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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 27, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE MORNING SENTINEL






VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1911. NUMBER 221.





GERMANS[ BEGAN StllliNHNIUPORT [ FARMERS OF ORANGE REAL COUNTY BACKBONE:I! MRS.ANOTHER CARMAN TRIAL DEMANDS'!W. C. M1EAN HAS RECEIVED HISCOMMISSION





AS NEW POSTMASTER
SAYS SECRETARY HOWARDOF EXPECTED ACQUITTAL AND

[ YrSTfRDAY NOON TilE'nOAHD OF 'I. COLLAPSED WHEN JURY | -- I -

t, TRADE DISAGREED ; VALUABLE PIECE PAPER
I r-= = MARKETS OF V/ORLO/ OPEN ARRIVED FROM WASH

SUCCEEDED IN CROSSING I, Farmers and Fruit Growers Are Bail Fixed at $ 5OOQ and De-

THE YSER IN GREAT FEDERAL RESERVE BANKS I,I, Especially Welcome at the fendant in Noted :Murder TO COTTON SHIPMENTS i IXGTOYESTERDAY

I Rest Room Provided by Case Has Returned to

FORCE OPEN NOVEMBER 16 I Commercial Body Her Home NEUTRAL SHIPS :MAY ENTER Will TAKE OVER OFFICE SUNDAY


JAPAN MAKES DEMAND OF U. S.I Editor Sentinel-I notice communi- ::Mineola N. Y., Oct. 26.-The jury HARBORS OF NATIONS I -

OPENING OF NEW SYSTEM: cations as to a rest room for farmers.As which tried Mrs. Carman, wife of Dr. AT WAR II If Postmaster O'Neal, Who Is in

WILL PUT $100,000,000 IN secretary of the Orlando Board of Edwin Carman, a Freeport physician I Chicago, Returns in Timeto

Austrian Cruiser Sunk in Harbor CIRCULATIONThis Trade and a member of the committee in whose office :Mrs.: Bailey was shot Great Britain Gives Assurance I

Kiau Chau-Servians to secure suitable rooms for so- and killed on June 30, could not agree That There Will Be No In- i I, Be Checked Out

Bos- Huge Sum Is Expected to called 'rest room," may I say that yesterday after deliberating more terference and Cotton I' Saturday

Report Victory on Greatly Relieve the Cotton there has been nothing in the pro- than thirteen hours. It was said the Not Contraband

nian Frontier Growers of the ceedings of the Board of Trade to jury stood ten for acquittal and two I Bearing the signature of President

count out the farmer. I consider the for conviction.The Woodrow Wilson and Postmaster
South Washington, Oct. 26.-Senators and j
farmer and fruit grower the real district attorney had announcedhe General A. S. Burleson, the commis-
Paris Oct.
26.-Special.-( ) representatives from the South were I
backbone of the county and the great- would not seek to have Mrs.Carman sion of Mr. W. C. :McLean: as Orlan-
Washington, Oct. 26.-Steps to set gratified today by the action of Great
The Germans bc/mbarding/
are est asset we have. I speak of the tried again. Her own counsel, on the i do's postmaster for the next four
Britain in announcing it would not interfere ,
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Nieuport after forcing a cross I in motion the machinery of the twelve i resident farmer and the prospective other hand, said he would demand a with American years arrived yesterday. Postmaster
cotton as "con-
[i I federal reserve banks under the new farmer. A large part of those who new trial as he would not permit the O'Neal is now in Chicago, but is ex-
ing of the Yser in great force traband of war." Assurances to that
II banking system the opening for busi- frequented the rest room last year indictment to hang over his client. effect Ambassador pected to return Friday, in which
were given Pageat
between Dixmude and Nieuport.The I ness for which has been fixed officially were farmers from other places on Mrs. Carman was said to be in a state London by Sir Edward Grey, Brit- event Mr. McLean will present his

back the leave of absence to Orlando for the of collapse today as a result of thejury's commission and take the officeon
main over
body pressed
ish minister
by Secretary McAdoo for Novem- for foreign affairs who
purpose of studying farming condi- failure to acquit her. November 1st, next Sunday.The .
main Belgian line six miles ber 16, were being taken here today confirmed his government's action ina
tions in Florida. Several of the When the jury appeared last nightto transfer of the office to the
cablegram to the British embassy
south of the latter city but the by the federal reserve board. Confi- talks given at intervals during the report disagreement, Dr. Edwin here. Ambassador Page in advisingthe new postmaster involves a great deal

invaders' advance was halted dence was expressed that the early season were along these lines. Carman, the defendant's hucband, state department also reported of clerical work and the complete
I noticed that a number of farmers who had been sitting in the courtroom
the
opening of the reserve. banks would that the British ship Camperdown checking up of accounts, with the
when the bending allied lines and fruit growers looked in upon conversing with friends, joinedhis sending of all moneys on hand, ex-
aid conditions in the South brought on laden with American cotton and pro-
stiffened and met their attack the winter visitors during their so- wife at the counsel table. Mrs. cept money order funds, to the department -
ducts, detained at Stornaway Scotland
by the European war and be of as- -
journ in the rooms of rest and frequently Carman appeared tired and fearful. at Washington. All the
with a furious counter assault. sistance in the general business situ- our citizens were holding lit- Her hair was disheveled and her for- was not held because of her stamps and supplies will have to be
manifest but account of dis-
on
But the Germans were able to ation throughout the country. Emer- tle seances with groups of interested merly immaculate costume wrinkled. a checked up and receipted for by the
agreement between her owners and
gency conditions in the South in par- prospectives.The Robert Ludlum, foreman, an- and all
bring up heavy siege guns and the charter party. new postmaster, registeredmail
ticular prompted the secretary to des- committee now existing was nounced: on hand will be turned over to

about noon a violent fusillade ignate an early date for the openingof formed as a special committee to secure "We have been arguing for eight : Southern senators had requestedthe the new postmaster, he giving a descriptive -
state department to ask the belligerent -
was directed from a German the reserve banks.In the rooms.Ve have no right to or nine hours and we have been con- countries to receipt for each package or "
give assurances
an official statement Secretary control the rooms. Without doubt a versing for the balance of the time. letter.
battery on the Belgian positionsin that shipments of American cotton to
McAdoo said he had decided upon No- room committee will be appointed in We can not agree." Even the keys to the lock boxes
the outskirts of Nieuport.At neutral or belligerent nations would
vember 16th, following a conference good time, but I have no doubt every- At the suggestion of John J. Graham will all have to be accounted for, and

midnight an official com- with the reserve board and because of body will be welcome and especiallyour Mrs. Carman's chief counsel,the not be seized or detained. the outgoing postmaster will have to
The action of the British
munication, issued by the war the emergency situation in the South, own farmers. In fact, it wouldbe jury "was asked whether it was the govern- pay for all keys not accounted for at
ment forestalled action the state
office, in conveying the startlingnews believing the banks will be of aid to most desirable that our farmers, evidence they could not agree on. and will allow by the safe the rate of twenty cents each. Uncle
department
of the attack on Nieuport, that section and benefit other partsof who know how things should be done "It is not a question of evidence of American Sam does not allow even the smallest
movement cotton to
the country. The directors and should meet and confer with pros- your honor," said John H. Goelin, any item to be overlooked.Mr. .
adds that the Germans' effort point, including Germany, where a
governors of the twelve reserve banksat pective farmers from other states juror No. 9. "We have gone over the McLean was naturally
fair market is said to exist. The atti- very
against the allies' position far in
a meeting Washington recently who want to know. evidence carefully and we can not much gratified at the quick acceptance -
tude of the British it is
south of Dixmude continued voted against opening on November16th And then all of the summer time, reach a verdict." government of his bond and prompt for-

with unabated fury all duringthe and expressed their preferencefor if the rooms are retained, there will The justice thanked the jury for its ference thought with means there n-contraband will be no inter- warding of his commission but he is
car- 1
November 30th. be none but home folks to occupy the attention to the evidence and then any elated the successful
no more over
day, but, according to the
from neutral carriedin
I I Secretary McAdoo made it evident rooms and what's the matter with discharged it. goes a country outcome pf the fight made by him

French estimate, does not ap- 'that under the new system the federal the farmers making use of them alto- As the jurors passed out, Mrs. Car- neutral ships even though con- than are the friends who stood by

pear to accomplish any result government would be able by de- gether? man burst into tears: signed to a belligerent. Cotton never him so loyally, and to whom he feels
has been listed either absolute
whatever.A I posits from the general fund of the Of course this is all subject to the "Oh!" she exclaimed "I am terribly as or under lasting obligations.LEO .

night attack with great ferocity i treasury in reserve banks to help producers Board of Trade, but, as secretary, I disappointed. I felt sure the jury conditional contraband, but some car-
have been detained and certain
has been delivered along 1 of cotton. The new reserve venture to say that the Board feels would acquit me." goes FRANK TAKING HIS LAST
insurance have refused
to
reouirements which will become op- most friendly to all our producers, of After the jury passed through the companies CHANCE BEFORE SUPREME

the entire front between LaBassee erative when the banks are opened, whatever sort for the thing that the door Mrs. Carman fainted.. She was issue policies. I COURT

and Somme by the Germans, according to Mr. McAdoo, will release secretary seeks to impress upon all quickly revived and continued her The British ambassador, Cir Cecil

but the allies have been able to more than $100,000,000 of money now inquirers is that the farmer and the journey to her cell in the jail. Spring-Rice in a statement has given Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 26.Argumenton

hold the invaders to their posi- held by national banks as reserves fruit grower are especially wanted, Dr. Guy Clegghorn, the jail physi- assurances "that cotton is not on the a motion to set aside the verdictby
list of contraband and will be
and will materially increase the loan- and from the ranks of our winter res- cian, was summoned. He said she not which Leo M. Frank was found

tions.While the Germans have driven ing power of the banks. idents we hope to get them.Respectfully was on the verge of a nervous col seized. guilty of the murder of Mary Phaganon

lapse. April 26, 1913, was begun before
forward at one point in Bel- C. E. HOWARD, Mrs. Carman was released today on the state court here today. 1 1I
CHULUOT NEW HOTEL[ supreme
the allies have forced PROOF THAT GERMANS Board of Trade. I
gium an Sec. Orlando $25,000 bail in King's county supreme The motion is based on the ground j

advance at another until the URBURI OF court in Brooklyn. She started immediately that the defendant was not present in j
FORMER: PRESIDENT
once jagged line now shows SHOOT PRISONERSCLAnlED ARGENTINA DEAD for home at Freeport. OPENS THANKSGIVING court when the verdict was read.

great bends and sharp angles as ; This is the only Frank proceeding -A

Buenos Ayres, Argentina Oct. 26. Century music lOc. Popular 15c. now pending in the courts, all other :
result of these isolated
a suc-
TO BE IN POSSESSION -Dr. Jose Urburi former presidentof classics 15c. to 25c. All the latest. HAS BEEN CHRISTENED pleas in his behalf having been lost i
cesses, with no general yielding died here Sunday. "LAKESIDE INN"-\IOD-:
OF THE FRENCHGOVERNMENT Argentina, Curtis & O'Neal. on appeal. ,

recorded. -- ERN THROUGHOUT Frank was convicted of the murder J
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Government > >
Von Moltke Replaced German Prisoners Have Sworn ...:,.. .........WfciZC i*ai.ti.i "'..,,"- North Chuluota Rapidly Developing Atlanta. In their arguments J
Miles Frank's counsel alleged that while the i
London, Oct. 26.Special.A ( .) That They Were Ordered to I and Many of
Bill Never Be Acted jury was deliberating, the defendant'sIlife
May Upon Streets Are Graded and
wireless from Berlin Shoot Those Capturedand
says: : '. was in danger; that the "air

"General Von Moltke has been Did So -- Hard_SurfacedThe +I I about the court room was surchargedwith

temporarily replaced by General Washington Oct. 26Special.( ) the measure was proposed only to act Lakeside Inn, North Chuluota's mob violence," and that the trial i

Von Falkenheim, who was chiefof Washington Oct. 26.The French President Wilson paved the way today as a club to scare the owners of for- judge suggested that Frank be absent ;
brick hotel will be
fine
embassy today issued the following new openedto when the verdict was returned. j
built vessels into
eign
the staff in the Chi- registering
general for the withdrawal of the ship
statement: I II 1 them under the American flag. The the public on Thanksgiving day, Solicitor General Hugh M. Dorsey

nese campaign. "The report appeared in the press I purchase bill by which it was intend- ,1 idea of the president, according to and a number of Orlando citizens for the state, contended that the

some time ago according to which j I ed to establish a government merchant -:I several callers is simply to hold the have been invited to take Thanksgiving waiver of Frank's counsel, in which

Japs Protest Against German General Stenger, commanding a bri- i| marine, when he said to callers bill up until a sufficient time has dinner at the new hostelry.Mr. the solicitor general held Frank acquiesced -

Warship's Stay at Honolulu gade of the German army in France that the pressure of business during passed to show whether the ship reg- :: and Mrs. Chas. D. Brpmby of the defendant's right to

had issued an order to his troops pre- the next session of congress mighti istry bill is going to accomplish the were in the city yesterday! from North I I be in court when the verdict was returned I

Tokio, Oct. 26.-(Special.)- scribing that they give no quarter to i result in sidetracking it. expansion of American marine and if CKuluota and declared everything I i was legal and binding and 1

The Japanese government has any prisoner, but shoot them all and I This would bear out the theory of it did the bill will be dropped; if not would* be in readiness for the openingon barred the setting aside of the verdict ;

protested to the United States finish the wounded. '! of the critics that on the grounds stated in the motion. 1
some president's congress will be asked to pass it. that day. .Mrs.:: Brumby will man-

against further stay at Honoluluof "An 'official statement' from Berlin age the new hotel, which is thoroughly !' The supreme court is not expectedto i

the German warship Gier. via Sayville was issued thereupon de- ; modern in every respect-electric announce a decision for several '
,
Great Britian Will Continue months.
The Gier entered the port for clearing.' that this was an 'impudentlie. lights, baths and with running "water j

in all of its
repairs which are now com- "The atrocious order nevertheless : Hold In thirty'with.rooms.other firms electric lighted and up to date, and
American
competition
To Up Vessels 1
I hive spent many thousands of dollars j jirl

pleted. had really been given and carried throughout the country, the contract
developing the town site of North
out; and proof of it is in the handsof I ---.-" : for furnishing the Lakeside Inn was 1
4 Chuluota as well as their farming and
Servians Repulse AustriansNish the French government. Over ; Washington .Oct-.26--(Special.)- tions art war s.vCt1tr England for ,their awarded to an Orlando business fruit growing lands.In .
twenty German prisoners of the 112th | The ,British ambassador in formal house the Yowell-Duckworth
com-
a airships an4 submarines, and emphasizes 1
Oct. 26.-Special.-( ) the townsite they have graded
and 142nd regiments of infantry i letter to;'Acting Secretary of'"StateI that .much of this ,oil is being pany, and the furnishings were se- fifteen miles of streets and five miles
the
During the fighting along 1
(forming the Stenger brigade) are I I Lansing tonight asserts that GreatI shipped to ,neutral ports and. .from, lected with a view to comfort and have been hard surfaced. Three arte-

whole Bosnian front the enemy now held in France, at :Montbrisonand : i I Britain will keep holding up Amer- them to''tI belligerents. This\.England beauty, both of which have been attained sian wells furnish the water supply i

has been repulsed with great St. Etienne. They have declared j iran shipping at \\II. to determine if I strenuously objects. to,'and'.the ,not only in the furnishings but for the town, and within its confines i

lossesOne of the enemy's monitors under oath before the magistrate that | they are carrying contraband of war [ambassador says his countrywill: insist in the construction of the hotel itself are five beautiful sandy bottom clear 1.

struck a mine near Ske- this order was actually issued on the I to the enemy_ At the same time the i in each instance upon finding out'if i according to Mr. Brumby, who calledat water lakes. :Mr.: Brumby declares j

lanska. 26th day of August and that in addi- I: ambassador emphasizes the ruling of oil, or"other cargo, excepting cotton the Sentinel office to leave an or- Orlando will have to look to its lau- 1

tion all French wounded found that''fjreat: Britain that cotton .is not contraband I' is actually intended for the neutral der for a large supply of stationeryfor rels as Florida's best interior
city
day. ..were at .once dispatched. "Offs (- 'I of war and that such shipments :i point to which it is consigned. the hotel. when North
Chuluota has had few
Japs Sink an Austrian Cruiser r II Jt,.' Jy -Captain Curtius of thaI -, will be allowed to pass. I The Lakeside Inn was built by the a
in which to catch 1
Pekin, Oct. 26.-Special.-( ) 112th regiment personally superintended i In discussing the hold up of the I I Brindilla Released Chuluota Company, who have ten years --- -up.

The Japanese heavy artilleryhas I the execution of the order." II I Standard Oil tank steamer Rockefeller i i London, Oct. 26.Special.TheBritish ( ) thousand acres of high class orange JAPANESE DIET WILL CONVENE

I the ambassador makes i and vegetable lands which __ J
apparently 'succeeded in a strong .. government today ordered the they are
Florida: Local rains and somewhat !I point of the shipment of oil by American release of the Brindilla and the vessel developing. In addition to the hotel Tokio, Japan, Oct. 26. -Official an-

sinking the Austrian cruiser ;I cooler Tuesday. Wednesday fair; ,II ships, saying that large quanti- :. will be permitted to proceed to Alex- they are now constructing four concrete nouncement was made t"" "v that the

moored in Kiau Chau harbor. -I cooler in east and south portions. j .ies of it are in demand by the na- andria, Egypt. stole omldings, which will ue diet will convene December bth.t .




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HIGH SCHOOL NOTES took the form of of '
mons
a resume
TRUE. CHEAP 1-a 'T. F. HOURIHAX, Licensee Plumber. Eat what you want.
the work accomplished by the present I Conscientious work at fair prices. Eat1 Il' you want.
The week just past marks the end :congress. Several of the laws that Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf Take a postscript and forget it.
of the first month's work. The work have been passed were briefly ex For sale by all druggists.
accomplished compares most favor-I plained. The currency law, the repealof 1 ce WITH PAINT MEANS ", Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. l-7-d&w-lyr
ably with that of other years. Indeed the tolls provision of the Panama
several of the teachers have expressed canal bill, the Alaskan railway bill, The paint which covers the largest
themselves as being highly and the war revenue bill were all interestingly -
pleased with the progress made. The I summed up. These week- surface-Gives the longest service yur pzne. :
week was also noteworthy because of ly lectures are proving a source of
I -Lasts and looks well.
the number of new pupils who have much benefit to the school in generaland
I Our Business is Make Your Work
entered the school, the study hall be- especially to those pupils who for 1L to ;;
ing filled to capacity and several stu- one reason or another are unable to THAT'S Easier j
dents being seated temporarily at tables keep posted on current events.
instead of desks. The seventh grade "Disciples of '' Harrisons'"Town !
By supplying with all kinds and
Mrs. George Banschbach (nee Miss English Literature" is proving itselfto you styles I
Eula Smith), formerly teacher of be a live organization. Although & Country" of Files and Filing Cases, Ink and Ink Stands, I
English in the high school, visited the this society has only been in exist- Pens and Pen Holders, Pencils and Pencil i
school Monday morning. ence one week the members
prepareda
Sharpeners, Rulers and Ruling Pens, TypeWriters J
The result Hundred
Monday morning Prof. Simmons delightful entertainment for the A cj ovens
gave a short but interesting health Friday afternoon meeting. Needlessto Years Experience. U and Type Writers Supplies and all

talk.The say the occasion was a pleasant the material needed around the house or office -
freshman class held a meetingthe aftermath of a good week's work. Get our free book "Cause & Effect." A desk.
first of the week for the purposeof The meeting having been called to or-I (A
tells
It
you many things you ought to know. (J
effecting a class organization. The der by Miss Aldis Helms, president of Call us up whether you wish a 5c p3T3i

meeting was successful, officers being the society, the program was begunby SOLD BY or a $50.00 Filing Case.
elected as follows: Ramon Lewis, the reading of the minutes of the
president; Frank Curries, vice-presi- preceding meeting, by Miss Ruth Fra- \v. S. BRANCH
dent.Miss ser. Next the members joined their Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. ,
Ruth McCullough, senior, rejoined voices in singing "America." Following ,
her class Thursday morning.Our I this Miss Ruby Wilkins, teacherof For the last Twenty-five Years. The Arcade Book and Music\ Store
present freshman class is a the class, and honorary member of
record breaker. Numbering over six- the society, kept the members in a I
ty members, this class is the 'largest perfect gale of laughter by her inter- h I
'
in the history of the high school. Or- pretation of a witty negro monologue. l i
ganizing during the first month of Allan Williams contributed to the
their high school life, the members pleasant occasion by whistling a song. : $8 Charleston C and Return $8
have shown themselves to be wide Marion Nye's recitation was much I
'awake and alive. They have both a appreciated. Sallie Bell Woods and !
football and a baseball team, both of Willie Cox were greeted with applause ; VIA"Clyde
a q
which organizations have begun act- when they concluded their
ive work. The freshmen may be duet. Lillian Kingsley gave an in- ,: .
green but they have push, pluck and teresting reading. Last of all came I BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS Line"I
energy three qualities that go far the reading of the class paper, by the LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
toward making up for their present editor, Hettie Lou Ivey. This brought'J e
verdant condition. the program to a close and the meet Effective from August 1, 1914 to August I int Elms, Steals and Berth Included
This has been a week of exams. ing was adjourned. 1,1915! and guaranteed against any reduce
Needless to say the good little boys tion during that tinier

and girls that learned their lessonsare FOR SALE; BY II. C. McDAXIEL Car $555.00Runabout I', This special rate cjo }d! on any of the Company'ssteamers
Touring -
and that
happy we are happy
7 Room stucco Eola August 22nd to October 17th
cottage near ; ;
they are happy, so everybody is hap- 505.00F.
located right; built right; will be sold inclusive.
py-except those who did not study. I
right. .
O. B. Orlando. All can fully equipped.
Wednesday afternoon the freshman 21 of Orlando's most desirable I
football team met the northern grammar building lots, near Lake Eola; will be Further we will be able to obtain the max1um efficiency Return Limit 10 Days
sold only to people agreeing to build | in err factory production. and the minimum cost in our .
i school team, for the second game houses in keeping with the location. i purchasing and tales departments if .we each an octant of
t a of the season. The grammar school 10 Acres on north side of Lake I!I 300.009 cars between the above dates.And : Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville
reach this production we agree t. pay as every
: should we
Ivanhoe,
team seems to have the freshmen overlooking Orlando; al! I
: the buyer's: share from 110 to JSO: per car (on or about Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at
: cleared; suited for a home site; good 2 p. m.
"hoodooed. The performance of the +j August 1.1913) b every retail buyer who purchases a new i
land. between August 1. 1)14 and August 1. 1915-
f Ford ear
first game was repeated, the fresh- 18 1-2 Acres land, about 17 acres in For further particulars regarding these low prices and profit.barin& -
men going down in defeat. Score 17 5 year old budded grapefruit and or- 1
: to 12. anges; 21-2 miles from city limits; plan see ... For reservations and further particulars apply to
overlooks 4 lakes; nothing better in F. G. RUSH
The freshman baseball team met
Florida for the
l t the sophomore team Friday. Result price.10.23lm Phone 226 H. G. WENZEL! Fla. Pass. Agent

unknown.The .
weekly lecture on current You can help the Sentinel most by 122 \v. aySt. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
| events, by the principal, Prof. Sim- patronizing Sentinel advertisers. y
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at 3.30: p. m. for the Wonder City of Se-

make sure for the purchaser not to be mislead would bringand wish tojbe: joined by as many as possible demonstrate. that ontall propositions

leave our calculation to be approved of by any orange we offer there will yield the investors 10 per cent for 3 to 5 five years-

grower or orange seller. We do not list orange groves and 25 per cent to 40 per cent, after that time. Any one who doubts this as-

sertion we invite to come along, and if we cannot prove it we will pay his railroad
without carrying the STAMP OF REVENUE.
fare both ways. Here is your chance to get a free ride.




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FROM A WOMAN'S VIEWPOINT FLORIDA. STUDENT CONFERENCE I facts and suggestions, from which hour, after which the regular evening t I
OF Y. M. C. A. AT much valuable information was secured service was held in the auditorium.
Being the Letters of an Orlando Ladyto ROLLINS COLLEGEOn by the delegates. Dr. Lee also President Blackman opened the service -'
a Northern Friend ave another of his intensely inter- with a selection for the organ, GRAND
Thursday evening, in the audi- esting talks on The Bible in Brazil, played on the Aeolian attachment,
Dear Friend in the North: torium of Rollins College, the Con- which revealed to those who heard I showing to fine effect the value of
ifow seldom we achieve the objectwe ference of the Young Men's Christian him some of the details of the condi- this instrument in affording to the
Associations of the Florida Collegesand tions under which missionary work in music lovers of the school the best
enthuse TODA-Y
seek! There I thought
Universities was opened under that country must be conducted.At music, played second only to a full :
you so concerning Orlando that you'dwrite most auspicious circumstances. Dele- three o'clock the delegates meton orchestra. The devotional part of the !

a letter as full of questions asa gations, and in most cases large ones,, the slope of the campus overlooking service was led by Mr. Greene, assist- The State's Finest Picture Theatre
five year old boy. Instead you want were present from each of the insti- Lake Virginia, and were photo- ed by Mr. Mason of the University of I :
me to give you my ideas on the school tutions of the state, and in additiona graphed, after which they passed Florida and President Alderman of I i I.
question-what little I consider wrong large number of visitors from the down the street to the president'shouse Southern College. The address of the I I
with it and how it could be bettered I tpwn and surrounding country gath- where they were received by evening was delivered by Dr. Lee j i "The Stuff That Dreams
Tempting as is the bait I am not go ered to begin this important work. President and Mrs. W. F. Blackman.The who spoke of the conditions of life i j I
ing to rise to it at present. I'll give After the usual devotional exercisesin remainder of the afternoon was and religion in BrazH. Many inter ; Are Made Of"
you two reasons. In the first placeour which all heartily joined, PresidentW. devoted to recreation, many of the esting facts were brought out in his I !I
school board and our county superintendent F. Blackman of Rollins College visitors availing themselves of the talk, and his hearers felt that they : A new version of the extremely entertaining Edison
are so busy (pardon the formally and joyfully welcomed the swimming dock and the tennis courts were much better acquainted with our 1 Comedy. A big special Feature in two parts. Two reels
expression, but no other suits so well) visiting delegates, and expressed the for this purpose. South American sister republic than 'I of continuous laughter.
"chewing the rag" over a point that hope and conviction that from this The conference reopened at seven they had been before.
should be left to the law and not to conference much good would result o'clock in the evening, when the sub- I .

personal ideas, that they wouldn't both to the visitors and to the peopleof ject of Missions was discussed for an Get the news in the Sentinel first. I 6
Slim and the
give any heed to my ideas and opin- Rollins. Among the further pre- i Slippery
ions. You see when I write you my exercises and
ideas on the subject I am thinking of liminary ments, a most pleasant number announce-was .. .V<++H ; i .-__ .....__ i iI Fortune Teller "

having the letter published in our the singing of the Rollins male quartet ,
the Sentinel. I SPRAY NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE : :
little
snappy daily, composed of members of the Glee An Essany Comedy, featuring Victor Potel, one of
Then my other reason for not biting Club-Mr. Robert Hutchinson, first I
SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY the funniest men in the world.
yet is, that I want to have my ideas tenor; Mr. Raymond Greene, second
and opinions marshalled in an orderly tenor; Mr. James Noxon, baritone; i. i I

little parade with a pompous General i Mr.\ J. W. Shannon, basso. Not since I 11 Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale. Rust Mite Y "The Beast "
at the head who has overcomeall :
Ego the famous quartet which representedthe I II
and Red Spider that i"i hit. Removes so sis mold ,
his "maiden speech" timidity and and three ,
two ago
college years
has the courage of his convictions. I has such an impressive combinationof and insures healthy trees and brignt fruit St-}ptt'ir- A Kalem Drama. The day of laughs. Forget your
haven't quite reached that stage yet. men's voices been heard at Rollins, ber and Octobrr are tuo of tl'e 1 lest months for troubles by spending an evening at the Grand.

At present I'll confine myself to and their number gave promise of I spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevr nts insects -
boosting my home town. You asked the excellent work which may be ex- from sapping trees all winter, and brings them II

aoout our parks. Well, I must con- pected to characterize the Glee Clubsing'ir. out in a good, healthy condition in: the spring, thus HAVE YOU HEARD
fess they are rather limited so far. later in the year. I
and bloom.
insuring a good, healthy growth
But thanks to the generosity and '
pro- The address of the evening was I I "The Only Orchestra
gressive spirit of our mayor we have mata: by Dean A. D. Enyart of Rol- I ,
one around Lake Eola. Man has done I lins, who spoke on the important topic I! SCHNARR & CO.. Orlando, Florida. I
i in the only theater in the city that will give you such a
his erecting fine fountain, I'I'J.
part by a "The Principles That Should Guidea
I Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure lie White Fly treat ? If not, visit THE GRAND.
planting trees, shrubbery, and a rose College Man in the Choice of His
Fungi. 9-9 D. and W 2-M ; ;
garden, circling the lake with a cement Life Work." The address was force- :i Tomorrow and Thursday evenings, "DANCES OF THE
walk, and putting forth other ful, inspiring, convincing; it set forthin I() 1111 II III Q Ii U III 1111 III IIII e lie U II Ie I e III G D II I DAY."
devices to make it a place of beauty. carefully selected words the facts _
Nature is doing her part by sendingthe that make it almost self-evident to IIII.aIIIIGIO'GtCllllttt"IIIO'IIIIII"II'I' .
rain and sunshine to hasten the the thinking man that the principleof Mr. Stout Lillard and r Miss Washington: ,
growth of the plant life. Adjoiningthis service to his fellow men should CONWAY NURSERIESGROWERS
\ park is th children's playground. guide each college man into his life will positively appear at these performances in the following

, At present it boasts some swings anda work. Seldom has it been the privi- AND DEALERS IX dances: Maxixe, Hesitation, One Step, Tango In-
sliding device which is veryconducive lege of the students and friends of novation, Half and Half, Lulu Fado, etc.
to wearing out a small boy's the institution to hear a more scholarly i All Leading Varieties of Citrus Trees jj Mr. Lillard and )Washington are recognized as
of modern dances that
trousers in that part of his anatomy and admirable talk, and the delegates being the greatest exponent has
where our old-fashioned grandmothers to the convention drew from it % R. T. PEEL, Proprietor.Local ever appeared before a southern audience.

applied their slippers. Am afraidit a new point of view, perhaps, and a
will not prove the success worthyof new determination that their lives Salesman
it as there is no person in chargeto should exemplify the principles laid Glen St. Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATEBox There Will be No Advance in Prices
keep away the rowdy element com- down. 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando Florida.

posed mostly of loafing fellows-too On Friday morning the conference 9-24-tf f Watch tor the Grand Opening
large to use it as aplay ground but met in session in the side room of the ..... = I I'III.lller'.e .OI. I..Illlllel.
simply sit there smoking cigarettesand auditorium, under the leadership of
using language not meant for Dr. R. II. Legate, one of the general As a leader for the next
' small ears. But, doubtless, we will traveling secretaries of the interna-
find a way out of the difficulty and tional committee of the Y. M.' C. A., I Ten Days ?
weed out all the undesirables and under whose leadership the present T
Have nothing but good little boys and conference is being held. Mr. F. R. '
girls playing there in the future. Mason, president of the Y. M.' C. A. O ir J ff"ur AlP fl
I've rather wandered from parks, at the University of Florida, led the
but to find the one that's going to be devotional exercises, after which the I will give FREE an extra ?
around Lake Lucerne you do have to stand-
roll was called, each delegation '
with each suit.
wander quite a distance both literallyand outlineof pair pants
ing in turn. After a general THE MARKETOf
figuratively. Here is one of our the program of work by Dr. Legate 350 pieces all wool
town's most beautiful of lakes, with the conference adjourned to join
fine residences all around it. There is with the students of the school in the Prices, $15 to $30 4FVJ/ i Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
a little lacking in the upkeep of the regular chapel service at 815. ,
banks of this lake, but it has one desirable At 9 o'clock Dr. Legate reopenedthe Fit, workmanship and material a {
feature-seats placed at con- conference with a talk and dis- guaranteed.Act AND SALT MEATS

venient intervals around the lake for cussion of the subject of Religious FISH AND GAME
and
one-third
cow save .
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tired pedestrians, lady tourists who Meetings\ and the remainder of the I
want to chat awhile comparing fancy morning was devoted chiefly to the the cost of a suit. i Kept under the best sanitary conditions. I
work, or old men who want to bask more technical side of Y. M. C. A. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh ;
in our warm winter sunshine and talk work. Mr. R. W. Greene, general sec- Phone 78or (:! and pure.
about the respective virtues of their of the Rollins Y. M. C. A.,
retary: We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have !
states. It might be a good "f'
native alternated with Dr. Legate in han- call on '
in the Meat Line.
everything
thing to carry along your steamer dling the topics, which comprised f i
blanket: when :you expect to use one matters of such practical importanceas l 302
of these benches as (I hate to tell it) Problems in Bible Study, Membership V. BAYLARIANOld > The PARLOR MARKETH. j

these convenient stopping places are Qualifications, :Methods of Bible
made of cement which you know hasa Study, and others. Copious notes I Stand on Church Street. M. Self & Co. j
tendency to be -damp and chilly. were taken by the delegates, and
But you will not be compelled to sit much valuable information secured II PINE STREET 1 1t
all the time on the cement benchesto by them for furthering the work 01' ;
visit as you can frequent the tour- their own home associations. Phone No. 80 j
ist headquarters which we hope to A pleasant variety wa$ introduced I' t
have equipped for your pleasure and by the short talk of Dr. W. B. Lee,
convenience this winter. All we are professor of practical theology at the ,i!

waitng for is for some Branch tospring Granbury College, Brazil, and for i. ). ] tttt 2IQIIIQ'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"1i
up and tell us what and how missionary to that |

to do it. country.many years Dr. Lee a related vividly and | t A Longer Season For i ..South Apopka Nurseries., i it jj
In the evening when you are tired forcefully some of the conditions un- |

of walking, gossiping, or abusing the der which students in his country ;( Florida Citrus FruitsHeretofore All I the leading varieties of Grapefruit and OrangeTrees
weather which does not happen to lived, and drew an interesting picture i t thrifty, well-rooted and clear of all diseases.
come up to your particular expecta- of the difference in the two lands. |I I Florida fruits have had too short a season. The New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family
tions some day, you can go to one of Just before adjournment at noon, fine prices usually secured for late oranges and grapefruit could FREE. Address
the three moving picture shows which the matter of a state organization of be had on a much larger volume of fruit than the State now I
will present to you some very fine the y1.. C. A. was taken up, and markets and for a longer period. Nurseries.
pictures and some not so fine. Know- each delegation named a representative Buckeye Nurseries have urged the planting of late varieties for ...South Apopka ..
ing your ideas on children as I do I to constitute a committee on organization many years. Many of the most prosperous growers of the State I
know it will vex you to see the num- and nomination of officers. owe their success to this advice. The best late oranges and t OCOEE, FLORIDA 94.tf.CI'I : ;
erous school children in attendance These delegates, Messrs.\ F. R. Mason\ i grapefruit were introduced by Buckeye Nurseries. i i
during the week when they ought to of the University of Florida, M. G. :> **" *! Ct+MMMM '
be in bed fast asleep. But you must Perry of Stetson University, W. W : Buckeye nurseries Catalog -
just imagine the front rows are full Alderman of Southern College, Rob-
of bald heads and not let it spoil your ert B. Davis of Columbia College and Tells What to PlantAlso 111111111111 ; ; .. : : 'llrt.t. I
enjoyment of some really good films. Berkeley Blackman of Rollins College 'i,
Doi 't let that big plumber's bill were charged with the task of : it gives suggestions for selecting location of grove and on every other II
you have written me about preventy organizing a Student Council, and :: phase advice of has citrus been fruit tried culture.out in the I t experience is a complete of successful guide to success growers.and all its Oflando o Paint and Wall Pa apes f Co. !

mr coming south this winter. I will! submit their report at some sub- of them illustrated in natural
Varieties are described in detail; many are
know they are big enough to prevent sequent meeting. Great hopes arc colors. Some of the best groves of the State are pictured to show proper i i
almost anything. In my next letterI entertained of the results of thci- methods of planting,cultivation,fertilization,spraying marketing,etc. High Grade Paints, Oils, Varnishes >
may write you the story of how our work in drawing together the varu a1-! i Too expensive to permit of indiscriminate distribution,the book is free for to AGENTS FOR Kalsomine, Wall Pa-
if write it
'' all intending planters. You will be welcome to a copy you
lit*Ie town was well nigh submergedin institutions of the state, both in the' while we have a supply on hand--edition is limited. Palton's Sun Proof Paper, Wall Board Roof-
plumbing scandaL specific matter of Christian work, and
a r Brushes Etc.
NURSERIES Paints ing, ,
YOUR FRIEND IN THE SOUTH. through this in other branches of college BUCKEYE
P. S.-.Since writing the above let- activity. lQ 36 CITIZENS BANK BUILDING SOLD AT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Orange Ave.
ter our Board of Trade has received 1 he conierence convened again TAMPA,.FLA. I I THE SUN ORLANDO, FLORIDA '

and accepted a generous propositionfrom after dinner at one-thirty, and took j
one of our leading physicianswho up the important questions of Bible
donates the use of a r\om whichhe Study and Faculty Co-operation. Dr'' Special: Wall Paper 3009 Rolls! at 5c.llJJIi .

will build for the purpose of a Legate and Mr. Greene gave addresses f. _
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' A tourists' room. full of interesting and important I I
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EPWOKTH LEAGUE'S GREAT HON. A. C. STAR lUD SERIOUSLYILL ENGLISH NEWSPAPER INSISTS
THE DAILY i I I . .1111111111 r I I 11'1"1 I III I II. ,.
WORK-WANT MORE TO AT APOPKA NEUTRAL SHIPS BE '+t. . . .. . . . .
South Florida Sentinel SHARE BENEFITS SEARCHED

r. MORNING AND WEEKLY Hon. A. C. Starbird is very ill at

: Fifty-seven people attendedthe his home at Apopka and a number of London, Oct. .-The MorningPost "I'I
young
JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner
r ----- Epworth League meeting at the physicians; were called in consultation editorially protests against the I
Entered at the pottoffice at Orlando, Florida i Methodist church Sunday night to yesterday. A telephone message at action of the British government in .
M Second ClaN Mail Matter. hear the many interesting things that nine o'clock last night stated that he declining to arrest the enemy's belligerents ,

SUBSCRIPTION RATES always brought out by the lead- I was resting well and had improved in neutral ships. It argues I

Daily. 1 Year ........................ 13-00; are slightly during the day. Mr. Star- I that even if he United States and
Daily 6 Months ...................... %.50 ers and members at these meetings.Last
Daily 3 Months ...................... 1.25 night two letters were read from ,bird is one of Apopka's most promi-I other neutral countries would be of-
Daily 1 Month ....................... 59 fended by such arrests that is not
; i our new missionary in Africa telling nent citizens having large business !

Weekly.: 1 Year ...................... Jl.OO of their traveling to and arriving at interests and is popular throughoutthe sufficient reason for the government's
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Weekly. 6 Months ... .. .. 75 attitude.
the mission field 1,770 miles county. lie is also a member of
new up
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN the Congo and several other rivers the board of county commissioners. The Post estimates there are 100- THE[ D. P. SYSTEM

ADVANCETO into the darkest of Africa. The Ep- 000 reservists in the United States

ADVERTISERS: worth League this year has the workof MR. R. W. HAMMOND STRICKEN alone waiting for an opportunity to
evangelizing Africa having had WITH PARALYSIS cross the Atlantic to fight for their
t Copy for display and all ether hand-let i fatherland and that with the embargoon
; advertising must be handed in at the business Cuba taken away from us on accountof I
t E office *f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. the great work that we accom- Mr. R. \V. Hammond, one of Or- their arrest removed they will begin cupHere's
: the before publication. This rule applies I
to chances day for contract advertising; it is plished there and giving us larger lando's oldest and most popular citizens to cross the ocean. I

t invariable and will be strictly adhered___to.__ fields. These letters will be read suffered a severe stroke of par OKLAHOMA'S: -JIM CROW LAW +

F Subscribers desiring The Seentinel discontinued from time to time as received from alysis at eleven o'clockesterday UNDER TEST IN COUIIT ,1 :I
should notify the office in writing on our members there, and gives to the morning. The paralysis is more complete i
the date of expiration otherwise it will be
subscription rates of this some on his right side and while his : !
continued at the regular civilized people country something to think
26.-The
Washington, Oct. validity ,
until notice to atop is receivedt
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idea of what Christ and His teachingsmean condition is serious it is not believed I
of the "jim crow" law in Oklahoma
to those who have been in ignorance this first stroke will prove fatal. Mrs.R. .
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1914. depends upon the outcome of oral about
for centuries. Mission nightis L. Bunch, daughter of Mr. Hammond -
arguments today before the
f the last Sunday night of every who is visiting near Savannah supreme
What can Belgium be thankful for month when these letters are read was summoned home yesterday by court. Something to cogitate over
next month? In addition to the usual "jim crow"requirements
and other nights subjects as interest- wire.
t oNo of separate cars and Something to talk about
E these read and talked
ing as are
t danger of King Alphonse run- waiting rooms for the white and negro -
about "SOUTHERN GIRL" COMPANY
ning short of heirs. races, the Oklahoma statutes per- and
and all the FAILED TO ARRIVE
Why not you young
0 mit the railroads to use chair cars,
people of Orlando who have never
The potato acherage might be in- sleeping cars and dining cars exclu-
crceased by eating them raw. attended such meetings gather withus The "Southern Girl" company, sively for one race. The railroads SOMETHING( TO ACT UPON I
night at 6:45 and billed to at the house
I next Sunday appear opera
e 0 contend that this is a justified distinc-
share these good things? all this week failed to arrive yester-
Democratic election forecasts indi- tion in service as not enough negroes
Sunday night at the close of church day and Manager Barker had heard
desired facilities to the railroadfor
cate Democratic victory next week. pay
the officers for the com- from the last
service new nothing company night. .
o furnishing.them separately.PRESBYTERIAN "Sweet are the Fruits of Industry"But
f ing year were installed by Dr. Wray, They were last heard from at West
Silk stockings are going I
up every
the new officers being James N. Burden Palm Beach.
J morning probably on account of the RUMMAGE: SALE there's not much industry attached
president; Miss Ruby Wilkins,
'' war. Mr. P. V. Hutchins to this-nothing even to obligate 'ourself.
vice-president; SNOW YESTERDAY AT GREEN The Young Women's Auxiliary will
f a first superintendent; Miss G. Ivey, BAY, WIS. hold a rummage sale on next Friday, 1
g Producing more honey than he can Saturday and Monday, in Hamilton SDunn's
r 'consume, the busy bee cells the re- second superintendent; Mrs. George Chicago Oct. 26.The first real'! old stand on Orange avenue. I'
.. mainder. Bensbach third superintendent; Miss snow of the season was reported at Bring your donations early Friday I HERE IT ISTo
f Eliza Wright fourth superintendent; Green Bay Wis., in the Lake Supe- morning or notify Mrs. George Newell -
0t L. O. Curry, secretary; Miss Fannie rior region today in telegrams to the Miss Antoinette Slemons or Miss ,
t Your friends will never forget you Mary Holt, and your contribution will *
have Berry, treasurer; Stewart Gould, cor- local weather bureau. be called for. I every purchaser of a Suit or Coat,
as long as you money-if you
borrowed it from them. responding secretary; Jos. Woodnick, ''t will be given a book containing 20 Cou-
Epworth Era agent-all of whom ---
e welcome you to all that we can do for pons. All we ask our customer to do is
Rough as football may be, no one -'j ,
this! Distribute these to their
has ever accused the players of using you.Our coupons
motto is "All for Christ"What A Rare Opportunity
dumdum bullets or shrapneL is yours? i friends with the request that before pur-

o chasing their Suit Coat to first
or see ours
A government loan is now asked The Crawford home place at No. 108 America
House for Sale
by Porto Rico coffee planters. The street must be sold at once. The lot ,has a front- WE WILL BE RESPONSIBLE
loan of course, is asked on coffee Practically new; 8 rooms, bath 2 I
grounds. fire places, electric' lights gas butler's ape of 83 f feet and 333 feet deep. The house contains I
street to be bricked
pantry; ;
six but is not modern in appointments I
o neighborhood first class. Chauncey rooms
for the result to this extent. If only 12
Hetty Green says the secret of good Holt, 601 JVIagnolia avenue. though it cculd easily be made so. I have the ex- f
10-25-eod-4t out of the 20 bring resultant
health begins with eating onions, but coupons pur-
., clusive handling of this and
am prepared
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t who wants to be healthy if they haveto --- --- -- tl I chasers of a Suit or Coat the holder of
be lonesome? .111811111100.11.111111. to offer you a GREAT BARGAIN. Remember, it
I the original book and distributer of the
o # MUST BE SOLD, so see me at once if interested.
Great Britain announces that she I T. F. HOUR IIIAN i it I I 20 coupons will be entitled to a Suit or

will continue to hold up American t tI
Coat to the value of
Licensed Plumber and
vessels. Please Uncle don't ask her
to salute the flag. Sanitary Engineer I

o Estimates Furnished. Jobbing i I

Women are not so everlastingly t P'ompliy: Attended to. S. Y. WAY I
$17.001
particular about a man being good PHONE 629 ;

looking. That's the reason there are 106 Court Street
so many married men. I r Insurance and Real Estate Agent ; ;

i ORLANDO FLORIDA $
o .
The wife of New York's governor : 4-zl-lm PHONE 172 I

has donated her dog to the Red Cross. . il ilII Absolutely Free !

The war has had our goat for sometime

and that dog had better be care- I II I 1111I II I I I I I I III 111111 II C II III11I1I1I1II D III HH I I I II II 1111 '
ful. OR THIS ALLOWANCE Ol't 'ANY surf OR

a 1 Gum COAT YOU PURCHASE
Buy Camphor
The Scientific American agrees JLqfm/)
with the Tampa Times and declaresthe 1

probability of rain within 24 hours i -"" made in Orlando. We sell it. Pa-
after a battle or a dog fight is very : :

high. There is no time limit !

-0---- PHARMACY tronize home industry.

The San Francisco exposition pub- No Hard Work !
licity committee is still telling about Me II II JlIII II lUll illllHIMIIIIIiiiMMI II II C I D ell IMM 111111'1' M J6MMMiMlilllililllllllliilttti"MlllltliglliMltMI9tlMIMMMIMM ...

the $250,000 building Florida will .
erect. :Might.erect it if the carpen- Miltt No Canvassing !

ters will accept those punk plunks.It .


is declared that a the war will retard BIG BEN i Simply hand the coupons to your

human progress one hundred friends whom you think-if not right

years, but fortunately human prog- i away-will, at some future time be i1 the
ress learned how to make grandmother -

look like sweet sixteen before war Look Big Ben square in the back in Evans' purchasing field for a Suit or Coat.

got an inning.
o window---he's good all round and good all through.If .

There are lots of people in Orlando handsome flllS APPLIES EQUALLY TO MEN AND
"handsome is as does"---Big Ben'sbeauty
I greater than Secretary of State Bryan -

L e., if we are to judge the s.o.s.l is more'n skin deep. TO WOMEN
r by his utterances. He declares Flor-

l We ida is have the been greatest saying state it for in the years.A Union.. See those great, strong, handy keys that make I .


o his wind up so easy--- and the broad, deeptonedbel
---- interesting communicationwas

received very by the Sentinel yester- he sounds, so your get up is pleasing.Big .

day signed "Citizen." It is an iron

clad rule in this office that contributors Ben stands seven inches from tip to toe---big, faithful, .

must furnish their names, not clean-cuthands in the dim I -
necessarily for publication and if with large, plainly seen morning light, H .

"Citizen" will send in his name the He rings you up at any time you say-steady for five minutesor _

communication will o be printed. on and off for ten-stops short in either call at a nudge from

Incidentally although you don't you. He took the Blue Ribbon at the Fair. See special display

hear much about it, that war in Eu- today in our window. -

rope is wiping out horses by the thou-

sand-and horses of the best quality
too. They have no use for weak I DICKSON YES CO.OPARTMENTAUI

winded or worn out horses in such .
work. Agents of the fighting powersare
in this country searching for good T. H. EVANSJEWELER

horses and offering good prices. No

doubt the same search is going on [ t STOREORLANDO'S
elsewhere in the world. If this war H

continues a year or two longer good
horses will be scarce and dear beyondany FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
Orlando Avenue Floridar !
experience of the sort ever knownin Orange

our times. Here is just one item

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Miss Ella Stagg left Sunday night MIIIMMiinililllMMtMiJFAVORTE TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY I ,
I j __1o1. ii- I1Allen's =U=
for Charlotte N. C., where she will IF on
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WADETHE enter Queens college for young ladies. I THEATRE ; : FOR SALE-Good cow; fine milker; I

} TUXEROELANDO. Mr. and Mrs. G. Westburg will J.V.Jersey. Bass and at Holstein.sheriff's office.Apply to
Orlando I II Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I Fruit
FLA. build a handsome home in 10-27-tf n Picking Bag n

this winter and will make this city I Admission 5 centsIIIIIMMimt
I their permanent home. Mrs. West- FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice- I I PATENTED

is well known in ly furnished rooms; gas separate
I Orlando
tr. C. W. Murphy, of Tampa, is burg as 111111111111 bath; new house; adults only. 604 U Fifth Year the MarketNo U
in the city on business for several Mrs. A. Boitel, she and Mr.\ Westburg TODAY'S PROGRAM Magnolia avenue. 10-25-tf on
having been married at Atlantic Cityon I

days.Mr. June 2nd. Universal Ike Junior in "A Case MR. HOME: SEEKER-The Rose to Drop...No BruiseVe are offering this
season
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D. G. Earl, of Daytona Beach, on the Doctor." Produced by Harry see for Real estate of Quality, and I>
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Harney, now special in all lines by tar the best picking
is among the visitors to Orlando to- Edwards. bargains is Clar- i,
of Jacksonville, but well known in Xestor. "The Test. A tense dra- ence W. Rose, 308 North Main street. : bag that has ever been
day.Mr. Orlando where they once resided, ma, with Wallace Reid and Dorothy 10-27-10t i I 51t
F. C. Baxter, of Kansas City, Davenport. made.
were robbed last Friday of a large
Mo., is among the late arrivals at the Universal. Animated Weekly. FOR SALE-By Clarence. Rose I '
of but fortu-
quantity jewelry
San Juan. were 308 North Main street, a Cote and i Even better than lastyear's
nate enough to recover it through the three lots. A 14-room house fur- I) heavier
:Mrs. A. F. Odlin, who has been visiting TELEPHONES INSTALLED SINCE bag canvas
inquisitiveness of a small boy. The nished, both close in. Please investi-t
Mrs. Geo. R. Newell at her homeon thief buried the jewelry under a DIRECTORY WAS ISSUED gate. 10-14-10t ,I ft aud bound all arouud frame
r
Lake Cherokee returned to her house and the boy happening to see Allen & Co., Jewelers __________ 136 with webbing to prevent
home in Arcadia yesterday. the newly disturbed earth proceededto Astor Hotel ___________________ 237 POSITION WANTED-As salesman '!I chafing through the best
_______ in shoe, gents' furnishing or dry
Albright, Mrs. Nora Res 409
Messrs. A. L. Gandy, M. O. Felton investigate. When the thief returned Barket, Toney, Store __________ 329 goods and notion store, by man with shouider straps.snaps, etc.,
and L. C. Brown of St. Petersburg to claim his booty he was ar Bogue, A. R., Res. ____________ 97 experience. Good references. Sales- +t E ) that we could buy.
are spending today in Orlando guestsat rested. Bliss, E. R., Store ____________ 279 man, care Dixie Lucerne Circle.
the San Juan. Brain, Mrs. L. M.. Res. ________ 310 10-27-3t : Our bags are used ex-
Bouton, Walter, Res. __________ 407 '
Mr. A. L. Beck is now driving a MR. ABE BERLACK DISAPPEARS Burden, J. D., Res. ____________ 461 Give your ad. a chance to make tensively by the Florida

beautiful Oakland car which he pur- IX CINCINNATI Brown Furniture Co. ______---- 482 good-run it in the Sentinel.H. D 1a Citrus Exchange and a
chased yesterday from the Magruder Bosse, Herman J., Dentist ______ 588
Christ, Dr. C. D., Res __________ 100 host of independent grow-
brothers who are agents for this car. A special to the Times-Union from Caruthers, J. R., Market _______ 153 Kanner's great sale continues r rA ers.
One week from today is election Cincinnati tells1 of the .strange disap- Chapman, Miss\ Julia _________ 283-3 until November 1st. 11-tf irLC ; ,
day. Every Democrat in from his hotel in that Dann's Transfer Co., Night ____ 139 -
Orange city \Ve in
pearance
can ship
I Dickson-Ives Co., Grocery ______ 300 any quan-
county should go to the polls and cast of Mr. Abe Berlack of Jacksonville. Dowdell, A. W., Res. __________ 420 We insure your lire and loan YOU tity same day order is re
his ballot for the nominees of the After he did not report at the desk Eureka Pressing Club _________ 174 money on real estate at 6 per cent, Patented. ceived.
June primary.Mr. for some time the police were calledin Eola Packing Co. ______________ 507 interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., fl
Fruit __________ 609
Frisco Nicolas Curry Bc'!ding Tampa, Fla.
J. R. :Mauck of Arcadia Fla., to invsetigate the case, and as yetno Forage & Rizk Market ________ 638 325d&wtfGet
is in Orlando visiting friends. Mr. clue has been found. Forde, Mrs. Anna L., Res. _____ 653 Price $1.50 Each or $18.00 per Dozen

Mauck is very much pleased with Mr. Berlack's room was broken into Gentile, L., Res. _______________ 131 the first in the SentineL
______________ news
and found in great disorder and the Gentile, L., Office 204 F.O.B. Orlando.
this section and may decide to cast Goodwin, A. N., Res. __________ 544 V
his lot here. I I following unaddressed note was on Hart's Market ________________ 213
Mr. :M. S. Moreman of thestate's the table: Hughes, Dr. J. B., Office _______ 365
one "Will-Tell Nell no one to contest Hoskins. E. C., Res ____________ 575 Pfl 0
largest and most successful I I ________
will. She sole beneficiary. Abe." Jones Dr. S. S., Office 209 ALLEN'S PICKING BAG
horticulturists arrived in Orlando Johnson, Hamilton, Res. ________ 561 El lu
McCULlOCU'SDepartment
last night from Switzerland Fla. He 1 I Mr.\ Berlack is said to have had Lord B. J., Res _______________ 354 .,
with him. ______
is the plenty of money Magruder, J. B., Jr., Res. 455
registered at San Juan.
Mr. and Mrs. Berlack are well Middle Florida Grocery Co______ 468
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Zachary, of visited this Martin, M., Res. ______________ 479 V ORLANDO FLA. Db
Sanford, motored to Orlando yester- known in Orlando having McNeil, P. C. Res. ____________ 497 Store ,
city when Mr. Berlack was a com- Mathews, Dudley ______________ 542 : ; :
day and called on their daughters, mercial tourist, with headquarters in New York Laundry ____________ 195
Misses :Mary and Julia, who are stu- Jacksonville.DR. Norcrosse, P., Res. ____________ 236 -.r. .elI
dents in the Cathedral school. Orlando Plumb. Co. ____________ 122 Km 01:1-
Mrs. I Orlando Bldg. & Land Co. ______ 608 "
F. A. Curtis gave a dinner last BOYD GOES TO TAMPADr. Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co._ 261 Jelly Tumblers ;
night to the members of her Sunday i i Partin & Sons, II. G. __________ 14 MIIMIIIMI

school class at her home "Bide-a- Peebles J. R., Res. ____________ 364 ;
Wee" on West street, and the mem- I A. Preston Boyd, formerly pas- Peral, T., Res. ________________ 595 Fruit Jars ;; ; a
bers tor of the Bradentown Baptist church, i Royal Mills Office _____________ 486 1& JOUR
of the class spent an enjoyable left for where he. Robertson W. II., Res. _________ 567
evening.Mr. yesterday Tampa Robinson, A. J., Res. ___________ 637Reel's
R. H. Hull will be joined later by Mrs. Boyd and Steam Laundry _________ 654 all kindsPreserving
a former well Mrs. Cook. Robertson J. IL, Res. __________1024 NEW GROCERYIs
known resident of Orlando, but who i Dr. Boyd has been pastor of the Starbuck, V. S., Res ___________ 232
has been making his home at Miami Smith, Montgomery\ Piano Co. __ 315
church here since the opening of the
for several arrived in the I Simmons Prof. J. W., Res. _____ 454
the
years city new building, until his resignation a Saunders, G. R., Res. __________1024 largest and finest in the city, Our
Sunday night on a visit to his brother I few weeks ago, and is unquestionably Taylor, Miss Sallie ____________ 328 II Kettles i stock is of the best quality. Our prices

Mr. J. C. Hull. one of the ablest preachers in the Thomas, II. F., Res. ___________ 455
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. :Martin arrivedin Townsend, L. C., Office ________ 560 reasonable.
state. He is a deep student and has Watkins, T. J., Office __________ 621
Orlando yesterday from Savannah, been an enthusiastic, faithful and Woods, J. R., Res. _____________ 626 South Orange Avenue ; PANSY PLANTSBy
Ga., and are pleasantly located at 201 ?;conscientious worker for the upbuild- :| Warren, Mrs. Annie L. _________1009
South street. Mr. :Martin who is an church. The 1 Williams, F. H., Res. __________ 523 I
of the Baptist -
expert photographer contemplates ing people the !1 Whitlock, Miss M.\ M.\ Nurse ___ 360 ++111.1111111111111 II I;, dozen or hundred.
and host of friends outside
a 374
Waring, R. D., Res.
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engaging in business here. church suffer a distinct loss in his de- i 10272tTHEY -

Mr. and Mrs. James S. Brown, of I I.I parture.-Bradentown Journal. I I VENEER CORES I EASTER LILIES

Manchester N. H., have decided that !I I WORK WHILE YOU PRAY
Orlando is the best town in Florida, ORLAXDO WOODMEN PARTICIPATE -I ALL LENGTHS QUANTITY AND ANY Plant the bulbs now. We have them

and are building a home on Lafayettestreet I' IX UXVEILIXG AT I It's not exactly safe to advertise Special prices for October. also Narcissus.

near Lake Concord, which they OAKLAXD .in the Sentinel Sunday mornings un- Stock up before cold weather.

hope to occupy by Thanksgiving.C. I less you are willing to have your day KIKE-PLACE Also CHUNKS AND

About twenty members of the Or- of rest disturbed by answers to theadvertisement. OAK WOOD .
M. Padgett state of !
overseer I Woodmen of the World Sunday morning Mr.
lando .
camp THE SANITARY GROCERY
the Churches of God in Florida, is
attended the unveiling of the monu- G. A. Hutchinson advertised a Ford Orlando Wood YardB.
holding a series of meetings in the I' I
Pentecostal Tabernacle on America I ment over the grave of deceased Sovi 'car for sale, and the advertisement ,Yo Kin sley. Proprietor CARUTHERS & GORE
!i ereign W. H. Hudson, late a member i sold the car before noon and eleven PINE STREET AND K. R.
street. Services will continue/ wring Phone 200
;i of the Winter Garden camp, at the would-be purchasers were disappointed Telephone 344
this week. The is invited
to attend. public cordially Oakland cemetery Sunday. The ceremony -I because the early bird beat them 9-30 i 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

was beautiful and impressive :to it. Of course Sentinel advertisingpays .tI 111111111111 M I 1111 II II II I 111111111 II 11111111 ...
Mr. C. A. Hovey returned yester- : and drew large numbers of Woodmen every day and the only argument -

day afternoon from Glens Falls, N. from nearby camps to pay a last trib- i against Sunday morning advertising .>. II 11111111111111 III I I Iii 11111111111111111 I .. 9 .-na '-U Ii II t JI .. II t I II I i J.----. :

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Mr. Hovey is one of Orlando's most brother. I come that day that they kepp the ad-

prominent and progressive citizens i vertiser busy.
and his host of friends delightedto aF.O.B.
are iIaIf
IMPORTAXT MEETING OF U. D. C.
have him again in their midst. | I Read the Sentinel want ads.OSTEOPATHY.
will him in about
Mrs. Hovey join ten
An important meeting of the Annie I

days.Mr. I,, Coleman Chapter of the U. D. C. will I
A. A. Carmack returned Sun- be held this afternoon at the home of
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day evening from Brownsville, Pa., Deaconess Parkhill, for the purposeof
where he and :Mrs. Carmack had been discussing important business mat- I -

called on account of the death of her ters, and to make the final arrange- |I DR. J. C .HOWELL

mother Mrs. W. S. Croft, and aunt, ments for the Kissimmee convention.All :,Hours, 10-12,3-5. and by appointmentNo
Mrs. Bridge who were killed some the members are asked to be pres-
extra charge tor bouse treatment
weeks ago in an automobile accident, ent.

mention of which was made in the By order of the president, Mrs. E. I Telephone connections w .:rtv
SentineL L. Bliss. I i Office cor. Orange and Central Area.MUMIMiniMH i

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EthiESv ANTSI FOR ant RENT-Furnished and convenient location room;;pleas-gen- l./umber: La.-t.11s acid S11i11g.1es

teel couple or ladies. 202 E. Robinson
I avenue. 25-3t

MUNNIMAKERS I NICE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM::
I I Notice of Lo t. wanted For Sale F.r to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
Rent etc.. for this column 23c.; for one day. 1025tfA.
50c. for three day, or $1.08 for one week for t ;.
23 word or 1_ Monty mutt accompany W. DOWDELL, plasterer, mason
the advertisement for this column as no and cement worker. 516 W. ChurchSt.
insertion will be made on credit. Phone 420. 10-25-lm
What $2750 ORLANDO: :
FOR RENT-Rooms for light house lED-Position as stenographer
keeping. 307 East Pine street,near by lady with several years experience -
Will Buy. Cathedral school. 10-24-6t ; references if desired. Address
N. II., care Sentinel. 10-25-tf
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, near
in, with all modern conveniences, WANTED-To buy 40\ acres of pine Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection lime
Let us show you-Why not well screened. 114 East Jackson St. land situated on one of the lakes ,
into the Orlando. :Must: be ---- -- -- -
put rent money pur- 10-24-3t near cheap for ------ -- ---------

chase of a home ? Where is cash. Address "Cash Buyer," care I o .....C I !1 fl.. f S t.u 9 I e r J t If r () wt"ce co..I). )4.! C [ ell.J ( I' I !...,..
Orlando Fla.
the economy in paying out FOR RENT OR SALE Twenty-cue Sentinel office 25-3t;: H' C..C t e H )I j. U III J.' U" 1 U 1 J II .. e I J 1. ,It 63 t tit. r II I lilt 1111 H L (.
room house, suitable for boarding; :
perfectly good money every house. Three buggies, boat and wagon FOR RENT-Dining room, kitchen,
. month for rent, when these for sale. Apply 309 West Central pantry, in The Hall, 416 Margaret I
same good dollars can actually avenue. Phone 2'J4.: 10-21-oc street; an excellent opportunity for :a-cTSr.:: : ESS It Itthe
right party as we cater to only first em ma V
be saved ? To buy is to put
FOR RENT-Five room house, pr? class business. Terms reasonable.
the rent money back into tically new. Inquire Hand's Fur- Apply in person. 10253tT.
your own pocket.We niture Store Pine street. 10-20-tf w

can show you new houses F. IIOURIHAN Licensed Plumber.
Important friendships result from the right introduction and
FOR RENT Beautiful dwelling with
,
good size lot, all close in, Conscientious work at fair prices.
-all modern conveniences, Lake garage Lucerne.; elegantly Jas. A.furnished Knox. ; on Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf most important ones come through the right banking con-

ready to occupy. 8-27-tf
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKINGAt :: nections. Association is the of all business
Call at our office we will keynote success. We
gladly furnish detailed in- For Sale 208 East Robinson Misses
formation. Three good young mules, well Berke, formerly with Miss avenue.Hovermale. invite you to open an account with us here a personal inter-
broke. Call at one-half mile east of
Conway store, or address Wm. V. 10-3-lm est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .

ORLANDO BUILDING &LAND COII Lear, Orlando. 10-20-lwk J i

FOR SALE-Ford automobile, 1913
North Orange Avenue model in first class condition; must Dressmaking| BANK & TRUST CO.
be sold by Tuesday. Ford Garage. I
PHONE 608 10-25 2t Mrs. R. S. Cohoon has I I
(OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL
resumed her dressmaking -
FOR SALE-Or trade for real estate t't 4 ot t ""' sD1Rid }. 'tt"'tl'D'.II'I..el'l.e"4. 1ft" 1 .w+..w..
FRED B. DALEC. a five-passenger automobile in and is now locatedin :1 e.. III".ela"1ger'..'. ... ; .a '.IIOI'II.tI III""IIIIII" .

H. BRYANT nice shape. Address No. 112 West R oom 4, Way building, -- ----- -
Church street, 10-4-lm
DAVIS& GILES. Counsel. city. 1111111'II.r.e"'I'I'II.all'llllll.r = lll6HliCIM8gHIHtilMHIMIMIHaM.
where
on Orange avenue,
F. A. PEPPERCORN Contractor. FOR SALE-A fine young Jersey 0 aiMM *t' "MMM "MMM M MMIMMMi .MMMMM e t.
she cordially invites all
milk cow, perfectly gentle, and
gives from 12 to 14 quarts of milk ladies needing anythingin
per day. Only reason for selling is the wearing apparelline I
that I have one more than I'need.. I CLOTHING
Address 10-25-6L or call at 29 Bryan street. to call and see her.


FOR SALE OR RENTBeautifulnew

Park lake cottage, in, Highland Sunshine avenue Park. and R. Real Estate Boughtand Our new stock of

_.. Bruce Perry, at Water Works.
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One reason why there are so many 10-25-1m. Sold.City .
in the world is FOR SALE:-One or both of a team
hypocrites because Fall and Winter |
of black mares, weight 1100 and | Clothing
every child is told to tell the truth 1200. Good drivers, single or double.C. Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash

and be polite. If you tell the truth E. Enlow, Winter Park, Fla. and $1.00 per week buys a Lot
you are due for a good clubbing, and 9-18-tf
if you are polite you have to be a RENTS COLLECTED.
slick liar.-Luke McLuke. FOR ly furnished RENT-Apartment rooms; gas of,four separate nice Made by SCHLOSS BROS., is coming in jj

bath; new house; adults only; reduc-

FOR THIS WEEK tion avenue.to yearly tennant. 604 Magnolia 10-25-tf N. P. HATCHER and we are anxious for you to see our 1


Eggs,Eggs, fresh from the country, FOR SALE-A No.1 saddle mare, ORLANDO,FLORIDA New Styles and high class tailoring. Best i .1
35 cents per dozen. or buggy horse. Address care Office at Pinehurst ParkP. ;

Best Baldwin Apples, 40 cents per Wright's, Box 567. 9-2-tf O. Box 281
-- --- in the city to buy clothing.
peck. FOR SALE-One Underwood type- 10-8-lm place
Pears for cooking, 40 cents per peck. writer in good condition; one Bur- -- I it iti
Fruit of all kinds to suit your rough's adding machine, used only

pocket. ard two motorcycle months and, in one good Reading shape.stand-Bar- /ooo/ !JoodVood\

Grapes pony baskets 19 cents. gains on quick sale. Call or address, We Mo SLEMONS il ilI
Chestnuts from the hills 15 cents lb. J. C. Sigler, Winter Park, Fla.

,Bananas, 10 and 20 cents per doz. 10-9-tf Excellent Core Pin'e Wood Sup i
Lemons, imported 15 cents doz. I
plied in quantity
Call and see where you can buy the For Sale-Silver Cluster Grape any
most for the least Fruit and Valencia late orange buds. IIII I I e I a 11111. II I I III ; C I 0 I 0 IJ II ; II' I I .U"M4"- e II e H ; e I 1.0. ,..
money. Quality Vigorous stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2 elll.t'QlleIO'I"t ***#*fe.IGIII'IIIOID'rl el'lell"11' : lea t..IBI'Dt4 .
guaranteed. years old.9232m SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE
TilE ORLANDO SPECIALTY CO. II. C. McDANIEL.FOR .. .. ....... ..
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MORE Oi d 3 II <(*I 't." U t< G I J III III ; II I
109 West Church Street STRANDS OR : u" ,. '

10-7-tf hammock SALE-Forty land; eight in acres grove of; fine the ;; ; ;:
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PLANTS AND BULBS ready 750 present to for 1,000 crop setting boxes of oranges-; 500 10 acres trees will be in all from lake told,, ELDREDG BARLOWTelephone ii ;; 1 1I

Now is the time to plant poincet- one and quarter miles from Apopka. 375
tias, boga villa vines salvia pansies, Price $5,000. Address W. II.. Box
rose bushes astoers carnations, etc. 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf South Street, near A. C. L.
We have a full supply of hardy plantsof
the above to select from also many Tracks
other varieties and all kinds of bulbs. FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts.
Call and make jour selection at once. Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas- 911mOrlando's
Violet Dell Gardens, 408 South Lake tle. 9-18-tf I
street. Phone 509. 25-3t'' j ji
FOR SALE-A good Roll Top I
Desk and Chair. Been used very lit-
Wanted to Buy tle. Call on W. C. Sherman, Rock Big- .
Household Goods-Dressers, chiffoniers Building, opposite San Jua Hotel. I i i

washstands small tables kitchen 10-8-tf ..
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utensils electric iron. Any of gest I
these you don't need. Describe and MISCELLANEOUSTHREE i
state price. B. C., care Sentinel Watch this Space j

10-23-3t ROOMS AND BATH, fur- Bargain I jt

Eat all you want. nished or unfurnished .for light :
Eat what you want. housekeeping; electric lights; new .
Take a postscript and forget it. house. Phone Johnson, 67. 24-6t
3 acres on one of the main streets
For sale by all druggists. t
l7d&wlyrWho WANTED:: -Salesman and Collector that will be paved by Christmes. Cor-
apply to Singer Sewing Machine .
is your painter: and decorator? Co., Orlando., Fla. 10-14-tf ner property and is set to Grapefruit, I t t

If you are satisfied keep the one you FURNISHED--ROOMS- If in Oranges, Tangerines and Pecans, all
hive; if not, phone W. T. Entrican. you are t
search of rooms, furnished or unfurnished -I
N-. 636. 1-20-tf .
)
in Good Four Room Bung-
bearing.
call on or address F. l
Taylor, 1008 Ilughey. He can
E'I alow furnished. Good Garage and
Try the Sentinel for your next job _
printing. Prices very reasonable. on your any wants.floor. Any Apartments number to of Barn. Owner leaving the countryand ___________________________ J :

Workmanship the best. Call or phone every one. 10-24-6t
will sacrifice this at itj
when in need of job work. property
have Don't Entrican wait for the every painter one in town before to only $4000. Kincaid & Sruowden

Biggest per cent of profit ever is you try. Am too busy to look you
derived from the use of the Sentinel's I up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
Atha :

job. 1-20-tf Cooper j
want ad. columns.
t Low Priced Furniture House. f ItsC
FURNISHED ROOMS: and board for 114 South Orange Are, Ground Floor I
Look at the label on your paper; (
six
adults. Address
Home
Kentucky ,
it shows the month and the year to 511 Palmer street, Orlando. Lake Phone No. 311U.C.V. I Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida l 1
vHch your subscription is paid. Subs Cherokee. 10-17-lra 1.
> accounts due in a'dvance. ""O.'O to.. I
iption are .
WANTED TO EXCHANGE a large .... .4.- I t'r .........111 8 .I I I a 1 t .. .. ... { A 4 ,... 6 +KiA44bi.G+- Gd r4: piiI11DUNs .
Shetland pony for a larger horse. Reunion
FOR SALE Reel's Steam Laundry, 814 N. Orange .. I
i A. B. MOORE
!Nsrsery stocit, one, two three and avenue, or phone 654. 9-29-tf CARRIAGEAND '.. "
four year old buds; Foster Early, LAKELAND "", ".. i

i it Pineapple.."onavel.Java. Address Homosassa Mrs. M., Kahle.Wash- T. F. HOUPJHAN Licensed Plumber. "',.' j Plain and Decorative Painting!! 1.
Conscientious work at fair prices. --- ,
Anopka. Fla. Phone 2222. 3-lS-tf OCTOBER 28-30 i -
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf -F 1| Paperhanging and Kalsominin<

Low Rate Excursion Tickets DR. L H. RAKSDELi. { First-class work food material; ..nd
Don't fail to see Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's BAGGAGE TRANSfERL II j
reasonable prices. No j b too large t
Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf will be sold October 26-27-28-! I OPTOMETRIST I
29 with final limit November i |lor too small. Drop me a post"'., :ndI
TheWaldecterFish.CoFOR / {! (Successor to Dr. O. P. Ukin)
I we will talk it over.
2nd. ; T. HARRELL, Prop.
REEL'S STEAM LAUNDRY has add- I |i ORLANDO, FLORIDA
FISH AND OYSTERS ed the latest collar ironing machinerv ATLANTIC COAST LINE j
Phone No. 3. 206 Boone Street ; guaranteed not to tear; every Standard Railroad of the South i, Piano and Furniture WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES B. ,MOOR
collar turned by hand; one trial and A. W. FRITOT, D.P.A.
: P. M. and W. O. COX ;' you will always be my customer.Reel's 138 \Vejt Bay St., Jacksonville Fla. i' Moving a Specialty j I AND DO ALL KINDS OF i P. O. ;lox 5 24, Orlando i iI
Steam Laundry (for whites J. G. KIRKLAND, D.P.A. i t
J. 10-23-tf only). Phone 654. 10-21-6t Hillsboro Hotel Tampa, Fla. 8 E. Church St. PHONE 487 ( OPTICAL REPAIRING I 10-9-lm


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FLORIDA

There are 50,016 farms in Florida. THE OLD RELIABLE

The approximate land area of this J__',
state is 35,111,000 acres; 5,253,000acres DANN'S TRANSFERDr.
are in farms and 1,806,000 acres _
of land in farms are improved.The v--
average size of the Florida B. D. WIENANGA, Prop. \
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farm is 105 acres.
The farmers of this state representa
Livery Draying and HaulingWE
capital investment of 143183000. ,
The farmers of this state own $-1-
446,000 worth of implements and Other ;
farm machinery. : GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
The value of the domestic animals,
poultry and bees on the farms of :

this state is $20,591,000.The I AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK /
average value of a Florida wt.=::
farm is $2.863.-U. S. Census Report -

1910.SOUTHERN. Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited ,

GIRL COMPANY AT i HORSED FOR SALE 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON
OPERA HOUSE NEXT WEEK I

'Phone 257. Orlando
Florida
The Southern Girl Company will : 11 HDrsspawer: GUARANTEED Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic
present the following bill in tabloid: I Mechanical Oil Pump, Step'Starter and 66 ,Refinements] ,
Tuesday night, "The Man From : if
Frisco." S375.0O i
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Wednesday night, "Mistaken Iden- 1 1"II

tity." ..U U""0 II 11100 11111111. D I 11111111111 Ie IIlIlIj 129 Orange Ave.
The Southern Girl company will not I Wright & Hilpert ,
repeat any bill but will give a new i 9 Orlando Fla.11..11.11.1111111111..
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program each night, and if you are I {
not pleased with the show you can I Th E Rola P PacRill[ C CoffipallyPackers I .. .;

get your money back. Prices 10c., 111,1.Gill. I i 111.1 J I P II Ii II I ;11 # t I II I 1 ., I I [ t II I I I fi III .. I .I I i. j
20c. and SOc. IA e I C II' I ::1111 11111 Q;III Q 1; 111111I1I I I I I 111I1 III till. 11111 11111 BHillllilttiH C
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LORDIERIUDY.: ET AI., TO BE
ARRESTED FOR ALLEGED ..
LOOTING and Shippers of Citrus z

REMEMBER ;
Oct. Capiases
Chicago were i Fruits and Vegetables. *
being prepared today for the arrest j I ..
of former United States Senator William ;i I will operate alone under above name and shall ap- :
Lorimer, Charles B. Mundy and :
( preciate the business of all who have and any who have :
twelve officials of the LaSalle Street THAT
bank and allied institutions against I j not patronized me in the last three years. For informa- : i.
whom indictments were returned yesterday I tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossing : 1
charging them with looting '; of Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure :

the bank. ':i building, which I am equipping with Mauld's latest ma- :
i chinery and can consequently give you same service : COLD WEATHER

MI-O-NA QUICKLY i which has always spoken for itself. : ,

My\ efforts will be to sell all possible before resorting :
ENDS INDIGESTION
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Eat Your Favorite Food and Never ;"; to distribution. .... Will soon be here and that the best ;

There is Fear a way After-Distress.forou to eatl j j I W. A. DADE, Gen. Manager.
whatever your stomach craves.Many j I for it is to
will say "How I wish I could but I ,I 9-18-2 m : way to prepare get a .
have tried and every time it nearly I j ..
kills me." .. J
The real trouble is that people who 1IIICIIIIIIIIIDlillellll18DIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII .
suffer the untold agony of indiges-I
tion do not realize that the stomach -
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has a lot of work to perform in digesting i Gas Heater
: the fod and if crowded with .. :a
extra labor it rebels and kicks up a 1111111111111THE

fearful Mi-o-na disturbance., a simple and inexpensive CHASE & CO
prescription, easily obtained from Mc-

disturbance will Elroy's quickly Pharmacy or and money effectively or any refunded.drug stop store the It PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs installed at once. We have a large

not only increases the flow of diges- modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-
. builds tive juices up ,and but strengthens surely and the safely stom- date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the stock but do not wait until it gets \
ach walls so that what you eat is ,
cared for as nature intended.It's I' PROPER PACKING :

indigestion needless, heartburn for you ,to biliousness suffer with I I FIRST AID TO cold before ordering. DO IT NOW.

sour, gassy or upset stomach, for Mi- HIGHEST PRICESwhich
o-na tablets surely give prompt and
lasting relief and perfectly harmless. I, however, would not accomplish the end desiredby
T&T. the grower, if he did not also have available the services i 1
of
SPECIAL MATTRESS SALE AT 4 WATER & LIGHT CO.
KINCAID & SNOWDEVS, ORLANDO
MONDAY AND TUESDAY THE CHASE & CO

Cotton mattress, felt top and bot- SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM r GAS DEPARTMENT
tom, French roll edge, art ticking.
Special, only $-1.79. which with forces thoroughly organized
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$10.00 Felt mattress, $7.00. selling expe- i ,. ... .. .. ...... . .111111....
$15.00 Felt mattress $12.45. I rienced, competent and reliable. I -www..-. ._.. _. -. .. ._ I_ ._ _I ._ ._ I_ I_ I_ I_ I_ ._ I_ III I D 1I11 I I J I I I I I II I I I I I I III I I II DID I III I II II.till., '
We give Lucerne theater automo- GIVES THE GROWER 1 1I
bile contest with cash "
coupons every
purchase. HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS LIST YOUR PROPERTYwith LAUNDRYYour BUYERS AND SELLERS ]

Low KINCAID Priced Furniture& SNOWDEN Company, me now, while I have the timeto i general laundry work French I'I'i I buy, sell, rent, and exchange real 1 i
Cor. Main and Pine Sts. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITEDGROWERS' look it over and familiarize myself I dry cleaning, and pressing will be ap-\estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla., j
i preciated. Satisfaction and service over 30 years. Have handled
MARKETING AGENTS I made the over
with the talking points.
For Sale I number of sales last winter guaranteed. Open September 28th. I'$20,000,000. Call and see me.
30 Acres, citrus and vegetable land,! I I and largest expect to do even better this winter Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry, 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.If ,1
20 fenced 10 cleared crop on it now, : -A-SE & CO., I :My prospects are beginnig to arrive for whites only. 9-25-t1J
ready for planting trees this winter and it might cause you to lose you have subscribed for the Sentinel _
and crop next spring; near school and I I sale by putting it off. Call today Up to date painting, papering, etc.< ,
I Main Office, Jacksonville, FloridaA. a I and j
are not receiving
church; half mile of ra road station; at my new offices in the Watkins is the kind you want. Where to get yonr paper -
good neighborhood; tour miles from R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. and list property. will do
your favor
building a by
you notifyingus
court house. Special price if taken in | : 9-30-d&w WALTER W. ROSE, it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. I
next 30 days. Box Orlando.. I Entrican. 1-20-tf at once.
10-25-tf I I I'll iI.H....... a H.IJJ.U U.U Lt.U': ''''U :sU..tI'II''' '' .... Real Estate. Phone 655. I
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CONSTITUTIONALIST AGENT AT
WASHINGTON RESIGNS

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, Washington, Oct. 26.SpecialJuan ( )-

!III (I ihl, IIIIlN !i IIII z ,;p hill t Illlll IDIIIGN i ii is I, alist agent Francisco Washington Urquidy, constitutio.-, today announced -

I i that he had wired his resignation -
I to Carranza and thus far had
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i I received no reply. Urquidy denied
that his separation from the Carranza

government had any relation to the .
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: dispute between his brother and I

Raphael Zubaran Capmany: personal
representative of Carranza in the
s United States.GERMANY .

For To-day--- iftI

HOLDS NEARLY 300- '

t Tomorrow and every other day, you'll fiida 000 OF ALLIES PRISONERS \

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check account with the State Bank mighty '.
I London, Oct. 26.-A Reuter dis-i DO YOU UNDERSTAND!
i handy in keeping an accurate record of yjur patch from Amsterdam says that acI I I I

money affairs. cording to Berlin newspapers received j Iii II
I there the number of war prisoners in low yon can personally be LancOttej -
r Take note-how many business men Germany to Ocotber 21st ,
I I up aggregated by the
pay you in cash? Very lew-for businessmen 296,869 including 5,401 officers.Of advantages accruing to :

! cannot take chances by carrying m ney these it is said there are 2,472 I: 11 Ii Ii the commmunity by :
French officers and 146,897: men;
about. The safe way is the business-like 2,164 Russian officers and
100,524men Ii E 1 "J'li'cllDrru I ] 1
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ilessrvc
r way-our bank checks. ; 547 Belgian officers and 31,378 Act ?
men, and 218 British officers and
Try paying with checks.
! 8,669 men.CROWN = Call, telephone or write and we will .

The Bank of ; ; mail our booklet--
State Orlando PRINCE'S PLAN WENT -just out---which ;

WRONG? explains this act fully and clearly. .


I j I London, Oct. .-Acocrding to the .
I Star's Rome correspondent the German -
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I crown prince presided over the ''.-
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October 14, when the German advance ._ .. ,. .. .-
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such decisive defeat decided :
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a was on.
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SOUTH AFRICAN REBEL LEADER including several hundred Germans, I ..: .:.: : :
RETREATS FROM KEIMOS I artillery and machine guns. Our casualties c --
were ten wounded. The en- BELGIAN FLAG FLIES OVER :
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London, Oct. 26.-The Pretoria !emy left two dead. ESSCHEN >
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(Transvaal) correspondent of Reu- ':: :: '
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ter's has forwarded the following of- II. Kanner's great sale continues j Amsterdam, Holland, via London, D' &t r ,@ : 0.
ficial telegram: until November 1st. 11-tf Oct. 26.-According to the newspaper 1 ;' 4 W '
"Lieutenant Colonel Maritz, head Handelsblad the Belgian flag is now .
of the rebellion in British South Africa I flying above Esschen, twenty miles

attacked Keimos Province FOR SALE-Good boat wagon; can of All the German ( .' .... .. ,
(Cape ) north Antwerp. .
be : :: :-::.. : : : .: .. .
I used for hunting; cheap. H. C. : :: j. ,;: : : .H. : ,:.", .:" '.a
October 22nd, with over 1,000 men, McDaniel. 10-23-1m soldiers have been withdrawn. I I -' ,

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OSCAR HAND & SON CLEARANCE SALE ANNOUNCEMENTOn


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


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

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


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This is not only a formal showing of new Fall Goods, and the THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPREHENSIVE EXPOSIlIESS: SATINS, a soft dress satin, rich in i
!latest and most correct fashions, but a sale of decided money sav TION IT HAS BEEN OUR PLEASURE TO PRESENT. The colors and quality, all the new and wanted shades,36 85c
ing 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 qualitystrongly -----------------------___
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 THE BIG STORE. At the COMMENCEMENT of the season and Wraps for the particular Women, as yet offered at this Pop silk in a beautiful black, 36 inches wide at__________ $2.00
when the assortments are complete and the new things most in ular Womens Store.
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,
we might get, but are offered NOW at our uniformly low percent- S20.00 Coats, Special for this Sale______________________ 17.7o an exceptionally good value at $1.25, especially priced ("JO
age of profit.Ye know we save you money-we want :you to $25.00 Coats, Special for this Sale______________________ 19.75 at__ --------- --------__-_________________________ $1 .
know it. ____________________
"Good Goods at lowest prices at all times" is our Motto. $30.00 Coats, Special for this Sale 21.75 SERGES, all wool 54 inches
Innumerable money saving chances all over the store will sub$35.00 Coats, Special for this Sale____________________ 28.75 and black, really worth wide, in cream, navy $1.2 5
stantiate these claims. $40.00 Coats, Special for this Sale______________________ 32.50 $1.50, special at-n___
AN UNPARALLELLED SALE WOMEN'S AND MISS $50.00 Coats, Special for this Sale______________________ 39.75 BROAD CLOTHS, 54 inches wide, satin faced b
ES HIGH GRADE SUITS AND COATS. HUNDREDS OF NEW NEW SILKS AND DRESS GOODS. shades chiffon at finished, sponged and shrunk, all the new $1.50
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BECOMING SUITS AND DRESSES Heie will find ---------------
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Our utmost energies bent for
were
duplicates of 'paris Models, brought out of the City of upon securing you excepbeautiful SATIN BROAD CLOTHS, Chiffon weight,
tionally good values that this initial sale may be a brilliant suc- spong
Style I just before the war.. These reproductions. are better than cess. The reward of our efforts can best be determined by the ed and shrunk, soft and graceful, 54 inches wide, avery
which the originals, because more attention! is given to smallest details, merchandise we offer and the price we offer them at. You are superior quality in black only_____.-______--_-- $2.50
make the styles more attractive. the judges, and we have no doubt but what you will pronounce SHEPHERD CHECKS, in all wool
FALLRE FEATURE A WONDERFUL 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

Look around and mp SELECTIONand 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

extremely All ultra popular.ou smart; the coats are taking with the no long chance military at lines THE being BIG fabric_. quality of deep for shimmering__________shades______,__40____inches-_______wide-___,$2.2 9 small greys,designs Wistarias at, -Copenhagens- ----_----_and---_Navy-____-ground--_____with--__ 50e

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.25 TABLE
the fall inches wide NUMBER 1. Wool Dress Goods in plain
coming and winter. ment, 40 priced at $1.00 and
colors, plaids and fancy weaves, 65 and 75
cent values
The materials are Broad Cloth, Serge, Wool Poplin, Garba- C EP.E CHINE" the new Crepe pe.Chl s are extra special at-_______________________________ _: 3Sc
dme, Diagonals and Novelty effects, in all the wanted shades, our here, rich in colorings and superior quality, 40 inches tfJI 48, '
regular wide, $1.75 quality for_. pl. TABLE NUMBER 2. Wool Dress Goods, in Alba-
trous, Serges, Shepherd Checks
$)500 models 1 specially priced at _______________________ 75c and Fancy Weaves, 48c
$19.75 to 8oc, values
$1.39 extra special at ______________
$20.00 and $23.50..50 models, specially priced at-___________ 17.75 $1.50 quality for ______________ ----
$15.00 models Specially priced at______________________ 12.75 TAFFETA SILKS, pure dye, chiffon finish, as soft TABLE NUMBER 3. This lot consists of Serges,
$30.00 models, specially priced at-_______________________ 24.75 as satin, rich colorings, new tinted evening shades, S6 Wool Taffeta: plain and fancy weaves, $1.25 values,
SSo.OOmodels, specially priced at________________________ 28.75 inches wide, $1.50 quality at $1, 00 extra special at------------------ 85e
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$40.00models I specially priced at___________ 32.50
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$50.00 models, specially priced at_____________________ 39.75 $1.75 quality at -_-------__________________________ $1 .48 POPLINS, in Cotton all the new shades, in plain 25e
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