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 28, 1914
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
6 v. : ;


Subjects / Keywords:
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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Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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Orlando morning sentinel


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1. .tgedy IIAD PROTESTED !
I Czars Troops Driving Hard-

Tt PRESS Inquiries Had Been Madeas I j Administer CrushingDefeat
yid. Wilder shows no im- Is the Largest Real Estate Deal Germans Fail to Cut Through Some Suggestions Have Been to the Damage Doneto

.to* Church Home and I of Made American I
Turned in This Sectionin Allies Line-Battle as to Arrangement
r' !1i p-ath seems to be but Property London, Nov. 27.-In an extraordinary
Lodz May Bring of the Fixtures for
Twenty I
f ; w hours. speech before the house of

YearsThe DecisionParis Convenience Washington, Nov. .-"We have i commons this afternoon, Winston

marble, placing it in Churchill made a supreme effort to
not protested or made any represen-
.' Winchester shot gun,, largest sale of improved real Nov. 27.-Fresh efforts of I "To the Public: I allay the growing terror of the British -
tations to belligerents against attacks -
.: ;;:. i- w would you like to i t estate ever negotiated in this section the Germans to cut through the al- I I "The patrons of the Orlando post- I people, created by the continued

)r fun," Eric Lynn, in the past twenty years was made lies' line, south of Dixmude, to relieve -I office are respectfully requested to I by aerial bombs." In this way :[ activity of the German submarines

"1' old, yesterday after- I Wednesday night by Walter W. Rose,, the beleaguered Prussian occu- I : Secretary Bryan today disposed of i and the destruction of British war
i get their mail from their bo'es by
i 1.. / lock shot little eightson Watkins block, when he sold the seventy pants of that ruined city, have been the report that President Wilson had I and merchant ships by the German
.' of Mr. and :Mrs. acre Alabama Estate frontingon defeated by the Franco-British forces I I nine o'clock p. m. today, as tht rost-- the nationsof I mines.
protested to belligerent
',: .t. inflicting abdominal Lake Maitland, the home of W. C. holding this section of the front, according office will be moved t:mi ,ht. The He reviewed the operations of the
{ office will be locked &t 'J .:'clocksharp. Europe against aerial bomb at-
,'. hich the little fellow Temple, of Winter Park, to parties to an official announcementfrom I British fleet of war. lIe contrasted
." Postmaster ". C. AI ._.. tacks and that such attacks had
n. :
t r )-' y recover. Late last ; from West Virginia. the war the present and prospective strength

f '. --ported to be in a dy- I i The property is one that always attracts The Germans have directed two furious -" therefore been abandoned. t t of the British fleet with that of the

t it the Church Home : attention and is known to thou- drives at the bridges which In addition to the foregoing state- As indicating the falsity of the report I(: German fleet, declaring that new war-

I :H': a Anderson street. sands of people. It is one of the most have been constructed by the allies ment by Postmaster McLean the pub- it was recalled by the state de- ships are being finished so rapidlyin

t">- :Drrible Wound attractive and beautiful pieces of across the Yser at two strategic lic is urged to be patient and give England now that Great Britain
I' partment that within the last few
the of time
j occurred on West property around Orlando. The price points and both were repulsed with postmaster plenty to could lose one dreadnought every

.* i front of the home off for which the property was sold was : ease by the defenders at the crossing.This breathe and get settled. Tonight, days a bomb had been exploded in i month for one year and at the end of

ard, 620 West Church not disclosed, neither were the names was the first official admis- : Sunday, and the first days of next front of the American consulate that time still have the present supe-

.; ,itt: ,- Marvin was playing of the buyers. I II sion from the French war office that week will be busy ones and if you Warsaw, shattering windows and killing riority over the Germans. .

Ir. Howard's little boy, I The property consists of seventy ;, preparations are being made for a love Uncle Sam be patient with his many persons on the street. Referring to criticisms that have

: twelve years, when acres, and has a one-half mile front- : forward movement from the Yser positions representative while the joys of"mov- Secretary Bryan, in explaining to- been directed against the admiraltyfor

led bearing a shotgun age on Lake Maitland. All of the ing days" are being attended to by day all that had been actually done its failure to utilize submarinesas

ere He came up to the I property is within the city limits of !I It is the belief of the military observers him.The by this government as to the bomb effectively as the Germans have i

down for a marble, Winter Park. The buildings upon it I at Paris that the hour for a postoffice fixtures, exclusive of dropping, said that the department"had done, Mr. Churchill said the fact that
he barrel of his Wind and and insured !i decisive French offensive movement that owned by the government, will
are large are made inquiries" of its own diplomatic j the British submarines had been usable :i-
back about eight feet : for 16000. It is stated that which will spell defeat, retreat, and be moved from the Watkins block on representatives in Europe i, to produce results on a large
remarked "How the recent has made under- surrender for the of the Duke Orange avenue to the new quarters in .
;iy-- owner army merely to ascertain what damage had I scale was due to the "seldom offered
f i e to be shot, just for ground improvements on the estate I Wurtemburg is fast approaching. the Arcade building tonight, accord- been done to property in which Americans I opportunity to attack." IIN

j :d point blank at ar-I amounting to $30,000. Forty acres ing to a statement made yesterdayby are interested.

r > '. rods were horrible, his are in bearing orange trees in a high I Germans Are Losing J. Magruder, Jr., manager of He especially mentioned Antwerp.To j I HOT PURSUIT

[ i stomach being dis- I state of cultivation, and the remaining I London, Nov. 27.-The Central the building. I Petrograd Nov. 27.-A double defeat -

I acreage is in improved landscape News correspondent at Rome says I:I The manager of the Arcade has a Work on Message I has been administered by the

ound in Haymow gardening, flowers, etc. I that the Russian embassy there states large force of workmen busily en- Springfield, Mass., Nov. 27.-The Russian forces which are driving

boy, who is a son of Mr. Temple, former manager of the ; that the battle at Lodz was resumed gaged in repairing and making addi- president is on his way to Washington i'hard against the German armies in

living at 312 West I Florida Citrus Exchange, sold the today with new forces in the fighting tions to the room which faces Pine tonight aboard a private car attached : Poland and great new legions of the

;, upon firing the fatal tate completely furnished. He es-I front and that a decision in the great street. In the rear of the room spa- to the Federal express.: He Czar's reserves are being hurled into

and ran. lIe was dis- his family are now living at the Se battle is imminent. Several German cious lockers are being installed for will reach the White House at ten the titanic conflict to turn defeat intoa
o'clock last in inole hotel. The will divisions annihilated and the employes of the office. The fire- #
evening have been
I I i new owners o'clock tomorrow, and at once will re- debacle. Not only has the army of
barn, in the haymow, :, take possesison in sixty days. Mr. the German front is broken in a num- proof vault is being fitted with sume work on his to Gen. Von Hindenberg been crushed
message con-
Police William Smith. bungalow at Winter Park in the ber of shelves and will have a steel door in 1
j I near places. j gress. Thanksgiving holiday with the and his forces divided, but the armyof
I i jed in the county jail. I! Temple intends to build a modern 1 a few days. Sayre's at Williamstown ended at 4 Gen. Von Makensen which was .
I It is planned to place the general
uivering with fear and future. o'clock this afternoon. I brought up to the relief of Gen. Von 3
t I" 'Owful .condition. lIe yet,I $$1,000 STOLEN THURSDAY Y YList YI delivery window opposite the double I Hindenberg, also has been met and :
y much other than "I door opening on the Arcade passage-
the gun was loaded." i THREE FEET SNOW-O-OH! way, and to the front of this will be ,.
PINK PROPERTY IS SOLD Enormous bodies of Russian re-
: Comes to Assistance I! of Valuables Missing: From placed the registry and postal money serves, by reason of their victories at
t vin, upon being wounded ; order windows. Next to the street
I Capt. Albertson's Home Lodz and Lowicz, are no longer need-
am. J F. Winebrenner, I Mr. Pratt Here From Empire i will be the private. office for Postmaster -
Reaches Amazing Cooperstown, N. Y., Man Buys ed for the defense of Warsaw and !
623 West Church street, State One Yard Snow McLean.It .
I Says Total Local Propert>-Pink toLive have been thrown by Czar 'Nicholasin
has been that the
side suggested
osite of the street
Covers Mother the first battle line and are in hot
tooting scene ran to the writing tables be placed in the Ar- in the Golden
of the
I f Earth LOOT: pursuit retreating Germans
f the vidim, lifted him in- cade corridor to the west of the room West
I along the line north of Lowicz.
d bore hhi to the Howardma I Two diamond rings. which will give more freedom in the I j'
Mr. and Mrs. M. B Pratt, of Sin- Their purpose is to prevent this detached -
I One diamond brooch. lobby proper. This will eliminate A deal was closed last week by
clairsville N. Y. arrived in Orlando body of Gen. Von Hinden-
He, Shnhs! )te"er One bracelet set with diamonds.One congestion. The Arcade room has Cooper & Atha whereby Mr. L. H. berg's army at the center from forming ,
of the wound boy yesterday afternoon and are occupy- fine possibiltiies for the office, as pa- I
pair of shoes. Spencer, a prominent hotel owner of a junction with the left wing *
ped and rushed to the bed- ing their home, 11 West Livingstonavenue. trons may stand in the Arcade and
which is in
One razor. Cooperstown, New York, becomes the retreat from Lodz.
: who be free from weather conditions. The
son was almost
un- They are among the oldestof One revolver, Smith & Wesson I owner of the Charles Pink The German effort now is to combine :
rat who kept repeating 22. work of moving the postoffice equip- property,
these forces. The '
Orlando's popular winter residents, Russian plan
e walked up and shot meme One purse containing $;). ment owned by the government will corner of Central avenue and Reel
mamma." and like all others, are glad to get The above is a list of the articles be completed as soon as possible. street : without is; to prevent decision.union. As yet it is J

$ ible.for Him to Lire I back to their home here for another stolen Thanksgiving day from the The property is nicely located and

Christ ...... ,.. .. *" home of C. L. contains three all of I
was summnnaH e -- -- be out of Capt. Albertson, who 4,327 BRA\'EIEX KILLED acres, which is 1

. j ,:: o' resides south of Orlando on Lake in bearing grove, and is also im- I
1 --.J. '," \ .'" l's o' was nearly Jenny Jewel. The valuables amountto London, Nov. 27. Thus far duringthe proved with a good six room bunga- !

.r "-" ful on the nearly $1.000. Sheriff Gordon has war the royal navy has lost 4,327 low.Mr. I

?9t .he Empire not apprehended the party as yet. officers and men killed and 473 Spencer has taken possessionand Drennen's Station Scene of

'ojII. ;I- h and Missattractive Every one in the city of Orlando and I wounded, while 968 men are missingand will make a number of improve- Good Time by 100 Residents j

{r -, f on the outskirts of the city is cautioned -'1 1,575 are captives or have been ments. Mr. Pink, the former owner of That

", ... .- i this esti- to take every precaution to interned. of the property, has left for Los An- 1

.. .J -__ s j ... :.-. will remain protect their houses against the inI I I geles, Cal., where he will make his Section ;
;, ,. ,>-r" n-!.. raids of tramps and hoboes, who, it is THE WEATHER future home. More than one hundred friends and I

._ __ '0 "' __ stated are in this vicinity in greaternumbers
neighbors of Mr. and Mrs.
.. Spencer
'. I" t :;,.. '- t the Arms than ever before. This is Florida: Cloudy Saturday; proba- I
Braddock the barbecue
enjoyed which
,'. "+ .," '. e' Cathedral attributed to the large number of unemployed bly rain. Sunday, fair; colder in CITY BUYS PAIR MULES was held at their home near Drennen ,
... who Florida.j j
.:! ; ;suited; in an men are in northwest portion. Station
on Thanksgiving day. I
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.. .- The meat was cooked by Mr. Brad- ,
5540 Goes for Mules to Workin
Frozen dock, who is an adept in the art, and I
6 F : Bodies Is Another
: i DepartmentOther -
was brought to the tables done to
...-"\_,>+> .. ', ." ;1. ., forwards; !i I Bills Ordered a j
-. arian Jones, : Ghastly Horror Of WarPetrograd Paid turn.The tables were spread under the j:
'" s. mons ( ,
cap-I'I live oak trees south of the house and "' I
t< s, I The city council met yesterday and all the goodies usually found at I

;; alley Gissen- Nov. 27.-That the many prisoners and much ammuni- routine business was transacted. southern picnics were heaped upon j

: .1..J. : Jki, forwards; Turkish forces still are retreating be- tion and stores. I Councilman Johnson reported that he them.It i
.tea .
,-s : Jse Spencer, "The roads which the Turksare J had of mules for the is
fore the Russians in the region along purchased a pair needless to say that every one i
;id Kathleen! I retreating strewn with the street department for $540. On did full
!around Erzerum is recorded in the are a justice to the layout. The 1 j
frozen, bodies of their dead. ]motion by Mayor Sperry a warrantor perfect weather added much to the .
miles, following statement from
any the general "Prisoners taken are unanimous in j $300 was ordered drawn for the enjoymen and all voted the acair a

.. Foster hay-i, staff of the Russian army in Caucasus declaring that the defeated army is 1 park commission for park expenses. great success. Lt

', > '. |:de the chase I made public here tonight. making haste, with a view to seeking ]Hamilton Johnson presented bills of .i,
fburied his' "In the direction of Erzerum our I shelter behind the forts at Erzerum :$;478 for culvert end walls on Kuhl Magazines, daily papers, music,

tween South troops continue to chase before them and Deve Boyuc. avenue, and inlets and the laying of artists' materials and Christmas ov-

ort distance the bulk of the Turkish forces they I "The situation elsewhere remains I ]pipe connections on South Orange elties. Curtis & O'Neal, next post-

ragedy. have defeated. We are capturing''unchanged." venue and Gore avenue. sff'ce.
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COTTON CORPORATIONCotton by A his Connecticut election to man the was assembly so pleased that I!town elected since to 1888.the assembly from 1; ; : ;; ;, 50c. Quart You Ought to See ( ndars

he hired a hall and served a dinnerto I Fish Co
The beautiful,
much "Vol
the "hull durned town." His jubilation Beware of love and dynamite. advertised ound in bo.k
Products Co. Being Or- form and with
handsome covers and
is accounted for by the fact
are too explosive to be
ganized at New Orleans
that he is the first Republican to be handled. Street Longfellow Calendars
With $100,000,000 Capital Stevenson Calendars t
PlannedNew COX "
Kipling Calendars
10-23-tf Household CalendarsBed
Orleans, Nov. 26.-Plans for Time Stories Calenc

the formation of a $100,000,000 cor- ----------I A!1ft, : Calendar of Dinners
poration to be known as the Cotton Calendar of Salads

Products company, were adopted ata .__, ... Calendar of Luncheons
meeting here today of the execu- l1i1. -. -.._ ... 'H-- ..JtJ -. :_ Calendar of Golden Thot
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tive committee of the Southern Cot- ::; ,rk&;i i ;;'L.IIi.; m H -- ; m iAJU rzti r7P at Only 50c. each and nothing can priate for a
ton Associaion. The corporation, it == :- =- ': -c- Christmas Gift at a moderate price, tl calendar
was announced, will begin businessas Curtis & You get the cream of the lot if yo lections
soon as the first $1,000,000 of its ._ ._ .. 11-6-tf
capital stock is subscribed. ; .. ,; ,.- .' "t-1\ ,;;;:::::-..- ''''''-'--.S'7r nn''h' I \Y. S. BRAThe
Harvie Jordan, president of the ';; 1Vra,D r9.....-..Fr-JII.=-.-M- r.r'1"TM up. Hand's
Southern Cotton Association, tonight Pat Good Roof Good Barn o. 9-31-tf Arcade Book and
a on a
issued the following statement con- -- --, -- .
and of !"-; This is a model dairy. -fancy stock, scientific stable ar- '' ------- ------ -- -
cerning the plans purpopses
i b rangement-everything just right. And the roof selected for : I
the new corporation:
tom.this up-to-date dairy was .
"At an executive meeting today of
the executive committee of the Southern -
Cotton Association, attended by 1 li l' ilJll j'I .
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representatives of every Southern ;
cotton producing state, it was definitely -;
decided to begin at once the organization I = ROOFING
of the cotton products .. !I
= Th.Real Rival of B..,Shingles s.
company, with capital stock of $100000,000. ,- H"I
The will be chartered I' =-.The matter of price had nothing to do with its selection. !NEPONSCT Paroid was i
company y.y chosen because it lasts longer than shingles and adds protection-therefore makes .. --
,l under the laws of Louisiana better and safer roof. Yet NEFBMSET Paroid actually costs less than shingles both to .
j __ buy and to lay. Yon will agree with leading farmers everywhere when TOO really
and will maintain headquarters at
know NWBNSET Paroid. It the
is permanent-wear.economical roof for barns stablesall I'
i if farm buildings.,
New Orleans. It will be organized CREAMS AND ICE
f by the Southern Cotton Asosciation, -
4 co-operating with the farmers' union -- -
and allied organizations. ---
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t board of county commissioners SOLD 13Y ICE CBE..A

t of Orange county have subscribed fore Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. t LV.I.
I e 750 copies of the Orlando Sentinel to ,
(;: be mailed weekly for one year to people -
f in other states. The list of names For the last Twenty-five Years. Thanksgiving or Sunday Dinner '

was selected by the Orlando Board of --------- --------,-- ----
t r Trade and approved by the chairman .1111111111111 lIIU 1111 C 1111 D lilt I It' 3 fa IJ H It Ice Cream my Specialty. t .
I of the board of county commissioners. -
r[ This is the best possible way to and Fancy Ice Creams to Order
Orlando Paint and Wall Co. ,
advertise the resources of a county, o Paper

and Orange county is to be congratu- and Retail, Bricks or Cans.....
lated upon having such a progressiveboard
of commissioners. The same AGENTS FOR High Grade Paints, Oils, Varnishes Neapolitan Creams Always in Stock
method of advertising the resourcesof Katsomine, Wall Pa-
Osceola county was adopted by the Ration's Sun Proof -
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Paper, Wall Board, Roofing n ---- '-
commissioners several years ago and
has proven most successful.Gainesville Paints Brushes, Etc. :E3: :ECOEFLEE
Sun. SOLDlAT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Orange Ave. ; _

The fellow who lives by his wits Liberty Mariposa. I

often the one seems who to exists be a on near the relative good nature to-I Special Wall Paper 3000 Rolls, at !5c. I the Corner. Prices Reasonable. :

r of his friends. '. .... ; ; 6< 'II or- L-1"=:' """OF'GI-- ........... .,.. .'''' ,_.. ...,._

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Florida Real Estate and j tit I It

II 1 Investment Company -. j

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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'f -

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

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To all who intend to invest we would like to be 5 i: '. c'l J not only! a ;: ._ =,-J C = = '

but also as your agents after you have establish ':i-: t:. :- 1 iiAt (r ,, : Tir;jl f f f __ '

financially) responsible. We have connected j 1 M h" rty hIlly t.QDS1Imtt.,. /1

authority in Agricultural Investments and our e --\

for the last fifteen years should be of some ben, : : $' t; :y O!:,: "' :_ .

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Uneeda Biscuit
s. S. Convention to Meet in McCutcheon, Noted Chicago GRANDROMAINE
Miami 1915-C. E. Howard Nourishment-fine fla Cartoonist, Has Funny

of Orlando on Executive vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness. Picture Featuring

ORAAVE M : Committee All Florida .

for 5 cents, in the TOI> A..
Miami was chosen as place John T. McCutecheon, the premier ,
for holding the state Sunday school moisture-proofpackage. cartoonist for the Chicago Tribune,
convention and the following officers had a cartoon in Wednesday's Tri-
were chosen at Tampa Wednesday: i bune, "The See. America Last Club
LOne President, A. F. Turner, Tampa; first will have a chance to see some made I FIELDING
\I vice-president, C. C. Burns, Tampa; I in America scenery this winter."
Rev. J. E. Adams, of Miami, second: rious sections of the country va-I Without a doubt one of the foremost screen
\ vice-president; Rev. J. G. Venable, of in the picture, and of course it actors in
Jacksonville third vice-president; F. not be complete without Florida.In .
i I\ A. Wood, of Jacksonville, recording Florida a sign is sticking in the "
secretary, and C. A. Hoyt, of Jack- golden sand, which reads, "Florida. "THE DREAMER,
Lot 100 : sonville, treasurer. Rev. Claude W. Why go to the Riviera when you can
Duke of Tampa, was originally nominated J live here at less than twice as much. A Lubin special feature complete in two parts.

and elected president, but declined Beautiful bathing, no danger from written and directed by :Mr. Fielding.
One Lot 50 tOne to take the office on account of submarines or floating mines. A
I his church duties. GRAHAM CRACKERSA man in a boat waving a handkerchief i iis i
'' Members of the executive committee floating along the peninsula. :

Lot JO'IPics i 'I' were named, as follows: Rev. Crisp food, delicious for every day.and "The Terrible Lesson'

!,(*. B. Witherspoon, Kissimmee; C. E.
Howard, Orlando; G. E. Mabry, Tampa strengthening. Fresh PLASTERING PROGRESSING "
A drama. "!\ufT sed
baked and fresh de
; Dr. W. C. Richardson, Tampa;
Rev. F. P. Strong, Sanford; R. II. livered. 10 cents.SIAPAO.
Work on Presbyterian ChurchIs
Johnson, Manatee; Rev. S. L. Jackson Being Pushed Rapidly
Daytona; S. D. Harris, St. Petersburg -I
Will Soon He "
[ ; ; ; Rev. W. S. Patterson, Lakeland j CompletedThe "House That Went Crazy,
; Mr. Rickert, Fort Lauderdale.

.i :Success attended the efforts on 1 j work on the Presbyterianchurch A Selig comedy."THAT .
Wednesday morning to raise the
is progressing rapidly. On
$4,500 required for the coming )'ear"I' :Monday: the plastering of the inte-
the total of I
Pledges were made
rior walls was commenced and it is
approximates $2,500. It is the hope j thought the completion will be ORCHESTRA "
of the leaders that the required sum reached by the end of this week. The ,
You Know What will be reached before the convention '
scaffolding on the south tower of the
closes tomorrow The featureof Is naturally getting better and is
night. just pleasing more
church will also be torn down by the .
Avenue Is' yesterday's session will be a great close of the present week, the work I people every day.
Orange parade in which it is expected 5,000 13 being completed. Great interest in

Sunday school children wil ltake part. the work is being taken b: ",e i .e. '-
A delightful new biscuit -
bers of the church, who s e eag r 10

ORLANDO C. C. TO TAMPAReturn delicious, with cocoanut a rich and fla see the construction has -ning a 5c tOe
close so that the formal vor. Crisp and always I
occur as soon as possible.
Golf Tournament Will fresh. xo cents.

CARL L DANN lie December Staged at 10Secondof Tampa Town I ABOUT HALF F FINISHEO I N I S H E D

SeasonThe MONDAY

Colonial Drive Is Being Graded
Orlando Country Club, after Very Rapidly-Work Is "
entertaining the Tampa Automobile About One-Half PERILS Of P PAULINE

Jams and Jellies and have Golf been Club extended here on an N invitation_=18 to, CompletedThe ,

go to Tampa on December 10th an 1 W""'' of grading Colonial Drive The iSth episode. This installment is the

lay a return game, constituting the i. _* naif finished and it will not greatest one produced thus far. Rememberthe day.MONDAY .
second golf tournament of the winter
Buy biscuit baked by be long until the entire work is fin-
season. It is likely that the invitationwill
ished. It is one of the greatest and
Received a car load 01 be accepted and that a large del- NATIONAL BISCUIT latest improvements in the city and
from the local club will
"Jim Jams," Preserves, Jellies egation jour- COMPANYAlways will benefit the property bordering on
ney to Tampa Town to try and bring
it to a considerable extent.JEWL. .
and Fruits. back the honors.ORLANDO .
look I I.Pill -
for that Name I

r 31; PALATKA 29

The Delicatessen The Orlando Cathedral girls' team FEARS AN INV ASIONI sn m.i I
won from the Palatka girls last weekat .
Pies, Cakes, Salads and the club house in an exceptionally I TRANSFERDr.
interesting game by a score of 31 to '
,Cooked Meats. Germany Alarmed and Making
29. In the first half the Orlando or- f R B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
ganization started out with a grand Preparations to Defend the
H rush and by good passing and still I Kiel Canal Is

better goal throwing succeeded in Report Livery, Draying and HaulingWE
Bran Biscuit making 20 points, while Palatka's total I make a special of Fine
-L. for the half was 10. London, Nov. 27.-Germany fearsan Watch, Clock and Jewelery Re-
pairing Diamond ,
; Setting Ring
Home made or we supplyyou After a ten minutes' rest and a lit- invasion, according to a Copenhagen and Spectacle Repairing.
bran to make them. tle lecture from their coach, the Pa- dispatch to the Evening News. GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
Bring me repairs others have
latka aggregation came back with a Extensive
preparations are being
failed to do, and I will repair
"do or die" spirit, and they came very made, the paper says, to guard' them satisfactorily or no charge.
near doing. The home girls improvedin against such an eventuality. Eyewitnesses My prices are reasonable. AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
their passing and the two forw -J.. are quoted to the effect that
began to locate the basket. The fortresses in Schlesw ig-Holstein
work of Thelma Hyers was very com- and along the northern s of the CHAS. VATER Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited

mendable in goal shooting, while Kiel canal are being strengthen
New Modern[ Grocery Priscilla Hamm in her first game at All the German islands in w jl'EWELER) HORSES FOR SALE

side center showed up very well. North sea are said to be closely
I East Pine Street, at Young'sRepair
For Orlando, Marian Smith showedup guarded and strongly fortified posi- 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
Phone 200 to the best advantage for her tions are being erected on the shoresof Shop ll-4-d&w-lm
team, scoring 18 out of the 31 points Holstein and along the western
6 and 8 East Pine St'Wood' made by the Cathedral girls. I side of the river Elbe. --- ----.---- --- ---
The line-up follows: I .

Palatka-Birdie Reed, rf.; Thelma WOULD KATIIEU SINK THAN I
.r- flyers, If.; Ruth Zart, c.; Priscilla SURRENDERNew j
/ Wood WOODExcellent Hamm, sg.; Jonita O'Haver, rg.; Mary jI I I

Howard, Ig. Orleans, Nov. 27.-Rather Do not about
Orlando-Marian Smith, rf. Clara worry your-
Core Pine Wood Sup ; than surrender the ship, officers and
Holland, If.; Ruby Shiver, c.; Marian
in crew of the German cruiser Karls-
plied any quantity Jones, sg.; Dorothy Daniel, rg.; Ella
ruhe have planned to send the ship to
Slemons, Ig. the bottom with all on board accord-
SPECIAL: PRICES ON FIVE Referee, Everson, of Palatka. Um- ing to the statement of Chas. T. Too-
uire Miss Sheppard, of Orlando. of Baton who and
raen Rouge was a pas- Plumbing Sewering
Time of halves, 15: minutes.-Palatka
senger on board the Lamport & Holt
Daily Item.NAVAL ;
liner Van Dyke, which fell a prize to
ELDREDGE BARIOVV the commerce destroyer on October I
ARCHITECTS GET KAI- 26. :Mr.: Tooraen, a chemist, statedhe
Telephone 375 SER'S PRAISE learned of the plans of the destruction -

of the Karlsruhe from the We will do .it for and when
M South Street, near A. C. L. Berlin.-Emperor William in an- members of the'essers crew. you you pay you

Tracks swering a telegram from the Societyof The Van Dyke was one of the five
'-1lmReal \ German Naval Architects, now merchantmen captured by the Karls- get ,

., meeting at Charlottenburg, tele- ruhe late in October, Mr. Tooraen
graphed the following: stated. The '
passengers were landedat 1 1F.
1 Estate Bough "Your faithful labor in peace has Peru, Brazil, from whence :Mr.:

'1' and Sold. '. contributed war. I to rejoice our successes in.the confidenceand hithertoin Tooraen arrived today. Call on F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUMBING and HFATING CO. :

intelligence that has directed the SERVIA IN DANGER:
activity of German industry, which,
Lots, dls:
t and $1.00 per week$100; $1.00 in these 8erioul times, has shown itself London, Nov. 27. The Serviansare ;
buys a Lot ; strong support for the Fath- making a stand against the Aus- -1
t .., RENTS COLLECTED. V erland. i trians in fortified positions on the Cor. Graves and Irvin Streets

Notary. Work Promptly and Neatly} "May the 'Lord God continue to Kolubara river, but as the Austrians
J.r. Done. vouchsafe he success of our arms command superior forces and Serviais
and the Fatherland. i without allies 4.I.Id ]
tv N. P..:HATCHER I t-- I I I her assistance near, it seems enough apparent to offer -_ ORLANDO -

I ORLANDO \ A California cow has broken the I I that unless other Balkan states come
F r' ,FLORIDA torld's record by producing more into the war Servia is faced with defeat 1
Office- at,"pfnelmfst Park 1 t t thV 'f30,000 pounds of milk in a 3 ear. &
? P-O..Box '28t, .. :Sly r should be exhibited at the comnr w-i mO.-I I-IS
.,PIO!{E.40';'" \. z 1 -8-1m I : exposition. The Sentinel's subscription list is '

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: W. )I. GLENN ......................EdiUrW. Large Crowd Attended Thanksgiving -
C. E881NGTON..Bu.ine..Manager -Edited Miss Eliza Wright -
P. _. --- Affair at Conwayon
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida Office telephone No. Ij9. Residence telephone No. 254
r as Second Class Mail Matter. ThursdayEvening

6, Daily. 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION.............RATES........... 5.00 I WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR I needy in the war zone of Europe in Saturday Sal No.What 55
P Dan,.. < Month .. ....... ............ 2.50 1.25 I behalf of the Red Cross Society met
Daily. 3 Months .
I Daily. 1 Month .:::::::::::::::::::::: :.50erkly. Nov. 28th. I yesterday with Mrs. Hal Bourne. Several dollars were raised on the

.. I Year ... ow..ow..ow...."_.. 11-00 i There is so much need for clothing Conway school funds Thursday even-
t weekly 6 Months .. ....-.............. ."5 SaturdaySecond I j I j and bandages for the wounded and ing, when a large crowd congregatedat do you do with your recreation
r day of "Commission Bazaar. I the school house there and enjoyedthe
that stricken Anything very impor-
P.1\1.-Nullos Club; Mrs. LeRoy B.I helpless war country
P'C Giles, hostess. that it behooves us to think twice be- merriment of the season. tant ? Why not drop in some time during

f Junior Auxiliary annual sale, Bish- fore we say that the help is needed Among the Orlandoites attendingthe the day or better still Saturday night, and

i Copy for display and all other han -Mt opstead. here and they can take care of them- "box social" given for the pur- save some money ?
1. .lIInr ain* most be handeo. in at the business Nullos Club Meets pose of raising funds for the Conway
.,&* of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. Club with Mrs. LeRoy selves. It is a noble work the Red I Saturday's always a good day to shop
met -
This rule applies The Nullos I school house were Dr. C. D. Christ
E- the day before publication. : -better humor-better pleased with
Cross Society does, and those the
it is on
t. ekances for eontrart advertising: B. Giles yesterday afternoon at
Messrs. Lake Leon Gatlin
R. D.
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. field are so busy looking after the yourself-have more time-more like a
her delightful home on Lucerne Cir- Keene, Mrs. R. D. Keene Miss Keene
ba "" ers desiring The Sentinel discontinued wounded and dead that we over here recreation, and less like a dutY-more I
r should notify the office in writing on cle. The time was spent most enjoy- and Miss Hickson.
it will be must do the for them profitable than going to bed. j
the date of expiration otherwise Mc- sewing and
subscription rates. ably playing cards, Mrs. I The lunch box receiving the high- There's
f eootntied at the regular have our share in this splendid work. always plenty of inducements
omit notice to stop is received. Elroy making the highest score, the est bid Mr.
was bought by Gatlin for here
Telephone Numb r Here From JacksonvilleMiss offerings the
-- prize being an attractive deck of $3. Dr. Christ was the highest bid- week-greatest values in
f NOVEMBER 28, 1914. cards. The hostess served salad, Miss Limerick, a former Or- der on a pumpkin pie which was sold townsplendidsaving
-- lando girl, came down frem Jackson- chances-genuine bargains- a
---- the
sandwiches and tea after
games. for 125. From the in which Who >-
way can afford to miss them ?
r No one ever wasted any breath "Commission Bazaar" ville to eat Thanksgiving dinner at
the Orlando people bid the lunches
praising his home town. bazaar" had I home and will visit with her friends on -
The "commission a
you would think that they went
o most successful opening day on Fri- over Sunday. there with the spirit of the occasion. Here's The
It is reported that in some parts of day. The room is artistically deco- Dine, Then Motor All report a pleasant evening. Progi i

Vermont they are shooting deer from rated in bamboo ferns and flowers I I Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Campbell gave

automobiles. How different from the a dinner party Thanksgiving evening
and Japanese lanterns. A bevy of j TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Art Embroidery Pac ,
conditions that prevailed in our beautiful ladies are in charge and j I in the Lucerne hotel, after which the -

f grandfathers' day. Such a story then very willing to wait upon )'cu. Mrs. I guests all motored to the beautiful WANTED TO RENT a horse, by the These should be especially attractivetime

k would have meant the los of the immortal Louis Dolive has charge of a tableof I I country home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. month; will take care of horse and of the year, they mike exceeding,
soul. Saunders and spent a most delightfultime. feed. Address X, care Sentinel. come gifts.'e are clearing oat our ,
pretty hand painted menu cards, I ll-28-6t the famous "ARTAMO": creation ar
o score cards calendars, etc. Miss priced them for quick clearance at Hal
Some practical jokers caused a Marguerite Robertson with several Informal Bridge THREE ROOMS AND BATH, fur-

number of Vermont deer hunters to fine assistants, has another table Another of the Thanksgiving par- nished or unfurnished light

shoot several times the other day at laden with exquisitely embroidered ties was an informal bridge party house.housekeeping Phone; Johnson electric, 67.lights;28-6t new I Ladies Lisle Hose:

old deer skin stuffed with excel- given by Mrs. Neil at her lovely
an and crocheted articles. Miss Mary All sizes in black only, worth 20c. a pa
sior. But that was far better than I: Holt has some very sweet "misses" home en West street. She is a most FOR RENT-Desirable parties can

shooting at a suit of clothes stuffed helping her at the "delicious! :: t......" gracious hostess and the affair was find a few well and handsomely urday 2 pairs for 2!
I furnished rooms, with sleeping porch
with a man. table. Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman, of j I I delightful. and bath, at 615 North Orange

o Kissimmee is displaying and taking I nue. a\'e'l 36-in Bleached Cot

WRECKAGEToday orders for hand painted china for : NOTICE
LOST-Somewhere Orange Finished very soft for the needle, aim-
hundreds of thousands of on avenue -
the most
Christmas gifts I Church street, or Hu hey from filling, a quality, Saturday
Belgians homeless and penniless Any one having donations for the
made in Orlando. Miss
showing ever street, a lark blue silk waist, in pack-
refugees. Thousands of civilians have Antoinette Slemons is the cashier, I Baptist Orphanage will bring them to age. Return to Sentinel office. Suit 10 yds for 85 cts

met a miserable death. The whole and for the the home of Mrs. M. E. Weeks, 10 able reward. Mrs. Helen Wright.
a very capable person po- .
apparatus of economic life in field or sition. The bazaar' will be open to- Washington street, between now and ll-28-3tc I 9-4 Bleached Sheet

factory or office has been wrecked day and this evening and probably I Wednesday December 2. Clothing, FOR SALE-20 acres splendid farm- :

and ruined so that the future of Bel- Monday. It is in the building opposite new goods, canned goods or any do- ing land, 7 acres pine timber remainder The quality you have been looking for
gium is altogether beyond prophecy. the Grand on West Pine street. nation will be acceptable. Children clear; on north shore of Rock extra hard wear, made of heavy round
o girls and boys, aged from 4 to 18. lake one-fourth mile from city limits. very suitable for boarding houses and
Warning SEC. MISSIONARY Price reasonable. Address P. O. Box Excellent value at 30c. a yard Saturday, j
GREETINGSThe 74, Orlando, Fla. 11-28-3t*
Mrs. C. G. Wescott wishes to warn
Lakeland Advertiser is a new 23c yd
who the flow- I
the are picking
weekly publication launched last persons WANTED TO EXCHANGE THIS THE LADIES OF ST. CECILIA'SGuild
ers on the government lot, the Civic FOR A GROVE will hold a bazaar afternoonand
Lakeland. It is
week at publishedevery
League put them there to beautifythe Celery farm; fifteen acres right in evening, at the Chapter House Huck TowelsAnother
Friday C. D. Clough being the place and not to be picked by any village. f;0n feet from railroad siding, on Wednesday, December 2nd. Sup-
editor. The editorial page bears the for sale cheap and on easy terms; fif- per will be served from six until lot of that exceptionally fine
cryptic announcement "We are out one. teen acres all cleared and just plowedand seven. ll-26-6tc you have been telling your friends abou
safe." We wish Noble Work irrigated; fine flowing well; the
after lions mice
are The ladies who are sewing for the land is all fenced and just ready to WANTED-At once, young man; $L25; dozen, Saturday $1.00"'
the new publisher success in his new -- start planting; you can make the $250 bond required; good proposi-
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venture. price of this fifteen acres raising cel- tion for right party; no boozer or
o II iMMBIMM D 111111111I ery this year; come and look it over. cigarette smoker need apply. Call at Turkish Bath TowExtra
: Owner, 209 East Fifth street Sanford Room 7, Mrs. Rooney's, about seven
WATER WAGON T. F. HOURIHAN Fla. 12-3-4twkly o'clock in the evening. 11-2 blocks large size, heavy close weave wi
When the war broke out Russia I from railroad on West Lemon. 27-2t any amount of wear Good value for 3:
climbed onto the water wagon. She Licensed Plumber and NOTICE TO CREDITORS}
In Court of the County Judge, Orange County, USE TEDDER'S DEAD SHOT-It urday 23c each or 45c a
preferred to into the fight stone
go Sanitary Engineer State of Florida.i \ r
will chickens of
Fober. After the she decide In re Estate of John II. RichardM>iuTo cure your sorehead
war may 7 Estimates Furnished. Jobbing all Creditors. LeIlat....... Distributees and and prevent them from havingthe I
p to stay on the water wagon. If Promptly Attended to. all Persons having Claims or Demands dreaded disease. One or two applications Fancy Dresden Rib!
so, that will mean that 1914 saw one- against said Estate: is sufficient. For sale at
PHONE 629 You. and each of you, are hereby notifi..dand 309 America Tile '\e: ki..-: T ( a t:'d for dainty A
sixth of the habitable globe and one- I required to present any claims and demands my residence street. 01'-1 Christnvi,
lando. Price 50c. and I or > g.s.: a mal
106 Court Street which you or either of you. may have l $1 per
ninth of the population of the earth against' the estate of John II. Richardson.devease1. 11-28-fit* : range of c:.o'i"gs and combination effei
give up the sale of liquor. Which FLORIDA late of Orange County, Florida, to I &bsolutel.ll new and up-to-date, S
the undersigned executor of said estate within '
ought to please the enemies of John t one year from the date he-eof. 'I' The harvest season is fast ap- I
Barleycorn everywhere. t t-21-1m Dated November SAM'L A.27.NEWELL A. D. 1914.Executor. proaching. Try a want ad. in the I per yard A 14.Oiifiiirr '!,

o .IIClllllli IIIIIIII'I" Orlando Fla. Sentinel. Results guaranteed.

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It is said that whether or not people ... ....p '
desire it so, white stockings will

be worn extensively in this countryfor FILMS DEVELOPED I -

some time. Like the well known 1 t1 -
..... y'. .
drink "There's a Reason. The man- ; .. .,
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ufacturers of stockings can't get dyes
while the Germans are trying to 10 Cents Per Film ::::s -- .c t41 tls' v'tsd11. 't.5e .

make allies die instead of stockingdye. PHARMACY .;, ,
What little dye the manufac-
turers do receive will come at a high 0 > M* M tMltM MMM M M M e M MMtMMtM t i.

cost and making tinted hosiery too ,- .'- .
expensive for editors and other poor I,r- i : 1

people. I ill .;

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SHOT IN TIlE REARA Gifts That Endure .' ..-. -.- ,.- .

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Panama Italian coal miner while

out hunting with eight or ten other s. i ,

Italians miles south of Pan-
seven ., ...-. .
ama, was shot in the north end Sun- .
day while he was headed south. The The very air is now becoming charged with the ',. .

whole backside of his system was ., -. .... -
spirit of giving for Christmas will be here. .
filled with number 4 shot and it is soon t. .
said that when Dr. Everett treated
him the doctor's the fellow office.spilled It is shot even al hinted lover The choice and preferred gift is the one which endures, .

that Dr. Everett had the companionsof because it suggests the continuity of love and friendship,

the injured man pick him up and .*. n .
shake him as they would a salt cellar
and the shot fairly rained down on Such a gift is a watch or piece of jewelry.You J

the floor. While the Italian's injuriesare

quite painful and he will stand will find at our store everything that would: distinguish ." I
up to eat his meals, he will recover. '- .
Montgomery News. a first-class jewelry store-gifts of rare value for the lavish Ii .

o spender, and an almost unlimited choice of less expensive, but s..., i

PAY UPKISSDDIEEKissimmee charming gifts to suit the limited income. -' -.{: I'J""Ct.


December first is to and have the a Gazette pay-up-day says, We are sure our selections will [please you. J'> -- :$ 2 ';<::: !!!: lJ

that everybody is going to try to pay

al outstanding bills on that day. If 1'1
..t it t.t
the day proves as successful as Mi- H---: \1 1' ,

.ami's there is considerable satisfac- t.< ifE
1 :
tion in store for Kissimmee folks who i i. i ,. .
,,1 ., ,
have been "carrying" others on their T. H. EVANSI .

ledgers to a burdensome degree. And

then it is worth a great deal to be I ., ,: r'"T T i "
s a. 1T ;-'
able to feel better acquainted with JEWELER I i > : '
the people who did not pay up.- f

.. Miami Metropolis.The .
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Orlando Orange Avenue Florida .

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Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial Circuit + ] i
Orange County, Florida-In Chancery. II"GE;
Jerry Martin IT A ALLEN'S
vs. Divorce.Mattie f
LUCERNE TODAY j I Mattie Martin.To Martin. : I
It appears from the affidavit of Jerry Mar.tin -
complainant herein filed in which he
wears' that the defendant Mattie Martin is
a non-resident of the State of florida. but I
that .she. to the best of the belief of atfiant.n U Jewelry for Christmas j
>t>id. in the city of Quitman. in the state j
"PATHE DAILY NEWS of Georgia; that she is over the ape of
twenty-one years and that there is no person
in the state of, Florida, the service of subpoena We have on display now a big assortment of Jewelry for I II
upon whom would bind the said de-
Current Events at Home and Abroad. fendant.It the Holidays. i
is therefore ordered that you appear to I
the bill of complaint filed herein on or before j I
"OUR MUTUAL GIRL Monday, January 4th. 1915. the same beinga - rule day of said court.
It further -:;; -
is ordered that this notice be
published! in the South Florida Sentinel oncea ..
Faces a Grave Problem."DAYLIGHT week' for four consecutive weeks.
Witness my hand and official seal this November
2-;th. 1914.
SeaL) B. M ROBINSON. Clerk.
By J. P. WILLIAMS, D. C. n It is not too early to select your presents now-nothing has
Jones & Jones.Attornejs n
for Complainants.ll284tw I been picked over.

American (two reels.) Ed. Coxen and Winnifred Greenwood in an affecting -
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romance. THAT GOOD U U UIn

Look for Announcement of Tomorrow's Benelit Performancegiven


with every admission, good for the Lucerne Theatre Great In

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,, ; .:, : .RSONAL Mrs. McGrath, Miss McGrath and I j'I Don't forget that today is the day Deliveries or shipments of Gaso- u
Mr. Thos. McGrath, mother, sister for the best of Yankee baked beats line and Kerosene in 50 gallon lots
We will gladly lay away your selections until want them.
and brother of Mrs. D. M. Topliff, arrived and steamed brown bread at the and up made to all parts of the you

.. last night ford in Orlando last night from Randolph Woman's Exchange; also plenty of city and county. Drums for shippingand We INVITE you to look at our goods before buying.JEWELERS .

d Dission. N. Y., to spend the winter in home made bread and cakes. storage tanks kept on hand.

Orlando.Mr. I _
g.rj+ n is spending --
They that the
I say women are only
rq {,.;. uness. and Mrs. R. G. Taylor and lit- ones that look after the bargains ad- Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit .A.llen & Oo.
all Give make
cars. of when
tle son, Robert, have taken rooms at vertised. Well, here's a chance for car you ,
," oven, of iPttsr Oak Lodge. Mr. Taylor will have the men. Any $5 men's shoe at Dick- order. n

; : pretty home charge 'of the soda fountain on the son-Ives Company Saturday for $3.98. ----

on. I roof garden of the Yowell-Duckworth 11-28-ltc RELIABLE REPAIRING. "EVERYTHING GUARANTEED."

department store building.Mr. I GULf REFINING CO.I
e : : returned yes- i I The board of managers of the Civic a=(I
after a visit and Mrs. W. M. White arrivedin League will meet Monday afternoonat
I P. G. WALTON, Agent .
If Lake Eola.
; on ------- ----- -- ----
Orlando afternoon o'clock -- ---
yesterday on 3 at the Chapter House at

the Tampa Special from Springfield, St. Luke's Cathedral. There will also Office Phone 430.:
EI ares see "life Mass.\ and located for be
are pleasantly a general meeting of the Civic
r. ; -.t r !ans', 100 North the winter at 414 North Orange ay'enue. League at the same place at 3:30 the Residence Phone 269.

11-25-tf same afternoon. II

:ttes and W. J. Mrs. F. B. Smith, who left Tuesdayfor : NOTICE : :

,. ere among thee Orlando, is expected home this l sl I
The New Pocket Billiard Parlor
; '\ isterday. evening. She will be accompanied by No. 8 West Pine street, is now open TVICCULLOCH'SDepartment 1 responsible party who will make yearly lease. Six

her daughter, Miss Christine Peters, ,, for business. ll-28-7t I
nmercial i! room Cottage, containing all modern conveniences at
1 '- : agent who will spend Thanksgiving here.- I

:' '.. ay, with head- Arcadia News. CITATION No. 108 America Street, near Lake Lucerne, which will
r'; 2' pent yesterday Ij j I Whereas the holders of a majority in interest I Store i: :
of the capital stock of McNair Lumber I be for December 1st. The has
II I Frank Myers, of Jacksonville, for- Company. Orlando, Florida have petitionedthe ready occupancy building
Circuit Court for Orange County, Florida
I merly a resident of Orlando, has recently for an Order dissolving said corporation; been entirely renovated and new plumbing installed.
j returnedit
just Now, :
come to Orlando to take a position therefore pursuant to the Order of 3
to relatives the Hon. James W. Perkins, Judge of ,ad;
with the Orlando Auto Supply Court, made and entered on November :4th.
fluff, Ark., and 1914. all parties at interest are hereby cited China and
in the mechanical
company depart- to appear before the said Court on the 26th
in at her home,
ment. day of December 1914, to show cause if any
tue. they can. why said petition should nut be
granted. Glassware |
Witness the Honorable James W Perkins, S.Y.WAYInsurance
has returned Mr. A. J. Sessions, of Fort Ann, N. Judge of said Court, this November 27th. 1U14!
Y., and sisters, Mrs.\ S. A. Talmadge, SeaL) a \t. ROBINSON
ibsence of sev- Clerk Circuit Court. Orange County Fla.
of Fort Ann, N. Y., and Mrs.\ P. A. Il-28-U-sats Cooking and Real Estate
t } >)>den, Mich., and Agent
Thompson, of Warrensburg, N. Y.,
l : located for the Get the news in the Sentinel first.OSTEOPATHY. Utensils
are among the prominent New Yorkers -
> ntral avenue. PHONE 172
now in Orlando for another sea- -- -- --- -
at '..... :, llola are Capt. son. They are pleasantly located at Watch window for Monday '1
300 East Concord.
44 t l nrl: flrS: Clem specials.
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lay DR. J. C .HOWELL 128 S. Orange Avenue.111111'1111..t.IGIIIDII.
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? ." ,,. jajs niook extra charge tor house treatment ..

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FOR RENT-Furnished
five rooms and bath; all es
SENTINEL conveniences; lake front "
tractive price. Address Box 33,
ter Park Fla. -

WANTSThe \i: FOR stairs RENT-Furnished apartment, with rooms private L.:: --

J ily. The rooms are nicely
nished, close in, and board can ,, -
tained next door. Apply 101 .
Morning Sentinel Want Robinson avenue. "
Directory is the Greatest Want
Ad Medium in Orlando. FOR RENT :
Two furnished bungalows two
Terms Cash Advance.. south of the city on Lake
: Jewel. Everything complete. A
RATES tx m New York will be here
For One Day ______________2Zi I| few days to occupy one of the .
For Three Days ____________50c j we have, with a touring car ic
For Six Days _______________73c: make access to the city. -
A CpRNER{ LOTis For One Month ____________$2.30; I are particular HOMES for -
This rate applies on all ads of people. See- '
25 words or less. If the ad con- CHADWICK I
always the Buyer's choice. tains more than 25 words the rate I for further particulars. 19
will be one cent per word for Church street. Phone :398.
There are but few corners each additional word, for each in- evenings.
and generally sold sertion. .Ice. I
they are
If can't bring ad to
you your FOR RE Furnished for
early the office telephone No. 24. Ac- housekeeping, suite of large
counts opened by telephone will be ant rooms; all modern ...
We have a house on a good payable the following day. also two nice sleeping rooms;
family; close in. 312 North
corner lot all modern and Every Home-Every Business-: 11-22-6tc. and
Every Man has use for a
up-to-date. Sentinel Want Ad. FOR RENT-Large, pleasant : con-

nished rooms, close in, with
vate family. 302 N. Orange ;. We
A NEW[\ HOUSE FOR SALE ll-22-6t ', inter-

FOR SALE-The attractive 8 room FOR RENT-Suite of rooms
The price is very low for dwelling, 202 Hillcrest avenue; cupied by Dr. Christ. Long
modern and complete in every re tenants only desired. Jno. M.
this grade of property. Call spect. If interested call up phone 11-13-tfc ,
565. 11-24-tf
in and let us take you out FOR RENT-Large, attractive
FOR SALE-Ten acres fine orange Inquire No. 8 West \ : t.
and show it to
you today. land; about 3 acres cleared; 3-4 ofa 11-8-tfc
mile south of Gill's store and 1-2 '
' mile east of Lake Conway, on terminal FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling
COII of proposed brick road. Ad- garage; elegantly furnished
dress Anna II. Piatt, R. R. ;No. 1, Box Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. J

North Orange Avenue"' 43, Orlando. 1124lm.: 8-27-tf
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FOR SALE OR TRADE-I have one FOR RENT-Seven room house ,
7-room house, nicely located, mod- ter, gas, electric lights bath,
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL ern in every respect. Will consider barn stable, chicken house; lot
auto in part payment. Address, 200 feet. Apply at 735 North
C. E. P., Conway, Fla., Box 43, R. R. avenue.
No. 1. 11-21-81
FOR RENT-Small flat, modern
H. BRYANT FOR SALE-Nice] comfortable home veniences, unfurnished.
DAVIS GILES CounselF. for small family; grapefruit, guava Knox.
A. PEPPERCORN Contractor and orange trees; six squares of post-
office. Apply to W. D. West, 510 FOR RENT FURNISHED-

Marion avenue, or Hotel Astor. large, airy rooms, and
11-18-lmo porch; near Lake Lucerne. Mrs.
Foster, 411 South Boone street.1111tfc
I CuSa.ess Directory I FOR SALE-Good work horse, at a
I bargain; perfectly sound; young;
-- tor I good: condition. Address R. D. War- WANTED .
Lig, Room 4-6, Watkins Bldg.

BUSY MEN.\ 11-20-tfc WANTED-At once, young

$250 bond required; good
T. 1.'. IIUUIHIIAN, Licensed Plumber. FOR SALE-Five] room house, one tion for right party; no in
Conscientious work at fair prices. mile from court house, $650. One. cigarette smoker need apply.
Phone oi'J.; IDG Court t>U 8-2J-tf; Liberty Brush automobile, $75. Inquire Room 7, Mrs. Rooney's, about
Shoe Hospital, 8 East Church o'clock; 11-2 blocks from
street. 11-17-lmo West Lemon. our
Bouton Brothers, corner Church
and Or-aige: avenue. Shoes repaired FOR SALE-One] seven passenger WANTED-At once, white Best
with class references to
while }v.J wait. Best rubber heels, six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, first .
wash and iron for small
r 40 cent Best English tan leather. first class condition. Don't answer
Address P. O. Box 299.
r Phone -jjjr. 11-15-lmo. unless interested. Address Bargain, city.
f care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf 11-22-tf.
MULES WANTED-One pair of
Your general laundry work, French .1
FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston large mules wanted for the
4ry cleaning, and pressing will be
ap- I Wakefield, $1.00 per thousand. months. Give weight and
preciated. Satistaction and service Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. Box 604, Orlando postoffice.
guaranteed. Open September 2Sth. 10-28-tf
1 none 654. Reel's Steam Laundry, 11-18-tfc

f..r whites only. 9-25-tf FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts.
t Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas- ROOMS FOR RENT

Up to date painting, papering, etc., tle. 9-18-tf NICE, LARGE FURNISHED
is the kind you want. Where to getit
to adults only. 409 Delaney
fine iim .
FOR SALE-Forty] acres of
? That's
easy, phone 636.V.. T. 10-25-tf
hammock land; eight in grove; the I
120tfT. present crop of oranges will be from
750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, I. MISCELLANEOUSART

F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. ready for sE'tting-l0 acres in lake,
Conscientious work fair one and quarter miles from Apopka.
at prices. PUPILS can make
I Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf Price, $5,000. Address W. II., Box Christmas gifts. Come and '
I 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf
the class under Miss Echols. F ,
Eat all you want. For Sale 43, Watkins building. Phone I
Eat what you want. after 8 p. m. I
Take a postscript and forget it. 30 Acres, citrus and vegetable land,
For sale by all druggists. 20 fenced 10 cleared, crop on it now, I MAKE A SPECIALTY of famous
: l-7-d&w-lyr I ready for planting trees this winter orange and grapefruit trees .
and crop next spring; near school and trees guaranteed to live. 1
: BUYERS .AND SELLERSI church; half mile of railroad station; furnished. Charges, $6.00 per !
good neighborhood; four miles from Address, Box 222, Ocoee, Fla.
buy, sell, rent, and exchange real court house. Special price if taken in 11-10-lmo eds
;, estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla., next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando.
over 30 years. Have handled over 10-25-tf THE WILLOLA HOTEL 406
$20,000,000. Call and see me. Orarge avenue, is now
\ 10-6-:3m: F. A. LEWTER.ullcr FOR SALE-At Winter Park, desir- tiful location near Lake open.
able building lot, 50x150; 18 bear- the finish
I Home cookincr. ,"
ing trees; two minutes from the_bank
Mrs. W. T. Walker. 11-I
t for
and postoffice. Price 450. Summer- tljese
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Get your roses now and have lots tin House, Orlando. 11-22-6t*
of bloom through the winter. Roses I < BLASTING, Subsoiling and the
sz me
BOW ready for shipment. FOR SALE I ing of all kinds done on
W. II. BROKAW, Salesman. Nursery stocK, one, two, three and tice. A full stock of I
11-2-tf: four year old buds; Foster Early,I magazine at all times. See | e would
I Pineapple, Java, Hemosassa, Washington Lewis, 406 S. East street,
NOTICE-ROSES Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle 11-13-lmo ; like it in .1.
Apopka. Fla. Phone 2222. 3-U-tt I
Owing to the coo' weather, our
roses' are now ready for transplanting. FOR RENT
All orders booked for first ship-
ment should be here by the 10th of FOR RENT-One bed room, sleeping
;November. porch and kitchen, with all conveniences T. A. sales.
W. II. BROKAW, Salesman. ; close in in a nice neighborhood -
11-3-tf ll-26-6t, at 307 East Pine St. J

Don't wait for every one In town to Grocery,
have Entrican the painter, before FOR RENT-Fine furnished rooms
you try. Am too busy to look you for houeskeeping; also bed rooms;
up. Phone 636, and I will be on the bath, hot and cold water; all modern;
job. 1-20-tf new house; private family; large
sunny porch. 211 Ridgewood avenue.

Who is your painter and decorator? ll-26-6t
If you are satisfied keep the one you
have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, FOR RENT-All modern, furnished
Ne. 636. 1-20-tf house; Lake Eola; seven rooms .
and bath; best location. Apply 217
East Robinson Florid,
avenue. 11-22
T. F. HOURIHAN Licensed Plumber. I '
Conscientious work at fair prices.
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf WELL FURNISHED APARTMENTof
4 rooms to rent till Aril let;

Eat what want. kitchenette bath fireplace, large pi-
< you azzas. In Concord Park, 615 Lex- BIG
Sat all want.
Take a postscript and forget it. ington street. ll-24-6t I ..,1
For sale by all druggists. I : .
1-7-d&wlyr FOR REN'l'-Large convenient rooms IX THIS SPACE : r
for light housekeeping. Also pleas- ', Ib
ant sunshine front bed room on first ;
They run almost anything and everything HAUER has opener*
floor. Private family and modern '
on wheels these days.
conveniences. 315 West Central. TOMORROWJUNIOR

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NEIL McDUFFEE FOR RENT-Five room cottage part- I I ROCK"BLDG.
ly furnished. Near Lake Cherokee AUXILIARY : .
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Price reasonable. Apply 502 Jsceola ;...;. .

Contractor and Builder ll-24-6t. dral The parish Junior will Auxiliary hold the of the t i call F.. [the address. 1: r-Ii" 1

Bungalows Specialty FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice- at Bishopstead on Saturday 9:00to, 1200_ *.... f- $ I
ly furnished rooms; gas, separate noon, November 28th + "
A -cide ith. win.* b/yrtrp. " ; .
Battding. Orlando OT-- o'clock. Tea and hor-e m ,

S Magnolia avenue. 1l-10-tf- will be served. i I l t r '

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ST. PETERSBUR' past three years, who quit taking the 'MilMIIMtlllMlillliilMttMtiiiliiltliiliiilllMlllilllMMMMMMI MMM *
paper without paying back dues,from

Philadelphia Capitali one to five dollars. We have no idea

uable Piece of which of the two hundred sent us the

for $100 $3 but he or she has our thanks just PLUMBING CO

the same. We hope some others of -.a& hastty- I
St. Peersburg, No this number will become conscience I DIVIDSON '

"\ gest deal in real estat stricken and send us what they know 26 WEST PINE STREET
transacted in St. Pete they owe-just send the amount

was closed here last You need not trouble to give your PHONE 122

' Philadelphia capitalisof name-Bartow Record.In .
the finest lots in th
th Best at Low-
of nearly $100,000 the investigation of the butter Plumbing

ing announced made public.definitely No bt i ind egg trade in New York city its est PricesWe I
shown that in 1913 it cost from 18
common that a fine ht .'> 33 cents a dozen to deliver eggs are not in the combine.
the Seminole in Jackso -om the producer to the consumer. SLAUTER'S latest inventions usedon
l erected the lot befog
on nth such rake-offs as that between all first.classPlumbing
The lot is in the centt ....,.. 4.... _
Ie farm and the table it is no wonr -
being at Fourth street
.. that the cost of living is high. ConstructionSubscribe _.:.
avenue, on which it ht
f 130 feet, with a depth ol 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON-II Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic \
Patience is a virtue we admire
Mechanical Oil and 66 Refinements
in Pump. Step-Starter $275.00.
st others.-Optimist. for The Daily Sentinel. I
129 Orange .f venue
i to Appeal . . . .I ... Mfr W. WHITNEY WRIGHT, Orlando.
Mail Parcels
f Early II IIMt lflMiliiMtl80IIMII8lietMilM-iiMOMM6CI>ilQ .MCOt 'IUIMMM MtM

ages- ; REAL ESTATEWe ,

Washington, Nov. 27.
General Burleson cleared

Santa Claus today by ord. A .
fices in the service to pre -

diately for quick distribu
"largest bulk of Christma buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If .

died in the history of tht COOK WITH GAS
want to buy or sell the earth it will to call
department." The postma ......., you pay you
directed to appeal to the public to
4 and talk your wishes over with us.
mail their holiday parcels early.

Packages may bear the inscription"Not I The manager of this firm has had years of exper-
to be opened until Christmas."
ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a 1. Convenience 6. Speed

million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency

Petrograd, Nov. 27.-One entire :
two years.
German army corps has been cap- 8. Safety
3. Cleanliness
tured with all of its artillery and : We are well posted on the value of all classes and
transports. Another corps has been : 9. Perfect. Regulation
wiped out. Thirty-six trains full of kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all 4. Simplicity

prisoners are on their way from. : of Heat .
northern Poland to the center of Rus bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real I 5.
sia. Rumors are current that a crushIt' : 10. Economy
1 Estate Bargains.
ing defeat has been inflicted upon I
seven corps composing the army of
General Von Hindenberg. His whole

force is now rapidly withdrawing to
the German frontier. The Russiansare 7. EFFICIENCY

j NEWSPAPERS IN +I I. Efficient because the fire need not be lighted until all the food lis

TIlE MORNING FIELD R. D. WARING, Manager ready to be cooked. Because the moment the cooking is done

The Journal always had a high J Rooms 4 and Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf 1'; ;
the fire is turned off and all expense ceases. Because there is no
opinion of the good sense of the Tam- : '.

i pa Times. But some time ago when waste as the fire is concentrated on the place where it is needed

that excellent afternoon paper an- .. a I tU It, [ z.. I !IQ H iii II HU III U 2 = It. U Ie Ie I ;II .J
nounced that it was going to publish :- Ik and none of the heat escapes up the chimney. Because when
1 a Sunday morning edition, we began I'I

to doubt our contemporary's sober I i I you cook with Gas you utilize every cent's worth of fire you buy.
,.1 I judgment. After publishing the Sun-
day morning edition for several

weeks, the Times now announces thatit
will discontinue the Sunday paper PACKING HOUSE AT! ORLANDOIs

and confine itself strictly to the after-
noon field. This last decision indicates modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-
I' date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the
a return to sanity.
There never was any excuse or PROPER PACKING
reason for an afternoon paper anywhere FIRST AID TO : I GAS DEPARTMENT

1 publishing .a Sunday morning HIGHEST PRICES
which however would not accomplish the end desiredby I
i edition-certainly not in any city under I
100,000 population. The Sunday the grower, if he did not also have available the services !
: morning field is covered by the reg-
ular morning paper just as the Tues- ofTHE Beautiful Lake Eola

day morning field "is covered by it. CHASE & CO
There is no more sense in an after- Home Only
noon paper gettL6 out a Sunday

morning edition than there would be which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, crpe- $6,000.This WHETHER A COUNTRY ESTATEOR

in a morning paper getting out a rienced, competent and reliable.
Wednesday afternoon edition.Pensacola GIVES THE GROWER

Journal.PRESIDENT. HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS is an ideal home and a great

\ bargain. Owner is a non-resident, BLUE PRINTS AND DETAILED PLANTING IN-
h !'residep WiI- &: C., house, elegantly finished and modern.

.- interest in his governnent Main Office Jacksonville Florida NcwCalifornia Bungalows I
I merchant marine proposal during \the Werner F. Nehrlin j ji
9-30-d&w A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. jj
congressional recess. has askd Five Rooms j
repeatedly, it is understood, for the I LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTAND

\ number and character of vessels ask. and Bath Only i i *
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ing for American registry, and discussed I

I _. _the. subject with _Secretary.. ll... 11117' \ 52000These CONSULTING HORTICULTURISTIf
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!+ are undoubtedly the greatest contemplate planting a citrus groveit

bargains in the city. Located near will pay you to get my advice. ;

'-.c ";' tV .. tri Lake Eola, and only ten minutes walk I I Local Agent for BUCKEYE NURSERIES .:
.: from the Court House. These little
; "x :::;l.$er -Z" ..'
< : *$&-?" .' P homes are beautifully finished and Tampa, Fla. ;
.' iI modern in every respect. Can be I JI
\ ""c..',- :; ... i"L' bought on reasonable terms. Office Above PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
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;, ,;-:; ? : ''i; ':; i; .: c 'f Cooper Atha I PHONE 570 ii-io-ti i

c : : e 114 South Orange Are. Ground Floor 0 -j

..,1 -, t ...i. r-{. -:.. ,'t: ,(\\ A.,; u- i V Augusti Phone No. 311
--: i,13 131 ass ***** .. ; y reduc-
i, :: ., ,. ", l :;;;:: Furnished Homes for Sale 3 I

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or 5 5.00 Atlantic Coast Line
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: -* ))5.00 5-TOURIST TRAINS

,. .,.. .-! Pe4. from
". ; .: NORTH AND WEST Special for 10 DaysNo. I

A., w.A.-.:... 4' i- ">n> efficiency "Dixie
*-. J**a '** 'a s cost in ear I Flyer""Dixie 1. 14 Rooms with two baths; No. 3. 4 Room cottage; modern
'" Limited""Seminole
: B- T* i n atpat of located. Owner's several
.s- throughout
; ,. _. Limited" centrally price ; bearing orange
"-" eti $5,000.No. and grapefruit trees. Owner's price,
.t' ,"'F1";;<. ...;1 i .. >CT- t. pa, aa I "Montgomery Route" $2,500.
? r.= sr
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.. ,. (.a .r *koatrebate "South Atlantic Limited"PulIman
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T '" ..5. : ... 2. 5 Room bungalow, on beautiful Thess homes are all ready to step
a new from St. Louis,
P. a : -' 0; r..* :at 1. 1J15. Indianapolis cars, Cincinnati Chicago, Louisvilleand lake, with dock and boat; lot into and hang up your hat. I have I
75x450 feet, all set to budded particular for
,. F 5-"*- ; ,r 'rice and profit- intermediate points to Jackson- young properties particular .J
citrus trees. Owner's price, $3,200. people, city and county. See-
... ville, Fla.
Dining Cars
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(' Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. !
G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., The Man That Sells Real Estate. 19 W. Church Street. j
Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla.
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., Watch this space for change in 10 days.I i
.-- 38 West Bat St., Jacksonville, Fla. iI
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It was hoped that Mrs. Whipple I w I
would return to Maitland this winter, {
,, but word has been received from her t
that she has decided to remain in
i ti
Italy, where she is aiding the soldiers
and needy. ;j
Mrs. I. Vanderpool secured dona- iit. i
BIG is Not tions for a Thanksgiving box for the '. .
Church Home and Hospital of OrI I .
Starting RightIf lando. I .1
The Friday afternoon Sewing Club .
our wealthiest men had waited to met with Miss Baker this week. I
start their bank accounts with a BIG Mrs. F. T. Grannis has returned :f
J amount,-they;! would still be waiting. from Litchfield, Conn., where she ,
Little deposits grow to big sums. It's spent the summer. '
the little business that has the best chanceto Miss Fanny Traphagen, of Milburn, I
become big. It is the young man who N. J., is enjoying the Florida climate I|
can take care of the small sums who will in a tent on Mrs. Grannis' or- I
be able to handle a big business.We ange grove. I One ot our greatest cattrses of
encourage small deposits. We wel-, -
accounts of $1.00. We 4 I ,
come new pay )IA'XY ARRIVALS I
per cent. I I t1-\1'IK.SC.JNC{ [ & ( t J

Empire hotel arrivals yesterdaywere I
STATE BANKof : Mrs. E .J. Sanders, DeLand; I
is tilt establishment 01 the 1 ctleral Reserve .
Miss Alice B. Valentine, DeLand; Dr.
Orlando Charles Frazer, Muncie, Ind.; Mrs.; ]}ant System l1icil is relieving the :finnncif l
Charles Frazer, Muncie, Ind.; Mrs.I i
distress and est l>lisbin lJusincss it.
H. D. Kemp, Tipton, Ind.; Mrs. Bell crc
Hill, Muncie, Ind.; D. W. Hadsell,!! c
Eustis; J. P. Richardson, Tampa; I
Wm. R. Mack, Atlanta, Ga.; H. K.
Woodbridge, New York City; W. A.
McRae, Tampa; LeRoy Fairbanks,
West Valley, N. Y.; J. B. Minton,
Jacksonville; N. F. Goodson, Mont-
gomery, Ala. \II

One thing about having a' battle
For ChristmasLet along two wings and a center, it is I
almost always possible to pick out I
us send for you by parcel post a some point where it is going in favor -
BOX OF FRUIT I of side. ..
back home for Christmas. It will

cost.make a nice rememberance, at a small Bert Barry and Gray Rush returned : ( twt Tht TK &;T
last night from a day or two spentin
hunting near Oviedo. ;
Wrights Seed StorePhone ,
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179 South Orange Avenue Lucerne today.BRASS. Circle will be open to traffic I c .- .

r n si I AND IRON BEDS.. ; J

Ii 1L'( _. That we guarantee not to tarnish or become dull are included j TIjJ' .

in the BIG SALE now going on. i! i Y/, ; 1 i L.

,I OSCAR HAND & SON, West Pine i Tesle7wj ;: fi

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The greatest bargain of the season. GINGHAMS, the famous Red Seal Brand and Anoskeag dress ( ":*?- !" '.

hams, in plain, stripes and plaids, worth regular 12% and 15c. Special, limit 7 yds to a customer J


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RIBBONS, beautiful line of Fancy Dolly DINNER SETS, 44 pieces, white. w .
a LADIES GLOVES, Leatherette, the best made .. .
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Varden and Roman Stripes, pure silk, 35c. 25c for wear, in black, white and Chamoise, decorations, this is t e.1 t .>,;;17.- .
and 50c. values, special at _____________ $1.00 quality ever offered on the thirc .'f E
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$5.00 quality. Limit one .

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RIBBONS, in Fancy Floral and Roman Stripes,

pure silk, regular 25c, and 30c. value at-_ 19 C CORSETS, True fit, all sizes, extra special at 48c MEN'S SHIRTS, a big line in ;r.,: -. 'j- .
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designs, regular $1.00 qua ,

EVERLASTING SHEETS, will not last for
ever, but will last longer than any other BOYS UNDERWEAR knit shirts and drawers, 1 p.1 HAMS, Swift's, Armour's ar" "fi1-;
sheet made, pure bleached, size 81x90, 90c 75c a regular 25c.: quality at --------------- 1 -2 ______ _, .
quality _____________________________ special per pound : .' :
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GLOVES FOR CHILDREN, knit and cash15 Blouse, the kind the girls all like, white, QQf* 17 for __ __. ?t .
I mere, some of them silk lined, 25c. C red and blue trimmings, $1.00 quality __ pounds n .

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