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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 21, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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THE MORNING SENTINEL-



VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1914. NUMBER 243.





PNEUMONIA KILLS INSTEAD OF BULLETS I







FOR SILENT FIRST-TIME BLIZZAZRD BOTH, ALLIES RAVAGES AND OF GERMAN DISEASE,ARMIES AND REIGN OF TERROR1'SIXTY ARRIVEFROMN. COTTONPOOL O OFI KING WINTER


SNOW STORM PUTS STOP TO TITANIC STRUGGLE -


4 -VELOPS STORM GUNS LEVELS AND TRENCHES SICKENS, EN- EXISTS N. V.BIG Y. GREAT AID GRIPS


l' FIGHTING lIENThuandsCasesof _

i IN MEXICO CITY-NOBODY PARTY ARRIVED FRO WILL CLEAR ENTIRE COMMERCIAL : SOUTH ATLANTIC STATES

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Pneumonia Reported KNOWS WHO IS PRO- GLENS FALLS LAST SITUATIONIN FELT COLD WEATHERYESTERDAY

TECTING IT NIGHT THE SOUTH

And As Many Men Perish


CARRANZA TO TAKE OVER V. C C. SOME HAVE WINTER HOMES HERE BANK LOANS CAN NOW BE META COLDEST WEATHER FORTY YEARS

Telegraph and Telephone Lines Down-General Staff in Field Is

Badly Crippled-Battle Front in Flanders and FranceIs Mexican Leader Will Set Up aNew I Those Who Have Not Will Find Few Informal ApplicationsHave I Snow in South Carolina--Other

Storm Bound-No Progress Is Capital There No- Plenty of Houses and Been Made for Loans I States Felt Spell of the

Being Made vember 23 Is Report Rooms Awaiting But the Total Is Not Weather Man

Silliman Them Known YesterdayWashington
From
Paris, Nov. 20.-The battle front in Flanders and France from the sea

to the Meuse is storm bound. Both great armies are silent. The rival battle
Washington, Nov. 20.Carranza; Some sixty-odd people arrived in New York, Nov. 20.-Members of Nov. 20.-The South
lines which a week ago were great towers of strength waging a titanic
will take over Vera Cruz from Gen- Orlando last night over the SeaboardAir the cotton loan committee which have Atlantic States today shivered in the
struggle for a gain of a few hundred yards, only to lost it again as the van-
quished of the morning's conflict by supreme effort became the victors with : eral Funston November 23, and setup Line, principally from Glens charge of handling the $135,000,000pool grip of the cold snap, attended! by

the coming of night, today remained two impotent masses. a new Mexican capital there. Falls, N. Y. Several in the party; held a meeting today and dis- snow in North Carolina and the low-
This in substance is the pith of the<
Great numbers of soldiers have been stricken down before the fury ofa from Silliman and other have winter homes in this city. Those cussed plans for the organization as est November minimum temperaturein

terrific blizzard, which is still raging, which leveled trenches, enveloped. dispatches
in Georgia and Ala-
I government agents in northeast Mex- who have not went to the hotels and well as drawing up subscriptionforms forty years
big guns and chilled the marrow in the bones of the fighting men. Where aI
ico where Carranza is still strong. boarding houses, and today will find and the like. The cold wave started in the North-
week ago bullets and shells bore fearful messages of death, disease now
stalks as the all-powerful and fear-inspiring enemy of friend and foe alike. General Obregon, to whom was en- accommodations.Those W. P. C. Harding, a member of the west and moved rapidly to the South

trusted the protection of the capital, in the party were: Mr. and Atlantic coast. At Augusta, Ga., this
Thousands of cases of pneumonia have been reported from the front, and committee, said considerable progress
left it with all government docu- Mrs. Arthur W. Mr. and Mrs.
every train to the rear of the allies' lines in Flanders and along the Oise and Cary, had been made and that tentative morning the minimum temperaturewas
ments, going by forced marches to George L. Cary and son, Lucius, :Mr.
the Aisne today bore great contingents of officers and men invalided back 20 degrees. Cold wave warningshave
Orazaba, Carranza's temporary cap- and Mrs. F. T. Harrington, Mr. and committees for the Southern cotton
by serious illness.At been issued for Mississippi, Alabama -
ital. At present there is no infor- Mrs. P. W. Tompkins and wife, :Mr. states had been considered.
the Carolinas and
Georgia,
I mation here as to who is protecting and Mrs. W. B. Spinks, :Mr. and Mrs. Harding also said he believed the
in
midnight an official report to BENEFIT FOR BELGIUM Virginia. Snow continued today
Mexico City, but it is known that Edward S. Scales and daughter, Cyn-
the war office merely states "nothing cotton pool would clear up the whole New England and along the Great
The Belgian benefit program at the something resembling a reign of ter- thia, Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Hubert,
notable to announce. This negatively I commercial situation in the South, as Lakes.
Lucerne theatre tomorrow will include ror exists there.Gonzalez Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fisher, Mr. and
Weather bureau showed a
confirms the unofficial reports reports
continues to fall back towards Mrs. George M. Sweet, Mr. and Mrs. it would put the planter in possessionof
Mrs. James :Magruder, solo, accompanied -
from the front telling of the terrific temperature of 10 degrees at Asheville -
Mexico City before the onrush Geo. W. Fuller, Mrs.: Mary Vermette, funds that could be turned over
by Mr. Will Branch; Miss:
effect of the blizzards. The midnight N. C., 12 at Chattanooga, 10 at
report ordinarily contains develop- Ruby Platt, solo, with violin accom- of Villa. One of the officials said today Mrs.fS. A. Talmage, Mrs. Thompson, to the merchant who in turn could Nashville, 14 at Knoxville, 15 at
that the state department would Mr. and Mrs. Ainsworth :Mr. and
ments of the current day. The tele- panist, and Mrs. Rogers, pianist accompanist payoff his bank loans. Memphis, 14 at Atlanta, 18 at Macon
deal with the general in command Mrs. Kimball, Mr. E. D. Cary, Mr.
and :Miss Nina Swearingen -
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and lines betweenthe and 22 at Charlotte.At
graph telephone He also added that quite a few informal -
who will sing. The Rev. Dr. wherever there is anything to betaken Oliver C. Mitchell, Mr. A. J. Sisson,
front and headquarters of the Richmond it was 30; Norfolk
It is expected that Villa Mr. Paul Deapo, Mr. Dick Waters, applications had been made
Rickert will the invocation. up.
general of staff in the field is badly pronounce 36, Charleston 38, Raleigh 30, Jack-
A large audience is desired. This is; will appoint a cabinet in Mexico City Mr. :Merritt DeVoll, Mr. Warren Al- for loans, but it would be guessworkfor
crippled. Reports of any possible developments sonville and Savannah 32, Mobile 28
for this reason may fail the third Sunday that the benefit for and that Carranza will have a cabi- len, Mr. Lewis Lilly, Mr. James Mc- him to estimate the total amount. and New Orleans 34.

to reach General Joffre. the Belgians has been given. net at Vera Cruz.RAILROAD Neil, and many others.
PINK OYSTERS LATEST
Zeppelin Heading to London Report Snow in North Carolina

London, Nov. 20.-A dispatch to ,THANKS, MR. TANNERJ. Raleigh, N. C., Nov. 20.-The first
OFFICIALS HERE ARRESTED THREE BOYS Washington, Nov. 20.-Pink
the Central News from Dover saysan oys- heavy snowfall of the season in this
L. Tanner, foreman of the elec- ters are the latest freak under investigation -
airship was seen tonight over section began at 6 o'clock this morn-
trical department of the Orlando by the department of agri-
Dungeness, a headland on the Kent- ing and within two hours more than
Water and Light company, was accommodating Representatives of Many Traffic Charged With Breaking Into culture. They come from beds in
ish coast. Another dispatch statesa two inches had fallen. Reports indi-
enough late last night! Lines Were Visitorsin and Entering Marcum'sGun Long Island sound, look like other
Zeppelin airship is heading toward cate that the snow covers a large
London. to step out of a warm bed and hasten Orlando and Repair oysters when gathered, but turn up portion of the state.

to the Sentinel office where he rem- : pink on the plate of the ultimate
Prince Von Buelow to Italy YesterdayQuite Shop
edied an ailing motor. Had it not consumer. Frightened epicureanswho
Paris, Nov. 20.-A dispatch from Snow at Asheville
been for Mr. Tanner 1,500 subscribers have besieged the departmentwith
Rome says that Prince Von Buelow, a number of popular transportation Deputy Sheriff J. W. Bass arrested Asheville, N. C., Nov. 20.-Snow,
would have missed their morning inquiries, have been assured
former German chancellor, has been men visited Orlando yester-I last night three young white boys of which began falling early last night,
"reading-food. Don't thank I they not harmless but deli-
appointed German ambassador to us-- day in the interest of their respectivelines. this city, charged with breaking and are only still filled the air this morning. It
thank :Mr. Tanner. cious.
Italy. Buelow's wife is an Italian Among them were Mr. S. C. entering A. Marcum's gun and repair is the first of the season.

and he has great influence at Rome, Baird, Florida passenger agent of the shop. They were locked up in

Laving been a habitual visitor there Illinois Central railroad, with head- the county jail.ROBERT Record Smashed at Macon
COOL SNAP BENEFICIAL SENATOR BUXTON BACK
for three years. quarters in Jacksonville; Mr. L. S. Macon, Ga., Nov. 20.-Macon is ex-

Scroble, traveling passenger agent of J. BURDETTE DEAD periencing the coldest November day

GOV. TRAMMELL ON WITNESS the Clyde Line Steamship Line; Mr. in the history of the local weather I II
Was Thing Needed to Put Flavor Returns to Orlando Yesterday
STAND Campbell Woodbridge, traveling pas- Pasadena, CaL, Nov. 20.-Robert J. I bureau. The temperature dropped :

in Oranges, Opinionof senger agent of the Texas & Pacific Burdette, preacher, author and humorist -Accompanied by Other I From 50 at 7 o'clock last night to 17

Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 20.-With Many Fruit railroad, with headquarters in Atlanta died at his home here yes- Tourists From New at 7 o'clock this morning. Hundredsof

officials of Florida here ready to go GrowersThe Ga.; Mr. S. G. Brown, traveling terday. He had been ill for nearlytwo HampshireSenator water pipes were frozen. ;i

on the stand in the attempt to con- passenger agent for the Southern Pa- years and for the last week had .

trovert the testimony of witnesses cool snap of yesterday, according cific, Birmingham, Ala. been in a state of coma. J. E. Buxton was among Columbia, S. C. 1

produced by the government in the to many fruit growers was Orlando's popular winter residents Columbia, S. C., Nov. 20.-The i iI

trial of E. C. Chambers, president, just the thing needed to put the flavor returning yesterday afternoon for an-I(I state was in the throes of a record- :

and four alleged agents of the Cham- into the oranges. It will make MAYORSPERRYHEADSUSTRegister WEATHER MADE TO ORDERCold other season in the City Beautiful.The I i Breaking November cold wave, with \

bers Land company, renewed interestwas them palatable and marketable as I Senator has a beautiful winter I temperatures: ranging from 22 to 30

manifested today in the case in well. It will now create such a demand home on Lucerne Circle and has been I I degrees early today, according to

federal court. The men are charged for the luscious fruit that all : at Tourists' Headquarters Snap Yesterday Caught coming here so long that it would not I weather bureau advices. Snow flurries -

with fraudulent use of the mails in of the packing houses will be busy I Shows Long List of Lots of "Us Folks"-Citrus seem right without him. He was accompanied I continuing from one to two hours '

connection with the sale of Florida and many men will be given employ- Visitors on Opening Fruit Business Was by Mrs. Dawn and Mrs. were reported by various up-state

lands.It ment. Day Blair, from Rutland, Vermont. towns. At Chester a rather heavy
: Good
was believed that after a few -=-- fall was reported. The temperature ;;.

expert witnesses had been questioned The at the Tourists' Headquarters here at 8 o'clock was 24 degrees,
register The cool spell of yesterday was
today the government would close its EXPLOSION AT POSTOFFICEPipe !I in the Huson building was unprecedented in that Orlando has STOVE BUSINESS GOOD three degrees above the minimum
and record established November 25,
case introduction of evidence I
on "installed" yesterday. The first never had such a noticeable changein
the part of the defendants would be- I the weather this early in the 1892. i
Became Angry, Flew at name on the register was that of year. Everybody Was Chilly at the
Ifin.Park There was little uneasiness among +
Trammell. governor of Flor- Chimney; Chimney Blew I Orlando's chief and popular execu- all the fruit growers, who refused to Same Time-Raid on Stove THE WEATHER j

ida, and A. W. Gilchrist, former governor Back-Lots of tive, the lion. E. F. Sperry; then be worried, passing over the matter Dealers and Wood i
Florida: Fair Saturday and Sun- +
were expected to be the .
among SmokeThe came many other names. W. S. lightly. Yards
first witnesses day. Slowly rising temperature in
examined when the defense "
Branch, who has been a booster for "You see, said one fruit grower,
north and central portions.
opens.EVERYTHING Orlando postoffice was filled I I'we have the made-to-order weather Everybody in Orlando became
the Rest Room from the first, came j
with smoke yesterday afternoon in this section. There are so many chilled at about the same time
yes-
about 2 o'clock and Postmaster Mc- second. The others were: Mr. and I here from the North that
people we
TO BE CLOSED i terday; and everybody discovered SNOW N. Y.
Mrs. O. W. Munsell, of The Wyom- RfflJEEP
Lean was busy explaining to the ru- had to give them a little cold weath- ;
that an oil stove would be about the
rious citizens just how the "explo- I ling; B. P. Carmichael, Lodus, Mich., er. They came here by the hundreds

sion" happened. at the Lawrence House; O. C. Nickersor I and the weather man gave them a right thing to offset the weather
Hungry Mouths Will Be About I I Empire Staters Arrive and
"We have blow-outs in this office1 Atlanta a\enue, city; William H. sample of the weather up North thatis man's sudden and unforseen visit.

the Only Things Openon said Mr. McLean, "just as other peo- i Eaton, Old Orchard, Me., 108 Sum- I in store for millions who refuse Consequently a raid was made on Bring the News of a Big 1.

ThanksgivingDay ple have and sometimes we blov up I merlin Place! ; Florence C. S!"iitn, Old to: come South, or can not get away." every store in Orlando that carried Snow Storm in

too. I Orchard Me.. Summerlin Place; Ira i Lawrence Gentile, the well known stoves and there was a big business.All I New YorkMr. J

Everybody was sneezing and I Westaver, "12 West Church street; fruit man, said that the drop in the merchants reported a heavy

Orlando business houses, the post- wheezing and having' a great time I Dr. Julius King, Chautauqua, N. Y.; (I I temperature: had increased the trade in stoves. Several firms sold and Mrs. J. W. Thimblebee, of i

office, the banks and everything except groping around. Mr. McLean hurriedly and A. Eaton and Mr. and Mrs. A. I strength of the citrus market. "The out their supply and others who I Portland, N. Y., who are among the

hungry mouths will be dosed on turned on the electric fan, an Eaton, Indianapolis, 201 Central ave I cold spell," said Mr. Gentile, "has were well stocked up had a few left. regular winter residents here, arrived 1

Union I employe opened the windows and made us al lactive. It is what we Wood dealers were also busy distributing | in Orlando yesterday afternoon and 1
Thanksgiving day. services nue.The
I front door, and then everything be- Board of Trade committee having needed to boost business. The cold wood to various homes, and '! will spend the season at their home '

will be held at the Methodist church, came readjusted.Mr. in charge the Tourists' Headq..rI spell; is only temporary and will soon. last night everything was "comfy" !; on Washington street. When they j

the Baptist, Presbyterian and Methodist McLean, like other fo'ls. et I -:: (!2:::-cto cxp-e-,3: its g::.titude 'pass over." and "cozy" around the old hearth I left New York the weather was ex- i

denominations uniting in the ser- chilly, despite his size, and dpltin' I to the followin" person who have i. The A. J. Nye Packing company and open fireplace. It is likely that tremely cold, and nearly a foot of L

vice. Dr. Poulson will preach the warmth. The stove refused to draw; made contributions since the list pub- was busy yesterday. A large forceof everal tete-a-tetes were carried on snow covered the ground. i

sermon. Bishop Cameron Nann will the flue was choked; and in conse- lished a few days since: Orlando men was dispatching oranges and I by the Beau Brummels who called

conduct the regular Thanksgiving quence the stove pipe blew itself out Water and Light company, electric other citrus fruits. Everything was upon their young lady friends. Saturday Evening Post, Woman's 1

services at St. Luke's Cathedral at of the chi-nney aperture and filled current for lighting the room; J. G. strictly business at the factory and The'Orlando Water and Light company Home[ Companion, Ainsley, Life, Les- 1 1

: 10:30. Special services will also be the office with smoke. It was something McCrory company, cuspidors; Dr. A. Mr. Nye stated that everything was I > were also victims of the raiders I lie's, Harper's, and others. Curtis -

held at the other churches. like a fumigation. I B. Whitman, loan of a rattan settee. running smoothly. selling many gas stoves. 1 l& O'Neal.

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o' hope for-a long while, till finally IPinder AUTOMOBILE;
---- 'down to the question, offerin :. LET'. ME BEAUTIFY YOUR GROUNDS

ACCORDING TO LU F. HAL- her my hand and Hart, and when she I will be at the Hotel Orland several days for purpose WHETHER A COUNTRY ESTATEOR
_ STED THERE IS LOT IN
says she'd have me, I felt Biggs all closing Orlando Agency for The .Allen, the season's
ORLANDO NAMES New York! So I went and fixed up sensation in Motor Cars. A SMALL CITY LOT

in my new suit what the Taylor mademe Completely equipped, Electric Starter
Sends Article to The Sentinel in
and a Shine, and went Over-
Which 127 Names of Orlando got Horsepower $ 875 $1075 )
street to see if the Bishop would tie ._ BLUE PRINTS AND DETAILED PLANTING IN-

f Residents AreMentioned us up, and he says, "Walker over 40 Horsepower 1375 STRUCTIONS AT REASONABLE PRICES

here" (or words to that effect), so I

went and Caulder and took Holt of L. E- CITFactory :
(By Lu F. Halsted)
her Hand and Drew it through my
I'm goin' to tell a little Storey
you Werner F.
arm, and we got hitched. I Tuckera Representative Nehrling
about mySelf and how I come to set-
White Rose fur the occasion-I
tle in this'town. At first, not,know-
couldn't get a whole Bunch of 'em- LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTAND
in' but about one Person I was feelin'pretty
but she sure did look Sweet to me!
blue and homesick, and readyto -- .
Well, I heard about some Sayles
Slauter any one that spoke to me. o' houses goin' on, but instead o' buy- CONSULTING HORTICULTURISTIf
Well, after I'd been here a few Order Your T Now
in' one, I see a Reel nice Little one Turkeys
Weeks, I met Metz( an old friend of you contemplate planting a citrus groveit
I thought I'd Hyer-it had a coupleof
mine, and I asked him Howe he liked will to advice.
pay you get
nice Green Fields Nye it, with a my
this "burg," and he says he liked it e
Lane in the back; but after awhilewe Local Agent for BUCKEYE NURSERIES -
"0. K-that it is a Feinburg! Live Turkeys 25c
wanted to build, looked
so we
Fla.
Wells, he was goin' home jus' then, Tampa,
around for a Platt o ground till we
he asks me Howard I like to come "
along with, him in his Carr to dinner; (Continued on page 7) Dressed 3QcH. Ollice Above PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK

so I went, and we had a mighty good PHONE 570 ii-io-ti
feed, all right! You see his father is

a Kanner, and we had some fine eats, T. A. MANN t
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the Cook just fixed it up swell with

some Curry sauce, and Mustard. I Grocery, Pine 'St.SPECIALS PHONES 80 AND, 610
was Fuller'n tunket when I got

through.

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that dinner was no less than a mighty

spliffy lookin' Young girl, with Cole THE CHASE & CO

black hair and eyes; so I says to ;

"Aletz, ."Say, Watkins she to you?"
And he says she was his cousin. Well, PET CREAM, doz _____________43c PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs J I _

it didn't take Long for it to Pierce 17 LBS. SUGAR _____________$1.00 modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- SHARE IN PROFITS
TO
BUYERS
it's way into my brain that she I date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the
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I FOX RIVER BUTTER, lb. 37c LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
warn't a Moody kind of a girl; she PROPER PACKING .
':. "was made o' the Wright stuff, be- NEW WALNUTS, lb. __________23c; .
FIRST AID TO Effective from August 1, 1914 to August

lieve me! So I says, "Say, can't you 10 LB. SNOWDRIFT __________90c HIGHEST PRICES 1,1913; and guaranteed against any reduce

kind o' Palmer off to me?" and he 4 LB. SNOWDRIFT ___________43c.1 which, however, would not accomplish the end desiredby lion during that time:
says, Wade in, old chap, help your- the grower, if he did not also have available the ser-
self!" I says to myself, here goes- 24 LB. PILLSBURY FLOUR ___90c. Touring Car $555.00{
vices of
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no need to Forage further; I guess I 12 LB. PILLSBURY FLOUR __43c.: Runabout 505.00F.
I got the right Gage on this, and my -
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Way seems clear! IRISH POTATOES, per peck _.2oe THE CHASE & O. B. OrlaiuU. At can fully e quippd.. .

So I commenced to Rush her- 2 CLARK TOMATOES _________23cKINGHAN SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM Further we will be able to obtain the maximum efficiency
Butt, maybe think the Chasewas in our' factory production and the minimum test I* ear
say you
BOX BACON, ______33c r-ach output .f
easy! Lord a' Massey, I had which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, expe- purchasingand .ale. the department above datea.if we an

to stand all kinds o' Knox! I told HAM, lb. --___________________ire! rienced, competent and reliable. 300.000 And should cars we between reach thin production, we arree to. pay. ...

her that I'd begun to Hoard my 3 CORN FLAKES _____________23c GIVES THE GROWER the buyer1 share from retail*4t to buyer Sit per who car purchases Con r a abo sew tAuguBtl.lllS
) to every
money, and that I was a Branch of a HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS Ford car between August 1. hat and August I, IMS.
good old family tree; and when they -------- For further particular retarding these low price and pr BI-

had the County Fair, I took her fora NEIL McDUFFEE CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED r sharing plan. ee

ride on the Ferris wheel, and she -- GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS I F. G. HUSH,

says to me, what if it should break, and
and would I Beeman enough to save Contractor: Builder CEI..A.SE &: C., Phone 226

her if it did, and I says to her, "You Bungalows a Specialty Main Office, Jacksonville, Florida i

bet," and that I'd carry her home too, ,Arcade 9-30-d&w A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. ; t III __
: Building. Orlando.
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-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 proveit

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


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.


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f v ______ From Taft, Fla. Jneeda BiuitNourishmentfine /: Wihdermere

GRAND
Miss Lu Halsted now -
Taft Fla., Nov. 18. Married, November o fla-

ready to take orders again 11, 1914 at the home of the I j vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness. Windermere Fla., Nov. 17.11. II.
b ride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank All Williams -
for Place Cards, Score It and wife, were Kissimmee
Locke by the Rev. W. E. Murphy for 5 cents, in themoistureproofpackage. visitors Friday.E. TODAY
Cards, etc. Samples at Miss Lela 1_ Locke to Aleck Rher. E. Palmer spent Saturday with
)ilr. and Mrs. Rher took the northbound
residence 112 Grace St. his brother W. C. Palmer, on his
train for a wedding tour to farm south of Orlando.
11.17.1 w Phone 681. several northern places, after which The public school will hold their

here.they will Congratulations.J. be at home to. their friends I Thanksgiving' entertainment the 25th. "Tb Sliado tile Wall\ "

II. Tice and wife arrived last I been Every placed one invited.for both New teacher desks and have pupils w P11 n

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Atlantic Coast Line Thursday from Pitman New Jersey and are greatly appreciated.Carl ,
and are settled in their home on First I
5-TOURIST TRAINS Wichen of Hiwausee was
from street for the winter.J. here Sunday.M. A special feature complete in two parts.
NORTH AND WEST II. Estes and wife C. II. Nelson Y A.
Moody and wife of Camden
and J. 3. Barklow were shopping in f
"Dixie Flyer""Dixie Maine arrived Monday for the win-
Limited" Orlando Thursday.C. .
"Seminole Limited" II. Nelson of the Nelson House ter.A..
J. Nye's is "
crew picking oranges
"Montgomery Atlantic Route""South Limited"Pu'llman will give a Thanksgiving dinner forthe GRAHAM CRACKERSA from the Palmer Peninsula grove. It "A LOW( fiNANCIER
of
members Taft Post G. A. R.
will be
cars from Chicago St. Louis shipped to the New York
and the W. R. C., and others ,
Indianapolis Cincinnati Louisvilleand any food for every day. market as fancy fruit as it is the
intermediate. points to Jacksonville that choose to at 50
come cents a
Crisp, delicious and finest packed by them this season.
Fla. plate. A jolly quiet time is ,anticipated A real laugh.
Dining Cars strengthening. Fresh Mr. Mims, working on the interior
both before and after
via dinner baked and fresh delivered finish of Rossmore Inn, spent Sunday
ATLANTIC COAST LINE with music speaking singing or
with his family in Kissimmee.
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. anything to make the event interest xo cents.SNAPAROONS.
G. KIRKLAND D. P. A., Miss Margaret Buckley and Mrs. "
Hillsboro Hotel.Tampa Fla.I ing. W. S. Brown were shopping in Kis-
A. W. FRITOT D. P. A., Bids' are' eing"received for the simmee Monday.Mr. "THE SMUGGLER'S WIFE
.18 West Bay St., Jacksonville. Fla. Building' of the proposed jail. Plans M. R. Vaughn returned from a ,,
and specifications are to be seen at
Business trip to Jacksonville and also
HERE IS A home of W. A. Levis. chairman attended the county fair at Live Oak. A BIOGRAPH DRAMA. .
GENUINEc f the committee. A lot centrally loated I
Mrs. Wm. Pansing returned from a
has been secured which r
to
on
BARGAIN visit with her daughter, Mrs. Tedger
b uild it.. Bids will be opened November
of
20 next.
Mr. L. P. Crister, representing the --- HEAR
WHO WILL BE THE LUCKY New York Bible House gave a very Jacksonville.WATCH 4

MAN TO GET IT? interesting lecture accompanied by
numerous stereopticon views on temperance "
Two acres just out side the and the life of Christ, in the That Orchestra, Ji J
chapel last Wednesday He
city limits in a number one evening. A delightful new biscuit -
was also taking orders for an ele i
neighborhood. Impvovedwith gant Bible; also some very good storybooks with a rich and
no citrus trees, 20 i in for Christmas gifts. delicious cocoanut fla- THE ANNOUNCEMENT j

bearing. A nice pinery with Miss Ava Collins who has been vor. Crisp and always 5c lOc I
one thousand bearing plants spending the summer at Birmingham fresh. 10 cents.
and other Florida fruits for Ala., returned here last Friday. .of-
home use. Good six room Mayor A. M. Bristol A. E. Boyce aJ
bungalow furnished, chicken and J. A. Simms were business callers r Y \
house and stable. Locatedon at the county seat last Saturday.
Mr. L. Bradford returned MONDAYA
Sundayto
a nice corner. A fine little his Taft home from Cedarville, N.
home for little money. J., where he has been visiting duringthe DLDNIALHILLS o
Price $1650. Cash $700. summer. c George Kleine Special

Balance on easy terms.Ve Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wright of Orlando

are exclusive agents for this and Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Ahik "

property. of Sanford on Sunday.Commencing were. guests of friendslere Buy biscuit bated by "THE VOICE OF I INNOCENCE E

Cooper Atha next Sunday Rev. R. NATIONAL BISCUITCOMPANY : ,
J. Brewer will hold a series of revival
meetings for a week or more in the
114 South Are Ground .
Orange Floor
M. E. each -----
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chapel evening. It is --- --- ---
Phone No. 311 hoped that great good may result Always look for that Name

.1 and many souls be brought into the
fold of Christ.
THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S
Wood Wood WoodExcellent I Mrs. Amos Kramer took the train i FUNERAL OF LORD ROBERTS
I Sunday for Elkhart Ind., having received -

a telegram that her son was I j I Ascot Eng., Nov. 19.-Covered The PrettiestSUBDIVISION TRANSFERDr.
Core Pine Wood
Sup
stricken with appendicitis and must
with the Union Jack and with his
plied in any quantity I have an operation performed. j I i sword and service hat resting upon B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
Prof. L. Riley our efficient manager it, the coffin containing the body of
I of the Taft high school spent Field Marshal Lord Roberts of Kan-
JiCIAL: PRICES ON FIVE I Sunday at his home in Plant 'I and
: City. I dahar was placed today in the small 1 Livery, Draying HaulingWE
STRANDS OR MORE J. II. Tice Herbert Tice and Mrs. room in his residence here in which
A. J. Richardson were shopping in i i the great soldier was wont to conduct
Orlando yesterday.Mrs. .
ELDREDGE BARIOW Chauncey Avery arrived yes I The family body arrived prayers.from Folkestone Ever Placed GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE

terday from Indiana to join her husband by special train. The ceremony which
Telephone 375 who has been here the
past followed was simple in the extreme.
South Street, near A. C. L. summer preparing a home on Fourth 1 The coffin was borne to his home by On The Market AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
Tracks street. employes of his estate. There was a
brief service attended by Lady Roberts
9-1-lm Eat what you want. I and her daughters and a few Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
Sat all you want. I
privileged friends conducted by the
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Take a postscript and forget it.
For sale all rector of Ascot. HORSES FOR SALE
Real Estate Boughtand by druggists.

Sold.City l-7-d&w-lyr Live merchants advertise in The CARl DANN 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida

patronizing. Sentinel advertisers. Morning Sentinel.

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Building Lots $100; $1.00 cash
and $1.00,per week buys a Lot

RENTS COLLECTED.
tCt
Notary Work Promptly and Neatly

Done._ Do not worry about your=

N. P. HATCHER 1 ..Lty


\ Office ORLANDO at Pinehurst FLORIDA ParkP.

O. Box 281 and
Plumbing ewering
NONE 403; 10-8-lra :

f Pct a Good Roof on a Good Barn -

___ This is a model dairy-fancy stock, scientific stable ar
V 1 rangemeBt--everything just right. And the roof selected for s
I' = this up-to-date dairy was
.Nile Street.JEWELER t. We will do it forjlyou; and you pay when you


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EXPERT WATCH MAKER
_- Tf>./?../Rival 01 But Shimlt. _-
-The matter of price had nothing to do with its selection. NEMNSCT Ptroid ''!
I make a specialty of Fine chosen because it lasts longer than shingles and adds protection-therefore makes wu a Call on JOSEPH RAEHN PLUMBING and f Ml CO.
F.
Watch Clock and Jewelery Re- 'a,_,, better and safer roof. Yet NCrsNSCT Paroid actually costs less than shingles both to -. .
pairing; Diamond Setting Ring .__ bar and to lar- You iilta with leading farmers everywhere when yon really _
and Spectacle Repairing. ____ know NEPSMSCt p is the permanent-wear.economical roof for barns,stables
-all! farm bulling '
Bring me repairs others have -

failed them satisfactorily to do, and I or will no charge.repair --- -- I [Cor. Graves and Irvin Streets 1

:My prices are reasonable. -.y

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THE: DAILY SIDELIGHTS

Smith Fbrito Sentinel I i I
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MORNING AND WEEKLY (By W, S. Branch) nit! i I

W. M. GLENN .....................Editor Two or three dainty lively little 1 t
W. C. ESSINGTON ......B..l. .. Manager gold fish in a small glass aquariamare -E41tet1 By .1!_ EHx Wrifbt -

Entered at the postoflice at Orlando. Florida a rather pretty sight. But in Office t.l.ph.w. ...17*. R.-i4.ftCe t.I.l pN.Me 11.. 24
a* Second: ClaM Mail Matter.
reality the fish are like a bird in a I
SUBSCRIPTION RATES '
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 cage. They are in prison. The nature WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR will attend this very delightful af SATURDAY SALE
Dan,.. 6 Month. ...................... 2.60 of fish is not to swim once or Ladies'
Daily 3 Month. ...................... 1.25 a fair. The Club has charge
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .69Weekly. twice its own length and then butt Nor. 21st. and the ladies are asked to wear cot-

1 Year ...................... $1.00 its head against a glass wall. Justas ton dresses, to stimulate the buying
Wftkl,.. C Montha .................... 75 to
it is not the nature of a man Saturday3P.M. of cotton goods. A prize will be
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN walk once or twice his own length in .-D. A. R. card party; Red given the most attractive cotton = NO. 32 =
ADVANCETO I Cross benefit Mrs. Jackson, hos-
a room and then be stopped by iron ; I gown. Tickets are one dollar, includ-
ADVERTISERS: tess, 305 Church street. I
bars. The nature of a fish is to swim 6 P.M.-Oyster supper; Baptist ladies ing the dance and supper. Everyone I
,. Copy for display and all ether hand-Mt and swim and swim some more. If Pine street arcade. is extended a cordial invitation.
'dverHsing.f the matt Sentinel be handed not later in at than the buaincMoffice 2 p. .. you wish to see schools of gold fish "Be Natural" PartiesA Mrs. Blackman Charming Hostess Some women save all their shopping for Saturday -
the Wore publication. TU. rule applies I -men, too, they save a lot of by t
day money
to chaac for contract adrertiiinc; it iibtrariable that live in happiness because they few girls who have been meetingat Mrs. W. F. Blackman of Winter .
know that the
so doing. They Saturday Sales
and will be strictly adhered to. have room to swim and dart in and the different homes once a week Park charmingly entertained at her
I offer astonishing buying
SoVscfiWrm <""*firing The Sentinel discontinued out among rocks water plants and met with the Misses Holt Friday aft t home yesterday at a one o'clock lunch- opportunitiestheyhave
should notify the office in writing on learned that they get bigger values and bet-
the date of expiration otherwise it will be shells go up and see Mr. O. B. ternoon to sew and "be natural." j eon. A six course lap luncheon was
I ter prices at these bargain events than
continued at the recular subscription rates at any
Floyd's concrete tank located on his These informal gatherings have been served in the spacious living room
until notice to stop ia received.Telephone I 1 other time. A few cents saved
Numb r ...................... 21 lawn on West Livingston avenue. greatly enjoyed. Five o'clock tea was t I where the flames from an open fireplace on every purchaseis
I worth while-how much
you save depends on
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1914. : Mr. Floyd has over a thousand gold served. I I I added greatly to the comfort of how much you buy-many littles make a much.
fish and they enjoy living because From PittsburghMrs. the guests. Those present were for- We shall
expect you Saturday.
EARLYDO they have plenty of food and room Eva Young Mrs. White Miss I mer Rollins College students, and

your Christmas shopping early. to race and chase and hunt and en- Eva and Mr. Clarence Young arrived also Mrs. F. A. Curtis and Mrs.

Also remember to dig down in your joy their particular kind of freedom.Mr. yesterday afternoon on the 1:19 from Berkeley Blackman; Mrs. Gray Rush, Wash ClothsThe

pocket and help make a miserable Floyd's serious business is sell I I Pittsburg Pa., to occupy their winter Mrs. Davis Fishback, Mrs. Merle Mc- New Mesh Wash Cloths Colored edges
home happier by buying somethingfor ing rice to the merchants of Florida. home on East Pine street for the sea- Elroy Mrs. Walter C. Essington 5c.
regular each Saturday 2 for 5C
a poor youngster whose knowl- But part of his recreation is to make son. Mrs. W. M. Glenn and the Misses

edge of Santa Claus is meager. In gold fish happy. Apron Social Success Mary Robinson Florida Howard.

1 other words be a "Good Fellow." -0- The "apron social"} at the Metho- Ada Bumby Fannie Robinson and Fancy Ribbons

o It would be quite an accommodation dist church Friday afternoon was Edna Brewer.
I MARIANNAThe 100 pieces of new and dainty Fancy Ribbonsthe -
to the dry goods and clothingmen quite a success. Each lady attend- The Sentinel is in receipt of an
state is watching with consid- very thing for Xmas Presents. Regular 30c.
if the weather bureau would ing brought an apron a fancy apron announcement from Mrs. Rush P.
erable interest the investigation beIng and 35c., Saturday 19c yd.
send some weather better calculatedto a kitchen apron a chafing dish Marshall announcing the marriage on
the board of trus-
carried
-f on by increase the sale of overcoats, apron, a bungalow apron and just Wednesday, November 18, at Germantown -
tees of the Florida Industrial School
gloves, sweaters, heavy underwear aprons. These will be sold by Mrs. Pa., of her daughter Ma- Outing Flannel
f for the
to fix the responsibility recent
etc., instead of continuing the demand Musselyhite's committee for the or- rian Janette to Mr. Frederic Erie
i i horrible holocaust at the state insti- 20 pieces, stripes checks and plain colors our
for decollete shirt waists, diaphanous fund at Caruthers & Gore's Griest. Both well and
gan are favorably
[ tution. It appears that carelessness leading line at lOc. a yard. Saturday choice of
hosiery, panama hats and store on Pine street this afternoonand known in Orlando.
and improper fire precautionswereto Palm Beach suits. evening. patterns. 10 yds for 8Se
blame. It is bad enough to confine -
boys in the reform school Dance at Sanford Leave your orders at the Woman's
f young
without endangering their lives. The The city of London has lately installed Our neighbor city, Sanford is to Exchange for your Thanksgiving Linen Towels Lot 1

investigation is timely and from it a a pneumatic ube for carryingthe give a very unique dance on the even- baking. Best home made mince and .
Never out of Fashion Prices
city mail. It is nine feet in diam- ing of November 27th. So many of pumpkin pies. Also fruit cake and go today on these
lesson be for the
gained
r may protection are away high but this was a purchase made
of all public buildings in Flor- eter and six miles long. We may our young people motor up to the plum puddings. Fresh bread and some time back-so yours the gain. Plain and

ida. have to fix up something of that kindto Sanford dances that I am sure they cake every day. 11-19-3tc Fancy Embroidery lucks, Damasks etc., etc.,
take the mail over on to Orange

If )1 MEXICO 0 avenue after the postoffice is moved. worth 3Sc., Saturday your choice 23c

Mexico suggests cacti hot tamales, -oAs -

chili, revolutions bowie knives bulls, winter approaches and the' Linen Towels Lot 2

swarthy faced natives, snakes, sand, Northland is covered with snow and CONSIDERDesirable
blood, mediaevalism, despair, villainy ice, while with us the hibiscus, poin- Make excellent Xmas gifts. Especially when
you can save a considerable amount high class
settia and other flowers are puttingon
conspiracy, demoralization powder,
I. smoke jealousy hatred fear oppres- their most gorgeous colorings, we residential lot fronting 117 feet on Robinson qualities at Cotton quality prices. This assort-
ment includes colored
Embroidered
sion and exactly"one hundred other realize anew the truth of the saying avenue and 150 feet on West Street. Southern exposure I designs.
Plain and Fancy Hucks, values up to 65c. Sat-
repugnant words, including debauchery credited to Henry Ward Beecher and overlooks Eola Park and lake. Do not forget
"Flowers the sweetest things that urday your choice 39e"Everlasting"
and doom. First Villa resigns are
.
that Robinson avenue will shortly be paved with brick
then Carranza then then God ever made and forgot to put a
Oblusnatsy,
soul into." and that this lot is located in choice residential section. I
somebody else. It would be a happy
GinghamsOne
have the exclusive handling of this lot.
day if a wall seventy feet high ten

miles wide covered with a steel roof Nothing but bargains and safe investments will occupy of the roost popular oinghams on the mar-
IMIIIiiaillMMMMMIIIT. ket today. A quality that has made us
ten feet thick could be placed over this so get in the habit of watching it from many
f space, new customers in the past and will make more
Mexico and all natives therein be fed f F.HOURIHAN :!| time to time. It will pay you. in the future. In stripes (checks plain colors,
on laughing gas for: a period of sixty; r Tartans. A 12c. quality, Saturday

days. Licensed Plumber and 10 for 85c
o t Sanitary Engineer \ yds

THANKSGIVINGThe Estimates Furnished. Jobbing

president, the- governors of all Promptly Attended to. S., Y. WAY 54-in Belgian BroadclothThe

the states and some city officials PHONE 629
i quality tnat made us ramous. Soft Chifon
have written Thanksgiving proclama- Io6 Court Street Insurance and Real Estate fi"i!'h. Dainty Colorings of Wine Tabac, Belgian -
tions. Those that we have read are i Agent I Blue, Dark Cardinal, Soldier I.ed.'Navy and
elevating enlightening and rich in ORLANDO, FLORIDA ; :

admonitions and give praise to the 42llraMllllltlllMIIMIIIIIM i PHONE 172 I IIIIIIIIII..III'.I.IIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIII.IIII.IIIII1IIIIIt.' Ii Black. $1.50 quality Saturday 98c

Maker of all things. Individuals who II i I
draft proclamations are fulfilling obligations I 32-in GalateaThe

to the public. If the public
IIII famous "Edinboro" brand. Yarn ayed.
does not respond by accepting and
Color woven. The very fabric you want for
following the beautiful texts of the 1880 31 YEARS SAME STAND 1914 that "perpetual motion" boy of yours. In a full

messages there is little need for such JG Just received Italian Rye Rhodes Grass, Florida range of new colors. Wears like leather.

documents. If ever a nation had Rye, and a full line of Field and Garden Seed. Our Seed Special price Saturday 20c yd

cause to be thankful for peace and are 1914 stock, no old seed on hand. Call Phone or writeus

not war; prosperity and not devasta- for prices. McElroy Pharmacy, Largest oldest, most
tion; democracy and not fearful mon- reliable Drug and Seed House south of Jacksonville. Wool ChalliesNothing

archical oppression;' freedom and not PHONE No. 20 2nd door south of PostofficeCMiliiMMMMIHIIIIHIMIillMMOiiliQIIHiMM nicer for waists iiis cool weather.
despotism the United States of PHARMACY The range of dainty new designs just received

America is most certainly that na I II . I II II 11111111..11111111111111111..11. . 11..1111111 II 11111 I.... should please all tastes. Specially priced for
tion. Without doubt the Thanksgiving -1..1 Saturday 29c

season of 1914 is the most glo- iMMMIHMIIII IMMHM .. ,

rious period in the history of the


MISSISSIPPI republic. VALLEY o TRADE Gifts That EndureThe Roman Crush Stripes and GirdlesIn plain colorings. W"th


CONFERENCE MAKING from 75c. to $1.00, Saturday 50C
RAPID STRIDES


Memphis Tenn., Nov. 20.Resolutions Ladies' ShoesWhite

ures were embodying adopted the by following the' Mississippi meas- very air is now becoming charged with the Canvas Colonial Pumps, Regular $3.50,

Valley and Central West Trade Con- Saturday $?.39
of for Christmas will be here.
spirit giving
ference today. For the chairman to soon White Buck Colonial Pumps, Regular $4.00,

appoint a committee to confer with Saturday $%.7'

the federal reserve board in regardto The choice and preferred gift is the one which endures, MENS SHOE DEPARTMENTANY

eral establishing branches of the fed- because it suggests the continuity of love and friendship, $5.00 SHOE IN THE STORE 3 98
reserve system or its bank in 1 ON SATURDAY _.$ .
Latin America and also in India to

finance American trade ventures. Such a gift is a watch or piece of jewelry.You GROCERY DEPARTMENT, ALL DAY

Such work is not to interfere with 1 lb. Plum Pudding ______________________25c:.
the branches already being estab- 2 Ibs. Plum Pudding _____________________5Oc:.
lished by the American banks. will find at our store everything that would distin- 16 Ibs. Sugar for_______________________$1.00
10 Ibs. Snowdrift Lard __________________95c:.
The government's work for the for- guish a first-class jewelry store-gifts of rare value for the lavish Readymaid Soups dozen _________________90c.
eign trade and merchant marine was and almost unlimited choice of less but 5 Ib. Box Parma Whole Wheat Flour _______25c.
indorsed, and to aid in this work a spender, an expensive, 12 lb. Box Parma Whole Wheat Flour _____ 55c.

committee was ordered appointed to charming gifts to suit the limited income.

confer with the government officialsin

regard to further work. A com-
We selections will
mittee of fifteen was ordered appointed are sure our 'please you.

to look into the relations with

Mexico and the countries adjoining

Mexico. DICKSON YES Co.STORE.
The conference found the present

railroad facilities for export via the .
gulf to be inadequate but remindedof T. H. EVANSJEWELER

the revival of river
traffic and the
creation of modern river terminals .DEPARTMENT

with railroad connections. The appointment -
of a committee of five to I .. ...

confer with congress in regard to Orlando Orange Avenue Florida ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEr"
,. this and also the channel improve-
ment of rivers was ordered. i

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Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hunt, 'of. The Cornish' Tea and Rest Room ftfMflitflMIFW..MIMjJFAVMtTEIIEJmtE
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LOCAL AMTEUOfUL"A =
Youngstown Ohio who have many will start their regular weekly sale I r O

friends in Orlando, will be pleased to this Friday and Saturday of cakes, :l.LEN'S--
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. dollar saved is so much gained. GET: IT AT
learn that they are shortly expected home made candy, nut bread, Boston :
$5.00 men's shoe in Dickson-Ives
ny down to spend another season in the brown bread, doughnuts, and tea Opea 2 p. m. and 6:31 p. a. :10
t stock on Saturday for $3.'8.
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City Beautiful. cakes. Call and see Mrs. Cornish.
Admission 5 centsTODAY'S :
ll-20-2t .
Mr. Geo. B. McGroth, of Norfolk,
The men's shoe department of LI
Va., is among the late arrivals at the 11111111111111111111111111
San Juan. Duckson-Ives company offers any I Mr. H. F. Phipps, district freight PROGRAM OUR NOVELTIESARE
$5.00 shoe for $3.98-0n Saturday
solicitor for the Southern Railway, 4-Heels--1 t
"A dollar saved is so much gained. only. with headquarters in Tampa, was in Eclair. "Whom God Hath Joined."
DicksonIvesstock the city yesterday. Mr. Phipps was A Western drama in two parts, withJ. SURE TO PLEASE YOU=
in
men's shoe
Any $5.00
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Spink, of on one of his regular trips to this W. Johnston and Edna Payne.Almosta
on Saturday for $3.98. Universal "Universal Ike
Keyesville, N. Y., were among the section in the interest of his com- Hero." A comedy, featuring Au- MESH BAGS VANITIES

Mr. and Mrs. Hobord Hayden and prominent winter residents arrivingin pany. He always notices, however, gustus Carney.
Orlando last night for the season. that Orlando grows between visits. Keystone. Comedy, "A Muddy Ro- STAMP BOXES FILES
daughter, Elsa, from Redwing, Minn., "
They have a nice home in Concord mance.
are visiting at Mr. and Mrs. Jacob This is a good program. Come out NAPKIN RINGS CUFFS .
Hassen's for the winter. Park. FRESH HOME MADE CAKE,meats, and enjoy yourself. Don't be afraidof r
salads, baked beans, and other good the cold weather as we have our CIGAR CUTTERS WATCH BOXES
The men's shoe department of things, at the Delicatessen counter. house heated.
Men! any $5.00 shoe in "Orlando's Dickson-Ives company offers any Caruthers & Gore. 20-2tc D ETC.
Favorite Shopping Place" on Satur-
$5.00 shoe for $3.98-0n Saturday THAT GOOD
day for $3.98. only. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY --.


Mr. Roy Roper one of Winter Gar-; FOR SALE-A small refrigerator,
GULF GASOLINE& [
Miss Mildred Finkoest, a pretty
den's sterling citizens, combined busi- nearly new. 16 East Concord Ave.
young lady from Cincinnati, Ohio, 11-21-ltc. i
ness with pleasure in Orlando yes-
I arrived in Orlando last night and is
terday. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Wes- FOR SALE OR TRADE-I have one ANDSUPBEME
7-room house nicely located, mod-
cott at their pretty home on Lucerne
Men any $5.00 shoe in "Orlando's ern in every respect. Will consider
Circle. auto in part payment. Address,
Favorite Place" Satur-
Shopping
on C. E. P., Conway, Fla., Box 43, R. R. AUTO OILARE
day for $3.98.
Mr. Jas. F. Martin arrived in Or- No.1. ll218tI

Miss Mabel Doty, who has been vis- lando yesterday from New York and MAKE A SPECIALTY of planting THE BEST FOR YOUR CAR
is a guest at the San Juan. He will
and all H
iting friends in Sanford has gone to orange grapefruit trees;
remain in this section for several trees guaranteed to live. References
Tampa for a while and later on ex Deliveries or shipments of Gaso- Manicure and Toilet I Sets
days and be shown the rounds by his I furnished. Charges, $6.00 per acre.
pests to go to Fort Myers for a visit. friend, Mr. Cardenas.Mr. I Address, Box 222 Ocoee, Fla. line and Kerosene in 50 gallon lots
11-10-lmo* and up made to all parts of the U
in silver and Parisian ivory, we have a fine stock of
Messrs. Wm. Weinert and S. F. and Drums for shippingand
E. P. Reed and wi'e arrived To he conviuee.l ..i I if P,... prixUicingpower city county.
these for to select from
Nelson were among the new comers storage tanks kept on handLubricating you now.Allen .
arriving in Orlando yesterday after- last evening f r'ITJ Keysvi !e, N. Y., of Avntuu.1 want IItJs.-tn one. 0
to spend the wiuter in Orltndo. They
noon from the North. They regis- H
will be guests 0; Mr. and, Mrs. An- - ---- ---- Oil and Greases to suit
tered at the San Juan.
drew Harris unt.i their home whichis OS1 EOrATHYnu all cars. Give make of car when you
now being erected in Co. cord Parkis order. Oo.
The subject of Miss Gordon's ser- completed. ,
mon next Sunday will be "Roger
j ulour .II4IWEI.L Ii JEWELERS
Williams an Apostle of Religious I Mrs. W. C. Sherman, wh > ba '- nspending ... 1" 12 .<<<-.i.y. aplsHnlntentn ,

Thanksgiving Liberty." This sermon.will be the annual II severa' months in Massachusetto =\ .-\trt rtarrt t< muse Irratment I GULF REFINING COil,, RELIABLE REPAIRING. "EVERYTHING GUARANTEED."

returned to OrlanJo jesvsr Except Xi::h t. Ca. 3. i
day afternoon on the Tampa Special. || Telephone connections P. G. WALTON Agent
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The Round Table will meet on Sun- Office Orange and Central Are" AM*
I Mrs. Sherman was accompanied home'I cor.
day evenings the coming winter at Office Phone 450.
by her sister, Mrs. J. V. Blari, of
Unity Chapel. The first meeting will Randolph Mass. I Residence Phone 269. tlMHIIt >MMIMIIIIIMIIIM MMMMMIIMMM
be November 29. An interseting pro- I I II I
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gram is being prepared.Dr. : I Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Shaffer of''! Don't forget the Sentinel want ads.

;Youngstown, Ohio, are season guests'' $1.25Per 5 f _
A. J. Taylor, who has been absent at the "Kome Inn," on the corner of i i MM

all summer looking after busi- Church and West streets. Mr. and i, Strand Up :

ness affairs in Caribou Maine is expected Mrs. Shaffer spent last winter in Or- :
to return to Orlando this afternoon lando and were so pleased with their ;t FIRE-PLACE OAK CHUNKS WOOD AND McCULLOCH'SDepartment sl : SWEET HONEYIN

and will go to his new home sojourn that they decided to return .

which has been erected during his so- and arrived last night for that pur- Orlando Wood YardB. COMB OR BOTTLES
journ in the North by Mrs. Taylor. pose. Mr. Shaffer was for seventeen .I. .
W. Kingsley, Proprietor
The house is a very pretty one and years postmaster of Youngstown anda PINE STREET AND R. R. Store : :
modern in every detail and is locatedon leading editor in the Buckeye State. Telephone 344

East Central avenue in Thorn- 1 I 9-30 tt ..
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FOR SALE BY H. C. McDANIEL
.I umber baths and Sl1.ingl
f 7 Room stucco cottage; near Eola;
SENTINELWANTS Iftcated right; built right; will be sold ,

right. i iPt s c \
21 of Orlando's most desirable
building lots near Lake Eola; will be
sold only to people agreeing to build
houses in keeping with the location.
10 Acres on north side of Lake
Ivanhoe overlooking Orlando;, all!
cleared; suited for a home site; good
The Morning Sentinel Want land.

Directory is the Greatest Want 18 1-2 Acres land, about 17 acres in ORLANDORoyal
Ad Medium in Orlando. 5 year old budded grapefruit and oranges -

; 21-2 miles from city limits; .
Terms Cash i* Advance. overlooks 4 lakes; nothing better in
Florida for the price.
RATES
For One Day ______________25c; 10-23-1m Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime *
For Three Days ____________50c ,
For Six Days _______________75c FOR RENTFOR

[$1100) BARGAIN For One Month ____________$2.50 RENT-Furnished room; good .1111111.11111.1111111111111111..11111111.111..11.1111.1.1 ..
This rate all ads of
' applies on
location, on Lake Eola; rent rea- Itll.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIII.III..IIII.IIIIII.111111.1. 11.11..IC..t.M t J
25 words less. If the ad
or con-
l sonable. Apply at 214 East Robinson -
tains more than 25 words the rate
I avenue. 11-19-6t-
will be one cent per word for

5 acres in tract-all cleared and each sertion.If additional. word, for each in- FOR RENT-Three connecting roomson -C7SIT ESS

fenced. About 100 full bearing can't bring ad to ground floor, furnished for light .
you your
housekeeping; electric lights; use of
the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
trees which, will produceover
orange bath. No. 304 East South St. Phone
counts opened by telephone will be
373. ll-19-6t
300 boxes this season. payable the following day.

FOR RENT-Up to date furnished Important friendships result from the right introduction, and
House Barn and Every Home-Every Business- house all conveniences 211 Jackson
Every Sentinel Man has Want use Ad.for a street.; Also two light; house- the most important ones come through the right banking con-

Good WellWe keeping rooms. 11-18-6te nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We

FOR SALE FOR RENT-Suite of rooms now occupied -
I advise those looking for a by Dr. Christ. Long term invite you to open an account with us where a personal interest -
FOR SALE-Eight good draft mules tenants only desired. Jno. M. Cheney.
low priced piece of country prop- for sale cheap. R. D. Waring 11-13-tfc is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
erty to call at our office and talk Rooms 4 and 6, Watkins Block.
ll-20-6tc., FOR RENT-For season, only fur-
f over the matter with us. This nished bungalow, near Lake Lu

offering will not last long. FOR SALE-Nice, comfortable. home cerne. No children. "Bungalow,"
BANK & TRUST CO.CLOTHING
k for small family; grapefruit, guava Box 345, city. ll-17-6t .
, and orange trees; six squares of post-
: office. Apply to W. D. West, 510 FOR RENT-Furnished for light
Marion avenue, or Hotel Astor. housekeeping suite of large pleas-

i ORLANDO BUILDING & LAND CO 11-18-1mo- ant also rooms two nice; all sleeping modern rooms conveniences; private; tlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlIIIIIIIIII.11111.lt..ll. .l.
( FOR SALE-Good work horse, at a family; close in. 312 North Main St.

,f II North Orange Avenue good bargain condition.; perfectly Address sound R.;D.young War-; ll-15-6tc. " " ',:," ',:," ,: ::,,:: ''I MM'MMMM::::::

PHONE 608 ing Room 4-6, Watkins Bldg. FOR RENT-Furnished apartmentsfor
i 11-20-tfc light housekeeping with all con-
f OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL veniences; also sleeping porches. 307 1

t ROSES IN ENDLESS VARIETYJust East Pine between Liberty and Lake
f received and ready for your streets. ll-15-6t
t FRED B. DALE inspection three thousand roses.. I:
. C. H. BRYANT W. R. Spier, 406 Hughey street. FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice-
{ DAVIS GILES. Counsel ll-17-6tc ly furnished rooms; gas, separate
c f. A. PEPPERCORN Contractor bath new house; adults only. 604
I FOR SALE-A lot of saw mill ma- Magnolia avenue. 11-10-tf- Our new stock ofI
i chinery; boilers, engines, etc. Will
r trade for real estate or sell on easy FOR RENT-Large, attractive room.
terms. R. D. Waring Rooms 4 and 6, Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.

t. I Business Directory I I Watkins Block. 11-20-Gtc 11-8-tfc I Fall and Winter

t I FOR SALE-Five room house one FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with i Clothing |
For-- mile from court house $650. One garage; elegantly furnished; on
f Liberty Brush automobile, $75. In- Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox.
BUSY MEN. quire Shoe Hospital, 8 East Church 8-27-tf

! LIST YOUR PROPERTY street. 11-17-lmo FOR RENT-Seven room house; wa- Made by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in

t with me now. while I have the time FOR SALE-40 H. P., five passenger ter, gas, electric lights, bath, etc.; ,
t to look it over and familiarize myself Buick touring car, in first class barn, stable chicken house; lot 100 by
with the talking points. I made the condition; looks like new. Will trade 200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange and we are anxious for to see our
E largest number of sales last winter for city property or good interest I avenue. 10-31-tf you
and expect to do even better this win- bearing R. D. Waring Rooms :
' ter. My prospects are beginnig to arrive 4 and 6,paper.Watkins Block. 11-20-6tc'' FOR RENT-Small flat modern con- New Styles and high class tailoring. Best
; and it might cause you to lose veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A. ,
f a sale by putting it off. Call todayat FOR SALE-One seven passenger: Knox. 11-3-tf
my new offices in the Watkins six cylinder automobile, 1 old
year
J building and list your property. first class condition. Don't answer FOR RENT FURNISHED-Three place in the city to buy clothing.
:
WALTER W. ROSE, unless interested. Address Bargain large airy rooms, and sleeping
Real Estate. Phone 665. care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf porch; near Lake Lucerne. Mrs. J. E.
f Foster 411 South Boone street.
T. F. Licensed FOR SALE-An extra well made, 11-11-tfc
HOURIHAN Plumber.
l Conscientious work at fair prices. light weight, cypress row boat. SLEMON'MMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMM
r W. M.
For and address
?t Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf inspection" price, WANTED
k "Cypress, care the Sentinel.
11-19-3t-
: LAUNDRY MULES WANTED-One pair of good

1 Your general laundry work, French AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE-Five large mules wanted for the winter
f 4ry cleaning, and pressing will be ap months. Give weight and terms. lV.
Hudson, in first-class
pasenger condition -
Box 604, Orlando postoffce. .111111.11111111111111.11111111.11111111111111.1..111I'I"" IIIIII'I IIIIIII
t preciated. Satisfaction and service $400. Must be sold at once. 11-18-tfc .
: guaranteed. Open September 28th. --
208 East Robinson avenue. 1-15-61 = :
!: Phone 654. Keel's Steam Laundry MM III II 11,11111' III I I I' I. I 111111 I I II II . 1111 1I11 III .iHfKiI
f-r whites only. 9-25-tf ROOMS FOR RENT -.. MMMMM*'

t: Up to date painting, papering, etc., condition.FOR passenger SALE-One Will Studebaker stand twenty-five inspection in A-No.five-by 1 TWO FURNISHED ROOMS at 221 MM;; ;.:;

is the kind you want. Where to get any mechanic. Will consider trade Robinson avenue, on Lake Eola. ; eftfr1tt 'I

it! That's easy, phone 636. W. T. for Ford and part payment. MortonH. 10-31-3w 1"I
: Entrican. 1-20-tf Jones & Son. 11-13-tf :
LARGE, AIRY ROOMS in new, mod-
FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Rhode ern home, not excelled in the citv
T. F. HOURIHAN Licensed Plumber. for location and surroundings. Kitch-
Island Reds hens and pullets;
Conscientious work at fair prices. Ward's strain; your choice for $1.00. enette if desired. 14 E. Amelia, next We have received a car of Foster Bros' famous
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf Also fryers. Call or write, W. J. door to the Wyoming. 11-3-tf *
Barber just south of Drennen Sta- < i
BUYERS AND SELLERSI tion. ll-15-6t NICE. LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
to adults only. 409 Delaney street. I Iron BedsThere
buy, sell, rent and exchange real FOR SALE-One horse. 13 Veach 10-25-tf Porslanlyke
estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla., street. 11-4-tf
over 30 years. Have handled over MISCELLANEOUSTO

$20,000,000. Call and see me. FOR SALE-Good boat wagon; can that will with the finish
is
10-6-3m nothing
F. A. LEWTER.A. compare
be used for hunting; cheap. II. C. LET-A job of sewer connection.
McDaniel. 10-23-lm 308 West streec. 11-20-31 and OUR PRICES for these
Foster Beds
that
W. DOWDELL. plasterer, mason are on ,

and cement worker. 516 W. ChurchSt. FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston THE WILLOLA HOTEL, ,405 South others for the
Phone 420. 10-25-1m Wakefield, $1.00 per thousand. Orange avenue is now open. Beautiful beds are far less than charge same :

Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. location near Lake Lucerne. We i
the finish. would
NOTICEGet 10-28-tf Home cooking. Spacious veranda. style bed that has nothing near

your roses now and have lots Mrs. T. Walker. 11-19-1moc like it in
.f bloom through the winter. Roses FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. like you to call and see this line; nothing
Inquire of Frank Pine Castle.
now ready for shipment.W. Phillips GARDEN AND FIELD SEED, mil-
H. BROKAW, Salesman. 9-18-tf let, cane and lawn grass seed for the
11-3-tf sale at The City Drug Store 11 East
FOR
SALE-Forty of fine
acres Church street, "the all city.We
night drugstore
I hammock land eight in the
; grove; "
Phone 632. 1l131wkci
I\OTICE-ROSES present crop of oranges will be from give with all cash sales iiiKineaid
Owing to the cool weather, our 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, coupons
roses are now ready for transplanting. ready for s'tting-l0 acres in lake i BLASTING, Subsoiling and Dynamiting -
All orders booked for first ship- one and quarter miles from Apopka. : of all kinds done on short no- .
ment should be here by the 10th of Price, $5,000. Address W. H, Box tice. A full stock of dynamite in
.
NoTtmber. 178 Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf magazine at all times. See L. N. --.----
W. H. BROKAW, Salesman. Lewis, 406 S. East street, Orlando.
11-3-tf FOR SALE OR RENT-Beautiful 1l-13-1mo.
new cottage Highland avenue and & Snowden
Park lake, in Sunshine Park. R.
Don't wait for every one in town to I Bruce Perry at Water Works. I MAKE A SPECIALTY of planting
have Entrican. the painter before 10251m. orange and grapefruit trees; 98 percent
you try. Am too busy to look you guaranteed to live. References
Phone 636 and I will be the furnished. Charges, $6.00 acre.
up. on For Sale-Silver per
job. l-20-tf Cluster Grape Address, Box 222 Ocoee, Fla. Low Priced Furniture House. *
Fruit and Valencia late orange buds. 11-10-lmoc I I
Vigorous stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE years old.9232m H. McDANIEL.. LOST AND FOUND Cor.IMam and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida j jCORDON'S f i

ISt acres of good unimproved cut-
over land, adapted to citrus fruit cul- t For Sale LOST-Linoleum covered brass tool .. ::t!!!!!!! !!!!!!" ""III1111111' : : : : : : :iMMMMl
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ture and general farming. These box cover, yellow, between Peoples r -- ----
lands are near Lakeland, Polk county. National Bank and Lockhart, Fla., -'
Would consider any good Orange 30 Acres, citrus and vegetable land last Friday. Will for return.
pay '
county property in exchange, as thisis 20 fenced 10 cleared, crop on it now, Chas. P. Dow, cashier Peoples National CARRIAGEI
my home. I also have a few va- ready for planting trees this winter Bank. 11-10-tfc e ,
cant lots and one house ,and lot in and crop next spring; near school and t ANNOUNCEMENT I
Concord Park addition that church; half mile of railroad station; I
are covered Who is your painter and decorator -
with citrus fruit trees in full good neighborhood; four miles from If you are satisfied keep the one you MR. FRITZ HAUER has :
house. 'peud:
court
Special price if taken in a
beariag. These I would sell. Come .
if
have; not J'hone1. T. E trican.
and see me, or address, Wm. L. next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando. Ne. 636. 1-20-tf BAGGAGE TRANSfERL. DR. L. H. RAMSDELL
Coryell, 201 Concord avenue, west, 10-25-tf OPTOMETRIST Violin Studio
Orla *>, Fla. ll-15-6tc Eat all you want.
FOR SALE
Eat what want. (SaeeeMor to Dr. C. F. LW.- i
you HARRELL, Prop.
Narsery stock, one, two, three and ROOM 8 ROCK BLDG. i1\
SHOE HOSPITAL four Take a postscript and forget it. .
year old buds; Foster Early, ORLANDO. FLORIDA -' ./1\
For sale
all
by druggists.
Piano and Furniture
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Pineapple Java. Homosassa
Church Washington
Boston Brothers corner i
l-7-d&w-lyr WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
? and Orange avenue. Shoes repaired Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahlft. Specialty j For particulars call at the address. i
while you wait. Best rubber heels Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3.13-tf T. F. HOURIHAN. Licensed Plumber.ConsMentin't Moving a AND DO ALL KINDS OF ,

Phone 40 cents.487. Best English tan 11-15-lmo'leather.: Get the news in the Sentinel first. Phone 623.: 106f!' work Court at St.fair 8-23-tf prices. 8 E. Church SI. PRONE 487 OPTICAL REPAIRING i.:i Hours, 9:00 to 12:00 am.

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found a nice Lott near some Woods,

and right alongside some orange e1' = .
Groves. Then I looked up a Carpenter tlf- -
and pretty soon the Boardmancame ry4RIEYD4vwsor '
along with the boards, and after ?VRT
the house was Dunn, they started on
the Barnes. I tell you,it saves, not
havin' to build Sellers!
And now ,we're settled, and I'm as
happy as a King! No more Stagg -V d rs
dinners for me! She's a Darling all -
right! and a Boone and a blessin' to --

me. Why, the other day, I stuck a' fOR THANKSGIVING i ;
nail in my hand, and say, but it did 'I
Payne-well! she got a Leach and it ,
took the poison out, and healed up
fine! t: For Holidays For Everyday

We've got a nice place, all right! I -
Rather have this place than the two i 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic '
'
other places I thought of takin'-!' Mechanical Oil Pump. Step-Starter and 66 Refinements $275.00.
one's on a Hill alongside a Glenn,I Cheap as Other Meats
and the other's by the ocean Billows.
Got a dandy cat-even if it does: I W. WHITNEY WRIGHT 1290S FlTuc
25c LIVE{ WEIGHT{ 30c DRESSED ,
Yowell at night sometimes, and a;:
fine Guernsey cow, what a fellow giveme I IIIIIIIIIIII MMiMMIIIHMtliilHIIMMIMtMatMOfiMOMMMMMMMMiMMtMMt'

1 in Leu of cash, he owed me; and FREE DELIVERY -.,'II... 11111. 11111.... 8 II I, .II,'1111 1111 J I1I1. 11111I111I11I1111. I II III. I.
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couple of 'em, when one day a man :

and says when to me I,told"What's him, he a Duckworth Beggs me ?to" :. I TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD If

let him buy one of 'em, and so my :. Nick FranciscoThe
wife says, "Howell it do to raise
'em?" I says, "First rate," and got : COOK WITH GAS
a Hatcher right away, so that's how :: Orange Avenue Fruitman "."
I got started. I raise sugar Cain and, :
Peppercorn too-that grows fine here, j: Phone 6O9
and it's great, fresh on the Cobb! j:
When I want the cow to come
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and call, too. 7. Efficiency
2. Comfort
One day I was fishin' down by the I
Lake, and was enjoyin' a nice Sweet- 8. Safety
apple, and a Bunn, while I was wait- ESTATE 3. Cleanliness
in' fur the Fish to bite, when all ofa
9. .
PerfectRegulationof
sudden I see a Mann just' goin' to 4. Simplicity
cross a brook what runs from the Heat
lake, and at the same time I spied a 5.
alligator (with a Sligh took in his We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If Accessibility 10. Economy
eye) right where he was goin' to
Jump; he thought it was a log-it you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call
most took up the Holbrook-so I
yells, "Nor-cross! down here fur- and talk your wishes over with us.

ther!" and lout with my gun and 7. EFFICIENCY
The manager of this firm has had years of exper-
shot the alligator and hauled 'im out

-fur I got a Armstrong as iron. ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a
They used to be a Forte right where II ; Efficient because the fire need not be lighted until all the food is
that happened, in fact, there's a pieceof million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last
the Wall there yet, and part of a ; ready to be cooked. Because the moment the cooking is done
old Cannon. Well, I took that alligator -I two years. Tt$1!, .
to a Skinner, and a Tanner, and ; : the fire is turned off and all expense ceases. Because there is no
We are well posted on the value of all classes and
you ought to see what a spliffy hide
he had! A feller' had the Cheek to kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all I waste as the fire is concentrated on the place where it is needed
ask me to sell it to him-said I'd Sey-
mour of 'em any time! I could a hit bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real | and none of the heat escapes up the chimney. Because when
him with the Broom! I wouldn't sell
that to the Mayer himself! We've Estate Bargains. ; ; you cook with Gas you utilize every cent's worth of fire ,you buy.

got that hide nailed up right in the
Hall!
I tell my wife that most of the

friends we've made here is on ac- I ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
count o' the fine Fudge she gives 'em WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANYR.

when they come to see us. Tenny ,
rate, it's first class fudge, even the
Dean says so! Fudge ain't the only D. HARING, Manager GAS DEPARTMENTIMIIIIIIIIMMMMMMIIIMM
good thing she can make, either, be-

lieve me! You'd oughter taste her Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf 1 M .' .. 1..1.11111... .
doughnuts-she Fries 'em brown as a 11111.1111..1.11111111.1111111111.11111111111.111111111111 111111111.IIIIIIII.rDr.
Berry; and her French fried pota-

toes! Oh, my! F. F. ..111111111111111111111111.01111111.111111111111111..
Yes sir-ee! I'm Keen on this town .. OIIIIIIMMMIMMHilllMMIHIIIIIIMiniilMTURKEYS ... ThompsonDENTIST

all I'm right-it's ready to a throw mighty a Rock fine one at;any-and I :, Orlando Paint and Wall( Paper Co. jj

Will office
body who says it ain't! open an at :
TURKEYS! 115 S. Orange Ave., over Curtis & :
O'Neal's Store.
NOTICE 11-6-tf High Grade Paints, Oils, Varnishes j
AGENTS
FOR
Bids will be received by the Post- Katsomine, Wall Pa- .
offers
mastre for removal of the Government Cheapest e Yaneey you Ration's Sun Proof Paper,Wall Board, Roof- .j
Posoffice Fixtures and Equip- BEST SELECT OYSTERS, 50c. Quart Paints ing, Brushes, Etc. {
ments to the building in the Arcade .
formerly occupied by Peoples Bank, TheWaldeckerFishCo' SOLDIAT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 OrangeAve! i
until the hour of 12 M., Saturday, Live Turkeys 25c per lb. THE SUN 3
Nov. 21st.Further. FOR FISH AND OYSTERS ORLANDO, FLORIDA .;
particulars may be had on Dressed Turkeys 30c lb. .
application. per Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP. !
W. C. :McLEAN, Postmaster. Special Wall Paper 3000 Rolls at 5c.. _
Place Your Order Early and Get a Choice Selection SI. and W. O. COX ; ; ;

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IBEKAH mER HERE

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Rebekah State Assembly, was in Or-
i:'" ..;_.-;.' ":':--.1a.: :' the
t lando yesterday guest of :Miss
tf f Alice Mann, 203 America street. Mrs.
Saunders is making an official tour |
IT of Florida and has just .
completed a
15!5 survey of the southern and western .:..)):;..' ,,: :? :: .:":

rt portions of the state.
Mrs. Saunders found everythingto .
t iir; be in excellent condition. "The :1' -
I{i lodge in Orlando is in splendid con :- ': ; f-
For To-day j }fj
r I Ir dition," she said. "Everywhere thatI :.
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: have been I have found conditionsto .: .. -' ::
other day, you'll find IS :
and
i Tomorrow every '
t be perfect. One of the big things
a check account with the State Bank mighty that the order is doing is the estab-
IJ I DO YOU UNDERSTANDHow
record of lishing of a home for old membersof i
handy in keeping an accurate your
,N''i the order and for orphans which f
money affairs. is being rapidly furnished and com you can personally be bsnefit-
II' Take note-how many business men pleted. It is a good cause and before
long we will have an excellent home." ted by the advantages accruing to
In cash? Very tew-for businessmen
pay you :Mrs. Saunders while in Orlandowas i the commmunity by
; cannot take chances by carrying money I present at a special meeting of
about. The safe way is the business-like the Rebekah Lodge No. 12, held at
," bank checks. I Ir Odd Fellows hall Thursday evening.The The Federal Reserve Act ?
i way-our hall was artistically decorated in
with checks. honor of her presence. Refresh- -
r Try paying
; ments were served.FURNISHED '. Call, telephone or write and we will

The State Bank of Orlando HOMES FOR SALE 7 ;. mail our booklet-just out---which :

i t : explains this act fully and clearly. f
Special for 10 Days Only

No. 1. 14 Rooms with two baths; '.,' .. ..'. ;..
centrally located. Owner's price, :- : -. "

L $5,000.No.' .lake.2. 5 with Room dock bungalow and boat on beautiful ; lot- :,:..... ...'.;. 'L '.> .,......=j jj

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_____.__tir.____-__'_____ _0--- _e.__ .__ ___..__________ citrus 75x450 trees.feet all Owner's set to price young, $3,200.No. jn/% % :
Wt f
3. 4 Room cottage; modern : :1.hi;
throughout; several bearing orange _
For ThanksgivingLet I and$2,500.grapefruit trees. Owner's price, i ,

us send for you by parcel post a These homes are all ready to step _. p" ,' :. .: .. '.

back home for BOX Thanksgiving.OF FRUIT It will into people particular and city hang properties and up county.your for hat.See-particular I have i"D'r": 1 ';"': ":' ... f ; 'i 'l'D" ::1{

make a nice rememberance, at a small and CHADWICK.rents 19 W.the Church man street.that sells ;('J".'..:_ .. .' ,,.' :. .C-.. .," ..... '' ': :. ; .,.,"..'_',:','-r", ...., : ..'_<:
cost. Watch this space for change in 10 :. ,. ;' ...,::.

Wrights Seed Store days. }:, -\:> .:..;:::..(..t: ";':::;:.\.;:'''.':=;':'<: : :...<:;: .". -..,. ':::''.., :.' ., .-. ::.'.:: ':. .;':....n.--. .. :-.-<:: ;..::-'.::::::' ':).:?r "f 8. :;:\'
Phone 179 South Orange Avenue Wood $1.50 strand up. Hand'sCoal ... .
Yard phone 566. 9-31-tf

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I WOOL DRESS GOODS, in plain stripes, plaids BOYS WOOL PANTS, in blue serges and fancy
and fancy effects, 42 and 45 inches, $1.25quality 69C fancy weaves, all sizes from 4 to 18 yearsQ Grocery Specials
extra special at -_______________ $1.50 quality -------_--_-_-_-_--_-----*J> 1.19

1 BIG LOT on the rear bargain table, know
you All
LADIES LONG COATS, one big lot in black Day SaturdayBEST
these are wonderfully cheap when we say 5
your chice for ________________________ c and fancy colors and weaves, all .gOOd$4.98
styles values up to $10.00, your

SHEETS large size, full 81x90, pure bleachedand
free from dressing, a regular 85c. U9C LADIES TRIMMED HATS, here is a sale that MAINE POTATOES, per peck -------- 25CARMOUR'S
quality, special at _____________________ will be the sensation of the day, a beauti-
ful line of fine hats, all the very latest OR SWIFTS 21
HAMS, lb.
SHEETS, size 81x90, bleached welded seam. styles for winter wear, worth $5.00 and per ---- C
We have only a limited amount of these, 39c $6.00, your choice for _________________$ 2.98
they are worth 50c., while they last _____ SLICED BREAKFAST BACON, per lb. ------ 25cBEST

CURTAIN SCRIMS AND MADRAS, in plain EXTRA FINE KITCHEN BROOMS______,_limit_____one___ Z5C
to a customer, 40c. value LAUNDRY STARCH. 5lbs. for 25C
and fancy colors, a regular 15c. and 18C.1 Oc -------
quality _____________________________
MEN'S ROLSTON SHOES, Black and Tan, LENOX SOAP, 7 cakes for 25CBEST
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beautiful Crepes and Voiles handsomely last __ : P 4.00LAD
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trimmed some slightly soiled; they are all CREAM CHEESE, per lb. ------------ 20c
our regular $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 quali98c TAN BUTTON SHOES, $4.00 and
ties, your choice for ___________________ $4.50 values __ $2..98SAND'VICH FANCY CRANBERRIES, quart lOc
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