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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 15, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME. TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1914. NUMBER 211. ;

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OCCUPATION 4 OF OSTfND !CARRANZA QUITS SUPT. J. F. M'KINNON WRITESINTERESTINGLY ,I




,. ABOUT SCHOOLS

MATTER Of ONLY A FEW -- I -

Washington, Oct. 14.-Spe-( Aguas Calientes convention, at I I
CHURCH HISTORY PLACED'IN TELLS OF PROGRESS OF ED-
cial.-According to advices received three o'clock: this afternoon and !

from Juarez by the Villa it was promptly accepted. An- UCATIONAL WORK IN- .,
"HOURS 4 AT T TUE( LONGEST CORNERSTONEOF ORANGE COUNTY J

agency here today, Carranza put tonio Villareal, president of the

in his resignation as provisional convention, was nominated provisional I
NEW BAPTIST BUILDING INCREASED ENROLLMENT SHOWN

POSSIBLE THAT CITY HAS MORE FUNDS NEEDED IN president of Mexico at the --- president. BEFORE BIG CROWD -

ALREADY BEEN EVACUATED YESTERDAYImpressive Due Largely to Rapid Growth of 1 j


-BY ALLIES CANKER FIGHT IARIZONA MAY BE PLACED UNDER Start Ceremonies of Fine Dedicatethe Orlando Attendance Though Is Some-Average 1 J\

Buildingfor

FURIOUS HGHTING f FOR 72 HOURSIn GOV. TRAMMEL ISSUES AN the Orlando BaptistDenomination what LowIn J

APPEAL FOR CONTRI- MARTIAL LAW BY SECRETARY WAR( response to-the request of State 1 1

Effort of General Von Klukto BUTIONS TO AID 1
I _- With appropriate exercises the corner Superintendent Sheats for a state-

Break Through Allies' In Driving Citrus Pest From the I IF GOVERNOR HUNT PERSISTS stone of the new Baptist church ment of the progress of educationalwork

Leff Berlin Reports State-Says With Sufficient GREAT BATHE IS BEING building at the corner of Main and in Orange county during the Ji
IN SENDING MILITIA J. F.
-
Pine streets was laid yesterday after past two years Superintendent

Successes in East Funds Disease Can Be FOUGHT IN POLAND TO BORDER noon, several hundred people witness- McKinnon yesterday wrote the following 1

Exterminated ing the ceremonies in which the Ma- letter, which will appear in

London, Oct. .-(Special.) sons joined in a body. the biennial report of SuperintendentSheats

The occupation of Ostend has Tallahassee, Fla., Oct. 14.-Governor STRUGGLE ALONG THE VIS U U. S.TROOPS WOULD TAKE CHARGEState The ceremonies began with music to the legislature:

not been officially reported here Park Trammell today issued the TULA RIVER MAY LAST by the Orlando band, after which Dr. Orlando, Fla.. Oct. 14, 1914.

yet, but there is no doubt in following appeal to the citizens of J. W. Stagg led in prayer. Dr. J. E. Hon. W. N. Sheats, State Superin-
FOR WEEKS Militia Would Not Be
tendent Public Instruction, Ta\la-
London official circles that it Florida for further assistance in pro- Wray read an appropriate chapter
Permitted to Endanger Neutrality from the Bible, and addresses were hassee, Fla.
viding funds for carrying the campaign Battle Line Is Miles in
will be accomplished very'Shortly. Sixty made by Chairman M. O. Overstreetof My Dear Sir-I am pleased to
of U. S.
Between
News of the occupation of for the extermination of the Length and Was Forced with for
I on the building committee, Hon. C. A. : comply your request a reportof

Ypres by the allies is believed to I citrus canker to a successful conclusion Russians at Place Un- Mexican Factions Carson, president of the Florida I the condition of the schools of tbis

have important bearing upon I: "State: of Florida Executive Chamber expected to Them Baptist convention, and Dr. E. F. county and the progress made during

Washington, Oct. 14.-Special.-( ) Poulson, pastor. the past two years. j
the situation in regard to Os- i Tallahassee, Oct. 12, 1914.
London, Oct. 14.-The Morning At a late hour tonight, no reply had The following brief history of the Since my last biennial report Seminole -
"To the Citizens of Florida:
tend.With I Post's Petrograd in Baptist church yin Orlando was read county has been
correspondent a been received from Governor Hunt, three-fifths
"About three weeks I
Belgium appealed '
all of ago
practically about
I dispatch dated Tuesday, says he believes by Dr. Poulson and then placed in Orange, leaving
to the citizens of the citrus belt especially of Arizona, in answer to Secretaryof All totals'
in German hands and at the great struggle which now the copper box under the corner the original territory. ,

least fifty thousand fresh Ger- ''I to organize assistance and give their moral has been going on for: three days between War Garrison's telegram this afternoon stone: therefore, will appear comparatively!
and financial to the fight
man troops reported en route to I; to exterminate the citrus canker the Russian and the Austro- requesting the governor to "The church was first organized in less. I

German forces along the Vistula abandon his plans for sending militiato 1858, A. D., but went down duringthe During the past year Orange cou!<
Bruges and Ostend from Ghent, I which had been found in a limited
it is generally accepted here I territory on the lower East Coast. river, "in an arena other than had Naco to take charge of the situa- civil war. It was reorganized in ty maintained twenty-nine whir

in the Bel- been expected, is the beginning of a tion there 1871 and built a church house on schools with an enrollment of 2,09., ,
that the next move I "The campaign for the eradicationof brought about by the fir-
battle which will probably last for Pine street, west of the railroad. In and an average attendance of 1,47x: ,
gium theater of war, which is this disease continues to be carriedon ing over the American side by the
1901 the or 72 cent. of the enrollment Jj
weeks. church built a house on the per ; ana
now believed to have been arranged and the conditions are being rap-
Continuing the correspondent says: Mexicans who are fighting across the present lot. On July 27, 1914, the seventeen negro schools with an er4:
is to evacuate Ostendat idly improved. I am informed, how
the most favorable momentfor ever that funds are badly needed "It is occurring on a front 60 miles line in Sonora. workmen began tearing away the old rollment of 944 and an average attendance *}
long the left bank of the building to make for this of 653, or 69 per cent o
a dash to join the extreme and for this reason I wish again to on Vistula After a long conference with the way new
presumably representing the centerof building, the corner stone of whichwe the enrollment.
president Garrison
left wing of the allies. appeal to the people of the great today Secretary
the German hosts. It be lay today Wednesday, October 14, These schools were taught by sevi
Ghent is thirty miles from citrus belt to' form local associationsand may sup- sent a telegram to Governor Hunt informing '
posed that the Austrian remnants him that the administrationwas 1914, with the Masonic Order placing enty-six white and thirty-two color<
while is
Ostend, Ypres only raise funds to assist in the workof
filled up with heavy levies from the doing everything that could the stone. teachers.
miles properly
twenty away. Fighting preventing a spread of this dan '
continues in the Ypres, Dixmud gerous disease to the citrus fruit last reserve, have succeeded in recovering -' be done to relieve the situationand "The movement for this building|I The low average attendance in thi<&

and Dunkirk triangle. This action -:tr es and for the complete eradication some semblance of an organization that the president desired that I was started in September, 1913, by I county is due chiefly to the growing!

is believed to be a battle I of it in the small and restricted under shield of a German corpsin the governor abstain from complicating the pastor and official board of the desire of larger pupils to earn some!

brought about by the allies to territory where it exists. the neighborhood of Cracow and and embarrassing the situation.If church. At the first meeting of the ; money for themselves and the unusual -
I that the Russian advance towards committee Mr. M. O. Overstreet opportunity afforded for this pur-
halt the' advance of one sectionof "It. is believed that if the funds Governor Hunt persists in send- was |
German reinforcements des- with which'to carry on the campaignare Cracow has during the week of silence ing the militia to Naco Secretary made chairman of the building com- pose by the orange and vegetable in-

tined for the movement against forthcoming in a short while which has just passed been Garrison said tonight that he might mittee. His labor and untiring efforts dustry. The total enrollment shows 'i

Ostend. every trace of the disease will be withdrawn. Meantime the Germanson resort to the expedient of orderingthe should ever be appreciated by an increase of about 10 per cent. as 1
the east Prussian frontier the entire church and compared with the same schools the
Reports from Paris indicate stamped out, otherwise the disease are util- federal forces to take control of city. I
izing their network of frontier rail- year previous; this increase, however,
that the Germans under General will spread and greatly injure our the whole situation, supplanting the
Von Kluk are making most des- citrus roads to throw forces from flank to militia and declare Arizona under EVERYBODY WILL RIDE OVER being accounted for largely by the

perate.attempts to force a breakin "Dr.growers.E. W. Berger, state nursery flank in an endeavor to hold the few martial law. This is held by officialsto NEW PAVING THIS I'growth of Orlando during the past''| .:
positions still left untaken."It MORNING II two years and the consequent increased
be done under the
general constitutional -
the allied left between Alort inspector, at Gainesville, Florida, has '
and Arras and between Las- charge of the situation for the state appears neither side is anxiousto powers of the president.All : enrollment in her schools.

signy and Roye. For seventy- and can furnish any information de do more than mark time, the Rus- the important issues involvedin After many disappointing delaysthe I I The county has one senior and three

two hours they have been con- sired. sians being content with having de- this step were discussed at the newly paved portion North Orange I I junior high schools. The senior high

ducting almost continuous assaults "Park Trammell, Governor." feated and thrown the Germans back conference between Secretary Garrison avenue and Ivanhoe boulevard school situated at Orlando employs'

day and night against the onto their frontier." and President Wilson.WORLD'S will be opened to traffic at nine for the high school department alone

o'clock this morning. As this is the a principal and five assistants at a
I I
allies. GIRL IS SAID TO HAVE HELPED
first mile of the ten or twelve that ''cost of $605 per month. For the

Berlin Wireless Reports German KILL WEALTHY FARMER CHRISTABEl PANKHURST SERIES SEEN will be laid with brick in Orlando the grades of this school a principal and

opening this morning will be cele- ', sixteen assistants are employed, at a
Successes Chicago, Oct. 14.-Ruth McCul-
brated by an auto parade, led ,, cost of $1,295 per month making a
by
Berlin Germany by wirelessvia lough 20 old "snake charmer"
a year IN NEW YORK
BY 111,000 FANS of /
Mayor Sperry and, Commissioners tptal cost $1,900 per month for
London, Oct. 14.-(Special.) and her companion, Clarence McCormick ,
Johnson and Robertson followed teachers for this school.
-Main headquarters reports 18 years old, were arrested here by
I other officials The junior high schools are situated .
city and the
that in east Prussia a renewed today charged with the murder ofI. New York, Oct. 14.-Christabel Boston, Mass., Oct. 14..,-Despite general 'lone each at Oakland-Winter Garden ,.
public. ,
attack by the Russians, in an W. Mollatt, a wealthy farmer of Pankhurst, militant suffragette leaderof the rather mediocre of ,'i
play the final
Every car in Orlando is invited to Winter Park and Apopka. Each of
effort to make an encircling Hedrick, Iowa, and are said by the
England, came unannounced to game, the enthusiasm of the thou- join in the parade and inspect the j i! these has ,two teachers doing high
movement at Schirwind, has police to have confessed their guiltin I
been repulsed, the Russians los- writing. New York today aboard the Red Star sands of spectators furnished a thrilling new paving-the finest driveway in : school work.
steamer Finland. Miss Pankhurstmade Orange county, if not in Florida. j I There has been some increase of
ing 1,500 prisoners and fifty Mollatt was shot on October 6th climax when the last Athletic was .
1 teachers' salaries from
to ,
guns. In south Poland, Russian while in his automobile and his head the voyage under the name of put out and championship honors |i year year
LEMBERG and the salaries now for the
RETAKEN BY AUSTRIANS range
patrols have been driven back I crushed. The motive was robbery but Elizabeth B. Donald and did not reveal were assured for the Braves -
yester- white teachers from $40 to $175
south Warsaw.. The enemy's II the crime netted only $23. her identity until the Finlandwas i j per
day. Cheering throngs piled out of >month, and for the negro teachers
attempt to cross the Weichsel within sight of shore."I Berlin, Germany, via The Hague,
south of Iwangorod failed. It THE KAISER 'WILHELM CANAL do not come to America to ad- the bleachers and rushed for the Oct. 14.-There is a rumor current j I from $30 to 70 per month. The

i ia*>fficially announced at Vienna I CLOSED TO TRAFFIC vocate militant methods" were at! !I Braves but the Mackmen were the here today, but it lacks confirmation I months.length of term is from six to eight

that German troops advancing most her first words when she came i first to the dugout and were shaking that Lemberg Galicia, has been retaken -
There are eighteen special tax
against Przemysl, supported bY''| London Oct. 14.-The Kaiser Wil- ashore. "Militant methods are not hands and congratulated the winnerson by the Austrians. school districts two having been

a sortie of the garrison, have repulsed helm canal, between the Baltic and needed in America. The men of the their victory.

the encircling troops, North sea, has been closed to ordinary United States are more liberal than Because of the shortness of the se- THE WEATHER '!|created during the past year. All but
two of these tax of three mills.
levy
who are now only able to main- I I traffic for the duration of the the men of England; this is demon- ries the club owners and the national I j: a I
Florida Local .The districts spend the
rains fair
: except money received -
tain their position before the I war, 'according to a Reuter dispatch strated by the fact that a number of commission divide a smaller sum than
in extreme northwest portion Thurs- from this tax chiefly in im-
eastern front of the fortress. j I from Amsterdam. your states have already granted in any world series since 1905. The
woman suffrage."In I!attendance at the game was 34526. day. Friday probably fair. J I (Continued on page 8) I

England our cause has given The total attendance for the series

Deadlock in Sen. Over Cotton way to the cause of war, and we wo- was 111,000; receipts, $225,739; players
;men of England all $10,000 Raised Yesterday at I
are loyal to our share, 121900.94; each club's 1

flag. I believe, however, that Eng share, 40632.58; and the national I:

Provision War Tax Bill Likely!land would have been better equippedfor commission's proportion, 22573. As Tampa to Fight Citrus CankerManager :

war if her women had been given winners, the Boston players receive

the vote. I 60 per cent. of 121900.94, or $73-
Washington, Oct. 14. Special.)- cratic of the
(
whip senate was pessi-
"Militancy has already given its 140.56, while the Athletics, as losers, Lloyd S. Tenny of the thousand was raised. A committeewas
A deadlock in congress was threat- mistic about the outlook for adjourn-
f lesson in England. None of the Eng- get 4876038. Florida Growers' and Shippers League
ened today by Southern senators unless -' ment. He" interpreted the signs as lish believe I appointed to continue the solici-
that
women England will Twenty-six players on the Boston returned last night from Tampa tation of funds until the
the war tax bill is amended to pointing to a deadlock that will keep' entire $50-
do but "
anything win
( in this war. club are eligible to share in the prize where he attended yesterday morn- 000 estimated
to be
embrace the cotton relief measure i congress in session until after the Miss I necessary is
f Pankhurst said she expected money giving each man $2,831.10, ing a meeting of citrus fruit growers raised.
., drawn by them. Senator Smith, of election. to'remain I
I in the United States for a should the money be divided equally. and others interested in the citrus
Originally the
Georgia, in introducing the cotton The amendment as introduced I meeting had been
contained
few months. She
probably will make Of the Athletics 26 at the Hillsboro
players are entitled industry hotel. The called to
a pointed warning that : number of discuss the question of mark-
measure gave a changes. One of
a trip to the Pacific
coast. While in ,
to divide the loser's end, which meeting resolved itself into a discus-
there must be adequate debate on it. : the changes would force a reduction, New York she ing citrus fruit crates with the aon-
will be the guest of would give each Mackman 2031.68, sion of the citrus canker and its erad-
He said that he regarded the amend- in cotton growing by imposing a tax .; Mrs.. O. H. P. Belmont, the r tents as required by a regulation of
suffrage on a share and share alike basis. ication.
ment of more importance than the of two cents a pound on lint cotton leader. the United Sates department of agri
I Players of neither club have been, The proposition was made at the
culture. No
itself and that its action was taken this
byi supporters will on all cotton grown by any person in : on
as yet, notified of the division of the meeting that $10,000 be raised
insist on a dignified and adequate discussion excess of fifty per cent. of the total t Office box letter files 25 right matter except to request Mr. Tenny,
cents. Office money. The players receive less then and there to carry on the canker who .
of the grave problem. *amount raised by the same f acted as secretary of the meeting :;
.
person
supplies of all
kinds. Prices the money than has fallen to their lot fight, and at the rate of more than a to continue he
Lewis of Illinois Demo-
Sznztor |this pub'ien expect -
year. lowest.
Curtis &
O'NeaL since.the series
of 1910. thousand dollars a, minute the ten to the federal requirements.

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.4 CADLER-BOYD WEDDING AT We ought to be together,You and I." ; .
WINTER GARDENOne TRUE CHEAP T.F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.I Eat what you want.
I The opening chords of Mendles- Conscientious work at fair prices. Eat all you want.
sohn's Wedding March, by Mrs., Olson Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf I Take a postscript and forget it.
of the most beautiful, yet aim- For sale by all druggists.
I 'were struck immediately
upon WITH Subscribe for The Daily SentineL l-7-d&w.lyr
PAINT MEANS
pie:weddings imaginable was solemnized the close of the last song,and throughthe I -
; at 8:30 o'clock on'the morning of rear door of the reading room ap- o
Wednesday October'7th, at the homeof peared the bride and groom, just pre- The paint which covers the largest
the bride's mother, Mrs. Albert ceded by little Miss Louise Jones, sis- j surface-Gives the longest service 3 629 yur"'Pl9fimJI'School
Jones, in Winter Garden, when Miss ter of the bride, flower girl, and Mas-
Mary Croft Boyd became the bride ter Luther Sadler, brother of the -Lasts and looks well.THAT'S .
of Mr. Ralph Tilden Sadler,of Tilden- groom, ring bearer. Little Louise,
yule; Dr.J..F. McEinnon, of Orlando, dressed in a dainty blue silk dress, BooKs and SuppliesWill
r officiating in a beautifully impressive with sash and hair rosettes to match,
t and graceful manner. j bore a long handled basket filled with Harrisons9"Town be our principal business for the next
at 8:15, rose petals which she gracefully scat-
Promptly a beautifullyblending
s week or two. Our trade in this
piano selection was renderedby /tered before the bride, and little department
Mrs Inez Daniel Olson, a special Luther, dressed in white, carried a & Country" extends from Tangerine to Lake Poinsettaand
friend of the bride, and was,immediately handsome white satin rose, in the i
folloxwd ,by two. impressivesolos heart of which.retted the ring. Pass- The from Orange Center to Lake Pickett. We
result
by Mrs. Mabel Tilden McKin- j ing through the reading room, the A of over a Hundred, furnish every school book used in any schoolin
non, accompanied by Mrs.Olson. Per- doors of which were decorated with Years Experience. (O the
fect blending and appropriateness, palm branches forming an arch, and '. county, and any furnishing from a
combined with simplicity, made the' studded with flowers, the procession Get our free book Cause & Effect." slate pencil to seats, desks and musical in-
entire occasion one to be remembered.I: crossed into the living room and It tells you many things you ought to know. 4
Even the day dawned clear and I turned before the improvised chancel struments.. We are headquarters for school
bright and strove with the winged I I rail,.where they faced Dr. McKinnon.The SOLD BY supplies.
songsters to lend J its,best. Mrs. Mc- bride, who numbers her friendsby .
Kinnon's first solo was particularly her acquaintances, was unusually W. S. BRANCH
fitting, "Since We Parted," as Mr. sweet looking ii* her wedding dress of Jos. BumbyHardware Co., ,
Sadler)had just returned for the weds blue chiffon taffeta, the remarkable
ding from Homestead, where he had I feature_ of.which_ .was, beautiful_ cape. For the last Twenty-five Years The Arcade Book and Music Store
gone a couple of months before to effect made by the temporary drapingof I
prepare a home and farm- the wedding veil of her great-
great-grandmother, on her mother's
"Since we parted'yestereve
I do love thee, Love, believe: side. The veil is now the color of I
rare old ivory, and is of del-
exquisite
Twelve times dearer, $8 Charleston and Return
Twelve hours longer,, icateness. It was puffed under the i $8
55 One dream deeper, accordion plaited neck ruff, which I
matched the almost full length plaited : !
One night stronger VIA"Clyde
ir
One sun surer, tunic, and was caught with blue satin
Thus much moreThan roses. This, as well as the making of I I]
I loved thee, Dear, before." her traveling costume, was the -- Line"First
work of Mrs. Coxe, the handi-I r BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
; 55 And then, to the music of "0 PromiseMe signer and dressmaker, who LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS #
"
"You and I bride's mother's .
trousseau nearly ...
"My hand is lonely for your clasping, thirty years ago. The bride carried Effective from August 1, 1914 to August' Class, Meals and Berth IncludedThis
Dear, the Episcopal prayer book, which had 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction -
My ear is tired waiting for your been carried first by her grandmotherat during that time: '
call. her wedding, and then by her own Car $555.00Runabout special rate good on any of the Company'ssteamers
I want your strength to help, your mother; and folded through it, mark- I Touring August 22nd to October 17th
5; 5 laugh to cheer- ing the place of the ceremony, was 505.00F. inclusive.
Heart, soul and senses need you, her grandmother's wedding handker- O. B. Orlando. All can fully equipped.
one and alL chief,which was quite large and en-
.I droop without your full, frank tirely of exquisite lace except for the Farther in .vr factory we will production.be able t*and obtain the the minimum raainum cost efficiency in .at I Return Limit 10 Days
sympathy, tiny center. The couple knelt for the purchasing and sales department if we r-ach an oatjat ..fseo.
... between the above datea.
We oug t'to r be together, You and I. benediction upon a handsome satin 0 car Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville I'
to aa
And should we reach-'this production we agree pay every
pillow, the handwork and gift of Mrs. the share front 14* to SCO per ear (on or about I and '
"We: wan*; Bach other so, to comprehend buyer's ... Tuesday, Thursday Saturday at 2 p. m.
(Continued on page 3.) AncoRt 1.1915) to every retail buyer who parch. a new I !
Ford ear between August 1. lilt and August 1. 1S15.
For further particular regarding these,low prices and profit-
The dream,the hope,things planned I
11 Eat all you want. sharingplan, see For reservations
and further
wrought
or seen or Eat what you want. particulars apply to
Companion, comforter, and guide and Take a postscript and forget it. F. G. RUSH.
; friend, For sale by all druggists. Phone 226 H. G. WENZEL, Fla. Pass. Agent
l-T-d&w-lyr
As much as Love asks Love, does

thought ask thought; I T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. 122 W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Life is so short,so fast the lone hours Conscientious work at fair prices.
fly, Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf -
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We are Sellers of City and Country Property .




\ We are Buyers of City and Country PropertyWe




are Owners of City and Country PropertyWe




are Builders of Houses and BungalowsWe : '




are a General Exchange for all transactions in g




any class of Real Estate \



We invite those having property For Sale or For Rent to call at our office and place same on our books.


We hope by careful attention to the interest of our Clients to build up an enterprise that will be a credit

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Orlando Building and Land Co.




Fred B. Dale 11 North Orange Ave. Opposite San Juan Hotel Davis & Giles, CounselC.


H. Bryant F. A. Peppercorn, Contractor


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CALDER-BOYD WEDDING AT basket of plume fern hung in the cen- More rapid progress on the drain- work on the sub-laterals within the

WINTER PARK .ter of the room, and from this 11 age work on the Indian River farmsis next few weeks. Mr. List and Mr.

streamers of .asparagus fern were promised as a result of a visit of Gifford departed for home Tuesdaybut

(Continued from page 2)). carried to the two corners above the W. M. List and P. W. Gifford, of Kan- Mr. List expects to return to Veroin

Olson, which was bound with twisted chancel rail, and straight across the I sas City, to Vero, Florida. Messrs. about a month.-Vero correspondent GRAND
center of the ceiling. A huge white Fort Pierce News.
pure silk cord, and two beautiful List and Gifford are the drainage con-
wedding bell of crepe paper covered tractors. They brought with them I .
of white satin roses, .
shower bouquets with clematis bloom hung just above I Leo McDonald, of Joplin, Mo., who FOR SALE i i
the hearts of which were made from the wedidng couple.Immediately will rebuild the two Gade drag line Nursery SCOCK one, two, three and TODAY '
the satin of her own wedding dress after the benediction a excavators now at work on the sub- four year old buds; Foster Early) :
souvenir, hung from one end Pineapple, Java, flomosassa. Wash
as. a brief reception was held, and ere the lateral ditches. Two additional 1
ma- Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kafile
and, in the center, in silk, were em- ington !
guests had admired all the gifts, the chines will also be purchased and put Apopka. Fla. Phone 2222. 3-18-tf .
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broidered the letters "B-S" bride reappeared in a traveling suit
General Film Co.
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The appeared unusually tall
groom of mahogany silk poplin which set
and handsome in his suit of conven- off her dark hair and eyes to perfec- HMMIIirillMIIIMMIIMHIIiMMIMMMIMMIMTHE i

tional black. tion. The hat matched in color. The
The reading room was decorated blouse was of white silk. CHASE & CO T
"The
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Gamblers"
almost entirely with goldenrod the Amid the good-byes and best wishes !

color motif being gold and green. A of friends, they left by auto for PACKING HOUSE AT 'ORLANDO \
novel design was carried out by mak- Orlando, where, in a shower of rice,
ing a border around the room just thrown by friends who followed and Is modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- 3
below the ceiling border with the date machinery, and gives the citrus the
others who flocked to the A. C. L. grower 1
By Charles Klein author of "Lion and i
j goldenrod and finishing it neatly by depot, they boarded the train for .
covering the stems with long even Miami, by way of which, the following PROPER PACKING the Mouse," and "Third Degree." A Lu- t

branches: of foliage-covered night- .. day, they were to go to Home- FIRST AID TO bin masterpiece complete in
blooming jessamine. The piano was stead, their future home. HIGHEST PRICES
completely banked with the rod. The i i That their lives be as bright
room adjoining the living room in I.:and joyous as their may wedding day, is which, however, would not accomplish the end desired Five Thrilling Reels
which the gifts were on display was the highest their many friends can by the grower, if he did not also have available the services -

I decorated in pink and green the foliage -I wish them. Another of those big features at pop-
I of the white-star jessamine and i, ofTHE ular '
|I.I prices.
I pink-bloom vine being used together CHASE & CO .

I with asparagus fern. A large bed WHY SUFFER ANYSTOMACH t
I held the gifts of linens all of which SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

I were embroidered and consisted of!I DISTRESS which with selling forces thoroughly organize, expe- HEAR
I everything in the,linen line needed inla
When Mi-o-na Is a Quick and Effec- rienced, competent and reliable:
appointed little home. A
perfectly "THAT
tive ORCHESTRA"Watch
1 RemedyIf
I large dresser, wash stand and two ta- your stomach is continually GIVES THE GROWER

[bles held the articles of silver, china, kicking up a disturbance, causing HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS
cut glass and aluminum. Of the distress after eating, heartburn, it grow. Practically the best and
coated tongue, gas, sour taste of food,
splendid assortment, almost every and you feel blue, irritable and ner- CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED highest priced musical organization in the
piece was engraved with initials, and vous, you are suffering from indi- GROWERS MARKETING AGENTS State.
I there were almost no duplicates. Sev- gestion 'and dyspepsia.It's .
leral of the lay neatly .rolled needless for you to suffer and
rugs I now is the time to quickly stop the CZBAJ&JB: & CO. 1
upon the floor. A gold thimble, slender -|distress and regulate your stomach.
and exquisite, in the original case,i t Simply get from McElroy's Phar-
Main Office. Jacksonville, Florida NO ADVANCE IN PRICES NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
which had belonged to her grandmother -'macy tablets--a,or any simple drug store prescription,some Mi-o-na that A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla.

was one of two heirlooms does more than give quick and lasting 930d&wtlMIMIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIMIMMIIIIIIMMt
from her maternal ancestors whichare relief. Mi-o-na soothes the irritated Five and Ten Cents to All 1
handed down to her. The other isla lining of the stomach and stimulatesthe -
cup of hammered silver which has flow of the digestive juices so
: that what eat is converted
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been in family for generationafter into healthful nourishment, then .
generation, the last authenticdate you are well and strong, and no longer TOMORROW \
of which is 1772, that year being less worry nights.about trifles or have rest- ..South Apopka Nurseries..
engraved it, together with the
upon t Do not allow indigestion to wreck "THE SPITFIRE
name of one of the early owners, and.your health and happiness but get All the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange I .
Mary Croft Boyd's name and the datef 'some Mi-o-na tablets at oncetheyare ; ; Trees thrifty well-rooted and clear of all diseases. ; ;
its passing to her are last eng cheap and harmless. T&T < New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family I A Paramount Production.Mr. i

raved. I ; FREE. Address

W The living room, in which the ceremony -. ESTRAY PIGS-Two estray pigs Fritz Hauer, Orlando's favorite

was solemnized was green and .have taken and up at red my male.place, one black .South Nurseries. violinist will play "CANZONETTA "
female one They have Apopka a
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white, and was decorated entirely of i'been there since Sept. 23rd. Ownerscan
number that is
ferns and clematis. ,One magnificentiece have same by paying expenses, featured by some of the
>iece of clematis, tacked to the ceil-,J. W. Pace, Orlando, Fla. 10-15-2d-lw OCOEE, FLORIDA greater artists."t. .
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DAILY ,. I ft SIDELIGHTS that in reality he proved to be a gel- DeWitt Miller Mrs. Harriet Miller '

atine coated asafoetida pill, or a nux :Miss Julia Chapman, Miss Canfield,
Soflth. Florida Sentinel I (By W. S. Branch) vomica tablet., Judge and Mrs. T. P. Warlow Dr.and

T v MORNING AND WEEK; j Th$ editor of the Ocala Banner *, Mrs. A. B. Whitman Mr. and Mrs. L.

JOSIAH FEUU8. E4t.r m4 owner says he "was struck last Saturdaywith There are twenty thousand school H. Gedge, Mr. and Mrs. Harold

a number of bushels of sweet teachers in New York city. If the Bourne Mrs. Edna Fuller, Mrs. G. R.

lda Entered. a. Second at the Clau poatoffic Mail Matter.at Orlando. Flor- potatoes mostly Spanish yams," eta salary of the entire number should be Newell, Mrs. Beardall and Miss Ray.

We trust that neither the editor nor held up for a couple of months and The bride wore a very beautiful

Daily. 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION.............RATES........... $500 he potatoes were injured and that he they should all get on the war path' gown of white brocaded charmeuse
Daily. 6 Months ...................... %.60 will live to eat most of the spuds at once, there would be something do- satin, trimmed with silver lace. Mrs. .
Daily. S Month ...................... 1.2J have "
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .50 after they been "candied. ing in little old New York. Mallory the bride's mother wore a

Weekly. 1 Year .................... $1.00 handsome gown of pearl gray brocaded -
Weekly. 6 Months.................... 75 Tampa has a prominent businessman THE THAYER-O'NEAL WEDDINGLast crepe de chine. Miss Mabel
known locally as "Sunny Jim." I O'Neal the daughter of the groom,
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN His whole is James Lawrence,
name I looked very sweet in a gown of white
ADVANCETO evening at the beautiful homeof
of the Tampa Hardware company. Brussels net, trimmed with lace.
Mrs. Thayer on Lake Cherokee,
ADVERTISERS Every community needs a "SunnyJim The whole house was a bower of
," and it would not do any harmto the solemn and impressive words of pink and white roses, with back-
c.py for display and all ether baad-ict
the
adrertUinr ..*t be handed in at the business have a "Sunny John," a "SunnyBill" Episcopal marriage ceremonywere ground of the feathery asparagus
..fie .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. B. uttered by Bishop Cameron
the day before imblicaU.*. This rate applies and even a "Sunny Jane" and a fern. Mr. Harvey the uncle of the
te chance for contract adTertisinx; it u "Sunny Mary." Therefore we rise to Mann, and the vows were exchanged bride, showed great artistic skill in
invariable and will be strictly adhered to.
which made Hon. W. R. O'Neal and
nominate as a "Sunny Jim" for Or- the matter of decoration. After the
Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discontinued lando, James D. Barnes, of the Yow- :Mrs. Jessie Mallory Thayer "man and ceremony refreshments were served, MILLINERY
should notify the office in writing on ell-Duckworth wife. This marriage is one of uni-
the date of expiration otherwise it will be company's establish- a delicious salad course followed by
continued at the regular subscription nta.D ment. Did you ever see Mr. Barnes versal interest to the people of 'Orlando ices and cake. Mrs. O'Neal proved a
til notice to stoP i* received. as :Mr. O'Neal and :Mrs. Thayerare
when his
countenance was cloudy or charming hostess in a home noted for
THURSDAY OCTOBER 15, 1914. when he was carrying around a among the best 'known and best its genial atmosphere of wholesouled
? No sir and if loved of her citizens, Mr. O'Neal hav-
grouch you start out friendliness and 'hospitality. The
The open season for hoboes in Flor- with a grouch on your own face and ing lived here for more than twenty guests departed after showering Mr. Our stocks are absolutely com-

ida is at hand. run into Jim Barnes the grouch soon years, and active in almost every department and :Mrs. O'Neal with good wishes plete-complete in style and col
of business, educational,
o gets ashamed and runs away. All and congratulations, in which all
The finest peaches nowadays grow who favor the election of James D. philanthropical, and religious Me, their numerous Orlando friends would ors. and prices are consistent

5 on family trees. Barnes as the official "Sunny Jim" of while Mrs. Thayer,,though not identi- like to join.COUNTY with our policy of "One New
fied with Orlando for so long time
Orlando, please Carried a ,
o say. aye. "
is well known as a leader in society, Standard of Values.
The earth was made for man, but unanimously.
in her church, and.,in all matters of COMMISSIONERS IN
there is a whole lot of disagreementabout
civic and educational advancement.
which man. Hope is the sublimest.word in the SESSION YESTERDAYThe
The list of friends of both bride and
o English language. (This paragraphis
groom is a long one, but it not
was
r The increase in population of Or- written just before the fourth county commissioners were in
possible to invite all who have
would
lando is given by County Superin- game of the world's series.TampaTribune. ) session
been yesterday morning, makingthe
glad to witness this marriage,
tendent McKinnon as the reason for .
and only the immediate relatives, the final arrangements for the holding ReadtoWear
the increase in the total attendanceat "Our hopes, like tow'ring falcons, aim '
Pollyanna club, and a few intimate
of the November
election. In-
the public schools of Orange At objects in the airy height;
county. The little pleasure of the gameIs friends were present. The guests included spectors and clerks were appointedand i
:Mr. and :Mrs. Eric: Palmer the registration books gone over. Never before have our assort-
a from afar to view the flight.
RECEPTION AND CARD GAME AT -Prior. Miss Mabel O'Neal, Bishop and :Mrs. The commissioners also decided to ments been as complete as now.
Cameron :Mann, Dean and Mrs. Henry cut down ,the number of Orlando
ROSALIND CLUB papers -
In addition to the
conceptions
Remsen, Dr. and :Mrs. Stagg, Mr. and to be, sent out for advertising
In our humble opinion there are Mrs. S. A. Johnson, :Mr. and :Mrs. purposes to 750, and to have 375 produced by the formost manu-
The hospitality committee of the
two serious objections to the palm
Thomas Brodwater, :Mr. John H. Har- copies sent out each by the Apopka
Rosalind club has arranged an informal trees for use on front lawns. In the facturers of the style centers of
vey, :Mr. Bolton :Mallory/Mr. and Mrs. News and Winter Garden paper.
reception and card game for first place they grow very rapidly and the north we are showing some
this afternoon at three-thirty. The the leaves are continually growingover .
handsome
players will be privileged to form the sidewalk and annoying peo- very creations from

their own tables. ple who walk. In the second place some of the premier costumiers

they are not pretty in the first place. I High Grade Property of Paris and London in
JL D. WARING WILL BUILD $10,000 *
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HOME
Speaking of her husbands a lady. ,,

.. sass lo us the other day "He is a I I- have recently purchased the Saunders place
One of the prettiest homes in Or- sugar coated angel." She has been Evening Gowns

lando will be built at once by Mr. married less than a year but we sincerely situated corner N. Orange and Concord avenues

R. D. Waring, on the fine lot he re- hope she will never have occasion and am offering it for sale at LESS than its value.
Dresses
cently purchased on North Orange to say she discovered that she Reception
The lot fronts on Orange avenue 100 feet and hasa
avenue through Mr. Carl Dann. His was premature in her judgment and
new home will cost about ten thou- frontage on Concord avenue of 240 feet. Or- Coat Suits

sand dollars and it will be as thor: ange and grapefruit trees and ornamental shrub-

oughly modern and attractive as MllitMMIIIMIIiMMMMT.F.HOURIBM bery. Dwelling house in good condition and has
money will make it. Mr. Waring re- f
cently moved to Orlando from Kis- all modern conveniences. Garage. Streets on

simmee and the building of a mag- Licensed Plumber and both sides paved with brick. See me if interested. ....
here indicates his intention '
nificent home Sanitary Engineer < t
to reside in this city perma t
Estimates Furnished. Jobbing < .

nently. ; Prompt PHONE Attended 629. S.Y.WAYInsurance I Our Junior Department

'THE GIRL OF THE MIDWAY AT
OPERA HOUSE LAST NIGHT I Io6 Court Street
and Real Estate Agent
1 ORLANDO, FLORIDA : has received special attention
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"The Girl of the Midway" was *
shown last night at the opera house 4allmMlllltiMMIMHIMMM PHONE 172 this season, many of the garments -

before a fair sized crowd. It was t II I Ii I while having that "chic'

well presented and the_ audience ap- ---- i appearance dear to the heart of
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the growing maiden, has also
ings of the comedians. A young man

wishes to marry the daughter of "a the additional qualities of "Good

wealthy Irishman who has just come Scvias Notice-Quick Delivery \Vear."

to this country but who does not wish

the young man to do so. With the -" till
We are open from 6 a. m.
help of an attractive young lady the

., young man traps the father into allowing -
the marriage to be made pos- PHARMACY 10:30 p. m. during the week.

sible, by finding him making love to .
the young lady. The extremely funny . .111..1. . -

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laughter. A much larger attendance .

" is expected tonight when the merit of \Ve 'have given special atten-


.: the those play who saw becomes it last known night. through Your grandtatlier l Rode in H C tion to this department, and
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REYNOLDS WARNS BANKERS ; n r r r rA voice ed color here, weave almost, and every fabric want-that

AND BUSINESS MEN
5 fashion calls for.

Richmond, Va., Oct. 14.Special.Arthur ( .) \.
slow vehicle in its that has dissap-
Reynolds, president of the moving adequate day,

American Bankers' association, deliv- peared because it could not meet the modern problem of carry-
ered a warning to bankers and busi- .
ing many people over long distances. ;}: ..
ness men of the country in his speech -
l before the convention of the associa- .\.
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Your Grandfather had Heavy Watchnot
tion here today. He called upon a Big

from them to sinister rise to legislative defend tendencies.He themselves. --- much of a timekeeper and very expensive in upkeep Per

also pointed out certain dangersin haps for sentimental reasons you are wearing it to-day. You are

Although the new federal there was reserve scarcely system.a ref- wrong. You are risking the loss of a valued heirloom without any Hr'.&>. ,

erence to the effect of the war upon resulting advantage. On the contrary, hindered by its inaccuracyyou ";'' t

business and banking, there was a
handicapped in of other modern facilities.
most pessimistic note in Mr. Rey- are your use many

nolds'ence to remarks.President Many Wilson saw in his a refer-state- Buy One of Our Handsome $25 Filled Gold Watches


ment that organized; effort by busi- they are light, durable, accurate and economical in upkeep.We .
ness men to modify some of the dras-
ic legislative measures proposed has feature the Elgin watch.

_k been openly referred to as "conspir-

acy to influence legislation."
DICKSON YES CO.
Mr. Reynolds said that law makers

have failed to recognize the momen-

tous world changes and are seekingto T. H. EVANSJEWELER '

turn back the tide of industrial ...

progress by repressing the organiza- DEPARTMENTAL[ STORE
tions which the evolution of the new

conditions require.

Public opinion when properly informed ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
Orlando Avenue Florida
he continued, will not tolerate Orange .

the handicaps this country is

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Mr. C. H. Baker, of Jacksonville, iMM MM Mill M MM Ml MMJJFAVQRTE UNCLAIMED LETTERSList
.. was among the arrivals at the San = oz====: =:
of letters remaining uncalled
< Juan last night. THEATRE for in the postoffice at Orlando, Fla.
) THE TUNER for the week ending October 10th, "GET IT AT ALLEN'S"
OELANIDO Mr. Robert A. Sewell arrived in Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. 1914. When calling for same pleasesay
FLA.
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Orlando last night from College Park, "advertised.
:
Admission 5 cents W. R. O'NEAL P. M.
and is today in Or-
Ga spending
Men's
List-Anthony, E. M.; Brown,
lando a guest of the San Juan. Hampton Boehm, M.; Bates, RobertS.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carson, of Kis- 1111..111111111.1..11.TO .; Brewster, T. J.; Curry, C. D.;

simiAme, honored Orlando with their Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Harney and DAY'S PROGRAM Chase, S. 0.; Chapman, Tom; Chap-
presence yesterday. man, Will; Dearborn, Geo. P.; Davis, CUT GLASS AND SILVERWe
Miss Shirley Montague and Miss Victor. Florence Lawrence in "The Howard; Hampton, Eddie; Hidhent,
Mary Robinson have returned from Doctor's Testimony." A drama, in Henry; Helsington, Henry Campbell;
Mrs. E. M. Comins, who has spent their visit to Lawton, Mich:, and are two parts. Jacobson, Mr.; Johnson, S. J.; Lumia, have just received new Glass inn n
several winters in Orlando, has ar- in Jacksonville. The entire Nestor. "A Gypsie's Romance," Marianno; Miller, Clarence; McGa-
rived from Amityville, N. Y. now with Wallace Reid and Dorothy Dav- hey, G. H.; McCombs, Floyd L.; Mil- Silver, beautiful paterns, moderate
party will arrive in Orlando Saturdayin enport. Produced by Wallace Reid. ler, Thos.; Pearce, Clayton; Pope, H. ;
Mr. Harney's touring car. S.; Patterson, Lonzo; Reithoffer price. U UTumblers
Proprietor A. B. Vance was prepar- United Shows; Stokes, F. D.; Stuard,
ing yesterday to have a big electric Manager Empie is rejoicing over Lois; Smith & Jones; Therral, Stan-
sign placed in front of the Hotel Mr. E. L. Brown, a worthy memberof the improvements to be-'made in the ton C.; F. R.; Zirgler W. H.; To the -i. ; l
the county commimssioners, was office of the Western Union Telegraph Printing & Publishing House at 934
Astor. in Orlando from Fort Sixty-first St.Women's .
yesterday
.
It will be repainted
., company.
"' List-Burnett, Mrs. E.H.
;
Christmas, attending a meeting of the inside and out and the floor will receive -
Mrs. Geo. C. Keller who has been Binson, Mrs. Easter; Calhoun, Mrs.
relatives in Keutcky for the board. He was accompanied by Mrs. a new linoleum covering, whilea R. C.; Dauer, Miss Lilly; Griffin(
visiting Brown, who spent the day shopping huge electric sign will make it one Mist Grace; Hampton, :Miss Carrie;
past two months, will return. to.Or- and.meeting her many friends. of the most Or- Harriel, Mrs. Lora; Harris, Miss
conspicuous
spots on
lando this afternoon. Mary; Holcomb, Mrs. W.; Johnson,
ange avenue at night. :Mrs. Lizer; Nelson, Miss Annie; Pat-
F. McKinnon is Capt. B. M.Sims, a prominent and ton, Mrs. F. J.; Rawls, Mrs. Harvey;
Superintendent J. influential citizen of Ocoee, mingled Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Saxton left Or- Spafford, Mrs. Belle; Wright, Miss 4 4H
visiting several of the county schools with friends in Orlando yesterday.The Mara; Wilson, Miss Mary.
lando yesterday morning on the 9:56
this week, among them being Gotha
Walter
Captain and his son, Mr.
train for Jacksonville, where they NEW ARRIVALWe
Windermere and Ocoee.
Sims are proprietors of the famous stop for a short time before going to

South Apopka Nurseries, and he reports Indianapolis, where they will make have just opened a large new
Mr. J. R. Thornton, the clever rep- a steady demand for his citrus their home. stock af table linen, art linen, shirt-
resentative of the S. P. Richards Pa- stock. waist linen, towels, napkins, white
counterpanes, and blankets. Get our
per company, Atlanta, spent yester-
the trade. Rev E. W. Pigion, of Rugby, North prices before you buy.
in Orlando calling
day on Next Monday evening, at 8:15 in Dakota, arrived yesterday in Orlando 10-13-6t W. M. SLEMONS.To Jewel Boxes

Carl Dann has made several salesin Cluett Hall auditorium at; the Cathe- and is the guest of Bishop Cameron Water Pitchers Cream
class will be and Sugars
dral school, a dancing
Mann at He has U
Bishopstead.
come convinced of the
lots in be producing
the past few days of choice
formed. Friends of the school who Colognes Compote
to take charge of the mission workat .
Concord Park, and among the pur- power of Sentinel want ads.-try one.JMMMMMMMMMMMM .
would like to this class Vaises Bowls Etc.
join may apply Cocoa and at Port Orange. ,
chasers were Wm. and H. L. Beardall. to Miss Margaret Hibbs, teacherof D

physical culture, or to Miss Shepherd Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Webb of
:Mrs. D. J. Dykes and mother, Mrs.J. .A.llen & CO.
W. Mangham, returned yesterday or to Mrs. Cobb Tampa, spent Tuesday in Orlando, 11 .,
where seeing their friends here. :Mr. Webbis
afternoon from St. Petersburg, McCULLOCU'SDepartment
Sheriff J. W. Bass and
Deputy
several in the wholesale grain and grocery Jewelers
have been spending
they
members of the police force raided a business in that city, and combined

weeks. negro skin game last night and captured business with pleasure while in Or- "
four of the nine participants.The lando. U "Everything Guaranteed. D J
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Judy and two game was a lively and excitingone : Store !

sons and Miss Floss Knight were 'and the swamp on Fern creek, :Mr. and Mrs. McLean, of Gotha,
among the prominent Floridians reg- 16 .elI
near Jonesville, had been chosen as
in Orlando
spent yesterday having
OCI.
istering at the San Juan from Tampa which ,
a safe spot in the negroes just returned to Florida after spend-
yesterday.Mrs. could enjoy their national game. Five ing the summer months at points in : ; Jelly Tumblers j -M----IMI---I- -M111111111- --- 11111 M 11111111 M 111111- -- -

E. T. Poulson and interesting of the players were too fleet of foot Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee and :
for the police and made their get- ;
Creed who have Kentucky. They are most enthusiastic -
little daughter, Janet Fruit Jars
been visiting relatives in various away. over the delightful trip. I /vn

in Indiana including Indianapolis -
places Mr. L. R. Baker, one of Maitland's Dr. V. W. Estes is making his store
,
all summer, will return home all kindsPreserving
prominent, citizens, was in Orlando
look
this afternoon.Mr. more inviting by having the Polish Your Silver
yesterday, winding up some of the
and
front repainted, a settee has been
business affairs of his father, Mr. B. I
placed before the front show window
C. D. Keller, the well known E. Baker, who died Saturday. The I for the comfort of his customers. Dr. : ; Wrights Silver Cream Electro-Sili-j
commercial representative of the Kettles
body was taken to Sanford and em Estes is also having a new lighting I
Haines, Jones & Cadbury company, balmed and will be kept there until his : con.
system placed in store, which will
of Philadelphia, Savannah, and San I I the property, of which he owned a give him better illumination and make

Francisco, plumbers' supplies, is great deal in and around Maitland, his store more attractive at night. i South Orange Avenue Pick Your Teeth
spending today in Orlando.Mr. can be disposed of, and will then be i

taken to his old home at Melton,
TWO ORLANDO BOYS HONOREDAT
L. S. Scroble, the popular com- Iowa, and placed in its final resting SCHOOL > II'IIIIIIII"'II'IIIIII'VENEER i With the Gold Medal Toothpicks : :

mercial agent of the Clyde Line,-was place.

among the transportation men spend- I Two of the Orlando boys attendingthe CORESALL
The Right Rev. Cameron Mann,
ing yesterday in this city. Mr. Scro
Georgia College -
Military Academy at
ble has been coming to this section D. D., has just returned from Eng- Park, Ga., have already won student LENGTHS AND ANY t I Potted Plants, Cut Flowers, Funeral i \
land and will visit St. Peter's church, QUANTITY
for in the interest of
eighteen years Plant City, November 1st. Dr. Mann honors often requiring a much Special prices for October. Designs Wedding Decorations.
his company. longer attendance at that popular Stock up before cold weather. ,
possesses a strong and forceful per- educational institution. DeLaney FIREPLACE CHUNKS AND
and is of Also
sonality
a worthy successor
Mrs. W. P. Edwards is spendingthis Way, son of Mr. and :Mrs. S. Y. Way, OAK WOOD
the true friend of South Florida,
week in Orlando as the guest of has been appointed a sergeant in the i THE SANITARY GROCERY
Bishop Gray. Plant City is fortunatein
Mrs. Edwards in Orlando Wood Yard
Mrs. Stringer. college cadet corps, an appointmentthat
having Bishop Mann visit the local
to be in attendance CARUTHERS & GORE
Orlando especially reflects credit the
church at this time and the Rev. R. upon young _B. W. Kingsley, Proprietor
uIOn the camp meeting of the Seventh Bolton will endeavor to the man that is gratifying to his parents.Joe PINE STREET AND R. R. Phone 200
Day Adventists in session in arrange Ferris, son of Mr. and Mrs.Josiah Telephone 344
that city.-Ocala Star. services so that it may not conflict Ferris, has also given them cause to 9-30 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
with other services in order that vis-
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itors may be present.-Plant City
The paving of Boone street from Courier.C. He belongs to the college band, being

Church noon,to and Jackson was well began under yesterdayat way E. Johnson, a leading businessman the baritone player. 1::::iiMitiiiiiiiitiiiMMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii: : : : : : : : : : : i iiill: : ::IIIIMIMMMMIIHave ::::! "" I

when quitting time came last night. of Orlando, spent the day in WANTED-Position stenographer. Must by know experienced imme- : I

Boone is a short but busy street, and Miami yesterday, on his way to Key diately, as will leave town tomorrow
in orange season it is a very much West. This is Mr. Johnson's first visitto morning if do not get position. Ad- II

crowded thoroughfare.Mr. Miami in something like a dozen dress "Stenographer," care Sentinel, I
or phone 494. 1015ltOSTEOPATHY
years, and he was lost in admirationof

B. Heartt, who arrived for the what he saw in the way of growthand

sixth winter in Orlando from Amity- development since he saw the

ville, N. Y., Tuesday, went up to San- city so many years ago. Mr. John-

ford yesterday accompanied by Mr. son was accompanied by Mrs. Johnson DR. J. C .HOWELL

James Porter, and returned with his and they were shown about the
Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo
car last evening. Mr. Heartt has pur- city and surrounding country by Mr.
Electrical
chased the W. B. Freas place a short and Mrs. F. B. Stoneman, and they extra charge lor House treatment You '

distance from the city limits and departed last night for Key West.- I Telephone connections

made many improvements. Miami Herald. |Office cor. Orange and Central Are

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PROBABLE RESULT OF AUS- WANTED-Servant girl or woman to
t TRIA'S DEFEAT PEOPLE'S WANTS cook, wash dishes, wash and iron Dumber. 1i :the and ShinglesORLANDO
for family of three; also to sweep and
dean up three rooms; to have break-
(International News Service.) MUNNIMAKERSN.ticM fast by 5:30 in morning; dinner at
Vienna Austria Oct. .-The terrible 12:30, and supper at 6 p. m. J. W.
cf Lost wanted For Sale For Cain. 10-12-1w
NAIR LUMBER
k reverses met by AustriaHungary -
Rent etc for this column. 29c. for one day.
since the beginning of her war SOc. for three days. or U.tO *"' one week. fr2S FOR SALE
against Servia and Russia has led to words cr Ir... Money toot ae..pany :Established cash business. 208 South
the adrertiMMcata for tkia Glass a* n.
a discussion as to the probable resulton Orange Avenue
inicrtfen will W mad *a credit. Wright Realty and Seed Co.
the dual monarchy of her final defeat 10-11-lw :

in the great European war. FOR RENT-New 5-room) house,

Austria-Hungary has lost two modern, reasonable rent to respon- Who u your painter and decorator?
great battles in. which at least one- sible parties by the year, apply 510 If yon are satisfied keep the one yen
half of her regular army was en- W. Central ave. have if not, phone W. T. Entrican,

gaged. The Servians have inflicted FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms. N. 36. 1.20UCORDON'S Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime

upon; the .'dual monarchy a defeat 418 South Lake St. 10-10-lra

which has been followed by a rout '
FOR SALE-Cooking Range, per- CARRIAGE MlilOIMMMMIMi"
and 40,000 prisoners and numerous fectly new, also oil Cooking Stove. !
guns have fallen into Servian hands. Call mornings at 707 East; Central

The Russians have defeated one wingof avenue. 10-9-6t AND-

the Austrian main army in Galicia FOR SALE-Cheap. A Planet, wsIjss:
with the loss of 70,000 prisoners and Jr., Garden Seeder and Wheat Hoe BAGGAGE TRANSFERL.
- several hundred guns. Panic is said Attachment, nearly new, also 100 ;
Egg Incubator, used one year and
to have seized the Austrian troops in gave 94 per cent. hatch.623 W. .
Galicia, and the other wing of the Church street. 10-6-6t T. HARRELL Prop.

Austrian army in that province may FOR RENT Piano and Furniture :: : Important friendships result from the right introduction, and

before long have a similar fate. Aus- Rooms for light housekeeping mod-
tria's position is becoming desperate.. ern, up to date; furnished or unfur-; Moving a Specialty :; : the most important ones come through the right banking con-

A homogeneous united country country, which, a is thoroughly satisfied -- i nished Watkins.den, fruit; on Lucerne and flowers.Circle;See with 9-24-tf J.gar-F. 8 E. Church SI. PHONE !87Dressmaking :; ; nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We

with its government can standa ;; : invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-
defeat. Austria-Hungary is unique FOR RENT-Four nice furnishedrooms.
Will rent to adults only. : | est is taken in depositor.ORLANDO .
- of its kind. It is a state composed of every .
Apply 409 DeLaney sreet. 9-23-tf !
numerous nationalities which are at

war among themselves Governmentis FOR RENT-Two rooms for light Mrs. R. S. Cohoon has
and is maintained in housekeeping, with all modern con-
tyrannical,
resumed her dressmak- BANK
veniences. Inquire 312 E. South St. & TRUST CO.
power by setting nation against na-
9-25-1m ing and is now locatedin
tion end class against class. The ra-
cial division of Austria-Hungary may FOR RENT-Good Boarding House, Room 4 Way building,
furnished and dose in. Will rent for
be seen from the following table: 3, 6, or 12 months. Possession at on Orange avenue, where 1'111111111111111111.1111111:11::
RACES OF AUSTRIA once. Also some rooms for light she cordially invites all

Germans _______________ 9,950,000 house-keeping. See or phone F. L. ladies needing anything
__ ___ Anderson, 112 W. Church street. 111111''" ''I 111 I I" '= |ilULIIL44Jj MI IIIIIIH MMIIIM MilHM
: Czechs ______ __ __ 6,436,000 Phone 459. 10-14-tf in the wearing apparelline ::I tIlt :: :

f Poles ___________________ 4,968,000
call and her.
to see
Rathenians ____________ 3,519,000 FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with

Slovenes _________________ 1,253,000Servians garage; elegantly furnished Knox. ; on
Lake Lucerne. Jas. A.
__________-V___ 783,000 8-27-tf I. CLOTHINGOur

Italians _____________ 768,000 .
FOR SALE-By Clarence W. Rose, Real Estate Boughtand
Roumanians ____________- 275,000 308 North Main street, a Cote. and
Magyars _______________ 11,000 three lots. A 14-room house fur-
RACES OF HUNGARY nished, both close in. Please inves- Sold.City .
stock ofWinter
new
Magyars ___-'i-___________10,051,000 investigate. 10-14-10t

Roumanians __________ 2,949,000 FOR SALE-Horse, 14 hands high, 8 Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash
Germans _______________ 2,037,000 years old, sound and gentle, weighs
Slovaks ______________1,968,000 900 pounds; price $135. Richard Car- and $1.00 per week buys a Lot Pall
ter, Lake Mary, Fla. 10-11-3t | and |
Croatians _______________ 1,833,000 RENTS COLLECTED t l Clothing

Servians _________________ 1,106,000 FOR SALE-14-room house fully
Ruthenians _____________ 473,000 furnished, splendid location, price
$5000, terms. Apply Alfred Hadley
BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINASerbs 308 Magnolia Ave. 10-6-2w N. P. HATCHERORLANDO

___________________ 2,0,00,000 Made by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in
Austria has about 30,000,000 in- FOR SALE-Or trade for real estate ,FLORIDA ,
automobile in
a five-passenger
habitants. Of these only about one- nice shape. Address No. 112 West and for
Office at Pinehurst ParkP. we are anxious to see our
third are Germans. Hungary has Church street city., 10-4-lm you
O. Box 281

about nominally 22,00,000 10,000,000 inhabitants., but in Of reality these i.of FOR black SALE-One mares, weight or both 1100 of a team and 10-8-1m New Styles, and high class tailoring., Best

only 8,000"000 are Magyars. Both 1200. Good drivers, single or double.C. --- -
Austria and Hungary are ruled by a E. Enlow, Winter Park, Fla. in the
place city to buy clothing.
minority nationalities of the people.enumerated Of the various 9-18-tf Wojo Wood WoodExcellent

only FOR SALE-A No. 1 saddle mare,
the Italians and Roumanians, who together or buggy horse. Address, care Core Pine Wood Sup
number 4,000,000, are non- Wright's, Box 567. 9-2-tf

Slavonic, while 30,000,000 are Slavs. FOR SALE-One- Underwood typewriter -- plied in any quantity W.SLEMONS

These are held down by the ruling i in good condition; one Bur-
Germans in Austria and by the Mag- I rough's adding machine, used only i
in Hungary. It is difficult for two months, and one Reading stand-I SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE
yars
ard motorcycle, in good shape. Bargains -
the Slavs to combine because they on quick sale. Call or address, STRANDS OR MORE ._ .ifliMMMIMIMIMMIIIIMIIMIillllMOHMiHiIllllllllllll -. '
speak different languages and because J. C. Sigler, Winter Park, Fla. n 11111111'1111111111111111111

the government does its utmost to 10-9-tf

Austria prevent their was combining. throughout Formerly For Sale-Silver Cluster Grape ELDREDGE BARLOW ::!!: !::::: ::::':::!:':':
supreme Fruit and Valencia late buds.
orange :
Austria-Hungary, and she suppressedthe Vigorous stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2 Telephone 375 :;;; I
Magyars. have years old.9232m .
.They conquered

x Austria their independence'and Hungary and have since become then FOR SALE-Forty H. C. McDANIEL.acres of fine South Street Tracks, near A. C. L. I eW/Jflur ,1 ;wftfrftt


A bitter enemies. hammock land; eight in grove; the 9-l-lm
Hitherto Austria-Hungary has subsisted present crop of oranges will be from
by keeping the subject nations, 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told,
ready for setting: -10 in lake,
the Slavs, Roumanians, and Italians, one and quarter miles acres from Apopka. Do You Want a Good 5O Japanese Matting
4 (Continued on page 7)) Price, 5000. Address W. H., Box
178, Orlando Fla. 9-23-tf
BUYERS AND SELLERS Home in the Country ?
I buy sell, rent, and exchange real FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts.
estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla., Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cast 9x12
over 39 years. Have handled over 9-18-tf Rugs
$20,000,000. Call and see me.
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. FOR SALE-A new safe, office and
.t store fixtures. Inquire at Berman's Our list containes some very at-
store. 10-10-6t
FOR THIS WEEK tractive propositions both in city and
Hunt the Place to Save Money FOR SALE-A good Roll Top $278ON =
Fresh from the counry Eggs, per Desk and Chair. Been used very lit- country property. And we will be
t doz., 35c.Keifer. tle. Call on W. C. Sherman Rock
i Pears for cooking and Building, opposite San Juan Hotel. pleased to submit them to you.
pickles, 50c. peck. 10-8-tl
a Apples of the best 20c. to 25c doz. To those who have property to sell SALE
Peaches of the finest, 30c. per doz. FOR SALE
t Grapes,Grapes,Grapes, 25c. basket. Second' hand Chalmers car. Wright' or to rent we invite you to call at
Bros.
Tomatoes the best Cigar Store, Orange Ave.
,
Maryland stock
8c. per Ib.Bananas. 10-11-lw our office and list your property withus.
and Tuesday
the finest 20c. doz. Monday
per FOR SALE-Good dwelling with The same courteous treatment
Florida Bananas, lOe. doz.
per modern conveniences, close in; also
Oranges, Grapefruit, and fruit of established grocery business, $600 that has marked all of our business
all kinds. Visit the little store and be worth of stock; good trade easy
convinced, as quality and prices will terms. Address I*, care Sentinel. dealings will be extended to you.
make you call again. 10-10-4t

THE 10-7-tf ORLANDO 109 W. Church SPECIALTY Street CO. MISCELLANEOUS Cooper '& Atha Kincaid & SnowdenLow


WANTED-Salesman and Col-
Ave Ground Floor
114 South Orange ,
Don't wait for every one in town to lector, apply to Singer Sewing Ma-
have Entrican. the painter, before chine Co., Orlando Fla. 10-14-tf Phone No. 3115TOURIST House.
you try. Am too busy to look you Priced Furniture
up. Phone 636, and I will be on the TWO MULE TEAMS for sale; large; I
,Job. 1-20-tf seven years old and in excellent
condition. Box 272. 10-13-3t TRAINS5FROM 1 Cor Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida

Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's WANTED-Chambermaid. I wanta
Coal Yard, 566. good, neat, clean, experienced !!!.t!!!tt!.! MMI IlillltllMijIMMi IMiMMjli | I J 4. !
phone 9-31-tf 1M 111'I.- '-t".tW !.! .....,. 1 SIp .............!..
chambermaid. One who is willing to NORTH AND WEST ..rrrr. --- -.ot"- -- - - -
work and knows how and what to -- --
First class Brazing specialty at do in her line of work. Only colored "DIXIE FLYER" A. B. MOOREPlain
Warman's Repair Shop o' Court St. help wanted. Must ghe good refer- "DIXIE LIMITED" Dudley Matthews
12- -tf. ences. Write stating what experience "SEMINOLE LIMITED" .
yon have had, where you worked last "MONTGOMERY ROUTE""SOUTH and Decorative Parting
If want fixed in and how long you were there and
bicycle
you your what ATLANTIC LIMITED" ARCHITECTURAL AND GENERAL
W.
wages you expect.-Address Paperhanging and
a hurry take it to Warman's Repair C. Temple, Alabama Grove, Winter Pullman Ca/s from Chicago St. DRAFTING. Kalsominin/
Shop. 12-5-tf. Park 10-6-1w Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville and intermediate DR. L H. RAMSDELu First-class work good material and
points to Jacksonville,Fla. Blue Printing and Map Work. Pat- OPTOMETRISTSaeeeseor reasonable prices. No J b too large t
WANTED FRESH COW giving ten show cards, and small
ent office drawing or too Drop
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKINGAt DINING CARS Latin) me a postal, and ,
to fourteen Write ( to Dr. O. P.
quarts a day. or general commercial art. Perspective we will talk it over.
208 East Robinson avenue. Misses call at Ward's store, Winter Park. Via In color or flat washes. ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE
Berke formerly with Miss Hovermale. 10-10-lw ATLANTIC COAST LINE
10-3-lm Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. ROOM izYowc11Duckworth FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES A. B. MOORE.P. :

WANTED TO EXCHANGE a large G. KIRKLAND, D.P.A. Building
T. F. HOURIHAN Licensed Plumber. Shetland pony for a larger horse. Hfllsboro Hotel Tampa, Fla. AND DO ALL KINDS OF -. O. Box 824, Orlando
Conscientious work at fair prices. Reel's Steam Laundry, 814 N. Orange A. W. FRITOT, D.P.A. PHONE 54Z ""
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf avenue, or phone 654. 9-29-tf 138 West Bay St, Jacksonville, Fla. 9-lo>dawtf OTICAL REPAIRING 10-9-lia '



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(Continued from page six) TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD *
in awe, and by keeping them divided AND DEALERS IN .
themselves. With the break-
against All Varieties of Citrus TreesR.
Leading
down of the Austrian army the terrorof COOK WITH GAS
the Austrian name will be gone. "
T. PEEL, Proprietor.
Revolt may spread not only among
the Slavonic provinces but also among Local Salesman
the Slavonic regiments. The artifi- Glen St. :Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATEBox

break cial fabric down.of the state threatens to 9-24-tf 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida. 1. Convenience 6. Speed

The economic position of Austria- 7.
Hungary is a most unsatisfactoryone. 41 i 11111 M 111 H 11111 0 I C 111111 111'I'I'I'I"'IIIIIIII' 2. Comfort Efficiency

The people are poor and back- 8. Safety
ward, because the government is hostile 3. Cleanliness
to enlightenment and to educa-
9. Perfect RegulationImp
tion. An enlightened people might THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S 4. S. lici.ty.
become dangerous. In the Slavonic of Heat
provinces half, and more than half, .
of the people are unable to read and ; TRANSFERDr. 5. Accessibility 10. Economy
write. Naturally an uneducated na- :
tion does not take kindly to trade and B. D. WIENANGA, Prop. J ti
industry. The foreign trade of Aus- .
tria-Hungary is considerably smaller 5. SPEED
than that of Holland or of Belgium.The Livery, Draying and HaulingWE i
people live from hand to mouth,
and as the reserves of money and Imagine being able fco sleep twenty minutes longer in the morning or stay
food are extremely small they are GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE out calling half an hour longer in the afternoon because you know you don't ,
suffering acutely. Ignorant masses have to light a fire and wait for the stove to heat up. 1

which are ruled by alien rulers hold Imagine being able to cook a whole meal without having even to think !
these rulers responsible for their suf-
AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK about the fire.Imagine .
ferings. The retreating soldiers will, ,
wherever they go, find themselves : being able to go off and leave things cooking with no fear of themboiling i

among dissatisfied and desperate pea Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited over because you know the "fire will stay just as you have if. !
Every of the nationalities
ple. one
enumerated in the foregoing table hasa Imagine being; able to "put out the fire" when your cooking is over by simply !
language of its own. The German HORSES FOR SALE turning a valve. 1

and Magyar stragglers in Galicia will ; ;| ; In short imagine anything that tends toward speed. in cooking and you ; ;
be in an enemy's country, because 'Phone 257. Orlando Florida ; ;| ; will find yourself thinking of "GAS." .
they can not make themselves under- j
stood, for in northern Galicia Polishis I
spoken, in southern Galicia Ruthe- '
nian, and in Bukowina Roumanian is J- I I !
the language of the people. 11- i ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. ,

The army is the principal, and III SPRAY NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALES i .
nearly the only, unifying factor of GAS DEPARTMENTnillliltMIMMIMMMIMtlMM
ii.t. ii.
Austria-Hungary. It is the only na- ; HNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY
tional institution. Austrian poets
"The of Austria . . 11111..
lies have in sung its army." A unity signal defeat of Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale Rust Mite . .. . ... . . . . . . .. . .. ... . .. .

the army will take away fear from and Red Spider that i is hit. Removes sooty mold 1..1.,1..111111111111.11..1..111111111 1111111111.1..1..11111.111111111111.1.
the subject nations, which have been and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September -
kept under by terrorism. Before longwe and October are two of the best months for
may hear of whole regiments having spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents in- ; I
and bolted
thrown down their arms -
sects from sapping trees all winter, and brings them
of Slavonic brigades having
marched over to the Russians in a out in a good healthy condition in the spring, thus i

body, of sanguinary revolutions in the insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom.
Slavonic provinces where the Aus-
trian and Magyar officials may pres- J. SCHNARR & CO., Orlando, Florida. / ..
ently be hunted like wild beasts. Be- .
fore long Austria-Hungary may be in Schnarr's Insecticide will. not injure the White Fly /11' 1f--L JVi
extremis. Fungi. 9-9 D. and W 2-M

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SHIP 600 HUDSON CARS IN ONE
WEEK i
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During the week ending September5th

built', the and Hudson shipped Motor exactly Car 600 company cars. I Th E Bola Packing L CoMpally

day This for was the an six average working of just days.100 per ,

None of the men worked overtime.
There was no rush, and no attemptat 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON
making a record. It was just the

normal regular output. ; : 11 GUARANTEED Gear Transmission Automatic \
The record for August, which was Packers and Shippers of Citrus Hbrsepower 3/-Speed Sliding ; '
over 1,700 cars, promises to be Mechanical Oil Pump, Step'Starter and 66 Refinements ; ;

smashed in September. The factory Fruits and Vegetables. '
plans to ship from 2,700 to 3,000 cars ; ; 82'75.00': : $Ii
I will operate alone under above and shall
before October 1. name ap-
This tremendous output is necessi- preciate the business of all who have and any who have & .,
I Wright Hilpert Ta: .
tated by the flood of orders which has not patronized me in the last three years. For informa- i Fla.
poured into the factory in an unceas- .
tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossingof .
ing stream since the 1915 model was
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there are thousands of unfilled ordersin building, which I am equipping with Mauld's latest ma- TREES FOR SALE LIST YOUR PROPERTY LAUNDRY '

dealers' hands. chinery and can consequently give you same service The Terra Ceia Nurseries have for I Your general I
laundry work,
while I the timeto French
which has always spoken for itself. sale the Walters (Florida Standard) with me now have dry cleaning, and pressing will be
ap- .
Try the Sentinel for next job variety of grapefruit, from one to look it over and familiarize myself preciated. Satisfaction and
your
printing. Prices reasonable. My efforts will be to sell all possible before resortingto three years old, budded on three to with the talking points. I made the ''I guaranteed. Open September service 28th.
very distribution. four years old rough lemon roots; largest number of sales last winter.. Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry, *
Workmanship the best. Call or phone and the Heart's Tardy orange, one and expect to do even better this win- for whites only.
when in need of job work. year old buds oa three years old ter. My prospects are beginnig to arrive 9-25-tf
W. A. DADE .Gen. Manager.. rough lemon roots. All in first class and it might cause you to losea
We insure your life and loan you condition. sale by putting it off. Call todayat Up to date painting papering, ete:.,
real estate TERRA CEIA NURSERIES my new offices in the Watkins is the kind want-
money on at 6 per cent. 9-18-2 m.a..a.aalllt'IIII'II..alt..al'i'llil you Where to get
interest. Guarantee Life k Loan Co., Terra Ceia Florida. building and list your property. it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T.
Curry Bolding, Tampa, Fla. J. C. Rowell Manager. WALTER W. ROSE. j
t-25-dAwtf ..I'&I.'.\ Correspondence solicited. Real Estate Phone :553.> Entrican. 1-20-tf
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ABOUT
SCHOOLS

(Continued from page 1)
proving their school buildings and
equipment, in supplementing salariesof
: teachers and in extending length
of term.
During the past two years patent
desks have been placed in eight school >:'>':.:,':. '.-
houses that did not previously have
them and others have been ordered,
so that there is not a white school
building in the county now that will -. ., ..' ,,
.
with modern desks. .: '- ;
not be equipped : ": t
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For'ljTo-day--- ,
Taft and Orlando special tax districts : ,. ..
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have issued bonds since the new -. ,
Tomorrow and every other day, you'll : find bonding law was enacted; Taft for -. t r

the ,State Bank $4,000 and Orlando for $50,000. At
*- a check account with mighty DO YOU UNDERSTANDHow
Taft a splendid two-story frame
in an accurate record of
handy keeping your
building has been completed that will
money affairs. furnish ample accommodations for : you can personally be bone fit-

Take note-how many business men the Orlando school for has many erected years.a handsomeand ted by the advantages accruing to

pay you in cash? Very lew-for businessmen commodious brick building for the commmunity by

cannot take chances by carrying money the use of the grammar school at a

about. The safe way is the business-like cost building of about, which$40,000.it was thought This spacious would The Federal Reserve Act ?

way-our bank checks. add sufficient room to take care of
.. .
: Try paying with checks. the increasing school population for Call, telephone or write and we will
several years, is now filled with pu-
pils and teachers. ':: .: mail our booklet--just out---which
The State Bank of OrlandoIIH Four other small school houses
.
: explains this act fully and clearly.
t
have been built and equipped duringthe i :
period covered by this report.
j The standard of the teaching forceis
being gradually raised. The peo- ;-r "., "..: .:-'
ple are more and more appreciatingthe : ?
worth of trained teachers, and :'-,:... ,:.' .' ..;:, .-,. .< ," -.' ,''-
,. ., .
every school is crying, "Send us a -' "
------- ---- good teacher." Lj- t V .,
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SAYS SINKING OF I II The best talent in our own countyis
PETROGRAD
F GERMANS PREPARE TO ATTACK
ANOTHER "IMPREGNABLE"FORT !I PALLADA WAS 500 MILES utilized, and to supplement'this ."
trained and experienced teachers from .
FROM GERMANY other counties of this state and :from '. ., ., .. .' . ': : : : :
'
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.: ;: :
London Oct. 14.-A dispatch to the London, Oct. 14.-Regarding the other states are engaged.We ; :J .... .. D..
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have had diffi- D. 1; G v l Tf O.
not great
of the Russian armored cruiser any : :"
Central News from Copenhagen says: sinking supplying our white schools : i q'. .c......;. "' : :
"According to a Berlin dispatch the i Pallada by German submarines in culty in '.::. -'- '. ,: .- '"......- -, ;,' ': ."'
but :
I the Baltic, the Morning Post's Petro- with teachers, so many negro applicants .
Germans are preparing to lay siege have failed in examinationsfor :
l grad correspondent says: ... .
upon Belfort with as large a forceas I "I hear that the German submarine teachers' certificates that the sup- ::3/-:' ,.;:- :" '. '.- ': ...'. ''. :. .':. .- ;:, /.::,,%:,\: : ., 1
possible. I attack on Russian cruisers on two ply of negro teachers is not sufficientfor -
"Almost the entire civil populationhas
the demand. No teachers' insti-
!successive days and the sinking of the
left the city. Pallada on the second day occurred tutes have been held in this county as shown in Annual Report of the :ties and better service and better re- NANCY AMONG THE INJURED

quite 500 or 600 miles from any Ger- during the past two years but manyof County Superintendent, amounted to sults. FROM AERIAL BOMBS
H. Kanner's great sale continues teachers have attended state
our
man p<5rt. The inference follows that $118,286.83. Deducting cash on hand The current term has opened withan
until November 1st. 11-tf either the Germans have succeededin and other summer schools.
June 30, 1914 it is seen that Orange increased enrollment and with increased Nancy, France, via Paris, Oct. 14.
establishing some base for this species } The county the past year paid $34- Three bombs from German aero-
salaries of white teachers and county spent during the past school interest, and the outlook for
If you want to learn to sew, join of warfare in the Baltic at a spot 115 for planes fell yesterday in the railway
the dressmaking class taught by Miss unknown, or else Germany has contrived $5,612 for negro teachers. year the sum of $73,762.44 for all the school year upon which we have station near the bridge of the Due deMon
Echola. Pupils make their own clothes to misuse neutral territory. I| About $2,700 was spent for trans- purposes in the educational work of entered is encouraging. Desert in the southwestern part
under the supervision of Miss Ech- I I I "None of those aboard was saved !'portation of pupils to various schools. the county. Thanking you for your interest in of the city. They struck a first class
ola she being responsible for the fit I I but six members of the crew were left This feature of the work is still un- The work has its discouraging fea- our work, and your helpful sugges- passenger coach, cut the telegraph
and style of garments. Tapestries: behind ashore. The total loss is about I satisfactory to our board, but we have tures and there are many obstaclesto tions from time to time, this report is wires and injured three persons.
oil, water colors, and china painting 450 men and twenty-nine officers." not yet been able to abandon it. be overcome many errors to be respectfully submitted.J. .
taught by Miss Echols. Studio in The total receipts from all sources corrected and improvements to be I F. MeKINNON,
Watkins building. Hours from 8:30 H. Kanner's great sale continues!I including cash brought forward, for made, but we believe each year marks I County Superintendent of Public II. Kanner's great sale continues
*o 5. Call and see her work. 11-6t until November 1st. 11-tf the school year ending June 30, 1914, some progress towards better facili-1 Instruction. until November 1st. 11-tf
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