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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 25, 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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VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23; 1914. NUMBER 220.

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GERMANS GIVING GROUND 'NO JURY VERDICT IN CARMAN AT MIDNIGHTBY CASE''CONGRESS' ADJOURNS WITHOUT T i




I -- I AID TO THE COTTON GROWERS

IN BATTLE OF FLANDERS :Mineola.: N. Y., Oct. 24.-(Special.) Bailey. Loewe looked up when he

-The jury is debating tonight the heard the report, and according to his .

verdict it will bring in the case of testimony saw a man run across the WAS THE LONGEST WORKING (
Carman lawn and leap over the fence. GREAT BATTLE IS ON IN -
:Mrs.: Florence Carman, charged with
John J. Dunbar, a Freeport policeman SESSION CONGRESS t
the murder of Mrs. Louise Bailey. testified that after the murderhe
I
DESPITE RflNfORCfMfNTS EVER HELD
Judge Kelby finished his charge at brought bloodhounds to the Car- THE EAST

9:44, when the jury immediately re man house. The dogs were allowedto

tired. At midnight there were no smell the window sill. They BATTLE LINE EXTENDS A EXTRA SESSION MAY BE CALLED

I signs of a verdict. growled, ran all the way around the
FIRING NEARS OSTEND, INDICATING I MUCH OF RHEIMS HAS Judge Kelby's charge was consid- house, came to a place in the fence DISTANCE OF SIXTY-

GERMANS I ered fair and impartial. He told the where a picket was broken, left the FIVE MILES ,To Convene November 20th and

FALLING BACK BEEN DESTROYED jury they could find the defendant premises and went west as far as I Consider Cotton RelielI -

guilty of murder in the first or sec- Lynnbrook, three miles away, where Austrian Attempt to Relieve I Next Regular Session

ond degree, or of manslaughter in the they lost the trail. Lemberg Resulted in Defeat

BATTLESHIPS OF ALLIES ATTACKEDBy I BY THE CONTINUOUS BOMBARDMENT first or second degree, and most of On cross-examination Dunbar said and Loss of Five Thou- December 7th

his charge was devoted to definingthe he had taken the screen off the win-
sand Prisoners
OF GERMAN -
different degrees. The jury wentto dow the night of the murder, prop- Washington, Oct. 24.-(Special.)-

German Submarines and GUNS dinner soon after the argumentswere ping it up with a piece of new shingle London, Oct.-24.--Telegraphingfrom President Wilson's refusal to hear the

Armored Aeroplanes, but completed, and the night session which he found near a small out house committee which sought his views

No Damage Reported- Germans Hold Some of the opened immediately upon their being built in the rear of the Car- Vladimir in the Russian govern- upon legislation for the relief of the

Germans Reinforced Forts and Their Guns Com return. man residence. The dogs after smell- ment of Volhynia, under date of cotton growers last night was followed

mand Large Part of Rudolph Loewe, the first witness ing the window sill went to this Wednesday, the correspondent of the today by the collapse of the fil-

London, Oct. 24.-(Special.) the City today, testified that he was within fifteen house, he said. The district attorney Times says: "A battle, which for libuster led by Representative Henryof

feet of Dr. Carman's office when sought to show that the animals followed numbers and Texas in behalf of the cotton industry -
-In the battle of Flanders, as engaged the bitternessof
London, Oct. 24.-The the shot was fired which killed Mrs. Dunbar's back trail. and the second session of thesixtvthird
the engagement now being correspondent the fighting, probably is one of the I
of the congress came to an. end
Daily Telegraph, who left -
fought on the Belgian coast will the front near Rheims, about a week I greatest of the present war, is raging I I at four o'clock this afternoon.The .

soon be called, the Germanswere ago, says the bombardment of W. S. BRANCH REPLIES GERMANS UNABLE TO on the line from Sambor, along the session just closed was the

driven back today until Rheims was still in progress on Fri- river San to Przemysl and Jaraslavand longest working session congress ever

they now occupy a.line 22 miles day, October 16. He continues: TO "FARMER"CITES then to the southward. I trav- held. It failed, however, to pass any
"To that Rheims is TAKEJERDUNFRENCH of the many pending measures which
northeast of Dunkirk and their say extensively eled over a distance of about sixty-
damaged is putting it mildly. For a would have extended some relief to
retreat is becoming more five miles, in the rear of and parallelto the Of
pro- cotton these
considerable growers. meas-
period access to the city OBLIGATIONS OF THE ARMY STANDS BETWEEN -
nounced, according to a dispatch has been absolutely impossible. Ref- the Russian position on which, at ures, the Smith-Lever warehouse bill
FARMERS: TO ORLANDO THEM: AND
from the Dunkirk correspondentof ugees, however, still are pouring out. all points, cannonading was terrific and certain amendments to the federal -
BOARD OF TRADE FORTRESSGuns I
the Evening News. The authorities are doing their utmost and uninterrupted, the battle having reserve act were administrationbills
I to clear the city of all the civil lasted eight days. and failed because of lack of
Meanwhile between Nieuportand Farmers' Rest Room a Good of Fortress Have Never
: population, but this is difficult in a "It is difficult to get details, but it support at the last moment.
Ostend the accuracy of the : city of more than 120,000 persons. Thing but Resources Limited Been in Action and Ger- appears the Austrians started the at Representative Henry held out until -

Tire from the British ships has "The Germans hold some forts and Best Possible Use :Must mans Have Not Used tack at Sambor, but were thrown early this afternoon and his last

driven the Germans several around Rheims and their guns com- Be Made of Them Big Siege Guns back by vigorous Russian counter at- proposal was to have congress take

miles inland beyond the reachof mand large sections of the town, but tacks. Then a concentration of the three day recesses from now until

the shells from the long the bombardment is spasmodic. They Editor of the Sentinel-As a mem- London, Oct. 24.-The Times today Austrian corps attempted an advance after the election and then return to

appear to have only two of their big- against Lemberg with the object of work. The house refused to accept
of the war vessels. ber of the publicity committee of the printed a long dispatch in which its
range guns gest siege guns still at Rheims. bisecting the Russian line. This at- this proposal and the adjournment
have to aid'the i' Orlando Board of Trade, allow me a correspondent at Nancy, France, un-
appeared resolution
Zeppelins was through.
put
"The Germans are allowed no rest tack was defeated with heavy Aus-
who have been word of reply to "Farmer" and his der date of October 15, gives a vivid Representative Henry read state-
Germans, re- as the pressure of the allies is con- trian losses and the capture of 5,000 a

inforced by an army of 600,000, stant. On the seventeenth the French plea for a rest room for farmers and picture of the fighting on the right Austrian prisoners. ment to the house saying that the

withdrawn from the garrisoned engineer diverted the waters of the their families. I heartily agree with wing of the French. "Though the "Towards Jaroslav the Germansare cotton fight would be renewed as 'soon

Marne canal into a section of the Ger- the idea of sheds for farmers' horses, French official communications con-' co-operating with the Austrians, as congress reconvened. Senator

positions to the rear of the fight- man trenches, drowning a consider- and if possible a room where they tinually state that the situation on who took Jaroslav earlier in the fight- Hoke Smith, of Georgia, was the only

ing line, and attacks by armored able number of the enemy in the sud- may have a headquarters and feel the right wing is unchanged," he ing but the Russians are now said to one in the senate voting against the

aeroplanes and submarines con- den flood." that they are welcome to sit down and says, "they do not mean that the opposing have recaptured the town." resolution to adjourn the senate.

tinue to be directed against the rest and eat their lunch. There are I armies are marking time. The The next session will be the thirdof

many other things that it would be Germans have made fierce efforts to the sixty-third congress and will

French and British battleships, TWO MORE WASHINGTON desirable to have in Orlando for both i get Verdun. The efforts were as AGUAPRIETAISGETTNG convene on December 7th. There is a
and monitorsin
cruisers, gunboats tourists and farmers. But one Boardof I fiercely repelled and the French field possibility that the president will call

an effort into which the Ger- Trade made up of business men is army still stands between the army an extra session to convene Novem-

mans are throwing their full BANDITS KillED l 1 I necessarily limited in the money at of :Metz; and the coveted fortresses of READY FOR SIEGE ber 20th, to consider cotton relief

strength.At its disposal and therefore like "Farm- I I'Tout and Verdun. ,I measures and other legislation.

er" and thousands of others, the board "In the attempt on St. Mihiel, the
least six attempts were ALL BUT ONE OF THE FIVE I WITHOUT REGARD TO THE i
:
spends what funds it can raise in such Germans were more successful Hard FOOTBALL RESULTS
made today by German subma- BANK ROBBERS NOW TRUCE AGREED UPON
manner as seems the best for those fighting will be necessary to eject

rines, between Ostend and Dun- I ACCOUNTED FOR who contribute the funds and for the them but the German objective-the AT NACO Charlottesville-Virginia 28, Geor-

kirk, to blow up the allies' bat- community in general. junction of the army of Metz with gia 0.

tie ships, but as yet no damage Of the Twenty Thousand Dol. Possibly a farmers' rest room will I I the right wing of the crown prince's Reports From Naco Say General Knoxville-Tennessee 17,Alabama 7.

has been reported. j lars They Got From Bank come later, and no clean and well behaved I army of Argonne-has been prevented. Hill Is Executing Deserters i Nashville-North Carolina 10, Van-

farmer need be backward about derbilt 9.JacksonvilleSewanee.
Thus far the advantage has j but Nine Thousand Has i i Turned Back From
going to the tourists' headquartersand "The guns of Verdun have never I 26, Florida 0.

been with the allies. Heavy !j Been Recovered challenging any of them for a I jet been in action and there is no the Border -New---- TInvon____ _u-YnTo----! 7-,_ Washington

damage has been inflicted upon game of checkers or quoits. prospect of the fall of Verdun unless and Jefferson 13. .
I Bellingham, Wash., Oct. 24.Twomore I Douglas, Ariz., Oct. 24.-Siege I
the Germans by the long range But on the other hand every farmer the French field army allows the Ger- Cambridge-Pennsylvania State 13,
of the five bandits who robbed preparations continue at Agua Prieta,
and land owner who resides within mans to get their big guns within Harvard 13.Princeton.
guns of the allies, while the i the First National bank of Sedro- Sonora, just across the border, without -
marketing distance of Orlando should range. I Princeton 16, Dart-
Germans are unable to reach j Woolley of $20,000 last Saturday regard to the truce declared at
not forget that acre of land he mouth 12.AnnapolisNavy.
them with their of limited night, killing a boy and wounding two every Naco between the garrison and the in-
guns within that 48, Western Re-
I now owns marketing zone JAP MURDERER OF WHITE WO-
citizens as they fled, were shot and vesting Maytorena forces.
range. Muddy roads have prevented -i is worth from three to ten times as MAN GETS LIFE SENTENCE serve 0.West.
killed by officers early today. One I The ground beyond the outer
the Germans bringing up \ of the five was killed and another much as it was ten years ago, and I trenches at Agua Prieta has been Point-Army 14,Holy Cross 0. ;

their heavy siege this increase in value has come to him Salinas, Cal., Oct.2-1.-Special-( Philadelphia-University of Penn- 1
guns. i wounded and captured last Thursdayafter mined and barbed wire entanglements,
very largely because of what the Or- ,I George Kodani, the Japanese self- sylvania 7, Carlisle 0. ,
The fighting was carried a fight with a posse, one of I carrying a high tension current, have
lando Board of Trade and Orlando confessed slayer of :Miss: Helena Wood I New York-Cornell 28, Brown 7.
whose members slain. about the
been
town.
to Ostend today and was placed besieged
nearer business have done to make the I Chicago-Chicago University 21,
Both victims of the officers' rifles men Smith, a New York artist, was found The Maytorena forces under Col.
dispatches from Flushing report town and and I Purdue 0.EvanstonIllinois.
larger prettier in the
today carried heavy money belts. thereby guilty of murder first degree Reynah have retired, but the garrison
heavy firing in that vicinity, make it a desirable market and a desirable here today and his punishment fixedat 33, Northwestern -
One had $1,544 and the other 1513. believes further attacks will be made.
with the volume increasing residence city. It is not far life imprisonment. The jury re- 0.Sioux. '
:More: than $6,000 of the stolen Reports from Naco say General Hillis
from the facts to that but for the Falls-South Dakota 0, Notre
say fused to accept Kodani's plea of self-
hourly, indicating the advanceof money was recovered from bandits executing deserters as rapidly as
work of the Orlando Boardof Dame 33.Chattanooga.
the allies toward Ostend. who fell in last Thursday's fight. I aggressive defense. they are turned back to him by the ,'.
j 14, Howard 0.
Trade there would not be a mile of
patrol border there.
I even clay or marl road in Orange HUMILIATED BY HIS CAPTURE I Birmingham-Auburn 19, Mississippi -
DESERTIONS FROM U. S. ARMY INSURRECTION OF COL. MARITZ
county today, not to mention the six GERMAN GENERAL ATTEMPTS Aggies 0.
DENOUNCED BY NOTED GERMAN SPIES ARE SENTENCED
HAVE BEEN CUT TO THE hundred thousand dollars of brick' SUICIDE THREE Baton Rouge-Louisiana 14, Jefferson -
BOER LEADER IN SWITZERLANDGeneva
LOWEST POINT roads that will soon be made. It goes College 13.

without saying that these roads will I' Paris, Oct. 24.-The Echo de Paris Atlanta-Georgia Tech 28, VirginiaM.
London, Oct. 24.The Pretoria Switzerland, via Paris, I. 7.New.
make another increase in the
Washington, Oct. 24.-Desertions in large reports that General von Friese, the
(Transvaal) correspondent of the Oct. 24. Three German spies, having Orleans-Tulane 82 Centenary
value of all the land within the limitsof commander of the twenty-fifth brigade -
the United States army last :year Reuter Telegram sends the headquarters in Geneva, were sentenced -I 0.
company
the county. The richest land in of German artillery, who was
were lower by many hundreds than following dispatch: the universe is of little value if it iso captured by :Moroccans: during the by the third military tribunal Columbia-South Carolina 13, New-

ever before in its history, accordingto I "General Schalk-Burger, who was : far removed from markets that fighting some time ago, has arrived here Friday. They are Lieut.-Col. berry College 3.*
Otto Ulrich of Berlin, Dr. Wohlanderand
of the Transvaal
dur-
the annual report today of Judge acting president the products can not be cheaply puton Marseilles:: with other German pris-
I ing President Paul Kruger's visit to sale. < Herr Kohr, a chemist. They were FRENCH HOSPITAL SHIP LADEN
Advocate II. Crowder. oners.
General E.
Europe, sends an open letter to the In consideration of these facts, '' When brought to Paris General von charged with plotting against England WITH WOUNDED HAS
The records showed a rate of deser- denouncing the I and France, and thereby violat-
treacheryof
newspapers GONE ASHORE
farmer within
every the marketingzone Friese attempted to commit suicide.
tion of 2.45 cent. Lieutenant-Colonel Maritz ing Swiss neutrality.
per and of Orlando could well afford to I\
This low rate is attributed in large strongly insisting on the necessity of Colonel Ulrich was not present. He London Oct. The
French hospital
contribute to the support of the OrLando ing here to board at a hotel for a -
part to the beneficent legislation by was sentenced in default to serve two
loyalty to the imperial government. Board of Trade. Proximity to couple of months. I ship :Marie: Henriette, with
congress mitigating the treatment of (Maritz is head of the rebellion in years in prison and to pay a fine of
live wounded soldiers on board, is ashore
a growing town or city is the But while the city is under obliga-
deserters and othe- offenders. I 200 pounds sterling ($1,000)). Dr.
military British South Africa.
) chief of increase i near Cape Barfleur, sixteen miles ;
cause in the value 'tions to the farmer, the farmer is .
of farm land. Therefore the interests I under equal obligation to the city. Wohlander must serve three months east of Cherbourg, according to a tel-
General Crowder holds that there and pay a fine of $200, and Herr Kohr
WORLD'S HUNDRED MILE REC- of the citizens of Orlando and the "As unto the bow the cord is, egram received here from Lloyd's signal -
can be no question as to the successof I must remain in prison two months
ORD BROKEN farmers and land owners of Orange So unto man is woman. station at Cowes, Isle of Wight.S. .
the detention barracks system, and pay a fine of $100. All three .
O. S. signals from her have been
county are mutual. I Though she bends him, she obeys him;
which is in sentenced from
its to expulsion
now
inception. :Minneapolis: :Minn., Oct. 24.-(Spe The writer in no sense underesti-j I Though she draws him, yet she follows were received at the wireless station at
Switzerland for life after
cial.-Tom Alley won the hundred mates the value of farmers to the : serving Niton, Isle of Wight. A French shipis

ANOTHER JON BORN TO KING mile automobile race over the mile town and community and he has often 1 Useless each without the other." their sentences. standing by the :Marie: Henriette.

AND QUEEN OF SPAIN track at Hamline Park this afternoon. said in the Board of Trade meetingsthat Respectfully,
.
Time, 91 minutes and 30 seconds, un- he believed one farmer with a I W. S. BRANCH.You THE WEATHER New books, "The Wall of Parti-

Madrid, Spain, Oct. 24.A son was official, breaking the world's record. few thousand dollars, settling near tions," by Barclay, and "The lIon.

.::' born this morning to Queen Victoria :Mulford: was second, O'Donnell third, Orlando, was worth more to the city I can help the Sentinel most by Florida: Local rains Sunday and Percival," by Alice Hegan Rice. Cur-

: and De Palma fourth. than half a dozen rich tourists com- patronizing Sentinel ad'7ertb"s.: probably Monday. tis & O'Neal.ff'I .
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BRITISH PROFITING BY EXPERI- plained it to me that the hot guns I T. F. HOURIHAN. Licensed
TRUE CHEAP Plumber. f Eat what you want.
ENCE OF BOER WAR and the shells draw all the moistureout ( Conscientious work at fair prices. Eat all you want.
r of the air, too. So it can't be Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf Take a postscript and forget it.
s helped," he added cheerfully I For sale by all druggists.
(By George Dufresne) Subscribe for The SentineL l-7-d&w-lyr
"Ah! It is the cool drollery of you WITH PAINT MEANSThe Daily I
Paris, Oct. 24.-A wounded Brit- men that is just splendid," said a
ish soldier today told me of how the French officer who had been on the paint which covers the largest
English in a recent battle fooled the right of our position and had been
Germans by a trick learned in the part of the force driven in upon the surface-Gives the longest service J11ijfwpLionOur } .
Boer war. The before send- "
enemy British right flank. "Just splendid,
-Lasts and looks well.
ing on their infantry to attack the
"There is
he kept repeating. nothingin
allies' position, opened with a terrific the world like it." I Business is to Make Your Work

artillery fire. It was early in the "Three of your soldiers argued THAT'SiNy EasierBy
morning and the British were retir-i about the merits of Gunboat Smith
ing, "by orders," according to the I -then they stop and fire steadily,I Harrisons'"Town
; supplying with all kinds and
wounded man. laughingly. When the 'cease fire' you styles
"Well," he went on, "our artillery sound, then they begin again on Gunboat I ; & Country" t 1 of Files and Filing Cases Inkand Ink Stands
suddenly began to drop. One by one Smith."I k- Pens and Pen Holders Pencils and Pencil
the guns gave out barking. said" to one, 'We shall beat the .
i "'What's up now?' I said tot Germans nearer Paris and finally rout i The result of over a Hundred Sharpeners Rulers and Ruling Pens, Type

t "A few more minutes of heavy fir- them.' 'Why not do it here,' he said (j Years Experience. (U j jA Writers and Type Writers Supplies and all
'
from the other side, then their
ing to me, 'and save us and them walk- the material needed around the house or office -
infantry came on in solid formation.We ing all that distance?' Get our free book "Cause & Effect." A desk.
::1 received them with rifle fire.
"Several of asked if
your men me ( It tells /I
/ you many things you ought to know.
Still they came on; still we mowed they would see Paris when they fin- Call us up whether you wish a 5c p 3 t2 i

f them down. ished off ffthe Germans. If I live SOLD J3Y or a $50.00 Filing Case.
"They were getting closer; we
they shall come. I have their names
could see the dense masses moving. and addresses, and they will be the
W. S. BRANCH
"Then suddenly the whole of our honored guests in my house." Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. ,
f artillery opend fire. You see, they The really pathetic figures of this ,
had not been silenced at alL It was war are the child refugees from Bel- For the last Twenty-five Years. The Arcade Book and Music Store

r a trick to draw the Germans on. gium. The women give way to grief; ..
"They went down in whole fields, old women shake their heads and ------
:; for our guns got them on the open moan; old men who have passed the i
'. ground, and of course, they soon had age of fighting wring their hands; :
enough. It was impossible for those but the children look at you with a |
behind to come on past their dead. dull pain in their eyes which is more !' $8 C Charleston and Return $8
r "Then the order came to fall back eloquent than any sobs.
t to another position. We don't like I

t this falling back, but you can't get all CLYDE LINE WINTER SERVICE i VIA"Clyde
i you want in this world. I

; "I spoke to another of our men. Beginning November 1, the winter .
lie knew nothing. schedule of the Clyde St. Johns river I Line"First
r "All I know was dust, heat, sweat line will be in operation, the fine new I BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS

t and thunder." steamers Osceola and City of Jack-I LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS .
f "What did you do," I asked. sonville then giving almost daily Class
r a ; Effecthe from August 1, 1914 to August Meals and Berth Included
"Oh I just plugged in the car-
service between Jacksonville, Palatka : 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction
t: tridges and pumped them out into the and Sanford. t -
during that time:
t Germans. The sailings will be daily, except I I
t "It was rather curious," he went Saturday, from Jacksonville, and. Touring Car $555.00 This special rate good on any of the Company'ssteamers

Ii on, warming up to the tale; "you daily, except Sunday, from Sanford. j!> August 22nd to October lath
found 'yourself firing at, say, one The sailing hours will be: Jackson- Runabout 505.00F. I inclusive.

man, and you saw a hundred go down. ville, 2 p.m., and Sanford, 11:30 a. m.!!I O. B. Orlando. All car fully equipped. i 4
You could not tell what you hit; but The usual river landings will be ': efficiencyin
maximum
Farther we will be able to obtain the : Return Limit 10 Days
no one seemed to miss, judging from made by the river steamers and al- i our factory production, and the minimum cost in oar
and wu department if we reach an oat.iut of
the massacres that kept happening."I ready travel the river is assuming purchasing '
up the above dates.
between
!
300,000 can 'lY
wound, but knew 'II Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville [(
got a slight proportions that indicate there will And touia we racK this production we agree to papas I every
nothing about it-felt nothing untila be special attention turned to the the bIlJ r. share from H' to 160 per car (on or about new r Tuesday, fhursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
retail buyer who purchases a
Au&udl.I9IS) to every
man next to me says, 'Don't give it beautiful towns and cities of the interior Ford car between August 1. 1114 and August I, 1)15.
all to me, Fred.: of the state this winter. For further particulars regarding these low prices and profit-
"Then I saw I was bleeding a bit." sharing plan, see For reservations and further particulars apply to

"What is the one dominant feelingthe Wanted to Buy F. G. RUSH,
first time you are under fire?" Household Goods-Dressers, chiffo- H. G. WENZEL Fla.' Pass. Agent
"Mine was thirst," he said simply, niers, washstands, small tables, kitchen : Phone 226 ,
utensils, electric iron. of I
that Any
"and I think was general.
these you don't need. Describe and 122 W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
"You see, all them guns suck up state price. B. C., care Sentinel.
the air, and who is scientific, ex 10-23-3t

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NEW YORK TERCENTENARY these largest floats will surround it FOR THIS WEEK Don't neglect to take a look at the
CELEBRATIONNew I by forty mounted musicians.The I I want ads. I
New York Central will join the Eggs Eggs fresh from the country,
York Oct. 24.-(Special.)-I pageant with the DeWitt Clinton 35 cents per dozen. FOR SALE GRANDTOMORROW.

Commemorative of the establishment train, the first to run on the Cen- Best Baldwin Apples 40 cents per Nursery stocK, one, two. three and
of a Dutch fur trading post on Man- tral's lines. If possible, this train, peck. four year old buds; Foster Early,
which with the engine tender and Pears for cooking, 40 cents per peck. Pineapple, Java, Jlomosassa Washington
hattan Island by five ships from Am- Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahle
three coaches, is eighty-eight feet Fruit of all kinds to suit your *
Apopka Fla. Phone 2222. 3lStfDon't
sterdam and Hoorn three hundred
long, will travel the route under its pocket. I .
years ago, New York today began a own steam. If not, it will be mounted I Grapes, pony baskets, 19 cents.
great commercial tercentenary with on a float. Following this exhibitthe I Chestnuts from the hills, 15 cents lb. fail to see The State's Finest Picture Theatre
services in the synagogues which will railroad will have drawn a papier Bananas, 10 and 20 cents per doz. ,
be followed tomorrow by exercises in ;. rr.ache model of the latest type of en- Lemons imported, 15 cents doz. The \Valdpcke i o
Christian churches and a great gath- gine, ninety feet long.A Call and see where you can buy the
ering in the Hippodrome where 1,200 model of the Clermont, the first most for the least money.. Quality' FOR FISH AND OYSTERS
singers will be heard. I steamboat on the Hudson will appearon guaranteed. Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP. !
The next evening, Monday, there the float of the Hudson River Day THE ORLANDO SPECIALTY CO. "Wh ll W r Tliu1atellsuA n
M. and W. O. COX 1
will be a musical festival at the City Line, ahead of the model of the new 109 West Church Street 10-23-tf
College, and on Tuesday night an- Hendrick Hudson. Forty herdsmenwill 10-7-tf
other at the Washington Irving High drive a herd of cattle down Fifth
big special feature complete in two
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7&e automobile pageant is on the the American Belt company. An ice parts. Produced by George Kleine.
schedule for Wednesday night. Five cream company will make and serve A Y NURSERIESGROWERS : I Ii
thousand motors will line up and pass ice cream on the route, and the same 1
through the city. Governor Glynn I with a baking concern. A milk com-
and his staff will lead. A floral division pany will enter five floats. AND DEALERS IN "

privately, in owned which, have automobiles entered, mostly on the I I tell Baltimore New Yorkers will send of her thirty industries floats to; ii All Leading Varieties of Citrus Trees ; ;i "Th Siiatter'g r' Gal

proviso of being decked with flowers, i Syracuse will send six, and Rochester, R. T. PEEL, Proprietor.Local ,
is to be a part of the spectacle. Utica and Buffalo each one. Several
There is also a division of ma- I New York newspapers will' enter Salesman An Essanay drama in one reel.
chines in which automobile dealers floats. Among them the Staats-Zei- Glen St. Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATE
have entered. One manufacturer has : tung which will exhibit a Taube mon- Box 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida.
prepared an elaborate windmill effect I oplane. 924tftlllllMIIIMIietMBIIIttIK
and another a tremendous butterfly.A I Floats are only a part of the Hal-
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group of machines rigged up with I lowe'en pageant. There will be carriages -
"A Canille Rival'JAn
grotesque features and comic charac- I containing commercial boards
As a leader for the next
teristics is also a part of the parade. chambers of commerce, merchants'
Later comes a section of automobile associations and committees from the
trucks showing commercial indus- exchanges. Patriotic and peace so- Ten Days i iO Edison comedy.
tries. The line of, march is down cieties are to have representation.Some .
Broadway from 125th street to 59th of the New Yorkers expectedto L-X-
street, and then west and north up ride in the pageant, according to I
Broadway to Columbus Circle. I :Mr.: Ames, are Jacob H. Schiff John "
I will FREE extra
give an I "The Orchestra
Thursday evening has been chosenas D. Rockefeller, Jr., Judge Alton B. Only
theater night, and Broadway man- I Parker, Chauncey M. Depew George pair pants with each suit. I ,

agers have the chance of devising W. Perkins Samuel W. Fairchild, E. 350pieces all wool in the only theatre that will give you an
special attractions for the town's visitors -I V. Boynton, Herman Ridder, Admiral orchestra. Think it over !
during the show week. Robert Peary, and General Nelson A. Prices $15 to $30 j
,
Some idea of the interest which :Miles.:
this carnival week has aroused up- ;I Fit, workmanship and material s j
state, is evident when it is seen that WEDNESDAY
DO THE RIGHT THING OVER I guaranteed. ;
mayors from every large town and
city, especially through the Mohawk AGAIN i Act now and save one-third I A return date of :

Valley and on through Rochester to the cost ot a suit.Phone. -1
Buffalo, will come down themselves or Habit is a fixed series of acts. Doa "
will send their right hand men. Theyare I thing once and tracks are marked.Do I = I II "Col. Heeza Liar Farmer,
all members of the commission a thing twice and a route is
ex-officio. Friday evening these hun- mapped. Do a thing thrice and a d The greatest comedy that has ever been
dred and one mayors are guests of path is blazed. I or call on 78'"t I seen in this city. j

the city at a reception at the Metropolitan Do the right thing over again. if ;, ,
Museum of Art. Samuel W. From the unconscious wink of the I "
Fairchild, ex-president of the Union eye to the smooth, unnonticed movements V. BA Only Five and Ten Cents

League Club, is in charge of that. )I of a million worlds, the law of i Old Stand on Church Street.
The event of the week, though is habit relentlessly rules its course. All i
saved till Saturday night, the eveningof life is but a series of habits. -1IIItl.IIIIIIIIIIIIICIII.IIIIIIIIIIIII.I..II.IIIIII'---- --- .

the 31st. This is Hallowe'en and I Do the right thing over again.

if plans go right, it will put the townin The pennies saved today make the | .South Apopka Nurseries..
a gay humor for the approaching I j I nickels in the bank tomorrow. The I .
election night. It,is to be a commem- I nickels in the bank tomorrow spell the '
I All the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange ,
orative pageant, but more than that dollars in the bank next year. The I .1PHr" $
Trees thrifty, well-rooted and clear of all diseases. ; ;
infuse dollars saved into the for-
the commission is trying to crystallize I .
New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family ;
into the people the idea of celebration tune after the years. Habit either
FREEAddress
the idea that we have a lot to makes or breaks-either leads you up
be joyous over that in spite of war or drags you down. I 1

and hard times talk we have main- Do the right thing over again.If : ...South Apopka Nurseries... THE MARKET
tained our peace and have our com- you are prompt today you will
merce. They want to make the nightof want to be prompt tomorrow. If you OCOEE, FLORIDA
the 31st one of optimism and by are square once you will surely seekto 9-4-tf : :II Of Cleanliness Of Quality

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hearts of those who think they are thing worth while right now can not FRESH AND SALT MEATS
weighted down by physical and men- help but ease the fight for the thing --- I
tal depression.The I worth while later on. It is the law of i FISH AND GAME

ideas which will constantly re- habit. And habit creeps on from the I under the best sanitary conditions.

cur in,the commercial festival parade, patriotic will, be and historical of- over minutest again.Do action. repeated over and Orlando Paint and aII I Paper Co. I I w I Kept Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh

and
peace. Every float and every horse the right thing over again. pure.
will be decked with the commission'sflag Grow great off habit. There is no High Grade Paints, Oils, Varnishes We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have i
bearing the words "Commerceand other way. Start what you do start AGENTS FOR Kalsomine, Wall Pa- everything in the Meat Line. i iI ir
Peace." -right. Or else begin all over again. I
Patton Sun Proof Paper, Wall Board, Roof-
Dignitaries that usually have watch You can fondle the eggs of a pythonbut r The PARLOR MARKET '
and ward over public doings will lead you can't play with the python. Paints ing, Brushes, Etc. I

and review the procession. The chief You can break the bad habit today, SOLD AT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Orange Ave. I H. M. Self & Co. i
factor in this will be 30 army corps but if you wait until tomorrow the t t THE SUN
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
of horse drawn floatS >The magni- bad habit will break you. i I PINE i ij
tude of this division is luVd to esti- Do the right thing over again. STREET

mate. Of the 150 floats Ste16) few Special Wall! Paper 3000 Rolls, at 5c. Phone No. 80
will require forty horses. A rook- Give your ad. a chance: to make j
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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTSBy is limited." SOUTHERN GIRL COMPANY:: ATI'
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South Florida SentinelMORNING ( W. S. Branch) Were just like me, I i i

AND WEEKLY City Commissioner S. A. Johnsonhas What kind of a great Christian nation The Southern Girl Company will I M

reason to be proud of the' new Would this nation be? present the following bill in tabloid: :
JOSIAH FERRIS. EdiUr and Owner
street signs. Made: of enameled iron :Monday: night, "The Girl From I

Entered at the poetoftiie at Orlando. Florida and hung from concrete posts, they The Greenville News says: "Ev- Broadway." I II
Claw Mad Matter. I
a Second will never need painting, polishing orI ery time we read about those big German -I Tuesday night, "The :Man: From

SUBSCRIPTION RATES renewing, and so far as we can see guns, we are more in love with Frisco."
DaiJ 1 Year ........................ $5.00< l
the telling the Atlantic than before. Wednesday night, "Mistaken Iden-
.. .. they will be right on job ocean ever I
Daily. 6 Month ................. %.50
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 strangers which is Orange avenue And isn't it also comforting to reflect tity."
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .50
and which is Lucerne Circle after the that Greenville is more than one r The Southern Girl company will not

Weekly. 1 Year ...____.....__......._ $1.00 youngest baby in Orlando has died of dred miles inland?- hun-I repeat any bill but will give a new
Weekly. 6 Months .................... .75 : i
old age. Rather evasive. Are we to under- program each night, and if you are I IW

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IX a stand that the T.-U. man is comforted not pleased with the show you can THE D. P. SYSTEM
ADVANCETO Names Is Names to think that it is more than a ; pet your money back. Prices 10c.f

ADVERTISERS: A. Beer lives at Mansfield, Ohio.- hundred miles from Jacksonville to "_0c. and 30c.3IENDELSSOIIN. N
Tampa Tribune. Greenville?
Copy for display and all other handset ."
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advertising must be handed in at the busmen And from accounts in the Tribuneone :: REHEARSALThe P -:' (
..tbee of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. IB. of the meanest and "low down FLORIDA SHOULD FURNISH /
the day before publication. This rule applies ., I
to chance for contract advertising: it ii est" men in Florida lives in Tampa IT ALL regular rehearsal will be heldin 0, ,
invariable and will be strictly adhered to.
and is named Soloman. the Presbyterian Sunday school J

Subscribers desiring The Seentinel diseon- The first camphor gum ever refinedin room Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock.
the tinued date should of expiration notify the otherwise office in writing it will on be Before the winter is over we shall Florida was made at the United All who desire may secure membership -

continued until notice at to the stop regular is received.subscription rates undoubtedly have a store opened here States agricultural experiment station -I tickets at that time. Here's something to think J
for the sale of genuine(?) Persian in the Orange county fair ; i iIMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMIIMMMIMMM i

SUNDAY OCTOBER 23; 1914. rugs. People who patronize them grounds, the other day, and broughtto PLANTS AND BULBS about
should read that very enlightening Orlando where it was sold, the Or-
article in the current number of the lando Sentinel says, to a local drug- Now is the time to plant poinsettias -
Some men get nearsighted lookingout boga villa vines, salvia, pansies,
Ladies' Home Journal. There is an Something to cogitate over
gist. The Sentinel reports that the
for number one. rose bushes, astoers, carnations, etc.
old saying that "a fool and his moneyare druggist thinks the camphor, of We have a full supply of hardy plantsof
o soon parted." So also is a sharper i which there was about ten pounds, the above to select from, also many Something to talk about
Woman talks about her neighborswhile other varieties and all kinds of bulbs.
and his "Persian"
rugs. is apparently much better than the
man talks about himself.A Call and make your selection at once. and
o usual commercial product. Florida Violet Dell Gardens, 408 South Lake
After watching them trudge along should furnish all the camphor usedin street. Phone 509. 25-3t
loud check suit is no indicationthe
Livingston avenue towards the new the United States.-Miami :Metropolis. : -
wearer has a large check book. SOMETHING TO ACT UPON !
school building for a couple of weeks, FOR RENT-Dining room, kitchen,
Q we are reassured in our opinion that pantry, in The Hall, 416 :Margaret:
The man with a history will soon
street; an excellent opportunity for
there is no more beautiful sight in
be in our midst-history of the war in SPECIAL :MATTRESS: SALE AT right party, as we cater to only first
the world than a crowd of pretty lit- KINCAID & SNOWDEN'S, class business. Terms reasonable.
Europe. :MONDAY: AND TUESDAY "Sweet are the Fruits ot Industry"But
o tle girls dressed in checked gingham, I Apply in person. 10-25-3t
with white and red hair rib-
Experience is the best teacher, but aprons Cotton mattress, felt top and bot- there's not much industry attachedto
bons. WANTED-To buy 40 acres of pine
tom, French roll edge, art ticking.
it is foolish to rub it in on the big-
Special, only $4.79. land situated on one of the lakes I this-nothing even to obligate yourself.
amist. "Dried Apples to Swell Exports" is $10.00 Felt mattress, $7.00. near Orlando. Must be cheap" for
o $15.00 Felt mattress, $12.45. cash. Address "Cash Buyer, care
There's an excuse for weeping in the headline in a New York daily. We give Lucerne theater automo- Sentinel office, Orlando, Fla. 25-3t
We can remember when a boy that bile contest coupons with every cash HERE IT IS
the picture shows, since they are mov-
dried apples swelled our inner portif purchase.KINCAID. FOR SALE-Ford automobile, 1913
ing pictures.The we ate too many of them. & SNOWDEN, model, in first class condition; must
o Low Priced Furniture Company, be sold by Tuesday. Ford Garage. >
man who speaks without think- Cor. Main and Pine Sts. 10-25 2t To every purchaser of a Suit or Coat,

ing is the man most likely to say "Diane of the Green Van" may be will be given a book containing 20 Cou-
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all right as a late story book or apiece
what he thinks. o of popular music, but what's the I pons. All we ask our customer to do is

matter with Diane with the green this! Distribute these coupons to their
The man who fights and retreats
A Rare
sweater as she walks up and down OpportunityThe
for strategical reasons will live to Orange avenue? I friends with the request that before purl -

fight at other seasons.o Crawford home place at No. 108 America chasing their Suit or Coat to see ours first

A Thought for Sabbath Morning
We might appeal to the North to "There are sufficient nominal Chris- street must be sold at once. The lot has a front- WE WILL DE RESPONSIBLEfor

send a bale of tourists, but fortu- tians in the world, also sufficient age of 83 feet and 333 feet deep. The house contains -
nately they are coming anyway.
o half hearted Christians, and millionsof six rooms, but is not modern in appointments
inconsistent Christians, but the the result to this extent. If only 12
Some men don't know their friends edtion of earnest, live-wire ChristiansMMIOMMMMMMMM though it could easily: be made so. I have the exclusive -
when they meet them, never having out of the 20 coupons bring resultant pur-
, handling of this property and am preparedto
to borrow from -- = = =
attempted
money chasers of a Suit or Coat the holder of
them. offer you a GREAT BARGAIN. Remember, it
I. the and distributer of the
' original book
0 MUST BE SOLD, so see me at once interested.
, Powell intimates that many peopleare ; | T.F.HOURIMN | ij j i 20 coupons will be entitled to a Suit or

moving to Clearwater to get the
Licensed Plumber and X ij Coat to the value of
, Sun right hot off the press. Can'tLbme
them either. Sanitary Engineer t
Estimates Furnished. Jobbing i j
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t P Pro-nrt'v Attended to. S.Y.WAYInsurance
Orlando manages to struggle along t :
with central time, and some of the PHONE 62? t $17.00Absolutely

,f New Saturday York afternoon.Sunday papers arrive here 1 rob Court Street $ and Real Estate Agent

r 0 I ORLANDO FLORIDA

Can't exactly blame those two Pi- 4-2l-lm I PHONE 172 r I

l: nellas county commissioners for opposing I I I I I I I I I I II I II I II ..I Ii Free !

F i the building of a jail. They i I

,f were indicted recently.0r MIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM MMMMMMMMIiMIMMMMMMM I OR THIS ALLOWANCE ON ANY SUIT OR

f r Unless the Ford factory goes broke e
Gum COAT YOU PURCHASE
, Buy Camphor
on account of the war, Orlando will sLqfm/
f have to construct automobile sub-

.f ways under several o streets. made in Orlando. We sell it. Pa- :

r If it was not for the war we would There is no time limit !
F be reading and thinking about theE PHARMACY tronize home industry.

political campaign in New York. Another -
No Hard Work !
l instance where war does no I IMMMM

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Rube Allyn has solved the high

I cost of living and Florida needs an-

other niche in the hall of fame. He BIG BENLook f Simply hand the coupons to your
says a green persimmon eaten just
friends whom think-if not
right
, before meal time will pucker up the you

stomach to fit one bean. away-will, at some future time be in the

Osceola county o has a lady appli- Big Ben square in the back in Evans' purchasing field for a Suit or Coat.

cant for appointment as superintendent window---he's good all round and good all through.If .
of schools, to succeed Hon. W. J.
THIS APPLIES EQUALLY TO l\IEN.\ AND
Sears. Everybody is willing to admit "handsome is as handsome does"---Big Ben'sbeauty

that a woman is better qualified to is more'n skin deep. I TO WOMEN
raise a child than a man, and that

they make good teachers, but many

men fitted still for office contend, though that women their unfitnesshas are un- See those great, strong, handy keys that make 1;

never been proven by actual dem- his wind up so easy--- and the broad, deeptonedbell

onstration. On the contrary, where
'; tried they have made most capable he sounds, so your get up is pleasing.Big .

school officials.A .
o Ben stands seven inches from tip to toe---big, faithful, ;

Missouri member of congress with large, clean-cuthands,plainly seen in the dim morning light, ;
boasts that he has missed but one of

the nearly three hundred roll calls He rings you up at any time you say-steady for five minutes :

during the sessions of the sixty-third or on and off for ten-stops short in either call at a nudge from ;
If his record was thor-
congress. He took the Blue Ribbon at the Fair. See
oughly sifted it would probably show you. special display : ?

that he had done little else. In con- today in our window. *i

gressional campaigns the number of

roll calls missed by a congressmanare
often pointed out in an endeavorto DICKSON .IYfS CO.

show that he has been neglectinghis

duties, when as a matter of fact
about seventy-five per cent. of con- T. H. EVANS/ V

gressional roll calls are merely rou- i
. tine and the member that leaves his DEPARTMENTAL I STORE

office to answer them usually has to JEWELER

neglect important work to do so. The

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Mr. Gordon Williams, of Wilson, MIIMMinilMIHIIMIHJJFAVORTE Mine Eyes W. S. Martin. .
N. C., is a guest at the San Juan. Solo, "0, Thy Tears," Miss Jewell IF" .0... Iclz:

WADE Messrs. F. E. Baxter and G. U. THEATRE ; ; Wamble.B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m.; ;]

) THE TUNER Conant, of Lakeland, are spending today 'i Mr. Eugene Reid, president.
ORLANDO: FLA. in Orlando. I! Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I'; A very cordial invitation is extended Allen's Fruit
to the public to worship with us. r: Picking BagPATENTED i
Among yesterday's arrivals was Admission 5 centsIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Don't miss the popular evening ser-
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pierce, of Terre vice.

Mr. A. P. Newheart, one of Ocaee's Haute, Ind. They are stopping at the I
St. Luke's V
Orland for the Cathedral Fifth Year the MarketNo i
sterling residents, was a business present.Mr. MONDAY'S PROGRAMFour The Very Rev. Henry R. Remsen, on
J nnsactor in Orlando yesterday.W. and Mrs. G. W. Jenkins arrived dean.

G. M. Mellen, of Atlanta, Ga., last night from their summer homeat Reels The Twentieth Communion Sunday after Trinity.: Drop---No BruiseVe are offering this season i;
Imp. "In All Things Moderation, Holy 7:30 a. m.
arrived in Orlando yesterday and has Elizabethtown, N. Y., to occupy Morning and tar the best
in two parts, with Alexander Garden, prayer Sunday school, by picking [ ;
rented the H. Newell house on East their home on East Anderson street Dorothy Phillips, Howard Crampton, 9:30.The I bag that* has ever been t tI
Robinson avenue for six months. for the winter. Ruth Donnelly and Edmond Morti 10:30. Holy Communion and sermon, 'I made. I
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Mrs. Margaret Cain Thompson arrived Mr. and Mrs. James Laughlin and mer.Stering Universal "A Torrent of Evening prayer, 7:45. I i

in Orlando yesterday afternoon Mr. Wm. Edwards arrived in Orlando Daughters," featuring the famous D Even better than lastyear's

from St. Petersburg, to visit Mr. and last evening from Pittsburg, Pa. Stering tots. Produced by Robert Christian Alliance 4 heavier 11 It
Thornby. Sunday school, 2:30 p. m. bag, can.asaud
Mrs. J. W. Cain, 409 Gertrude avenue. They went by auto to their beautiful
Preaching, 3:30 m.
Another good reel. p. bound all arouud frame I I
winter home in Zellwood.Mr. .
Mrs Logan Hannaca, of Kansas Prayer meeting, Thursday night.
City, Kas., who has been visiting her and Mrs. J. S. Walker and chil- The pastor will preach his farewell with webbing to prevent
sermon Sunday afternoon before leav-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Topliff, dren are at their home on Lakeview PLACES. OF WORSHIPChristian ing for his new work in Jacksonville. chafing through the best

in this city for the past six weeks, avenue for the winter, having arrived shoulder straps.snaps, etc.,
left yesterday for her home. yesterday from their summer home' Catholic Church t x that we could buy.
Science Twenty-first Sunday after Pente-
Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Lott left at Muskegon, Mich.
yesterday school, 9:45 a. m.
Sunday Our used
for Evansville, Ind., in response Mrs. W. H. Luther and Mrs. A. P. Services at 11 a. m.; subject, "Pro- cost.Sunday school, 9 a. m. bags are ex-

to a message informing themof Farnell, of Oviedo, were shopping in bation After Death." Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. tensively by the Florida
Orlando yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday evening meeting, 7:45. No night service. Mass daily dur- Citrus Exchange and
the death of their son, Mr. Robert Third floor corner South Orange ing the week, except Monday. a
Lott, which occurred in that city Fri- Luther have just returned from avenue and Church street. Entranceon host of independent growers. -

day night. Waynesville, N. C. Church street. H. Kanner's great sale continues .

The twenty-fourth annual reunionof Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Abberger have Church until November 1st. 11-tf

the Florida division United Con- returned from a few weeks spent in Sunday Methodist school, 9:45; C. E. Howard, We can ship in any quantity

federate Veterans will be held in Chicago and Indianapolis, Mrs. Ab- superintendent. We insure your lire and loan you same day order is re-
Lakeland October 28th, 29th and 30th. berger visiting relatives at the latter Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. money on real estate at 6 per cent. Patented. ceived.
Epworth League, 6:45 p. m. Music interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,
We understand the railroads have place. by male quartet. Curry Balding! Tampa, Fla.
made a rate of one cent a mile plus :Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Beeman and Mr. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 325d&wtfGet
Price S1.50 Each or $18.00 Dozen
25 cents for the occasion. Lester Beeman returned last night p. m. per
I Ladies' Aid, Tuesday, 3 p. m. the news first in the Sentinel.
The S. J. Sligh packing house will from New York city in their large Epworth League officers installation P.O.B. Orlando.ALIEN'S

open next week under the manage touring car. Mrs. H. L. Beeman and will take place at the evening V .
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has just returned from West Vir- trip by auto.
be rendered:
ginia, where he spent the summer. I J Miss Annie L. Mallory, :Mrs. Wil- Morning- CO.

lie was accompanied here from Jack- liam R. O'Neal, and Miss O'Neal will Verset in D ________________ Batiste McCULLOCU'SDepartment
Antienne __________________ Batiste ,
sonville by A. J. Gruntler, who will .I be at home to their friends on Monday Postlude, "The Good Fight"______418
assist him in the operation of the afternoons in November and December -

plant.-Kissimmee Journal. I at "The Three Pines," 606 Traumerei Evening-(by request) ___Schumann ORLANDO FLA. D

Lake street, south. Abide With Me ____________Ashford i : Store ,
Morton II. Jones, the Winter Gar- I
Full organ postlude _________Batiste
den-Oakland auto bus man, declaresa Hereafter the business of the Or- I
Ford car is unbreakable and he is I lando Mutual Building and Loan As- Unitarian Church r 11 d]
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perfectly willing to prove it. Yes- sociation will be transacted at the Sickness in Miss Gordon's familyhas I *

terday he took eight people with sev- People's National bank, and the or- prevented her from but returning services will to | Jelly Tumblers '
month,
eral suit cases on his outbound trip, ganization is taking on new life. Several begin Orlando November this 1. '** :

but he says this is no record, having i 1 loans will probably be made Sunday.Sunday school at 10 a. m. every Fruit Jars ;; ; ; :;;:;;

carried as many as ten adults and I within a shqrt time to parties who Unity Circle meets every Wednesday 1

eight heavy suit cases in his Ford. will build homes. at 3 p. m.

lion. S. S. Griffin is some trader, I Regular printed program com-
and this propensity for rapid trading TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY menced last week. "Current Events," all kindsPreserving
leader, Mrs. Stanley, is the subjectfor OUR NEW GROCERYIs
denies his friends the pleasure of joy I Wednesday, October 28. .
riding with him. lie bought a seven I A. W. DOWDELL, plasterer, mason
passenger touring car yesterday and cement worker. 516 W. Church First Presbyterian Church the largest and finest in the city Our
St. Phone 420. 10-25-lm ,
Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor.
morning and had it sold before he W. R. Kettles stock is of the best
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; quality. Our prices
went to bed last night. However, he FORD TOURING CAR for sale, fine O'Neal, superintendent. reasonable.
is not only a trader in automobiles, condition with shock absorbers. I Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.,

having bought a business house yes- I $350. Box 93. Orlando. 25-lt by the pastor. I i South Orange Avenue
Morning sermon, "Need; Three ; ; PANSY PLANTS
terday in Apopka and having two I WANTED-Position as stenographer, Ways to Its Relief."

prospective customers before night. by lady with several years experience Night sermon, "The Power That dozen
hundred.
By
references if desired. AddressN. Will Conquer the World. or
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Mr. H. R. Alderman, one of the I ;
II., care Sentinel. 10-25-tf Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 7:30p.
commisioners of Clay county, spent m. "

Friday in Orlando. He was taken on NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, Miss Branch, organist; Forrest VENEER CORESALL EASTER LILIES
a sight seeing tour by Mr. J. T. to adults only. 409 Delaney street. Dabney Carr, director: Special mu-
free. Strangers and vis LENGTHS AND ANY
Chapman, Orange county's efficient 10-25-tf sic.itors Seats cordially invited to all services. QUANTITY Plant the bulbs now. We have them

road superintendent, and spoke in Special prices for October. also Narcissus.
highest praise of the work this coun- FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice First Baptist ChurchAt Stock up before cold weather.
is in the of construct- ly furnished rooms; gas, separate ( the Lucerne) FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
ty doing way bath; new house; adults only; reduc- Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., Also i: ;
ing good roads. He declared that this tion to yearly tennant. 604 Magnoliaavenue. pastor. OAK WOOD

county was far ahead of most coun- 10-25-tf Mr. Samuel A. Newell, superintendent THE SANITARY GROCERY
ties in good road work and that we of Sunday school; Mr. George W. Orlando Wood YardB.
SALE OR RENT Beautiful director of the choir; Mr. I
FOR Phillips,
roads for brick that CARUTHERS &
tearing GORE
are .
up
new cottage, Highland avenue and William S. Branch, Jr., organist. W. Kingsley, Proprietor
his county would like to have as their Park lake, in Sunshine Park. R. Sunday school will convene at PINE STREET AND R. R. Phone 200
Bruce Perry, at Water \Vorks. 9:30 a. m.Public Telephone 344
best.The time has come for planting 10-25-1m. I .worship at 10:45 a. m. and 9-30 I'L. 6 & 8 E. Pine Street .
7:30 m.Morning
shrubs and plants in Eola park, and FOR RENT-Furnished- room; pleas- p. subject, "A Light Unto . . . . 11MI . t i i MII i 1111 i 11Mlllll "

the park commission would greatly ant and convenient location; My Path."
gen-
Subject of evening sermon, "Whena 'IIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIII .1..1. . . .
appreciate it if any having plants or teel couple or ladies. 202 E. Robinson 25-3t Big Sinner and a Great Saviour : : : : : : : : : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...
shrubs to spare would give them to avenue. Met."

the park. A card or phone to Mrs. Special music at both hours. Morning I
A. B. Whitman would be all the notice FOR SALE-A fine young Jersey anthem, "Blessed Lord, Give Ear gb
milk cow, perfectly gentle, and to Thy Servants Now," bv Garrett-
necessary and the plants would be gives from 12 to 14 quarts of milk Neat.

sent for at the donor's convenience. per day. Only reason for selling is Evening anthem, "I Will Lift UpOSTEOPATHY
Following is a list of plants desired: that I have one more than I need.
Address or call at 29 Bryan street.
Palms, ferns, magnolias, plumbago, 10-25-6t
yellow elder, dwarf bamboo, hibiscus i I

(especially single), jenaranda, royal I For Sale

poinciana, japonica, rubber trees, gin- 30 Acres, citrus and vegetable land,
20 fenced, 10 cleared, crop on it now,
ger plant, conifers, cycads, roses, ready for planting trees this winter DR. J. C .HOWELL

holly, banana shrub, oleander (espe- and crop next spring; near school and Hours, 1012, 3.5, and by appointmentNo
cially white), sweet olive, Carolina church; half mile of railroad station; I I I
laurel cherry, allamanda' (yellow good neighborhood; four miles from i! extra charge tor nouse treatment
court house. Special price if taken in
bell), bougainvillea, star jessamine, I next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando. i i Telephone connections
Australian oak, rosea pietu. 10-25-tf i I I,Office cor. Orange and Central Are.


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PEOPLE'S) ] {fWAiNTSMUNXIMAKERS BUYERS AND SELLERSI number, Latiis and: S11i11gles -

buy, sell, rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla.,
over 30 }"ears. Have handled over
$20,000,000. Call and see me.
Notice *f Lost Wanted For Sal, Tor 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.If .
Kent eta. for this wlumn. 25c. fir tn,, fay,
SOe. for three day, or !Lt2 fir (J:. r.i. fir you have subscribed for the Sen- .
25 word or 1_ Money moat accom K.ny tinel and are not receiving your paper 'fR
.
the advertiMraenU for thin column a. noinatrtkna
you will do a favor by notifying
will be made on credit.
us at once.
ORLANDO
FOR RENT-Rooms for light hojre-
keeping. 307 East Pine street,rear Who is your painter and decorator<< ?
Cathedral school. 10-24-i3t If you are satisfied keep the one you
have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican,
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, near
Ne. 686. 1-20-tf
in, with all modern conveniences, Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimeFRvSI
well screened. 114 East Jackson St.
10-24-3t To be convinced of the producing

power of Sentinel want ads,-try one. >tttMtM MM. > > >> . . . . MM M . ,.. .. .
What $2750 FOR RENT OR SALE-Twenty-one 11'.111.11111111111..11111111.1..11111111111111111111111., '11111..1' .M
room house, suitable for boarding NEW ARRIVALWe
house. Three buggies, boat and wagon a
. Will Buy for sale. Apply 309 West Central have just opened a large new
avenue. Phone 294. 10-21-Ct stock af table linen, art linen, shirt- : : ESS
waist linen, towels, napkins, white
FOR RENT-Five room house, prac- counterpanes, and blankets. Get our
'" Let us show you-Why not tically new. Inquire Hand's Fur- prices before you buy.
put rent money into the pur- niture Store, Pine street. 10-20-tf 10-13-6t W. M. SLEMONS.T. .

chase of a home ? Where is FOR RENT-Furnished for light F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. Important friendships result from Ithe right introduction, and
the economy in paying out housekeeping, suite of large, pleasant Conscientious work at fair prices. '
perfectly good money every rooms; all modern conveniences; Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf the most important ones come through the right banking con-
month for rent, when these also two nice sleeping rooms; private
same good dollars can actually family 10-18-6t; close in. 312 North Main St. FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKINGAt nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We

be saved. To buy is to put -- 208 East Robinson avenue. Misses invite with where
you to open an account us a personal inter-
FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with
the rent money back into Berke, formerly with Miss Hovermale. :

your own pocket.We Lake garage! Lucerne.; elegantly Jas. A.furnished Knox. ; on 103lmDressmaking est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .

can show you new houses 8-27-tf H_ ;
ocd size lot. all close in. I
I =ail modern conveniences i I For Sale

ready to occupy at once. broke.Three Call good at one-half young mules mile east, well of I BANK & TRUST CO.

Call at our office, we will Conway store, or address Wm. V. Mrs. R. S. Cohoon has :
gladly furnish detailed in- Lear, Orlando. 10-20-luk

formation. resumed and is her dressmaking locatedin ::Jlllit1llillllllllllllllll.IIIII.llll/l..I/.1.//1..1:1: :::! \ \
FOR SALE-By Clarence W. Rose, now
308 North Main street, a Cote and Room 4, Way building, : --- -- -
ORlANDO BUILDING &lAND CO three lots. A 14-room house fur- .111.1111.11..1..1.11111.1111111.1..1..1..1111rill I' 11111 11111 11111 II' I'
nished, both close in. Please inves- on Orange avenue, where : .'MIIIIM. .. MMIMMMMMMCLOTHING. . . . . ..
II North Orange Avenue investigate. 10-14-10t she cordially invites all :

PHONE 608 ladies needing anythingin I
FOR SALE-Or trade for real estate the wearing. apparelline
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL automobile in
a five-passenger
nice shape. Address No. 112 West to call and see her.

FRED B. DALEC. Church street, city. 10-4-1m
H. BRYANT !

DAVIS GILES. Counsel.F. FOR SALE-One or both of a team .
A. PEPPERCORN Contractor. of black mares, weight 1100 and Our new stock ofWinter
Real Estate
1200. Good drivers, single or double.C. Boughtand
.. E. Enlow, Winter Park, Fla.
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DIPLOMACY UNDER DIFFICULTIES 9-18-tf FOR SALE-A No.1 saddle mare, --Sold.- I Fall and ClothingMade |

or buggy horse. Address, careWright's City Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash
Box 567. 9-2-tf
Brand Whitlock is by no means a and $1.00 per week buys a Lot

man without a country, but he is an FOR SALE-One Underwood type-
envoy extraordinary and a minister writer in good condition; one Burrough's RENTS COLLECTED. by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in
plenipotentiary who has lost the government adding machine, used only ,
months, and Reading stand-
two one
to which he was accredited.The ard motorcycle, in good shape. Bar- N. P. HATCHERORLANDO and anxious for to
king of the Belgians and his ministers gains on quick sale. Call or address, we are you see our
are fugitives in France. Ger- J. C. Sigler, Winter Park, Fla.
many occupies Brussels and is ruling 10-9-tf ,FLORIDA New Styles and high class tailoring. Best

with an iron hand the greater part of Office at Pinehurst ParkP. ,

} Belgium. Although Mr. Whitlock remains For Sale-Silver Cluster Grape O. Box 281
at the capital, devoting him Fruit and Valencia late orange buds. 10-8-lm place in the city to buy clothing.
Vigorous stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2
self chiefly to the relief of civilian years old.9232m .
inhabitants, it is reported that the H. C. McDANIEL.

lomatic invaders mission have intimated is at an that end. his dip- FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine Wood Wood Wood W. M.MMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMiMMMMMMMI
hammock land; eight in grove; the SLEMONS
No such issue as this was raisedin present crop of oranges will be from ,
.
the case of Elihu B. Washburne, 750 to 1.000 boxes; 500 trees all told, Excellent Core Pine Wood Sup
who was minister to France from ready for setting-10 acres in lake,
one and quarter miles from Apopka. plied in any quantity
1869 to 1877. accreditedto
Originally Price, $5,000. Address W. II. Box IieiMMMMIMlMMMMMMMM
the emperor of the French, he remained 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf '. MM . MMMM . . .
at his post under the com SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE
mittee of national defense, during the FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. CHMMMMiCMMMMMMMMMMMMHMiMMMMMIMIIMMMMMMMIiWatch .
of Frank Pine Cas- STRANDS OR MORE ., .. .... .. "
Inquire Phillips, "

terror Prussian of occupation the Commune, throughout and for the the tle. 9-18-tf ; ; ;;;:;;


Belgium first years never of needed the present a United republic.States Desk FOR and SALE-A Chair. Been good used Roll very Top lit- ELDREDG BARLOW 1..e ;; t 11 11I

minister more than it does today, and tle. Call on W. C. Sherman, Rock Telephone 375
unless Mr. Whitlock shall receive his Building, opposite San Jua Hotel.
recall from Washington, he is likelyto 10-8-tf South Street, near A. C. L.

follow the president's example and
MISCELLANEOUSTHREE Tracks
"stay on the job" until events deter-

mine his status as well as that of 911mOrlando's
Belgium. New York World. ROOMS AND BATH, fur- I
nished or unfurnished, for light
housekeeping; electric lights; new
Eat all you want. house. Phone Johnson, 67. 24-6t Big-
Eat what you want. i
Take a postscript and forget it. WANTED-Salesman and Col-
For sale by all druggists. lector, apply to Singer! Sewing Machine : Real Es-
l-7-d&w-lyr Co., Orlando, Fla. 10-14-tf gest
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POINTED PARAGRAPHS FURNISHED ROOMS-If you are in this Space
search of rooms, furnished or unfurnished tate Bargain
call on or address F. E.
Every thinks she's worth
woman 'Taylor, 1008 Ilughey. lIe can supply
her weight in gold. your wants. Any number of roomson
Contrariness is often mistaken for any floor. Apartments to please 3 acres on one of the main streets
tenacity.A every one. 10-24-6t
that will be paved by Christmes. Cor-
man loses his appetite if forcedto
Don't wait for every one in town to
eat his words. have Entrican the painter, before ner property and is set to Grapefruit,

Marriage is seldom a failure if both you try. Am too busy to look you .Oranges, Tangerines and Pecans, all
members of the combine attend strict- up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
ly to business. job. 1-20-tf in bearing. Good Four Room Bung

Wives can't understand why hus- FURNISHED ROOMS and board, for alow furnished. Good Garage and
bands need pin money. six adults. Address Kentucky Home, the
Barn. Owner leaving countryand
Talk is cheap, yet some people havea 511 Palmer street, Orlando, Lake
mania for trying to monopolize it. Cherokee. 10-17-1m will sacrifice this property at
Kincaid SnowdenI
When some people do good by
WANTED TO EXCHANGE a large only $4000.
stealth they manage to let it be found Shetland pony for a larger horse.
out by accident.A Reel's Steam Laundry, 814 N. Orange
! lazy man wants to paddle his avenue, or phone 654. 9-29-tf Cooper Atha I

own canoe by proxy. Low Priced Furniture House. II
The fellow who passes a scandal T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. 114 South Orange Ave, Ground Floor

along it. is as bad as the one who started Phone Conscientious 629. 106 work Court at St.fair 8-23-tf prices. Phone No. 311 I. Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando; Florida i I


! The three speediest things thatcan't Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's --- ---- . I r !. !. !.!! !!!H II #H f iNi+H
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fly in the air are the kangaroo, Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
the ostrich and the dollar. U.C.V. Reunion - -- I

The fact that a man carries hiswife's REEL'S STEAM LAUNDRY has add-I _<._" ., A. B. MOOREPlain 1
I ed the latest collar ironing machinery RDCARRIAGE "' I
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picture in his watch is no evi- ; guaranteed not to tear; every LAKELAND I
l dence that he doesn't go to a burlesque collar turned by hand; one trial and and Decorative Painting I
I show once in a while. you will always be my customer. -AND-
Abe Martin says: "After some fel Reel's Steam Laundry (for whites I OCTOBER 2830Low Paperhanging and Kalsominin I

lers git up in the morning, the hardest only). Phone 654. 10-24-6t Rate Excursion Tickets BAGGAGE TRANSFER DR. L H. RAMSDELu First-class work wood material and !

f part of their day's work is done. Try the Sentinel for your next job will be sold October 26272829 OPTOMETRIST i reasonable prices. No j b too large !
, printing. Prices very reasonable. j with final limit November2nd. (Sacceaaor: to Dr. O. P. Latin) or too small. Drop me a postal and !
we will talk it over.
1, Look at the label on your paper; Workmanship the best. Call or phone L. T. HARRELL. Prop. ORLANDO FLORIDA i 1
it shows the month and the year to when in need of job work. ATLANTIC COAST LINE
which your subscription is paid. Sub- Standard Railroad of the SouthA. Piano and Furniture WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES A. B. MOORE 4

scription accounts are due in advance. Biggest per cent of profit ever is W. FRITOT, D.P.A. Moving a Specialty AND DO ALL KINDS OF
. derived from the use of the Sentinel's 138 Went Bay SU Jacksonville, Fla.J. P. O. Box 524, Orlando
G. KIRKLAND, D.P.A. PHONE 487 I '"
St. REPAIRING
8 E. Church OTICAL lv-9-ln
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ROYALIST UPRISING IN far as it can, of a comparativelysmall join in." ,

nation against which it had no We are prepared to make almost I H .

possible cause of complaint. The any sacrifice for the good of our glorious -
PORTUGAL FAILS
; representative from Massachusetts country, but having to hotfootit

I, should consider the difference betweenthe around so much in the interest of w '.. '"f AkLtY-

MONARCHISTS BEATEN AT necessity to be prepared for war this little literary delight, we must
in Europe and in America, and the decline to lead this great sockwearing j
EVERY POINT DECISIVELY
I difference in the war sentiments of extravagance.-Sarasota Sun.

the two continents, and be thankful
I that his lot is cast in America.
FOR SALE BY II. C. McDANIEL 1
Attempted Revolution Seems to'i Honor and justice have the same B

Have Been a Feeble Affair, f I meaning when applied to national life 7 Room stucco cottage, near Eola;
that they have when applied to pri- located right; built right; will be sold .
According to Reports ,j right. !
vate life.-London (Ont.) Advertiser.
From Lisbon i 21 of Orlando's most desirable
I building lots, near Lake Eola; will be
sold only to people agreeing to build
Oct. 23. The GOVERNMENT BY LAWYERS
Lisbon, Portugal, houses in keeping with the location. ;
monarchists of Portugal made attempts From 1909 to 1913, inclusive, Amer- 10 Acres on north side of Lake 7

October 21st to effect upris- ican legislatures, national and state, Ivanhoe, overlooking Orlando; all
cleared suited for home site
; a ; good
outbreaks at
ings. There were va-
laws. the j
enacted 62,014 new During land.
rious places, especially in the northern same period the decisions of national 18 1-2 Acres land, about 17 acres in ti
part of Portugal, which for a time and state courts filled 630 ponderous 5 year old budded grapefruit and oranges -
2 1-2 miles from city limits 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON
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was cut off from telegraphic commu- 1
be-
volumes. To support his assertion overlooks 4 lakes; nothing better in :
nication with Lisbon.A fore the National Bar association thatwe Florida for the price. '

sharp conflict took place and at Ma- have too many laws, many of them 10-23-1m 11 Hrs p:>wer GUARANTEED Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic .'
Between
fra 100 civilians some
vague, uncertain and well calculatedto Mechanical Oil and 66 Refinements j
republican troops. breed litigation, Senator Root cited Up to date painting, papering, etc., Pump, Step-Starter ;

The civilians were led by a lieutenant these impressive figures. lie might is the kind you want. Where to get

who seized the arsenal. The have added that lawyers themselvesare it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. S275.OO

troops were victorious. An insurgent largely to blame for existing con- Entrican. 1-20-tf I

band numbering 200 men was pur- ditions. & I!
Wright ffllpert "AiT-:
sued to the mountains. Considerably more than one-half of LIST YOUR PROPERTYwith ::1
at'
Portions of the railroad track
the members of congress are lawyers, me now, while I have the timeto
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and trains were derailed. A colonel the same preponderance in most of with the talking I made the
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and two sergeants were arrested at the state legislatures. For the great largest number of sales last winter LAUNDRY MMMMMMMMCMMfMfltBtMIMMMIMMMH
Santarem and many monarchistswere and expect to do even better this win
bulk of the laws passed, lawyers are
taken into custody in Lisbon. : responsible. They write them, they ter.rive,My and prospects it might are cause beginnig you to to losea ar- Your general laundry work, French j THE CHASE & CO

enact them, in many cases they give sale by putting it off. Call todayat dry cleaning and pressing will be ap-
TRUE NATIONAL HONOR them executive approval and in the my new offices in the Watkins preciated. Satisfaction and service
courts alone they interpret them. If building and list your property. guaranteed. Open September 28th. PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs
WALTER W. ROSE, Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry, :
Say, what is honor? 'Tis the finest laws are bad, redundant and incon- Real Estate. Phone 555. for whites only. 9-25-tf modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-

sense I sistent and the administration of jus- .. date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the
Of justice which the human mind can .
frame, tice tardy and unequal, lawyers are
Intent each lurking frailty to disclaim chiefly to blame, for the matter is in > MUMM PROPER PACKING

And guard ,the way of life from all their Senator own Root's hands. suggestion was that SPRAY NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE FIRST AID TO
offense HIGHEST PRICESwhich
Suffered or done.Representative. the people must have expert assist- SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY
ance in their legislation, meaning, of however, would not accomplish the end desiredby

Gardner of Massachusetts course, more lawyers. On the face of the grower, if he did not also have available the ser-

has introduced a resolutionin the record, we should say that the Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale, Rust :Mite ', I vices

the house at Washington havingfor remedy indicated is to take govern- and Red Spider that is hit. Removes sooty mold ofTHE
its object an investigation of the ment out of the hands of lawyers ex- CHASE & CO
and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September -
state of preparedness for war of the clusively and confide it to the people. Ii
and October of the best months for
United States. In introducing his Those who rule by assumption as are two SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

motion, he said he knew "that a pub- those who rule by divine right usually spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents insects ,
which, with selling forces thoroughly organized :
expe-
lic search would open the eyes of botch the job.-New York World. from sapping trees all winter, and brings them rienced, competent and reliable. .

Americans to a situation which is being out in a good, healthy condition in the spring, thus
concealed from them." He said GIVES THE GROWER
FOOD FOR A HUNGRY WORLD insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom.J. .
also: "The United States is totally' HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS
unprepared for war, defensive or of- The record breaking wheat crop of
fensive against a real power. In my the United States this year is badly SCHNARR & CO., Orlando, Florida.Schnarr's CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED

opinion, the effect of the vast sums of needed. The world total reported to GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS
the department of agriculture is 50- Insecticide will not injure the White Fly
money spent by Carnegie in his peace
9-9 D. and W 2-M
and Fungi.
bushels below last year's
000,000
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from a military point of viewis yield of 1912. __ j: Main Office, Jacksonville, FloridaA.
290-
The United States can spare II
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000,000 bushels for export. Exceptas i R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla.
United States does not need to i
for It occupies a placein Europe's inability to buy may !4 9-30-d&w
war.
prepare
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the world not liable to attack. Its I make it so, this is not enough. Fire, I 'j 'IIIIIIIII"'IIIIIIIIOIII'II i t" MM MMMMIMfrj ,
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men of great wealth, such as Carnegie 1 r [ m anJ
have the highest sense of honor I waste of armed of raids and armies the heightened will-
striving
and justice in spending vast sums to hunger
secure the peace of the world. Car- 'I' reduce the supply. The poor must THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S

negie and those associated with him turn to substitutes or tighten their I

are supported by public opinion and I befts. !
by President Wilson, exPresidentTaft I There is little hope that next year ; Packers and Shippers of Citrus TRANSFERDr.

Senator Root. Secretary Bryan .will show any improvement. North- i

and other statesmen. It is not liable'I ern France, east Prussia, western Po- I Fruits and Vegetables. i B. D. WIENANGA, Prop.

to attack, and has no desire to attack. land, are not now regions that tempt

The government of the United States :farmers to sow in confidence of reap- I will operate alone under above name and shall appreciate I Livery Draying and
has shown its willingness to submitall I ing. Even regions far from the shock HaulingWE
the business of all who have and any; who have
questions to arbitration. In this !of battle are handicapped; with 20- I I

way its public honor keeps pace with I 00,000 men under arms, the crops not patronized me in the last three years. For informa-

private honor. us national honor becomes i, must be what women, children and l I tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossing I GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE

"the finest sense of justice the aged men can make them.It : of Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure I II
which the human mind frame." is the province and privilege of I
can building, which I am equipping with Mauld's latest machinery !
It in practice the that the United States this year to feed a
puts principles
world. There is I and can consequently give you same service AUTO AUTO BUS AND
will lead to the "brotherhood of man." hungry as yet no TRUCK
What a contrast there is between I indication that this great service will t which has always spoken for itself. tt t

life in a nation that is not preparedfor not be even more necessary in 1915.- I :My efforts will be to sell all Dossible before resorting for
Country Driving Eight or Ten Solicited 2
;New York World.
war, that does not want to be or to distribution.
need to be prepared, and that is will- '
to submit to arbitration all RUBE FLATLY REFUSES I HORSES FOR SALE E
ing questions EE
W. A. DADE Gen. Manager. |
between it and any other nation, Orlando Sentinel: "Florida editors ,
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weak or strong, and life in a nation unable to buy a bale of cotton may 9-18-2m 'Phone 257. Orlando, Floridao f fi
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that spends forty years in continuous I at least agree to wear socks, now that I 1

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Berlin Germany via Rome, Oct. 24.
-Count Goldschmidt-Rothschild whois
attached to the American Red

Cross units which have undertaken

hospital work in Germany has just
come to Berlin to procure certain

medical necessities for the American ',: .2::) '
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hospitals.lie reports that the American doctors ; ; I
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and nurses are at Gleiwitz in j tJ \ t
I Silesia, where two purely American .
For To-day--- hospitals have been established. The : I
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hospitals are now receiving wounded i

Tomorrow and every other day, you'll finda direct from the battle front a num- ;. E
ber of men being brought in from the I
check account with the State Bank mighty
fighting at Ivangorod. The nurses : DO YOU
UNDERSTAND
handy in keeping an accurate record of your are quartered comfortably in the hos- I I
affairs. pitals themselves while the doctors
money reside outside. The Americans have : How you can personally fee benefit. ; ;
Take note-how many business men been given a warm welcome. :
ted by the advantages accruing to
pay you in cash? Very few-for businessmen

cannot take chances by carrying m Jney MORE SICKNESS AMONG SOL- the commmunity byThe
DIERS THAN MARINES AT
about. The safe way is the business-like VERA CRUZ

way-our bank checks. Federal Reserve Act ?

Washington Oct. 24.The percentage -
Try paying with checks. ,
of sickness the American
among Call, telephone or write and we will ,
military forces at Vera Cruz was :
The State Bank of Orlando higher for the army but lower for the .:;. ''. mail our booklet--just out---which :
marines for the week ending October
'
: explains this act and
fully
clearly. :'..
21st than for the previous week. A .
.: ..
statement issued by the war depart- ,
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ment showed that the sick rate for ..

the week ended October 21st was 1.97 i }

per cent. for the army and 1.79 percent ,
for the marines against 1.37 .'. < '" .:.,
I Ii per cent. for the army and 2.05 percent .
i /' ':-
I for the marines for the preced- .,
800 HORSES AND MULES FOR II. Kanner's great sale continues I J" .: 'A','::!
ing week. The number of those re- :
THE ALLIES until November 1st. 11-tf
maining sick at the end of the week c
was 79 compared with 57 for last ?
New Orleans La., Oct. 24.-Load- Try Sentinel classified advertise-

ing of the British steamer Anglo-Bo- ments if wanting to buy sell or rent week. : riric:
They are money makers. :0 .f
livian with 800 horses and mules began I Practically House new;for 8 Sale rooms bath, 2 if. 0'-I

today. The vessel is expected to FOR SALE-Good boat wagon; can i I fire places, electric lights gas butler's -
be used for hunting; cheap. II. be bricked
street to
clear for Bordeaux France where it pantry; ;
is said the animals will be landed for McDaniel. C.I I neighborhood first class. ChaunceyHolt .
I I I 601 Magnolia avenue. ,: : :' '," ... .. ',
use in the allies' armies. Get the news in the Sentinel first. I 10-25-eod-4t I I -'' .: > .

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OSCAR HAND & SON CLEARANCE SALE ANNOUNCEMENT

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On 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

t and General House Furnishings at A DISCOUNT OF 23: PER CENT; SOME 20 PER CENT, 15 PER CENT AND 10 PER CENT OFF REGULAR PRICES.
Every article in our store is marked in plain figures, original tickets are on the goods, the discount will be deducted from same. All of you know the kind of Goods this store sells-come, see for yourself and take advan-
tage of this opportunity. It will mean a big saving for )'ou.OSCAR.

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r This is not only a formal showing of new Fall Goods, and the THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPREHENSIVE EXPOSI- MESSALINE SATINS a soft dress satin, rich in
latest and most correct fashions, but a sale of decided money saving TION IT HAS BEEN OUR PLEASURE TO PRESENT. The colors and quality all the new and wanted shades.W 85e
V possibilities as well; the importance of which cannot be too most exclusive models; the best values at the commence of the sea- inches wide $1.00 quality _
i strongly emphasized. You are always sure of the lowest prices son; the widest choice and the most fascinating styles in Coats CRYSTAL BENGALINE this soft and rich cord
at TilE BIG STORE. and Wraps for the particular Women as yet offered at this Pop- $2.00
t At the COMMENCEMENT of the season silk in a beautiful black 36 inches wide at_
when the assortments are complete and the new things most in ular Womens Store.
L demand, our goods are NOT marked at prices as high as we think $15.00 Coats Special for this Sale______-'_______________ $12.75 CREAM SERGE 56 inches wide strickly all wool,
i- we might get but are offered NOW at our uniformly low percentage $20.00 Coats Special for this Sale______________________ 17.75 an exceptionally good value at $1.25 especially priced "! f\\
[ of profit. We know we save you money-we want you to $25.00 Coats, Special for this Sale______________________ 19.75 at----------------------------------------------- $ .
know it. "Good Goods at lowest prices at all times" is our Motto. 30.00 Coats Special for this Sale____________________ 24.75 SERGES, all
Innumerable for this Sale____________________ wool 54 inches wide in cream, navy 1 OC
money saving chances all over the store will sub- $35.00 Coats Special 28.75 and black $
stantiate these claims. $40.00 Coats Special for this Sale______________________ 32.50 really worth $1.50 special at____________ .
AN UNPARALLELLED SALE OF WOMEN'S AND MISSES $50.00 Coats Special for this Sale______________________ 39.75 BROAD CLOTHS 54 inches wide satin faced
I HIGH GRADE SUITS AND COATS. HUNDREDS OF NEW chiffon finished, sponged and shrunk, all the newSATIN
NEW SILKS AND DRESS GOODS.
shades $1.50
at _
AND BECOMING SUITS AND DRESSES._ Here you will find __ __ ___
Our utmost bent for
energies were upon securing
beautiful duplicates of Paris Models, brought out of the City of good values that this initial sale may be a brilliant you exceptionally suc-- LOAD CLOTHS Chiffon weight sponged -
Style just before the war These reproductions are better than and shrunk soft and graceful 54
cess. The reward of our efforts can best be determined by the inches wide, a
the originals, because more attention is given to smallest details, merchandise we offer and the price we offer them atYou are very superior quality in black only__________-_-_____ $2.50
which make the .
styles more attractive.WE the and have doubt but what
judges we no you will pronounce SHEPHERD CHECKS in all wool
FEATURE A WONDERFUL SELECTION OF NEW them to be the best values in new desirable and dependable mer- popular for suits and skirts, 36 to 56 inches suitings wide very and

FALL SUITS. Look around and compare our values and you will chandise you ever bought. Don't fail to be among the early priced 50 cents 75c, 90c and up to__________________ $2.25
agree none equal THE BIG STORE in value giving. comers.
SATIN METORS, in the language of Silks. Satin CHALLIES new imported all wool, white
REDINGOTE MODEL SUITS. Faced Fabrics take first place with Dame Fashion; a grounds with Black Lilac, Blue and Pink designs; also

All ultra smart; the coats with the long military lines being fabric of deep shimmering shades, 40 inches wide$' 2.29 small greys designs Wistarias at Copenhagens_____________and____Navy______ground_______with_ 50e
extremely popular. You are taking no chance at THE BIG $2.50 quality for _________________________________ ___
STORE, for we have carefully gone over all the leading designers SILK POPLINS, a new and notable number in our THREE EXTRA SPECIAL LOTS OF WOOL DRESS GOODS.
stocks and as a result, you have the most approved styles for silk store; a fabric adaptable to the mode of the mo- CJ1 25
y the coming fall and winter. ment, 40 inches wide, priced at $1.00 and____________ 'f TABLE NUMBER 1. Wool Dress Goods in plain
colors
The materials are Broad Cloth, Serge, Wool Poplin Garba- CREPE DE CHINE, the new Crepe De Chines are extra ,special plaids and at___fancy_____weaves________65___and____75___cent____values______ OI/C Q Q
here rich in
and
dine Diagonals and Novelty effects in all the wanted colorings superior quality 40 inches Cl
I,I regular shades our* wide $1.75 quality for______________________________ p 1 .48 TABLE NUMBER 2. Wool Dress Goods in Alba-

$25.00 models, _______________________ trous, Serges Shepherd Checks and Fancy Weaves,
specially priced at 48e
$20.00 and $22.50 models, specially- priced at_-__________ $19.75i 17.75 $1.50 quality for -------___________________________ $1.39TAFFETA 75c to 85c, values extra special at__________________

i E $15.00 models Specially priced at______________________ 12.75 SILKS pure dye, chiffon finish as softas TABLE NUMBER 3. This lot consists of Serges
, $30.00 models, speciallpriced at________________________ 24.75 satin rich colorings new tinted evening shades 36 \Vool. Taffeta: plain and fancy weaves, $1.25 values. QC
$35.00models, specially priced at________________________ 28.75 inches wide $1.50 quality at-_______________________ $1 .00 extra special at____________________________________ OOCPOPLINS
$$40.00models specially! priced at________________________ 32.50
.l $50.00 models specially priced at______________________ 39.75 $1.75 quality at --_____________-_______________--__ $1.48 in Cotton all the new shades in plain 25e
and fancy weaves 35 cent quality ________________

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