The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00174
 Material Information
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 31, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00174
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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;N 7. .. :'indorsed for Commander Portuguese Story Tells of Kill- Prediction of H. W. Lake, of I Military Experts Declare That WOUNDED LEFT ON THE

fef After General Lawd ing of Three German In- Asbury Park, N. J., Who Is New Foe Will Greatly In-
Declined to Acv, apt vaders of Angola a Perpetual Booster I terfere With Russian

( Endorsement "** Province for Orlando"I Campaign in East

.n ;Y PL'. i'' .i... "in\) 11.tl\' I BOER REBELLION CRUSHED
jnd, Fla., Oct. 30.-With the Berlin, by wireless, Oct. 30.The never saw so many people com- Washington Oct. .-Turkey's entrance -

):f Gen. John H. Roseborough alleged raid of German troops into ing to Florida as are en route south into the field of warlike preparations Preparing
>;.T ; -ah (; Germans
Algola, West Africa, is declared offi- now," declared Mr. H. W. Lake to a thWsh not unexpected, has Naval Baseat
SflrtM \,' ..:.. f<.', ,- lander in chief yesterday af- cially today to be a "flat lie forged in Sentinel representative yesterday I caused a sensation in official circles Zeebrugge-Berlin Dis-

_..,jii =,. :. '........t- and a short business session order to justify Portugal's participation when he called to see that the morn- j here because of its probable far- patch Says Dunkirk Pre-
ring, the twenty-fourth an- in the European war." ing paper is delivered at his home on reaching effect. Pro :ably no ore factor -
.- nion of the Florida division Press information given out in offi- Amelia street. J Ii in the great Eurfpean struggle is paring for a Siege

.- Confederate Veterans came to cial German circles today says: :Mr. Lake has been instrumental, ;, regarded so uncertain in quantity and
} '" this afernoon with the parade "It is believed here that the South each year in making up the party that j quality as the Turkish empire. The Paris, Oct. 30.-(Special.)-

.'-1- -' i heroes of the South. African revolt may take on large comes to Orlando by special car from probability that by yesterday's act of: The British troops, hard pressedby

ir.."- .7"'.. Y'.o-.o-.;. f.. fe veterans their sons and grand- proportions as Generals DeWet and New Jersey points. lIe first came to I war against Russia the Balkan states the fury of the German at-
;.. ,3, the Daughters of the Confed- Beyers are highly respected leaders Orlando seven years ago, and ever may be drawn into the great conflict
.acy, mounted police fire department of the Boer nation. I')since his first visit he has been an thereby cutting off a vast quantity of: tacks levelled against their positions

city officials. a band the boy- "Dr. Rhomberg, formerly counsellorof enthusiastic booster for this place, food supplies, has brought home to along both sides of the

J.&VU& WaV uuu AAU&G }rillie at..UI1- scouts, and Spanish-American war the German embassy at Tokio in having induced no less than seventyfive the officials here the realization of: canal of LaBassee tonight, came

stantinople. According to this;'I veterans made up the imposing pa an interview explains that it is Ja- I I people to either build homes in the interest of the United States in off victorious in one of the hard-

statement Russian torpedo boats rade through Lakeland's streets this pan's aim to free Asia from European Orlando or spend their winters here. this latest development.The est fought battles in the cam-

guarding the exit from the IWsI afternoon and at its close the visitors and American influences and to sub When he first came to Orlando his result of Turkey's entry" upon
paign France.
f phorus into the Black sea, at- i began to depart for their homes.In due China to Japanese supremacy. I health was very poor and to the Flor-]the scene as a belligerent as viewed
the final business session this "The German War Material com ida climate he attributes the length- ;< by military experts here from a pure- Thousands of dead and wounded -

tempted to prevent the Tui kish morning the veterans passed a resolu pany, limited announces that the !ening of his life for many years. Today ly technical point of view, will be to were left on the field when

fleet from leaving the BoPho- tion endorsing the candidacy of Gen. stock of copper in Germany is suffi- I he is hale and hearty and is al- j greatly embarrass Russia at the out.: the Germans were finally driven

rus and entering the BlacK sea> Felix Robinson of Texas, Tor com ciert even for a war lasting a longtime ways glad when the time comes for set. .? .
and a naval engagement followed mander in chief at the election ol >J 'hut private industries also I him to leave his summer home at As-1 1 In official Washington for months

in which two Russian'war 1915. The resolution was introducedby may be Su ir ;sd. bury Park, N. J., for Orlando. The I I j it has been known that the Ottoman official communication -
Gen. E. M. Law of Bartow the S "An Irish we kman writing in an first year or so spent in Orlando Mr. II i government was preparing for mili- reports no new develop-
vessels were sunk- only surviving major general of the Irish newspaper declares Ireland's I Lake stopped at the Wyoming but! tary operations. No dispatches have ments from Dixmude to Nieu- '

This news came from.Amsterdam Confederacy. It carried unanimously, participation in the present war on now he has an attractive home on !, been received from Constantinople i in port, but the official afternoon,
tonight in dispatches which but only after General Law, in a the side of England would not cor respond Amelia street. !!several daysDiplomatic
statement told how the Germans
quote a statement puolisned in speech pregnant with feeling, had de ,with Irish interests." "The train to which our car was representatives here of "
an afternoon pape' at Berlin clined the endorsement and nomina tached, when we entered at-I the allied powers have believed from who remained on the west side-

of the tion of himself for the position. Portuguese Story of German Raid Thursday morning had thirteen the outset that as soon as Turkeyhad of the Yser had been "drowned _
containing details engage-
declares the I The reunion next year will be held I II London, Oct. 30.-A dispatch from man cars attached and they were all fully prepared her army and out" by the Belgians. ; ,
ment. The p-Per at Palatka. Lourenzo Marques East Africa, to filled with people coming to navy for the conflict she would cast New fighting has occurred in
statement hs: been officially issued I Reuter's Telegram company, confirmsthe to either spend the winter or acquire"the die for war.
the vicinity of Rheims according -
at Cclstantin report of a German invasion of permanent homes," said Mr. .
engag' ent the Turkish ships I' following official details regardingthe "more people are planning to j u. S. MARINES ON WA'Y' and also in the region of the
affair: come to Florida than ever before and heights of the Meuse to the
took j e offensive, opening fire A DREAM .
*he Russians refused to "A party of German cavalry composed the coming winter will undoubtedlybe TO HAYTI south of Fresnes in the Woerve-;
whe I of tweiv; :Laropeans and twen the greatest tourist season Florida
I district, but with
per/lit their impeded passage. IN WHICH HE WAS DESIGNATED ty natives crossed the southern bor ever saw. Many others are coming sults. no re-
A later report concerning the der of Angola and arrived at the mil from my section of New Jersey, some -
sme engagement is that four i itary post of Naulila saying they desired with homes here that were not readyto At all other points at whi .

jiussian gunboats and torpedo 1 I I OF THE POLES an interview with the commander. I come in our party, but many more CHASTISE THE BLACK the armies have come in con-
f who will make their first visit to Flor- REPUBLIC tact
bbats were sunk' by the Turks. That Is the Story Printed in a afterwards allies have made prog
"Shortly they were ida winter. Many of the people
Another Constantinople report t I Polish Paper Published WithI about to retire without further who have known me for years and Battleship, Kansas and Trans ress, according to the war office.

that a battle is being i I i the Authority of theI plaining the reason for the visit eX-I([noted my ill health when I first came port Hancock En Route to ;

in the Black sea near I I GermansI a Portuguese officer placed his to Orlando consider me a living testi- Haytien Waters to Pro- Germans Preparing Naval Base ''

fhYS on the German officer's bridle. The mony of the healthfulness of this tect Property and Mounting Big Guns
I I Petrograd via London. Oct. 30.i .- German troopers thereupon raised city and I never miss a chance to
opinion here is that this Rotterdam
Holland Oct.
their weapons but the Portuguese sol speak a good'word for Orlando, and 30.
:i The Gazetta which now is published Washington, Oct. 30. The
Engagement antedated the raid 1 Vie: Germans diers were prepared and fired on the I truthfully I can say that I believe it -Special.-The( ) Germans are j ifl
; Czenstochowa
by the Turkish cruisers Breslau I Russian Poland prints the following party, killing three Germans." 1 the best town in the state." ship Kansas and the transport Hancock concentrating in force at Zee-

-and Hamidieh on the Russiann proclamation which it credits to Em j j I "The only new comers to Orlando with a full regiment of marines brugge the port of Bruges, and

tk sea ports, although the peror William: HAZING: STUDENTS CLEARED ''in our party ariving Thursday night," aboard today were proceedingthrough at Heyst, where for the I last two
I said Mr. Lake "were Mr. Chas. Peterson southern
seas for Haitien
bombardment; of Theodosia and "Poles: You of course rememberhow days they have been placing
Annapolis Did, Oct. 30.-Five stu- ; and Mrs. Crawner and daughter, waters as an additional step for the big 11
once at night the bell of the
Novor silsk was reported at Swiatogorsky monastery began Holy to dents of St. John's college, held under ia I I from Spring Lake the other members protection of American citizens another guns in sand dunes with the I

Petrograd and London first. It ring without human aid and when all 1 murder charge in connection with : being regular winter visitors here." foreigners in that turbulent re muzzles pointed seaward. The I

is assumed that the Turkish the pious people understood that this the death of their classmate Williams J "It is a pleasure" said Mr. Lake public. Port au Prince capital of lighthouses and sluices: of the

fleet was, however, bent upon great and important event had been Bowlus in a hazing escapade were "to note the constant growth of Orlando Hayti, now held by the rebels was canal are strongly guarded.
cleared today by the grand jury. :. and the added the destination of both
the Blark sea raid when halted I signalized by a miracle. 'i improvements vessels the A Dutch merchant
The five boys who had been under' I to call Orlando Kansas having been from
by the Russians posted at the "That event was my decision towage every year. am proud ordered from
mouth of the Bosphorus to prevent war with Russia and to restore $1,500 bail .t ch. are Fendall Mar-j i'j home, and if I could dispose of Vera Cruz and the Hancock from Do- Bruges says the Germans intend -
bury son of William L. Marbury of New advanta- minican waters. to use Zeebrugge naval
just such an act of aggres- to Poland her saints and annex her my Jersey property as a
!I most cultured land to Germany.. Baltimore; Henry L. Valdez of Havana ]: geously I am not certain but that I Orders for the two vessels to proceed base for their fleet, or part of it

sion.Today strong Turkish cavalry I "I had a wondrous dream. To me Cuba; George II. Weaver of would reside here the year around. with all possible speed for the if it can give the British navy
division are reported to have j I appeared the virgin Mary and com- New York, R. A. Jones of Cambridge, The brick paving is a great thing for Haitien waters were sent out by the the: slip.
arrived 'in the neighborhood of I manded me to save her holy convent and John M. Noble of Preston }Id. the city, but the sewerage system is I navy department following' the receipt From I J
Ababah \ on the Red sea, 200 i I" which danger threatened. The jury simply said it had inves- also a great asset to Orlando, and of unofficial advices stating that Zeebrugge it will be ;
Suez I tigated the case and dismissed the will improve the general health,whichI Davilmar Theodore, having possible for ships of moderate
miles so \th of the canal l. I "She gazed at me with tears and I proclaimed J
threatening the British in proceeded to fulfill her divine behest. charges. am glad to say is already good." himself president, was march- size to sail to Bruges through 1 J

Egypt. .$ Central News dis- Know you this .Poles, and meet my ing against Port au Prince. The ac- the canal which was finished !

patch from Damascus says the troops like brothers saviours! Knowye tion was taken at the request of the several years ago and which i is J 1

Turks are massing there under Poles, that all who are with me British Hospital Ship on Rocks state department. The Hancock was seventy yards wide and 24 feet 1
German officers apparently for:I I will be liberally rewarded; that those expected to reach Port au Prince dur-
a march into Egypt. Serious 'against me will perish! With me are And ing the day while the Kansas prob- deep. |i
anti-British demonstrations are ''God and the holy virgin. She lifted Many Lives May Be Lost ably will arrive there tomorrow. It is reported from Maester- \i

taking place n Damascus.All the sword of. Germany to succor Po- -- Administration officials today awaited icht that thirty German heavy 1
ambassadors and consuls land. London Oct. I' with some anxiety official advices artillery guns left Liege 1!
30.-Signals of dis- several doctors and full hospital I yester-

of preparations the triple Qitente tc leave are Turkey.making I! MEANS WAR WITH ENTENTE tress have been sent up since last equipment. All the women were j I uprising concerning in the the Haitien latest capital.revolutionary Pending day en route to Nieuport and 1 J

Italy's hand is expected to I night off Whitby, on the Yorkshire saved. the receipt of such information that several wagons, loaded |

soon be forces France has 1 i i Constantinople via London Oct. 30. coast from a steamship believed to All of the boats except the last one it was believed further steps, if necessary with what is declared to be sub-

1 looked to Italy t dominate the ;; -In anticipation of the possible invasion be the Rohilla a British vessel of and launched washed were ashore.smashed by the seas '1 for the protection of the lives marines, have passed Liege on \

Balkans and in t, present crisis :: of Egyptian territory British 7,000 tons being used as a hospital The shore remainingboat and property of Americans and other the way to the coast. j I
was swamped near and the
Italy can not duo foreigners would be left to naval offi- i
continuing Ambassador
Mallet acting under instructions
by hip The gale blowing caused such people in it waded to safety. ,
her neutral p-jtion. Rep- from his government, has heavy seas that the launching of lifeboats j Life boats with extreme difficulty I cers on the scene. Boer Rebellion in South Africa 1
resentatives of i
the-rench plainly informed the grand vizier that
was impossible. J
I brought ashore two loads of the ves- THE CrushedJohannesburg \
ernment are on they Rome ;' the Turks the WEATHER
to cross frontier it The Rohilla was bound from Queens i sel's passengers, after which further I
and a momentous inferencewill oi.ld: mean: war with the entente Ferry to Belgium to bring back the South Africa, 1
attempts at rescue with the boats
be held upon the.arrjval powers.It wounded from France. She Florida: Fair Saturday. Sunday Oct. 30.- (Special.) General i
ran on were abandoned. With 58
Greece, Roumania! t, : is persons I fair; warmer in north portion.
Bulgaria embassies
are certain to be dwn of the rocks half a mile south of Whitby, still clinging to the vessel which had Christian Beyers' revolt has
into the allied powers fearing a rupture 17 miles northwest of Scarborough, her after end been
: broken
the conflict, and rersund nearly off, little Dennison crepe napkins, lunch sets, completely crushed and his
already the '
per- necessary ar- at 4 o'clock this a'
Asiatic lands to morning during hope is entertained for rescue of plates shelf men have been scattered. Gen-
haps paper crepe ice
east- rangements for the departure of the violent southeast gale and rainstorm. paper i
ward may also be inclui diplomatic representatives. The vessel these. Efforts are being made to get cups passe partout binding. Curtis eral Botha is doing grandly and I
carried four
nurses and assistance from other .
3 ports. &; O'Neal next postoffiee. i (-nn. -

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THE LIGHT THAT FAILED"We !gious monkeying with the works of I I TRUECHEAPWITH T. F. HOURIHAN Lice sed Plumber>. Eat what you want.
nature shall cease and things shall be Conscientious work at fair prices. Eat all you want.
Phone 629. 106 Court Sf t. 8-23-tf I
have noted with considerable again ordered as Providence in the I a postscript and forget it.
for sale by all druggists.
amusement, yet with some regret, the beginning ordained. Subscribe for The Dai Y Sentinel. X-7-d&w.lj
And to the PAINT MEANSThe ;
they went straightway
collapse of the efforts of the modern f!
Joshuas of the east coast to make the dwellings of the people and they
turned back the hands of the clocks paint which covers the largest
T sun to "stand still upon Gibeon and
and said, "Lo, the additional hour is .Pljlefl
E the moon in the valley of Ajalon," done and shall henceforth surface-Gives the longest service j
and thus to lengthen the days beyondthe away ye '
natural span. possess your souls in peace unvexed -Lasts and looks well.

The newspapers of the Magic City, by the"innovations of the advertising j ly1k Our Busin :s is to Make Your Work
agents. And since that time there
with rare but whole-hearted accord, THAT'SHarrisons'
has been in the east of : EasierBy
peace as yore.
announced to the world that they had
perfected a plan and were going tot -Tampa Times. I

put it into immediate execution CONWAY ITEMS I' 1 supplying yoj! t with all kinds and styleeof

\ whereby there would be bestowed Ii I "Town & Country"The Files and Fili !g Cases, Inkand Ink Stands,
upon the fortunate who live
persons i
upon Florida's eastern verge "an ad- Conway, Fla., Oct. .-We have|i Pens and Pen Holders, Pencils and Pencil

ditional hour of daylight." And when been much interested in a rest room { result of over a Hundred Sharpeners, ipulers and Ruling Pens, TypeWriters
the Times had the temerity to express for farmers and their families where O and ype Writers
Supplies and all
doubt contemporaries of the ability to efficaciously of our versatile mon- they can find a pleasant place to sit I 8. Years Experience. Q the material needed around the house or office -

key with the"innards" of the machin- down and rest comfortably while in A Get our free book "Cause & Effect. IJ desk.

ery of the solar system so as to cause the city of Orlando, trading, shoppingor I \ It tells you many things you ought to know. u Call u up whether you wish a 5c pencilor
the great central luminary to miss a transacting other important busi-
a $50.00 iling Case.
cog they laughed us to scorn and the ness. The tourists' rest room would SOLD BY
wicked Tampa Times became in their not answer this purpose, unless, as
columns anathema maranatha. Mr. Howard kindly suggests duringthe Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. r. S. BRANCH,
; And the high priest of the Zoroas- summer while the tourists are ,
trians of the Florida orient, one Kirk absent. This room should be at the The rade Book and Music Store
I For the last Twentv-five Years.
Munroe, consecrated himself to the service and use of country people dur-
cause and journeyed as a missionaryof ing the entire year. As "Farmer"says i
the new cult to the other towns of it would be a pleasant placeto
that region to spread the gospel of' meet neighbors and friends from I I
the "additional hour of daylight." all over the county. A cosy corner
But the inhabitants did not rush for cot or crib for baby while mother(; r $8 Charleston and Return $8I
enthusiastically in the wake of the is shopping should be provided, and
new prophet. Some said that the other comforts impossible to find out-I
days when they had to work were too side of hotels and friends' homes. i I VIA
long already and they didn't see what We are as a class possesed of suffi-!
use anybody had for another hour cient pride and respectability to dress __
when the unions wouldn't let their in our Sunday's best on these occa- "Clyde Line"First
members work but eight hours any- sions. While this may not be of the BUYERS TO SIIARE
how. And they turned to him the latest style or height of fashion, it is LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS I
cold shoulder and the frigid face and at least clean and we are always on'''
Effective from August 1, 1914 to August Class Meals and Berlh Included
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t the marble heart and other such un- our good behavior. We notice the;
i 1,1915 and guaranteed against any
calorified things-and he went back farmers and their wives are coming.,
tion during that time:
to the city of the magic sunrise exceeding into prominence in the West and great I
sorrowful.And Northwest l.nd there is no reason we' Touring Car $555.00Runabout This special rate gone, on any of the Company'ssteamers
then the early adherents com-I shot Id not e.i joy the same privileges !' Augus 22nd to October 17th
menced to fall away from the cult of in the South. If Orlando businessmen 505.00 in Jusive.
the new gospel and said, "Verily, the will take up this subject with F. O. B. Orlando. All ear fully equipped.
thing mixeth us up and tangleth our their customers there will soon be a maximum efficiencyin ;
Farther we will be able to obtain the Return Limit 10
w calendars so that we know not whether satisfactory solution to this question.We I our factory production. and the minimum. cost in ..arparchasine Days
it be yesterday, today, or the mid- do not need a place to display our I and between sale the department.above dates.If we r ach an output of ,
dle of next week. We wake in the learning or for amusement, but only I 300.000 And should can we reach this production. we agree to pay aa I Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every
night and wonder whether the mild !a place to rest while visiting the coun- i the buyer's share from $49 to $61 per ear (on or aboutAuguat o Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
retail buyer who purchases a new
radiance that we discern in the skyis I ty seat on business. We appreciate I II Ford car 1,1915)between to every August 1. 1914 and August 1. 1915.
the gloaming of departing day or Mr. Howard's kind offer and words of I j For further particulars regarding these low prices and profit-
the light of a new morning and, ver-I praise and "Citizen's" very intelligent l sharing plan see For reservations and further particulars apply to
ily, in our dire confusion we yearn 'efense. F. G. RUSK.
for the return of the former things."I
H. G. WENZEL Fla. Pass.
Then the good men of the churches, Eat all you want. Phone 226 Agent
seeing the distress and confusion that Eat what you want. !
had overwhelmed the people, consulted For Take sale a postscript by all druggists.and forget it. 122 W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

together and said, "This sac rile- l-T-d&w-lyr

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We invite all investors and homeseekers to call on us, regarding For Sale Many Small Country Homes
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our propositions "holding exclusively, with the privilege -

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

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

in this space, but they consist in up. !!!"

' For Sale Tracts of Lands '


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

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

also have a great number of et in the North.HOUSES .


>j | bearing 8 per cent interest secured on improved real est; ite, : :

; ; in all localities, from $1250 dollars up to $25,000 dollars. amounts never ue of such securities do not depend on the New York Stock Exchange -

Orange Groves our government., whether open or closed, nor the rulings of neutrality\ of

We have not many orange groves to offer, but

every one is a gem. What we call a gem, is a grove Sebrinf|

to bring in revenue from the day of purchase and
November 3rd the President ofth)5
Tuesday, Company, Henry Benedict
wish to explain the mathematical way to prove it. To will leave via the Atlantic Coast Line at 3:30 p. m. for the Wonder Ciy of Se-:

make sure for the purchaser not to be mislead would bring.and wish to be joined by as many as possible to demonstrate that/nalJ[ ] propositions

leave our calculation to be approved of by any orange we offer there will) yield the investors 10 per cent for 3 to S jive years.....

and 25 per cent to 40 per cent, after that time. Any one who doss this
seller. We do not list assertion -
grower or orange orange groves we invite to come along, and if we cannot prove it we will py his railroad,

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

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STREET IN TERMONDE. l ) LGIUri s "If you can't own the town don't'
disown itsays an exchange. No

reason why you should do either.


.. extend a cordial invitation to
everyone to call at our store on
Orange avenue (formerly Duck- TOI> A.Y
worth's shoe store) and see the larg-
est and best collection of fruit, vegetables -
etc., ever under one roof in

Orlando.Five hundred baskets, New York A Bit of Human DriftwoodA
grapes, 20 cents a basket; first class
California Tokay 15 cents a
pound; fifty barrels grapes of good apples, Biograph Special Feature, complete in two parts.
30 and 35 cents a peck; pears, pine- a picture everyone: in Orlando should see.
apples, Red Spanish, fine stock; first
rSr" class bananas, ripe, 20 cents a dozen;
good cooking pears, 30 cents a peck; ,
c sX, li, sickle pears in baskets, 30 cents a j "Who "
; )n %! c Seeks
F. ,N. 't' y e .wis J basket; citrus fruit, grapefruit, 30 Revenge,
i ,. cents a dozen; tangerines and oranges -
: ; C
.er 'q 15 cents a dozen, $1 for 100; A Lubin Special Feature, complete in two parts. An
V I limes, first class, 6 cents a dozen; exceptional production
.N. .v. caw
I___ __ p % A 1 almonds, English walnuts
M'+,.J k" .. :. ... .> 5 Brazil nuts, filberts, fresh stock, 25
cents a pound; eggs, 30 cents a dozen;
sweet potatoes, 35 cents a peck; Irish
4 ITU. by American: Press Association. potatoes, 30 cents a peck; alligator "The Skull and the Crown "
-- pears; cranberries, 10 cents a quart; ,
vegetables, tomatoes, beans, cukes,
BULLETS FIRED IN THE AIR in the upper atmosphere the wind METHODISTS TO HOLD "BOOST- I cabbage, lettuce, okra, squashes, A Selig Production.
beets, ruttabagas, egg plants, cacr-
blow with a force three or four ING" CONVENTION
rots; lemons, 15 cents a dozen; string Without doubt the best show in the city. Two Big
(Special Correspondence InternationalNews times that at which it blows in prox- beans, 10 cents, two quarts, 15 cents, Special Features and one single reel for only
Service) imity to the earth. Again, it has Washington, Oct. 29.Plans for three quarts, 25 cents; eggs, selected,
is believed been found, time after time, that on holding' a "boosting" convention in 35 cents.
London, Oct. 28.-It Prices the lowest, quality the best. FIVE AND TEN CENTSYOU
among the troops that bullets fired an apparently calm day the wind in Chicago early in 1915 were made today N. FRANCISCO.

vertically upwards at aircraft never the upper strata is blowing with con- I at the concluding meeting of the Fridav and Saturday. Phone 609. CAN'T FIND ITS EQUAL.The .

descend as bullets, the intense and siderable force. Here, then, we havean conference here inaugurating the 10-30-2t

prolonged friction of their flight to explanation of the soldiers' belief campaign to raise $5,000,000 during
that the bullet never returns. When 1915 for the support of retired min- Who is your painter and decorator?
the limit of the trajectory and the If are satisfied keep the one Theatre that features
you you
subsequent descent of what is left of towards the higher part of its flight isters of the Methodist Episcopal have; if not. phone W. T EntnVan.N .

them completely dissipating them into the bullet is progressing at a very church. Representatives from other 636. t-20-tf "The Only Orchestra"in

vapor. Thousands of bullets have recently small speed, and is, therefore, easily denominations addressed the confer-

been fired at aircraft, but none carried away by the force of even a ence in explanation of similar move- T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
has been positively known to descend. light wind. That the bullet descendsis ments in their churches. Conscientious work at fair prices. the city.

Until the advent of aircraft just of course, unquestionable, and it Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf

what happened to tr.pullets when does so with very little alterations to PRESIDENT WILSON RECEIVES For Sale
fired perpendicularly into the air wasa its initial shape and weight. Due to JEROME K. JEROME THINK OF IT ONLY

matter of purely academic interest; the spin given to it by the rifling, it 30 Acres, citrus and vegetable land,
in all probability returns it ascend- 20 fenced, 10 cleared, crop on it now, this
it has now become a question of vital as Washington, Oct. 29.-President ready for planting trees this winter Five and Ten Cents for Show
ed-that is, with its point uppermost.It Wilson today received Jerome K. Jerome
practical importance. and crop next spring; near school and
Very few ballistic investigatorshave returns, too-as a very practical the English author. They discussed church; half mile of railroad station;
missile-with a velocity of between good neighborhood; four miles from
ever troubled to experiment with literary subjects.Get
MONDAY-The Grand Opening. An affair that has
and court house. Special price if taken in
400 feet 500 feet per second, ca-
vertically fired bullets. The first man next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando. never before been equalled in Orlando, owing to its elab-
to do so was Benjamin Robins, the pable of giving a knockout blow to the news first in the SentineL 10-25-tf
oracy and quality. Mrs. F. M. Aldridge, better known
"Father of the Modern Art of Gunnery any combatant.
-- --------- WILLIE DRENNEN ALDRIDGE, will appear in her
r ," who in a book published in MIMIMMMMIMIMIM 1111111111111 M I M Ml superior solo work.
1742 placed on record his experiencein I I TRUTHFUL OBITUARYTo
This is the first appearance of Mrs. Aldridge since
this direction with a smooth bore. SPRAY NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALESCHNARR'S
having completed her four year's study. She will be
As a matter of fact, Robins did not speak nothing but good of the
better known by a great number of Orlando people as the
fire truly vertically possibly becausehe dead is the rule and the newspapers INSECTICIDE SPRAY
sister of Mr. Walter Drennen.Mr. .
from Florida Maine observe that
was afraid that the returning bul- to
lets might cause him considerable rule, but there was once a paper that Fritz Hauer will play a solo that is featured by

personal inconvenience. Instead, he told the truth, and that one item that I Kills t very White Fly Larvae, Scale, Rust Mite the greatest artists, of today.No .

fired at an angle somewhat out of the told not only the truth (most papersdo and Red Spider that i it: hit. Removes sooty mold advance in prices. Come and see the State's

perpendicular and to windward. He that), but the whole truth, has and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September most beautiful Theatre.yur".

claims to have recovered the falling been republished recently, the ex- and October are two of the best months for

bullets, and as good as intimated that change editor of this paper clippingit spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents in- '
the distance which the bullets did fallout from the New York Mail, which
sects from sapping trees all winter, and brings them
of the vertical was due entirelyto says:
the effect of wind upon them. One of the most remarkable obituary out in a good, healthy condition :in the spring, thus i j

Coming to more recent times, we notices ever printed was publishedin insuring a good healthy growth and bloom.J. .

have the experiments of Dr. F. W. the Sullivan county (N. Y.) Re- fe

Mann, an American rifle enthusiast. view 20 years ago from its Montela SCHNARR & CO.. Orlando, Florida. I
Mann's leisure is spent entirely in (Ulster county) correspondent. It is II i

rifle experimentation, and his book, as follows: Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure the White Fly I

"The Bullet's Flight From Powder to "Sam Lobdell is dead. Some days Fungi. 9-9 D. and W 2MCOLLEGE

Target," is devoted to an account of ago he was stricken with poisoningfrom t 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111I. THE MARKET I II

many years' labor in the field of small a wound in the neck while fight-

am ballistics. The problem of the ing with his wife when he was drunk. I
vertically fired bullets was tackled by Drs. Grindle, of Eureka, and Butts, of ... Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH j

Mann, but he soon gave up the experiment Claryville, were in attendance, but ( N S' i p
I. : :
results.in On disgust a perfectly as being calm devoidof day despite spread their until utmost as a efforts last resort the poison they 1 ROLLINS Winter Park j AND SALT MEATS

he took a boat into the center of a used the knife. The operation was FISH AND GAME

large lake, and, fixing a rifle into a of no avail, however, and now he Oldest College and Most Beautiful Grounds In Florida Kept under the best sanitary conditions
truly vertical position, he fired into ain't here any more.
Music Fine Art Do- Everything screened away from the flies and kept frvnto
College Academy
Expression .
the air, hoping to be able to put on "Sam was a unique character. Only ,
record the return of the bullets and once in a generation is a community I mestic and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Cotqose.i and pure.

the times taken in their flight. Al- pestered with such a human viper, i Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection We invite inspection and guarantee .satisfaction. We have

though he fired several rounds of am- such a moral G: he was the unsolved I fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dollar everything in the Meat Line.

munition in this way he regretfully conundrum, 'What is he good for?' I endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ,

admitted that he was unable to either His only virtue was the persistence of I a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new The PARLOR MARKET

hear or see any of the returning bul- his wickedness, his only excellencethe i rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New

lets fall into the placid waters of the stability of his unrepentence.Booze chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every
lake. fighter, liar, wife beater, chicken modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water. i H. M. Self & Co.

Among the English rifle investigators thief, egg stealer, dope fiend, pro- I Preparation for engineering course.

L. R. Tippins, of Manningtree, fane and vile of speech to the pointof I Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, PINE STREET

Essex, has also devoted some time to nausea, he was the trade mark of / Christian but undenominational; expenses moderate.
the problem. He was luckier in his sin, the sentiment emblem of vice, I Scholarships available. For catalogue address Phone No. 80

results than Mann, and has actually with no crime but work beyond his
observed!'! the return to earth of the capacity. He was even worse; but ,
bullets. J. Herschel Hardcastle who he has gone hence and it is never our
Ph. D. LL. D.. President, .111.1.1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111. .'
is among the foremost English rifle inclination to kick a man when he is ,

authorities, after several attempts is down. .. ,1 I' .. . . . .1.1..1.. Nurseries.
Apopka f fAll
also able to put on record the recov- "Yet at death his proverbial luck -- --- .
ery of several bullets fired in the per- was with him. He goes below justas 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111' i
pendicular position. the whitening frosts and the chill- the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange :
winds in and Trees, thrifty, well-rooted and clear of all diseases. :
Speaking theoretically, a bullet ing are ushering a long CONWAY NURSERIESGROWERS
New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family
fired from a smooth bore gun held tedious season for the good who are 't

truly perpendicular and on a perfectlystill left. As was often the case when in AND DEALERS IN FREE. Address -.-

day should return to the point life and when in jail, he will keep

from which it left the earth. Prac- warm and comfortable at others' ex J All Leading Varieties of Citrus Trees \ \ ...South Apopka Nurseries... :
tically this is never the case. Indeed, pense. Well, so long, Sam, and so

the safest position for the firer to long as it is long, good luck." R. T. PEEL, Proprietor.Local OCOEE, FLORIDA
remain in is in all probability the fir- i 9-4-tf ;
ing point. The observations of Hard- INSANE FATHER KILLS TWO OF Salesman .
castle and Tippins, who worked inde- HIS CHILDREN AS THEY : Glen St. Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATE : .. MPtf . . . . . .

pendently, tell us that the English LAY ASLEEP Box 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando Florida.
service bullet takes somewhere about Shreveport, La., Oct. 23.-Roland 924tfWHERE tir I I Hill'I ii4Mt

55 seconds in its perpendicular flightin Williamson, an attorney of this city, 1111'1'1'1'1'1'11'1111'1' '. 4 t a"'II'111 r .

the air and return to the earth, early today is alleged to have stran- ._______ ____ __ ____ ___
and it reaches a height of between gled ot death two of his children, a I Orlando Paint and Wall Paper Co. i I

8,000 and 9,000 feet. This is con- girl, aged' eight, and an infant son, SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ?

firmed by calculations based on the as they lay asleep. '

resistance of the air and the forceof Two other children were unmolested. FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA High Grade Paints, Oils Varnishes -

gravity. The bullet starts off witha Williamson later was found some I FOR WOMEN BA.X..YILL. AGENTS FORPallon's
Kalsomine, Wall Pa-
velocity of about 2,500 feet per sec- distance from his home in his night I TALLAHASSEE.I .
and in I Sun Proof Paper, Wall Board, Roofing
ond, but it loses consider- clothing placed jail.
speed very I College of Arts and Sciences;Normal School; I
ably in the upper regions of the air; He is believed to be insane. School of Music; School of Expression; Paints Brushes, Etc.
I School of Art Extension Division Graduate
; ; 9 Colleges and Division: Liberal Art
so much so that for about half the i School: Modern Gymnasium with .fwimminit Law; Engineering; Agriculture! ; Teachers SOLD AT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Orange Ave.
i pool; basket ball and tennis courts new and College. Experiment Station; Extension Division -
time of its entire flight the bullet is For Sale-Silver Cluster Grape I
modern buildings beautiful THE SUN
; campus; dormI- ; Graduate SchooL Ten new brick buildings -
travelling at a velocity not much Fruit and Valencia late orange buds. I tories have all modem conveniences; new besides gymnasium swimming pool and ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Vigorous stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2 dining; room and kitchen most h"lfkDKin many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers instructors I
greater than that of a well hit golf I Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 countiesi and assistants. 354 young men
i years old. i and \i states last ....ion. Florida eoantU and 24 State* and
ball. i 9-23-2m II. C. McDANIEL. TUITION: FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last _ion. Special Wall Paper 3000 Rolls, at Se.RUINED .
Balloon observations, particularly I School Bo:rd acd entrance fw. f..i the TUITION FREE Board and Entrance Fee.
those made at Lindenburg, show that Read the Sentinel want ads. J, year S124,00.EDWARD For catalogue CONRADL write Prid..nt.J f32aO per )'.....r.A. Write Uekl'HUt-h.today for rr-.T catalogueA. ,..i4..iL . . . . . IMIiltlIJl. . . .." ; I

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South Florida SentinelMORNING I

AND WEEKLY I H. E. Fisher of Osceola Ark.. The Misses Madeline and Bessie Mr. George F. Dawson one of

JOSIAH FERRIS. EdlUr .. few days. This is Mr. Fisher's tial citizens died last night about i
party at their home on Amelia avenue -
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida third visit to Orange county and last eight o'clock. He was seventyeightyears
Clas Mail Matter. last evening. The invitations
a* Second 1a I
spring he purchased a fine orange of age on the 22nd of last September SATURDAY
he is stated that this was to be a ghost I t
SUBSCRIPTION RATES grove at Maitland, and now seriously and had been a citizen of
Oail 1 Year ........................ $5.00 considering moving to this party, so the guests were appropri- Maitland for Mr. Daw-
Daily. 6 Montha .........._........... 2-50 many years.
Daily. S Months ...................... 1-25 county.Mr. ,ately dressed for the occasion. With son was a lawyer by profession but
Daily 1 Month ....................... .50 ''
Fisher is an extensive cotton j music dancing and games the even- retired from practice several years I

Weekly. 1 Year ..................._.. $L00 grower but is not disheartened in the' ing passed very merrily and at 9:30 ago and engaged in fruit growing at NO2 2
..... I
Weekly. 6 Months _' _'_ situation. He had Maitland, where he loved
least by the cotton all were ushered into the dining room was and respected -

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN three hundred and fifty acres of cot-I' where the dining table was prettily I by every one.

ADVANCETO ton this year producing over three decorated and laden with good thingsto The body will be prepared for burial

ADVERTISERS: hundred bales. To a Sentinel repre- eat. j I: by Undertaker Hand and interred in ,

Copy for display and all other hand-set sentative yesterday he said that im- Those present were: Misses Grace ,. the Orlando cemetery Sunday beside All day Saturday we will '--

dTtrtiunr nm.t be handed in at than the 2 huunessoffice mediately upon the breaking out of Warlow, Helen Hoskins Mamie Barr, j I the body of his wife, who precededhim action-Price Reducing ac ."
of the Sentinel not later p. mm tions louder than
the day before publication. This rule appliesto the war in Europe he foresaw a big Eileen Vivian, Willie Beck Edna in death several years ago. speak wo
chances for contract advertising: it b that day will take aeri. .
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. drop in cotton and began selling as Beck, Henrietta Rock, Frances Rock j I f
question of costs will b
rapidly as possible, with the result Corinne Walton Helen Ives, Mary j!i COMMISSIONERS WILL HOLD <
Subscribers desiring The Seentinel discontinued nothing will be able to '
should notify the office in writing on that for most of his crop he got ten Ives, Fara Stag?, Lillian Jones, Jewel : SESSION MONDAYThe -
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be cents a pound and has sold none of Dinkel. Evelyn Spencer, Anna Jones, I onslaughts. There should
continued at the regular subscription rates derstanding between
until notice to stop is received. it for less than seven cents. Carol Dow Merle Flournoy Helen county commissioners will meet us-
need the busines
"We have a great farming country Way, Ruby Neal Thompson Sophia in special session early Monday morn- goods-we
SATURDAY OCTOBER 31, 1914. ," said Mr. Fisher "in my section Lockhart Lucile Tatum. ing to prepare the ballots and ballot

but we are'not going to commit agricultural I Miss Persing chaperoned the young boxes for the general election Tues- Remember These Pi "T A
Now Theodosia well as Nancy
as suicide next by planting
year ladies from the Cathedral school. day. Immediately following the preparation -
needs a chaperon. more cotton. We will turn our atten- i of the boxes they will be sent all Day

e.-- tion to alfalfa and other crops GERMAN AEROPLANE DROPPED to the various precincts. No other
No one has fooled us with one of though when the war is over cotton I j BOMB AND KILLED 19 business is contemplated by the board PILLOW CASES i

those counterfeit ten dollar bills.A is bound to go up and the man who I WOMEN Monday though other matters may 45x36, Full Bleached heavy round thread,

o has money to buy it at market prices : receive attention after election arrangements good value for 20c. Saturday

dollar saved right now may bea now will make a rich profit on the I London, Oct. 30.Two German have been completed.The 13 cts. each or $1.53 doz.
dollar needed and badly needed at j
transaction"i'aeroplanes on Wednesday droppedtwo
some future time. i! bombs at Bethune, France according streets, the picture shows and
THANKSMrs. to the correspondent of the the refreshment parlors were
That chess tournament between 'a- 81x90 heavy weight, no dressing, the same line
I Daily Mail in northern France. The thronged last night with Hallowe'enmasqueraders
we were so successful with few week's
latka and West Palm Beach will hardly a ago.
Limerick and Mrs. Jackson's first failed to explode, but the sec- in all kinds of fantastic Sold regularly for Soc., all day Saturday
crowd all the news out of the
r war I division wish to thank all who donated I: ond, which fell among market women, garb. Orlando is one live city whenit
59 each
papers. towards the Baptist ladies' rum- !i i killed 19 of them and injured 40 oth- comes to any kind of amusementand cents

f 0 mage and: cake and candy sale; the young people are enjoyingthe
:- A pretty woman does not necessarily espe-I ers.Two 9-4 UNBLEACHED SHEETING
cially Mr. Way for the use bombs were also dropped at Hallowe'en season to the utmost
t change in appearance after marriage building, and Water and Light company i Dunkirk on" the same day from a last night's demonstration probably 1 -DEFENDER MAKE."

;- but her husband's taste some- for the lights; Yowell-Duck- Taube machine 9,000 feet up in the being only a foretaste of what will Very heavy weave, absolutely no filling, even
times does. round thread. Sold regularly, 30c. a yard. All
worth for the new articles; also the air. A woman and child were killed happen tonight when the goblins turn day Saturday
'_ 0 I
f I editors of tl.e Morning Sentinel and j j and all the windows in the neighbor- out in force.
It's too bad that of Orange '
one 26
the Reporter-Star for printing our hood were broken. The women of the I cents per yard
county's most progressive towns is I' .
; 110 lces.I I town are terrified. Get the news in the Sentinel first i
i infested with the only knocking j 9-t BLEACHED SHEETING
in Florida. I
newspaper NOTICE -1 -- Purchased especially: for hotel and boarding
house use. Splendid for good hard wear. Sold
f The Turks are right up to snuff in regularly 30c. yard. All day Saturday
f I Those ladies of the W. C. T. U.
the war game. They have already A Rare
r t who desire to contribute to the box OpportunityThe cents per yardALL
issued a statement declaring that the
I being made up by that society for
: other fellow was to blame
sEven hipment as Christmas gifts to the Crawford home place at No. 108 America WOOL GABARDINES
poor: of Europe may leave the same 44 inches wide, made in Roubaix, France. An
f politics are affected by the ] street must be sold at once. The lot has a frontage -
with Mrs. Topliff at the Orland. extremely fashionable Fall Fabric, in all the new
1 t- war and the politicians complain that Hark your name plainly on packagemd of 83 feet and 333 feet deep. The house contains colorings, including Black. Specially priced for
the people are reading the war news Saturday at
rather than their methods of saving ]j I' leave same before noon today at six rooms, but is not modern in appointments is
vhich tine; box will be turned over to j 79 cents
the country. though it could easily be made so. I have the exclusive -
,Ur. Brice.
o I '-- --- -- I handling of this property and am prepared ANOTHER SACRIFICE IN TOWELSIn
The Volusia County Record is au- --- ---- -- --- -

thority for the declaration that Fort J I I11111111I 11I110 I I 11I1 IIf to offer you a GREAT BARGAIN. Remember Huck and Turkish, close weave, heavy
make, full and extra large size, worth 12t
Meade cleans out her sewers by send-I MUST BE SOLD, so see me at once if interested. and 15c. each. Saturday
ing a big alligator through them with I f T. F. HOJR111ANa I f

a drag attached. i 9 cents each, $1.00 doz.
Licensed Plumber and

Turkey's action in o beginning hostil- Sanitary Engineer EVENING WEAR SILKS

ities against Russia probably pre- Estimates Furnished. Jobbing i S. Y. WAY Some of the daintest weaves and colorings
faces the end of the Turkish Empire Promptly: Attended to. shown this season, in Brocaded, Stripes, Floral
PHONE 629 and plain effects. Worth from :Te.: to 7F-? yard.
a result devoutly to be desired by all t o
I All Gay Saturday

Christian nations.It o 106 Court Street I Insurance and Real Estate Agent 29 cents

is the judgment of those who i -

have given the matter serious consid- t 4-21-1m t PHONE 172 ROMAN STRIPE DRESS GOODSA

eration that all three of the constitu- .I I I I I I III e I I I II tell I I'" fine assortment of our complete range of
tional amendments proposed for rati- 65c. qualities. All the new color combinationincluded. ->
- --- Your choice
fication Tuesday should be adopted. 111.11.11111111: a I lit a III II .1111.111111 IIII1 H III a B I11II1 C II UM. 111 e 1111.1 t .. Saturday

o H 49 cents
Hayti, the black republic almost
Buy Gum Camphor
continually has a revolution on tap. SE9imi; SILK HOSIERY
If those negroes use the same wea-
The famous "EVERWEAR; fully guaranteed
pons as in the South the island oughtto :_ i made in Orlando. We sell it. Pa- j in black and white, all sizes.
prove a bonanza market for the ,
manufacturers. Regular 75c. quality Saturday __.r>0 ct e.

razor o I PHARMACY tronize home industry. i Regular $1.00 quality Saturday -78 ctS.

Turkey began war on Russia Thurs- Limit 2 pairs to a customer.

day morning, certainly at least ten e o. 111 < f. I 1.111.,111111111111. I' I C6Mf OMMMS3ee ..SMMtM M >

hours before the afternoon papers in HAND BAGS
this country go to press. However III It 1I111 II I III 111111 11111111 I U II C+O II I H Ii HIA III JI II 11111111 II to I III H A clearance of all our odd styles many of

you had to wait for Friday morn- : them worth up to $1,75. All day Saturday

ing's papers for the news. 'Twas 49

ever thus. o BIG BENLook

In all of the doubtful states the issue To Dressmakers

next Tuesday is Wilson or anti- :

Wilson, and the indications are that : Take notice of this Extra Extra Special:
Big Ben in the back in Evans'window.he's
square ; ;
the present occupant of the White : MADAM MARCELLA DRESS SHIELDS

House will receive a flattering en- good all round and good all through.
; ; All sizes, sold regularly 35c. pair. All day Sat-
dorsement in the re-election of a Dem- close
urday to at parr
ocratic house and an increased major- If "handsome is as handsome does"---Big Ben's : : 12 centsThe

ity in the senate.
o beauty is more'n skin deep.

famous "DIXIE' Hair Nets have arrivedGROCERY
The supreme court has handed downa at the same old price.
decision that sentences in the crim- See those great, strong, handy keys that make

inal courts should be to the county DEPARTMENTAll
his wind the broad
jail and not to hard labor on the I up so easyand deep-toned Day Specials

county roads though this decision bell] he sounds so your get up is pleasing.Big "Snowdrift" Lard, 10 Ibs. for _____________95c.
will probably not prevent prisoners New Evaporated Apples 2 Ibs. for _____:._25c.
sentenced to the county jails being :New Evaporated Peaches 2 lbs. for _____,_25c.
worked the roads. Ben stands seven inches from tip to toe---big, faithful, New Dates 2 lbs. for _____________________25c.
on with clean-cuthands in the dim New Florida Pecans 1 lb. for _____________25c.
o large, plainly seen morning light, :Maine Potatoes peck _____._______________25c.

designated Thursday by November President 26,Wilson has been as He rings you up at any time you say-steady for five minutesor

the day on which to have special foot- on and off for ten-stops short in either call at a nudge from

ball games and big turkey dinners. you. He took the Blue Ribbon at the Fair. See special display

Incidentally a few Christians will
today in our window.
in their of
gather together places

worship and thank God for peace and

plenty lation.-Gainesville in these awful Sun.days of tribu- DICKSON YES CO.


In Wisconsin under a new law T. H. EVANSJEWELER

when a man is sent to prison,his fam-
ily is not also punished through his .DEPARTMENT STORE.

inability to contribute to their support .. ..

but he is supplied with a wage- .Y.
earning job and his wages go to his ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

family. Under this law crime is no Orlando Orange Avenue Florida

longer a source of profit to the state,

I but the innocent are not compelled to .3J J.i.1.1.II II 1111111 111111". II W
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Mr. A. B. Gill, of Detroit Mich., arrived 0
w... LLEN'SClcn
1: in Orlando and THEATRE FURNISHED ROOMS at 221
-. _. yesterday are ; ; GET IT AT
-- > making their headquarters at the San I Robinson avenue, on Lake Eola.

II Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I 10-31-3w
: '" Juan.Mr. ;
J. Hooker Wilson, who was Admission 5 cents TWO GENTLEMEN roomers wanted.
here last winter managing quite a 313 West Central avenue. ---'"' /J.
1 10-31-2w 1
string of horses at the fair grounds,
caned MMMIMMM'TODAY'S '" '' "
has arrived from Saginaw, Mich., and ,
visit PROGRAMFour FOR SALE-Army officer's tent in
s. says he may decide to spend the sea- good condition, for sale cheap. Call "CAROLINA"f-
son in Orlando.Mr. Big Reels 403 Boone street. 10-31-3t "The Carolina" i
rned "When Romance Came to
W. L. Moore, one of the Senti- Imp.
3sion Anne. A rural comedy drama in two WANTED A-l small
nel's valued friends, has moved to Or-
parts.Sterling.. set of books to keep in afternoonand Is a pattern of heavy i
lando from Ocoee and will spend the Comedy, "A Jealous Husband evenings. Address "Bookkeeper,"
mee, next five months with his family at I ." One big laugh after another." care Sentinel. 10-3 l-3t tiI sterling silver, modest
con- Edison. "To Save Her Brother. I
201 South street. Mr. Moore will ;

T, have charge of the large packing FOR SALE-Ford runabout 1914 I and beautiful, pieces are
Hon. S. S. Griffin, of Orlando was
ap- house of Walker Brothers.Mr. I model, nearly new; must be sold i
.. therTel here Tuesday looking after business at once. Address or call, C. T Doug- j furnished bright rich
W. M. Slemons left yesterday '
interests and looking over his prop- lass, Winter Park. 10-31-3t
afternoon for Jacksonville where he I
erty on Central avenue recently pur- and resplendent in their
3 of will meet Mrs. Slemons who has been chased from J. K. Swick. Mr. Griffin WANTED-Young white girl about I I
mdoWill spending the summer in Tennessee. owns considerable property in and 20 interested in nursing; steady position reflecting surfaces.

After a short visit to their daughter, near Apopka, which he considers of ; must room home. Address K.,

.. '" ;,4f'" .i.- Mrs. R. P. Marks, in that city, they great value and feels deeply' interested care Sentinel. 10-31-3t

j : were will return home. in Apopka's future growth. "John Hancock"made
San FOR RENT-Seven room house; wa- n
I Mr. Sol Newham, the popular representative Apopka News.ATTRACTIVE. ter, pas, electric lights, bath etc.;
I of the well known firm of barn stable chicken house; lot 100 by in sterling silver,

rent J. Grief & Bro., Baltimore, was in DISPLAY OF BABY 200 feet. Apply at 735 North.Orange I

__...,._ .:.uung uie New I Orlando yesterday calling on the PICTURESTo avenue. 10-31-tf U beautifully ornamentedand
Yorkers registered at the San Juan : trade. Mr. Newham is accompaniedby

today. his nephew Mr. Syl Newham, who the lovers of children, and who WANTED- Northern woman of finished with careD -
settled house-
years as
Miss L. J. Mustard and mother re- assists him in handling the large lines does not love a pretty child? a visitto keeper for widower in or near Or- '" i fulness of detail ,
turned yesterday afternoon from a of clothing which he carries.Dr. the studio of C. E. Howard is well lando. Address Mrs.. R. Campbell an ., n

delightful summer spent at Oak G. H. Honeywell is at home worth while. Mr. Howard is an art- Seffner Fla. 10-31-3t D I air of elegance

Bluffs, Mass. here again after several weeks spentat ist of rare ability and for the past

Mrs. Chas.. W. Thompson, of Mar- Orlando, where he took treatmentat few days he has been displaying some H. Kanner's great sale continues rcVe have a complete U

garet street, is entertaining her sis- a sanitarium and attended the-Adventist of his work most attractively. A row until November 1st. 11tfliliiiMMMIIIMillllliM a

ter-in-law, Miss Eva Farmer, of Bal- camp meeting. He left Mrs. of children's' pictures have been tasti- stock of these two pat-

timore, Md., Honeywell to prolong her stay and to ly arranged around his receptionroom terns. v D

Mr. and..Mrs. W. M. Bashlin, of De- 'I also undergo surgical treatment at and they testify not only to
the sanitarium.-Punta Gorda Herald. the artistic ability of Mr. Howard but
Land, the Flor-
aret among prominent II "Carolina"
idians visiting Orlando today. They' There is no excuse for not voting to the beauty of Orlando children. McCULLOCU'SDepartment "JOAilen

are stopping at the San Juan. Tuesday, when even free transportation The many poses and lovely faces are & Co
and all vis-
worthy an inspection .
The sidewalk on the west side of to the polls will be furnished bya
number of the Democratic nomi- itors are cordially welcomed. n JEVELERSPimento
the Hovey block on Boone street has
been widened several feet by the con- nees. Just call up the sheriffs officeon j Store ;

verting of the parkway into a walk. election day, if you have no conveyance UII'ORTAPOULTRY DURING FAIR MEETING ;; RELIABLE REPAIRING. "EVERYTHING GUARANTEED."

in which to get to the voting
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Featherstone,
place, and a conveyance will Abe pro- s.--i--i-
of Plant City, are among the new set- The state meeting of the American -itO- _-
vided.If .
tlers in Orange county. They have Barred Plymouth Rock club will be Jelly
bought the White Orlando. there is a better advertising
grove near held in Orlando during the Subtropical
Messrs. W. F. Mundee and W. M. medium than a Sunday morning pa- Midwinter Fair.

Coble, commercial agents of the Macon !per, experienced advertisers have not They have offered a silver lovingcup Fruit Jars SCHOL A UCH
i as yet located it, and in order that
Dublin & Savannah railroad, for the best cock, hen cockerel
Thomases be convincedthe
with headquarters in Jacksonville,are : may and pullet shown by a state member.
all kinds
Sentinel will guarantee results on
among the' popular transportationmen Breeders of this variety may join the
spending today in Orlando.Mr. any kind of a "want" ad. within rea- club by sending $1 membership fee,
son. Try one and be convinced. Get
and Mrs. D. S. Berage, of Salem which will make them paid-up mem- '
Wis., accompanied by Mr. Deeis your copy in early. bers until February 1st, next, and en-I: :

Banner, arrived yesterday to spend Mr. and Mrs. G. James returned title them to compete for all club specials !: Preserving Kettles

the winter with Mr. and Mrs. R. D. yesterday afternoon from New York and to all other privileges of the I.

Banner at their home on Lexingtonavenue city where they spent the summer.I club until that time to Henry D.I: I

Concord Park. They are glad to be back in Orlando' Riley secretary-treasurer, Stafford, : South Orange A>enuetMIMIHMilMIIMIM

again and Mr. James thinks there will Chester county, Pa. I:
Mr. A. E. Brooks, deputy sheriff of be more people in Florida this season I
I* ..
Hillsborough county, was in Orlando than ever before. Mr. A. D. James, FOR SALE OR RENTAttractiveseven

yesterday. He came for the purpose ,a former well known newspaper man i room house, furnished or un- ORDER WMUUIfce .' TODAY

of taking H. Pinder, wanted in Tampafor of this city is expeced to come to furnished; best residence section.
forging a check on his wife for Orlando in about three weeks accom- Also fine building lots on lake at a VENEER CORESALL Cheese, Potted Ham, Potted Beef Deviled -
great bargain to those who will build
$20. !i panied by 'his family to spend the Address Owner care Sentinel or LENGTHS AND ANY Sardines, Deviled Ham, Peanut Butter Cakes, Crackers -

Mr. W. D. White, the 1 winter. phone 520. 10-31-lm QUANTITY
passenger Special prices for October.
I Pickles etc.
I Everything for School Lunches.
agent of the Atlantic Coast : NOTICE Stock up before cold weather.

Line, was rejoicing yesterday over SEWER CONNECTIONS BEING FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
i Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 Also
the arrival of a comfortable invalid' RAPIDLY MADE
Laws of Florida
i of Chapter 4888. OAK WOOD
chair which will be used in helping j
Notice is hereby given that Frank H. Davis THE SANITARY GROCERY
invalids and cripples on and off the :, According to Plumbing Inspector I of Apopka. Fla., purchaser of tax certificateNo. Orlando Wood YardB.
281, dated the 6th day of duly A. D.
trains. '
I O. A. McIntosh about six hundred and I 1897, and tax certificate No. 336. dated the W. Kingsley Proprietor CARUTHERS & GORE

Mrs. Mary J. C. Neill, one of Orlan- fifty permits have been issued for I 6th day certificates.of November in my A.office D., 1895 and has has made fil..tsaid PINE STREET AND R. R. .

do's most prominent winter residents, making sewer connections, and every application for tax deed to issue in accordance Telephone 344 Phone 200
with law. Said certificates embrace the 9-30
returned yesterday afternoon from a plumber in the city is said to be following described property situated in Orange i 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

delightful summer spent at Fall Riv- ;, steadily employed. A total of about east half county block Florida E, Apopka to-wit:and No.assessed 28, lot 29 as, r +1 I11I1II I1111I1II I1II1 11I1 11I1I1I I11I1II_ .. _. .
er, Mass., and is again occupying"Rest 3.500 houses are to be connected with' Unknown. No. 336. lot 29 west half blockE wIIIIII"IIII
Apopka and assessed to Wm. Levy.
Cottage," her hospitable home the new sewerage system, and the Unless said certificates shall be redeemed : = II'IIIBII '
en West street. steady work in this line will continuefor according to law, tax deed will issue thereonon 1111111111111111111 tl'III"II'III"IIII'11111111111111111111111111111111111&
the 1st day of December. A. D. 1914. C
a year or more. Witness my official signatrue and seal this
Orange county is bound to grow as the 31st day of October. A. D. 1914
rapidly as any county in Florida. It : Seal) B. M ROBINSON, t
ComeSeeEnjo Clerk Cricuit Court, Orange County. Fla. 4H rT
has splendid resources and its coun- i HOWARD'S UNIQUE CHILDREN'SEXHIBITION P'iiii' :

ty commissioners are broadminded Get the news in the Sentinel first.OSTEOPATHY.
enough to tell the homeseeker about Friday, Oct. 30, to Monday, Nov 2.

them. In order to do this effectively I have put in a great deal of time and $. ; .
: ,
skill in making up a large collection
have subscribed for
they 3,000 copies'
of children's portraits for a special
of Orange county's excellent newspapers exhibition to be given on above dates.A _
to be sent broadcast to those number of these are character pictures -
seeking locations. There is no other and well worth jour while to DR. J. C .HOWELL
see. Everybody welcome. It costs no
form of advertising that will equal
money. You need buy nothing. Sim- Hours, 10-12 3.5, and by appointmentNo
the distribution of local newspapersand ply look.
it is time DeSoto county's com- Don't Miss This. extra charge tor house treatment
missioners awoke to the fact-Zolfo I Telephone connections
Orange Avenue.
Springs Truth. 10-28-5t Office cor. Orange and Central Ayes j


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F.O.B. ORLANDO $1060.00

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pare it with any car selling for less

than $1350. The best motor car

value for 1915.

Overland l Model 80

I $1125.00 Delivered in Orlando

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At 208 East Robinson avenue. MUMS
Berke formerly with Miss HoTermale.

NcticM .f Lot Wanted For S.' For
Rent ete.. for this _Ia..... 25c. ftr roe Cay.
$Oc. for thru days, or $LO' for on* wt.k.: L,r
25 w.rd. or It**. M..ey and accompary The Cathedral School Y
the dttrtueuenU for thi column, a* no
iucrtioM will .. wade on credit.
FOR SALE-30 spring pullets. G. A., (Formerly known as Prll.Clark School l)
Box 47, Route 2. 10-30..t
FOR SALE-Ten acres; cultivate!;
A Boarding and Dec School for 'irf.Rrmlar

trees young; garden grove crop and started some; five bearing rot ,ii I Intermediate and and Special Academic Courses-Primary Grades- Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
MIMIC-Art-Elocution-Physical Culture ,
house new barn and farm imp.ements -
; Domestic Science-Admirable Situationand __ _u ___
; located on Winter Park ro J
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Sur..ndinlrClim.te Healthful-
What $2750Will and Fern Creek avenue. Must be Sv.J I Ca.eful _Home Life-Capable Teachers . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . ... .
soon. G. A., Box 47. Route: 2. Low Rat 'I..I..III..I.I..I..I..1.1..I.'e' . .
10-30-6t Rev. Roderick P. Cobb. Biihop Sloan

Buy FOR SALE-We are going to sell 3 Rector. President. -
good young mules worth the money. :aD-SI ESS I
Call at one-half mile east of Conway ------- -
Let us show you-Why not store, or address Wm. V. Lear Orlando L -U
Fla. 10-30-6''\
put rent money into the purchase DressmakingIrs. .' .
of a home ? Where is FOR SALE-Good boat wagon; can .' '
the economy in paying out McDaniel.be used for hunting; cheap.10-23-lnr H. C. : R. S. Cohoon has : Important friendships result from the right introduction and :

month perfectly for good rent,money when every these FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants Charleston resumed and is her now dressmaking locatedin :.1: the most important ones come through the right banking con- :

same be saved good dollars? To buy can is actually to put- Frank Wakefield Phillips, Pine, $1.00 Castle.per thousand. Room 4, Way building, :.:' nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We :

the rent money back into 10-28-tf on Orange avenue, where :: invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter- :

your own pocket.We FOR RENT-Five room house, practically she cordially invites all
can show you new houses new. Inquire Hand's Fur- ladies needing anythingin .:: est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO :
niture Store, Pine street. 10-20-tf
good size lot,, all close in, the wearing apparelline .. ''

-all modern conveniences, FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with to call and see her. '
ready to occupy. garage; elegantly furnished; on BANK & TRUST CO. :::
Call at our office, we will Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. ..,

gladly furnish detailed in 8-27-tf ..',. o.o'

formation. FOR black S'ALE-Two and one bay good; must mules be sold one at Don't fail to see t ill 11I11! ; ;lilll i s i ;11111 i i 11111 i i i 11111! { !II 11: l; v_ v. <.o.;;

BUILDING once. Price $150 for the pair. Apply TheWaldeckerFishCoFOR
lAND COII Max Isen 601 West Church street. . . . MIiMMMMMM. i I It 1111 i M M 11 i i 8 111 M..
10-29-3t FISH AND OYSTERS MllliMMilMIMIMtillilltHIMMMMlMIMMM . . . .. . I . ....
North Orange Avenue
FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP.
PHONE 608 Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas-
tfe. 9-18-tf M. and W. O. COX J

FOR SALE-A good Roll Top
FREO B. DALE Desk and Chair. Been used very lit-
C. H. BRYANT tle. Cat on W. C. Sherman, Rock
DAVIS a GILES. Counsel. Building, opposite San Jua Hotel. Real? Estate Boughtand
F. A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor. 10-8-tf
Sold.City new stock ofI
-.. FOR SALE-Forty acres of, fine .
hammock land; eight in grove; the
FOR THIS WEEK present crop of oranges will be from
750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash

Eggs,Eggs, fresh from the country, one ready and for quarter setting miles-10 acres from Apopka.in lake, and $1.00 per week buys a Lot I I Fall and Winter Clothing ; I

35 cents dozen.
per Price, 5000. Address W. H., Box RENTS COLLECTED.
Best Baldwin' Apples, 40 cents per 178 Orlando. Fla. 9-23-tf .

Pears for cooking, 40 cents per peck. FOR ,SALE-Or a five-passenger trade'automobile for real estate in- N. P. HATCHERORLANDO Made by SCHLOSS BROS., is coming in

Fruit of .all kinds to suit your nice shape. Address No. 112 West
pocket. Church street, city. 10-4-1m FLORIDA
Grapes, pony baskets, 13 cents. : and we are anxious for you to see our
young Jersey
Chestnuts from the hills, 15 cents lb. Office at Pinehurst ParkP.
milk perfectly gentle and
Bananas, 10 and 20 cents per doz. gives from cow 12 to 14 quarts of milk O. Box 281 New Styles and high class tailoring. Best
Lemons, imported, 15 cents doz. per day. Only reason for selling is 10-8-1m ,

most Call for and the see least where money.you can buy Quality the that Address 10-25-6t I have or call one at more 29 Bryan than street.I need. place in the city to buy clothing.

guaranteed.THE ORLANDO SPECIALTY CO. FOR SALE OR RENTBeautifulnew Wood/ Wood WoodExcellent
cottage. Highland avenue and
109 West Church. : Street Park lake, in Sunshine Park. R.
10-7-tf Bruce 10251m.Perry, at Water Works. Core Pine Wood Supplied W. M. SLEMONS

Don't wait for every one tn town to in any quantity
have Entrican. the painter before FOR RENT Apartment of four nice
you try. Am too busy to look you ly furnished rooms; gas, separate
up. Phone 636, and I will be on the bath; new house; adults only; redaction : SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE 1 MiMMMMIIIIillllillllllM> MMiMi . . . . . ,.
Job. 1-20-tf to yearly tennant. 604 Magnolia t..I. . . . . . .- . . ..
avenue. 10-2.;-tf STRANDS OR MORE =

THE BITTER TRUTHA FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice 4 III 0 II I . 1111 II I.. +' ( '"'....i I t I II t II 1111 II II ,-MJ. 'I1'1''f1'II.I'tV8".4" A A
ly furnished rooms; gas, separate 4 "i"II..tIDI'I'I"111..1..1.
woman is the only known varietyof bath; new house; adults only. 604 ELDRED BARLOW
human being who will believe a Magnolia avenue. 10-25-tf
man when she knows he's lying. Telephone 375 I 3 1l-w fih4 I IfAxminster
Study will give a man learning but FOR RENT-Furnished for light II yur
housekeeping, suite of large pleas- South Street, near A. C. L.
the only way he can get common ant rooms; all modern conveniences;
sense is to be born with it.You'd also two nice sleeping rooms; private Tracks I
better not do anything :you're 10-28-6t family; close in. 312 North Main St. 9llmOrlando's

ashamed of; but if you do, you'd bet- --- --- Rugs
ter be ashamed of it. .
The man who takes a girl at her

face value never seems to allow for WANTED-Will buy fiom owner, 3 Big-
depreciation.It's to 5 acres of first class truck land;
former $25
better to have the kind of rep- must be within one mile from town 9x12 high grade Rugs, price ,
and cheap. J. G., care Sentinel. Real Es-
utation you don't have to defend.T. 10-30-3t gest
sale price $18.75.Remember .
F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. MR. HOME SEEKER-The Rose to
Conscientious work at fair prices. i see for Real estate of Quality and tate Bargain
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf : special bargains in all lines, is Clar- all of our goods are fresh from the I;
ence W. Rose, 308 North Main street.
,; COUNTERFEIT $10 NOTE, SERIES 10-27-10t We do old furniture stores out !
OF 1901, DISCOVERED 3 acres on one of the main streets factories. not buy j j

: Washington, Oct. 29.Discovery ofa reasonable.WANTED-Dressmaking all work guaranteed Mrs. J. A.and Evans.of prices any Phone kind very, that will be paved by Christmes. Cor- and ship the goods here and try to palm the goodsoff j jj

new counterfeit $10 United States 220. No. 200 East Robinson avenue. ner property and is set to Grapefruit, for new and fresh stock. :

I note, series of 1901, was announced 10-29-2w Oranges Tangerines and Pecans, all
today by the secret service. The bill
is characterized: as fairly deceptive NICE to adults LARGE only.FURNISHED 409 Delaney ROOM street. in bearing. Good Four Room Bung- We give with all cash sales. i '

counterfeit, bearing the number 10-25-tf alow furnished. Good Garage and coupons
I E780440.
t A. W. DOWDELL, plasterer, mason Barn. Owner leaving the countryand
and cement worker. 516 W. ChurchSt.
f We have noticed that it is much Phone 420. 10-25-1m will sacrifice this property at

1 easier for a busy man than for an only $4000.
i i idle one to get employment. If THREE ROOMS AND BATH, fur-
wagesare Snowden
nished or unfurnished, for light Kincaid &
from necessity cut, stick the housekeeping; electric lights; new & Atha
, closer to your job. "A half loaf is house. Phone Johnson, 67. 24-6t Cooper
better than no loaf."
WANTEDSSalesmaa and Col- 114 South Orange Are. Ground Floor
lector, apply to Singer Sewing Ma- Low Priced Furniture House. A II
chine Co., Orlando, Fla. 10-14-tf

7 Room stucco cottage near Eola; -- Orlando Florida
--- Sts.
located right; built right; will be sold FURNISHED search of rooms ROOMS, furnished-If you or are unfurnished in-,. Cor. Main and Pine ,
I right.
21 of Orlando's most desirable Taylor, 1008, call Hughey.on or address He can supply F. E. U.C.V.'Reunion Tl'M I 111 M I M M I J M ii;: l I I I I I 111 !M. 1111 > M I M 111111111 M M M : < : *j : ,' :jj
building lots, near Lake Eola; will be .
number of --
wants. Any roomson
sold only to agreeing to build your -- ---------- -
. houses in keeping with the location. any floor. Apartments to please I LAKELAND A. B. MOORE '

f 10 Acres on north side of Lake every one. 1036tFURNISHED ,;.. GORDON'S S CARRIAGEAND \ 'I
Ivanhoe, overlooking Orlando; all
cleared; suited for a home site; good ROOMS and board,Jor OCTOBER 28-30 Plain and Decorative Painting
land. six adults. Address Kentucky Home,I I
18 1-2 Acres land, about 17 acres in 511 Palmer street, Orlando Lake Low Rate Excursion Tickets Paperhanging and Kalsominin
5 year old budded grapefruit and oranges Cherokee. 10-17-1m will be sold October 26-27-28- I 'I
t DR. L. H. RAMSDELu First-class work good material and
21-2 miles from limits
; city ; I j 29, with final limit November2nd. I BAGGAGE TRANSFERL.
overlooks 4 lakes; nothing better in REEL'S STEAM LAUNDRY has add- OPTOMETRIST I reasonable prices. r-;o j "b too large I
Florida for the price. ed the latest collar ironing machinery small. Drop "
LikiH or too me a postal and
(SueccMor to Dr. O. P. )
r 10-23-1m ; guaranteed not to tear; every ATLANTIC COAST LINE we will talk it over.
collar turned by hand; one trial and Standard Railroad of the SouthA. T. HARRELL Prop. ORLANDO. FLORIDA
FOR SALE you will always be my customer. W. FRITOT, D.P.A. I I
Reel's Steam Laundry (for whites Piano and Furniture WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES A. B. MOORE I
Nursery stock, one, two, three and 138 Neat Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.J. .
lour year old buds; Fester Early,I only). Phone 654. 10-24-6t G. KIRKLAND, D.P.A. Moving a Specialty AND DO ALL KINDS OF E i
I Pineapple, Java Honosassa Wash- Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's Hillsboro Hotel Tampa. Fla. P. O. Box 524, Orlando t!
inirton! Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle,j jAVO.'a. I Church SI. PHONE 487 I
: FU. Phone 2222. 3-U-tt Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf Get the news in the Sentinel first. I

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Empire Hotel :

I, Five passenger Ford, good condition. 1-

Hot Water and Steam Heat Price $350.00. 1

1, Four; Door, five passenger Mitchell. A l

Rooms with Bath $1.00 bargain if sold at once, $350.00. t;


Nice Meals 50c 1, Two Cylinder Reo Truck. Price $150. :

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Distributors for the Oakland.

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Washington, Oct.
has attended the experimentswhich !
have for along time been in TRANSFERDr. :- 4RlEY-
progress at the naval academy, the Davidson
object of which were to detect con- B. WIENENGA, Prop. -
cealed flaws in masses of steel and
other metals, used in construction and
engines.By Livery, Draying and HaulingWE
photomicrographic observations,
it is believed that it will be possible
with certainty to detect any danger,
flaws and internal cracks in the great
steel shafts and other parts of the ..
engines upon which the safety and
mobility of the ship depends. If these AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
experiments work out as expected
they will result in revolutionizing the
methods of specifications to be included Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited

in all contracts for naval struc-
tural steel, and even more important HORSES FOR SALE 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON

they may present a certain means of
preventing of defective 'Phone 257. Orlando Floridat.IIIIIIIIIDIIII.I.II.IIIIIII.I..III.II.IIIIIIIIII. ,
; ; 11 H orspower: GUARANTEED 3xSpeed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic
steel rails which have caused disas-
trous railroad wrecks. I', : Mechanical Oil Pump, Step'Starter and 66 ,Refinements]


Washington, Oct. 29.-Notices from .,. 129Orange 4..
II Wright & Hilpert Ft
the federal reserve board were going = f
forward today to member banks in Orlando, ,

the money new in system making to transfers use gold of or reserve lawful 1 Th E EoIa Packilla[ 'C COffipallyPackers 1.1.,111"1.,11,111,11.111,1,1,1.,1,111111111,1..1,1.1,1111 'I 111111.

deposits to the regional institutions.The 1..illll..I..li.il.IIII.IIII.I.i..I. I I. I.I.I.I"I'I""I'I" 'III'
order also will apply to capital MiMtitMMIIMMMIIMIMIIiiltlMHMIIMMiilMMMMMtiiMIMIIMM'MMMtAll '
stock subscriptions to reserve banksto I i
be made by the member institu- :

tion. : and Shippers of Citrus
It is aimed to supply the regional :

will banks permit immediately the ready with issue money of reserve and :. Fruits and Vegetables. WATER HEATER WEEK ;i

notes to member institutions. The :
transfer of reserves will be begun : I will operate alone under above name and shall appreciate 1
after the secretary of the treasury : the business of all who have and any who have

gives formal notification of the open not patronized me in the last three years. For informa- ,

ing of the region banks November 16. : tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossingof
-"It is the desire of the board," the :
this Week Office
Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure at our
notice to the banks stated, "to arrange '
which I equipping with Mauld's latest
for the actual physical transfer : building, am ma-
of the first installment in such a man- : chinery and can consequently give you same service
ner as to create the least possible dis- ,: which has always spoken for itself. No. 5 N. Orange AvenueA i

turbance to business conditions in any : My efforts will be to sell all possible before resortingto
city or section." i': distribution.


I' 9-18-2 m Special Agent will Demonstrate
Paris, Oct. 29.-The Countess de-
Chambrun, formerly Miss Clara 1 .1111.11.11.1..111111111,11.111111111111.111111111.1.

Longworth, of Cincinnati, a sister of
Ex-Congressman Nicholas Longworth,I" ItItIJ:: : :
has received a letter from her hus- HMIIIilMiiMitllliMlllililiillMtMMIMIIlinTHE ,
band, who was at one time the French 1
military attache at Washington, and :
Automatic Gas Water Heater
now is an officer of an artillery com- :
pany at the front. In his letter Count :
de Chambrun says: '

"I am now having the great pleasure : modern fully equipped with the best up-to- You are invited to call and see this dem-
in the fire :
directing date chinery, and gives the citrus grower'the 1
against our own chateu and I take 1'
onstration and to inspect our display of'
great enjoyment in seeing piece after PROPER PACKING

piece come down. FIRST AID TO
The de Chambrun chateau is near Ranges and Heaters. j
St. Mihiel, where a stubborn strugglehas
been going on for six weeks however, would not accomplish the end desiredby
since that point has ben occupied by the grower, if he did not also have available the services -
the Germans.


Ocala, Fla., Oct. 29.-Following an

election on the day before, in which which rienced, with selling and forces reliable.thoroughly organized, expe- I ... .. .. ..... .. .. .. .'.. .' .. .., .. ...
f it was decided to vote bonds to the . . "
extent of $100,000 for sewerage pur- GIVES THE GROWER

adopted the proposed bond issue of
$75,000 to be used in the erection ofa me now, while I have the timeto Your general laundry work, French I buy, sell, rent, and exchange real
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITEDGROWERS' look it over and familiarize myself dry cleaning, and pressing will be apI I estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla,
municipal electric lighting plant. preciated. Satisfaction and service I over 30 years. Have handled
I MARKETING AGENTSCEI..A.SE with the talking points. I made the I over
The city is already bonded for the number of sales last winter guaranteed. Open September 28th. :$20,000,000. Call and see me.
sum of $55,000 to be used in improv- largest and expect to do even better this win- Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry,'10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.If .
ing the municipal waterworks. : & CO.* ter. My prospects are beginnig to ar- for whites only. 9-25-tf
With the bond issue just adopted : rive, and it might cause you to losea you have subscribed for the Sen-
Main Office, Jacksonville, FloridaA. sale by putting it off. Call todayat Up to date painting, papering, etc,
and issues Ocala : tinel and
previously adopted the Watkins are not receiving
my new offices in is the kind you want. Where to get your pa-
Orlando Fla.
R. Agent, ,
will spend two hundred and thirty : building and list your property. will do a favor
it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. per you by notifyingus
9-30-d&w t3 i
thousand dollars next year for municipal : WALTER W. ROSE,
.Entrican. 1-20-tf, at once.
Phone 565.
improvements. 1E "' 1--llllallllllll 'L' J .I'IJ Jttl".J Real Estate.

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I Dunkirk Preparing for a Siege I -% '-!_'__. *-i I >.._

Berlin, by wireless via Lon- '! ....,. -=
I don, Oct.30.-(Special.).-Headi .. .:..".., .,
i i quarters reports that the attacks .
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south of Nieuport and east I -If '

of Ypres are being continued i j :{ f
For To-day--- successfully. Dunkirk is pre- ;.' :,
paring for a siege and in the I A .
Tomorrow and every other day, you'll t fi.ida event of a German advance the : .. r. .
check account with the State Bank: mighty whole neighborhood will be if Ifi #
handy in keeping an accurate record of y jur flooded. A state of panic exists. ;
affairs. Several German aviators have 4
.'. money dropped bombs there. For the ft UI Mow you can personally i>s bi|
Take note-how many business men rest, the situation in the west- 1:11 II II H I ted by the advantages accrui .
pay you in cash? Very lew-for businessmen ern and eastern theaters of war i II II I!I the
commnmnity by :
cannot take chances by carrying m ney is unchanged. 5
about. The safe is the business-like I :
way ti i 1 1 I The
way-our bank checks. GERMANS TO TAKE RETALIA- Federal Reserve Act ?
Try paying with checks. i :: Call, .ttr
telephone or write anJf
via wireless, Oct. 30.er-
.. The State Bank of Orlando many has notified Great Britain I :: tV II II II 1: mail our booklet---just out--
through James W. Gerard, the American '-
I' ambassador in Berlin that if f ? explains this act fully and clear:

German civilians in England excepting -
those against whom there are
i grounds of suspicion, are not liber- ::- J

ated by November 5th all British sub- :............ .',',. ',
f jects in Germany will be similarly ar

rested. :,....,..:.:'..'.:.:::.,:: f
------ -- ---- -- I The feeling on this subject in Ber- {.. ..'..: ::'-. ':.'.. .
SLACKENED FIRE ON COLONEL'S Near Courtrai the French soldiers in t lin is high. .
BIRTHDAY the trenches signalled a message to
the opposing German soldiers: "Thisis TURKS ENTER ODESSA i'D. i-
Brussels, Oct. 30.-Reports reach our colonel's birthday.
here daily of the extremely bitter The Germans passed the word Bordeaux, France, Oct. 30.-It was : T \ '-
feeling of the German soldiers along the trenches and replied: "We announced officially here today that I 1 : [ J IPi;: :
against the British. Wherever the won't shoot much today. Let the two Turkish torpedo boat destroyers ....' .... .
Germans oppose the British the fight- colonel enjoy the day." entered the port of Odessa on the _
ing is reported to be incessant. Black sea yesterday and sank a'Rus- : : :.i : :
Between the Germans and the also inflicted r..s.: :- "
If. Kanners great sale continues sian gunboat. They ; .
French there is a more cordial feeling. .until. November 1st. ll-ti damage on the French liner Portugal. -


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, are included at the BIG

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

t .ff usual Low Prices. Come in now while the stock is unbroken, 'twill pay you.OSCAR .


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$1.00Shirts[ for $ .83

White China Pitchers, all sizes, priced from 15c to 30c, choice, 9c

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:: 2.00 Shirts for 1.79 Rugs, Japanese Mattingsize 9x12, $3.75 value,*extra special at $2.69 .

: Grocery Department all day: Saturday
: : Underwear,childrens ribbed shirts and drawers, reg. 25c value, 15c.Doylies .

: Best Maine Potatoes, per peck .25c.
hemstitched and embroidered,size 6,8, lOin. 25c value lOC
12 lb. Sack, Serve-Us Flour 40c.

:: 24 lb. Sack Serve-Us Flour. 80c. Kimona Crepes, in flowered and Persian designs, 18c quality, ge

:;:' 16 oz. Bottle Blue Label Ketsup value 25c. for >:,J) 20c. Bleaching full yard wide soft fin shed, 12 l-2c quality 10 yds 79c ,

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: :: SILKS, a big lot in plain and fancy designs. These are all :

: :: 3 Cans Sweet Violet Peas, 35c value 25c. :_:.
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