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 19, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00188
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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After Three Months' Fighting Both 1 CENT WILL BE COL- MORE SUBMARINES FOR C. C. HAS BEST OF C. H.

Allies and Germans Deadlocked I

Germans Are Bringing Up Fresh Troops in a Final Attempt to ANY FAMILIES ARRIVETO

Dunkirk and Calais-Slight Advantages REVEL IN FLORIDA I
Win Passage to
of Messages Taxed and Tillman Favors Larger SUNSHINE New Dances Proved Highly

Have Been Gained by the French Artillery
List Messages Exempt Navy and Speedier Ships- I Popular-Elegant Refresh-

"The Crime of the Ages" Continues All From Tax Is Somewhat Wotherspoon Wants Events of All Sorts in Pretty ments ServedElaborate -

Along the Battle Front Increase Winter Park Makes It an
LengthyThe Army LuncheonThe
Attractive Center for
local Western Union Telegraphoffice Washington, Nov. 18.-The senti- Tourists
formal opening of the third
has received an official commu- ment for the four battleship idea of
winter of the Orlando
EXCHANGE TELEGRAPH DISPATCH FROM ATHENS, RECEIVED nication from the head offices in New the naval board is fast growing and Winter Park, Fla., Nov. 18.-The try Club occurred under the most fa-

HERE TONIGHT. THE DISPATCH STATES THAT THE STEAMER York to the effect that a tax of one congress intends to take a broad view winter residents are coming so rap- vorable circumstances yesterday. The
will be collected of the problem if the sentiments expressed -
cent per message that it is hard to opening was featured by the golf
from the senders of messages filed in today are a criterion. Sen-
AND THAT SHE IS ALLEGED TO HAVE 2,500 TONS OF MUNITIONSOF keep track of all' of them. We have tournament staged between teams
any offices of the United States, this ator Tillman, of South Carolina, representing the Orlando Country
chairman the seen Col. and Mrs. Reed, Mr. R. P.
order to become effective December 1. of naval affairs com- Club and the Tampa Automobile and

REPORTS INDICATE THAT TEUTONS ARE MAKING FINAL The manager of the 'local Postal mittee, put himself on record todayas Foley and family, Mr. Steinman and Golf Club, the latter winning by the

PREPARATIONSPARIS Telegraph office has received no ad- favoring a larger navy and speedier family, Mr. and Mrs. Umpleby, Mr. close score o j 25 to 22. The morn-

NOV. APPARENTLY THE GERMANS ARE ENGAGEDIN vice from headquarters but the rul- ships. : and Mrs. Hakes, Mrs. Rogers, Mrs. ing session was all Orlando's but the

ing applies to all telegraph compa- Senator Borah, Republican, and afternoon half too much for
nies it is stated. This tax of one several others also expresed them-
the local team and the tide of victory -
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Mr.
family ,
cent is for additional internal reve- selves in favor of an enlargement of ,
the .
and Mrs.:: the Conklin family,
and is to be collected in behalf naval strength. Senator Fletcher, of
nue Davidson, who has charge of the
Miss Abbott Miss Sherman and oth-
of the Florida, said the thing that impressedhim ,
government.In Orlando club in the winter season an
conformity with this law a tax the most in sea fighting had been ers whose names are not just now
THE NECESSITY OF A FINAL ATTACK WHICH, WHETHERIT recalled.A expert golfer with a splendid reputa-
of cent must be collected from the value of the submarine. He said
one tion, beat C. H. Smith of the Tampa
the date mentioned each sent paidor it had proved itself the most very lively
on power- team the of
a profesional, by score
of the ful and that if the
received collect ,
MARCH ON CALAIS AND DUNKIRK. message weapon navy was two points. This match attracted
Rev. Dr. Poulson is at
under mentioned classes. The tax on to be enlarged the United States preaching much interest, and a great deal of
I the Baptist church each night in a
collect messages will be collectedfrom ought to have more submarines. enthusiasm was manifested in the

Heavy CannonadingNot TURK ATTITUDE IRIS\" the person who pays the tolls. series of revival meetings. contest. From the victory of Mr.

only does today's official state- According to the order received, Would Increase Army President Blackman returned home Davidson the Orlando team received

ment issued by the war office, tell- after December 1 the local office will Washington, Nov. 18.-Declaring from a two weeks business trip to considerable solace.

ing of very violent and almost' unin- WASHINGTONFIRING collect one cent tax on the following it would be impossible to defend the Chicago, New York and other points. The scores for the day were as follows -

terrupted cannonade, bear out this messages: Panama canal and American territorial The annual meeting of the South ,
theory, but further confirmation of it Florida Association of Congregational -
(1) Full rate and night rate tele- possessions against attack with Orlando-L. Dolive, 3 F. D. Guern-

is found in the reports which reach ON TENNESSEE'S grams, (2) day letters and night let- present or proposed garrisons, unless Churches, held here last week, sey, 0; Dr. J. W. Stagg; 2; R. C

Paris from neutral news sources. LAUNCH CAUSES STIR IN ters, ((3) cablesgrams, full rate and they could be rapidly reinforced, Ma- proved to be very interesting and McNeil, 2; C. Robinson, 2; Carl Dann,
Rotterdam dispatches say that the deferred cable letters and week- jor General retired profitable. Over thirty pastors and
OFFICIAL CIRCLES (4)) Wotherspoon, 3; G. Champlain, 1; Jos. L. Guern-
Germans have begun a movement ofa when chief of staff in his delegates were present and the renewing -
end letters, (5) press messages ( report today rec- sey, 2; A. Wrenn, 2; T. R. Cadenas,
large body of fresh troops from of former friendships, the intellectual -
the tolls 15c. ommended the increase of the
amount to or more),
regu- 1 J. L. Giles, 0 T. H. Evans, 2 N.
; ; ;
Fear Expressed That U. S. May
Ghent to the front against west Flan- treats from the speakersand
(6) transfer messages, (7)) lar army to a strength of 205,000 en-
money I P. Yowell, 0; J. D. Barnes, 1; J. P.
<.s and Amsterdam, and advices Become Involved in Strug- forwarded under amended listed He that this the fellowship services were
men. proposed
messages I Holbrook, 0; W. Howe, 1; M. 0.Over. i
hint that troops are also being trans- gle as Result of Smyrna other line force be such as to make life sweeter.
rule trans-
8, (8) messages augmented through a sys- street, 0; S. Y. Way, 0. Total, 22.
ferred from the eastern arena where The next meeting of the Fortnightly -
tem of until there
Episode ferred at improper points, (9) mes- reserves was cre- Tampa-C. E. Ball, 0 T. E. Lucas
; ,
the Germans and Russians club will be held with Mr. and
are engaged -
ated mobile
of all classes received from of
sages au- a strength 500,000 0 P. H. Hale i
; 0; J. A. Coates, 1; J. !
to reinforce the armies of Nov.- 18. Fear that tomatic stations the : first line for six Mrs. L. H. Roberts, next Monday
Washington, telephone pay troops equipped a D. White, 1; E. Hart, 0 J. M. Harvey -
Gen. Von Kluk and Gen. Von Boem. which to the tele- months' night. Prof. Lenhart is to read a ; ,
the United States might become em- charges for quoted campaign. 2; F. Bentley, 0; W. F. Ferman,
It is also that large "Hero
reported a for collection should paper on Worship"A
broiled in the European war as an phone operator 1; J. II. Bonacker, 2; T. Ed. Bryan, ,
number of have been union service of
heavy guns include the one cent tax, ((10) received HOME, SWEET HOME Thanksgiving )
2 J. F. 1 W. R. Bonacker
take taken through Liege apparentlyon outcome of the firing by the Turkson "collect" of all the Baptist, Congregational' and ; Taylor, ; ,
messages 3 J. D. MacFarlane 2 D. C. Gillett
the way to this same battle front. the launch of the cruiser Tennessee classes wireless radio This notable Griffith Methodist churches will be held this ; ; ,
(11)) or mes- masterpiece,
2 J. T. Mahoney, 2 W. M. Fielder
To offset this influx of fresh troops at Smyrna, was hinted at to sages of all classes. in six reels, will be shown at the Lu- year at the Methodist church. Rev. ; ;
3 W. H. Jackson 3. Total 25.
for the German lines the allies them- Dr. Douglas will preach the Thanks- ; ;
in official statement from The tax will not be collected on cerne today.
night an D. Davis, Orlando, 2; C. H. Smith, a
selves are rushing reinforcements and messages of the following classes: "Home, Sweet Home" is a life dra- giving sermon at 10:30 Thursday
the which 0.
department an- Tampa,
relief detachments to their fighting forenoon.Mr. .
of the above in of John Howard
nounced that Daniels had Any messages (ex- ma memory
front around Ypres, particularly on Secretary Western Union the author J. A. Hunter has moved to ;
and filed Payne of the
7 at ,
cept gen-
sent cablegrams to Decker and Oman, (By Miss Eliza Wright, Society j
Ypres Salient. outside the United beloved and "The Pines, just east of town.
offices located of erally
widely appealingsong
both of which in the Mediterranean Editor The Sentinel
are ) :
Advices from the region of St. :Michael : This Mr. Collier and family have moved
take action that could States. ever penned. extraordinary The
to no Tampa delegation who j
published officially by the war Any of the above described mes- photo drama also shows how into the C. Fred Ward house, at were
this without here j
involve the
of Club
government spe- as guests Country
office, indicate that the siege of war- sages (except 7 and 8) filed originally "Home, Sweet Home," brought at the "Lakemont" poultry farms.
cific instructions from the navy de were Mesdames W. H. Jackson, H. S. :
fare is dragging into its third month Two of our local packing houses
other tele- crucial
at office of moments into lives has
an many ,
that the is still devoid ofa partment.The Now Hampton, A. C. Warren, H. S. Snow,
and time.
quarter 'located within the been the and have been running part J
graph regenerating
cablegrams were sent to the company and Miss Dora Bonacker, and Messrs.! J
decisive result. Today's reportsa"S for those that the weather is cooler the fruit
United States.U. inspiration about
after Dan to yield C. J. Smith C. E. Ball
captains tonight Secretary P. H. Hale,
that the Germans have blownup themselves evil will be ready for shipment and keep
iels had conferred with Lansing. S. government messages.C. up to or despair. W. R. Bonacker, J .A. Coates, J. W. j
the of Chauvincourt the demand will
part both houses busy as
which mined. While the navy department has con- N. D. messages ( ) White, E.JI. Hart, J. :M.: Harvey, F.
they previously
fidence in Decker and his ability to Service messages and d.h. company THE WEATHER Bentley, W. F. Ferman, T. E. Bryan,
. Both the afternoon and evening re- Judging by the amount of ammuni-
:steer clear of trouble that might in- messages.: T. E. Lucas, W. H. Jackson, J. II.
ports agree that there is little left to under Florida Fair tion being purchased there will be a l'
volve the United States, it was real- Dead head messages sent : Thursday; warmerin Bonacker, J. D. MacFarlane, D. C.
chronicle in other woods and
happenings extreme north bombardment of the game
of the battle front. From the ized that a false move now might be. complimentary franks. portion. Friday Gillette, W. M. Fielder, and J. T. :Ma-
points ; Leased wire business. partly cloudy.BROTHER. preserves enough to frighten most of
Arras to the Oise the armies are interpreted as a hostile attitude on the game out of the country. honey. 3
the of this Attractive Luncheon \
deadlocked. At and around Craonne part government. Several delegates from the Con-

slight advantages have been claimed Decker was instructed to report TWO RECREATION PARTIESTwo WAS INJURED gregational Sunday school, includingthe Luncheon was served at noon to 1

for the French artillery.STAGUfl. fully the affair before doing any- I pastor, Rev. Enlow, are planningto about sixty golf players, their wives J

thing. Whatever he does the govern- attend the state Sunday School and friends, a long table being arranged !

: ment wants done on its advice and on the screened veranda of
Parties of Orlando Sportsmen Lawrence Gentile Received Word association in Tampa next week.
REV. SYNOD not his own initiative. While wait- the club house, around which every
Current report says that Mrs. Ton-
hear from Decker Departed Yesterdayfor Yesterday of Mishap to Potato
. ing to or Morgen- one gathered. salad, cold J
I sey and our cashier, Mr. Powell, have
I thau the officials are clearly worried. I II' Fort Christmas His Brother in ordered new automobiles.Mr. ham, sandwiches and coffee was the j

Pastor of Presbyterian Church It is inclined to believe that and after the
tonight, I Section Cincinnati Arthur Schultz went to Au- menu, severe playingof

Will Try to Get Synodto I' the firing upon the launch was intended burndale the first of the week on the morning was heartily enjoyed.The .

Meet in Orlando as only a warning from the Hunting, camping, fishing and Lawrence Gentile, a well known business and returned home in a new ladies who served were Mrs. Carl

port, which is supposed to be closed recreation fruit in Orlando Robinson, Mrs. Thomas Brodwater,
in 1915 parties are on "the calen man yesterday received Ford auto.
I and no harm was meant, but until Mrs. Louis Dolive, Mrs. Frank
dar" at this time. One party of notice of an injury sustainedby Prof. E. S. Palmer presentsGraves'
they hear officially all admit they are ( Guernsey, Mrs. DeWitt Miller, :Mrs.
The Rev. Dr. J. W. Stagg, pastorof the whole i merry motorists bound for a delightful his brother, Leonard Gentile, of "Secrets of the German War Waters Howe.
mystified over episode.
the Presbyterian church, departed Office" at the Thursday assembly at
Whittier Cincinnati, who was thrown out of
i i spot near departed yes-
Reception in Afternoon
yesterday afternoon for Jacksonville Rollins College.It .
| terday morning followed later in the an automobile Monday night when Between three and six o'clock there
where he will attend the annual is quite a disappointment and

meeting of the Synod of Florida, :THIEF GETS REAL GOLD I I day by another party which left for the machine "turned turtle." His inconvenience to our townspeople to was a reception to the public, the

which will be held in that city until I Fort Christmas. brother was injured sufficiently to have train No. 27 taken off the sched- guests being received by the presi-

Saturday night. Dr. Stagg will de- I I i t In the party bound for Fort Christmas ; cause a removal to a Cincinnati hos- uled service of the A. C. Lk, as a dent of the club, Mr. James L. Giles,

liver an address tonight on ":\lis- Dentist Is Victimized to the were Clark Robertson, T. O. pital. A telegram to Lawrence Gen- great many used it in going to Or- and Mrs. Giles. Mrs.:: Giles wore a

sions." I Extent of $10, When Gold t Brown, Dr. E. "... Lott, and Charles tile late yesterday afternoon broughtthe lando on short errands. We'll haveto handsome black satin coat suit with

As a result of Dr. Stagg's attend- Leaf Is Stolen Monday Bumby. They left yesterday and reassuring news that his brotherwas use the "Sally" now. pearl trimmings, and a large black l

ance at the meeting Orlando may receive -! NightDr. will be gone for ten days. resting well and out of danger. hat with plumes. Many of the guests ; {

next year's meeting of the I Another party that left Orlando CARD OF THANKSI followed the golf players around the

Synod. At least Dr. Stagg will makea I F. C. Boardman, a well known last night consisted of G. E. :\1::CJl- SENATOR COLTS DAUGHTER IS I course and watched the games with [

strong bid for the 1915 meeting. Orlando dentist, with office at 102 'loueh and J. H. Tucker, who will also DEAD wish to extend my heartfelt great interest. c

Delegates from three presbyterieswill I Orange avenue, was the victim of a go to the Foit Christmas section, returning -I thanks to the many friends for their Several Women Play

be at the meeting. S. E. hand s thief some time Monday night who : Saturday night. Other parties I Providence, R. I., Nov. 18.-Beatrice kindnesses and sympathy shown us Several of the Tampa and Orlando

W. R. O'Neal were the delegates broke into his office, secured about j are scheduled to leave next week. Colt, the youngest daughter of during the illness and bereavement of ladies played; Mrs H. S. Hampton

.. to the Synod, but neither could attend. $40 in gold'leaf, and made his escape. United States Senator Colt, popularin my husband, Rev. J. H. Richardson. and Mrs. T. H. Evans, the latter ;

Rev. J. F. McKinnon, a mem- The thief broke the door open which Pianos for sale or rent. Latest Providence and Washington society I also thank the donors of the beau- winning, three up, two to go, nine '!

ber of the Synod was unable to attend led to the lavatory where the gold ':music at popular prices. :Magazines died at her father's home here tiful floral offerings. holes; and the other ladies made sim-

because of illness. ways left unlocked.J 'and daily papers. Curtis & O'Neal. ,today. MRS. J. H. RICHARDSON. (Continued on page 8) .;

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board of trade, and Mrs. George M. \ M" Mil
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MRS.! IMMMQl SPEAKSMeeting Wright, president of the Lakeland I Ij

Woman's club.Responses j
to these addresse will LET ME BEAUTIFY YOUR GROUNDS 1
of Women's Federationof
be delivered by Mrs. E. M. Dimmick, I
of West Palm Beach, second vice- i
Proving a Big
of the federation.Mrs. '
Success president OR A SMALL CITY LOT
Park M. Trammell, wife of i

Lakeland, Fla., Nov. 17.-"F. F. W. the governor of the state, and Mrs. The Mango is a Delicious Tropical Fruit d I !t
C., under the "welcome" electric The mango Is one of the most popular tropical There are all sorts and varieties of mangos
the will extend greetings to the fed- fruits-19 IUSCKJUJ and appetizing. It may be but the best and mo.t popular are Mal oba.Iladen. AT REASONABLE
sign Kentucky PRICES
on avenue was
eration. sliced like peaches for breakfast or dessert, .Combodiana.: i Rajpury,Gordon Lagra
greeting that caught the eye of the or the pulp with a spoon from Benar&i.Totafsri. I'aheri. Bennett and t>
j Mrs. William Mocker, president of the center,I :v1neth. skin as one dues in eat- ersha. Royal Palm Aur cries catalog for tit
women who were early arrivals Mon- log grapefruit. Mangos are also used for prenow ready for distribution, describes no lessserves
the federation, will speak on "Our ,marmalades,chutney and than twenty-four different kinds.
day afternoon for the state federa-
tion meeting. Everything in Lake- Federation." A Customer Says Reasoner Brothers' Plants and Packing Deserre Fast Prize Werner F. Nehrlin
Following the opening exercises, a
land is in hearty accord with the For upward of thirty; years AC.1iforDiadi..nt..ritf. A particular important fea
will be tendered visitorsat
words of the sign and this is only a reception Reasoner Brothers hare given should certainly receive firstprize tureofltoyaiPalm Nurxrieaiitheir LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTAND
the Kibler hotel by the Woman's best effort in building up for packing and also far the Service Department la
forerunner of the "good time com- a general nursery! buvnasem. growincauchetrongandbealthy! thirty odd years of labor Rea
club of Lakeland. bracing tropical, semi-tropical (Iants.. Another buyerin New miner Brothers have garnered a -
ing." and temperate fruit trees and Jersey:is even more enlhusiasvan t store cf tree and plant
Arrangements have been made to plants; all sorts of rnaJDenti.,writing: Not since the last knowledge. This is now at the CONSULTING HORTICULTURISTIf
fact that the
It was a significant .
tale well their eu.tom..r.rOhinG'u
as as palms shrubs. Christmasstocking.ahenSanta= disposal
entertain the majority of the ladiesat and bulbs, located Clans real through the Service Depart
first arrival as delegate to the con- was a personage.
the hotels of the city, while others in : Coast country, haveIbadaucbdclightoproiug meml.TkecurrentRoyalPalmwhere you contemplate planting a citrus groveit
vention was the "first lady of Flor- every climatic condition package.aswheutheboatrom Catalog contains seventeen
will be made welcome} in private Is ideal The result of their you arrived. The cartful parking chapters..f interesting and au will pay you to get my advice.
ida, Mrs. Park Trammell, wife of painstaking and intelligent insured the good mind thentieinformation.avaluablework
homes. is rejected la tatimoniLoa of the plants: your addition to the library every Local for BUCKEYE
governor. ala from countless ,satisfied m e t h o d of growing equally farmer and fruit grow r. low Agent -
The Women's club house on Lake Music for the evening sessions has customers all over the world. assured their qlhility. free copy of this book write to Tampa, Fla.

Mirror was very pretty in the club been arranged by Mrs. William A. REASONER BROS., IBS Benedict Ave., Oneco, FloridaGet
Melton, of the Lakeland club.
colors, red and green. The decora- Office Above PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
tions were superintended by Mrs. G.
H. Padrick and a good committee.The Try the Sentinel for your next job PHONE 570 ii-io-tf

delegates were met by Mrs. printing. Prices very reasonable. the news in the Sentinel firstRead the Sentinel want ads.
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land dub, and by assistants in auto- when in need of job work.XOTICE I II 111111111 I .... a a titHHIIMMIMilTHE I IIII I

mobiles, and were taken to the houses
assigned as their homes while in the CHASE & CO I..

Mrs. G. II. Southard, assistedby
city by Bids will be received_by the Post-
Mrs. C. Rucker Adams. mastre for removal of the Govern- PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDO i III
The state officials were placed at ment Posotfice Fixtures and Equip-
the Kible hotel as headquarters. Mrs. ments to the building in the Arcade Is modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-
William Mocker and formerly occupied by Peoples Bank, date machinery and gives the citrus the
state president, until the hour of 121.., Saturday, grower i
Mrs. Jack Camp, corresponding sec- Nov. 21st.Further.
retary, both of Ocala, Fla., were the particulars may be had on
first to register Monday evening. application.W. FIRST AID TO r
a McLEAN, Postmaster.ANNOUNCEMENT l,
Those registered at the club houseare I I HIGHEST PRICESwhich BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
: Mrs. Wm. Mocker, Ocala; Mrs. LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
Jack Camp, Ocala; Miss Bessie A. however, would not accomplish the end desired I II a
Williams, Crescent City; :Miss Flor- by the grower, if he did not also have available the ser- % I Effective from August 1, 1914 to August ,

ence E. Johnson, Crescent City; Mrs. vices of i 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction I

Park Trammell, Tallahassee; Mrs. E. I during that time:

II. Mote, Leesburg; Mrs. T. V. Moore, Miss Lu Halsted is now THE CHASE & CO I i Touring Car $555.00Runabout I

Miami; Mrs. A. Light Monroe, Miami ready to fake orders againfor
; Mrs. Kirk Munroe, Cocoanut SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM 505.00 :

Grove; Mrs. E. N. Dimmick, Palm Place Cards, Score which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, expe- I F. O. B. .Orlando. All cars fully equipped. I,:
Eeach; Mrs. Wm. Dunworth, Miami; Cards rienced and reliable.
etc. Samples at competent I
I Further we will be able to obtain the maximum efficient :
Mrs. Frank Stranahan, Fort Lauder-
the minimum cost in our
and ,
dale; Mrs. R. B. McLendon, Miami; residence 112 Grace St. GIVES THE GROWER d I I I purchasing in our factory and sales production departments If we r-ach an output .f '.
Mrs. L. L. Bow, Homestead; Mrs. C. HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS I I :" .810 cars between the above dates. I'I'I
ii-17-i w Phone 681. :tCORRESPONDENCE I And mould we reach this production we agree to pay aa ;
M. Horton, Fort Pierce Mrs.
; Edgar II the buyers share from $4* t. $60 per car (on or abe.t'I
Lewis, Eldred; Mrs. Wm. II. Lau- SOLICITED !I August 1.1915) to every retail buyer who purchases a new .
I! For3: car between August 1, ION and August i. 1J1S. I
rence, West Palm Beach; Mrs. B. II. GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS 4I For further particulars regarding these low prices and profit- "
Seymore, Ocala. NEIL McDUFFEE sharing plan, see !

"The Opening,opening Session session,Tonight which' takes I CHASE CO., i i'i I F. G. RUSH, II IIto I'

place at 8 o'clock tonight at the aud- Contractor and Builder Main Office, Jacksonville Florida Phone 226 ''!

itorium, when addresses of welcome Itnngaloirs A. II. ROGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. i WI Ijj I,
a Specialty
will be made by Mayor :M. Eaton, 9-30-d&w II'
Dr. S. F. Smith, president of the Arcade Building. Orlando. I
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Aside'of the many self-supporting propositions v/e have in the city of Orlando and Orange County [several :

paying business propositions. We invite all Investors and Home-Seekers to call en us regarding the proposition ;

we have to offer i in

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

The Coming Center of the Citrus Fruit IndustryWe

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

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

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

Sebring is not quite three years old; was located right in the forest, yet tcday it has paved streets, cement walks electric lights -:
water works, modern hotel, WHITE WAY, bank, churches, school], newspaper, modern conviences in homes and offices and many :

business houses; ice plant, planning mill, lumber yards and hcmcs, 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. : =

: 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 Jack on, 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. : 1

: 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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"Echo Meeting" Is to Be I
Your Favorite Food and Sever ANOTHER WINTER GRAND
Fear AfterDistress.. Held at Methodist Churchon Nourishment-fine fla
There is for to eat what- Next
a way you Friday vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness.
Greatest' of Living Poets' Will Hibernate -
ever your stomach craves. :Many will AfternoonThe
say, "How I wish I could but I have All at Miami-Is Feeling
tried and every time it nearly kills I for 5 cents, in the Better Already TODAY
meY "echo meeting," W. C. T. U.,
The real trouble is that people who
will be held in the primary room of
Declaring that he felt the
suffer the untold agony of indiges- I
tion do not realize that the stomach the Methodist church Friday after- benefit of Florida's genial air, and
has a lot of work to perform in digesting noon at 3 o'clock. At this meeting I that he never felt better, James

the food and if crowded with reports from the state and national I Whitcomb Riley, the Hoosier poet, of
rebels and kicks
extra labor it up a
fearful disturbance. conventions will be given by the deleI I : Indianapolis, Ind., after a night spent
The Second of the
Mi-o-na, a simple and inexpensive gates, Mrs. A. A. Gould, who will ; I in Jacksonville, left yesterday on the Special
prescription, easily obtained from report the state convention, Mrs. midday train of the Florida East
McElroy's Pharmacy, or any drug Sanders and Mrs. Topliff, who will : | Coast railway for :Miami: where he
store, will quickly and effectivelystop
this disturbance or money re report the national convention. ::\Irs.1 will spend the winter. Attraction SeriesEDWIN
funded. It not "only increases the \V. E. Gore will have charge of the j :Mr.: Riley does not expect to at-
flow of digestive juices, but surely' program and Mrs:: Guernsey and:Mrs.: !L tempt any work while in the state
and safely builds up and stren tll'I,;
Pedrick the refreshments. We expect this winter
the stomach walls so that what yvi saying: that he has come
eat is cared for as nature inaended. a large attendance.The here as is his custom merely and
WEEKS AND COMPANY: one of the cleverest -
It's needless for you to suffer with state executive committee will solely for rest and recuperation.
indigesion, heartburn, biliousness, have an extra supply of state min- CRACKERSA He said that since his partial paralysis -I!
sour, gassy or upset stomach, for and foremost entertainers that has yet appeared in .
Mi-o-na tablets surely give prompt utes printed to place with other tem- food for every day. some years ago he has not at- '

and lasing relief and perfectly harm- perance literature in public places- Crisp, delicious and tempted any hard work or serious this city. You simply can not afford to miss this oppor-
less. depots, hotels, etc. strengthening. Fresh composition since it was hard for
The following business men have him to give up the use of his writing '
baked and fresh de- -
Eat all want. t: .
you given us ads. for our state minutes; : hand, and "one can not write poetry
Eat what want.
10 cents.
Take a postscript and forget it. The Yowell-Duckworth company, the i' on a typewriter or through a stenog-
For sale by all druggists. State Bank, J. B. Lawton, II. :M.: Self | rapher."

l-7-d&w.lyr & Co., C. E. Howard, and the Dick- : He said that he expected to benefit

Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel son-Ives company. much from his winter in the state
> The usual matinee will be held, and for the benefitof
Mr. Yowell, of the YowellDuckworth aQd hopes to meet many of his old

company, remarked that he friends while in Florida.
HERE those who come to the evening performance at anearly
IS A GENUINE had given us advertising matter when

the W. C. T. U. was not so popularand sf trp' The harvest season is fast ap
hour the usual program of pictures will be shownup
BARGAIN he surely would do it nqw. proaching. Try a want ad. in the

In all probability Orlando will en- Sentinel. Results guaranteed.
to 8 o'clock.Owing .
tertain the state convention next Oc -- ,- -- --- ----

Of course Miss Minnie E. Neal was

MAN TO GET IT? re-elected as state president. No :,;I SNAP! OeNS' WATCNT"E \

other organization can boast of bet- to the fact that so many season tickets hare
Two acres just out side the ter executive officer than our Miss |
A delightful new bis-
city limits in a number tone Neal, who is beginning her eleventh i' been sold the holders of same will be entitled to any seat
cuit, with a rich and
neighborhood. Impvovedwith year. Most of the state officers were ANNOUNCEMENT
delicious cocoanut fla in the house.
no citrus trees, 20 in re-elected.
bearing. A nice pinery with Miss Lois Pedrick, of Dade City, vor. Crisp and always I
was elected as state superintendentof fresh. xo cents.
one thousand bearing plants,
scientific temperance instruction.Miss --of-
and other Florida fruits for
Pedrick is one of the fifty dele- a =4I
home use. Good six room gates from Florida now in Atlanta. Q HEAR

bungalow furnished, chicken She writes: "This is the greatest con-

house and stable. Locatedon vention ever held, of the W. C. T. U.

a nice corner. A fine lit- More than fifteen hundred delegates." wo L LONIL "That Orchestra

tle home for little money. We understand that South Florida ..
has sent as a complimentary gift
$1650. Cash $700. more than five hundred boxes of Sat- I

Balance on easy terms.Ve sumas and grapefruit to the national r

are exclusive agents for this convention. A list of those sending
I Buy biscuit baked by General Admission 50 CentsTHE
from will be
property. Orange county published -

Cooper Atha Staus of the later.Statewide November Prohibition Victories Since NATIONAL COMPANYAlways BISCUIT HILLS

114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor l\laine-Statutory prohibition,1851; look for that Name
constitutional prohibition, 1884.
No. 311
Kansas-Constitutional prohibition,
Wood 1880.North Dakota-Constitutional prohibition HEAVY RAIN: HINDERS
Wood WoodExcellent
since statehood in 1889. -

Georgia Statutory prohibition, London, Nov. 17. All reports from The PrettiestSUBDIVISION TRANSFERDr.

Core Pine Wood Sup- 1907. the scene of fighting in northern
Oklahoma-Constitutional prohibition B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
plied in any quantity France indicate that the weather con-
ditions for the past few days have
Mississippi-Statutory prohibition

SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE 1908.North been terrible. Heavy rain, falling Livery, Draying and HaulingWE

Carolina-Statutory prohibition continuously for 36 hours, has turned
1908. all the roads into quagmires while

Tennessee-Statutory prohibition, the trenches are flooded and the low-
ELDREDGE BAROW 1909.West lands everywhere are largely covered Ever Placed GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE

Virginia-Constitutional pro- by water. Everything possible is be-

Telephone 375 hibition, 1913.Virginia ing done to make the troops comfort-

Statutory prohibition,, able, to prevent their being flooded On The Market AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
South Street, near A. C. L. .
out of the trenches and to avoid cave-
Tracks -Constitutional prohibition ins. The trenches are being shored
9-i-lm 1914. and braced and the bottoms covered Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited

Oregon-Constitutional prohibition, with brush and straw. :Meanwhilethe :
1914. artillery batle continues. HORSES FOR SALE

Real Estate Boughtand Washington-Statutory prohibition,

1914. I". F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. 'Phone 257.: Orlando, Florida
Sold.City Arizona-Constitutional prohibi- Conscientious work at fair prices. CARl OANN
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf
tion, 1914.

Building Lots, $100 $1.00 cash -- --
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f3FD I -- ---
and $1.00 per week buys a Lot I

Notary Work Promptly and Neatly
Done. .. .- .. C' :' ..1-:.' =.=-- Do not worry about your:
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,FLORIDA : ? 19'1 }

Office at Pinehurst ParkP. ","' ,I --_- '-- ,..,--_." ..... and i
O. Box 281 \ ;) z -' PIimbing ewering f
PHONE 403; 1081m.Pin '(:j r Wrq Dtain sFraJl o.M-. -

= Put a Good Roof on a Good Barn .,

i*" This is a model dairy-fancy stock, scientific stable arrangement _'
j 1 everything just right And the roof selected for "s; j

Str t. = this up-to-date dairy was r_ We will do it for you and you pay when you j


=j The Real Rieal of Best ShlngUtin =

_The matter of price had nothing to do with its selection. NEPONSCT Paroid was '
make a specialt" of Fine chosen-because it lasts longer than shingles and adds protection-therefore makes a Call on F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUM I G fIHfATING CO.
Watch, Clock and Jewelery Re- better and safer roof. Yet NEFonsCT Paroid actually costs less than shingles both to ____ II
pairing; Diamond Setting,Ring buy and to lay. You will agree with leading farmers everywhere when you really -
and know NEMNSET Paroid. It is the permanent-wear economical roof for barns stables
Spectacle Repairing. *""* -all farm baildints. -

failed them ring satisfactorily to me do,repairs and I others will repair have -- -- Cor. Graves and IrvinStreetsORLANDO j 1

or no charge. --.
My prices are reasonable. -

AM V u--x -
CHAS. VATER ;_. _:-:: ; .: p ...-_,- v-_ '
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JEWELEREast RnT.J" l Y d & w-i mO.-I I-IS j jT jj

Pine Street, at Young's

Repair Shop 11-4-d&w-lm Jos. Bumby Hardware Co., '!

For the last Twenty-five Years.
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South Florida SentinelMORNING (By W. S. Branch) I nrity-;
Welcome to Tampa golfers. Or- {@rlau n '
AND WEEKLYW. lando is delighted and proud to entertain -
M. GLENN .....................Editor and will be still more I
W. C. ESS1NGTON' .0.0' BUMDCM Manager -Edited Miss Eliza L
By Wrl&ht-
-- proud to beat you on the links if we I
ida Entered, a* Second at the Chas postoffic Mail Matter.at Orlando. or- can do it. It will be a battle royal, Office telephone No. \179. Residence telephone tlo. 254 I i

SUBSCRIPTION RATES but instead of war ships, cruisers, ii i
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $3.00 submarines, Zeppelins, etc., it will be WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR cember.
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.50 1-
Da ,.. 3 Month ...................... 1.25 cleeks, mashies, jiggers and putters.0 From PennsylvaniaMr. A QUIT CLAIM DEED 'i
Daily. 1 Month ....................... 69 Xov. 19th-21st. Chas. A. Thornton, of Browns-
kly T Year ..................... $1.00
Weekly. 6 Months ..................... .76 : had just made up our mind to I ville, Pa., and Mrs. J. Charlton, of
eat Thanksgiving dinner with the Thursday Pittsburg, Pa., arrived last night to
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN 3 P.:\ .-Rosalind Club afternoon;
ADVANCETO beautiful lady in the DicksonIvesshow cards; Mrs. Sylvan McElroy, chair- be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. TO PROFITS

ADVERTISERS: window and now another one man. Thornton on East Jackson street.
has come to town and spread a feastin Young Matrons Card Club; Mrs. Tuesday Bridge Club
Copy for display and all other hand-set Davis Fishback, hostess.
the Yowell-Duckworth window Mrs. Seth Woodruff was hostess to
advertising must be hand in at the business R.Veeks
Edwin Concert company -
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. RIo and one finds himself like the man in at the Grand. the Tuesday Bridge Club at her homeon
the day before publication. This rule applies IMMENSE
to chances for contract adTertiiing: it is "King Lear," "Which of them shallI Woman's Relief Corps, atIrs. DeLaney street. Besides the members -
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to.SuiitcriCen take? Both? one? or neither?" Stapp's, East Pine street. present, Mrs. Chas. G. Wescott
: ; Ttirin The Sentinel discon-
Friday and Mrs. H. A. Vivian
tinued in played as sub-
should notify the office writing on
the date of expiration otherwise it will be Mahala Ayer, of Philadelphia, Pa., 3 P.M.-"Apron showei" and social stitutes. Bavarian cream, cake and
continued at the regular subscription rates tea, Methodist church parlors. THANKSGIVING
until notice to stop is received. recently celebrated her birthday and Afternoon tea; Misses Holt. coffee were served by the hostess at I
Telephone Numb r ...................... 24 Mrs. W. F. Blackman's
it took 114 candles to properly dec- i Kappa Ep- the close of the games.Jacksonville .
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 19, 1914. silon luncheon.St. .
orate the birthday cake. She id Wedding
Cecilia's Guild, Chapter House,
thought to be the oldest in old A OF
GAS- person Episcopal church. Jacksonville wedding was solemnized -
Lakeland is to have Philadelphia. It is not known which Afternoon tea; Misses Bolt r last night when Miss Nadia
soon a gas
plant. brand of tobacco she has smoked, or 7:30 P.M.-Cathedral School Fort- Lucile L'Engle was united in mar-
nightly Club.
o which kind of whiskey she has drank Saturday riage to Mr. Donald Murray Barnett. MILLINERYREADYTOWEAR,

THEN' BACK during the past 106 years.0 3 P.M.D. A. R. card party; Red Miss L'Engle is well known to many
Cross benefit Mrs. Jackson, hos- Orlando
; people.
In short
a time Panama-Pacific
In Portugal the letter carriers tess, 305 Church street. The
save following article in
international will be form-
exposition 6 P. M.-Oyster supper; Baptist ladies -
ally opened. Out to San Franciscofor time and shoe leather by deliveringthe Pine street arcade. yesterday's Times-Union:

summer, may be, then back to mail at the churches. Orlando Wednesday Card Club "An event of today will be the mar-

good old Florida. does better than that. Telegramsare The Wednesday Card Club was entertained riage of Miss Nadia Lucile L'Engleand I LINENS

o delivered to the preacher right on at the home of Mrs. Walter Mr. Donald Murray Barnett,

NERVE- top: of the pulpit during the opening I Wescott, on Rock lake. There were which will be solemnized this evening I

The editor of the Sanford Herald services. no guest tables. Mrs.John Hammond, I I at 6:30 o'clock in the Church of I II

has a good deal when he pleasantly -oAt ;Mrs. E. Jenkins, Mrs. Geo. Dodd, and the Good Shepherd in Riverside. I Tcw OnI

remarks to The Sentinel that the cityto the present price of turkeys : Mrs. Lawrence Gentile substituted I I "The ceremony, which will be wit-

the north of Orlando is too busyto you may return thanks for the opportunity 'for those members who are absent nessed by scores of friends of the

remove the dilapidated street car of looking at one all from the city. At the conclusion of contracting parties, will be performedby

from the landscape, and so has the dressed (or undressed), hanging in I the games most delicious refresh- Rev.. Dr. J. Lindsay Patton, rectorof

young man in Belleville, Ill., who recently I the meat shop, and then you may go I II ments were served, chicken salad, the church.

: went to call upon his sweetheart I home and practice economy by having saltines, coffee, cake, and charlotterusse. "The bride will be given in mar- Actual Cost Not Considered

and holding her hand, breath- friend liver or hamburger steak The color scheme, pink and riage by her father, Mr. Porcher I

ing soft words into her petaled ear, for your Thanksgiving dinner. white was carried out in every detaiL L'Engle and will be attended by her Note These Prices! They are only a Few

,; slipped a diamond ring off of her finger -0-- Mrs. McKee made the highestscore. sister-in-law Mrs. Francis L'Engle I ol he( Great ReductionsTRIMMED
and kept it as a souvenir. It is about time for the annual distribution "She will be the hostess for as matron of honor. The bridesmaids

u of free calendars, and with the club the first Wednesday in De- I (Continued on page 5) ,I
CORRECTION the masses of people who are suffering -
-------------------------- -- I
In from hunger and cold in Belgium, ; ----
Tuesday morning's Sentinel .
an --- --
item we regret to think of the thousandsof I I HATS
appeared one "John Wit i

ty" being sentenced by the criminal dollars wasted in poor and mediocre I Four Prices Only. All New Goods
calendars to decorate the
court to thirty days ?n the roads anJ waste CONSIDER i
and costs for Basket and trash pile.
$25 cruelty to animals. $3.98$5.98$7.98$9.98Every

Orlando contains two "John Wittys,"
r but one is "wittier" than the other Mrs. Benham, of Crescent City, Desirable residential lot fronting 117 feet on Robinson -

because he knows that he is deputy who has been here on a visit to her avenue and 150 feet on West Street. Southern ex- : tenth purchaser of
a Hat trimmedor
daughter Miss Gertrude, who is here
sheriff of Orange county, resides on posure and overlooks Eola Park and lake. Do not forget untrimmed, to the amount of $5.00: or
to spend the winter at the home of
Orange avenue, and is kind hearted. over will receive a $;).00 GOLD
that Robinson avenue will shortly be paved with brick PIECE
r The deputy sheriff is not the "John17itty" Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bunch, No. 4 I ABSOLUTELY FREE.

!. mentioned in The :Sentinel; although Jackson street, returned home yesterday and that this lot is located in choice residential section. I

his name has been such for a afternoon. have the exclusive handling of this lot. ,

t good many y ars. iOMM t IIIIIIIIII ;;; 1 1f Nothing but bargains and safe investments will oc- ; COATSSix

I o cupy this space, so get in the habit of watching it from

i PROGRESS In a little more than one hundred f T. F. HOUREIAN!! I time to time. It will pay :you. I I II i COLLEGE Prices COATS Only. Every Garment STREET a new COATS one

years the United States has arisen t Licensed Plumber and ., AFTERNOON COATS EVENING COATS

: from thirteen colonies into the premier t Sanitary Engineer X I i I Kegrfar $8.00 to $3.00 for _________. S 6.98
nation of the world. Since Au- t
F.tim 9t. i Furnished. Jobbing !I
gust 1 the nations of Europe grappling It I romptiy Attended to. :; S. Y. WAY i Regular $10.00 to $12.50 for _.;____ S 8.98

f at each others throats, cutting, PHONE 629 Iegular $15.00 to $17.50 for _______ S 11,98
r slashing, tearing wrecking homes, I
106 Court Street + Regular! $2 .OO to $25.00 for _____ 516.75
: wiping out towns, killing civilizationand E i Insurance and Real Estate Agent

l : demoralizing law, have descended : ORLANDO FLORIDA I I Regular $27.50 to $30.00 for ______ 519.75

with lightning like rapidity into a 4-zl-1m i j PHONE 172 licgular $32.50 to $40.00 for. ______. 524',98
dark age slough of butchery and eIJouchery. .It
I No progress has been I I e II 0 I H I i2 . 1111 H. !I L ... ;
made by Germany-she is no nearer Every tenth ptrchaser of a Coat, Coat

attaining her end in the war than IIIII ; 1111111 i.G II If;"m G I t I 0 I Ci ) H g II I e Hell Q eo. a I .i iI II 3 II D II I D I ItI Suit or Dress to the &lIouct of $10.00 or
when she began the i over will receive a SlO.O( GOLD PIECE
moving Kruppsand 1880 34 YEARS SAME STAND 1914Just

I advancing towards Paris. Franceis I J C received, Italian Rye, Rhodes Grass, Florida ABSOLUTELY .
in the same condition. What little Ii
progress she has made is to stop the 4' Rye, and a full line of Field and Garden Seed. Our Seed ; I ;:
I It
Teutonic aggression. Great Britain : are 1914> stock, no old seed on hand. Call Phone or write _WEAR
us for prices. McElroy Pharmacy, Largest, oldest, most
has had a draw the with
on seas a ; reliable Drug and Seed House south of Jacksonville. Seven Prices Yours To
slight advantage; Austria is in a for- I Coat-Suits
PHONE No. 2nd door south of Postoffice i Only Choose From
lorn condition; Servia is still a buffer, ;; PHARS1ACY/ 20 '

and Russia is as far from Berlin
as We guarantee Garment
ever. Belgium has been wiped out. IhO. !+ II 0a{w.. } ttl l.rl 'i 4 48fi 444 Oils! l +i otrr'9'tICI"IIIIII a'Ot ; this seasons puntasc. to be
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Peace seems as far as star
away r. on 1111. ; 11111.+1>1.1111 t E H a IIII H S L e J 1III II JIG ; 0 I C! 118 S 11110 I C 11'11' t. $15.00 Suits --------_____________ 51098
a dear Florida night. When no progress -

is made a sane person stops. But ill I II $17.00 to $20.00 Suits _____________ 513.50

insanity crazed nations with blood in $22.00 to $25.00 Suits _:__________ 516.75
their eyes continue to battle, hoping Gifts That Endure
that each may dictate terms of peace. I $27.50 to $2.50 Suits _____-____ 519.75

o I $35.00 to $40.00 Suits ___________ 524.50
CLASSIFY $45.00 to $50.00 Suits ____________, 529.75

FOR SALE-An extra well made, $55.00 $65.00 Suits ______________ 538.50

For light inspection weight, and cypress price row, address boat. The very air is now becoming charged with the

"Cypress ll-19-3t*," care the Sentinel. spirit of giving, for Christmas will soon be here.

FOR RENT-Furnished room; good LINENS
location on Lake Eola; rent rea- The choice and preferred gift is the one which endures,
sonable. Apply at 214 East Robinson -
avenue. ll-19-6t because it suggests the continuity of love and friendship, of
every description plain
-Three connecting roomson

housekeeping ground ;floor electric, furnished lights for; use: light of Such a gift is a watch or piece of jewelry.You and fancyr educed from 15

bath. No. 301 East South St. Phone
373. cent to 33 cent be-
ll-19-6t per per
will find at our store everything that would distin-

THE WILLOLA HOTEL, ,405 South low regular. .
Orange avenue, is now open. Beautiful guish a first-class jewelry store-gifts of rare value for the lavish

Home location cooking.near Spacious Lake veranda.Lucerne. spender, and an almost unlimited choice of less expensive, but

Mrs. T. Walker. 11-19-1moc charming gifts to suit the limited income.


Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 We are sure our selections willjplease! you.
of Chapter 4S0!. Laws of Florida

Notice U hereby given that J. C. Stewart
of Plymouth. Fla. purchaser of tax certificate
no. 31, dated the 5th day of June A. D. 1911.
has filed said certificate in my office- and has i DICKSON-I YES CO.
made application for tax deed to issue in accordance I
law. Said certificate embraces ;
the following described property situated in
Orange Bounty Florida, lows: South half of T. H. EVANSer I
southwest quarter of northeast quarter sec-
tion 12.
township 21 south range 27 east
The said land being ass sed at the date of
the issuance of such certificate in the DFPARTIVIFNT
of H. W. Hubbard. JEWELER STORE.
I 1 I
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed :
according to law. tax deed' will issue thereonon ..
the 22nd day of December. A. D. 1914..
Witness my official signature and seal this Orlando Orange"Avenue Florida ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
the 19th day of November, A. D. 19 It.
Clerk Circuit Court. Orange County Fla.

Don't forget the Sentinel want ads.s .
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mr. Chas. E. Rinaldi, the popular Capt. S. V. Bunting left yesterdayover MllllllillllMMIMIIMIIFAVORTE = __ioi._ ai::[=
representative of the Importers' Cof- the A. C. L. for a visit to his IF
fee company, of New Orleans, spent former home in Wilmington, N. C., to THEATRE | '
Mr. Paul Dennison returned last yesterday in Orlando greeting his visit relatives and friends as well as F GET IT AT ALLEN'SOUR T
evening from LaGrange, Ind., where many friends. on business. He and Mrs. Buntingare I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I
he spent the summer. this
located at 115 Grace street
Messrs. A. A. and A. J. Case, of Admission 5 centstIMMIMI
Mr. C. W. Entzminger, a well Little Valley, N. Y., are among the city, the pretty home of Miss AliceM.
known citizen of Longwood, transacted guests at the San Juan. This is their B. Meetze, Mrs. Bunting's sister. 1.11 I MilMMIMTODAY'S U i
business in Orlando yesterday. : initial visit to this section of the Mr. F. W. McAuley, of Glens Falls, PROGRAM NOVELTIES
!Ir. R. Blanchard, of Providence, state and their stay here is indefinite.Mr. N. Y., has bunt several houses and 4-Reels-.I I
R. I., was among those who regis- : John W. Rinaldi, of Tampa, bungalows in Orlando. Every season Eclair. 'Tango vs. Poker." A mod- i
tered at the San Juan yesterday.Mr. was in Orlando yesterday in the interest he spends here his time is occupiedin nant ern farce and Stanley, featuring W&lpole.Barbara Ten- ARE SURE TO PLEASE YOU I

and Mrs. F. C. Flippin, of New of the Bentley Gray Dry Goods constructing two or three more Universal "lke, Jr." at the danceof r
York, are here and will remain for company. Mr. Rinaldi is very popu- I homes. This season he began a houseon little L. 0., with Bobby Fuehrer MESH BAGS VANITIES; !
several at the San Juan. Anderson street and after only ten and Louise Glaum.
days guests lar in this section and always enjoysa "
work has the frame all done Nestor. "The Ranch U STAMP: BOXES FILES J
Mr. J. II. Holcombe, the clever rep- lucrative trade. I with Murdock MacQuarrie, Lou Cha-
resentative of Lucas 'Bros., whole- Mr. C. A. Thornton arrived in the and the roof nearly finished. Whenit ney and Agnes Vernon. 11 NAPKIN RINGS CUFFS
comes to speed Mr. McAuley is the Edison. "Mystery of the DiamondPin.
sale grocers, Tampa, spent yesterdayin city last night from Brownsville, Pa., ." CIGAR CUTT RSVATCH BOXES
man that you will find in the lead
Orlando calling on the trade. on a visit to his parents, Mr. and Don't fail to see this program at
for he is always on the job.
Don't forget that the Woman's Exchange Mrs. J. I. Thornton, and may spend the Favorite today. Five cents to ETC. 1
Mr. C. W. Huggins, representativeof everybody. ..
the their home
is the place to go for good season at pretty on
the Consolidated Grocery --.
Yankee baked beans every Saturday.15c. Jackson street. company .
of Tampa, claims the honor of givingthe ORLANDO SOCIETY
a pint, 25c. a quart. 19-3tc Judge Fred Fee, of Fort Pierce,
alarm that kept the prisoners at
Mr. W. B. Makinson was a well was among the prominent Floridians 1
the county jail from escaping Monday (Continued from page 4))
known citizen of Kissimmee in Or- visiting Orlando yesterday. While ,
evening. He was stopping at the Miss Ella
Drew and
; will be Miss Ruth
the of Dr.
here Fee
lando yesterday hobnobbing with Mr. Judge was guest
San Juan and had a room on the side King. Little Miss Nadia Richardson,
R. D. Waring. and Mrs. P. Phillips at their lovely
toward the jail and when he went to
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bainbridge
home Lucerne
Commissioner J. L. Dillardwas on
County his room to retire heard a grating Richardson, and little Miss Helen
in the from Win- Mr. J. R. Dey, representing Porter-
city yesterday
sound coming from the jail that set Hare, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hobart -
ter Garden looking after business af Mallard Grocery company, of Jack-
his teeth on edge. He at
once sus- Hare, will act as ribbon bear-
fairs. sonville, is in the city looking after pected something wrong and notifiedthe
Mrs. John Schnarr and Rev. Mary business. He claims that business is clerk at the hotel and he in turn ers. his best
than it "Mr. Barnett will have as
in the
better state
returned last much was
Safford from
night officers. Charley feels
Chattanooga and Nashville, Tenn., two weeks ago. very proud of the fact that he made nett man, his and brother the ushers, Mr. William will include Bar- Manicure and Toilet I Sets
where they attended the national con- Leave your orders at the Woman's the discovery and could not talk of Francis
Messrs. Randolph Pipes,
vention of equal suffrage.Mrs. Exchange for your Thanksgiving anything else when he called on the
baking. Best home made mince and I retail Tuesday. L'Engle, brother of the bride, Frank in silver and Parisian ivory, we have a fine stock of
George Overstreet, of Kissim- grocers Marvin.
pump kin pies. Also fruit c..ke and : Bisbee and Guy these for .>to; select from no\v. Iilzis
mee, spent yesterday with her par- ---- -- you :
., "Miss Alice Corbett will preside at
Fresh d and
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moseley, at plum puddings. re :i Read k in The :::;'enti..el 1 first.
cake every day. 11 1 -3t. the organ, rendering an appropriate
their home orLthe corner of Lake and --- -- ..- D
of music precedingthe
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Anderson streets.A Mr. and Mrs. J. Unde-hJ. .lrs. ,
'F. II. id Mr. I-e-'eit A. OS1 E Oi 1 HY ceremony, and the wedding marchas
special train conveying the board FilHnger : i( the bridal couple enters the .llen COu
of directors of the Atlantic Coast Spencer, of Cant n, Ohio, < re nriong j church. ,
Line on a tour of inspection, is due :the visitors to Or ar.do. They: arrived Di. J C .1':I'VEll : "Following the ceremony there will n JEWELERS
in Orlando tomorrow morning at 11 'yesterd- and wl' make their, head HojrM lit:! t-.>, a? i b. apHrntrn ntNt
o'clock. j quarter:; at the J .n Juan *?\ii.e: e -e. ) fxlra ..1,,.. .... fo r".,se IrtalmtntExcep be an informal reception at the the home RELIABLE REPAIRING. "EVERYTHING "
Gilmore street, after which cou- GUARANTEED.
The help for the New Lucerne hotel '- \ h! Cal l rAS
Mr. and Mrs. Ir.: < Lea n ::r. i : :r. will leave for an extended wed-
.. ., ple
1..n.. tiona
arrived in Orlando ***** coifcjAv:
yesterday after- and Mrs. Merl Leach arrived in Or-(I of the bride's parents at the foot of
noon over the Atlantic Coast Line, : lando last evening from Petoskey, ,I)Office cor. Orange and Central Area. ding trip." *

from New York city. There were Mich., where they have spent a delightful |i
sixteen in the party. I I summer, and are again oc- :' VENEER CORES To be convinced ef the producing ,!
Mr. Frank II. Davis, of Apopka, cupying their pretty home in Concord ; power of Sentinel want ads.-try one. 1 1I ;; ;:;
one of that town's substantial citi- Park. j $1.25Per I I

zens, was among the business trans .: Mrs. J. II. Harris, of Noblesville, yOU/tm
actors in the county metropolis yes- Ind., arrived last evening to visit Mr. Strand Up :
terday.Mr. :and Mrs. Clarence Brown, on North
T. A. Myers returned last Orange avenue, Mrs. Brown being FIREPLACE OAK CHUNKS WOOD AND McCULLOCH'SDepartment sl SWEET HONEYIN
night from Philadelphia, Pa., wherehe her granddaughter. After a month's
spent the summer, and will spend visit with Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Harris Orlando Wood Yard
the season in this section, as has will go to Bradentown for a visit COMB OR BOTTLES
B. W. Kinesley! Proprietor
been his custom. Mr. Myers owns a with her son, J. F. Harris. Mrs. PINE STREET AND R. R. : : Store : ;
pretty orange grove near Orlando Harris came to Orlando from Washington Telephone! 311
and he will devote his spare time D. C., where she has been visiting 9-30
looking after its culture. her sister. i

; I Q'a"5"IIC"ttta' + I III.o'.aG''IIQ'SI' "llallll'ICQ t""IJQIII" J China and

:* have bran by box or bran bis-

JlOlGE R I Glassware cuit. We can also supply you with home

[ii THEjRs11 I t Cooking I made bran biscuit. Send us your orders.

I MOTOR I! Utensils : I New Modern Grocery


Detailed specifications and price will appear inthis ||I day Watch specials.i window. for Mon- Ii i CARUTHERS & GORE

weeks Saturday Evening Post ||i X
I 1 128 S. Orange Avenue Phone 200. 6 and 8 East Pine Street.

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hour during the day. No car that has ever been placed I: roo

on the market has created such widespread interest. 11

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Demonstrating cars have already been shipped to '

various centers, and the first one for Orlando will prob- I': : Iii We have employed an expert

ably arrive the latter part of November.

I radiator and body man who is
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"HOME, SWEET HOME9"A t antee satisfaction. :

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TWENTY-FIVE Stars! : ::

A Masterful Photodramatic Version of The Song That *:

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Royal Comedy

Automobile Coupons Contest.given with every admission, good for the Lucerne Theatre Great San Juan araeWo DI

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t : FOR SALE Lumber Laths and
Nursery stocK, one, two, three and Slrl1'1.gles
: I
SENTINEL four year old buds; Foster Early,
Pineapple, Java, Hemosassa, Wash
: ington Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle*
WANTSThe I Apopka. Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf


...".".,,. -
FOR RENT-Up to furnished
house; all conveniences; 211 Jack-
Morning Sentinel Want son street. Also two light house-
Directory is the Greatest Want keeping rooms. ll-18-6tc ORLANDO
I Ad Medium in Orlando.
1 FOR. RENT-Suite of rooms now occupied -
1 Terms Cash in Advance. by Dr. Christ. Long term
tenants only desired. Jno. M. Cheney.
I RATES 11-13-tf

I For One Day ______________23c; Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ___________50c FOR RENT-For season, only, fur- ,
Six _______________75c nished
For Iays bungalow near Lake Lu- ---- -- --------- -
AVIiat is Your Choice 1A ? - -
For One Month ____________$2J:>0 cerne. No children. "Bungalow,"
This rate applies on all ads of Box 345 city. ll-17-6t tIIIIDiaaD'lat.t" 't'I""IIIIII..i.Cllilt.tl.lllllf.t..gSIIO'11i"CII.OClle"I IIIIGlerelr'"I'lg- 11 ; tllll'CI'e'll.tv I.t. .
25 words or less. If the ad con-
nice piece of property with a tains more than 25 words the rate FOR REFurnished room, with
good house and about 3 acres of will be one cent per word for sleeping porch, at 203 America
land beautifully situated betweentwo each additional word for each in- street. 11-14-lwkc E-c..TSIt'rESS
: .
lakes only a few minutes to sertion.If .
Post Office with an orange grove you can't bring your ad to FOR RENT-Furnished for light
? the office telephone No. 24. Ac- housekeeping suite of large pleas-
counts opened by telephone will be ant rooms; all modern conveniences;
payable the following day. also two nice sleeping rooms; private
5 acres in good trucking landA family; close in. 312 North Main St. Important friendships result from the right introduction, and
? Every Home-Every Business- ll-15-6tc.

EH'ryIan has use for a the most important ones come through the right banking con-
city home corner lot at a bar- Sentinel Want Ad. FOR RENT-Furnished apartmentsfor

gain price ? veniences light; also housekeeping sleeping porches.with all con-307 nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We

FOR SALE East Pine between Liberty and Lake

A new 5-room bungalow large lot, FOR SALE-Nice, comfortable home streets. 11-15-6t* invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-

at a very low figure for small family; grapefruit guava FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice- est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO '

? and orange trees; six squares of post. ly furnished rooms; gas, separate
office. Apply toV.. D. West 510 bath new house; adults only. 604
A 10-acre orange grove the :Marion avenue or Hotel Astor. Magnolia avenue. 11-10-tf-
owner wants sold at once. 11-18-lmo
FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. .
Read the above and
Inquire No. 8 West
Washington St.
in and have talk with
i a us. Just received and ready for your HT8-tfc
f inspection three thousand roses.

W. R. Spier 406 Hughey street. FOR RENT Beautiful dwelling with .I'et, ".'oe" I"IIII'I'IIIII'IIIl''I"I'I.t'1:1'1"' "1"' 'I"IIISI'I"1''t. :

i ORLANDO BUILDING & LAND CO 11-17-etc garage; elegantly furnished; on
Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. -
t FOR SALE-One 16 foot launch and 8-27-tf . . . . . .. . . . OIM >tiMitllii '.... .tl. ...
; II North Orange Avenue skiff and boat house all new; one . . . .. .' .. .. . . .. .. . . ...
20 gauge Stephens pump gun with
r PHONE 608 of FOR RENT-Seven room house; water -
two sets barrels new; one pointer
dof coming 3 old well broke, gas, electric lights bath etc.;
f OPPOSITE SAN JUAN. HOTEL fast and wide years retrieves on land and barn stable chicken house; lot 100 by
200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange :
r water, staunch; will give demonstration. -
FRED B. DALEC. All will be sold cheap. Inquireof avenue. 10-31-tf
H. BRYANT :McMillan's Hardware com '""
FOR RENT-Small flat modern con-
Winter Fla.
E DAVIS A GILES Counsel veniences unfurnished. Jas. A.

F. A.PEPPERCORN Contractor FOR SALE-Five] room house, one Knox. 11-3-tf Our new stock ofWinter
t I -I mile from court house $650. One :
Brush In-
Liberty automobile $75.
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quire Shoe Hospital 8 East Church large airy rooms and sleeping
porch; near Lake Lucerne. Mrs. J. E.
t I Business DirectoryFor I Foster 11-11-tfc 411 South Boone street. Ml and ClothingMade

L SALE-One seven passenger, i ;
-- six cylinder automobile, i year uld, ,
first class condition. Don't answer I WANTED
BUSY MEN. unless interested. Address Bargain I
care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf MULES WANTED-One pair of good
LIST YOUR PROPERTY --- large mules wanted for the winter by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in f
t with me now while I have the timeto FOR SALE OR RENTAttractiveseven months. Good weight and terms. ,
look it over and familiarize myself' room house furnished; best Box 604, Orlando postofflce.:
with the talking points. I made the residence section. Also fine building 11-18-tfc and anxious for to
we are see our
f largest number of sales last winter lots on lake at a great bargain to you
and expect to do even better this win- those who will address Owner care WANTED boy to sell Crispets.
ter. My prospects are beginnig to arrive Sentinel or phone 443. Apply 313 West Central avenue, New Styles and high class tailoring. Best
t and it might cause you to lose city. 11-17-31 ;
a sale by putting it off. Call today AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE-Five

l at my new offices in the Watkins pasenger Hudson in first-classcon- ROOMS FOR RENT place in the city to buy clothing.
building and list your property. dition $400. Must be sold at once.
I' WALTER W. ROSE 208 East Robinson avenue. l-15-6t
l Real Estate. Phone 555.
Robinson avenue, on Lake Eola.
FOR SALE-One twenty-five five- 10-31-3w
T. F. HOURIHAN Licensed Plumber. passenger Studebaker in A-No. 1
t Conscientious work at fair prices. condition. Will stand inspection by LARGE AIRY ROOMS in new, mod- W. M. SLElVIONS
f Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf any mechanic. Will consider trade ern home not excelled in the citv
r for Ford and part payment. MortonH. for location and surroundings. Kitch- I
f LAUNDRY Jones & Son. 11-13-tf enette if desired. 14 E. Amelia next
Your general laundry work French door to the Wyoming. 11-3-tf
t fry cleaning and pressing will be ap FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Rhode .1111111.111111111.111111111111111.111111111111111.11.1111 .111.111.111..1. .
preciated. Satisfaction and service Island Reds hens and pullets; NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM I.I.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..ell.I..IIII..IIIIII.II..11..11. 111..1..1. .
f' guaranteed. Open September 28th. Ward's strain; your choice for $1.00. to adults only. 409 Delaney street. --

Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry, Also fryers.: Call or write W. J. 10-25-tf I .. .. I. .. 1I111 I I .. 111 r . I I I I II I .1 lit. . I . I I . ..
of Drennen
fir whites only. 9-25-tf Barber just south Sta- MMIM
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!r Up to date painting papering etc., tion. ll-15-6t MISCELLANEOUSGARDEN :

I is the kind you want. Where to get FOR SALE-One horse. U3 Veach : ;
street. 11-4-tf AND FIELD SEED millet -
t it? That's easy phone 636. W. T. 01"
cane and lawn grass seed for
l Entrican. 1-20-tf FOR SALE-Good boat wagon; can sale at The City Drug Store 11 East
be used for hunting; cheap. II. C. Church street "the all night drug
McDaniel. 10-23-1m store." Phone 632.
; T. F. HOURIIIAN Licensed Plumber.
f Conscientious work at fair prices. FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants Charleston We have received a car of Foster Bros' famous
1. Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf Wakefield. $1.00 per thousand. BLASTING, Subsoiling and Dynamiting -
Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. of all kinds done on short no-
10-28-tf tice. A full stock of dynamite in
magazine at all times. See L. N.
I buy sell rent and exchange real FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. Lewis 406 S. East street Orlando. Porslanlyke Iron Beds h
estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla., Inquire of Frank Phillips. Pine Cas-
over 30 years. Have handled over tle. 9-18-tf
$20,000,000. Call and see me. MAKE A SPECIALTY of planting
10-C-3m F. A. LEWTER.A. FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine orange. and grapefruit trees; 98} percent :.. There is nothing that will compare with the finish ; ;
guaranteed to live. References
W. DOWDELL, plasterer mason hammock present crop land of; oranges eight in will grove be;from the furnished. Charges, $G.OO per acre. i that are on Foster Beds, and OUR PRICES for these Ii\ \
Address 222 Fla.
Box Ocoee
and cement worker. 516 W. ChurchSt.
750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told
Phone 420. 10-25-1m ready for s.tting-lO acres in lake 11-10-lmoc I: ; beds are far less than others charge for the same ; ;I.
one and miles from
quarter Apopka.

NOTICEGet Price 178, Orlando.$5,000. Fla.Address W.. II.9-23-tf Box LOST AND FOUND : style bed that has nothing near the finish. We would !: ;

your roses now and have lots LOST-Linoleum covered brass tool call and this line nothing like it in i; -
now ef bloom ready through for shipment.the winter. Roses FOR SALE OR RENTBeautifulnew box cover. yellow, between Peop'lesNational ; ; like you to see ;
cottage Highland and
W. II. BROKAW Salesman. Park lake in Sunshine avenue Park. R. Bank and Lockhart Fla., the
11-3-tf last Friday. Will pay for return. ; ;
Bruce Perry at Water Works.
10-25-lm. Chas. P. Dow cashier Peoples National city.We

NOTICE-ROSES Bank. 11-10-tfc with all cash sales.
Owing to the cool weather our For Sale-Silver Cluster Grape give coupons !; :
Wood $1.50 a strand Hand'sCoal
Fruit and Valencia late buds. up.
roses are now ready for transplanting. orange
All orders booked for first ship- Vigorous stock 50c 1 year; 75c 2 Yard phone 566. 9-31-tf
ment should be here by the 10th of years old.9232m .
No.e81ber. H. C. McDANIEL.For Who is your painter and decorator?
W. II. BROKAW Salesman. If you are satisfied keep the one you
11-3-tf Sale have; if not phone W. T. Entrican. H
No. 636. 1-20-tf Kincaid & Snowden
Don't; wait for every one in town to 30 Acres citrus and vegetable land,
have Entrican the painter before 20 fenced 10 cleared crop on it now,
you try. Am too busy to look you ready for planting trees this winter Atlantic Coast Line
up. Phone 636 and I will be on the and crop next spring; near school and I F
job. 1-20-tf church; half mile of railroad station; I 5-TOURIST from TRAINS: Low Priced Furniture House.
good neighborhood; four miles from I II
court house. Special price if taken in NORTH AND WEST

FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE next 10-25-tf 30 days. Box 4, Orlando. I "Dixie Flyer" f Cor/!Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida f i \

184 acres of good unimproved cut- "Dixie Limited"
over land adapted to citrus fruit culture -I I "Peminole Limited""Montgomery e c i MIMMIMM tft IM < ilMIML.T.
: : : : ;
and general farming. These FOR SALE BY H. McDAMEL Route" 1 \ \ 1 :: 4 | t
lands are near Lakeland, Polk county. 7 Room stucco cottage near Eola; "South Atlantic Limited"
Would consider good Orange located right; built right; will be sold Pullman from I
any cars Chicago St. Louis '
county property in exchange, as thisis right.21 of Orlando's Indianapolis Cincinnati Louisvilleand IGORDON'S 'ICARRIAGEAND .
most desirable I
my home. I also have a few vacant intermediate points to Jacksonville I
lots and one house and lot in building lots near Lake Eola; will be Fla. .- I ANNOUNCEMENT [
sold only to people agreeing to build
Con erd Park addition that are covered Dining Cars
with citrus fruit trees in full houses in keeping with the location. via ; -- I
beapi. These I would sell. Come 10 Acres on north side of Lake I ATLANTIC COAST LINE MR. FRITZ HAUER has pened a

and see me, or address, Wm. L. Ivanhoe overlooking Orlando; al! Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. TRANSftR D OR. L. H. RAMSDELu I
Coryell 201 Concord avenue west land.cleared; suited for a home ,site; good G. KIRKLAND D. P. A., BAGGAGE OPTOMETRISTSvceeMor Violin StudioROOM
Orlu. 4o, Fla. ll-15-6tc Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla. I
18 1-2 Acres
land about
17 in
5 year old budded grapefruit sores:.nd or-' 38 West A. W.Bay FRITOT St., Jacksonville D. P. A.,Fla. HARRCLL! Prop. ( to Dr. O. F. UktM; 8 ROCK BLDG. i
SHOE HOSPITAL anges; 21-2 miles from city limits; ORLANDO FLORIDAWE
Boston Brothers, corner Church overlooks 4 lakes; nothing better in Piano and Furniture !
If have
subscribed for the Sen- GRIND LENSES
and Orange avenue. Shoes repaired I Florida for the price. For particulars call at the address.
while you wait. Best rubber heels, 10-23-1m tinel and are not receiving your paper Moving a Specialty AND DO ALL KINDS OF
4 ft cents. Best English tan leather. you will do a favor by notifyingus Hours 9:00 to 12:00 a.n.r' 1
Phone 487. 11-15-lmo Get the news in the Sentinel first. at once. 8 E. Charch: St. PUCKS: 487 TICAL REPAIRING

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J, Five passenger Ford, good condition.
Hot Water and Steam Heat :I", Price $350.00.

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

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Extensive Program Coincident to f '' I DsnosonY
Opening of Canal and Exposi- WT \ 3

tion Has Been-Announced I!I I

Philadelphia, Nov. 17.-President,,
Wilson's itinerary and plans for the (
formal opening of the Panama canal ,
and the Panama-Pacific exposition{ I
were given in detail by Lieut. Com-jl i 1
mander Needham L. Jones, naval aide i fOR TllANK54GYING" I i:

day.to the president, who was here to- # + !

Twenty-seven foreign battleshipsand
seventeen United States vessels For Holidays For Everyday I -
will participate. In outlining the I Ii x- E 1i I
plans Lieut. Jones said: 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON-II Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic "f' 3 J
"The foreign ships will arrive at II II25e Mechanical Oil Pump Step-Starter and 66 Refinements, $275.CO. 1
Hampton Roads between February 10 Cheap as; Other Meats 1j j
and 15 and there join the United ; 129 Orange Avenue

be States brought fleet. to The Washington foreign officers by will tIre\ LIVE{ WEIGH"' [ 30e DRESSED[ { Ii: W WHITNEY WRIGHT, Orlando Fla. j

United States officers and on Febru- 1 1
ary 20 will be taken to the White FLEE DELIVERY.. -- !
+ "I e f (4 III 0 H C ..t.. 11.011. 111:1
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House to meet the president. They f i ill. g ; U..iH.. c-M'C U 1C00QCU ....... &&I Xt+ i1. H Ita II III IS UII. U' "' ;
vrill be present when he will press

the button February that opens 22 the the president exposition."On will. Nick f rsnrnCd5CO II TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD n

go to Hampton Heads to review the t .
ships as they sail for the eastern
terminal. On March 5 the presidentwill II COOK WITH
return to Hampton Roads to join The Orange Avenue Fruitman Ii .
the United States ship New York and
sail for Colon. The New York will Phone 6O9 : !
be convoyed by her sister ship, the i 4H ,16. .
Texas. r6S iW-94 HI 0" I't 9'J tJot( fl-t-R"O>''''"1 n: s. r ,
"The two vessels will arrive at Co- 6.
1. Convenience Speed
lon March 10 and the will Ii I
president <<< __ >OI
transfer to the Oregon to go throughthe rICClltC 7.
2. Comfort Efficiency
canaL On the Oregon will be the ,
president, the secretary of the navy, REAL ESTATE i iI it 8. Safety
Admiral' Clark, who commanded the I 3. Cleanliness I
Oregon on her trip around the Horn, "ot!
and Admiral Dewey. 4. Simplicity 9. Perfect Regulationof
"Upon the arrival of the Oregon at I -- t Heat r'
llalboat the formal' celebration cf the
opening of the canal rill l tc:: heM with We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate. 5. Accessibility 10. Economy
illuminations! by night. The presidentwill
exchange visits with the presi- If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay-you: to call i .

dent of the republic of Panama, after ;: \
and talk your wishes over with us. 1.
which he will go aboard the New:
York and proceed to San Franciscoat i The manager of this firm has had years of experience 7. EFFICIENCY
the head of the fleet. B
"The president will stop at San dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a A. .
Diego three days and will: arrive in : :j; Efficient because the fire need not be lighted until all the food is gj
San Francisco March 24. After four t million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last

days at the exposition he will pro- t two years. ready to be cooked. Because the moment the cooking is done
ceed to Washington by rail, while the iii
secretary of the navy will go to Pu- We are well posted on the value of all classes and I; ;j 4J: the fire is turned off and all expense ceases. Because there isno
get sound, Washington, to inspect the w '
navy yard at that place. kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all waste as the fire is concentrated on the place where it is needed

"The president only persons on the :New accompanyingthe York will bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real and none of the heat escapes up the chimney. Because when

be the secretary of the navy and the Jl Estate Bargains. I ;;Vj ; you cook with Gas utilize
president's naval aide." j you every cent's worth of fire you buy..f j
Lieut. Commander Jones did not
announce the names of the foreignnor
the United States warships which


Nashville, Tenne., Nov. 17.-Mrs. D. WAKING, Manager GAS DEPARTMENT .f}
Medill McCormick, chairman of the t
congressional committee of the Na- Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf '.. ..IIIII.las. '. .I..II.II.III.I..IIII.lllt.II CII'1IDlllllaC
tional American Woman's Suffrage i II11 II Q II C 1111 .11111 D I It III MIMIMIIM I J 111111 II U III II fa U i Iii teGt'o'e'I.i W... o t t E4 '
Association was re-elected to that t --
position today by the board of di- ...... .. I III II II II I I I
.. ... .. Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST
rectors. Mrs. Antoinette Funk, who _____ _________ .. I

drafted caused convention the so much just Shafroth closed discussion resolution, was &t elected which thq i.tIIIDIIIII"tilllliIIIIIIIIIIIJII CONWAY NURSERIES IIIIIIIIIII'lllllt! Will open an office at Odando d Paint p il i and Wall\ i Paper :Co. III|

vice-chairman. Both women left to- 111 S. Orange Are., over Curtis & .
O'Neal's Store, about Nov. 20.
night for Washington to plan for the GROWERS AND DEALERS IN 11-6-tf High Grade Paints, Oils Varnishes -
Tenewing of the campaign for both Kalsomine, Wall Pa- _
the constitutional Shafroth amendments and Bristow-Mondell as soon as 'I All Leading Varieties ol Citrns TreesR. j Patton's Sun Proof Paper Wall Board, Roof I
is BEST SELECT OYSTERS, 50c. QuartTheWaldeckerFishCo Paints ing, Brushes, Etc.
congress reconvened. Chairmen of
T. PEEL, Proprietor.
All other standing committees were SOLD AT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Orange?Ave.
elected. Local Salesman THE SUN
Eat what you want. Box 11 R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando .
Sat all want. Florida. Phone :No. 205 Boone StreetP.
Take For sale a you postscript by all druggists.and forget it. 9-24.tf !I. and W. O. COX Special: Wall Paper 3000 Rolls, at 5c. ; j I Ir

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[E ll III II'' R it l IIIlIIIIIIII! q oyerIrs.ilar scores:: Brodwater.Irs., Miss Bonacker:: Carl winning Dann
over Mrs. A. C. Warren.
. Dance in EveningAt
. 8:30 in the evening the spaciousball
[ room of the club was thrown
i open to the Tampa visitors, club
members and their house guests, fora
dance. Mrs. Harry Beeman, :Mrs.:
Edna Fuller, :Mr.: Billy Beardall and
Mr. LeRoy B. Giles were the committee .I .1
For To-day--- i
r in charge of the delightful affair.
The new dances which are so popularwere i 1J-j: .
L Tomorrow and every other day, you'll find participated in by nearly all 'I
i a check account with the State Bank mighty present. During the evening fruit
t handy in keeping an accurate record of your punch and cake were served. I I HO YOU UNDERSTAND

i money (Other society news of Orlando
E f Take note-how many business men may be found on page 5.) I I 2Io\y yon can personally be fconoiUtctl .
[ pay you in cash? Very lew-for businessmen If I Ii II I by tilt advantages accruing to
f cannot take chances by carrying money OPEN FORUM CLUB MEETS I. II 11 11 111-1 the commmunity l>yTin I ;
f about. The safe way is the! business-like _

way-our bank checks. Meeting Last Night Featuredby Federal lissoryc .i;-\\c. ?

Try paying with checks. I Address of Prof. Baker,
, Agricultural Advisor of Call, telcplionc or write and we will ,
The State Bank of Orlando I Orange CountyA ::. :11 11 II ti .I mall our booklet--just out---which .

large and interested audience ; {.. explains this act fully and clearly.
listened to a most enjoyable addressby ... ..
Prof. C. II. Baker, county advisoron ..'. :..
... ,
agriculture at the Men's Open .
.. Forum last His ".. .., I.'
evening. subject .
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dealt with the relative value of some '..' ....-.
meeting and discussing questions of
duced and are being cultivated in the .
For Thanksgiving hope of improving the pasturage and y ... {
hay of Florida.
Let us send for you by parcel post a Proof of the interest was shown by '
BOX OF FRUIT the number and variety of questions : '. '.
back home for Thanksgiving. It will asked. That these opportuinties of .:: : .:' ,I ';'<<:6. ,. '. ... Q. .
:0' i CioA
meeting and discussing questions of C ; ;
make a nice rememberance, at a small 1!! LTUw D
,; :
cost. the dent.day are appreciated is quite evi i- .Li- .. .

. Wrights Seed Store .... :. .. .. ..- ...... .
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' You can help the Sentinel most by -:: : ..: : :. :-.. : .
South .
Phone 179 Orange Avenue patronizing Sentinel advertisers. .. .. ; ..


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