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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 29, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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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VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUND NOVEMBER 29, 1914. NU3IBER 2:>0.




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FOUR WARSHIPS ARE OFF CHilE!
TRAFFIC MANAGER HOS- LATEST IMPROVE RULING BY UNITED STATES IS VERDICT CORONER'SINQUEST [

l I BINS RETURNED FROMt : MENT WAS OPENED AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT ;

f'" May Presage a Great Pacific j I JACKSONVILLE YESTERDAY


., Naval Von Battle-General Hindenberg I He\ Has Been in Consultation Large Crowd to Drive Over the To Stop Shipment of Immature HF1 n YESTERDAY[ [

PromotedParis With Organizations-Re- New Pavement Today- sUegulationIar: :

sults Shown in Follow- Nearly One :Mile Be Made Yet :More _
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Nov. 28.-Official and unofficial ing Article Around I StringentWashington -

; reports today from the battle ARMY ELEVEN BEATS LITTLE MARVIN WILDER

1 .fronts in France and Belgium told of Orlando, Fla., Nov. 28, 1914. Lucerne Circle was bubbling with Nov. .-Defining the DIED YESTERDAY AT

numerous thrilling battles in the air. I Announcement is made by the headquarters life yesterday for the new pavementwas minimum of sweetness that oranges

Four remarkable exploits by flyers I of the Florida Growers' and thrown open to the public for must attain on the tree, if later NAVY 20 TO 0 i HOSPITAL
were recorded in today's dispatches.In i Shippers' League here of the successful sweating is not to be held to conceal

the vicinity of Amiens a German i accomplishment of several important the first time. The spinning, careen- inferiority, the department of agriculture FUNERAL OF LITTLE BOY TODAY

flying corps swooped down upon the I cases during the week, as well as ing motor cars with the wide smilesof today announced it "considers MANY NATIONAL FIGURES
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French aerodrome of a French corps I divulging information pertaining to the riders testified to the pride of oranges to be immature if the juice SAW NAVY TRAMPLED

'. November 18, dropping a number of other problems which are now under all citizens in the latest Orlando improvement does not contain soluble solids to, or UPON Wilder Shot From Hehind-

bombs, but the French aviators took I active investigation. Traffic Manager in excess of eight parts to every part
Sits in Jail
Lynn County
r to the air and after a short but fierce I I Hoskins has just returned from of acid contained in the juice, the
battle irj the air the Germans with- Jacksonville, where he has been in The mayor, other city officials anda acidity to be calculated as citris acid Games Yesterday Closed 1911 Repenting of His

;' drew towards the German lines. I consultation with several of the prom- large number of property owners without water: of crystalization." Football Season-Results I Rash Act

Three German biplanes this after- inent shipping organizations in our rode over the new pavement yesterday This decision was made to preventthe From Other Gridiron

noon descended over the French line state, in reference to numerous trans- afternoon. However, it is pre- interstate shipment of immature Contests FACTS IX WILDER TRAGEDY

in front of Ypres... The French artil- portation subjects in which every dicted that today will witness a great citrus fruit colored by sweaing or exposure TilE VERDICTMURDER IX

lery destroyed one machine and grower and shipper in Florida is crowd on the drive. in warm, moist air to an extent Philadelphia, Nov. .-The un- TilE SECOND DEGREE."

forced the other two to flee. I more or. less interested. The length of the pavement is that will conceal its inferiority.The beaten army eleven gave the navy -- -
Numerous houses in Dunkirk were Western Canadian Rates seven-eighths of a mile. regulation may be made more Definition of "second degree," from
team 20 to 0 here this af-
damaged by the bombs dropped from The result of the Jacksonville con- With the paving of the Circle the stringent after further investigation I a beating the statutes:

the German airship, according to official ference was that satisfactory ar- last link in the city paving betweenthe the department announced. ternoon while 22,000 persons lookedon. "When perpetrated by any act imminently -

A news from the cosat city today.. rangements were made with the flor- north and south city limits was It was a walk-away for the dangerous to another and

One man was killed. ida railroads by which through ratesto completed. It is now possible to en- GENERAL FUXSTOX GIVEN TWOMONrIIS' army. The navy never had a chance. evincing depraved mind regardlessof

The British aviators took their turn the entire western portion of Can- ter the city on the north and drive to LEAVE ABSENCE It's line was weak and its puntingwas human life, although without any

in bomb dropping, flying over Ghent I(I adc hich markets were just recently the city limits on the south without bad the forward passing mis- premeditated design to effect the

where the field headquarters of the de-r'oped by Florida, will be restored leaving the pavement, a distance of Washington, Nov. 28.-Major Gen- erable, and the backs couldn't gainto death of any particular individual, it

German army have been ivfstab- on December 5th. In addition 3.2 miles. eral Funston who arrived at Galveston any extent through the strong shall be murder in the second degree.

.,. lished three persons being injuredbut there will be included a number of The pavement its i ag reat testimonyto with the main expeditionary force army line. The army team, on the AND SHALL BE PUNISHED BY

no great damage being done.A .-, promir. .. points in that section of the spirit of the present administration that occupied Vera Cruz will have other hand, was strong in every de- IMPRISONMENT IX TilE STATE

million and a quarter British Reinforcements {'.Canada to which Florida has never the city engineer, the other two months' leave of absence after partment and it seemed to the spec- PRISON FOR LIFE."

have arrived in the last enjoyed the privilege of through pub- officials and the property owners. December 1. tators after the second period began -- -

few days at Havre and other French I lished rates, while California has always that the army gang didn't overly exert Coroner's jury: Judge WHliaQi Martin -
had them. The rates to western itself to do more scoring.
coast points and will be distributed any
presiding; J. H."ick., John W.
;along the front immediately. i. Canada were eliminated from TEMPLE DEGREE RITEBig LIVE QUAIL ON PILOTColored Many notable national figures occu- Pounds, Paul Sanborn William Bum-
The artillery fighting is reported Florida Orange-Pineapple Tariff No. pied box seats and showed much en-
Ly, Henry Bartlett, and J. W. White.
along the whole front in Belgium. 4, issued November 2, effective De- thusiasm. -

She only offensive movement of note cember 5, 1914, by reason of a con- Meeting by Knights Templar Porter at A. C. L. Picks Witnesses: Dr. C. I). Christ; J. A.

.- was! a fresh attack by the Germanson troversy between the Canadian and to Be Held Here Bird Off Pilot of Train Coljer, colored Henry Thomas colored -
the position of the allies south of the Florida railroads over the termsin r.10NEY--OF? COURSE NOTHow
December 3Initiationand No. 92-No Nature Mrs. L. S. Villeneure, and oth-
Ypres and this-was repulsed by the I which the rates were to be pub-
ers.
French.' lished-whether by the box or per Banquet Fake .
..k.. 100 pounds. The League gained I Coud! a Delivery Boy Have -
Thursday, December 3, at 3 o'clock John Ross, the faithful colored The slayer: Eric Lynn. 19 years
Fmir Warships Off Chilean Coast knowledge of the affair three weeks Mono ?-All Over in a old. Father dt'ad.Iotht'r, Mrs. C. R.
and since that time has strivento Olivet Commandery, No. 4, Knights porter down at the Atlantic Coast
ago
uique, Chile, Nov. 28.-Four warships Minute-Oh, You Agen, lives at 312 West Church
I nationally unknown, have been bring about an amicable under- Templar will assemble at the asylumto Line passenger depot, wore a pro- Heart! street. Boy is said to have money in

w sighted off the Chilean coast, steam- standing between the railroads so escort the Right Eminent Grand verbial smile yesterday afternoon his own name, left by his father.
that Florida's interests would not be
ing north. Commander Galen B. Seaman of that was truly characteristic of his Time-After dark, last night This amount is said to be in property
in jeopardy; the result is that we will
Daytona, from the train to his apart- race. When train No. 92 arrived Place-Gore avenue. amounting to about $4.000, held in
have more rates to Canada than be-
GMU Von Hindenberg Promoted I ments.A from the south John was seen to Characters-Marcus Boitel, deliv- trust by his mother until he comes
fore.
j 1 London, Nov. 28.-Gen. Von Hindenberg I Eastern Canadian Rates banquet will be served by the make a dive for the pilot of the en- ery boy for Dickson-Ives; two fear- of age.

J has been promoted by the j I 1' The League also calls attention to officers' wives at 6 p.'m., after which gine and step back on the platform some "bums"Bums"Stop -

Kaiser to the post of field marshal of the rates shown in the new Orange the Temple degree will be conferred |I at the station the proud possesor ofa !" The victim: Marvin Wilder, eight

the German forces operating against Tariff to the eastern section of Canada upon William S. Branch, Jr. I live quail. It is supposed that the (Process of putting on brakes; rap- years old on day of his death lien *f

the Rusians. This announcement which, however, were not involved A committee of L. L. Payne C. P.I train ran into a bunch of these much id heart beats; strangling feeling.) Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wilder. His father

? was taken tonight with statements in the case above recited. An Dow, W. R. O'Neal, Jos. Dawson and ly hunted birds and one more fright Bums-"Have you any money?" is a carpenter and resides about

from both Petrograd and Berlin that I examination of the new tariff reveals Geo. McCulloch have charge of the ened than the rest found a supposedly Boi"N-o-o-o-o-o-o-h.." one-half mile west of Lake Holly. He
the great crucial battle in Poland I arrangements.The safe retreat on the "cow catcher: Bums-"Beat it." is employed at the Orlando
Novelty
a number of reductions, as well as a
continues without definite result. It I I following ladies will (Process of fast riding-speed limit Works plant.
serve:
few slight advances to these eastern
also indicates that the German army Mesdames T. P. Warlow S. A. John- broken-back to the store.)
.4 Canadian markets. The most benefi- I -0-
:: has rallied and from what appeared NYE BUYS HOUSE OF DAN ".r'ral-Look out for the hungry
A. W.
Chas. ;
cial changes, however, are by reasonof son, Bumby, Tilden, W. Funeral: This afternoon at 1:30
to be an ignominious retreat and utter R. O'Neal C. P. Carl hoboes.
addition route. Shipments to Dow Jansen o'clock at the residence on West
rout, the resourcefulness of Gen.
practically all eastern Canadian mar- Chas. Jordan DeWitt Miller, and Church, Rev. Wray of the Methodist
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"Ve--" .Hindenberg has made it possiblefor Forrier New Yorker Has Purchased
:t; kets were confined to the route via Wm. Edwards. church officiating. Burial. ill be in
the Kaiser's legions to reform Pretty Home GILES CONDUCTS CASE
f l Potomac Yards while under the new All Knights Templar are invited, and the Orlando cemetery.
and enter. upon a new stage in the' arrangement, on and after December but must notify the recorder. W. R. .{ Lot in Colonial Hills: --0-

campaign.Gen. 5 lot of such be routed O'Neal, in advance.AMBASSADOR AdditionII.
a points Little
may Marvin Wilder who died on
Von Hindenberg, on assumingthe Bankruptcy Case at Winter
via Cincinnati at the same rates. The his
eighth birthday yesterday morn-
higher rank issued an order to : Garden Promises to Be
advantage of these : IIERRICK LEAVES C. Nye, of New York for-
arrangementsshould
H his troops and said that the Germans state ing at the Church Home and Hospital -
had brought to a standstill the of- be apparent to all shippers in FOR UNITED STATES merly of Bradentown but now a per- an InterestingOne following a terrible gunshot

fensive of numerically superior Russian that shipments may be diverted from manent citizen of Orlando has pur- wound inflicted Friday afternoon
Cincinnati to these eastern Canadian Paris, Nov. 28.-Myron T. Herrick, chased a pretty home and lot of II. from Winchester shotgun of Eric
forces. .. .
Car Nicholas, summing up the sit-!I points, as well as points- in the -unitedj the retiring American ambassador to Carl Dann, on Colonial Hills, Orlan- At Winter Garden yesterday morn- Lynn, will be buried this afternoon in

uaticn, : "On the entire front j States adjacent to Cincinnati to France, accompanied by Mrs. Herrick do's latest and newest addition. Mr. ing a special hearing occurred in theJ. the Orlando cemetery following the

between says the Vistula and the Warthe which rates are applicable thereby. and the members of his family, left Nye has selected one of the prettiestsites N. Sewell bankruptcy case, which services which will be held from the

rivers the battle is progressing: in This is gratifying to our shippers, as Paris for Havre this morning where in the city and he is welcomed before it ends, promises to be an interesting home on West Church street at 1:30

frvor of fns." heretofore they have had to pay ad- they will ,take the steamer Rocham- back to Orlando with open arms. if not a sensational case.J. o'clock this afternoon, the Rev. Dr.

:. Victories at certain points are ditional charges in order to place cars beau for New York. N. Sewell, of Winter Garden,for J. E. Wray, pastor of the Methodist

claimed by dispatches from the grand in eas'ern Canada on a basis of the Magazines, daily papers, music merly lived at Atlanta, Ga. The cred- church officiating.And .
the of through rate applying via Potomac THE WEATHER artists' materials and Christmas nov itors at Atlanta are contesting his while the services are benig
'. duke to ministry war at Petrograd -
but according to an announce- Yards. Florida: Rain Sunday. Mondayfair. elties. Curtis & O'Neal next post- discharge from bankruptcy and are conducted over the remains of the

ment from the Russian .capital, no Di\ertin-j Charge at Potomac YardsIt office. represented by Moore & Pomeroy, of lovable little boy who was innocently
is mt generally known that the Atlanta. Sewell is represented by killed Eric
claim to an overwhelning defeat has Lynn, slayer, sits in the
been made officially. Pennsylvania Railroad company re- I Highest Dickinson & Dickinson of Orlando. county jail with the coroner's verdict

Progress in Galicia ant from thirtyto cently field a tariff with the Inter- Military Honor is The hearing is being conducted by rendered yesterday ringing in his

sixty miles south of Cracow was state Commerce: Commisison provid- I LeRoy B. Giles, of Davis & Giles, who : ears, "Murder in the second degree,"

reported in an official staement issued I ing a charge of ?2 per car for diverting Conferred Upon Gen. Joffre has been appointed special examinerby I realizing that for a hasty act he will
fruits and vegetables from Poto- the United States district court, be punished.At .
during the day from Pdrograd. I
I, mac Yards to other markets. The northern district of Georgia.The the coroner's investigation
Regarding the fighting .t Lodz, yes-
which both German and Russian I League became aware of this pro- Paris Nov. 28.-President Poin- I commander-in-chief.. Poincare testimony of twelve witnesseswas terday afternoon several witnesses

ystaffs admit has been resume] with I posed penalty, and immediately handled care has conferred on General Joffre added that he asosciated with him in taken yesterday morning. wer eexamined. The evidence was sufficient -

great vigor, the Russian officiaUtate- :I with the traffic departments of I the Medaille Militaire, the highest his congratulations, Gen. Joffre's devoted to cause the jury to render the
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went merely lays that the zar's I Florida itrus Exchange Chase & ''I honor that can be conferred on a collaborators of the general X. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE REOPENS verdict of murder in the second de-

>.'e troops have succeeded in ni.king I I Compar "I. C. Schrader Company French soldier. The presentation was staff and the armies of France. gree. It was brought out at the hear- .
t t ") at certain 'points. i and t> them Growers' Company, I made in the presence of Premier Viviani ing that little Marvin Wilder was .' t

progress.. J' I whit ns are affiliated with the I Minister of \IiMerand., the The Medal Militaire was estab- New York, Nov. 28.-The New shot through the back Dr. Christ :

\. r I Le- matters except market- I presidents of the senate and members lished in 1852 exclusively for non- York stock exchange resumed opera- stating that the indications were of :1'

lAustrians Repulsed \ I V tit, the League filed aV 'of the general staff. commisisoned officers and men of the tions in a tentative way today for the such nature. : 1!t
London
Nov. 28.-A oMntenegunofficial with the I iterstate In making the presentation Presi- army and navy. 'It is only awardedto first time since July 30 last, when Great interest was manifested in ;
from
report Cettinje
tJiclJ
says ed on page 4) dent Poincare said the simple medal a general or an admiral for valorous the foreign situation caused the ces- the proceedings, and it is thought the ; ;
the the Am
during last four days ,
that' forces" which was the emblem of the high- work after such officers already sation business of all the leac.ng: funeral services today will be largely t
numbering 10,000, deiperately
is. The Austrians
were est military virtues and which was have attained the highest rank in the financial markets of the world. Trad- attended. The killing was the most
attacked them in defendSoli! eventually retreated in I
ihe at \ro worn with equal pride by illustrious legion of honor. It is considered the ing was restricted to bonds for which, tragic that Orlando has witnessed! for
passes hegr de.
Tli.heavy t
'r after leaving
attacks,were. repulsed with: _ro ners. a large generals and humble soldiers, was a greatest honor tha can be conferredon in all instances, minimum prices were a long time. *
mark of the
nation's gratitude to its a general or admiral. established. (Continued on page 5)p ;
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Orange County Citizen Writesto "Ding, Ding""Pine Street-I

WAR The Sentinel Urging I I Sentinel Office in Arcade

That Quails Be Building-Step"J. Watch Your ,

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GERMANY MAKING PLANSTO V. McGrew writes to The Senti-
Have you heard of the Western nel proposing that a street car line -- .
RAISE OVER A BIL- farmer whose crops were being destroyed --- -- -
be installed in Orlando.
It is
by no
BEST SELECT
LION MORE MONEY by the chinch bug and who means a dream, and some day it will j OYSTERS, 50c. Quart You Ought to See bur C

went one afternoon and shot a dozen be "Ding, ding," "Pine street, Senti- iTheVValdeckerFishCo I
quail on his own field, only to be in- nel office in the Arcade building"or The beautiful, much advertised "Yo land" lin
LARGE ORDER GUNS TO KILL WITH formed by a United States official words to that effect. i FOR FISH AND OYSTERS I II form and with handsome covers and decoratio
who, after the stomach of
examining
The letter follows: Phone No 5. 206 Boone StreetP. Longfellow Calendars
one of the quail later in the day, reported I Stevenson Calendars
"Mr. Editor:
Schwab Gets Order From
Large that his analysis showed that 31. and W. O. COX
"As the columns of your paper are I Kipling Calendars
England-Large Naval that quail had the remnants of 1,200 open for discussion of public improvements -II I 10-23-tf Household CalendarsBed

Loss Sustained by chinch bugs in its stomach? I would suggest that we Time Stories Calendars

You may imagine the consternationof boost for a street car line, as it would Calendar of Dinners
British that farmer better to know that Dr. F. F.
a ThompsonDENTIST Calendar of Salads
be a boon to the citizens, and a pay-
female chinch bug lays five hundred Calendar of Luncheons
for the .
ing proposition
Berlin, via The Hague and London, company."They
each month the .
eggs during summer.It Calendar of Golden
could run out Orange ave- Thoughts, et
Nov. 27.-The reichstag has receiveda
has been shown again and again north to the ice Only 50c. each, and nothing be ,
draft of the second supplementary' nue factory and east Will open an office at can mon
that birds are the greatest factor of Central avenue around Lake Eola, 115 S. Orange he.. Christmas Gift at a moderate price, than these
imperial budget for the 1914. over Curtis &
year all in the insects and
This the imperial chan- checking pests and south around Lake Lucerne, and O'Neal's Store. You get the cream of the lot if you make ;
empowers that Without birds
destroy our
crops. 0
west on Church street to Bartlett'sgardens. 11-6-tf
cellor, for the purpose of meeting the would become unin-
globe soon And a little later they could W. S. BRANCI
extraordinary expenses, again to raise habitable, for all
soon vegetation take in Winter Park and Maitland."I Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand'sCoal
$1,250,000,000 in the form of credit. would be destroyed. Knowing that believe that the electric light Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf The Arcade Book and Music\ :
Furthermore, the chancelor is ,
empow- birds valuable to do
are so us why
could furnish the
plant installing
power by -
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ered to issue treasury notes up to we allow their slaughter?
$100,000,000 above the amount another dynamo. .
pre-
We spend thousands upon thou- -- 5
is not much
scribed by the budget for the tempo- sands of dollars in "Daytona larger than
trying to develop Orlando, and they have street cars. FINE ICE CREAMS
of the AND
rary strengthening ordinary agriculture and then allow hunters to ICES
It the
gives town a more business like
working capital of the imperial treas-
go out and kill the very things that
appearance. They are bound to come
ury.The do most for the farmer.It .
Austro-Hungarian war loan is to be hoped that every Florida poco itempo."J.. V. McGrew." Telephone 664
up to the present has reached a total farmer will post his land with large

of $450,000,000. ,signs reading, "No hunting allowed
I BELGIAN WOODEN SHOE HOLDS
on these premises.
To Help Kill Them L. N. BARNUM. $25 RELIEF FUND and we will deliver your

South Bethlehem, Pa., Nov. 27.-It
was learned today from a good but EAST COAST PRESS ORGANIZED Baptist Clergyman Uses One He :CCE CBE..A.
unofficial source that part of the contract Bought to Take Up Collectionfor
for war material which CharlesM. War Sufferers
The editors of the East Coast pa-
Schwab obtained on his recent pers met in Fort Pierce Monday and For Thanksgiving or Sunday Dii .
visit to England, at the request of organized the Florida East Coast Appleton, Wis.-While passing i
Lord Kitchener, calls for 200 field Press Association.The through the streets of a Belgian town ;
guns, 600 caissons and 800 limbers. following officers were elected' : four years ago, Dr. W. J. Pearce was New York Ice Cream my Specialty.

This is in addition to the large sub- President, A. K. Wilson, of Fort stopped by a nine-year-old girl, who
marine which will be Philadelphia and Fancy Ice Creams 1. .
contract partly Pierce Tribune; vice-president, F. B. tried to sell him postcards. Insteadhe
fulfilled at the Bethlehem steel plant Shutts, of Miami Herald; secretary, offered to purchase her wooden
and at the Fore River shipbuildingplant. C. S. Emerson, of Fort Pierce News; shoes and she accepted the offer. He ......Wholesale and Retail, Bricks or Ca* .
treasurer, J. J. Birch, of New Smyrna made a pin cushion out of one of the
Breeze. clogs and yesterday displayed its E Neapolitan Creams Always in Stock
We do not think we have yet been The executive committee will con- mate in the pulpit of the Baptist .

guilty of advising you how manyda"s sist of the following: C. J. Johnson, I church. He spoke of the sufferingsof
there until Christmas, but the Belgian women and childrenand
are Delray Progress; Harry L. Brown,
in the hope that we can't be convicted St. Augustine Record-Herald, and following his sermon he stood at I I C :a::: :aOEFLE .
without a chance to offer an alabi, Arthur Green, of Jacksonville.The the door with the shoe in hand receiving .
we are going to say there are just next meeting of the associa- offerings for relief of the women -
Residence 205 St. Corner .
I Liberty Mariposs
twenty-four shopping days until the tion will be held on December 16, and children of that country. ,
glad event. and an invitation has been extendedto Twenty-five dollars was collected.
Factory Around the Corner. Prices Rtat
all the newspaper men of the East One traveling salesman contributed I 1

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All ultra smart; the coats with the long military lines being been our pleasure to present : ,J+r
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;t: ::\ and Young Men's Clothing ; / Every model has some particular function .
z l from the House of Kupppenheimer. \ which it perfectly performs. All give health-
t :; x, We are showing one of the best and II ful physical support. They have the hearty
most complete line of Clothing that indorsement of
practically all physicians the
1. i. -, has ever been shown in Orlando, at "', fl, II A world over. Some of the Self Reducing:: -
ri i'1 prices that are right. Suits, Over- dels not only control the surplus flesh, but,
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from $2.00 to $10.00
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? / which provide graceful, natural figure lines.
"As fits the corsets, so fits the gown."
TilE MODART CORSETS, priced from .
h ,ki THE HOME OF BETTER CLOTHESLet t
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Hats, Caps and Furnishings. All I LaVICTORIA CORSET priced from
h \ the latest styles and colors in Hats .
= $3.50 to $9.00
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and Clothing Department is complete. M t REDFERN CORSET priced from
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I showing a beautiful line for the p
Xmas trade, _______$4.00 to $12.00 THOMPSON'S: GLOVE FITTING CORSETS
:Men's Bath Robes made of Terry
Cloth, and the Blanket Robes, an exceptional r priced from $1.00 to $3.00
COPYRIGHT 1 I4 large line to choose from
THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER $4.00 to $10.00 THE hOusE OKUPPEHEIMER W. B. CORSETS priced from $1 tO $3 '. '.'. .' 1s


Little Men's and Children's SHIRTS AND BLOUSES THE FAMOUS: MEN'S SHOES, $3.00: TO $10.00 I Fall and Winter Gloves !
II KAYNEE BRANDWe Just received our Fall and Winter Stockof ; :
Department 2-nd Floor. want you mothers to see the materialswe :Men's: High Shoes, in all the best styles, Our stock is perfect, in spite of war con- II
Each day brings something new.Ve show in our 50 cent Boys Shirts and and all leathers. Nothing better in :Men's ditions. No advance in prices. Niagara J
are
making an effort to give the best merchan- Blouses (Colors Guaranteed). Other styles Footwear than the well-known Edwin Clapp, :Maid, double tipped pure silk gloves, guaran-
dise obtainable, consistent with good work- priced up to $1.00 and Florsheim Shoes. These are our leaders.BOY'S tee ticket in every pair.
manship and the styles of the season. And MISSES' and CHILDREN'S SHOES 50c., $1.00, $1.25and $1.50
LADIES' KID GLOVES, two clasps iri
always at moderate prices. OUR The little folks have not been forgotten.We Black, Tan, Navy, Gray and White.
BOYS SUITS have a full line of shoes for all, at pricesto $1.25 and $1.50
I See the new Suits we are showing, in Blue, Shoe Department is Complete suit everyone. Special attention given to
Tan and Fancy Effects, in plain and Norfolk the children. lad ie's Hosiery
styles, priced at Everything new, that's good in Footwear,
for lIenVomen and ChildrenLADIES' Ladies' Hose, the best that money can buy
$3.501.00, $5.00; and to $12.00 Handsome Leather NoveltiesParty
up
for the price, Black, Tans, White and colors;,
BOYS HATS. SHOES $3.00 TO $6.00 Cases, an unrivaled selection in pair _____________________________ 25c
We are showing the most complete line Crepe Seal, Morocco, :Moire and Frogskin; Ladies' Hose, Onyx Brand, in pure silk and
You will not find the styles anywhere else
of Ladies' fine Shoes ever shown in Orlando.All lined with plain Moire and Dresden Silks, silk lisle, black, tans, white and fancy colors, I
we show in Eats for Boys and Children, the most up-to-date styles in all leathers, gilt and nickle fittings ______$2.00 to $30.00 35c.. 50c., $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 f
some beautiful affects. with Silk Brocade, Cloth and Kid Tops. The Leather in Black !
Bags Silk
new one strap Stockings, Niagara Maid, we have !
and
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to live in this city and favors the progressive and foremost business principTHE j



I following, in a sense, is an advertisement but may truly be classed as a "heart-to-heart ta I

l: those as mentioned above. We desire to place before you a few facts and trust that 3 t

consider well our efforts in this matter. Frankly, we want YOU to know exactly what I

trying to do for YOU and ask that you will regard this as previously mentioned, "a heart .

heart talk." During the time the present management had control, we have left nothing undone in <<<

efforts to strike within your desires, yet however, we find there are still some who are not well enoi

acquainted with our method, hence we are using this means to reach the entire populace and will] ask ito

entertain this seriously and in the same light that it is meant.

We appreciate the fact that certain business transactions in the past proved to be unsatisfactory to 3

: ut we want to impress upon you that the present management has thus far has been clear of all si.

transactions and is leaving nothing undone in an effort to cast off this predudice restore proper z

, d ue relationship. ,w

- We want you to feel as though you are a part of our little Theatre and that we are here to serve yoi

your wants and desires.: We want your ideas and suggestions, in fact we urge you to tell us and co-

erate with us and in this way we feel confident that we are bound to please.




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Has a reputation throughout the entire South as being one of the most perfect and attractive theatres in the country. Howe
regardless of this fact, the present management was not satisfied and spent hundreds of dollars in order that it might be placed <
par with any theatre in the larger cities. In following up this statement we might add that the GRAND THEATRE was the .
one south of the Mason-Dixon line to be equipped with the new motor generator, and was a close second in the purchasing of
newmotion picture machine;All of which proves thatwe are doing our part please you and uphold the standard of progressive Orla
II Following is an itemized statement of expenditures for the new equipment installed by the present management: .

II One motor driven Simplex machine $355.00
i One motor generator 300.00
II Special machine equipments 30.00
National Cash Register Ticket machine 210.00 .
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1 Total expenditures for equipment $ 895.00The

above statement does not include the amount spent for decorations and other improvements ..'
A CHASED AND MADE FOR YOUR COMFORT AND PLEASURE. We might add that NONE OF TI
PURCHASES WERE ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY, but we went into this proposition with a feeling :
NOTHING AS TOO GOOD FOR ORLANDO AND ITS PEOPLE, and we mean to retain this spirit, km '
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OUR EFFORTS. :;
that YOU WILL APPRECIATE
We have been complimented time upon time, on our perfect projection and clear pictures. May we adc
a great many of these compliments came from exhibitors from other sections. We have employed the beat _" .
pie to operate their respective departments, and are PAYING THE HIGHEST SALARIES of any theater i -
city, hence the superior results.
We are the only people in the city to engage an orchestra to assist in making your money bring more
and entertainment at The Grand than any other local playhouse. .
.. Has pleased thousands and we are quoting equal
a. y. .. many when we "T1IE MUSIC AT THE GRAS..
T Ft: j1' O K C EC E S' rr 1 K' A;' WORTH TWICE say THE PRICE OF ADMISSION" ,.J
'S but not least comes the Special Feature PropositiorfDuring
S yzaa .r 9, a recent visit to Atlanta by the management, in behalf of this department, contracts were mad
the showing of the BEST PRODUCTIONS IN THE MOVING WORLD, featuring the greatest and most fa
Actors and Actresses on the stage today, namely:-MARY: PICKFORD, MARGUERITE CLARK, BEH
Our regular feature days go into effect on TUESDAYand KALICII, AFELE FARRINGTON, DUSTIN FARNUM: GABY DESLYS. ROBERT EDESON. HOBART
WORTH, EDWARD ABELES, ANETTE KELLERMAWe .
will continue the entire
throughout season on '
asked,"Why do advance <. -s
Tuesday and Friday. The first production will be are frequently you your ; ., .
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that for this is, \\ : "t S t ; n
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"SUCH A LITTLE QUEEN"with ceipts are not greater on these days than they are on the .r.-n.* **! :.'-.-'- '-'F--> t''d'.-' ".> .tto.r ite-at
the city for our special features, and furthermore arc :*> -' < ; : : ai- ,: -
MARY PICKFCRD playing the leading role. of such productions by exhibiting them at the usual pric : 'n
city, and this is the only way in which we can give it tc
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INSTALLMENTS REMAINING, you should not fail to be present. See the interior of a submarine whilein '. -
action, and see Pauline passed through the "tube." All in this installment. C,4i;
REMEMBER: : OUR FEATURE DAYS WILL BE EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, with the Admis- ,
sion Price advanced to lOc.and 20c. Also that this is not a scheme concocted to MAKE :MONEY: as we are
doubling our expenses, and that it is the one way in which we can give you the best. '...
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[ erhood. Sacred, holy, blessed memories the Bible and its teachings shut out |: such a church for some years in California been traveling back to the old days

NORTH SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK of our public schools! II. ; and we found that it paid in i when she gathered the children in at

Now, my friends-I say this with What a tremendous responsibilityrests the increased interest and membership I night. She had almost reached the

some reservations,-with some beautiful upon the Sunday schools. Gen- in Sunday school and church. foot of life's hill, and was just breathing
NOTABLE PAPER READ BEFORE
exceptions,-religion is not cerally speaking, whatever religious "The women of missionary societiesare I faintly. Suddenly she opened her
I W. M. S. OF PRES- taught in the home now. instruction the children and youth of usually practical women, women eyes and said: "Is it dark, father?"

BYTERIAN CHURCH Fifty years ago the spiritual education our land receive, instead of coming who do things. Aside from gifts to L "Yes, Janet, it is dark?" "Is it

RANGE I ) of the child was not altogether from many sources, as in the past, Sunday school extension, what can night?" "Yes, dear, it is near mid-

I. Paper by Hetta F. Douglas Is neglected in the public schools. In must now come largely from the one we do? night. "Oh, are all the childrenin

Interestng, Elevatingand the morning we read a chapter from source-the Sunday school. All of us could undertake system- ?"

Highly Instructive the Bible, usually each child reading But there are ten million boys and atic Bible study. If it is impossiblefor Dear mothers, and grandmothers,

a verse, the teacher often giving enlightening five million girls between the ages of some of us to attend the Sunday and neighbors of some mother's dear

AVENUE comments. The teacher four and twenty in these United school Sunday mornings, we might ones, are the children al in, safe in

Probably all of us believe that prayed closing with the Lord's Prayer States who attend no Sunday school, join the home department; or we the fold of the tender Shepherd?

there is one God, but three manifes- in which the children joined. Thenwe and so have but little if any religious might have a woman's Bible study

tations of God-Father, Son and sang a hymn. The child's thoughts instrucion. It is estimated that only club, to meet some week day after- NOTICE

Holy Spirit. Some people do not believe had been turned up toward God. Nowit fifteen per cent. of the population of noon. Such a club is delightful, and THE LADIES OF ST. CECILIA'S

in the doctrine of the Trinity is possible in many states for a these United States are in the Sun- has its influence in home and church Guild will hold a bazaar, afternoonand

because they can not understand it. child to go from Kindregarten day schools. That presents a large and Sunday school. Those of us who I evening, at the Chapter House,

One Lot 100 by 240; I do not understand it, but I believein through[ the high school, and throughthe work for every church and Sunday are in Sunday school, especially I on Wednesday, December 2nd. Sup-
s be served from six
it, because the Bible teaches it, university or technical school of school. teachers, could give one evening a I perU until
seven. 11266h't."O"
and because there are so many things his state, and to find that a view of What is the Sunday school doingto week to a teachers' meeting, where I

One Lot 50 by 225 that I know are facts which I do not life has been trained into his heart meet this awful responsibility? the interests of the Sunday school )

understand. You and I are trinities and mind in which' God is never The Sunday school was never so well are discussed and the lesson for the MM .

-born in the image of God. I do not named by those who are afficially organized as at the present time. The next Sunday outlined. Such a meet- T. F. HOURIHAN

One Lot 50 by 125 understand it, but we have a body, recognized as the state's educatorsof International Sunday School Association ing led by the superintendent oughtto I I

we have a mind, we are a soul. One its youth. We are all agreed that has every state, territory and be both inspiring and helpful.We Licensed Plumber and

personality, but three manifestationsof the public school system should seek province in North America, except could, in connection with mis- f Sanitary Engineer

yourself.A to train what are called good citizens. Alaska and Labrador, carefully or- sionary societies of other churches Estimates Furnished.
Jobbing
perfectly developed person is one Ve know tha public schools have, and ganized, and most' of the states have here, appoint a committee to meet Promptly Attended to.

whose physical, mental and spiritual must continue to have, a tremendous their State Sunday School Associations the school board, and ask them to i f PHONE 6z9f

powers have all bene trained, educated influence in the shaping of character.And and employ a state secretary consider some plan for religious in-

Prices cultured. we agree that public schoolteachers who is devoting his full time to the struction for the children of our pub- f 106 Court Street f

Right I Fifty years ago, when I was a girl, in the spirit of their work, work. All denominations have also lic schools. These things would lighten : J ORLANDO FLORIDA t tzllm
very little was said about the physical and in their moral instructions, are to secretaries for Sunday school work, the Sunday school's responsibilities. -:

training of children. Physical aim at building up the character of and they co-operate with the Inter- ,, '- ;
culture was hardly thought of; but their pupils that they may become national Association. Twenty thou- From my own personal observa- . . .'

nevertheless we received a physical good men and women. At the same sand Sunday school conventions were tions while soliciting members for the

training. Each child had its task, its time, in many states of this republic, held in this country last year, which home department and for the Sunday

work to do, not with the thought of it is insisted that this shall be done were attended by at least three million school last fall, I should judge that

You Know What building up the body, but it was for without laying any religious basis for pupils, who received instructionin there were very few children in Or- .Pill Street.
the building of character. We morality, without appeal to the t.
were any new methods, loftier ideals of ser- lando who were not in some Sunday
taught that we must do our share of name of God, or without any teaching vice for the Master and His children, school.

Orange Avenue Is I II. the world's work, we must work that of responsibility to Him. It is a and a wider horizon of the onsweepof But a large proportion of the chil-
we migh play; and that made up in difficult task that our country is un- His kingdom.
I dren who are in the Sunday schooldo JEWELEREXPERT }
I some measure for the lack of physical dertaking. There is one department in the not attend church. When we have
culture. We call ourselves a Christian WATCH MAK Eli
na- Sunday school work which is
making
our large, new church, why not bring
Times have changed. Now begin tion. And because of the
yet bugbear
we marvelous progress--the Men's Bible all the children into the morning service -
with the Kindergarten and go onto of sectarian instruction which Class movement. At the World's
? Jesus said, "Where you gather 1 I make a special of Fine
the gymnasium, the manual and Roman Catholics and Jews and infi- Sunday School Convention held in Watch, Clock and Repairing
together in my name, there am I in Jewelery -
industrial departments in public dels have set up before our school Washington two or three years ago, the midst." What an opportunity for i ; Diamond Setting,Ring
I. CARL DANN schools, and the high school poly- boards, the Bible has been driven more than six thousand men from spiritual culture for the children to and Spectacle Repairing.
: technic. Every college and university from our public schools, and the state
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the men's Bible classe marched in a meet Jesus Christ and worship Him! Bring me repairs others have
now has its athletics. I read in 1 I can take no direct responsibilities in pouring rain in parade to the nation's It would be one way of introducingthem failed to do, and I will repair
one of our that there religious instruction. The Ten Com- them satisfactorily or no charge.
papers was a
capitol. Congress adjourned to view
to Jesus, of putting their dear My prices are reasonable.
law at nearby Rollins col- mandments and the Sermon the i
new our on the inspiring sight. If the men of
I hands into His blessed hand, the
lege. Every student must belong to Mount are no more sectarian than the
the churches will attend the Sunday
strongest, the most loving, t'.e ten-
Jams and Jellies some department of athletics. multiplication table If
or geography.
school, the boys will. These
organized derest hand in all the world; t..e hand CHAS. VATER
Now to be a leader in athletics is a change does not take place, we Bible classes for both men and that never lets go.
greater than to be a valedictorian. shall have a generation of infidels. women\'are increasing the demand for
There was an old, old woman lay JEWELEREast
Surely we ought to be a nation of But, fortunately Christian peopleof Bibles and Bible study; and they are
dying and her husband, who had
giants, perfectly developed phys- this land are being aroused at the doing a vast amount of work along ; Pine Street, at Young's
taken the with her
long journey sat
ically. threatened danger. philanthropic and lines Repair Shop
Received a car load of missionary i by her side. Her youngest child had
Fifty years ago our fathers did not Three years ago, while I was livingin one class often supporting a missionary ll-4-d&w-lm
"Jim Jams," Preserves, Jel- neglect the culture of the mind, if California, the superintendent of in some foreign field. I died twenty years before; but she had

lies and }4 r uits. they did overlook the training of the the city schools of Berkeley made A woman in Topeka, Kansas, hasa ---- -- --- -
ody. As soon as our Pilgrim Fath- what was then a startling request.lIe class of
women numbering 400;
ers landed in this wilderness country, asked the
school board to
agree and they support both a home and
and had provided a shelter for their that a certain number of school
foreign missionary. When the mothers THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S
The DelicatessenPies dear ones, they builded schoolhousesand hours in each week should be set and the fathers begin the sys-

colleges. apart for religious instruction, that tematic study of the Bible, then we
Fifty years ago fathers and mothers instruction to be given by a teacher shall the TRANSFERDr.
Cakes, Salads and come again to time when
worked and saved, not to buy new appointed and paid by the different religion will be taught in the home,
Cooked Meats. carpets and fine furniture, but to send churches; that every child in the public -
and that will relieve the Sunday B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
their children to college. Now thereis : schools should go to the church school of a part of its burden. Eightyper
a college at door. The of his choice
your very parents' on Friday af- cent. of the present day church
state give one's children a univer- ternoon, there to meet a well trained membership came up through the Livery Draying and HaulingWE
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Bran BiscuitHome sity education; and, if by chance teacher chosen by that church, and Sunday school.

there are some that can not avail there to be taught the religion of the The Sunday schools of this country
themselves of that opportunity, thena Bible. The work thus done by the
made or we supply have increased, during the last five
university extension course comes churches would be credited to the GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
the
at of
years, average 200 each
you bran to make them. to them; and all one need do is to general course of the child's educa-
week; and during the same time the
sit and listen while a learned pro- tion in the public school records.
r average daily additions to the Amer-
fessor discoveries fills your mind full of wonderful Just recently I read that the pro- ican churches from the Sunday AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
and scientific
facts.
fessor of literature in the North Da- schools has been 755 persons. Any
CARUT1HRS & GORE No one need have an untrained mind
kota State University, lamenting the business firm would encourage the
these days. We ought to be a nationof tfac that it was impossible to give cause that fed their business as the Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited

intellectual giants. adequate instruction in the chief Sunday school feeds the church, and
New Modern Grocer y Fifty years ago the spiritual cul- source of inspiration for all literaturethe so many churches now have a paid HORSES FOR SALE
ture of the child
was not neglected in Bible
because the universitywas Sunday school superintendent who
the home. If the father did
not giveit a state institution, at a meetingof devotes his whole time to the inter- 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
Phone 200 quite as much prominence as the he State Educational Asosciation, ests of the Sunday school.It .
training of the mind, the mother did.
address
gave an on Bible Study for I I
There was my privilege to belong to
were family in which
prayers High School and University Students.A .
Pine St
6 and 8 East.
each child was to have a share. Then committee .
was that
appointed at ----- -.:
the father or the mother talked with !
.convention to draft a syllabus of Bi-
God. God was a real person to chil- ble study for which students
may receive -
Wood Wood Wood dren then, a loving Father watchingover credit. This syllabus was pre- .
them. Then the church filled a sented at the of I Ilnmbing
meeting the high ]Do not about
Excellent Core Pine Wood Sup- large place in the thinking of the school council, composed of all high worry your:
people. There were family pews, and school superintendents and principalsin

plied in any quantity every child went to church. the state, and by them unanimously -

Margaret Sangster wrote of those recommended to the state high

! times: school board for approval. The board,
SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE "In the morn of the holy Sabbath, after careful consideration, voted to and
I like in the church to see Sewering
STRANDS OR MORE The dear little children .clustered, approve the syllabus, and voted thata
Worshiping there with me. half unit credit should be givento ;
Faces, earnest and thoughtful, any high school student success-
ELDREDGE BARLOW[ Innocent, grave and sweet,
fully passing a state examination
They look in the congregation, upon j
Telephone 375 Like lilies among the wheat; this syllabus.The .
And I think that the tender Master, Bible thus becomes an electivein We will do it for and when
South Street, near A. C. L. Whose mercies are ever new, North Dakota high schools. But, you you pay you
Has
a special benedictionFor
Tracks dear little heads in the pew." so far as I know, North Dakota ready
9-l-lm There was never any question, in stands alone, ahead t>f any other state get

our home, whether we wanted to go on this subject. It is not enough

to church. We went, as we went to that high school scholars should

Real Estate Boughtand school Monday morning. The pleas- study the Bible, it should be taught I 1
r antest memories of my childhood life in every grade. Prof. Phelps of Yale

center round the Sunday afternoons s University said to the school board Call
Sold. I' on F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUMBING .and HEATING CO. -j'
at home. There was the catechism, in New Haven, Connecticut: "I believe -

made interesting to us because each L that the Bible should not only
City Building Lots, $100; $1.0Q \' \ of us was required through the week be taught in every public school, but 'j;

and $1.00 per week buys a LAJl: d\work out the puzzle of finding a that it should have the first place,

RENTS COLLECTED. .V* ,,"in the Bible to prove the doc- and every other sudy should be made Cor. Graves and Irvin Streets 1

Notary Work Promptly and N* about which we were to talk subordinate. That time may not
Done. ,/ next Sunday. One child each soon come; but, when it does, our I

-.nday repeated a hymn committed public schools will turn out boys and
=ORLANDO=
N. P. HATCHEi\ .,'ring the week, usually along that girls of more character than are now II IIJ1
,, 'line.
Then there was the singing of graduated from them. !

ORLANDO,FLORIDA ,, hymns to the accompaniment of or- And so these, my friends,: are

Office at Pinehurst Park / gan, violin and flute. Then, last and conditions and problems that confront i d&
P. O. Box 281 / best, there was our mother's story, a the Sunday schools of our land: No w-i mo.1115I i

PHONE 403; 10-8-ltn Bible or missionary story told in the religious instruction in most of theo !

-V- twilight. H mother's can tell st homes, children not expected to attend i
Get the news in the Sentinel first* ries. It gift God gives to moth- public worship in the churches, : ,
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THE DAILY FLORIDA GROWERS' AND SHIPPERS 1 I SEVERE GULF STORM !

South Florida SentinelMORNING LEAGUE TROUBLE ATJAMPICO I
Washington, Nov. 28.-The gulf

AND WEEKLYW. (Continued from page 1)) storm still remained today in the vicinity !
M. GLENN .....................Editor Disturbances Are Reported to ''
W. C. ESSINGTOV.. .Biiunru Manager Commerce Commission and pointedout of New Orleans. It has caused J] 3
--Entered--at the postoffie at Orlando.---Flor-- the unjustness of a diverting Washington From the 'I heavy rains and easterly gales along !

ida. M Second Class Mail Matter. charge in addition to the transportation Oil Regions in the coast particularly at Pensacola, i iI

SUBSCRIPTION RATES rates. Other action was taken Mexico I where the wind attained a speed of .. ; 4

Us Daily.+ly. 6 1 Months Year .. $5.00 2.50 unnecessary to mention here and I 60 miles an hour from the southeast. t tOUR

Daily. 3 Months 1.25 word has just been received that the Washington Nov. 28.Trouble Except in the South and in the
Daily. 1 Month ..50L .
Commission has granted permision to broke afresh in coast states the weather has been {
t I Year .................... .. $1.00 I I again out the oil re- SHOE
xkfr. 6 Months ......:...;:...-...... .75 the Pennsylvania Railroad to with- gions at Tampico where vast posses- fair.
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN draw the charge on less than statutory -I sions of Xetherland, Great Britain, Storm warnings are displayed on
ADVANCETO notice which means that it will i and Germany are located according the gulf coast from New Orleans to
DEPARTMENTS
ADVERTISERS: not go into effect on December 5. I to news received today by the state I I Apalachicola.TOO .

Copy for display and all other htnd-Mt Reconsignment of Perishable Freight department from Vice-Consul Bea-
advertiunc must be handco in at the buuneu Where Indirect ServiceIs I veane, at Tampico who locates the LATE TO CLASSIFY
office .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m.
the day fcvfore publication. This rule applies Involved 'I trouble at Panuco, which is up the !
.. chanc for contract. adrertiiunc: it. is This is another matter of general river of that name, beyond Tampico, ; "TED-Store., or part of store;
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to.S must be good location. AddressK.
interest to Florida which the Leaguehas I and the indicated disturbances there
TI;;; 3 rinK The Sentinel discontinued ., care Sentinel. 11-29-lt
should notify the office in writing on been working on for several were caused by bandits and other ma-
the date of at expiration the regular otherwise subscription it will rates.beeontiwed months and now that all arrange- rauders. FOR SALE-Barred Rock Roosters.

until notice to stop is received. ments have been perfected with the Fine birds for breeding. Pure I
Telephone Numb . ... I breed. W. II. Hazlett 614 North .
various southeastern railroads an- METHODIST LADIES TO GIVE Orange avenue. 11-29-lt

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER---.- -29-, 1914.-, nouncement is made of the fact that.I NATIONAL BAZAARThe .
where cars become in distress whenin FOR RENT-Up to date furnished
The postoffice has moved. I house; all conveniences; 211 Jack-
market" sections of the
"pocket Ladies' Aid Society of the .
-0--- son street. Also two light house- .
The Courier congratulates the Tam- country they may be diverted on to I Methodist church will give a "national keeping rooms. 11-29-St -

pa Times on the suspension of its more profitable markets at the bazaar" on Thursday, Friday and When we talk shoes we eulogize upon
Too much through rate from point of origin to Saturday December 3, 4, 5, in the The New Pocket Billiard Parlor,
Sunday morning paper. No. 8 West Pine is
street now open the finest stock of Footwear for
man,
ultimate destinaion of
plus charge
a
paper to be carefully read and too. room on Orange avenue recently va- for business. ll-28-7t
tempting to be passed without read- i $10 per car for each 100 miles, or cated by the postoffice department. woman or child of any store in Florida.Ve .
fractional part thereof, to cover the I Every effort is being put forth to AT YOUR OWN GARAGE-Let a
ing-Plant City Courier. I first class mechanic put your car \ are proud of our reputation. \Ve have
back-haul or indirect service. Thisis make this a most attractive and
o in
order. Watch him work.
running
After waiting an unusually long I another concession which the I pleasing affair. The booths will be Leave call 407 West street. Phone built it upon the strongest foundations

time for Central to come in on the League has been able to obtain from named the "Colonial," "St. Valentine's 563. 11-1.9-6t' known to commerce-that of dependa-
the railroads, and the news should be ," "Indian" and "Christmas"
wire he said to her: "It took an
FOR RENT Pleasant of Values
sunny rooms, bility qualities. the best tobe
awful long time to raise you." "Yes, welcomed, especially by the many where fancy articles of all sorts will completely furnished. Breakfast if

twenty years. Number, please" said who have had unpleasant experiencesin be on sale. desired. 605; North Orange avenue. found anywhere, and unsurpassed assortments -

she. Chicago Tribune. the so-called "pocket markets." Here also refreshments will be 11-29-lw of stock. If a department is worth .'
Tomato Rates to the West and the served to all who have formed the
a FOR RENT-To desirable people, at all its worth
NorthwestAnnouncement carrying carrying iq a
t habit of
SILENTThe eating good things. well furnished suite, bed room with
publishers of The Sentinel re- was made about a Thursday night from five-thirty to private lavatory. Also single rooms, comprehensive manner.
fust to say anything-the twelve month ago on this subject, since whena eight a chicken supper will be and a garage. Splendid location. No.
9 East Washington street.
hearing was given by the Interstate served-roast chicken and
constituting this morning'sissue pilau.
9 E.
pages Washington St. 11- 9-1moc
is somewhat of an achievementin Commerce Commission at Jackson- Friday noon oyster stew; at 6 p.m., Our Magnificent Assortment -
Orlando newspaperdom. ville. There were originally two salad ham sandwiches and coffee. FOR RENT-Two or three unfur-

a cases involving tomato rates to Kan- Saturday noon, lunch of ham nished rooms, either upstairs or
downstairs. All modern conveniences.
TilE CIRCLE sas City St. Paul, etc., which were baked beans and coffee, and at 6 p. m., Close to two good lakes. Inquire at

The pavement encircling beautiful consolidated into one. They were initiated a big turkey supper. 50R W. Amelia street. W. II. Bo tee 1t

Lake Lucerne was completed and by Chase & Company and The bazaar opens Thursday threep. ll-2D-6t !

opened to traffic yesterday. It is an the II. C. Schrader Company of Jack- m. You can't afford to stay away. TOURISTS wanted at private board-
.
which all citizens sonville. The status is that a final 11-29-tf house
achievement to may ing near Lake Standish;
point with a great degree of pride.In hearing will be given by the Commis- plenty of fishing; real country life; .
the days when Lake Lucerne lay sion at Washington on December 19, DEATH OF RICHARD CROOKS Northern cooking; reasonable rates. Wfl:1 .
Address Mrs. L. :
Smoot Plymouth,
and it has been arranged for the
in the embrace of wild and rampant Fla. ll-29-6t
Nature it was undoubtedly a fairy- League to handle the case to a con- Many friends in Orlando will regret -

land. The boulevard encircling this clusion. The traffic manager of the to learn of the sudden death of NOTICE-Go to Mrs. Cornish's Tea
League will represent Florida's inter- Mr. Richard Crooks, which occurred Room for turkey dinner today
gem has crowned it with modern, Price 50c. Dinner from 12 to 2 ,
progressive and enlightening ideals of ests at the hearing in Washington.This last week at the home of his parents, o'clock. 11-29-ltc

elevating civic advancement. in itself is an important case, :Mr. and Mrs. Thos. P. Crooks in

o inasmuch as it involves a certain gen- Hamilton Ontario, Canada. FOR SALE OR TRADE-One No. 5

FIRE ARMS eral policy' for future rate making to The deceased was a bright manly Oliver typewriter, with splendid ,
leather case. Machine in excellent
The tragedy of Friday afternoon the territory lying between the Mississippi young gentleman still in his teens, condition, used but very little. Call

resulting in the death of an eight river and the Rocky moun and spent last winter in this city at between 12 o'clock noon and 2 p. m.

year old boy, the subsequent verdictof tains. the family residence on East Central for terms. Inquire at Sentinel office. "
: 11- 8-tf .
Many other subjects of much inter- avenue.
the coroner's jury the positive
knowledge that punishment for the est to Florida are in an investiga- WANTED ROO\IERS-Rooms and .

will result should tional stage notably increased de- POPULAR WINTER VISITOR DIES board in delightful country residence -
slayer ultimately Enables us to fit ANY FOOT (a broad
three-fourths mile from Orlando
be a lesson for the community. Boys murrage charges on perishable i -
freight when transported in refrigerator -I News has been received in this city in orange grove. Plenty fresh statement to make), but our stock justi-
should not possess fire arms of any air fruits and congenial surround-
sort, kind or description; the indiscriminate cars, and through rates to of the death of Mrs. James D. Biggs, ings. Address A. B. C., Sentinel. fies it. Our stocks are new-ABSOLUTE-
i southwestern and western territories, I at Riverton Ky. The deceased had 11-e9-1wk.
sale of them should be LY-Our lasts the latest-our
: stopped; the community should come of which the League will make an- many friends in Orlando where she styles su-

to realize that carelessness t heI I nouncement at the proper time.If had been coming to spend the winter They say that the automobile tour- preme with fashion's caprices.
pays I II I months always making her home at ists in the eastern states vastly increased -
price. A boy budding into
young I It
you have subscribed for the Sen- Duke Hall She was a magnificentwoman in number this year. Ameri-
manhood is behind the bars; there is
tinel and are not receiving your paper and came from one of the cans will learn to like this country
doubt that he is in sorrowful
no a I I
you will do a favor by. notifying first families' of the Blue Grass State. when they get acquainted with it. :
condition. Until a trial is accorded

him and all the facts brought out .; i.,-.1... II..U I" . . i..i.a. . . . t I .J\J
: public sentiment should not be too. 11 I

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PROMISING OLTLOOK o [ <

I During the last few months this fnM ti

i country has passed through the strain e 1 J -

and stress of a most critical period. I -
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before But while its merits these are problems known. were be- Gifts That EnduJ <. f .

ing worked out along came the great l .: "r i..tv. ., :;. ...,

European war like a clap of thunderout .. I i ". '.,_ >.-.h..'" .. 'Pi "
of a clear sky. This upset the

plans and the business of the world. I:I --

This country the most favored and i ..
most fortunate in the world suffered The very air is now becoming charged = itb -f espirit Ii
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along with the rest. Our experience Ii g ?VA \
of giving for Christmas will be 1 _.* ? '
soon <
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proves that nations do not live to : t ,.

themselves alone any more than man

lives to himself alone. A bright out- The choice and preferred gift is the one wh' : <'*ii '. s it':?' !' -

look horizon.is looming The markets large in of the Europe business are because it suggests the continuity of love and frienc .$,', I i ... I1a7i .-

opening up to our exports. These .'". 1 .t 4 _,; f t i r.

exports are growing by leaps and Such a gift is a watch or piece of jewe t t'i'' ... f ;. .
bounds. Our credit is being main- ii4

tained and our gold is being kept at } f

home. Our balance of trade is fast You will find at our store everything that v .* -:.&l.r i: : j #

reducing our obligations abroad. Our first-class of value f c K a ;
guish a jewelry store-gifts rare < ..a v :: h .

business finances are is becoming in a safe normal.A condition. and spender, and an almost unlimited choice of less ei :-t V.'t" hit- j tI

panic that seemed certain a few charming gifts to suit the limited income. .

months ago has been averted and g j,

things industrial are coming our way. I -;: ; !I';:> .
We selections will ;please j .
The outlook is bright. Our crops are are sure our ;> m a.p -

large and must be in demand. The '::

thing for us all to Bo is to sit steady 5'. < f _
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in the boat and wait for the storm to -1 rtV ; .
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blow over. Courage and hope are es- "t .
sential at this time. Be conservativebut

steadfast in making the best of T. H. EVANSx ,
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our opportunities made possible by ,4"t -a!; .. -- ."1.; ":-< '".'1a"' -
I the great war. There is fu- '" 1
a great ; .1. .1.1R ;
ture for America and Florida will be JEWELER .. "

in line for its share of the rich rewards -

to industry and intelligence.
Orlando Orange Avenue .
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Biggest per cent of profit ever is
derived from the use of the Sentinel's

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and Hospital. : : Wm. Shay in "The Old Rag I
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UniversaL "Ike Jr. and His Moth- the Holidays. ;
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._$.... h' .___. _.. .' .... line and Kerosene in 50 gallon lots
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MURDER SECOND DEGREE IS

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I The sympathy of the entire com- WALTON Agent
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I RELIABLE REPAIRING. "E'/E1RYTHING/
'.. I Office Phone 430.; GUARANTEED.
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,U"j\ -N.,., ... ,. and mother, sisters and brothers Residence Phone 269. !:L::_ -_ -55T

,. who survive. Try the Sentinel for your next job _.
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new eight cylindercar
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7 t; -I.-c time in
} i' 'J' t this section at the Orlando Auto lots on Hillcrest avenue, corner of Broadway.
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,' fkl.. ..,.t with its newest of all new features
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trees. Southern exposure. Hillcrest avenue will be
will doubtless attract
'I.' a large number
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"! people.
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: TODAY a quick and certain profit. Let me" show them to

S J3* .!. "- J you. Cash or terms.
'; 1 rai'i- >= e The benefit for the babies' ward
..h- L., llh of the Church Home and Hospital i China and I
{.' : 'j ... y will be held at the Lucerne theatre -
'1'' "> this afternoon. The entertainment Glassware A
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L Insurance and Real Estate
Agent
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.;. ,; } .'- i y % '." 'It religious pictures will be shown.OSTEOPATHY. Ii UtensilsWatch

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f. fc ,i rest DR. J. C .HOWELL 128 S. Avenue
Orange
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FOR find RENT-Desirable a few well and parties handsomely can J uIllber, Laihs and Sl1..ingles

SENTINEL furnished rooms with sleeping porch
and bath at 615 North Orange ave-
nue. ll-29-3t

WANTSThe FOR RENT-Furnished bungalow;
r'A five rooms and bath; all modern
conveniences; lake front location; at-
tractive price. Address Box 33, Win-
ter Park Fla. ll-27-6t
I Morning Sentinel Want .
Directory is the Greatest Want FOR RENT-Furnished rooms in up- ORLANDO
Ad Medium in Orlando. stairs apartment with private fam-

ily. The rooms are nicely fur-
Terms Cash in Advance. nished, close in, and board can be ob-
tained next door. Apply 101 East
RATES Robinson avenue. ll-24-6t
For One Day ______________25t
Cement Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________50c FOR RENT Royal Agatite Plaster and

For Six Days _______________75c Two furnished bungalows two miles ------- -- ---- -
CORNER LOT For One Month ____________S2J50 south of the city on Lake Jennie
This rate applies on all ads of Jewel. Everything complete. A party
25 words or less. If the ad con- from New York will be here in a
is always the Buyer's choice. tains more than 25 words the rate few days to occupy one of the four

There but few will be one cent per word for we have, with a touring car that will
are corners each additional word, for each in- make access to the Theseare
easy city.; :aU-SI ESS
and they are generally sold sertion.If particular HOMES for particular
you can't bring your ad to people.
early the office telephone No. 24. Ac- SeeCHADWICK

counts opened by telephone will be for further particulars. 19 West ,
We have a house on a good payable the following day. Church street. Phone 398. Open

corner lot all modern and Every Home-E\ery Business- evenings. 1-24-6tc Important friendships result from the right introduction, and

Every Man has use for a
up-to-date. Sentinel Want Ad. FOR RENT-Suite by Dr. Christ.of rooms Loner now term occupied the most important ones come through the right banking con-

A NEW HOUSEThe FOIl SALE tenants 11-13-tfc only desired. Jno. M. Cheney.: nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We

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FOR RENT. -Large, attractive room. invite you to open an account with us where a personal interest -
FOR SALE-The attractive 8 room
Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.
price is very low for dwelling 202 Hillcrest avenue; 11-8-tfc is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
modern and complete in every re-
this grade of property. Call spect. If interested call up phone FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with

in and let us take you out 565. 11-24-tf garage; elegantly furnished; on
Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox.
aid show it to you today. FOR SALE-Ten] acres fine orange 8-27-tf BANK & TRUST CO.
land; about 3 acres cleared; 3-4 ofa
mile south of Gill's store and 1-2 ,
mile east of Lake Conway on terminal FOR RENT-Seven room house; water ..
ORLANDO BUILDING & LAND
COII electric
of proposed brick road. Ad- gas lights bath etc.;
barn, stable, chicken house lot 100
dress Anna II. Piatt J:. J:. No. 1, Box ; by IQ
200 feet. Apply at 735 North
North Orange Avenue 43, Orlando. 11-24-lm. Orange J
avenue. 10-31-tf
+ I I II I II I I II I I I III I I II I I I+**-U I I I I I I I.J I I U I I I I I II I I I I II I I I I I **
PHONE 608 FOR SALE OR TRADE-I have one
FOR RENT-Small modern
flat conveniences -
7-room house nicely located mod
unfurnished. Jas. A.
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL ern in every respect. Will consider
auto in part payment. Address Knox. 11-3-tf

C. E. P., Conway Fla., Box 43, R. R. \
No. 1. ll-21-8t FOR RENT FURNISHED-Three CT JOTHING
FRED B. DALEC. large airy rooms and sleeping
H. BRYANT porch; near Lake Lucerne. Mrs. J. E.
DAVIS A GILES. CounselF. FOR SALE-Nice, comfortable home Foster 411 South Boone street.
A. PEPPERCORN Contractor for small family; grapefruit, guava 11-11-tfc
and orange trees; six squares of post- Our stock of
office. Apply to W. D. West 510 WANTED new .
Marion avenue or Hotel Astor.

1-18-lmo WANTED TO RENT a horse by the :

I Business DirectoryFor [ month; will take care of horse and ,
FOR SALE-Good work horse at a feed. Address X, care Sentinel. Fall and Winter Clothini
--- bargain; perfectly sound; young; 11-28-Gt
rood condition. Address R. D. War

BUSY MEN.T. ing 11-20-tfc, Room 4-6. Watkins Bldg. WANTED-At once, young man; .
$250 bond required; good proposi-

F. HOURIHAN Licensed Plumber. FOR SALE-Five room house, one tion cigarette for smoker right party need; apply.no boozer Call or at Made SCHLOSS BROS. is
by coming
Conscientious work at fair prices. mile fi&m court house $650. One Room 7, Mrs. Rooney's about seven nand
Phone 62y. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf Liberty Brush automobile $75. Inquire -
o'clock in the evening. 11-2 blocks
Shoe Hospital 8 East Church from railroad on West Lemon. 27-2t anxious for to
SHOE HOSPITAL street. 11-17-lmo we are you see our

Bouton Brothers corner Church

and Orange avenue. Shoes repaired FOR SALE-One seven passenger, USE will TEDDER'S chickens DEAD SHOT-It of and class
New
cure ;your sore- Styles high tailoring. Best
while wait. Best rubber
you heels six cylinder automobile 1 year old head and prevent them from havingthe ,
40 cents. Best English tan leather.
first class condition. Don't .
answer dreaded disease. One
two
or '
Phone 487. 11-15-lmo unless interested. Address Bargain, is sufficient. For sale applications at- place in the city to buy clothing. '

LAUNDRY care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf my residence, 309 America street Or- 'I
lando. Price 50c. and $1 per bottle.
Your general laundry work French FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants Charleston ll-28-6t
dry cleaning and pressing will be ap- Wakefield, $1.00 per thousand.
preciated. Satisfaction and service Frank Phillips, Pine Castle.
guaranteed. Open September 28th. WANTED-At once, white woman
10-28-tf
I Pnone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry with first class references to cook W. lVI. SLElVIaNS'

f-r whites only. 9-25-tf FOR SALE-Fine] cypress fence posts. city.wash and Address iron P.for O.small Box 299.family, in

Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas- 11-22-tf.
Up to date painting papering etc., tle. 9-18-tf

is the kind you want. Where to get MULES WANTED-One pair of good
it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. I FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine large mules wanted for the winter IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'III1..111 111111.1111111.111.
Entrican. 1-20-tf hammock land; eight in grove; the I months. Give weight and terms.
t present> crop of oranges will be from Box 604, Orlando postoffice.
I 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told 11-18-tfc -
.
T. F. HOURIHAN Licensed Plumber. ready for setting-10 acres"in lake, "
t Conscientious work at fair prices. one and quarter miles from Apopka.
Price $5,000. Address W. H., Box ROOMS FOR RENT .
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf ic1J4Wftet :
178. Orlando: Fla. 9-23-tf .

Eat all you want. For Sale NICE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, I ,
Eat what you want. 30 Acres, citrus and vegetable land, to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
Take a postscript and forget it. 20 fenced 10 cleared crop on it now, 10-25-tf
For sale by all druggists. ready for planting trees this winter
l-7-d&w-lyr and crop next spring; near school and i THREE ROOMS AND BATH fur- We have received a car of Foster Bros' famous
church; half mile of railroad station; nished or unfurnished, for light
BUYERS AND SELLERSI good neighborhood; four miles from housekeeping; electric lights; new
court house. Special price if taken in house. Phone Johnson 67. 28-Ct

buy sell, rent, and exchange real next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando. I Iron Beds
estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla., 10-25-tf LOST AND FOUND Porslanlyke
t over 30 years. Have handled over
L 20000000. Call and see me. FOR SALE-At Winter Park, desir- LOST-Somewhere on Orange ave-
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. able building lot, 50x150; 18 bearing nue, Church street or Hughey

FIi ._. and.trees postotuce.; two minutes 1'rice 4oO.from :the::fcummerin bank- I street, a lark blue silk, waist, in pack_ There is nothing that will compare with _the finish
f Return to :Sentinel on<"e. ::'uuable ;-
IN 01 ICE age. ::
Get ;your roses now and have lots House, Orlando. 11-22-61 reward. Mrs. Helen Wright. that are on Foster Beds, and OUR PRICES for these

k of bloom through the winter. Roses FOR SALE I:11-28-3tc far less than others charge for the same
r now ready for shipment. Narsery stocK one, two three and MISCELLANEOUSART beds are .
r W. II. BROKAW Salesman. four year old buds; Foster Early,
f 11-3-tf Pineapple Java, Homosassa, Washington style bed that has nothing near the finish. [We would
Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahl PUPILS can make beautiful
r OTICE-ROSES Apopka. Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-U* Christmas gifts. Come and join like you to call and see this line; nothing like it in I
the class under :Miss: Echols. Room
i r Owing to the cool weather our FOR RENT 43, Watkins building. Phone 218 the !
for city.
roses are now ready transplant-
after 8 ll-25-6t
t ing. All orders booked for first p. m.
shipment FOR SALE-20 acres splendid farm-
r r should be here by the 10th of: ing land 7 acres pine timber remainder I :MAKE A SPECIALTY of planting !
November.
clear; on north shore of Rock with all cash sales.
i f 11-3-tf W. II. BROKAW Salesman. lake one-fourth mile from city limits. trees orange guaranteed and grapefruit to live. References trees; all We give coupons

Price reasonable. Address P. O. Box furnished. !
Charges $6.00 per acre.
74, Orlando Fla. ll-28-3t Address Box Fla. !
[ 222 Ocoee .
Don't wait for every one In town to 11-10-lmo I
r have Entrican the painter before WELL FURNISHED APARTMENTof
:, you try. Am too busy to look you 4 rooms to rent till April 1st; .
up. Phone 636, and I will be on the kitchenette bath fireplace large pi- THE WILLOLA HOTEL 406 South "
job. 1-20-tf azzas. In Concord Park 615 Lex- Orange avenue is now open. Beau- Kincaid & Snowden
ington street. ll-24-6t tiful location near Lake Lucerne.
Home cooking. Spacious veranda.
Who is your painter and decorator! FOR RENT-Large convenient Mrs. W. T. Walker. 11-19-1moc
(
; rooms
If you are satisfied keep the one you
for light housekeeping. Also
t have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican ant sunshine front bed room on pleas-first BLASTING, Subsoiling and Dynamiting Priced Furniture House.
Ne. 636. Low
1-20-tf floor. Private family and modern of all kinds done on short no- I
conveniences. 315 West Central. tice. A full stock of dynamite in
E T. F. HOURIHAN Licensed Plumber. 11-24-tfc. magazine at all times. See L. N. Orlando. Florida
Conscientious work at fair prices. Lewis, 406 S. East street Orlando. Cor. Main and Pine Sts.
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf FOR RENT-One bed room, sleeping 11-13-lmo

porch and kitchen with all conveniences .
___ __
Eat what you want. ; close in in a nice neighbor- JUNIOR AUXILIARY SALE I' u
t Eat all you want. hood, at 307 East Pine St.
E Take a postscript and forget it. 1126-6ts The Junior Auxiliary of the Cathe-
f For sale by all druggists. dral parish will hold the annual sale ICORDON'SCARRIAGE' ,
i l-T-d&w-lyr FOR RENT Fine furnished rooms. at Bishopstead on Saturday afternoon \ 1
r I for houeskeeping; also bed rooms; November 28th beginning at 2 ANNOUNCEMENT i
They run almost anything and everything -i bath, hot and cold water; all modern; o'clock. Tea and home made cakewill I -AND-1 .

; on wheels these days. new house; private family; large be served. 11-25-4t I I. r ri iTZ HAUER has opened a I
sunny porch. 211 Ridgewood avenue. i :
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printing. Prices StudioROOM
NEIL McDUFFEE FOR RENT-Five room cottage part- very reasonable. I OPTOMETRIST I
ly furnished. Near Workmanship the best. Call or phone '
I __ Price reasonable. Apply Lake 502 Cherokee.Osceola. when in need of job work.If T. HARRELL, Prop. I (Successor to Dr. o. F. ...W.- 8 ROCK BLDG. t
t .
11-24-6t. ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Contractor and Builder and Furniture I,
Piano
you have subscribed for the Sen- WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
FOR pE\7-\partment of four nice- For particulars call, at the address
Bungalows
a Specialty
tinel
and are not receiving your paper Moving a Specialty
ly furnished rooms; gas, separate AND DO ALL KINDS OF II
Arcade: Building. Orlando haul. new house; adults only. 604 you will do a favor by notifyingus flours 9:00 to 12:00'a.m..
Magnolia avenue. 11-10-tf- at once. 8 E. Church SI. PHONEYS OPTICAL REPAIRING i i
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r"O NEWEST NOTES OF SCIENCE WHAT THEY HAVE TO SAY r ARMS
HELPLESS ON LAND

Glycerin; will help to dissolve fruit In Orlando the city has establisheda Official Figures Are Published by
ft.. stains from linen. "tourist headquarters" and in the the Nord Deutsche AHgemeine -
-. .-,.. .:; UNITED STATES HAS NOT
Great Britain and Ireland consume large reception room provided, visit- Zeitung *-

.: fi: 1.-.. 30,000,000 rabbits as food annually. ors are invited to register and make YET HAD[ A REAL
.. ; : ;"."., Technically speaking, a hair's themselves at home. The idea of London.-The official Nord Deutsche TEST

t1i breadth is 17 ten-thousandths. of an having such a place is a good one, Allgemeine Zeituns publishes a list

.. : { i and several other Florida cities have of army corps and military sections, China Is Only Great Nation
0 inch.A
.! > : large restaurant in Hamburg is also a place of the kind. The Lake- which shows the strength of the Ger-
That Is
Less Prepared to
housed in a building made of com- land Telegram suggests that Lakeland man armies now in the fields of bat-
:; r :;> pressed paper. would do well to follow the ex- tle. Battle on Land Than

ft.; Nearly all of the work in one of ample. "Lakeland wants to make it Apart from the railway service the Our Own CountryBy

. Germany's greatest breweries is done pleasant for all tourists of the right marines and garrisons in Belgium,
: ; by electricity.A %.ind," says the Telegram "for we there are 98 army corps. If 40,000 I ( Victor Elliott)
1 : new type of electric meter is designed are fond of such people and we wantto men are taken as a fair average fora Washington Xo\ 28.-Only one of
.;' to be read from outside a assimilate them as permanent cit- German army corps, this gives a the great nations of the earth is more

... '. building using it. izens." Tourists everywhere like to total of nearly 4,000,000 men in arms. helpless to defend itself on land than
,
[ r f.. The Norwegian government main- compare notes, talk of the things they According to a French bulletin 50 the United States. This is China.
t"'I j ", l'" 't1-Jt k_. tains an agricultural college' and have seen, plan for excursions and army corps are fighting against the We have not i?en such a mobile armyas
.. ,
'' three experiment stations. especially are they glad to find people allies in Belgium and France. This Belgium, while compared with Ser-
PtA' 1 r : Under normal conditions human be- From their home towns and home would leave 48 army corps for the via's military establishment, ours
f
:. ;.
ings perspire about twice as much i states. With a reception room and eastern theatre. looks pitiable.
; ;: when asleep as when awake.In I register they can meet many congenial Germany has more than 2,000,000men The speaker denouncing our military
.: "' i. d China an oil well has been I spirits-and the place that has no in the west and about the same state is embarrassed by the

: or'4'' : : .,.'.. i a: .... drilled to a depth of 3,600 feet with I such meeting point for visitors will number in the local landsturm ir.\ wealth of material. The most ex-
East Prussia and Poland. treme statements can be borne out
the most primitive native tools. often lose those who might otherwise
Sections o* reinforced concrete linger long and possibly become regu- by careful statistics and the greatest

-- pipe, each weig!/ng 61 tons, recentlywere I lar visitors or citizens.-Times-Union. CAPTURE BABOON IN TEXAS I II anxiety is apparent in the minds of
made in New Jersey for a sewer. the best informed.The .

--. The asphalt deposits of Cuba, when 4,000,000 GERMANS NOW UNDER I Animal Thought to Have Escaped navy, of course, is vastly bet-
< FAKER FLEES FROM TilE FROST ter off than the army. But even here,
developed, are expected to prove superior From Traveling Show
ex-Secretary of the Xavy George von
to all others throughout the
.. f ifi .. ; .' iIt.. .,
6.T tt Y x & L.
: 'it;; Meyer declares the efficiency has
world.A Just like they follow the circus the
; ; = ::!. i' ': ; Temple, Tex.-While crossing Leon
fallen
: > >>- I new strength testing machinefor riffraff follows the crowds to Florida river about ten miles southwest of alarmingly in the last two

... 'it'; ,.. the arms and legs registers the each winter and from this time on Temple A. L. :Miller of this city anda years. The general board of the
; .,..... I :; .:" > efforts of a user in fractions of a there will be all sorts and kinds of L. \Weaver navy, which has fought unsuccessfully -
companion, were at-
; .. .. Bumb: ; tt:. ,'" T. ::4 ,. -, horsepower.From fakers, grafter '""irist tramps peo- tracted to a curious looking animal for four battleships a year, has
tV. ... : t. just met a further disappointment.
;,. C. : 1,325,000 tons of tar annually ple on so-called p .rian tours, ad- taking a drink from the stream.
':"' t produced in Great Britain from coal vertising fakers jus ain day It decided 18,000 more officers and
.... every
F.; th.'I, '--", o.J'r J.11> _, .. _1 Closer investigation showed that it
about of benzol etc. It behooves the men are needed to man the ships now
.. 10,000,000 gallons are tramps police
o. ; ',: : :. ':
i Tires made of wooden blocks have rock pile ready for the list of unde- they succeeded in doing after a severe iels, secretary of the navy, refusedto
'given good service on motor trucksto sirables and put them at work. It make this recommendation.The .

Q.1"'Uq; : ll .p'1:: .t.?::4: ''.Sir' !' : *ri\1 Uf"L,. t.".lf''* 3: convey heavy loads over rough behooves the business man to keep struggle siderable in damage which to they clothing suffered and con-cu- navy, even if no longer the sec-

/. I' .<, : mountain roads. his eyes open and cut out the fake ticle. The animal was brought to ond strongest in the world is formid-
Work is under tunnel advertiser mid citizen should able compared to the army. Accord-
way on a every
Temple, where it is being confined.
-- ing to the recent report of the chief
; ; I".r- more than three miles long throughthe look into the case of the individualwho It is thought to have escaped from a
o < ( enable French be in hard luck and of staff, Major General W. W. Woth-
to really
..; .: Pyrenees a may show that exhibited at Belton a short
railroad to enter Spain. who really is looking for work to erspoon, a document which is likelyto
I .I'f 'Wi' time
t ago.
,. : "
The top of a recently patented table work and not in order that he may become historic, the "actual fight-
:;'f', t'. f ;f ing strength of the with the
for use on shipboard is kept level keep away from it. There is work army
s I j i 6" 'tt e. by an ingenious combination of for these men but Florida is overrunin .\ TWELVE MILLION DOLLAR colors and without deductions for of-
'r weights and levers. the winter and they should not CITRUS FRUIT CROP IN 1913 ficers and men sick on furlough, de-
_.. __.. .1 411a. .r fi ? tached service etc. is 2,738 officers
y 4 a English chemists have made a syn- come down here with the idea of liv- ,
Florida realized at least $12,000-
thetic turpentine at what is said to be ing off the people.-Sanford Herald. and 45,968 men.
\,' fl.n( : I ',"n" : :./" >. tof 000 from her crop of citrus fruit last Rudyard Kipling, in a letter to
: '" H fii t'l'I ; 'i one-third the cost of the genuine a
American article.Apparatus YOU HAVE ONE CHANCE IN 60 season and it should be $15,000,000this friend living in Virginia, recently
.",- t : """ 'o ; -. ,> -it< -""" ',"" ;r year. Whatever the amount maybe showed that he realized
,-.', ... ,-_#. ": '- has been invented for OF BEING IN A FIRE I fully, as
.. ... the hardness it would have been much more does every well informed man in Europe -
.q "' & = -r. -- ''' f' h accurately testing of
7 : --7' had not the
worthless fruit
,,,,""TR .' .fcc___...lr. &';"" '. .,.. .. _...--... ,.... '.JI metals by showing their resistance to "Fires in our homes are so frequentthat been forced green the markets earlierin the military impotence of the
upon United States. He warned his Amer-
the teeth of files. the insurance companies tell us
By crossing certain fiber plants in that we have about one chance in the season, and the stuff broughtthe ; ican acquaintance that the United

the Philippines an excellent grade of sixty of being burnt out sometime in shippers practically nothing, as i it States would some day be trampled

ti!. !. artificial silk of much strength has the course of a lifetime. But in the should have done. The markets did I under foot by a strong enemy if
not want it. The transportation com preparations to resist not made
been produced. same breath they tell us that more were
. r t Long fringe has been patented to than half the fires could be preventedif panies got what was in it. In some while there is yet time.
) j: : ; be suspended from garters to save a people understood the commonest instances the shipper was called onto There are those who point to the
;. pay the freight. This green stuffis records of the
i feminine wearer embarrassment as causes of them and knew just whatto United States in pre-
N now about out of the
t' 'she climbs upon car steps. do when a fire starts. way leavingthe vious wars as showing what we can ,
'i"it t With English engineers doing the "Smokers are responsible for thou- market for a ripe fruit that only do to defend ourselves now. Millionsof

1 AWE : work the Russian city of Baku will sands of fires, and rats and mice Florida can produce.-Volusia County men would spring to arms, they

t#' t.. .: >{.. ,..'' ,"' obtain a new water supply from cause many others by nibbling at Record. I say. But a more careful appeal to
i ;j f.t 'f tis :' 7 mountains 120 miles distant.A sulphur-tipped matches. Fires which historical records shows that even

.: enough to reach solid ground, has matches being left in clothes or by GERMANY I in severe terms the unstable state
';:,r !': r '- been invented for raising automobilesthat oily cloths which have been stored levies which nearly wrecked his army
Reichstag Expected to Vote Fire Billion : during the Revolution. The and
hl.. << are caught in mud. away. Many of the floor polishing raw
> .If\, .!.. t! A hollow wooden ball' six feet in mixtures contain highly explosive Marks at Short Session undisciplined mobs, which for the
diameter, which is moved by the flow oils and spontaneous combustion may most part composed the army in
.. se 4. "" of the se'cage is used to remove obstructions start from a nest of these cleaning Berlin.-The session of the reich- 1812, were driven hither and thither

-.x tom. i't from sewers in Paris. cloths if placed in a closet near the stag, which opens December 2, is ex by much smaller British forces. Its
4 ;' ,g i'p : ; ,. Oiling the end of the grain of a chimney." I pected to be of short duration. It i was only after the volunteers were

block of wood and rubbing emery probable that it will only vote a new drilled and lader discipline that they
: ; .: powder into it will make a fairly good WIlY EDUCATE TilE CHILDREN 5,000,000,000 marks war credit and were able to make such a good record .
-rat 4s :t, Y. knife' hone for household purposes.An AWAY FROM THE FARM? then ratify the emergency laws pro in the Mexican war, while the un-
.,. '" mulgated by the bundesrath.This trained militia
I American expert has been en- was practically useless
1'h gaged by the Austrian state of Victo- "What is wanted in the rural dis- is to be accomplished, if pos in that conflict. In the civil war thee

: : i._ I ria to reopea a long closed factoryand tricts is the kind of school that will sible, without debate. Neither th raw troops on both sides demoralized

revive the beet sugar industry.In meet the demands of today. If we budget nor new taxation proposalsare armies, and it was not until after
i a new electrical hair drying want to educate our boys and girls expected to be submitted. The they had become seasoned that they

: 111m comb air heated by electricity, is away from the farm our course is budget will be laid before the reich- i made their name. The Spanish war
._ .... ::".":"' t'. ; ; forced through hollow teeth by plain for we can send them to the stag at its session in February. I skirmish never afforded a real test,
., __ _-_..- .-. ,,, d-.' ...-...> .." < -'"-"" ... '".., I but
,, officers knew militia
,. ...- --. squeezing a bulb at one end of the city schools. I don't believe we want army that the
,..-., { ;r......, .. &_ {... ,,, .... ...... handle.An our children educated away from the WIFE QUITS HIM 51 TIMES which assembled in the different

Australian has patented rou- farm. What we do want is a broader camps were absolutely unfit for ser-
;"" sers for men with four more than conception of what rural educationmeans. Last Time Was for Good and Husband vice in real war.

r\f:J J pj; L.f.l' \, : r-1tT \" tort t the usual number of pockets but with We do not want our boys Gets Divorce We have never had a real land war

'f' : .' the ordinary number of exterior and girls educated to think there is with a real first class power, and for
openings.For nothing but hard work on the farm. Brainerd, Minn.-Albert R. Adkins this emergency a great body of

...;. ... trimming the grass on railroad Rather do we want them taught to has been granted a divorce from his Americans are coming to think we
embankments there has been patented see and appreciate their wonderful wife, Elizabeth Adkins, and the cus- should prepare.
a mowing machine to be attachedto advantages." tody of the minor children. The case
4. t.t. '! a car and take its power from an was heard by Judge W. S. McClenahan. ENGLAND EXPECTS BEEF FROM

axle. THE DARN FOOL AND THE WISE SOUTH AFRICA
I ;,: "'1 ., i .
In Mexico there is a 150-foot bridgeover GUY It was a regular thing for his wifeto

,! ., ". a river that is composed entirelyof desert him, remain away from "Speaking of the meat supply, beef
mahogany, worth, at the present The darn fool acquires more useful home over nights, the complaintstate. ''I eating England expects in a few
:. "' .' ';' price of the wood almost $2,000,000. information in a day than the wise Fifty times she packed her years to receive a great deal from
clothing, squandered his in South Africa. Great of that
guy does in a week. You never pour money I areas
136: APPLES A YEAR IS YOUR water into a full pitcher. The man telephone telegraph, livery bills and country can grow from five to eight

SHARE who has information to impart is always railway fare, and would go to her crops of alfalfa per annum, and irri-
'
" 18* "i" ,
'tt. shy about giving it to the man parents or relatives and stay for 'I gation is expected to increase the

"America's apple crop, at a reason- who looks as though he had all the days and months at a time. acreage enormously. The farmers
able estimate, this :year will approxi- knowledge of the world packed awayin In June, 1913, he says she left him I are already getting into the live stock

l' 1 :- ;-. '" ,'. mate fifty million barrels. This sized his cranium. There is no harm, of for good.FRANCE. business in an up to date way, ship-

crop would furnish one-half barrel, course, in telling secrets to a darn I\I I ping in great numbers of the best
.:; ', ;;r; !. W "t,1t or 150 apples, for each member of fool who doesn't know what you are TO SHOW AT FRISCO breeding stock from the British Isles

: i 4r' our population. An apple a day eat- talking about. The real wise guy, DESPITE WAR and elsewhere."
', : en out of hand by Uncle Samuel's who wants to find out anything, will

: :::. family from October to March would look as much like an idiot as he can, Cabinet Decides to Exhibit Objects IllS REWARDA
consume our entire crop. This makesno and most any smart man can look of Art of Modern and

!. : -;. "'* allowance for pie, apple sauce, and haU-witted.-Clearwater Sun. Olden Times Hoosier lad was industriously at
baked apples. wok upon a pile of wood in his moth-

:" .t 'i .,.. t. j" "Our normal export of apples is REMEMBER THIS ON WASH DAY Bordeaux, France.-The French e's back yard, when he was ap-
.; i' : f. about two mililon barrels, so shouldno cabinet decided today tha France proached by a playmate. "Hello
tnJ : ; : apples go abroad this year we can "For fruit stains on table linen or shall participate officially in the Pan Ben!" said the youngster, "do you

each be allowed a half dozen more, other white goods boiling water is ama exposition at San Francisco, re get anything for cutting wood?"
f 156 apples per capita. Really our the best and safest remedy. Stretchthe gardless of the war. "Well, I reckon I do," replied Ben.

apple market should not suffer if stained portion before it is wet, I The exhibit will be a reproductionof "Ma gives me a cent a day for doing

'...;- \, i ., those six apples are kept at home." over a pan or pail and pour boiling the Legion of Honor palace. In k it I it." "What you going to do with
t water through it until the stain dis- will be displayed historic objects of : your money?" "Oh, she's saving it

'S.' *. ..-, ** The harvest season is fast ap appears. It will not take long, but art, French tapsetries, furniture, ,' for me; and when I get enough she'sgoing
t f' -
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VISITING- NEWSPAPER MEN- ENJOY cloth. OLD WIGWAM CHIEF IS NOT TO .e f
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AGENT A. OL TOM FISHING- TRIP- OX AT TODAY'SServices CHURCHES hour of Sunday is called school tQ and the midday changein "And the mafKet for it will be BECOME A SQUAW MAN I

ST. JOHNS found. Millions of men are on the
service, also that the evening lectureis
at 7:30 instead of 7:45. battlefields and they are the greatest Washington.-Richard Croker will I
Will Make an Address in the George S. Rowe, of the reportorialstaff at Orlando Churches First Presbyterian Church consumers of cotton. They wear not become a squaw man unless he I

Board of Trade Rooms of the New York World; Harry Today Have Appeal to All Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, D. D. pastor. khaki-all cotton. A soldier wears goes to an Indian settlement to resic I
Sunday school at 9:45 W. R.
December 10th in Jenkins, of the Evening Telegram, of Classes-Orlando Is a O'Neal, superintendent. a. m.; out about a suit a month on the av and lives apart from all white rr**..* f

I '", Morning New York; Waiter Willison, of the Religious City Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. erage. At home, in ordinary occupa- The definition t>f a squaw r .
.' New York Sun; and W. P. Flower, Morning sermon, "The Failing Time." [tion, he might use three suits a year, en by the bureau of Indian ai !

i-- Mr. C. A. Maul, advertising agent of the Atlanta Georgian, spent sev- I Christian Science change.Evening sermon, "The Wise Ex and those mostly wool at that. Now "A man who marries an Indioaman I

of the Atlantic Coast Line railroad, eral hours in the city yesterday as .I Sunday services, 11 a. m.; subject, Men's Bible class at 9:45 a. m. I he becomes consumer of four times separates himself from jts

/ will visit Orlando, Thursday, Decem- the guests of Ted Dickson, Jr., on "Ancient and Modern Necromancy, Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30p. as many clothes, and those largely of white friends and goes to live with !
Mesmerism and
ber 10th, at 10:30 a. m., to address I their way to Havana, Cuba, via nounced.Alias Hypnotism, De m. cotton." the Indians as an Indian."
Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr, choir director I
r the citizens on the best methods of Tampa. While in the city the visit- Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. ; Miss Roberta Branch, organ- Croker will be on an equal footing e

community advertising and agricul- ing newspaper men went fishing on Wednesday evening service, 7:45. ist.A I NEEDLE IX BODY 33 YEARS with Senator Poindexter and other
tural economics, with special refer- the St. Johns and landed a numberof Third floor, corner South Orange most cordial welcome' to visitors prominent men who married womenof
and Church street. Entranceon
ence to the development and improve- I the finny treasures, the largest, avenue Church street. and strangers. Caused Xo Pain and Was Removed Indian blood. ,
of this section. a black mouth bass, falling to the rod First Baptist ChurchAt Catholic Church
ment I First of Advent. From Woman's Leg
Mr. Maul is of wide experience and of Mr. Flower. ( the Lucerne) Sunday Sunday school, 9 a. m. DOGS ..XU' DAUGHTERS 1 1If
This church extends its cordial hos-
gives valuable information. The meet- After leaving Havana, the party Mass and sermon, 10 a. m.
pitality to all who come within its Wenahatchee, Wash.-Thirty-three
ing will be held at Board of Trade will sail on a Ward liner for New doors. If have no church home Rosary, instruction and Benedic- 1
you when Mrs. A. F. Frantz
York, where Mr. Flower will join the here, we want you with us. tion, 7:30 p. m. years ago, a man's dog (pedigreed, of f
rooms. staff of the Evening Journal.Palatka Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., All welcome. was a girl, she swallowed a needle. course) happens to be out late at I
Dastor. Unitarian Church Recently the needle made its appear- night he'll raise thunder about it amigo
LIOXS IX CALIFORNIAIN Morning Post. (Corner Central Ave. and West St.) t
KILL
2,099 Mr. Samuel A. Newell, superintendent in her left and
Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. ance leg was removedby out and walk himself to death to .
YEARS
SEVEN of the school Mr. Geo.
Sunday
; Sunday school at 10 Dr. Congdon. During all these find the missing that harm
PLAZA RESTAURANT OPENS a. m. one so no i I
W. Phillips, director of the choir; Mr. .
William S. Branch, Jr., organist. Church service at 11 a. m.; subjectof years the needle has been traveling can come to the animal. But you ', !
Report of Fish and Game Commis- school will meet morning sermon, "Getting Readyto through her body. She felt the don't
Sunday promptlyat never often find him chasing around \,
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sion Shows State Has Paid The new Plaza restaurant in the Live. I .
$41,980 in Bounties I south wing of the Arcade building on Public 9:30 a.worship m. at 10:45 a. m. and Unity Circle on Wednesday after- presence of it until a few days ago. the t'wn to find out where his son or .'1

Church street opened Thursday for 7:30 p. m., with the pastor in charge. noon; "Current Events," by Mrs. A black and blue spot, accompaniedby his daughter is, do you? And, you I'
Morning subject, "Union With Stanley. soreness, was the first indication know, that oftentimes that son or
Sacramento, Cal.-Two thousandand the first time. It is one of the most Story Hour for the older childrenon
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Christ. that anything was wrong. Next the that daughter might be in a damsite
modern and afternoon for theyounger
up-to-date Friday at 2:15
ninety-eight mountain lions have thoroughly} ;
Subject of evening sermon, A
sharp point of the needle showed it-
children, 3 o'clock. worse company than the pedigreeddog.
sanitary cafes in this section of Flor- I "
been killed in California since 1907, I Note of Warning.
The meeting of the Round Table self. It was then that she sought And that's no dream.Thorne
,
according to a statement by the state ida, and is backed by expert restaur- I B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m.; postponed one week. j '
medical attention. in Palm
Mr. Eugene Reid, president. Beach Post.
? fish and game commission. Of this anteurs. It is artistically decorated Good music. All seats free.
number 118 have been killed in the with flowers and palms' and is neat
Don't miss the popular evening ser- WilY ENGLAND NEEDS MORE
state for the six months ending June and splendidly equipped. The man- vice COTTON IX WAR TIME THAN ::1

20. The state pays a bounty of $20 agement is making an effort to fur- Methodist; Church IX PEACE
/, for each lion killed. The total cost ther improve it and success will sure- Rev. James E. Wray, D. D., pastor. THE CHASE & CO
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m.
of killing lions has been $41,980. ly be theirs. and 7:30 p. m. Judson C. Welliver writes a most I

Humboldt is the banner county for I Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; Mr. C. interesting article on the present cot- { PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDO ..
this year, and for ev ry year. In the Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. r IE. Howard, superintendent.
six months ending with June Mendo- Epworth League, Junior, 3:30liss; ton situation. His article is opti- '! Is modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-
i Eliza Wright, president. mistic. An extract follows: | date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the
sino, Trinity and Siskiyou are next Epworth League, Senior, 6:45; Mr.J. '
in order named. Los Angeles county T. A. MANN N. Burden president. "We must remember that the British j i PROPER PACKING

claimed bounty on 15 lions in seven Woman's Missionary Society, Mon- manufacturing capacity is almost' FIRST AID TO
day, 3 p. m. half that of the whole world. The HIGHEST PRICES
years. Mission Ctudy class, Monday\ 7:30p.
Grocery Pine St.SPECIALS m. British and American capacities to- which, however would not accomplish the end desired i

BEFORE YOU DO YOUR CHRISTMAS Sewing Circle, Tuesday 3 p. m. gether are considerably over two- by the grower, if he did not also have available the services -
SHOPPING Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30p. thirds of the world's. British mills

m. are not going to be shut down; the
be sure you know what merchantsare Prof. Wade, organist; Mr. Curry, ofTHE
offering in their advertisementsin director. war will not draw away their opera- CHASE & CO

The Sentinel. Come and hear plain gospel preach- tives because not over 10 per cent. of
ing and join with us in singing the these SALES AND ,
This is to be a practical Christmas. are subject to military de DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM '.
clorious old hymns in the power of
More useful presents will be made the mands. The country is full of expe- which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, 'ixpe-

than ever before. spirit.St.. Luke's Cathedral rienced operatives who can be drawn rienced, competent and reliable. e '
And The Sentinel will be alive with I The Very Rev. II. R. Remsen, dean. back to the mills if they are needed.On .
suggestions of useful Christmas gifts.Is LOOK FOR SOMETHINGBIG I First Sunday in Advent. the whole, it is confidently to be GIVES THE GROWERHIGHEST
The Communion 7:30 AVERAGE NET RESULTS
Holy a. m.
expected that there will be increase
a reading lamp? a piano? a Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. a big -
rug? a chair? a go-cart or doll? a Morning Prayer and sermon, 11. in the output of the British CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITEDGROWERS'
Evening Prayer, 4:30. mills they will be after the trade
;
dog, bird, cat or pony? a gas heater MARKETING AGENTS
An illustrated talk for children on
that the Germans have controlled.
new electric appliances or new fix- mission Alaska
work in 5
m.
tures for the home? Instead of the usual evening p. service "That same is true of the American I OHJ: SIS & CO.,
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These and many other equallypractical. IN THIS SPACE an illustrated lecture will be given mills. As soon as things get adjusted -
the dean in the House Main Office, Jacksonville Florida
will be offered in this news- by Chapter to the new conditions the demandfor
there several 'n Alaska missions, at 7:30. These cotton will be limited only by the 9-30-d&w A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla
paper. Already are illustrated mission talks will be givenon
Christmas advertisements appearing. TOMORROW each of the four Sundays in Ad- I capacity of the mills to turn it into .


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WALTER W. ROSE .




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MR. \\ WALTER. ROSE,

. Orlando, Florida,

Dear Sir: 1 1I

am mighty well pleased with the property and partic- /.r
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ularly the kindness and advice which you gave to me in the -' --. ',- .....--

purchase of Florida property. I believe you are one of the

men whom I have met in selling Florida property who can be
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absolutely relied upon, and you are at perfect liberty to refer I

any prospective purchaser to me and I can assure you that

;you will have no regret for having done so.

Very truly yours, J,

J. W. WILSON,

Mgr. Prudential Ins. Co., '

Cleveland, Ohio.



TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: e,

I have made investments through Walter W. Rose, of TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

I am glad to that the investments made in Flori- e
Orlando, Florida, and have found them very satisfactory, and very say

just as represented. da, through the advice of Mr. Walter \V. Rose, have proven I.

Very respectfully, very satisfactory. :

J. MURPHY, Kansas, City, Mo. Very truly yours, _,

C. L. VanVRANKEN, Kalamazoo, Mich. ;';

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TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

We buy all lands through the advice of Walter \V. Rose.

Yours very truly, .

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;Ells GOOD AROUND THE STATEPalatka I LAPS SET UP GOVERNMENT lllillliliMiliniilMIMIMIIIillllMMIilllillllliilllilliltilM IMMMiM X I


is to have a meeting of S---
ESSi. Islands of the South Pacificby
the Grand Lodge of K. of P.'s in Nipponese Are Being !

Nothing like advance
March. news.
OF FLORIDA Governed Rapidly by QaYIOSOII
-Palatka wants commissionform
a ;
JDID TALK JapaneseTokio :
s of government.The !

o ; LAND editor of the Lakeland Tele- Nov. 27.-The Japanese are t11 / /I 1

gram takes" a pot-shot with his blunderbuss -I rapidly establishing administrative : .
ion Was Doing at The Sentinel for not run- governments in the islands which

< -. k-In Sym- ning more editorial, but we notice he they have captured from the Ger- rr
ith All is good with\ the scissors and pub- mans in the South Pacific. Within a 4IJjfl
\ lishes our local and county stories un- week after news had been received
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der a date line, not giving us credit here of the capture of Jaluit, several I

it enthusiastically where credit belongs. But it's all officials were dispatched to the Marshall -

boosting for Florida, after all, so we Islands to investigate their
i >f the many deliv-
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: are not caring, worrying or sobbing.The trade and development possibilities,
.. ion of the Florida editor of the Telegram has a and since the Caroline Group has

..' -. f Women's Clubs punch back of his little pen that few been added other officials have been

veek was that of editors in the .state possess. dispatched. 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission.Automatic I

1, the first lady of.s -Newspapers up and down the Several steamers have been taken Mechanical Oil Pump Step-Starter and 66 Refinements, $275.00.
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follows: much harassed A. C. L. are all taking off other runs and a steamship service -
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-( nt, Ladies of the editorial flings at the road becauseof established between Yokohamaand
v. WHITNEY WRIGHT
129ord l
siting Frien.I the recent annulment of trains. A all the islands now under Japanese "II1111 : :.
. he opportun 4IJ to little investigation would ease the sovereignty. Cargoes of Japanese -
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occasion and greetIt dripping pens, and in most cases the merchandise are already on their -
is a delight too corporation would be in the right. A -
way.The
come as repre- corporation must retrench as well as most interesting feature of
women of Florida other business houses.St. this industrial occupation of the

.. alents are engaged Augustine is having sewer islands, which the Japanese foreign / TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
better things for trouble. office declares were taken for mili-

and our state. I -The K. of C. has installed a coun- tary uses only, is the sending of 1,000

'- .. .... rith you and know- cil at Sanford. Japanese laborers to work the phos-
tave not before had -The Trinity church in St. Augus- phate mines, and the inclusion in the COOK WITH GAS

eting. tine has a new organ.A budget which will come before the
I
glad that I can be "book shower" for the public diet in December of an appropriationfor

:. ; j state federation library in St. Augustine was a good the investigation of the mineral
JIoII' ikeland' my home resources of the islands.
0 ;Dent many happy thing.A woman of Marion county has The expansion of Japan to the
re so many friends just finished a life of eightyeightyears South Pacific has created a great deal 1. Convenience 6. Speed

ere made and en- filled with beautiful service to of rejoicing among the Japanese, who
t him who was to her neighbors and her own large fam- look on it as another step towards 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency

.u, ion, and where my ily. And the motto that she kept her Japan's domination of the Pacific.
lunched our little household living up to all these years 3. Cleanliness 8. Safety
ul sea of a happy was: "No unkind word may bfe said JOO BELGIAN GUNS GO TO SCRAP
the in this home." HE.l'I I 9. Perfect
where people Could anything be I Regulationof
'.. to us both and soS fiiner?Miami Metropolis.The I 4. Simplicity
efforts and seem- Democrats will have a clear Worn Out by Use of French Shells, Heat
with any successes majority of fourteen in the senate Which Were Not Suitable 5. Accessibility
p ?. glows with glad- and a majority of twenty-three in the 10. Economy
: rivileged to attend house. That is as large a majorityas Dunkirk, France.-The depressionof
. -. it it is as the 'full any party ought to have. The more the Belgians quartered here was
i over' because the evenly parties are divided the better increased a few days ago when a file
eland. legislation can be expected.OcalaBanner. of nearly 400 field guns was dragged
7. EFFICIENCYEfficient
1 her rapid growth, through by horses that looked as
.:hr er splendid church- -Florida now wants a big crop of weary and melancholy as their riders.
'. st creditable daily winter tourists, but worse than all a These were the guns that had defended because the fire
need not be lighted until all the foodjis
lie pride and enthu- big crop of permanent settlers who Antwerp as wel las they could.

magnificent public know how to make the soil bring For lack of ammunition, bought from ready to be cooked. Because the moment the cooking :is done
t embodiment of that forth an abundance. The soil will do the Krupps for delivery in June, but

ates our club work its part if industry and intelligence delivery of which was deferred, they the fire is turned off and all expense ceases. Because there is no
't: ay receive our state i are applied to it intelligently.OcalaBanner. were obliged to use French shells

. '" her gates with much that were not fitted to them, and waste as the fire is concentrated on the place where it is needed
o Six short years -An interesting test of the child which tore the rifling out. The guns

*' isband's election as labor laws of Florida might be madein were going to the scrap head, and the and none of the heat escapes up the chimney. Because when
.' took us to Tallahasa the instance of the boy preacher horses, after being rested, will draw
season our little who is said to be talking every night back French 3-inch field' guns in their you cook with Gas you utilize every cent's worth of fire iyou.buy.
t progressingcouldwith to crowded houses in the western places.
what it is to- part of the state. Should "Charley"be
it is among its mirh allowed to preach when a vaude- CHURCH WOMEN: HUSK CORNOn

a live, progressive ville child is forbidden to sing and
ys alert in every dance?Miami Metropolis. Farmer's Offer They Add to Aid ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
ovement-it is an -Instead of starting a movementto Society Fund

ur federatiorr to as- go away across the sea to induce
immigration from among people who Marshalltown, la.-When Charles GAS DEPARTMENT
too, to attend the speak a different language from our Miller, a Jasper county farmer, of- ,
state federation be- own, why not try to lure a few thou- fered the Ladies' Aid Society of the ,
at work it is doing sand good Americans from the Christian church at Kellogg an acre 1
. '- nents it represents. North?-Tarpon Leader. of his best corn if the women would
in the past I expect -The camphor farm at Satsuma pick it, he found he could not run a''
.
Beautiful Lake Eola
I come from the ef- began the distilling of camphor today "bluff."
I clubs and this fed- and will continue until all the The women snapped up the offer ina

ippy to be with you leaves fit to harvest go through the hurry. Attired in overalls or in old Home Only LET ME BEAUTIFY YOUR GROUNDS
you of my most mill. Prof. Richtmann is also getting clothes they in two hours picked and
f in your delibera- ready to put out 500 more acres of cribbed the entire acre, which yielded $6,000. WHETHER A COUNTRY ESTATEOR
trees.-Palatka Daily Item. forty-eight bushels. A citizen who
was interested in the society's work A SMALL CITY LOT

:OOK AT GUESTS' GERMAN: SPIES WORK IN LUNATIC -. offered the women eighty cents a This is an ideal home and a great

.BOWS ASYLUMUse : bushel for the corn, and an addiionalfive bargain. Owner is a non-resident, BLUE PRINTS AND DETAILED PLANTING IN-
cents if they husked it. This and must sell. Corner lot 75x150
:es to Use_ Chafing Red Cross Flags to Direct Fire, they did.Three. feet. Beautiful new eight room STRUCTIONS AT REASONABLE PRICES
ynAni "Tables Vj Till 13; Are Executed other citizens agreed to do- house, elegantly finished and modern. -
ago Hotel London.-The Standard's Paris cor- nate five cents for each bushel

eafter two girls, col- respondent says that German spies husked, so that the forty-eight bush- New California Bunga- Werner F. NehrIinLANDSCAPE
. will prepare your have been stationed in the most unlikely els brought the church women $1.05a
the table, "while you places. In Lorraine the Ger- bushel or $50.40, which goes into : lows, Five Rooms

appen to dine at one mans used a lunatic asylum as a reg- the society's treasury. ARCHITECTAND
and Bath
Only
ago hotels. ular spy depot. All the doctors and
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e selected for beauty, most of the attendants deserted the BUTTON ON CAP SAVES BOY $2000These
ment and ability to institution with the approach of the CONSULTING HORTICULTURIST

pie and not feel em- French army, and their places were Janesville, Wis.-Clarence Hogan, are undoubtedly the greatest N If contemplate planting a citrus grove

taken by spies.Fighting aged nine years, owes his life to the bargains in the city. Located near it will pay you to get my advice.
ss Kathleen Galavan, proceeded around the fact that he had a good, old fashioned Lake Eola, and only ten minutes walk I
idan road, and :Miss place for several days, and by a clever button sewed on the top of his cap. from the Court House. These little Local Agent for BUCKEYE NURSER-

iti, No. 316 South use of Red Cross flags the spies His brother, John, aged ten years, homes are beautifully finished and S I IES, Tampa, Fla.
. laywood. were able to direct the German artil- found a loaded revolver. Placing the modern in every respect. Can be
k bbsters, frogs' legs, lery fire, with deadly effect. weapon directly on top of his little bought on reasonable terms. Office Above PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK

ewed: chicken and sim- Fifteen wer executed in the asylum i' brother's head, he pulled the trigger. PHONE 570 n-io-tf
,1 rith a say of the in- the early hours of Friday morn- younger child suffered but slight in- I
be brought to the ta- ing a man was shot by a sentry while jury. John got off with a whipping.ORLANDO I I
114 South Orange Are, Ground Floor
Ji prepar d. climbing the wall of the Woolwich
Phone No. 311 1
arsenl. The wound was not fatal and I 1I
7 SETS Ot! TWINS the man now is in the hands of the :
1 military authorities. Furnished Homes for Sale

nsecutive inTJirth and 1-- __ __ ..., ni: im/mmp/ Atlantic Coast Line

CO. 5-TOURIST from TRAINS ...

NORTH AND WEST Special for 10 DaysNo.

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"Dixie Limited""Seminole centrally located. Owner's price, throughout; several bearing
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orange
0'1': .; : Limited""Montgomery
!' ..,. .. ."+- ... > .:- -L: r 122 Route" $5,000. and grapefruit trees. Owner's price,
2500.
.1 .t. '''I; "South Atlantic Limited" No. 2. 5 Room bungalow, on beau- Then homes are all ready to step I
.. Pullman cars from Chicago, St. Louis, tiful lake, with dock and boat; lot into and hang up your hat. I have
.r '-. 'i-:" :g at Low- Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisvilleand Jacksonville 75x450 feet, all set to young budded particular properties for particular
intermediate points to citrus trees. Owner's price, $3,200. people, city and county. See-
Fla.
r ces
Cars
-. Dining
,s via CHADWICKThe
r : :ombine.
,, 1 ". .'-': ",!" .". -. :, t .1'l :.*. '., inventions usedistruetion Standard ATLANTIC Railroad COAST of the LINE SouthJ.
"_ i -. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., Man That Sells Real Estate. 19 W. Church Street.
Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla.
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., Watch this space for change in 10 day?.
38 West Bal St., Jacksonville, Fla.

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a Many Events Transpire to Make I II

[fIo the. Week a Notable and II


Interesting StudentsBy One for I!


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( Arthur hey, Class 1915):

BIG is Not The last school day of the week was :'.-:::> ...... .. 'I
Starting not a red letter day for brilliant class '. .
RightIf I room work. Everybody seemed to be 1".J ,
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thankful that one day's respite from \.. J. "
our wealthiest men had waited to study had been allowed by the"powers I I

start their bank accounts with .a BIG that be." But the general sentiment I .

f amount,-they would still be waiting. seemed to be that every one would ftf:1.7

Little deposits grow to big sums. It's have felt a great deal thankfuller if '. ;r.5't.: :. "
/ the little business that has the best chance they had not been obliged to returnto ; ; t.
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to become big. It is the young man who school on Friday. o

can take care of the small sums who will --0-- .
be able to handle a big business. Various parties of school boys . '.:.-. .'.-.. ; Y
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A We encourage small deposits.Ve wel-. sought the quiet, sequestered shadesof rUfI',";".( '.,,\X\.J rf) \ a.....
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.,; come new accounts of $1.00.Ve' pay 4 the sylvan forests on the day of $ "

'. t per cent. thanksgiving, hoping there to find anil! Sneak Thieves hold no dread] ; I
that peace and quiet which would 4 'J.1

STATE BANK soothe their troubled spirits and calm toy those who keep. their. ,-,.l-" I .
their chaotic thoughts, thus enabling "
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of Orlando them to return with philosophic res- our vault. *. .,

ignation to the dull tasks and monot- ..

onous round of their scholastic duties. Safe Deposit odes ,: c.

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small, have been going the rounds of I .\v '

the High School, relating the marvel- ::. :.. ..
lous bags of game and catches of fish !

on Thanksgiving. Sufficient reliable ... .

data has not yet been collected to .
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prove who 'has put out the best line -
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of stories.A .
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dren have arrived in Orlando from strictly senior affair was \
hunting trip made by Kimble Hughes,
Atlanta, to spend the winter, and are -
lIre and Mrs. L. F. Pugh of Jack- pleasantly located at the Oakhurst.Mr. Willis Rogers and Carl Henderson. / i
sonville, spent yesterday in Orlando. Bright and early Thanksgiving morn "

M. P. Lipe, the clever traveling these seniors hied them to the woody J

Mr. J. B. Hinson, of St. Paul, Minn., representative of the L. C. Smith & wilds and dingly dells of the neigh- D 1 I;
the where F :' Iiib3lj ::0'
those at forests
#r was among registering Bros., typewriters, was in Orlando boring they presum- : ;
San Juan yesterday. yesterday on business.Mr. ably spent the day quoting poetry
and admiring the landscape, baskingin

Mr. Russell Wilson, of Fairmont, the bright sunlight and revelling .. .. .
and Mrs. John Sellers will return ( .' ': .:. .. ..,.. :. .
'.', W. Va., is located at the San Juan fora from Ocala in the balmy breezes. : V V "
today ; having mo- .. ...
stay of several days in Orlando. --0of .
tored over Thursday to spend the i .. -
weekend.Mr. One the solitary hunters who

Mrs., Cary Hand left for Jacksonville I bore the High School colors into the Miss Ruth Hendricks went over to I Messr. Allan Cohoon, A. 1.. Beck Mrs. J. Mortimer Smith and little

c. where she will spend a coupleof I John McCamy left last night forests was Archie Braddock, a jun- DeLand yesterday where she will attend and D. J. Dykes returned yesterday daughter, Jacquelin, who motored, to

weeks with relatives and friends. for Plant City, where he will tarry ior, who went far afield with his the Miller-Bielby wedding which afternoon from a very successful Orlando from Miami to visit Mts.

for a day or two and then go to Jacksonville faithful gun in search of game. takes place in that town Monday hunting trip down in the southern Smith's mother, Mrs. A. R. Daniels,
Before having pictures see "l emotion Archie thinks one of the chief bene- evening.Mr. part of the s ate. They report a on East street, returned, to their
pictures" at Evans', 100 North I fits to be derived from hunting aloneis "stem-winding" time-which, plainly home in the Magic 'City, Friday.

Main. 11-25-tf If it is good printing that is want- that no one can dispute your sto Carl T. Kuhl, the clever young interpreted, means plenty of game. .
aviator, whose biplane flights are the
ries.
ed, see us about it. Makers of print-
Messrs. George Beard and E. "W.
of the fair is Flor-
novelty ,
Ellerbe greatest a
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. came --0A -
ing that makes good. The Sentinel The work of cleaning out the hyacinths -I Henderson have joined the Pennsylvania -
ida boy, born and raised in Orlando. .
down last night from Sanford to very delightful fishing excursionwas
v. phone 24. and other obnoxious growth ranks of the. winters visitors to
He has been in the .
spend Sunday with relatives. enjoyed by Fildes Thresher and flying game only
from Lake Hardeman, in the eastern the City Beautiful, having arrived .
two and shows
great profi-
brother, who early on the day of years I
The band concert last night on the part of the city, has just been completed Thursday from Erie. This is ''their
The Sentinel is the shopping guide thanks sought out the placid shoresof ciency.-Ocala Star. I
corner of Orange avenue and Pine by he contractors, Messrs. J7TI: first visit to this part of Florida,-an for Orange county. Read the adver- the sun-kissed lakes, there unlim-
street drew a large crowd who greatly Culbreth and James Stafford, and they seemed very favorably improssed
The box for the Church Home and
tisements carefully. bering their rods for the of .
enjoyed the excelelnt music. tempting the finny denizens purpose of the Hospital at Orlando is being packedby urged over to the city in an excel- with Orlando in every respect TBey /
108 Sunmerlin Place. 't
located
lent condition. are at l'
Col. and Mrs. T. J. Watkins forth from Mrs. Huguenin this month. As
re- Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Moore, of Chi- murky depths to come
turned yesterday afternoon from a cago, are among the late arrivals at their aquatic coverts and learn civil- this is the Thanksgiving box, it is desired -
visit to their old home in Arcadia. the San Juan hotel. They are here ization from associating with human to make it a generous one. Per- In this issue we publish an adver- Mr J. B. Mills received the sad intelligence -
beings. sons who will contribute to this box tisement of Mr. Walter W. Rose. Mr. last night of the death of
for an indefinite stay.
Bishop Cameron Mann left last (Continued in Tuesday's Sentinel.) are urged to send in their donationsto I Rose is one of our successful dealers Mr. Herman Meislahn, a former well

night for Kissimmee. 'From thence Mrs. Huguenin, 315 South New in real estate. He has made many known resident of Orange eo..ty,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tremaine
arrived -
,. he will go to Tampa. last evening from Poughkeepsie Messrs. Claude Nolan, C. S. Rob- York avenue, as promptly as possi-I large sales during the past two seasons which occurred last Sunday night in

N. Y., and registered at the San- ertson, Cecil C. Robertson, J. T. Leon- ble. People of all I and recently sold the "Alabama" San Antonio Texas, where he ka4 resided

.:. Mrs. II. K. Perry, of Sanford, is in Juan hotel for the season. ard and Ed. Wilson arrived in Orlando urged to contribute, as this institution j property of' Mr. William Chase Tem- since leaving this section. Tie
Orlando visiting Mrs. C. V. Rowland, last night in a big Cadillac Eight, is doing a splendid work, entirely un- ple at Winter Park. By all means deceased leaves a wife, daughter: and .
South Main in Orlando. denominational.-Lakeland Telegram.' I read his advertisement. several grandchildren.
on street. Don't let anybody tell you that you the first of its kind seen
They are registered at the San Juan 1 .
are getting something for nothing.
Mr. Eugene Rose,of Vicksburg,Mo., Pay for what you get and see that hotel and will remain over Sunday.Mr. I t.ai .
traveling out of New Orleans, spent
you get it, or you will live to regret
." yesterday in Orlando on business. that and Mrs. T. B. Gillespie, of Or-
you were stung.
I lando, arrived in the city yesterdayto

Mr. IIerbert Wichtendahl, after a Mrs. Adele Irwin, Mrs. M. B. Tes- spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Gil- McElroy's PharmacyOrlando
visit to relatives and friends, returnedto son and their friend, Mrs. Potter, arrived lespie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S.

Tampa yesterday afternoon. last nigh from Washington, D. Fry. Mr. Gillespie returns today, but
j his wife will remain for several days.
C., to spend the winter. They are
Mrs. W. T. Moore, of Mt. Sterling, happily located at the Summerlin.Mr. I I -Palatka Daily Item. Established 34 Years
Ky., has arrived to visit the familyof I I Fla. \ } __

:Mr. J. E. Groves, on DeLaney and Mrs. John Jenkins and two inter- ,' --J-
Mrs. Fred Wise arrived in
street. 'I esting little daughters, Misses Virginia .
Orlando yesterday from Davis, Ill.,
I and Helen, who have been visit- "
and are guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. S.
Mrs. A. B. Valentine and mother I ing Mrs. C. V. Rowland at her homeon GIFTS
: Benage at their home in Concord PRACTICAL
of Pittsburg, Pa., passed through Or- i Park. Mr. and Mrs. Wise are on South Main street, returned yesterday -

lando yesterday en route to Lakeland. : their honeymoon, having been mar- afternoon to their home in { 'Lt

They made the entire trip alone and I i ried on Thanksgiving day, and are Sanford.Mr. FOR XMAS. .* .

without a mishap in their Buick making a tour of the South and decided r ,-
and Mrs. Southgate arrived .;. ..
model 25. will return later to
They
t to pay a visit to the City Beau- :
DeLand for the winter. 1! tifuk yesterday on the Tampa Special from '

---- "Newport, Ky., to spend the winter, as French Ivory Mirrors Kodaks V '4 Ideal Fountafn.. Pens
I i has been their usual custom for a
i.' I number of years. They spent a couple French Ivory Combs i Perfumes Thermos Bottles
For Christmas
of weeks in Jacksonville with '
; I Carafes
Brushes Stationery -
1 French Ivory t 'v. .
their daughter, Mrs. J. T. Craig.Mr. .
Let us send for you by parcel post a Perfume Bottles i-; Card, Gases Safety Razor Outfits "
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BOX OF FRUIT '
and Mrs. A. G. White and maid ..; : l' :.
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back home for Christmas. It "
will '
and Mrs. Geo. S. Northrup have arrived .
Outfits and Gentlemen. -
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make a nice rememberance, at a small in Orlando from Montclair, N. Traveling, four Ladies b"/ : .
cost-
Y., to join the ranks of the winter :Mail Orders Promptly Filled. No Char;e for Mailing

Wrights Seed Store visitors now sojourning in this sec- :- ,
tion from their state. They have ,

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