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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 22, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1914. NUMBER 217.




fURIOUS FIGHTING IN BANKERS OF NORTH WANT T U.U S. TELLS ENGLAND CONGRESS WILL L ADJOURN TONIGHT


FIRST LIEN ON COTTONWOULD I SOME THINGS


AFTER EIGHTEEN MONTHS SESSION

ENTER $150,000,000 MUST NOT MONKEY WITH

WUICU NEITHER SIDE COTTON POOL UNDERCONDITIONS I HER "JOHN D. ROCKE- I -__

I FELLER" CONFEREES ON WAR TAX
GERMANS CHARGE FRENCH
BILL REACHED AGREEMENT
That Will Insure Them Abso- Seizure of an American Owned

ClAIMS ADVANTAGE lutely Against Any Loss of Vessel Bound for Denmark WITH BARBARITY LAST NIGHT

Money by a First Cause of Protest From

Lien State Department WILL $
ALLEGE THAT THEY SHOOT PMCEjaO.OOQ.OOO

WOUNDED BELGIANS SAY OVER 100,000 BELGIANS Washington, Oct. 21.-W. P. G. Washington, Oct. 21.-The United PHYSICIANS ANDCHAPLAINS

GERMANS HAVE ABAN- Harding, member of the federal reserve States has protested to Great Britain Southern Representatives and

board, went to New York todayto against the seizure by a British war- Senators Fail to Secure Di-
DONED OSTEND IN ENGLAND confer with bankers there about ship of the American tank steamer Have Killed Wounded; German
I rect Relief for Cotton
the $150,000,000 loan fund to take "John D. Rockefeller." This was an- Soldiers and Fire on Hospitals -

care of the surplus cotton crop. Mr. nounced today by Acting Secretary and Red Cross GrowersAD
RUSSIANS REPORT BIG SUCCESSESClaim I
MORE ARE COMING EVERY Harding expected to meet Festus J. Lansing of the state department.As .
Flag
DAY AND ARE ASSIGNEDTO Wade, of St. Louis, one of the. sup- the Rockefeller' was American- HEAD AND OTHER wash dispa

to Have Obtained Foot- CITIES porters of the plan, in Philadelphia, owned, flew the American flag and no Berlin, Germany, via wireless to Washington, Oct. 21.-Special.-( )
and continue the effort to have the change of registry was involved, the The conferees on the war tax bill
hold on Left Bank Vistula Sayville, L. I., Oct. 21.-The imperial
Plan for Permanent Employ- New York bankers accept proposalsfor I I American government considers the reached an agreement on all items to-
-Bombardment Belfort seizure unwarranted. She had Amer- government has sent a formal protestto night and
ment for the Refugees Is the use of the funds discussed by are prepared to report to
Said to Have the federal reserve board. ican officers and crew. France and to neutral nations con- the house and senate tomorrow morn
Begun Now Being Worked
New York bankers are understoodhere The ship was bound from one neu- cerning alleged violations of the rulesof ing. The report will be adopted with-

Out by Officials to desire to put up their contri- tral port to another, leaving Philadel- out delay and congress will adjourn
the Geneva convention by French
Paris, Oct. 21.-Special.-( ) butions to the fund with the agree- phia September 2 for Copenhagen, tomorrow night until December.

Fighting continued throughout London, Oct. 21.-Assignment of ment that they shall be safeguardedwith and carried illuminating oil which, franc-tireurs (sharpshooters) and It is estimated that the revenue

today with unabated fury in the Belgian refugees to the hospitality a first lien on the cotton. It was I'Secretary Lansing said, had not been regular troops.It I that will be derived from the bill in

west Flanders from the Northsea of the various English cities is regarded said the northern bankers includingNew I classed as contraband in any notifica- is declared in this protest that its final form will be $90,000,000, instead -

as merely a temporary emer- York, might be willing to con- 'tion received from Great Britain. The the French have killed or mutilated of $107,000,000 as provided in
the French frontier.A I'
across gency work by Lord Gladstone, for- tribute four or five cents a pound on I vessel was taken to the Orkney the bill as it passed the senate..
terrific battle three of South Africa wounded German soldiers; that they
along mer general
governor -
islands. The made to the
the cotton to be cared for with the I protest was
fronts with total line of 45 and his associates who are direct- have fired on ambulances filled with
a understanding that their obligations British government through Ambas- No Direct Relief for Cotton Growers
I
miles, is officially reported by ing the work of the war refugees should be the first considered at the sador Page at London who was instructed wounded and bearing the Red Cross Washington, Oct. .-(Special.)-

the war office. committee. time of repayment. If southern !1 to ask for the Rockefeller's flag; that they have invaded German The hope of Southern congressmenand
Lord Gladstone in statement hospitals, robbed the hospital staff
a bankers participating in the plan desired immediate release. senators that they could get leg-
Reports have been received made today explained that plans were and stolen the hospital equipment;
islation
to put up several cents additional Mr. Lansing said no representationsor through congress specifically
that the English fleet is bom- under consideration for the that they have fired on German doc-
perma- on each pound of cotton their obligations protest had been made in the case providing relief for the cotton grow-
barding Ostend, occupied some nent relief of the Belgians and for would come second. In return of the steamer B rind ilia taken recently tors who were gathering or attending ers was brought to an end late today

days ago by the Germans, but their employment under satisfactorysocial the southern banks, it was said, to Halifax. I to the wounded, killing some of these when the house defeated the bill directing

no mention of this is made in conditions. More than 100,000 are to be given the management of i Mr. Lansing had an engagementwith medical men and taking others cap- the secretary of the treasuryto
Belgians already in England and tives, and that they have captured a
are the fund under the supervision of the' President Wilson but declined to deposit $250,000,000 in southern
the official communique issuedat a committee probably will be named field clergyman whom they treated as
the seizure of banks to be loaned
I federal reserve board. say whether the ships to cotton and tobacco
11 o'clock tonight. shortly to consider means to providefor a common criminal.
would be discussed. As the Brindil- growers. The vote was 123
The northernmost point of the their permanent care during the This protest is accompanied by fif-
I POOR ROADS IMPAIR MINDS OF la's cargo was the same as the Rocke- to 91.
allied line the North winter and possibly during the entire I teen affidavits from various German The house
rests then
on sea WOMEN IS GOVERXOR'S feller's the government's action today prepared to take up
war. The boats from Flushing and soldiers, physicians and Catholic field
at Nieuport. From here to Dix- CLAIM I was taken to foreshadow another pro the Smith-Lever warehouse bill and
Calais are still bringing large crowdsof priests which support the allegationsmade.
test and demand for release unless certain amendments to the federal reserve -
mude, along a north and south
Belgian refugees daily. Chicago, Oct. 21.-Experts in men some difficulty in the change of the act, the effect of which will be
line ten miles long, the allies are
tal ailments agree that rural isolationdue Brindilla's registry, not yet devel- to extend some relief to the cotton

engaged desperately in stem- to bad roads is a serious factor 1 i!oped, came up.RUSSIANS growers. The warehouse bill pro- I
ming the German advance on GERMAN TORPEDO BOAT in inflicting disorders of the mind on FIGHTING AROUND lILLEIS vides for federal licensing of cotton

Dunkirk. Presumably the Bel- women, Governor Dunne told the As- CALL GERMANS: warehouses and improves the negotia- .

gian army, led by King Albert, AFTER BIGGER GAME here sociation today.of Commerce in an address LIARS FIERCE bility of warehouse receipts. 1

was in this engagement as it
The asserted
that
governor poor ROUNDABOUT STORY INDICATES
was reported last night at Fur- S-90 LOOKING FOR LARGER roads.hinder crop production and diStribution Petrograd, Oct. 21.-A statement BARBED WIRE ENTANGLE- GERMANS SICK OF WAR ;

few miles westwardof impair the of regarding the claim of the enemy that .
only efficiency
ness, a VICTIM WHEN SANKTAKACHIHO so- MENTS GIVE ALLIES -,'
cial, moral, fraternal and educational the Russian casualties around Prze-
this battle line. Copenhagen, via London, Oct. 21.-
TROUBLE
mysl exceed 40,000 men is made pub-
From Ypres to Menin the bat- organizations which depend largely !| The military Tageblatt hints that
on public assemblies for their work, lic here by the official news agency.It .
tle raged in an east and west Could Not Escape and Was Run I I read: Fighting Is From House to there is a certain amount of anxiety ,\
I and the consequent loneliness on the about the situation manifesting itself
line 15 miles in length, lying at Ashore, All of the Crew farm not only depresses the women I'' "The German official communications House and Progress of the in Germany. He explains though;

right angles across the straight Succeeding in Reach- but drives the young people to the have adopted a policy of grossly Allied Forces Has that a decision is likely to come "likea J
the Russian losses. It i
north and south German line, ing Land cities. exaggerating Been Slow thief in the night" and that it will
is announced here that the records in j
which was only recently extended more probably be on the east front 1
Peking, Oct. 21.-An official Ger- THE WEATHER this matter are kept and from thisit Paris, Oct. 21.-The outcome of the rather than in the west.
from Ostend, through Ypres, is known that the Austrian I j
man report on the blowing up of the an- battle in the north, according to the Chancellor Bethmann-Hollweg, according ,
and on to Lille. Florida: Fair Thursday and Friday nouncement that the Russian lossesin
cruiser Takachiho in
Japanese Kiau judgment of observers in Paris, remained to the Tageblatt, is being at-
The third battle line extended Chau harbor the night of October 17, except showers Friday in north Przemysl are about 40,000 exceedsthe undecided this morning.It tacked in certain influential circles as

from Warneton straight southto sets forth the German torpedo boat west portion. real losses one hundred times." is thought here the furious con- responsible for the war. 1

La Bassee. This is the first S-90 went to sea with the intentionof ,-- ---- test in this part of Belgium and The Frankfurter Zeitung prints a j
attacking a large cruiser. Failingin France has reached its height. The message from Constantinople to the
time Warneton has been
men-
Mrs. Carman Will Take Stand
this she had to content herself Germans, who at,first yielded to the effect that the foreign ambassadors ;
in the from the
tioned
news with the Takachiho.As offensive of the allies, now are forc- have been notified by the porte that

front. It is a frontier town in soon as this vessel had been disposed Today and Tell What SheKno ing to the maximum the lines of the war ships are forbidden to enter the 1 1

Belgium on the river Lys and of the S-90 attempted to es French and English. In this they Gulf of Smyrna.The 1

about fifteen miles northwest of cape. It was found, however, that -- c have been assisted by troops from Vossiche Zeitung states that ,

this move could not be carried out Mineola, L. I., Oct. 21.-Special.( ) up to the window, retk the glass, Antwerp and all the other German the porte's action is directed against :

Lille.Unofficial indicate and the crew of the torpedo boat ran -Celie Coleman, the former servantin fire a revolver and retreat into the forces available in Belgium.The the Anglo-French Mediterranean ;
reports
her upon the beach and then got safe- the Carman household, and Frank house hurriedly. The counsel for allies, however, apparently are fleet. ;
that at no point along the entire ly ashore. fighting with the greatest determination j
Farrell, the two most important state Mrs. Carman raked both witnesses
45 miles of fighting was there a The Japanese legation here says witnesses in the prosecution of Mrs. with a withering fire of cross ques- to take the important city of MICHIGAN BOYS. AGED TEN AND j

fiercer battle than that between that the work of mounting the siege Carman for murder told their storiesto tions, but both remained unshaken. Lille, in spite of the enemy's extra- TWELVE,SUICIDE FOR FEAR

Nieuport and Dixmude. What guns before Tsingtau has not yet the jury today. The hope of Mrs. With the stories of Celie Colemanand ordinary resistance. The allies' at- OF A REPRIMAND 1
been completed and that the bombard- tacks which have been accompaniedby 1
the capture of Lille would mean Carman now rests upon the effect Frank Farrell the state virtually
ment of Tsingtau probably will be delayed their stories will have upon the jury. ended its case. By noon tomorrowthe progress at various points, have Freeland, Mich., Oct. 21.-Delbert !
to the allies, the occupation of several weeks. Celie Coleman testified that Mrs. cross-examination of Farrell been followed always by spirited I Woodruff and Lloyd Pierce, aged 10

Dunkirk would mean to the Ger- Carman admitted to her that she should cease. Then, according to counter attacks by the Germans. I and 12 years respectively, committed

mans. Reinforcing the Belgian TWO MORE PEACE PACTS ARE fired the fatal shot and later tried to counsel, Mrs. Carman will take the Around Lille and in the thickly pop- I suicide last night because, it is be-

army, across the German ad- RATIFIED persuade her to lie in order to clear stand. She will deny in its entiretythe ulated districts where the fightinghas lieved, they feared punishment for ;

vance along the coast, the allies her. sensational story of Celie Cole been from house to house, the operations having played truant from school
Washington, Oct. :21.-Peace com- Farrell testified that he was look- man, and in doing so will till what are difficult and progress has I durilng the afternoon. When the
threw their troops into the fight mission treaties with Ecuador and ing for work on the night of the trag- she claims is the true story of her been slow, especially in the face of boys failed to return to their homes i

with desperate abandon. Greece were ratified today by the sen- edy and, being penniless approachedthe location when Mrs. Bailey was killed. the barbed wire defenses put up by for supper inquiries revealed they

Reports of activities in the ate. Similar treaties with the Dominican back door of the Carman home to Throughout the negres testimonyshe the Germans. had not been at school and searching 1

region of Verdun and from Republic and Panama were ask for something to eat, and saw a sat unmoved with her eyes con- These barbed wire obstructions parties were organized. '

Nancy to Metz say that fight- discussed but no action was taken. woman resembling Mrs. Carman walk stantly upon the girl. have proved a serious obstacle to the In the meantime the boys had been ;
allies' advance. It is realized here seen hurrying homeward and a by- 1
of character is
ing desperate
a I by the Exchange Telegraph: that it may be necessary.to make sac- stander informed them of the commotion j
in progress there. Seminole Citizens ReportedTo them and it has
"The Germans in the region rifices to surmount their disappearance had caused.A .
been suggested that the men selectedfor few minutes later two shots were
north of the river Pilitja have
i
Wounded Belgians Report Ger- Have Violated Game LawsAccording the task be armed, among other heard. The boys were found lying in 1
been repulsed and are now in things with bucklers such as were front of the Pierce home. Each had ',!

mans Driven From Ostend full retreat, leaving many ; I used successfully in attacking the a bullet wound in the forehead and t

London, Oct. 21Special.( ) wounded behind. Tuesday the ;I to persistent rumor here: composed of eight gentlemen and that notorious automobile bandits of Parisin each clutched a small revolver.

-A Central News dispatch from Russians achieved considerable yesterday, several of Seminole coun- I i they were caught with the game in their refuge in the suburbs of the i;

Folkstone says that four hun- successes, and a position on the ty's most prominent citizens are alleged their possession, consisting of six turkeys city. FIREMEN TOOK DAY OFF 1

dred wounded Belgians arrived to have been arrested at Fort and several quail, and that theyI
left bank of the Vistula was se-
I Christmas charged with violation of I each put up one hundred dollar bonds SEARS RESIGNS SCHOOL JOB New Orleans La., Oct. 21.Little i
there from Calais. The soldiers "
cured.
I the game laws. The correctness of for their appearance for trial in criminal business was transacted by those at- :
state that the Germans have I the report could not be verified last court. Kissimmee Fla., Oct. 21.-W. J. tending the convention of the Inter- 1

been driven from Ostend. Germans Bombard Belfort (i night from official sources because County Game Warden Ed. McDowell Sears, Democratic nominee for congress national Association of Fire Engi- 1

Rotterdam, Oct. 21.-Spe-( the deputy game warden at Fort stated last night that he had no I from the fourth Florida district, neers here today. Most of the day 3

Russians Report Important Suc- Christmas has not reported to County official report of the alleged arrests, has forwarded his resignation, effect- was given over to social features. ; :
cial.-According) to the Morgen ;
Game Warden Ed. McDowell, and only hearing of -through unofficial I ive February 1, 1915, to Governor i r
cesses Post the Germans have
trans-
I i there is no telegraph or telephone line sources, but that he was determinedto Trammell, as superintendent of pub- I New November magazines every
London, Oct. 21.-Special.( ) ported heavy artillery to posi- to that place. For that reason the prosecute all violations of the lic instruction of Osceola county.It day. Ladies' Home Journal, Satur-

The following statement has tions before Belfort and the names are withheld. game laws to the limit, irrespective I is believed that a primary will day Evening Post, Country Gentleman -

been received from Petrograd 1 bombardment has begun. j I| It is alleged that the ,party was of whom they might be. j be held soon to fill the vacancy. I etc. Curtis & O'Neal.fIIII" .


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s up you a pencilor
r TO THE GROWERS AND SHIPPERS diameters for the different
packs
was
SOLD J3Y a $50.00 Filing Case.W. .
I, OF CITRUS FRUITS determined several years ago by
Prof. Hume,and a table was preparedby
t Your attention is called again to the experiment station. These fig- Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. S. BRANCH,
[ the new regulation affecting the ures, however, were obtained when ,
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stamping of boxes to show their net the Florida shippers used the flat For the last Twenty-five Years. The Arcade Book and Music Store
: contents to conform to the latest decision pack, and no doubt the actual meas-
of the food board of the
pure urements today are somewhat larger ---
f United States department of agricul- than? those given in this table. It is
t ture. It has been decided by them perfectly legitimate to use a larger I
. that stamping the boxes with the in- diameter than indicated in this table I I
' side measurements namely "12x12x24j ,providing, of course, you do npt give I $8 Charleston and Return $8I
L j inches" does not fulfill the require-I the average diameter larger than it
,
ments of the law. They have outlined
actually is. If one desires to use this I
r E two methods of labeling which will latter method of stamping his boxes, ; VIA"Clyde
be acceptable to them: it is possible to prepare rubber I
{ First: Stamping in Terms of I I
t Dry stamps which will show each pack, __ -
Measure. and at the same time, the average I Line"First
( The; growers and shippers are at I diameter of that pack. This will BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
L liberty to stamp upon the boxes the :make it unnecessary to do any more LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
E| contents of that box in terms of bush- I stamping than is done at the a
present I Class Meals and Berth
Effective from August 1, 1914 to August Included
els, pecks, quarts, pints, or fractions I time when the packer stamps the
1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc-
I" thereof. We have received a state- number of fruit on the end of the
tion during that time:
ment from the department that for !
f the Florida standard box, which box.It is important that the growers Car $555.00Runabout This special rate good on any of the Company's
Touring -
P measures 12x12x24 inches, the ex- and shippers over the state appre- steamers August 22nd to October 17th
pression "Contents 13-5 bu. stamped ciate the fact that this law is now in : I 505.00 :: inclusive.
upon the box, will fulfill all of the effect, and that arrests will doubtless F. O. B. Orlando. All ear fully equipped. I I
requirements. In addition to this be made if shipments are found not ; i
Farther we will be able to obtain the max'cmm efficiency Return Limit 10 Days
marking, the numerical count may be complying with the law. Stamping i in our factory production and the minimum cost in our
if reach .ut,>>ot of
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Added. purchasing and sales department we
the number of ,
oranges or grapefruit I
Second: Stamping in Terms of upon the end of a box, with no additional -I 300,000 And mould ran we between reach the this above production date we. agree t. pay as Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville [{every
Numerical Count and Average Diam- information, violates the law. the buyer' share from In to 1'8 per tar (on or about Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p m. ,
eter of Fruit. LLOYD S. TENNY.We August Ford ear t.U15)between to every August retail 1. Jt"buyer and who Auguot purchases 1, U15.a new
i If the shipper does not desire to 1 For further particulars regarding th H low prices and profit-
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f his boxes with the number of oranges money on real estate at 6 per cent.
f interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., F. G. RUSH I
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The Wonder Town of the High Ridge Section. The Farthest South in the Lake Region


The Coming Center of the Citrus Fruit Industry.We .


have Lots sell for each and location etc.
to $100 upwards, depending on improvements,


The price of our very best Citrus Fruit Farms is $50.00, $100 00 and $150.00 per acre, according to:Io- :

| cation. Terms, one-fourth down, one-fourth each six months. 6 per cent. interest on deferred payments. *


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. Aroundthis

lake, are many attractive building sites, which sooner or later will be occupied by good homes.

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PARIS SINCE THE SIEGE WAS of the undermost section of it. And I they should be given the best in the and the free classes of all sorts to be i

AVERTEDBy even as I spoke a lady demanded and way of instruction and training; their !j conducted under the auspices of this
obtained a button from the tunic of I I surroundings inside and outside the ] church can not help but be of benefit

( George Dufresne) one of his comrades. Truly hero worship -I school buildings should be those that :, to the community of Pine Castle. GRAND

Paris Oct. .To look for the has manifold ways of expressingitself. i would tend to elevate the thoughtsand i
ideas of growing. children. Teach-I'JUSTICE '
first time upon the subdued and de- I JI'REYXOLDSSSIG EDI
mure face which Paris today pre- But these men were quite happy ers whose uppermost thought is the i I
and cheery. So far as I could gather intellectual' welfare and improvementof 1 E
sents tfo the world is to experiencethe j Washington, Oct. 20. Justice Mc-
surprise of one's life time. No they of the "trews" had belonged to their pupils are the sort to be se- j! Reynolds, the new associate justice TOID2V.Y"Lost :

one familiar with the French capital a party that had "taken the wrong lected for the school work and when 't; of the supreme court, was today as-
turning" as it were and had strayedinto their work evidences the improved
under normal conditions-its exuber- signed by Chief Justice White to the II. |
ant gaiety its sleepless pursuit of Paris. The veteran in the kilt, and advanced in their scholar's intel- I. seventh circuit, comprising Illinois, I II in Mid-Ocean "
pleasure its crowded theaters, $ts who told me he enlisted in 1897 and ligence, expression, general appear- ,j j I Indiana and Wisconsin. In this assignment ,
thronged boulevards and overflowing. had been called up as a reservist, had ance and manners, they should re- j j I he succeeds the late Justice
cafes-could ever have imagined that had a different experience. Greatlyto ceive commendation and support in |I Lurton. Under modern practice a A great Vitagraph special feature in

Paris was capable of such an extra- his chagrin, he had seen no fight- their achievement. We have a very !i justice seldom holds court in his cir- three big parts. This feature is not in-
ordinary change in the course of a.. ing. On the march he had come by good school building but still there i l cuit.
few weeks. The metamorphosis is an accident to his hand, which had are many things needed about it. i{I cluded in the regular service, but costs us

staggering; it is almost impossibleto necesitated his being sent to hospital. A strong effort will be made this i extra money and is a superior productionin

describe it adequately in words. lIe was now going to the front, and year to pay off the debt on the school WHY SUFFER ANYSTOMACH every respect.In .

Imagine if you can, the wheels of was delighted at the prospect. piano. It is hoped that the citizensof
life at Pine Castle will revive their interest DISTRESSWhen with this
Parisian running quarter conjunction big produc-
PINE CASTLE RANDOM NOTES in the school and appreciate the
if the echo-
speed. Imagine, you can tion will show
efforts of the children and their
ing quietness of a Scottish Sunday Jli-o-na Is a Quick and Effec- .
Pine Castle Fla. Oct. 20.Mrs.E. friends who will contribute to the
descended upon the fair face of the tive RemedyIf "
once vibrant city. Picture to .yourself L. Sphaler is at home after a first entertainment for the benefit of your stomach is continually Our Greater Motive
the boulevards month's stay at her old home in Gas- the piano which will be given some kicking up a disturbance causing ,
if you can grand distress after eating heartburn
accustomed to seethe with ton, S. C. The cotton problem is a time in November. After the pianois
that Another
are coated tongue, gas, sour taste of food, Vitagraph featuring James
animation until midnight and long serious matter in that section, the paid for there will be a few other and you feel blue, irritable and ner-
after, damped down, as it were each farms there being planted almost en- things badly needed in the school vous, you are suffering from indi- Morrison George Cooper and Dorothy

evening at eight or nine o'clock. tirely to cotton. The Sphalers own a which it will be tried to purchase by gestion needless and dyspepsia.It's for you. to suffer and Kelly. You can't beat them.

Think of a Place de 1'Opera ordina- big farm near Gaston and they were the proceeds of entertainments.The now is the time to quickly stop the
rily palpitating with wheeled trafficof unable to dispose of their this year's Christian Workers of Union distress and regulate your stomach.

all sorts, now so quiet and still unusually large crop of cotton, and chapel gave an oyster supper Friday Simply get from McElroy's Phar- "He Was Bad "
'I macy, or any drug store, some Mi-o-na
that you might almost play tennis on with others will have to await devel- evening and cleared a substantialsum tablets-a simple prescription that ,
the carriageway in broad daylight, opments of the markets. Mrs. Sphaler towards the expenses of the I does more than give quick and lasting
and risk the occasional interruptionof says she saw the unprecedented and, building they propose to erect on the relief, Mi-o-na soothes the irritated A Lubin comedy with that all-star
to her, sad sight of her old for in church work lining of the stomach and stimulatesthe
a passing cab or" military automo- very chapel grounds use flow of the digestive juices so colored cast. A scream from start to fin-
bile. Think of the Champs Elyseesas neighbors peddling their cotton from and entertainment.The that what is
you eat quickly converted ish. A five real that is well bal-
a study in perspective the Place place to place as they would their new Baptist church has its into healthful nourishment, then program
de le Concorde, as a sort of geomatricvoid butter and eggs. steeple completed and bids fair to bea you are well and strong, and no longer anced and guaranteed to please ever cne.

the Rue de Vivoli as a comparatively Miss Bertha Johns, of Kissimmee, very nice looking building when en- less worry nights.Do about. trifles or have rest-

deserted thoroughfare.But visited with her relatives and friends tirely finished. The Baptist Ladies' not allow indigestion to wreck

the people of Paris, or as many here during the past week and returned Aid Society, who have virtually built your health and happiness but get NO ADVANCE IN PRICES. NO ADVANCE IN PRICES.
some Mi-o-na tablets! at oncetheyare
of them as are still left within its home Sunday accompanied by the church, deserve great praise for
cheap and h .rmless. T&T
walls, seem in no way depressed by her cousin, Miss Ada Johns. the immense amount of work done so
Five and Ten Cents
the sudden change which has over- Mr. J. D. Stinespring is in Tennessee far as the raising of money is con- -- Only
on a pleasure and business trip Look at the label on your paper;
taken the course of their daily exist- cerned. The church letter which goes
it shows the month and the to One cent reel for the children. Two
ence. They are subdued and chas- and will be aw.y indefinitely.Miss to the Wekiwa Baptist Associationthis year a
tened, perhaps, by the contemplationof Norma Griffin, daughter of year places the valuation of this which your subscription is paid. Sub- cents a reel to adults.
:Mr. Chas. Griffin, of Kissimmee, with scription accounts are due in advance.
events that may still befall them- new building as it now stands with-
selves and their fair city. Paris, responsive her friend, Miss Grace Gilbert, also of out finishing and furnishing at approximately -
to the stilled voice of its Kissimmee, spent Saturday and Sun- $900. It will be a great Biggest per cent of profit ever is
street traffic, may speak in whispers; day with her aunt, Mrs. Jos. L. Sundy. addition to Pine Castle in the way of derived from the use of the Sentinel's "THAT ORCHESTRA"Free

but it is perfectly calm now, and Mrs. G. R. Salisbury is making improvements buildings and the many lines of work want ad. columns.
even confident in the ultimate issue at her cottage on Lake of charge. Can you beat it.
of the war, be it long or short. Conway, getting it in readiness for -- -- = -- -

Somehow I feel that a change has winter residents. :Mr. George C. As a leader for the next

come over the demeanor of the Par- Shackleton and family, of Grand Rap- Tomorrow---Jesse L. Lasky presents
ids, Mich., who were here last winter,
isians in the last forty-eight hours.I Ten "
Days
"THE MAN ON A BOX. That
fancy I can read in their faces the will occupy the cottage again this great

improved tone of the war news in the season. comedy drama in five parts. A Para-
where the British and French The Lake View Inn is now ready O L
west a.L. V ...i.I mount production.
troops are doing such great things. for the winter season, cleaned

But their resolution is undaunted. If throughout and freshly painted, and will give FREE an extra
they hope for the best they are yet there are early indications that the I
with each suit.
for the worst, and they will house will be filled for the entire pair pants
prepared
face it philosophically. None the season. 350 pieces all wool WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ?

less, it means a vast deal to them, Mrs. Homer Sheldon and daughter, -
and to their peace of mind, that the i of North Kingsville, are expected Prices, $15 to $30 FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

barbaric invader has, for the moment I shortly at their cottage here; and FOR'WOMEN i I GAINESVILLE
at all events, been balked of his design Mrs. Chas. Livengood has sent wordof Fit, workmanship and mate- TALLAHASSEE.College .

to make his way through to their her coming to her winter cottage rial guaranteed.Act of Arts and Sciences! ;Normal School: I I -
School of Music: School of Expression
quite soon. ;
beloved city, and dictate a humiliat- now and save one-third School of Art: Extension Division; Graduate !i 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts:
Dr. S. W. Reed left Monday morn- School Modern Gymnasium with
ing peace at the point of his dripping : swimming ", Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teacher
sword. ,, ing for Jacksonville and points in the cost of a suit.Phone. pool modern; basket buildings ball;and beautiful tennis campus courts;new; dormitories and College; Graduate Experiment! SchooL Station Ten;new Extension brick buildings Division -

At a rough guess I should say that Tennessee on professional business.We -, b have all modern conveniences; new besides gymnasium; swimming pool and
dining room and kitchen most hygienic in .
78 many aub6idiaQbuiJdinp. 61 officers instructors -
three out of every four shops in the can not blame his old friends Florida; 418 ;young ladies from 49 counties and assistants. 854. young men
sending for this successful vet- and 1 states last session. Florida counties and 24 States and
heart of the city-as the visitor locates very
or call on 6 TUITION FREE in Collie and Normal foreign countries last session.
the heart-are closed on account erinarian. School. Board and entrance fees for the TUITION FREE Board and Entrance Fees
year $124.0(> For catalogue write $132.50 per year. Write today for catalogue
Miss Hazel Bennett, who has been
of the The great lumber- EDWARD CONRADL President.
war. w ww 3 3o2, A. A. MUEPHREE. President
ing omnibuses that are such a featureof quite ill for the past two weeks, is V. BAYLARIAN

normal Paris have gone long ago, now convalescent, which will be pleas- ..
and the number of taxis and cabs on ing news to her many friends. Old Stand on Church Street. tlllllllllill 1111111111111111111111111111111111111 II

the streets is still immensely curtailed llrs.Edna Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs.
though perceptibly greater W. M. Hansel Millard and Leonard THE CHASE & CO

than it was only a few days since-- Sullivan spent Sunday at the homeof
the that Parisis Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fulford at PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs
another sign by way
beginnig to shake off the Lockhart.Rev. I
paralysis already which the outbreak of war King Jones, of Conway, regu- Orlando o Paint and Wall Paper Co. modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- ;

inevitably imposed upon her. lar Methodist minister at the Union date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the

On the other hand, ,at the Gare de chapel, with a professional evangelist PKOPKK I PACKINGFIRST i:
High Grade Paints, Oils Varnishes -
Lyon today I saw the longest train I began a week of meetings here Mon- AGENTS FOR
have ever set eyes upon leave for the day night. The first meeting was Kalsomine, Wall Pa- AID TO 1

south and southeast crowded almostto very well attended and an interest Patton's Sun Proof Paper, Wall Board, Roofing HIGHEST PRICES

suffocation with shown that augurs well as a begin- Paints Brushes Etc.
passengers very i
i which, however, would not accomplish the end desired
ning. Rev. Jones is highly esteemedin
of whom were primarily bent
many 261 205 S. Ave. by the if he did not also have available the
this and always SOLD AT THE SIGN OF Phone Orange grower, services <
community can
as it seemed to me, upon showing THE SUN
Paris a clean pair of heels. And on draw people to himself, but it is his ORLANDO, FLORIDA
the platform there were left waiting earnest desire with the help of the ofTHE
CHASE & CO
almost as many people as would have evangelist to convert people and Special Wall Paper 3000 Rolls at Sc.1
filled such another train. have them unite with the church. L. : ,
; SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
And occasionally as you move Our school received quite a degreeof . . .

about the city you come upon scenes interest this week. It was neces- ------- ------ which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, expe-
that rejoice the heart of a Britisher. sary to appoint a school trustee to fill rienced, competent and reliable.

I witnessed one such today. In Paris, the unexpired term of Mr. Paul M&cy,
as in all France the British soldieris resigned. There were several nomi- $ yur. tE "fi'J GIVES THE GROWER

a hero, and by now he has ceasedto nees, and: the circulation of the sev- ne. HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS

be a novelty. Ever and anon just eral petitions brought forth quite a I

now in Paris, you seem to encountera number of comments and opinions.The Ii 1 CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
stray soldier or two in khaki. On name of the appointee will not i GROVERS'IARKETING AGENTS
one of the main boulevards this morn- be known until after the first of Vo- THE MARKET

ing I saw three. All of them, as it vember. Friday morning Dr. J. F. I II CHASE & co.,
happened, belonged to Scottish regi- McKinnon, the county superintendentof
ments. Two were in "trews" and the public schools, visited the school Of Cleanliness Of Quality Main Office, Jacksonville FloridaA.

third wore a kilt. Everybody on the with the trustees Messrs. E. A. Johns I I R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla.
boulevard turned round to look at and S. Frank Phillips. Friday afternoon FRESH AND SALT MEATS 9-30-d&w

them. I had scarcely opened conver- the school children gave a short
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sation with them when I observed program for visitors day at the FISH
that between the three of them they school which is held the last Fridayof conditions. --- .
Kept under the best sanitary .
could not have produced one regi- each month. Several repairs about .. > 111111111111 D II lilt t> l9aMHeiHIIIHBIIIIIIIil
I Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh )
the school
mental badge. All had been parted surroundings will soon

with as souvenirs to an admiring pop- make a decided improvement to the and pure. ..1 ..South Apopka Nurseries..
ulace. Their glengarries were bare appearance of the school grounds. We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

of badges and so were their shoulder There is an oft heard cry for improvement everything in the Meat Line. All the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange '. \

straps. One of the men in tartan in Florida, and especiallyin J Trees, thrifty, well-rooted and clear of all diseases. ; ;
"trews" had even surrendered the rib- Pine Castle and nowhere will it be the PARLOR MARKET New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family .

bons of his bonnet. brought about more decidedly and i FREEAddress 1 1I
But the most interesting figure of more effectively than in the pubis!; I
H. M. Self & Co.
the trio was he in the kilt. Not even schools. Every citizen should take :i .South
his kilt had the souvenir hunters proper \mCllfl' of interest in the pub- I I .. Apopka Nurseries... :
spared. He gently turned up the out- lic school and be ready to help whena PINE STREET
I
er fold of it and showed me how he call is given for anything it is in OCOEE, FLORIDA
had been cajoled into parting in need of. Those attending the schoolsare J Phone No. 80 9-4-tf i

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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTSBy BEACHAM HAD A NARROW ES- MEN'S OPEN FORUMAt
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South Florida SentinelMORNING " " " " 01
called
( W. S. Branch) I a meeting by Mr. C. P.

AND WEEKLY A woman would die before she Hon. Braxton Beacham, who has Dow, Judge Warlow and Dean Rem-

JOSIAH FERRIS Editor and Owner would acknowledge that she didn't roamed the woods of Florida for sen about thirty prominent men as- I

understand classical music.-Times- many years, had his narrowest escape sembled at the Chapter House of St. i r
Entered at the pmtoffice at Orlando. Flor Union Philosopher.We yesterday from a rattlesnake. i Luke's Cathedral last night to arrange -
Clan M.il Matter.
Lit..e Second
have heard some so-called clas- He was walking in his big grove atl 1 for the men of Orlando to come I BLANKETS t :

SUBSCRIPTION RATES sical music that made us wish we had Apopka, over some new ground that: together and discuss questions of
Daily. 1 Year ........................ JS.OO selection
the had been their own on matters social,
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.50 died before program began. just mowed, when, close to I i Our new range of Blankets are aU in. :
Daily. 3 Month ................._.... 1.25 a an orange tree, he stepped on a big moral or ethical. Wednesday even-
Daily. 1 Month ....................... 69 \Ye take a pardonable pride in our extensive ;
first and third of each month -
Things not to worry about: The rattler without seeing him. j ings ( )
weekly 1 Year ...................... $1.00 that The snake was chosen for the time of meetingsand assortment r
Weekly. 6 Months .................... 75 Clyde people announce practically quickly coiled and pre
all of their bookings for Jackson- pared to strike, and Mr. Beacham at- the topic for the first meeting is, COTTON

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ville are filled up to the middle of De- tributes its failure to get him to the "The Relations Between Christianityand I BLAXKETS. I

ADVANCETO cember. We shall have to hurry up fact that it had just swallowed a big War." There is every prospectof WOOL AND COTTON BLANKETS,

ADVERTISERS: that tourist headquarters and rest rabbit and was apparently very un this becoming a real benefit to all ALL WOOL BLANKETS I

room and get plenty of seats around comfortable. A man working nearby interested in the welfare of their fel- '
Copy for display and all other handset ALL WOOL IMPORTED BLANKETS,
advertiunc moat be handed in at the bnrineM Lake Eola park. was called and killed the rattler, lows.
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. -. which had ten rattles and the usual SCOTCH \IAUDS, WRAPS AND 1
This rule
the day before publication. applies
t* chance for contract: advertising; It is The Waycross city council legis- complement of buttons. WEST SIDE PROPERTY CHANGES SHAWLS
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. ,
lated cows from running at large on HANDSMr.

Subscribers desiring The Seentinel discontinued the streets and passed an ordinance SPEER CASE IS ENDED
should notify the office in writing on that stable should be within Jos. F. Pfeiffer has purchasedfrom
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be no cow I' Washington, Oct. 21.Chargeswhich Mrs. Whittenberg three six PRICES BASED OX OUR NEW STANDARD .
continued the The councilis
at regular subscription rates. 50 feet of a residence.
until notice to stop is received. brought about an investigationof
about to back down on the latter i room cottages and one-fourth of block OF VALUES.
ordinance because it would Emory F. Speer, federal judge for I 3, on West Pine street. The new
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1914. deprivesome
the southern district of Georgia, for-
of Thatis owner will at once begin extensive
people keeping a cow.
mally were dropped by the house to-
about like repealing an ordinance improvements. :Mrs.Vhittenberg COIFORTERS.
You couldn't beat this weather witha providing for clean, wholesome milk day. The judiciary committee recom- purchased this property about two
dub. mended that no further proceedingsbe years ago, and was advised at the 'Ve'll soon get calls for these, even now
because some of the milk men are too
Q indolent or too slovenly to keep their had and the house unanimously time that she was making a bad investment there is just that piquant touch of brisk
A paragraph going the rounds de- adopted that report. RepresentativeWebb but like all Orlando prop-
clean. In the light of ,
product our
I coolness noticeable that
denotes colder
clares Jerusalem has no newspapers.An of North Carolina, chairman of erty it increased in value. Mrs. Whit-
knowledge of germs and flies, no fam-
o the judiciary committee, presentedthe tenberg still owns three cottages in weather to come. In the
ily should be compelled to live nearer
Indiana man mistook carbolic committee's report and the accompanying the adjoining block and she is con-
that 50 feet from a cow stable. The
acid for whiskey and died. Evidently mass of testimony takenin stantly improving the property.
Waycross repeal would indicate that 66\IAISII" COMFORTER
accustomed to the blind tiger kind. the case by the committee, which
I they care more for the cows than theydo
o I for the babies and grown people. held sessions Washington and in CURRY FACTORY MOVING INTO We have the "acme" of perfection and in
Florida schools have progressedabout Georgia. Today's action ends the
NEW BUILDINGThe
the of
range designs and qualities we carry :-
far enough for the little ones case.

to cease loving the teacher or the Speaking of the editorial depart- I Curry cigar factory is being we cover every inquiry.To .

school.If ment, the Times-Union man says, PRESBYTERIAN RUMMAGE SALE moved into the new four story brick ( those who prefer to make their
"This is not dishwater office
o a building on West South street, and by own comforters we carry a magnificentrange
the belligerents would put the Neither is it a whitewashing estab- I The Young Ladies' Auxiliary of the the first of next week will begin to of Silkalines and other Fabrics and

war poets in the front rank they lishment, a sugar coated pill factory, Presbyterian church will hold a rum- make their popular brands in the new
a honey jumble bakery nor a "try to also the "Maish" Batts, made of that justly -
would at least have the consciousnessof mage sale on Friday and Saturday, quarters. Several days will elapse
having accomplished some good. please everybody" headquarters. October 30th and 31st. Please look before all the stock and fixtures are famous "laminated" cotton-these battsare

o over your clothes and discard any not moved, as Mr. Curry is endeavoringto made full size of the comforters, and

The afternoon papers of Tuesday, II. B. Leake contends that he is needed or in use, and donate them for interfere with the work as little as costs no more than the ordinary common

using the Associated Press, had the the best looking red headed man in this sale. 22-2t possible. batts sold by the pound.
Russians and Turks engaged in a Orlando. If all the others should I

naval battle. They have neglected to move away he would probably be en-

inform a waiting world as to which titled to the first prize.
.got the decision. a I MILLINERY AND READY-TO.\\' '\R
A Rare
0 "Tampa may get a street cleaning OpportunityThe 2 Our Styles consist of positively the

A citizen of Mississippi tries to department," says the Tribune. From "Newest "
I of the New, our stocks
startle us by declaring that he is able surface indications they already needa Crawford home place at No: 108 America are aug-

to make onions and potatoes grow on city council cleaning department in street must be sold at once. The lot has a frontage mented almost daily.Ve voice here
the same vine. The only difficulty is the shape of commission form of city I simultaneously with New York-the new-

in preventing the eyes of the potatoes govynment. of 83 f feet and 333 feet deep. The house contains est in vogue. Our low prices will more

from continually weeping.A six rooms, but is not modern in appointments _. than astonish you.HENS .

o H. Kanners great sale continues though it could easily be made so. I have the exclusive h
until November 1st. 11tfMMMMMMMMMIM I.
German official report a few
handling of this property and am prepared
days ago declared that the Russians
had lost 40,000 men, killed, woundedand to offer you a GREAT BARGAIN. Remember.itMUST DEPARTMENT.Every .

captured at Przemysl. The Rus- BE SOLD, so see me at once if interested. day adds to our assortment of
T. F. HOURIHAN I
sians come back with an official state- Neckwear.We .
ment, not exactly calling the Germans j
Licensed Plumber and I carry all the exclusive weaves and
liars but intimating that they are ',
strangers to the truth, and that the Sanitary Engineer < colorings shown by the best houses in New
I
Estimates Furnished. .
Jobbing
number lost was nearer 400. Prc-nptly: Attended to. S.Y.WAYInsurance York. A good dresser cannot fail to be

o j interested.We.
PHONE 629
Yesterday was the 35th anniversary I
of the perfection of the inventionof Io6 Court Street I ; and Real Estate Agent ;

the incandescent electric light by ORLANDO, FLORIDA I I are the representatives of
Thomas A. Edison. The inventionwas r I
PHONE 172 ,
perfected in Mr. Edison's labora- 4jllmHQIIIMMIIMMMIMItM II HART SCHAFFNER AND MARX

tory at Fort Myers, Florida, and the I CLOTHING,
.t story has been told that he offered to .
experiment with it there, erecting a 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII .111. .0+tIitI I KNOX HATS,

; plant and lighting the town free of
MANHATTAN
SHIRTS
charge for several years provided the Buy Gum Camphor
St.rnis
town would erect the poles and string I

r the wires. According to the story, i

the offer was rejected and Mr. Edisonwas w" made in Orlando. We sell it. Pa- HALF HOSE.

politely informed that he was a We emphasize a special line of 25 cent
fool to think that light could be sent Hose.
tronize home industry.
along a wire. o I PHARMACY


WHAT WARS HAVE COST ... .I.IIIIIIIIIII..IIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIICIII'I -----W GROCERY DEPARTMENT.Pickles .

; II I I I I I I I 1I1111 I11I D III II II I I 1III. 1I1I1 II11I 1 I . I C .. I J I [ I j Ii. Pickles For Everybody!
The wars of Napoleon, says an exchange -

: in thirteen years cost France Sweet Mixed Pickles in Bulk-Dill Pick-

r $1,000,000,000. Our civil war expenditure i les by the Dozen-Sour Cucumber Picklesby

r of the federal government the Dozen-Pickles in PackagesallKinds.
; amounted to $3,400,000,000, or nearly
"CARVEL"The (Try a Jar of Sweet Melon Mangoes -
f thirteen times as much a year as Na-
t poleon's. The Franco-German war !)

cost added France war indemnity$1,580,000,000 of ,$1,000,000-besides an Solid Gold Howard Watch at $55.

t 000. This same great war, which NOTICEWe

r lasted only 190 days, cost Germany Your alert, forward-looking men are strong for the Howard take pleasure in announcing that

I $150,000,000 for an average fighting have the
Carvel.! we secured services of
}r force of 1,250,000 men. The other

l big European war of the past half Mrs.: Marie: Mallard,
In design and finish an achievement in the fine arts-the"Carvel"
century, the Russo-Turkish war, cost
Russia, $786,140,000, but she had two is having a unique success.In The well-known Costumiere. Make book-

for her The I ings early.
E years' fighting money.
t war in the Far East cost Japan $G50- the 16-size is perhaps the most compact watch made-

000,000 and Russia $723,000,000 not and the 12-size "Carvel"! is actually thinner by one and one-third

counting lost ships. Only toward the millimeters than the regular 12-size extra-thin Howard.
end had either side anything like a -

miMion men in the field. Italy's little Cased in a 14K solid gold case of special design, and sellingat ....

war allowing with for Turkey a mere cost $400,000 60,000 fightingmen a day, $55, the "Carvel"! is specially popular with men who have to

and the Boer war, in which Eng- make a degree of personal sacrifice for the sake of owning a

land's army averaged 200,000, cost Howard Watch in solid gold.A .
$1,055,000,000 in two and a half years.It I

is estimated that the present war watch that we want to show you, and you want to see.
in Europe is costing the fighting nations -

$55 per second. Figure it out, :

if you please, and see what Europewill DICKSON YES CO.
have to pay for the privilege of

fighting should the war last one year.
And then add to this the loss of reve- T. H. EVANSJEWELER

nue from the sacrifice of millions of

able bodied men, the destruction of DEPARTMENTAL STOREORLANDO'S

millions upon top of millions of dollars -

worth of property, and the sup- I
port of tens of thousands of widows FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
Orlando Florida I
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and education of hundreds of thou- Orange II

sands of orphans and you will prob- I i

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Deputy Sheriff J. W. Bass left last MMIIMMMMIMIMUMMIFAVORIE WILSON CONFERS WITH SPARK- dSSSS ;
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ence Berger, who pleaded guilty a THEATRE | I i

) THE TUNEROELAKDO. few days ago to breaking into the Washington, Oct. .-:Means: of

FLA.MrJD. depot school.at Fairvilla, to the state reform i I.1 Open Admission 2 p. m. and 5 cents 6:30 p. m. I were preventing discussed Mississippi by President river Wilson floods n Allen's Fruit ENTicking Bag n ,


I today with Chairman Sparkman, of I I t tI I

Mrs. J. II. McCulloch and daugh- i the house rivers and harbors committee. i

: Ga.. W., to Currie visit left his mother.yesterday forL.ons ters, Misses Mary and Ruth, who llMltlilllllliTODAY'S PROGRAMFour The president is anxious that U Fifth Year on the Market U UNo J

have been spending the summer in permanent work for stopping the i

Pennsylvania, returned last night. Big Reels floods be carried on and it is probable
Mrs. A. Rinaldi returned Drop---No BruiseVe are offering this
yesterday They were met in Sanford by Mr. Mc Sterling. Ford Sterling in "Love legislation to achieve that end will be sea-
afternoon from a visit to relatives in and Vengeance." A comedy uproarin taken son by tar the best picking E
Culloch in his Buick touring car. up at the next session of con-
Tampa.Mr. Lehrman.two parts. Produced by Henry gress. ll bag that* has ever been f

The ladies of the W. C. T. U. have Universal. "Universal Ike." Fea- made.
S. O. Chase, of the firm of Producedby
almost completed their canvass for turing Augustus Carney. MAY SEND FOOD TO BELGIANS I
Chase & Company, Jacksonville, was fruit to be sent to Atlanta on November Harry Edwards. Even better than lastyear's t ta
in Orlando yesterday.Mr. "Trifle Not With Love. I I I
12th, for the national conventionof Berlin, via wireless to Sayville, Oct. bag, heavier canvas

the W. C. T. U. They already THE 21.-The German government has informed } t s, a aud bound all arouud framer
S. M. Stephens, one of Lake- HOLDING FALL SESSION OF '
have almost 200 boxes and
pledged
the American
embassy that it
land's progressive citizens, was a visitor FLORIDA PRESBYTERY AT with webbing to prevent
will have to canvass for money to pay has no objection to the importation of
to Orlando yesterday.Mrs. KISSIMMEE chafing through the best
for the packing and shipping. Al- provisions for Belgian civilians.
ready they have promises of shoulder straps.snaps, etc., f fx
A. L. Smith, of Jacksonville, aid. many Kissimmee, Fla., Oct. 21.-The fall that we could buy. I
arrived in Orlando yesterday to visit term of the Florida Presbytery is in WANTED-'len roosters; price no;
object. H. Sharpe, cook, :Model:
relatives.Mr. session in this city today with more
A wire received in Orlando last cafe. It ex-ly'
than fifteen churches represented.The .
night by :Mr.: H. E. Waters, the pop-
W. F. Hinkle, of Louisville, pastor of the local church, Rev.
Citrus
RUMMAGE SALE Exchange and
ular manager of the San Juan hotel, a
Ky., is in Orlando on a visit to his W. B. Witherspoon, will be installed I I I
i host of
from Mr. H. L. Beeman, in :Macon, 1! independent grow-
friend, Dr. C. A. Boone. with appropriate ceremonies tonight. The ladies of the First Baptist
Ga., who with :Mrs. Beeman and his V s f r+ n
The meeting which began Tuesday church, :Mrs.: Dunaway's division, will ers.
brother, :Mr. Lester Beeman, are mak- give a rummage sale, in the room :
Mr. B. Hagan, of Petersburg, Va., i night will last until Thursday noon.
formerly occupied by the Hamilton-
ing the trip from New York city in \Ve can ship in any quan-
is a late arrival at the San Juan Dunn millinery Friday and Satur-
their auto, states that they will reach tity same day order is re
hotel. BENEFIT PERFORMANCE AT THE day, October 23rd and 24th. Any do-
Valdosta, Ga., tonight and will prob- nations may be given to Mrs. Duna- Patented. ceived.
ably arrive in Orlando Saturday.Mr. GRAND LAST :NIGHT way, Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. Chas. D
Mr. W. Jefferson Parker, of Boston, Phillips. Mrs. Limrick's and Mrs.

Mass., was among the guests regis- the Grand Jackson's committee will also sell Price S1.50 Each
and Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr The concert last night at home made cakes and candy Satur- or $18.00 per Dozen
.
tering at the San Juan yesterday.Mr. for the benefit of the British Red !
have consented to conduct and participate day afternoon and evening. 213tMMIMItMMMIMMtMM
in a concert to take place at Cross drew a crowded house. The I II F.O.B. Orlando.
K. B. Murrell, of Sanford's I I V
one .. whole was well carriedout
Sanford next month for the benefit of I performance
progressive citizens, spent yesterday and the audience showed
!i the British Red Cross fund. Miss appre-
in Orlando looking after business ,: Mabel T. Boardman, president of the ciation by hearty applause.An AIIFW'C HAP PA 0

matters. i i i I II i American Red Cross Society, has authorized overture by the Grand orchestra McCULlOCU'SDepartment 11 PICKING uu.

I Mr. and Mrs. Carr to collect was followed by little Miss Zoe ,
Miss Sallie Kerr arrived in Orlando i
I I funds for the society, an honor which Lewis, who recited in her irresistablysweet

yesterday from Nashville, Tenn., on his very seldom given to private indi- manner and did some very pret-
visit to her nephew, Mr. Buford I LI ORLANDO FLA. D
a Mr. Cestia Lawton
viduals. Mr. Frank Woodruff is mak- ty dances. sang i | Store ,

Duke. I ing the arrangements for the Sanford Tosti's "Good-bye," and for an en-.

concert and undoubtedly it will be a core gave "Loving Smile." Miss 16.
tMiss Helen Pratt of Orlando, was 'I success. Donna Voorchess recited "During the .,A Mm 1 -.0Jl' -r..dJ.1110lllllllaelllll.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.I.I.I..I.
the guest for several days this week "
Reign of Queen Elizabeth, and for
of her friend, Mrs. O. T. Stone, leaving Jelly Tumblers
Attention is called to the clearance an encore a short Scotch dialect read- J ..
for her home today.-Plant City i I' sale announcement of Oscar Hand & ing. Mrs. W. L. Nutter sang "One

Courier. I I' Son on another page. They have a Day I Gathered Roses," and responded Fruit Jars lw.i

j big stock of furniture-more than to the applause with "Flowers l yur
Miss Goldie V. Dance attractive ,
an
duet Mrs. and
A
II their store room will accommodateand Awake. piano by
young lady from Louisville, Ky., ar- rather than rent additional storage Miss Van Dozor was followed by two

rived in Orlando yesterday afternoonon i room an unusual opportunity popular songs by Mr. Stanley Rus- all kindsPreservinR OUR NEW GROCERYIs
a visit to her sister, Mrs. C. A. I
j be given the people of Orlando and
Boone, on Grace street. Orange county to buy furniture at a sell.The popular Lymans then appearedand

big reduction. Mr. Hand says he favored the audience with sev- the largest and finest in the city, Our

:Miss Ruth Hendricks, the accom- means exactly what his advertisementsays I eral pretty songs and a clever dance. Kettles stock is of the best quality. Our prices
plished daughter of Mr. J. T. Hen
and that everything being Every number on the program was reasonable.
dricks, returned home last night from I marked in plain figures it will be easy enjoyed by the audience and possessedreal
Boston, Mass., where she spent a de-
I to figure the reductions promised. merit. 1 South Orange Avenue J PANSY PLANTSBy
lightful summer.Congresmanelect At the conclusion of the concert

PUTTING IT STRAIGHT program the management of the II'IIIII'III'IIIIIIIIII"VENEER dozen
I hundred.
W. J. Sears, Mrs. Grand announced that a new serial or
Sears, Mrs. Fred Gilbert and little
secured and wouldrun
had been
:My Dear Piano Owner: picture
son, Fred, and Mrs. Key Johnson, of I This is the season when traveling for fifteen weeks, one installmenteach CORESALL EASTER LILIES

Kissimmee, motored to Orlando yesterday i tuners come and canvass the town for week. The film is produced by

and spent several hours in the work, and get a lot of it, too. I do the Lubin company and Arthur John- LENGTHS QUANTITY AND ANY i Plant the bulbs now. We have them

city. not make any kick, but will simply son and Lottie Briscoe are featured. Special prices for October. also Narcissus.

argue: I live here; tough it out with The first installment was shown and Stock up before cold weather.
Mr. D. J. Demain, of Burlington, FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
you through the summer, paying my the manner in which it was received
is greeting Orlando friends Also
Vermont,
bills which help keep you going. I indicated that it would prove very OAK WOOD

again. Mr. Demain spent several have not had a vacation in fourteen popular with the movie fans. J THE SANITARY GROCERY
weeks in Orlando about four years Orlando Wood YardB.
years; have staid with you; paid fora
since which time he has roamedall
ago, lot of the brick you ride over, and WEATHER REPORT CARUTHERS & GORE
W. Kingsley, Proprietor
over Florida, but had to come backto
for several hundred feet of the cement PINE STREET AND R. R.
Orlando as the best place of all. The following is the weather report 344 Phone 200
you walk over. Frankly, I Telephone
for Orlando for the week ending Oct. I 9-30 i 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
would love a vacation, but expensesare taken Mr. Jas. Thomson
1914 -
Mr. II. L. Raulerson, a prominent j 18, as, by
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Okeechobee of thethriving
citizen of one
can manage to stay at home and keep tional Bureau:

new towns on the shores of afloat if you will not forget your local Temperature. -MKM- IM t I ...--- *- .. . & -
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tuner. Finally, as a clincher, my Monday ______ 82 65 T. PC
is spending a few days in Orlando. work is positively of a higher class in Tuesday ______ 84 66 ___ C
Yesterday Mr. Raulerson purchaseda Wednesday ___ 86 67 T. C
than other tuner
new Buick touring' car from the every way any can Thursday _____ 80 72 .11 CC d e
give _______ CC f p
Cook Auto and will drive it you.Yours Friday 73 70 .17 Liiff:
company
very sincerely, Saturday _____ 79 56 ___ PC
home, leaving today. 22-2t C. E. WADE. Sunday ______ 83 59 ___ C

The ladies of the W. C. T. U. will
Position 1
hold a rummage sale in the Drennen Young man with 10 years bankingand OSTEOPATHYDR.

music store room on West Pine street, business experience wants posi- 1
Saturday, October 24th. It is earn- tion with future. Would consider
partnership in a good paying: business
estly requested that the people of the with a small investment, or positionon J. C .HOWELL

city contribute any articles that they salaJ'AI references and bond. i hours 10-12 3-5, and by appointment
can spare to this sale. As the or- "Permanent care Sentinel. 22-3t i 1I
ganization is entirely undenominational i No extra charge tor house treatment

it is hoped that all church or- FURNISHED ROOM for refined cou- i Telephone connections
ple or two ladies; pleasant location.
ganizations will aid on this occasion. 202 East Robinson Ave. It lOffi'.P cor. Orange and Central Ayes I


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PEOPLETSjfWANTS BUYERS AND SELLERSI J Limber Laths and Shingles

buy, sell, rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla.,
over 30 years. Have handled over *.- -= c .
MUNNIMAKERS $20,000,000. Call and see me.
Notice *f Lost. Wanted. F.r Sal For 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.If ;
Rent, etc., for this column. 25e. for one day IORLANDO
5ee. f>r three day, or f 1.00 for one week, for you have subscribed for the Sentinel -
25 words or leu. Money mast accompany
and
are not receiving your paper '
the ad.-utiKcnte for thli column at no (
you will do a favor by notifyingus
insertions will be made on credit.
at once.
:
FOR RENT OR SALETwentyoneroom
house, suitable for boarding Who is your painter and decorator
house. Three buggies, boat and wagon If you are satisfied keep the one you
for sale. Apply 309 West Centralavenue. have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican.Ne. .
Phone 294. 10-21-6t
636. 1-30-tf Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
FOR RENT-One or two furnished
To be convinced of the producing
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sleeping rooms adjoining room -
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Officeis for light housekeeping; bath and elec- power of Sentinel want ads.-try one. . .. . . . . . . . . -,1",1 ,. ,.
Our tric light. 407 OsceoLa street. .. . " . ." . . . .
10-18-3t

FOR RENT-Five room house, prac- GORDON'S' CARRIAGEAND
Open tically new. Inquire Hand's Fur- :s-o-Sr: ESS
niture Store, Pine street. 10-20-tf
-
FOR RENT-Furnished for light
housekeeping, suite of large, pleasant -

Place your City'or Coun- also rooms two nice; all sleeping modern rooms conveniences; private; BAGGAGE TRANSFER Important friendships result from [the right introduction, and

try Property with us. family; close in. 312 North Main St.
10-18-6t L T. HARRELL, Prop. the most important ones come through the right banking con-

If unable to call, we will FOR garage RENT; -elegantly Beautiful furnished dwelling;with on Piano and Furniture nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We

.: come to you.Watchful. Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. Moving a Specialty
8-27-tf invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-

attention will 8'E. Church St. PHONE 487
is in
For Sale est taken every depositor.ORLANDO .
be given to the interest of Three good young mules, well
broke. Call at one-half mile east of
our clients. Conway store, or address Wm. V.

Lear, Orlando. 10-20-lwk DressmakingMrs. BANK & TRUST CO.CLOTHING .

FOR SALE-By Clarence W. Rose R. S. Cohoon has
308 North Main street, a Cote and
r
ORLANDO BUILDING &LAND GO three ,lots.both A close 14-room in. Please house inves-furnished resumed ing and is her now dressmak-locatedin i nrt1 ::t: ,tfl : I : : : : I : : II : : IIII :,1. ,1,1" .ti"IIII"'U'"I''t.' ,1 I . ,11 .. . If. t+.

II North Orange Avenue investigate. 10-14-10t Room 4, \Vay building, I _
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PHONE 608 FOR SALE-14-room house fully on Orange avenue, where .. .. .. . . . . . . ..
furnished, splendid location, price she cordially invites all
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL $5000. terms. Apply Alfred Hadley
308 Magnolia Ave. 10-6-2w ladies needing anythingin i

the wearing apparelline
FOR SALE-Or trade for real estate -
FRED B. DALEC. a five-passenger automobile in to call and see her.
H. BRYANT nice shape. Address No. 112 West
Church street, city. 10-4-1m
DAVIS GILES Counsel.F. .
A. PEPPERCORN, Contractor. FOR SALE-One or both of a team Our stock of
of black mares, weight 1100 and Real Estate Boughtand new
1200. Good drivers, single or double.C. .
E. Enlow, Winter Park, Fla.


AFTER ARMY-NAVY GAMES MUCH ARRANGED WRANGLING FOOTBALL THE 9-18-tf FOR SALE-A No.1 saddle mare, -Sold.- If Fall and Winter Clothing |

or buggy horse. Address, care City Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash
Wright's, Box 567. 9-2-tf
Washington, Oct. .-The army and $1.00 per week buys a Lot


and navy football game will be played FOR writer SALE-One in good condition Underwood; one type Bur- RENTS COLLECTED. Made SCHLOSS BROS. is in
this year at Philadelphia on Franklin rough's adding machine, used only by coming
field, on November 28. Four annual two months, and one Reading stand- -- --
thereafter will alternate be- ard motorcycle, in good shape. Bargains -
games N. P. HATCHER and anxious for
tween New York and Philadelphia.An on quick sale. Call or address, we are you to see our 1
J. C. Sigler, Winter Park, Fla.
agreement to this effect todaywas 10-9-tf ORLANDO,FLORIDA
reached between the army and New Styles, and high class tailoring. Best l
Office at Pinehurst ParkP.
For Sale-Silver Cluster
.. navy athletic associations in session Grape
at Annapolis, Md. Fruit and Valencia late orange buds. O. Box 281 in the to
place city buy clothing.
Vigorous.stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2 10-8-lm
years old.9232m
f
CZAR REVOKED HONORARY II. C. McDANIEL.FOR .

k TITLE SALE-Forty acres of fine \Vj.d d Wood WoodExcellent
hammock land eight in the
London, Oct. 20.The Petrograd ; grove; W. M. SLEMONS
' present crop of oranges will be from
r correspondent of Reuter's says Em- 750 to 1.000 boxes; 500 trees all told, Core Pine Wood Sup-
peror Nicholas has ordered that Ger- ready for sttting-10 acres in lake,
: man and Austrian subjects who have one and quarter miles from Apopka. plied in any quantity
Price, ;) Address H. Box .
$ ,000. W. ,
f. been granted the hor.orary rank of ,1.1..111 D 1111111111111111111 D 1I111111.1f 111..1. till I .111111111111.11 ..
t 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf I i II 11111111111. ,1 .1 [ II I 1 1.1 t III I I . I e I III I' I I" :: 9 ,1",11" I1Pur
counsellor of commerce be deprivedof
SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE :
the title. FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts.
I Inquire of Frank Phillips: Pine Cas- STRANDS OR MORE
r tie 9-18-tf M M MMM t tlM 11 it *
E APPEARANCESAppearances

. FOR SALE-A good Roll Top ELDREDG BARLOWTelephone
may be misleading.A nftfFftt m1
Desk and Chair. Been used very lit-
> gentle spirit may express itself in I tle. Call on W. C. Sherman Rock I
F rude words of illiteracy; it is not Building, opposite San Jua Hotel. 375

I therefore rude. Ruffianism may speak 10-8-tf South Street, near A. C. L.

f the language of learning or religion; FOR SALE

, it is ruffianism still. Strength may Second hand Chalmers car. Wright Tracks
l wear the garb of weakness and still Bros.: Cigar Store, Orange Ave. 9-1-1m
10-11-lw
be strong, and a weakling may carry

the weapons of strength, but fight MISCELLANEOUS
with a faint heart.-Harold Bell Notice
Special to
i Wright. WANTED-Housekeeping rooms or
small furnished house by couple
E Try the Sentinel for your next job without children. Residents, not tour- Property Owners...
ists. Would rent by year if suited.
printing. Prices very reasonable. Must be reasonable and close in. Ad-
Workmanship the best. Call or phone dress, Box 3, city.: 10-21-3t Watch this
when in need of job work. Mr. S. H. Atha, of this firm, Space
,l STENOGRAPHER oun lady sten- has just returned from a fourmonth's

FOR THIS WEEK sition.ographer Can would furnish like the permanent best of ref po trip through the north,

erences. Address S., care Sentinel. He vistied all the large citiesas

Hunt the Place to Save Money 10-21-St far west as Denver, Colorado,

Fresh from the counry Eggs, per and east to Washington, D. C. ,

doz., 35c.Keifer. Pears for cooking and lector WANTED-Salesman, apply to Singer Sewing and Col-Machine i He met hundreds of prominent

pickles, 50c. peck. Co., Orlando, Fla. 10-14-tf men who are coming to Florida I

Apples of the best, 20c. to 25c doz. FURNISHED this winter, and many of them
ROOMS:: and board, for
Peaches of the finest, 30c. per doz. six adults. Address Kentucky Home, promised him to come to Or-
Grapes,Grapes,Grapes, 25c. basket. 511 Palmer street, Orlando, Lake lando.A .
Tomatoes, the best Maryland stock, Cherokee. 10-17-1m great many will have moneyto
.
8c. Ib.Bananas
per invest if"ou want to sell
so
the finest, 20c. per doz. TWO FURNISHED ROOMS at 221
i
Florida Bananas, lOc. per doz. Robinson avenue, on Lake Eola. your property you should list it
Oranges, Grapefruit, and fruit of 10-17-6t with us at once, as we will have
all kinds. Visit the little store and be the buyers. Kincaid & Snowden i
convinced, as quality'and prices will MALE:: STENO-BOOKKEEPER, sev-
en years experience, desires posi-
make
you call again.
tion in Orlando; can give A-l refer- Atha
TilE ORLANDO SPECIALTY CO. Cooper
ences. Inquire Room 1, Tremont.
10-7-tf 109 W. Church Street 10-17-3t I Low Priced Furniture House. II
114 South Orange Are., Ground Floor I

You can add new business to your WANTED to fourteen FRESH quarts COW a day.giving Write ten or Phone No. 311 i Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida

present business by judicious adver- call at Ward's store, Winter Park. j ,

tising. 10-10-lw jI I' .6441.1..III.III.II.. n A . t 11 ... .,'.... ,. .. .. I: : = : : : : : : : : : ::: :: : : : : : : ::l::

WANTED TO EXCHANGE a large U.C.V. Reunion -
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKINGAt :
Shetland pony for a larger horse. f A. B. MOOREPlain
208 East Robinson avenue. Misses Reel's Steam Laundry, 814 N. Orange Dudley Matthews
Berke, formerly with Miss Hovermale. avenue, or phone 654. 9-29-tf LAKELAND I
10-3-1m I and Decorative Painting

FOR SALE T.Conscientious F. HOURIHAN work Licensed at fair Plumber.prices. OCTOBER 2830Low I ARCHITECTURAL AND Paperhanging and Kalsominin

Nursery stock one, two, three and Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf Rate Excursion Tickets DRAFTING. First-class work good material and
four year old buds; Fester
Pineapple, Java, Homosassa. Washington Early., T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. ,will be sold October 26-27-28- Blue Printing and Map reasonable prices. .No j b too large I III
Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle, Conscientious work at fair prices. '29, with final limit November2nd. ent office drawings 9tod&wtf'y.' LikinO or too small. Drop me a postal, and. f
Apopka Fla. Phone 2222. 313tfDon't Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf general commercial we will talk it over. I II
II
flat
tives in color or FLORIDA I
Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's ATLANTIC COAST LIXE ROOM
have Entrican wait for the every one in,town to Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf Standard Railroad of the SouthA. LENSES A. B. MOORE !
painter before
I II W. FRITOT, D.P.A. Yowell-Duckworth I !
ii
you try. Am too busy to look you i I 138 Wejt Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.J. OF P. O. Box 52J, f
up. Phone 636, and I will be on the' :; Don't neglect to take a look at the G. KIRKLAND, D.P.A. PHONE J Orlando !
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job. 1-20-tf want ads. Hillsboro Hotel Tampa, Fla. ,:MC tj 16-9-ln

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Windermere, Fla., Oct. 20.-Dr. A. i CONWAY NURSERIES | i of

A. Stafford, wife and sons, Arthur !
and Robert, with J. C. Palmer and GROWERS AND DEALERS IN i
wife formed an auto party to Wekiwa
Springs and Mount Dora Sunday;also All Leading Varieties 01! Citrus TreesR. j REMEMBER
visited the beautiful Laughlin estate
near Zellwood.S. T. PEEL, Proprietor. ; .
Robinson, who has been with I
Local Salesman
Chase & Co. here for the past year, '
Glen St. Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATE THAT
left Monday for Leesburg. Box 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida. ;
Frank Smith is exceedingly busy
these days, making improvements on I 9-24-tf ;%
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and getting land ready for plantingmore ____ __ _____.___ I
COLD WEATHER
citrus trees; also having land I
cleared for his relatives.
Mrs. Paul Jones, Misses Hattie and
Julia Jones were shopping in Orlando THE OLD RELIABLE

Tuesday.J. Will soon be here and that the best
C. Bronson is moving his family DANN'S TRANSFERDr.
into their new bungalow on Lake

Bessie.Geo. McLaughlin has moved from B. D. WIENANGA, Prop. way to prepare for it is to gets|

his homestead to Windermere.The .
board of trade held their reg- and
Livery Draying HaulingWE
ular meeting Monday evening. Prin- ,
cipal topic was civic improvement.Ned .
Moore and party, from Orlando Gas HeaterIi

were here Sunday.Superintendent GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE tt t
J. F. McKinnon visited ,
the school here Tuesday and will

place more desks, as the school is AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK Ii t
We have
its at
growing beyond present capacity. once. a large

6.500 MURDERS Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited I :
., stock, but do not wait until it gets

Frederick L. Hoffman has compiledfor HORSES FOR SALE I

the Spectator an array of murder iit cold before ordering. DO IT NOW.
figures, of interest to insurance men, 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida :
which show that 6,500 persons, more i I.. ,
than 1,500 of whom were women, met ii I 0'I
death at the hands of their fellow human -

beings in 1913 in this country. .;.-.-.-. titti--> i . *" .*. **'**fttfttn 11 --.. ) :i
This is almost our highest murder ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

of rate 1904-1913 of record; is the 7.9 ten year per average 100,000, ::f SPRAY NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE '

against 4.9 in 1884-1893. f SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY GAS DEPARTMENT
Crime statistics are, as the Spectator : !

says, notoriously misleading, and : )111 I .I D 11I11 II 111111 I I 1 I I I III I I a III e I II II 1111II1 I I 1 I MMMMMMMI.MMMMIMMMMMO
they are rather more so in this coun- : Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale, Rust Mite 'I"III"J'II'IIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIII' ." .
try than in western Europe. Still : and Red Spider that is hit. Removes sooty mold
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ures are fairly complete. It will cer- :
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and October are two of the best months for
tainly please and probably surprise :
for \Vhite and Scale. Prevents ,
spraying Fly insects -
most New York people to know that 1 1r
their city had both in 1913 and in a : from sapping trees all winter, and brings them ji j
period of years preceding, a rate con- : out in a good, healthy condition in the spring, thus f _. rxs EY i
siderably lower than the general avI I:- insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom. I IL I
erage. j
The recent rate in London has been : SCHNARR & CO.. Orlando, Florida. I i,
0.9 per 100,000, lower than any Amer- : !
ican city; in Berlin 2, a trifle less : Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure the White Fly
than Milwaukee, at the honor end of l- Fungi. 9-9 D. and W 2-M :
our list; in Paris 3.5, about like :Minneapolis : :t I (
or Hartford. Then comes 14 IMMIMIIMMIMMMMMIIMMIiMMMIIIIIiilnMttlllllMf. )V ( 1 1i

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30.6; Memphis, 58.3. Indeed, for I: ; \
1913 the Memphis rate rose to 68- !: : -
thirty-four times that of Berlin, I- *

twelve eight times times the that general of New average York, and of I: Th E EoIa Packiug[ L Copally -- 1t 1 1j j

American cities. : t
Our rate is greatest in cities with a 1915 BARLEY-DAVIDSON
large negro population. But it is everywhere : j j
disgracefully high. If New- :
ark, Rochester and :Milwaukee: can get : Packers] and Shippers of Citrus I 11 Hrs;p\ver: GUARANTEED 3'Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic 1
along with a homicide rate like that \ \ Mrchanical Oil Pump, Step'Starter and 66 Refinements 1
of Paris and Berlin, why can not Bos- : Fruits and Vegetables.
ton and New York? Unfailing pun- : 8275.00 j jf
ishment might help inculcate respect : I will operate alone under above name and shall appreciate -

for the law.-New York World. : the business of all who have and any who have Wrirlht & 129 Orange Ave. i
f Hilpert
PRESIDENT RECEIVES PROTEST : not patronized me in the last three years. For informa- 9 Orlando Fla.
,
tion call write at Packing House 6 1
AGAINST GERMAN BOMB : on or me my at crossingof i
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TREES FOR SALE
LIST YOUR PROPERTYwith
Washington, Oct. 20.-President : chinery and can consequently give you same service t LAUNDRY i i'I
The Terra Ceia Nurseries have for
Wilson today received a protest : which has always spoken for itself. sale the Walters (Florida Standard) me now, while I have the timeto ''I dry Your cleaning general, and laundry work, French :
against the dropping of bombs by variety of grapefruit, from one to look it over and familiarize myself preciated. pressing will be ap- 1
German airships from F. Hopkinson : My efforts will be to sell all possible before resortingto three years old, budded on three to with the talking points. I made the i| guaranteed. Satisfaction Open September and service 28th. J)
: distribution. four years old rough lemon roots; largest number of sales last winter Phone
654.
Smith and other Americans, who recently I Reel's Steam Laundry,
and the Heart's Tardiff orange, one and expect to do even better this win- I for whites only. J
returned from Europe. It was : old buds on three old 9-25-tf Ii
year years ter. My prospects are beginnig to ar-
understood the president would takeno W. A. DADE Gen. Manager.9182m rough lemon roots. All in first class rive, and it might cause you to losea I ,
action on the ground the United : condition. sale by putting it off. Call todayat Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
States had no right to interfere. : TERRA CEIA NURSERIES, my new offices in the Watkins: is the kind you want. Where to getit
; i building and list
Terra Ceia, Florida.J. your property.
. ? That's easy, phone 636. W. T.
C. Rowell, :Manager. WALTER W. ROSE
Get the news in the Sentinel first. i.1"111. I.JII JlMMJMiiHtlMMMMMMM Correspondence solicited. Real Estate. Phone 555. Entrican. 120tfIi.


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GHENT AND BRUGES WERE NOT
DAMAGED BY GERMANS .


Berlin, via The Hague and London,
Oct. 21.-The cities of Ghent and i \
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Bruges in Belgium, having been occu- \
I' pied by the Germans without fight-

ing, were in no way damaged. The
churches and museums are intact.
The famous art treasures in the

two cities were moved to places of .:::-.f: : :/",:
safety last month when a bombard-
ment was feared. These include Michael -
Angelo's statue of the "Madonna" -
which was in the church of Notre '3 .
For To-day--- I Dame at Bruges. The art treasures : ; .
I in the hospital of St. John near the .

_ Tomorrow and every other day, you'll finda church of Notre Dame also were .
saved. A number of pictures were
check account with the State Bank mi>;hty placed in a safe deposit vault. The DO YOU UNDERSTANDHow

handy in keeping an accurate record of your mausoleum of Charles the Bold in
Notre Dame was not damaged.UP .
money affairs. you can personally be benefit-

Take note-how many business men TO YOUR HONOR FOR A ted by the advantages accruing to

pay you in cash? Very lew-for businessmen SQUARE DEALA the commmunity by

cannot take chances by carrying money:
short time ago we wrote a num-
about. The safe way is the business-like ber of foreign subscribers concerningtheir
"j'Ia! Federal
Reserve
Act ?
way-our bank checks. subscription accounts, to which
some replied, but others have not.

.Try paying with checks. Friends, we need this money and Call, telephone or write and we will
would be glad if you would look the .
I
matter up and mail us the amount. mail our booklet---just out---which
The State Bank of Orlando
I It costs us money for postage, paper explains this act fully and clearly. :
and labor, and if you don't think your .
> dollar counts for anything you are
mistaken-it does. Don't put it off .
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thinking the other fellow's money will -.
,tide us along, for the majority are '
l \. .. .,.:,:
looking at the matter in the same Y.I
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light and are neglecting the paper I I "
---- -- -I I man in the same way. -If you-d n'tI I .: : > '/
! Eat what you want. French, the British, the Russians and want the paper any longer pay up the :
Eat all you want. the Belgians, in killed, wounded and arrears and we will cut your name .
and --
Take a postscript forget it. I
For sale by all druggists. prisoners at at least three-quarters ofa off. We are not inclined to force
l-T-d&w.lyr million men. something upon you you do not want,
nor do we feel like sacrificing whatwe
GERMANS ESTIMATE ALLIES' NEW ARRIVALWe have coming to us. It's up to i .0'
have just opened a large new
LOSSES AS 750,000 stock af table linen, art linen, shirt- your honor for a square deal.H. .
Berlin, by wireless, Oct. 21.-The waist linen, towels, napkins, white

tung military estimates expert of the the losses Kreutz of Zei-the, counterpanes prices 10-13-6t before, you and w.blankets.buy.M. SLEMONS.Get our until. November Kanner's 1st.great sale continues 11-tf ,,." .' :....: :,., ::" ". ,: ....... ...', .'.. . '-'. .... -:"':;'. ':.: ->',

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; OSCAR HAND & SON CLEARANCE SALE ANNOUNCEMENTOn


account of a very fortunate opportunity, to buy goods at a very low price, we purchased several cars more of Furniture and General House Furnishings than we have room for. In order to move these goods at once
we have decided to give the people of Orange and adjacent counties an opportunity to buy clean, new up-to-date


FURNITURE, RUGS, DRAPERYS, CHINA-WARE, STOVES, RANGES, CROCKERYand

General House Furnishings at A DISCOUNT OF 25: PER CENT; SOME 20 PER CENT, 15 PER CENT, AND 10 PER CENT OFF REGULAR PRICES.
Every article in our store is marked in plain figures, original tickets are on the goods, the discount will be deducted from same. All of you know the kind of Goods this store sells-come, see for yourself and take advantage
of this opportunity. It will mean a big saving for jou.OSCAR.

HAND WEST PINE
& SON STREETIS


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EVERYBODY GOING TO THE BIG STORE I







j: : This store strives to assist the purchaser towards greatest economy, by giving greatest values, and most

advantageous returns for money spent without extravagance.




. Smart New Models in Ni Make an early visit to our Millinery

: Womens and Misses Department Today, and select
I

: Apparel ,:. 4 your Fall and Winter Hats \,' f
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'i Whether taste runs toward the ,
your 3 Fall Millinery shown best at the Big Store. ,
1 y .conservative, or the ultra new effects,.. Full lines of correct Millinery, making the most of $'flUf Tr' t .
1 Jy ou'll find exactly the garment you pre- \ a season of Black Velvets, designed in all the latest ( ''
/ fer in this complete assortment. i shapes. Dressy creations with art in their designing, I 1 j

There are plain Tailored Suits, whose vA and style in every line, at '!I :
distinction lie in their of fit and t 11111'Iilth
/ = perfection $5.00 '' ,
1 ;_1 ; line; Redingote Models, marked by innumerable upwards to $40.00 ( I ll:

clever details, which stamp them j' : ,

: exclusive. //I; ; f> FALL STYLES OF LADIES' SHOES ARE ,H'i

;i Materials range from Serges, I + 1, l I{ II
Gabardines, Wool Bengaline, f NOW ON DISPLAY.
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Wool Poplin, Cheviots and I beautiful stylish shoes. comfort- : "
, iii. They are They are _
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i Broad Cloths, to the richest s i able, luxurious shoes. They are long-lived, satisfactory I'i
i Velvets. I -' II I shoes. They are priced within every woman's purse. I /" I.i I.I
II 1 Trimmings include handsome i They are approved by fashion followers. _
Ij i You are offered the latest models, direct from the or .-
Fur, Braid, Novelty Buttons,
World Fashion Centers, at prices that will appeal to
III etc. every woman. Call and have our salesman show you the DISPLAY OF MODART CORSETS
!: i1 Black, Navy, Brown, Russian = II wonderful array. Fit guaranteed. Prices range fromIodart Corsets provide graceful,
_; Green and Plum are first choice. :1,1E natural figure lines. As fits the Cor
'(li d $3.00 to $6.00 set, so fits the Gown. Comfort and
ntr- perfect fit are the keystone of Mo-
nnrro PRICES RANGING FROM i/I/Ir I Full line of Misses' and Children's Shoes, in all leathers dart construction, which: permits per-
feet ease, whether in sitting or stand$15.00 -
from

894 to $50.00 $1.50 to $3.50iog position.$3.50 Prices to $8.00




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