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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: October 20, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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)LUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1914. NUMBER 215.




. BRITISH WARSHIPS GREATLY AID ALLIESFIRING I




ON GERMAN LAND FORCES THEY CREATE TERROR Relief For Cotton Growers Still

t AND ENABLE HEROIC BELGIANS TO DRIVE
$$600,000 GOOD ROADS
INVADERS FROM STRONG POSITIONS
Important Question in Congress::

Indications Are Turkey is ,Preparing to -

Washington, Oct. 19.-Special.-( threat, was given oat that unless con
BOND ISSUE( IS DECLARED
1 The War
Enter The hope of administration leaders to gress took some step to relieve the

. rush the war tax bill through confer- cotton growers, Southern senators
who have been urging action will quit I"
Allies Made Substantial Gains Yesterday in France and Belgium ence and adjourn within the next dayor

e, -French Aviator Blows Up Track in Front of German two was thrown into confusion today the The capital effect and of go this home.would be to deprive -'
LEGAL( B BY! SUPREME E COURT
Trains-British Battleship Reported Badly by Southern senators and repre- the senate of a quorum. It
sentatives who are trying to force would prevent the senate adopting the j
t Damaged at Tsingtau congress to extend aid to the cotton conference report on the war tax bill I -

Paris, Oct. 19.-Special.-British( warships, cannonading the growers.will not adjourn It is now before believed the end congress of the and Apparently prevent adjournment.in an effort to mollifythe LlllE EVACUATED AND RESULT OF FRIENDLY SUIT

German land forces who had opened a terrific bombardment of week. indignant Southerners, the president I TO DETERMINE VALIDITY -

the allies' entrenched position between Nieuport, ten miles west In the house Representative Henry, I has announced that he hoped to | OF ISSUE '
GERMANS FALL BACK
of Ostend on the Belgian North sea coast, and Dixmude, south-I I of Texas, prevented the sending of see the Smith-Lever warehouse bill i ,
the bill to conference, and in the senate -I passed before adjournment and will :
struck terror to the hearts
ward on the Ypres canal, today, 1
intimation to a'' its I HALF MillION FOR BRICK ROADS'
equivalent
an
urge passage.
invaders by a flanking and enfilading fire and broke the force of HEAVY SIEGE GUNS BEING


the The attack.Belgians, fighting on their own soil to regain their country, GENEROUS PROPOSAL OF DR. C. D. !I BROUGHT TACK ON UP DUNKIRK FOR AT- Bonds Have Already Been Sold,

dashed forward and in a desperate counter attack hurled the Ger- r Evacuation file-Made Neces- the Purchasers Having For-

mans back. This is the first time in the war in the north that feit Deposited With the
vessels of any of the belligerents have effectively aided the land t i sary by Fall of Laventiae

forces in their operations.The CHRIST INSURES TOURIST REST ROOM !|!1 and Estaires CommunicationsLondon Threatening County-OfficialsThe j

German attack on this section of the allies' front in north- 1- six hundred thousand dollars

ern Belgium was directed in a frantic effort to break through HE OFFERS TO ERECT A't and H. L. Beeman were added to the Oct. 19.-"The advance of good roads bond issue for Orange
along the coast and secure a foothold along French coast line posi- committee having the matter in the German force threatening the county has been validated by the 1

tions before the strength of the allies has become so great as to BUILDING AND DONATEITS charge, and it was the understandingthat northern French sea coast has been Florida supreme court in a friendlysuit t
to test its legality, and the i
USE work would begin on the buildingat halted for the moment, says the cor-
bar their progress without resort to frontal attacks with its con- '
last obstacle to the beginning of the
of the Chronicle in northern -
once and it will be rushed to com- respondent
sequent and inevitable carnage.In pletion.For ,, France. "The Germans suffered paving of many miles with brick and
the between Arras and Roye the allies made several marl has been The bonds ;
region
BUILDING Will COST $$3,000 the advertising fund committeeMr. heavily in the recent fighting and are overcome.
gains today after hammering unmercifully at General Von Kluk's J. Hi Reese.reported $720 paid in. short of munitions and stores. However were voted by a big majority at a -t

army, which has been trying to cut through the allies' left wingin Secretary C. E. Howard reported a they are preparing to strike a special election on November 11, 1913,
this Greatly Increased Number of $500,000 to be used in paving with y
region.In greatly increased number of inquiries heavy blow. It is probable that they
the district of LaBassee, sixteen miles northwest of Arras, Inquiries About Orlando from homeseekers and tourists. will attempt to penetrate the defensesof brick the principal' roads of the coun- 1

the allies gained thirty-five miles after ten days of furious fight- $720 Paid in to Adver- Dunkirk with the object of over- ty and the remaining $100,000 in paving -
with marl, clay other material
running the French coast as far as or J
ing, according to a bulletin tonight. Gains are also claimed for
tising FundA HAYTIEN REBELS TAKE Calais and Boulogne. The heavy of less important highways. !
the allies on the eastern battle line around Chaulnes, St. Mihiel siege guns from Antwerp are being The suit upon which the supreme i

and in Alsace. happy solution of the tourists' moved toward the present German court rendered its decision was '
rest room problem was offered and I CAPE HA YTIENI line while large bodies of German ,brought in the name of Mr. H. H. i

INDICATIONS ARE THAT TURKEY IS PREPARING TO accepted at the meeting of the Boardof troops are being pushed forward. A : Dickson and carried to the highest 1

ENTER AR Trade last night, through the gen- I numerous force of Germans is centered -I I court in the state after the lower ;
erosity and public spirit of Dr. C. D. AMERICAN MARINES HAVE at Thourot, twelve miles south- courts had declared the bond issue
London, Oct. 19.-Special.-Indications( that Turkey is aboutto Christ. I LANDED AND ARE IN west of Bruges, Belgium. legal. It was a friendly suit to satisfy -
enter the European war comes from various sources. A dispatch I -
For the committee having the mat- I CHARGE SITUATION "Dunkirk is calm, although it real- the purchasers and insure the legality -
from Bucharest states that the Russian ambassador at
ter in charge, Chairman J. N. Brad- I izes it is menaced. Along the frontof of the issue. i
Constantinople has moved the official archives to Odessa; the I
shaw reported two available locations Rebels Entered the City in an both armies, duty in the trenchesis The bonds have already been sold '
Russian fleet is cleared for action and is cruising in the Black sea, '
I New York firm and of
-one at the corner of East Pine made more unpleasant by heavy to a $6,000
and finally, a train with 150 'car loads of artillery, ammunition : Orderly Manner and There
and Court streets, the property of rains, and the ground between the their money is on deposit with the
and war material, bound from Germany to Turkey, has been Has Been No ,Disorder
Mrs. Wm. Smith, at a, rental of $40 armies in many cases is a bog. The county officials to bind the deal. How-
seized by the Roumanian government. .
per month, the Board of Trade to put I i of Any_ Kind. weather is turning colder. ever, the bonds must be printed and
the room in proper condition, and the I i Lille Evacuated by the Berman in the hands of the purchasers by the I
BRILLIANT EXPLOIT OF FRENCH AVIATOR HOLDS UP '
other the Grannis room on Pine Cape Haytien, Hayti, Oct. 19. The "Lille has been evacuated by the 'last day in this month or they may

GERMAN TRAINS street, rental unknown.The I i| latest development in the Haytien Germans for the third time," says the decline to take them and recover their (
Paris, Oct. 19Special.Thirty( ) German trains are strandedin scarcity of suitable rooms revolution is the occupation today of Telegraph's correspondent in the deposit. Should the bonds be printed i
France as the result of a brililant exploit by a French aviator. brought forth the suggestion that the ''I Cape Haytien by the victorious reb- north of France. "This evacuationwas land offered the purchasers before

The man drove his airship across the German lines, unperceivedin Board of Trade might erect a build-I els. made necessary by the allies' November 1st and should they decline

a dense fog, and dropped eighteen bombs, blowing up the Terg- ing for the purpose. Then came Dr. I American marines from the war- capture of Laventiae and Estaires, i to take them on account of the financial -
nier railway station and partially destroying the viaduct. The Christ's very liberal proposition. He 'ships in the harbor have landed and which forced the Germans to hastily I stringency caused by the European '

airship returned undamaged to the French lines. proposed to build a one-story brick I are in control of the situation. The leave the pain between Hazebrouck I war, the six thousand dollars

building on the lot adjoining his new rebels entered in an orderly manner and Lille. Ion deposit with the county will be
BERLIN REPORT SAYS GERMANS HAVE REACHED THE building on Central avenue at a cost and there have been no excesses. "Everywhere along our left flankwe forfeited.

VICINITY OF DUNKIRK of $3,000, the Board of Trade to have The ministry of President Samore, have been successful and the Ger- I i Chairman M. O. Overstreet of the

London, Oct. 19.-Special.-A( ) Marconi wireless dispatch the use of it for two years by payingthe realizing that it was not in a position mans are falling back under pressure 1 board of county commissioners left
from Berlin says the following report was issued today: "Ger- interest on that amount. I to control the situation, left Cape which they can not resist. It is, not Saturday for New York, and though 1
man forces have reached the neighborhood of Dunkirk. Heavy This generous and public-spirited I Haytien today on the dispatch boat even certain that they will hold Os- he did not announce his business, it
fighting is taking place at Dixmude and Roulars. The inhab- proposition was eagerly accepted by I Pacifique. The entry into Cape Hay- tend. Refugees tell me that there is understood he will look after the
itants of Dunkirk and Boulogne are in flight." the Board of Trade, the tourists' rest tien follows the recent rebel victoryon were no Germans in Ostend on Fri- printing of the bonds and delivery to f
room committee was authorized to the north coast near Limonade, the purchasers at once. It is feared
day."The
BRITISH BATTLESHIP BADLY DAMAGED AT TSINGTAU close up the contract at once, and a after which the president retreatedin German army has not been that should the purchasers fail to
Oct. vote of thanks was extended to Dr. the direction of Grand Riviere and defeated in the western theater of its take them there may be trouble in
Washington, 19.-Special.-The( ) German embassy
gave
Christ. other government forces withdrew towards action, but its position is one of extreme disposing of so large an issue just at
this
out statement
tonight: "Reliable news from San Franciscosays
: The British battleship'Triumph was heavily damaged Messrs. C. P. Dow, S. A. Johnson l Cape Haytien. peril. The allies took Bailleul, this time,'but the parties agreeing to
t seventeen miles northwest by west of purchase them have shown no indica-
whilst bombarding the Tsingtau forts, together with the Japanese
ships, by shell fire from the howitzers of the fortress, and had to Lille, on Thursday. tion of backing down from their prop-
withdraw immediately.' Trial Mrs. Carmen For Murder) osition.

TURKEY WILL NOT DISCHARGE

ADVENTISTS END ANNUAL for their Sunday reports night of the meeting meeting.The was. an Mrs. Bailey Began Yesterday! GERMANS WARSHIPS FROM TWO JAPS ADMIT lOSS CRUISER

especially interesting one and more --

CAMP MEETING than $11,000 was pledged for mis- Mineola, N. Y., Oct. .-(Special.) Her consultation finished, Mrs. Bailey Constantinople, Turkey, via Lon- J. IN KIAOCHOYI BAY
: don, Oct. 19.The porte has declinedto
sions. The for
meeting place next -Mrs. Florence Conklin Carman was rose to leave and Dr. Carman
year has not been decided upon but it put on trial for her life here today, stepped to open the door. Just then discharge the German crews of I
WILL PROBABLY RETURNTO is probable Orlando will be selected. charged with the murder of Mrs. there was a crash of glass at the win- the cruisers Goeben and Breslau i'OUT OF CREW OF 357 ONLY
which have been in Turkish waters i 1 ..
ORLANDO FOR NEXT I IYEAR'S Louise Bailey, who was mysteriouslyshot dow. Dr. Carman saw a revolver TEN MEN WERESAVED
since in the hostilities and
,
I I NEGRO WHO SHOT WHITE WOMAN in the consulting room of the thrust through the hole and, threw early
SESSION which are said to have been sold by I
LYNCHED NEAR accused woman's husband, a physi- himself flat. A shot rang out. Mrs.
cian, June 30, last. Bailey sank to the floor, crying, "I'm Germany to the Turkish government.This Claimed the Cruiser Takachiho
About Five
Hundred
LAKE CITY
Delegates in to
The death of Mrs. Bailey in the shot!" and died in a few seconds. reply was given answer Struck German Mine While -
in Attendance and Over I the British representations regardingthe
Two in the doctor's
anteroom
home of a widely known Freeport men
$11,000 Pledged for Missions Lake City, Fla., Oct. 19.Saturdaynight continued presence of Germanson Engaged in Patrol
practitioner and within a few yardsof rushed in. Dr. Carman said he looked
Sunday NightThe a negro by the name of Tom the famous Merrick road, the main I out the window but too late to see board these two vessels. Duty
Junior was arrested at Gum swamp highway from New York to Montauk any one. He then telephoned to a The government has now shelved
by the constable from district No. 8 the matter, declaring it to be a do- Tokio, Japan, Oct. 19.-It is officially II
annual : meeting of the Point, excited: the residents of that physician living across the street and
camjjj
Seventh Day Ad. fists closed Sun- and taken in an automobile before section to a high pitch, and today I half an hour later notified the coroner mestic question, although it had pre- announced that the Japanese I

day night, after cBinuing for eigh- Mrs. Robinson, who positively identi- there was an enormous throng around and the police. A search of the viously given repeated assurances cruiser Takachiho was sunk by a minein I
teen days at the faijBlfounds, and yes- fied him as being the negro who shot the little red and white court house, I grounds disclosed no better clew than that these Germans would be repa- Kiau Chan bay the night of Octo-

terday the delegate ere packing up and seriously wounded her on many times as many as could possibly i a safety pin and the fact a piece of triated. ber 17. One officer and nine members rf
and leaving for tQiY: homes: The Wednesday.The crowd into the room where Mrs. Car- j I shingle had been used to prop up the of the crew are known to have
meeting here was the largest and party then, being sure they man's fate was to be decided. I screen of the window through which RAILWAY BLAMED FOR WRECK been saved. "
most enthusiastic ever held in the had the right man, started for this Mrs. Bailey was the wife of W. D. I I the shot had been fired and this WHICH KILLED 43 The Takachiho was on patrol duty

,state, nearly five hundred delegates city to lodge the prisoner in jail, but Bailey, a well to do hat manufacturer.Their : screen had been unfastened from the outside Tsingtau when she fouled the
being in attendance, with ministers of before they reached here the news home life had been happy and inside. Washington, Oct. 19.Inefficiencyof mine. Japanese destroyers heard the ,
the denomination from cities throughout had spread by telephone and a large they had two young children. On The jury which will decide the fate the train order system was as- explosion and saw the flames that re- ;
thecounrty.. posse of determined men relieved the the fatal evening she had been visit- of Mrs. Carman was chosen late this signed by the Interstate Commerce sulted. They hurried to the assist-

At the closing service resolutionswere party of the negro and strung him up ing a friend and she stopped in Dr. i afternoon. Throughout the entire Commissoin as the principal cause ofa ance of the cruiser, which, however,
adopted thanking the people of and riddled him with bullets. Carman's office about eight o'clock in proceedings she was absolutely digni- head-on collision on the Kansas disappeared quickly and in the dark-

,Orlando for their hospitality, the fair the course of her trip home. Thereis i fied, confident, and composed. She City Southern railway near Tipton ness it was possible to rescue only
association for the use of the grounds, Office box letter files, 25 cents. Of- some doubt concerning the natureof : often nodded her approval or shook Ford, Mo., on August 5th, in which twelve men. Twenty-eight officers,
the Baptist church for the use of their fice supplies of all kinds. Prices the her illness. She had never con- : her head in disapproval as her coun- forty-three persons were killed and fifty-four non-commissioned officers .
seats, and the newspapers of the city lowest. Curtis & O'Neal. sulted Dr. Carman before. sel questioned the prospective jurors. thirty-eight were injured. and 189 seamen perished.

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ROLLINS COLLEGEThe ,their own judgments in the matter.
i:The talks will be held at the Thursday -
regular meeting of the Y. M.4 Assembly time every two"weeks, Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. W. S. BRANCH,
C. A. on Tuesday was addressed by and will consist of reviews of some ,
>President Blackman. He spoke informally ''of the principal books which bear on For the last Twenty-five Years. The Arcade Book and Music Store
on the general subject oft :the situation. President Blackman'stalk
the proper spirit for college men. He,, set forth simply and clearly the I
said that he would like to hear more geographical considerations which
of the old college songs and more form so important a factor in the'!',
public speaking, and then told of sev- j!present crisis and presented some j
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talk was very interesting, and inspired Oct. 29. Professor B. Blackman- i VIA"Clyde
those who heard it to follow Review of Usher's "Pan-Germanism."'
his suggestion. Nov. 5. Professor Lenhart-Review I i __
The reception committee of the Y. of Bernhardt's "Germany and the Line"First
:;. M. C. A. is busily preparing the pro- Next War." I BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
gram of entertainment for the state Nov. 19. Professor Palmer-Review LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
conference,which will be held in Winter I of G ave's "Secrets of the Ger-
Class Meals
Park beginning next Thursday, man War Office." Effective from August 1, 1914 to August and Berth IncludedThis
I and against reduc-
guaranteed any
October 22nd. The >citizens of the Dec. 3. Professor Hyde-Review 1,1915
town will help along the cause by entertaining of the "White Papers." tion during that time:
the visitng delegates and Dec. 17. Professor Powers"European -I Car $555.00Runabout special rate good on any of the Company's
in addition to the religious program Armaments." Touring steamers August 22nd to October 17th
excursions by automobile and boat Jan. 7. Dean Enyart-Review of j 505.00F. I inclusive.
and other recreations will be provided. Angell's "The Great Illusion." O. B. Orlando. All car fully equipped. t
The young men on the committee I
Farther we will be able to obtain the mmiinom efficiency: I Return Limit 10 Days
s are determined that this confer- OUR IDEAS OF A GOOD TIME in our factory production= and the minimum cost in our I
ence shall be the best ever held in purchasing and .ale department if.we reach an output of I
this state and "a successful and enjoyable Paying taxes. 309.000 can between reach the this above production dates.And we agree to pay a. Ii i Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville J[every

mould
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time is assured. Housecleaning.Reading the buyer- .hare from S40 to SCO per car (on or about I Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.$
who purch.w. a new
The Thursday Asembly this week Henry James. A.pat Ford car I.IMS between t. every August retail 1. UU buyer: and Aun.t 1. IMS.
was addressed by President Black- Starting a hard coal fire. For further particular* retarding these low price and profitharinc -
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phy and Causes of the War." This is Attending a students' re itaL J
F. G. RUSH.
the first of a series of talks on the Beating a deacon in a horse trade. H. G. WENZEL Fla. Pass. Agent
' present situation in Europe, in whichan Buttoning wife's dress up the back.I Phone 226 ,
attempt will be made to presentan Trying to get a pass on a railroad. I
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impartial review of the factors involved Trying to get something for nothi i
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Sebring is not quite three year's old; was located right in the forest, and yet today it has paved streets, cement walks, electric

lights, water works, modern hotel, WHITE WAY, bank, churches, school, newspaper, modern conveniences in homes and offices and
many business houses; ice plant, plaining mill, lumber yards and homes, and brick blocks that would not be out of place in a large city.

The Ridge lies about 200 feet above sea level and is pretty sure of a breeze from the sea gulf much of the time.

Sebring is surrounded by several fresh clear soft-water lakes, that are fairly alive with fish, and great bouncing big fellows, too,

many of them are. The town is located on Lake Jackson, a most beautiful body of water, five miles long and three wide. Around

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terday morning Santa Claus forgotto TlieCatliedraiSctiool

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promptly if they want their presentsto
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( a Pell-Clark Scho l)
reach the children of Europe by F'P7N I
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Intermediate and Academic. GtadeaMasieArtElocutionPby.ical -
weeks before Christmas day if theyare Culture
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the children orphaned by the war. : Home Life-Capable Teachers. .
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I CONVENTIONThe tions from every state may be full
I' and representative of the very best

National American Woman suffrage activity. yur"' 1wftibwt EVEYDAYONLY
Suffrage Association issues this the Information about hotels entertain- ,01L

call for its forty-sixth annual conven- ment, the program, etc., will be given 5
AND 10 CENTS.
tion. It summons the delegates of its later. ONLY 5 AND 10 LENTS(

sixty member-associations to meet to- Plan now to attend the convention

gether for inspiration and for coun- without fail."Orange MARKETOf


sel.Being met, they are to hear from county has subscribed for TOMORROW.

each other of victories won, of prog- 3,000 copies of its local newspapersto Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH

ress rapid and ever more rapid to- be mailed to prospective home- "The "
Jewels
wards our mighty goal of the na seekers," says the Bradentown Her- AND SALT MEATS Queen's ,

tion's constantly widening sympathywith ald. "Newspaper advertising is the

our high aim. Our task will be i best that is to be had and the Orange FISH AND GAME An Italia" special feature in FOUR

to formulate judgment on those great i county officials are wise in taking Kept under the best sanitary conditions. BIG PARTS. ,
issues of the day which nearly con- I advantage of it." The plan of :
Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh
cern women; to choose the leaders sending out considerable numbers of j

who, during the coming year, are to I'local papers to people interested in a and pure. "The Wedding Present "
guide the fortunes of*our cause; and section is not new-but its excellenceas We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We lUl" ;

finally to deliberate how the whole a means of getting new settlers is everything in the Meat Line.

national body may on the one hand unsurpassed. People looking towardsa A George Kleine feature, in two parts. j

best give aid and succor to the states county or a section of country may The PARLOR MARKETH.

working for their own enfranchisement believe some of the things they see in THINK OF IT 1

and on the other, press for fed- circular letters and special printing; 1t t
M. Self & Co.
eral action in behalf of the women of but the local newspaper printed pri- Two 'features for
big five
the nation at large. May our resolu- marily for the people of its immedi- only i

tions and conclusions be born of wis- ate neighborhood, is taken at par, PINE STREET and ten cents.

dom and power, be inspired by that and conditions shown are not doubtedor

deep sense of kinship and sympathy, questioned. The newspaper, as Phone No. 80 ,1j i

potent to warm the heart and fire the has been the case for many years, is j

will to further effort, which springs the best advertising medium.TimesUnion. -

from intercourse with fellow workers ....eu I I II- I III 0 II I U I.e 2 II III III J 1111II II' II WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ? j jl
gathered together from far and wide.

Since the last convention met, all ORLANDO'S PROGRESSIVE BUSI- FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
I ROLLINS COLLEGE Winter! Park
has fallen FOR WOMEN
upon the horror,the civilized of a great world.war The heartsof NESS MEN TALLAHASSEE. GAINESVILLE -J

thousands of women' have ,been Orlando must have the most pro- and Most Beautiful Grounds in Florida College of Arts and Science;Normal School:
of Oldest College School of Music School
term for the death and wounds class of business of ; of Expression! ;
gressive men any School of Art Extension Division
those they bore, of those they love. town of its size in the, United States. College, Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Arts::., Do- School: Modern; Gymnasium: with;swimmingpool Graduate Law 8 ;Colleges Engineering and ;Divisions Agriculture; Liberal; Teachen Arts

Yet never has their will and power to Please point out a town :with Orlan- mestic and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Course. modern; basket buildings ball ;and beautiful tennis campus courts. new; dormi and College.; Graduate Experiment SchooL Station Ten;new Extension brick build-Division
help been greater never man's need steam heat electric fire tories have all modem conveniences: new I ings, besides ,
do's population that supports two Twelve buildings, lights, pro- dining room and kitchen most gymnasium swimming pool and
of such help been more clearly seen. first-class daily newspapers. Talla- tection, fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dol- 'I Florida; 418 ;young ladies from hygienic 49 counties in many subsidiary and assistants.buildings. 864 61 officers;young ,Ben instructors -

We, who are spared the anguish of hassee, the capital of Florida, about lar endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ, and TUITION 12 states FREE hut session.in College and Normal I foreign countries Florida counties.last session.wad 24 States and

war, well understand that as weightis the same in population as Orlando, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new SchooL Borrd and entrance fees for the I TUITION .FREE. Board and Entrance Fees
given in the world's affairs to the year 124.0Qt For catalogue write $132.60 per year. Write today: for catalogue
makes a miserable showing in keep- rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New I EDWARD CONRADL President. A. A. MWRPHREE. President.
. voice of women moved as men are ing one weekly alive.-Raiford Tri- chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every

not, by all the tragic waste of battles, bune. modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water. -
the chances of such slaughter must for linnM 1111111111 II II 1111111111111111111'THE
Preparation engineering course.

perpetually diminish. Now is the TRAFFIC THROUGH PANAMA Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, CHASE
time when all things point to the violence CANAL GREATER THAN Christian. but undenominational; expenses moderate. & CO
that rules the world, now is the
I WAS A "TICIPATEDWashington. Scholarships available. For catalogue address
very time to press our claim to a PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs

share in the guidance of our country's -I WJLLIAM' FREMONT\ BLACKHAN
fortunes to urge that woman'svision I Oct. 17.-Despite the modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-

must second and rectify that general check on business in consequence Ph. D. LL. D.. President.HIMIMtlMMII date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the
of the
I I European war and interference -
of man.
by war vessels with the . .' IIMIHilMIOOIilMMIIIMMof PROPER PACKING:
Let us, then in convention assembled
i i I shipping of belligerent nations traffic -
FIRST AID TO
kindle with the thought that, as
the Panama canal in the
we consider methods for the political I through HIGHEST PRICESwhich
first month and a half of its commer- caLSlafs
enfranchisement of our sex, our wider
cial service, exceeded the expecta- business phase oftbedt- however would not accomplish the end desired
purpose is to free women and to enable ALEADISG Yotk. N rus industry hoebeenneRlectedin
woman's conception of life, in all tions of Colonel Goethals. Up to October to whom II friend A f by the grower if he did not also have available the ser-
7th hundred vessels had ofourssentacoP7oftbe : the Buckeye buraerlea I vices of
one
its aspects to find expression. Thenwoman's Buckeye Nurseries cata- g catalog. From the ae-
passed through the canal since its log, referred to it in hies : : location tote .
horror of war and of all letter of acknowledge- trove to the marketing
woman's opening and the traffic was increas- meat as"The daue fruit text- of the crop, everything U fully THE CHASE & CO
needless misery, indignationat book.'' This to erectly what we treated. There are DO theories: .
the exploitation of her sister wo- ing rapidly though this has unfortu- 80ugbt to make tbe catalot1 and set forth-all the advice the
we are gratified to bee Ie;60 I'C- book gives Is based on ezyerttariled
man, woman's care for and wise nately been checked temporarily by b71ta read_ ence In fruit growing. SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
the new slide in the Culebra cut.
of the child
the needs will
stress upon $ which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, experienced -
become operative. Let us set a fresh A Guide to Citrus Fruit Culture competent and reliable.
seal upon the great new loyalty of
t
women to women; let our responsebe WHY SUFFER ANYSTOMACH GIVES THE GROWER

felt in the deep tide of fellowship The Buckeye Nurseries CatalogBuckeye HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS

and understanding between all women: I DISTRESSWhen I .
Nurseries trees-this has been
which today is rising round the world. grow superior CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED

(Signed) Anna Howard Shaw Mi-o-na Is a Quick and Effective their successful accomplishment for more thirty years. j GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTSCkJ

Jane Addams, Madeline Breckinridge RemedyIf Our interest in the trees does not end with the sale to I

Caroline Ruutz-Rees Susan Walker your stomach is continually the grove owner, however. We want them to thrive
kicking disturbance causing I
up a SE; & co.
Fitzgerald, Katherine Dexter McCormick distress after eating, heartburn, and bear profitable crops-and purchasers of Buckeyetrees .. .. ,
Harriet Burton Laidlaw Louise coated taste of food, I
tongue gas sour !
assistance this end.
deKoven Bowen, General Officers of .I and you feel blue irritable and nervous are given every possible to Main Office, Jacksonville, Florida
yoc are suffering from indigestion A. It. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla.

frage the National Association.American Woman Suf- t I j It's needless and dyspepsia.for you to suffer and The Book Typifies Buckeye ServiceBuckeye i f 9-30-d&w

Headquarters, 505 Fifth Ave., New i i now is the time to quickly stop the MMMtMliliiMlllltMtCiMilMMiMeCMIMilMIIM. . . III..III'I..JIII.'I. ..
York City. t(distress and regulate your stomach. Service to planters Buckeye trees has become almostas

The convention will be held by invitation !' Simply, get from McElroy's} Phar-I well known as the quality of the trees themselves. Our com- : 99M i
or drug store some
of the Tennessee Equal Suf- 'I macy tablets-a any simple prescription plete and helpful catalog has been for years a most importantfactor I Ii

frage League in Nashville, Tennessee I does more than give quick and lasting of this service. The new edition is by far the most i .South Apopka Nurseries.

November 12th to 17th, inclusive.It 1 j relief. Mi-o-na soothes the irritated I attractive and comprehensive catalog we have published. i i
lining of the stomach and stimulates
I II today for free if citrus fruits.
will be in many respects the I the flow of the digestive juices so'I' copy you grow All the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange | ;

most important convention in the his- that what you eat is quickly converted Nurseries ; ; Trees thrifty, well-rooted and clear of all diseases. ; ;
of the national association. Plans into healthful nourishment, then Buckeye
I'
tory i New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family
well
you are and strong, and no longer -
must be made for winning the enfran- worry about trifles or have restless 10 36 Citizens Bank Building FREE- Address *

chisement of the women of the whole nights.Do Tampa, Fla.BuckeyeTrees. E
country in the speediest and most I not allow indigestion to wreck

practicable manner. your some health Mi-o-na and tablets happiness at once-they but get ...South Apopka Nurseries...
Team work and far-sighted intelligence -I '
i! are cheap and harmless. T&Ti :
are needed, as never before. BearSend OCOEE, FLORIDA
I
Will all those who can serve as del- I i Give your ad. a chance to make 9-4-tf I

egates please notfiy the officers of good-run it in the Sentinel.
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THE DAILY BAPTISTS CLOSE ASSOCIATIONAL KUHL AVENUE CLOSED FOR POTATOES WILL WIN -

South Florida Sentinel I YEAR ABOUT THREE WEEKS :::::::I ::::I':::I'
With millions of acres of land in 1F
t MORNING AND WEEKLY 1, The Baptist people are encouragedto Commissioner S. A. Johnson re- Florida, thousands of acres of whichare F
note a considerable increase in at- quests the Sentinel to that -
k JOSIAH FERRIS. Edits and Owner' say Kuhl lying absolutely idle, and manyof
-- tendance at their services. Many avenue is closed and will remain which has been cleared and only
Entered at tk* pottoffiec at Orlando. Florida members who have been away on vacations closed for about three weeks while needs the attention of some one com-

a* Seeond Claw Mail Matter. are returning and taking their the paving is being laid. Parties petent to plant and care for the crops fAll INDICATIONS/ !

if: SUBSCRIPTION RATES places in the ranks. coming to the city will find a good that could be grown, and with pota-
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00
Daily, 6 Months ...................... 2.50 The music rendered by an unus- road by turning to the left at the city toes as one of the most prolific and
;:' Daily 3 Months ...................... 1-25 ually large choir was exceptionally limits. The curbing is under way and profitable crops that could be grown,
Daily. 1 Month ....................... 60
good much to the credit of Mr. Geo. as soon as a few blocks are curbed there is no reason why there should
\l ...................... $1.00
weekly 1 Year
director of the choir. the brick will "Every day draws
W.
laying us
\ Weekly. II Months .................... .15 Phillips, begin and be not be millions of bushels more nearer
There were about two hundred and rushed to completion as rapidly as grown than are. And even if the to our Stock CompJetion. Day

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN fifty registered in the Sunday school possible. price per bushel should come down a by day we are receiving ship-

1' ADVANCE Sunday. With the graded system of little from the present standard of ments for every department-

tl:i.tl!. TO ADVERTISERS! lessons installed, Superintendent S.A. MENDELSSOHN CLUB RE- one dollar, it is not unreasonable at each day sees our assortments

t! Newell expects great things duringthe HEARSALSI all to say that millions of dollars growing larger-getting more
for display and all ether hand-set
Cpy
.
: aderUsinr set be handed in at the badness I winter months.Dr. could be made from this crop alone. comprehensive and decidedly
"t..' office the day ef before the Sentinel publication.not later This than role 2 applies p. ss. Poulson's sermon at both services am pleased to announce that the Just think if a thousand farmers, more interesting."

oX to chances for contract adTertiiinr; it is were very impressive. At the Presbyterian church has granted the and that isn' so many, should raisea
invariable and will be strictly adhered to.
morning service he used some char- use of its vestry for our rehearsalsthis thousand bushels of potatoes, and

Subscribers desiring The Seentinel discontinued acteristics 'in the life of "Doubting season. that isn't many, there world be a

the date should of expiration notify the otherwise office in writing it will on be Thomas" to great advantage in showing Tonight (Tuesday) at eight o'clock million bushels, almost an incentiveto ._- ( -
continued at; the regular subscription rates. the importance of attending relig- the club will meet there for our open- build good roads over *:hich to if
until notice to stop is received.
ious worship, and what frail excuseswe ing rehearsaL The new music has haul them to market.-Fort Myers '{ :'

TUESDAY OCTOBER 20, 1914. sometimes resort to in trying to come and everything is ready. Press.
justify ourselves.At JOHN M. CHENEY, President.

the evening servicec he presented FLORIDA IS GROWING
Some men are never square until i
the trial of Christ before Pilate in NEGRO SHOOTING AFFRAY AT
cornered.
r ---a-- an unique and forceful manner. MAITLAND Literally columns of the last issue
The month of October closes the of the Tradesman, a forceful trade
Growing cotton just now is about
associational year of the church and Saturday night Charles Goodmanand journal published in Chattanooga,
as profitable as running a tailor shop
J in the Garden of Eden.If I statistics compiled to send to the Harry Stenson, colored citizensof were given to accounts of new buildings Fall Sweaters
o Wekiwa Association show that some Maitland, got into a row and Good- [ and new tenterprises in Florida.

excellent work has been done. There man turned out to be a bad man and i I Undoubtedly Florida is growing prodigiously -
that battle in France lasts much I The trend of the monde indi-
have been twenty-one additions by shot Stenson in the breast with a toward a stature that will
longer it may be likened to some of cates in a marked
degree
baptism, thirty-three by letter, five load of bird shot. Stenson was hur- rank with the wealthiest states in the very
those "long and happy" married lives.
o by statement and one by restoration. ried to an Orlando hospital and it is Union.-:Miami: Metropolis. the popularity of these extremely -

There has been a decrease of thirty- believed he will recover. Goodmanhas ---- useful garments. \Ye antic-
Orlando's newspapers are bringingthis WOULD BE GLAD
TO BOOSTA
city into more general notice three by letter, one by erasure, and not been located.TWENTIETH ipated this and placed our or-

than any city of its size in the state. six by death. The total membershipat I move is on foot to establish an ders in such a manner that our

;, 0 present is 465. All moneys collected CENTURY CLUB annual state fair in Jacksonville. The assortment includes all the
new-
and paid out total $5,354.75. Star thinks it would be the
= The Republican party is in hard proper
est makes
weaves, colorings
lines for an argument to present to The Twentieth Century Club will thing to do. It should be held some
the people. Why not "We need the MENDELSSOHN CLUB TO HOLD meet at the home of Mrs. S. E. Ives, time in the winter, when both the and effects that will be to the
,
jobs?" REHEARSAL TONIGHT Sr., Wednesday, October 21st, at 3 people of the state and the northern fore this coming season.Ladies' .

D p. m. The club will read the secondact tourists could attend it in large num-

".* Lye; may be blind, but one of those In the Sunday school room of the of Macbeth, and discuss current bers. The Star will be glad to boost

:sweet young things can always seeIt' Presbyterian church this evening at events. the plan.-Ocala Star.
about ten times as much in her sweet- eight o'clock, the Mendelssohn Club I Shoes

heart there is. will hold its first rehearsal, the
as really I
"Death of Minnehaha" being the par- One cannot improve upon the
o
It' Married men are eagerly enlisting ticular portion of the program for FOR SALE. 160 acres of Pine Timber Land. The tim- best and we have the best make

in to the coming season that will be rehearsed of shoes in carrying the famoHs
according
England, reports.
ber has not been turpentined and there is suf-
I' After all there are some things worse tonight. I makes of J. and T. Cousins-
The club starts rehearsals for the ficient to pay for clearing the land. This is a i'
married
to than war, though, being we t Krippendorf and Dilman. Our
,t" : can't mention them. season with the brightest prospects, fine tract of first-class citrus land. Situated 6 New Fall Stock is all in and wor-
and some rare treats are in store for
l 0 Orlando music lovers.H. miles east of Orlando. Price $10.00 per acre. thy of the most critical exami-
It is pleasing news that the Senti-
nel carries to its readers this morn- Terms. nation.

ing in regard to the action of the su- Kanner's great sale continues I
preme court in placing its stamp of until November 1st. 11tfMIIIMMItlllCIIIIHIIM FOR RENT. A modern five room house at No. 111 Hill

legality upon the $600,000 good roads street. Nice location. Will lease for one year ,
bond issue. The bonds have been sold Men's
and Chairman Overstreet of the boardof to responsible party at $15.00 per month. Or, I Department

county commissioners is in New i T. F. : : I can sell this property on very moderate terms i j 'Ve carry the famous .fan-

York, doubtless arranging for the at a BARGAIN price. hattan" Shirts too well known
s printing and delivery of the bonds, Licensed Plumber and I
to eulogize upon-just a word to
Sanitary Engineer I
following which the money will be immediately -
available, and before the Estimates Furnished. Jobbing I let you know however that our

winter is far advanced actual work of Z rrcst'v Attended to.PHONE S. Y. WAY \Iens Fall Styles and New Col-

paving many miles of Orange county 629 d orings and combination are

{' roads with brick and many other 106 Court Street right here in the store and that
miles with other material will be I Insurance and Real Estate Agent
under way. Orange county is taking : ORLANDO, FLORIDA I I: every taste can be tisfied.I y yMen's

the lead in Florida as one of the most, I 4-2!-1mMIHIIIIIIilMMIOiMH PHONE 172
.. if not the most, progressive countyin -
..
the state, and immeasurable benefits .

will accrue to the county from the .
tlllillii , , , .; 11 I Neckwear
1>' construction of the many miles of .,
hard roads.
permanent
F-: 'Ve have no hesitation in say-
Notice
0 1k'qfm/ -Quick Delivery
"- Orlando's wonderful growth and ing that our collection is the best

r prosperity is beyond a doubt due in we have ever shown. \\Te have
no small measure to the public spirit "" We are open from 6 a. m. till studied New York's caprice in

and enterprise of her citizens, and this that
so closely offer-
our
there are a host of such citizens in 10:30 m. during the week.
PHARMACY p.
ings
this city. But it is doubtful if more are identical to th ;."e

public spirit and generosity was ever ... I II III MMIXMIIitM 1111111111111111111111 1I11111111 I e I a I ; II III I ..... shown by the most exclusive
displayed by any citizen than the action i ii Haberdashers there, and they

of Dr. C. D. Christ last nightin 5 III II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1111111111111 1 II i I I T III 1 J I 1 I 1 III II 1 I e III I 1II1 t; are exclusive to us here.Men's .
offering the Board of Trade the

use, for two years, of a building he
.
will erect for a tourists' rest room,
without charge other than the inter-

est on the $3,000 that he will neces- Footwear
sarily expend. The building he will I

erect would easily rent for from $100to The names of Johnston and

$150 per month and his propositionis Murphy and C. H. Alden are
practically equivalent to a donationof Wedding PresentsNew
household
words to men who
from $50 to $100 per month. The
Board of Trade accepted the generous study style, comfort and price.

offer and extended a vote of See our new Fall Styles. They

thanks. Every citizen of Orlando and We have : will please you.
every tourist who comes here shouldbe goods arriving daily. spent : j y


whom grateful.Orlando Dr. ought Christ to is be a proud.IT citizenof three weeks in the Eastern markets, buying the i : :


ISN'T THE TOWX-ITS YOUIf newest and most up-to-date creations ever shownin. : i


you want to. live in the kind of a the State of Florida. We buy our goods direct : : j
- town.
: Like the kind of a town you like
You needn't slip your clothes in a from the largest factories, thereby assuring you |


i t And grip start, on a long, long hike. quality at right prices. To show you will be a : i I Ii II I

a You'll only find what you left behind, pleasure.
c For there's nothing that's reallynew.

r It's a knock. at yourself' when you i

knock jour town.It DICKSON YES CO.i i
isn't your town-it's you! i

Real towns are not made by men
afraid T. H. EVANSI
Lest sobebody else gets ahead.
When every one works and nobody I
shirks. DEPARTMENTAL STORE
z ; You can raise a town from the JEWELER !

dead. I ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING
And if stake while, you make your personal Orlando Orange Avenue Florida PLACE

Your neighbor can make one, too,
Your town will be what you want to I't
see ,01 I II II I III I I1I11111 II III I I III III I OJ II II III I' '
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Mr. :Marshall Rowland has arrived I .11 4i 11111.11.1. II I II II DEATH OF MRS. N.:ii: BOWENMr. ::! u r SO: ,
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home from a very pleasant summer Ii IiJ
WADE spent in the North. iiFAVORTE F. Fleek of this city, is in receipt -1

) THE TUNER Mr. and Mrs. Pillans and daughterare of a letter from Mr. N. H.
ORLANDO. FLA.Is in Orlando from Lakeland, visit- I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.EI; ; Bowen informing him of the death of : n Allen's Fruit Picking BagPATENTED n
ing relatives. Mr. Pillans has just Admission 5 cents his wife, which sad event occurred in I
returned from a visit to various Lakewood, N. J., Thursday. Mr. and :
points in the state and he Or- Mrs. Bowen have a pretty home on I
says ,
returned home 1.,1. U U
Mary Scruggs lando is superior to any. Garland street and they have spent I Fifth Year on the MarketNo
last night from a visit to friends TODAY'S PROGRAMFour several seasons in Orlando, and the I
Dr. W. C. Person left Sunday morn-
West Palm Beach. in.. ing for Petersburg, Va., to attend a Big Reels-3c. death of this estimable lady will be i Drop--.No BraiseVe are offering this sea
Mrs. A. F. Odlin, of Arcadia, is deeply regretted by many friends in i
general conference of the SeaboardAir "When the Girls Joinedthe son by lar the best
iting Mrs. Geo. R. Newell at her Nestor. Orlando. I picking-
home on Lake Cherokee.Mr. Line surgeons. En route home Force," in two parts. A gigantic 1 bag' that* has ever been
the doctor will visit his sister in Dur- comedy hit. Produced by Al. Chris-
and Mrs. Elijah Hand will return ham, N. C.George tie, the master of burlesque. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY I made.
to Orlando tomorrow afternoon Victor.. J. Warren Kerrigan, in
Kashimura has arrived in "The Lion." Produced by Joseph De- Even better than lastyear's
from Battle Creek Mich.
WANTED-Five carpenters. J. G. I
Orlando for the winter season, hav- Grasse. ,
Mr. Geo. A. Sawyer, of Cleveland, ing the in Massachu- Joker. "Pass Key No.2." A com- Manuel, 24 East Pine St. 10-20-lt'', bag, heavier canvas
Ohio, arrived in Orlando yesterdayand spent summer edy, with Bess Meredith. t aud bound all arouud frame II
setts, and will open his Japanese art Don't miss this show. A laugh FOR RENT-Fhe room house, prac-i;
is a guest at the San Juan. store in a few days, being located in from start to finish. tically new. Inquire Hand's with webbing to prevent
Messrs. A. M. Royal and F. C. Baxter thq Phillips building where he con- niture Store, Pine street. 10-Fur-I chafing through the best

arrived in Orlando last night from ducted the business last winter. Messrs. Edwin Beeman and William shoulder straps.snaps, etc,
Kansas City, and will spend several Beardall attended the Stetson-Kings For Sale I
From Trinidad Colorado, to Or- Three good young mules, well that we could buy.
days in this section? prospecting.Mrs. lando in a Ford was the trip com- College football game at DeLand yes- broke. Call at one-half mile east of
E. C. Young and daughter, pleted Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Henry ,terday afternoon.Mr. Conway store, or address Wm. V'I 1 } Our bags are used extensively -

Miss Forest, returned last evening Hoffner and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bow- William Mackisson, of Kissimmee Lear, Orlando. 10-20-1wk I by the Florida

from a delightful visit to Daytona den. Mr. Bowden is a newspaperman motored to Orlando Sunday afternoon NOTICE. TO CREDITORS Citrus Exchange and a
I
Beach. and has disposed of his holdings and spent the day with In Court of the County Judge. Orange County, host of independent grow-
Miss L. J. Mustard, the well known in Trinidad and will locate in Or- friends in this city. State of Florida.In ers.
re Estate of Robert McEwen Clark. r t.'l.t A
who last winter : lando, though he has not announcedthe
chiropodist, spent Miss Gladys Thomas, daughter of To all Creditors. Legatees. Distributees and
about the last of' business in which he will engage. all Persona having Claims or Demands \Ve
here, will return can ship in
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Thomas, has arrived against said Estate any quantity -
the month for the winter. They are stopping at the Orland.Mr. home from a two weeks trip and You.required and each to present of you.any are claims hereby and notified demands same day order is re- n
Capt. W. H. Swinton went down to and Mrs. Herman Hillman returned through the North. which you. or either of you. may have Patented. eeived.
against the estate of Robt. McEwen Clark 0
from their
where he Sunday summer
Tampa Sunday night expected ,
deceased late of Orange County Florida to
to spend a couple of days look- home at Paterson, N. J., and are lo- Rev. and Mrs. R. P. Cobb, accompa- the undersigned administratrix of said estate
ing after business matters. cated for the winter at their beauti- nied by Mr. Walter and Miss Marian within Dated one October year from 16. A.the D.date 1914.hereof. Price S1.50 Each or $18.00 per Dozen U

Mr. Lloyd Tenny spent yesterdayin ful home at 400 Magnolia avenue. Cary-Elwes, motored to Eustis yes- DEW ITT MILLER.
Clearwater looking after the affairs Mr. Hillman, who is a regular readerof terday and spent the day in that city. Administrator with the will annexed.MIIIIMMIMtttilliliillt. 11 F.O.B. Orlando.

of the Florida Growers' and the Sentinel, declares that en route Mr. Bert Walker, Miss Dorothy

Shippers' League. I south he picked up many newspapersbut Johnson, Miss Gayle Davis, and Miss
This Week-Extra fine that the Sentinel is the brightestand Helen Warlow were week-end visitors
York Special Imperial Apples $3.50 a bar best of them all' -full of live from Rollins college at their homes McCULlOCU'SDepartment BAG CO.
news and not rehashed clippings from ALIEN'SORLANDO
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rel or 40 cents a peck. Yowell-Duck- other here.Mr. II
papers.
worth Company. 20-2t II. L. Bethel, of Tallahassee,
Dr. and Mrs. Merle McElroy will Mr. Frank Guernsey was slightly spent yesterday in Orlando on his FLA. Db
leave tomorrow for Birmingham, Ala., injured Sunday afternoon on the golf way to Key West, having been sum- | Store ; ,
where they will visit relatives and course at the Country Club I when moned there by the serious illness of
struck the club of Mr. L. G. Dolive.
by [ dJ.t
friends for three weeks. his father, Judge Bethel.Dr. -..
Mr Guernsey had just made a drive 71.; OCU ----"
After an all summer spent in and and Mrs. W. F. Blackman, of
and stepped back to watch the ball,
around New York, Mr. T, E. Hoskins '' without noticing that he was in rangeof Winter Park, were visitors in Orlando Jelly Tumblers J | II 1 I II J II 1.1 e I II I I1I1IIIIII11 III II I I '.'
returned to Orlando yesterday'after- yesterday, accompanied by Mr.
Mr. Dolive's club.] The force of
noon. the blow knocked out a couple of Worthington Blackman, who intendsto Fruit Jars 3 ll$7W fti1 j ji
Mr. W. R. O'Neal left yesterdayfor teeth and fractured the jaw bone, but open his law office in the Yowell- Y'Hr ,
Indianapolis to attend a meetingof he is getting along nicely and feeling Duckworth building.

the board of control of the Knightsof little ill effects from the blow.C. Indian Commissioner L. A. Spencer all kindsFreserviDg

Pythias.Dr. M.I I E. Johnson, president of the and Mrs. Spencecr bade goodbyeto OUR NEW GROCERYIs
J.V.. Stagg and Mr. W.
South Florida Foundry and Machine their friends in Orlando yesterdayand
Slemons left yesterday for St. Peters- Works left the south bound train left on the morning train for the
on largest and finest in the city Our
burg to attend a session of St. Johns' Miami, their new home. Miss Evelyn ,
Presbytery, which meets in that city nied Tuesday by :Mrs.morning.Johnson He and was they accompa-will Spencer, their daughter, will continueas Kettles stock is of the best quality. Our prices

today. make their return journey via Key a pupil of the Cathedral school. reasonable.
Mrs. F. B. Stoneman, wife of Ed- West and Tampa. Mr. Johnson's They have resided in Orlando for fifteen -
itor Stoneman, of the Miami Daily I business in town was to secure data years and leave many warm South Orange Avenue ; J J11II PANSY PLANTSBy

Herald, arrived in Orlando last even- from Evert P. Maule regarding the friends behind them.
visit ++<-' t M I Ml 1111 11 B I i ..
ing on a to her mother, Mrs. iron work on the new court house, dozen or hundred.
H. W. Greetham.Mr. which will call for a subcontract, on :NEWCOMER WILL BUILD $3,000:

C. C. Wallace, of New York which Mr. Johnson will submit bids.- HOME ON COLONIAL DRIVE VENEER CORESALL EASTER LILIES

city, spent Sunday in Orlando with Palm Beach Post.
Mr. W. A. Kingsley, arrivalin
a new
his friend, Mr. Mac. Tallman, the The Orlando Building and Land Orlando from Indian River, Mich., LENGTHS QUANTITY AND ANY Plant the bulbs now. We have them

popular manager of the Grand thea- I company opened their offices in the has purchased two lots on Colonial Special prices for October. also Narcissus.
ter. Rock building, opposite the San Juan :Drive through Carl Dann and will Stock up before cold weather.
Mr. J. H. Dean left yesterday for hotel, yesterday. They had a good make this city his home. He has had FIRE-PLACE Also CHUNKS AND

Atlanta, Ga., where he will be joinedby many callers, visiting their city and plans drawn by Architect :Murray S. I OAK WOOD
Mrs. Dean, who has been spendingthe country property, and several inquir- King for a handsome home to be THE SANITARY GROCERY
ries from also. The O. B. & L. Orlando Wood YardB.
summer in Richmond, Ky. They buyers erected at once at a cost of about :
will return to Orlando Thursday Company are large owners of city 5000. He hopes to have his new "". Kin sley, ProprietorPINE CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
evening.Mr. property and are in a good positionto home completed by January 1st. STREET AND R. R. 200
judge values and will accept no Telephone 344
passenger. S. P. agent Collier,of a former the Atlantic division property that does not possess merit. I TAFT STORE ROBBED SATUR- 9-30 1.4 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

Coast Line, paid Orlando a "pop call" They have some very desirable town DAY 'NIGHT ,1,1111,1111,1 a 111.,111.1 D 11111. .1,1",1...
property and lots for sale. .
yesterday. He is now with the Nor- -
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Winston-Salem N. C. filled to capacity Saturday night and !of the robbery of the store of W. G. '"
Sunday and sleeping room was at a I Sphaler at Taft Saturday night. The
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Turnbull
returned premium. Yesterday morning four- thieves secured a quantity of canned
yesterday afternoon from teen offenders appeared before the I goods, some shoes and about $25
Frankfort, Mich., where they spent mayor to answer for their sins. One I worth of jewelry, leaving nothing behind '
the summer. They are now occupy- colored prisoner was assessed fifty by which they might be traced.OSTEOPATHY.
ing their pretty home in Concord I
Park. I dollars for carrying concealed wea-
pons. A number of hoboes, picked up ,
Dr. J. L. Dean, proprietor of the about the city, were given a joy ride
City Drug Store, returned yesterday by Chief of Police Smith to the city

from a visit to his old home in Union limits and told that the space they DR. J. C .HOWELL
Springs, Ala. He was accompaniedhome occupied in Orlando was too valuablefor .i.ii
Hours: 10-12 3-5 and by appointmentNo
by his mother, Mrs. M. J. Dean, them to occupy it and not to ap-
who will spend the next several pear again under penalty of servingthe ; extra charge for noose treatment !
months with the doctor and his fam- public in various municipal enter I I' Telephone connections i-

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PEOPLE'S WANTS3IUNNIMAKEKS BUYERS AND SELLERSI hu.mber., Laths and shingles

buy, sell, rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla.,
over 30 years. Have handled over
$20,000,000. Call and see me.
Notice cf Lost. W.ntcd. F.r Sa!:. Fjr 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
Rent, etc. for this ceUma. %k. fr .n. tt7.We. L
f.r three dare. *r fl.:G f.-r _
Y 25 words or 1_ Monty mast accompanyths Established cash business. 208 South .
aS 7 advertisement for this column as ... Orange Avenue II
inacrtku will be Bid .n credit Wright Realty and Seed Co.
10-11-1w ORLAN"DORoyal

FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms. Who is your painter and decorator?
418 South Lake St. 10-10-lm If you are satisfied keep the one you
have; if not, phone W. T. Entriean

Rooms for light FOR housekeeping RENT ; modern Ne. 636. 1-20-tf Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimeIMMMMIIIilMMMIIIimMIMtlitill
up to date; furnished or unfurnished -
; on Lucerne Circle; with garden '

Office fruit and flowers. See J. F. GORDON'S CARRIAGEAND IM 111111II111 111 i t M I C M 11.!.4iHillMliiitMIMMilHMMmilMIMIIilllMIMIIillMMtlHIMIIMBMIM
Our Watkins. 924tf ..

FOR RENT-Seven room furnished
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: is Open Church house.street.Inquire Oak Lodge 10-17-2t, East BAGGAGE TRANSFERL I :s-crSJ: ESS

ROOM FOR RENT-Nicely furnishedand
pleasantly located; private.
202 East Robinson avenue. 18-31
HARRELL, Prop.
. Place your City or Coun- FOR RENT-Rooms with all conven- Important friendships result from the right introduction and
t iences for light housekeeping at Piano and Furniture ,
try Property with us. 307 East Pine street, near Lake Eola.
10-18-3t Moving a Specialty the most important ones come through the right banking con-

If unable to call, we will FOR RENT-Furnished for light 8 E. Church SI. PHONE 487 nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We
suite of
to housekeeping, large pleasant -
come you.Watchful also rooms two nice; all sleeping modern rooms conveniences; private; invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-

attention will family; close in. 312 North Main St.
F 10-18-6t est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
be given to the interest of DressmakingMrs. .
FOR RENT Beautiful dwelling with
our clients. R. S. Cohoon has
garage; elegantly furnished; on
Lake 8-27-tf Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. resumed her dressmaking BANK & TRUST CO.CLOTHING .

and is now locatedin

Y- ORLANDO BUILDING &LAND COII FOR SALE-By Clarence W. Rose, Room 4, Way building,
308 North Main street a Cote and where ..1..11.*
on Orange avenue, ::1111111111111111111111111111.1.11111.11111..1.11111..111.:::
three lots. A 14-room house fur- MB. it It.It MiMmaMttttniittittntitiiiit
North Orange Avenue nished, both close in. Please inves- she cordially invites all

. PHONE 608 investigate. 10-14-10t ladies the needing wearing anythingin apparelline :::::: : I:::::III::I:::II::-? ::11:-:-:::: : I: *

FOR SALE-Two second hand pool
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL tables, good condition. $100 f.o.b. to call and see her.

Starke, Fla. Inquire Lee Tremont I
hotel. 10-17-3t
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FRED B. DALEC. FOR SALE-14-room house fully
H. BRYANT furnished splendid location, price Real Estate Boughtand
$5000 terms. Apply Alfred Hadley
DAVIS GILES. Counsel.F. 308 Magnolia Ave. 10-6-2w
A. PEPPERCORN Contractor. Sold.City
Our stock of
FOR SALE-Or trade for real estate new
a five-passenger automobile in
nice shape. Address No. 112 West
BRITISH RELIEF WORK HEAD. Church street, city. 10-4-lm Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash

QUARTERS AT GERMAN and $1.00 per week buys a Lot I
CAPITAL RAIDED of FOR black SALE mares-One weight or both 1100 of a team and RENTS COLLECTED. Ij Fall and Winter ClothingMade

1200. Good drivers, single or double.C. .
London, Oct. 17.According to E. Enlow, Winter Park Fla.

reports reaching here from Berlin," 9-18-tf_ N. P. HATCHERORLANDO

telegraphs the Exchange Telegram FOR SALE-A No. 1 saddle mare by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming .in

company's correspondent at The or buggy horse. Address, care ,FLORIDA ,
Hague, "German police have raided Wright's, Box 567. 9-2-tf
and anxious for see'our
to
the British consulate in Berlin, where FOR SALE-One Underwood type- Office at Pinehurst ParkP. we are you

the British relief committee has been writer in good condition; one Bur- O. Box 281
working in co-operation with the rough's adding machine, used only 10-8-1m New Styles and high class tailoring. Best t
American and arrested two months and one Reading stand- ,
embassy,
ev- ard motorcycle, in good shape. Bar- -
ery one on the premises. No explana- gains on quick sale. Call or address, place in the city to buy clothing.
tion of this course was given. :Mr. J. C. Sigler, Winter Park, Fla. Waga Wood WoodExcellent

Westen, secretary of the committee 10-9-tf

and his assistant will be held in
cus-
For Sale Silver Cluster
Grape
Pine Wood
tody until the end of the war." Fruit and Valencia late orange buds. Core Sup .

Vigorous stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2 plied in any quantity W. M. SLEMONS'IIIIIIIIIIIIII'III'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'

U. D. C. MEETING years old.9232m H. C. McDANIEL.

<< There will be SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE
a meeting of the
FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine
Annie Coleman Chapter, Daughtersof hammock land; eight in grove; the STRANDS OR MORE II'IIIIIIIIIIIII'111"01011311111111'1"-
the Confederacy Tuesday, Octo- present crop of oranges will_ be from 4MIIIIMHMMIC I D 't t e t.I. J II II II: I I I C I)II I III II -H+44i4 1III1 a II e>tneintt.
ber 20th, at 3 o'clock, at the resi- 750 to 1.000 boxes; 500 trees all told
ready for sEtting-10 acres in lake,
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dence of Dr. W. C. Person on South one and quarter miles from Apopka. ELDREDGE BARLOW
Main street, for the purpose of con Price, $5,000. Address W. H., Box
sidering the revision of the consti- 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf Telephone 375

tution, and several other matters of
importance. All members FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts.. South Street, near A. C. L. & jeurent9w4i1et
are requested :
Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. I
CE to be present. 9-18-tf Tracks
Miss H. Parkhill, president.
Mrs. E. R. Bliss secretary FOR SALE-A good Roll Top 9-l-lm
;t' Desk and Chair. Been used very lit-
I tle. Call on W. C. Sherman, Rock I
'. : FOR THIS WEEK Building, opposite San Jua*1 Hotel. h. 50 Japanese Matting;
Hunt the Place to Save Money 108tFOR Special Notice to

Fresh from the counry Eggs, per
doz., 35c.Keifer. SALE I Owners.
: Property ..
Pears for cooking and Second hand Chalmers car. Wright
< pickles, 50c. peck. Bros.* Cigar Store Orange Ave. I 9x12
y Apples of the best, 20c. to 25c doz. 10-11-1w Rugs
:,.. Peaches of the finest
30c. doz.
per Mr. S. H. Atha of this firm
,.; Grapes,Grapes,Grapes, 25c. basket. MISCELLANEOUS ,
Tomatoes, the best :Maryland stock has just returned from a four

8c. per lb. month's trip through the north, .
Bananas the finest 20c. per doz. WANTED-Salesman and Collector He vistied all the large citiesas $8.78
Florida Bananas, lOc. per doz. apply to Singer Sewing Machine Colorado _
far west Denver
as ,
Oranges, Grapefruit and fruit of Co., Orlando, Fla. 1014tfWANTEDStenographerbookkeeper
---- and east to Washington, D. C.
all kinds. Visit the little store and be -

[: convinced, as quality and prices will who is capable and a hard worker. He met hundreds of prominentmen .,
J-< make you call again. Orlando Auto Supply Co. 10-17-3t who are coming to Florida ON SALE
THE ORLANDO SPECIALTY CO. this winter, and many of them t
109 W. Church Street TYPEWRITERS cleaned and repaired.D. .
him to to Or-
C. Baldwin promised come
10-7-tf of Jacksonville.
'Phone Orland hotel. 10-17-3t lando.A .
4 great many will have moneyto Monday and Tuesday
If you want your bicycle fixed in FURNISHED ROOMS and board, for
six adults. Address invest, so if you want to sell
Kentucky
Home
a hurry take it to Warman's Repair
511 Palmer street, Orlando, Lake your property you should list it
Shop. 12 tf.
Cherokee. 10-17-lm with us at once, as we will have

TWO FURNISHED ROOMS at 221 the buyers.
1- Don't wait for every one In town to Robinson
avenue on Lake Eola.

you have trv.Entriean Am too the busy painter.to look before you 10-17-6t Cooper Atha Kincaid & SnowdenI j
Phone :MALE
up. 636 and I will be on the STENO-BOOKKEEPER sev- ,
4 job. 1-20-tf en years experience, desires position -
in Orlando; can give A-1 refer- 114 South Orange Are Ground Floor

FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKINGAt ences. Inquire Room 1, Tremont. Phone No. 311 Priced Furniture House.
10-17-3t Low
208 East Robinson avenue. Misses I
Berke, formerly with Miss Hovermale. I
10-3-1m WANTED FRESH COW giving ten
Orlando Florida
r to fourteen quarts a day. Write or Cor. Main and Pine Sts. ,
call at Ward's store, Winter Park.
WANTED-Middle 5-TOURIST TRAINS5FROM *t I > . r e II 'T IIIIII> < 1 I ..
aged Northern 10-10-1w -,. U ,.. I II I II",
woman wants position as house- .-...,II, '.-lle.. II ..II. I'_II_' '_U'IT'_ T .1...I__ fI.t'4"4'\ ......-..........t' -"_.-&.oii-iaaa t""' .ct. III. .- -- ----".-....--

keeper or housework of any kind. WANTED TO EXCHANGE a large NORTH AND WEST .-------
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Call phone 459, or 408 Long St. 18-lt Shetland pony for a larger horse. FLYER" A. B. MOOREPlain
"DIXIE
Reel's Steam Laundry, 814 N. Orange I Dudley Matthews
FOR RENT-One or two furnished avenue, or phone 654. 9-29-tf "DIXIE LUIITED""SDU 1
sleeping rooms with adjoining room OLE LIMITED" and Decorative Painting
I for light housekeeping; bath and elec- T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. IO *TG01IERY ROUTE"
tric light. 407 Osceola street. Conscientious work at fair prices. "SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED" ARCHITECTURAL AND GENERAL Paperhanging and Kal50minin.c

10-18-3t Phone 629. 106 Court St. 823tfT. Pullman Cars from Chicago, St. DRAFTING.Blue OR. L. H. RAMSDELu First-class work good material and t

FOR SALE F. HOURIHAN Licensed Plumber. Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville and intermediate Printing and Map Work. Pat- OPTOMETRIST reasonable prices. >o j b too large
to Jacksonville,Fla.
Nursery stock one, two, three and Conscientious work at fair prices. points ent office drawings, show*cards, and I (Sjce* sur to Dr. U. P. L Jd**> or too small. Drop me a postal and I
CARS Perspec-i we will talk it over.
four old buds Fester Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf DINING general commercial art. ttives
year ; Early, *
FLUSI'l I
Via washe i ,
in color or flat .g i ORLANDO -
Pineapple Java, Romosassa. Washington
Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahlo. Wood $1.50 a strand up. Hand's ATLANTIC COAST LINE ROOM 12YowellDuckvrorth WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES A. B. MOORE I
Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf Coal Yard phone 566. 9-31-tf Standard Railroad of the SouthJ.

G. KIRKLAND D.P.A. Building AND DO ALL KINDS OPOTICAL .P.>> O. Box 524
To be convinced of the producing "'First class Brazing a specialty at Hillsboro Hotel Tampa, Fla. PHONE 54Z Orlando
"noun's Repair Shop c Court St A. W. FRITOT, D.P.A. r.PAiri ;r I NMMm
power of Sentinel want ads.-try one. 12-5-tf. 138 Went Bay St, Jacksonville, FIn., 9-lo-diwtf

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(International News Service.) CONWAY NURSERIESGROWERS I 1

Britain's Paris, Oct.battles 17.in-Irishmen France today fighting are AND DEALERS IN : TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD i|I 1

proving themselves worthy of the
finest traditions of their race. There All Leading Varieties of Citrus TreesR. COOK WITH GAS 1 ;
have been many stories of their en-
T.. PEEL, Proprietor.Local 1
relatedby
durance and pluck, but two 1a
'a trooper of the Irish Dragoons Salesman a j
man be taken as typical: ; Glen St. Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATE
"There was a man of ours," says Box 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida. 6. Speed !
the trooper, "who carried a chum to 9-24-tf 1. Convenience .
a farm house under fire, and when
the retreat came got left behind. The 11111111111111111111111111111111 II II II 11..11 0 II 1111 I' I 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency

German patrol called and found them.
There were only the two, one wounded 3. Cleanliness 8. Safety 1
against a dozen Uhlans. Behinda
barrier of furniture they kept the THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S 9. Perfect Regulationof
Germans at bay, wounding or killing 4. S.. lici.ty of Heat
half of them. The Germans made off
and brought a machine gun to the TRANSFERDr. 5. Accessibility 10. Economy
house and threatened to destroy it.
"The two soldiers were not unmindful B. D. WIENANGA, Prop.
of the kindness shown them by
the owners of the farm, and rather
than bring loss on them or the village Livery, Draying and HaulingWE 5. SPEED
they made a rush out with some mad
idea of taking the gun. Imagine being able to sleep twenty minutes longer in the morning or stay
"Just over the threshold of the door GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE out calling half an hour longer in the afternoon because you know you don't
they fell dead, their blood bespattering have to light a fire and wait for the stove to heat up.
the walls of the house.
"People may call them pigheadedfor Imagine being able to cook a whole meal without having even to think ;

not surrendering, but that sort AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK about the fire.Imagine .

of wrongheadedness is worth a lot as j being able to go off and leave things cooking with no fear of them
inspiration to others, and if British I boiling over because know the "fire"' will have
soldiers had always worried about Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited you stay just as you if.

what the stay-at-homes would thinkof E Imagine being able to "put out the fire" when your cooking is over by sim-
their deeds, some of the finest stories HORSES FOR SALE ply turning a valve.

in the history of the army could j; ; In short-imagine anything that tends toward speed in cooking and you
never have been told. 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida will find "
; yourself thinking of "GAS.
"There was a young chap of the
Irish rifles. He was kneeling besidea
wounded man of the Gloucesters, I
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. think were keeping circling off around the Germans like carrion, who W' ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
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birds. He had been hit himself, but SPRAY FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE
was! gamely firing at the nemy as
GAS DEPARTMENTIII
fast as his wounded arm would per- SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY
mit. We went to his assistance but 1'
they were both worn out when we lilOHl !
reached them and, greatly to our regret Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale Rust Mite MtMMIMMMilllllllMIMMHMMHMCIiMMtl
we had to leave them to be and Red Spider that i is hit. Removes sooty mold IMMItMMIIMIHIillMlltllflttitMM
picked up by the Red Cross people. and insures healthy trees and bright fruit: September -
"That was hard; but if you tried to and October are two of the best months for H

pick up every wounded man you saw spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents insects -
you wouldn't be much use as fighter .
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from sapping trees all winter, and brings them
and as we were under urgent or- .
ders to take up a position from whichto out in a good, healthy condition in the spring, thus '. '

cover our retreat, we had no time insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom. \V I ll *"* Ov'V>*Cy' jy<\>*&vSSti it--*' .PSON."_...... /J
for sentiment. They knew that and
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the safety of the army for them. I
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them"When was we there came sure back enough again one stone of b Th E Eola Paokg L COMpally

whether dead; but it his was mate the Germans had gone or, and the [

Red Cross people that got him I '
1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON '
wouldn't care to say. I
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British incident soldier related showing by a member his grit,of as the an Packers and Shippers of Citrus ; i 11 Hjrsspawir GUARANTEED 3'Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic I
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Royal Army Medical Mechanical Oil Pump Step'Starter and 66 Refinements
corps, now in-
valided home, well shows. Relating Fruits and Vegetables.
his experiences, he says: t S275.OO
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wounded were. One poor fellow preciate the business of all who have and any who have & 129 Orange Ave., l I
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remarking, 'That poor bloke is building, which I am equipping with Mauld's latest ma- I TREES FOR SALE LIST YOUR PROPERTYwith i LAUNDRY '
going home; he will be home beforeme. chinery and can consequently give you same service I The Terra Ceia Nurseries have for Your
.'" while I have the timeto general laundry work, French
sale the Walters (Florida Standard) me now
which has always spoken for itself. I dry cleaning, and will be
pressing
look it and familiarize ap-
variety of grapefruit-from one to over myself preciated.
If My efforts will be to sell all possible before resortingto three years old, budded on three to with the talking points. I made the guaranteed. Satisfaction and service F 3
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you want quick returns from ad- four old rough lemon roots September 28th.
distribution. years ; largest number of sales last winter Phone 654. Reel's
vertising at moderate cost, patronizethe and the Heart's Tardiff orange, one and expect to do even better this win for whites only. Steam Laundry 9-25-tf, f s
columns year old buds on three years old ter.,My prospects are beginnig to ar-
of the Sentinel. You W. A. DADE Gen. Manager. rough lemon roots. All in first class rive, and it might cause you to losea
can place your wants before 8.COO condition. sale by putting it off. Call todayat Up to date paIntIng, papering, etc., J. .
people in Orlando and aumberlesgother 9-18-2 I o TERRA CEIA NURSERIES, my new offices in the Watkins is the kind you want. Where to get
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REPORT YESTERDAYAustrians ISSUED I .


i I Claim Repeated Suc- .i)\: ;' }.. '

I cesses South of Przemysland
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Oct. 19.-A dispatch from ; : ;.
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Tomorrow and every other day, you'll find .Vienna via Amsterdam to Reuter's I c .: ": -. ,
Telegram company gives an official ,
a check account with the State Bank mighty statement of the Austrian operations : BO1 YOU UNDERSTAND

. handy in keeping an accurate record of your in Galicia issued by General von Hoe- j
fer the deputy chief of the Austrian
money affairs. general staff, on Sunday. It says: U: It II Ii How you can personally be benefitted -

Take note-how many business men "Our attack in the battle on both by the advantages accruing to
banks of the Strwaez river, south of
pay you in cash? Very lew-for businessmen the
Przemysl, was continued yesterdayand commmunity by
cannot take chances by carrying mon"eyabout. our troops succeeded in getting

The safe way is the business-like close to the enemy. At several pointsour The Federal Reserve Act ?
way-our bank checks. troops were advancing as againsta
fortress. Last night several at-
I fa Try paying with checks. tacks of the Russians were repulsed' Call, telephone or write and we will
with heavy losses for the enemy. Our
.u i it ii j: mail booklet
our --just out---which
heavy artillery is now in action.
The State Bank of Orlando .
of the north of I : :i
"The pursuit enemy explains this act fully and clearly. \ .
Wyszkow, near the Carpathian passes : ;
I has continued. On other partsour (-
troops have already advancedover T
the Carpathians."The tn.
Russian losses during their
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FRENCH CRUISER SINKS AUS- GERMAN MINE LAYER IS CAP- EXPORTS OF AUTOS FROM U. S. _
TRIAN SUBMARINE TURED BY BRITISH CRUISER THE PAST FISCAL YEAR -._ : ,
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Cettinje, Montenegro, Oct. 19.-An London, Oct. 19.-The Central News TOTAL $40,000,000 ;':..; .. '" . .. ,. .... .::..,.... .. : .

Austrian submarine was sunk in the sends out a dispatch from Harwich I Washington, Oct. 19.-Exports of ; j .. '
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j Adriatic today by a French cruiser. in which the correspondent says he automobiles from the United States .. .. Iwl D

Two submarines went out from the has learned upon good authority that the last fiscal year eclipsed all pre- ., .. .' ,' ... or .
bay of Cattaro to attack a French the British cruiser Undaunted, accom- vious records, amounting to $40,000000 ,- I . .. .
fleet which was making its way along panied by two torpedo boat destroyers in value. Figures today by the . . ..
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the Dalmatian coast. They were has captured a German mine layer department of commerce, however, ... : :: : :...: .. :: .. :. ::: ':: '<. :: : ::. :\.:>*; .' 1
quickly sighted by the French look- in the North sea. show a remarkable decrease in the exports ... .
outs and a well directed shot sent the The mine layer, the dispatch says, in August, a result of the Eu- ---- --- -------- ---
leader to the bottom. was disguised as a hospital ship. The ropean war, having fallen to 451 automobiles MAY WITHDRAW U. S. TROOPS The South Florida and Gulf Rail- I FORMER\ PRESIDENT ROCA OF
The other submarine escaped. I I Undaunted is bringing her prize into and motor trucks comparedwith FROM COLORADO COAL road company's engine No. 1 has' arrived ARGENTINE IS DEAD
. The French fleet subsequently recommenced -.Harwich. 2,004 in the corresponding period FIELDS at Kenansville, ready for service -
the bombardment of the The press bureau is without con- last year. on the new railroad run from Buenos Ayres, Argentina, Oct. 19.
forts at Cattaro.An firmation of this incident. Washington, Oct. .-President Kenansville to Bassinger.The -The death is announced of General
Austrian aeroplane dropped We insure your lire and loan you Wilson is considering the advisabilityof Julio Argentino Roca, former presi-
several bombs in the neighborhood of TURKEY AFFRONTS GREECE money on real estate at 6 per cent. withdrawing federal troops from Florida West Coast Courier, dent of Argentina.
the fleet, but no damage was done. interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., the Colorado coal fields as the resultof published at WJ listen, says that the -
Amsterdam, Holland, via London, Curry Bcilding, Tampa,325d&wtfEat Fla. the deadlock with the operators farmers of that section are busy har- A new ordinance is being drafted

_, NEW ARRIVALWe Oct. 19.-According to a telegram received who refuse to join the president's pro- vesting the peanut crop, a conserva- by the city council of Kissimmee,
posal for settlement of the strike, already tive estimate of which shows total
here from Berlin, the Turkish what want. a which if passed, will mean the clos-
have just opened a large new you
stock af table linen, art linen, shirt- government has requested the oecu- Eat all you want. accepted by the miners.H. yield of 40,000 bushels. ing of all stores and business housesin
waist linen, towels, napkins, white menical patriarch, the head of the Take a postscript and forget it.' that city on Sunday. This will, of
counterpanes, and blankets. Get our I Greek orthodox church, to leave Con- For sale by all druggists. Kanner's great sale continues II. Kanner's great sale continues course, apply to drug stores and soft
prices before buy.
you
10-13-6t W. M. SLEMONS. J stantinople. 1-7-d&w-lyr until November 1st. 11-tf until November 1st. 11-tf I drink stands.

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