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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 22, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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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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UDLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1914. NUMBER 244.





CZAR'S TROOPS MEET SEVERE DEFEAT I




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BERLIN DISPATCH STATES STATE S. S.BIG S. CONVENTION BAPTIST LADIES AID HAVE

THAT AFTER FIERCE VILLA PRESSING $$5,000 BONDSSOLD i HENRY CLEVYSVYRITES


BATTLE DEFEAT RUSSIANSMET TOMORROW SUCCESS I


F FORWARD '

Battle South of Cracow Disas- i SUNDAY SCHOOL MEET- OYSTER SUPPER A GREAT ;

ING OPENS TOMORROWAT SUCCESS; LADIES TREAT |
trous to Czar's Troops-
ADVANCING TO MEXICO TAMPA CIIAS. P. DOW ANNOUNCES SENTINEL FORCE I MAYOR SPERRY RECEIVES

Withdraw Over River I,
CITY AND IS JOINED BY SALE TO BOSTON FIRM LETTER IN REGARD TO

Ischuruk Program for the Day's MeetingIs I Power of Sentinel Ads-Dow :
ANOTHER LEADER OF PAVING BONDSGENERAUMPROVEMENT I BELGIAN DONATION
Reprinted-Former Recovers Tool Box CoverAllen


BLINDING SNOW-STORM A TVERDUN ;I FUNSTON TO LEAVE VERA CRUZ Governor Speak Jenningsto FINANCES Representative Here WOULD WELCOME MORE MONEY


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UNDER COVER OF SNOW GERMANS -I
Expected That Trouble Will More than four hundred delegates Following Opening of Regional The Central avenue division of the Letter Is Warm in Appreciation
ATTEMPT COUP
BUT
are expected to be in attendance at Ladies' Aid Society of the Baptist
Ensue When General Banks Orlando and the cf the Efforts Made in
ARE DRIVEN BACK TER-
the sessions of the Florida State Sun-
church last I
gave an oyster supper
RIFIC FIGHTING AT Funston Leaves day School association which beginsat I Whole Country Is Orlando to Aid Poor
night in the Arcade building which
ALL POINTS Tampa tomorrow. Benefited
the City BelgiansThe
the I was well patronized. At about ten
Elaborate preparations for ac-
o'clock the ladies to The Senti-
Freezing Weather Twenty Degrees Washington Nov. 21- Gutierrez commodation and entertainment of Following the opening of the re- came lion. E. F. Sperry, mayor of

the large number of visiting delegates nel office and resuscitated the editor
and members of the has received letter from
Above Zero Arrests Advance thirty Aguas gional banks November 16, an im- Orlando a

Calientes convention have passed have been made and all indi- in the financial world has make-up man, linotype operator devil Henry Clews of New York treasurer
Aeroplane. Drop Six Bombs provement
cations point to one of the most successful -
through Queretaro on the way to and B. M., by giving a free cup of of the Dollar Christmas Fund for
been noted. There has been
on German Hangar conventions ever attemptedby a
join Villa who is pressing on to Mex- coffee. It was some coffee and added'pep" Homeless Belgians acknowledging
ico This last the association in the state. strengthening tone in banking loans This
City. statement was received "' was given to the staff. Mrs.J. receipt of $77.46. money went
Berlin by wireless via London Among the features on the excel- have been easier and condi-
today from official sources in general A. Dunnaway is president of the towards gifts for the poor Belgians.
love 21.-The following statement lent arranged are: Interesting
Mexico.It program tions all around have been bettered. division. A letter also received from PercyS.

Las been officially given to the press. learned that all addresses by ex-Governor W. I Bullen is It
. was officially This improvement is not only notice- secretary reprinted.
"After a fierce battle the Russians S. Jennings, of Jacksonville, presi
of the Carranzastas have retired to refers to the Sunday benefits ar-
kayo been defeated able in national affairs but in Orlando Power of Sentinel Ads.
at Limanowa dent of the association E. E.
;
the southeast to make with Mrs. L. F.
a junction ranged by BrighAm, assisted -
As evidence of the far
south of Cracow with heavy losses. who French of Nashville; F. E. Hoyt, of the same encouraging note has an reaching the
Carranza. expects to concentrateall by clergymen of Orlando.
have I been sounded.To qualities of The Sentinel a want ad. s
They withdrawn the river General Thos.F.
Jacksonville
over Attorney
; _
of his dear In
forces and set up a new in The 'My Mr. Mayor: behalfof
Isehuruk." West of Tallahassee.The a certain extent this general placed Sentinel's classified sec-
at Vera he the committee I
government Cruz until am requested to
be increased stability of the banking tion several days ago by Chas. P.
can dislodge Villa from the national following program will thank you, your citizens for the val
Dow for lost tool box his
to
a cover
world was evidenced yesterday when
Snow carried out on the opening day: I
Storm Hinders Progress
Mexico ued contribution
capital. City according to of 77.46 kto eat
I resulted in the of the
anto return
Charles
Y. P. Dow cashier of the Peoples
afternoon M. C. A.
Paris Nov. 21.-Under cover of a accounts official and otherwise is Monday I The left fund. Mr. Clews, the treasurer, de-
National Bank announced thata cover yesterday. cover was
Minding snow the Germans massed now protected by a few detachmentsof building. sires me to say that we are particularly -
at Mr. Dow's home but the finder did
banking firm in Boston had asked
heir forces in great strength today cavalry under General Blanco a 2 to 5, informal reception. leave pleased to have your cooperation -
not his name. Mr. Dow would
for quotations on the paving bonds
and of del-
and of Carranza. Registration asignment in behalf of the stricken Bel-
attempted one of the most desperate supporter
like to thank the finder
personally or
held by the Peoples bank. The
t and determined assaults of The state department has not been egates. quo- at least treat him Orlando's best gians and any additional amount
tations were given and as a result o
the campaign about Verdun and St. vouchsafed any information by any- Display of exhibits. .. week's which may be collected will be very
cigar or a subscription to The
an order for $5,000 worth of the out-
Mihiel when they charged the French body in Mexico as to where the diplomatic Monday night First Presbyterian Sentinel. welcome."

trenches five times with solid ranks j I corps are located. It is also (church ex-Governor W. S. Jennings, standing bonds were sold to the Bos- Belgian Benefit

within a period of two hours. Les dark as to what will happen at Vera state president presiding. ton firm. To Place Allen Program of benefit for Belgian women
The sale of these bonds virtually Agency
Epargnes in the Woerve region was I Cruz next Monday when General 7:10 devotional. Rev. J. A. Wray L. E. and children, Lucerne $theatre
Gibson factory representative -
Miami. disposes of the $100,000 paving bond
the Funston the ,
of the evacuates
scene conflict. city.
I issue a small amount being left. for the Allen Motor company of offering.All
welcome very
The 7:45 to Tampa, Mayor D.
attempt was in the nature of |I
. B. McKay. Mr. Dow was highly pleased with the Fostoria. Ohio is in Orlando and will
a surprise attack by the German' I welcome!
MRS. JENNINGS ELECTED Greetings from the churches Rev.C. sale. I place an agency for the Allen car
orps apparently depending the Overture Mcintosh's orchestra.
upon
while he is here.Ir.. Gibson
mo-
"The day after the regional banks
leayv fall of snow to screen their W. Duke, D. D.. Tampa. Adress, Rev. Dr. Rickerts.
tored to Orlando from Atlanta. From
were opened said :Mr. Dow "I received -I
Response J. C. Lanier Jackson "
aproach on the French works. Butlie here he will to Tampa. Mrs. Gibson Solo "Perfect Day, by request,
go
a wire from the Boston firm
contingency had been provided Wife of Former Florida Governor ville.Brief Mrs. James Magruder; accompanist
accompanied him, and they are
asking quotations and yesterday I
tor and the Germans' advance was Is Chosen Presidentof introduction of speakers, the ,Mr. Will Branch.
at Orland.
"from afar." disposed of the bonds. The federal stopping
veporetd in ample time for the de- Florida Federation Reading, "Belgians," Miss Voorhis.

lenders to brace themselves for the Unfolding of state map. reserve act has quickened the market FREE i Solo, Miss Ruby Platt; accompanist

attack. Women's Clubs Address The Relation of the Sun steadied the finances of the country BOOKLET Mrs. Boone Rogers.

day School to the Problem of Civic and here in Orlando we have already I
The fighting was terrific; terrific j Instrumental (Chopin), "1 ilitaF1
I Lakeland Fla., Nov. 21.-With thee Righteousness Hon. Van C. Swearin- noted the effect. It is certainly The Orlando Board of Trade has a "

artillery fire was poured into th selection of DeLand as the next placeof I of Jacksonville. most gratifying." splendid souvenir booklet for all who Polonaise Miss Nina Swearinngen.Solo .
,
closed ranks and this I gen mayor
Mrs.
James
served
to arrest Magruder.
meeting and the election of the desires information regarding this
tfceir, advance. Where the detachments I Duet Miss Ruby Platt and KMB
following officers the business sessions charming city of interior Florida.

of attacks was able to break of the Florida Federation ofWomen's Church Announcements For Orlando has much to attract the win- Blank.

rough and pour over the outer Instrumental (Nevins), "Shepherd's
Clubs has come to an end: ter tourist; the man who is seekingto

works they were set upon and were President-Mrs. W. S. Jennings, of Services enter business in new fields in the Tale" Miss Nina Swearingen."Star .

either annihilated beaten back or.ptured. Jacksonville. Today Sunny South or for the grower of Spangled Banner," by th.

.
Vice-President at Large-Mrs. T. fruits l and vegetables. It is a city of audience.

The main facts of this action was V. Moore Miami.VicePresidentFirst. i The church services ;:; homes churches Mclntosh's orchestra.
of
today Services at 11 a. m.; subject. "Soul schools and a refined -
all the news contained at midnight in and Body.. Besides the above most entertaining
section Dr. unusual interest. With the approachof people. The booklet is free.

the official statement issued fromlordeaux. Mary\ B. Jewett Winter Haven; sec- the Thanksgiving season a very Wednesday evening meeting 745. Write to the Orlando Board of Trade. program a religious moving picture

I ond section, Mrs. J. D. Randall, Law- large attendance will be at the Third and floor Church corner street.South Entranceon Orangeavenue -Florida Grower.HARVARD film, entitled "Judith of Bethu-

The day reported along the entire .,, lia," made by the Biograph Studios
toy; third section Mrs. Chas. Cay, churches. If ever a community had Church street.
front has been one of the calmest yet Tallahassee Unitarian Church and considered by them to be their
fourth for
,I ; section Mrs. Geo. cause praise to the Maker Or-
experienced. Freezing weather prevailed (Corner Central Ave. and West St.) most wonderful masterpiece, in four
: Gay Palatka; fifth section Mrs. Edgar lando and Orange county is that com- CRUSHES YALE
Rev. .Eleanor E. Gordon, minister.
throughout the war area, the' entertaining instructive and elaborate
Lewis Fort Pierce. I munity. For Thanksgiving day spe- Sunday school at 10 a. m.

mercury falling as low as twenty de-I I Recording Secretary-Mrs. J. W. cial services will be held at the Or- Church service at 11 a. m.; subject parts will be shown.

trees above zero. Heavy snows reported i i Dickins Sanford.Corresponding. lando churches all of which will be of sermon. "Roger Williams an Apostle Most Humiliating Defeat in History -I
along the entire front. of Religious Liberty," a Thanks FIRE DESTROYS LARGE MILL IN
SecretaryMrs. H. very elevating.The giving sermon. of Gridiron; Yale

I B. Minium Jacksonville. announcements for today fol- "The Old and New Way of Keep Losing Game by ALACUUA COUNTY

Aeroplane Attack I Treasurer-Miss Kate Jackson, low:" ing Thanksgiving" is the subject for

London Nov1. 21.-An Exchange Tampa. Unity Circle Wednesday afternoon.The Score 36 to 0 Gray Plant at Raleigh Burns Resulting
I Methodist Church discussion will be followed by a
in $30,000 Loss
telegram from a Copenhagen dispatch Auditor-Miss Bessie Williams, Rev. James E. D. D.
1 r Wray pastor. social hour. New Haven Conn., Nov. 21.-The
to Berlin reports two French i' Crescent City. Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m. All friends interested are cordially
I and 7:30 peerless Harvard eleven met the inferior Gainesville Fla. Nov.
m. invited. 21.-Sparks
aeroplanes attacked the State Secretary to General Federation p.
shed at Friedrichshafen and Zeppelin dropped !I'' -Mrs. Wm. Hocker Ocala. Sunday school, 9:45; a. m.; Mr. C. Catholic Church Yale team here this afternoonand blown by an exceedingly high wind
E. Howard, superintendent.
Twenty-fifth Sunday after Pente- administered to Yale the most into material near the resultedin
nix bombs without damage. One Epworth League Junior 3:30; Miss fly pit

:French machine was shot down. Eliza Wright, president.: cost.Sunday school 9 a. m. crushing defeat ever suffered on the the destruction of II. L. Gray's

MUCH GOLD LEAFSTOLENa' Epworth League Senior, C:45; Mr.J. Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. gridiron, the score being 36 to 0. The large lumber mill at Raleigh, between -

N. Burden, president. Benediction after Mass. result was never in doubt after the Williston and Archer, Friday.The .

Satisfactory Explanation Woman's Missionary Society, Monday No evening service.Thanksgiving first five minutes of play. conflagration spread with sack
Washington Nov. 21. 3 p. m. Mass and address
Day:
-Dispatchet.eeived
-
I Dr. Boardman Is Advised I The Yale line crumpled like a row alarming rapidity efforts to check it
today from by Boy Scouts Monday 7:30( p. m. 9 a. m.
Morgenthau
the first contain Tampa Dental Supply House Mission Study Class, Monday, 7:30p. The offering will be for the poor. of corn stalks before the smashers of I proved unavailing and the entire

official explanation of That Similar Robberies m. Christian and Missionary Alliance the Harvard back field and the crim- plant was consumed.The .

the firing on the launch of the cruiser Have Occurred I Sewing Circle Tuesday, 3 p. m. Sunday school at 2:30 and preach- son backs ripped through the Yale total loss is estimated at
Tanessee Prayer Meeting, Wednesday 7:30p. ing at 3:30 ap-
each Lord's
at Smyrna. According to p. mo. Day.
line time and for
again
huge gains.
proximately thirty thousand dollars
fs. Ottoman minister of the m.W. Rev. Howard Van Dyke and wife, ,
interior Dr. F. C. Boardman dentist who I C. T. U.. Thursday 3 p. m. our foreign missionaries who are The Harvard team today was the only about one-third of which was

tke shots were fired to warn the suffered the loss of $40 worth of gold i Choir practice, Friday, 7:30 p. m. now about to sail for China will greatest ever played under the crimson covered by insurance.Mr. .
lunch from passing through the Prof. Wade, organist. Mr. Curry preach today at 3:30 and 7:30 m.
leaf p. standard. And the Yale team
Mine field. I some days ago, yesterday re- director. Superb music by great chorus Come and hear them at No. 22 West Gray has already begun arrangements j

In I ceived a letter from a dental supply I choir. Magnificent male quart Pine street.St. looked like the worst that ever fought to rebuild his mill at

a statement issued from the' house in Tampa stating that three or i tette. Chimes ringing of glorious old Luke's CathedralThe for the blue. Phifer fifteen miles south of Gaines

White House tonight it was said that I four robberies of a like nature hade j services.gospel hymns at morning and night Very Rev. Henry R. Remsen The crowd was composed of seven- ville. i
Morgenthau's dispatch was sent b I dean.
been ty thousand who paid two dollars
the
reported during week. As
lre he had received the instructions a First Baptist ChurchAt Sunday next before Advent. e
means of protection the dental house i ( the Lucerne) The Holy Communion 7:30 a. m. each to witness the game. EX-OUTLAW NEAR DEATH

already sent. Morgenthau's dispatch in Tampa is sending out general Rev. Edward T. POUJSOH, D. D., Sunday school 9:30. Other Football Scores _
says the Turkish minister of the interior !' Morning Prayer and 10:30. i 1 j
warnings to all dentists. They in- pastor. sermon, Annapolis-Navy 33, Ursinus 2. Excelsior Springs Mo., Nov. 21,
informed him the night of the Mr. Samuel A. Newell! superintendent Evening Prayer and sermon 745. West Point-Army 13, Springfield 6. 'Frank -
maiden, after the commander of th tend to take measures leading to thee of the Sunday school; Mr. Geo. The last sermon of the series on Boston-Dartmouth 40, Syracuse 0. James ex-outlaw, was stricken j

Tennessee had arrest of the yeggmen and in case W. Phillips, director of the choir; Mr. "Prayers for the Dead" will be givenin I Carlisle-Carlisle 34, Dickinson 0. with heart disease and is in a

attempted to visit they are successful Dr. Boardman William S. Branch organist. the evening.On Washington-Washington and Jef- critical condition today at the James

Smyrna in the launch passing will be advised. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Every Thanksgiving day there will be ferson 14, Georgetown 6. homestead nine miles

through the mine field, which was -- scholar is urged to be in his place- :\ celebration of the Holy Communionat Easton-Lehigh 17, Lafayette 7. from this city.

contrary to Turkish government regulations to Chios because the Turkish Mr. Tenny extends a special invitation 7 a. m., with Morning Prayer and Louisville-Louisville 23, Rose James is 73 years old. j jJ
government 'I to the men to attend his class sermon by the Bishop at 10:30. Poly 0. J

and that the shots were informed him that the Smy- :7v- .V-e-dc "tr'ii"on! : Nye street. Offerings of fruit and: vegetablesare Madison-Illinois 24, Wisconsin 9. THE WEATHER i.

Ared to stop her.Morgenthau na harbor was closed to warships and Public i worship, a': '10:43!) : a. m. and desired to be used as decorations Chicago-Minnesota 13, Universityof

says that the ministerf all merchant vessels. ;:<>0 p. m., with the pastor in charge. for the Thanksgiving service and Chicago T. Florida: Fair and warmer B.a-

B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m.; sent later to the Church Home and Lafayette-Perdue 23, Indiana 13. day. Monday fair.
war later informed him of the incident No furtier details have been received I :
Mr. Eugene Reid president. Hospital. Lawrence Missouri 10, Kansas 7.
and that he requested the Tennessee f nm Constantinople the reply ; Special music at all services. Methodist Baraca Atlanta-Auburn 0, Georgia 0. Saturday Evening Post, Woman's

then at Vourlah. a short dis- to the latest instructions being awaited We extend to you a hearty invitation Young men! The Methodist Ba Richmond-Richmond 32.Y.. and Home
to come and raca class is for 9:45 M. 0. Companion, Ainsley, Life, Lestie's. 1
twice from Smyrna to be withdrawn L iron Morsenthau by the state de- worship with us. you. every
Christian Science Sunday morning. Petersburg-Randolph Macon 20 Harper', and others. Curtis
he Decker to ,
AM requested proceed t I I parttient. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. (Continued on page 4)) Hamden Sudney 0. & O'Neal.




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i STATE EXCHANGES York, Nov. 21.-In the face of according to those who know him BIBLE CONFERENCE OPENS

all the baseball peace talk that is be- best.
uttered in various sections of the I LET ME BEAUTIFY YOUR GROUNDS
ing
i r The state of Florida is offering Washington, Nov. 21.-The World
land, reiterate today what we said
we COTTON GINNED IN FLORIDA Bible Conference, of which some of WHETHER A COUNTRY ESTATEOR
I one million five hundred thousand something like three weeks ago: l
I the foremost in the
clergymen coun-
e f dollars of drainage bonds for sale. "Peace in the baseball world is A SMALL CITY LOT
Director of Census Shows Amount of try are members, opened here today.Its .
t Here is an opportunity for one to rid about one year distant. Cotton Raised in Florida sessions will be continued until
There can be no peace in the base- .
himself of an extra million.-Ocala Counties November 21. Special services were BLUE PRINTS AND DETAILED PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS -
bat world unitl al interests concernedare
;. held here today and tomorrow will
Banner. agreed on a certain plan. And AT REASONABLE PRICES
begin a series of important meetingsat
-0r there is no plan for general peace up William J. Harris, director of the
which eminent clerics will be
The scarlet poinsettia is very much before those interests now. No census, department of commerce an- I
.
speakers.Rev. -
1 in evidence in the parks and yards of agreement has been reached-and no nounces the preliminary' report of '
Newell Dwight Hillis, Rev.
months toP agreement will be reached for a year, cotton ginned by counties in Florida Werner F. Nehrlin
1 the city, and will be for Camden Cobern, Rev. Frank N. Palmers -
at least unless a miracle comes to for the crops of 1914 and 1913. The
come. It is one of the most ornamental Rev. S. D. Gordon, and Rev.
report was made public for the stateat
t and striking plants grown pass. Frank Williams will be the speakersfor LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTAND
I The Federal League has named its 10 a. m. on Monday November 0,
I here.-Tampa Times. :Monday.: Drs. Cobern Hillis,
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terms. It wants full major league The amounts for the different coun
-0- Gordon and Rev. Charles Erdman
have ordinance at Braden- recognition for every one of its ties for the crops of 1914 and 1913 CONSULTING HORTICULTURISTIf I
They an will deliver addresses and on Wednse-
clubs. And that is something that are furnished for publication in the
town governing barking dogs. Theyare day Drs. Palmer, Cobern Rev. W. W. contemplate planting a citrus
bark at certain Organized Baseball will not give it local papers. grove I
aMowed to
not
Bustard, Rev. Frank Gunsaulus of
f hours during the night. Educated at this time. And there's the dead- (Quantities are in running bales, Chicago and Rev. Floyd Tompkinsand it will pay you to get my advice.

1 dogs, which have read the ordinance, lock.There counting round as half bales Lint Rev. S. P. Cadman will speak. Local Agent for BUCKEYE NURSERIES -
is the fact that not included .
no denying ers are )
f are protesting.-Clearwater Sun. There will be no sessions on Thanks- Tampa Fla.
Charlie II. Weeghman, owner of the County 1914 1913
; and Herrman Alachua ____________ 5,291 4,656 giving day, November 26, but on November -
With Lake co getting in readiness Chicago Feds Garry Baker ______________ 463 454 21 Drs. Gunsaulus Palmer, Oltice Above PEOPLES NATIONAL BARK
f to expend half a million on chairman of the National Commission Bradford ___________ 2,398 1,941 Cobern, Williams and Rev. J. H. Jew-
roads, and old St. Johns putting have been chumming around a Columbia ___________ 2,413 2,046 PHONE 570 n-io-tt
good ett and Rev. C. A. Johnston Ross will
bit of late. But that does not mean Escambia ___________ 467 440
down brick paved highways, it does Hamilton ___________ 2,814 2,083 be the speakers.
f not seem that the good roads fever peace, nor does it mean that Weeghman Holmes ____________ 3,556 3,076 Former Justice Stanton J. Pealeis item . II II a I I 111111 1111 III I11111I JY6ir.
is on the wane in Florida.-Palatka will buy the Chicago Cubs. Jackson ____________ 17,004 14,837 chairman
of the committee in
The plain facts in the case are Jefferson ___________ 4,626 3,249
Times-Herald. Lafayette __________ 433 398 charge of the gathering. I
f -0- these: Herrman was empowered to Loon _______________ 3,155 2,360
Pensacola fishermen made a won- offer the Cubs to Weeghman. Nat- Madison ____________ 5,258 2,754 I
derful haul of 12,000 pounds of mul- urally, Weeghman listened to the Santa Rosa _________ 969 1,864 Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand'sCoal
But Herrman's Suwannee __________ 3,597 2,825 Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
let in one catch a few days ago. The proposition. proposi- Walton _____________ 1,699 1,975
fish were all caught in one drag of tion had a lot of conditionsandthose Washington ________
1,660 1,330 --- --- ---- -- ----
a large seine. It is said that this conditions are of the kind that All others __________ 842 1,027
school of mullet was the largestever render the chances of Weeghman accepting NEIL McDUFFEE ;
Total ____________ 56,645 47,315
almost nil.
known in Pensacola bay, and the i

cacth loaded down several of the Weeghman, who seems to be the Contractor and Builder1Jiungalows _

boats on the way to the fish market.St. pivot around which'the alleged "peacenegotiations" Keep quiet and you will not be disturbed BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS

Augustine Record. I are swinging, wants by customers. Advertise in n Specialty \ LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS

the Cubs, but it's bunk and nothingelse The Morning Sentinel and your clerks Arcade Building. Orlando. ..

... The time is near at hand when the for any one to come out and say will be kept busy. I ir Effective from August 1, 1914 to August

climate of south Florida as a pre that Weeghman has closed a deal -I II! i.rjlo and guaranteed against any reduction ,

cious, priceless asset will take the whereby he will take over the Cubs during that time:

center of the sage and attract the ad- and drop his Federal League hold- Furnished Homes for Sale' I
$555.00
miring attention of everybody this ings. And it's bunk also for anyone I TouringlCar: f I

side of the Arctic circle and head I to "repor't' that the Ward family, Runabout 505.00

thousands of them in this direction. which owns the Brooklyn Federal .
I f I F. O. B. Orlando. All car fully equipped.Further "
Room for all! Everybody welcome I League franchise, will purchase the Special for 10 DaysNo.
I we will be able to obtain the maximum efficiencyin
except the tramps, hoboes, bums and New York Yankees or some other
I our factory production and the minimum cot in our
check artists!-Lakeland Telegram. team in Organized Baseball, and quit 14 Rooms with two baths; I I No. 3. 4 Room cottage; modern purchasing and ale* department if we ..-.cb an output of ,
-o- I the Federal League. centrally located. Owner's price, throughout; several bearing orange 304,009 car between the above date. ,

$5,000. and grapefruit trees. Owner's price, And "ti cd we reach thin production we agree .. pay aa I
and mouth disease has
The foot
Any one who looks into the matter
$2,500. I I I the bnjer'n share from $40 to $it per car (on or about
broken out in Palatka. This disease !j with even half an eye: can see that No. 2. 5 Room bungalow, on beauThese homes are all ready to step Aukust1,1915t to every retail buyer who purchaac a new I
is caused by a person opening his the chances of Weeghman buying the tiful lake, with dock and boat; lot into and hang up your hat. I have I. Ford car between August 1. 114 and August 1, 1J1S.
75x450 feet, all set to budded for further particular regarding these low price and profit.sharing -
young particular properties for
mouth and putitng his foot in it.- I Cubs under the present conditions'tireless citrus particular
trees. Owner's price, $3,200. people! city and county. See- t plan are
Palatka Item. than 1,000 to 1.

!I To get the Cubs, Weeghman would f' F. G. RUSK. I II

Don't forget that the Woman's Exchange -;have to pay about $700,000. That's CHADWICKThe I i Phone 226

is the place to go for good ',j the very lowest price that the Cub f'L

Yankee baked beans every Saturday. I'j owners will take according to the Man That Sells Real Estate. 19 W. Church Street. I

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state federation of labor is attract- ORLANDO HOTEL CAFE
RANDOM SCRAPS ing considerable attention. Summarized I

ANNOUNCEMENTMiss the plan is: First, work on public Table D-fete Dinner i

domain, where the laborer or con- ,'
New York is to have monument 12:00 to 2:00 6:00
a to 8:00
Lu Halsted is now vict can be utilized in road building GRANDTOMORROW
to Joan of Arc. : and land reclamation; second, the securing Oyster Cocktail <
ready to take orders again New York has 17,000 men at work by the state of sufficient land Consomme Macadoine
... r Cream of Asparagus, St. George
for Place Cards, ScoreCards constructing subways. for the operation of penal farms the Olives Celery Salted Peanuts
4 Boston is to have a new maternity products of which shall not be sold
etc. Samples hospital to cost $100,000. in the open market, but shall be sold Radishes i
of '
Pauprette Pompano, Barnaise
residence 112 Grace St. There are 1,304 miles of railway in exclusively to the penal, correctionaland Sliced Cucumbers-pommes gestrom '
German Southwest Africa. charitable instituions of the state
Small Chicken Patties Supreme '
ii-17-i w Phone 681. Before the war 342 beet sugar factories and of the various state subdivisions; Roast
Tenderloin of Beef, au Just |
were in operation in Germany. third, for those prisoners whom itwill Brown "
Potatoes and Mashed Potatoes j:
Hawaii last year bought $30,000- be impossible and unwise to em- Filet Mignon, a la Mona i Tiff VOICE Of INNOCENCE
Atlantic Coast Line 000 worth of goods from the United ploy in either of the foregoing activities Orlando Punch I
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tales. it is recommended that industriesbe Roast Young Turkey, with Oyster 'I
5 TOURIST TRAINS Belgium's annual wheat consumption established within the prisons Dressing I'
NORTH from AND WEST before the war was 1,650,000 whose products shall be sold exclu- Cranberry Sauce A George Kleine Special Feature -
tons. sively to the state and its subdivis- French Peas Fried Tomatoes
"Dixie Flyer""Dixie New Orleans is to have a schoolof ions, and the profits from all sales Salad, a la Hovey, in Jelly complete in two parts.
Limited" > salesmanship for the benefit of over and above the cost of maintaining Whipped Cream
"Seminole Limited""Montgomery
Route""South clerks. the industries or farms or road English Plum Pudding
Atlantic Limited" Casablanca, Morocco, is constructing building to be devoted to the supportof Hard and Brandy Sauce ,
Pullman cars from Chicago, St. Louis a harbor, to cost $10,000,000, tobe the prisoners' families. Mince and Pumpkin Pie
Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisvilleand ready in eight )'ears. Neapolitan Ice Cream Assorted Cake "BRONCHO BILLY'S
intermediate points to Jacksonville
Fla. Venezuela soon will open its first COPPER FOR WAR IS SCARCE IN Cheese Crackers I
Dining Cars large paper factory, in which all the GERMANY Coffee Noir I

via machinery will be electrical. $1.00 per cover INDIAN ROMANCE "
ATLANTIC COAST LINE Twelve-hour time, twentyfourhourtime Boiler Tubes and Parts of Old Loco- ,
Please
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. reserve jour tables in advance
G. KIRKLAND D. P. A., and ship time can be told simultaneously motives Said to Have
Hillsboro Hotel Tampa, Fla. by a novel clock dial. Been Melted
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., Nineteen states now require that Eat what you want. An Essanay Drama FeaturingMr.
38 West Bay St., Jacksonville Fla. Sat all you want.
an i examination in agriculture be Bordeaux, France.-Copper for the Take a postscript and forget it. G. M. Anderson.
passed before a teacher may obtain manufacture of war materials is so. For sale by all druggists. .
HERE IS A GENUINE his certificate.In scarce in Germany that it has been i l-7-d&w.lyr

the 'order named, quinine, calomel decided to melt down the copper '
BARGAIN castor oil, tincture of iron, parts of old locomotives includingthe I' To be convinced of the producing
opium and brandy are the medicines boiler tubes. power of Sentinel want ads.-try one.
most used in the tropics. Along the Dutch frontier of the I "
The salt production{ the United province of Limburg the Germans "Nearly a Widow
w.&0 WILL BE THE LUCKY
States has doubled in fifeen years, have run barbed wire along the roads ,
MAN TO GET IT? last year's output of about 33,330,000 and have dug ditches to enable themto
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barrels> being 7 per cent. more than keep close surveillance over those
Two acres just out side the the year before.Telephones passing between Belgium and Hol An Edison Comedy.
city limits in a number one which have been supplied land.

neighborhood. Impvoved to the Berlin police and which
with 1 10 citrus trees, 20 in may be used with circuits scattered EXPORTS $3,781,869 IN DAY THE ANNOUNCEMENT

bearing. A nice pinery with throughout the city 'are so compacthat
thousand they can be carried in a pocket. Imports at Port of New York Are
bearing plants,
The record of being the most reliable Nearly $3,000.000-Cotton HEAR"That
ether Florida fruits for ..of..
washerwoman in this country is Exports
Ke Good six
use. room aimed' by Mrs. T. H. Bailey, of
uijalow furnished, chicken Atchison, Kas., who has completedher Exports at the port of New York
nouse and stable. Locatedon fiftieth consecutive year as the one day last week reached a total Orchestra

a nice corner. A fine lit washerwoman of an Atchison family. value of $3,781,869, whereas importswere

tIe home for little money. Statistics show that in the early 2904192. COLONIAL L
Price $1650. Cash $700 days of American colleges about one- Cotton exports for the day were
half the graduates adopted the ministry 44,839 bales including 2,038 bales to
Balance We
on easy terms. as a profession. At the present Great Britain, 13,017 bales to France,
are exclusive agents for this time only about 5 per cen. of the college 19,475 bales to other points, and 9,309

property. graduates become ministers.At bales to Japan. 5c tOe..
a wedding in the Italian section The total exports for the season
Cooper Atha of Manchester, N. II., the bride up to the close of business yesterday

showed expensive taste in the trim- were 972,592 bales. It was announced HILLS .

114 South Orange Are. Ground Floor mings of her gown. The waist was yesterday that the American -- --- --,-- ,,
Phone No. 311 covered with yellow-backed $20 banknotes steamers Carolyn and Berwind are
which she pinned to the dressas loading cargoes of cotton at Savannah 1I
they were given to her by friends. for Germany. This will be the .1 I
Among the various silk producing first cotton to be sent from that port TIlE OLD RELIABLE
Wood Wood WoodExcellent countries: of the world Japan occupied to Bremen since the war began. I 1

first place in 1812, with 36 per cent The French government has placedan DANN'S TRANSFER 'J
Core Pine Wood Sup- of the total; China followed closely order for $2,000,000 worth of The PrettiestSUBDIVISION 'J.f
with 31 per cent.; Europe produced shoes for delivery not ]later than the .f
plied in any quantity nly 19 per cent., the Levant and middle of January, with Morse & Dr. B. WIENENGA, Prop. 1 1i
Central Asia 11 Rogers manufacturers.METHOD i
per cent., and South
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SPLCIAL: PRICES ON FIVE America 3 per cent. OF KEEPING: SWEET I Livery Draying and HaulingWE 1
An order for ten thousand sheet I ,
STRANDS OR MORE POTATOES
metal tent stoves has been received

by a Mercer (Pa.) manufacturingoncern The experience of some Moore
: from the British and French farmers in GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
ELDREDGE BARIOW county keeping sweet po Ever Placed
governments. Either oil or gasolinean tatoes may be of interest and valueto
Telephone 375 be burned in the stoves. The order readers of Southern Farming who

South Street, near A. C. L. and will night keep for the several plant weeks.In working. day ing may their have some tubers.difficulty One farmer in preserv last On The Market AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK

Tracks memory of the countless cats season made 2,200 bushels, and had

9-1-lm slaughtered since the invention of the no trouble in keeping them. He builta Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
samisen, or three-stringed Japanese barn similar to a tobacco barn,
guitar which has cat's skins as one with a flue in the center, and insteadof HORSES FOR SALE
Real Estate Bought of its principal materials a number racks, as a tobacco barn he con
of Japanese philanthropists have structed a series of shelves. These I
and Sold.City caused a tomb in the form of a eat'sstatue. were convenienly arranged throughout CARl DANN 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida

to be erected in Tokio. the barn. On them he spread his ;
Among the nations of the worldhe
potatoes and then fired maintainin
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Building Lots $100; $1.00 cashand
seven famous Bibles The ---
are: 7 a normal heat sufficiently warm j -- -...
$1.00 per week buys a hot Scriptures, of the Christians; the i ;to dry out the moisture and sap con- I
RENTS COLLECTED. Koran, of the Mohammedans; the tained in the potatoes which fact
Notary Work Promptly and Neatly Eddas of the Scandinavians; the 11 will be ascertained when the potatoes
Done. Tripitaka of the Buddhists; the Five show signs of sprouting. After this Do about
Kings, of the Chinese; the Three Ve- the fires are drawn and the potatoes not worry your-
N. P. HATCHERORLANDO das, of the Hindoos, and the Zenda- I either allowed to remain there or are
vesta, of the Persians. | banked in the usual way. Thus he
,FLORIDA Charging that a hungry and affectionate i
saved his entire crop and realized a
Office at, Pinehurst ParkP. bear wandered into her home, I handsome profit without the usual
ate everything in sight, cuddled her I loss in alld
O. Box 281 holding potatoes. ring.
PHONE 403; 108lmJEWELER until she was breathless, and then i Another farmer has a small house Plumbing e we
tossed the kitchen sink into a baby I mpde tight and ventilation provided

grand piano Mrs. Henrietta Singer, i, for in the top, with shelving arranged -
of Charleston. Va., brought action i'' .about the same way, and in
for damages against the owners of Ii I'I I like manner he saves without loss his
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.Pill Street.t. the When daring it is bruin.remembered that motor I!!i I He potato has crop no flue of built 300 in to his 400 house bushels.for We will do it for you and you pay when you

cars were generally forbidden in the it :s in reality his smokehouse, end
Ottoman empire up to 1903 the rap- thi he heats sufficiently with two get ready
) id development of the trade may be I|oil stoves. But owing to the small
realized from an inspection of the ar.icunt of heat generated it takesI
EXPERT WATCH MAKERI streets of Constantinople today, on I I I him twenty days to get his pot *ces
which are limousines, tuoring cars, suilicjently dry to keep throughout
make a specialty of Fine motor trucks, gasoline: driven delivery I:(i I I the season. Ihe expense l however,
PLUMBING and HEATING CO.
Call on JOSEPH RAEHN
Watch, Clock and Jewelery Repairing wagons and hospital ambulances, frr oil! i h a small !item r H a!'sresLim F.
; Diamond Setting,Ring all imported within the last tliret eafelyor his
crop.
and Spectacle
Repairing. .
)'c.rs.Tbe I I Another grower of sweet potatoes,
Bring me repairs others have recent discovery of rich iron |I who raises several thousand bushels -->.
failed them satisfactorily to do, and I or will no charge.repair ore deposits on the Copper river in j': says he saves his crop in a like mnj Cor. Graves and Irvin Streets

My prices are reasonable. the new Hazleton district, about for- j j: ner, but that when he digs his crop ,
ty miles south of Rupert, British' he puts them in crates as he gainers
Columbia, has created additional in- '' them in the fields thereby saving a ,
CHAS. VATER terest in mining circles in the prov- ,;our-ie n-'ioun. and stacks the I' ORLANDO

ince. The full extent of toe c,e s ....ie.i i4 1 .iis 4oa ii. ..:;':' stips between -
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I JEWELER .I unknown, but ten million tons are re- ]i I the crates to allow the heat i 1
ported to have already been blockedout to penetrate through the barn and ;
East I'ine Street at Young'sRepair on the surface, and cuttings showit when he ships he simply transfersthe I d & \\-1 mo.-II-I5

Shop to be r.t least forty-five feet deep. crates to the car and makes ship

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Oliver, of Winter Garden, were unitedin
; wedlock last evening at 6:30
{ n 'nriIj o'clock at the pastorium, by Rev. Ed-
ward T. Poulson, pastor of the Bap- 1 1I I
tist church. The Sentinel joins their
By Miss Eliza Wright -
many friends in extending congratu-
No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 lations and best wishes for a life full

: ="'DAR fern, and caladiums with a cheery of joy and happiness. ', .
:: I'log fire brightened the drawing room.I Many automobiles are reported as A CLIMAX
: The hostess, assisted by Mrs. James being stolen in various parts of this
: L. Giles, Mrs. Hal Bourne, and Mrs. country and the police of Jacksonville
: L. H. Gedge, served creamed chicken are calling upon owners to assist
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and mushrooms, sandwiches, olives, them in preventing this as far as

Lu- tea and coffee.Poinsettia Club I possible. Of Price Reductions

and Miss CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS" "
The Poinsettia Club met with Mrs.
alumnae George McCullough at her home on (Continued from page 1)
North Orange avenue yesterday af Epworth League Notice is surely met when one considers -
social I Remember, tomorrow night we be-
ternoon. There two tables for
were
gin at 6:30 sharp instead of 6:45. and considers well what our
members and another for invited Every Sunday night at 6:30.
; Miss I guests. The games were enjoyed very Special music. Interesting sub- "Thanksgiving Sale" of "Mil
: Hart, U. much by all. Sandwiches, doughnuts, jects.
and tea served.D. First Presbyterian Church linery "Ready-To-Wear"
rehear- were Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor.
room. A. R. Card Party Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. "Linens" means. It means a
The third of the D. A. R. card par- I O'Neal, superintendent.
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., "quit-claim deed" to all profits.It .
ties for the Red Cross work among
i the
: home. by pastor.
and New the Belgians was given yesterday Morning sermon, "The Constraining means to us a stock clearanceof
;" afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. P. I Force in Forgiveness."
: and Mrs. Jackson on East Church street. This Evening sermon" "Does Human Na- everything that is new and
ture Change?
worthy cause is deserving of being I Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 7 up-to-date at prices so redicu-
well patronized. Up to date there m.
iving. ser- has been a nice sum realized from I p.Men's Bible class at 9:45 a. m. lously low that it is bound to
I Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr, choir di-
the Epis- these Saturday afternoon parties. rector. Miss Roberta Branch, organ- interest even the most skeptical
Another will be announced soon. i ist.
Other Society News Visitors and strangers cordially
Episco- The Cathedral school alumnae will I' welcomed to all services. This last week
hold a call meeting at the school on before Thanksgiving
West Pine THE ROSE BALL practically 3 days only
Monday afternoon, 4 o'clock, the
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; ladies.
; intend be
Sanford president, Miss Dorothy Cooper, in The Rose Ball at the Sanford we to irresistably at-
the chair. All who are members are I I House, Sanford, on the night of November tractive-prices will do their share-
Bazaar." urged to attend. I many from 27th Orlando., will be It attended is under the by the need of the garments' will do the rest.
Choral Club MeetingThe
LeRoy B. auspices of the Woman's Club and :
ladies of the Mendelssohn I the dresses will be of cotton to assist Every Garment is New
Choral are requested to meet at 7:30 the Southern growers. Prizes are of-I
on Tuesday evening for work. fered for the best cotton gown worn
special
the LatestWe
with Mrs. at the ball. Good music. Tickets Every Style
hotel Gentlemen at eight. will be one dollar, entitling the hold- I
enjoyed a SeagravesOliverMr. ers to dance and partake of the big ask comparison of PricesREADYTOWEAR
John and dinner. Every one cordially invited. :
at cards, Seagraves Miss Olive
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i meet next CONSIDERDesirable Only Choose From
on Lu-
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r! Hostess residential lot fronting 117 feet on Robinson this season's purchase.
Mrs. Edna avenue and 150 feet on West Street. Southern ex- $15.00 Suits _____________________ 510.98
f t in to posure and overlooks Eola Park and lake. Do not forget $17.00 to $20.00 Suits ____________ S13.50
as she that Robinson avenue will shortly be paved with brick $22.00 to $25.00: Suits __________ $16.75

t with her and that this lot is located in choice residential section. I I $27.50 to 32.50 Suits ___________- 19.75

=asparagus- =jl have the exclusive handling of this lot. $35.00 to $40.00 Suits ___________ 524.50

l Nothing but bargains and safe investments will occupy $45.00 to $50.00 Suits ____________ $29.75

this space, so get in the habit of watching it from $55.00 $65.00 Suits ______________ $38.50
f'"J'f I ? N | time to time. It will pay you.
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t Jobbing S.Y.WAY l Prices Only. All New Goods

t I $3.98-$5.98- 7989.98

Insurance and Real Estate Agent ,
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Every tenth purchaser of a Hat, trimmedor
I f PHONE 172 : I untrimmed, to the amount of $;).00 or

III I. I I I ABSOLUTELY over, will receive'REE.a $;).00 GOLD PIECE

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COLLEGE Six I'rices COATS Only. Every Garment STREET a new COATS one

I IA AFTERNOON COATS EVENING COATS

10 Cents Per Film II Regular $8.00 to $9.00 for -----------S 6.98

C Y Regular $10.00 to $12.50 for _______ S 8.98

II II I 1111 II II 111111 1110 11111 II II It I I I I UIIII.... : Regular $15.00 to $11.50 for _______ 5 11.98

Regular $22.00 to $25.00 for _____ 516.75
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Regular $27.50 to $30.00 for ______ 519.75

That Endure I Regular $32.50 to $-10.00 for ______. $24.98

Every tenth purchaser of a Coat, Coat
Suit or Dress to the amount of $10.0( O:
over will receive a $10.00 GOLD PIECE
ABSOLUTELY FREE.

air is now becoming charged with the

; : for Christmas will soon be here. LINENS


and preferred gift is the one which endures, ;

the continuity of love and friendship, of every description plain


gift is a watch or piece of jewelry. and fancy, reduced from 15

per cent to 33 per cent be-
find at our store everything that would! distin- ;
low
\ jewelry store-gifts of rare value for the lavish ; regular. .

; ; an almost unlimited choice of less expensive, but \

; ; to suit the limited income.


sure our selections will please you.



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'LOCAL AND PERSONAL Do not fail to read The Sentinel TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY MMIMIMIIMIIMMjiFAVORTE '"
I this morning. It consists of ten Oui-&

pages of the livest reading matter WANTED-Colored porter. Applyat I THEATRE IF AT' JI'11
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. H. Behrens of the Grand hotel. 11-22-1 ;
in this section of Florida. When you GET IT ALLEN'S
Clarcona, were among the visitors to 9 i
Orlando read The Sentinel you are reading a WANTED-At once, white woman Open 2 p. m. and 6:38 p, nu
yesterday. real newspaper.Mr. with first class references, to cook
Miss Virginia Dade, of DeLand, is II. A. Warner, of Boston, wash and iron for small family, in I i Admission 5 cents I I
city. Address P. O. Box 299.
visiting Mrs. A. R. Bogue at her
Mass., is among the late arrivals at 11-22-tf. V 1
tome on West street. I MIIMIMMIMIIMMIIMMMONDAY'S ii iiARE
the Orland. He is engaged in the OUR NOVELTIES
Capt. B. G. Smith and Mr. N. W. commission business and expects to WANTED-Position in hotel or private PROGRAM
Hall, of Oviedo, were business trans- spend considerable time in this sec- family, by white couple; woman 4-Reels--4
experienced cook; man capablein Eclair. Francis and Belle
Alec
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actors in Orlando yesterday. I tion buying and shipping fruit. : '
any capacity, experienced marine SURE TO PLEASE YOU -
Mr. J. B. Carvin of Griffin, Ga., Mr. C. C. Carlton, a well known engineer and sportsman's guide; ref- Adair, in "Duty. A society dramain
I
erences required and given. Address, two parts.ChrjstaL .
is spending today in Orlando, a guestat
buyer and shipper of Florida fruits A. J. Steele, Minneola\ Fla. 22-lt Comedy, "Nearly a Step- MESH BAGS
the Orland. I and produce, Plant City, was in Or- mother," with Vivian Prescott and VAN7ITIES|

The cement work on Lucerne Circle lando yesterday on business. While GARDNER, landscape, floral and Charles DeForrest. ii STAMP BOXES FILES
was completed yesterday by Con- f'in the city he made his headquarters vegetable, wants a position on pri- Vitagraph. Van Dyke Brooke in
vate place. Have had ten years ex "O'Hara Guardian NAPKIN RINGS CUFFS
As a Angel.
tractor Johnson. at the Orland.
perience. Address D., care Sentinel.
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Mr. Joseph Roamer, of Buffalo, N.I I Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Harrington I 11-22-lt* CIGAR CUTTERS WATCH BOXES

Y., is spending today in this city, a .:' of Glens Falls, N. Y., have ar- FOR RENT-Large, pleasant fur- THAT GOOD
guest at the Orland. I'I rived in Orlando for the season and nished rooms, close in, with private ETC.
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Railroad men in Orlando yester-'are occupying their pretty home, 411 family. 302 N. Orange avenue.
day were C. Sanders, of the M. & 0., Hill crest. Mr. Levi Wood, who came 11-22-6t GULf GASOLINE f

and J. N. Merrill, of the Burlington, 'south with this estimable family FOR RENT-All modern, furnished
both of Jacksonville.The from Voorheesville, N. Y., will spend house; Lake Eola; seven rooms
Cathedral school girl's basket the winter with them. and bath; best location. Apply 217 AND
East Robinson avenue. 11-22
ball team beat the Palatka girl's Mr. Geo. H. Wygant, who has beenon

team Friday night by the score of a business trip to Atlanta, Ga., FOR RENT-Furnished for light
SUPREME AUTO OILARE
31 to 29.Ted I I I i I stopped over in Orlando yesterday housekeeping, suite of large, pleas
ant all
.. rooms; modern conveniences
afternoon and joined his wife and ;
E. Lyman, of St. Louis, repre- also two nice sleeping rooms; private
senting the Liggett & Myers Tobacco Master\ George, Jr., who are visiting family; close in. 312 North Main St. TilE BEST FOR YOUR CAR

company, was in Orlando yesterday. ,,,Mrs. Wygant's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 11226tc.
lIe will spend today and tomorrow II. B. Myers. They will leave this Deliveries or shipments of Gaso- i
here with his many friends. !:afternoon for their home in Tampa. ,FURNISHED ROOMS;-Light house- line and Kerosene in 50 gallon lots
keeping; wood or oil stoves; $2.50
Mr. and Mrs. George Tull and Misses Kate, Margaret and Ella per week up; 1, 2 or 3 up or down and up made to all parts of the Manicure and Toilet Sets
daughter, Miss Ethel Tull, of New I I Switzer, from Philipsburg, Pa., arrived -I stairs rooms. 209 West Pine street. city and county. Drums for shippingand

York city, have arrived in Orlandoto last night and will spend the 11221t'Mr. storage tanks kept on hand. U in silver and
Parisian
ivory, have fine
we stock of
the winter and winter with their sister, Mrs. F. A. a
spend are pleasantly -
and Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Jr., are
these for
located at 211 Jackson street. Curtis. The Misses Switzer went you to select from now.
over from New Smyrna visiting rela- Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit D.Allen
Newell Sidney has gone to Wash- abroad early last summer but the tives and friends.OSTEOPATHY. all cars. Give make of car when you
C. and when he European war interfered with heir fl
ington, D. returns I order.
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tie will be accompanied by his grand-!plans and they were compelled to return -

mother, Mrs. A. E. Gibson, well much earlier than anticipated. & Oo
known to Orlandoites.Mr. I R. D. Waring has purchased of Dr. ;i _.,

Frank P. Devlin, of Manchester -.C. D. Christ the beautiful "Fair10aks" DR. J. C HOWELL GULF REFINING CO,, Ii JEWELERS

Conn., is among the new comersin home. The property consists Hours. 1(1-12( 3-5, and >>y appointmentNo
Orlando. He is a landscape and i of ten acres of grapefruit and is one .-xtr rharre for house treatment P. WALTON, Agent I RELIABLE REPAIRING. "EVERYTHING GUARANTEED."
of the
most desirable in Orlando.
floral gardener and may lcoate in this Except Night Calls.Telephone .
I Office Phone 450.
i the _
section. Following tournament between connections _
... the Orlando Country Club golf team f Office rnr. Orange And Central Are Residence Phone 269. iTi1Q a--- !AS.
:Mrs. Eliza Young and daughters, and the Tampa Automobile and Golf I,

Mrs. Geo. W. White and Miss Eva L. Club team, the Tampans have invited Biggest per cent of profit ever is '

Young, and Mr. Clarence Young, of the local team to Tampa to playa VENEER CORES derived from the use of the Sentinel's : :
Bellvue, Pa., are pleasantly located ;
return game. The date for the want ad. columns. wAft4
for the winter at 302 East Pine
tournament in that city has not been $1.25 -- yo1Lrn
street. determined. II II .MMIIIMMIMMMI'S .

Mrs. F. C. Boardman and son, Master C. Pink, of Orlando, will leave tot t Per Strand Up
Framer, who have been absent morrow for Los Angeles, where he
FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND SWEET HONEYIN
all summer visiting relatives in the will spend a season with his brother.Mr. OAK WOOD

North, arrived home last night over Pink, who owns a large orange
the Atlantic Coast Line. Their first grove and resides on Lake Conway, Orlando Wood YardB. COMB OR BOTTLES

stop after leaving Orlando was in is not going to California for a delightful .
W. Kingsley, ProprietorPINE
Chicago, going thence to Benton Harbor winter because, he said, thereis STREET AND R. R. ; Department Store
Mich., where Mrs. Boardman no state in the Union that has Telephone 344 .
spent several weeks with her par- weather comparable to that of Fair 930IMMM i

ents. Florida.
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Q I, made bran biscuit. Send us your orders.New .

; Kelly-Springfield Tires are all Cooking


FIRSTS, no "Seconds." UtensilsWatch
; Modern Grocery i
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window for Mon-
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In k Kelly Tires are GUARANTEED 128 S.Orange AvenueMMMMMMMMMMMM
: Phone 200. 6 and 8 East Pine Street.MCMMMCOMMMMMMMIMMM.

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"THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY,"

Episode No. 20. The Secret Warning. Still Smashing all Records.


"THE BADGE OF OFFICE," Reliance.


"THE BALANCE OF POWER," Princess.

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"THE ANGLERS," Keystone Comedy.



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I I FOR able SALE-At building lot.Winter 50x150 Park; 18, desir-bear- umber, Lat:118: and S11in.gl

SENTINELWANTS ing trees; two minutes from the bank
and postoffice. Price 450. Summer-
'tin House, Orlando. ll-22-6t

FOR RENT-New flat, furnished;
two rooms kitchenette, porch and .
hall? use of bath; electric lights;
r water; five minutes walk to post- .
k office or theatre. A. M. Callis, 403 S.
The .Morning Sentinel Want Lake street. 11-22-lt
I
Directory is the Greatest Want ORLAN"DORoyal
Ad Medium in Orlando. j FOR SALE

Nursery stocK one, two, three and
Terms Cash in Advance. four year old buds; Foster Early,
"neapple, Java, Homosassa, \Vash-
RATES .gton Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahle*
For One Day -23t; .Apopka Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-ti Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimeImportant
For Three Days ____________50c ._
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For Six Days 73c -- --- --- -
FOR RENT -- --- -
$1100 BARGAIN For One Month ____________$2.50 .. ; .t.tt .. .; ....... .e4o-.4.e 4.. . .fl18rtID.ett... '
This rate applies on all ads of FOR RENT-Furnished room in up- t5.I. I. I.Cg.O.tl..I. I. ...t. I..tl..t.t. .I ..te. ..
25 words or less. If the ad con- stairs apartment in private family.
tains more than 25 words the rate Apply 101 East Robinson avenue.
will be one cent per word for ll-22-6t
5 acres in tract-all cleared and each additional word, for each in- I -J-I
sertion.If I
FOR RENT Several furnished
rooms
fenced. About 100 full bearing .
can't bring ad to
you your for rent at Formosa, two blocks
orange trees which will produceover the office telephone No. 24. Accounts I from Florida Sanitarium, on pike,
opened by telephone will be across from S. D. A. church. Most
300 boxes this season. payable the following day.
I reasonable. Address, Mrs. II. T.
Moon, Formosa, Fla. 11-22-31 friendships result frcm the right introduction, and
Every Home-Every Business-
House Barn and Every Man has use for a FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for the most important ones come through the right banking con-
Sentinel Want Ad.
light housekeeping; also two large t
Good WellWe sleeping rooms; all conveniences; nections. Association is the keynote of all business success.. We
FOR SALE close in. 305 oNrth Main street.

advise those looking for a ll-22-3tc invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-
FOR SALE OR TRADE-I have one
low priced piece of country prop- 7-room house, nicely located, mod- FOR RENT-Furnished room; good est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
location Lake Eola
erty to call at our office and talk ern in every respect.Yill consider on ; rent rea-
auto in part payment. Address, sonable. Apply at 214 East Robinson -
over the matter with us. This Fla. Box 43 R. R. avenue. ll-19-6t
C. E. P., Conway, ,

f offering will not last long. No. 1. ll-21-8t FOR RENT-Three connecting roomson BANK & TRUST CO.CLOTHING .

FOR SALE-Eight good draft mules, ground floor furnished for light
r for sale cheap. R. D. Waring, housekeeping; electric lights; use of
bath. No. 304 East South St. Phone
Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block.
373. ll-19-6t I..I..I. . . . . . . . .
l ORlANDO. BUILDING & LAND CO ll-2C-6tc. .. . . . . . . . ::. :. .. . . . . . .t. :. :. .. -t*

FOR RENT-Up to date furnished : .
FOR SALE-Nice, comfortable home -
;' II North Orange Avenue for small family; grapefruit, guava house; all conveniences; 211 Jack- I tftMMMMMIIMMI I I . . . . . . . . I .m.. ; ..
and orange trees; six squares of post- son street. Also two light house- . . . .. . . . . . . . .1. " ft . .
r PHONE 608 office. Apply to W. D. West, 510 keeping rooms. 11-18-Ctc
Marion Hotel Astor.
avenue or
r
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL 11-18-lmo FOR RENT-Suite of rooms now occupied -
by Dr. Christ. Long term
FOR SALE-Good work horse, at a tenants only' desired. Jno. M. Cheney.
f
FRED B. DALE bargain; perfectly sound; young; 11-13-tfc
t. C. H. BRYANT good condition. Address R. D. War-
Room 4-6 Watkins FOR RENT-For season, only fur-
DAVIS
A GILES Counsel ing. Bldg.
I F. A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor 11-20-tfc nished bungalow, near Lake Lu-
cerne. No children. "Bungalow," Our stock of
I t new
ROSES IN ENDLESS VARIETY- Box 345, city. ll-17-6t

Just received and ready for your

W.inspection R. Spier,three 406 Hughey thousand street.roses. FOR housekeeping RENT-Furnished, suite of large for, pleas-light

I Business Directory I ll-17-6tc ant rooms; all modern conveniences; Fall and Winter
also two nice sleeping rooms; private I ClothingMade
'if. close in.
ForBUSY ------ family; 312 North Main St.
FOR SALE-A lot of saw mill ma- ll-15-6tc.
MEN. chinery; boilers, engines, etc. Will
trade for real estate, sell
or on easy FOR
RENT-Apartment of four nice-
LIST YOUR PROPERTY terms.Watkins R.Block.Waring, Rooms 11-20-6tc 4 and 6, ly furnished rooms; gas, separate by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in
f with me now, while I have the time bath, new house; adults only. 604 ,
to look it over and familiarize myself Magnolia avenue. 11-10-tf-
t with the talking points. I made the FOR SALE-Five room house, one
and anxious for
r. largest number of sales last winter mile fi-m court house, $650. One ; FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. we are you to see our
I and expect to do even better this win- Liberty Brush automobile, $75. In- I Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.
ter. My prospects are beginnig to arrive quire Shoe 'Hospital 8 East Church 11-8-tfc New and class Best
lit and it might cause you to lose street. ll-17-lmo Styles, high tailoring.
a sale by putting it otf. Call today FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with
t at my new offices in the Watkins FOR SALE-40 II. P., five passenger garage; elegantly furnished; on
building and list your property. Buick touring car, in first class Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. place in the city to buy clothing.

WALTER W. ROSE condition; looks like new. Will trade 8-27-tf
Real atate. Phone 655. for city property or good interest
bearing paper. R. D. Waring, Rooms FOR RENT-Seven room house; wa-
4 and 6, Watkins Block. ll-20-6tc ter, gas, electric' lights, bath, etc.;
T. F. HOURIIIAN Licensed Plumber. barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by
Conscientious work at fair price 200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange W. M. SLE1VIONSJyaIrmiWftf1ft
Phine 62i 106 Court St. 8-23-tf FOR SALE-One seven passenger avenue. 10-31-tf
I six cylinder automobile, 1 year old,
first class condition. Don't answer I
LAUNDRY FOR RENT-Small flat, modtrn con-
( unless interested. Address Bargain,
veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A.
t Your general laundry work will, French be care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf Knox. 11-3-tf IIIIMIIMIMIMIIMMIMIIIIillllilMlilllMMMI . . . .1..1. . . . .
( 4ry cleaning,Satisfaction and pressing apE . . . . . 'I"'I"
preciated. and service
guaranteed. Open September 28th. FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Rhode FOR RENT FURNISHEDThreelarge -- -

t t Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry, Ward's Island strain Reds, hens choice and for pullets; airy rooms, and sleeping I . M-M . I' . 11 t t. II f . . . . . I . I 1. .m'l i i'I'
fr whites only. 9-25-tf ; your $1.00. porch; near Lake Lucerne. Mrs. J. E. " MMC "
l Also fryers. Call or write W. J. Foster. 411 South Boone street.
Barber, just south of Drennen Sta- 11-11-tfc
Up to date painting, papering etc., tion. ll-15-6t .

'- is the kind you want. Where to get WANTED I "II II IIWe
f it! That's easy, phone 636. W. T. FOR SALE-One horse.13 Veach 'I'

t Entrican. 1-20-tf street. 11-4-tf WANTED-One or more cars to
drive and care for; will keep them
FOR SALE-Good boat wagon; can out of garages; first-class mechanic;
r T. F. HOURIIIAN, Licensed Plumber. be used for hunting; cheap. II. C. any car. Address, C. H.V.., care have received of Foster Bros'
Conscientious work at fair prices. McDaniel. 10-23-lm Sentinel. 11-22-31 a car i
l Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf

FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston MULES WANTED-One pair of good :dsi
t BUYERS AND SELLERS Wakefield, $1.00 per thousand. large mules wanted for the winter I
i Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. months. Give weight and terms. PiaThere Iron
t 1I I I buy sell, rent, and exchange real 10-28-tf Box 604, Orlando postoffice.: e

estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., 11-18-tfc .
t - ---- -- t
over 30 years. Have handled over FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts.
$20,000,000. Call and see me. Inquire of Frank Phillips. Pine Cas ROOMS FOR RENT is that will with the finish :
: 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. tle. 9-18-tl- I nothing compare

k LARGE, AIRY ROOMS in new, mod- that Foster Beds and OUR PRICES for these !
: A. W. DOWDELL, plasterer, mason FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine ern home not excelled: in the city if are on ,
f and cement worker. 516 W. ChurchSt. hammock land; eight in grove; the for location and surroundings. Kitchenette for the
beds far less than others charge same t
Phone 420. 10-25-1m present crop of oranges will be from if desired. 14 E. Amelia, next are

750 ready to for 1.000 Sitting boxes-; 500 10 acres trees in all lake tojd,, door to the Wyoming. 11-3-tf style bed that has nothing near the finish. We would !


:t Get your roses NOTICE now and have lots one Price and$5,000.quarter Address miles from W. Apopka.II., Box NICE to adults, LARGE only.FURNISHED 409 Delaney ROOM street., like you to call and see this line; nothing like it in ;

ef bloom through the winter. Roses 178. Orlando Fla. 9-23-tf 10-25-tf
i now ready for shipment.
the
W. II. BROKAW, Salesman.' FOR SALE OR RENTBeautifulnew
11-3-tf cottage, Highland avenue and MISCELLANEOUSTO
Park lake in Sunshine Park. R. city.We

NOTICE-ROSES Bruce 10-25-lm.Perry, at Water Works. wagon.EXCHANGE T. J. Wilson, extra Route No.heavy 1. give coupons with all cash sales. ; ;! :

Owing to the coo' weather, our 11-22-lt
roses are now ready for transplanting. For Sale-Silver Cluster Grape
All orders booked for first shipment Fruit and Valencia late orange buds. I MAKE A SPECIALTY of planting
should be here by the 10th of Vigorous stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2 orange and grapefruit trees; all
I November.W.. years old. V trees guaranteed to live. References
II. BROKAW Salesman. 9-23-2m H. C. McDANIEL.For .
furnished. Charges, $6.00 per acre.
11-3-tf
Sale Address 11-10-lmo, Box 222, Ocoee, Fla. Kineaid & Snowden

Don't wait for every one in town to

have Entrican the painter, before 30 Acres, citrus and vegetable land, TO LET-A job of sewer connection.
you try. Am too busy to look you 20 fenced, 10 cleared, crop on it now, 308 West street. ll-20-3f
up. Pnone 636, and I will be on the ready for planting trees this winter f Low Priced Furniture House.

job. 1-20-tf and crop next spring; near school and THE WILLOLA HOTEL, 406 South I
church; half mile of railroad station; Orange avenue, is now open. Beau-
LOST-Linoleum covered brass tool good neighborhood; four miles from tiful location near Lake Lucerne. Cor.lMain and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida
box cover, yellow, between Peoples' court house. Special price if taken in Home cooking. Spacious veranda.

National last Friday.Bank Will end pay Lockhart for :return., Fa.! I -10-25-tf ex0:: days. Box 4, Orlando. I Mrs. W. T. Waker.! 11-19-lmoc .t.-.. _: tt1i_!__!._!_!_!_!_!_!__!_!_!_!_!_!_!_!_!_!_!__!_!_!_._._!_!__! _!_!_!_!_' : : : __: !_:::
'RIIllr .111 1_ - -
Chas. P. Dow, cashier Peoples National GARDEN AND FIELD SEED, millet _
Bank. 11-10-tfc FOR SALE BY II. C. McDAXIEL cane and lawn grass seed for
II sale at The City Drug Store, 11 East I .
7 Room stucco cottage, near Eola; f. I
Who is hour painter and decorator located right; built right; will be sold I Church street, "the all night drug GORDON'S S !lCARRIAGE --. -';
If you are satisfied:; keep the one you right. I store." Phone 632. 11-13-lwkc: i iI ,.. I ANNOUNCEMENT I
have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican 21 of Orlando's most desirable I ::

Ne. 636. l-20-tf building lots, near Lake Eola; will be BLASTING, Subsoiling and Dynamiting -AND-- .. I
sold only to people agreeing to build of all kinrls done on shr -t rn- MR. FRITZ HAUER has opened a
Eat all you want. houses in keeping with the location. tice. A full stock of dynamite in DR. L. H. RAMSDELi '
Eat what you want. 10 Acres on north side of Lake magazine at all times. See L. N. BAGGAGE TRANSFER I I Violin Studio
.t Take a postscript and forget it. Ivanhoe OPTOMETRIST
overlooking Orlando; all Lewis, 406 S. East street, Orlando.1113.1mo' .
For sale by all druggists.17d&wlyrT. cleared land. ; suited for a home site; good L T. HARRELL Prop. I I (Successor to Dr. G. F. LlklaaVORLANDO I' ROOM 8 ROCK BLDG.

18 1-2 Acres land, about 17 acres in SHOE HOSPITAL ; FLORIDA
F. HOURIHAN Licensed Plumber. and Furniture
5 old budded Piano |
year grapefruit and or- Bouton Brothers, corner Church FIT GRIND
WE GLASSES. LENSES
Conscientious work fair
at prices. anges; 2 1-2 miles from city limits; and Orange avenue. Shoes repaired Specialty Ii I' For particulars call at the address.
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf Moving a [
overlooks 4 lakes
; nothing better in while you wait. Best rubber heels, AND DO ALL KINDS OF ;
orida for the nrice. : 40 Hours. 9:00 to 12:00 a.m.
Get the news in the Sentinel first. 10-2:i-Im Phone cents.487. Best English tan 11-13-lmo leather 8 E. Church SI. PHONE 4S7 OPTICAL KEPAIRI.YG
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COMETOPREtlYORlANDO' FIRE DESTROYS RACING the The fire .
|AROUND THE STATE I WindowS rendered was I --
fanned by a high wipd which A.
futile attempts to. fight it. It Z .
of the
Ocala.-At the meeting STABLES
So Urges the Friend in the burned everything combustible and
board of trade last night SecretaryJ. .. II
South to Her Friend in died out of its own accord. Nr. r- 'ii i iii -r-u. --
the North-Some D. Rooney, gave an interesting account Ii i. -.--- --.I- -l--lJtJ _:-
Dodge bought several hundred acres -----
of the meetings of the Flor- STABLES AT AUGUSTA OF '
Observations of land at Grovetown three : : "t4'.S -
GA. MAN years
ida Vegetable Marketing bureau, held GROVETOWN, ,: & '
SMOKE: ago and constructed stables and builta ;;' =
recently at Dade City and East Pa- GO UP IN :t.
Dear Friend in the North: mile track. The horses were -:--- ::ift .. V'=:
latka. He thinks that the organization "'- l\ :;'-.... .-r-""'
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incoming train from the trained here throughout the winter. ::: \t
Every of this bureau will do more good Fire Loss Was About $150,000 ;)/ --_ "I'r: .
north is commencing to bring us our I for Florida than any other organization -High Wind Was Causeof His trainers brought the string of 15 j ; .-(1"".x- -IITrq Deis.....-.-FF..J-= -..-101... -= "'" ... ;:: _.

ruota- of guests. All kinds and de- yet accomplished. A big state the Disastrous that town met last their week.AMERICANS death. today to Grove .---: Pat a Good Roof on a Good Bam o::;:

of coming this meeting of this bureau is scheduled Conflagration --
criptions people are
This is a model ry-fancy stock, scientific stable ar _
be held in Ocala November 26 and --
year. People of fame and wealth' are to WARNED TO STAY' c:::! everything just right. And the roof selected for .
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those seek 27, at the Ocala house. It is expected Augusta, Ga., Nov. 20.-Fire early -
coming: daily. There are AT HOME = this up-to-date daily was _
ing health, and those seeking pleas- that between four and five hun- this morning destroyed the racing I
dred delegates will be present. The stables and 15 race horses owned by
ure. I I State Department Advises Against
Just convey yourself in spirit to a delegates while here will also pay a I F. L. Dodge at Grovetown, Ga., 15 Unnecessary Visits Abroad i iI NEPDNSETP

place near the postoffice at the time visit to Slarion-Sumter fair, miles from here, causing a loss esti- I ....
for distributing the evening mail. which will be in progress Tuesday, mated at from $125,000 to 150000.
> You will then see nearly all types of Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of Mr. Dodge, who owns racing stablesin I Washington.-Another warning to = ROOFING =
next week. Lexington, Ky., Grovetown and American citizens against unnecessary -
humanity. The first to greet our .
Rieal _
involved 77i Real of Bttt Shlnglet
elsewhere is in New York and was visits to foreign countries
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model. From
eye is a fashion plate in issued the state de- -_The matter of price had nothing to do with ItS selection. NEPBSET Taroid was -
head to toe she is clad in what is Death of Mrs. Strong apprised of his loss by telegraph. .I war, was by chosen because it lasts lone'r than!!'hmglcs and adds protection-therefore makes a _
latest From Bradentown. Monday afternoonMrs. Whether any insurance was carriedor partment today, with particular caution t-j better and safer roof. NEPONSET/' Haroid actual! cost less!!' than shingles botb to ___
designated as the style. bar and to lay You 'WIll agree with leading farmers erwberc when you reallv
her little peaked up-tilted hat which : W. II. Tracey received a telegram not could not be learned, although to naturalized citizens that they know/NEPONSET' Paroid. It is the permanent'wear,economical root for barn*.stables -
resembles a "settin" hen, to her tooth- bringing: the sad news of the employes of :Mr. Dodge stated that I should stay away from their native -- -all farm buildings --

pick pointed shoes she is a model of death of her sister, Mrs. II. C. Strong, they did not think the horses or the I countries or countries with which -
which had occurred Monday morningat stables insured. they are at war. s..r
were
style with a capital S. She has whatis
known as "class"-a word, by the her home Madison, Wis. This Among the valuable horses lost II Those Americans, who expect to -- taa.qr
shock to Mrs. Silk Hat trotter with record, travel abroad, were advised by the -
way, which is a very hard word to news came as a great was a a -

define. If you are able to lift your Tracey, as no word had been receivedof it is said, of 2:121-4, and valued at department to provide themselves -- -.-'--.- ..& ..... ..- -
her illness, and only a few days $25,000 "Lady Wanet," a twoyearold with 'letetrs and documents of identi- J" r --"-
from those ;
modest eyes "classy" ; ._. ::= : : : : = : :
fication in addition to their .s u
shoes or to take your fascinated gaze previous she had received from Mrs. trotter with a record of 2:10, valued -: passpors
from her wonderful creation knownas Strong her usual long weekly letter at $20,000, and "Hollywood Ben," and to be careful to inquire of the
SOIJ1) BYJos.
a hat or a more wonderfully cre- written only eight days before her also a trotter, record unknown, val- I' proper diplomatic officers in foreign
passing ued at $10,000. Two mules, a milch lands about having their passports
away.
ated coiffure, you will behold panel Bumby Hardware Co.
work more wonderful and intricate -()- cow and great quantities of food- 'I vised. ,

than in some fine building; you will Board of Health Created stuffs were also burned. For the last Twenty-five Years.
see ruffles, bands, outstanding collars Clearwater.-At the regular meet- Watchmen who slept in the stables i Good morning! Have you paid
and other furbelows which all ing of the city council last night a were awakened at 3 a. m. by the fire | your subscription to The Sentinel? '
become narrower as they descend. board of health was created under which had then gained much head j If not; why not? M t c sr9 +t i i+rt

Close at her high French heels may the ordinance passed at the last meet-
be a black faced mammy whose at- ing, and Dr. Chas. H. Field was appointed -- --

tire will at advertise to the health officer. Other mem-
once you
fact that she is not kept busy obey- bers of the board of health are B. B. Order Your T Turkeys Now

ing Madame Grundy's dictates in Barce and G. W. Worden, Dr. Mighell,

style. Her full and ample form is allowed chairman of the sanitary committee,
full sway in Nature's develop- and Mayor J. R Jeffords. ? VRT

ment. A smile as broad as her girth -()- Live Turkeys 25c

may wreathe her shining black face. Arcadia.-At yesterday's session of

Behind. her may be the mate to the circuit court a number of attor- Dressed 30cH.
the fashion model ahead. Clad in neys as well as a large number of

the latest cut of vest and coat with litigants were surprised at the action

resplendent tie and pin, shining pat- suddenly taken by Judge Whitney Ii

ents, and jauntily swung cane, he impatiently when he threw out all of the civil M. $SELF & co.
H.
awaits his turn at the win- cases that were set upon the docketas fOR THANKSGIVING

dow so he can resume his importantand set for trial at the day's session.

strenuous business of promenading -()- PHONES 80 AND 610 f ftf:0it

Your the streets.vision and senses are next Crystal Well Springs.-In at Crystal the Springs drilling ofa fl l E: For Holidays For Everyday i :

refreshed by beholding a bevy of giggling drainage well on section 31, just t I II I I e..CI I 0 I a+ .
; school girls with big bows in east of town the drillers have discov-
their hair and still larger ones for ered a very thick stratum of what is I THE CHASE & CO

their necks. In their exuberance of pronounced by several who have examined Cheap as Other Meats i : '

spirits they chew gum and laugh it to be phosphate rock. The i PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDO |

merrily.Our attention. is next attracted to feet drill below entered the the surface stratum and at continuedin about 20 f Is modern, fully equipped the with citrus the best up-to-the 25c LIVE{ WEIGHT{ 30c DRESSED[ { j!!

date machinery and gives grower
some ragged colored urchins with it down to a depth of about 290 I I ,

bare feet or bare toes sticking out of feet. The well was discontinued ata I PROPER PACKING FREE DELIVERYf

their ragged shoes. They have the depth of 297 feet, at which deptha FIRST AID TO

most skillful acrobat put to shame good drainage vein was struck. I HIGHEST PRICES

with their agility and capability in --0- which, however would not accomplish the end desiredby

doing all manner of stunts and still Labor Troubles St. PetersburgSt. the grower, if he did not also have available the ser-

retaining their patched trousers up- Petersburg.Labor troubles vices of vi=! :%*2 Nick FranciscoThe

held by one lone and dilapidated"gal- which threatened here on the new
lus." Behind these are benevolent depot of the Tampa & Gulf Coast THE CHASE & CO

looking old gentlemen, fat, fussy, red railroad have been avoided, it is be- Orange Avenue Fruitman
faced women who feed too highly and lieved, and the probabilities are that SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

exercise too little. everything will be settled in a satis- which, with selling forces thoroughly organized expe- Phone 609

In the line are modest, unassumingladies factory manner. rienced, competent and reliable.

people with refined, cultured GIVES THE GROWER *+..++1+I.f . . . . . . . .
features, and those with coarse, displeasing NET RESULTS .
CHAMP: CLARK LIKES 'POSSUM HIGHEST AVERAGE
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expressions. You may see

beauties! of varying: types; those with SOl.ICITEDGROVERS' ArejYou Thinking About Victrola*
Macon, Ga. "I've eaten the best : CORRESPONDENCE a
the delicate coloring: so much admiredin MARKETING AGENTS
that I've had I
'possum in ten ,
the South, and those with the rud- years
For Christmas
dier complexion of their Northern said Champ Clark recently as he was II C.IIS 1: :: &- C()., ?
being entertained by a Macon club
sisters. There certain of Victrolas that it is of-
are types
at a Georgia products dinner. Jacksonville. Florida
Main Office,
Again the picture changes and you Orlando Fla.REAL ten impossible to buy even in New York, Philadelphia *
Members of the club told humorous 9-30-d&w A. R. ROGUE, Agent, ,
see some gentleoiced lady with a I I month of December. To
the save
face framed in beautiful white hair stories and the Speaker laughed uproariously ." " ...WM" .e . . .N .s+'aM.rp or Chicago during ;
annoyance, place your order now. The biggest dealerin
and the expression on her face which r A
says she is growing old gracefully. I lie remarked that he had had several ,!;:+ lfi I ; Ii Ih U Ie C II II ; III a I D 1111 II II aDD D II II D I" the world cannot sell you a machine any cheaper thanwe

.You would like to call her grand- good laugh in Georgia: the first I can. You can get right at us if the instrument is
he had had in five months. "It has
mother and sit at her knee listeningto not absolutely perfect and satisfactory in every way. It
been no laughing matter up there in ESTATEWe
stories that begin "Once
time when I was young." upon a Washington," said the Speaker. is not as easy to do this if the dealer is in Baltimore or

But the town dock strikes six and "Things have been too serious to New York. Some have found this out by dear experience. -

the postoffice is closed and you join laugh." Come in and talk it over.
Speaking of the effect of the war ,
the homeward throng to satisfy the

demands of that organ in your body on"Missouri cotton, he is remarked suffering: with Georgia bu> 1 sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If W. S. BRANCH i
which is more accurate than any
clock in advising you of the time because of this depression, being unable want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call
to sell its mules to the cotton you The Arcade Book and Music Store
about thrice a day. t ,
But I growers." talk wishes with us. ---- ------ -- --- ------
again repeat my message to and your over
you to come and find a kindred spirit The club served 'possum, sweet potatoes -
and other noted in firm has had of :
among this line of people. Come things The manager of this years exper- r

early and avoid the rush, which in Georgia.
ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a
this case means the rush for sleep- Hammond&Gore

ing and eating quarters. DING DOG DELIVERS NOTE million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last
When not doing one of these two :
i
things you will want to be out of Poisoned Spaniel Lives Just Long two years. I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I
doors enjoying the climate. If I Enough to Reach Mistress I

write you again I will give you a program We arc well posted on the value of all classes and REAL VALUES LOW PRICES 1 1I

of how to spend a delightfulday Greeley, Colo.-Drab"ging himself ,
of Florida We want listed with us all
lands property.
in our little city. into the house with a note for his : ; ; COMPAREFURNITURE

Your Friend in the South. mistress, Mrs. John F. Redman Col. want customers for Real
and
bargains in Real l Estate, we

KURDISH FORCES SAID TO BE Bunch looked, pitifully-thoroughbred up ir.to her spsniel face.,. ".v," Estate Bargains. I BUR I

RETREATINGParis sar.li into a heap on the floor and died j1 j1b
the of furniture that has I
from poison that had been fed him in We provide quality long
Nov. 19.-A dispatch to the I some mysterious manner. <>eo accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. I
Havas Agency from Urmia, Persia, The note was from Redman, whois 1
It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
says: "The Kurds everywhere are clerk of the county court, and the j
REAL L ESTATE COMPANY
'RARiNG this point too clear it is one of the foundation stones 1//
giving way before the Russian troops message related to home affairs. !
of this business, and that means much to any buyer.
against whom they dare to make only Col. Bunch was taught! to carry w I I j I
desultory attacks. That portion of notes in his collar when he .*._:> i. Y f
R. D. WARING, Manager
the Kurd forces whom the Russians puppy, and all that was necessaryfor McNEDl & DAVIS BLOCK, !
defeated previously at Tergeven have either his master or mistress to
gone to Schalibinan where they are do to ret: a note delivered was to slipit J Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf Cor. Orange Arc and Church St.. Orlando Fla. 11

rallying. under his collar and tell him to go. L J

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10. All-agencies-at the dis-sd; of 1 KA1SE r MORE1'.-FOOD- .. WARNING-- T mending- -a crest navy- i. not-;:expecied- t able.: .to;r.;'act_ u with:r greater" promptness., .
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rROAD.. BUILDING( GfN! the state capable of use in works of BATTLEGRAMS 'TO SOUTH to meet with much support in con In this way not only are seizure

public: improvement should be soused ress. Many of the Democrats who made possible, but the necessary step

; fLORIDA I rather than in such commercial Washington, Nov. 20.-Considerable Managers of Cotton Loan Fund have failed to get part of the "fat" toward criminal prosecution are also
production as would.conflict with pri- discussion in diplomatic circles hereis Direct Diversificationof which they hoped to get out of last facilitated.

Ten Principles S to 'Guide in the vate enterprises. the result of the recent address on Crops season's "pork bar" will organize a I I "One of the firms in Chicago handling .

i Work of Successful Building the violation of Belgium's neutrality filibuster against naval appropriations. these bad eggs has already been
1 Are Noted RECEPTION OF RED CROSS delivered by Theodore Marburg for- Washington.-The $135,000,000 cotton tried by a state court and found

Below mer United States minister to Bel- I loan fund now completed will Should there be a fight the good I guilty.' Shipments of bad eggs are
Sentiment in Germany Is Strong for gium. "The only road to peace," he be under the supervision of the members roads contingent in the house will also reported to the authorities ia

Road building in Florida is one of Organization said "is by overthrowing German I of the federal reserve board help to defeat naval increases. Chicago by federal state and city in-

the most important matters before I Washington Nov. 20.-Hospitality militarism." and a cotton loan committee consisting spectors in other states in order that

the people of the state today and will that marked the reception of Red of W. P. C. Harding and Paul M. TRADE IN BAD EGGS DOOMED these eggs may be traced to th r J.
units delegated to Germany Warburg members of the reserve timate destination."
Cross Bernstorff Protests
be for the next decade; and any assistance -
which can be gathered from and Austria-Hungary upon their r:'- Washington, Nov. 20.Considerable board Albert II. Wiggin and James Department Agriculture Is Pursuing -
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f the experience of others especially rival in Breslau was described todayin I interest has bene aroused in dip- I S. Alexander of New York James B. | Dealers in "Rots DISTRIBUTED FRUITS
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Forgan of Chicago, Festus J. Wade
experienced road builders and engi- a report from Consul Seltzer to lomatic circles by the protest filed and Spots."
!'i of St. Louis, Levi L. Rue of Philadelphia Mrs. Marietta
the state department. They were Ambassador Bern- Huxtable has just
: neers whose work has stood the test by German von returned -
received by Dr. Von Guin- and William A. Gaston of from Atlanta Ga.. where
f of a reasonable number of years is officially storff with Secretary of State Bryan she
well worth having and heeding. ther Ober-Praesident of Silesia Con- against the shipment from this coun-'|I i Boston. Washington.-"The department of has been for the past ten days.: She
sul Seltzer the AustriaHungarianConsul I This committee is empowered to agriculture is determined to break up attended the national convention
it- At the recent sessions of the fourth try to Great Britain of munitions of I of
: appoint additional committees in each I the traffic in bad ," declared the the
t' American road congress held in Atlanta General Von Pittner and of- war. Count von Bernstorff told the eggs Woman's Christian TemperanceUnion.
ficials of the Breslau branch of the of the cotton producing states to assist office of information today. She states that it
J. E. Fennypacker chief of secretary of state the German gov-'I was the
I''I it in carrying he practical This fight against dealers in "rots
Red Cross.A on ] greatest convention ever held.
11 I road economics U. S. office of public ernment had been advised that the al- On
J. roads an an engineer of note and experience -] luncheon in their honor was lies had given Charles M. Schwab !I| work. The first meeting will be held and spots" is to be fierce in Chicago the way to Atlanta the women from
in New York on Friday and plans and New York. In New York city Orlando Mrs.
that evening the report stated Saunders Mrs.
k as well as a former prac- given contracts for war munitions that i I I Toplifl:
I and was the crowd that laid for carrying out the work. I the war on bad eggs has become so and Mrs. Huxtable
tical road builder laid down ten axio- so great would total approximately $100,000000. ,- -stopped at the
rf matic principles to guide in the work gathered outside the hotel' that po- Attention was called to the fact warm that the dealers have backedout state convention at Jacksonville and

i of successful building and maintaining lice had to make way for the auto- today that, while the creation of the into New Jersey. then went with ,sixty other delegates

t a system or a single road in any !> mobiles, which carried the units for Poland Activity cotton loan fund will have a far- "Federal state and city authoritiesare from Florida to the national meeting.The .
station. The reaching and beneficial influence upon now actively co-operating to put Florida delegation
state. j i I Austria to the railway London Nov. .-Public interestin at the national -
the cotton situation the South should an end to the illegal traffic in rotten
tables were decorated with American meeting distributed citrus fruits.
t They are especialyl applicable tot the European war now is cen-
'i and the singing of patriotic not be drawn away from the other eggs" said the statement. "The state The women feel that the fruit
Florida as will be sene by reading flags tered in the battle of the Russians I was a
them as follows: I J American songs was a feature. "The and Germans between the Vistula I j: pressing and important problem of authorities being on the spot are great boost for Florida.AUTOMOBILE .

t 1. All who share in the benefits off delegates were unanimous in their and Warta rivers in Poland.' It is I I materially reducing its cotton acreage .
that this was the best reception in 19115. A warning was gh.enthe -
expression
road improvement should share proportionately | believed the outcome there will have I
a f in the burdens. I Ii I they had received anywhere," a marked effect on the operations South today to raise food pro-

i 2. The degree of improvement I Consul Seltzer reported. elsewhere and on the duration of the ducts on a large part of the land
I I I Of luncheon which was tendered heretofore devoted to cotton.
f should be proportionate to the traffic a war.

importance of the road improved. the Red Cross nurses to Germanythe I will be at the Hotel Orland several days for pur-
The of the rate report adds: "At the conclusion DANIELS MUM ON DISPUTE
L 3. rate payment or CONCRETE TRENCHES OF FIELD pose closing Orlando Agency for The Allen the season'ssensation
t of accumulation of the sinking fund j jI j Jof the program when the orchestra OF WATERLOO OVER WARSHIP BUILDING in Motor Cars.

I on any public debt contracted for played the "Star Spangled Banner"i I Completely equipped. Electric Starter
road improvement should approxi-i|i! the delegates united in singing With President Opposing FourShipsPlan
r. ': this hymn the entire audience arose I London.-A Chronicle correspondent 37 Horsepower 875
mately equal the deterioration of the Navy Men See Little $ $1075
. improvement. ';: as one man to express their kind respect writing from the north of Hope in Congress 40 Horsepower 1375
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France that Waterloo will again
4. Road building and maintenance for America. This sentiment says

comprise work requiring special qualifications -; seems to be universal in Germany become the scene of a great world Washington.-Secretary of the Na-
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on the part of those who i:but the delegates say it was nowhere battle. vy Daniels today refused to commenton EGzsNFactory : ::
[Aso: forcibly demonstrated as in Bres- } The old field has now been filled '
direct it. ,, the report that he is at logger
trenches the Ger- Representative
5. Responsibilities should be defi- lau. ,with concrete by heads with Admiral Dewey and the
i mans, laid in such a way that the i!
nite as. to persons. !i I general board about the naval pro-
'' When are in need of printingof German commanders are confident I II be laid before -----
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6. Continuous employment more you ( gram to congress.It --- -----
enoducive to efficient service than intermittent any description don't overlookthe that it can be defended indefinitely. I is generally known about the
fact that The Sentinel has one of the The trenches have been so prepared
and temporary employ- department that Mr. Daniels had
ment. I|j I finest equipped job departments con- I that they can be occupied by troops I II been instructed by President Wilsonto TURKEYS TURKEYS !

E 7. The specialists who direct road nected with any newspaper office in I throughout the rigors of winter without ask for not more than two battle-

work should be appointed instead of the state. Every business man or l discomfort. I Ii ships. The general board wants at
I firm should have printed matter thatis The Germans he says, have now a C offers
elected; and they should hold office : I least four. Cheapest ever Yaneey
line of defense from you
attractive as a man's business is complete
during efficiency instead of for a i Water-I I As President Wilson has already
often judged by his stationery. We i iloo to Namur, from which
fixed term. I i announced tha the will support no in-
" 8. No road is wholly permanent; I cary an excellent line of papers and I ibe driven out before they need to re- '(i I crease in the naval appropriation bill Live
I 25c lb.
at best it requires continuous upkeep our pricse are always reasonable. }tire to the line of the Meuse. I. over the amount given by congressi Turkeys per

for which financial and supervisory :The Sentinel phone 24. i i last year, it is generally' accepted in Dressed Turkeys 30c lb.
provision mus tbe made. I There has been no complaint made naval circles that not more than two per

9. Cash is a much more saitsfac- You'll have to confess it's in the yet that fish are contaminated with battleships will be constructed. The Place Your Order Early and Get a Choice Selection
tory form of tax than is labor. tising. the foot and mouth disease. I(I report of the general board recom-

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This will announce to you that I will accept fruit for distribution this year.



In the past seasons I have always preferred buying, but owing to the fact that others are


taking up this line of work I have decided to give the public the advantage of my


distributing facilities and selling connections some of whom being houses in which I ,


am financially interested.My .



packing equipment is unexcelled and my brand stands high is the estimation of buyerson


all the principal markets.



Am in position to make liberal cash advances on all fruit handled.



I Will also do public packing, parties to make their own distribution of fruit.If .



parties prefer selling, have buyers who will purchase fruit as soon as loaded in cars.


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Constitutional Amendments ) ,
I Something Had to Give Way When I:; ct -
William Morris Broke Loose. I"p

Were Adopted In Last Election Though N\|>(ioMTe tfnipers may not :

tee .uliuinilili and: leiupt-rameiital ex- I ... t.o:.
__ I ploMuus are not always harmlessly ex : ,
-- pended. they are away; preferable to 9'c n4RlEYQavIO50N- II
Tallahassee, Fla., Nov. 19-All one, while the judicial amendment I I':
soreness Millenne". brooding :..
three of the amendments submittedto 'lacked but two votes of being carried went or ...Id anger Arthur .

the people in the last general elec- by a two to one majority. Kii Uett In hi. study of Wllliam'resent-I :

tion were carried by overwhelming The official count follows: -that "j.,'!'lv vivid ue.eo." as he '.I

majorities, according to the official Amendment abolishing the office of him--re'.if.... several new in!'tnnces of

count of the vote just completed.More county treasurer: For 14,161; against, Mums V.o "lit thumt'M claps uf temper

votes were cast on the 6,668. Total vote, 20,832. nod swift? easueug; uuniiie-s and

ment deciding the question amend-I Amendment making the state mili- feint-as. I
Once while he was painting he was
abolition of the office of county treas- I tia conform with federal regulations: called from the room and presently his _--s. e ram i-

urer than any other,.20,832 votes being '!I For, 10,356; against, 4,798. Total startled model beam him furiously

cast as against 15,158 for and vote, 15,158. anathematizing; come -ue outside

against the militia amendment, and I I Amendment giving the legislature whom he dismissed ot ejected HUll

circuits then returned a moment later still boil- ,...... .
13,498 for and against the judicial power to create new judicial
ins; with wrath. lie-could not resume
amendment.Two I'I and the increase of the salary of
his work, but made wild dishes about
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of the amendments were car- I judges: For, 8,998; against, 4,500. the room growling and muttering, until --2.o.::

ried by a vote of more than two to i I Total vote, 13,498.of at last in a culminating access( of I 1915 HARLEY-DAVIOSON Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic 1 !

rage:: be took a flying Lick at the door I .' Mechanical Oil Pump. Step-Starter and f6 Refinements, $275.CO. f I Ii29
and with a vast crashing and splintering I '
annual tax upon various business I smashed in a panel. It was too I : *

PLAYERSTOBENUMBEREOIn interests: much for his model's nerves, and he i I '' W. WHITNEY WRIGHT Orange Avenue

Brokers, $30; pawnbrokers, $50; started to flee but at that moment : : Orlando, Fla. I
commercial brokers Morns, with his ire '
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house brokers, $10; proprietors of over
lege and Stetson University with a l.eaming smite, and assured; him :
theaters, museums, or concert halls, '
Players to Wear genially:
from $25 to $100 proprietors of circuses I
Numbers.Tampa .- ; -!t'N all right it's all right but something i I.
$100; proprietors or agents of had to give way!" ,

Nov. 19.-For the first public exhibitions not otherwise enu- I TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
merated, $10; proprietors of bowling
FLAVOR OF FOOD.It .
time in Florida gridiron history the :
alleys or billiard rooms-for each alley -

players will be numbered in a game, or table, $5; commission mer- !. an Important Factor In Digestionand

when Southern College and Stetson chants, $20; dealers in leaf tobacco, Good Health. COOK WITH GAS

University meet here Thanksgivingday from $6 to $24; dealers in tobacco If it were Out for flavor we should
not digest our fool properly. Epi.'11-
in their first conflict. The an- (not otherwise provided for) whose
reanism in eating is the handmaid of
nouncement that this feature the annual receipts from sales exceed
one good health Flavor has been railed
which will appeal to most spectators, $200, $4.80; manufacturers of tobacco the soul of food. The viands that arc

will be tried in the game was made from $6 to $2,496; manufacturersof most agreeable:; to our sense of UMfthose

here tonight by Gilbert Freeman, whois cigars from $3 to $2,496; manu- \\e enjoy mo!'t. are those we are 1. Convenience 6. Speed
facturers of cigarettes, from $12 to most likely to digest well and from
acting as Tampa manager for the
which we are most likely to derive the 7.
game. $2,496. maximum of nourishment' 2. Comfort Efficiency

The numbering of players has A book was devoted to this subjectby
been tried out in the East and has Cold storage has struck the weather -I Henry '1'. Flack of New York. lie 3. Cleanliness 8. Safety

hene found feasible. In fact, it has man. called it "Food and Flavor." In a review
of it the ientine American says: 9. Perfect
4.
doubled the interest in the game from Regulation.
""The psychic factor of desire" must precede -
the spectaotrs' viewpoint. It is a new The quickest way to sell real estateis Simplicity
resultswill he
ingestion or
to advertise it in The Sentinel. unpro- of Heat
innovation in the South and Thanks- I pitious. To oath tent spent for nutri-

giving day will see the plan first I ment we ndd five more for flavor. Flavor 5. Accessibility
tried in this state. When the high cost of living pinches : in short. has au appetizing value 10. Economy .

This game promises to be the most remember that Nancy Hall Potato. a health value, a commercial value
The evolution of a discriminating
thrilling sporting event of the fall.
appetite<< and the education of the cook
Never try to dictate to a woman
Likewise, if from
reports society must go hand in band. But your glut-
headquarters are true, the biggest society unless she is your stenographer.A ton is never an epicure. Rational mastication 7. EFFICIENCYEfficient

event of the season. Tampa so- must ioniiiny| the highest
ciety is already aglow with anticipation castle in the air may be all enjoyment of food. and in this enjoyment -

right, but a cottage in Orlando is lie perfect assimilation an,
of and Plant Field will be a perfectsea better. I I health. It i is flavor that stimulates the because the fire need not be lighted until all the food is
and Hue
green mingled with Row of the digestive Juices; it is the

white when the gladiators stream out digestive juices that prepare the food ready to be cooked. Because the moment the cooking is done
on the field. We admire a man who always for the extraction of nutriment."

laughs at our jokes and never tells the fire is turned
any of his'own. The Professer Was Wrong. off and all expense ceases. Because there is no


INTERNAL REVENUEThe The value of advertising space ina Several delivered deludes a course ago a learned of lectures professor In- waste as the fire is concentrated on the place where it is needed

one of which he proved to his own satisfaction -
newspaper depends upon the quan- that the Atlantic ocean could and none of the heat escapes up the chimney. Because when
Sentinel is in receipt of a let- tity and quality of the circulation.A never be crossed by steam. Steam

ter from II. II. Lewis, of Jacksonville, ower bad been discovered and cook with Gas utilize
l applied you you every cent's worth of fire ,you buy.
collector of internal revenue, in whichhe gossipy woman is bad enoughbut on I..lid. but he was confident it

states that the special tax under when a gossipy man enters the could never be applied to the ocean.

act of October 22 became effective game it's us for the tall timber. Under the |eouliar conditions of the
November 1. heaving tides, the danger of storm-
the rolling of the tide. end so forth
An extract from the letter follows Unless a man who claims to have you could never apply steam to navigation ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

: religion uses it in his business he has across the Atlantic. The hook

"In view of the fact that the pres- the wrong brand. in which that I lecture was publishedwas

ent taxable' period, November 1st, on the first steamer that crossedthe
GAS DEPARTMENTDr.
1914, to June 30th, 1915, is only two- Ohio heads the list of states having AtlTnt'! The captain took it along
as a sort of curiosity.. That book did
thirds of a year, the amount of tax plenty of money on hand. It's a com-
due at the present time in each case fortable feeling, too. not have a very large: sale but therehas . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
been quite a run of steamers ever 111111111111111.1111111111111111.111.11..11.11111111..1111
will be two-thirds of the full 11.lllllllllllllllllr. -
only since', and the professor ceased to
year's tax. The law provides that The cool snap raised the lid on argue that steam could not be utilized

unless application for special tax oranges and the shipping season tookon on the (".ean.-ChrNlian Herald F. F. ThompsonDENTIST MIMIMIMIie 11111111111111111111111111111. 1111111 :

ctjtinn is made blank form 11 and life Tuesdav.
on new ,. .

.\ :.... .: r t -- ** "moke.'king. Telfonrd his salt ,:, Will Orlando o Paint and Wall Paper Co. \ .

,.. open an office at
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.rulw.ia T.r: r1 fear. .i'ea q. 115 S. Orange Ave., over Curtis optO'Neal's .
I ... : -r. &*.' "'eith if ;;, -0 and half il
I ,, : ;: .. : Store.
Grade Paints Oils :
;np t -t, : 'iV a :, = ,0 *ri .. AGENTS FORPatlon's
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Paper,
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;'<1. < o! "tv ..- et Charles
'e. r : -.:? e stronsI :- !f BEST SELECT OYSTERS, 50c. Quart I Paints Brushes, Etc.
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smith
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; ,, TheVValdeckerFishCoFOR sOLO:AT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Orange Ave.
-- his
UL> :: own THE SUM
}3 !\.j: <. .-. ... bad ar- i FISII AND OYSTERS ORLANDO, FLORIDA : :

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re- i M. and W. O. COX i
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INVITATION IN VERSE


Come to Conway School Novem-
ber 26th and Have a Good
Time at the Box

: SocialOn

Thursday night, with thankful:j

BIG is Not rule, j
Starting Ye all are asked to Conway school; ,
Ladies, girls and maidens small,
Starting Right Are asked to bring, both one and all,I

If our wealthiest men had waited to A dainty pie upon a tin, I : ri
start their bank accounts with a BIG A box with luncheon wrapped within;
, ) amount-they would still be waiting. These lunches then the men will share i
Little deposits grow to big sums. It's With those who kindly bring them
the little business that has the best chanceto there.
become big. It is the young man who The money raised, with motive clear, DO YOU UNDERSTANDHow
... can take care of the small sums who will We'll spend upon our school house
able to handle big business. here.
be a
We encourage small deposits. We wel-, -A. S. Hickson, Teacher. you can ],orsonally be banafit-
come new accounts of $1.00.Ve pay 4 Remember, that the date is November ted by the advantages accruing to
cent. 26th, and a large attendance is
per the
expected. commmunity by

STATE BANKof
EX-ORLANDOITE WEDS The Federal Reserve Act ?
Orlando
The following from the Bluffton, -
Ind., Banner will be of interest, as Call, telephone or write and: wa will
:
Mr. Masterson spent about a year in mail our booklet-just out---which :
5I Orlando and was in the employ of
Ll. the Cook Automobile company: explains this act fully and clearly.
"Clyde H. Masterson surprised his ....... ., c.: ;.
friends this morning when he an- '....' :... '... ,..
nounced that he had been to Indian- _, 'i -
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apolis over Sunday and Monday had / .;
married Miss Nina L. Beeson, of ...,......." ...', ,.
Tampa, Fla. Mr. Masterson, who is
the bookkeeper at the Grove garage, z t} '
/ ;ht : <; i
left the city Saturday evening, not }
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For
'; Thanksgiving telling any one of his destination.The .

Let us send for you by parcel post a first announcement of his mar- '. : ...:: _. .
riage came last evening to his mother -
" BOX OF FRUIT Mrs. Bert Wasson." :
back home for Thanksgiving. It will : J
make a nice rememberance, at a small .: D'0; : : '.:.
BOY SCOUTS PLEASE NOTE :
cost. .::. :: : :

Wrights Seed Store Part of your oath is, "On my hon- ,' ;;
or, I will do my dl ty to God." You (: :j'l':: :: : : : ;: :... ... .'. '' .. : .
Pho el79 South Orange Avenue must belong to a Sunday school class ; :: : : ::-: : '... :':,::-- : :" '.' .: :. : .4.. ':".: ....:,.::-.::.: ;:: :lr\:.t::, -::... f.:

and go regularly.
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Great Furniture Sale Now On










Great Thanksgiving Sale




, At The Big StoreWe




present to the public the most wonderful array of high-grade Linens ever seen in any


store, and we confidentially assert--first that we are showing the best values in Linens


;: that are to be found in the city.




TABLE DAMASK MERCERIZED GO inches TABLE DAMASK, 72 inches wide, very !tandHemstitched Tea Napkins at
wide, pure bleached 39c. quality -------- 24c some line of designs, heavy Irish Linens, 1 69 -
$2.00 quality ------------------------- l. 52.50, $3.00, $4.00 doz. I
TABLE DAMASK, highly mercerized, full 64 t
inches wide, handsome designs 75 cent 48 i
c $3.00 ALL LINEN DINNER NAPINS, extra
quality $1.25 HEMMED NAPKINS, mercerized, $ 4.39 I
L2598c value at _
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TABLE DAMASK, 72 inches wide, all pure In79! quality per dozen ----------------- !d

splendid line of designs, $1.00 C
en i
TOWELS, hemmed Huck, with small design, a 1 f\
regular 15 cent quality 1 UC
TABLE DAMASK, pure bleached, all linen: $1.50 ALL LINEN BLEACHED NAPKINS __$ 1.2 9
heavy weight, full 72 inches wide $1.25quality 89c TOWELS, hemstitched and all pure linen, also
a big heavy weight Turkish Bath Towel. 25c
35c. and 40c. quality
TABLE .DAMASK, of Irish manufacture $2.00 ALL LINEN BLEACHED NAPKINS.$1.59 -
strong and serviceable, Dots, Floral and PURE LINEN HUCK AND DAMASK TOWELS -
Satin Stripe Designs, full 2 yards wide, 1 29 hemstitched, scalloped and embroid- *| f\f\
$1.50 quality $3.00 ALL LINEN DINNEN NAPKINS ____$2.39 ered, at 50c., 65c., 75c. and *

, TABLE DAMASK extra heavy double satin, GUEST TOWELS, a beautiful line, hemstitched -
pure Irish Linen, 72 inches wide, beautiful "1 39 ed, scalloped and embroidered at 25c., 35c., 50c
designs, $1.75 quality A. $-1.00 ALL LINEN DINNER NAPKINS ---__$3.19 40c. and _







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