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 27, 1914
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
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6 v. : ;


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Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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South Florida sentinel
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Sustained by the British

Navy-Terrible British Observer Says It Has Large Audience Attended Service Chambers President of Com- '
Explosion Done No Damage to Allies of Presbyterians, Baptists pany, Guilty on Twelve of

So Far, but May and Methodists Fourteen CountsPenalty -

Washington, Nov. 26.-Profound Do So YesterdayUnion Heavy -

mystery in the state department has OPENED BOLD DAYLIGHT ROBBERY
London, Nov. 26.-A silent gun is Thanksgiving services were Kansas City :Mo., Nov. 26.-Five
been made over the sudden coming to i YESTERDAY AFTERNOON
the latest weapon to be brought for- held by the Presbyterian, Baptist and officials of the Chambers Land company I
America of Henry Van Dyke, the : Methodist charged with misuse of the I WHILE FAMILY AT
congregations yesterday
ward by the German army in France, A Large Number From Orlando I
United States minister to the Neth- morning at the Methodist church the mails in the sale of South Florida j i BARBECUE
I according to a narrative by Colonel Motored to Chuluota Yesterday j
erlands. This news was disclosed today ) Rev. Dr. E. T. Poulson, pastor of the land, were found guilty by a jury in -
I E. W. Swinton, British eye witnesson federal court here this afternoon. to Enjoy
when it was reported that he is i I Baptist church, delivering a splendid

to bring Washington peace sugges- the front. I address on the subject, "America I The men convicted are: Edward C. Dinner JOBBERY DISCOVERED 4 O'CLOCK

tions for the ear of President Wilson The narrative dated November 23, God's Opportunity." The Rev. Dr. :I Chambers, president of the company, --- I i --
J. E. Wray, pastor of the Methodist guilty on the first twelve of four- j The beautiful Chuluota Inn at Chu-
was given out here today by the offi- ,, Jewels Silver and :Money Were
alone.It I church, delivered' a beautiful prayer, teen counts; Ernest T. Rug: ell, :.-:'.ty j luota was formally opened yesterday

became known that Mr. Van cial British press bureau. It says: I as did the Rev. Dr. J. W. Stagg, pastor on first twelve; F. W. H ,, "ULty i under the auspices of Mrs. Chas. D. I!i Among Valuables Stolen

Dyke has sent a letter to the presi- "On our center the Germans brought of the Presbyterian church. on first twelve; Rev. Al1' :!rt E. Cam- Brumley, proprietress, and many II | -Enter Bedroom

dent's secretary to see the president forward a silent gun which may be Dr. Poulson's texts were: mage, guilty on twelve rents only; | from Orlando, including a special !

Saturday. An audience will be given pneumatic, or worked by some me- I "Blessed is the nation whose God C. H. Hubbard, guilty on fi st ou it. i i representative of The Sentinel, attended | Window

Saturday or next week. chanical contrivance. There is no report is the Lord.-Ps. 33:12. The maximum penalty on each ..ontis I i the affair. The new hotel is j between
Some time !JI
yesterday i
the I "Ye the of the world a fine of $1,000 and five years in I two stories, brick, with spacious
:Mr. Van Dyke, according to un- of the shot; the projectile trav- are light o'clock in the morning and 4 o'clockin i
derstanding here, is to bring word I I Let your light shine.-Matt.: 5:14-16. 0I the penitentiary. The men will not j porches and approaches, and commands '
air without of the afternoon robber robbers,
els through the any a or
be sentenced until after motion for | view of Lake
from Queen Wilhelmina' of Holland, I Some thoughts from the sermon a I an exquisite
entered the home of C. L. Al-
the made the usual shell Capt.
warning by
new trial is argued. i Catherine.
outlining a plan whereby the Nether-j I I delivered by him follow: bertson, who resides two and a half
lands government and the .United and the first notice of its arrival is j We often hear the question asked, Thirty large and most liveable
miles south of Orlando, completely
will ask all other neutral the detonation. So far the do DOUBLE SHOOTING; 2 KILLED I rooms are in the hotel. A hard clay II i
States pow- j weapon j"Why so many people habitually raided the house and escaped with
ers to join in a gigantic effort to end j has done no danger." absent themselves from the house of I I road twines in and out and around valuables amounting to about $500.It .

the European war. All diplomats I The account says the trenches of God and why do they take such lit- Montgomery, Mo., Nov. 26.-Isaac '! the lake and gives picturesque beauty of the boldest daylight

spoken to today about Mr. VanDyke's I the opponents are not far apart. TheI tle interest in public worship?" But Strickland, of Pinkneyville, 111., today j to the setting of the hotel. About robberies was one that has been

contemplated visit, said it un- I battle rages back and forth shoot- instead of trying to answer that ques- shot and killed his wife's mother, '! 150 guests were served yesterday. trated in this section ever, and to perpe-early

doubtedly had elements of a vital 'ing competitions are held, and tobacco tion, let us ask another one, viz., Mrs. Sallie Ryan, as she was on her I The hotel was especially decorated this morning no clue leading up to the

character. is exchanged. I!"Why do people go to church at all?" way to a well in the yard. When he J,and presented a beautiful appearance. arrest of the guilty parties had been
j' rushed to the house and attemptedto The following were some from Or-
"This is not. unwelcome to our Why are we here in this sanctuary .
TERRIFIC EXPLOSION BLOWSUP men," says the account "on one ac- j;! this morning, and for what purpose climb through the window Strick- I lando that attended the formal open- II j 5:30 o'clock J. W. Pace, who
BATTLESHIP least the not land was shot dead by another son-in- ing and partook of the dinner. Many I II
BRITISH count at as artillery can j j do we come? I think I hear the I resides on the farm adjoining Capt.
London, Nov. 26.-The British battleship shoot into our trenches without endangering ;I quick response from every waitingI law of Mrs. Ryan. The shooting was others were present from all parts of
I Albertson on the north, came into The
Bulwark was blown up and i their own men. I j I I : "We have entered into His gates the result of a quarrel which caused the county. II i Sentinel office and told of the rob-

sunk in the estuary of the Medway "The weather is very cold and I''i i with thanksgiving, we have come into Mrs. Strickland to leave her husband I From Orlando: N. P. Yowell, B.

riV'' at 7:53 this morning. Between snow has fallen the drop in temper- I I His courts with praise." and return to her mother. Drew, A. A. Carmack, Prof. and Mrs. bery. Albertson and his family left
700 and 800 men were lost, including ature having made the men so stiff !I Am I correct in stating it thus? Simmons, Miss DeLaney, E. G. Duck- j his residence on the old Dodge -..
Captain Guy Belater, her commander that they can scarcely crawl out of Then dear The Orlando Plumbing companyhas worth and family, J. D. Barnes and :,
blessings upon you, at 10 o'clock yesterday morning,
removed its offices from the Y ow- family, Arthur Yowell of Sanford, '
and all officers. the trenches when relieved. +|
|friends; for if that is the spirit in and with others living in the neigh-
Only 14 of her crew were saved. It "The change in the weather has which you have come this will be a ell-Duckworth building to No. 26 W. Clarence Brown and family and Mrs. i{ borhood attended a large barbecueat

was announced officially that the explosion chiefly affected aerial, reconnoisanceand helpful hour and a blessed occasionto Pine street. The change was neces- J. II. Harris, Jas. A. Knox, Thomas ( Drennen's station. After havinga
was from the interior and transport. The freezing weather soul. sitated by the fact that the businesshas Mathews and wife, :Miss Julia Chapman i'
every waiting good time at the Thanksgiving af-
riginated in the ship's magazine.The makes the roads better and the clear, j grown to such an extent that it Miss Pope, Henry Yowell, Mrs.
But we have come with thanksgiving fair Capt. Albertson returned to his
disaster is the most appalling crisp atmosphere makes it easier for became necessary, or more conven- :McKenzie, Miss Schill, John Boone,
to whom, and for what? home about 4 o'clock.
that the British navy has suffered in the aviator to view the landscape. [ gratitude ient to place the office at the show M. M. Smith, Whitney Wright, and
Have with God The front door which had been
to ,
we come praise our
the war. The men aboard did not'' "The Germans in one place are us- and work room, and with this pointin T. II. Hurlburt and family. ,
I for some ten, twenty, fifty or a hun- locked in the morning, was standingopen
have a fighting chance. ing a forty-two centimeter howitzer view, they have provided a perma- '
dred blessings? Oh, no! but for un- FOOTBALL RESULTS a screen from a window was lying -
Alongside of the Bulwark at the against the British left. November nent location by taking a three year

time of the explosion, a lighter was {121, we captured a German aeroplane (Contimuod on page 4)) lease, with the privilege of buying. Philadelphia-Cornell 24, Pennsyl- the house on the was bed in in a the state bed of room disorder.and

loading ammunition on the 15,000 ton tearing circulars calling on the Hindus I vania 12.
Providence-Brown 20 Carlisle 14. Bureau and table drawers were open
battleship when suddenly a terrific to desert. Orlando Filled With Joy and Syracuse-Notre Dame, 20, Cyra- I and the contents lay on the floor scat-
explosion occurred in the bowels of I Some of the roads in the enemy's cure 0.
: tered about the room. It was evident
the ship, and the Bulwark rapidly dis rear in one quarter," Colonel Swin- Fordham-Villanova 7, Fordham 6. I
appeared. i I ton writes "have become impassable, I Peace Happy Thanksgiving Day "orcester-Holy Cross 7, Vermont -. that the yeggmen had entered the
0. bed room window, the bed room beingon
The violent that it is believed
explosion was so owing partly to the
Easton-Lafayette 56, Dickinson 7. I the first floor.Everything .
debris from the battleship was scattered weather conditions existing before the Washington, Pa.-Washington and
miles around. The buildings in recent drop in temperature, and also I The spirit of Thanksgiving captured Elaborate menus were prepared by Jefferson 34, Bucknell 0. that shone or sparkledwas

the vicinity were shaken. Sailors on to the attentions of our artillery." Orlando yesterday, and the the hotels, boarding houses and res- Richmond-Virginia 20, North Car- "lifted" by the bold marauders.
I olina 3.Nashville. Razors were stolen; a revolver belonging -
the ships near the Bulwark were gratefulness that fills the heart and taurants, many were' grateful to -Sewannee 14, Vander-
I to Capt. Albertson was miss-
knocked senseless and scores on the fair grounds had ever seen an airship home observed live in a land whose largess and bilt 13.
was generally ing belonging to :Mrs. Al-
land were. deafened and thousands of and they were amazed at the I bounty no one could ganisay. Atlanta-Georgia Tech 26, Clem- ; a purse
throughout the city and its suburbs. bertson containing $5 was silverware -
i, Quite a number of invited guests son 6. gone;
windows were shattered. beautiful sight. Mr. Kuhl, a man yet
Nearly all of the business houses remained went out to Chuluota to be presentat Birmingham-:Mississippi Aggies 9, was missing and a bag of
in his twenties, with his partner con- Alabama 0.KnoxvilleTennessee.
closed throughout the day the opening of the Chuluota Inn jewelry containing rings, diamonds ;
CARL KUIIL AT OCALA structed this machine in Long Island ( 23, Kentucky
and has made many successful I and the postoffice observed Sunday and partake of the hospitality of Mr. State 6. and gold was stolen. The total
hours. and :Mrs. Chas. D. Columbia-South Carolina 7, Cit amount lost was between $400 and
IB the early part of the afternoonit flights. lie will again make a flight Brumley.
I A union service of the Presbyterian Sport loving folks hied to adel 6. $500. ,
announced that the Tampato
was aeroplane this afternoon.-Ocala Banner 26th. New Orleans-Tulane 0,Louisiana 0.
'notwithstanding the high wind would i Methodist and Baptist churches witness the gridiron contest be- Roanoke-Poly 3, Virginia Military Mr. Pace after reporting the' rob-

make a flight around the fair grounds. THE WEATHER | was held at 10:30 o'clock in the Methodist tween Southern College and Stetson Institute 0.GainesvilleFlorida. bery to The Sentinel immediately reported _

Mr. Carl Kuhl, of Orlando, made one I j church, Rev. E. T. Poulson, of University. Others went over to 14, Mercer 0. the matter to Sheriff Gordon, 4f

of the prettiest flights that has ever I Florida: Unsettled, probably rain the Baptist church preaching the ser Ocala to take in the sights at the Hampden Lynchburg Sydney Roanoke 0.CharlotteDavidson. College 19, who will carry on a rapid investigation. 1
Capt. Albertson is well knownto
been eeen in Ocala. It was the first Friday; colder in northwest. Satur- mon. Marion-Sumter fair. Quite a numberof 7, Wake For-
tia4 that some of the people at the day, rain and colder. j A number of dances were given by young folks off at school came est 6.The. local people. He lives on the old

i the dancing clubs of the town and home just for the day, and quite a Dodge place on Lake Jenny Jewel,

1 music filled the air everywhere while few townspeople spent a day in the following members of the owns an orange grove and recently 1
I. President Wilson Sees First Snow liberally patronized. Dinner parties, woods. lando Rifles basket ball team or-I built four bungalows. He has been

up to Palatka yesterday spending the winters here for three
-- I the different theatres in the city were Yesterday was one of general re
over the Atlantic Coast Line where or four coming from Waverly, ,
mostly family predominated. joicing. j
Williamstown, Mass., Nov. 26.- "That is a good Republican I'I they were scheduled to play a game N. Y.

President Wilson arrived here at 4 shouted a man as a prominent Republican ,I with the Palatka aggregation: Ray

o'clock Wednesday afternoon to spend I 1 shook hands with the presi- ; tM. PRINCE IS DEAD PREMIUM LIST NOW our Chapman, E. C. Moore S. :Morton,I Magazines, daily papers, music, .-

Thanksgiving with his daughter Mrs. dent. j I' S. Saulsbury, Jas. Calder, Willis :artists' materials and Christmas nov-
: "I am glad to hear it," replied :Mr. Hyer, C. M. and Elmer Rodenbaugh. elties. Curtis & O'Neal, next post-
Francis Sayre, wife of the assistantto I II II
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j Wilson. "I want as of them I "
many They will return home this morning. I office.
the president of Williams college. as possible with me." I( Well Known Citizen Died Nov. 3.:>00 Copies of Premium List is

The visit had added significance be- [ Several hundred school children I i ij 10 at Randolph, New I of Coming Fair Are Being

cause Wednesday was the first an- j waved American flags and cheered as York, WidowSurviving ; Distributed by the [Walks Ten Miles To Eat TurkeyMrs. !

niversary of the Sayre marriage. I the president's train passed through' DirectorsW.

President Wilson was greeted at Iloosick, N. Y. I D. M. Topliff, assisted by alI I walked the entire ten miles to get a

.he station by practically the entire Mr. Wilson plans to take a com- l J. M. Prince, well known to Orlando R. O'Neal, secretary of the Sub- truistically inclined women, gave a | bite of dinner, having read the glad- s

Population of Williamstown. The plete rest while here and will see no I people died November 10, at his i tropical :Midwinter Fair, said yester- free turkey dinner yesterday in the some news of the free dinner in The '

students greeted him with cheers. i callers except personal friends. home in Randolph, N. Y. He is survived day that matters pertaining to the vacant room opposite the Grand the-I Sentinel, Orlando's most widely' read

On pig arrival President Wilsonsaw I President Garfield, Williams college I by his widow. The deceasedlived I big exposition were coming along in I atre for hungry men. About thirty : newspaper. i

bis tit; -snow of the season. He J,.f son of the late President Gar-I in this community for about'' splendid shape. "We are sending men came to the dinner which beat Those who assisted Mrs. Topliff in !
expects to go sleighing- _as much aspossiM field of the United States paidIr.. twenty years and was well and favorably i'out," said :Mr. O'Neal, "3,500 copiesof I anything that the highest toned ho- bringing joy and sunshine to the i
stop\ I I I Wilson- visit tonight. Professor known. lIe owned considerable the premium list to the five counties tels in New York could offer. Turkey souls of the hungry men were Mrs. ft,
his Jl ( t
shook hands Ythepresident Ivenl I Stockton Eason, brother-in-law of I property in this vicinity. The sympathy j taking part in the fair. The bookis galore and cranberries and every- Caplinger, Mrs. Buckmaster, Mrs. Pe- !

thousand witbX, :Mrs. Wilson, was also a Thanksgiving of the community is expressed j featured by the large number of thing else was on the menu. I drick, Mr. S. C. Scull, Mr. Stier, Mr. 1 i!

people and waved of .b/s handto guest. j f' through The Sentinel to :Mrs. Prince, ,: premiums given away by the mer- One college professor who was out Belton Long and Mrs. Rettle. Mrs. !

collar women factory employes who leaned aJrt and President Wilson attended the who, it is stated, will arrive in Orlando chants. Any one desiring a copy of I of work and unable to find employ- Topliff is also greatly indebted to I

< winnows, to see him. OltQf_the Thanksgiving services at St. John's in a short time to spend the I the premium list booklet may have J ment was one of the grateful diners. I Mrs. Schnarr and Mrs. Hawley for J

Episcopal church. i winter season. one by writing to me." 1 Another man from ten miles away donation

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M. E. CHURCH CONFERENCE Church, South, 'opened in this city BEST SELECT OYSTERS, 50c. QuartTheWaldeckerFishCo
NEW OFFICERS OF DARACAPHh.ATHEA OPENS AT LITTLE ROCK today with Bishop Henry Morrison, You Ought to See Our Caleri

of Florida, presiding. Nearly every The beautiful, much advertised "Volland" line. BI):
Little Rock Ark. Nov. 25.-The
[ UNION member in the conference was present FOR FISH AND OYSTERS form and with handsome covers and decorations.
annual sesion of the Little Rock con-
ference of the Methodist Episcopal,I at the opening meeting. Phone No. 5. 206 Boone Street Longfellow Calendars t;
Stevenson Calendars
:MEETING AT PALATKA HAD .--- --- ---- P. M. and W. O. COX Kipling Calendars
BENEFICIAL RESULTS; 10-23-tf Household Calendars *
ARCADIA IN 1915 IK""D S, Bed Time Stories Calendars ; ;
Calendar of Dinners i
Florida Now Holds Sixth Placein ...4 'Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST Calendar of Salads: 1 .:
the Organization of ', ., :.:: Calendar of Luncheons *
Classes Since LastConvention Calendar of Golden Thoughts, etc, etc.| ,

w [; m m ...:..J I;..; M ii .-. m i. r Will open an office at Only 50c. each, and nothing can be more book
= --- .- Christmas Gift at a moderate than these
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; 113; S. Orange Ate.
The second annual convention of over &
You the
O'Neal's Store. get cream of the lot if you make your setw. ;
the Baraca-Philathea Union of Flor- li6 I
ida held this week at Palatka has ,,- z _. .:o__ .}1\& ".___o ""..".. = 11-6-tf S. BRANCH
closed and the following officers were '. (.{,;t. Wry DtIm Bma--Tr..1-==-.-II.... "- i'. Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's : i
elected: Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf The Arcade Book and Music Store
President Edward T. King, of = Pat a Good Roof on a Good Barn .: kE I:

Jacksonville. BThis is a model dairy-fancy stock, scientific stable ar ,
Secretary, Miss Marie Sanders, of -everything just right. And the roof selected for !
Arcadia. this up-tCMlate dairy wasPAROID

Treasurer, R. O. Turner, of Arca- !

Secret service secretary, an ew of- *
fice which was created at this con- II
vention, D. A. Avant, of Quhicy. = ROOFING = I
The vice-presidents are elected one
= Th.Real Rival of B..,ShinU _-__
for the Baraca and one for the Phila- I
theas from each congressional dis-' ::The matter of price had nothing to do with its selection. NCMNSCT Paroid.. I
cho-en because it lasts looser than shingles and adds protection-therefore makes
trict in the state and are as follows: ,,,,, better and safer roof. Yet NEMNSET Paroid actually costs less than shingles both to a -w.wy ... I ... "," 1I'o.o&:;. :r .__ __ .,.,__
bar and to lay. You will agree with leading farmers everywhere when yon really
First district, John E. White and -- know NCPiMCT Paroid. It is the permanent-wear.economical roof for barns,stables --
Miss Merele Perry, of Tampa. -ras-all farm buildings. -- I FINE ICE CREAMS AND ICES
Second district, D. Neil Ferguson, -
of Ocala, and Miss Maxie Grable, of s

Live Oak. Telephone 664
Third district, John Harper, of .
Quincy, and Miss Carrie Burker, of -- .
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DeFuniak Springs. k. -: =
Fourth district, Frank S. Chapman, s. -I'i i; and we will deliver your
of Palatka, and Miss Lilla Keller, of
Jacksonville.The SOLD I3Y ICE CEE..A.I.

next convention will be held in Jos. Rumby Hardware Co. .
April, 1915, and the place for the ,
next convention was voted to Arca For the last Twenty-five Years. I. For Thanksgiving or Sunday Dinner

received telegram from of the congratulations world-wide presi-was '" 0 New York Ice Cream my Specialty.

dent and founder of the movement, 'O i d 'P i' t' i Philadelphia and Fancy Ice Creams to Order

Marshall Y., in which A. Hudson he advised, of Syracuse that Floridanow N. Orlando Paint and Wall Paper i Co.High 'I j .Wholesale and Retail Bricks Cans. t",

stood sixth in the contest for or- k ..... or ....
ganizing classes since the last; world-
, wide conventiQn in June, having or- AGENTS FOR Grade Oils, Varnishes Neapolitan Creams Always in Stock
ganized twenty-two chartered classes Katsomine, Wall Pa- :
since that time. From the pledges of Patlon's Sun Proof Paper,Wall Board, Roof !
the delegates in attendance to in Paints ing, brushes, Etc.I .
crease their endeavor in the work a ='m :a:. :CIOEFLEE
r sOLD;AT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Orange Ave.
great many more classes will soon be
i organized and Florida will increase ORLANDO, FLORIDA* Residence 205 Liberty St., Corner Mariposa.
r its standing among the states of the I I

i Union. Special Wall Paper 3000 Rolls at 5c. I Factory Around the Corner. Prices Reasonable.

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I The Florida Real Estate and


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The President of this Company left Saturday for SEBRING and will be at his office

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.


_________ _____________________-___ INVESTORSTo =______________________ _____________

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 in Florida values in real estate

for the last fifteen years should be of some benefi .

; : Phone 570 OVER PEOPLES NATIOI : .i,

Incorporated, $25,000.00 paid up IT > .
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fOLDERFLORIDA i Two Mountains: on Fire-No Thousand Men: From ]
Dominion: Go to Fight j
Hope of Abating Fire Except -
for England in
t Egypt:
SHARE OF HANDSOMEA. : ,i Plant Burns Ottawa, Xov. 26-Some Canadians I,
see in remarks made by Premier Bor- ,
I Little Rock, Ark., Xov. : .-Reports den in connection with Canada's re- |
t Atlantic Coast Line's new win- today indicated little change in cruiting of additional contingents a I

ter travel folder, Tropical Trips, Golf the forest fire situation in Arkansas. hint that troops from this country {

AVENUEOne Courses, and Hotel Directory, is a Ii. Damage has been confined chiefly to may be sent to Egypt. Hughie Mack Wallie Van
credit to the railroad. timber. The smoke cloud which liftedin This statement in the official announcement ,

Florida shares most handsomely in Little Rock last night, again set- I is regarded as significant Flora Finch Lillian WalkerIN
the illustrations and the graphicalword tled over the city tonight and it was i : ,

paintings of scenes and sections impossible to see more than a few
"In the western provinces of can-
along the A. C. L. lines, and the at- blocks. The same conditions exist ,
ada large numbers of men anxious to
tractive manner in which the wholes the state. "
Lot 100 by 240 assembled and presented renders it I I The only hope of extinguishing the able.serve as They mounted are excellent troops riders are avail and "THE NEW\ STENOGRAPHER

really a souvenir of the South. fire is a general rain and the weather
I good shots, and the government has ,
Naturally it points out the advan- bureau offers very little encourage-

One Lot 50 by 225 tages of travel by the Atlantic Coast ment. That any considerable setbackwas their made services special can effort be to utilized.arrange Recent that A Vitagraph ComedyCan
Line railroad and it shows such a
given to the fires by rains that
cable communications with the Brit- j you conceive of such a combination appearingin
labyrinth of connections that one can fell today in portions of the burning
ish government lead to the hope that one production ?
125 make reaching every possible place in district was no indicated by reports
One Lot 50 by opportunity to make the services of I
Florida and the West Indies that the early tonight. This comedy has been enacted in the Vitagraph
these effective in some theatreof
folder is more than apt to be a keyto Two Mountains Ablaze Theatre, Broadway, two hundred and fifty times.
active operations be found in
unlock for the company the gate
With Fourche mountain and Gran- the early future."
which flood of travel will
through a
ite mountain ablaze and the smoke
reach the state. from the burning timber sweeping in

The folder says: "It is intended in dense black clouds into this city, WHAT ISScoutmaster BOY SCOUTS? WILLIE "

Prices Right this publication to touch briefly, in a came a closer realization of the men- ,
the delightful -
descriptive way upon many
of the fires, which
resorts of access to ace now are rag- A Selig Comedy Complete in two parts.
easy ing throughout the state. The burn- Answers Questionand
those health and pleasures in
seeking ing areas are within less than four Gives Sentinel Copyof

the sunny Southland."It miles of the heart of the business dis- Oath Boy Scouts
is generally accepted as truism
trict. The destruction of the state SubscribeA "
that recreation is just as "Two Men Who Waited
stone crushing plant last night at a father of one of our boys who
if healthy life is to be ,
. loss of more than $50,000 was attrib- recently joined the new troop of
You Know What attained. Consequently, the numberof uted to sparks. I Scouts in Orlando asked ScoutmasterJas. An Essany Drama."THAT.
resorts sought by tourists is increasing Burden on the street the other I

:year by year, and the facili- day what there was to benefit his

Orange Avenue Is ties for comfortably entertainingthem PRESIDENT FOR MARINENext boy in the movement.A I

are enlarging correspondingly."By boy who can take the Scout oath ORCHESTRA

the various methods of amuse- and live to it every day '-y the Jit ;p ,

ment provided in the maze of resorts Message: to Congress Will of his father and others, ; nd pr :mire
mentioned herein, and the unexcelled The only one in the city. Hearing it is worth twice the
Urge Passage Measure: obligation:
transportation facilities afforded, this price of admission.
I I to Create Merchant: "On my honor, I will ''o ny be- t
section grows steadily in popularity I
to do my duty to God and i 1 .y u .-
with the thousands of visitors from Marine
try and to obey the Scout laws;
CARL DANN the North and West."
I Washington, Nov. 26.-An intimation "To help other people at all times; & ----.- tOe
came from the White House today "To keep myself physically strong,

THE CATHEDRAL SCHOOL I that President Wilson will stress straight.mentally" awake, and morally

I the proposal for a government mer-
These are the laws for a Boy Scout:
chant marine in his message to con-
Will l Not Open Until Monday- gress next month. It was intimated "A Scout is trustworthy, loyal, help- Tomorrow---ROMAINE FIELDINGIN
Jams and JelliesReceived ful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedi-
the did believe
City Schools Will Be I i president not enough
j|i ships to carry the. commerce had ent, cheerful thrifty, brave, clean, and
Closed for |
reverent. Do good turn daily. Be
i iI
j: taken advantage of the American
I Today I II prepared." "THE DREAMER
i emergency act.
These are the principal duties ofa ,
!I Those who have watch the
I Miss Louise Curtis, of Titusville, kept on Scout, together with learning first A LUBIN SPECIAL FEATURE
a car load of i:. trend of European commerce declare aid, woodcraft, ,
and Miss lone Neal, of New Smyrna, : history cooking
the to resuming almost normal
"Jim Jams," Preserves, Jellies who are attending the Cathedral i{ business way in cotton and non-contra- campcraft, and many other studies
that helpful.
and Fruits. school, departed yesterday for their :1 band: goods is free of diplomatic tangles are --'- -- -

homes, where they will remain over I I provided enough ships could be
I I Most of the merchantmen
Thanksgiving. Several others who
are attending the Cathedral school ; available are German, it is said, and THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S

The DelicatessenPies also went to their homes yesterday.The the use of these is out of the ques- .Pin Street1 t.

Cathedral school will be closedall tion.

Cakes, Salads andCooked day today, tomorrow, Friday, Sat- Subsequent delays, it was pointedout TRANSFERDr.

Meats.Bran urday and Sunday, and then-back to hamper restoration of the cotton
work on Monday. It will be a delightful export traffic. Prop.

rest for the students who ----- -- WATCH MAKERI

will doubtless return feeling much "The crashing vibration of the Livery Draying and HaulingWE
better and readier for work. On the three-inch guns which had been left ,
BiscuitHome make specials of Fine
other hand, the schools will be a
city behind, as we advanced said the tel- Watch, Clock and Jewelery Re-
closed only today. egram, "was still in our ears as we pairing; Diamond Setting,Ring
made or we supplyyou neared the trenches. We advancedto and Spectacle Repairing. GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE

bran to make them. FIGHTING ONLY A FEW FEET the very ridge of the trenches, covered Bring me repairs others have

APART with two feet of snow, and unseen failed to do, and I will repair
them satisfactorily or no charge.
batteries completed the turmoil. My prices are reasonable. AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
Paris, Nov. 25.-The trenches of "Here and there a head rises cau- ,

CARUTHERS & GORE the opposing armies between the Oise tiously above a snow-capped trench. /

and Somme, at some points, are onlya There are six quick shots and then CHAS. VATER Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
few feet apart, according to a the head disappears as though swal-

New Modern Grocery; ( lavas dispatch says a French officer lowed by a sea of snow. This is all IJEWELEREast HORSES FOR SALE
acting as guide for fifteen newspapermen spectators see of the hundreds of

I told them when they approachedthe thousands of men in the burrows who Pine Street at Young's
I II 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
Phone 200 firing line they must be silent, for are ready to issue forth at the slight- Repair Shop
I"the enemy can hear us." I est alarm. ll-4-d&w-lm
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ELDREDGE BARIOW education of the American public as to the uses and merits of

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Telephone 375 popular. The grower whose land is adapted to grapefruit can '

South Street, near A. C. L. make no of the mistake late planting freely of the best varieties--especially We will do it [for you and you pay when you

9-1-lm Tracks Get the New Buckeye get ready

Nurseries CatalogThis

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Sold. eye leading Nurseries.kinds-several Whether you of them are an the experienced introductions grower of Buck-or a -Call on- F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUMBING and HFATING CO. 1

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Kis:::COLLE6F'; ..D, their part Buckeye Nurseries will be glad to send a copy a?
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f'w.. M. GLENN ................e. ...Editor be
F W. C. ESSINGTON .. ,.Business Manager There must Edited By Miss Eliza Wright -
-- tion the of
on part "
: Entered at the iwntoflice at Orlando Florida No. (179. Residence telephone No. 254 I '
as Second Claaa Mail Matter.SUBSCRIPTION tian people, if she is )
RATES to the world that I' :

Daily.: 1 Year ....... ..... ............ J5.00 her be. Now, by CALENDAR Benefit Dance at Elks Club Success '

OaOy.Daly.. 8 3 Month Months ...................... 2.50 1.25 mean the giving up of I I The Belgian benefit dance at the

Daifr 1 Month ....................... ..59WWkfy. )(>> Sth. Elks Club was quite a success last
al autonomy, nor
: : 1 Year ...................... '1.00 I : night a neat sum being added to the S
Weekly. 6 Months .._.......... .76 union churches, nor I I
-=-:::: fund being raised for this
creed, ritual or form Guild Episco- deservingcause.
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IX It was mightly little the
ADVANCE ernment. But I mean poor
and desire to ," West Pine Belgians had for which to be thankful -
TO ADVERTISERS: purpose young ladies.
on yesterday. We should be
kingdom Ball, Sanford
> Copy for display: and all other hand-set thankful once more that we live in
adTcrUoinz must be handed in at the business belief in and standing
t.. ...>tice .f the Sentinel not later than Z p. m. fundamental principles t the grand old United States.
the day before publi"aUon. This rule applies I Bazaar."
t. "hane. far contract it i. teachings. "I pray
Mrs. B.
Invariable and will br strictly: adhered to.iti LeRoy DANCES AT ROLLINS COLLEGE
Christ. '
-. 5 \ should n ra notify
the date of expiration otherwise it will be sent me." I body and invited guests assembled at
continued at the regular subscription rates hooter hove
until notice to stop a received. The Personal the Rollins College gymnasium and
Telephone Numb r ......... ..... ........ 24
This nation will be were given a beautiful Thanksgivingdinner.

FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 27. 1914. the light to the world was the scene Following this a dance took .
delightful af
tian church of ) place participated in by most of the
ter and Miss
SERVICE- adopt and follow people.

Thanksgiving day has come; and al evangelism. Man a few
I is
: it should not go. It should linger in in salvation-and we "kottage" SIDELIGHTSBy
one of the show
the hearts of all men, women and talk and preach
few have
children for 365 days and not ONE member that man is yet ( W. S. Branch

day. There was much cause for hap- to carry His to see within, Did you ever notice how often the
winter. It
piness yesterday. Some derived tion throughout the Dr. Fletcher seemingly impossible' thing happens?

pleasure from motoring; others spent (Just here the a comfortable For instance, there is the case of the

the day in reading; many attended read some personal 1 I his last days. Orlando postoffice moving from Or-

church services and others found va- of the world-famous design; ange avenue over on to Pine street.If .

rious and sundry amusements to evangelists among II'T and twisted any one had said a few years ago

while away the time. But perhapsthe Whitcomb Brower, of when built has: that the Orlando postoffice would

people who were the happiestwere Bishop William A. artistic draw ever be where Magruder's bad smell-

those who when night came, Sunday, the appropriate for ing livery stable then stood it would
felt that had done good for oth-
they ist; Dr. II. M. : : : and gives one have been pronounced a pipe dream. Watch -
ers by giving service and assistance. J. Wilbur Chapman entering. These -0-

In this class belong the noble women These were personal will A Tampa man advertises a liberal
who served a big glorious, heaping Poulson containing the and will be reward for the return of a letter he
turkey dinner to thirty poverty stricken ions of these men, to the Rock lost last week. There are doubtless

.. men in the vacant room opposite under consideration.) many men in tireless Tampa who

the Grand theatre yesterday after- In closing, the Horseback would pay a much larger reward if

noon. they could get hold of some of the
that the underlying people spent
o letters they have written which
would make this on horse-
NOTABLE SERMON, BY DR. fortunately for them, are not lost.
and power to the I informal calls this
God and our fellow and Winter space
Do you know the state flower of
(Continued from page 1)) mighty has our love, moonlight.
Florida the
as adopted by state leg-
numbered favors from the Divine our hearts, then lIe Lake Gear
islature? No? We thought you did
Hand! thing else He needs. a dandy good
not. Well, it is just what it ought to .
"When all Thy mercies, 0, my God, weak or strong, when they be, the orange blossom.
My rising soul surveys; ter what we may be, Lake Gear at
Transported with the view, I'm lost put ourselves under and cooked --()--

In wonder, love and praise. the Spirit and let eaten most rav- Interest in the European war must
"Unnumbered blessings to my soul, the who be waning. Instead of the whole
play upon twenty-six forSatllrday
Thy tender care bestowed; front page and a large portion of the
Before my infant heart conceived our heart, there will made the hike,
second the
From whom those blessings flowed." life, that music ten o'clock. page big are now
devoting about column less
The question that naturally arises many a soul, scatter in useful a or to
the bloody affair.Zephyrhills .
today in the heart of every man who bring in the heavenly and birds
truly appreciates the goodness of God manly fellows.
I do for Him who has Fla., is now an incor-
is, "What can would be very
III IIIIU porated town and has elected a full
done so much for me? It is so easy
I quota of city officials. Is" the town I
for us to forget our blessings and remember : T. F. Its Quota
? i like ancient Rome, built on seven :
ocr sorrows and afflictionsand was a popular I It
cold nights and biting frosts. Licensed after- hills with a separate zephyr for each
hill? Or are there less hills and
You know there are some people din-
turkey more zephyrs to the hill' ? The name
who seem to think that God owes Estimates exercise
is alluring and euphonious. Here is
them a living. They never look up Promptly Attended beautiful
a day,
hoping the will
zephyrs in-
into His face with a smile of appre- PHONE did not take never
crease in velocity until
they assume
ciation, and" say, "Lord I thank you It 106 Court the day. In the strength end terror of a cyclone
for it all! Truly, every grateful has

.; heart is ready to exclaim, as with ORLANDO, but it should otherwise" known as a "Dakota

God's man of old, "What shall I ren- 4-zl-lm festival with zephyr.;

der unto the Lord for all His benefits BargainsI
toward me?" 11111 II I a III I I Don't forget the Sentinel want ads.

One of the greatest things for I
4iniaitiei > 11IIIII1II C H 1IIII1II1I I llllill I.IPHARMACY .
have to
which we as a people today

be thankful is the unmistakable call I i

: that comes to us from Almighty God. Sill [ (

Is our nation enjoying liberty and FILMS DEVELOPED i

dwelling today in peace and a good r

,. degree of prosperity, God's distinct j
opportunity? We verily believe that
10 Cents Per Film
through the past years God has been

preparing this nation for His distinct i

work for days like these. We are not
f i< niia Mine MMtii n
among those who believe that Chris- .

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losing ground; but on the contrary I

it has been gaining ground to meet

just what is before us now. Some I i

there are who call and long for the Gifts That Endure I

"old time religion," and "the good old

days," etc. What were those "old

I days" of which they speak? They

were filled with religious(1)) debates -

quarreling, contending with
and abusing one another. A gather- The very air is now becoming charged with the -'

ing like this would have been almost of for Christmas will be here. .. 0
spirit giving soon -
impossible.But ", .'"' :;T-
back to the question: "Is God "* F I IJ

Almighty today calling upon this na The choice and preferred gift is the one which ( ;tiH-." 5 i .. :(;
tion of to be the light in
ours great
because it the continuity of love and friendship '
Jesus' name, to the world?" :Many suggests i J j :; v.

things there are, we believe, thai .. t:

prove such to be the case. God has Such a gift is a watch or piece of jewelry. i If .

dealt and is dealing now in a very peculiar 110 t '

way with this country, and ]I :ti [

believe we are guilty of no extrava- You will find at our store everything that would !M ':"!TI- I:

gant language when we declare that first-class store-gifts of value for the v-h:
guish a jewelry rare : .i 1
our nation can and will be the great ii
Christian light to the nations of the spender, and an almost unlimited choice of less expens .1 4t :. .. rV -= _. ,
world IFIf what? If there is charming gifts to suit the limited income. "i .. _. .
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Christian life on the part of out ;
We selections will {please i
are sure our you.
leaders, and the strong, influential .. ( 1i.. ,r"'J.' If.i": '! :"=:. ''' :
men and women who hold the scepterof ..

this nation. God will not and can .... .." f/ n A I' _. 1": c'I .

.... not use a double-life man or nation i-i : ". : ,
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for His greatest and best work. Ja- e \ :
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cob had to get right before God Al- if ,

mighty could permit him to go backto T H. EVANS l .,,- .

had become to get the rid head of his of double David be- fr; : ; p rf :/ f : : :;;

fore he could please God. Jesus in JEWELER ., w .
His wonderful prayer for His disci-

ples (who were to start and expand

His kingdom) said: "Father, I do Orlando [Orange Avenue FIc'"i ;, ; .
not pray that thou shoulds't take :\

them out of the world but that thou .

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101 Bison. Wm. Clifford and Marie have on display now a big assortment of Jewelry for j
Walcamp in "A Mexican Spy in the Holidays. .;
"THE DOLLAR MARK America." In two parts.
Imp. Ethel Grandin in "The Dawnof .
in the j
Romance. Chapter one
"Love Adventures of Dorris Mason."
A William A. Brady feature photoplay in five acts, with Pilot Film. "School Days." A con- ...
tinuous laugh.If
ROBERT WARWICK. you don't know where to go to
see a good show, just follow the
crowd and they will take you to the n It is not too early to select your presents now-nothing; has n

"ZIP, THE DODGER' Favorite... been picked over.

Keystone. If this doesn't make .you laugh; you should seea THAT GOOD u F U



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

it Automobile Contest. TIT

I Same Little Prices I SUPREME AUTO OILARE -

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Mr. Victor Gentile, of Bowling i Mrs. W. II. Head is now numbered line and Kerosene in 50 gallon lots u .
Green, and Mr. Gus Gentile, of Frost- among the happy and contented and up made to all parts of the
proof, spent Thanksgiving in Orlando guests at Duke Hall, having arrived city and county. Drums for shippingand We will gladly lay away jour selections until you want them.
Mr. R. D. Pierce, of New York, is
with their brother, Mr. Lawrence last night from Des Moines, Iowa, to : storage tanks kept on hand. We INVITE you to lock at our goods before buying.JEWELERS .
among the late arrivals at the San
Gentile. They returned home yesterday spend the season. Mrs. Head appre- !
Juan. D
afternoon.Mr. ciates the delightful weather in Orlando Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit

Mr. and after having experienced the all cars. Give make of car when you
Mrs. T. D. McNeil of
Gotha, motored to Orlando yesterdayand and Mrs. J. S. Boardman, of ,temperature that now prevails in her order. ..A.llerl.: .&2; Oo

dined at the San Juan hotel. New York city, are among the arrivals -!I section of the country. --- ,
in Orlando. They are very much
pleased with this part of Florida and I I Mrs Dora D. Davis, one of Orlan-
Before having pictures see "l emotion
do's most estimable winter residents, GULf REfiNING COil REPAIRING. "
pictures" at Evans', 100 North may season.remain the greater part of the I t who has been making annual pilgrimages RELIABLE "EVERYTHING GUARANTEED.
Main. 1125tfII.
I to the City Beautiful for the ,
P. G. WALTON Agent A A,
S. Brooks and family spent Many persons who have rooms for'j I past thirty years, arrived in the city .
I last: night over the Atlantic Coast OGce Phone 430.;; -----
Thanksgiving with Mr. Brook's moth- rent are losing weeks and weeks of
Line from Tilton, N. II., and, as usual, Residence Phone 269.
at her "Connecticut" bungalow onncord rent money because they believe in "
will make her home at Duke Hall.
avenue. the false economy of not spending I in the Sentinel first.
Get the news
Mrs. Davis has friends who will
25 cents for a "want ad." in The Sen- many
be glad to see her back for the sea- FOR RENT
Ir Mr. and Mrs. Richard II. Roberts, tinel. son. 4x11 + 4444th
New York city, are recent arrivals :

the San Juan. They are making Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Powell, mother slI
indefinite stay in the city. and sister, motored to Winter Gar- I McCULLOCH'SDepartment To responsible party who will make yearly lease. Six

den yesterday. They met a party FOR RENT-Furnished bungalow;
Mr.\ W. M.\ Pannill, one of the leadg from St. Petersburg and spent the five rooms and bath; all modern room Cottage, containing all modern conveniences at
business men of Tampa, who has conveniences; lake front location; at-
in launch
day delightfully ridingover
very tractive No. 108 America Street, near Lake Lucerne, which will
price. Address Box 33, Win-
een in Orlando for several days, re- the beautiful Lake Apopka.Mr. Store
ter Park, Fla. ll-27-6t ; : |I'
urned home yesterday. I be ready for occupancy December 1st. The building hast

WANTED-At once, young man;
Lawrence A. Odlin arrived in
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mills and sons, $250 bond required; good proposi- t been entirely renovated and new plumbing installed.
the city this morning from Washington tion for right boozer
party; no or
Masters J. B. Jr., and Robert, havetiaved
D. C., and will spend several daysas cigarette smoker need apply. Call at I
to Orlando from Clermont and the guest of his parents, Judge Room 7, Mrs. Rooney's, about seven :*:. China and .-
gill make this their home. o'clock 11-2 blocks r
place ; from railroad on .
and Mrs. A. F. Odlin. Mr. Odlin is
West Lemon. ,ll-27-2t
assistant paymaster in the navy.- : Glassware I.r
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gentile, of Arcadia News. TilE LADIES OF ST. CECILIA'S 4 r S. Y.
Cincinnati, have arrived in Orlando to Guild will hold a bazaar, afternoonand .
;pend several weeks with their evening, at the Chapter House, I
Hr. Lawrence Gentile, son Two prominent visitors to Ocala on Wednesday, December 2nd. Sup- Cooking l Insurance and Real Estate Agent
on Magnolia from Orlando are :Mr. W. R. O'Neal per will be served from six until
ivenue. and Mr. II. II. Dickson, real estate seven. ll2G6tcOSTEOPATHY Utensils
dealers of Orlando. They came over l I

Mr. Harry L. Beeman, of Orlando, to see our fair, and are making head- ? Watch window for Mon- I
)roprietor of the San Juan hotel, is quarters at the Harrington.-Ocala :i
i guest of Mr. R. T. Adams, comingo Banner. day specials. : -
Ocala especialyl to visit our fair.- DR. J. C .HOWELL

)cala Banner. Cot. J. T. Watkins left yesterday Hours, 10-12.3-5, and by appointment : 128 S. Orange Avenue :. j Advertise in The Sentinel

afternoon for Arcadia where he goes Ne extra charge for house treatment I1I111 J 11I1I1111 1111" ';
Mrs\ J. V. Osterhout, of Providence, to look after the shipipng of his fruit Except Night CallsTelephone .t

I, I., and Mrs. M. J. Leary, of Fall and attend to other important busi- connections : ::: ::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::
liver, :Mass., are recent arrivals at ness affairs. lIe expects to return Office cor. Orange and Central Arc : :::::::: :::::: :: ::: ::: : :: !:: : :::

he San Juan hotel who will spend home Saturday accompanied by Mrs.

ome time here. Watkins, who has been visiting rela- -
tives and friends in that section for 1
Mrs. II. F. Saunders left yesterday several days. VENEER CORES
fternoon for Arcadia where she will

emain until after the annual sessionf Mr. J. T. Hildreth, of Brattleboro, $1.25

the Florida Conference which Vermont, who enrolled himself as a Per Strand
teets in that place on December 9th. regular winter resident of Orlandosix Up

years ago by investing in consid- FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
Mr. and :Mrs. Walter Lewis, who erable Orange county realty, is againin OAK WOOD We have employed an expert
ave been spending several months in Orlando for another season. lIe Orlando Wood YardB.
:uffalo, N. Y., and Toronto, Can., says there are a number of people in
ave returned to Orlando. Mr. Lewis his state who contemplate coming PINE. W.STREET Kingsley,AND Proprietor R. R. radiator and body man who is
t a strictly up-to-date electrician and South, but that they are only delay- Telephone 344
ill probably re-engage in business in ing their visit to the City Beautiful 9-30

-rlando. until after the holidays. ready to stop that leak in your radiator -
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The Morning Sentinel Want
Directory is the Greatest Want :
Ad Medium in Orlando.

Terms Cash in Advance.


For One Day ______________23t Lime
For Three Days ____________50c
For Six Days _______________75c; -- ---- -
$ i 100 BARGAIN For One Month ____________$2.50 'I -- -
This rate applies on all ads of .; .+++CI"II. eO'I.." '.
25; words or less. If the ad con-
tains more than 25 words the rate
5 acres in tract-all cleared and will be one cent per word for ) i I
each additional word, for each in- ;
fenced. About 100 full bearing sertion. ,

orange trees which will produceover If you can't bring your ad to ;
the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
300 boxes this season. counts opened by telephone will be : %
payable the following day.

House Barn and Every Home-Every Business- introduction, and
Every Man has use for a
Sentinel Want Ad. banking con-
Good WellWe
success. We

advise those looking for a FOR SALE a personal inter-

low priced piece of FOR SALE-The attractive 8 room
country prop-
dwelling, 202 Hillcrest avenue;
erty to call at our office and talk modern and complete in every re '
spect. If interested call up phone
over the matter with us. This
565. 11-24-tf : ; ;
offering will not last long. CO.
FOR SALE-Ten acres fine orange
land; about 3 acres cleared; 3-4 of
a mile south of Gill's store and 1-2
ORLANDO BUILDING & LAND COII mile east of Lake Conway, on terminal ; . . . . . ,
of proposed: brick road. Ad- . . .... . . ::: .
dress Anna II. Piatt, 1:. R. No. 1, Box
North Orange Avenue 43, Orlando. 11-24-lm.
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PHONE 608 FOR SALE OR TRADE-I have one e
7-room house, nicely located, modern
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL in every respect. Will consider
auto in part payment. Address,
C. E. P., Conway, Fla., Box 43, R. R. I
No. 1. 11-21-St
FOR SALE-Nice] comfortable home
DAVIS & GILES. CounselF.
A. PEPPERCORN, Contractor for small family; grapefruit, guava
and orange trees; six squares of post-
office. Apply to W. D. West, 510
Marion avenue, or Hotel Astor.

SECRET MEETING HELD IN 11-18-lmo ... \ 1

Rome, Nov. 26.-A secret meetingwas a
bargain; perfectly sound; young; I i |
held at the foreign office today.It good condition. Address R. D. War
was attended by Premier Salindra, ing, Room 4-6, Watkins Bldg. ;

minister of foreign affairs, Sonnino; 11-20-tfc

chief of the army general staff, Gen.
Codorna, and chief of the naval staff, FOR SALE-Five room house, one coming in
mile fiom:: court house $650. One
Vice-Admiral Phaon di Revel. The Liberty Brush automobile, $75. In- Ii

meeting lasted two hours. quire Shoe Hospital, 8 East Church to see our
The Giornale d'ltalia says the meet- street. ll-17-lmo

ing dealt with the international situ-
ation as regards Italian interests,and FOR SALE-One] seven passenger, .
six cylinder automobile, 1 year old,
that the two chiefs of staff outlinedthe .irst class condition. Don't answer

present condition of the army: and :unless interested. Address Bargain, .
navy as the result of the last three care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf 4'r'

.- months' preparation.
FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston -
f Wakefield, $1.00 per thousand. :
Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. '
10-28-tf % H
r J Business DirectoryFor
FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. I
Inquire of Frank Phillips Pine Cas- I
tte. 9-18-tf
I BUSY MEN. ; . . . = .et.I..O. .
FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine . . . . .

T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. hammock land; eight in grove; the --

r t Phone Conscientious 629. 106 work Court at St.fair 8-23-tf prices. present 750 to 1,000 crop boxes of oranges; 500 trees will be all from told, :: : : : : : : : : : : : : \ \ \\ \\\ \\\\\\\\\,\\\\\\ \'\ \'\\" \" \' tI

ready for sf'tting-lO acres in lake,
t one and quarter miles from Apopka.
LAUNDRY Price, $5,000. Address W. H., Box S
Your general laundry work, French 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf I ?Jmt I
dry cleaning and pressing will be ap-
For Sale
f preciated. Satisfaction and service
guaranteed. Open September 28th.
Pnone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry, 30 Acres citrus and vegetable land,
20 fenced, 10 cleared, it
for whites only. 9-25-tf crop on now,
ready for planting trees this winter Bros' famous
and crop next spring; near school and
t Up to date painting, papering, etc., church; half mile of railroad station;
f is the kind you want. Where to get good neighborhood; four miles from
l it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. court house. Special price if taken in
Entrican. 1-20-tf next 10-25-tf 30 days. Box 4, Orlando. beds

f T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. FOR SALE-At Winter Park, desir- :
Conscientious work at fair prices. able building lot; 50x150; 18 bear- :& th the finish i
t Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8- 3-tr ing trees; two minutes from the bank
and postoffice. Price 450. Summer- for these .
lin House Orlando. 11-22-fit
for the !I
FOR SALE {I same
l I buy, sell, rent, and exchange real
Narsery stocK, one, two three and II
estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla., h. jWe would .
over 30 years. Have handled over four year old buds; Foster Early, v I : 11
Pineapple, Java, Homosassa. Washington -
Call and
10-6-3m F. A.see Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle> ; like it in
Apopka Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf

Get your roses now and have lots
of bloom through the winter. Roses FOR RENT-One bed room sleeping I
now ready for shipment.W. porch and kitchen, with all conven- cash sales. ; ;; ;
> H. BROKAW Salesman. iences; close in in a nice neighborhood -
11-3-tf 11-26-Gt, at 307 East Pine St.

FOR RENT-Fine furnished rooms
Owing to the cool weather, our for houeskeeping; also bed rooms;
roses are now ready for transplanting. bath, hot and cold water; all modern;
All orders booked for first ship- house
new ; private family; large
ment should. be here by the 10th of sunny porch. 211 Ridgewood avenue.
November.W. ll-26-6t
H. BROKAW Salesman.
11-3-tf FOR RE n.-An modern, furnished '
house; Lake Eola; seven rooms .
Don't wait for every one in town to and bath; best location. Apply 217 I
have Entrican, the painter before East Robinson avenue. 11-22
you try. Am too busy to look you : Florida ||
up. Phone 636, and I will be on the WELL FURNISHED APARTMENTof
job. l-20-tf 4 to rent till 1st MlteOMMI9SIMCM
; rooms April ;
kitchenette, bath, fireplace, large pi-' \\\ \ ..... .
Who is your painter and decorator? azzas. In Concord Park, 615 Lex-
If yen are satisfied keep the one you ington street. 11- -6t. I
have; if not phone W. T. Entrican. II
Ne. 636. 1-20-tf FOR RENT-Large convenient rooms I.I I ''
for light housekeeping. Also pleasant -
T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. sunshine front bed room on first .I
Conscientious work at fair prices.... floor. Private family and modern ,
:MR. FRITZ HAUER has opened a
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-?::1-tf conveniences. 315 West Central. !I

11-24-tf. I E DB .I II I I II Violin Studio

NEIL McDUFFEEContractor FOR RENT-Five room cottage part-
Price ly furnished. Near Lake Cherokee. I I !. ROOJ.d.-' ROCK BLDG.
reasonable. Apply 502 Jsceola.
and Builder ll-24-6t
I : For par?culars call at the address.
Bungalows a SpecialtyAcede FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice-

.- ly f>, furnished_?? ..??,.rooms?. '.; gas, separate. ." Hord' 9:00 to 12:00 a.m.
ui.s e"
Orlando (
:; ncll Id ing. \ '
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!e weather Name and Address--r of Sender
;uit is ripen- CO
Must Be on All Parcel Post .
Packages-:Must Mail ,. 1tAFlEYt
i& very busy Davloco r
at PostofTice
ley and littleMaitland
The postal laws and regulations require -
r for that the name and address of PHONE 122
the sender be plainly written on the
id daughter, wrapper of all parcel post packages,
Oviedo Best at Low-
in Plumbing
ly and the same to be mailed at the

{Jacobs stayeds. postoffice, except those from rural est Prices
Jas. Argo,
routes, which can be delivered to the
Jalm Springs rural carriers. The above rules must We are not in the combine.
3j of Mr. and latest inventions usedon
be strictly complied with or clerks SLAUTER'S
'. i D. D. Dan- and rural carriers will refuse pack- all firstclassPlumbing
obs. All re-
?. ConstructionSubscribe

r Orlando, has Eat all want.
you 1915 HARLEY.DAVIDSON-II Horsepower 3-Speed Gear Transmission Automatic
;. Merest in the Eat what you want. ; ; Sliding
aown as Chu- Take a postscript and forget it. I > Mechanical Oil Pump. Step-Starter and 66 Refinement $275.00.
For sale by all druggists. for The Daily
.ny, and hask l-T-d&w-lyr

'- with great __' _. __ _u __ __ ---- --- t W. WHITNEY WRIGHT 1290S! Fla nue
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Mr. and Mrs. N.:C. Jacobs and chil-

dren have moved to City Point for

the winter. Mrs. Jacobs went overa TEN REASONS. WHY YOU SHOULDCOOK' !$
few weeks ago to try the changefor I
her health. She was so much
buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If .
decided to
benefited that they move
over there for'about four months, in to call
you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you
which time her friends hope she will

be entirely recovered. and talk your wishes over with us. ;

Great excitement prevailed in our I
little village one morning last week The manager of this firm has had years of exper-

when the house occupied by Mrs. A.
ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a 1. Convenience 6. Speed
J. Bailey was found to be on fire in

the roof. People gathered from all million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last 7. Efficiency
over the community in a jiffy. Some 2. Comfort

proceeded to put out the fire while two years.
others went to work to remove the 3. Cleanliness
household goods. Excitement was We are well posted on the value of all classes and :
9. Perfect Regulation j
the order of the day and every one
responded eagerly to the order. kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all 4. Simplicity J
f Heat
Some mounted ladders and got on the and want customers for Real -'R 0 1
bargains in Real Estate, we 5.
roof while others handed up pails of Accessibility 10. Economy
water. In this primitive manner the Estate Bargains. ]

fire was soon extinguished and every-
body made happy. "It t
The young folks gathered at the

home of Mrs. 11.V.. Johnson Tuesday 7. EFFICIENCYEfficient j

evening.G.night and. enjoyed a pleasant social WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANY I } 1 i

M. Jacobs spent Tuesday in San- I because the fire need not be lighted until allthefoodlis! : 1
ford business.

Mrs.on Helen Rollins, or Orlando,was R. D. WARING, Manager I iI | ready to be cooked. Because the moment the cooking is done j

the pleasant guest at The Palm last and Watkins Block Phone No. 631 2
week. Mrs. Rollins is one of the Rooms 3: the fire is turned off and all expense ceases. Because there is'.no 1

earliest residents of Orlando, having \ 11-15-tf I 1
lived there about thirty years. She ]; waste as tne fire is concentrated on the place where it is needed j

_ is am extensive property holder and 1 >+ l"'I'.I r"r"'f& ;
manages her business affairs person- and none of the heat escapes up the chimney. Because when 1

ally, although she has reached the i 111'IOIIIC9 = 1 -.a. t QIII'IIIIIIICllltTHE cook with Gas
age of eighty-one. She is very active :| you you utilize every cent's worth of fire you buy.

and while here walked a distance of CHASE & CO

two miles, made a call, in less than 1

two hours. Mrs. Rollins is very ? PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs I
much pleased with the outlook for ORLANDO
Chuluota and says if she were forty modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- LIGHT CO. i

instead of twice that age she would date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the

come to Chuluota and grow up with PROPER PACKING
the town. Mr. and Mrs. S. Happer- FIRST AID TO GAS DEPARTMENT II

sett, the latter Mrs. Rollins' daughter HIGHEST PRICES 1

came Wednesday and spent which, however, would not accomplish the end desiredby ,. . . . .. . . .,. .. . . . 1
the day and took her back to her the grower, if he did not also have available the ser- ..1111. _I_11111111. III 111111 *.....e H**" ** U 1110***111111111.11 II C 11111 II .
home. 1

The new hoel, the Chuluota Inn, vices ofTHE I IRE? IS' A GENUINE I11111I1< 111I1II $ 11111I **** 11111111..111111 filii......* i
the F. E. C. Model Land
belonging to CHASE & CO i 1!
company, will be formally opened to .

be under the management of Mr. and .
Mrs. C. D. Brumley and everything which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, experienced A j

posisble is being done to make it a competent and reliable. WHO WILL BE THE LUCKY : OR A SMALL CITY LOT
success. A very large crowd is expected -
to the opening dinner. -
visiting her son, Daniel Simmons, of AT REASONABLE PRICES
this place, this week. GROWERS' :MARKETING AGENTS city limits in a number one -.1] j

neighborhood. .
C :H SIS & CO. Impvovedwith -
110 citrus trees, 20 in

Newsy Briefs Main Office, Jacksonville, Florida bearing. A nice pinery with Werner F. Nehrlin 1

From OaklandOakland 9-30-d&w A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. one thousand bearing plants,

"1111'IIID"'IIIIIII"'IIIIIL"III'I' I"I"I'I"'t. and other Florida fruits for' LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTAND 1

Fla., Nov. 26.-Mrs. J. C. home use. Good six room
. JO Robinson spent Friday with Mr. Ed. bungalow furnished, chicken I
Sessions and family.Mr. HORTICULTURISTIf
house and stable. Locatedon
and Mrs. Hatfield, Mrs. Nan- ': 1
a nice corner. A fine lit- you contemplate planting a citrus groveit
nie Hudson, Mrs. Eugene Speer, Mr.
tie home for little money. will pay you to get my advice.
Joe Petris, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mc- r
Donald and S. J. Briley were Orlando Price $1650. Cash $700. Local Agent for BUCKEYE NURSERIES 1

visitors last Wednesday Balance on easy terms. We tare Tampa Fla. j
Rev. L. II. Query attended Synod Y iP exclusive agents for this

. last week at Jacksonville.Mr. property. Office Above PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK j
: M. G. Pierson, who is spendingthe _
winter with his mother, Mrs. L. PHONE 570 n-io-ti t j jt
J. Pierson, made a business trip to : 4
Monticello the later part of the week. LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS .,1111..11.11.1..1111111111.11.1111.1111111111111.-

Linton Briley, of DeLand, spent Effective from August 1, 1914, to August 114 South Orange Are, Ground Floor ,
the week end with the home folks. reduction Phone No. 311 -
1,1915 and guaranteed against any

We young are folks always remember glad to home.have out during that time: Furnished Homes for Sale 1

.. The W. C. T. U. held their regular Touring T$555.00 ,: Atlantic Coast Line
meeting on Thursday, at the church
--. .. ... Runabout 505.00 TOURIST TRAINS
--- a. mu. I
__ -.1 from
NORTH AND WEST Special for 10 DaysNo. r 1

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.' : ; -:. -,. : -:>>.:; .._.,.> "Dixie Limited"Flyer""Dixie 1. 14 Rooms with two baths; No. 3. 4 Room cottage; modern J
r:" f ful "Seminole Limited" centrally located. Owner's price, throughout; several bearing orange ]
"Montgomery Route" $5,000.No. and grapefruit trees. Owner's price.. ,
"South Atlantic Limited"Iman 2500.
,. I"': cars from Chicago St. Louis, 2. 5 Room bungalow, on beautiful Thes3 homes are all ready to step
ianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisville lake, with dock and boat; lot into and hang up your hat. I haveparticular I
'.1; ; :. :: ::: ;::11 1 intermediate points to Jackson- 75x450 feet, all set to young budded properties for particular
: e, Fla. citrus trees. Owner's price, $3,200. people, city and county. See--

':to'. ... i i.f"r Dining Cars :I
,' -H_ via
,, :'ft! _......,, ,.';t': '_, ; >of ).U,.., ATLANTIC COAST LINE CHADWICKThe ]
: : 2 2C !ry rt Standard Railroad of the SouthJ.

{ G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.. Man That Sells Real Estate. 19 W. Church Street.
.. E. i Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla.
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Ex-Boss of Tammany Hall Mar-
[ ries 23-Year-Old IndianMaidenHoneymoon

fl' at Palm Beach )
1ViI _
\ New York, Nov. 26.-Richard Cro-
ker, former leader of Tammany Hall, .
Starting BIG is Not and :Miss Bula Benton Edmonson, a -
beautiful 23-year-old Indian girl,
Starting RightIf were married today. The couple left ; r'f
later in the day for Palm Beach,Flor- i
our wealthiest men had waited to ida, to spend their honeymoon. In ,
start their bank accounts with a BIG April the Crokers will go to his estate -:
amount-they would still be waiting. in Ireland. ,
Little deposits grow to big sums. It's
the little business that has the best chanceto
become big. It is the young man who AN INTERESTING LETTERDeaconess
can take care of the small sums who will
be able to handle a big business.We .. Parkhill Writes to One of our greatest causes; of
encourage small deposits. We wel-, The Sentinel About Thanksgivings -

per come accounts of $1.00.Ve pay 4 in the of South the Past 1 1 i !.1 -..((1-J.\lNks: : G'7j':( 1 1

STATE BANKof Editor of The Morning Sentinel: I I
In jour admirable and beautiful is the establishment of tLc Federal Reserve
Orlando I article in jour issue of November i: )lank System vvbicli is relieving the financial
26th this statement occurs: '
Thanksgiving in the South distress and establishing Lusincss crcdit.I .
"Until the middle of the past cen- ,
tury Thanksgiving was practically
unknown in the South. In Virginiathe ,
first Thanksgiving proclamation .
I I .-
issued Governor Wise ", .
was by in i '
I '
1857." .. ,,.'.
I am sure you will be glad to know
that although much more stress was ;:: I.

laid on the festival of Christmas in ...
the old' South than on Thanksgivingday I u. ..
yet wherever there-was an Epis- i '-. .
H :, ,:':.-::, : : "' '
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copal church the "first Thursday in ,, ,", .:
For ChristmasLet November," as ordered in the Prayer I' .- ,
Book, was always kept unless, another I _
us send for you by parcel post a date was proclaimed by the president -
BOX OF FRUIT of the United States or the gov-
back home for Christmas. It will ernor of the state.I II Thx
t make a nice rememberance, at a small 'can remember back into the for- ZL1 ( 1, j) ci D i: :

cost. Seed back ties of as the memory last century goes Thanksgivingday and as far I Imff

179 Wrights South Orange Avenue socially.was duly kept, devotionally and i : '. .... '. .-" ", : .'l',' : .

Respectfully, 1 .... ,
Deaconess Harriet R. Parkhill.


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I That we guarantee not to tarnish|.or become dull are included 1 ijJJJ1Ii[

in the BIG SALE now going on.

OSCAR HAND & SON, West Pine i


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: Great Thanksgiving Sale

At The Big Store "

We 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 DAMASK MERCERIZED 60 inches TABLE DAMASK, 72 inches wide, very !tandHemstitched Tea Napkins at
wIde, pure bleached, 39c. quality -------- 24c some line of designs, heavy Irish Linens, 1 69
quality ------------------------- A. S2.50, $3.00 $4.00 doz.
TABLE DAMASK, highly mercerized, full 64 .
inches wide, handsome designs, 75 cent 48 _
quality extra
HEMMED NAPKINS, mercerized,
$1.25 $1.25
98c a7uLa _____________________________ 4.39 \
TABLE DAMASK, 72 inches wide, all pure linen quality per dozen --------------------- I
splendid line of designs, $1.00 quality 79l
TOWELS, hemmed Huck, with small design, a f f\
regular 15 cent quality ________________ JL vIC I
TABLE DAMASK, pure bleached, all linen.: S1.50 ALL LINEN BLEACHED NAPKINS --$ 1.29
heavy weight, full 72 inches wide, $1....<> 89c TOWELS, hemstitched and all pure linen also
quality i a big heavy weight Turkish Bath Towel. 25C ..
35c. and 40c. quality _
TABLE .DAMASK, of Irish manufacture, 2.00, ALL LINEN BLEACHED NAPKINS--$ 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- (\f\
$1.50 quality $3.00 ALL LINEN DINNEN NAPKINS ____$ 2.39 ered, at 50c., 65c., 75c. and -------______ \J\J

TABLE DAMASK, extra heavy double satin, GUEST TOWELS, a beautiful line, hemstitch
all pure Irish Linen, 72 inches wide, QQ ed, scalloped and embroidered at 25c. 35o.
tiful designs, $1.75 quality _________beau1____ I $4.00 ALL LINEN DINNER NAPKINS -----$ 3.19 40c. and -------------------------------C,


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