The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: November 17, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Montana: and Wyoming Experi- Too Good to Be True, That

TOURNAMENTTHIRTYFIVE : enced Zero, and Other States Peace or War May: Be Def- HEADQUARTERS ELEVATOR

Belgians Again Block Progressof Suffered-More Touristsfor initely Made: Within


ing D>'ke-Thousands of
Calumet, Mich., Nov. 17.-The first Washington, Nov. 16.Tranquilityin
Horses and Brave Men: Delegation From Tampa Auto- blizzard of the season wrapped Lake the If There Is No Law City Commissioners Funeral ot Deceased Will Be (
Mexico again hangs on word
Perish in Seething mobile and Golf Club to Superior in a pall of snow today and "Villa." Carranza has wired Gutierrez Will Be Askedto Held Today, Elder Heckman
with mountainous seas made navigation I
Waters Arrive Tonight in a perilous. Most of the shipping so the state department learns, Draw Laws to Protect Officiating-Burial in

Special Car vessels sought shelter from the gale, of his readiness to retire. This is Trees City Cemetery I

CAPITAL MOVED TO PARIS AGAIN few boats being reported out. To- taken to mean that Carranza is will- I
The formal opening of the Orlando night the storm continues with increased ing to leave the country. No word The Board of Trade met last nightat The funeral services of William

Country Club will occur tomororw.All violence. has been received from Villa and the city hall, President Seth Woodruff Melton Lee, who came to his death at

REASSURANCES COME FROM through the morning, afternoonand lacking this the opinion here is that presiding. Mr. M. O. Overstreet 10 o'clock Sunday morning by acci-

GEN. JOFFRE THAT GERMANS evening it is expected that a large I Tampa, Fla., Nov. 16.-Cooler Villa may try to hold on in controlof reported that progress was being dentally being crushed to death in

CAN NOT PIERCE number of club members and invited weather, with the probability of frost Mexico's affairs. made in the public buildings. C. E. the Yowell-Duckworth company's automatic -

FRANCE, GAIN COASTOR guests will be present to watch the tomorrow morning in northwest This would mean simply the elim- Howard, of the publicity committee, electric elevator, will be held

MAKE ANOTHER golf tournament and participate in Florida, and possibly in central Flor- ination of Carranza, the weakest also made a report. this morning at 10 o'clock from his I

the festivities.A ida Wednesday morning, is indi- member of the triangle, and leave the Col. Bradshaw, for the tourists' home on Jackson street, Elder W. II.

INVASION telegram was received yesterdayby cated by the reports received today contest for authority to be fought out rooms committee, reported the acceptance Heckman, pastor of the Seventh Day

Jas. L. Giles, president of the from the Mississippi and Misosuri between Villa and Gutierrez backed of the Goodrich rooms in Adventist church, officiating. The

Early Winter Weather Adds to Suf- club, from C. E. Ball, of Tampa, cap- valley section. A high pressure area by the chiefs who elected the latter. the Hudson building. On a motionby burial will take place in the city cem-

fering of the Warring Nations- tain of the Tampa Automobile and located there, moving eastward, is in Secretary Bryan said today that he Carl Robinson the rooms were ac etery.

Valley Forge Was a Mere Golf Club team, stating that a spe- the wake of the storm which was located had received no word of Villa's plans. cepted. On a motion by Col. Brad- The deceased was secretary and

Imitation Compared to cial sleeper carrying the entire dele- over the gulf Saturday morn- The news dispatches from El Paso shaw it was decided to appoint a treasurer of the Florida Conferenceof

gation from that city would arrive ing was located over the St. Law- report that he has agreed to resign committee of three to have control Seventh Day Adventists, and with

Present CircumstancesParis over the Atlantic Coast Line tonight. rence valley. command and leave Mexico, but theyare and charge of the rooms. W. II. Elder Heckman, president of the or-

From the A. C. L. station the Tampa Warm weather prevails along the not backed by any official infor- Branch was selected as chairman, ganization, occupied office rooms on

Nov. 17.-The Belgians club members will be met by a reception Atlantic coast, the temperature being mation from the state department.The with authority to choose two other the fourth floor of the Yowell-Duck-
again have wrecked the German'splans. committee of the Orlando members. In connection with the worth
higher at Boston at 7 a. m. this morn- constitutionalist agents in Washington company's department
The allies for nearly a week club and escorted to the San Juan tourist it thatan j
ing than at New Orleans. At Boston are lacking in official news room was suggested building.On
have been trying to dislodge the invaders hotel. Thirty-five will be in the the thermometer at that hour regis- and believe Villa has consented to official name for the room shouldbe Sunday morning C. F. Dart,

who hold Dixmude and its en- Tampa party. tered 62 degrees, while the temperature leave Mexico. The constitutionalistsbelieve designated.Mr. field secretary, who had been spend-

virons, but without success, owing to The program for tomorrow morn- at New Orleans was 60 degrees.A that within twenty-four hoursa I Branch suggested the organi- ing a few days in Orlando, went with

the isolated positions of the Ger- j ing will include the "matching-up" of high pressure area of consider- decision for peace or war may defi- zation of a Tourist club with a fee Mr. Lee to the office in the Yowell-

mans' stronghold' and the impregnable ,the golf teams, followed by play until able strength appeared Sunday night nitely be made. of $1, believing that the visitors Duckworth company building. :Mr.

defense of the works erected by twelve o'clock.At over Montana. By this morning it would be glad to help the matter Lee then left the office to go to the

the Germans. 1 p. m. a luncheon will be had moved to South Dakota and Ne- FOOTBALL GAME YESTERDAYA along, and with the understandingthat postoffice for the mail, Mr. Dart

Today several Belgian detachments served.In vada, bringing much colder weather the room is free to all. This waiting in the office for his return.

worked around south of the town and the afternoon play will be resumed into the :Missouri and :Mississippi valley football game was played yes- suggestion was referred to the com- Becoming impatient at Mr. Lee's long

cu another dyke, which has flooded followed by a reception be- sections, and down into northern terday at the fair grounds between mittee. Mr. Branch reported that absence Mr. Dart left the office and I

the rear of the German position to j tween 3 and 6 o'clock. In the even- Texas. Zero weather prevailed this teams representing the high school several articles of furniture had already in the hallway was horrified to see i

an impassable depth, marooning the ing there will be the usual opening morning over Montana and Wyoming freshmen and the Young Presbyters.The been donated to the tourist his friend's lifeless body crushed be- j

occupants in the town and cutting dance with its attendant features. I with the lowest reporting to the Presbyters won the game by the room and. also fifty chairs. Col. tween the top of the elevator door 4

them off from the main body. The The dance is for members only. Tampa office of minus 6 degrees, at score of 7 to 0, Davis making the Bradshaw reported that Mr. Cheney, and the floor. He had been dead for 1

supporting columns of the German The reception committee consistsof Sheridan, Wyoming.SCRATCHER touchdown. of the Orlando Water and Light com- some time. i

infantry and machine gun detach- the following club members: S. pany, had agreed to furnish the On Sundays the Yowell-Duckworth 1

ments were driven back to the east- Y. Way, T. P. Warlow, C. B. Robinson lights. On the motion of Mr. Branch company's elevator is positively ;

ward by the flood and thousands of ,II. Cart Dann, L. S. Dolive, F. D. SCRATCHED"Blind YACHTERS ARE RETURNING the rooms were named The Tourists' closed. No one is permitted to use j

lives were lost by the withdrawal.The Guernsey and N. P. Yowell. It is Headquarters. it, and consequently all who would go j i

field east and south of Dix- stated that the position of the cupson Secretary C. E. Howard reportedthat above the first floor must climb the J

mude tonight was covered with dead, the green have been changed so Tiger" Variety of Citi- "The Framlin" Is Homeward The Morning Sentinel and the stairways. The elvator was not in

hundreds of bodies of men and horses that the local golfers will have no zen Gets Eighteen Monthsin Bound-Will Reach Orlandoin Reporter-Star had 750 names Certified service Sunday, but Mr. Lee, evidently -

were floating in the swirling waters advantage over the visitors.Mr. the State Pen a Short Time TripEnjoyable to them by the publicity com- in a hurry, reached through the elevator j 1

of the flood. Giles, president of the club, itentiary mittee, and by M. O. Overstreet, door grating, when he re- j
The inundated region now extends said yesterday that everything possi- One chairman of the county commissioners turned from the postoffice, and op- ?

from a point just south of Nieuportto ble would be done to make the Tampa Dispensers of "booze" in Orange for the subscriptions. Also a erating it went to the fourth floor. i
The Sentinel received a post card I
the forest of Houthhurst about
miles north of Bixschoote., Between delegation have a good time. Plentyof county of the blind tiger variety received from Mr. Ralph Yearby, postmarkedSt. part of the list had been furnishedthe Then he stepped partly out of the
ten entertainment will be showered quite a jolt in the criminal Apopka news. elevator and reached to the wheel to J
Bixschoote and Dixmude there Nov. 13th, which
upon them. Orlando will play a return court yesterday, when Judge Warlow The secretary read a communication send the lift back to the first floor. 1
reads "We
: are leaving here for
are several strong columns being game with them at a later date. sentenced Felix 'Cosby, colored, to from the Belgian Relief Fund He attempted to leave the elevator
Easton, Md., today. We will stay
hurled forward en masse in an effortto The Tampans who tonight association, of New York, requesting while it in motion his
are expected (I eighteen months at hard work in the there about two days and then turn was foot 1
force the canal again and regainthe are: T. Ed Bryan, C. E. Ball, state penitentiary.Ellis back, homeward bound. You may co-operation in giving substantialaid. slipped, and the top of the heavy car

western banks. Marion Reed, T. L. Karn, W. A. Bon- Najjar, the white man who Also a letter was read from the descended upon him, breaking his
send The Sentinel to me in Raleigh,
But the loosed the -
torrents by acker, J. H. Bonacker, J. A. Turner, was convicted of breaking and enter- N. C., until further notice. The Belgian consul at Kansas City askingfor neck, back and legs. This is the only ;

opening of the dykes caught them on T. E. Lucas, J. W. (Molly) White, ing the Seaboard ticket office in this 'weather is nice and cold and we are help in securing labor for needy plausible explanation that can be j
the front and fled in disorder
they great Collins Gillett, Tod Gillett, Jack Mahoney city, was sentenced to twelve monthson all still enjoying the trip immensely." Belgians. Both letters were placedon given to the tragedy. j
in their anxiety to escape being L. R. Woods, S. F. Wooten, the county roads. file, as it has come to the Boardof The position of the body clearly 1
Mr. and Mrs. Yearby sailed as
:wiped out. One entire regiment Morris Lucas, G. C. Warren, R. 1\1.1 Sam Bell, petty larceny. Guilty. guests with Mr. and Mrs. James Trade that plans are being formu- indicated that the unfortunate man
which sought to escape the water Prince, Fred Ferman, L. L. Spafford I Not yet sentenced. III. lated in Orlando to help these desti- had, upon arriving at the fourth floor, 'j
Laughlin their Fram
on yacht,
withdrew the
along ridge of ground G. N. Benjamin, E. H. Hart, James John Witty, cruelty to lin about tute people. reversed the lift to send it down, but i
two months from San-
running with the canal and ago
parallel McFarlane, William H. Jackson, Fred i Twenty-five dollars and animals.1 ford, with their destination as New President Woodruff brought to the before he could get out, the top of it i
when it reached
a point just south of Perry, Martin Withers, William I I thirty days on the roads. I York. atention of the Board the Vital Sta- had caught and pinned him down. '
Bixschoote a terrific bombardment Fielder, Frank Bentley, and Golf Expert i I tistics published by the state boardof Mr. Yowell and Mr. Duckworth 1:
opened from the allies' trenches. The C. J. Smith. health at Jacksonville
declaringthat were both summoned from church 1 j
columns were within easy range and I: PRISONERS TRY TO ESCAPEI :TO GRADE COLONIAL DRIVE the death rate in Orlando was services. They were horrified and
the Germans were mowed down, rank "SUFISESfJIO ENDS overestimated. On a motion by M. overcome with grief. It was the first

upon rank, until the whole regimentwas 1 I I I O. Overstreet the secretary was requested accident that had happened in the i:
annihilated. Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 16.-The I Eight Prisoners in the County I City's Newest Subdivision to to ask of Dr. Porter, the building. During its two years con- 1

forty-sixth annual convention of the \ Jail Use Saw to File Bar Be Graded by ContractorW. state health officer, how he arrivedat struction not a person was injured, !
Paris, Nov. 17.-Semi-official news National Woman Suffrage Association :j But Noise the published figures. but the news of the tragic death of :
received from Bordeaux today says adjourned tonight after a most Betrajedi E. Long-'Vork President Woodruff called attentionto Mr. Lee unnerved both of them, Mr 1
that all the official government staff i harmonious session i Them Started Yesterday the mutilation of the shade
j at today's meet- city Duckworth being compelled to return 1
and members of the chamber of dep- j ing. The administration programwas I trees by the light and telephone com- to his home. J'
uties will return to Paris tomorrow i i An attempt was made at 11:30 W. E. Long, contractor, started '
I put through without a hitch. The i iI panies and thought some remedy By positively forbidding use of the 1
and re-establish government here. J o'clock last night by the eight prison- the work of grading Colonial Drive
entire should be obtained. If is '
administration slate there
I was elect- |1 no elevator after the closing of the store !
This announcement was taken gener- ed to office and the non-partisan policy ers in the county jail to saw their yesterday morning. Mr. Long will law on the books the Board will request and on Sundays, and during the week j
ally by the public to mean that Gen- was promulgated in opposition to I way to liberty and escape. They work twelve men and push the work the city commissioners to draw having a competent elevator operator j

eral Joffre has given President Poin- I j the plan of the congressional unionto ., were decidedly crude about it, however from now on until it is completed. up some sort of a law for the protec- in charge the Yowell-Duckworth company -
caire the assurances that there is no ![ fight the Democratic party was and the noise they made caused Colonial Drive will be graded from tion of these trees. had made provisions to safe- t
further danger of the Germans \I Night Officer M. C. Broom, D. A. Park lake to the city limits, and will J
at-I adopted by practically a unanimousvote. guard the public. It was haste and
tempting a drive on Paris, nor Among the officers elected to- Arnold, night clerk at the San Juan be the city's latest improvement. The THE WEATHER a certain degree of carelessness on J I
ger of the Germans driving throughto hotel, and Sheriff Frank Gordon to cost of grading this street will be |
day was Dr. Shaw, who was reelected Florida the of the
1 : Fair and colder Tuesday. part unfortunate Mr. Lee i]
the French coast. hasten to the cells. I around $400, it is said.
president. Wednesday fair. that caused the accident and not the j
On the south of the Ypres the J They stripped the eight prisoners I j Colonial Hills, the newest subdi- mechanism
of the elevator which
fighting to- front the winter and found a saw about ten inches vision in Orlando, the 9 3
raged with greatest fury weather is having a adjoining
I the latest dances so much the rage perfect. s;
day. Only twice during the day did serious effect on the operations ofthe _long on Harry Longstreet, who had I street, is on the market this week. the
I all over country. These dancers When Mr. Duckworth arrived i
the Germans attempt attacks, and I armies. The work in the trenches been a witness in a recent trial and ; Colonial Hills is owned by Judge T. the the upon
will appear again at Lucerne to- scene he immediately stoppedthe 1
each time they did so they were j is described as extremely trying was doing road service. The prisoners j Warlow, Carl B. Robinson and II.
night, with an entire change of new motor, which was hot and smok- ,
hurled back. The artillery conflicts i and northern France they say seems seemed very joyous and pleased ;, Carl Dann. ,
'over dances. They have recently closed an ing. The cables had been unwound,
continue all along the Aisne. In the'' swept with an epidemic of infi.'enzaand their attempt to escape. Considerable '
at the roof
engagement garden of showing that the motor had been !
Argonne region the German attempted colds. progress h.u been made on TANGO DANCERS AT
LUCERNE the Langdon hotel, Asheville, N. C., running for some time. Judge Mar- '
to Saint assault All the wounded one of the bars, and if they had not J
carry Hubert by 1 brought in show ,1 MAKE BIG HIT and are billed to appear at the Mason tin and a coroner's jury arrived be- .-
been heard ,
but wer erepulsed with heavy losses. signs of suffering and there are numerous might have effected an es- hotel roof
garden beginning December1st fore the
body was removed. The verdict j
cases of illness among them cape. I Besides the usual big show at the for a long engagement. For the of the jury was that W. M. Lee

Winter Causing Illness at Front due to the cold and exposure, although I' Lucerne theater last night, Prof. coming two weeks they will remain in had come to his death accidentally.The 1

London, Nov.: 16.-According to dispatches the men are being relieved in Pianos for sale or rent. Latest ; Freeman, of New York, and Miss Orlando. Without duobt the above jury was A. C. Hart, Allan Co-

to the London morning pa- the trenches more frequently than music at popular prices. Magazines : Julia Oldham, of Knoxville, Tenn., couple are on a par with any dancers hoon, A. L. Beck, F. J. Terry, W. A.
pers from their correspondents at the formerly. and daily papers. Curtis & O'Neal. i profesisonal dancers, cave a few of who have appeared in this city. (Continued on page 4)r.



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A SURE ENOUGH SANTA CLAUS LIST OF FLORIDA POSTMASTERSThe TRUECHEAPWITH 1'11'1"1111111'1111'11111111'1111'11111111"11111111
complete list of presidential
;. New York, Nov. 14.-With more appointments made during the recent LET ME BEAUTIFY YOUR GROUNDS
than 1,200 tons of Christmas gifts session of congress and confirmed by PAINT MEANS WHETHER A COUNTRY ESTATEOR I
from the people of America, a Santa the senate is as follows:
Claus ship, the naval collier Jason, Appraiser of Merchandise James The paint which covers the largest A SMALL CITY LOT
sailed today for Europe. A messageof II. Herring, Jr.PostmastersArcadia. -
surface-Gives the service 'f.
Godspeed from President Wilsonwas W. :M. Platt; longest
received by Lieutenant Com- Boca Grande, John :M. Kelly; Chip- I -Lasts and looks well.THAT'S BLUE PRINTS AND DETAILED PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS -
mander C. F. Courtney, U. S. N., ley, F. C. Wilson; Cocoanut Grove, AT REASONABLE PRICES
shortly before sailing time. The William D. Sanford; Dade City, J. Y. 1
docks as the ship cast loose her lines O'Neal; Delray, James L. Love;
were thronged with thousands of Fellsmere, Robert J. Dunnam; Fort
school children. Myers, Corinne T. Summerlin; Grace- .f4 Harrisons'I Werner F. NehrlingLANDSCAPE
The gifts the Santa Claus ship car- ville, Jesse E. :Miller; High Springs, I ''n
ried wer gathered from every state Luther E. :McCall; Jacksonville, PeterA. :' "Town <& Country"The ARCHITECTAND
of the Union. They include almost Dignan; Jasper, Willie C. Cald-
everything from toys and dolls to well; Lake Butler, Sarah E. Doug-
clothing and food. So heavy was the las; Lakeland, Robert O. Cresap; result of over a Hundred CONSULTING HORTICULTURISTIf
rain of Christmas presents for the bourne. Alma P. Carmichael; Miami, Years Experience. b bA
contemplate planting a citrus
children of Europe that a force of F. :M. Brown; :Micanopy, J. Lee you grove
sailors from Get free book "Cause & Effect." it will pay you to get my adxice.
ninety soldiers and sixty Stokes; Ocala, Robert F. Rogers; our
the navy yard was required to receive Orlando W. C. McLean; Pensacola, A It tells you many things you ought to know. Local Agent for BUCKEYE NURSERIES -
and classify the gifts as they arrived B. S. Hancok; St. Andrew J. R. Tampa, Fla.
and repack them so that an equal dis- Thompson; Tampa, James :McKay; SOLD BY
tribution might be made in the sev- Trenton, Thomas II. Milton; Waldo, OHice Above PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
eral countries for which they were in- Joseph F. Desha; White Springs, O. Jos. Bumby Hardware Co.
tended. K. Paxton Jr.; Winterhaven, Lester PHONE 570 n-io-tt

Windsor. For the last Twenty-five Years. i
Somebody once said that T. R.
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bride at a wedding and the corpseat story, and when the gossips get hold
a funeral. And now half of his of it it may have a dozen. THE CHASE & CO
ambition is realized. I I
Boston is doing its share to boom I
Hay must be more scarce than cotton by insisting that the chorus
money in Illinois, where a national girls wear more clothes. modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-
bank advertises: "Money to loan to date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the
farmers for feeding cattle." Some men are so tender hearted
they even sympathize with the people PROPER PACKING a

Old Mr.: Diogenes should hasten to they owe money. FIRST AID TO r
Virginia, where a judge declines to BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
The Sick Man of Europe may nev-
accept an increased salary on the LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
ground that he doesn't earn it. er recover from his present illness. however, would not accomplish the end desiredby o I
Eat all you want. the grower, if he did not also have available the services Effective from August 1, 1914 to August Ii
Turkey in Europe may be a men-I Eat what you want. 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction I;
ace, but turkey in America is stilla Take a postscript and forget it. ofTHE during that time:
For sale by all druggists. -a:.
blessing. A little of the white CHASE & CO 1 I
meat, please.It l-7-d&w-lyr Touring CarRunabout $555.00 !

Read the Sentinel want ads. SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM 505.00F. I''
is true that it's hard to rise in
Orlando. AH fully equipped. I
the world without capital. Even an which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, experienced O. B. can
I competent and reliable. obtain the maximum efficiency !
aeroplane costs a lot of Further we will be able to :
money.A our factory production, and the minimum coat in our
ANNOUNCEMENTMiss GIVES THE GROWER purchasing and sales departments if..we each an output of ;
38 .OOO car between the shrove dat q
girl who is as pretyt as a picture HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS i
to pay a* II
reach lhi production we agree
should we
should not spoil the effect by an Lu Halsted is now the buyer's share from UI to *U per ear (on or about !I j
ugly frame of mind. August 1.1915) to every retail buyer who purchases a new
ready to take orders again CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED For ear between August 1. 1914 and Augnit 1. 1915. i III
GROVERS'IARKETIKG AGENTS further particulars regarding these low prices and profit-
England may still claim to be :Mis- I i For I
for Place Cards, ScoreCards sharing plan see
tress of the Seas, but Germany is I
tbe :Mystery.The etc. Samples at CHASE & c o., F. G. RUSH, I

innate feminine love of rem- residence, 112 Grace St. ; ; Main Office, Jacksonville, FloridaA. Phone 226

nants may explain why women go ii.17-1, w Phone 681. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla.
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-' The Florida-RI aI Estate i dllInvestment

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

t j paying business propositions. We invite all Investors and Home-Seekers to call on us regarding the proposition f;

we have to offer i in


f ThejWonder Town of the High Ridge Section The Farthest South in the-Lake Region

- The Coming Center of the Citrus Fruit Industry '

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

t Sebring is surrounded by several fresh, clear, soft-water lakes, that are fairly alive with fish, and great bouncing big fellows, too,
of them The town is located beautiful of five miles and three wide.
; many are. on Lake Jackson, a most body water, long Around

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

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

leave Orlando first part of next month.

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Uneeda Biscuit ;
O. B. Floyd, of Orlando, Re- Rollins College Head Will Deliver Hammer and Ax Resound on GRAND'OID

ceives a Letter From Sem- an Address at State j Nourishment-fine fla Winter Garden Road Be-

inole Indian at Fort Sunday School Meeting vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness. tween Orlando and
..... at All Lake Apopka
T Lauderdale Tampa
for 5 cents, in the
Pedestrians and motorists between : A.Y .
- Some time ago O. B. Floyd, of Or- According to indications several rooisture-proofpackage. !
Orlando and Lake Apopka on the
lando, met on a train, Tony B. M. hundred delegates will be at Tampafor
Winter Garden road
are now .being :
Tommie, a Seminole Indian boy who the meeting of the State Sunday
greeted by the sound of hammer and
was on his way to Carlisle Univer- School association in that city, November i : "
ax: upon reaching the "Iron Bridge"on I
sity at Carlisle, Pa. Mr. Floyd saw 23 to 26 inclusive. Among the Lake View Heights Company'sands. PERILS OF PAULINE
him at Fort Lauderdale a few days them will be ex-Governor W. S. Jennings -j' II
ago, and since that time has receivedthe who will preside over the first ,
Dr. and Mrs. Paul T. Butler of j
following letter from him: meeting to be held at the Two
Kalamazoo, Mich., are building a! parts
"Fort Lauderdale, November 7, rian church Monday night presb"te-I '
modern up to date cottage on their J
Mr. O. B. Floyd, Dear Friend: Van C. Swearingen of S II
lot between the hotel point and the
I write you a few lines today. We who will talk Monday night on "The''
bridge. This is the first house in then "
couldn't play ball yesterday becauseit Relation of the Sunday School to the ;: "T"E
w town site. They have also had GILDED KID
was raining at Miami. When we Problem of Civic Righteousness;"
twenty acres recently cleared, whichis
play ball again I will let you know.I I Prof. C. M. Brittain of Columbia College ,
now being set out in citrus fruit.It
here all the time. You writeme Prof. Arthur Williams of Tal-
stay some time-be alright. You get lahassee, President. F. Blackmanof GRAHAM CRACKERSA : is west of their present location. : An Edison special feature in two com-
To the right of the bridge coming
alright home, and I write to you now. Rollins College, Rev. C. W. Crooke food for every day. I plete in two the
ircm Orlando is a nine acre tract parts. Featuring ever
Your friend, Tony B. M. Tommie." :of Jacksonville president of the anti- Crisp, delicious and
which was recently purchased by Mr.
Tommie has organized a baseball saloon league ministers from allover strengthening. Fresh funnyArthul
II. Siewert, of Kalamazoo who with
loam the Indians. He seems the state and Sunday school workers
baked and fresh delivered
his family, now lives at Winter Park.
to have taken a greater interest in .from other states.Conferences '
xo cents. This tract runs along the ravine and Housman'HEAR
baseball than in his studies for he and department meet-
takes in the old picnic ground. Eight
remained at Carlisle only two months, ings on all subjects will be held in
men under the direction of Mr. Hard-
said Mr. Floyd. the various churches of the city, in
ing, the Ocoee contractor are now
several cases a number of meetings
clearing the ground, which will be
going on at the same time and there
will be a very active four days for planted with grapefruit during the ,

Florida's Biggest Orange the delegates. winter.
p d. These improvements will immedi-
Special attention will be paid to "THAT ORCHESTRA"
the forthcoming local option cam- ately be followed with others by interested .sOur

paign in this city and many addresses parties.
Grove will feature that of the i
BargainTwenty part ser- -- -

vices. Music is Worth Twice the .

HEALTHY HAIRSOFT S A / y oe Price of Admission'J

acre Grove on beauti-

ful lake, 2V miles from Post FLUFFY A delightful new biscuit 1 ]
with a rich and
Office, Orlando, near hard roads, THE ANNOUNCEMENTof
AND RADIANTBeautiful delicious cocoanut fla-
schools and churches. 1300
Grapefruit and Orange Trees, hair does not just hap- vor. Crisp and always 5c lOCi j
pen to be so, but is always a matterof fresh. 10 cents.
one-half in full bearing balance care and proper nourishment of
will bear next Present the hair roots. No matter if your hairis 1- -- --
year. tally out, stringy, lifeless and full
crop on Grove estimated at of dandruff Parisian Sage an inex- TOMORROW 'j
3000 boxes. About 7000 Nur- pensive tonic sold by all druggistsis
all that is needed. It nourishes the
sery Trees ready to bud now. hair roots and stimulates the growthf '

Good 7-room house and out- .tirely> new removed hair. Even with one dandruff application is en-, W0 L LONIL "David Garrick I

buildings. If sold in ten days and itching scalp and falling hair
cease; your hair will be bright, vig-
will sacrifice for .
owner $12000.We orous, soft and fluffy. A Vitagraph special feature complete ir> .

are exclusive agents for this Whether your hair is oily dry or two featuring
property. brittle Parisian Sage immediately removes parts,
the cause, and by toning Buy biscuit baked by
the scalp quickly restores the hair to James Young and Clara Kimball Young
Cooper Atha its brilliancy and vigor. NATIONAL BISCUIT
Parisian Sage can always be had HILLS
from McElroy Pharmacy, and is a delightful COMPANYAlways
114 South Orange Aye., Ground Floor and easily applied treatmentthat
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will never fail to act as a real look for that Name
Phone No. 311 and lasting benefit to your hair and 1 c
scalp. T&F

Orlando is great for raising thingsall
Wood Wood WoodExcellent kinds of things from vegeta- GEOLOGIST IS COMINGRhode

bles to trees and some of the latterare The PrettiestSUBDIVISION TRANSFERDr.
Core Pine Wood Sup raised up pretty high. The latest

plied in any quantity raise, however is announced to be Island Man Who lias B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
an attraction for the mid-winter fair Been Collecting Specimensfor
that will be held in Orlando in Feb-

SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE ruary. It is an Orlando-raised avia- Rollins Arrive College to Livery, Draying and HaulingWE

STRANDS OR MORE tor. Admittedly that is "going up
some," and the appearance and the
Hon. O. P. Newton, of Providence
exhibition of flying made by Carl
will be R. I., who spends his winters in Orlando GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
ELDREDGE BARLOW Kuhl doubly interesting be- Ever Placed
cause Carl is an Orlando boy and got writes friends that he and Mrs.

Telephone 375 his high flying ideas right there. Newton expect to be here about December -

South Street, near A. C. L. Florida is a wonderful state and 1st. :Mr. Newton is a stu- On The Market AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK .
every day one hears of something dent of geology and during the past I
Tracks different that has been raised, right summer has been collecting speci-

9-1-1m here at home says the Jacksonville mens for Rollins College to supplythe Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited

Times-Union. loss occasioned by the fire which I

Real Estate Boughtand destroyed the rraseum of natural HORSES FOR SALE
England is using Indian troops. history a few years since. These

Sold.City Why doesn't Germany send for Buf- I I I specimens will be on exhibition at the CARl DANN 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida '
falo Bill' ? ::mid-winter fair in February. I I .1

Building Lots $100; $1.00 cash .

and $1.00 per week buys a Lot GJl -
Work and /-\ man of New 1'orL.to NOphaseofthedt1rus
Notary Promptly Neatly horn a friend / : .

Done._ ofourasentacopyofthe ::8. '" . :' j catalog.thenuckeyeriurserlesDuckeyeNurseriescata From the selection Do: about
log referred to it In his J_.. : of location fora = worry your
N. P. HATCHERORLANDO letter of acknowledgement trove to marketing
as The citrus fruit. teit- of the crop everything is fully
book." This is exactly what we treated. There are no theories
sought to make the catalog and set forth-all the advice the
we are gratified to have it SO regarded book lives is based on experience -
by its readers. = in fruit growing.

at. O.Pinehurst Box 281 ParkP. A Guide to Citrus Fruit Culture and

PHONE 40;) 10-8-lm i iI I I Plumbing Seworifigi

i The Buckeye Nurseries CatalogBuckeye .

Nurseries superior trees-this has been

.Pill! Str reetJEWELER t. : Our their interest successful in the accomplishment trees does not for end more with thirty the sale years.to We will do it for you and you pay when you

I. the grove owner, however. \Ve want them to thrive i ready

and bear profitable crops-and purchasers of Buckeye get

trees are given every possible assistance to this end.
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EXPERT WATCH MAKER : The Book Typifies Buckeye ServiceBuckeye

I make a specialty of Fine I Call on F. ]JOSEPH PLUMBING G and HEATING CO.
Watch Clock and Jewelery Re- Service to planters of Buckeye trees has become almostas RAEHN : I
pairing; Diamond Setting Ring I well known as the quality of the trees themselves. Our complete -
and Spectacle Repairing. i and helpful catalog has been for :years a most important
factor of this service. The new edition is by far the most

failed Bring to me do,repairs and I others will repair have attractive and comprehensive catalog we have published.- Send Cor.: Graves and IrvIn Streets t

them satisfactorily or no charge. today for free copy if yoir row citrus fruits. -
My prices are reasonable. i I

Buckeye Nurseries ORLANDO I II I

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South Florida Sentinel ( W. S. Branch Phil Armstrong says: "Family ties WANTED-A boy to sell Crispets.
Apply 313 West Central
MORNING AND WEEKLY Whenever a man puts up a sign are those the family gives at *
W. M. GLENN ...................._Editor for Sale" it is time paw city. 11-17-3t i
reading "Horse Christmas time. In i
some families
W. C. ESSI.NGTO.N....,Bauncu Manager E
automobile to busyto FOR RENT-For only fur- I
-- ------- for the man get they are the ties that are presentedto season
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida nished bungalow, near Lake Lu-
as Second Class Mail Matter. see which one of them can make the young men sons of the family cerne. No children. "Bungalow,"
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the sale. He's going to buy one justas and paw has to wear them because Box 3-15, city. ll-17-6t
Daily. 1 Year .__.....__._........... $5.00 he sells the horse, and
flail:. 6 Months ...................... 2.50 sure as they are slightly out of date. A U CLAIM DEEDTO
Daily. 3 Months ..........._.......... 1.25 more than likely he will buy one be- --()- FOR RENT-One or two sleeping QUIT
Daffy 1 Month ....................... 63 fore he sells if there is a mar- rooms with adjoining room for
\>: y. r Year ...................... $1.00 The Tampa Merchants' associationis light housekeeping; bath and electric
Weekly 6 Montha .................... ..5 ket for horses. going to ask the city council to lights. 407 Osceola street.
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN put up new street signs. A fine idea.
ADVANCETO The gentlemen of the present day PROFITS
Nothing disgusts a stranger in a ROSES IN ENDLESS VARIETYJust -
make more or less sport of the stylesof
ADVERTISERS: strange city more than to go wander- received and ready for your
ladies' hats and gowns but really inspection, three thousand roses.
Copy for display and all other handsetadvertising ing around the streets hunting for a
mast be hsndea in at the business some of the fall styles and shapes of W. R. Spier 406 Hughey street.
location and with
no of knowing
office .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. ... felt hats for gentlemen look like the way 11-17-6tc
the day before publication. This rule applies anything about it except to ask ques- IMMENSE
t. changes for contract advertising; it is funny pictures in Puck. Fancy satin
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to.Subscribers tions of the bystanders. Many of the FOR SALE-Five room house one
bands showing all the tints of.the,
I mile from house
court 650. One
desiring The Sentinel discontinued Tampa street signs look as though
should notify the office in writing: on rainbow and folded plaited and they had been made before the Liberty Brush automobile, $75. In-
the date of expiration otherwise it will be pressed into many giddy shapes and war quire Shoe Hospital, 8 East Church
continued at the regular subscription rates I and many others have entirely evaporated street. 11171mo'FOR THANKSGIVING SAL[ !
until notice to stop is received. forms, until we shall not blame the
Telephone Numb r ............_......... 24 I
ladies if they stare and giggle when I j
SALE-One 16 foot launch and
And speaking of street signs if !
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1914. the young mangoes past wearing a I skiff and boat house all new; one
the Tampa councilmen wish to see I OF
modern lid. I} 20 gauge Stephens pump gun with
I the newest and best ideas in this line
two sets of barrels new one pointer
It's a long way to Oyster Bay also.o -o- ;
!they should come up to Orlando and dof coming 3 years old, well broke
A tourists' rest "shower" is
room fresh beautiful hard enamel fast and wide retrieves on land and
Der Kaiser is said to be aging rap- contemplated. Chairs pictures tables see our water staunch; will give demonstration. MILLINERYREADYTOWEAR
idly. Who wouldn't be in his shoes. games literature, flowers etc., I signs mounted on concrete posts. All will be sold cheap. Inquireof
Commissioner S. A. Johnson he McMillan's: Hardware
says company,
f 0 are all needed to put the room in
is of them and all Winter Garden Fla. ll-17-3t
I proud so say we
Speaking of a winter in Florida, shape to entertain the hundreds of I

Henry Ward Beecher once said: people who will occupy it more or I of us. TWO KNOCKS INSTEAD OF ONE .
"They are picking flowers in Florida less, most of them more, during the I

-there is no cold in the sky-the coming winter. The committee having I I NO EMBARGO ON POULTRY The Eustis Lake Region has dopedit LINENS

} gardens are asprout-the air is fra- the matter in charge expect to out that the citizen who says he

grant with bursting buds and new so handle it that ladies as well as Housewives need have no fear that never knocks his town, and then buys

leaves-birds shower the air with delicious gentlemen will go there to read, sew, their tables will be without Thanks- his goods elsewhere is giving his
notes! Yes yes; I do dearly chat and make new friends and ac giving turkey on account of the fed- I town two knocks at one time. It says Tcw On
i love the winter but prefer to have quaintances. If have anythingyou
you eral quarantine in various states 1 I I the money you pay your home dealer
mine in Florida." are willing to loan for the win- against the live stock foor and mouth helps him pay his taxes and buy his

o ter, to add to the comfort and at- disease. To allay any uneasiness on I'I stock up to date.

:f GUESSINGThe tractiveness of the room please notify this score the department of agriculture -I The money you, send away for
Tampa Sunday Times came Mr. Howard, or Mr. Bradshaw.One issued statement at home
Washington at the
a goods you can buy helps ,
f out with a good automobile section. --()- I Thursday explaining that the dis- j I other merchant pay his taxes-not in i I Actual Cost Not Considered

f The beading at the top was "Review will travel a long distance be- ease does not affect poultry and the'' your town but in his-consequently i

i of 1915 Motor Cars and. Accessories fore finding a more pleasant and accommodating quarantine lays no embargo upon the i j, it not only deprives the local merchant -I Note These Prices! They are only a Few

in JACKSONVILLE" Immediatelybelow stamp clerk than Miss of chickens and of that business
shipment turkeys or but deprivesyour I ol (he Great ReductionsTRIMMED
was the heading "Reviewingthe Ruby Platt in the Orlando post-
you can purchase them if you have town of that support.-Arcadia ;
1915 Auto Models in City of office. Every customer receives a the price. Enterprise. I i

Tampa." The make-up man, the auto pleasant smile and a "thank you," I iI

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heading must have had brain fag. postoffices in the city and there was HATSFour
We fail to get the gist of the two danger of trade going elsewhere. Prices All
Only. New Goods
a head?. --()- i

< 0 Victor Murdock declares that "the I
t I $3.98$5.98$7.98$9.98Every
SUSPICIONThe Progressive party is not dead," but I' I

Dade City Banner came out one look at it convinces us that if it

last week with a story headed "Com- isn't, it ought to be.-:Memphis: Com- i iI I tenth purchaser of a Hat, trimmedor
missioners Are Vindicated by Exam-
mercial Appeal.Considering .
j untrimmed to the
amount of $3.00;
iner. The substance of the articleis
its creator and the uncertainty -i Fire Insurance will receive a $;}.OO GOLD PIECE
that the records of the county com-
as to its present or future ABSOLUTELY FREE.
missioners were checked up by an !
life, it might be appropriate to call
expert accountant. The Banner then

adds: I I COATS
Eo "Just as soon as a man is electedto II I II II II C .111 D I II I.

public office he is always made an I.I
? T. F.HOURHIAN 1Licensed I Six Prices Only. Every Garment a new one
object of suspicion and as there has I COLLEGE COATS
.' been a large amount of road buildingin f I I
the county recently and a consid- t I
erable amount of money spent some Sanitary Engineer I Regular $8.00 to $9.00 for _________. S 6.98

thought that the funds were being Promptly Estimates Attended Furnished.to. Jobbing S.Y.WAYInsurance j Regular $10.00 to $12.50 for _______ S 8.98
misappropriated, but the report of jI J
PHONE 629 Regular $15.00 to $17.50 for _______ S 11.98
the examiner would show that suchis I : I

not the case, but that the money I 106 Court Street and Real Estate Agent ; Regular $22.00 to $25.00: for _____ $16.75

has been judiciously spent. ORLANDO FLORIDA I i Regular $27.50 to $30.00 for ______ 519.75

HOME FIRSTIt o 4-21-lm PHONE 172 I II Ii Regular $32.50 to $40.00 for ______ $24.98

seems there is a plan in Chicago 111111..tt'DII. e"I' i
which the Chicago Tribune is assist- Every tenth purchaser of a Coat Coat

ing proposing to bring to Americawar 111111 1I-'DlI I Ii I I I I I I a t I a I 11111 U II i II II I 0 . U H : H I I i III II II : Suit or Dress to the amount of $10.00 or
orphans for adoption. It is a over will receive a $10.00 GOLD PIECE
1880 31 YEARS SAME: STAND 1914 !
good move and one that should enlist ABSOLUTELY FREE.
the sympathy of a great many citizens I JG Just received, Italian Rye Rhodes Grass Florida

but at the same time why not Rye and a full line of Field and Garden Seed. Our Seed

pay more attention to the little ones are 1914! stock no old seed on hand. Call Phone or write READYTOWEARCoatSuits

here in America. The ones in Amer- us for prices. McElroy Pharmacy Largest oldest most
reliable Drug and Seed House south of Jacksonville. : Seven Prices
ica who are left helpless and alone i Yours ToOnly

are not the results of barbarism warlords PHONE No. 20 2nd door south of PostofliceMiMMIM Choose From

monarchical disease and PHARMACY J

scourge. The majority of the or- ... . ,. . . . . . HHIMOIMMiHmMMIilMllie We guarantee every Garment Shown to be
phans in America at home that need I this season's purchase.

help and succor are the ones left be- ; . . . .I..lclau I" .l.llr.ltt..lla.II..II. . . ., r $15.00 Suits -----------------____ 510.98 I

cause of crushing commercialism,the $17.00 to $20.00 Suits ____________ 513.50
blight of factory life, the curse of
$22.00 to $25.00 Suits _____-_____ 516.75
whiskey sickness and depravity. Gifts That EndureThe

Come on, Chicago Tribune and boost $27.50 to $32.50 Suits ____________ 519.75

the babies at home. Or better still, $35.00 to $40.00 Suits ___________ 524.50
come down to Florida and get in on
the "Save-a-Baby" movement recent- $45.00 to $50.00 Suits ____________. 529.75

ly advocated in Jacksonville.SAD $55.00 $65.00 Suits ______________ 538.50

ACCIDENT o SUNDAY very air is now becoming charged with the

spirit of giving, for Christmas will soon be here.
+ (Continued from page 1)

Beasley was taken and W.to A.Ua Irvine.d's undertakingrooms The body The choice and preferred gift is the one which endures,

on Pine street. because it suggests the continuity of love and friendship,

Mr. Lee was born in Union City every description plain

Mich., November 3rd 1851 and lived Such is watch of and fancyr educed from 15
in his native state for thirtysixyears. a gift a or piece jewelry.You .

In 1877 he was marired to
cent to 33 cent be-
Miss Lillie V. McClellan who sur- will find at our store everything that would distin- per per

vives bookkeeper him. He in was the for First many National years a guish a first-class jewelry store-gifts of rare value for the lavish low regular. .

bank of Kalamazoo Mich. In 1899 spender, and an almost unlimited choice of less expensive, but

he connected himself with the Sev- charming gifts to suit the limited income.
enth Day Adventist church and abouta

year and a half ago he came to Or-

lando to assume the duties of secre- We are sure our selections will please{ you.

tary of the Florida Tract society an

institution conducted by the Adventist -

denomination.After leaving.Kalamazoo he lived DICKSON .IYES CO.

for thirteen years in Pennsylvania

several years in Melrose Mass., and T. H. EVANSJEWELER
four and a half years in Washington

D. C.The.

9' Sentinel voices the entire com- .DEPARTMENT STORE.

munity in extending sympathy to the .. ..
unfortunate man's family and sur-

vivors. Orlando Orange Avenue Florida iI ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEr

You can help the Sentinel most by i
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patronizing Sentinel advertisers.
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I LOCAL AND PfRSONALI! lllllillllllllCliMllllMiJFAVORTE == o-i

{@rlau? n nritty The iron work-on the Arcade build-, THEATRE ; ; 0 i GET IT AT- ALLEN'S'CI.co ,

ing is receiving a fresh coat of green 2 I
Open p. m. and 6:30 p. ra. E
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wrl&ht- paint.A. :
[ \ Admission 5 cents
Office telephone No. \j9.\ Residence: telephone Ko. 254
R. Sanders of Ocala was in the
.. Club city yesterday attending to business tttiitniciiaaiittiiiiiiitTODAY'S
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR Country Here From opening.Winter Garden interests.Mrs. PROGRAM OUR NOVELTIES J

Nov. 17th-21st. Mrs. Willard Swearingen of Win-

ter Garden is spending a few dayswith M. E. Halstead is entertainingher 101 Bison. "The Nation's Peril." 11 ARE SURE TO PLEASE YOU = E
Tuesday the Misses White on West Cen- aunt Mrs. A. J. Hedrick, of Jack- A drama in two parts. Produced in
3P.M.-Sorosis Club; "Present Day tral sonville.Mr. Honolulu by Henry )McRae with \Vm.
Leaders in Science,"' Mesdames avenue. Clifford, Marie Walcamp and Sher- MESH BAGS VANITIES!
Branch Whitman Thompson and Boy Scouts Meet man Bainbridge.Rex. .
Bliss. The Boy Scouts met Monday nightat C. W. Henderson of Knoxville "Career of Waterloo Peterson. U STAMP: BOXES FILES
Choral rehearsal Tenn., is recent arrival at the San ." of
8 P.1\I.-Mendelssohn the Methodist church with Scout- a The most unique comedy
Presbyterian lecture room. Juan hotel. the year, with Phillips Smalley Ru- NAPKIN RINGS CUFFS
masters James N. Burden Joseph
Wednesday pert Julian and Ella Hall.
9A.M.-Opening of Country Club; Woodnich. Pat he. "Foxy Cupid." A. comedy CIGAR CUTTERS WATCH BOXES
Messrs. Forrest Lake and C. O. drama.
golf tournament. Hiawatha to Be Given
3 P.Wednesday Afternoon Card McLaughlin, of Sanford were visit- D
Much interest is being manifestedin ETC.
tess.Club; Mrs. Walter Wescott hos- the rehearsals of "Hiawatha," ors to Orlando Sunday.Mr. Mr. W. H. Howard who has spenta
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Unity Circle; "Be Fair to the Or- which the Mendelssohn Club will givein delightful summer at his old homein
thodox Christian" Mrs. May Wat- December. The altos and sopranosare W. T. Kakinson one of Kissimmee's Boston Mass., arrived yesterday .

son. representative businessmen afternoon and is now busy gettinghis
afternoon to facilitate
practice -
3 to 6 P. .-Country Club receptionto having spent Sunday in Orlando.Mr. the St. f
popular apartment
the public. its being given at an early
8 P.M.-County Club dance for date. James on the corner of West and 1r
members only. A. E. Kimball and sister Mrs.E. South street, in readiness for the 0 .

Thursday Gass have arrived in Orlando ception of winter tourists. re-I
3P.M. Rosalind Club afternoon; Mr. and Mrs. J. W Hurley arrivedin from Mexico N. Y., to spend the win-
Mrs. Sylvan McElroy chairman. Orlando yesterday afternoon on ter.
Young Matrons Card Club; Mrs. the Tampa Special from Atlantic Mrs. Park TrammeH of Tallahassee 0A
Davis Fishback hostess. who has been visiting her sister
N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Hurley will
City :Mr. Hiram L. Belknap representing -
Edwin R. Weeks Concert company -
Mrs. Geo.V., West Pine
Phillips on
at the Grand. manage the new Osceola hotel in this the Aeroshade company of Waukesha -
street left yesterday afternoon for
Friday city. Wis., is spending today in Orlando A .
3 showei" and social Lakeland to attend the annual session -
P.lI.Apron a guest at the San Juan. Manicure and Toilet Sets
tea, Methodist church parlors. of the Florida Federation of Wo-
Mr. Z. T. Chambliss ,of the firm
Afternoon tea; Misses Holt. men's Clubs before which she will
8 P.M.-Cathedral School Fortnightly of Monroe & Chambliss bankers Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Sandlin former U
deliver address this evening.Mr. in silver and Parisian
Club. Floridians an ivory, we have a fine stock of
Ocala is among the prominent popular residents of this city but

Saturday spendin today in Orlando.Mr. now living in Ocala, motored to Or- these for you to select from now. :
3P.M.-Nullos Club; Mrs. Harriet ChamblisE is registered at the lando and spent Sunday with friends. and Mrs. T. Morrell Parry arrived :0
Miller hostess.
in Orlando yesterday afternoon
C P. \ .-Oyster Baptist ladies San Juan hotel.
supper; -
and will in all ,
N. J.
Pine street arcade. Mrs. I*. S. Bryant, of Brooklyn from Riverton j!

Received Friends Mrs. Geo. B. V/ygant and: son,Master proprietress of The \Vindermere on probability spend the season in this > .Allen
Mrs. J. M. Cheney and Mrs. Joe George Jr., arrived yesterday afternoon Lcke Lucerne, and Mrs. Annie A. section. Mr. Parry is no stranger in'''' & CO,

Cheney received their friends on Monday from Tampa to visit Mrs. White of Wcshingt}n, D. C., arrivedin these parts as he spent several win- '
ters with his parents Mr. and Mrs. 11 JEWELERSrz
afternoon at their beautiful Wygant's parents, Mr. and Ars. II. Orlando yesterday.Mr. : '
J. R. at their home Lucerne
Parry on
home "Glendonjo. B. Myers, at their home on the corner "
Was Here From Miami of Jackson U1J West stieets. J. A. Smit'i, a former wellknown Circle. Mr. and Mrs. Parry are oni i I RELIABLE REPAIRING. EVERYTHING GUARANTEED.

Mrs. F. B. Stoneman left today for citizen: of Orange, county now their honeymoon and will occupy Mr. ,; I
his home at Lake in and Mrs. E. P. Monroe's pretty home j jon : I o
her home in :Miami after a short visit The Gainesville Sun of Sunday in making Alfred ,
Lucerne Circle until the owners
with her mother Mrs. II. W. Gree- Polk county was a visitor to Orlando
mentioning the string of fast horses ,
arrive from Riverton, N. J., has

tham. Postpone Club Meeting which Alachua are to county perform fair there this duringthe week yesterday.Mr. y been ears.I .their custom for a number of I,:: : :";:;;;;

Miss Antoinette Slemons will en- says: "Three fine horses arrived Sat- and Mrs. Otto Wulfekerhler : ; f
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Wednesday, November 25th, post belong to D. L. Lockhart of Orlando noon from Leavenworth Kansas and :

poned from this week owing to the and one to Chas. M. Hand Sanford." will remain in this section for sev-

-- I, eral days looking over the country.Mr. I'M I c LL sli SWEET HONEYIN

Joseph Trott son of Mr. and

A Message On Mrs. John Trott left yesterday after- COMB OR BOTTLES
66 noon for Charleston S. C., where he
tttt will enlist in the United States navy Department Store : :

and enter the wireless station as an
apprentice.Dr. .

a factory
that knows P. P. Pillans was called away '
its busi n-. China and
nessandpossesses from Orlando yesterday on businessof
sincere regard --,-!::oJ ? r ='K-t.: _6',__ importance and has requested The have bran by box or bran bis-
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H. 1 CROSS TIE-The sent until about the first of Decem- made bran biscuit. Send us your orders.Ne'W .
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: / i The Goodrich J. C .HOWELL day specials. : CARUTHERS & GORE

,; j 1 Hours, 10-12.3.5. and by appointmentNo
Safety Tread Avenue
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FOR RENT-Furnished room, with
sleeping porch, at 203 America J-JuIllber, Lat11sORLANDO and .51iingles
SENTINELWANTS street. 1114lwkcFOR

RENT-Housekeeping rooms;
also 6-room furnished flat. Call
301 Church street. ll-ll-6tc
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FURNISHED ROOM for rent; convenient -
and pleasant location. 202
The Morning Sentinel Want East Robinson avenue. 15-3t
Directory is the Greatest Want :
Ad Medium in Orlando. FOR RENT-Furnished for light

housekeeping, suite of large pleas-
Terms Cash in Advance. ant rooms; all modern conveniences;
also two nice sleeping rooms; private
RATES family; close in. 312 North Main St.
For One Day ______________23c: ll-15-6tc. Royal Cement Plaster and Perfection LimeITs
For Three Days ____________30c Agatite
For Six Days _______________73c: FOR RENT-Furnished apartmentsfor -- -- -- -- ----- -
; t is Your Choice ? For One Month ____________$2.30 ----
This rate applies all ads of light housekeeping, with all con- I I I IJ I t t Q I . . I I . I (! r I t II II I ,t; I I D I f H.. ( ,
25 words less. If on the ad veniences; also sleeping porches. 307 . . . . .. . ., . . . .. . . = .Dlle.C..II' ..
or con- East Pine, between Liberty and Lake
A nice piece of property with a tains more than 25 words the rate streets. ll-15-6t
good house and about 3 acres of will be one cent per word for -
land beautifully situated betweentwo each additional word, for each in- FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice- I :
lakes, only a few minutes to sertion.If ly furnished rooms; gas, separate I
Post Office, with an orange grove you can't bring your ad to bath, new house; adults only.: 604
9 the office telephone No. 24. Ac- Magnolia avenue. 11-10-tf-
counts opened by telephone will be I

5 acres in good trucking land payable the following. day. FOR RENT-Large, attractive room.
? Every Home--Every--- Business 11-8-tfc Inquire No. 8 West Washington St. Important friendships result from the right introduction, and

E'eryIan has use for a the most important ones come through the
A city home, corner lot. at a bar- Sentinel Want Ad. con-
FOR RENT-Beautiful
dwelling with
gain price garage; elegantly furnished; on nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We
? FOR SALE Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox.

A new 5-room bungalow, large lot, -FOR SALE-One seven passenger-, 8-27-tf invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-

at a very low figure six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, FOR RENT-Seven room house; water est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .

? first class condition. Don't answer gas, electric lights, bath, etc.;
unless interested. Address Bargain, barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by
A 10-acre orange grove the care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf 200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange
owner wants sold at once. avenue. 10-31-tf

Read over the above and come room house, furnished; best ,
in and have a talk with us. residence section. Also fine buildinglots FOR RENT-Large, pleasant fur-
on lake at a great bargain to nished rooms; close in, with private

those who will address Owner, care family. 302 North Orange avenue. . . . . . . . . . .FtMMNftFII
1111111:111:111111:1\ \ \ \ \ \ \ : s i i 8 : { : s 8 8 : : : : : :
t. Sentinel, or phone 443. 11-11-Ct . . . . . . .I..lll. . ..

AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE-Five FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con- .01 II II II II II II II 1111 11111 II II I III II II II I I II I II 1111 II II II
f II North Orange Avenue pasenger Hudson, in first-class con- veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A. . . ..
dition, $400. Must be sold at once. Knox. 11-3-tf I
i PHONE 608 208 East Robinson avenue. l-15-6t
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL FOR SALE-One twenty-five, five- airy rooms, and sleeping llililllCLOTHING
passenger Studebaker in A-No. 1 porch; near Lake Lucerne. Mrs. J. E.
FRED B. DALE condition. Will stand inspection by Foster, 411 South Boone street.
any mechanic. Will consider trade 11-11-tfc ,
for Ford and part payment. Morton
[ DAVIS" GILES Coun se H. Jones & Son. 11-13-tf WANTED
F. A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor
Our stock ofWinter
FOR SALE-New Georgia cane syrup, WANTED POSITION-A workingnurse
turkeys, chickens, eggs; water wants work at once. Ask at "
ground meal, sweet potatoes, corn and Sentinel office, or address Mrs. Gib-
other country produce, just received son, Winter Park. ll-14-3tc
: I Business Directory I from Georgia. Also agent for pecan | Fall and
trees, one of the largest growers in WANTED Northern Clothing
the South, G. B. Wish Cairo, Ga. woman of set-
Foy Come and get some of the literatureand tled years wants position as house- Z
some of the nuts. W. E. Powell, keeper for elderly gentleman who
BUSY MEN. headquarters on Boone street. would be interested in poultry busi-
[ 11-11-lwkc ness. Address R-100, Seffner, Fla. or
C. LIST YOUR PROPERTY care Sentinel. ll-14-3t Made by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in
with me now, while I have the time ,
to look it over and familiarize myselfwith FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Rhode
( the I made the Island Reds, hens and pullets; TWO GENTLEMEN roomers wanted. and anxious for
talking points. to
1 largest number of sales last winter Ward's strain; your choice for $1.00. 313 West Central avenue. we are you see our
Also fryers. Call or write, W. J.
and to do better this win-
expect even
t ter. :My prospects are beginnig to arrive tion.Barber, just south of Drennen 11-8-Gt Sta-* i ROOMS FOR RENT New Styles and high class tailoring. Best
f and it might cause you to lose I ,
a sale by putting it off. Call todayat
i offices in the Watkins FOR SALE-One horse. <*13 Veach I TWO FURNISHED ROOMS: at 221
building my new and list your property. street 11-4-tf 10-31-3w Robinson avenue, on Lake Eola. place in thefcity to buy clothing.

Real Estate. Phone 555.
seven room house, furnished or un- LARGE, AIRY ROOMS: in new, mod-
( furnished; best residence section. I ern home, not excelled in the citv
I T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. Also fine building lots on lake at a for location and surroundings. Kitch-
t Conscientious work at fair prices. : great bargain to those who will build I enette if desired. 14 E. Amelia, next W.'tHMIimililllllHiMIIMIIIIIMMMIMIMMMMMIIHMIIIMMMMMMM 1YL SLEIVIONSI

1 Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf phone Address 520.Owner. care Sentinel 10-31-1m, or door to the Wyoming. 11-3-tf I' .

: Your general laundry work, French FOR SALE-Good boat wagon; can to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
dry cleaning, and pressing will be ap be used for hunting; cheap. II. C. 10-25-tf .' MIII '
, preciated. Satisfaction and service McDaniel. 10-23-1m II II II I I II II C I I I .11111 0 I I . I . I' I 1I1I1I II II II ,

guaranteed. Open September 28th. -- _

1. Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry, FOR SALE-Cabbage Wakefield Plants thousand., Charleston MISCELLANEOUS . .. . . . . . . .''Mill M 11 M I M 11111:
fr whites 9-25-tf $1.00 .
only. per . . '
Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. GARDEN AND FIELD SEED, millet -

Up to date painting, papering, etc, 10-28-tf cane and lawn grass seed for
, is the kind want. Where to get sale at The City Drug Store, 11 East ;;;
you FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. Church street, "the all night drug I rwftfrftttWe 1
;t Entrican.it? That's easy, phone 636. 1-20-tf W. T. tle.Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine 9-18-tf Cas- store." Phone 632. 11-13-1wkc 1.I

. BLASTING, Subsoiling and Dynamiting -
FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine of all kinds done on short no-
T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. hammock land; eight in grove; the tice. A full stock of dynamite in of Foster Bros' famous iPorslanlyke
Conscientious work at fair prices. have received
present crop of oranges will be from magazine at all times. See L. N. a car
I Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, Lewis 406 S. East street, Orla.do.1113lmo. .
ready for sUing-lO acres in lake, *
i BUYERS AND SELLERSI one and quarter miles from Apopka. ,
Price, $5,000. Address W. II., Box : I MAKE A SPECIALTY of planting Iron Beds
buy, self, rent, and exchange real 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf orange and grapefruit trees; 98 percent
estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla. guaranteed to live. References ,
FOR SALE OR RENTBeautifulnew
over 30 years. Have handled over
cottage, Highland avenue and furnished. Charges, $6.00 per acre.

$20,000,000.10-6-3m Call and F. A.see LEWTER.me. Bruce Park lake Perry, ,in at Water Sunshine Works.Park. R. Address 11-10-lmoc, Box 222, Ocoee, Fla. | There is nothing that will compare with the finish.

.. A. W. DOWDELL, plasterer, mason 10-25-lm.; LOST AND FOUND I that are on Foster Beds, and OUR PRICES for these
and cement worker. 51G '\". ChurchSt.

Phone 420. 10-25-1m Fruit For and Sale-Silver Valencia late Cluster orange Grape buds. LOST-White fox terrier, black spoton ; ; beds are far less than others charge for the same

Vigorous stock, 50c 1 75e 2 each ear and black spot on root the finish. We would
:NOTICEGet : years old.9232m year; of tail; answers to name "Sing." ; style bed that has nothing near

your roses now and have lots H. C. McDANIEL.FOR Reward. Jos. Dawson, 200 W. Cen-
of bloom through the winter. Roses tral avenue. ll-14-3t* ; ; like you to call and see this line; nothing like it 'in

now ready W. H.for BROKAW shipment., Salesman. SALE LOST-Linoleum covered brass tool f the
Nursery stocK, one, two, three and
11-3-tf box cover, yellow, between Peoples
four year old buds; Foster Early,
National Bank city.We
and Lockhart, Fla.,
Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington -
NOTICE ROSES Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahle., last Friday. Will pay for return.
with all cash sales.
Apopka. Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf Chas. P. Dow, cashier Peoples National give coupons ;;
Owing to the cool weather, our Bank. 11-10-tfc .
roses are now ready for transplanting. -
All orders booked for first ship- For Sale
Wood, $1.50 a strand Hand'sCoal
ment should be here by the 10th of up.
33: Acres, citrus and vegetable land, Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf --- -
November.W. H. BROKAW, Salesman. 20 fenced, 10 cleared crop on it now,
ready for planting trees this winter
11-3-tf Who is painter and decorator?
and crop next spring; near school and your Kincaid Snowden
If satisfied the
you are keep one you
church half mile of railroad station
; ;
Don't wait for every one In town to good neighborhood; four miles from have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican,
have Entrican, the painter, before No. 636. 1-20-tf
court house. Special price if taken in
you try. Am too busy to look you next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando.

job.up. Phone 636, and I will be 1-20-tf on the 10-25-tf Atlantic Coast Line I Low Priced Furniture House. II

FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 7 Room stucco cottage, near Eola; from Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida
located right; built right; will be sold NORTH AND WEST ,

over 180 land acres, adapted of good to unimproved citrus fruit cut-culture right.21 of Orlando's most desirable A- "Dixie Flyer" I :. \\\\ \ t\t\t\ \ \ \ :''I\t"\ : : : : :: : : : : : : : : : : : : : :4fiiira

and general farming. These building lots, near Lake Eola; will be 1? "Dixie Limited" -
lands are near Lakeland, I'olkcounty. sold only to people agreeing to build "Seminole Limited"
Would consider any good Orange houses in keeping with the location. "Montgomery Route" '
county property in exchange, as this 10 Acres on north side of Lake "South Atlantic Limited" GORDON'SCARRIAGE\
is my home. I also have a few va- Ivanhoe, overlooking Orlando; al! Pullman cars from Chicago, St. Louis, !
cant lots and one house and lot in cleared; suited for a home site; good Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisvilleand ANNOUNCEMENT II i I
Concord Park addition that are cov- land. intermediate points to Jacksonville -ANDBAGGAGE -!
ered with citrus fruit trees in full 181-2 Acres land, about 17 acres in Fla.
bearing. These I would sell. Come 5 year old budded grapefruit and or- Dining Cars OR. L. H. RAMSDELi. I MR. FRITZ HAUER has opened a
and see me, or address, Wm. L. anges; 21-2 miles from city limits; via TRANSFER D O
Coryell, 201 Concord avenue, west, overlooks 4 lakes; nothing better in ATLANTIC COAST LINE OPTOMETRIST Violin Studio I
Orlando, Fla. ll-15-6tc Florida for the price. Standard Railroad of the SouthJ.
10-23-lm G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., (Successor to Dr. G. F.ORLANDO. mi..) 4
Bouton Brothers, corner Church 38 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. Piano and Furniture FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES j
and Orange avenue. Shoes repaired FOR RENT-Suite of rooms now occupied For particulars call at the address.
while you wait. Best rubber heels by Dr. Christ. Long term T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. Moving a Specialty .AND DO ALL KINDS OF
: 40 cents. Best English tan leather. tenants only desired. Jno. M. Cheney. Conscientious work at fair prices. I IOP'nCAL Hours, 9:00 to 12:00 a.Vhlt ....
Phone 487. 11.151mo 11-13-tf Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf 8 E. Church SI. PHONE,487 REPAIRING j jI I ;


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1, Five passenger Ford, good condition.

Water and Steam Heat Price $350.00.

1, Four Door, five passenger Mitchell. A

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

Nice Meals 50c 1, Two Cylinder Reo Truck. Price $150.OAKLAND .


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(By U. S. Senator Vest of Missouri)
Gentlemen of the Jury: The best
friend a man has in this world may r
turn against him and become hiS: P
enemy. His son cr daughter that he .fYIDSOK "
has reared with loving care may I
prove ungrateful. Those who are J
nearest and dearest to us, those
whom we trust with our happinessand
our good name, may become I
traitors to their faith. The money ,
that a man has he may lose. It: I I
flies away from him, perhaps when I
he needs it most. A man's reputa-j .
tion may be sacrificed in a moment :
of ill-considered action. The people I

pho are prone to fall on their kneesto t ,' ..,. __ z
do us honor when success is withus I For Holidays For Everyday :II: __ .
may be the first to throw the i "-c.o;
stone of malice when failure settles :
,its cloud heads. The I
upon our one 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON
absolute, unselfish friend that man Cheap as Other Meats i : ;
can have in this selfish world, the J
one that never deserts him, the one I 11 H:)rs pDwer: GUARANTEED 3'Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic '
that never proves ungrateful or\ 25c LIVE{ WEIGHT{ 30c DRESSED{ { II Mechanical Oil Pump, Step'Starter and 66S275.OO Refinements)=
treacherous is his dog. 3
Gentlemen of the Jury: A man's FREE DELIVERY i I I 1 j
dog stands by him in prosperity and

in lie poverty will sleep, in health on the and cold in sickness.ground, T- il! Wri ht"& :lHIillrnert 129 Orange Ave.j i

where the wintry winds blow and the 13)) 9trt Orlando
snow drives fiercely, if only he can I Nick fraQ1cisco] t j
be near his master's side. He will eO'aICI! Il l llaDIIDII I'llllaf"I 4 l4 'COIIIIIIO"OIa..DI.IIIIIDIIIIC.GI1 4
kiss the hand that has no food to 1
offer, he will lick the wounds and I The tllll"ilw I alai t. .: "tlf"Tf.f*t f Tttf tf ft iff fit fl Till j
sores that come in encounter with Orange Avenue Fruitman I .., : I II I t till e::>- : I I-frt t n i i i r 1 1 r i I.0* n I.I .'I III 1 1 1 1 1 1'g'i'i I i o p I .j*I 1

the roughness of the world. lie
guards the sleep of his pauper mas- Phone 6O9 1"ll .i f 1 1t
ter as if he were a prince. Whenall
other friends desert he remains. I II t 1111. 11'11' n III n.I I I IREAL' IN OFFICE OR

When riches take wings and reputa- DWELLINGQUICK 1 1i at
.'+.4i1'+ ; . '
tion falls to pieces he is as constantin i
his love as the sun in its journey i i i
through the heavens. If fortune E's'T ATE' !i t RELIABLE

drives the master forth an outcast in Ii '' WARMTH AND 1

the world, friendless and homeless, t COMFORT ARE '... 1
the faithful dog asks no higher priv- i ii
ilege than that of accompanying him 21 SUPPLIED .
to guard against danger, to fight s BY :
his enemies and when the
against We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate. j
last scene of all comes, and death :' !
takes the master in its embrace and i If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay :you to call
his body is laid away in the cold
ground, no matter if all other friends j and talk your wishes over with us. I
pursue their way, there by his grave-
side will the noble dog be found, his The manager of this firm.has had years of exper-

head between his his sad
paws eyes J
ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold
but open in alert watchfulness, faithful ; over a GAS HEATERS

and true even to death. million worth THE ORIGINAL COPPER REFLECTOR GAS
dollars of Florida Real Estate in the last HEATERS

OUR HORN OF PLENTY two years. These marvelous beaters .
develop beat quickly; '
Agriculture is the foundation of We are well posted on the value of all classes and they do not vitiate or F,
prosperity. No one will dispute that dry up the air. .
axiom. It follows then that with our kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all The .
EZXS? is the Original
leading crops worth many million bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real Copper Reflector Gas Heater. k tIt j
dollars more Ethan they 'were last heats by nature's own ;
year, we are bound, in spite of the Estate Bargains. method-that of reflected heat. '
war drawback, to enjoy a general From its shining copper plateit 1
measure of good times in the imme- casts a cheerful glow upon # -
diate future. These may not be so the floor and furniture,quickly { i
evenly distributed, however, as we bringing the entire room to an J
would like to see them. Unfortunately I even,healthy temperature. -- ;
'the South, because of its large j
dependence on cotton, will not enjoy TO SHOW YOU THE VARIOUS STYLES: .
the heaping measure of prosperitythat
falls to the lot of the sections D. WARING, Manager .1
whose chief crops are corn, worth
Rooms and Watkins Block Phone No. 631
$155,000,000 more than last year;
wheat, worth $271,000,000 more, and
J.O: I 11-15-tf
oats, worth $50,000,000 more. But ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. y

the South need not indulge in pessi- .. '. .. UMIMM 1
mism. Even in cotton prospects are. I IHt
much brighter than they were a few I II I; I GAS DEPARTMENTS ,7
weeks ago. Recovery is in progress,

prices are a little better, exports are CONWAY 1 .lllt'ltl'I"I'ltl' MIMilBOMMtOiOtMt'.CM 'I"Q4C"111."I'III increasing, and in the course of the NURSERIES2GROWERS I O'III I.I I'I tiHltaHMmCB I"1 MI MM BMBBIiintMeCHMBBMBMBBiil BBIB'Bi''
next year the world will need aboutas

many shirts and dresses as usual, AND DEALERS IN Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST BEST SELECT OYSTERS, 50c. Quart It is necessary to rent your prop-
and the people of this country at 1 erty now, or it is liable to be vacant 1 1aU
i I All Varieties oi
,least will have the money to buy i Leading; Citrus TreesR. TheWaldeckerFishCo winter. There is a large demandfor 1

them. Perhaps, in the long run, the T. PEEL, Proprietor.Local FOR FISH AND OYSTERS good houses, flats and rooms.. Let
fact that the hit the South'schief Will open an office at
war an advertisement in the classified col- i
product so heavily will prove a Salesman 117 S. Orange Ave., over Curtis & Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP. umns of The Morning Sentinel proveit

blessing in disguise. It certainly will i.! Glen St. Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATE \ O'Neal's Store, about Nov.11-6-tf 20. M. and W. O. COX to you. Phone, or bring your ad. 1
be an incentive to a wider diversifi- ; Box 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida. 10-23-tf in now for the balance of the week 1
cation of crops, and diversification is 9-24-tf r Biggest per cent of profit ever is and Sunday. *
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what the agriculture of the South '' derived from the use of the Sentinel's To be convinced of the predating P
needs more than anything else. IIHII KB- 1 .. want ad. columns. power of Sentinel want ads.-try one. Get the news in the Sentinel first.


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Cities of Country Are Pledging Their
? Capital to Its Support

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I I III III I Venice, Italy] Nov. 16.-Vienna
newspapers received here say that
the advance subscription to the war
loan, the list for which will be offi-
cially opened today, already amountsto
$25,000,000, the city of Vienna .
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having taken $6,250,000, the money ..
being obtained chiefly from depositsin
municipal savings banks. p f> .i<*. .
According to these newspapers, m
For To-day--- Hungary cities are pledging all the
capital of their municipalities in sup-
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, -Tomorrow and every other day, you'll finda port of the loan. i.

check account with the State Bank mighty War Costing England $3,000,000: Day I
J; handy in keeping an accurate record of your London, Nov. .-Premier As- i DO YOU, uNDERsT.A: 'rID .
quith stated in the house of commons I
money affairs. this afternoon that the war already : u itii
lov/ you can personally be fcsnofit-
Take note-how many business men was costing Great Britain from

pay you In cash? Very few-for businessmen $4,500,000 to $5,000,000 daily. ; I tel by the advantages accruing to ..

cannot take chances by carrying money: NOTICE the commmunity by
about. The safe way is the business-like
way-our bank checks. Rumors have come to The Sentinel Tits Federal l Reserve Aci: ?
I that a :young lady is making the
Try paying with checks. rounds of Orlando soliciting subscriptions -
t',I to this newspaper, and seeking Call, telephone or write and we will]] ; .
Ito get the subscription paid in adi i ..
The State Bank of Orlando mail our booklet---just outbich :
vance. The Sentinel has no person ,
in the field soliciting subscriptions.When I.I ; explains this act fully and clearly. : :
there is such a solicitor placed : ,.
in the field the proper credentials
from The Sentinel will be in advance.U. f I .-
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Savannah, Ga., Nov. 14.-San ."':.;Jf'". :"'-: ., ,..',." .: '".:
Francisco was selected as the 1915 : : ,7, r,..::::.;:.;
For ThanksgivingLet meeting place of the United Daugh-
ters of the Confederacy just before
us send for you by parcel post a adjournment today. Nashville and .
BOX OF FRUIT Louisville lost close vote. :: :
by a :
back home for, Thanksgiving. It will I'Th

cost.make a nice rememberance, at a small Good BUSINESS paying business FOR right SALE here in X1EJ: : '. .. r L(:@, .. .0, W.::::: .D-

Orlando for sale cheap. Takes $1,000

Wrights Seed StorePhone cash the money,to swing need it.answer,"Only this parties ad. with Address -i I Ii i!I ':) .: ..... .'.. ..: :. '.' .., "...:0;..........
179 South Orange Avenue office. "Merchant care of ll-15-3tc Sentinel ... .... ...
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