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 20, 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
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Now Has Two Boy the Close of the War if Nec- :\ of the Board of Trus- Tract Lies Ten Miles Northwestof i! Why Mrs. Belmont and Miss I

Scout Troops-A New essarj'-Firing on Launch tees to Conduct a Thorough -- Orlando Near Clarcona Pankhurst Did Not Attend

One Organized This May Not Have Been :I! Investigation Another Indication of the Nashville I

Week Hostile Act I i i Marianna ProgressF. MeetingNashville

With the organization :Monday: Washington, Nov. 19.-On the "in- I Marianna, Fla.-, Nov. 19.-As mem- E. Baxter, of lakeland, and I I, Tenn., Nov. 17 is*1-1. II

at the :Methodist: church of a tent" of the Turks at Smyrna who bers of the board of trustees of the James J. Peter and Chandler Campbell Editor The Sentinel:

troop of Boy Scouts Orlando has fired on the laun.cn of the cruiser Florida industrial school, pursuant to The Suffragist meetings closed last
of Missouri, last week pur- I
regular troops and is petitioning Tennessee depends the outcome of Governor Trammell's instructions,are J night, and I think my Equal Suffrage
chased = worth of land in the '
national officers at New York the episode. No word came today hurrying to this city to make an offi- $17,000 I' friends in Orlando will care to hear

a local council. Scoutmaster Jas. from :Morgenthau: or Decker who are cial inquiry into the responsibilityfor neighborhood of Clarcona, which is something about the meeting; some

Burden has written to national now at Chios in the Aegean sea. the burning of the dormitory of located about ten miles northwest.of little personal viewpoints that will!

telling of the progress The state and navy departments do the school and the resultant death of Orlando. These gentlemen intend to bring them into closer touch with the

made in Orlando and telling of not even know if their message to eight students and two officials, Act- colonize this recent purchase and I big national contention.

co-operation pledged to him by the ambassador and the ship has ing Superintendent Bell and others place it on the market. Mr. Baxteris They certainly brought their best

Orlando citizens. In been received, although the bureau i are attempting to ascertain whether a well known man in this sectionof I guns along; some seemingly were of

time it is expected that Or- which handles them instructed themto Waldo Drew, of St. Petersburg, is Florida and has handled several the real "Krupp" variety, and others

will be granted a council. repeat them over every known really among the victims of the large propositions.Only were of the regular "Oatlins" one

new troop organized Monday route of communication. i!Wednesday morning blaze. the finest type of high class might judge by the speed of their

consists of fifteen boys. It is Lansing said tonight/; that the in- i The charred remains of but nine and desirable people will be securedby oral shots; and some seemed load-

the leadership of Joseph Wood- structions to Morgenthau were to of the inmates known to have been the above named promoters in developing ed with shrapnel, and others with

scoutmaster, and Howard Lind- find out if the firing was a hostile trapped by the conflagration have this splendid tract of land.It cannister.

assistant scoutmaster. The act, local or national, or if .it was been found and there is some ques- is an enterprising move on their Every evening meeting was attended -

troop organized some time intended as a signal to the launch to tion as to the fate of the young St. part, and is an ever increasing indexof in full dress, and some of the cos-

is under the direction of Jas. keep away from the mine field. If it Petersburg lad. It is possible that the progressiveness of the peoplein tumes were gorgeous, and some of

Burden, scoutmaster, and Frank is to be considered to be a hostileact he might have found some means of this section who are vitally inter the diamonds worn looked ss if they

who has been recommended as it can be stated authoritativelythat escape, and on the other hand it is ested in the development of Orange/; must be handled with ice tongs. The

scoutmaster. the government will ask an apol- possible that the fire might have county and this part of fair Florida. wraps were especially elaborate, one

ogy unless it comes immediately completely destroyed every evidenceof lady appearing in a Mandarin coat of

without request. his being.Governor china blue embroidered in gold dia-
state department Trammell, immediatelyon grams that would have graced the
emphasized again today the determination hearing the news of the fire, or- court of the Mikado.

I of the government to dered President. II. Milton of the
AWAITS U.S. ALONG LINE The women were not only a representative -
i I avoid becoming involved in the European board of trustees to issue a call fora
I I crowd in point of elegance,
war. It is believed in the event meeting of the board. Wires to the
but were far beyond this in the pointof
of an open rupture, that the United various members were sent out, andit
:\ :MEETING :MAY 2,000 TROOPS BELONGINGTO eloquence. Some of the*speeches
States will take no aggressive action, is expected that all will reach :Ma:
INTERNATIONAL but the course to be followed will be rianna by this afternoon or tonight.The CARRANZA CAME made were magnificent, and the pres-
ident, Dr. Anna Shaw, handled wordsas
TRADE CORPORATION to get all the Americans out of Turkish fire was discovered only afterit OVER TO VILLA
a juggler does his tricks; ; made
I territory quickly. The belief is had gained great headway, and I
them do exactly as she wi t"d. Dr.
Stock of Half Billion', when: that is accomplished the ships nothing could be done to stop its One Million and a Half Pesos Shaw is in
May Be SubscribedGreatTrade will be withdrawn and the matter progress. It is supposed to have Are Stolen in a Bold Raid and waddled across the platform appearance in
I will rest until the close of the war originated in the office on the first
Impetus to Follow : on the City of a style very suggestive of that god
when indemnities will be presented. floor of the building from which it
Opening Canal I __ Mexico of India, the white elephant. Her
crept to the floor. The build-
busy.'A upper head is splendid, however, and as
.1'A ing was occupied by about 100 boys,
:: .>mphis, Tenn., Nov. 19.-The or BASKET BAll AT PALATKA besides Superintendent Bell and sev- Washington, Nov. 19.-That either soon as she began speaking one forgot -

of a North and South eral guards. Obregon or Villa will be the military the many pounds of flesh* repre-
dictator of Mexico with Carranza sented.
banking corporation with -- i 1
The list of the dead and missingis
OOOOOOO of capital to l he sub Team From Cathedral School as follows: I eliminated is the judgment today of She is vivid, forceful, and pas such

by commercial interests in the I Will Play Strong Palatka I{. B. Evans, carpenter, Marianna.C. I the officials of the state department.A quaint flashes of humor that the audience -

Valley as a vehicle to Team Tonight-Ex-i M. Evans, guard, Marianna. dispatch received by the state department : was on the "qui vive" all the

about greater interchange of Louis Fernandez, Key West. from Mexico City quotes time, and did not miss a word she

between Latin republics i pect VictoryThe I Earl Morris, Lakeland. General Obregon as saying in regardto said. She is a very fine presiding' of-

this section of the United States I 1 Walter Fisher, Tampa. all efforts made to settle the pres- ficer, and has every technicality of
girls basket ball team of the ,
result from the international Clarence Parrott, Sutherland. ent trouble without resort to arms is parliamentary rulings as "pat" as if
Cathedral school will to Palatka
conference of the Mississippi i | Weathersbee, Jacksonville. useless. she had been reared on "Roberts'Rules
where will
and central \Vest representa i today they play a game of : Harry Wells, Jacksonville. Word received by the state depart- of Order."
basket ball with the girls' team of ;
in Memphis today. I Ilore that The local is well Clifford Jeffords, Clearwater. ment is that Villa has reached Iru- Mrs. O. II. P. Belmont, of New
city. team
:: than one hundred commercial ..coached I I and in fit condition to ': Waldo Drew, St. Petersburg in- puta and that he is marching swiftlyon York, and Miss Emaline Pankhurst,
and direotors from sixteen play. mates. the capital which is under mili- of London, were both at the conven-
It is that the honors will
in the :Mississippi: Valley be brought predicted back to Orlando. The body of the last named boy tary law, with Guiterrez as the figurehead tion in Chattanooga, only five and

today that the greatest field The line-up of the Cathedral school has not been discovered and it is and puppet in the hands of one-half hours from here, but neither
commercial opportunity lies in thought that he have the military leaders. came to Nashville. I was told that
team is as follows: Forwards, Marian :: may I
I America and along the west- Smith and Clara Holland cen- though it is possible that his bodywas Official dispatches say that the i Mrs. Belmont stayed away because
,I coast of South America, and may entirely consumed. Carranza troops are retreating all she disliked some of the women on
] ters, Ruby Shiver and :Marian: Jones ,
'j I brought to the door of the Missis- ; i I down the line. Two thousand Car- the executive board, and that Miss
nwd". Ella Taylor Rlemon1(
Valley bj the opening of the ranza troops came over to Villa after Pankhurst stayed away because no
I I lain I and Dorothy Daniels substitutes I
canal. j! ) ; All KINDS OF HUNTING : the capture of Leon, and eight rapid provision to pay her expenses was
Jane Green, Jewel Dinkle and
manufacturer, banker, ex- ; fire guns, 300 rifles also came into made. However, this was only a rumor -
I '(j Helen Way. :Miss: coach
shipper, railroad and steam- J ana referee: and chaperon.The --- I I possession of Villa. and maybe a canard, for both
f line, and insurance corporation Some Hunt Honest Men and reasons seem beneath the dignity of
will Bold Raiders
team return tomorrow af Get Money
the Mississippi Valley will be in- these noble leaders.
[ ternoon. Others in Orlando Prefer Aguas Calientes, :Mex.: Nov. 19.-
to subscribe funds to the cap- Nashville was "en fete" in honorof
the Elusive Florida Queretaro was evacuated last night
j stock necessary to put North and the convention, and yellow and

I American corporations on a INDIANAPOLIS MAN HERE -Game-- by many Carranzastas abuses and, carried who off committed a mil- white ruled in all window decoration,
; basis; for trade expansion.; many merchants using their wares to
;j Hunting is still the great game of lion and one half pesos belonging to carry out the motif, others banking

I W. C. Koehne, of Hoosier-Iand the current season. People hunt for civilians. Two thousand men under their windows in the yellow and

L T Marvels at the Growth of I Col. Carlos Dominguez entered Quere- white
1 AMONTE OPENS DEC. 1 everything from umbrellas to taro this morning and took possessionof in chrysanthemums which are
i here.
Orlando Not Here ; "Smiths" in the city directory, not in- the now perfection
: --- town in the name of the con- The
i forVomen" pennantswere
Since 1900
I eluding honest men and collar but- vention. The report of the
I I E. Bates and Son Back occupa-I I everywhere in town, both thelegislative
i N. H.-To Open Popular Mr. W. C. Koehne arrived in Orlando tons. The latest party to leave OrLando tion sent by Dominguez fails to men- hall, where the morning

I: I.i I. yesterday from Indianapolis, 1 is Louis Dolive and Dr. V. W. I tion the name of the Carranzist com- sessions, and the auditorium, where
Hotel in
j Short I
Ind., and expects to spend several i Estes, who departed yesterday for a the evening sessions occurred, were

i I Time i days in this section. Mr. Koehne point fifty miles south of Orlando. gay with yellow and white bunting,

I --- I I lived at Gotha, in this county, for a (, They will remain in that section for B pennants and flowers.

I Ir. George E. Bates, proprietor of number of years and this is his first : several days. C. D. Haynes also left There were numberless entertainments

I I Altamonte hotel, at Altamonte I I visit to the City Beautiful since 1900. | ;yesterday for Pass-a-Grille, near St. for the members, beginningwith

I was in Orlando yesterday In expressing himself to a Sentinel I Petersburg, on a similar mission. By M. O. Overstreet Expects That an old fashioned Southern bar-

to business matters and representative, he said: "The growth t the time the hunters get through Work on Roads May Be becue at the Hermitage, Andrew

!I hands with his many friends. 1 I of Orlando has been something phenomena -I I! shooting around all the game should Started Within the Jackson's old home, where the Hick-

I'I Bates and his son, Everett C. )." be pretty well scared out of the tim- Month ory and maple trees seemed to pro-
:>, have recently returned from j ber.
i Old timers will pleasanty! remember : claim they, too, were equal suffragists -
Vernon, N. H., where '
they con- the Koehnes, and especially Mr. When :M.: O. Overstreet, chairman for they were a blaze of yel-
the Grand hotel
during sum- Louie Koehne, who was a social favorite CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY of the board of county commissioners low, and their leaves, with the yellow

here and always took a leading I ALLIANCE was asked what progress was be- pumpkins, flags and chrysanthemums,
Bates stated that The Alta-
part whenever the local talent demanded -I I I ing made on the road work in the were used to decorate the tables at
would be
usual improvements opened December have been 1. it. He is thinking of returning II Mr. and Mrs. Howard Van Dyke, county he replied that it was hoped which four hundred people were

to this burg to east his lot and our missionaries to China, have returned that all arrangements to place the seated.
and everything is in readiness
the winter tourists. I is now wending his way in this direction i to us, on their way to the foreign bonds would be completed by the mid- Another notable entertainmentwas

Un- and is expected here the latter i fields, and will be with us in a dle of next week. If this is done, as given at the palatial home of
Mr. Bates'
management the Alta- I part of the month. r fellowship meeting Friday evening, I is expected, it is thought that workon the regent of the Hermitage Associa
is one of the most ho- :
: popular I at 7:30, November 20, 1914. Also the roads will be started within tion. This entertainment was on
in this section
filled with of Florida and is Saturday Evening Post, Woman'sHome will be at the Sunday services. the month. The county will start Sunday night, which (one lady told

guests who come I Companion, Ainsley, Life, Leslie's Preaching at 3:30 p. m. Everybodycome work on three of the roads and pos- me) explained the fact that there
after winter
to partake of the Harper's, and
'. } hospitality. others. Curtis to cheer the hearts of these sibly more if the arrangements to was no refreshment beyond fruit

. & O'Neal. :faithful missionaries. : place the bonds are made at once. (Continued on page 4)


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Briefs ter Park got her's back again, for Union Chapel, by the regular minis- is to begin at 7:30. On account of . . . . . . . . . . ,. . ..

Newsy gaining the greatest per cent. of sub- ter, Rev. King Jones. much illness and bad colds, the pro- i

From OaklandOakland scriptions to the Union Signal. Our There has been considerable illness, gram is subject to changes from the I''
beloved Mrs. Mable Stevens conducted all of the same nature, in the village. original intentions; but many good
the Bible hour each day and gave Mrs. N. T. Hansel is very ill now. numbers are assured. As there has 1 WHETHER A COUNTRY ESTATEOR

Fla., Nov. 18.-W. T. such helpful thoughts. Altogether: E. A. Johns, who has been quite sick, been nothing given for the piano '
; Hickman came over from Winter "it was good to be there." is now convalescent. since last March it is hoped our I Ii A SMALL CITY LOT

Haven Saturday, by automobile, to Tuesday evening, November 24th, i townspeople will turn out and help I
spend Sunday at home. the entertainment at the school house. very substantially at this time. ..
Lawrence Smith II
Mrs. was pleas- Admission is 15 cents for adults;chil- I
antly surprised Thursday by the arrival dren between the ages of six and STRUCTIONS AT REASONABLE PRICES
of her father, Mr. Baxter, and Castle, Fla.' Nov. .-Mrs. fourteen, 10 cents. The entertain- NEIL McDUFFEE

sister Essie and baby, of Lake Helen, A. N. Crutchfield, of Graceville, Fla., ment is being given to raise money
for a few days visit. arrived last Tuesday for a visit with for the school piano, and even those Contractor and Builder
Mr. and Mrs. Cross have given her mother, Mrs. N. T. Hansel. taking part in the entertainmenthave Werner F. Nehrlin

their home to two little orphan girls, Mrs. W. W. Patrick returned been asked to give what they Bungalows Specialty

Susie and Bessie Barrett, of Horts- Thursday from a visit at the home of can towards the fund. The program Arcade Building. Orlando. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTAND
ville, Ga. her son, Mr. Geo. Patrick, in Kis-
Our community was saddened by simmee. '
the message that our former pastor, Mrs. C. F. Johns spent a few days CONSULTING HORTICULTURISTIf

Rev. s! L. Wilson, died on the sev- this week at Winter Park with her
enth of this month, after an illnessof daughter, Mrs. R. J. Hansel. Order Your Turkeys Now you contemplate planting a citrus groveit

but a few days.A. Mrs. Homer Sheldon and Mr. and will pay you to get my advice.

C. Hallam, of Jacksonville, spent Mrs. O. R. Goodwill, of Ashtabula, Local Agent for BUCKEYE NURSERIES -
Saturday: with his friend, Harold Ohio, arrived here Thursday evening 25c
Live Turkeys Tampa,
Henschen. !and have opened their cottages for

Miss Lillie Brock returned from 'the winter. OUicc Above PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
her visit at Tarpon Springs on Thurs- I Mrs. Lina Tyner, Mrs. Virgie Dressed 30cH.M.SELF&CO.

day, reporting a delightful time. Johns, and Mrs. Janie Hansel, of Kis- PHONE 570 n-io-tt

Mr. J. W. Cook, of Milan, Mich.,'simmee, were here this week visiting !
business caller in town Mon- among relatives.The .
was a Hflt{ .1..1..1111.11.1.1. .f if it 1 1 tM ell. 1 .lllt
day. Mr. Cook and wife returned to new building on the grounds of

Florida last week. They spent sev- Union Chapel is finished and ready i aaa.a.L .

eral weeks with us last winter, and for use. It has been built by the __
PHONES 80 AND 610 I'
we gladly welcome their return. j. Chrsitian Workers of Union Chapel, I
The Oakland hotel is now open to the ladies' aid society which keeps
the public and we wish it abundant I up the chapel building, and is espeI I I Q.O. : .. .. I I II II I D III . III t

I cially intended for their work and I
Lawrence Smith is putting down a entertainments, but will be let out for THE CHASE & CO i
well on the Fowler place in the Beu- other meetings or gatherings. The I
lah neighborhood, this weke. I building was christened the Bee Hive I PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs I L
As your scribe was in attendanceat and was opened for work Thursday, i I
I modern fully equipped with the best up-to-
the state convention of the W. C. !the occasion being marked by a BUYERS"" HUE IN PROFITS \
T. U. she wishes to take a space in {I sumptuous dinner for the members of date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the ::; Gill 1 PIUr'ES ON FORD CARS {I
this column to give a brief report the society and their husbands.Rev. I PROPER PACKING :; I .

which may prove of interest to the Henry Slater preached at FIRST AID TO 1111' Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
unions of the county. There were Union Chapel Sunday morning. HIGHEST PRICES : 1l.rw & iitl guaranteed against .tn> reduc-
120 delegates and officers. The state Methodist services next Sabbath al t which, however, would not accomplish the end desir:; d i r.II i 1.0.1 ." rl--g! that time: i

officers were all re-elected. The va- by the grower, if he did not also have available the services I .Ii'I
rious districts were well represented.The Atlantic Coast Line of I t Touring Car $555.00Runabout -- 'i iI

program was carried out so 5-TOURIST TRAINS: I I III I 505.00 !
promptly that there was time to call from THE CHASE & CO F. O. B. Orand. All care fully ,"ppetl. .. I II
upon speakers present to give talks. NORTH AND WEST 'I III
The reports of the treasurer and cor- SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM: O; I !II Further, we will be- able lo obtain the.raai.naro. : .efficiency
"Dixie Fl>'er" in ear factory p"tlurtion. and the minimum co t in arporrhspin
responding secretary were encourag- "Dixie Limited" which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, experienced II I ? and .a] department* if we r-acb an out.-at of
work had been done, 300.800 cars between the above date
ing; better more "Seminole Limited""Montgomery competent and reliable. I t
Route" j nd'fr- rr".h lhi production we acrH to pay aa
t. o
promptness had been shown. "South Atlantic Limited" GIVES THE GROWER :t I .1,. bt'.r' clue f-om $19 to fft per car (on or about
convention voted that the president's .. retail buyer who purchase a new
II IMSt: t ery
Pullman cars from Chicago, St. Louise ,, HIGHEST AVERAGE I 4 1. 1911 and Auc*t 1. 1J1S.
address be printed in separate copy Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisvilleand t'f0 ra' 'Mo'- .en euHt .
low prim and profitt -
I. the
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partiei.l.ir rt<*
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thus giving every union an opportu intermediate points to Jacksonville CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITEDGROWERS'
sri"1f l'o&D.' .ee
nity to obtain them. Splendid dona- Fla. MARKETING AGENT I.J. I .
tions of fruit were given for the national Dining via Cars I I (;. :nrSl .1

convention. ATLANTIC COAST LINE EI-A-SJ8 &: 4CC)... I I I t'ht .no :";:''fI'
There were seven. banners awarded. :. Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. .. II
in districtOrlando's G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., I? Main Office, Jacksonville, Florida; i
Two given our !
the Ilillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla. 9-30-d&w A. R. ROGUE, Agent, Orl mJo, Fla. !\ I' 1!! ,,,T, +reeraaia-eewr as ee I
was gaining great- A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., t J ..
est per cent. in membership. Win 38 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. I ItCllt'II "D IQ'Ogala"tt 6 F4 +r-t4 :io&--i r W acs+ais:or'ti

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Saturday, November 21st, the President of this Company, Henry Benedict, will leave via the Atlantic

Coast Line at 3:15 p. m. for the Wonder City of Sebring with several parties to invest there and wish to be

joined by as many as possible to demonstrate that on all propositions we offer there will yield the investors 10 per cent, for 3 to 5 years

t -and 25 per cent to 40 per cent, after that time. Anyone who doubts this assertion we invite to come along, and if we cannot prove

f. it we will pay his railroad fare both ways. Here is your chance to get a free ride. I It

We also offer a great many paying investments in our city or county, which we wish to explain to you if you call at our office. I

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day. lie also proposes to lower the that give us nine-tenths of our wor-
HEALTHY HAIR PARCEL POST CROWS I rates on the parcels. I ries. Cheer up. |

What right have you to carry a

SOFT, FLUFFY I! I picture of your woe-begone face and i!
Seven Million Packages Mailedin GRAND.
LOCAL TRAINS ANNULLED I funereal ways about among your fel-
AND RADIANTBeautiful Year-One-third of I
lows who have troubles of their own? :
This Number
hair does not just hap- I'I If you must whine or sulk or scowl I
pen to be so, but is always a matterof One Pound Trains.
I A. C. L. Will Not Run go to the woods or the unfrequented j
nourishment of
care and proper Nos. 27 and 28 Order lanes. | TO ID: A.17""
the hair roots. No matter if your hair Washington, Nov. 18.-The forth- -
is fally out, stringy, lifeless and full Becomes Effective Why, man alive! in a ten minutes' j i
of Postmaster General
coming report
of dandruff, Parisian Sage, an inex- walk you may see a score of people j
pensive tonic, sold by all druggistsis Burleson will show that the numberof Today
off than
worse So
all that is needed. It nourishes the parcels handled in the parcel post you are.
hair roots and stimulates the growth service for this year reached the Effective this morning trains Nos. digging your own grave and playing" DANIEL FROHMANPresents
*\f new hair. Even dandruff is en- pallbearer into the bargain? ,
tirely removed with one application, enormous total of 700,000,000. Of 27 and 28 arriving and departing you must do your work. Smile, even A Powerful Domestic Drama"Aftermath
and itching scalp and falling hair this number there were 300,000,000
from Orlando over the Atlantic Coast
though it be
I must through tears-
hair will be bright,
cease; your parcels weighing more than one
orous, soft and fluffy. Line have been annulled. Train Xo. which will speedily dry with smiling.It "
Whether your hair is oily, dry or' pound.A 27 formerly arrived in Orlando from may be your real trouble is self-
brittle, Parisian Sage immediately removes significant fact in connectionwith
Sanford at 8:58 a. m.; No. 27, from ishness-ingrown selfishness. Your
the cause, and by toning up the development of the parcel ,
the scalp quickly restores the hair to post service since the European war Lakeland 8:01 p. m. All other trains life may be too self centered. You
its brilliancy and vigor. i remain the same. may imagine your tribulations are
is that while other fea- a
Parisian Sage can always be had I Just why this train has been discontinued -' worse than others bear. You feel
from McElroy Pharmacy, and is a delightful tures of the postal business have decreased -
at this particular time, just sorry for yourself-the meanest sort
and easily applied treatment it has increased and is still I 11
that will never fail to act as a real I I as the winter season is setting in, is of pity. It is a pathetic illusion. Rid 2

and lasting benefit to your hair and increasing."The I!best known to the railroad officials, yourself of it and cheer up.-\Iem-.
figures will show a most as- i
scalp. T&F I I but it was a great convenience to phis News-Scimitar. 4
tonishing growth in the parcel post
i people all along the line.
T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. business," said an official of the post-
Conscientious work at fair prices. office department. "We have not expected -I Don't forget that the Woman's Ex-
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf A TIME: TO CHEEK UP change is the place to go for good
such wonderful development.The __
Yankee baked beans 1h !
every Saturday.15c. A
county fair exhibits started last
"Eat what you want.at The election is over and Thanksgiving a pint, 25c.; a quart. 19-3tc
all you want. April at Louisville, Ky., have much to atw jj sj
Take a postscript and forget it. do with popularizing the parcel post I and Christmas are coming.

For sale by all druggists. service. Within the last six monthsthe 1 Cheer up! Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's

l-7-d&w-lyr parcel post service has exhibitedat II Business is better, and nothing is Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
(needed but courage and hustle to
more than 150 fairs. The people
HERE IS A GENUINE have seen by the booths at these fairs make it better still. Cheer up! Eat all you want. ,

just what they can ship and just howto The world is taking your photo- Eat what you want. -
it." graph. Look pleasant. Of course Take a postscript and forget it.
BARGAIN ship have troubles-troubles For sale by all druggists.
you your you
Opposition to ExtensionIt 1-7-d&w.lyr
can't tell the policeman. You find
is feared by some of the expertsin
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life road whose stones often
a rugged
the that effort is
\Vi,0 WILL BE THE LUCKY department an > hurt your feet. Nevertheless--
being made on congress to preventthe

MAN TO GET IT? expansion of the parcel post ser- Cheer up. \WATC"THE "
Our ills If
are largely imaginary.
vice, so as to provide for a fifty
Two acres just out side the pound package for all zones and a we were really on the brink of bank-

limits in number ruptcy, or if there were no thoroughfares -
city a one 100 pound package for the first and
neighborhood.: Impvovedwith second zones. Fifty pounds can be through our sorrows, we would
clear brows, set teeth and [ ANNOUNCEMENTof
110 citrus trees, 20 in sent in only two zones-the first and make our the best of it. our The troublesof Virginia Pearson and Owen Moore
nice with second-now, and Mr. Burleson desires I
bearing. A pinery today we take care of. It is the
to remove this limit and put on Playing the leading roles. A modern dramaof
thousand '
one bearing plants, troubles of yesterday and tomorrow
and other Florida fruits for : the 100 pound package at an early ____ .- .. error and atonement. The thrilling story of two
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home use. Good six room ,_eu.o souls that emerge from the depths. In four beauti.

bungalow furnished, chicken .r ful reels: of motion pictures.Mr. .
house and stable. Locatedon h : Fritz Hauer, Orlando's favorite violinist,

a nice corner. A fine lit- : : wo L NIL will play "Chanson" Meditation (Cottnet); "Tam-
tle home for little money. -. : bourine Ramaue," (Kreisler).

Price $1650. Cash $700. -.j.ji.-i..---- --.: .jii:i'n. -_\ = I
-J li7 NI !4 L MI fir li iiU tf -
Balance on easy terms. We ": -n tt Hear "THAT ORCHESTRA""SECOND

are exclusive agents for this ---i:==::204 -- : .
.. I-w "
-" 4 C I 1 !t'.rz" ; SIGHT
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property. .:--. :=oo-- .. ""............".,.....-
it/ ; # -- will close the bill.
--= A Vitagraph comedy
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Cooper Atha J- wra,Ikbr Ras.F.aalL..M.. ti. ;r HILLS.

= Pat a Good Roof on a Good. Barn r l

114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor ::=;- This is a model dairy-fancy stock, scientific stable are w+ I Ii -- ----- -- -

Phone No. 311 i cJ: : rangement-everything just right. And the roof selected for- .3

*"""* this up-to-date dairy was _

Wood Wood WoodExcellent NEPDNSETPAROID The Prettiest TRANSFER

Core Pine Wood Sup !
plied in any quantity -
TTtt Real Rival of But Shingle _

=_The.matter of price had nothing to do with its selection. NCPONSCT Paroid was -
SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE .,,-_, chosen because it lasts longer than shingles; and adds protection-therefore makes a Livery, Draying and Hauling
better and safer roof. Yet NEPONSCT Paroid actually costs less than shingles' both to -.. SUBDIVISIONI
STRANDS OR MORE buy and to lay. You will agree. with leading farmers everywhere when YOU really -
know NEFBMSET Paroid. It is the permanent-wear. economical roof for barns stables
-all farm bull dins., I
Ever Placed

Telephone 375 .
On The Market AUTO .
South Street near A. C. L. -

Tracks -: -: :- ;' : : = = 2- = 2'::: e
,. Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited


Real Estate Bought Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. I 1 -
: CARl DANN 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida

and Sold. For the last Twenty-five Years. i I

I i. ,

City Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash 'o. ?: 1----------, -- -. .
and $1.00 week buys a Lot ; .. ._ 3
per .zJ.._... : .L""'- .."!li.. "'" :

Notary Work Promptly and Neatly -- =- '=*< .... .' <"' d_ -=-=--=__ ";..'..., :..:.-.:.- _: -= j I about :
Done. .
't Do =
.' !.. -- --_-_X'.O.f.>! .. ;:- 'fo"c.;) --_=-::::_ not worry your

__ _L' t'i..> ""rl.1... .;.",""" [ k-.... ;

,FLORIDA A Longer Season For k
Office at Pinehurst ParkP.

PHONE 403; 0. Box 281 10-8-lm Florida Citrus Fruits Plumbing and Sewering i i

Heretofore Florida fruits have hud too short a season. The

I fine prices usually secured forlateorangesand grapefruit could
be had on a much larger volume cf fruit than the State now i

markets and for a longer period.

.Pill Street.JEWELER t. Buckeye; Nurseries have urged the planting of late varieties for We will do it for you and you pay when you 1

. many years. Many of the most prosperous growers of the State 1
owe their success to this advice. The best late oranges and get ready

grapefruit were introduced by Buckeye Nurseries. I" 1 1II


Tells What to Plant I and HfATING CO. 11 11I
make a specialt" of Fine II Call on F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUMBING
Watch, Clock and Jewelery Repairing Also it gives suggestions for adectisa Iocatioa or grove and on every ethether
; Diamond Setting,Ring phase of citrus fruit ct Ittre. It is a compl.tc: p-liJe to sacccs and all its
and Spectacle Repairing. advice has been tried oat in lie experience: of sag-cu .d,;r.- '
Varieties are described in detail; many of them are illustrated in natural
Bring me repairs others have colors: Some of the best groves of the State are pictured to show proper and !
failed to do, and I will repair methods of planting cultivation fertilization spraying marketing,etc. I Cor. Graves IrvinlStreetsORLANDO E
them satisfactorily or no charge. Too expensive to permit of indiscriminate distribution the book is free to -I;
Jly prices are reasonable. all intending planters. You will be welcome to a copy if you write for it I
,while we have a supply on hand-edition is limited. i



TAMPA, FLA.uekeyeTreesBear.
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:East, Pine Street, at Young's .. ,;
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South Florida SentinelMORNING I QMmtin
"'. M. GLENN ".,........,..,.,...'.EditorW. Then Candles Were Procuredand II I
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C. ESSINCTON .Rutintu Manner "Eliz..
Then-Lights FlashedOn i -Edited By Miss Wright -
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Entered, u Second at the Class pcetoffire Mail Matter.at Orlando. Florida Again-'Veddin I Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 I !i i

Daily. 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION.... ... ... ...PATES........... JS.OO : Was Peculiar One I WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR I I i .
Daily. 6 Months ........... ......,.... 2.50 I roses. i
Daily. 3 Months ..."..... ......".,.... 1.25 and Mrs. :\ Miss Wescott Hostess I A QUIT CLAIM DEED
Daily. 1 Month .......... ............. .59 Mr. Ier'lelcElroy returned -': Nov. 20th-21st.
yesterday from Birminghamwhere The Conewago Club met last even-
1 ,Year .. $1.00
Weekly, 6 Months .::::::::::::::::::: :; they attended the WhiteDrennen I |{ ing at the home of the president I I .
Friday Miss Marie Wescott, Rock lake. !
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IS wedding. Mrs. McElroy was ma- :13 P. \I.-uApron showei" and social !i on !
ADVANCETO ____ tron of honor and :\McElroy was tea, Methodist church parlors. I About twenty of these young people TO PROFITS I
ADVERTISERS: also in the bridal party. Mr. McEl t I i Afternoon tea; Misses loft. '' gather at the different homes each !
Mrs. W. F. Blackman's Kappa Epsilon week to while the hours i
stated that the wed- away merry
yesterday -
Copy for display and all ether hand-set roy luncheon.St. I
be handra In at the busineuoffice with and dance. Ice and i
advertising, must ding was held under very peculiar I Cecilia's Guild, Chapter House song cream
of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m.
the day before publication. This rule applies circumstances. He had preceded the I Episcopal church. cake were served by the hostess. The IMMENSE I Ii
I* chances for contract advertising adhered: it U bridal party and was in the front of Saturday name is an Indian one, being very appropriate -
invariable and will strictly
3 P. :\ D. A. R. card Red
for this where
Janrinn Senti'I--dinconlinued the church the others were followinghim I country
SuLacribers The Cross benefit; Mrs. Jackson, hos-
should notify the office in writing on the ceremony was about to be tess, 305 Church street. I Indian braves had their hunting i
the date of expiration otherwise it will berontinoed
at the regular subscription rates, performed, when-the lights went G P. M. Oyster supper; Baptist! ladies i i ground until driven far south into THANKSGIVING SALt I
until notice to stop is received. I Pine street arcade. I
Telephone Numb r ........"............. 24 out. Then there was confusion and :Mrs. Fishback Entertains i the Everglades.
embarrassment and all kinds of trou- I
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1911. I j The Younger Matrons Card Club '
ble. Candles were secured, the cere- SECOND NUMBER OF LICEU.1LECTURE
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I i met with Mrs. Davis Fishback at the OF ,
PROHIBITION mony proceeded and then, of course i COURSE AT THE
i Tremont hotel after- r
i on Thursday I
this week the Wo- the lights came on again. GRAND; HIGH CLASS
years ago
r I j noon. After several very enjoyable

man's organized Christian in Temperance'Cleveland. Unionwas Since I games back, assisted had been by Mrs.:pla'edIrs.Waters. Howe Fish- The second number, Edwin B.Weeks MILLINERYREADYTOWEAR
its foundation nearly a half million and Mrs. :Mallett served fruit salad and company of the Lyceum I
its TheV. course, was staged at thif
women compose membership. olives sandwiches and tea to her ,
] i
\ is in ab, 10- Grand last night. All were head-
C. T. U. organized 11: i
Mrs. DeWitt Miller made
000 cities and towns, one of the number Fire Chief and Firemanat guests.the highest liners; indeed, they could get a handat j
being Orlando. The work that St. Petersburg Todayto ; score. the leading playhouses of the

the organization in this city is doingis Watch Demon- j Rosalind Auction Bridge i United States; and it was a privilegeto LINENS
commendable. Progress has been strationW. :i The guests at the Rosalind Club have them in Orlando. The audi-

made, support of all classes has been '! Thursday afternoon spent a most de- ence was most receptive, and everybody -

reform has in the wakeof i lightful time playing auction bridge. came away following the per-
enlisted come. M. Dean, chief of the Orlandofire
i Mrs. Hamilton Johnson received an i formance feeling that they had
Ziow On
the local work, civic righteousnesshas department, is in St. Petersburg
.exquisite Mexican I I really, truly been entertained in
been promoted, homes have been today to witness a demonstration ofa teapot pottery a
bettered and a cleaner city with a triple combination motor truck. : for first honor and Mrs. Barry Bee- high class manner. :Music comedy
man the consolation, a casserole of playlets-all made the second num-
healthier has been the
citizenship Charles Hilpert fireman, is with him.
the same ware. Chicken salad olives ber an enjoyable one. The song,
outcome.In These two highly efficient membersof
I sandwiches and coffee were "Pretending," was one of the hit of I
the has
Europe war brought the local department will carefully I
about the severe censorship of liquor. investigate the merits of the truck, served by the committee, consistingof i the evening. I Actual Cost Not Considered

I In this respect the struggle has been and upon their return will present to : Mrs. S'lva.nIcEhoy, chairman, I I Note These
Mrs. S. G. Dolive, Mrs. D. C. Thompson -I The Cincinnati Times Star says: Prices! They arc only a Few
.! beneficial. Perhaps, as one of the results the city officials, if requested, a thor-
and Miss Antoinette Slemons. "The melancholy days of the sport- o'he! Great ReductionsTRIMMED
of the titanic combat, in addition ough report. Demonstrations and
\ i! The club room was artistically decorated -j, ing editor have come. He now has II I I
to the doom of monarchical
op- tests of the new apparatus will be ,
1 with vases of beautiful pink to write winter baseball." ..
pression, the death knell of liquor conducted today. It is expected that i
will be sounded in all of the European I I city officials and representativesfrom ---- -- . --. _.
nations. Russia has issued an many fire departments will be I = --,. ....... j HATSFour

edict prohibiting the sale of vodka; present ot witness the exhibition. I .
r France has stopped the sale of absinthe : Prices Only. All New Goods

; the Kaiser has spoken against GOOD WORK- I CONSIDER I I

f beer drinking and the 'treating" off The Tourists' Headquarters in the I $3.98-$5.98-$7.98-$9.98

f soldiers in his army; Lord Kitchener Hudson building will add to the com-
Desirable residential lot fronting 117 feet on Robinson -
t has counseled his men to abstain fort of hundreds this wlp-.er.; Ths
from drinking while abroad. The latest business men and altruistically inclined I' avenue and 150 feet on West Street. Southern exposure a 1 ETJ' tenth purchaser of a Hat, trimmedor

development in Europe is the ultimatum citizens of Orlando have made: ', and overlooks Eola Park and lake. Do not forget unt rimuu.'(;. to the amount of $...00 or
r by the French government liberal donations towards the i over will revive a S5.00 GOLD PIECE
I Ift equip- that Robinson avenue will shortly be paved with brick
barring the sale of absinthe and kindred ment and furnishing of the rooms. ABSOLUTELY; FREE.
I and that this lot is located in choice residential section. I
ft drinks in the African French Let the good work continue. I I .
colonies._ : have the exclusive handling of this lot. 'I

t In placing the ban upon liquor the I Nothing but bargains and safe investments will oc- I COATS
II I iii 1111.111111 U 1IIIIIIt
heads of European nations have realized cupy this space, so get in the habit of watching it from
I. : that every vital force in the human c T. F.HOURIHAN Sit i Prices Only. Every Garment a new oneCQLLEGE
Itt | time to time. It will pay you. .
t. body must be nerved, quickened i COLTS STREET COATS
rod strengthened to'meet the strain.If tt t Licensed Plumber and j 1.1 AFTERNOON 'OATS EVENING COATS I

I success comes the stupid mind Sanitary Engineer i I Regular $8.00 to $9.00 for _________. 5 6.98i
must be clear; the "red eye" must be ;tim t'-s Furnished. JobbingPomptlY $ I i i
t I Regular $10.00 to $12.50 for _______ S 8.98
alert; the absinthe-soaked body must Attended to. J S.Y.WAYInsurance

f be purified. If the war ends in a I PHONE 629 '; I I Regular $15.CO; to $17.50 for -_-____ S 11.98

( draw and alhohol' is banished at least rob Court Street it Regular $22.00 to $25.00 for _____ 16.75
and Real Estate r.
t something will have been accom- Agent
II I 1 Regular $27.50 to $30.00 for ______ 519.75 i:

4-ll-lm f I PHONE 172 I Regular $32.50 to $10.00 for _______ 24.98 I ij

[ TO COVER O R RVith STORM R SEWER I.. II.I..I III.II.II.I.I. j Every tenth purchaser of a Coat Coat

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411111IQII.ttlll.tIIICII..IIII'I..loell..a..CII'ttllll""II H f i Suit or Dresa to the amount of $10.00 or
I O\"er"iIl receive a $10.00 GOLD PIECEnSOLl"TEI.Y
When City Force Is Through I 1880 31 YEARS SAME\ STAND 1914 .\ FREE.READYTOWEAR.

\ Catch Basins Paving 'p JG Just received, Italian" Rye, Rhodes Gras, Florida I

of Lucerne Circle Rye, and a full line of Field and Garden Seed. Our Seed X I
FinishedThe ; are 1914 stock, no old seed on hand. Call Phor.e or write ar E

:; us for prices. McElroy Pharmacy, Largest, ol.lest, most ,

paving on Lucerne Circle is : reliable Drug and Seed House south of Jackso:1ViIIe.i : = !'II I '' Seven Prices Coat-Suits Yours To

being rapidly pushed and its completion PHONE No. 20 2nd door south of p )stcf ice; .,. 1 Only Choose From
is expected next week. On i I 1
We guarantee every Garment Shown to be
Wednesday the }intersection at Burke ... .! .t' II IJI..I IIIIIIIIIII.fll.11111111 I. II'I' 'III C" 'III" I 1 11111111IIII I' this season's purchase. .
and Lucerne Circle .
was finished; yesterday -
the intersection at Main I Jill C I G I IIII I I I I. .t I a I e I :. I I i. I I .. / I I J I III t 44.3.44 I A I'll Ii I I $15.00 Suits _h__________________ 510.98

street and the Circle was completed; ::r, I $17.00 to $20.00 Suits --__________ 513.50I
and today it is hoped that the inter-
I 22.00 to $25.CO Suits $16.75
section at Orange avenue and Lucerne I i --------- -

Circle will be laid. The storm Gifts That Endure I $27.50 to $32.50 Suits __________-_ 519.75

sewer on the northwest side is to be tiH8IIJM4MI8lt I I I $35.00 to $40.00 Suits ___________ 524.50
covered today. Other catch.. basinsare
II $45.00 to $50.00 Suits ____________ 529.75
being laid, and as soon as the I

city force gets through with its work $55.00 $65.00 Suits ______________ $38.50
the paving men will be ready to start I -- ----------
the laying of bricks. The very air is now becoming charged with the

spirit of giving, for Christmas will soon be here.

(Continued from
punch. I was never more page dense 1) than The choice and preferred gift is the one which endures, *

while trying to figure out why not because it suggests the continuity of love and friendship, every description plain

giving the people anything to eat I

made for Sunday the reception, while food right would and proper have Such a gift is a watch or piece of jewelry. Ii i! and fancyr educed from 15

made it "just awful. iI I per cent to 33 per cent be-
I was impressed by the number of You will find at our store everything that would; distin- ;

white heads among the delegates, low regular.MRWNT. .
showing that it was not the hot bloodof guish a first-class jewelry store-gifts of rare value for the lavish i I

youth that was rushing them into spender, and an almost unlimited choice of less expensive, but '

the movement.By charming gifts to suit the limited income. :
the way, Orlando would have
been as proud as I was at the splen-

did showing that Dr. Safford made We are sure our selections willplease you. 1 -
among all these big "bugs." I felt
that Florida was doing itself proudto %

be represented by her.I I
went to the first meeting hopingto DICKSON YES CO.

find several home people; why was Ii
it that none of them came? They T. H. EVANS i

missed a great deal, for even a hard- .
ened "anti" like myself found plenty

of food for thought, and more than JEWELER : STMF

. plenty of things to carry home to I ..t >t
ponder and inwardly digest.
; Very cordially, Orlando Orange Avenue Florida ORLANDO'S FJ

Mrs\ Lulu Hayes Lawrence.

. Read it in The Sentinel
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Charles B. Dow, cashier of the Hunting parties too numerous to ''MMMMMMMMMIOtMMijFAVORTE "**'"'*" 1
Peoples National bank, has sold his mention left the city yesterday and .;
tangerine grove to J. B. Stinespring early this morning for their favorite ; IF"GETUIT AT'
Mr. Gaston Jacobs of Chuluota : ALLEN'SIi
,. of near Pine Castle. spots in quest of game.
transacted business in Orlando yes- .EI
Open 2
terday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sims, of At- :Mr.: and Mrs. Waldo Reed who p. m. and 6:30

lanta, Ga., who have been spending have returned to their winter homein Admission 5 cents I
Mr. J. W. Smith of Thomasville
their honeymoon in Orange county Plymouth from Fall River Mass., I Y
Ga., was among the guests registeredat visiting Capt. B. M.\ Sims and familyat are visiting :Mr.: and Mrs. F. B. Reed, Ii
the San Juan yesterday. I
Ocoee, were in Orlando yesterdayen on Anderson street. TODAY'S PROGRAMFour OUR NOVELTIESARE
Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Sprint of route home. :Mr.: and Mrs. Sam Jones, Mr. and Big Reels Today! I II
Washington D. C., are among the recent Mrs. T. P. Grant, and Grandmother I Universal. "Universal Ike, Jr.'s I I
Talk about prosperity! We under-
arrivals at the San Juan. : Legacy, with Bobby Fuehrer and SURE TO PLEASE YOU !
Galey arrived last night from Pennsylvania n
stand that the Florida Grower recently -I Louise Glaum, under the direction of I
Mrs. G. M. Wakeland and Mrs. declared a dividend of 50 per to occupy their attractive Harry Edwards.
Duncan of Tavares were shoppersin cent. How is that in times of extreme -I home on South Main street. Imp. "Universal Boy as the News I MESH BAGS VANITIES)
Little Mat
boy's Friend. Featuring
the city yesterday.Mr. depression? It is altogetherin ty and De Wolf Hopper. I U
Harry Jarrett a popular young knowing how.-Ocala Banner.Mr. I TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY "Hepworth Taylor's Revenge." A I U

salesman is visiting among his :: and Mrs. Samuel Jones returned comedy, presenting Mr. Harry Bass. NAPKIN RINGS CUFFS
TO LET-A job of sewer connection. Eclair. "Son." A drama of to- I
friends in Orlando.C. last night from Charleroi, II 308 \\Vst street. 11-20-31* day. Featuring Belle Adair. CIGAR CUTTERS WATCH BOXES
M. Williams and a party of win- Pa., where they have spent the sum- I
ter tourists is expected to arrive this mer, and are now comfortably located FRESH HOMEMADE CAKE,meats, GOOD
salads, baked beans, and other good I ETC. I tIi
week from Fountain City, Ind. for the season in their home, things, at the Delicatessen counter.
Mr. Harry T. Waters advertising 225 Amelia avenue. I Caruthers & Gore. 20-2tc GULrAG -.. .

solicitor for the Philadelphia Press, :Mr.: and :Mrs.: R. K. Gordon returned
FOR SALE-Eight good draft mules, GSOL1NE
spent yesterday in Orlando on busi- last night from Jacksonville where I for sale cheap. R. D. Waring,
ne.-s for his publication.Mr. Mr. Gordon has been under the care I''I Rooms and 6, Watkins Block. i

:: G. Singleton, one of the lead- of a specialist for several weeks. His ll-20-6tc. AND I

ing business men of Fort :Meade was many friends will be pleased to know FOR SALE-Good work horse, at a
among the out of town visitors to Or- that he has been very much benefited.Mr. '!' bargain; perfectly sound; young; I
lando yesterday.M. C. D. Keller, the clever repre- 'good: condition. Address R. D. War- SUPREME AUTO OILARE ,
I ling, Room 4-6, Watkins Bldg.
: O. O>'erstreet and Mr. Entz- sentative of Ilaines, Jones & Cadbury i 11-20-tfc
minger are spending the day in the company Savannah, Ga., plumbers' TilE BEST FOR YOUR CAR
Wekiwa swamp on a hunting expedi- supplies, spent yesterday in Orlando.Mr. I FOR SALE-A lot of saw mill machinery -
j boilers, engines, etc. Will
Keller was for a number of years ;
trade for real estate, or sell on easy Deliveries or shipments of Gaso-
tion.Mr.. and :Mrs.: Joseph Terry, of Wil- I f a resident of this city and has many I'terms. R. D. Waring, Rooms 4 and 6, I I line and Kerosene in 50 gallon lots Manicure and Toilet I Setsin
i friends in this section. Watkins Block. ll-20-6tc Ii
i I II
mington, Del., arrived in Orlando I and up made to all parts of the
yesterday and will spend several I The Cornish Tea and Rest Room I FOR SALE-40 II. P.. five passengerBu'uk I city and county. Drums for shippingand
will start their regulareeky! sale silver and Parisian ivory, have tine stock
days here guests at the San Juan. I to- : < > < ft lass!' storage tanks kept on hand. we a of'
I this Friday ai i ;"aturda, *>( ike.horn. .-,. condition; !tins!;, 1.l': :,c. '.' Will!! trade I these for to select from
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Palmer of Win- you now.
.- made candy, nut bread, Boston for rit.j V o -i >r..i : '"-ast i I 11 n
dermere, were in the city yesterdayto brown bread, meet their daughter Mrs. II. C. I 4 and 6, Uaik'-is t P. o< !k : 1-:' I-6tckOS'i' '
:;. Call am. ->ee Mrs. t'or.ih.,11202t I all cars. Gibe make of car when you I II
Luff, who arrived the afternoon
on -- -- I '
train from Cleveland Ohio. ( order. U .llers.
I :Mr.ud: Mrs. T. P. Grant; Mrs. EO- AIHYI' Oo
Mr and Mrs. Fred W. Mercer and I :Margaret: Galey ...1l1 Mr. ivcbt.it Ga- ,

:Mrs D. G. Hargrave autoed to Or- .'ley arrived i yestiday from Charleroi: 1 it J C !I''VE-, I GULF REFINING CO : JEWELERS
lando yesterday and spent the day } ] ,
'Pa., W'eie they !r: .e SpE: I I. as: II. ur.. J r i. ,{ i, i ,: /apt--1 sent
taking in the sights in and around six mcnths. ana *.it? ugai-i: uo u. '..ledj :N;. ...tr 1 i- use t-r..i dent '. Agent RELIABLE REPAIRING. "EVERYTHING GUARANTEED."
the City Beautiful ... .. P. G.
i j in then h1te'r ho c on ..o-tu am L.xcepi.: .'Io{ni, Ca.ta.i 1
Mrs. S. Fell Jones arrived in the street. I i Telephone connections Office Phone 430. i O!
city last evening from Charleroi, Pa., t j Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Wood have 'Office cor. Oran 'r and Central Are I Residence Phone 269.

and will occupy for the season her : arrived from West Lebanon, N. H., ..... '
pretty home, 203; West street. :Mrs. I i for another season in Orlando and y--- To be convinced of the producing s :

Jones several has winters been coming and her to many Orlando friendsare for [I are Amelia occupying avenue.their They home were, 202 acocm-West J VENEER$1.25 CORES I,I I power of Sentinel want ads.-try one.McCULLOCH'S :;;;;:: :: ; : ;;f fi

delighted at her return. I panied by Misses Bessie and Frances '

:Michael Burk of Orlando, was in I Case and :Miss: Gladys Leware who Per Strand Up :
will the with them.
spend season
Clearwater today and purchased two i
lots Magnolia\ Park of J. V. Davidson I :Mr.: and Mrs. E. C. Walton and OAK WOOD i
and :Mrs.: Grace Pounds, a rela- daughter :Miss: Lucy Lee Walton departed ,.
tive, of the same place, purchasedone j yesterday afternoon for Lexington Orlando Wood Yard COMB OR BOTTLES 1
lot.Ir.: Davidson is greatly 1 Ky. En route to their Ken-
pleased with the sale of lots since |! tucky home they will stop at Atlanta PINE B. W.STREET Kingsley,AND Proprietor R. R. i i j Department Store : :
November 2, the big day, when 68 ; for a short visit. Mr. Walton has Telephone 344
lots were sold in a few hours.Clearwater -| been manager of the Reporter-Star 9-30
Sun. !for some time. I

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*< "DO.D.GE-'RR T iis. Glassware ; cuit. We can also supply you with home

< ; made bran biscuit. Send us your orders.

: Cooking

MOTOR CARS +1 I; Utensils j ; New Modern Grocery j

i Detailed specifications and price will appear in Watch window for Mon-
$ day specials. CARUTHERS & GORE
this weeks Saturday Evening Post

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Demonstrating cars have already been shipped to B :

| E : various centers, and the first one for Orlando will probably We have employed an expert

Sii : arrive the latter part of November.

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I I Nursery stocK FOR, 'one SALE, two, three and Number, La-ths and S11i1"1.gles

jSENTINELlWANTS four year old buds; Foster Early,
Pineapple, Java, Uemosassa, Wash f...
ington NaveL Address Mrs.1L Kahle ,__ .a
4 Apopka. Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf c


FOR RENT-Furnished room; good
location, on Lake Eola; rent rea-
The Morning Sentinel Want F sonable. Apply at 214 East Robinson -
Directory is the Greatest Want d avenue. ll-19-6t ORLAN"DORoyal
Ad Medium in Orlando. C
FOR RENT-Three connecting roomson
Terms Cash in Advance. ground floor, furnished for light
i housekeeping; electric lights; use of
RATES bath. No. 304 East South St. Phone
For One Day ______________23c; I 373. ll-19-6t Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________50c. ,
For Six Days _______________73c; t FOR RENT-Up to date furnished ----
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is Your Choice ? For One Month ____________$2.50 house; all conveniences; 211 Jack- ---
OI'flllea'ijrf""II"'J.' "J" .t"- rlt"JI '''1111 = 1. .**. .
This rate applies on all ads of ; son street. Also two light house- . M .II.JC t t411 .C+.....1.IIII.I.J..I..e..tl.e.... lr..eOlell.'I. I'Ii
25: words or less. If the ad contains ; keeping rooms. 11-18-Gte
A nice piece of property with a more than 25 words the rate r
gocJ house and about 3 acres of will be one cent per word for FOR RENT-Suite of rooms now oc-
lam beautifully situated betweentwo each additional word, for each in. cutfied by Dr. Christ. Long term :a""USI ESSIi
i ikes, only a few minutes to sertion. t tenants only' desired. Jno. M. Cheney. Ii
Post Office, with an orange grove If you can't bring your ad to 11-13-tfc -
? the office telephone No. 24. Accounts J
opened by telephone will be FOR RENT For season, only, fur-
payable the following day. nished bungalow, near Lake Lu-
5 acres in good trucking landA No children. "Bungalow" result frcm the and
cerne. Important friendships right introduction ;
? Every Home-Every Business- Box 345, city. 11-17-Gf
Every Man has use for a Ii the most through the
important ones come right banking con- ;
city home, corner lot at a bar- Sentinel Want Ad. FOR RENT-Furnished room, with
gain price sleeping porch, at 203 America
9 FOR SALE street. 11-14-lwkc nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We ;

A new 5-room bungalow, large lot, FOR RENT-Furnished for light invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter- ;
at a very low figure FOR SALE-Nice, comfortable home housekeeping, suite of large, pleas-
for small family; grapefruit, guava ant rooms; all modern conveniences; est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
? and orange trees; six squares of pos.- also two nice sleeping rooms; private
office. Apply to \V. D. West, 510 family; close in. 312 North Main St.
A 10-acre orange grove the Marion avenue, or Hotel Astor.11.181mo' 11-15-Gtc. .
owner wants sold at once.
FOR RENT-Furnished apartmentsfor
Read over the above and come
in and have a talk with us. light housekeeping, with all con
received and ready for
your veniences; also sleeping porches. COT
inspection, three thousand roses. East Pine between
Liberty and Lake .
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\v. R. Spier, 406 Hughey street. streets. ll-15-6t 4'D t't '. "f'1"I'I'8'1..ttll"I""O"I"I' . . . .". Cl. .

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FOR SALE-One 16 foot launch and FOR RENT-Apartment of four nicely < .I.I"I.laII11. 'r. fl'.I."aAr. M . .II.1"I"'QIO'II.t'tttlQ'il
I furnished rooms; gas, separate . .
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t. II North Orange Avenue skiff and boat house, all new; one bath, new house; adults only. G04
20 gauge Stephens pump gun with :Magnolia avenue. 11-10-tf-
, PHONE 608 two sets of barrels, new; one pointerdof
coming 3 old, well broke,
I years FOR
L OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL RENT-Large, attractive room.
fast and wide, retrieves on land and Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.
r water, staunch; will give demonstration. 11-8-tfc
FRED B. DALE All will be sold cheap. Inquireof
r C. H. BRYANT McMillan's Hardware company, FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with
. DAVIS A GILES. CounselF. Winter Garden, Fla. ll-17-3t
garage; elegantly furnished; on .
A..PEPPERCORN, Contractor Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox.
FOR SALE-Five room house, one 8-27-tf Our new stock of
mile from court house, $650. One
Liberty Brush automobile, $75. Inquire -
Shoe Hospital, 8 East Church FOR RENT-Seven room house; wa-
street. 11-17-lm* ter, gas, electric lights, bath, etc.;
Business DirectoryFor I barn, stable chicken house; lot 100 by Fall and Winter ii
FOR SALE-One seven passenger, 200 avenue.feet. Apply at 735 North 10-31-tf Orange Clothing

six cylinder automobile, 1ear old,
first class condition. Don't answer i: ;
BUSY MEN. unless interested. Address Bargain, FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con-
veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A. 1
LIST YOUR PROPERTYwith care of Sentinel.-----11-14-tf--- Knox. 11-3-tf Made by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in

me now, while I have the timeto FOR SALE-An extra well made, ,
look it over and familiarize myself light weight, cypress row boat. FOR RENT FURNISHED-Three i
with the talking points. 1 made the For inspection and price, address large, airy rooms, and sleeping and we are anxious for to see our
largest number of sales last winter "Cypress," care the Sentinel. porch; near Lake Lucerne. Mrs. J. E. you
Foster 411 South Boone
and expect to do even better this win- 11-19-3t* street.
f- ter. My prospects are beginnig to arrive 11-11-tfc New Styles and high class tailoring. Best
t and it might cause you to losea AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE-Five ,
sale by putting it off. Call WANTED I
pasenger Hudson, in first-class con-
( my new offices in the Watkins dition, $400. Must be sold at once. place in the city to buy clothing.
building and list your property. 208 East Robinson avenue. 1-15-6t* MULES WANTED-One pair of good i .
WALTER W. ROSE large mules wanted for the winter i
t Real Estate. Phone 555. months. Give weight and terms.
FOR SALE-One five- I
twenty-five Box 604, Orlando postoffice.

I T. F. HOURIHAN. Licensed Plumber. condition.passenger Will Studebaker stand inspection in A-No.by 1 11-18-tfc I

Conscientious work at fair prices. any mechanic. Will consider trade I W. lVI. SLElVIONS
Phone U2y. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf for Ford and part payment. MortonII. ROOMS: FOR RENT II I
t Jones & Son. 11-13-tf i

Your general laundry work, French FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Rhode Robinson avenue, on Lake Eola.
4ry cleaning, and pressing will be ap Island Reds, hens and pullets; 10-31-3w I . . . . . . . . . . " . ..
tf preciated. Satisfaction and service Ward's strain; your choice for $1.00. ,. .1 I' .111..111111 t 11111 t. 11.11 II .1 111111 I J MM.+filiMtiMMfMt fM

guaranteed. Open September 28th. Also fryers. Call' or write, W. J. LARGE, AIRY ROOMS in new, mod- ---.-....-----
Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry, Barber, just south of Drennen Sta- ern home, not excelled in the citv .It > MMOtltM MMMMMM MiMMCdt M* f f 11111.111111111111 If
f.,r whites only. 9-25-tf tion. 11-15-Ct for location and surroundings. Kitch- ii IM tatIMi OMMiMMMMMMIIMIIIIIIilHIMMMMMtMIIIMWe
f enette if desired. 14 E. Amelia, next '

t Up to date painting, papering, ete:., FOR SALE-One horse. <*13 Veach door to the Wyoming. 11-3-tf

t is the kind you want. Where to get street. 11-4-tf
i it! That's phone 636. W. T.
easy FOR SALE-Good boat wagon; can to adults only. 409 Delaney street. I
Entrican. 1-20-tf be used for hunting; cheap. II. C. 10-25-tf
McDaniel. 10- 3-1m

FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston Bros' famous
of Foster
f Conscientious work at fair prices. Wakefield $1.00 thousand. have a car
t Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf per WILLOLA HOTEL, ,405 South
E Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. I IiiI
10-28-tf Orange avenue, is now open. Beau-
BUYERS AND SELLERSI tiful location near Lake Lucerne. i
I Home cooking. Spacious veranda. Ironil Beds
FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. lan
buy, self, rent, and exchange real Inquire of Frank Phillips. Pine Cas- Mrs. T. Walker. 11-19-lmoc e
estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla., tle. 9-18-tf
r- over 30 years. Have handled over GARDEN AND FIELD SEED, mil-
$20,000,000. Call and see me. let, cane and lawn grass seed for II IIf
t 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine sale at The City Drug Store 11 East | There is nothing that will compare with the finish
hammock land; eight in grove; the Church street, "the all night drug iiI
present crop of oranges will be from PRICES for these
k store. Phone 632. 11-13-lwkc that Foster Beds and OUR \
t plasterer mason 750 to 1.000 boxes; 500 trees all told, f are on ,
i and cement worker. 516 W. Church ready for setting 10 in lake, -+
x r St. Phone 420. 10-25-lm one and quarter miles from Apopka. BLASTING Subsoiling and Dynamiting -I :;t: beds are far less than others charge for the same if:

Price, $5,000Address W. II., Box of all kinds done on short no- .
l NOTICEGet 178. Orlando Fla. 9-23-tf tice. A full stock of dynamite in ; ; style bed that has nothing near the finish. We would i I
magazine at all times. See L. N.
your roses now and have lots FOR SALE OR RENT Beautiful 406 S. East line like it in
E, .f bloom through the winter. Roses new cottage. Highland avenue- and Lewis 11-13-1mo* street, Orlando. ; ; like you to call and see this ; nothing :

now ready for shipment.W. Park lake in Sunshine Park. R. -
11-3-tf Ii. BROKAW, Salesman.' Bruce Perry, at Water Works. MAKE A SPECIALTY of planting ; ; the

10-25-1m. orange and grapefruit trees; 98 percent city.We
guaranteed to live. References
NOTICE-ROSES For Sale-Silver Cluster Grape furnished. Charges, $6.00 per acre., give with all cash sales. \ \
Owing to the cool weather, our Fruit and Valencia late orange buds. Address, Box 222, Ocoee, Fla. coupons
roses are now ready for transplanting. Vigorous stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2 11-10-lmoc
All orders booked for first ship- years old.9232m .
the 10th off I H. C. McDANIEL.
ment should be here by LOST AND FOUND

11-3-tf W. II. BROKAW Salesman. For Sale LOST-Linoleum box cover, yellow covered, between brass Peoples tool Kineaid & Snowden

; CO Acres, citrus and vegetable land, National Bank and Lockhart, Fla.,
Don't wa.it'for every one in town to I 20 fenced, 10 cleared, crop on it now, last Friday. Will pay for return.
have Entrican, the painter, before ready for planting trees this winter Chas. P. Dow, cashier Peoples National -
you try. Am too busy to look you and crop next spring; near school and Bank. 11-10-tfc
up. Phone 636, and I will be on the church; half mile of railroad station;
job. 1-20-tf good neighborhood; four miles from Who is your painter and decorator! Low Priced Furniture House. II
court house. Special price if taken in If you are satisfied keep the one you
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando. have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican.II Sts. Orlando Florida !
10-25-tf No. 636. 1-20-tf Cor. Main and Pine ,

18* acres of good unimproved cut- I, i, : .. : .. .. .. . .
over land, adapted to citrus fruit culture FOR SALE BY II. C. 3IcDAXIEL I \ l .11. M | iillMIMIiUM'AND '. . . . .. . .
and general farming. These
7 Room stucco cottage, near Eola;
lands are near Lakeland, Polk county. located right; built right; will be sold ANNOUNCEMENTMiss .
Would consider any good Orange right. I
county property in exchange, as thisis 21 of Orlando's most desirable I GORDON'S CARRIAGE I

my home. I also have a few vacant building lots, near Lake Eola; will be Lu Halstcd is now ,.. ANNOUNCEMENTMR. i
lots and one house and lot in
sold only to people agreeing to build "' ;
Concord Park addition that are covered houses in keeping with the location. ready take orders againfor -- :,
with citrus fruit trees in full 10 Acres on north side of Lake FRITZ HAUER has opened a
beari g. These- would sell. Come Ivanhoe, Place Cards .
over.- oking Orlando; all ScoreCards
and see me, or address, Wm. L. cleared; suited for a home site; good BAGGAGE RANSfER DR. L. H. RAMSDELL.OPTOM
Cory ell, 201 Concord avenue, west, land. etc. Samples at \ ETRIST Violin StudioROOM
OrlWo, Fla. 11-15-6tc 18 1-2 Acres land, about 17 roses in j
5 year old budded grapefruit nd or- residence 112 Grace St. L T. HARRCLL: Prop. (Successor to Dr. C. F. Li.1aa) 8 ROCK BLDG.
SHOE HOSPITALBoston anges; 2 1-2 miles from city limits; ORLANDO FLORIDAWE I
Church overlooks 4 lakes; nothing better in IM7-I w Phone 681. i Piano and Furniture
Brothers, corner FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES i
Florida for the
price. call at the address.
Shoes particulars
avenue. repaired
and Orange Moving Specialty
'" while, wait. Best rubber heels, 10-23-lm I a AND DO ALL KINDS OF I j I
you .
Hours, 9:00 to 12:(0 a.m.'Vltat A

t : :'.___Phone 40 cents.487.1--Best English 46..Q _tan 11.15.1mo'leather.- Get-- -the news- in the-Sentinel first. Subscribe: A The Dallj Sciuiacl. 8 E. C1rcb! 51. I'LO:,E,137 OPTICAL..A. KCPAIBJNG B i I-I ",

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Five passenger Ford, good condition. :

Hot Water and Steam Heat Price $350.00. **

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Rooms with Bath $l:OO H bargain if sold at once, 35000.

Nice Meals 50c i:I 1, Two Cylinder Reo Truck. Price $150.


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Paris, France.-The French army c:

now has the use of the 10millimeI; ( ;
ter field guns built in France to re- t-.4 / ?4RlEY- T :c
arm the artillery forces of Japan. C1ti1OSON 1
Japan was asked by France if she I ?VRTA i
might take the guns. The Japanese
government cabled promptly placing I
them at the disposition of France iI
and announced that she was sending I
back those already delivered so that I
the French army might use them.

To Avenge Good Hope fOR lUANISGIYING{ '9 I- i..
Panama.-The movements of three :
British warships less than fifty miles .'
off Colon are being watched with interest t .. \
by the Panama canal officials, For Holidays For Everyday |
who are expecting them to make use i
of the canal to reach the west coast a 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic
of South America.The Mechanical Oil Pump Step-Starter and 66 Refinements, $275.00.
warships were sighted by offi- Cheap as Other Meats | i
cers of the steamer Ancon. They I
were taking coal from a collier at : :
sea. It is thought here that their' 25c LIVE{ WEIGHT 30c DRESS[ { j "

mision is to pass through the canal
and join the Japanese men of war in FREE DELIVERY .*I,29o
the Pacific and endeavor to destroy '
the German cruisers which recently -
sank the British cruisers Good Hope
and Monmouth off the coast of Chile. i

No French Guns Near Cathedral Nick f r 91rgSC] ( ([

Berlin, Germany.-The Wolff bureau COOK WITH GAS
has been authorized to give denial The Orange Avenue Fruitman -
to the statement attributed to
M. Landrieux, priest of the cathedralat Phone 6O9J
Ilheims, to the effect that there
never had been any French batteriesin 1 1CllleIIO"
'I... e"'I'I."e" 14. 444x$4444
the neighborhood of the cathedral.The 1. Convenience 6. Speed
Germans declare they saw artil-
lery near the cathedral, and an observer 7. Efficiency
posted on the towers. t 2. Comfort

French Keeping CountSt. REAL ESTATE 3. Cleanliness 8. Safety

Die, Department of Vosges,
France.-The French government is 4. Simplicity 9. Perfect Regulation
taking careful count of the damage
of Heat
done by the German invaders to

French property and of alleged offenses -:I We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If 5. Accessibility 10. Economy
on the part of the enemy
deemed to be in contravention of The you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call
Hague treaty defining the rules of
war. and talk your wishes over with us.

The manager of this firm has had years of exper- 7. EFFICIENCYEfficient

ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a
ANY CATARRH ILL because the fire need not be lighted until all the food is Hjx
Surely use Ilyomei; it quickly million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last
clears the head, stops the disagreeable ready to be cooked. Because the moment the cooking is done
nasal discharges, soothes and two years.
heals the inflamed lining of the air ; ; the fire is turned off and all expense ceases. Because there is no
passages-you feel better at once. We are well posted on the value of all classes and

you When suffer your with nostrils dull headaches are dogged, or, J : waste as the fire is concentrated on the place where it is needed
Florida We
have that consant frog in the throat kinds of property. want listed with us all
Hyomei is the remedy that will give J and none of the heat the Because when
the quickest, most effective and last- bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real escapes up chimney.

the ing cause relief of possible-it the trouble goes and right quickly to Estate Bargains. : ; you cook with Gas you utilize every cent's worth of fire you buy. j |
ends You
your misery. simply
breathe Ilyomei using the small inhaler -
that comes with every complete -

raw Ilyomei and inflamed immediately tissues reaches lining all the the '' ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
poisonous nose and secretions throat driving and healing out the the WARING( REAL ESTATE COMPANY

sore spots-dull headaches vanish-
you breethe freely. Even the worst GAS DEPARTMENT
cases respond quickly. It is impos- R D. WAKING, Manager
sible to use Ilyomei and not be im-
mediately benefited. Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 631 ..... ... ... .. ......... . ..I ,.. t
Ilyomei can be had fromMcElroy .11.1111111111.1. IIIIII.IIIIII..IIII..II.lellllllllllIIIII.I..I.IIIIQII.'II W
Pharmacy, and is very inexpensive.W&F. IIIStf.A..a..II.I..II.III..IIIII.IIII.IIIIIIIII.I..O. : : J


, mastre Bids will for be removal received of by the the Govern-Post- Will open an office at Ualldo o .Paint and Wall Paper Co. I .1

ment Posoffice Fixtures and Equipments -
to the building in the Arcade TURKEYS! TURKEYS! 117 S. Orange Ave, 0\er Curtis & < i
formerly occupied by Peoples Bank, O'Neal's Store, about Nov. 20. High Grade Paints, Oils, Varnishes !
until the hour of 12 M., Saturday, 11-6-tf AGENTS FOR I
Nov. 21st.Further. Ka somine, Wall Pa- i
.particulars may be had on Cheapest Yaneey offers you Patton's Sun Proof Paper Wall Board Roof- :i

application.W.. C. McLEAN, Postmaster. BEST SELECT OYSTERS, 50c. Quart Paints ing Brushes, Etc. .'4!

TheWaldeckerFishCo SOLD AT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. OrangejAve. !i
Leave your orders at the Woman'sExchange Live Turkeys 25c per lb. THE SUN :
baking. Best home made mince and Dressed Turkeys 30c per lb.
Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP.
pumpkin pies. Also fruit cake and Special Wall Paper 3000 Rolls at 5c."J .'
plum puddings. Fresh bread and Place Your Order Early and Get a Choice Selection M. and W. O. COX
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I Tenants From

The latest addition to the Watkins
i!Block was installed yesterday when -" '::
'four swinging hose racks were placed -- .
| in position in the upper corridors.
k i i The four plugs are ample fire protec-
tion for the building and is an addi-
r For To-day--- tion testifying to Cot Watkins' thor- frill
oughness in safeguarding the' interests -
r Tomorrow and every other diy, you'll tied I of his tenants. The total length >
I of the hose in the four plugs is 300 .
a check account with the State Bank mighty j feet, each rack holding about 75 feet ii I :1)i 0 \.(-7'tj WOEltSTA( I l Il) i .
F; handy in keeping an accurate record: of your i of coiled hose.
affairs. In case of fire, all one has to do is r
t money to pull the hose from the rack, turn II I :1:1 low you; can personally be benefit-
f Take note !how m : business men I i
tar I on the water and-bingo-the! fire j
ted> l>y the advantages accruing to
pay you in cash? Very tew-for business is out; no need to call the fire de-
t } partment. Col. Watkins now states commm'cnity by .
take chances
t men cannot by carrying money
| that the building is perfectly equipped
about. The safe way .is the business-like from one end to the other and no, .. 1 1"l' .
I .:ito floral( ( llusory ,) Aol ?
; way-our bank checks. further work will be done. A gas: :: ( ; I
heating system has also been inI i .
t Try paying with checks. I stalled. It was completed yesterday! Call,
and pronounced fit. :M- telephone or write anti we will j. ..

L The State Bank of Orlando I mall our ooklct---just out---v/hieli I :
i! ___ : :. explains this act fully and clc rJy.
f k
I After being in session for ten days
t i the criminal court of record for Or- (
I 'i
( i I t :
important cases were continued until I
the next term. I II ., '. "
Wm. Jordan, "assault with intent| > ;;
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to kill, and which resulted in a mistrial ,
For ThanksgivingLet I at this term, was also continuedto ." ,
us send for you by parcel post a the January term. '

BOX OF FRUIT session Sam,Williams pleaded, during guilty the to morning selling : L : ;
back home for Thanksgiving. It will :0.
cost.make a nice rememberance, at a small months liquor, and in jail.was fined $100 or nine '. -'.' '.. ', ." l.i-,: @ ..... .':' fI'": .J Li
On a charge of aggravated assault,
Wrights Seed StorePhone Salom Pollard pleaded guilty and was ". ,. ., .. ... '
given nine months on the road. ( .:.." :' .': > : .." : ... .:.:' .::-..!," '>s, : .- ;
179 South Orange Avenue ------- ..
Don't forget the Sentinel want ads.

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=Great Furniture Sale Now On

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: The Big tare I


!. : _Featuring Beautiful Trimmed Hats

See window Prices and in
our display. quality
The modes are the most fashionable for the

:- every instance guaranteed. Faithful copies of

Winter Season, and are in variety sufficien o
Imported Models.I This wonderful offer includes -

satisfylevery requirement. Regularly every hat Ostrich trimmed Hats, lined with silk,

would be priced much more; improved faciIibeautiful effects in close fitting turbans, tri- .

ties for productions makes it possible to offer corners and duplicates of many imported

models, with fancy crowns of gold lace and

them at exceptionally low prices. elaborate materials.

Three Big Lots and Priced at $4.48, $7.29 and $8.79


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t Orlando's Largest Store, Quality Did It."



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