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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: December 5, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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VM.UME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATl'R DAY, DECEMBER ;3, 1911. NUMBER 255.: ; 1 i iI

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' 4 (AISER'S{ TROOPSREPULSED ELKS' MEMORIAL DOCKET IS. AUGHT ONE I 60 CENTS VIORTH $$1,000 SHOW STARTLING!' UNCLE SAM IS IN 1 i:



I, Grand Jury May Not Be Called Po>\er of Sentinel Want Ads.

i: SERVICES When Circuit Court Convenes Was Proved Yesterday IGNORANCE TROUBLE I:

on MondayMorning Morning-How It I

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FAIL TO REGAIN LOST TER- WILL BE HELD SUNDAY AT THE GERMAN SOLDIERS BELIEVE I ARIZONA STATE LAWS VIOLATE ;
The fall term of the circuit court When it comes to obtaining results
RITORY EAST OF GRAND THEATRE AT for the seventh judicial circuit will : The Morning Sentinel is in the Orlando ALL CHIEFS I TREATIES OF :J ;

ARRAS 3 O'CLOCK convene in Orlando Tuesday morning, field by itself. The following advertisement TELL THEM: NATIONS IS CLAIM i iI

December 8th, Judge J. W. Perkins i set in "S point capitals," jE I

. 1 FAILURE FOrtlT!l MOVEMENTS : PROGRAM IS QUITE ELABORATEGood presiding H. Jones, prosecuting.As and State's. Attorney Jos. ,I for Thursday which night 60 cents, resulted cash was in the paid find-on KAISER IS A MAN OF CENIUS I ITALY, GREAT BH AND JAPAN !

far as known the docket will bea ing and the return of a $1,000 dia- I I I --- +

'. U Struggle of Greater :MagnitudeThan : I :Music: and Splendid Ad- light one and it will not be neces- mond ring yesterday morning. So Thinks the German-Helie\e All Three Nations Put QuestionUp :' 1
sary to empanel a grand jury, as only' Read:
Any Yet Foughton dresses on Program-Big civil cases will be tried before the LOSTTIILTHSn.FTEH ()O\. Suburbs of Lille to Be at to United States- I

the French Audience Is petit jury. A GENTLEMAN'S SINGLE STONE the Very Gatesof Grave Trouble May ; .
DIAMOND RING.: LIBERAL REWARD. -
Next Monday and Tuesday will see I I I d
VALUED AS A GIFT. RETURN Paris Result
Front ExpectedThe .
busy times around Orange county's'temple : TO -KOME INN," CHURCH i
of justice. The first day of I' AND: WEST STS. 12-4-2t
Paris, Dec. 4.-Today's official reports Elks memorial services at the the week is rule day. Tuesday the The Sentinel was in the hands of Paris, Dec. 4.-We are amused and Washington, Dec. 4.-Italy today r I

from the front record the repulses Grand theatre tomorrow afternoon at board of county commissioners will I the public at 7 o'clock yesterday amazed every day by the curious tes- joined Great Britain in her protest : I

to the German attempts to retrieve 3 o'clock promises to prove interest- meet in regular session, and circuit I I I morning. The advertisements were timony of German prisoners. To be- against the Arizona state law which I
gin with, these men reveal an aston-
their lost territory between ing to the large audience which will court for the seventh judicial circuit I read, and within two hours the dia- these nations claim violates their
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Becelaere, five miles due east of Arras ishing degree of ignorance. Today, II
doubt attend. will convene for the fall term. I mond was returned. treaties in the that it discriminates -
J and Passchendaele, seven miles no as three months ago, the German sol- respect ] I

northeast of that town. This is one of the most important diers believe all that his chiefs tell against their subjects in )

These points on the allies salient public occasions observed by the Elks, !I "Jimmy Valentine" Tried Bore him. I I the United States. Soon after the ".

positions were thrown out to protect and a pleasing and interesting I He is convinced that the emperoris Italian protest was presented by its
program
Ypres from the German assault. The Door Last a man of genius, and that the sub- i I ambassador, Secretary Bryan held a
has been prepared, including Through Yearby NightOn
infantry of invaders attempted to ad- urbs of Lille are at the very gates of I conference with the president, at the j
vance under a vigorous cannonading, I some fine musical numbers. The address i Paris. He will not admit that the White House. Upon his return to

but they were met and thrown back in memory of the departed Thursday night a burglar en- avenue. Wright slowed down his car, I allies have gained a single victory the department Secretary Bryan 1

by the British battalions holding I brothers will be delivered by lion. tered the Ralph Yearby residence on Carter and Lawton stepped off the and he thinks that Warsaw is in the found the Japanese ambassador wait
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these positions.The Jos. II. Jones. There will also be an North Orange avenue and escaped running board, Wright continued up hands of the Germans. ing. 1
the street, turned his car around, and
German bombardment was address by the Rev.. Dr. Jno. W. with a good sized meal. !hv that time Carter and Lawton had Nothing is more striking, in that Mr. Bryan would not discuss his

maintained from Ypres far across the Stagg, pastor of the Presbyterian Last night at about 10 o'clock a j the culprit by the nape of the neck. regard, than the story of a Lorraine conferences with the president or the 1
shell swept field to Roulers. In the church. real, genuine, dyed-in-the-wool Raf- j i He was rushed to the city prison and prisoner, told in the vicinity of Neuve- Japanese ambassador. The Japanese! s

fighting north of Arras the French The exercises will be in commemo- fles was caught by the nape of the jailed, ten minutes after the tip was Chapelle. lIe was a very young man ambassador, leaving the department 1
neck on the back porch of the Yearby given.
t wer able to continue the work of ration of the following deceased mem- home and found a hard berth in the Officer Carter went on one side of -almost a boy-w ho had been forcibly I' would say only that the conferences j

strengthening their positions taken bers of the order of Elkdom: city bastile. the house and Lawton on the other. enrolled at Metz after the outbreak were on the "subject of Japan and ;

- from the Germans in the fighting on I Oscar Isaacson, R. M. Hudson, O. J. I This Ranles was a bold bad bur- They reached the back porch at the of hostilities, along with men of 35 I Arizona" but would not admit any 1
if there His time. The bold Raffles had cutis
glar ever was one. same
Monday, particularly at Vermelles, DeLoach, J. T. Turner, G. R. Hall, equipment included a fearsome smile, way through the lattice door, and and 45 years of age, who had never new protest against that state's dis- ]

between Lens and LaBassee. I W. j. Campin, W. L. Palmer, E. i looking glass, a red handkerchief, was in front of the kitchen door, really belonged to the army. I criminatory law had been made by ]

The German infantry essayed new Rodenbaugh, W. E. Shine, W. E'I a pen knife, an ice pick, a towel, an bending on his knees. In his hands This heterogeneous regiment had 'Japan 1

attacks against the French trenchesin Smith, Jerome Palmer, J. A. ice shaver, a brace and bit, and a as a brace and bit with which he been hastily drilled for a couple of Most of the officials believe the ,
bundle of nerves. was cutting holes in the kitchen door,
the Argonne region, but all met wood Geo. W. Wright, I. A. Hopper, I At 9:40 o'clock a well known man ostensibly to reach through and unlock months, without having been familiarized I present situation created by the three j

failure. The most violent of these ,,. T. Sims, Wm. Smith, and J. F. who does not wish his name published the door. with the handling of the Mau : powers has in it all the elements of j

efforts was an assault on Lacorne, Luther. heard the Jimmy Valentine; gumshoed Under his knees was a towel upon ser. 1 I grave trouble if the protests are
to the telephone, called Field ,hich he laid his armament and collected iI
northwest of the forest of Grurie, The friends and families of the deceased up Towards the end of October the I pressed to the point of getting an |
& Co., where Mrs. Yearby was sitting the shavings. It is supposedthe
which is 25 miles west of Verdun.In citizens and the public gen- and where Mr. Yearby was supposedto towel was used to muffle the regiment was sent to Lille, and detailed I I early answer from the United States. i

Alsace the fighting is developing erally are invited to attend. be, and quietly tipped the news tools. to the trenches. There the.: What the nations are endeavoring to ii

with surprising activity. Official The program is as follows: that a burglar was trying to effect an The burglar refused to give his training of the men was still so inadequate i ascertain from the United States is a 1 1I |
entrance into the residence.W. name. lIe was about twentyfourye.rs
statements from Bordeaux claim that Selection _________ Grand Orchestra W. Wright, who was at Field old. and carried no revolver. that the officers used to declaration of how far the federal
, the French have advanced steadily in I Invocation ------ Rev. E. T. PoulsonRitualistic & Co.'s, stepped into his automobile! I..Jd: evidently partaken of a good I i I drill them at a time when they ought government is responsible for the
the direction of Altkirch and are near I Roll Call Services ------____ Lodge picked up Officer Carter and Law- meal before starting to bore his way II i to have been sleeping. One morn- I acts of Arizona. .
---------------- Secretary the ice box had (,
I rence Lawton, and violating all speed hrough the door, for
that city. Unofficial reports are that Choral, "Watchman, What of the ing, about one o'clock, the young Lor- j-
I ordinances rushed north on Orange >een raided.
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the offensiye movement is also gaining Night" (Bradshaw) --------- rainer's company was ordered to un- RUBE MARQUARD JUMPS
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in the direction of Muelhausen. j -------- Mendelssohn Club I load their rifles and to fix bayonets.The .
i i Violin Solo ____ Mr. Fritz .
Sporadic engagements in which the i Duett-Crucifix u(J. Foure) ________ WilL LOOK LIKE NEW A NEW BUNGALOW' officers took up a position be- New York, Dec. 4....:Rube Mar-
French and Germans have met dur- I Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr hind their men and ordered them to quard, well known New York Giant

ing the past week apparently have I Eulogy --------- lion. Jos. II. Jones I attack the English trenches. Reach- left hander pitcher, signed a contract l'
Solo, "Strong Son of God Immortal
led to a general battle which is now l Love" _uu_ Liza, LehmannI Guernsey Building Will Get Two R. D. Waring Has Let Contractfor ing the bed of a stream which sep- today with the Brooklyn Federal

in'progress and which is reported to I Tennyson's "In Memoriam"_______ Coats of Paint-Awning New Eight Room Bun- arated the two lines of trenches, the League club, according to informa- 1
be of greater magnitude than any yet | -------- Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr men came suddenly under the Eng- tion given out by the Brooklyn club
fought on the French right. I I Oration ________ Rev. Jno. W. Stagg Will Soon Be galow on North Or- I lish fire.From management. 1
!'I Duet, "Calm As the Night" ______ '
CompletedThe Avenue
ange their positions in imme- i
j I Mr. Walter Drennen and Mrs. W. D. the

STREETS Will BE PAVEDAs Choral Aldridge., "Farewell Minnehaha;" Guernsey building is going to Mr. R. D. Waring yesterday let the II men diate to rear resume the officers their forward obliged march.their !HIT BY MEXICAN BULLET '

i i "Death Minnehaha" (Taylor) be some building when the painters contract for an eight room bungalow Ito Some minutes afterwards almost the !

j ---------------M-: -delssohn Club finish their decorative work, and the be erected on one of his pretty I entire annihilated I
Co'ing! Ceremonies _______ Lodge company was by
Soon as Central Avenue Is .ediction ___u Rev. E. T. Poulson contractor has the new awning in lots on" North Orange avenue, to Mr. the accurate fire of the English in- U. S. Cavalryman Hit by Bullet '.

Finished Work Will Be i Miss Roberta Branch at the piano. position. Yesterday the steel girdersfor Z. ,\ Bass, of Kissimmee, who witha fantrymen,' and the officers were at Naco-Wild Disorder

Pushed on Four Other j The officers are: | the awning, together with the force of mechanics will begin work killed to a man.

StreetsThe j Exalted ruler, E. S. Keys; es- j chain supports, were hung, and it will :Monday morning. The bungalow, The young Lorrainer was hit four Reigns in PoorMexico

j teemed leading knight, Geo. C. Kel- j not be long until the entire front is which will be modern in every respect times, and seized the first occasion to -

city council met yesterday af- j ler; esteemed loyal knight, L. P. Hutton i I finished. When that is completedtwo is being erected for a party in give himself up as a prisoner. The I
; esteemed lecturing knight, Walter coats of paint will give the build- the North who will occupy it as soon ended his Washington, Dec. 4. -- Another
ternoon, paid a few bills and trans- I young man story by saying *
Drennen United States W.
chaplain cavalrymanJohn
; Murray S.I| ing a freshened appearance. as completed. that a great number of his comradeswere
acted routine business. It was decided I Miller has been hit Mexican
; King; esquire, Harry P. Leu; secretary -i -- by a
at the meeting that the next j I fighting against their wiH.
J. bullet at the international border
Van Buskirk; treasurer, II. ,
which would be started in ,' Cornet'sS. Will the Germans continue for longto
pavement t M. Smith; inner guard, A. Rex. Dan- Traffic Conditions At lines at Naco. Mexican citizen has
Orlando would be of East send new troops of this sort? On
a portion
i I iels; tiler, Jno. F. Empie; organist, been killed on the American side at
Church street, thence south on West '! Jos. W. j that question depends, without doubt, the has
Guernsey. Ave. and Church St. same place, Carranza prac-
street, then into Anderson street and The I Orange I not only the issue of the war, but its
trustees are M. O. Overstreet, : tically destroyed the Vera Cruz-Mex
on Lake street to Lucerne Circle. I J. L: Feinberg, and L. L. Payne. j I duration. ico City railroad, and Carothers at
There is not much work left to do i The committee composed of Jos. w.1 I A man with an alert eye, a pad, a crossing and a man dismounted. A But one must recognize if the men Mexico City is endeavoring to create

West Central avenue, and as soon as : Guernsey, Harry P. Leu, and Walter I sharp pencil- and a right arm stood I few friendly words passed betweenthe of the landwehr show very much less"bite" "lasting peace" between Zapata and
it is the work will be II than the others, these
completed com- Drennen I driver of the electric and the man young Villa.
having in charge all ar- at the southeast corner of South Orange -
menced in earnest on the above mentioned I I I dismounting. They evidently were fellows fight very well. They no are
These
arrangements, is to be commendedupon avenue and East Church street the developments todayin
doubt lack
I experience and they shoot
streets. securing such an elaborate list I exchanging funny stories.A he Mexican situation. Senor Cap-
The commissioners the yesterday afternoon at exactly 3 abominably, but they know how to
want I
park
driver north
I woman came on
making up the program, and for all j many, head of the constitutionalists'
that o'clock. He stood there for die, and whilst their numbers remain
to understand
public any one other | exactly Orange avenue. A loaded to
work in connection with the 1 wagon I agency at Washington, gave out the
trespassing by driving on any part service. j. ten minutes. the top was going east on Church considerable the German attacks will statement today denying any hope of

of Eola park will be summarily arrested I This is what went on the pad: street. The woman did not wait for maintain their violence. peace between Carranza and Villa. j

and fined. There have been I :Number of bicycles passing the the to drive ahead and
I wagon get :Mr. Zubaran also gave out a message
vialtors and from now on all trespassers -[ LITTLE BOY STEALS $$12 corner-19. I across the street, she "cut in" at the from General Obregon in which that
will feel the heavy hand of Number of automobiles passing the rear of the wagon, grazed the curbing TENTH WINTER IN CITYMr. general said: "Regarding the unionof J

the law. corner 21.Sumber. II and dashed down West Church: Villa, Zapata, and Angeles you

I Wells' Residence Entered Thursday of carriages and wagons street. can laugh freely. The bad faith of
BUCKEYES FLIRTING WITH MISS passing the corner-20. I and Mrs. Martin Have ]
-So Was Yearby's Fifty per cent. of the automobiles each of these men never will permit '_
ORLANDO Total, 63. '! that turned did so abruptly and with- Joined Keystone Colony, their union."

Residence, Food Being In addition to the carriages, wag- 'I out tooting a horn. They turned like :Making: Their Tenth Gunboat Sacramento to Tampico

Messrs. J. W. Miller, Orville Smith, Stolen ons, automobiles and bicycles that i i a shot. Any one crossing the street 'inter Washington, Dec. 4.-The gunboat

and V. R. Miller, who are the members passed around, over and across the | might have been injured. I Sacramento has been ordered from 1

of Miller-Smith-Miller Realty Russell Strickle, ten years old, was corner were about one hundred pedes- | Looking north on Orange avenue Returning members of Orlando's : Boston to Tampico to replace the old

company, of Ohio, and who have been? arrested yesterday, charged with trians, some with canes, others with I I the alert eyed man with the pencil winter colony include Mr. and Mrs. miner Ozark. Because of her light

touring Florida for the past eight stealing $12 from W. W. Wells, of baby carriages, and many romping and pad discovered lots of amazing draft the Sacramento can be used at
weeks, have become so enamored with the children.In things. Bicycle riders John Martin, of Beaver Meadow, who Panuco the Panuco river 1
I AMen & Co. jewelry store. The I I were performing up from
Orlando that they have brought their Wells residence the ten minutes that the alert pretty little tricks in the centerof were numbered with the pasenger Tampico, where trouble recently
abode families here and have taken up their in Concord Park was I I eyed man stood at the corner, 63 the street, riding first on one side list of the Jacksonville train over the broke out.RUSSI.S. 1
.. for the winter. entered Thursday afternoon about
This realty concern has been developers 3 wheeled vehicles passed and fully and then on the other. Automobiles I Atlantic Coast Line last night. They j
in Ohio Indiana and Michigan o'clock and a handbag stolen. Later twenty per cent. of them violators
were passed each other in a careless man- will add considerable to the number I PRESSING; FORWARDIN
and nohs'e an eye open to the the boy stated where part of the of the law. They were careless; ner-anything to get ahead of the GALICIA 1
possibilities of Florida. It is the of Pennsylvania people'who have just
they turned their
opinion of these that Or- money was secreted, $10,05 being automobiles with other machine.
gentlemen re
reached here and who will be
lando has more to offer the actual covered.On recklessness, in some instances graz- And speeding down the streets the joinedby I Petrograd, Dec. 4. On the Gali-
home builder than any locality in the ing the coats of pedestrians.An automobile drivers only in rare cases many others from now on. This is cian frontier the Russians have 1
state they have visited, and it is very Thursday night the residence of officer of the law riding a bicycle gave a signal of approach.Of the tenth visit to the City Beautifulfor tured several important positions cap-
that
likely they will become investorsto
a liberal extent. Orlando always Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Yearby, on North rode east on Church street. In- the 100 pedestrians and 63 driv- Mr. and Mrs. Martin, and'theywent from the Austrians at the point of

extends a glad hand to such substantial Orange avenue was entered between stead of making a full turn he "cut ers that passed Lack and forth across to the Keystone to reside. the _bayonet, after obstinate resist- j

men. 9 and 10 o'clock. The robber was in" close to the curbing and turned this corner in ten minutes yesterday an e. The Russian ring is being

THE WEATHER hungry and stole some food. The north on Orange avenue. afternoon it was fortunate that no Curtis & O'Neal are showing some- drawn more tightly, while the energyof

Florida: Fair Saturday and Sun11 house was ransacked but no moneywas One electric vehicle stopped one was injured. thing nice in Christmas stationery.See the Austrians has relaxed since

day cooler in peninsula.; found by the robber. I"dead" exactly i in the center of the Read editorial. the display at their store. the capture of border fortificationJJ. -.
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'RE6 V 5 PAT QfF'L I Ii
i SHIPPERS IN DOUBT ABOUT

RUBBER GOODS i AFFIXING STAMPS: TO .r.!&= ._ ='" _... =_._r '" .-- i'!

I'I BILLS-LADING I FINE ICE CREAMS AND ICES .1 I

Sz : P. R. R. Y WITHDRAWS CHARGE


i $2 Per Car-Baltimore-- & Ohio t Telephone 664 "

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M Has Filed Similar Charge .

I I II -Other Important I and we will deliver yourIcE

News
040 I CBE.A:1vd
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J uu C rw An interview with the officials of
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t'For
FOR BOILS "FOR BACKACHIr the Florida Growers and Shippers' .
Sunday Dinner ;
League, in Orlando today, developedthe
fact that there is considerable
New York Ice Cream Specialty. !
speculation on the part of shippers my

throughout of the the state treasury as to the depart-requirements Philadelphia and Fancy Ice Creams to Order ;

ment at Washington in the matter of
affixing revenue stamps to bills of ......Wholesale and Retail, Bricks or Cans..... t
I lading that are issued by the railroad
I companies, and as a consequence the Neapolitan Creams Always in Stock i
league is recipient of numerous in-
? 'l N40 quiries. it
The point on which there seems'to >'

FOR COLD FEET TOR EARACHE be so much doubt and diversified c :a::. :aOEFLEE ,
is that with
opinion respect to affix-
ing stamps to ladings which are issued -
in lieu of previous ones, as in Residence 205 Liberty St., Corner Mariposa. I


B EST?: P AR IA Y reconsigned the diverted case of while perishable after in reaching transit freight as the well whichis first as y Factory 7'r Around the Corner.- Prices'>-1.Reasonable.IiIiIaj1(_ '

destination. For the information of --- "--- -:'-- -
all concerned, the following telegrams ;
have just passed between the league
f Phones 61 and 95 Drug! Store on Ihe CornerHOOSEHOtD and the treasury department at
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Washington: TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD

"Orlando, Fla., Dec. 2, 1914.
I "Treasury Department, I
Washington, D. C. COOK WITH GAS
"Please wire if war tax stamps
HARR1-S-O-NS. must bp affixed to railroad ladings
which are issued in exchange for oth-
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A. Of er ladings and dray tickets bearing i
cancelled stamps. Practically all
Florida perishable shipments are rev j
consigned and second ladings issuedin 6. Speed
lieu former ones. We are unable 1. Convenience
interpret meaning law in this respect.
PA1BTEasy "Florida Growers' & Shippers' 7. Efficiency
,. "Florida Growers'and 2. Comfort
iDr'mDsteierytffin Shippers' League." 3. Safety .
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"Washington, D. C., Dec. 2, 1914.) 3. Cleanliness
"Florida Growers' and Shippers' 9. Perfect Regulation ..
to use. League.
"Where shipments are reconsignedand 4. Simplicity
Easy to buy. second bill of lading issued same\ of Heat

is taxable."Osborn, Commissioner." 5. Accessibility 10. Economy

w M Small cans. JCumerous other questions as to the
16 Colors and proper interpretation of the law have
arisen since it became effective, butso
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ALL GOOD. far as is known by the league they
7. EFFICIENCY
have been pretty well explained
f'' "', .,_- "'0 through the press and the agents and

Wears well. other league representatives, however,of is the now railroads.The in pos-. Efficient because the fire need not be lighted until all the food is
Looks well. .
session of full knowledge as to all requirements ready to be cooked. Because the moment the cooking is done
and will cheerfully fur-

) What more nish request.full information to any one upon the fire is turned off and all expense ceases. Because there is no .

can you ask? Diverting Perishable Freight at waste as the fire is concentrated on the place where it is needed
.
Potomac Yards

.. It Announcement was made by the and none of the heat escapes up the chimney. Because when
league on Monday of action on the
SOLD BY part of the Pennsylvania Railroad you cook with Gas you utilize every cent's worth of fire you buy.
in withdrawing charge of
company
Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. $2 per car for diverting fruits and
,
vegetables from Potomac Yards
which that company had filed with
OItLANDO.t" the Interstate Commerce Commissionto ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
take effect December 5th. The
Baltimore & Ohio railroad filed a
similar charge under its tariff I. C. C.
II'II"'I"'I'II"I'I'II"'II'III"'IIII'111111 GAS DEPARTMENT
Xo. 13216, to become effective December -
15th, and the league is justin
receipt of advice from an officialof ... J .
REAL ESTATEWe that company to the effect that it .
has also petitioned the Interstate
.
Commerce Commission for permissionto


buy d sell all classes--and kinds of Real Estate.If This The Potomac withdraw removes league Yards.is the the now matter diverting looking as a into charge.wholeat recent Th Fl ri a R al E tat & Iny tm nt Co.

;you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call tariffs filed by the L. & N. and
some other railroads, to determine
and talk your wishes over with us. whether or not diverting or recon- Paid
Capital $50,000 Fully Up.
signing charges have been filed for
The manager of this firm has had years of exper-
enforcement at Ohio river ,
gateways Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under Stale Control,
ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a such as Cincinnati, Louisville and
Evansville; and as soon as its investigation -
bullion' dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last is completed, announcementwill
lot made so that, !f necessary,
two years. shippers may avoid using the gateways -

We are well posted on the value of all classes and the where diverting they privilege.will be penalizedfor lifE extend a cordially invitation to Investors and

kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all EXPORT COTTON IS BEGINNING Iff!! Property-Holders to call at our office, to learn

bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real TO MOVE FROM PORT FLORIDA the most progressive and conservative methods.To .

Estate Bargains. Pensacola, Fla., Dec. 3.-The pres- protect your interests this Company aside of their
ence of four steamers loading cargoesfor
foreign ports at local docks is financial strength, give Bank Gaurantee whenever our 4
taken as an indication that conditionshere
are resuming normal. The action clients demand it. Enquiries by mail promptly an-
WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANY of the British government in an-
nouncing that cotton shipped to hos- swered.
iii tile countries in neutral ships will not
R. D. WARING, Manager\ be disturbed has had the effect of HENRY BENEDICT, PresidentOffice
causing the loading of a number of
Rooms 4 and Watkins Block Phone No. 631 ; cargoes of staple here already, and it
; is expected that a number of cargoes Phone 570
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4APVAPb IN FIRST PLACE War Started 1913Paris proved pastures cattle raising in

Florida presents possibilities no other

Dec. 3.-The French minister state in the Union can claim. The '

Washington: and Jefferson Gets of affairs made public a yellow natural ranges are fine for cattle, but t! GRANDI
C CUlouial l Hill book containing the causes of the
could be better -
they made by improving
Second Place and Dart- present war. An extract of the ;yellow (
mouth Third; Carlisle I book given out officially in Paris and new cultivated grass pastures I
'reads as follows: had. The industry, as it is now, j I
Draws "Booby"By "It was first in the spring of 1913 means millions of dollars to the state, i TC>:I> A.
that noted this colossal and expensive .
we
jut be doubled in'
the business could
military move which one can
( Frank G. MenLe) explain as to the desire to impose the improved stock and improved ranges. \
a nigh-class development in the :New York, Dec. 3.-Answering Germanic superiority and the hegemony DeLand Record. I I.I
tackled the job, upon the powers 'of the triple I
prettiest section of the city. Is numerous requests we I entente.
of ranking the ten best football teams' "When France'responded to this "Does Wombat own or rent his I

only nine blocks north east. in the East, on their 1914 showings,,'I menace by the drafting of the law of house?" "Rents it." "How do you

with the following result U.eeears' service in the army, this know?" "I know all right. He HARRY MEYERS '
Sidewalks all the way. Has and I measure of defense was denounced in I
1-Harvard; Washington scratches matches on the paint.-
official circles in Berlin ts a 'provocation -
several new houses under con- Jefferson; 3-Dartmouth; 4-Army;, which should not be tolerated. Courier-Journal.
5-Pittsburg; 6-Cornell; 7-Yale;; "In April of 1913 a secret and official and ROSEMARY THEBY in
struction. Has water, gas and 8-Princeton; 9-Rutgers; 10-Syra-- German statement was reportedas CITATION

follows: Whereas, the holders of a majority in in*
electricity. Is in the highest cuse.Harvard "'Attitude of government and people terest of the capital stock of McNair Lumber
deserves first ranking because of France makes necessary offen- Company Orlando. Florida, have petitionedthe "'
point in the city, being 28 feet it was not beaten and scores sive operations; uprisings in Russia L Circuit Court for Orange County Florida 'THE ATTORNEY'S DECISION
for an Order dissolving said corporation ;
victories over Yale, Washington an< nd North Africa provided for, followed Now therefore, pursuant to the Order of i
higher than the business sec- the of Belgiumand l ,
Jefferson, Princeton, and Michigan. by absorption the Hon. James W. Perkins. Judge! of said
t Holland.' Court made and entered on November 24th, ;
tion. 1 iiS Washington and Jefferson's show "These are the ideas extolled in I 1914. all parties at interest are hereby cited '
to before the said Court the lioth A Lubin ] feature in '
on .
appear special ccrrplctc two part's."LOVE
it second such is the that
the placea this
ing for year gives report; program day of December, 1914 to show cause if any
notch ahead of Dartmouth. Th endeavor to put into operation." granted. \
Hanover team, Washington an< Witness the Honorable James W. Perkins.
Judge of said Court this November 27th. lyl4
Jefferson, suffered 'but one beatinj I Seal.) B. M. ROBINSON, 4
during the year. The Hanovarian Army Gets Money r Clerk Circuit Court Orange County, r"ia-
11-8-4t- ats "
Colollial C l Hm scored more points, but Washingtoi AND HASH .

and Jefferson, by virtue of its victoryover ,
Washington, Dec. 3.Appropriationsof BEST SELECT OYSTERS, ;)0(. Quart
Yale and its great showing 1
against Harvard, is entitled to second through$104,124,501 the coming to carry year the are army pro- Waldecker Fish Co A Biorraph Burlesque Comedy. j

place. posed in estimates the war depart- t
Dartmouth played remarkable ment has just completed for submis- FOR FISH AND OYSTERS &
sion to This is an increaseof
i on the market. Prices ranging football all year. It scored 365 points $3,105,300 congress.over the current year's Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP.
against 25 for its foes. It sufferedbut appropriations. A new item is of 1
t from $350.00 to $600.00 per one defeat, a 12 to 1C trimmingat $150,000 for the purchase of auto 31. and W. O. COX "
: matic machine rifles. Altogether,- 10-23-tf "The Captain's Chair !
lot. Costs nothing to see it. For the hands of the Princeton Tigers. 190,003 is sought for ammunition ;

Army comes next. It played nine against $3,000,000 carried in the pres- I
further information see games and won them all. ent law. A Selig Comedy Drama. i
University of Pittsburg is given For the manufacture, repair and is- : ..
Jlace. The Pitt boys lost but sue of arms at national armories 1
fifth
] $750,000 is asked, aainst10.100::!; ; \ ( I
pne game throughout the year. That last year. The signal service would I'M McCULLOCHSIDepartment 1 I
was a 13 to 10 defeat at the handsof get $500,000, for which $400,000 i II I

the powerful Washington and Jefferson -, would be for airships. Provisions HEAR I
would be made for one year's addi- !
eleven.: tional pay to beneficiaries of men .
CARL DANN Cornell suffered two defeats this killed in the aviation service. ; : Store !
season in ten starts. The Cornell Other items include: "THAT ORCHESTRA: E Ee
machine didn't get UDder way until Subsistence of the army, $10, 50- ,
912; quartermaster department sup-
after Colgate shipped! over a knock-
t plies, 8000.000: new barracks and .
out punch. luarters in the United States proper, The Best of its Size in the South.
Yale is given eventh place. $2,000,000; transportation of the China and
--- barracks in the
$10,000,000
Princeton gets eighth'place.. The army ;
Philippine Islands, $;;00"000; clothingand
Tiger eleven was beaten twice. It med-
Good camp equippajre $6,900,000; Glassware
Things scored only one real victory duringthe I ical department, $750,000.
( season.

To Eat Ninth place goes to Rutgers. The From time to time the state papers CookingUtensils
New Brunswick, N. J., college played have boasted of sweet potatoes 5c tOe

good football. weighing from ten pounds up to fif-
When it came awarding the but New
teen and twenty pounds,
booby prize for the season just closed, Smyrna now leads the state with a
the award went to Carlisle without a Watch window for Mon-
Strawberry Jam t potato weighing forty-eight ponuds. ..
dissenting vote. This mammoth potato was shown to day specials. -

Blackberry Jam \ us Tuesday by W. E. Swope. The potato -

and Currant Jam Denver, Colo., Dec. 3.-Former U. was grown by Ernest Lackowitz, 128 S. Orange Ave"ueO'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'
Raspberry S.Senator Thomas M. Patterson, testifying who works for Mr. Swope. The seed

White Cherries \ today before the industrial from which this potato was grown < 4 TIlE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S

I commission, placed the blame for all was planted since the first of Jan-
Red Cherries the bloodshed directly the shoulders -
upon This is
uary. prize potato now on TRANSFERDr.
Red Raspberries \ of the coal operators.A. exhibition at the store of M. A. Gal- SANDIOTwo

breath, on Canal street.New Smyr-
B. D. WIENENGA
Peaches ; Prop.
E. Braddock has been grinding I I na Breeze. Compression Starter .
Pears -1 I cane this week. Mr. Braddocl} always -I .

makes a fine grade of syrup Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's Draying and ..
Comb Honey e1 MADE ESPECIALLY Y FOR FORDS Livery, HaulingWE
and states that his newly made pro- Coal .Yard, phone 566. 931tfTake

Clear Honey in Bottles duct surpasses any yet.-Callahan
Leader. a slant at the want ads. WUKStart: AllY T l./;t

Halibut and Cod'FishCARUTHERS Can be CrankedOne I GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE

You Ought to See Our Calendarsbeautiful sharp pull from the i

mucn: advertised "Volland" line. Bound in book seat turns the engine over AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK

& GORE form and with handsome covers and decorations. two compressions.

Longfellow Calendars x
Stevenson Calendars \ That "QUEER SHAPED WHEEL" -Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited

Kipling Calendars Does It.
New Modern GroceryPhone Household Calendars '\ HORSES FOR SALE

Bed Time Stories Calendars See the Sandbo
Calendar of Dinners x
'Phone 257. Orlando
Florida
200 I
Calendar of Salads r
Calendar of Luncheons FORD GARAGE

6 and 8 East Pine St. Calendar of Golden Thoughts, etc, etc. --

Only 50c. each, and nothing can be more appropriate for a -- -n_
(Christmas Gift at a moderate price, than these book calendars.You -.
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get the cream of the lot if you make your selections now I
ORLANDO

t W. S. BRANCH,

PLUMBING CO The Arcade Book and Music Store Do not worry about your= I

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Prices I .


We SLAUTER'S are not in latest the combine.inventions used BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS We will do it for you and you pay when you

LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS "
on all first-class get ready
Effective from August 1, 1914 to August .

Plumbing ConstructionReal 1,1915 and guaranteed against! any reduction a,

during that time:
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Estate Boughtand Touring Car- -- -- $555.00Runabout 505.00 Call on F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUMBING ann HEATING CO. :a

Sold. f. O. B. Orlando. All ran fully equipped. I
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I briber. we will be able t. obtain the maxima efficiency
and the minimum cost in onr
production

City and Building$1.00 per Lots week, $100 buys; $1.00 a Lot cash SOt.eOt in pcrchasinc our can factory and between sales the department above. date* if*.we. r-. ch an ntjnt of I I Cor. Graves and Irvin Streets 1 1I

And should we. reach this production we agree to pay atthe
RENTS COLLECTED. buyer's hare from 5je t. f60 pr ear (.ft .r about
retail buyer who purehanes a new
Auxu 1.1MS to every
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Notary Work Promptly and Neatly Ford car between August I. 114 and Autnt 1. ISIi- I II 'ORLANDO
Done. further particulars regarding the e low prices and profitharmc I'I'Far

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THE Lake Eola .

South ( J I II I i
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W. C. ESSINGTON I -Edited By Miss Eliza Wright I $6,000.This .
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Entered at the telephone No. {79. Residence telephone No. 254
ida as Second Clash

Daily 1 Year SUBSCRll..... CALENDAR Monday, December 7, at 3 o'clock, at R ERY I
Daily.! 6 Months ... is an ideal home and a great
3 Months ... St. Luke's Cathedral. The following
Daily. .... oth. bargain. Owner is a non-resident,
Da'ty.' 1 Month program will be rendered: Leader,
... and must sell. Corner lot 75x150
vl kIV7 l Year
) Mrs. Seth Woodruff; "Bishop Spauld-
ALL : R. monthly meeting; ing," Mrs. Remsen; "Mission Districtsof feet. Beautiful new eight room
:: hostess. house, elegantly finished and modern.
Shanghai, Mrs. Ford; Reading,
Burkhard
TO "Utah Children a Bishop Knows," DEPARTMENT'j'Ye
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many in Orlando will New California Bungalows -
Copy for display Mrs. Alden. The hostesses will be
dtertUinf must be of the marriage
I Mrs. Hurlbert and Mrs. T. O. Brown.
office f the Sentinel Five Rooms
:: Lockhart, oldest ,
the day before
: Everybody is cordially invited to at-
to rhancs for :: and :Mrs.: David ;
inrariiblr and will tend the meeting.A and Bath Only
\ Jacob Burkhard,
SZiin en aces buffet supper was given last
tinued should notify Germany, night by Miss Ella Taylor Slemonsin S2000
oootiaued the date cf st the honor of the senior class of the Ca- have the exclusive agency in Or-
until notice to stop was solemnized by thedral school. The guests arrivedat These are undoubtedly the greatest lando for the famous
Telephratcmh r six o'clock and were given Mother\
E. "ray, pastor of Located .
in the
-- bargains city. near
Goose rhymes to find their
j- SATURDAY, : at the home of Supper was served informally partners.from Lake Eola, and only ten minutes walk RICHELIEU r
t on East Living- I the table by: Mrs.\ Waters Howe, Miss\ from the Court House. These little
, Do your 2 o'clock Friday, De Shepherd and Mrs. Slemons. Laterin homes are beautifully finished and line of Groceries. The output of this firm

day. the family and a few very the much evening enjoyed.the new The dances seniors were include modern in every respect. Can be includes everything that is the choice of

being present. Miss Gretchen Hodirson, Miss\ bought on reasonable terms. the choicest.
"Vee-yah"- young lady of ster- :Marian Jones Miss Jane Green, Miss\
vary the usual a member of the Minna Phillips, Miss Bertha Hole- Atha We enumerate a few of their productions
Miss Marian Brawly, and oth- Cooper .
of the Methodist ers camp present were Mrs. Waters Howe for which they have earned universal -
.
Gargle the interested in help- Miss Shepherds Messr\ ;. Bert Walker, 114 South Orange AYe., Ground Floor euconiums-
names. work in the city. Bob Lewter, Sidney Newell, Payton 'i
fine young man, be- Musselwhite, E. P. Hyer, Ludolf' Phone No. 311 I Caned Fruits and Vegetables, Preserves -
Christmas the Wichtendahl, Gerald Hurlbert, George Pickles, Jams Jellies Sweet Pick-
) of Joseph ,
Dolive Randolph Cobb, Jack Bran- --- -
bank balance is. company. ham, Montcalm Broward, and Rich- ; --I led Fruits Olives, Cereals Maple Syrup,
ceremony: the couple ard Compton. Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. Candied Cherries, Figs, Preserved Ginger,

Good morning, for Jacksonville Etc.
wireless station and will visit the I s
in the former II "Chase &Sanborn's"COFFEES

The county return Mr. and Mrs. I I
county have at home to friends
I AND TEASneed
of five hundred on Highland ave- I
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fight for the of friends extend no introduction, We are exclusive
tick. and best wishes. distributors.

Club I' i CAPE COD FISH AND SMOKED
If Orlando is met with Mrs. De-
with war stamps afternoon at Modern Dwelling HALIBUT yare

II new arrivals-more than o'f
good sized ones on Magnolia ave worthy a
t'double chins," club members were trial 4
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whistlers, war Mrs..LeRoy B. Giles, I
dows," violators her substitute. :' i i SPECIALS !T '

nance, speeders, shrimp wiggle, i 1
and TRAMPS? olives, assisted by : FOR; SATURDAY AND '" ,
and Miss Vida I' Located at No. 6 E. Jackson street, near High School MONDAY,

An optimist will be entertained 10 lb. Snowdrift Lard -__________ 90c
I building. The lot is 43x75, and the house, which is new
knows Orlando Sylvan McElroy. I 1
equipped fire Returns j I f 24 Ibs. Pillsbury Flour __________ 90 C
of is home after and modern, contains large living room, dining room,
see doves [ :Maine Potatoes, peck __________ 25c
who doesn't Miller-Bielby wedding :
kitchen, four bed rooms, bath, and front and rear veran-
war news when she vas one of the Extra Fine Cranberries, quart __. lUC
Y- can really relish \ Tom Hays, well i I
das. The location is in pleasant neighborhood and you 1.45
egg when he was the best man Snowdrift Corn, doz. cans ------

'. The Orlando unpremeditated.'F" Entertained t are only ONE BLOCK from business center. This prop- I Van Camp's Peas, dozen cans ___.1.25

to of Tampa golf with soon : Slemons Card entertained Club on I erty is listed with me exclusively and the price, is mod- i i All Hams, per lb. _______________ 20. C

and Golf club. at her home on i iI I
to Orlando avenue. The guests I erate. Cash or terms. Dry. Goods Specials For S ,t.

grips filled with Brown, :Mrs.: Wal
SALE OF SHEETS
and consequently and Mrs. W. M.
Heavy Weight, close weave full bleach
O. C. C. carry I 72xJO, liegular 50c. Saturday __u 3OC
feed the "Jinx" Hostess

t was hostess for 81x90, Regular 75c., Saturday u__ 59 c
.
The Sentinel Club yesterday after- S. Y. WAY
letters from the usual informal PILLOW SLIPS i

... These letters, if Full size, 42x36, made of ,fine heavy muslin

S and come.clearly. But to at. A.3 p.R.m. the Orlando Insurance and Real Estate AgentI I 35c. pair, Saturday A V/L-C

of state, local will meet with Mrs.
BED SPDEADS
r desired. The Cherokee. At four .
PHONE 172 Full size Marcella Make, good conventional p kttAns. -
neT to will be
are open program
I Two of our leading lines we cut on Satyr-
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but attacks Elizabeth; Woman Ii i dayRegular
waste basket. "On the Borderland i! $1.00 Saturday 79c.
will be the
signed. top-
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A. R. are invited to Regular $1.25, Saturday ____u__..__u 98c
OBSERVATIONOn II
page one historian. I EXTRA SPECIAL TOWEL ITEMS $

ing attention to Study Class 50 dozen Huck Towels, heavy weight, does riot\
existing at the : Study class will meet -i get lighter after washing, worth 12I,2c. each \

nue and Church ,' -, (.\ Special Cash Purchase) .
story is based
I 85c
vation ) I II I Saturday UOZ36inch ,
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3 and 3:10 UNBLEACHED SHEETING
,
being Made of genuine Sea Island Cotton, heavy
motorists. Gifts That EndureThe weave, worth lOc. yard, Saturday
cated by The I
news did. story and II i I Cut 10 ydsfor 85c j "

I I I 27-inch COLORED POPLIN !

OPINIONSThe, Soft, Silk finish, highly mercerized, in a fill
Sentinel air is now becoming charged with the range of colorings, including Navy, Bro\ n
very Green, Gray, Cardinal, white and black.
on any other of for Christmas will be here.
giving soon
in its editorial Fully worth 25c. a yard, Saturday 12
enough .
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community choice and preferred gift is the one which endures, ANY $.i.00 SHOE IN THE STORE $ 98
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written with for _.
public opinion it suggests the continuity of love and friendship, j I ..
hie back to the i OUR SILK SALE '

following two days up and Such a gift is a watch or piece of iewelry. an Is proving EXTRA itself Special positively for Saturday irresistable. Herd's '.

same *''ilrtr; : a?
from edifying. You will fmdrat our store everything that would; distin- SILK BROCADED CREPE \,
For Negligee wear in shades of Pink, Sky, Goljl,
a first-class jewelry store-gifts of rare value for the lavish Nil, Coral Copen, Lavender, Gray and White *
THANK YOU, Regular values 50c. and GOc. cents. All day
One way to and an almost unlimited choice of less expensivejbut

"jump to a gifts to suit the limited income. : Saturday 19jc,

firmly and at I

ly Tribune remarks in the) We are sure our selections will please you. I

ring to a I

Morning II I

Leonidas swam ; CD.i
Kaiser I DICKSON .IYfS

to make a ;
EVANS
tourist ing to escapes T. H. I!

grabbed a ;
and The JEWELER .DEr ARTMENT STORE.

vertising" in .. ..
in the
and the prolific ''Orange Avenue Florida ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PIIACEt

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DAILY NEWS If Victor.TODA Drama Y'S,in PROGRAM two parts. James : Diamonds, Watches,
Warren Kerrigan in "The
herder," a romance of the Sh.eP-j
t The One You Depend on Fcr Real News. i I Joker. Comedy. "Jane's Jewelry, Cut Glass, :
with Ernest Shields and Eddie Bo-
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land.Kej stone. Comedy. "The New Silver Novelties, i
"OUR MUTUAL GIRL Baby." I]
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I The same old price, 5 cents. French
Goes Golfing. Ivory, '

THAT GOOD i II Aligator Goods, Etc. n i iU
"A FLIGHT FOR A FORTUNE

GULf GASOLlN1[ I

Scenes.Majestic (2 reels). A Thrilling Melodrama With Sensational Aeroplane U Don't buy before you visit our U I In

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. 1 ANDSUPREME store, we will help you to solve the

Automobile Coupons Contest.given with every admission, gcod for the Lucerne Theatre Great P AUTO OIL[ gift problem. .

ARE THE BEST FOR YOUR CAR

I Same L tt1e Prices I LI Any article reserved. 4
Drums for shipping and storage

tanks kept on hand. n apn n
A visit to our store will be
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-- Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit preciated.
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL Messrs. C. O. McLaughlin, of Sanford i i :Mrs. Chas. Woodall, of Kissimmee, all cars. Give make of car when you
and W. J. Driscoll, of Arcadia, and Mr. James Woodall, of Kinston, order.
representing the Armour Fertilizer N. C., mother and brother of Mrs. R. -- --
Ask Dave Caruthers how he sells Works, Jacksonville, looked after bus- D. Waring, spent yesterday in Or- n b.llen &; CO nU n
25 Ibs. sugar for $1.00. It iness matters in Orlando yesterday.Joe lando. GULF REFINING COil ,
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Mr. J. :M. Williamson, of Gabriella, and Donald Cheney enjoyed a' Miss Gordon's sermons at Unity 1". G. WALTON, Agent U JEWELERS U
was among the business transactorsin duck hunt on the St. Johns early yes- Chapel, for the month of December, I
Orlando yesterday. terday morning. They met with con- '; will be "Poetry in Common Life," ;Office Phone 430.; ENGRAVING REPAIRING S
siderable luck, :Mr.: Donald Cheney "The Religious Message of Tenny- Residence Phone 2G9. i
Waiter Coble went to Jacksonville having trouble with his automobile.A. son'" "The Christ in Modern Poetry," L isa; i:==to '
yesterday, where he will be gone for "The Faith of Our Modern Poets."
several days on business matters. D. Mallory and family, of Batavia VENEER CORES .44.C)9+ 11.1111t -
111., arrived yesterday to spend Mr.V.. F. :Mundee, commercial .
Ilr. E. L. Maxwell and wife, oft i the winter and will be pleasantly located i agent of the Seaboard Air Line, with $1.25Per W. Coleman W. R. Rhan t
Washington, D. C., are among the 'I in their beautiful home on Lake ;, headquarters in Jacksonville, is THERE'S A REASON FC'R'fl'
late arrivals at the San Juan. Ivanhoe. A son is attending Rollins among the popular transportation Strand: UpFIREPLACE

. College. : people in Orlando today. lie is reg- PIO l 1..' PAr NTrpSold
25 pounds of sugar for $1.00. Ask istered at the San Juan. cnrxI\.S AM
Dave Caruthers, No. 7 East Church J. C. Otey, of the Orlando Auto OAK WOOD
street. 5-lt Supply company, went to Atlanta Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Genung, and Orlando Wood YardB. at -gaming in popularity every day. ;
yesterday, where he will be gone for' Mrs. A. Ruth Annabel and son, Edward QUALITY-THAT'S (IT
W. ..
Kingsley Proprietor .
Guests at the San Juan today include -
several days inspecting the new arrived in Orlando yesterday PINE STREE1 AND li. It. '
We also handle full line of Painters' & PaperHangers' ,
a
Messrs. W. C. Amick and E. D.
Dodge car which has reached that from Waverly, N. Y., and are pleas- Telephone 314
D. C. Supplies. 2000 Rolls Wall Paper ; |
of
Vashburg Washington 9-30 .
city. antly located at the home of Mr. Carl .
to go at cost price. ;
Jansen, Lake Cherokee, tor the win- ,
Before having pictures see "life J. S. Irvine, of New Jersey, is one ter. : ORIRNDO PAINT AND VIAIL ti'' PAPER CO.
motion pictures" at Evans', 100 North of the late tarrivals. With his familyhe Biggest per cent of profit ever i;I ?
, Main. 1125tfMr. is occupying his pretty home on T. J. Walker, of Ripley, N. Y., derived from the use of the Sentinel's :t TheSignoftheSun Phone 261 205So.OrangeAve.; I
North Orange avenue. His "Reo" car I writes The Sentinel that he will leave want ad. columns. j:... ..
Edmund Swabey, of Kissim- is being cared for by the Orlando I that state on Friday, arriving in Or-
. mee, was in the city yesterday greet- Auto Supply company.Mr. lando Sunday evening, and to hold his -
ing friends and looking after business paper for him. lie adds, "that three
matters. and Mrs. W. P. Miller, of Aure- feet of snow has disappeared and we
FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
i lia, Iowa, arrived in Orlando yester- are now enjoying seventy degrees." 1
Louie Leonard, of Atlanta, representing -'day afternoon over the Tampa
the American Fire Insurance I cial to spend'the winter. They spe-\\ The committee in charge of the Established 1886
company, was an Orlando business .
visiting their daughter, Mrs. Tourists Headquarters desires to acknowledge ;
caller yesterday.E. Reynolds, on South Orange avenue ,I the gift of supplies from
Caruthers & Gore and Estes Phar- I'
G. Hauselt has purchased a new A jolly bunch of the boys and girls I macy; also would extend its special CURTIS & NEAL :
Cadillac eight cylinder automobile gave :Master: Robert Davis, son of I thanks to the ladies of the Civic
which will be delivered to him in a I Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Davis, a surprise I, League for two easy chairs and pretty -
short time. 'party last night at the Davis home I curtains for use in the room. .
. t I; on South Orange.avenue. They met INSURANCE LOANS
Last night was an ideal moonlight I I I
at the west end of Lake Lucerne with The Orlando Concert Band is one
evening for the "second night" of the
:Miss: Elsie Gore
and
I Milton Hughey of the institutions of the city that is
LAL ESTATE RENTALS
roof garden, and quite a large crowd
: in charge of the affair. ,
most appreciated. Recently the following -
attended all three shows. I I .
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officers wer elected: J.1.
I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genung and Mrs. Veighman, president; Eugene Hoff- ,
The state bank examiner, E. 1'.1]I ,
'A. R. Annable and :Master: Edward ner, of Pine Castle, vice-president;
Thagard, of Tallahassee, is in Or-
Annable leave tomorrow morning for Donald Helms, secretary, treasurerand
lando and will remain here until Mon-I .
Orlando, Florida, where they will librarian.Get .
day. I I j I i spend the winter. While there they FOR RENT---Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main

I expect to erect bungalows on lots the news in the Sentinel first.IOSTEOPATUY. Street.
Mr. L. S. Scroble, Florida passen- which
they 'recently purchased.-I I ,
ger agent of the Clyde Line, with Times-Record, Sayre, Pa. I

yesterday headquarters in Orlando in Jacksonville in the interest, spent I'I I "Shore Acres,-"-the--lovely suburban I Seven Room House, South Orlando.

of his company. 'home of :Mr.: Lester Beeman, will be I
I'the scene next Tuesday evening of a DR. J. C JIOWELL Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.ENGLAND .
Mrs. W. S. Fry, of Palatka, who i happy gathering. :Mr.: Beeman, a j!Hours, 10.12,3-5, and by appointment i j jj j
has been visiting her daughter, :Mrs.: I prince of good fellows, noted for his I'No extra charge lor Douse treatment
T. B. Gillespie, on North Orange ave- ; unstinting hospitality, will entertainthe +}'I Except Night Calls.Telephone .
nue, returned yesterday to her home Centa :Media: Dancing Club, of j I connections -.
in the "Gem City." this city. Office cor. Orange and Central Are IMiOfr 11111 11111 11111 1111I II'

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Overland Mold 80 rolling stock, mostly six cylinder automobilesfor

use in the war. It means that there is j

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I FOR ing RENT-Nicely rooms; all conveniences famished ;sleep-spe- bomber. Latham acid: Sl1..iI1..glesOILAN

G II I SENTINEL i cial rates avenue.for season. No. 12-2-lwk 205 Magnolia -


FOR RENT-Two or three unfur-
WANTS nished rooms, either upstairs or
downstairs. All modern conveniences.Close .
to two good lakes. Inquire at
506 W. Amelia street. W. II. Bojte.
11296t'FOR
The Morning Sentinel Want RENT-Suite of rooms now oc-
Directory is the Greatest Want cupied by Dr. Christ. Long term : ()
Ad Medium in Orlando. tenants only desired. Jno. M. Cheney.
A'
11-13-tfc
Terms Cash in Advance. I .
I FOR RENT-Large, attractive room.
RATES Inquire No. West Washington St.
For One Day ______________23t I 11-8-tfc Royal Cement Agalite Plaster and Perfection LimeEUSI
For Three Days ____________30c ,
For Six Days _______________75c I FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with
A CORNER LOTis For One Month _____-_____$2J;0 I garage; elegantly furnished; on
This rate applies on all ads of Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox.
25 words or less. If the ad con- 8-27-tf
always the Buyer's choice. tains more than 25 words the rate
will be one cent per word for FOR RENT-Seven room house; water -
There are but few corners each additional word, for each in- gas, electric lights, bath, etc.; ESS
and they are generally sold sertion.If barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by
you can't bring your ad to 200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange
early the office telephone No. 24. Ac- avenue. 10-31-tf
counts opened by telephone will be
have house good payable the following day. ,
We a on a FOR RENT-Small flat, modern conveniences .

corner lot all modern and Every Home Every Business unfurnished. Jas.11-3-tf A. Important friendships result from the right introduction and
Man has for Knox.
Every use a
up-to-date. Sentinel Want Ad. FOR RENT-Large convenient rooms the most important ones come through the right banking con-

for light housekeeping. Also pleas- nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We
first
HOUSE[
A NEW FOR SALE ant sunshine front bed room on
floor. Private family and modern
conveniences. 315 West Central. invite you to open an account with us here a personal inter-

The price is low for FOR SALE-A good work horse. Can 11-24-tfc.
very be used anywhere. 15 hands high est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
f this grade of property. Call and perfectly gentle. Call on S. S.
of four nice-
FOR RENT-Apartment
Jones, near Lake Lancaster, on Con-
in and let us take you out way road. 12-4-Gt ly furnished rooms; gas, separate
bath, new house; adults only. 604
I and show it to you today. GROCERY FOR SALE Magnolia avenue. 11-10-tf- BANK & TRUST CO.

Good cash grocery business for sale
WANTED
at invoice price.. Only parties with
r ORLANDO BUILDINGS LAND CO money need answer this ad. Good .
WANTED-At once, an experienced
l. reason for selling. Address "Grocer,
waitress at the Wyoming hotel. J
, office. 12-4-3tc
care Sentinel
II North Avenue
Orange Apply in person. 12-4-3t -

FOR SALE-35 acres, one mile northof I = IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIel = IIIIIIIIOIIIICfelllll.i
PHONE 608 station Sorrento, on pine straw TOURISTS wanted at private boarding
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/ house, near Lake Standish;
road; no waste; easily cleared; roll-
e OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL ing, clay subsoil. $400, half cash; plenty of fishing; real country life;
i dealers protected. For two days ad- Northern cooking; reasonable rates.
dress C. R. Poole, Orland hotel. 1 Address Mrs. L. Smoot, Plymouth: SUBTROPICAL EXPOSITION
r FRED B. DALE 12-3-St Fla. 11296t'FOR
Ii C. H. BRYANTr
r DAVIS A GILES. Counsel' FOR SALE-Furniture, dishes and SALE-Typewriters" visible,
'. F. A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor two fireless cookers, etc., used by new and used ones, at ten dollars l'ID-WINTER
, Civic League. Apply to Mr. Hugh and up. Cash talks. Get a good ma-
Allen at the fair grounds. 12-2-l\vc chine cheap. Almost new Oliver No.
5, twenty-five dollars. C. S. McEwen.

I Business FOR Oliver SALE OR TRADE-One with No. 5 12-3-3t ..8.. 1:8 1
I Directory"j] typewriter, splendid OBL
leather case. Machine in excellent EXPERT STENOGRAPHER and secretary mid oi. 4 ,
For- -_ condition, used but very little. Call wishes whole or part time
r between 12 o'clock noon,and 2 p. m. work. New York experience of several -
BUSY MEN. i for terms. Inquire at Sentinel office. years in commercial, educational FEB. 9-13 1915
11l-28-tfo and literary lines. Rapid dictationto
I machine. Address B., care Senti- ,
I nel. 12-3-6t
SHOE HOSPITAL FOR SALE-Ten acres fine orange
Bouton Brothers, corner Church land; about 3 acres cleared; 3-4 of EDUCATIONAL
r and Orange avenue. Shoes repaired \ mile south of Gill's store and 1-2 THE M. E. "NATIONAL" BAZAARwill
: while you wait. Best rubber heels, mile east of Lake Conway, on terminal be held in the old postolFice
40 cents. Best English tan leather. of proposed brick road. Ad- room Thursday, Friday and Satur- Agriculture Horticulture Floriculture Domestic
Ii Phone 4S7. 11-15-lmo Jress Anna II. Piatt, R. R. No. 1, Box day, beginning at 3 p. m. Thursday, ,
43, Orlando. 11-24-lm. December 3rd. Buy your Christmas Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,
at the bazaar. Luncheonwill
date
t' Up to painting, papering, etc., presents
I is the kind you want. Where to get FOR SALE-Nice, comfortable home be served each noon and supper and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports f
Friday evening, at 25 cents. Chicken
it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. for small family; grapefruit, guava
Thursday and Entertainments of all kindsFor
and orange trees; six squares of post- supper turkey supper Areoplans Lectures and
Entrican. 1-20-tT Saturday, at 50 cents. 12-3-3tc .
office. W. West
D.
Apply to 510 ., .
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I Marion avenue or Hotel Astor.
Eat all you want. 11-18-1mo ROOMS FOR KENT
I Eat what you want.
address
Information or premium list
i: Take a postscript and forget it. FOR SALE-Five room house, one NICE LARGE FURNISHED
ROOM
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f t' For sale by all druggists. I mile fiwm court house, $wO. One to adults only. 409 Delaney street. H. D. DICKSON Pres'tIMIMMMimilllllllllliMf
f l-T-d&w-lyr I Liberty Brush automobile, $75. In- 10-25-tf VVM.\ R. O'NEAL, Scc'yi ,
1 -- A-------- quire Shoe Hospital.. 8 East Church
f. .
street. ll-17-lmo

Atlantic Coast Line MISCELLANEOUSThe I II I I I i I II I I I i i it1 ..II 01 I I I I I .. Y S I I I II I I II I I II. ,I.
FOR SALE-One seven passenger,
six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, New Pocket Billiard Parlor, ......--...,
i TOURIST TRAINS-3 first class condition. Don't answer No. 8 West Pine street, is now open .
k, unless interested. Address Bargain, for business. ll-28-7t
t from care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf

NORTH AND WEST I MAKE A SPECIALTY of planting $ It .
E FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston orange and grapefruit trees; all jYPur. w.. t
Wakefield, $1.00 per thousand. trees guaranteed to live. References I
l Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. furnished. Charges, $6.00 per acre. .
"Dixie FIjer" 10-28-tf Address, Box 222, Ocoee, Fla. "

4i "Dixie Limited" FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. 11-10-lmo We have received a car of Foster Bros' famous

"SemiiLimited""Montgomery; Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas- THE WILLOLA HOTEL, 406 South
tle. 9-18-tf Orange avenue, is now open. Beau-
Route" tiful location near Lake Lucerne.

:I "South Atlantic Limited"Pullman FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine Home cooking. Spacious veranda. Iron Beds
hammock land; eight in grove; ,the Mrs. W. T. Walker. 11-19-lmoc Por1an1yke
F 1 cars from Chicago, St. Louis, present crop of oranges will be from
750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, BLASTING, Subsoiling and Dynamiting -
t Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisville ready for s'tting-lO acres in lake, of all kinds done on short no-
and intermediate points to Jacksonville one and quarter miles from Apopka. tice. 'A full stock of dynamite in 1 There is nothir that will compare with the finish
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Price, $5,000. Address W. II., Box magazine at all times. See L. N.
I Fla. 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-2.3-tf Lewis 11-13-lmo, 406 S. East street, Orlando. that are on Footer Beds, and OUR PRICES for these

Dining Carsvia For Sale less than others charge for the same
SO Acres:::, citrus and vegetable land, LOST'o :FOUND beds are far

; 20 ready fenced for, 10 planting cleared trees, crop this on it winter now, style bed that has nothing near the finish. We would: !

.A tlantic Coast Line and church crop; half next mile spring of;railroad near school station and; LOST-White pearls. Reward violet if pin returned, set with to like you to call and see this line; nothing like it in

good neighborhood; four miles from Hammond & Bunch's store. 12-2-tf
i court house. Special price if taken in
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando. BUYERS AND: SELLERSI the city.

G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., 10-25-tf
buy, sell rent, and exchange real I
lIi1lsboro.1I0tel, Tampa, Fla. FOR SALE estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla. We give coupons with all cash sales.Kincaid&Snowden.

A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., Nursery stocK one, two, three and over 30 :years. Have handled over
four year old buds; Foster Early. $20,000,000. Call and see me.
38 West Bat St., Jacksonville, Fla.. i iA Pineapple Java, Homosassa. Wash 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.

Ington Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahlapopka. ,
\ Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf They run almost anything and everything -
on wheels these days.Don't "

WANTED, ROOIERS-Rooms and.
board in delightful country resi- .
.Pill sn m.JEWELER dence three-fourths mile from Orlando wait for every one in town to
in orange grove. Plenty fresh.1 have Entrican the painter, before
1 air, fruits and congenial surround you try. Am too busy to look you
ings. Address A. B. C., Sentinel. up. Phone 636, and I will be on the: House.
11-29-lwk job. 1-20-tl Low Priced Furniture


EXPERT WATCH MAKER FOR RENT Sat Eat; all what you you want.want. Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida

Take a postscript and forget it. I
FOR RENT-Up to date furnished l For sale by all druggists.::
I make a specialt r of Fine house; all conveniences; 211 Jack l-7-d&w-lyi 6.11 "
Watch, Clock and Jewelery Repairing son street. Also two light housekeeping l -
; Diamond Setting,Ring rooms. ll-29-8t' Who is I
your palmer and decorator

and Bring Spectacle me repairs Repairing.others have AT first YOUR class OWN mechanic GARAGE-Let put your cat a L., If have No.you 636.; if are not satisfied, phone keep W. T.the Ertrican one 120tjDon't yot;,;! GOR ON'S' CARRlAGf Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST .

failed to do, and I will repair in running order. Watch him work.Leave .
them satisfactorily or no charge. call 407 West street. PhOE -I
:My prices are reasonable. 563. ll-29-6t put it off any longer-do it -AND-
today-use Sentinel want ads. :.nd l i Will open an office at

FOR RENT-Pleasant, sunny rooms, get_what you want.. ___ TRANSffR I DR. L. H. RAMSOELuOPTOMETRIST{ 113 S. Orange Ave. over Curtis &

CHAS. VATER desired.completely 603; North furnished.Orange Breakfast avenue. il f:'I NEIL McDUFFEEContractor ; I Bt\bGAGE\ :I I I II O'Neal's Store.0

11-29-1 I I I (Successor to Dr. C. r. LikluORLANDO. */ 11-6-tf
JEWELEREast L. T. HARRELL Prop. -
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Pine Street, at Young's FOR RE "f-To desirable people I and Builder I Piano and Furniture i The Sentinel's subscription list is
well furnished suite, bed room and i FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES steadily climbing all the time.

Repair Shop 11-4-d&w-lm sitting Also single room rooms with ,private and a lavatory garage. I Bungalows' a Specialty Moving a Specialty iI |j i AND CO ALL KINDS OF you on the list? If not, why not Are?

;;:nlerdid location. :\0.9 E. Wa!:hin Arcade S7''
Building. Orlando I OTICAL REPAIRING
PHONE
ton St. 11-29-lmc. 8 E. Church SI. j I Get the news in The Sentinel first.

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Saturday Night FOR SATURDAY All Day .Saturday

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Gold Seal Feature
On the rear bargain table we will 99 Ladies' Shoes in
Trey of Hearts
have a large selection of goods I
in two reels Oxfords and
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some of them Wool, some Crepesin I, I :

plain and fancy. And dozens Also the Crystal Comedy
.1 $3.00 $3.50 $4.00'values
of other good bargains. "Life Saver"
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Wool Dress Goods For The Men Suit Cases, Matting .

In plain and fancy weaves,worth up to 75 cents yard, ;
Four in Hand Ties, silk, line to choose from. ,
your choice pure large and semi-leather, regular$1.50 quality 1 to a customer "
Regular 50 cent quality a
25, !'lets 98 cts. :
25 cts i'
Bath Towels \ ;

Hemmed,pure bleached, 15c.quality,special Cups and Saucers J J0
\ Per Dozen Ladies' Gowns and Petticoats
$1.00 Decorated Stone China g
made of a good quality of Muslin,Lace and Embroiderytrimmed 1 1

'Ladies Hose Supporters ,65 cent quality 75c.value,special,for a set of six------------39c I

In black, white and fancy, 50c. quality 42 ctsSUGAR I 1
25c 1
MAINE POTATOES, per peck 25c
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BEST CREAM CHEESE,per lb. 20c
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Boys Hats 17 Ibs. for $1.00 .
All new Fall Styles,50c.to 75c.quality for
FANCY CREAMERY BUTTER per lb. 35c
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SANFORD WASMIIPPED I
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The Orlando Rifles defeated the II I
Sanford basket ball team by the score I
f of 49-13 in the Armory last night. I I
HOME defeated The Orlando Sanford Rifles four have pre\'iousb'I 1 1I

son. Sanford reorganized and came' 1I I
down with a new team with which I
they expected to clean up. It is expected ,
that Sanford will be satisfiednow. i
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ilL Starting BIG is Not BIG GAME AT-KOLLI.NS TONIGHT I I

Starting Right j I leaders From both the statements Cathedral of and the Rollins rival j t I J I

I are confident that when the final ; f
If our wealthiest men had waited to I whistle blows their teams will be 11 1 I ,
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start their bank accounts wIth.BIG I turned winner. The game will re-I "
would still be waiting. played in the gymnasium at .
amount-they at 8 o'clock tonight. I 1
Little deposits grow to big sums. It s I I ..
the little business that has the best chanceto HOME TEAM WINS I
become big. It is the young man who I
can take care of the small sums who will The football game between Orlando j I f
and Sanford was won by the locals by .
be able to handle a big business.We I. a score of 14 to 0. The home team lJI( > (jl.l.\Rs_ I .
We wel-, '
small deposits.
encourage did excellent work. "Yellow Jacket" ( j
come new accounts of $1.00. We pay 4 and O. Lobean each made a touch- [
per cent. down. and Sntjak Thieves lioW HO dread l

"THE VIRGINIAN" PLEASESThe :Jor those who keep their valuables
STATE BANK \
Paramount production of "The in our vault.
of OrlandoLET Virginian" last night at the Grand
I was of the highest character. Every- .
body was pleased with the most excellent Safe Deposit .Soxes
show. The Paramount pictures .
are drawing the crowds and appealing :.: :. :$1 per year and up. .
to the public. '
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SALE-Chalmers car. Bargain, :
at once. Wright's Cigar Store, 129 .: :: '

I South Orange avenue. 12-5-lt .' .' ....."v ..,.,-

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BARGAINS, bargains! 25 per cent. .
off on shoes for Saturday and Monday .
at II. Kanner's New York Bar-
ME BEAUTIFY YOUR GROUNDS I' gain Store. 12-5-2t

WHETHER A COUNTRY ESTATE BARGAINS, bargains! in clothing, .

OR A SMALL: CITY LOT I I dry and goods sweaters ladies', at a and big children's reduction coats for .

I New Saturday York and Bargain:Monday: Store., at II. Kanner's 5-2t D t FI j ..1ifu! t lli}. j 1W' I D[

BLUE PRINTS AND DETAILED PLANTING IN- I: FOR RENT-Two rooms, facing the

STRUCTIONS AT REASONABLE PRICES street and furnished for lighthousekeeping' _

: minutes able rent.walk,from Inquire with postoffice conveniences 207 ;Palmetto reason-; five .. ... : ( j."TL :i

street. 12-5-3t*
Werner F.
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FOR RENT-For the season new five
room bungalow; electric lights I
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTAND bath, attractively furnished, beautiful
shade, growing garden; 3 minutes
-- from center; reasonable rent. Hayes
CONSULTING HORTICULTURISTIf Robbins, Winter Park. 12-5-2t

contemplate planting a citrus groveit j WANTED position as housekeeper Daviosos
1 for elderly gentleman, by experienced -
will pay you to get my adxice. r
i lady; or would like the care
Local for BUCKEYE NURSERIES of a small :poultry farm. Address I
Agent Housekeeper, care Sentinel. 12-G-lt* ,
Tampa Fla.
i LOST-Between East Amelia avenue
OUice Above PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK and South Lake street, a lady's I
Name inside. Finder
: Hack handbag.
PHONE 570 n-io-ti 'please return to 115 East Amelia I
avenue. 1251t'LOSTRed

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horse; right hind knee
swollen; 2 small white spots back of I
-- -- --- I left shoulder. Reward to finder. Ad-
dress Bill Oliverio, Box 753, city
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I Are your hens laying ? If not why not ? LOST-A pocketbook containing sum "
of money, a provost marshal's pass 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission' Automatic it|
used in St. Louis. Return to Sentinel
Try Aunt Patsy's Poultry Food. Guaranteed office. No questions asked. Loser Mechanical Oil Pump Step-Starter and 66 Refinements $275.00.
values the pass very much.
Everything in the Chicken line. 12-5-lt
W WHITNEY WRIGHT 1290SAFire: : 4
FOUND-Pocket book. Owner can |I Y ;
Wright Seed CompanyPhone have same by describing property.Call .. 'I .ililltl .. ( MIMHMttMMIIittlMMIIMIIIillllllt. ;
at 707 East Central avenue.Irs.:: '
W. L. Lewis. ,-
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'I IF MONEY IS ANY OBJECT to i
H i yOU, come to II Kanner's New York
Bargain Store. We will sell new
goods for the holidays at sacrifive
THE CHASE & CO I prices. 12-5-23t PharmacyOrlando


PACKING HOUSE% AT ORLANDO T. A. MANN ,

Is modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- I I II
FiaJ Established! Years
date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the 34
PROPER PACKING Grocery, Pine St.SPECIALS !
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which, however, would not accomplish the end desiredby PRACTICAL GIFTS '
the grower, if he did not also have available the services -

of One carload Irish Potatoes must be FOR XMAS

THE CHASE & CO sold Saturday II ,

Sack --------____u u_________$190 .

SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM Peck ________________________20c '
which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, ixpe- 24 lb. Pilsbury Flour __.._______90c French Ivory Mirrors Kodaks Ideal Fountain Pens

rienced, competent and reliable. 12 lbs. Pilsbury Flour _________45c French'Ivory Combs Perfumes Thermos Bottles.

GIVES THE GROWER 1 dozen Pet Cream ---________-40c Brushes Carafes'
French Ivory Stationery
HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS Hams, per lb. ________________19c
3 Corn Flakes __________________25c Perfume Bottles Card Gases Safety Razor Outfits
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITEDGROWERS'
10 lb. Snow Drift _--___________90c f
MARKETING AGENTS Outfits for Ladies and Gentlemen.Mail .
2 cans Clark's Tomatoes _25c Traveling
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Kingham Box Bacon -- -- 33c;
: Orders Promptly Filled. No Charge for Mailing.
Main Office, Jacksonville, Florida Remember Fox River Butter _____37c

9-30-d&w A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. i 2 Cans Baxter Corn _____._______25c A 1

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$55.00 Value 9x12 Wilton Rugs, Special Sale Price ______J______________ $41.25 $25.00 Value 9x12 Axminster Rugs, Special Sale Price _________________ $19.85

$45.00 Value 9x12 Wilton Rugs, Special Sale Price ______...__________ 33.75
17.90
--- $20.00 Value 9x12 Axminster Rugs, Special Sale Price _________________

$35.00 Value 9x12 Axminster Rugs, Special Sale Price 28.50
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