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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 24, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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LUl\lE TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1914. NUMBER 243.




TfUTON CANNONADING SETS A. C.l. OFFICIALS SPECIAL COUNCIL OlD GlORY LEFT TO FLUTTER





FIRE TO CATIIEDRMJLFRY IN ORLANDO i! MEETINGASSESSMENT 11 BATTRrD[ VERB CRUZ



I-- GEN. PASS. AGENT AND DIV. :I ROLL FOR RECENT ---- -- -- -

BORDEAUX-DISPATCH SAYS I: LARSON'S: PASS. AGENT WERE I| PAVING PRESENT VERA CRUZ AFTER MONTHS

CATHEDRAL AT YSER AUTO WRECKED ON BUSINESS I, ED YESTERDAY NE\V\V FURNISHINGS GIVEN OF OCCUPATION BY U. S.
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FIRED BY GERMANS I YESTERDAYREAR DECLARE ORLANDO IS PROSPEROUSBelieve ;:I MAIN TO WEST ST. TO BE PAVED BY MRS. ENSIGN IS EVACUATED-


INFANTRY ATTACKS ARE SPIRITEDGreat i COLLAPSE CARRANZA REGIME
WHEELS SMASHEDAS Orlando Is in Better City to Pay for Brick-Property TOURIST HEADQUARTERS
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CONTRACTOR WAS Condition Than Most Owners Are to Pay for GREATLY IMPROVED BY I -
Activity of the Kaiser's Villa Will Occupy Mexico City
SUBSTANTIAL GIFTS
CROSSING TRACKS I
Other Cities in the Laying of
I -Blanco Has Arrested
Troops Shown Along the I
Northern Coast of Accident Happened on Robinson FloridaT. : Same The Gifts Will Result in a "La I Many Generals-Peace

BelgiumParis Avenue-Other "Close C. White, of Wilmington, N. C., The city council held a special dies' Cosy Corner" at the or War May Follow

I j I Calls" Have Been general passenger agent for the At- meeting yesterday morning at the Tourist HeadquartersRug I
DesiredBy Vera Cruz, Nov. 23.-Vera Cruz is
Nov. 23.-Official statements ReportedAnother ,
lantic Coast Line Railroad company, city hall. Other than routine busi-
issued from Bordeaux today and tonight 'i again Mexican town. The American -
and J. G. Kirkland, division passenger ,, ness was the passing of an assessment -
report that heavy cannonadingis "close call" was recorded far the most substantial and forces which have been in occu-
progressing at four points, namely, yesterday on the railroad tracks agent for the same system, with I roll for recent paving, and the useful gift that has come to the General
Funston's
headquarters in Tampa, were in Or- I proposal of F. N. Boardman to pur- pation, expeditionary -
at the Yser, where the violent gun when a Seaboard freight locomotive I Tourist Headquarters was receivedyesterday
fire of the Germans has razed the smashed into the automobile in which lando yesterday and will remain in I chase brick sufficient to pave Sum- brigade, numbering somethingover

markets and city halls and set them O. N. Larson, builder and contractor, this locality for several days attend- merlin Place from Main street to afternoon from Mrs. Jno.E. 6,000 men, evacuated the port

and the belfry of the cathedral on was riding, demolishing the rear of ing to urgent railroad matters. I West street. The city will pay for Ensign, who resides entirely out- today in four hours time. The first

fire, and has destroyed many housesin the automobile, Mr. Larson narrowly They were both pleased with gen- !r the brick and the property owners side the city limits at her pretty sub- outpost was withdrawn from Los Co-

the region of Soissons, where the escaping death. eral conditions in and around Orlando I will pay for the laying of the same. urban home, "Interlachen," a few cos at 10 o'clock, and at 2 o'clock this

invaders have been trying to recover I' Mr. Larson was in his Hupmobileand and seemed much gratified with the I All unpaid brick paving claims sent miles east of town. afternoon. the last of the transports

ground lost during the past week; at riding west on Robinson avenueat bright prospects for this immediate out during October and not collectedwere which were loaded with American
The
Rheims, the scene of the bombard- about 4 o'clock. He was upon the section of Florida. "I have been in'I referred to the city attorney for gift consists of a handsome soldiers cast off its line at the wharf.

ment which lasted over a month, and tracks when the locomotive without all towns along the line," said Mr. collection.The polished oak book case, a polishedoak On the heels of the American

at Argonne, where the fighting has any warning smashed into the car. White, "and in my opinion Orlando is : paving assessments for the recent settle, a center table and spread, troops came the Carranzista army to j j

been particularly violent during the Mr. Larson jumped but the prow of in a very prosperous condition. Thereare pavement on South Orange, Gore several oak chairs and an oak easy assume the occupation of Vera Cruz

past two days. I, the "Oviedo Special" caught the ma- many people already here from I and Kuhl avenues were presented in chair. This generosity on the part of I under Aguilar, Maganes and Millan,
The infantry attacks which have chine almost "amidships" and com- the North, and other sections of the! detail. The paving amounted to Mrs. Ensign will enable the committee I entering the town 8,000 strong. ByI
been spirited in character have been pletely severed the rear wheels from country, and before many weeks more : about $6,000, and the total amount of I the time the last troops were aboard j ji
.
directed by the Germans against sev- the car. The locomotive was switch- tourists will put in their appearance.I paving was nearly 8,000 feet. to furnish a cosy corner in the i the ships, the Mexican troops had J

eral French positions in the Argonne ing and had eight cars attached. can not truthfully say that the The property owners against whom Headquarters especially for the la- I thoroughly reoccupied the trenches as'! ,

region, but all have been repulsed Last week B. G. Snowden was driv- same condition exists in all the citiesI i the assessments were made are as dies.The the rear American column swung past j t
have been in. However, they haveno follows committee is especially thank- I
successfully by the defenders. Great ing a delivery wagon across the : the American consulate and saluted 1
activity among the German forces street crossing when a locomotive need to complain. Florida as a South Orange Avenue-Mrs. Etta ful to Mrs. Ensign for her interestin I the flag, which is the sole remaining 1 1I
whole is in good shape compared to Fish Isabella Sherman, S. G. Walker the room which is to be a very
has been reported from the northern grazed the rear of the car. This national emblem left to flutter over
coast'! of Belgium and the bombard- makes the second narrow escape that other states in the Union." estate, Nannie B. Giles, Jas, L. Giles, popular: place for our winter visitors. I I the town, the Carranzista forces entering j
Both Mr. White and Mr. Kirkland'' Lulu R. Butt, and the S. E. Ives es- Tile committee is especially in need
ment df Nieuport is declared to have Mr. Snowden has experienced in the the Plaza de Armas where the
agreed that the next two months tate. About 1,700 feet. of a Crex rug about 8x10 feet in size. i
been renewed. past few days. Other narrow escapes banner of :Mexico was unfurled over
I would witness better and : Gore Avenue-Mrs. E. L. Branham, Will some public spirited citizen pro-
i have been reported and it is time the passenger the Commandancia, the military head- 1
t s * 5 public should be safeguarded. I freight conditions. With the moving' Miss Annie B. Smith, Mrs. Etta Fish, vide the rug? quarters of the new commandant. .

GERMAN SUBMARINE AND of the citrus fruits, and other commodities ': S. E. Ives, trustee, Mrs. Isadore G. The townspeople are keeping in-

TORPEDO BOAT DESTROYER I freight business is sure to Ives, C. B. Robinson, II. L. Beeman, I doors. The few Americans remaining -
FOUNDERS SNOW-BEAUTIFUL SNOW V increase, and with severe winter in. T. II." Mathews, Mr. Jordan, Beck & TO DRAIN 18,000 ACRES I are civilians and they, too, are

the North passenger traffic to the Payne. About 1,300 feet. keeping to themselves. The evacua-

London. Nov. 23.-An Ex- Southland will be noticeably in-I I Kuhl Avenue-B. T. Kuhl, S.1.. I tion and occupation was very peace-
change telegram from Copenhagen Glens Falls, N. Y., Is Enjoying creased. I. Ford, Charles F. Opitz, W. T. Boylen, Big Proposition on Foot in Man- I able. The withdrawal of the troops

says the Danish steamer Sleigh Bells and Plenty of Yesterday afternoon Mr. White and : Jno. F. Schumann, E. G. Green, Mary atee County-Gamble Creek I does not leave the United States entirely -

"Anglo-Dane" collided in the Crystals Unknown I': Mr. Kirkland were driven by Mr. W. I I A. Green, Mabel C. O'Neal estate, :M. Drain Will Cost without men for land fighting

Gronsund with the German torpedo Here R. O'Neal through Winter Park, I I I: C. and A. B. Smith, Alice Kimbrough, $100,000 I around Vera Cruz. About four thou-
boat destroyer "H-124.' : Maitland, Altamonte and other delightful F. S. Roby, W. A. Slauter, II. L. Bee- sand marines aboard the warships in

The steamer was uninjured but The residents here who call environs of Orlando. :\lr.1:t man, W. R. O'Neal, trustee, Frances Palmetto' Fla., Nov. 23.-In the the harbor can be landed incase of
the destroyer foundered and all many White, who has not been here for. Korral, and Beck & Payne. About I past few years :Manatee county has emergency.It .
but two members of the crew Glens Falls, N. Y., their summer three years, was highly pleased with 5,000 feet. dug some immense drains in the effort is understood that the ships will
,
were drowned. The Gronsund is home will be interested in readingthe the improvements in the surrounding I -- -- to make lands more valuable, remain until there is no possible need

a channel between the Danish following item from the Post- country and in Orlando. "This city," ern railroads. The protest was in and they have done -it with success, for their presence.

islands of Moen and Falster in Star, published at Glens Falls: he said, "certainly I looks good ton.". the form of a petition to the commis- but all these drains of heretofore will
It makes me feel badly time I sion for suspension of the proposed
the Baltic sea. "Sleighs appeared here last night every pale into insignificance with the pro- Gen. Blanco in CommandSan
S 5 S . come here, for I like it so well I dis- increases and was signed by railway posed Gamble creek drain in the Par- Luis Potosi, Mex., Nov. 23.-
for the first time this
season as a result like to leave. Your new churches, commissions of Iowa, Nebraska, rish section. This drain will be a big I Gen. Blanco, left in supreme com-
t i s s s s s. s s. s s sa of the storm which started yes- new school house and other improve- Washington, California, Montana, proposition, costing around $100,000.It mand of the military forces in Mex-
forenoon and which
"U-18" FLIES WHITE FLAG terday was still ments justifies me in saying that Or- North Dakota, South Dakota, Minne- will drain between 15,000 and ico City by Carranza, today an-
at 2 o'clock this
raging morning with- lando is in a fine condition." sota, Oregon, Missouri, Kansas, Texas 18,000 acres of land, which needs only nounced his repudiation of Carranzaand
the least
out indication of
London Nov. 23.-The official abating. Mr. White has been ill for five and Oklahoma. a drain of this kind to make it as his allegiance to 'Villa. He has
This is the earliest that has
press bureau announces that the sleighing weeks and just a week ago left a hos- Practically all railroads operatingwest valuable as any land in Florida. It arrested Generals Alvaro Obregon,
German submarine "U-18" has been enjoyed in a great many years pital at Baltimore. This is his first of the Mississippi river have will be east and northeast of Par- Antonio C. Villareal), and Eduardo
and in the opinion of local is
been rammed on the north coast people official trip to points over the line. filed freight tariffs with the commis- rish. The petition for the drain is Hay. This means the occupation of
the surest sign that the Connecticut
of Scotland by a British patrolling wiseacre who the In referring to the matter of the sion effective December 15 making already in the hands of the county Mexico City by the forces of Villa
vesseL The submarine, which predicted worst recent annulment of local trains 27 advances in commodity rates. The clerk and action on it will be taken without opposition and the probable '
winter in one hundred had
was later sighted on the surface years and 28 on the A. C. L., they; refusedto increases are not a flat amount on by the commissioners at their regular collapse of the Carranza government.The .
struck it right. About four inches of
flying a white flag, subsequently had make many comments. They feel all freight as in the case of the East- meeting in December.The announcement of this action by
fallen
at
snow The
midnight.
foundered. that the road is justified in making I ern lines, but vary according to the Gamble creek drain will be as I Gen. Blanco was contained in a telegram -
weather man predicts more snow today -
S i i Y i i i t t i t t t i the annulment and are in hopes that commodity from two cent. to
and it will be colder tomor- I per approximately -I big a proposition to the county of which he personally sent to the
says
the public sentiment will become i twelve per cent. They Manatee as the Everglades is to the ( provisional president here.
row. And this is only November
I. kindlier as the realization of the wisdom affect all of the commodities that or- state of Florida.

CRAPS SHOOTERS TAKENDeputy 20!" I IBENEDIGTS I of. the move becomes more ap- dinarily enter into interstate trans- I !

parent.PROTESTINGADVANCES portation. $$200 TO HELP BElGIANS

Sheriff Arrests Four- HAVE COURAGE I II I THRILLING GRIDIRON GAMEYoung


teen Craps Shooters Near MASSEY WASHINGTON Mrs. Brigham Announces That

Winter Garden I Col. John Seely Says Married Presbyters Defeat the Benefits and Pledges Will

Saturday I Men Have More Courage Thirteen States and Commis- Is Attending Annual Session of Orlando High School Give $200 to Worthy
Team by Score Cause
I Than the sions OpposingAd'"ances the National Associationof
Judge Warlow held a seance in Orange i I of 6to0
county's temple of justice yesterday I "Bachelors"London in R. R. Freight Railway Commissioners Mrs. L. F. Brigham announced last

morning and Clayton Barnes 'I Nov. 23.-Attention is directed Rates In a hotly contested football game night that the collection from the
played at the driving park yesterday Belgian benefit program at the Lu-
and William Jackson
pleaded guiltyto to the statement of Colonel Washington Nov. Another ad- Hon. Louis attended the
,
Massey afternoon the Young Presbyters defeated cerne theatre Sunday amounted to
breaking and entering G. W. Mar- !John Seely, formerly of rate annual session of the National Asso-
secretary vance case, quite an importantand the high school team by a $38.10. From all sources up to the
cum's gun and repair shop. The for- state for war, that "the experience of even more extensive than the one ciation of Railway Commissioners at score of 6 to 0. The touchdown was present time $134.40 has been collected -

mer was sentenced to four and the i I' the South African war was that the now before the Interstate Commerce the Interstate Commerce building in made on aforward pass to G. Mayer. by this energetic and altruis-

latter to seven months on the roads. I married men were more courageous Commission, will grow out of the pro- Washington last week. The discus- The players on both sides played tically inclined woman, with the as-

Fourteen craps shooters were arrested -I I than the unmarried men." test today by the railway commis- sion about rates and other railroad well, especially the Young Presbyters. sistance of the clergymen and the

'! at Overstreet's logging camp Ii i! He added that it was "admitted at sioners of thirteen states against pro- i matters were, he reports, most inter- Long runs by Quarterback Lo public, in aiding the unfortunates of

near Winter Garden Saturday night the time of the Russo-Japanese war posed higher freight tariffs on West- esting. Bean and Halfbacks J. Musselwhiteand war. In addition to this amount she

by Deputy Sheriff J. W. Bass and I Manchuria the married men displayed J. Branham were features. The has pledges from Dr. Poulson, Dr.
i
Walter Myers. They were each fined a greater amount of courage high school played well' but were no Wray, Father Fox, Mrs. Beachamand
$10 and costs. Eight of them were than the unmarried soldiers." Persian Gulf Campaign Gives match for the fast eleven of the other individuals that will swell K

given their liberty upon liquidatingand There is much discussion whethera Young Presbyters. A good crowd the total amount to the $200 figure.
the other six will likewise follow soldier who fights for his hearth The British Victories witnessed the game. The next game The address Sunday at the Lucerneof 1

suit this morning. I and home, and who feels that any will be played with the Sanford high I Dr. Rickert was a notable one and

lack of courage will reflect on the -- school. has caused much comment.
H. Powers and family have arrived I good name of his wife and children, London, Nov. 23.-The war office In East Africa a statement says f

from Sheboygen, Wis., and will spend does no feel that he has somethingmore press bureau tonight issued a state- that the British force opposed a HENRY SEIGEL FOUND GUILTY THE WEATHER ':
the winter in Florida. They drove to fight for than the bachelor ment to the effect that the operations I strong force of the enemy and event-

through in a Ford and made good who has only himself to consider and' in the Persian gulf have been ually compelled them to fall back. Geneseo, N. Y., Nov. .-Henry Florida: Fair Tuesday; warmer on i

time. Mr. Powers left his car at the who at best is spurred to deeds of crowned with greater and more rapid I The losses were so heavy and the en- Seigel was found guilty by a jury to- east coast. Wednesday partly cloudy. ;

., Orlando Auto and Supply company's daring by }the thoughts of some peer- success than had been anticipated.The emy's position so strong that it was night of misdemeanor in obtaining E

f garage. less divii/.ty to whom he has given Turkish forces have abandoned' considered useless to renew the at- credit on false financial statements.The Saturday Evening Post' Womam's

his troth. further resistance in the Persian gulf tack. The force returned to its base penalty in this case is a fine of Home Companion, Ainsley, Life, Les 1 '
Put your Christmas ads. in The Colonel Seely is a married soldier and fled leaving eight guns and many and is preparing for future opera- $1,000, or one year in the peniten- lie's, Harper's, and others. Curtis :
Sentinel. They will bring results. hirase1'. wounded.
e .* tions. t tiary, or both. A: O'Neal. L:i

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F JAPANESE MINISTER OF WAR IS nal as a link in the nation's coast defense and the Japanese cruiser Idzumo "

FOR ARMAMENTSays system was emphasized todayin ALLIES MOBILIZE FLEETAction were coaled off the Guadalupe Islands i

the navy department's announce- last Tuesday. Captain Israel does A
i Growing Importance Demands ment of the passage of two subma- not know in which direction the war- '.tP;
; It-Expects Opposition When rines and a gunboat through the wa- Taking Place Off Coast I ships sailed. Two other warships, .

Duma Meets: December 5 to terway. "The important part that of California-Presages a south bound, whose names and nationality .:...c. ,'" ,. .. f

Consider the Matter submarines tie playing in the Euro- Big Naval Engagementin he could not learn, were i .-- -.- J __.,1 z.- -"' ._ -.
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pean war," says the department's passed. ;
!. Tokio, Nov. 23.-A larger army statement, "is emphasizing their importance Another warship was reported fifteen }; t : ':i ;;I5 Jt'j'
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\ and navy was advocated by Count in our own plans of national Diego, Cal., Nov. 21.-British, miles off this port today, south- : .

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r of the cabinet today to take up mits them to pass freely between the mobilizing off the coast of Lower Israel's story is substantiated by .---",.,.- -- =- --' -. n, hY-_
the program for the imperial diet waters of Long Island sound and California, according to word brought fishermen and it is supposed the war ::- = V Dfin Rrm,FrfM tm.M a

; which will convene December 5. Cape Cod bay, becomes a strategic here by Captain Robert Israel of the vessels are steaming south to attack I Put :Good Roof on a Good Barn .: : ;

t Count Okuma's program calls for two feature that could hardly be overesti- ocean-going launch Nonesuch. Israel the German squadron somewhere off ::=;- This is a model dairy-fancy stock, scientific stable arrangement .
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i new infantry divisions. mated. I said the British cruiser New Castle the South American west coast. :=! -everything just right. And the roof selected; for

f After taking the matter of national "Not only submarines, but destroyers ------- ---- ---- '-- = this up-to-date dairy was .i
defense from the viewpoint of diplomacy and light vessels of all kinds

'" and finance, said the pre- could freely use it without exposurein

mier, the ministry has concluded that time of war to attack by an ene- AUTOMOBILEI NEPDNSETP
the international situation does not my's forces." =

permit postponement of an increase will be at the Hotel Orland several days for pur-

f in the army. BATTLESHIP FLEET MAY CARRY pose closing Orlando Agency for The Allen, the season's = ROOFING = .
I "Army increase is objected to on ENTIRE CONGRESS TO sensation in Motor. Cars. = TJu Real Rival of Bttt SAnslearrn -_ I

the grounds of our growing intimacy SAN FRANCISCO Completely equipped, Electric Starter -The matter of price bad nothing to do witb its selection. NCMMSCT Paroid wu \;
t with Russia. The opposition is doing chosen because it lasts looser than shingles and adds protection-tberefore makes
f its best to advance this intimacy but 37 Horsepower $ 875 $1075 better and safer root. Yet NEFMSET Paroid actually costs less than shingles botb t.a w i
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San Francisco, Nov. 23.-When the -- boy and to lay. Yon will agree with leading farmers everywhere when you really! a..t7 ;
t satisfactory diplomatic relationship 40 Horsepower 1375 know NEPOWSET Paroid. It is the permanent-wear.economical roof for barns stables --- !
fleet of battleships which will come -all farm buildings. -
is no excuse for rejecting a measure I
[ from the Atlantic seaboard to the M t
for national defense. Also we must
ti
I: remember that the solidarity of the Pan-Pacific exposition via the Pan- L. E-: GIaSOFactory -n --i I
aman canal reaches San Francisconext -
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Anglo-Japanese alliance depends --1
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year may as passen- w ,
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Congressman Julius Kahn in an
dom and to fulfill our mission."

f Japan increasingly Japan, he Should concluded important Be Prepared, would role havean in merce address last before iight.the chamber of com- Odando Paint and Wall Paper Co. I Jos. Bumby SOLD Hardware I y Co., I I


world events and should be prepared MI-O-NA QUICKLY
For the last Twenty-five Years.
t to face the events that transpired.The High Grade Paints Oils Varnishes !
forthcoming session of the diet ENDS INDIGESTIONEat AGENTS FOR Kalsomine Wall Pa- : i i(7ur

promises to be of more than usual in- Patton's Sun Proof
Paper Wall Board Roof- :
terest. The Conservative ;J-I
Seiyukai or
-
Your Favorite Food and Never Paints ing, Brushes Etc. : zE "ne ;
party, which controls the major- Fear AfterDistress.. .
ity of the house of representatives, is There is a way for you to eat what- sOLDAT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Orange Ave.
to resist the ever your stomach craves. Many will THE SUN
gram expected of the minister.strongly pro- say tried, "How and every I wish time I could it nearly but I have killsme. I ORLANDO. FLORIDA Are You Thinking About a VictrolaFor

This party is expected to interpo- ."
late the government on the captureof The real trouble is that people who Special Wall Paper 3000 Rolls, at 5c. Christmas? .
Kiau suffer the untold agony of indigestion .
Chau, the Carolino, Marianna -
do not realize that the stomach .. .alll'IIIIIIltIII"III. .allI.ln"I'I"1118'TURKEYS There are certain types of Victrolas that it is of-
and Marshall islands
by Japanese
has a lot of work to perform in digesting ten impossible to
buy in New
York
warships. Already some capital is the food and if crowded with even Philadelphiaor
being invested in some of these extra labor it rebels and kicks up a Chicago during the month of December. To save

islands and experts from the minis- fearful disturbance. annoyance, place ;your order now. The biggest dealerin
Mi-o-na, a simple and inexpensive TURKEYS!
teries of agriculture and mines have prescription, easily obtained from the world cannot sell you a machine any cheaper thanwe

been sent there to study mine resources McElroy's Pharmacy, or any drug can. You can get right at us if the instrument is
store, will quickly and effectivelystop
this disturbance or money re Cheapest Yancey r offers not absolutely perfect and satisfactory in every way. It
funded. It not only increases the you
is not to do this if
CAPE COD CANAL IS LINK IN flow of digestive juices, but surely as easy the dealer is in Baltimore or II
COAST DEFENSE SYSTEM and safely builds up and strength,..'f.=; New York. Some have found this out by dear experi-

the is stoni&ch cared for walls as so nature that what inaended.It's *-Meat Live Turkeys 25c per lb. ence. Come in and talk it over.

Two Submarines and Gunboat Pass needless for you to suffer with I

Through the Waterway indigesion, heartburn, biliousness, Dressed Turkeys 30c per lb. \v. S. BRANCHS
I sour, gassy or upset stomach, for
Mi-o-na tablets surely give
Washington, Nov. 23.-Strategic and lasing relief and perfectly prompt harm- Place Your Order Early and Get a Choice Selection
I The Arcade Book and Music Store
importance of the new Cape Cod ca less.

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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


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


am financially interested.My I



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

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on 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. j


If parties prefer selling, have buyers who will purchase fruit as soon as loaded in cars 1


Will be pleased to talk the matter over.


Call upon or write toDR.




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Is lie? I I grace and beautiful lines. Harrison '
What has becomeOf HIGH SCHOOL EVENTS I had too many whiskers. William 'I

the old-fashioned guy McKinley was undoubtedly the best i
Who always wore Uneeda Biscuit : looking and the most distinguished
Many Interesting Items Tell of
' A ready-made tieTimesUnion? Happenings at the High Nourishment-fine fla- looking president since before Lin- GRAND
Philosopher. coln's time. The of
styles gentlemen's -
School During the vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness. .
lie's gone with the man with the dress has changed so radically
Week
All
paper collar; since the days of the early presidents

r sons wear ties that cost a Miss Harriet Thornton spent Monday for 5 cents, in the that it is difficult to make comparisons. TOJ3 A."TUE 7
dollar. moistureproofpackage.GRAHAM James Madison and Thomas
in visiting the high school. Miss
Jefferson both accounted
Thornton is the only member of her were unusu-
Don't forget the Sentinel want ads. class who has visited the school this ally fine looking men in their time

ear. During the day she attended and George Washington's regularand

THANKSGIVING DINNER noted the various the many classes changes and that no doubt have beauty.classic For features plainness are still of features modelsof BIRTH" Of THE i

Abraham Lincoln would
been made since she student undoubtedlyhave
ORLANDO HOTEL CAFE was a
here. BISJ taken the booby prize at a beau- "

Table De Hole Dinner Monday the high school boys played ty show but on the principle of STAR SPANGlED BANNER
r "handsome is that handsome does"
a football game with the Presbyte-
12:00 to 2:00 6:00 to 8:00 rian squad. The usual result follow J his honest, kindly face will always be ,

Oyster Cocktail d, being 7-0 in favor of the high greatly admired. A Two-Reel Edison Historical Drama featuring Mr.
Consomme Macadoine school team. Let the good work goon -()- I Augustus Phillips as Francis Scott Key. This is a particularly -

Cream of Asparagus, St. George boys. Orlando claims the proud distinc- I interesting picture, presenting the dramatic
Olives Celery Salted Peanuts Friday morning the high school CRACKERSA tion of being the only town in Florida events which led to the creation of our national song in
Radishes that: has real an accurate and patriotism-inspiring
orchestra gave a concert. The pro- produced a manner.
succeSSfUl\
Pauprette of Pompano, Darnaise gram for this occasion was more varied food for every day. aviator. Carl KuM's \

Sliced Cucumbers-pommes gestrom and complete than any that has Crisp, delicious and the profession has been quite unus-
Small Chicken Patties Supreme been given previously. At presentthe strengthening. Fresh ual and his friends and neighborsare
Roast Tenderloin of Beef, au Just baked and fresh delivered glad to him honor. "SLIPPERY
orchestra consists of: First vio- pay Sorry JIM AND THE
Brown Potatoes and Mashed Potatoes
Jacksonville and have noth-
ins, Stuart M. Gould and Justin zo cents.SNAPAROONS. Tampa
Filet Mignon, a la :Mona
ing of the kind boast
Schumann; first cornet, Charles Lim- to about but
Orlando Punch pus; second cornet Eugene Hoffner we will lend them our aviator if they "
;
Roast Young Turkey, with Oyster will be real nice and careful with
rums, Norman Langenbach; piano GREEN EYED MONSTER
Dressing :Miss Elmina Gould. It is needlessto him and send him home as soon as
Cranberry Sauce ,
say that the high school is proudof they are through with him.
French Peas Fried Tomatoes
Salad its orchestra. :Much praise and An Essany Comedy presenting Victor Potel the
a la Hovey in Jelly
Whipped Cream credit is due to Stuart M. Gould, the Biggest per cent of profit ever is well-known "Slippery Jim" of Snakeville. One of those
English Plum Pudding director, for his faithful and painstaking I derived from the use of the Sentinel'swant screamingly funny comedies that he is noted for. Don't

Hard and Brandy Sauce work in promoting the organ- ad. columns. miss this one."The.

Mince and Pumpkin Pie ization.
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Neapolitan Ice Cream Assorted Cake Friday morning another of our -
Cheese Crackers former graduates favored the high "
Coffee Noir school by visitnig us during morning %WATCU Storm at Sea, -

$1.00 exercises. Miss Bertha Dawson, one .
per cover
of the most charming and popular A Kalem Drama containing an all-star cast, por-
Please reserve your tables in advance members of class of 1914 is always A delightful new bis- traying the story of a sister's sacrifice and showing a

welcome in our midst. cuit, with a rich and terrific storm at sea.

The junior German club, one of the delicious cocoanut fla- THE ANNOUNCEMENTof

Jams and Jellies many new class organizations of the vor. Crisp and always I

time high ago school by was Miss organized Pearl Harris a short our fresh. zo cents. If you haven't heard

popular instructor in languages. Its -- --

object is to bring the students closer That Orchestra "

together to promote their interest in v
Received a car load ol{ the German literature and to pro- ,

"Jim Jams" Preserves, Jellies vide some social diversion for the Be sure and hear it.
members. At the first meeting the COLONIALHILL L
and Fruits.
organization was perfected, officers
TO-NIGDT.--YOU ARE SURELY MISSING SOMETHING
elected
being Stuart M. Gould, president -
and Hattie King, secretary-
treasurer.: Meetings: be held on
The Delicatessen the; first Friday of each month. Its Buy biscuit bated by 5c tOe.

useless to add that the members .
, Pies Cakes, Salads and anticipate deriving much benefit from NATIONAL BISCUIT I

this club. COMPANY I- ---4 .
Cooked Meats.
Friday afternoon witnessed the or- i
ganization of what promises to be Always look for that Name

the most select and entertaining society
in the high school. The mem-
Bran Biscuit bership is composed of the senior SIDELIGHTSBy THE OLD RELIABLE J

Latin class, follows Carl Hen
as :
W. S. Branch
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Home made or we supplyyou P derson, Nina Swearingen, Arthur DANN'S TRANSFERDr.

bran to make them. Newell, Corinne Barker Willis Rogers A Thought for Sabbath Morning The PrettiestSUBDIVISION I

Theresa Warner, Arthur Ivey If we work upon marble, it will 1 B. D. WIENENGA, Prop. :
Ruth McCullough. At the first meet
ing officers were elected: Miss Ruth perish; ,
McCullough, president; Miss Theresa If we work upon brass, time will Draying and ]
Livery HaulingWE
CARUTHERS & GORE Warner vice-president; Mr. Arthur efface it; I ,
If we rear temples, they will crum-
Newell secretary-treasurer; Miss
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Nina Swearingen historian. The Me into dust;
New Modern But, if we work immorta
Grocer work of the club will consist in threading upon GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE J
souls, if we imbue them with prin Ever Placed
of
classical literature; its
ciples, with the just fear of God and !
main object being to familiarize the
Phone 200 love of fellow men, we engrave on
poetry members of with antiquity.the best Miss drama Harris, and, these tablets something which wil 1 On The Markets AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK j
brighten all eternity.Webster.
6 and 8 East Pine St who acted as temporary chairman, -()-
appointed as program committee the for Eight Ten Solicited .
We hope those good people fro Country Driving or
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official staff of the club. Meetings :
Glens Falls N. Y., did not bring this .
Dr, F. F. :Thompson afternoon.will be held every alternate Tuesday cold wave with them, and also hope !j HORSES FOR SALE ,!

i they will be able to keep comfortable I I
Seventh and
DENTIST Eighth Grades '
until the first of the week and we 'Phone 257. Orlando Florida
Friday afternoon the eighth grade I l CARL DANN
Will open an office at from the will show them some real OrlandoIf lI lI I
new school visited the same I jl
113; S. Orange Ave., over CurtisO'Neal's S grade of the old building and enteredinto weather. J I .
Store.
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a friendly spelling contest, in i
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the Republicans should nominate I --------- -
which the eighth graders of the home
guard were left victorious.The Col. Goethals for president, which is j I Ia 1
not at all improbable; and if they
seventh grade literary societymet should elect him, which is less 1
prob-
Wood Wood Friday afternoon, and first o
Wood d the program were many interesting able; whatever other qualifications hen = Do not worry about your=

quotations from Tennyson. Next may have and he undoubtedly has .
Excellent Core Pine Wood Sup many, he would be the best looking
came a debaet, "Resolved, That cor
president the United States has had
plied in any quantity poral punishment should be abol-
ished. Alex Robinson affirmative: for years. Wilson would be fine

William Dewitt and looking except for his eyes, nose,
Charley Parker and
SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE negative. mouth and chin. Taft was built on Plumbing Sewering I

STRANDS OR MORE The decision rendered by the judgeswas too large a plan. Roosevelt had too
much
and teeth and
8 to 5 in favor of the affirmative temper tongue ;
Then followed an interesting reci Cleveland's neck was too large for

ELDREDGE BARIOW tation by Miss Wilkins. j 1

Telephone 375 The Class society paper,then Hettie adjourned Lou I\ey.to meetagain T. A. MANN We will do it for you and you pay when you 1

South Street, near A. C. L. December 4th, 1911. I
--- get ready
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Tracks I
POSTAGE MUST BE PAID ON Grocery, Pine SI.SPECIALS .
9-l-lm LETTERS TO S.XT.CL..\US _-

Postage must be paid on letters ad I -

Real Estate Bough go dressed to the to dean Santa< letter Claus office.or they The will or | ]

Call on F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUMBING and HffllCO.

and Sold.City received der,. regarding at the such postoffice.letters has been

Chariable institutions or individuals
Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash may receive those letters bear
and $1.00 per week buys a Lot ing no stamps if they pay the post I IIG Cor. Graves and Irvin Streets -I It

RENTS COLLECTED. age due. All letters bearing postage LOOK FOR SOMETHING II
may be distributed by the postmasterto t
N tary Work Promptly and Neatl y I
responsible citizens who may de
Done. I -- ORLANDO ===
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sire to them .
--- use exclusively for philanthropic : j 1
N.P.HATCHERORLANDO purposes. When more than 11
one person or institution wishes to

,FLORIDA receive the letters, the postmaster ito s IN THIS SPACETOMORROW -
d & 3 3I I
proportion the letters among the w-i mO.-II-IS ,
Office at Pinehurst Park I
applicants. In absence of voluntary
'- P. O. Box 281 requests for the letters, they are togo J ,
PHONE 403; 10-8-lm : tq' the dead letter office. :I


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THE DAILY TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY -

South Florida Sentinel )thtuirn: LOST-Heavy black beaver over oat.I

MORNING AND WEEKLYW. nrtrty Return to Guernsey's hardware store I i

M. GLENN .................. ....Editor and receive reward. ll-24-3t* I
W. C. ESSINGTON' ...._ Bnunru Manager_ -Edited By Miss Eliza Wright -
___ u_ LOST- Saturday night, between
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Flor- Office telephone No. \j9. Residence telephone No. 254 Oviedo and Orlando, large bunchof I
Ida. Second ClaM Mail Matter.
as keys. Return to II. C. McDaniel. f

Daily. I Year SUBSCRIPTION.............RATES........... $500 WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARNov. be open on Thanksgiving day as it is Reward. ll-24-3t
Datty. 6 Month .......... ......... 2.60
Daily 3 Months ...........n............ 1.25 I the custom to be closed on that FOR SALE-The attractive 8 room I A CLIMAX
Daily 1 Month ....................... 60 21th-28th. Thursday every 3'ear.Thanksgiving. dwelling, 202 Hillcrest avenue;
\\eehYear ...71............ $1.00 : I modern and complete in every re
Wetkly. 6 Months .................... .TS Tuesday i I Dance I spect. If interested call! up phone
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN 3 P. Younger Matrons Club; Mrs. :Mrs: Brigham, assisted by :Mr. William 565.:: 11-24-tf I ,
ADVANCETO Clarence Brown, hostess. Beardall' and Mr. Edwin Bee- I
Sorosis Club, open Tuesday; Miss man, is to give a benefit dance for I FOR SALE-Ten acres fine orange I
ADVERTISERS: Miss Hart, U. I land about 3 acres cleared o-4 of
SalTord, suffrage; the Belgians at the Elks Hall Thurs- ; ; Of Price auctions
mile south of Gill's store and 1-2
Copy for display and all other bandsetadvertiaing D. C. a
mutt be handto in at the busines 7:30 P. Mendelssohn Club rehearsal day evening at 9 o'clock. There will I mile east of Lake Conway, on terminal -
.stfiee of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. Presbyterian lecture room. be good music and refreshments. of proposed brick road. Ad-
the day before publication. Thu rule applies dress Anna II. Piatt, R. R. No. 1, Box
school.11'ednesday
to changes for contract advertising: it is Classical Club, high Miss Frances Washington and Mr. I
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. I Stout Lillard will give an exhibition 43, Orlando. I is surely met when one considers -
desiring The Sentinel discon- 3 P.M.-Dean and Mrs. Remsen, "at
tinued su embers should notify the office in writing on home." of the latest dancing steps during the WANTED position as dishwasherin and considers well what our
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be Unity Circle, "The Old' and New intermission. There will be a chargeof some first class hotel or restau I
continued at the regular received.subscription rates Way of Keeping Thanksgiving;" I one dollar per couple, and all rant. Experienced. Reference, "Key- "Thanksgiving Sale"of lvfil-
until notice to atop u
Telephone Numb r ..>.................... 24 leaders, Mrs. Townsend and Mrs. dancers invited. stone Hotel." Jud Harris, 723 West :
Sherman. are cordially Central avenue. Phone 317. 24-lt I linery "Ready-To-Wear" !
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1914. Twentieth Century Club; Miss An- Charming Philathea Session
toinette Slemons, hostess. The Philathea class of the Methodist -t GARDNER, landscape, floral and "Linens"means.. It means a A
vegetable, wants a position on private -
SAFE AND SANE Thursday church met in business session
place. Have had ten years ex- "quit-claim deed" to all
The publishers of The Sentinel have 11A.M.-Union Thanksgiving church. ser- last evening at the church parlors, perience. Address D., care Sentinel. profits.
vice at the Methodist
come into a new field assuming Thanksgiving services at the Epis- thirty members being present. With 11-24-lt It means to us a stock clearanceof
charge of a newspaper that has been copal church. their teacher, Mrs. F. A. Curtis, plans I
iFOR EXCHANGE-Improved farm everything that is and
long established, and has prestige in Friday were discussed for a holiday party, property near Ocala, Marion county new
the state and above all else is a leader 3 P.M.-St. Cecelia's Guild, Episco- the Baracas of the church being the Fla., for stock of dry goods in i up-to-date at prices so redicu-
in the community. Through it pub- pal Chapter House. guests of honor. A most delightful Orlando. Will give good trade. Ad-
lic opinion has been moulded, reforms street"Commission; Presbyterian Bazaar,young West ladies.Pine !program was given after the business ,I dress 11-24-lt C. E. Hightovver, Ocala, Fla. lously low that it is bound to

have been made and civic improve- 8 P.M.The Rose Ball, Sanford I was finished. Miss Johnnie Smith 'i interest even the most skeptical
ments have been advocated and advanced House, Sanford. gave several enjoyable piano num- 'WELL FURNISHED APARTMENTof
The publishers' believe in a Saturday bers. Miss Mary McCullough read a 4 rooms to rent till April 1st;
Second day of "Commission Bazaar." kitchenette, bath, fireplace, large pi- This last week
safe and New conditions selection.
sane policy. 3 P.M.-Nullos Club; Mrs. LeRoy B. charming Miss Hilubrn .1 azzas. In Concord Park, 615 Lex-
must be studied, analyzed and digested. Giles hostess. pleased the girls with her lovely sing- ington street. ll-24-6t practically 3 days only before Thanks
One slip in the treatment of local Will Return TodayMr. ing. The young ladies brought their
conditions will be injurious and and Mrs. Ben Lawton, after embroidery and spent the evening I FOR RENT-Large convenient rooms giving we intend to be irresistably attractive -

the publishers are going slow. When spending the week-end with their very informally. Miss Estes, Miss ant for sunshine light housekeeping.front bed room Also on pleas-first -prices will do their share-

the time to say something is immi- parents on Lake Eola, will return to- Edith Rambo, Miss Jess Johnson, and floor. Private family and modern I the need of the garments will do the rest.
nent and imperative we will have day to their home in New Smyrna, Miss Nora Amick served hot choco- II conveniences. 315 West Central.

plenty of opinions to offer and suggestions where they are interested in a large late and sandwiches. These class par- 11-24-tfc. Every Garment is New

1" to make. Until that time orange grove. The many friends of- ties will be given once a month and FOR RENT-Five room cottage part-

., the conservative quality of Orlando's this popular couple were glad to see any visitors or girls who have lately ly furnished. Near Lake Cherokee. Every Style the Latest
greatest newspaper will be in evi- them at home again, as they are moved to Orlando to live are cordially Price reasonable. Apply 402 Osceola.

F dence. greatly missed from Orlando. invited to join the Snday school class 11-24-61 We ask comparison of PricesREADYTOWEAR

t To make an impression the publishers Presbyterian Bazaar and be one of this merry bunch."AD" I FOR RENT-Furnished rooms in up- :

are not attempting to makea The Presbyterian ladies stairs apartment, with private fam I I
plunge; the paper is not attempting young I ily. The rooms are nicely fur I..
wish to announce that all prepara- nished, close in, and board can be ob-
r to add new features no wild ad- FINDS "DORG" I
; tions are made for the "commission I tained next door. Apply 101 East i iI
vertising scheme has been contemplated bazaar" to be held next Friday and I Robinson avenue. 11-24-61 Seven Prices Coat-Suits Yours To

f by engaging outside solicitors Saturday in the Granniss building, Only Choose from
i to the business and Joe Dawson Writes FOR RENT
approach men Sentinel
the Grand theatre. Mrs. L.
opposite Two furnished
bungalows two miles
t draw special advertising. When the U. Zimmerman, of Kissimmee, will About Power That "Ads." south of the city on Lake Jennie We guarantee every Garment Shown \0 be
f time comes for a special number The Jewel. Everything complete. A party this season's purchase.
bring a beautiful assortment of hand Exert in Finding
Sentinel will be in the field after the from New York will be here in a $15.00 Suits 510.98
I business and it will be solicited by painted china, on which she took "Dorgs"Mr. few days to occupy one of the four I
prizes at the fair last year, to be soldon we have, with a touring car that will $17.00 to $20.00 Suits 513.50
,
members of The Sentinel staff.
commission. Joe Dawson writes make easy access to the city. Theseare
:
$22.00 to $25.00 Suits 516.75
The Sentinel will pursue the policy particular HOMES for particular

f of getting the local news, studyingstate Rosalind Club "Dear Sentinel-A few days agoI people. SeeCIIADWICK j $27.50 to $32.50 Suits ___________. 519.75
The Rosalind Club will not
rooms
and county affairs, and then, lost my "dorg," and advertised himas
for further 524.50
-- -- particulars. 19 West $35.00 to $40.00 Suits _
-
when the time for a plunge is ripe, a lost in the Sentinel. Today the Church street. Phone 398. Open
r special' edition will be placed in the 111111111111111111111111..1 "dorg" came back-with a string evenings. l-24-6tc $45.00 to $50.00 Suits 529.75

1 hands of our readers meriting the around his neck and a man on the $55.00 $65.00 Suits ______________ 53'8.50
t: confidence of the.entire community. i T.F.HOURIHAN J 'end of it. The man said that theUdorg" The Sentinel was presented yester-
I day with a large and beautiful 1915
0 brought him in from way out
Licensed Plumber and calendar, the first it has received this |
the ruberbs of Orlando.
SAFEGUARD THE PUBLIC- on The man TRIMMED HATS
It from the Beck Lum- ,
F Sanitary Engineer season. was
Another accident occurred yesterday reads the Sentinel. 5
t on Orlando railroad track cross- Estimates Furnished. Jobbing Such is the power of Sentinel want ber company. The title of the pictureis Four Prices Only. All New Godds$3.98$5.98$7.98$9t98
Attended to. Scotland by the Sea, from the orig-
; ings. The car in which a well known Promptly ads. And Mr. Dawson is not the
inal painting by Daniel Sherrin. The
contractor was riding was struck bya PHONE 629 only one who will testify in behalfof
artist has chosen a beautiful and
switching locomotive on the Sea- 106 Court Street the magnetism of the little "ads."
stirring scene, among the rugged
board Air Line. "Close calls" are
reported often. Before some one is ORLANDO, FLORIDA ; ; TWENTY LOADS of pine and oak mountains chiseled by the icy toolsof I Every tenth purchaser of a Hat, trimmed

killed the city should begin to take 4-jI-lm wood to be given away. Must be Time, and now wrapped in ever- or untrimmed, to the amount of $;;.00 or
active steps in safeguarding the pubic taken at once. See \V. N. Lewis, 406S. shifting, never-lifting veils of mist. over, will receive a $.>.00 GOLD PIEji.'E.
East street. 24-ltc To see it is to admire it. t '
if the railroads refuse to do any- I Ii ABSOLUTELY FREE.

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about EDITORIAL brotherly LO'ETalk love and pulling ,f"Jj"i S. [ P[ "j I! COATSI

together. There are two excel- FILMS DEVELOPED Six Prices Only. Every Garment a new one

lent newspapers in St. Petersburg, COLLEGE COATS STREET COATS
both naturally working for the com- AFTERNOON COATS EVENING COATS

mon cause of the city and county, although -
they take an occasional dig 10 Cents Per Film Ii IiOH j Regular' $8.00 to $9.00 for __._______. S 6.98

:' at each other. Recently, however, PHARMACY Regular $10.00 to $12.50 for _______ S 8.98

one of the editors got into trouble 11111..11. 11.11 II..11111111111111111 II 11111..1..11111 1" 11111111' II 1.1..f Regular $15.00 to $17.50 for _______ S 11.98
with of the commissioners
E some county -
Regular $22.00 to $25.00 for _____ 516,75
who had a libel warrant issued ; 11111.11110111111111111111.11.11..1111111..11..111180111.. 11111111111"!

against him, and immediately the Regular $27.50 to $30.00 for ______ 519.75
I
editor of the other paper heads a sub- Regular $32.50 to $.10.00 for _____ $24.98ORLANDO'S
scription fund to aid his felolw suf-
ferer in fighting the case. That is a Gifts That EndureThe

spirti of co-operation that is deserv- Every tenth purchaser of a Coat, Cct I

ing emulation, whatever may be the Suit or Dress to the amount of $10.00 cr

merits of the case.Exchange.The over will receive a $10.00 GOLD PIECE
o ABSOLUTELY FREE.

in the spirit air. of Hardly optimism a paper and boost in the is very air is now becoming charged with the : :

state but has some good thing to tell' spirit of giving for Christmas will soon be here:
of its town and county. Not hot air, ,
but solid facts. Facts that can be LINENS

proven. Florida has a splendid cli- The choice and preferred: gift is the one which endures,
mate, a kind, fertile soil, good health- !
because it the continuity of love and friendship
of' suggests of
ful people, and the best bunch every description plain

newspaper men in any state. Read

any paper you please and you will Such a gift is a watch or piece of jewelry.You and fancy, reduced from 15
not find a grouch--only words of t
cheer and commendation. The Dem- per cent to 33 per cent be-

ocrat is proud to be one of them and will find at our store everything that would] distin- low

grateful to the kind Providence that guish a first-class jewelry store-gifts of rare value for the lavish regular. o e I

Oak makes Democrat.It the association. possible.-Live spender, and an almost unlimited choice of less expensive, but -,

o charming gifts to suit the limited income.

is not too early to do all your

Christmas shopping. The best way We selections will [please
is to read the advertisements in The are sure our you.

Sentinel, make out your list and have
them all ready before the 25th of De-

cember. If you wait until the last 1 I DICKSONIVES CO.

minute, you will not only find that

the assortments are dwindled, the;
stores crowded, and the work hard, T. H. EVANSJEWELER

but you will find that the express

company and postoffice have more .DEPARTMENT STORE.

than they can handle. I II .. ..
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We are now convinced that thereis FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEt
a business revival. Ten newspapermen Orlando Orange Avenue Florida

in various parts of the countrywere j jIIII' ..
married last week. We look

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Ii L 1\ TODAY i I Open Admission 2 p. m. and 5 centstilMtlMtllMIHeilltii 6:30 p. .EI



Jewelry for ChristmasWe

Klaw and Erlanger Presents TODAY'S 4-Keels PROGRAM--I
Imp. "On the Chess Board of have on display now a big assortment of Jewelry for
Fate," with Leah Baird, Wm. Welch, the Holidays.
THE BILLIONAIRE
Hobart Henley and David Lythgoe.
Produced by Frank Crane. 1

A Rejuvenating Comedy-Drama in Three Parts. You Are Joker.hit, with"Their Ernest Vacation.Shields." A laughing -

Denying Yourself a Treat if You Neglect to See This. Wine.Bio"raph.A comedy"Look that Not can't Upon be beat.the

Extra. Song by Charlesy Arnold,

accompanied by Jaul Dennison. It is not too early to select your presents now nothing; has
THE END OF THE GALLERY n
THAT GOOD been picked; over.

Broncho ((2 Reel.)


WINSOME WINNIE," Beauty. GULf GASOLlNf u 311 U


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AND
Coupons given with every admission, good for the Lucerne Theatre Great

Automobile Contest. .. SUPREME E AUTO OIL! EI



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PERSONAL All of the packing houses are now [ Mr. J. H. Drake, one of Orlando's city and county. Drums for shippingand
LOCAL AND
doing a little business but the real 'regular winter residents, has arrived storage tanks kept on hand.
season will not be on until about De- I[I from Gloversville, N. Y., and has We will gladly lay away your selections until you want them.
Mr. B. M. Turner, of Jacksonville, I
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cember first. I pleasant apartments with Mr. and We INVITE you to look at our goods before buying:
spent yesterday in Orlando on a busi- Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit
,Mrs. W. M. Davis, where he has made
I
mission.Mr. all Give make of car when you
ness Mr. M. H. Rolfe, of Palm Beach, is i i his home for several seasons. cars. D
located at "Florala," 307 East Pine I order.
J. C. Griffin, a representativecitizen I
street. His wife will come soon. She Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Davis and father --- .A.llSrl.: az CO.
of Kissimmee, transacted bus- '! .
was raised in Orlando, and before her Mr. Chas.V.. Davis, have arrived ,
iness in Orlando yesterday. marriage was a Miss Miller. .'from Manchester, N. II., to swell the GULF REFINING COil n JEWELERS

i winter residents in Concord Park, ,
Cashier C. P. Dow of the Peoples
Mr. Carl Kuhl, the Orlando aviator !their local home being 416 Lexingtonavenue. i -. ;:; RELIABLE REPAIRING.tEVERYTING "
National bank is spending today in I G. WALTON, Agent GUARANTEED.
who will make exhibition flights at : .
Jacksonville business.Mr.
on the Marion county fair which opens I Office Phone1)0.;) .
z-
in Ocala today, left At
yesterday over I Residence Phone 269.
and Mrs. II. V. Grady, of Chat-
the Seaboard Air Line for that city. RUSH NFIREETIMGUISER
tanooga, Tenn., spent yesterday in
Orlando, guests at the San Juan 'I They; run almost anything and everything -
Have made arrangementsfor
you your
hotel. on wheels these days.
your Thanksgiving dinner? If Automobile Dealer's Alert Eye CONSIDER
not, you should read the excellent Sees Smoke
He Extin-
Mr. Ernest Green, a well known I -
menu of the Orland hotel printed in .
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citizen of Kissimmee, greeted friends The Sentinel.Mr. guishes and Nobodythe
and transacted business in the city Wiseri Desirable residential lot fronting 117 feet on Robin-

yesterday. and Mrs. J. W. Lester, of Tam McCUlLOCtl'S i son avenue and 150 feet on West Street. Southern ex-
i i G. Rush is not only good at selling Y
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pa, motored to Orlando yesterday posure and overlooks Eola Park and lake. Do not forget
Quite a large party from Orlandoare ]I i Ford automobiles but he has an
afternoon and will spend several that Robinson avenue will shortly be paved with brick
going over to Ocala this morningto I alert eye for fires and is an expert !
take in the sights at the Marion days in this section. They are regis I fire extinguisher. When Mr. Rush is and that this lot is located in choice residential section. I
tered at the San JuanA I Store
county fair. around there is little need to call the I Department i have the exclusive handling of this lot.

room idle for one day loses as I! local fire department, much to Fire Nothing but bargains and safe investments will occupy -
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jackman, of Chief Dean's .
much as the cost of a little classified regret. Sunday morn- I this space, so get in the habit of watching it from .
Struthers, Ohio, are with Mrs. T. II. ing few the roof
: a shingles on of the '
ad. for month. A ad"inThe
"for
rent"
Fuller for a few weeks at 307 East a Sunday school room adjoining the I I 5 '" I'I'l' time to time. It will pay you.
Sentinel will find you a tenant hii1a and
Pine street. and keep your room from being idle. new Presbyterian church edifice be- I t
came ignited from a fitful spark. Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Winton, of Rush noticed the smoke, dashed into Glassware J i
Mr. J. L. Overstreet, of Kissimmee,
Viola, Tenn., are pleasantly locatedat the affable and accommodating clerk his Ford office, secured a dusty fire f S.Y.WAYInsurance
"Florala," Mrs. T. II. Fuller's, at I I the circuit court in Osceola county, extinguisher, climbed to the roof of i
307 East Pine street. lof The Sentinel's the lecture room, and with a few Cooking
was among welcome
callers yesterday.Mrs. "fizzes" the fire was extinguished and and Real Estate Agent
Mrs. Mae Turner has returned to nobody was the wiser.OSTEOPATHY. UtensilsWatch
Orlando from Asheville, N. C., where
Ellen E. Spencer, of Corning, PHONE 172
she spent the summer, and has taken window for MonI I
N. Y., arrived in Orlando last even- '
at 315 North Orange avenue.
rooms
ing and will spend the winter with day'specials.

her son, Mr. C. T. Spencer, of 412
Dr. George Porter and sister, Miss
East Pine street. DR. J. C .HOWELL 128 S. Orange Avenue
Elizabeth, who have been spendingthe Advertise in The Sentinel
Hours, 10.12, 3.5, and by appointmentNo
summer in Manchester, N. II., arrived -
State's Attorney Joseph II. Jones extra charge tor house treatment
in Orlando Saturday evening.
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arrived yesterday afternoon to spend present convening of ,
the winter with her friend, Miss Lu circuit court for Osceola county this : .,
morning.Mr. .
Halstead.Mr. VENEER CORES ::

C. Fleming, the postoffice inspector EdvinV.. Davis, of Orlando, .
who has been here for the is in the city, having just returned $1.25 .. .

last few days, left )'esterday.He from Crystal River, where he has Per Strand I '
has been stopping at the Empire. been for the past week supervisingthe > Up ::
repairs on his yacht. Mr. Davis FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
Miss Dena Brewer, an attractive expects to entertain a number of his OAK WOOD ::

young lady, arrived in Orlando last friends aboard this splendid vessel Orlando Wood YardB. :: We have employed an expert

night over the Atlantic Coast Line during the holidays and they are "
from Savannah, Ga., on a visit to her looking forward with pleasant antici- W. Kinjrsley, Proprietor who is
cousin, Miss Thelma Hammond, pations to that time as his holiday PINE STREET Telephone AND 344 R. R. : radiator.and body man :.


daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. parties are events of no small con- 9-30 '

Hammond. sequence.-Ocala Star. ;; ready to stop that leak in your radiator -

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FOR for RENT-Several rent at Formosa furnished two rooms blocks Number, Laths and Shingles

SENTINEL from Florida Sanitarium, on pike,
across from S. D. A. church. Most
reasonable. Address, Mrs. H. T.
Moon, Formosa, Fla. ll-22-3t

I WANTSThe FOR RENT-Furnished room; good
location, on Lake Eola; rent rea-
sonable. Apply at 214 East Robinson -
I avenue. ll-19-6t l
Morning Sentinel Want '..
Directory is the Greatest Want FOR RENT-Three connecting roomson ORLA DO
Ad Medium in Orlando. ground floor, furnished for light
housekeeping; electric lights; use of
Terms Cash in Advance. bath. No. 304 East South St. Phone
373. ll-19-6t
RATES

For One Day ______________23t;) FOR RENT-Up to date furnished Royal Cement Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________50c house all conveniences 211 Jack- Agatite
For Six Days _______________75c I ; ; .
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son street. Also two light housekeeping ---- -- ---- -- -
For One Month ____________ I -- - -- --- -
$2.30;)
$1100 l ] BARGAIN I rooms. ll-18-6tc
This ,111111".1..1.1.1.,1.1..1.' ... . .
25 words rate, applies less. If on the all ads of I . . . . .. . . ce. '.
or ad
con- FOR RENT-Suite of rooms now occupied -
tains more than 25 words the rate by Dr. Christ. Long term
will be one cent per word for I tenants only desired. Jno. M. Cheney. II
5 acres in tract-all cleared and sertion.If each additional. word, for each in- 11-13-tfc :a'"USr: ESS

fenced. About 100 full bearing you can't bring your ad to i FOR RENT-For season, only, fur-
orange trees which will produceover the office telephone No. 24. Ac- nished bungalow, near Lake Lu-
counts opened by telephone will be "
No
cerne. children. "Bungalow,
300 boxes this
season.
payable the following day. Box 345, city. 11-17-61 I

Important friendships result from the right introduction and ; ; ;
Every Home-Every Business-
House Barn and FOR RE Apartment of four nice-
Every Man has use for a ly furnished rooms; gas, separate the most through the
Sentinel Want Ad. bath, new house; adults only. C04 important ones come right banking con- :; ;

Good WellWe Magnolia avenue. 11-10-tf- nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We ; ;; ;
FOR SALE

advise those looking for a FOR SALE OR TRADE-I have one FOR Inquire RENT-No.8'D4I'ge West;"attractiv Washington room.St. invite you to open an account with us where a personal interest ; ;

low priced piece of country prop- 7-room house, nicely located, mod- 11-8-tfc is taken in depositor.ORLANDO .
every
erty to call at our office and talk ern in every respect. Will consider
FOR RENT-Beautiful
with
dwelling
auto in part payment. Address,
over the matter with us. This C. E. P., Conway, Fla., Box 43, R. R. garage; elegantly furnished; on
Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox.
offering will not last long. No. 1. 11-21-81 8-27-tf
BANK & TRUST CO..

FOR SALE draft mules
-Eight good ,
FOR RENT-Seven house
for sale cheapR.. D. Waring, electric lights room, bath,;etc.water -
gas ;
Rooms[ 4 and 6, Watkins Block. barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by ''' '' '' ' ' '' '' '' ,1111..111.' ,
ORLANDO BUILDING & LAND CO 11-20-Ctc. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII i i i i i i i !! !!! !! !!{g:?
200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange ;>! .. . . . . . . . .1..11. .;

avenue. 10-31-tf .
II North Orange Avenue FOR LE-Nice, comfortable home -. II II II II I II .-. I II II II II' U U II II U.U- 1I1I.cU.U- :: Ill.l1:: -. II II .-. II II II II I II I II -I .
for small family; grapefruit guava FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con- . . . . . .. . . . . . . .. .. ..
PHONE 608 &nd orange trees; six squares of post- veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A.
office. Apply to W. D. West, 510 Knox. 11-3-tf
- OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL Marion avenue, or Hotel Astor.

11-18-lmo I, FOR RENT FURNISHED-Three
large, airy rooms, and sleeping CLOTHINGOur
FRED B. DALEC. FOR SALE-Good work horse, at a porch; near Lake Lucerne. Mrs. J. E.
H. BRYANT bargain; perfectly sound; young; Foster, 411 South Boone street.
DAVIS A GILES. CounselF. rood: condition. Address R. D. War- 11-11-tfc
A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor ing Room 4-6, Watkins Bldg.
11-20-tfc WANTED new stock ofWinter

ROSES IN ENDLESS VARIETYJust WANTED-At once white woman
with first class references, to cook
received and ready for
inspectio-1, three thousand roses.your wash and iron for small family in

/ r Business- DirectoryFor I W.ll-17-6tc R. Spier, 406 Hughey street. city.11-22-tf.Address P. O. Box 299. i II Pall, and ClothingMade |


WANTED One
or more cars to
BUSY MEN. FOR SALE-A lot of saw mill ma-
drive and care for; will keep them
chinery; boilers, engines, etc. Will
trade: for real estate, sell out of garages; first-class mechanic;
or
A on easy any car. Address, C. II. W., care SCHLOSS BROS. is in
terms.: R. D. Waring, Rooms 4 and 6, Sentinel. 11-22-31 by coming
It. ,
Watkins Block.
: F. HOURIHAN. Licensed Plumber. 11-20-6tc

/ Conscientious work at fair prices. :MULES WANTED-One pair of good
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf FOR SALE-Five room house, one large mules wanted for the winter:: and we are anxious for you to see our
mile from court house, $650. One months. Give weight and terms.
LAUNDRY Liberty Brush automobile, $75. Inquire Box 604, Orlando postoffice.1118tfc .
j Your general laundry work, French Shoe Hospital, 8 East Church New Styles and high class tailoring. Best
street. ,
11-17-1mo.
r.: 4ry cleaning, and pressing will be ap-
preciated. Satisfaction and service ROOMS FOR RENT .
guaranteed. Open September 28th. FOR SALE-40 H. P., five passenger place in the city to buy clothing.
Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry, Buick touring car, in first class NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
f.r whites only. 9-25-tf condition; looks like new. Will trade to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
For city property or good interest 10-25-tf
Up to date painting papering etc., bearing paper. R. D. Waring, Rooms
is the kind you want. Where to get 4 and 6, Watkins Block. 11-20-6tc MISCELLANEOUSTO W. M. SLEMONSMMMMIIIIIIiilf

it! That's easy phone 636.V.. T.
Kntrican. 1-20-tf FOR SALE-One seven passenger, EXCHANGE-An extra heavy
six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, I
wagon. T. J. Wilson, Route No.1.
first class condition. Don't answer 11-22-lt

Eat what you want. unless interested. Address Bargain, ., IIIIIIIMIIMMMMMMIMMIIMtM MIMI I i M 111'.
Sat all you want. and care-of----Sentinel. --11-14-tf I MAKE A SPECIALTY of planting .. . . . . " "II
Take it. --
a postscript forget
orange and grapefruit trees; all
For sale by all druggists. FOR SALE-One horse.13 Veach trees guaranteed to live. References -_:
l-7-d&w-lyr street. ., 11-4-tf furnished. Charges, $6.00 per acre. . .. .. .' . . . . " . .
Address ,' I' "
Box 222, Ocoee Fla.
T. F. HOURIHAN Licensed Plumber. FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston 11-10-lmo
Conscientious work at fair prices. Wakefield, $1.00 per thousand. ;;:
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. TO LET-A job of sewer connection. I 41IItt

BUYERS AND SELLERSI 10-28-tf 308 West streec. 11-20-31 1"I JWjceurn

FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. THE WILLOLA HOTEL, 406 South
buy sell rent, and exchange real Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas- Orange avenue, is now open. Beau-
estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla., tle. 9-18-tf tiful location near Lake Lucerne. Foster Bros' famous
Home We have received car of
over 30 years. Have handled over cooking. Spacious veranda. a
$20,000,000. Call and see me. FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine Mrs. W. T. Walker. 11-19-1moc
i
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.A. hammock land; eight in grove; the
present crop of oranges will be from BLASTING, Subsoiling and Dynamiting -
750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, of all kinds done on short no- Iron Beds
W. DOWDELL
plasterer,
mason for 10 in lake Porslanlyke
ready setting- acres tice. A full stock of dynamite in
and cement worker. 516 W. ChurchSt.
Phcne 420. 10-25-1m one and quarter miles from Apopka. magazine at all times. See L. N. I i
Price. $5,000. Address W. H., Box Lewis, 406 S. East street, Orlando.
178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf
11-13-lmo
NOTICEGet I For Sale I I.i. There is nothing that will compare with the finishthat

.f bloom your through roses now the winter.and have Roses lots I 30 Acres, citrus and vegetable land, Eouton SHOE Brothers HOSPITAL, corner Church I i are on Foster Beds, and OUR PRICES for these

now ready for shipment. 20 fenced, 10 cleared, crop on it now, and Orange avenue. Shoes repaired
W. II. BROKAW, Salesman. ready for planting:: trees this winter while you wait. Best rubber heels, beds are far less than others charge for the same
11-3-tf and crop next spring; near school and 40 'cents. Best English tan leather.
church; half mile of railroad station; Phone 487. 11-15-lmo* f style bed that has nothing near the finish. We would!
\OTICE-ROSES good:: neighborhood; four miles from
court house. Special price if taken in :* and this line nothing like it In
call
Owing to the coo' weather, our next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando. like you to see ;
roses are now ready for transplanting. -
I All orders booked for first ship- 10-25-tf the

ment should. be here by the 10th of FOR SALE-At Winter Park, desir- IPin Str t. I
November.W. able building lot, 50x150; 18 bear- city.We
II. BROKAW Salesman. ing trees; two minutes from the bank with all cash sales.
11-3-tf and postoffice. Price 450. Summer- give coupons ; ; ;
tin House Orlando. ll-22-6t
t JEWELERJ
Don't wait for every one In town tot )
have Entrican, the painter, before FOR SALE
f you try. Am too busy to look you Nursery stocK, one, two, three and EXPERT WATCH MAKER -
r up. Phone 636, and I will be on the four year old buds; Foster Early,
job. 120UWho Pineapple Java, Homosassa Washington -
Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahle. I make a specialty of Fine Snowden i
r Apopka. Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf Watch, Clock and Jewelery Re- Kineaid &

1 is your painter and decorator? and pairing Spectacle; Diamond Repairing.Setting,Ring i
If satisfied keep the one FOR RENT
r- yon are you
I have; if not, phone W. T. EntricanNo. Bring me repairs others have
r 6S6. 1-20-tf FOR RENT-All modern, furnished failed to do, and I will repair Low Priced Furniture House.
house Lake Eola
; ; seven rooms them
satisfactorily or no charge. I I
and bath; best location. Apply 217
r Eat all you want. My prices are"reasonable.
East Robinson avenue. 11-22
r Eat what you want. Cor/Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida
Take a postscript and forget it.
FOR RENT-Large, pleasant fur-
For sale by all druggists."1-7-diw.lyr nished rooms, close in, with private CHAS. VATER ...I..I. !! !lltt! !!!!!! 11 i III Ml 11 6 9 >! I f I 1111: :: "
: family. 302 N. Orange avenue. ..i fa J I . ( .iii. I, -

T. F. HOURIHAN Licensed Plumber. ll-22-6t
Conscientious work at fair prices. JEWELEREast !;f '
FOR RENT Furnished for II'v
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf light GORDON'SCARRIAGEAND II'
t
Pine Street at
t housekeeping, suite of large, pleasant Young'sRepair II'I ANNOUNCEMENT '
rooms; all modern conveniences; Shop I
r Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's also two nice sleeping rooms; private ll-4-d&w-lm -$ '
t Coal Yard phone 566. 9-31-tf family; close. in. 312 North Main St. I II I MR. FRITZ HAUER has opened a


f 11226tc.FOR RENT-Furnished room in up- BEST SELECT OYSTERS, SOc: Quart BAGGAGE TRANSFER I II OR. L. H. RAMSDELuOPTOMETRIST 1 Violin StudioROOM

NEIL McDUFJjEE stairs apartment, in private family. I

Apply ll-22-6t 101 East Robinson avenue. TheVValdeckcrFishCo L.T. HARRELL, Prop. (Successor to Dr. C. F. LiJ.i 8 ROCK BLDG.

; Contractor and Builder FOR FISH AND OYSTERS and Furniture ORLANDO. FLORIDAWE
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for Piano FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES
1 Bungalows a Specialty light housekeeping; also two large Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP. I Moving a Specialty For particulars call at the addre s. ,
AND DO ALL KINDS OF
sleeping rooms; all conveniences
Arcade Building.' Orlando close in. 305 oNrth Main street. ; M. and W. O. COX Hours, 9:00 to 12:00 a.m.r .
ii-22-3tc 10-23-tf 8 E. Church St.PHON. }; 487 I OPTICAL REPAIRING I I !
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GREATEST CHRISTMAS MAIL IN the largest bulk of Christmas mail IIMMMMMMMMMMMMtMMIMMttttMMMMMtMMMMMMMIMMIIMM

11. Se TO 8thO AFRO CRAFT HISTORY IS PREDICTED I handled in the history" The of the post- .

Washington, Nov. 23.-Postmaster office department. postmasterswere
directly to appeal to the publicto
General Burleson cleared the way for
One Dirigible Is Now in Processof Pack- {'-
mail holiday parcels early.
Claus all
Santa today by ordering "
Construction at Akron, "Not
bear the inscription
offices in the service to prepare immediately ages may aizttY- F
ff Ohio; Follow Others May for quick distribution "for to be opened until Christmas." Ltavosonw


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Akron O. Nov. 21.-A dirigible

airship equipped with machine guns Now
Order Your T
Turkeys
wireless apparatus and armored *f{

cages is being constructed here for
the United States government it was

leatned today. If the balloon proves Live Turkeys 25c
satisfactory the government promisesto
\
place an order for six larger ones "
with entire war equipment.The Dressed 30c
balloon under construction will ,
be 160 feet long and forty feet in di- -

ameter with a raising capacity of .....-- -'-
nearly 12,000 pounds. It will carry H. M. SELF & co. 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON-II Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic
cars beneath it for the crew guns
and 66 Refinements .
Mechanical Oil Pump. Step-Starter $275.00.W.
tank and air to supplythe
oxygen pumps PHONES 80 AND 610

gines crew of 100 at horsepower any altitude.each Two will en-be WHITNEY WRIGHT, 129oSl! :.nue

used to propel the airship. Another I
illlilltH '.. ; leu
twenty horsepower engine will be installed -
start the larger The
to ones.
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carrier will be seventy-five feet long REAL ESTATE I MH ilMIIIIII8IIMettllHIMIIHIIIMMMMMtMMMMtI I . I I III 1111 it t
and ten feet wide. The cost of the

airship Ralph will II. Upson be $150,000.pilot of the Good- : I TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD J

year balloon, which won world's hon- : -
ors last year from Paris and R. A. : 1

D. Preston his aide, are supervising We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate. COOK WITH GAS
work on the big dirigible. They expect :
to complete the bag within six : If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call

months. It will be shipped to the : I
seaboard for trial flights. i and talk your wishes over with us. I

of the contemplatedfleet :
The
largest
The manager of this firm has had years of experience -
will be 350 feet in length and 1. Convenience 6. Speed
will comfortably caryr a crew of j dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a
twenty men.RECORD .
million dollars woith'of Florida Real Estate in the last 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency
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CROP OF COTTON I j two years. 3. Cleanliness 8. Safety Ax

the value of all classes and Perfect,.
We are well posted on 9. Regulation
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4.
FOR SOUTH Simplicity
; kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all t of Heat

POSSIBILITY OF NEW MARK ; bargains in Real Estate and we want customers for Real 5. Accessibility 10. Economy

SEEN IN CENSUS BUREAU i
FIGURES ; Estate Bargains.
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May Reach Total of 16,000,000
Bales-Growth in FloridaIs 7. EFFICIENCY

Above theAverage WARING REAL ESTATE

erCOMPANY |$ Efficient because the fire need not be lighted until all the food is"Jt

Nov. 21.
Washington, -Possibility
of this year's cotton crop equallingor R. D. WARING, || ready to be cooked. Because the moment the cooking is done'the : '

perhaps heretofore exceeding grown was the indicated greatestcrop Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 631 i iItI5tf ; ;: : fire is turned off and all expense ceases. Because there is no

in the bureau fifth 'gin '
today ning report census of the season, which I ;i : J \ waste as the fire is concentrated on the place where it is needed

showed pripr to the November quantity 14 of was cotton 11,62-1,708 ginned & . ...... .! : :4C Jit and none of the heat escapes up the chimney. Because when


bales past seven the largest;years the on record.average In of the the I II ..tt fCTHE 1 .I -.. I I1111111I1II11 1 11111111. :: : you cook with Gas you utilize every cent's worth of fire you buy.

entire crop ginned to the end of this
CHASE & CO
period was 75 per cent. On this
basis the present crop would seem to
be between 15,500,000 and 16,060,000 PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDO j ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

bales. .. Is modern fully equipped with the best up-to-
The ginning for the period from date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the
November 1 to 14 established a rec- :
PROPER PACKING GAS
ord of 1,795,626 bales exceeding last FIRST AID TO DEPARTMENT

year by 152,000 bales and 1911 by HIGHEST PRICES .
458,000 bales. For the season this 1.IIIICII.IIIIIIII'.IIII.II.I..I.I..III..I..11111111111111 1..1111111'.1.>
year's ginnigs exceed the record of which, however, would not accomplish the end desiredby MIIMIMMMflllM tlMMMMIIMtlMIIMMIMMMiliOIII'
811,000 bales.In the grower, if he did not also have available the services -

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and Oklahoma new records for gin- ofTHE
CHASE & CO
ning to November 14 were estab-
BARGAIN :
lished. LET :ME BEAUTIFY YOUR GROUNDS
SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM ,
WHETHER A COUNTRY ESTATEOR
CUBA'S SUGAR CROP which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, experienced
competent and reliable. WHO WILL BE THE LUCKY : A SMALL CITY LOT

New York Nov. 23.-From advices GIVES THE GROWER MAN TO GET IT? I:
HIGHEST AVERAGE NET
recently received it is expected that RESULTS I"I BLUE PRINTS AND DETAILED PLANTING IN- j
the sugar crop of Cuba will be dou- Two acres just out side the
bled in value what it was worth last CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITEDROVERS' : city limits in a number one STRUCTIONS AT REASONABLE PRICES
MARKETING AGENTS
year. The United States will benefit : neighborhood. Impvoved

greatly as many kinds of goods for- CH-A-SE: : 4SCVJ.* ., : with 1 10 citrus trees 20 in
merly imported from Europe are now A nice with Werner F. Nehrling
bearing. pinery
Main Jacksonville Florida
being purchased from this country by Office, ,
the people of the island. The out- 9-30-d&w A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. one thousand bearing plants .

look for Cuba is good; due to the fact "......III.I..IIIIII.I..lllll..IIIII.IIIIIIIIIIII.. and other Florida fruits for LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTAND
that cane sugar consumption must home use. Good six room
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increase while beet sugar nations like bungalow furnished, chicken CONSULTING HORTICULTURISTIf
Russia and Germany are at war and house and stable. Located I

unable to harvest large crops. Such on a nice corner. A fine lit-: you contemplate planting a citrus grove ;
conditions will be reflected in the increase
tie home for little ,it will to advice. 1
in the price of Cuban sugar.T. money. pay you get my
Price $1650. Cash $700. Local Agent for BUCKEYE NURSERIES -

b. convinced of the producing Balance on easy terms. We fare Tampa, Fla.
power of Sentinel want 4s.-try .ne. 1 i exclusive agents for this :
property. Office Above PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK j

HEALTHY "AIRSOfT PHONE 570 n-io-tf j
BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS Cooper Atha 1

FLUFFY LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
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114 South Orange ATC, Ground Floor 1
Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
AND RADIANTBeautiful 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc- Phone No. 311 i

hair does not just hap- tion during that time:
pen to be so, but is always a matterof Furnished Homes for Sale'
care and proper nourishment of J
Touring Car $555.00 Atlantic Coast Line
the hair roots. No matter if your hairis .
tally out stringy lifeless and full Runabout 505.00 5-TOURIST TRAINS
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nt < .n rnff. Parisian Sace. anJnex- -
from
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NORTH AND WEST Special for 10 DaysNo.
the maximum efficiency
: Ie minimum net in eur. "Dixie Flyer" 14 Rooms with two baths; No. 3. 4 Room cottage; modern
: < ? if we rach u eutpat ( "Dixie Limited""Seminole I
: I _'< ,,s-.-:, $5,000. and grapefruit trees. Owner's price. ,
w tur.t tion. w. acne t* pay mIt "Montgomery Route""South
ft U per ear (en er abut Atlantic Limited"PuUman $2,500.
Mw* *
.._ar_ r." ,, 'er who parchates a new cars from Chicago, St. Louis No. 2. 5 Room bungalow on beauThese homes are all ready to step ;
,_ lo.?.-* and Auput 1. 1 1S. Indianapolis Cincinnati Louisvilleand tiful lake with dock and boat; lot into and hang up your hat. I have !
low and preAtK 75x450 feet, all set to budded particular
Q lll !I!"' theM price intermediate points to Jackson- young properties for particular 1
ville, Fla. citrus trees. Owner's price, $3,200. people, city and county. See- !

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CHADWICKThe
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
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Standard Railroad of the SouthJ.
G. KIRKLAND D. P. A., Man That Sells Real Estate. 19 W. Church Street. :
Hillsboro Hotel Tampa Fla.
I A. W. FRITOT D. P. A., Watch this space for change in 10 days. .
38 West Bay St., Jacksonville Fla. s
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FROM FAR NORTHWEST


; Minnesotans Are in Orange
i County and Will Make It

:I ,, Their HomeMr. Permanent


and Mrs. F. F. :Marzahn: of
r Waterville, Minn., arrived in Orlando
t Starting BIG is Not yesterday afternoon from the far
Northwest to make Orange county
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Starting RightIf their permanent home. They own a
beautiful twenty acre tract of land ru
our wealthiest men had waited to I near Lake Conway and will com
I start their bank accounts with a BIG mence at once to make improvementsthereon.
amount-they would still be waiting. :Mr.: and Mrs. Marazahn are
r Little deposits grow to big sums. It's old friends of Mr. and Mrs.: B. L.
the little business that has the best chance Blair, and visited this section nine
;. to become big. It is the young man who years ago. The extreme cold in the DO YOU' UNDERSTAND
can take care of the small sums who will North made them long for a warmer :
i''' be able to handle a big business. climate and the fine weather they I till I 2Iovyou can ersonally }>s fcsnsfittctl -
[ We encourage small deposits. We \\el-, found here. :
come new accounts of $1.00.Ve pay 4 I by tilt advantages accruing to

t l. per cent. STEAMER OFF SAN IIAXALEI FRANCISCO WRECKED :' I El II JE 1 the commmunity by

STATE BANK Fire Members of San Francisco LifeSaving i'
!'he :L kral Usserve
Crew and Two Sailors c Act ?
of Orlando
Drown-Fear for Others

San Francisco, Nov. 24.-Five mem- :::: Call, telephone or write and we will

bers of the San Francisco life saving :11 II II Ii mail our booldct---just out.;--v/Licb
Lt.t. crew, and two sailors on board the
wrecked steamer Hanalei were explains this act fully and d*ar>y.
drowned tonight while trying to get .
f lines aboard the boat. : :
Two of the Hanalei's passengers, "'.-'... .. .
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and four others, Elwood, Schwerin, .". -"..
m Berkeley and an unidentified man, .., ... ;.r .,........-....;,'.'.
i were washed ashore after lines which ... ." "
they were trying to carry in parted. ;:.::' :::': .': :: ': \ ::; {
For Schwerin was uninjured, but the sec ,. ; ;
Thanksgiving
ond man was taken out unconscious, C.. L .. ; ?
Let us send for you by parcel post a identity not yet known. ;:.-.
BOX OF FRUIT The Hanalei went aground at two ": '. ,. -
back home for Thanksgiving. It will o'clock this afternoon. She carried .' .. ,,', A .. .. ._ .. /. .=
make a nice rememberance, at a small fifty-eight passengers and crew, and '-D' [ ID p D.-
cost. had on board a large cargo of lum 1 .. } : .r.ri'
.
ber. The waters where the Hanalei .:
Seed Store went aground are very dangerous,
o Wrights :.' :... .. .' .'...' .
:
and it is feared tonight she will.pound : : : ': .: : : :'- -- ::<: '. '::'.'" ': ':
Phone 179 South
t Orange Avenue to pieces before the people can ..
be rescued.

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We 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.

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TABLE DAMASK: MERCERIZED 60 inches TABLE DAMASK: 72 inches wide, very andHemstitched Tea Napkins at
wide, pure bleached, 39c. quality ________ 24c some line of designs, heavy Irish Linens, 1 69
$2.00 quality .
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TABLE DAMASK: highly mercerized, full 64 ,
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inches wide, handsome designs, 75 cent 48c _
quality $;). LINEN DINNER NAPINS, extra
------------------------------ : mercerized,
$1.25 HEMMED NAPKINS, $1.25
98c .OafuLa _____________________________ 4.39
quality per dozen -------""-----"-
TABLE DAMASK, 72 inches wide, all pure linen
splendid line of designs, $1.00 quality 79c
TOWELS, hemmed Huck, with small design, a 1 f\
regular 15 cent quality JL vIC
TABLE DAMASK, pure bleached, all linen, $1.50 ALL LINEN BLEACHED NAPKINS __$1.29
heavy: weight, full 72 inches wide, $1.25 89c TOWELS, hemstitched and all pure linen, also
quality a big heavy weight Turkish Bath Towel. 25
35c. and 40c. quality C
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 OQ hemstitched, scalloped and embroid-. 1 f\\
$1.50 quality A. $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, hemstitch-
all pure Irish Linen, 72 inches wide, beau- 1 ed, scalloped and embroidered at 25c., 35c., 50c
tiful designs, $1.75 quality _____________ A.39 $4.00 ALL LINEN DINNER NAPKINS _____$3.19 40c. and _

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