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 18, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 34297093
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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TURKS FIRE[ UPON LAUNCH I ALLIES MAKEADVANCE Orlando Thirty Country Five Tampans Club Will TodayThe Be Host To j. FRUIT GROWERS'

team representing the Tampa ing's entertainment. MEETING

fROM CRUISER TENNESSEE Automobile and Golf Club arrived i This afternoon the officers of the

early this morning in a private sleeper I club Mr. J. L. Giles, president, and
Dr. V. W. Estes, secretary, with the
board of governors, Judge T. P.ar-
AT FIVE POINTS ALONG this morning was met by the recep- low, Mr. H. L. Beeman Mr. L. H. SHIPI'EUS'LEAGrItUET'VITH :

A DISPATCH FROM ATHENS MERRY CAMPERS DEPARTWell 300 MILE FRONT tion committee of the Orlando Coun- Gedge, Mr. N. P. Yowell, and Mr. 15. MR. TENNY
SAYS THAT FIRE FROM try Club and escorted to the San Drew, will receive the guests, together -
Juan hotel where breakfast was with their wives.
FORTS AT GULF OF Known Orlando People GERMANS SHOW SIGNS OF STRAINS served. Thirty-five were in the par- The house committee in charge of RAILROAD OFFICIAL WAS RESENT

SMYRNA FORCED I Leave This Morning for ty.The the entertainment is composed of -
LAUNCH TO RE- program today at the Country Mrs. H. L. Beeman, Mrs. Enda Fuller, *
Recreation Jaunt at
Heavy Rain Hinders Progress Traffic Matters Discussed-Important -
Club will be extensive and elaborate, Mrs. W. R. O'Neal Mrs. James
I of Armies-Belgrade Soonto and an appropriate one with which to Laughlin III., and Messrs. LeRoy Committees Were
open the local club. No effort has been Giles and Wm. Beardall.
i party of Orlando citizens Be Occupied by Aus- \amed-Citrus Canker
WHAT WAS MISSION OFTENNESSEE merry spared by the committees to make The reception committee is com-
departed by automobiles this morn-
II trians Is Report the opening an auspicious affair. posed of Messrs. S. Y. Way, T. P. Discussed "
ing for a camping, hunting, fishing
Play on the links will be started Warlovv, C. B. Robinson, H. Carl
Dispatch States That It Wentto and general-good-time-trip to a delightful Paris, Nov. 17.-The Ypres halt to- promptly at 9 o'clock this morning, Dann, L. S. Dolive, F. D. Guernsey, Three important meetings were
recreation spot near Whittier held in the office of Mr.
Smyrna to Protest I day was the object of renewed vio- continuing throughout the day. and N. P. Yowell. yesterday
I Fla., seventy-five miles south of lent attacks by the concentrated Ger- Luncheon will be served at 1 o'clock The players and their handicapsfor Lloyd S. Tenny, manager of the Flor-
Against III Treatmentof Orlando. The party will be gone for ida Growers' and Shippers' League.
and a dance will feature the even- today's tournament follow:
two weeks. Baggage, man forces, artillery and infantry as-
ten or
British, French I days The regular meeting of the executive
hunting and camping paraphernalia saults being directed from the east committee of the league occurred at

and Russian I I were sent ahead yesterday by wagon and south. Temporary gains were I 10 o'clock, and all but two membersof

Residents I and will reach the camping grounds. enjoyed; by the invaders, several of the committee were present. Thoseat
I some time today or tomorrow. the meeting were L. B. Skinner,
the advanced British and French positions -
London Nov. 17.An Exchange J Those in the party leaving Orlando Dunedin; Dr. J. II. Ross, Florence
telegram from Athens states that ,1 this morning are Mr. and Mrs. W. R. being occupied for a few Villa; J. C. Chase Jacksonville; H. C.

yesterday morning a launch from the I. O'Neal, Judge and Mrs. J. M. Cheney, hours, but at the close of the day the g < xs Schrader, Jacksonville; Z. C. Cham-
American cruiser Tennessee which is and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Y. Cheney. Germans had been repelled and the C, bliss, Ocala; A. F. Wyman, Braden-

anchored near Vurla Asia Minor, en-'[ Donald Cheney will join the partyat allied line was still intact with the town, and J. R. Davis, Bartow.
deavored to enter the gulf of Smyrnato a later date, whenever his brother situation unmodified. The chief interest attached to this

arrange with the auhtorities for "Joe" gets enough hunting and fish- From the Yser to the eMuse today meeting was that Mr. Kirkland,
the cruiser to enter the harbor. The i i i ing to return and take charge of bus- the French made progress wherever. freight traffic manager of the Flor-

forts opened fire upon the American ,I i iness at the Orlando Water and Light they attacked. According to an of- ; ida East Coast, appeared before the
launch and forced it to return to the company. ficial communication from the war committee to discuss certain ques-
ship.The I i office the allies have advanced at five tions of rates and other traffic mat-
commanding officer of the Ten- ,i PEACE IN MEXICO points along the three hundred mile ters relating to the railroad.A .
nessee then informed the governor I battle front during the past forty- committee was named to handle
that he had orders from his govern- Washington, Nov. 17.-Lack of eight hours namely at lIetsau on the advertising features in connection .
ment to enter the harbor and that news from Villa today kept the state Yser, at a point between Armen- i with a Florida Orange and Grape-
he'd decided to execute the orders.At department in doubt as to the impor- tierres and Arras, in the vicinity of fruit day that is planned for January.

the time this dispatch was sentno tant question of peace in Mexico;: ,andno Vailly, and the Argonne, and on the kZ % This committee will be announced
further action had been taken either word came from Carranza Villa heights of the Meuse. h M1 .. eye later. Action was also taken as to a
by the Tennessee or by the forts. or Gutierrez. The state department, hearing before the department of
An earlier dispatch from Athens was while assured that peace is to be restored Germans Wearing Out? agriculture in Washington affectinga
received by the Havas agency which by the withdrawal of Villa and Paris Nev. 17.-The Germans, in quarantine of all citrus stock imported -

said that the American warship Ten- Carranza, has no direct information. the opinion of officers at the front, I into this country.
' nessee had arrived at the port of Rosy views as to peace in Mexicoup are beginning to show signs cf the I At 1:30 there was a joint meetingof
Vurla to put a stop to the ill treat- till today had been due to tele- terrific strain they have undergonefor the executive and finance commit-
ment of the British French and Rus- grams sent here by agents of Secre- a month past in Flanders, and tees on the citrus canker eradication

sian residents.The tary Bryan who, iL snow intimated, I these officers expect that General :I work. This committee reported that
authorities at Smyrna fearinga took for granted what they saw in Joffre's plan of holding the line and more than $25,000 has been pledged.
bombardment have left for the in- Mexican papers. These papers pub- I permitting the German host to wear ax Plans were made for increasing the
terior. The garrison at Smyrna at lished the statement upon every authority itself out in vain but costly assaultssoon amount of available funds in orderto
present consists of 25,000 Turkish that Mexico was going in for will bear fruit.Austrians meet the present needs of the inspection -
soldiers. peace and there was no further use work.
Vurla is one of the ports guardingthe for Mexicon troops or ships around Near Belgrade :Mr. Tenny reported that the inspection -

entrance to the bay of Smyrnaand Mexico. It appears that Bryan's men Berlin, by wireless via London work was progressing rap-
is about 25 miles from the town did not reckon with Valla as an un- Nov. 17.-A statement officially com- idly and that the outlook for con-

of Smyrna and commands a narrow known factor dominating the whole municated to the press today says trolling the disease was very hopeful.
passage of entry from the gulf. As convention and that he had given no that the Austrians' occupation of Bel- lie emphasized the fact that the inspection -

Vurla itself is on the gulf, the above guarantees.BIG grade, the capital of Servia, is apparently must be maintained for along
dispatch probably refers to the Ten- j I imminent. time.
nessee's desire to pass Vurla and en- CHICAGO ROBBERY At 3:30 there was a joint meetingof
ter the bay of Smyrna, instead oft seized the proprietor and three othersin JAS. L. GILES President Orlando Country Club the executive committee and the

the gulf of Smyrna as stated. I Chicago, Nov. 17.-Two gunmen the place, bound and gagged them, legislative committee of the State
: entered the North Avenue Loan bank and robbed the safe of $3,000 in jew- Morning |I Afternoon Horticultural Society. Work is be-

MEN'S OPEN FORUM TONIGHTThe and jewelry store this afternoon and elry and money and escaped. Tampa-C. E. Ball Handicap.Oj I I I Tampa-W. H. Jackson __________ Handicap.12 ing started on the drafting of certain
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I I ---- B. M. Reed uuuu: ______ Oi i,| T. E. Lucas ____________________ 12 bills to properly protect the interestsof
Men's Open Forum will be P. H. Hale ____________________ 4 I i J. Regensburg _________________ 12 the farmers and growers of Flor-
held at the Chapter House, St. Luke'sEpiscopal Sparks and Flashes About The W. R. Bonnacker --------------- 8 j J. D. MacFarlan _______________ 12
J. A. Coates ___________________ 8i i i i B. M. Price ____________________ 18 I ida.Those
church, this evening at J. W. White u_________________ 10 j( L. L. Spafford ____ ____________ 18 present at the last two meet-
7:30 o'clock. Prof. C. H. Baker, offi- Local Automobile World E. H. Hart ____________________ 12i I IL. Mass _______________________ 18M. ings besides the members of the executive -
cial advisor on agriculture, will makean J.1.. Harvey __________________ 12j|| E. Lucas u_________________ 18 committee were: H. H. Hume,
address F. Bentley uuuu_______ 12 J. Hauley ___-_-__________ 18 Glen
on "Agricultural Prospects i W. F. Ferman _________________ 18I B. C. Gillette, _________________ 18 St. Mary; D. C. Gillitt, Tampa;
for Orange County." !I A tourist from Ohio said yesterday front of the building will consist of T. Ed Bryan uuu__________ 18M. W. M. Fielder _________________ 18 Jefferson Thomas, Jacksonville;
Light refreshments and a smokerare that he panelled work and will be partitionedoff : E. Gillette _?______________ 14 i II. B. Roberts _________________ 18 Judge I. Stewart, DeLand; O. W.
on the tapis and every man in :: never saw so many automo- to show the new Buick for J. II. Bonnacker _______________ 121 J. Mahoney _______-, -------- 18 Conner, Tangerine; L. D. Jones andB.
biles in town the size of Orlando Orlando
a Orlando Handicap. I Handicap.
Orlando is invited to attend. which the company is distributor. I Louis Dolive ______u___________ 01; S. K. Guernsey _____--_______-- 12 L. Hamner, of Tampa.
i in his life. And he was not wrongat T. Mathews will do the work and Frank D. Guernsey __________n O. Cestia Lawton _______________u 12
that. There are possibly more automobiles -, direct the When the Dr. J. W. Stagg uuu__ 4 S. Y. Way ____________________ 12
APOPKA HUSTLING CITYNew improvements. L. H. Gedge ___________________ 4 F. D. Barnes ___________________ 12 AVIATOR IN ORLANDO
in Orlando for its size than cork completed the Cook Auto P. C. McNeil __________________ 4 M. P. Yowell __________________ 18
any other city in the United States. I company will have one of the best Carl Robinson _________________ 12 B. Drew ______________________ 18
Statistics to prove this assertion I display rooms in Florida. Carl Dann _____________________ 12 Waters Howe __________________ 18M.
Electric and Water Plant would be acceptable to The Sen-I!1 The Home of the Famous Ford Guy Champlain _______________ 12 O. Overstreet uu__________ 18 Carl Kuhl "Flies" Back to His
very on .Jos. L. Guernsey _______________ 12 Turner Evans _________________ 18
Will Be Erected in a Short tinel. !! Church street, is one of the busiest Jas. L. Giles ___________________ 18 W. C. Temple ___________uu__ 18 Native City to Visit His
Time by Cohoon Bros. The new Packard limousine belong- places! in this section. The Fords and Allen Wrenn __________________ 18 A. Haden --________--_________ 18 Parents and See His
ing to Charles C. Lloyd, of New York, Jlups are certainly winners in thisI D. Batchelor __________________ 14 :Mr. Edgerton _____u__________ 18 FriendsMr.
of Orlando I(I T. R. Cadenas _________________ 12 Mr. Youthers ___u"u__________ 18
was taken from the freight car yesterday I|I I, part of Florida.
Robert S. and Allan Cohoon of and placed on the streets of Dr. G. C. Kollock, Madison, Wis- I'I Carl Kuhl, son of Mr. and Mrs.B. .

Cohoon Brothers, have received the Orlando. It is a beautiful car and (I consin, is the proud owner of a new ORLAND HOTEL IMPROVEOProprietor NOTED AUTHOR ARRIVESIr. T. Kuhl, arrived in Orlando last
contract for erecting in Apopka a attracted much attention yesterday Ford touring car, purchased last night to spend a week at home. Mr.

new electric light plant. They will afternoon. week. Kuhl has been absent from the city

also install a water works plant for John E. Ubelhoer, of Sea Breeze, ||I The Ford agency delivered a new Dean Has Made Extensive and Mrs. Frank E. Channon for the past eighteen months during
the city. P. L. Starbird of Apopka, has purchased a new four passenger( touring car to Mr. H. C. Marr, of i which time he has been a student in
president of the new electric light six cylinder; Packard of the San Juan I i I Chicago, last week. Additions-Entertainment Are Guests of Dr. and Mrs. I one of the largest aviation schools in
Garage Mr. Ubelhoer is Mr. W. T. Hickman of Winter Last Howell at Lake
and water company, was in Orlando company. the United States, and graduatedwith
yesterday and stated that the new from Buffalo, N. Y., and has a pretty Haven, a great Ford booster, was a EveningMr. GatlinMr. high honors.He .
improvements in Apopka would rank winter home at Sea Breeze. caller at the Ford garage yesterday. I has made many successful
among the first of the kind in Flor- :Much: local interest is being cen- !'1 Mr. M. Pool, of Rochester, N. Y., L. P. Dean the genial mana- : and Mrs. Frank E. Channon, flights in various parts of the coun-
tered in the coming arrival of the with his Ford car, is making the Ford ger of the Orland hotel, has com- of Vineland, N. J., have arrived in try, and last week was at the Su- .
ida.The new light and water plant has now Dodge car and the eight cylinder :'' garage headquarters for the winter. pleted various improvements includ- Orlando to spend the winter and are wannee county fair in Live Oak, and
been needed in Apopka 'for many Cadillac. That they will be here i i i i R. P. Foley, of Winter Park, pro- ing the repainting and decorating I I next week he will give exhibitions at
the of Dr. and Mrs. J. C.
years and now that it has come a within a short time was the opinion 'f 1 prietor of the New Semirole hotel enlarging and otherwise making this : guests the Marion county fair in Ocala.
long felt want has been filled. Apopka of Manager Phillips at the Orlando yesterday received his new five pas- popular hostelry more attractive than ; Howell, at their suburban home near The management of the Subtropical -

like a good many other Florida Auto and Supply company.; senger Overland touring car. No. 80, ever. He has likewise spared no ef-I Lake Gatlin. Mr. Channon is a well Midwinter Fair was fortunate
towns in this section, is making not- The San Juan Garage company re-1 i(i from the Orlando Auto and Supply; forts to see that the guests were known and popular author of books enough to engage Mr. Kuhl to make
able civic progress. It is a credit to cei""!c a new six cylinder Packard I,i company. tertained and several evenings of spe-j I for boys. These estimable people are flights in Orlando during the fair to
the state and another indication that Saturday. Its lines are beautiful, and i j I The first Dodge car has been placed cial musical programs of vocal and going to erect a winter home near be held February, as he will, no
Florida is in a prosperous condition.BIG it has attracted a good many people. I|I on th'e market in Detroit and the hrs instrumental selections were rendered Dr. Howell's. doubt, prove one of their drawing .
The Cook Auto company, at the day; it was shown attracted 485 auto- which were greatly; enjoyed.; i i cards.

AMOUNT DEPOSITS corner of Court street and Central mobile enthusiasts the first half hourit Last evening Prof. Henry W. Free- three months engagement with the

avenue, is to be greatly improved in was placed on exhibition. man, of New York, and Miss Julia Langren, one of the large hotels in THE WEATHER
Washington, Nov. 17.-The deposits the near future. :Mr. Cook announced The Orlando Auto and Supply company Oldham, of Knoxville Tenn., gave avery Asheville N. C., and is in Orlandofor Florida: Fair Wednesday and '
of the twelve reserve banks that t yesterday that the entire north frontof I j are due to receive their new artistic exhibition of modern a short time, before going to the Thursday.
opened yesterday have approximatedone the present building would be torn Dodge in a short time. dances which were liberally applauded Mason hotel in Jacksonville, wherehe

hundred and seventy millions of away and that a new front of pressed The Orlando Auto and Supply com- by those fortunate enough to be : and :Miss Oldham have been en- Pianos for sale or rent. Latest
dollars according to preliminary figures brick and place glass would replaceit have decorated their
pany windows present. 1] gaged for the season, to give their music at popular prices. Magazinesand
from the reserve board today. I in a very short time. The nsw: with new signs. Prof. Freeman has just closed a talented exhibitions. daily papers. Curtis & O'Neal.

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the children whose mothers were at- +4 1" " " " " "

nurses, and it is apparent that at
least a majority of the lives so need- INDIGESTION LET ME BEAUTIFY YOUR GROUNDS
State Board of Health Writes
lessly sacrificed might have been S. Tenny Will Talk on Eat Your Favorite Food and Never::
About Care That Babies Fear AfterDistress.. WHETHER A COUNTRY ESTATEOR
Citrus Canker to Lee
saved by intelligence.It County
Should Receive There is a way for you to eat whatever -
is known that at least a mapor- Growers on November your stomach craves. Many will A SMALL CITY LOT

Every baby has the inherent rightto ity of those in the United States who 24th say, "How I wish I could but I have
tried and time it kills ,.
are totally blind, lost their sight every nearly
a fair start in life. through the absolute ignorance or me." BLUE PRINTS AND DETAILED PLANTING IN-
child has fearful Lloyd S. Tenny, of Orlando The real trouble is that people who
But the average a secre-
criminal carelessness of the
profes- suffer the untold agony of indiges- I STRUCTIONS AT REASONABLE PRICES
time getting a start, for of all the sional attendants who brought them tary of the Growers' and- Shippers'League tion do not realize that the stomach

children born in the United States, into the world.To will address the citrus grow- has a lot of work to perform in digesting -
ers of Lee county, at Fort Myers, the food and if crowded with
one in five dies before it is one year the practical workers in the sci- extra labor it rebels and kicks up a
Tuesday, November 24th, on the sub-
ence of baby hygiene there is a never fearful disturbance. Nehrlin
old-before it reaches the age of self ject of the citrus canker.
ending surprise at the ignorance of Mi-o-na, a simple and inexpensive
consciousness. One in four is dead mothers about how to handle and Mr. Tenny will give a comprehensive prescription, easily obtained from
before it is five years old-a savage discourse on this great topic of McElroy's Pharmacy, or any drug LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTAND
- care for their babies. A knowledge will quickly and effectivelystop
comment twentieth century civil- store
on interest to all citrus in Flor-
growers -
which it would I
appear would be instinctive this disturbance or money re
ization. is lacking. They don't ida and will discuss ways and meansto funded. It not only increases the CONSULTING HORTICULTURISTIf

The highest courts of the land have know how to feed the youngsters, secure regular inspection in Lee flow of digestive juices, but surely
decided that the parent has not unlimited county. The meeting will start at and safely builds up and strengthensthe you contemplate planting a citrus
how to clothe them, not even how stomach walls so that what you
the child. It is
control over to bathe them, and concerning their 2:30 o'clock on the afternoon of the eat is cared for as nature inaended.It's will pay you to get my advice.
not a chattel, it has the right to be twenty-fourth in order to give all the needless for you to suffer with
moral and mental the
surrounded by such conditions as will bringing up. ignorance growers that wish the opportunityto indigesion, heartburn, biliousness, Local Agent for BUCKEYE NURSERIES

assure a normal development, both is even more dense.In return to their homes that night. sour, gassy or upset stomach, for Tampa, Fla.
the public schools of Jackson-
physically and mentally, and the Mi-o-na tablets surely give promptand
ville of the children of classof lasing relief and perfectly harm-
meaning of "normal" is becoming every Eat what you want. less. Oltice Above PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
society who attended them in 1913,
liberal each I Sat all want.
more year. you
K more than three of four PHONE 570 n-io-ti
every .were Take postscript and forget it.
Inasmuch as the first five years of a To be convinced of the producing
:physical deficients-77.1 cent. For sale by all druggists.
life are burdened with a much heav- llacked per l-7-d&w-lyr power of Sentinel want ads.-try one. t

: ier mortality than any other similar something of the perfect bod- 1..III..I.I.llltelll..II".I. .'. HIM
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. period, the attention of sanitariansis ily health which was the right of all. ..1.11..1. . IFS--- ---. . I' . . . .1 -
These deficiencies-the larger portionof
being directed more and more to- them-were not the result of her- THE CHASE & CO
ward lessening this mortality, toward
edity, but might have been preventedby
giving children a fairer chance than

they have had in times past, or even proper, which foresight the parent and should watchfulness have- PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs j III III IIII

in times present.. In the present day r-
conditions of society it is manifestly i been intelligent enough to exercise. modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-
And there is no reason to believe that .
the citrus the
impossible that the state shall inter- date machinery, and gives grower
these rather startling figures
vene to influence the prenatal exist- vary I
much from those that would be revealed PROPER PACKING I
ence of the child, but it is not so en-
in every other large city by FIRST AID TOHIGIIEST )
tirely limited as to its subsequent independent I
life. careful investigation. PRICESwhich BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS ,IH
Ignorance is the foundation H
at of
In the practical development of the LOWER
infant most bodily ills. The remedy is to I however, would not accomplish the end desired | ; I''
idea of
a more -
the parent, particularly the supply and apply intelligence whereit by the grower, if he did not. also have available the services Effective from August 1, 1914 to August "
is lacking in the parent, to bringto of 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction -
has obstacle to
a great
the child, through the parent, if during that time: I II III ,
better conditions,
especially among
:possible, but to bring it anyway, the THE CHASE & CO :
the poorer classes where the need of CarRunabout $555.00 '
I proper treatment that will give it at I Touring .
education and of help is most neces
,least the fair chance to live to ma- SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM I 505.00 I''
sary. Ignorance of the importanceof I( I
uret which it has not at i
the physical well being of the I II ent. years If only those who have the pres-responsibility which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, expe- F- O. B. Orlando. All car fully equipped. I:

child in its earliest years, stubbornness and reliable. maximum efficiencyin I
of children would realize rienced, competent Further, we will be able to obtain the i
or pride too often lead to the I our factory production, and the minimum co.t in our '
rejection of advice or assistance. The j that responsibility, the battle for GIVES THE GROWER purchasing and a1e.. departments if we poach an output .f 'I'I'I
I above dates. ,
better things would be than v 303.400 car between the I'
only effective means is through the j;half won. more HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS And should we reach this production, we agree t. pay aa i'i't11 '
services of district nursing, or district -I I buyer" share from sn to ISO per ear (on or about :
AUltu..t I.un to every retail buyer who purchase a anew
instruction, where infinite CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
by between August 1. 1914 and August I. 1915.
Eat all want. Ford car II
patience and tact, the needed help Eat what you you want. GROWERS'. MARKETING AGENTS For further particular regarding the.e low price and profitaharinK I:

may be applied.In Take a postscript and forget it. plan. see I

Florida's largest city more than For sale by all druggists. CEI-A..SE &: C." F. G. RUSH !
one-half of the children born in 1913 17d&wlyrEven

were ushered into the world by midwives a Sentinel want advertise- I? Main Office, Jacksonville, FloridaA. Phone 226 II

Among the 859 children so ment wouldn't locate a knocker in Or- R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. III

attended, the deaths from lockjawwere lando. Hence the wonderful growthof 9-30-d&w -

three times as many as among this city.
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The Florida .Real Estate and

I Investment Company


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

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

have to offer inS


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

The Coming Center of the Citrus Fruit Industry


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

t leave Orlando first part of next month.

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i Phone 570 OVER PEOPLES NATIONAL BANKIncorporated I

; $ ,OOO.00paidup
Orlando Floda Total Responsibility: I
0 t
; Surplus 25,000.00 $50,000.00

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Much Money Freed When Twelve

When a man hands you a "pack- 'I
Banks Opened YesterdayWashington '
age" open it and consider the inci- Regional The cranberry crop in New Jersey J GRAND

dent closed. is proving to be a "whopper" this'

There's many a person who has Nov. 1C.-Secretary placed in their vaults. Cash reservesin :year. Growers declare that one mil-

taken a full correspondence course in McAdoo early today signed the form- the twelve regional banks is estimated lion bushels of the berries will have I I
swimming who is afraid of the water. at $250,000,000 drawn under been picked when the harvest now I
al order announcing that the twelve
iXhe moon has the advantage of a the currency law from present reserve under way is completed. This would I TCXDA.YClflRA i
lot'of men. It can get full as a tick regional banks were established and agents of the member banks. mean an increase of thirty per cent.

and still have a last quarter. ready for business. It was the final over last year's crop.

Fishermen may all be liars but did step required to set in motion the Much Money Freed Whether the historic side dish of 4Jt

you ever start out to buy a good milk nation's new currency system and New York, Nov. 16.-The federal the Thanksgiving turkey will be

cow? found the regional banks ready for reserve bank of New York at 62 Ce- cheaper this year has not yet been KIMBALL YOUNG

No boy can understand why any- operation.The dar street, the largest of the twelve decided by growers, although indica-I '

body should want to maryr his sister. regional banks which will serve regional instituions to operate under tions are the supply will!

The woman with the most false as centers to provide for the com- the new financial system of the demand. The present quotation of
James Kate Price and '
hair usually has the worst pronun- mercial requirements of the country United States, opened for business $4.50 per barrel is $1.00 less than last Young,

ciation of "coiffieur." have been established in New York, today. year's price at this time. However,
Flora Finch in
Which leads us to the truism thata Boston, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Chi- Before the opening hour, member the berries can be kept in cold stor- !

man doesn't have to be able to pro- cago, Minneapolis, St. Louis, Kansas banks began transferring their reserves age for four months to draw a postI I

nounce chauffeur to hire one. City, Atlanta, Richmond Dallas and to the new institution, whose season profit. 'David Garrick ;

When the bride no longer is a San Francisco. Their operation for ., deposits, it was believed, would approximate -
Get the news in the Sentinel first. ,
blushing one the honeymoon is over. the next few months will consist $100,000,000.The .

The successful grave stone seller largely of the rediscounting of notes, I National City bank made the I A 1
Vitagraph two part comedydramaThe
can truthfully say that his goods drafts and bills of exchange. Later largest payment of any local member 1 ,

stand at the head of many an enter- their field will be extended to permit ', transferring to the regional bank ANNOUNCEMENTMiss
prise. them to exercise remaining functions gold to the extent of $16,000,000 and greatest piece of acting on j

When a woman wills that she won't defined by the currency law. ,000,000 more in currency, makinga
the wis man takes new hope. Embraces 7,571 Member BanksIn total of $21,000,000 of its reserves. Lu Halsted is now record 1;

the new system are 7,571 mem- As a result of the system inaugurated -
ready:: to take orders again
The harvest is fast ber banks with authorized
season ap an capital today approximately $150,000000 ,- a
proaching. Try a want ad. in the placed at $106,795,600. One-sixth of to $175,000,000 of reserve mon- for Place Cards, Score a

Sentinel. Results guaranteed. that amount has been called in and eys already have been released here. "
_. Cards, etc. Samples at LOVE AND THE FLAMES
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residence 112 Grace St. j
vites his Orlando members and ,

Florida's Biggest Orange STRONG SUNDAY SERMONDr. friends that to visit these services and ii-17-i w Phone 681. A screaming Lubin comedy

pray grea tgood may be accom-

Poulson Delivered an Excellent plished. l

Address at Lucerne JhDECISION
Grove BargainTwenty 131 SHIPS WERE ADDED TO TilE
MorningIn OF 1

his at the Lucerne Sun- "
sermon ,
Washington, Nov. 17.-One hun- JIM OF ARRELLA
acre Grove on beauti- day morning, Dr. E. T. Poulson, us- dred and thirty-one ships were addedto ,
ful lake 21/2 miles from Post ing as a text the words of Peter:
the American merchant marine in
Office, Orlando, near hard roads, "To whom shall we go?" presentedin October through transfers from for- THE[ ANNOUNCEMENTof A Selig drama 1
a forcible manner man's two-fold
schools and churches. 1300 eign registry and construction of new I
nature. "Just as the physical
or ma- vessels in the United States, accord- --
Grapefruit and Orange Trees, terial side of man craves somethingto I
ing to an announcement today by the
one-half in full bearing, balance feed upon, so does the spiritual, bureau of navigation. One hundredof -- -- '

and God, as revealed in Jesus Christ,.
will bear next year. Present I the new ships-ninety-two of That Orchestra
is the only thing that will satisfy
crop on Grove estimated at wooden and eight of metal construc-
that longing. Man has resorted to
3000 boxes. About 7000 Nur- tion with a tonnage of 21,724-were
reasoning and to Atheism in diligentbut
sery Trees ready to bud now. futile search for satisfaction for built steamers in American five yards.sailing Sixtyeightare craft and ao L LONA&! &

Good 7-room house and out- the soul's desire. No agnostic who twenty-seven unrigged.

buildings. If sold in ten days has dethroned Christianity in any life Atlantic and Gulf ports contributed ONLY .
has been able to offer substitute
will sacrifice for 12000. a
owner fifty-seven of the ships, the Pacificcoas
acceptable to the troubled soul.Man's .
We are exclusive agents for this i eight and the great lakes twen- 5c lOco
spiritual nature is also the
property. ty-two, and western rivers thirteen.
great medium through which God reveals -
The vessels
thirty-one foreign
Himself. To some extent lIe is
Atha transferred to American registry aggregate HILL
revealed in nature, but through no
98,608 gross tons. Most of I
medium is He so perfectly revealedas .
them were built in the British Isles. -- -- -- -
114 South Orange Are. Ground Floor through the spiritual nature of

man, and the who denies the
Phone No. 311 person
immortality of man is one who has FOR HEAD COLDS OR
not the conception of human natureas THE OLD RELIABLE .=

Wood/ Wood Wood taught by Christ.At ANY CATARRH ILL

the evening service Or. C. T. Surely use Hyomei; it quickly DANN'S TRANSFERDr.
Douglass filled the pulpit, he and Dr. clears the head, stops the disagreeable The PrettiestSUBDIVISION .
nasal discharges, soothes and
Excellent Core Pine Wood Sup- Poulson having exchanged places.
heals the inflamed lining of the air B. D. WIENENGA
plied in any: quantitySPECIAL He used as a text, "Eye-witnesses of passages-you feel better at once. '"
His Majesty," 2 Peter 1:16, and delivered When your nostrils are dogged
a sweet, simple, gospel ser- you suffer with dull headaches, or
have that consant frog in the throat Livery Draying and HaulingWE
PRICES ON characteristic of him.
FIVE mon very Hyomei is the remedy that will give ,
STRANDS OR MORE At both of these services excellent' the quickest, most effective and last-
I music 'was furnished by the usual ing relief possible-it goes right to
choir, having a valuable addition of. the cause of the trouble and quickly
: ends your misery. You simply Ever Placed GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
ELDREDGE \ two solos beautifully rendered by breathe Hyomei using the small inhaler -

Mrs. Park Trammell. At the morn- that comes with every com- ..
Telephone 375 ing service she sang "How Sweet the plete outfit.
Name of Jesus," by Fearis, and at Hyomei immediately reaches all the On The Market AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
South Street, near A. C. L. raw and inflamed tissues lining the
the evening service, "Coming of the nose and throat driving out the
Tracks King," by Roeckel. Many expres- poisonous secretions and healing the
Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
headaches vanish-
9-1-1m sions of appreciation for her servicesas
you breethe freely. Even the worst
well as complimentary to her voice
cases respond quickly. It is impos- HORSES FOR SALE
Real Estate were heard. sible to use Hyomei and not be immediately -
Boughtand Dr. Poulson is assisting Dr. Douglass benefited.
of Winter Park, in a series of Hyomei can be had fromMcElroy CARl 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
Sold.City Pharmacy, and is very inexpensive.W&F. OANNI
meetings during this week and in- I

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Done. v' _' P 3 :@ Do not about
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Office at Pinehurst ParkP. i rt J1 .j::
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O. Box 281 1-.. =----==-- -""'- I;: ',.," Plumbing Sewering
PHONE 403; 10-8-lm i w,4,Dam Son.i ."*.It-. i

I ;,= Put a Good Roof on a Good Bam :,1. I -
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I rl- This is a model dairy-fancy stock, scientific stable arrangement --_ I
--everything just right. And the roof selected for

.Pill Street.JEWELER t. "=" this up-to-date dairy was = I We will do it for you and you pay when you


1 = I get .

: = Th. Real Rival of B.., Shingle =

i The matter of price had nothing to do with its selection. /NCTowsET Paroid was '
make a special of Fine i chosen i because it last longer than shingles and adds protection-therefore makes a Call on F.IOSEPHRHPllBINGandpHNGCO.
Watch, Clock and Jewelery Re- better and safer roof. Yet NEMNSCT/ Paroid actually costs less than shingles both to _
pairing; Diamond Setting,Ring I buy and to lay. Yon will agree with leading farmers everywhere when yon really I I'I ;
and kao.liEP..sET/ Paroid. It is the permanent-wear,economical roof for bares stablesall
Spectacle Repairing. 'I -
farm buildings. =
Bring me repairs others have ,
failed them to do, and I will repair Cor. Graves and Irvin Streets
satisfactorily or no charge. --
lly prices are reasonable. hr

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CHAS. VATER I b. -";; ; :; =

JEWELER r l'.J f\ !- I
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Ea: "t Pine Street, at Young's

Repair Shop ll-l-d&w-lm Jos. Bumby Hardware Co, .L1 I : :

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THE DAILY A. Robinson, and T. J. Dem-

South Florida Sentinel )rtauhILl Cushman-Mason -'
I nrtrty
MORNING AND WEEKLY Mason, of Augusta, Ga., and
W. M. GLENN .... Editor ,
of Maitland,
W. C. ESSINGTON ......Bannru Manager -Edited By Miss Eliza Wri&ht- were
in marriage at the
--- - ---- Baptist 1
Entered at the .toffice at Orlando. FlorIda Residence
po Office telephone No. If9. telephone No. 2$4
Tuesday afternoon by the ,
a* Second Clara Mail Matter. .
Poulson. Mr. Parsons, of i
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARNov. Be the Tie That Binds," and a friend of the was
Daily C Months eo.................... 2.50 groom i A CLAIM DEED
Daily a M.nths ...................... 1.25 I Macy offered a prayer. at the ceremony. The groom QUIT '
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .50 18th21st. Judge Fee a Guest employe of Chase & Com-
tfeeklr. T Year ...................... $1.00 Dr. and Mrs. P. Phillips
Weekly. 6 Months .......eo.......,... 75
Wednesday their houseguest Judge Fred D. A. R. Benefit
ADVANCETO golf tournament. Fort Pierce. Chapter D. A. R. will TO PROFITS

ADVERTISERS: 3 P. :\Wednesday Afternoon Card Mrs' Blackman to party at the home of Mrs.
: Club; Mrs. Walter Wescott, hos- Mrs. W. F. Blackman, of Jackson, 305 East Church
Copy for display and all other handsciadTertininr tess.
matt be hand eo in at the "1I in". Unity Circle; "Be Fair to the Or- Park, will give a luncheon Saturday for the benefit
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m, Wat- afternoon in honor of the Cross fund. The playing
thodox Christian, Mrs. May IMMENSETHANKSGIVING
the day before publication. This role. applies
to changes for contract advertising; it ii son. silon Sorority of Rollins College. at 3 p. m. and everybody
invariable and will be strictly adhered to.SuIwcr'iCers Club
3to6P.M. receptionto
-Country guests from Orlando who are to attend. The small sum
; desiring The Sentinel discontinued the public. will be Mrs. F. A. Curtis
should notify the office in writing on 8 P.M.-County Club dance for cents is expected from
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be members only. member; Misses Ada Bumby, play. Arrange your table
continued at the regular subscription rates SALt !
v until notice to atop is received. Thursday Howard, Mary and Fannie friends.
Telephone Numb r ...................... 24 3 P.:\ .-Rosalind Club afternoon; j and Mesdames Gray Rush, John'f'I your
Mrs. :McElroy, chairman.
WEDNESDAY, :NOV. 18, 1914. Young Matrons Card Club; Mrs. Glenn, W. C. Essington, and I NOTICE
--- OF
Fishback hostess. Fishback.
Davis ,
The Lima Dail News the fellow -
says will be received by the Post-
Edwin R. Weeks Concert com- M. E. Church Bazaar
who drops peanut shucks on the pany, at the Grand. t i for removal of the Govern-
!\> floor of a moving picture theatre, so Friday The ladies of Methodist !s I Fixtures and Equip-
they crunch under your feet, is of 3P.M.-"Apron showei" and social completed their plans Tuesday the building in the Arcade MILLINERYREADYTOWEAR
occupied by Peoples Bank,
tea, Methodist church parlors. I.
for the bazaar
the same family as the fellow who Afternoon tea; Misses I101t.S noon they will I hour of 12 M., Saturday,
smokes cigarettes in a telephone P. :\ .-Cathedral School Fortnightly December 3rd, 4th and 5th, .
; booth. Club. building opposite the Grand on particulars may be had on
Mrs. Blackman luncheon for the'K. .
a ; Pine street. There will be
E.'s. McLEAN, Postmaster.
It is predicted that the Europeanwar Saturday booths-the Christmas booth,
will end some day for lack of 3 P.M.Nullos Club; Mrs. Harriet S. Griffin, chairman; Colonial dangerous at all times in Or- LINENS
finances, and yet Mexico fights mer- Miller hostess. Mrs. Will Hammond; Indian keep a tiger, but when a
rily on without a word being said as 6 P.M.-Oyster supper; Baptist ladies Mrs. I. W. Phillips; candy booth is located, the keeper might
Pine street arcade.
to the possible exhaustion of the exchequer Sorosis Club Meeting Musselwhite; refreshments, :\ well have a "whole circus" in- _

whence comes the sinews of Three very fine papers were readat I W. Simmons. After the i part of a menagerie. .iw V O w On.:

slaughter.The the Sorosis i Club yesterday meeting the ladies gathered
o after-I' a cheerful fire with their LATE TO CLASSIFY
noon: "Medicine, by Mrs. '
good ship, Jason, bearing its Coffee or tea, and doughnuts
Branch; 'Mechanics, by Mrs. I -Up to date furnished tntt
Christmas load of gifts for the chil- Thomp-I served.
son; "Discovery, by Mrs. ; all conveniences; 211 Jack- I
> dren of Europe, has sailed. On it tea and lecture will be Charming Bridge Party I Also two light house-
Actual Cost Not
< two flags were flying. One, the stars week at the club rooms. Mrs. J. O. Neil invited a rooms. 11-18-6tc I ConsideredNote

and stripes, and the other, a white friends in Tuesday afternoon to
Farewell for M's. Walton I
Nice comfortable home
II These Prices! They are only a Few
'. flag with a golden star of hope and The Ladies' Bible class of the Baptist bridge and have dinner with family; grapefruit, guava
< the single word, "Inasmuch." church tendered a farewell reception Those partaking of the e trees; six squares of post-I I ol the Great ReductionsTRIMMED
Apply to W. I). West, 510 I
o to Mrs. E. C. Walton Tuesday her charming home, :\ I avenue, or Hotel Astor. I
-< THE OPEN EYE- afternoon at the home of Mrs. Geo. were :Mesdames Salisbury, L. i

The European struggle has taughtthe Macy, on Hughey street. Quiet a .. 1118Imo'i I
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United States many lessons. One number of ladies came to bid Mrs. HATSFour
has been noted in the upbuilding of i
Walton good-bye, as the Walton family -
the merchant marine. During Octo- are returning to their home in [ Prices Only. All New Goods

ber one hundred and thirty-one ships Stanford, Ky., next Thursday. During I I Ii

were added, and with several months the short time Mrs. Walton has : $3.98-$5.98-$7.98-$9.98

more Uncle Sam will have a marineof been in Orlando she has endeared I I

gteat power. Let us hope the time herself to all who have been so for-

is coming when this country will not tunate as to know her. She has been I Every tenth purchaser of a Hat, trimmedor

."f, be dependent upon other nations for the teacher of the class while Mrs. | untrimmed, to the amount of $;;.00 or

J transportation of commerce. Macy was North for the summer. i Fire Insurance over, will receive a $;;.00 GOLD PIECE

0 Punch and cake were served, after ABSOLUTELY FREE.
which all joined in singing :'Blest
Florida State Board of Health
has distributed a letter calling atten- -- -- -- I COATSSix

'. tion to the ills that result from ig- 1IIIIIIIUtl II CI C 110 I Ii

.' norance. Babies, particularly, are \ T. F.HOURIHAN II i I II Prices Only. Every Garment a new one .
neglected. As a result of this negli- COLLEGE COATS STREET COATS
in five infants dies before I I AFTERNOON COATS
gence one Licensed Plumber and I EVENING COATS

the age of five. The parents shouldbe Sanitary Engineer + I I Regular $8.00 to $9.00 for _________. S 6.98
instructed. This can be done bya I

> state wide propaganda in the inter- Estimates-.omp ,; Attended Furnished.to. Jobbing S.Y.Insurance WAY i I Regular $10.00 to $12.50 for _______ S 8.98

est of the babies, similar to the one PHONE 6z9 Regular $13.00; to $17.50 for _______ S 11.98 .

conducted in Indiana. Indiana is one 106 Court Street s I Regular $22.00:: to $23.00; for _____ S16.7S ?
state that has given much attention and Real Estate Agent ;

to the care of babies. A booklet ORLANDO, FLORIDA i I Regular $27.50 to $30.00 for ------ 519.75 I

f. called the 'Baby Book' is widely distributed 4-jllm i PHONE 172 1 Regular $32.50 to $tO.OO for _____- $24.98
through that state. It tells
how babies should be cared for, how _. " II II. ...1 "'- .. I! .
mothers should be safeguarded, and Every tenth purchaser of a Coat, Coat
-- --
Suit or Dress to the amount of $10.00 or
how a community should be educated
over will receive a $10.00 GOLD PIECE
to increase healthfulness. ) 1880 34 YEARS SAME STAND 191-1 ABSOLUTELY FREE.READYTOWEAR.

IMPROVEMENT>> o i J(; Just received, Italian Rye, Rhodes Grass, Florida
X Rye, and a full line of Field and Garden Seed. Our Seed
Under the excellent administrationof
t _.; a are 1914 stock, no old seed on hand. Call Phone or writeus
President Wilson in
sanity nationaland for prices. McElroy Pharmacy, Largest, oldest, most
international affairs has been ev reliable Drug and Seed House south of Jacksonville. Seven Prices Coat-Suits Yours To
idenced. There has never been, in
o PHONE No. 20 2nd door south of Postoffice Only Choose From
the of the
history United States, so PHARMACY
many complex problems confrontingthe 'Ye guarantee every Garment Shown to be
chief executive of the nation as this season's purchase.

during the past year. The presidenthas $15.00 Suits _____________________ 510.98
risen to the occasion and demon-
strated his power, his statesmanship, $17.00 to $20.00 Suits _____________ 513.50

his consummate wisdom, his master $22.00 to $25.00 Suits ____________ 516.75

genius. During the terrible Euro- Gifts That EndureThe $27.50 to $32.50 Suits ____________ 519.75
pean struggle it is a wonder that
commerce has not been absolutely $35.00 to $40.00 Suits ___________ 524.50

paralyzed. But no, nothing of the $45.00 to $50.00 Suits ____________: S29.75 .

sort. Secretary McAdoo has issued a $55.00 $65.00 Suits ______________ 538.50
report that foreign commerce has
steadily improved. very air is now becoming charged with the

"GOATS"The spirit of giving, for Christmas will soon be here.

Tampa Morning Tribune says: LINENS

"No doubt about Belgium"being the'goat' The choice and preferred gift is the one which endures,
of the war, so far. It
sound funny. The Sentinel has may an- because it suggests the continuity of love and friendship, of every description plain

other idea coming in regard to the .

:, "goat"his life business.to save a When baby from a man an risks on- Such a gift is a watch or piece of jewelry.You and fancyr educed from 15

rushing automobile, and in the avert- per cent to 33 per cent be-
ing of injury to the babe sustains an will find at our store everything that would distin-
injury to himself for life he is not low regular. .
called guish a first-class jewelry store-gifts of rare value for the lavish
a "goat; when a mother will
scrimp and save and economize and spender, and an almost unlimited choice of less expensive, but

work and labor that her son or charming gifts to suit the limited income.

daughter may receive an educationshe
is far from being a "goat;" neither -
was Alexander Hamilton when his We are sure our selections will'please: you. .

superb genius gave to the United

States a sound financial foundation

and permanency of power, the result
causing an early death. The Tampa DICKSON YES CO.

Tribune paragrapher used the wrong
word when he mixed his slangy vocabulary T.H.EVANS !

with proper English and
sliced in "goat" for of hun-
any one a
dred other noble words. The Bel- JEWELER I I .DEP ARTMENT STORE.

gians fought for a cause; they were .. .. I

defending their country against overwhelming I It411111. r
odds. They were not Orlando Orange Avenue Florida ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEr.

"goats;" they were the bravest and

most courageous nation in world's [

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W. M. White of Springfield Mass., Mr. and 'Mrs. Merle McElroy re- MtMMMMIMitMMMIIMIFAVORIE = __iL.-' t
LOCAL AND PERSONAL writes The Sentinel that he will ar- turned yesterday from Birmingham

rive in Orlando in the near 'future Ala., where they attended the White- THEATRE ii GET IT AT ALLEN'S
Mr. A. M. Nicholson the taxidermist to spend the winter. Drennen wedding on November 10th.
left yesterday for St. Petersburg On the way home they stopped at I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I

on business.Mr. Mr. W. L. Dolive left yesterday for Jacksonville.The Admission :5>> cents i
Lake Hamilton where he will remainfor E
R. D. Waring transacted busi- several days attending to busi- Ladies' Aid Society of the U
ness in Kissimmee yesterday returning ness interests.The Methodist church will hold a rum- 1111111111111.111111111111 OUR NOVELTIESARE I
in the evening. mage sale Friday and Saturday af- Reels
city council held its regular ternoons in the Granniss building, on 101 Bison. "The Nation's Peril."
Miss Roberts and Miss Bentley of meeting yesterday morning routine Pine street. Any donations will be A two reel feature with William Clifford SURE TO PLEASE YOU = I
Winter Park spent yesterday in Or- business being transacted. Nomat- gratefully recieved. Please phone Marie Waldcamp and Sherman
Bainbridge. Produced in Honolulu
lando shopping.Mr. ters of importance came up for dis- 528. by HenrylcRae.. MESH BAGS VANITIES) I
cussion. Rex. "The Career of Waterloo Pe-
B. L. Hamner advertising :Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Kinsella of terson." The most unique comedy of STAMP: BOXES FILES
manager of the Florida Grower was Orlandofor the year, with Philip Smalley, Rupert
Mr. LeRoy B. Giles returned yes- Grand Rapids, Mich., are Julian and Ella Hall. NAPKIN RINGS CUFFS
in Orlando yesterday from Tampa.Mr. terday from Fort George. Mrs. the season and are pleasantly located Imp. "The Skating Bug." A one
Giles who is visiting her parents at at the home of Miss Cora reel comedy. CIGAR CUTTERS WATCH BOXES
W. L. Dolive left yesterday af- that city will not return to Orlando Crotts, on Palmetto street. Mr. and
ternoon over the Atlantic Coast Line until Saturday.The Mrs. Kinsella have spent several win- ETC.
for points in the South on a business ters in Miami; also in California; but FIRST ALARM IN 4 MONTHSOrlando e s

mission.Mr. friends of Mrs. P. T. Billingsley decided to try the City Beautiful this
will regret to learn of the serious year.
of Fire Department Was
J. R. Copeland president
illness of her sister Mrs. Boynton
the Copeland-Inglis Brick company in the Ocala hospital. The latest tel- Mrs. C. C. Lloyd, an estimable ladyof Called Out and Then

Birmingham Ala., arrived in Orlando egram says she is doing as well as New York, has arrived in Orlandoto Returned-That
yesterday afternoon on business.Mr. could be expected.' spend the winter and is pleasantly Was All
located in Mr. II. Carl Dann's home

C. J. Johnson of the Dodson Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Furlong of 519 North Orange avenue. :Mr. Lloydis The Orlando fire department was
Printers' Supply company Atlanta Homestead Pa., regular winter visit- a prominent business man in New called out last evening for the first
Ga., spent yesterday in Orlando on ors to Orlando arrived yesterday af- York and important matters detained time in nearly four months. The
matters of business.Mr. ternoon from the North and are him in the metropolis for a while. He alarm was sent in from 410 North

pleasanly located with Mrs. :M. E. will be down a little later in the sea- Orange avenue, and fortunately 11
Messrs.. and W. H.:Mrs.Merriwether. Rogers and Chas.and Clark 201 West Central avenue. son. I turned nature out to that be the of such department an insignificant upon- Manicure and Toilet Sets

Faucett of Chuluota were among the Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Goodwell of George II. Wygant, manager of the reaching the scene had little else to
visitors to Orlando yesterday.Mr. Ashtabula, Ohio, hive returned South commercial: department cf the Tampa do but return to headquarters. U in silver and Parisian ivory, we have a fine stock of

for the winter at..1 l are .pendi.i a Electric company the rest: depart- these for to select from now.
: L. D. Jones general managerof few days in O, -nda, but ex eto ment of i:.. kind in the Southeast, left PERKINS TRIES TO COMMIT you 0
the Florida Citrus Exchange with Orlando, to
occupy their w.1.ee homo: i. Pine jeslerda: for en route SUICIDE
headquarters in Tampa spent yes- Castle! this seaf n. Atlanta to attend the i.ieeting of the D
terday in Orlando.Mr. southeastern sectio of the National
Charleston, S. C., Nov. 17.-W. II.
There will be a meetiit' of the Electric Light! Assci:.ton. Of this Wright of Utica N. Y., who was a 3.11eI c Oo
D. L. )McKinnon one of Winter Woman's Relief Corps at the home orjrarizati! .,n r*r. W.'i nt is secretary wounded on the Mohawk when C. B. ,

Garden's prominent and success- of Mrs. Stapp Fast Pine street, on ::nd treasurer.-Tampa Tribune. Perkins, of Boston fatally shot F. n JEWELERS

ful citizens was a visitor to the Thursd: y, Xoverr JC" 19, a'' '; oVr-k. W. R. Hinman and wounded Captain
county metropolis yesterday.Mrs. A full attendan ij desi:('1. Miss rI rs. I. J. Rame' : rnd son, :Mr. I. I Ingraham, left the infirmary today. RELIABLE REPAIRING."WING GUARANTEED."

CanfielO, secretar,. ?I. Burnt, soothe fid brother of Captain Ingraham is rapidly recover-

E. N. Holt of Green Cove Miss Sylvia B. Barnett, the popularand ing. Perkins tried to commit suicide I, ..rs is O
Springs who has been visiting rela- Mr. Chas. A. Granniss arrived last efficient stenographer in Mr. M. with broken glass by attempting to

tives in Orlando for several days returned evening from Waterbury, Conn., and O. Overstreet's office have arrived cut his throat but was not seriously ."IIIIIIIIIJOlllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllll.II.I13k -
home yesterday.Mr. will spend some time in this section.Mr. from Chicago Ill., to spend the win- hurt. His brother-in-law has en-
Granniss home ter and are pleasantly located at No. I
owns a pretty on gaged counsel.
: S. W. Eldredge, one of"Apopka's West street and is one of the largest 9 East Washington street. Mr. Bar- I ,urn $;
nett has accepted a position with the ?
leading merchants and postmaster and most successful citrus growersin U I II 11111 Q 10 11111111 t
spent yesterday in Orlando on this county. Many friends are de- Walter Drennen company as book- ;
business. lighted at his return. keeper. : f
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the southeastern section of the city :

was cut off yesterday morning whilea
A Message On new feed wire was installed by the :
6+ '.. Orlando Light and Water company : Department Store ;

to supply the new motor at the ice :
SafetyFnrst cream factory of C. II. Hoeffle near '

Liberty street. Mr. Hoeffle has : BRAN EATERSWe
Straight a factory placed in the factory a new five horse :
that knows its business power motor. He returned from Eus- China and
and possesses :G tis yesterday with a new Buick de- have bran by box or bran bis-
*sincere ,
for it.patrons.'f.. I FIVE ? livery automobile. Glassware j \ cuit. We can also supply you with home
::) I ; : CROSS TIE-and The a MULES WANTED-One pair of good ; ; made bran biscuit. Send us your orders.
:: :1I I large mules wanted for the winter
I Ii Safety First Symbol. months. Good weight and terms. Cooking
DonT -
"' / Box 604, Orlando postoffice. I
;; J. skid tire tread formation
f' / 1118tfcOSTEOPATHY
T / with the down-to-bed-rock Utensils
.: driver clutch that gives the car .| i New Modern Grocery jj
/ control-Security.
:/:: I Watch window for !
#:::, -II The Goodrich day specials. i CARUTHERS & GORE

i f I Safety Tread TireS Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo 128 S. Orange Avenue ;i; Phone 200. 6 and 8 East Pine Street. '. \
Safety First a g extra charge tor house treatment

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W. Kingsley Proprietor We have employed an expert

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LUCERNE TODAY I look like new.


Drop in and see him, we guar-

All the news while it is news.

"NIEDA antee satisfaction.

Beauty. Weird Romance of Wilderness..


Majestic. An Interest-Compelling Drama.


Keystone. It's a long time since we've said "Hello" to Mabel.

Tomorrow: -"HOME, SWEET HOME," in six reels.

!t I Automobile Coupons Contest.given with every admission, good for the Lucerne Theatre Great S Ian Juan Barage iot .

i. I Same Kittle Prices .

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t BUSINESS FOR SALE J umber Lai:11s and Shingles
Good paying business right here in
SENTINEL Orlando for sale cheap. Takes $1,000
cash to swing it. Only parties with
the money need answer this ad. Ad-
i iV ix dress, "Merchant," care of Sentinel
WANTS I office. 11-15-3tc

s.-.--.... I FOR SALE > a
Nursery stock, one, two, three and
four year old buds; Foster Early,
The Morning Sentinel Want \..
Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington
is the Greatest Want
Ad Medium in Orlando. NaveL Address Mrs. :M. Rafale*!
Apopka. Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf

Cash in Advance.

______________ I RENT-Suite of rooms now occupied -
For One Day 23c; Dr. Christ. Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________50c [ by desired. Long$ term ,
tenants Jno.
For Six _______________ only M. Cheney.
Days 75c ; 11-13-tf -- -- --
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For One Month ____________$2.50 -
This all ads of .. I11I I 11111 . III t II II 1 1:1': + r" . t t t. 0 . I e I I I e ,..y-r...
rate applies on FOR RENT-For season, only, fur- .. I 8 Ii I I.U I II 11 C [ I I I I Ie I I I I tttM > I >BUM> if MM t t f ** I I C I t I .. it IW.
25 words less. If the ad
or con- nished
bungalow, near Lake Lu-
nice piece of property with a tains more than 25 words the rate No children. "
cerne. "Bungalow
good house and about 3 acres of will be one cent per word for
land beautifully situated between each additional word, for each in- Box 345. city. ll-17-6t :B-C7ITE:
two lakes only a few minutes to sertion.If .
FOR RENT Furnished
Post Office with an orange grove you can't bring your ad to
sleeping porch at 203 America
9 the office telephone No. 24. Ac- street. 11-U-1wkc
counts opened by telephone will be
payable the following day.
5 acres in good trucking land FURNISHED ROOM for rent; con-
venient and pleasant location. 202 Important friendships result from the right introduction, and
7 I Every Home-Every Business- East Robinson avenue. 15-3t .
Every Man has use for a the most important ones come through the right banking con-
A city home, corner lot at a bargain Sentinel Want Ad.
FOR RENT Furnished for light
price housekeeping, suite of large pleas- nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We
? FOR SALE ant rooms; all modern conveniences;
I also two nice sleeping rooms; private invite with where inter-
to an account us a personal
A new 5-room bungalow, large lot, ROSES IN ENDLESS VARIETYJust family; close in. 312 North Main St. you open

1 at a very low figure received and ready for your ll-15-6tc. est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
? inspection, three thousand roses.
B W. R. Spier, 406 Hughey street. FOR RENT-Furnished apartmentsfor
l A 10-acre orange grove the ll-17-6tc light housekeeping with all con-
t owner wants sold at once. veniences; also sleeping porches. 307
f FOR SALE-One 16 foot launch and East Pine, between Liberty and Lake BANK & TRUST CO.
Read over the above and come skill and boat house all new; one streets. 11-15-61
". in and have talk with
a us. 20 Stephens with
gauge pump gun
. two sets of barrels, new; one pointer I FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice-
. dof coming 3 old, well broke ly furnished rooms; gas separate 'r 11 I ! I i . IIII'I"'I.r
years :: : : :iiltlllllCLOTHING
I bath new house; adults only. 604 . . . . . .
fast: and wide, retrieves on land and
ORLANDO BUILDING lAND CO water staunch; will give demonstration. Magnolia avenue. 11-10-tf- ...... - -
All will be sold cheap. Inquireof . ... . . . . . . . .
; II North Orange Avenue McMillan's Hardware company FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. .I..II..III.IIII.I..III..U4..IIII.I..I..III..1111.11.11111 .11.11.11.
Winter Garden, Fla. ll-17-3t Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.
PHONE 608 11-8-tfc

FOR SALE-Five room house, one
mile from court house $650. One FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with
Brush automobile $75. In-
Liberty ,
garage; elegantly furnished; on
FRED B. DALE quire Shoe Hospital, 8 East Church Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox.
r C. H. BRYANT street. 11-17-lmo 8-27-tf
;. DAVIS A GILES. CounF. i
A. PEPPERCORN Con aetc FOR SALE-One] seven passenger, FOR RENT-Seven room house
; water -
six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, gas, electric lights bath etc.; Our new stock of
first class condition. Don't
answer barn, stable chicken house; lot 100 by
unless interested. Address
200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange

Business Directory I care FOR- -of SALE-Sentinel." OR RENTAttractiveseven -11-14-tf- avenue. 10-31-tf 11 Ml and Winter |

r I room house furnished; best FOR RENT-Small flat modern con- i Clothing

For residence on lake section.at a Also great fine bargain buildinglots to Knox.veniences, unfurnished. Jas.11-3-tf A. I ,

BUSY MEN. those who will address Owner, care I
Sentinel, or phone 443. FOR RENT FURNISHED-Three It

; LIST YOUR PROPERTYwith large airy rooms, and sleeping Made by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in
me now, while I have the time AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE-Five porch; near Lake Lucerne.Irs.. J. E. ,
pasenger Hudson, in first-class condition Foster 411 South Boone
to look it over and familiarize myself street. *
r with the talking points. I made the $400. Must be sold at once. 11-11-tfc and anxious for to
we are see our
largest number of sales last winter 208 East Robinson avenue. 1-15-Gt you

and to do better this win- WANTED
expect even
ter. My prospects are beginnig to ar- FOR SALE-One twenty-five five- New Styles and high class tailoring. Best
Studebaker in A-No. 1
; rive, and it might cause you to lose passenger WANTED boy to sell Crispets. ,
condition. Will stand
inspection by
a sale by putting it. off. Call todayat Apply 313 West Central avenue,

building my new and offices list in your the property.Watkins for any Ford mechanic.and part Will payment.consider Morton trade city. ll-17-3t place in the city to buy clothing.

H. Jones & Son. 11-13-tf -
Real Estate. Phone 655.
FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Rhode
Island Reds hens and pullets; TWO FURNISHED ROOMS at 221
T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. Ward's strain; choice for $1.00. Robinson Lake Eola.
your avenue, on
Conscientious work at fair prices. W M SLE1VIONS
Also fryers. Call or write W. J. 10-31-3w
Phone 62i). 106 Court St. 8-23-tf Barber
just south of Drennen Sta-

LAUNDRY tion. 118fit'FOR LARGE, AIRY ROOMS in new,mod- I t
ern home not excelled in the citv
Your general laundry work French
SALE-One horse.r13 Veach for location and surroundings. Kitch-
preciated. Satisfaction and service enette if desired. 14 E. Amelia, next MIIIIIIMMMIIM . . ."t-M 11..11.11.1. .
door to the Wyoming. 11-3-tf
guaranteed. Open September 28th. FOR SALE OR RENTAttractiveseven ---
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fwr Phone whites 654. Reel's Steam Laundry 9-25-tf room house furnished or unfurnished NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM III I 11I11. II II II . 111' r II I rill. II11 III II t 11I1I1I II 11I1 i It .

Up to date only.painting, papering, etc., great Also fine bargain;building best to those residence lots who on lake will section.build at a 10-25-tf to adults only. 409 Delaney street. I' : ; "

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is it?the That's kind you easy want., phone Where 636. to W.get T. phone Address 520.Owner care Sentinel 10-31-lm or MISCELLANEOUS I 'I' ;; 1 1We

Entrican. 1-20-tf FOR SALE-Good boat wagon; can .
be used for hunting; cheap. II. C. GARDEN AND FIELD SEED mil-
McDaniel. 10-23-1m let, cane and lawn grass seed for
T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. sale at The City Drug Store 11 East
Conscientious work at fair prices. FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants Charleston Church street, "the all night drug have received a car of Foster Bros' famous
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf thousand. store. Phone 632. 11-13-1wkc
Wakefield $1.00 per
Frank Phillips Pine Castle.
BUYERS AND SELLERSI 10-28-tf BLASTING Subsoiling and Dynamiting -
of all kinds done on short no- Iroieds

buy, self, rent and exchange real FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. tice. A full stock of dynamite in Porslanlyke
estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla., Inquire of Frank Phillips Pine Cas- magazine at all times. See L. N.
over 30 years. Have handled over tle. 9-18-tf Lewis, 406 S. East street, Orlando.

$20,000,000.10-C-3m Call and F. A.see LEWTER.A. me. FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine 11-13-lmo | There is nothing that will compare with the finish

W. DOWDELL plasterer, mason present hammock crop land of; oranges eight in will grove be ;from the MAKE::orange and A SPECIALTY grapefruit trees of planting; 93 percent $ that are on Foster Beds, and OUR PRICES for these ||

and cement worker. 516 W. ChurchSt. guaranteed to live. References!
750 to 1.000 boxes; 500 trees all told,
Phone 420. 10-25-1m ready for s'tting-l0 acres in lake, furnished.Address Box Charges 222, Ocoee$6.00, Fla.per acre. beds are far less than others charge for the same 11; ;: :
and miles from
one quarter Apopka.
NOTICE 178.Price Orlando.5,000.; Fla.Address W. H.9-23-tf. Box 11-10-lmoc ,i style bed that has nothing near the finish. We would I\;i ;

of Get bloom your through roses now the winter.and have Roses lots FOR SALE OR RENTBeautifulnew LOST AND FOUND I like you to call and see this line; nothing like it in

now ready for shipment.W. "
cottage Highland avenue and -
II. BROKAW, Salesman. Park lake in Sunshine Park. R. LOST-Linoleum box cover, yellow covered, between brass Peoples tool the city. vA
11-3-tf Bruce Perry, at Water Works.
National Bank and Lockhart, Fla., I
10-25-lm. last Will for
Friday. pay return.
\"OTICE-ROSES Chas. P. Dow, cashier Peoples National with all cash sales.
Owing to the cool weather, our For Sale-Silver Cluster Grape Bank. 11-10-tfc We give coupons i ;; ;
Fruit and Valencia late buds.
roses are now ready transplanting. orange
All orders booked for first ship- Vigorous stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2 Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
ment should be here by the 10th of years old.9232m .
H. C. McDANIEL.For Coal Yard phone 566. 9-31-tf
H. BROKAW, Salesman.
11-3-tf Sale Who is your painter and decorator?
I If you are satisfied keep the one you Kincaid Snowden
Don't wait for every one in town to 30 Acres citrus and vegetable land have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican. I
have Entrican, the painter before 20 fenced, 10 cleared crop on it now, No. 636. 1-20-tf
you try. Am too busy to look you ready for planting trees this winter
up. Phone 636 and I will be on the and crop next spring; near school and
Job. 1-20-tf church; half mile of railroad station; Atlantic Coast Line Low Priced Furniture House.
good neighborhood; four miles from I
court house. Special price if taken in

FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE next 10-25-tf 30 days. Box 4, Orlando. NORTH from AND WEST Cor. .Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida || \

180 acres of good unimproved cut-

over ture land and, adapted general to farming.citrus fruit These cul- FOR SALE BY II. C. McDANIEL "Dixie"Dixie Limited"river" 1 1. I.I I I t\ i< I i\\ I\\\ \ \\11 MIE 1 OttftMPMM9M MM9l > III : : lJ: t tI
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lands are near Lakeland, Polk county. 7 Room stucco cottage near Eola; "Seminole Limited" .
located right; built right; will be sold
Would consider any good Orange "Montgomery Route"
I '
county property in exchange, as this right. "South Atlantic Limited" GORDON'S' 'CARRIAGE --:;- -;" ;;:"'..... ,
is my home. I also have a few vacant 21 of Orlando's most desirable Pullman cars from Chicago, St. Louis, : I
lots and one house and lot in building lots, near Lake Eola; will be Indianapolis, Cincinnati Louisville ... ... ANNOUNCEMENT I
Concord Park addition that are cov- sold only to people agreeing to build and intermediate points to Jacksonville --
houses in keeping with the location. == -ANDBAGGAGE -- 4"
ered with citrus fruit trees in full Fla.
10 Acres on north side of Lake MR. FRITZ HAUER has opened a
bearing. These I would sell. Come Dining Cars
and see me, or address, Win. L. Ivanhoe overlooking Orlando; al via I' DR. L. H. RAMSDELuOPTOMETRIST
Coryell 201 Concord avenue, west land.cleared; suited for a home site; good ATLANTIC COAST LINE TRANSffR ii Violin StudioROOM

Orlando Fla. ll-15-6tc Standard Railroad of the SouthJ.
18 1-2 Acres land about 17 pcres in G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., (SacccMor to Dr. C. F. Lei;:
5 old T. ROCK
year budded grapefruit :.nd or- Hillsboro l. 8 BLDC.
Hotel Tampa, Fla.
anges; from city limits; A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., .
Brothers, corner Church overlooks 4 lakes,; nothing better in Piano and Furniture
38 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. GLASSES GRIND LENSES
and Orange avenue. Shoes repaired Florida for the price. For particulars call at the address.
while you wait. Best rubber heels, 10-23-1m Moving a Specialty DO ALL KINDS OF
40 cents. Best English tan leather. T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. Hours, 9:00 to 12:00 a.*.
Phone 487. ll-15-lmo Get the news in the Sentinel first. Conscientious work at fair prirps. SLChcrchSt. PHONE. 487 OTICAL REPAIRING i
Phone 629. lOo Court
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Would Have Such a Club in I :
Every City of Florida-
Letter to Sentinel I :

States-Plan I I :, -1

The Children's Home Society of :
Florida, with headquarters at Jack- I:
sonville, is attempting to start a : J
"Save-a-Baby" movement with the I : fOR THANKSGiVING I
end in view of getting such clubs established ,
in every town in this state. : .I
The outlines of the plan are embodied ?
For Holidays For Everyday xy
briefly in the following letter received : I
by The Sentinel yesterday: J: ... .
"A unique plan and one in which !I MMM MW HMN MMi MMMMMHMMWMI MMMMMMMM B M H M i 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON-II Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic !

every man, woman and child in Flor- : Mechanical Oil Pump. Step-Starter and 66 Refinements $275.00.
Other Meats
ida can have a part, has been sug- : as

gested of by the Superintendent Children's Home Marcus Society C. ,: W. WHITNEY WRIGHT, Ss: r1* .

of Fagg Florida, for the purpose of secur- \: 25c LIVE{ WEIGHT{ 30c DRESSED{ { i i iNfM ;

ing funds to continue the great state : ,
wide work of this organization in : FREE DELIVERY :tlI : .5Ia ; IIIII.lliiIIIQIIII .. . . . . . . . ;
half of the homeless orphan, be-I' b I It D I J II 0-++-0.H J C I H III e GlIIII .1 III 10 U 11111 I a II II! 11II1 II 11111111 11111 ... J
needy children of Florida. :
"The plan calls for the temporary I i: !
organization of a 'Save-a-Baby' club [: cifraDiC :
in every city, town and hamlet in SCO i
Florida each club to make an effort I': t I
to secure ten cents from every man, COOK WITH GAS
The Avenue Fruitman ill jl,
woman and child in that town; the 'i: Orange t
society offering a beautiful silver lying :
cup to the club which raises the Phone 609
largest amount of money in propor- : Ii.
tion to the population of that town. t II I II II III ....t,I5"A-11111. ,
Each dime will purchase a share of 1. Convenience 6. Speed ]
II---iliililii, Ii WIIIII i
D I a & II
stock in the 'Florida SaveaBaby'Club .
of which each town will be a 0iREAL 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency :
local branch. Special certificates will '
be issued to the purchasers of ten, ESTATE 3. Cleanliness 8. Safety z
fifty and one hundred shares. It is
not the plan of the Home society to 9. Perfect Regulation
ask any money in place of money 4. Simplicity i
being contributed to some other of Heat 1,
church or charity but in addition to We bud sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If 5. Accessibility
those contributions so that every 10. Economy
church and Sunday school should be you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call
interested in the plan.
"In addition to the money each and talk your wishes over with us.
club will be asked to get up a barrelor
The of this firm has had of I 7. 1
box of children's clothes shoes manager years exper- i EFFICIENCY

stockings staple provisions canned ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a !
goods and preserves, and other arti- b Efficient because the fire need not be until all the food is
cles that children can eat, wear or million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last ; lighted '

. enjoy.be shipped All of to these the state articles receiving are to two years. ; ; ready to be cooked. Because the moment the cooking is done j

for home the in hundreds Jacksonville of children to help provide coming !:: We are well posted on the value of all classes and : : ; the fire is turned off and all expense ceases. Because there is no "

under the care of the society each : kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all J waste as the fire is concentrated on the place where it is needed 1 1i
year. Over eight hundred have already -I:
been referred to the Home society ,, bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real i and none of the heat escapes up the chimney. Because when ;
this year and more are coming I
daily, so that the society must raise Estate Bargains. j you cook with Gas you utilize every cent's worth of fire you buy.
more funds if the good work is to J
continue. I ;
. "Superintendent Fagg has gotten I

up zation information literature of a club in which regard and will just to give the what organi-all each the \WARING'( REAL L ESTATE COMPANYR. ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. ;3I i ir

club is to do, and hopes to have many r
inquiries and many clubs started at D. WAKING, Manager GAS DEPARTMENTViiiaaiaiaaiiiaaaaaaaaiiaieiiiiaMiMBMMiiaiMa8iiMii j
once, as he hopes to have all the 1
money and articles in by Christmas Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf '
time. Any one desiring further information ) MaiiaaijaiMicMicnDr. if 1
.111.11111.llllil.IIII.IIIDllllllllllltllll.IIIII.I.CI1"'l lllllellll'III"JII
in regard to the 'Save-a- j
Baby' movement can secure full information j
by addressing Marcus C. .. .... . . . . . .. . .. .., F. F. ThompsonDENTIST II I I I I' ".

James Fagg, Bldg.state, superintendent Jacksonville, ,,Fla.361 St. CONWAY __ _ Will open an office at Oando rt 'P''P'i'i' i and Wall ii "p Paper p' ; Co.: j 1

117 S. Orange Ave., over CurtisO'Neal's & ,
Fort Smith Ark., Nov. 16.-Authority -
to operate the mines of the GROWERS AND DEALERS IN Store about Nor.11-6-tf 23. AGENTS FOR High Grade Paints, Oils, Varnishes '- '
Bache-Denman Coal company at Prai- Katsomine, Wall Pa- I I'
rie Creek today involved a lockoutof All Leading Varieties oi Citrus TreesR. Patlon's Son Proof Paper,Wall Board, Roof- H
union miners, and as a result the BEST SELECT OYSTERS, 50c. QuartThcWaldcckcrFishCo Paints ing, Brushes, Etc. l
company was granted an open shop T. PEEL, Proprietor.
policy by Judge Frank A. Youmansof Local Salesman sOLD AT THE SUN SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. OrangeAve.THE ( I

the United States court this after-i Glen St. Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATE FOR FISH AND OYSTERS ORLANDO, FLORID* .i it,
noon. Judge Youmans also directed I' Box 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida. Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP.
the commandant of the United States, 924tfKcncuMiiiaiiiiiiieai Special Wall Paper 3000 Rolls at 5c.,4F i
troops at Prairie Creek to grant the 'i 2 M. and W. O. COX I
employes property protection. It .II UIIiI II III .. 10-23-tf 1"'II'III I'IIIIIIQ"illl"I"IDJ"I 'II'II'IIII"

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Orlando Lodges Will Be Scenesof
!i 1 III I I'I I'' i I1 If Ilil I III!I II Many Social Events

Within the Next Two

Olivet Commandery No.4,
Knights Templar, will have a special
session of work in the Red Cross de- '. '..; :,',,: '
gree Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock,
November 20. The candidates will ,
be W. S. Branch, Jr., and John Tur- : Ti.j(
For To-day--- ner. .
Elks MeetingThe .
Tomorrow and every other day:: you'll finda B. P. O. Elks will hold a regular ;-
session Thursday evening No-
check account with the State Bank mighty ,
vember 19. Justin Van Buskirk sec
handy in keeping an accurate record of your retary. The work will consist of! ; DO YOU UNDEUSTA1NDTJts
money affairs. election and initiation. i .
Inspection of K. T. .
flow yon can personally be bcnoIU-
Take note-how many business men Olivet Commandery No.4, Knights :
pay you in cash? Very tew-for businessmen Templar, will be inspected in December -i ted by the advantages: accruing to t
Galen B. Seaman, of ,I
by Daytona
cannot take chances by carrying money grand commander of Florida. the commm'inity by
about. The safe way is the! business-like Woodmen of the World I
way-our bank checks. i 1 I That big log rolling will be on De-' i'I Ddcra Reserve Aci: ?
|cember 2. We expect to invite the'I
Try paying with checks. I
'neighboring camps over and Sovereign -
: Dame, state manager, will be I Call, telephone or write and we will
The State Bank of Orlando with us to help initiate about fifteen! : mail our booklet
---just out---which
candidates. Come out Wednesday ;
night, November 18, and help us pre- : explains this act fully and clearly.
pare for the special meeting.D. .- .
L. Hawley, C. C.
Thos. B. Phillips, clerk.
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Nov. -
Washington 17.-Secretary -
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For ThanksgivingLet McAdoo officially announced tonightthe '
success of the $100,000,000 cotton
us send for you by parcel post a loan pool. The completion of the "
BOX OF FRUIT plan to help the cotton situation is .. ,. ..
back home for Thanksgiving. It will said to have never been in doubt, but ,: ; .' .1' .
make a nice rememberance, at a small had been delayed by selfish opposi- .D' J i &.f '@ D"
cost. tion of certain textile manufacturersand :
local interests who have tried to .
Wrights Seed StorePhone defeat it. In this way the secretary .. _
disposed of reports-that the cotton : ::,-',: : ',' ':,;.'.-. ...
179 South Orange Avenue .
pool might be abandoned. .... -

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