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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
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Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
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Creation Date: December 1, 1914
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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.$? tu'l\i ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY; DECEMBER 1, 1914. NUMBER 251.





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_:&, "" ENGLAND CHRISTIANSAND. HAS DEMANDED AS A i. The backbone position of now the extendsverti Germans' defensive -- GONZALEZ IS NEW HEAD GERMAN COMPANY BUILT BALKS AT ELECTROCUTION !BUSY DAY IN THE LOCAL ,

cally from the southwest for forty

i NAVAL-BASE I'!' miles cavalry from has the cleared.line which the Russian OF MEXICOHE CANADIAN BASE OF WHITES POLICE COURT :

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, If Norway Defends Neutrality This line is now held by a strong .'I

,! '' 'Sweden May Become In- I fighting column northward to Vistula WAS ONE OF FOREMOST UNDER VEIL OF FILM CO. ARKANSAS PENITENTIARY "HIS HONOR" FINDS MANY
.t above Gumbinnen. The Germans at- '
LEADERS AGAINST GERMANS PLANT BIG ELECTRICIAN REFUSESTO GUILTY OF MISDEMEANORS .
...H"U. 'voh"ed in the tempted an answer to this turning
'--S.' .* movement by pushing southward HUERTA GUN CONCRETE BASE SERVE j
.. Struggle
,; from the other end of their line at

Zdunska Volia on the Warthe near Carranza Has Repudiated All Quebec AlarmedGovernmentAgents Ten Men, Four White and Six Wheels of Justice Run Over

WHAT IS MOVE OF KING GEORGE? Sierred, but found an impassable Issues of Fiat Money Searching Islands Black, Are in Prison Await Rich, Poor, and Weak Alike

barrier in the Russian column which Made by the Villa for Arms and ing Time for TheirElectrocution -Auto Causes ']
had been thrown back westward to
HEAD OF ENGLAND LEAVES GoernmentWashington AmmunitionOttawa Trouble )
the Germans' relief force which was

t. FOR FRANCE-BERLIN SAYS advance from Wielun.
attempting an
Nov. .-With the Ont. Nov. 30.-A secret Little Rock, Ark., Nov. 30.-Luther There was considerable activity in i
, RUSSIANS DEFEATED This column enclosed the German -
position forces of Zapata in full control in store of arms and ammunition is be- Castling, an electrician at the state police court yesterday. Several par- t
at both ends and intensifiedthe the Mexican capital, political pro- penitentiary, today announced that ties drank too much firewater, there ,.
searched for the Isle of Or-
Paris assaults from the south on Gen. ing on
x Dispatch Says Germans Have scriptions and hanging of persons he would resign rather than officiateat were violations by bicycle and auto- 1

t- Renewed Attacks, With Great Von Hindenberg's entrenchments. supected of "political offenses or for leans in the St. Lawrence, just off the electrocution of a white man, mobile drivers, and a case of "fighting -4

f- ; Violence, but Allies Continue alleged robberies" are- daily occur- Quebec. A concrete base upon whicha four of whom are now in the peniten- came before "his honor."

to Progress GUERNSEY'S STORE BUILDING rences there. This information gun could be placed] was found tiary awaiting electrocution within a The record of the day's proceedings'follow ; 1-
GETS NEW AWNINGWork
reached the state department and there. A German, two ;years ago, few days.; Castling; has electrocuted ; i
several embassies here today. three Eugene Rowe, arrested by Officer ',=I
] NOT. 30.- negroes.
Christiana, -Norway, Was Started Yesterday on New bought a tract of land on the island
England has demanded from Norway Zapata has not entered Mexico City I The penitentiary officials have been Bogarth, disturbing the peace and us- ':
Awning for Guernsey'sStore and established there a plant for the
for use as a naval base the city and pcrsonalyl but has appointed a mili- unable to secure an electrician to take ing profane language; fined $5. ; and _
BuildingA him. It is manufacture of concrete blocks. It is $2.50 for contempt of court.
autocrat to .
harbor of Christiansand, on the southern tary represent Castling's place.It .,
*;l jj. coast of Norway, such use to con- by the edict of this autocrat that pro- on this property the concrete founda- will be the first white man to be Ed. Holloway, drunkenness, arrest- .
all
force of workmen
tinue only during the war. were busy scriptions are being announced and tion was found. It commanded the electrocuted since the chair was installed ed by Officer Peel. Fined $& and i
day yesterday dismantling the old
This demand has been refused by hangings for political offenses are be- defenses of Quebec and of the St. several months ago which is costs.
in front and the south side
the Norwegian government and prep- awning on ing conducted. There has been no Lawrence river.. scheduled to take place Wednesday.There James Stokes, arrested for riding
of the building. The corner -
Guernsey
arations, are .benig made to defend its looked and unfamiliarwith confirmation yet to the report that Last summer a moving picture company are ten men in the penitentiarynow bicycle without lights. Fined $2.50
neutrality. strange Zapata and Villa are co-operating and ; the leading officials cf which awaiting electrocution four and $10 for contempt of court. '

Troops have been sent to Christian- the awning w>ne. However, itwill I that they will join forces against were' German, spent the sumre'on white and six negroes. Carl Eckerton, arrested by Officer ,T
replaced by a new one in keeping -
t- sand from all parts of Norway and I with the 'other awnings on the Carranza. the Isle of Orleans reproducing the Carter for driving over fire hose. *
: the defenses of the city are being battle of the Plains and making mov- THE WEATHER Fined $5 and costs, and paid. 4

t: strengthened. If Norway's neutralityis I, east one will side be of Orange supported avenue.by chains The new and I GONZALEZ NEW HEAD OP ing pictures of it. They had much John Walker, arrested 'by Officer r

to be violated by England, Sweden I MEXICO? cannon and rifles and fired quantitiesof Florida: Partly cloudy Tuesdayand Broom; drunk. Fined $5 and costs.
I will extend: along the entire west end |
1 *. may be drawn into the struggle be- I Washingon, Nov. 30.-State depart- blank ammunition in their opera- Wednesday. Paid.J. +
and on the south to the first entrance. !
cause of its defensive alliance with I ment advices today reported that Gen. tions. They are believed to have secreted E. Vick, arrested by Officer Den-

Norway. II I Pablo,Gonzalez, now at Pachuca, with their guns there. The concrete i ton for turning around on Orange

EXTRA FINE TALENT 8,000 troops, had proclaimed himself base has been undermined and many DOESN'T SEEM POSSIBLEThat avenue and Church streets with auto.

KING GEORGE RUSHES TO provisional president of Mexico. lie pits dug in the search for weapons, Fined $1, and paid.

FRANCE i hitherto had been regarded loyal to but none has been found and as the McCraney, arrested by Officer

London, Nor. 30.-The press bureau Memorial Services of Elks at Carranza. island is twenty miles long and seven a Horse Can Walk on Ice Denton for turning around on Orange

announces that King George has gone 1 Gonzalez was one of the foremost miles wide the search is likely to Over Creeks in Ohio; avenue and Church street with. auto.
the Grand Theatre Next
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to France. Last night he made a leaders of the constitutionalist armyin prove tedious. At its nearest point But 'Tis Only Too Fined $1, and paid. k

visit to the headquarters of his troops Sunday Are to Be ]! the campaign.against Huerta. After the island is four miles from Que- True! Herman Bossee, arrested by Officer

*accompanied by, Lord Stamfordham Splendid I the Aguas Calientes convention, bec. As far as is known the films Bogarth for running auto without

and Major Wigram.NEARING however, he disappeared southward made last summer were never shown. light. Fined'$1, and paid.t'Mrs."Diekson "
,'. i .Mr.,and_Mrs, G. A..Spross .ami;:son.
*"*The' committeehaving in chargethe arrested by-Officer '
with his army and. his whereaboutssince : : 4..
who;
musical of Orlando Master Charles, of Toledo, Ohio, Peel for running auto without light. ,
TINAI" DECISION program had been a mystery. ROOF GARDEN LIGHTS ON FOR

Berlin by'wireless-ris'London,Nov. Lodge No. 1079, Benevolent and Pro- | The state department reports came FIRST TIME spent last winter in Orlando, have returned Fined$1, and paid. .

I 30.-Official, reporta.from'the western tective Order of Elks, memorial serI| from Aguas Calientes. They gave no said are now greeting their Mr. Pemer arrested by Officer Peel

continue:' "show the vice, to be held at the Grand theatre, details. It is not believed that Gon- For the first time the hundreds of many friends at their hospitable for riding bicyde without light. theatre of ,war ,: ; ( $5
enemy's attacks have been" repulsed. Sunday afternoon, December sixth, i' zalez, with his comparatively small lights on the roof garden of the j home on the corner of Magnolia and. Fined $1.
have been fortunate in securing some Will Wilson:- arrested Officer
force, will be able to interfere with Yowell-Duckworth department store Hillcrest. { by
The Germans gaining ground and
\" ; are of the best musical talent to be found Peel for turning around
| on Orange
the forces of Gutierrez and Villa fora last evening. The
thus gradually, nearing a final 'detision. were flashed on They arrived Saturday night and '
.anywhere. I II joint triumphal entry into Mexico sight was an entrancing one and hun- :Mr. Spross says it is delightful to be I avenue and Church street with a
I Among those who will assist are I team. Fined $1 and .
paid.O.
dreds of citizens turned their faces ,
City.
'
.> The situation in the eastern theatre i I here. W'-ien: they left the Buckeye .
Mrs. Willie Drennen-Aldredge, Prof. I C. McLaughlin, arrested by Of-
heavenward to view the pretty scene.
of war at the week-end showed that State tl.e creeks and small streams
and Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr, the ficer Peel for running auto without 4'
I Repudiates CurrencyEl Progress is" being made 'rapidly on
the time was ripe for the resumption were f.c.en: so hard that you could
.of active operations inst the Russians Mendelssohn Club, the Grand orchestra : Paso, Nov. :30.; -A message re- the garden and it will not be long run a I'cse over them. lights. Fined $1, and paid.

which have been temporarilyhindered i and Mr. Walter Drennen. i ceived today by his agents here, said until the formal opening takes place. '! Jim Long, Jack Young and Ed. Hol '

by the advance of Russian Carranza had repudiated all issues of | Watch the columns of The Sentinel loway, arrested by Officers Bogarthand

reinforcements from northern Poland. : fiat money made by the Villa government for the announcement.from THE lASONS" TO ASSIST Broom, charged with drunkenness. -
1
E AT
NEXT GAME
P"I in Chihuahua. This further Case against Jim Long was
;The German successes have now definitely I "
removed the danger of invasion complicates the already involved mat- the interio--; tomorrow 0-;-1-i"s-1; continued to December 1. Young
i i Mexican So far is known the Villa and Holloway fined $5.
Further ter currency. day. as Cincinnati Meeting Plans to
of the German provinces.
i Cathedral School and Rollins Today Villa was reported as still forces have not yet attacked Tampi"->. I War Sufferers W. W. Rose, for running an auto-
to the south the Austrians are cooperating Help on Big
with good effect. College to Play Basket delaying his entry into Mexico City, Good order prevails here. Scale-Thirty-six Grand mobile. without light, was fined $1.

Ball Game Saturday remaining at Tula, a few hours' ride'' The United States collier XeJ'cg I A. D. Allen was arrested for carry-

NightThe from the capital. No explanation ; has received orders to sail for Gur '- I Commanders Approve ing a concealed weapon. He tried to
LOSE IN WEST
GERMANS I was given except that Villa desired Ito j tanair", She then will proceed f"',r sell the pistol in order to get
Paris: Nov. 30.-J German forces Cincinnati, Nov. 30.-At a meetingof enough to return to his homein
undefeated team from the Ca- enter the capital together with!' the Philippines. money :
with great strength renewed their attacks i Provisional President Gutierrez and I prominent Masons from all over Tennessee. The fine was suspended -
school will Winter
upon the allies' positions to the thedral journey to Gen. Zapata. Caballero Still Loyal the couhtry here tonight a movementwas pending good behavior. The gun

.north of Arras today, but the onslaughts I Park Saturday night and try to I Ncv York Nov. 30.-According "> launched to secure funds for war is in the hands of the chief of police.

futile, according to take' the of the fast team sufferers in Europe. Forty-six" of the
were an measure I Americans Stranded a statement given out tonieht by the I Oscar Hinchey and Eustace Broom

:official statement issued tonight.. i representing Rollins college. The Vera Cruz, Nov. 30.-Many Amer- Mexican bureau of informatkn.which forty-nine grand commanders of the were arrested ,for fighting, Hinchey

t Violent cannonading was begun I!' college team has not been seen in 1 1I i[ icans bound for the interior of Mexico frequently is the recipient of :Mexicannews country expressed their approval' of being fined $5.DOG .
early this morning and under cover : the plan. The other three have not .
public this but most of the now are becoming stranded at | emanating from sources favor-
| year, as 1 I
of the bombardment, German detach- been heard from. It is. estimated
: :Vera Cruz. There is no rail commu- i able to Carranza, Luis Caballero,gov- BATTLE HERO, DIES FOR.
of hurled at the players are old High School playersit I there Masons in the
ments infantry were are 1,680,000
e
I nication with Mexico City and there ij i II ernor of the state of Tamaulipas, has FRANCE *
French and British earthworks, but is not expeeted to show weakness I United States and it is hoped to se-
j i is not likely to be for some weeks. I. not deserted Carranza as previously -
no impression was made upon the on this account. A large number of I cure at least one dollar each from
here and the forces with
I I Every ship arriving brings a reported joined Marquis\ Wounded Caries
Mortally
,
the defenders kee'ping !them. This will be
made the
allies positions, Orlando people will probably be presi i I i I few Americans whose destination is which Villa is affiliated. The bureau city

their line intact and inflicting ent, as besides the local girls on the (]I I :Mexico City. Some are not well supplied quotes messages which it ,announcesit I.!headquarters for collection and distribution Message Across Shell-Swept

severe fosse's uPon the massed bodiesof Cathedral team, several members of with funds and Consul Canada has received from Caballero deny I. of the money which will be Territory

attackers. the Rollins team' will be old Orlando! I. fears they may become cahrges. ing that he has joined the Villa sent to the grand lodges of the coun

The bombardment of Arras itself players. Carranza is expected to return I forces. tries at 'war. Relief will not be con- Dunkirk, France, Dec. 1,-Marquis,

t'J continues and' the town now is a fined to Masons or their families. the regimental dispatch dog of the

shambles. Further to the northeast BRITISH WARSHIPS PATROLLINGATLANTIC I twenty-third French infantry, has

it of Ypres the-'allies are meeting with I Honestly, Some Of Us Forgot. AFTER LONG PERIOD OF QUIETNESS been mentioned in the orders of the

exceptional success in their offensive. IOKUWEOWOOG.IX day, having fallen in duty at the bat- '


movctnent.t At Least Twelve Are Sweeping the Our Postoffice Box Numbersform IS IN ERUPTION tle ,of Sarrebourg, on the Bilgian
1 Treuohes have been }abandoned by Seas With Their Wireless- [ I frontier.At >

the. Germans at a number of impor- No Regard for Business Honolulu Nov. Mokuweowoo, this action it.became necessary ;

tant strategical points south pf Ypres I f It ,is funny what habit will do for of the postoffice exterior had I the summit crater of Mauna Loa, for an officer to send a report immediately -

and these have been occupied by the New York, Nov. .:-At least k a person, especially if the habit is changed. The "V" shaped postoffice most spectacular of Hawaiian volcanoes to his superior, but.the German -

British) and J French troops....as fast as I twelve British warships are now pa- I one that has been produced 'by con- fixtures had been straightened out. :i again is in eruption, after along fire was too Intwrae to allow a

", the invaders fell back, trolling the Atlantic between New It was a little confusing when period of quiet. It was believed man to cross the fire zone and Marquis -
I
At other:; points brilliantly executed York and the Panama canal, sweep- 1 I stant traveling in one direction for a Postmaster :McLean's bright and reassuring -j i I,I to have become extinct. Lava is roll was charged with the 'misison.

5. attack by the allies forced the enemyto I j ing the seas with their wireless, I I good- many times three times .a day, face was seen all was happiness -I ing down the mountain side. Off he ran across the; firesweptzone

quite the. ditches in great disorder.It crowding ordinary commercial radios or oftener-just as business demanded. once more. Mokuweowoo crowns the huge, bald and arrived nearly at the ob-

4s now Safe'to say. that even with I from the air, and keeping close checkon "Why, howdy do, Mr. :McLean; how I dome of Mauna Loa'at an altitude of jective point when a German ball

the main ssue 'yet undecided! 'that all forms of shipping, according to "Well, I declare-what happened" does it seem to be over here?" 13,600 feet. Its diameter of more struck him down.* He struggled to 1

the Frencn atid'j3ritish' have won a wireless operators on the steamship Foolish expression, and then, "Oh, "Just fine, thank you, neighbor- I I than two miles makes it one of the his feet though losing a great deal of t tf f
.
bnttlepf big guns whi h has been in Ancon, which arrived here today from t yes, of course, it was moved. anything I can do for you?" largest craters in the world. blood, and dragged himself up to the

progress wihouj' interruption for the Cristobal.The I The same misfortune befell a good And then came the puzzle. Honestly The crater Kilauea at an altitudeof position where the officer was directing ;!

past zabnth.TERRIFId.. wireless activity of these war ; many Orlandoites yesterday. The -:'it was a puzzle for some people 4,400 feet is in a state of subacute a section of machine guns. He t

vessels the operators said is caus- i postoffice had really, truly] moved to find their mail boxes. Having I activity. The' outpouring can do no let fall the ordec.,Ted4enyed by his .

iJ'l STRIFE IN POLAND ing great inconvenience to :he com- I from Orange avenue over to the At- been accustomed to the location of damage until It reaches the timber blood, and brKtettiij....! 'Iast.; '

Petrograd" Nov: 30,-Russian cavalry mercial work of American vessels, as cade building, just one door north of the box and not the box number, they line 4,000 feet below the lip of the His soldier comj E Sate,raising a

which has! forced a broad pass- the high powered wave of the men the Sentinel office; and so the person had to ask, yes, sir, ask what the crater. fund for a monument-, pn which is to

Age northwan| above the left Ving of war are heard continually in utter who tried to get his mail on Orange number of their box was! be inscribed, ".Maquis:\ : Killed on the

of the German position' Poland has disregard of commercial business. avenue had to turn right around and It will only be a short time until Come. and see us for fine stationery Field of Honor*" ,'

bastene4 the final stage of Gen Von' proceed to Pine street. the, boxes will be located again, 'and ; latest books, school and offM.. .'- ;

Hindenberg's great experiment. ..,;.' G..e news in*the Sentinel first. Once in th office the old familiar the numbersforgotten.. supplies. Curtis & O'NeaL, 1. Get the.news in t pi peWl rst. j

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BRITISH FIRE ON Thousand More Belgians



STEAMSHIP I Nov. 30.-"The Than population Was- the At cold almost First : : '

BERWICK I which must be fed during gees sit huddled around ; .J
CRUISER
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probably will be many by day and sleep on ,
HAVE SHOT AT : :
more than seemed likely a "One tent contained, i
i :
IIELENE I ago." This is the concl-u wives and a couple of
II I by a special investigator the report. "One of the i
:
Not Unusual Incident by the American commis- expecting to become a ,
Times Say Officials I' relief of Belgium. The or three days. \ I
Washi ngt on-No telegraphed his report Recent arrivals from
to Herbert Clark mitted that the Germans
Damage i of the American and anxious to give

Panama, Nov. 28.-The I:I I added:
said large num "They pay us with
steamship St. Helene, i
I i Belgian refugees in the' telling us that some day
land, which sailed from
I had returned to Bel- but it
good money;
November 17 for San i
rived at Colon today and were going to return and food.
she had been red on by the would be an enormous ad- Refugees said small
... cruiser Berwick. the starving populace. been cleared of food by I
three thou- who also had
said his -
Captain Orland
failed are living in tents. cattle and that positive :
hailed, but apparently
+ ground like a quagmire and faced the people. ;
to as quickly as expected, I I IU.
that the British !
result

I two American shots vessel.across the The stern HAS JOINED ZAPATA I! U. S. NOT READY

curred at a point ninety notif'ing'l Cuba."I 1
west of Colon.
Mexico City Unite- South American
An officer from the
ed the St. Helene and Spaniards have U. S. to Co-operate !
papers and cargo. The Killed During cluding 1

three permitted hours.to proceed after a Rioting WarshipsWashington

n, Nov. 30.-Administra- Nov. 30.
p Incident Not today credited reports States government is
Washington, Nov. 30.-W I Villa's troops had joined cording to an I
Secretary Bryan, to
official report of the firing in Mexico City. They
ion the of
British cruiser Berwick on request I
American steamer St. Helene' I' advices. nations for co-operation
ama had been received here dispatch to the state de ton in negotiations
belligerents looking to I
state department officials dated yesterday, reported
I
the incident as not unusual I! men and agents of Gen. of their warships from
'
of war. m I I the city. All official this hemisphere. Mr. Ii \
Merchantmen, according say order is being main- however, he would take
procedure, are expected to only looting mentioned be- up with President Wilson.The !
mediately 'on demand of of a ranch in the outskirts Peruvian
warships or signal their an American. In the same cated to Mr. Bryan in
submitting to search. If Spanish ambassador told ernment's proposal for
delay, the customory today, several Spaniards ment of a neutral zone in
and the Pacific. It
fire a shot across the bow or reported killed.
a warning.The of Carranza's arrival at territorial waters of
right of search is Secretary Bryan wired tries from the present I
recognized. The belligerent Consul Silliman to remain miles to a designated
authorized to use force in City. He said he had orig- in which merchantmen !
the right of search and is Silliman to join Car- would be free from ,
liable, according to the latter was at Orizaba. ,
authorities, for damage Consul Canada at Vera TO PROTECT
from resistance by a handle all negotiations with i Havana, Nov. 28.-The
I Ii i i ship Cuba sailed today
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adjacent to the Lake Gem Villa Colony of winter residents. From this property one can ,

run a motor boat into seven large lakes, abounding in fish and scenery, and from the last
of these lakes to the Coast via the Ocklawaha and St. John's river, 216 miles.

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SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS: TO INVESTORS INTENDING TO BUILD. We sell

Tourist Hotel Site, you any lot at reduced price providing you intend to build, and accer for purchase

A Sub-Division Proposition price, second mortgage at 6 per cent interest. All our lands are beyond d!. .,t the best

citrus land in Florida, and we pay the fare to anybody, whom we cannot convince bf this

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NOTES FROM HIGH SCHOOL PRAYS TOW' AROI committee Christian officers(Turks) of refused this to military com- I

ply with the order of the Prussian of-

ficers or instructors on the ground
Many Events Transpire to Make 'I that they had sworn allegiance to uphold GRAND

the Week a Notable and MECCA the Ottoman constitution and

Interesting One for that this was unconstitutional. Five I

'-\RANGE\ i Students of these officers, Armenians Greeks .
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I KAISER FOOLS TURKS WHO and Syrians were found guilty of '' T() I.ty t
I (Continued From Sunday Sentinel.) high treason and put to death forth-
Another member of the junior class THINK HE HAS TURNEDMOHAMMEDAN with. The next day an Arab Syrian L

i who sought inspiration from nature : regiment attacked the headquartersof .
AVENUEOne on this bright and festive day was the Aleppo army division staff and Daniel Frohman Presents '
Charles captured and executed nine Germans
Limpus. STORIES ARE EASY TO BELIEVE and six Turkish officers. Six days
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The office of vice-president of the after this. nine regiments of Anatolian MARY PICKFORDIn
troops surrounded the barracksof I
freshman class, being unoccupied, aclass
Turks of the Occident Really
meeting was held Friday and the Arab regiment and a few hours
Miss Margaret Schuman was ejected Believe That Germans Are later every Arab soldier was dead. the celebrate romantic comedy ,

Lot 100 by 240 to fill the position. Joining Faith of The Anatolians believed they were "
--0-- destroying a rebellious Christian regiment "Such a Little Queen
The Presbyterian football team the Prophet and when they learned the ,

One Lot 50 by 225 has always had complete and perfect truth there was a fray among the
London, Nov. 30.-Kaiser Williamhas
officers and five German instructors
confidence in its ability to defeat the I
turned Mohammedan and says !
High[ School team and Thursday afternoon were killed.

One, Lot 50 by 125 this confidence was vindicated his prayers Mecca with every his morning face turned and even toward .

aid former defeats avenged
ing-this is implicitly believed by the I
by a score of 14 to 0 in favor of the !IAROUND THE STATE
former team. Turkish soldiers now fighting for the :
Teutonic cause. They also know-
--0-- I Jackson county is to have a -
special
I for their leaders have told them so-
Mr. Sidney Philip Newell editorinI election, made necessary by the
the
that the Germans are joining
chief of the High School Echo who death of lIon. J. R. Shomaker
faith of the Prophet at the rate of rep-
Prices has been spending the holiday weekin resentative-elect to the le islatul'e.
Right 10,000 a day. The Crescent'! is to fly
Washington, D. C., returned home There[ are already three announced
in every great capital at last! i
Sunday evening. candidates with a possibility of several -
--0-- These stories absurdities to the more.

A large number of High School pupils Occident, are not hard for the Turksto --0-- By CHANNING POLLOCKIn
stomach. They have always be-
attended the basket ball between
game -
would According to the Western Union five reels of motion
C. S. G. and Ocala H. S. Friday lieved that Mohammeadnism_ pictures. A Paramount
evening. Needless to say the cover the earth-with a much more: Telegraph company, Tampa has more Production. The only place in Orlando you can
time clocks than other city of
You Know What game was interesting and exciting implicit faith than ninety per teach-cent. its size.. The increase any in business see these great productions.
of Christians believe Christ's
enough to furnish -
ample opportunities
since last March has been than
more
for cheering the home team. ings will some day be everywhere tri-
Orange Avenue Is --0-- umphant. They themselves are fierce 250 per cent. --0-- "THE GRAND""PARAMOUNT

The first regular meeting of the warrior proselytes: whom the Arabs
converted and who then outdid the A Woman's club has been or!r>n-
Classical Club, scheduled to be held
last Tuesday, was postponed until the I countrymen of Mohammed in battlingfor ized in Auburndale by Mrs.V.. S. HOUSE"HEAR

same day of the coming week. A the Crescent; so it is easy for Jennings, newly elected president of
good program has been arranged by them to be convinced the warlike Ger- the State Federation'of Women's
mans are going through the same Clubs. The charter membf-shin
the committee and every member is
looking forward to this occasion with process as did the Ottomans several numbers twenty-three. .
CARL DANN -- -
great interest. centuries ago.
'I Seventh Grade vs. Seventh Grade I There is just a grain of truth in The half million dollar bond issue

After school Friday the seventh this Mohammedanization of Germany, carried by Lake county for gccl "THAT ORCHESTRA

grad of the Old School went over too. Of the tens of thousands of roads has been sold to R.1.. Grant, ,

to ,..' New School under the guid- German school teachers, engineers Field Richards and C. W. McNeer, Again*> apply the term "That Only Orchestra :
ance r Miss Ruby Wilkins and there soldiers and business men who have who bid pr and $11.000 and accrue! in Orlando" as we have the only Ochestra in
Jams and JelliesReceived engaged in a spelling contest with come to Turkey in the last ten years, interest since January 1, 1914. In the
city.
. Miss 'T'Mlor's seventh grade. Honors large numbers have learned the Turkish face of the present financial conditions ;

were \ery evenly divided Miss Tay- language, and learned it with it is generally considered that j

lor's pupils making a score of 21 Teutonic thoroughness.And this is a decidedly satisfactory price.
points to 17 for the Old South School a great many have espousedthe Bond coma.issioners will be electedby lOc 20c j

thus'winnig that part of the contest; faith of the Prophet! Even men the connty commissioners!' of Lake jf
a car load of while on the other hand Miss Wilkins' who have come as missionaries are I county immediately and it :s v.\pect- f

' ,, \ im Jams," Preserves, Jel- "old guard". .were. the victors. in the among this number. I ed that work will proceed on the _
' endurance trial, Aiais -Helms- outspelling roads at the earliest possible date. _
and Fruits. be few but -
es There may a hypocrites, i -- '- ---- --- --
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most of these converts are sincere. 1
.1 opposing forces. With the
improvements at and
Their addition to the hordes of Mo-
Seventh Grade Picnic around DeLand Junction DeLand will!
hammed have been made the basis THE OLD RELIABLE -1
The DelicatessenPies i The victorious seventh grade of the for the most absurd statements in soon have the most attractive station 1
Old School, rejoicing over having defeated the speeches of fanatic priests. Ac- grounds of any town on the Atlanti'
the New School in Friday's here Coast Line in Florida. Our enterprising DANN'S TRANSFERDr.
arriving
Cakes, Salads and cording to refugees
spelling match, resolved to spend Sat- from Turkish towns younf softas, or people have contributed about

Cooke Meats. urday picnicking. At 10 o'clock a clergymen are gathering about them $600 of their money for a splendid B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
large crowd of pupils assembled at fanatical multitudes and addressingthem advertising scheme.-DeLand News. j
the; home of Miss Wilkins and pro- somewhat follows --0--
as :
ceeded to the fair grounds, where "Sons of the noble conquerors of Florida now wants a big crop of Livery; Draying and HaulingWE
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Bran BiscuitHome they spent the entire day with vari- the ancient Eastern Empire-de- winter tourists but worse than all a

ous games and amusements. At mid- scendants of Sultans Selim and Sulei- big crop of permanent settlers who i
day a bountiful picnic dinner was know how to make the soil
made or we supply :man! I preach to you a message bring
served and proved very acceptableafter I from the pnly living incarnate Vekil- forth an abundance. The soil will! do' GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
you bran to make them. the games in the open air. I ullah (God's representative), Sheik- its part if industry and intelligence 1

i About 4:30 o'clock the children unani- i ul-Islam (supreme head of the Mohammedan are applied to it intelligently,-Oc"' I .
mously voted the affair a huge suc- i church Banner.
) AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
cess and departed for their homes, I I ,
"Bold and faithful followers! I -oWe -
CARUTIURS & GORE tired but happy.; bring you glad tidings; for four need more people to till the ,;,1 Y

months our noble religion has aug- and to till it by the growing of sta 'e I Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited

THINGS TO FORGETIf mented its children at the rate of 10- articles, commonly known as fi 'J

Mev Modern Grocery 000 daily. Are they our ungrateful crops. Florida ranks first clas; :'11 HORSES FOR SALE

you see a tall fellow ahead of Armenians? No. They never will production in agriculture and in ,t I

the crowd a leader of men, march- see the blessed light. Are they our matter of wii iter trucking south F': 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
"!' Phone 200 ing fearlessly and proud, and :you sly Greeks who now become Moslems ida i-M-els the world.-Arcadia; N- \ I
know a tale whose mere telling aloud ? Again I say no! Is it Rus- .

;rS: and 8 East Pine St. would cause his proud head in anguish sian, French English or Italian? No, Get the news in the Sentinel fi, .
to be bowed it is i
a pretty good no, a thousand times no! Alamanlar, -- -----
..I plan to forget it. If :you know of a i Alamanlar! (Germans Germans.) -.- _.... ----_----.:.,
t skeleton hidden away in a closet and They are the great and noble n&tionI j

Wood Wood WOOD( secreted and guarded and kept from I that has seen the true light! They
day, in the dark and the sudden display have drawn the sword-jea, that .

of which would cause grief and ,great nation that knows how to use Do not worry about your
Excellent Core Pine Wood Sup-
sorrow and lifelong dismay, it's a 'the sword in the name of Allah!

plied in any quantity pretty good plan to forget it. If you I "The newly converted great warrior 1
know a thing that will darken the joy of all Europe the mighty Chezar

of man or woman, a girl or boy, that Wilhelm the Second, has also become
SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE will wipe out a smile or in the least a holy Moslem convert!"

STRANDS OR MORE way cause any gladness to cloy, it's It is not hard to understand that Plumbing and Sewering

a pretty good plan to forget it.-Se- after such speeches as these there is I
I bring White Way.EXPERT wild enthusiasm for the war among
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ELDREDGE BARIOW the unthinking and uninformed and
I' wild hatred of the Christians. In ,
Telephone 375
places there have been "
many massa-
South Street, near A. C. L. .Pill Street.JEWELER t. cres of Christians-Oriental, not Eu- We will do it for you and you pay when you '

Tracks -p ropean, Christians. In one place, I

Jts ...,." learn about seventy-five were mur- get ready
9-l-lm dered. Mavrinite priest (memberof

I ) a Roman Catholic order) was cap-
tured by a mob and stabbed to death
Real Estate Bought WATCH MAKERI when he steadfastly refused to repeat -


and Sold.City I make a specialt. of Fine Of the the Moslem ten thousand creed. Germans who Call on F F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUMBING and HEATING CO.

Watch, Clock and Jewelery Re- speak Turkish many are now in the
: pairing; Diamond Setting Ring ranks of Mohammedan clergy.I .
Building Lits $100; $1.00 cash I and Spectacle Repairing. learn from an authoritative source
and $1.00 ?week buys a Lot
per Bring me repairs others have that a German named :Muller who Streets '. I
Irvin
RENTS OLLECTED.. I failed to do, and I will repair came to Turkey as a Lutheran missionary Cor. Graves and ;

Notary: Work Promptly and Neatly j My them prices satisfactorily are reasonable.or no charge. and was converted to Mohammedanism 1

one. I led a fanatical Moslem
I mob to a Roman Catholic church and ORLANDO .
N. P. H TCDERI CHAS. VATER would have had the prelate lynched )II

but for the timely interference of a f
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Moslem clergyman.
)JEWELER
Office at Pi ehurst Park ; Some time ago the German instructors i d.;& w-i mo.-II-IS .J
P. O. BO/K/ 281 i East! Pine Street, at Young's of the army of Aleppo i issued !
PHONE 403: I 10-8-lm I Repair Shop I 'general order commanding the'' i."
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Get: ale news in_ftke Sentinel first. surrender all the firearm The ;

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THE DAILY be beautiful, sublime and inspiring SIDELIGHTS NEW YORK CITRUS JIARKET
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opinions of a lierary genius abso- -{)- -
South Florida SentinelMORNING lutely clipped and no credit given. It (By W. S. Branch) Good Demand for Florida Oranges

AND WEEKLYW. 'then becomes a steal of the worst In a few years one of the beauty With Satisfactory Prices
M. CLENN ......................Editor of Orlando will be the of
sort. spots row
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W. C. ESSINGTOX .. ..BuiintM lanaen
'. However, the Tribune spoils a good Australian oaks set out by the late New York, Nov. 27.-The Florida I
Entered at the poctotfiee at Orlando. Florida -
as Second Class Mail Matter. share of the new style by saying, Capt. Lutcher in front of his propertyon orange market is a surprise even to I

6 SUBSCRIPTION RATES "These editorials are written as the North Orange avenue. They have the best posted men in the trade.

Daily.Daily.: 6 1 Months Year .:::::::::::::::::::::: $5.00 2.EO individual opinions of members of the made rapid and steady growth. Prices have been exceedingly satis- ti t
: Daily. 3 Montha ........_............. 1.25 Tribune staff, and do not necessarily -{)- factory and this week money making i
Daily. 1 Month ......... ............. SO "
reflect the policy of this paper. is values were obtained for all offeringsthat OUR SHOEDEPARTMENTS
Chas. P. Dow his resi-
irH'kfY'' I Year ........._............ $1.00 having
: Weekly. Months .-.... ............ .'5 Then why resort to the signatureof dence on North Orange avenue painted would grade up to anything like
L ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN the editorials if they do not reflect a bright red with soft creamy drab desirable fruit. The market opened

ADVANCETO the editorial policy? of the news- trimming. Doubtless the red stands I strong Monday, prices ranging from
ADVERTISERS: $2.50 to $3.25 for the best fruit, $1.75to
,r paper. Surely the managing editorof for war against hard times by reason
hand-set the Tribune has of the federal $2.25 for second grade with poor
Copy for display and all other enough power reserve banking sys-
advertising mast be handea in at the business stock down as low as $1.60. The
later than 2 back of his pen to say what is or tem, and the fascinating drab means
.ice *f the Sentinel not p. m.
,. the day before publication. This rule appliesto what is not the policy of the paper. I"It is a pleasure to serve you." trade wanted the fruit. J W
for contract advertising: it is
invariable chances and will be strictly adhered to. If[ he hasn't this power, then Stovall, -{)- Offerings Florida grapefruit are

: SmU'erfbers JefcTrTng The Sentinel discon- Lambright, Leach, et al., had better I The international checker cham- still qiute heavy. At the auction .I
1 tinned should notify the office in writing on managing editor who is the sales sales this week prices ranged Ii
i the date of expiration, otherwise it will beeontnoed get a pionship games played a day or two i
subscription rates, of the Tribune and not $2 to $2.50 for the best with some-
at the regular mouthpiece a I ago by a Canadian and an Americanwere !
ntil notice to stop is received. thing fine reaching $3. The blk of
r Telrphone Numb r .................... 24 figurehead. finally decided a draw and neither -
f the offerings, however, sold around
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awarded the honors.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 19U. man was $2 with small stock down to .
__ __ poor
_- uf It may surprise most married wo- Now if the Kaiser and the Czar woulddo -
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$1.75. Porto Rico grapefruit seldom 1
SEND THEM TO MEXICO men to know that the term husband something like that what a bless-
reached $2, most sales being made at
f i The city _and county officials the had its origin in the term "house- ing it would be to the world andwhat
L police the sheriff and his deputies, bound," meaning a man who takes a an amount of blodshed wouldbe $1.25 and $1.50.
and everybody else who may possess wife and was bound to his house.o averted. Florida tangerines sold at $1.62 per When we talk shoes we eulogize upon
half box and demand was fairly good.
police powers, should make life so -{)- the finest stock of Footwear for man,
t- wilt There was a very active' demandfor
miserable for the tramps, weary The sweet tooth always gets a treaton There are continual intimationsthat
that California Valencia oranges this woman or child of any store in Florida.
t lies, hoboes, and loafers they holidays, or it should, and what the editorial writers of the
f would forever wash the soil of Orlando week and 24 cars were sold at auc- We are proud of our reputation. We have
show to date candy Times-Union have and never
city can more up I never
from their tion. The best quality sold readilyat
i and Orange county than Orlando has within her will into with
the
stores come complete harmony $4.50 to $5.35 with ordinary fruit built it upon strongest foundations
f feet. borders? President Wilson and his
peerless, at $3 to $4.75, and stock down commerce-that of
Every tramp, hobo, wayfarer, denizen poor known to dependa-
o lecturing secretary of state from Ne-
b of the tall and uncut and un- braska. to $2.50. It looks as though an- bility of qualities. Values the best to be
Your II
the "Do
for Most people join other week will about end up the
shaven and good nothing
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every Orlando Christmas Shopping Early" move- -{)- Valencias as the new crop of Navelsis found anywhere, and unsurpassed assort-
loafer and bum that comes to .
ment by saying that every one else Only a month or two left before I expected in a short time.-New
trying to live a parasitical life; who ments of stock. If a department worth
i- certainly ought to do it. the big midwinter fair. Are you get- York Packer.
tries to "bum" a meal; who pleads
at all its worth in
carrying carrying a
I a ting some exhibits ready? The Sem-
for alms should be bounced from the
t he Those who claim that nature never inoles and Osceolas will git you, SCRIBES VISIT WITH JOFFRE comprehensive manner.
community as soon as appears.

1 f There is too much prowling around; made a mistake, should explain the I I. If youdon't First Time Since Opening of War
existence of the who
man wears a
< too many good for nothing citizens
That Joffre Has Had Audience
watch out. Our Assortment
in his hat. Magnificent -
feather
f. city and state for
in the county- any- I With Knights of the Pen
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f high moraled city like Orlando to tol o

erate. When a man sees a sign that reads "Do your Christmas shopping ear- Paris, Nov. 30.-A representativeof

Too much petty larceny is going "This Means You," he knows that it ly," should be changed to read, "Do the Havas Agency, together witha

., on; there is too much brazen steal- was put there to warn the other fel- your Christmas buying early." Christ- party of Paris newspaper men have

ing; there is too much snooking low. mas shoppers are the very people been received by General Joffre at his

around of nights. On Thanksgivingday o who wear out the nerves and the headquarters. This is the first time a

a resident south of Orlando lost Orlando is certainly being overrun lives of the overworked underpaid since the outbreak of the war that the

nearly $1,000 in jewels and other ar- with tramps. They should be madeto shop girls in the big stores. They commander in chief has consented to .

ticles. Stop the inroad of tramps tramp on. shop for weeks and crowd their buy- see the press. In describing the head-

and a great deal of the mysterious o ing all into the last day or two before quarters and what he saw there the

sounds at night; the missing of little "TilE BOND OF LOVE" AT TilE Christmas. Havas correspondent says:
things and big things will end. LUCERNEA "The offices from which the gen-

Every suspicious character; every SIEGE OF CRACOW HAS BEGUN eral directs operations is in a public

road" should be school in small Thereis
"nobleman of the a quiet town.
and
two part drama written
chased from the city, from the state. played by the members of the Yale Russians Are Bombarding Forts With no undue stir or bustle in the little

/ A nest of tramps was discovered University Dramatic Association will Their Heavy Siege Guns streets and a stranger would never

at the fair grounds Sunday. Sen- be shown at the Lucerne theatre this suspect the presence in this modest
tence should be pronounced upon 'afternoon and evening in connection Milan via London Nov. 30.-The place of the head of the allied armies.

them of such a severe nature that it with "Shorty and Sherlock Holmes" siege of Cracow has begun, according "General Joffre's private office is .

would be a lesson for all other knightsof a two reel Broncho featuring that |Ito a correspondent of the newspaper on the first floor of the school build-
the rail who should start from the Corriere Della Sera who is with the ing. The correspondents were at
ever pleasing Shorty, besides a one
north making warm Florida their ter- reel beauty entitled "Dad and the Muscovite army. He wires that the once shown up and as they enteredthe

minus. Girls." Five reels in alL Russians are bombarding the forts general rose from his desk and Enables us to fit ANY FOOT (a broad
Give them a year on the road; let with their heavy siege guns and that stood in the middle! of the room. lie
"The Bond of Love" should prove a statement to make), but our stock, justi-
them crush rod eat bread and wa- ful lof one of the suburbs of the city is reported was in dress uniform with top boots
pleasing picture, collegelife
very
ter; make them: 03 something so that and excitement.WANTEDPosition. to be in flames. and tunic, but wore no decorations."He fies it. Our stocks are new-ABSOLUTE- I

the public interests will not be jeop- was just as all Frenchmen LY-Our lasts the latest-our styles supreme -
ardized; so that the women will not They that the automobile tour- picture him."
say
driving automobile I with fashion's caprices. I II
be afraid to leave. garbage cans on for hire or private family, by ists in the eastern states vastly increased -

the rear steps and a few rags hang- young white man 19 years old. Have in number this year. Americans Biggest per cent of profit ever is
ing to the clothes line. had experience. Can furnish refer- will learn to like this country derived from the use of the Sentinel's ,

_ i Inflict a punishment upon them ence.Fla., R.Address F. D. No.I. J.1.Carter Orlando 12-l-3t I when they get acquainted with it. want ad. columns. II j
t- that will cause all tramps and bums I
and prowlers to seek Mexico insteadof .
fill If MfMM M f MMMI t M M tit MO C 11"11" > Mftt It MM II 11 ."' 1
fair Florida. .

MOTHERS o Jff tR :

The destructiveness of ammunition, I filMS OrVrlOPfD"i I

fire arms, steel high explosives and i .
the modernized methods of warfareare f

being demonstrated more forcibly ,
10 Cents Per Film
at the pre3ent time than at any pe- .. I f

riod in history. And the real grief i PHARMACY I

and misery falls upon the great army ,
.f.alllllll"II 'IIIIIIIIIIII'I"I"'IIIDIII.el S"8".c .te rlt'I"
of innocent women and mothers.In .
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Europe countless thousands of -
mothers know that their sons have

fallen at the front battling for an un-

known cause dying for the curse of
monarchical oppression. If they are Cults that Endure

not already dead their lives will be I We want you to confirm us in our state-

cut short wounds.by famine, disease, sicknessand ments. Let us show you that every

_., In Orlando within the past few word we say in our advertisements are

days two mothers have known the more than carried out in our goods.
curse of fire arms,; the spoils of pow- The very air is now becoming charged with the I

der; the ravages of modern weapons. WE WANT THE MEN'S CONFIRMATION '
spirit of giving for Christmas will soon be here. ;
One lost an eight year old son; the FIRST

other realizes that her sixteen year

old boy is in the county jail await- The choice and preferred gift is the one which endures, f Here's a special to bring them in.

ing Sympathy a fair trial.must be accorded these because it suggests the continuity of love and friendship, ALL THISVEEK-

mothers. In both cases a fire arm Any $5.00 Shoe in the store from

has been responsible. Back of thatis Such a gift is a watch or piece of jewelry I Monday to Saturday for
the indiscriminate sale of fire arms a

to minors; back of that is the factory $3.98DICKSON.IVfS
that manufactures them, and behind You will find at our store everything that would] distin- !

that comes the history of the devel- first-class jewelry store* -gifts of rare value for the lavish J

nese opment centuries of powder ago.originated by Chi- spender, and an almost unlimited choice of less expensive,]but I

o charming gifts to suit the limited income. '

TAMPA TRIBUNEThe -

yesterday's Tampa issue Morning inaugurates Tribune the signature in- We are sure our selections will please you.

of editorial matter. For in-

stance, G. M. Guerry, managing ed-
itor, appends "G. M. G." to his articles -

and S. S. Jlatlack, city editor, O.onDEP
appends "S. S. :M." to all that he has

to say. It is a commendable policy T. H. EVANSJEWELER .

and one which should be followed by

all editorial writers. ARTMENT ST
Matter: appears in the editorial RE.

,. columns of a newspaper which iseiled. ..
\ It may be disreputable mat-
ter; it may be the highest class and Orlando Orange Avenue Florida ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SIIOPPIN r PLACE

. most elevating form of editorial opin-

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a._. TODAY'S PROGRAM V Jewelry for Christmas AWe i

/ Extra! Fi\e Reels Extra!
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A BIG SPECIAL FEATURE AS USUAL "Round-up at Pendleton." in three have on display now a big assortment of Jewelr for

reels. This is one of the greatest the .
(Title not known at this time.) western features that has ever been' Holidays.It
shown in Orlando, showing the : D
world's champion steers horses, buffalo j
and Sherlock Holmes and all kinds of trick roping. -
"Shorty Sterling. Two reel Ford
comedy '- ,._...-..
Sterling in "Hearts and Swords." Along c- 2." f: "9". t.'"., !: -
Broncho (2 reels). The Latest and Funniest Release of the Shorty Series. Five laugh and and ten cents.GULrA a merry. one. -

a is not too early to select your presents now-nothing has

b ; "DAD AND THE GIRLS," GOOD been picked over.


Beauty. A Refined Comedy \Vhich is sure to Please. GASOLINE .

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1 Coupons given with every admission gcod for the Lucerne Theatre Great AND 'I'o.

i Automobile Contest. SUPREME. AUTO OIL! <7> B BV


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ARE THE BEST FOR YOUR CAR ." .


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We will gladly lay away your selections until want them.
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(@rhttwn Mrs. Story has the endorsement of
n.rttty
the New York state Daughters We INVITE you to look at our goods before buying. '0
Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit
held their yearly conferenc e-
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright I all cars. Give make of car when you
at Oswego, except one. ] .
Office: telephone No. 1 179. Residence telephone No. 254 on spreading her 'no' 1 1 order.

records." ..A.llen & Co.
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR with them at their lovely ,

Dec 1st-5th. on Lake Cherokee. ABOARD-WATCH YO GULf DEFINING COil n JEWELERS
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All ladies of the Presbyterian: STEP"

Tuesday gregation are cordially invited to P. G. WALTON Agent RELIABLE REPAIRING. "EVERYTHING GUARANTEED."
3 P.M.-Tuesday Bridge Club; Mrs. "sit round" this afternoon in
"Why can not the city build and
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Carr hostess. church parlors. Dinner served at Office Phone 430. ,.
Sorosis Club; business meeting; a street railway at least Ii iiL.- -rl y- -.
o'clock. lunch and ---- ---.
book review. Bring your the Wyoming hotel on :Magno- Residence Phone 269.
Cathedral School faculty"at home." sewing. Young ladies especially ------- -- -
avenue to Lake Lucerne, if not
Junior Matrons Card Club; Mrs. vited. BIG R.R.ARBITRATION MEETING as the most important case thus far
Tom Brodwater hostess. Winter Park? It ought to be a A. G. BOUSHER DEADA to come under the law.
Of Interest to D. A. Its I
Presbyterian ladies' "sit around" investment, and tourists feel
The local chapter of the Most Important Case in History of
Church "
parlors. need of street cars. -A Property
< P. .-Picnic supper and dance, of the American Revolution will letter just received by Mr. Wm.L. Railroad Will Be Thoroughly SE IlXOLEC.UIP IE\ NO 13I.
Avenue.
Bee-gi-woo-che. interested in the following I Magnolia Coryell from Mrs. T. II. Mooney Investigated O. O. F.

Wednesday account of the rivalry which will of San Antonio, Texas, conveys the
3 P.M.-Unity Circle; current events;
Mrs. Stanley. dently be manifested in the GREEK RESTAURANT sad news of the death of our former Chicago Nov. 30.-Arbitration of The nomination and election! of the

Mrs. Algernon Haden "at home." election of that order: BURNED TO DEATH townsman Mr. A. G. Bousher who differences over wages and hours of officers of Seminole Encampment No.
Bazaar St. Cecelia's Guild Episco- "New York, Nov. 24.-Mrs. until last April lived at 14 West Con- employment of 98 Western railroadsand
pal Chapter House. 13 I. O. O. F. will take place on
Twentieth Century Club; Mrs. T. Thacher Guernsey of Story Building Burns With a cord avenue. He was buried in the their 55,000 enginemen began
W. Mathews hostess. Kas., is a candidate for the Loss of $40,000-Bodies of the national cemetery there by the G. A. here today before a board of arbitra- Thursday night next December 3rd.

Thursday I.dency general of the Daughters Victims Recovered R.comrades the casket being wrappedin tors appointed under the provisionsof All members are urged to be pres-
3 P.M.-Rosalind Club Mrs. Miller
; the American Revolution in Old Glory. the Newlands act. It is regarded ent. 12-1-3tc
Methodist chairman. ladies' bazaar old post !tion to Mrs William Cumming I Montgomery, Ala., Nov. .-Tony

office building, three days. of New York the present chief \\ a Greek restauranteur of this -
8 P.M.-Conewago Club; Miss Mayer utive who is planning for a and Pete Convaras a Greek
hostess. term. Jacksonville Fla., were burned

3 P.M.-Nullos Friday Club; Mrs. DeWitt "While Mrs. Guernsey has at and'a death here early today when the FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL

Miller hostess. back the following of Mrs. story building in which they
Sewing Club; Miss McQuarters, T. Scott, the former incumbent rooming was destroyed.The .
hostess.
Poinsettia Club; Mrs Peter Palen, I asks for the suffrages of the loss is estimated at $40,000, Established 1886
hostess. ters of all factions on the covered by insurance. The bod-

Saturday I that elimination of party lines will of the Greeks were recovered.
8 P.M.-D. A. R. monthly meeting;
Mrs. O'Neal hostess. her first concern. CURTIS & O'NEAL

:Society: Notes "Mrs. Guernsey's appearance in
Mrs. Emma Ibs and daughter Mrs. field will recall to the fold many

George C. Bergholdt, of Sioux City those who folded their tents after

are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon tense scenes of latter-day DR. J. C .HOWELL INSURANCE LOANS

Gore at their home "Sioux Villa," on I Mrs Guernsey has been active 10-12 3-5, and by appointment
Lucerne Circle. number of years and her record
extra charge lor nou&e treatment REAL ESTATE RENTALSFOR
The Episcopal ladies will have a'the affairs of the Daughters is .
. Except Night Calls.Telephone :
bazaar Wednesday afternoon at sidered by her friends as an connections
the Chapter House and will serve a campaign document. Kansas
cor. Orange and Central Avea.
delicious turkey supper; solid for her and a circular
The gentlemen of the MendelssohnClub sent to the chapters puts

are requested to meet at .::,0 Mrs. Guernsey's business acumen

tonight for special work. The ladies one of her claims to VENEER CORES RENT---Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
will please come at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Guernsey is the present
Mrs. Louisa Hoard of 816 Lemon regent. $1.25 Street.

street announces the engagement of "The Western candidate stands

her daughter Ruby Blanche to Mr. a single term of three years for Per Strand Up Seven Room House, South Orlando.
Herbert Martin Buchanan of Norfolk national officers; no mileage for
Va. The wedding will take ficers or committee chairmen; a FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
OAK WOOD
place some time in the early winter. mittee of appeals,' to be elected Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.
Mrs Kate Wright and daughter the congress of Daughters; the Orlando Wood YardB.
Miss Augusta Wright returned Sun- justment of unsettled differences
day from a prolonged visit to pointsin state or chapters; decision of W. Kingsley, Proprietor I
PINE STREET AND It. R.
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FOR find RENT-Desirable a few well and parties handsomely can bom ben, L iths and Shiiig 1es

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

WANTSThe FOR RENT-Furnished bungalow; I -
I five rooms and bath; all modern
conveniences; lake front location; at-
tractive price. Address Box 33, Win- :. -
ter Park, Fla. ll-27-6t ...
Morning Sentinel Want
Directory is the Grt'atestYant FOR RENT-Furnished rooms in up- ORLAN-Do
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 ______________23t; Royal Cement Agaiife Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ___________50c FOR RENT ,
A CORNER LOTis For Six Days _______________75c; Two furnished bungalows two miles -- -- --- -- --
For One Month ____________$2.50 south of the city on Lake Jennie
This rate applies on all ads of Jewel. Everything complete. A party c
always the Buyer's choice. 25 words or less. If the ad con- from New York will be here in a r
tains more than 25 words the rate few days to occupy one of the four I II
There are but few corners will be one cent per word for we have, with a touring car that will I
each additional word, for each in- make easy access to the city. Theseare
:a-o-SI
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and they are generally sold sertion. I < particular HOMES for particular

If you can't bring your ad to people. SeeCIIADWICK
early the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
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
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corner lot all modern and Every Home-E>ery Dusiness- evenings. l-24-6tc Important friendships result from the right introduction and

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

A NEW HOUSE FOR SALE tenants 11-13-tfc only desired. Jno. M. Cheney. nections. Association is the keyrcte of all business success. We


FOR RENT-LarKe, attractive room. invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-
The price is very low for Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.
FOR SALE OR TRADE-One No. 5 11-8-tfc est is taken in depositor.ORLANDO .
this grade of property. Call Oliver typewriter, with splendid every
leather case. Machine in excellent FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with I
in and let us take you out condition, used but very little. Call garage; elegantly furnished; on t
between 12 o'clock noon and 2 p. m. Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox.
and show it to
you today. for 11-28-tf terms. Inquire at Sentinel office. 8-27-tf BANK & TRUST CO.


ORLANDO BUILDING & LAND COIf FOR RENT-Seven room house; water -
I FOR SALE-The attractive 8 room gas, electric lights, bath, etc.; t
dwelling, 202 Hillcrest avenue; barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by 1 J
t Orange Avenue modern and complete in every re- 200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange I
spect. If interested call up phone 'avenue. 10-31-tf
, PHONE 608 565. 11-24-tf . . . : : 'J4i : a : : : : : ..

FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con- '
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL FOR SALE-Ten acres fine orange veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A.
land; about 3 acres cleared; 3-4 ofa
Knox.
mile south of Gill's store and 1-2 11-3-tf
mile east of Lake Conway, on terminal SUBTROPICAL EXPOSITIONMIDWINTER I
FOR RENT FURNISHEDThreelarge
FRED B. DALEC. of proposed brick road. Ad-
H. BRYANT dress Anna II. Piatt, R. R. No. 1, Box airy rooms, and sleeping
porch; near Lake Lucerne. Mrs. J. E.
DAVIS & GILES, CounselF. 43, Orlando. 11-24-1m.
Foster 411 South Boone street.
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A. PEPPERCORN, Contractor 11.11.tfc tOEL..AJ
FOR SALE-Nice, comfortable home
for small family; grapefruit, guava FOR RENT-Large convenient rooms
and orange trees; six squares of post- for iJTfht housekeeping. Also pleas-
Business DirectoryFor I office. Apply toV.. D. West, 510 ">nt sunshine; front bed room on first

Marion 11-18-lmo avenue, or Hotel Astor. -onveniences.floor. Private 315 family Vest and Central.modern :> IE: FL.A. I ,

11-2l-tfc.
BUSY MEN.\ FOR SALE- -Good work horse: at a
bargain; perfectly sound; young; FOP. RENT-One bed more sleeping FI-I. 9-13 1915
T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed good condition. Address 1:. D. War porch rnd kitchen with all conveniences -
Conscientious work at fair Plumber. ing, Room 4-C, Watkins Bldg. ; close in in a nice npighborbood. : i
prices. 11-20-tfc- rt 307 East Pine St.
Phune 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf ll2Ct*

FOR SALE-Five ,room house, one EDUCATIONAL i
SHOE HOSPITAL mile fi.,m court house $&;,0. One FOR RENT-Fine fumi"hed rooms
Bouton Brothers, corner Church Liberty Brush automobile, $75. In- for houeskeeping; also bed rooms;
and Orange avenue. Shoes repaired quire Shoe Hospital, 8 East Church bath, hot and cold water; all modern; Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic
while you wait. Best rubber heels, street. ll-17-lmo new house; private family; la.ge"unnv
40 cents. Best English. tan leather. rx.rch.! 211 Rulgewood avenue. Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,
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Phone 487. 11-15-lmo FOR SALE-One seven passenger, ll-26-6t and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports
six: cylinder automobile, 1 year old,
LAUNDRYYour first class!' condition. Don't answer FOR RENT; -Apartment of four nice- Areoplans Lectures and Entertainments of all kindsFor
general laundry work, French unless! interested. Address Bargain ly furnished rooms; gas, separate
dry cleaning, and pressing will be ap care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf I bath, new house; adults only. C04
preciated. Satisfaction and '
service Mr'*!!" ;n :'Vf"":P. 11-10-tf-
guaranteed. Open September 28th. FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants, Charl s-
Pnone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry, ton Wakefield $1.00 per thousai.d.;: I I \\ANTED information or premium list address
fur whites only. 9-25-tf Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. I I
10-28-tf I I WANTED TO-RENT a horse, by the VVM. R. O'NEAL Sec'y H. H. DICKSON Prcs'tIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIMIMMBMIilMIMMM
Up to date painting, papering, etc., month; will tiko care of horse end: ,
is the kind you want. Where to get FOR SALE-Fine] cypress fence ; feed. Address X, care Sentine
Inquire of Frank Phillips, POts.j 1l- -G2'
it? That's
phone 636.
easy W. T. -
< Entrican. tle. .>+*+< M-, III'
1-20-tf I USE TEDDER'S DEAD SHOT-It
FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine will cure your chickens or core-::
hammock land in the head ardevent them from h vh ..
T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. ; eight prove; :g
(Conscientious work at fair prices. present crop of oranges will be from the dreaded disease. One or two applications -
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, is sufficient. For sale at
ready for sEtting-lO acres in lake, my residence, 309 America street, Or- $; K
one and quarter miles from Apopka. lando. Price 50c. and $1 per bu ..Ia.
p'
Eat all you want. Price, $5,000. Address W. II., Box ll-28-6t I s
Eat what you want. 178. Orlando Fla. 9-23-tf
Take a postscript and forget it. TOURISTS wanted at private bcard-:
For sale by all druggists. For Sale iparnij ::'!. rear Lake Standish;

l-7-d&w-lyr 20 30 fenced Acres, 10 citrus cleared and crop vegetable on it ;row.an.I. I. ;,'c-.*:". c' W! g; rcr-*r..t''y life;; We have received a car of Foster Bros' famous
I\ortn:; ;; ;iti cocking; icuou..n'i catcs..
for this winter
planting trees
ready
BUYERS AND SELLERSI Address Mrs. L. Smoot, Plymouth,
and crop next spring; near school and Fla.
11-29-Gt:
buy, self, rent, and exchange real church; half mile of railroad station;
four miles from
estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla., good neighborhood; : MULES WANTED-One pair of good Porslanlyke Iron Beds
court house. Special price if taken in '
over 30 years. Have handled over large mules wanted for the winter
next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando. I'
$20,000,000. Call and see me. months. Give weight and terms.
10-25-tf
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Box 604, Orlando postoffce.:

FOR SALE I 11-18-tfc There is nothing that will compare with the finish

AU11CE Nare! ? ry stock one, two, three and I I --
Get your roses now and have lots fou'- year old bud; Foster Eariy.P ROOMS: FOR RENT that are on Foster Beds and OUR PRICES for these
of bloom through the winter. Roses ?',eapple. Java, HQmo assa. Washi } I
now ready for shipment. i .gt-1 t avel. Address Mrs. M. Kahle! I I NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROO beds are far less than others charge for the .same .
W. II. BROKAW, Salesman. vpopk' Fla. Phone 2222. 3-U-tf to adults only. 409 Delaney I'I

f r 11-3-tf I WANTED, ROOMERS' -Rooms and 10-25-tf I style bed thaf has nothing near the finish. We would

\OTICE-ROSES I board in delightful country resi- THREE ROOMS AND BATH, fur- like to call and see this line; nothing like it in
! dence three-fourths mile from Orlando nished or unfurnished for light' you
Owing to the coo' weather, our
roses are now ready for transplant- in orange grove. Plenty fresh I housekeeping; electric lights; new II the
air, fruits and congenial house. Phone Johnson
f ing. All orders booked for first 67. 28-6t
ship- ings. Address A. B. C., surround-I
ment should be here by the 10th off 11-29-lwk* city.We
November. I II LOST AM FOUND I
" \V. II. BROKAW, Salesman. !' give with all cash sales. I IKincaid
t 11-3-tf I FOR SALE-20 acres splendid farm- LOST-Somewhere on Orange ave- coupons
I i ing land, 7 acres pine timber. remainder nue, Church' street, or Ilughey
f I clear; on north shore of Rock street a lark blue silk waist, in pack-
Don't wait for every one In town to lake, one-fourth mile from city limits. age. Return to Sentinel office. Suit-
have Entrican, the painter, before !1 Price reasonable. Address P. O. Box able reward. :Mrs. Helen Wright.
i; you try. Am too busy to look you '!I7-1 1 Orlando, Fla. ll-28-3t 11-28-3tc
f up. Phone 636, and I will be on the

f l job. 1-20-tf .i FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUSThe I & SnowdenLow


i Who is your painter and decorator? FOR RENT-Up to date furnished New Pocket Billiard Parlor
. If you are satisfied keep the one you house; all conveniences; 211 Jack- No. 8 West Pine street, is now open .
I have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, son street. Also two light housekeeping for business. ll-28-7t I.
1 Ne. 6S6. 1-20-tf i!! rooms. ll-29-8t > Priced Furniture House.

ART PUPILS make beautiful
i T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. I AT YOUR OWN GARAGE-Let a can
Christmas Come and
gifts. jcin
( Conscientious work at fair prices. I first class mechanic put :your car I the class under Miss Echols. Room I Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, FloridaI'
in running order. Watch him work.
t Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf 43. Watkins building. Phone 218
Leave call 407 West street. Phone
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J after 8 p. m. 11-25-6t t
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t: 3s* all you want. I 1 MAKE A SPECIALTY of planting:
r Take a postscript and forget it. FOR RENT-Pleasant, sunny rooms and grapefruit trees all
orange ;
For sale by all druggists. completely furnished. Breakfast if I trees guaranteed to live. References IGORDON'S' CARRIAGE I .1
l-T-d&w-lyr :, de 11-29-lw''red. 605 North Orange avesue. I furnished. Charges, $6.00< per acre. S I

: Address, Box 222, Ocoee, Fla. ANNOUNCEMENTMR. f
r They run almost anything and everything 11-10-lmo I -AND-
FOR RENT-To desirable people,
; on wheels these days. well furnished I FRITZ IIAUER has
suite bed room v.-ith THE WILLOLA TEL, 406 Soi .h opened a

r f -- -- -- -- private lavatory. Also single rooms Orange avenue, is now open. Be: a- BAGGAGE TRANSFER i DR. L. H. RAMSOEU
and a garage. Splendid location. No. I
tiful location near Lake Luceri Violin StudioROOM
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NEIL 9 East Washington street. .I OPTOMETRIST
McDUFFEE Home cooking. Spacious
veranua. I
9 E.
Washington St. 1129lmocFOR I Mrs. W. T. Walker. 11-19-lraoc L. T. HARRELL Prop.B I I (Successor to Dr. G. F. i. I-, 8 ROCK BLBG.

i Contractor ant: Builder RENT-Two or three unfur- BLASTING, Subsoiling and Dynamiting Piano and Furniture i ORLANDO FLORIDA
nished rooms, either upstairs or of all kinds done on short no- 'WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND' LENSES
Bungalow a Specialty downstairs. All modern conveniences. tice. A full stock of dynamite; in Moving a Specialty For particulars call at the add rest.
Close to two good lakes. Inquire at 'magazine at all times. See L. N. I AND DO ALL KINDS OF
; Arcade Building. Orlando t' St 3V. Ame.ia :s..:eet, V.'. II. Boyte. Lewis.! 406 S. East street, Orlando. I(8 487 lions, 9:00 to 12:00 a...
1l-9-Ct* 11-13-lmo E. Church St. PHONE j jt OTICAL REPAIRING 1

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} T extremely popular The most exclusive ni mencement of the season: the widest choice and the mot: [ ;, ,' .
You are taking no chanches m buying at THE BIG t
fascinating styles in Coats H1d Wraps for the particular worn1\
STORE, for we have carefullygone over the leading designers
an, as yet offered at this Popular Woman's Store. '
1 R_ stocks, and as a result you have the most approved styles for i ;.

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j ,k We are showing one of the best and :, j tul physical support. They have the hearty
t .'. most complete line of Clothing that f f indorsement of practically all physicians the
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has ever been shown in Orlando, at -- world over. Some of the Self Reducing Model -
prices that are right. Suits, Over :;; not only control the
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} Let Us Show You. /11 ... $3.50 to $8.00

J i Hats, Caps and Furnishings. All t j' / VICTORIA CORSET priced from
the latest styles and colors in Hats t' I''
\ and Caps. Our Men's Furnishing j $3.50 to $9.00
f i/ .. :; REDFERX CORSET priced from
and Clothing Department is complete. a, ;? -1

I Men's Smoking Jackets we are 1 s _-' $3.00 to $6.00
showing a beautiful line for the
__ Xmas trade ____hh.. 1.00 to $12.00 N. THOMPSON'S: GLOVE FITTING CORSETS

\ \- Men's Bath Robes made of TerryCloth .. j(f 1 priced from $1.00 to $3.00 j
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THE HOUSE COPYRIGHT OFKUPPENHEIMER 191 large line to$1.00 choose to from THE.o COVA.E OF G'V.. B. CORSETS priced from $lto $3 l!


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I Little Men's\ and Children's SHIRTS A BLOUSES, THE FAMOUS: I MEN'S SHOES :$:J.OO TO $10.00 Fall and Winter Gloves J:
KAYNEE BRAND Just received our Fall and Winter StockWe .
Department 2-nd Floor want ;you mothers to see the materials of Men's High Shoes, i in all the best styles, Our stock IS perfect, in spite of war con-
Each we show in our 50 cent Boys Shirts and and all leathers. Nothing better mIen's ditions. No .ad\ance in prices. Niagara
making daeffort to something give the best ne'Ve merchandise are Blouses (Colors Guaranteed). Other styles Footwear than the well-known Edwin ClappIaId., double tipped pure! silk gloves, guaran-
workprIce up to $1.00 and Florsheim Shoes These are our leaders. tee ticket in every pair.
obtainable consistent with
good 50c., $1.00, $ .2-., and $1.50
manship and the styles of the season. And. BOY'S, MISSES' and CHILDREN'S SHOES LADIES' KID
GLOVES two clasps iri
always at moderate prices. The little folks have not been forgotten.
OUR Black, Tan, Navy, Gray and White.
BOYS SUITS We have a full line of shoes for all, at prices $1.25 and $1.50Ladle's
See the new Suits we are showing, in Blue, Shoe Department is Complete to suit everyone. Special attention given to
Tan and Fancy Effects, in plain and Norfolk the children. HosieryLadies'
styles I priced at Every thing new, that's good in Footwear,
for Men: Women and Children Hose, the best that money can buy
$3.50.1.00, $;).00 and up to $12.00BOYS Handsome Leather NoveltiesParty
for the Tans
' price Black White and colors,
LADIES SHOES $3.00 TO $6.00 Cases, an unrivaled I selection 1 in pair ---------------______________ 25c
HATS We are showing the most complete line Crepe Seal Morocco :Moire: and Frogskin; Ladies' Hose, Onyx Brand, in silk and
You will not find the styles anywhere else of Ladies fine Shoes shown Orlando. pure
ever In
lined with plain Moire and Dresden Silks, silk lisle, black tans white and fancy colors
we show in Hats for Boys and Children, All the most up-to-date styles in all leathers, gilt and nickle fittings ______$2.00 to $30.00 3c.; 30c., $1.00, $1.30; and $2.00,
some beautiful effects. with Silk Brocade, Cloth and Kid Tops. The new one strap Leather Bags in Black Silk Stockings, Niagara Maid, we have
50c.,75c, $1.00 and up to $3.00: ALL NEW HEELS beautifully lined and fitted$1.50 to $10.00 them in black, white and fancy colors, $1.30;





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REPRESENTATIVES OF STATE I follow. It generally is understoodthat
ACCUSED OF NEGLECTCaptain BANKS OF THE COUNTRY while members of the board do -
ARE TO MEET not feel that the success of the system -
depends on these banks their
of 111 Fated Hanelei Havana, Nov. .-The Cuban flag- participation can not fail to strengthen :
Faces Severe Charge tives of state banks of the countryare the system. --r.
United States : i 4RltY- I,
From expected in Washington Wednesday -I Qaviasosb

InspectorsSan to confer with the federal reserve BIG COTTON FIRE : ;=

board as to regulations governingtheir I
Francisco, Nov. 20.-Capt. J. entrance into the federal reserve Columbus, Ga., Nov. 30.Fire late :
J. Carey, of the steamship Ilanalei' ,
:
system. yesterday destroyed a cotton ware-
wrecked on Duxbury reef last Monday About 100 applications from state house containing 1,200 bales at. .t

with a loss of twenty-three lives, I banks and trust companies have been 1 Georgetown, Ga. The loss is esti- :

was charged today with negligenceand filed with the board but if its regula- mated at $60,000, partially covered .
unskillful navigation by federal tions prove attractive, officials here by insurance. :t .
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inspectors. believe that hundreds of others will
Captain Carey was summoned to i
" appear before Joseph Bolan and Get the news in The Sentinel first. Don't forget the Sentinel want ads. t

James Guthrie_ marine inspectors. ...
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next Monday.: At the time of the I'' 1 : 0

crash Capt. Carey was not on the i :: z-. I 0ts
and according to testimony THE CHASE & CO
bridge, b
; 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic
given out by Oscar Brandt, a sea-
taken for Mechanical Oil Pump, Step-Starter and 66 Refinements, $275.00. ,
man, no soundings had been PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs (
some time before the vessel struck. .
These points are the ones on which modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- W. WHITNEY WRIGHT 1290.SAFirueillMIMMI
the inspectors based their charges to- date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the .

day. PROPER PACKING

Captain Carey was not present at FIRST AID TO -- -- --
today's inquiry. He had not recuper- HIGHEST PRICES .

ated from mental and physical shock which, however, would not accomplish the end desiredby I I
sustained at the time of the wreck. the grower, if he did not also have available the services I
of I TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD j


: BATTLESHIP FLOATEDThe THE CHASE & CO i i 1

COOK WITH GAS
SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM 1
GroundedOff
Michigan, Which
Cape Henry, Has BeenFloatedInvestigation which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, experienced ... I

competent and reliable. 1 1I I
to Follow GIVES THE GROWER

. HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS I Co
Norfolk, Va., Nov. 30.-The battle 1. Convenience v. u>%B v4
ship Michigan, which grounded off CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
Cape Henry early yesterday, was GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency
floated late today.Examination .
of the immense sea FIE &:. CO., 3. Cleanliness 8. Safety
fighter showed that she had not been
Main Office, Jacksonville. Florida
injured by the accident, according to 9-30-d&w A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. 9. Perfect Regulation
reports received here. Floating of 4. Simplicity .
the vessel was accomplished at high of Heat

tide with the aid of several naval 5. Accessibility
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tugs, which had been standing by. = 10. Economy
The Michigan arrived in Hampton BIRD
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Roads under her own steam. It was

while returning to Hampton Roads -- a
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from the southern drill grounds with .A. =:
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other ships of the Atlantic fleet that I ." r ,. "J_ { I, 7. EFFICIENCY a
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the warship went aground. !
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A heavy fog caused the Michigan' j'i *" ; *** S I*"'..** '-''iJU "jl'
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to approach too close to a sandy shoal I .t 4 ; _i : Efficient because the fire need not be lighted until all the food is

about eleven miles off the Virginia : --- ...--,..... J>r : : .:;, =-' I
capes. The accident happened about _.. "UU.:' .. ; '''T$" : .s !' ready to be cooked. Because the moment the cooking is done
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4 o'clock in the morning. Tugs later I .. "
---=: the fire is turned
I off and all
made an ineffectual effort to float her' I : Wnj Dam San,Fnatian,M.... expense ceases. Because there is no

I and it was then decided to await a / ,, Put a Good Roof on a Good Barn '., -" i ii waste as the fire is concentrated on the place where it is needed
has
full tide. The Michigan a mean !
i = This is a model dairy-fancy stock, scientific stable ar- i
draft An of official twenty-five investigation feet. of the I :trangement-everything: just right. And the roof selected for .::J I and none of the heat escapes up the chimney. Because when
"'-'
f this up-to-date dairy was
f grounding will be made by a board of = i you cook with Gas you utilize every cent's worth of fire you_buy.
r inquiry appointed by Rear Admiral

i Fletcher, commanding the fleet. It is lNEPDNSETPAROID I
, understood that the inquiry will be
conducted on board the battleship

t F New York, flagship of the fleet. .=- ROOFING E I II ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

Tht Real Rival of Beat Shingles _
t LETTERS FROM BRITISH = 3 The.matter of price bad nothing to do with its selection. NEPONSET Faroid was !
towM chosen because it lasts longer than shingles and adds protectlon-tberefore makes a I GAS
better and safer roof. Yet NEFonsET Faroid actually costs less than shingles both to -.. DEPARTMENT
buy and to lar. You will agree with leading farmers everywhere when TOO really
t: NOTABLES know NEPONSET Paroid. It is the permanent-wear,economical roof for barns,stables; \
I **" -all farm buddings. -
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! W. P. GWYNNE RECEIVES -...- --

f LETTERS AND PONSENBY FROM HALSEY -- --. Beautiful Lake Eola (

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They Thank Him for Work He Home Only LET ME BEAUTIFY
YOUR
;; GROUNDS
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Is Doing for the British :; ::
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; Aid Relief $6,000.This WHETHER A COUNTRY ESTATEOR

FundMr. SOLD 13Y
A SMALL CITY LOT

.. W. P. Gwynne, of Orlando, who Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. is an ideal home and a great

has been active in working with the bargain. Owner is a non-resident, I BLUE; PRIMS":AND DETAHED PLANTING IN-
British Relief Associaion, has received For the last Twenty-five Years. and must sell. Corner lot 75x150

the following letter of thanks: feet. Beautiful new eight room STRUCTIONS AT REASONABLE PRICES
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London, York House, St. James's', house, elegantly finished and modern.
S. W., 11th November, 1914.

Wyndham P. Gwynne, Esq., Sec. and \ LEADING business CCkfYfNvasRtrs IIhaseof thedt- New California Bungalows Werner F.
Treasurer to British Aid Relief /-\ man, of New York. 'l. N rus industry has Nehrlin
to whom friend :% : beenneglectedinofounsentacopyof
Fund 17 S. Orange Ave., Orlando, the the Buckeye NurseriesRuckeyeNurseriescata Five Rooms :
Florida, U. S. A. log referred to It In his- Q. catalog.of From location the fora selection LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTAND
and Bath I
Only
Dear Sir-I have to thank you letter acknowledge* grove to marketing .
meat as The dttus fruit text of the crop everything is fully --
for your letter of the 29th ult., enclos- book." This is exactly what we treated. There are no theories S2000
sought to make the catalog and set forth-all the advice the I CONSULTING HORTICULTURIST
ing cheque for 50 pounds, being a we are gratified to have it SO regarded book gives Is based on experience -
contribution from the British Aid Re- by its readers. = in fruit growing. These are undoubtedly the greatest I If you contemplate planting a citrus grove

lief Fund in Orange County, Florida, bargains in the city. Located near it will pay you to get my advice.
U. S. A., on behalf of H. R. II. the A Guide to Citrus Fruit Culture Lake Eola, and only ten minutes walk I
Local
Prince of Wales' National Relief from the Court House. These little Agent for BUCKEYE NURSERIES -

Fund. The Buckeye Nurseries CatalogBuckeye homes are beautifully finished and I Tampa, Fla.
We are receiving many kind dona- modern in every respect. Can be
tions from all parts of America, and Nurseries grow superior trees-this has been bought on reasonable terms. OHice Above PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
it may interest you to know that the I t '
amount of subscriptions received by their successful accomplishment for more thirty years. Atha PHONE 570. n-ic-ti
the Fund, today amounts o the mag- .Our interest in the trees does not end with the sale to Cooper -

nificent total of 3,800,000 pounds the grove owner, however. We want them to thrive .
($18,848,000)). and bear profitable crops-and purchasers of Buckeyetrees 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor I

Yours faithfully, are given every possible assistance to this end. Phone No. 311
111f. L. E. HALSEY,
Per C. E. F.Buckingham Furnished Homes for Sale
-0- The Book Typifies Buckeye ServiceBuckeye Atlantic Coast Line

Palace, TOURIST TRAINS
11th November, 1914. Service to planters of Buckeye trees has become almost from
well known the quality of the trees themselves. Our NORTH AND WEST
The .as as com- Special for 10 Days
British Aid Relief Fund, Orange
I plete and helpful catalog has been for years a most important
County, Florida, U. S. A.
factor of this service. The new edition is by far the most "Dixie Flyer" No. 1. 14 Rooms with two baths; No. 3. 4 Room cottage; modern
I desired the Prince of Walesto
am by attractive and comprehensive catalog we have published. Send "Dixie Limited""Seminole centrally located. Owner's price, throughout; several bearing orange
express His Royal Highness's sin- today: for free copy if you grow citrus fruits. Limited""Montgomery Route""South $5,000. and grapefruit trees. Owner's price,
cere thanks for the donation of 50 j $2,500.
pounds which you have so generously Nurseries Atlantic Limited"Pullman Louis No. 2. 5 Room bungalow, on beauThes homes are all ready to step
Buckeye cars from Chicago, St. tiful lake, with dock and boat; lot into and hang up your hat. I have
the National
given to Relief Fund.
Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisvilleand all budded for
75x450 feet set to young particular properties particular
Your obedient servant, 1 10 36 Citizens Bank Building intermediate points to Jackson-
1 citrus trees. Owner's price, $3,200. people, city and county. See-
F. M. PONSEXBY Fla. "* ville, Fla.
Tampa
i Dining Cars
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via CHADWICKThe
Mr.vGwynne stated yesterday tha ATLANTIC COAST LINE
the local workers of the British Aid Standard Railroad of the SouthJ.
Relief Fund were planning to assistin BucbeyeTrees Bear G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., Man That Sells Real Estate. 19 W. Church Street.
Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla.
many ways from now on, contin- A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., Watch this space for change in 10 days.
uing the good work. I 38 West Bal St., Jacksonville, Fla.






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rni I HOMES OF THE NAVAJOS., FACED FOUR LIONS. ENGLAND'S PREMIERSHIP.A MMIIMMMMMMCMMiMli II II '


..'\. -- I Stuffy Winter Hogans and Light and Coolness and Daring of a Plucky Kaffir Coveted Office That Bring Miseryto ii p ; :

'0-1' Airy Summer "Cottages." I, Herdboy. Its Incumbents.. Orlando O Paint and Wall Paper Co.jj 1 I

The Navajos are the least: gregariousof : Four lions attacked a herd of cattle The lot of the British premier is like i

iiative American tribes never congregating en a farm at nom y. South Africa. that of the policeman in tbe Gilbertian
3YI,: 'says the Rhodesia Herald. The herd- ballad-not a bappy one. After Lord
iu towns null vilages: anduever :
High Grade Paints Oils Var
I ay forming; permanent communities. boy was standing on an ant heap examining Derby had been prime minister be .., AGENTS FORPallon's ;i
I
;n, : Their homes railed iiogaus. are : a pair of boots he bad /got the said that he bad bad onlj I two bappy I I nishes, Katsomine, Wall Pa- i i

ey mere hovels built of( stones or the day previous when he beard a low days in office one being the day beI Sun Proof Paper, Wall Board Roof-:1 !

I rounded growl near him. On looking up be entered it Hud the other the day be :
trunks and limbs of trees with Paints ing, Brushes, Etc. :c !I
._' tIt roofs thickly. covered with earth.A saw that three lions had got hold of retired from it. .

... .!, ," *3.. of I| smoke vent iu the roof( and u doorway three cows while another lion stood Peel wrote: "It is impossible for me SOLDAT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Orange Ave. i ;
of looking: on. not to feel 1 that the duties are above THE SUN
in side the
the only means
are
: heto
, I ventilation. In cold weather these The boy pulled off his boots and all human strength; at least above ORLANDO, FLORIDA! J I

cavelike structures are kept tightly; threw them at the nearest" lion and mine." Peel I also once made the curious

nth (closed that but an Indian then made a rush for them with a statement that if his nose had not I
II so no one I Special Wall Paper 3000 Rolls at 5c. I
time at bled ,
could live in them at all. stick; shouting at the same every night during his premiership i

ing with which to defend himself except -I But when tbe the top of his voice to another herd- he could not have borne tbe load ,
springtime comes
.II..II..j. . & . .I..f..n.I..II.III.r .
a cane, which he had been using Navajo squaw" ] conxtructs a summer boy to bring a gun. of his position.

for some time on acocunt of injuries cottage. sum.times consisting of( no In the meantime two lions had got Lord I'almerston was so much affected I -- .

sustained in an automobile accident. more than windbreak of sagebrush: their cows down. but. nothing daunted by his work that he had a spe- "" '. gIJIm- -

The lone highwayman after accomplishing around a circular! clear space Some- the Kefir made a rush for them. cial high desk built which necessitat-j I

| times the summer bogan Is a shady and the lions moved away from their ed a standing position. lie explained
his made off toward I
purpose bower under a desert! cedar tree with prey. The boy then rounded up his that if he fell asleep while trying to llammond&QoreFUNERAL

the St. Johns river. )Ir. \\ ilroy I leafy branches plied around as a meas- cattle (he bad 108 head), and while he keep up with his work the fall would

immediately went home, a few yards ure of protection against/ winds and was doing so bad to chase the lions awaken him.Disraeli .

distant, procured a revolver and in- ; sandstorms. Sometimes it is u shelter away several times. When he was at frequently stated that no

formed Chief of Police Varnes and formed by the utilization ot oM piecesof one side the lions would try to catch man could have any notion of the ar- I DIRECTORS AND EMBALMIRS. I

Patrolman Barber of the occurrence. canvas &heet iron and <>.therIst the cattle on the other. However he duous life. and when Gladstone was '

Every effort will be made to appre- away material picked up uiound the brought all his cattle safely home released from the duties of prime min- I' REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

refuse dumps of the railroad towns.In though one of the cows afterward died ister lie leaped bead over heels downa
hend the robber.It .
any event the dwellers in the sum the claw of a lion having penetratedher grass bank at Lord Evans' through COMPARE
is that the
thought perpetratoris
mer hogans are practically In the open lung. sheer delight.
a suspicious looking man who had I all the time. Fresh air is never tor a For cool daring it would be hard to Lord Itosebery once wrote the following -

been seen in the pool room during moment excluded.-Christian Herald. beat the chasing of four lions single concerning the duties of prime OUR FURNITUREWe
I
the early part of the evening. i handed and with no weapons except a minister: "lie has to deal with the I

pair of boots and a stick. sovereign with the cabinet with par-
I provide the furniture that has
quality long
NAILS I IrJ? STONE: WALLS. liament and with public opinion in its
Patience is a virtue we admire various kinds and degrees. Some of been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

most in others.Optimist.NOTICE Easy Method of Placing Them So They LEARNING HOW TO UNLEARN. his colleagues be must convince some standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
I
wouldn't'be here it otherwise. "We can't make
Will Remain Firm. be may have to humor, some even to were
Few women know how to drive a I Modern Scientists Harking Back to cajole. It is a harassing laborious and this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones

nail into a brick wall and yet it is i I Thales of Miletus. ungracious task."New York Times.A of this business, and that means much to any buyer.
THE LADIES OF ST. CECILIA'SGuild I
.. what they often need to do for themselves When we were young and knew with I
will hold a bazaar afternoonand
If there is no man about. out doubt that the molecule was composed

on Wednesday evening, at, December the Chapter 2nd.House Sup- e The following method Is easy and has of pro or three ultimate parts I PAIR OF SLIPPERS.Story McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK

been found entirely satisfactory: llav- called atoms we listened complacentlyto ,
per will be served from six until ,
seven. 11-26-6tc i ing decided upon the exact spot into the statement that "science progresses of an Eccentric Man and a Curi Cor. oran Ave. and Church St.. Orlando Fla.

which the nail Is desired to lie driven I / in a straight line philosophy ous Monument.
= -- i i which must be in the plaster betweenthe i around in a (circle or at best along a I II There stands In a church In Amsterdam : J

... II II 1 III = bricks provide yourself with a helical spiral." Now that we are older an ancient and curious monumentof O .

hammer and screwdriver. With these I and believe that the simplest atom has white marble which always attractsthe

I; T. F. 11-III't-l.; i tools commence working out the hard nearly I.SOII< parts we find that per- attention of visitors and their curi- -- --- --- -- -- -- -- -

I plaster by tapping/ the handle: : of the 1 haps the helix is expressive of science osity is usually heightened by its in

J Licensed Plumber I. screwdriver. As the plaster turns to | as well observes' the editor of the Engineering scription. On the monument are engraved
dust it must be blown or ducted: out so 1 and Mining Journal.
Sanitary 'I. two slippers of a singular shape,
I that the size of the hole may be seen. II We believe, with the alchemists that with the inscription "Effen Nyt.
Estimates Furnished. Jobbing > When the so called elements fundamentally
Promptly Attended to. 'I a jpaee about one inch long and are which in English would be "even nothing
I Inch has been worked the same. Whether we will transmute -
nearly one deep "
or, more colloquially put, nothing -
f i PHONE 629 I out get a small piece of wood about oue to another remains to l 114: else." The story that Is told of
; the same size and with the hammer I seen; we follow the alchemists in attempting e
this strange device is follows
rob Court Street :: as : 1
l wedge: it tightly into the When it.
space. A certain rich man who was very rev
it seems firm take the.nail and drive it Were one of the Greek philosophers.Thales .
; ORLANDO FLORIDA % extravagant in bis tastes became possessed I
1 of Miletius. for instance, to
into the wood. It will go in nicely of the Idea that be had just so -
4-jl-lm without bending, and remain firm an stroll Into a modern assembly of physicists -
live and
many years to and no more PROFITS
Indefinite length of time. This same and chemists the language;: wouldbe BUYERS TO SIIARE IN
MMMMMMMMMMMM he calculated that if he spent a stated
method was used at one time when it more troublesome\ than the ideas his his LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
portion of principal
every year
He would hear the chemist .
physical
was decided to hang a hammock between
I the fence and the wall..with the remarking cheerfully that there is no life and. his property would expire together I Effective from August 1, 1914 to August

: exception that the hole was dug out a matter for that which we call matteris othersas 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc-
lIe was lavishly generous to
little longer and deeper than for an or- only energy and Thales would re-
s1 dinary naiL-Minneapolis JournaL mark. "Plagiarist.!; The disciples of well as indulgent of bis own whims tion during that time: I

VIcCULLOCH relativity the ultra modern physicists and: It so happened that he died the

Homemade Barometer. would tell him that space and time are very year he had prophesied would be Touring Car $555.00Runabout !

Those who love one, and Thales would sigh: to think of his last. He had furthermore brought 505.00F.
experimentation may his boyish debates. his fortune to such a low ebb that aft .

try the following method of making a I er his few debts were paid nothing: remained O. B. Orlando. AH can !al:,. equipped.Further Mr
; j Department Store it | cheap barometer practiced in France: of all his possessions aside MM
John Locke.
Take eight grams of pulverized cam I from the clothes in which he was to we will be able. to obtain the marinam: efftrieney
John Locke, whose "Essay on the and the minimum eo.t in oar
phor four grams of pulverized nitrate in our factory production
be buried but a pair of curious old
of Human Understanding": was the first purchasing and sale department if we reach an output of
of
potassium two pulverized
grams
work that attracted attention in slippers. 300.004 can between the aboTe date
I England
nitrate of ammonia and dissolve in : Some of his relatives to whom he t. ..
reach thug production we agree pay
to metaphysical I speculation| was And mould we
China and I sixty grams of alcohol. Put the wholein born at \Yrin on. England;: Aug. 20. had been kind during: his life erected the buyer. ..h.re from *4' to $60 per, ear Ion or about
a long: slender bottle closed at the this strangely decorated monument to August 1.1S15) t. every retail buyer who purchases a new
I 1032. and died at Gates. England Oct August I. UU and AnKu 1. .,.5.
top with a piece of bladder containing mark his:: burial (JIrce.WashintonStar. : Ford ear between
23, 1704. The chief purpose of the essay regarding these low prices and profitharinff -
Glassware J I a pinhole to admit the air. When rain I For further particular
: was to find the original source: and
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is coming the solid particles will tend plan we
| scope of human knowledge.; The conclusions
i gradually to mount little star crystals he arrived at in this stud.x Human Strides. F. G. RUSH,
forming in the which have been test
otherwise
liquid Many correspondents
Cooking were that there Is no such thing as Innate -
I remains clear. If high winds are approaching idea; that the human mind is asa ing the length of their stride, even Phone 226

the liquid will become thick sheet of white paper:' prepared to be those small boys who pace out the

Utensils as It fermenting while a film of solid written upon; that the knowledge; length of a cricket pitch in assurance

I particles forms on the surface. During thereou written Is supplied by experience that twenty-two long steps make twen- I
fair weather the liquid will remain ty-two yards. But a walker from the
f Watch window for Monday % and that sensation and reflectionare
I clear and the solid particles will rest the two sourof:: all our ideas." city avers he comes as near as most
specials. I at the bottom. lIe made the first sketch when he was men to the yard to the step on a long AO' I II C . I r ., t-O+ 11 III IMIIH

thirty-eight years of age and finishedIt walk. lIe stands five feet eight and

128 S. Orange Avenue Reading Music. seventeen years later. The book was one-half inches has a swing from the j
i hips and has always between mile-
attacked.A
bitterly
The literary man. writes a correspondent REAL ESTATE
stones stepped from 1,600 to 1,710
may very well when he is
.111101101111111111111111'. paces to the mile. That of course Is a
lying on his back console himself with Boat Survival.
solitary walk. In a regiment the pace
literature. But what is the scientific The d;:haisa ipronouiiced dy:.a). the
must be set by the average of the
man. with'no particular interest in I gondola of Malta is a survival, says
longest and shortest stepper.-London -
T. A. MANN i literature to do? A certain professor I John Wignacourt in "The Odd Man In Opinion.

of acquaintance Malta.** of the oldest vessel ever used
my once got througha
We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If .
month of painful convalescence by and varies little In shape from the Empty Bags.

I the aid of another kind of Egyptian boats! of the dead. Actuallythe
Grocery Pine St.SPECIALS reading. Andrew Carnegie once gave a clergy want to buy sell the earth it will to call
He read through the scores of his favorite eye of Osiris Is still to be seen upon man a donation for his church and at you or pay you .
the prow. It Is propelled by two ex-
composers. lie had no ear for the same time another gift for a brother -
the perienced oarsmen one of whom always and talk your wishes over with us.
rhythms of literature but a fine ear clergyman who had fallen into desti-
for the rhythms of music and be stands. When the Gregale windIs
as- tution.
sured sweeping the harbors and tbe steam The manager of this firm has had years of exper-
me that he heard the music as I
. ferries unsafe still the "But I doubt If he will take this
he are you can use
read the scores. lie said that dur- "
ing that month he really came to understand trusty dghaisa. It is a gay little craft money. Mr. Carnegie the clergymansaid ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a
painted In brilliant colors-In this respect doubtfully. "He Is very proud.
,
formance Beethoven of his work and ever that satisfied no per- a contrast to the somber gondola "Oh. he'll take it" said the Ironmaster. million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last

of Venice. "Poverty destroys pride. How
him afterward.-London Spectator.A .
can an empty bag stand upright?* two
LOOK FOR SOMETHING Pleasant For the Callers. years.

I An Irishman Bit who of Blarney.was begging: In the Two ladies made a formal call on a Mean Man. We are well posted on the value of all classes and
distant .
acquaintance. The maid asked
street was asked by a lady bow It was Stamp Clerk-This letter is overweight
JUG that such a fine strong man as he them to wait until she ascertained madam.* Woman at Window kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all

should be asking for alms. With native whether the person Inquired for was Well of all the mean people! Why I've

blarney he replied: In. Presently she tripped downstairsand mailed hundreds of letters that weren't bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real
announced that the lady was not anywhere near full weight and now
"Lady begging/ Is the only professionI .
' ITIlIS SPACE I know In which a gentleman can address at home. Oue of the callers. finding, that I'm sending one Just a little bit Estate Bargains.
that she had forgotten her cards said for
a beautiful woman without having over you want to charge extra it.-
an Introduction. to her friend. "Let me write my name Boston TranscriptA

TOMORROW I The remark was quite profitable.- on your card.**

London Answers. "Oh It Isn't at all necessary miss." Safe Background.A .

put In the maid cheerfully; "I told her man rather untidy in his personal

ORLANDOPLUMBING I Moss Bread. who It was."-New York Globe. habits was discussing the question of 'WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANYR.

Along the shores of the Columbia a new waistcoat with a friend.

+ river a kind of bread is made by the Gone For Good. -What color would you advise he

'i Indians from a mos that grows on the "Is It true mother dear that everything asked tbe friend.

j spruce fir tree. This moss is prepared old fashioned comes back in "Why." said tbe friend. Mrdet/ one D. WARING, Manager

CO1 by placing it In heaps sprinkling It timer of soup color:"- Saturday Evening

with water and permitting it to fer- "With one exception daughter; tbe Post. ; I Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone 1'0.631

j i meat Then It is rolled into balls as woman who saved the train by flagging -

j big as a man's bead and these are it with a red flannel petticoat. She The Burned Church. 1115tfThere
26 WEST PINE STREET baked in pits. will never come back."- Baltimore Jim regarding damage to church by

PHONE 122 American. fire-Good Bill. Bill-You're job it wasn't a factory. .. . [ . . . . . ..
. right mate. Only -
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All one man put out of work. and be
Young; Bride to waiter)-Walter, my Explained. seems to be a doubt if Petroleum and petroleum products
Forester-How did draws his money.-London Punch.
husband has been here very frequently you come to mar- Boggs and his daughter were lr.1 have been declared contraband of war
Best at Lowest ry your wife? I.ancaster-Oh, she
Plumbing lately. 1 hope he's all
right, eh? Great
seemed to take a dislike to me whenwe Probably an Accident. dered in their home near Miami by Britain. Now listen for the

PricesWe than Waiter three-Oh.glasses yes; of he beer.never If has he more were first met. and I wanted to show her "Did you notice how pale the bridegroom the possibility is suggested that falling {'I' howl from Standard Oil interests.-

I cot happy he'd surely drink sli.-Flie- I she was misl ken-Smart Set. was?" timbers in the burning house may Pensacola Journal.An .

are not in the combine. gende Blatter. "No. Dow did you happen to glanceat have crushed their skulls. It wouldbe

SLAUTER'S latest inventions usedon I Did Her Best to Tell. him?"Chicago: Record-Herald. : a great relief to know that the editor-who has been consider

all firstclassPlumbing Friendship Is a strong and habitual "What ails mother?" I theory of acicdental death was tenable ing the economy of the kitchen ad-
I I inclination of two persons to promote "She has just heard that despite her Not ignorant of misfortune, I learn
but what about the vises American
bloody axe
I women to can all the
I I the good and happiness of each other.- efforts one-half the world doesn't know from my own woes to aid the wretched.
Construction Meredith. bow the other half lives."-Exchange. Vergil. !! and the empty purse discovered in fruit they can get and eat what they

the yard?Lakeland Telegram. can't can if they can.'t .
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Conway School Benefit Amountsto

$50-Letter to The I

fIJ Sentinel Hickson T From A. S. 'I J



Editor Morning Sentinel: !i

Starting BIG is Not I want to thank you for publishing ,'
our invitation ot the "box supper" for

Starting RightIf the bentfit of the Conway school
house. There was a large crowd 'x'

our wealthiest men had waited to present, quite a number coming from

start their bank accounts with a BIG. Orlando. Mr. Lake, who came with

amount-they would still be waiting. the Orlando crowd, was an accom-

Little deposits grow to big sums. It's plished auctioneer and disposed of

the little business that has the best chanceto the boxes to the entire satisfactionof

become big. It is the young man who all. .

can take care of the small sums who will There were more than forty boxes

be able to handle a big business.We contributed and several pies. One

encourage small deposits. We wel-, pumpkin pie brought the fancy priceof .1)-41'(V.:1'1'f( t.\ ,\)..i
come new accounts of $1.00.Ve pay 4 $1.25. The boxes were sold at .

per cent. from forty cents to three dollars. anti Snt -j'hicves bold no dread: )
The whole amount raised was a little : :

STATE BANKof less than fifty dollars. for those two seen their valIti- i

We hope to continue our efforts
Orlando along this line till Conway has a files in our vauH.

school house to be proud of. ,

Yours truly, Sate Deposit noccs
A. S. HICKSON.
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per year up.
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Several German Steamers on Handto
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Provision the Warships
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Buenos Ayres, Argentina Nov.'30. ; :

-Dispatches received here from Montevideo .

-- ---- -- insist that ... ,
there is good rea- ., ,
LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mr. and :Mrs. C. J. Partridge of son to believe the German squadron, <

New York city, are visitors to Or- which has been operating in the Pa- t
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lando. They are registered at the cific ocean, is at present in the south
Go to Mrs. Cornish's Tea Room .
San'Juan.Mr. .
Atlantic. Neither the French nor the 0'D
for cherry pie today. 12-1-ltc
British legation here has any infor-
W. H. Vincent, representingthe mation to confirm these reports; nev-
Mrs. L. H. Strong, of Jamestown, Altbama Marble company, of ertheless, private dispatches give !
N. Y., is visiting Mrs. John L. Kirk- : ( r D
Gantt's is
in
Quarry, spending today them credence. It is related, among :
land at 10 West Livingston avenue.
Orlando on business.Commissioner other things, that several German

steamers are preparing to leave Montevideo -

Louise Curtis returned yesterdayfrom J. L. Dillard, of Win- to provision the German war- '." ,:: ',,' : ':, .: .. :,'- : ,, -- '. : ; ,
:
Titusville and is again with her : ; : : ,: ,
ter Garden, the business j '
was among ships. ... ... .
studies the Cathedral school.
at
transactors in the county capital from I .

western Orange yesterday.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Jones, of
Before having pictures see "life
Watertown, Mass., are among the OLYMPIC ATHLETE KILLED AT
motion pictures" at Evans', 100 North Churches of The World To
W. A. Ross left yesterday for late arrivals at the San Juan for an FRONT

Main. 1125tfDr. Jacksonville, where he will spend sev- indefinite stay. They expect to visit I

eral days with his friend, Dr. O. P. other points in the state but will return Anderson, British Amateur Hurdler Strive For Peace In EuropeNew
P. P. Pillans, who has been Liki'ns.1lessrs.. Slain-Champion Cricket Bats-
to the City Beautiful for the remainder -
spending the past month at Ocala of the season. man Also Falls

rusticating, has returned to Orlando.Dr. Jas. D. Beggs, Jas. L. Giles, York, Nov. 29.-The federal i appeal. Court Preacher Dryander of

H. L. Beeman, M. O. Overstreet, W.M. Mrs. Albert Mooneyham, sister of London, Dec. 1.-The latest list of council of Churches of Christ in I Berlin; President Von Bezzel, of Munich -
C. D. Christ has moved from :: Davis and J. W. Jackson will leave Mr. J. R. Yearby, has arrived from 'British killed in France contains tht America received today at headquarters and the Archbishop of Canter-

C.: the Cheney block to his new building :: today for Atlanta on business.I Raleigh, N. C., to spend a couple of 'I' names of two well known athletes, G. here an appeal from Protestant I bury the sent plans letters, but expressing explaining that interestin as (
directly east of the Cheney building.
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Yearby at R. L. Anderson, a hurdler and Lieut. church leaders in several neutral European 0 officials of state churches in belligerent -
I :: and Mrs. Count M. Ward, of their home, 309 North Orange ave- I A. E. J' Collins, a cricket player. countries that churches i countries they would not sign the
Miss Julia Yeates returned yester- Florham Park, N. J., are enjoying a Anderson was twice British ama- throughout the world strive for peace. I appeal.
day from Sarasota and resumed her nue. The appeal originated with the Right i The text of the appeal follows:
visit to Orlando, guests at the San teur champion at both high and low Rev. Nathan Soederblom, archbishop "We servants of Christ, address to
studies at the Cathedral school. Juan hotel. Mrs. T. B. Gillispie, who has been hurdles. He broke hurdling recordsat of Upsala, Sweden. It is signed by all those who have power or influencein
visiting relatives and friends in Pa- both Eton and Oxford, and ran Ostenfeld, bishop of Seeland Den- the matter, an earnest appeal to
Mr. A. B. Johnson will Tam- mark Gustaf Johani archbishop of keep before their in order
to
go for England at the Stockholm ; peace eyes
:Mr.: J. D. Mitchill, after short
a latka for several days, returned to
attend ; Aaabo, Finland; Pastor Lemans,pres- that bloodshed soon may cease. The
to of the
pa today a meeting visit to Orlando, left yesterday for Orlando yesterday afternoon. She pic Games, where he was Olym-I ident of the Reformed church, Holland war is causing untold distres-,

Florida Citrus Exchange.Mr. Atlanta Ga., and New York city on was accompanied by her mother, W. the American, J. J. Eller, Jr. ; Pastor Demoor, president of Christ's body, the church, suffers and

business. He will return here about I S. Fry, who will visit with her daughter Lieut. Collins will always hold a Dutch Reformed churches, Holland; mourns. Mankind in its need, crie-
: Geo. S. Mead, Jr., of New York the first of the New Year. at 401 North Orange place in the history of cricket as the Pastor Helwig, president Evangelical out, 'O Lord how long?'
avenue. remind
"We Christian brethrenof
Lutheran church, Holland; Pastor our
city arrived in Orlando last night
batsman who made the highest tin- Hecker, Amsterdam, president of the various nations that war can not
and registered at the San Juan. dividual record. He did this Lutheran church, Amster- sunder the bonds of internal union
Miss S. F. Dane, after a delightfulvisit Mr. and :Mrs.: II. G. Jackson arrived score on Restored
dam Jaunes Sturberg, bishop, Chris- that Christ holds in us. Our faith
while student at Clifton ;
in the New England States, has in Orlando yesterday afternoonover a College,
Mrs. T. P. Wilcox, of Demorest, tiana, Norway; Nathan Soederblom; perceives what the eye can not see;
returned to Orlando for the winter the Atlantic Coast Line from scoring 628 not out" in innings last- Pastor Ris, Berne, president of con the strife of nations must finally
who has been visiting Mrs. John L.
and is with her relatives ing 6 hours and 50 minutes. churches of the of the Almighty .
Judge and Lockport, N. Y., and will visit Mr. ,. ferences of reformed serve dispensation
Kirkland, has returned to her home' Mrs. Cheney, and family. Jackson's mother, Mrs. Carl Jackson, Switzerland, and Pastor Armand and all the faithful in Christare
in Demorest.Mr. Ducket, Geneva, moderator of the one. Let us, therefore, call upon
at her suburban home north of the HAS RELIC OF "STONE1t'ALL"Veteran Company of Pastors. God that He may destroy hate and .
Mrs. George T. Barr and daughters, city. Bishop Joseph Ferencz, Kolez enmity and in mercy ordain peace for
L. W. Tilden, of Oakland, was the 1'.lisst.'SIamie' and Annie, and Mr. Retains Jackson's Medicine r Swacrz, Hungary, also l joined i in the us. His will be done."
in Orlando last night en route to _
and :Mrs.: Osteen returned yeste'xtay j Mr A. B. Corre!!, the popular bookkeeper Case He Picked Up ------
Tampa to attend a meeting of the I
Florida Citrus Exchange. 'j from a delightful motor trip to Day- I and treasurer of the Curr '-
tona. They were gone three days Smith Cigar company, who has been I| Anniston, Ala., Dec. 1.-H. W. Liv-
'
I. and had a splendid trip. confined to his home for several days:' enhood, a Confederate veteran, who Maker
A
Mrs. A. E. Lewis has arrived in Or- Money
with lumbago, expects to be able to :, lives at Cullman, and is visiting his '
lando to spend the winter. She has
Mr. Shelby Jernigan, who is in the be at his post of duty in the factory i daughter I here, has in his possession
been Washington, D. C., and is i
McEwan hospital, is doing as wellas today. |i a small medicine case about the size
now located at 308 Gunby avenue. I Two lots on Hillcrest avenue, corner of Broadway.Each .
can be expected. On Friday he of an ordinary cigarette case which

suffered a broken shoulder and collar Mr. and Mrs. John B. Lidell, of : he says he picked up when it fell out lot 61x135. Sidewalk already down. Bearing orange

Mrs. H. O. Fulton was called to bone as he was getting on a horse Schujler Lake, N. Y., arrived last : of Gen. Stonewall Jackson's pocket trees. Southern exposure. Hillcrest \'enuewill be
Linden, Ga., last night by a message : which shied and became frightened. night over the Atlantic Coast Line to when the famous Southern leader was
announcing the death of her paved with brick.
daugh-
swell the representation of the Em- killed at Chancellorsville.. Liven-
ter-in-law, Mrs. Charles Fulton. Oviedo was well represented in Or- pire State in Orlando. They went hood was present when Gen. Jackson These lots must be sold AT ONCE and the price insures -

lando yesterday by several of her immediately to their pretty home, :I was shot, and he received a bullet in I a quick and certain profit. Let me show them to
Mr. Robert E. Ferris, of Tampa, best citizens. Among them were 314 East Church street. his leg a minute later when he picked

the popular representative of Perkins Capt. and Mrs. T. C. Branham, Col.Z. i| up the case. He has bene offered i :you. Cash or terms.
i
& Sharpe. is in Orlando todayon Spinks, Capt. B. G. Smith, and Mr. Mrs. J. L. Draper, one of Orlando's much money for the souvenir, he I
one of his annual pilgrimages. W. II. Howard. oldest and beloved winter visitors, is 1! says, and has kept it in memory of I

-. -- not coming to the City Beautiful this I j the stirring days passed through during -
season, as has been her usual custom !o the war. S.Y.WAYInsurance

For Christmas I for many years, but instead will go I
to California, and directs that The DO NOT FORGET

Let us send for you by parcel post a I Sentinel be sent to 430 Grand View Last night the postoffice was and Real Estate Agent

BOX OF FRUIT I street, Los Angeles. Mrs. Draper :' moved from Orange avenue to the I:

back home for Christmas. It will I adds that "she is almost homesick !' Arcade building. Remember that The PHONE 172 '

make a nice rememberance, at a small |I with the idea of not seeing Orlando i! Sentinel office is one door south of
cost. this winter." She will certainly be | the postoffice with an entrance on the

| missed by many friends. Her missionis court. One step farther will insure

Wrights Seed Store primarily to visit with friends in : you high class job printing, a real

Phone 179 that section and be on hand for the newspaper for ten cents a week and
South Orange Avenue opening of the Panama-Pacific expo- an advertisement for a small cost Advertise in The Sentinel

t sition. that will bring results. I


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