The morning sentinel
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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 14, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 34297093
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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General Funston Will Not be Withdrawn-He Will Be Reinforcedif CANAL-MAY PRECEDE GREATEST NAVAL BAT-
Occasion Demands It-An Attempt Was Made to ; TLE IN WORLD'S HISTORY NEXT MOVE OF

Assassinate Silliman at Mexico City GERMANS IS TO ATTACK ENGLAND'S COAST
Nearly 60,000 Men in War Four Thousand Additional Can-
Washington, Nov. .-Hurried orders were given tonight to the battle- Up to October 31, Is the dle Power for Orlando

ship Texas, at Galveston, to proceed at once to Tampico. This abrupt actionon Report Made in Houseof With Little Extra FIGHT BEING ASSUMED BY
the part of the navy department was taken after news had arrived that THE ALLIES
General Villa with his forces was marching from San Luis Potosi to attack Commons Expense .

and, if possible, capture Tampico.The Copenhagen, Nov. 13.-That a great naval battle is imminent is provedby
quick action of the government in dispatching the Texas to Mexican Berlin, by wireless, Nov. 13.-According The city council held its regular the dispatch that there is great activity being manifested in the Kiel

waters 'was due to the stand taken by the state department some time ago to information given out to meeting yesterday morning and a canal of all the German warships. This rumor bears out the predictionmade
in regard to Tampico, which is a free port. The Texas was given ordersto ,the press today in official quarters, number of bills were ordered paid, weeks ago that the Germans would take the initiative in forcing a
merely' take up its position in the harbor of Tampico.It German aviators have flown over the and routine business transacted. A great naval conflict to reduce the supremacy of the seas now held by Great
is assumed that the approach of the battleship will serve to cool the the Britain.
communication was presented by
English seaports of Sheerness and
ardor of General Villa in his desire to close Tampico up. It is reported that warships of every type now stationed in or near the
Orlando Water and Light ,
It is taken as an accepted fact that General Villa, to succeed in the Harwich. company Kiel canal are preparing for action. If this is true it is predicted that one
overthrow of Carranza, must have Tampico in order to get supplies outside Sheerness is a fortified seaport in which was read and then referred to of the greatest sea fights in the history of the world will be fought off the

of Mexico. It is believed that other warships may follow the Texas to Kent at the mouth of the Thames. It City Commissioner H. C. Robertson coast of England.

Tampico.All is about forty miles from London. I to be further investigated.
hints that Funston may be withdrawn in the near future have rap- ALLIES AGAIN RESUME OFFENSIVEParis
Harwich is in Essex and about 70 The communication from the Or-
idly disappeared after the movements of Villa' became known today. The miles northeast of London. I I lando Water and Light company ad- Nov. .-From the Lys to made by the allies' attack. To the
officials of the war department intimated that General Funston will remain 'I I
south of Bixschoote, which is six
vocates the changing of the present the sea the battle in west Flanders
indefinitely. No additional orders have been issued for the reinforcementof i
miles north of Ypres, in the directionof
Death Toll Heavy method of street lighting by install was carried to the Germans today,
General Funston, it being intimated that if he is attacked he will be immediately Ii Dixmude, the allies drove the in-
reinforced. London, Nov. 13.-The British cas- ing more lights with the same num- the French, British and Belgians hav-
ualties in the war up to October 31 ber of lamps. The company claims [vaders from the trenches and themselves -
ing again resumed the offensive.At .
were approximately 57,000 men of all that if the city is properly lighted I occupied the ditches, and on
ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION FAILS ranks. This estimate was given by 4,000 additional candle power may be several points the energy of I the south of the Ypres an attack by
:Mexico City, Nov. 13.-Two constitutionalist soldiers this afternoon attempted Premier Asquith in the house of com- obtained at practically the same price the German effort gave signs of be- I the Prussian guard was repelled, the

to assasinate Silliman' and a party of friends while they were mons today in reply to a question of now paid by the city. They advocatethe ing spent. At the Ypres center the II allies following up their advantage in
0 motoring to Tacubaya, a suburb of the capitol, but fortunately no one was Edward T. John, member of the elimination of smaller sized most ferocious fighting occurred.It order to strengthen their defensive
hurt. The soldiers were apparently intoxicated, and fired four shots into house from East Denbigshire.Mr. lights. was at Ypres on Wednesdaythat works.In .
the automobile. the Germans by sheer force of Dixmude the Germans and their
John also desired informationas "We have in mind, the
superior numbers had been able, dur- detachments are still anchored The
I to the government's proposals as cation reads, "the concentric group-
EXCITING BASKET BALL GAMEIn : YESTERDAY'S FOOTBALL RE- to the final conditions of peace, the ing of the three sizes of lamps in ing a fierce night attack, to force renewed efforts of the Germans to
I SULTS effective establishment of interna- the zones about the business district, their way to Ypres, from which they force their way toward Fumes and
one of the most interestinggames were expelled with enormous losseson Dunkirk by the westward outlet
tional law, the cessation of competitive using 100 candle power lights near
in Orlando the Little Rock-Mississippi 13, Arkansas Thursday and where failed of the
ever seen military expenditure and so the center of the city. If our pro- morning, on because impregnable positions -
Won't Lose defeated _the Will Win Lexington-Transylvania 7. 7,George- forth. posal is accepted it will be a step Thursday night the allies had only which the allies had estab-
team by the close score of 13 to 11. town College 0.THE. Premier Asquith in reply gave the toward lighting our streets better been able to hold' their own againstthe lished on the outskirts of the town.
As the score indicates, the game was British casualties' and added that he and in accordance with the latest and waning German attack. At other points in the Amont district
close and exciting throughout. The WEATHER was not in a position to estimate the most approved fashion. Today the allies took the offensiveand equally violent attacks were directed
features were the work of Marion in hurled the enemy back. To the against the allies' lines by the Kai-
losses of the other allied powers or There are 214 street lamps now
Smith at forward for the Won't Lose Florida: Rain Saturday. Sunday those of the enemy. He referred Mr. service for which the city of Orlando east and north and south the aggre- ser's troops, but every attempt to
and the playing of the guards of fair. gate gain of nearly four miles was break through was checked.
John to his recent speeches on the pays approximately $5,830 per year.
The Cathedral school
both teams.
other questions raised. Under the new system as advocatedby
team plays Palatka in that city next the Orlando Water and Light com- BACK FROM 3,000 MILE TRIP
Friday. The largest crowd that has AND STILL THE TOURISTS 80,000 Prisoners pany the cost would be but very little R. D. WARING PURCHASES
witnessed a game in Orlando in along Mr. and Mrs. A. Mosteller of
London, Nov. 13.-A telegram from additional. Following Commissioner ,
time was present and many ARRIVE Vienna states that 731 officers and Robertson's investigation the matter GROVE Orlando, Return From Long
were forced to stand. 73,314 men are prisoners of war in will be taken up at a future meetingof Automobile Tour

the Austrian concentration camps, the council.
"SUFFS" WIN TWO VICTORIES ORLANDO EXTENDS WARM says an Amsterdam dispatch to Reu- Eola Park ProgressThe HEAD OF REAL ESTATE Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mosteller, of

WELCOME TO HUNDREDS ter's Telegram company. park commissioners desire to COMPANY BUYS THE Orlando, have returned from a three
Convention Decides to Continue Collecting NORTHERN PEOPLE "The enemy's wounded are being extend their thanks to the citizens SWINHOE GROVE I thousand mile automobile trip
"Blacklist" Informationat treated like our own soldiers," the who have given plants and flowers to through Georgia and Tennessee. They
Washington telegram adds, "while the. officers be used for the beautification of Eola 'attended the grand reunion of the
I Faith in
Many New Arrivals Came Yes- I Also Shows Orlando by
who are prisoners are interned in park. Superintendent Nehrling has First Baptist church at Cleveland,
Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 13.-After a terday to Spend the Winterin castles and in great private houses, j I I I been busy planting the rose bushes Commencing Erection of II Tenn. These two Orlandoites, resi-
tempestuous all day session the Na- Land of Flowers and and the captured men in great bar-j i and transplanting the shrubs givento Fine Residence on dents of more than 31 years, motored
tional Woman Suffrage Association and City BeautifulThe racks." 1 the park. North OrangeR. over the hills and valleysstopping
congressional committee, headed by I I I and resting at the beautiful Chris-
Mrs. Medill: McCormick, of Chicago, passenger trains continue to D. Waring, of the Waring Real' tian summer resort, Mineral Park
won two sweeping victories today. bring to Orlando daily winter tour- Friday, The Thirteenth Was Full Estate company, 6-7 Watkins block, Springs, Tenn.
The convention decided after a bitter has recently come to Orlando and is While they were away they en-
ists from the North. Letters have
debate to continue the collection of Of Good Fortune and Hard LuckYesterday a booster of the right type. To show joyed visits with Rev. and Mrs. F. F.
been received
information at Washington, such as announcing the arrivalof that he was willing to spend money Calloway, at Macon, Ga., Mother Gal
that on which the famous "blacklist"is many more. It is expected that a and leave it here he purchased the loway, at Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. Var-

based. It was also decided to support few more weeks will witness hun- was Friday the Thir- discovered and extinguished in plentyof Swinhoe orange grove of forty acres, nell, Cleveland, Tenn., Dr. and :Mrs.

both the Bristow-Mondell amend- j'dreds of new arrivals. Soon Orlando tenth, and there was all kinds of I time to prevent a loss to the elec- two miles east of Winter Park, the II. P. Fitch, Mr.: and Mrs. Grill, of
ment to the federal constitution and will be filled with the merry North- tric wires. It was a close call for I deal being closed a few days ago. Mineral: Park, Tenn., Rev. and Mrs.J. .
the Shafroth amendment, urged by erners. trouble for some people and lots of Winter Park. A new pole was installed : The owners of the property were B. Phillips, of Chattanooga, Mr.
the congresional committee as an aid Fourteenth Visit good luck for others. Some declared yesterday afternoon by a J. H. Vick and J. W. Johnson, two and Mrs. W. H. Blanton, of Atlanta,
to each other.READY Mr.: John Null, of Marion: Ind., that "thirteen" had followed them all force of workmen. well known local men. and many others.
arrived in the city yesterday after- their lives; others said they had been Thirteen Letters in :Name The grove is forty acres in extent,
noon and will remain through another born on Friday the Thirteenth, but Clarence Brown, head of the men's twenty acres of which consists of
FOR TOURNAMENTTampa season. This will be his four- the greatest good fortune had been clothing department at the Yowell- 1,000 large bearing orange trees. VPERIL/ ALARMSChinese
teenth visit to Orlando and he will theirs. Duckworth department store, said he Upon the property is a colonial
make his home at the Lawrence :No Hard Luck at City Hall was born on Friday the Thirteenthand house which overlooks beautiful
and Orlando Teams Are
Troops in MongoliaAre
House. There were all kinds of minor accidents that he had thirteen letters in Clearwater lake. Mr. Waring intendsto
in Fine Fettle for Tourna- Here From Ohio yesterday; none fatal, how- his name. improve the house and set out ten Moving Toward the

ment to Be Played Mr.: and Mrs. E. R. Loveland, after ever; and many somewhat propitious.One Many Punctures acres of tangerine trees. Russian Border-Con-
November 18 having spent the summer in the state man stated that old bills had Punctures befell many motorists Mr.: Waring is from Kissimmee, ference Deadlocked
of Ohio, in Ashtabula and other localities been paid which was the heighth of yesterday and there was the usual and although a new resident is not a .
Everything is in readiness for the reached this city Thursday good luck. Another citizen was of mechanical trouble for speeding au- new man, as he is well and favorably Peking, Nov. 13. There is now in
golf tournament to be held November evening, and are once more "at the opinion that all days were "thir- tomobilists. These accidents were all known to a large number of the local session at Kiakhta, Siberia, a confer-
: 18 between teams representing home," 98 Lakeview avenue, to their teens" to him, that he never had any attributed to the day. people. He is now living at 516 ence concerning the present situationin
thk Orlando and Tamp Country dubs. many friends and acquaintances.To luck whatever. The city hall officials Seven Years Bad Luck North Orange avenue, and yesterdaywas Mongolia, at which each of those
The two teams are about evenly Arrive :Next Week unloading lumber to be used in
reported that no "hard luck" had Master Denver McAlister, seven powers interested is represented by a
matched and a good contest is ex Mrs.: W. E. Tuttle and son, Master: come their way, everybody was hap- years old, was born on Friday the the construction of his new residenceon delegate. The Chinese delegate is
pected. The course at the Orlando George, and Mrs. A. Myers, mother py in that section; so was the fire Thirteenth and for seven years has North Orange avenue. He is a said to be maintaining an uncompro-
Country club, over which the play of Mrs.: Tuttle, have left Petoskey, department which has had no fires had a great deal of misfortune. Up booster for Orlando and Orange mising attitude. ;
will be run, is in excellent shape. Mich., and expected to reach Orlando for many months. to midnight he was reported to be county for all time. The city wel- There have been rumors in Peking
This year the course is in "grass early next week. Mr. Tuttle preceded Good Luck for GayJ. immune. comes such a new adidtion with out- emanating from German sources,
green,': which is superior to last his family by several weeks and F. Gay, a well known traveling' Ocoee Man in AccidentMr. stretched arms. that Chinese troops in Mongolia are :

year's course.It has been quite busy getting things in man from New Orleans, said his I : John I. Witty, of Ocoee, had a moving toward the Rusisan border,
is expected that the Tampa shape. number was 13, that he was makinghis narrow escape when the Buick car REVOLT OF TURKS AGAINST and an effort has been made to connect j
players, about twenty-five, will arrive From MichiganMr. first call in this section on the I which he was driving south on Court GERMAN OFFICERS this activity with the deadlockof
at 10 o'dockednesday morn- and Mrs. C. B. Bailey arrived thirteenth, and that unusual success street struck a wagon load of brick the conference. Inquiries, how- j
ing. A portion of the tournamentwill yesterday afternoon on the Tampa had come his way. I! drawn by two mules. The load of Bucharest, Nov. .-The newspa- ever, have brought denials from the 1
be played in the morning and a Special from Manton, Mich., where Close Call for Winter Park brick was east bound and as Mr. pers state that the revolt of the Chinese authorities of this military I
part in the afternoon. David K. they have spent a very delightful The Orlando Water and Light com Witty's machine collided the mules Turkish army against the German activity and the reports are else- 1!!
Davidson, of East Orange, N. J., the summer, to enjoy life in the Land of pany was under the hoodoo of the drew back, raising the wagon tongue officers is increasing, two of these where discredited. 4!
golf expert employed by the local Flowers with their many friends and day, however, for an electric light I which passed through the top of the. officers here, and three at Adriano- -- --
club, win round the local players into acquaintances. They are occupyingtheir I pole was discovered to be burning on I car and damaged the seats. With 'ple having been killed. Xmas is coming sureWe are
shape and assume general charge of hospitable winter home, 14 East the Winter Park road where the line I Mr.: Witty were Capt. Sims and A. I loaded up with novelties. Come and

r this season's golf program. Livingston avenue. J branches off to McDaniels'. It was ,. Clark. M.I. Don't forget the Sentinel want ads. see us. Curtis & O'Neal.SENTINEL .



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PRAISED sumer but jobbers do not
green and immature fruit. :i1.
Florida Grower Pays Glowing Tributeto Mr. Temple retired from LET l\IE BEAUTIFY YOUR GROUNDS

W. C. Temple Who Has change over a year ago WHETHER A :COUNTRY ESTATE
Sold Citrus Holdings cumstances that hurt his
am truly sorry for this but OR A SMALL CITY LOT
I note with regret the passing from I can say that no one of
the field of citrus endeavor, one of men with whom he ever
the brightest minds ever connected tact had other than respect I BLUE PRINTS AND DETAIlED PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS -
with the industry. I refer to W. C. and his ability. They
Temple, of Winter Park, who has sold hated him but they
most of his citrus holdings and who when he was around.
is now offering his home grove for liked him.like him still,
sale, says the Florida Grower, pub- may have disagreed with q Werner F. Nehrling
lished at Tampa. Mr. Temple has questions of vital interest.
been a leader in whatever line of en- Temple goes the industry i'' LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT
deavor his talents have called him, man. He is now offering
and as a retired business man he did "Alabama" grove and -A D--
came to Florida to grow citrus fruits. for sale. It is one of the CONSULTING HORTICULTURIST
Mr. Temple was one of the first to tiful estates in Beautiful A
recognize; the value of careful pack- Mr. Temple is a man who UI If contemplate planting a citrus grove
ing and a handsome pack and he built ways led a busy life, one A it will pay you to get my advice.
house at Win- been in the vortex of I I
with his own money a ways
ter Park that was all over Florida ness. I can imagine that
called "The Citrus Laundry." The I life would not be the one to Tampa, Fla.
proof that he was not wrong came so !I have often wished that he
'quickly,. that Mr. Temple became one into politics that he might Oltlce Above PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
of the most ardent workers for a bear his keen logic and Co. PHONE 570 I1lotttlllllllllllllI
good pack the state has ever known. acter upon state and ,
When the party of Florida men dele- cies. lie could fill any a.m.'v t
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California methods of packing was ency. Whatever he
made up Mr. Temple was one, and he does well and he *
he came back, as did the others, with the Temple imprint to
the firm determination to organize a who come after him that he
selling agency for Florida patterned ashamed of his work.
after the California organization, and
was of course one of the leaders who THREE FOLLIES OF
brought this about. Mr. Temple was \
at first a director to the Exchangefrom A wise woman once said .
Orange county, but after the three follies of men
first year of the existence of the Ex- her. The first was climbing BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
change the call to have him serve as to shake the fruit down, '
manager became so insistent that he would wait long enough
yielded against his inclination, gave would fall by itself. The I'; ; Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
up his comfortable home at Winter I to kill each other, when if 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc-
Park to live in a Tampa flat, and for I waited they would die a 11111 III 1 tion during that time: .
three years put the best of his won-1 death; and the third was, _____ ..
derful brain into building up the or- :would run after woman, Touring Car $555.00Runabout
ganization. There are many to say would not do so, the ? 505.00F.
that his fighting methods were not run after them.
O. B. Orlando. All cars fully equipped.
the but it is
proper ones my opinion ;. FLORIDA
that they were needed at the time and!! I Further we will be able to obtain the maximum efficiencyin
I was one of those who backed Mr. our factory production, and the minimum. coat in our
I purchasing and sales departments if we reach an output of
Temple to the limit of my ability in I I I 300,000 cars between the above dates.
this work. I believe that Mr. Temple : And should we reach this production, we agree to pay as
should be given credit for much of Liberal Arts the buyer's share from $40 to $&0 per car (on or about
MR. FRITZ HAUER has I ; ; Teachers August 1.1315) to every retail buyer: who purchases a new
the upbuilding of the Florida Citrus Extension Di- Ford car between August 1. 1J14 and August 1. 1915.
Exchange and the cause of co-opera- Violin new brick pool build-and For further particulars regarding these low prices and profit-
.. tion and his fight against the ship- 61 officers in- sharing plan, see
young men
ment of green fruit will go down in ROOM 8 ROCK 24 State and F. G. RUSH,
, Florida citrus history, and while Entrance Fees.
there may be some to claim that he < I for. President.catalogue Phone 226The
did not succeed in his efforts I can For particulars call at the

f only the past point few to the weeks auction; they reports tell the of Hours 9:00 to 12:00 I Read the Want ads; in The Sentinel I

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I Florida Real Estate and


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

{ paying business propositions. We invite all Investors and Home-Seekers to call on us regarding the propositio

t. we have to offer in


The-,Wonder Town of the High Ridge Section The Farthest South in the Lake Regie

The Coming Center of the Citrus Fruit IndustryWe

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 loc

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

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

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

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.

1T)1; Sebring is surrounded by several fresh, clear, soft-water lakes, that are fairly alive with fish, and great bouncing big fellows, t

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

" 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

leave Orlando first part of next month.



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Surplus 25,000.00 $50,000.00


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Uneeda Biscuit .Pin Street.JEWELER t.
Brief Items Tell of May Hunt for Overcoat, Um- GRANDARTHUR

Speakers to Be at the Nourishment-fine flavorpuritycrispness- brella, or Ten Dollar Bill- !

BaracaPhilatheaMeeting Lots of Hunting All "
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w -wholesomeness. All Year Round

for 5 cents, in themoistureprooCpackage. EXPERT WATCH MAKERI
The following short sketches con- TODA.Y
Beginning one week from next Friday
of the speakers who will
cern some
November 20th, it will be la" ,
be at the Baraca-Philathea Union at make specials of Fine
I a
to hunt wild deer, turkey geese,
Palatka next week. It is likely thata Watch Clock and Jewelery Re-
ducks snipe plover, moose elk,squir- :
large number of local people will pairing; Diamond Setting,Ringand
rel and quail in Florida. Beginning I Spectacle Repairing. ; JOHNSONAND
attend the meeting.Mr.
with the first cold spell of weather, .
: D. S. Wagnon is a young bus- w t Bring me repairs others have
it is lawful, and more or less wise, I
failed do, and I will
to repair
iness man of Macon Ga., who has ry -
cUs.yV for a man to go into the attic and them satisfactorily or no charge.
given much time to the Baraca workin
hunt for his last year's overcoat for My prices are reasonable.
his state. Mr. Wagnon is servinghis LOTTIE BRISCOEIN
fear his wife has given it to some
second term as general secretaryof
r.GRAHAM lady for a rummage sale.
the World-Wide BaracaPhilatheaUnion
If you have lost an umbrella, and : CHAS. VATER -
and is making a splendid offi-
everybody has, it is lawful to go to :

cial.Mr. the church during the coming week JEWELEREast
Chas. C. Teague of Columbus
and hunt around and see if some oth- '
Ga., is field secretary for the Baraca CRACKERSA Pine Street, at Young's 'A A MANWITtl A fUTURt'A
er fellow has left one there that you
Association and Philathea Union of Repair Shop
food for every day. can borrow for an indefinite period. ll-4-d&w-lm
Georgia. Georgia has over 20,000
Crisp, delicious and Any time after November 1st the ,
and Philatheas and Mr. '
strengthening. Fresh statute allows you to hunt up a man i Lubin special feature complete in two parts.
Teague is working every day to increase I'
with a dirty face and dirtier handsto I
baked and fresh de-
this number. Mr. Teague is
: put up the sitting room stove and
the man who organized forty-three livered. 10 cents.SNAPAROONS. Wood Wood Wood
leave his finger prints all over the I
classes in forty-one days and is a
ceiling. REVELER
live wire in the work. He is the first
If the lady of the house is urgingthe Excellent Core Pine Wood Sup ,
one to organize five classes in the I I
man of the house to mow the
5 to 1 contest. plied in any quantity Selig comedy. laugh.
lawn so it will looK pretyt when the
:Mr. Gordon G. Singleton is from
tourists begin to arrive it is strictly
Atlanta Ga., and is editor of the
lawful for the m.o.t.h. to hunt up
Baraca and Philathea Journal the
some excuse so he won't have to do "The "
new Georgia paper of the two organ- it. STRANDS OR MORE Mixup at Murphy'sA ,

izations. Mr. Singleton was electedat
If you belong to the knocker's club, -
the 1914 World-Wide conventionat BIOGRAPH comedy. A scream from startto
it is the proper time to hunt around
Waco as National Baraca Secret ELDREDGE BARLOW finish.
until you find a ten dollar bill and
Service secretary and is a capableand
efficient official.Dr. use it to join the Orlando Board of Telephone 375

Trade and become a booster, says
A. P. Montague is president of W. S. Branch.If South Street, near A. C. L.
Columbia College Lake City, Fla., bit HEAR
and one of the most prominent edu- A delightful new Tracks

cators of the entire state. Dr. :Mon-' cuit, with a rich and the city authorities will enforce 9-l-lm "THAT ORCHESTRA"Its

tague has only been in Florida a few delicious cocoanut fla- the "spitting" law, their constituencywill

but has won a host of friendsin say, "Well done, thou good and
years that time. vor. Crisp and always faithful servants." Real Estate Bought

fresh xo cents.

philosophy Prof. II. and W. education Cox is professor at the Uni-of I and Sold. Worth Twice the Price of

versity of Florida, Gainesville, Flor- c ser Florida's' Orange Admission
ida. Prof. Cox is teacher of the ; Jj fBuy Biggest 'City Building Lots $100; $1.00 cash

Baraca class of the Epworth M. E. o and $1.00 per week buys a Lot

church in Gainesville and has one of RENTS COLLECTED. 5c lOcMONDAY

the largest and best classes in the
Grove BargainTwenty Notary Work Promptly and Neatly
, state. Done.
Rev. E. Cullom Grimshaw is pastorof

the Circular Congregational churchof N.P.HATCHERORLANDO

Charleston S. C. He is also state

secretary of the World-Wide Union biscuit balledNATIONAL by acre Grove on beauti- ,FLORIDA
for that state and has made a great A George Kleine Special Feature
ful lake, 2i/C miles from Post Office at Pinehurst ParkP.
success of the work there. BISCUIT
Office Orlando, near hard roads, O. Box 281 I
:Mr. Marcus C. Fagg state superin- COMPANYAlways
tendent of the Children's Home Society schools and churches. 1300 PHONE 405' 10-8-1m
-- -- ------
------ -
is one of the best authorities in look for that Name Grapefruit and Orange Trees,

the state on social service. lie is a I one-half in full bearing, balance Atlantic Coast Line :

great believer in the Baraca and Phi- yur'" 9in PJ
lathea work.GERMANY'S. will bear next year. Present 5-TOURIST from TRAINS >>

peal not only to the sanitarians who crop on Grove estimated at NORTH AND WEST

3000 boxes. About 7000 Nur- I,
NAVAL LOSSES ARE will be gathered in Jacksonville at

LARGEST that time but to the public at large. sery Trees ready to bud now. "Dixie Limited"Flyer""Dixie

The exhibits will comprise the workof Good 7-room house and out- "Seminole Limited" THE MARKET

Has Lost Most Ships During the state and municipal boards of buildings. If sold in ten days "Montgomery Route"
"South Atlantic Limited"PuUman
health and of and
private semipublic
War-England Is Second. Witha owner will sacrifice for $12000.We cars from Chicago St. Louis Of Cleanliness Of
Loss of Twenty-four Out organizations throughout the en- Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisvilleand QualityFRESH
tire South. are exclusive agents for this intermediate Jacksonville
of a Total of 116 points -
For the first time in the history of property. Fla. AND SALT MEATS

New York, Nov. 11.-One hundred the South will southern health workers Dining via Cars

and sixteen warships of all kinds have an opportunity to view, un- Cooper Atha ATLANTIC COAST LINE FISH AND GAME

have been destroyed damaged or oth- der one roof, the methods and accom- Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
of their fellows and
erwise put out of action since the plishments at 114 South Orange Ave. Ground Floor Hillsboro Hotel Tampa Fla. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept frcab

war began, according to official ad- the same time meet in conventionwith Phone No. 311 A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., and
missions of the various countries, the leading sanitarians of the 38 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. pure.

supplemented by reports from offi- United States, Canada, Mexico and ___ ___n We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

cial sources. Cuba as comprising the American Are You Thinking About a VictrolaFor everything in the Meat Line.

Some of the unofficial statements Public Health Association.All

have not been confirmed by the interested health organizations should Christmas The PARLOR MARKET
governments particularly in awaken to the importance of this

the case of Germany and Austria. exhibition and convention and make There are certain types of Victrolas that it is of- H. M. Self & Co.
The total official and unofficial losses every effort to be represented both
ten impossible to buy even in New York Philadelphiaor
are: by material and delegates.It Chicago during the month of December. To save PINE STREET

Germany _____________________ 46 is quite likely that many Orlando -
England _____________________ 24 citizens interested in the work of annoyance place your order now. The biggest dealerin
Austria ______________________ 23 this association will attend the meet- the world cannot sell you a machine any cheaper thanwe Phone No. 80
Russia _______________________ 16
Japan ________________________ 3 ing. can. You can get right at us if the instrument is
France _______________________ 2 not absolutely perfect and satisfactory in every way. It --- ---
Turkey ______________________ 3 Better licensesnow. 4401 .1111111111. .1111111111111111111.111111.11111"
get your hunting is not to do this if the dealer is in Baltimore
The individual losses of the princi- as easy or
The open season draws nigh
pal sufferers are: and if you go without them you will New York. Some have found this out by dear experience. i ..South Apopka Nurseries..

Ger.Aus.Eng.Rus. find it rather expensive if the Come in and talk it over.
Battleships ____ __ 3 1 1 game All the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange
Cruisers 10 4 13 3 warden catches you.
Conv'td cruisers. 3 __ 1 __ W. S. BRANCH Trees, thrifty, well-rooted and clear of all diseases.

Gunboats ______ 6 __ 2 1 New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family
Torpedo boats__ 20 11 1 __ FREEAddress
Submarines ____ 3 1 3 __ T. A. MANN The Arcade Book and Music Store

Monitors ______ __ 1 __ __
Minelayers ____ 2 __ 2 9 .South Nurseries.
Surveying ships. __ __ __ 2 Pine St.SPECIALS M .. Apopka ..
Training ships------ 1 __ Croeery, r -
Unnamed ships __ 3 __ 2 OCOEE, FLORIDA
The smaller losses are: tRt: fi A 9-4-tf I '
Jap. Fr'ce. Turk. Hammond&GoreFUNERAL
Cruisers ________ 1 1 __ ..11.. . . . ..

Gunboats ________ __ 1 ]1
___ __ ... .
Torpedo boats 2 1 111111111111.18111.811111111111111111111111.11111. '
Armored steamers __ __ ]1 I DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I

17 lbs. Sugar .____________ __$1.00
LARGE HEALTH MEETINGTo Carload of Hams arrive today must REAL VALUES LOW PRICES O Odando o Paint and Wall Paper Co. I

be sold Saturday per lb. ___20c. COMPARE ;

Fox River Butter per Ib.______37c. .
lie Held in Jacksonville\. High Grade Paints, Oils Varnishes -
Irish Potatoes per peck ________25c. OUR FURNITUREWe AGENTS FORration's '
27 to Dec. 6 -All Health I I I Kaisomine Wall Pa-
Ten pound can Snowdrift 90c. Sun Proof Paper Wall Board, Roofing I

OrganizationsShould Four pound can Snowdrift ____45c. provide the quality of furniture that has long '
Go been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the Paints Brushes Etc. 1
Four cans hand packed Toma-
standard of merit. If article is here it is I "Av.e.
an good.
__ _______ SOLD AT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Orange
The Southern Health Exhibitionwill toes _______ __ 25c. It uouldn't here were it otherwise. We can't make THE SUN

be held in Jacksonville Florida, 24 lb. Pillsbury Flour __-:-______90c. this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones ORLANDO FLORIDA !4i

November 27th to December 6th, 12 lb. Pillsbury Flour _________45c. of this business, and that means much to any buyer. i

1914, in connection with the forty- 2 cans Xo. 3 Clark Tomatoes I I f Special Wall Paper 3000 Rolls, at 5e. I IlllliliMlilllllilillMCIIiliMMtmMMMMIMIIM

second Public annual Health meeting Association.of the American I hand packed ______________25c. McNHU & DAVIS BLOCK, *

At this 6 Octagon Soap _______________25c.

ively shown exhibition material covering will be attract-a wide I I Kinghan Box Bacon ____________35c. Cor. Orange Ate. and Church St.. Orlando Fla. "'

range of subjects pertaining to Apples per peck ______________40c J Subscribe for the Sentinel
= I- -4' -Ir.r-- __I_
conservation which will app -. Don't forget Baxter's Corn, 2 for 25c.

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E DAILY and T. M.: Callahan, secretary. The I MJiltiJMtlMMIIiMMMIMIMIIMMIIIIMMIIIIMH -'%
object of the organization is cooperation ii i
South Florida SentinelMORNING I II i
I in the advancement of the
AND WEEKLYW. I spiritual and moral interests of the

M. CLENN ......................Edit.r I .
W. C. ESSINGTON .....BiuineM Manager community.A
-- -- ---- feature of the work contemplated -
Entered sa Second at tbe Class poetoffice Mail Matter.at Orlando Florida which will be of special interest, A QUIT CLAIM DEEDTO

SUBSCRIPTION RATES is teh formation of a plan for or- TflT
Daily. 1 Year ........................ 15.00 and systematic charity-
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.50 ganized PROFITS 'iI
Daf1 3: Months ...................... 1.25 something which is urgently neededin
Daily. 1 Month ....................... 6tt Lakeland. The people of this city
\\"edd,Year ...................... $1.00
Weekly. 6 Months .................... .75 are the most generous and charitably IMMENSETHANKSGIVING
inclined to be found anywhere, but
ADVANCETO this liberality could be much more

ADVERTISERS: could effectively be handled directed through if relief some work rec-' : SALE!

Copy for display and all other handset fOR THANKSGIVING
ftdvertisinr must be handed in at the businessrfffira ognized agency, such as the pastorsare
of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. considering.With .
the day before publication. This rule applies
to chances for contract advertising: it is the advent of the winter sea- OF
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to.
SuKcrTEers desiring The Sentinel ducon- son there will be many calls for as- ; : For Holidays For Everyday : :
tinned should notify tbe office in writing on sistance, and these ought to be inves-
otherwise it will be MILLINERYREADYTOWEAR
the date expiration
and each treated according to
continued at the regular subscription rate, tigated

Telephone until notice Numb to top>> r _is_..received.__.-.............. 24 the merits of the case.
Cheap as Other Meats



Wife of C. D. Laundon Died FREE DELIVERY COMMENCES---

Tuesday at Nashville, Following -
Madman Attacked Him as He

Was En Route to Jackson- OperationIllfor
ville From New York ,
Nick Francisco
On Steamer Mr. James DeLaney yesterday received -'

a letter from Nashville telling
Charleston S. C, Nov. 13.-F. W.
of the death of Mrs. Lottie Laundon,
R. Hinman, business manager of the well known to local people. Death The Orange Avenue Fruitman Cost Not ConsideredNote
Times-Union and presidentof
Florida I
came to her on Tuesday morning.The .
the Southern Newspaper Publish- These Prices! They are only a Few
following item is taken from the I Phone 609
ers' Association, was fatally wounded Nashville Banner: I of the Great ReductionsTRIMMED
and Capt. Andrew D. Ingram,
"Mrs. Lottie Charlotte Fanning 1IIIIIIIIfllll'l.e.t""llrT- . .
master of the vessel, and B. II.
Laundon died this morning at 1:30 I
Wright, of Utica, N. Y., a.pasenger, ----- --
seriously wounded last night by a o'clock at a local infirmary, aged 41 last spring and kept getting worse. POPULAR TELLER RETURNS HATSFour
She was the wife of C. D.
pasenger, said to be George Batch- years. An operation proved necessary, and
Prices Only. All New Goods
Laundon, and is survived by her husband -
Mr. and Mrs. Z. V. Raulerson have
eler Perkins, an architect of Boston, she lived six days following the
and two children, also her father -
returned from Patterson, Ga., where
Mass., on the Clyde Line steamship
Mohawk when that vessel was off the Mr. H. M. Elder, Sr., and three eration. The sympathy of the community they have been on a visit. Mr. Rau- $3.98-$5.98- $7.98-$9.98

North Carolina coast bound from brothers, II. M., Jr., N. B. and R. S. goes out to C. D. Laundon lerson is teller at the Orlando Bank
Elder. I'I'who survives. and Trust
New York for Charleston.Mr. company. Every tenth purchaser of a Hat, trimmedor
"The remains were conveyed to the
Ilinman died yesterday at untrimmed, to the amount of $;).00 or
- --- --- -----
residence of Miss Willie Fields, 2512
8:37 o'clock, twelve hours after sus- over, will receive a $;).00 GULI PIECE
Oakland street, where services will '
taining the two fatal wounds, one in ABSOLUTELY: FREE. .
be conducted Wednesday morning at
'the abdomen and one to the side of I A Rare
10 o'clock by Elder Sam Pittman. Opportunity
the abdomen, from a 32 caliber re-
The interment will be at Mt. Olivet I COATSSix
volver. Accompanied by his widow
cemetery. The following will serve The Crawford home No. America
and son-in-law, Mr. Hinman's body place at 108
as pall bearers: Sam D. Neeley, Prices Only. Every Garment
a new one
was carried late last night to Jack- Charles D. Johnson, Andrew Dodson street must be sold at once. The lot has a front- COLLEGE COATS STREET COATS

sonville.held last A night preliminary by United inquest States was D. F. Neilson, W. B. Rippetoe, M. D. age of 83 feet and 333 feet deep. The house corv AFTERNOON COATS EVENING COATS

Commissioner Arthur Iluger. Irvin, Norman St. Clair and Dr. Wm. tains six rooms, but is not modern in appointments Regular $8.00 to $9.00 for _________. S 6.98
M. McCabe"Mrs.
Perkins, who heard the warrant though it could easily be made so. I have the exclusive Regular $10.00 to $12.50 for _______ S 8.98
Laundon has been sick since
read without being affected and who handling of this property and am preparedto Regular $15.00 to $17.50 for _______ $ 11.98
--- -
-- -
showed an attitude of not knowing -- -- ---
what he had done, did not attend, 1111111111111111111111111+ offer you a GREAT BARGAIN. Remember, it Regular $22.00 to $25.00 for _____ $16.75

nor did Capt. Ingram or Mr. Wright, MUST BE SOLD, so see me at once interested. Regular $27.50 to $30.00 for ______ $19.75
both of whom in local T. F HOURIHANLicensed
are a hospital. jj $24.98
Regular $32.50 to $40.00 for ______.
United States Assitant District At-
Plumber and
torney J. Waties Waring questionedthe ;
witnesses.It Sanitary Engineer Every tenth purchaser of a Coat, Coat

was decided to hold Perkins for Estimates Furnished. JobbingPrctipt'y > S.Y.WAYInsurance Suit or Dress to the amount of $10.00 or
Attended to. J | I
trial on the charge of having killed over will receive a $10.00 GOLD PIECE
Mr. Ilinman. It was brought out at
the hearing that Perkins had been 106 Court Street and Real Estate Agent I t _

what he called headache
taking pow- I
ders to excess and his room mate, PHONE 172 II
N. K. Wentworth, of Connecticut, 4z11mtIIIIIIIOICIIIIIIIIIIIII.
Seven Prices Yours To
said he was suspicious of Perkins be- .. Only Coat-Suits Choose From
cause of this.

Soon after 8 o'clock at night Per- ..111111111111111111111111111111111111 a, II 1111111111..II IIIIIIIIIIIIIU" We guarantee every Garment Shown to be
this season's purchase.
kins, clad in pajamas and a raincoat,

approached Capt. Ingram and Mr. Huyler's BonbonsAssorted Chocolates, $15.00 Suits _____________________ 510.98

and Mrs. Hinman, who were in conversation I Jc': Nutted Chocolates Salted Nuts just re- $17.00 to $20.00 Suits _____________ $13.50
lie addressed a remarkto
Capt. Ingram, who replied that ceived by Express. Every package guaranteed $22.00 to $25.00 Suits ____________ $16.75

Perkins must wear more suitable apparel by Huyler and McElroy's Pharmacy., $27.50 to $32.50 Suits ____________. 519.75

other.if he wished to Perkins mingle with the t PHONE NO. 20. ESTABLISHED 31 YEARSBIG $35.00 to $40.00 Suits ___________ 524.50

his pasengers.revolver and fired at whippedout Capt. i PHARMACY $45.00 to $50.00 Suits _______ --- $29.75

Ingram's abdomen, the bullet taking 1111-c 111111111111111.111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 111111111111II... $55.00 $65.00 Suits ______________ 538.50
effect. He then shot Mr. Ilinman
; 11111111111111111111111111111111 ..111111 0 III II 11'1 II 11 It 11111 S a H II ; II ... LIXEXS
and turned the weapon on :Mr.

Wright, who was reclining on a set- of every description, plain and fancy, reduced
tee. from 15 per cent to 33 per cent below regular.

Our Saturday Special Sale On As Usual
20 Extra Big Items from every section of the
Dry Gods Store. Get an ocular demonstration. f

f Federation of Women's Clubs Big Ben square in the back in Evans' t

f to Be Held in That City window---he's good all round and good all through.If Grocery DepartmentALL

f Beginning Tuesday Next "handsome is as handsome does"---Big Ben's DAY SPECIALS

f beauty is more'n skin deep. BABY VAN CAMP MILK, per dozen______43c;

[ Lakeland' Fla., Nov. 13.-The TALL VAN CAMP MILK, per dozen____$1.00

Florida Federation of Women's 17 lbs. NEW JAPAX RICE _____________$1.00
t Clubs, which convenes in Lakeland See those great, strong, handy keys that make 10 lb. PAIL COTTOLEXE for ____________$1.23

Tuesday evening, November 17th, his wind up so easy--- and the broad, deep-toned MAINE POTATOES, peck __________-___23c.;
will for four consecutive evenings,,

f present to the visiting members and' bell] he sounds, so your get up is pleasing.Big NUTS

the people of Lakeland the rare opportunity i WALNUTS, per lb. -------________________30c.

: of hearing such state and Ben stands seven inches from tip to toe---big, faithful, ALMONDS, per lb. --___________________30c.

E national workers as Dr. J. Y. Porter, with large, clean-cuthands,plainly seen in the dim morning light PECAXS, per lb. -----__________________23c.;
t of the state board of health; Dr. BRAZILS per lb. -----___________________20c

( Frances "Bradley, of Atlanta, "Child He rings you up at any time you say-steady for five minutesor FILBERTS, per lb. --____________________23c;
Dr. Putnam
t Hygiene; superintendent and off for short in either call
of the Boys' Industrial school at on ten-stops at a nudge from

l Marianna; Miss Creswell, of Wash- you. He took the Blue Ribbon at the Fair. See special display

ington, D. C.; Mrs. Felix J. McWhirter today in our window.
former president of Indiana Fed-

eration of Women's Clubs, and Mrs.

Amelia Bingham, of New York, who
will' probably present "The Bluebird"as DICKSON 1VES CO.

a play reading at one of the ses-


Tuesday evening will be devoted to
the uesual addresses of welcome and

responses, after which the hostess .DEPARTMENT( ( STORE.

club will give a reception. .for dele- ..
gates and visitors at the Kibler hotel.
The ministers f>t the city held a Orlando Orange Avenue Florida ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACETH

meeting yesterday and organized the

Protestant.P stors' Association with

: Rev. W, S. Patterson chairman ..
as I.. II IIIII1IIIIIII1 KllllinilllllMIC 111I1 IIIiimilDtlMMHI .


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({Mmtfcr nrtrty Mrs. C. A. Raulerson- D. W. Adams -I f THEATRE GET IT AT ALLEN'S

Mrs. D. Speer and Mrs. J. V. I
Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright Weeks of Geneva, were in the city
Ho. yesterday shopping.Mr. Admission 5 cents
Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone 254 .

WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR sonville bringing the state banner J. W. Miller, of Kissimmee, II 111111111111111111111111 OUR NOVELTIES
.iIvember Uth.Saturday with her. one of the leading stock men of Os- TODAY'S PROGRAM

Charmingly EntertainsMr. ceola county was among the business .1

I and Mrs. Peter Palen enter- transactors in Orlando yesterday.One Joker.Four"Roll Big Your Reels Today Peanut. A ARE SURE TO PLEASE YOU = a l'jl

1 3 P.} .-Nullos Club; Miss Margaret tained at cards Thursday evening in comedy on an election bet.
Hart, hostess.D. honor of their house guest Mrs. Min week more and the hunting Imp. "Her Nerve. A drama of
ben- nie Varnao. Those who season is on. Have you secured that tense situation. MESH BAGS VANITIES t
A. R. card party, Belgian were invitedto UniversaL "Animated Weekly."
efit; Mrs. C. P. Dow, North Orangeand meet Mrs. Varnao were Mr. and license yet? Only a very few had Lubin. "A Cowboy's Love." A STAMP BOXES FILES
Robinson.D. Mrs. Wm. Green, :Mr. and Mrs. Wm. been issued up to yesterday.Mr. Western melodrama.

A. R. Benefit Card Party Lege Mrs. T. O. Brown Misses Mary NAPKIN RINGS CUFFS
The members of the D. A. R. who and Grace Holt, Maud Rossiter and Wm. Edwards of Plymouth a TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYOld CIGAR CUTTERS WATCH BOXES

have the benefit card party in chargeat Marguerite Robertson.Mr. worthy member of the Orange coun- fashioned New York buck-

Mrs. C. P. Dow's wish to say that Dolive With VitagraphThe ty board of public instruction trans- wheat flour at John Empie's Cash D ETC.
acted business in Orlando .
auction friends of yesterday.Mr. 14-ltc
the games will be pivot many Mr. Jenkins Grocery.
bridge and five hundred. Those desiring Dolive will be glad to hear he is doing --. aEl ,
and Mrs. A. M. Callis, accom- FOR RENT-Furnished room with h
to arrange their own table exceedingly well with the Vita- at 203 America
may do so, otherwise the committeewill graph company of Brooklyn, N. Y. panied by Mrs. E. II. Ceas, have arrived street.sleeping porch 11-14-lwkc

arrange them. Since October 4th he has been at from Milan, Mich., and will
stay at their home, on South Lake FOR SALE-One seven passenger,
At Mrs. Hal Orangeburg Inn Rockland county,
six cylinder automobile 1 year old,
street, until
Young Matrons Card Club met I N. Y., acting as business managerfor spring.Mr. first class condition. Don't answer
with Mrs. Hal Beardall at her homeon the director of the company, as unless interested. Address Bargain,
Lake Cherokee yesterday after- well as playing a part in a three- Harry F. Phipps, commercial care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf

noon. The living room was artistic- reel and a one-reel picture which are agent for the Southern Railway, with
ally decorated with many beautifulroses. being staged there. His friends may headquarters Tampa was among room house furnished; best
The club members in attend- watch for "The Butterfly" which'will the well known transportation peoplein residence section. Also fine buildinglots

ance were Mrs. Joseph Bumby, Mrs. be shown here at the Grand some Orlando yesterday.Mrs. on lake at a great bargain to
those who will address Owner, care El
Sidney Ives, Mrs. Gordon Wright time soon. It is being shown in Jack- 443.
Mrs. W.; M. Davis, Mrs. Phil Slemons. sonville now. lie has several promi- H. F. Douglas and daughter, Sentinel or phone Manicure and Toilet Sets

Misses Ada Bumby and Antoinette nent parts in pictures which have not 1 Miss Kathrina Dauglas, and Mrs. T. WANTED POSITION-A working
Slemons substituted for two absent been released but they will all be I C. Whitman attended the Associationof nurse wants work at once. Ask at U
silver and
in Parisian
I j Congregational Churches of South Sentinel office, or address Mrs. Gibson ivory, we have a fine stock of
and Mrs. Leonard shown here this
members Bumbyfor season. Winter Park. ll-14-3tc
Florida, which met at Winter Park these for you to select from now.
the hostess. Tea sandwiches and Birthday Party 10
lobster timbales were. served late in I' Mrs. Edna Fuller, on lAke Lucerne Wednesday and Thursday. POSITION WANTED-By a Northern -
middle aged refined widow fl
the afternoon. yesterday gave a pretty birth- ,
County Commissioner A. C. Star- either as musical governess companion -
At Methodist Church day party for her little daughterLois. to lady, or housekeeping; best
Mrs. Musselwhite's committee will It was her ninth birthday anda bird of Apopka was in Orlando yes- references. Address Box 236, Ocoee .A.llen & CO.
terday afternoon, having returned Fla. 11-14-lt .
give an "apron shower" and social number of little girls were invitedto ,
from a two days' business trip to
tea at the Methodist church parlors help make the birthday a merryone. WANTED-Northern woman of set- n JEWELERSr
Jacksonville. He was met here by
text Friday afternoon November A cake with nine candles was tled years wants position as house-
20th from 3 to 6 o'clock. Fancy, one of the features of the party. his son and motored back to Apopka.Mrs. would keeper be for interested elderly in gentleman poultry busi-who ;; RELIABLE REPAIRING. "EVERYTHING GUARANTEED "

kitchen and children's aprons are so- Refreshments were served. Address R-100 Seffner Fla. or ,
: W. J. Cran and Miss Cran are ness.
licited. All winter visitors'who are care Sentinel. ll-14-3t* TU
among the welcome visitors arrivingin
Methodists are especially invited to Mr. John B. Coarsey the popular
come and get acquainted. representative of LeRoy Myers Savannah Orlando yesterday from Marietta! LOST-White fox terrier black spoton
Ohio. Their stay in the city is indefi- each ear and black spot on root MM
Brings Banner Back Ga., arrived in Orlando last nite, but the Sentinel is joined in the of tail; answers to name "Sing." j
The Orlando Chapter of the W. C. evening and as usual registered at Reward. Jos. Dawson 200 W. Cen- ; ;
wish that they will fall in love with ;; :;:
T. U. has the distinction of being the the San Juan. Mr. Coarsey sells the the City Beautiful and make it their tral avenue. llU3t.I I r wft1et i
best chapter in the state. :Mrs. A. A. famous Herman Cortez cigars and permanent home. Illlltllt
Gould returned yesterday afternoon enjoys a lucrative trade in this sec-
from the state convention at Jack- tion.

LIBRARYThe McCULLOCH'SDepartment Pan Cake Flour "I'

A Orlando Peace Society has Now is the time for
I Message On placed in the Sorosis Library an interesting and .Maple

M volume including the re- : Store : : Syrup. We have a fresh supply of Flour.
port of the international commission

Safete/First inquiring into the causes and conductof Maple Syrup in cans or bottles.

the Balkan war, and among recent

a factory S tA books purchased by the library com- '
that knows its business and i
and > mittee are: : ; China

a sincere possesses regard ---? D_ :?' r.-- "The Raft" Conningsby Dawson. Just received a shipment of Graham
for its patrons' "The Auction Block" Rex Beach. Glassware
Security. FIVE BARS and a "The Mutiny of the Elsinore," Jack ; ; and Whole Wheat Flour.
-.Ei" CROSS T7E-The London.
/ Safety First
Symbol. "Saturday's Child" Kathleen Nor- Cooking
The simple, practical nonskid -
/ / j tire tread formation ris."A
i with the Fool and His "
-bed-rock Money G. B. Utensils
./ f clutch that gives the car McCutcheon. I New Modern
/ :1 f driver control-Security. "Excuse Me," Rupert Hughes. j Watch window for Mon- : | Grocery

"Chance," Joseph Conrad.
: I -:1: The Goodrich "The Perch of the Devil" Gertrude ; day specials. i CARUTHERS & GORE

Safety First : f ff Safety Tread Tire Atherton."Silver Sand" S. R. Crockett.You 128 S. Orange AvenueHIIIIIIIIIIIMIIMiMI f Phone 200. 6 and 8 East Pine Street.

= ,
is Security. B works it proves itself-it is
The Goodrich ; = g constant protection-and it's a* can help the Sentinel most by II I I I I I I I I III I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I ,_'-" I I I I . I M
Safety ; E :: long time with you. patronizing Sentinel advertisers. -
SafetyTread S Don't
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tire u 'i ? accepted Standard DOD kid and
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..!!!t1 ::: 72x73 7s a 3fy I5.7SH.75 I7.M. QUANTITY
U./ 23 55 25.25 Special prices for October.
A'hffr_ b4 y'SM4 2435. 265. Stock up before cold weather.

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excellent shape $450.00.

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FOR RENT-Five modern rooms, number La1hs and Sll.ingles
SENTINEL furnishrd for light housekeeping. ,
406 E. Colonial Drive, corner Broad-

way. 11-10-6t

WANTSThe FOR RENT-Nice furnished rooms;
-s good location and low price. Inquire -
601 East Central avenue. Phone
591. ll-10-6tc

Morning Sentinel Want FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice-
Directory is the Greatest Want ly furnished rooms; gas, separate
Ad Medium in Orlando. bath, new house; adults only. 604 ORLANDO
Magnolia avenue. 11-10-tf-

Terms Cash in Advance.
FOR RENT-Large, attractive room.
RATES Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.

For One Day ______________23c; 11-8-tfc Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________50c ,
For Six: Days _______________73c; FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with
,V hat isYoiirCIiniet
? For One Month ____________$2.50 garage; elegantly furnished; on
This Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. . .I'.I..II.III.I.IIII.IIIII..I.r..II..I.11"11111'1'11111111 "
rate all ads of
applies on 8-27-tf .II'.II..IIIIIII.II.I.IIIIII.tllllll.IIIIIIII.1111111111'1 11,11,1,1.,1.ac.rSC .++
25 words or less. If the ad con-
A nice piece of property with a tains more than 25 words the rate
good house and about 3 acres of will be one cent per word for FOR RENT-Furnished apartmentsfor
land beautifully situated betweentwo each additional word, for each in- light housekeeping, with all con- : ESS
lakes, only a few minutes to sertion.If veniences; also sleeping porches. 307
Post Office, with an orange grove you can't bring your ad to East Pine, between Liberty and Lake*
9 the office telephone No. 24. Ac- streets. ll-8-6t
counts opened by telephone will be
payable the following day. FOR RENT-Furnished for light
5 acres in good trucking land housekeeping, suite of large, pleas-
Important friendships result from the right introduction, and
9 Every Home-Every Business- ant rooms; all modern conveniences;
Every Man has use for a also two nice sleeping rooms; private the most important ones come through the right banking con-
A city home, corner lot at a bar- Sentinel Want Ad. family; close in. 312 North Main St.

gain price 11-8-6tc. nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We

9 FOR SALE FOR RENT-Seven room house; wa-
A new 5-room ter, gas, electric lights, bath, etc.; invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-
bungalow lot
large FOR SALE-A paying business. barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by
at a very low figure ... $100 cash. Box 818, city. 200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
? 11-13-3t* avenue. 10-31-tf

A 10-acre orange grove the FOR SALE-One twenty-five, five- FOR RENT-Large, pleasant fur-
owner wants sold at once. passenger Studebaker in A-No. 1 nished rooms; close in, with private
condition. Will stand inspection by family. 302 North Orange avenue. & TRUST CO.tllllllllllllllllllllllII:1:1.
Read over the above and come any mechanic. Will consider trade 11-11-6t*
in and have a talk with us. for Ford and part payment. MortonII. I'
Jones & Son. 11-13-tf FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con-
veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A. : : : :: :: : : :: ::: : ::::::
FOR SALE-New Georgia cane syrup, Knox. 11-3-tf
ORlANDO BUILDING & LAND CO turkeys, chickens, eggs; water

I II North Orange Avenue other ground country meal, sweet produce potatoes, just, corn received and FOR ,RENT airy rooms FURNISHEDThreelarge and sleeping " " ': :::::::::" ,,::::::: :: :: : :: ::::::::::::::::::::

from Georgia. Also agent for pecan porch; near Lake Lucerne. Mrs. J. E.
PHONE 608 trees, one of the largest growers in Foster, 411 South Boone street.
\ the South, G. B. Wigh, Cairo, Ga. 11-11-tfc I
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL Come and get some of the literatureand
some of the nuts. W. E. Powell, WANTED CLOTHINGOur
1 FRED B. DALE headquarters on Boone street.
C. H. BRYANT 11-11-lwkc POSITION WANTED-Young man
r wants position as stenographer or
DAVIS A GILES, Counsel. FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Rhode bookkeeper, or both. Small salary to
} F. A. PEPPERCORN, Contractor Island Reds, hens and pullets; start. Thoroughly competent. Sober, new stock of
Ward's strain; your choice for $1.00. steady and reliable. Address "C. W."
r Also fryers. Call' or write, W. J. care SentineL 11-5-tfc
Barber, just south of Drennen Sta-

l I Business Directory tion. 11-8-6t* WANTED-Dressmaking all work guaranteed and of prices any kind very, Fall and Winter
FOR SALE-One horse. C13 Veach reasonable. Mrs. J. A. Evans. Phone I ClothingMade

f For -street. -11-4-tf 220.10-29-2w No. 200 East Robinson avenue.

seven room house, furnished or unfurnished TWO GENTLEMEN roomers wanted.
LIST YOUR PROPERTY ; best residence section. 313 West Central avenue.10312w by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in
, with me now, while I have the time Also fine building lots on lake at a ,
t to look it over and familiarize myself great bargain to those who will build

largest with the number talking of points.sales I last made winter the phone Address 520.Owner, care Sentinel 10-31-1m, or ROOMS FOR RENT and we are anxious for you to see our

and expect to do even better this winter TWO FURNISHED ROOMS at 221
., My prospects are beginnig to arrive FOR SALE-Good boat wagon T can Robinson avenue; on Lake Eola. New Styles and high class tailoring. Best
and it might cause you to losea be used for hunting; cheap. II. C. 10-31-3w ,
sale by putting it off. Call todayat McDaniel. 10-23-lm
my new offices in the Watkins FURNISHED ROOMS and board, for in the
FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston place city to buy clothing.
building and list your property. six adults. Address Kentucky Home,
WALTER W. ROSE, Wakefield, $1.00 per thousand. 511 Palmer street, Orlando, Lake
Real Estate. Phone 655. Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. Cherokee. 10-17-lm
10-28-tf .

T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. LARGE AIRY ROOMS in new, mod-
FOR SALE-Couple of good building
-i ern home, not excelled in the citv
Conscientious work at fair prices. lots. Call 602 Lafayette street, W. M. SLEMONS
for location and Kitch-
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf Concord Park. 11-8-6t* surroundings.
enette if desired. 14 E. Amelia next
LAUNDRY FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. door to the Wyoming. 11-3-tf .
Your general laundry work, French Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas-
dry cleaning, and pressing will be ap- tle. 9-18-tf NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, Minimum nillinium" " . II rill. II I.. II I"II' I'.
preciated. Satisfaction and service to adults only. 409 Delaney street. . . . . . ... .
guaranteed. Open September 28th. FOR SALE-A good Roll Top 10-25-tf
Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry, Desk and Chair. Been used very lit- .. . . .. . . .JI
fr whites only. 9-25-tf tle. Calf on W. C. Sherman, Rock MISCELLANEOUS . --r-.IIIII.III.IIIIIIIIII.I.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.II.11'1'1"III IIIII" 'I" '&
Building, opposite San Jua Hotel.

Up to date palnnng, papering, etc., 10-8-tf GARDEN AND FIELD SEED, mil-
is the kind you want. Where to get FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine let, cane and lawn grass seed for Jrn&wftfrfttWe
hammock land in the sale at The City Drug Store, 11 East
it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. ; eight grove; I
Church street "the all
Entrican. 1-20-tf present crop of oranges will be from night drug
750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, store. Phone 632. 11-13-1wkc
ready for setting-10 acres in lake,
T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. one and quarter miles from Apopka. BLASTING, Subsoiling and Dynamiting : Bros' famous
Conscientious work at fair prices. Price, $5,000. Address W. H., Box of all kinds done on short no- have received a car of Foster
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf tice. A full stock of dynamite in
magazine at all times. See L. N.
Lewis, 406 S. East street, Orlando.
cottage, Highland avenue and Porslanlyke Iron Beds
buy, sell, rent, and exchange real Park lake, in Sunshine Park. R. I
estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla., I Bruce Perry, at Water Works. MAKE A SPECIALTY of planting
over 30 years Have handled over 10251m.For orange and grapefruit trees; 98 percent

$20,000,000.10-6-3m Call and F. A.see LEWTER.A. me. Sale-Silver Cluster Grape furnished.. guaranteed Charges to ,live.$6.00 References per acre. There is nothing that will compare with the finish
Address, Box 222, Ocoee, Fla.
Fruit and Valencia late orange buds. 11-10-1moc that Foster Beds and OUR PRICES for these
W. DOWDELL, plasterer, mason Vigorous stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2 are on ,

and. Phone cement 420.worker. 516 W.10 ChurchSt. -25.1m years old.9232m II. C. McDANIEL.FOR LOST AXD FOUND beds are far less than others charge for the same

LOST-Linoleum covered brass tool the finish. We would
bed that has nothing
T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. SALE box cover, yellow, between Peoples style
Conscientious work at fair prices. Nursery stocK, one, two, three and National Bank and Lockhart, Fla., like it in
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf like call and this nothing
four year old buds; Foster Early, last Friday. Will pay for return. you to see ;
Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington Chas. P. Dow, cashier Peoples National -
NOTICE Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahla, Bank. 11-10-tfc the
and have lots Apopka. Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
Get your roses now
of bloom through the winter. Roses Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's city.We

now ready. H.for BROKAW shipment.W. ,. Salesman. For-Sale,. Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf give coupons with all cash sales.

11-3-tf 30 Acres, citrus and vegetable land,
20 fenced, 10 cleared, crop on it now, ON SALE FRIDAY AND SATUR-
ready for planting trees this winter DAYA
WATCH FOR THE LITTLE and crop next spring; near school and
STORES' AD church; half mile of railroad station; new lot of the latest untrimmedhats
Eggs fresh from the country, guar- good neighborhood; four miles from ranging from $3.50 to $5.00,
anteed, 35 cents per doz. court house. Special price if taken' now $2.98 and 3.85.
The Best Baldwin Apples, 38 cents next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando. One new lot of French plumes, Kincaid & Snowden
per peck. 10-25-tf regular $5.00 and $6.00 sellers, nov
Wine Saps, 35 cents per peck. go at $3.85.
Imported Bananas, 20 cents per doz. FOR SALE BY 11. C. McDANIEL MRS. FRANK SOPER,
Florida Bananas, 10 cents per doz. 7 Room stucco cottage, near Eola; The Church Street Milliner.
Chestnuts from the hills, 15 cents located right; built right; will be sold 11-12-3tc Low Priced Furniture House. II
per pound. right. I
r Tomatoes, 8 cents per pound. 21 of Orlando's most desirable Who is your painter and decorator?
Don't complain of hard times and building lots, near Lake Eola; will be If you are satisfied keep the one you Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, FloridaflDON'S
the high cost of living, come over to sold only to people agreeing to build have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, : :
the little store where the prices suit houses in keeping with the location. No. 636. 1-20-tf _ 111111 111111 !! !!H!
your pocket. Quality guaranteed. 10 Acres on north side of Lake i1-r- . .r. 1iiiiii i .. r. iii iii I I I 1 . 1. 1 ..... .11

Votes given with all cash purchases. Ivanhoe, overlooking Orlando; a1!! Eat all you want.
TilE ORLANDO SPECIALTY co. cleared; suited for a home site; good Eat what you want. I
109 West Church Street land. Take a postscript and forget it. CARRIAGE
10-7-tf 18 1-2 Acres land about 17 acres in For sale by all druggists. I DressmakingMrs.
5 year old budded grapefruit and or- lTd&wlyrOSTEOPATHY
anges; 21-2 miles from city limits; AND R. S. Cohoon has
overlooks 4 lakes; nothing better in I
1 Owing to the cool weather, our Florida for the price. resumed her dressmaking -
roses are now ready for transplanting. 10-23-1m DR. L. H. RAMSDELLOPTOMETRIST I and is locatedin
All orders booked for first ship- TRANSFER D DL. D now
ment should. be here by the 10th of FOR RENT DR. J. C .HOWELL BAGGAGE I Room 4, Way building,

November.W. H. BROKAW, Salesman. Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment (Successor to Dr. O. P. Liking) on Orange avenue, where
FOR RENT-Suite of rooms now occupied T. HARRELL Prop.
11-3-tf by Dr. Christ. Long term No extra charge tor bouse treatment ORLANDO FLORIDAWE she cordially invites all

Don't wait for every one In town to tenants 11-13-tfc only desired. Jno. M. Cheney. Telephone connections Piano and Furniture FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES I ladies needing anything

have Entrican, the painter, before Office cor. Orange and Central Are Specialty 1 in the wearing apparel
you try. Am too busy to look you FOR RENT-Housekeeping rooms; Moving a AND DO ALL KINDS OF 1 line to call and see her.
un. Phone 626, and I will be on the alsn 6-room furnished flat CAll Give your ad. a chance to make I
job. 1-20-tf 301 Church street. 11-11.6tc you results. 8 E. -


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1 Five Ford good condition.
10. passenger j.
Hot Water and Steam Heat : Price $350.00. ;;

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10. 1
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Rooms with Bath $1.00 if sold
bargain at once, $350.00.

Nice Meals 50c .10.:. 1, Two Cylinder Reo Truck. Price $J50.


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r';' Livery, Draying and HaulingWE i/

t- it 'tza- ;:" .e Bap-
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:' 'f, Orlandorday.
I. 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
,1 I e.:" 11 Horsepower GUARANTEED Gear Transmission '
: Speed Sliding Automatic !
urchased ;
tr t':1-t i,: .' id which :' Mechanical Oil Pump, Step'Starter and 66 Refinements}=,

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..,;1-: wise imarrived'- 8275.00.Wi'iht .

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-L\ and part :I 9 Orlando, Fla.

l-: He liked I 111 111 11 ='I "IIIIII IIDIIIII'IDIIIIO'Dlalll'IDI

i i.is:. j fter up all.ten !i I Tile E Bola Packiug C COffihlally 11 '11..t".II'.I' & _ _." al.IIIICIIO.IJIOIIIIIIDi'. .. . . i it
in front I IM ..1a ei .ii a if ifltt'I a i D"o M i o.11 I'> i i t .in.11 a11 MIMIICI D. '

h he will
It ther, who
11 set out Ii
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I $- part of I; : Packers and Shippers of Citrus : DWELLINGQUICK

:r:' h he puri po i
I I Fruits and Vegetables. = u
his trees :
,>-... has a fine Ih J I will operate alone under above name and shall ap- : yV. .'t WARMTH AND
;l stands the 1 lw preciate the business of all who have and any who have : I COMFORT ARE ii
been i
> has not in the last three
patronized me years. For informa- "" SUPPLIED
'fcHr- ion of his r
D; has been tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossingof : BY
4..r siness. I Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure l

a: '. of the fin- building, which I am equipping with Mauld's latest ma-
I section of I I.f chinery and can consequently give you same service :

1. lendid crop which has always spoken for itself. :

put a nicer : My efforts will be to sell all possible before resorting :

', around his .: to distribution. :
t at improve-l :
also to the I W. A. DADE, Gen. Manager. ;: GAS HEATERSTHE

: !ned to his 9-18-2 m ORLANDO, FLORIDAMMIMMIIMMililMIIIMiilillHillHillMllliian:

; treatment These marvelous beaten
...: I" 0 seems de- develop heat quickly;
they do not vitiate or
try :et :Miss Sa- dry up the air. '.:,
r :"ift y. She was ,
The CEZKG9 Is the
!r. and is get- Heat
CHASE & CO : Copper Reflector Gas .
t '': 001 at Long- It heats by nature's own i

method t of reflected beat.
From its shining copper plateit

l"-l' r WILSON modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- casts a cheerful glow upon ,
the floor and furniture,
date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the quickly
r ; 's i\ th Wilson in bringing the entire room to an ;
;:. te Three PROPER PACKING even,healthy temperature. ,


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'" 1.-Voters of : which, however, would not accomplish the end desired
,.c .+ Sident Wilson : by the grower, if he did not also have available the ser-
he coal strike vices
7. :$:0

ee Democrats :! ofTHE ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
d :d their Dem- CHASE & CO

-u k esday. I
<, shown by the ;
ites senator.I! which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, experienced -
Colorado citi-[f!J competent and reliable. '. .11..1..11.11..1111..11.1.1111..11111..111.11.lltllll..I.. II.IIII..111
-f lie of the Am- I GIVES THE GROWER

.:r, a .. ican governor I Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST I BEST SELECT OYSTERS 50c. Quart It is necessary to rent your prop-
: to 87, ThcWaldeckcrFishCo erty now, or it is liable to be vacant
.. resent Demo-I all winter. There is a large demandfor

- ?-__. ___ nator, CharlesS. MARKETING AGENTS office at FOR FISH AND OYSTERS good houses, fiats and rooms. Let
Thomas oy"la-vote of 94,834 to Will open an an advertisement in the classified col-
.... ant7t CHASE & CO., 117 S. Orange Ave, over Curtis fitO'Neal's Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP. umns of The Morning Sentinel proveit
Store, about Nor. 20.
11-6-tf M. and W. O. COX to you. Phone, or bring your ad.
ant. :,; Main Office, Jacksonville, Florida 10-23-tf in now for the balance of the week
A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando Fla. Biggest per cent of profit ever is and Sunday.Get .
t and forget it. I: 930d&wililMIMIUMIMIMMIMIIItMIIMIMIIIlJIIMMMM derived from the use of the Sentinel's To be convinced of the producing
lruggists.l-7-d&w-lyr I want ad. columns. power of Sentinel: want ad&-try one. the news in the Sentinel ftrst.


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German Cruisers Leipzig and
II I I II IIIiINII Dresden Arrive at Chilean
Ports and Take on

Valparaiso, Chile, Nov. 13.-The
German cruisers Leipzig and Dresden
steamed into Valparaiso harbor this
morning and at once started takingon
supplies of provisions. The Ger-
man cruisers, which participated in irir s
the naval engagement November 1
For To.day---
1 L"il
off the coast of Chile with an English ii
squadron, were the Scharnhorst I il t r
Tomorrow and every other d.1Y, you'll find
Gneisenu, Leipzig, Dresden and
check account with the State Bank mighty
a Nurnberg. After this engagementthe i
handy in keeping an accurate record of your: Scharnhorst, the Gneisenau and ))0 YOU 'Vi JDEJt5TJ\rJD
the Nurnberg put into Valparaiso,I
money affairs. but stayed only a short time, goingto
Jov/ yon can personally be ben ilU-
Take note-how many business men sea again November 4. No definite -!
you in cash? Very tew-for businessmen news had come to hand regard-i ted by the advantages accruing to.. ;, J
ing the whereabouts of the Leipzigand ''
cannot take chances by carrying money the Dresden since the fight with file cominraiinlty by

about. The safe way is the business-like the British.A .
way-our bank checks. dispatch received two days ago Tito( federal Jtesorvo Act ? :
from Lima said a steamer arrivingat
r Try paying with checks. Taltal, Chile, had reported the
presence of four German warships Call, telephone or write and vvs will
Bank of Orlando steaming northward along the Chilean mail booklet .. t
The State coast.A our ---just out -which

cablegram from Montevideo last explains this act fully anti clearly.
night made reference to the Japanese -
r. cruiser squadron in the Pacific : :
reported to have been off Easter
W Wt island about 2,000 miles west of .
t- o. Chile, some ten days ago, saying this
I, squadron consisted of eight vessels. i'H
, The British battleship Canopus and
e the cruiser Defense were reported a
For Thanksgiving week ago as having passed throughthe
'; Straits of Magellan bound westto ,
I Let us send for you by parcel post a join the battle cruiser New Zea- ;- :: ..., ... '" -S. ....... '
[ land in the Pacific. ;
back home for Thanksgiving. It will .". : .-.. .. : ,. .
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your Sunday dinner go to Mrs.

Wrights Seed StorePhone Cornish's Tea and Rest Room. Itc .. ... ., .
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Off usual Low Prices. Come in now while the stock is unbroken, 'twill pay you.


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Saturday At The Big StoreIn

addition to the regular inducements to be found in our magnificentassortment and complete line of New

Fall Merchandise we offer for Today carefully selected Bargains, from all departments, at most extra-

ordinary prices. Please note that most of these are cut prices on special lots and for Saturday night only.

Special Saturday Night From I to 10 Special Saturday Night t F From 1 to 10 Specials For All Day Saturday


BUNGALOW APRONS, 2nd floor, made of a MEN'S SHIRTS, a large line, small neat de-
good quality of Gingham! and Percales, a signs, coat style, a regular $1.00 quality, 75c FANCY MACKEREL, each ________________ lOc
regular 50c. quality. Limit Two to a cus39c special at ___________________________
VAN CAMP'S MILK, 3 large cans

2nd floor Thompson's True Fit, all bleached terry, a regular 15c. grade at -- lOc

sizes, special at ______________________ 48c VAN CAMP'S MILK, 6 small cans __________ 25cARMOUR'S

BLEACHING, Full Yard Wide, fine soft finish,

a regular 12/c. quality, special 10 yards 79c _______ 21 c
SCARFS AND SQUARES, 2nd floor Art De- for L STAR HAMS per pound
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partm nt. Hemstitched with drawn and 49c
embroidery work, 75 cent qualityBOYS
COFFEE POTS, 3rd floor. a Gray Enamel, reg- FANCY CRANBERRIES, per quart ________ lOc
ular 35c. quality, limit one to a customer
HATS, 2nd floor, Little Men's Department -
large assortment in all the latest DELMONICO COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON, 20c
48C _:
styles, worth 75 cents value 30 cents
ALUMINUM STEW PANS, full quart, a 35c.
quality, extra special 19c KINGHAN'S BREAKFAST BACON, 1 Ib.pkg.
GINGHAMS,. the best TOILE DU NORD for ________________________________ 35c
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