OF THE IS :MOST RAGING TERRIBLE ALONG BANKS BATTLES OF IN YSER-TEU-HISTORY OF CRIMINAL COURT GRINDS NEW\ AWNING\ GUERNSEY, OIXMUDE FALLS MISS ROBINSON



TONS ARE MAKING EVERY EFFORT TO WIN AWAY BUILDING

AND PROGRESS TO THE COAST
TO GERMANS ELECTED

WILL NOT CLEAU. DOCKET CONTRACT AWARDED AND

How Long Can Bloody Duel Last is The UNTIL MIDDLE OF WORK WILL START

NEXT WEEK SOON TOWN CAPTURED BY TEU PRESIDENT ANNIE COLEMAN -

Question Baffling Military ExpertsTide
TONS ON DIRECT ROAD : CHAPTER OF
New Jury Was Drawn for Duty Other Improvements Are Being

Made in the Same Blockon TO DUNKIRK THE U. D. C.
of Conflict Ebbs and Flows-Advantage First With Allies for Next WeekDay'sRecord

of CourtProceedings Orange Avenue
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Then With Calais Fierce Is Still Germans-Dixmude Objective Point of Has the Fallen but Looks Fine JUST FIFTY MILES FROM CALAIS MEETING AT MRS. FULLER'S HOME


Teuton Offensive The Orange county criminal court The contract for a new awning for

of record still continues to do workat the Guernsey building was awarded English and French Theory Is Large Number Present-Plans

PARIS, NOV. 12.-TIIE YSER TODAY WAS A WHITE PIT FOR THE ; the old stand and from appear- yesterday to Contractor J. F. That Holding of DixmudeIs Were Discussed for Coming
ances will not be able to clear the
INFERNO RAGING IN WEST FLANDERS. ACROSS IT BELCHED, Ange. The new awning will conform Only Temporary Year-Interest Is
docket until far into next week. Yes-
RAINED, AND SCREAMED THE TERRIFIC DEADLY FLOW OF MACHINE -
with the others in the block the
terday afternoon a new jury was on ArrangementBerlin DesiredThe
GUNS, RIFLE, AND CANNON FIRE, IN DEFENDING THE
drawn for duty next week, the per- east side of Orange avenue and will
WEST BANK OF THE CANAL FROM THE FURIOUS ATTACKS OF
sonnel of which will not be known be a noticeable improvement. There Nov. .-The general annual business meeting of
THE REHABILITATED ARMY OF THE DUKE OF WURTEMBURG.THE .
until Sheriff Gordon makes his re will be no posts, the awning to be headquarters report tonight says the Annie Coleman Chapter, Daughtersof
GERMANS HAD CROSSED THE YSER AFTER OVERWHELMING -
turn.R. supported by chains. The old awn- enemy who advanced from Nieuportas the Confederacy, was held yesterday -
THE BELGIANS WHO HAD BEEN ATTEMPTING A SORTIE AT
L. Verbie, who was tried on the ing will be torn away in a few days far as Lombardzyde have been afternoon at the residence of
LOMBAERTZYDE FOLLOWING AN ADVANCE FROM NIEUPORT.
i charge of cutting B. G. Williams, was and then the work of constructionwill driven across the Yser and now the Mrs. John T. Fuller, on Lucerne Cir-
THE GERMANS ALSO WERE IN DIXMUDE. BUT TODAY THE
acquitted. be commenced. The awning will eastern bank of the Yser as far as cle. The meeting was a very interesting -
GERMANS WERE DRIVEN BACK ACROSS THE YSER IN A FURIOUS
Walter Jordan charged with as- extend the entire distance of the the sea is cleared of the enemy. j I one and largely attended.In .
ATTACK TO WHICH THE ALLIES RETURNED AFTER BEING RE-
sault with intent to kill one Chas. S. building on Orange avenue and on South of Dixmude the Germans declare the absence of the president,
INFORCED, AND TONIGHT THE INVADERS HAD BEEN EXPELLED
Foster .resulted in a mistrial. the south side as far as the east side that their attacks are progress- Deaconess Parkhill, Mrs. A. G. Bran-
FROM THE WEST BANK, EXCEPT IN ONE LOCALITY, WHICH IS NOT
MENTIONED. Julia Bell Singleton arid Nancy of the south entrance. ing.In ham presided.

Moultrie, profanity. Pleaded guilty. Other ImprovementsOther the region east of the Ypres After the minutes of the previous
ALSO THE GERMANS HAVE FAILED TO IMPROVE THEIR CON-
Five dollars and costs or thirty dayson improvements are being further advances are claimed where meeting were read and approved, re-
DITION AT DIXMUDE. AN ATTEMPT TO DEBOUCH FROM DIX-
the road. made in the same block. The Curtis several hundred prisoners and artil- ports from the various committeeswere
MUDE DURING THE NIGHT OF YESTERDAY, RESULTED IN FAIL-
Gus Green, open profanity. Pleaded & O'Neal store front was given a lery have been captured. read. Miss Margaret Hart, del-
URE, FOR THE GERMAN NIGHT ATTACK WAS MET AT THE ALLIES' -
guilty. Not sentenced. fresh coat of white paint yesterday.A West of the forest of Argonne, and egate to the state convention held
TRENCHES JUST OUTSIDE THE TOWN AND THE GERMANS
WERE DRIVEN BACK. MORE REINFORCMENTS ARE BEING RUSHED I I Will :Myers, assault and battery. new office directory is being installed in the'forest itself, the allies' attacks last week in Kissimmee, gave a very

Verdict guilty, with recommendation at the foot of the Orange have been repulsed.In interesting and comprehensive reportof
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,BEHIND THE LINE WESTWARD TO DIXMUDE AND THE ALLIES
to the mercy of the court. $5 and street entrance to the upstairs officesin the eastern theater of war the the convention, for which she was!!
HOPE BEFORE THE END OF ANOTHER DAY TO HAVE DISLODGEDTHE
PRUSSIANS FROM THE TOWN. II I costs or thirty days on the road. the Watkins block. German cavalry operating near Ka- given a unanimous vote of thanks.

I-U lisch have driven back the Russian Miss Mary Robinson was elected
GENERAL JOFFRE REPORTS THAT HIS UNITED ARMIES:: ARE
Northerners Orlando cavalry which had made fresh ad- president; Mrs. A. R. Bogue, first
HOLDING THEIR POSITIONS TO THE NORTH AND THAT THERE IS Coming to By
I Mrs. Edna Fuller
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NO SIGN OF A BREAK IN THE LINE. THE OFFENSIVE HAS BEEN I I vances. vice-president;

RETAKEN BY THE ALLIES. REPORTS FROM THE CENTER SHOW Scores To Escape Ice Snow and Sleet second vice-president; Mrs. D. C.

GAINS OF GROUND IN THE VICINITY OF TRACY LEVAL, AND TO I,I I London, Nov. 12.-The wave of optimism Thompson, secretary; Mrs.' W. P.
-- which has been Watson treasurer Mrs. M. O. Over-
I sweeping ;
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NORTHEAST OF THE FOREST OF L'AIGLE, AND THE GERMAN
ATTACKS HAVE AVAILED THE INVADERS NOTHING. I I I Orlando is the greatest cosmopolitan warm welcome from their many ac- England for the past week was street, Mrs. A. G. Branham, Mrs.

-I 1 I city in the South. Letters come quaintances and friends. checked today by news of the Ger- Seth Woodruff, and Mrs. E. R. Bliss,

from all states announcing the approach From Keystone State man occupation of Dixmude and the i irenewed' historical committee.
Three German Cruisers Sunk STORMY: SUFFRAGE SESSION I
I of tourists to spend the winter Mr. and Mrs.:: W: H. Caswell, of indication of the peril from I Miss Mary Robinson and Miss Jean
London, Nov. 12.-No confirmationhas ,
in fair Florida; trains coming in Bradford, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. J.W. German submarines by the fate of Person assisted Mrs. Fuller in serv-
been received by the press bureau Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 12.-The I
every day bring tourists and northern Clarke, of New Castle, Pa., have the torpedo boat Niger, which yes- ing hot tea and sandwiches.
of the report circulated generally mailed fist is to replace the gloved I Orlando the arrived the winter Those Mrs. B. G. Ab-
people to by scores. to again spend terday morning was destroyed: by a present were
this afternoon, particularly in the
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hand as the policy of the National Hoosiers, Buckeyes, Keystoners, Em- among us. These excellent people are torpedo launched from a submarineof ernethy, Mrs. W. P. Watson, Mrs. A.
lobbies of the house of commons, that
American Suffrage Association deal pire-staters and others all come to being extended a warm welcome from the enemy. This occurred within G. Branham, Mrs. J. N. McElroy, 3 1
three German cruisers had been sunkin
ing with senators and Orlando to peacefully and content- the entire citizenship, all of whom sight of the English shore in the Mrs. S. G. Dolive, Mrs. E. R. Bliss,
congressmen
the Pacific. No location was speci-
I edly spend the winter season, escap- they number among their friends. narrow part of the channel where Mrs. S. N. Yowell, Mrs. J. D. Barnes,
fied in the rumors. opposed to suffrage extension and
I ing the Icy Stare of the WeatherMan They are pleasantly located at 714 several hundred ships lay at anchor. I Mrs. Hart, Miss Margaret Hart, Mrs. '

humanitarian measures, if the spir- I I and the Cold Shoulder of Jack West Church street. The importance of the fall of Dix- Josiah Ferris, Mrs. A. R. Bogue, Mrs.
Serbian Crushed
Right Wing
ited row,this afternoon at the sessionof ,Frost. From Hoosier State mude is difficult to estimate withoutan Sloan, Miss Jean Person, Miss Mary J
Washington, Nov. 12.-The Aus-
trian ambassador announced tonightthe the convention of that body here Here are some of the late arrivals: :Mrs.: M. U. Spinks arrived yesterday exact knowledge of how the opposing Robinson, Mrs. Seth Woodruff, Mrs.

receipt of an official wireless today is a true indication of the feel- From New York StateA afternoon from Indianapolis, forces are disposed in this M. O. Overstreet, and Mrs. W. E.

letter addressed to the editor of Ind., and as usual will spend the sea- locality, but the town is on the direct Giles.
from Vienna that the right Servian ing of the delegates.The .
The Sentinel states that James Mc- son at Kutter Kove Kottage, on Rock road to Dunkirk, and if the German I Plans for a great work the coming
wing had been crushed. famous so-called blacklist of
Neil, of Hudson, N. Y., will arrive in lake. forces can debouch from it, the allies year were discussed and the ladies

congressional committees of the national Orlando November 20. He will arrive From New Hampshire probably will be compelled to fall I I hope that all who are interested and

DEGREE CONFERRED suffrage body is responsiblefor I at the same time the big partyof :Mr.: and Mrs. Geo. A. Wood, of back to new positions in their effortsto I eligible to the United Daughters of

the trouble. The debate was so fifty from Glens Falls is expected. West Lebanon, N. H., where they block the way to the coast. I I the Confederacy: join with them.

4 The Olivet Commandery No.1, ardent and extended that it was nec- Here From New Jersey ; have been spending the summer, With Dixmude in their possessionthe i i Election U. D. C. Officers

Knights Templar, conferred the tem- essary to make consideration of com- 'I Mrs. Anna A. White, of East Orange have left for Orlando. They are passengers invaders were today less than I Savannah, Ga., Nov. 12.-The sec

plar degree upon :Milton Boyer, of mittees' recommendations a special N. J., arrived yesterday after- I I on Merchants and Miners:: fifty miles from Calais and much I I ond day's session of the general con-

Sanford, last night. The commandery order of business for tomorrow morn- II noon to be the guest of Mrs. W. II. 1: steamship, and will be at their home, nearer Dunkirk, and the fight they vention of the United Daughters of

will have a big meeting Decem- ing when the discussion will be re- I'I Bryant, proprietress of the Winder- ;, 202 West Amelia avenue, Wednesday have been putting up in the face of the Confederacy began this morningin

ber 3, when Galen Seamon, grand newed. 'I mere, on Lake Lucerne. I I|evening. tremendous losses seems to bear out the Guards' hall. The election of
commander of Florida, will pay an Mrs. :Medill: :McCormick: of Chicago
From Buckeye State I I From Empire StateI what has been so often said-that officers resulted as follows: _'

official visit of inspection. chairman of the congressional i :Mr.: and :Mrs.: Geo. C. Lautenschlager I I :Miss: L. N. Barnum, Mrs. Julia S. they will not abandon this struggleto Mrs. Daisy McLaurin Stevens, pres-

committee, assailed RepresentativeMann ,'' of Dayton, Ohio, have arrived to Squires, Capt. Chas. L. Albertson and reach the coast unless they are ut- ident-general, Brandon, Miss.

DANCING. PARTY :: of Illinois, and Senator Lodge, spend the season at their home, CC I Capt. S. D. Barnum have arrived terly crushed. I Mrs. B. B. Ross, first vice-presi

of :Massachusetts: severely for their ,: Lake View. They are among Orlan-' from Waverly, N. Y., and are now The English and French theory is dent-general, Auburn, Ala.

Thirteen guests from the Keystone attitude toward suffrage which pre- do's regular winter residents and this happily ensconced in their pretty and that the holding of Dixmude is only I Mrs. W. T. Culbertson, second vice-

hotel motored to Lake Conway cipitated a storm. :Many: delegates city would not seem like itself with- hospitable home on Lake Jennie temporary; that its history will be president-general, Kiowa, Okla.

Wednesday night, where they enjoyeda rising to her support while others opposed out them. They are receiving a Jewell. much the same as that of other o Mrs. I. W. Faison third vice-presi-
chicken dinner and her. ._ I
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MISS SAFFORD HONORED BASKET BALL TONIGHT I


Financial Condition Improved; Considerable -interest was mani- I I I:,, The girls' basket-ball teams from Crisis in Mexico Demands That r

I
I fested yesterday when news of the the Cathedral school will play a game I

The Cotton Situation is BetterNew election of lIissIary A. Safford, of '' tonight in the Armory. There will Gen. Funston Remain in Control

Orlando, as vice-president for Flor- also be an exhibition by the two

ida of the Southern States Woman's teams from the "Orlando Rifles," andI --

York, Nov. 12.-Cumulative The increasing trade balance and Suffrage Association was announced.The I I I a good game is expected. Remember, Washington, Nov. 12.-The admin i tion of Mexico, declaring Carranza to

evidence of improvement in the financial easier money it was pointed out, were convention is being held at Chat I I the admission !is free to everybody. istration is devoting itself to safe- I be "in rebellion," and Villa has started -

situation!! was again forthcoming : potent factors in dispelling much of tanooga. I I The games start at 8 o'clock.UNIQUE guarding the interests of American 1 on a march to Mexico City, where
today. This was seen in the removal : the slepression which has so long pre- ____ __ I
citizens, and those of other for- !, he may be joined by the army of
of virtually all restrictions against vailed in this industry. There were eign nationalities in Mexico City, !| Zapata.The .

dealing in unlisted securities, official reports of a better foreign demandfor BURIAL IN TENNESSEE;I E TELEPHONE BOX because of the report that anarchy I state department is communicating -

intimation of an early reopening of copper metal, but this had no effect I I would prevail there on the arrival of I with Silliman and Carothers,
the cotton exchange and the unanimous on quoted prices, which were un- I
Remains of Rev. Richardson to I All Telephone Wires Center in Zapata and Villa troops. Gen. Fun- who reports he is on the way with
vote of the Clearing.House as- changed from the low figures of the I I
ston, in a message to the secretary Villa to learn the exact facts. Silli-
sociation the question of reduc- preceding month.Commercial Be Interred at Old Homeat One Box in the Watkins
on of war, today denounced as false the man has so far reported that the
ing reserve requirements from 25 to paper was more 'freely Clearwater Block Private I
published report that he told Aguilarhe Mexican minister of war has assured
18 per cent., in accordance with the accepted at the lower rates recently Tenn. ExchangeThe
would evacuate Vera Cruz. him that 25,000 troops are in or near
provisions of the federal reserve law quoted, the inquiry coming mainly
I II I The general situation has become Mexico City and can preserve order.
which becomes effective at the beginning Ii'II from New England.All Obsequies were conducted yester- Watkins block has a unique so complicated as shown by official

of next week. the news from London was of day afternoon at 1:30 o'clock by Dr. telephone system. Last week cables I I
I news received at the department that Washington, Nov. 12.-Constitutionalist -
The outcome of the recent naval an optimistic character, this being E. T. Poulson, pastor of the Baptist from the Orlando telephone exchange I I I the talk of recalling General Funston headquarters announced to-

engagement in the Indian ocean predicted in large part in the figures church, assisted by Rev. A. A. Rick- :; were run underground to the Watkins I
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... has been stopped.The day that the convention had named ;.
found response in record breaking contained in the latest statement of ert, a personal friend of the deceased block, thence up the east wall of the
I II state department has dis- Villa chief of the army to attack
shipments of cotton, as well as another the British board of trade. A ruling over the remains of Rev. J. I building and centered in a box on the
... I patches from the national conven- Carranza.
.o reduction in marine insurance permitting members to deal in stocks II. Richardson, who died at his resi- second floor. From this central box

rates. during the impending settlement, dence, 703 East Anderson street, the wires are distributed to the different -I I
Xmas is coming sure.Ve are THE WEATHER
Sentiment regarding steel trade without payment of extra margin interest Wednesday morning. The remainswere offices in the building. In case '

conditions was more cheerful al- was helpful in stabilizing yesterday taken to his old homei. of trouble it may easily be traced to loaded up with'' novelties. Come and Florida: Rain Friday and probably -

.. rt tho. h little buying was reported. prices in the trade market. .. Sweetwater, Tenn., for interment. the central point. fee us. Curtis 4 O'Neal. Saturday.

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KITCHEN CONSERVATIONThe scrap basket, a utility bag, TRUE-CHEAP t tliMIMIMIilllllllllilMM M MMMMIIHIIIIMMLET
mitt for wiping off the
kitchen is being restored to its soft paper for wiping :
former high place in the family es things to be used for the i ME BEAUTIFY YOUR GROUNDS
teem. It is not, as formerly, the of cooking, parchment WITH PAINT MEANSThe I
: WHETHER A :COUNTRY ESTATE
largest and most comfortable living chopping bowl when
room in the house, but. it is being etc., to save washing- paint which covers the largest : OR A SMALL CITY LOT
made a far more interesting and gratifying are in a complete kitchen .
resort. surface-Gives the longest service -

When little biographies of the women OPPORTUNITY I -Lasts and looks well.THAT'S : BLUE PRINTS AND DETAILED PLANTING IN-
who are among the pioneers of Opportunity stares up at
: STRUCTIONS AT REASONABLE: PRICES
home science shall be written, we may our want ad. page.It .
look for the name of Mrs. Helen Arm- may be a better -
strong, whose articles in the differ- the cottage you want to
ent magazines and papers every wo- chance to own a house on ( Harrisons'"Town ,, Werner F. Nehrling
man used to read, no matter what -a new cook-an ambitious
their profession. Perhaps some of us I -what not? 'I & Country" : LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTAND
have wondered why that name had so I Want ads. bristle with
completely disappeared, to be grati- cies of the work-a-day : --
fied in finding the same person doing can ill afford to overlook The result of over a Hundred : CONSULTING HORTICULTURISTIf

the same work, but now under the your daily reading. A( Years Experience. fA()
name of Mrs. Helen Ruggles. : you contemplate planting a citrus groveit

Utensils, according to Mrs. Rug- Prof. Taft's quiet Get our free book "Cause & Effect." A will pay you to get my advice.

gles, should be grouped for four pro- garding the rapid ( It tells you many things you ought to know. /I Local Agent for BUCKEYE NURSERIES -
cesses: Preparation of food, cooking
of food, serving, and cleaning up.I I form Progressive of revenge.party is a I SOLD BY .,. Tampa, Fla.
Each woman has her own conditions I
I Ito Ollice Above PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
meet and must work out her own I
plan, which needs when it comes downto FALLING HAIR ORITCHING, Bumby Hardware Co. PHONE 570 n-io-tf
the work of a given day to be an ,
elastic plan for reasons which every a.m.'q For the last Twenty-five Years. i
woman can guess. ..If 11.1.11. II ,1.1.,1111 .1. ,1111 . . II
Surely Cease When You
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In the assembling or getting of ian Sage-Makes Your
things together for work, there is and Fluffy " " " " .
both mental and physical conserva- Now that Parisian Sage ,,
tion. Since a great many women do tific preparation that CONWAY NURSERIES.
hair and scalp need-can ,
not properly value their time and
any drug counter, or from '
learn how to shorten hours in the Pharmacy, it is certainly : GROWERS AND DEALERS IN
kitchen, Mrs. Ruggles gives this defi- have thin, brittle, matted, '

nition:it."Time" She is believes what it that costs it to is replace a- ly faded your hair.hair,No how matter badly how it Leading Varieties of Citrus Trees jj i

out, or how much dandruff, 1
legitimate expense to equip a kitchen Sage is all that is needed. : R. T. PEEL, Proprietor. _
with labor saving devices, and legiti- trace of dandruff is SHARE IN PROFITS
TO
Local Salesman BUYERS
mate waste to throw away any broken one application, the hair '
and worn out utensil to use which is nourished and stimulated :, I St. Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATE t LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
new hair, itching scalp and Box 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida. a
a nerve strain. It pays to keep good hair cease-your hair I Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
natured. fluffy, abundant and radiant I: 9-24-tf 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc-

Linoleum of good quality on the and Parisian beauty.Sage is surely II II I .11. II II U e II Ie I U I I U II tion during that time:
kitchen floor and varnished to save
most invigorating and
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work and so that it will wear longer; tonics known. It is easily ----- Touring Car $555.00

a rubber mat in front of the sink home-not expensive, and SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ? 505.00 ii
with lengthwise corrugations, like ,application proves its Runabout I Ii;.

hall matting, instead of the cut out -- STATE COLLEGE r UNIVERSITY OF E);ORIDAGAINESVILLE F. O. B. Orlando. All cars fully equipped. !|li i

figures; a little gimlet and learningto FOR WOMEN Further we will be able to obtain the"maximum efficiencyin
use it in putting in screws wher- J our factory production and the minimum coat in our '
TALLAHASSEE.; purchasing and wes department if wo rub an "0.1 of (I'I
ever needed; a drop shelf near the I I 300.00V car between the above date :
of Arts and Sciences;Normal School;
outside door for incoming groceriesto i Music; School of Expression; AnJ should we reach thi production we agree to pay a.
save tracking, are some of the Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts the buyers share from *U to fit per car (on or about II I,
MR. FRITZ HAUER has Modern Gymnasium with swimming Law; Engineering; Agriculture; TeachersCollege August: 11'15) to every retail buyer who purcha.e. a new
things Mrs. Ruggles recommends and ..' ball and tennis courts;new and Experiment Station; Extension Di- Ford ear between August 1. 1MI and August 1. HIS. ''I
ld ; beautiful campus; dormi,I vision; Graduate School Ten new brick buildings regarding these low prices and profit-
kitchen. : r particulars !
has in her own Violin : modern conveniences; new besides gymnasium swimming pool and For further
The "silent butler," or tea cart, she and kitchen most hygienic in s I I many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers, instructors sharing plan we
418 young ladies from 49 counties. and assistants. 354 young men
finds useful, not only for serving and I last session. I 17 Florida counties and 24 States and F. G. RUSH,
for dishes soiled and dean but for ROOM 8 ROCK ,: FREE in College and Normal !4 foreign countries last session.
Bo::xd and entrance foes for the TUITION FREE. Board and Entrance Fees.
putting away clothes and other such For catalogue: write I 132.50 per year. Write today for catalogue Phone 226
EDWARD CONRADL President. '' A.. A. JlUEPilREE. President.
trips. The "lazy Susan," or assiette, For particulars call at the
has its A fireless cooker
place.
Hours, 9:00 to 12:00 dthWa
boards for cutting, a wire, and tin tads in The Sentinel

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Aside of the many self-supporting propositions we have in the city of Orlando and Orange County several

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SEBRING


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The]Wonder Town of the High Ridge Section The Farthest South in the Lake Region


The Coming Center of the Citrus Fruit Industry A


We have lots to sell for $100 each and upward, depending on location, improvements, etc.


The price of our very best Citrus Fruit Farms is $50.00, $100.00 and $150.00 per acre, according to loca-


tion. Terms, one-fourth down, one-fourth each six months. 6 per cent interest on deferred payments.


Sebring is not quite three years old; was located right in the forest, yet today it has paved streets, cement walks, electric lights,

water works, modern hotel, WHITE WAY, bank, churches, school, newspaper, modern conviences in homes and offices and many

business houses; ice plant, planning mill, lumber yards and homes, and brick blocks that wouldn't be out of place in a large city.

The Ridge lies about 200 ft. above sea level and is pretty sure of a breeze from the sea gulf much of the time.

Sebring is surrounded by several fresh, clear, soft-water lakes, that are fairly alive with fish, and great bouncing big fellows, too,

many of them are. The town is located on Lake Jackson, a most beautiful body of water, five miles long and three wide. Around

this lake are many attractive building sites, which sooner or later will be occupied by good homes.


We invite you to call as soon as possible to gather more information, and go along with the first party to

leave Orlando first part of next month.




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Castle, Fla. Nov. 11.-Rev. Chuluota, A. Tompkins weeks, assisting on Third in .Pin Street.JEWELER t. ;

E. B. Thornton, who has been among the most GRAND

us if or the past week, concluded his ever lively now at the nov-
makings here Sunday. He is fromK tist church \ saw mill. We hear
Bucky and we all think real well Osteen, of \ of the engine from
oiKentucky through his being here. Angie Story,
dewy eve. ,
| EXPERT WATCH MAKER
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Shackleton and curred at 7:45 from the North TO I> A.

mother, Mrs. Agnes Shackleton, of ing, November -home seekers, com-
Grand Rapids, Mich. acocmpanied by The prospectors and winter I make a specialt"r of Fine
their relative, Mrs. A. A. Smith, of banned and have been North for Watch, Clock and Jewelery Repairing DANIEL FROHMAN PRESENTS
arrived here Saturday and C. F. Smith ; Diamond Setting,Ring
Chicago, They all come back to and
Spectacle Repairing.
are established for the winter in Mrs.G. very HAZEL DAWN
R. Salisbury's cottage on Lake left Saturday for Bring me repairs others have
failed to do, and I will repair
Conway. plants and she will spend a few them satisfactorily or no charge. IN THE FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL ROMANCE
Miss Anna Funk, of Rollins Col- was formed and pleasure. My\ prices are reasonable.

lege, Winter Park, was here Mondayin pink and have a new lock-up. "
attendance at the funeral of her that could be are out for

cousin, Dorothy Wilson.Dr. was the genial boozers, and other CHAS. VATER "ON[ Of OUR GIRLS

S. W. Reed, veterinary sur- guests to are getting too
geon, returned Tuesday from a pro- The bridal our marshal must JEWELEREast ,
fessional trip to Tennessee.Mrs. strains of to put them. We BY BRONSON HOWARD
:: Levis, of Taft, spent Tues- played byIrs.:: it ready for their re Pine Street, at Young's
day with Mrs.\ Wm. Wigman most according to If you wish thrilling Repair Shop

pleasantly at her home on Lake Con- Story, only and stir up a rum- ll-4-d&w-lm

Miss Sadia put you in the coop -- .
way.Mr.\ and Mrs. Jos. L. Sundy and son and Miss and fame in the pa-

Mrs. S. Frank Phillips went in the two your name spelled
Wood Wood
Sundy auto to Kissimmee Tuesdayand gowned in Wood
spent the day with :Mrs.: Sundy's white lace

nephews, Messrs.\ Chas., J. J. and Jas. containing a Excellent Core Pine Wood Sup
Griffin and their families. A most girdle bouquet QUICKLY I I
pleasant and enjoyable time was had. came J. E is Used For Head plied in any quantity I

Miss Hazel Bennett, daughter of with Mrs. W. or Croup.
Dr. and Mrs. Geo. T. Bennett, left Garden, head is all stuffed up I
dull headaches difficult SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE
Wednesday evening for Cameron, N. as matron of ,
J., where she will spend the winter a bride of only miserable sniffling, ,there and you is STRANDS OR MORE

with her grandparents.On clad in her equal to Hyomei to give
the Tuesday evening before gown of snow and lasting benefit-

Thanksgiving will be given the enter- drapery, harmless. simple to use ELDREDGE BARLOW '
tainment at the school house for the white rose, and certain relief 6 'c
benefit of the school piano. The chil- quet.[ Little or a cold it is most im Telephone 375 ;
dren are all practicing enthusiastically a lovely the medication goes di-
inflamed tissue lining South Street, near A. C. L.
and it is hoped their efforts will the wedding 'I
That's the Hy- _
be patronized by a good sized audi- little flower Just put a few drops Tracks
ence. If the entertainments of this Verlie : Hyomei in the inhaler 9-1-lm *
winter are liberally patronized it is bridal couple I every complete out-
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it will "feel bet-
that the debt the them, from -jou
very probable on clears the head, quick- Real Estate Boughtand IN FOUR REELS OF MOTION PICTURES
piano can be entirely cleared this perfect tightness in the chest Released
exclusively through PARAMOUNT PRO-
year. The school children will take the aisle to feeling, all dis ,
GRAM. In conjunction with this BIG FEATURE
we
part in the program and will be as- The bride discharges, watery Sold.City .
will show
headaches surely will
sisted by some of their friends among together and

the grown people who have kindly of- aisle to the McElroy's Pharmacy Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash "A Five Hundred Dollar Kiss "
fered to help out in the occasion. Let beautiful and : powers of Hyomei for and $1.00 week buys a Lot ,
every one come who possibly can mony was asthma, and similar per A Selig Two-Reel Special. A Clever Society Comedy. j
he sells it on the "No- RENTS COLLECTED. Two Reels of Real Laughter.Mr. .
and of
come out that evening and enjoy Hope plan w & f
encourage the children. The admis- Oviedo. Notary Work Promptly and Neatly Fritz Hauer will appear in his splendid violin
Done.
sion will be 15 cents for adults and Directly solos, and has selected, UObertassIazurka" and "Mini-
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10 cents for children over six yearsof bridal party trier." Both of these numbers are composed by Win- i
age. The program promises to be paired to the Biggest Or N.P.HATCHERORLANDO eawski and are featured by Egune Esaye, one of the fore- j

very enjoyable and a full attendanceof parents, Mr. ,FLORIDA most artists of today.
the good people' of Pine Castle where a lOc. HEAR THAT ORCHESTRA 20c 1
will be heartily appreciated by those was served to Office at Pinehurst ParkP.
Saturday."P" .
interested in seeing the piano savedto mediate Grove Bargain O. Box 281 ..
the school. Remember the date, groom. PHONE 403; 10-8-1m 1
Tuesday evening, November 24th, The bride '

7:30 p. m.Union in snowy
Atlantic Coast Line
Chapel has had its full quotaof white lace nwitTHE 1
Grove beauti-
meetings lately, having been open, pearls, with a on TOURIST TltAIXS.Jfrom
for afternoon and evening-gatherings sheeny bridal -> miles from Post

for the past three weeks. Rev. King the new cap near hard roads, NORTH AND WEST

Jones and Rev. J. E. Jones held meet- by a wreath churches. 1300. "Dixie Fljer MARKET :

ings in the interest of the Methodist\ She carried and Orange Trees, "Dixie Limited" i
Episcopal church for ten days, and bride's roses "Seminole Limited"

then Rev. E. A. Milton .and. Rev. E. The groom full bearing, balance "South"Montgomery Atlantic Route"Limited"Pullman Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH 1
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ministers, helda dressed in the year. Present
B. Thornton, Baptist cars from Chicago, St. Louis,
series of meetings. They were all rosebud estimated at Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisvilleand
intermediate points to Jackson- AND SALT MEATS 1
well attended. During the meetings The bride About 7000 Nur- ville, Fla.
many expressed the benefit they felt most lovable ready to bud now. Dining Cars FISH AND GAME j i
from hearing the Word of God day tiful via
after day. in the house and out- ATLANTIC COAST LINE Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

Rev. Henry Slater will preach next school at this If sold in ten days Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh 1
G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.,
Sabbath in Union Chapel, morningand of friends sacrifice for $12000. Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla. and pure. J
evening.The es for her \'e agents for this A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Christian Workers of Union youngest son 38 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. !
everything in the Meat Line
Chapel are meeting weekly for workin son Osteen, Eat all you want. 1
the interest of the fancy work sale excellent Atha Eat what you want.
they will hold before Christmas. All man who has Take a postscript and forget it. The PARLOR MARKETH.
For sale by all druggists.
the invited won a place
ladies of village are to
meet with them. of the people Ave. Ground Floor I l-7-d&w-lyr M. Self & Co.

Dorothy Margaret Wilson, the infant at his place No. :n J Get the news in the Sentinel first. I

daughter of Mr.\ and Mrs. J. II. ville, where __ PINE STREET
Wilson, passed from this life on Sun- eral j jFlorida's
day afternoon after an illness of nice new Phone No. 80
pneumonia, aged fourteen months. ing for its
The funeral services were held at the make
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home Monday morning and were con- 'with the Surpassing .J..v..e' . = .. ..' .
ducted by Rev. II. Slater, assisted bj es of many

Rev. E. A. Milton.\ The choir consisted life may be Grapefruit r i ..South Apopka Nurseries..
of Mesdames Hoffner, Roberts and i contentment i

Preston and Miss Frances May and _- Is Supreme All the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange
:Messrs. Hoffner and Perkins, and Mrs. J. \V. \ Trees, thrifty, -well-rooted and clear of all diseases.
their selections were very touching. Collins, and Freely of the Best Late Varieties New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family
The little casket was borne from the daughter, \ FREE. Address
house by four little girls, the Misses ful "kitchen year adds to the supremacy of Florida's surpassing
Esther Roberts, Irene Hansel, Thel- bride-elect, \ in the markets of the North. With the proceeding
ma Livengood and Leona Johns. Thursday of the American public as to the uses and merits of ...South Apopka Nurseries... : :
Great profusion of flowers attested visiting and Florida grapefruit will become more and more
the loving regard of many friends. was seated The grower whose land is adapted to grapefruit can OCOEE, FLORIDA
Dorothy lived among us as a little Mrs. P. E. mistake in planting freely of the best varieties-espe :' .t t- I 9-4-tf ; :
the late kinds.
flower and as such she left us to ents to her .' . . . . . lillM30MMIM
grace the celestial gardens. accompanied
Get the New Buckeye
Mr. and Mrs.\ J. H. Wilson desireto source of a > ltlteilMBiHillMilllll IMMMfc
extend thanks to those who helped' at the witty
Nurseries
them in the long days of care of their and shining Catalog 'p p'

little daughter, especially Dr. C. E. ing this the attractive book tells all about the culture of grape- an o Paint and Wall Paper Co.

Filbert, who was faithfulness and cious ice well as oranges and other citrus fruits. It describes I
kindness itself in his attendance upon took their kinds-several of them the introductions of Buck-

the little one, and to Mrs. Wm. Rob- selves as Whether you are an experienced grower or a High Grade Paints, Oils, Varnishes -
erts and Mrs. Addie Keen, who gave sion very in citrus culture, this catalog will help you. AGENTS FOR Kalsomine, Wall Pa-

untiringly of their experience and tesses very most successful grove practice is fully explained in Patton's Son Proof Paper, Wall Board, Roof-
skill as nurses through the long While the catalog represents an enormous outlay
Paints ing, Brushes, Etc.
watck of every night. part Buckeye Nurseries will be glad to send a copy I

any person intending to plant citrus fruit trees. If SOLDAT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Orange Ave. { :
There in ; one write for it today before the edition is exhausted. THE SUN ., !
are a good many papers ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Florida that employ editorial writersto Buckeye Nurseries

watch exchanges to see what the Taft, Fla., 1036 Citizens Bank Building Special Wall Paper 3000 Rolls, at 5c. ry t
other fellow has that they haven't.In was a Tampa, Fla. :

ether words, it keeps an editor 'last Friday, . . . . . .. . .. ;

busy looking for the shortcomings ota was doing
brother ed. who is too poor to ask J. A. Sims Bear
somebody to come in and help run kins, and F. Subscribe for the Sentinel :;
the shop. for Orlando !
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M. GLENN .....AND......WEEKLYW. .. ........Editor Orlando Stores Are Being Fit- I Local Automobile Company Chenault and Herrington -
W. C. ESSINGTON .....Uuiinru. Manager ted Up With Late Gas- to Have an Extensive Are in Orlando, the I
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Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Flor- Steam Heating Ar- Electric Display Over Guests of Mr. J. H.
Ida. a. Second Class Mail Matter.
rangementThe EntranceA I Dean
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 I .
Daily. 6 Months .............._... 2.50 Orlando Water and Light com-
Daily. 3 Months ........._....._...n.... 1.25 has been awarded the contractfor string of sixty electric lights is I Harvey Chenault and L. B. Her-
Daily. 1 Month .._.................... .SOWWkfr.T \ pany rad- being prepared by the Caplinger rington, of Richmond Ky., are in Or-
-Year ....T. ............ $1.00 installing the Clow GaSteam Electric for the Orlando lando and are stopping at the San
Weekly. 6 Months ._......_...'... .... .". ."5 iator and heating system in the Dick- company ,
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the of
PAYABLE IN son-Ives company, and the Yowell- Auto and Supply company, on South Juan, although they are guests
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO Duckworth department stores. Workis Orange avenue. The lights will be J. H. Dean, manager of the Orlando
and in telephone who formerly resided -
ADVERTISERS: being commenced in the Dickson- installed use by Saturday company
night. They will be hung on the II in Richmond. Mr. Chenault is
Ives building and will be completed' I
Copy for display and all other handetadvertising outer edge of the awning and will' a heavy land owner in that section of
must be Sandra in at the business.t6te next week. The heating system will
.. of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. doubtless prove very attractive. Kentucky, and with Mr. Ilerrington,
the day before publication. This rule applie be installed in the YowellDuckworthstore
to chance for contract advertising: it is in a short time. From one end of Orlando to the other is investigating conditions in Orlando
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. These are the first contracts for new improvements are being made. and the adjoining country. Both gen-
SulcriberB desiring The Sentinel discontinued Everything is being done to show the tlemen are highly pleased with the
should notify the office in writing on this style of heating in Orlando. It
the date of expiration otherwise it will be city off to the best advantage.I city. They were shown through many
is method of
continued at the regular subscription rates. a comparatively new
office and store buildings yesterday
Telephone until notice Numb to stop r .is_..received..._.........___... 2* heating in this section, but has long J. R. Davis, sales manager for afternoon, and the beauties of the L
been on the market and has been I
1914. '. the famous Lucerne Circle "made in city were pointed out to them.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, thoroughly proved. The new system
--- ------ Orlando" cigar, has returned from a -"' .
--- eliminates the boiler room, dust, dirt \
Sun rises and some sons don't. and cinders. A body of water is I very successful trip to Birminghamand TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR .JW. : ::1
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in Alabama. ,
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other points
-o maintained in the radiator over the
By raising his finger, one of his gas burner. From this water four SALE-A paying business.
$100 cash. Box 818, city.
fingers, at one time, the emperor of and one-half pounds of steam press- The supreme court of Arkansas in ll-13-3t

Germany could have stopped it. ure is produced in twenty minutes.A sustaining the right of school pupilsto

o glass gauge indicates the amountof I flirt gives another example of the FOR SALE-One twenty-five, five-
A married woman is always suspi- water in the radiator which may usefulness of the judiciary in defend passenger Studebaker in A-No. 1 MANYA
I condition. Will stand inspection by
of her husband when she receives .
cious
be replenished at any time. I I ing popular rights.VENEER any mechanic. Will consider trade
a telegram from him, writtenon I I, for Ford and part payment. Morton custom is established, many: a
:MISS ROBINSON ELECTED I II. Jones & Son. 11-13-tf
typewriter.After
a : project is launched, many a style origin-
o (Continued from page 1)
studying the results of elec- dent-general, Charlotte, N. C. CORESALL FOR RENT-Suite of rooms now occupied ated and suggestions carried out among

tions, it is easy to understand why Mrs. F. M. Williams, recording sec LENGTHS AND ANY tenants only by desired.Dr. Christ.Jno. M.Long Cheney.term the feminine gender over an afternoon cup

few political prophets ever get a job retary-general Newton N. C. QUANTITY 11-13-tfc of tea. They have been very helpful to us.

in the weather bureau.If Mrs. W. F. Baker, corresponding Stock Special before prices cold for weather.October. Many of our successes have been tracedto
secretary-general, Savannah, Ga. I up GARDEN AND FIELD SEED mil
o FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND let, cane and lawn grass seed for this source of passing the good news
Mrs. C. B. Tate treasurer-general, Also
Turkey impressed all its wres-
sale The Store, 11 East
at
City Drug
and have
along, we tried to deserve this.
tlers into war service it would havean Pulaski, Va. OAK WOOD Church street, "the all night drug
army large enough to annihilatethe Mrs. Orlando Haliburton, registrar- Orlando Wood YardB. store." Phone 632. 11-13-lwkc Our success is due, from our point of view,

allies in two weeks. general, Little Rock, Ark. in studying the fashions very closely, and
BLASTING, Subsoiling and Dynamiting -
Miss Mildred Rutherford historian- W. Kingsley, ProprietorPINE
o here
of all kinds done on short no- demonstrating positively the very
STREET AND R. R.
Baseball players' salaries are like- general, Athens, Ga. Telephone 344 I tice. A full stock of dynamite in latest in
ly to be reduced next year, and the' Mrs. John W. Tench, custodian of I 9-30 magazine at all times. See L. N. vogue.

poor fellows may not be able to get cross of honor, Gainesville, Fla. 1 |I Lewis 40G S. East street Orlando.11131moa Our

any more than college presidents. Mrs. Frank Anthony Walke custo- I Millineryand
dian and Norfolk, Va. ---- -
o I flags pennants I II
The grandstand managers who lost Athens Lady Won Prize for EssayIt I I

their jobs through the closing of the was announced that Miss Mar- '

1 baseball season are at work now directing garet L. con Der Au, of Athens, Ga., A Rare Opportunity : ReadytoWearDepartments

t: the war operations in Eu- had been awarded the university

i prize of $100 for the best Confed- exhibits the last wards ofFashion's
r rope. The Crawford home place at No. 108 America
0 erate essay. Her contribution was
:
F Sanford is a pretty town. It would entitled "Virginia's Contribution to street must be sold at once. The lot has a front- fancies, and our prices are remarkably -

f be a wise move on their part to remove the Confederate Cause." age of 83 (feet and 333 feet deep. The house contains interesting, astonishingly low. .

the fallen street car to the east (Note: Other society news of Or- six rooms, but is not modern in appointments
r of the city as one drives in from the lando be found on 5, local
may page
south. though it could easiy: be made so. I have the ex-
page, edited by Miss Eliza Wright.)
f 0t -- clusive handling of this property and am preparedto LET US DEMONSTRATE TO YOU OUR
t The other day a man wrote a letter -
offer a GREAT BARGAIN. Remember, it EFFICIENCYOur
you
; urging the public to be economical itntniitiimittttHMit
during the war and then telephonedfor MUST BE SOLD, so see me at once if interested.
an automobile to take him down T. F. ROURIIIANt i| i New Standards of Values will Con-

f to the newspaper office to get it t Licensed Plumber and I i vince You.MIDDY .

printed. .
Sanitary Engineer
R Y
1 0 ', Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
Miami's "pay-up-day. as a whole' ; rvomot'y' Attended to. 'S.Y.VVAY I

f was a good thing, and quite a number I
PHONE 629
of merchants derived satisfactionfrom I

the venture. Wonder if itwouldn't 106 Court Street +, : Insurance and Real Estate Agent ;
work advantageously in J T Mfy
ORLANDO, FLORIDA I
J. some other towns. PHONE 172
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Why drive around two or three liS III I' III I' 11111 III" !
f days to find what you want, when 25 i d I
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cents invested in the want column of .1111111111.11.1111101111111,11111.1.,11111.01..11.,1.11,11 11111.11... ,
the Daily :Morning Sentinel will i

I bring you just what you want, or I .LIe Huyler's BonbonsAssorted Chocolates,
tell you who has it to sell? '
r 0 t ( ,( ; Nutted Chocolates, Salted Nuts just received -

Need for hens of the laying variety by Express. Every package guaranteed i

is felt badly in Florida. It will not by Huyler and McElroy's Pharmacy.
| be long until' hens are planted much 'I

?, as potatoes are. It hurts a fellow PHARMACY PHONE NO. 20. ESTABLISHED 34 YEARS ,

I who is making $10 a week to eat an 1'

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come of the thrifty woman who used
to roll' paper lamplighters in order to i

save matches. Well, just now she is BEN BLOUSESSeem
economizing by buying one of those

fancy china lamps offered at a sacri-
fice sale for only $11.98. to attract the debutante. We would

THANKS, MR.o EDITORW. Look Big Ben square in the back in Evans' like to show you our splendid range of designs -

window---he's good all round and good all through.If more, and than new a Fabrics.-They passing glance. are worthyof

C. Essington of Noblesville,
Ind., and W. M. Glenn of Indianapolis "handsome is as handsome does"---Big Ben's

who recently acquired the Or-
: is more'n skin
lando Sentinel from Josiah Ferris, beauty deep.

are proving worthy successors to the Men's

former owner. Mr. Ferris built the See those great, strong, handy keys that make FurnishingsYoung
Sentinel to standard and
high
up a his wind and the broad men listenVe! have just received -
the new proprietors are fully uphold- up so easy--- deeptonedbell
a full line of New Suits from the fa-
ing it. They are live newspaper men '
and have already developed into en- he sounds, so your get up is pleasing.Big mous firm ofHART

thusiastic Florida boosters.-St. Au- '
Ben stands inches from SCHAFFNER & MARX
gustine Record. seven tip to toe---big, faithful,

a with large, clean-cuthands,plainly seen in the dim morning light, See Them

LETTERS ADDRESSED TO SANTA ... They are priced just to meet your pocket-

CLAUS He rings you up at any time you say-steady for five minutesor

and off for short in either call from
Attention is called to the postmaster on ten-stops at a nudge

general's recent order, stating you. He took the Blue Ribbon at the Fair. See special display

that postmasters are authorized to today in our window.
deliver all letters on which the post-

age has been fully prepaid arrivingat I

their respective offices during the DICKSONIYES CO.
month of December, which are ad-

dressed plainly and unmistakably to

"Santa Claus," to responsible chari- T. H. EVANSJEWELER !

table institutions or responsible individuals -
of the town who may desireto

thropic use them purposes.exclusively for philan-. s ...DEP ART ME NT STORE...

This may interest some one who
may wish to use these letters to Orlando Orange Avenue Florida ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEr

brighten the hearts of a few littler
folks who have not been so fortunate

as our own.
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{@rlau n nrirty Congressman-elect. J. Sears was FAVORTE : ; la"GET""IT A T"L N' I

in the city yesterday from Kissim- I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 m.Admission EII I

-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright mee. I l
5 cents "'-'N"C:>
Office telephone No. lyO. Residence telephone No. 254 :
Mr. and Mrs. James Laughlin, who .
are now at their winter home in Zdl- 1111.11111'.1.11111111111.TODA I
EKLY SOCIAL CALENDARNov. propriately decorated in the autumn
wood, were in the city yesterday.Mr. rs PROGRAM 'CAROLINA' r
I 13th-14th. flowers-dahlias, chrysanthemums, ,

and wild flowers. The evening passed 4 Reels i 11 "The Carolina"Is
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K. R. Murrell, one of Sanford'senterprising I
Friday very pleasantly. Chicken salad in Victor. Florence Lawrence, in the I
3 P.M.Young Matrons Card Club; aspic jelly, olives and coffee were real estate agents, spent ,"Pawns of Destiny," a drama in three I '
yesterday in Orlando on business. reels. This is another of those good I a pattern of heavy 1 I
served at the close of the
hostess.
Mrs. Hal Beardall, games. three-reel features at the regular I)
Cathedral Girls basket ball Mrs. Mattie B. Davis, Mrs. S. A. '1 C
8 P. M. of 5 cents.
and price sterling silver, modest
Mrs. S. H. Bullock and Mr. ,ad
admission free. Johnson, Mrs. S. G. Dolive and Mrs. Essanay, "Something Rotten in I
game; armory;
Mrs. of Kissimmee, .
Gay Livingston Havana. A good comedy.Mr. I
Saturday George Kellar were the committee in and beautiful, pieces are
were shoppers in Orlando yesterday.Mr.
3 P.M.-Nullos Club; Miss MargaretHart charge. These Thursday eveningsonce
hostess. a month are appreciated by the B. L. Griffin, one of the pros furnished bright, rich
W. H. Righton, representingthe
Mrs. who thus to citizens of hustling Ocoee,
Owing to the illness of gentlemen are permitted perous
O'Neal's mother the D. A. R. card enjoy the hospitality of this popular Southern Oil and Ink company was looking after business affairs in I and resplendent in their
Savannah, Ga., yesterday in .
spent i
party will be given at the home of Orlando ladies' club. the county metropolis yesterday.Dr.
Orlando. reflecting surfaces.
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Mrs. C. P. Dow, North Orange and -

Robinson avenues.U. Mrs. Gray Rush EntertainsMrs. W. S. King and mother and
Commissioner J. L. Dillard
D. C. ConventionThe Gray Rush entertained charm County Mrs. Anna Brown and Mrs. Jesse "John
motored to Orlando yesterday from
general convention of U. D. C. ingly Thursday with a Japanese Haskell arrived in Orlando 'last night n Hancock"n
Winter Garden on a combined business n
opened in Savannah November 11th, luncheon at her home on Lucerne from Ashtabula, Ohio, and are pleas-
I and pleasure trip. made in
at 9:30 a. m. The attendance was Circle in honor of Mrs. W. M. Glenn, antly located at Mrs. C. V. Rowland's,

very large the enthusiasm and interest Mrs. W. C. Essington, Mrs. Frank 501 South Main street, for the win-
Dr. Allan A. Smith and Mr. Don u beautifully ornamented
marked. Right Rev. BenjaminJ. Guernsey, and Mrs. Clarence Brown. Smith prominent winter residentsof ter. U

Kelly, bishop of Savannah, pro The dining room was most artistically Winter Garden were in Orlando and finished with care-

nounced the invocation, followed bya decorated in bamboo, yellow chrysanthemums yesterday greeting their friends. FRIDAY, THE THIRTEENTHIf r i
solo by Mrs. W. G. Harrison and and dainty Japanese sou- i fulness of detail, and an

ritualisitc opening exercises of Brick, if You
the venirs.A You Fall Over a
Black Patti was at the Orlando opera |air of
the order. The credentials committee willow basket of chrysanthemums house last night. Black Patti Smash a Finger if-Lay It V elegance.
made its report and the annual formed the center piece, with to the Day
has been coming to this city for years We have a complete
report of Mrs. Daisy McLaurin Stevens asparagus fern twined from the chan- .
and always draws a large audience. :*
the president-general, was read. delier to the corners of the table, I This is Friday, the thirteenth. Nuf stock of these two pat t
She referred to the completion of the where candelabras shed a soft glow Sed.
The Misses Goldie and Maude .
Confederate monument at Arlington all.Beside. terns. :: D
over ;
Dance, of Louisville, Ky., who have
which was dedicated June the honorees the guestswere I
cemetrey in Orlando
There's opportunity
been visiting their sister Mrs. C. A. an
4th last. She also made touching ref- Misses Fannie and Mary Robinson -
Seek it out. Carolina"
Boone, Jr., on Grace street returned fitted to you. ;
erence to the death of Mrs. Woodrow Ada Bumby Florida Howard home yesterday.Mr. "JOAllen
Wilson and that of Mrs. Caroline Mary Guernsey Mrs. LeRoy Giles & moo
Meriwether Goodlet of Nashville the and Mrs. Davis Fishback, former ttCIIIIIjj .
J. G. Kirkland division passen- :
founder of the U. D. C. In the after- Rollins College friends of :Mrs. Glenn n JEWELERS
ger agent of the Atlantic Coast Line, i
noon a short business session was (Miss Lois Sample) and Mrs. Es- S
,with headquarters in Tampa spent
held, then the ladies were the guestsof sington (Miss Shirley Craig). I yesterday in Orlando in the interestof I McCULLOCH'SDepartment RELIABLE REPAIRING. "EVERYINING GUARANTEED."
the Children of the Confederacy, A five course luncheon was served, I
his road.
and at night the Savannah chapter after which the girls enjoyed talk- F ? -. ot

gave a reception to the general offi- ing over college days. The honoreeswere
Mr. W. W. Bell, of Kissimmee, was jj Store !

cers of the convention. given pretty Japanese table an Orlando visitor yesterday. Mr. i . . ,.
Gentlemen's Evening at RosalindThe covers as reminders of the pleasant !
Bell owns a large shingle mill at :
first gentlemen's evening of affair and each guest a beautiful Conoley, in the southern part of this I

the season was observed at the Rosalind chrysanthemum.Mr. county, and he reports business as I :I % W9t4

Club last night, progressive auc- being exceedingly good. J China and ynr
tion bridge beginning at 8 o'clock. D. S. Self, of Chuluota, visited

The spacious reception room was ap- Orlando yesterday on business. Miss Sadie Stern, an attractive ,
Glassware
young lady of Greensboro, N. C., arrived Pan Cake FlourNow
in Orlando yesterday afternoonon

the Tampa Special to visit Mr.

A Message On and Mrs. A. N. Godwin at their pret- Cooking is the time for Cakes and Maple

66 home 1
l ty on Ridgewood.Mr.
UtensilsWatch Syrup. We have a fresh supply of Flour.

et First B. T. Boyd, president of the
Maple Syrup in bottles.
Winter Garden bank, was a promi- window for Mon- cans or

Straight from nent visitor to the city for a few ; | day specials.
a
that knows its _,,.1t i', hours yesterday, mingling with
ness and friends and transacting important 128 S. Orange AvenueOSTEOPATHY
possesses .
.
:. Just received a shipment of Graham
a sincere regard =:''r.;"Jr_ __ :""'-- ? business matters.

Security.for its patrons' -l: J FIVE BARS and a i : and Whole Wheat Flour.

===::0. CROSS TIE-The After being closed several days

--- /i Safety First Symbol. awaiting better marketing conditions,
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---- / 1 13j I tire tread formation reopened this morning. Prices have
; i with the down-to-bed-rock
/ j j* clutch that gives the car advanced a little and the growers are New Modern
1 / / driver control-Security. again sending quantities of their fruitto j Grocery jj

/ the markets.-Plant City Courier.J. DR. J. C .HOWELL

I' TI I The Goodrich Hours, 10.12, 3-5 and by appointmentNo CARUTHERS & GORE
A. Hall, of Sanford, and O. M. treatment
: extra charge for house

;a.' g | Safety Tread Tire Wellslager, of Jacksonville, were in Telephone connections ; Phone 200.MMMftMMSMMMMMM. 6 and 8 East Pine Street.USED .
Safety first ; :: = Orlando yesterday attending to business i
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were anxious as to his whereabouts.

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I SENTINELIIWANTS I 1-11-8-tfc FOR Inquire RENT No.-Large 8 West, attractive Washington room.St. number, Lat:11s and shingles



I FOR RENT Beautiful dwelling with
garage; elegantly furnished; on F
Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox.
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a !Ea- I FOR RENT-Furnished apartments,
for light housekeeping, with all con-
The Morning Sentinel Want veniences; also sleeping porches. 307
Directory is the Greatest Want East Pine, between Liberty and Lake ORLANDO
Ad Medium in Orlando. streets. ll-8-6t

Terms Cash in Advance. FOR RENT-Furnished for light

housekeeping, suite of large, pleas-
RATES ant all modern conveniences
rooms; ;
For One Day ______________25c also two nice sleeping rooms; private Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________50c family; close in. 312 North Main St. ,
For Six Days _______________75c ll-8-6tc. ; --- -- ---- --
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rate applies on all ads oi FOR RENT-Seven room house; wa- :t. II II . II I II I1I1 i 111111 ....., II II "'... II II II tt I . II U, .
25 words or less. If the ad con- ter, gas, electric lights, bath, etc.;
INVESTIGATION tains more than 25 words the rate barn, stable, chicken house; lot JOO by :
will be one cent per word for 200 feet. Apply at 735; North Orange .
each additional word, for each in- avenue. 10-31-tf :Ert.TSI; : ESS
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A small tract of fine land sertion.If ,. V
you can't bring your ad to FOR RENT-Large, pleasant fur-
2'% miles from Court House,
the office telephone No. 21. Ac- nished rooms; close in, with private
on one of the first roads to counts opened by telephone will be family. 302 North Orange avenue.
, be bricked. payable the following day. 11-ll-6t.

Orange trees, one acre in I:; Important friendships result from the right introduction and
Home E Business-
Every >ery FOR RENT-Small fiat, modern conveniences -
Strawberries, Banana Grove, Every Man has use for a unfurnished. Jas. A. the most the
: : important ones come through right banking con-
good well on premises, good I Sentinel Want Ad. Knox. 11-3-tf

size Nursery.We FURNISHED : : nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We
FOR RENT Three
can plainly demonstrateto FOR SALE
you that this is the great- porch large; near, airy Lake rooms Lucerne., and Mrs.sleeping J. E. : : invite you to open an account with us where a personal interest -

est value in a small tract of FOR SALE-New Georgia cane syrup, Foster, 411 South Boone street.
turkeys, chickens, eggs; water is taken in
11-11-tfc j: depositor.ORLANDO .
every
land to be found in the coun- ground meal, sweet potatoes, corn and
ty.Ve shall be pleased to other country produce, just received WANTED
give all information at our from Georgia. Also agent for pecan

otliee.Ve are exclusive hand- trees, one of the largest growers in POSITION WANTED-Young man BANK & TRUST CO.CLOTHING I
the South, G. B. Wigh, Cairo, Ga. wants position as stenographer or I .
lers of this property. Come and get some of the literatureand bookkeeper, or both. Small salary to
some of the nuts. W. E. Powell, start. Thoroughly competent. Sober,
headquarters on Boone street. "
steady and reliable. Address "C. W.
11-11-lwkc 7 1 J4 .'I'o" " '
care Sentinel. 11-5-tfc H 'I"'IIII"II'I'IIIIIII'I'II' :::* :lo":1f'1.1"1'1':
' ORLANDO BUILDING LAND CO FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Rhode
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Island Reds, hens and pullets; WANTED-Dressmaking of any kind, O = . . . . . . ..
II North Orange Avenue Ward's strain; your choice for $1.00. all work guaranteed and prices very . . . . . . . . . . MIM .
reasonable. Mrs. J. A. Evans. Phone ,
Also Call write, W. J.
PHONE 608 fryers. or
220. No. 200 East Robinson avenue.
Barber, just south of Drennen Sta-
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL tion. ll-8-6t 10-29-2W i

TWO GENTLEMEN roomers wanted. i
FOR SALE-One horse. CIS Veach
313 West Central avenue.
FRED B. DALEC. street. 11-4-tf

H. BRYANT .10-31-2w- .-
DAVIS a GILES, Counsel.F. FOR SALE OR RENT Attractive ROOMS FOR KENT
A. PEPPERCORN, Contractor seven room house, furnished or un- :
furnished; best residence section. : Our stock of
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS at 221 new
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Also fine building lots on lake at a
Robinson Lake Eola.
avenue on :
those who will build
------- i great bargain to 10-31-3w .
Address Owner, Sentinel,
care or

. I Business Directory I phone 520. 10-31-lm FURNISHED ROOMS and board, for
Winter
FOR SALE-Good boat wagon; can six adults. Address Kentucky Home, | Fall and Clothing |
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For be used for hunting; cheap. H. C. 511 Palmer street, Orlando, Lake ,
McDaniel. 10-23-1m Cherokee. 10-17-lm
BUSY MEN.
FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston LARGE, AIRY ROOMS in new, mod- I
LIST YOUR PROPERTYwith Wakefield, $1.00 per thousand. ern home, not excelled in the citv Made by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in
me now, while I have the timeto Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. for location and surroundings. Kitch- ,
look-it over and familiarize myself' 10-28-tf enette if desired. 14 E. Amelia, next
with the talking points. I made the door to the Wyoming. 11-3-tf and anxious for
I to
largest number of sales last winter FOR SALE-Couple of good build- we are you see our

and expect to do even better this win- ing lots. Call 602 Lafayette street NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
ter. My prospects are beginnig to arrive Concord Park. ll-8-6t to adults only. 409 Delaney street. New Styles and high class tailoring. Best t
and it might cause you to lose -- 10-25-tf
_ a sale by putting it off. Call today FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. ,
'. at my new offices in the Watkins Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas-
building and list your property. tle. 9-18-tf MISCELLANEOUSI place in the city to buy clothing.

WALTER W. ROSE,
Real Estate. Phone 655. FOR SALE:; -A good Roll Top I :\ A SPECIALTY of planting I
Desk and Chair. Been used very lit- orange and grapefruit trees; 98 percent
tle. Call on W. C. Sherman, Rock guaranteed to live. References
T. F. IIOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. Building, opposite San Jua Hotel. furnished. Charges, $6.00 per acre.
Conscientious work at fair prices. 10-8-tf Address, Box 222, Ocoee, Fla. W. M. SLElVIONS
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf
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FOR SALE Forty acres of fine I I111111111111.111.1..1111.11111111111111111111111111111tlll
LAUNDRY hammock land; eight in grove; the LOST AND :FOUND
Your general laundry work, French present crop of oranges will be from
dry cleaning, and pressing will be ap- 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, LOST-Linoleum covered brass tool nlllllllllllllllllill'
preciated. Satisfaction and service ready for sttting 10 acres in lake, box cover, yellow, between Peoples . . . .*-. . . . . . . .
guaranteed. Open September 28th. one and quarter miles from Apopka. National Bank and Lockhart, Fla.,

Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry, Price, $5,000. Address W. II., Box last Friday. Will pay for return. I1111111 11111111111 I I 1 r I1111I1 1 III I . 1 I I I I I II 1 1 1 1111111.1. 11.1 "
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Up to date painting, papering, etc., FOR SALE OR RENT-Beautiful '
is the kind you want. Where to get new cottage. Highland avenue and NOTICE lt9J wrJ
Park lake, in Sunshine Park. R. 3 JPHr. I
it? That's phone 636. W. T.
easy Bruce Perry, at Water Works. "Baby" Lewis, daughter of Mrs.
Entrican. l-20-tf 10-25-1m. W. L. Lewis, is a candidate in the
contest at the Lucerne theater. She
has beer candidate from the first
For Sale-Silver Cluster Grape a
T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
Conscientious work at fair prices. Fruit and Valencia' late orange buds. and 11-7-6tc is running a strong race. We have received a car of Foster Bros' famous
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf Vigorous stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2
years old.9232m .
H. McDANIEL.. Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
BUYERS AND SELLERSI Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
Iron BedsThere
buy, sell, rent, and exchange real FOR SALE Porslanlyke
estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla., Nursery stocK, one, two, three and ON SALE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY -
over 30 years. Have handled over four year old buds; Foster Early,
$20,000,000. Call and see me. Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.A. Navel. Address :Mrs. M. Kahle. A new lot of the latest untrimmed is nothing that will compare with the finish i iI
hats, ranging from $3.50 to $5.00,
Apopka. Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
W. DOWDELL, plasterer, mason now $2.98 and 3.85.; that are on Foster Beds, and OUR PRICES for these i iI
One lot of French ,
plumes
new
and cement worker. 516 W. ChurchSt. For Sale
Phone 420. 10-25-1m; regular at $3.85.$5.00;; and $0.00 sellers, now I beds are far less than others charge for the same j
go
30 Acres, citrus and vegetable land,
T. F. HOURIHAN. Licensed Plumber. 20 fenced, 10 cleared crop on it now, The MRS.Church FRANK Street SOPER Milliner., | style bed that has nothing near the finish. We would
ready for planting trees this winter
fair
Conscientious work at prices.
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf and church crop; half next mile spring of;railroad near school station and; ll-12-3tc j; like you to call and see this line; nothing like it in ;

good neighborhood; four miles from Who is your patrrter and decorator? '
NOTICE court house. Special price if taken in If you are satisfied keep the one you ., | the
Get your roses now and have lots next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando. have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican
of bloom through the winter. Roses 10-25-tf N*. 636. l-20-tf city.We

now ready for shipment. I.. with all cash sales. ;
W. H. BROKAW, Salesman. FOR SALE BY II. McDANIEL give coupons
11-3-tf. T. A. MANN
r 7 Room stucco cottage, near Eola' ;
: WATCH FOR THE LITTLE located right; built right; will be sold

Eggs: fresh STORES'from the AD country, guar- right.21 of Orlando's most desirable Crocery, Pine St.SPECIALS .
anteed, 35 cents per doz. building lots, near Lake Eola; will be
The Best Baldwin Apples, 38 cents sold only to people agreeing to build Kincaid & Snowden
per peck. houses in keeping with the location.
Wine Saps 35 cents per peck. 10 Acres on north side of Lake
Imported Bananas, 20 cents per doz. Ivanhoe, overlooking Orlando; all
I Florida Bananas, 10 cents per doz. cleared; suited for a home site; good
Chestnuts from the hills, 15 cents land. Low Priced Furniture House.

per pound. 18 1-2 Acres land, about 17 acres in 3 Cans Imported Sardines________25c
Tomatoes, 8 cents per pound. 5 year old budded grapefruit and or- t

t r Don't complain of hard times and anges; 21-2 miles from city limits; 3 Cornflakes ___________________25c | | Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida
E r the high cost of living, come over to overlooks 4 lakes; nothing better in ,
Florida for the price. 3 Old Dutch Cleanser __25c '
the little store where the prices suit --------- iWMiiff4fM 44 K4ORDON'S + I

l your pocket. Quality guaranteed. 10-23-1m Baker's Cocoa __________________22c I \ \ \ : :
I Votes given with all cash purchases. FOR RENT < I IDressmaliing
halves ________ II
l TIlE ORLANDO SPECIALTY CO. Baker's Chocolate, 20c I
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t 109 West Church Street FOR RENT-Housekeeping rooms; Cream of Wheat --_____________15c G ,
10-7-tf also 6-room furnished flat. Call : : g
301 Church street. ll-ll-6tc Pillsbury Best Cereal -__________15c CARRIAGE1 I
t Mrs. R. S. Cohoon has
Nonce ROSES AND I
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FOR RENT-Five modern rooms, Malt Breakfast Food ---_______15c
r Owing to the cool weather, our furnishrd for resumed her dressmaking !

l t ing.roses All are orders now reedy booked for for transplant-first ship- 406 E. Colonial Drive light, corner housekeeping.Broad- I t Austin Nichols 2 lb. Beans ______lOc DR. L H. RAMSDELi and is row located :

ment November.should be here by the 10th of way. 11-10-6t i Campbell's 2 lb. Beans _____--___lOc BAGGAGE E ET. TRANSFER I IL. I OPTOMETRIST i in Room 4, Way building, ;

f W. II. BROKAW, Salesman. FOR RENT-Nice furnished rooms; Libby's 2 lb. Beans _____________lOc I (Succor U Dr. O. P. Likiw) on Orange avenue where

t 11-3-tf quire good 601 location East Central and low avenue.pi'ce.Phone In- Schneider's Catsup, puts ________20c HARRELL, Prop. I ORLA. DO, FLORIDAWE she cordially invites all i

1 Don't wait for every one In town to 591. 11-10-6tc Fish Flakes ___________________lOc Piano and Furniture I FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES: ladies needing anything !
have Entrican, the before in the wearing apparel I
Am too busy painter to look FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice- Peas, per can .-_________________lOc Moving a Specialty AXD DO ALL KINDS OF
try.
you you ly furnished rooms; gas separate 1 line to call and sec her"! I IYI

i Job. Phone CG, and 1 will be l-20-tf on the Magnolia*"th. r-ow avenue.house; adults onlv.11-10-tf-] P04 Fox River Butter ________-_-_37c 8 Church St. PHONE 481 OPTICAL REPAIRING I I.f



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DANN'S TRANSFERDr.
Fla., Nov. 10.-Captain -
Wilmot and II. D. Fishback, of
B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
Orlando, made a business trip here
this week.
Mrs. P. R. Jones, who has been Livery, Draying and HaulingWE
quite sick, is much better.
Mr. II. II. Williams, Jr., and wife,
II. II. Williams, Sr., and wife, Mr.
Ed. Springer and wife, all of Wau- GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE

seon, Ohio, arrived Monday and will
occupy their beautiful new bungalow ;

on Lake Butler. I AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
Mr. W. S. Brown of Cleveland, one .' -
of the proprietors of Rossmore Inn

arrived Monday. Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
Miss Hattie Jones, daughter of Mr. '!

and Mrs. Paul Jones, and George Mc- :' HORSES FOR SALE 1915 BARLEY-DAVIDSON
Laughlin, both of this place, were i i
married Sunday evening. Their many I i
'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
friends wish them a long life of hap- ;; i 11 Herspow.GUARANTEED 3'Spzed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic *

piness. j' Mechanical Oil Pump, Step'Starter and 66 IRefinemcntsl-=
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S. L. Luffer and son, Earle, drove II i
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report that every 10 acres tract --- ii |
129 Orange Avc.
sold by them up to this time, either } i & P lped- ,
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has been or is now being impro\ [ >> tl., Orlando, Fla. !

been More purchased than 5,00 so citrus far this trees season have :, -++1 I III t. I : I II I I. I I II I I II. I III II C I I III I II II II I I I 0 I IDe I II II I I I I II II1I I e I....tFVl444t

for Mr.planting.Angus Smith, of Wilkesbarre,I j j I Tile E Pols Prtiii( [ C Coffipally i .. '-.li.w.W..iIW ttt.- --lot.lllal.II-- --_ _-.-. _-. .lc.eJeGOC..O.III.I.I.-.-. .-_ .-. _.--.-.. . ..'li..I.I.tIIDltfI15C.,1110:11"1..- -. .. .. .-. .'-,..

Pa., is visiting his parents, :Mr. and>
Mrs. Frank Smith, and inspecting his II j \i II :
Lake Downs.
grove on
young 1
People who autoed here from ii l
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lando Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs.l
I Packers and Shippers of Citrus
Johnson, daughter and friends, DWELLINGQUICK
J. W. Simmons and wife, Mrs. J. W.!'< } 1

Gettiner and Miss Norma Gettiner. I i I:: Fruits and Vegetables. .,3a ti RELIABLE

PITTSBURG MAY GET ART : I will operate alone under above name and shall appreciate t k 4 ,:. WARMTH AND it

TREASURES II:. the business of all who have and any who have s L COMFORT ARE ..
not patronized me in the last three years. For informa-
SUPPLIED
Carnegie Museum May Get Art ': tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossingof

Treasures From Europe for ,. Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure BY

Safe-Keeping I:t building, which I am equipping with Mauld's latest ma- .
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Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 10.- chinery and can consequently give you same service
the noted art treasures of Europe j': which has always spoken for itself. REZNOR

may be brought to Pittsburg for safe I: My efforts will be to'sell all Dossible before resortingto I
keeping until the close of the war. I:. distribution.
Dr. W. J. Holland, curator of the :

that Carnegie within Museum the 'last here two, said months today he I j':: W. A. DADE, Gen. Manager. GAS HEATERS :

had been requested by several col- ,Ii THE ORIGINAL COPPER REFLECTOR GAS HEATERS
j
lectors whose priceless objects inI I : 9-18-2 m ORLANDO, FLORIDA i
elude some of the most important I! : These marvelous heaters '--"
works of master painters and sculptors i;,M 8 M I C M M 11 M a M M M M 11 M M i M M M I i t M M 111 6 11 M> develop beat quickly;

in the world to become the CUS-! they do not vitiate or /
dry the air. s
up
todian of them until the war is over. "" 111111111I +
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The curator replied to one request I. The FAR is the Original
that if the works can be brought here : THE CHASE & CO I Copper Reflector Gas Heater.It .
they will be guarded until they can I: heats by nature's own rmethodthatore9ectedheat .
be returned. The collection, it was I:
PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs
said, is in one of the European cap- I From its shining copper plate tit

itals. : modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- casts a cheerful glow upon
the floor and furniture, r
date and the citrus the quickly
machinery, gives grower i
bringing the entire 1
EXCURSION : room to an .
A PLEASANT .
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PROPER PACKING even,healthy temperature. 1

most pleasant excursion one !: FIRST AID TO
The : WE .WILL BE GLAD TO SHOW YOU THE VARIOUS STYLESORLANDO
can make is an early morning walk, HIGHEST PRICESwhich .
while the dawn is breaking and the :
good old sun is lifting himself from : however, would not accomplish the end desiredby 1 I .
behind the trees. You and the birds the grower, if he did not also have available the services i
and the flowers have all the world to 1:
yourself then and it is good company|: ofTHE
to be in. There is sweetness everywhere I(: CHASE & CO WATER & LIGHT CO.
and the world seems pristine i'

and pure. Whether you have the i: SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM I GAS DEPARTMENT
soul of a poet or not, there is that i:
about you which goes: which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, expe-
in all things
home to the heart, and you seem ini:i. rienced, competent and reliable. ..11.11.11 II I I III II 1111 I = II II II II II II I lilt 11111111 G III G I I I IS 11I11 Dill' .,. ;
tune with the hidden music on every : GIVES THE GROWER .11111111111..CIII.IIII.CIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIII.I.1111.O 4 IIIIIII.III.I.llllr

hand, and you feel like worshipping i(: HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS
God. Go out some morning and try i Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST BEST SELECT OYSTERS, 50c. Quart I I It is necessary to rent your prop-
it. Go out many mornings, and you !: erty now, or it is liable to be vacant
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED ThcWaldcckcrFishCo 1,
will not give it up, but make it a ,: GROWERS' :MARKETING AGENTS !,all winter. There is a large demand
habit of life. I: FOR FISII AND OYSTERS j j for good houses, flats and rooms. Let
office at
Will an I
open
I an advertisement in the classified columns -
I: CEI.A..SE C CO. 117 S. Orange Ave., over Curtis & Phone No. 5. 206 Boone Street
Eat what you want. of The Morning Sentinel
proveit
Eat all you want. ;j';: O'Xeal's Store, about NOT.11-6-tf 20. P. M. and W. O. COX I'I to you. Phone, or bring your ad.
it. :
Take a postscript and forget Main Office, Jacksonville, FloridaA.
10-23-tf i in now for the balance of the week
sale all druggists. I
For by l-7-d&w-lyr : R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. Biggest per cent of profit ever is and Sunday.Get .
9-30-d&w derived from the use of the Sentinel'swant To he convinced of the producing
ad. columns. l power of Sentinel want ads. the news in the Sentinel first.
first. -try
Sentinel one.
the in
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Orlando Water and
I I li I) I I I.. (ICI I I III ilillllllill i pany Are Making
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The Orlando Water
pany is making elaborate
provements in its

I being Orange equipped avenue.with The a I
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ing, which when painted .
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For To-day--- ed will be the < t
rim .
i, Other improvements f.: .
other finda which will be I
Tomorrow and every day you'll
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cember 1. The contract
with the State Bank mighty
check account !
ceiling was awarded to DO YO'Jii ( "UIIov 'IDtRS: 'Ai'ID
handy in keeping an accurate record of your and A. A. Fiezl is doing I

money Take affairs.note-how many business men 1 MAY WINTER IN themselves."F": II / yon can personally I>c benefit- II I

pay you in cash? Very tew-for businessmen i I led by the advantages accruing to !
cannot take chances by carrying money Likely That the I the commmimity by 1
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about. The safe way is the business-like Shows Will I .. J i ,
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way-our bank checks. in I.: \

Try paying with checks. I John W. :Moore, I'I'I ii II I i Call, telephone or write and v/3 will i ; f

The State Bank of Orlando I o the lando Johnny yesterday Jones Show : .t.ll Ii II II mail our booklet-just out---vvliicli :

winter ments to Subtropical stage the show --fi: II II ii .'. explains this act fully and clearly. ... .

held here in February. :
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that the show company ;
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DIX IUDE FALLS TO
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towns which have been :. J .: :
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taken in the fighting on
For ThanksgivingLet
In certain places 4?
us send for you by parcel post a the Germans are at
I bank of the Yser, that
FRUIT '
BOX OF
back home for Thanksgiving. It will nearest the French '

cost.make a nice rememberance, at a small apparently their ing to attacks the have southward instead been : 0 ; 9 i f''f.


.. Wrights Seed Store on the the allies coast from line. : -- .' ..... '. '.. ..':;,!,...:.'" ,
Phone 179 South Orange Avenue turn to be driven out ... ...

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NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE ALL HOUSE FURNISHINGSAT I

THE GREAT


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


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


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t Wonderful Sale of Silks at The Big StoreW





Give An eagerly awaited money saving event will begin We Give

MONDAY NOVEMBER 9th
VOTE COUPONS VOTE COUPONS

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

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

Here! Ready! Choose! Amazing Bargains with sure satis-
Purchase Bills

:, I faction in every yard. \



BLACK CHIFFON TAFFETA SILKS, as softas PANNE VELVA, ,
a silk of unusual charm rich J
I satin, pure dye and full 36 inches wide, SILK POPLINS, you know this graceful silk colorings and shimmering finish, 42 inches t
$1.25 quality, in this sale 89 C and wool Poplin. Silk wedded to wool; < 48
wide $1.75 quality, in this sale for *P *
beauty linked to service. Rich enoughfor
BLACK CHIFFON TAFFETA SILKS, the best evening; reliable enough for street 1 19'wear
grade, soft and supple, with a radiant 42 inches wide, $1.50 quality ___ SATIN CREPE METEOR, a superior qnajt7! ',
sheen. $1.50 quality, in this sale ________ 98 C rich in finish and appearance: 42 inches (t .98
wide, $2.50 quality, in this sale P*

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, stripes
full range of colors, $1.75 quality, in shades.Though we have established a repu- and Jacquard patterns, practically every

sale ----_--_-----_-----_------_-- this! 1.29 tation best in on Orlando this at Crepe$1.50,de we break Chine the as price the for this saleMESSALINES p
SOFT CHIFFON TAFFETAS, rich colorings,
new tinted evening shades, full yard SILKS, a big lot in plain and fancy, these goodsare
$1.50 quality in this sale __________ wideS 1.10 odd lots and some of them worth up to25c
75c., your choice in this sale __________
SATINS, not the skimpy
SILK POPLINS, a fabric adaptable to the modeof Weight, but a full weight satin with a twill
the moment, one of the many big valuesin back to insure wear. Every thread in pure SILKS, in plain and fancy floral and figured designs -
our silk sale. Black and colors, in silk; we have them in black and all colors, large range of colors, worth up to
sale ______________________________this98C___ a regular $1.00 quality, special inthis sale 79 C 50c., your choice in this sale ____________ 19 C
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