The morning sentinel
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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 24, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
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System ID: UF00079945:00169
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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ON fACT THAT T GERMAN[ Washington, Oct. 23. (Special.-)- -that she will oppose the return of WILL; NOT LET CONGRESS ADJOURN

The seizure of American ships by Germans to Germany on any ship, -
British cruisers was thrashed out ata and the fact that the commander of 1

conference late today between As- the cruiser found the Brindilla off the RUSSIANS ARE CONFIDENT HENRY CONTENDS FOR ACTION -

sistant Secretary of State Lansingand usual course from Philadelphia to Al- IN BEHALF COTTON -

the British ambassador. It de- j exandria caused him to suspicion that
veloped that in the Brindilla incident | she was not actually en route to OF VICTORYARE

the British had positive information j Egypt but was in the service of Ger-

that Germans were aboard, that there many, probably bound for a German GRADUALLY REDUCING PRESIDENT MAY ADJOURN SESSIONHouse
had been an attempt to scuttle the j port. At the British embassy and at
BELGIANS OPENED DYKES I G GERMAN LANDSTRUM HAS ship and that the Brindilla had'I the state department it was said this GERMAN FOES, SAYS

AND FLOODED ENEMY'S changed her course, creating a grave government had had no answer to its CORRESPONDENTSays Is Now 150 Short of a

TERRITORY I suspicion in the British mind. i request for the release of the Brin- Quorum and AdjournmentCan
Great Britain has indicated stoutly dilla. "Only Time Is Required to

I Reduce the Germanic Foes Be Prevented


I Washington, Oct. .-(Special.)-
In Battle in Northern Belgium DISPATCH Congress waits tonight on the word
London, Oct. 23.-The Petrograd
in Which Allies Have Ad- Neither Has the Kaiser FoundIt correspondent of the Post, in tele- of one congressman, Henry of Texas,
BE FREE AND SPEND SUNDAY HOME E to ascertain whether it can adjourn
vantage but Unable to Necessary to Call for Vol- the graphing Russian a review front, of says the: situation on tomorrow until December or stay in

Dislodge Germans onteers-London Riot session indefinitely. Southern sena-
"Only time is now required to reduce -
Brings Statement CASE WILL PROBABLY GO the German forces in their en- tors and congressmen from the South

_\ ?don, Oct. 23.-Special.( ) GRAPEFRUIT PRICE BETTER I{! tirety from a fighting army to a beaten -,I held a lengthy conference this after-
..:. Berlin TO JURY EARLY THIS i noon and urged Henry to give but
: German guns are stuck in Germany, by Oct. mob. The Russian cavalry is up

the mud and upon this ludicrous I 23.The general in command of the THAN EXPECTEDGOOD AFTERNOON pressing hard upon their retreat met with failure. The best Henry
: would to
agree was a proposal
situation the allies base the German seventh army corps, it was which is over abominable sloughs 01 !
until the elections
congress ,
hope of victory in the great bat- stated officially in Berlin today, has DEMAND AND FAIR ONE MORE V WITNESS TO TESTIFY roads forests.fringed Prisoners by boglands and other and trophiesof marshy then return to enact legislation. This

tle on the northern Belgian declared that the calling out of the proposition was not taken up.
PRICES MAY BE EXPECTED success are being taken all the II
coast. For nearly a week this j landstrum is unnecessary as enormous Congressman Carter Glass and other -
I time, but no attempt has yet been
Daughter Parents Sister Niece
I leaders that desist
combat has raged with unabated numbers of the landwehr were made to estimate their numbers. suggested Henry -
I and Husband of Woman and let
on "Wounded in their of congress prom-
fury. still available. Nor has it yet been men, accounts
Says S. J. Sligh, Who Has ising in return that the Smith-Lever
Trial for Murder Testify the fighting around the village of
to call out volunteers.
The two great armies are necessary
Shipped a Number of Cars warehouse bill and the amendments
Kozienica, state that while the artillery I
nearly equal in strength and The following statement in the This Week-Size and in Her Behalf duel was proceeding for several- to the federal reserve act would be

continued today their terrific efforts -: matter of the recent anti-German taken up the first thing in December.
Quality Good j I days and nights the troops were unable -
with no advantage to either. demonstrations in London has been Mineola, L. I., Oct. 23.-(Special.) to move. Finally the artilleryfire Henry refused to agree to this
:-Tomorrow afternoon the which The house is
jury 150 short of
The Germans, heavily sup- given out in official quarters: The movement of citrus fruit from became equal on both sides and now a
will decide whether or not Mrs. Flor- quorum and Henry can prevent ad-
ported by their monstrous how- "The English judge, in the course this section has been very limited up orders came to make a bayonet at-
Carman murdered Mrs. Louise
Ii of the proceedings against the to this week, and the only shipper has ence tack. The soldiers, stiff and miser- journment indefinitely by persistently
itzers, are still on the offensive perpe- Bailey will retire to deliberate upon calling attention to the absence of a
trators of these anti-German outrages been S. J. Sligh. :Mr. Sligh shippedtwo able from their long confinement in
against the Belgians, supportedby the evidence, and a verdict is expected quorum.
I expressed regret at the doctrine cars of grapefruit Thursday from the flooded trenches, were only too
French troops, with the Brit- I that foreigners in England are Orlando and a car of oranges from before nightfall. delighted at the order and dashed up- President May Order Congress to
This afternoon the defense virtually
ish and French warships on the j outlaws." Kissimmee. Yesterday he shipped on the Germans with irresistible vigor. Adjourn
rested. One more witness will be Probabilities that President Wilson
sea and the British monitors in I According to information given out from Orlando one car of oranges and .
I called and his will be would
testimony exercise his
'officially today, the German military one of grapefruit, and also one car com- "The Germans for the second time constitutional power -
the canals lending aid with their
i authorities when they discovered that of oranges from Killarney. paratively unimportant. Before go- during the war on this side, met them and adjourn congress, inasmuch as
long fire while air I' ing to her cell tonight Mrs. Carman itself is
range gun congress unable to agree on
certain dwelling houses in the neigh- Yesterday State Citrus Fruit In- with the bayonet, and a terrible fight
scouts direct the range. borhood had been burned down by the spector J. W. Edwards inspected and assured her family with a confiden- ensued. Neither side could gain the ending the session, were considered
The battle has resolved itself:i French took care of the French civil- passed the fruit of :Mr. M. Keyes at tial smile that she would spend Sun- advantage and the slaughter was today by administration leaders after
I day with them a free woman. the president had conferred with
into a duel of big guns and the j ians to the number of 140, who had his grove on Rock lake, and Mr. S. D.Hull's fearful.
I The accused woman's daughter, Speaker Clark and Senators Kern and
been living there in the at Killarney, the fruit on both' I "Finally a Russian hurrah came
allies by of their long open. I
reason aged parents, sister, niece and husband Overman.
them were many women and children. of these groves being well ripenedand down on the wind from the flank, fol-
range guns, have had the advan- testified in her behalf today. Speaker Clark said he was sure
colored. lowed brisk The Germans
by firing.
All were sent to Aastatt, near Karls-
tage to now because the Bel- The stories of all were refutations of both houses, now sitting without a
up ruhe, where they were given shelterin When asked about the condition of mistook this for a successful out-
the and the market last :Mr. said the accusations of Celie Coleman, the quorum, would be unable to agree on
gians, by opening dykes the arsenal. night Sligh : flanking movement and they broke

flooding the country east of the It is officially declared in Berlin "Good colored grapefruit, well colored servant girl. Before they and fled, abandoning everything in adjournment, and he believed the
'i were put on the stand District Attor- country would endorse such action by
today that the mysterious shots fired packed, is selling better than was to' their run for safety. The Russians
Yser canal, which the allies' -
upon Smith Mrs. Carman the
througha The
recently on a Danish submarine boat be expected, considering the fact that ney put pursued them for twenty miles and president. president's power
line is established, have severe cross-examination, and he for such a precedent breaking actionis
did not come from German war- there has been to date the heaviest the plain was strewn with German
made a veritable quagmire of ship. any movement of grapefruit from the managed to force her into admittingthat dead." found in section three of article

their front for several miles, utterly state ever known at this season. Ship- i she was suspicious of any womani two of the constitution, which pro-
i who came to her husband's office; vides that "in case of disagreement
of and from j
ruining the roads and con- ments oranges grapefruit

verting the fields info swamps. WHY NOT A "REST ROOM" taled Florida 521 up cars.to October Up to the 22,same 1913,date to- that she relations suspected with the doctor women of improper pa-- VilLA IS MARCHING ON between) with them respect(both to houses the time of of congress adjournment --

For this reason the Germans tients; that she never felt sorry I he (the president)
this year 965 cars had been shipped. may
have been unable to bring up FOR FARMERS? "Valencia late oranges in Califor- enough for the Bailey family to write NUEVO LAREDO i 1 adjourn them to such time as he shall

them letter and that think "
a sympathetic ,
their guns of range equal or superior nia are rapidly giving out, not more proper.
I she her husband i
valued the
to those of the British than one thousand cars being left to money
ONE OF THEM TELLS WHAT be marketed. All the largest eastern made more than his undivided love. AND IS REPORTED TO HAVE CRANK ARRESTED FOR SE\DI GPIWI'OS.L

monitors and battleships.How Smith did shake her main ORDERED AN ATTACK
IT WOULD MEAN TO markets and the markets of the mid- But not OF MARRIAGETO

long it will take for the I ORLANDO I dle west are ready and calling for story. ON THE TOWN I MAGARET WILSON

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overcome I II fruit. There should be a good de- ----- n -

of inundation is a ques- I Would Attract Them to This ,; mand at fair prices for the next twen- have been lighter from the east coast Two Companies of His Troops I Chicago, Oct. .-A man givinghis

tion, but the allies are trying to City and Make Them Feel I ty days. and most of the packing houses have Also Are Reported to Be name as David A. Wilson was

hammer the Germans to pieces Heartily Welcome and I "Oranges are fully three weeks closed down. The fruit in this sec- Marching on Piedras ties held here under arrest by federal authori-

later than last year, the total move- tion of the state is riper than on the today on a charge of having
while they still have them at a ComfortableEditor Negras written to Miss Margaret Woodrow
ment to date from the state being east coast. The Dade county grape-
disadvantage. The Germans are i but fifty-three cars. The cool nights fruit this it is estimatedwill Wilson, the only unmarried daughterof
South Florida Sentinel: crop year Laredo, Tex., Oct. 23.-One thau-
President Wilson
hurrying forward fresh troops and fair weather will have a tendencyto total 500,000 boxes. proposing mar-
sand arrived in Nuevo
In a recent issue of if new troops LaI I
your paper riage. He will be examined to his
and more heavy guns to make I remember correctly, you requested color the fruit and shipments will "The sizes and quality of the fruit, redo last night from Monterey, bringI I sanity. as

reply to the damaging fire from i,that the readers of the Sentinel offer increase right along now. both oranges and grapefruit, is much ing the garrison to about 1,500 men. Wilson admitted having written the
"Shipments grapefruit this week better than usual this year." Rumors that Villa had sent forces to
the ships. I any suggestions that might be of interest letter but refused to answer any
and helpful to Orlando and vi- reduce the place caused the increaseof
Although pushed back at sev- questions concerning it.

eral points the Kaiser's forces cinity. I also notice that steps are Villa's' the garrison. Dispatches from Eagle His home was said to be in Curry-
To Prevent Friction I
being taken to advertise Orlando and Pass, Texas, today, said that two ville, :Mo.GOES .
to be holding their line
appear commands of Villa's
to maintain a rest room for the tour- separate troopsare

between the sea and LaBassee, ists. I heartily approve of these and j Troops Withdraw From Border marching on Piedras Negras and INTO COURT TO RID HIMSELF

the extent of the front in this the many other things that no doubtare j Nuevo Laredo.In I OF POSTMASTERSIIIPColton

distinct engagement. in contemplation for the enter- -- Nuevo Laredo all Americans I
Washington, Oct. 23Special.( ) from that town to prevent friction federal
tainment of our visitors and to encourage holding positions, state or Utah, Oct. 23.-Lyman II.
The war department has a dispatch between Mexican and United States have been orders )
PRESIDENT>> CONGRATULATES settlers to come to ou thriving -j discharged by Marble, merchant and postmasterhere
i from Colonel Hatfield, opposite Naco, troops.In from Mexico
FATHER city and county. Now, I have a City. has retained an attorney in an
in which he says General Sosa, com- the same telegram it is stated
suggestion to offer that I think will I endeavor to be released from his offi-
greatly advertise Orlando and be missioner of the Mexican convention, that the firing near Naco goes on, but
Washington, Oct. 23.-President j RED TAPE TIES UP CANADA'SGIFT cial position. His term expired more
had arrived at Naco, and he indicated it is supposed that Naco Indians are
Wilson today congratulated J. E. greatly appreciated by the farmers OF GRUB TO ENGLAND than a year ago, but the governmenthas
Duckworth, a North Carolina moun- who come here to do their trading? that Villa's troops under General doing the shooting as they appear to -- failed to appoint a successor or to

taineerr on his record as the fatherof and at the same time be a decided Maytorena would withdraw six miles be under no control. London, Oct. 23.-The Standard release him or his bondsmen. The
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twenty-five children and for hav- financial benefit to the merchants.My states that 250,000 bags of flour and increase in mail matter since the par-

ing voted the Democratic ticket for I suggestion is that the mer- :' Chicago Man Predicts Great 4,000,000pounds of cheese, a war giftto cel post was established has caused

sixty-five years. Mr. Duckworth, ; chants and business men while theyare the mother country from Canada, him serious losses. Marble says and

who had never seen a president be- ,'I making arrangements to provide has been laying on the London docks he has been compelled to place his

fore, was introduced to Mr. Wilson by I a rest room for the tourists that they Influx Tourists This WinterMr. for the past two months, because of own goods outside his store to make

Senator Overman. I also provide one for the farmers, and the difficulty in discovering who is room inside for mail matter.

'II hitching sheds for their teams where George A. Hutchinson, -of Chi- -cars of people coming to Florida either responsible for its handling. It has
PORFIR10 DIAZ NOT DEAD the teams will be sheltered from the ascertained that the local
cago, is in Orlando looking after his for the winter or to locate perma- now been ALLEGED SHORTAGE IN ACCOUNTS
sun and rain. As it is, the farmer
nently in this state, and says interestin government board is responsible and OF RESIGNED STATE
3.There is I goes to town without any definite idea property interests. He owns a beautiful -
Biarritz France, Oct. its members are busy consideringwhat
1 this state is greater in the North TREASURER OF IDAHO
no truth in the report of the death of as to where he will leave his team, home on North Orange avenue than ever before. is to be done with the food. It

Porfirio Diaz, former president ,of, whether in the sun or rain, and also and is interested in other in
realty That the Sentinel is Orlando's best is possible that some of it will be Boise, Idaho, Oct. Government

Mexico. He has been suffering froma ,' without any definite idea where he this city and county.Mr. asset and a great missionary to at- given to the hungry Belgians in Lon- accountants allege they have foundan

slight) gastric trouble, but is better. and any members of his family who Hutchinson is a great boosterfor tract people to this city and county, don. apparent discrepancy of between
might be with him will their
Florida in general and Orlando in was Mr. Hutchinson's declaration. lie $90,000 and $100,000 in the accountsof

New November magazines every spare time. If a rest room were provided particular, and predicts a record said that at least four families in his THE WEATHER I State Treasurer O. V. Allen, who

day. Ladies' Home Journal', Satur- where the farmers from: differ- breaking influx of tourists this fall. neighborhood in Chicago who are interested resigned a few days ago when his
day Evening Post ent parts of the county, and their
Country Gentle-I' Coming down from Chicago he no- in Florida read his copy of Florida: Local rains Saturday and books were ordered balanced. No

man, etc Curtis & O'Neal. (Continued on page 8) ticed on the Dixie Flyer fifteen solid the Mornin" Sentinel! every d?-:". probably Sunday. criminal action has been cams. ;.. j t.

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ROLLINS COLLEGE students go with Mr. and Mrs.O'Neal. i I TRUECHEAP T. F. HOURIHAN Licensed Plumber.I Eat what you want.
The faculty coach in charge of tennis Conscientious work at fair prices.|l' Eat all you want.

Great activity is being manifestedby Prof. Palmer, has posted schedules Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf{I'I Take a postscript and forget it.
j For sale by all druggists.
for a perpetual tennis tourna-
t the young men in preparing for ment, which expected to furnish WITH PAINT MEANSThe Subscribe for The Daily SentineL ,:' l-7-d&w-lyr
the state conference of the Young ,
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interest and incentive for considerable --
r Men's Christian Associations of the
i interest in the game. The players paint which covers the largest
Florida colleges and universities,
have been divided into two classes,
. which opens at Rollins Thursday even- surface-Gives the longest service 3 $ne.k4
numbered A and B. The players in I .1/"ur-- .
ing, October 22, and lasts through the i .
class A are numbered, and any playerin
following Sunday. The general com- -Lasts and looks well.

mittee has bin divided into several above the him class in may the challenge list, and by the defeat-player Our Business is to Make Your WorkI I

sub-committees, each with an able THAT'SHarrisons 1
ing him, displace him. Any memberof
t chairman, and these are busily mak- EasierBy
class B may challenge the last
ing the final arrangements for the '
! member of class A, and supplant him !
conference. Considerable delegations supplying you with all kinds and stylesof
if successful. In this way the players -
are expected from all the institutions Files and Cases Ink and Ink Stands
will be continuously shifting the "Town & Country"A Filing ,
in the state; excellent speakers have :
better players working gradually up Pens and Pen Holders, Pencils and Pencil
been secured, and a helpful and interesting -
[ toward the head of the list at the
meeting is expected.The I expense of those inferior. Lists have The result oj over a Hundred Sharpeners, Rulers and Ruling Pens, TypeWriters

conference will open Thursday I II been posted for both young men and Years Experience. and Type Writers Supplies and all
evening, at which time Dean A. D.
young ladies, and a number of interesting the material needed around the house or office -
Enyart, of Rollins, will address the
matches have already been Get our free book "Cause & EffectJt "
gathering on "The Principles That!I I I I desk.
Should Guide a College Man in the !'i staged. The fine new court is now in tells you many things you ought to know. fJ
;use, making three which are available Call us up whether you wish a 5c per>sci
Choice of His Life Work.' On Friday i j
i on the campus; all of them are kept SOLD BY or a $50.00 Filing Case.
and Saturday, the conference will beheld i|
:occupied every afternoon.The .
from eight to twelve in the'

I morning, and from one-thirty to threein annual reception given to the Jos. Hardware Co. \v. S. BRANCH,
college by the young men of Chase Bumby
the afternoon; at these meetings ,
Hall took place Saturday evening,and
topics of practical value in Y. M. C.A. The Arcade Book and
Music Store
u work and organization will be taken was a great success, perhaps the best For the last Twenty-five Years.
that has ever been given by them.
up and discussed. On Friday after-
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The parlor and halls on the lower -
noon the visiting delegates will be
floor were draped in Spanish moss, i,
taken for a canoe trip through the
I amid which glowed the red shaded
chain of lakes which forms such a delightful -
lights; all the rooms on the first floor''
part of the Rollins location, $8 Charleston C and Return
were thrown open to the visitors. On : $8
..nd in the evening Dr. W. P. Price,
the terrace a theater had been arranged |
Waycross, Ga., will speak on "The
and the young men gave :
Bible in Modern Life." Saturday
there a parody presentation of Romeo i ; VIA"Clyde
evening will be devoted to a receptionin r
and Juliet, which was well acted and : '
the gymnasium, in which the young 7.H JLJJ N 1VE R S A.L C A R .
Delicious refreshments
intensely amusing. -
I men will be assisted by the members Line"First
were served, and the whole
f of the Y. M. C. A. On Sunday morn- I'j BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
evening was highly enjoyable and a c
ing, in the Congregation church, the LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
great credit to those who planned and

conference Frank Moody will Purser be addressed, secretary by Rev.for carried out the affair. I Effective from August 1, 1914 to August I JClass, Meals ant Berth Included

the South of the Baptist Foreign Mis- 1,1913; and guaranteed against any reduction I I

sian Board. The address at the Sun- )IEATACKERS DONT LIKE during that time:

day afternoon service will be made OLEO TAX Car $555.00Runabout I This special rate good on any of the Company's
Touring -
by Professor Farr of the Universityof steamers August 22nd, to October 17th

Florida, his topic being Social Ser- Chicago, Oct. .-Resolutions pro- 505.00F. j I inclusive.

vice. The closing meeting of the con- testing against the government tax I I O. B. OrUndo. All ears fully equipped. !

ference will be held Sunday night. on oleomargarine were adopted today ,
the maxinum efficiency Return Limit 10
will be able t. obtain Days
The marriage last week of lion. W. at the closing session of the Ameri-i j in Further..r factory we production, and the minimum cost in. ourpurchaunir I
R. O'Neal and Mrs. Jessie :Mallory can Meat Packers' association conven- i and .ale. departments if .we reach sn out.ut f I

.. Thayer was of unusual interest to tion here. 1 304.009 cars between the above dates.tnd ft. Ship* sche luled to sail from Jacksonville jjevery
should reach this production we agree to pay as
the college circle, both having been Congress was asked to repeal the the ....'e.-. share we from $4* to $6 0 per car (on or about Is t Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.;

for years intimately connected with tax or reduce it as 'low as possible, as August Ford car 1,1915)between to every August retail 1. 1114 buyer and who August purchaws 1. 19lit.a new iY i

the institution, and both being at oleomargarine, the resolution pointedout For further particulars regarding these low prices and pro8tI Y

present members of the board of trus- was the only "whole food neces- sharing plan, see For reservations and further particulars apply to
tees. Mr. O'Neal has been secretaryand sity which is taxed and the rising I
treasurer of Rollins during the cost of living makes it necessary to :
H. G. WENZEL Fla. Pass. Agenti22V.BaySt.
major part of its history, and has reduce the cost to the consumer as Phone 226 ,

a been a tireless and invaluable helperin much as possible." I I
its work. The hearty congratulations JACKSONVILLE

and best wishes of faculty and Read the Sentinel want ads.

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The Coming Center of the Citrus Fruit Industry.We .

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

The price of our very best Citrus Fruit Farms is $50.00, $10000 and $150.00 per acre, according to lo-

,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. Around

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

We invite you to call as soon as possible to gather more information, and go along with the first

party to leave Orlando first part of next month.



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UNDER FIRE IN BRUSSELS They have turned the Gare du Nod I j GERMAN CRUISER HAS SUNK I II j, Don't neglect to take a look at the -

into satbles, and the picture palaces i TWELVE MERCHANTMEN I want a.i:. ,

(International News Service.) and schools and public buildings, with '

A graphic story of the taking of the exception of the Palais de Justice,
Brussels, the Belgian capital, by the into barracks. Practically all the London, Oct. 22.-A Norwegian Don't fail to seeTbeVt'aldPCkerFishCo LioI.FOI ND

Germans, is told by Alfred Wilson, food supply is appropriated by them, ;earner which arrived at Las Palmas, .

of Leeds, England lie said: and the result is a scarcity of milk, Cr.ary islands, according to a dispatch -

'tfo essay an escape from Brussels, butter, yeast and eggs. from that place to Reuter's i FOR FISH AND OYSTERS

t orun straight towards a German "But, generally speaking, their be- Telegram company, reports she was i D .. Y'I
battery, to be fired upon by a German havior has been above reproach, and visited by a German cruiser, whose i Phone No. 5. 206 Boone Street

patrol, to find my path crossed by an this is also true of them on the day captain declared he had sunk eleven P. M. and W. O. COX

armored train-these are some of the when they occupied the capital. For British and French steamers and one 10-23-tf

experiences which befell me. four days they were passing throughand Italian steamer.

"My wife and children went to Eng- although they appeared to be fatigued I "

land some time ago, and as there was it must be remembered that
FOR SALE BY H. C. McDANIEL Coffes I Hollor
no business in Brussels, I decided to they had marched many miles. They a

follow. My premises and my villa certainly did not walk through with 7 Room stucco cottage, near Eola; The Cathedral School ,

were all locked up, and on Wednesday the 'goose-step,' nor were they insolent located right; built right; will be sold

afternoon I left the capital and to the citizens, who watched right.:
21 of Orlando's most desirable ORLANDO. FLORIDA A big Lubin special feature completein
walked towards Grinbergen, which them as they marched. ,
building lots Lake Eola will be
near ; (Formerly known as Pell.CUrk School)
lies to the left of Vilvorde. I ran "What struck most of us was the sold only to people agreeing to build two parts. A thrilling drama, featur-

into a German column caryring munitions'and excellence of their equipment and the houses in keeping with the location. REOPENS OCTOBERA ing one of rfavorites Ormi
you .
10 Acres on north side of Lake
a tthat moment a motor car good physical standard of most of Boarding and Day School for Girls.-
Ivanhoe, overlooking Orlando; all Regular and Special Coarse*-Primary.
rushed along. Germans popped up the men. Their field kitchens as they cleared; suited for a home site; good Intermediate and Academic Gr.Ma-
from everywhere and challenged the went by were smoking in preparationof land. Music:-Art-Elocution-Physical Culture

driver to stop, and in the confusionI the meals. When brief stoppages 181-2 Acres land, about 17 acres in Domestic Surroundings acAelmir.bl-Climate Healthful Situationand -

darted into a field on my right and occurred the citizens gave them ciga- 5 year old budded grapefruit and or- Ca/efnl Homo.. Life-Capable Teachers- "
21-2 miles from city limits Low Rat
anges; ;
made towards a belt of trees. rettes and cigars and chocolate, and overlooks 4 lakes; nothing better in Rev. Roderick P. Cobb. Bishop Mann. \ tile Cook k F Fell ll In
"On the way I heard the plip, plip they smiled their thanks for these Florida for the price. I' Rector. President. .

of rifle fire far beyond the trees, and small gifts. 10-23-lm ,

then to my astonishment I saw the "Whole companies of the soldiers

flash of artillery from the trees them- sang, but in a listless tune, and one Asa leader for the next A Selig comedy. A real laugh.

selves. This was followed by a sec- sad refrain that was very popular, if

ond flash at another point, and then depressing to listen to, was trans- Ten DaysONLY

continuous flashes. From their con- lated roughly for me by a friend familiar -

cealment the artillery was apparently with the language, as:

being trained to the west of Ville- 'Where is my darling,

vorde, and I saw an observation bal- : Where is my love?
loon just over the belt of trees. It'' She is far, far away, I will give FREE an extra "Th Sh w Bll tml"

was sausage: shaped and was fitted Shall I ever see her more?' pair pants with each suit.

with wireless."I "That plaintive tune, together with

returned towards the road, and hte bearing of the men, left with me 350 pieces all wool "
A Biograph. "Nuff sed.
at a hundred yards distance I was the impression that their hearts are

called upon to halt by a party of I not in the fighting-an impression Prices, $15 to $30Fit 1

Germans, who immediately discharged: strengthened by conversations which
workmanship and mate-
revolvers at me. The bullets sang I afterwards had, in company with

about me, and in a crouching posi- my linguistic friend, with many of rial guaranteed. Do you realize the fact that

tion I reached a cluster of houses. the Kaiser's soldiers. Act and
now save one-third
There the peasants told me that fight-

ing was proceeding towards Ville- WINTER PARK ITEMS the cost of a suit.Phone. "THAT ORCHESTRA"Is J

vorde and that a mass of German sol JI I

diers, which I had discovered in j
my Winter Park, Fla., Oct. 22.-The
wanderings in the field, were strongly reception by the young men's Bible 78'o the only orchestra in town. Hear it.There's .
entrenched."I or call on
class of the Congregational church something in store for you.
realized that it was impossiblefor
proved to be a most delightful occa-
to out of Brussels that 302
me get by
sion. After several selections by the 1
route and very cautiously I made my orchestra V. BAYLARIAN
a brief program was rendered ]
back the In the
to town.
way course consisting of a solo by Miss Old Stand Church Street.
of doing so, I had to cross the rail- I on
i Florence Keezel, who responded to an Only Five and Ten Cents
and I armored
way saw a heavily encore. Reading by Miss Maud En- . .111111 U III U 11111111' 111111 a J I III J I i 111I
train rumble by. There were two or i
law, with an encore number. A solo

three the engine steel plated and two coaches behind in front and of it by Mr. Noxon, and a solo by Prof. Only Five and Ten CentsitillMMMMMMIHt .1
Oilando Paint and Co.
looked a very formidable machine in- encore Pope, both by of a courtesy.whom responded Ice cream to an, o Wall Paper

deed. Bags of sand were piled
cake and punch were served to over I
the sides of the coaches
against ,
125, and all went away glad they had High Grade Paints, Oils, Varnishes -
---- -- -
which were filled with soldiers. AGENTS FORRation's --
"On the following day I made a come. KaLsomine, Wall Pa- .... . . . . . . .
Mesdames Webster and Wagner
second to from Brus- ; I Sun Proof Paper, Wall Board, Roofing -
attempt escape with their families, have returned for
sels, but this time by a different road.I the winter season and are settled in I Paints Brushes, Etc. ; ..South Apopka Nurseries.. \ \

was accompanied by two friends, Mr. II. A. Ward's house, opposite Mr. SOLD AT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Orange Ave.
and by great good luck we fell in Walter Schultz's home. I THE SUN All the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange

with a potato merchant, who offeredus The Y. M. C. A. workers of the ORLANDO, FLORIDA Trees, thrifty, well-rooted and clear of all diseases.
in the in which he r New and of the
seats two carts colleges and high schools of the state Catalogue History Citrus Family
had just delivered five tons of pota- Wall 3000 Rolls at 5c. FREE. Address
will meet with Rollins College Y. M. 1 Special Paper 9
toes to the capital. lie took us as far
C. A. this week. The conference will
as Aascho, and on the road we pickedup i..I.IJ..i.l.t..I..f..r.' . . .
open Thursday evening with an ad- .South Apopka Nurseries.
a couple of soldiers who told us .. .. ij
by Dean Enyart on "The Prin-
that they had escaped from Namur. ... ) J II II' ; I" .11. J .,1 e .11 I C++C I' J . g I I .'
ciples That Should Guide
in exhausted condition.Of ,

They their were military an equipment all that :Man Dr. W.in the B. Lee Choice, of of Brazil His ,Life will Work.speak ROLLINS COLLEGE Winter Park t tllll"'I..r'I"'T"- 9-4-tf : :

they retained were the trousers. Friday evening on "The Call of the j 'IIIII"'J'II'I'WHERE
civilian and coats,
They wore caps "
:Mission Field. Dr. W. P. Price, of

much the worse for wear, which they Waycross, Ga., will speak Saturday Oldest College and Most Beautiful Grounds in Florida SHALL GO TO SCHOOL ?
had contrived to borrow, and they had
evening on "The Bible in Modem

no shirts. Life." There will be special services College, Academy, Music Expression, Fine Arts, Do- FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

"They declared that the forts at Sunday morning, afternoon and evening mestic and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Course. FOR WOMEN i .

Namur had been betrayed to the en- with mission and Bible class work Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire pro i I GAINESVILLE,

emy, and, although we doubted their and organization meetings: Friday and tection, fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dollar TALLAHASSEE.College -
statements, when we reached Aasche endowment. Three teachers of music $5,000 of Arts and Sciences;Normal School; :
The is
Saturday. public cordially in- School of Music; School of Expression:
and entered a tram, there'we met an- vited. a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate !9 Colleges and Division; Liberal Arts:
other soldier who also had from School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers
come for business school full New
Mr. II. Siewert and family arrivedin rooms banking equipment. pool; basket ball and tennis courts;new and College. Experiment Station; Extension Division
Namur and who repeated'the same Winter Park from their former chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormitories ; Graduate SchooL Ten new brick build
have all modern conveniences; new ings, besides gymnasium swimming pool and
story. home in Kalamazoo, Mich., last week modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water. dining room and kitchen most hygienic in many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers, instructors
"From Alost it was an easy propo- for Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 countiesand and assistants. 854 young men
Preparation engineering course.
and are doing light housekeeping in 12 states last session. Hi.nda counties and 24 State and
sition to reach Ostend, and our joy at their cottage: until the household Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last _io..
Bo acd fees for the
SchooL entrance
TUITION REE. Board and Entrance Fees.
the British marines in the
beholding goods arrive. We are glad to wel- Christian but undenominational; expenses moderate. year $124.00For catalogue write 1132.50 per year. Write today for catalogue
streets can not be described. Scholarships available. For catalogue address EDWARD CONRADL President. A. A. MURPHREE. President
come this new family into our midst
"When 1 Brussels the
quitted town and that the "Siewert Studio J
hope of
was very quiet-a condition largelydue Photography" may record some of the WILLIAM FREMONT I BLACKMAN, l'I"I" 'I..a" I.e'II"'II "II'II"'I""II"THE
to the exertions of
Burgomaster beauties of our little city. i
Max, who has posted up notices everywhere The next meeting of the Fortnightly Ph. D. LL. D. President. CHASE & CO

urging the citizens to be club will be held at the college with .. HIM . . . . . . . .

'tranquille.calmness whenever' lie also occasion personally urges the faculty as hostess. PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs

presents Our band is gaining very rapidlyand
itself. promises to give us some good modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-

"There are only about 3,000 Ger- music in the near future. yor" Jl teftt. date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the
man troops in the city, and the new
Mr. Vick, our new agent at the l PKOPKR PACKING
governor is never seen in the streets,
A. C. L.
depot, is having a house builtin
but he has caused notices to be exhibited FIRST AID TC)
which to move the family when the
in positions where they can not HIGHEST PRICESwhich
business at Sefton is disposed of. It
be torn down, to the effect that if the is located just north of the public THE MARKETOf

troops are in any way interfered school building.Mr. however, would not accomplish the end desiredby

with, or if a citizen is guilty of a the grower, if he did not also have available the ser-
Hakes was in Kissimmee
misdemeanor towards the new regime Wednesday on business. Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH vices

the most rigorous penalties will be The machinery is nearly all placedin ofTHE
enforced, not only upon the individualbut the new ice plant.A AND SALT MEATS
upon the whole quarter in whichit
interesing mothers' meet-
occurs. Chairs and tables in front very FISH AND GAME SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
ing was held with Mrs. Waddell Tues-

of the cafes on the boulevards are day afternoon, the topic for discussion Kept under the best sanitary conditions. which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, expe-
prohibited, and no liquor must be sold
being The Home and the School. Everything screened away from the files and kept trek rienced, competent and reliable.
after the cafes are closed at nine
Mrs. Geo. S. Deming expects to
o'clock. and pure. GIVES THE GROWER
start for California next Monday on
"News bulletins recording nothingbut a visit to their daughter.Mrs. : We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We I.ilv HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS

victoyr for the Germans and noth- Rogers is home from a prolonged everything in the Meat Line.
ing but disaster and defeat for the visit north. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED '

allies are also posted on the walls.In I The PARLOR MARKETH. GROWERS' :MARKETING AGENTS '

the absence o fother sources of information _
Wanted to Buy i

since the German occupa- Household Goods-Dressers, chiffo- M. Self & Co. } Cii .A..SE & CO. .
tion, however the attitude of the citizens niers, washstands: ; small tables, kitchen ,
Is of utensils, electric iron.
one scepticism."The Any of '
Main Office Jacksonville Florida
soldiers are billeted all these you don't need. Describe and PINE STREET
over state price. B. C., care Sentinel. i A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. ; ; J
Brussels, and they move freely among 10-23-3t 9-30-d&w 1
the populace, many of whom stand Phone No. 80

;. and watch them for hours together. Get the news in the Sentinel first. i i0' j t Mllill HIIMMMIIIIilMlltM MJ iJJ ill IJJLMJLJLtXMBfc *

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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTSBy for Punster) says the only objectionhe TIIOIPSOX-GOXZALEZ
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can see to the YowellDuckworthroof .11111 I I I 11I1 II III II II I I I I I I . .11 .
South Florida Sentinel ( w. M. Branch) garden is they will have to raise Mr. Alfred G. Gonzalez and Miss

MORNING AND WEEKLY everything they have to eat and drink. Annie B. Thompson, of Lake City,
Heard on West Church Street "Sunny Jim" Barnes thinks this will were married last night at 7:30
JOSIAH FERRIS. EdiUr and Owner I
"Mandy, is you married?" I not make any difference as it will o'clock at the Baptist pastorium by

Entered at the pustoHice at Orlando. Florida "Well, I hain't said I hain't, did I?" taste so good that it will all go down Rev. E. T. Poulson, and will make I INO.
Second Clan Mail Matter.
a* "Look heah, chile, I didn't done ax again. their home in this city.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES you is you hain't married. I axed The bride is the daughter of Mr. SATURDAY SAlE
Daily Year ...... .................. $5.00 Is ?" \ .
hain't is. A Londoner named Wiener ? at- and :Irs.V. F. Thompson, and is one '
you you ( )
Daily. 6 Months ..................... 2.50 .
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.2S tempted to make Harvard University of Lake City's most attractive and
Daily 1 Month ....................... .3 U<
Speaking of the world's series, a discharge Prof. Munsterburg becauseof popular young ladies. Mr. Gonzalez .
weekly 1 Year ...................... tl-00 diet of brown bread and beans seems his pro-German opinions regarding is connected with the F. Jos. Raehn
Weekly 6 Months................... ."5 "
to have put the "all" into Stallings,:I the present war. Mr. Wiener said he Plumbing company and is a young :
28 H HHave
ALL, SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN so far as the games were concerned.I would withdraw a ten million dollar man of many excellent traits of char- .
bequest that he was going to make to acter. The Sentinel joins with the : .

ADVERTISERS: A Tampa moving picture man Harvard unless Prof. Munsterburgwas many friends of the young couple in _

Copy for display and all other hand-set wished to do something appropriatefor dismissed. The professor was extending congratulations.
advertising must be handed in at the business "Edison Day," so he put on a magnanimous enough to resign, but I I you ever realized what these Saturday
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. Sales mean to you in the aggregate? A few
the day before publication. This rule applies film entitled, "The Making of Bubby the Harvard authorities called theLondoner's PROPERTY OWNERS TO PAY BIG cents saved here, several there--half a dollar on
t* chances for contract advertising: it i. I
Invariable and mill be strictly adhered to. Burnit. bluff and absolutely refused SUM FOR PAVING something else, and even more on other arti-
to accept the resignation, giV- cles-put these amounts together and even
The Seentinel discontinued I! the resultant saving economies of one month
Subscribers desiring should return
The newspapers ing as their reason that they could At the regular meeting of the city
should notify the office in writing on will be an astonishing eye opener to you. In
the date of expiration otherwise it will be thanks to Uncle Sam because he has not afford to admit any suggestionthat 1 council yesterday afternoon it was these days of high cost of living you owe it
continued until notice at to the stop regular is received.subscription rates compelled the Southern Express com- they would be willing to accept ordered that statement form., be prepared to yourself to get the utmost for your moneand )-
pany to run ads. in the big dailies. r money to abridge free speech. Pos- and that bills for paving aggregating our Saturday Sales help you to solve to
extent that of universal
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1914. Parcel post did it. sibly Mr. Wiener did not know that I $6,925.90 be prepared and plexit a great question per-
; Harvard is one of the richest and I collected at once. The bills for the

A Florida man won the concealed Henry Abrams, of Tampa, an- most highly endowed educational institutions paving completed vary greatly in \\.e ask you to come The values Hill speak

weapon contest at the national shoot nounces that he will be a candidatefor I in the world. And possibly amount, due to the varied width of : for themseh-es.

'. at Blackpoint this week. congress two years hence. Two I he is not well enough posted in history lots and also to the width of the pav- '

o years start in a race looks like a big I to know what the sentiment of ing on different streets. .ALL WOOL SEIWES.
Bob Holly is forever ruined in the advantage, but when as a matter of the United States would be towards
One yard wide, in Cream, Black, Navy and
eyes of baseball fans. lie refers to fact Mr. Sparkman has been runningfor Harvard if it should accept such a CHANGE IN SCHEDULE Brown. Regular value 60 cents, Saturday
Hank Gowdy as a "famous pitcher." twelve or fifteen years, he is prob- bribe of English money as that referred -I

o ably so far ahead that Henry will not I to. American neutrality has Effective Sunday, October 25th, 47 cents

A married man needs no cost sys- be able to overtake him. However, it not strayed so far away from a trains over the Atlantic Coast Line
tem to figure out the overhead may depend somewhat on whether the straight line as that. will arrive! and depart from Orlandoas Ask us about the D. P. System!

charges when the millinery styles Tampa Tribune acts as a pacemakerfor follows: BLACK SILKS!

change. Henry. BELGIANS REFUSE TO GO HOME North Bound-No. 82, 12:31 a. m.;
c The prices of imported Silks have risen to
o I No. 28, 8:01 p. m.; No. 92, 3:22 p. m.; be almost unobtainable, but these were secur-
Free advice has one thing to recommend Let's have a "peace press day, the Flushing, Holland, via London, Oct. No. 80, 1:40 p. m.; No. 84, 9:56 a. m. ed long before the contlict. We hand the benefit -
; it. If you take it and go newspapers celebrating it by not 23.-A total of 8,000 penniless Bel- South Bound-No. 83, 3:05 a. m.; : of our purchase to )"ou.

wrong you will have some one other printing a line of war news.-Tampa gians quartered today in Flushing refuse No. 27, 8:58 a. m.; No. 91, 1:14 p. m.; I : Black French It'ssalines (yarn dyed)

f than yourself to blame. Tribune.It absolutely to return to their No. 89, 3':15 p. m.; No. 85, 6:41 p. m. mack Swiss Satins
e f 0 would be equally appropriate if homes in Antwerp or other Belgian mack French Taffetas.

e The man who would die for a girl, the Tampa Tribune and Tampa Times cities in the hands of the Germans. Gar load of Grapes at Caruthers & : All pure vegetable d "es-no weighing--
E would that day Henry Wattersonize Extraordinary value for 75c and 85c on Satur-
t and the girl who would die without on Gore's grocery today. It : day
l him, are both married to others and each other in their editorial columns. Special Grape Sale today at Ca-

i h living happily. 0 S s ruthers & Gore's grocery. It Get the news first in the Sentinel. I : 59 cents

f If Orlando's fame is not made A Times-Union headline announces ---------- ---------- -= I : Ask us about the I). I'. System!

known to .all of 'the world the fault that "Governor Park Trammell Will
f I Head the Animal Parade at Gaines I : COLOIEn POPLINS
l will not lie in the splendid newspapers
r published in that city.-Arcadia ville." Our chief executive has never A Rare OpportunityThe Make dainty dresses-wear well-look well
t News. seemed to be as "contrary as a mule," j and wash 'Well. We have a fine range or all
the new colorings, including Black and White.
as "savage as a bull," nor as "balkyas M
1 g Special price for Saturday
Crawford home No. America
place at 108 :
horse then sould he headan
1 Having about mastered the a why
I pronun-
Now if it street must be sold at The lot has front- 13
ciation of Przemysl, Hungary flings animal parade? were once. a I : cents

at Szikszo and Besz- Gov. Cole Blease of the common- of 83 feet and feet The house
us Beregzzasz age 333 deep. contains Ask us about the I). 1". System!
terzenaszod. When will this cruel wealth of South Carolina. six but is modern :
f rooms, not in appointments j.
I i o Tiff P. Hammond (the "P" stands though it could. easily be made so. I have the exclusive : : A Fabric universally known in both Hemis-

The housewife's allowance and the -- -- handling of this property and am prepared : pheres, there's not a finer wearing cloth for
Middy Blouses, Waists, Skirts or Dresses than
division of family earnings is a prob- II to offer you a GREAT BARGAIN. Remember, it : this. Sold everywhere for 25 cents yard
lem that enters every civilized home. Saturday our price
f Love is the interest of the honey- I T.F.HOURIHAN | | MUST BE -SOLq, so see me at once interested. :

moon, but money is the daily concern 1 19 cents
of the lifetime. Licensed Plumber and :
Sanitary Engineer Ask us about the D. I'. System!
If o

Criticism is easy to make. The Estimates Furnished jobbing : IRISH TABLE LINEN
man needed is the one that sees the 1 Promotly Attended to. S.Y.WAYInsurance All flax Bleach
pure fine Damask weave,
r good in things. That don't look at life VHONE 6z9 : : dainty patterns. Good value for 85 cents. Saturday -
through colored glasses and expect
106 Court Street
continually only the worst. A man in and Real Estate Agent 59 cents

this world gets just about what he ; ORLANDO, FLORIDA I

deserves and he deserves just about PHONE I
4-jl-1mMIIIMIIIIMMIMMMH I 172 Ask us about the D. 1-. System!
what he thinks he does.

The communication from a farmerin Iarcella make--full
*. . . j i j . ; size--good weig-ht-new
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Sentinel is well worthy of careful

consideration at the hands of the bus- sqfm/ Gum Camphor : 79 cents
iness of Orlando.
men Every argu- Ask us about the D. 1- System!
ment he makes in favor of a "rest

room" for farmers and their wives r"" made in Orlando. We sell it. Pa- : : : APRON GINGHAMS

and shelter for their stock is sound.It Are always wanted. \Ve have a full range
will attract farmers to this city I tronize home of all the wanted patterns. Regular price, 8c.
PHARMACY industry.IGiE32IJ. Saturday
and will increase the business of the :

merchants. The plan has been triedin 6 cents

other places and has worked well.
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The fight over the construction of a Gauze Knit Vests-High Neck Long Sleeves,
new jail in Pinellas county is waxing regular 35 cents, Saturday
warm and furious. An injunction for-
25 cents
the commissioners
bidding county :

levying a tax to pay for the jail was i Union Suits-Low Necks, no sleeves, regu-
denied by Circuit Judge Robles, and ular 35 cents, Saturday
the St. Patersburg Times criticisedthe
law upon which the decision was Look Big Ben square in the back in Evans' 25 cents

based, if not the decision itself. Yes- ,
terday Judge Robles summoned the I I window---he's good all round and good all through. NOTIONS

editor of the Times before him and If "handsome is handsome *' The new Middy Tango Flare, Regular i0c.,
as Big Ben's
-- Saturday
notified him that if he did not take I

back, recant, retract, revoke, recall, I beauty is more'n skin deep. 5 cents

annul, abjure, disown, disavow, and
Ask us about the D. 1-. System!

unsay editorial the Pinellas contents county of the would offensive needa See those great, strong, handy keys that make f

jail to accommodate a certain ed- his wind up so easyand the broad deeptonedbell GROCERY DEPARTIEXT.
itor in that part of the state. ALL IJAY SATURDAY

o he sounds, so your get up is pleasing.Big Rest Maine Potatoes________________ 25c Peck
State division agitation is again be- 1 lb. Flat Fancy Salmon ____________ 25c Can
coming aroused, and there is no par- Ben stands seven inches from tip to toe---big, faithful, Half Pound Flat Fancy Salmon____ 15e Can

ticular objection. However, if the with large, clean-cuthands, plainly seen in the dim morning light 35 cent size Royal Salad Dressing______ 25c
is divided Orlando should be ,
state 65 cent size Royal Salad Dressing_______ 50c.
made the capital, and it would be if He time
rings you up at any you say-steady for five minutesor
could induce
we every voter to come
here and look the city over. Why on and off for- ten-stops short in either call at a nudge from

shouldn't the capital be in the city you. He took the Blue Ribbon at the Fair. See special display

that is acknowledged to be the pret- today in our window.
tiest in the state; the city that has

more public improvements of a per-

manent nature than any other Florida i DICKSON YES CO.
city anywhere near its size; the city i

whose population is made up of the

most progressive and enterprising T H. EVANS
people to be found anywhere? Other

Florida cities are progressive and i DEPARTMENTAL STORE

have municipal improvements and JEWELER

advantages that would put to shame

the cities of other states, but the Landof i ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE1IIIIO'11111181111111111111111111111IJII'I"1'1
Flowers has but one Orlandoonecity Orlando Orange Avenue Florida ":

supremely beautiful and attract-

ive, and whose superiority every one jit411111

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Car load of Grapes at Caruthers & i i i i 11 i i 11 11 f" 111 i II'' i TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
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Gore's grocery today. It I[F JICU

WADE JFAVORTE ; ;: Special Grape Sale today at Ca-

) THE TUNER The Cain & O'Berry Boiler com- ruthers & Gore's grocery. It

ORLANDO, FLA. pany Dade shipped City yesterday a car load for of the materialto Citrus I'' I Open Admission 2 p. m. and 5 cents 6:30 m.EI FOR RENT-Rooms for light house- I Allen's Fruit Picking Bag n

county jail. keeping. 307 East Pine street,near I PATENTED
Cathedral school. 10-24-6t

Special Grape Sale today at Ca- Mrs. M. C. Hunt, proprietor of a Illilll Fifth Year on the MarketNo U
ruthers & Gore's ItW TODAY'S PROGRAMImp.
grocery. big soap and chemical factory at Indianapolis FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, near
in, with all modern conveniences
Ind., is now at Winter in "The Juvenile -
Universal ,
Hire a little salesman at the Sen- "Little well screened. 114 East Jackson St. Drop-..No BruiseVe are offering this season -
Park, with her nephew Mr. Harry C. Reformer, featuring 10-24-3t
tinel office. A want ad. will tar the best
see more Maty. by picking
Mayer, and will remain there until a
customers than 101 Bison. M. J. MacQuarie, Con
you can. bag than has been ;
beautiful home she is to build on Rock Chaney and Agnes Varnon in "The THREE ROOMS AND BATH, fur- k: > ever

lake is completed, and requests that Old Cobbler." In two parts. nished or unfurnished for light made. !

llr. M. O. Overstreet returned last her copy of the Sentinel be sent in Essany. "Broncho Billy's Gratefulness. housekeeping; electric lights; new r Ala I

night from New York city where he care of Rollins College. ." A gripping Western story, house. Phone Johnson, 67. 216tREEL'S Even better than last :
had been on important business. with G. M. Anderson.
and the year's bag, heavier canvas
Everybody come out see
Miss Bessie Cromartie has rented Favorite show Saturday. ed the latest collar ironing machinery ., aud bound all arouud frame I
Messrs. S. J. and Rich Briley, of j
the attractive residence at the south- ; guaranteed not to tear; every with webbing to
Oakland, were among the many busi- collar turned hand trial and ; prevent
east corner of Jackson and West BARACA CADETS ORGANIZE AN by ; one '
ness visitors in Orlando yesterday.Mr. streets and will conduct a first class ATHLETIC CLUB you will always be my customer.Reel's tt chafing through the best I
Steam Laundry (for whites shoulder etc.,
boarding house there. This buildingis only). Phone 651. 10-24-Gt straps.snaps
Edwin Beeman went to I
up the property of Mr. Jas. A. Knox At a meeting last night at the homeof that we could buy. (
Jacksonville yesterday to witness he
and he has recently had it repaintedand their teacher, Mr. T. B. Phillips, FURNISHED ROOMS-If you are in Our used
football game today between Sewannee bags are extensively -
otherwise greatly improved in the Baracas transacted routine busi- search of rooms, furnished or un I
and Florida teams. appearance. ness and elected the following offi- furnished call on or address F. E. by the Florida

Taylor, 1008 Hughey. lie can supply Citrus Exchange and a
Mrs. Wm. Smith and daughter, cers: your wants. Any number of roomson I
Cooper & Atha have leased the Arthur Newell, president. any floor. Apartments to please 1 host of independent growers. -
Miss Lillian, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Happersatt home, east of Lake Eola, Harvey Connell, vice-president. every one. 10246tH. 4 .
Cheney have gone over to Coronadoto
to Mr. William Lewis, the Pittsburgsteel Richard Tucker, secretary-treas--

spend the weekend.Dr. magnate. He will take posses- urer. Kanner's great sale continues I '- We can ship in any quantity

sion on Monday, October 26th. They They then organized an athletic until November 1st. 11-tf same day order is re
Allan Smith and son, Mr. Don
have also leased the Prof. Newell residence club and will meet every Thursday Patented. ceived.
Smith, who are spending the winterat
on the north of Lake Eola, to night in the armory. All boys who We insure your life and loan you

Winter Garden, were among Or- Mrs. A. II. Alderman, who will take belong to the Baraca Cadet class and money on real estate at 6 per cent.
lando's welcome visitors last evening.Rev. interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.
Price S1.50 Each .oo Dozen
possession about November 1st. who are over fourteen and under Curry Balding; Tampa, Fla. or per

I eighteen of age are eligible for 325d&wtfMMMiMMMMMMMMM
J. M. Stagg and Mr. W. M. years
KARL KUHL MAKING SUCCESSFUL I membership. After a business meet- P.O.B. Orlando.mm .
Siemens returned yesterday after-
FLIGHTS IN GEORGIAKarl ing the club practiced its yell, which
noon from St. Petersburg where they *
attended session of the St. Johns I it: T i
T. Kuhl, son of Mr. and Mrs.B. Chuckalaser, Chuckalaser,

Presbytery.Mrs. T. Kuhl, of this city, is making Chow, Chow, Chow; McCULLOCU'SDepartment ri PICKING BAG co

I quite a reputation as an aerialist in' Boomeranger, Boomeranger, ,
V. D. Moore, of Tampa, who
Georgia. Having completed a two Bow, Wow, Wow;
has been spending several weeks in
weeks engagement at Jasper, Ala- Who Are-Who Are-Who Are We
North Carolina, stopped over in Or- LI ORLANDO FLA. D
bama, he is making flights this weekat i We Are the Members of the | Store ,
lando yesterday for a visit with her ;
a big fair at Washington Ga. His ABCAthletic
sister, Mrs. J. W. White.
work is being highly commended by Baraca Class! b.
the fair management, as indicated by ''' -01:1" -.c
Mr. Frederick Hill, of Narcoossee, i
the press notices. WOODMEN UNVEILING AT WINTER Tumblersi
well known in Orlando, passed
Writing to his parents here on GARDEN SUNDAYThe Jelly fMHFJ6yurm J ,1. I II. . .1',1..1. .1 . .t.
through this city yesterday morningon
Wednesday of this week from Washington -
his to Jacksonville to see the
great Sewannee-Florida way football game Ga., Mr. Kuhl says: Woodmen of the World will Fruit Jars $ Z4ttf
"Started flying here today and :
which takes place today in that city. unveil the monument over the graveof M
made two flights, one at noon and the deceased Sovereign. II. Hudson

Mr. W. M. Davis, that prince of other at four o'clock. Am flying from at Winter Garden Sunday afternoonat all kinds :
the infield of the track and while the
good fellows, is one of the happiestmen 3:30, with the beautiful and impressive OUR NEW GROCERYIs
I not what should be
grounds are they Woodmen ceremony. The ,.
in sixteen states. A good friendin

Greensboro, N. C., has sent him a they are better than I had last weekat unveiling address will be delivered by the largest and finest i in the city Our
Jasper. There has never been an ,
Mr. C. H. Dame, of Tampa, deputyand i
full blood red Irish setter, that is Kettles
much admired by all who have seen aeroplane here before and every one, organizer Woodcraft.. Hon. PreservinR i! stock is of the best quality. Our prices
th fair committee is delighted
including "
his dogship.Mr. I t G. J. Strozier will read the poem 0, reasonable.
I with my flights and I got lots Why Should the Spirit of Mortal Be

left of applause when I landed." Proud." ', South Orange Avenue ; ; :j-: PANSY PLANTSBy
Randolph Cobb yesterday I

afternoon on the Tampa Special for WHO WILL BE STATE ATTOR- NOTICE .. II II II II I dozen or hundred.
Jacksonville to see the Sewannee- II :
I NEY .l
University of Florida football game. Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8
of Chapter 4888. Laws of Florida
Mr. Cobb is interested in I EASTER LILIES
especialyl I -
Governor Park Trammell has VENEER CORES
accepted that J. C. :
Notice is hereby given Stewart
the game, having spent the past two I I the resignation of Cary D. of Plymouth, Fla.. purchaser of tax certificate -
years at Sewannee.The : No. 31. dated the 5th day of June. A. D. ALL LENGTHS AND ANY Plant the bulbs We have them
Landis as state attorney for the seventh -i 1911. and tax certificate No. 145. dated Jane QUANTITY I now.

judicial circuit, but as yet no : 3rd. A. D. 1912. and tax certificate No. 246, Special prices for October. also Narcissus.
I dated July 6th A. D. 1897. has filed said certificates -
Woman's Civic League will successor has been appointed to Mr. I in my office and has made applica- Stock up before cold weather.
have its regular monthly meeting Landis.It I tion for tax deeds to issue in accordance with, FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND ,
: law. Said certificates embrace the followingproperty Also I
Monday, October 26th. at the chapter has generally been conceded that II situated in Orange county. Florida OAK WOOD : .

house, at four o'clock. All membersare Geo. A. DeCottes, of Sanford, had a to-wit No. :31-South half of southwest quarter of I THE SANITARY GROCERY

requested to be present, as the good chance for the appointment, although -: southeast, quarter section 12, township 21 Orlando Wood YardB. I!
south range 27 east.
delegates to Lakeland must be elect- Murray Sams, of DeLand, and No. 143-Best. 466 feet south of northwestcorner W. Kingsley; Proprietor CARUTHERS & GORE

ed. The board meeting will be held P. 1.. Johnson, of Kissimmee, are also I section of southeast 5, township quarter 21 of south southwest range quarter 28- PINE STREET AND R. R. j: Phone 200 I

at three o'clock. i I aspirants for the office. It is said .east run east 550 feet south to T. O. & A. Telephone 344 i.
I Ry.. northwesterly along same to west line 9-30
6 & 8 E. Pine Street
II I that friends of James E. Alexander, of sd. 40a., north to beginning.No. .
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. and of DeLand for his i 246-Northeast quarter of southeast P
Wright I are working ap- \ quarter of southeast quarter section 6. township "'MMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMBMMMMffriliilMi ..

daughter, Arline, and sons, Walter I pointment.The 21 south range 28 east. -
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several Gazette-News in
who have is
and Olney, spent a position the issuance of such certificates in the name 11i iIH i 11 i111i i II11F.O.B., . . . . . .St1
of H. W. Hubbard Jackson & Griffin and
winters in Orlando, arrived Thursdayfor to state that the successor to :
I W. B. Jackson receiver respectively.
the winter. They left their summer I Landis will be appointed within \lr.1 Unless said certificates shall be redeemed
according to law tax deeds will issue thereonon
home at Marengo, IlL, on the next few days.-Daytona the 25th day of November A. D. 1914.
first of October and drove throughin News. I Witness my official signature and seal this jffJJJ?
the 24th day of (October A. D. 1914.
their Ford car without mishap. Gazette-I' (Seal) B. M. ROBINSON
INFORMATION I Clerk Citrcuit Court Orance County FIe.iOSTEOPATHY.

Manager A. L. HofFner of the Tam I GORE APPRECIATED I

pa branch of the National Cash Reg-I I

ister company, was in Orlando yester-i 1 i I Anent your article regarding E.

, day installing a new cash register for Gore, I knew he was cut out for H.I

the Yowell-Duckworth company. The millionaire but never knew how he i i DR. J. C .HOWELL

new machine is of the latest type, missed being one. Thanks for the in- i I yer
i Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment .k ,r.
: li
driven by electricity and with two formation. Yours, etc., G I
cash drawers, so that two cashierscan H. N. James. :No extra charge for noose treatment I =

use it at the same time and keep Telephone connections \ + r'. e Y

their funds separate. I Get the news in the Sentinel first Office; cor. Oranze and Central Avea

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pare it with any car selling for less

$1,150 Delivered in Orlando. than $1350. The best motor car

You just can't beat it at anywhere near ; ; value for 1915.

the price. i

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| | Orlando Auto & Supply Co. | .

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fPL-ESI\V) !! ANTSMUNNIMAKERS BUYERS AND SELLERSI J.........umber, Lat:11s and: shingles--- -- -

I buy sell, rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla.,
1-- over 30 years Hate handled over
$20,000,000. Call and see me.
Notices .f Lost Wanted. For Sale l For 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.If ; J .
$; ; I
Rent eU. for thu column. 25: for Cine day. '
P 1 50c. for three day. or $t.to for en: wuk. forM you have subscribed for the Sen-
M 125 I : ..orda or leu. Money mail mccom.. .ny i tinel and are not receiving your pa-
the adTertuemenU for this column, a* no
I per you will do a favor by notifyingus
inttrticn will be made on credit.
at once. ORLANDO:
I room house suitable for boardii: Who is your painter and decorator?
house. Three buggies, boat and vva-- Lf you are satisfied keep the one you
on for sale. Apply 309 West Cenfnl have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican.
avenue. Phone 294. 10-21-3t: No. 636. 1-20-tf
Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimeiMiillliilitOtttilliitliitlMMiiMlillMlliilllllMMIMMMMM
FOR RENT-Five house,
room -
To be convinced of the producing
new. Inquire Hand's Fu-:
Officeis niture Store, Pine street. 10-20-if power of Sentinel want ads.-try one. .. . . . . . . . . . . -.1.111..IIIII..I. .IIL. '&
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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 wszESs:
family; close in. 312 North Main St.
I' 10-18-6t -
FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with
Country garage; elegantly furnished; o>i BAGGAGE TRANSfERL
Place City or -
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-

I 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
broke. Call at one-half mile east of
to .
come you.Watchful Conway store, or address Win. V. Moving a Specialty
Lear, Orlando. 10-20-1wk invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-

attention willb 8 E. Church Si. PHONE 487 is taken in
est every depositor.ORLANDO .
,* 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 furnished -

investigate., both close in. Phase 10-14-10t inves- DressmakingMrs. BANK & TRUST CO.

R. S. Cohoon has
mm BUILDING mm co FOR SALE-Or trade for real estate -
her dressmaking -
a five-passenjrer automobile in resumed ttMlf ftttttf f MMMM M:MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM'MMMtiMMM
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nice shape. Address No. 112 West and is now locatedin
II North Orange Avenue Church street city. 10-4-lm
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4, Way building .
FOR SALE-One or both of a team
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL of black mares, weight 1100 and she cordially invites all
1200. Good drivers, single or double.C. ladies
needing anythingin
E. Enlow Winter Park, Fla. I
9-18-tf 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 A GILES. Counsel. Wright's, Box 567. 9-2-tf
F. A. PEPPERCORN Contractor.. -- ---
Our stock of
FOR SALE-One Underwood type- Real Estate Boughtand new
writer in good condition; one Bur-
rough's adding machine, used only
PARCEL POST two months, and one Reading standard Sold.
I motorcycle, in good shape. Bar-
Fall Winter
AT MANY FAIRS THIS FALL gains on quick sale. Call or address ----- and ClothingMade

J.10-9-tf C. Sigler Winter Park, Fla. City Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash

Washington, Oct. 21.-Up to Octo- and $1.00 per week buys a Lot

ber 1, ninety-four parcel post exhibits For Sale-Silver Cluster Grape
had been made at. state and county Fruit and Valencia late orange buds. by coming in
Vigorous stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2
fairs throughout the country and displays old.9232m .
years ,
H. C. McDANIEL. N. P. HATCHER and anxious for to
were to be made at thirty fairs we are you see our

yet to be held, according to reports FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine ORLANDO FLORIDA
that had been received by Postmaster hammock land; eight in grove; the New Styles and high class tailoring. Best
present crop of oranges will be from Office at Pinehurst ParkP. ,
General Burleson today. 750 to boxes 500 trees all told,
1,000 ;
The postoffice department also announces ready for setting-10 acres in lake, O. Box 281 place in the city to buy clothing.
one and quarter miles from Apopka. 10-8-lm
a marked increase in the Price, $5,000. Address W. H., Box
I number of parcel post shipments of 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf

perishable been shown farm and products that housekeepersare recently has FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. Wood Wood Wood
Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Castfe. W. M. SLEMONS
I hastening to take advantage of 9-18-tf
this opportunity to obtain cheaperand Excellent Core Pine Wood Sup-
better farm products.
FOR SALE-A good Roll Top plied in any quantity
t Desk and Chair. Been used very lit- .1111..111111.1..1.1.1..1..111.1..1.11.1111111111111111111 > 1111111.11..
I i Position tle. Call on W. C. Sherman, Rock .111111111.111111 II I . 1 I f II I I II II 1 III 1 II II I II II III II 111111111111111111 .
Young man with 10 years banking Building, opposite San Jua Hotel.
! and business experience wants position 108tfMISCELLANEOUS
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partnership in a good paying business
with a small investment, or position
t on salary A-l references and bond. : ;
, "Permanent, care Sentinel. 22-3t WANTED-Salesman and Col- ELDREDG BARLOWTelephone I rurnteftfrft 1
f lector, apply to Singer Sewing Machine -
r FREIGHT RATE_CUT ORDERED Co., Orlando Fla. 10-14-tf 375

Don't wait for every one in town to
, Washington; Oct. 22.The Interstate have Entrican. the painter, before South Street, near A. C. L.
t Commerce Commission today you try. Am too busy to look you
. ordered a reduction in the freight up. Phone 636, and I will be on the Tracks
job. 1-20-tf
rates of twenty-five cents a ton on 911mOrlando's

\ lump coal and five cents on slack FURNISHED ROOMS and board, for
F ,from mines in Oklahoma and western six adults. Address Kentucky Home,

i Arkansas to destinations in Texas, 511 Cherokee.Palmer street, Orlando 10-17-1m Lake Big-

holding existing rates to be discrim- _

l inatory.Eat WANTED TO EXCHANGE a large
Shetland pony for a larger horse. gest Real Es-
all you want. Reel's Steam Laundry, 814 N. Orange
f Eat what you want. avenue or phone 654. 929tfT. this SpaceKincaid
Take a postscript and forget it. tate Bargain
. For sale by all druggists. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. a
1-7-d&\V1 'r Conscientious work at fair prices
iI i Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf

I WIRES TO LISBON ARE CUT 3 acres on one of the main streets I
r London, Oct. 22. The Havas correspondent have just opened a large new that will be paved by Christines. Cor-
i stock af table linen.'art linen, shirt-
at Oporto, Portugal, hast waist linen, towels, napkins, white ner property and is set to Grapefruit

sent the following dispatch: counterpanes, and blankets. Get our Oranges, Tangerines and Pecans, all
"Telegraphic and telephonic com- prices before you buy.
- munication with Lisbon has been cut. 10-'3-6t W. M. SLEMONS.T. in bearing. Good Four Room Bung-

A number of unexploded bombs have F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. alow furnished. Good Garage and
been found on the railways." Conscientious work at fair prices.
I Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf I II and will sacrifice this property at

FOR SALE I Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Band'sCoal I Barn. Owner leaving the country I

four Nursery year stock old ,buds one;, two Foster, three Early and, [ Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf only $4000. & Snowden

Pineapple Java Homosassa Wash
ington Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle FOR THIS WEEK

Apopka Fla. Cooper I
Phone 2222. 3-13-ti
Eggs,Eggs, fresh from the country, Low Priced Furniture House. II
HOUSEWIFE FINDS TRICKS IN- 35 cents per dozen. 114 South Orange Are. Ground Floor I

TRADEIn peck.Best Baldwin Apples, 40 cents per! Phone No. 311 I II. Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida

I __ . . . .
telephoning her order for gro- Pears for cooking, 40 cents I Ue' - I I 11..111111 I 11111 III
ceries Mrs. Jones asked the per peck. *!1 i'iiiiiiii1ii. ii;11iiii ; iii iiiiiiii iiii'l' ...... j j j 1111' I" I. .. I
corner Fruit of all kinds to suit your
grocer how it happened that the U.C.V. Reunion
eggs pocket.
color.she received were the same size and Grapes, pony baskets, 19 cents. 'I, I Dudley Matthews ; I i i.u. A. B. MOORE 1

Chestnuts from the hills, 15 cents lb. LAKELAND
"We get the eggs direct from the Bananas, 10 and 20 cents per doz. .. '. Plain and Decorative Painting

clerks country candles," be said and, "and sorts one them of our to Lemons, imported, 15 cents doz. i OCTOBER 28-30 j jI ARCHITECTURAL AND GENERAL Paperhanging and Kalsominin
as Call and see where you can buy the I
size and color. The I DRAFTING.Blue First-class work, good material and
smaller and most for the least money. Quality I Low Rate Excursion Tickets DR. L H. RAMSDELu
soiled ones, which, however, are justas guaranteed.THE I will be sold October 26-27-28- Printing and. Map Work. Patent OPTOMETRIST reasonable prices. No j b too large
fresh as: the others, we sell for November'I office drawings. show cards. and. or too small. Drop me a postal and I
ORLANDO final limit Litar.a)
SPECIALTY CO. 29, with general. commercial art.. Perspec- (Successor to Dr. U. P. we will talk it over.
less money to the hotels and restaur- 109 West Church Street 2nd. tives in color or flat. w..shes.1. ORLANDO. FLORIDA I
ants for cooking use. The larger 10-7-tf ATLANTIC COAST LINE -
better looking ones go to the customer Standard Railroad of the SouthA. 12PowellDuckwortll \", r: FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES A. B. MOORE !

who wants as much egg as possible FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING W. FRITOT, D.P.A. I Building
t for his money." At. 208 East Robinson avenue. Misses 138 Wejt Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. PHONE AND DO P. O. Box 5 24, Orlando i
1 '*"1rA formerly with Miss Hovermale.'( J. G. KIRKLAND, D.P.A. I 542 REPAIRING 1091.Our '
This money at present is 35 cents. 10-3.1m 9-IO'dAwtf
Hillsboro Hotel Tampa, Fla.

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: 1 Empire Hotel : .J

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ot Water and Steam Heat t GRUDER ':

: :

: Rooms with Bath $1.00

Nice Meals 50c :.. BALDWIN PIANOS .

No Better Piano Made. Call and See Them '

I. jl jlI.

': CALL AND GIVE US A TRIAL :.t:, We Sell The Manuala, The Player that :.

: i.:: is all but Human

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Warriors and statesmen may well CONWAY NURSERIESGROWERS
ponder this pledge, drawn up by T.P. i
O'Connorand adopted with enthusiasm AND DEALERS IN .
by a great meeting of Irish Na-
tionalists in London: All Leading Varieties oi Citrus TreesR. REMEMBER
"We will never sheathe the sword
until Belgium has got back her free- T. PEEL, Proprietor.Local .
dom; until every inch of her soil is
clear until a treaty is made, not on Salesman '
foundation I Glen St. Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATEBox THAT
a scrap of paper, but on a
behind which stand the millions of I 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida.

the British race." 9-24-tf

This is the answer of the Irish to 1111111111111111111111.1111111111 .. 1111111111111 It II i
Louvain. There is no doubt whatever !
that it expresses the sentiment of the I ,
overwhelming majority of that race,
in all the ends of the earth. The 1
Irish may now be better disposed than THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S

the they British have been government for a century, but toward neither TRANSFERDr. Will soon be here and that the best !

that feeling nor the old friendship for .1
France counts most heavily. It is for it is
deep resentment at the fate of Bel- B. D. WIENANGA, Prop. way to prepare to get a 1

gium, it is swift sympathy with its
exiled people, its ruined cities, its
shrines profaned, that feeds the Celtic Livery, Draying Hauling

battle fury.It Gas Heater
may never be known how many I)
men of Irish blood are rushing to the WE GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
defense of the stricken little land, or .
to vengeance where it is too late for

defense.Ireland. They They are do not enlisting all hail in from Can- AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK installed at once. We have a large

ada, in Australia, in New Zealand; I
they are leaving the United States to Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
volunteer. In the British capital itself stock, but do not wait until it gets

they do not content themselveswith HORSES FOR SALE i J

this trumpet-call of defiance, but cold before ordering. DO IT NOW.
are taking up arms to make it good. 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
The world may quote and quarrelover
the White Book,the White Memorandum -
the Orange Paper, the Gray I
the belligerents' diplomatsto ------
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study the causes of the war. This
It is
Green Paper of Erin is short.
easy to read. Its meaning is clear. SPRAY NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALESCHNARR'S

The feeling it expresses is having a GAS DEPARTMENT
tremendous influence upon the out- j
of the encounter.-New
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every Fly Scale. Rust Mite
and Red Spider that i i" hit. Removes sooty mold
and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September -

So stupendous a catastrophe the : and October are two of the best months for i\ I

war that it seems ridiculous to look : spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents insects -

for or expect any immediate good from sapping trees all winter, and brings them '' J

from it, whatever world-wide and out in a good healthy condition in the spring, thus _
lasting benefit it may ultimately insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom.
bring. Yet good of a very real sort I

is already come from the present J. SCHNARR & CO. Orlando Florida.Schnarr's
strife through the revival cf religious .
feeling in France, Great Britain and ; I
Insecticide will I not injure the White i Fly
the other countries engaged in the
Fungi. 9-9 D. and W 2-M
struggle. It has always been a notable -
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gives an added value to art, religion,
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phases of beauty. But particularly is ,
this the case with religion. Under i sy
normal conditions we take our relig- I z
ion calmly, as a matter of course, but i E Eola Paokill L Coffipally
when the great crisis arrives, with individual -
or nation, religion then be-I
comes a real refuge. Where else are I 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON
people to go for consolation when all ,
the beautiful intimacies of family life
have been wiped out and the father- I Packers] and Shippers of Citrus 11 Hrsepw: GUARANTEED 3'Speed Sliding Gear Transmission AutomaticVlch3nial
land or motherland is in peril. At Oil Pump, Step'Starter and 66 Refinements
such times mankind recognizes how Fruits and Vegetables.
beautiful and sacred are these "com- I 8275.00 ,

monplaces" of peace, and the tried I will operate alone under above name and shall ap-

soul turns instinctively to religion for preciate the business of all who have and any who have & 129 Orange Ave.,
solace and support. i Wright Hilpert
I not patronized me in the last three years. For informa- Orlando, Fla.
RUMMAGE SALE tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossingof i .
The ladies First Baptist 111.1111..11.1.111111.1.1.111111111..111..1111.11111111111' '***" 'I. ........
and A. C. L. R. R. in - - - - - - - -
of the Concord Avenue Pine-a-cure - - - - - - - - - - -
church, Mrs. division, will --- -- --- -- ,
give a rummage sale, in the room building, which I am equipping with Mauld's latest ma- TREES FOR SALE I! LIST YOUR PROPERTYwith j LAUNDRY
formerly occupied by the Hamilton- chinery and can consequently give you same service The Terra Ceia Nurseries have for I I I
Dunn millinery,on Friday and Satur- I me now, while I have the time i Your general laundry work, French
Florida Standard
sale the Walters
which has always spoken for itself. ( ) 1
day, October 23rd and 24th. Any do- !dry cleaning, and pressing will be ap-
variety of grapefruit, from one to to look it over and familiarize myself
nations, Mrs.may Rogers be given and to Mrs.Mrs. Duna-Chas. My efforts will be to sell all Dossible before resortingto three years old, budded on three to with the talking points. I made the preciated.jruaranteed. Satisfaction Open September and service 28th.
way Phillips. Mrs. Limrick's and llrs.Jackson's distribution. four years old rough lemon roots; largest number of sales last winter i Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry,
committee will also sell and the Heart's Tardiff orange, one and expect to do even better this win- {for whites only. 9-25-tf
year old buds on three years old ter. My prospects are beginnig to arrive -
day home afternoon made cakes and evening.and candy Satur-21-3t W. A. DADE Gen. Manager. rough lemon roots. All in first class and it might cause you to lose I
condition. a sale by putting it off. Call todayat Up to date painting, papering, e!o*
TERRA CEIA NURSERIES, new offices in the Watkins I '
my is the kind
want. Where
Biggest cent of profit ever is 9-18-2 you get
per |
and list
Florida.J. building your property.
Terra Ceia
it? That's phone 636. W. T.
derived from the use of the Sentinel'swant C. Rowell, Manager. WALTER W. ROSE, easy
ad. columns. ;IIMIMHIIIIIUJJMJlJJJAIJiiJiJillillililiiaatMiil Correspondence solicited. Real Estate. Flume uuG.:i Entrican. 1-20-tf 1 1a
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!I I I i I I I I I I I III Iillliulp q I could wives or meet other and members get acquainted of the family with,

each other and exchange views in ,
I Ii- I growing the different crops it wouldbe II
P an education to the farmer and a
| help to the merchants because it
would attract more farmers to the "- ''.- -. I
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I town and their wives and other members -
of the family would come oftener .. ,

1 insuring larger purchases. .. : .- I
Then, too, it could be arranged to -:1 J:. T; \ "I:1
For To-day--- devote about two Saturdays (more or : :. J] J.' .
: ,less as the occasion required) to some j.f I." : I.
topic of farming, with a short talk : t
Tomorrow and every other day, you'll tied
by some one who is authority, followed -I
r a check account with the State Bank mighty: by a free discussion by the ; I r' DO YOU UNDERSTAND i

handy in keeping an accurate record of your I I farmers,which would be of great ben-I.I.I
: affairs. efit. The subject to be discussed at I
money one time might be poultry; another How you can personally be bane fit-

r Take note-how many business men time, sweet potatoes or Irish potatoes -( ted by the
t pay you in cash? Very tew-for businessmen ; another time, oranges, etc. It.' accruing to
seems to me that this would be very the commmunity by
f cannot take chances by carrying money helpful to the farmer and have a ten- I'

p about. The safe way is the business-like dency to stimulate more scientific
f way-our bank checks. farming, all of which would benefit Tho] federal Reserve Act ?
Orlando and vicinity as well as the
Try paying with checks. farmer.I .
Call, telephone or write and ws will
hope your committee on publicity
or some such committee will consider :. : mail our booklet---just out---which
The State Bank of Orlando '
this suggestion favorably see
that these conveniences are providedfor : explains this act fully and clearly. ; -

I the farmers so that when they I
come to town they can do so without :

feeling that they are intruding upon .
some one's hospitality. There are -. '.. ... .
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f many arguments in favor of the sug- .. .''

gestion which have not been men- : '... '','- .: .' .
!tioned, but "a word to the wise is suf- '. '
GERMANS BRING FRESH TROOPS wing, where the battle has been of a I ficient." May I hope for favorableand -7 ...''_', ;:
TO HAMMER FRENCH RIGHT :ding-dong character with alternate speedy action?
I :gains and losses. FARMER.
London Oct. 23.-A dispatch from I I Orlando, Fla., Oct. 22, 1914.
Paris to Reuter's Telegram I
company Try Sentinel classified advertise- 0
that, according to trustworthy Jh}
says ments if wanting to buy, sell or rent Car load of Grapes at Caruthers & <9 0
accounts received at the French cap- 'I cl'
They are money makers. Gore's grocery today. It -
ital this morning, fresh troops
brought up by the Germans have enabled -
them to deliver attacks with increased FOR SALE-Good boat wagon; can H. Kanner's great sale continues ., .. ..
I I be used for hunting; cheap. H. C. r-: .. .. :.'
; vigor on the French right !, McDaniel. 10-23-lm until November 1st. 11-tf .


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


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 advan-
tage of this opportunity. will mean a big saving for you.


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Saturday Night Specials from Saturday Night Special, Continued. GROCERY DEPARTMENT

7 to 10

JAPANESE CHINA TEAPOTS, beautifully decorated
regular $1.00 value, special at Specials All Day Saturday
EXTRA SPECIAL, one big table loaded with bar-
gains; Flannelette, Crepes, Cotton Suitings and dozens of 49 cents
other good fall fabrics, in plain and fancy weaves, plaids ,

and stripes, value up to 25 cents, your choice, LADIES KNIT UNION SUITS, low neck, loose knee, Fancy :Maine: Potatoes, per peck____________ 25c
40 cents value at
5 cents
25 cents"

SILK RIBBONS, in plain Taffeta, soft finish, 3-4 and Fancy York State Apples, per peck _________ 35c I

5 inches wide, in Light Blue, Pink, Red, Black and LADIES KNIT PANTS an exceptional good qual-
White. All new and fresh, worth up to 20cents your ity worth 40cents, special at

choice '1J.JUlUI' 25 cents Lucerne Circle Butter (very best) per Ib__ 35C

10 cents
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Swifts Premium Hams, per pound _________ 22c
TALCUM:: POWDER, Air Float, delightfully perfumed
25c. value, a full pound can

15 cents SUGAREXTRA Roman Gold Cola Apricots, 35 cents value___ 25c

HAND BAGS, large size, one strap, in black, nicely
lined, fitted with mirror $1.25 value. SPECIAL FOR Roman Gold Cola Peaches, 35 cents value __-_ 25c


Serve-Us Flour, half barrel ________________ 3.25
:MATTRESSES: full size, made of white field cotton,
: felt top and bottom, covered with a good quality of tick- I 151bs.fbr$1.0H
ing, $7.50 value, extra special at :
New York: Self Wringing :Mops: $1.50 value75C
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" Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality D:4 It."

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