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 26, 1914
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
6 v. : ;


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Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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South Florida sentinel
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Inquest Not Held-Burial in Mystery Enshrouds Tragedy at
Joint Army Settled
DisturbancesWashington Powell Cemetery-No Relatives :\Iiami-IIou>e Was Fired


is holding up communications be-
tween this government and Ambassador Captures Huge Amount of War John Delanthaw, an aged German Pastors Wray and Stagg Will Miami, Fla., Nov. 25.With their I Burgomaster Balks at Huge

Morgenthau is suspected by the who has been living on the place of skulls crushed with a blunt instru- I
Munitions, and PrisonersTo Mr. L. C. Newell Assist-Catholic and St. : I.evnefu>es to Pay Unless -
state; department. Secretary Bryan near Pine Castle, ment and their bodies burned beyond i

today was informed by the cable : Gain Tampico in for the last ten years, was found Luke's Cathedral recognition, Adam A. Boggs, aged 45, i Germans Make

companies that Turkey would not Short Time drowned in a small lake near that Services a leader in the Florida bar, and his Ii Promises "

transmit any messages in code be- place yesterday by passersby.The daughter Marjorie\ aged 18, were

tween the diplomatic representatives i Washington, Nov. .-Secretary lake in which the old man met Thanksgiving services will be observed found murdered early this morning in London, Nov. 2-The; correspondent -
ef neutral nations at Constantinopleand his death is a shallow one, the water the ruins of their country home at I
Bryan had authentic reports from all over the country today.In of the Standard in Berne says:
where the body found Cocoanut Grove which fired
the home governments. was being was
Orlando church services "Swiss draw atten-
special special
I papers
to Mexico City today of rampant riot, two feet in After the
Secretary Bryan was obliged scarcely depth. cover crime.
will attract large congregations. Spe- tion to an article in the Vossiche Zei-
communicate therefore, with Ambas- loot and murder. lIe admitted that viewing the remains an inquest was When the fire discovered
was at 3
cial music and singing will add inter- tung which, dealing with the rights

sador Morgenthau in an uncoded mes- he had received dispatches showingthat not deemed necessary, as it was a est to all of the services. o'clock, the flames were bursting and obligations of neutral powers, de-

sage. The United States has not the forces of Zapata had reachedthe clear case of accidental drowning.Mr. Methodist ChurchAt I from every window. clares that Germany adopts a line of

heard from Ambassador Morgenthau that Delanthaw was wading across The coroner's jury rendered I neutrality not to entail the necessity
suburbs of the capital and the Methodist church this mv'rning a ver-
regarding the firing upon the Tenlessee's the lake carrying a basket on his
dict of murder unknown hands. I for a state to take arms against abelligerent
"disorders" occurred. He said these there will be a union T.Ian: sg v- by up
six Mr. when it is that he
) launch days ago. arm, thought must
Mr. had national which wishes to its
Boggs cross
a reputa-
ing service participated i' by th congregations -
to disorders had been suppressed by have stumbled and fell I
has sent and
Morgenthau no response on account -
of the Meth' !Ii. c'u ch, tion as an attorney for vegetable and j territory. On the contrary a neutral
the of Bryan of "civilians and soldiers of his feeble condition in I
Secretary being
inquiry supposedly
the Baptist and the :>rc ,by Sri '_n fruit shippers in their fight for lower ', state should only resort to arms in
last Friday asking for full detailsof under the command of Gen. Blanco. his seventieth year, was unable to
churches. The Rev. Dr. F..wa T. freight rates. lie made many tripsto the event of either belligerents en-

the incident. Secretary Bryan has ordered Silli- save himself. Poulson will preach the Thanksgivingsermon Washington to argue before the I deavoring to treat it or its territoryas
The failure to hear from Mr. Mor- The remains were prepared for
man the Mexico City agent, to go to the subject of his address be- commerce commission. a vassal or a conquered state.

genthau is laid by the state depart- the Carranza camp of Orizaba, and burial by Undertaker Hand and in- ing, "America-God's Opportunity." lIe was the son of Dr. William E. "Papers here seem to think that

ment upon Turkey's refusal to allow Carothers to remain in Mexico City terred in the Powell cemetery yesterday A splendid sermon having an appealfor Boggs, formerly chancellor of the this article is not so much a belated

messages to be transmitted. The with Villa, who is expected at any afternoon.So one is assured. The Rev. University of Georgia, and now a explanation of Germany's violation of
whole question bids fair to become a far as is known, the deceasedhad every
moment. Presbyterian minister Waynesville, Belgium as a warning to Switzerlandas
Dr. J. E. Wray, pastor of the :Methodist : -
serious one between neutral nations The embassies and at no relatives in this country.
legations church, and the Rev. Dr. Jno. W. N. C.Mr.. to the line Germany may take
and Turkey.. Washington are interested in the with her if the necessity should arise.
Stagg pastor of the Presbyterian Boggs was professor of historyin
All diplomatic authorities agree : safety of their citizens in Mexico: Magazines, daily papers, music, church, will be on the platform assist- the University of Georgia several "They state, however, that if Ger-

that the act of Turkey is extraordi- City, but are out of communicationwith artists' materials and Christmas nov- ing in the service. years, and was later secretary to :Ma- many imagines the Swiss wilt show

nary, and one that must be settled the Mexican capital because of elties. Curtis & O'Neal next post- jor Breckenridge, ambassador to Rus- themselves any more pliable or oblig-
Catholic Service
for all time. The nearest approach j I the cutting of wires and the interruption office. sia. ing than the Belgians she makes a
to it is the precedent of the Boxer The service at the Catholic church
of rain betweenthe
transportation grievous mistake, and notwithstanding -
lIe was associated with Senator F.
today will be and addressat
a mass an
rebellion, when, although China had
capital and Vera Cruz. The Sentinel will! be published to- 9 a. m. The offering will be for :\I. Hudson, attorney for the state what happened to Belgium the
lines to the sea from Pekin, the
open Secretary Bryan said no inquiries railway commission. Swiss would die to a man rather thanto

Cations could get no word as to the from the legations at Washington had I II ,I morrow. --- --the-poor.Thanksgiving -. -- ---- His wife is in New York, and a son I allow the Germans to ride rough-
fate of the legations and the colonies been made and he had infor- ----;--------------- --
today no I is at Lake Placid school. New York. shod over the country.

tat Pekin. mation to give them. in Orlando WIllBe Three
I brothers, Lucian II., an attor-
The joint army, in which the United
Turks at Suez Canal
at Jacksonville Thomas II.
; a
States took a part, was dispatched, Villa Routs Enemy And Peaceful doctor at Baltimore, and another Constantinople, by wireless to Lon-
and opened up communications. San Luis Potosi, Nov. 24.-De- Happy Today
brother, also a doctor, at Atlanta, don, Nov. 25.-An official communi-
Secretary Bryan would not outline layed in transmission.-The first encounter I I also survive him. cation made public here says:
what he proposed to do until afterhe of the Villa I -
campaign against
Turkish troops have reached the
From the early days when the Saxon Instinct to Return Thanks
from Mr. Morgen- I -
got messages Tampico took place today, near Van- I Suez canal. Fighting has occurred
thau reporting why the news was kings tethered their steeds "hard I The impulse to return thanks for
when Carranzistas
egas, 1,200 at- SOME NEWS BY TAU MAN between Katasa and Teatebe, both
suppressed. tacked the Villa advance guard composed I I by the banquet board" so that the the bounty of nature has been prac- thirty kilometers (eighteen miles)
tically universal mankind in
of 1,000 men under General I foam of the chargers flecked the I among east of the Suez canal and near EI
Orange Free State QuietCapetown all ages and in all religions. ;
Robles. beard of the eater, to the present Manager of the Grand Has Se- Kantara.El .
Nov. 25. There is little I Thanksgiving in the SouthUnti1.
After four hours of hard
fightingthe Kantara is the bankof
( on right
doubt that the crisis in the Orange time, the spirit of the amply loaded the middle of the past cen- cured Exclusive Paramount
Villa forces routed the
enemy the Suez canal, twenty-five miles s
Free State is overt Small, scattered capturing their mountain board is the spirit of festivity and of I j| tury Thanksgiving was practically Pictures Service for
cannon south of Port Said, and on the cara-
bodies of rebels are still in the field, 100,000 rounds of ammunition, 300 good will. Thanksgiving day wouldbe I[ unknown in the South. In Virginiathe Orlando van track between Egypt and Syria.)

but they are gradually surrendering. horses 250 prisoners. robbed of the particular flavor it I first Thanksgiving proclamationwas English officers and many soldiers,
I issued by Governor Wise in 1857. Manager Mac Tallman of the Grand
Later 400 Carranza
more troops possesses if it were a day of severe as well as many wounded, were taken
,Germans Making Final Effort surrendered and j theatre has returned from Atlanta
voluntarily placed; prisoners. Troops of English camel
Paris, Nov. 25.-A mantle of silence themselves under orders of the observation. The spirit of Thanks-f Some hae meat and canna eat, and yesterday announced that he
riders and
i' Egyptian police surren-
has been drawn over the operations vention. The march continues and it giving without the sanctifying grace And some wad eat that want it, would have the best attractions for dered.

between Ypres and LaBassee is expected another encounter will I of the spread board would be a spiritof But we hae meat and we can eat, the public 'ever staged in Orlando. 1

.. neither of the day's official com- I take place before the end of the week. cheerlessness. The Thanksgiving j| Sae let the Lord be thankit. lIe has arranged to get the fast Par- Balk at Big Levy ,

muniques issued from the war office I I turkey is as much a part of the day -Robert Burns. amount program with the exclusive J
I Amsterdam, Nov. 25.-The IIanI
has made any mention of the develop- I as are the devotions that the day right to stage the pictures in this -

ments of this line, although Paris I I calls forth. The devotions would be Name SuggestiveThe I delsblad learns that the Germans are a

hears unofficially that the Germans.are I BIG HOLIDAY FEATUREThe !' dry and sapless if the day were made I great American nation takesa city.The Paramount program will include still insisting that Antwerp pay a

centering the most desperate ofj I I! a virtual would be the war levy of $10,000,000, and Deputy ;
penance, as holiday at the bidding of the Pres- such stars as Gaby Deslys,Mar-

all their desperate attacks Lucerne Will Present "Bat i case without the turkey regnant upon \ ident every November. Our many guerite Clarke, Dustin Farnum, anda Burgomaster Franck has reared to 9
make last effort apparent-I it until he is assured that the
ly to a pay ,
i I the platter, while the family gathers states all unite in keeping the beau- galaxy of others. Manager Tall- ;
the allied lines
through a tle of Sexes" at Today'sProgramSaid : I Germans will make no more requisi-
1 about the board to give thanks for tiful festival
passage way to Calais. j of. Thanksgiving. Its man will run two programs every tions for
supplies. :
Unofficially a big battle is reported to Be home blessings as a part of the liberal very name is suggestive because the week, Tuesday and Friday. He will I
to be raging along the front from I I Ii The situation has reached a dead- ;
Fine Reel
portion that Providence has dis- giving of thanks implies a recogni- start the series of pictures with Mary 1
Ypres to LaBassee. It is known that lock and it is feared that M. Franck
the Germans have brought up rein- 'I I Pickford in "Such a Little Queen," a
may, as was Burgomaster Max of
forcements before beginning a new The Lucerne invites the attentionof I five reel comedy. On Friday of next

drive to Calais. It is supposed the I its patrons to this holiday feature. week Dustin Farnum will star in the Brussels, for a similar refusal be

attack centers somewhere about "The Battle of the Sexes" is the great I taken a prisoner to Germany. 1
Arras but it is impossible for any one "Virginian, produced by Jesse Lasky. ,
conflict of modern It is the
to forecast what the results of the I Future picture releases, titles, descriptions -I TIlE WEATHER t

fighting have been since it began on war of opinion over the question of etc., will be announced Florida: Fair Thursday and Fri- .1

Monday.A I the single standard of moral respon- later. Be sure and read Manager I' day.
new offensive movement on Metz
sibility for men and women. .This j
Tallman's full
has begun. The French forces who page advertisement in j
are making their base at Pont a powerful photo drama demonstratesthe The Sunday Sentinel. pictures have been changed from a

Mousson today succeeded in bombarding utter degradation of any theory Inasmuch as Tuesdays and Fridays Tuesdays to Mondays. j
Arnayille, a village on the Lor- justifying the husband in conduct
raine frontier ten miles from the any I have always been the big feature Other subjects of the Paramount

German base at Metz. This move is contrary to the marriage vow. i days for Orlando, :Mr. Tallman will productions will be Annette Keller- 1

believed to be a scheme to force the II "The Battle of the Sexes" is a drama -' I adhere to this rule, and all the Paramount man, in "Neptune's Daughter," one
Germans to withdraw some of their j of New York life. The charac- I 1
pictures will on these of the spectacular features of the
appear :
troops in the region of Ypres and I I I
ters of Fifth
are typical avenue, the :
LaBassee to bring them east to protect ; days. Consequently the "Pauline"Queen j moving picture world. 4
restaurants and the dansants. The
the important base that is furnishing All Hail King Turk!
supplies to the German army bill will also include a good comedy. )I I
which has Verdun for its I i All Mary Thanks Santa Claus JI
objective. the "same little price. i penned to the nation. The Thanks- tion of One, unseen but ever-living,

I giving turkey is the emblem of the who sends the world the gifts on -

I Priest Says Three Americans ShotOakland i nation's devotion. |i i which its existence depends, says I London, Nov. 25.-A wireless dispatch -,, steamer Jason, bringing Christmas

i Universal Day of Thanks I\ Margaret E. Sangster. was received today from the gifts of warm clothing from the chil-

About the institution of Thanksgiving Much to Be Thankful For Santa Claus ship Jason which is dren of the United States to the chil-

Cal., Nov. 25.Three i i Medin asserts were naturalized as it exists today there is nothing If ever we are tempted to say that bringing toys to children in the belligerent dren of this and the other belligerent

American citizens have been executed American citizens and residents of sectarian or sectional, but over though others have much to be thank- countries saying the vessel I countries, I am anxious to express t

by Austrian officials at Cattaro, Dal- I San Francisco. the entire Union the day is observed ful for, our lives are hard and our was due to arrive at Devonport at ; through you my warm appreciation I

matia, according to a letter received The priest declares he witnessedthe by all Americans alike as the time paths are thorny, let us stop a min- noon today. of this touching proof of generous i

here today from L. Magud execution of a large number of for family reunion, good cheer and ute and see by what standard we are Queen Mary has sent to Mrs. Walter -. sympathy and to ask you to be so
a priest.
other prisoners suspected of being en- II general rejoicing and gratitude. measuring our blessings. II. Page, wife of the American 1 i kind as to convey by heartfelt thanks I
One of the victims> the i
was fourteen'yearold emies of Austria. lIe
t- : says he personally Let Us AH Give Thanks Many Loving Reunions ambassador, a letter of thanks for 'to all who have contributed toward ,- t

:O<--rvv'TK son; .of...OTMniistnv Milo S. Medin, of .' knew the three: he mentions: Let us make this the best ThanksI I Thanksgiving day brings uncounted the Christmas gifts to children in the presents which will, I feel sure, i

A. >"""V-place and conversed with them in giving of our lives. Remember our i! family reunions. It means the returnto England and on the continent. The be gladly welcomed by the childrenfor

Mr. Medin said today he had England'l'! gratitude is not measured by the size old homes of those who have gone letter is dated at York cottage, Sand- whom they are intended and'received -

natia the execution of his son to of the family larder. Abundance far It reunites circles ringham, Norfolk November
away. long 20, 1914, with gratitude by their par- i
poth- tion of i
Secretary Bryan and tends to contentment but many a' broken. It exalts the family idea, and reads as follows: ents.

fjouis assured a rigid investigation would I man in limited circumstances is the foundation which Dear Mrs.
hap- on human so- "My Page: Having heardof I "Believe me yours very sincerely, .
L who hi made. !
pier than others of larger means. ciety rests. the approaching arrival of the (Signed) "Mary R ,1 i

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Items WOMAN LEAVES 104 DESCENDANTS I Joseph Wick, in Kiel, at the age of illllllMIIIIIIMIIIII MMMt 111111 ; !
ninety years. She leaves eight daugh-
From Taft, Fla.Taft I ters, three sons, forty-five grandchildren -
Sheboygan.-Mrs. Barbara Voelker and forty-eight great-grandchil-
Fla., Nov. 24.-Mrs. D. B. died at the home of her daghter,Mrs.I i dren, 104 direct descendants.

Sphaler, Miss Josie Collins and W. H. ------
Harrington were shopping in Orlando MROr \

Frances Dennis and nephew, .
Ralph, spent Thursday at the county .d
seat on business.A. -= .. .. .. F" : .:. I -_ -OF----- I

Sphaler. E.Boyce were ,on A. Levis in,and Orlando C. R. ... .. ..> ,.. ... .'f.. .!. ".: i ... ... .. .- r:: !I
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Friday.J. ,::: .f&IJJ! !V -:- i
A. Simms and John Hill visited ,

the county seat Saturday for sup- .- -_ .. -'I'.'_ ,. sr I -- t'i
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Owing to the renewed and threat- 't IPrmj Dm aFr. .Ufa, '
'i Special Dinner i
-. Turkey
some ening other activity cause of ,Villa the in Thanksgivingsocial Mexico, or :: Put a Good Roof on a Good Barn

is a model dairy-fancy stock, scientific stable r _
ax _
and dinner to be given at the a.This
Nelson House on that day is declared -ererything just right. And the roof selected fop 112| to 8 P.M. 50c Table De Hote
= tins up-to-date dairy wasINEPDNSET _
off; so we may stay at home and be
thankful that we can eat grits. In Arcade
Building Church Street
Cold weather, frost and ice, last on
Friday morning. It hit gardens quite ....
hard. I presume it was ordered by EVERYBODY INVITED
the weather makers on account of the =:j PAROID ROOFING =
northern and western tourists
many '
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who are coming as the sudden
I -| :H.Tbe matter of price had nothing do with its selection. NEPONSET Paroid M
change from icicles to our usual .*.. chosen because it lasts looser than shingles and adds protection-therefore makes was a ....,.. .
warm climate might prove injuriousto better and NEMHSET Paroid actually costs less than shingles both t. ___ -
bar and to 1>T You will agree with leading farmers everywhere when really
of them. --
many know NEMNSET Paroid. It is the permanent-wear,economical roof for barns,stables FINE ICE CREAMS AND
W. H. Phillips returned Friday -- -all farm buildings.j ICES
from the cold regions of Ohio to -
spend the winter enjoying the lovely -- I
sunshine of Florida weather. He is ----.. .-... I Telephone 664
settled in his Taft home on Fifth -
street and First avenue. -
:Mrs. :Amos Kramer returned yes- _=_ = -! '.= -
terday from her recent trip to Fort ,; : :, : :.= and we will deliver your f

Wayne, Ind, on account of the seri-
ous illness of one of her sons. We SOLD, > J3Y ICE: CEE.A. r
understand that he is improving.Miss .
Frances Ellison and Miss Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. 1
Frances Nelson are looking after For
Thanksgiving DinnerNew
business and pleasure in Orlando to- For the last Twenty-five Years. or Sunday

as day.Our lock-up does not lock up illlo i d "P i" d II ii II p' : York Philadelphia Ice Cream and my Fancy Specialty.Ice Creams to Order. .

HIS WATCH IN TREETOP Orlando Paint i and Viall Paper Co. Iii
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: .....Wholesale and Retail, Bricks or Can$.....
Kansas City.-Ticking away at the I
top of a peca ntree, K. F. Ueberrheinof I High Grade Paints Oils, Var- it! Neapolitan Creams Always in Stock
Richards found his gold watch and AGENTS FORPalton's nishes, Kalsomine, Wall Pa- I M MA MI
chain where he had lost it earlier in
the same day.JUNIOR Sun Proof! Paper.Wall Board Roof- %
i Paints in:;f Srus:!es, Etc. t; OE.EIOEFLEE:

. AUXILIARY SALE :t sOLD AT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Orange Ave. 11:

f The Junior Auxiliary- of the Cathe- I THE SUN ORLANDO, FLORIDA'' Residence 205 Liberty St., Corner Mariposa.
-j dral parish will hold the annual sale J !I I
at Bishopstead on Saturday after-
noon o'clock., November Tea and 28th home, beginning made cake at 2..! Special Wall Paper 3000 Rolls, at 5c. J Factory Around the Corner. Prices Reasonable.i .

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Wednesday, November 25th to transact his business. We again invite property

Owners to list with us their propositions, and are confident if they give us an opportunity .

to explain how we guard their interests to get their business. .




To all who intend to invest we would like to be consulted, not only as real estate men,

but also as your agents after you have established the fact that our firm s absolutely

financially responsible. We have connected with us a party fully aquainted and an

authority in Agricultural Investments and our experience in Florida values in real estatefor

the. last fifteen years should be of some benefit to you. I|

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FROM? Uneeda Nourishment-fine Biscuit fla New Sanitary and Splendidly GRAN'OjTOI '

Equipped Plant of C. H. ,
vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness. I
PEOPLE AT W. C. T. U. MAR- HoelTler Was Opened '
AMOUNT FRUIT for 5 cents, in the > .A... I

moisture-proofpackage. C. H. Hoeffler announced yesterday I

Local Meeting to Be Held at that his new ice cream factory in the

rear of his residence on Liberty street
Methodist Church on
was open and ready for business. Mr. LEAH BAIRD
Next Friday
loeffler is being assisted by William

AfternoonThe lirschberg, an expert ice cream man- and

ufacturer recently from New York '

meeting to hear the reports who will be in charge of the plant WILLIAM HUMPHREY .,

from National Convention will be and act as manager. The factory is -IN- (

held in the Methodist church parlor the epitome of cleanliness and sanita-
One Lot 100 240
by Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The tion. It is thirty by thirty feet "

women are full of enthusiasm and reports square and has a splendid equipment. "THE UPPER HAND,

are inspiring. Mr. Hoeffler has recently purchaseda I
One Lot 50 225 very
by Those who attended the conventionin new Buick delivery wagon to aid in VITAGRAPH Drama.

Atlanta tell us the Florida displayof GRAHAM CRACKERSA the distribution of sales. 1 1DR.
One Lot 50 125 fruits was the greatest ever. The food for every day.
by Florida delegation of sixty women,
Crisp delicious and HELEN HOLMES in (
after a speech by our president strengthening. Fresh .

Minnie E.W.Neal C.,T.rendered U. state songs yell: and baked and fresh de- "'
gave our

"Rah Orange! rah blossoms! rah! Who from are down wet by the livered. 10 cents.SNA.PAROONS. Head as of Toastmaster Rollins College at Big to Act "Tit Oil 111 ll L Collpiraoy ll j :

sea. ,
I Sunday SchoolCom'ention
Prices Right What here for? Hear our :
are we cry
I A Kalem. special feature complete in two
parts. 4
Florida, Florida, dry, dry, dry! f

and then passed through the great l i
The State Sunday School convention -
audience and and
gave oranges which is meeting in St. Petersburg "
grapefruit to each one, sometimes, on The Conductor's CourtshipA
is being attended by several
being requested to do so, two or threeof ..
hundred prominent people from all
each were given for friends at
sections of the state. Dr. \\'. F. COMEDY DRAMA
home. Kumquats were distributed,
Blackman, president of Rollins College -
You Know What
and much interest was shown. Some
will be the toastmaster today
sections of "our state" sent pecans, HEAR
noon at a banquet for the regular
others sent plants and flowers. As
Orange Avenue Is delegates which is to be held in the
this has never been done before on
dining room of the Y. M. C. A. The "THAT ORCHESTRA
such a large scale, of course it madea
"hit." Manatee county sent the A delightful new biscuit Rev.? R. B. Bowers, of Oc It. w: 'j

best and largest lot of fruit. with a rich and a speaker, and several alie.:'s. The The only one in town. The best in the State

convention comes to a clc (a toni ,. ..
Our representatives were questioned delicious cocoanut fla-

on the streets and everywhere vor. Crisp and always I
W..d, $1.50 a strand \J. H !'Ir'l
concerning Florida. :Many times during -
fresh 10 cents. Coal Yard, 566.
phone 9-31-tf; 3c lOc
CARl DANN convention hours the cry was

made: "What's the matter with Florida -

? She's all right. Who says so? THANKSGIVING DINNER

The National W. C. T. U. says so." o
Our women were much amused oBuy ORLANDO HOTEL CAFE Tomorrow---Hughie Mack, Wallie Van,
when some of those in attendance exclaimed Table De Hote Dinner
Lillian Walker and Flora Finch in
Jams and Jellies "Did all this fruit come from 5 ,

one state?" There was more than I 12:00 to 2:00 6:00 to 8:00 the wonderful comedy

enough fruit to pass around three or Oyster Cocktail

four times, and several baskets were Consomme Macadoine "The New Stenographer "

sent to editors and Y. M. C. A.'s, etc. biscuit Cream of Asparagus, St. George ,
Let's not forget the coming elec- bated by Olives Celery Salted Peanuts

Received a car load of tion of Hillsborough county on December Radishes WATCH SUNDAY'S ISSUE.
15th. Those who are working Pauprette of Pompano, Barnaise
"Jim Jams, Preserves, Jellies ..
think the opportunities are fine for a COMPANYAlways Sliced Cucumbers--pommes gestrom
and Fruits. The -- ------- ,
dry victory. whiskey men are Small Chicken Patties Supreme -----

disgusting the people by using the look for that Name Roast Tenderloin of Beef, au Just

negroes to try and thrust its death Brown Potatoes and Mashed Potatoes

dealing liquor on the town of Plant Filet Mignon, a la Mona
The DelicatessenPies City again. One petition of the liquormen KAISER'S FOURTH SON FRAC- Orlando Punch

we understand, contains the TURES THIGH ON DUTY Roast Young Turkey, with Oyster

Cakes, Salads and names of sixty-six white men and Dressing DANN'S TRANSFER
180 three blacks to Cranberry Sauce
Cooked Meats. negroes or one London.-Prince August William,
white. Our will not stand for French Peas Fried Tomatoes
people Emperor William's fourth son, sus- Dr. B. D. WIENENGA Prop.
such things. tained a fracture of the thigh and Salad, a la Hovey, in Jelly

Remember the W. C. T. U. "echo" severe contusions of the jaw'as a re- Whipped Cream

meeting Friday afternoon. sult of a motoring accident while English Plum Pudding Livery Draying and HaulingWE

Bran BiscuitHome making a military tour, says a Reu- Hard and Brandy Sauce ,
Mince and Pie
ter's Amsterdam dispatch from Ber- Pumpkin
made Neapolitan Ice Cream Assorted Cake
or we supply lin.

yon bran to make them. / RED Cheese Coffee Crackers Noir GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE 1


GRAIN Special Rate to Parties of Four or

CARUTUERS & GOR Merchants There Will Buy 300,000 Please reserve jour tables in advance
Tons Within Next Few

Months Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited

New Modern Grocery; Plant New Foster Rome.-Owing to the closure of the Dr. F. F. ::ThompsonDENTIST HORSES 'FOR SALE 1

Dardanelles, United States grain mer-

Phone 200 Grapefruit-Only chants have a wonderful chance to Will open an office at 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida

supply this country with upward of 113) S. Orance Ate- over Curtis &
Pink-Fleshed KindWith 500,000 tons of grain during the next O'Neal's Store.
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aH the good qualities that go to make
upaeh', icecurusiruit:.-Footer irrapcfruit Local merchants are anxious to get o
would bold ittcmn as a valuable kind aside -
from its color. But to all points that are American supplies with all speed, especially -
commendable attractiveness must that belongs be added to a the peculiar Foster since the duty: has been re
Wood Wood Wood alone-its roec-pink tinted flesh.GrapefruitwhhpinkSeshhaabeenecarched. duced. i

for by horticulturists I for many year Foster Do not about '
Excellent: : Core Pine Wood Sup- has it. Royal Palm Nurseries; are well forplanting Get the news in the Sentinel first. worry your .
stocked with this new variety ready
this season. Trees of Foster costa
plied in any quantity little more than the ordinary varieties
but are well worth the price. SHOE HOSPITAL
Bouton Brothers, corner Church ;
Royal Palm ServiceA and Orange avenue. Shoes repaited
SPECIAL" PRICES ON FIVE while you wait. Best rubber heels,
striking feature of Royal Palm Nurseriesis
is the service department. By means iO cents. Best English tan leather. Plllmbillg'0We
STRANDS OR MORE this agency the buyer can feel that he will Phone 487. ll-1 -lmo.
receive absolutely impartial and as nearly
accurate information on planting as it is
possible for us to give,at any and aU times
ELDREDGE) BARIOW whether on fruit growmg. economic cropsgardening ,
,ornamental home planting ai a
.. landscaping,or any similar phase of horticulture -

Telephone 375 New touching Royal our experience.Palm CatalogA .Pill Str t.I t.

South Street, near A. C. L. study of the table of contents of the will dojit: for you and you pay when you
Royal Palm Nurseries catalog reseals the
Tracks fact that its many pages constitute a most I i
reliable and urxo-aate book of knowledge l I get ready
9-l-lm I on plant life, valuable beyond measure. JEWELER]
Tell how to plant trees on arrival from 1

and nursery is a the test proper book that distances frrowors.for planting farmer I EXPERT WATCH MAKER
and home builders can not anord to be
Real Estate Boughtand without. Write for free copy to

REASONER BROTHERS I J I make a sr bt.* of Fine
Sold.City 138 I i Watch, Clock and Jeweler' ;' Repairing Call'cn I II
Benedict"he. ONECO.: : rUe = and Spectacle; Diamond Repairing.Setting,Ring F. OSEPH RAEHN PLUMBING and HEATINGCO.Cor. .

Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash I
Bring me repairs others have
a.d $1.00 per week buys a Lot failed to do, and I will repair

RENTS COLLECTED. I them My prices satisfactorily are reasonable.or no charge. I Graves and Irvin Streets 1

N.tary Work Promptly and Neatly .


Office at Pjnehprst ParkP. Pine Street, at Young's
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South Florida SentinelMORNING ( \V. S. Branch) @rlau n nrtrty

AND WEEKLYW. Polish up your automobile and ride
M. GLENN ......................EditorW. Lucerne
C. ESSINGTON ......Biikineu Manager i around the new paving on -Edited: By Miss Eliza Wright -
I Circle this afternoon. If you have a 1
Eat;; the pwtoffire at Orlando Flor Office Residence
telephone No. Ij9. telephone No. 254 1
ida. as Second Cla... Mail Matter. vacant seat, ask some one who has f fI

SUBSCRIPTION RATES no car to ride with you. If you haveno I II I Ichildren's
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00. to ride, walk I WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARNov. this organization does-the parks
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.50 car and no way I I II
flatly 3 Months ............u........ 1.25 around and note the improvements.The I I play grounds, the beaUtify-I
Daily; 1 Month u..................... .50VCWkly. famous "Appian Way," the first 26th-28th. ing of the government lot

1 Year ...................... $1.00 I :; unsightly places, and numerous other
.. ........ historical movement towards better
Weekly 6 Months ....... .. 75 Thursday i
works too to mention.EMPIRE .
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN roads, was 350 miles long and reached |111 A. M.-Union Thanksgiving ser- many
ADVANCETO from Brundusium to Rome. It took vice at Methodist church.

ADVERTISERS: nearly 300 years to build it with the I Thanksgiving copal church. services at the Epis- HOTELTHANKSGIVING .

crude material and workmen of that P.M.-Card party, Kooter Kove DINNER
Copy for display and all other hand-Kt 18
advertising must be handra in at the butineuoffice period. An enterprising American 1 Kottage; :Mrs.: Rosister and Miss 12to21'.31. 6to81'.M.
of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. contractor would now build it in a I Rossiter, hostesses.
the day before publication. This rule: applies I 19P.M.-Belgian benefit dance, Elks Oster'Cocktail
to chances for contract advertising: it is of
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. years. i 1 Club. Chicken Soup English Style
-- Friday
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued Mulligatawny Osaca
should notify the office in writing on The war tax will soon begin to 3 P. M.St. Cecelia's Guild Olives Celery.
the date of expiration otherwise it will be pal Chapter House. Filet de Pompano St. Marie
continued at the regular' ... .subscription rates. work and now watch and notice how "Commission Bazaar," EPisco-1 I I'ommes Parisienne
until notice to stop is .iveeLT..lepbone
Numb r ......_............... 24 the retailer and small business man street; Presbyterian young
will pay the larger portion of it. The 8 P. 31.The Hose Ball, Sanford Roast Vermont Turkey

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1914. manufacturer and wholesaler will House, Sanford. Stuffed Oyster Dressing
Ss unlay Cranberry Sauce
THANKSGIVING PRAYER promptly advance the prices on all Second day of "Comnvssion: Bazaar." Filet :Mignon: a In Bearnaise
goods affected by the tax, but the retailer :31': \ .-Nullos Club; .Irs. LeRoy B. Mignons of Lamb Travita
Orlando thanks Thee, Lord, for the Giles .hostess.
can not sell cigars for 51-4 I
blessings of civic righteousness; for add frac- Junior Auxiliary annual sale, Bish- Pear. Charlotte Glaise
cents each and he can not a
the substantial progress of noble opstead.
tion of a cent to the retail price of Twentieth Century Club New Potatoes en Cream
minded citizens; for the purity of her
an article because the express com- The Twentieth Century Club met Candied Yams
women for the incomparable wealth
; French Peas
pany has advanced the rate enough to with :Miss: Antoinette Siemens yesterday : -
and natural resources of nature; for Macaroni au Gratin
cover the stamp tax. The manufac- afternoon, continuing the reading Steamed Rice
the elevating and sacred influences of
turer, jobber and consumer will, in i Macbeth:: and discussing current Waldorf Salad I
her churches and the ennobling char-
most instances, pay nothing, and the events, which are very interesting at
acter of her schools. poor middleman will get it in the present, the war giving room for so Pumpkin Pie Mince Pie
Orlando, girt about with wondersof Lemon Custard Pie
neck. much discussion, the Mexican
ques- English Plum Pudding
Thy bountiful hand, gives praise,
-- tion being so unsettled, and a unique! Devil's Food and Pound Cake
this Thanksgiving day, for these va-
One thousand and forty-five promi- feature of the Panama expositionwas Maple Mousse Cream
ried blessings the city rises
; as one After Dinner Mints
nent bankers and business men of explained. The Panama canal I73
and bows to the majestic splendorand ; cents Demitasse
New York city sat down to a "pros will be shown in miniature; ships traversing .
of and
pristine power Thy grace
perity luncheon" at the Astor House it; a large grand stand will Parties desiring tables will please
infinite wisdom.: trendof be fronting the canal phone at- reserve them in advance.SIX .
The a
on Tuesday last. general ;
For health for
; joyous, energizing
addresses to tached to each chair, a graphophoneat
the post-prandial was
sunshine; for high ideals; for victoryover
the effect that prosperity is really the other end, will give details of
temptations; for happy, peacefuland DINNERMrs. TlianbgivngDAY
here and all we have to do is to the work on the canal and how it is
contented homes, the basis of
American life; for helpful communionwith reach out our hands and grab a big operated. Each member of the club Cornish, at the Tea and RestRoom
hunk. One optimist is worth a dozen tries to bring the latest news to these will serve an Old Fashioned
our fellows; for all these Or- Southern Thanksgiving Dinner. 75c.
but incline meetings, thus making them intensely
in -
pessimists we
lando thanks Thee, Lord. any I i per plate. From 12 to 2.
For continual growth; for the ad- to the opinion that there will bea interesting. I i 11-25-2tc
great many thousands of men, women Entertainment Planned I i
ministration of justice; for the glo-
ries of the past and the assurancesof boys and girls in New York city Thanksgiving day dawns bright for j I TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY

the future; for public donations, : who will not have a real prosperity the school girls and boys. It is to be I I -
and for that Thanksgiving dinner today. hoped none of them will eat too much i FOR RENT -One bed room, sleeping
joy, knowing brightnessof
porch and kitchen, with all conveniences -
soul and vigor of mind has resulted -- turkey. Most of the girls from the : ; close in in a nice neighbor-

; Orlando, with a full heart, acknowledges "The Floridian's Creed and Cove- Cathedral school have gone to their' hood, at 307 East Pine St.

unto Thee thanks, Father. nant," by Dr. Blackman, president of homes in different parts of the state I I ll-2G-Ct

o Rollins College, should be posted in for the holidays. Those remainingwill I I FOR RENT-Fine furnished rooms

FOOTBALLThe every school house, office, business be entertained at dinner in Park- i!,I for houeskeeping; also bed rooms;

death toll in football for 1914 house public hall and lodge room in hill Hall oy the faculty. Some few bath, hot and cold water; all modern;

was thirteen. The high water mark the state. The sentiment, the thoughtand are visiting with friends in town. new house; private family; large
sunny porch. 211 Ridgewood avenue.
was established in 1909 when thirtymen the diction, are alike pleasingand Turkey Dinner at Rollins 11-26-Gt

were killed. We hear a good faultless. The Rollins students will observe

deal of opposition to this sport, whichis - -- -- Thanksgiving royally. Union servicein THE LADIES OF ST. CECILIA'S
Guild will hold a bazaar, afternoonand
essentially a Northern one, and the morning at the Methodist
1IIIIIIIIIIItl.ctllIIIII.T. evening, at the Chapter House,
yet, on the other hand, joy riders church. Many will come home to Or- Wednesday, December 2nd. Sup-
F. HOURIHANLicensed lando for twelve o'clock will be served from six until
jump into an automobile following a dinner returning per Store
wild night at a cafe, and through in the evening for a turkey seven. ll2CCtcTHANKSGIVING I

speed and recklessness injure them- Plumber and dinner at the college, followed by a.. 1 1I
selves or some one else. Deaths are Sanitary Engineer 3i dance in the gymnasium.Civic DANCE
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caused every day by motorists who. Estimates Furnished. Jobbing League MondayThe I I Thanksgiving' evening: a t9 o'clock I

do not obey that well known sign, Promptly Attended to. Civic League will hold its reg- 1 i I at the Elks Home, for benefit of Bel-

"Stop, look and listen;" and "Safety II PHONE 629 ular monthly meeting Monday after- come J ans.aH;Tickets and have$1.00.a happy Come; I

first" is ignored on hundreds of occa- :rob Court Street iJ noon at 3:30 at the Episcopal Chapter ll-25-2t t ,

sions when a little sense would not House. Those on the board are

invite death. And despite all these J ORLANDO, FLORIDA i requested to meet at 3 o'clock. All The harvest season is fast ap Closed !

other accidents due to carelessnessand I .l-m ladies of the town should join the proaching. Try a want ad. in the

ambition to speed 'em up, we .: QIGSIII I'Q'lal.ttlle = t league and help in the good work Sentinel. Results guaranteed.
still hear abuse hurled upon the apos-
tles of football.
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POPULAR Richard Croker, former chief of
Tammany and seventy-one years old,

is to be married next week, and following I I

the wedding the bride and .

bridegroom will come to Florida to
10 Cents Per Film
spend their honeymoon. Florida gets .J

them all, and Croker knows a good PHARMACY

thing when he sees it. The approaching "" 11I1. II "' I I. . "II '" I . r "' I
wedding came as a great surprise ,, .11"" 1. .

but it is difficult to tell exactly what I I I II I II I I I 1+4 II I II "'II I I I II I I II I II I I I I I II itt' II I +

an ex-boss will do. It is now up to ,

Charlie Murphy to do something out

of the ordinary and get into print.
Gifts Endure
The stone steps around Tammany are I .

hard and cold these o days.


It is stated that President Wilson

will his coming devote a message considerable to congress portion of to The very air is now becoming charged with the ,.

the The urgency president of could a merchant step from marine.the spirit of giving, for Christmas will soqn be here. ..

White House and return to public

life with the greatest record of The choice and preferred gift is the one which endures,

achievement in the history of our because it suggests the continuity of love and friendship,
chief executives if he is successful i in

establishing a merchant marine. Sucha

measure is all that is needed to cli- Such a gift is a watch or piece of jewelry.You .

max the president's record in givingto

America. permanency of economiclife. will find at our store everything that would distin- .

guish a first-class jewelry store-gifts of rare value for the lavish

KEYSTONE HOTELTHANKSGIVING spender, and an almost unlimited choice of less expensive,3but

DINNER charming gifts to suit the limited income.

12 to 2-P. M.-6 to 8 P. M.\

. 30 Cents We selections will I
are sure our (please you.

Oyster Soup
Stuffed Olives Shrimp Salad Celery

Roast Stuffed Turkey Oyster Cranberry Dressing Sauce DICKSONYES( CO.

Cream Potatoes Candled: Yams i
New Peas Green Beans T.H.EVANS
Macaroni and Cheese

Sliced PuMpkin Cucumbers Pie Steamed Rice Mince'Pie Radishes 9 JEWELER I .DEPARTMENT STORE

Plum Pudding Fruit .. ,,,
Fruit Cake Devil's Food Cake t

After Ice Dinner Cream Mints Orlando [Orange Avenue Florida ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPINGTHE 7LACE

Coffee 11-26-lt Tea i it.C !

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.1 LUCERNE TODAY I Open 2p.m.and6:30p.m.Admission 5 cents EI EIIII Fi I

; r 1111 TODAY'S aD I iii PROGRAM! 111111111111 I] for ChristmasWe

Five Big Heels
101 Bison. "Prowlers of the Wild." have on display now a big assortment of Jewelry for
"THE BATTLE OF THE SEXES, Produced by Otis Turner. A jungle the Holidays.
feature in two parts.
Imp. King nag ot in a stirring -------
Staged by D. W. Griffith. A drama of men and women in comedy-drama, produced by himself, ftf3" 1 -' rs--*"" jTv1-Tnj_ .;
"The One Best Bet. -
five reels. The most "Swagger" Photodrama ever produced. B. & C. Feature. "On the Trail of i? ;.c":.
the Counterfeiters," in two parts. '--F: ,, :.tC.-. .- ..-.; 1. --r'-'"
This is a very strong and interest- t.

THE MILLION DOLLAR BRIDE," 1' ite enjoy ing. Theater program.Thanksgiving? Why day not at come the out Favor and n been It not too. early to select] jar presents now-nothing; has n

Komic. A side-splitting farce with an unusual plot. -




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

Automobile Contest. AND I


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Deliveries or shipments of Gaso- .
LOCAL AND PrRSONAL Mr. Henry L. Parramore, of Jack- J Mr. and llrs.V.. K. Curry and son, line and Kerosene in 50 gallon lots

ville, is spending today in Orlando, Master Kenneth, have gone to Harbor and up made to all parts of the
combining business with pleasure.Mr. i View, on the West Coast, to spend city and county. Drums for shippingand We will gladly lay away your selections until you want them.
Mr. James Platt enjoyed a pleasure
trip to Sanford yesterday.The and Mrs. W. M. Armstrong, of Thanksgiving week with Mr.\ Curry's storage tanks kept on hand. We INVITE you to look at our goods before buying.

Nashville, Tenn., are among the late (i mother.
Cathedral girls basket ball
team and the Ocala high school girls arrivals at the San Juan. i j Dr. C. C. Reichard was among the Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit
Mr. \V. A. Stettner, of New Haven, ,
residents in Orlando
will play Friday night at the Armory. arriving all cars. Give make of car when you
Artistic photographs for Christmasnow Conn., arrived in Orlando last nightto last night from' Brownsville, Pa., and order. ..11D:1 & COu
spend the winter. has joined :\Irs. Reichard, who pre- ,
at Evans', No. 100 North Main.
11-25-tf Before having pictures see "life ceded him several days ago, at their fl JEWELERS

motion pictures" at Evans', 100 North pretty home on Lucerne Circle. '
Mrs. Helen Bliss has returned to GULF REfINING COil "
Orlando from a visit to Knoxville, 11-25-tf Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Schrader and "EVERYTHING GOARANTEED.
Tenn. Mr. II. A. Sanders, one of Arcadia's child arrived in Orlando :yesterday
representative citizens, arrived in Or- i jand autoed to Clermont to spend P. G. WALTON, Agent i
Mrs. S. E. Fields arrived yester-
lando last night to spend Thanksgiving -I Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. A. .
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day from Jacksonville on a visit to
with Mrs. Sanders. j lB. McNeice. Mr. Schrader is the --,, -
her son, :Mr. G. C. Fields, 322 North Residence Phone 269.
The Stetson University football !president and Mr. McNeiceicepres-
Orange avenue.
team passed through Orlando last ident of the H. C. Schrader Company, I Get the news in the Sentinel first.
The Plaza restaurant in the south night en route to Tampa where they I I,Jacksonville, buyers: and shippers of
of the Arcade building will I RENT
wing FOR
will play the Southern College today. fruit. : ; ; '" 11

open today.been made.Extensive improvementshave Dr. J. Maddox left yesetrday for j I, :Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Comiskey, of(t : : ; i : 11

Coronado Beach, where he expects to ,Glens Falls, are numbered among the '.if .tc
Mr. R. J. Holly, editor of the Her-
spend a few days fishing for bass ''New Yorkers \vho have arrived in Or- :,, RioGUUMS u I To responsible party who will make yearly lease. Six
ald, and :Mr. A. P. Connelly, of San- I !
which are reported as biting freelyat lando for the season. They have been I i, :
ford, were visitors to Orlando yester-I room Cottage, containing all modern conveniences at
that resort. coming South for several winters'i':i Xii

day.Mrs.: Mrs. LeGacy and Miss Wilbur, reg- and their numerous friends in this I No. 108 America Street, near Lake Lucerne, which will
: Chester Goodrich left yester- ular winter visitors to Orlando, city are pleased at their return. They j I II Department Store | |
arrived -
day afternoon for Jacksonville to be ready for occupancy December 1st. The building has
last night from Rochester, N. are occupying their home, 14 West ::1
spend a couple of weeks with her sister Ii
Mrs. E.. R. Whitner. Y. As usual they will make their I Livingston avenue. II been entirely renovated and new plumbing installed.

home at the New Lucerne. Mr.: and Mrs. J. R. Yearby, who ,
Mrs. C. E. Graham, of Spartan-
left ,
S. C., is in Orlando to spend Miss Frances E. Gregory has arrived Orlando several weeks ago with China and
burg Mr. I|
in Orlando from Geneva, N. Y., and Mrs. James Laughlin! III.,
the winter which will be delightfulnews
for a cruise their Framlin, I
to spend another winter. Miss Greg- on yacht
to her many friends. She ar- Glassware .
ory attended the W. C. .T. U. convention returned to Orlando yesterday from x .I S.Y.WAYInsurance
lived last evening.Commisisoner Raleigh, N. C., where
in Atlanta while en route to they had spent t
E. L. Brown and wife Florida. a couple of weeks with relatives after I

cutoed to Orlando from their homeat accompanying the yachting party as J Cooking : and Real Estate Agent
The friends of Mr.
Fort Christmas :yesterday. :Mrs. many Elijah far as Maryland. t
Hand to him Utensils !
were pleased out
Brown, who has not been enjoyingthe I PHONE 172
best of health, was here for the the streets of Orlando yesterday for !
the first time in OSTEOPATHY'
purpose of seeing the doctor. some weeks. Mr. Watch window for Mon- 5
Hand is gaining his strength daily
The Rev. Geo. Varian and wife arrived and will soon be himself. | day specials. h

in Orlando yesterday afternoon DR. J. C .HOWELL 111 111I
from Elsie, Mich., to spend the winter Harriet Dorothy Hand, the three- 128 S. Orange Avenue The
months in the Land of Flowers. Rev. year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. Hours, 10.12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo Advertise in Sentinel
E. Hand, was taken seriously ill with extra charge for hOuse treatment
have several 111:1111111001II.ICOIIII.
and Mrs. Varian spent
acute indigestion at C o'clock last Except Night CalIs.Telephone I ------- --- ------------- -
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home on Gunby avenue, and they say night. She rallied, however, and was t. e Del t c ; I III ; I a I B e it 11II. e III lTinTrnToMft I I It ++S'C 11 t."llrQ "' .Jt'O.'C""i..t"J"I H':.
out of danger in a short time.J. Office cor. Orange and Central AVeR 'A'It'IIIDIIII' I"III .ltal'J. ..
that they are glad to get back again. .

:Mrs. Varian is the sister of Mr. C. R. Patillo, of Atlanta, special

B. Bailey, one of Orlando's popular agent for the Hamburg-Bremen In- t- ...

winter residents. surance company, for which Curtis & VENEER CORES

O'Neal are the agents, was in the
Mrs. E. Ashley Smith, Mrs. J. Carl
Jackson, and Mrs. Schuller, of Lock- city several days this week, leaving $1.25
yesterday morning for Sanford.Mr. .
port, N. Y., arrived in Orlando yes-
Per Strand
terday afternoon on the Tampa Spe- and Mrs. W. C. Newton, of Up

cial and expect to remain at their Glenn Ellyn, 'N. Y., who have spent FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND

suburban home on the Lockhart road many seasons in the City Beautiful, OAK WOOD

until late next spring. They are reg- have returned to add another visitto Orlando Wood YardB. We have employed an expert

ular winter residents of the City their list here. Mr.\ and Mrs. New-

Beautiful and are glad to be back ton are among the oldest winter resi- W. Kin sley, ProprietorPINE who is
here as the weather in the North was dents of Orlando and are always gladto STREET AND K. R. radiator and body man
Telephone 344
getting very cold. II. G. Jackson, of get back to their home on Gunby 9-30

Lockport, will arrive Monday. avenue. J ready to stop that leak in your ra-

tit i TI crushed fenders
diator or make those -

.. look like new.

. 4vKellySpringfield Tires are all

t A,. FIRSTS, no "Seconds." Drop in and see him, we guarantee -


,J, t Kelly Tires are GUARANTEED | |

for 3,500 miles but would
we be : ;;

ashamed of one that didn't give |j !

twice that milage.

Orlando- Kelly Tires are made for service, i ; Juan Uo

& Sul Auto Co. not for ADJUSTMENT. $41 h an Drag

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FOR RENT-Furnished rooms in up- Lumber La1hs and
I stairs apartment, with private fam- Shingles
SENTINELWANTS ily. The rooms are nicely fur-
nished, close in, and board can be ob-
tained next door. Apply 101 East
Robinson avenue. ll-24-6t

Two furnished bungalows two miles '
south of the city on Lake Jennie
Jewel. Everything complete. A party
The Morning Sentinel Want from New York will be here in a
Directory is the Greatest Want few days to occupy one of the four OR.LANDORoyal :
Ad Medium in Orlando. we have with a touring car that will
make easy access to the city. These'
Terms Cash in Advance.RATES are particular HOMES for particular

people. SeeCHADWICK

For One Day ______________23i; l for further particulars. 19 West Cement Agatite Plaster dnd Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________30c Church street. Phone 398. Open ,
For Six Days _______________73c; evenings. l-24-6tc --- -- .-- --
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For One Month $2.50
$1100 BARGAIN 8G' jlalj'o.llltlce'lllllt e'O"'J' . ...'.
This rate applies on all ads of FOR RENT-Furnished for light . DI g .
i'h IfIll U II It JtI I i a U U' Htt9t. II. .1. I" I 1" I II U IIlIlttI
25: words or less. If the ad con- housekeeping, suite of large pleas
tains more than 25 words the rate ant rooms; all modern conveniences;
5 acres in tract-all cleared and will be one cent per word for also two nice sleeping rooms; private
each additional word, for each in- family; close in. 312 North Main St. :s-crSI: ESSI
fenced. About 100 full bearing sertioa.If 11-22-6tc. I

orange trees which will produceover you can't bring your ad to
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- FOR RENT-Large, pleasant fur-
300 boxes this season. counts opened by telephone will be
nished rooms close in, with private -
payable the following day. family. 302 N. Orange
ll-22-6t I Important friendships result from the right introduction and
House Barn and Every Home-Every usiness-
Every Man has use for a FOR RENT-Suite of rooms now oc- the most important ones come through the right banking con-
Sentinel Want Ad. Dr. Christ.
cupied by Long term
Good WellWe tenants 11-13-tfc only desired. Jno. M. Cheney. I nections. Association is the keynote of all business succe s. We

r FOR SALE invite to an account with us where personal inter-
advise those looking for a FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice- you open a
FOR SALE-The attractive 8 room ly furnished rooms; gas, separate
low priced piece of country prop- dwelling, 202 Ilillcrest avenue; bath, new house; adults only. 604 est is taken in every depositor.
erty to call at our office and talk modern and complete in every re Magnolia avenue. 11-10-tf-
spect. If interested call up phone
the matter with This
over us. 505. 11-24-tf FOR RENT-Large, attractive room.
offering will not last long. Inquire No. 8 West Washington St. I ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO.
FOR SALE-Ten] acres fine orange 11-8-tic
land; about 3 acres cleared; 3-4 ofa
mile south of Gill's store and 1-2 FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with
ORlANDO BUILDING & LAND CO mile east of Lake Conway, on terminal garage; elegantly] furnished; on .a..O... .. . . .. . . . . . ...
of proposed brick road. Ad- Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. C ..I. .II..I.i.jllll.IIII.' 1111111 ,.
dress Anna II. Piatt, R. R. No. 1, Box 8-27-tf
II North Orange Avenue 43, Orlando. 1124lm.
. .
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FOR RENT-Seven room house; wa- itiiMMMIiit 11111111111 II II. II II MIM 11.11 11.1. 1111111111111 II II..
PHONE 608 FOR SALE OR TRADE-I have one ter, gas, electric lights, bath, etc.;
7-room house, nicely located, mod- barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL ern in every respect... Will consider 200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange
auto in part payment. Address, avenue. 10-31-tf
C. E. P., Conway, Fla., Box 43, R. R. a/OHING
No. 1. ll-21-8t
FRED B. DALEC. FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con-
H. BRYANT veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A.
DAVIS A GILES CounselF. FOR SALE-Eight: good draft mules, Knox. 11-3-tf
for sale cheap. R. D. Waring,
A. PEPPERCORN ContractorDirectory
Rooms 4 and Watkins Block. FOR RENT FURNISHED-Three Our new stock ofI
11-20-6tc. large, airy rooms, and sleeping
porch; near Lake Lucerne. Mrs. J. E.
FOR SALE-Nice comfortable home Foster, 411 South Boone

I Business I and for orange small trees family; six; grapefruit squares of guava post- 11-11-tfc I Fall and Winter |

-ForBUSY office.Marion' avenue Apply ,to or W.Hotel D. Astor.11181mo' West,. 510 WANTED i Clothing

MEN.T. WANTED-At once, white woman
with first class references, to cook
FOR SALE-Good work horse, at a wash and iron for small family, in
bargain; perfectly sound; young; city. Address P. O. Box 299. ] | Made by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in
F. HOURIHAN Licensed Plumber. good condition. Address R. D. War- 11-22-tf. ,
Conscientious work at fair prices. ing, Room 4-6, Watkins Bldg.
Phone U29. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf 11-20-tfc MULES WANTED-One pair of good : ; and we are anxious for you to see our
large mules wanted for the winter
FOR SALE-A lot of saw mill ma- months. Give weight and terms.
Your general LAUNDRY laundry work, French chinery; boilers, engines, etc. Will Box 604, Orlando postoffice. i New Styles and high class tailoring. Best
11-18-tfc ,
trade for real estate, or sell on easy
4ry cleaning] and pressing will be
ap- terms. R. D. Waring, Rooms 4 and 6,
guar.preciattd.. steed. Satisfaction Open September and service 28th. Watkins Block. 11-20-6tc ROOMS FOR RENT f place in the city to buy clothing.

Phone 651. Reel's Steam Laundry,
fr whites only. 9-25-tf FOR SALE-Five room house, one NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
mile from court house, $650. One to adults only. 409 Delaney street.

Up to date painting, papering, etc., I Liberty Brush automobile $75. Inquire 10-25-tf
Shoe 8 East Church
is the kind you want. Where to get street. 11-17-lmo MISCELLANEOUSART W. M. SLEMONSII
it? That's easy/'phone 636. W. T.

:Kmtrican. 1-20-tf FOR SALE-40 H. P., five passenger PUPILS can make beautiful I
Buick touring car, in first class Christmas gifts. Come and join
Eat what you want. condition; looks like new. Will trade the class under Miss Echols. Room
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Sat all you want. for city property or good interest 43, Watkins building. Phone 218 .IIIIIIIIIIII..IIIIIIIOIIIIIIIIOIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.11111'11 11131'I JIIIIIII
Take a postscript and forget it. bearing paper. R. D. Waring, Rooms after 8 p. m. ll-25-6t
For sale by all druggists. 4 and 6, Watkins Block._ 11-20-6tc
l-T-d&w-lyr I MAKE A SPECIALTY of planting ..1111.111111111111111111. i I 1"1111111' II" 1'11'11111111111111111111111111' "
FOR SALE-One seven orange and grapefruij; trees; all 44 .tll.lllllllllrlllll'I
passenger trees guaranteed to live. References
T. F. HOURIHAN. Licensed Plumber. six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, furnished.

Phone Conscientious 629. 106 work Court at St.fair 8-23-tf prices. unless first class interested.condition.Address Don't Bargain answer, Address 11-10-lmo, Box Charges 222, Ocoee, $6.00, Fla.]per acre. I zMflftJ"

care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf i' 3 #ipor I

Orange avenue, is now open. Beau-
I buy, seli, rent, and exchange real Wakefield, $1.00 per thousand. tiful location near Lake Lucerne.
estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla., Frank Phillips, Pine Castle.
10-28-tf Home cooking. Spacious veranda. We have received a car of Foster Bros' famous
over 30 years. Have handled over Mrs. W. T. Walker. 11-19-1moc
$20,000,000. Call and see me.
10- -3m F. A. LEWTER.A. FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts.
Inquire of Frank Phillips Pine Cas- BLASTING, Subsoiling and Dynamiting -
tte. 9-18-tf of all kinds done on short no-
W. DOWDELL, plasterer, mason tice. A full stock of dynamite in Porslanlyke Iron Beds
and cement worker. 516 W. Church
L FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine magazine at all times. See L. N.
r St. Phone 420. 10-25-lm hammock land; eight in grove; the Lewis 406 S. East street, Orlando.

r NOTICE present 750 to 1,000 crop boxes of oranges; 500 trees will be all from told, 1113lmo'LOST AM t| There is nothing that will compare with the finish !
f Get and have lots ready for sEtting-10 acres in lake,
your roses now
of bloom through the winter. Roses one and quarter miles from Apopka. LOST-Heavy black beaver overcoat. I I that are on Foster Beds, and OUR PRICES for these
for Price, $5,000. Address W. H., B.,x
l ready shipment.t
how 178 Orlando Fla. 9-2J-tf Return to Guernsey's hardware store far less than others charge for the
t H. BROKAW, Salesman. and receive reward. ll-24-3t* I | beds are same

r I 11-3-tf For Sale LOST-Saturday night, between I i style bed that has nothing near the finish. We would .

". NOTICE-ROSES 30 Acres, citrus and vegetable land, Oviedo and Orlando, large bunchof
f Owing to the coo'. weather, our 20 ready fenced for, 10 planting cleared trees, crop this on it winter now, Reward.keys. Return to II. C. l\ICDanie1.1 ; ; like you to call and see this line; nothing like it in
roses are now ready for transplant-
I ing. All orders booked for first shipment and crop next spring; near school and f the
church half mile of
; railroad station;
should here
t be by the 10th of
r November. good neighborhood; four miles from city.We
W. H. BROKAW, Salesman. court house. Special price if taken in
i 11-3-tf next 10-25-tf 30 days. Box 4, Orlando. give coupons with all cash sales. i-ji-

Don't wait for every one in town to FOR SALE-At Winter Park, desir-
t have Entrican, the painter, before able building lot, 50x150; 18 bear-
r you try. Am too busy to look you ing trees; two minutes from the bank -
up. Phone 636, and I will be on the and postoffice. Price 450. Summer- Grocery Pine St.SPECIALS
job. 1-20-tf tin House, Orlando. 11-22-61 .

. .I FOR SALE -- Kincaid now den

; Who is your painter and decorator? Nursery stocK, one, two, three and -
t If you are satisfied keep the one you four year old buds; Foster Early t
i! have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington -
f N.. 636. 1-2-tf Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle, Low Priced Furniture House.
Apopka. Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf I If

f, Take Eat Eat what all you you want.want.and I If i FOR RENT I ij Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida i i'ii

a postscript forget it. I FOR RENT-All modern, furnished I

i:! For sale by all druggists.l-7-d&w-lyr : and house bath; ;Lake best location.Eola; seven Apply rooms 217 LOOK FOR SOMETHINGBIG \\ \\\ \ \\\ \ \\ \" \\\\ \ '\\ '\\'l\l" : \ ::: : :: : : : l : !: : : : :: : : : : :

I East Robinson 11-22
: T. F. IIOURIIIAN, Licensed Plumber.
: Conscientious work at fair prices. : I
I 4 rooms to rent till April 1st; I 1
, kitchenette, bath, fireplace, large pi ANNOUNCEMENT j
azzas. In Concord Park 615 Lex-
' AND --
NEIL McDUFFEE I ington street. ll-24-6t* IN THIS SPACE \ I I MR. FRITZ HAUER has opened aViolin

I FOR RENT-Large convenient rooms TBANSFEB O OR. L. H. RAMSDELu
p Contractor and Builder for light housekeeping. Also pleas- BAGGAGE i OPTOMETRIST i StudioROOM
ant sunshine front bed room on first TOMORROWThe -

' Bungalows a Specialty floor. Private. 315 family West and Cer._ral.modernconveniences. :l. T. HARRELL' Prop. f I (Successor to Dr. 0. F. Lli -; 8 Sr, THOCK. BLDG.

Arcade 11-24-tfc.. ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Building. and Furniture t
; FOR RENT-Five room For particulars cJB at the address.
partly harvest is fast Moving Specialty
season a
furnished. Near Lake Cherokee. ap | AND DO ALL KINDS OF
. They run almost anything and everything I Pri'-e reasonable.: ; Apply> *n2 Os"e"1"! proaching. Try a want ad. in the ... Roars, 9:00 trfL12:0 a-m< t
on wheels these days. I .11-21-61.- Sentinel. Results guaranteed. : 8 E. Church SI.:2: PHOX( 4S7 O-TICAL REPAIRING i iI

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registration of others. It is a first If you have subscribed for the Sen- lillliliMiililllilfllliillilMlllliiitlMMMMtMIMIMIMIMMMIIMM IIIM

UP TO THE MINUTEr class idea and one that Miami could tinel and are not receiving your pa- x

imitate with profit.-Miami Metropo- per, you will do a favor by notifyingus 1iiiJ'

FASHION HINTS lis. at once. c J\

r The county commissioners of Or-
WOMEN SHOULD ange county have subscribed to 750

WEAR TOLD IN BRIEFPARAGRAPHS copies of the local papers and will Waldecker Fish Co Ii
send them to selected lists of prospective II i
settlers throughout the coun- FOR FISH AND OYSTERS
try. This plan was tried for a number -
Patent Leather Collars Vie With of years at Kissimmee, and Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP. 1' l I

M. and W. O. COX
Peacock Pop1inlany proved a very practical method of ad-
Other Fashion vertising.-Tampa Ex. 10-23-tf !

Notes I I
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Patent Leather CollarsA i

new collar and cuff set is made I

of ratine and patent leather. Thereis REAL ESTATE ;

a collar, flaring and high, of blue
and white ratine, faced with black 1915 HARLEY.DAVIDSON-II Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic\ ; !

leather. The cuffs are made of the Mechanical Oil Pump. Step-Starter and 66 Refinements $275.00.

with leather, with heavy f I
ratine faced

portions four inches deep. We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate. ; i.W. WHITNEY WRIGHT, ]129 Orlando.Orange Avenue Fla, j

Peacock PoplinA
If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111, 1111111111111".1111.
striking gown is made of silk

poplin with a blue ground on which and talk your wishes over with us.'1111111111111111 111111111111111.1.
there are peacock's featherstheends t I g II 8 e II I a III 111111111 .111111111 at.111 111.,111111110 1I1I . U iU II I II ""'
or eyes of the feathers, to be The manager of this firm has had years of exper-

exact-woven gown has a long in natural, wrinkled colors.basque This ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a I TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD fi '

made of deep blue velvet.' million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last
Durable Brussels Net :

Some new neck ruffs are made of : two years. COOK WITH GAS
Brussels net, instead of tulle. These '
ruffs are made just like those of tulle. We are well posted on the value of all classes and

The neck is left with a raw, cut edge,
and it is gathered or box pleated and : kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all

held the center with a band I
through ; bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real
satin, that 6. Speed
of velvet or taffeta or 1. Convenience .
sometimes ends in a bow, sometimes ; Estate Bargains.
under an artificial rose. The Brus- 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency .
sels net is decidedly more durable
than tulle, which always loses its 8. Safety 1
3. Cleanliness
freshness and collapses almost to

nothing in moist and rainy weather. WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANYR. : 9. Perfect Regulationof
Are Shawls to Return 4. Simplicity '- .
At the fashionable European resorts Heat ;
during the past few weeks a
D. WAKING, Manager 5. Accessibility: ,
return of the shawl has been reported. 10.1Economy

These shawls, which are worn
I Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf
as evening wraps, are large squaresof
rich silk with an eighteen-inch
fringe lending grace and supplenessto

their folds. They are highly sug- ... .. . . .....' . . .. .. .*+. 7. EFFICIENCY
gestive of Spanish mode and are especially -

effective when draped about I 11111111111111111 t#b".a"" A.' II rt III U Q 011 C 111..11 t
the body or when worn with the Em- I : ,|: Efficient because the fire need not be,lighted until all the food is jp .

press Eugenia Plaid Sports gown. Coats THE CHASE & COPACKING ;| ready to be cooked. Because the moment the cooking is done : j

are Some made of the in new large silk plaids.sports coats Plain ,I I HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs I II the fire is turned off and all expense ceases. Because there isjno, ] \;i

checks, too, of white with a bright modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-
color, are used. On these checked date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the || waste as the fire is concentrated on the place where it is needed ; ; i

and plaid coats there are collars and PROPER PACKING 5* and of the heat
.., none escapes up the chimney. Because when : J
cuffs of plain colors. Others of plain FIRST AID TO

color have collars and cuffs of checks HIGHEST PRICES IC you cook with Gas you utilize every cent's worth of fire ,you buy. j
and plaids. which, however, would not accomplish the end desiredby
Crepe De Chine and LawnA the grower, if he did not also have available the ser- ; J
smart new crepe de chine blouseis vices 1
made of white, with a trimming of '

half yellow an lawn.inch wide Narrow, of the bands lawn, about edge ofTHE CHASE & CO ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT>&CO. J

the fronts of the blouse, the cuffs and SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM 1 1i

the wide collar. The same idea could I which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, ixpeJ GAS DEPARTMENT
be carried out with violet, pink, or i I
rienced, competent and reliable.
blue lawn with very good effect. Such .
a blouse would look well with a white I GIVES THE GROWER 111.1 .., 1.1 .. I1I1 C II II .,1 . .. I'. '1+0 I e III II 1 I1111 II 1 11111. II., 1,
shade HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS "lal'IIIII"I- - - IIII--------- - - ,. r .............. . . .- -. .. .- -. -. .- -. _- -_ _- _- -. -. -_ _- -. .- -_ -_ .. -. -_ -_ -r.......-.....-....- -
skirt or with a suit of a deeper I
of the color of the lawn.

green satin evening gown is sim-

ply made, and depends for its trim- C :EiA-SE & CO., BARGAIN LET ME BEAUTIFY YOUR GROUNDS
ming solely on a little jacket of black
net, covered with tiny jet sequins. < I Main Office, Jacksonville, Florida WHETHER A COUNTRY ESTATE !
The jacket is finished with four tas- I ; 9-30-d&w A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. j
sels, which are attached to the pointed M I1111I1II II . III II I I II I I I:! III . I ..! OR A SMALL CITY LOT
sections under the arms that han'gdown --- MAN\ TO GET IT? ,

Two acres just out side the
MORNING neighborhood. Impvovedwith
110 citrus trees, 20 in
A nice with Werner F.
Troops 3 and 4 of the Boy Scoutsof bearing. pinery NehrlingLANDSCAPE
America, under Scoutmaster Jas. ; one thousand bearing plants,
Burden and Scoutmaster Jos. Wood- and other Florida fruits for ARCHITECTAND !

nick, will leave Thursday morning at home use. Good six room
5 o'clock for a hike and breakfast in BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS bungalow furnished, chicken
the woods. LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS house and stable. Located I
This is one of the features of the .
on a nice corner. A fine lit-: contemplate planting a citrus '
Scout movement that the boys always Effective from August 1, 1914 to August you grove
welcome and is one of the most urgent 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc- tle home for little money. it will pay you to get my advice.

and necessary parts of a Scout's tion during that time: Price $1650. Cash $700. Local Agent for BUCKEYE NURSER-
work-preparing him for his personalcare Balance an terms.Ve ,
easy IES
Car $555.00 t Tampa, Fla.
with the least comfort, and also Touring are exclusive agents for this
, teaching him the life of nature in all 505.00F.
Runabout property. OHice] Above PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
its branches.
O. B. Orlando. AU ear tally equipped.
Scouts will leave from in front of PHONE 570 IIIotfFurnished
postoffice at 5:15 sharp, and all not Farther, we will be able t. obtain the maximum efficiency Cooper Atha
factory production and the minimum nat In .n
there by tha ttime will be left. in purchasing our aa". -lea. department if .we reach an output of II 111111 II II I iciei II II II I II II II 11111111 II III II I I H '
114 South
Don't forget your staffs. Se...0. can I bet. the aboro date Orange ATe., Ground Floor
thia production we agree to pay aa I
should we rea. Phone No. 311 I"
The buyer- share from S40 to SC8 per car (on or aboutAugust i
SAID ABOUT ORLANDO USIS to enf'J' retail buyer who mrcha. a new .
between A.pat 1. 1914 and Aniut 1. IMS.
Ford car Homes for Sale
theM low pica and preflhannc *- I
farther particular retardinr
Orlando has a "Tourists' Headquarters For sea Atlantic Coast Line 1
a large reception hall with a
IJ__ ___ __.. --=-._ _-' F. G. RUSH TOURIST from TRAINS i

NORTH AND WEST Special for 10 Days
'hone 228 II IIi.
W "Dixie Flyer" t
; i.< "Dixie Limited" No. 1. 14 Rooms with two baths; No. 3. 4 Room cottage; moderncentrally a
"Seminole Limited" located. Owner's price, throughout; several bearing orange :
_..-.s---& "Montgomery Route" $5,000. and grapefruit trees. Owners price, t
"South 'Atlantic Limited"Pullman $2,500. J
cars from Chicago, St. Louis, No. 2. 5 Room bungalow, on beau- Them homes are all ready to step ;
Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisvilleand tiful lake, with dock and boat; lot into and hang up your hat. I haveparticular
75x450 feet, all set to budded
intermediate points to Jackson- young properties for particular '<
i : ville, Fla. citrus trees. Owner's price, $3,200. people, city and county. See--
ii ;; : I I I Dining Cars j

:'- ;, .... is tl'y.I viaATLANTIC i
,c. :" i ..: : i" ij { COAST LINE
: 't''. A Standard Railroad of the SouthJ.
1 G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., The Man That Sells Real Estate. 19 W. Church Street.
,' Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla.
: A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., Watch this space for change ia 10 days. ''JI!!
I. 38 West Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.


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E. L. Harris, an employe of the
Orlando Water and Light company,
lIJ was overcome by gas jesterdayhile ,
; '. repairing gas mains for the company I
on Lucerne Circle. The gas affected
him in such a manner as to render
him irresponsible and several men
: had to care for him. lIe was takento
BIG is Not
Starting his home where he was revived
after several hours. In the afternoon t
Starting RightIf
he resumed his work on the Circle.

our wealthiest men had waited to I
.' start their bank accounts with a BIG ST. LUKE'E THANKSGIVING i iI fthl
amount-they would still be waiting. I
Little deposits grow to big sums. It's I :
j At St. Luke's Cathedral today there ,
the little business that has the best chanceto
i will be a celebration of the Holy Cojnj I
become big. It is the young man who lillul
j munion at 7 a. m., with Morning
take care of the small sums who will fIi

be can able encourage to handle small a big We wel-. I 110:30 Prayer o'clock.and sermon Offerings by the of Bishop fruit and at'I I I It 1 ] One ol our greatest catIt of

per come accounts of $1.00.Ve pay 4 I I vegetables day will be collected sent to the at the Church service to-I'f :rEEi\t'I( ( I Iv' (::..<:"J [\( (!l I r..rI J i h

and Hospital. .

the establishment of tile 1 e era] Reserve
In the County Judge' Court. Orange County
of Orlando Florida 11 1 II Ii I )inns System v/iiicli is relieving the financial

I To Francis J. Wooding Charlottesville Va.; distress
} inc
Ella Knickerbocker Somers. Conn.; Eunice establishing ni credit.iir .
B. Lockwood. Sharon Conn.; Charles L.
V\ardwell. Chicago Ill; Earl Steiner and -
Mira Lunnard. New Haven Conn.; Henry r
Ingraham. \\allinitford. Conn.; Phebe
leather, Chicago III. Nettie-. Shirk. Chicago -
ilL; Lena Waldron. Somers. Conn.; ,
Edward Knickerbocker. Somers Conn.; Al- "
thea H Fairchild, Bridgeport Conn; Sharon -
I Burial Association. Sharon. Conn.; .
j Methodist Episcopal Church Society Sharon, ,
j I Conn., VV A. Ross Sharon. Conn.; Abbie ,. ,
I Bunting Tomngton, Conn., and all whom .-'- .. ".. ..
I it may concern; .,. ... ;:.. '.,. .... .
i 14hereas. rank A Hotchkuts. as executor "
j of the estate of Mira Ilotchkiss. deceased with .. ... ... .
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the will annexed has filed his petition to sell .: i
the following described real estate, lying and
being in the County of Orange and State of .' .
For ThanksgivingLet :Honda, to-wit:
I Lot 12 of E. W. Speers Addition to OrlanI -
I in accordance with the
now on
us send for you by parcel post a I I file in my office.
BOX OF FRUIT i before These this are,court therefore on or to before cite you the to 28th appear day l '

cost.back make home*a nice for rememberance Thanksgiving., at a It small will ':'Ito::of same Witness the December.will granting, and my be file granted A hand of. objection said nineteen as petition County prayed.if,any otherwise hundred Judge you aforesaid have andfourteen the, )iir : I mr' 1J ID' &Wj ;;c': '0'to :

and the seal of said Court this 2oth
Wrights Seed StorePhone day of November. 1914.
SeaL) WM. MARTIN, County Judge.. .. .'. .. .'- .. .
179 South Orange Avenue i Davis & Giles Attorneys for Petitioner.i '. 3:
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II) That we guarantee not to tarnish or become dull are included jj 1111 .

in the BIG SALE now going on. t-r';' n1111 I

ii --- OSCAR HAND & SON, West Pine F"" l atir .. 1I 1I

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-GreatThanksgiving I Sale r I

At The Big StoreWe

present to the public the most wonderful array of high-grade Linens ever seen in any

store, and we confidentially assert--first that we are showing the best values in Linens

that are to be found in the city.

TABLE DAIASKIERCERIZEI? 60 inches TABLE DAMASK, 72 inches wide, very handHemstitched Tea Napkins at
wIde, pure bleached, 39c. quality -------- 24 c some line of designs, heavy Irish Linens, 1 69 '

$2.00 quality ------------------------- i. 52.50 $3 00 $4.00 doz.
TABLE DAMASK, highly mercerized, full 64
inches wide, handsome designs, 75 cent 48
quality C $5.00 ALL LINEN DINNER NAPINS, extra
$1.25 HEMMED NAPKINS, mercerized, $1.25: 4.39TOWELS
98c value at _
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TABLE DAMASK, 72 inches wide, all pure lin- 17 quality per dozen ---------------------

en, splendid line of designs, $1.00 quality tTABLE /C !
hemmed Buck, with small design, a IQc25c
regular 15 cent quality
DAMASK, pure bleached, all linen, $1.50 ALL LINEN BLEACHED NAPKINS __$ 1.2 9
heavy: weight, full 72 inches wide, $1.25 89c TOWELS, hemstitched and all pure linen, also '

quality a big heavy weight Turkish Bath Towel.
35c. and 40c. quality
TABLE .DAMASK, of Irish manufacture, $2.00 ALL LINEN BLEACHED NAPKINS--$1.59

strong and serviceable, Dots, Floral and PURE LINEN HUCK AND DAMASK TOWELS -
Satin Stripe? Designs, full 2 yards wide, 1 29 hemstitched, scalloped and embroid- 00

$1.50 quality 1 $3.00 ALL LINEN DIE NAPKINS ____$ 2.39 ered, at 50c., 65c., 75c. and ------------_ .
TABLE DAMASK, extra heavy double satin, GUEST TOWELS, a beautiful line, hemstitch
all pure Irish Linen, 72 inches wide, beautiful "1 ed, scalloped and embroidered at 25c., 35c., 50cOrlando's
_____________ .39 $4.00 ALL LINEN DINNER NAPKINS ___$ 3.19 40c. and
designs, $1.75 quality '. -- -----------------------------

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