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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 10, 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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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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:, ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1914. NUMBER 207.PERSISTENT .

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. 1 I NEW REALTY AND LAND COMPLETELY OUTCLASSEDIN
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- =,4, CITY IS IN FLAMES AND SCORES NON-COMBATANTS ARE Special Car Will Bring Forty COMPANY FORMED GAME

: BEING KILLED BY GERMAN SHELLS FALLING AT

RATE OF TWENTY A MINUTE New Jerseyites Here For WinterMany BOSTONS LOOK UKE CHAMPIONSj-j
i FRED B. DALE AND C. H.

BRYANT ARE THEORGANIZERS 1
Are of Asbury Park and Ocean class through steel car moved from JMack's
British and French Reinforcements White Elephants Were j
Grove residents are already planningto Asbury Park to Orlando via New Jer-
Central, Royal Blue line, Atlantic Stunned by Crushing De- 1
Hastening to AntwerpBritish spend the winter in Florida, where sey Of the Orlando Building and
Coast Line service. The party will feat of Bender Who Was
their homes business Land Which Will
do Company
they own or number ,
40 persons, there being over
Dusseldorf during the winter. In order to meet 30 enrolled at present. The party will Engage in Real Estate Relieved in Sixth J
Airmen Drop :Bombs on Zeppelin Sheds at ,
the requirements of a great many be personally conducted all the way and Home BuildingThe -
Destroying One Dirigible-Germans Lose Heavily in an who go to Jacksonville and especiallyto by Mr. Whyte. The special car will Philadelphia, Oct. 9.-(Special)- i

Orlando, Fla., James M. Ross, 92 leave here 6:10 a. m. October 28, and Orlando Building and Land The Boston Braves met the Philadel-
Attack on French Left-Hostile Aeroplane Grove and arrive Company is the latest business phia Athletics here this afternoon be-
Mt. Carmel Way, Ocean at Jacksonville the next dayat : con-
Chased Away From Paris Harry W. Lake, 909 Summerfield ave- 1:20 p. m., and Orlando 6:41 p. m. cern launched in Orlando, and they fore 20,562 fans in the first battle for }

nue, Asbury Park, are perfecting arrangements Last year this delegation was met by will open their offices in the Rock the baseball championship of the *
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with Ira E. Whyte, district the Orlando board of trade and a building, opposite the San Juan hotel, world and beat them to a pulp. The
Ghent, via Ostend, Oct. 9.-Special.-Antwerp is besieged and passenger agent of the New Jer brass band.-Asbury Park (N. J.) on Monday, October 19th. Workmenwere Braves outclassed the American

t-' ajfire';with German shells raining upon it at the rate of twenty a sey Central, this city, to have a first- Press. engaged yesterday in arrangingthe champions in practically every de-
offices, painting signs, etc. partment of the game and the result
iminute from field and air. Its non-combatant inhabitants are falling ---- ------ --
in doubt after the second
was never
{c- by the score and two of its,forts in the inner ring of defenses, BIG VICTORIES CLAIMED I FIVE MILLION ON BATTLE eral The real new estate firm will business engage, buying in a gen-and inning.

; though silenced, still hold out and are making a magnificent de- selling city and country property, and The Braves played the kind of base-
will also contract for the of ball that lifted them from the bottomto
} fense against overwhelming odds. Germans began the bombard- BY AUSTRIANSCLAIM building
LINE IN' FRANCEIS houses and bungalows. the top of the National league.

ment this morning with renewed vigor and heavy guns. ,Asociated with :Mr. Fred B. Dale, They swept the Athletics off their

bearers arriving here -the main body of the head of the new company, in the feet with their whirlwind attack and
to dispatch ,
According
THE RECAPTURE OF DECLARATION OF U. S.
Orlando Building and Land Company, wonderful defense at critical mo-
British reinforcements, whose advance guard was on the way to PRZEMYSL AND MANY ARMY OFFICER WHO WAS is Mr. C. H. Bryant, while Davis & ments. The Athletics seemed dazed

Antwerp yesterday, has appeared and effected junction at a French GUNS FROM RUSSIANS ON THE MARNE Giles are counsel and F. A. Peppercorn by the onslaught and there was some-
,: contractor for the firm. thing almost pathetic in the way they
town in northern France whose name the censor would not permit
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Statement Says Russians Were Captain Coleman Declares the Mr. Dale needs no introduction to took the beating.The
i used and that the British and French armies are now proceeding Braves today looked like one
f Repulsed in Violent Attacks Germans Will Never Again the people of Orlando and Orange

i in forced marches in the direction of Antwerp. I and Lost Thousandsof Get as Close to Parisas county, having been in this city for of ed the together.greatest The ball Athletics teams ever wonderful weld-
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several years as the owner of the
rt Ir" Men They Were be seemed like bush
Bartlett gardens. During the past as they may ,
UNCONFIRMED REPORT SAYS THAT ANTWERP HAS two years he has built several houses league performers in comparisonwith
Vienna, Austria, via London, Oct. 9. New York, Oct. Assistant Sec- the dashing Bostonians.
r CAPITULATED and bungalows, for all of which he
-The following officialannounce-* retary Breckinridge of the war department found ready sale. He is thoroughly Unless some baseball miracle hap-

Bulletin London, Oct. 9.-Special.-It( is persistently rumored ment signed by General Hoefer, dep- and twenty army officers familiar with values in Orlando and pens, or the Braves show a great reversal

f that Antwerp has capitulated. The rumor is unconfirmed. uty chief of the general staff, was who went to Europe on the gold cruiser vicinity and is well and favorably from the form they displayed*
given out at Vienna today: Tennessee known to the people. today, they will be the next cham-
after the
soon begin-
t "Our troops have made further ad- Mr. Bryant is from Boston and. was pions in the baseball world. The Athletics -
COLOGNE GAZETTE SAYS ANTWERP IS IN FLAMES AND vances and yesterday they repulsedthe ning of the war, returned today on formerly comptroller of the Hotel tonight seem stunned by the defeat -

r THAT FALL OF, CITY IS IMMINENT enemy on the road to Przemysl, the 'Lusitania. They will report direct Lenox in that city. He and :Mr. Dale and the worst blow of all was
near Barycz, west of Dynow. Przes- : to Secretary Garrison their Activities will make a very energetic team. He that Bender, their pitching star and

,.> Bulletin: London, Oct. 9.-( al.-A special dispatch to I zow has been recaptured and guns in helping Americans in the war spent several weeks here last winter the man who is regarded as the greatest -

have been taken. zones. : and was so favorably impressed with "money" pitcher in the world,
the Star from Copenhagen says the Cologne Gazette reports Ant- L
f "In the territory between the river One of the returning officers, Capt. Orlando that he is very glad to make was knocked out of the box in the

! werp in flames. The chief military hospital is in ruins. St. Vistula and the river San we took Robert Coleman, was quoted by the his home here, after declining a ve sixth inning and succeeded by Wyck-

F George's Barracks are burning and the fall of the city is imminent. many prisoners from the fleeing Rus- New York City News association assaying flattering proposition in the North ryoff., It was the first time Bender has
sians. that he was with the right where he is well and favorably known. ever been removed from a world series -

"The renewed violent attacks on wing of the allied armies at the bat- The new concern invited the business combat and the psychological effect -
DESPERATE ATTACKS ON ALLIES' LEFT RESULT DISASTROUSLY Przemysl have been splendidly repulsed tle of the Marne and that there were of every one having property for bodes ill for the Athletics' chanceof

r TO GERMANS and the enemy's dead and 5,000,000 men engaged in the battle. sale or rent or desiring to purchase, retaining the championship. '

wounded were counted by the thou- "The German retreat was due to and callers at their offices will receive Score by Innings
Paris, Oct. 9.-Special.-Desperate( attacks by the combined sands. lack of food supplies and ammuni the most courteous attention. P.. 11.E.

forces of Generals Von Kluk and Von Boehm in an effort to pierce r "We have had victorious battles at tion," he was quoted as saying. "The The Sentinel always wishes such Braves _____020013010-7 11 2

'f' the angle of the French left and,Center, in the region of Roye and :Sziget in :Marmaros county, Hungary, Germans will never again get as nearto new and valuable concerns success Athletics ___0 100 000 0 0-1 5 0

Lassigny today, resulted in the signal defeat of the Germans who and in east Galicia. The landsturmand Paris as they have been. The and welcomes them in Orlando busi- Murphy made the only hit in the
the Polish legionaries rivalled French artillery, as I observed it,was .
lost 1,600 men in prisoners taken in two days of fighting. The each other in gallantry." superior to that of the Germans, but ness life.PUNTA first inning, but no score resulted.

action was extremely violent and the losses in killed and woundedon the German cavalry was better,than The Braves tallied twice in the sec


At both the sides extended were heavy.northerly positions the pressure against the I r BOTH ARMIES IN THE EAST is that"Every of the Frenchman French. knows that he GORDA SCENE OF 0 ond Maranville.double inning by with Gowdy Philadelphia a pass and to a made Whitted single their,by a

German flank has been redoubled and the efforts of the invadersto fighting for the existence of his only score in this inning when Mc-
country and he fights fair. ATROCIOUS CRIME
drive a wedge between the allies and the Belgian army of defense CLAIM VICTORY "I have in my possession the speechthe Innis walked and Strunk's single got

and defeat the carrying of relief to Antwerp has resulted kaiser delivered in 1910, in whichhe away from Moran.

... almost in the destruction of the German cavalry arm operating in said that the next war would be TWO WHITE MEN AND A Neither team scored in the third or
VIENNA CLAIMS fourth.
this region. RUSSIANS war to the death and in which he or- NEGRO ARRESTED ON
HAVE The Braves scored again in the fifth
BEEN FORCEDTO
Fierce fighting occurred in the vicinity of Lille and La Basse dered his men not to accept or give MURDER CHARGE when Gowdy tripled and Maranville
RETREAT quarter and to take I
between the opposing cavalry forces, and one unofficial report no prisoners. singled.
am told that the speech was repeatedby Negro Blind Tiger
says that after suffering heavy losses the German cavalry was Rome Dispatch Declares That the kaiser at the outbreak of this Decoy Was Boston gathered in three more in
Killed and His
beaten and in disordered retreat, even across the Belgian fron- the Russians Were Victo- war." Body Hid the sixth and knocked Bender out of
in Creek for Nearlya the box, Wyckoff relieving him. Ev- t
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Captain Coleman
tier. was said to have
rious
and Repulsed ers singled, Connolly drew
Month a pass,
Several attempts have been made here by the Kaiser's troops to German Army characterized as wonderful the bayo- Whitted tripled, scoring two and com
net charges of the French
at
cut the French lines of communication north of Arras, but with- the battle of the Marne. troops Punta Gorda, Fla., Oct. 9.-Sheriff I ing home himself on Schmidt's sin-

out success, and the allies' flanking maneuvers near the France- London, Oct. 9.-The advance guardof Dishong late yesterday arrested Jesse gle.Neither
the two armies in southern Poland : Alderman and a man named Locklear scored in the seventh, but
Belgian border is declared to be developing favorably for the ZEPPELINS DROP BOMBS ON OIL ,
allies. have come into contact and both claim i TANKS both white, and a negro named Mob- Boston gathered in the seventh and

the victory. In the first skirmish the ley, charged with the murder of a last counter of the game in the eighth

Fighting continues with undiminished vigor in the region of Vienna general staff says the Austro- f I London, Oct. Telegraphing from young negro who had been sent hereto when Schmidt and Gowdy singled and i

Lens, Arras, Bray Sur Somme and Chaulnes. German army invading Poland from procure evidence against "blind ,Schmidt stole home. I
(Antwerp, by way of Amsterdam, a i
Offensive and defensive action has been confined almost entirely Cracow forced the Russians to'retreat 'Reuter correspondent Zeppelin, tigers." I !

to the two extreme wings of the rival armies, although the from Opatow and Klinontow and is 'I I airships cruising above says the fortifications -I The alleged murder was committed SKY LAST NIGHT GLARED RED
now starting to force them to retreat about a month but the WITH LIGHT OF
FLAMESAT
ago story just:
I
Germans are reported in a dispatch to the Temps to have renewedthe from the river of Antwerp dropped bombs on
.
Dunajec.The came out through the alleged confes- ANTWERP
bombardment of Rheims.In (some oil tanks at Hoboken, which
Russian official reports simply [I caught on fire. To sion of one of the number.
the Woerve district a terrific artillery duel is being announce that this is prevent a general London
fought operation occur- I I I conflagration the other tanks were The skeleton of the young negro Oct. 9.-In a dispatch from
along the entire front with no decisive results. (Continued on page 8) II i II'hastily drained. was found yesterday near the edge ofa Amsterdam filed this afternoon the
I I tidewater creek between this city correspondent of the Reuter Tele-

and the hamlet of Cleveland. The gram company says:
GERMAN BIRDMAN CHASED AWAY FROM PARIS Coast Line Trains Will Stop At skull shows a bullet hole entering be- "The uninterrupted thundering of

Paris, Oct. 9.-Special.-Another( ) German aeroplane approached low the left ear and passing out near guns was heard at Rosendaal from

Paris late this afternoon. A French monoplane imme-> All Orlando the right temple. Antwerp throughout the night. The
Street Crossingstrains The crime was atrocious, according firing slackened a little in the early
diately chase and both machines
gave soon disappeared eastward.No .
:to the alleged confession, the perpetrators morning, but it has now resumed with
bombs were dropped. I full force.
taking the young black in an
Evidently from the viewpoint of was only recently inaugurated.It 'automobile "The
and compelling him to sky last night was made red
I the Atlantic Coast Line railway the is doubtful if the stopping of trainsat wade by the flames
BRITISH AIRMEN DESTROY ZEPPELIN IN SHEDS :AT. placing of flagmen ateach out into the deep water of the of burning Antwerp.
crossingis all crossings will prove permanently creek, where he was shot to death by (Rosendaal is about twenty miles
DUSSELDORF not satisfactory, and after today satisfactory, and extremely prob- Alderman it is alleged. The vulturesand north of Antwerp in Holland.)

London, Oct 9.-(Special.)The press bureau at the admiralty they will be discontinued. Every able that ultimately the railway company crawfish had eaten the flesh from

reports officially that three aviators of the British corps'success- train a will member stop at of each the street crossingand : will consent to the installationof the bones and nothing but the skele- FEDERAL LEAGUE RESULTS
crew will walk gates at the more important and ton with the telltale bullet hole in
fully attacked the Dusseldorf air sheds. The report adds, "Lieut. ahead to see if the street is clear and dangerous crossings skull remains. the -- .',

Marix dropped a bomb from a height of 500 feet on the sheds: and to warn pedestrians and approaching So far no serious accident has Excitement the Baltimore 5, Brooklyn 4. sr
occurred over murder is intense
Pittsburg 0-3
I Buffalo 1-0.
the bomb fell through the roof, destroying a Zeppelin. The flames vehicles of danger. on Orlando crossings, but nar- here. Two other men not yet

shot 500 feet in the air. The three'officers manning the British The city officials have for some row escapes have been numerous and arrested are said to be implicated.The New
time been demanding protection at|it is doubtful if the stationery, latest books, school
city officials will victim is
aeroplanes are reported to landed but said to have obtained
have safely, their aero- the crossings, and the and office supplies, combined
placing of writingand
Bagmen ever consent to the entire
abandonment
pUxcs' were J lost damaging testimony against the
\.. men fountain pen ink. Curtis
to
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safety
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RAILROAD BRIDGE DESTROYED.. other than by bullets or fragmentsof ty officers and only five are left out I
shells. They have been smotheredto of more than 2,000 men. The regi- TRUE. CHEAP
death, evidently by powerful con- ment is a mere helic.ALTAMONTE.
cussion, or have been asphyxiated by D

powerful deadly gas. SPRINGS
WITH PAINT
MEANSThe
According to further instances of

apparently mysterious deaths among Altamonte Springs, Fla., Oct. 8.A
the Germans the correspondent says: telegram was received from Lancaster paint which covers the largest

"Even more extraordinary is another N. H., announcing the death of surface-Gives the longest service
of dead I
group sixty lying about a Hon. Frank Smith. Mr. Smith owneda
small haystack as if in sleep, their beautiful winter home here and was -Lasts; and looks well.
rifles stacked and their knapsacks
arranged -
making arrangements to return to
in orderly heaps. his Southern home early this season, THAT'SHarrisons' J
"In the outer of the
ring
path of
but man proposes, God disposes. Mr.
the'shells can be tracked in a direct 'Smith had passed his 81st mile post.
line by heaps of bodies, but the par- His friends were numbered by his $. ; ,
ticular shell that killed these sixty
acquaintances. One by one the roses
r struck them in front, from behind "Town &
and Country rA
fall. few
I Only a days ago was a telegram .
II I i at the sides with the same sudden received announcing the deathof

death, and yet none of them bears :Mr. S. Maxwell Mcintyre, also a The result
: of over a Hundred
I ITi any outward wound. There they are
winter resident of Altamonte and for- A
; .. stretched face downward or staring mer resident of Orlando.If Years Experience. O OA
at the
up sky, seemingly paralyzedby
Photo copyright 1914. by American Press Association the mere force of the explosion. you want your bicycle fixed in I Ia Get our free book Cause & Effect."
This shows the awful destruction of war. French near I "The
troop AmJPtlIIo same mysterious results d
were hurry take it to Warman's Repair It tells you many things you ought to know.
France railroad bridge bin/lor fhp
:<: destroyed a to movements of the German seen in many of the trenches where Shop. 12-5-tf.

Germans were piled in rows. The SOLD
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WITHERING DEATH OF FRENCH the wholesale extinctions of the pop- German army to the east and northof .

FIELD GUNS ulations of Herculaneum and Pom- Rheims was stated to be strongly
.. peii." entrenched in deep cuttings with OPERA HOUSE E Jos. Bumby Hardware Co.,
(By Herbert Temple, European Man- Such an account sounds mysterious.Were bomb proof shelters and rest houses
ager of the International News the Germans killed where they underground, and very similar ones For the last Twenty-five Years.

Service.) i stood by violent and overpowering, were found at Betz, behind the Ourcq. ,
London, Oct. 8.-At the outset of poisonous fumes? Is that the "great One of these was a mile and a quar- Commencing
the titanic European war, French I' secret?" Continuing the correspondent ter long with tunnels in all directions, I
writers commenting on the probablefate says: yet it was filled with dead. I
of the Germans had much to say I' "On the borders of one of the for- "Along the whole length of the bat-

'$ of the "great secret" of France as. a ests, a company of Prussian infantryat tle line, according to all the stories of MOllhlay n Niabt
factor in the struggle. Time and I bivouack is laid out as if it was French artillery men, Germans never
again stories emanating from Paris surprised by the fire. Two sentriesare were able to stand before the fire of
mentioned the "great secret" and the still grasping their rifles and a i I the French guns whenever it found
"mystery" by which their country was little way off a messenger lies by them out, but latterly as soon as a .i
: to strike down the German hosts. October 12th
f himself. French battery opened. a hasty retirement -
Not once has there been given an "Further on art officer lies a few 'I was quickly followed by BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
inkling of the nature of the "great yards from his men, who are heavy bombardment by big caliber LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
.; secret," but a London correspondent, stretched out with loosened belts and German artillery far out of range. For One WeekiARROW's e
writing from Dieppe, after a visit to lying in their blankets. Two of them I "That the Germans are beginning; Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
the battle fields along the Marne believes still hold playing cards in their hands. I to feel discouraged is gathered from .1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc-
that he has found it in the If Those sleeping and those who letters seized and statements made by tion during that time: .
..: three-inch field guns used by the]were awake when they died evidentlywere I officer prisoners. A lieutenant of the
. .French, which according to the stories swept out of life together with- 26th artillery regiment writes: "The Touring Car $555.00Runabout

paralyze the Germans as they out apparently having had time to I tenth corps has been fighting inces- AMERICAN. GIRL 505.00 -
stand, killing them apparently without move." santly since the beginning of the
Opening Bill F. O. B. Orlando. All can fully eqetppeLF1Irthu.
wounding them and leaving them The same thing is noticeable on campaign. Almost all our horses
much as were left the victims'''of the other battle fields in France, say va- I were gone. We had been under fire we will be able to ubtaln the mailctus* efficiency
in Mr factory production and the sinimum cost in our
great volcanic tragedies of Herculaneum rious writers, but not one of them from 5 a. m. to 8 p. m. without foodor "THE PHARMACY GIRLS" parrhuing and .mle department if we r-ack KB at.rat of
and Pompeii. has made any attempt to explain the I drink. The French 8th artilleryfire 300.000 can between the above date.
The writer says: "A visit to the I matter. Evidently, when the French was terrific. I am so worn out Prices Seats And should we reach this production we agree to pay about aa
253550. on the buyer's share from $40 to $" per car (on or
. field of the battle of the Marne shows talked about their "great secret" they that I can hardly sit on a horse even sale Butts' Kitchen August 1.115) to every retail buyer who purchases a new
the devastating power of the French had in mind something worth talking I at a walk. Even at night our men at Candy j, Fora ear between August 1. 1114 and August 1, 1915.
on Monday at o'clock. porticulare regarding these low price*and profit-
three-inch field guns to be somethingof about. Is the mysterious "withering can not rest. A French airman last 9 For farther ,
sharing plan see
which we hitherto had not death" of their three-inch field guns I night threw four bombs, three of .1 .
If have subscribed for'the
dreamed. the "secret Apparently the results which killed and wounded twenty you Sen- F. G. RUSH,
Entire sections and companies of and the comments of observers' horses and four men. We get no let- tinel and are not receiving your pat
per, you will do a favor by notifyingus Phone 226
German troops have been struck as if would indicate as much. ters.'
I I at I
f by simultaneous thunderbolts, re- 'I The Germans, according to all accounts "An officer of the Prussian Guards once.Subscribe al

minding one of nothing so much as have been killed in some way ys: 'My regiment started with sixiiiiaiiiiiiiiUaiiiiiiiiiii-
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We not only sell the properties

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Situated five miles southeast of Orlando; 14 large Pecan trees about 20 years old in full bear-
a
projected Brick road within one mile of ing. ..' > '!''J&1V which are listed with us, but

25 acres of truck land cleared and ready to be t

property. The tract has 280 acres, on planted.

: the second highest elevation in Florida, Balance of acreage adapted for citrus fruit and also finance. them for the seller

trucking. Also virgin timber and grazing land all under
} on a very large lake deep clear water,

fence. Sweet and Irish potatoes, tomatoes, corn, water-
and one-half
sandy bottom over me.
- melons, pineapples and bananas have been successfully
well
lake front, therefore has not experienced as as for the buyer to facilitate
grown This proposition we recommend not only as a

any frost, even on Banana plants during good commercial proposition, but also as a good invest-

ment. A maker from the start with bigger
' money pros-
all the of the present occupant. the deal I
years Mortgages
pects. This property has buildings which could not be bought

: Six acres planted in large orange and grapefruit duplicated for less than one thousand dollars. All farm

implements included in the sale. This property
trees in full be ar.Ing. are can '
be bought through your own real estate broker or sold and sold.
one-half of 375 three-year old
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NEWS LETTER | i greatest aviation thrill ever experi- member expires. The salary is $12- war, with its consequent destruction .

enced when for the edification of the 000 a year. j!of foreign trade and commerce, has :

Washington, Oct. 5, 1914.-The president members of congress, and The most important powers and ,served to place a greater strain upon !
break between Villa and Carranza is this country. Already the federal reserve -
army and navy officials, Lincoln duties of the federal reserve board I I )
causing administration officials in board has shown its usefulness GRAND

Washington considerable trouble and Beachy called the most daring of are to exercise general supervision I|''I by approval of the plan to raise a
:over federal reserve banks to sus- j
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American aviators, exhibi- I,
worry. Officials take the view that gave an $1,000,000,000 gold pool to maintain
tion, flying over the White House and I pend temporarily the requirements of
there is no occasion for immediate our credit abroad. With the closingof
I the law as to the amount of reserve
withdrawal of the American troops the capitol, looping the loop, taking the stock exchange there was no

from Vera Cruz, Mexico. thrilling slides and aviatnig upside funds banks shall maintain in their way of assembling the financial resources -j TODAY
vaults; to regulate the issue and retirement -
That President Wilson will prob- down. of the country, and the carry-
ably not actively seek a second termis Society in general and local society of federal reserve notes; to ing out of the gold pool plan will
compel the banks to write off worth-
indicated by the intimation recently in particular, has taken up a doubtless relieve us from embarrassment. -
given New Jersey Democrats not new line of endeavor in furtheringthe less assets from their books, and if j I .

to start a second term boom, but it is preliminaries of the fashion shows need be to suspend and wind up any "

believed by many Democrats, both in which are to be held in Washingtonand federal reserve bank. FEDERAL COURT TURNS DOWN I "A GAME OF POLITICS
Assisting the federal reserve boardis
and out of congress, that the presi- elsewhere in the next two months. MARCONI COMPANY SUIT
dent will be urged for renominationby American designs and constructionand an advisory council, composed of !i ,
members selected by the reserve i AGAINST DANIELS
domestic be |
almost unanimous products are to exploited -
an party. banks of the twelve districts. :j A Lubin feature in
special
In a letter to Representative Jefferson in the name of sweet charityas 1 complete
I New York, Oct. 8. The federal district
The activities of the federal reserve -
M. Levy, owner of historic Monti- they were never before from a
commercial banks are those of usual banking in- court ruled today that it had no two parts.
cello, the birth place of Thomas Jef- purely standpoint.The
stitutions. To give our currency sys- jurisdiction in the suit brought
ferson, Secretary Bryan again
urges tem elasticity it has the power to against Secretary Daniels and four
Mr. sell the Federal Reserve Banking System
Levy to property to the
issue federal reserve bank notes.It naval censors by the Marconi, Wire-
United States, saying that such a The fundamental change in our I
is only in the discretion of the ,less Telegraph company of Americato
transfer at this time is fitting as it banking system made by the federal
federal reserve board that the federal prevent the government from keeping
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would commemorate the Democratic reserve act of congress of December
reserve banks may issue these. Theyare closed the wireless stations at
administration of the president, which 23, 1913 is of interest to all of our "Han \
redeemable in gold at the United Siasconset, Mass., and Seagate N. Y. ill fiarry'Vo OillL
"is being conducted on Jefferson principles people. For years the great need for
States treasury in the city of Washington The company's application for an injunction -
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an elastic currency had been felt, but
[ D. C. For the security of the was dismissed.
Thomas Watt Gregory, recently appointed it was necessary that the government'should
holders of these notes collateral must ,;
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attorney general of the United provide safeguard against un-
be deposited with the federal reserve FOR THIS WEEK A one reel comedy.
States, comes to the department of due expansion or contraction. )I I
agent for the district. Also, a reserve ,
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justice with a notable record as a This was done by the creation off
in gold of forty per cent. must be ; Hunt the Place to Save Money
trust buster, having collected $2,000- the federal reserve board with exten-'(
i maintained to protect the federal re- I Fresh from the counry Eggs, per
000 from the Waters-Pierce Oil com- sive powers over banking institutions. \ doz. 35c.Keifer.
serve notes outstanding. Provision is
pany in fines.. He is the third mem- The United States has been divided i Pears for cooking and
ber of the cabinet to be furnished by into twelve districts which have been : made for the automatic retirement of pickles, 50c. peck. "

the little city of Austin, Texas. apportioned with due regard to the these notes. II I Apples of the best, 20c. to 25c doz.
The buy-a-bale of cotton movement convenience and customary course of j'I The federal reserve banks have authority -i Peaches of the finest, 30c. per doz. "Tb Vi i n il I IlieVio\ w
!l to issue circulating notes secured Grapes,Grapes,Grapes 25c. basket.
which was started to help out business. $n each of the twelve districts -i by deposit of two cent. i Tomatoes the best Maryland stock, ,
per
the cotton producers in the situation, a federal reserve city has been 8c. per Ib.Bananas.
bonds.
brought about by the European war, designated in which a federal reserve government !I the finest, 20c. per doz.
is growing by leaps and bounds. bank has been established. >I The financial situation during the Florida Bananas, lOc. per doz. A Lubin comedy,
;past year or two has been high Oranges, Grapefruit, and fruit of
in each
Charles A. Farquhar, the postman The federal reserve bank
strung, and it has been the part of all kinds. Visit the little store and be
who delivers the mail at the residenceof district is composed of the national:
wisdom to proceed cautiously in convinced, as quality and prices will
Senator Smith, requested the sen- banking associations in the disrict adopting the radical changes brought make you call again.
ator to buy a bale of cotton for him and is required to have a capital stockof THE ORLANDO SPECIALTY CO.
about by the law. The sudden and
at 10 cents a pound and hold it untilit at least 1000000. In case the I 109 W. Church Street
unexpected advent of the European HEAR
could be sold at a profit. national banks in the district fail to :10-7-tf

Mrs. Ernest P. Bicknell chairmanof take all of this stock private individ- ----- ------- .---- ----- ----

the committee on housing, National uals and the United States may takeit .I..a lll..I..II.I.I.III..III.IIIIII.II.III. '

Civic Federation, and wife of the but the stock will have no voting "THAT ORCHESTRA"A

national director of the American Red i power. The enforcement of the federal X ..South Apopka Nurseries.. *

Cross recently paid a beautiful trib- I reserve law is entrusted to the .

ute to the memory of Mrs. Woodrow I federal reserve board, consisting of All the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange '. ', real treat in store for you.

Wilson wife of the president, in a I five menbers appointed by the president J Trees thrifty, well-rooted and clear of all diseases. ; ;

review of her work for the improve- i of the United States in addition New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family

ment of working and living 'conditions -i to the secretary of the treasury and I FREE. Address i

Mrs. Wilson's greatest achieve- I the comptroller of the currency, who .

.ment for the national capital was the are ex-officio members of the board. .

passage of the "alley bill" to clean II The board has its office in Washington j ...South Apopka Nurseries... :i : .

out the slums of Washington and D. C. Two members of the boardare 5c lOc

give breathing and playing space in I required to be experienced bank : OCOEE, FLORIDA :

their stead. ers. Ten years is the term of office, : 9-4-tf .: : I"r

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THE DAILY ,750 ORANGE COUNTY BUSINESSMEN CHICKEN THIEVES LANDED IN ORLANDO OPERA HOUSE t. .11 1. (, tll. ... I I I 1111111. .1. '.
BOUND FOR JAILA JAIL I
Sosth Florida SentinelMORNING Commencing Monday, October 12th
for One Week II
AND WEEKLY serious condition is likely to con- Tuesday night a chicken house at I

JOSIAH FERRIS. Edits and Owner front the sheriffs office in a few days, Ocoee was robbed of all the fowls it ZARROW'S "AMERICAN GIRL"CO.

and it may be necessary to secure an contained, the thieves not even leaving
Having received the contract for
Entered at the porioffiee at Orlando. Flor the jail to accommodate Sunday dinner for the
annex to county a owner. I INO.
ida. .* Second Claw Mail Matter. the above show on the 8th day of October -
I the business men who are evidently Three colored men are charged with 1914, I wired the company SATURDAY SALE

SUBSCRIPTION RATES anxious to try the accommodations the robbery and Jas. Cole and Ned I manager the following: 4
DaD,.. 1 Year ,....................... $5. 0Duly. of the Brown arrested at Ocoee I "Yours received, and in reply will
6 Months .................... 2.50 county. were while i, say that if you have a clean show and
Daily S Months ...................... 1-25 Last year about one thousand con- LeRoy Thomas was captured in San- all for all shows
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .50Weekly. carry special scenery
cerns paid a license to do business in ford and brought to Orlando by the and have new songs you can play my

1 Year ...................... SLOG Orange county, but to last night popular acting sheriff, J. W. Bass. house. I usually require two hundred
Weekly 6 Months .................... .7$ up sheets of paper for billing. Wire if
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only about 250 had secured the necessary J
show with and
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN your can comply same
? ADVANCETO permit to do business during the The rate at which people are com will start newspaper advertising." .

period from October 1, 1914, to Octo- ing to Orlando never before equalledat "Geo. A. Barker."

S ADVERTISERS: ber 1, 1915. It is hardly likely' that this season of the year was indi- Answer to the above telegram:
"West Palm Beach, Oct. 9, 1914.
CoP far siott display be banded and all in at.thcr the handsetadTerUcinc businessjffie. 750 business houses have closed up cated last night by the fact that the "Yours to hand and will say start Another Bargain Feast Saturday. Miss

.f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. .. without any one finding it out, but popular Grand hotel was filled to I newspaper advertising. I have the your supper if need be, but be sure to be
the day before pablicatien. This nil applies rather a big increase is what is sus- show and will comply with all requirements .
t. chance for contract advertiunz! ; it Is overflowing and other hotels in the mentioned here between 7 and 10. 'Ve've selected
; will fc. trietly adhered to. If license is not procured except paper.Don't
and pected.
iUTkrUblc city were not without a generous sup- carry any as we play salary : some very choice specialties both for all
Subscriber desiring The Seentinel discontinued pretty soon it is understood County ply of guests. dates. For future information Ire. day and also for after supper shopping,
should notify the office in writing on Solicitor W.' L. Tilden will begin the fer you to our agents, Greenwood and they
the date of expiration. otherwise sYbscriptton tt will rates be filing of informations, and .it is then The enlargement and improvementof Booking Agency, who have booked us are marked-down-down-
the regular down-down-where
continued at
like 'em.
the Caruthers & Gore in you
to stop is received. grocery, in your
until notice that the jail is likely to be overcrowded house."L.. "
the Watkins block, has been Edwards.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 10, 1914. unless, of course, the delinquents completed The above show is "The American
q prefer to give a bond that will amountto with the placing of the plate Show Girl" company, and will play These Speak for Themselves
more than the license.A. glass,front and it is now one of the for their opening bill "The Pharmacy
BOB HOLLY SINGS PRAISES OF most attractive stores in the city. Girls" on Monday night October 12th. BED SPREADS
The prices will be 25-35-50 cents.
Col. Watkins has
let the
ORLANDO D. ,ARNOLD 'CONTEMPLATING contract for Anyone attending the show and not Full size, heavy quality, nice designs, good value
the paving of the alley and court in
satisfied after the
MATRIMONYMr. first act is over, for $1.00, Saturday selling
4 Editor Bob Holly, in writing of the the rear of the Watkins block with come to the box office and get your

v meeting of the Lake Region Press as- vitrified brick, and the work will be money back. The above company will 79 Cents
A/ D..Arnold the and be here for the entire week if they
,
popular
in done by the Alabama
Wednesday Paving
sociation in this city com- come up to the requirements of my
the Sanford Herald of yesterday is ever obliging night clerk at the San pany under the supervision of Mr. telegram to them. It is my intentionto

lavish in his praise of Orlando as a I Juan hotel, is on the verge of com Giliespie. try to give my patrons good, clean 81x90 HEMMED SHEETS 81x90
and city. The mitting matrimony, the mistake of a shows, and to protect myself from Here's a price slump! Extra large size sheet
beautiful progressive
Orlando.minister yesterday afternoon Miss Anna L. Echols, who has been such shows as will not please my pa- heavy weight tom and hemmed, 2% inch
following extract from his article will absent from Orlando for several years trons. The company's manager gave hem, extra value at 85c., Saturday,
be appreciated by the people of Or- precipitating matters. Mr. Arnoldwas me the following bills for the first 1 pair to customer.
art at the
lando sitting in one of the drug stores studying great art. studios, three nights: Monday night, "The
: dinedat with a couple of ladies enjoying a has returned and has exhibition Pharmacy Girls;" Tuesday "The Girl 59 Cents
"The editors and guests were quite collection of the Midway "Jake's
a of her work bothon ; Wednesday,
drink when the
minister
hotel at o'clock cooling entered "
the San Juan one and china. Adventures. Come out Monday night
canvas on She it
and being at the San Juan meant yesterday and mistaking Mr. feels says and see the show. It is guaranteedto 36--INCH SANITARY LONGCLOTH
homelike
that had fine repast under the Arnold for a popular citizen, whose to be back again and please. If not, your money back. in sealed fine .
they a she is put up packets, quality, soft chamois
delighted with the improve- Prices 25-35-50 cents. Seats sale
wedding has recently been announced, on finish, regular $1.25 for 10
careful supervision of Harry Waters at Butt's yards,
ments she on Monday morning at 9
Besides
sees. her
art studio -
and his efficient staff. Editor How- proceeded to congratulate him and o'clock. Saturday, per piece,

ard took.charge of the party and saw one of the ladies as'the supposed she is starting a dressmakingclass GEO. A. BARKER, 89 Cents
bride. on an entirely new method. Mgr. Orlando Opera House.
to it that they lacked for nothing in Read her advertisement and
see. She
The
the of entertainment. premature congratulationswere
way
has taken premiums at every exhibi- the Sentinel 72-inch PURE LINEN DAMASK
"After the business meeting the entire rather embarrassing, but Mr. Try for all kindsof

party was taken over the city in Arnold soon recovered and was over tion in which she has taken part. Printing. Prompt service.MAKER Responding to the many enquiries from the

the of Commissioner Johnson heard to remark to one of the ladies friends of those who availed themselves of our
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special of last week we will again put on the ex-
and Commissioner Clark Robinson that it would be a shame to permitthe
ceptional offering of
and these gentlemen are not only minister's congratulations to go I
72-inch Pure Irish Linen Damask
but for naught, and that a visit to the I
good city commissioners they I A PROFIT in a grand variety of charming designs, worth
know their Orlando and her needs county judge and then to the minister 85c., Saturday night

.-* 'would be tt: IJroI?:r proedure.?
.and the ; ; i c I I
..orK of the commission form 59 Cents"EVERLASTING"
The reply of the lady could not be
f- of government is showing results in I
heard but both rose with a deter-
the better paving at cheaper rates,
mined and happy look that presaged GINGHAMS
and many other improvements. The
editor of the Herald thought he knew wedding bells at an early date. In I have two lots on Hillcrest Avenue, one a corner lot 1 In response to an "encore" we take pleasure in
Mr. Arnold has not quite
something of Orlando, being engagedin case suaded her, glad of the per and the other adjoining. Each lot 64x135. Bearing Or- announcing that we will again cut the price of
newspaper work in that city sev- we are op- this splendid quality of Gingham, all day Sat-
portunity to help him out by truth trees. Southern Sidewalk already
ange exposure.
eral years ago, but the new Orlandois urday, 10 yards for
that he is of the
some city, and on every street fully declaring one down. Hillcrest Avenue will be paved with brick. 85 Cents
best fellows in the world and that she
buildings are going up and factoriesare
will make mistake in his
rearing their heads toward the no accepting These lots will be sold at a price which will guaranteea

g sky. The new Yowell-Duckworth proposition.If Stripes, Checks, O'Terchecks, Tartans Ec.
profit for a quick turn.
building, four stories in height and

the roof garden on the fifth, is a you want to learn to sew, join 36-inch SILK EOLIENNE

great addition to Orange avenue and the dressmaking class taught by Miss Poplin weave, extremely fashionable, in aU the

puts Orlando in the big city class. Echols. Pupils make their own clothes new Fan Tones, including Navy and Black 60c.

Another bin hotel is in contemplationin under the supervision of Miss Ech S.Y.WAY.Insurance valus Saturday for

Orlando and already the many hotels ols. she being responsible for the fit

of the city are filling up with and style of garments. Tapestries, and Real Estate 49 CentsLADIES'

u winter visitors. Lake Eola has been oil, water colors, and china painting Agent i --

beautified with a fine cement walk taught by Miss Echols. Studio in UNION SUITS

and flower beds around the shore line Watkins building. Hours from 8:30to PHONE 172IIIIIIIIIMIHMMHIHMMMIMieiMIIHCIMUmiHIHIMeilMMIIIIMMMIII j
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Low neck, no sIeves, all sizes, regular 35c.. Sate -
and Lake Lucerne is being brickedall 5. Call and see her work. It
I urday night,
around it. Many new palaces are i,
being erected on Lake. Lucerne and II 25 Cents

there is no end to the building and .

improvements going on in every partof MEN'S CAMBRIC HANDKERCHIEFS
i d&fflmx 1 1t
Orlando. The Country Club, having Kodak

Finishing t
Deep hem white only, regular 15c. value, Sat-
the finest golf course in the state, urday, 3 for
is one of the points of interest, and '

%a the fair grounds are being improvedand : t iJ>7 FILMS, 10 CENTS A ROLL \ \ 25 Cents

lockers and bath rooms are being I t

installed Birmingham here ball for dub the benefit to winter of the in I : JMcEL: OY'S PH.A.. JMA.CY: : SNAP FASTNERS

Orlando this season. MIIIMIIIHHMHM.MIMMIMIMIMMMtMMMMIOIMMIMIMHMMIMI itf > Rust proof, black and white, all sizes. These are
German manufacture and we cannot reorder, sold
"The Orlando Sentinel, the Report
er-Star and the Citizen are making C illllinilMlllliaMIMMIHHMMIMIHIIII en MlillllltlMMMillllMMIMIT'S : regularly 10c. a dozen, Saturday night 3 doZe for

._ improvements and expect to make 10 Cents

their papers better than ever, if sucha

thing is possible, and the hustling Limit 6 dozen to a customer.

board of trade and county commis-

sioners think enough of the papers to LADIES SHOES

take a thousand copies of each to sendto LIKE THISWe White Buck Colonial, new lasts, reg$2 89
northern prospects. ular $4.00, Saturday _____ .

"The visitor to Orlando is at once Patent Leaber Pumps, new lasts, regular $2 89

struck with the idea that $4.00, Saturday __________ 0
man
every
.-. in Orlando knows that he has a good believe that high quality, the best workmanship,

town to let and the knowing stranger it know never it.hesitates Other and newest and most artistic designs should be blended Grocery Department

cities have laid claim from time to ALL DAY SATURDAY
in article of for her
time as being the most beautiful every jewelry a woman wears

cities in the state but Orlando is the adornment. That's the kind of jewelry we carry. NEW POP CORN, package ------ 10c

first and will always come first in -

civic improvements. The wide spread- When you come here you are certain to find satisfaction BEST APPLES, peck-_________- 40c

ing oaks, the lakes in the
' many city
limits, the Country Club, the good on every count. Our jewelry is the kind that BEST MAINE POTATOES, peck.25c
:

j" above hotels all and the many boosting fine, energetic stores, and citizens will pass on down the family from generation to gen- ..: JUMBO SALTED PEANUTS, per. lb. SOC

who spend their money on their We families who .
city all go to make Orlando one of eration. make it as good as the ..

the best and undoubtedly the most buy it. ..
< beautiful city in Florida."It .

is always a pleasure for the II II

editor of the Herald to visit Orlando,
1. t for despite our occasional
differences

there are friends in Orlando that will

be friends forever and they have the DICKSON .IYfS CO. I IorPARTMrNTAL

the dash city and go.style and nerve that make


"Orlando the Beautiful. May she

ever have the good fellows at the j
T.H.EvanstheJeweIer
helm and the fine set of newspapermen STORE IORLANDO'S

to guide her destinies. Orlando

could ask for nothing better and as

one of her friends we could wish her ----, FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICk
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no better fortunes." .

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Ga.. is a late arrival at the San Juan.

WADE, Dr. J. W. Stagg returned yester- THEATRE FOR SALE-A new safe, office and II "Get it at Allen's" II j I
THE TUNER store fixtures. Inquire at B' rman's
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day; from a visit to points in Ala- store.
Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I 10-10-6t
OELANDO FLA. bama.
Admission 5 cents WANTED FRESH COW
of Florence giving ten
Mr. John A. Smith
to fourteen quarts a day. Write or i B

TampaJ MrTj.n B.a Fort business, spent mission.yesterday in Villa yesterday.Mrs., spent. several hours in Orlando MllieillllllMilllMIIIMVictor. call 10-10-lw: at Ward's store Winter Park. J w U' !


E. M. Holden left yesterdayfor "Granddadd/s Granddaughter. .
The Sentinel will be pleased to receive ." A comedy drama. Eat all want.
you
your order for printed station- Washington D. C., where she will Universal. "Universal Ike Jr. is Eat what you want. 1
visit relatives.Mr. kept from being an actor. Producedby Take a postscript and forget it. I
Harry Edwards. For sale by all I
ery.Mr. Hal Estes, of the Southern Joker. "The Luck of druggists.
Comedy. I.
H. G. Sceiver of Kissimmee l-T-d&w-lyr fi fiWe
his in Orlando Drug Company, spent yesterday in Hogwallow Gulch." Produced by Al- Rings
represented city yes-
Orlando calling on his many friends lan Curtis with Max Asher Louise T. F. HOURIHAN Licensed Plumber.
terday. Fazenda and Bob Vernon. Conscientious work at fair prices. ,
Three big comedies. A from
laugh
Mrs. M. O. Dovel and son, Jnnius here.Mr. Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf
start to nish.COVENANT.
well known and
Roy Roper a
returned yesterday.from a visit to
points in North Carolina' wide awake citizen of Winter Garden Eat what you want. 'a"n n
was looking after business affairs in MEETING AT PRIMITIVE Eat all you want. have a large assortment
Mr. W. L. Moore, one 'of Ocoee's this city yesterday.Mrs. BAPTIST SUNDAYThe Take a postscript and forget it. 1 -- V El
citizens, was a For sale by all druggists.
best and most popular
of beautiful .
0., B. Floyd and daughter l7d&wlyr"FASHIONABLE .
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visitor in Orlando yesterday. public is invited to attend ser- > ,
from Bel-
Miss May have returned '
Mr. A. B. Johnson and family left fontaine, Ohio, where-they have been vices at Antioch Primitive Baptist DRESSMAKINGAt t designs in solid gold ; .
church colored Sunday October 11th. 'A: ''
Orlando yesterday for Daytona Beach ;
visiting Mrs. Roy L. Dean.
via auto where they will spend a few The covenant meeting at 3 o'clock 208 East Robinson avenue. Misses from f i v e'j.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Reynolds re- p. m. will be an interesting feature. Berke formerly with Miss Hovermale. seventy

days.Mrs. turned yesterday from Daytona Preaching at 8 o'clock p. m.; subject 10-3-lm
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A. N. Goodwyn left today for Beach where they were enjoying a "The Whole Duty of Man." The cents up.

her home in Chattanooga after a visit brief outing to attend the funeral of young people of Orlando should be W. M. SLEMONS

of several weeks with her parents Walker.Mr. We would be pleased .
Mrs. J..B. present and listen to this excellent We have just opened and will be

Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Floyd. I and Mrs. G. W Arnold par- production. Communion and feet glad to show you our new fall stylesof

Miss Walenah Moore arrived in Or- ents'of Mr. F.'M.' Arnold, returned to washing.R. Stetson men's Co.hats Price bought$3.00 from$3.50 John, $4.00 B. at any time to

lando yesterday from Johnson City, Orlando yesterday afternoon on the A. McCloud, pastor. and $5.00. '10-4-10t

Tenn., on a visit to her cousin Mrs.E. Tampa Special from a four months' show you these rings.

M. McNeill, on Lake Eola. PENNIES AND CHEWING GUM
visit to New York city. The leading merchants of Orlandoare
SATISFIED THIS THIEF
Doctor Allan Smith and son, Don, Mr. and Mrs. R.'M. Bennett desireto .:. represented in the Sentinel's ad- -.
pD
of Wheeling, W. Va.. are now at Winter their appreciation of the vertising columns. Trade with them. .
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express Some time during 'Thursday night Yr >
Garden where they wilt spend kindness of friends and neighbors the slot machine at the Seaboard pas- ) f'

the winter. They"arrived Tuesday.Mrs. I during the illness and death of their. senger station was wrenched from its II_111 II M11111111i11 .| Allen&CoJewelers n

D. W. Hammond, daughter of I sister. Miss Angie Bullard. moorings carried to a tree in tha vi-

:Mrs. E. B. Wherry, of Central avenue -t Rev. A. A. Rickert, who has been cinity of the freight depot and broken

arrived yesterday from New spending the summer in England with open the thief securing the content McCULLOCU'SDepartment U :

York to spend a month's vacation relatives, is expecting to reach New consisting of a few pennies and a sun- 1

with her monther. York today and after a brief visit ply of chewing gum. No trace of the

Mrs.' Anna L. Ford, who has been with friends in Pennsylvania he ex- thief has been discovered by the police Store "EVERYTHING GUARANEEED" Db.
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to Orlando to but chewing will :
spending the summer in the Adirondack pects to return resume anyone gum
-mountains has returned to her t his duties as chaplain of the Church be suspected.
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home at 213 Main street after a most Home and Hospital.The I ._"' .
j SECOND CAR GRAPEFRUIT WAS __ioPolish ::
enjoyable vacation. exchange editor of the Tampa -
SHIPPED YESTERDAYThe Jelly Tumblers .. I
Tribune must be eliminated factor
Miss Myrah, a talented young lady'I| as a *
from Milledgeville Ga..arrived in Orlando '- I in the pariotic movement inaugurated -
second car load of grapefruitto
last night to accept a positionas I by the Orlando Sentinel to help leave Orlando this season went out Fruit Jars 3 r 9iw fi'J '
stenographer with the Orlando I out the cotton growers by making the .1IP/l
yesterday over the Seaboard from the
wearing of socks universal among
Auto and Supply company.Mr. I
packing house of S. J. Sligh who
Florida editors. He affirms
Gray Rush accompanied by I that he wears silk ones.loftily-Lakeland shipped the first car last Saturday.The all kindsPreserving Your Silver

Mr. Holbrook, arrived home from Telegram.Dr. fruit comes from Col. T. J. Wat-

Jacksonville Thursday night bringing kins' grove south of the city and is '
with them a new 1915 Hupmobile, J. C. Merritt wife and maid exceptionally for this time of Wrights Silver Cream ElectroSilicon. -

on exhibition yesterday at the Ford returned to Orlando last night from year. Kettles }

garage. Walters Park Pa., where they have .

I spent a most delightful summer. ARE YOU POSTPONING TOO
Mr.' Henry Parramore of Jacksonville They are at the San Juan, but will go MANY THINGS,?
an old Orlando boy now connected out to their beautiful suburban home South Orange Avenue ] | : Pick Your Teeth _
with Frederick Sterns & Co.,
this morning. The doctor and his estimable Waiting for a better time than '
of New York city a drug manufacturing 'illllllHlitllllllilM.I
firm, was in Orlando yesterday wife were very much benefited "just now" to advertise that prop- With the Gold Medal Toothpicks
by the trip. erty? Waiting-trusting to luck- -L
calling on his old friends. II
for employment? "Pocketing II
Rev. D. T. Milendy an earnest your VENEER CORESALL
Mr. Chester Fosgate arrived in Or- losses" from having untenanted property -
lando last night from Athens Pa.. and able Christian minister is con- ? Intending a little later to ad- LENGTHS AND ANY Potted Plants Cut Flowers Funeral
,
ducting a very successful series of
and will spend the season in Orlando.Mr. vertise that auto for sale? QUANTITY
meetings at Ocoee which will con- Special prices for October. Decorations.
'. Fosgate is a large buyer and tinue through the week and dose "Right now" is the winningest of Stock up before cold weather. : Designs, Wedding
shipper of fruits and produce with creeds in regard to classified advertising FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND I,
Sunday night. The Word of God as
headquarters in Boston, Mass. !-and the Sentinel is the me- Also ,
interpreted by Rev. Milendy has re- OAK WOOD
Among the arrivals in Orlando last sulted in fifteen conversions and addi- dium. : THE SANITARY GROCERY

Right were Mr.-and Mrs. C. E. Shep- tions to the church. Orlando Wood YardB.
ard and daughters Misses Alice and GOOD TENT FOR SALE : CARUTHERS & GORE
Yesterday afternoon Mr. W. A. W. Kingsley, ProprietorPINE
Mildred Mr. Peter Anderson and Heavy veight! duck 14 feet square, STREET AND R. R. : Phone 200
Miss G. M. Lackum of Windsor Ross and mother arrived from Sharon 4 foot walls; good condition; only Telephone 344
Conn. They are registered at the San Conn., to take up their winter used three weeks; complete with 9-30 I 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

1.... residence at his pretty home on Mag- poles.Orlando Made Fla.to.live in. Mahlon 1010tfDon't Gore, *MIIIIHIIIIimiBilMIIIIIMIIIIMIHIIHIII "
nolia avenue Miss Inez Ross, accompanied -

Mrs. H. M. Reid and daughter Miss by :Mr. A. G. Gray will wt- j I I. I'..1 I I I I I .. "
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arrive probably today from Jackson- U 111111111I11111111111111111 I II . r I I I I I III I I .
where the latter has entered ..
Orlando, .
vie: .automobile, having had their
the Cathedral school of the diocese of MiMlllillMIIIIMIIIIMT.
car shipped to that city.
South Florida. Mrs. Reid remained

only a few days in Orlando.-Punta Dr. and Mrs. M. N. Bogart moved F.HOURfflAN :I

Gorda Herald. Monday to Orlando where the doctor
has accepted a position in a drugstore Licensed Plumber and :
Mr. P.. A. Cain arrived in Orlando Sanitary Engineer 1
and where, for the present at
afternoon the Atlantic
yesterday over least they will make their home. Estimates Furnished. Jobbing < "
Coast Line from Wolf town, Va. Mr. Promptly Attended to. :
Their pretty new home on North Atlantic
Cain is a cousin of Mr. M. O. Dovel,
avenue has been placed in the PHONE 6z9 :
of this city and will spend several
hands of the real estate agents for zo6 Court Street :
days looking over this section with a season rental. Dr. and Mrs. Bogart's II ElectricalTROUBLES

view to locating. many friends greatly regret their de I ORLANDO FLORIDA :: ', Have You

Don't neglect to take a look at the parture.-Seabreeze item New Smyrna 4-al-lm II
want ads. News. .
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ABOUT FLORIDA : -

,FARMS PEOPLE'S WANTSJI DressmakingMrs. "- ,umber, Laths and Shingles


Florida has 50,016 farms; of this
IalAKE1tS R. S. Cohoon has
number 36,674 are operated by own-
Notices .f LMt. Wanted. For Sale For resumed her dressmaking -
ers and managers and 13,342 by ten- Rent, ete. for this et'ls.1Io 2Sc. f.r cne day NAIR LUMBER
and is
ants. Sea for three d y.. .r J1.69 for one week fjr now locatedin
25 words rr less. Money MBit accompany Room 4, Way building,
Seventy-three per cent. of the farmsof the drfrtisements$ for this colomn. u noinasrthna
on Orangeavenue, where
this state are operated by owners will ho nad..n credit.
she invites I
cordially all
and managers and 27 per cent. by ORLANDO
tenants. FOR SALE-Cooking Range per- ladies needing anything
fectly .new also oil Cooking Stove. in the
The farm home wearing
owners and mana- apparelline
Call mornings at 707 East Central
gers of Florida cultivate 1,363,000cres avenue. 10-9-6t to call and see her.
; \ of land and the tenants till

f 442,107 acres in this state. Jr.FOR, Garden SALE Seeder-Cheap.and Wheat A Planet Hoe Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime

The value of the land and build- Attachment nearly new, also 100
t legs of the tenant farms of this stat Egg Incubator used one year and A. B. MOORE
gave 94 per cent. hatch.-623 W.
is 112.198,000; that of the home own-
Church street. 10-6-6t
ers and managers is $105,948,000. Plain and Decorative PaIntiuj!
Florida Farmer Move FrequentlyWashington FOR SALE-14-room house fully
furnished splendid location price Paperhanging and Kalsomining
Oct. 6.-In compiling 15000, terms. Apply Alfred Hadley First-class work, good material and SJ ESS
: data for the last federal census, the 308 Magnolia Ave. 10-6-2w reasonable prices. No job too largeor
enumerators asked every farmer in too smalL Drop me a postal and
FOR SALE-Or trade for real estate -
Florida this we will talk it over.
question: "How long a five-passenger automobile in
have you lived on The farm you now nice shape. Address No. 112 West -
occupy?" This question was answeredby Church street city. 10-4-1m- A. B. MOORE :; : Important friendships result from) the right introduction, and : ;;


tors, 43,792 in this of state.the 50,016 More farm than opera-9,000 of FOR black SALE-One mares, weight or both 1100 of a team and P. O. Box 24, Orlando H I the most important ones come through the right banking con- ; ;;

'-"* that they had occupied their I 1200. Good drivers single or double. 10-9-1m : J nections. Association is the keynote of all business
4Iu. ... ; success. We
; -. year or less; 10,858 C. E. Enlow Winter Park, Fla. ; ;;

-a-% A only* 4"- n.io a. R al Estate R-----.L .. : I invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-
year's" ?ftB! 131'10 to 9J J- V- ,
to4 | -
from 2 : ; ----_ ------- .uuugnLI:Z --r--. '.
years, and 14,718 for lid years and FOR SALE-One Underwood typewriter II. Jf
over. The most restless class of peo- in good condition; one Bur- est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
ple in this state is the tenant who rough's adding machine used only and Sold.City .
two months and one Reading stand-
; operates his farm on the share basis. ard motorcycle in good shape. Bar-

There are 4,519 of these farmers in gains on quick sale. Call or address Building Lots $100; $1.00 cash ""II BANK & TRUST CO.
this state; 4,266 of them made an- J. C. Sigler Winter Park Fla.
10-9-tf and $1.00 per week buys a Lot
swer to the query and their replies

indicated that 2,591 or about 20 percent For Sale-Silver Cluster Grape RENTS COLLECTED. i 111111111111! II111HI I'' 'i '
of them moved every year. Fruit and Valencia late orange buds. :::

Result of Frequent Change by the Vigorous stock, 501 year; 75e 2

'*- Washington,Farmers Oct. 6.-An official of years old.9232m H. C. McDANIEL.FOR N.P.HATCHER 11111'' 111111 III II Hilt I t .! ::1- ;;;;; liMillliMlilllilMIIM, IMIiMMtMlllilMCLOTHING :

the federal census bureau, in discuss- ORLANDO FLORIDA
SALE-Forty acres of fine
ing the report recently issued by the hammock land; eight in grove; the Office at Pinehurst ParkP. I
government dealing with the,term of present crop of oranges will be from
occupancy of farms in the United 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told O. Box 281
ready for setting-10 acres in lake 108lmOSTEOPATHY
States, said
: one and quarter. miles from Apopka.
"This frequency of moving from Price $5,000. Address W. H., Box

farm to farm, or instability, very 178 Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf

likely forms one of the chief causes Our new stock of .
for the decline of rural prosperity or FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts.
Inquire of Frank Phillips Pine Cas-
is a hindrance to greater progress. DR. J. C HOWELL

Frequency of removal of farmers results tie. 9-18-tf Hours 10-12, 35. and by appointmentNo
in general shiftlessness; the FOR SALE-Pure bred silk poodle I Tall and Winter Clothing |

roads and bridges are generally in a opposite puppies.Grand Apply theater.20 W. Pine 10-3-6t street extra charge lor house treatment

poor condition because the farmers, Telephone connections:

moving at frequent periods are not FOR RENT Office cor. Orange and Central An..

particularly interested In their up- Rooms for light housekeeping; mod-
keep. Farm buildings of such farmsare ern, up to date; furnished or unfur- .. Made by SCHLOSS BROS., is coming in jj
nished; on Lucerne Circle; with garden -
not usually kept in good repair, fruit and flowers. See J. F. Do You Want a Good

as the farmer who is about to move Watkins. 9-24-tf and we are anxious for you to see our ii

will leave the repairs for the next Home in the Country ?

will tenant apply to make.for lack The of interest same reasons by the"unstable" FOR shelling out SALE-While the Europe milk every my the cow day Germansare is rain shelling or- .. New Styles, and high class tailoring. Best \ \

farmer in the schools, shine Sunday included, and she is for ..
churches and general welfare of the sale at a bargain, and goes on recordas place in the city, to buy clothing. '
community. They move frequently; a dandy at 7.30 Center SU 10-7-3t Our list containes some very at- :

they do not remain .
on a farm long FOR SALE-A good Roll Top tractive propositions both in city and :
enough to get the best results fromit Desk and Chair. Been used very lit-
consequently they are usually In a tle. Can on W. C. Sherman, Rock country property. And we will be
poor financial condition." Building opposite San Juan Hotel. W. M. SLEMONSMIMiiMMIMIIMMIMIIIIMMMIIiMilMlililtMMMMa
108tfMISCELLANEOUS pleased to submit them to you.
A Factory on the FarmA

silo is a factory on the farm and To those who have property to sell

therefore lends itself to co-operation .
: of the commercial or to rent we invite you to call at ,. . MIMIIIIM I >1
and agricultural 1.11 . .. . . . .e.I..c..I.l..1.1.1111.1.,1. .
WANTED-Three four
,interests. The farmer I or nicely
gets the profit office and list
withus.
., i furnished rooms with privilege of our your property
of both

We need producer more of and these consumer.twin agen- for light winter house keeping months,, by in good three location adults,, The same courteous treatment tI: : : IIIIII\\\\\\\\\! ! : : \\ \ i 111\'1't\ \\\\ \\\\\\\" \" '\\" " '\\

cies of prosperity on the farms of state terms and location, address S.
that has marked all of business
Florida and business men can not.render H. A. Sentinel Office. 10-9-3t our
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a better service to their commu- FOR ,RENT-Two rooms for light dealings will be extended to you. 3lNpyur. :
nities than in encouraging: the build- housekeeping, with all modern con-
ing of silos. veniences. Inquire 312 E. South St.
The silo is a great business -
9-25'1m & Atha
Cooper
5 educator. It arouses the spiritof

enterprise, develops business ingenuity UPRIGHT PIANO for sale. Good
and awakens the condition. $75 cash takes it. Worth 114 South Orange Are. Ground Floor They Were to
of
joy own- double. Wade, the Tuner. 10-9-3t
ership.A Phone No. 311

farmer can build a silo for two WANTED-Chambermaid. I wanta
good neat, clean experienced
or three hundred dollars, and it will, chambermaid. One who is willing to

under ordinary conditions, pay a divi- work and knows how and what to Married Soon
dend of 40 per cent where it is run to do in her line of work. Only colored be
f capacity.The. help wanted. Must give good refer-
ences. Write stating what experienceyou
Undertaker a Developer have had where you worked last
r -' There are in many communities and how long you were there and DR. L H. RAMSDELL furnish modern home of
what it would cost them to a
Came
successful business men and farmers what wages you expect.-Address W. to us to see
who stand like stumps in' the high- C. Temple Alabama Grove Winter OPTOMETRIST four or five rooms. They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable,

ways of progress and in such a situa- Park 10-6-1w (Successor to Dr. O. P. Ukiaa) yet the amounf of money which they: had available for the furnishing of their
' ORLANDO. FLORIDAWE
," tion the undertaker is an important BOARD AND ROOMS-House newly home made expensive peices prohibitive.

1'0 factor in development. Scarcely a furnished and remodeled. Northern FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.
day passes that they do not add a cooking. $5 and $6 per week. and them seme new ideas. They were
We offered a lew suggestions gave
Excellent location.
new terror to death Magnolia House AND DO ALL KINDS OF
by
refusing to corner South and Boone streets. Mrs. much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they
join with
public spirited citizens ina Marie Lewis manager. 9-4-1m
OTICAL REPAIRING
movement for the upbuilding of thnncrht they should want. .
their community or by their indifference FOR RENT-Four nice furnished After looking around in other stores to make sure mar. iney were coing I

snag an industrial enterprise.It Apply rooms. 409 Will DeLaney rent to sreet.adults 9-23-tf only. 5-TOURIST the best possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their or-
TRAINS5FROM
takes live men to build a community der with us.This.
and there is no sadder sightin FOR SALE-A No. 1 saddle mare is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are
life than a few noble spirited citi- or buggy horse. Address care NORTH AND WEST
Wright's Box 567. 9-2-tf pleasing.
zens staggering under a load of dead "DIXIE FLYER" \Ve an extensive stock of serviceable, attractive hcmefurnishings
timber. The undertaker is oftimes a ;FURNISHED ROOMS for "DIXIE LIMITED" carry
house-
1 light
which good to the best. Your
developer. keeping; electric lights bath gas "SEMINOLE LIMITED""MONTGOMERY grading from the lowest priced are very appro-
Farm Facts for cooking. Telephone 549. 115 ROUTE" priation for furnishing your home may be anything from $175 toiccoor more

He who plows can produce anything hotel.East Amelia avenue, near Wyoming 10-6-1wk "SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED" -you can make the most ol it with us.

including health and happiness. Pullman Cars from Chicago, St.
- The magic influence of the plow FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with Louis Cincinnati, Louisville, and intermediate '
will garage; elegantly furnished; on points to Jacksonville Fla.
make
desert blom
a and blossom. ,
Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox.
_ The problems of farming are as 8-27-tf DINING CARS Snowden
&
Via Kincaid
serious as the multiplication tables.
Successful farming and marketingare WANTED TO EXCHANGE a large ATLANTIC COAST LINE
the basis of all Shetiand pony for a larger horse. Standard Railroad of the South
human progress. Reel's Steam 814 N.
' Laundry Orange
J. G. D.P.A.
KIRKLAND
the Farming crops have is successful been profitably only when mar- avenue or'phone 654. 9-29-tf I Hillsboro A.Hotel W. FRITOT D.P.A.Tampa Fla. Furniture of Character at Popular Prices

keted. We insure your lire and loan ton
138 West Bay SU Jacksonville Fla.
money on real estate at 6 cent Orlando FloridaDon't
Good roads broaden per Main and Pine Sts.
our sympathy, interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., NEW CANCER REMEDY Cor.. ,
lessen distance and increase our use- Curry Bonding, Tampa Fla.

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man really counts in -- -- --
BUYERS AND SELLERSI isfied. Dr. C. W. Hams 4-7 Warren -----

farming. Fertile land is necessary Bldg., Lafayette street Tampa. Fla. Don't wait for every one In tows to Furnished room hunters are coming FOR SALE I

but a master mind must solve the buy sell rent, and exchange real 9-13-10t have Entriean the painter before to Orlando every day looking for
problem of production and marketing. estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla., comfortable places to stay; that's
30 KEEP AHEADOf you try.: Am too busy to look you Narsery stock one, two three and
over Have handled
years.
' $20,000,000. Call and see me. ever up. Phone 636, and I will be on the why you should insert an ad. in our bur year old buds; Foster Early I
Who is and decorator
F If you are your satisfied painter keep the one you 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.Get your neighbor by reading the job. 1-20-tt want ad. column-it pays. Pineapple Java Hompsassa, Seas j

have: if not, phone W. T. Entriemn.K Sentinel every morning and getting ingtonXaveT. ASdress.Tr/M. KaW*, j jI
.'8& 1-20-tf the news in the Sentinel first. all the news first. Get the news in the Sentinel first Read the Sentinel want ads. I Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3.UINFORMATION .--" J

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The fact that what is called the CONWAY NURSERIESGROWERS i
battle of the Aisne has lasted more
than four weeks without material ad- AND DEALERS IN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD i
vantage to either side has caused
much surprise. But as a matter of All Leading Varieties of Citrus TreesR.
fact the world knows very little of COOK WITH GAS

the fighting. Enough leaks throughthe T. PEEL, Proprietor.Local 3
censorship to show that there has ,
been no general battle in which the Salesman .f
Glen St. Mary,Nurseries REAL
ESTATEBox
whole line was engaged. In fact that
would be almost inconceivable along 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida. 1. Convenience 6. Speed ;1
lines extending two hundred miles. 9-24-tf
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Battles of more or less voilence have 111111111"111,11111",111",1",1" ,. 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency 1
occurred now here and now there on
the line. It looks more like a siege 8.
with sorties at various points at dif- 3. Cleanliness Safety j

.ferent times.
When we compare this co-called THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S 4. Simplicity 9. Perfect Regulation j

battle with the fighting in front of of Heat -
Richmond fifty years ago we are bet- TRANSFERDr.
ter able to understand the apparent 5. Accessibility 10. Economy
lack of progress. Grant began his
movement against Lee May 3, 1864, B. D. WIENANGA, Prop.
and Richmond was evacuated in
April, 1865. What could have been :
Livery Draying and HaulingWE 5. ACCESSIBILITY
referred to as one battle as logicallyas ,
this fighting in northern France

began with the Wilderness and ended w Gas is accessible to everyone living on streets reached by
with Appomatox, and the two were GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
t deven months apart. our 18 miles of mains.
We do not refer to that as a battle ,v
because we know that.it consisted of We bring the pipe to the curb free of. charge and run the
several bloody battles, many battles AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
line into
house at cost.
that would have been considered greatin your

the any war war between on this the continent states, and prior fullyas to Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited We also sell the best appliances on the easiest of terms to all

many skirmishes as there were HORSES FOR SALE [ people of good credit.If .
days. If a censorship had prevailedthen

as rigid as that which prevailsnow 'Phone 257. Orlando you are not now using Gas it will pay you to investigate.
and if brief reports of fighting Florida
had been issued every day as is now
the case the public for three weeksor I
more would have considered it one
battle. .. .. .I.I..II..IIII..I.IIQI..e.III.O II..r
general ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT
CO.
There are several points of resem-
blance between the two campaigns. :. SPRAY NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE

Failing to drive Lee back, Grant '
GAS
SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY DEPARTMENT
steadily moved his troops 'by the left r :
flank just as the French are doing

now. This movement progressed of both armies un- Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale, Rust Mite : MIIIMIIIIIIIIIIMIMHIf MllltliM ... . -MMIMIIMMIIIIIIIilllil .- .. . .I. .. Illlllllrlllll". , ". ," .", ,'",
til the greater portion : and Red Spider that is hit. Removes sooty mold
had been moved south of Petersburg, : .
and that city and Richmond back of : and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September 1",1"1111,11,11"11111,1.1".11,1 .

it, were assailed from the south. The : and October are two of the best months for =.

French left was then steadily extend- spraying for White Fly and Scale, Prevents insects -
ing further south. The movement from sapping trees all winter, and brings them c
then took eleven months, with fight- out in a good healthy condition the spring, thus -

ing now every? day. How long will it take I. insuring a good, healthy growth. and bloom. 4RlEY-

The fighting in northern France J. SCHNARR & CO.
Orlando
will develop another point of similar- Florida.
ity to that around Richmond. When
: Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure the White Fly
Grant lost men he could replace them.
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.. 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON
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RESULT OF FLANKING

MOVEMENTSBerlin : Packers and Shippers of Citrus 11 Horsepower GUARANTEED 3'Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic

Germany, via London, Oct. Mechanical Oil Pump, Step'Starter and 66 Refinements
Fruits and
According to the latest dispatch Vegetables.
reaching here from-name deletedby 8275.00
censor but probably some placein : I will operate alone under above name and shall appreciate -
: France)-frontal attacks havd : the business of all who have and any who have 129
proved so costly to both sides that f A Orange Ave.
: not patronized me in the last three years. For informa- Wright

they onists have are been awaiting deferred.the The results antag-of : tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossing i J.J.llperE, Orlando, Fla. .

: of Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure ,1---------. ... . _
flanking movements which promise ,. . . .
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greater effect with fewer casualties.The : building which I am equipping with Mauld's latest ma- -
German soldiers on the center of : chinery and can consequently give you same service TREES FOR SALE LIST YOUR PROPERTYwith LAUNDRY
The Terra Nurseries have for I
the line (in France) live in their : which has for itself. Ceia while I Your general laundry
always spoken sale the Walters (Florida Standard) me now have the timeto work French
trenches. The only warm meal they variety of grapefruit from one to look it over and familiarize. myself dry cleaning, and pressing will be ap-
get is served in the night. It is im- : My efforts will be to sell all possible before resorting three years old, budded on three to with the talking points. I made the preciated. Satisfaction and service
possible to kindle a fire as the smoke : to distribution. awe four years old rough lemon roots; largest number of sales last winter. guaranteed. Open September 28th.
would divulge their position. Other- and the Heart's Tardiff orange, one and expect to do even better this win- for whites 654. Reel's Steam Laundry
year old buds oa three years old ter. My prospects are beginnig to ar- only. 9-25-tf
wise the men live on cold' victuals, : A. DADE Gen. Manager. | rough lemon .roots. All in first class rive, and it might cause you to losea
fruits and beets. condition.- sale by putting it off. Call todayat Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
mall..II..IIIII..II..IIIIIIII.tI'.IIII. TERRA CEIA NURSERIES my new offices in the Watkins is the kind you want. Where to get
Wood $L50 a strand up. Hand's Terra Cain Florida. building and list your property. it? That's easy phone 636. W. T.
J. C..Rowell Manager. WALTER W. ROSE,
Coal :Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf I.I" I'.I. .Correspondence solicited. Real Estate. Phone 555. Entrican. 1-20-tf ''1""


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HIGH SCHOOL NOTES

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p I The past week has been a most
t.
r r profitable one for the student body of -

F the High School. A program has

been worked out which gives every

J student the maximum of advantage.

; Every one has settled down to

work, determined to make this the .
greatest year in the school's history. :.\/.'/ ::::'. :::T):'? ';:;
Class room work has improved greatly -
the past week.
The corps of High School teachershas HH T t

two new members, Misses Cap- i
linger and Groves. Miss Caplinger in .. '.: f
WAR STRENGTH the science department has demon-
,
strated the fact that she is a most
A nation's strength is best based its
war upon capable and earnest instructor as well .
actual fighting force, plus the available reserve as a very enthusiastic botanist. Miss .1 DO YOU UNDERSTAND

fighting material with which it may replete its de- Groves, in the history department,
pleted ranks. has proven herself a very interestingand
instructive instructor. .; How you can personally be benefit- ,,

A man's business strength is not measured Friday morning the High School .I ted by the
I .: advantages accruing to
by the actual dollars he may have at hand. orchestra, under the capable directionof
Stewart Gould, rendered two beau- the commmn pity byThe
Backed by a strong, accommodating bank suchas
tiful selections, this being the first
the State Bank, he is prepared to take advan- The instru-
the
concert of season.
tage of business opportunities that seldom seek mentation was exceptionally good, being ;; Federal Reserve Act ?

the man without a bank account. fully equal to last year's work.

The leader, however, plans to improvethe II II Ii L Call
: .' telephone or write and we will
work still more as time passes, x .
The State Bank of OrlandoFRUIT
and in this he will have the hearty : mail our booklet--just out---which ;
.
of the faculty and student :
support .f. explains this act and
body. '.. '.: fully clearly. :;.
Prof. Simmons gave the students a .' .
entertaining and instructive lec- : ;
very ; :
; : : '
explainingthe -.. .:
ture on the European war '' : .
causes and telling some of the : :' .

possible effects.On .... ... .....J : ,.. ....... ._

class held Friday the, October annual election 2nd, the of senior offi- :::.1t. .::..: <. iC '/\::..:/

BUSINESS IS MY I ,BOTH ARMIES IN THE EAST cers, Mr. Sidney Newell presidingover :

BUSINESSWe CLAIM VICTORY the meeting. The officers were ." ... .
I
Kimble Hughs, '
elected as follows: Mr. .
V handle nothing but the best. (Continued from page 1) I president; Mr. Carl Henderson, vice- :, : -: .:: ." :: -

: V fruits.Come and See see me our before beautiful you buy display.your ring, without giving any result, but I. president; Mr. Arthur Newell, secre- ,. '
Prices right. Good service. Our tele- Rome dispatches state flatly that the tary-treasurer; Miss Ruth McCulloch, : 'r' ,, D.
phone number will be announced Austro-German attack on the Rus- historian.The F1: = ; ._ :. L.' '. .. ._ r'.' : ; ; .
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of Monday.town. Free delivery to any part sians massed along the banks of the next business taken up was the" .: -_ c ..''. .. _'. _

Prices for Friday and Saturday Dunajec and threatening Cracow was publishing of the "High School Echo. ,. .. ... ... .
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Apples from 35 to 60 cents a peck. repulsed and that the attacking column It was determined to increase the size : : :: .: ::::: : :.:... :" ;-" :<, .>> .: :'.. ..,.;" .:-:.'" .- : '. : : ..:'..:'. .:.;--.: .:. :::.. ./. ..:.... ..':.:: ::: :<-)};.':?::: .'
Best kind of eating apples, Wine was driven back with heavy losses of the paper and improve it in every .. ,
delicious. The
Saps very American
by the Russian artillery fire from other The Echo will be ..
Beauty, from 20 to 50 cents a dozen. way possible. ---
Grapes, Concords and Niagaras, 25 the opposite bank of the Vistula. The published in two editions this year, ROSALIND CLUB MEETINGThe THE WEATHER each. The deciding game was won by
cents a basket. Cycle pears, 30 centsa Russians also claim have defeatedan I
to I Christmas and Commencement being Florida: Fair Saturday, except
basket. California 15 centsa the Rifles by a score of 25 to 13. The
grapes Austrian detachment in the Car- Rosalind, which has been closed .
the times chosen for its appearance. showers northwest portion. Sunday,
Bananas, 20 dozen.
pound. cents a first half was most exciting and although -
Alligator pears, 10 cents. Lemons, I pathians westward of the river San- I Subscriptions will be solicited among during the summer months, has reopened local showers.
15 cents a dozen, two dozen, 25 cents. 1 ski, capturing machine guns and pris the students and friends of the school, its club house and Thursday Orlando led it was only by a
Limes, 5 cents a dozen. Beans, 10 two few points. The playing of Salisburyof
oners. I to provide funds for defraying cost ORLANDO RIFLES WIN LAST OF
cents a quart. Cabbage, 4 cents a entertainments have been given. the Rifles the feature of the
pound. Good cooking pears, 60 centsa On the east Prussian frontier the of publication. Mr. Sidney Newell, SERIES OF BASKET BALL was
peck. Fresh eggs, 35 cents a dozen, ,Russian advance into German territory -i editor in chief, has appointed his assistants The first monthly business meetingof GAMES FROM SANFORDThe game.
guaranteed. Cranberries, 10 cents a after their defeat of the Ger- from among the students of the season will be held on Monday The teams lined up as follows:
quart.NICHOLAS I mans in Russia seems to have been I the different classes, and this corps of afternoon at three-thirty. Throughan Orlando Rifles defeated the Orlando-Salisbury, center; Morton
FRANCISCO Orange Sanford basket ball team last nightat
and forwards Moore and
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avenue, at Duckworth's former shoe checked, the Germans having brought earnest workers together with their the time Chapman ;
I error previously an- : the Armory before a good
up reinforcements from Koenigsburg. [capable and efficient leader, will at very Rodenbaugh, guards.
'nounce
store.FRUIT for three o'clock instead j
was sized audience. This was the
BUSINESS IS MY game and
Sanford-Herring Pierson, for-
I The next big battle is looked for once set to work to insure the '
suc-
of the half hour later
at which it will
BUSINESS last of aseries of three games, each t
10-9-2t in southern Poland. I cess of the publication. be called. wards; Raynor and Routh, guards;
j team hitherto having
won one game Gilbert, center.


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Our Display and Prices on New Heady-lo-Wear and Beautiful Millinery ill be e Much[ Appreciated



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Specials for Saturday Night 7 to CREAM SERGE, 33 inches wide, looks like10c
real wool, regular 25c. qualIty _______ Grocery Department Specials, All

10 O'clock

MEN'S SHIRTS, in plain and fancy, some with Day Saturday

colars, some without, a splendid line to
WOOL DRESS GOODS, about 20 pieces in choose from, $1.00 quality ---------------C
Plaids, Stripes and plain colors, worth up BEST CREAM CHEESE, per pound _________ 20c

to 75c., to cleM up at _________________ 19e BUNGALOW APRONS, every lady needs
these. They are made of a food qualIty

SHEETS, SEAMLESS, and free from st of Percale andcustomer Gingham, 50c. quality, limit39C GOLDEN DALE BUTTER, per pound _______ 35C
dressing large 75c. rc.h. 2 to a "_"______________
and SiZe, quality, limit
6 to a customer 55e MAXWELL HOUSE BLEND
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FANCY sizes JAP, regular SANDWICH 35c. qualIty BASKETS, limit: assorted 1 to a pound _________________________per___ 35c

TALCUM POWDER full pound can, delight- customer ___________________________ 10C
fully perfumed, 25c. quality, 1 to a cus-

tomer -------------------------------- 15 CIATTING RUGS, thIS makes a beautIful Art VIRGIN BEAUTY APPLE S, per peck _____ 40c

( \ Square for a dining or bed room, full 9x12
HAIR PINS assorted sizes, large size box, lim- size, regular $3.75 and $4.00 quality, 1 FANCY LARGE
{ it, 2 to 'a customer ____________________ 3c only to a buyer __ __ $2.89 NEW YORK POTATOES,
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