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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 30, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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ILUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, I9ll. NUMBER 224. :

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I TURKEY HAS BEGUN WAR ON RUSSIA !




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SAYS UNCONFIRMED NEW JERSEY PARTY I WAR WILL COST FOUR:IRUSSIANS NOW fORGING CARRANZA

fORCES Of AND


REPORT FROMPETROGRAD CAME LAST NIGHT MILLION LIVES EASTERN FIGHTING




ARRIVED OVER ATLANTIC AND DESTROY THIRTY-FIVE CONSTANT SUBSTITUTION
VILLA ENGAGE IN BATTLE

COAST CIAL LINE CAR IN A SPE- MILLIONS. PROPERTY WORTH OF OF SHOWING FRESH RESULTS TROOPS IS !


TURKISH CRUISERS BOMBARDED J ,

TWO RUSSIAN Big Crowd at Station to Greet I If It Continues for Eighteen Explosion of One of Germans CARRANZA ATTEMPTED TO 11
NEW
REVOLT BREAKS OU1
PORTS YESTERDAY Them and Welcome Regu- .Months, According to the Sixteen Inch Siege Guns CAPTURE VILLA

lar Visitors to Orlando Estimate of Head of Kills Over Two Hundred ,j

FIGS Once More Steel Trust Men IfHAYTI GENERALSVILLA
IN
LULL f ON COAST _

Fully five hundred Orlandoites gath- Birmingham, Ala., Oct. 29.-If the London, Oct. 29.-From Madrid FORCES ARE VICTORIOUSEffort
FOLLOWS THE LANDING OF
Austrians Report Capture of ered at the Atlantic Coast Line station European war is maintained with its comes an unconfirmed story of the

last evening to welcome the spe- present violence for eighteen months, explosion of one of the German six- CHARLES ZAMOR AT
Russians-German to Surround Peace Convention
100,000 cial car of New Jerseyites who arrived the loss of life will be 4,000,000 and teen inch howitzers which possibly PORT AU PRINCE -

Airships Do Damagein on No. 89, due at 6:41 but arriving the property loss thirty-five billionsof explains the extremely violent con- I at Aguas Calientes

Warsaw a few minutes late. In the dollars E. H. Gary, president of vulsion which was supposed at the Government Forces Driven Back Resulted in Rout of

party were the following, all regular the American Steel and Iron institute, time to indicate the blowing up of the I and Firing Was ContinuedWednesday I

winter visitors to Orlando: said today in addressing the annual pier at Zeebrugge. According to the Night and I Carranza Forces
Petrograd, Oct. 29.-Spe-(
From Avon, Mrs. Cranner and meeting of that organization.Mr. Madrid account this gun, which was

cial.)Turkey has begun hostil- daughter, Mrs. Douglas and Miss Gary admitted the present depressed being used on the German right wing, I Yesterday El Paso, Tex., Oct. 29Special.( )

ities by bombarding two peace- Stanberry; from Spring Lake, Mr. I state of the steel trade, but was overcharged and exploded. The -Carranza troops intent upon sur-
Port au Prince, Hayti, Oct. 29.-A
ful Russian seacoast towns. and Mrs. James J. Reed and daughter was optimistic of the future. concussion killed all the gunners in j serious rounding and capturing the generalsof
I revolutionary outbreak oc-
Messages received here an- Miss Alma, Mr. and Mrs. George 'I "Without particularizing it would the vicinity, some 250 men, besides curred in Port au Prince last nightas the division of the north, Villa's
and and J.1 safe to that in and number of
McCullough daughter, seem predict many killing wounding a
the simultaneous result representatives, attempted to
nounce appearance a of the landing here of swoop
Evans; from Pleasantville, :Mrs. H. important respects business condi- men a considerable distance away.
this morning of the Charles Zamor, a brother of the down upon the convention city of
S. Lake and Miss Ray Lake; from tions in the United States for the : The German retirement from Poland president
of the republic. There was Aguas Calientes today but were out-
cruiser Breslau off Theodosiaand Ocean Grove, Mr. and Mrs. James 1.1.1 j I next three months at least will bet and the resumption of the offen-
shooting in the streets of the city maneuvered by the troops held in
the Hamidiah off Novoros- Ross, '''Miss K. Thompson, Mr. and :I better than they have been for the sive by Russia all along the eastern throughout the night and the encoun- readiness for such a move by Villa
silsk. Mrs. George W. Stevens Mr. and Mrs. i j I last three months" he declared."I battle front is generally ascribed in !,
ters continued today. The members and a battle occurred at Sangil, 22
J. Drake; from Bradley Beach Dr. do not hesitate to say, with em- London to the enormous reserves j
Theodosia is a seaport on the | of the ministry have taken refuge in miles east of Aguas Calientes. Sixty
W. K. Bradner, wife and daughter, phasis, that the opportunity for suc- brought up by the Russian commanders. -
southeast coast of the Crimean the foreign consulates. Carranza troops were killed and the
Miss E. Bradner. Dr. H. R. Bradner cess and progress in this country is Instead of two completely exhausted -.J I
The Netherlands steamer Prins remainder were forced to beat a hasty
-J' peninsula. Novorossilsk is on wife and two children and Miss Curtis I+|I greater than ever before," he said. armies facing each other I j
I Willem into Port Prince the railroad in
j came au last retreat along the .-
the east coast of the Black sea ; from Asbury Park, Mr. and Mrs. An optimistic prediction of business along the Vistula, as has happened '!
night at 10 o'clock. On board were ration of San Luis PotoSiw
and is the capital-of the Russian Harry W. Lake, :Mr. and :Mrs. Thomas conditions in this country for the im- frequently on the banks of the Aisne,
| President Zamor and his brother, Villa hao feared just such a move
of Blacksea. Noble and daughter, :Miss Madeline, mediate future and the statement that the Russians make daily changes, '
territory It is ,
an Charles. Charles came ashore and upon the part of the Carranza forces
Mr. and Mrs. \V. J. Tallman, :Miss the struggle for commercial supremacy bringing regiments from the rear and j
important shipping point for | his landing was the signal for the for some time and this has been his
pe- Ella MacMullen, :Miss Prickett, and w as the underlying 'cause of the thus allowing the fighters in the !j
troleum. j outbreak. The government forces principal reason for remaining at
Miss M. Showles. European war, were features of his trenches to retire and rest. This op- I j opposed
j the rebels, but were driven back Guadalupe instead of staying in the
The Breslau is one of the Ger- The party left Asbury Park, N. J., address. eration is said to have been repeated j I
+ and compelled to evacuate their posi- convention city. From Guadalupe he
man cruisers sold to Turkey :Wednesday morning at 6:10, travel- I "Paradoxical as it may seem," said so often that virtually every Russian:i I
| tions. has been observing the movements of
early in the after ing in a special car over the New Jer- : Mr. Gary, "the nation which is suc- soldier within striking distance of the !!
war having
i A force of rebels under Davilmar I the Carranza forces.
sey Central, Royal Blue Line and At- cessful in this war will surely lose. invaders is now a veteran. I j
been chased into Turkish waters | Theodore, leader of the present rebel- There is understood to be another
lantic Coast Line, District Passenger The struggle for commercial suprem- While this German retirement may j
by the allied fleets. lion, and the man who has been force south of Aguas Calientes.
Ira S. of the New Jer- the of the be the in proclaimed
Agent Whyte, acy was underlying cause not rout pictured Petrograd,
president by the revolutionists -
sey Central, personally looking after war and many believe if representa- it is nevertheless held here to be true I
has occupied Mirobalais thirty Carranzistas Present Peace Plan
Both Armies in Flanders Are their comfort. The big eighty pas- tives of the different nations previ- that the retreat has progressed so far
miles northeast of Port au Prince, Washington, Oct. 29.-Specia1.-(
Resting senger B. & O. car in which they ously had met in friendly spirit to that Warsaw is today free from the
and now is marching on this city. The retirement of Generals Villa,
made the trip was placed on the siding settle the financial interests all trou- menace of investment. With the I
Paris Oct. ( Obregon and Gonzales as the headsof
29.Special.Tonight's )- here and will return north, we ble could have been averted. pressure on their center relieved, the THE WEATHER
the three chief divisions of the
official statement issued hope, to bring many more New Jer- "Undoubtedly it would be to the Russians are now devoting more at-

by the French war office sey visitors to Orlando. best interests of all the nations en- tention to campaigning. I Florida: Fair Friday and Satur- constitutionalist army of Mexico and
the appointment of Col. Eduardo Hay
declares there was an absolute gaged in the present war, and to the Petrograd reports that the garrisonof day.
the head
as of the entire is
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world at large if the integrity and Przemysl is defending this fortress

dearth of new developmentsalong RUSSIAN CRUISER SUNK geographical lines of each of these with extraordinary obstinacy. The j", R. D. WARING SELLS BIG predicted in :Mexican newspapers received -
the battle front today, indicating at the constitutionalist agency
nations could be substantially preserved. forts aVe well armed and tens of
the prolonging of the here today. This proposal, which
thousands of workmen are employedin
BY EM DEN comes from the Carranzistas, is understood -
lull which settled over the northern The speaker asserted his belief in strengthening the fortifications. In LUMBER BUSINESS
to have been a topic of the
field of operations late yes the efficacy of an agreement betweenall anticipation of an investment the sup-
discussions of the Aguas Calientes
the countries for arbitration of all plies of ammunition are large. The
terday. Various reasons have GERMAN WARSHIP WAS DIS- HAS DISPOSED OF YELLOW convention for the past three days.
international disputes. weakness of the fortress is reportedto
been advanced for the temporary GUISED AND FOOLED Should it be accepted the resignation -
be found in the scarcity of pro- PINE LUMBER CO. TO
of" hostilities of Carranza as chief executive
cessation along RUSSIAN SHIP PANAMA TOLLS LIKELY TO PAY visions. Enormous quantities had SANFORD CONCERNMill
will be immediately be accepted and
the battle lines, but apparentlythe OPERATING EXPENSES been collected by the Austrians in

logical reason is that the Flew Japanese Flag and Was outlying villages, but the : Is Located at Kissimmeeand I tion.the way paved for a peaceful elec-

troops of both armies are utterly Further Disguised With Panama, Oct. 12.Correspondence.Notwithstanding ( ly speedy advance of unexpecteo-I the Consideration Was

Addition of Another that the war resulted in the seizure of I
exhausted after weeks of in the Neighborhoodof PROTEST SEIZURE OF THREE
has largely curtailed shipping activi- plies.

almost ceaseless fighting. SmokestackTokio ties, the canal traffic for the first six $33,000 i i COPPER LADEN STEAMERS

While the troops are gaining Japan, Oct. 29.-The British weeks was greater, says Col. Goe- MANY OF THE SHIPS THAT
Yesterday morning Mr. R. D. War Washington Oct. 29-Representatives -
a much needed respite the rival embassy hears that the German crui- thals than had been expected, and indicates WERE SUNK AT ANTWERP of four copper companies i.i
that within a thetolls ARE RAISEDAmsterdam ing announced that he had disposedof
generals are redoubling their ser Emden, flying the Japanese flag year New York today protested to the

toil over war maps and follow- and disguised by the addition of a may be sufficient to pay all operating the Yellow Pine Lumber company, state department that two Italian

ing, the resuscitation of the fourth smokestack, entered Penang, expenses. Holland, via London, at Kissimmee, to the Zachary Lumber steamers, the San Giovanni and the
The canal has thus far earned Oct. 29.-According to an Antwerp
a British possesion in the Straits Set- of :Sanford. This is of
company :: one Regina D'I talia, carrying several
fighting men the battle will be $369,706. Between 15 and the Rhenania
August telegram to Transport
tlements and fired
torpedoes which the largest mills in Osceola county thousand tons of American copper to
renewed with increased October 1, eighty-one selfpropelledvessels of Mannheim of the
some
energy. sank the Russian cruiser company
Jemtchugand and the consideration is said to have I Italian ports, had been detained by
made of it. Most of these sunk in the of by
Antwerp
use ships port
The Germans are bringing French '
up a destroyer.The been in the neighborhood of 35000. the British authorities at Gibraltar.

heavy reinforcements for the Emden's entrance into the were ships of American registry; the troops of the allies have been Mr. J. A. Cheek, who for a numberof I I I No official information has been
those flying the British flag were sec- raised and the river again is navigable. -
waters of Penang was audacious.She years has been connected with the
of strengthening the received of the detention of the Italian
purpose ond. There were no German ships, An inventory of the goods in the
came in under the of the Beck Lumber in this
guns company city, vessels from American Consul
line between Dixmude and nor Italian, French or Japanese ves- raised vessels is being made. I I
fort and after sinking the cruiser and will manage the mill for the Zachary Sprague at Gibraltar, who yesterday
Ypres, according to French aviators sels. Four Norwegian ships have The Antwerp government has invited -
destroyer escaped through the Strait Lumber company, probably moving to reported the seizure of the American
passed through, and one each from bids for the raising of the remainder -
who estimate the German .
Malacca. The
fate of the crew on Kissimmee at an early date. steamer Kroonland also laden with

strength in this region at a board the Jemtchug is not yet known Denmark and Holland. The Peruvian of the sunken ships. Mr. Waring, who moved to Orlandoa I copper destined to Naples and Greek
torpedo boat Tentienta Rodriguez was
quarter of a million men. The here. few weeks ago: from Kissimmee and !ports. Before taking official noticeof
the first, and thus far the only, war HIGH COST OF LIVING IS SHOWN '
:Merchant vessels belonging to the is preparing to build a fine home the seizure of these three vessels,
French are also hurrying reinforcements ship to use the canal. IN HIGHER COST ARMY
belligerent nations are taking refuge here, is gradually disposing of his state department officials will await
to their line between ATIOX
at Colombo, Ceylon. holdings in Kissimmee and Osceola full report on the circumstances un
these two towns to meet -- --- --- ----- RUSSIA AND ENGLAND SWAPPING -
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any county and will devote his capital to der which they are detained.

renewed efforts of the Germansto cuted at Sarajevo within twen- TROOPS Washington, Oct. 29.-Even the investments in Orlando and Orange

pierce the lines. ty-four hours after they had army ration, with its simple compo- county. CORPORATION HEAD IN CANADA
London, Oct. 29.-A Petrograd dis- nents, has shared in the general increased -
been found guilty. Gavrico IS CHARGED WITH RUNNING -
Dispatches indicate that the patch to the Times says the British cost of living. The annual
EIGHT AIRSHIPS PASS OVER A LOTTERY
;
Germans have selected a new Prinzep, the actual assasin, has and Russian governments have agreedto report of Quartermaster General Ale- [ HASSELT

route and hope to go direct been taken to prison to serve his a mutually advantageous exchange shire shows that the average cost of < Seattle Wash., Oct. 29.-George E.

sentence. of and technical forces, the the ration for American troops this
through Boulogne, keeping away twenty year combatant II London, Oct. 29.-Eight airships Still ings, president of the National
details of which will be announced was 24.40 cents as against 23.41
from the warship fire along the I year passed over Hasselt, on the German- Mercantile company limited, of Vancouver -
I
of to British later. for 1913.
coast, which seriously ham- Report Damage Confirmed !i Belgian frontier going westward and B. C., and nine other defend-

Ships ----- evidently making for Brussels and ants were named in two indictments

pered their progress. The new London, Oct. 29Special.( ) I Antwerp, where it has previouslybeen returned by the federal grand jury

I route is apparently between the -Confirmation of the German Emergency Currency Will Be stated Zeppelin sheds were be- and made public today, charging the

rivers Yser and Ypres along the report that British war ships, ing constructed according to a Rot- defendants with conducting a lottery,

Hazebrouck and Stomar road. operating in conjunction with Issued on Cotton CertificatesWashington terdam dispatch to the Daily :Mail.: obtaining money under false pre-

tenses and using the rails to de
the allied armies along the Bel-
300 MISSOURI HORSES FOR TilE fraud.

Assassin Plotters Executed "ian coat, had been struck by Oct. 29.-Special.-( ) the issuance of emergency currency. FRENCH ARMY The government alleges the men

Paris, Oct. 29Special.( ) '"prmn land:: batteries was con- The treasury department today an- Under this arrangement the banks I obtained large sums of money by

A dispatch from Trieste today tained in a press association dispatch nounced that Class A and B certifi- will be able to take down the securities Springfield, Mo., Oct. 29.-Eight means of fraudulent loan schemes.

reported that the five instiga- from Dover tonight they have already put up for' hundred horses were inspected b;;
say- cates, which are given to banks in return -
tors of the plot to assasinate ing that the bodies of eight 1 emergency currency and which are representatives of the French gov- Dennison crepe napkins, lunch sets,

Crown for their subscriptions to the negotiable for other purposes and replace ,ernment here today. The animals are plates, shelf paper, crepe paper, fee

Prince Francis Ferdi- British seamen killed in the first $135,000,000 cotton fund will be them with certificates thus be France
accepted easing I to shipped to by way ofNew cups, passe partout binding. Curtis

nand of Austria had\been exe- (Continued on page 8) as securities as a basis for up their affairs to some extent. Orleans. & O'Neal, next postoffice.



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It will be of great value to all Conscientious work at fair prices. i Eat all you want.
very
i | j (rn Phone 629. 106,'Court St. 8-23-tf Take "a postscript and forget it.
W.C.T.JLCOLUMN workers. I For sale by all druggists.
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L t. During the two days there will be I-7-0&w-lyr
, I Subscribe: for The Daily Sentinel.
) Edited by Mrs. J. Pedrick. ten-minute talks by the various state PAINT MEANSThe
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t superintendents, a question box con-
Press ReporterThe ducted by Mrs. Aber Scott-Abbott, paint which covers the largest

short by different state workers 1t9J eyJ'ftJ
papers
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conferences and generally inter- surface-Gives the longest service ? ,
Jacksonville Cony en t ion-Jack-!
sonville, Xo.,.. 9, 10, 11 I esting exercises.Mrs. -Lasts and looks well.
In the First Baptist Church. First Nannie Webb-Curtis, presidentof Our Business is to Make Your Work

meeting at 7:30 Monday evening, No- the Texas Woman's Christian Tem- THAT'SHarrisons'
Union, will be the convention EasierBy
perance
vember 9th, closes Wednesday night.
Please arrive on the earliest after- speaker. Tuesday night her subject
t noon train possible on Monday, the will be "The Nineteenth Century Wo- //1f., supplying you with all kinds and styles
&: Io-
and Wednesday night
man
of Files and Filing Cases, Inkand Ink Stands,
9th.We loch." Town & Country"A
want you to come. Ask your -z
t Mrs. Curtis is a very strong and Pens and Pen Holders, Pencils and Pencil
; union if, you can be a delegate. All
winning speaker and all will hear her Sharpeners, Rulers and Ruling Pens, TypeWriters
officers of local unions are entitled to The result of over a Hundred ,
i entertainment and one delegate for with the greatest interest. A and Type Writers Supplies and all
20 members. There is every promise that this Years Experience. (b j
every
will be a large and valuable convention I the material needed around the house or office -
of
{ Entertainment will consist lodg-
ing and breakfast. Arrangementswill though it is shortened a littleas A Get our free book "Cause & Effect. A desk.
to time, because it is necessary to U| It tells things ought to know. (
be made for lunch and supper at you many you j Call us up whether you wish a 5c pencilor
morning to
start Thursday early
reasonable
prices.* I reach Atlanta for the national convention SOLD BY a $50.00 Filing Case.

The National Convention-Atlanta,1 I and many Florida women
have to take this trip. W. S. BRANCH
Nov. 13 to 18 planned Jos. Hardware Co. ,
Will you not go? We can have but Let every one in the state who pos- Bumby ;

six elected delegates in addition to sibly can, be in attendance on both The Arcade Book and Music Store
the eight ex-officio delegates, but we these conventions. A large attend- For the last Twenty-five Years.
ance will give great impetus to our
want two car loads of our people to
go and will make all reservations for work. .
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: them at very reasonable rates. I d
Directions About Convention
Our party wilt leave Jacksonville at
, 7:10 Thursday morning, November Do not take a trunk. I $8 Charleston and Return $8
Do not check your suit case.
12th, in a special car on the G. S. &I I
the earliest afternoon
F. Round trip from Jacksonville is Arrive on
train Monday, November 9th, you can. & !
( $10.75. Ask your railroad agent the .r' i VIA"Clyde
I There is a train on the A. C. L. arriving -
price from your home. Hotel, 7oc. I
One of the Seaboard
at 4:30.
f and $1.25 a day for room. Roundtrip Ii
r tickets to Atlanta allow stopoverin arriving at :5:40.: Take these trains i Line"
Jacksonville. ,instead of h.ter ones, if possible. BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS

Convention opens Friday afternoon, Committees will plan to meet the LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
I miss the committee I
night November, November 13th; 18th.closes Wednesday trains.report et If Fl-ot you Baptist church.If j Effective from August 1, 1914 to August l First Class, Meals and Berth Included

1 :'ou w;?.1 l send in your name and f 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc- 1 I,
tune cf nr-:val in advance it will tion during that time: -
Program for Our Thirty-first Convention -
greatly ail .he committees.F Touring Car $555.00Runabout This special rate good on any of the Company's
\ The convention is to be held in the I :o'n Florida Good News. steamers August 22nd to October i/th

R First Baptist church in Jacksonville, I 505.00F. inclusive.

a beautiful, commodious and conven-I i HALLOWE'EN MASQUERADE O. B. Orlando. All can fully equipped.
BALL 1|
ient place for such a meeting.The I '
Farther we will be able to obtain the maximum efficiencyin Return Limit 10 Days
Orlando Dancing Academy (over :
opening meeting will be Mon- our factory production and the minimum cost in our
office), Friday night, if we r-ach an output ..fS.O,8.8
day, November 9th, at 7:30 p. m., : Reporter-Star purchasing and tales department I,
when the welcomes will be extendedand I! October 30th, 9 p. m. All dancers required mould can between reach the this above production date we agree to pay so Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every
And we
a social reunion hour enjoyed.It : to wear masks. 29-3t the buyer', share from J4C to $60 per car (on or aboutAugust Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
retail buyer who purchases a new
1.IUS to every
is hoped that every one who can For Sale Ford ear .between August 1. 1914 and August 1. U15.
possibly do so, will arrive in the early I II For further particular regarding these low pnces and proBtnharing I
afternoon so all can easily find their I 30 Acres, citrus and vegetable land, plan see For reservations and further particulars apply to
!
homes and be ready for the first '0 fenced 10 cleared, crop on it now,
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I eady fo: planting! trees this winterI F. G. RUSH.
meeting. I I I crop ..:xt spring; near school and H. G. WEN EL Fla. Pass. Agent
i Tuesday: and Wednesday at 9 in the -hurch; half mile of railroad station; Phone 226 ,
morning will be the Bible hour con- 1: rood neighborhood; four miles from I
ducted by Mrs. Mabel Juan-Stevens, ourt house. Special price if taken in 122 \v. nay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
>ext 30 days. Box 4, Orlando.
the state evangelistic superintendent. iO-25-tf

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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-

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PARK ITEMS Sarasota to inspect some property, EASY TO" CRITICISE NEW BRITISH GUN A TERROR TO .

in which his bank clients have an in- AIRMEN I
It is to sit in the sunshine
Winter Park, Fla., Oct 28.-Last terest. And easy talk to the in the shade )
man ;
her crack baseballm Mr. R. C. Sligh, of Birmingham, London, Oct. 27.-The new British
Jjeek Oviedo sent It is easy to float in a well trimmed GRAND
over to give our boys a few Ala., has been looking after the inter- boat, gun used for the first time in recent

i Vj5mters on how it is done. At the ests of his property near Jacksonville And point out the place to wade. days, says the correspondent of the i(
seventh the and at Kissimmce and stoppedover But once we pass into the shadows, Times in northern France, has pro-i I I I'rc
end of the inning score
We murmur and fret and frown
of Winter Park at Oakland to pay a short visitto vided a fresh terror for German air- i j
stood 22 to 0 in favor And our length from the bank we
and Oviedo decided that it was best the Brock home, last week. His shout for a plank, men. The gun, the correspondentstates I :Dv-

not to have it "done." many friends are always glad to greet Or throw up our hands and go succeeds in finding its target

The week previous the OcoeeWinter him. His son has had a serious ill down.It with great facility. I

Garden-Oakland team played our ness of typhoid fever, but glad to report is easy to sit in our carriageAnd ;r DANIEL FROHMAN presents the Popular Dra-

\ local baseball team six and one-half was able to be up again. counsel the man on foot; I Eat all you want. matic Romance
innings and the score was so much in Rev. R. L. Query and J. II. Sadler 5ut get down and walk, you'll change Eat what you want. !

favor of Winter Park that the game went to St. Petersburg last Tuesdayto As you your feel talk the, peg in your boot.It 'I Take For sale a postscript by all druggists.and forget it. "

was called. attend presbytery, returning Sat- is easy to tell the toiler l-7-d&w-lyr I "THE
I I II "[ BETTER MAN
We believe Winter Park can beat urday. The reports for the last year's How best he can carry his pack; I I
But no one can rate a burden's weight ,
work were gratifying, and the Who is i iII
t any all home team of baseball playersin very Until it has been on his back. your palmer and decorator? I ,
this neck o' the woods, Orlando, outlook is hopeful.The -The Poster.A II If you are satisfied keep the one you I
Sanford, et al. not excepted.The Camp Fire Girls were invitedto have 636.; if not, phone W. T. Ertrican.No. 1-20-tf. with WILLIAM COURTLEIGH playing the leading role.

conference of the Y. M. C. A. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mc- financial writer says "money is .

workers of the state opened last Kinnon for a fish fry. All the camp easier to get now." Glad to know it,
T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
Thursday night in Knowles Hall withan were present. The invited guests even if all of us haven't proved it by Conscientious work at fair prices.

address by Dean Enyart, of Rol- were Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tilden.Wil- personal experience. Phone 629. 106 Court St 8-23-tf

lins College, on the subject, "The bur Tilden, Miss Abernethy and Miss I

Principles That Should Guide a Young Frances Burns. The girls were given . . 1: I' t t r g .. t It II 6. I ..1111 ..... I
Man in the Choice of His Life Work." charge of affairs and liberty of the

It is impossible to do justice to suchan place. Miss Speer divided them into I SPRAY NOW) FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE

address by mere quotations, but three: sections. First section built the

the final words, service, would sum up fire and got it into nice coals suitableto SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY

the line of thought. The. real busi- a successful "fry;" second section

ness of the conference opened up at did the preparing, and the third sec-

8 o'clock Friday morning, continuingmost tion served the supper, which was at Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale, Rust Mite

of the day. At night Dr. Lee, 6:30 o'clock. While one section was and Red Spider that i i-.: hit. Removes sooty mold

of Grandberry College, Brazil, gave a busy the others played games on and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September -
In Four Reels ot Motion\ PicturesThe
very suggestive address on his chosen the lawn. The fish, cornbread, sand- and October are two of the best months for
land and work and presented a won- wiches and popcorn served as cracker-
spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents in-
derful opportunity to the men jack, furnished by the hostess, was story of the tremendous struggle between two
and women to invest their young lives in declared to be the "best ever." sects from sapping trees all winter, and brings: them clergymen for the world's two greatest prizes.A .

that great country and work. The After all the work was done and out in a good, healthy condition in the spring thus PARAMOUNT PRODUCTION. Paramount's are

sessions continued most of the day fire put out, which this camp always insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom.J. shown EXCLUSIVELY AT THE GRAND.A .

Friday and Saturday with time to at- does, a musical program was given.

tend a reception at the home of Pres- Two instrumental duets, Mrs. McKinnon -: SCHNARR & CO.. Orlando, Florida.
and Frances Burns two vocal
ident Blackman Friday afternoon anda ;
Special Musical program has been arranged and
canoe ride on the chain of lakes duets, Mrs. McKinnon and Miss Ab Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure the White Fly will be played by"TfiAT

Saturday afternoon. Saturday nighta ernethy; two pious solos, Frances Fungi. 9.9 D. and W 2MCONWAY

reception to everybody was given in Burns. Miss Abernethy also gave , . . . . . . ORCHESTRA"Mr.
Lyman gymnasium, where light refreshments two readings; and two recitationswere

were served. The speaker given by little Miss Alice Mc-
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on the program for Saturday night Kinnon. All was thoroughly appre-
failed the ciated by the Camp Fire Girls. 1
to come so meeting was re
NURSERIESGROWERS Fritz Hauer, Orlando's favorite violinist will
called. Sunday morning Rev. Mr.
again in his excellent solo work-
Purser, of Richmond, Va., spoke to I appear
the delegates and students at the Con- FOR HEAD COLDS OR AND DEALERS IN This may be heard from every patron of the Grand.


the gregational Ministry.church" Sunday on "The afternoon Call to ANY CATARRH COLDS | All Leading Varieties of Citrus TreesR. j

Prof. Parr, of the State University, Surely use Hyomei; it quickly i lears: Our Music is Worth Twice the
T. PEEL
Proprietor.
the head, the disagreeable ,
spoke on "Social Service, and the stops nasal -
discharges, soothes and heals the Price of Admission
closing session, especially for dele- inflamed lining of air passagesyou Local Salesman
gates, was held Sunday evening.Rev. feel better at once. Gien Si. .Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATE

W. L. Barze has gone to St. When your nostrils are clogged, Box 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida.
Cloud to assist the local pastor in a you suffer with dull headaches, or 9-24-tf lOc 20e'
have that constant frog in the throat.

series.of special meetings.Mrs. .started for Myomei is the remedy that will give . . . . . . .I.'I.I IO.t. . .
Geo. S.
Deming the quickest, most effective and last- .
California Monday.The ing relief possible-it goes right to
the of the trouble and As leader for the
Y. P. S. C. E. of the Congregational cause quickly a next
ends your misery. You simply
church will give an ice cream breathe Hyomei using the small inhaler -
Ten
social at Hooker House Friday after- that comes with every complete Days

noon and evening. outfit
Hyomei immediately' reaches all the -
President Blackman went to Chi- raw and inflamed tissues lining the O L :
the first of the week to meet Mr. $ yor'" e9zeft
cago I nose and throat driving out the poison #fl fttJTHE
F. W. Lyman on business. -dull headaches vanish-you
The new ice plant is in operation, breathe freely. Even the worst I will give FREE an extra
cases respond quickly. It is impossible -
but the engine is not working satisfactorily pair pants with each suit.
to use Hyomei and not be immediately -
yet and may need some benefitted.
350 pieces all wool MARKETOf
changes.The Hyomei can be had from McEl-
Fortnightly club met Monday roy's Pharmacy, and is very inexpensive -
Prices
wand f. $15 to $30
night in the College studio with the ,
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Cleanliness Of
Rollins faculty as host. The club was SUCCESSFUL SALESMANSHIP Fit, workmanship and mate- QualityFRESH
evenly divided and debated the sub-
rial guaranteed.Act .
ject: "Resolved, That Winter Park Every business man conducting a AND SALT MEATS. ..
could and should double its population large mercantile establishment knows now and save onethirdthe *
FISH AND GAME
in five years." A unanimous decision most of his success depends on cost of a suit.Phone. ,
was rendered by the judges in pleased customers! There are two Kept under the best sanitary conditions :

favor of the affirmative. The judgeswere essentials necessary to create this Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh :
Dr. Baker, Prof. Lenhart and feeling in the public mind! The firstis 78or c f
and pure. i
Mrs. L. M. Chubb, of Miami. Re- the goods must be sold as adver- 4
call on 0 We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have :
freshments! were served. tised, the price and quality must be
Rer. Collier will preach at the :M. in keeping with the general line of everything in the Meat Lana
302'
E. church next Sunday morning and information placed before the house- t.
V. BA YLARIAN
Rev. )Matthews the evening.Mr. wife to induce her to become a cus- The PARLOR MARKET

J. D. Evans, of Ocoee, was in tomer. And the second requisite is, Old Stand Church Street.

Winter Park Saturday to get a horse accommodating and pleasant sales- on ii H. M. Self & Co. !

he had purchased.The people. Perhaps they have as muchto

drug store building is being do with the sales of an establish- PINE STREET

treated to a new coat of paint. ment as any other source. Only re- 1 Florida's '

lIre Freeman Hunter is nursing avery cently an El Reno housewife's chagrin Phone No. 80

sore hand and arm as the resultof was very much in evidence after Surpassing 1
<
an accident. visiting one of the stores because of 1J

the inattentiveness of the salesgirland

OAKLAND NEWS NOTES of her peculiar manner of inquiring Grapefruit MMIiillllMIMM 1J 1 1I

? after the housewife's wants. Intelligent = I

Oakland, Fla., Oct. 28.-:Mrs. Nan- buyers feel like leaving a Is Supreme = .South Apopka Nurseries. ;
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nie and Mrs. Walter Hudson spent store when they are accosted after .
Plant Freely of the Best Late VarietiesEach
in Ocoee this fashion "What do want?"
Thursday as guests of : you All the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange I

Mrs. T. D. Hudson. "We hain't got it in stock." And year adds to the supremacy of Florida's surpassing Trees, thrifty, well-rooted and clear of all diseases. j

Grace and Donald Husband returned there are many other ways unsophis- grapefruit in the markets of the North. With the proceeding New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family
from their visit at Orange City last ticated salespeople have of presenting education of the American public as to the uses and merits of FREEAddress 1

week. their inquiries and metaphorically citrus fruits, Florida grapefruit will become more and more

Mr. S. J. Briley and Rich spent Fri- pealing, it knocks intelligence off of popular. The grower whose land is adapted to grapefruit can

day at Orlando.Mr. tne Christmas tree, intelligent people make no mistake in planting freely of the best varieties-especially ...South Apopka Nurseries...

and Mrs E. C. Vick and Dewey, take such thoughtlessness seriously, of the late kinds. I 1'

Sadie and Lloyd made a trip to Ply- they don't like it and one can not OCOEE: FLORIDA
mouth on Saturday to visit old friendsfor blame them. Get the New Buckeye I 9-4-tf : :

a couple of days. Of course, there are times when Nurseries . . . . . . . . . .
Dr. and Mrs L. H. Winter and lit- salespeople get tired, all worn out CatalogThis

tle girl returned Saturday to their and maybe they have been having a
attractive book tells all about the culture of
home at Bear's Gap, from Curtis, tinge of headache and are irritable, fruit as well as oranges and other citrus fruits. It describesthe grape- . ;. .-M" ,4-i". IMt . . I..til
Neb. We to welcome them. but should remember others I
are glad they experience -
leading kinds-several of them the introductions of Buck-
A picnic to Clay Springs was the same degree' of ill feelirg eye Nurseries. Whether you are an experienced grower or a
planned by Miss Elsa Henschen on at times. It does'nt pay to be crustyto new beginner in citrus culture, this catalog will help you. il Orlando Paint and Wall Paper Co. | i

4 Friday for the young folks to attend, customers. Most people dislike be- The most successful grove practice is fully explained in

but only one car went. Those who ing made the target of indifferencewhen this book. While the catalog represents an enormous outlayon

made the trip were Misses Elsa Hen they enter a business horse, their part Buckeye Nurseries will be glad to send a copy I 1 High Grade Paints, Oils Varnishes -

schen, Gertie Speer and Frances furthermore they usually know what free to any person intending to plant citrus fruit trees. If : c I AGENTS FOR Kalsomine, Wall Pa-

Burns, and Harold Henschen and Os- they want and as a general thing you want one write for it today before the edition is exhausted. I Patlon's Sun Proof Paper, Wall Board, Roof-
car Vick. They report an enjoyableday. I they're not impolite to the salespeople i
Nurseries Paints Ing, Brushes, Etc.
On their retrun they had the I w'en they make their wants known. Buckeye e ;

car prettily decorated with wild flow- .: you Live rot been accustomed to 1036 Citizens Bank Bunding I SOLD AT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Orange Ave. ;

ers.Mr. making pleasant inquiries of the prospective Tampa, Fla.BuckeyeTreesBear. THE SUN ORLANDO FLORIDA fr
Henry S. Henschen, of Chicago, customer, try it and your abil-
was guest of his uncle Josef Hen- ity as a salesperson will increase be- 1

schen and family on Saturday. Mr. yond your most sanguine expectationsand : Special Wall! Paper 3000 Rolls, at 5c. iWINTER

Hen hen is cashier of the State bankof your employer will soon recog- : :
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Chicago. He was on his way to nize in you a valued emploje. ,


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SIDELIGHTS room door.' If the occupant turns on w.. c. MCLEAN WILL BECOME
THE DAILY ''tMIIMMMMMM MMIMIIIM
the hot water grasps a cake of Pear's POSTMASTER SUNDAY

South Florida Sentinel (By W. S. Branch) soap and says, "Good morning I'm
i MORNING AND WEEKLY The lists of passengers arriving by i going to use you" and immediately Postmaster W. R. O'Neal having
boats in Jacksonville are so long already strikes up a line of "A life on the returned yesterday from Indianapolisand
FERRIS. EdiUr and Owner I
JOSULH that good paying advertising ocean wave," or "Pull for the shore Chicago where he has been for

+ Entered at the postoffice at Orlando Florida matter is being crowded off of the 'sailor," you may at once mark him several days on business, the accountsof
a> Second ClaN Mail Hatter. 1! in true will be checked
page and the passenger boat service down as entirely lacking musical the postoffice up
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES between Tampa and Philadelphia has composition. If on the other today and tomorrow and Mr. W. C. I

Daily 1 Year ........................ $5.00 been doubled to accommodate the pea hand he turns on the cold water and McLean will assume the duties of
Daily 6 Montha ...................... oliO '
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 ple who wish to come to Florida right plunges in with what might be termed postmaster Sunday morning-the first
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .5 0 away. If this thing keeps up we shall audible silence he is the real musical I'of the coming month.

-! Weekly. 1 Year ...................... $1-00 have to start a "by-a-spare-bed" stuff and only lacks opportunity en- Mr. O'Neal has been Orlando's post- .
6 Months .................... .75
Weekly. movement to accommodate the tour- couragement and a bank account to master for more than sixteen years,

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN- ists. make him a Caruso a Hoffman or an and has made a most capable and ac- THE" D. P. SYSTEM
ADVANCETO eWe Ole Bull. The same test is said to commodating official. During twelveof

ADVERTISERS: are unable to decide which are apply to ladies except that instead of these years Mr. McLean has been

Copy for display and all ether hand-act the funniest some of the items by the songs above mentioned they will one of his assistants and his friendsare
advertising mutt be handed in at the business Phil Armstrong in the Times-Union, sing something more sentimental like confident that he will prove equally -
Sentinel, not later than 2 p. -.
of the
office the day before publication. This rule applies or some of Lambright's overflowing I"What are the wild waves saying?" satisfactory to the patrons of the (ItJJan
to chance for contract advertising; it U humor in the Tampa Tribune. If they or "Let's go down to Coney Island, office. iHere's
e Invariable and will be strictly adhered to.
should combine their efforts and start I Bill."
I Subscribers desiring The Seentinel discontinued kind of Florida edition of CHAMPIONSHIP FOOTBALL I
should notify the office in writing on some a I .
the date of expiration otherwise it will be "Life" or "Puck" we should all laff- ORLANDO'S BIGGEST DISPLAY GAMES AT TAMPA
continued at the regular subscription rates j
until notice to stop is received. ourselvestodeath in a short time. OF FRUITS something to' think
The Sentinel is under obligations to

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1914. If even one-half the things are true Mr. Gilbert Freeman the capable about
which Mr. Knight and Mr. Wall said Today and tomorrow the largest as- sporting editor of South Florida's
The Germans are Russian out of
about Tampa at the Rotarian Club sortment of fruits ever shown in Or- leading daily the Tampa Tribune for

Poland. o convention at Jacksonville the other lando will be on display at the fruit tickets to the two big football eventsof Something to cogitate over

in Orlando day it must be a bitter experiencefor store of N. Francisco on Orange ave- the season in Florida-the games
Some of the prettiest mugs Something to talk about
are handpainted. them when business compels themto nue, and every one is invited to in- between Southern College and the

o visit Jacksonville Atlanta, Wash- spect the stock of this big store, University of Florida tomorrow after- and

Whatever they do to the map of ington or New York city. In fact which is one of Orlando's newest bus- noon, and between Southern and Stet-

Europe the world still remains round. we do not know of any place except iness enterprises.The son University on Thanksgiving day.
r o Orlando where they would not feel proprietor came here only a Both games will be played on Plant SOMETHING TO ACT UPON I

Politeness costs nothing but the depressed. And as they are so bliss- few weeks ago from Gainesville and Field at Tampa and will decide the

lack of it is often very expensive.The ful in their ignorance we could not in a few* short weeks his business has football championship of the state,
o wish them to ever visit us. grown by leaps and bounds. He not drawing many spectators from all

will be saved only carries a large stock of fruit sections of Florida.
country or totally "Sweet are the fruits 01 Industry"But
lost Tuesday in the eyes of the poli- The pictures of Louvain show the vegetables and fancy groceries but
ticians. Germans left a whole lot more of it everything is so attractively displayedthat THE COUNTRY CLUB TO HOLD there's not much industry attached
than Gen. Sherman; left of Atlanta.- his store has become a favorite DANCE
o to this-nothing to obligate .ourself. *
Tampa Tribune. In the display today even ;
The selling of $3,000,00< per month shopping place.
,. worth of cotton to Germany ought to But we will guarantee that the and tomorrow will be about $1,500 Next Thursday evening the Coun-
P t help some. Louvanians think Sherman's defini- worth of assorted fruit the largest try Club will be the scene of a danceto ;
F --0--- tion of war does not do the subject stock ever shown in this city. The be given by the members. Manyof I I HERE IT IS
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East Tennessee will supply the justice. prices are so low that he anticipatesno the young people of the city are
Thanksgiving turkeys for 2,500,000 trouble in disposing of the big expected to be present and enjoy the
American homes.If Some cne has made the startling I stock. occasion. To every purchaser of a Suit or Coat

o I discovery: that the real test as to will be given a book containing 20 Cou-
whether a i lan is musical'! or unmusical -
you have mislaid any ofour All ask
customer to do is
who : by nature is to listen at the bath pons. we our
faults there are plenty of people
can find them for you. I room door while he is taking a bath.If i this! Distribute these coupons to their
you are musical in the bath room A Rare OpportunityThe
u friends with the request that before pur-
See today that Orlando is represented you are not musical. If you are not
musical in the bath room you are chasing their Suit or Coat to see ours first
t' with a goodly supply of Christ- Crawford home place at No. 108 America

mas cheer for the orphans of Europe. musical. Paradoxical as this rule may be sold The lot has frontage
street must at a -
seem it is said to be infallible. Therefore once. WE: WILL DE RESPONSIBLE
o
Macclenny got rid of twentyfivebales I if you are curious to know for of 83 feet and 333 feet deep. The house contains i

of cotton yesterday at the expense I a certainty whether father brother or six rooms, but is not modern in appointments =
the musical for the result to this extent. If only 12
c0&11panies.1 guest ha ; truly temperament -
t of the fire insurance
it could : be made I have the
though easily so. ex-
be at the bath
r an eavesdropper
o I i out .of the 20 coupons bring resultant pur-
i clusive handling of this and am prepared
property
i* At thirty a woman may still believe I
chasers of a Suit or Coat the holder of
? in early marriage but she ![ .eUIIlIl. . . . .. to offer you a GREAT BARGAIN. Remember, it
the original book and distributer of the
adopts the motto: "Better late than
3: MUST BE SOLD so see me at once interested. .
never." [ T. F. HOURIH \N I 20 coupons will be entitled to a Suit or
oThere'll : I
i Licensed Plumber and Coat to the value of
be another war some day
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and the Belgians should hasten home Sanitary Engineer I

to build some more cities to be de- Estimates Furnished. Jobbing II I
stroyed. Ptompt.y Attended to. I S. Y. WAY

\ $17.00
PHONE 629
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I cents The a"buy-a-bale"pound is certainly movement patriotic at ten :106 Court Street ; Insurance and Real Estate Agent

f with the South's staple quoted below ORLANDO, FLORIDA I
six cents. 4211miMIIIMMIMIMIMfniii:!1 PHONE 172

o ,.I Absolutely Free !
Even a Sentinel want advertise-

ment wouldn't locate a knocker in Or- -
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till I"11111 11111' 11111. '
lando. Hence the wonderful growthof OR THIS ALLOWANCE ON ANY SUIT OR

this city. Buy Gum Camphor COAT YOU PURCHASE
o J(%
The more you train an athlete the ,
less there is of him, but the more you I' : ::
train a musician's voice the more made in Orlando. We sell it. Pat -

there is of it. There is no time limit !

o PHARMACY tronize home industry.MIMIIMMM .
A striking difference between our
No Hard Work !
two is that Taft
living ex-presidents < M .. .MIIMIMItlllMilllMMIM > M8IMOM9 e MIMe !
knows he is a has-been and it is impossible .
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to convince Roosevelt. i t.IIIIIIIII.11 C I111111111111 I" t.J 11111. II11 L II. I It. 1 .11 111111I1 e I lilt i No Canvassing !
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Two hundred and fifty thousand

Americans have crossed the Canadian BIG BENLook I Simply hand the coupons to your
border to join the Canadian troops to
friends whom think-if not
you right
be dispatched to Europe for service.

D away-will, at some future time be in the

There wouldn't be such a howl from Ben in the back in purchasing field for a Suit or Coat.
Evans'
the married men if the women would Big square

talk instead about of things things they they have have got gotten to window---he's good all round and good all through.If -

get. "handsome is as handsome does"---Big Ben's THIS APPLIES EQUALLY TO MEN AND

o
The trouble in Mexico is that the beauty is more'n skin deep. TO WOMEN

majority of the population has been

deprived of being president and mi- See those great strong handy keys that make
.. nority rule just won't work satisfac- ,

torily. o his wind up so easy--- and the broad, deep-toned

Talk' about honest advertising how bell] he sounds, so your get up is pleasing.Big .

about the man who is advertising in

the Sentinel this morning that he has Ben stands seven inches from tip to toe---big, faithful, 4HDICKSON'IYES

found a pocket book containing clean-cuthands in the dim H
money? with large, ,plainly seen morning light,

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

sails The for day Europe after that attention Christmas should ship be on and off for ten-stops short in either call at a nudge from

called to the fact that thousands of you. He took the Blue Ribbon at the Fair. See special display I

children in this country will have today in our window.
: mighty little of Christmas joy.

The Clearwater o Sun has the goodson CO.

Frank M. Thomas-who claims to

be making an auto trip through the .
North to boost Florida-with whichto T. H. EVANSJEWELER

show him up properly. If anyone
in Orlando or Orange county investedin DEPARTMENTAL STORE 1

Thomas' auto trip, they can obtain
some valuable information regardinghim
by calling at this office and read- ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

" ing a copy of a letter written to Edt Orlando Orange Avenue Florida

itor Powell of the Sun by the ex-

t_ mayor of Dade City where Thomas .
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-- .-. Mr,. Chas., R.,hard,. of, Greenville!!, MlilMMMMMflMMIIMIIFAVORTE. ANOTHER BEAUTIFUL HOME '** iMBi
S. c., is spending today in Orlando, a FOR WINTER PARK ir

WADE. ..' guest at the, San Juan. THEATRE : ; GET IT AT ALLEN'S U

): THE TUNER Mr. II. C. Russell, of New Orleans, Hanner Brothers, the enterprising

/ ) ORLANDO FLA. is among the guests at the' San Juan I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I contractors, have the contract for

today. ,Admission 5 cent erecting a handsome dwelling at Winter -
Park for Mr. D. Bachelor. The
The electric signs on Orange avenue
building will be constructed of brick
Get night from I have received an attractive addition iMIMIIIMililllliMI 4 <
your supper Friday I and will cost about $6,500, and when
the fish pond at M. Overstreet's.. in the sign of the Western Union Tel- TODAY'S PROGRAM "CAROLINA"
completed will be one of the most attractive -
Mrs. Julia McCredie and son, Mr. egraph company. --
homes in the college city.
Eclair. In three Anotherone "The Carolina"Is
Mrs. M. J. Dean, who is spendingthe parts.
Hugh McCredie, are visiting relativesin fl
of those three-reel Eclair featuresfor The material for the building was or- 1
Orlando.-Ocala Star. winter in Orlando with her son, five cents, entitled "The Secretof dered yesterday by Hanner Brothersand
Mr. J. L. Dean, is visiting Mrs. C. :M. the Well." j jI
a pattern of heavy {
Hon. and Mrs. G. J. Strozier, of the work of construction will be- I i
Clarke, at Oviedo, for a few days. Reliance. "The House of Pretense.
Winter Garden, were among the wel- Four reels for five cents. gin as soon as it arrives. '
come visitors to Orlando yesterday.Dr. :Mr. Chas. P. Willets arrived in -r sterling silver, modest

J. F. Maddox arrived yesterdayfrom Orlando last night from Moorstown ROSALIND CLUB HOLDS AFTERNOON TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR
and beautiful
N. J., and will spend several days in TEA pieces are
a well spent summer in and

around his old home, Shelbyville, Ind. this section. SALE-30 spring pullets. G. A., furnished bright, rich -
Mrs. M. E. Campin returned yes- Mr. J. L. Dean, proprietor of the The Rosalind Club held their weekly Box 47, Route 2. 10-30-3t

terday afternoon from Rochester, N. I City Drug Store, has had a pretty I I social afternoon yesterday at the V and resplendent in their .

Y., where she has spent the summer. I electric sign placed in front of his club house and a delightful entertain- WANTED-Will buy from owner, 3
place of business. The City Drug ment was arranged. The committeein to 5 acres of first class truck land; reflecting surfaces. '1
Mrs. Winnie Hodgman-Dunaway, a Store is the only all night drug store I I charge was Miss May Kilmer, must be within one mile from town, 1I
popular and efficient nurse, was in and cheap. J. G., care Sentinel. t
in Orlando and the sign bears the chairman, and Mrs. LeRoy Giles, Mrs. 10-30-3t
Orlando for a while yesterday from "John Hancock"made
words: "Drugs-Open All Night. John Jones and Mrs. Beardall. The n fl 1
her home in Haines City.
:Mrs. Sylvan :McElroy and handsome club house was decorated with goldenrod FOUND-Pocketbook containing sum
Mr. S. W. Eldredge, Apoka's efficient little son were joined in this city and asparagus fern and presenteda of money. Owner can have same in sterling silver
and by proving property and paying for I
postmaster a leading mer-
:Monday by Dr. Sylvan McElroy, who very beautiful appearance. There li
this notice. Apply Box 11, E., R. F. beautifully
chant, several hours in Orlando ornamented
spent I has been for some time in Rochester, were six tables of cards, while many D., Route 1. It !
yesterday.Mr. .of the other ladies sat around chat-
Minn. They returned to their homein and finished
with I
and Mrs. W. R. O'Neal returned I Orlando yesterday, motoring ting. The lady with the highest score FOR SALE-We are going to sell 3 carefulness -

yesterday afternoon on the Tampa through the country in their big ma- was Mrs. Hamilton Johnson, and she Rood young mules worth the money. l of detail
and
Call at one-half mile east of Conway -an
Special from Indianapolis, Ind., whereMr. chine.-Ocala Star. was presented with a beautiful silver store, or address Wm. V. Lear Or-

O'Neal had been on business. Wright Carter, popular member of photograph case. Delicious refresh- lando, Fla. 10-30-6t ;;;;,j I air of elegance. 4j I

Mrs. W. A. Hart, who has been visiting the police force, has recovered from a I ments consisting of a salad course
her sister, Mrs. J. W. Bass, on recent accident and is able to be out and tea were served.IS II. Kanner's great sale continues II s We have a complete 0

East street, left yesterday for her again, but is compelled to use a stout LONGING FOR ORLANDO'SSUNNY until November 1st. 11-tf stock of these two pat- :
home in Cocoa. I \
pair of crutches. He was cranking a DAYS AND WARM - -- -

Harry Phipps, the popular com launch down the bay several monthsago WEATHERA ;'itiliilliMliillMMIMiMj terns.

mercial agent for the Southern Rail-, when his foot was mashed by the

way, with headquarters in Tampa propeller shaft.Tampa Tribune.Mr. letter received yesterday from I I "John Hancock" 'Carolina"

was in Orlando yesterday in the interest and Mrs. Wm. II. Glenn, of In- Mr. Ira W. Leach, dated Petosky, ?McCULlOCU'SDepartment V

of his road. dianapolis, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. W. Mich., October 26th, says: .11eii &; Co.

Mr. N. A. Cliff, one of Orlando's C. Essington, of Noblesville, Ind., arrived "I received the Sentinel this morn- ,

oldest and popular winter visitors, returned in Orlando yesterday afternoonand ing and while I was reading it my n JEWELERS
afternoon from the will make this their home. j : Store !
yesterday city mind was in Orlando. Outside hereit :
North. As usual he will make his Mr. Glenn and Mr. Essington are is snowing and we are having an ;; RELIABLE REPAIRING. "EVERYTHING G GUARANTEED."

home at the Lake View. I practical and experienced newspapermen old fashioned blizzard, and it makesme

Messrs. S. II. Atha, Fred B. Dale I the former being with the Indianapolis think of Orlando, the sunshine "-ss a roggri lJkM

and A. D. Wells spent yesterday in I 1 Star and the latter with city. But we appreciate reading the ; : Jelly Tumblers : :

Lake county, in the vicinity of Lees- j the Daily Ledger, Noblesville. Orlando Sentinel still more when we think CMtfr MM

burg, on business. They motoredover extends them a warm welcome. how you are enjoying yourselves in

yesterday morning Mr. Atha'scar II One of the most attractive spots in the Sunny South while we are eatingsnow Fruit Jars SCHOOL DA s LUNCHESORDER

returning last night. Orlando is the studio of Miss Anna balls in place of oranges. But :

Mrs. K. Grundler and daughter, Echols in the Watkins block. MissEchols we will soon be there with you and f

Miss: Sophia, returned yesterday afternoon -[ is a real artist and her beau- help you enjoy the beauties of Or- all kinds .

from Lowell, Mass., where tiful paintings, landscape, portraitand lando."

they spent the summer. Miss Sophiais I decorative, are the envy of all
the efficient stenographer in the who behold them. Her studio is neat- BIG EXHIBITION OF FRUITS AND

office of Mr. S. J. Sligh. ly fitted up and she has many exam- VEGETABLESWe PreservinR KettlesSouth

Miss Lillian Varnell, who is visiting ples of her handiwork on display, at- extend a cordial invitation to :I
tracting a constant stream of visitors everyone to call at our store onOrange
and :Miss Zelma
Mrs. Gorda Johnson, I Duck-
those who the avenue (formerly ;t
Lewter, of Orlando, who is a guest of among appreciate worth's shoe store) and see the largest Orange Avenue
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Holshouser, are beauties of art. and best collection of fruit, vege- I 11

enjoying the day in Bradentown.;, Rev. E. E. Gordon, who has spent tables, etc., ever under one roof in f llttttfMf tMMMf +

St. Petersburg Independent. j j the summer in Illinois, is expected to Orlando.Five hundred baskets. New York WMUUU[ ...XtosW/ TODAY ,f
arrive in Orlando on Saturday. In 20 cents a basket first class 11
Mr. and Mrs. Powell are in the city grapes ; i _
; case she reaches here on time it has I California Tokay grapes, 15 cents a VENEER CORESALL Pimento Cheese
from DeLand visiting their daughter, i Potted Ham, Potted Beef, Deviled !
barrels of
pound fifty good apples
I
been arranged to open Unity Chapel I ;
Mrs. J. II. Dean. They will remain 30 and 35 cents a peck pineapples I
for the first service of the season on ; pears LENGTHS AND ANY h, Sardines, Deviled Ham, Peanut Butter, Cakes, Crackers -
stock first j
over Sunday. Mr. Powell is manager Red Spanish, fine ; QUANTITY
i Sunday morning, November 1st, at 11 class bananas ripe, 20 cents a dozen; for October.
of the DeLand telephone system, Special prices Pickles, etc. Everything for School Lunches.
o'clock. All Unitarians and other liberal good cooking pears, 30 cents a peck; Stock up before cold weather.
while Mr. Dean occupies a like posi-i
Christians, and those who are sickle pears in baskets, 30 cents a FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
tion here. | basket; citrus fruit, grapefruit 30 Also
not in the habit of attending church I I
Mr. P. L. Starbird, one of Apop-j cents a dozen; tangerines and oranges OAK WOOD !
and are not bound by sectarian ties, 15 cents a dozen, $1 for 100;
THE
ka's representative citizens, was i are cordially invited to attend, and limes, first class, 6 cents a dozen; Orlando Wood YardB. SANITARY GROCERY
among the visitors to Orlando yester- ': almonds pecans English walnuts
in the habit of attend-
day. He reports his brother, Mr. A. | get regularly Brazil nuts filberts, fresh stock, 25 W. Kingsley, Proprietor : CARUTHERS & GORE
much ing service in Unity Chapel. cents a pound; eggs, 30 cents a dozen; PINE STREET AND R. R.
C. Starbird as being very improved sweet potatoes, 35 cents a peck; Irish Telephone 344 ; Phone 200 :
which is very gratifying news j FOR SALE-Ten acres; cultivated; I potatoes, 30 cents a peck; alligator 9-30 I
6 & 8 E. Pine StreetMMMilMlfliOMMMOMMMO
to his many friends. young grove and some bearing ; pears; cranberries, 10 cents a quart;
Mr. C. F. Thompson, of Spartan-j trees; garden crop started; five room I vegetables, tomatoes beans cukes, IIMBMCIMM .. :
cabbage lettuce, okra squashes,
house new barn and farm ,
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ments; located on Winter I dozen string ltailM8tMCHH99IHIIIIIIIIIIMIO9MM6 . .' . . . .. .L. :
to his family, who have been making and Fern Creek avenue. Must be sold rots; lemons, 15 cents a 15; !.o' II I I . I . . t . . I . . . .+ '
their home in this city for some ; soon. G. A., Box 47, Route 2. beans 10 cents, two quarts cents .
10-30-6t three quarts, 25 cents; eggs, selected,
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months. Mr. Thompson is one of the 35 cents.

leading merchants in his city, but is I j Prices the lowest quality the best.N. e
very much in love with Orlando and I' Come--See-EnjoyHOWARD'S FRANCISCO. (i/

may invest. ) UNIQUE CHILDREN'SEXHIBITION Friday 10302tOSTEOPATHY and Saturday. Phone 609. ,

Mr. D. A. Cooper, of the real es- >! Friday, Oct. 30, to Monday, Nov. 2.
tate firm of Cooper & Atha, has I have put in a great deal of time and i
skill in making up a large collectionof I
fine at his
grown some mighty pecans
children's portraits for a special
home, 404 East Pine street, and the I exhibition to be given on above dates. i I
Sentinel is under obligations for evidence A number of these are character pic-'I -
of their merits. Pecan grow-;i tures and well worth jour while to I, DR. J. C .HOWELL Y
see. Everybody welcome. It costs no
ing is not very extensive around Or- money. You need buy nothing. Sim- Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo
lando at present, but they do exceptionally -;( ply look.
well here and in time no Don't Miss This. extra charge for house treatment

doubt they will be grown on a large HOWARD'S Orange PHOTO Avenue.STUDIO. I i I Telephone connections I

scale. 10-28-5t ,I Office cor. Orange and Central Ave

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PEOPLE'S WANTS NICE 10-25-tf te adults LARGE only.FURNISHED 409 Delaney ROOM street,I l. umber, La-chs and Shingles



i MUNNIMAKEKS A. W. DOWDELL plasterer mason
and cement worker. 516 W. ChurchSt.
Notice .( Lost Wanted. For Smle. For .ff
Phone 420. 10-25-lm
Rrnt. eta. for this column. 25e. for one day.
SOc. for three days or $1.00 for one ,,wtck for f
25 words or 1_ Money mast accompany Don't wait for every one in town to
the advertisements for this column, as no have Entrican, the painter before t
insertion will be made on credit. you try. Am too busy to look you
up. Phone 636, and I will be on the oRL-AN: DO ,
FOR SALE-Good] boat wagon; can job. 1-20-tf It
be used for hunting; cheap. II. C. t
McDaniel. 10-23-1m Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf

FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime

Wakefield. $1.00 per thousand. T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. _. .
Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. --- --
Conscientious work at fair prices. :
What $2750 10-28-tf Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf . . . . . . & 1.I.III".DI.IIQel. . .
r. . > > . > **. .. . "III.'II.1.1..e.'I.I.
I FOR SALE CHEAP-Pair of young
mules, 16 hands, well broken and FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKINGAt :
Will Buy sound. Write or call, Geo. Worthley,
on Cummings place on Apopka road, 208 East Robinson avenue. :Misses :s-o-SIt.'JESS
i: two miles out. 10-27-3t Berke, formerly with Miss Hovermale.

f Let us show you-Why not 103lmDressmaking :
FOR RENT-Five room house, prac- ,
rent into the
put -
money
pur- tically new. Inquire Hand's Fur-
!' chase of a home ? Where is niture Store, Pine street. 10-20-tf
f the economy in paying out Important friendships result from the right introduction, and
FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with :
perfectly good
t month for rent,money when every these Lake garage Lucerne.; elegantly Jas. A.furnished Knox. ; on Mrs. R. S. Cohoon has : the most important ones come through the right banking con-

'; same good dollars can actually 8-27-tf resumed her dressmak- : nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We
be saved ? To buy is to put -
the rent money back into FOR SALE-Two good mules, one ing and is now located : invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-
your own pocket.We black and one bay; must be sold at in Room 4, Way building, :
once. Price $150 for the pair. Apply where est is taken in depositor.ORLANDO .
can show you new houses Max Isen, 601 West Church street. on Orange avenue, : every
t'I good size lot, all close in, 10-29-3t she cordially invites all :

-all modern conveniences, ladies needing anything :
FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts.
ready to occupy. Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas- in the wearing apparel : BANK & TRUST CO.
. Call at office will tle. 9-18-tf
our we
line to call and see her. :
gladly furnish detailed in
formation. FOR SALE-A good Roll Top

tle.Desk Call and Chair.on W. Been C. Sherman used very, Rock lit- : ::::::: MIIMMDMMillMMIIiMMItiMMiMJJCLOTHING :::::

i; ORLANDO BOWS LAND CO Building, opposite San Jua Hotel. Don't fail to see I - -
10-8-tf '.0",1.,1".1 . , . . .
t II North Orange Avenue FOR -SALE-One- -Underwood-- type- TheWaldeckerFisbCoFOR . . . . ..... .11. . . . . . . ..

writer in good condition; one Bur-
. PHONE 608 rough's adding machine, used only FISH AND OYSTERS
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL two months, and one Reading stand- I 1-
t ard motorcycle, in good shape. Bar- Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP.

gains on quick sale. Call or address, M. and W. O. COX
FRED B. DALEC. J. C. Sigler, Winter Park, Fla.
H. BRYANT 10-9-tf 10-23-tf
DAVIS A GILES. Counsel.
1 F. A. PEPPERCORN, Contractor. FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine
1 hammock land; eight in grove; the Real Estate Boughtand Our new stock of
present crop of oranges will be from
( 750 to 1.000 boxes; 500 trees all told,
FOR THIS WEEK ready for tting-l0 acres in lake, Sold.City .
one and quarter miles from Apopka.
Price, $5,000. Address W. H., Box Fall and Winter
fresh from Clothing |
35 Eggs cents,Eggs per,dozen. the country, 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash

Best Baldwin Apples, 40 cents perpeck. FOR SALE-Or trade for real estate and $1.00 per week buys a Lot
a five-passenger automobile in
nice shape. Address No. 112 West RENTS COLLECTED.
Pears for cooking, 40 cents per peck. Church street, city. 10-4-lm Made by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in
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Fruit of all kinds to suit your
pocket. FOR SALE-A fine young Jersey N. P. HATCHER
baskets milk cow, perfectly gentle, and and we are anxious for to see our
Grapes, pony 19 cents. gives from 12 to 14 quarts of milk you
Chestnuts from the hills, 15 cents lb. per day. Only reason for selling is'' ORLANDO,FLORIDA
' Bananas, 10 and 20 cents per doz. that I have one more than I need. New Styles and high class tailoring. Best
Lemons, imported, 15 cents doz. Address or call at 29 Bryan street. Office at Pinehurst ParkP. ,

Call and see where you can buy the 10-25-6t O. Box 281
place in the city to buy clothing.
most for the least money. Quality FOR SALE OR RENTBeautifulnew 10-8-lm
guaranteed.THE cottage, Highland avenue and
Park lake, in Sunshine Park. R.
ORLANDO SPECIALTY CO. Bruce Perry, at Water Works.
109 West Church Street 10-25-lm. Wood Wood WoodExcellent

10-7-tf WM S1LFMON%
FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice
Core Pine Wood Sup- .
GREECE ENTERS TROUBLE ly furnished rooms; gas, separate
bath; new house; adults only; reduc-
tion to yearly tennant. 604 Magnolia! plied in any quantity
London, Oct. 27.-The Greek gov- avenue. 10( -2v-tf: .'.IIMMMIimilllMIMIIIMlMM llltmiHMMC. MM M . > M 11 M!
ernment has announced to the powersits .I..8.r. a. ... t.,1. .
intention of provisionally occupy- FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice- SPECIAL PRICES OX FIVE
ly furnished rooms; gas, separate
ing northern Epirus, owing to the necessity bath; new house; adults only. 604 STRANDS OR MORE o c M MAxmin&ter 4+t!
of suppressing the anarchy Magnolia avenue. 10-25-tf

prevailing there as the result of the

breakdown of the Albanian govern- FOR housekeeping RENT-,Furnished suite of large for, pleas-light ELDREDG BARLOW \ $0 #J
ment and the of
flight Prince Williamof ant rooms; all modern conveniences; 1I"nrn
Wied. also two nice sleeping rooms; private Telephone 375
family: close in. 312 North Main St.
10-28-6t South Street, near A. C. L.
House for Sale

Practically new; 8 rooms, bath, 2 MISCELLANEOUSMR. Tracks
fire places, electric' lights, gas, butler's Rugs
pantry; street to be bricked; HOME SEEKER-The Rose to 911mOrlando's .
neighborhood first class. Chauncey see for Real estate of Quality, and
Holt, 601 Magnolia avenue. special bargains in all lines, is Clar-

1025eod4tThe ence 10-27-10t W. Rose, 308 North Main street. Big- 9x12 high grade Rugs, former price $25,

trouble lies not in the fact

that man's love for his better half WANTED-Dressmaking all work guaranteed and of prices any kind very, Real Es- sale price $18.75.Remember .
absolves, but he foregoes telling her reasonable. Mrs. J. A. Evans. Phone gest
as he did while coaxing her into 220. No. 200 East Robinson avenue. ..

double harness for the balance of her 10-23-2w tate Bargain all of our goods are fresh from the i i\

lifetime. ANTED-Position by lady with several as stenographer years experience -, factories. We do not buy old furniture stores out !!
; references if desired. AddressN.

hear Every a man once say in he so has often lost confidencein you will II., care Sentinel. 10-25-tf 3 acres on one of the main streets and ship the goods here and try to palm the goodsoff j

all women. It happens sometimes POSITION in shoe, gents'WANTED-As salesman that will be paved by Christmes. Cor- for new and fresh stock. ; ;
furnishing
or dry
for a few days and then he places
goods and notion store, by man with ner property and is set to Grapefruit,
confidence with another. experience. Good references. Salesman
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10-27-3t, care Dixie, Lucerne Circle. Oranges, Tangerines and Pecans, all We give coupons with all cash sales. ;

I Give your ad. a chance to make in bearing. Good Four Room Bung-

good-run it in the Sentinel. TIIREE ROOMS AND BATH, fur- alow furnished. Good Garage and
nished or unfurnished, for light
housekeeping; electric lights; new Barn. Owner leaving the countryand
For Sale-Silver Cluster Grape house. Phone Johnson, 67. 24-6t
Fruit and Valencia late orange buds. will sacrifice this property at

years Vigorous old.9232m .stock, SOC 1 year; 75c 2 lector WANTED, apply Salesman to Singer Sewing and Col-Machine only $4000. r Kincaid & Snowden i

H. C. McDA 'UEL. Co., Orlando, Fla. 10-14-tf

FOR SALE BY H. C. .McDANIEL FURNISHED ROOMS-If you are in Cooper Atha
search of rooms, furnished or un- Low Priced Furniture House. <
7 Room stucco cottage, near Eola; furnished, call on or address F. E. 114 South Orange Ave.. Ground Floor j I
located right; built right; will be sold Taylor, 1008 Hughey. lie can supply
right. your wants. Any number of roomson Phone No. 311 Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, i
21 of Orlando's most desirable any floor. Apartments to please Floridat
building lots, Lake Eola will be --
sold only to people near agreeing;to build every one. 10-24-6t 1. . t! !:::::: ;; "- ""-""" *i'i'il* : : :' : : : : :: : : : : :: :444.CORDON'S :
houses in keeping with the location. FURNISHED ROOMS and board, for - -
10 Acres north side of Lake U.C.V. Reunion '
on six adults. Address Kentucky Home,
Ixanhoe overlooking Orlando; all! 511 Palmer street, Orlando, Lake a r A. B. MOORE '
cleared; suited for a home site; good Cherokee. 10-17-lm LAKELAND CARRIAGEAND /?/ >
land. : ,
18 1-2 Acres land, about 17 acres in WANTED I '4 Plain and Decorative Painting
5 old budded grapefruit and TO EXCHANGE a large -
year or-
Shetland I OCTOBER 28-30 I
for
pony a larger horse.
,- anges; 21-2 miles from city limits; Reel's Steam Laundry, 814 N. Paperhanging and Kalsominin
Orange
overlooks 4 lakes nothing better in
Florida for the price.; avenue, or phone 654. 929tiREEL'S : Low Rate Excursion Tickets BAGGAGE E TRANSfERL DR. L. H. RAMSDELu First-class work jrood material and
10-23-1m will be sold October 26272829 OPTOMETRIST reasonable prices. .No j b too large
STEAM LAUNDRY has add- with final limit November I or too small. Drop me a postal, and
ed the latest collar ironing machin- I (Successor to Dr. O. P. Likiiu)
will talk it
FOR SALEs we over.
T. HARRELL. Prop.
erv; guaranteed not to tear; every 2nd.ATLANTIC ORLANDO. FLORIDAWE
collar turned by hand; one trial and COAST LINE
Nursery stocx, one, two, three and you will always be my customer. Standard Railroad of the SouthA. Piano and Furniture FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES A. B. MOOREP.
four year old buds; 1 foster Early, Reel's Steam Laundry (for whites W. FRITOT, D.P.A. ,
Pineapple, Java, Homosassa. Wash only). Phone 654. 10-24-6t 138 west Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. Moving a Specialty AND DO ALL KINDS OF 0. Box 524, Orlando
Nye Address Mrs. M.Kahle, J. G. KIRKLAND
fezton I D.P.A.
Apopka Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-U Get the news in the Sentinel first. IHllsboro Hotel Tampa, Fla. 8 E. Church St. PHONE 487 OPTICAL REPAIRING 10-9-lv


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Taft, Fla., Oct.-28.-Harvey Rae, I
THE OLD RELIABLE <<
Lyman Bowman and C. A. Tompkinswere

in Orlando last Wednesday. Mr. r.r;-
Rae took the train from there for DANN'S TRANSFER
Lockhart.
Last Saturday was clean-up day on \ Dr. B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
the school grounds. We had a fairly
good crowd of public spirited citizens,
but we, like every community, have a Livery, Draying and HaulingWE
few stay-at-homes, who are willing
that the other fellow should do the
work, while they get equal benefit
GUARANTEE GOOD
from it without any effort on their SERVICE
part, only to criticise the improve- i
ments that are made by others. Nev-
ertheless the school yard now pre- AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK

sents a vets attractive appearanceand >I';. .-
with the school building, is an
ornament to the town. Some day,not Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited -.;::..=

far distant, we hope to have the en-
tire square cleaned up and fenced, and HORSES FOR SALE 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON
made into a beautiful park.
Mr. and Mrs. A.*. Wright, of Or- 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
lando, and Mr.and Mrs. C.J. Holdorf, 11 HJrsep:>wer GUARANTEED 3'Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic
of Winter Park, were guests of Mechanical Oil Pump, Step'Starter and 66 Refinements]
friends here last Sunday.We .

have good authority for the -- --------- SN7 5.00
statement that the novelty works are
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under '
to start again soon an entirelynew 129 Orange Ave.
management, and this time with- : f Wright & Hilpert ,
out running on "hot air." : t 9 Orlando, Fla.
Mrs. II. D. Baggerly, who has been : The E EoIa Paokiu
C CoffipallyPackers iM. a .
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. U III II I ; I a 1111 II III DlIIIIIIIIIIIII II t+>

W. E. Murphy, for a few weeks, left : .II11- I J 1111 1I1111 (j III II j, II II.. _II . II II U i III 11111 U II II I Ie II I II.....-.-.
on the train Sunday evening for her : .+laQIIIIIOllallllll"III 9 IIIIIIIIIIIIIII"II 1 I'11111.,11111111181111101.1.
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home in Tampa.
a. new porch is being built on the :
east side of the Filbert block, which :
will be quite an improvement both for : and Shippers of Citrus

convenience S. Bright has and his appearance.new house nearly .: Fruits and Vegetables. t t tAll
VIA TER HEATER WEEK
enclosed and soon will have a new :
house to live in. : I will operate alone under above name and shall appreciate -
The new Sphaler block and the late I the business of all who have and any who have
additions, also the postoffice building : not patronized me in the last three years. For informa-
have all been treated to a coat of : tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossingof
paint and now are in the A No.1 : I
class. Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure this Week at our Office

Mr. Kramer, who came here recently : building, which I am equipping with Mauld's latest ma-
is a hustler. lie already has the : chinery and can consequently give you same service
lots cleared and plowed ready to plant : which has always spoken for itself.
No. 5 N. AvenueA
his Mr. also has his Orange
garden. Avery :
My efforts will be to sell all Dossible before resortingto
lots cleared up and soon will be rais r
distribution. I
ing "garden sass." lie is preparing :
to build. !i:
S. B. Vaughn, who has been spend- .: W. A. DADE, Gen. Manager.
ing the past summer at Battle Creek,
Mich., Seattle, Wash., and other : 9-18-2 m
places, returned to his 1'aft home last : Special Agent will Demonstrate
Sunday for the winter. MMMMIIMIttimilMIMCillMM
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Maitland, Fla., Oct. 28..Miss Koko- F
szynska, who was obliged to leave :
CHASE & CO
here for New York a year ago on Automatic Gas Water Heater
account of serious illness, has returned -
much improved in health and J PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDO |

is now movement at Dommerich.The of fruit. in this sec- Is modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- You are invited to call and see this dem-

tion was started by the Maitland date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the

Packing company this week. I j PROPER PACKING onstration and to inspect our display of :
We note with pleasure that the j
I FIRST AID TO
town council by a unanimous vote has Ranges and Heaters.ORLANDO 1
HIGHEST PRICES
granted a franchise for electric lightsLet

us hope that not only the streets I which, however, would not accomplish the end desired !
but also the homes may have the ben- ; by the grower, if he did not also have available the ser- 1=
efit of this much needed modern necessity vices

While at Mr.once.Braxton Galloway, the ofTHE CHASE & CO WATER & LIGHT CO.

new son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl II. Gal-
loway, is not as yet a voter we feel
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sure the census taker will not over-
look him. He is a welcome addition which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, expe-
to our town.OBSERVED. rienced, competent and reliable. ,.. " '" {!
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GIVES THE GROWER
TOTAL ECLIPSE OF
SUN FROM AEROPLANE HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS LIST YOUR PROPERTYwith LAUNDRY BUYERS AND SELLERSI

me now, while I have the timeto Your general laundry work, French buy, sell, rent, and exchange real
Boston, Mass., Oct. 27.-A total CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED look it over and familiarize myself' dry cleaning, and pressing will be ap estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla,
eclipse of the sun was observed from I GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTSCHASE with the talking points. I made the preciated. Satisfaction and service over 30 years. Have handled over
an aeroplane at Kieff, Russia, on Au- largest number of sales last winter guaranteed. Open September 28th. $20,000,000. Call and see me.
and! expect to do even better this win- Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry, 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
gust 20 by Prof. David S. Todd the & CO.4t ter. My prospects are beginnig to ar- for whites only. 9-25-tf
Amserst college astronomer, who arrived rive, and it might cause you to losea If
today from Liverpool on the Main Office, Jacksonville, Florida sale by putting it off. Call todayat Up to date painting, papering, etc, you have subscribed for the Sentinel -
steamer Canadian. The totality of A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. my new offices in the Watkins is the kind you want. Where to get and are not receiving your pa- ,
the eclipse lasted two minutes, four i 9-30-d&w J.f :;l.1 building WALTER and list W.your ROSE property., it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. per, you will do a favor by notifying ;
teen seconds. -- --.- .. Entriean. 1-20-tf at .
us once.r
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Fifteen wounded were also

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Austrians Take 100,000 Prisoners I

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Berlin, via wireless to London,

Oct. 29.-Special.-At( Ivan- I 11

gorod the Austrians have taken
For To-day
one hundred thousand Russian

and other prisoners and nineteen machine I
Tomorrow every day yoj'II fi 11a.

check account with the State Bank mihty! guns. German airships flyingover
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Warsaw, have dropped DO YOU
'UvJDE::tS'l".L\pJD
handy in keeping an accurate record of y >ur .
bombs on the railway station

Iloneyaffairs. causing its destruction by fire. *
How you can personally l>e b llefit-{
Take note-how many business men
HALLOWE'EN PARTY AT METII- teal by tilt advantages accruing to
pay you in cash? Very tew-for businessmen .: i

cannot take chances by carrying m >ney ODis" CHURCH the commmunity by A

about. The safe way is the business-like i A Hallowe'en party was given last 4

way-our bank checks. night in the Methodist Sunday school The Federal] Reserve Act ?

the Epworth League. Previous
rooms by -
;, Try paying with checks. I
to the festivities an addresswas
Call, telephone or write and
will
ws
made by Rev. L. F. Chapman, ,

The State Bank of Orlando I in which he outlined the aims and mail our booklet---just out---which .

purposes of the Epworth League and t. explains this act and
: fully clearly.
gave a helpful and instructive talk. ;
: Later the guests were shown to the :,. : .
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!rooms which were decorated in true .'. .
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',Hallowe'en fashion, and where many .. ,-..: ''.
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Hallowe'en games were enjoyed. :: = .' .
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selves to the utmost, apparently from < : '
--- -- ---- the shrieks of laughter that they gave r' ; :
{ SWISS-AMERICANS RESPONDING fund collected by the Swiss minister. 1 forth, and a great amount of credit \ ;i<
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TO THEIR COUNTRY'S Dr. Paul Ritter. :
and Mrs.
I must be given to Mr.
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NEEDS Trade in Switzerland is naturally JBenschbach I the chairmen of the social : ..

affected by the war, but conditionsare I committee, for the most enjoyable -

Washington Oct. 29.-Swiss-Amer- steadily improving it was stated evening that they arranged. It

ieans in the United States have loyally at the legation today and there seems was decided that Miss Eliza Wrightand ))71i 'O

answered the call for aid of their little possibility that the neutrality of Mr. Stuart Gould should accom- ; .

fellow countrymen who are innocent tha country will be violated. : pany Rev. L. P. Chapman to Titus-

sufferers from the effects of the war. ville today to attend the Miami district -
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Eighty-one thousand dollars alreadyhas great '. ..>.. .i :::;':.".:':', "
been contributed to the relief until November 1st. 11-ti League. ... ..

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OSCAR HAND & SON GREAT CLEARANCE SALE NOW ONYou



must hurry to enjoy the feast of bargains at this Sale. Nothing Reserved. Entire stock of NEW FURNITURE, CARPETS RUGS CROCKERY AND GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHINGS art included at the BIG



Discount of 25 per ct. ; some 20 per ct., 15 per ct. and 10 per et,


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off usual Low Prices. Come in now while the stock is unbroken, 'twill pay jou.OSCAR .



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is not only a formal showing of new Fall Goods and the THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPREHENSIVE: EXPOSI- MESSALINE SATINS, a soft dress satin rich in
latest and most correct fashions, but a sale of decided money sav- TION IT HAS BEEN OUR PLEASURE TO PRESENT. The I I colors and quality all the new and wanted shades,36 SSe
ing possibilities as well; the importance of which cannot be too most exclusive models; the best values at the commence of the sea- inches wide $1.00 quality ___________nnnnn__
strongly emphasized. You are always sure of the lowest pricesat son; the widest choice and the most fascinating styles in Coats CRYSTAL BENGALINE this soft and rich cord tfjO
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 at______ ___ kp *.00.
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 thinkwe $15.00 Coats Special for this Sale______________________ $12.75 CREAM SERGE 56 inches wide, strickly all wool
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 l priced $J f\f\
of profit.Ve know we save you money-we want you to $25.00 Coats Special for this Sale______________________ 19.75 at__ _________ ____________________________________ .
know it. "Good Goods at lowest prices at all times" is our Motto. $30.00 Coats, Special for this Sale_________________-_ 21.75 SERGES all wool, 54 inches wide, in
Innumerable money saving chances all over the store will sub- $35.00 Coats Special for this Sale____________________ 28.75 and black, really worth $1.50, special at_cream______,_navy____ $1.25 I
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
HIGH GRADE SUITS AND COATS. HUNDREDS OF NEW chiffon finished, sponged and shrunk all the new
NEW SILKS AND DRESS GOODS. shades atSATIN :__ __ _____ $1.50
AND BECOMING SUITS AND DRESSES.__ Here you will find ----- -------- --- --- -- -- -- -
I beautiful duplicates of Paris Models, brought out of the City of Our utmost energies were bent upon securing for you excep- BROAD CLOTHS Chiffon weight sponged
tionally good values that this initial sale be
Style just before the war.. These reproductions are better than may a brilliant suc- and shrunk, soft and graceful, 54 inches wide a
The reward of be
/ the which originals make the because more attention attractive.is given to smallest details merchandise cess. we offer and our the efforts price can we best offer them determined at. You by are the very superior quality in black only__________________ $2.50
styles more
E the judges,, and we have no doubt but what you will pronounce SHEPHERD CHECKS in all wool suitings -
: 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
I 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
f REDINGOTE MODEL SUITS. Faced Fabrics take first place with Dame Fashion; afabric grounds with Black Lilac Blue and Pink designs; also

+ All ultra smart; the You coats with the long chance military lines THE being $2.50 quality of deep for shimmering__shades,__40__inches_wide,$2.2 9 small greys designs Wistarias at, _Copenhagens____________and____Navy______ground________with___ SOe
t extremely popular. are taking no at BIG -------- ------ -- ------ -----
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.
t stocks and as a result you have the most approved styles for silk store;; a fabric adaptable to the mode of the moment 25
[ the coming fall and winter. 40 inches wide priced at $1.00 and____________ $1 TABLE NUMBER 1. Wool Dress Goods in plain
colors plaids and fancy weaves, 65 and 75 cent values QQ
f The materials are Broad Cloth, Serge, Wool Poplin Garba- CREPE DE CHINE, the new Crepe De Chines are extra special at____________________________________ ->c7C
dine. Diagonals and Novelty effects in all the wanted shades our here: rich in colorings and superior quality 40 inches
t regular wide $1.75 quality for______________________________ $148 TABLE NUMBER 2. Wool Dress Goods in Alba-
trous Serges, Shepherd Checks and
$25.00 models specially priced at________________________ $19.75 Fancy Weaves 48c
75c to 85c values extra special at__________________
$20.00 and 22.50 models, specially priced at____________ 17.75 $1.50 quality for --------__________________________ $1.39TAFFETA J
$15.00 models Specially priced at______________________ 12.75 SILKS, dye chiffon finish as soft TABLE NUMBER 3. This lot consists of Serges,
$.'50.00 models specially priced at-_______________________ 24.75 as satin rich colorings,pure new tinted evening shades, 36 tfjl Wool Taffeta: plain and fancy weaves, $1.25 values
$35.00models specially priced at________________________ 28.75 inches wide $1.50 quality at________________________ *P i .00 extra special at_________________________.___.______ SSe
$$40.00models specially priced at________________________ 32.50
$50.00 models specially priced at______________________ 39.75 $1.75 quality at $1.48 POPLINS in Cotton all the new shades, in plain 25e
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