The morning sentinel

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The morning sentinel
Uniform Title:
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Daily South Florida sentinel
Place of Publication:
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
Creation Date:
November 8, 1914
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
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Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Battle; Trenches Retaken by French Negroes Broke Jail Friday Developments in Foot and Mouth Men Petition for Grading of Will Now Be Under Supervision

Night-Alertness of the Disease Epidemic Acute in Colonial Drive-Action Was of U. S. Govern

On the Heights of the Meuse Village of Stremi Captured by the Orlando Police Is in" Many States and Deferred by Council ment-Speedy FinishIs
I CitiesDEVELOPIE Till MondayBids Assured
French at Point of Bayonet-Fresh Troops From Ger- Evidence
many Fail to Stop Onrush of Allies-Germans Friday night about 9 o'clock, five TS IN FOOT AXE were opened by the city coun- Washington, Nov. 7.-Fear of the

Cling Tenaciously to PositionBy negro prisoners, confined in jail in MOUTH EPIDEMICBy cil at its meeting yesterday morningat cotton brokers that the department of
I the city hall for coming sewer con- justice might construe the $135,000-
Kissimmee, succeeded in getting out,
International Newi Service to The Sentinel International Newi Service to The Sentinel 1 struction. The bids for the work 000 cotton loan pool as a violation of
and would have made a good getaway i
PARIS, NOV. 7.-DESPERATE FIGHTING CONTINUED had it not have been for the Chicago, Nov. 7.-Foot and mouth; were opened and the contract was the federal anti-trust laws was dispelled -

DURING THE DAY ALONG THE WHOLE BATTLE FRONT alertness of Officer J. E. Carter, of disease was traced to Montana today awarded to the Florida National Vault when Attorney General Greg-

ATTACKS ACCORDING TO THE the Orlando police force, and Deputy when one hundred and fifty cattle company. The bid was not given in ory, in a letter to President Wilson,
Sheriff J. W. Bass, who captured two from Glendive, Mont., were found to detail, but it is understood that it was upheld the plan. The attorney gen-

FRENCH WAR OFFICE WERE REPULSED BY THE ALLIES of them, Dave Brinson and James Co- be infected with the disease. It is between $4,000 and $5,000. The other eral's opinion was sought by the fed-

WITHOUT EXCEPTION, THE HEAVIEST LOSSES BEING IN- natrew. expected that oMntana will be placed bidder was the F. D. Harvey com- eral reserve board to whom the cot-

FLICTED ON THE INVADERS IN A NEW BATTLE AT CAM- One of them went back and gave under quarantine, making eleven pany. ton brokers of the South confidently

BRAI AN LEQUENEY EN SANTERRE, WHERE THE GER- up to the Osceola county authorities, states in all to be quarantined. Thisis The contract is for the constructionof expressed the feeling that even

MAN OFFENSIVE WAS PARTICULARLY VIOLENT. while the other two are reported as the first case found west of the a 24-inch storm sewer on Grace though the treasury department had

having made their way in a southerly Mississippi. street, Lake Lucerne to Hughey street given sanction to the pool the depart-

THE GRENCH AND BRITISH FORCES WHICH SUC- direction and at last accounts had not Chicago stockyards closed. via Irvin street; also a 15-inch line on ment of justice might come along

CEEDED IN GAINING THE APPROACHES TO AIX NOU- been apprehended.The New York and Maryland quaran- Hughey street, eight manholes and later and knock it out by calling it

LETTE WERE TODAY ABLE TO CARRY THE FIGHTING UP officials of Kissimmee were tined. States previously quarantined:: 18 catch vasins. illegal.

TO THE TOWN ITSELF AND A SERIES OF TERRIFIC SHORT notified and Chief of Police Tison Illinois, Michigan, Indiana and Penn- Petition for GradingAt The federal reserve board got Sec-

RANGE SKIRMISHES WERE FOUGHT THROUGH THE came for them in his auto and carried sylvania. the city council meeting yesterday retary McAdoo to communicate with

them back.TRAFFIC Federal embargo placed on ship- morning Judge T. P. Warlow and the president, explaining that the cot-
ments of cattle from Ohio. H. Carl Dann appeared and suggested ton brokers were reluctant to makea

THROUGH THE STREETS FROM HOUSE TO Stockyards at Buffalo, N. Y., and to the council plans for the grad- go of the pool until given assur-
HOUSE. Indianapolis, Ind., quarantined. ing of Colonial Drive from Park laketo ance of the attorney general's atti-

NORTH OF ALBERT AROUND THE VILLAGE OF THIE- After the rain and change in the Gov. Ralston of Indiana issues proc- Mills street. The action was deferred tude. The attorney general is now
until the next of the expected that Montana will be placedin
lamation forbidding importation of meeting
and last
cattle from infected states. council Tuesday morning.The the way of a speedy working out
fares crowded with pedestrians, Congress may be asked for emer- grading of Colonial Drive was of the loan, which is to be under the

BY THE ALLIES, RESULTING IN A SERIES OF FURIOUS automobiles were motorcycles, carriagesand gency appropriation to suppress epidemic 'urged by these gentlemen because of supervision of the government.ANOUNCEMENT _

ASSAULTS WITH THE BAYONET USED FREELY vehicles.s The city authoritie .. the opening of the Colonial Hills addi-

AND WITH AN ENORMOUS TOLL OF DEATH. placed traffic officers on the corner t tion which lies east of Summerlin

Chicago, Nov. 7.-A large part of street and north of Amelia avenue.It .
NORTHEAST OF VAILLEY ALONG THE AISNE, THE of Orange avenue, Pine street and
the cattle receiving and meat pack- is one of the choicest sections in
TRENCHES FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY THE FRENCH HAVE Church street in order to prevent accidents The Sentinel takes pleasurein
which ing industry of the nation, long cen- Orlando and from now on will be rap-
and congestion, was a the "OrlandoSociety"
and The
wise their tered in Chicago, tonight temporarilywas idly developed improved. '
move on part. column which will
appear -
ON THE HEIGHTS OF THE MEUSE THE VILLAGE OF shifted to Kansas City, Omaha company which is boosting this new
on page 5, local page, beginning
STREMI HAS BEEN CAPTURED BY THE FRENCH AT THE and other Western cities. additoin is composed of Judge T. P. with this issue. This

POINT OF THE BAYONET.ON MANY HIGH SCHOOL NOTESOF The Chicago Union Stockyards, for Warlow, president; II. Carl Dann,, column will be edited by Miss
the first time in history, was .closed vice-president, and C. B. Robinson,
THE LINE FROM YPRES TO ARRAS THE GERMAN Eliza Wright. Her versatilepen
down for nine days because of hoof secretary and treasurer.
LINE HAS BEEN REINFORCED BY THE ARRIVAL OF INTEREST and mouth disease among cattle. All will record the society
of Orlando. She
the cattle in pens were affected by
be reached during the day atWright's
HIGH SCHOOL "ECHO" HAS Seed Store, South
Orange avenue, telephone 179.
BEAURAINS, TILLOY AND ST. LAUREN DE BLANGY. FIRST EDITION tle, sheep and hogs are to be receivedin OF TIG TAU Her residence telephone num-
Chicago until November 16, when
THE ,GERMANS ARE CLINGING TENACIOUSLY TO ber is 254. Co-operation and ,
business to be resumed after the
THEIR POSITIONS IN THE VICINITY OF YPRES BUT THE Many Class and Club Elections yards have_ been thoroughly disin- WHEN GERMAN FORTRESS assistance from the society :,
leaders of Orlando is desired.

THE ALLIES. AT THIS PLACE THE GERMAN FORCES ARE cert-European War Packers sent Western branches DOING IN TOKIO
DiscussedAt 1,000 butchers to dress animals which FOOTBALL RESULTSAt
ordinarily would have been sent to Dashing Charge Brings Surren-
THROUGH YPRES THEY HAD PLANNED TO CUT THEIR an enthusiastic meeting Thurs- der of Fortress Which Has Cambridge-Harvard 20,Prince-
Chicago. They declared the pro- ton 0.At .
WAY TO CALAIS. VIOLENT FIGHTING IN WHICH THE day, October 29, 1914, the junior ducts from their Western plants Held Out Against Odds New Haven-Yale 14, Brown 6.

BRITISH AND FRENCH HAD TAKEN THE OFFENSIVE OCCURRED class elected the following officers would be sufficient to supply the mar- for Months At Ithaca-Cornell 26, Franklin and
for the ensuing : Eugene Hoff- Marshall 3.
AROUND BIXSCHOOT WITH THE ALLIES RE- year ket without advance in prices. At Pittsburg-Washington and Jef-
Donald Helms vice- Tokio Nov. 7.-Tokio
ner, president; is celebrat-
TAINING ADVANTAGE.Kurd The herd of infected cattle was ferson 13. Pittsburg 10.
president; Charles Limpus, secretary; augmented by 216 more cattle and ing today the fall of the German for- At Wiliamstown Williams 20,
Justin Schumann, treasurer; Beulah tress at Tsingtau. Wesley 17.
600 No far have been
hogs. sheep so
Regiments Forced to Retire
McClure, historian. It was in the middle of Septemberthat At South Bethlehem-Lehigh 20,
By International New. Service to The Sentinel Monday afternoon the freshman affected.Will the real attack began although Pennsylvania State 7.
Not Advance Prices At Annapolis Navy 21, Fordham 0.
London, Nov. 7.-A dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph says football team had a skirmish with the Renewal preparations for the taking of the At West Point-Army 20, Notre
assurances were given by
that following the official statement issued in Petrograd, on the Presbyterian squad. The battle was that the German stronghold were begun immediately Dame 7.
packers today quarantinewould
short but sweet, ending with a 3-0 after war was declared by At Hanover-Dartmouth 68,Tufts 0.
Caucasian front line.Thursday there has been significant
no fight. not result in any advance in At \Ianchester-Carlisle 0, Holy
score in favor of the freshmen.The Japan on August 15. Crowds collected -
Kurd regiments supported by Nizam Infantry, and crowds of the price of dressed meats. In antici- Cross 0.
sophomore class of the O. H. S. everywhere today and many At Washington-Georgetown 7,
armed inhabitants attempted to advance to the region northwestof pation of a stronger demand for poul-
was reorganized Tuesday, and offi- processions were formed, the nthu- North Carolina A. and M. 0.
Kara Kilisa and Alash Kert, but were repulsed with great loss. cers for the school year of 1914-15 try on account of the epidemic, how- siastic people dragging about with At Baltimore-Johns Hopkins 7,
ever, the price of live fowls have been Gettysburg 7.
The Kurd regiments were partly annihilated. and .the survivors were elected, as follows: Albert advanced four cents a pound in the them floats decorated with flowers as At' Ann Arbor Michigan 34, Penn-

dispersed. Fisher, president; Lena Fields, vice- last forty-eight hours.J. a symbol of victory. Japanese and sylvania 3.
president; Monroe Patch, secretary- British flags are floating everywhere At Lafayette-Purdue 40, Kentucky j
Ogden Armour, head of Armour State 6. ;
I treasurer. & Company, declared in a statement throughout the city. At Nashville-Tennessee 16, Van- 1
EQUAL SUFFRAGE LEAGUEWill ORLANDO :GIFT RECEIVEDJ. I Wednesday the sophomores held a that there was no danger of infection The final and successful attack on derbilt 14. ,
meeting at which green and white dressed Tsingtau began shortly after mid- Birmingham-Sewannee 18, Ala- :I
from meats and Dr. O. A.
were selected as class colors. At this night Friday morning and the first inroad bama 0.
Dyson, chief state veterinarian, gave At Athens-Clemson 35, Georgia 3.
Hold Its Regular Meeting H. Bryce Informed by Major meeting the purchase of class pins out reassuring word that there is no by the allied forces which was At Atlanta-Auburn 14, Georgia

Wednesday Afternoon, Lawton of Arrival of Or- was also decided upon. danger in milk where the largely instrumental in the fall of the Tech 0.
November 11th, at lando Package for the t Friday the president learned that place was the taking of the middle At Charlotte-North Carolina 30, l.
Unity ChapelThe Christmas ShipJ. his class had selected the same colors precautions are fort of the first line of defenses. This Virginia M. I. 7.
No Foot and Mouth Disease in Mississippi At Charlottesville-Virginia 88, St.
I as the junior class. He immediately was accomplished by a brilliant Johns 0. j'I

Orlando Equal Suffrage Leaguewill H. Bryce yesterday received a called a meeting for Monday after- charge of infantry and engineers, led At Columbia, S. .-South Carolina j
hold its regular meeting Wednesday notice from F. H. Lawton, of the I noon, at which time new colors will Como, Miss., Nov. 7.-Dr. EdwardM. by Gen. Yoshima Yamada. 26, Wake Forest 0. tAt

November 11th, at 10 a. m., in American Red Cross at New Y.ork, be chosen. Ranck, 'state veterinarian of the Simultaneously with the charge of New Orleans-Mississippi 22, )j I

Unity Chapel, corner Central and that the Orlando package for the Wednesday morning Miss Edna Mississippi livestock board, who has Gen. Yamada others were made, the Tulane At Roanoke-Roanoke 6. College 19, j i

West!! streets. Christmas ship had been received. Hyer, a member of the graduatingclass made a careful investigation of the troops dashing forward with cries of Gallaudet 7. '!

In addition to its business for the I The notice is as follows: of 1912-13, visited the high cattle in this vicinity, reported to be "banzai." Taitun Chen, the fortifica- At Lynchburg-Washington and
winter, the club is for the affected with the foot and mouth disease Lee 10, Swarthmore 0. Ii!
taking "Receiving Depot, Christmas
up Ship, school, remaining through morning'exercises. tion on the east, fell at 5:35 in the At Little Rock-Henderson Brown !
year the study of the laws of Florida j Building 19, Bush Terminals, New Although there are severalof officially announced today that morning. Chung Chiawa was cap- 28, Southwestern 6. :
relating to women and children. The York City, Nov. 4, 1914.-Receipt of the stock examined shows no evidenceof At 20 Louisiana .
your package for the Christmas ship the class of 191213 living in Or- tured soon thereafter, with its two Shreveport-Arkansas I
subject for Wednesday will be "Prop- is acknowledged with thanks. Same lando at.present, Miss Hyer is the the infection. heavy cannon.A 12.

erty Rights of Women. Mrs.: O'Neal will be forwarded on the U. S. S. first to revisit the scenes of old tri- He says there is no indication that detachment of the first line occupied dians At Houston-Texas 7. 23, Haskell In- i':
Jason which has been designated the disease has existed here and .
will introduce by ever
the topic and there will
and tortures. Needless At Gainesville-Florida Wof-
the United States for the umphs to say, the Iltis, Bismarck and Moltke 66, J.
government the herds of this section of Mississippi
be a general discussion. It will add gives ford 0.
purpose. American Red Cross, F. H. "old grads" are always welcome, and forts at 7 in the morning and then
much to the interest and profit of the Lawton, Major, Q. M. Corps, U. S. the wonder is that more of them do a clean bill of health. the enemy hoisted the white flag on 1 1Mac

meeting if all who attend do a little Army, in Charge." not return. to gloat over the "under- The investigation was made under the weather astronomical station ad- Tallman, manager of the Grand

research work before Wednesday.There graduates." 'the instruction of II. W. Blakeslee, joining the governor's office. Another theater, announced last evening that

will also be the business of NOTICE The European war situation was I state commissioner of agriculture.- white flag was hoisted on the coast season tickets for the seven numbers

electing delegates to the annual meet- the subject chosen by Prof. Simmonsfor I forts at the mouth of the Haipe at constituting the Grand lecture course

ing of the Florida Equal Suffrage Mrs. Beacham has kindly consentedto the weekly lecture on current RAILROAD MAN HERE 7:30 o'clock. would be sold for $6 each. Two people

Asosciation, which will be held this I give a percentage of the receipts events The Turkish situation was may attend the theater on each

year at Pensacola. All members and of the Grand next Wednesday even- ably and clearly discussed. The Ger- I Walter Coble, soliciting agent fdr Caruthers & Gore, grocers on Pine ticket. Tickets will be on sale at the

others interested are urged to attend ing to the St. Cecelia's Guild of the man annexation of Belgium was the Seaboard Air Line, was in Or- street, had a most auspicious opening box office this week commencing to-

the meeting Wednesday. Episcopal church. A liberal patronage touched on; and the relation existing !.lando yesterday attending to business yesterday. The store was prettily morrow.

I. will be_appreciated.If between Egypt and Great-Britainwas matters and visiting with his old decorated and a score of expert sales-

Bring your subscriptions and renewals explained. The lecture was instructive ,friends. Mr. Coble formerly lived in men showed various brands of goods. THE WEATHER

for magazines or daily papers'to Britannia rules the waves, why and interesting throughout, a Orlando, being ticket agent here. His Hundreds of people swarmed the store Florida: Fair Sunday, except rain

Curtis & O'Neal. No extra cost. abandon the job to the Kaiser? (Continued on page 8)) .headquarters is now Jacksonville. all day long. j on east coast. Monday 10' "...-.


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MONTHNot SERVICE jijj Conscientious work at fair prices. Eat what you want.
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf ,I Take a postscript and forget it.
I For sale all
quantity, but quality, is the Galveston Texas, Nov. 7. In the I by druggists.
Subscribe for The Daily SentineL l-7-d&w-lyr
output of the Florida cigar factories, presence of a delegation of represent- PAINT MEANSThe
according to statements of an internal ative citizens of the state and the of- ------

revenue officer yesterday, speaking of ficers and crew of the battleship paint which covers the largest
the output of this state in fragrant Texas a magnificent silver servicewas
"smokes." presented to that vessel here today surface-Gives the longest service ,

Pennsylvania, for instance makes in the name of the people of I -Lasts and looks well. Are You Thinking About a Victrola
millions more cigars than Florida but Texas. Following the presentationthe ,
when one wants a real cigar he buysa committee and other guests were 1 For Christmas?
Florida or a Havana product. entertained at luncheon aboard the THAT'SHarrisons'

However being but a child in the battleship. There are certain types of Victrolas that it is of-

industrial world of cigar manufacturing ten impossible to buy even in New York Philadelphiaor

Florida manages to give a pretty LIVELY MILL EXPECTEDNew 'I Chicago during the month of December. To save

fair account of herself by turning out "Town & Country"The annoyance place your order now. The biggest dealerin
annually something like 300,000,000 Orleans La., Nov. 7.-Frankie
the world cannot sell machine thanwe
cigars of the average value of $60 Burns, the Jersey City bantam you a any cheaper
per thousand. weight, and "Kid" Herman, the local A result. of over a Hundred can. You can get right at us if the instrument is

Tampa of course is the greatest bantam, who are to meet in the arena lj Years Experience.Get U not absolutely perfect and satisfactory in every way. It
cigar making center in the South and of the West Side Athletic Club to-
is not as easy to do this if the dealer is in Baltimore or
then comes Key West. The majorityof morrow afternoon have ceased train- our free book "Cause & Effect.
New York. Some have found this out by dear
the factories in the state that is, ing and are ready for the timekeeper's ( tells 4 experience. -
you many things you ought to know. (
Come in and talk it
the large ones, are located in these signal to start them on their over.

two cities while Jacksonville makes twenty round contest. The two are
many and other places' are not with- evenly matched and as the future of ,

out factories for making the cigar each is at stake a lively fight is ex

that is sought for by particular smok- pected. Each fighter expressed him- Jos. Bumby Hardware Co., Tbe Arcade Book and Music Store

self today as certain of victory, and
ers.The average number of cigar facto- the concensus of opinion of local fight For the last Twenty-five Years.

ries in the state is 400. Of course followers presages a contest that will
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facturing this year and, perhaps, not CONVOYED BY DESTROYERS TO
last year or the year to come. BOSTON CONWAY NURSERIESGROWERS

With an average value at the fac-

tory of $60 the income from this Bar Harbor Me., Nov. .-The AND DEALERS IN
branch of trade is enormous, while three months stay here of the interned

the value of the products of these North German Lloyd line steamer J All Leading Varieties of Citrus Trees \\ i
cigar factories sold at retail is almost Kronprinzessin Cecelie ended today e

beyond belief running to some- when convoyed by the United States R. T. PEEL Proprietor.Local ,

thing like $18,000,000 per annum. destroyers Terry and Lamson she
There are comparatively no cigars started for Boston.
made to sell for less than 5 cents and |I The change in the port of LOWER .
Box 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida.
the great bulk of the Florida cigarsis I ment was made because it intern-j Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
made to sell for 10 cents although sidered that the anchorage here 924tfilMIIMMMtllllMllltMMtllieillllltllMliamili 1,1U15 and guaranteed against any reduction -

there is an enormous number of 25 be dangerous during the winter during that time:
cent cigars made also. But in comparison storms.

with the number of 10 cent Touring Car $555.00Runabout ()

cigars made the number of 25 cent JAPANESE LOSE 200 MEN WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ? 505.00F.
cigars is small. ( Tokio Nov. 6.-Complete' casualty
and November the lists the of the O. B. Orlando. AU cars fully equipped. !

months in the cigar making world, killed and wounded to date in the operations FOR WOMEN Farther we will be able Ie obtain the naxiauni efficiency !I
for the preparation for the holiday at Tsingtau show that the GAINESVILLE in our factory production and the minimum in, out I
TALLAHASSEE. and sales departments if we r-acb an 0ul}ut .f
trade is going on and the gift cigars British had two killed and eight 300.009 purchasing cars between, the above dates. I
College of Arts and Sciences:Normal School;
with fancy box and band are being wounded, including two majors, and School of Music: School of Expression; And should we reach this production we agree Ie pay as
turned out in almost limitless that the Japanese had 200 killed and School of Art Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arta the buyer's share from UI t. $61 per.. car C- .It abeat I
quan- School Modern Gymnasium with .h. purchasees a new
: Law; Engineering; Agriculture; TeacheR August I.UIS to every retail buyer
tity in all cigar making sections. 878 wounded. pool; basket ball and tennis courts;new and College Experiment Station.: Extension Di- Ford car between August I. UU and August I. 115.
modern buildiryrs; beautiful campus; dormitories vision; Graduate School. Ten new brick buildings low price.and profit-
j The official communication issued particular regarding these
have all modern conveniences; new besides gymnasium, swimming pool and For further
Woman suffrage fared pretty well by the government today states that dining: room and kitchen most hygienic in I many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers instructors sharing pl... we
Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 counties I and assistants 354 young men
in the states where it was not tied up the bombardment of Tsingtau continues. and 12 states last session. Florida eountlo. and 24 States and F. G. RUSH
with prohibition, knowledge of which It also states that aeroplanesare SchooL TUITION Borrd FREE and in entrance College foes and for Normal the I foreign TUITION countries JREE.:last Board&e6sioa.and Entrance Fees. I
fact may be of service to its leadersin dropping bombs and circulars into year 1124.0 For catalogue write $132.50 per year. Write today for catalogueA. Phone 226'
EDWARD CONRADL President. A. MyKPItEEC.: President.
future contests. the besieged port. The circulars warn I
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the inhabitants not to in
Get the news in the Sentinel first. the military operations in participate any way. I Read the Want. ads in The Sentinel

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The Florida Real EState: and i..11$

: L Investment_ Company I

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

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


Situated five miles southeast of Orlando; projected Brick road 14 large Pecan trees about 20 years old in full bearing. 1

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

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

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

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-

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

This property has buildings which could not be duplicated for
this large estate to a minimum amount. Terms to enable most
I less than one thousand dollars. All farm implements I are' included

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

own real estate broker or sold by broker in Orlando. Private
any -
acres planted 1 in 1 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 70x189--16 bearing Orange trees and enough ground to make a good garden. Within a block oi a lake. Price $1509 easy terms il taken this weekr



Surplus Incorporated $25,000.00 25,000.00 paid up Orlando::: Flort-da Total $50,000.00 Responsibility

j Mortgages Bought and Sold and Guaranteed by our Company. Resources $50,000. No Liabilities. i

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Grand Tomorrow Nilit l

to the Public That In an effort to ascertain how seri-
Baseball Has Not Been
- ous a problem tuberculosis is to the
Forgotten-Still average church congregation of the I.

With Us United States, the National Associa- rna
tion for the Study and Prevention of LYCEUM TOUCHES ". -8 GIVENBY

About time for Heinle Zimmermanof Tuberculosis publishes a report which -en- 3r CCO FOUR THOUSAND CONCERTS

the Cubs to be traded to the Giants shows that in nearly 3,000 churchesin C5co
again. 37 different states one funeral in LIFE'S ACTIVITIES iO

It seems to be up to minor league every ten is due to this single dis c.Q y. Nrn THIS SAME CHICAG3 GLEE CLUB

dub owners to bring about peace in
the baseball world. a questionnaire sent out C
of Idea Dua to
Manager\ George Stovall of the all over the country, 2,852 clergymen Spread Largely

Kansas City Feds is giving Californiaball representing 1,603,300 communicantsor

players the "once over" this win- parishioners, gave replies telling at Talent Encased. z v
how many funerals they officiated for Q,)

ter.Word from Detroit has it that the the year ending August 31, 1914; how tJ I
whole Tiger outfit has been signed for many of these were due to tubercu- Tae; spread of the Lyceum Idea is ,I
next season. Then it must be time losis; how many living cases of tuber- doe.: in large part to tte fact that its E'c.) :CS

for Cobb and Crawford to sign. culosis they now have in their par- managers reach out and secure the E- .
Connie Mack is disposing of his ishes, and how many communicantsor leaders cf thou-it! : end: the do'rs of < #

Athletics at bargain prices. Those parishioners. There were 36,798 deeds in all the noo.3 activ of lifeStatesmen tf)

Braves certainly caused a heap of deaths from al causes reported, show- jx-eto;, phil sorters: soti'l-t togists _o ;: c.J U

trouble in the year 1914. ing a death rate of 229.4 per 10,000 Procters. journal:..ts, t-a'e. ..;: 0.- I
It is said the Feds are dickeringwith population, which is considerably
ers, explorers e"an lists scientist:; :;. oo 0.rJe..-
members of the Cleveland Naps higher than the corresponding rate H wp
educators, as well! as those who enter-
and New York Yankees And yet the for the entire country, 138.7 in 1912. .-:
tain with uplifting story and song all S
Feds claim to be of major league cal This high death rate is probably due -
are welcomed in this nation-wide H JJ8< M
iber. to the fact that pastors of churches N +
movement which Colonel Roosevelt so
The 1915 season of the Pacific Coast officiate at many funerals of others 5 5u : 3.c
aptly characterized as "the most :
League will open.:March 23. November than members or communicants, while American thing in America." 0 I
December, January, February, their membership reports are taken The Alkahest Lyceum System, one .-.4 "'d I A

March-why, we can almost hear his from actual records.As of the largest concerns of Its kind in -.c : <
umps announce the batteries. indicating the extent of the tuberculosis the South interviewed most of the
in the great men of the country in one year _
Carl Cashion, former Washington problem average zr.iz
in an effort to secure some of them i- :r::
twirler church the figures show that 10.3
recently signed by Minneapolis percent
for the lecture platform. They had
is to be tried out at first base. of all the funerals reported were conferences with men from Boston to CHICAGO .

Joe Catillon figures that Cashion is caused by tuberculosis, and that, in San Francisco, with some of them :xW :: on thirteen consecutive seasons the 1'hissa, Glee riub has re. i'led thepresent

so near to cushion that Carl is boundto addition to the 3,794 deaths from this several times. Among the best knownare ,..... ) F personnel. during \\ tin-e the flub .appealed. lu nearlyeer

develop into a real first sacker. disease, the ministers had 4,254 liv- Colonel Theodore Roosevelt Hon. ;_J 3uri > ieidiu; city in Aim-rna The repertory| of the flee .flub. i* scald
I Gifford Senator A. J. sO extensive ainilaried than that of any similar ani/Mion
howand pinchot to be mure
Dode under thier
Paskert, Steve Evans, ing cases now pastoral
Idge, Judge Kenesaw. Landis, Hon. 00 :: In the world. Each member has learned the art of a well 1\111\.1 l \ lrOIrlm.
Wakefield, Hill Hopke, Jack Gra- supervision. In one year, therefore, z ]
Francis J. Henej, Senators Robert 'M. Z 5 and by keeping In close harmony with their mulleine they accurately :K.IIIK.
ney, Earl Moore and Frank and Jim i the 2,852 churches were caring for LaFollette, Joseph M. Dixon. Miles -F-FI the temperament| and Keep within the eternal fati>'-*. The rou-e bleiwlin; .I

Delahanty' have been picking up some 8,048 cases of tuberculosis, or an average Poindexter, William S. Kenjon Luis ,...., 0 c::: U the quartet isi-s nearly. perfect as harmon cam t>e. The many years of s'-s

extra change by playing with BillBradley's of nearly three for each congre- Lea Gov. J. Frank Hanly, Victor ....... ....... tiatiou and t-onitant study and work together: ronpleil with .11:11,11 individual t

"Boo Grag" in Cleveland.Six gation. The average size of the con- Murdock Captain R. P. Hobson, Detective o ability. have pioduced u |>erfection of ensemble truly l1lilrklhlt
bands welcomed Hank Gowdy gregation was 56, which would indi- William J. Burns Hon ':1- The ClnraJio Glee Club began their platform MHITS in the soul Ii. makm:
liam Jennings Bryan, Dr. KewelDwight .c.-- theil' Hrst tour under the direction of the Alkahest Lyeeuns System tifh.-n
when he returned home to Columbus, cate that there is a case of tuberculosis MIM-.-.
I\xi.\ pr'It"U.l1y e
hulls Dr. Hugh Black, JacobA. g years apo: They hue made a tour through |
Ohio. Although there wasn't even a developing each year for every Riffs, Mark Sullivan Norman Hap. '-I- and therein no mule quartet that romes south tint i N more Mipulir( than Ibet'ilost
guy with a jewsharp to bid Hank bum twenty church members. good and a score of others equally as o z of our Lyteiiin patron will remeiiitier them with plessure.ri.d we :inexitettins '
voyage when he left home to becomea Because tuberculosis demands so well known. And meat of them are ....... a full house to greet them on the occasion of HuIroll.rt here lit!
ball tosser six years ago, the much time and money from the devoting some time to the lecture aC( Q tit>USODIn -
3"to 'b Is the malt
Braves' backstop is surely glad he churches, the National Associationfor platform, each presenting a messageof addition to the Glee Clnhs !splendid' quartet thuiiiR.hi:
left Columbus. the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis import to the American people Lect ires from men like these are the 0 the company is a first class soloist:; while Mr. Charles Dixon, the manager.i '
is calling all of them .55! en a)
upon r<-E"lts of years of efforts, of vital ex ...J c:: < n tint class render and lnjjx'r BAD TEMPER SHORTENS LIFE throughout the United States to joinin per:f'r'eand, most of them have the w tc/ u < c.4 one.
an educational campaign againstthis platform a' lity to present their messages ) The company is 'Om'o.1 of D. P Thomas i*. T. Henry. J. W Turner and

disease on Tuberculosis Day, fen f:iilly-to use a slang GJ } Q Charles II. Dixon.
111 temper is contagious. So, by \,'hich11 be observed during the I phrase, they "know how to put it JC rJ) .......
the same token, is kindness. And "
week of November 29th. i across. C"Q
either may become habitual. The

child may acquire the habit of pouting .
Eat what you want.
frowning, stamping its foot, cry- Eat all you want.
ing or giving expression to unkind Take a postscript and forget it. -i-- -- I

and angry words when reprimandedor For sale by all druggists. r yurptnefl
when things go wrong. His mental
I i t
irirtability unfavorably affects his Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
Don't wait for every one in town to
vasometer system, and his blood ves- : have Entrican the painter, before
sels, being overworked, become pre- I you try. Am too busy to look you I

maturely aged. The same child may, Job.up. Phone 636, and I will be 1-20-tf on the I DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I THE MARKET

with wise teaching and a real desire I

for self improvement, acquire the habit <1L REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
Read the Sentinel want ads.
of smiling self control under the Of Cleanliness Of Quality ;
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same distressing provocations. In COMPARE

this case his vascular system is pro- FRESH AND SALT MEATS

tected youthful from character overstrain for and a longer retains tm its>e. IPin Street.JEWELER I OUR FURNITUREWe I FISH AND GAME

After while the beaavior becomes .
a provide the quality of furniture that has l long Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
largely a matter of habit.
very been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the. Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh
This subject is as important for standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
children in the home and at the school It wouldn't'be here were it otherwise. We can't make and pure.
as for their elders in the home and We inrite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
EXPERT WATCH MAKER this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
business and social worlds. A sunny this business, and that means much to any buyer. everything in the Meat Line.
temper will penetrate the knotty I I

problems of arithmetic as well as I make a specialt" of Fine The PARLOR MARKET
those of the woodpile, and will untan- Watch Clock and Jewelery Re- McITCH & DAVIS BLOCK,
pairing Diamond ,
Setting Ring
gle guage the or intricacies transform of a a foreign disordered lan- and Spectacle Repairing. f Cor. Orange A\e. and Church St.. Orlando Fla. H. M. Self & Co. i

kitchen better than a sullen one. The Bring me repairs others have J
failed to do, and I will repair PINE STREET
cheery disposition is likely to be a them satisfactorily or no charge. .

part of the victorious character. Pop- My prices are reasonable.
Phone No. 80
ularity may not be a very high recommendation

; but, other things being 1 I' '
equal, it is better to be popular thangrouchy. CHAS. VATER

The grouchy person is most i 'p i' i ii"p' : III I t. . 0 IIIi i III I J t-t H.e 11111 I I III1

oefully have many handicapped excellent,qualities and must beforee needs Pine JEWELEREast Street, at Young's Ir"o Orlando Paint and Wall a Paper Co. "I I[ I .South Apopka Nurseries.. Iii;$

can hope to rise to equally high

steem with less gifted but more Repair Shop I High Grade Paints Oils I i All the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange
Cheerful comrades. I AGENTS FOR nishes, Kalsomme, Wall ,j it Trees, thrifty, well-rooted and clear of all diseases.

Real politeness is the kindly ex- Ration's Sun Proof New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family
Paper, Wall Board, Roofing
ressioH of a kindly intent. Ill na- FREE. Address
ure and politeness are antagonistic Paints Brushes_ Etc. var-I I

and can not dwell tdgether for long in : SOLD AT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Orange .South Nurseries. ii '
he name individual. Politeness in its ANNOUNCEMENT : THE SUN !4 > .. ..
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genuine essence contributes toward .. I
4 '
he well being of all, even to long :.a FRITZ HAUER has opened a OCOEE,
ife; while impoliteness and irrasci- : Special Wall Paper 3000 Rolls, at 5c.HIMMiMIIIIMMMMIMMMIMMMMIiiMIIIMMM'. I I 9-4-tf : : vMMMt'MMMMMMMMMMMMMM

Ie temper may shorten life. Violin StudioROOM ... .III..I.IIIII.I.III. .& & .r..r..r."I. '.

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benefit for the Belgian women For particulars call at the address. MMMMMOMMCMMM* s:1 ROLLINS COLLEGE inter Park f II

jmd children will be held at the Lu- i"i"V FLY and SCALE I ,
Hours, 9:00 to 12:00
erne theater Sunday afternoon fromto a.m. !P I Oldest College and Most\ Beautiful Grounds in Florida k
5 o'clock. Following is the SPRAY
pro- : College, Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Art, Domestic fI'
venture) --__-_______ Mr. McIntosh BEST SELECT OYSTERS, 50c. Quart and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Course
ddress ___Right Rev. 11. R. Remsen I Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale Rust :Mite Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection '
onK __,_Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr TheWaldeckerFishCo fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dol- -I
and Red Spider that i is hit. Removes mold .
I Accompanist, Miss Roberta Branch sooty i lar endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000
"Suffer Little Children FOR FISII AND OYSTERS I and insures and fruit. organ
hhde to Come. healthy trees bright September dozen
a pianos two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new

Unto Solo Me"'iolin ?---_.______________ Phone :'o. 5. 206 Boone StreetP. I and October are two of the best month for I rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New y:t

-.Miss Susan Dyer, Rollins College M. and W. O. COX I spraying for \Vhite Fly and Scale. Prevents insects % chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every i
Accompanist, Mrs.V.. R. O'Neal I from \vinter.and them modern device analysis of soils fertilizers
\\ontf __.Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr 10-23-tf sapping trees brings + ; foods, water. E j

Vddress ________ Dr. Jno. F. Stagg f out in a good, healthy condition in the spring, thus I I It' Preparation for engineering course. 1 I

tusk ol1Pction.______________ Mr. McIntosh Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom. tf Christian Lakes, but boating undenominational, swimming, golf, tennis, football, '1
; expenses
long _____Mrs.\ Forrest Dabney Carr !

(feel America", "Story- -of- Esther.- Sung by Audience f J. SCHKARR & CO.. Orlando, Florida. t Scholarships available. For catalogue address I

Accompanied by Mr. McIntosh Will open an office at ; Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure the White Fh i WILLIAM\ FREMONT BLACKMAN, f j

. You can add new business to your 117 O'Neal's S. Orange Store Ave., ,about over Nov.Curtis 20.& + Fungi. 9-9 D. and W 2-M I Y: Ph. D. LL. D.. Pre jdent. J'. f

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DAILY The subject at hte evening servjce, tend services at Antioch Primitive
AT TODAY'Services CHURCHES "The Divine Carpenter." Baptist church, Sunday, November 8.
South Florida SentinelMORNING Special music at all services by the Sunday school at 9:30,o'clock a. m.
large choir.B. Preaching at 11 o'clock a. m.
AND WEEKLYW. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m.; Covenant meeting at 3 o'clock p. m.
:. M. GLENN ... ......... ..E W. C. ESSINGTON ::::Buiineu Mantftr Today Have Appeal to All Jlid-week services, Wednesday 7:30p. o'clock p. m.

Entered at the pcwtoffice at Orlando. Florida Classes-Orlando Is a m. Sermon subject ,"Safety in Christ."
aa Second Cla. Mail Matter. The public cordially invited to attend -
Religious City
SUBSCRIPTION RATES all services.Unitarian.
DaU 1 Year ........................ '5.00 VENEER CORESALL
Daily. C Months ...................... 2.50 The following announcements for Church
Daily. S Month ...................... 1.25
Daily, 1 Month ....................... .60< church services today are unusually (Corner Central Ave. and West St.) LENGTHS AND ANY i

Weekly. 1 Year ...................... '1.00 interesting and will doubtless result Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. QUANTITY
Weekly.I 6 Months .................... .78 in a large attendance at the various Sunday school at 10 a.m. | Special prices for October. j
: Church service at 11 a. m.; subjectof Stock up before cold weather.
,, ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN churches. morning sermon, "Is Christianitya FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND s
ADVANCETO Christian Science Failure." Also t
ADVERTISERS: Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. All who are interested are cordially OAK WOOD \
Services at 11 a. m.; subject,"Adam invited to both Sunday school and
Copy for display and all other hand.etadvertising ." church service. Orlando Wood Yard
must be handea in at the buiineuoffice and Fallen Ian.Vednesday
.f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m, \ evening meeting, 7:45.
the day before publication. This rule applies Third floor, corner South Orange Christian Missionary Alliance B. W. Kingsley, Proprietor -ftL
to chances for contract advertising: it is I I PINE STREET AND R. R.
and Church street.
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. avenue ((22 West Pine St.) 344
Church street. Regular services are held every 'I Telephone
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued 930v1cCULLOCH'S
should notify the office in writing on Sunday, as follows:
the date of expiration otherwise it will be Catholic Church I Sunday school at 2:30 p. m., to 1- 4+
continued at the regular subscription rates Twenty-third Sunday after Pente- which all are cordially invited. Come, I \
until notice to is received. , ,; iil
stop " II
Telephone Numb r ........ ..............24 cost.Sunday and bring your children.At .
school, 9 a. m. 3:30 p. m., preaching. Rev. T.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1914. High Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. M. McClung, a tourist from Indiana,
Rosary, sermon and benediction, will preach for us today. Come and !
7:30 p. m.Subject. hear him. We are hoping soon to ? CIIMANY'
NOTE CHANGE IN ORLANDOr of sermon at High Mass, have a permanent pastor, but until he \ ,
"Reasons for Belief in Purgatory." comes we are glad to have any evan-
r All welcome to all services. gelical minister preach the Gospel to I i

and Mrs. Ricker of New us. The Alliance makes Christian Store
Methodist Church character, and not opinion, the test : ; Department !
York, After Five Years Absence Rev. James E. Wray, D. D., pastor. of fellowship, and believes in a four-
: Marvel at Growth Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m. Fold Gospel-as to the death, resur- i
of Orlando and 7:30 p. m. Superb music by rection, ascension, and soon comingof
great chorus choir; Mr. Curry, choirirecto'r our Lord.
,. -
Prof. Wade, organist. All are welcome and are cordially
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Ricker and Sunday; school, 9:45 a. m.; Mr. C. E. invited to our meetings. China and A custom is established, many a

daughter, Susanne of New York city, Howard, superintendent. project is launched, many a style origin-
were in Orlando yesterday where they Epworth League, junior 3:30 p. m.; First Presbyterian Church
Glassware ated and suggestions carried out
will remain for several days visiting Miss Eliza Wright, president. Rev. Jno. W. Stagg D. D., pastor. among
Epworth League, senior, 6:45 p. m.; school 9:45 W. R. 4 the feminine gender over an afternoon
at cup
with old friends and acquaintances. Sunday a. m.;
.... Mr. James N. Burden, president.
They will spend the winter at Clear- Woman's Missionary Society, Monday O'Neal, superintendent.Services of tea. They have been very helpful to us.
11 and 7:30 Cooking
at a. m. p. m.
water. The Rickers have not been in 3 p. m.Mission Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 7:30p. ; :Many of our successes have been tracedto
Study Class, Monday 7:30p. i
Orlando for five years and they mar- this of the
m. m.Men's Utensils source passing good news
velled at the growth of the city and Bible class at 9:45. j
'. Sewing Circle, Tuesday 3 p. m. :Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr, directorof i along, and we have tried to deserve this.
its Choir rehearsal, Friday 7:30 m.
many improvements. p.
the choir Miss Roberta Branch,
Prayer meeting, .Wednesday! 7:30p. organist. Special; music. Seats free. | Watoh window for Mon- Our success is due, from our point of view,
m., followed by church conference. A cordial invitation to strangersand in studying the fashions closely and
day specials. very
:Meeting of the board of stewards,
i TO MAKE AERO FLIGHTSCarl visitors.
Tuesday 7:30 p. m. i demonstrating here positively the very
This great church is thoroughly organized Antioch Baptist ChurchR. 128 S. Orange Avenue latest in vogue.
and hard at work, and most
Kuhl, Local Boy, Engagedby cordially invites everybody to its inspiring A. McCloud, pastor. ) I
Fair Directors to Make services. The public is cordially invited to at- ilMMMMMMMMIMBIA jl j Our Millineryand
Flights at
First Baptist ChurchAt :.
( the Lucerne)
Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D.,
contract has meen made with pastor.Mr Rare OpportunityThe ReadytoWearDepartments
Carl Kuhl, of Savannah, Ga., to give .Samuel A. Newell, superintendent -
of the Sunday school; Mr. Geo.
several aviation flights at the sub-
be W. Phillips, director of the choir; Crawford home place at No. 108 America exhibits the last words of
tropical midwinter exposition to
Mr. William S. Branch, Jr., organist.
held in Orlando in February. :Mr. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Classesfor street must be sold at once. The lot has a frontage Fashion's fancies, and our prices are remarkably -

Kuhl, who is twenty-five years old, is prepared all ages lessons.and teachers Let every with scholarbe well of 83 feet and 333 feet deep. The house contains interesting, astonishingly low. .
a native of Orlando and his parents
reside here. In the past few years Public in his worship place, without at 10:45 fail.a. m. and six rooms, but is not modern in appointments

he has made a distinguished record 7:30 p. m.Morning. though it cculd easily be made so. I have the ex-
subject, "The Ready Man.
for himself by performing unusual -- clusive handling of this property and am preparedto LET US DEMONSTRATE TO YOU OUR
aerial flights. By having Mr. Kuhl at -
the exposition added interest will be MMMIIiMIIMMMMIMT. III offer you a GREAT BARGAIN. Remember, it EFFICIENCYOur

attached to the program. : :MUST BE SOLD, so see me at once interested.
I F. HOUR1HAN New Standards of Values will Convince -

WHAT WILL COUNTY DO? f Licensed Sanitary Plumber Engineer and You.MIDDY .

Commissioners Osceola County Promptly Estimates: Attended Jobbing : S. Y. WAY

Be Asked Make
Will to a
PHONE 629 : I

Donation Other CountiesW. Similar to I 106 Court Street : Insurance and Real Estate Agent i

R. O'Neal, II. H. Dickson and
Seth Woodruff will go to Kissimmee 4jllraMilllliiHilUMMIMM I *.
tomorrow night on business relatingto STs

the subtropical midwinter exposi- Iili\
tion to be held in Orlando in Febru- 111111.111111111.111111.11111.1..1111111111111111111111111 MIIIMIIjg&roa .. :

ary. The officers of the expositionwill ..llt'k-
lay before the Osceola county ffc Huyler's BonbonsAssorted Chocolates* \

commissioners details of the fair and Nutted Chocolates Salted Nuts
just re-
enlist that county's A do- ?
nation is expected from Osceola coun- ceived by Express. Every package guaran-

ty similar to that given by other fPHARMACY teed by Huyler and McElroy's Pharmacy. \

counties in the past week. {


T. A. Mann, on Pine Street, WhoIs
Converted to the Powerof

Sentinel News Ink Plant BIG BENLook BLOUSESSeem

Mr. T. A. :Mann, the Pine street
to attract the debutante. We would
grocer, has been converted to the use
of printer's ink if used through the Big Ben square in the back in Evans'windowhe's like to show you our splendid range of de-

right medium. Yesterday Mr. :Mann signs, and new Fabrics.-They are worthyof

inserted a small ad. in the Sentinel good all round and good all through.If more than a passing glance.Men's .

and offered some very attractive bargains -
"handsome is as handsome does"---Big Ben's
to housekeepers, and as a result :

reaped a harvest. beauty is more'n skin deep.
:Mr. Mann stated to a representative -

was one of this of the paper best last days night for business that it See those great, strong, handy keys that make FurnishingsYoung

that he has enjoyed in all his long his wind up so easy--- and the broad deep-toned men listen We have just Are- J
years of experience in Orlando. ceived a full line of New Suits from the famous -

bell] he sounds, so your get up is pleasing.Big firm ofHART I.

Ben seven inches from tip to toe---big, faithful,

with large, clean-cut hands,plainly seen in the dim morning light, See Them I
Tuttle Gift Shop Will Be in
They are priced just to meet your pocket-
Readiness for Patrons in a He rings you up at any time you say-steady for five minutesor I

Short TimeChristmasGoods on Display on and off for ten-stops short in either call at a nudge from II

you. He took the Blue Ribbon at the Fair. See special display i i

r The Tuttle Gift Shop will be located today in our window. I
this winter in the Hamilton &.

I f Dunn rooms, south of the Yowet'

Duckworth department store. It will DICKSON YES CO. I E

occupy space in the room with the
r new tea and rest room soon to be

l opened under the management of:Mrs. T. H. EVANSJEWELER
!- Cornish. The Gift Shop will be in '

I f. this room until June 1st. A complete .DEPARTMENT STORE. 1

',: line of notions and Christmas gift
.. ..
will be handled
Mrs. V. N. Tuttle,

who is now in Petoskey, Mich., is expected -
to arrive in Orlando this week Orlando Orange Avenue Florida i

and take charge of the store which is

now being put into shape by W. E.

r l 'uttle. ..LY.L, niiiiijiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii IIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIII '

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Dixie, and one of the state's leading lilMliiMllillfllMjiFAVORTE a. =oi- -i = !
and successful lawyers, arrived in Or-

lando yesterday afternoon on busi- THEATRE ;i; GET IT AT ALLEN'S"CAROLINA"
{@rlau milt
... ness.Mr.. G. I. P. Dzialynski, the popu-! I! Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.

-Edited Miss Eliza Wrl&ht- lar traveling representative of the Admission 5 cents i .1, '>>".,.,...1 7f -- .'
By Griffin Cutlery Works, New York, ', '.: I I

Office telephone No. l9. Wright's Feed Store S. Orange Avenne spent yesterday in Orlando meetingold i itillMnilllllllltMMONDAY'S ...;'" !
Residence telephone No. 254 friends and interviewing the I
trade. ) rs PROGRAM !;

Mr. E. L. Sphaler, of Pine Castle, Powers." Edwin August in "The n "The Carolina" s i

WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARNOV. the season's brides, the younger ma- has sold his general merchandise and Taint of An Alien." !
grocery store to Mr. Miller of Conley UniversaL "Universal Ike Gets a I I
8th-14th trons of the city being the guests. l
." featuring # Is a pattern of heavysterling +,
Line on HisMe A comedy -
near Taft. Mr. Miller and his family
The winner at each table of cards received Augustus Carney. Producedby
Sunday-Usual services in the an artistic basket of wild flow- have moved to the J. G. Tyner resi- Harry Edwards. silver, modest I

churches. 3 p. m., Belgian relief con- ers, the honoree a dainty guest towel. dence. Joker. "The Boarder's Mishaps." I
Hon. A. B. Newton, of Winter Gar- A comedy masterpiece. Produced by _
cert, Lucerne theater. The club prize was given the member and beautiful, pieces are :
Grace Cunard.
Monday-3 p. m., Rosalind Club making the highest score. A salad den, representative-elect and a prom- Reliance. "Uncle Hiram Visits
business meeting; annual election of course was served at the conclusionof inent candidate for speaker of the Washington." A comedy. furnished bright, rich 'I
the house at the next session of the Flor-
officers. game. fl
Tuesday-3 p. m.. Sorosis Club; ida legislature, was among Orlando's recently graduated from the school of and resplendent in their
"Current Events," Mesdames Christ, To Meet Miss Edith Carton visitors yesterday.Miss music at Yale University, and is a reflecting surfaces. I
Marie Bell, who has been as- musician of unusual note. t
Cheney, Forde, and Whitman. 3 p. m., Saturday afternoon Miss Alma
in the Western Union Tele- Prof. Thomas O. Haskins left Or-
Social afternoon, parlors Methodist Minor invited a few friends to her
church. Younger Matrons Card Club, home, "Cozy Nook," on Amelia ave- graph office during the absence of lando yesterday. He has been in this 11 "John Hancock"V

Mrs. Allan Weathersby, hostess. 8 nue, to meet her guest for the week- Miss Hurd, who was visiting relatives' city for three weeks giving instruc-

p. m., Mendelssohn Club Choral rehearsal end, Miss Edith Carton, of Apopka, in the North, left yesterday afternoonfor tion in dancing and expects to return made
Presbyterian lecture room. and play auction bridge. Mulled Fort :Myers.Mr. some time next month. At Tampa he in sterling silver,
Louis A. Wellhouse, presidentof will join his dancing partner Miss V
Wednesday-3 p. m., Pollyanna grapejuice and cake were served the beautifully ornamentedand
Club, Mrs. Hal Bourne, hostess. guests. The decorations, score cards the United Paper company,Atlanta Beatrice Marlborough, of New York.

Unity Circle; book review, Miss Gor- and prizes were all of Japanese de Ga., and Mr. E. :Myer, traveling' Last night he danced at the Tampa finished with carefulness ,
don. Wednesday Card Club. sign. representative for the same firm, Country Club. Coming engagementsare
yesterday in Orlando busi- billed at West Palm Beach and I of detail
Rosalind Club spent on and an
Thursday p. m. ; Regular Meeting D. A. R.
"gentlemen's evening." The Daughters of the American ness.Mrs. Key West.
D fair of elegance.'d
Matrons W. R. Harney, of Jacksonville,
Friday-3 p. m., Young Revolution held their regular monthly TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
who has been the U. D. C.
Hal Beardall,
Card Club, Mrs. meeting Saturday afternoon at the We have a complete
hon- convention in Kissimmee, stoppedover EXCHANGE Emerson
tess, Mrs. Frank D. Guernsey, home of Mrs. Anna L. Forde. The WILL square
in Orlando yesterday for a short grand piano for a gasoline engine, stock of
oree. hostess read a on "The Old these two pat-
paper about 4 horse Tracy, 18 East ,
visit with her sister, :Mrs. A. R. power.
Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles Entertains New York Frontier," and Mrs. S. R. Church street.
Bogue. 11-8-U.1 terns. 0
Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles entertained the Hudson, an interesting one, especially
Mrs. W. II. Luther, of Oviedo, was FOR SALE-Thoroughbred
Nullos Club Saturday afternoon at at this time, "Joan of Arc: Womanas in Orlando yesterday en route home Island Reds, hens and pullets; !, I I "Carolina"U
her home on Lucerne Circle in honorof I a Warrior." The hostess next from Kissimmee, where she attendedthe Ward's strain; your choice for
Mrs. Frank D. Guernsey, one of :month will be Mrs. W. R. O'Neal. Also fryers. Call or write, \$1.00.1 "JOAilen: :
state convention of the United Barber, just south of Drennen & Co.
--- Daughters of the Confederacy. While tion. ,
were in the city yesterday from Ovie- here :Mrs. Luther was the guest of 11 JEWELERS
LOCAL AND PERSONAL do on a shopping expedition. Dr. and :Mrs. W. C. Person. FOR RENT-Nicely furnished room; I
location and convenient to
Mrs. C. C. Hall, Mrs. S. B. Livin- Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Gedge left last meals; private family. 202 Robinson ;; RELIABLE REPAIRING. "EVERYTHING GUARANTEED."
good and Mrs. Frank Phillips, of Pine night for Baltimore with their daughter avenue, east. 8-3t
Bishop Cameron Mann left yester- Castle, were in Orlando yesterday af Miss Jessie, for medical consul- 3 xnzzm x EHZ ZZZO
day afternoon for Bradentown.Mr. FOR RENT-Furnished apartmentsfor JLimIMIMiMl
ternoon. tation at Johns Hopkins. They hope I light housekeeping, with all con-
T. Willie Lawton, one of Ovie- Mr. E. D. M. Perkins, one of Pine to return next week. Masters Thomas veniences; also sleeping porches. 307
do's leading merchants, was. in Or- Castle's live wires and leading mer- and Seymour will remain at homein East Pine| between Liberty and Lake
lando yesterday on business.Mr. chants, was transacting business in the care of a neighbor.Mr. streets. ll-8-6t

W. L. Dolive' left yesterday for Orlando yesterday.Mr. and Mrs. A. Eaton arrived Fri- FOR RENT-Furnished for light eA
Tampa to visit his son, Mr. Henry L. and Mrs. Chas. F. Nason and day from Indianapolis, Ind., and will housekeeping, suite of large, pleas-
Dolive. son, Master Roger, have arrived for join their daughter, Mrs. John M. ant rooms; all modern conveniences;
Miss Louise Curtis, of the Cathe- the winter from Brattleboro, Ver- Braly, 201 West Central avenue. Mr. also two nice sleeping rooms; private
family; close in. 312 North Main St.
dral school, is spending the week-end mont. They will occupy their pretty and :Mrs. Eaton spent one winter in 11-8-Gtc. New
with her parents in Titusville. home, 700 West Amelia avenue. Orlando, and like most of our visit- Grocery
Messrs. G. M. and Wm. Jacobs, rep- Mrs. F. M. Gillette, who arrived recently ors, were anxious to come again. FOR SALE-Refrigerator, nearlynew
sell at half J. II. Harvey -
resentative citizens of prosperous from the North for another Miss Susan Dyer, who will give two ; price. have finished
Washington, east. 8-lt remodeling our store and now have
Chuluota, transacted business in Or- season, has moved to her home, 112 selections on the violin at the benefit '
lando yesterday.Mrs. East Amelia avenue, which she pur- concert at the Lucerne theater today, FOR RENT-Reasonable; nice unfur- ; ; the Finest Grocery in Orlando, and one of the largest
J. H. King and attractive chased a few days ago. is the musical director of the orchestra nished rooms; or will furnish if desired -'
; only three blocks from business ,; ; and most modern in the state. We will have a BIG
daughters, Misses Martha and Nellie, lIon. Robert McNamee, editor of at Rollins College. Miss Dyer has part of city; modern conveniences.

.... Phone 153. Call 13 Hughey St. : OPENING on
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11-8-tfc Inquire No. 8 West Washington St. i Saturday, Nov. 7th


FOR SALE-Couple of good build- is invited. Good music
i.; ; Everyone and refreshments.
ing lots. Call 602 Lafayette street
Concord Park. 1186t'OSTEOPATHY

Dodge Dodge I I


Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo CARUTHERS & GORE

extra charge tor house treatmentTelephone I Phone 200
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to adults only. 409 Delaney street.

WANTED-Salesman and Col-
Notices ef Lost VTinttd. Fur Sate. J.r lector, apply to Singer Sewing Machine vtk3E I
R.nt, etc.. for this enluran. 2:0.: :. f'-t 'n* day Co., Orlando, Fla. 10-14-tf r
I SOc. fir Ihrre day., or U.LO for cat mik. for
25 ...rd* r lew. Monty matt accompany FURNISHED ROOMS and board for
the ad.trti.ementr for this column, .. n* six adults. Address Kentucky Home
:trtUn* will be made on credit. 511 Palmer street, Orlando, Lake
Cherokee., 10-17-lm ORLANDOray :
FOR SALE-One horse. 613 Veach --
street. 11-,*-t.::' FOR SALE
Nursery stocK one, two three and
FOR SALE OR RENT-Attractive four year old buds; Foster Early,
seven room house furnished or u .- Pineapple, Java Homosassa Wash-
furnished; best residence section. ington NaveL Address Mrs. M. Kahle., Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimeMMMMMMMIOMMMMMMMM
Also fine building lots on lake at a Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
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Address Owner, care Sentinel cr FOR SALE BY II. C. McDAMEL 14 lit I... . II .' MMMOilCMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM III 1111 t M t t.,;01,.........
phone 520. 10-31-lm I MM .. . .1 ,' MMMMMMMMMImportant H t I ....aSUSr
7 Room stucco cottage, near Eola; I' *
INVESTIGATION FOR SALE-Good boat wagon; c..n located right; built right; will be sold I-
be used for hunting; cheap. H. C. right. I:
McDaniel. 10-23-1m 21 of Orlando's most desirable I_ : : ESS
A small tract of fine land building lots, near Lake Eola; will be
2/2 miles from Court House, FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants Charleston ;- sold only to people agreeing to build
on one of the first roads to Wakefield $1.00 per thousai.d. houses in keeping with the location.
Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. 10 Acres on north side of Lake

be Orange bricked.trees, one acre in 10-28-tf cleared Ivanhoe;,suited overlooking for a home Orlando site;;good all friendships result from the right introduction, arid

Strawberries Banana Grove FOR RENT-Five room house, practically land.
good well new. Inquire Hand's Fur- 18 1-2 Acres land about 17 acres in the most important ones come through the right banking con-
on premises good
niture Store, Pine street. 10-20-tf 5 year old budded grapefruit and or-
size Nursery.We anges; 21-2 miles from city limits; nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We
can plainly demonstrateto FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with overlooks 4 lakes; nothing better in
you that this is the great- garage; elegantly furnished; on Florida for the price. invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-
Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. 10-23-1m '
est value in a small tract of
land to be found in the coun- 8-27-tf- -- est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .

ty.Ve shall be pleased to FOR SALE-Beautiful dwelling, Atlantic Coast Line
give all information at our thoroughly modern, 7 'large rooms
bath screened sleeping porch, 10 foot 5-TOURIST TRAINS;5
office. We are exclusive hand- from BANK & TRUST CO.tllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItI'I
veranda near in. Southern exposure .
lers of this
property. lot 71x138 bearing trees etc.-Apply NORTH AND WEST
207 Rid ewood Ave.
11-1-8t "Dixie Flyer"
"Dixie Limited""Seminole : ::: :1':.'II'.1.'I..l
f ORlANDO BUILDING & LAND CO FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. Limited" ,
Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas- "Montgomery Houte""South ---
II North Orange Avenue tle. 9-18-tf Atlantic Limited" I'.01 Hi MMMMMMMMMMMMMM MMMM+ .1111111111111 MMMMIIIMMMMIIIIlMM >
i Pullman cars from Chicago St. Louis, .... It. MMMMMMMMiMM.
Indianapolis Cincinnati Louisvilleand
PHONE 608 Roll
FOR SALE-A good Top
intermediate points to Jackson-
t OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL Desk and Chair. Been used very lit- ville, Fla. <
. tle. Call on W. C. Sherman, Rock Dining Cars <
San Jua Hotel.
Building opposite via CLOTHINGOur
H. BRYANT Standard Railroad of the SouthJ.
i DAYIS A GILES, Counsel. FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.,
I F. A. PEPPERCORN, Contractor.A hammock land; eight in grove; the Hillsboro Hotel Tampa Fla.
present crop of oranges will be from A. W. FRITOT D. P. A.,
J 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all ,told 38 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. new stock ofII
ready for s.tting-l0 acres in lake
DAILY LESSON IN HISTORY one and quarter miles from Apopka. "
Price, 5000. Address W. H., Box

November 8 178, Orlando Fla. 9-23-tf DressmakingMrs. II Fall and Winter j

FOR ,SALE-Or a five-passenger trade automobile for real estate in- I Clothing |

One Hundred Years Ago Today nice shape. Address No. 112 West R. S. Cohoon has
1814-The British ship "Leander" Church street, city. 10-4-1m resumed her dressmaking -

captured the American privateer and is now locatedin Made by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in
schooner "General Putnam" off Cape FOR SALE OR RENT-Beautiful ,
Sable. new cottage, Highland avenue and Room 4, Way building,

Fifty Years Ago Today Bruce Park lake Perry,in at Water Sunshine Works.Park. R. on she Orange avenue invites, where all and we are anxious for you to see our
1864-Abraham Lincoln was re- 10-25-1m.
elected president of the United States. ladies needing anything
New and class Best
high tailoring.
FOR RENT-A Modern seven-room Styles
t Twenty-five Years Ago Today house furnished all conveniences.Lake in the wearing apparelline ,
1889-Montana, the 41st state in Cherokee. P. O. Box 215. to call and see her.
I order, was admitted to the Union by 11-4-6t place in the city to buy clothing.
_ proclamation of the president.
|t Fifteen Years Ago Today FOR RENT-Housekeeping rooms;
also 6-room furnished flat. Call
Real Estate
t. 1899-England relinquished her ter- 301 Church street. ll-4-6t Boughtand
i :ritorial claims in Samoa.

't Five Years Ago Today FOR RENT Light housekeepingrooms. Sold.City M. SLEMON
1909--Lieutenant Shackleton the 506 DeLaney St. Mrs Jno.F. tw.

Antarctic explorer, was knighted by Empie. ll-3-6t Building Lots $100; $1.00 cash I

King Edward. FOR RENT-All or part furnished and $1.00 per week buys a Lot

comfortable old-fashioned 5-room RENTS COLLECTED .IMIMIIIIitlMMMM"I MIIMtMillilllllllMtlilMMIiniillllMMIIMIIMMIIIMMMMMIilllMMM. 1111 I J I I I I . . I lit I I II I111 1111".11.111 *.
OUR DAILY BIRTHDAY PARTY cottage, call 712 S. Division street, I
or phone Johnson No. 67. ll-7-3t '
Notary Work Promptly and Neatly
Done.NoPoHATCHERI, I .1 e .. II II t t I e I ...... I 111 I} III t t, ,1111, .
November 8 FOR RENT-Small flat modern conveniences 11- tf 'IIII'I""II"I'IIII"IIII"I"I"III'IIIIII"1".1',1 ,
Vice-Admiral Sir Douglas Gamble unfurnished. Jas. A. '
in command of the fourth battle Knox. 11-3-tf

!t squadron of the British navy, born FOR RENT-Seven room house; water ORLANDO,FLORIDA I 46r" on fi7dlwwgdAxminster /
58 years ago today.Dr. gas, electric lights, bath, etc.; i
Henry H. Apple, president of barn stable chicken house; lot 100 by Office at Pinehurst ParkP.
Franklin and Marshall college bornin 200 avenue.feet. Apply at 735 North 10-31-tf Orange 0. Box 281

Mercersburg, Pa., 45 years ago to- PHONE 405: 10-8-lm

day.Patrick POSITION WANTED-Young man Rugs
W. Donahue, former well wants position as stenographer or
known catcher of the Boston American bookkeeper, or both. Small salary to Wood Wood Wood
start. Thoroughly competent. Sober
League baseball club, now in the steady and reliable. Address "C. W."

Southern 0., 30 years League ago,today.born in Springfield care Sentinel. 11-5-tfc Excellent Core Pine Wood Sup !i 9x12 high grade Rugs, former price $25,

FOR RENT-Furnished 7 rooms and plied in any quantity s
WATCH FOR THE LITTLE bath on Lake Eola; all modern ji sale price $18.75.Remember
STORES AD conveniences; newly papered and : .
Eggs fresh from the country, guaranteed painted. Apply 217 East Robinson
:35 cents doz. avenue. 1163teodMISCELLANEOUS SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE I
The Best Baldwin Apples, 38 cents STRANDS OR MORE ji : all of our goods are fresh from the

Wine per Saps peck., 35 cents per peck. : : factories. We do not buy old furniture stores out i
Imported Bananas 20 cents per doz.

Florida Chestnuts Bananas from the 10 cents hills, per 15 doz.cents VVANTE companion D-Refined; Northern white woman woman pre-as ELDREDGE BARLOW ji : and ship the goods here and try to palm the goods

per pound.Tomatoes, 8.cents.,per pound. ferred Address; good GYZ home Sentinel.; moderate 7-lw-eod salary. Telephone 375 I off for new and fresh stock.

Don't complain of hard times and
the high cost of living, come over to TWO GENTLEMEN roomers wanted. South Street, near A. C. L.

the your little where Quality the guaranteed.prices suit 10-31-2w 313 West Central avenue. Tracks We give coupons with all cash sales. ;;

Votes given with all cash 9-1-1m
purchases. MR. HOME SEEKER-The Rose to ,
THM ORLANDO SPECIALTY CO. see for Real estate of Quality, and
109 West Church Street special bargains in all lines is Clar-
10-7-tf ence W. Rose 308 North Main street.

For Sale 10-27-10t Anniher Big BargainFive Kincaid & Snowden
3. Acres citrus and vegetable land TWO FURNISHED ROOMS at 221
20 fenced 10 cleared crop on it now, Robinson avenue, on Lake Eola.
ready for planting trees this winter 10-31-3w
and crop next spring; near school and
acres with beautiful lake
church good neighborhood; half mile of; four railroad miles station from; WANTED an orphan boy permanent 12 years home of age.for front, just outside the city lim- Low Priced Furniture House. II
Inquire 106 Gould street. 11-4-6t I
court house. Special price if taken in its, and on a hard road only
next 30 days. Box 4, Orlanda.
10-25-tf MRS. HORTON'S Chrysanthemumsare five minutes walk to the new Cor. Main andPine Sts. Orlando, Florida
on sale at Estes' Drug Store,

A.and W.cement DOWDELL worker.plasterer 516 W. Church mason Store Pierce and Electric 710 Kuhl Co.,avenue.McElroy's Drug 4-6t six brick room road.frame Improved residence with, new Ga- 'I : \\\\\ 1iI"I;;: -; ;, : ': :: : :: : : : I : : : : : : : : : : f :::: : ::

St. Phone 420. 10-25-1m CLASSES IN DRESSMAKING AND rage and Poultry House. 200 -- -
ART filling up rapidly. Come early Grapefruit and Orange trees I A. B. MOOREPlain j
Who is your painter and decorator while you can get best attention. Vis- GORDON'S CARRIAGE .
If you are satisfied keep the one you itors welcome. Studio in Watkins that will bear next season, also [
have No. 636.; if not, phone W. T. Entrican 1-20-tf, block. Miss Echols. 11-1-6t 100 trees of choice Florida fruits I-AND- and Decorative Painting

WANTED-Dressmaking of any kind for home use. This is a beauti- Paperhanging and Kalsominin

At FASHIONABLE 208 East Robinson DRESSMAKING reasonable.all work guaranteed Mrs.J. A.and Evans.prices Phone very ful location and a great bargainat BAGGAGE TRANSfERL. DR. L. H. RAMSDELi. First-class work rood material and I

Berke formerly with Miss avenue.Hovermale.Misses 220. No. 200 East Robinson avenue. $3800- OPTOMETRIST reasonable prices. ro j b too large I
10-3-lm 10-29-2w or too smalL Drop me a postal, and i
(Successor t. Dr. O. P. Likiu)
T. HARRELL!:: Prop. we will talk it over. 1 t
NOTICE ern home not excelled in the citv
Get your roses now and have lots I for location and surroundings. Kitchenette Piano and Furniture FIT GLASSES, GRIND' LENSES A. B. MOOREP. I
of bloom through the winter. Roses
if desired. 14 E.
now ready for shipment.. I door to the Wyoming. Amelia 11-3-tf next tU S.8tb Orange AT, GrrasJ Floor' Moving a Specialty AND BO ALL KINDS OF O. Box o-24; Orlando
W. H. EROKAW, Salesman. l Phone Ne.
.J. ]]-&tf: Gl:: the news first in the Sentinel. 311 S E. Church S!. PHONE 487 OPTICAL REPAIRING 10-!>-lmr E

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bargain at once, $350.00.
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Chicago Stockyards Will Be I I i r

Closed Mouth Because Disease-Disin-of Foot and DANN'S TRANSFER "'

fecting Begun I: Dr. B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.

Chicago, Nov. Disinfecting of
the empty pens at the Chicago Union Livery, Draying and HaulingWE
stock yards began today in prepara-
tion for the complete shutdown, be-
cause of foot and mouth disease, that
will be in effect from Saturday until GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
November 15th.
There are 540 acres to be sprayed,
including 13,000 pens, 725 chutes and
27 miles of water troughs. Eight 2
hundred men will be employed' in the :
work. ; Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited '
Supplementing the federal quaran- :
tine against interstate movement of HORSES FOR SALE 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON
cattle from Illinois the state live stock
board has prohibited after Saturdayall i 'Phone 257.
cattle shipments between points Florida I 11 Hn sepower GUARANTEED 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic i

within the state. I v I I Mechanical Oil Pump, Step'Starter and 66 Refinements] $rih j
Meat packers said today there
would be no tie-up of their industryas 8275.00 ]
present supplies of cattle were suf- ,
ficient to keep the plants busy during I f & 129 Orange Ave;, 1
almost all the quarantine period. MMMIOIMMIIII Wright U.l-lpert
Few new cases of the disease were Ii" f Orlando, Fla. A a

reported today. The six hundred cattle i IMIMIIMMIMMMMMIMIMH" II'I'IGII"II. 1111
held to blame for the presence of Tile EoIa PaCkill I
the disease in Chicago were destroyed. COffipallyj 1111111111"IQIIIQI'.ill' .' . . . .
Eighteen prize cattle out of a lot of ". !Ml ,.... .. ,,, .. "" '" '' ' '"
one thousand exhibited last week at 'ij J
the national dairy show were killed.B. I
J. Shanley, state veterinarian, said II I
the remaining prize cattle brought II ; t IN OFFICE OR i!
here from twenty states and Canada I; : Packers and Shippers of Citrus t DWELLINGQUICK
would be held for developments.The .
national live stock show set for! Fruits and Vegetables. ,
one week beginning November 28th, i I t % RELIABLE II:
probably will be called off. I I will operate alone under above name and shall appreciate WARMTH AND i
the business of all who have and any who have
A DAILY LESSON IN HISTORY not patronized me in the last three years. For informa- 4

Ii I tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossing SUPPLIEDBY
November 7 I of Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure BY
One Hundred Years Ago Today
1814-Gen. Jackson, at the head of ; building, which I am equipping with Mauld's latest ma-
3,000 men, appeared before the Span- chinery and can consequently give you same service
ish town of Fensacola' to drive out the which has always spoken for itself.

British, who blew up the fort, and in My efforts will be to sell all Dossible before resorting
vessels retired from the r
their seven i
; ; to distribution.

enty-five Years Ago Today W. A. DADE Gen. GAS HEATERS
1839-The emperor of Russia issued Manager.
a ukase permitting the title of THE ORIGINAL COPPER REFLECTOR GAS HEATERS
citizen of the first class to be held by 9-18-2 m ORLANDO, FLORIDA
any Jew worthy of it. marvelous beaters """" '-
Fifty Years Ago Today .iimMIIHHMIMIHMMIHIHMUMMMIMimiMMMMMIIMIMIMMIMMM develop beat quickly;
1S64-The second session of the they do not vitiate or

second Confederate congress met at I III II' II ft II I. ... '1 dry up. the air. ,
Richmond. The SEZHOH is the Original 4
Fifteen Years Ago Today THE CHASE & CO Copper Reflector Gas Heater. /. '
1899-A military expedition on It heats by nature's own '
board of transports, under General method-that of reflected heat a
Wheaton, captured Dagupan, Philip- ii PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs jj From its shining copper plate '
Islands.' it casts a cheerful
modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- the floor and furniture,quickly upon 4
date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the
the entire
SOUTHERN LEAGUE MEETING bringing room to an
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PROPER PACKING even,healthy temperature. !
Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 7.-Offi-
. cials and directors of the Southern FIRST AID TO WE WILL BE CLAD TO SHOW YOU THE VARIOUS STYLES .

Baseball League rounded up here today HIGHEST PRICES r,

for their annual meeting. Priorto which, however, would not accomplish the end desiredby .
going into executive session lead- the grower, if he did not also have available the services -
ing spirits of the organization expressed -

side of routine the opinion business that would little' receive out- ofTHE CHASE & CO ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

attention, excepting to determine the
policy to be followed by the repre-
sentatives of the league at the meet- DEPARTMENT
ing in Omaha next week of the Na- which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, experienced -

tional Association of Minor Leagues. competent and reliable. .HMMIIilli... Mill ... ... .... .. . . . .' ..
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for re-election without opposition. HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS

\OTICE-ROSES CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED me now, while I have the timeto general laundry work, French I buy, sell, rent, and exchange real f
Owing to the cool weather, our GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTSCH look it over and familiarize myself dry cleaning, and pressing will be appreciated estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla.,
roses are now ready for transplanting. -I with the talking points. I made the Satisfaction and service over 30 years. Have handled over
All orders booked for first ship- largest number of sales last winter guaranteed. Open September 28th. $20,000,000. Call and see me.
ment should be here by the 10th of ASE & CO. and expect to do even better this win- Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry, 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.If .
November.W.. ter. My prospects are beginnig to arrive for whites only. 9-25-tf
II. BROKAW, Salesman. and it might cause you to losea
11-3-tf Main Office, Jacksonville, Florida sale by putting it off. Call todayat Up to date painting, papering, etc., you have subscribed for the Sentinel ,
A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. 'I my new offices in the Watkins is the kind you want. Where to getit and are not receiving your pa- :
T. F. IIOURIHAN, Licensed and list
Plumber. building property.
Conscientious work at fair prices. 9-30-d&w I WALTER W.your ROSE, ? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. per, you will do a favor by notifyingus
Phone} C29. lOG Court St. 8-23-tf, umimiiiMMiifcMfl .iiiihiiftiiiiii. u..u.uu 1.1 Real Estate. Phone 555. .Entrican. 1-23-t.: i at once.
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brief but masterly summing up of ex-
isting conditions among the warring
The business manager of the High
School Echo, Kimble Hughes, reports
that his department is making very
satisfactory Practically all '. ,
progress. .
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of the 500 copies which it is pro- s '
posed to issue for the first edition,
have been subscribed for. The man-
agement is now commencing a cam-
For To-day--- paign for advertising. It is to be EJf -
hoped that they receive as hearty sup
port in this as in the campaign for
Tomorrow and every other day, you'll finda subscriptions, and there is every rea- z-,

check account with the State Bank mighty son to believe that this will be the .tuiiIiI DO YOU UNDERSTAND

handy in keeping an accurate record of your I case, judging by'the readiness with .
which advertisements have been ob-
money affairs. tained from those business men thus i Ii It I II 1 low you can personally be ianoSttctl -
:far approached on the subject.
Take note-how many men
: Friday morning the high school orchestra by tbc advantages accruing to :
pay you in cash? Very lew-for businessmen I gave their weekly concert. the
HI II 11 It 1 commmunity byThe ;
cannot take chances by carrying money: i That harmonious melody' "I'm Awful

about. The safe way is the business-like I Glad I'm Irish," was rendered with
bank checks. ,great skill and expression, and, needless Federal Reserve Act ?
way-our I to say, brought down the house. 1
Try paying with checks. The applause lasted several minutes,
Call, telephone write
but sufficient time did not remain for or and we will

The State Bank of Orlando another selection.The 41 it Ii II 1 mail our booklet---just out---which
German Club held a meetingthe :
first of the week, for the purposeof .t i: [ j i:1: explains this act fully and clearly. :

reorganizing. Last year's officerswere .. '
unanimously re-elected for the a s
coming year, upon motion by Kimble iIllhI I'T U'r
Hughes. These officers were: Miss 1
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Ruth McCullough, president; Miss '---' : + ,.
Theresa Warner, vice-president; Miss
Annie Crux, secretary-treasurer. :-: f :;f :
NOTICE"Baby" SOLD FINE GROVEMr. After this the members outlined

Lewis, daughter of :Mrs.I I plans for the year and, after callinga ,
W. L. Lewis, is a candidate in the J. B. :Mills, one of Clarcona's meeting for next Friday, adjourned. '

contest at the Lucerne theater. She enterprising citizens, was among the : '. .. ... .... .. .,, .
has been a candidate from the first : ; -
and is running a strong race. visitors to Orlando yesterday. :Mr. NOTICE TO PUBLICMr. ':
11-7-6tc Mills has sold his and : J. L. Dean, proprietor of the ::0"1. : -.. ill} 4
recently large @ J
City Drug Store, wishes to announceto : ; .. .. .. .: .. .. .? tJ. ?
in t f! :
prolific grove west Orange to Mr. the public' that his store is open .- -.r. ;:
Servia and Turkey have gone to William McCormack, of Laddonia,:Mo. all night. Phone 632. ll-7-4tc .
war "without a formal exchange of ::Mr. Mills has not yet decided what he . .
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declarations," just like the great pow- will do, but thinks he will move to Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's .': :'". -,
ers. Orlando. Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf .

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

Off usual Low Prices. Come in now while the stock is unbroken, 'twill pay you.


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: Most t Wonderful Sale of Silks at The Big Store


r! We Give An eagerly awaited money saving event will begin We Give


l With Every and last for one week. If you have a silk want it would be With Payment

Cash like wasting money to miss such a magnificent opportunity. Of All

I Purchase Here! Ready! Choose! Amazing Bargains with sure satisfaction Bills

in every yard. ,


BLACK CHIFFON TAFFETA SILKS, as soft PANNE VELVA, a silk of unusual charm, rich
I as satin, pure dye and full 36 inches wide, SILK POPLINS, you know this graceful silk colorings and shimmering finish, 42 inches
$1.25 quality, in this sale 89c and wool I Poplin. Silk wedded to wool; wide, $1-75 quality, in this sale for $J 1 1.48
beauty linked to service. Rich enough
for evening reliable enough for street
42 inches wide, quality
------- a superior quality
grade and supple, with a radiant
s sheen. $1.50 quality, in this sale ________ 98c rich in finish and appearance, 42 Inches i
r wide, $2.50 quality, in this sale *p ..liOCREPES
t CHIFFON TAFFETA SILKS, soft as satin, CREPE DE CHINE, it is 40 inches wide, a full
of colors, in street and evening a beautiful selection in plain, stripesand
J rich in colors and quality, 36 inches wide, range .
full shades.Though we have established a repu- Jacquard patterns, practically every
! range of colors, $1.75 quality, in this
f sale _________________________________$ 1.29 tation on this Crepe de Chine as the shade. is represented, 65c. and 75c. qual44 C
. best in Orlando at $1.50, we break the price ity, In this sale ----------------------- .
! for this sale $1.19 '

SOFT CHIFFON TAFFETAS, rich colorings, .
new tinted evening shades, full yard wide, -i i rt SILKS, a big lot in plain and fancy, these goods
$1.50 quality in this sale _$ -. are odd lots and some of them worth up to 25c
75c., your choice in this sale
MESSALINES SATINS,' not the skimpy
Weight, but a full weight satin with a twill
SILK POPLINS, a fabric adaptable to the mode
of the moment, one of the many big values back to insure wear. Every thread in pure SILKS, in plain and fancy floral and figured designs -
in silk; we have them in black and all colors, large of colors, worth to
our silk sale. Black and colors, in this 79 range up
t sale --------_________________________ 98c a regular $1.00 quality, special inthis sale C 50c., your choice in this sale __________u 19c


Yowell-Duckworth Co .

I F Orlando's Largest Store, 'Quality Did It." I



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