The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00185
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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 15, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
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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I Popular Motor Young to Sanford Orlando Where Couple I,

French, British and Allies Win They Were Married CAPTURED EXPOSITION TO BE GREAT SUCCESS

Every Encounter Against Yesterday
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A surprise was sprung on many

friends of Miss Dorothy Davis and TO HAVE FORMAL OPENING RUSSIANS HAVE LOST "Audacious" at Bottom of the Sea EXTENSIVE COLLECTION -


disaster to British superdreadnought !
became known yesterday they

CUT TO PIECES BY had left this city for Sanford in an UNIQUE FEATURE OF THIS SECTION BIG ENGLISH BATTLESHIP IS LOST Audacious since the ,White which Star have liner persisted Olympic ever, PREMiUM LIST OUT NEXT WEEK

FIERCE ARTILLERY FIRE i( automobile for the purpose of get- diverted from her course, arrived at ., -

BUT STILL FIGHT SAV ting married. The surprise was a October 29
AGELY-DIG NEW : complete one. However, in spite of Nothing Has Been Overlooked After Lapse of Several Weeks firmed Lough Swilly in mail on advices received, are today con- I The Race Track at Fair Grounds

TRENCHESEfforts i the clever trick the many friends of by Company to Make Garden Story Leaks Out of Dis- from a point in Ireland. Has Been Resurfaced at

i j the happy couple extend their hearti- After a career of less than two I
Most Fascinating aster to Big WarshipAudacious Cost of $2,000-Large
I est congratulations. the Audacious of the King
of Invaders to Drive Belgians Place in OrlandoThe Premium List
Mrs. Lartigue is a niece of Mrs.
George V. class, third in tonnage and
From Their Defensive Positionat has been
Henry Bartlett. She visit-
of his
armament majesty's warships,
Nieuport Fails Again- ing them at the Grand hotel, her opening of the roof garden on Berlin, Nov. 14.-The main army lies at the bottom of the ocean off The Subtropical Midwinter exposi-

home being in Atlanta. The happy the fifth floor of the Yowell-Duck- headquarters states tonight that the tion to be held in Orlando February
Seem to Be Losing the north coast of Ireland. She was
bridegroom is a popular and well worth company's department store fighting in west Flanders continuesbut hit disabled 9-13 promises to be the best one ever
Advantage by a torpedo or by a
i I known local insurance man who has I building will occur some day this that the attacks of the past few mine just before 9 o'clock on the staged here. Many features will

always lived in Orlando with the exception week. The exact date of the openinghas days have been impaired by rains of October 27. With the make it an attractive exposition, one
London, Nov. 14.-The official press I of several years passed at not been decided upon but the and stormy weather, which caused of that will impress visitors with the
possible exception one or two men
bureau announced tonight at the request Gainesville. announcement will be published in slow progress. immense productiveness of this sec-
the whole crew of 800 officers and
of Lord Kitchener that Lord The Sentinel in plenty of time to South of Ypres, 700 French prisoners tion of Florida and one that will meet
men were rescued by small boats
Roberts had died tonight in France. inform the public. with the approval and of the
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY have been taken. West of Lille, from the Olympic.The support
Pneumonia was the cause of his The roof has been in four counties it.
garden backing
ELECTS pro- the {IBritish attacks have been re- rescue was made in a roughsea
death. cess of construction for months The officers of the exposition H. II.
many pulsed, and at Berry au Bac the allies through brilliant and daring sea- ,
A meeting of the directors of the and is now completed. It is an I I have been compelled to evacuate sev- manship on the part of the White jDickson, Seth Woodruff, and W. R.

German Attacks Futile I Southern Express company was held unique feature of the city and fromit eral commanding positions. The Star crew. I O'Neal, have devoted a considerable

Paris, Nov. 14.-The French and in Savannah, Ga., yesterday and the a view of Orlando may be ob- fighting around Argonne continues, The battleship's cry for assistancewas I share of their time to visiting the

allies present officers re-elected. They are: tained unsurpassed by other I counties of Volusia, Seminole Osce-
British and Belgian won today any where the Germans claim to be mak- caught by the wireless operatorof ( ,

every encounter from Lille to the f President-T. W. Leary, New York. vantage point in the city. ing progress.At the Olympic, which was only about i| ola, and Orange, and have enlistedI

The German attacks J First Vice-President-C. L Loop, the of all citizens. These
North sea. Cool breezes floating from over the Soldau, in the eastern theatreof ten miles distant. The steamer i I support
were met strongly and the invaderswere : Chattanooga. City Beautiful will make of the roof counties will lend their efforts and
war, no decisive result has been rushed forward at full speed while
driven back at every point by I I Second VicePresidentC.1.. Wil- garden one of the most pleasurable money to the movement and the
reached.: In the district west of Lac- her crew made ready for their work.
allies' attacks. The Germans > Hams, New York. greatest expositon held in this
the ever
places in this city. From the garden
lawec the Russian army corps has Volunteers were called for and dou-
have dug fresh trenches, brought up General 1\Ianager-J. B. Hockaday, smoking chimneys from busy facto- been repulsed and 15,000 prisonersand ble the necessary number to man the part of Florida will undoubtedly re-

heavy reinforcements, mounted addi- Atlanta. ries indicate the commercial activityof I suIt.
twelve machine guns have been lifeboats responded. The crippled
tional batteries, and have placed General Superintendent F. Mc- Orlando; bustling motorists, busy captured. battleship was reported a few min- I The four counties above named

heavy rapid fire guns for the defenseof Farland, Chattanooga.The pedestrians, the noises of general utes after 9 o'clock and before noon have entered enthusiastically into
and the allies directors are: Morton F. Plant, making extensive collection of
Dixmude, are mass- business on the streets is evidence of an ex
all but 100 of her men had been
ing strong bodies of troops to the left T. W. Leary, T. L. Sherrer, G. II. the prosperity of Orlando. An inspir- Rusians Make Progress trpnsfererd. hibits. A larger display from the

bank of the Yser opposite the town Tilly, C. L. Loop and C. M. Williams. ing view of the surrounding country, Lr; :cn, Nov. 14.-Tr-- change four counties will be made this year

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for a final assault, which promisesto shimmerng lakes, beautiful \ : .i compar : tPetrogiJ than ever before, although many favorable -

be most bitterly fought in this section ARE WESTERN CHAMPIONSBy tion; ali lend a fascination to 1'-1 the following official mcs fT'S-HAVE ASays BIG DAY" comments have t been heardon
"In eastern Prussia the Rus-
of the fighting line. the oi/.y roof garden within a sage: the success of previous fairs.

Two violent attacks were directed i of many miles. sians continue to advance near Sol- There will be several features added

by the Kaiser's troops against the allies' -! Beating Chicago Yesterday It will be in charge of J. D. Barnes. dau. Five German howitzers were ; James L. Giles, Presidentof to this year's program to which: much

positions in the course of theday's Illinois Is Entitled to the I All kinds of soft drinks will be captured yesterday.!,! The Russians Orlando Country Club, I local interest will Le attached.
the northeastof compelled the Germans to retire at Carl Kuhl Orlando
fighting, one an boy, born
Western Championship served from the elegant soda foun- in Communication to
Zonnebeke, and the other to the Rypier. Several outpost fights oc- and raised in this city, will give sev-
tain just installed, which will be in MembersThe
south of Ypres. Both attacks were Flag of Un- curred between the Vistula and the eral aviation flights. He has had
charge a competent
repulsed by the allies. In the latter Champaign Ill. Nov. 14. beat- manager. Warthe, in the direction of Cracow considerable experience in aerial
der the
-By pergola twenty-four tables I opening of the Orlando Coun-
the Germans suffered : The Russian troops are crossing the meets in the last few
encounter ing the University of Chicago today with four chairs to each table will be 'Shrenaiwa. try Club Wednesday, November 18th, years and will
In Galicia the Russiansof
heavy loses, being cut to pieces by by the overwhelming score of 21 to placed. These are of handsome mis- will be attended by features thrill the crowds.

the heavy machine gun fire from the 7, the University of Illinois cinchedthe sion design. In the uncovered many The entire Johnny Jones shows
spacein the and : making it a notable affair. The big
light ventilation court in
French trenches.All championship of the western col- the center chairs will be to I will winter in Orlando this )'ear. A
placed feature of the day will be the golf
the will ]
also be
center dressed in
invaders drive force of
the to large will
efforts by leges. A great celebration was accommodate 400 persons who may tourr.ament between teams represent- men repair the
flowers and
the Belgians from their defensive po- in this the Illinois plants. fronts and the general equipment so
staged city by joyous witness the moving picture show. The dimensions iii the Orlando and Tampa clubs.
of the
sition at the bridge head at Uieuport garden are that the opening at the expositionwill
students who have
not won over The stage from which the views will The following communication is
90 by 90 feet. No expense or labor be
failed again today.In Chicago for be shown is the east side of the new.
many years. on has addressed to members of the Country
the canal of La- been spared by the Yowell-Duck- The clubs
the region of Other football results canning of the four coun-
are: garden. worth Club, signed by Jas. L. Giles, presi-
Bassee, and the town of Arras a vig- 'rinceton-Yale 19, Princeton 14. company to make the gardenthe ties have arranged to have special
Light lunches will be served dent of the club:
orous attempt to break through the Cambridge Harvard 0, Brown 0. most attractive place in this sec- days. Special exhibits and features

allies' front was made by the Ger- Philadelphia-Dartmouth 41, Penn- throughout the day, and until 10 tion of Florida. On the opening day, "As you know, next Wednesday, I will be made by them and will draw
sylvania 0. o'clock at night. The kitchen will be and continuing daily, an orchestrawill the 18th, is the beginnig of another :
mans today, but here as well as at a big crowd.
West Point-Army 28, Maine 0. under the direction of Charles Hay- furnish delightful music in the season for our club. The Tampa Golf
Lihons the attackers were repulsedand Annapolis-Navy 31, Colby 21. During the expositoin there will be
wood. The moving pictures will be club is sending for that day about
evenings. A special admission fee of
the French and British continuedto I Swarthmore-Virginia 47, Swarth- several meetings of national and
maintain their defensive positions, 'more 0.South. high class, the moving picture ma- 5 and 10 cents is to be charged after twenty-five golfers to be matched state poultry asosciations.

Bethlehem-Selbigh 10, Bar- chine being a Simplex of the 1915 6:30 in the evening, which will per- with an equal number of our playersand Prominent lecturers
even recording slight progress at sev- from all partsof
ton College 0. design, the most improved pattern mit the visitors we should do everything in our
eral points. At Four de Paris and Worcester; and J. 59, W. Va. to witness the en- the country and state will deliver
obtainable. tertainment, the moving show power to make it a gala day for our
at St. Hubert, in the region of the Wesleyan 6.CollegevilleUrsinus picture addresses.The .
attacked theKaiser's 6, Franklinand Electric lights will illuminate the and hear the music. Special featureswill visitors and our club.
they again
premium list which will be
Marshall 6. garden in the evenings. Hundreds of mark the opening day. "The golf match will start about
troops in a vain effor to Ann Arbor-Michigan 13, Cornell given at the expositon is in readinessto
re-I nine o'clock and last all Lunch
them are clustered under the per- Hundreds of people have to
these The 28.
capture positions. send
out the first of the week, said
ing in this district is becoming daily Evanston-Purdue 34, Northwestern gola. Green predominates in the coloring the roof garden during its construc- will be served for the players at one Mr. W. R. O'Neal yesterday, who is

violent.DEATH 6. scheme of the garden. Flowers tion, and all are awaiting with inter- o'clock.
more Minneapolis-Minnesota 14, Wis- "Our friends and the public secretary and treasurer of the expo-
and plants will ornament the est the announcement of the open- gen-
conson 3.JacksonvilleMercer. sition. There will be about 3,500
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I I 44, Stetson 0. edges of the garden, while the sides ing. erally are cordially invited from pre-
Chattanooga Tennessee 14 Se- three to six. The governors and miums given, representing cash pre-
OF O MRS. BYRD miums of
wannee 7.BirminghamAuburn. their wives are to receive in the af $3,000.

I I 6, Vander- Uncle Sam Says Post Office ternoon. Mr. O'Neal is one of the men re-
bilt 0.
"We hope the full membership of sponsible for the exposition and has
Friends Grieved to Hearof Richmond-Clemson 27 Virginia
Many I I Military Institute 23.AtlantaGeorgia Will Be In Arcade Five Years the club will turn out for the dancein devoted much time and labor in plan-
Demise of Well Known
I ,. Tech 7, Georgia the evening, as it is for members nig for its success which is assured.

Orlando NurseFuneral j 0. only. The people who are in this section to
I Raleigh-North Carolina 12, Wake -
TodayThe I Forest 7. J. B. Magruder, Jr., who has the Florida, has the lock boxes out on "The following committee, Messrs.S. spend the winter will be privilegedto

I I New Orleans-Haskell Indians 3, the street front and it has been foundto Y. Way, T. P. Warlow, C. B. Rob- attend one of the best expositionsever
of the Ar-
management Magruder
many friends of Mrs. T. J.I I' Louisiana 0. be ideal The inson, H. Carl Dann, L. S. Dolive, held, and they will gain an idea
Jackson-Mississippi Aggies 62, cade, has received a letter from the an arrangement. arrangement F. D. Guernsey and N. P. Yowell, is of the progressiveness of Orlando,
Byrd will be grieved to hear of her Tulane 0.CharlestonFlorida. of the Orlando office in
death, which occurred yesterday I I 7, Citadel 0. postoffice department notifying him the arcade would be still better, as it appointed to meet our visitors at the Orange county and the other three

morning at 2 o'clock at her home on I I NEW FLORIDA POSTMASTERS of the acceptance of the proposal he is always cool in the summer and train and see that all courtesies are counties participating in the event.

the corner of Lime and Garland I I made to lease the room formerly oc- protected from storms and rains both extended. $2,000 Spent on Race Track

streets. Mrs. Byrd was well and I, Announcement was made yesterday cupied by the Peoples National bankon winter and summer and plenty of "Let's have a 'Big Day.' The race track at the fair grounds :

favorably known as a nurse at the j I I at Washington of new postmasters Pine street, to the government for room for the largest crowds. "JAS. L. GILES, President. has been resurfaced and completed ata

McEwan: Sanatarium, where she ]: named by the president for I la postoffice. The new room and equipment will cost of $2,000 and is regarded as

underwent a serious operation of j I Florida. They are: j Mr. Magruder will proceed imme- enable the postmaster and his assist- ALLEN & COMPANY MAKE IMPROVEMENTS the best race course in the South.

the head for a frontal sinia. She I I''I Crystal Beach, Pinellas county- ,I diately to get the room in shape and I II ants to handle the large winter mail David Lockhart, superintendent of

has never been entirely well since the : Harriet P. Byrnes. will procure the necessary additional with much more expedition and com- the racing department, will leave the

operation was performed. Her death j! Detroit, Dade county-Dwight G. ,I fixtures to equip the office for the fort for both themselves and the public i Allen & Company, jewelers, have first of this week for Gainesville,

yesterday morning came as a great Caryer.I I largely increased business of the Orlando than has been possible in the pres- I just finished putting in a new metal where he will secure a string of i

shock to her many friends and rela- |!I O'Brien, Suwannee countYFrancis '" postoffice that has alreadycome I ent location. ceiling in their rooms on Orange ave- horses for the midwinter meet which .

tives. I G. Hall. and other decoration the Fair association will hold, -
: and that will continue to grow. The letter which was received by nue. Papering preceding

She is survived by a husband, a j Crystal Beach is a new office, and I It has been suggested that the lock Mr. Magruder was written by DanielC. have been added to the room, makingit the holidays. The exact date

daughter: a mother, Mrs. Todd, and Miss Byrnes is its first postmaster.J. I I box section of the office be set into Roper, first assistant postmaster one of the handsomest in Orlando. I of the meet has not been fully decided

a sister, Mrs. Poillette of Orlando. L. Well resigned as postmaster ,I the west wall of the room facing the general, and dispatched to him under i upon, but it is expected that it will

She has a brother in Ohio and a sis- I| of O'Brien, and Mr. Hall succeeds (I arcade. This would largely increase date of November 11. The lease on TIlE WEATHER Le held December 15-18.

ter in Tennessee, who were notified : him.The I I the amount of room inside the office the Arcade rooms will be for five The management of the -fair is!

of her untimely' death. The funeral j senate was good to Florida and would entirely obviate the usual years, beginning with December 1. Florida: Showers Sunday. Monday making plans for the midwinter weekin

will be held this afternoon at two during the recent session of congestion in the the that
congress. public lobby, as Mr. Magruder said last night that an fair.Pianos hopes the number of

o'clock: from the home, 200 Lime Not a single Florida nomination, only the general delivery patrons inspector from Washington would be trainers who will bring their stablesto

street. Dr. J. E. Wray, pastor of which the president sent to the sen- would need to go inside the main on the ground today or tomorrow to for sale or rent. Latest Orlando will run them throughthe

the Methodist church: will officiate. ate, was rejected or failed of con- room. go over the situation in detail and music at popular prices.: Magazinesand winter, also participating in the

Burial will be in the city cemetery. firmation. The postoffice at St. Petersburg, make any suggestions necessary. daily papers. Curtis & O'NeaL subtropical midwinter exposition.

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greatest, the loftiest religious teacher Winter Garden ICorrespondence! nilMIMIillMMIMMMMMMMMMMMHHMMIMM
FROM DR. WRAY'S PEN the supreme ,spiritual Shake- i' BERMUDA TO FLORIDA

speare, but, after all, only a mere
man. According to the other opin- : LET ME BEAUTIFY YOUR GROUNDS
SERMON APPEARS IN RECENT Tourists Formerly Going to the
ion-the creed of the Church of God WHETHER A COUNTRY ESTATEOR
ISSUE OF CHRISTIAN for two thousand :years,-He is the Winter Garden, Fla., Nov. 13. H. Atlantic Island Now Are
WORLD PULPIT OF Messiah of the ancient Hebrew Scrip- i J. Wiley, of Yalaka, passed throughour Coming to Fair A SMALL CITY LOT

LONDONThe tures, the desire of all nations, the town Thursday.H. FloridaMr. -
consummator of universal 'history, B. Leake, of Orlando, was talk- I *

following passage is from a i the light of the world, the secret of ing insurance to our citizens this James Caulder, Jr., has returned BLUE PRINTS AND DETAILED PLANTING IN-

sermon by Dr. J. E. Wray, pastor of destiny, the only begotten Son of the past week.The to Orlando for the winter. He STRUCTIONS AT REASONABLE PRICES
- the Orlando Methodist church, which Eternal God, Lord over all, blessed Ladies' Aid Society of the was here last season and sold for
was published in the Christian World forevermore." Methodist church met at the homeof Caruthers & Gore a solid car load of -
Pulpit of London, England: Mrs. J. W. Connell Thursday af jams and jellies. The car was shippedlast
"No man can say that Jesus Christis WAR CUTS IMMIGRATION ternoon. Monday from the Mont Clair Werner F. NehrlingLANDSCAPE
Lord but by the Holy Ghost." W. M. Mills, of Ocala, visited his Kitchens in New Jersey and is expected -
"Whom do men say that I, the Son of Comparatively Few Aliens Are En- sister, Mrs. T. F. Mann, this week. here next week. Mr. Caulder ARCHITECTAND
Man, am?" He inquired of His apos- tering the United States Mrs. Sarah Harris of Clarcona, has been on a tour of the Atlantic
tles, and Simon Peter replied: "Some was shopping in town Friday. ; and stopped at Bermuda Island. He --
Jere- Washington, Nov. 11.-War's con- The Southern Growers CONSULTING HORTICULTURISTIf
say Thou art Elias, some say company says business on the island is pros-
mias." So they thought he was Eli- tinued effect on American immigration shipped their first car of fruit Thurs- trated on account of the war and that
Israel fierce -a decrease of more than 200 you contemplate planting a citrus groveit
jah, the John Knox of day.M. the tourists formerly going there for
hilarity of sarcasm, heart and tongueof per cent in the last three monthswas Merritt, of West Apopka, was the winter will probably come to will pay you to get my advice.

fire, every word weighed fifty shown today in an analysis by seen on our streets Thursday.W. Florida this season. Local Agent for BUCKEYE NURSERIES -
pounds, made crowned heads cower the department of labor. Aliens arriving M. and J. M. Sullivan caught
and crouch down, the caller of light- at Atlantic seaports of the twenty-six bass with hook and line JAPS TOOK 5,000 PRISONERS Tampa, Fla.
ning out of the ''black' abyss. So United States and Canada from Au- out of Lake Apopka one day last
Jesus was the Savonarola, the Martin gust 1 to November 7 numbered week, which weighed 28 pounds.R. New York, Nov. 13.-The East and
Luther, the John Knox, of His day. 97,458, compared with 421,584 for the C. Telford, of Jacksonville, was West News bureau made public today PHONE 570 niottfMJItiiilllilltllllMIMIIIIMIIIIMtllllllMIIII
"And some say Jeremias"-the ten- same period last year. The numberof shaking hands with all his. old friends the following dispatch from To-
derest heart that ever bled and broke arrivals at those ports on Novem- here Friday. kio: i.
for men, passionate tears, whispering ber 7 was 740, compared with 3,270on A. B. Newton visited the county "The formal meeting of the com- 1 *

humbleness the Thomas a Kempis, the same day last year. I seat Saturday. mander in chief of the Japanese
the St. Francis of Assisi, the Fletcher The total number of immigrants I M. K. Shelton, of Lynchburg, Va., i army, Lieutenant General Kamio, and
of Madelay, of his day. What a arriving at all ports from August 1 was soliciting business for the shoe 'Captain :Meyer: Waldeck former Ger-
tribute to the magnificent, complex, to November 7, 1914, was 135,474, firm of Geo. D. Witt company Tues man governor of Tsingtau, occurredon
all-inclusive personality of the Man compared with 459,401 for the corre- day.V. November 10th at the Moltke bar-
of Galilee-"All things to all men!" sponding period of 1913. S. Sharpe was in town Tuesdayin racks.

And yet lie was grieved and asked: the interest of the firm of Per- "Captain Waldeck will go on boarda
"Whom do ye say that I am?" And TELEPHONE MANAGER TO kins, Sharpe & Co., Tampa.J. transport bound for Japan on the ;
Simon Peter cried: "Thou art the KENTUCKY H. Lancaster, of Bartow, was 14th. The total number of
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dean will leave
Christ, the Son of the living God!" on a tour of inspection in our burg I taken is 5,000. The ceremony of the r
Out of the apostle's supernatural experience today for their old home at Rich- this week. the into the IN PROFITS
entry by Japanese troops BUYERS TO SHARE
for the mond, Ky., for a month's visit. I
that cry came, secretof I city of Tsingtau is expected to take PRICES ON FORD CARS
Messrs. Harvey Chenault and I. B. LOWER
Lord is with them that .
CHARLESTON, S. C., AND BIR- place on the 16th.
fear Him. One of the wonders of Herrington, of Richmond, who have 1 1914 to August
I I MirsGIIAM, ALA., ARE MADE Effective from August ,
this Book to me is not merely what bten in Orlando for several days on RESERVE CITIES I L. & N. RAILROAD OFFICIAL 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc-
business, will not return to the Blue
Christ said Himself, though "Never j i DEAD tion during that time:
"The'' Grass State until the first of next
like this Man
man spake ; Washington, Nov. 13.-The federal
words that He unto them I week. In Mr. Dean's absence the Car $555.00
spake were -
reserve board tonight announced the James Geddes, Who Surveyed the Touring
spirit and life;" "Heaven and earth I telephone company will be in chargeof designation of Charleston, S. C., and I:I Original Main Line of L. &. N., Runabout 505.00F.

may pass away, but not His words"but R. R. Reynolds. Birmingham, Ala., as reserve cities Dead at Age of 87 All fully equipped.
I O. B. Orlando. can
what He caused His disciplesto
and at the same time declared no
say about Him. ,I more reserve cities under 100,000 Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 13.-James Farther we will be able t. obtain the minimum max!cmm COlt efficiency in our: I!
"And from that hour of Simon Pe I In our factor production and the
population would be named. Geddes, assistant general' manager of purchase and .ales department if we each an output .f
ter's confession to this, there have I ANNOUNCEMENT ) Under the federal reserve act a the Louisville & Nashville railroad, 300.000 cars: between the abo.e datea ..
never been but two opinions concern specified portion of the reserves of and the surveyor of the original main And rtionld we reach this production t. .,. r we car.cne COft t..r*.*....,
hare from 910
ing Jesus Christ. I know there seem MR. FRITZ HAUER has opened a member banks may be held in reserve line, died here today at the age of the August buyera 1.1915) t. every retail bayer wbo purchases. 1915.a new
to be many-"Elijah, Jeremias, John in central reserve cities for a 87 years. Ford ear between August J, 1911 and Ann.t 1
and profit-
the Baptist, or one of the prophets"man Violin StudioROOM period of three years. A large num- For further particular regarding three low pnee.
madman, But all these sharing plan, aee
ber of applications were received. Some call the warring rulers "his-
varying conceptions of Paganism,i 8 ROCK BLDG. Those of Tulsa, Okla., and Joplin, tory builders," but others think F. G. RUSH,
Judaism, Arianismm, Socialism, Uni-
Mo., were rejected. wreckers a more fitting name for 226
tarianism, Positivism, Agnosticism, About fifty reserve cities scatteredall them. Phone
Naturalism, Modernism, may be reduced For particulars call at,the address. over the country already had been

to two. According to one, Jesus Hours, 9:00 to 12:00 a.m. designated under the national bank You can help the Sentinel most by
is a mere man, the best and act.
patronizing Sentinel advertisers.

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

: 5 paying business propositions. We invite all Investors and Home-Seekers to call on us regarding the proposition : :

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

_ 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 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 tcday 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. Aroundthis

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.


Surplus Incorporated, $25,000.00 25,000.00 paid up A rt EI.r1dc: 'J'lo: I--tO da Total $50,000.00 Responsibility::

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SiUnced For the Time the "Great

MEN HAVE PLANTO Objector" Holman. J. C. Nicoll and Daughter, of
Croeery, Pine St.SPECIALS There are many stories of the caustic Oqunquit, Maine, to Spend
wit of Thomas B. Reed the famous
the Winter in Winter
speaker of the house of representatives.
ADVERTISE IILORIDATO One> of his most amusing thrusts was ParkJ. TOMORROW
EQUIP CAR WITH delivered at William S. Holman. a
MOVING PICTURES member of congress from Indiana. It C. Nicoll and daughter Miss

was perhaps the keenest witticism ever Emily R. Nicoll, of Oqunquit Me.,
uttered in delate on the floor of the have arrived for the winter and will I The Last appearance of -
Each City May Be Representedin bouse.

17 Ibs. Sugar _____________ _.$1.00 the Scheme if It Is Holman was a constant objector to occupy their pretty home in Winter
Park. The Nicolls motored from
Carload of Hams arrive today must Successfully Carried be expenditure of money by congress STOUT LIILARD
Through and bad honestly earned the title of their summer horn ein Maine to New
be sold Saturday per lb. ___20c. "Watchdog of the Treasury." One day, York and from there shipped their

Fox River Butter, per Ib.______--C. Following a meeting of the executive when the committee was perfunctorily car to Jacksonville. From Jackson- -ANDfRANCIS-

________ putting through a number of bills for nlle :
Irish Potatoes, per peck 25c. committee of the JacksonvilleReal they came directly to Orlando.
the erection of government buildings in
Ten pound can Snowdrift ______90c. Estate Exchange held in that various cities. Holman was constantlyon Irs. C. H. Cushman accompanied :

Four pound can Snowdrift _____45c. city a plan to advertise Florida was his feet, objecting: to their consider- them here. Mr. Nicoll is a well I I W ASUINGTON
proposed.The ation. But when Indiana was reached known marine artist and a member
Four hand packed
cans featured and the committee began to propose ap- of the National Academy. lie has
toes ______________________23c. splendid session talk on was Organization by made a propriations for buildings in the townsof many friends in this community who In a New Series of Modern Dances.

24 lb. Pillsbury Flour _________90c. that state Holman's objections came welcome his return. !I I
by H. S. Kealhofer traffic managerof with much less spirit and finally
__________ .
12 lb. Pillsbury Flour 45c. the Jacksonville board of trade ceased altogether. When at length abill

2 cans No. 3 Clark Tomatoes and the reading of the proposition of was offered that carried a generous .

hand packed ______________25c. C. B. Johns relative to the advertising appropriation for a building in Holman's SUBJECT TO STAMP TAX ,
own town. be rose and expressed
6 Octagon Soap _______________25c. of the state of Florida throughhe hearty approval. Hardly had he taken _

Kinghan Box Bacon ____________35c. medium of four special exhibit his seat when Mr. Reed was on his Ml Building and Loan Associa-
cars. feet "Mr. Speaker!' be shouted and
Apples per peck _____________ rlOc ; tions Will Be Affected by .
The plan is to equip one of the new then in gently sentimental tones he recited j
Don't forget Baxter's Corn, 2 for 25c. cars as a moving picture theater, Byron's familiar lines: New Ruling by Treasury (
'TIs to bear the honest
showing pictures from the develop sweet bark watchdog's Department w J

ments now being carried on in the Bay deep mouthed welcome as we draw \ .

Florida's' Orange state. One large picture of the orange near home! Washington, Nov. 14.-All trans-I' ,:
Biggest And the "great objector" forgot to
culture, one of the Everglade actions of building and loan associations -
object any more that dayYouth'sCompanion. !
development and, several others pertaining will be subject to a stamp tax Jt :

to developments in the northern under the war revenue law, according -

Grove BargainTwenty part of Florida. In addition to THEY PLAYED MARBLES.One to an opinion handed down by !

these each city could have a picture Solicitor Johnson, of the treasury.It .

made covering points of interest inits Street Game In Which Lincoln is said more than 6,400 associations -

; own community.The Took a Hand. having nearly 3,000,000 members .
other new car would be for An elderly gentleman now residing in and handling annually about

acre Grove on beauti- displaing oranges and grapefruit and Washington tells this story about $1,750,000,000 will be affected.
I Abraham Lincoln
ful lake, 2Y miles from Post possibly other fruits in season. The : Unless the solicitor's ruling is protested r crEk
"I was about ten years of age and w
advance agent would enter into an and reversed by a higher authority 1
Office Orlando hard roads the of
near given violently to game mar- f
schools and churches. 1300 arrangement with grocers or green bles. One cold March day my companIons collections from the revenue
goods men to unite with the management and I were playing on the sidewalk bill may be increased by this tax to
Grapefruit and Orange Trees, of the car and visitors could before my father's shop when 1.. several million dollars in excess of

one-half in full bearing, balance procure fruit by the box at a nominal slipped on a piece of ice and fell cutting the estimates made by congress. The
my chin. The other boys seized as
will bear next year. Present price and the local dealer receive many of my marbles as they could and opinion differs from that of commis-

crop on Grove estimated at credit with the sale, provided he made off. Wild with anger. I started sioner of internal revenue and an Ek:

3000 boxes. About 7000 Nur- agreed to handle that brand of fruit after them calling them names and assistant attorney general who inter- :'L I
for at least a year. threatening to annihilate them and so preted the revenue tax law of 1898. ,
sery Trees ready to bud now. on. Suddenly a hand on my collar
Visitors to the car will be inter- The language in both cases is held
stopped me. and a deep voice said:
Good 7-room house and out- view briefly by attendants and besides *. by loan association officers to be
"We've got enough ill feeling goingon .
buildings. If sold in ten days securing their names and addresses in this country these days without dentical. No opinion has been askedin aA _

owner will sacrifice for $12000.We they will in many cases ascertain you boys catching itr: the present instance from the department !I 4i

are exclusive agents for this if the party owns propertyand "A big man swung me around and of justice.

property. if he is interested in any part wiped: my wounded cbin and tben wenton The language of the act follows: I i x

of Florida. At the close of each day "That stocks and bonds issued by ,
'I saw what they did. son. Have
Atha these addresses will be compiled and you any agates left? Good! I'll put up co-operative building and loan asos-
Cooper catalogued and each week a journalwill three chiny alleys and we'll see who'll ciations, or companies that make .c aa

be printed, giving the list secured win.* loans only to their shareholders shall

114 South Orange Ave. Ground Floor for the week past. The advertising "He drew from his pocket three mar be exempt from the tax herein provided -

Phone No. 311 company will guarantee one bles." ."
'I got them from my boy Tad he
hundred addresses a day (not includ- explained and then 1 knew who be Solicitor Johnson held that under

ing Sunday). was. this provision loan associations haveno 1

The journal will Icontain names, "There on tbe street I played marbles exemption except for their own 1
Wood Wood WoodExcellent addresses and financial standing of with the president for five minutes. stocks and bonds. 1 1j j
and be let win. Hera the
me are mar-
all real estate firms doing businessin The ruling applies also to "mutual ;
bles a precious possession! Ex "Broncho
Core Pine Wood Sup the towns visited and where sucha change. ditch or irrigating companies" if included Hilly'sVild the Eighth of 'OCTAVIUS

man becomes a subscriber he will in the proviso of the act. It "
plied in any quantity secure a copy of a list containing all Fed the Brute. is not known here how it will affect Ride, AMATIt'R\ !' fTEC1I'EAn ." y

our Southern subscribers thus Sir Charles Tupper in his book, such companies whether
giving or they will
"Recollections of Sixty Years," recalls Essanay one reeMrsma "The Adventure oi thePickpocket.
him a chance to put through deals protest against it.
an experience of his daughter in Can- featuring the famous Mr. G.
STRANDS OR MORE with a reliable real estate companyin ada during the Riel rebellion in the M. Anderson. t"
any city or town in Florida with- northwest. She was in the region of COOKING OF QUAIL ;

out the expense of going down to in- trouble and on a day when she hap- A GEORGE KLEINE SPECIAL FEATURE 1 1

ELDREDGE BARLOW vestigate.The pened to be alone in her home "1n Now that the hunting season is so
walked a strapping Indian all war
advertising company will reserve near we will give several recipes for '
paint and feathers. She thought tbe
Telephone 375 the right to investigate and
best thing she could do was to feed cooking quail that the housewives
accept only such companies or per- him. She cooked everything in the may be prepared before the 20th.
South Street, near A. C. L. sons as it may be convinced are re- house-potatoes, meat and bread. Roast Quail with Roselle Jelly.- A Beautiful love story complete in two parts.

Tracks liable. When all was consumed-and these After cleaning the quail let it lay in

9-1-1m Indians will eat at a meal enough to boiling water five minutes. Spread Hear "THAT
lost for three weeks-he had grown to ORCHESTRA"s
One commander we're all strong with olive oil and let it roast 20 minutes -
a very large size. As he could not
Real Estate for-General Neutrality. speak a word of English or French he basting several times with olive
Bought evinced his gratitude by patting his oil and hot water. Serve on a slice Our music alone is worth twice the price of admission

George Ade once said, "Early to protuberant stomach with a guttural of lightly buttered toast. Place a

and Sold. bed and early to rise and-you miss "lla. ha. ha." and left. spoonful of Roselle jelly on the breast TuesdayPERILS OF PAULINE."

--- some of our very best people." In and garnish with parsley.

City Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash other words there are some live ones Plague of the Black Death. NO ADVANCE IN PRICES.
I That terrible! plague the black death.
and $1.00 per week buys a Lot in every city who think they can stay originating somewhere in the east. Don't: forget the Sentinel want ads.
up all night and run the course o f
RENTS COLLECTED. passed by way of Armenia into Asia
government.No and thence to Egypt; and north Africa. !
Notary Work Promptly and Neatly Reaching Sicily in 134U.; it spread over I.
city license to do business will Italy. France and nearly all of tbe
countries of Europe including the
be granted to any man who has no
N.P.HATCHERORLANDO British isles. Tbe mortality was ap-
place of business and plumber will 1
no about
palling. some 25,000000 of people dying not worry your
,FLORIDA be allowed to do work unless he has a from the dread epidemic. The nature -

shop or is employed by somebody else of tbe great pestilence has been a
Office at Pinehurst
ParkP. who has a shop. The city commis- matter of much controversy but it Is

O. Box 281 sioners have decided to do this and in generally conceded that it was closely
PHONE 403; 10-8-1m related to what is known today as the
the new license ordinance to be passed
bubonic plague,"-New York American. !
this afternoon will provide a way to and Sewering
If there's a Joe Cannon boom it Plumbing
keep out itinerant tradesmen and pro-
will not originate at Sagamore Hill.I. .
tect the local merchants and dealers.St. City of the Dead.

Petersburg Independent. Close by Canton China is tbe bit
called Queen of Heaven mountain on
the lower slopes of which is the famous -

ilie Street.t. $$3,000,0011 RELIEF years wait in City before their of the coffins the priests Dead.sometimes are Their able several bodies to determine WeVilldo: ; it for you and you pay when you j

an auspicious day for interment -
Wealthy Belgians Give Large get ready.
Amount for the Relief of

JEWELEREXPERT Their Suffering Bluffed and Won. I IF.

W.TCIIIAKER CountrymenLondon "What is the meaning of this?"
My dear." be murmured. "I got to
Nov. 14.-The American thinking about women being denied the

I make a specialty of Fine commission for Belgian relief, in Holland right of suffrage, and I took a few
Watch, Clock and Jewelery Repairing today received a check for $3- drinks." = F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUMBING and i i

; Diamond Setting, Ring 000,000 from prominent Belgians.In And be got away with It that time.-
and Spectacle Repairing. Louisville CourierJournal.Satin .
a statement expressing their

Bring me repairs others have thanks the commission said all this

them failed satisfactorily to do, and I or will no charge.repair amount would be needed for trans- Little Lura-Mamma Ashes., what kind of Cor. Graves and Irvin Streets I

My prices are reasonable. porting foodstuffs for the next three ashes is satin ashes? Mamma-I never
months into Belgium. heard of them. dear. Little Lura-Well.

"This substantial contribution" In my Sunday school lesson it says
And the king of Nineveh covered him ORLANDO I
CHAS. said the statement "is the most
VATER con- '
self with sackcloth and sat in ashes!-
vincing evidence that the Belgians Chicago News.

JEWELEREast are endeavoring to aid themselves to I

the fullest extent. The commissionsays For Himself Yes. aswma.-, IJ
Pine Street at Young's further that this contributionalso Tramp-One moment boss; can you

Repair Shop evidences the urgency of the spare de price of a meal Accosted J
Party-Certainly! I'm on my way to
ll-4-d&w-lm plea for aid. About
$1,000,000 monthly
get it now. Boston Transcript.
is needed for transportation alone. -

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THE DAILY cious refreshments were served.D. ,
II A. R. Card
South Florida SentinelMORNING @rlaubn n irtJ The D. A. R. card party, at the

AND WEEKLYW. home of Mrs. C. P. Dow for the Red

M. GLENN ow...................EdiUr Cross benefit to the Belgians, wasa
......Basmeu Edited Miss Eliza -
W. C. ESSINGTON Manager By Wright I
--. -_. great success, notwithstanding the 1 1A
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone! No. 254 rainy weather. There were four ta- 1I I
as Second Chas Mail Matter. i
bles of and quite good
players a sum
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARNov. when she will leave for Lakeland to I realized for the Red Cross fund. An-
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.50 A CLAIM DEED
Daily. S Montha ...................... 1.25 attend the annual sesion of the Florida other of these card parties will begiven QUIT
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .SOWeekly. 15th-21st. Federation of Women's Clubs be- \ next Saturday: the place to be
1 Year ...................... $1.00 fore which she will deliver an ad-i announced later. Tea and cakes
Weekly. 6 Months .................... sib were
Sunday dress Tuesday evening. Mrs. Tram- served.
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCE'TO PAYABLE IN Usual services in all the churches. mell will sing at both services of the Miss: Gore Surprised TO PROFITS -
benefit concert at
3 P.1\I.-Belgian theatre. Baptist church today, at the Lucerne Twenty-four young friends of Miss
Monday theatre. Elsie Gore surprised her with a birth-

advertising Copy for must display be hand and,..all in at ether the hancl-busmen t 3 P.M."Mrs. W. R. O'Neal "at Mrs. Giles at Fort Dodge day party Friday evening. Games
office .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. ... home. Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles left last night were indulged in till a late hour. IMMENSETHANKSGIVING
t the day before publication. ThU rule appliesto Baptist Missionary Society.
chance for contract advertising: it la Tuesday for a week's visit with her parentsat Fruit, cake, and grapejuice punch
invariable and will be atrictly adhered to. 3 P.M.Younger Matrons Card Club; their delightful home at Fort were served by the young people.

SuIcr;should ben notify desiring the The office Sentinel in writing discontinued on- Mrs. Davis Fishback, hostess. George on the St. John's river. Those who joined in the frolic were:
the date of expiration otherwise it will be Sorosis Club; "Present Day Leaders Sallie and Laura Woods, Violet Douglas SALE !
Pretty Birthday Party
continued at the regular subscription rates in Science; Mesdames Branch
notice to is received. Willie Hanner, Olive Barker,
until stop and Bliss.
Telephone Numb ....................... 24 Whitman Thompson Miss Theresa Warner was the hon-I
8 P. Mendelssohn Choral rehearsal Beulah and Zola McClure Alfrieda
oree Friday evening at a birthday
;. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13:>>, 19U.r Presbyterian lecture room. party her classmates in the high James Dorothy Chalfant, Rose Ham- OF
Wednesday blin, Sara Davis, Stella Linville
9 A.M.-Opening of Country Club; school being the guest, their colors,
that will Howard Phillips Foy Hammond
If there is anything
golf tournament. purple and gold being used elabo-
tear a community to pieces, it is war 3 to 6 P.M. Country Club receptionto rately in the refreshments and dec- Clarence Magruder Robert Davis MILLINERYREADYTOWEAR
talk. the public. orations. Each dressedto John Milton Hughey, William Lutter
guest came
3 P.M. Twentieth Century Club; I Ewell McClure, Finch Scruggs Wil-
o Miss Antoinette Slemons, hostess. represent a book "Inside the Cup,"
The night watchman complainsthat Wednesday Afternoon Card Club; "In the Eyes of the World," "Laven- liam DeWitt, and John Woods. Miss
growing much Mrs. Walter Wescott, hostess. Elsie received a beautiful ring for
the days are very der and Old Lace, "Martha by the
Unity Circle; "Be Fair to the Or- her birthday gift from her mother.
shorter. thodox Christian," Mrs. May Wat Day "The Otherwise-man, "Straw-
Belgian Benefit at Lucerne Sunday
-o son. berry Acres" "Speckled Bird," "Seven LINENS
Orlando' is not the best city of its Thursday Darlings," "Treasure Island,"
3P.M. Rosalind Club afternoon
l size in the world but we'd like to see Mrs.- McElroy chairman. ; "Peg o' My Heart" and others were
Sylvan following will be ren-
one half as good. Edwin R. Weeks Concert Ccom- cleverly portrayed. A very unique COMMENCES--
dered by select local talent at the
0 pany at the Grand. automobile contest was played also.
r Lucerne theatre this afternoon be-
the rod One of Miss Warner's gifts was a
ultimatums to
L More square 3P.M.-"Apron showei" and social tween the hours of 3 and 5 o'clock,
issued in Mexico than in any Dickens Birthday Book, in which
,i. are tea, Methodist church parlors. and a silver offering will be taken at MONDAY 16 NOVEMBERActual
other country on the globe. Too bad Afternoon tea; Misses Holt. each guest inscribed his or her name
the door to aid the suffering Belgian ,
not be used for food. Saturday and birth date. The birthday cake
they can
r o 6 P. .-Oyster slipper; Baptist la- j I was cut, containing a souvenir for all woman and children in their hour of
f dies. Pine street arcade. greatest distress.
SERVICE Mrs. Robertson EntertainsMrs. present. Overture McIntosh orchestra.

Beginning with next week's issue W. II. Robertson entertained Nullos Club Address Prof. Simmons. Cost Not Considered

of the weekly South Florida Sentinel informally Saturday afternoon at her The Nullos Club was entertained Instrumental selection Miss Willie
750 subscribers in all sections of the home on Ridgewood avenue with a Saturday afternoon by Miss Margaret : Dean. Nole These Prices! They are only a Few

United States will become deeply interested neighborhood party. The guests gathered -I Hart at her home on North Mag- Solo 1lissIartha Weeks. of the Great ReductionsTRIMMED

in Orlando and Orange coun- around four tables and passedthe nolia avenue. After the games deli- (Continued on page 5)

ty. This has been made possible by afternoon very pleasantly play- 'I __ _
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the action of the county commissioners ing "progressive peanuts" the game ;: !

of Orange county who have ap- causing much amusement. I HATSFour

propriated money for the subscrip- Birhtday LuncheonMrs.

tions. The Board of Trade has fur- W. E. Hudson had a few \ Prices Only. All New Goods

nished the names. Yesterday the list friends in for luncheon at her beau-

of names was given to The Sentinel tiful country home on Clear lake, to $3.98-$5.98-$7.98-$9.98

by C. E. Howard, secretary of the celebrate her birthday Friday, 13th.
Board of Trade following their approval Mrs. Trammell Here

by M. O. Overstreet, chair- Mrs. Park Trammell, wife of Gov- !I Etery tenth purchaser of a Hat, trimmedor

man of the Board of County Com- ernor Trammell, is visiting her sister -I Fire Insurance untrimmed, to the amount of $5.00; or

missioners.To Mrs. George Phillips on West over Hill receive a $;).00 GOLD PIECE
obtain this list and present it Pine street, until Monday afternoon ABSOLUTELY FREE.
to The Sentinel has required labor
I ;
and time. It is another evidence of I
the progressiveness of Orlando' and II I II 11111 II 11111 I1111 lilt COATSSix

Orange county citizens. By this
method 750 subscribers will read The T. F.HOURIHAN | Prices Only. Every Garment a new one

Sentinel every week. In reading the I Licensed Plumber and + I I COLLEGE COATS STREET COATS

news of Orange county these sub- Sanitary Engineer AFTERNOON COATS EVENING COATS

scribers will see what this sectionof < Estimates Furnished. Jobbing v A I Regular $8.00 to $9.00 for _________. S 6.98 I

fair Florida has to offer them. x' Promptly Attended to. T S. Y. WAtInsurance I Regular $10.00 to $12.50' for _______ S 8,98
This plan will bring hundreds of
people in closer touch with Orlando. ;t; PHONE 629 2 Regular $15.00 to $17.50:; for _______ S 11.98

The resources of every section of the t Io6 Court Street I and Real Estate Agent : Regular: $22.00 to $25.00 for _____ 516.75
county will be unfolded to them week I
ORLANDO, FLORIDA | Regular $27.50 to $30.00 for ______ 519.75
after week for six months. They will PHONE 172 i
become impressed with the oppor- I 4-l-lm i Regular $32.50 to $40.00 for ______. $24.98

tunity awaiting them in Florida one III.a.OI.CI..IIIIIIIII. .
of the most. prosperous!' states in the i
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Suit or Dress to the amount of $10.00 or
What the soil will produce; what f over will receive a $10.00 GOLD PIECE
the business men of Orlando are do- Ic Huyler's Bonbons,Assorted Chocolates, : : ABSOLUTELY FREE.

ing; what the resources of the countyare x ,4TjJsffJJ/A Nutted Chocolates, Salted Nuts just re- ] j I
; what awaits capital when invested '
ceivedby Express. Every package
in Florida realty; all of these guaran-

phases of the most healthful countyin I teed by Huyler and McElroy's Pharmacy. ; : READYTOWEARSeven

Florida will be presented to them. Your. To
The county commissioners and the PHARMACY PnNE NO. 20. ESTABLISHED 31 YEARSMIM0IMtllllllilllMIMIIIMMtMUMMMMMIMMIMIMIMM Coat-Suits Choose From

Board of Trade deserve the highest
praise for their efforts to enrich 750 ....f I I I I .fCtHHIIIMIItHliMliMiMiiHMMilll I We guarantee every Garment Shown to be
this season's purchase.
readers. In return for the favor The
OMiMIHMIMIIMMMSM8IIIIIIMIil l $15.00 Suits 510.98
Sentinel is pledging itself to meet

the responsibilities of portraying the $17.00 to $20.00 Suits 513.50

advantages of Orlando and Orange I $22.00 to $25.00 Suits 516.75
county. The Sentinel is ready to Gifts That Endure } -

serve the county commissioners, the $27.50 to $32.50 Suits 519,75,

Board of Trade, the city, the county, $35.00 to $40.00 Suits $24.50
and Florida not for six months but
$45.00 to $50.00 Suits $29.75
for all time.Orlando .
D $55.00 $65.00 Suits 538.50

is advantageously located.It The very air is now becoming charged] with the :

occupies a splendid position in the of for Christmas will be here.
very heart of fair Florida. It is dom- spirit giving, soon

inated by efficient, hard working,
versatile business men who have The choice and preferred gift is the one which endures,
brought to it commercial prosperity.
Adorned by nature's most wonderful because it suggests the continuity oflove and friendship,

gifts it is a veritable fairyland. The every description plain

city is here; it will ever be here; and Such watch of
its future growth and prosperity is a gift is a or piece jewelry.You and fancyr educed from 15

assured. cent to 33 cent be-
Notwithstanding its preeminencein will find at our store everything that would distin- per per

many lines not a solitary citizen guish a first-class jewelry store-gifts of rare value for the lavish low regular. .
dares to stop for an instant. Every
opportunity should be grasped to add spender, and an almost unlimited choice of less expensive, but

0:.. to the continual growth of Orlando charming gifts to suit the limited income.

and Orange county. That is one rea-
son why other towns in Florida have
not made the progress that Orlando We are sure our selections will [please you.

has. They have not had the pushers

and the business men with their ears

open hearkening to opportunity'sknock.

:: More conventions should be sched-
uled for this city. Conventions T. H. EVANSJEWELER

whether religious, commercial, social,
: political or fraternal give to a city
advertisement. Hundreds come and .DEPARTMENT STORE.

go and tell of the city, of the people .. ..
of the business conditions of its fu-
ture. More conventions to Orlando Orlando Orange Avenue Florida ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEF"

every year which is the logical con-

vention city of the state, will give

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| Miss Eda Brewer, of Cortland, N. D. S. Catechis and' Charles Antos MllillMlllillMIMIIMMIFAVORTE n 'flL: -:::.. :
JY., who attended the White-Drennen have purchased the Arcade cafe. [F CUjJ ,

I(wedding at Birmingham, Ala., November They are very competent restauran- THEATRE ; ; GET"
the Altamonte ALLEN'SOUR
Proprietor I 10, arrived in Orlando yesterday teurs and have come to Orlando witha ii
hotel was one of the visitors to Or- hav- I I Open 2 m. and 6:30 I j
and will spend the winter sea- big reputation back of them, p. p. m. j i J

lando yesterday.Mr. son at Winter Park. ing formerly operated the Plaza cafe Admission 5 cents i
at Jacksonville. The Arcade cafe I :
W. E. Barton, of Evansville,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S,. Alexan- will be closed tomorrow for repairsand El
Ind. is late arrival at the San IMMMMIIIMtMIIIMMONDAY'S It I
... a der arrived in Orlando yesterdayfrom improvements. It will be openedto NOVELTIES
Juan. New York city, and will spend the public about November 21.

several days in this section. While 4-Reels-1 i
:Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Worthley, who here of Lakewood, in "Ser- ARE SURE TO PLEASE YOU fi
they will make their home at Mr. W. L. Reynolds, Sterling. Ford Sterling !
have been spending the summer in the San Juan. N. J., who has been spending a cou- geant Hotfmeyer." A comedy. Pro-
New returned yesterday duced by Henry Lehrman.
Hampshire !
afternoon from that state. ple of weeks in Orlando, a guest at Rex. "Aurora of the North." A MESH BAGS VANITIES] I IU
Derry The publishers are calling your at- the Keystone, left yesterday to visit two reel drama, with Bob Leonard r'
tention to the two extra pages in thismorning's other points of interest in the southern and Hazel Buckham. This is a romance STAMP BOXES FILES
Mrs. B. Beacham and daughters of the in the track-
early days
issue of The Sentinel. part of the state. Mr. Reynolds
Berta and Norma left yesterday for less forests of the Northwest.Rex. NAPKIN RINGS CUFFS
Read them by all means, they are visited this city in 1886 and was as- "A Wood Cutter and the
New York where they will spend ten filled with local news items, adver- tonished at the remarkable growthand Washer Woman's Daughter." CIGAR CUTTERS WATCH BOXES I

days before rfeturning to Orlando. tisements and various kinds of fea- many changes that have taken

ture matter that will appeal to and place since his last visit. USE TEDDER'S DEAD SHOT fl ETC.
Mac Tallman, manager of the
interest you. It will cure your chickens of SoreHead U I
Valdosta, Ga. .
Grand theatre, went to ,
In this morning's issue of The Sen- and prevent them from havingthe
last night where he will remain over Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Redmond and tinel you are getting the latest news dreaded disease. One or two applications -
Sunday.Mr. in of Orlando the state is sufficient. For sale at
daughter were among the arrivals Orange county,
my residence, 309 America street,
Orlando yesterday, coming from of Florida and the world. Our edito- Orlando. 11-15-lt*
Robert Galey writes The Sen- Hampton, N. II. This is their initial rial staff gets the local news; our
tinel from Beaver, Pa., where he has .
visit to this section. They are the correspondents give us the county ORLANDO SOCIETY

been spending the summer, to hold guests of old friends, Mr. and Mrs.J. news; our superb telegraph service (Continued from page 4)
his he will leave for this
paper as records the of the
A. Thompson, at their home near vibrating news
Duet, Miss Martha Weeks and Mrs.
city on Tuesday. Lake Jennie Jewell. war, and of the nation. When you Samuel Newell.Instrumental. .
read The Sentinel you read a real
Miss Flora Walker, one of San- selection, Miss Willie
Rev. Henry Slater and wife and newspaper.The
ford's attractive young ladies, spent Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Roberts and Dean. El
in Orlando, the of Violin solo, Mr. Hoffman.
yesterday guest daughters, Misses Esther and Marshal new Packard limousine belong-
her aunt, Mrs. Helen Greenwood, on Solo, Miss Martha Weeks. Manicure and Toilet I Sets
who recently arrived at Pine ing to Charles C. Lloyd, of New
Duet Miss Weeks
street. Martha and Mrs.
Margaret Castle from Belville, Kansas, and York, arrived in Orlando yesterday. .
Samuel Newell.Instrumental
purchased a winter home, were in I The car was accompanied by Mr. in silver and Parisian ivory, we have a fine stock of
selection, Miss Willie
Miss Ethel Bouchelle of DeLand
Orlando yesterday greeting friends Lloyd's chauffeur, who was on the these for select from
district for the Dean. you to now. ;
secretary Epworth and shopping.The steamer that bore the late F. W. R. fl11
and Miss Eliza Religious moving pictures, entitled
League, Wright are Hinman from New York to Jackson-
"Daniel," taken from the story of the
visiting the Winter Garden league D
streets of Orlando were filled ville. Mr. Hinman, business managerof
life of Daniel in the Bible.A .
over Sunday. with people last night. Where they the Times-Union, was shot and
most interesting and
came from was a mystery. The killed on this steamer, the Mohawk.Mr. Oo
Quite a number of winter visitors trains, automobiles, carriages and Lloyd will arrive from New Yorkin one that every one should see. _,
The pictures to be shown are made
arrived in Orlando yesterday after- vehicles brought them into the city a few days and occupy the "Sel- I JEWELERS
by the Vitagraph studios and are con-
noon over the Atlantic Coast Line by the hundreds. The merchants de- dom Inn" residence on North Orange

from New Hampshire and will spend rived a thriving business from manyof avenue which has been rented to him sidered true in detail. They preacha RELIABLE REPAIRING.IIEVERYINING "
very strong and interesting ser- GUARANTEED.
the season in and around this sec- them. by Carl Dann.
tion. mon, yet the acting is of the highest
character. LLPan _- -1QE
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Davis and Mr. 'FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
Your contribution will aid the suf-
The Orlando Concert Band of fif- Chas. Davis arrived yesterday after- .
180 acres of good unimproved cut- fering Belgian women and children ... I I11111 1111 I 111111111111 I Mieiiiit I .Iil
teen members will begin the regular noon on the Tampa Special from
over land, adapted to citrus fruit culture and make you feel better for having
Saturday night concerts in the near Derry, N. II., and will spend the win- and general farming. These helped them.
future. The Sunday afternoon con- ter in the City Beautiful. Their lands are near Lakeland, Polk county. ftJi
certs will be given later. The band home is on Lexington avenue. Mrs. Would consider any good Orange il 1Pur ptiw
in IIIIIIMtllllMllltUllit .
has been reorganized and is one of Davis is the sister of our well known county property exchange, as this
is my home. I also have a few vacant -
the finest in this section. fellow townsman, Mr. F. W. Topliff. lots and one house and lot in

Concord Park addition that are cov-
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ered with citrus fruit trees in full
bearing. These I would sell. Come
and see me, or address, Wm. L. I
A On Coryell, 201 Concord avenue, west, is the time for Cakes and Maple

'.. Orlando Fla. 11-15-Ctc ,: : Department Store : ; $ Syrup. We have a fresh supply of Flour.


"Safety.Straight First I and Bouton Orange Brothers avenue., corner Shoes repaired Church : ; Maple Syrup in cans or bottles.

while you wait. Best rubber heels, M I
a factory 40 cents. Best English tan leather.
that knows its business I .- 1 1 Phone'481. 11-15-lmo China and :
and possesses ;,,, I
Just received a shipment of Graham
a sincere regard : 6ti : '
for its $f --

patrons'Security, 1"1 FIVE CROSS BARS and a Orlando Good paying for sale business cheap. right Takes here$1,000 in Glassware ..| I'$ and Whole Wheat Flour. J '

------1- -The cash to swing it. Only parties with
j Safety First Symbol. the money need answer this ad. Ad- Cooking i
/ : The simple practical noon dress, "Merchant care of Sentinel iI I I 1
r ? f skid tire tread formation office. ll153tcOSTEOPATHY
V/' i : with the -bed-rock UtensilsWatch '
/ j clutch that gives the car : New Modern i
: i driver control-Security. : Grocery :

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;/ f The Goodrich : : day specials. CARUTHERS & GORE


Safety First f I Safety Tread Tire Hours, 10-12.3-5, and by appointmentNo I:; 128 S. Orange Avenue :. 2 Phone 200. 6, and 8 East Pine Street.
E I.
= extra charge for house treatment
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Security. proves itself-it is
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atjy'/ : 32 a U7i2JSS 25.25 .
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Orlando Wood YardB. : ,

W. Kingsley, Proprietor : : .:.,

Orlan Ant & c Co.
Supply 9-30 Telephone 344 ..'h, ..:

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excellent shape $450.00. :
Episode No. 19. The Underground River. "There's a reason" for its :: ,

continued popularity. .



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I FOR RENT-Furnished room, with Number Laths and
I sleeping porch, at 203 America Shingles
SENTINEL street. 11-14-lwkc

FOR RENT-Housekeeping rooms;
also 6-room furnished flat. Call
WANTS 301 Church street. ll-ll-6te

FOR RENT Five modern
furnishrd for light housekeeping. S
i 406 E. Colonial Drive, corner Broad-
The Morning Sentinel Want way. 11-10-6t
Directory is the Greatest Want ORLANDO
Ad Medium in Orlando. FOR RENT-Nice furnished rooms;
good location and low price. In-
Terms Cash in Advance. quire 601 East Central avenue. Phone
591. 11-10-6tc

For One Day ______________23c; FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice- Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________50c ly furnished rooms; gas, separate ,
liat is Your Choice 1A ? For Six Days --_____________7oc: bath, new house; adults only. 604 --- -- --------- --
For One Month ____________$2.;iU> Magnolia avenue. 11-10-tf-
This 'I . . . '
rate all ads of
25 words or less. If the ad contains FOR RENT-Large, attractive room.
nice piece of property with a more than 25 words the rate I Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.
good house and about 3 acres of will be one cent per word for 11-8-tfc
land beautifully situated betweentwo each additional word, for each in- L EoSJt'rESSImportant :
lakes only a few minutes to sertion.If FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with :
Post Office, with an orange grove :you can't bring your ad to garage; elegantly furnished; on
? the office telephone No. 2-1. Ac- Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox.
counts opened by telephone will be 8-27-tf
payable the following
5 acres in good trucking land FOR RENT-Seven room house; wa- friendships result from the right introduction, and

? Every Home-E>ery Business- ter, gas, electric lights, bath, etc.;
Every Man has use for a barn stable, chicken house; lot 100 by the most important ones come through the right banking con-
A city home, corner lot at a bar- Sentinel Want Ad. 200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange

gain price ? avenue. 1031tfFOR nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We

A new 5-room bungalow, large lot, SALE-One FOR SALE nished RENT rooms-;Large close,in pleasant, with private fur- invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-

at a low figure FOR seven passenger, family. 302 North Orange avenue.
very six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, 11-11-6t. est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
? first class condition. Don't answer

unless interested. Address Bargain FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con-
A 10-acre orange grove the care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A.

owner wants sold at once. FOR SALE OR RENT-Attractive I Knox. 11-3-tf BANK & TRUST CO.CLOTHING .

Read over the above and come seven room house, furnished; best i
in and have a talk with us. residence section. Also fine buildinglots FOR RENT FURNISHED-Three
on lake at a great bargain to large, airy rooms, and sleeping
thosevho will address Owner, care porch; near Lake Lucerne. Mrs. J. E. 11111111111111111111. . .. . . I I. 'H
Sentinel, or phone 443. Foster, 411 South Boone street. ."'W I :: :: II : : 11111111111111111 :.III.I".B . . . . . . ..

FOR SALE-A paying business. 11I11111111.11.,11.11111111,11,1111".11.11..1111 II Ie .1I.t II 1111.11. II II II.
II North Orange Avenue ll-13-3t$100 cash. Box 818, city. WANTED 11111"1'11'1".1111"414P9,1".1"1. . . . ..

WANTED POSITION-A workingnurse
PHONE 608 wants work at once. Ask at
FOR SALE-One twenty-five, five-
Sentinel office address Mrs. Gib-
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL passenger Studebaker in A-No. 1 or
Winter Park. 11-14-3tc
condition. Will stand inspection by son,
any mechanic. Will consider trade
for Ford and part payment. Morton WANTED-Northern woman of set-
II. Jones & Son. 11-13-tf tled years wants position as house-
DAVIS a GILES. Counsel.F. keeper for elderly gentleman who
A. PEPPERCORN Contractor would be interested in busi-
FOR SALE-New Georgia cane syrup, poultry Our stock ofFall
turkeys, chickens, eggs; water ness. Address R-100, Seffner, Fla. or new
ground meal, sweet potatoes, corn and care Sentinel. ll-14-3t
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--I other country produce, just received
from Georgia. Also agent for pecan WANTED-Dressmaking of any kind,
Business trees, one of the largest growers in all work guaranteed and prices very I
I DirectoryFor I the South, G. B. Wigh, Cairo, Ga. reasonable. Mrs. J. A. Evans. Phone and Winter ClothingMade
Come and get some of the literatureand 220. No. 200 East Robinson avenue.
some of the nuts. W. E. Powell, 10-29-2w
headquarters on Boone street.

LIST YOUR PROPERTYwith 11-11-lwkc TWO 313 GENTLEMEN West Central avenue.roomers wanted. by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in ii

me,now, while I have the timeto FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Rhode 10-31-2w ,
look it over and familiarize myself Island Reds, hens and pullets; '
with the talking points. I made the Ward's strain; your choice for $1.00. ROOMS FOR RENT and anxious for to see our ii
we are
largest number of sales last winter Also fryers. Call or write, W. J. you
and expect to do even better this win- Barber, just south of Drennen Sta TWO FURNISHED ROOMS at 221
ter. My prospects are beginnig to arrive tion. 11-8-61 Robinson avenue, on Lake Eola. New Styles and high class tailoring. Best i :
and it might cause you to lose 10-31-3w ,
a sale by putting it off. Call todayat FOR SALE-One horse. CIS Veach

my new offices in the Watkins street. 11-4-tf FURNISHED ROOMS and board, for place in the city to buy clothing.
building and list your property. six adults. Address Kentucky Home,
WALTER W. ROSE, FOR SALE OR RENTAttractiveseven 511 Palmer street, Orlando, Lake
Real Estate. Phone 555. room house, furnished or un- Cherokee. 10-17-lm
furnished; best residence section.

T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. Also fine building lots on lake at a LARGE, AIRY ROOMS in new, mod-
great bargain to those who will build home not excelled' in the citv
Conscientious work at fair prices. ern W. M. SLEMONSMMIIIIIIIIMIiMMIIIMMIIIMOMMMM
PWne 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf Address Owner, care Sentinel, 'or for location and surroundings. Kitch-
phone 520. 10-31-1m enette if desired. 14 E. Amelia next
door to the Wyoming. 11-3-tf
LAUNDRY FOR SALE-Good boat wagon; can
" Your general laundry work, French be used for hunting cheap. II. C. .
dry cleaning and pressing will be app McDaniel. ; 10-23-1m NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, > > IMH MMIM . .
edated. Satisfaction and service to adults only. 409 Delaney street. . . . . . . . . " .

Ffione priaranteed.654. Reel's Open September Steam Laundry 28th., FOR SALE-Cabbage Wakefield, $1.00 Plants per thousand.,Charleston 10-25-tf 111111111111.,11111. . MMMMM >? I II r I > I . I . i MMfttMl IMMli ..
f,r whites only. 9-25-tf Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. MISCELLANEOUS a tt .iilHIIMMiOIMMieiMIMMMIIIMIIIMIilllMIMMM MMMIMM

Up to date painting, papering, etc. 10-28-tf GARDEN AND FIELD SEED, millet -
.s the kind you want. Where to get FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. cane and lawn grass seed for 3 rnftp:1gtWe I
it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas- sale at The City Drug Store 11 East I #
tle. 9-18-tf
Entrican. 1-20-tf Church street, "the all night drug
store. Phone 632. 11-13-lwkc
FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine 0

T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. hammock land; eight in grove; the BLASTING, Subsoiling and Dynamiting have received of Foster Bros' famous
Conscientious work at fair prices. present crop of oranges will be from of all kinds done on short no- a car
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, tice. A full stock of dynamite in
ready for sE'tting-l0 acres in lake, '' magazine at all times. See L. N.
one and quarter miles from Apopka. Lewis 406 S. East street, Orlando.
g BUYERS AND SELLERS Price, 5000. Address W. H., Box 11-13-lmo Iron Beds
fi 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf | Porslanlyke
I buy, sell, rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla., I MAKE A SPECIALTY of planting
over 30 years. Have handled over orange and grapefruit trees; 98 percent
I 20000000. Call' and see me. new cottage, Highland avenue and guaranteed to live. References that will with the finish
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Park lake, in Sunshine Park. R. furnished. Charges, $6.00 per acre. There is nothing compare

Bruce 10-25-1m.Perry, at Water Works. Address, Box 222, Ocoee, Fla. that Foster Beds and OUR PRICES for these
11-10-lmoc are on
A. W. DOWDELL, plasterer, mason ,

and. Phone cement 420.worker. 516 W.10 ChurchSt. 25lmT. For Sale-Silver Cluster; Grape LOST AND FOUND beds are'far less than others charge for the same

1 F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. Fruit Vigorous and old.9.232m .stock Valencia, 50c late 1 orange year; 75c buds.2 LOST-White fox terrier, black spoton style bed that has nothing near the finish. We would

Conscientious work at fair prices. years H. C. McDANIEL. each ear and black spot on root" like call and this line nothing like it in
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf of tail; answers to name "Sing. you to see ;
Reward. Jos. Dawson, 200 W. Cen-
FOR SALE tral avenue. ll-14-3t the
NOTICEGet Nsrsery stocK, one, two, three and
your roses now and have lots four year old buds; Foster Early, LOST-Linoleum covered brass tool city.We
of bloom through the winter. Roses Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash- box cover, yellow between Peoples
now ready for shipment. ington Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahles., National Bank and Lockhart, Fla., give coupons with all cash sales.
W. H. BROKAW, Salesman. Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf last Friday. Will pay for return.
11-3-tf Chas. P. Dow, cashier Peoples National -
For Sale Bank. 11-10-tfc

30 Acres, citrus and vegetable land
f. Owing to the cool weather, our Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
20 fenced, 10 cleared, crop on it now,
roses are now ready for transplanting. ready for planting trees this winter Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
: All orders booked for first ship- and crop next spring; near school and Kincaid & Snowden
. ment should be here by the 10th of church half mile of railroad station
; ; Who is your painter and decorator?
November.W. good neighborhood; four miles from If are satisfied keep the one
I you you
'I[ 11-3-tf II. BROKAW, Salesman. court house. Special price if taken in i have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican.
next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando. Nee 636. 1-20-tf
10-25-tf Low Priced Furniture House.

t Don't wait for every one In town to I I
have Entrican the painter, before FOR SALE BY H. C. McDANIEL Atlantic Coast Line FloridairumAUjjj.iiitmittu.iti'
i E you try. Am too busy to look you 7 Room stucco cottage, near Eola' ; 1 Con Main and Pine Sts. Orlando,
located right built right will be sold -TOURIST TRAINS)
f, up. Phone 636, and I will be on the ; ;
t Job. 1-20-tf right. from : : ll :: :: : : ::::
21 of Orlando's most desirable NORTH AND WEST '\ '\ '\" "! I 1 1 :: : : :

building lots near Lake Eola; will be -
Eat all you want. sold only to people agreeing to build "Dixie Flyer"
Eat what you want. houses in keeping with the location. "Dixie Limited" !!
[ Take a postscript and forget it. 10 Acres on north side of Lake "Seminole Limited" GORDON'S; CARRIAGE == ; Dressmaking
i For sale by all druggists. Ivanhoe, overlooking Orlando; an! "Montgomery Route" ww 1
t l-7-d&w.lyr cleared suited for home site "South Atlantic Limited" i
; a ; good iI Mrs. R. S. Cohoon has
land. Pullman cars from Chicago, St. Louis,
E, Knowing when to try to be "funny" 18 1-2 Acres land, about 17 acres in Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisvilleand 1 resumed her dressmaking -
is one of the most valuable assets a 5 year old budded grapefruit and or- intermediate points to Jacksonville OR. L. H. RAMSDELu i and is now located
anges; 21-2 miles from city limits )) Fla.
man can when talking to BAGGAGE
. his wife or to an audience. overlooks Florida for 4 the lakes; nothing better in Dining via: Cars I I I OPTOMETRIST in Room 4, Way building,

price. 10-23-lm ATLANTIC COAST LINE '(Sncceeaor U Dr. O. P. Likias) on Orange avenue, where

, Gee, but red tape is poky. After Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. L T. HARRELL, Prop. ORLANDO FLORIDA she cordially invites all
FOR RENT G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., ladies needing
everybody had forgotten Doc Fried- Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla. Piano and Furniture WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES anythingin
man and his consumption "cure" the FOR RENT Suite of rooms now oc- A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., the wearing apparel
j U. S. public health service renderedits cupied by Dr. Christ. Long term 38 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. Moving a Specialty AND DO ALL KINDS OF line to call and see her.'Ir ''
tenants only desired. Jno.
"no good" verdict. 11-13-tfc Cheney. Read the Sentinel want ads. 8 E. Church: SI. PHONE 487 OTICAL REPAIRING

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You might not believe it, but thereis

actually a small town in the Transvaal -

called Waachteenbeitjebeide-
boschfontein. How would you like to I

be a passenger train employe and call i 1WT

out the name of that town two or !

three times a day?
4''H "Made in Orlando""Made

Jfl7+ in America" is good. "Madein
[ Florida" is better. "Made in Or-

lando" is best. Of course, it is out
of the question for Orlando people to

f y confine their purchases to "Made in fOR THANKSGIVING

Orlando" goods, but there are some

things that we may insist on havingin

the Orlando brand. No gentleman For For
Holidays Everyday |
r-- needs to smoke anything but Orlando

made cigars. No lady or gentlemanis

compelled to wear an article of

,. clothing that is not made at home. Cheap as Other Meats
.q _y pwriy .. +, None of us need to eat either candy,

ice cream or bread that is made else-

where. We ought not to use fertil- 25c LIVE[ WEIGHT 30c DRESSED

izer that is made away from home.

You may confine your feasts of tur-
tle entirely to the Orlando prepared
article. In fact, nearly everyone
Tb building that Oregon erecting for the Panama-Pacific exposition at San Francis will i lit' n rntl"i\ v.z
tM famous Parthenon. Ita columns however. Instead of being of marble are of huge los cut from tl,.- o-.._'..n else in the country is compelled to do
for..U. The building to 150 by 250 feet. likewise. You are unwise if you buy

--- any kind of a carriage, wagon or Nick FranciscoThe
truck, except the "Made in Orlando"
Mr Lambert.s artistic touch giving to A plate was served from the dining kind. You can not get better iron
FORMER ROLLINS COLLEGE the conventional use of Easter lilies,
which followed the and
green structural work than is turned out at
palms and smilax a novel effect. The white color plan. home. The very best quality of book Orange Avenue Fruitman

GIRL MARRIEDMISS nuptial music was played by Mrs. Logan Mr. and Mrs. White left last night and! job printing is turned out bear-

who presented the wedding for Asheville, where they will be at ing the Orlando imprint. New brooms Phone 6O9IMMMtMlliiiliMMMMIMMlM
march from Lohengrin for the pro- the Grove Park inn
for a fortnight, that sweep clean and wear long are
MARY LEE DRENNEN cessional, following with "A Day in returning to make their home here. being made inside the city limits. -.. n . I.
Venice" during the vows. Mr. George Mrs. White is a member of ofBirmingham's -
MARRIED TO WILLIAM one Concrete blocks and building material -- -
Houston Davis and Mr. Jelks Caban-
most prominent fami- I, of every description is made 1111111111 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111
BEW WHITEMr. iss, Mr. Edward Cabaniss, Jr., and lies, and is one of Birmingham's love-
Mr. Beach Chenoweth, the four ush- here.You
liest young women. Her marriage is do not need to freight
and Mrs. Merle McElroy, of ers, led the followed to the altar pay
matter of interest
a to many friends. dustless weeping compounds, as the
Orlando, Were Present at by Miss Annie Donnelly and Miss
home made article is cheaper and
the Wedding in Birmingham Eda Brewer, of Cortland, N. Y., the WOULD YOU BE PATRIOTIC? equally good.Orlando .
first bridesmaids, who approachedfrom
Ala. made pop, bottled, and
aisles. Mr. Donald I
separate Every man and woman talks pa- soda water is as sweet and full of -
The of Miss Lee Drennen and Mr. Edward All, I triotism and likes be
marriage Mary to considered fizz as any in the world, and if you
groomsmen, followed, and Miss Bes- buy and sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If .
Drennen to Mr. William Bew White, I patriotic. When buying goods of any wish any kind of a boiler, large or
which occurred at Ala. sie McCrossin with Miss May Collins, kind, buy "American made "
goods, small, even to a locomotive, you can
next. Mr. Richard Stotlar and want to buy or sell the earth it will to call
November 10th, is of much intersetto came but be a little more patriotic and have it made in Orlando. pay you
Orlando and Winter Park Mr. Harold Bissell were next, and buy goods at home from home
people. mer- And last, but by no means least,
and talk
N. Y. your wishes over with us.
Miss Ruth White, of Albany, ,
Mrs. White attended Rollins Collegein chants.
you can help the town and community -
1907-1908 and has since visited with Miss Ellen Dickerson, of New By buying American made goods more than by any other possible The manager of this firm has had years of exper-

here a number of times. Mr. and York city, then entered, followed by you keep your money in America, method, by having the brand, "Pur

Mrs. Merle McElroy, of Orlando,were : Mr. Wallace Pinson and Mr. James just as by buying from home mer- chased in Orlando" attached to every ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a

present at the wedding, Mrs. McEl- Simpson, the last groomsmen. chants you keep that much more in dollar's worth of merchandise and
roy being matron of honor. The bridesmaids were beautifully circulation at home. That is pa- supplies that you use. million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last

The following account of the wed- gowned, each in an attractive char- triotism. -0.-
meuse robe of pale yellow draped I two years.
ding was published in a Birmingham Miss Clarice Ure, of San Francisco -
with gold net, and all carried arm
newspaper: i "Three times has the World written has been awarded a prize of a gold
the We are well posted on the value of all classes and
clusters of Richmond roses, deep I
The marriage of Miss Mary Lee I the political obituary of Theodore moulded apple' for being the hand-

Drennen, third daughter of Mrs. William red of the blossoms combining with Roosevelt. somes tgirl in California. The prize kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all
Drennen, and Mr. William Bew the rich yellow of the robes with "This time we shall say nothing at came from the California apple show.

White, a popular young Birmingham charming effect. all of the dead. How times have changed. History bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real

lawyer, was celebrated last eveningat Mrs. Merle McElroy (Fletcher Mc- "It looks as if he had been safely tells of another woman, undoubtedlythe
Carty), of Orlando, Fla., in maize Estate Bargains.
the South Highlands Methodist |i tucked away by that genial and popular handsomest in the world at that
church in the of and colored satin, en raine, and built I undertaker Charles S. Whitman
presence a large 'I time, who gave away an apple and
fashionable assemblage, a receptionat with a tunic of yellow chiffon, was ably assisted by Sexton Sulzer, but thereby plunged the world into trou-
of honor, and Miss Margaret I
Mrs. Drennen's home following.This }you never can tell. ble from which it has never recov-
was the second marriage in the Drennen, the bride's sister, her maidof "This may or may not be the final ered.

family within the past few months, honor, Miss Drennen wearing yellow -I funeral. If it is, we are ready to .- WARING REAL L ESTATE COMPANY
with net
charmeuse drap-
the bride's elder sister, Miss Fannie a gold testify at the inquest that the de- From the newspaper accounts, and
Drennen, and Mr. Hewitt, of New ery and lace garnituras. Both car- I ceased died with his boots on.-New from the fact that the Orange county

York, having been married in Octo- ried yellow chrysanthemums, which York World. fair has not yet been held, that Su- R. WARING, Manager
made an artistic complement to cos-
wannee county fair must be about
ber.The church was lavishly decorated, tumes so well suited to two fair The $500,000 weekly indemnity to the biggest show of the kind that Rooms ,1 and G Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf

.. haired girls. be paid to Germany by the city of has been held in Florida this fall.
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Miss Drennen entered with her Brussels between now and the middleof Come down and see us next Febru- ?

brother, Mr. Hubert Drennen, who March is to be measured not in ary, Suwanneeans, and we will show

\WATCH" gave her in marriage as Mr. White, the amount of money actually turned you a city containing more and larger ..IIIIIIIII..IIIII..IIIIIIIIIIIII .I.I.I.III'.I..

with 'his best man, Mr. Ebersole, of over but in the number of starving live oaks than you have got in Live

Middletown, 0., came from the vestry I Belgians who might be fed. Oak, More and finer citrus fruits
to meet her. Her bridal gown was a than
you ever saw in your life.
fraceful and lovely thing of white : The cargo of 25,000 song birds from Larger and more varieties of vegeta- 7 yur"'pnRn frJ
THE ANNOUNCEMENTof charmeuse with a tunic of chiffon ;
Saxony brought by the Dutch steam- bles than you have ever supposedgrew .
embroidered in pearls. A shoulder ship Oosterdyk has an unusual senti- in the world. Handsomer women -

cape of pearl embroidered chiffon depended mental interest at this time when the and prettier girls than you ever
from a broad court collar of "Taubes" and other birds of
.- .. preyare i before gazed upon at one time; and
duchesse lace of a pattern similar to devastating western Europe.It's the most progressive, most popular, THE MARKETOf
that used in constructing the short
most beautiful little city in the whole
sleeves. Her tulle veil was made hard, but nevertheless true, Southland.
with a cap adorned with Poine de that if you venture into another coun- Cleanliness Of Quality(

I Venise lace and adouble wreath of ty with your 1914 tag hanging to Mexicans are also believers in this
CoLONIALXILL tiny orange buds, and she carried a auto are liable to arrest the
I your you being Bible-predicted era of uni- FRESH AND SALT MEATS
large bouquet of orchids and liliesof and will have to take out a license versal war.Notice .
the valley. Dr. L. C. Branscomb, from another county than the one in FISH AND GAME
who is a life long friend of the fam- which reside. % none of the congressional
you the best sanitary condition
ily and has officiated at several of Y discoverers of Salt river are brag Kept under

their weddings, was the minister. Br'er Bryan's statement didn't ging about it. Everything screened away from the files, and kept freob

Several hundred guests went from mention the postoffice rumpus that iitiitiiiniiiMMiiiiiiiJTHE and pure.
the church to the residence for the satisfaction. We have
elected a Republican congressman in J We Invite inspection and guarantee
subsequent reception. Mrs. Drennen his home district. SENTINEL ADVERTISING LEADS- IN everything In the Meat Line.
received in a handsome black lace

and white charmeuse gown. Mrs. J. Germany may soon be reduced to The PARLOR MARKET
M. Ballenger, an aunt of the bride, barleyless beer, if there's truth in Number of Classified "Ads." +
who is here from Pulaski to attend the tales of its rapidly diminishingstcok for Last Week
-337- H. M. Self & Co.
the wedding, wore embroidered black of barley.

grenadine over white, and Mrs. Hous- A neatly worded advertisementin

ton Davis, the bride's sister, was in Dave Lamar, the "wolf of Wall the classified ad. column PINE STREET
The PrettiestSUBDIVISION Nile charmeuse with silk brings results.
green cream street, was sure they couldn't cage Why?
net embroidered in mother of pearls, him, but they did-until he could give Because the morning newspa- Phone No. 80
composing a cape hanging from the $30,000 bail. per is the logical advertising
shoulders. Mrs. Earle Drennen also medium for the community;
Because the efficiency of The -
wore a lovely gown, blue satin, em- Fred Funston has also demonstrated Morning Sentinel has long been MMMIItliliMilM6iM Clfl-tiMMIHMMMillliltilH
bellished with gold lace. Dr. and that something more substantial established.And .
Mrs. Travers Drennen, of Hot I I than a rumor bugaboo is required to results are obtained because y
Springs, Ark., were present. Mrs. I excite him. answers to "ads." in the
classified column are receivedby Odando o Paint and Wall( Paper Co. !
Ever Placed Drennen was handsomely gowned.In the scores. Call at The
the living and dining rooms The agriculturist's biggest prob- Sentinel office if you are sKep- i
white chrysanthemums composed an lem is the same as that of the rest of tical and the evidence will be .
presented to High Grade Paints Oils Varnishes -
effective decoration; the yellow chrys- us-how to get the most for what he 337 classified ads. for one week AGENTS FORRation's 1
On The Market anthemums which adorned the libra- has to sell.Another. is sufficient evidence of the Katsomine Wall Pa-
ry making an attractive corner for power of The Sentinel to draw Sun Proof Paper Wall Board, Roof- j;

the coffee table, at which Miss Grace type of new woman-the results. Paints Ing. Brushes Etc. ;
If have to sell
you ;
Lainhardt, Miss Hortense Estes and ,'one in California who, at the mature
if have J
property or roomsto
you 261 S.
sOLD AT THE SIGN OFTHE Phone 205 OrangeAve.l:
:Miss Edgell Adams were serving. At age of 18, is trying out her fifth hus- rent; if you desire a posi- SUN
the punch table Mrs. M. E. Lewstoe band. tion; if you want "help"ifyou ORLANDO, FLORIDA'
: and Miss Emma Mitchell in want anything, insert your j
ads. in The Sentinel's classified
CARL DANN charge. This was stationed in the Kaiser Bill would rather see the want ad. column and get re- Special Wall' Paper 3000 Rolls at 5e. .
stair alcove ,
,and the bowl was em- Czar go after Constantinople than sults. I
bedded in lavender chrysanthemums. after.
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Senior Class Held Party Friday

\ Intresting Social modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-

Affair date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the

At eight orf Friday evening -
t November 13th, the entire senior FIRST AID TO I

i i class gathered at the home of Miss HIGHEST PRICES i

Theresa Warner, on East Church I
street, for a delightful social even- .., which, however would not accomplish the end desired I
ing. Each guest represented his fa- by the grower, if he did not also have available the ser-

;, vorite novel, many unique ideas being vices
r brought out. Some of the books ofTHE
represented, which afforded the greatest -

I f entertainment, were: Old Curios-
ity Shop, by Beatrice Davis; Pick- Jic; SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

t wick Papers, by Arthur Newell; Red which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, expe-
i Riding Hood, by Roxana Irvine; The rienced, competent and reliable.
t Otherwise-man, by Sidney Newell;
r The Inside of the Cup, by Theresa
Ii Warner; Strawberry Acres, by Kim- HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS

; ble Hughes; Lavender and Old Lace,

t by Nina Swearingen; Marjory Day, CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
f by Ruth McCulough; The Eyes of the GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS

r: World, by Arthur Ivey; The Speckled

i Bird, by Annie Crux. Each guest received CHASE: [: OC. CO.*
i a score card and number.
After guessing the name of a bk
i J ; Main Office, Jacksonville, FloridaA.
i he wrote this name opposite the num- R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla.
ber of the person representing the 9-30-d&w
book. Nina Swearengin made the

highest score, guessing correctly
I fourteen of the sixteen books. An -- -
Photo copyright. 1914. by American Press
automobile contest formed another Association. 'B"'I..a'IIII"fl 9 4iONf.ff 4t fTlie .
,. entertaining number on the delightful : This general view of the city was made from a height and gives a blrdseye. view of the destruction wrought

t program.served, one Light feature refreshmentswere of which by Ge-raan shells. Rev. G. W. Ruehle. v Rev. Eleanor Gordon, minister.
E Bola P Packi L
consisted in a large cake, containing AT THE CHURCHES TODAYRead Sunday school at 10 o'clock; sub- [ Coffipall!
Christian Science
t different prizes, the securing of ject of lesson: The Book of Ruth.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.Services Church service at 11 o'clock; sub
f which caused much amusement. Fol- the Following Announcements at 11 a. m.; subject, "Mor- ject of sermon, "The Vision Beauti
lowing this the guests soon departed, tals and mmortals." ful."
[ after having spent a most delightful -All Have a Mes- Wednesday evening meeting, 7:45. Unity Circle on Wednesday after-
evening. sage for Orlando Third floor, South Orange avenue noon; paper by Mrs :May Watson;
and Church street. Entrance on subject, "Be Fair to the Orthodox Packers and of Citrus
Monday morning Prof. Simmons ChurchgoersThe Church street.Unitarian. Christian."
gave a short, pointed and forceful -o-- All are invited.
talk on Civic Pride. following announcements from Church Fruits and Vegetables.
Tuesday morning Miss Bertha the Orlando churches is evidence (Corner Central Ave. and West St.) The Colonel struck a mine, too.

Dawson, a member of the last grad- enough that the services for today I will operate alone under above name and shall appreciate -

uating class, visited school. will be unusually attractive. Each the business of all who have and any who have
Preparations for the first edition of church has an announcement with an TRUE-CHEAP
(1 not patronized me in the last three years. For informa-
., the "Echo" are progressing smoothly. appeal to the church people and resi-
tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossingof
Most of the associate editors dents of Orlando and community.Read .
Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure
have completed their work and the announcements and then at- rWITH PAINT MEANS
turned in their material.' The next tend the church services. Nothing is building, which I am equipping with Mauld's latest ma-

two weeks will be busy ones for the so elevating as a good sermon and The paint which covers the largest chinery and can consequently give you same service

editor-in-chief, Sidney P. Newell. from every church pulpit today there which has always spoken for itself.
Proofreading, arranging material, will be a message to the people. surface-Gives the longest service
and other editorial labor will' cause a -o- My efforts will be to sell all possible before resortingto

vast amount of work during this pe- First Presbyterian Church t -Lasts and looks well. distribution.
riod for "the first chief." Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, pastor.

'> Wednesday morning the principal, O'Neal Sunday, superintendent.school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. THAT'SHarrisons' W. A. DADE, Gen. Manager.

Prof. Simmons, gave the pupils an- Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.,
other interesting review of the Euro- by the pastor. it: \ 9-18-2 m ORLANDO, FLORIDAMIIIMIMIMMMtMiMllliMlillllMIIMIMIiMltli
pean war situation. The Black sea Morning sermon, "Sealed Books. \,,
Evening sermon, "Defects in Vis-
fight, the taking of Cyprus by Eng- ion."
"Town &
land, the object of Turkey's enteringthe Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30p. : Country"The

struggle, and Japan's victory in .
the East, discussed in relationto Bible class, 9:45 a. m.
result of over Hundred
Forrest Dabney Carr, choir direc- a
their effect upon the final outcomeof tor; Miss Bertha Branch, organist.
the war. Another subject discussed Special music. Seats free. Years Experience.A Q THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S
was Japan's attitude in enter- A most cordial invitation is extended -
strangers and visitors to worship Get our free book "Cause & Effect. A
ing the contest. distinguishing
feature of this lecture was the num- with us. -o- (II It tells you many things you ought to know. U TRANSFERDr.

ber of pupils who volunteered addi- Methodist Church
tional information when the princi- Rev. James E. Wray, D. D., pastor. SOLD BY B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m.
pal opened the discussion to the high

school students. and 7:30 p.school m. 9:45 Mr. C. Jos. Hardware Co.
Sunday a. m.; Bumby and
Wednesday fire drill was practiced. E. Howard, superintendent. Livery, Draying HaulingWE
Formation was perfect. Order in the Epworth League,Junior, 3:30; Miss
Eliza For the last Twenty-five Years.
Wright president.
ranks and the
was good, principal expressed -
Senior 6:45Ir..
Epworth League, ,
himself as bein gthoroughly J. N. Burden, president.
satisfied with the results. Woman's Missionary Society, Mon-
Saturday evening, Novemhber 14, day, 3 p. m. .
Mission Study class, Monday, 7:30p. r-
at 7:30, the German club held its second .
meeting for the year. Various Sewing Circle, Tuesday, 3 p. m. AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
matetrs of interest to the club were Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30p. ; Hammond Gore
discussed by the members. m.
Prof. Wilde, organist; Mr. Curry, Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
Among the pleasures of a trans- Come and hear plain gospel preach- I
Atlantic voyage now is the possibilityof ing and join with us in singing the HORSES FOR SALE
glorious old hymns in the power of REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
encountering not an iceberg but a the spirit.
mine. "Made in the U. S. A." winter -0-- 'Phone 257. Orland, Florida

tours may yet become popular.It First Baptist ChurchAt COMPARE
( the Lucerne)
Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D.,
is not improbable that the Kai- pastor.Mr. I I OUR FURNITUREWe I
ser's hair has turned gray since the Samuel A. Newell, superin- '
war began, as reported. It does not tendent of the Sunday school' ; Mr. ', provide the quality of furniture that has long IH8 > M9 MMMeMIIIMIIIMIIIUIIM flMilBMMMi
Geo. W. Phillips, director of the, been knowing furniture' buyers as the
to do that for accepted by
require war a man past
choir Mr. William S. Branch, Jr.,
fifty. organist.; i standard of.merit. If an arft&e, is here it is good.It ..South Apopka Nurseries..
Sunday! school at 9:30 a. m. ouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make

The great political question in New Public worship at 10:45 a. m. and this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof All the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange
7:30 p. m.Morning. this business, and that means much to any buyer.McNEILL Trees thrifty well-rooted and clear of all dis ases.
York now is, What is William Sulzer subject, "To Whom Shall I ; ; ,
going to do with Theodore Roose- We Go?" New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family
Dr. C. T. of Winter :
velt's Progressive party? Douglass, & DAVIS BLOCK FREEAddress
I Park, will occupy the pulpit at the ,

Before the real fighting has begun, evening We are worship.pleased Special to announce music.that Cor. Orange Ate. and Church St.. Orlando Fla. .South Apopka Nurseries.
the slaughtering of Arabian and :Mrs. Trammell, wife of Governor I JA ..
Trammell, will sing at both services.B. .
Turkish place names by readers of Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m.; .4 .. -- 0 OCOEE, FLORIDA
war news is well under way. Mr. Eugene Reid, president.The 94tfIMIIItlllMIMIMMMMMIIMMMIIIMMIIinilMI
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public cordially invited.St. -- -

Copper interests would like Uncle Luke's CathedralThe Are You Thinking About a VictrolaFor
Sam to copper John Bull's contra Very Rev. II. R. Remsen, dean.
band play, but so far haven't located Twenty-third Sunday after Trin- Christmas? IliMMilllllllMlllillMIMIIMIIillllllilllMIIMIj ;
the how. ity.The
Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m.
Sunday school, 9:30. There are certain types of Victrolas that it is of- CONWAY NURSERIES
We've a hunch that when the last Morning prayer and sermon, 10:30. ten impossible to buy even in New York, Philadelphiaor 1
battle has been fought, no matter Evening: prayer and sermon, 7:45. Chicago during the month of December. To saveannoance GROWERS AND DEALERS IN
The Bishop will preach in the
who wins, Europe will have no sul- morning. In the evening the dean's place your order now. The biggest dealerin
tan. sermon will be on "Prayers for the sell machine cheaper thanwe : ; All Leading Varieties of Cifrus TreesR.
Dead; Their Reasonableness." the world cannot you a any

Undertakers owe not a little busi- -o- can. You can get right at us if the instrument is T. PEEL, Proprietor.

ness to "joy riders," especially those Twenty-fourth Catholic Sunday Church after Pente- not absolutely perfect and satisfactory in every way. It Local Salesman

who take theirs with a "stick" in it.I cost.Mass, 7 a. m. is not as easy to do this if the dealer is in Baltimore or 11 Glen St. Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATEBox

This French officer who says peace Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. New York. Some have found this out by dear experience. 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida.

will not come until 1917 should take 7:30 Rosary, sermon and Benediction, Come in and talk it over. 9-24-tf
p. m.
something for croakeritis. All welcome. " " tllMlllliltlllllllllHI
German Evangelic Lutheran Church W. S. BRANCH
isn't to Services every first an dthird Sun- ,
Anyway, Turkey professing
day in the month, at 2 m., at
ads in The SentinelHIGH
the interest of Read the Want
have gone to war Seventh Day Adventist building on The Arcade Book and Music Store

Christianity. -. I West Central avenue.

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Letter to Editor of The Sentinel' FOUR MAJOR LEAGUES TO Manatee Man Makes Useful

Is Adressed to All Women HAVE NEW MANAGERS Invention Which Is De- t-S' -

Who Lave in the Frigid I NEXT SEASON clared to Be Highly nanny-4vIDsoN !

North Successful
Other News of Baseball to

(Being the letters of a lady in the Gladden the Hearts ofDed.in.the."ool I Manatee, Fla., Nov. 14.-Alvin '

South to a friend in the North.) Taplin, of this city, is a booster in

Dear Friend in the North: Fans his quiet way, and does his part to

Don't tell me that you are goingto bring things to pass. Younger men .

allow a plumbing bill to keep you I Four major league clubs may have than he might well learn a lesson

from coming south this winter. I new managers next year. Those from his pluck and energy. Although La i

acknowledge they are usually for- clubs are: the Yanks, White Sox well advanced in years :Mr.

midable enough to prevent one from 'i Cubs. and Naps. Taplin is usually at his task in his

doing almost anything. It seems certain that the Yanks shop, which stands in his pretty little -

Forget the plumber's bill, likewisethe will have a new pilot, but it is not orange grove. When not busy in

summer's ice bill, the fuel, warm at all certain that changes will be his shop he is at work in his field as

underwear, new set of furs, slippery made in the three other clubs men- he makes a good garden, as well as

sidewalks and other things that will tioned. "Hank" O'Day, the Cub boss, gives personal attention to his grove.

stare you in the face during the win- has been reported as "certain to go" Mr. Taplin came to this section 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON

ter months. on about 47 different occasions, but from the North several years ago,

Hie you to our delightful clime Hank still lingers on the job, and and on his first visit he saw the prim-
where an occasional wood fire and may get another chance in 1915. itive methods employed in cleaning 11 Horsepower: GUARANTEED 3'Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic 1

your mid-weight underwear. and sum-, Birmingham, of the Naps, is citrus fruit preparatory to shipping, Mechanical Oil Pump, Step
mer clothes are all that you need to i hooked by a contract that still has and he was seized with a desire to

protect you from the weather. If two years to run. His work wasn't ,help a little by inventing a machineto S275.00:

you have become so accustomed to I satisfactory last year, but Owner do the work. Accordingly he set

something around your neck, duringthe Somers is confronted with the alter- to work, and after several attemptshe "i' : 129 Orange Avc.
months with an "r" in them, that native of firing Birmy and payinghis perfected a machine that suited Wright & Hlelpert .

you can not go without, just drape salary along with that of another him and had it patented. He secured I Orlando, Fla.
your neck with a wreath of Spanishmoss manager or keeping Birmy and trust- his ;
patent ten anda
cheap and always accessible.If ing to luck for the 1915 season. few years later invented years; ago another, -+*II' e 1111 II D 11I1 J .111111111111111 .1111111111111111. I ,1.,1111111 U ft U.U MMtlitflli ,1

you miss the red glow of a base Jimmy Callahan, of the White Sox, machine to be used in cleaning grape- -f --'III--. i-.-fa if I. 1iI- tit i-.-,--9111 --1111' II 11.11111111111 i 11I' I-III Ii ii .11"1 '
burner fill your room with gorgeousred is reported as "slated for release." I fruit. He makes the machines in his MM3MMMIMMMMM . . . . . " " '..

poinsettias and poincianas and But Jimmy says he knows nothing : shop, doing the work himself.
they will impart the necessary color.If about it and Owner Comiskey is si- i_
The washer is supplied with cocoa ---------- -
you feel that you must see some I lent.
matting brushes, the fruit passing J
ice and icicles just visit our up to --- IN OFFICE OR ib
through a cylindrical receptacle, and
date ice factory and ask to be allowed Probably Garry Herrman has been y'
may be adjusted to size of fruit. DWELLINGQUICK
to visit the store room and in so active in negotiating for peace be- any
The adjustment is so smooth, that it
a very short time you will again cause he has designs on the Nobel ,
is claimed eggs may be run through
think you are in a cold climate and peace prize. RELIABLE ,
without breaking the shells. 'I
will be glad to get out where bright t

sunshine, balmy breezes, and beau Jim Buckley, who manages Gun WARMTH AND

tiful flowers greet your senses. boat Smith, isn't able to figure out Newsy Briefs I COMFORT ARE

If you tire of hot biscuits, and why some people say that Gunboat SUPPLIED

cornbread, however delicious they are 'lost his title of "white hope cham From OaklandOakland BY

when prepared by some of the famed pion" by being knocked out by Sam s ..

Southern cooks, and hanker after Langford, the negro heavyweight. y
Fla., Nov. 11.-W. D. a -
"light bread," steamed brown bread "Of course, there's no denying the
Shupe, from Georgia, who has been
and Yankee baked beans, such a s fact that Gunboat was knocked out,"
spending several weeks with his
your forefathers were fed, just visitan says Jim. "But by winning the fight par-
ents here, has gone to St. Petersburgon
Orlando luncheonette where good Langford didn't win the white hope business.

things may be found. But I warn championship, did he? If he didn't
you that you will soon be doing as win it it still belongs to Gunboat y Mr. and Mrs. Hatfield and Mrs.

the Romans do, namely, being unableto doesn't it 1"0 Michael and daughter, Eva, on Sat- GAS HEATERSTHE
urday went to visit! Prof. Nehrling'sgardens
begin the day without a grape --
fruit, fresh picked from the tree; you George Stallings is battling with at Gotha. ORIGINAL COPPER REFLECTOR GAS HEATERS

will find yourself inconsolable with Rube Marquard for the title of worst Mr. Fred Brown, from Cleveland,

out "grits" at least once a day; and actor in baseball-and everywhereelse. has come to help Agent J. E. Petrisat These marvelous beaters
the A. C. L. for the winter develop heat quickly
you will discover a piece of white The battle is close. depot
they do not vitiate or
shipping season.
bacon to be an indispensable article dry up the air. ,
of diet. Connie Mack has issued forth withthis .
of libel against the that The
: newspapers EZHQR Is the Original
But come, see for yourself, taste of
our fruits, smell our pine woods, and "The report that I will buy the permitted one of its headline writersto Copper Reflector Gas Heater. {
Yankees is false. state that "Feds Will Rival Napsin It beats by nature's own
pick our flowers (provided you do
not strip the orange and grapefruittrees "The report that I will sell Eddie Cleveland. method-that of reflected beat.
-- From its shining copper plate
Collins is false.
of their next season's supply of
fruit). "The report that I will succeed Ben Jumping to the Feds seems to be it casts a cheerful glow upon
Shibe as president of the Athletics is the great winter sport of ball players. the floor and furniture,quickly
If your money gives out you can false." bringing the entire room to an ,
live in a tent, feast on stolen fruits even,healthy temperature. !
Mack, however, refused to make --0-
and cabbage palmettos, go out on the
Those who aren't inclined to jumpare
country roads with a little tin pail 1 any statement concerning the report WE WILL BE CLAD TO SHOW YOU THE VARIOUS STYLES
forced to do little
a jumping
that his team was beaten in four successive
purchased from the ten cent store
few days by folks.
engagements with some every newspaper
and milk a wandering "bossy" stroll .1
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Johnny Boston Beans about six
ing into town to be put in the pound. White the
weeks ago.Connie Charley Chicago light
Come, see, and be conquered. --0- weight, carries a small horse shoe

YOUR FRIEND IN THE SOUTHPRESIDENT being cautious and around in his pocket. He says it

ative probably will not make conserv any brings him luck. This may cause ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.!-

TO VISIT OLD statement until he has had time to Jim Jeffries to wonder if Jack John-

FRIEND look into the report.0 son, another superstitious fellow, car-
-- ried a horse shoe around with him- GAS DEPARTMENT
Will Be Guest of CoL House at New w \
Great preparations are being made in his boxing glove-when Jim and
York Until Monday in Deep for the winter racing season at Jua Jack met four years ago. .11.11111111111111111111111. I..llltl. ;
Consultation ,11111111111,11,1.111111111111,1111.111,11111111111111111 llllllllllllllllllrDr.
rez, Mexico, which opens on Novem -
I ber 26th. The cafe proprietors in El George Whites, the veteran Giant

Washington, Nov. 13.-PresidentWilson I Paso, Texas, just across the river pitcher, may become manager of the F. F. ThompsonDENTIST BEST SELECT OYSTERS, SOc. QuartTheWaldeckcrFishCo It is necessary to rent your prop- 1

left Washington tonight at from Juarez, have laid in large stocksof Syracuse, N. Y., team next year, in erty now, or it is liable to be vacant
midnight for New York, where h Swill I high priced refreshments. case that team's franchise is shifted all' winter. There is a large demandfor

spend the week-end with Col. -- from the New York State League to FOR FISH AND OYSTERS good houses, fiats and rooms. Let 1
E. M. House. lIe will return to The Juarez season will cover 100 the International League. Syracuse Will open an office at an advertisement in the classified columns ,
Washington 117 S. Orange Ave., over Curtis & Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP.
' Monday. days. Stalls have been built to ac is Wiltse's home. O'Neal's Store, about Nov. 20.l16tf. of The Morning Sentinel proveit
"'\-. commodate about 1,000 horses, and "Welsh proved he was real champion M. and W. O. COX to you. Phone, or bring your ad.

... 3at Eat all what you you want.want. present indications are that they all by defeating Wolgast," declaresa 10-23-tf in now for the balance of the week

Tale a postscript and it. will be used. headline. If Welsh hadn't won Biggest per cent of profit ever is and Sunday.Get .
. 5or sale by all druggists.forget I -0- from the now third-rate Wolgast it derived from the use of the Sentinel's To be convinced .f the producing

l-7-d&w-lyi The Federal League has a fine case ,would have ben a pugilistic! crime. want ad. columns. power of Sentinel want ads.-try one. the news in the Sentinel first.F" .

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RENT-Large, airy furnishedrooms. .
Address M. I. P.,care Sen-
tinel. 11-15-lt

FURNISHED ROOM for rent; con- y ;qj4 / I \\ \ 1-- vflrTifJ
venient and pleasant location. 202 -
East Robinson avenue. 15-3t

FOR RENT-Two rooms and kitchenon
first floor. Children over twelve
and under one not objectionable.Phone .
380, or inquire at 300 East
Concord avenue. 11-15-ltc

pasenger Hudson, in first-class con-
For To-day--- dition, $400. Must be sold at once.
208 East Robinson avenue. 1-15-Gt if-
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Tomorrow and every other day, you'll find FOR RENT-Furnished or unfur- j
a check account with the State Bank mighty I street.nished Call rooms time at 1008 today.Hughey Open
any '
1 for moderate rate I ii DO YOU( (
handy in keeping an accurate record of your in city.inspection.Iost 11-15-lt WIDS'RSTA'N) I Iutu ;
money affairs.
Take note-how business FOR RENT-Furnished apartmentsfor # IIov/ you can personally l>s 'annetit. ;
men l'
many light housekeeping with all conveniences -
pay you in cash? Very few-for businessmen ;,also sleeping porches. 307 HI II 1 II ted by tLo advantages accruing to 1
East Pine between Liberty and Lake i ,
cannot take chances by carrying money:: streets. ll-15-6t I 1; 1 II 11 1! the commmunUy by J'! ::

about. The safe way is the business-like FOR RENT-Furnished for light'I I
way-our bank checks. I housekeeping, suite of large, pleas-I Titt) licitara] ilssLTYs Aci ?
ant rooms; all modern conveniences;
Try paying with checks. I also two nice sleeping rooms; private I i Ij I
Ij j family ll-15-6tc.; close in. 312 North Main St. HI it II II Call, telephone or write and we will j' : f

The State Bank of Orlando ::U I II Ii mail our ---just out---whicL
FOR RENT-Two front rooms, with j .
large closet, or one large single i, : explains this act fully and clearly. <; I
room, with or without board, to re- : .
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fined people. Two squares from Lake
I Eola corner Hill and Washingtonstreets. I : ':
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Savannah, Ga., Nov. 14.-San I >,& ::".<, .?. : .. .' i iF : .
Francisco was selected as the 1915 .- ;
For --
ThanksgivingLet meeting place of the United Daugh- -

us send for you by parcel post a ters of the Confederacy just before .

back home for BOX Thanksgiving.OF FRUIT It will Louisville adjournment lost today.by a close Nashville vote. and ;' : < '\ .

make a nice rememberance, at a small )::.D F: 1 > :' > rt' : .D I
Lrl .;::
cost. times Neighborhood due to rows concealed are also wireless some- ..- : .. .- '. ; .

Wrights Seed StorePhone plants. I I I .-. .'.,.. .'... ..',.' .--'. ,
179 South Orange Avenue I
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