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

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Turkish Army Numbers 100,000 Soldiers HAS GROWN SINCE START :MR. A. MASON: AND; :MISS l
:hOUSE" Of
Which Capture Frontier TownsGreat IN 1911 ON-DEPOSIT$7,201 I NOW 1.I I DOROTHEA RIED YESTERDAY IPLE1.cH.: I

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Britain Thirsting for News of Naval Conflict Off the Coast Postmaster McLean Has Received

of Chile-War With Turkey Is On-Teutons Face aNew Interesting Report in North-At Home After OVER RESULTS OF TUESDAY'S ELECTION-HOUSE

Danger When Ammunition Fails From the Government, I December 1 at Winter
Printed Below Park

By International Nrwt Service to The Sentinel
London, Nov. Developments on land and on sea, and in the general The postal savings department of I Most:: of our readers will be sur- Democrats Claim Greatest "Off Year"

diplomatic situation rolled up fast today, cementing Turkey firmly in her the Orlando postoffice has steadily prised to read of a very pretty quiet

warlike position. The Russian admiralty announced officially that the Turk- grown since its start June 12th 1911 'I wedding that was solemnized at Winter Victory in History of CountryJohn
hit fleet had been driven out of the Black sea and was now effecively bottledup and has now on deposit $7,204.00 not Park yesterday noon by Bishop

in the Bosphorus with the formidable Russian Black sea fleet standing including several thousand dollars I i CameronIann.:: .
guard at the entrance.On that has been converted into govern- For some time it has been rumored Barleycorn Gets the Knockout Drops in Washington, Colo-

the Caucasian frontier, Turkey was estimated to have massed a ment bonds. The number of postal that Mr. Adelbert William ::Mason the rado, Oregon and Arizona-Results of Election Are of
hundred thousand troops all ready for battle. General Sanders Pasha, in accounts to date is 289. proprietor of the Winter Park Auto-
command of the army, which is already reported to have taken numerous The gain in deposits has been quite mobile company, and an extensivereal Intense Satisfaction to Prohibition Leaders

villages along the frontier. This report comes from an apparently authentic perceptible within the past month, is estate proprietor of Orange
Turkish source. The Russian foreign office, on the other hand, declares the announcement made by W. C. county, would lead to the altar, at Washington, Nov. Democratic administration leaders today claimeda

officially that the Russian Caucasian army, which" was invading Turkey, had :McLean new postmaster of the Or- some time this season. Miss Dorothea "substantial majority" in the house, and continued control of the senate as
advanced for several miles in Turkish territory and had occupied several lando postoffice.The the charming daughter of :Mr.: and a result of the elections for the next congress. On returns which were not

towns driving the Turks before them. following press notice has been :Mrs.: William Chase Temple, of Win- yet complete the Democrats asserted their majority in the senate had been

Great Britain formally declared war upon Turkey and expected a similar issued by the government: ter Park. increased from ten to fifteen. In the house the returns indicated that the

action to be taken immediately by France, Russia, Servia :Montenegro: and The war in Europe is proving a big Owing to the prominence of all the present overwhelming Democratic majority of 140 had dwindled to about 25.

possibly Belgium and Persia. All are expected to act soon. Turkey is trying boon to postal savings in this coun- parties directly interested in this With this the Democratic leaders professed themselves satisfied, declar-
to force the Persians to declare war against Russia. Great Britain is try. From the very day hostilities marriage it was generally supposedthat ing it was the greatest majority "ever returned by any party in an off year

now waiting for some definite action on the part of the Balkan powers. opened across the seas postal savings it would be one of the prominent following a tariff revision." The Democrats also asserted the returns showed
receipts began to increase by leaps social affairs of the season, but at the that the Progressive party had practically disappeared, and that thereforethe

GERMAN ARMY:: HAS MET WITH SEVERE REPULSE and bounds and withdrawals fell off, earnest plea and unswerving insist- Democratic victory was a triumph over a reunited Republican party.

By International News Service to The Sentinel a result quite contrary to the predic- ence of the charming young bride the Republicans however, were jubilant over the result. They asserted the
Paris Nov. 5.-A new German army drives for the coast through Ypres, tions of many well informed persons parents finally agreed that the wedding Progressives were returning to the fold, and that by 1916 the way would be

Lille and Arras, for which a great army of 350,000 has been concentrated.It who, in their imagination saw lines ]j should be strictly privateandthat cleared for a sweeping Republican victory. They were prepared to welcome
started! today and met its first repulse. A French counter offensive movement of feverish depositors at postoffice '\ no one except the families of the "Uncle Joe" Cannon and many of his erstwhile followers who had fought

6 was able not only to repel the German advance, but succeeded at several windows anxious to again return their J 1 bride and groom and Bishop Mann: their way back to seats in the house: after their defeat in 1912. Three breaksin

points in making notable progress. Aerial scouts have reported great col savings to the boot-leg and body-belt i should know of the time and place of the "Solid South" which Democracy has held for so many years, were

umns of troops coming up behind the German lines east of Ypres and dis- depositories whence they came before I the ceremony.The pointed to as indications of he Democratic weakness.The .

patches from Havre tell of news received there during the last three days intrusted to Uncle Sam. But the forecasters I Sentinel, of course knew; but next congress will see a general reorganization of the house.

that train upon train of fresh German troops have passed through Liege failed to reckon on the abso- as it was requested to say nothing of Speaker Clark who was returned by a big majority from his district, will

from Alachapelle. lute confidence of the American cit- i j the matter till this morning, it of undoubtedly be the Democratic choice for speaker.The .

This definitely destroys the conclusion previously reported by observers izen, regardless of the flag that first !' course has had nothing to say till election of Representative Underwood to the senate from Alabamawill

here that the invaders had abandoned their march on Calais. That the discarding met his eyes in the ability and pur- i j now, in accordance with its unfailing precipitate a contest for the Democratic leadership in which Representative -

of this plan has never been credited seriously by General Joffre was pose of the government to carry out 1 habit of keeping its promises.The Kitchin, of North Carolina, ranking member of the ways and means

indicated by preparations being made by the allies to defeat this new driveat its obligations, not only' among the I marriage was solemnized at committee, will take the leading part. The reduced majority of the Demo-

all costs. nations of the earth, but with the I high noon yesterday, November 5th crats also will necessitate many changes in the organization of the powerful

___ British and French reserves in enormous bodies have been brought to humblest citizen of our land. 1 at the beautiful residence of the house committees.
the.support of the allied line to the north where every effort is being madeto Two important results have fol- j I!! bride's parents, "Alabama Lodge," at In the senate, even a slight: increase in the present narrow Democratic

halt th .German advance before it gathers strength. lowed: thousands of people, largely of I Winter Park as before stated by I majority will strengthen the administration, which during the present con-

foreign birth, accustomed to send :, Bishop Mann. The only people pres- gress has at times been somewhat embarrassed by the slender margin of

XO NEWS OF GREAT NAVAL BATTLE AVAILABLE their savings abroad are now patronsof s i ent in addition to the bishop and the control. ,

London, Nov. 5.-The Times today under a Valparaiso date prints the our postal savings system; and high contracting parties were Mrs. The following table shows how the Southern States fared in the election.It .

report of Admiral von Spee regarding the fight between British and German enormous sums of actual cash have I Lilla R. Dutton and the parents of "Solid also South.indicates" the Democratis and Republicans from each state in the

cruisers off the Chilean coast Sunday night, which report, the dispatch says, been released for commercial uses I the bride, Mr. and Mrs. William .
was made to the Chilean authorities.No among our own people at a time when I j Chase Temple. Alabama-Democrats, 10; Republicans, 0; unchanged.

other news of the fight is available, up to date according to the dispatch the need for every available dollar is i After the ceremony the entire party Arkansas-Democrats, 7; Republicans 0; unchanged.

and there is no news of the Glasgow; Good Hope or Otranto. pressing.The j I j sat down to a delightful wedding : Florida-Democrats, 4; Republicans, 0; unchanged.
,, i breakfast after which the I Georgia-Democrats, 4; Republicans, 0; unchanged.
The Times dispatch says it is believed all of Monmouth's:: crew Were growth of postal savings in the newlyweds
lost, and it also relates that the German officers testify to the great gallantryof United States has been steady and I slipped quietly away in their Kentucky-Democrats, 9; Republicans, 2; unchanged.

the crew of the Monmouth which while in a sinking condition attemptedto healthy and the system has filled an j automobile and took the afternoon third Louisiana-Democrats district. 7; Progressives 1; Progressives gain one in the
ram one of the German vessels. I fast train on the Atlantic Coast Line
between tin
important the can I
The universal opinion at Valparaiso is that the German squadron was gap and the !j at Orlando for the North on a short l\lissouri-Democrats, 14; Republicans, 2; unchanged.
depository factory paymaster. -
always well provided with wireless information, while the contrary was the On July 1, when affairs were ]i honeymoon. No one knows where \lar'land-Democrats\ 5; Republicans, 1; Republicans gain one in fifth.
case with the British squadron. running smoothly here and abroad and i I they have gone or how long they will Mississippi-Democrats, 8; Republicans 0; unchanged.
be away, but the announcement cardsI North Carolina-Democrats, 0; Republicans, 1, probably.
the transmission of across the
GREAT ANXIETY FELT FOR REAR ADMIRAL CRADDOCK: I I I state that they will be at home in the"Bungalow" South Carolina-Democrats, 1; Republicans 2; unchanged.
Atlantic was safe and expeditious
Tennes Democrats, 8; Republicans, 2 unchanged.
London, Nov. 5.-Naval news looms large in London today. there was approximately $43,000,000 :! at Winter Park on and ;
The British public is seeking further details of the action last Sunday of postal savings standing to the:'after December first, where they will Texas-Democrats, 21; Republicans, 0; unchanged.
be glad to welcome their friends Virginia-Democrats, 9; Republicans 1; unchanged.
off the Chilean coast but no continued efforts are being made to minimizethis credit of about 388,000 depositors. i j, many
'at I
disaster. Great anxiety is felt concerning Rear Admiral Sir Christopher Since then over $10,000,000 of deposits any time.
Craddock, whose fate probably will not be known until it has been definitely have been added and the number '; :Mr.: Mason is a native of New York PROHIBITION GOES AHEAD IN MANY STATES

determined what has become of his flagship, the cruiser Good Hope. of depositors has increased enor- ;j State and :Mrs.: Mason is \i native of Chicago Nov. 4.-Four of the six states that voted Tuesday on prohibition -

The British public, however is not left without some crumbs of comfort, mously. This unprecedented gain is ': Pittsburg though her father having according to latest returns tonight, decided to forbid the sale of alco-
been fortunate to have been holic beverages, and two voted to retain saloons.
ns Jtertin officially admits the loss of the cruiser Yorck blown up by a mine the more striking when it is consid- enough
near Jade, one of the outlying defenses of Wilhelmshaven while in shipping ered that the net gain in the last I born in Florida, takes great pride in Ohio and California kept their bars, while Washington Colorado, Oregon -
circles in London it is declared that the career of the German cruiser Koe- three months is larger than the gain the fact that he is a native born and Arizona closed theirs. In Arizona, women voters contributed mate-

riigsberg, in the Indian ocean has been ended. for the entire fiscal year 1914. "Florida Cracker." rially. Colorado and Oregon are incomplete and unofficial returns show
The Temples have been residents of slight leads for ousting saloons.
Sir Percy Scott, England's greatest gunnery expert and a champion of Scores of offices have done more i t
the use of submarines as against dreadnoughts has rejoined the admiralty.As postal savings business since the war i| Winter Park for the last fifteen years Latest returns from Washington, covering about half the state, give a
he has been known in the past as a supporter of Baron Fisher, it is ex- has been going on than was done by >:i and :Mr.: Temple has been prominently small majority for saloons. Anti-Saloon League workers assert that later
he will the identified with many enterpriseswhich returns from outlying regions may make the state dry. The vote saloons
pected uphold new policies already inaugurated by the first sea them during the previous existence of on
lord of the admiralty. the service. have not only been for the good ip Colorado is in doubt. Precincts to be heard from are mostly outside the
i and development of Orange county, cities. *
The increases are confined to no I I
nITICl.U.YXXOL- ) THAT WAR WITH TURKEY IS ON : but also for the entire state at large, Ohio retained saloons by a good majority and adopted a home rule
special localities but have been felt
and Florida is fortunate that Miss: amendment that was recognized as a saloon measure.
London, Nov. 5.-It was officially announced in Londay today that a in every nook and corner of the coun-
fell in love with Missouri Beats
i Temple and marrieda County Unit
tate of exists between Great Britain and .
war Turkey.The try. New York City alone made a
who is himself Missouri defeated the unit for local
man interesting so county system option, which
proclamation to this effect which subsequently was gazetted readsas gain in September of more than a
follows fully in her welfare and is so thoroughly cluded the rural vote on saloons on local option elections. At state head-
: million, while Brooklyn showed a relatively -
i j a believer in her great futureas quarters of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union in Chicago today, it
"Owing to hostile acts committed by Turkish forces under German officers big increase. Chicago report-
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| Mr. :Mason: is. was said encouraging reports came from all the states concerned the defeatin
a state of war exists between Great Britain and Turkey from today, ed a larger pain: in the past three |
j All in the the three states being offset indications of
join wishing young mar- progress elsewhere.The .
and all proclamations and orders in council issued with reference to the state months than for the previous twelve
ried folks a happy and California proposed amendment would have prohibited the manafac-
very prosperous
of war between Great Britain and Germany and Austria sha\l\ apply to the months. More than 7,000 new
state of ac-I future and wish them well in all ture of wines, an important industry in the state. The severeness of the
war between Great Britain and Turkey. counts were opened during the
things they may undertake. proposed law is given by Anti-Saloon League leaders as a possible reason for
A privy council was held in Buckingham palace this morning to discuss hrinmnr' the number of Hf-nositors in !
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this question. At its conclusion King George signed the documents proclaiming that city to over 21,000. !
i NEW REVOLUTION IN MEXICOBy The California women probably aided in passing a law closing all resorts
the state of dthe
war, an announcement was made.
The unexpected increase in postal with women inmates. Returns indicated that segregated vice quarters in
savings business has not only added International New. Service to The Sentinel California would be voted out.
greatly to the general administrativeduties "'ashington0". .-Advices to In Illinois the proportion of female to male voters in the Democratic,
London Nov. 5.-The Daily Mail correspondent at Rotterdam says he of the system, but has broughtup the state department and constitutionalist Republican and Progressive parties was about the same. Women political
has received official confirmation of the allies' advance on all the west Flanders many new and interesting prob- : headquarters here today in- leaders mostly were identified with the Progressive party. Figures in,

front. He adds: "The German military bakeries have been removed in lems which have called for the careful'! dicate that a new and violent revolution precincts showed, however, the percentage of women to men larger in many the
a southerly direction from Ostend showing the intended retreat of the main consideration of Postmaster General !i I!, is on in :Mexico.: Fight to the Democratic party than in the Progressive.
German force."I Burleson and Governor Dockery : finish is now threatened between Car- i

have learned from reliable' sources that last week's transfer of the third assistant postmaster general. ranza and Villa, whom constitutionalists mands an army of 35,000 men. Villa were arrested at the station Wednesday
ninth German army corps has been completed from Belgium and France to But their task has been lightened declare dominated the recent has an equal force. Carranza is con- I -
east Prussia and that only half of their number has been replaced by volun somewhat by the promptness of depository Aguas Calientes convention and is centrating at Puebla. Villa has a night and when arraigned before

teers. banks in furnishing additional : trying to establish a military dictatorship large part of his forces near Aguas i Judge Warlow yesterday morning got
"The Germans are short of big gun ammunition in west Flanders and security to meet the abnormal de Carranza and Villa will each Calientes. I a sentence of sixty days on the roads.

transportation is impossible owing to the inundations. Interned Germans posits. A number of the very largest i, head their respective armies. I :The conductor had put the young men

fay they can fight men but not a waste of waters." banks in the country, which have Constant threats are made to at- THREATENED CONDUCTOR AND off his train three times, and the

heretofore declined to qualify as depositories tack the United States troops at Vera GOT SIXTY DAYS fourth time they threatened him with

Florida THE WEATHER I Bring your subscriptions and re- for postal savings funds Cruz are related to the state depart- hatchets resulting in a wire to the
: except newals for magazines or daily papersin are now among the eager aplpicantsfor ment from General Funston. It is Coleman Slemons, :Merritt: Gill and police here to be on the lookout for
t extreme south portion. to Curtis & O'Neal. No extra cost. them. estimated here that Carranza com- Dave DeMay, three young white men, them.

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Winter Garden The leaders in Division "A" for the TRUE-CHEAP 1 T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. Eat all you want.
remaining Sundays in this quarterwere # flx Conscientious work at lair prices. : Eat what you want
elected, as follows: Mrs. J. A. Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf i t Take a postscript a
CorrespondenceWinter 1 For sale by all drt
Davis, Sunday, November 15th; Mrs.
1 ie WITH MEANS i[ Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. I
II. A. Olson, Sunday, November 29th; PAINT I--
Garden, Fla., Nov. 4. Mrs. -- -
Mr. J. W. Addington, Sunday; Decem-
A. Speer and Mrs. Chas. Maurice, of ber 113th; Mr. A. P. Swaidmark, Sunday The paint which covers the largest
Oakland ere shopping in town Mon December 27th.
The Union is growing so that the surface-Gives the longest service

day.Mrs.. J. P. King, of Ashtabula, was captains intend subdividing after -Lasts and looks well. 1 Are You Thinking About a Vi
visiting in town Monday. Christmas.

S. P. Shepherd, the "fertilizer man," After the business was disposed of, For Christmas?
was seen on our streets Tuesday.The Mrs. Swaidmark served delicious choc- .

Southern Growers' company olate and cake, Messrs. A. P. and II. There are certain types of Victrolas that
started to putting up fruit at their E. Swaidmark making model "serv- Harrisons'"To'vn i ten impossible to buy even in Sew York, Ph

packing house here Monday morn- ing maids," as they termed them- or Chicago during the month of December.annoance .
ing with J. H. Hall as foreman. selves. Then Mr. A. P. Swaidmark & Country"The order The
place :your now. biggein
The monthly business meeting and treated the guests to some mandolin
the world cannot sell machine cheawe
social of the Epworth League was solos, after which, amid the laughterof you a any
held at Mrs. F. D. Berry's Tuesday a delightfully entertained crowd, result of over a Hundred can. You can get right at us if the in -trt........ .,'

evening. A business session was first good-nights were said. l Years Experience. U not absolutely perfect and satisfactory in every way. It

held in which all matters of importance Among those present were Mes- is not as easy to do this if the dealer is in Baltimore or
were discussed, after which followed dames J. A. Davis, H. A. Olson, C. A. Get our free book "Cause & Effect."
A New York. Some have found this out by dear experience. -
some very instructive readings Roberts, W. C. Wilson and II. E. O
It; tells you many things you ought to know.
Come in and talk it
i'ad ta :s pertaining to the league and Swaidmark; Misses Eleanor Oliver over.

its organization. After these came a and Emma Bekemeyer, and Messrs.C. .
\Y. S.
guessing contest and some games followed A. Roberts, A. P. Swaidmark, II. BRANCH, .

by a "matching" contest, which A. Swaidmark, J. W. Addington and
afforded much fun and merriment to i W. C. Wilson. Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. TheArcade Book and Music Store

those present. Last, but not least, i ,

came a delicious course of sandwiches, For the last Twenty-five Years.MIMiaiHHIIMIIMIIIIMHtlllllllMMIIIIIMM.
pickles, cakes and hot chocolate, and I HELP COMES QUICKLY
then all departed thanking Mrs. Berry I When Iljomei is Used For Head
for the delightful social evening held Colds, Catarrh or Croup. I II '
under her roof. When your head is all stuffed up j P
!causing you dull headaches, difficult I CONWAY
Among those registered at the NURSERIES
i breathing, constant sniffling, and you I
Shelby hotel this week are: O. C. ,feel generally miserable, there is I II III'
Ball, Jacksonville; C. M. Movitt, Or- I nothing quite equal to Hyomei to give GROWERS AND DEALERS IN III
lando; S. P. Shepherd, Winter Park; quick, effective and lasting benefit I

A. J. Walker, Apopka; D. Marcus, and yet perfectly inexpensive.To harmless. simple to use All Leading Varieties of Citrus TreesR. ;

Orlando; M. II. Marcus, Orlando; Mrs.L. get quick and certain relief
L. Wessels, II. R. Albritton, Bris- from catarrh or a cold it is most important T. PEEL, Proprietor.Local .
tol, Tenn; R. E. Lausport, Chatta- that the medication goes directly .
to the inflamed tissue lining Salesman BUYERS TO SIIARE IN PROFITS
hoochee Theo. Snow, Boston W.
; ; P'I 1 I the air passages. That's the Hyomei Glen St. Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATEBox LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS i.
Eytchison, Jacksonville; Robert method. Just put a few dropsof .
hoon, Orlando; II. A. Ferris, CO-j antiseptic Hvomei in the inhaler 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida. Effective from August 1, 1914 to August I,,I IllJlj
that comes with every complete out- 924tfWHERE
W. B. Davis, Jacksonville. against redueLion -
,, fit, and breathe it-you will feel bet- > and guaranteed any '
-- ter at once. It clears the head, quickly .IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'III'I D"IIII during that time: I'I II

B. Y. P. U. Notes i i relieves the tightness in the chest ___ ____ __ __
Mr. A. P. Swaidmark, captain A,"i I and that chocked-up feeling, all disagreeable Touring Car $555.00Runabout

B. Y. P. U., entertained his divisionat i eyes and dull nasal headaches discharges surely, watery will SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ? I 505.00F. Ii I
the home of Mr. and Mrs. II. E.
Swaidmark Tuesday evening, Novem- I cease.So certain is McElroy's Pharmacyof FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE I UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA O. U. Orlando. All cars folly equipped.Further II

ber 3. The meeting was one of busi- the curative powers of Iljomei for FOR WOMEN GAINESVILLE we will be able to obtain the maxima efficiencyin I
catarrh, croup, asthma, and similar and the minimum cost in our
ness combined with fun, and there our factory .
; diseases, that he sells it on the "Xo-I TALLAHASSEE. purchasing and sales. departments if we r-ach an output f II'
was lots of both. dates. I
& f between the above
f cure-no-pay" plan w College of Arts and Sciences;Normal School; jeil.COO cart
The division's program for the remainder I School of Music; School of Expression; And should we reach this production, we agree to pay u ,
School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal A rts the buyrr' share from U' to iii per car (an or .bo.t
of the quarter was made out, NOTICE-KOSES I School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers Au..u-1.1 n,,) to rYU7 retail buyer who purchases a new II
bringing in the new members. Great Owing to the cool weather, our I' pool; basket ball and tennis courts new and College. Experiment Station; Extension Di- Fora car between August 1. 191& and August I. 191a.
roses are now ready for transplanting. modern buildings: beautiful campus; dormitories vision; Graduate School. Ten new brick build and profit-
low prices
enthusiasm was manifested. 'Shorty" have all modern conveniences farther particulars regarding these
All orders booked for first ship- i ; new ings besides gymnasium. swimming pool and Fur I
dining and kitchen most hygienic in subsidiary 61 o'iicera,
room many buildings. instructors -
in when what sharing
Addington particular should be here by the 10th of I
ment j Honda: 418 young ladies from 49 counties and assistants 364 ;young men
he termed a "bunch" was "handed"him November. I and 12 states last ..esaion.I I Florida counties and 24 States and F. G. RUSH
',', II. BROKAW, Salesman. I TUITION FREE. in College and Normal foreign countries last session.
in one particular meeting, enu- : School Bo:'id and entrance fees for the I TUITION 1REE Board and Entrance Fees
merated the list aloud, and politely 11-3-tf I year $124.00. For catalogue write 1' $132.50 per yr.Vrite today for catalogue Phone 226
I EDWARD CONRADL President A. A. MURPHKEE. President. I
asked Captain Swaidmark and Presi- FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING III
At 208 East Robinson avenue. Misses I iiiLi4s
dent Roberts if they were "quite sure
there was nothing else he could do." Berke 10-3-lm, formerly with Miss Ilovermale. Read the Want ads in The Sentinel ._ :

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. II t iI. The Florida Real Estate and I It I 7iiiiiiiiiiil p

- t Investment_ Comp ny i

We mentioned in our last ad we only have a few Orange Groves to offer, but every

t one is a gem. Here is one of them:

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Situated five miles southeast of Orlando; projected: Brick road 14 large Pecan trees about 20 years old in full bearing.

t within one mile of property. The tract has 280 acres, on the 25 acres of truck land cleared and ready to be planted.

t second highest elevation in Florida, on a very large lake, deep Balance of acreage adapted for citrus fruit and trucking. Also

clear water, sandy bottom and over one-half mile lake front, virgin timber and grazing land all under fence. Sweet and Irish

t therefore has not experienced any frost, even on Banana plants potatoes, tomatoes, corn, water-melons, pineapples and bananas

I during all the years of the present occupant. Enough lake front have been successfully grown. This proposition we recommend

: to divide in six large tracts for homes--each of these tracts are to not only as a good commercial proposition, but also as a good in-

1 vestment. A maker from the start with
, be sold for enough money to reduce the cost of the balance 1 o. money bigger prospects.

l This property has buildings which could not be duplicated forthis
1 large estate to a minimum amount. Terms to enable most
;' 1 less than one thousand dollars. All farm implements 1 are included -

anybody with limited means to purchase it.Six in the sale. This .
i property can be bought through your

own real estate broker or sold by any broker in Orlando. Private -
: acres planted I in I large orange and grapefruit trees in full bear

: telephone on the place.

, ing. Five and one-half acres of 375 three-year old grapefruittrees

' under irrigation. Don't miss this opportunity and call on. us.

A SEVEN ROOM HOUSE-.NEW, lot 70x180--16 bearing Orange trees and enough ground lo make a good garden. Within a block ol a lake. Price $1500 easy;terms H hken this week
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Briefs I Personal Items I Atlantic Coast Line Eat Eat all what you you want.want. i'

Take a postscript and forget it.
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From OaklandOakland I From Taft, Fla. I TOURIST TRAINS5from For sale by all druggists.

j I i NORTH AND WEST l-T-d&w.lyr j GR1L\NDI
Fla. Nov. 4.-Miss Lily
Brock is spending a week at Tarpon I Taft Fla., Nov. 4.-Our populationis "Dixie Fljer" BEST SELECT OYSTERS, 50<,. Quart I

rings visiting her friend Miss increasing right along now by train "Dixie Limited" :TheWaldeckerFishCo
: and otherwise. Born Saturday Octo- "Seminole Limited""Montgomery
.Ir. Josef Henschen Misses Elsa ber 31, to Mr.: and Mrs.: G. II. Brick- Atlantic: Houte""South Limited" FOR FISH AND OYSTERS I : > 1"

and Gussie Harold and Helena Anderson ley, a son. Mother and son doing I Pullman cars from Chicago, St. Louis, Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP. I
also Mr. I Indianapolis, Cincinnati Louisville
spent Sunday in Piedmont as nicely; Brickley. ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Jackson. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. R. Griffith and ,intermediate Fla. points to Jacksonville M. and W. O. COX i DANIEL FROH:MAN, Presents AMERICA'S:

Oscar Vick and Clifford Shupe at- a daughter. All doing well. Dining Cars 10-23-tf 1 t tI FOREMOST FILM: ACTRESS
tended a Hallowe'en party at Monte Miss Julia Holly of Clyde, Ohio, via I
and Miss Alice 1\lowen, of ut-in-Bay, ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Mr. and Mrs.
Friday night Standard Railroad of the South MARY PICKFORDIn
Ed. Truskett's.Mrs. Ohio, armed Sunday and are settledin J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., II

Cecile Vick of Winter Park the Holly cottage for the winter.W. Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla. I the famous tale of woman's unconquering faith.
was a caller Friday evening and at- N. Gartman and wife, of Boggy \. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., I Yule Str ml
Creek spent Sunday in town. 38 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.I
tended the "supper. I "TESS OF THE STORM
Mrs. Helen J. Dennis and grandson
Rev. and Mrs. Steinbock were enter- !
of Mr. and Mrs.J. Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST
tained for dinner Sunday at Mr. Coke Ralph, were guests JEWELER
Bray's and for supper at Mr. Oscar H. Keuster on Sunday.Mr. COUNTRY "

\Iaes.: of Winter Garden.W. and Mrs. Amos Kramer and EXPERT WATCH MAKER ,

T. Hickman came home Satur- family visited with friends in Kissimmee Will open an office at i

day after several weeks stay at Win- Sunday.S. 117 S. Orange Ate. over Curtis & I make of Fine i Wonderful Production in FIVE REELS with

ter Haven. B. Vaughn was transacting busi- O'Neal's Store, about No. 2k). Watch, Clock a special and Jewelery Repairing "LITTI MARY" at her best.

Frank Hudson had the misfortunelast ness in Kissimmee Monday. 11GtfANNOUNCEMENT ; Diamond Setting,Ring
week of cutitng his arm badly Mrs. A. J. Richardson, Mrs. II. Tice, and Spectacle Repairing. j

with a hoe which he let fall on his and J. S. Barlow were shopping in Bring me repairs others have I

wrist just as he had finished sharpening Orlando jesterday. 1 failed to do, and I will repair
it. The doctor was called who Will Harrington journeyed to Or- them satisfactorily or no charge.
My prices are reasonable.
and it is lando on Monday.W.
took several stitches doing
opened a ---
nicely. II. Riley and daughter Mrs.

Robert Kelley will clerk for Mr. W. Minnie Riley, were business callers in
Orlando Saturday. t .
T. Connell this winter. I I
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Woods of New Major\ A. M. Bristol was in Orlando I
last week looking after our drainage 8 ROCK BLDG. JEWELER
their -
York have come to join daughter
Miss Dora Woods one of our system which is slowly moving along.Mr. East Pine Street, at Young's I
school teachers and have taken rooms S. S. Bowman and Mrs. C. A. For particulars call at the address. Repair Shop J

with Mrs. Robinson. We are glad to Tompkins are slowly recovering from Hours, 9:00 to 12:00 a.m. 11-4-d&w-lm .
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illness.W. .
welcome them. recent i

Miss Wren, of Clermont has come G. Sphaler is having a cement ,

to stay with her sister Miss Vera I I walk laid in front of. the new Sphaler I
Wren for the winter. block and the postoffice. -

The supper given by the W. C. T. \V. A. Levis was doing business in ilII

U. on Friday night was quite a success Orlando yesterday. i 1 sAn

both socially and financially. The Election passed off quietly here yes- Hammond & Gore
proceeds amounted to thirty-nine dol- terday. Very little interest mani-

lars and thirty cents. Supper and fested and but few votes cast.

coffee and ice cream and cake were II FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I

served from 5:30 to 8. The ladies of
the Union are very thankful to the .4. REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

public for their great interest and SCALPSurely

patronage. They are especially grate- COMPARE
When You Use Paris- elemental of womanhood
ful for the aid of the townspeople in Cease type strugglingwith
arranging!!: for the evening and the ian Sagf-Makes and Fluffy Your !Hair Soft OUR FURNITUREVe modern Coll( it1Ul.> the delicate tortures 01

generous contributions of friends. I I i civilization.Mr. .

The president appreciates the willingness Now that Parisian Sage-a scien- \ provide the quality furniture that has longINVH I Fritz Ilauor, cur favorite violinist, will
of all the members to do their tific that supplies
every fumituie the in anot'icr: his.beautitul solos
Accepted by knowing buyers as appear
A hair and scalp need-can be had at
part in making a success. regretis
any drug counter, or from McElroy's 8U.iiilu of ineiit. If an article is here it is good.
felt that the eatables ran out quite Pharmacy, it is certainly needless to It uoutiiu't here were it otherwise. We can't make lOc 20c
too soon. Every one' seemed in good have thin, brittle, matted, stringy or this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones -

spirits and ap leasant social time was faded hair. No matter how unsightly of this business, and that means much to buyer.*
your hair, how badly it is fallingout I any I RELEASED EXCLUSIVELY THROUGH PARAMOUNT
spent. or how much dandrutf, Parisian
The Junior Epworth League invited I PROGRAMeurim
Sage is all that is needed., Every
the Sunbeam Band of the Baptist trace of dandruff is removed with McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK i
church of Winter Garden to a Hallow- one application, the hair roots are I .I ,
nourished and stimulated to grow Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla. -- _--
e'en at the park from 2:30 to
new hair, itching scalp and falling :
5, on Saturday afternoon. They first hair cease-your hair becomes soft, i L
met at the church for a song service. fluffy, abundant and radiant with life -T: .
Thirty-five were present. They en- and beauty. cY $;ze2'tt
Parisian Sage is surely one of the -u .
joyed themselves playing games and most invigorating and refreshing hair I .
especially in partaking of the sump- tonics known. It is easily used at
tuous spread prepared for them. home-not expensive, and even one SPRAY NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE f

There were apples, nuts candy cake application proves its goodness t&f. I THE MARKETOf

and pumpkin pie. The table was SCHNARR'S. INSECTICIDE SPRAY
Who is and decorator?
your painter I
prettily decorated with moss, yellow
If you are satisfied keep the one you
flowers, bunches of white jassamine, have if not, phone W. T. Entrican.No. i
; Cleanliness Of
and jack-o'-lanterns. 636. 1-20-tf Kills every White Fly Larvae Scale Rust :Mite QualityFRESH
iI and Red that i i", hit. Removes mold
Several of the high school girls and I Spider > sooty:
and insures and fruit. AND SALT MEATS
Miss Abernathy gave a Hallowe'en healthy trees bright September -

party to the rest of their grade and Rf OrYfR and October are two of the best months for FISH AND GAME *

their teachers at the home of Miss RpjHE'JSIg spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents in- \ ', .
Olive Michael, Saturday evening from Kept under tbe best sanitary conditions.
sects from sapping trees winter and brings them I
8:30 to 11:30. Misses Abernathy a1Q Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh *
out in i a good healthy condition in: the spring,, thus
Crawford Frances Bourne, and Au-
Q ', ,' insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom. ; and pore.
drey Briley and Mr. and Mrs. George *
We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We bssvt

Tennent present., and about The twenty-five first feature pupilswere wasa \ a'm vrns'ap'>latt 'd J. SCHNARR & CO.. Orlando, Florida. everything in the Meat Line.

ghost parade on the streets of the I
town. Games were enjoyed throughout Plant New Foster Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure the White Fly I The PARLOR MARKETH.

The house dec- Fungi. 9-9 D. and W 2MW1henEverybodyEatsFloridaCitrusFruits
the evening. was

orated with moss and jacko'lanterns.Ghosts Grapefruit-Only It 11111 11111 III 1111 II till 11111 11111 III II III 1 em Ie 111111 J M. Self & Co. .
stood like sentinels in the I
Pink-Fleshed Kind
Refreshments served of !
halls. were PINE STREET j

fig newtons, zu-zus, and lemonade With all the F' ,d qualities that po to make I i
made of and limes in old upach.'imcit. .frtittheF. terrapefr j Phone No. 80
oranges mould l hold itsoxn at a wi iablr L.nd aside ;
from its c,lor But to all p at* tl at are .
cups and jelly glasses. Robert Ew- commendable m be adjcd a p..cnli_r the Demand will Exceed the Supply 9NO'l8M01
ing capped the climax by washing the attractiveacM that b,longs to the t osier I L .. ,
alone-its rusepinktimed: fioh. I.
dishes. Grapefruit with pink flesh has been searched Citrus fruits are becoming necessities instead of luxuries. The : --- --- - ----- -

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ter has it. Royal Palm Nurseries; are mill people are learning many ; I '
Wednesday, a friend from Jackson- stocked with this nor variety, ready forplanting %
anc" Where
I uses. formerly they were regarded solely as
Trees Foster j
this*ea oa. costa .South
ville, who is a R. P. O. mail clerk. lute more than the ordinary.. varietict ,r breakfast fruits,now they are eaten at other meals and used Apopka Nurseries.. *|
His nick-name is "Pinkie; and as but are well worth the price. I
freely in cookery and confections. All this means a great I
such he was introduced to the young Royal Palm ServiceA deal for Florida which grows the finest citrus fruits of the =- I All the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange
people here. They spent the day Trees well-rooted and clear of all diseases. ,
striking feature of Royal Palm Nurseries world. The production of her superior and thrifty,
playing tennis. In the evening they is the er\u.e departmint. By roe:n* cf oranges grapet New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family
this agency' the bujcr c:'n feel that he mi:1receive fruit can hardly keep with the inevitable increase ,
in company with Misses Lily Brock ; ab.olutc'y! irrpn :ul and as nei,!'v pace FREE. Address .
accurate informal:"n on plant:ng as it isposashle in demand due to the above causes. l I
and Elsa Henschen, went to Orlando for us to gtvr.at any al.J aU ti-'ci. j
and attended the moving picture Fh.thcr on fruit gr'o 1CR. econ.planting mic er,ani p'ardcmng.ornamcntalhnme i Buckeye Nurseries Catalog- .South Nurseries. :I
'' ,or any similar phase of horti- .. Apopka .. ,: ;
culture toug our eJ.perien A Citrus Handbook j
'show.Maitland New Royal Palm CatalogA H OCOEE FLORIDA !
study of the table of contents of the ,, -:....-' All the problems that arise in the culture of oranges .t. 'j I t 9-4-tf .: :
Kn al Palm Nurseries cat a': reveals the
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fast reliable that and its up-io-da.e many p-ges txx-k c< ntitjte of; knowledge a most :; and how grapefruit to select a are location fully covered for the grove in this and book.describes It tells 'J. ,: ...U.JII" . . .. . . .IOI. . .. ,:
News NotesMaitland on plant lifealuable bend mature.
Tells how to plant fees en uri; al frog the operations necessary to bring Trees into profitable I''
nur&ery the proper <2:stances for planting!, '= 1
and i>a text b"ok that prjwe, f..nh-S = bearing. Everything is based on practical t 11111'QllllilleOI'IIIIII"IIII'I'I""IC'IIIIII'I' 1
and h"rnc builders can 0't, a/u'd to be 1- :
;; there theories in the advice
Fla.. Nov. 4,-Mrs. Banks without. \\rue fur frcc cop to are.no
Maitland afteran ; '1.' given. No matter what citrus fruits you are J
returned Monday REASONER BROTHERS growing or intend to plant, this book will be of f Orlando Paint and Wall ii ij
absence of several months in the Paper
158 .o 11
West. Benedict A,e. ONECO.: HA.1t service to you. It has been written to help alike .
-r'1 the man with the grove and the man who expects -
Mr. and Mrs. George Dearborn
to have one. Every person interested in
moved into the Richmond house on I the citrus industry Florida welcome to a = High Grade Paints, Oils. Var- jI

Lake Maitland last week. i = = copy of this book, printed at great expense. AGENTS FOR nishes, Kalsomine, Wall Pa- ,t

The funeral of Mr. Dawson took Write today for one-edition is limited. Patton's Sun Prod Paper, Wall Board Roof-
place Sunday afternoon. He leaves I
three daughters and many friends _- BUCKEYE NURSERIES f I Paints ing, Brushes Etc. ;

who wil miss him. =i 1036 CITIZENS .BANK BUILDING i' 1,01.0 AT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Crange Ave. It Itf

Work on the electric lights is pro- :! TAMPA, FLORIDA rIbuckeyeTrees I THE SUN ORLANDO. FLORIDA
gressing rapidly, and it is hoped to

have the town lighted by December : i

lsL'e are pleased to see how this Bear Special Wall Paper 3009 Rolls, at 5c. ,

little town is going ahead. Keep up i
the good work. I ,l.MliiliiMMMIIiMIHOIMIMMMIIIglMMMIMMI

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M. GLENN .. .. _Editor TOMOVEFORTNIGIITLY Weary Willie Begs Meal From Tea and Rest Room to Be a 1 1r
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W. C. ESSlNGTON Butineu Manager
-- - Mayor Sperry, and Then Feature of Orlando Next
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando Flor SOCIETY TO @{ 1
Draws Sentence }
ida, as Second Class Mail Matter. 'I Week on Orange .
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 SCHOOL I i
ailr. 6 Months .......,.............. 2.50 ,I I
D ilj. 3 Month ...................... 1.25 ___ I I|I A Weary Willie went to Mayor tea and rest room will be opened k
feuly. 1 .Month, ....................... 50 I Sperry's home Monday night and t
Other Social Happenings in put next week in the Hamilton & Dunn I
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... $i.00 hard-luck-hunger-out-of-work I
.. .... Orlando Have Started-An 'up a rooms on Orange avenue south of the ]
Weekly. 6 Months ............. .7i
---- Index of Approaching I tale that reached that great big heart ell-Duckworth department store. i t
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ', of the mayor and caused him to take The rooms are being renovated and

ADVANCETO Winter SeasonThe Weary to a boarding house and pay artistically arranged to meet the ,

ADVERTISERS: I' for supper and a bed. Next morning I needs of such a business. The tearoom I
Copy for display and all other hand-set Fortnightly Literary Societyof Willie tried to borrow the price of will be under the direction of'' SERGESThere
advertising mutt he handed in at the businessethee the Cathedral school will meet for
of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. his feed and snore from the landlord, j Mrs. L. R. Cornish, proprietress. Miss j ji
the day before publication. This rule applies its first session of the present school but was unsuccessful. He then tookto I
j i Edwards, of Jacksonville,
capable -
t* chances f.r contract advert isine: it if this evening at 7:30 o'clock in very
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. year the streets, alleys highways and I! manager, will be in charge of are many things that, seemingly,
Cluett auditorium. After brief busi-
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued and election of officers the hedges in a most systematic: panhan- S the general service. are alike-there is no outward difference
ness pro-
should notify the office in writing on dling campaign, stopping every now i I
continued the date of at expiration the regular otherwise aubseription it will rates be, gram of the evening will be given, and then to boast about how he had but which, in fact, are vastly different.We .
which will consist of several musical .ttl'II..llllllel
1 antil notice to is received. I..I.
Telephone Numb stop r .0.....0.0............ 21 and literary features. The chief event concocted a tale of woe that worked particularly emphasize Serges and the
the Finally he landed in
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1911. of the evening will be an address by -- limbo, and in the august presence of
--- Bishop Mann. The bishop announcedat I- the law in Orange county's temple of I i McCULLOCH'SDepartment famousOAK
the commencement exercises last SERGEin
justice yesterday morning he annexeda
NEWS OF THE RAilROADSAdditional I May that during the present school sentence that will provide him with
he to take active
year hoped a more
I three meals a day, a place to sleep particular.
in the school instruction and Store !
part I
and a shovel with which to work for There makes of
Freight Service Has would give a series of talks or lectures :I are many ordinary Serges
the next ninety days-all of his wishes e
Been Placed on the SeaboardAir on some phases of English literature t I being gratified at one time. I that have apparently the same appearanceweave
with which he is specially fa-
Line This weight and handle to this famous -
miliar. The introductory lecture of I i NOTICE Jelly Tumblers .
Week the course is to be given tonight in i j make, but upon closer examination

Orlando is now receiving better connection with the first meeting of I( "Will you please say through your "there's a difference, and the difference is
the literary society, and in order that paper that I was not a candidate for Fruit Jars
freight service on the Seaboard AirLine I not only in the quality of the used
all interested may have an opportunity -I I constable in the election on Tuesday, yarn ,
as a new daily freight was add-
I of hearing the scholarly bishopthe :as my commission does not expire un- but in the general build of the ,fabric.
ed to the schedule this week. The
faculty announce that parents, j:I til January, 1917. When my next all kindsPreserving
freight will run between this city and
patrons and friends of the school are I I time comes I will qualify." D. E.
Ocala, a distance of nearly sixty I OAK SERGES
cordially invited to be present. Jernigan, Constable, First District, I
miles. This will insure the patrons of
I Rosalind Club Reception Orange county. 11-6-lt t I
the S. A. L. better and quicker ser- Z Are made from fine worsted
vice. I .The Rosalind Club held a beautiful I Kettles : 1 yarns, -

W. A. McRea, of Tampa, traveling I reception-dance yesterday afternoon TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR [ combed and dyed before weaving,
: at the club house. The hall was artistically -
auditor for the Searboard Air Line, RENT-Furnished 7 rooms and Ii i thus assuring absolute permanancy of col
decorated and music was fur-
I was in Orlando on railroad business bath on Lake Eola; all modern '
Wednesday and yesterday.T. nished by an excellent orchestra. Re- conveniences; newly papered and South Orange Avenue ; ; or and evenness of weave. The goods are
freshments were served. Many painted. Apply 217 East Robinson J'
gen- thoroughly shrunk and sponged.
C. Brannon, a conductor on the
avenue. ll-G-3t-cod .e..tll'I'lle'O'6tl O'I .
tlemen attended the affair. :
: Seaboard, is taking a lay-off for a ,
f few days which is permitting him to Wednesday Card Club OUR SERGES ARE OAK SERGESOur
: The Wednesday Card Club met
attend to business matters. Bran- j
Wednesday afternoon at the home of
t non's run is between Orlando and
Lake Charm. I_ments Mrs. J.were B. Lawton.served. Elegant refresh- A Rare OpportunityThe prices range from

; All of the railroad lines east and
For Mrs. O'Neal 50 cts. to $2.00 yd.We
west and north and south are enjoy- Crawford home No. per .
The Pollyanna Club was entertained place at loS
ing heavier passenger traffic this sea-
son than ever before. It is a question Wednesday at a buffet luncheon at street must be sold at once. The lot has a front- Invite Comparison of 1'aluesCORSETS
of Mrs. L. II. The
the home
1 with the northern tourist, who is seeking are of 83 feet and 333 feet deep. The house contains --
luncheon was in honor of Mrs.O'Neal.
a winter clime, of how fast he
f The Elks enjoyed a social session six rooms, but is not modern in appointments
can get to Fair Florida. The great
impetus to the passenger traffic now and initiation last night at their 1 I though it could easily: be made so. I have the exclusive -
startling is attributed to the Euro- --- -- handling of this property and am prepared

pean war.SENTINEL. la"III"IIIIII III'II'tttf ; to offer you a GREAT BARGAIN. Remember, it Our experienced Corsetiere is at your

f I MUST BE SOLD, so see me at once if interested. service. A well fitted Corset enhancesnot

f r N SURELY READAfter I f Licensed T. F. Plumber HOURIHAN and | I only the appearance of the gown worn I

il I II but also adds pleasure and comfort to th; 0
Sanitary Engineer I
t Reading "Meal Ticket" Estimates Furnished. Jobbing I wearer.

i Story Local Restaurant Is Pfcrrctiy Attended to. S. Y. WAY I
Deluged by Hungry PHONE 629 :

Mn lob Court Street I Insurance and Real Estate Agent Bon Ton ;

The Morning Sentinel is read from I ORLANDO, FLORIDA i ,
American I
page one to page eight every morning 4Il m PHONE 172

i in the year. As an evidence of 1Ie't'I'I'I"llll III..t' "
its power in the community twelve I II' Royal Worcester
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unable to find a job read with much H&W t

interest a notice in yesterday morn-

I' ing's Sentinel stating that a "charitymeal S1w ) Buy Gum Camphor Madam Lyra

ticket" was to be obtained at a

local restaurant. this
Yesterday restaurant -
was swarmed, raided almost, -' made in Orlando. We sell it. Pa-

by an even dozen men. Finishing a -
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good meal, some of them asked for PHARMACY tronize home industry.
"the meal ticket. The meal ticket is

at the Model all right but only one ... . 0 III . .' MiliMIIIMIHMII I I II a I . II I I III I . I
meal to each man or boy is allowed.It -
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is furnished by altruistically inclined ; I I III I II J I I . III II I I IN II I a I I 1 II In I III III II I I II . .-. t-_- X T
citizens. Has been eulogizezd from one end of the

state to the other. For style anti extreme -

THREE EXTRA COACHESA. H BIG BEN H ; rivals. moderation of prices we have' no

C. L. Yesterday Afternoon OUR READY TO WEARIs

Filled With Many People Look Big Ben square in the back in Evans'

Seeking Locations in a fitting companion to our Millinery
window---he's good all round and good all through.
FloridaThe Department, if it's new and fashionableit's
If "handsome is handsome
as does"---Big Ben's
with us. We'd appreciate a call.IVES .
train due in Orlando at 3:22
beauty more'nskin deep.
over the Atlantic Coast Line had

three extra coaches attached to the

regular train all of which were filled See those great, strong, handy keys that make

with southern people Florida.seeking locations in his wind up so easy--- and the broad, deep-toned

The Royal Palm train reaching be] he sounds is
Jacksonville yesterday over the Southern so your get up pleasing.Big .

from Chicago was run in two Ben stands seven inches from to
sections in order to accommodate the tip toe---big, faithful, .

many tourists that are now heading with large, clean-cut hands,plainly seen in the dim morning light, ... "

southward to escape the cold weatherin .
the North. He rings you up at any time you say-steady for five minutesor ..

The Kansas City Special also car- on and off for ten-stops short in either call at a nudge from ..

ried several extra coaches, and the He took the .
you. Blue Ribbon at the Fair. See special display .
crowd in
arriving Jacksonville yesterday .
is said to have been the largestever ; today in our window. .

at this time of the year.


T. H. EVANS t .
The Orlando Chapter of D. A. R.

will meet at the home of Mrs. Forde, I : .DEPARTMENT STORE.

on South 7th Main, at 3 street p. m., Saturday The program November -, JEWELER + .. .

Joan of Arc, and the Old New York : FAVORITE SHOPPING
Frontier, will begin at 4 p. m., to Orlando Orange Avenue Florida ,
which all visiting members of D. A. i !

f R. are welcome to listen.
f Mrs. S. R. Hudson, historian. '1.i II It Ml I i t M MM .t.t"'I"'II"III"'I'I'I'
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Mr. and :Mrs. W. H. Eaton and mmmii The Orlando Gun club held its first |I ;
AND PERSONAL !I daughter, arrived in Orlando yester- shoot of the season yesterday after- F"GET AT'LLEN'SCl

I day afternoon from Old Orchard, Me., fFAVORTE THEATRE;:' noon at the Country Club. Twentyfive IT
The criminal court of record will where they have spent a delightful expert shooters were present
convene in Orlando on :Monday, November I summer, and are again at their sub- I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. from Orlando, Winter Garden and n n I

9th. I urban home. Admission 5 cents Ocoee. From now on a weekly shoot :) 1
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'will be held at the Country Club each j
Our opening Saturday will be the I Dr. and Mrs. Gaston Edwards arrived ;

. event of the season. Every one wel- | home last night, the former MMMIMMMilllMTO1JAVS Thursday.Mr. I U U t

_; come. Caruthers & Gore. 5-3t from a summer spent in Hartford, 1'lOGR.1M4Reels4 Mike Crown, of Jacksonville, "CAROHNA"
Mrs. John McCulloch, of Maitland, Conn., and the latter from a two was among the popular railroad offi- -
has for her winter guest Miss Alice I weeks visit to Hartford and New cials in Orlando yesterday. Mr. 11 "The Carolina"Is ]

Clement, of Illinois. York City. Imp. "Through the Eyes of the Crown was for a number of years I

General demonstrators will attendour I Mr. Gilbert D. Leach, on the staff Blind Eclair.," in two"A Son's parts.Ingratitude." A train dispatcher for the Atlantic !' 1 a pattern of heavy I
opening Saturday and serve the of the Tampa Tribune, and Mr. FrankT. story with a lesson sure to please Coast Line with headquarters in Sanford I c I
public. Caruthers & Gore. 5-3t i Graham, traveling representativefor every patron of this theater. but he is now superintendent of sterling silver, modest
Frontier. Comedy. "The Cuckoo- terminals in the metropolis.The .
the excellent ,
; same paper were
Mrs. Edward W. Dunn has gone to ville Horse Race." I'
visit relatives in Washington, D. C., !'among Orlando's welcome guests last convention of the Florida chap- and beautiful, pieces are

and New York City. I evening. Mr. L. P. Brodfield of Lakeland, ters of the United Daughters of the furnished bright, rich
New Modern Grocery will be open Prominent Floridians registered at trainmaster of the fifth division of Confederacy, which is being held in 1 t

Saturday. Music all day. Refresh- !the San Juan last night included Mr. the Atlantic Coast Line, and Mr. J. B. Kissimmee, is proving very success- and resplendent in their
ments. Caruthers & Gore. 5-3t and Mrs. W. B. Crawford, Kissimmee Livingston, freight claim agent of the ful. It is probable that the annual
I ; Mrs. F. M. Hudson and MissA. I well election of officers will be held today. reflecting surfaces.
Mrs. Vincent :Moody has returnedto same road, were among the
M. Brevard, Tallahassee, and :Miss known Much interest is being taken in this
Orlando after a brief visit to her transportation people having
mother-in-law, Mrs. E. P. Moody, at Dzialynski, Jacksonville. I business in Orlando yesterday.Mr. as the contest will decide between "John Hancock" 't
There are now forty convicts in Miss Caroline Brevard, of Tallahassee n fl
Lake View.-Ocala Banner.On J. N. McElroy and :Mrs. C. A. 1
I of St.
the county road camp near Boggy and Sister Esther Carlotta
November 16th another large Creek, and at the rate they are being I Campbell went down to Kissimmee Augustine, candidates for the presi- made in sterling silver
party from Glens Falls, consisting of yesterday afternoon to attend the
sent to the gang it will soon be necessary I dency. V
about forty people, will arrive in Or- state convention of the United Daugh- beautifully ornamentedand
for the county to make arrangements -
The Black Patti Comedy
lando. ters of the Confederacy which began
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Kirby, of Pa- : to divide the road crews. its sessions in that place Tuesday company will this season present a finished with carefulness -
Dr. F. F. Thompson, of New York I new singing musical in three acts, en-
latka, are in Orlando visiting their I evening.Mrs.
City, a graduate of the University of i titled "Lucky Sam from Alabam," by i of detail, and an
daughter, Mrs. T. P. Howe, 204 South C. V. : is home ;
Buffalo, will open an office in Orlando I I McNair expected Harrison Stewart. This company has
street. I about November 20th. He will be located -: shortly from Orlando and other always given the best of satisfactionfor I air of elegance. #, \
Mrs. Dick and Miss Blair, of Old I points, where she has been enjoying
at 117 South Orange avenue, a performance of its kind. The
Orchard, Me., were among the winter over Curtis & O'Neal's store. I I:a brief visit with friends and rela company this season excels all past :j1 We have a complete
visitors arriving in Orlando yester- I I tives. While in Orlando Mrs. McNairis
Dr. J. B. Mills, of Clarcona, was efforts and is a performance of music, stock of these two
I the of her brother, Mr. Rufus pat
day.Mr. mingling business with pleasure in guest comedy and dance. The company has
C. D. Poland, specialty man for McNair.-Times-Union. bene enlarged. Mme. Sissie- ", D
is greatly
Orlando yesterday. Dr. Mills one i I
the Cudahy Packing company, Chicago -,of the representative citizens of western I I :Mr. Ben Leigh, formerly of Jacksonville retta Jones, the original Black "Patti, l
was calling on the business men t; Orange, and the owner of a valuable but for the past few yearsof will be seen in the leading role, and is ll "John Hancock" : "Carolina"JEWELERS
yesterday in the interest of his house. grove. I Honduras, Central America, will supported by a capable company and

George Dolive and M. Smith, Jr., Mr. Palmer, of Atlanta, brother of leave this morning for Crystal River, large chorus. The Black Patti Musical n &;; Co.
left last night at midnight for Jack- the famous bicycle rider, Bobbie Wal-'where he will make his future home. Comedy company will' be the at- ,

sonville, and today will return with thour, was among the well known ,Mr. Leigh has been spending a couple traction at the opera house next 11
Smith's new Pierce-Arrow, returning I commercial visitors in Orlando i of weeks in Jacksonville with friends Thursday, November 12th.
yes : "
via St. Augustine and other points. terday. lIe is on the road in the interest I and relatives.-Times-Union. I ;i RELIABLE REPAIRING. EYERYTNING GUARANTEED."

Yesterday while Messrs. Baldwin of Walthour & Hodd, bicyclesand Mr. W. M. Slemons returned yesterday -
and Farmer were angling for the fin- supplies.Mrs. !, afternoon from Jacksonville, UNIQUE 'PHONE SERVICEThe oii sYuion J

ny tribe in Lake Concord they landedan J. E. Porter and son, John, !''where he had been visiting his daughter I
exceedingly fine bass that tippedthe i Mrs. R. P. Marks, and to meet '
have returned from their summer
Orlando Hank Trust
scales at ten pounds.Mr. I his wife who has been visiting relatives i
in North Carolina and again
Jas. F. Meade, assistant freight occupying spent their winter home are on South i j in Tennessee. Mrs. Slemons Company Has Installed P; ;:;
New Telephone {
agent of the Atlantic Coast Line, with Boone street. Edwin Foster remained j I will tarry a day or two in the me- :

headquarters in Jacksonville, was with his uncle, :Mr. Neal, while Louis I tropolis before returning home. Service \

among the popular transportation Foster is in college in Jefferson,N. C.Mr. -- --
in Orlando The Orlando Bank and Trust com-
people yesterday.Mrs. and :Mrs. Chas. E. Butler arrived i New Store
OSTEOPATHY pany has recently installed a new tel- Grocery .j
G. W. Middlekauff was in the in Orlando yesterday afternoon
ephone system in its elegant new
Sentinel office yesterday with a large from Old Orchard, Me., and will spend i i -
basket of Nancy Hall potatoes. She the season here. Mr. and Mrs. Butlerare i DR. J. C HOWELL quarters at the corner of Orange ave- We have finished remodeling our store and now have
and Pine street. The is
nue system
raises 200 bushels per acre and has old friends of :Mr. and :Mrs. N. J. I Hours, 10-12 3-5, and by appointmentNo
one which will permit communicationfrom the Finest Grocery in Orlando, and one of the largestand
three acres directly south of Orlando. Mathers. :Miss Sharpley, of South extra charge tor House treatment :
I one department to another thus
She does all of the work herself. The Kennington, Mass., accompanied themto Telephone connections: saving much inconvenience and trou- most modern in the state. We will have a BIG ;i
potatoes are splendid specimens. I Orlando. Office cor. Orange and Central Ave
ble. OPENING on

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Special QUANTITY prices for October. ; ; Everyone is invited. Good music and refreshments.
i I Stock up before cold weather.
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Telephone 314 : Phone 200

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In five acts. Featuring TOM TERRISS, the world's greatest: impersonator of

Dickens' characters.WE tional values.

REPEAT : While NONE of the Paramount Program has yet been

shown in Orlando (in spite of misleading publicity to that effect), we are today

offering you the second of the great SHUBERT-BRADY productions.

COME! SEE ITH!! BE CONVINCED that no better pictures are to be

seen at any price; so why pay more? .

"FATTY," is also with us in an uproarious KEYSTONE comedy.

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

Automobile Contest. I San jmmiifl.M.s'fiiini'

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PEOPLE'S WANTS young WANTED-Refined lady for position and in tea capable room, -.JulTIber: La-t.hs and S11i11g.1es

apply Mrs. Cornish, Tea and Rest
I Room, Hamilton & Dunn's Store,
t MUNNIMAKERSNotices Orange avenue. 11-6-ltc

ef Loot Wanted. For Sale. For LARGE, AIRY ROOMS in new, modern -
Rent, etc. for this column. 25c. for one day. home, net excelled in the citv
SOc. for three day. or $1.0 for one .week for for location and surroundings. Kitch-
25 word or 1_ Money mast accompanythe enette if desired. 14 E. Amelia, next
advertisements for this column, a* no door to the Wyoming. 11-3-tf
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insertions will be made on credit.
FOR SALE CHEAP-Old Carey colored Jersey cow, black nose and
house, corner East Central and tail, medium size. Jos. L. Guernsey.
Osceola, to be moved or torn down to 11-6-tfc
make room for new building. Lord &
Bradshaw. 11-1-6t WANTED permanent home for
an orphan boy 12 years of age. Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
FOR SALE-One horse. 613 Veach Inquire 106 Gould street. 11-4-6t ,
street. 11-4-t: ,
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.s X >. g room house, furnished or ..t j. Pierce Electric Co., McElroy's DrugStore ; r I IIII t IIII t .11 I 1 I 1.1 II .1 .1 I>>
.- I furnished; best residence secti.i and 710 Kuhl avenue.16t.* :
o oc m c:: oo I Also fine building lots on lake at a
< S" fi. : great bargain to those who will buil CLASSES IN DRESSMAKING AND, : :a1TSr: : ESS II
:: :: 3 ;i; 'T1 Address Owner, care' Sentinel, or ART filling up rapidly. Come early
fcC phone 520. 10-31-lm while you can get best attention. Vis- :
L b = .r itors welcome. Studio in Watkins ,
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;' "c c SS ; /i FOR SALE-Ten acres; cultivated; block. Miss Echols. 11-1-61, :
:- =' =' =' "0 and some bearing
, t588 'W s.: _+ 1 trees young; garden grove crop started; five room "TED-Dressmaking all work guaranteed and of prices any kind very, :, Important friendships result from the right introduction and II

9> house; new barn and farm implements reasonable. Mrs. J. A. Evans. Phone '
u 5a cO -a c 7.J& | -2 S ; located on Winter Park road 220. No. 200 East Robinson avenue. : the most important ones come through the right banking con-
c: .w == 5 == H ;.-. and Fern Creek avenue. Must be srnu 10-29-2w

.w.. ..to ..to Hz3 0-5 --2 3 soon. G. A., Box 47, Route 2. :, nections. Association is the keynote of all business succe s.Vc i;
; ,- ,- '-0 .rr_ to adults only. 409 Delaney street. invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter- ;
0 0 0 rirr == '- FOR SALE-Good boat wagon; can 10-25-tf :
W rn 0 _C be used for hunting; cheap. II. C. est is taken in depositor.ORLANDO .
7.J. McDaniel. 10-23-1m WANTED Salesman and Col- every
:E >.e.J
:o fool ; lector, apply to Singer Sewing Machine : !
z-ClJ .2: o .3a-5= :11a FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston .Co., Orlando, Fla. 10-14-tf :

L 2 .. .. c.- o. c L Frank Wakefield Phillips, Pine, $1.00 Castle.per thousand. FURNISHED ROOMS and board, for : BANK & TRUST CO.
c= == r. r .w ... 10-28-tf six adults. Address Kentucky Homy, '
Ci e v v u 511 Palmer street, Orlando, Lake : .HJ1
::: ::: ::: ::: ::: FOR RENT-Five room house, prac- Cherokee. 10-17-lm :
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llc! ;;,lly r.e\v. Inquire Hand's Fur- : : :
n.tuie Store, Pine stied1020ti FOR SALE .\ ::m .HIIIIIIIIII It. U 11111 & :1. . i. fa U t It. ...
Nirsery stocK, one, two, three and
BUILDING & LAND CO four old buds Foster -- -- -
ORLANDO FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with Pineapple year, Java, Homosassa; Washington Early, H II I I I I I I G I . . II I I I I I I I I I I r I I I I It I I I 1 I I I I I 4 ..11 I I II 1 I 1 I I ,
garage; elegantly furnished; on Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahle . . . . . . . . . . .
A. Knox. >
II North Orange Avenue Lake Lucerne. Jas.
8-27-tf Apopka. Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-U %

PHONE 608 -- -- f
Don't wait for one In Wua to
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL FOR SALE-Beautiful dwelling, every
thoroughly modern, 7 large rooms have Entrican, the painter, before CLOTHING
bath, screened sleeping porch, 10 foot you try. Am too busy to look yoo
FRED B. DALEC. veranda, near in, Southern exposure, up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
H. BRYANT lot 71x138, bearing trees, etc.-Apply job. 1-20-tf
DAVIS a GILES. Counsel.F. 207 Rid ewood Ave.
A. PEPPERCORN, Contractor. I 11-1-8t Give, your ad. a chance to make
stock of
you results. new
FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts.
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WATCH STOKES FOR THE AD LITTLE tle.FOR SALE-A good Roll 9-18-tf Top DressmakingMrs. I I Fall and Winter ClothingMade j jOur

Eggs fresh from the 'country, guar- Desk and Chair. Been used very lit-
: anteed, 35 cents per doz. tle. Call onV.. C. Sherman, Rock R. S. Cohoon has
The Best Baldwin Apples, 33 cents Building, opposite San Jua Hotel. resumed her dressmak-
peck. 10-8-tf
J Wine Saps, :35: cents per peck. ing and is now locatedin
Imported Bananas, 20 cents per doz. FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine Room 4, Way building, by coming
Florida Bananas 10 doz.
per hammock land; eight in grove; the
Chestnuts from the hills, 15 cents present crop of oranges will be from on Orange avenue where
per pound. 750 to 1.000 boxes; 500 trees all told, she cordially invites all and we are anxious for you to see our ii!
Tomatoes, 8 cents per pound. ready for setting-10 acres in lake, ladies
Don't complain of hard times and one and quarter miles from Apopka. needing anything-
the high cost of living, come over to i Price 5000. Address \V. II., Box in the wearing apparelline New Styles and high class tailoring. Best
the little store where the prices suit 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf to call and see her. ,

THE Votes your pocket.ORLANDO given with Quality all cash guaranteed.purchases. FOR ,SALE-Or a five-passenger trade automobile for real estate in- place in the city to buy clothing.

SPECIALTY CO. nice shape. Address No. 112 West
10-7-tf 109 West Church Street Church street, city. 10-4-1m Real Estate Boughtand

FOR SALE BY H. McDAMEL FOR new SALE cottage,OR Highland RENT-Beautiful avenue and Sold. lvi. SLEIVIONS

Park lake, in Sunshine Park. R. -- I I.1111..e
7 Room stucco cottage, near Eola; Bruce Perry, at Water Works. !
located right. right; built right; will be sold 10-25-1m. City and Building$1.00 per Lots week, $100 buys; $1.00 a Lot cash I L : :

21 of Orlando's most desirable FOR RENT-A :Modern seven-room II II II II ,
building lots, near Lake Eola; will be house, furnished, all conveniences.Lake RENTS COLLECTED. MlilMMIMMMO . . . . . . .
sold only to people agreeing to build Cherokee. P. O. Box 215. Notary Work Promptly and Neatly
houses in keeping with the location. 11-4-6t Done.

Ivanhoe 10 Acres on north side of Lake ...pb+, .L..IIIIIIII.II..IIIII.III.I..I.I.I.lleeil'DPr.oOIe'"O'.II..CI I.'II..Q. . . . . I MM IIIII.II M '
overlooking Orlando; al! FOR RENT-Housekeeping rooms;
cleared; suited for a home site; good also 6-room furnished flat. Call N. P. HATCHER :
land. 301 Church street. 11-4-Gt
181-2 Acres land, about 17 acres in ORLANDO,FLORIDA ;rcB
5 year old budded grapefruit and or- FOR RENT Light housekeepingrooms. I : I yor lZ II IIAxminster
anges; 21-2 miles from city limits; 506 DeLaney St. :Mrs. Jno.F. Office at Pinehurst Park ,

Florida overlooks for 4 the lakes price.; nothing better in Empie. ll-3-6t P. O. Box 281 :

10-23-1m PHONE 403; 10-8-lm :
FOR RENT-Three acres of good ,
truck land, one mile from court ,
For Sale house. Apply 703 West Central Ave. Rugs9x12
30 Acres, citrus and vegetable land, ll-5-3t' Wood Wood :
20 fenced, 10 cleared, crop on it now, Wood
ready for planting trees this winter FOR RENT-Small flat, modern conveniences -
and next spring school and unfurnished. Jas. A.
crop ; near .
church; half mile of railroad station; Knox. 11-3-tf Excellent Core Pine Wood Sup high grade Rugs former price $25 |
good neighborhood; four miles from ,
court house. Special price if taken in FOR RENT-Seven room house; water plied in any quantity
next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando. gas, electric lights, bath etc.; sale price $18.75.Remember
1025tfA. barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by i
200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange SPECIAL PRICES OX FIVE i
W. DOWDELL, plasterer, avenue. 10-31-tf
mason I
and cement worker. 516 W. ChurchSt. STRANDS OR MORE all of our goods are fresh from the
Phone 420. 10-25-1m POSITION WANTED-Young man
r'"its position PS stenographer or factories. We do not buy old furniture stores out $j
T. F. HOURIHAN Licensed Plumber. bookkeeper, or both. Small salary to
g i Conscientious work at fair prices. btart. thoroughly competent. Sober", ELDREDGE BARLOW and ship the goods here and try to palm the goods '
r Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf steady and reliable. Address "C. : *
care Sentinel. 11-5-tfc Telephone 375 off for new and fresh stock. i

your roses NOTICEGet now and have lots FOR RENT-Suite of two rooms,fur- South Street, near A. C. L.
; of bloom through the winter. Roses nished for light housekeeping in private -
now ready for shipment.W. I family; adults only. 512 South Tracks We give coupons with all cash sales. it|
H. BROKAW, Salesman. Lake street. Phone 562. ll-l-6t 9llmImportant
11-3-tf ..4Kl
FOR RENT-Large, pleasant fur-
t nished rooms; close in, with private
l Fruit For and Sale-Silver Valencia late Cluster orange Grape buds. family.11-1-6t 302 North Orange avenue. to Prop- '

r Vigorous stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2 deal II III

i t years 9-23-2m old. II. C. McDANIEL. I TO nished RENT for-Suite light of housekeeping two rooms,; fur-private erty OwnersWe caid & Snow !

I I family; to adults only. Apply
Biggest per cent of profit ever is 512 South Lake street. Phone 562.

f derived from the use of the Sentinel's 11-1-6t \ the property .advertised Low Priced Furniture House.
want ad. columns. I II
t MISCELLANEOUS in this space last week at

t There's an opportunity in Orlando $4000. The owner listed the ) I Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida I

i fitted to you. Seek it out. LOST-Gentleman's gold seal ring; property with us exclusively ,

t I NOTICEOf side.Old Reward English if"II returned," date 1913 to this, on of-in- ten days previous to sale. \Ve : I II t1\\\\\ \\\\ \\\\\t\\ ; ; ; \\I"'II" : : : : : : : : : 4oaa: : : : 1 :.:aCORDON'S

fice. 11-4-tf I received inquiries to the advertisements -' '
Application for Tal> Deed Under Section S j'j'I
i .f Chapter 4SS8. Law of Honda TWO GENTLEMEN:: roomers wanted. I from six different I, .y,. A. B. MOORE

Notice is hereby given that Abbie P. n.v', 313 West Central avenue. states. We have the buyers CARRIAGE ;. '1")'
of Apopka. Fla.. purchaser of tax certificateNo I \
: 284. dated the 6th day of July. A. D. 10-31-2w that have the cash. If you have : '!I ",,- Plain and Decorative Painting
1-! 7. and tax certificate No. S36. dated the I -AND- 7
C'h day of :November. A. D. 1895 has filed MR. HOME:: SEEKER:-The Rose to the property and want to sell -' Paperhanging and Kalsominin;
Bind certificate in my office<< !, and has made -
o plication for tax deed to issue in accordr1" see for Real estate of Quality, and I ;you should list it with the I
First-class work good material nd
** with law. Said certificates embrace the special bargains in all lines, is Clar- BAGGAGE TRANSfER
flowing described property mtuated in Or- ence W. Rose, 308 North Main street. i agents who get the results. OPTOMETRIST I reasonable prices. J\: j b too !lu-jre
a" : 284 lot 29. II
est half block\ E. Apopka. and assessed s-. 10-27-10t II I I (Successor to Dr. O. P. lakint) |lor too small. Drop me a rls!.i1!, ..:.d I
I'll Known. No. 336. lot 29. west half block L. T. HARRELL Prop. !i we will talk it o\er.
E, Apopka and assessed Wm. TWO FURNISHED t
to Levy.UnUws ROOMS at 221 Cooper Atha I ORLANDO FLORIDA
said certificates shall! be redeemed Robinson avenue, on Lake Eola. I
according to law tax deed will issue thereonon 1 10313wFURNISHED Piano and Furniture WI: FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSE5 'A. B. MOORE
the 7th day of December. A. D. 1914.Witnen )
my official signature and seal thu- I 114 South Ave.
Orange Ground Floor Moving a Specialty
the 5th day of November A. D. 1914. .. or unfurnished rooms; II III AND DO ALL KINDS OF P. O. Cox 324: Orlandoi I
{ Clerk Cricuit Court. Orange County. Fla. 112 West Church St. ll-l-6t 8 E. Church St. PHONE; OTICAL REPAIRING, i, 10-9-1m ,

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1, Five passenger Ford, good condition.

Hot Water and Steam Heat Price $350.00.


1, Four Door, five passenger Mitchell. A *

Rooms with Bath if sold *
$1.00 bargain at once, $350.00.

Nice Meals 50c 1, Two Cylinder Reo Truck. Price $150.

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Tennessee Looks to Have Best Livery, Draying and HaulingWE //k :sm\\y\ &v s rfa // / .-,:

Team in the S. I. A. A.-

Vanderbilt Has Proven

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Football affairs have reached sucha
state that when the referee's whis- AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
tle send the various gridiron gladia-
tors into battle Saturday only a few .
teams in each section of the country i,I Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
will remain in the fight for the sectional -
championships. It was more HORSES FOR SALE 1915 BARLEY-DAVIDSON i !

than likely that before the twilight
shadows settle over the land the 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
; ; 11 Hhrs:p)w GUARANTEED Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic
number of contenders will be fewer. i
)i Mechanical Oil and 66 Refinements
In the southern part of this land Pump, Step'Starter )
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there are five teams that are still in j -i iQ.iG..tt I
the battle for the honors below the II| I S275.OO
Mason and Dixon line. Those five

teams are Washington and Lee, Virginia -I ltOO.'I'lla'lt' I'IOIIIBIII'II'1il ;'i Wright & Hilpert 129 Orange Avc.* i
Auburn, Mississippi University ; iI' Orlando
and Tennessee. However, the Virginia -I : ,

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not belong to that dear old Southern j Pnckillg[ Coiia .

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the South, "the claims of either of I J Ii 1
those teams to the championship can

not Washington be recognized.and"Lee, however, does i| Packers and Shippers of Citrus 1 1I IN OFFICE OR **
not care much whether its claims will I DWELLINGQUICK
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be recognized. It submits its scoring I Fruits and Vegetables. t 11 1
record-the greatest compiled by any 1
team in the country-and lets the I I will operate alone under above name and shall appreciate : j RELIABLE A ;3i -
public make its own decision. Wash- WARMTH .
the business of all who have and who have AND
I; ; any ;: t
ington and Lee has scored 288 pointsin li t ; .
six games. The Washington and ; ; not patronized me in the last three ;years. For informa- : : COMFORT ARE 1 v j

Lee defensive record also is the best, ; ; tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossing : SUPPLIED IS
only six points having been scored I; of Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure : BY j

against the crack eleven. building, which I am equipping with Mauld's latest ma- :
Tennessee looks to have the best j .
chinery and can consequently give you same service : y3H Ar I
team in the S. I. A. A., but it may
which has always spoken for itself. :
strike a snag Saturday when it goes
up against the Vanderbilt eleven. My efforts will be to sell all Dossible before resorting : ..
Vanderbilt this year hasn't cut many to distribution. j :
didoes in a football way. It's team t! j

was given a beating by North Caro- W. A. DADE
Gen. :
lina some weeks back and the Vandy GAS HEATERS A

crowd hasn't been able to perform in 9-18-2 m ORLANDO, FLORIDA : THE ORIGINAL COPPER REFLECTOR GAS HEATERS
the style of other )"ears. But it may A

do a "comeback" against Tennessee. II 1111.11..10 .1.1 Dill. U .11.,11. . 0 .1 II .. These marvelous beaten ; : ]
Summing up the situation, the only develop heat quickly; 1
sizeable teams in the country that .- _. -- they do! not vitiate or 11
have won every game played are: McmnMneitMmmoQMiiiMMiMiiniMiiniiiTHE dry up the air. :
University of Pittsburg, Army, o 4 /
The EZK33 is the Original j
New York University, Washingtort CHASE & CO Copper Reflector Gas Heater. yr 'j
and Lee, and Union of i
College Sche- It beats by nature's own ; "' a a '
nectady, N. Y. | PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs method-that of reflected heal 1 j
The list of teams that have not From its shining copper plateit > 1
been beaten, but which have been tied, modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- casts a cheerful glow upon ,t P ,. &
includes Harvard, Princeton Pennsyl- date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the I the floor and furniture,quickly
vania State, Wisconsin, and Chicago. : bringing the entire room to an
Washington and Lee, with 288 PROPER PACKING : I even,healthy temperature. '
points scored in six games, has the FIRST AID TO
scoring record todate. Dartmouth WE WILL BE GLAD TO SHOW YOU THE VARIOUS STYLES:
and Washington and Jefferson are I
tied for second honors with 221 points however, would not accomplish the end desiredby
each. The Worcester Polytechnicteam the grower, if he did not also have available the services : I -
of Worcester, Mass., is the only
team that has failed to score. .



which, with selling forces thoroughly organized,
Collars of expe- : I
street dresses are begin- rienced
competent and reliable. r
ning to be high and the sleeves long. : i CIMMM M "III""I"I'I'II"lla..11..1. . I
Short sleeves are being used but little GIVES THE GROWER .. , . . IIIMMMMIMMIIQMMMMLAUNDRY .MMMMiMIMMIMMIIi ? 1

except on evening gowns. However HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS
well pleased women may be at style LIST YOUR PROPERTY BUYERS AND SELLERSI

changes of other features, they do not CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED :, with me now, while I have the time Your general laundry work, French buy, sell rent, and exchange real i
take readily to the dictate of fashion GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS to look it over and familiarize myself dry cleaning, and pressing will be appreciated estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla.,
which says that short sleeves must ,, with the talking points. I made the Satisfaction and service over 30 years. Have handled over
number of sales last winter" guaranteed. Open September 28th. Call }
go, as their comfort and freedom largest i 20000000. and see me.
are CH-A-SE 4 ir CO. : and expect to do even better this win- Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry, 10-6-3m '.F. A. LEWTER.If I
too much appreciated to be readily o ter.Iy prospects are beginnig to ar- for whites only. 9-25-tf I i IP
discarded.T. 1 Main Office, Jacksonville, Florida rive, and it might cause you to lose I II have subscribed for the Sen-
o a sale by putting it off. Call today Up to date painting, papering, etc* '!
F. HOURIHAN Licensed Plumber. (f A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla.93ud&w at my new offices in the Watkins is the kind you want. Where to get tinel and are not receiving your paper -
Conscientious work at fair prices. ; : building and list your nroperty. it? That's easy, phone 636. W T. II I you will do a favor by notifying
Phone 629. lOG Court I Jj i II .1111. WALTER W. ROSE, '
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Editor Was Riding in His Automobile -
I III I'' '' il l llllllli Illf j jr Yesterday and Struck
e Load of Brick-Wheel

E. Howard, editor of the Citizen,
while driving his automobile yesterday -
afternoon at 4 o'clock, had the
misfortune to encounter a load of
brick drawn by two living emblemsof i y
the Democratic party. The col- A
For To-day--- I lision was unsatisfactory to Editor I -F
Howard, for it damaged one of the I
other fi.iJ car's wheels. The accident happenedat I
p Tomorrow and every day, you'll
the corner of Church street and .
a check account with the State Bank mighty Orange avenue. I DO YOU WIEE113TAWDMow
handy in keeping an accurate record of y cur
money affairs. YET AWHILE yon can personally be b3rte6t- I

Take note-how many business men Zed by the advantages accruing; to
By International News Service to Th Mntin.1'Vashington
in cash? Very lew-for businessmen I
pay Nov. Secretary of the commnumity by
cannot take chances by carrying m mey the Treasury McAdoo, after a confer-
about. The safe way is the! business-like ence with federal reserve bankers, to- ...
z bank checks. day said that the New York and other .r h it cJgral Reserve Act: ?
way-our stock exchanges undoubtedly will not
Try paying with checks. reopen until there had been a com-
Call, telephone or write anti we will
plete restoration of international bus-
iness confidence. Secretary McAdoo mall our booklet-just out---which
Bank of Orlando
The State ,
added that business conditions are
explains this act fully and
:,rapidly improving and the international clearly.
situation will undoubtedly work E
out satisfactorily without requiring
', any drain upon American gold to'
'!meet trade balances. J a L

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CORRECTION B. Y. I'. U. MEETINGThe 1 The monthly business meeting of "
I i!1 the Rosalind Club will be held on .. .
The item appearing in The Sentinel Baptist Young People's Union Monday afternoon, November 9th, at '
yesterday morning about J. E. Car- will hold a business and social meet- three o'clock, at which time the an-
ter going to Jacksonville for R. M. ing in the Arcade building on Pine. .nual election of officers will take
Morgan.was erroneous. street this evening at 7:30 o' lock., place. All members are urged to be D' ( I_ ID3W9 'tJI:
All members are urged to be present.j present. )
Try the Sentinel for your next job and visitors welcome.To Eloise Robinson secretary. _

printing. Prices very reasonable. I _, .. .. .. .... '. .
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Workmanship the best. Call or phone be convinced of the producing: II Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's : ; '," : '. '.
when in need of job work. power of Sentinel want ads.-try one.. I Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf -

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must hurry to enjoy the feast of bargains at this Sale. Nothing Reserved. Entire stock of NEW FURNITURE, CARPETS RUGS, CROCKERY AND GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHINGS, are included at the BIG

Discount of 25 per ct. ; some 20 per ct., 15 per et. and 10 per etoff

usual Low Prices. Come in now while the stock is unbroken, 'twill pay ,"ou.OSCAR .


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41f 7 Better Clothes

ijr \ The difference between being well dressed and poorly dressed is not nec-4 ; < f ) I 4It

; essarily a matter of price alone. The fact is, price does not enter after ij/1/ ,. ,; ;t, ///f/

\ you have reached a willingness to pay $15.00 $16.50 $18.00 $20.00 $22.50 f ,

$25.00 or thereabouts, for your suit or overcoat. We are exclusive agents t !//h//hr //

,,, % for the clothes from the House of Kuppenheimer. Clothes for young = I /, Y

? ;,, men and men that stay young. All the newest patterns and styles. '

Let us show you. ,

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;! \ just received a full line of Fall and Winter styles in:all .the--.. III I / I L \ .

Il leathers. Price $7.00, $8.00 and $10.00. //11 lj .

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L for men who care to be well dressed in Comfort. All ii'{

I leathers in the styles you want. Price, $5.00 and $6.00. ,//ii'J()I II j','

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