<%BANNER%>

UCF CFM UFPKY NEH LSTA



The morning sentinel
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00163
 Material Information
Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: October 17, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00163
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

Full Text
w: : : ; :: : '! :If.L I '11"trL, tiff,r '.ft ij' r A J,.. JllliLk ." .,;;. -.J Ji. :.,, _l .,.: -' .T-"'

'. ...

.
.




; THE MORNING SENTINEL





1LUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1914. NUMBER 213. j

'}



. OSTEND NOW OCCUPIED BY GERMANSOCCUPATION 1







ANNOUNCED OFFICIAL OF BOTH INFORMATION AT BERLIN OSTEND, BUT AND TO THAT LONDON BRUGES: EFFECT OFFICIALLY HAS NO SENATE( T( "HAS CONFIRMED( W.,' C. M'lAN( POSTMASTR( '::1



.- .
-

400,000 German Reinforcements Are AMERICAN FORCES AT OFFICIALLY NOTIFIED BY

BANKRUPTCY STARVATION ANDBUSINESS FIRST ASSISTANT POSTMASTER -

Hastening Toward France VERACRUZTHREATENEDMOUNTED GENERAL



Desperate Fighting Reported Along Three Hundred Mile Battle DISTURBANCES SEEN GUNS TRAINEDON FIGHT AGAINST HIM HAS FAILEDWill j

the Allied Forces Gen- jJ
Line in Belgium and France, With I
OUTPOSTS OF U. S. -
erally Holding Their Own or Making Gains- TROOPS Take Up New Duties as
HAYKE'SUNK BY HENRY IF CONGRESS
1 ;I- Losses Have Been Heavy on Both Sides BRITISH CRUISER
r _- FAILS TO COME TO RE- Reported That General Aguilar Soon as Bond Is Preparedand

engagements, with terrific LIEF COTTON STATES Has Boasted He Will Break- Commission Is i
Paris, Oct. 16Special.Furious) WITH 450 MEN .I I '

carnage, are reported today from two extremes of the 300 mile fast in Vera Cruz Sun- Received ,-i ;t!

battle front sweeping in a jagged arc from Moselle through WAS TORPEDOED BY GERMAN -Will FORCE C CONTINUED SESSIONIf day MorningVera Good morning, Postmaster McLean. J

France to the Belgian north sea coast. Everywhere the Franco- 1
That's the to addressMr.
IN
SUBMARINE Cruz, Mex., Oct. 16.-Evident proper way 1
British'line held and at some points a notable advantage has been William Charles McLean when
THE NORTH SEA I Relief Is Not Forthcomingand preparations by a small detachmentof
gained. Blocks Adjournment- men under General Aguilar for an he sticks his smiling countenance ,

Laventie, west of Lille, has been added to the French line of Only Fifty of the Five Hundred I attack last night on the American out- through the windows in the postoffice 4

offensive positions in the battle of Lys as a result of a stubbornly Men on Board Have Been McAdoo Says Govern- post around Vera Cruz, have resultedin this morning, and congratulationswill

contested and courageously fought engagement in which losseson Accounted for-Another ment Anxious to Aid the strengthening of the American be in order.
lines. :Mr. :McLean received notice from
both sides were heavy. Cruiser Escaped First Assistant Postmaster General
Washington, Oct. 16.-Special.-( ) Some 200 :Mexicans are in a posit-
Elsewhere on the left wing numerous engagements have been Representative Henry, of Texas, who ion about half a mile from the American Daniel C Roper last night that his
line which has been extended until the allies' London, Oct. 16.-The British crui- I appointment as postmaster at Orlando -
fought along a new has been leading the fight in the 1 outposts and they have two
section reaches from to the ser Hawke has been torpedoed and I mounted trained on the American had been confirmed and a blank
battle front in this Ypres sea. house for cotton relief legislation, guns
sunk in the North sea by a German bond was sent him to be executed.The .
To the east, incessant assaults upon the German left wing threw down the gage of battle fairlyto soldiers. Their warlike activityis
submarine. Out of a crew of 400 men
bond will be prepared and returned -
attributed in Vera Cruz to overindulgence
brought the French right almost to within cannon range of the fifty-two were saved. The news has congress today when he announced to Washington at once, and
in liquor, but their boasts
that the tax bill not i
outer works of Metz. 'One report says the French are twelve been officially confirmed.The pass the war house and congress can can finally not I i that they were about to inaugurate Mr.: McLean will probably succeed

miles from the forts. admiralty gave out this an- adjourn without the presence of a l an attack that ultimately would drive Postmaster W. R. O'Neal on Novem-

While the allies have been pounding away at General Von Klukon nouncement: quorum unless something is done to I I the Americans out of this port are ber 1st.
"His majesty's ship Theseus, Capt. :Mr. :McLean's
the left and have been heavily engaged in hurling their arrow take care of the cotton and tobacco I I taken more or less seriously on account appointment was
Hugh Edwards, was attacked by a of persistency of that sent to the senate the latter part of
reports
barricade in front of the German intent situation.As I I
shaped Antwerp army, submarine in the northern waters of June, after Representative L'Engle
Aguilar will not be able to restrain
most of the members of the
upon sweeping along the Belgian coast, the allies' center and right the North sea yesterday afternoonbut house himself much longer and that the im- had recommended his appointment to
anticipating early adjourn-
have been occupied with a desperate effort to cut the German line was missed. His majesty's ship patience of his men to enter Vera the postmaster general. A hard fight
have their homes it will
ment, to
gone
to the east with every prospect of success. Today the Germans Hawke, Capt. H. P. E. T. Williams, be necessary to call back a quorumif Cruz is rendering his control over was made in the itnerest of other applicants -

essayed another attempt to cut through the French line north- was attacked about the same time Representative Henry lives up to them doubtful. to prevent his confirmationby
sunk. The officers,
and was following the senate, but such charges as
entire force is estimated
west of Verdun in the vicinity of Malancourt, but the attack was with forty-nine men of the crew, have his threat. Aguilar's '
were made could not be substantiated,
between 4,000 and 6,000 men with
fruitless and driven off while the French retained their On the senate side the ways have
they been landed Aberdeen from
were at a Mr. :McLean having too clean a record -
several pieces of artillery. It is reported -
been for
advantageous position.NO trawler: Boatswain Sydney Austin, greased an early adjourn- i in Vera Cruz that Aguilar has as a citizen, a postal employe,
I i An reached today
!ment. agreement was -
James Dennis and Acting I I
Gunner ,
and a Democrat for anything detri-
made a that he will take
wager
the bill with
to vote on war tax I II
OFFICIAL CONIRMATION OF FALL OF OSTEND AT Gunner Harry Evitt. The remaining I the cotton amendment of Senator i breakfast in this city next Sunday. mental to his character, integrity, ef-

LONDON officers and men are missing. Smith before tomorrow..1Mlesf | John R. Silliman, sent to :Mexico by ficiency and political purity to be un-
"Further particulars will be pub- I j midnight I
.... [President Wilson to do what he could earthed.Mr. .
London, Oct. 16.-(Special.) The occupation of Ostend by the lished as soon aS available ;;! RepresentativeHenry up.;| to-restore harmony among the factions : :McLean has been connected
sets the plans of the leaders the war
Germans appears to be a fact, although no official confirmation is "The" Hawke was a cruiser built in !' tax bill will go to conference Monday will leave here tomorrow for with the Orlando postoffice as clerk

obtainable. The publication of a report, transmitted by mail 1889. i|and congress should be able to adjourn :Mexico City to make an effort to ob- for the past twelve years and was a
The Hawke is the British cruiser
few months to
from Ostend correspondent stating German !1 about of week. tain guarantees regarding the cus- ago promoted acting
an that a cavalry which collided with the White Star Wednesday next
assistant Postmaster
postmaster by
patrol had occupied Ostend a few hours on Tuesday, was permitted Line steamer Olympic September 20, ::1 Mr. Henry declared in the house this toms funds collections now at the and customs the disposal house. He of O'Neal, as an expression of his appre-

by the war office today. The official press bureau passed 1911, near Osborne bay, on the north I afternoon that unless the governmentcomes will treat with whatever authority he ciation of efficient service. He has
the of the
in
to rescue South
"without comment" a Central News dispatch from Amsterdam side of the Isle of Wight. She received finds in the capital.An been a resident of Orlando for about
I some way, in less than sixty days
which reported that fugitives arriving there from Ostend de- serious damage. business conditions in the South will optimistic view of Mexico's immediate fifteen years, coming to Florida from
I future is taken :Mr. Silli- his native state, Kentucky, in 1885,
clared that the Germans now occupy the coast city. 1 Ibe worse than they have been since by
HEAVY REINFORCEMENTS SENTTO man, who expressed belief that revo- and residing in Jacksonville a few
the civil war, and that there will be
GERMAN WEST FRONT I lutionary conditions would disappearas years before coming to this city.
(widespread bankruptcy, starvation,
TWENTY-ONE MORE SAVED FROM BRITISH CRUISER
During his twelve service
1 and business disturbances in soon as the convention of leaders years
TORPEDOED BY GERMAN SUBMARINE London, Oct. 116.-"Important Ger- branches of industry. many reached an agreement concerning, the in the local postoffice Mr. McLean

London, Oct. 16.-Special.-Lieutenant( ) Commander Rosaman man reinforcements, especially artil- I I form of government to be adoptedand I has made many friends, whose loyaltyand
lery, have been sent to the west 1 the personnel. willing assistance have resultedin
and twenty men have been saved from a raft on which they had front," cables the correspondent of!| McAdoo Willing to Aid his promotion to the postmaster-

taken refuge after the torpedoing of the British cruiser Hawke Reuter's at Copenhagen. "My informant Washington, Oct. 16.-(Special.)- I ship. Ever courteous and obliging,

yesterday afternoon, according to an announcement tonight by who has just returned here, '''Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo SEVERE FIGHTING NEAR,' fully competent and thoroughly fa-
made it clear in a statement today, miliar with all postoffice duties, efficient -
the official press bureau of the admiralty. This brings the total met at Brendenburg twentyeighttrains
that the government will aid in the service is assured under his ad-
of reinforcements in one hour, j j
survivors so far known to seventy-one.
up all packed with men and horses. He i disposal of a cotton fund to relieve SWISS BORDERSHELLS I ministration.
i the Southern States. The I
estimates the number of troops to be secretary
400,000 GERMAN REINFORCEMENTS BEING said the that the federal
RUSHED TO between 300,000 and 400,000." I report reserve YOWELL-DUCKWORTH COMPANY
board had doubt FELL IN SWISS VILLAGE -
expressed as
FRANCE I BUYS A BALE OF COTTON
to its power to help administer the DURING ARTIL-
London, Oct. 16.-(Special.)-A dispatch received from Copen- WILLIAM OF WIED JOINS GERMAN -!I proposed hundred and fifty million LERY DUEL I I The Yowell-Duckworth- company

hagen today says 400,000 German troops, with much artillery and ARMY dollars cotton fund if it were raised, have bought their bale of cotton.

many horses, is being rushed across Germany in twenty-eight I was incorrect, and he said the board Germans Lost Between Six and Have you bought yours? Their bale

trains to reinforce the German line in France. This body of fresh Paris, Oct. 16.-A dispatch from I and himself were doing everything Eight Hundred Men and the arrived yesterday afternoon and will

Germans has been reported passing through Brandenburg en Rome says Prince William of Wied, t possible to raise the fund and will French Losses Are 1 be placed on display in front of the
route. former ruler of Albania, has joined i lend every possible assistance in itsI big store today. This is the first evi-

the German army and is on his way I administration if the effort to secure Unknown_ : dence of the "buy-a-bale" movement
_
I
to the French frontier. I lit is successful.
touching Orlando and doubt the
OCCUPATION OF OSTEND OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCEDAT i Geneva, Switzerland, via Paris, Oct. I I no
bale will, attract considerable atten-
16.-A violent artillery combat occurred -
BERLIN tion. It is possible that there are people -
yesterday near the Swiss fron-
Bulletin: London, Oct. .-(Special.)-A Reuter dispatch FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY tier, in the region of Ferrette, Pf et- ( living in Orlando and Orange
who have bale of
county never seen a
from Amsterdam says it has been officially announced at Berlin terhausen, Seppers and Beisel. Ten I
cotton little being raised in this
that Ostend was occupied by German shells fell into the Swiss village of very
troops Thursday and Bruges of the state, other
Largin, near Bonfal, doing material ) part crops proving
Wednesday. REDUCES RATES ON CITRUS FRUITS damage only. The German casual- much more profitable. I

ties, according to reports here, were
AEROPLANE DESTROYED PART 5,000'PRISONERS AND MUCH between 600 and 800. Those of the TWO CAR LOADS OF ORANGE

OF BATTERIES OF THE I BOOTY WAS TAKEN AT SHIPPED IN FIELD CRATES where there are regularly established French are not known. COUNTY CATTLE GOING TO

TSINGTAU FORTS ANTWERP packing houses, which arrangementhas The Red Cross society has the JACKSONVILLE
I NOT OVER 50 MILES TO been in vogue on the A. C. L. andS. names of 40,000 prisoners of belligerent *

Tokio, Japan, Oct. 16.-An official I Washington, Oct. 16.-The German I II PACKING HOUSE A. railways for years. countries and will notify their Mr. J. H. Tucker will ship two carloads j.

announcement says Japanese and embassy today received the following I Heretofore the Florida East Coast families. of Orange county cattle to the 3 E

British warships bombarded Iltis and I official report from Berlin: I railway has charged class C rates, according The Swiss government has officially Jacksonville market today. They swill

Huichuan forts at Tsingtau October "Official headquarters reports that MEAN BIG SAVING TO SHIPPERS S I to Florida state classification, declared that Russia, Austria and t I be shipped from Sanford because

12th and that an aeroplane destroyedpart near Antwerp between 4,000 and 5,000 :.I ranging from eight to ten cents per Servia are contaminated with cholera there are no railroad scales

of the batteries of the forts. prisoners-were taken, that among the box for distances up to fifty miles, and that the Swiss government is here for weighing them, but this will '

One British seaman was killed and war booty are 500 cannon, 4,000 tons I Reduction Secured Through the while the new rates have been madea taking the necessary precautions to be remedied shortly and the next i

two seamen injured. of grain and plenty of wool, metal Efforts of Traffic Department a basis of three (3) cents per box prevent the disease reaching this shipment will be made from this city.

and cattle. The harbor works are un Florida Growers'and from any point within a radius of country. Mr. Tucker, when asked why he failed ,'

EXPECT TO HAVE CANAL CLEAR damaged. t'fifty miles of the packing point, plus to sell to Armour & Company, said

FOR TRAFFIC IN WEEK "The French attacks near Albert Shippers' League the difference in the rate to Jackson- WESTON FOUND GUILTY OF that he preferred to ship to a Florida .

have been repulsed. :;. ville between packing point and actual WIFE MURDER AT LONDON; market, the price being equal, and *

Washington, Oct. 16.-COlonel Goe- "The Russian advance in east Prus- Announcement is made by the Flor- I point of origin of the fruit; As an IS INSANE that he had found the Jacksonville

thals cabled the war department today sia has failed. The Russian attack ida Growers' and Shippers' League,. lustration: Fruit, in field boxes, may market as good as anything that ArA

that traffic through the Panama with eight army corps from Warsawand i which has its headquarters in this be shipped from Cocoa to New Smyrna London, Oct. 16. Charles Henry mour & Company offered.
canal, blocked by a landslide Ivangorod have been repulsed." na, for packing and reshipping, at of
into Cu- I city, of the establishment by the Flor- Weston, formerly Salem, Mass.,
lebra cut Tuesday night, would be re- :ida East Coast railway, effective Oc-.I rate of six (6) cents per box. The today was found guilty of the murderof The Baptist congregation at Miamiis

sumed in about a week unless there Office box letter files, 25 cents. Office I tober 11th, of reduced rates all along rate from Cocoa to Jacksonville is his wife and at the same time de- making arrangements for the erec-

were further earth moVements. The supplies of all kinds. Prices the :its line for the purpose of concentrating !21 cents, and from New Smyrna to clared insane and committed to an tion of a new church building at an X

canal is blocked for about 1,000 feet. lowest. Curtis & O'Neal. and packing citrus fruits at points (Continued on page 4)) asylum. early date.





,. '
-
'
....,' ; o--
J -, -.t.. -.2, ",' ,<.-=" .. lflultH Ilfi r ll- = :r_.ill :..t 1JIa* II-:_. __, :.r-. "r P-



'<-<'''7 : -; ;t;,.' .'i:.:' '--f>:";-__ <...{..,: > 1!. _,.;'.f<::: r"' _);," ;"':Z' t-J P 'i-:: i"",0'ii _' k. 1 JrT. -r' = ] "."> '1!'" >IIIIpIII! >>-. -, ............. -"---, I IJ Ij
II F j
f., I
Sii


ii VI r- E COILS TO ENTANGLE SHELLS. -CHEAP Conscientious F.HOURIHAN Licensed Plumber.f Eat all you want.
work at fair prices. < Eat what you want.
Y?yYft .tt; Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf Take a postscript and forget it. I
i For sale by all druggists. I
5. > WITH PAINT MEANSThe Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel l-7-d&w-lyr: I

_.. + I paint which covers the largest I I3Wpyur"
;;
surface-Gives the longest service ', $ B I

-Lasts and looks well.
"" Our Business is to Make Your Work

THAT'SHarrisons' EasierBy


supplying you with all kinds and stylesof

Town & Country Files and Filing Cases Ink and Ink. Stands,
Pens and Pen Holders, Pencils and Pencil

A The result of over a Hundred Sharpeners, Rulers and Ruling Pens, TypeWriters

U Years Experience. 1} and Type Writers Supplies and all
the material needed around the house or office -
A Get our free book "Cause & Effect." 1 desk.

Photo copyright'1914. by American Press Association.The ((J It tells you many things you ought to know. fJ. Call us up whether you wish a 5c pencilor
Germans took thousands.colls of wire with them from HamburgInto
SOLD BY' a $50.00 Filing Case.
France and used them as protection against.artillery tire. The coils wen :
placed in front of trenches to smother shells that. f'-'lIln tbem.t .

Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. \Y., S. BRANCH,
t "AND THE CAT CAME BACK" had seen a stray black and white cat ,
wandering about the station, and it For the last Twenty-five Years. The Arcade Book and Music Store
Verily truth is.stranger than fic- is supposed' that it was the Docto'r.A .
tion. Doctor Shelby, the well known Pullman conductor'tells of findinga
.; habitue of McElroy's drug store, has black and white cat on his car,
returned and resumed his wonted when a short distance from Jacksonville -
place on the show case. To those and that he put the cat off at
who are unfamiliar with this popular Palatka. Upon arriving at Sanfordhe $8 Charleston and Return $8
figure it must be stated that Doctor was amazed to find the same cat .
Shelby is a cat, a black and white again on his train. Again the cat
specimen of the feline race. was put off, but when Orlando was i VIA"Clyde
Years ago he took up his abode reached he spied a black and white c-c
there and has always been an object streak leap from the train at, the _
admiration and attention from the grade crossing, consequently Doctor Line"First
customers of this well known estab- Shelby' is again back at his old standon BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
lishment. Two months ago the Doc- the show case to the satisfactionof LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS .
tor suddenly took "French leave" or the customers and employes. -
was stolen while wandering about Effective from August 1, 1914 to August Class, Meals and Berth IncludedThis
and guaranteed against any reduc-
town, as was his occasional custom, FRANCIS JOSEPH SENDS: NOTE 1,1915
I in search of food. At any rate the TO ITALY'S KING CONCERNINK tion during that time:
place that once knew him knew him ISTRIA : Touring Car $555.00 special rate good on any of the Company's '
no more. Doctor Shelby was mournedas steamers August 22nd to October 17th
: dead by the disconsolate proprie- Rome, Italy, via Paris, Oct. 15.- i Runabout 505.00F. inclusive.
tors. The wiseacres, however, declared The Messagero today published a report O. B. Orlando. All can folly equipped.
- that the cat has nine lives, from Vienna that the appoint-
Farther we will be able to obtain the maximum efficiency Return Limit 10
that they always come back, and that ment of General Zupelli as Italian .in our factory p..dactiand the minimum coat in our. Days
minister of is purchasing and aale department if we reach an entjnt f
with the opening of the tourist season war causing apprehension -
i- I the Doctor would return from his in the Austrian capital, the fear And 300.101 should can we between reach the this above production date, we agree to pay a. Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville {[every
vacation. being entertained that he will favor the buyer'hare from $49 to SSI per car (on_or about Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.tj
This prophecy has been fulfilled the joining of the province of Istriato Aur 1.Ul$) to every retail buyer who parch a.newFord
ear between August 1. 1111 and Aoiutt 1. 1S1*
and the Doctor is back once more in Italy. It is rumored* that a special For farther particular regarding titHe low pncea and profit-
his accustomed place.' Somewhat ret- court courier has left Vienna for plan see
sharing For reservations and further particulars apply to
icent, himself, as to his wanderings, Rome with an autograph letter from F. G. RUSH, -
circumstantial evidence indicates that Emperor Francis Joseph on the sub-
H. G. WENZEL Fla. Pass.
Agent
be was taken to Tampa, and in his ject. Phone 226 ,
attempt to reach Orlando he was
taken to Jacksonville on the train. The Sentinel want ad. way will get 122 \V. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.IBIMIIMIIIIIMflMIIIIIB8IIIIIIIIIIIMM .
Train men at that place said they I you results.

.
................. >ff MMIIMMItlMMIIttltMIIIMMiBlllllllilillMHMIMIMMMMIIItMIMI .. .. .....,... .
I' "



The PI oridI'R' Estate and


3 .



1 : Investment Company i .



Is Incorporated in the State of Florida, therefore under State control, for




t. $25,000, fully paid up. Surplus, $25,000Total



Responsibility 5000000. No LiabilitiesSolicits


the listing of your property as your exclusive agent only. We situated ourselves to give service which

surpasses any service rendered so far by any real "real estate firm" in our State. We shall explain our servicein

person if you call at our office any morning from 9 to 12, and out-of-town patrons by mail, and will leavejit

to your judgment whether or not your interest is in responsible hands if entrusted to us. .

Our Company will also advance liberal amounts of the purchase price if so desired by the purchaser, to

show our good faith in any of our propositions.


WE ALSO BUY ANY PROPOSITION WITH COMMERCIAL VALUE

J
; This Company will also furnish Bank guarantee to our patrons whenever requested. $250,000.00 worth 7 of

property we already have listed as exclusive agents and our arrangements completed to give attention toj any

additional amount of propositions, if listed with us. .

We respectfully invite you to call and acquaint yourself with our methods of doing real, "real estate bus-

iness," which are based on the most progressive and honorable principles.



HENRY BENEDICT, President



: .. / Of The Florida Real Estate and Investment Co.

.
OVER PEOPLES:NATIONAL BANK


Incorporated ,OOO.00paidup Ortando Flort-da. Total Responsibility{ :
Surplus 25,000.00 $50,000.00 :

.
:.F a:==I mMliltltli IMIIMIIHIMMMMIIIMIIHHIMHIIHii>::: \ \\\\ \\ \\\\\\ \\\\\\\ \\ \\ \\ \ 11 HIMMMMiMilMIMf I J 111 IiTI MI iIMIi MIIMMIIMIMMIIIMHMMIMM 111 lit B i 111 M111I i 11 i I i M MM+ 4 iffl***}fr>i\5>> _

"

.t sy4 c "fn +Zr< ... .. .
2. tS L'i s--Yf +s ---mr. .-- -- '"-. "'..,;o-:::>. .. """
l- ; =:.
-< ------



-_.
v )'fiJJt'-;- t.: "klj.Jf L L,tr: 'JJ j'mK.nr"r., !JJ1U J )_-' J L 7__ ...-. .._"' --y-y..... .,...- .i' \,, _

.,- -


f




duced as an article of, diet for sol-, doubtful water), 40 tons of chlorideof II
KAISER WILHELM AND GEN. VON MOLTKE '
diers ,in active service in the Egyp- lime, 12,000 pounds of carbolic
acid powder, 20,000 gallons og hal,
tian campaign of 1884. As it was
and some 80,000 pounds weight of GRAND
found to have excellent results (chief-
candles. The food supply for the
ly on account of its anti-scorbutic
horses and mules is also on a gener-
x properties) and also' to be extremely ous scale, thousands of tons of hay,
appreciated by the men, it has re- oats, and bran being always kept at ;
mained a "field ration" ever since. It the base in readiness for instant dis- TODAY

is generally eaten with biscuit, as patch to the front.
bread is but rarely obtainable in the

actual theater of war. Get the news first in the SentineLTheCathedralSchool
"Drinkables" occupy almost as "

large a place as to "eatables" in the "THE INCOMPETENTJ".A
reserve food supply of an army corps
when on active service. After the I
800,000 pounds of coffee and 400,000
pounds of tea, already referred to, Lubin special feature complete in
the principal totals maintained are ORLANDO. FLORIDA two A
splendid
parts. picture.
40,000 gallons of rum, 64,000 bottlesof (Formerly knswa as PdUdark Scho)

port, and 24,000 bottles of whisky. REOPENS OCTOBERA
V There was also a very large quantityof
Boarding and Day School f.r Girls-
lime juice kept in,reserve for the Regular and Special O.r--Primary. '
benefit of the sick and wounded. Intermediate and Academic Grades Culture- 'J
Among the "miscellaneous stores" Domestic Musle-Art-Eloeation-Physical Science Admirable Situation Tb Sllbstitute Heir
and Surronndinr*--Climate Healthful-
I1IiT which the commander of an army ea..,.l H.m. Life-Capable Teachers
Low Rates.HeY. ,
corps looks to his commissariat department -
r to furnish when called upon Roderick P. Cobb Bishop Mann.Rector. "
are 160 tons of alum (for purifying? President. A Selig picture that is sure to please.


.
***



's,9,Y :-' e y yiYS.4Y n < A jj Orlando Paint and Wall Paper Co. j "LITTLE SHERIFF,'J 1



AGENTS FOR High Grade Paints, Oils. Varnishes 'A Vitagraph production. NONE SO 1

Kalsomlne, Wall Pa- GOOD.
: Pall on's Sun Proof Paper, Wall Board Roof- 1

: s. Paints ing Brushes, Etc. ;

i sOLD AT THE THE SUN SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Orange Ave. You simply must hear J

ORLANDO, FLORIDA

"THAT ORCHESTRA"It's 1
Pboto by American Press Association.
The fc:>!-...i*is here snapped as be tx rfoetvine H report of an orderly Special 'Wall Paper 3000 Rolls, at 5c.

--- "ilflillllMlillMlllllilMIMMMMMIBIMIIIIIIIIMHammond simply great. ]
FRENCH SOLDIERS FRESH FROM later I got back to my quarters, and
BATI EInternational of wounded."
The breast plate, to which he clungso .

( News Service.) eagerly, had a deep dent on the r TUESDAY"PAULINE

Beauvai, Oct. 15.-One can not left side. Had it not been for that Si

travel anywhere west of the great the shrapnel would have entered his &Qore "
heart. "That is why I am keepingit
fighting line without coming across
," he said smilingly. "It has saved ,
at or signs of
fugitives every step
my life." FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
the battle."I She's better than ever.

was at Nanteuil," says one with FEEDING AN ARMY CORPS Ul REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
his arm in a sling. "I was still fight-
ing yesterday and the Germans were COMPARE
International News Service.
falling back. We heard that the Eng- ( )
lish had driven them across the London, Oct. 15.-The most serious
Marne. Ah, they are fine, those Eng- problem with which a general in the I OUR FURNITUREWe I 5c lOc

lish. We were on our side for forty- field can be faced is that of keepingup
eight hours under artillery fire. We the necessary food supply for the provide the quality of furniture that has long

were chafing to get at the Germans, troops under his command. An army, been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
marches its stomach. Ata standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
let Our indeed on
but our officers would not us.
time had not yet come. It was only pinch it can make shift to do with- It wouldn't here were it otherwise. We can't make WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL?

when the came within 500 out tents or transport, while, as is this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
enemy well known, successful operationshave this business, and that means much to any buyer. FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
yards that we were allowed to fire. I I
We made a dash for them after a at times been carried out in a FOR WOMEN GAINESVILLE -

few volleys and drove them back, hostile area when not a single car- I McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK, TALLAHASSEE. I _
keeping under cover. But we could tridge has been expended for weekson CoUege of Art and Sciences;Normal School:
not 'go far. The enemy's batteriesand end. Yet, though bullets may be A Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.. Orlando. Ha. School School of of Art MUSK: Extension: School Division of Expression i GraduateSchool :!!' 8 Colleges and Divisions: Liberal Aria:
machine guns were always readyto dispensed with, this is certainly not JJ : Modern Gymnasium with swimming .. Law: Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers
pool: basket ball and tennis courtsnew and College, Experiment Station; Extension Division
pour a murderous fire in our direc- the case with regard to bread-or its modern buildings: beautiful campus; dormitories ; Graduate SchooL Ten new brick build
This has always : : have all modern conveniences ; new ings besides gymnasium, swimming pool and
equivalent. at rate, #
tion. In two days we gained only a any dining room and kitchen meet hygienic in' many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers, in-
mile and a half. been the opinion of the great Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 counties : tractors and assistants. 864 :young soen
and 12 states last session. Florida counties and 24 State* and
"Stand back," the ambulance men military leaders-Napoleon, for example TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last _loa.
shout to us, and a Zouave, with his 'being reported on one occa- School. ,Bard acd entrance fees for the TUITION FREE Board and Entrance Fyear -.
1124 0 red Algerian cap and baggy trousers, sion to have had a soldier shot for 3Wj yur' .;tmne ftfbrtMARKET EDWARD CONRADL President. A. A. MWKPHREE. President.
is lifted out of a train. He is very throwing away a bag of biscuits, in
dangerously wounded, and seems order to make room for some ammu- lltlltlMMIIIIHntifTHE
hardly conscious of what is happen- nition.
ing around him. The men lift him The scale on which the commissariat THE CHASE & CO '
gently and carry him on their arms arrangements for 'a protracted
and shoulders to the motor car. An- campaign are conducted is an exceed- "

other man, only slightly wounded, ingly large one. A fact that contrib- Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH PACKING HOUSE ORLANDO[
steps out after him. "The battalionhe utes materially to this is that not
Is modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-
belongs to," says the man, "was only have rations and fodder to be
SALT MEATS date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the
the hardest hit of all. They fought issued daily to every man and horseon AND

with the bravery of lions at Ourcq. duty, but also that a considerablereserve FISH AND GAME PROPER PACKING
Out of 1,000 men only 200 were left." supply has to be maintainedat FIRST AID TO
From another car I see a young cuirassier the base of operations. In the recent Kept under tb.e best sanitary conditions.
step out with his left arm ina Boer war, for example the Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh HIGHEST PRICESwhich

sling and clutching his heavy steel amount of food thus stored was, as and pure. however, would not accomplish the end desiredby

cuirass under his right. We ask to far as possible, that equalling a four We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have the grower, if he did not also have available the ser-
relieve him of the heavy metal piece, months' consumption. When it is re- vices
in the Meat Line.
but he clings to it stubbornly.His membered that the number of troops everything ofTHE

face brightens up as he tells drawing upon it was well over 200- I CHASE & CO
us his story. He was up at the fron- 000 at a time during the greater por- The PARLOR MARKET

tier the day of the declaration of tion of the war, it will readily be seen SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
war. "That very night we received that such a supply necessarily repre- H. M. Self & Co.
which, with selling forces thoroughly organized,
orders. Three days later we were up sented a very big stock indeed. To expe-
at Liege, and since that day we were go into actual figures, it may be of PINE STREET rienced, competent and reliable.
hardly ever out of the saddle. I was I interes to learn that at the head of GIVES THE GROWER

at Namur, at Charleroi, at :Mons at the various items composing a four Phone No. 80JMMIMIMIIMMHB'MIIHHIHMMMMIMMHM HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS
,Saint Quentin, and at :Meaux. I think :months' supply for such a body is
it was somewhere near Chateau- 24,000,000 pounds of biscuit. This
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
Thierry that I got out of touch with : enormous total is closely approachedby
+ ; GROWERS MARKETING AGENTS
half a dozen of my comrades and the the "bully beef one as for every
rest: of the platoon. pound of the former commodity thereis
"We were driving back a adetach,! at least three-quarters of a poundof \ ROLLINS COLLEGE Winter Park : OHJ -SE: & co.,

ment of Uhlans, when I found myself the latter. To render it more pal- ,
I
facing half a dozen of them 300 !I atable than it.would be in itself, the Main Office, Jacksonville, FloridaA.
yards away. They were aiming at commissariat department is requiredto Oldest College and Most Beautiful Grounds in Florida R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla.

me carefully, and their bullets grazed : keep in store 1,600,000 pounds of 9-30-d&w
my ear. i compressed vegetables, and 800,000 College, Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic 1..11111.111111.1111111111111111111.11..1'.11. .,
"One Uhlan particularly on whom I pounds of salt. "As appropriate ac.- and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Coarse.
had my eye, took aim for at least ten companiments to the beef and biscuit, Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection i
seconds. I ducked down, and the bul- coffee and tea to the extent of 800,000 fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dollar .. . . . . . .. .... ... ..

let hit my horse in the head without pounds and 400,000 pounds, respectively endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ,
killing him. The next minute the I are also included in the reserve a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs chorus class. Superb new ..South Apopka Nurseries..

poor beast got another bullet in the ::, supply.In rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New
head, but still he carried me. What a I addition to such absolute neces- chemical and physical -laboratories, equipped with every All thfe leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange ; ;
fine animal it was. I aimed back sities as biscuit, beef, and vegetables, modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water. Trees, thrifty, well-rooted and clear of all diseases. '
'
twice, and as I fired I saw two of the the four months' food supply for an I Preparation for engineering course. New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family
Uhlans falL The rest were turning,I average army corps in the field includes Lakes, boating swimming, golf, tennis football, FREEAddress *

when about a dozen infantry crept many items that may almostbe Christian, but undenominational; expenses moderate.

up from a bank. That was too much.J described as luxuries. For example Scholarships available. For catalogue address .South Apopka Nurseries.

I turned round to find my comrades, that for the British troops in .. ..
when a shell burst alongside me, and South Africa contained 2,900,000 tins WILLIAM FREMONT BIACKMAN,
one; of the shrapnels hit my breast 1 of jam (each holding 1 pound) and OCOEE, FLORIDA
plate. It glanced off and got embedded -i 720,000 tins of condensed milk. Jam, Ph. D. LL. D.. President. 9.4tf : i

in my arm. A few minutes I t it is worth noting, was first intro- I..t'lttr..t iHMIIIIIIIiaiMHIMIIMMMIM ....',.. '.'. .Minimi '" " " "" '"

1 i ,; .. .
-o' -y- -" -- -2 .
.,., 1 ; : ''.- ---
-
-. ,, > &-= --""-'-' ''--'' -
q.1 1"w;
rva cz.3 !i' t[ 1'?; -->;.o- '<.1;



,;, -, ..",Ifj_. ttf' ".-r,:j,,fflF_; .t:- .J '.:f1TlJ! iJLit) r_ : q--< M "' .J\ !!I I<; "iIt'. t) ,'" 1' ;q ')i')i-i,1Cr.'c,r._ e'"""var-re'L ,ySg R...ec# .::-"""'.y _. ya e -.-. -- -



,"

I


THE DAILY PROMINENT CONFEDERATE VET FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY a number of years past, made numerous is s i
ERAN VISITS ORLANDO REDUCES RATES ON CITRUS appeals to the Florida East Coast !!! !! !!!!!!! '
f South Florida Sentinel
FRUITS railway for such a line of rates and i
MORNING AND WEEKLY Judge R. Don McLeod, of Craw- it was just recently that ways and i

fordsvrile, Florida, was a prominent Continued means were devised by which E
JOSIAH FERRIS Editor and Owner ( from page 1) a prom E
visitor in Orlando yesterday. Judge ise was secured to grant them. The r
Entered at the poctoffiee at Orlando. Flor :McLeod is county judge of Wakulla Jacksonville the rate is 18 cents per shippers have felt that, while these i
ida. u Second Clau Mail Matter. box. This shows there is of
a gain
county and one of the best known and rates are in the nature of a privilege,
three cents in the through rate by SATURDAY
SUBSCRIPTION RATES most popular Confederate veterans in inasmuch as all other Florida lines Y SALE
DaD,.. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 the state. Besides being commanderof moving the fruit from Cocoa to New
z Daily. 8 Months ......... ............ 2-60 have extended them, they were justly
which in
Daily. S Months .........:............ 1.25 the Geo. W. Scott Camp, 1557, he Smyrna addition to the min- entitled to the consideration
Dail: 1 Month ....................... .59 is lieutenant colonel of the First Flor- the Florida East Coast railway.As .
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... ILOO and assistant movement, males the rate specified
Weekly C Months .................... ..75i ida brigade, adjutant Another illustration Fruit a prelude to their issuance, the
general of the Florida Division United : in field Florida Growers' and Shippers'League NO. 27
boxes, may be shipper from Naranja
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN Confederate Veterans. He was returning through its traffic department -
ADVANCE\ Perrine
and Cocoanut Grove to Mi-
r from Lakeland where he had in charge of :Mr. E. C. Hoskins,
ami, for packing and re-shipment at
been perfecting arrangements for the ,
TO ADVERTISERS; in this city, reached a definite under-
;- rate of three
cents box. This is
per
holding of the annual reunion of the standing at a conference held with
for dUpUy and all .ther hand-act of the
Goy by reason rate to Jacksonville
....ertiai.. most be handed Im at the hiilae Florida U. C. V. the latter part of the East Coast railway people at St. We are mighty proud of the confidence re-
of the Sentinel not later than S p. B, from all these points being the same, in
fice This role applies this month. Judge McLeod is promi- Augustine, Fla. one day last week. posed us by our customers, but we think we
the day before pabhcatien. -
namely, 30 cents box. I have earned
x t* change for contract advertising; it If nent in political circles in west Florida per The league has received large it--just statements--reliable goods
a
Invariable and will be strictly: adhered to. These rates are made for car load sup- -seasonabIe goods-lowest possible prices have
x and is one of the most popular ply of the tariffs covering these rates made these Saturday events something beyond
movement, the minimum
Subscribers desiring The Seentinel discontinued men in that part of the state. being 250 and is mailing them to its members the ordinary. This Saturday will not be behind
should notify the office in writing on field boxes. The empty boxes be of its =
otherwise it will be More than thirty years ago Judge may operating packing houses on the East any predecessor No! Not by any means
the date of expiration.
-Come! See
returned from packing point to orig- and judge for yourself. 'Twill
continued at the muter subscription rates. McLeod visited Orlando, and it is Coast. The League will
gladly give
w until notice to stop is received. inal point of shipment on basis of one pay you.
|needless to state the growth of the further particulars in connection with

1 t SATURDAY OCTOBER 17, 1914. city was plainly evident to him there cent per box, minimum 250 boxes so these rates upon application, and also
being nothing here at that time but a I long as the distance does not exceed I arrange with the Florida East Coast GIXGHA\IS.
R straggling village. At that time he fifty miles. This is a notable reduction Toile du .Nord and Bates Seersucker-over
i railway to amend the tariff at
THE ONLY FUNNY THING any 150 patterns to choose
in itself. from-Stripe. Checks,
shown about Orlando and i
was vicinityby I I time in any manner so long Tartans, etc.etc.
ABOUT IT I The and necessary Regular 12% and 15 cent
Mr. Mahlon Gore who then growers shippers along the values
was : as it is consistent with the principlesof Saturday
one of the leading editors of the state, East Coast will certainly welcome the
the agreement reached last week.
Have you ever heard of Bartles- good news as it not only means 11 Cents
a
and of this best
as now, one city's The good work of the Florida
'
viMe Oklahoma? Well you're go- saving in freight charges but places
friends and most consistent
ing to, for out there somewhere is a Judge McLeod renewed the them in a position to send their fruitto Growers'this and Shippers' League in securing ALL LINEN CRASH TOWELIXG.
reduction of
rates for
place which is harboring a second boosters.j modern packing houses and increase
ance made so many years East Coast shippers will be greatly Unbleached, heavy close weave--splendid for
Mark Twain. He chooses to write a the market value of their wear-Regular 12% cent value,
calling at the attractive Saturday
appreciated by them, and it is only
of of the
word the causes European
brands. There are other advan-
Gore on Lucerne Circle. I many one of things this organizationhas
many 9 CentsSILK
t war. and he knows a scrap when he tages. The manifestation of such a
sees it. Brief succinct, and to the spirit on the part of the Florida East done for the benefit of Florida
AUTOMOBILE MEN PETITION growers. The league is now a
point he presents a picture that 'I Coast railway is gratifying, and it year MIXTURE SIIIRTIXG.
his CITY COUNCILAt I old and is being well supported.Eat .
brooks While
no argument. pre is
predicted the movement of this Thirty inches wide, in a fine range of dainty
sentation is humorously human thereis character will increase to such an ex- stripe designs-fast colors--washes spiendidly.
withal as much truth probably' in the meeting of the city council tent as to fully justify such a broad what you want. Regular 59 cent values, Saturday

his article as in any other. Anyway, yesterday afternoon a petition was view as the railway officials have Eat all you want.

the Bartlesville (Okla.) Daily Enter- presented, signed by numerous gar- taken of the situation. In other Take a postscript and forget it. 39 Cents

prise should raise the pay of the man ages and auto liverymen, asking for words, the arrangement that has been For sale by all druggists.

who wrote the following: an increased license tax upon tran- consummated will be reciprocal in a l-7-d&w-lyr SHEPHERD CHECKS

In the first place a Servian Socialist sient auto liverymen who come here measure. Are remarkably fashionabIe-your choice of

got drunk and killed an Austrian and spend only two or three'months' The shippers having interests in H. Kanner's great sale continues our 65 cent Range 40 inches wide on Satur-

t nobleman and his escort (or maybeit a year, depriving the all-the-year-1 .that section of the state have, during until November 1st. 11-tf day for
was his,consort.) Anyway it was round liverymen of much of the busi- 47 Cents
-
some sort. Austria then got hot under I ness to which they feel justly entitled. :

the collar: over the incident and A $100 license is suggested. II 'I .

said to Servia: "See here, now, we I DRESDEN RIBBONS
FOR SALE. 160 acres of Pine Timber Land. The tim-
4 don't want any of that rough stuff.I KUHL AVENUE PAVING STARTS Several hundred yards of dainty designs that
be father to Come ber has not been turpentined and there is suf- we have sold regularly at 20 and 25 cents per
want to a you. NEXT WEEK yard, yours Saturday
into the wood shed." Russia was ficient to pay for clearing the land. This is a
the fence when she 11 Cents yard
through
t peeping About half the numberof
necessary fine tract of first-class citrus land. Situated 6
; heard the conversation and seeing brick for the paving of Kuhl ave-
t;
said Austria, miles east ,of Orlando. Price $10.00 acre.
to per
what was going on, : nue have bene hauled to that street LADIES HOSE

"Don't you dare touch that child; he's' and the paving crew is expected to Terms. f The famous "Economy" make, in Black and

1 my kid and anyhow you'd make a start laying them Monday or Tues- "hite--a Leading Bargain Line at 15 cents

hell of a lookin' daddy." "You've got day. FOR RENT. A modern five room house at No. Ill Hill Saturday two pairs for
another think comin'" answered Aus-
street. Nice location. Will lease for 25 Cents
tria. "I don't like the color of your one year

eyes, anyhow, and your feet don't MMMMMIMMHHMII ""' to'responsible-party at $15.00 per month. Or,
"
track besides and I can lick you with THE .GORDOnOSE
I sell moderate terms
can on
T. F.HOURIBAN | -> thisproperty very
$ one hand tied." "Bully boy," says A new quality they have just put on the mar-
Wilhelm to Austria. "If you can't J % at a BARGAIN price.S.Y.WAY. ket to sell specially at 75 cents a pair-exactly
Licensed Plumber and the
same quality of silk as in the
lick him I can, and by gosh I'll do it. f Sanitary Engtneer but, not quite so much-in Black and$1.00 White quality only,,
I can lick anybody; I can lick every- Limit two pairs to customer, Saturday
Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
'
Well take him on together.
body. PomptAtt nd d to. 64 Cents
So Germany slips up on France when pairMORE
PHONE 629 ;
with both t
she ain't looking and lands
feet in the middle of Belgium. "Getotf'n 106 Court Street I TOWELS HERE.
Insurance and Real Estate Agent
Belgium, "or I'll I Another
my belly, says I ORLANDO FLORIDAIMMilMMMIIMIilM shipment to hand of the Splendid
bite your leg off when I get ready." I Qualities in Huck and Turkish that we have
PHONE 172 been
"That's not fair," says France. "Take wI-1m so successfully selling lately. Worth in
the Regular Way 12 /, and 15
cents, Saturday
a' .
that, you slob, handing Germany I *

hot one on the snoot. "I hate a''.I 9 Cents each, or $1 dozen

scrap," says England "but I can illMIIIMMiiMMIilHintlinillllllililHlllillMMMIPHARMACY .

smash the jaw of the guy that slaps : SATEEN PETTICOATSA

my friend." "You don't hate it worser Notice Quick Delivery special purchase-worth double, in all colors -
than I do," says Japan as she squaresoff Saturday yours for

for a hand in the game. "Well,
I started it, anyhow," says 49 Cents
4 Wilhelm guess you to Nick. Just then every- -e We are open from 6 a. m. till

body begins to yell: "You started it COLORED SHIRT WAISTS

x yourself," and each one sticks out his 10:30 p. m. during the week. All we have left of our Summer Stock, worth

tongue at the other fellow and they up to $1.50, Saturday

_ all' clinch and the little fellows beginto
49 CentsLADIES
dance around watching for a chanceto
get in a punch and run. And there 111111111111M i 11 i i > 111 i M111 >l 111111 I

SHOES
you are.
o Patent Colonial Pumps, Regular Value $4.00,



: fect city A,that statement might Hon.as be state in L.an the C.applicant attorney Massey press to,for to of the suc-this appointment ef- f Your Gr randtatlier n l r Roffe in a Horse r C Car r rA $4.00 Saturday, Saturday Colonial Buck Pumps, $2.79White Regular Value



ceed lIon. Cary D. Landis, of DeLand,

was denied yesterday by his law part- $2.79White

ner, Judge T. P. Warlow. Judge Canvass Colonial Pumps, Regular Value
that has dissap-
Warlow says that under no circum- slow moving vehicle adequate in its day, $3.50, Saturday

stances will Mr. Massey be an appli- peared because it could not meet the modern problem of carry- $2.59

would he the appoint-
cant nor accept
ment if tendered him. ing many people over long distances.

The Sentinel acknowledges-o a com- Your Grandfather had a Big Heavy Watchnot GROCERY DEPARTMENT URDAY. ALL DAY SAT-


plimentary ticket to the Alachua --- much of a timekeeper and very expensive in upkeep Per- Best Maine Potatoes___________ 25; cents Peck
county fair to be held at Gainesville, New Rolled Oats

beginning November 17th, with haps for sentimental reasons you are wearing it to-day. You are New Graham Flour.5----___.5 cents cents per per pound pound

} of thanks.the resources If the fair.of Alachua is representative county it wrong. You are risking the loss of a valued heirloom without any New Whole Wheat Flour __ __ 5 cents per pound

will be one of the greatest in the resulting advantage. On the contrary, hindered by its inaccuracyyou New Rye Flour -_______.__ 5 cents per pound

state. Condensed Soup, "Readymaid"__90 cents dozenDICKSON
;. o are handicapped in your use of many other modern facilities.

Carranza, in his feeble way, is try-
Filled Gold Watchesthey
ing to live up to the precedents set Buy One of Our Handsome $25

by his predecessors, and has just in
are light durable accurate and economical upkeep. '
,
seized the :Mexico City street railway

lines, valued at $100,000,000. The We feature the Elgin watch.

trouble about this seizure is that he .

can not carry it to Europe with him. M >
-I
o YES CO.

Not much has been heard of the I

< ; change to eastern time at Miami f T.H.EVANS I

since the war broke out in Europe.

Over there they have much more DEPARTMENTAL[ STORE

eastern time than Miami can hopeto JEWELER

obtain and you see what a mess

they have gotten into.o Orlando Orange Avenue Florida ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE.wllwmww.wwmwA


It's difficult to remember when the

:Sentinel was not first in Orlando with

any important news item. .

,
:: "-,, :?:',. ,fl{ <.; : .. -.. ._ _
:
'jI- ,_- ,,,,.,o- "" ,,_ : .
'
--- 'fk -rsaK.-cur.g.! 'k .:"o<-';"__.,-," _



n f. ."-'." :j ".,... *_ 9 ___ -i:.'- .11"",: ,- 1\i"\=:..,..., .,..J:.. J! .! 7"1 Jlj.. '':'" !fM ._ iJ ."-)," t< '--.-' "'r'j, .""'; : -! ....""' .. '--., .-: .

.

.

}
;
The city clock went on a strike at i I i 111 I i I i 11111II i 11111M TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY [OX ,

7:20 last evening and hasn't tickeda F JE *JICjJ
WADE < ry tock since.Superintendent.. FAVORTE THEATRE ; : TWO FURNISHED ROOMS at 221

) THE TUNER i 10-17-6t Robinson avenue, on Lake Eola. "GET IT AT ALLEN'S"CUT

F. McKinnon visited I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I|
ORLANDO, FLA. -
the schools at Pine Castle, Taft Admission 5 cents FOR RENT-Seven room furnished

and Boggy Creek yesterday. avenue.house. Inquire 217 East Robinson 10.172tWANTEDStenographerbookkeeper

Prof. W. S. Coleman' left yesterday Florida's itinerant typewriter repairer . . . .111111. "I 1

afternoon for Tampa where he will D. C. Baldwin, of Jacksonville, TODAY'S PROGRAM
who is capable and a hard worker. GLASS AND SILVERWe {
spend
today.
is now at the Orland. It 101 Bison. Cleo Madison in "Dol- Orlando Auto Supply Co. 10-17-3t
ores de Aredo, the Lady of Sorrow." i
Mrs. C. E. Johnson who has been A Western drama in two parts. Produced have received Glass
Mr. R. R. Reynolds, who went to TYPEWRITERS cleaned and repaired. just new and
visiting in Miami and Key West for by Wilfred Lucas. D. C. Baldwin, of Jacksonville. f
Aurelia, IlL, about ten days ,
ago and Hazel Buck- Silver beautiful moderate
Rex. Bob Leonard paterns inUpnlCts
several days, arrived home yesterday. 'Phone Orland hotel. 10-17-3t ,
where Mrs. Reynolds and daughter ham in "The Boob Incognito.

have been spending the summer, returned Uacs
FURNISHED
ROOMS and board, for
Mr. John S. Taylor, one of Largo'srepresentative
home yesterday with them. Mrs. M. A. DeLaney and daughter, six adults. Address Kentucky Home,
citizens is spending He says the first blizzard of the sea- Miss Claudie, and Miss Margaret 511 Palmer street, Orlando, Lake

today in Orlando on business.Mr. son was raging when they left Illinois Way returned last night from Bruns- Cherokee. 10-17-lm .

wick, Ga., where they have been visit-
FOR SALE-Two second hand pool ,
H. W. Holtzinger, of St. Pe-
ing Mrs. A. T. Carter, Mrs. DeLa- tables, good condition. $100 f.o.b.
tersburg, is among the late arrivals Miss Roberta Branch, of Orlando, ney's daughter.A Starke, Fla. Inquire Lee, Tremont
.
at the San Juan. is leaving today for her home after hotel. 10-17-3t

spending a few days at the guest of pleasant reception was given -
Mr. Harry Hopp, of Newark, N. J., very MALE STENO-BOOKKEEPER, seven -
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Leeks. Miss to the new choir directress of St. .
is spending today in Orlando, a guestof years experience, desires posi-
Branch has been spending the sum- Luke's Cathedral, Miss Helen Nich- tion in Orlando; can give A-l refer-
the San Juan. mer in the North and stopped over in olas, by Dean and Mrs. Henry Rem- ences. Inquire Room 1, Tremont.

the Gem City while en route home.- sen last night. The faculty of the 10-17-3t
Mr. John Trout returned last evening -
Palatka Item.
Daily Cathedral school were present a's wellas
from Erie, Pa., where he had beenon WANTED-Middle aged Northern
the choir and other friends who
woman wants positon as house-
.
an important business mission.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Judy and sons, are interested in the music of the keeper, or house work of any kind.

Masters Dick and Jack, and Miss church. Call phone 549, or 408 Long street.

Ed. Carmichael, a prominent Floss Knight, who have been spend- 10-17-lt eraTumblers
business man of Ocala, was among ing several days in Orlando this
ORLANDO RIFLES DEFEAT SAN-
the out of town visitors to Orlando week, returned to their home in Tam- FORD AT BASKET BALL RUMMAGE SALESt. I
yesterday.Dr. impressed Cecilia's Guild will hold a rum- Jewel Boxes
Mr. Judy was so favorably -
r
pa. mage sale in the vacant store oppo-I Water Pitchers Cream and Sugars
with this section that he intends ball site I
The Orlando Rifles basket team the Grand theater Friday and
Oliver J. Miller one of San- to return at no distant day and journeyed to Sanford last night and Saturday, October 16th and 17th. Colognes Compote
ford's prominent and successful phy- 10162tFY1cCULLOCH'S Vaises Bowls Etc.
make
a longer sojourn.To defeated the Sanford team in one of ,
sicians, spent_ yesterday afternoon in D
the most hotly contested games that
Orlando. many people a furnished room has been played this season. It was llilllMMIMiiniiMIIIIj

is the only possible home-to a great truly a game for blood, for each side 11 ..A.llen & Co.'
Miss Anna Diebner arrived in Or- ,
many people, in fact. So it happensthat seemed quite equally determined that
lando last night from Newton, Mass., '*
advertisementsmake
"furnished
room the other'-should not get the advan- Jewelers
and'is the guebt of Mr. and Mrs. C. S.
quick'appeal and
a usually tage. The first half ended with the
Hamblin at their home, No. 8 Hill bring inquirers at once. If you havea score 16 to 10 in the Rifles' favor, but "
street. LI "Everything Guaranteed. D[
room that you might just as well the outcome of the game seemed un-
sublet, why not realize the extra income decided until the last part of the last : j Department Store ; *

The Junior League of the Metho- it will bring you? half, and then the Orlando boys took lb.
dist church will give a masqueradeparty .cD
the lead and held it until the finish, groTi
this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Mr. Edwin Beeman returned to Orlando the final score being 25 to 18.
They will be visited by the Epworth

Leagues of Kissimmee and Oakland. where he yesterday has been from spending New the York past PICNIC AT RUSSELL'S POINT ; ; Jelly Tumblers ;

three weeks. He says that his father LAST NIGHT ;;Sg;:;;

Mrs. H. G. Crowder, after a pleas- and mother, :Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bee- Fruit Jars '1 '
ant visit to relatives and friends in
man, and Mr. Lester Beeman are now A number of the young folks of
Orlando for several days, returned to
en route to Orlando from the metropolis Orlando at most enjoy- '.
were guests a I
her home in Tampa yesterday after- all kindsPreservine
noon. in their touring car. They were able picnic given last night at Rus- Suspended in Mid Air

last heard from in Washington, D. C., sell's Point by :Misses Fannie Taylor, ,

having reached the capital city Thurs- Lois Pedrick, and Maud Pugh. The
Capt. and Mrs. J. Bockius, who The Balloon Baby on exhibition in
day. picnic started at seven o'clock and all our
have been spending the summer in kinds of in, and i j Kettles front. Don't miss
New York, returned to their home, games were indulged new plate glass seeing
T. of DeLand, dancing of the at- \
No. 12 West Amelia avenue, yester- Mr. F. Hayes was a was one popular it. \
day. visitor to Orlando yesterday. He was :,tractions. Later in the evening a delicious c I

here spying over the land with a viewto j supper was served and was enjoyed South Orange Avenue | k
Our is the best
;
new grocery in the
establishing a confectionery or by all. The guests departedfor
Mrs. E. A. Thomas, who has been \\
fancy grocery store, but found the their homes about ten-thirty haying -
spending: several days visiting rela- htOMtltMIMIIIIIMIIM* ; ; State. Call and look it over.
supply was equal to the demand and I enjoyed themselves to their ut- -- ---- - : :rill
tives and friends at her old home in
decided to wait until some later day. i most.
Arcadia, returned to Orlando yester-
He said he and Mrs. Hayes were i VENEER CORESALL
day afternoon.
stuck on the city and its surround- A LETTER FROM SANTA CLAUSTo I
AND ANY Potted Plants Cut Flowers Funeral
ings and that they would like very LENGTHS ,

Mrs. N. P. Yowell and children, much to have a home here. the Girls and Boys of Orlando: Special QUANTITY prices for October. i Designs, Wedding Decorations. 1i I
who have spent the summer with relatives before cold weather.
-Santa Claus wants to send a ship Stock up
in Southport, Ky., arrived in FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND : :*
John McGraw receives $18,000 a load of Christmas presents from the i
Orlando yesterday afternoon on the Also
year for managing the New York children of the United States to the OAK WOOD : ::1 t

Tampa Special. National League club, according to a children in Europe. Do any of the THE SANITARY GROCERY I

statement made Tuesday at the New Orlando girls and boys want to help? Orlando Wood YardB.

Mrs. A. S. Mann, wife of the late York tax office when he swore off the Last year more than a hundred of W. Kingsley, Proprietor I CARUTHERS & GORE \

ex-Senator Mann, who has been in personal assesment the city had levied you wrote, telling what you wantedto PINE STREET AND R. R. Phone 200
Orlando for several days visiting Mrs. I against him. The leader of the Giants -I get. This year tell him what you Telephone 344 I II
Braxton Beacham at her home on I said all his salary was requiredto .want to give. 9-30 I i 6 & 8 E. Pine StreetMMMIIIIiMIIMMIIIIIIIIiMUMIIMIIMiillllli

North Orange avenue, returned to maintain his family. If anybodyhad SANTA CLAUS, I.f ,"'

Jacksonville yesterday. I' said $18,000 to McGraw, when he Box 432, Orlando, Fla. ,

Mrs. John McCulloch- of the 1 i.played in Ocala twenty-odd years ago, Letters from grown-ups will be : : :::: : : : : : : :: : : : : :: : : :: : : : : : l IIIIIIII 8 : ? 8 II{ :::: : : ::::::::: ::::::::: :::::::::::: '
one he would probably have said he didn'tknow welcome, too.

Sentinel's many friends and readers, there was that much money in

has returned from her summer homeat the world.-Ocala Banner. THE WEATHER ,

Mineapolis and orders the Sentinel

sent to "Piney Croft," her lovely Attention of the children is called Florida: Local rains Saturday.

home near Maitland.A to the letter from Santa Claus pub- Sunday fair.

I lished on another page this morning,

congenial party of ladies going ; giving an opportunity to send pres-
over to Orlando Wednesday were ents to the homeless and orphaned OSTEOPATHYDR. .

D. L. Thrasher, Mrs. Forrest Mrs.I'children in the European war zone.

Mrs. W. E. Watson and Mrs. I We will also remind the children that J. C .HOWELL t
Connelly, in the Thrasher car. Driving the Sentinel will follow its annual Every three out of five cars
i i I Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo
with Mr. Geo. D. Bishop in the custom of publishing letters to Santa

Herndon car were Mrs. Bishop, Mrs. Claus, sent in care of this office, this extra charge for house treatment t
that have trouble have it with their
B. W. Herndon, Mrs. Puleston and year. However, no letters will *be Telephone connections

Mrs. Newman. -Sanford Herald. published for several weeks to come. 'Office co... Orange and Central Area,

electrical appliances.
---- ;

.11111..11.111.111111111..1111..111..11111.11.1111.111.111 I
| | HMiMMMMMMIIMIMMHiM.llliMiliMHttiltlll .

We are equipped to remedy


$925.00 I these troubles without any delay or



assistance from out of town. Quick, || a\



thorough and guaranteed work.


1915 Overland, Model 81 for $925.00 ,




delivered in Orlando. See the car at i







our Orange Avenue display room. : .S San Juan G Garage Co Ol o ,








I I Orlando Auto & Supply Co. | j I


J 8-27-d&: w

Jl I., 7 "S'1SSISiILSIi ItSSSISS iiMimiiiiii t
-
-
HIM i o i i tI



.. .,.. > ._ <_.d_ o.: b., -" ",, _-.,, ..



,- ---.--. '- -

: li i'Aitrfti -<_. _. __ rr;I Wf >"1/1J/ 7", .:.InNJiiiJi:<' tl rtJJIJBCJ1; ''_J1J 1l ,, h r -''"' J' _. J lJL. : ;o- .. ..



J ,

J:

-

RESOLUTIONS, 'ON THE DEATH BUYERS AND SELLERSI umber
PEOPLE'S WANTS Laths and ShinsleORLANDO
OF J. E. AMOLD
buy, sell, rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla.,
Orlando Fla., Oct. 6, 1914. over 30 years. Have handled over
MUNNIMAKERS
$20,000,000. Call and
see me.
To the Chiefs and Brothers of Econ- Notice ./ L,.t. Wanted. For Sale. For 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. -
lochatchee Tribe No. 23, Improved Rent ett, for thus eolaran. 25c> for one day, i
Order of Red Men. SOc. far three da,... or Jl.CO for one week for FOR SALE
t We, your committee on resolutions, 25 words or 1_ Meaty aut accompanythe Established. cash business. 208 South
_.. ...
adrertUeBMBU f.r this eeI aa Orange Avenue
respectfully submit he following for
Uuerticas will be made en credit. Wright Realty and Seed Co.
your consideration: 10-11-lw

Whereas, The Great Spirit has seen FOR RENT-New 5-room house,
fit to call our esteemed brother, J. E. modern, reasonable rent to respon- Who is your painter and decorator
Arnold to the hunting grounds of his sible parties by the year, apply 510 If you are satisfied keep the one you
W. Central ave. have if not, phone W. T. Entrican.N ,
therefore be it
lathers
; ,
Resolved, That while we greatly re- FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms. *. 636. 120UCORDON'S Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime

gret that our brother's accustomed 418 South Lake St. 10-10-1m

council chamber will be '
in
place our
SALE A Planet
vacant, and his valuable assistance in Jr.FOR, Garden Seeder-Cheap.and Wheat Hoe, CARRIAGEAND till''III t IIIIII:III1111111111111 : ;: :-;: : ::i:: : :::I::::::::=:::::::::::::::.::::

the work and councils of our Tribe Attachment, nearly new, also 100

will be sorely felt, we recognize the Egg Incubator, used one year and -

right of the Great Father to take gave Church 94 street.per cent. hatch.-623 10-6-6t W. : --si-: ESS

unto himself whomsoever he will, and BAGGAGE TRANSFERL :
FOR RENT
bow our sorrowful heads in humble
Rooms for light housekeeping; mod-
submission to the Supreme command.Be ern, up to date; furnished or unfur-
it further resolved, That a copy nished; on Lucerne Circle; with gar- HARRELL, Prop.

of these resolutions be spread upon Watkins.den, fruit and flowers. See 9-24-tf J. F. Piano and Furniture Important friendships result from the right introduction, and

the minutes of the Tribe, a copy sent
to the local papers for 'publication, FOR RENT Four nice furnishedrooms. Moving a Specialty the most important ones come through the right banking con-

r departed and a copy brother.In sent .to the family of our Apply. 409 Will DeLaney rent to sreet.adults 9-23-tf only. 8 Church St. PHONE 487Dressmaking nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We


the mighty march of progress he FOR RENT-Good Boarding House, invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-
sought to do his best; furnished and close in. Will rent for
Let his enemies be silent, as we lay 3, 6, or 12 months. Possession at est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
him down to rest
; once. Also some rooms for light !
And may God assuage the anguish of house-keeping. See or phone F. L.
the bereaved one's suffering Anderson 112 W. Church street. Mrs. R. S. Cohoon has

breast.JOHN T. DALE.C. Phone 459. 10-14-tf resumed her dressmak- BANK & TRUST CO.

K. POMEROY. FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with ing and is now locatedin
garage; elegantly furnished; on
FREEMAN PHILLIPS.
Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. Room 4, Way building,

Adopted by Econlochatchee Tribe 8-27-tf ._ on Orange avenue, where tllllllllllllllllllllllllllllill
No. 23, by a rising vote of all the --
members present, with bowed heads. FOR SALE-By Clarence W. Rose, she cordially invites all
308 North Main street, a Cote and ladies
three lots. A 14-room house fur- needing anythingin : ::
MililiMliillilliMiitilliomatMMiiMlliMMMIIiCMMIMiMMQIO
Editor For a Day. nished, both close in. Please inves- the wearing apparelline IMMM
When Lord Northcliffe. the English investigate. 10-14-10t to call and see her.

publisher and peer wan plain Mr. .
FOR SALE-14-room house fully
Harmsworth.Joseph Pulitzer permittedhim furnished, splendid location, price
to be editor or the New York $5000, terms. Apply Alfred Hadley CLOTHINGOur
World for one day in order to ex em. 308 Magnolia Ave. 10-6-2w
Real Estate
pity the Ilannsworth contention that Boughtand
FOR SALE-Or trade for real
es-
the New York IltIllt"l"It| are too big. The
tate, a'five-passenger automobile in
tabloid World famous in newspaper nice shape. Address No. 112 West Sold.City stock of
circles was the result. Church street, city. 10-4-lm new
Darm worth culled! tbe staff into con

nltation. Henry X Gary then news FOR SALE-One or both of a team Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash
e editor, suggested as a Joke that all! of black mares, weight 1100 and
and $1.00 per week buys a Lot
members of the staff should appear 1200. Good drivers, single or double.C. [ Fall and Winter |

Everybody that night consented in full evening with one regalia.exception .9-18-tf. E. Enlow, Winter Park, Fla. RENTS COLLECTED. i Clothing

-one man refused Harms worth
FOR SALE-A No. 1 saddle
fame down in a sack suit. He was mare,
or buggy horse. Address, care N. P. HATCHERORLANDO
suits astonished and sniffed at the the display mothball of evening smell Wright's, Box 567. 9-2-tf Made by SCHLOSS BROS., is coming in

from afar. lie asked mildly whether FOR SALk pne Underwood type- ,FLORIDA
the World editors and reporters ap writer in good condition; one Bur- and anxious for
Office at Pinehurst ParkP. to
see our
peared thus clad as a usual thing and rough's adding machine, used only we are you
was solemnly assured they did. The two months, and one Reading stand- O. Box 281
only person dressed like Uarmsworthwas ard motorcycle, in good shape. Bar- 10-8-lm New Styles and high class tailoring. Best
tbe editor who would not fall In gains on quick sale. Call or address, I ,
J. C. Sigler, Winter Park, Fla. -

_ with Also the the Joke.only man Harmswortb took 10-9-tf WOOO Wood WoodExcellent place in the city to buys clothing.

back to England with him was the For Sale-Silver Cluster Grape

man who was clad like himself.-Sat- Fruit and Valencia late orange buds.

urday Evening Post. Vigorous stock, SOc 1 year; 75c 2 Core Pine Wood Supplied

Had to Go and Climb a Tree. years old.9232m H. C. McDANIELFOR in any quantity W. M. SLEMONS

The Countess of .Desmond died In
1604 at the ace of 140. In his -History SALE-Forty acres of fine I
of the \Vorld Sir Walter Raleigh hammock land; eight in grove; the SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE
present of will be from
states: "1 myself knew the old Count crop oranges
I 750 to 1.000 boxes; 500 trees all told, . .
STRANDS OR MORE .. -"> .
ess of Desmond who was married iu for liHliiMIIMIiiiilllMMMMUMM > timia i i M8 >
Edward IV.'s time and held her joint- ,one ready and quarter setting miles-10 acres from Apopka.in lake, II . .. I . IMUtitllllMtHMMHffliriMiinreai CMMIIItllll t

ure from all the earls of Desmond since I. Price 5000. Address W. H., Box
then; and that this Is true all the noblemen 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf ELDREDGE BARLOW 11111111111111111'1'11111111"IIIII'I
111'--"I""nrrrrl\\\\\\\IIII\t\\\"t\\\\\\\ \ \\\"
and gentlemen In Munster can .. .

ties witness.to the" last She retained walked ten all miles her facul-In a FOR Inquire SALE-Fine of Frank cypress Phillips fence, Pine posts.Cas- Telephone 375 ; ;. : ;
tte. ;
day only a week before her death and. 9-18-tf South Street, near A. C. L. l. ; one1ze h1tt I'

according to the Inscription on the back FOR SALE-A new safe, office and ,
of her portrait at Muckross abbey. "In store fixtures. Inquire at Berman's Tracks
ye course of her long Pilgrimage re- store. 10-10-6t 9-1-lm
newed her teeth twice." The countess

looked like living another fifty years FOR SALE-A good Roll Top
when, as Lord Leicester told Sir William Desk and Chair. Been used very lit- I
Temple. "she must needs climb a tle. Call on W. C. Sherman, Rock Do You Want a Good 5O Japanese Matting

nut tree to gather nuts: so. falling Building, opposite San Juan Hotel.
down she hart her thigh which 10-8-tf
Home in the Country ?
brought a fever and that brought
death." FOR SALE
Second hand Chalmers car. Wright 9x12
Shamrock Diet For Athlete Bros.10-11-lw' Cigar Store, Orange Ave. Rugs

Has any modern athlete thought of
trying the shamrock as training diet? Our list containes some very attractive -
Most of the writers of former times MISCELLANEOUS
A who credited the Irish with eating propositions both in city and
$8.78
their national plant spoke of this
as
WANTED-Salesman and Col- country property. And we will be
evidence of the poverty of the people. lector, apply to Singer Sewing Ma-
though some said it was eaten to make chine Co., Orlando, Fla. 10-14-tf pleased to submit them to you.
the breath sweet But Mnndy. an Ox

ford vegetarian at the end of tbe seventeenth CHICKENS horn hens FOR and SALE-Ten rooster; bargain.Leg- To those who have property to sell ON SALE
century observed with satis-
P. O. Box 402.
faction that the Irish that nourish 10-16-2t or to rent, we invite you to call "at
themselves with their shamrock (which
Is the purple cloven are swift of foot WANTED FRESH COW giving ten our office and list your property with
to fourteen quarts a day. Write or and Tuesday
and of nimble "
Lin
.. FtrE"lltb.And.. call at Ward's store, Winter Park. us.: The same courteous treatment Monday
nneus wrote.TII. swift and agile 10-10-lw
Irishmen nourish themselves with their
all of business
that has marked our
shamrock which Is the purple trefoil. WANTED TO EXCHANGE a large
for they make from the flowers of this Shetland pony for a larger horse. dealings will be extended to you.
plant. breathing a honeyed odor fl Reel's Steam Laundry, 814 N. Orange
bread which U more pleasant than avenue, or phone 654. 9-29-tf
that made from other materials.-Lon- Cooper & Atha Kincaid & SnowdenLow

.
i don Chronicle.ESTRAY T. F. HOURIHAN Licensed Plumber. I
Conscientious work at fair
prices. 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor
PIGS-Two estray pigs Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf
have taken up at my place one black Phone No. 311 House.
female and one red male. They have FOR THIS WEEK Priced Furniture
been there since Sept. 23rd. Ownerscan Hunt the Place to Save Money I
have same by paying expenses, Fresh from the counry Eggs, i iilllllllllllMinillMMIIIII
J. W. Pace, Orlando, Fla. 10-15-2d-lw doz. 35c.Keifer. Pears for cooking and per 5-TOURIST TRAINS5FROM | Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida

.- T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. pickles SOc. peck. "" 'H lllli-l ''I* > L ++m t_*HtllTTI ttt 9 f f*!ltlll f H+++. :::
Conscientious work at fair prices. Ai+4 iiiiM "
Apples of the best, 20c. to 25c: doz. NORTH AND WEST ..rU-II..II-1i
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf -
Peaches of the .
finest
SOc. per doz. '
i Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's Grapes,Grapes Grapes, 25e. basket.'I "DIXIE FLYER" Dudley Matthews A. B. MOORE !
Tomatoes, the best Maryland stock, "DIXIE LIMITED"
Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
8c. per Ib.Bananas. "SEMINOLE LIMITED"
Plain and
Don't wait for every one in town to the finest, 20c. per doz. "MONTGOMERY- ROUTE" Decorative Painting I
have Entrican, the painter, before Florida Bananas, lOc. per doz. "SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED" ARCHITECTURAL AND GENERAL Paperhanging and KaUomlnln
you try. Am too busy to look you Oranges. Grapefruit, and fruit of
up. Phone 636, and I will be on the all kinds. Visit the little store and be Louis Pullman, Cincinnati Cars ,from Louisville Chicago, and, St.intermediate DRAFTING.Blue DR. L H. RAMSDELL First-class work wood material' cued I

,job. 1-20-tf convinced make call as quality and prices will points to Jacksonville,Fla. Printing and Map Work. Pat OPTOMETRIST reasonable prices. *'\Q j b too 'large

THE you ORLANDO again.SPECIALTY CO. DINING CARS ent office drawings show cards, and.i (SoeeesBor to Dr. O. P. LikbuO or too smalL Drop me postal, flYnt I
First class Brazing a specialty at general commercial art. Perspectives we will talk it over.
Warman's Repair Shop o Court St. 109 W. Church Street Via In color or flat washes. ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE t

12-5-tf. 10-7-tf Standard ATLANTIC Railroad COAST of the LINE SouthJ. ROOM: zzYowellDuckworth FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES A. B. MOORE t

FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING If you want your bicycle fixed ins G. KIRKLAND, D.P.A. Building
ALL KINDS OF '
At 208 East Robinson avenue. Misses hurry take it to Warman's Repair Hillsboro Hotel Tampa Fla. AND DO -.P. O. Box tJ 24, O '
p-V*. formerly) with Miss Hovermale.. A. W. FRITOT, D.P.A. PHONE 54* REPAIRING \ \
Shop. 12-5-tf. 138 Wejt diwtt OTICAL
Bay St, Jacksonville Fla. 9-lo
10-3-lm
:. :.....,,
I : .""' '>, >",,,,--. :- .....'j. .... 'l ". """""- <'('<' ':J., ,,. .- "-__
'
-fl'--. { -... ..
'--. < : .t :_!J j ."iJ1 f"T' ,- "" .. ;,..." '-- "' "- >' ": > --- :! 'v : ....- -



., '>. ._."'.<.. .. -> ,, .-. "_ ;' -- -
f ;h. 9 : .. < : J'J .
; .
.>,.. ...:,;....., :<,:.,...:.;,;; \ _.:.-". ,._. "' ? "' .: .. : ", ,
\


t
-
-- -- --- -
.... .......- - miiiiiiuiutuituiiiniiiiiittttiiiniiT ;
,., ,


i" :. ""'-.TITC T ;

I .. .. ',



Empire Hotel'' B. MAGRUDER : 1 1


Hot Water and Steam Heat i
::


:. :q IS CARRYING A LINE OF : : .I

,..
Rooms with Bath .- $1.00

jd BALDWIN PIANOS l! 1

Nice Meals 50c
: .1 t : : '
= .
': I No Better Piano Made. Call and See Them :: t

: .: ,..
:
: ... .

..; CALL AND GIVE US' A TRIAL i. We Sell The Manuala, The Player that ;.q'


:, : is all but Human =

.
I :
: .
.
I ...
------DC..IIIIII.I. -r--. .J...... 1111--_- I111II1I_ _.._._._'_.11111._ _ .I II II I 11111111_ U 111I1 .I II'. I" _IIIJII' ... I-I- .It. .I.. M.M.L .L<. .!.* I'.' .MIIMIMM. .. _ _-_-__ .. .- -. 11I jj
_. -_ -. -. ..._.._ _-. -_ .- .- . .. .
ii iiii iii'I'I'IIIII'II '1 ... .. .... . . . . . .. II.II..I.IIIIIIII'IIIIII'III'IIIIIIIII'IIIII. -.--- - - ., . ..


OAKLAND NEWS NOTES iflMlltMllllltfllMlltilMilllMillMIIMtllMli* .. .. .. . . ... . .. .'-II'- -'-III'I'IIIIIIII11111111111.11111111.. .. .. . ,. .. .. .. ... ......... J

Oakland, Fla., Oct. 14Mr. and CONWAY NURSERIESGROWERS 1

Mrs. Hickman and Vera returned TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
Home Saturday from Hudson, New AND DEALERS IN i
.York. They report having had a
splendid summer. j All Leading Varieties of Citrus TreesR. WITH
COOK GAS
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Petris arrived .
Saturday to occupy their new home T. PEEL, Proprietor.
of Miss Winkleman. -
recently purchased
Local Salesman
Their daughter, :Mrs. Rudd, accompanied ;.
I Glen St. :Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATE I
them. We give them a
Box 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida. 61: Speed
hearty welcome. 1. Convenience
9-24-tf
Mrs. Cross and little Myrtle spenta

few Crown days Point.last week with Mrs. Minorof .1111..11111111111111111111.1111111111111111111111111 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency

Donald and Grace Husband went to 8. Safety
Orange City Saturday. visit their 3. Cleanliness
sister, Mrs. W. T. Williams. 9. Perfect Regulation
THE OLD RELIABLE
Mrs. Lohman, of Knoxville, Tenn., 4. Simplicity
who is interested in Florida hotels, of Heat

gave us a call on Monday. DANN'S TRANSFERDr. 5. Accessibility
Little :Martha Query has had a hard 10. Economy

siege of tonsilitis but is improving B. D. WIENANGA, Prop.
nicely now.
These fine days allure the young

people to the tennis court. Friday Livery, Draying and HaulingWE 5. SPEED
and Saturday were busy days with

them.Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Brock were Imagine being able to sleep twenty minutes longer in the morning or stay

given a surprise party by the young GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE out calling halt an hour longer in the afternoon because you know you don't
folks Friday evening. Games were 4' have to light a fire and wait for the stove to heat up.,

played, both indoors and out. The Imagine being able to cook a whole meal without having even to think '

freshments.The young ladies. brought candy for re- AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK about the fire.Imagine .

Camp Fire Girls met at Miss being able to go off and leave things cooking with no fear of them

Gertie Speer's and built their camp Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited foiling over because you know the "fire"* will stay just as you have if.

fire in the woods. All>were present. Imagine being able to "put out the fire" when your cooking is over by sim-
They drew lots as to who should do HORSES FOR SALE ply turning a valve.
the various duties of the evening
In short-imagine anything that tends toward speed in cooking and
such as building fires carrying water, 'Phone 257. Orlando, FloridaSPRAY you
gathering wood, providing. supper, will find yourself thinking of "GAS."
furnishing entertainment etc. The
entertaining was beautifully done. I
Miss Cora Joiner of Winter Garden,
was their guest. It is a rule of this ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
''
organization that 'things should be
left in good order. This camp sees NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE i iSCHNARR'S

well to that. No litter is left un- INSECTICIDE SPRAY GAS DEPARTMENT
burned and no fire left burning.We i
are glad to see that the town
,
''''''I>I tll 1>11 1>1"1',111,11'' U 11>1.' tI1111.111.1111111111111111111111111111.I.
council has had the streets nicely Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale Rust Mite ..I..I. .I..,. .I"II..II... S 11..111'1111111111111.1".11111111111111.1
cleaned<<: from weeds. It makes a and Red Spider that i is hit. Removes sooty mold
great improvement. We hope the lot 11111.111111.111.111111111.1111111111111111111111111111111 1111111111111111111..
and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September -
owners will clean up their vacant lots.
Mr. W. D. Sharpe is spending a and October are two of the best months for
week with his parents. He has been spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents insects -

located in. Sumter, S. C., for three from sapping trees all winter, and brings them

years-and is! now traveling about in out in a good healthy condition in the spring., thus
Florida with the intention of findinga and bloom.
insuring a good, healthy growth
location in the state.

J. SCHNARR & CO. Orlando Florida.
PRINCE GEORGE OF SERVIA IS ,

IN SERIOUS CONDITION Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure the White Fly

Fungi. 9-9 D. and W 2-M .
Rome, Italy, via Paris Oct. 15.-
According to letters from Servia .MIIIIIMIIIIIMMIMHtlieil9itlMliHieillllilM.MMIillMIIIIMttHM i
.
Prince George eldest son of King .
Peter, is not progressing favorably, .. MMtaHtM8tilMaillllliliH :
owing to his refusal to submit to the "
,orders of the doctors who are treating -

battle.Crown a wound Prince he Alexander received in of a Servia recent Tb B Rola Packiug[ L Coally !


.
also was wounded in the head, but his
hurt was a slight one and he contin- .. 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON
ued his military work.


GERMAN SOLDIERS DID NOT Packers and Shippers of Citrus 11 H Jrspwer: GUARANTEED Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic '

WANT TO SUBMIT TO BE- I: Mechanical Oil Pump, Step'Starter and 66 .RefinementsS375.OO
ING INTERNED Fruits and Vegetables.

London, Oct. 15.-The Daily News
I will operate alone under above name and shall ap-
says that on Friday last German soldiers -
the business of all who have and who have 129 Orange
Rosen- preciate any ,
&
entered Holland, near Wright err Ft.e.
daaL The officer in command refusedto not patronized me in the last three years. For information i p Orlando, ;
submit to internment and a fight call on or write me at my Packing House at crossingof
ensued a dozen Germans being killed Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure .'" III 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1"11111111'- - - -II- -. -. ..-.-.--.-.....-...-.. 1

or wounded. building, which I am equipping with :Mauld's latest ma- TREES FOR SALE LIST YOUR PROPERTYwith LAUNDRYYour

ROUMANIA NOT INFLUENCED .chinery and can consequently give you same service The Terra Ceia Nurseries have for
BY sale the Walters (Florida Standard) me now, while I have the timeto general laundry work, French i
ENTENTEBerlin which has always spoken for itself. / dry cleaning and pressing will be
variety of grapefruit from one to look it over and familiarize myself ap-
:My efforts will be to sell all possible before resortingto three years old, budded on three to with the talking points. I made the preciated.guaranteed. Satisfaction Open September and service
Oct.15j 28th.
Germany London
via
.. distribution. four years old rough lemon roots; largest number of sales last winter Phone 654. Reel's Steam
Laundry
--The Roumanian envoy to Switzerland and the Heart's Tardiff orange, one and expect to do even better this win- for whites only.
9-25-tf
is quoted as declaring it was year old buds on three years old ter. My prospects are beginnig to arrive f
untrue that Roumania had been influenced W. A. DADE Gen. Manager. ., rough lemon roots. All in first class and it might cause you to losea
by the alleged efforts of the condition. sale by putting it off. Call todayat Up to date painnng, papering etc,
TERRA CEIA NURSERIES, my new offices in the Watkins is the kind want.
triple entente to draw her into the 9-18-2m building and list you Where to get
Terra Ceia Florida.J. your property.
it? That's
war. The envoy characterized rumorsto C. Rowell, Manager. WALTER W. ROSE j easy, phone 636. W. T.
that effect as mere intrigue. -- --."' ''''''. I.llllllt Jll II'III'IIII'11t Correspondence solicited. seal Estate. Phon )$5$, _. Entrican. 1-20-tf

F


.., -; ""'-- _. -. ._ .
r f .r -- lrlT -
-w .. ;J. r & .4h *7 -'k 't f'=' k -



:et( $} q. t"'O"J" -- ..J _,N.: J .-- ,," P---; ;



4
Y -"
K L
Y i fii1
C LADIES MAKE COMPLAINTTO i.l .

.
i ? .r THE SENTINEL /

-

"MASHERS" ARE INSULTING

WOMEN ON STREETSOF
t
ORLANDO
;
.- ,;,,... +: : : fj.:: }.,--.\-'1 1u

Police Urged to Be on the Look-

out for the Fresh Gents .

Who Should Be Severely : :
f
For To-day--- PunishedWe
-
> ",
Tomorrow and every other day, you'll find \ regret the necessity of confessing : i '- : ;_ 4 .

a check account with the State Bank mighty that Orlando is at present the j DO YOU UNDERSTAND!
habitation of some of the most con-
handy in keeping an accurate record of your
temptible specimens of humanity that
n money affairs. ever encumbered the earthmashers.Their : How you can personally be benefit-

Take note-how many business men activities have been called to : ted by the advantages accruing to
x the attention of the Sentinel by more :
pay you in cash? Very lew-for businessmen than one lady with the request that the commmunity by -

cannot take chances by carrying money the police be urged to vigilance in

about. The safe way is the business-like apprehending them. -
Thursday afternoon a lady standingat The Federal Reserve Act ?
way-our bank checks. the corner of Orange avenue and

with checks. Pine street waiting for a friend was .
Try paying ._ Call, telephone or write and we will
insulted by two of these "fresh gen- _
tlemen" when no real man happenedto mail our booklet-just out---which :
The State Bank of Orlando be near. The same night two of
: :
explains this act fully and clearly. r
.
the city's most respectable young ladies : .: .
1I 1 were accosted on the way home .:.0.. 0
I .. _. .._ -.' .--0
.
I i "'! p. ; and insulted, the masher even goingso .-.' .-..
-.
far as to take hold of the arm of '_.
.o. '.
one of them. They were badly fright- -
) ened and arrived home almost in a ; .< .- ---.)
state of collapse. Last night a mar-
ried lady was forced to hear insult- *\ t N i :;'rL ) ?
the benefits to be derived from com- ing remarks as she passed a party of

STATE SCHOOL INSPECTION petent school inspection under state these detestable creatures in human I I '-, '- .-- ,.. *
form. :, .
authority was the result in Indiana, 0'
.y '
where it found that two- The people of Orlando will not-tolerate i ; : '. ,. :
was fully
: : ;:: : :
IS PROPOSED thirds of all the pupils in the public this for long, and the police, we i i I-- :' :- : .
f when the matter is :?-D' ,, G
quite
schools were defective in some man- are sure ]:, A' II t '; 0'-
ner-over 200,000 out of a total en called to their attention, will be on :: ; f ,.r. "-' : > '- u "- -.. :".- : -
< :
EFFORT WILL BE, :MADE TO ; .-,: -;-. .. ..> > :. _
f rollment of more than 300,000.In the lookout for the mashers. They .' .- .
LEGISLATURETO I
GET NEXT many cases the defects in chil- usually make their advances when noI -

PROVIDE FOR IT dren are easily remedied if pointedout gentleman is near and fear of pub- :;:;! 'o;;;:'-i: :: ;::" C+: >:;:; ?.::}:o.:>;!:'.;:::: -:': ::=::> :__-:'; :".:;..,"::;0"t. '- :- :.;. .-/:__-: ".:.;:.:::_::::';:-'-";.,,":_':_/ :.:::- ':.:t.\:.::(/f;-': :'-,':
' in time but if neglected as the licity often prevents the ladies from ....
Sanford Physician Urged Matter child older it'is calling assistance."If .
to -
r grows impossible ------ -- --
if Before City Council Yes- correct them and he is compelled to the practice is not stopped, WOMAN AND CHILD HIT BY BUL- $2.50 CHARGE ON CATTLE CARS ;; ONLY 500 REBELS IN SOUTH
terday, Requesting Sup- fgo I through life under a handicap that there will be something doing that LETS ON AMERICAN SIDE ,i AFRICA
port of That Body ,,might have been removed if proper will cure the evil without resort to Washington, Oct. 116.-The Inter-I London, Oct. 16.-Gen. Botha, the
precautions had been taken. The'advantage law," declared a prominent citizen Naco, Ariz., Oct. 16.-A Mexican state Commerce Commission premier of the Union of South Africa,
to-I
Dr. Miller, of Sanford, appeared before of state inspection is ob- last night. The police would do wellto woman and a Mexican child were day that a charge of $2.50 a car has sent a force to deal with Col.
the city council yesterday after- viously the only uniform system, as be on the lookout for the class of wounded here today by stray bullets cleaning and disinfecting cars, imposed -I Maritz and the rebels under his com
noon and urged that body to assist in each municipality or county could not men who stand on the street making from the battlefield at Naco, Sonora. upon the owners of cattle, was I mand. According to an official tele-
an effort ot secure the passage of a afford to secure the specialist absolutely disrespectful remarks and ogling at Two shells from Governor Maytore- reasonable and not discriminatory. gram from the South African government j
bill through the next Florida legisla- essential to proper inspection, passing ladies. Orlando is'too fine a na's guns burst on the American side the rebelion is not so seriousas
ture providing for state inspection of and some counties and cities would be city for the ladies to be kept off' the but did no damage.We NEW ARRIVALWe was feared. It is said that them
public schools. Dr. Miller made, avery negligent or neglectful of its necessity streets for fear of being insulted, have just opened a large new n under Maritz do not exceed 500,
interesting and instructive ad- .,, t I either by night or day. insure your lire and loan YOU stock af table linen, art linen, shirt including Germans, and that as the
- dress, which.favorably impressed' the money on real estate at 6 cent. waist linen, towels, napkins, white Dutch farmers are flocking to Gen.
council. H. Kanner's great sale continues H. Kanner's great sale continues interest. Guarantee Life & ban Co., counterpanes, and blankets. Get our Botha's standard Maritz is not likelyto
Curry Bcilding, Tampa, Fla. prices before you buy.
One of the illustrations he gave of I,I until November 1st. 11-tf until November 1st. 11-tf 3-25-d&wtf 10-13-6t W. M. SLEMONS. receive any large acquisitions.

.
--
-- -- ----- ---- --
.11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111' IMMMMMIMMMMMMIMIMMMtitAlilllMMIMMMIIMMIMM I".r. . . . . . . ..
11111 11111 MMM 11 II I lil M I MMMMMMMIMAt '





THE BIG STORE SATURDAY A





4
.

A Few lots of Choice Merchandise at very UNUSUAL PRICES. We know you will find some every-day needs ,

among the many articles on sale, and that you will make a great saving, if you will do your buying Saturday !


,...

SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS, Continued '
Specials I All Day Grocery Department, All d ay'Specials

Free Free Free on Third Floor

MESSALINE SATINS, a soft dress Satin, rich WITH EVERY PURCHASE OF ONE ALUMINUM

in colors and quality, Light Blue, Pink, EXTRA FANCY MAINE POTATOESper peck 2 5 C COFFEE PERCULATOR, $3-25 AND ONE ALUMINUM
finis, Nile, Alice, Copenhagen, Belguin,
Green, Amethyst, Brown and Navy, 36 in- \N"--) MAKING A TOTAL OF> $3.50, WE WILL
ches wide, $1.00 quality -x- 85c BONITA ASPARAGUS TIPS, 35 cent value_ 25c GIVEN ABSOLUTELY FREE:

1-4 Quart Aluminum Lip Sauce Pan, with

GOODY, GOODY, LEMON CLING PEACHES cover, value .-'. . . . $1.00 ,
TAFFETA SILKS Pure Chiffon finish
as soft as satin, rich colorings Dye, new even-, 30 cent value________________________ 20c 1-5 Quart Aluminum Kettle, value. .. 98c !!

' ing shades and white, 36 inches wide, 1-lQuart Aluminum Lip Sauce Pan, value 39c

$1.50 quality ______________________.___ $1.00 BAKERS COCOA, per can ---------------- 20c 1-3 Quart Aluminum Pudding Pan, value 55c i
Making the total value of the Set, 6.23, for all

BOYS HATS, an exceptionally large line to -A FANCY CRANBERRIES, per quart -------- lOc 1 t
choose from, in all the latest fall styles__ OUC t. .. .r..r o

SERVE-US FLOUR, 24 lb. sacks, $1.00 value 80c
.
LADIES KIMONAS, made of Flannelette and
BOYS PANTS, a splendid line in wool mixt- 12- Crepes. A splendid line of new designs ,
FLOUR Ib. sacks 50c. value 40c
SERVE-US
in and Browns extra well made the regular is and
ures, Grays an good price $1.75 A. t
value at 5UC $2.00, your choice )1.00
----------------------------- ---------------------
_ Saturday Night Specials I

MENS TROUSERS, a large showing of all the FROM 7 TO 10 O'CLOCK. DRESSING SACQUES, made of Flannellette, 1
newest and best Fall Styles, and at prices beautiful line of patterns, 75 cent value__ 49C

that will surely make them sell, $3.00, An Extra Big Saturday Night Special; this '

: $3.501.00, $5.00 and ---------------- $6.00 lot consists of Challies, Flannelette, FAY IDEAL STOCKINGS, need no supporters,
Crepes and dozens of other good Fall 5c button at the waist, Black and White, value 19'i
to 50 cents for
C up
--------------------
St)les. This is the best bargains we

: JELLY GLASSES, two sizes, extra special have ever offered, values up to 25 cents, /
they last, per dozen_____________ 24c your choice . .... .'. ._ _ SWIFTS' PREMIUM HAMS, per pound______ 221while C i ; ;: :





'z The Yowell-Duckworth Co.I; i ;: !




Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality Did 11."



.'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. Kilt IIIC MM >+-' MM'4IMMIMl3iaiMMMIMMIMMMMbwMMIMMMMIl 'I'I"III'IIII. 'I'IIIIIIIII.III'IIIIIII'IIIII"'I"I" .
f+w iiMMMMMMMMIMMMMIMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMBMM MMMMMMMMMMM MM. liMMMMMMMMMitlilMMMtlMi 11111.01&111117 .

.
_

:.. ; s;::.-_ "" ; "'.}oii.. --- .. ... .-. ', ".. ., -" .x,_.. {-.Q 4...' ,<<;.... '" -t'" Y_""" {s_'- '.k';:eo-ra ';;:"'''':i 4' .' ::}_,...a ,;&-... ].......-i'liIi c .ss, "rimer"" ,. ...."'___ ,- .... i iZ it