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 12, 1914
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
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Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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).
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Other Battlegrams From War Hotel Will Be Under the
Report That They Are in
,| Zone Indicate That Fighting OPENED YESTERDAY I DOWNS Management: of Mrs. Chas.D. FROM NORTH
Full Retreat From -
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London, Nov. 11.-A widely her- London, Nov. ll.-A dispatch to have been sent to
By Mayor Sperry Distin- German Terror Was Badly Will Come in Two Private
alded announcement was made yes- the Exchange Telegraph company many residents in Orlando statingthe jl j

terday that the German retreat from from Athens says: guished Citizens Traversed Damaged by Australian opening: on Thanksgiving day, Coaches Over Seaboard i

"It is 'earned that a conspiracy has November 26th, of the new "Chuluota
Belgium was becoming general and Orlando's Latest Im- Cruiser-Is Still Accompanied by Road
broken out at Constantinople againstthe Inn" at Chuluota. This new and
that it was only a question of a few
Germans and Young Turks. The provementUnder Burning I beautiful hotel, constructed of brick, Official
until the Germans would in
days be ,
chief arrested and has electric -
conspirators were lights and contains all
full retreat. This report received a shot. auspicious circumstances I London Nov. 11.-The official I of the most modern and up to date That Orlando and this section of 1

severe blow today when dispatchesfrom "The population of the Ottoman Kuhl avenue was opened to traffic press bureau announced tonight that I sanitary arrangements. It is situ- Florida will be visited by more tour-

French battle fields reportedthat capital, becoming much excited as a yesterday morning. The opening was H. M. S. Niger was torpedoed by a ated on Lake Catherine and commands ists this winter than ever before has {

result of the Turkish defeats Sunday, featured by the large number of not- German submarine in Downs this I an exquisite view in the most been demonstrated by the number of 1
not have the Germans rallied -
only visited resentment on a number of able citizens and distinguished city morning, and foundered. All the offi- attractive lake region of fair Florida. early arrivals who have alreday come
all along their front, but have Germany non-commissioned officers officials who participated in the auto- cers and crew were saved, but four The announcement of the formal to this city. That more are coming,

succeeded in driving the allies out of whom they attacked." mobile parade. The beautiful new were injured. There is thought to be opening of this hotel on Thanksgiving and that Orlando will be brim-full in J

Dixmude and the town of Eloi, southof | An Amsterdam dispatch to Reu- highway embraces portions of South no loss of life whatever. The Nigervas day comes as a welcome surpriseto a short time was verified yesterday I

Ypres, and won distinct advantage ter's Telegram company says: Orange avenue, Gore avenue and \ comparatively an unimportantunit many who will attend the func- by a special delivery letter to The ;

in the navy. tion. The Sentinel from Glens Falls, N. Y. 1
around > "Dutchmen returning from Ant- Kuhl avenue. hotel will be under the
Armeniterres and LaBassee
capturing thousands of allied soldiers werp report that the distress thereis In the automobile parade were i The Niger was classified as a tor- management of Mrs. Chas. D. Brum- The party from Glens Falls will j

and a score of machine very great and that the depots of Mayor Sperry, G. R. Ramsey, city I pedo gunboat, and with others was ley. consist of fifty people who will be a

Official dispatches tonight guns. from the American committee for the relief -I engineer, Carl Jansen, city clerk, and used in the mine sweeping and toI ---- personally conducted by Arthur W. .

both Berlin and Paris that the of the Belgians are besieged from : Commissioners S. A. Johnson and H. I I give the fisheries ''protection. The I Cary, of Glens Falls, an old winter 1

Germans have won successes agree in the 8 o'clock in the morning until 2 Clark Robertson. In addition to these I sinking of the Niger, however, marks WILL WAR OMCARRAMLA :tourist of Orlando, and known to the

last few days' fighting. Dixmudewas o'clock the next morning by a multi- were many residents of that district. | the real invasion of the British coast people in this community. Mr. Cary

tude of starving Belgians."A I The demonstration yesterday morn- I by the German submarines. The will occupy his home at 702 Broad- I
taken by storm after a day of I Was Declared by Convention
furious fire occurred Monday in the ing was an interesting one and it requires Downs section is on the Kentish coast way street.
fighting. Further south of
just south of the headlands which Garrison Not to WithdrawU. The party from Glens Falls will
Dixmude the Germans crossed the railway station at Antwerp, destroy- I little mental effort to realize

Yser canal west of Langemarck, ing forty wagons with' provisions and I j what paving will do for the future : guard the entrance to the Thames. S. Troops From leave that city November 17th, leav-

where 2,000 allies were captured, and fodder. I of Orlando. The link is now complete I Vera Cruz ing New York on the Old Dominion J

and Kuhl avenue makes the Sydney Gave Emden Great Pounding Line Steamship Thursday, November
machine taken. The allies
have fallen back guns Allies Victorious route a continuous one. The next London, Nov. 11.-A dispatch to I Aguas Calientes, Nov. 11. Bulletin 18th, going thence to Old Point Com-
at several places, I
the Central News from its Melbourne War "First Chief" fort. From there two steel
but official statements say this has London, Nov. 11.-An Exchange step will be the completion of the I i : against Car- private I

been done for strategic reasons. Telegram dispatch from Pekin says paving around Lake Lucerne. correspondent says that the gunnery I I I ranza was officially declared by the coaches will convey the party to Orlando -

of the German cruiser Emden was convention of generals here at 6:15 arriving at the Seaboard sta-
that the allies have
The determination of the Germansto captured I
reach Calais and Dunkirk on the Tsingtau two German gunboats, one OPENING FIELD & CO. TODAY good in the beginning of the fight off i j. o'clock tonight. Generals Obregon tion at 6:05 p. m. November 20th.

Cocos island with the Australian and Antonio Villareal, earlier in the Mr. C. S. Cannon, traveling pas-
and five
French destroyer, transports. Many I
coast appears to be as firmas !
The formal of Field & Co.
German non-combatants have been j opening cruiser Sydney but deteriorated later. afternoon, telegraphed the conven- senger agent for the Seaboard Air
ever. Today's advices tell of the
will occur this afternoon at 3:30 The German boat had two funnels tion that they would support Car- Line, will accompany the party and
taken off the island of Yap, which
resumption, great ferocity, of
o'clock in its rooms in the Rock build- shot will look after the interest
siezed away and caught fire astern ranza in the event of hostilities be- personally
the battle around Nieuport and the i was recently by Japan, and
; ing opposite the San Juan hotel. within an hour. She is now ashore tween Guiterrez and Carranza fac- and comfort of all the tourists. "
river Lys. This is the first time that are being transferred to the American -
Archie Field, proprietor, has sparedno and continues to burn.A tions. Those who will be in the party, in
Nieuport has been mentioned in the consulate at Nagasaki.
time or money to make his store landing party from the Emden addition to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W.

official reports since the cutting of one of the finest in Orlando. He car- before the fight had commandeeredtwo Not to Withdraw Troops Cary, are: Mr. and Mrs. George L.
Will Seize
the dykes flooded the surrounding I Copper ries cigars, confectionery! and will months supplies from the Coco Washington, Nov. 11.-Secretary Cary and son, Lucius, Mr. and Mrs.F. .
country and caused the German artil- Washington, Nov. 11.-Great Brit- haa luncheonette. The interiorhas of War Garrison said this afternoon, .
islanders. The people were well T. Harrington, Mr. and Mrs. P.
lery to stick in the mud. ain will seize from the United
copper been decorated. when informed that Carranza will
beautifully treated.A W. Tompkins and wife, Mr. and Mrs.
The German successes at Lange- I States to Italy, destined to "bearer," I I I comply with the demands of the
Reuter Telegram companyh "dis- W. B. Spinks, Mr. and Mrs. EdwardS.
marck, LaBassee and Armentierres or proven to be for shipment to bel THE WEATHER United States the withdrawalof
from Peking sajV it is reported upon Scales and daughter, Cynthia, Mr. _
indicate they have almost restored a ligerents.Jap. American from Vera Cruz
Florida: Fair Thursday. Friday there that the Emden was driven I troops and Mrs. Augustus Hubert, Mr. and -
straight north and south line from I that he had not ordered the withdrawal
partly cloudy; probably rain in extreme ashore on the rocks and severely Mrs. J. H. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs.
Ostend to Lille by way of Ypres. Torpedo Boat Sinks of and did not intendto
northwest portion. damaged and that she has broken up. i George. Sweet, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
The battle continues to rage about Tokio, Nov. 11.-Official announce- I do so until directed by the presi- W. Fuller, Mrs. Mary Vermette, Mrs.S. .

Lille.A ment is made that torpedo boat No. dent.
A. Talmage, Mrs. Thompson, Mr.
Berlin report contains news that I 33 of the Japanese navy was sunk bya TO WINTER IN ORlANDO OF IMMENSE SERVICE The army when withdrawn will go and Mrs. Ainsworth, Mr. and Mrs.
the French have been driven from mine into at Texas Gal-
I early today at the mouth of I camp City, near I Kimball, Mr. E. D. Cary, Mr. OliverC.

the commanding heights of Viennesele I Kiau Chau bay while dragging for i veston. Mitchell, Mr. A. J. Sisson, Mr.

Chateau, which they occupied several -I mines. A majority of the crew was Head of Art Department of the Southern Express Company Is Secretary of State Bryan, while Paul Deapo, Mr. Dick Waters, Mr.

days ago, and have suffered rescued. Other boats madean admitting he had from I
torpedo guarantees
Curtis Publishing Companyto I' Distributing PamphletsWith Merritt DeVoll, Mr. Warren Allen,
heavy losses in attempting to recap attempt to tow No. 33 into shal- I Carranza, would not admit that they
I Mr. Lewis
Arrive in Orlandoin Names of Pro- i Lilly, Mr. James McNeil,
ture the
position. low water but failed. Six men onboard I were sufficient basis on which to and others.
No. 33 I a Few DaysMr. duce Dealers withdraw the It I many
I were killed or wounded trops immediately.

and three are missing. is understood now that the administration (
LINE-UP ANNOUNCED' I and Mrs. William K. Holmes I! W. T. Jamieson, agent for the
I officials will next proceed to 1914 VITAL STATISTICS
and children Elizabeth and of''l Southern Express company, has re-
i I Dum-Dum Bullets Ralph, get ample guarantees from all of the ,
ceived number of dis-
| Berlin, Germany, by wireless, Nov. Merchantville, N. J., sailed from Phil- ![ a pamphlets apparent heads of the government in
Cathedral School
Basket Ball I tributed in large quantities by the
j 11.-Lieutenant General Hellingrath, adelphia last Saturday on "The Persian" I Mexico. Officials are not preparedto Orlando Is Embodied in tile
which contains list of
Teams Will Have Game company a I
inspector of German military roads, i: say upon whose authority Mexicois From
and are expected to arrive in dealers in and shippers of fish, oys- Report-Excerpt
Friday Night-Have I with headquarters at Cambrai, in competent to act.
Orlando in a few days. They will be ters, shrimp, crab, fruits, butter, the Report Regard-
Trained Hard northetn France is
making public |
the guests of Mrs. Holme's sister, eggs, and other produce on the lines JUDGE PARKER TO RUN FOR ing Births
exhibitions of dum-dum bulelts found
I j
of the The list SUPERINTENDENTIt
Both the teams of the Cathedral on British prisoners and also of Brit-I Mrs. J. Frank Thoman, at "Bryn express company.
contains hundreds of names and will "Vital Statistics" for the six
school basket ball squad, the Won't : ish rifles equipped with a contrivance Mawr" grove. Mr. Holmes is head is understood that the county
be of great service in the disributionof months, January to June, have been
Lose and the Will Win, are confident i to cut off and perforate the points of'!' Democratic committee expects to calla
I of the art department of the Curtis farm products all along the line of issued from the executive offices of
that they will live up to their namesin .the bullets. II j primary some time about the mid-
Publishing company at Philadelphia. the company. the State Board of Health at Jack-
the game at the Armory Friday I The above information was given dle of December to supply the vacan-
I sonville. For the first half year Or-
night. A hard practice was held yesterday | out officially to the press in Berlin cy made by the resignation of W. J. lando showed 55 births and 78 deaths.

afternoon.The !! today. Little June Humphries Narrowly Escapes I Sears as school superintendent to The birth rate was 24 and the death

line up of the Will Wins is: take effect February 1, 1915, when
Forwards, Clara Holland (captain) I Terrible Threat by Turkish Forces I II Death When Hit By Auto Yesterday I he will take up his new duties as con- rate 35.The following excerpt from the report -

and Evelyn Spencer; centers, Gretchen "
I Washington, Nov. ll.-The gressman.
I -- relates to births. It is as follows -
Hodgson and Marion Jones; F. Parker has noti-
Judge George
of the Turkish forces at Bei-
I I A lesson was brought out yesterday into the highway, Mr. Donnell sig- :
guards, Dorothy Daniels and Helen fied the that will be in
Gazette he
rut in a formal note to the American "The
I afternoon applicable to motorists nalled his approach, the girl appar- great variations in the birth
Way; substitutes, Lillian Jones andAyleen the candidate for the
race as a su-
and intended
consul general for the
ently lost her head and before she rates, even between cities where col-
Vivian colors black and and to romping children playing in
; His formal
British French de- I perintendency. announcement -
and governmsnts,
could regain the pathway the left are probably fairly accurate,
white. The Won't Losers will line the public highways. It was a version I will just the
as soon as
clares for ::
that Musselman appear
every of interest. Low
I i i fender of Donnell's] Hudson roadster are rates, below 20,
up with Marian Smith and Jewel Din- killed in the bombardment of any of that apt motto, "Safety i struck her. I committee names a definite date for without doubt indicate only that reg-

kle, forwards; Ruby Shiver and Edna open and unfortified fort three British First," which should always be up- Mr. Donnell stopped his car, placedthe the primary.-Kissimmee Valley Ga- istration is incomplete, but in cities
Beck, centers Ella Taylor Slemons I
; I or French subjects will be immediately permost in the minds of pedestrians, girl in the hollow of one arm and zette. with high rates the differences can
(captain) and Bertha Langenbach
executed. automobilists and the traveling pub- drove to Dr. Person's office, where [ UNION THANKSGIVING SERVICE probably only be explained by vary-
guards; Jane Green and lone Neal, I
I The Turkish note says, moreover, lic. Little June's injuries were dressed. ing proportions of races, white, negro

There substitutes will ; colors, red and white. I that the commander declined to take Little June Humphries, six years She sustained a deep scalp wound Union Thanksgiving services will and other, and their racial differencesin
Le admission
the responsibility for any uprising old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert I which penetrated to the skull, and I be held this year at the Methodist fertility.

against Christians which might ensue Humphries, who reside two miles which required several stitches, and church, with the Baptist, Presbyterian "This matter of normal birth ratesis

SENTINEL READERSThe from such a bombardment. south of Orlando, was returning to I she also suffered several very severe and Methodist churches unitingin of great interest and of utmost importance -

I her home from school at 2 o'clock, bruises about the limbs. It was by service. Rev. E. T. Poulson, of to the future of the state

t Sentinel has a society columnof MURDER CASE DISMISSEDSan :: carefree, in a happy mood, and Utterly the narrowest fraction that she escaped the Baptist church, will preach the and the nation, and it is hoped birth

unusual interest. It is to be found oblivious to all about her. She death.Following. I! service this year. Last year the registration can be made accurate in

every morning on the local page, Antonio, Tex., Nov. .-District was walking with other little companions I! the dressing of the union service of these three churcheswas all Florida cities to allow safe conclu-

page five. The happenings in Or- Attorney Linden announced to on the brick road leading to wounds the little girl was taken to held at the Baptist church, Rev.J. sions to be drawn from their data. -

lando society are aptly recorded by the court today that the murder I Pine Castle. With her was Miss I the home of her parents by the kindhearted E. Wray preaching. Other Orlando "The primary importance, how- I

Miss Eliza Wright. Everything that charges against Victor E. Innes and I Mary Harris, an aunt. Mr. Donnell, who was deeply churches will hold special serviceson I ever, of birth registration from a

happens in Orlando society is faith- I wife, charged with the murder of Little June was on the side of the moved by the near tragedy. He Thanksgiving. health standpoint, is its use in the :

fully recorded by Miss Wright's bril- ( Beatrice Xelms and Eloise Nelms road when an automobile driven by |I stated that he was deriving very slow fight to reduce infant mortality and I

liant pen. If you wish to know what :I Dennis, of Atlanta, would be dis- I A. D. Donnell of Lake Conway, a well when the accident occurred and thatit Cosmopolitan for December at sickness. All should be interestedand I

is going on in society read her col I| missed next Monday. This is expected known fruit grower, approached. For t was very unfortunate that it hap- Curtis & O'Neal's. Watch our windows active in helping in every way

I" umn. J to end the case. *j I some reason the little girl stepped j j pened. I for novelties for the holidays. this great conservation movement." ;


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and Philathea Classes," Rev. E. TRUECHEAP .111,11,1"1" , "
SECOND ANNUAL MEETING Cullom Grimshaw. ,: J1
9:00-Addresses on "Social Service,
by J. C. Lanier, state secretary, YOUR
and Marcus C. Fagg, superintendent -
Baraca-Philathea Union to BeHeld Child rens' Home Society. WITH PAINT MEANSThe
at Palatka Next Week SUNDAY, NOV. 22nd 1914 WHETHER A COUNTRY ESTATEOR

." -Orlando AttendThe People to 6:30 First A. Baptist M.-Sunrise church.prayer meeting, paint which covers the largest A SMALL CITY LOT

visit Palatka Baraca
and Philathea classes. surface-Gives the longest service
second annual convention of 11:00-Services in the churches, BLUE PRINTS AND DETAILED PLANTING IN-
the Baraca-Philathea Union of Flor- preaching by visiting speakers. I -Lasts and looks well.THAT'S .
ida will be held at Palatka, Friday, Special music by massed choirs. 1
Saturday and Sunday, November 20, Sermon by Rev. Cullom Grimshaw.The .
21 and 22. Many from Orlando and Baraca-Philathea State Unionwas

Orange county will attend the con- organized in the city of Jacksonville Harrisons'"Town Werner F. Nehrling
vention. one year ago with Mr. A. D.

The program is as follows: Avant of Quincy, president; Miss I
FRIDAY, NOV. 20th, 1914 Marie Sanders of Arcadia, secretary; -- & Country"The LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT

(Presbyterian Church) and Mr. Charles W. Dudley of Jack- AND--
2:45 P. M.-Convention called to or- This is the first
sonville, treasurer result Hundred
of over a
Invocation, Dr. J. W. PurcelL regular meeting of the union and A b bO

Report of the president. much enthusiasm is being manifestedin Years Experience. you contemplate planting a citrus groveit
Report of the secretary. the effort to make it not only the /
Report of the treasurer. Get our free book "Cause & Effect." A will pay you to get my advice.
of World-Wide Union state first meeting, but a notable meetingof O
Reports secretaries. these class workers. It tells you many things you ought to know. (I Local Agent for BUCKEYE NURSERIES -

Appointment of committees. Special round trip rates of one-half Tampa, Fla.
3:15--Address, "The Outlook in the SOLD BY
fare plus fifty cents have been made .
World-Wide Field, D. Wngnon,
general secretary, World-Wide Ba- by the railroad companies from every Oltice Above PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK

raca-Philathea Union. town in the state, and tickets will be Jos. Bumby Hardware Co.
3:40-Address, "The 5 to 1 Contest on sale from November 18 to ,24, PHONE 570 n-io-tt
and How to Work It," Chas. C.
Teague Baraca-Philathea field sec- good for return November 25. For the last Twenty-five Years.MitttMMtHilMiifllMIMIIiilimiMMMM. t
4:00-Address, "The Junior Work,"
Gordon G. Siggleton, National Ba- DON'T NEGLECT
raca Secret Service secretary. 9 11I11 .
4 Symposium.. .
7:30 P. \ .-Banquet and reception to If It's Upset Mi-o-na Puts It Right
delegates. and Ends DistressIf
Address of welcome in behalf of you are one of the thousands who AND DEALERS IN
the city of Palatka Mayor Ken- cannot eat a simple meal without its
nerly. lying in the stomach like lead, fer- ;
All Varieties of Citrus Trees
Address of welcome in behalf of menting and causing painful distress, Leading \ \ s
the churches of Palatka, Rev. O. sourness and gas do no delay but get I
M. Poage. at once some \Ii-o-na-a simple pre- R. T. PEEL, Proprietor. _r
Response by President D. A. Avant. scription to be had at any druggist'sthat
Music\ by Chattaway orchestra. quickly and effectively ends Local Salesman TO SHARE IN PROFITS

SATURDAY, NOV. 21st 1914 indigestion and corrects bad stomachs.You Glen St. Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATE ', \ LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
(First Baptist Church) must not allow your upset stom- Box 11 R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando Florida. .
9:00 A. M.-Invocation, by Rev. ach to go from bad to worse for there '' Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
Q. Cason. P.I-will surely be longer periods of food I 924tfWHERE 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc-
Report of credentials committee. fermentation causing greater agony,I
Report of executive committee. I more gas, sick headache, unrefreshing 11,1"1".1,1",1111,0 I" C illll e II 0 ; HII.I ,1111 tion during that time:
New business. sleep, "blue spells," and nervous-
Election of officers. Touring Car $555.00
Invitation for and selection of ness.A few Mi-o-na tablets are just
II 505.00
place of 1914 convention. what you need. Use them freely at Runabout -
10:30-Address, "Secret Service," I
the first sign of distress. Mionanot F. O. II. Orlando. All ears folly equipped.
Gordon G. Singleton National Ba- only quickly ends the misery, but FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
raca Secret Service secretary.Educa-I helps to unclog the liver and strengthen I FOR WOMEN Further, we will be able to obtain the maiioare efficiencyin !
11:00-Address, "Christian the stomach-then your food is GAINESVILLE cur tmttmwr pw da ti.n. and the minimum east in or I
tion," Dr. A. P. Montague, presi- properly digested. j I I i TALLAHASSEE. purchasing and sales department if .we reach an output of I Iaoo.OOG
the above dates.And
dent Columbia College Lake City. car between
Mi-o-na is not only inexpensivebut I 1 College of Arts and Sciences;Normal School;
11:30-Address.' "The Teacher's Opportunity McElroy Pharmacy sells it with !I i School of Music; School of Expression; should we reach this production we agree to pay aa
and Responsibility,"Prof. to refund the if it : School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions: Liberal Arts: theFo'rd'VmV'betwein buyer's share from saO to $CO per car (on or .boat
II. W. Cox, University of Florida. agreement money School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming Law; Engineering; Agriculture; TeachersCollege every retail buyer who purchases a new
2:30 P. M.-Boat ride on the St. does not give satisfaction. T & T pool; basket ball and tennis courts;new andmodern Experiment Station; Extension Di- Auir'ust 1. 1S14 and August 1, 1915.
I buildings; beautiful campus; dormitories -: vision; Graduate SchooL Ten new brick buildings regarding these low prices and profit-
Johns river, by courtesy of the Pa- NOTICE-ROSES have all modern conveniences; new : besides gymnasium swimming pool and For further particulars
latka board of trade.St. Owing to the cool weather, our dining room and kitchen most hygienic in many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers instructors baring plan see
( James :M.: E. Church) for : Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 counties and assistants. 354 young men
ready transplanting.
roses are now .
and 12 states last session. 7:30-Devotional exercises. All orders booked for first ship- I TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last
"The Obligations of the Baraca and ment should be here by the 10th of SchooL Board and entrance fees for the TUITION FREE, Board and Entrance Fees 226
Philathea Classse to the Churches," I year 124.01k<: For catalogue write $132.50 per year. Write today for catalogueA. Phone
November.W. EDWARD CONRADL President. A. MWKPHREE. President.
Chas. C. Teague Baraca and Phi II. BROKAW, Salesman.
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for --------- -- ---- -
lathea secretary Georgia. 11-3-tf I
' 8:30-"A Closer Relation of the Pas-
tors and Superintendents to Baraca I Read the Want ads in The Sentinel
Get the
news in the Sentinel first.

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Sebring is not quite three years old; was located right in the forest, yet tcday it has paved streets, cement walks, electric lights,

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!. The Ridge lies about 200 ft. above sea level and is pretty sure of a breeze from the sea gulf much of the time.

, Sebring is surrounded by several fresh, clear, soft-water lakes, that are fairly alive with fish, and great bouncing big fellows, too,

t, many of them are. The town is l located on Lake Jackson, a most beautiful body! of water, five miles long and three wide. Around

j this lake are many attractive building sites, which sooner or later will be occupied by good homes.

t E f We invite you to call as soon as possible to gather more information, and go along with the first party to

! leave Orlando first part of next month. "



i I, Surplus Incorporated 25,000.00,OOo.00*paid up Orlando::: :: : 9 .. Florida.Total i : $50,000.00 Responsibility:- If OF

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BACK; ISSUES Geneva NotesGeneva i Ii I

Uneeda Biscuit Fla., Nov. 10.-Mrs. C. E. .Pin Street.JEWELER t. i i

STATEMENTSAYS Nourishment-fine fla- Master Patterson Clyde and, interesting have returned little home son, GRAND

vor-purity-cris after a pleasant visit with relativesand

RECENT ELECTION -wholesomeness. All friends at Palm Beach.

.w WAS ENDORSEMENT for 5 cents, in the Miss Lydia Geiger left Monday fora
OF WILSON moisture-proofpackage. visit to her sisters, Misses Nellie TCXDA.Y

and Georgia, at Pierson.

Declares Victory Was Completeand Mrs. R. B. Raulerson, of Fort make a specialty of Fine

That Gains in the Pierce, is visiting in Geneva. Watch, Clock and Jewelery Re-

Senate Were Very Rev. A. L. Hope filled his appoint- pairing; Diamond Setting,Ring MAE REILYOwing

GratifyingWashington ment at the Methodist church here and Spectacle Repairing.

Sunday morning. His Sunday even- Bring me repairs others have to the fact that a great number of people -

Nov. 11.-Secretary ing service, by previous arrange- failed to do, and I will repair I became confused on the date of appearance of
Bryan, back at the state department ment, given to Chuluota. Brother them satisfactorily or no charge. this
rJ was My prices are reasonable. 1 clever entertainer and at the request of these
today after his campaign trip West, I nefi is earnest and
Hope strong
an Miss I Mrs. has
I same people Reily ( Clyde Hooper)
issued a frrmal statement summarizing Gospel preacher. His sermons are
election results and declaring y consented to appear at this evening's performance.
forceful and far reaching. Any one CHAS. VATER
'they could not be considered other
listening to him can not fail to be
than an endorsement of the presidentand greatly benefited-in other words, "
JEWELEREast "Blood
Will Tell
his policies. helped to take a definite stand for ,
Part of the statement reads as follows GRAHAM CRACKERS I righteousness.Mrs. Pine Street, at Young's

: for Parrish and little son, from Repair Shop Essanay's masterpiece in three splendid reels.
A food
"The 1914 election can not be con- every day. N'orth Carolina, are visiting relatives 114d&wlmANNOUNCEMENT FRANCIS X BUSHMAN, winner of the world's

sidered other than as an endorse- Crisp, delicious and most popular photoplay star contest, plays the lead.A .
ment of the president and his poli- strengthening. Fresh Long, of Chuluota, visited her -- -- --- beautiful picture that may be called
cies. baked and fresh de daughter, Mrs. Dan Hart, in Geneva

"There were a number of causes livered. 10 cents.SNAPAROe. last week. A FEATURE

which operated against our party, Several of our people are gather- '

efforts of the beneficia- ing and shipping oranges.Mr. .

who, out of resent- and Mrs. Wadsworth have recently "
nalhe) to make the tariff law moved in to the Dayne cot- MR. FRITZ HAUER has opened a "The Woes of a Waitress,

the disturbed conditions the Methodist church.
tage, near
Violin StudioROOM Vitagraph drama, featuring MAURICE
caused by the European war; and the

fact that the excellent laws passedby A HEART VERSE FOR NOVEMBERIf COSTELLO.

congress had not had time to 8 ROCK BLDG.

prove their worth. Then, too, more any little love of mine may makea
Progressives returned to the Repub- life the sweeter, I For particulars call at the address. "The Bond Eternal
lican party than we expectedthisalone If any little care of mine may make I I ,

accounted for most of the Re- a friend the fleeter, I Hours, 9:00 to 12:00 a.m. A Kalem special feature, complete in two

publican gains in the house of repre- If any lift of mine may ease the bur'I parts. A real society drama.

sentatives. den of another,

"The victory, however, was suffi- God give me love and care and '
ciently complete to show that the A delightful new bis- strength to help my toiling BEST SELECT OYSTERS, 50c. QuartiTheWaldeckerFishCo "THAT ORCHESTRA"THIS

people are with the president, and he cuit, with a rich and brother.

is now able to continue the splendid delicious cocoanut fla-
program upon which he has entered. Eat what you want. FOR FISH AND OYSTERS
vor. Crisp and always Eat all you want. SPECIAL ACT AND SIX BIG
"The gains in the senate are espe- fresh. so cents. Take a postscript and forget it. Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP.
cially gratifying-not a single Dem- For sale by all druggists. REELS FOR ONLY
M. and W. O. COX
ocrat defeated for re-election and 1-7-d&w-lyr '

three senatorships taken from the Re J For Sale 10-23-tf FIVE AND TEN CENTS

publicans. 30 Acres, citrus and vegetable land, ---- -
"There is every reason to believe 20 fenced, 10 cleared, crop on it now,
the administration will grow in popu- xr- z ready for planting trees this winter
Dr. F. F.
larity as the laws go into effect andas and crop next spring; near school and ThompsonDENTIST TOMORROW
Church; half mile of railroad station;
Democratic policies bear fruit. ood neighborhood; four miles from
The new currency law is just begin- --ourt house. Special price if taken in Daniel Frohman presents Hazel
ning to operate; before the next elec- next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando. Will open an office at

tion it will have vindicated its claimto 1025tfGet 117 S. Orange Ave., ner Curtis & Dawn in
O'Neal's Store, about Nov. 20.
public confidence. Buy biscuit bated by the news in the Sentinel first. 11-6-tf
"The new tariff law can not be re- "One of Our Girls "
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pealed until after the people have NATIONAL BISCUIT 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIeDIIIDIIIIIIIIII..I..lllllllllllllllltOrlan-- -- -- ,

had a chance to try it out and now COMPANY

that the election is over the protected -

ing manufacturers work. are already resum- I Always look for that Nameton o Paint and Wall' Paper Co.

"The president's foreign policiesare yuron934et

endorsed and his hands strength-
ened. cord were not informed of the op- High Grade Paints, Oils, Varnishes -
portunity offered them. So the second AGENTS FORPallon's
Kalsomine Wall Pa-
"Senator Penrose and ex-Speaker ,
Cannon will represent that party in advertisement was authorizedand Sun Proof Paper, Wall Board, Roof-
the returns from it fully justifiedthe THE MARKETOf
the senate and house and the return- department's view. A second Paints ing, Brushes, Etc.
ing Progressives must be prepared to
firm bid jute twine and thirteen of- : SOLD AT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Orange Ave.
accept all that they protested against
fered cotton. THE SUN
Upon accepted sam- Cleanliness Of
and more for the standpatters, after ORLANDO, FLORIDA
ples, the cotton bids which soughtthe i 1
having overcome the defection, are
department's full order ranged
even farther from reforms than they AND SALT MEATS 1
Wall 3000 Rolls at 5c.I..I..IIIIIJIII..illlllll..O.III..II.II.
from $0.175 by the Glencoe Cotton Special Paper .
years ago. Mills of Columbia, N. C., to the bid FISH AND GAME
"The Democratic deservesthe .
party .
of the Beaumont Manufacturing com-
support of all real Progressivesand _____ __ __ ___ _______ Kept under tbe best sanitary conditions. i
pany of Spartanburg, S. C. The oth-
in the next two years it will er principal bidders were the Bib 111 H 11 I M 11 HI M 111 i 1111I Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

draw understand to itself the those radical Progressives nature of who the Ga.Manufacturing, at from $0.1444 company; Wm.of E. Macon Hooper, 'wi ;k: 'j We invite and pure.inspection and guarantee xati.sfartion. We hair i j

issue which separates the Democrat I ROLLINS COLLEGE jPak
from" the aristocrat and the pluto- &$0.125-1 Sons; the of Locke Baltimore Cotton, Mills$0.136 com-to finer I everything in the Meat Line. 1

crat. pany of Concord, S. C., $0.17 to Oldest College and Most Beautiful Grounds in Florida The PARLOR MARKET ]

COTTON TWIXE FOR POSTOFFICEJute $0.155; the Juilette Milling companyof College, Academy, Music Expression, Fine Arts, Do-
Macon, Ga., $0.1744, and the Manchester mestic and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Course.Twelve H.
M. Self & Co. J
Dropped and South Benefits Manufacturing company of buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire pro- .
Macon, Ga., $0.1499. The Ludlow
Contract Amounts to 1,600,000 tection, fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dollar
Pounds Per Year Manufacturing associates of Boston, endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ, PINE STREET t

-- as in the first instance, bid for 2,500- a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new
000 pounds of jute twine at $0.112 a Phone No. 80 1
Washington, Nov. .-The post- rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New
pound. The Dophin Jute Mills of
office department makes the follow- chemical and physical laboratories, equipped"with every
Paterson, N. J., offered 1,000,000 modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water. --
ing announcement:
pounds of jute at $0.10 a pound. I i '' IMMI MMimiiMIIIIIMMHIM.. ;
"The contract for the entire annual Preparation for engineering course.

supply of wrapping twine for the "Because of the greater yardageper Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, f ::.South Apopka Nurseries. I
postoffice department, amounting to pound of cotton the bid of the Christian but undenominational; expenses moderate. ; ;

Beaumont Manufacturing company, Scholarships available. For catalogue address
between 1,200,000 and 1,600,000 figured upon the basis of the depart- All the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange '. \ i

pounds, was awarded to the Beau- ment's entire supply, is about $20,000:! Trees, thrifty, well-rooted and clear of all diseases. ; \ I
mont Manufacturing company of below the bid of the Dolphin Jute New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family

Spartanbrug, S. C., by Postmaster mills. The latter, however, offered f Ph. D. LL. D., President FREE. Address .' ', -t
General Burleson. The accepted twineis
less by half than the full quantity 4
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which will be needed. The saving of __ _n__ __ __ I .South Nurseries.
promises to meet need of the Apopka ii i
every $70,000 is based upon the cost of the .rte. .. ..

postal"Thus service.cotton cord is substitutedfor jute during twine the used last two by the years department by com- "'i", ..., f Royal I Palm I Nurseries will supply I OCOEE, FLORIDA J

twine which heretofore has
jute 9-4-tf I
parison with the total cost of thisyear's )

been almost solely used in tying together contract. On 1,200,000 poundsof a.:.!&. all Your Planting Needs .11..II.IIII..I..I. . . . . . .

packages of letters in post- cotton cord the department's expenditure It require years to establish a reputation for a nursery. The operators must
offices and in the railway service. be men of integrity and reliability. There must be soil as wdl as climatic conditions .111.1111..1..11111.1..1111.1111111..11111111.1.SPRAY .
under the new contract will favorable to the growth of healthy; and sturdy stock. It is also very essential that the
Not only is an additional market For the jute twine the departmentbe builders of a nursery are men of painstaking care,with seasoned agricultural and horticultural
granted for cotton, but a saving to knowledge and infinite patience. For thirty-one years Reasoner Brothers have labored with NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE
somewhat more than $150,000. the ultimate object of building up nurseries the stock of which can be relied upon n being
the postoffice department of $70,000is I spent in excess of $220,000 during the very best as well as most complete in assortment and variety to be found. SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY
I ,
brought about. :the fiscal year which ended June 30 Orange.,grapefruit and other citrus trees perhaps more than those of any other fruits must be !
"The change to cotton results from .true to name as it takes several years to prove by the fruits thereof what the original label
i last. on the tree States as to kind. The citrus section of Reasoner Brothers Royal Palm Nurseries
the department's decision to adver- I "Cotton cord of the quality pur- embraces almost countless varieties of the best there is in oranges, grapefruit tangerines, II: Kills White Fly Larvae, Scale Rust Mite
tise a second time for bids to supply limes and other members of the citrus am0y. This division has been developed to its present every
twine during the contract period of chased runs about nine yards to the state of efficiency through untiring and conscientious effort on the part of the owners. and Red Spider that i is hit. Removes sooty mold

twelve months beginning November i pound the, while "jute runs only six yardsto Trees,Plants,Shrubs,Vines,Bulbs without number and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September -
1. Only two bidders answered the i In ornamentals.Royal Palm):urseres offer a great variety from which selection can be made. and October are two of the best months for
first advertisement. The Ludlow I II Hundreds of sorts of plants, shrubs, bulbs, vines and trees have been given space in them. i t spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents insects
I Eat all you want. Until one has studied the interesting Royal Palm Catalog no idea can be formed of iust what J
Manufacturing associates of Boston Eat what want. this nursery has io store for the man or woman concerned in beautifying the home and grounds. I from sapping trees all winter, and brings them as
II you
offered$0.112 2,500,000 per pound.pounds The of second jute twineat bid- Take a postscript and forget it. A Book that Offers Inexhaustible Store of InformationThe out in a good healthy condition in the spring, thus ,!

der, the Henry C. Kelley company of I For sale by all druggists.17d&wlyr. catalog of the Royal Palm Nurseries gives ia condensed form the fruitsof insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom.J. .
many year of nursery experience and a large amount of patience and
New York, offered 500,000 pounds of I I toil OD the part of its compilers. The book shows that the Royal PaintNurseries -
cotton cord far less than the depart- I NOTICE offer an inexhaustible stock of up-to-date material and contain SCHNARR & CO.. Orlando Florida.
valuable and reliable data that should be read by every farmer and grower < &.- -1,
ment would need, at from $0.215 to Get your roses now and have lots in the Gulf coast country. Yours for the askUlS'rote today tor it 1 ;.
$0.29 per pound. of bloom through the winter. Roses REASONER BROS., 198! Benedict Ave.,Oneco,Fla. s Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure the White Fly '
"It was the judgment of the department ,now ready for shipment. Fungi. 9-9 D. and W 2MMniMIMMMItilMiMMIIIimi
I W. II. BROKAW, Salesman.
that- manufacturers of cot- 11-3-tf '

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THE DAILY I SIDELIGHTSBy building three or four stories high, You bet it will. Just let them live _
I and several big warehouses to holda on that kind of a diet for about five
South Florida Sentinel ( W. S..Branch) I twenty-five thousand dollar stockof years, until one gets a good case of

MORNING AND WEEKLY The Jacksonville Metropolis says: hardware, agricultural imple- super-acidity of the stomach and the I
W. M., GLENN .... ......... .. ...Editor "The influx of homeseekers to Florida ments, building material, etc. This other takes on symptoms of chronic j
1 W. C. ESSINGTON IJuwneM Manager
through the Jacksonville gateway concern pays the state a tax of thir- nervous indigestion, and they will |

E Ida Entered a. Second at the Claaa poetoffice Mail Orlando. Flor over all lines, was about 2,000. ty-nine dollars, and a poor man with live as happily together as the Kil '
I SUBSCRIPTION RATES That is a goodly company of peopleto one crowbait of a horse and a tum- kenny cats.

;. Daily. 1 Year ........................ $S.OO get into a state in one day. Now ble down buggy that he uses for -0I -
l Daily 6 Months ...................... 2.50
Daily. 3 Months .........eo..eo..eo... 1.2' to keep them here." public service pays the state five dol- I How old is the county jail? Thirty
Daily. 1 Month .........._............ .89Weekly. So far as those who come to Orlando lars. One-seventh as much as the years ago this week the Orlando Re-
,! ;-I Year ...................... El-00 concerned, we do not have' rich mercantile firm. And the same
r Weekly. 6 Months .."....__...._....._ .75 are !' porter printed the following item of
to "keep" them. They all wish to poor man pays the state nearly half local news: 'I
l ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCE PAYABLE IN stay. Jacksonville is the "Gate City," as much license tax as the rich diamond -! "Work on the new jail is being 1 1k I

I TO ADVERTISERS: but of course people do not wish to merchants above referred to. I I pushed along. The brick work is b;
[ stay on the gate all winter. They -0-- !I nearly completed. The front part
t Copy for display end all other hand-set I
advertising must be handea in at the business prefer to go on into the house. For unalloyed nerve commend usI will be occupied by the jailor as a
r office of the Sentinel not later ,than 2 p. m. to the astute editor of the Times- residence."
r the day before publication This rule applies
'. to changes for contract advertising; it isI There is a small sized war goingon Union. Right in the midst of the I The old building has held criminals
I invariable and will be strictly adhered to. between the Maxim brothers of most extensive and cruel war that long enough. It is time to have a new
The Sentinel discontinued -
Subscribers should notify desiring the office in writing on smokeless powder and noiseless gun the world has ever known, this man and larger and less conspicuous one
... the date of expiration. otherwise it will be fame. Hiram :Maxim lives in London writes an editorial showing how not on another location. It is also time
; continued at the regular subscription rates.
I until notice to stop is received and claims that he invented the only future wars, but this war itself, the old building was made over intoa
I Telephone Numb r eo_....".............. 24
r smokeless powder, and Hudson :Maxim : is impossible. And that isn't all-he city hall with a pretty public park

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1914. his brother, lives in America and proves it. Give that fellow the oPportunity -. around it.
t claims that he was the inventor. The and he would prove that a f ": .'" '. :\
I Throwaway the hammer and buy columns of the New York Times is lady's white muslin dress was a gen- It is necessary to rent your prop- i J
some rubber nails. the medium through which the battleof tleman's black' fur overcoat. erty now, or it is liable to be vacant ....
!, o words is being carried on. They all' winter. There is a large demandfor

[ The war dogs are barking all over would exhibit more bravery if they The Times-Union Philosopher says: good houses, flats and rooms. Let
i the world, and so are the trees, but would get out in an open place and "A pantry shelf filled with home- an advertisement in the classified columns -

f here in Orlando war, discouragingwar blaze away at each other with noiseless made pickles and preserves will come of The :Morning Sentinel proveit

war, is laid aside and everybody is guns loaded with smokeless pow- I mighty near solving the problem of to you. Phone, or bring your ad. MANYA
out boosting for Orlando, Orange der. Calling each other names with i living together happily." in now for the balance of the week
i county and Florida. the Atlantic ocean between them is and Sunday. custom is established, many a

,. o cowardly.All i project is launched, many a style origin-
Say, Mr. Northerner, why stay up -0-- VENEER CORESALL ON SALE FRIDAY AND SATUR- ated and suggestions carried out among
there among the icicles and the of the boys and not a few of DAYA
slushy snow when Old Sol casts his the girls are glad to see James King LENGTHS AND ANY the feminine gender over an afternoon cup
beaming face over Fair Florida all dispensing soda water and sundaesat QUANTITY new lot of the latest untrimmedhats of tea. They have been very helpful to us.
I Special prices for October. ranging from $3.50 to $5.00,
day long? Estes' pharmacy. James has so Stock up before cold weather. now $2.98 and 3.85. Many of our successes have been tracedto
o much skill as a mixer of good thingsto I FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND One new lot of French plumes, this source of passing the good
Also regular $5.00 and $6.00 sellers, now news
drink that he has earned the degree -I
The Germans, according to a dispatch ; OAK WOOD go at $3.85. along, and we have tried to deserve this.
of I. S. W. D., which being interpreted I
are wearing out and are in a I :MRS.: FRANK SOPER
deplorable condition as regards fresh means, Ideal Soda Water I Orlando Wood YardB. The Church Street Milliner. Our success is due from our point of view,

troops in the western battle zone. To Dispenser. Some people think those I, 11-12-3tc in studying the fashions very closely, and
letters stand for "I Stir Wicked W. Kingsley, Proprietor demonstrating here the
meet the hordes of Rusisans in the PINE STREET AND R. Il.I positively very -
east the Kaiser is withdrawing his Dope," but this is not true.0 I Telephone 344 Who is your painter and decorator? I latest in vogue.
If you are satisfied keep the one you
veterans from Belgium and sending i 9-30 have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican
them to resist the Great Bear from Judging from the amount of stock No. 636. 1-20-tf Ii I, Our Millineryand

'" the northeast. Boys, thousands of carried, as reported to the tax collector -- -- .. .. --- __ n i
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boys, between the ages of nineteen one can not refrain from feel- I
and twenty-one, are taking the placesof ing sorry for the poor(?) businessmen i
the old men in the western war of Jacksonville. The list is be-
A Rare ReadytoWearDepartments
zone and battling against the allies. ing published in the Times-Union OpportunityThe

Boys coming into manhood, fightingfor and it is quite interesting reading.One .
what? It's time to stop this hu- of the largest jewelry firms in Crawford home place at No. 108 America I exhibits the last words ofFashion's

man sacrifice to machine bullets the city makes affidavit that their
guns lot has front- fancies and prices
street must be sold at once. The a our are remarkably -
cannons and monarchies. stock is worth only eight thousand
o dollars. As a matter of fact this is age of 83 feet and 333 feet deep. The house coiv interesting, astonishingly low. .

"Florida newspapers are not discussing probably less than the value of the tains six rooms, but is not modern in appointments I .

politics freely these days," diamonds in one of their show cases. though it could easily be made so. I have the exclusive I ttta
the Apalachicola Times. For It also takes a big double store
_. handling property am prepared
which let us all give thanks. Politicsin ---
-- -
this country is, for the most part, Jill I I to ofter you a GREAT BARGAIN. Remember, it 'I EFFICIENCYOur
mere office seeking, and when we reduce -
MUST BE SOLD interested.
so see me once
New Standards of Values will Convince -
that profesh' to the final analysis T. F. HOURIBAN i

it is both amazing and humorousto iI ii I You.MIDDY .
see a newspaper not distinctly of: Plumber and i
the "organ" variety tearing its shirt Sanitary Engineer 1

and otherwise getting "het up" in be- Estimates Furnished. Jobbing I
half of a particular candidate stand- 1 Promptly Attended to. S.Y.WAYInsurance -

ing for no principle but the salary PHONE 9'''

and perquisites of. the job.-Lafcelam t I c rf
Telegram. 106 Court Street and Real Estate Agent

PHONE 172Huyler's
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L. J. Mustard has opened a chirop-
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odist parlor at 117 Orange avenue

over the McElroy drug store. Ic BonbonsAssorted Chocolates, : 1 .1re.i
Field & Company open today. I /b.PY/rc FTJIA Nutted Chocolates, Salted Nuts just re-

Music. ._ ceived by Express. Every package guaranteed :

by Huyler and McElroy's Pharmacy. I Ii
:Mr. Henry Harvey left yesterdayfor i

Atlanta, Ga., on a business mis- PRONE NO. 2. ESTABLISHED 34 YEARS I
sion. i PHARMACY

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Ladies will be given boxes of choc-

olates at Field & Company's today.Mr. ; MiilH8ltiMfllMllilMilOtttMIIII8iHMMMIOHMililBlilMIIIMtiMilF *'

M. O. Overstreet is spending
today in Jacksonville looking after
business affairs. BIG TV BLOUSESSeem

'I Field & Company are going to to attract the debutante. We would

:: open at 3:30 p. m. like to show you our splendid range of designs -
Look Big Ben square in the back in Evans'windowhe's
and new Fabrics.-They
are worthyof
Mr. If. K. Shelton of Lynchburg,
'. Va., is among the late arrivals at the good all round and good all through.If more than a passing glance.

San Juan. "handsome is as handsome does"---Big Ben's

Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Humphreys, of beauty is more'n skin deep.

Jacksonville are spending today in Men's FurnishingsYoung
Orlando, guests at the San Juan.
See those great, strong, handy keys that make

:Mr. II. M. Smith, of Plymouth, his wind so easyand the broad deeptonedbell men listen We have just received -
spent several hours in Orlando yesterday up a full line of New Suits from the famous -

transacting business.Mr. he sounds, so your get up is pleasing.Big firm ofHART

L. S. Scroble Florida traveling Ben stands seven inches from tip to toe---big, faithful, SCHAFFNER & MARX

passenger agent of the Clyde Line, with clean-cut hands in the dim See Them
large, ,plainly seen morning light,
with headquarters in Jacksonville, is They are priced just to meet your pocket-

spending today in Orlando.Mr. He rings you up at any time you say-steady for five minutesor

R. L. Johnson, a well known on and off for ten-stops short in either call at a nudge'from

printer of this city has been missed you. He took the Blue Ribbon at the Fair. See special display

from his haunts for several days and today in our window.
his friends are uneasy about him.

:Mr. C. B. Murphy of Lakeland, DICKSON YES CO.
and Mr. D. M. Badger, of Winter Haven -

are among the well known Floridians -
o registered at the San Juan.L. T. H. EVANSJEWELER ,

N. Lewis has just finished dyna- I .DEP ARTMENT STORE.

miting and subsoiling 25,000 orange I .. ..
trees for Dr. P. Phillips. The work
has occupied over two months.
{_ Mrs. Annie A. White and Mrs. L. S. Orlando Orange Avenue Florida II
Bryant who have been absent from

Orlando all summer, arrived last
night from Baltimore.


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'amaker has chartered the "Thelma", .1111..1..111111. . HI : ;*\; : ---

(@rlnu? n nritty I to carry Dancing the overflow.Enthusiasts FAVORTE irKGET IT AT LLEN'SJlO

The classes in fancy dances by Mr.
i Lillard and Miss Washington conducted -'I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.EI n
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wrl&ht- n
at the Elks' Club are attract- Admission 5 cents i
Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 ing all Orlando society. Young and j --

old for the coming sea-
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR Fred Stanley, president; Mrs. W. R.i i' son,are which preparing will open with the Coun- II II I II !I II I II . . U U

Nor. llth-14th. O'Neal, Mrs. Mahlon Gore, and Mrs. try Club dance, Wednesday evening TODAY'S PROGRAM "CAROLINA ,
J. M. Alden, vice-presidents Mr< i .
; f November 18th.
"The Carolina"ii
Powers. "The Divorce. A society ;
Thursday Florence Beardall, secretary; and i National American Suffrage Convention drama, with Edna Maison.:
:3 P.JL U. D. C. meeting; election of Mrs. F. A. Curtis, treasurer. Sterling. "The Broken Doll" featuring i I ;
officers reports from state conven- Florida Federation of Clubs I The five day convention of the Na- Little Billie Jacobs. 1' Is a pattern of heavy !
tion at Kissimmee, Mrs. Edna Ful- The Florida Federation of Women's 1 tional American Suffrage Associa- Imp. Universal." Boy in "The Chi- '
nese MysteryLubin.
Clubs meets in annual session sterling silver, modest ? I
ler. atl I "
tion, which opens in Nashville, "Pedro's Treachery. 'r f
and Mrs. Remsen "at home." Lakeland November 17th-20th. Mrs. If the shows '
Dean to
Tenn., today, promises to make more you are failig see and beautiful, pieces are '
8 P.l\I.-Rosalind Club; "gentlemen'sevening A. B. Whitman, president, and Mrs. Suffrage history than has been written at the Favorite you are missing the j
auction bridge. Fred Stanley, vice-president, will II I best pictures in town, as they are 1 I
; progressive rep- in the forty-six years of the national first-class in every respect. We keepa I furnished bright, rich I
Friday resent the Sorosis Club of this city, organization. Delegates from good light on our curtain and we i
3 P.M.Young Matrons Card Club; and Mrs. G. Edwards and Mrs. E. W. all the states Alaska, and Panama claim to have the best curtain in and resplendent in their
Davis, the Civic League. Many im- town and of course we can show you I
Mrs. Hal Beardall hostess. will be present. Dr. Anna Shaw, the the best at the lowest price.
Cathedral Girls basket ball portant subjects will be discussed, I pictures reflecting surfaces. I In
8 P. M.- veteran suffragist, will preside. Dr. Five cents to e\erybody. II
game; armory; admission free. among them, Child Hygiene, by Dr. I Shaw will have opposing her for reelection !'-
Francis of Atlanta District ; I
Bradley ; to the presidency Mrs. Grace "John
Saturday Mrs.: Fred Hancock"
3 P.M.Nullos Club; Miss MargaretHart Nurses by Dr. Porter of the state I Wilbur Trout of Chicago and prob- March 24th-Social Stanley. Tea; Mrs. Harriet n
board of health Rural Work and n
; I
hostess.D. ably other suffrage leaders. Thereare M. Howell hostess.
Problems of the Country Women, by made in sterling silver
ben- several important matters to be ,
A. R. card party; Belgian April 14th-Marriage and Divorce;
efit; Mrs. W. R. O'NeaL Miss Cresswell, of Washington City; discussed, among them the questionthat Mrs. Hal Beardall. V
U beautifully ornamented
Farewell to Mrs. Ellerbe Boy Industrial School Marianna, the ballots for women be sub- April 28th-Social Tea; Mrs. Flor- U
Judge Williamm Baker, of Jackson-
Mrs. Louis Dolive invited a few mitted to each state by initiative pe- ence Beardall' hostess. and finished with carefulness -
ville and other will be Mrs.
friends in Wednesday afternoon to ; speakers tition, or whether the entire associa- May 12th-Plans for the Summer.
say their good-byes to Mrs. Douglas Park Trammell Mrs. Shackleford, tion will work to have the Bristow- William Jennings Bryan says: "I of detail, and an
Ellerbe who left last night to join former president, Mrs. Peterson of Mondell amendment passed, provid- shall ask rights for r
Mr. Ellerbe in Sanford, he having Georgia, Mrs. Eleanor Bingham. and ing for the amendment to the federal self that no I will political not grant to my-my [air of elegance. El Elterns.
State Sheats.D.
I .
been transferred there by the Gulf constitution.A wife." .
Refining company. A. R. Belgian Benefit barbecue at Andrew Jackson's ; x We have a complete

Mrs. Watson EntertainsThe The D. A. R.'s will give a series of historic home "The Hermitage," will MlillMltlMllttlMMtlllSi stock of these two pat '
Poinsettia Club met with Mrs. card parties for the benefit of the be one of the features of the social
Charles Campbell at the home of Red Cross fund in aid of the Bel- program. ,3 D

Mrs. W. P. Watson, yesterday after- gians. The first of these will be Parody on Bobbie BurnsIf McCULLOCU'SDepartment ll
noon. There were two tables for given Saturday, November 14th, at a lassie wants the ballot ? "John Hancock" 'Carolina
members and one for guests, includ- 3 p. m., with Mrs. W. R. O'Neal as To help run the town
ing Mesdames McCullough, T. O. hostess, at her home on Lake Cher- And Need the lassie laddie gets frown the ballot? .a .llen & Co.
Brown, William Green C. E. Saunders okee. There will be tables of bridge ,
Many a laddie has the ballot, I Store !
Muteness, Hamilton Johnson, and five hundred. Every one wishingto Not so bright as I, ; JEWELERS
C. P. Dow, Clark, W. M. Lege, P. G. help' in this good cause cordially And many a laddie votes his ballot
Walton, Cobb, Watson Misses Maud invited to come. Overcome with rje. ;; RELIABLE REPAIRING. "EVERYTHING[ GUARANTEED."
Rossiter and Helen Putnam. Mrs. Another Christmas Ship to Be Sent If a lassie works for wages,
Toiling all the day
Hamilton Johnson made the highest to Belgians And her work the laddie's equals China and '
score, receiving a bottle of perfume. Overburdened with toys clothing Give her equal pay.
Coffee and Sunshine cake, were blankets, and other necessities, the If a body pay the taxes, +tIll. 1.1 It II I" II 11111 I II 1111111 0..11I10 II u'
Surely you'll agree Glassware i i
served. r
Christmas ship "Jason" is steamingacross
That a body earns the franchise
Equal Suffrage Meeting the Atlantic. So liberally did Whether he or she. s

Wednesday morning the first paperof the American people respond that an- Equal Suffrage League CalendarDec. Cooking s 1 Dr tne jt4Pan
a series planned for the season other ship will follow the Jason 9th-IJome and School; Mrs.
was read by Mrs. W. R. O'Neal be- many thousands of hearts will be John Schnarr.Jan. .
fore the Equal Suffrage League, on made glad even amid the sorrow and 13th-The Citizenship of Wo- !
Florida Laws for Women, which give distress. The children of far away men; Mrs. James Magruder, Jr. Cake FlourNow
women many more rights than those Hawaii sent $1,595 for toys and Jan. 27th-Social Tea; Mrs. Helen Watch window for Mon-
of some other states. The ladies of clothing. It shows how great is the Wright, hostess. day specials.
the city should be informed on these I band of Christian charity which encircles Feb. 10th-Charitable Institutions; is the time for Cakes and Maple

subjects. December 9th "Laws Con- i the globe. Money is the best ,Mrs. T. P. Warlow. 128 S. Orange Avenue I
Syrup. We have fresh
cerning Home and School" will be i donation, since food can be purchased Feb. 24th-Social Tea; Mrs. Mah- a supply of Flour.

read by Mrs. Schnarr. 'at factory prices, and it is food the lon Gronniger Gore, hostess. +t/c .. II . I I I II Maple Syrup in cans or bottles.
The officers for the year are Mrs. 'I people of Belgium need. John Wan- March 10th-Laws on Criminals; 1'

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Taylor and

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Mrs. Alice P.. Daniels, 507 East i
street. Miss Taylor is a bookkeeperat Whole Wheat Flour.

L, I the San Juan garage.STEOPATHY1.

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Hours, 10-12, 3.5, and by appointmentNo CARUTHERS & GORE
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Telephone, connections ; : Phone 200. 6 and 8 East Pine Street.iTiiaMOOIIHillMiteilM .
presided over by a "Son of Ham, Office cor. Orange and Central Aves. i

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'Vest. A Vivid Visualization of Gripping Heart Interest Featuring a Nota- Four Passenger Touring Car,

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excellent shape $450.00.
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FOR RENT-Large, pleasant fur-
nished rooms; close in, with private number, Laths and Shingles
SENTINEL family.11-11-6t 302 North Orange avenue.

FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con-
WANTSThe veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A.

.. I Knox. 11-3-tf

t'f large, airy rooms, and sleeping .
f Morning Sentinel Want porch; near Lake Lucerne. Mrs. J. E.
Directory is the Greatest Want Foster, 411 South Boone street. ORLANDO
i Ad Medium in Orlando. 11-11-tfc

i Terms Cash in Advance. WANTED
ii i
For One Day ______________23c; wants position as stenographer or Cement Plaster and Perfection Lime
a For Three Days ____________;50c bookkeeper, or both. Small salary to Royal Agatite
For Six Days _______________75c start. Thoroughly competent. Sober --- --
! WORTHY IMMEDIATE For One Month ____________$2.50 steady and reliable. Address "C. W." -- -= ==- -- ---------
This rate applies on all ads of care Sentinel. 11-5-tfc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..
25 words or less. If the ad con- . . . .. .. . . . '.

f i INVESTIGATION G tains more than 25 words the rate WANTED-Dressmaking of any: kind,
will be one cent per word for all work guaranteed and prices very
t each additional word, for each in- reasonable. Mrs. J. A. Evans. Phone :SU-SI ESS I
(' A small tract of fine land sertion.If 220. No. 200 East Robinson avenue.'
can't bring ad to 10-29-2w
you your
, 2% miles from Court House, the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
; on one of the first roads to counts opened by telephone will be TWO GENTLEMEN roomers wanted.
\ be bricked. payable the following day. 313 West Central avenue.

E Orange trees, one acre in Every Home Etery Business- 10-31-2w Important friendships result from the right introduction, and
:- Strawberries, Banana Grove, Every Man has use for a ROOMS FOR RENT the
good well on premises, good Sentinel Want Ad. most important ones come through the right banking con-

size Nursery.We TWO Robinson FURNISHED avenue, on ROOMS Lake 221 nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We
plainly demonstrateto
can FOR SALE 10-31-3w
you that this is the great- invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-
est value in a small tract of FOR SALE-New Georgia cane syrup, FURNISHED ROOMS and board, for
turkeys, chickens, eggs; water six adults. Address Kentucky Home, est is taken in depositor.ORLANDO .
land to be found in the coun- meal every
ground sweet potatoes, corn and 511 Palmer
street, Orlando Lake
ty. We shall be pleased to other country produce, just received Cherokee. 10-17-1m
give all information at our from Georgia. Also agent for pecan
ffice. We exclusive hand- trees, one of the largest growers in LARGE, AIRY ROOMS in new, mod-
the South, G. B. Wigh, Cairo, Ga.
lers of this property. ern home, not excelled in the citv .
Come and get some of the literatureand for location and surroundings. Kitch-
of the nuts. W. E. Powell,
enette if desired. 14 E. Amelia, next
, headquarters on Boone street.
, door to the Wyoming. 11-3-tf
ORLANDO BUILDING & LAND CO 11-11-1wkc : : ''Mi l!:::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::: :::::::: :: :ll

FOR SALE-1913: Hupmobile touringcar NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
II North Orange Avenue ; the best bargain in a used car 10-25-tf 'Oil III MM tf MMIM M M M MMHIMMMMtMt.fc >" tMMMt . . .a. .
we have ever had. Come by and look " " " ' 1"11111"1" . . ,..
PHONE.608 it over. Orlando Auto and Supply Co. I -
FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Rhode I MAKE A SPECIALTY of planting
Island Reds, hens and pullets; orange and grapefruit trees; 98 percent
FRED B. DALEC. Ward's strain; your choice for $1.00. I guaranteed to live. References
H. BRYANT Also fryers. Call or write, W. furnished. Charges, $6.00 per acre.
DAVIS a GILES Counsel. Barber, just south of Drennen J'j Address, Box 222, Ocoee, Fla.
. F. A. PEPPERCORN Contractor tion. ll-8-6t 11-10-lmoc
Our stock of
FOR SALE-One horse. 613 Veach MR. HOME SEEKER-The Rose to new
street. 11-4-tf I I see for Real estate of Quality, and
WATCH FOR THE LITTLE special bargains in all lines, is Clar-
STOKES AD FOR SALE OR RENT-Attractive ence W. Rose, 308 North Main street.

Eggs fresh from the country, guar- seven room house, furnished or un- 10-27-10t Fall and Winter
anteed, 35 cents per doz. furnished; best residence section. Clothing |
The Best Baldwin Apples, 38 cents Also fine building lots on lake at a LOST AND FOUND
per peck. great bargain to those who will build
> Wine Saps, 35 cents per peck. Address Owner, care Sentinel, or LOST-Linoleum covered brass tool
: Imported Bananas, 20 cents per doz. phone 520. 10-31-1m box cover, yellow, between Peoples
Florida Bananas, 10 cents doz. National Bank and Lockhart, Fla.,
per Made SCHLOSS BROS. is in
last Friday. Will for return. by coming jj
Chestnuts from the hills, 15 cents FOR SALE-Good boat wagon; can pay ,
Chas. P. Dow, cashier National
Peoples -
per pound. be used for hunting; cheap. II. C.
k Tomatoes, 8 cents pound. McDanieL 10-23-1m Bank. 11-10-tfc
per and anxious for
-,. Don't complain of hard times and we are you to see our
the high cost of living, come over to FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston LOST-On Saturday, pointer dog,
1 the little store where the prices suit Wakefield $1.00 per thousand. mostly white, wire scar just healingon
i your pocket. Quality guaranteed. Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. left hip. Answers to name of New Styles, and high class tailoring. Best i ;
10-28-tf Max.Vore collar with Orlando licence. -
; Votes given with all cash purchases.THE .
information will be
appreciated -
ORLANDO SPECIALTY CO. and paid for II. C. :Mc-: in the
10-7-tf 109 West Church Street FOR ing lots.SALE-Couple Call 602 Lafayette of good street build- Daniel. by ll-10-3t place city to buy clothing.

Concord Park. ll-8-6t

NOTICE FOR SALE-Fine- -cypress fence POts.? Real Estate Bought
Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas-
"Baby" Lewis, daughter of Mrs. tfe. 9-18-tf W. M.UlillMMM
W. L. Lewis, is a candidate in the and Sold.City SLE1VIONSft
contest at the Lucerne theater. She FOR SALE-A good Roll Top .
has been a candidate from the first
Desk and Chair. Been used very lit-
and is running a strong race. tle. Call on W. C. Sherman, Rock Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash

11-7-6tc Building, opposite San Jua Hotel. and $1.00 per week buys a Lot . . . . . . . . . . , . .
10-8-tf I . . . r . t . . . . . .. I I I . . I .

J. L. Dean, proprietor of the FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine Notary Work Promptly and Neatly .. ,11 111I r I I . . I I I I Gil . . . . .
City Drug Store, wishes to announceto hammock land; eight in grove; the Done. . . . . IMMMMMMMIMMMMMWe '
the public that his store is open present crop of oranges will be from
all night. Phone 632. 11-7-4tc 750 to 1.000 boxes; 500 trees all told,
ready for tting-10 acres in lake, N. P. HATCHERORLANDO
For Sale-Silver Cluster Grape one and quarter miles from Apopka. pnM. et I
Fruit and Valencia late orange buds. Price $5,000. Address W. II., Box ,FLORIDA yor
Vigorous stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2 178, Orlando. Fla. 9-23-tf
years old.9232m Office at Pinehurst ParkP.
II. C. McDANIEL.T. FOR SALE OR RENTBeautifulnew O. Box 281
cottage, Highland avenue and Bros' famous
received of Foster
PHONE 403; have
F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. Park lake, in Sunshine Park. R. 10-8-lm a car
Conscientious work at fair prices. Bruce Perry, at Water Works.
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf 10-25-1m.

.i.ij FOR RENT Wood Wood Wood/
FOR SALE BY II. C. McDANIEL if Porslanlyke Iron Beds

or sleeping
7 Room stucco cottage, near Eola
; I
rooms, with adjoining room for Excellent Core
located right; built right; will be sold Pine Wood Sup-

right.21 of Orlando's most desirable light lights.housekeeping 407 Osceola; bath street.and electric plied in any quantity There is nothing that will compare with the finish

building lots, near Lake Eola; will be ll-10-3t Foster Beds and OUR PRICES for these
sold only to people agreeing to build FOR RENT that are on ,
houses in keeping with the location. also 6-room-Housekeeping furnished rooms; SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE for the
flat. Call others
10 Acres on north side of Lake 301 Church street. 11-11-Ctc beds are far less than charge same
Ivanhoe, overlooking Orlando al' STRANDS OR :MORE
land.cleared; suited for a home site; good FOR RENT-Five modern rooms, style bed that has nothing near the finish. We would

5 year 18 1-2 old Acres budded land grapefruit, about 17 acres and or-in 406 furnishrd E. Colonial for Drive light, corner housekeeping.ll-10-6t Broad- ELDREDGE BARLOW like you to call and see this line; nothing like it in

anges; 2 1-2 miles from city limits; the
overlooks 4 lakes; nothing better in FOR RENT-Nice furnished Telephone 375
Florida for the
good location and low price. In- city.We
10-23-lm quire 601 East Central avenue. Phone South Street, near A. C. L.
591. ll-10-6tc Tracks give coupons with all cash sales. |

T. A. MANN FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice- 9-l-lm
ly furnished rooms; gas, separate
bath, new house; adults only. 604 MB MB

Crocery, Pine St.SPECIALS Magnolia FOR for light RENT avenue.housekeeping Two furnished; east 11-10-tf-rooms side; Another Big Bargain Kincaid SnowdenI

naar ch'jiches and hotels; quiet neigh-
borhcod; reasonable rent. Inquire 207
Palmetto street. ll-10-3t

FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. Five acres with beautiful lake ; Low Priced Furniture House.

3 Cans Imported Sardines________25c 11-8-tfc Inquire No. 8 West Washington St. front, just outside the city lim- I I

3 Cornflakes --------___________25c its, and on a hard road, only Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando FloridaGOFIJON'S
FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with
five minutes walk
to the
3 Old Dutch ______ new :
Cleanser _
Baker's Cocoa ---___---_-_______----22c 23c Lake 8-27-tf garage Lucerne.; elegantly Jas. A.furnished Knox. ; on brick road. Improved with new !1 \ I \\\\\\\ \\\\ " \ :," : ,""t !! .I .1.1--. . .,1111, ..

six room frame residence, Ga-
Baker's Chocolate, halves ______20c
FOR RENT-Furnished apartmentsfor rage and Poultry House. 200 '

Cream of Wheat --------______15c light housekeeping, with all con- Grapefruit and Orange trees CARRIAGE DressmakingMrs.
veniences; also sleeping porches. 307
Pillsbury Best Cereal --_________15c East Pine, between Liberty and Lake that will bear next season, also I
streets. -ANDBAGGAGE I R. S. Cohoon has
Malt Breakfast Food -----______15c 11-8-6t 100 trees of choice Florida fruits
resumed her dressmaking -
Austin Nichols 2 lb. Beans ______lOc FOR RENT-Furnished for light for home use. This is a beautiful -, DR. L. H. RAMSDELu I and .is now locatedin
housekeeping, suite of
large, pleas- TRANSFER
Campbell's 2 lb. Beans --_______lOc ant rooms; all modern conveniences; location and a great bargainat OPTOMETRIST Room 4, Way building,

Libby's 2 lb. Beans _____________lOc also family two; close nice in.sleeping 312 North rooms;Main private St. $3800- (Successor to Dr. O. P. Ukhu) on Orange avenue, where

Schneider's Catsup, pints ________20c 11-8-6tc. L. T. HARRELL, Prop. ORLANDO. FLORIDAWE she cordially invites all

Fish Flakes ---_________________lOc FOR RENT-Seven room house; water Cooper Atha Piano and Furniture FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES ladies needing anything
gas. electric lights, bath, etc.; in the wearing apparelline
Peas, per can _________--_______lOc 200 barn feet., stable, chicken house; lot 100 by 114 South Orange Are, Ground Floor Moving a Specialty AND DO ALL E1SDS OF to call and see her.
Apply at 735 North
Fox River Butter _____________37c I avenue. 10-31-tf Orange Phone No. 311 8 E. Church SI. PHONE 487 OPTICAL REPAIRING


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passenger good .
Hot Water and Steam Heat $350.00.

1, Four Door, five passenger Mitchell. A

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

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




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Statistics of Production for

1914 and 1913 Received \I... f---------- :=::_ : .,
From Department of s h4RlEY-Daviotort i

November crop report for
Florida has been distributed by the
bureau of crop estimates, United Livery, Draying and HaulingWE -

States department of agriculture. A
summary of the preliminary esti-
mates of production for this year,
and final estimates for last year of
the important products are shown in
the appended table. I
Bushels, 1914 __________11,000,000 ;::=0

Bushels, 1913 __________10,125,000 I
Oats- Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited -
Bushels, 1914 _________ iG5,000I
Bushels, 1913 __________ 900,000 I HORSES FOR SALE 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON

Potatoes- I
Bushels, 1914 __________ 1,100,000 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
; i 11 Horsepower: GUARANTEED 3'Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic
Bushels, 1913 __________ 912,000 :
Sweet Potatoes- Mechanical Oil Pump, Step'Starter and 66 Refinements]

Bushels, 1914 __________ 2,380,000 '
Bushels, 1913 __________ 2.310.0&0 'f 8275.00

HayTons, 1914 ______________ 61,000 & Orange Ave.,

Cotton-Tons, 1913 ______________ 63,000 fr 11111.III.OI.II.III. .I.I..le..I.I..IIIIIDIII.,..I 11 I Wright HlIpemd129' Fla.

Pounds, 1214 ---------- s III U 110 11111 II.11.111. II 11111 U U rl II II II Lt.11 U 1.11111111I11 to II U 111.1 It II .
Pounds, 1913 __________28,190,000 _
Tobacco x The E Eola Pa kill[ C CO1JallyPackers .+* OMiMtg. .I'.UI.I..I .I' l90H9MM .tIN ... ... ., '

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Pounds, 1913 __________ 4,000,000 t '
Peanuts- J
Per cent. full crop, 1914_____ .92 J
Per cent. full crop, 1913______ .91 OFFICE OR "
Velvet Beans- and Shippers of Citrus DWELLING q i i

Condition Nov. 1, 1914______ .87
Condition Nov. 1, 1913_______ .87 Fruits and Vegetables. QUICK, ,
Oranges- RELIABLE j js

Condition Nov. 1, 1914______ .82 : I will operate alone under above name and shall ap- ; ; WARMTH AND 1
_______ .88
Condition Nov. 1, 1913
: preciate the business of all who have and any who have ,, COMFORT ARE

Limes-Condition Nov. 1, 1914______ .85 : not patronized me in the last three years. For informa- SUPPLIED ;

Condition Nov. 1, 1913_______ .90 : tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossing BY
Grapefruit- : of Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure

Condition Nov. 1, 1914______ .89 : building, which I am equipping with Mauld's latest ma-
Condition Nov. 1, 1913_______ .80 : and J
chinery can consequently give you same service

"Uncle Joe" Cannon, exRepresentative : which has always spoken for itself.

McKinley of Illinois, EbenezerJ. : My efforts will be to sell all possible before resorting i

Hill of Connecticut, and the other : to distribution. ,
standpatters who have recovered their 1
former seats in congress will be in a j
: W. A. DADE Gen.
position to hold an old-home-week celebration Manager.
:March 4. : 9-18-2 m ORLANDO, FLORIDA .' 1
These marvelous beaten
T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. I II 111I II I II II II II III II 111111 1111111111111 develop heat quickly; 1)
Conscientious work at fair prices. they do not vitiate or
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf dry up. the air. Rd
The matt Is the Original 4

Nursery stocK FOR one SALE, two, three and : CHASE & CO Copper Reflector Gas Heater.It rf
four year old buds; Foster Early, heats by nature's own

Pineapple. Javaci-dress Homosassa Mrs. M.; Ka.hlI Washington I : PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDO From method-that its shining of reflected copper plate heat. ,.

Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf it
I casts a cheerful glow
Don't wait for every one In town to! : Is modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- the floor and furniture, upon
have Entrican, the painter, before : date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the quickly
you try. Am too busy to look you I bringing the entire room to an ,
up. Phone 636, and I will be 1'2 onthe-tf : PROPER PACKING even,healthy temperature. r

A. W. DOWDELL, plasterer mason .
and cement worker. 516 W. Church : HIGHEST PRICES
St. Phone 420. 10-25-1m I ,
: which, however, would not accomplish the end desired
T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. : by the grower, if he did not also have available the services -
Conscientious work at fair prices. of
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf'I[ .


NORTH AND WEST : which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, expe-
:! rienced, competent and reliable. "I '"
"Dixie Flyer" : 11111111111111111.111111111111111.11..IIII.I..lil.1IIIIIII SIIIeilialilltlir
"Dixie Limited" --I
"Seminole Limited""Montgomery I : HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS ,
I ,
"South Atlantic Limited" me now, while I have the timeto I
Pullman cars from Chicago, St. Louis, CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITEDGROWERS' Your general laundry work, French J I I buy, sell, rent, and exchange real
Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisvilleand look it over and familiarize myself dry cleaning, and pressing will be ap estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla.,
intermediate points to Jacksonville MARKETING AGENTS with the talking points. I made the I preciated. Satisfaction and service i over 30 years. Have handled over
Fla. largest number of sales last winter' guaranteed. Open September 28th. 'i$20,000,000. Call and see me.
Dining Cars CHASE & CO., and expect to do even better this win- for Phone whites 654.only.Reel's Steam Laundry 9-25-tf, i 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. !I II
ter. My prospects are beginnig to arrive -
ATLANTICVCOAST LINE and it might cause you to losea 'I II III
I If have subscribed for the Sentinel -
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. Main Office, Jacksonville, FloridaA. sale by putting it off. Call todayat I Up to date painting, papering, etc., you '
G. KIRKLAND D. P. A., R. ROGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. my new offices in the Watkins J i is the kind you want. Where to get I and are not receiving your paper t
Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla. 9-30-d&w building and list your property. ? That's phone 636. W. T. you will do a favor by notifyingus
A. W. FRITOT D. P. A., I i WALTER W. ROSE !I jit I easy I
;\ 38 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. I KWtlMMiillUMMMMM> IMIIt9tlMilii lill M Real Estate. Phone 555. I II !Entrican. 1-20-tf I at once.


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is advisable for all hunters to
get their licenses at an early date as pv _

I I I I II t I II I IIII) I f fs around possible the so twentieth.Mrs. as to avoid. the rush

J. L. Kirkland and Mrs. T. P.
Wilcox returned last night from .
Douglas' Ga., where they have been N
I s visiting relatives and friends.
Bishop Mann and 1Irs.Iann and
Deaconess Parkhill will attend the

provincial synod of the Episcopal \ ,.
church at New Orleans November
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r Tomorrow and every other dIY, you'll find Phone or send in :your want ad. : I J'
a check account with the State Bank mighty now for the Sunday Morning Sen-
tinel. Remember everybody: lookingfor ii I DO YOU( (
f handy in keeping an accurate record of your anything: reads the classified columns UNDERSTAND
f ,
money affairs. of the Sunday Sentinel.

{ Take note-how many business men Mrs. S. Fell Jones writes the Sen- i How you personally I>a ianefittctl t

l pay you in cash? Very lew-for businessmen tinel from Belle Vernon, Pa., that by the advantages accruing to I I

i cannot take chances by carrying money:: ,day.she will Mrs.start Jones for Orlando will occupy on Tues-her .11 II II III the commmnnUy by \ i

about. The safe is the business-like
f: way pretty home on West street.
our bank checks. i TliG Federal I 1 ..)
way- I Jteserve Act
t ,1 Mr. and Mrs. II. Robbins, who are ; .
a Try paying with checks. :at Winter Park from Winchester, I
,j I Mass, occupying their pretty cottage I I Ii II Call, telephone or Write and wa will
t The State Bank of Orlando for the season, were among the visitors :
I to Orlando :jesterday. mail our booklet-just out---wliicli

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. Iluen, resi- ;. explains this act fully and clearly. .

t dents of Chicago, Ill., are in Orlando .: 1 r.
looking about for the first time. They .
I arrived yesterday and their stay here 1Uua.i .: 1 I I ..;
will be of indefinite length.Mr. -: .
A. D. James and family will _"__
arrive this week from Pennsylvania, : : : }.t :
where they have been for several \>: ..
For ThanksgivingLet months. Mr. James will be remem-
bered by many admirers as the editorof ,
us send for you by parcel post a the ReporterStar.Mr. .
back home for It will : and :Mrs. J. R. Sage returnedlast
make a nice rememberance, at a small evening from Des Moines, Iowa, -D .. .).]) t; D;
cost. where they have spent a very delightful .r
summer. Their winter homeis :
Wrights Seed StorePhone 120 West Central avenue. :Many .
., .
friends are glad to welcome them R
179 South Orange Avenue ...
back. -

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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.



Most Wonderful Sale of Silks at The Big Store

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


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

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

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

in every yard.

satin, pure dye and full 36 inches as wide, SILK POPLINS, you know this graceful silk PANNE VELVA, a silk of unusual charm, rich I
$1.25 quality, in this sale 89C and wool Poplin. Silk wedded to wool; colorings and shimmering finish, 42 inches <* 48
beauty linked to service. Rich enoughfor wide, $1.75 quality, in this sale for J> 1.

BLACK CHIFFON TAFFETA SILKS, the best evening; reliable enough for___street_____$ 1.19
grade, soft and supple, with a radiant wear, 42 inches wide, $1.50 quality SATIN CREPE METEOR, a superior quality,
sheen. $1.50 quality, in this sale 98c rich in finish and appearance, 42 inches,
wide, $2.50 quality, in this sale $1.98
CHIFFON TAFFETA SILKS, soft as satin, CREPE DE CHINE, it is 40 inches wide, a full
rich in colors and quality, 36 inches wide, range of colors, in street and evening CREPES, a beautiful selection in plain, stripes
full range of colors, $1.75 quality l in this g shades.Though we have established a repu- and Jacquard patterns, practically every
sale ,J> 1.29 tation on this Crepe de Chine as the shade is represented, 65c. and 75c. qual-
best in Orlando at $1.50, we break the price ity, in this sale _______________________ 44 C
for this sale $1.19
SOFT CHIFFON TAFFETAS, rich colorings,
new tinted evening shades, full yard wide, SILKS, a big lot in plain and fancy, these goodsare
$1.50 quality in this sale _______________$ 1.10 odd lots and some of them worth up to25c
MESSALINES SATINS, not the skimpy 75c., your choice in this sale __________

SILK POPLINS, a fabric adaptable to the modeof Weight, but a full weight satin with a twill
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 our silk sale. Black and colors, in this silk; we have them in black and all colors, large range of colors, worth up to

sale I -_---_----_-----_---_--------_--- 98C a regular $1.00 quality, special inthis sale /i/C 50c., your choice in this sale ____________ 19C

,'. The Yowell-Duckworth Co.r' .

r' Orlando's Largest Store, 'Quality Did It."

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