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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 23, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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THE MORNING SENTINEL


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VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1911. NUMBER 218.
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BORDER FIGHT RESULTS SUCCESSES !' STORY

TERRlfflC lOSSES ON

IN DEATH OF TWO GERMANS IN


BETWEEN U. S. AND CANA- BERLIN REPORT
BOTH" SIDES IN BATTLE
DIAN OFFICERS AND LIES REPULSED \ t

BANK ROBBERSOne OF LILLE :\ OF"

of the Dead Is a Canadian And That Two WAS 'I

ON NORTH" SEA COAST Officer and the Other Is an lish Prisoners Have I

Unidentified Bank Captured With I I ;LS ; ;

-- I Robber Machine Guns : BAILEY

GERMANS REPORTED TO CONFIDENCE E ONLY NEED Blaine, Wash., Oct. 22.-Two men I I Washington Oct. 22.-

HAVE LEFT 10,000 DEAD were killed and one wounded today ina embassy today announced Admit-
battle between a posse composed of the following wireless from
ON THE FIELD OF PEOPLE That She
Canadian and American deputy sher- "The official
iffs, customs officers and immigration of October 21 says heavy Husband
GERMANS NOfON DEFENSIVEBritish PRESIDENT WILSON SAYS inspectors and five outlaws. The out- continuing on the Yser Woman
laws were supposed to have robbed the enemy's artillery is
CONFIDENCE WILL RE'
the First National bank of Cedro- from the sea, northwest of 22.-(Special.)
Warships Play Impor- STORE PROSPERITYTells Wooley, Wash., of $20,000 last Satur- where the German took the
tant Part in Artillery Duelas day when they killed a boy while fir- one British destroyer. at 4:30 this i
Directors of the Federal ing at citizens on the streets. "Fighting also is any connection .
Aeroplanes Direct Reserve System That Banks The dead: I of Lille, where the of Mrs. Lou- j
Fire of Big Guns Should Be Opened Cliff Adams, Canadian customs in- i taken the offensive and last, and de- ;
Without Delay spector. I enemy at different places. by her colored ;
London, Oct. 22Special.The ( .) Unidentified bandit. I sand English have been yesterday ,
Germans, heavily rein- Washington, Oct. 22.Confidenceis Wounded: I ers and several machine She de- j
the only thing needed to restore James Smith, Canadian customs inspector I tured. : the negress j
forced by fresh land troops and i business prosperity, President Wilson hand shattered.The I "On the Russian side of the trag-
by a naval brigade of 10,000men today told directors of the federal reserve slain bandit apparently was a l decision yet.
have extended their base banks whom he received at the foreigner. He arried in a belt $2,500in "The Roman paper that on the
from Ostend to Mariskerke and I White House. The president declared gold coin. i lishes an interview with and her sister j
Middlekerke, half way between he thought business men were more The other four robbers are sur- deputy just returned spent the '
than rounded in the woods at Hazelmere, who expresses his city, returning
nervous was
necessary.
I
and from
Ostend and Nieuport, I "For my own part," said the president B. C., close to the border. Indian troops he saw at when they had
these positions are shelling the "I believe the best thing that The Senegal troops made she retired i
Belgian line, which extends can be done for the country is to CASUALTIES AMONG BRITISH pression, he says, although i 1
from Nieuport south along the open the banks at the earliest possible so bloodthirsty that the Mrs. Carman j
Yser, a distance of 18 miles, date; otherwise, we should seem to London, Oct. 22.The casualtieslist command was often like the break- i
of non.commissioned: officers just sending them to the
.
doubt their efficacy, we should seem After secur- l
with their left flank resting on
to discredit in part the very thing i!I issued, but dated September 18, show negro forces often killed, she went
the coast. The Belgians are be- that we are undertaking. My feeling I i: 919 killed and 900 missing, a good knowledge of their :: at the mantel-
ing aided by the French land about the present situation is this: i j I I part of whom belonged to the Royal prisoners, and he says that she heard I
forces, British warships at sea The only thing lacking is confidence.The i'Munsters. Other casualties lists issued Senegalese murdered all knowing him
and British monitors and small circumstances of the world are' October 16 and 17 give five offi- war prisoners in a upstairs -j
gunboats in the canals and riv- extraordinary, but we ought not to I!I cers killed and 17 wounded. port." and sis
allow our mental attitude to be extra- --- her that a wo
I ordinary. We are more nervous than in the doctor's j'
ers.When not directing the fire of there is cause for, and if we go about RELIEF FOR T THE COTTON sister did not
their huge 17-inch guns against !I business as if nothing were happen- was. J
the Belgian position, the Ger- :, ing, business will take care of us as the reason she dJ
to the we take care of it. That is my con- i office to
mans are replying can-
viction. BLOCKS ADJOURNMENT T [ '
was be-
nonading of the British dread- j :
"I will not again use the word forbidden her
naughts, which today added 'psychology,' but there is a psychological =-= = ==--- I while patients
their strength to the British I element, a state of mind, involvedin
fleet. The fire of the British this thing which it would be very WARSAW ATTACK BY I YET A CHANCE THE i she came

guns is directed and corrected useful if we were to correct and the II MAY GET AID TO Meadors.'S after being

constantly by observers in 'cap way to correct it with others is to I! GERMANS FAILS I DLE CROP to her room
correct it in ourselves-to feel thereis the arrival of
.
tive balloons and aeroplanes.The nothing to wait for in putting busi- I I I II I :: at ten o'clock.

flying machines circle ness upon the footing upon which it KAISER'S FORCES ARE REPULSED WAR TAX IN EFFECT not know Mrs.
low about the German positions, is to remain, I hope, for a great many I IN SEVERE she saw her
risking death at every swoop, years to come." I FIGHTING i President Wilson the next day.
in order to be within effective I I reasons for
EMDEN HAS SUNK FIVE MORE ure Yesterday was because
observation distance. I BRITISH BOATS IN THE Battles on Vistula Continue and her husband,
The ferocity of the three cor- INDIAN OCEAN Six Day Engagement Around Congress Recessed I, not a jeal-

nered bombardment continued Przemysl Is StillUndecided. Noon Today : i however,
undiminished today, and the' London, Oct. 22.The German crui- I husband and a
losses on both sides are reported I ser Emden has again been sinking' Washington, Oct. 22.-( yard one night
British steamers, this time at a point 'j Petrograd, Russia, Oct. 22.-The Desipte the hard efforts of I doctor give the
to be terrific. The Germans are
150 miles southwest of Cohin, British official news bureau in a statement I ers to adjourn congress a kiss in re- ;
reported to have left 10,000 India, according to a report received reviewing the fighting around Warsaw December, the house and and drove
and wounded the field. [ the from Colombo I' involved in .
dead on by admiralty Cey- says: "The Russian troops displayed came a
So accurate has been the fire 'Ion. She has sent to the bottom the '' exceptional energy in coming mix-up over the question of ,
'
I
of the British gunners and so British steamers Chilkana, Troilus, to the defense of Warsaw and sav- the cotton growers and OF
Benmohr and Clan Grant, and the ing the city from a German bombard- i away. Instead AL
determined is the resistance of- !
dredger Ponrable, bound for Tasma- ment. taken until tomorrow noon. I
fered by the Belgians and the nia. The British steamemr Exford "Documents taken from prisoners I The only work achieved h the offi-

French to the German attempt ,,,, was captured 1 b'y the Emden. j 1 who were captured during the fighting : adoption of the conference sets
to penetrate their line and reach :' The German cruiser Emden has to I| near Warsaw show that the Ger- the war tax bill by both the ships of
Nieuport, Dunkirk and Calais on I j'! her credit the sinking of fourteen I mans were confident of entering that 5:48 this afternoon : I canal. Some
: British steamers and the capture of city between the 15th and 17th of signed the bill. It goes into detained by
their onward to Paris
i\
sweep other vessels the
three flying Union October. morrow. because of
that the Germans, for the first ., jack. The operations of the Emden "The Siberian regiments arrivingat Southern senators and I in the canal
I I
time in the fighting on the coast, f fare ( have extended along the entire east- Warsaw were immediately sent to who have tried to force I thought they
declared to be on the de- ern coast of India from Calcutta to the front. During their bayonet extend relief to the In a third
fensive. Colombo.In charges at night, in the forest of may yet win their point. I. which re
I September she created havoc Motchidlovsk, the Siberian soldierstook Hoke Smith, of Georgia, free passage
Germans Claim to Have Disabled i. among the British shipping at Calcutta many prisoners belonging to the day for delay to give the I an inten-
sinking five vessels and capturing 21st German corps. to pass the Smith-Lever I the canal as a
British Torpedo Boat another. They were the Indus, Loval, "The 17th German corps and some I bill and certain contemplated
Berlin, via wireless to London, i Killim, Diplomat, Frabbock and Kat- of their reserve troops, who attempted federal reserve act which : ."
Oct. 22Special.Northwest( i i tinga. The cruiser then went to Ran- to push forward in the region be- considerable benefit to the block the use
goon and was reported to have sunk tween Blonie and Prouschkoff, suf- Although the house did i I ships, it is con-
British torpedo'boat !
of Nieuport a i i the British steamships Tumeric, King fered severely. There the Siberian this action, it is believed govern-
has been put out of action I Lud, Riberia and Foyle and to have (Continued on page 4)) possibility of its doing so in removing all
by our artillery. The fighting captured the collier Bursk. have been
continues west of Lille. Our I ports to show
troops have assumed the offensive -, NEW ATTACK ON THE GERMAN I Orlando B. Y. P. U. no intention" of
FORTS AT TSINGTAU IS way.
and repulsed the enemy at BEGUN *

several points. The English lost I,Winter Garden Visit Last ILLITERACY .

several machine guns. No decision New York, Oct. 22.-The East and I I
has been reached in the West News bureau gave out this af- The Winter Garden B. Y. P. U. en- this some very
eastern theater of war. { ternoon a cablegram from Tokio, tertained the Orlando B. Y. P. U. and tions were delivered by the I' The appoint-
I I dated today, as follows: the :Methodist: Epworth League of i i j of the Winter Garden of Ken-
JAPANESE: SUADRON SEEKS j "The Japanese naval general staff Winter Garden last evening in a very I ers, after which to eliminate ,
I I announces that the marine heavy artillery beautiful r,
I
GERMAN FLEET IN PACIFIC I corps is engaged on the 22nd cious pavillion on Lake Apopka.spa-I'I Every one present P. P. Clax-
(today) in the attack upon Tsingtauand There were about two joy the occasion and of educa-
Tokio, Japan, Oct. 22.-A Japanese that a part of the Japanese fleetis present and the Orlando band furnished i more interested in the cause Dr. Clax- I
squadron, it is officially announced, is
keeping watch the
on enemy's war- I excellent music. The gather- these organizations stand. effect of Ken-
seeking the German Pacific fleet in'' ships hovering about Hawaii." !
ing was addressed by Mr. Roberts, Those attending from states.
the neighborhood of Hawaii. president of the Winter Garden B. Y. W. P. Miller, Alfred Link, f
THE WEATHER I P. U., and Mr. Eugene Reid, presidentof Phillips, Louie Weeks, .
New November magazines every the Orlando union. After the addresses ,Eugene Reid, A. P. ::\
day. Ladies' Home Journal, Saturday Florida: Showers Friday, except )I II i a spelling bee was engagedin Meadors, Misses Claude A. and M.
r Evening Post Country Gentleman I fair in northwest portion. Saturday, II I I the contest being between the Lauretta Crux, Vida -1
: etc. Curtis & O'Neal. I showers. I(I Methodists and Baptists. Following Myrtle Duncan, and Susie ( 57, Furman 0.f .
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t OAKLAND NEWS NOTES I I dren Marion and Raymond, and Miss I' TRUE CHEAP T. F. HOURIHAN. you want.
Oakland Fla., Oct. 21. Mr. ,
J. H.i Farnsworth of Sanford spent Satur- Conscientious work at want.
I
Vick of Orlando was a visitor at .day and Sunday as guests of Miss I Phone 629. 106 Court St. j and forget it.
Mr. Vick's on Monday.Mr. j Gertie Speer. They came over in Dr. @ i iI all druggists.
Joe Petris is having a deep ,Phillips' fine auto. / WITH PAINT MEANS I Subscribe for The Daily l-7-d&w.lyr

well put down on his place by Law-| Miss Elsa Henschen gave a little
'
rence Smith 'picnic to a few of her girl friends The paint which covers the I
largest
I I 1 l I :
Mrs. W. A. Wilkes and little daughter -|last Thursday at their place on the
of Jefferson Ga., came last weekto Gourd Neck. surface-Gives the longest service .1PHr.O11 eikWftetOur

join her husband. They have taken"
-Lasts and looks well.THAT'S .
PUTTING IT STRAIGHTMy
rooms of Mrs. Robinson. Mrs. Wilkes
was accompanied by her brother Cor- i Dear Piano Owner: Business is to Make Your Work

dis Thurmod who will spend the win- This is the season when traveling EasierBy
ter here. tuners come and canvass the town for
Mrs. C. O. Rudd returned to her work and get a lot of it, too. I do Harrisons'Town
home in Savannah Monday after hav- not make any kick but will simply supplying you with all kinds and stylesof
I
ing helped her parents Mr. and Mrs. I'argue: I live here; tough it out with -- cc & Country" Files and Filing Cases, Ink and Ink Stands,

E. E. Petris get settled in their new j you through the summer paying my Pens and Pen Holders, Pencils and Pencil
home. Her old friends were glad to bills which help keep you going. I
.meet her again. !i J i have not had a vacation in fourteen The result of over a Hundred Sharpeners, Rulers and Ruling Pens, Type

Grace park looks much improved I I years; have staid with you; paid forI (A Years Experience. Writers and Type Writers Supplies and all

since the grass has been cut.out. Per-I I a lot of the brick you ride over, and U the material needed around the house or office -
haps the town people do not know for several hundred feet of the ce- Get our free book "Cause & Effect."
that Mrs. Mather Smith pays all ex- ment you walk over. Frankly I A 4 desk.
It tells you many things you ought to know. (
penses connected in keeping the park would love a vacation but expensesare Call us up whether you wish a 5c penci

clean. We hope that many will be too numerous and regular; yet I SOLD BY or a $50.00 Filing Case.
inclined to contribute plants' this fall can manage to stay at home and keep
and take an interest in caring for afloat if you will not forget your local
them and make it really ornamental.The tuner. Finally as a clincher my Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. \Y. S. BRANCH,
W. C. T. U. held their regular work is positively of a higher class in ,

meeting on last Thursday at Mrs. every way than any other tuner can For the last Twenty-five Years., The Arcade Book and Music Store
Maurice's. After the devotional service give
you.Yours
selection of a delegate was made very sincerely
for the state convention at Jackson- 22-2t C. E. WADE.

ville. Mrs. Maurice was appointed.
UNCLAIMED LETTERSList
They had a call meeting on Monday of letters remainin uncalledfor
when committees were appointed to in the postoffice at Orlando, Fla., $8 Charleston and Return $8
arrange for a supper to be given Fri- for the week ending October 17th
day evening October 30th. The pub- 1914. When calling" for same pleasesay
lic is invited attend. "advertised. L&mZ' VIA"Clyde
cordially to i
W. R. O'NEAL, P. M.
The Junior Epworth League of Or- Men's List-Allen' Pat; Anderson
lando extended an invitation to the J. H.; Ash Joe; Anderson John; _
this Britt, W. H.; Barber William; Bowman Line99Fir3t
at
junior league place to attend a
I
B. B. & Co.; Bennett B.; Baker BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
missionary meeting and social on last G. H.; Collins, W. M.; Cooper, S. E.;
Saturday requesting them to costume Claek James; Chisholm Andrew; LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
representing different nationalities.Miss Cox J. F.; Dunn, Elliatt; Debose a
Class Meals and Berth IncludedThis
Rufus; Daniel, Joe; Duckett Arthur; Effective from August 1, 1914 to August ,
the
Dewey Vick
president en- Fuller J. F.; Green W. T.; Gregory, 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc-
listed all the members and nearly all Willie; Gary Sing; Gordon M. B.; tion during that time:
attended accompanied by Mrs. Mau- Guen, Jem; Glisson Henry; Gore
rice. Each costume was well gotten Willie; Hale 0.; Harris J. R.; Ham- Car $555.00Runabout special rate good on any of the Company'ssteamers
There ilton, James; Henery Jim; Hail Jack; Touring August 22nd to October 17th
up. were Japanese Dutch and
Hunter Amos; Jones, Tommie; Jones, 505.00'
Indian maidens and Uncle Sam from J. D.; Jaxon; Jones, Jacob; Kenret >I, inclusive.
here. A delightful time was had. The John; King, W. M.; Kirkland Robt.; '. F. O. B. Orlando. All cart fully equipped.
entire numbered about King Mantel Co.; Lane, L. 0.; Lohnis
party seventy. F.; Montgomery, Simon; Morgan, J. Farther we will be able t. obtain the maximum efficiency Return Limit 10 Days
The Kissimmee junior league also in our factory production and the minimum cost in our
F.; Murray H.; Noblack,James; Par- and aalea department if we r-ach an output ol
-was invited. Refreshments of ice tin, H. M.; Smith Raymond; Spauld- purchasing the above dates.
between
ream and cake were served. Much ing, J. B.; Thomas, Julius; Wells W. And 300.000 should car we reach this production we agree t. pay as Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville ||every

credit is due Miss Wright and her as- D.Women's; Witfield,List Ruben.-Alberder, Mrs. Ma- August the buyer's 1.1S1S share to every from retail I4' to buyer*60 per who car purchases(on or a about new Tuesday Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.;;

sistants for their splendid entertain- mie; Baker Mrs. Lillie Mae; Brown Ford ear between Aacu" 1. 1J14 and August 1, IMS.
ment. Mrs. A. C.; Cowan Miss Mamie; For further particulars regarding these low prices and profit-
The hotel company have been fortu- Crumpton, Mrs. Amelia; Dullin, Mil-I sharing plan. ... I For reservations and further particulars apply to
lie; Davies, Mrs. Lillian; Earnest
nate in securing a hotel man of many Mrs. R. L.; Gornan Mrs. L.; Jame, F. G. RUSH,
years' experience in high class tourist Miss Jennie; Keene, Miss Florence; H. G. WENZEL Fla. Pass. Agent
hotels Mr. J. R. MacDonald of Mount Mathis Martha; Munroe Mrs. Margaret I Phone 226 ,
; Mabry Mrs. Mary; Nelson
Arlington New Jersey. We wish him Mary; Powe Miss Bertha; Smith, 122 \V. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
success. ll.ss.Hattie; Thompson Mrs. J. A.; i iWillis
I Ii
Mrs. R. S. Williams, Leona. '
Dr. and Mrs. L. It. Phillips and chil- i ;

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ITEMS FOOTBALL AND THE WAR ation of his crusade against the play-

ing of football during the war, visited

Taft, Fla., Oct. 21.-Our Women's (By Herbert Temple, European Man- Lord Kinnaird, president of the foot- GRAND TO-DAY

Relief Corps No. 6 was highly hon- ager of the International News ball association, last week end, at

ored at their regular meeting last Service.) Rossie Priory, Inchture, Perthshire.Lord ,

Wednesday by a visit from Miss C. London, Oct. 22.-Since the begin- Kinnaird assured him that he' = = .. .:::.= = ..=: .==. === = ::::. 'n ...".
Millie Leighton, department president ning of the war there has been a was strongly of opinion that all professional -

I of the State of Florida W. R. c., of great deal of discussion about the players should be freed from Jesse L. Lasky Presents Max Figman and Lolita Robertsonin

St. Petersburg, and Mrs. Anetta playing of football and other athletic any engagements which they had

Smith, department inspector, of St. sports. The opening of the football made if they wished to join the armyor the Rollicking Military Romance"The

Cloud. The post (No. 37, G. A. R.) season brought out crowds of thou- territorial forces and go to the

was invited to meet with them. The sands of men and boys and the ques- front. Lord Kinnaird further sug-

W. R. C. were given great praise for tion naturally was asked, "Why did gested that a fund should be raised
Man the Box"Staged
the excellent manner in which their they not enlist?" The matter was for the support of wives and childrenof on

work was performed. Miss Leightongave put up to King George V. and he said I the footballers who have gone to

a very interesting address in.regard that he saw no objection to footballor fight for their country, and who would

to the national encampment recently any other of the usual pursuits of need help.CATCHES. on natures most glorious rostrum. A rollicking Military Romance. Vivid

held in Detroit, Mich., and oth- the British people, just because there and convincing in its appeal to all senses. You are not acting square with }'ourself if you

er matters. After brief remarks by happened to be a war. A SHARK WHICH CONTAINED miss this performance.

the other "girls and boys" of the W. The army council have replied to THE LEG OF MAN .

R. C. and the G. A. R., a receptionwas the intimation received from the foot- J

tendered the estimable ladies, ball association that they were pre- Pensacola, Fla., Oct. 21.-The crew

and dainty refreshments were served pared to stop all football under their of the Austrian steamer Lucia, by
by the entertainment committee of jurisdiction if the war office were of
the catching of a huge shark in Pen-
the W. R. C. Mrs. Helen Dennis, department the opinion that such an action would

treasurer, also our local assist the authorities at Whitehall.The sacola bay yesterday, found evidence

president of the W. R. C., received council point out that they would throwing light on the fate met by hr I It

many compliments from the visiting deprecate anything being done which Captain Bisneck of the fishing schooner .

officers for the perfect condition of does not appear to be called for by Hope, who was believed to have

her official work and said that it wasa the present situation, and raise no objection -
drowned while attempting to reach
pleasure to inspect her books, as to fixtures being fulfilled.
shore at the from his
well as the books of all the officersof The text of the letter is as follows: navy yard
smack. After catching the shark the
the corps which were all found "War Office. Sept. 10, 1914.
ripped the stomach and
captors ,
open
correct. The meeting was greatly en- "Sir:-In reply to your letter of the
confronted with the
were
joyed by all. The ladies were the 8th instant."I grewsome
sight of a man's leg. That the limb
guests while here of Mrs. Helen Den- am commanded by the army
was a part of Captain Bisneck was : Z A7k
council to inform you that they are
nis.J. conclusively by the fact that It
S. Barklow was a business callerin very grateful to your association for proven '" I
the shoe attached was purchased by t I
Orlando last week, Tuesday.Mr. its asisstance in obtaining recruitsfor __ ;.
Captain Bisneck the day previous.All .
Amos Kramer, with his wife the army and in placing football f _
of the flesh on the limb from the "r,
and family, from Treverton, Pa., arrived grounds at their disposal. The ques- #
hip to the ankle had been eaten
here last week and are settledin tion whether the playing of matches
only that within the shoe
Dr. Filbert's building on Palm ave- should be entirely stopped is more a away re- L

nue. Mr. Kramer intends to purchaseand matter for the discretion of the asso- maining. cI'
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establish a home here. ciation, but the council quite realizesthe __

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Harrington and difficulties involved in taking suchan SIMPLY BREATHE IT ? ;
Miss Frances Nelson were callers on extreme step and they would

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tompkins, on deprecate anything being done.which That's the Way You Use Iljomei, the a

Third street, last Sunday. does not appear to be called for by Safe Catarrh RemedyThe

Mrs. C. A. Tompkins continues to I the present situation. Should your most pleasant, easiest, harm-

improve in health and is getitng quite I association decide to continue the less, and the realty sensible metnod .. ..".
for the cure of Catarrh is Hyomei,
lively. playing of matches the council trust
which can be had from any druggist.
Rev. R. J. Brewer gave us an inter- that arrangements will be made so as Just put twenty drops of the lIquidin A FIVE PART MOTION PICTURE PRODUCTION. A PARAMOUNT
esting discourse in the chapel last not to interfere with the facilities at the small inhaler that comes with
Sunday. Everybody should turn out present afforded to the recruiting au every complete inhaler that comes PRODUCTION, PARAMOUNT on Pictures means the same as sterling on silver.

and give him a good congregation.Mrs. thorities. The council also suggest with every complete outfit-then
breathe it. A few minutes' use almost By special request MR. FRITZ HAUER will play "SOUVENIR," (Ordla.) Mr.
Jno. Hill and her daughter, that the association might take all
instantly clears the head and Hauer has the distinction of the that has
violinist
gained being best ever appeared in
Mrs. Irving, spent Sunday visiting steps in their power to press the need stops that annoying sniffling.
friends in Kissimmee. of the country for recruits upon spec- When using Hyomei every particleof any theatre in the city.

Next Saturday afternoon the people tators who are eligible for enlistment, air that enters the breathing or-

of Taft are requested to appearat and they would further venture to gans is charged with an antiseptic,
balsam that he lOc Hear "THAT ORCHESTRA"20c
the school house to clean up the I suggest that some portion of the gate healing destroys discharges ca-
tarrh germs, stops the unclean -
grounds to correspond with the com- 'money might be set aside for the from the nose, relieves the

modious and up to date building. charitable relief of the families and irritation and quickly heals the sore .
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Then people' coming in will wonder dependents of all soldiers and sailors and inflamed tissues. The first day'suse IMIlHtiiiiiillHiniMIIIIMIMMMIMIMIMMiM .|
Don't fail
to
see
"where they are at," whether in New who are serving in the present war. of Hyomei will show a decided

York, Chicago, or Kalamazoo.Mr. "I am, sir, your obedient servant, improvement the trouble.no matter how' distressing ThcVValdPckerFishCoFOR : .South Apopka Nurseries.. ;

N. Gaudias, of St. Paul, Minn., "B. B. Cubitt." Catarrh, which usually begins witha i > .
is of arrivals, coming The Hon. D. S. Jackson the famous FISH AND OYSTERS
one our new neglected cold, often becomes a
All the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange
last week and is with A. J. Yorkshire and cricketer ad- don't wait
stopping English
serious ailment, so
very Phone No. ;5. 206 Boone StreetP. Trees, thrifty, well-rooted and clear of all diseases.
Richardson. Mr. Gaudias is the ad- dressed a meeting of athletes at Hullon but start using Hyomei today-it is
New and of the Citrus
inexpensive and McElroy's Pharmacy M. and W. O. COX Catalogue History Family
vance agent for six or eight families Saturday night in furtherance of
sells it the "No-cure-no- FREE. Address ;
who are coming to Florida if he reports the formation of an athletes' bat- always on 10-23-tf
oay" plan.
favorably. lie thinks Floridais talion.

the state, and that Taft is the Answering the vexed question of ...South Apopka Nurseries...

cream of the state, and they all will whether football and other sports As a leader for the next 1
probably come here to settle in the 'I should continue, Mr. Jackson said he OCOEE, FLORIDA

near future. thought football might go on in mod- Ten DaysOt'rL 9-4-tf : : ,
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Sprague, who eration to help men to get fit in case i.IIDIIIIIIIII.
. . . Q1"'Ile".I' ;
have been spending the summer in they were wanted.

Boston, Mass., returned to their Taft Games were the greatest asset we II II II . . . . . . . >f
home last Saturday. Glad to get had, and the national spirit had 1 i i


back.Mrs.. II. D. Baggerly, of Tampa, is taught Germany us did how not to "play play games the game., and" pair I will pants give with FREE each suit.an extra Orlando o Paint and Wall Paper Co. I j;

in the city, the guest of her parents, what was the result? How did they

Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Murphy. play their game of warfare? 350 pieces all wool 1

Miss Josie Collins, who sustained If any man felt he must kick some- High Grade Paints, Oils, Varnishes 1

injuries in the runaway a few weeks thing or some one let him go to the Prices, $15 to $30 AGENTS FORPotion's Kalsomine, Wall Pa- 1'
ago, is able' to be around again, but front and kick some of the black-
and mate- Sun Proof Paper, Wall Board, Roof- a
is still quite lame. guards who had ordered the killingof Fit, workmanship

Mr. II. D. Baggerly, of Tampa, weak and helpless' people inBel- rial guaranteed.Act Paints ing, Brushes, Etc.

spent Saturday and Sunday with W. gium. ihir SOLD AT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Orange Ave.
and save one-
E. Murphy and family.Mr. The athletes' volunteer force is for now THE SUN

J. F. Harrington has receivedhis cricketers, cyclists, footballers, row- the cost of a suit.Phone. ORLANDO, FLORIDA

license permitting him to sell real ing men, athletes, golfers, swimmers, .

estate. Any one having property for and all athletes who are not eligibleto 78or g Special Wall Paper 3000 Rolls, at 5c.

sale should list with him at once, and join the regular army territorial,
those wishing to purchase would do call on . 'II . 8MtM3 8MMIIilllMHIililMMIiiIOM ..
etc.The )
well to call on him and get a square scheme is to form companiesin 3' 2,
and 80 V. BAYLARIANOld . '" MMIMIHII . ".
all towns villages-over'

deal.Mrs.. J. N. Ahik, who spent some have already been formed-to teach I I '' i-is 1
THE & CO
time here, the guest of her parents, the rudiments of drill and rifle shoot- Stand on Church Street.

Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Sphaler, left Sun- ing. An outline of the scheme has I

day for Sanford, where she will residein been laid before the army council. In PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs

the future. their reply it was stated that there
We had several other callers in would be no objection to drilling and modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-

town last Sunday, but space forbids rifle practice at miniature ranges, as 3 1I9ineyf"fn4TIlE date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the

special mention of them all. may be thought desirable, for those PROPER: PACKING

men not of the age laid down for service -
FIRST AID T( )
MAITLAXD MENTION in the ranks or who may be oth-

I erwise disqualified for active service, HIGHEST PRICES
MARKET I
Maitland, Fla., Oct. 21.-Mr. Fred 1 who may wish to offer themselves for
which, however, would not accomplish the end desiredby
Vanderpool, who has been spending instruction.The .
I the grower, if he did not also have available the ser-
the week end with his parents, returned war office reply also conveys
to Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. "the thanks of the army council for Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH vices

:! John McCullough, who has the patriotic spirit which has prompted ofTHE CHASE & CO
spent the summer abroad returned to the proposal." AND SALT MEATS

Maitland Wednesday and has openedher Those wishing to join one of the
FISH AND GAME SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
home, "Piney Croft," for the win- existing companies should write for

ter. particulars to the Hon. Organizing Kept under tbe best sanitary conditions. which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, expe-

Cleaning up and improving is still Secretary, 9 Houghton St., Aldwych, Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh rienced, competent and reliable.
going on, the latest work is cleaningthe London.
and GIVES THE GROWER
town park across from Lilly lake. The corps of assistant golf profes- pure.
sionals raised by C. II. Mayo and We inrite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS

IIEDIN GIVEN PRIVILEGES George Duncan joined the rifle brigade everything in the !Meat Line.
CORRESPONDENCE '
on Saturday. a SOLICITED t

Cologne, Oct. 21.-Sven Hedin, the Conspicuous by their sprigs of The PARLOR MARKET GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS '

Swedish explorer, who shortly before white heather, the assistants gatheredat P F

the outbreak of the war, endeavoredto the Nelson column in Trafalgar H. M. Self & Co. CITE L SE; &: co., F

win the Swedish people over to an Square and proceeded to the nearest

alliance with Germany, is paying a recruiting office. There they under- PINE STREET Main Office, Jacksonville, FloridaA.

visit to the western theater of war by went the usual medical tests. Only R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla.

invitation of the Kaiser. It is under- ,three failed to pass. Later in the day Phone No. 80 : 9-30-d&w

stood that he will also visit the east- the ccorps left for Winchester.
M IMMM 'IIII"IIIILI.llllllt..
ern military terrain. I t Mr. F. N. Charrington, in continu- j


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THE DAILY AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK AT I WARSAW ATTACK BY GERMANS BARACA CADETS
PENSACOLA TO REOPEN FAILED I It I .... IMMIItiilMMIIMMMMMMMM. 1111111 1111 I 1111111 II E E i

South Florida Sentinel The Baraca Cadets of the First'i ;

MORNING AND WEEKLY Pensacola Fla., Oct. 22.-The (Continued from page 1)) Baptist church, a class composed of j t

Editor American National bank, which dosed troops, together with other Russian boys between the ages of 14 and 17\\
JOSIAH FERRIS. and Owner
its doors early in September, will reopen forces inflicted terrible losses on the years will hold their next regular I : i iI I
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida for business on Monday, No- enemy. Many villages in the vicinitywere meeting Friday night October
Serond Clan Mail Matter.
as
vember 2, according to an unofficial taken and retaken in hand to at 405 East Pine street. 23rd'l-: BLANKETSOur

SUBSCRIPTION RATES announcement made today. A com- hand fighting. We are going to organize an :
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $3.00 ,
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.60 mittee of citizens has secured the Battles on Vistula and at Przemysl letic club at this meeting and all boys I : new range of Blankets are all in. :
Daily, 3 Months ...................... 1.25 consent of all depositors to the planof "In engagements near Kosienica over 14 years and under 18 years are !
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .liO We take a pardonable pride in our extensive I
taking time certificates of depositand Caucasian regiments also gave proofof welcome to come and join the club. f
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... SLOO assortment..
the stockholders have For We will have the and
Weekly 6 Months .................... .75 practically extraordinary courage. eight armory one
reorganized the bank placing JohnG. days these regiments were fighting on possibly two nights out of each week COTTON BLANKETS.
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN Pace at the head, with Morris Bearas the bank of the Vistula, in the marshes and a basket ball team indoors base- ,
ADVANCE WOOL AND COTTON BLANKETS
chairman of the board of directors.The where the trenches were constantly ball nine etc., will be organized. ,

TO ADVERTISERS: directorate will be composed of under water. ALL WOOL BLANKETS,

entirely new men. A cashier has not "Several regiments suffered severe DEATH OF WILLIAM MURPHY ALL WOOL IMPORTED BLANKETS
Copy for display and all other hand-art ,
advertising must be handed in at the business yet been selected but will be 'within losses and one regiment had three
jSict. of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. SCOTCH MAUDS, WRAPS AND
the day before publication. This rule applies a short time. It is understood the commanders seriously wounded, one I William :Murphy: aged 35 years,
to chance for contract advertising; it is comptroller of the currency has approved after the other. I died yesterday morning at six o'clock SHAWLS,
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to.
the plan of reorganization. "The direction of the great battle at the home of his father just south .

Subscribers desiring The Seentinel discontinued going on to the south of Przemysl of the city. Mr. Murphy had been in

the date should of expiration notify the otherwise office in writing it will on be BATTLES AND RUMORS OF BAT- which has been under way six days, ill health ever since coming to Orlando PRICES BASED ON OUR NEW STANDARD -
continued at the regular subscription rates TLES IN THE AIR AND is in the hands of General Broussilloff. a little over a year ago from Pitts-
until notice to received. OF
atop is
UNDER THE SEA The Austrian losses have been burg Pa., and he is survived by his VALUES.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1914. enormous. Many prisoners have been I wife and nine year old daughter. _
London, Oct. .-An engagement taken including both Austrians and :1 The funeral will be held from St. :

At last has between German torpedo boats and Germans." James church at nine o'clock this 4 COMFORTERS.We'll .
Belgium no place to
hostile submarines in the Baltic near i morning, Rev. Father Fox conduct- :
keep her neutrality.It's soon get calls for these, even now
Rugen island, off the Prussian coast, GERMANS EXECUTE CHIEF ing the services, and interment will :
some draftsman o who can keep is reported from Stockholm accord- follow in the Catholic cemetery. : there is just that piquant touch of brisk

his war map correct these days. ing to a Central News dispatch from London, Oct. 22.-A dispatch to the coolness noticeable that denotes colder

o Copenhagen. No details of the fightor Exchange Telegraph company from CLARENCE BRUBECK KILLED BY ,: weather to come. In the"MAISII"

Swat the masher, but at the same its result are given. The Hague says that Magna Bell the FALLING BUILDING AT :
time frown upon the girl with the The correspondent of the Times at native chief of the German Kamerun, LARGO .
from German COMFORTERWe
R. S. V. P. eyes. Copenhagen learns has been executed because he at-

o sources that airship sheds are being tempted to foment among the natives Clearwater Fla., Oct. .-Clarence have the "acme" of perfection and in
constructed at Tondern on Schleswig, rebellion against Germany. The Brubeck, unmarried white man,
Many tourists who dislike the smellof a an the of
and at Rostock on the Warnow near range designs and qualities we car-
announcement of this is credited killed at this
onions will spend the winter in by was instantly Largo I
Florida rather than in Bermuda. the Baltic sea in Mecklenburg- the correspondent to Herr Ebermayer morning when the upper part of theJ. ry, we cover every inquiry.To .

o Schwerin. I German governor of Kamerun. A. Walsingham building which was ( those who prefer to make their

Congress has made many laws be- I Kamerun is a German colony of being razed to allow the addition of own comforters we carry a magnificentrange
GERMAN CASUALTY LIST GIVES
fore adjournment but the supreme western equatorial Africa, with an another story, fell upon him and sev- of Silkalines and
KILLED WOUNDEDAND other Fabrics and
court is in session to unmake them. 11,500 area estimated at 151,000 square eral other workmen. Brubeck's neck
I MISSING has estimatedat The others also the "Maish" Batts made of that jusTly
o I miles. It a population was broken. escaped serious -
England can no longer look forward 3,500,000, of whom less than 1,000are injury. famous "laminated" cotton-these battsare
with pleasant anticipation to I. Berlin, Germany, via The Hague whites. The administration of Brubeck was a native of Cleveland, J rl made full size of the comforters, and

the end of the war. The Pankhurstshave and London Oct. 22.-A German casualty the colony is by an imperial governor Ohio. He owned a grove propertynear costs no more than the ordinary common
list issued today contains the
announced that when it ends whose seat is at Buea. Largo. batts sold by the pound.
names of about 11,500 killed, wounded I
militancy will be renewed.

o and missing. I ,

The world is
not so overcrowdedafter ,
1,000.000 WOUNDED SOLDIERS IN
MILLINERY AND
all, if a statistical genius has READYTO'RROur <:
HOSPITALS A Rare Opportunity
correctly doped it out. He says every Styles consist of positively the
person in the world could stand in a "Newest of the "
London Oct. 22.-Dr. Leslie Haden 6 New
our stocks are
The Crawford home No. America aug-
space 500 miles square. place at 108
Guest, who has established twenty mented almost daily. We voice here
g hospitals for the allies in Europe es- street must be sold at once. The lot has a front- simultaneously New
L. W. Bethel, judge of the eleventh timates the wounded in those placesat York-the new-
age of 83 fqet and 333 feet deep. The house con est in Our
judicial circuit of Florida, died at his 1,000,000. i vogue. low prices will more
home in Key West Wednesday night I tains six rooms, but is not modern in appointments 1 than astonish you.HENS .

after a long illness. lie was one of H. Kanner's great sale continues though it could easily; be made so. I have the ex-

the ablest ant*most impartial judgesin until November 1st. 11-tf
clusive handling of this property and am preparedto
Florida and
a prominent figure -- -- -- -
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throughout the state.A W44 H+++.."a I II 1IIIIIIIIItI offer you a GREAT BARGAIN. Remember, it DEPARTMENT.Every .

II MUST BE SOLD, so see me at once if interested. day adds to our assortment of
I T. HOURIHAN !i! I
stroll around almost any sectionof Neckwear.We .
Orlando will convince even the
Licensed Plumber and
all the
carry exclusive
most chronic pessimist of Orlando's i Sanitary Engtneer I weaves and
great growth. There is hardly any > i! colorings shown by the best houses in New
Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
section of the where the York. A good dresser
city sound J P'cmptTy Attended to. ; | S.Y.WAYInsurance cannot fail to be
; of the saw and the hammer is not ; interested.
PHONE 629 ; ;
; heard and improvements of all kinds i

; are under way. Orlando is destinedto rob Court Street I' and Real Estate Agent I

be one of the largest interior cities f i i I It We the
i ORLANDO, FLORIDA : are representatives of
in the South. t 4-2l-lm !i I PHONE 172 HART
0 SCHAFFNER AND MARX
iiiiiiiiniimtiniiii' !
f! Failure of the county primary canvassing CLOTHING
,
r board to certify the nominees .
: of the primary to the county commissioners I I1111III1II 11I1II III ; ;; ;; 111111111. KNOX HATS,

i of Dade county invalidate -
may
MANHATTAN

i county their attorney.election, according The canvassing to the I Jg Buy Gum Camphor SHIRTS

f board, while unraveling: the mystifying -
; confusing absurd and sometimes f -' made in Orlando. We sell it. Pa- : : HALF HOSE.

;, foolish provisions of the Bryan primary w We emphasize a special line of 25 cent

provision law,of overlooked the general an statutes.inmportant f PHARMACY tronize home industry.IMMIIMIiitlMMiilllltMIIIOIIilHIIMMMMIIMM. f Hose.


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"Because of the lack of general GROCERY DEPARTMENT.Pickles .

adoption of eastern time and in orderto
; 'III IIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIII.t.II'I'IIIIL III.'IIA11111111111111111111'11"1"CARVEL" Pickles For
Ii Everybody!
I avoid confusion the ministerial
alliance of Miami has voted that the Sweet Mixed Pickles in Bulk-Dill Pick-

churches will go back to central time i les by the Dozen-Sour Cucumber Picklesby

! November 1st. The adoption of east- the Dozen-Pickles in Packages-all
ern time at Miami was instrumental
Kinds. (Try a Jar of Sweet Melon Man-
" in securing a good deal of free and
goes!) .
[ valuable advertising for that city, butt

t doubtless the action marks of the the ministerial beginning alliance of the The Solid Gold Howard Watch at $55.

NOTICEWe
end of the eastern time agitation in

r Florida. Your alert, forward-looking men are strong for the Howard take pleasure in announcing thatwe

e "Carvel." : have secured the services of
J For the maintenance of the government -

F congress has appropriated $31- In design and finish an achievement in the fine artsthe"Carvel" ; Mrs. Marie Mallard,

000,000 more than was appropriatedlast The well-known
CostUmiere. Make book-
year. Of this increase 827,000- is having a unique success.

fore 000 goes nearly to the seven-eighths postal service. of There the I .' In the 16-sizeit is perhaps the most compact watch made- ings early. .

charge of Democratic extravagance is :. ; and the 12-size "Carvel"! is actually thinner by one and one-third

contained in this postal increase. I. : : millimeters than the regular 12-size extra-thin Howard.
Aside from the large yearly growthof I ,m

general postal business which always -! : : Cased in a 14K solid gold case of special design, and selling ; -

involves an increase in cost of : : at $55, the "Carvel"! is specially popular with men who have to |
operation the service includes
the parcel postal post, which now entails- : : make a degree of personal sacrifice for the sake of owning a | ;

the handling of 250,000,000 parcels : : Howard Watch in solid gold.

during the current fiscal year. Only

the express companies will dare propose A watch that we want to show you, and you want to see.

by way of economizing, to deprive i
the people of the new facilities I U

detractors afforded by of the President parcel post Wilson and and the i DICKSON MS CO.I C

the Democratic administration woulddo
well when circulating their T..w EVANSJEWELER

charges of extravagance to point out I Iv
the fact-concealed by them up to DEPARTMENTAL STORE

date-that the Democratic adminis-
tration has placed the postal serviceon i
a self sustaining even a paying ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACErrm
Orlando Orange Avenue Florida
basis so seven-eighths of the charge Ii

vanishes into a postal surplus, which i

,_ all the years of Republican administration . .- . . . .. ..
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Miss Agnes Renfroe, of Sanford, 111 i 11 I i 111 M1111111 MiJFAVORTE TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR aLI; = : i

will arrive in Orlando this afternoonto UiI

WADE spend the week-end with Sirs. J. THEATRE ; SALE-Ford touring car; fine !

THE TUNEROHLANDO. SI. Pedrick on South West street. condition; shock absorbers; dash

) FLA. I! Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I j starter.. Write Box 93 for demonstration. 10-23-1t- In Allen's Fruit Picking BagPATENTED n

(f Mr. Carl Jansen, the popular city Admission 5 cents I 0 !

derk, is ill at his home on Lake Cher- Wanted to Buy i

okee and was unable to be at his accustomed -I Household Goods-Dressers, chiffo-
Mrs. B. M. Robinson left yesterdayfor desk in the city hall yesterday 111111111111111111111111' It niers, washstands, small tables kitchen u Fifth Year on the MarketNo U
Chicago on a visit to friends. TODAY'S PROGRAMFour utensils, electric iron. Any of
Tax Assesor Boone acting as these you don't need. Describe and I

deputy. Big Reels state price. B. C., care Sentinel.
Eiffel Hosiery in all styles and colors Nestor. 'Cross the :Mexican: Line." 10-23-3t Drop---No BruiseVe are offering this sea- !

at Boardman's Store of Satisfac- People are different. Some provide A modern war drama, with Wallace son by tar the best picking

tion. 21-23 against trouble before it happens. Reid and Dorothy Davenport. PRESBYTERIAN RUMMAGE SALE bag that has ever been f
Victor. Warren J. Kerrigan, play- I i
Others wait for a cold snap before ing a remarkable dual role in "The made.
Just received a'fine line of that Sandhill Lovers. The Young Ladies' Auxiliary of the
getting in their supply of wood. Read i 11
"Punjab" Percale for shirts, etc., at the ads in the Sentinel and patronizethe Imp. Universal Boy No. 3. lie Presbyterian church will hold a rummage I: V r Even better than lastyear's

Boardman's. Only 12 l-2c. 2-23 wood dealers. joins the the secretary Boy Scouts of war.after interviewing sale on Friday and Saturday, I! bag, heavier canvas

Edison. "The Sign of the Three October 30th and 31st. Please look ,I aud bound all arouud frame .
Misses F. E. and Mabel Doty returned Around the postoffice the talk of Labels." A comedy. over your clothes and discard any not l with
webbing to I II
to Orlando last evening from prevent
dull business is not heard, and it is needed or in use, and donate them for
New York where had been I I chafing through the best
they
reported that the fall season has add- Miss Elizabeth Branham, and this sale. 22-2t i

spending the summer. ed an impetus to the parcel post busi- :Slessrs.: Jack Branham, Whitney shoulder straps.snaps, etc., I

ness and that the mail is exceptionally Wright and Earl Vick will leave early FOR SALE BY H. McDANIEL:: t >; that we could buy.

Mrs. T. P. Warlow left yesterdayfor heavy. this morning by auto for Jacksonville I
Chicago to visit relatives. She to witness the gridiron contest be- 7 Room stucco cottage, near Eola; Our bags are used ex-

will be absent from Orlando for abouta Grinding of sugar cane is now tween Florida and Sewannee football located right. right; built right; will be sold I tensively by the Florida J

month. opening up and already some fresh teams which comes off in that city 21 of Orlando's most desirable Citrus Exchange and a

Florida syrup has been offered for tomorrow. building lots, near Lake Eola; will be I p host of independent grow-
When you need fall and winter un- sold only to people agreeing to build
sale in this city. The new syrup is in houses in keeping with the location. F4_ r. .rA ers.
derwear Boardman's
to Store of .x
go great favor and nothing beats it when FUNERAL OF :SIRS.: G. D. REEVESAT 10 Acres on north side of Lake

Satisfaction. Best goods, lowest served with hot cakes in the morning.A APOPKAA Ivanhoe, overlooking Orlando; all \Ve can ship in any quan-
cleared suited for home site good
prices. 21.23 ; a ;
land. tity same day order is re

very pleasant subscription dance 18 1-2 Acres land, about 17 acres in Patented. ceived.
sad mission called Dr. J. E. Wrayto
Possible buyers of real estate watch 0
was given last night at the Country 5 year old budded grapefruit and or-
the classified columns of this paper Club in which of the young peo- Apopka yesterday, the funeral of anges; 2 1-2 miles from city limits; II IIV

war more news.attention than they watch the ple of the city many participated. It was Mrs.. Reeves Reeves, ,pastor the wife of of the Rev.Apopka GeorgeD. overlooks Florida for 4 the lakes price.; nothing better in Price S1.50 Each or 518.00 per Dozen

arranged by Mr. Billy Beardall, and 1023lmMMIIMilMIIMMiliMtt
Methodist church. Mrs. Reeves wasa
proved to be a great success in every F.O.B. Orlando.
If you need Shoes, remember that devout Christian woman, greatly

Boardman sells only reliable shoes. ,way. beloved by the people of Apopka, and

All all leathers. School shoes: the Methodist church was filled witha
styles, JJ
and Earnest
Mr. Mrs. Casper were
for children 21-23 large congregation of sorrowing
a specialty. in Orlando yesterday from Winter McCULLOCH'S'Department CO.
friends at eleven o'clock yesterday
Garden, en route to St. Louis, Mo., ALLEN'SORLANDO ,
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Harris have morning when Dr. Wray conductedthe
having been called there on accountof
returned from delightful visit to funeral services, taking for the
a
the death of Mrs. Casper's father,
Whitehall N. Y. subject of his sermon, "Heavenly FLA. 0
and are again occu- which occurred in that city Wednes- Store ,
pying their pretty home, 419 Colonial Recognition; or, Shall We Know Each
day night.
Drive. Other There?"

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Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Lucius, who have Aim I a[OE:: k- .,
Miss Marian Groves returned last INFORMAL AFFAIR AT THE
been spending the summer in North
from three months ROSALIND CLUB Jelly Tumblers
evening a stay
Carolina in and around Asheville, will '


of among Carolina old Kentucky.the and vineclad the blue hills grass of valleys North j,i I return card them received as to having Orlando at enjoyed the tomorrow.Sentinel their reports A outing post An yesterday informal afternoon card party at was the Ros-enjoyed Fruit Jars ;;:; ; $:; Jf


alind Club and several tables were
and that Mr. Lucius has been very
:Mr. E. G. Kilpatrick, inspector of much benefited. occupied. The ladies in charge were

machinery for the Dodson's Printers' I Miss Slay Kilmer, Mrs. Beardall, Mrs. all kindsPreserving
OUR NEW GROCERYIs
Supply company, Atlanta, Ga., is j John Jones, and Mrs. LeRoy Giles.
Notices posted in the local post-
spending today in Orlando on busi-J As usual the dainty club house looked
ness. office again announce that the United most attractive in its floral decora- the largest and finest in the city, Our
States is shy on male stenographersand
I tions, and the ladies present spent the Kettles
typewriters, especially at Wash- stock is of the best quality. Our prices
Mr. T. H. Pickett, of Tallahassee, is I afternoon in a most enjoyable man-
ington, and inviting applicants, willing -
reasonable.
a recent arrival in Orlando and has I I ner. Later a delicious refreshmentcourse
to accept salaries of about $900 a'
accepted a position with Hanner j was served consisting of fruit
I year, to take the civil service exam- South Orange Avenue ; PANSY PLANTS
Brothers, the contractors, as office salad, tea and cake.
ination. This is a chronic complaintof
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manager.Mr. the government and is likely to .. MMIIMMIIIMMMIIM. u J By dozen or hundred.
continue until Uncle Sam awakes to NOTICE
and Mrs. J. H. Dean returnedto \ -
the fact that he will have to pay !iv-I I Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8
Orlando last evening. Mrs. Dean of Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida EASTER LILIES
has been visiting relatives in Ken- ing wages before he can get good I VENEER CORESALL :
men in the various departments. It Notice is hereby given that J. D. Hender-
tucky and Mr. Dean met Mrs. Dean in son of Orlando. Klsu, purchaser tax certificates LENGTHS AND ANY Plant the bulbs We have them
I
'is said that the government employesin named below has filed said certificates QUANTITY now.
Atlanta and accompanied her home. 'I.
in office and has made applicationfor
Washington, as a rule, are the I tax deeds my to issue in accordance with law. Special prices for October. ; also Narcissus.
poorest paid of employes of like ability ]! Said certificates embrace the following described Stock up before cold weather.
Mrs. Hall, of Margaret street, yes- property situated in Orange county. FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
anywhere in the country-this not ;, Florida. to-wit: Also
terday rented her rooming house to and Certificate No. 79 dated June 5. 1911: Beg.
senators
including representatives OAK WOOD
Dr. J. S. Jones, of Los Angeles, Cal. southwest corner of section 3. township 21
I who fix their own salaries. south range!: 28 east. run north 165 yards, THE SANITARY GROCERY
The lease was arranged through the east 440 yards south 165 yards west 440 Orlando Wood Yard
yards; assessed in the name of L. W. Stewart.
Orlando Building and Land company. CARUTHERS & GORE
Thomas Green,'an aged and indus et Certificate aL No. 80, dated June 5. 1911: Beg. B. W. Kin sley, Proprietor
trious negro farmer of Winter Park, I 1165 yards north of southwest corner of section PINE STREET AND R. R. Phone 200
Please phone 578 if you have any 3, township 21 south range!: 28 east run Telephone 344
got into trouble Wednesday afternoonby I north 240 yards east 440 yards south 240 I 9-30
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the W. C. T. U. sendto ,
rummage for or driving an aged, crippled and sick ,' yards west 440 yards; assessed in the name
'of L. W. Stewart et al
132 Orange avenue Friday after- horse to the city. He was arrestedfor Certificate No. 361. dated June 3. 1912; '",
noon or Saturday morning. Northwest quarter of southwest quarter (less
SIRS. H. F. SAUNDERS. cruelty to animals, but released 1 acre square in northwest corner), section .111111111111111111111111811111111111111-1-'I' -,- ;li. . . I J' .
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that the horse be killed by the Humane I i I Unless said certificates shall be redeemed
Mr. E. S. Hammond, of Atlanta, Society. lie the of according to law tax deeds will issue thereon
gave age I
on the 24th day of November A. D. 1914.
district superintendent for the Inter- the horse as between sixteen and one Witness my official signature and seal this

national Correspondence School, of hundred years, with the latter figure the Seal 23rd)day of October.B.A.M.D.ROBINSON 1914. 8 ttp/laMb

Scranton, Pa., spent a few hours in probably nearer correct. The poor:I Clerk Circuit Court. Orange County. Fla. I
By M. A. HOWARD. D. C.
Orlando Wednesday, leaving yesterday old animal was, in addition to being

morning for Tampa. sick and crippled, totally blind, and I : lit

had about served out his day of use-
; OSTEOPATHYDR.
The European war is likely to be fulness to mankind. The horse was
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felt by Orlando kids. A large amountof taken out southwest of the city and I -

the toys used in America are man- dispatched by Officer Carter, who i J. C .HOWELL

ufactured in and the stated that this the fortythirdhorse
Germany supply was Hours 10-12
3-5, and by appointment
this fall will be short. Local dealers, of that character that it had
his lot to kill while No extra charge for house treatment
however, expect to have plenty of fallen to servingon
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things, made in America, to satisfythe the police force here, at Tampaand Telephone connections \

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I PE 1PLE'SJ'V; ANTSIU BUYERS AND SELLERSI .I.JuInber9 La1:11s and Shingles

buy sell, rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla,
over 30 years. Have handled over -
:\UIAKERS $20,000,000. Call' and see me. '
Notice .f Lo.t. wanted For Sale Far 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.If -
I I
Rent. ete, for this column 25c." for one day.
50e. for three day. .r 11.00 for one week, fur you have subscribed for the Sen-
2S worda or lea*. Money moat accompiny tinel and are not receiving your paper .
the adeertiaesenti for this column, M no
you will do a favor by notifyingus
insertions will be made on credit.
at once.
ORLANDO
FOR RENT OR SALE-Twenty-one i
room 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 Central have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican.
avenue. Phone 294. 10-21-6t N.. 636. l-20-tf
Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
FOR RENT-Five house,
room
prac- To he convinced of the producing
tically new. Inquire Hand's Fur-
niture Store Pine street. 10-20-tf power of Sentinel want ads.-try one.
Our Officeis :III'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII' : =:: :: ::::: :: ::"??***? *?**!?**?****?:::::::::::
FOR RENT-Furnished for light
housekeeping, suite of large, pleas' '
ant rooms; all modern conveniences; GORDON'S CARRIAGEAND
Open also two nice sleeping rooms; private :S-c.TSJt'JESS
family; close in. 312 North Main St. !
10-18-6t -
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FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with
Place City or Country garage; elegantly furnished; on BAGGAGE TRANSFER flL.
your Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. Important friendships result from Ithe right introduction, and
Property with us. 8-27-tf
T. HARRELL Prop. the most important ones come through the right banking con-

If unable to call, we will Three good For young Sale mules, well! Piano and Furniture nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We

come to broke. Call at one-half mile east of
you.Watchful Lear Conway, Orlando.store cr address 10-20-l\vk Wm. V. Moving a Specialty invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-

attention will 8 E. Church SI. PHONE 487 is taken in
est every depositor.ORLANDO .
bo given to the interest of FOR SALE-By Clarence W. Rose.
308 North Main street, a Cote and
our clients. three lots. A 14-room house fur-

nished investigate., both close in. Please 10-14-10t inves- DressmakingMrs. : BANK & TRUST CO.CLOTHING .

R. S. Cohoon has :
.
ORLANDO BUILDING &LAND::co FOR SALE-Or trade for real x
estate resumed her dressmaking . .. ..
a five-passenper automobile in IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII: : : : : : : : : :::: :
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nice shape. Address No. 112 West and is now located
II North Orange Avenue Church 10-4-lm : .
street, city.
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Room 4, Way building,
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PHONE 608 FOR SALE-One or both of a team on Orange avenue, where :. .IIIIIIIIIIII..I... .IIII.I..II. . . M I M t . . . ....

OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL of black mares, weight 1100 and she cordially invites all ,
1200. Good drivers, single or double.C. ladies ,
needing anything
E. Enlow, Winter Park, Fla. I
9-18-tf in the wearing apparelline

FRED B. DALEC. to call and see her.

H. BRYANT FOR SALE-A No. 1 saddle mare,
or buggy horse. Address, care
DAVIS GILES. Counsel.F. Wright's, Box 567. 9-2-tf
A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor. e I
Our stock of
FOR SALE-One Underwood type- Real Estate Bought new
writer in good condition; one Bur-
CUBAN REPUBLIC IS READY TO rough's adding machine, used only
MEET THE EXIGENCIES two months, and one Reading stand- and Sold.City .
ard motorcycle, in good shape. Bar- I I
OF WAR Fall and Winter
of gains on quick sale. Call or address, I Clothing
J. C. Sigler Winter Park, Fla. Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash
Havana, Oct. 21.-The Cuban sen- 10-9-tf
and $1.00 week buys a Lot
per
ate early today passed almost unani-
mously the so-called national economic For Sale-Silver Cluster Grape RENTS COLLECTED.
defense bill which recently passedthe Fruit and Valencia late orange buds. Made by SCHLOSS BROS., is coming in
Vigorous stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2
house of representatives.The old.9232m .
years
most important clauses of the H. C. McDANIEL.FOR N. P. HATCHER and we are anxious for you to see our
bill provide for the issue of a national t
coinage; the giving of premiumsfor SALE-Forty acres of fine ORLANDO FLORIDA
hammock land; eight in" grove; the New Styles and high class tailoring. Best t
the cultivation of tobacco; author- present crop of oranges will be from Office at Pinehurst ParkP. ,
izes the president to issue bonds for 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told,
$5,000,000; provides for the relief of ready for setting-10 acres in lake, O. Box 281 place in the city to buy clothing.
agricultural laborers and consolidatethe one and quarter miles from Apopka. 10-8-lm I
Price, $5,000. Address W. H., Box
regular army and rural guard. 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf

FOR THIS WEEK FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. WJ d Wood WoodExcellent
tle.Inquire of Frank Phillips Pine 9-18-tf Cas- W. M. SLEMONS

Eggs,Eggs, fresh from the country, Core Pine Wood Sup : I
35 cents per dozen.
Best Baldwin ,Apples, 40 cents per FOR SALE-A good Roll Top plied in any quantity :
Desk and Chair. Been used lit-
peck. very 1",1,111111111111111"1"1,1"1",1,1"1"1" " '.
tle. Call on W. C. Sherman Rock I*MIMiliiMIII 11111 III III rill 11111 11111 11111 I"III II 111",11,11,1,1,1,111
Pears for cooking, 40 cents per peck. Building, opposite San Jua Hotel.
Fruit of all kinds to suit 108tfMISCELLANEOUS SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE
your .. .. .. .. . " , .
pocket. STRANDS OR MORE .. '' > .. . .. .

Chestnuts Grapes, pony from baskets the hills, ,19 15 cents.cents lb. ; $


Len Bananas ons, imported 10 and ,20 15 cents cents per doz.doz. without WANTED-Housekeeping small children.furnished Residents house, ,by rooms not couple tour-or ELDREDG BARLOW I r ii.I ;rurVn eftft11t 'j I

Call and see where you can buy the ists. Would rent by year if suited. Telephone 375
most for the least money. Quality Must be reasonable and close in. Ad-
guaranteed. dress, Box 3, city. 10-21-3t South Street, near A. C. L. .

TilE ORLANDO SPECIALTY CO. STENOGRAPHER-Young lady sten- Tracks
109 West Church Street ographer would like permanent po 9-l-lm
10-7-tf sition. Can furnish the best of ref-
erences. Address S., care Sentinel.
10-21-3t
Eat all you want. :
Eat what :you want. WANTED-Salesman and Collector Special Notice to'
Take a postscript and forget it. apply to Singer Sewing Machine -
For sale by all druggists. Co., Orlando, Fla. 10-14-tf Property Owners... '
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Don't wait for every one In town to I
FRENCH TO GIVE BOYS PHYSICAL have Entrican, the painter, before
you try. Am too busy to look you Watch this SpaceKincaid
AND MILITARY up. Phone 636, and I will be on the Mr.: S. H. Atha, of this firm,
TRAINING I job l-20-tf has just returned from a four '

FURNISHED ROOMS and board, for month's trip through the north, '
t Bordeuax, France, Oct. .-The six adults. Address Kentucky Home, He vistied all the large cities :
511 Palmer street Orlando Lake
,
French government, through the min- Cherokee. 10-17-1m as far west as Denver, Colorado,
ister of public instruction, has directed and east to Washington, D. C.
Baron Pierre De Coubertin, presi- TWO FURNISHED ROOMS at 221 He met hundreds of prominent ,
dent of the French Olympic games 10-17-6t Robinson avenue, on Lake Eola. men who are coming to Florida'

committee to organize the physical this winter, and many of them '

I and military training of the young WANTED FRESH COW giving ten promised him to come to Or-
men of France and especially of those to fourteen quarts a day. Write or lando.A .
youths who would come normally into call 10-10-lw at Ward's store, Winter Park. great many will have moneyto

r the army in 1916. These youths are invest, so if you want to sell

t eighteen years old and they number WANTED TO EXCHANGE a large your property you should list it

I between 275,000 and 300,000. Shetland pony for a larger horse. I with us at once, as we will have Snowden
r !I Reel's Steam Laundry 814 N. Orange the buyers. &
H. Kanner's great sale continues avenue, or phone 654. 9-29-tf

I I until November 1st. 11-tf T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. Cooper Atha

l RUMMAGE SALE Conscientious work at fair prices. Low Priced Furniture House.
Phone
629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf
l, The ladies of the First Baptist 114 South Orange Ave. Ground Floor I I

church, Mrs. Dunaway's division, will NEW ARRIVALWe Phone No. 311 Orlando Florida
give a rummage sale, in the room ; i Cor. Main and Pine Sts. ,
formerly occupied by the have just opened a large new .
!. Dunn millinery, on Friday Hamilton-I stock af table linen, art linen, shirt- - -- : : : : t :::: : : : : : : :: : : ::
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day, October 23rd and 24th. waist linen, towels, napkins, white tttt'\\ \\\\ \ \\\\ ::::: : &" : :

nations may be given to Mrs. Duna- : counterpanes, and blankets. Get our U.c.v. Reunion
I way Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. Chas. prices before you buy. I I A. B. MOOREPlain
f Phillips. Mrs. Limrick's and Mrs. 1O- 3-6t w. M. SLEMONS.T. I I I Dudley Matthews I
Jackson's committee will also sell LAKELAND I
home made cakes and candy .Satur- F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. and Decorative
Conscientious work at fair prices. Painting
day afternoon and evening. 21-3t I
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf OCTOBER 2830Low I ARCHITECTURAL AND GENERAL Paperhanging and Kalsominin

FOR SALE Wood; $1.50 a strand up. Hand's DRAFTING. i
Rate Excursion Tickets DR. L. H. RAMSDELu First-class work. good material and
I
Nursery stocx, one, two three and Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
reasonable prices. No j b too t
four year old buds; Foster Early. will be sold October 26-27.28- Blue Printing and Map Work. Pat- OPTOMETRIST largeor
with final limit November2nd. ent office drawings, show cards and I I.idpa) too small. Drop me a postal and !
Pineapple Jana Homosassa. Washington 29, (Successor Iw Dr. O. P. +
Navel. Address Try the Sentinel for your next job general commercial art. Perspectives -i we will talk it over.
Mrs.
M.Kahle, .
printing. Prices reasonable. in color or flat w.shes.1 ORLANDO FLORIDA I
Fla. Phone very
Apopka 2222.
3-13-ti I
ATLANTIC COAST LINE I
Workmanship the best. Call or phone ROOM :12YowellDuckworth : A. B. MOORE
Standard Railroad of the SouthA. \ S FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKINGAt when in need of job work.Don't I IPIIOS'E I I II ,
W. FRITOT, D.P.A. Building
208 East Robinson avenue. Misses 138 Went Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.J. AND 00 ALL KINDS OF P. O. Box 524, Orlando f
I[ neglect to take look at the i I !
% Berke, formerly with Miss Hovermale.. a G KIRKLAND, D.P.A. 542
10-3-lm want ad*. Hillsboro Hotel Tampa Fla. 9-lo-dAwtf' i OPTICAL REPAIRING I I 109lmr j ji i

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Winter Garden, Fla., Oct. 21.Mr.W. .
CONWAY NURSERIESGROWERS
J. Holcomb was soliciting businessfor !
the firm of Lucas Bros. Co., Tam
pa, Friday. AND DEALERS IN

Rev.Oakland Query, filled, Presbyterian the pulpit ministerof at the ji All Leading Varieties of Citrus TreesR. j

Methodist church Sunday morningand
T. PEEL .
Proprietor.Local
evening, and Dr. Poulson, of Orlando -
gave an able sermon to an appreciative Salesman
congregation at the Cen- 11 Glen St. Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATE : THAT
tral Baptist church Sunday afternoon. Box 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida.
There are two bus lines running 9-24-tf
from Oakland to Orlando and both
seem to be doing a good business. II tMMMMMMMMMMMMMM 0 MMMMMMMMM. I
The B. Y. P. U. of the First Bap- COLD WEATHERWill
tist church will entertain the Epworth
League of the First Methodist church
with a social at the new pavillion at
THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S

the evening.dock on A pleasant Lake Apopka time Thursday is antici- soon be here and that thebest][ f

pated by all. Quite a good deal of interest TRANSFERDr.
is being taken by the young
people here in these two societies.A B. D. WIENANGA, Prop. way to prepare for it is to get!a
merry crowd of young people
serenaded Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Roberts
Tuesday evening. They were givena Livery, Draying and HaulingWE
hearty welcome by the host and
hostess and after spending a delightful Gas Heaterinstalled
social evening under the roof of
GUARANTEE
GOOD SERVICE
this popular young couple and par-
taking of the dainty refreshments
served by the hostess everybody departed -
wishing them many long years AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK at We have
of happiness and joy. once. a large
The Oakland-Winter Garden high

school school is term making, 200 a pupils good showing already this be- Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited stock, but do not wait until it gets

ing enrolled, and eight teachers. HORSES FOR SALE
Captain J. A. Richardson, who lived cold before ordering. DO IT NOW.
here about fifteen years ago and is 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
remembered by all the old settlers f
has- become the author of a book
called "Richardson's Defense of the I
South," published by A. B. Caldwell, '-
Atlanta, Ga. It is a book of about MMMMMMMMMMMttMMMMMMMMMMMMSPRAY ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
500 pages. The frontispiece is a NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE
Richardson
handsome portrait of Capt. -
and any one who has known him SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY I GAS DEPARTMENT .
in the past would be almost sure to
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ardson lived here for several years Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale. Rust Mite . . . . ( . . IMIMIIMIIIIMIiliillMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIi .
and was pastor of the Baptist church and Red Spider that is hit. Removes sooty mold
at Ocoee and Oakland. lie built the I I and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September .. HllilllllitilllMMMtit .
house owned by Mr. II. Beke-
now
and October are two of ,the best months for
Being student, he was
a great
meyer.
well acquainted with the causes and spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents insects -
circumstances leading up to the war from sapping trees all winter, and brings them 11 r
of the rebellion. His book is the re- out in a good healthy condition in the spring, thus
sult of many years of study. Follow- insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom.J. .
ing is a letter from Gen. Bennett H.

Young, commander in chief of the SCHNARR & CO.. Orlando, Florida.
U. C. V.:
"Louisville, Ky., July 22, 1914. i Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure the White Fly I
"A. B. Caldwell Esq., Atlanta, Ga. I Fungi. 9-9 D. and W 2MMitlltMIIIIIIIIMIIIMIMMMIMtttttttllllllliii
"My Dear Mr. Caldwell:-I have
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received the copy of Richardson's Defense -
of the South which you so kind- -
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ly sent me. I have examined it not MiilllltillllMlililillMllliMMMMIIIIIIilillllitPackers
only with care, but with great pleasure. I Y11
It is a splendid work and one f
that every school, and I think every
Tile E Eola Packiu
man in text-book.the South ought The book to have deals, a with political -H COMally

some of the most important phases of
the war. I greatly appreciate and 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON
prize the copy you sent me, and I
shall have occasion to make use of it
in both writing and speaking here-I I and Shippers of Citrus 11 HjrszpDwar GUARANTEED Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic
after. Yours very truly, Mechanical Oil Pump, Step'Starter and 66 ,Refinements
"Bennett II. Young." Fruits and Vegetables.
Capt. J. A. Richardson was a cap- 8275.00
tain in the Confederate army and I will operate alone under above name and shall ap-

served throughout the war. preciate the business of all who have and any who have Wright Si Hilpert Oranfle Ave-

Position not patronized me in the last three years. For informa- i Fla.
,
Young man with 10 years bankingand tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossingof . . . . . . . . . .. . . . .
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business experience wants posi- Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure .. . . . . .. . . .. .. . .-.-.-. . .- .III.- -
tion with future. Would consider
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in business building which I am equipping with Mauld's latest '
partnership a good paying ma- TREES FOR SALE LIST YOUR PROPERTYwith
with a small A-l investment or and positionon bond. chinery and can consequently give you same service 'I The Terra Ceia Nurseries have for i LAUNDRYYour
salary. references
"Permanent care Sentinel. 22-3t which has always spoken for itself. I sale the Walters (Florida Standard) me now, while I have the timeto dry cleaning general, and laundry pressing work will French be ,
variety of grapefruit from one to look it over and familiarize myself ap
My efforts will be to sell all Dossible before resorting three years old, budded on three to with the talking points. I made the preciated. Satisfaction and service I i
Look at the guaranteed. ,
label on your paper; Open September 28th. .
to distribution. four years old rough lemon roots; largest number of sales last winter
Phone 654. Reel's
it shows the month and the year to I and the Heart's Tardiff orange, one and expect to do even better this win- I for whites Steam Laundry .
only.
9-25-tf
which your subscription is paid. Sub- year old buds on three years old ter. My prospects are beginnig to arrive 'I
scription accounts are due in advance. W. A. DADE Gen. Manager.9182m rough lemon roots. All in first class and it might cause you to losea
condition. sale it off. Call I .
by putting todayat Up to date painting, papering, etc.*
._.- TERRA CEIA NURSERIES, my new offices in the Watkins is the kind want. Where
, Biggest per cent of profit ever is it5; n '. #- i1 Terra Ceia Florida.J. building and list your property. you to get
: I derived from the use of the Sentinel'swant C. Rowell, Manager. WAITER W TJOSF 'I jit i ? That's easy phone 636. W. T.
ad. columns. I J J J J I J I 1II1 II H.I Y II.M.lI1 I 1.1 t U.J J t III I II1II I I...I I Correspondence solicited. Real Estate. Phone 555. Entrican. 1-20-tf :

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sioner Clark Robertson, who has one
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I of the most beautiful flower gardensin

Ii i the city. Mr. Gore didn't say any- ? 4\ 'f 1!
I thing about losing money by not be- P I
II coming a florist. i.
I The attractive new home of Dr. I

noted .. ......., .
; I Merle McElroy was as nearing : : : ".: ... ',
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completion occupies almost the I
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last vacant lot on that side of Lake ---
r Lucerne. Lucerne Circle has been .
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curbed and graded and is about ready '. -
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is that the paving will be rather .. .
for those autoists who ina .; .
narrow are -
Tomorrow and every other day, you'll find hurry. : t I t

a check account with the State Bank mighty{ Reaching Orange avenue, Mr. Gore I DO YOU UNDERSTANDHow

f handy in keeping an accurate record of your was able to point out many beautiful I
places where he had lost thousandsby
affairs.
money not becoming the owner several you can personally be banafit-
Take note-how many business men years ago before they became so val-
uable. ted by the advantages accruing to
in cash? Very lew-for businessmen
t
pay you
Upon arrival at his place of busi- the
t cannot take chances by carrying money ness, Mr. Gore was almost prostratedby commmunity by

; about. The safe way is the business-like what he at first thought was a new
Pine street directly Tlis] Federal Resorve
bank checks. grocery opening up on Act ?
way-our in front of his place of busi-

Try paying with checks. ness, and he had visions of more
l money lost through increased compe- -. Call, telephone or write an(J we will :

tition. However, he was made happy mail our booklet---just out---which
The State Bank of Orlando
again by noting that the new estab- '.
lishment, which is on wheels, was r explains this act fully and clearly.
labeled the "Uneeda Lunch," and is : '

likely' to prove a customer instead ofa ..

competitor. .. ,
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After reaching the Sentinel sanc- ? .
I tum, the writer figured it all up that :.'. ... ... .. .. .'

I had Mr. Gore, or any one else, taken I .'. ''. ".
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i advantage of the rapid increase in s '-. .-: '. :}',
THINKS CONVENTION NOT SAFEEl This information was received in a i Orlando values he would have been in : ;/ :
the millionaire class, and have left I
an official message from :Mexico City I
his trunks in Europe instead of scalp-
Paso, Tex., Oct. 212.-General confirming the fears of the Carranza
ing profits in the grocery business to
Obregon, as head of the Carranza government that its delegates' either i much
save his customers as as possible -
commission, has presented a resolu- have been arrested or threatened with from the cost of high living. ::9 j 0
tion before the Aguas Calientes con- imprisonment by the Villa faction. i I Tin' perhaps, if he had millions to F
vention asking for guarantees of safe-
I I worry over he wouldn't be the smiling
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ty for all delegates and recommending that he is. .
and congenial gentleman
SALE-Good boat
that the convention be moved to FOR wagon; can I I ,
I be used for hunting; cheap. II. C. -. : .:. ;.' '." '. : ."' .
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will
a "safe place. McDaniel. 10-23-lm i I I The Sentinel want ad. way get I ..

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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, CROCKERY

and General House Furnishings at A DISCOUNT OF 25; PER CENT; SOME 20 PER CENT, 13; 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 you.OSCAR.

HAND & SOIN WEST PINE

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EVERYBODY IS GOING TO THE BIG STORE !,







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 Make] an early visit to our Millinery

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VVomens and Misses Department Today, and select /

Ji Apparel your Fall and Winter Hats J..;. .y
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your runs &j ; 1 Fall Millinery shown best at the Big Store. rp1N */llr-1
y' ./conservative, or the ultra new effects,! fj t Full lines of correct Millinery, making the most oft t /you'll find exactly the garment you prefer .. season of Black Velvets, designed in all the latest --j ')ltt. :
i I in this complete assortment. ? shapes. Dressy creations with art in their designing, 'fl"..' :iit! ; .1ra: 7

;I i v There are plain Tailored Suits, whose 9y; and style in every line, at 1I1'ijl' 1.!.' ..
: of fit and i fH.t tF!.;'
I distinction lie in their perfection fl .
=' line; Redingote Models, marked by innumerable t $5.00 upwards to $40.00 t1n !fr.J : t,

clever details, which stamp them : H"" 4. '1

% i : exclusive. :. = I i I > FALL STYLES OF LADIES' SHOES ARE tJi1t : :

,, Materials range from Serges, I )

.1 Gabardines, Wool Bengaline, j I i NOW ON DlSPLAY.r/Ptf. !r

; =i Wool Poplin, Cheviots and They are beautiful, stylish shoes. They are comfort- :f.. : I
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H' Broad Cloths, to the richest 19 i ( 'I able, luxurious shoes. They are long-lived, satisfactory jU l1/- -.IJ-
i ; Velvets. I shoes. They are priced within every woman's purse. 6 1 I
1! g I i' Trimmings include handsome They are approved by fashion followers. j{ ( li
ii I You are offered the latest models, direct from the :J "
f Fur Braid, Novelty Buttons, .
1j! .i i t. i World's Fashion Centers, at prices that will appeal to
I j_i etc. every woman. Call and have our salesman show you the DISPLAY OF MODVRT CORSETS
g I 15 i Black, Navy, Brown, Russian i wonderful array. Fit guaranteed. Prices range fromIodart Corsets provide graceful,
s I; Green and Plum are first choice. natural figure lines. As fits the Corset -
I :; i'' ( i o $3.00 to $6.00 so fits the Gown. Comfort and
"' ( I perfect fit are the keystone of Mo-
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"' ease, whether!, in sitting or standing -
ers, from

892 $15.00 to $50.00 $1.50 to $3.50 position.$3.50 Prices to $8.00






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