The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: November 25, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
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System ID: UF00079945:00193
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Other News of Thrifty City Wilson Declares Peace Will Fol-

Is Little Change on the i North of Orlando-\Iany GOVERNMENTEXPENSES low Notwithstanding Withdrawal READINESS TO

Nigerian Frontier-Enemy I Personals of Timely of U. S.

Retires at All Interest Troops

Points BY BRITISH Winter Park, Fla., Nov. 24.Rev.W. i Washington, XO24.President ADVANCE

L. Barze has been on the sick list Wilson today expressed his opinion
GERMAN ATTACK IS WEAKER I for several days but at last reportsis to caller and gave assurances from

BRITISH WARSHIPS AT- improving. Dean Enyart occupiedthe i WILSON CONSIDERING CUTTING this go\eminent that there would be HIGHLY TRAIXEDIDlY

IN FRANCE AND FLANDERS pulpit Sunday morning and Rev. : peace in Mexico, notwithstanding the '
THERE IS SLACKENING OF Dudley Matthews in the evening at withdrawal of Funston's troops from ]

TEUTON ACTION SITIONS I the M. E. church during Rev. Barze's : NEXT YEAR Vera Cruz. Later in the day Secretary j|I EUROPE REPORT

illness. I Bryan announced that things

Flanders Hinders Is Still Progress-French Snow BoundHeavyFog GERMAN LOSSES VERY HEAVY;; Mrs. Collier at the, who Orlando underwent hospital an,operation is- i: WILL NOT GO TO MISSISSIPPI i I were The"progressing news to the satisfactorily.department, how'ever KAISER TO BERLIN AT REICHSTAG

Artillery Is Superior to t not improving as rapidly as was _____ | is that communication by tele-

German Kaiser Has Lost 120,000 Killedin hoped. Her daughter and little son Declines an Invitation to Pass I!: graph has been cut off for nearly 48 ,i, Russians Count on Large Numi -
came from Wisconsin to be with her I hours between Vera Cruz and Mexico i]i
the in Flan- Christian-To Spend His bers to Whip Germans-
Fighting I|
London, Nov. 24.-The London Star for a time. City, where reports of general disorder -:
has received a dispatch from Lisbon ders,Up to Present Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Enlow and Mr. Thanksgiving With and riots are constant; and the I Ser-ia in Danger Unless -

which says that the Portuguese congress Time i Geo. S. Deming are attending the Mrs. Sa"re telegraph lines are out of commission I:II Help Comes

today voted the government's i state Sunday school convention in between Saltillo and Monterey.

proposal for military intervention in London, Nov. .-The British naval I Tampa as delegates from the Congregational Washington, Nov. 24.-President Secretary Bryan said he had received -I:I I London, Nov. 24.-Arthur Diosy,

the war by Portugal. The vote, it is bombardment of the German positions Sunday school. President Wilson is considering means for reducing no word from the department's : founder of the Japan Society, and an
assumed, definitely places Portugal I Blackman, also of the Congregational government expenditures next agents in Mexico. This was stated i! Anglo-Japanese affairs,
.i the side of the allies.Mohammedans along the Flemish coast were I church, is on the program and expects year because of the war, it was after a call from the Russian, Argen- authority on

I resumed today with unprecedented : to attend. learned today, and is aimi ig to\. 1T.' a I been made, all of whom, it was stated, !I said in a statement today:

Loyal I vigor, the main attack of the British There will be a union Thanksgiving budget system to coord_ iaia t .ptn- been made, al lof whom, it was stated, "The Japanese army is in a com

London, Nov. 24.-The official ships being directed against Zee- service of the three churches at the ditures and income.In had discussed conditions in Mexico.It plete state of readiness and if it be

press bureau tonight issued a sum- brugge, where the Germans are! attempting Methodist church Thursday morningat his writing before h'- b are was admitted by the departmentthat necessary to increase the allied forcesin
mary of the military operations in half past ten, to which every per- the ambassadors of nearly all
to establish a naval base president, :Mr. Wilson ; :h 'cad a Europe, the Japanese are willingand
Nigeria and Cameroons. On the Ni- in the is the nations
son entire community in- and their ministers had ,
submarines and
for their torpedo budget system, including tne presence:
gerian frontier there has been little boats. vited. Rev. Dr. Douglass will preachthe in congress of the secretary of the taken up the matter of protecting ready to supply immediately a

change. Small German incursions The heavy firing has been heard Thanksgiving sermon. (i i treasury to explain the administra- their property in Mexico. No guarantees I large, admirably equipped and highly
occurred at various points but the enemy Mr. W. C. is his ,, have been these
Temple moving given nations trained
several is i
from the German batteries at tion's estimates. He expected to I II | army.
retired immediately except at places, and it is apparent that theyare household goods into the Bachelor i refer to this in his forthcoming mes-J by the United States beyond those I j "The trans-Siberian railway and an
one instance. The governor generalof British house, just west of the old club house, I j I put forth at the beginning of the
replying to the ships. sage and will give particular attention -I ample supply of Japanese steamshipsmake
the Cameroons reports that the and will reside at the "Inn" until the I Mexican revolution.
reinforcements |I
Fresh German are ar- to it in conference with congres-
Mohammedan population of the northis riving in north Flanders. Accordingto new house now building is ready for sional leaders about the program for Admittedly the whole situation in I I the transportation of half a

most loyal. In Tripoli the Arabsof an unofficial estimate the Germans his occupancy.Mr. the short session. Mexico is so tangled that the govern- million men in two months easy."
Kano have disassociated them- Hakes went to Kissimmee last ment does not know with whom to
have lost a hundred and twenty thou- The president has discussed ex-
selves with the action of the Turkish and deal Kaiser to Be in Berlin
Saturday bought a horse. whether with Carranza and his
sand killed in the fighting in Flinders penditures at cabinet meetings and
government. thus far. Several of our local Nimrods are has impressed on the secretaries the new capital at Vera Cruz; Blanco, London, Nov. 24.-A dispatch to

Germans Lack Spirit away on a hunting trip, to be gonea : necessity for economy. lie has been the military charge in Mexico City, the Exchange Telegraph company
week or ten days. On account of or with Villa, who is hourly expectedin from The Hague Emperor WilLiam ;
Paris, Nov. 24.-A slackening of I Capture Rebel Is Imminent j told, however, that the beginning of says
the cold wind the first day not much Mexico City. Dispatches to the has decided to return to Berlin
German action was noted all along Johannesburg, Nov. 24.General j new governmental activities such as
the battle front in France and Flanders I Botha is on Dewet's heels and the game was brought in. the trade commission and the federalrraevve American consul at Vera Cruz state ;:1, shortly to be present when the reich-

.' today. Even the cannonading, capture of the rebel 'leader and his Edw. Brigham gave a recital and i I bank &j,iemavill necessitatenew i that the city is quiet, and order is I'! stag meets. The correspondent adds ,

to which the German offensive has I force is imminent. readings at Knowles Hall Tuesday I appropriations. prevailing. !' that instructions have been issued to .4
evening. He comes very highly rec- I i I the officials of the emperor's Berlin
been restricted almost entirely since i i The activities of the short session
the excessive cold settled over the i I ommended.Dr. I really opened today when the house i castle to prepare it for a long sojourn -

battle area, has now become intermit- :, DEATH OEi RAMSEY HALL came.and Hall gave, who several was expected lectures to later the, appropriations committee began hearings EN ROUTE TO FAR EASTMr. I I there by him. .

tent, and wherever infantry attacks ]i j i on the District of Columbia ap- -
students and Scouts last week i
Russians Count on Large
have been ventured they lacked the propriation bill.
spirit which characterized the deter- i[ Son of Dr. and Mrs. F. S. Hall, that were highly prized by those :j I and Mrs. Van Dyke, AfterYear's Petrograd, Nov. 24.-The German
fortunate enough to hear him. I I I Pass Christian, Miss., Nov. 24. ,
II Absence, Are Going column between the Warthe and Vis-
mined efforts of the invaders a week !I of Orlando, Died at Manatee
ago. J 1 Yesterday Burial at I!,i Mayor Saucier, of Pass Christian, has Back to China Missionary tula risers, according to today's official -

The French right wing today bore i i That Place DEATH Of JOHN MURPHY j received announcing a letter that from he President will be unableto Wilson FieldMr. comprises reports six from Russian and Poland,
the brunt of the German counter at-1 army corps pre-
i : accept the invitation of the city sents a front fifty-five miles in ex- ,
tacks. In .
Argonne the infantry as-i A telegram received in Orlando I and Mrs. Howard Van Dyke ;
j i of Pass Christian to repeathis
saults directed by German forces'' council tent. The two rivers prevent flanking -
against the allies' trenches were par- !]; yesterday brought the sad news of Esteemed Citizen Died Yester- visit of last winter, when the Wil- left Orlando yesterday afternoon for by either side, hence the fighting j

ticularly violent, but the French de- '! the death of :Mr. Ramsey Hall, at day Morning-Funeral and son family spent three weeks here. San Francisco. From there they will consists of straight frontal attacks, i

fenders ably withstood the pressure, !; Manatee, Fla. Mr. Hall is the son of Interment Will Be in The letter reads as follows: take a steamer to China where they in which the losses of both armies are J

giving a good account of themselves.' | Dr. and Mrs. F. S. Hall, of this city. PittsburgMr. "Washington, D. C., Nov. 17, 1914. will again enter the missionary ser- I heavy, but neither side so far has :

Every attack made by the Germanswas | Up to the reception of the telegram "Dear Sir and Friend: vice following' a furlough of one year. I been able to gain a marked advan i j
"I warmly appreciate the kind resolutions -
repulsed. :Many of their sorties I Dr. Hall had not learned of the illI I I John Murphy died yesterdaymorning I of They will be stationed at Nan-Ling, : tage.
| passed by the city council
resulted disastrously. In the Vosges ) ness of his son. I at 3:40 o'clock, at his residence The Germans, military observers
i Pass Christian to extend the invitation China, where they have been for sev-
region a blanket of fog obscured the i if'nemy's I j The burial ground of all of Dr.Hall's Schenley Place, two miles me I contend, can not advance further in j jI 1
I to come again to Pass Chris- en years. !! this region, since the Russian
positions and a truce was people is at Nashville, Tenn. south of Orlando. The deceased is '
practically in effect. ': Owing to the ignorance of the sickness survived by his wife, Mrs. Catherine tian. I wish with all my heart thatI For the past year, during which tration, which was delayed concen'I j jI 'I

Flanders is still storm bound. Al- l of the son, it was decided for Coghlan Murphy, and six children, could accept the invitation. I look they enjoyed a vacation from their I I roads and by a lack of :

though the German guns continue to : the time being to have the remains Mrs. Sylvester Mayer, Miss Mary back with great pleasure on the brief missionary duties, they lectured and i! is complete. I ji
| vacation I Mississippi and I
pour their shrapnel and solid shot interred at Manatee. The funeral Murphy, Miss Agnes Murphy, James spent I, -
made addresses in various cities of
into Ypres little damage is being 1 will be there this afternoon and will Murphy, of Orlando; Joseph Murphy j am deeply sorry that I can not re- Crew of 887 Was on Good Hope j t
done. At this i i i peat it. Letters such as yours give the United States. They have been When She Sank 1
point the French artil- i be conducted by Rev. Mr. Henderson, and Charles Murphy, of Pittsburg.
lerymen are daily demonstrating their pastor of the Presbyterian church of ': The remains were taken to Pittsburg, i me the greatest pleasure and reassurance in Orlando for a few days and had London, Nov. 24.-A casualty list! '

superiority over that of the Germans. Bradentown. i i the former home of the Murphy family -i and I value highly the confidence been visiting Mrs. Van Dyke's par- of the names of the men lost on the 3

There are many evidences of activityon A large circle of friends and acquaintances on the 1:44 train yesterday after- I so highly expressed. ents at Piedmont. They are going to British cruiser Good Hope, which was
the German front, but today no extend to Dr. and Mrs. ( noon, and the funeral will be held in "Cordially and sincerely yours, sunk November 1 in the battle off j I
the field under the
I missionary
(Signed.) Woodrow Wilson. aus-
Chile with German cruisers shows .
movement of consequence was at- Hall their sincerest sympathy: in their that city, Friday, November 27. All -
tempted. bereavement: : members of the family, except Mrs. To Eat Turkey With Daughter pices of the Christian Missionary that the crew, exclusive of officers, 1

------ -- Mayer and Miss Agnes Murphy I Alliance. aggregated 887 men.
accompanied Washington, Nov. 24.-President .. __ ] I
England and France With the body. The deceased Wilson left Washington tonight for I -

I Charged was born in County Clare, Ireland, I Williamstown, Mass., where he will Condensed News of Events And I

Violating The Declaration of London !i but emigrated to America in early be the guest over Thanksgiving of

life. He came to Orlando two years his daughter, Mrs. Sayre. He was Happenings in The Automobile World
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-- ;, ago from Pittsburg, where he was accompanied by his daughter, Margaret -

Washington, Nov. 24.-Charges by ers it, therefore, of interest to learn 1 general manager of the Pittsburg and Dr. Grayson. The president ,
Germany that England and Franceare which position the neutral powers intend 1! Railway company, a corporation that returns Washington Saturday. I Manager Phillips of the Orlando I. B. Fort, of the San Juan Garage 1 !
violating the declaration of Lon- to take toward the attitude I does an eight million dollar business Auto and Supply company's garage, company, went to Jacksonville yester-
don, previously presented to Ambassador I annually. Continuous application to THANKSGIVING SERVICES day to bring back a new Hudson.W. J
adopted by Great Britain and France I has received a booklet of photographs
Gerard and representatives of contrary to international law and I his work broke his health and it was B. Shaw, manager of the San ai =
par- Everybody is most cordially invitedto showing the new Dodge car from :
other neutrals at Berlin, were pub- ticularly whether it is their intention to recuperate that he sought a homein i i i. Juan Garage at Daytona, was in Or-
: the big union Thanksgiving ser- '
lished today from the here. this section. Only month and every angle. The car of mystery has lando Monday night.
embassy a
t.) take measures against the acts of vice at the Methodist church Thurs- J
The paper says Germany thus far violence committed on board their j two days ago, his son, William, died. day morning at 11 o'clock. Prof. many features and will be received i I|i For real automobile news and notes ;
has observed the declaration of London merchant vessels against German 'The many friends of the family extend here with much interest. It is ex- :: read The Sentinel.
Wade will preside at the new
and has not changed its attitude subjects and German property. i sympathy in their hour of be- and Prof. Curry will lead his organ great pected that a car will be received in I I The Cadillac Eight is due to arrive j
despite "flagrant'violations commit- The I reavement. Orlando for display and demonstration I I in Orlando in a short time and will ;.
German note declares additionsand chorus choir. The sermon will be de- :
ted by its adversaries," and adds: modifications Great Britain has i purposes the first part of De- j be shown at the Orlando Auto and
livered by Dr. Poulson, the Baptist
"However, the imperial German made to the declaration of London 1 HEAVY DEATH TOLL STEAMER pastor, one of the most popular and cember. : Supply company's salesrooms.The .

government now must study the "are of such a nature that they obliterate -, HANALEISan powerful preachers that ever servedin John M. Cook is out of the city Ford company may locate an
question whether it can continue to but will be back at the Buick head- assembling plant at Jacksonville.
the said declaration in several
Orlando. Dr. Stagg, the Presby-
maintain the above attitude, if the vital points and at the same time encroach I Francisco, Nov. 24.-Eighteen terian pastor, another truly great quarters by the close of the week. scribers to the fund.

enemy powers abide by the procedure on the accepted rules of inter- are dead, forty-one have been saved, man, will take part in the service, He is combining pleasure and busi- Mr. T. P. Grant, of Charleroi, Pa.,
observed by them and if the neutral national law." I and four still missing and unaccounted reading the Scriptures and offeringthe ness for a few days. purchased a Ford touring car this

powers allow such violations' to go "The most vital modifications { for in the wreck of the Hanalei, Six Studebakers were received yes- week.
are invocation. It will be an hour of
on. contained it j which broke to pieces at dawn this terday by the San Juan Garage com- Mr. and Mrs. Powers drove through
says, "in the rule con- help and inspiration. Dr. Wray, and
"Tke German government consid- cerning conditional contraband." 1 irorninor at Dixbury reef, nine miles his charming people, fling wide the pany, and will be distributed to Day- I from Wisconsin in their Ford, arriv-
--.I. north from the Golden Gate. tona and Kissimmee branches this ing yesterday, and were callers at
great doors of their magnificent
NEWSPAPER MEN IN CITY be in -n\or; a week attending to I church and bid everybody welcome. week. Ford headquarters. They will spend
J THE WEATHER The work of remodelling the new the winter here.

Frank T. Hamilton, of New York, j urg .nenX matters. Both gen- i Magazines, daily papers, music, front of the Cook garage has not The Ford agency is preparing a 1

and F. J. Goslee tie id drover newspaper men, Florida: Fair Wednesday, except artists' materials and Christmas nov- started yet. Ford touring car with special equip- 1
of Jacksonville
are a inel ]ash visit with The Sen- rain in extreme northwest portion. elties. Curtis & O'Neal, next post- The automobile business in Orlandois ment for delivery to Mr. Chas. W.

. stoppirg at the Orland hotel and will It Thursday cloudy; probably rain. office. very good. Wiede, of )lichigan.THE .


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no certainty all Britishers but have not molestedany
WASHINGTON FROM PARIS that Austrian subjects in,Eng- who were not under suspicion. MOST TRAIN LOSSES I I I of wooden construction, says the re of representatives, who lectured here

land are being accorded better treat- Those suspected of hostile acts and port. !!I I tonight under the auspices of the
.Longitudinal Difference Is Finally ment. Foreigners who internedare A statement from the Pullman First Presbyterian church.
are those who have no means of
support Commissioner McChord RecommendsState
Measured Radio company showed that from 1910 to I I "We have been
by Traveling to be well treated. have been interned. Some 500 Eng- or Federal Inspection of losing a great opportunity -
1913 inclusive
; Miles seventy-three I for
175,000 persons trade with
a Second The police have taken the names of lish people still remain in Vienna. Railroads Equipment South America -
were killed in wooden Pullman cars, I for twenty years," he said. "How

Washington, Nov. 2-t.-The navy Nov. while but six were killed in all steel can we get it? Reduce the tariff and
NwD Washington 2-t.-The over-
cars. build a merchant \
department announced this afternoon up marine.
working of materials in railroads,
that the scientists at the naval observatory The Speaker said America 'will
: which the safety of life depends, CHAMP CLARK SEES BIG BUSINESS speedily
in collaboration with Paris greater marine of
should not be permitted, according to
savants, have finally solved the difference j supreme court sustain that section -
the report of the committee on rails Savannah, Ga., Nov. 24.-'The I
war of the tariff law which
in longitude between this city '_ I provi.iesa : :
:_; and equipment, made by Interstate
in will
and Paris. The statement declaresthe "' z; :_ Europe cause only a tempora- 5 per cent" reduction in the! t: r,;Ton
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.". .. .. .. Commerce Commissioner McChord to- loss of business .
difference is found to be 5 hours, .. Bij. UI a J rc; Cli: : :" I.' 'v -.: f'j I :JIf ry to America, said cargoes transported in A me';, in.
17 minutes, 26.638 seconds, and con- .7fzs'l2: : :.-.:='--- .=::.:.:;;-= ,-, day to the National Association of Champ Clark, speaker of the house owned bottoms.

tinues Railway Commissioners. I ..
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"The of transmission of -= ._ r.- ,, .-.-., According to this report, more than ----
velocity ., -= .tt
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radio signals given by these observa- ; "- .
tVraj Dairj Ban.Fronton.Mta. caused 8,803; deaths, 127,542 injuriesand TURKEYS! TURKEYS!
tions is 175,000 miles per second, Io. '
property loss of $104,625,897,
which is probably the best value yet = Put a Good Roof on a Good Barn

obtained, though, owing to the dis -i- This is a model dairy-fancy stock, scientific stable arrangement i ii were equipment.caused by Recommendation defective roadwayand
tance-3,831 miles on a great circle- was Cheapest ever Tancey offers
-everything just right. And the roof selected for made that state of federal supervision you
between the stations, which comparedwith =\ this up-to-date dairy was of material be provided.The .
this velocity, is small, it is sub-

ject miles to per a second.probable error of 16,000 i i 1NEPONSETPAROID mum of report accidents states occurs that when the maxi-rails Live Turkeys 25c per :b. j ti

"These observations constitute the j J have been from three to four ;years Dressed i
the Turkeys: lb. i
first direct determination of the difference on track. per
of longitude between Wash- ,= ROOFING = "There can be no doubt that steel
Place Your Order Early and Get a Choice Selection
ington and Europe, and it is the first v Thu Real Rival of But Shingle _- cars are better and safer than those I

time tha radio has been used for .-i -m =The matter of price had nothing to do with its selection. NCFONSCT Paroid --- -
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trans-Atlantic longitude determina- __ better chosen"because and safer it roof.lasts Yet longer NCPiNSCT than shingles Paroid and adds protection-therefore makes a -.,. .-...-.. t:",..= __.." ,,:.<< ;,_".-r.: _, EEC -.......-.-,.-... ",--==-: -.o- I
tions. actually costs less than shingles both Ie .....
bar and to lay. Von will agree with' leading farmers everywhere when yon realty
"Independent observations were know NEPOMSET Paroid. It is the permanent-wear,economical roof for baras.stable* --
made by the United States and -- -all farm FINE ICE CREAMS ANDi4 ICES

French governments, each havingtwo -- buildings.'i t

parties, one at the United States --. I i
naval observatory and the other at -
the Observatoire de Paris, using the -- -- Telephone 664 !

navy radio station at Arlington (Radio T _
Va.), and the Eiffel tower, respectively -:: ::::c m; .;_":' --:_-- ", .-.- -- =_-.-== ;: .
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Those Who Are Not Interned CanNot For the last Twenty-five Years. I
Leave Residence Between8P.ll.and6A.M. For Thanksgiving or Sunday DinnerNew
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lish Venice people and, Italy interned in,Vienna Nov. 24.in have-the Many last been Eng-few arrested Orlando .p Paint i' i and Wall ii Paper p' p Co. 'I York Philadelphia Ice Cream and my Fancy Specialty.Ice Creams to Order.

days and the rest, irrespective of age '
or sex, are forbidden to leave their i I L .....Wholesale and Retail, Bricks or Cans..... ;i;
domiciles between 8 p. m. and 6 a. m. I AGENTS FOR High. Grade Paints, Oils, Varnishes :

; or to visit cafes or other public Kalsomine, Wall Pat -
places.An Patton's Sun Proof Paper, Wall Board, Roof- + JEECOEFLEE. ;J
official announcement says all Paints ir.;,;", Crushes; Ctc. : : :: .
this is because of "the wretched sit- i
SOLD:AT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Ave. 'j' :
uation of Austrians and Hungarians I THE SUM Residence 205 Liberty St., Corner Mariposa.
interned in belligerent states, especially ORLANDO, FLORIDA* !I I
England." Consequently citizens :
t Factory Around the Corner. Prices Reasonable.
of hostile countries resident in Special Wall Paper 3000 Rolls I at 5c.
Vienna, especially the British, will be L. : : !
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J I: The President of this Company left Saturday for SEBRING and will be at his office

j Wednesday, November 25th to transact his business.IVe again invite property

I ; : Owners to list with us their propositions, and are confident if they give us an opportunity

to explain how we guard their interests to get their business.



To all who intend to invest we would like to be consulted, not only as real estate men, ,

but also as your agents after you have established the fact that our firm s absolutely

financially responsible. We have connected with us a party fully aquainted and an

authority in Agricultural Investments and our experience in Florida values in real estate

v' for the last fifteen years should be of some benefit to you..

'_ Phone 570 OVER PEOPLES NATIONAL BANKIncorporated

Surplus $25,000.00 25,000.00 paid up A rt .nd'-', .. Ftc> l .a:da.. Total $50,000.00 Responsibility::

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"Inconsistency, thy name is"-war BUSINESS MANAGER TO RUN I I Santa Claus is dusting and mend- t
messages. lONE MAN OPPOSES FAIRA. CITIES, IS THEIR PLAN I ing his pack ready to fill it up for
i business next month. Rumor has it I
lie Need Not Be Resident of State- ; that he will add to the size of the
Somebody deserves a prison sen- F. Bass Is Opposed to Dona- ;
tence/Jbr locking boys in a firetrap Report of Committee to National same considerably and carry a larger GRANDi
and putting off all ways of escape. tion for Subtropical Mid- Municipal League stock than ever this year, which is I

Thofboys, however bad did not deserve winter Exposition, at good news for alL Orlando has some
OrlandoOne Baltimore d., Nov. 2-t.-\1unici- of the largest stores in the South t
death for their petty offenses "
against the law. The investigators pal management on a business basis and they all carry everything that > TOIJ A. "Y" :

should forget there is such a thing as citizen in this section has goneon was recommended today in a reportto can possibly be desired and the trad-;i ,
a whitewash brush.-St. Petersburg record according to the Osceola the National Municipal League bya ing public is extended a cordial wel-!i
Independent. Journal, as being opposed to the midwinter committee that has been studyingthe come to come to this city to do their i,'
subtropical exposition and he subject for a year, composed in Christmas shopping. !

is A .F. Bass, a commissioner of Os- part of William Dudley Foulke of Indiana "AN INNOCENT DELHI
THANKSGIVING DINNER President Lowell of Harvard,
ceola county. One in every com- A St. Petersburg man is advertising -
munity who does not approve of enterprises Clinton L. Woodruff of Philadelphia to sell three overcoats good as \
ORLANDO HOTEL CAFE is no indication that othersare Dr. William B. Monroe of Harvard, new. And right in the midst of the A Vitagraph two reel feature with {
not boosters. Delos F. Wilcox and Richard S. cold snap, too. Is he flush or fool
Table De Rote Dinner The following is clipped from the Childs of New York Robert Treat ish-St. Petersburg Independent.A ROBERT GREY in the leading part. This ,
Paine of Boston, Prof. A. P. Hattan
Osceola Journal
12:00 to 2:00 6:00 to 8:00 : special attraction is sure to please, so be
of Western Reserve University and
"The matter of donation for
exhibit -
city is known by its smile. Or-
Oyster Cocktail
Consomme Macadoine at the subtropical midwinter Prof. John A. Fairley of the Univer- lando has the widest smile in the with the rest of your friends and enjoy

Cream of Asparagus, St. George fair at Orlando, was taken up and sity of Illinois. state for she is happy, peaceful and this treat.
Olives Celery Salted Peanuts after discussing the subject, Commissioner The plan provides for the employ- contented. I
Radishes A. F."Bass stated that he was ment of a city manager, who need
opposed to it the other members of not be a resident of the city or state.
of Pompano, Barnaise ;
Pauprette There are some people who do not
the board being in favor of it An elective council will hire him and
Sliced Cucumbers-pommes gestrom ; upon cast their bread the waters until "
seconded and carriedV.. have power to remove him. He will
Small Chicken Patties duly TfiEY
Supreme it becomes too stale for any personaluse. BOUGHT A BOAT
Roast Tenderloin of Eeef, au Just J. Sears, attorney, and J. L. Over- be responsible for the administrationof .
six the ,
Brown Potatoes and Mashed Potatoes street, clerk, were appointed as a municipal departments
la committee to take the matter with heads of which will be his appointeesand
Filet Mignon, a Mona up of those
One popular Lubin come"dies.
subject to removal him at
Orlando Punch the board of trade and city council by
Roast Young Turkey, with Oyster of Kissimmee and St. Cloud and find will. TheWaldcckerFishCo You've seen some of them before
Dressing out what they are willing to do, and Members of the council will be
and know them don't missthis
elected for four subject to re- you so one
Cranberry Sauce report at the next meeting. years FOR FISH AND OYSTERS
French Peas Fried Tomatoes call. They will look after the civil
Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP.
Salad, a la Hovey, in Jelly A LETTER TO THE SENTINEL service and general efficiency, pass
Whipped Cream ordinances and hear complaints from M. and W. O. COX
English Plum Pudding city officials. Any of them may be I 10-23-tf "TO I
Mesick Mich. Nov. 18, 1914. BE CALLED FOR
Hard and Brandy Sauce South Florida Sentinel.GentlemenI removed from office upon charges. .-- ---
Mince and Pumpkin Pie .
see you are new
Neapolitan Cheese Ice Cream Crackers Assorted Cake publishers at the helm of The Senti- WHY HARVARD CLASSES BOYS SLEEP IN NORTH A Selig comedy. Introducing Cupid .!
nel. I see by The Sentinel of November -
Coffee Noir 12, 1914, that the Board of Tradeis and Cupidity. Come and have a good !

$1.00 per cover going to do some advertising and It Isn't Dull Lectures But Poor Ventilation laugh.

Please reserve your tables in advance ,want names. Says College
Airs. E. and I have spent five win- Magazine
ters in Florida and four of them in ORANGEAVENUE
: Boston, Nov. The Harvard Illustrated
Orlando. -
Jams and JelliesReceived We have our own winter home at Magazine today asserts ALSO I I IV i

303 Garland street, in Orlando, but that it's nothing against the qualityor "
we are handicapped this winter by delivery of lectures that so many "That Orchestra
students into slumber ;
being now in care of our farm with slip during
twenty head of cattle, several horses classes. It's the poor ventilation of
and swine to for, and at the the classrooms says the college paper -
a car load oi care \ l1 play some of your favorite numbers in the way i
which adds
present kind of weather they sure : %
"Jim Jams," Preserves Jellies do need care. "It is little less than farcical to that can't be beat. You've heard them. "Nufl sed." i i5c iJ ij

and Fruits. We have taken several of our hear a professor lecture earnestly on ij iJ j
friends to Florida and if we live to the unsanitary conditions of factoriesand I j
see next winter we will sure be in sweat shops while the sympathetic One Lot 100 by 240
Orlando. audience lapses slowly into a

The DelicatessenPies Last Saturday, the 14th, was a lethargic condition, not because of lOcTHE j
beautiful warm day. At night it the narcotic effect of the lecture, but One Lot 50 by 225
rained, thundered and lightened, and because of the air, or rather, the lack
Cakes, Salads and the morning of the 15th the groundwas of it. 1]

Cooked :Meats.. white with snow, and is today. "Nothing cures that 'tired feeling'and One Lot 50 by 125 -. 1i
that alertness whichis
Ice one inch thick on our water promotes
trough, and Orlando in the Land of essential to efficiency as readily as i
Sunshine! plain, ordinary, unperfumed air. A -I
Bran BiscuitHome We have several persons who expect lecture on personal hygiene might in
to go with us next season to some cases prove helpful to the atmosphere i

made or we supplyyou Florida. Many of those who have but wide open windows, : : DANN'S TRANSFER
never been to Florida are afraid to even if they necessitated overcoats in -
bran to make them. start out alone or without a guide, classrooms would be a surer, better Prices Right > Dr. B. D. WIENENGA, Prop. :
and if your secretary of the Board of method.
Trade will send me some of the ad- "In fact, is not a man who goes to -

vertising matter I will only be too, sleep in a stuffy classroom, or who Livery Draying and Hauling
CARUTHIRS & GORE glad to distribute it, as I thinki Orlando deliberately 'cuts' the ordeal of a lecture I
the Beautiful' one of the pret- in such a place, showing his _
tiest cities I ever saw. good horse sense?"
flew\ eGrocery We always are glad to receive The You Know What WE GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
Sentinel and hope for its success, and 1
ilso success to Orlando.


6 and 8 East Pine St.
Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited .
Indiana Man Keeps Plants From
Bearing Until September HORSES FOR SALE.
Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST i
Franklin Ind., Nov. 23.-D. J. i Orlando Florida
i 'Phone 257. 1
Toombs has introduced as an inno- CARL OANN
Will open an office at vation a fall strawberry. It is only I make a specialtof: Fine f
"Watch Clock and Repairing I
Jewelery 1 1i
115 S. Orange Ave.. over Curtis SO'Neal's recently that this development has ; Diamond Setting,Ring i! !
Store. reached a practical stage. Early in and Spectacle Repairing. -
I '
11-G-tf he spring the new plants were set '
Bring me repairs' others!' have
out in the usual manner but insteadof failed to do, and I will repair i
allowing the berries to develop the them satisfactorily or no chai-je. 'j'jI I
,llossoms were clipped off until about My prices are reasonable. I
/ood/ Wood/ WoodExcellent the first of August when they were Do not worry about your;

allowed to mature. This held back
Core Pine Wood Sup- the strength of the plants until fall, CHAS. VATER

plied in any quantity and first been berries of bearing September.began steadily to The ripen and plants about will have con-the JEWELEREast I and

Pine Street at Young's Pilimbing Sewering:
SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE tinue to produce until stopped by Repair Shop I II

STRANDS OR MORE heavy frost. The fruit is of excel- ll-l-d&w-lm
lent quality and has the delicious
flavor of spring strawberries and is -
ELDREDGE BARIOVV selling at 30 to 40 cents a quart. I i i

T. A. MANN We will doit for and when I
Telephone 375 Thirty inches of snow in the Adi- you you pay you

South Street, near A. C. L. rondacks is another excellent argu- I ready j
ment for living in Orlando.We get
Tracks Grocery, Pine St.SPECIALS 1
9-l-lm have it on good authority thata

diaphanous skirt inspector is not I j I

Real Estate Boughtand needed these dayS: Call,on F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUMBING and HfATINGCO.

Are :you taking dancing lessons,
Sold.City and have you learned the Lulu Fado?
It's the latest. ,

Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash
and Irvin Streets
and $1.00 per week buys a Lot What has become of the big army Cor. Graves
of hunters who were going to bag LOOK FOR SOMETHING
Notary Work Promptly and Neatly
The Thanksgiving season i* at BIG


.FLORIDA Florida .needs more cows, hens andphosphate. IN THIS SPACEi I d & w-i mo.-u-i5

Office at Pinehurst ParkP. I

O. Box 281 General Joffre has jumped to the!j i I i TOMORROW I
PHONE 403: 10-8-li Feds. -


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THE DAILY of Sanford, and others of her family.Mr. I A

South Florida SentinelMORNING i and Mrs. Gordon Wright will\

AND WEEKLY ) nrtrty spend ents. the day in Eustis with his par- A

W. M. GLENN .. .. .. .. .. .........Editor In the evening Kooter Kove Kot- I
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-' W. C. ESSINGTON .Business Manager -Edited By Miss Eliza Wright -
tage, on Rock lake, will be merry
Entered at the postolfice at Orlando. FlorIda No. \ Residence '
Office telephone 179. telephone No. 254 '
with card for the friends of
a party
as Second Clas. Mail Matter.

Daily. 1 Year ...................... $5.00 WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARNov. served after the games. Mrs. Thomas There will be a dance at the Elks :
Daily. 6 Months...................... 2.50 I
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 Brodwater will entertain the club Club Thanksgiving evening for the I
Daily 1 Month ....................... .60VfttUj. 25th-2Sth.: 1 next week. Belgian benefit. Mrs. Brigham, DEPARTMENT
1 Year .....:::::::........... 11.00 Many Social Events for Thanksgiving I'
% eetly. 6 Months .................... ..5 Wednesday Wm. BeardaH, and Mr. Edwin lr'l --'--
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IX 3 P. M.-Dean and Mrs. TJemsen, "at ,' Thanksgiving will truly be a "gala man in charge.
ADVANCE home." !I day" for Orlandoites. The Boy Scouts And last, but not least, is the din-
TO ADVERTISERS Unity Circle, "The Old and New" !' will start the day's celebrations by a I ner served to homeless and lonesome
: Way of Keeping Thanksgiving; ,
Townsend and Mrs. hike across country, having breakfast boys who are in our town, by Mrs.
other handsetad.rrtising leaders, Mrs. i
Copy for display and all I
mail be Sandra in at the business Sherman. jof j i j hot rolls and coffee at five o'clock Topliff, in the building opposite the
",. office of the Sentinel not later than rule 2 applies p. m. Twentieth Century Club; Miss An- '! at Eola park. Scoutmasters Burden, I Grand theater, on Pine street. h
to the rhanrn day before for publication.contract advertUinr This : it U toinette Slemons, hostess. ', Woodnick and Lindsey in charge. I Dancing Club
invariable and mill be strictly adhered to. Thursday I I I
At eleven o'clock of
-Subscriber desiring The SenU-I-;; n- 11 I.-Union Thanksgiving ser- j I many our peo- The Dancing Club organized last
tinued should notify the office in writing on vice at the Methodist church. I pie will follow the old time custom week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. II
the date of expiration otherwise it will be Thanksgiving services at the Episcopal j I I of the first Thanksgiving day, and, Seth Woodruff held the first of their
continued at the regular subscription rates.
-, until notice to top is received. church. ((like the Puritans, offer praise and regular weekly gatherings at the
Telephone Numb r ...................... 24 8 P.M.-Card party: hooter Kove I| thanks the Prince of Peace I .
in the
Xottage; Mrs. Rosister and :Miss | to Country Club last night. Those who !

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 23;), 1914. Rossiter, hostesses. j I several services in the different. are members are Mr. and Mrs. Harry I
-- Friday I churches of the town. j Beeman, Mr. Lester Beeman, Mr. and
VODKA IS DEAD- 3 P. I.-St.Chapter Cecelia's House. Guild, Episcopal I j The woods, "God's first temples," Mrs. C. B. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. I

Russia once drunken is now sober. "Commission Bazaar," West Pine seem to be the most popular place Seth Woodruff, Dr. and Mrs. Sylvan

This sentence spells volumes for the street; Presbyterian young ladies. I for the day's outing. Added to the MeElroy, :Miss: Margaret Hart, Mr.
Russian empire in its march to en- 8 P. :\1.-The Rose Ball, Sanfcrd long list of campers: already afield A. C. Hart. All the new dances were

lightenment, civilization and perpetual House, Sanford.Saturday I will be Mr. and Mrs. Merle MeElroy, practiced, and these couples will

progress. Czar Nicholas by one Second day of "Commission! Bazaar." I Frank and Kendrick Guernsey a make efficient leaders at the larger
word has raised the standard of man- 3P.M.-Nullos Club; Mrs. LeRoy B. fariily party composed of Messrs. dances given this winter.To MENUFOR

hood in his vast nation. If one man Giles hostess. Ned and Arthur Butt and families, Sew for Needy
For Miss Brewer
by one word could command the most Last evening "Dixie," the beauti- and Vr. and Mrs. John Burden, Miss Several ladies who have banded together -
inhuman war of all ages to cease Minnie Burden, and Mr. and Mrs. to sew for the needy in the
ful home ofIr.. and Mrs. E. A.
Peace might be spelled. Thomas, on Lucerne Circle, was the James Burden; Lake Howell. war district met at the home of Mrs. THANKSGIVINGDINNERS
o affair Quite a large party will take din- Harry Beeman yesterday afternoon,
scene of a most delightful ,
WIlY. ? when Miss Winnie Thomas and :Miss ner at M.J.Daetwyler's country place, and spent the time very busily. The
There is one thing that is never Thelma Hammond entertained in honor "Twin Lake Shores," Mr. and Mrs. garments completed will be sent to .
understood in Florida by the new Robert Waldron. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Red Cross headquarters in this coun-
of the latter's cousin, Miss; Dena
comer, and that is "Why is the cap- The I .Ir.' and Mrs. Kenyan, Mr. Lyons, try and distributed by them to the SOUPS
Brewer, of Savannah, Ga. spacious -
ital located at Tallahassee, and not drawing rooms were thrown Mr. and Mrs. McCauley, Mr. and Mrs. foreign countries. Puree of Tomato
in some other city nearer the central Hovey, and Mr. and Mrs. Daetwyler.The Sorosis Club
for dancing and were artistically
portion of the state?" In various open and Giles family will spend the day The Sorosis Club held a most inter Boullion
decorated in ferns poinsettias.The
ways this question has been an- members of the societyset I at the Country Club, Mr. and Mrs. esting meeting Tuesday afternoon, ConsommeOx
swered. Some aver that Tallahasseewas younger Jas. L. Giles, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy B. Miss Safford speaking on the recent ..--
All the
were the guests. new Tail
the largest inland city in Floridaat Giles, and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Weath- Suffrage convention, and Miss Harton
in, these
dances were indulged young
the time the state was admittedto enthusiastic ersbee, where they can play golf to the U. D. C. state convention.This Mock Turtle
being so over
the Union. But that doesn't an- their hearts' content. "
them. A delicious salad course was ; many
swer the question to the satisfaction served during the evening.Mrs. There will be many others at the guests were invited. Mrs. Mahlon FISH
j I
of the new comer. There is nothing Clarence Brown Hostess club, including Mr. and Mrs. Turner Gore, assisted by a committee, served
Tuna Fish
small about us when we suggest that Evans, Harry Dickson, Guernseys, tea and wafers.
Orlando would be hundred times :Mrs. Clarence Brown was hostess
a and others who have not reported.The French Sardines
better suited for a capital city than yesterday afternoon for the Younger HOME INNTHANKSGIVING
Tallahassee. Matrons Card Club. Besides the club Ives family will have a family

o members, the guests were :Mrs. Es- dinner at the home of Sidney Ives, DINNER RELISHES

WOULDN'T IT? sington, Mrs. Glenn, Mrs. Phil Slem- Jr., on North Orange avenue, Mr. 73;) Cents
and Mrs. S. E. Ives, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Richelieu Sweet Relish Celery
Ives and Mrs. Jos.
It would be a funny world if on ons, :Mrs. Sidney Baked
Turkey, Oyster Dressing
Finch and Miss
Scruggs son, Eunice
f; Thursday a cablegram would be Bumby. The club prize was won by Cranberry Sauce Lettuce
Ives :.:.. :arion
IvesIisa Glichrlst.
flashed around the world that Czar Mrs. Louis Dolive, and Mrs. Slemons Celery Fruit SaladLettuce
A happy party composed of Mr. Iadishes Sliced Tomatoes
f for the at
; Nicholas was serving a slice of tur- won a book highest score
and Mrs. F. A. Curtis, Misses Ella, Creamed Potatoes
key and cranberry sauce to Kaiser the guest table. Escalloped oysters, Candied Yams TURKEY, Cranberry Sauce
hot rolls and coffee were Kate and Margaret Switzer, and Mr. Green Lima Beans
William, and in turn the Kaiser was asparagus
Tom Switzer, will spend the day at Macaroni and Cheese
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passing the gravy to King George, -- -
their camp on Lake Apopka. Steamed Rice VEGETABLES
iI. and then to have Poincaire say to a 1111110 t t 11111 11I111110 t.\. Plum Pudding Fruit
Francis Joseph, "Joe, old boy' here'sto A large party will motor over to Pound Cake Fruit Cake Turnips Egg Plant String Beans
T. F.HOURIHAN :| the opening of the Chuluota hotel, .Salted Almonds Mints
you; take a slice of my white meat, Lima Beans Corn
I have too much;" and then, for instance Messrs. Duckworth, Yowell, Barnes, Tea Cocoa Coffee I
to have little Servia pass his Licensed Plumber and = Brown, Hurlburt and Drew, with Asparagus Tips Green Peas
Sanitary Engineer .. their families, and others whose JUNIOR AUXILIARY SALE
plate back to Nick and ask for a second -
Estimates Furnished jobbing names we have not learned.Mr. .
helping of the dressing and cold The
Attended to. Junior Auxiliary of the Cathedral
Promptly : : SALADS
slaw, only to have Nick say, "Serve, and Mrs. J. Ralph Yearby will parish will hold the annual sale
old chap, ,take the whole turkey, I PHONE 629 : : arrive home today just in time to eat at Bishopstead on Saturday after- Chicken Salad

never did care for it." Instead, how- Io6 Court Street : turkey with the Rock family. Mrs. noon o'clock., November Tea and 28th home, beginning made cake at 2 '' Lobster Salad

ever, the Thanksgiving dinner in Eu- | Joseph Bumby, Sr., will have as her will be served. ll-25-4t ,
ORLANDO FLORIDA guests for the day her Frank Crab Salad
rope will be a few hot bullets serveda son, I
la King with fried bayonets siz- who has been spending some time in I Put your Christmas ads. in The I

zled in shrapnel; and howitzers 111111111.IOI..llllllal..t,! Sanford, and Mr. and Mrs. Dawner, Sentinel. They will bring results. Ib Ii I Ii FRUITS
smothered in Krupps. Little cause i i

of thanksgiving in Europe. .11111.111..111111111111.111..1..1.1..111.1.1..11.401..1.. Richelieu Canned Peaches
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"MADE Opportunity IN-0--U. is S.-the word for the J( filMS O DEVELOPED II Cherries Pears Apricots

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American. It was pronounced on PRESERVES OF ALL KINDS

August 1. Its magic meaning has s Sweet Pickles Pears Peaches
had results. Goods once manufactured i I

It in Great Britain, France, and 10 Cents Per Film I Cherries Cantaloupes Goosberries

Germany are now being manufac- PHARMACY !

,. tured in the workshops of the United
States. Chemicals, medicine, delicate' MilleUlllllle II III U II III U.till 8 I IC e IIIII II 1 eo IIC II lei Ie 011 III I..f I Illlelollll..II.llllcallllg.t DESSERT

and intricate instruments, and a mul- Fruit Cake Plum Pudding
titude of other articles are being de- ; 'f IDG..I'JLL.II.8..JIIIIIIIII"I"I'I'I llt"I;

signed by brains and hands as skilled, II I Pineapple Figs

but not as long trained, as those of I Nuts of all Kinds

.; Germany, France or England. When Gifts That Endure I

the angel of peace enshrouds the CAFE
ghastly battlefields the United States NOIR
will have a merchant marine; raw (Chase & Sanborne Brand)

products once sent to Europe will be

finished and then transported; ma-

chinery once supplied to Russia by The very air is now becoming charged with the TEA
France and Germany will now be sold (Chase & Sanborne
to them by US. It will be "Made in spirit of giving, for Christmas will soon be here. Special)
U. S." and "
not "Made in Germany,
and all because the ear drums of a SOMETHING NEW
thousand capitalists heard the knockof The choice and preferred gift is the one which endures, Hires Champagne

"Opportunity" ringing at the because it suggests the continuity of love and friendship, The Ginger Ale
threshold of our economic life. finest produced

CORRECTIONThe c Such a gift is a watch or piece of jewelry.You ,

property owners on Summerlin will find at our store everything that would distin-
Place will soon have a pavement from
Main street to West street. The item guish a first-class jewelry store-gifts of rare value for the lavish

in The Sentinel, "The city will pay spender, and an almost unlimited choice of less expensive, but

for the brick and the property own- charming gifts to suit the limited income.
ers will pay for the laying of the

same," should have read, "the city

will pay for the laying of the brick We are sure our selections will please you.

and the property owners will pay for
the brick." By correcting this itemin

Tuesday's Sentinel the city will

not lose any money.THANKSGIVING DICKSON .IYfS CO.


Mrs. Topliff, of the Model cafe, .DEP ARTMENT STORE

will give a dinner for poor young .. ..
men in the vacant room opposite the i

Grand theatre Thanksgiving day. Orlando ;Orange Avenue Florida ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
The dinner will be served at about :3

o'clock. I .I.i

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Messrs.V.. R. O'Neal and Joseph AT
1" Cheney have returned from their
brief outing to Whittier. Donald
Cheney, upon his brother's return,
departed for the camp for a few days I I

stay. V Jewelry for ChristmasWe

have on display now a big assortment of Jewelry for

Thanksgiving evening 9 o'clockat the Holidays.
the Elks Home, for benefit of
SANDS OF FATE gians. Tickets $1.00. Come .
Bel-I' -.. j
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; come all; and have a happy time.ll252t :
A Two-Reel ot the Great American Desert. ;
Majestic. Story I .= v"".,,
Don't forget the Sentinel want ads.

"HIGH SPOTS ON BROADWAY I i n It is not too early to FCC.-t your presents, now-nothing has n

THAT GOOD I been picked over. .

Keystone. They Sure Do Hit the High Spots. i

GULf u U Un

Tomorrow---"The Battle of the Sexes," in five parts. SOLINEi

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

Automobile Contest. i UUAUTO OIL U I 0n U

I Same: Little Prices I l I f ARE THE BEST--FOR YOUR CAR :

Deliveries or shipments of Gaso-
IIBIMMMIiCIIMMIOMIIflllilHlimilMilllllllllllHM < IIOMMCIIIMM., line and Kerosene in 50 gallon lots
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Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tremains are I I EMPIRE HOTELTHANKSGIVING city and county. Drums for shippingand u
expected to arrive in Orlando from I storage tanks kept on hand.
DINNER We will gladly lay away your selections until you want them.
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., the week end
12 to 21'.M. 6toSP.M6 I
Weed and little son, Leland,
from Warren, Ohio, have apartmentsat to spend the winter, as has been their Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit We INVITE you to look at our goods before buying.
Oak usual custom for several years. i i Oyster Cocktail all cars. Give make of car when you
Lodge. Chicken Soup English StyleMulligatawny
Mr. E. II. l\IcNeilleft yesterday af- ; order. D
Mrs.\ N. M.\ Cogswell, of Clarcona, I \ Osaca
ternoon for Trilby, where he will ;i Olives Celery.
yesterday.represented west Orange in the city spend several days looking after his ,' Filet de Pompano St. Marie ..11i: &z CO
Pommes Parisienne
naval business ,
stores and other interests -
Mr.\ E. M. Rabon, of Dundee, was GULF REFINING CO.I
i 1'Roast Vermont Turkey .; 11 JEWELERS
in Orlando his
yesterday calling on
Among the season's guests arriv-i,, Stuffed Oyster Dressing I
many friends. ing at the New Lucerne yesterday Cranberry Sauce P. G. WALTON, Agent RELIABLE REPAIRING. "EVERYTHING GUARANTEED."
Filet :Mignon a la Bearnaise
Artistic photographs for Christmasnow
were :Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hathaway Mignons of Lamb Travita
at Evans', No. 100 North :Main. I Office Phone 430.
and .Mrs. Bennett, mother of Mrs. \
Residence Phone 269.
11-23-tf; Hathaway, from | Pear Charlotte Glaise _.
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Mrs. Frank Smith writes The Sentinel Mr. Trott, who \
Joseph went to I New Potatoes en Cream
They run almost! anything and everything -
that she will leave Lancaster
soon Charleston, S. C., a few days ago to j Candied Yams
N. II., for Altamonte Springs. enlist in the United States navy, returned I French Peas on wheels these days.

Judge Geo. F. Parker, of Kissimmee home last night, having failedto Steamed Rice Macaroni au Gratin
was a visitor to Orlando yester- to the FOR RENT
come up regulatoin by five j Waldorf Salad W44 ?+ip?{ IIJIIIIIIII'
day. and a half pounds.Mr. j :
Pumpkin Pie Mince\ Pie
Francis Ellison and Francis Nelson and Mrs. E. P. Monroe, of Riv-I, Lemon Custard Pie

of Taft, were in Orlando yes erton, N. J., were among the arrivals i i i, English Plum Pudding !cCULLOCffSiDepartment S To responsible party who will make yearly lease. Six
terday. )I in Orlando yesterday afternoon on Devil's Food and Pound Cake

Before having pictures see "life the Tampa Special. They are members After Dinner Maple Mints Mousse Cream s. i room Cottage, containing all modern conveniences fit

motion pictures" at Evans', 100 North of the old guard and their many 73; cents Demitasse
Lake Lucerne which
America Street
I No. 108 near \\yill
Main. 11-25-tf I friends are pleased to see them againin Store ;

Mrs. E. II. Giles left yesterday af- their pretty home on Lucerne Cir- reserve Parties them desiring in advance.tables will please be ready for occupancy December 1st. The building has
ternoon to spend six weeks with relatives -
been entirely renovated and new plumbing installed. *
and friends in Arcadia, her old Mr. Benway, wife, two sons and an TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
uncle, who made 1095 mile a
home. a trip .
.::: .
Miss Ruby Neil Thompson will overland from Hartford, N. Y., arriv- LOST-A ladies' gun metal c_::;v. -.i.lna c.n.i "
ing here Saturday afternoon, located watch, Waltham movement. Reward -
are -
leave this afternoon for Plant Cityto
$5.00. Address 407 Palmer St., 1
visit her sister, Mrs. Harry Root, at 415 Church street, having city. 11-23-ltc GlasswareCooking S.Y.WAYInsurance
over Thanksgiving.Mrs. taken apartments at Oak Lodge, the |
popular apartment house, corner of ART PUPILS can make beautiful
M. J. Dean, of Mount Meigs, Christmas gifts. Come and join *
Ala., who has been visiting her son, I East Church and Osceola streets. the class under Miss Echols. Room and Real Estate Agent

J. L. Dean, for more than a month, Mrs. Kingsbury, of Northeast, Pa., 43, Watkins building. Phone 218
has returned to her home. who with her niece, Miss Eastland, after 8 p. m. 11256t'OSTEOPATHY Utensils A
and brother, Mr. Allen, had apartments --- -- PHONE 172
Mrs. James Slemons and son, Master Oak i &
i at Lodge last year, writes : Watch window for Monday -
Jim, returned yesterday from that they hope to start for Oak Lodge
Terre Ceia, on the West Coast, where ;soon; that had it not been for the ill- i specials. .
they had bene visitng relatives. of her brother, who
I was rapidly DR. J. C HOWELL
i 128 S. Orange Avenue
Mrs. K. M. Killian, of Brookline, I improving, they would be in Orlando Hours, 10-12, 3.5, and by appointmentNo I' Advertise in The Sentinel
Mass., has arrived in Orlando to
now.Mr. extra charge tor nouse treatment IQltDIIIOIIIIIIIIIIIIQ ,.. &
spend the winter and is pleasantly located and Mrs. Mervin S. Spencerand Except Night Calls.Telephone -- ----- -- -- --
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at the New Lucerne.Mr. daughter, Miss Lena B. Spencer, connections IIDI.OC OJI.II cllel e aoal' ...... .. M..IO...
C. II. Tilden, of Oakland, wasa of Milerton, N. Y., arrived in Orlando Office cor. Orange and Central Area .CllllliIIIIIIIIIO.Q.I'IIII. : II.I O.'IIJe.'I.eQ'+t..t.t..t.a'l.al"' llllaI'

representative citizen transacting yesterday afternoon on the Tampa

business at the county capital yester- Special to spend the winter. They -.
have a nice home at 606 LaFayettestreet
day. Concord Park, and went im- VENEER CORES
Mrs. M. Lawrence and Mrs. Stone :
to it, where
mediately they will be
regular winter visitors to Orlando, $1.25Per
glad to see any of their old friends.
have arrived from Lowell, Mass., and
have nice apartments at the New Lu- SIX COURSE THANKSGIVING Strand Up


Miss Roberta Beacham returned Mrs. Cornish, at the Tea and Rest OAK WOOD We have employed expert
last evening from New York where ; Room, will serve an Old Fashioned Orlando Wood YardB. .
she had been for several days with [I Southern Thanksgiving Dinner. 75c.
her mother, Mrs. B. Beacham, and ,; per plate. From 12 to 2. W. Kin sley, Proprietor and who is
sister, :Miss Norma. Mrs. Beacham j 11252tcTo PINE STREET Telephone AND 344 R. R. radiator body man

and Miss Norma will return in a few j be convinced of the producing 9-30

days.; 1 power of Sentinel want ads.-try one. .... ready to stop that leak in your radiator -

If::i:::::::::::::::::::::: :! :: : :! ::!:::::::::I.:::::::::::::::::::::1.1::::: 1 or make those crushed fen-

ders look like new.

. :f Kelly-Springfield Tires are all ; :

\\ FIRSTS, no "Seconds." Drop :in and see him, we guar- .

antee satisfaction.


;,ti Kelly Tires are GUARANTEED j

w for 3,500 miles, but we would be : ;

ashamed of one that didn't give f; I

twice that milage. :

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1 Kelly Tires are made for service :
: : Jn
Orlando Auto ou

- I & Supply Co. not for ADJUSTMENT. |vHIIIMMIiHIMaiMIMIIIIIMl aag

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FOR RENT-Five room cottage part-
l..umber Lath and
ly furnished. Near Lake Cherokee. Shingles
SENTINEL Price ll-24-6t reasonable. Apply 402 Osceola.

FOR RENT Furnished in
rooms up-
WANTSThe stairs apartment, with private fam- 4 7 I 1: I -
ily. The rooms are nicely fur- $ \
+ r"
Y nished, close in, and board can be obtained V .
f -- tv t
d next door. Apply 101 East ; t ar"
Robinson avenue. ll-24-6t*
Morning Sentinel Want
Directory is the Greatest Want FOR RENT ORLANDO
I Ad Medium in Orlando. Two furnished bungalows two miles
south of the city on Lake Jennie 1
M i Terms Cash in Advance. Jewel. Everything complete. A party
from New York will be here in a
i RATES days to of the four 1
.ew occupy one
For One Day ______________25t; we have, with a touring car that will Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Liipe
I For Three Days ____________30c make easy access to the city. Theseare ,
For Six Days _______________73c; particular HOMES for particular

SI I 100 BARGAIN For One Month ____________$2.30 I people. SeeCIIADWICK . . . . . . . . . . . . : 3w
i This rate applies on all ads of iiMMIMIMIMtMIIIIIMMMMMIImportant . . . . .;tt"" +
25 words or less: If the ad con- I for further particulars. 19 West
tains more than 25 words the rate I Church street. Phone 398. Open
5 acres in tract-all cleared and I will be one cent per word for evenings. 1-24-Gtc f
each additional word, for each in- E""USr: ESS
fenced. About 100 full bearing sertion.If FOR RENT-Furnished for light 1

orange trees which will produceover you can't bring your ad to I housekeeping, suite of large, pleas
the office No. 24. Ac-
telephone ant rooms; all modern conveniences;
300 boxes this season. counts will be 1
opened by telephone also two nice sleeping rooms; private
payable the following day.Every family; close in. 312 North Main bt.
ll-22-6tc. .. friendships result from the right introduction, and
House Barn and Home-Every Business
EeryIan has use for a FOR RENT Large, pleasant fur- the most important ones come through the right banking con
Sentinel Want Ad. nished rooms, close in, with private -

Good WellWe 11-22-6t family. 302 N. Orange avenue. nections. Association is the keynote of all business succes. We ;

advise those looking for a FOR SALE FOR RENT Furnished rooms for :: invite you to open an account with us where a personal' inter-

FOR SALE-The attractive 8 room light housekeeping also two large
low priced piece of country prop- ; :: est is taken in depositor.ORLANDO I
dwelling, 202 Hillcrest avenue; sleeping rooms; all conveniences; every
erty to call at our office and talk modern and complete in every re close in. 305 oNrth Main street. I II i
over the matter with us. This spect. If interested call up phone 11-22-3 :: 'tij

offering will not last long. 5G5. 11-24-tf FOR RENT-Several furnished rooms BANK & TRUST CO.
FOR SALE-Ten acres fine orange for rent at Formosa, two blocks ij i
land; about 3 acres cleared; 3-4 ofa from Florida Sanitarium, on pike, t
mile south of Gill's store and 1-2 across from S. D. A. church. Most
ORLANDO BUILDING & [LAND CO mile east of Lake Conway, on terminal reasonable. Address, Mrs. II. T. "IIIIII.t'I"III"I'IIII'I"lt' '
of proposed brick road. Ad- Moon, Formosa, Fla. 11-22-St ..u. . .. . .. ::.tti:1'L ,-;: l ( :I :: Jtl ( 'Clt""I':,".

dress Anna II. Piatt, R. l:. No. 1, Box _. _
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II North Orange Avenue 43, Orlando. FOR RENT-Furnished room; good OtlHIMMMMtMMMMIIMIIIMMIIOur IIIIII II I II" 1.11'1111111.- ,,
location, on Lake Eola; rent rea- "
PHONE 608 FOR SALE OR TRADE-I have one sonable. Apply at 214 East Robinson -
7-room house, nicely located, mod- avenue. 11-19-Gt* ; :
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL ern in every respect. Will consider
auto in part payment. Address, FOR RENT-Three connecting roomson t
C. E. P., Conway, Fla., Box 43, R. R. ground floor, furnished for light Ii CLOTHIN 'i1
FRED B. DALEC. No. 1. ll-21-8t housekeeping; electric lights; use of
H. BRYANT bath. No. 304 East South St. Phone
FOR SALE-Eight good draft mules, 373. 11-19-Gt
t I
for sale cheap. R. D. Waring,
F. A. PEPPERCORN, Contractor
L Rooms 4 and Watkins Block. FOR RENT-Suite of rooms now occupied -
stock ofjj
t- I 11206tc. by Dr. Christ. Long term I new
tenants only desired. Jno. M. Cheney.

I Business DirectoryFor I and FOR for orange SALE-Nice small trees family; ,six; comfortable grapefruit'squares of, guava home post- FOR 11-13-tfc RENT-Apartment of four nice- Ml. and Winter

-BUSY MEN.- office.Marion 11-18-lmo avenue Apply ,to or W.Hotel D. Astor.West, 510 bath Magnolia ly,furnished new avenue.house rooms; adults; gas only., separate 11-10-tf-604 J jj: Clothing |

FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. '
FOR SALE-Good work horse, at a Inquire No. 8 West St.
Washington Made SCHLOSS BROS. is
bargain; perfectly sound; young; 11-8-tfc f by coming
T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. good condition. Address R. D. War- ,
r Conscientious work at fair prices.:: ing, Room 4-6, Watkins Bldg. FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with
, Phune 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf 11-20-tfc garage; elegantly furnished; on and we are anxious for you to see our
Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. I
f FOR SALE-A lot of saw mill ma- 8-27-tf
i, Your general LAUNDRY laundry work, French chinery; boilers engines, etc. Will i New Styles and high class tailoring. Best
trade for real estate, sell
or on easy FOR RENT-Seven room house
dry cleaning, and pressing will be ap- ; wa-
t preciated. Satisfaction and service terms. R. Waring, Rooms 4 and 6, ter, gas, electric lights, bath, etc.;
l_ guaranteed. Open September 28th. Watkins Block. ll-20-6tc barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by place in the city to buy clothing.
Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry, 200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange
. fvr whites only. 9-25-tf FOR SALE-Five room house, one avenue. 10-3 i-tf
1 mile from court house, $650. One

t't Up to date painting, papering, etc., Liberty Brush automobile, $75. In- FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con-
t I quire Shoe Hospital, 8 East Church
veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A.
is the kind Where
want. to get
- you street. ll-17-lmo Knox. 11-3-tf w.MliHliMMIIIIIitilMMtMliMMi M. SLEMONS
i it! That's easy, phone 636.V.. T. :

Entrican. 1-20-tf FOR SALE-40 II. P., five passenger FOR RENT FURNISHEDThreelarge I
Buick touring car, in first class airy rooms, and sleeping
c condition looks like new. Will trade porch; near Lake Lucerne. Mrs. J. E.
E Eat what you want. for ; interest Foster, 411 South Boone street. . . .., r'I'-lnlrl'II'I 'ICII'I' .
; :Eat Take;; all a you postscript want. and forget it. bearing paper.property R. D.or Waring good Rooms 11-11-tfc 'HIIMMMMMMHIM . . . . tC "I'I'

For sale by all druggists. 4 and 6, Watkins Block. 11-20-6tc ---.

1-7-d&w-lyr WANTED . . . . . . . I..III.I IIIII-*-*-.
FOR SALE-One seven passenger .1. I .al..e.u.J 'UII..JII.U.I ...t.1.I..IIIII..U. .
WANTED At white
T. F. HOURIHAN. Licensed Plumber. six cylinder automobile, 1 ;year old, once woman
with first class references, to cook '
Conscientious work at fair prices. I first class condition. Don't answer wash and iron for small family, in
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf unless interested. Address Bargain,
city. Address P. O. Box 299. rYftft't
care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf II
! BUYERS AND SELLERSI I 11-22-tf. 1 I ;

FOR SALE-One horse.13 Veach WANTED-One or more cars to

buy, sell, rent, and exchange real street. 11-4-tf drive and care for; will keep them
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., out of garages; first-class mechanic; Bros' famous tI
over 30 years. Have handled over FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston any car. Address, C. II. W., care 4 We have received a car of
$20,000,000. Call and see me. Wakefield, $1.00 per thousand. Sentinel. 11-22-3t* t fI.
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.A. Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. ,
I 10-28-tf MULES WANTED-One pair of good

W. DOWDELL, plasterer, mason I FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. months.large mules Give wlntedfor weight and the winter terms. I. Porslanlyke Iron Bedis

and cement worker. 516 W. Church i Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas- Box 604, Orlando postoffce.: %1
St. Phcne 420. 10-25-1m! tle. 9-18-tf 11-18-tfc

NOTICE FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine ROOMS FOR RENT : There is nothing that will compare with the finish\
Get your roses now and have lots.f hammock land; eight in grove; the
bloom through the winter. Roses present crop of oranges will be from NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, I i that are on Foster Beds, and OUR PRICES for these Ii
now ready for shipment. 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, to adults only. 409 Delaney street.

11-3-tf\\". II. BROKAW, Salesman. one ready and for quarter sttting miles-10 acres from Apop in lake.1., 10-25-tf: {II beds are far less than others charge for the sable t.

Price 178, Orlando, $5,000., Fla.Address W. H.9-23-tf, Box MISCELLANEOUSI style bed that has nothing near the finish. We would 11

Owing NOTICE to the -coo ROSES'' weather, our For Sale MAKE A SPECIALTY of planting like you to call and see this line; nothing like it in

roses are now ready for transplanting. orange and grapefruit trees; all
All orders booked for first ship- 30 Acres citrus and vegetable land, trees guaranteed to live. References f the city. t
20 fenced, 10 cleared,
crop on it now, !
ment should be here by the 10th of furnished. Charges, $6.00 per acre.
ready for planting trees this winter Address, Box 222, Ocoee Fla. ; ;
November.W. II. BROKAW, Salesman. and crop next spring; near school and 11-10-lmo
11-3-tf church; half mile of railroad station; We with all cash sales.
good neighborhood; four miles from ( give coupons ; ;
court house. Special price if taken in THE WILLOLA HOTEL, 406 South
Don't.wait for every one In town to next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando. Orange avenue, is now open. Beau-
have Entrican, the painter, before 10-25-tf tiful location near Lake Lucerne. t
you try. Am too busy to look you Home cooking. Spacious veranda.
up. Phone 636, and I will be on the FOR SALE-At Winter Park, desir- Mrs. W. T. Walker. 11-19-1moc
job. 1-20-tf able building lot, 50x150; 18 bear-
ing trees; two minutes from the bank BLASTING Subsoiling and Dynamiting Kineald Snowden
and postoffice. Price 450. Summer- of all kinds done on short no- 1
Who is your painter and decorator! tin House, Orlando. ll-22-6t tice. A full stock of dynamite in
magazine at all times. See L. N.
If you are satisfied keep the one you
have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican FOR SALE Lewis. 406 S. East street, Orlando.
Ne. 636. 1-20-tf Nursery stock one, two, three and 11-13-lmo Low Priced Furniture House.
four year old buds; Foster Early,
Pineapple, Java, Homosassa. Washington LOST AND FOUND I I.
Eat all want.
you i iI

Take Eat For what sale a postscript you all want.and forget it. Apopka.Navel.Fla. Address Phone 2222.Mrs. M.Kahla-U-tf", LOST Return Heavy to Guernsey's black beaver hardware overcoat.store : II! Cor. Main and Pine'Sts. Orlando, Florida ||

by druggists.l-7-d&w-lyr FOR RENT 'and receive reward. ll-24-3t ** : \\\\\\\\\ '\" \\'\" !! '!I I''tttfffffIflffiff! : ::

FOR RENT-All modern furnished LOST-Saturday night, between :
T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. I
house: Lake Eola; seven rooms Oviedo and Orlando, large bunchof
Conscientious work at fair prices. ''
and bath best location. Return to II. McDaniel.
217 keys.
; Apply
Phone 623. 106 Court
St. 8-23-tf .
I East Robinson avenue. 11-22 Reward. ll-24-3t I GORDOtt'SANOCARRIAGE I ANNOUNCEMENT I


Coal Yard phone 566. 9-31-tf 4 rooms to rent till April 1st; Bouton Brothers, corner Church ,.
kitchenette, bath, fireplace large pi- and Orange avenue. Shoes repaircrwhile I MR. FRITZ I1AUER has opened a
azzas. In Concord Park, 615 Lex- you wait. Best rubber heels, I 1RhNSFLD.R' L. H. RAMSDELi.

NEIL McDUFFEE ington street. ll-24-6t 40 Phone cents.487. Best English tan 11-15-lmo leather.* I B H GGAGE I OPTOMETRIST Violin Studio I

FOR RENT Large convenient rooms (Successor to Dr. C. F. UU_/
L. T. HARRELL, Prop.
for light housekeeping. Al. j pleas- Biggest per cent of profit ever is : R0011 8 ROCK BLew !I
Contractor and Builder ant sunshine front bed room on first ORLANDO. FLORIDA
derived from the use of the Sentinel'swant and Furniture I
floor. Private family and modern Piano WE FIT GLASSES. GRIND LEASES -
Bungalows a Specialty conveniences. 315 West CentraL ad. columns. Moving a Specialty For particulars call at the address. !
Arcade: Building. Orlando I To he convinced of the producing Hours 9:00 to 12:00 a.m.r .
Get, the news in the Sentinel first. power of Sentinel want ads.-try one. .8 E. Church SI. PHONE, 487 OPTICAL REPAIRING t#

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All other assets, 95000. 89 per cent. cash reserve against all MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
ENGLAND INVADED MANY Total, $246,425,000.Capital liabilities, 105 per cent.; cash reserve
against all liabilities after setting
paid in, $18,072,000.
aside 40 per cent.gold reserve against
TIMES Reserve deposits, $227,138,000. I
federal reserve notes in circulation,
Federal reserve notes in circulation cl" -
$1,215,000.Gold 105 per cent. aRtLv- i
f Dsvtoson i
nYloRY SHOWS BRITISH reserve against all' liabilities, Total, $240,743,000.

SLES INVADED MORE ___ _u_ u_ ____ _____ ----- ---

> Order Your Turkeys Now i
Some Invasions "Fizzled"Others y

Were Successful and

Damaging-\Ian-: -

tions Have LandedIn I > > Live Turkeys 25c

the spring of 1909 there was a I 4 Dressed 30cH.
great outbreak of what was derisively ,
dubbed "German-phobia" in Eng- '

land and many prophets (now of more t tI
honor than then ventured to predict SElF
) H. M. & CO.
that Englishmen then living wolud' 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic

see the hosts of the Kaiser on the I Mechanical Oil Pump Step-Starter and 66 Refinements $275.00.W. .

fields of York or Kent. PHONES 80 AND 610

man Charles advocating Russell stronger, a British measures states-of I WHITNEY WRIGHT, I290? 3o? AFroc '

defense against the peril from across "" 1 9 900''if i Mf tWoH>t+G II .. I S I a II p t t tFfAtylbifiii'4M > /

the North sea, attempted to smash
illlll ij Q i ( III Ii Hi III u 01 . e . .
the smug London merchant's convic- tJ I j oJ "' III at Ie' III J III II II It II II I ifOff1
J I t I 8 IIIIII & C III i e 19 MOOC9M .J. IIII t 11 M i 9 M I 8 t C 11 t I ) >J Mlt MI98tII <
tion that the British Isles are safe REAL ESTATEWe
from invasion by showing how easily

they had been invaded in the past. TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD :: ij
lie showed that hostile forces have I
landed on British soil no less than -

fifty-three times since William the buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If COOK WITH GAS ;
Conqueror came over from Normandy 1

in 1066. you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call I ii: ;
Some of these invasions soon fizzled t
; others resulted in the upset ofa and talk your wishes over with us. I _
dynasty. It is true that the two I
greatest dangers threatening Britain The manager of this firm has had years of exper- it
since the Conqueror's time-the Span- 1. Convenience 6. Speed Iif
ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a t
ish the
Armada and proposed expe-
dition across the Channel of Napoleon f 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency Ii
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last I
Bonaparte-were successfully

parried.found But difficult in general to pick it a was secluded seldom two years. | 3. Cleanliness 8. Safety .j!. J .

harbor and throw several thousandmen We are well posted on the value of all classes and 9. Perfect Regulation it -
ashore before defenders could I 4. Simplicity
arrive in sufficient force to do more kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all t of Heat

than put a more or less perfunc- 5. Accessibility
tory resistance.up bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real f 10. Economy s

Hostile troops landed fourteen Estate Bargains. i it
times in the eighteenth century, thir- Z
teen times in the seventeenth cen- itn
tury, five times in the sixteenth, eleven -
times in the fifteenth, and six n
times in the fourteenth.The I

Danish, nationalities Norman, French included, Spanish were, i Jr Efficient because the fire need not be lighted until all the food is

may Dutch be and a bit American.surprising The, but last the named dar- R. D. WARING, Manager Jl ready to be cooked. Because the moment the cooking is done

ing Paul Jones carried his sword to ; : the fire is turned off
the shore of Britain four times in t Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf I: ; : : and all expense ceases. Because there is no

1778-79, on one occasion destroyingthe : :| \ waste as the fire is concentrated on the place where it is needed
residence of Lord Selkirk. It is i

to be noted, however, that many of paO M-tJ .::-Hi"i.dIE<+S:O+f 34 d:":: : ..c f> i ::*.. and none of the heat escapes up the chimney. Because when
these invasions of Great Britain were
aided by British of a faction opposedto IQllli 'II ODDIIIII'IIIIO Q.IOI : ;| you cook with Gas you utilize every cent's worth of fire ,you buy. i
the rulers or even had British lead-
ers for their foreign troops. THE CHASE & CO il.
Since 1798 Great Britain has been

free from invasion-126 years. It is I. I i PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDO I ',
this long period of peace which got ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
the British into the confirmed belief Is modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- ,
that William the Conqueror was the date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the

last to invade their land and would PROPER PACKING GAS DEPARTMENT lb. :
stay the last indefinitely. I FIRST AID TO I

HIGHEST PRICES .. .IS..iIICI...'{ I .' . lil.I.II.I.III.I.J.... ;
FOR HEAD COLDS OR which, however, would not accomplish the end desiredby Ittl.lell ., I&tlt) .III ; ,. ... . .IIIII.III'I." .
the grower, if he did not also have available the services --- ---

ANY CATARRH ILL HERE IS A GENUINE 1 t I III I I ] 1111. II II III I . II II I D I D e .'r. tilf t .-t i

Surely use Hjomei; it quickly ofTHE I
clears the head, stops the disagreeable CHASE & CO
nasal discharges, soothes and BARGAIN LETIE! BEAUTIFY YOUR GROUNDS
heals the inflamed lining of the air SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM I
passages-:you feel better at once. WHETHER A COUNTRY ESTATEOR
When jour nostrils are clogged, which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, ccpe-
you suffer with dull headaches, or rienced, competent and'reliable. WHO WILL BE THE LUCKY A SMALL CITY LOT
have that consant frog in the throat J
Hyomei is the remedy that will give GIVES THE GROWER MAN TO GET IT? '
the quickest, most effective and last- HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS ;
ing relief possible-it goes right to Two acres just out side the 'II
the cause of the trouble and quickly
ends jour misery. You simply CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED city limits in a number one AT REASONABLE PRICES
breathe Hyomei using the small inhaler GROVERS'IARKETING AGENTS neighborhood. Impvovedwith ,,
that comes with com-
plete outfit. C YIA-SE & CO., 110 citrus trees, 20 in, .
Hjomei immediately reaches all the i bearing.. A nice pinery with Werner F. Nehrlin j jI
raw and inflamed tissues lining the Main Office, Jacksonville, Florida I
nose and throat driving out the one thousand bearing plants,
9-30-d&w A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. I
poisonous secretions and healing the and other Florida fruits for LANDSCAPE "
sore spots-dull headaches vanish- ... . . . . . I ARCHITECTAND
home Good
you breethe freely. Even the worst use. room I -
cases respond quickly. It is impos- bungalow furnished, chicken
sible to use Hyomei and not be im- ; CONSULTING HORTICULTURIST
mediately benefited. house and stable. Locatedon
IIyomei can be had from lcElroy a nice corner. A fine lit- ; If you contemplate planting citrus grove
Pharmacy, and is very inexpensive.W&F. r tle home for little money. it will pay you to get my advice.


RESERVE BANKS Balance on easy terms. We, Tampa, Fla. I
i are exclusive agents. for this
S Weekly Statements Showing General it R property. Oftice Above PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
. Condition Will Be _
Published BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS Cooper Atha PHONE 570 n-io-ti *

Washington, Nov. 24.-The first LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS III
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statement of the condition of the South Orange Are, Ground Floor
Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
twelve federal banks has been
reserve Phone No. 311
1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction -
made by the federal reserve board.It .
includes operations for the five during that time: Furnished Homes for Sale

preceding days and is preliminary tot Touring Car $555.00 Atlantic Coast Line
tailed statements hereafter to be
Runabout -
issued weekly. from

Members of the board did not of tak-expect T. 0. B. Orlando. All can fully equipped. NORTH AND WEST Special for 10 DaysNo.
rediscounting operations
Further we will be able to obtain the.maximum. efficiency
ings of the federal reserve notes to In our factory production and the minimum cost in ear Limited"Flyer""Dixie 14 Rooms with two baths No.3. 4 Room cottage; modern i I
be large until' the banks were in bet- J purchasing and between sales the departments above dates.if we r-ach an output "Seminole Limited" centrally located. Owner's price, throughout; several bearing orange j

ter working condition with their first 300.00 And should can we reach this production we acne to pay u "Montgomery Route" $5,000.No. and$2,500.grapefruit trees. Owner's price, 4\
reserve installments collected and the the buyer's share from $40 to ISO per car (on or about "South Atlantic Limited" 1
who purchases a new 2. 5 Room bungalow, on beautiful These homes are all ready to step
to retail buyer Pullman cars from Chicago, St. Louis,
Au .tl.ms) every 1
way paved for handling commercial Ford car between August I, Ult and August 1, ISIS. Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisvilleand lake, with dock and boat; lot into and hang up your hat. I have
business for member banks. For further particulars regarding these low prices and profit- intermediate points to Jackson- 75x450 feet, all set to young budded particular properties for particular i
Statement of Condition sharing plan see ville, Fla. s citrus trees. Owner's price, $3,200. people, city and county. See- "g;
Cash on hand: Gold coin and cer- Dining Cars
tificates, $203,415,000. I F. G. RUSH. ATLANTIC via COAST LINE CHADWICKThe II

Legal tender, silver certificates, Phone 226 Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. .
etc., $37,308,000.Total II G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., Man That Sells Real Estate. 19 W. Church Street. l
$246,425,000.Rediscounts Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla.
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., Watch this space for change in 10 days.
$5,607,000. Lf 38 West Bay St, Jacksonville, Fla. I

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Strictly Business

Repairing A. C. L. YardsA
force of men in charge of Section r'A
Foreman W. L. Daughtry are now at
,, work in the Atlantic Coast Line yardsin
this city, repairing the track and
improving the looks of things in gen-
eral around the depot.
passenger .....
Fort to JacksonvilleMr. ;
BIG is Not L. B. Fort, of the San Juan I II -- '

Garage, is spending today in Jack- .
I (
Starting RightIf sonville looking after the shipment of ; ...(
T T1F .
a new Hudson recently bought by :
had waited to I
our wealthiest men j'I parties in this section. .
start their bank accounts with a BIG I From Plant City .
amount-they would still be waiting. Jlr. E. D. Covington, a popular and"
Little deposits grow to big sums. It's
well known naval stores operator ho I
the little business that has the best chanceto has been spending several days in I 3)0 YOU UNDERSTANDJIov : : 1
the who
become big. It is young man this section, left yesterday afternoonfor
take care of the small sums who will :
can ; his home in Plant City.
be able to handle a big business. On Urgent BusinessMr. / you can personally is boncfit- .
small deposits. Wewel. ;
We encourage .John :M. Lee, well known citi-
tCtl tIle
come new accounts of $1.00. We pay 4 I zen of Kissimmee, spent Tuesday in by vantages accruing to
per cent. i iI I Orlando transacting important busi- the commmunity l>yatescrvo
ness matters with :Mr. R. D. Waring.

STATE BANKof I. Banks Close Thanksgiving 1'ln] Fcilur ] Air ?
Thursday, November 26 (Thanks- \ ;
Orlando giving), is a legal holiday, and all the
I banks in the city, and the postofficewill ::;; : Call, telephone or write and wo will
be closed.
>mail< our booklet v/bicli
Transportation Man Here jiist out---

:Mr. :M. P. Davis, traveling freight explains this act fully anti] clearly. .:
agent of the Louisville & Nashville
!railway, with headquarters in Orlando -I
left yesterday afternoon for
I points in the South in the interest of ;- ;
his road. l.
Drug Representative Here '. ... ..'.. .
:Mr. A. L. Harlee, representing the :. :; ':. :...
:. .
Taylor Drug company Tampa was >: .
For ThanksgivingLet in Orlando yesterday on business.I. .

us send for you by parcel post a C. Representative Here .
Mr. Middlekauf, representing theI.
BOX OF FRUIT C. railway, was in town calling on -
back home for Thanksgiving. It will
his friends, and getting business for ;
make a nice rememberance, at a small ; ;
the road; and also Frank Corwin, of
jil -
the Central of Georgia.Mr. .
Seed Store J. Ralph Peebles, general man-
Wrights ... .
ager of the Tavares & Gulf railroad, '' .' ..... .
:, .
Phone 179 South Orange Avenue has returned from a business trip to -: ':" ::: ::. )- : <.( .
New York.

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i =' i That we guarantee not to tarnish or become dull are in ,I ITUttI ,

,, : cluded in the BIG SALE now going on. i Ig, jl"'iff/I/! ;]

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Great Thanksgiving SaleAt

The Big Store.


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.

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, 69
$....00 quality J. .
------------------------- $2.50 $3.00 $4.00 doz.
TABLE DAMASK, highly mercerized, full 64 ,
inches wide, handsome designs, 75 cent 48
quality c $5.00 ALL LINEN DINNER NAPINS, extra
------------------------------ $1.25 HEMMED NAPKINS, mercerized, $1.25quality
98c value at _____________________________ 4.39
per dozen ---------------------
TABLE DAMASK: 72 inches wide, all pure lin-
en, splendid line of designs, $1.00 quality 79c
TOWELS, hemmed Buck, with small design, a 1 f\
regular 15 cent quality A C
TABLE DAMASK, pure bleached, all l linen; $1.50 ALL LINEN BLEACHED NAPKINS __$1.29
heavy weight, full 72 inches wIde, $1.25 Om QQr TOWELS, hemstitched and all pure linen also '
quality big heavy weight Turkish Bath Towel. 25c .
and 40c. quality
TABLE :\ ;
= Satin ? hemstitched, scalloped and embroid- 00
$1.50 ------------------------------------a- at 50c., 65c., 75c. and _____________ A

TABLE :\ TOWELS a beautiful line, hemstitch-
all scalloped and embroidered at 25c., 35c., 50c
I tiful pure and _____________________________


The1' owe II-Duckworth : 'Co0 ,I

Orlando's Largest Store, "Quality Did It," \

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