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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: October 29, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE MORNING SENTINEL





VpUME: TWO ,ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1914. NUMBER 223.




w. S. BRANCH REPLIES SANTA CLAUS SHIPMENT 75,000 BALES COTTON NEEOEO BY


I TIDE OF BATTLE IN flANDERSTURNING i TO "CITIZEN" : 1I j TO LEAVE SATURDAY I![' -


I I GERMANY AND AUSTRIA PER MONTH

IN FAVOR ALLIES SAYS HIS RECENT COMMUNICATION : : PRESENTS FOR CHILDREN .

WAS MISCONSTRUED OF EUROPE SHOULD BE -

READY THEN I AMBASSADOR: GERARD 'SO.

-- -- MINE DEATH LIST NEARS CABLES TilE STATE I

GERMANS LESSEN EFFORTS Has Often Emphasized Valueof Southern Express Company Will i

WHILE ALLIES CONTINUE GERMAN LOSS ENORMOUS Farmers to the City and Carry Presents to Brooklynfor I FIFTYALL DEPARTMENTIT

the Santa Claus
Says ObligationIs Ship

THE OFFENSIVE IN YSERFITIESTIMATED NG Mutual Free of ChargeJust I
BUT TWO OR THREE !{ MAY SAFELY CROSS ATLANTICThree

Editor Sentinel:-We have all heardof twelve days from today the OF THE MINERS ACCOUNTED '

BRITIAN HAS REAL WAR IN AFRICA THAT 16,000 the man of whom it was said that I U. S. S. Jason, designated by Secretary FOR I' :Million Dollars Worth Per

WERE KILLED AND "he never opens his mouth that he of the Navy Josephus Daniels as Month Must Be Carried in

German Report British Battle 30,000 WOUNDEDFour does not put his foot in it." I should I I the Santa Claus ship, starts from :Mine Inspectors Will Begin Investigation i Neutral Bottoms but Can '

certainly think I ought to be elected Brooklyn, N. Y., on her trip across of Responsibility i
Admit
Ships Destroyed and Hundred Vehicles Passed major general of that class of peopleif the Atlantic to carry a cargo of for Explosion When All I Go to Any Port

Defeat at Hands of Rus- Ostend any fair minded man could put sucha Christmas cheer to the million or
Through Sunday
Bodies Are Out
construction on what I wrote the more children orphaned by the Euro- I Washington, Oct. 28.-Special.-)
sians in the East Loaded With Wounded
other day as "Citizen" seems able to pean war. United States Ambassador Gerard, at
From Battle Line have found in it. It is hoped that the children of Or- Royalton, Ill., Oct. 28.-Forty-sev- \ Berlin, cabled the state department

Paris, Oct. 28.-Special.-( I have carefully re-read what I lando will contribute many little gifts en bodies have been recovered from I today that Germany and Austria need

At midnight an official state- London, Oct. 28.-A dispatch to the wrote and fail to find any word of I for the unfortunate in Europe, and the mine of the Franklin Coal and I about 75,000 bales of cotton a month
Coke that wrecked
ment by the war office an- Daily Mail from Flushing, Holland, sentiment that can possibly be so con- the gifts should be of a useful char- company was by a from the United States and he is get-
All but
gas explosion yesterday. two
says: strued. acter if possible. That is what the j ting details on the points of ship-
nounces that two furious night or three of the miners who entered .
"Citizen" : "Apparently Mr. cold orphans of Europe need ment.
says poor
"Several mines have been washed ,
theallies' the have been
workings
attacks the Germans on yesterday
by Branch does not consider that the the most. The giving is not confinedto Baron Von Schoen, one of the Ger-
ashore along the coast below Ostend. accounted for if these
of Dix- definitely and
line in the region farms of this county are our main the children, either, and in almost man embassy secretaries, made inqui-
mude have been repulsed and All were in excellent working order sources of wealth, not only in Orange every Orlando home there is some- perished the death list will total about ries as to the extent of protection for

that all along the front from for they exploded promptly but doingno county but throughout the country in thing that can be spared that will go fifty. cotton going to German ports. Indi-
The mine officials said today that
serious
Dixmude the Ger- damage. general," etc. As a matter of fact, to make some child in Europe happyor rectly he informed the state depart-
Nieuport to "The Germans have fallen back 276 miners, seven of them injured,
ment that Germany is pleased with
I this is what I wrote: "The writer in comfortable.In .
mans seem to have lessened slightly from Westende. They are no sense underestimates the value of order that the gifts may reach escaped immediately following the the plan evolved by the United States
allies the coast from Ostend blast and these together with the dead
while the con- putting to
their efforts Britain.
and Great
farmers to the town and communityand Brooklyn in ample time for the sail-
Knocke in state of defense. At and missing account for the three ."j
offensive to the north a The state department plan, which
tinue their he has often said in the Board of ing of the Santa Claus ship Jason,
of Ypres. The allies have also Ostend preparations are being madeto Trade meetings that he believed one Mr. James H. Bryce, who is taking an hundred and thirty-five men that en- will undoubtedly be utilized by Amer-
mines at the harbor tered the shaft for work yesterday.
successful further to the place en- farmer with a few thousand dollars, active interest in the matter, hopes to ican shippers, means $3,000,000
been trance. Only eleven of the dead have been
settling near Orlando, was worth get Orlando's contribution ready for worth of cotton a month may now
south making slight progresson Estimate Killed identified. J
16,000 cross the seas safely, under the vir-
more to the city than half a dozen shipment Saturday, and all those expecting -
the line between La Bassee "The German losses at the Nieu- A house to house canvass begun
tual protection of the British
rich tourists coming here to board ata to contribute should commu- navy.
and Lens. port-Dixmude line are estimated at hotel for a couple of months"What nicate with him at once. last night may disclose the exact Cotton carrying vessels for German

Indications from this state- 16,000 killed and 30,000 wounded. I attempted to do was to em- The Southern Express company, number of missing men. ports should be neutral bottoms, as ,
four hundred vehicles In an effort to alleviate the hyste-
and also from the jtate- During Sunday phasize another fact which is sometimes through Vice-President E. M. Wil- understood by the state department,
ment ria which has been the
general
loaded with wounded soldiers among
passed lost sight of, viz., that while liams, has very generously offered to and also as indicated by Ambassador
issued during the after- and children the has
ment Ostend. women coroner
through the c''y: is under great obligations to transport free of charge to Brooklyn Gerard. Cotton shipped under the
that the Kaiser's "The Germans have commandeereda barred all relatives of the dead from
noon are gen- .. neutral agreement as now fixed
the f: mc"te: farmer likewise owes gifts weighing less than one hundred may
erals have almost abandoned large quantity of lumber at Brugesfor an obligation to his home town. To pounds, and the following notice has I the two temporary morgues. be used by the army of any countryto

hope of advancing to Dunkirk use in building a giant airship prove this, I called attention to the been received by Mr. W. T. Jamison, The state mine inspector's investi- which it is consigned. j
shed at Goldonck. Artillery is being gation into the causes and responsi- ,
Calais. large increase in the value of farm the local agent: --
and in the dunes between bility for the disaster will not begin
placed Huyst I Chicago to Subscribe to Cotton Loan i j
lands in this county during the past "Vice-President E. M. Williams, of
Ostend
Advices from Bruges, and Duinberg. Five train loads of until the last body has been removed
I ten years, the increase having been the Southern Express company, instructs Fund '
in Belgium indicate have taken Zeed- from the mine, according to a statement ]
and other points artillery been to
largely brought about by the effortsof that Christmas gifts donatedfor Chicago, Oct. 28.-Special.-The( )
that the Germans are rugge." the Board of Trade in building upa the children in Europe for forwarding I of the superintendent of the Chicago Clearing House association ;
"Thtf coroner's '
bureau of mines. Inquest
stripping that territory of all town and a town market and in aggressive on U. S. government steamer today got behind the plan to raise
PASSENGERS RESCUED FROM was begun today. j
soldiers except the barest garri- work for good roads throughout I from Brooklyn, November 10th, one hundred and thirty-five million
survivors of the
FRENCH STEAMER Inquiry among ex-
the county. "Citizen" entirely ignores will be carried free to Brooklyn from dollar fund to be loaned on the sur- 1.
all. the rein-
and rushing that immediately
sons plosion today developed -
that main thought in my com- points where express service is necessary plus cotton crop for the relief of
forcements possible to the army London, Oct. 28.-It is officially an- after the explosion the men
munication and entirely misrepresents because of limited time before Southern growers and the benefit of .
that is trying to break throughthe nounced that the channel steamer operating the air shaft reversed the business generally. A committee of i
the spirit and the words of the sailing date. Shipments must be lim-
Belgian, French and British Queen rescued 250 passengers from balance of it. Therefore, it is not ited to one hundred pounds and machinery, hoping to draw the pois- three was appointed by the associa-
the French Admiral Gan- onous gases from the mine.
line that is guarding the approaches steamer surprising that he fires his dum dum marked "Christmas Gifts for the Chil- tion to solicit subscriptions to the
blown mine off Bou- This, said James Brown, mine manager -
and Calais. teaume, up by a bullet from behind a big tree nom de dren of Europe," and should be timedto ; twenty million dollar portion of the j
to Dunkirk When the steamer left may have caused the death of
logne. Queen loan which the local clearing houses
plume, instead of standing out in the reach Brooklyn approximately for- I'
The Belgian government at the of the accident the Admiral some' men who were near the en-
scene open and shooting with his real name. ty-eight hours before November 10th. have been asked by the federal reserve j
state- Ganteaume still afloat and Brit- trance, but it saved the lives of many
Havre tonight issued a was board to provide.
I "not in the least afraid that "In order that this information may

ment saying that the conditionof ish destroyers were standing by. anyone who gave the most cursory reach the largest number of our pa- more. +

the allied troops along the reading to my other communicationcan I trons, I suggest that you advise local APPEAL FOR RELIEF FUND FOR

while the get any such idea out of it as papers of this free service by express JEWS
Yser is improved enemy's FRENCH LOSS 40,000 AT GRAY CLAD VETERANS i
fire is slacken- "Citizen" represeEts it to mean. But companies."In .
artillery fearing some who did not read it may I acceptance of shipments it will! Chicago, Oct. 28.-(Special.)-President -

ing and at some places has been VERDUN ANO TOUL gather a wrong impression of my position -I be well to caution shippers of such ENJOYING REUNION Adolph Kraus, of the Order of

subdued entirely by the guns of I ask you for the least possible i packages that it is not advisable to B'nai B'rith, today appealed for aid

the fleet operating along the space in which I can make myself i include perishables in their donations, in a world wide campaign to raise

coast. ACCORDING TO A REPORT clear. Respectfully, or articles that would probably spoil LAKELAND TAKING CARE i $1,000,000 for relief of 100,000 Jews

COMING: FROM: GERMAN W. S. BRANCH. during the long voyage." OF VISITORS IN GREAT who are refugees from Belgium, Po-
land and Galicia; also for thousandsof
German Report of Yesterday's SOURCES STYLE i
Jews in Jerusalem. In
Copenhagen -
KROONLAND, LOADED WITH COMMISSION THOUGHT CALIFORNIANS -

DevelopmentsBerlin Says Swiss Newspapers Declare COPPER, HELD BY GREAT I ASKED LITTLE Boy Scouts Acting as Guides. refugees from Russia have taxed
'
the resources of the Jewish citizens
by wireless via Lon- Officers Dissatisfied With I BRITAIN I BIT TOO MUCH to Veterans and Many Social beyond their strength.BIG .

don, Oct. 28.Special.Mainheadquarters ( ) French Soldiers Being Events Have Been
Washington, Oct. 28.-The American Washington, Oct. .-Reductions
reports that today Hurried to Front ship Kroonland from New York I sought in freight rate in deciduous Arranged COTTON CARGO FROM SAVANNAH -

fighting continues from Nieu- I bound for Naples and Greece, with a i fruits from California to destinationsin

port to Dixmude where the Belgians Berlin, by wireless to Sayville, L. I., cargo of copper has been detained at Alabama, Florida, Georgia, South Lakeland, Oct. 28.-Following the i
Oct. .-Swiss report general reception and addresses of i Savannah Ga. Oct. 28. Cargoes
have been considerably re newspapers Gibraltar by British authorities, according -.Carolina and Tennessee today were -
that since the capture by the Ger- to a report to the state department denied by the Interstate Commerce welcome of last night, the United of cotton consisting of 9,700 bales and i

inforced. Our positions are mans of Camp Des Romains the today from American Con- Commission. The commission held Confederate Veterans, Florida divis- valued at $388,000, were shipped from 1

maintained. French losses in the battle line be- this in the Danish steamer KnudII.
sul Sprague. that evidence introduced was "not ion, meeting here in annual reunion, port
British war vessels took partin tween Toul and Verdun have been Consul Sprague did not report the sufficient to warrant the very extensive spent the morning in an important ., for Copenhagen, and the Swedish

the fighting against our right more than 40,000 men. The French reason for the detention but as cop- I reductions sought." business session, which was continuedthis steamer Uller, for Gothenhenburg.

wing but their fire was without officers, according to statements in per is listed by the British foreign I An attack made by the California afternoon from 2 to 4. A large I '

effect. Several British warshipsare these newspapers, complain of the inferior office as conditional contraband, it is I Fruit Growers' association upon refrigeration increase in attendance was noted today I SHACKLETON STARTS FOR THE j

quality of the new French assumed the British government's at- rates on deciduous fruits and the reunion gives promise of I SOUTH POLE 1 1I
in flames the result of
as troops. titude will be similar to that in the shipped from California points to being one of the most successful ever I I

German artillery fire from the Austro-German official reports from case of another American ship which eastern destinations also was dis- held in the state. Buenos Ayres, Argentina, Oct. 28. '

shore.In the eastern theater of the war indi- carried copper to Holland. In that I missed. The commission reaffirmed This afternoon the veterans and -The British antarctic expedition ,

cate that severe battles are raging when the Dutch the rates and the headed by Lieutenant Sir Ernest :
Poland, after several days'fighting case government gave I refrigeration car sons and daughters of veterans were

during which all Rus- along the Vistula and San rivers. The assurances that copper cargoes would load minimum weight of 26,000. taken for an automobile ride in and Shackleton departed southward yes- 1

Germans apparently are engaging not be reshipped from Holland the I pounds fixed in a previous case. around the city. terday. j
sian attacks have been success-
numerically superior Russian forces I i I
.. ]
British government withdrew its objection Lakeland Handles Veterans Well ----

fully repulsed, the German and and the battle is attracting equal at- The state department has DUTCH LUGGER BLOWN UP ON Lakeland is maintaining its reputa- 194 years of age, but he carries his '1 1i

Austrian forces have been tention with the struggle in France asked Mr. Sprague for a fuller report COAST OF HOLLANDBY tion for hospitality, every incoming i burden of nearly a century as lightly

obliged to retreat before new and Belgium.The I on the circumstances. MINE train being met by a committee which I as some men of fifty. Another aged J
bulletin issued last night by that the old and distinguished man is Gen. H. W.
Russian advances from Warsaw. sees veterans are assigned J
Geor- the Austrian war department states OBSERVATION FROM BALLOON : London, Oct. 28.-A Dutch trawler to their quarters and are taken Long, of Marion county, known "
Ivangorod and Novoe
that the Austrians southwest of Ivan-
, REVEALS DAMAGE BY | reports that the lugger Vlaardingenstruck there with the minimum of inconven- throughout the state. Prominent fig- t
gievsk. The Russians, for the gorod are combatting numerically superior -
FLEET a mine 40 miles north of Ymui- ience and trouble to themselves. i I ures also are those of A. D. Williams, ;

time being, have abandoned pur- forces of Russians. !i den, a seaport of Holland, accordingto I A force of Boy Scouts is in attend- I of Jacksonville, brigadier general and 1

suit. London, Oct. 28.The Times corre- |i an Amsterdam dispatch to Reu- ance and as soon as a veteran receives -'assistant adjutant general; F. M.I 1i

% DROPS BOMB OX SWISS spondent in Belgium wires the following ter's Telegram company. The crew his card one of these lads is i I Ironmonger, of Jacksonville, and 1 1'I

Great Britain Has Real War on : and ship were lost. j at his side to act as guide and companion I'I j many others. The sponsors and maids ;

Hands in Paris, Oct. 28.-A Havas news "Observation from a captive Brit I and escort him to his destina- add their charm and beauty in con- j
South
Africa
;r agency dispatch from Belfort says ish balloon has revealed how effectivehas FRENCH MORATORIUM IS MODIFIED i tion. trast with the rugged qualities of the .)

London, Oct. 28.-(Special.) 'h"t Gcman aeroplane which flew been the fire of the British war- I Despite the marks of age and battle aged soldiers. i

7 -Official announcements by the '"cthe fortress of Belfort on Fri- ships on Ostend, Middlekerke and 'I the veterans are a fine intelligent Tonight a reception for the spon- ;

p. South African government re- day and into Switzerland dropped a Lombaertzyde and other coast vil Bordeaux, France, Oct. 28.President : looking body of men, many of them sors and maids is being held at the 1

, veal the fact that Great Britain bomb which fell in Swiss territory. lages. Not a wall is standing in the Poincare today signed a decree with highly interesting personalities. home of Mrs. A. H. Darracoat. Thereare

: villages of Westkerke, Slype and No- modifying the moratorium proclaimedon A number of them show the effects of many charming young women in
has a real war on her hands in
: Century music, lOc. Popular 15c. vie. Several other villages also are August 31st and providing for a service scars and missing limbs not the city to attend this reception and

i that part of the world. The se- classics, 15c. to 25c. All the latest. in ruins. All this damage was causedby gradual return to normal financial infrequently being in evidence. One it will be a gathering long to be re-

,g;:, (Continued on page ?) Curtis & O'Neal. the artillery of British ships." conditions. visitor, A. B. Davis, of Plant City, is |membered.



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HALLOW EEN PRECAUTIONSEditor CHINA DEMANDS THAT JAPAN -CHEAP T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. Eat what you want.
TRUE
I
SURRENDER AN INVADING Conscientious work at fair prices. Eat all you want.
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf I i I Take a postscript and forget it.
Sentinel-Next WAR VESSEL II
Saturdaywill i I f For sale by all druggists.
as everybody knows, be celebrated Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel l-7-diw-ly
Peking China, Oct. 26.-The Chi- WITH PAINT MEANS __
here in Orlando, as well as in all -
nese foreign minister has demandedthe
English speaking communities, as surrender of a Japanese torpedo j The paint which covers the largest
Hallowe'en-the day before All Saints I boat with its crew which entered Chinese 1Idur'" 1lne.
day, which falls on next Sunday, November I waters and substituted the Japanese -j surface-Gives the longest service .
1st. From very ancient times I flag for the Chinese dragon and
-Lasts and looks well.
the day has been observed as a time I
of revelries and merry making justas attempted German torpedo to tow boat away S-90.the wrecked i(' Our Business is to Make Your Work

Christmas eve has for centuries I THAT'SHarrlsons' EasierBy

been marked by good cheer and social GERMANY TO WITHHOLD MOST;
festivities. With all innocent and OF HER SUGAR I
with all kinds and
I supplying stylesof
you
good natured fun even the prosiest of ,
us ought to be in full sympathy. Let I Files and Filing Cases, Ink and Ink Stands
Berlin, Germany, via The Hague ; .- "Town & Country"
:
the young folks have their fun and and London Oct. 26.-The govern- Pena and Pen Holders, Pencils and Pencil
their frolic on Hallowe'en by all ment has decided to limit the expor- Rulers and Pens
The result Hundred Sharpeners, Ruling TypeWriters
means. tation of sugar so that the major of over a
however, feels called' and Type Writers and all
Supplies
This scribe portion of the crop will be kept in (0 Years Experience. $
upon to lift up his protest against I' this country for domestic use, according the material needed around the house or office -
such abuse of the day as has, un-
an "
to a recent announcement. A Get our free book "Cause & Effect. If desk.
fortunately for some of us, come into' I
Free exportation at first was contemplated ( It tells things ought to know. U
vogue in our little city during the: but leading agriculturists suc- you many you Call us up whether you wish a 5c pencilor
past few years. Last year, for example $50.00 Case.
cessfully opposed the plan. SOLD BY a Filing
witnessed some species of so-
called fun on Hallowe'en which can
only be described as vandalism. Par- CAMPAIGN FUND FACES DEFICIT Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. W. S. BRANCH,

ties of men and boys were permittedto Washington Oct. .-Thomas J. ,
roam about the streets making hid- Pence, in charge of Democratic national For the last Twenty-five Years. The Arcade Book and Music Store
eous noises,uttering objectionable remarks campaign headquarters an-
and behaving in very offensive nounces that payment of bills since ]
ways toward women and children. the preparation of Treasurer Wells' !I
But this was not the worst feature: recent report, had wiped out the com- ;,
of the celebration. In some instances mittee's balance and left a deficit of ':
wanton destruction of property took about $12,500. The indebtedness was : $8 Charleston C and Return $8

place, and property owners were com- incurred for printing.
pelled to bear such insults and inju- I
ries as under ordinary circumstances Y IP' i VIA"Clyde
would justify civil suits for damages.A MI-O-NA QUICKLY I
prominent institutional buildinghad !
one of its large glass doors shat- ENDS INDIGESTION;: BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS LineJ'Fir.it
tered by a brick hurled at it from the Eat Your I'avorite Food and Never I I
sidewalk at the risk of severely in- Fear After.Distress. C I LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS

juring the occupants of the room. whatever There is yt a..r way stomach for you craves.to Many eat Effective from August 1, 1914 to August Class, Meals and Berth Included
Further down the same street, a hand- will SLY'; 'i;. '.v I wish I could but I "j 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc-
some stone coping, gateway and fence have tried" r.lj every time it nearly tion during that time:
which had just: been erected at con- kills rue.
.siderable The rerI 1 rouble is that people who I This special rate good on any of the Company's
expense,was wilfully broken Touring Car $555.00Runabout
super! the .ntold agony of indiges-I I 22nd October
steamers August : to 17th
and the next morn- ,
down passersby den do m t realize that the stomach
ing were shocked to see this newly ha:. i lot 0: work to perform in di- 'I' 505.00 ; inclusive.
erected piece of work lying in ruins. ?e ting th'a fod and if crowded with F. O. B. Orlando. All can folly equipped.
e(i ra labor it rebels and kicks are
up
The likelihood is that similar depre- :rful disturbance. Farther we will be able to obtain the ... !llam efficiencyin I Return Limit 10 Days 4
dations will occur next Saturday Mi-o-na, a simple and inexpensive our factory production and the minimum coat in our
of
purchanincand aalea departments if we r-ach an output
night unless checked and thwarted. prescription easily obtained from JIc- 300.009 ears between the above dates. !
Elroy's Pharmacy or any drug store Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every
The question is, are our citizens will- And should we reach this production we agree to pay as
ing to permit hoodlums and lawbreakers disturbance will quickly and effectively refunded.stop the It the buyer's share from J40; to $6 0 per car (on or about I Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
or money August 1.1915)) to every retail buyer who purchases a new j
to destroy their property? or will not only increases the flow of diges- Ford ear between August 1. 1S11 and August 1. 1915.
the mayor issue notice that such acts tive juices but surely and safely For further particulars regarding these low prices and pro6t-
of vandalism are prohibited, and will builds up and strengthens the stomach -I sharing plan see For reservations and further particulars apply to
walls so that what you eat is '
the police officers be on the alert to ared fo as nature intended. 1<'. G. RUSU.
arrest those who violate this order It"ne. lless for you to suffer with H. G. WENZEL Fla. Pass. Agent
PROPERTY OWNER. Indigestion, heartburn biliousness, Phone 226 ,
mur. gassy or upset stomach, for Mina ,
")- tablets surely give prompt and 122 W. Hay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Woo, ?1.50 a strand up. Hand's- lasting relief and perfectly harmless.
Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf T&T. '
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invite all investors and homeseekers to call! on us, regarding For Sale Many Small Country Homes

our propositions "holding exclusivelywith the privilege -

to buy direct from the owner or through his own broker. with a few acres of improved and unimproved land

:The propositions we hold are too manifold to describe in detail from $600 dollars and

in this space, but they consist in up.

For Sale Tracts of Lands

BUILDINGLOTS
: from 200 to 80,000 acres of virgin timber and cut

over lands on terms to suit our depressed money market -
in the most desirable locations at prices to please any investor,

also have a great number ofHOUSES in the North.


: FOB SALE MORTGAGES FOR SALE


bearing 8 per cent interest secured on improved real estate,

i amounts never over the insurance on improvements. The value -
| in all localities, from $1250 dollars up to $25,000 dollars.
of such securities do not depend on the New York Stock Exchange -

Orange Groves whether open or closed,nor the rulings of neutrality of

: our government. .


We have not many orange groves to !offer, but

every one is a gem. What we call a gem, is a groveto SebrinflTuesday

bring in revenue from the day of purchase and
November 3rd, the President of this Company, Henry Benedict,

wish to explain the mathematical way to prove it. To will leave via the Atlantic Coast Line at 3:30 p. m. for the Wonder City of Se-

make sure for the purchaser not to be! mislead would bring,and wish to be joined by as many as possible to demonstrate that on'all: prop-

leave our calculation to be approved of by any orange ositions we offer there will yield the investors 10 per cent for 3 105 five ycars-

and 25 per cent to 40 per cent, after that time. Any one who doubts ,this asgrower -

or orange seller. We do not list orange groves sertion we invite to come along, and if we cannot prove it we will pay hi railroad

without carrying the STAMP OF REVENUE. fare both ways. Here is your chance to get a free ride.




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INTERIOR OF, CHRIST CHURCH.. T t.t E MON DE. TELEPHONES INSTALLED SINCE
DIRECTORY WAS ISSUED

,, w Allen & Co., Jewelers __________ 136
,-" :, Astor Hotel ___________________ 237 GRAND
Albright, Mrs. Nora, Res._______ 409
Barket, Toney, Store __________ 329
Bogue, A. R., Res. ____________ 97
Bliss, E. R., Store ____________ 279
Brain, Mrs. L. M.. Res. ________ 310 --
Bouton, Walter, Res. __________ 407 TOI A.y
Burden J. D., Res. ____________ 461
Brown Furniture Co. __________ 482
Bosse, Herman J., Dentist ______ 588 s
s h Christ, Dr. C. D., Res. __________ 100 The Second of
: ; Appearance
Caruthers, J. R., :Market: ____n_ 153
: Chapman Miss Julia _________ 283-3
Dann's Transfer Co., Night uu 139 Mr.\ Stout Lillard and Miss\ Washington
Dickson-Ives Co., Grocery uu 300
Dow dell, A. W., Res. ___n__n_ 420 IN"Dances
Eureka Pressing Club _nuu 174 -
Eola Packing Co. ________n____ 507
Frisco, Nicolas Fruit nnnW_ 609) "
Forage & Rizk, Market _nn_ 63* of the Day
Forde, Mrs. Anna L., Res. _nU 653;

Gentile Gentile,, L L..,, Office Res. nnnn______________ 204 131 It is needless to speak of the meritsof

Goodwin, A. N., Res. _____nn_ 544 this Ask those
Hart's :Market: ______________u 213 great dancing team.
Hughes, Dr. J. B., Office _______ 365 who saw their work last evening.A .
Hoskins, E. C., Res. ____________ 575
ct."I'iici> Press Association Jones, Dr. S. S., Office __uu__ 2J9 complete change of dances and
i Johnson, Hamilton, Res. n______ 561
Lord B. J., Res. 354 pictures
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Y. M. C. A. CONFERENCE AT ROL- derman, Carl Calvert A. R. Taylor, the first suggestion the first effort.to I Magruder, J. B., Jr., Res. ______ 455
Andrew H.I I make I Middle Florida Grocery Co_____ 468
LINS COLLEGE King Paul Baker H. a departure from time worn I
Martin, M, Res. ________nu__ 479
I Phelps, Billy Bolder, J. C. Strother, customs to adopt newer lines of, McNeil P. C., Res. ____________ 497
The second day of the State Student |i C. F. Gregory, R. C. Wilson, J. V. thought and action? If you can't be Mathews, Dudley ______________ 542 "The Operator at Black
I: York ____________ 195
Conference Latterner, J. Shannon, D. B. Rogers a booster don't be a knocker; but if New Laundry
opened Saturday
was Norcrosse, P., Res. ____________ 236
orning with devotional exercises led Angus Summer. !! you are not a booster you will just Orlando Plumb. Co. ____________ 122 Rock "
.
One of the most important steps naturally be a knocker. If the townis Orlando Bldg. & Land Co. ______ 608
Rev. Frank Purser of the ,
by Moody ,
taken by the conference was the or- not boosted there will be lots of I Orlando Paint &. Wall Paper Co._ 261
Southern Baptist foreign mission ganization of a Florida Intercollegiate room and lots of cause for a crowdof Partin & Sons, H. G. __________ 14 A Kalem Special Feature complete in two parts
Peebles. J. R. Res. ________.___ 364
board. Following this, the delegates Council of the Y. M. C. A. This knockers. Let us take care of and Peral, T., Res. ___u___________ 595 Produced by J. P. McGowan.
ook up the consideration once again council will be composed of two members appreciate what we already have in Royal :Willis: Office __________-_- 486
>f various matters of Y. M. C. A. from each of the colleges and the way of improvements, and let us Robertson, W. H., Res. _____u_- 567
I ___________
universities of the state, being to boost Pine Castle. Robinson A. J., Res. 6J7Reel's
plan Either
Fork in the colleges, the topics in- one a
Steam.Laundry _________ 654 and
lading matters of such importance the president of the Y. M. C. A., and revival of the board of trade or a new Robertson, J. II., Res. __________1024 'Temper Temperature'A
,s Finances, Clean Athletics, Mission the other an active member elected i| organization of some other title for Starbuck. V. S.. Res. _________u 232
Study, Morning Watch and others. by the cabinet of each local assocm- I the improvement of Pine Castle. j I Smith, Montgomery, Piano Co. __ 315 Lubin Comedy. "Nuff sed."
_____ 454
In the afternoon the time was giveno tion. Of this council C. D. Gunn, of I I! Boys of Pine Castle, keep up your Simmons Saunders,, Prof.G. R.,J.Res.W.,_Res._________1024

a review of various books of a the University of Florida, was elect- I{I I athletic club. The papers tell of the Taylor Miss Sallie ____________ 328
lelpful nature to Y. M. C. A. work- ed president, and Raymond W.Greene organization of athletic clubs {Thomas, II. F.Res-------- 445 "
ers. At three o'clock the delegates of Rollins, secretary. The work of throughout the county and through Townsend L. C., Office ________ 560 "Memories in Men's Souls
the council will be to unite and for- correspondence meets be arrangedwith Watkins, T. J., Office __________ 621 ,
were taken for a canoe trip through can
J. R. Res. _____________ 626
Woods ,
he beautiful chain of lakes upon ward the work of the college Y. M. these different clubs and then we Warren Mrs. Annie L. _________1009 A Vitagraph One Reel Feature with Van Dyke ,
which the campus borders, a trip C. A.'s in Florida and its organization want to have a big fine field day for Williams, F. H., Res. __________ 523 Brooke and Norman Talmadge playing leads. ;
nique and enjoyable in the highest is expected to mark the next year's Labor Day. Whitlock, Miss M. M., Nurse ___ 360
I' Waring, R. D., Res. ____________ 374
of in
ning An entertainment
college be
egree to most of them, who had nev- a new era begin-I will given the 10-27-2t

br had such an opportunity before.In the state.A latter part of November for the As usual the Best Show in the City, accompanied by 1
the evening the delegates were number of Rollins students and school piano. Save your pennies so
eived in the gymnasium jointly by instructors went to DeLand to watch I you will surely have the price of ad- I Eat all you want.
Eat what you want. "THAT ORCHESTRA"in ,
Rollins Y.M.C.A.andY.W.C. the football game between the Stet- mission and come to the entertain- Take a postscript and forget it.

The gymnasium was beautifully son and Southern teams on Saturday.The ment. We want very much to finish I For sale by all druggists.

lecorated by the young ladies, and an discussion of the present athletic paying for the piano this winter and 1-7-d&w-lyr the only theatre in the City that demonstrates its appreciation I

nformal evening of talk and relaxa- situation in the state which took then t will belong to the Pine Castle of your love for the best music.
ion was achieved. Miss Irene Thoen -I place during the conference may lead school. T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
Cadman's beautiful to the formation of some state inter- I' Conscientious work at fair prices. J
sang song I'
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf
'From the Land of the Sky-blue collegiate athletic association, or some Who is your paiuter and decorator?
If satisfied the THINK OF IT this 'Big Show for only Five and Ten
Vater," and Miss Deaderick recited a other organization designed to put on you are keep one you :
Look at the label
have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican! on your paper; Cents.
sound and firm basis the athletic
athetic reading, both numbers being a
No 636. 1-20-tf it shows the month and the year to
avorably received despite the diffi- activities of the colleges, which have which your subscription is paid. Sub-
ulty of doing justice to them in such for so many years been in a deplor- !
Get the news in the Sentinel first. scription accounts are due in advance.
able condition. The athletic authori-
room as the gymnasium. A deli-
ious lemon sherbet and cakes were ties of Rollins sincerely hope that -
rved, and the affair added to the al- some tangible results may be secured : II11I 11111 11111 11111 11III ill 11111 iMMMiiMIMilllSPRAY

eady great success of the conference. soon along this desirable line.
NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE
The delegates met in the Congrega- President. F. Blackman left on yur.onnefl

ional church of the town for the Sun- Sunday for a ten days trip to Chicagoand SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY
ay morning service, the address beng New York, during which time he
made by Rev. Frank Moody Purer will attend to a number of mattersof

; on the subject, "The Call to the college business of importance.Miss Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale. Rust :Mite
THE MARKETOf
linistry." Seldom has it been the Marie Pellerin, who was a stu-
and Red Spider that is: hit. Removes sooty mold
rivilege of the congregation to hearn dent here last year, is visiting her
address of such convincing sister, Miss Sadie, in Cloverleaf, and and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September -
power and October of the best months for Cleanliness Of
nd logic; the difficulties and draw- enjoying renewing for a time the are two QualityFRESH

icks were as fully presented as the I friendships formed last year. spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents insects -

ewards and satisfactions of the work I I from sapping trees all winter, and brings them AND SALT MEATS

nd a very deliberate presentation of PINE: CASTLE NOTES out in a good, healthy condition in the spring, thus FISH AND GAME

hat constituted such a call. In the I j insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom.
Fternoon the meeting was held at Pine Castle Fla., Oct. 27.Miss Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

hree o'clock in Knowles Hall, the Stella Harris returned Sunday morn- :j J. SCHNARR & CO. Orlando Florida.Schnarrs Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh
peaker being Prof. Farr of the de- ing from a week's visit with relativesat ,
I and
artment of English literature ofhe Bartow. Insecticide will not injure the White i FlyFungi. pure. satisfaction. We Lave
; University of Florida, who se- Mr. and Mrs. John Matthews, of i 9-9 D. and \V 2-M We invite inspection and guarantee
ted the subject of Social Service. Orlando, were week-end guests of :Mr.: everything in the Meat Line.

lis presentation of the economic and and Mrs. J. G. Tyner. .O..I.I.I..1.811.1111.1111111.1111..eclll..118.

thical side of the subject was dear Mr. George Berry, of Gaston, S. C., The PARLOR MARKET
nd convincing, and none could help and Miss Ethel Smith, eldest daughter J 1..111111111111111 1111 II II II 111111111 II .11111111'

eling the call to a more complete I of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Smith, were H. M. Self & Co.

ervice of his fellow men. married Wednesday evening at the ,' CONWAY NURSERIESGROWERS
The closing meeting of the confer- home of C. C. Hall.
STREET
PINE t
ice was held on Sunday evening fore Mrs. Chas. Livengood, of Charleston i AND DEALERS IN

delegates only; thus ending one !i[ W. Va., arrived here Saturday I I
Phone No. 80
f the most completely worth while I(! evening and has opened her cottage( jj All Leading Varieties of Citrus Trees \
fairs( that has ever been held at ;: for the winter. >

oil ins. Not only in the special mat- Mrs. Janie Tyner and Mr. Henry i i R. T. PEEL, Proprietor. ;

rs of the Y. M. C. A., but in gen- I Tyner spent Sunday with Mr. and t I II Local Salesman ... MMM . . i
ral college affairs as well, the influ- 'I Mrs. Chas. Tyner at Haines City. j
Glen St. Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATE \
nce of the conference is already felt,1 The W. C. T. U. will hold their ] .South Nurseries. I
I Box 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida. ; Apopka .
nd it is hoped that an increased. open meeting Sunday evening at !
leasure of unity and co-operation Union chapel. A very good programhas 9-24-tf I I
All the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange ; ;
result from its influence.The been arranged.Rev. 'I IMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMt'As .
II
ay
well-rooted and clear of all diseases.
Trees, thrifty, ; ; I
following delegates represent- King Jones and Rev. J. E. ___ __n_ __ _____ ____________ New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family I
d the various institutions during the I Summers are holding very successful a leader for the next .. FREE. Address
inference: j revival meetings in Union chapel. The i iI i ,

Rollins-A. Y. Hanna, M. A. Whelon -I meetings will continue indefinitely. :: Ten DaysONLY !

A. A. Taylor, W. R. Martin C. I The improvements in the school I ...South Apopka Nurseries... j
Prange, II. R. Trovillion Ben grounds have made a wonderful

haw, D. H. Fordham, C. G. Tilden,I change in appearances. Let us not OCOEE FLORIDA i

obert Hutchinson, B. L. Huntsman, neglect our school, but keep it up in 9-4-tf t!

W. Greene R. G. Darrow, Ralph '!1 every way. i I will give FREE an extra .. . MM . . . . II..I. !
acobson Wm. J. Hunter, W. E. Will ask again-what has become I
pair pants with each suit. .
tone Paul L. Thoren, R. A. Lake, i of the board of trade of this village? I II.
*om D. Lewis. D. M. Marvin, J. W. !i Florida is heralded as the coming 350 pieces al. wool . MMHII3Mt tic 'u
hannon, II. S. Searle G. W. Froem- j state of the Union; it is advertised '

e, C. D. Sherman, J. I. Noxon, W. | far and near; its possibilities are each Prices, $15 to $30 -. o 'p i' : I It i

I.tlackman Mizell,J.A.S.R.Foley Klemm, E. A., Berkeley McQuars. I I tainty.year being brought nearer a cer- workmanship! and mate I :I. ] Paint and Wall Paper Co. I IAGENTS :

Scarcely a settlement anywhere in rial guaranteed. '" '

University of Florida-Fred R. Ma- Florida but what is making some effort Act noand save one-third High Grade Paints, Oils Varnishes -
o., S. R. Ward W. R. Briggs, C. M. I to have more improvement, more t FORPalton's Kalsomine, Wall Pa- ;
lann, C. I. Hollingsworth C. D. advantage for its residents; more in- the cost! of a suil.Phone. Proof i
t Sun Paper, Wall Board, Roofing -
UHB, C. \V. Long. I d'lcements to offer incoming people.
Stetson University. V. Smith, They say "if you can't be a booster 78or I f Paints Brushes, Etc.

ohn Ziegler, A. Matsby, Chas. Winer don't be a knocker." Scarcely a town SOLD AT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Orange Ave. -

II. F. Shelly, Ralph P. Thompson, lof any size but what has its booster call on ; THE SUN ORLANDO, FLORIDA ;
'. B. Moore, H. C. Perry, N. B. Pea- 1! club. What is Pine Castle doing? Is

it sitting around picking flaws in every -
k.Columbia College-Robert B. Davis. i i 1! little group of people who put V. BAYLARIAN \i. Special Wall Paper 3000 Rolls, at Vic. "
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Southern College-L. McReynolds, forth an idea for the benefit of Pine
an Cason, H. C. Johnson, W.\W. Al Castle! Does it fight immediately Old Stand on Church Street. I ... i I I


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THE DAILY WILL BRING VOTERS TO THE COOLERS CORN CRISPETTES I CARD PARTY AT THE ROSALIND . . . . ..
POLLS GOOD CLUB THIS AFTERNOONThe I I I II I II II I I I II I I I II I I I I I III I I I .
South Florida SentinelMORNING

AND WEEKLY Hon. S. S. Griffin, nominee for Something new and something goodis hospitality committee of the
member of the legislature; Sheriff to be manufactured in Orlando,and Rosalind club has arranged a card
JOSIAH FERRIS. EdiUr and Owner
,
Frank Gordon, Tax Collector W. E. I Mr. S. M. Cooley is the manufacturer. party for this afternoon. The games

Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida Martin Tax Assessor Arthur Butt, Yesterday afternoon Mr. Cooley left will begin promptly at 3:30 and the
aa Second Class Mail Matter. and Treasurer J. H. Tucker wish to several packages of the most delicious hostesses desire that the guests ar-

SUBSCRIPTION RATES show their appreciation of the favors crispettes at the Sentinel office and range their own tables.
Daily: 1 Year ........................ $5.00 member of the force was unani- 41\
Daily 6 Months ...................... 2.50 already rendered them by the votersof every :
Daily:: S Months ...................... 1.25 Orange county, and on election mous in the verdict that they am, are, HEADS F. & A. M. fi
D&ilr.: 1 Month ....._................. .:50>> '
will be
and It's 4
day, next Tuesday, they will call for is, was good. just anew I
weekly. 1 Year ...................... $1.00 unable to get to the polls kind of popcorn with delicious New York, Oct. 28.-At the one
.................... .i3 anyone
Weekly 6 Months
: and seventh annual
hundred
made into little and commu-
and Just eitherof sweetening cakes,
provide a way. drop
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IX them a card before election day or Mr. Cooley has hit the right recipe. nication of the supreme council of the THE[ D. P. SYSTEMc[ I I.V
ADVANCETO phone to the sheriff's office on elec- They are more delicious than the kind Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite

ADVERTISERS: tion day and a car will be sent after manufactured by "furriners" and of Free Masonry of the United Statesof
the voter. every one in Orlando will want more America, held here today, M. W.
Copy: for display: and all other handset when Corn Bayliss, of Washington, D. C., .vas ',.. :
advertising must be handed in at the business The names of no candidates exceptthe they once try Cooley's .
.fhce of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. -. Democratic nominees will Crispettes.WARNING. elected sovereign grand commander. ill
This rule applies appearon
the day: before publication. \ ee:
to chance for contract advertising; it i. the ballot next Tuesday, but every
invariable and will be strictly: adhered to. FOR HALLOWE'ENReasonable TWO RESCUED, ONE DIED IN AMINE
voter should go to the polls and vote, 4here's
<(
Subscribers desiring The Seentinel discon- and the generous offer of the above "-
tinued should notify: the office in writing on named gentlemen will make it possi- latitude will be admissible <(
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be
continued at the regular subscription rates ble for all to do so. for boyish pranks on Hallowe'en; Pittsburg, Pa., Oct. 28. rescue something to think
until notice to stop IB received but destruction of property will not crew late yesterday penetrated the

be tolerated. A good watch will be burning workings of the Paterson coal
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1914. MR. STOUT LILLARD AND -MISSWASHINGTON about ;
AT THE kept and all violators caught will be mine at Elizabeth and rescued two .
severely dealt with.E. men. A third, William Jolls, had e
If you don't see it in the Sentinelthe GRAND F. SPERRY, Mayor. been burned to death. The men had Something to cogitate over :
chances are that it didn't hap- been imprisoned for six hours. "
Last night the Grand theater was 4
pen. Something to talk about 4f
filled to capacity when Mr. Stout Lil- 83.000,000; BY PARCEL POST
a BRITISH WARSHIP SAID TO
These cool days and nights will put lard and Miss Washington gave a and
HAVE BEEN SUNK
demonstration of the latest dances, Coston, Mass., Oct. 28.-Five mil-
and
the color on the oranges grnpei -
fruit. among them the Maxixe, the Half and lion dollars in gold from the Philadelphia Berlin by wireless, Oct. 28.-Re- I r

.i ---3- Half, the One Step and the Hesita- I mint arrived here late yesterdayby ports received here from Rotterdamsaid SOMETHING TO ACT UPON !
tion. The music furnished parcel post. This is the first ship-
was by
Admiral Porter was the only one that a British warship struck by
who ever said "Take no quarter the Grand orchestra and the hearty ment received by mail. German artillery fire off the coast of ar

from the enemy!" applause indicated the appreciationof Belgium, broke into dames. This information ..
i 0 the audience. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY was given out in Berlin to- "Sweet are the Fruits ol Industry" :

; The Belgians! can appreciate conditions I ,day. .
r in the South fifty years ago, but NEW JEKSEYITES COMING TONIGHT FOR SALE-Two] good mules, one i But there's not much industry attached :
black and one bay; must be sold a't'
The is raised what has be-
t today the South is the most progressive once. Price $150 for the pair. Apply question to this-nothing even to obligate yourself. :
r of the nation. come of the young housewife who .
part Max Isen, C01 West Church street. .
10-29-3t used to go down to the markets witha T
o As already stated exclusively in
A headline in the Miami Herald basket on her arm, and personally
f the Sentinel the New Jersey party
makes clear the whole trouble in Europe orrinsr in special car from Asbury WANTED-Dressmaking work and of any kind, selected meat and vegetables. Well, HERE IT IS :
all
f : "German Army Failed to Utilize Park pnj O ean Grove, will arrive at reasonable.guaranteed Mrs.J. A. Evans.prices Phone very just now she is dressing for the I r or

f at Proper Moment." 6:41 t.:nit-!h* over the Atlantic Coast 220. No. 200 East Robinson avenue. bridge party, while the servant tells To purchaser of Suit Coat :
a
the to old every or ,
10-29-2w bring thing.
grocer up any !
I -- 0 I Line. Th coming of this big party
i' issue in the is I will be given a book containing 20 Cou :
The latest campaign I is an annu. 1 event and the winter I II I --- --------------- ----- .
the issue of a call for money to makeup SOT son is considered properly underway pons. All we ask our customer to do is
the $12,000 overdraft on the Democratic when our New Jersey friends ar-
national strong box. I this! Distribute these coupons to their
ne.I A Rare OpportunityThe -
f" 1 -i-- friends with the request that before pur-

A reformer declares that no one I IIALLOWE'EXIASQUERADE chasing their Suit or Coat to see ours first 5
can live properly on less than a thou- I BALL Crawford home place at No. ioS America

sand dollars a year. But some peo- I street must be sold at once. The lot has a frontage WE WILL BE RESPONSIBLE 4

ple lion.wouldn't live properly on a mil- i Orlando Dancing Academy (over of 83 feet and 333 feet deep. The house contains {

j! Reporter-Star office), Friday night, six rooms, but is not modern in appointments
o i October ..Oth, 9 p. m. All dancers required for the result to this extent. If only 12 }
If you can't think of anything: to wear masks. 29-3t though it could easily: be made so. I have the exclusive -
else, you might be thankful that the out of the 20 coupons bring resultant pur-
of this and
handling property am preparedto
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beef trust has starved you into thor-
chasers of a Suit or Coat the holder of
oughly enjoying your Thanksgiving eo 11.1 II III D II1I1 III offer you a GREAT BARGAIN. Remember;
the original book and distributer of the
dinner. MUST BE SOLD, so see me at once interested.
a T. F. HOURIHAN ? 20 coupons will be entitled to a Suit or

Apples are so cheap in the apple t
Licensed Plumber and Coat to the value of
producing section that it doesn't pay
Sanitary Engineer
the farmers to pick them, but no com- i
plaint as to their cheapness has been Estimates Furnished. Jobbing,
Prompt.y Attended to. 4- S. Y. WAY
? heard in Orlando. X
a PHONE 629 $17.00Absolutely

Two ice cream factories, a big cold 106 Court Street .
storage plant and a corn crispettes I Insurance and Real Estate Agent
ORLANDO FLORIDA t r
factory are among the new industries
already announced in Orlando this fallm'II'I'IIII"I"IIII I PHONE 172

week, with the week only half gone. JII ; I Free !
I

The editor of the St. Petersburg 111111111111111111111111111. ; IMIIIilflllilillUftllUMimifrGum 111111 111111..1
OR THIS ALLOWANCE ON ANY*SUIT OR
Times has made a satisfactory apol-

ogy to Judge Robles and will not I
Buy Camphor COAT YOU PURCHASE
have to go to jail. Unfortunate man! S(9fl71JA
It has been repeatedly said that edit- ,

ing a newspaper from jail is a great 1 Jmade
circulation builder.A in Orlando. We sell it. Pa- : :

o There is no time limit !
tronize home industry
million children will be without J PHARMACY
evidence of the happiness and good 1 No Hard Work !
cheer of Christmas in Europe this ... .II..III..IIII.I.I.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDI.11.'III..IIIIII. IO
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year. More than a million in this
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great country will have more than

enough, and from Orlando, as wellas

from every other community,
should go some token of brotherly BIG BENLook Simply hand the coupons to your

love to the orphans in Europe. friends whom you think-if not right

o away-will, at some future time be in the
The organization of a branch of
the Y. M. C. A. in Orlando is being Big Ben square in the back in Evans' purchasing field for a Suit or Coat.

discussed, and the movement should window---he's all round and all
progress much further than mere dis good good through. -

cussion. Few cities the size of Or- If "handsome is as handsome does"---Big Ben'sbeauty THIS APPLIES EQUALLY TO MEN AND
lando are without a Y.31. C. A. and

such an organization here would re- is more'n skin deep. TO WOMEN

sult in great benefit to the hundredsof

young men who have no place of See those handy keys that make
recreation or amusement. Mr. Ken- great, strong, :

drick Guernsey, who has had consid- his wind up so easy--- and the broad, deep-toned i
erable experience in Y. M. C. A. work,

is deeply interested in the organization bell]} he sounds, so your get up is pleasing.Big .
of a branch here and others favoring -

it would do well to confer with Ben stands seven inches from tip to toe---big, faithful, ;

him.communications Meantime upon the Sentinel the subject.o invites. with large, clean-cuthands,plainly seen in the dim morning light, : / '"


He rings you up at any time you say-steady for five minutesor

there Saturday will be night the, it usual is presumed amount that of on and off for ten-stops short in either call at a nudge from

He took the Blue Ribbon at the Fair. See
merriment as a result of the celebra- you. special display

tion of Hallowe'en. This occasion always today in our window.
insures deal of fun to
a great

many people, but at the same time
H 5ICKSONIYES
one can almost guess to a certaintythat CO.C CDEPARTMENTAL t
there will be some people who
will undertake to overstep the boundsof

decency and will resort to such T. H. EVANSJEWELER
vandalism as soaping windows, mov- :
ing gates and signs and other port- STOREORLANDO'S
able property. There is nothing in
the observance of Hallowe'en that can
excuse such nonsense and the officers FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
Orlando Avenue Florida
will see to it that such people are ar- Orange
rested and fined. There is plenty of

.:" latitude for fun and clean enjoyment I.HllililMIIMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIi.

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WADE Boston senting, Mass.Little,,spent Brown yesterday& Company in Or-, THEATREOpen IF"GET' IT AT' LLEN'SCII: J 1

THE TUNEROELANDO. lando. The members of the Men's Open

FLA. Mr. E. J. Cox was in Orlando yes- I 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I Forum held their first regular meet-

nt terday from his winter home near Admission 5 cents ing in the Chapter House last night ': .. 4
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Gabriella to meet Mrs. Cox, who ar- and an unusually representative gath- G?. r. .

MrChas.. McNair, of Daytona, is rived on the Tampa Special from 11111111111111111111111111 ering of men to the number of thirty :
in the Fairmont, Ind., where she had been were delighted by a masterly address
for few
city a days looking TODAY'S I'ROGRA.nFour "CAROLINA"
after business affairs.If spending the summer. by Bishop Cameron Mann on the sub- !

You need not be an "ad writer" to Reels ject of Christianity and War. At "The Carolina"Is
you tell the advertiser you saw with II A ;
Evil this
use these columns. State wants Nestor. "The Fruit of meeting the constitution and by-
his ad in the Sentinel he'll thank you your Wallace Reid and Dorothy: Davenport. laws i
were passed, the election of a I
simply, and above all truthfully. Or
and so will UniversaL "Universal Ike and the
we. of
telephone this office and the clerk School Belle. president, vice-president, and secre a pattern heavy
The Sentinel is the shopping guide will write your ad. Our want ads. Victor. "Irene's Busy Week," with tary-treasurer to take place next
for Orange county. Read the adver- are the biggest little investments Irene Wallace and Walter Miller. Wednesday evening at 7:30. There is w sterling silver, modest
you "
tisements Eclair. "The Patriotic Sons. A
carefully. no doubt about this organization
can make. great patriotic story. be-I I and beautiful, pieces
are
Mr. Edwin W. Davis is spending today ing well sustained, as the social
Gen. T. P. Lamkin returned Tues-
in Jacksonville on professional tion of the evening passes only too j
day afternoon from Birmingham, TWO BOYS STRUCK BY AUTOMOBILES furnished bright, rich
business. quickly. A full attendance is requested -
Ala., where he attended the Confed- fl
MrL.. F. Chapman, of St. Augus- erate Veterans' reunion. He left yes- at next meeting. and resplendent in their

tine, is spending today in Orlando, a terday afternoon for Lakeland, where Two boys had narrow escapes from
guest at the San Juan. the Confederate Veterans of Floridaare serious injury and perhaps death GOOD FOR MAYOR SPERRY reflecting surfaces.

Mr. A. S. Patton, of St. Louis, Mo., holding their reunion. within a few minutes yesterday after-
is the late arrivals noon about four o'clock at the corner Mayor Sperry has a word of warn-
among at the San "John Hancock"V
Cooper & Atha have leased the Mrs. n
Juan. of Pine street and Orange avenue. ing to Hallowe'en prankers in today'sSentinel
McEwen' home east of Lake Eolato
on
The when that all should read. The
first accident occurred
Mr. W. E. Dobbins, a well known Messrs. Orville Smith and J. W.
George Adams was knocked from his mayor is a mighty fine gentleman, but made in sterling silver,
I
commercial representative of Balti- Miller and families, of Napoleon, O.
he word when he V
means
bicycle and run over by an automo- every says
more, was among last night's arrivalsat They are well pleased with Orlando the beautifully ornamented
bile. Fortunately he suffered only a destruction of property will not
the San Juan. and feel very much at home in their
be tolerated and violators
will
few bruises and was able to get up caught and
Dr. E. O. Sims, of Ocoee, a well new quarters.Mr. be finished with carefulness -
severely dealt with. A strict watch
and proceed on his way. About two
known citizen of his section, was in C. P. Rice, the affable and esteemed minutes later Clarence Yates, who will be kept, so look out, you Goblins. '; l of detail, and }
; an
Orlando yesterday transacting impor- manager of the canned goods of the other
had been a spectator accident -
tant business matters.Mr. department of the Snow & Bryan I was struck by another car. H. Kanner's great sale continues El i I air of elegance.

C. R. Carter left yesterday afternoon wholesale grocery house of Tampa, is Ibis, bicycle was almost demolished : until November 1st. 11-tf
for Tampa where he will em- in the city in the interest of his firm. |I but he escaped unhurt. We have a complete 0

bark in his pleasure yacht for a "Charley" is what they call a live Spectators declare that the boys Read the Sentinel want ads.
week's [ issue. I I stock of these two
cruise in southern waters. I were careless and that the drivers of patEl '

Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Long returned I Mr. and Mrs. John T. Hammond j| the cars were not responsible in either ; > MIHMMIMiMIMIili terns.

to Orlando yesterday from a lengthy' came over from New Smyrna Tues- instance. However, it is plain to

visit to points of interest in Tennessee -! day afternoon in their auto to see anyone that many automobile driversin "John H ncock""C "
rolin.
and North Carolina. Mr.\ Hammond's father, Mr. R.V.. Orlando go too fast when turning !McCULLOCU'SDepartment

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Griffin, of Kissimmee Hammond, who is quite sick at his busy corners, or any other corners.It ..A.llen & Co.

were pleasant visitors to Or- home on West Central avenue. Mr. was extremely fortunate that neither ,

lando yesterday, mingling with their Hammond, who is the president of the of the boys: hit yesterday afternoon Ii JEWELERS

friends. State bank of New Smyrna, returned was seriously injured or killed, but : Store !

Mr. N. M. Coggswell, of Clarcona home yesterday afternoon. Providence won't always watch over I : ; RELIABLE REPAIRING. "EVERYINING GUARANTEED."

one of the substantial citizens of careless pedestrians, bicyclists and

West Orange, was among the busi- W. E. STEVENSON SEVERELY autoists, and these narrow escapes

ness transactors in Orlando INPJURED should serve as a warning. JLS
yester Jelly Tumblers : : ;MIM

day.Mrs.
D. W. Richardson arrived in Mr. W. E. Stevenson, whose homeis PAVING PROGRESSING RAPIDLY

Orlando yesterday from Hamburg, on DeLaney street,will be confinedto Fruit Jars SCHOOL DAY
Mich., for her second season, and is his bed for several weeks as the Now that the brick is coming in ata LUNCHES

pleasantly located at 702 South Lake result of a dislocated hip suffered rapid rate the paving of Orlando's

street. yesterday on Church street. Mr. and streets is going forward smoothlyand all kindsPreserving
Mrs.\ Stevenson drove to the store of without hitch or halt. The pav-
The ladies of the Baptist Aid Society -
Mr. M. E. Weeks and Mr. Stevensonhad ing on Gore avenue is complete and
will sell home
made cake and I
purchased some groceries and today the laying of brick will beginon T
candy on Thursday afternoon and
I was placing them in the back of the South Orange avenue south of Lu-
evening, October 29th, at the Misses Kettles
buggy when his horse became fright- cerne Circle. The brick laying is well
IJamilton & Dunn's old store. I
ened and backed the buggy, throwing I under way on Kuhl avenue, and by
Mr. S. J. Galpin, one of Orlando's I
him to the street and dislocating his j Thanksgiving Street CommissionerS.
oldest and popular winter residents, I 1 hip and causing several bruises. He A. Johnson expects to have Lu- ,' ', South Orange Avenue J
reached the city afternoon I
yesterday
was taken to a local hospital and the cerne Circle paved and a continuous
from the North where he has I
spent i joint set, but he will have to remainin brick roadway to the southern city .511111111111111111111111.

the summer. I I bed for several weeks. About four limits. Yesterday brick was being ORDER W m.7Cell'5' / TODAY

Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Oliver have re-i weeks ago: Mr. Stevenson was pain- hauled to Lucerne Circle and the lay-

turned from a delightful summer at I fully injured when a piece of falling ing of brick there will follow the com- VENEER CORESALL Pimento Cheese, Potted Ham, Potted Beef, Devil-

their old home in Newton, N. J., and ,timber struck him in the face while pletion of the work on South Orange. ed Sardines
LENGTHS AND ANY Deviled Ham, Peanut Butter, Cakes Crackers
are again occupying their pretty he was making repairs at the Orlando I All sewer connections have been QUANTITY ,

idence, 12 West Livingston res-I' Steam Laundry, and he is beginningto made on East Central avenue and following Special prices for October. Pickles, etc. Everything for School Lunches.

Mr. Allan Cohoon, who has spent believe there is a "hoodoo" after I the completion of the pavingto Stock up before cold weather. :
FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND :.
the past two months visiting the prin- I him. the southern city limits this will Also '"

cipal cities of the North in the inter be the next street paved. The com- OAKOOD : :

ests of the Cohoon Packing company, WEDNESDAY CARD CLUB missioners are anxious to begin workon Orlando Wood Yard : THE SANITARY GROCERY i
returned to Orlando yesterday after- West Central avenue, but several

noon. The Wednesday Card club held their sewer connections have not been made B. W. Kingsley, Proprietor : CARUTHERS & GORE

Mr. B. T. Boyd, president of they" annual business meeting at the resi- and no paving will' be laid until theyare PINE STREET Telephone AND 344 R. R. :. Phone 200

Winter Garden bank, was in Orlando dence of Miss Cynthia McKee. Mrs.E. made. 9-30 .
yesterday en route to Valdosta, Ga., J. Temple was re-elected president i:f 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

his old home, where he will spend a II and Mrs. J. B. Lawton secretary and I YOUNG PEOPLE AND EPWORTII .. ....

couple of weeks looking after his interests treasurer. LEAGUERSDo -
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in that section. The first will be held next I II II 1 H HI J ,
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Miss Myrtle Hurd leaves Clio,! Wednesday with Mrs. J. B. Lawton. not forget tonight at 7:30, that

Mich, where she has been spending i the Black Cat, the Witch and several

several weeks at her old home, today ComeSeeEnjoy1I0WAHD'S other things await you. The "Big

for Orlando, and is expected to arrive I UNIQUE CHILDREN'S |Treat" is our state president, Rev.J. m dt rF.O.B.

Saturday to resume her position in EXHIBITION S. Chapman, will be with us.
Friday, Oct. 30, to Monday, Nov. 2. '
the local office of the Western Union I I have put in a great deal of time and I'

Telegraph company.Mr. skill in making up a large collectionof I -
I children's portraits for a special OSTEOPATHYDR.
John McCamy arrived in Or- exhibition to be given on above dates. I
lando last night from Nashville, ; A number of these are character pictures -Jr
Tenn., to spend a couple of weeks I and well worth jour while to J. C .HOWELL c'I
see. Everybody welcome. It costs no ,;
with, relatives. Mr. :McCamy, who is money. You need buy nothing. Sim- Hours, 10.12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo -I
one of this city's exemplary young ply look.
men, now holds a responsible positionin I Don't Miss This. extra charge tor house treatment
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the general manager's office of the i HOWARD'S PHOTO STUDIO ,I I Telephone connections:
Orange Avenue. ,
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PEOPLE'S ANTSIU'iNnIAKERS NICE te adults, LARGE only.FURNISHED 409 Delaney ROOM street., i. uIllber9 Laths: and Shingles

10-25-tf


, A. W. DOWDELL, plasterer, mason
and cement woiker. 516 W. ChurchSt.
For Sale, For i
r.tier..1 Lost Wanted
Phone 420. 10-25-lm;
Rent etc. for this "Iu..... 2Se. for one day 1 1iOc.
for three day.. or Jl.OO for one week for'
25 word. or Ie... Money must accompanythe WANTED-Position as ster.oprr: p'ler: ;, tel:'
advertisements for this column as no by lady with several years experience vy' ..rORI.AN
references if desired. .\tid ,
insertion will be made on credit. ; :ess
N. II., care Sentine'! 10 25-tf:
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FOR SALE-Good boat wagon; can
be used for hunting; cheap. H. C. WANTED-By A-l bookkeeper s..iall
McDanieL 10-23-1rn set of books to keep in af croon I -------
and evenings. Acdress "Bockkee, : ,"
FOR SALE-By Clarence W. Rose, care Sentinel. l83t '
Ii, 308 North Main street a Cote and Royal Cement, Agatite Piaster and Perfection LimeY
y three lots. A 14-room house furnished -
T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. --- -
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both close in. Please investi- --- ---- ----

What gate. 10-14-10t, Phone Conscientious 629. 106 work Court at St.fair 8-23-tf prices. . I I I I Ii I I I I I I I I . I II r "! .....e t K ) C I 114 t e I ." .,\...
$2750 t. 0" I' .1. I. . . 0. .It. I I' .0. .1.1.1.. Dr i. r ... . t r 1"1' I' "' .
FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston '

Will BuyLet Frank Wakefield Phillips, Pine$1.00 Castle.per thousar.d. FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKINGAt ::
10-28-tf 208 East Robinson avenue. Misses : : 7I-:
Berke, formerly with Miss Hovermale. I
FOR SALE CHEAP-Pair of young 103lmDressmaking .. .
us show you-Why not mules, 16 hands, well broken and
put rent money into the pur- sound. Write or call, Geo. Worthley ::
chase of a home ? Where is on Cummings place on Apopka road, :
: result from the :
. the economy in paying out two miles out. 10-27-3t Important friendships right introduction, and ..

perfectly good money every FOR RENT-Five room house, prac- :: the most important ones come through the right banking con- : ::
month for rent, when these tically new. Inquire Hand's Fur- Mrs. R. S. Cohoon has ,
niture Store, Pine street. 10-20-tf nections. Association is the keynote of all business We :
same good dollars can actually resumed her dressmaking success. ::

t the be rent saved ? To buy back is to into put FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with and is now locatedin :: invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter- : ::
k money garage; elegantly furnished; on Room \Vay building,
'. your own pocket.We Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. 4 is taken in
L show houses 8-27-tf on Orange avenue, where .. est every depositor.ORLANDO :
can you new .
r good size lot, all close in, FOR SALE-Good cow; fine milker; she cordially invites all :.:. .

f -all modern conveniences, Jersey and Holstein. Apply to ladies needing anythingin I
ready to occupy. J. W. Bass,at sheriff's office. the wearing apparelline : :: BANK & TRUST CO.CLOTHING .

1 Call at our office, we will 10-27-tf to call and see her. '.
i gladly furnish detailed in- 10.lo. ...

formation. FOR SALE-Ford automobile, 1913 .1 I 111.111 I' . .1..1. . ii',
; model, in first class condition; must all :' I :III : IIIIIIII11II1111 : : : ,... . .. .. . . . . . . . . ..
be sold by Tuesday. Ford Garage.

mm mm &\\m co 10-25 2t Don't fail to see . . . . . . . .-. . .- . ...
FOR SALE-A No.1 saddle mare, TheVValdeckerFishCoFOR . . .... . .. .' .' . .. . . . . . . . .

II North Orange Avenue or buggy horse. Address, care
t Wright's, Box 567. 9-2-tf FISH AND OYSTERS
PHONE 608 I

(OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP.
Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas-
tle. 9-18-tf M. and W. O. COX
FRED B. DALEC. 10-23-tf
il H. BRYANT FOR SALE-A good Roll Top
DAYIS GILES. Counsel.F. Desk and Chair. Been used very lit-
A. PEPPERCORN Contractor. tle. Call on W. C. Sherman, Rock Real Estate Boughtand Our new stock of
Building, opposite San Jua Hotel.

GERMANY WANTS TO KNOW FOR SALE-One- Underwood--- 10-8-tf-type- Sold.

HOW MANY PRISONERS writer in good condition; one Bur- Fall and Winter
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rough's adding machine, used only Clothing
FRENCH HOLD two months, and one Reading stand- City Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash
ard motorcycle, in good shape. Bar- and $1.00 per week buys a Lot
Washington, Oct. 27.-At the request gains on quick sale. Call or address,

of Prince von Hatzfeldt-Trach- J.10-9-tf C. Sigler, Winter Park, Fla. RENTS COLLECTED. I Made SCHLOSS BROS. is in
enberg, counsellor of the German em- -- by coming
bassy here, the state department undertook FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine

h to ascertain through American present hammock crop land of; oranges eight in will grove be ;from the N. P. HATCHERORLANDO ; :: ; and we are anxious for you to see our

diplomatic and consular officers 750 to 1.000 boxes; 500 trees all told,
r the number and location of German ready for setting-10 acres in lake, ,FLORIDA
. prisoners in France. No complaint one Price and, $5,000.quarter Address miles from W. Apopka.II., Box Office at Pinehurst ParkP. i i I New Styles, and high class tailoring. Best |t;

r has been lodged against the treat- 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf O. Box 281
ment of these prisoners, but the German 10-8-lm : | place in the city to buy clothing.
f government desires to know their FOR SALE-Or trade for real estate -
automobile in ,
a five-passenger
numbers and whereabouts.
f nice shape. Address No. 112 West

t FOR THIS WEEK Church street, city. 10-4-lm Wood Wood WoodExcellent

FOR SALE-A fine young Jersey W. M. SLEMONS
J: milk cow, perfectly gentle, and
Eggs,Eggs, fresh from the country, gives from 12 to 14 quarts of milk : Core Pine Wood Sup- ,
35 cents per dozen. per day. Only reason for selling is
I Best Baldwin Apples, 40 cents per that I have one more than I need. plied in any quantity
r peck. Address or call at 29 Bryan street. .. .1.1111111111111..111.1..1111111111111..1..11.-.11. . . . .
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Pears for cooking, 40 cents per peck.
SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE
t Fruit of all kinds to suit your FOR SALE OR RENTBeautifulnew
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and
> pocket. Park lake cottage, in Highland Sunshine avenue Park. R. STRANDS OR MORE . . . . . . . .. . . I" "

i t, Grapes, pony baskets, 19 cents. Bruce Perry, at Water Works.
Chestnuts from the hills, 15 cents lb.f 10251m.

f, Bananas, 10 and 20 cents per doz. ELDREDG BARLOW $ : ; J I
Lemons, imported, 15 cents doz. FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice 11 t 54urcz
Call and see where you can buy the ly furnished rooms; gas, separate Telephone 375
t most for the least money. Quality bath; new house; adults only; reduc-
South Street A. C. L.
j guaranteed. tion to yearly tennant. 604 Magnolia near

THE ORLANDO SPECIALTY CO. avenue. -10-25-tf Tracks
109 West Church Street FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice- Axminster Rugs|
r 10-7-tf ly furnished rooms; gas, separate 911mOrlando's
f. bath; new house; adults only. 604
Magnolia avenue. 10-25-tf


f t t KAISER COMMANDS AND-GERMAN JOINT ARMY AUSTRIAN FOR housekeeping RENT-,Furnished suite of large for, pleas-light Big- ;! : 9x12 .high grade Rugs, former price $25, |


! London, Oct. 27.-The Copenhagen also ant rooms two nice; all sleeping modern rooms conveniences; private; sale price $18.75.Remember :
Real Es-
: correspondent of the Times learns family; close in. 312 North Main St. gest #
from Berlin that under the new military 10-18-6t e

I I agreement between Germany MISCELLANEOUSMR. tate Bargain : : all of our goods are fresh from the :;
t and Austria, Emperor William undertakes -

t the leadership of the united HOME SEEKER-The Rose to i: : factories. We do not buy old furniture stores out |!

armies.According to the latest accounts received special see for bargains Real estate in all of lines Quality, is! ,Clar-and 3 acres on one of the main streets : : and ship the goods here and try to palm the goods

in Copenhagen the German ence W. Rose, 308 North Main street. I
: emperor is in good health and spirits. 10-27-10t I II I that will be paved by Christmes. Cor- I off for new and fresh stock.

POSITION WANTED-As salesman' ner property and is set to Grapefruit,
. Don't wait for every one in town to in shoe, gents' furnishing or dry
have Entrican, the painter, before goods and notion store, by man with Oranges, Tangerines and Pecans, all We give coupons with all cash sales. ; |
you try. Am too busy to look you experience. Good references. Salesman in bearing. Good Four Room Bung-
up. Phone 636, and I will be on the care Dixie, Lucerne Circle.
job. 1-20-tf 10-27-3t alow furnished. Good Garage and

; For Sale-Silver Cluster Grape THREE ROOMS AND BATH, fur- Barn. Owner leaving the country

Fruit and Valencia late orange buds. nished or unfurnished, for light and will sacrifice this property at L

years Vigorous old.9232m .stock,II.50c C.1 McDANIEL.FOR year; 75c. 2 house.housekeeping Phone; Johnson electric, 67.lights; 24-6t new only $4000. Kincaid & Snowden i !

WANTED .Salesman and Col-
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lector, apply to Singer Sewing Machine & Atha
SALE BY H. C. McDAMEL Co., Orlando, Fla. 10-14-tf Cooper House.
Low Priced Furniture

7 Room stucco cottage, near Eola; FURNISHED ROOMS-If you are in 114 South Orange Are. Ground Floor I I
located right built right will be sold
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search of
right. rooms, furnished or unfurnished Phone No. 311 Orlando Florida !!
21 of Orlando's most desirable call on or address F. E. ; : Cor. Main and Pine Sts. ;
Taylor, 1008 Hughey. He can supply
building sold only lots to,people near Lake agreeing Eola;to will build be your any wants.floor. Any Apartments number to of please roomson -- -- !1 \ II \\ ; ""it'i' : tt: tNf::: : !tl! : : : :::Ni

houses in keeping with the location.
10 Acres on north side of Lake every one. 10-24-6t U.C.V. Reunion

Ivanhoe, overlooking Orlando; all : .,o A. B. MOOREPlain I
cleared; suited for a home site; good FURNISHED ROOMS and board, for ICARRIAGE ,r"--/(' '.;..
six I t
land. adults. Address Kentucky Home, LAKELAND
18 1-2 Acres land, about 17 acres in 511 Palmer street, Orlando, Lake I I :.;. \, and Decorative Painting i
5 year old budded grapefruit and or- Cherokee. 10-17-lm I -AND- -
OCTOBER 28-30
anges; 2 1-2 miles from city limits; i IJ Paperhanging and Kalsoroinin
overlooks 4 lakes; nothing better in WANTED TO EXCHANGE a large t
DR. L H. RAMSDELu First-class work rood material and
Shetland Low Rate Excursion Tickets
Florida for the price. pony for a larger horse. BAGGAGE TRANSFER
10-23-lm Reel's Steam Laundry, 814 N. Orange will be sold October 26-27-28-i OPTOMETRIST reasonable prices. .No j b too largeor
avenue, or phone 654. 929tfREEL'S 29 with final limit November2nd. (Successor to Or., O. P. Likina) too smalL Drop me a postal, and
FOR SALE ... we will talk it over.
L T. HARRELL Prop.
STEAM LAUNDRY has add- ORLANDO. FLORIDA I

Nursery stocK-, ene, two, three and ed; the guaranteed latest collar not ironing to tear machinery ; every- Standard ATLANTIC Railroad COAST of the LINE SouthA. Piano and Furniture WE FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES A. B. MOORE

four year old buds; Fester Early., collar turned by hand; one trial and W. FRITOT, D.P.A. Moving a Specialty AND DO ALL KINDS OF f I
Pineapple, Java, Honosassa. Washington vow will always be my customer. 138 Wejt Bay SU Jacksonville, Fla.J. P. O. Box 524,, Orlando
: Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahhx! Reel's Steam Laundry (for whites G. KIRKLAND, D.P.A. .
8 E. Church SI. PHONE 487 OPTICAL REPAIRING IR A .__.. lt9lMt
Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-lS-tf only). Phone 654. 10-24-6t Hillsboro Hotel Tampa, Fla. t !


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Windermere, Fla., Oct. 27.-Mrs. I
THE OLD RELIABLE
Wm. II. Pansing left Saturday for a
visit with her daughter, Mrs. J. C. I I II
Tedger, of Jacksonville. DANN'S TRANSFERDr. -
Deputy State Inspector I. T. Hun- I
ter, with W. H. Brokaw were here -
B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
this wok, looking over a few suspected -
and after an extremely close
inspection found all trees free from and //
citrus canker and in a very healthy Livery, Draying HaulingWE t ,/ /

conditionM'V.- I '
S. Brown, of Cleveland, 0., 1L- 3
has been here for several days and is GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE

superintending the interior finish of ,S.S /
Rossmore Inn, and improving the \

-Bounds. AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
*,. II. Page, recently of West Unity,
Ohio,has purchased a house and three .
lots on Lake Downs. f' Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
Smith & Pansing made their first

shipment of egg plant this week. i t HORSES FOR SALE 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON
Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Jones and Mrs. I !
Robert IIeimley spent Friday in Kis- I
'Phone 257. Orlando Florida
simmee. j 11 Horsepower: GUARANTEED 3'Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic

The Windermere Improvement com- : Mechanical Oil Pump, Step'Starter and 66 Refinements!
pany has purchased a motor boat, i I
this making the fourth now on Lake I ; S275.OO

Butler.L. I
U. Chamberlin, of Toledo, 0., is II 129 Orange Avc.
erecting a cottage on Lake Bessie. f Wright & erg ,
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Paul Jones' bungalow on Lake But i m 11 p Orlando, Fla.
ler is well under way.
Several of our business men mo- I The EoIa Paokill CoffihiallyPackers I '.1111111 = 1111111111.1111111111111111111111111111111.11.1111.1111111 IHIMI .

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UNCLAIMED LETTERSList t i Si

of letters remaining uncalledfor and Shippers of Citrus 1
in the postoffice at Orlando, Fla.,

for 1914.the When week calling ending for October same pleasesay 24th, Fruits and Vegetables. 5 : :
"advertised." I WATER? HEATER WEEK I
W. R. O'NEAL, P. M. I :
Men's List-Adkins, Calvin; Browning I will operate alone under above name and shall appreciate -
Robert; Bennett, J. II.; Boswell, the business of all who have and any who have
John; lIuttler, Harry; Bates, E. M.; I not in the last three For informa-
Brehm, A. II.; Callahan, Endon; Cal- patronized me years.
lahan, A. Endom; Duncan, Nelson; tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossingof
Estes, J. W.; Fitts, Willie; Hopkins, All this Week OfficeNo.
Oscar; Harris, J. R.; Garrener, G. F.; Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure at our
Greene, C. M.; Gun, C. F. (3)); Gat- building, which I am equipping with Mauld's latest ma-
tin, Azrain; Herring-, Tim; Harvey,
S. D.; Jackson, W. E.; Johnson, Jim; chinery and can consequently give you same service
Keen John J.; Laughlin- Paul; Loot, which has always spoken for itself. 5 N. Avenue
Floyd; :McDowell, James; McCray, Orange
Edd.; McDowell, Arthur; Nelson, Wil- My efforts will be to sell all possible before resortingto
lie; Nixon, James; Nelson, C.; Ow- distribution.
ings, C. E.; Poston, C. L.; Roberts,
D. A.; Smith, 0.; Thomas, Geo. W.;
Willis, R.; Whipple, M. T.; Watford, W. A. DADE Gen. Manager.
Mr. & Eliza; Williams, E. ,
Women's List-Arnold, Mary E.;
Baddie, Mrs. Raser; Basen, Mrs.J. S.; 9-18-2 mTHE A will Demonstrate
Campbell, Mrs. Ruth; Chapman, Mrs. Special Agent *
Fannie; Canada, Miss Annie; Ed- .. . .. MMMMIMMMIMMIIMMIIMUMIIilMMMIMIMMQIIMMiltMIIIMittillliMiltj
wards, Mrs. Gertrude; Huckok, Miss
Lillian; Hollins, Ella; Jones, Miss
Elsie; Lone, Mrs. L'ula; Lonon, Miss R tJtJ D
Edia; Minear, Miss Ora; Mitchell,
Miss Norma B.; Mills, Miss Elda;
Nixon, Mrs. James (2); NoMes, Mrs.
Julia; Olner, Mrs. Elor; Randall, Mrs.
CHASE & CO
Nellie; Sanborn, Mrs. Willis F.; Sa- Automatic Gas Water Heater
bert Mattie; Scott, Isabell; Snites,
Mrs. Cora;; Travis, Mrs. P. B.; PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs
Wright, Lizzie; William, Miss Helen;

White, Eula: modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- You are invited to call and see this .demonstration -

TRIAL OF ASSASSIN PRINZIP I date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the
ALMOST COMPLETED PROPER PACKING and to inspect our display of

London, Oct. 26.-A Reuter dispatch FIRST AID TO Ranges and Heaters.ORLANDO .
from Vienna by way of Am- HIGHEST PRICESwhich
cterdam says that in the trial at Sa-
assassinof however, would not accomplish the end desiredby
of Gavrio Prinzip, the
rayevo Archduke Francis Ferdinand and the grower, if he did not also have available the services I

his wife, the counsel for the defense I
have made their closing speeches and ofTHE CHASE & CO WATER & LIGHT CO. I Ii
that judgment in the case will be ren- i

dered Wednesday.For. SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM GAS DEPARTMENT I

Sale which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, expe- i
'- rienced, competent and reliable. r. ... .. .. ...... .MMIiMMMMMUMaMMIMIMMHIMIMMMMMM ...... '
30 Acres, citrus and vegetable land, I ) ... . MIMMtlM .. '...
20 fenced, 10 cleared, crop on it now, GIVES THE GROWER
ready for planting trees this winter HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS LAUNDRY BUYERS AND
and crop next spring; near school and ,I LIST YOUR PROPERTYwith SELLERSI
church; half mile of railroad station; I me now, while I have the timeto I Your general laundry work, French buy, sell, rent, and exchange real
good neighborhood; four miles from : CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED look it over and familiarize myself dry cleaning, and pressing will be ap estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla., .,
court house. Special price if taken in preciated. Satisfaction and service over 30 Have
handled
GROWERS MARKETING AGENTS with the talking points. I made the years. over
next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando.
guaranteed. Open September 28th. $20,000,000. Call and
number of sales last winter see me. ,
largest
10-25-tf Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry, 10-6-3m
and expect to do even better this win- F. A. LEIi ;
Do not send a Utter or bill away by : CHASE &: CO., ter. My prospects are beginnig to arrive for whites only. 9-25-tf i
and it might cause you to losea have au
mail unless and address is you
your name I Main Office, Jacksonville, FloridaA. sale by putting it off. Call todayat Up to date painting, papering, etc,
printed on the envtlope. Ask us about : Watkins tinel and are no
in the
R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla.930d&w my new offices is the kind you want. Where to get
the price. Don't eos4 much. : building and list your property. will dons
per you
That's
it? easy, phone 636. W. T.
: 1 f;.!ItIl1111. !; WALTER W. ROSE, .
Entrican. 1-20-tf at onee.mp
Get the news In the Dentine! first. I .. L .M.. tuu.: .-- --I Ltt U.I..I.:: IJ., Real Estate. Phone 555. I If I

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TIDE OF BATTLE IN FLANDERS

TURNING IN FAVOR ALLIES

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yl I li t (IIIIIIII IIII riousness of the Boer rebellion

is shown by the announcement j

made tonight by the wrr officein

London that General Botha !
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himself has taken command of ;' -- 1IIiif

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and that he is pursuing the reb- :

els under General BeyerVh') :

; formerly commanded the government : :. rIii

For To-day--- 1: forces dispatched from : :

Capetown. He reports a battle

Tomorrow and every other day: ., yoj'll h i J 'I I along a front extending for :. I

a check! account with the State Bulk mighty f three miles in which the British I II Iii if

handy in keeping an accurate record of y iur I stormed the rebel defenses and I II HO YOU{ UNDERSTAND( : ;: I i

affairs. with the aid of artillery cap- I
money '
I tured their positions, but that IIov/ you can personally l>s h l1eIH-
Take note-how bJsiness
many men the rebel forces themselves es-I ted by the advantages
accruing to
pay you in cash? Very tew-for businessmen
caped. [::11 II II t the commmunity by ,
cannot take chances by carrying ,in >n y I

about. The safe way is the! b.niness-H'
way-our bank checks. WOUNDS WIFE AND SELF HHi The] Fcibral 1 Reserve Act ?


Try paying with checks. Galesburg, Ill., Oct. 28.-W. W: ;
Stromberg, a confectioner, today shot Call, telephone or write an J i wj will
and killed his three children and
;fl II II Ii mail our booklet ...
The State Bank of Orlando wounded himself and his wife. Mrs. : ---just out which ;

Stromberg's hand was shot off. r explains this act fully and clearly.JJ .
Stromberg will die.CHOLERA ; :

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a dispatch from Copenhagen to the Cologne -
I Gazette reports an epidemic of I ,
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EM.DEN HAS SUNK A JAPANESE JAPS RELEASED AT BERLIN I j cholera' has broken out at Lisbon and .. : >/ ;!
BOAT IN SINGAPORE that the Spanish government has I

VICINITY Rome, Italy, Oct. 28.-The Japanese stopped all communication across the I

embassy announces that sixtyone frontier. '
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London, Oct. 28.The German crui- Japanese held prisoners in Ber- .' ;

ser Emden sank the small Japanese lin, have been released through the FOOTBALL YESTERDAYAt JJ D @ 0

steamer Kamegasaki Maru while efforts of the American ambassador. Columbia, S. C.-Newberry 30, : '. .. .' :. ..... .:..
the latter' was proceeding to Singa- Wofford 0.

pore, according to a Central News THE WEATHER .

dispatch from Berlin by way of Am- I I Florida: Fair Thursday and Fri- H. Kanner's great sale continues .:. : .,..."
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OSCAR HAND & SON CLEARANCE SALE ANNOUNCEMENTOn


account of a very fortunate opportunity, to buy goods at a very low price, we purchased several cars more of Furniture and General House Furnishings than we have room for. In order to move these goods at once
we have decided to give the people of Orange and adjacent counties an opportunity to buy clean, new.up-to-date


FURNITURE, RUGS, DRAPERYS, CHINA-WARE, STOVES, RANGES, CROCKERYand

General House Furnishings at A DISCOUNT OF 25; PER CENT; SOME 20 PER CENT, 15 PER CENT, AND 10 PER CENT OFF REGULAR PRICES.
Every article in our store is marked in plain figures, original tickets are on the goods, the discount will be deducted from same. All of you know the kind of Goods this store sells-come, see for yourself and take advantage -
of this opportunity. It will, mean a big saving for you.


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FALL SALE


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I This is not only a formal showing of new Fall Goods, and the THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPREHENSIVE EXPOSITION MESSALINE SATfNS, a soft dress satin, rich in
1 latest and most correct fashions, but sale of decided I IT HAS BEEN OUR PLEASURE TO PRESENT. The colors and quality, all the new and wanted shades,36 SSe
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possibilities as well; the importance of which cannot money be too most exclusive models; the best values at the commence of the sea- inches wide, $1.00 quality uuuu_______________
t strongly emphasized. You son; the widest choice and the most fascinating styles in Coats
are always sure of the lowest prices CRYSTAL BENGALINE, this soft and rich cord
r at THE BIG STORE. At the COMMENCEMENT:: :: of the season and Wraps for the particular Women, as yet offered at this Pop- silk in a beautiful black, 36 inches wide a1-u_ $2.00
t when the assortments are complete and the new things most in ular Womens Store.
demand, our goods are NOT marked at prices as high as we think I $15.00 Coats, Special for this Sale______________________ $12.75 CREAM SERGE, 56 inches wide, strickly all wool,
:- we might get, but are offered NOW at our uniformly low percentage $20.00 Coats, Special for this Sale______________________ 17.75 an exceptionally good value at'$1.25, especially priced Q JJ1 AA
: of profit.Ve know we save you money-we want you to $25.00 Coats, Special for this Sale______________________ 19.75; at__ _________ ____________________________________ .
i know it. "Good Goods at lowest prices at all times" is our Motto. $30.00 Coats, Special for this Sale____________________ 24.75 SERGES, all wool
! Innumerable money saving chances all over the store will sub- $35.00 Coats, Special' for this Sale____________________ 28.75 and black, worth, 54 inches wide, in_cream____ navy $1.25
really $1.50, special at _______
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, stantiate these claims. $40.00 Coats, Special for this Sale] ____________ 32.50
' AN UNPARALLELLED SALE OF WOMEN'S AND MISSES $50.00 Coats, Special for this Sale______________________ 39.75 BROAD CLOTHS, 54 inches wide, satin faced

r, HIGH GRADE SUITS AND COATS. HUNDREDS OF NEWt NEW SILKS AND DRESS GOODS. shades chiffon at finished,_sponged__and_shrunk: all the new $1.50 I
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beautiful duplicates of Paris Models, brought out of the City of Our utmost energies were bent upon securing for you excep- SATIN BROAD CLOTHS, Chiffon weight,
tionally good values that this initial sale may be a brilliant suc- sponged -
Style just before the war. These reproductions are better than and shrunk, soft and graceful, 54 inches wide,
l The reward of efforts best be determined the a
cess. our can by
r the originals, because more attention is given. to smallest details, merchandise we offer and the price we offer them at. You are very superior quality in black only__________________ $2.50
which make the styles attractive.
more the judges and we have no doubt but what will
! you pronounce SHEPHERD CHECKS, in all wool
suitings,
t WE FEATURE A WONDERFUL SELECTION OF NEW them to be the best values in new desirable and dependable mer- popular for suits and skirts, 36 to 56 inches wide very and

t' FALL SUITS. Look around and compare our values and you will chandise you ever bought. Don't fail to be among the early priced 50 cents, 75c, 90c and up to__________________ $2.25
agree none equal THE BIG STORE in value giving. comers.
SATIN METORS, in the language of Silks, Satin CHALLIES, new imported all wool], white
REDINGOTE MODEL SUITS. Faced Fabrics take first place with Dame Fashion; afabric grounds with Black, Lilac, Blue and Pink designs; also

i All ultra smart; the coats with the long military lines being $2.50 quality of deep for shimmering__shades,__40__inches__wide,*C$ O*.O.9 small greys,designs Wistarias at, Copenhagens_____________and____Navy______gnund______ with____ 50e
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STORE, for we have carefully gone over all the leading designers SILK POPLINS, a new and notable number in our THREE EXTRA SPECIAL LOTS OF WOOL DRESS GOODS.
: stocks, and as a result, you have the most approved styles for silk store; a fabric adaptable to the mode of the moment
[ the conung fall and winter. 40 inches wide, priced at $1.00 and____________ jolors TABLE NUMBER 1. Wool Dress Goods in plain
plaids and fancy weaves, 65 and 75
cent values, Q A
The materials are Broad Cloth, Serge, Wool Poplin, Garba- CREPE DE CHINE, the new Crepe De Chines are extra special at____________________________________ Oi/C
r' dine, Diagonals and Novelty effects, in all the wanted shades here, rich in colorings and superior quality, 40 inches t regular our wide, $1.75 quality for______________________________ P .T'O TABLE NUMBER 2. Wool Dress Goods, in Alba-
trous Serges, Shepherd Checks
r $2500 models, specially priced at________________________ and Fancy Weaves, 48e
$19.75 the to 85c, ,values extra special __________
$1.39TAFFETA at ________
. $20.00 and 22.50 models!;, specially priced at____________ 17.75 $1.50 quality for __________________________________
$15.00 models, Specially priced at______________________ 12.75 SILKS, pure dye, chiffon finish, as softas TABLE DUMBER 3. This lot consists of Serges,
$30.00 models, specially priced at________________________ 24.75 satin, rich colorings, new tinted evening shades, 36 Cjl A A Wool, Taffeta, plain and fancy weaves, $1.25 values QC
' $35.00models, specially priced at________________________ 28.75 inches wide, $1.50 quality at________________________ V l.V/V extra special at____________________________________ O3CPOPLINS
$40.00models, specially! priced at________________________ 32.50
$ O.OO models, specially priced at______________________ 39.75 $1.75 quality at $1.48 in Cotton all the new shades, in plain 25c
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