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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 1, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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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' .;,; !., Right: !Have: Made,.Substantial, ;Advances\ .> : Flag- Within"fa"f e Y .,! -.: S grl u1t I r. glum lo ..Relieve,:!\ iY" ; (. .' -< Border- #; {' .
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;; .f ; J After t Six'Days, of Hard''Fighting, "" :' Weeks,.. .:-.. Coflege-..atTHpscow.-- f' .. Investing-4. Antwerp" Washington, Sept. 30._(SpeciaL) -?

. ,;+ ... "I 'I r'Pans \London: Sept,. 30.- i&' report 'ibaf '...,:Ixndori, Sept. adA:'dispatch. 'from: I London, Sept 30;- Th TostT core- -Numerous developments in the .
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,.Sept. 3O.-Special-Complete success appears to'q.av e:'?the< 1885, 1886 and --1888 'classes':of Rome" 'tt.', the",-, Exchange. ,.'Telegraph'v' ,gpondent .at Antwerp. *telegraphingregarding ,"* .' 'Aie icansituation '"kep t the'althougji state de: < .: .
the:great, flanking movement Italian' tese Ves 'I" 1- partment'b1Y! today and along '
attended; designed to encircle an will. e called to the on pany'datedTuesdaYI says: .the, attack on 'the outeyfortstlier"says
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"cut off. ,the tight'wing- of theGerman nnies under.G2nerals Vor i colors. rli'in October: has been confirmed 'Petrogramessage: 'that disp was
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Kluk' andYonBoehm.' The center of. activity has shifted porn according bJT to;..the correspondent. newspapers,of the; 'fierce, \ battle between' Jhe-army p| j,t, .''j1ie' bombardment! -' of"our "outer.. ,agency:indicating that he is not 'rea. =' /, : J

"yof the, 'Somme,' where J :the enveloping; movement' is'\being' pushfj !London Daily.Maij! at'Venice: Eleven General .,"Renentatnpf/and,tsiat'of.the,': fbrts.'whidi.developed Tueiday, had ;ji lit submitting to Villa's program. -" ': JOt

.With the greatest ..vigor.. The waroffice statemen&.that in ttregion"the is fiifst category classes wiltt then be un- German' General ,yon Hindenburg has ';lamentable result at Duffel, ten miles Secretary 9r( -State Bryan again ex"p ;' : I I

action.continues. to develop more .: and" more taw ''d dei''the flag'. and will .total 1,390,000 been raging r since' 'S nday;;'morning :south' .:of Antwerp, where: ,a crpwdfpfrefugees Pressed the hope, that lasting peace..
.' along: frpnt: extending from Grodno-:I would'.epmd! out of "conference tomorrow .
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: .* dJ. wfthont' to, Druskeniki on !the Niemen. Fiver 'to'ieave .bettpeenrepresentatives of ,
/ A later 'official bulletin issued at ; counting the 80,00inen[ a, train ui. :which the shell ..7r
midnight says "the".gen. H al Pour-rarmy'- corpsbave'been'engaged fell into f Carranza and Villa at Aguas. Calien-
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_is *. "The French- and British. now have, advanced'positions. nbrtl'of,. tory;divided,iota thirity army cos being constantly reinforced_ front 4, men" wpmen: and children. were Kl- c rrahza',i" dispatch eipresse 'hilt
i the Somme,; which will effectively cut off Geneial;'>Yon' Kik/s> "The' correspondent say tJygC*Austrian -, I yOna. The t ,_Russians have.. already most. Annihilated., willingness to retire from the provisional
retreat' northeast Juriiville ., troops are stdUthrpjfntj'jipfease -d = repulsed -.the, Germans .at- .-:..severalipoints I: "armore.tiaio.with. 'engineers presidency if his resignation! \ 8 i
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. baseofsupplie; with its .siDgIe"l: nErt>{ railrojdist Ponla Feltarvis: line being defended r .M f1d ;w -,1.iIUA : d"'grest=execntion.'antougr .convention; which meets in Mexico l

', in a precarious, situation.!, The- allied, line' south;,'of ;.Jumvjle) is 1 1pressihglthe'German by'the'ladwehr. "-.r" i + : .r-5 message': froni i\Vienna,, dwellingon outposts.. l:" Sty fomorrow.*,*It''apP arS from his
;: : .line; inward; and' northwardF}and the! French J ; .the:Rnssian. advance throtigliGalieid'says w Vpie;jpositionnow4 shows:"clearly} message to his Washington: agents

/and British, operating; rom'a northwesterly:direction,.are;cosing. HEAVIEST: GALEaIN: )1EMORV I ..they.Russians, .are:in .posses:," that' the Germans Contemplate a that Carranza is disposed to quibble
r aon'of all 'the. : the terms bf'his resignation and
.in' on this position. > SWEErINqGERM ,COAST railways: district..of heavy; a'hpIitAe ,:br 'Antwerp. qver
Further 't # : Przemysl 'ahd :srer aldxancuig rapidlyin obab'ly,...as'ad, ,meanS:'to. extort;Jroriitl place"th responsibility'' for it "in th.hands' {
appreciable. advance by either,of'the'allied.armisarwUl: : London: Sept.> il-- "ThV ,heajest the two t linea, .states. ,a dispatchfrom e government'jaa'armistice'; fed.asioreiease of',his own adherents. "' This is'indieat'ed

forceGene rastVo.nKJu! } ,and'yon': Boehm.to: eitherTetreatly, -way gal;:within giving'I memory :is 'sweep th&Rome\ orrespondent of-tie; :Ih e rJn.i'.a y iQoV cbTer*?, 'by'th: announcement

'of* .Rethel, ,the only'-' oad left open tohil>};to1V Belgium. irvnale', ing over Denmark<'and. the"North se'salong Exchange Telegraph; .companyh a stand with.evpry'prospeci.of,the allies.iurhirig/his admitted; .'de'' the whole ,German,coast," says report continues:, *fA- ,1n11'. be to't&eJ. arti 1"Fe:1./1.1t.' J.- ifexico<< :. City conference, of hja '1
*.feat into disaster., < 'ct4 -: ; -, the'Copenhagen correspon,3ent,t, of"tbDaily"News. ; 'Trtie- Tiorthem' column (of,R s ian ,') aGarnsalk" \"l Ife i' :;:.l'PCS'bermarus f' own chiefyra
.*' ''- i ha8 nade"'an. assauIV-pn/Tarttow; 'the, A dispatch fe eutes Telegram : has unequivocally' : announced
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: ,:fLa t reRortg from te front; 'publi he<| bygthe,warq M. hw last obsta ae l bitweetf't tHat the of '. ( .
resignation .Carranza
: rx=fonsiderable. ; .ste dy 'advances'.byejJFrench.; ,righfcV6pexaiing. ;;i .the j squtheln 1 rlotD..ptoperiy:;' COnfinnes i W1l tdI's.d :aadfdistant f om'thi place. onlq.'tixm tht Tetegi; t -s this-JDes: wiU 1dr'te; ibimfrost .mat hjng on the. --_ ,-.. .... +
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part of:the Wperve region, ,Here\six;.days.ago the Germans 'lied pate: i' f'uv.rvciiii ui.uir;: :maneuvers \le&.a'Tlit, ',3outh ern; ,eVcol n ktite.. ltoPr !P.\C..tt: {: ca'pjtol,,andfthosefinr dose touch with. )a/. "
-, 'a' line extending ,;from 'Rjchecourt to tiironvolle/ ,intersecting the' B the neighborhood of Kiel.have'be'eii QccupgiugiSanolt,..has: dvair..ed;\Vet ',St= # Fro.m\TanOl1S: points"tile gRrristr: : 4" 1 ia.; ,der;that'thtamovement J twilimmediateltfoltbwif } .

!town',ofSeichprei.iHeayy fighting and. jt Josses *both sides' &ban4oned.. ;A 'telephone, ,message t ward itithemtention'of; cntting-o S iinaflRsorties' .repulseb the Gets : theot1t: ome,at' .
,havg continued for $iatdays".and? :seye ,on ,frx>m West'JutIand'statesthat, :a jinmi: I the'retreat'hithat: eection.o r tJ e Auurianarp ;_ wltv heavy*losfibe, 'b on @.:1 AgoasCalientea, < .. ';conference. is unfap. -
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.tqdaythe.Frenp4 Isuccepded :
. jn\ I which'' iS 'being driven nbJe .
bardment
beT/bjr-lOjdieS pf ;Geim n. 'saUors:; f i .of Aorta: WoeIhepi and! St G 1 "y
e occupying.fe\ih? \ re did Jllff- ; C ardtfiers the confidential, of
( 9n Iorin we're.washed'asboi'e Monda/ Southward.- 'i"Indicatipna \ % Catherine by'the Germans continu ( ? : gent
: the_slopes', o fRiai_tdeMad )in. Muertbe. etMQselle; : portii'o :"Esbje3rg; Telegraphiccom; ;. !'. :.a!\that, the 'Russiansdo A.'singlg attaekhasbeen delivered,r,!- rite state departmlnt, wAs deposed' today .
; ; a municatlon'has ,beenconsiderably"npt l iotV intcjp'3,!!:to. c ';iCijacdw,'but the 'Germans: 'on ''.t rts'' .Lietele'-andAEC1ITURDLB .:land '.Paul Iv Canovaj: has;beea. .ap'"
&einJJ. : *> .: %% -" '- o leav yit; .ciiti off aruiS mounded anthen ',Br edo -: Ar!.-*** pointed in Ibls steadjand directed .to' +
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,the.JCaiser, s' Stock: :harm; ; ..I I.R : > :- It i4>aid Jiere that uiase.,Iglesiaa.CalderoU .
WORKWfJnAJj\RG&\ [ f .' ,.A. .f etsr' '.dis i atc'to) : lrpe .thiist.1 tu her ,declines' to'--accept

"' : NltorM i t 4 b.. r.TlJ.., M.1 USIRIA", '-, A S SVIENNA .: '\ ""r tepbles sthafamongtthe; "arrivin a&oknsk'>femarlcable; wa;the,'1-O:0 $!r x&;!J, COMPAr r Y Yd ,the,:,presidency Bf!levd.! s.f): Villa oiheplace: will.. ;urge.*"' ;, Gen1"era' t r

;- .t' *? ( 't : 'r .. "! > :en t stock of Emperor.fiYilliain'f' 1t 't.
],( ..QNEnIIRD.IQr ilPJJPIL: ,tVOTFS' '$200,090: TOr > ous digreei cattle agds tu'i ll." THEIRBEa, [ TIFUtLY i 13ig'Shipment: ;uf#liexnntlition'Cto se.'

'THAN AT OPENING.. .' -T* CA1IKBEESA', AR :t. CQ3iBATt IH PFEAII?;;!' ho'. capturejl'by..the'"RussiAr l -"tik I t REMOELE:: > 'BANKING. ; .i 4.'B: < .rddr'r' *
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;t.:.,r c ;<:,, eral' nttcrest : J .....easesMadef' \! Cittil' Government.founded Up i ;; : i gotedlrOll4,000A. ; y:Senores.9t p e;,from'Dilanto;" :ail L St flie>- Drfahdo-. -- aDY- arid-Trust.. -Sr* company. en -t9i! : s..No tc : Deadlight Vis VV
.. ': .. ;Rm Pnntipies; IhtrcK N '' strue.tio .t btheJ'Qrilng: "wUL..joorJ' has < erifetpnsng'Ynandat ** Sbo\VD'ancf tho'bell zv ..inuft1edieii
.. ,' ., 'ng. .., : crowns;; 200Q00)'for',the c, \ County >ru u>9 .: "heehicompleted! -::4n. idis.. + ? :!
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: 1fU1brol ;pupim' Ver'lastAyear, .A. ifct-ii-oT v as '.t : ofsliepidemie.pf thIivfug 'liftJe:eity VatJb'ei) U11edbffThereoming'of :: :ior..tA1s liaridsoiries i bankid .'mom'iikyl mofningnyith< ''sect soldierstVtV. .,.i.?. /* .. \* **..' .
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Ij; +Tgan,tb,&:1|rx U-16'{ ,rr term** ,yesterday.. n5 tnqrn: : *: pt1SO, "" forwarded: DY-/}1iF3SiIat% coflresptonientof railway.!! is the.,incentive ,t9jthjpbg"celebraiipn :' .t J f th ountry* ;, +They. workh 4eeeniundet"waJ r zo "BOOSsl: wxrp& JR-a:i' .

'., :,.litg......under... \.h&)nod. 1ahorableancea .' 'Ut, 1 >..the.Mid ,iwho)'saya if' andcoe&.wili leave,5lothinincomplete o/7 several .months I ,'.' f' .:.f.\ i _J., '
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h; y)4 'm btii i"preited asa.iarg'e opstoft>itltttehitchl; alhas'been r.epo ,, cad. bee-;: pork**t and'idhton,"r dried the. people pf'Orlando'[ ;} nd.Uragg e Tiaia3ay'idoings} ithespect'to'ttbe '

a.lai }danea. at''tlieopenlh: .r9 asesinKpOwies { *tachments. .owtHe'annyt V Whether. any. chicken and'(dozen;other goodti1ings rounY.' .Saturdaytafter.l btnkingJioJ'tjirihe r appointment f-JJmted>, ( 'Sta?_' naj.
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( iom 0 sl / |g curt er : : 'great' p. .. enongh ; 'the "; Biyan as Judge ,of the
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GOING TO FIGHT FOR FRANCE ., the; measles and whooping we have no *ri Ti| ufer t {NEW ,CANCER REMEDY If you want quick returns from ad-

cough and those other plagues of! from preyentab ..- Removes cancers, tumors of all I I vertising at moderate cost, patronizethe
childhood may be, should be, avoided (;J A kinds. No money until you are sat- : columns of the Sentinel. You
isfied. W. Hams, 4-7 Warren
Dr. C.
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r:9 and if we+will we may avoid them. ITALY: WONT 'IJT Bldg., Lafayette street Tampa, Fla. can place your wants before 8,000
They;are not necessary' and it isn't I SUCCESSION, ': \ 3-13-10t people in Orlando and numberless
playing fair with the youngsters to I Ipermit' TH other readers of the paper in adjoin-

or enfdrce the ordeal upon ,': EBB AHEADOf ing., itory. -
them. They can't help themselves.: -; \ your neighbor by reading the (' \ .J.
Rome Italy, jii < ;\
We can protect them and we should. I Sentinel every morning and getting If yon. want your bicycle fixeid ina
-"In view of the ,t.
The sick man is the useless man- I ', all the news first. hurry take it to Warman's Repair
i existing through -
yet not quite useless, for he Shop. 12-5-tf.
servesas
the Tribuna today Get the news in the Sentinel first.
an example to the community of:
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consider that the o > /
the result of neglecting a plain duty.: ',
of Albania to a son.,,_ \
He who is disabled by'illness is no i

longer a producer he becomes an expense important ex-sultan of to Turkey justify -. 3k yf9Po7z$rnejfr&School

a drag upon his friends, an ,
actual drawback to the general
pros-
Look at the label I,
perity. it shows the month i:, I BooKs and Supplies
The gospel of good health is nextto
which your subscriptioi
the gospel of Christianity-even \
a '
scription accounts are d Jll be .our' principal business for the next
part of it. Ill.health is not ordinarilyor

.., ,,. often conducive to a lofty moral- i' All new for ek or, two. Our trade in this department
ity, and as a part of our code of eth
will be on display, and'aitailor : tends .from Tangerine to Lake Fc1r.:Etta
ics, if we will not admit it as a partof I .
to take me'
3 2 ; our practical every day religion it day Tuesday and your Wedq\< ." I from, Orange Center to Lake Pickett. We
should guide us to better
Photo living. us show you. Yoweli'"" \ fish school book used in school
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any
Press
j ', by American Association. The basic fact remains;whether we Company. every .

; French reservists ratline from :New York for service against Germany. make it a part of our religion or I \ .he county, and .any furnishing from a

-- merely a matter of economics, that Get the news first in the, .-' ',,A'
I .e to-seatsi'desks and musical in-
THE SIN OF SICKNESS realize that it is the most efficient t : pencil

weapon for the preservation of physical MBCiiaiiii > vents. We are headquarters for school
.(Issued by State Board of Health.) strength and health. % iaM&iieBMiMiiiiCMM9mmiiit '

To the average mental capacity the To be well, to stay well, is a moral > THE CHASE & COPACKING' .ies.

v$ classification of sickness as a moral duty in so far as it can be accom- W. S. BRANCH
offense against society must appear plished through an acquaintance with 1 ,
; the product of a disordered brain. recognized laws by which we know HOUSE AT ORLANDIs

Certainly illness is a misfortune, disease is spread from an infected The Arcade Book and Music Store
some of it is more than that; some I source. Such knowledge is available modern fully equipped with the best up-to- ......."
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diseases catch date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the .
us by accident unpreventable even to the ignorant from authorita- ..4": .'

accident which no precautioncan J tine investigation. PROPER PACKING -",.
guard against, and some are We moderns have learned that it is
FIRST AID TO \
clearly avoidable. Our grandmothers j I not necessary for any one to have typhoid # : THE OLD RELIABLEOANN'S

used to regard a rather long list i fever malaria, smallpox, even HIGHEST PRICES \
of children's diseases as' inevitable t I tuberculosis, because we have learned
which, however, would not accomplish the end desired ji \ TRANSFER
and they deliberately tried to time how these diseases communicated, ,
J are by the grower, if he did not also have available the services = '. '
_ the period of their visitations to their .and how they develop. Knowing these .

young broods ,at such intervals in !fundamental facts we may all of us of \ t'," Dr. B. D. WIENANGA, Prop.

their busy lives when they themselves j I1' we will, avoid them. We have no
THE CHASE & CO '
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might most conveniently nurse the :infallible cures for .the advanced i 1. .
(, ,. and Ii"
youngsters. The more serious diseases stages of these diseases, but we have / :ery, Draying Hauling'VE
,' which sometimes resulted fatally -,methods that ward them off altogether SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM i

:: they considered as Trisitationsof and who can dispute the assertion which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, expe- l

an all-wise but mysterious Providence. i that it is a moral obligation to r use rienced, competent and reliable. 'VE GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
{them? ...-.
GIVES THE GROWER
x. They didn't know any',better. We j i. It is a udty that we owe ourselves,
do. Medical.science in those days our families and those with whom we HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS .

1''; hadn't advanced to the stage where 'are intimately associated, for our ,; s O, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK

the doctor's "mission was 'quite as j comfort and theirs. We owe it to CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED -

much to prevent as to cure disease. i the neighbors, the community and the .
I NSF; & CO. *Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
c The idea of advising with the family state, for every man owes it to all the I j\ i -
physician to preserve health, when .it I rest that he shall always be at his GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS '
HORSES FOR SALE
was already' perfect would have 'highest point of efficiency as a pro- I : u-

seemed a shocking waste of time and ,ducer. The prosperity of_ this, community -1 Main Office, Jacksonville, FloridaA. :1' \ t
money. The science of keeping clean depends upon the best effortsof I R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Florida

medically clean,.the science of sanitation ,, each individual and it becomes a :I I 9-30-d&w l.

hadn't been born then. Now we patriotic debt. i 1111111 II II OIl I U II H I II h II I L II I I 4 I III., I.... -

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week. Purchasers can buy' through their own Broker, and all Real 'Estate men l =. <' them and arrange


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favorably with other lots, but will prove to.be a rare bar-

Located in the'City Limits.. About 5 acres planted'in 116Grapefruit I' gain. Will pay to buy this lot on speculation. Remember
And.large Bath Room. Four of the rooms located on
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cash is
and about 200 bearing Orange Trees, all bud- no object with the owner, therefore the.-most

6roomliberal terms granted. ground floor, with Verandas on east, west and north;
ded. One acre of Garden Land, near I'ak'd .
i" three Bedrooms and Sleeping Porch and large Bath Room
House. .This Grove''is'in condition to.enable purchaser,
on second floor; latest and all modern improvements
not only to make.1 good living, but to increase his bank "'" '
through the house. .Garage with underground tank onpremises.
5 Acres
account considerably. Don't, miss this one of a fw rare Good i Citrus Lot-; .
I' Size.cf TlxloO,-located In a very desirable
opportunities to get independent. Will advance money e "t. -<<:?
and fashionable. dist .Price and terms will compare
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Geneva FUu 23 School '_u ....... uu. ''. .. .
Sept. "'/O.' ': ,.
opened :Monday with Miss :::,.. ,' "
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Stone R as,A.teachers.L. Hope filled his appoint- : A A {;, :j, t I,::... .. .

ment here Sunday morning and evening s TODAY'"Little
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preaching two very interestingand

instructive sermons. Sunday

evening was the beginning of a series : Mary" Pickford;

through of meetings the week.which will .continue : LI1i The last of the Mary Pickford re-issues.

On Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Wade Raulerspn entertained in honorof
their sister, Miss Marian Tarbell "That Boy From the Poor House,"

whose marriage to Mr. Darrell Wes- ,.
ton had been announced. The porchwas A Biograph drama complete in one reel.

beautifully decorated with palms ._ __ ... ..
T u.
and Spanish moss. Several mirth-

provoking games were played after '. ..,.'0, "The Soul of Luigi "
J-. ,. ,
which a delicious supper was served ." '
consisting of salad, sandwiches tea, % ,'< A Vitagraph, featuring James Morrison,

guavas, cake and punch. Those pres- George Cooper and Dorothy Kelly. You
ent were: Mr. and :Mrs. Carroll Cul-
Photo oy American Press AssociationCHINESE know what from these
to
pepper, :Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Sieg, Mr. expect people.
and Mrs. Fern Tarbell Misses Pearl
;
BLOW UP CHULUOTA SUNBEAMS parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Long,
RAILROAD.
Kilbee, Kate Flynt, Lydia Geiger
BRIDGE AT .
this week. "
Della Jones Mabel Donor Marie Dan- "Dolly at the Helm
Plenty of rain. Weather is nice Dr. J. W. Nixon made a business ,
iels Nellie Geiger, Theresa Tarbell Weihsien, Shantung, China, Sept. i and cool.
trip to Jacksonville last week.
Irene Peters and Addie Gresham; I An Edison featuring Mary Fuller in the
t 29.-Chinese troops today bl up Billie and Cleveland Jacobs Mrs. W. F. Graves few
spent a
spent
Messrs. Gordon Flynt, Frank Sutton 11th of the of the Dailies."
I
and .destroyed the railroad bridge at several days in Cocoa last week visit- days in Kissimmee last week. "Dolly
William Kilbee Joe Smith, Counsel Tayuho, six miles west of here. I ing Thomas Hodges and family.D. .
Brown Fred Ballard Harry Geiger, The sound of the explosion could
Paul Dooley, Edwin Raulerson, Cleve- W. Currie, J. T. Jacobs, J. C. LAUNDRYYour "
in this
be heard city. "Broncho Billy Puts One Over.
land Jacobs and Horace Raulerson. Patterson and W. I. Higgins spent

Miss Marie Daniels left Friday to Saturday in Orlando on business general laundry work French
dry cleaning, and will be An Essanay drama featuring Mr. G. M.
pressing ap- ,
her Mr. and Mrs.
resume duties as teacher of the r 1Uneeda Chas. )Phillips' and preciated. Satisfaction and service f
Georgiana schooL Mrs. J. Q.- Adams of Geneva, were guaranteed. Open September 28th. Anderson.
Quite a number of Geneva people the pleasant guests of :Mr. and Mrs. Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry,
enjoyed a fish fry on Lake Harney J. Tilden PJacobs at The Palm, Fri- for whites only. 9-25-tf
Saturday. Have you heard that
day.Mr. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY II.
Mrs. C. E. Patterson and Miss Carl Holton left with his family -
Lydia Geiger; entertained the little Saturday for their home in Jacksonville C. McDANIELThe ORCHESTRAWatch -

tots on Lake Harney Thursday even- where the young Holtons stucco cottage on Cathcart St.
ing in honor of Master Clyde Patterson. will enter school Monday. Mr. Hol- one block north of Eola Park, just it grow.

ton is the contractor on the new hotel I completed built for comfort and con-
Miss Ramona McLain left Saturdayto and will return Monday to see to his venience-large lot, stone garage,
take charge of her school at Lake work until finished, which will be beautifully situated and will be sold
4-
Mary. about two weeks. for $6,000, good terms. 5c tOe
Mr. and Mrs. Lang and children, G. M. Jacobs and Archie Prevattare Twenty acres on Lake Gatlin, tTomorrow"THE

of Sanford, spent several days in Ge- away on a cattle gathering trip about 18 planted to oranges and

neva last week as guests of Mrs. W. this week. grape fruit trees, 5 years old, fully THE' 1
D. Ballard. Mrs. M. E. Jacobs is spending the ,000 boxes now on trees. If you desire -
Miss Barbara McLain left Tuesdayfor present week with her daughter, Mrs. this property, will be divided VALLEY OF
Tallahassee where she will at- Theodore Anlin, of Oviedo.Mr. giving two fine building sites with MOON," by Jack London. Six wonderful i

tend the Woman's college there. Schwartz, of Titusville, Mr. Lake Gatlin in front overlooking parts.
Mr. and Mrs. Tally have moved I Arnan and Mr. Denmark, of Orlando, three other lakes. Price for 20 acres .!
into the Raulerson house in South were guests at The Palm Monday.R. $12,000 or $6,000 for half. Nothing 4.
Coming---"Judith of Bethulia. The
Geneva. T. Thrasher and family are better in Florida. Owner has repeatedly -
Married; at the home of the bride's home again after spending the sum- refused to sell, but on account greatest picture that has ever been seen
parents Mr. and Mrs. JJ. Y. Tarbell ; mer at Clearwater. of sickness he is unable to come in Orlando. We

Miss Marian Tarbell to Mr. Derrell Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Johnson, of Orlando i to Florida to live as he intended. guarantee.

Weston. These young people are have moved to Chuluota for I Two 3 acre tracts overlooking Or-
from Michigan, having removed to the present.A. lando-fine lake view, good neigh-

Geneva two years ago ao1d have dur- E. Culley, of Miami, is visiting borhood, good land and splendid for
ing their stay here made many friends his brother, P. E. Culley, and family surburban homes. Price $1,000 each. :: 0I" \ ..
who wish them a long, happy and this week. Mr. Culley formerly livedin 10 acres all cleared, north side r-

I useful life. Chuluota and says it seems goodto Lake Ivanhoe overlooks Orlando,

Mr. John Huddleston, of Washington see the old friends and familiar splendid land and a fine home site, Ham and
D. C., is visiting his parents places again. This is his first visitin 2000. 9-11-lm e
I here. 3 BiscuitTempt fourteen years. -I Ill

The death angel hovered over the the appetite, Mrs. W. O. Townsend and children, Try the Sentinel for all kindsof I" FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I

I home of one of our neighbors, Mrs.L. please the taste and of Cocoa, are visiting the former's Printing. Prompt service.

D. Girard, on' last Monday nigh nourish the body. .- _. --- -- < REAL VALUES LOW PRICES J JI
and carried away the sweet spirit ofa Crisp,clean and fresh. U 1110 Ie I It I i ; H ,Q ; II C U I U III J 111111 II U U I .
loving daughter, Jessie, who had cents.BwBi. COMPARE j
[struggled with typhoid fever for sev- 5

eral weeks. Everything that willing ROLLINS COLLEGE Winter Park OUR

[hands and loving hearts could do was icuit I FURNITURE I
[gladly done for her, but "our Heavenly .
Father" knows best and the end Round, thin, tender Oldest College and Most Beautiful Grounds in Florida J We provide the quality of furniture that has long
came Monday night at eleven o'clock. with a delightful flavor been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
[Jessie was a true Christian and a -appropriate for lunch College, Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Do- standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
Industrial Arts Business Teacher's Course It wouldn't here were it otherwise. "'ecan'tmake ,
iutiful duaghter. When we view her eon, tea and dinner. mestic and ,
Jin her family relations the conviction zo cents. Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones .

forces itself upon us that there she fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dol- I of this business, and that means much to any buyer. I
lar endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ,
|shone as a bright ray of: sunshine,
.nd among her friends that she practiced CRAHAMCRACKERS i a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new icNEQl & DAVIS BLOCK 4
the principles which .consist in rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New ,

eking others happy. Her, love for I chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every Cor. Orange and Church St.,

}od, unselfish was seen devotion not only to in mother her beautiful and- Made ingredients.of the Bakedto finest i modern Preparation device for; analysis engineering of soils course., fertilizers, foods, water. :D : ::andOJ: :

tennis football
ome, which she loved so much, butn perfection. The Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, ,
Christian. but undenominational; expenses moderate.
her uniform kindness to every one national strength
\>f her friends and any who were in food. 'zo cents. K Scholarships available. For catalogue address

eed of kindness. When death re- i ii
WILLIAM FREMONT BIACKMAN
oves from our homes the loved ones, Buy biscuit Baked by I ,
round whom the affections twine we
Ph. D. LL. D.. President. i
Ire apt to think that our sorrow is NATIONAL BISCUIT i

greater than we can bear and so it .itiit "tI 'IIIIO"III..t.e'III'II'lftD..
>uld be if it were not for the con- I' COMPANY

|oling thought that death is the gate I Always look for that Name. WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ? 7
endless joys. How dark the home
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now and how mother, sisters and FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA -
ther miss her, but since He does SHARE IN PROFITS
FOR WOMEN ,,; GAINESVILLE BUYERS TO
til things for our good, we will ,
say
ENGLISH HOMES THROWN OPEN LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
|ke one of God's children said long TALLAHASSEE.College .
"God' hath given, God hath taken TO BELGIAN REFUGEES School of of Art Music and; Sciences School ;of Normal Expression School;; Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
ay, and blessed be the name of the School of Art; Extension Division; Gradate Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Art: 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduce
School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming: Taw: Engineering: Agriculture; Teachers
ord." After a beautiful and im- London Sept. 29.England has pool: backet ball and tennis courts new and College. Experiment Station; Extension DvVsion tion during that time: .
ssive talk by her pastor. Rev. come to the relief of the stricken Bel- modern building: beautiful campus: dormitories ; Graduate School. Ten new brick buildings -
bare all modern eonreniences! ; new besides gymnasium, swimming pool and
ne, her body was laid to rest in gian refugees with such spontaneous dining room and kitchen most hygienic in many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers instructors Touring Car $555.00 ,
Florida; 418 young ladies from 49. cvonUes and assistant S54 young men
lie Geneva cemetery on Tuesday at 3 magnanimity that the refugees' com- and 12 taes last _iOD. < .7 Florida counties and 24 State and Runabout 505.00 -
clock to await the resurrection TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last session. t
mittee has been forced to decline SchooL Bold sad entrance fees for the .a TUITION FREE Board and Entrance Fees F. 0. B. Orlando, AH nn laity ..ulpp 4. E
)orn. Farewell sweet young friend. year J124.00. For catalogue write ,1IU per Write today for catalogue
is beautiful and consoling thought many of the flood of offers of shel- EDWARD CONBADL President year.A.. MURPHREE. PresideD Farther. we will be ..We" .Mid \M MBm efftdeN7
ter. The authority for this statementis I I facury protect. acid U.. fatal-- cat to eer,
mes to us that you have heard that in purchasing ear sad sales .VpaHss. ta If we reach as ..tst .*,*.',
lcome invitation, "Enter thou intoe Lord Gladstone, former governor ,...... ears between tke .*... dales ,:.X '.
joys of thy Lord." general of South Africa who is nowa III D II D" II = III' IIIII III1 r. II II 11111 1'1 II1I- r And .h.dd w. yensb' this Pedsrtlea. we .CT" .. Pay .a ..'" e '
char. f,._ i4. N $iS pft' PII: (en..r ab.st. r jAsg.d1.1
leader in the committee work. t1. bay" ,
I Mrs. Grant and family wish to ex- Y' .. 15) i e ." mail h7f'1'' ohs p.rchaw ti'ne.Fries' .
ess their grateful thanks and' ap- Six thousand Belgians have already i CONWAY NURSERIES between Asast: 1,1114 sad. AspM lll1S. .

iation to the many friends who been placed in private homes ,' ... F.r farther pankalan n..r*.* INN ..w price. and. Pr.l4-,. y,
L ve been _so kind to them in.the long while 3,000' are in the ,London depots ; ; GRoWERS ANp DEALERS: sharing P>an. 'en roW
of their loved awaiting distribution. .Five hundred F. G. HUSH. "
ess one, especially '
their recent bereavement. tame in yesterday and some :3,000 i i All LeaiiE tl Varieties. of: Cites TreesR.
others are scattered 'in lodging' and .., Phone 226

our wants advertised in the morn- boarding houses, for, whose.keep thegovernment : .:T, PEEL., .Praprie.. ar.: I a
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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTS BINGHAMTON NEW YORK, MAN NEW CHILDREN'S WARD AT THE ... ''iMHIMMMIMMIIMMMMIIMUMMMMMMtl
:? Soith Florida Sentinel I LEASES BUNGALOW ON CHURCH HOME AND .....tt MUMMMMMMMMMMMMimilHltMIHIIlOUR !:

(By W. S. Branch) LAKE JENNIE JEWEL HOSPITALOne
? MORNING AND WEEKLY I
There is as plendid tennis: court at -
,JOSIAH FERRIS. EdiUr One of the four of the needs of
c : and Owner the fair grounds and there ought to attractive log bun- greatest the
be crowd of there galows, built last season on Lake Jennie Church Home and Hospital has been
Entered at the poctoffiee at Orlando Florida a young people up
# as..Second Class Mail Matter.SUBSCRIPTION practicing every day. A lively gameof t Jewel, south of the city by Miss that of a children's ward, where the
tennis would be a fine attraction Lillian N. Barnum, of Waverly N. Y., little ones sent to this institution for

RATESDaily for the big fair. The game ought to has been leased to Mr. and Mrs. medical and surgical attention can be 'fl {
.. 1 Year ...................... $5.00 James A. Treat, of Binghamton, N. separated from the other patients of
be includes
Daily, 6 Months...................... %.60 very fascinating for it '
Daily. 8 Month ...................... L25 both "'l ve" and "kisses." Y., for the season. the institution. This difficulty, the
Dally 1 Month ....................... .50 C They will make the trip to Florida matron Mrs. Cooper, has partiallyand

Weekly 1 Year ...................... $1.00 Multiply the width of your lot in I I in their Stanley steamer touring car, temporarily solved by the ultili-
Weekly C Month .................... 75 feet by one-fourth the number of feet reaching: Orlando about December 1. zation of the old dining room on the
Mr. and Mrs. Treat expect to locate first floor, which forms a convenientand
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN of width of the paving. Divide this
ADVANCETO permanently in Florida and will isolated ward for the children.
by nine Jto get it into square yards
doubtless buy property in the vicinityof This section she has renovated and c\
ADVERTISERS and multiply it by $1.35 and you can i
figure out about how much of a bill Orlando. I furnished through the generosity of a
Copy for display and all ether hand-act you will have to pay. Your neighboracross Another of the bungalows on Lake friend of the institution and its six
advertiiinr mast be handed in at the koiineM Jennie Jewel, "Tioga Lodge," has attractive little beds now await the A-f
See ef the Sentinel not later than 2 p. s.. the street pays an amount
to the ehaarea day before for publication.contract advertising This male;applies it i* equal to yours, and the city pays the been leased by Mr. and Mrs. W. E. coming of their youthful occupants.As .
Invariable and will be itrictly adhered to. balance out of their hundred thousand Tew, of Waverly, N. Y., who occu- the hospital aims to serve all 7 b' 7'

dollars paving fund. If your bill is pied it last season. classes and creeds without partialityor Vi .' .
su'dairlnlr The Seentinel dJseontloaed restriction it is hoped that the 1 .V II-
ebould notify the office in writing on one hundred dollars you may safely pro- o
the date of expiration! otherwise it will be ject of erecting a permanent and sub- t
continued at the regular add two hundred dollars to the valueof COUNCIL WILL MEET IN SPECIAL :
subscription rata.
< nntil notice to atop is received. your property. t SESSION stantial children's ward will meet IIf
with general favor since it evidentlyis y
: THURSDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1914. 1 a great need. At several places "
Although we have never more than The city council will meet in spe- -
half believed the tale, it its of inter- cial session at eight o'clock this throughout southern Florida, junior 1w t rL
est to recall at this time that i the hall guilds have undertaken to pay a aIji :
At any rate the censors are cap Napoleon morning at city for the purpose : j
turing enough prisoners to bring the is said to have once written the of approving the city tax booksas share in the expense of the new ward. ii t .. ".'
war to a speedy close. following sentence: Able was I ere completed by Assessor Boone. Im- From a report of the hospital for this .

. o i I saw Elba." This sentence reads the mediately following the approval of I week it would seem that this is a I _

" Some people get penny wise andf same both forward and backward.Are the books by the council they will be healthy season for Orlando, there be- a

pound foolish but its a waste of time you ingenious enough to con- opened for the collection of taxes and ing only ten patients there at pres- '

trying to make them see it. struct a similar one that might be !will remain open until January 1st, ept, seven having been discharged '
f 0 written by Emperor William! I after which time a penalty will be last week.

At any rate there won't be any necessity imposed for non-payment of taxes.
1 for paying pensions for the Every one in Orlando should enter The penalty is a graduated one, OCCyPATION TAXES ARE DUE ,

moving picture actors of the war. heartily into the clean up program mounting upward from one per cent. TODAY TAILORED

T f 0 suggested by Mayor Sperry, which to three or four as the payment is delayed -
I
.:: The average man, with 140,000 begins today. If you are a home from month to month. Occupation licenses and automo- I .
bile licenses, state and
county, are HATS
hairs on his head, sees visions of the owner you owe it to yourself and the '
bald head row every time one falls community in which you live to do due tomorrow. Preparations are being I
out. your share to make this the cleanest, be an inspiration to us to return a made by Tax Collector W. E. .
: and consequently the prettiest and garden hoe, pick axe, monkey wrench, Martin's offie for the renewal of
Ii two eggs, a nutmeg, and a smokey licenses to do business in Orange
;3 .. The Plant City Courier is most healthful town in Florida. If
thirty
lantern we have borrowed from
our county. Commencing today they are
' years of age, and despite old age is you are living in a rented House, you We have a paramount feeling
I good natured neighbors in the last liable to arrest for doing business
one of the cleanest and best owe it to your neighborhood and your
icals in Florida. __ period- family to keep your surroundings so year in an attempt to get even for I I without a license, and might suffer that our knowledge of what will
the tools borrowed from i the of
us. penalty extra costs.
0i they will compare with those of your be "au fait" for the coming sea-
Newspaper readers are mistaken if neighbors, and will not bring reproach -- .- .
r children and friends. Fur- son is being thoroughly
they have gotten the idea, from the upon your appre-
conflicting reports, that the thermore, you owe it to your familyto ciated
papers FOR. PENT judging by the numberof
get their dispatches by telepathy. do everything possible to make
o your home a pleasant and wholesomeone. enquiries and resultant pur-

Imported beer is holding out very Rake, hoe, shovel, scrape and chases made.

well despite the war, proving that all burn. Do it now. Incidentally, .be Store Room on Orange Avenue for-
German label printers in the United constructive as well as destructive. "
States have not joined the colors. Plant a rose bush or some flower merly occupied by Hamilton & )unn. OUR TAILORED HATS
seeds to brighten your home and add
o .
We should about the to the.glory of the "City Beautiful." certainly bear
the
worry war. mark of
Desirable offices and suite.
The stock: exchange will likely open single n
"soon and then the American suckres Speaking of proclamations, there is One room fronting on Orange Avenue. dainty exclusiveness-of high
a town in Oklahoma whose mayor issues -
r will resume their usual occupation. artistic merit-that the East
o a proclamation each year for

A genius has discovered that sand- what is known as "Take It Back From November 1st the Mcllvaine I : and West, especially the West,
' Day." On that day every one who ,
papering can be effectively done
: phonographs. He's a genius becausehe on has in his poJVassion any borrowed residence on Lake Lucerne completely l : are noted for. e
article is expected to return it to its '
has discovered. a use for phono- furnished.
1 graphs. rightful owner. (Umbrellas of course : Our stock this season is cos-
excepted.) Wish Mayor Sperry would .
o
If a man has some cattle out on the issue proclamation for such a day in S.Y.WA l mopolitan in its great variety.
,
Orlando. Perhaps some one would
farm, he goes out every few days to 'Ve are proud of our showings. .
.see how they are getting along, but bring back to our place of business a Insurance and Real Estate
through all the year he never visits I hammer a hatchet, a nail puller and Agent'PHONE and ask inspection -without
ladders that have been bor-
the school where his children are two step placing under
studying. rowed by people with short memories 172 : you any obliga-
,.
o during the past year. Also it might I : tion to purchase.
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Editor L. W. Zim, of the St. Augus- .

tine Meteor, .will have the sincere tltlltlllllHI
sympathy.;.of;thousands .,f friends
, throughon..J-** ,.the sad loss I

E' den heft "-ir.' 'the sud- Onion Sets

t gay
{ \ Do You Know the

Orla "i' thedescrip I (WHITE AND YELLOW) .

\ lace
in Florit \t- i ]McELR .Y'S PHARJMACY: HICKORY

\. Isfied. It V>> GARTER
..the Board of, -ito '.I Ml Mill Ml illlll MM IIMMIMHIMMimIMMMIIMMillMMMIMIMIlM -;:

il offer<'a "Pv.. nest
kept lawn or flower' garden.If For Children ?

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Villa had onospark of generosity -
.in his villainous'::bosom he would
They are the best and
strongest -
allow
Carranza to hold onto the provisional -
presidency until the American made.

forces at Vera Cruz turn over Once time Come tomorrow and see the
to the Mexican treasury the million upon a goods.
'- dollars of customs duties they have
..
.. collected. I I _

0 WIT EVERY
Tomorrow the recount of votes cast There was an alarm clock who wanted to When he was dead sure he could mak:
in the June primary in Dade county PURCHASE OF
g: for members of the school board will get up in this world. a clean sweep, he hung out his sin!;."!, alSo < GARTERS A

begin by order of the court. Under he had himself fitted with a regular bid for business. SCHOOL TABLET
the Bryan primary law it is some-
watch escapement, a light-running motor, GIVEN
times possible to complete the count Today there are three and a half million A'VAYPrices
in time to certify the nominees be- selective alarm calls, and large easy- .

fore the tickets for the November I winding keys., names on his calling list-he's got the big- 15c. 20c. and 25c. pair

election are printed.We in the alarm clock business.
Then, so they could see him! in the dim gest practice

.t note from the dispatches that morning light, he ordered himself a His name is BIG BEN, the best over-

1, Uncle Sam unhesitatingly fixes the : great big whitt: dial and large, black, sleep insurance that anyone can buy.
rate that may,'.be charged for messages I
at the J.Sayville, L. I., wireless clean-cut hands. Sold by '

station, a prr/ately owned plant. Yet
-t when Undlf talky about fixing the

price of an*thing we Tally need some

_ ; people hoJi up their 'hands in holy
,horror and declare that he i* becom- I

ing,more of a parent'than an uncle. DICKSONIYESGO.

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Attorney General Thomas P. West :

has announced that he will not be a :

candidate.for governor but will con- : 1
T.H.Evansthe ler
; tent' himself with seeking another DEPARTMENTAL STOREORLANDO'S

term as attorney general. West is : '
" a one of the prettiest men in Florida : :

- and all'' chance of maintaining the : .- ._-" OPPOSITE POSTOFFIC w --- FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

standard of. gubernatorial beauty es- : ,, .
r, ablished by Governor Trammell fades .
,away' with his decision EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
not to be in :
'the.' running;' ft'li I ill Ml IIIIIJJ II.IIII"II'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.
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J. W. Jones, of Zellwood he of the I I I MntiiiitititffHiiiiiMrTHEATRE THE MURDERER OF HERSCHEL -0... .CII

ubiquitous smile and glad hand, was BEACHAM HAS CONFESSEDHon. IF

WADE navigating the streets of Orlando FAVORTE .

THE TUNERORLANDO. yesterday. Braxton Beacham, who returned -
)
I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I yesterday from a visit to II
FLA. Among the home comers yesterday Admission 5 cents Dublin, Ga., received a telegram last How to Provethat
was Mr. J. B. Wherry, of East Cen-
I
night from his brother stating that 1
aFountain
tral avenue, who has been absent for
the man who murdered his nephew,
Get what you want by advertising several months touring middle and IMMMMIiaiHIIMIMMt PenWon't
Herschel Beacham Dublin about
at ,
:t.it in the want columns of theSentinel. western states.
TODAY'S PROGRAMImp. ten days. ago, had confessed.
Leak
Mr. :Moses Leonard, of Sanford, II
Drama. 'Out of the Forest."
Everybody in town should see "The
connected with the Atlantic Coast tube. Ifitu'Urwd-
I A drama, with Leah Bard. OYSTER SUPPER AT PINE LOOKatthd
mystery '
Valley of the Moon," at the Grand to- hrlrr-the Pen won t leak
Line, returned home yesterday after
Produced by Frank Crane. The Parker Lucky Curve Feed Tube
CASTLEThe
morrow. 1t visiting Mr. Elmer Rodenbaugh, on I Rex. Drama. "Shadowed Lives." t* tk*Attraction.*tUt ... tml This draws causing ink Capillary out-

Mr. L A. Spencer Florida Indian Liberty street. Featuring Robert Leonard in a dual of feed tube as in picture the instant
role. Christian Workers will hold you turn pen upright. That's why
commissioner, arrived in the city last Parkers won't leak.
Cameron Mann and Mrs.
Bishop i the first oyster supper of the season, Ordinary fountain pens have straight
night from Miami. feed tubes In which ink Btajs. even
Mann who have- bene spending the Mr. C. M. Broadfield, trainmasterof on the lawn of the Union church, in when pen is point Up. Air inside of

:Mr. C. A. Roberts, a hustling young past two months England have tel- I the Atlantic Coast Line, and Mr. Pine Castle, on Saturday night, October forces pea.expandilllrfromheatof7011l'body.this ink out onto end of pen.

insurance man of Winter Garden, was egraphed that they will arrive in Or- Thomas Price, of St. Louis, Mo., who 3rd. All cordially invited. ll Pens Standard style Parker Lucky Curve
$1.50 to$250.00 according to cue
in the city yesterday afternoon.Mr. lando tonight. i is in this section buying cattle for D and ornamentation.
t N. Parker Jack Knif
w Safety Pra
Harold Johnson is spending to- Mr. and Mrs. Buford Duke and Armour & Company, are in Orlando NOTICE cannot leak if it tries. Ton can even

day in Tampa looking after business Daughter, Miss Winifred Brown, returned today. They are going over to Ocoee carry K .,oU. .4"... Prices $2-50 up.H .
We thaton
to
are pleased announce
affairs for the South Florida Foun- yesterday on the Tampa Spe- this morning to enjoy the barbecueand October 1st we will move our offices -

dry. cial from Saratoga, N. Y., where they help the good people in that favored to the Cherry block, oppositethe APIERII
N have spent the summer. section celebrate.Mr. San Juan hoteL Here we will be
Mrs. E. R. Baldwin, who has been better equipped and more ,centrally n
visiting her mother, Mrs. J. A. Evans, Mr. W. Clay Inman who has many BraxtcB Beacham returned yes- 1 sated for the convenience of the IUCK URVEuNAI

left yesterday for her home in Ar- friends in Orlando, and who at onetime terday from a business trip to pointsin ublic.
;
cadia. directed the choir at the Pres- Georgia and a visit to Asheville, ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. : :
U .
byterian church has joined the Red- N. C., where his family is spendingthe N.w Parker -
Mr. C. O. Hawkins, who has been NOTICE hold onto
the read. Mrs. Beacham and your pocket
path Lyceum and is now on summer.
enjoying a visit of a month to Shelby- like a snapping: turtleand
daughters, Misses Norma and Roberta Office of Tax Collector, il>.,,.* into its
ville and Kokomo, Ind., returned yes- Mr. Wilson Brooks, a popular sales City
left that city yesterday in their Orlando, Fla., Oct. 1, 1914. hell; when you want to
terday. man in the grocery department of touring car homeward bound. They This is to notify all city tax payers write. 8d'TU
the Yowell-Duckworth store, returnedto that the city taxes are now due and Money refunded if
Press comments on the "Valley of will stop at several places en route. any Parker Pen doesn'tplease.
from Whites- payable for the 1914. Book
Orlando yesterday year .
We protect
the Moon: "Like a breath of fresh .
ville where he had been visiting The Gulf Refining company, for opens today.C. dealer.
Ky.
air. "Most realistic mob scene ever A. BOONE City Tax Colector.
relatives.Mrs. which Mr. P. G. Walton is agent, en- Get a leakless Parker Pen into your
01lttmilUlltlUlllllililtlt
filmed. It pocket before tonight.
dorses the "buyabaleofcotton"movement

"The Valley of. the Moon," by Jack Carl B. Robinson, accompanied and in line with their us- D

London, is one of the greatest stone i 'by her mother Mrs. Graham, and her ; ual progressive policy and in spite n

every written. See it at the Gram :little daughter Margaret, arrived in 'of the present low prices of petro- Allen & CoJewelers << ;
Orlando after having
yesterday enjoyed -
tomorrow. 1; leum products, have issued instruc- .
several months visit at Leb- McCULLOCU'S t
Mrs. W. E. Martin and sister, Miss tions to purchase a bale of cotton at

Julia Chapman, returned yesterday anon, Tenn. every point in the Cotton States UH

afternoon from visits to North and I Dr. and Mrs. Chas. Wattenscheidt, where they have a distributing sta-

South Carolina. ,I.who have been making their home at tion. This will mean the purchase of Department Store : I Reliable Repairing D

the St. Charles hotel have returned approximately one thousand bales by
Mr. G. E. James, who is one ofOrlando's *o their apartments in the Watten- this company. The Atlanta Journalof

regular winter visitors, will I|!scheidt building on the corner of September 24th makes the first Qa IJ
York next week for this -7 1
leave New =O =
: _
Church and Main streets. public announcement of this interest- rMIIMMMUMM
city to spend the season. Jelly Tumblers :
One paper leads in every field. ing item. II . U MIMMMMIM ..+! t
like to see all the
would
Prof. Carr Every advertiser knows that in OrLando '- Mr. Joe Cameron, of Sanford was

members of the Presbyterian choir at Fla., tIlt Sentinel was the first in Orlando yesterday en route to Kis- Fruit Jars zEP
}
fi'JPolish
be held in the lect'.1reroom
a rehearsal to to give its readers the paid telegraph Simmee and Southport, to look over a IJ" Yur
at 7:30. I
this evening .news. It leads in circulation as Or- stock of-cattle of four thousand head

Mrs. Helen Wright, who has been lando is distinctively "a morning'which he and his associates recently all kindsPreserving .

absent for some time at Evanston newspaper city." I purchased from Mr. Henry Bass..partof Your Silver -

Ill, and visitng her son in Denver which were formerly owned by Mr.J. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Schumann and !
is home today. i M. Lee. Part of these cattle will
Colo., expected
daughter, Miss Margaret, and son, Wrights Silver Cream Electro-Sili-
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Ives, Sr., and Mr. Justin Schumann, returned yes- be kept on the range in Osceola coun- KettlesSouth
and the remainder will be moved
Miss Mary Gilchrist returned yester- terday afternoon from Oden, Mich., ty : con.

day afternoon from Weaverville, N. where they have spent the past four to Orange county, where the new
have fifteen miles of land
C., where they have spent the sum- months. Their many friends were owners
mer. pleased to see them. fenced along the St. Johns river. This Orange AvenueMIHIttllMMMIIIilMM Pick Your Teeth ..
big stock of catt'c Is said to be very

Miss Myrtle Stedman plays the role Mr. Ray Reynolds' left yesterdayfor fine Vi-t.Iua: -stock and the new owners -

of "Saxon" in "The Valley of the a visit to his n1t1 },, w'o {- ,A"r.a; are expecting to make a hand- With the Gold Medal Toothpicks

Moon." She is admittedly one of the Iowa whe; _e 'end the next.1 some profit on their investment. J

greatest actresses on the screen today te? days. Up- -n to Or- VENEER CORESALL

It lando ii3 will "y Jirs. PRE-COOLING MACHINERY WILL
"-...I LENGTHS AND ANY t Potted Plants Cut Flowers Funeral
Mrs. G. E. Wilkinson and sons Reynolds, wl RECEIVE TEST TAi QUANTITY ,

Masters George, Jr., and Everett, returned summer wit'' Special prices for October. Decorations.
last night from a visit to relatives _i chinery installed for the Stock up before cold weather. Designs, Wedding
Mr. and J FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
at Pablo Beach and Jackson- terdafte .-cooling plant at the A. J. Nye Also

packing house will be tried out some OAK WOOD
Jack &::, 7 Air. f
ville.Mr. I 11n. time today, and as it has been installed THE SANITARY GROCERY
Albert Holbrook, brother of our 1. nected with the South_ .?_ anti in the most careful and pains- Orlando Wood Yard
well known townsman, Mr. J. P. Hol- Cabinet company, installed the hand- CARUTHERS & GORE
taking manner it is expected to work
B. W.
brook, arrived yesterday from Owens- some new fixtures in the Orlando Kingsley, Proprietor
like clockwork. This is the largest PINE STREET AND R. R.
boro Ky., and will make Orlando his Bank and Trust company. Phone 200 -
344
pre-cooling plant so far establishedin Telephone

home. Mrs. Walker Reid has arrived in Florida and its success as an aid 9-30 i''i 6 & 8 E. Pine Street I

Capt. B. M. Sims, who has been in Orlando from Parrish, Fla., and will to the getting of fruit to the marketin . till III 1111 1111 111111 1111 U 1111 U 11111111111.. t

Tampa for several weeks consultingsome make her home here for some time. the best condition will be watched t

of the specialists, wad in Or- Mr. Reid is a well known citrus fruit with interest throughout the citrus .111111111111111111111111111111..1.' ." .1..I.'L'I"I' Ottt..r.II. . . 'A t }i
lando yesterday en route to his homein manipulator and will be with Chase belt.tlll'lillllll.I.IIIII.III'. "OII'11111111111111111111111111111"I"I"' J

Ocoee. & Company this season. They have

Mr. H. G. Harper left yesterday for pleasant apartments on Robinson ave-

Clermont where he has a large force nue.
i T. F. HOURmAN
of engaged in "mining" pure
men
Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Collins Harry .
sand from one of the large lakes in
Plumber and
Root and Fred Moyse were visitorsto < License

that section. Orlando Saturday and Sunday. Sanitary Engineer ',

Mr. Geo. E. Armstrong, who for a They returned Sunday afternoon, accompanied -., < r tiniate Furnished. Jobbing i \

long time was in the office of the by Mrs. Root and ,d.- ,::- 1 Promptly Attended to.

Postal Telegraph in this city, was in ter, Mildred, who have been the guestsof ; ; PHONE 629

Orlando yesterday for a while greet- relatives and friends there for
I 106 Court Street Here
ing friends. some time.-Plant City Courier. 1915 Hudson 40"
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LOST-Stick pin in shap of horseshoe YOUNG LADY would like reasonable
set with pearls. Two pearlsof board in country. Would prefer 4-al-lm

setting gone. Reward to finder. other young people in the family. :. inilMMIMIIIIIiilMMMilMMIMIIIMI
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WANTS FOR housekeeping RENT-,Furnished suite of large for light airy J-'uIllber. La-ths and S1iiri gleamORLANDO

The people's Forum rooms, with all modern conveniences.Close .
:: I in. 312 N. Main. 6306tFOR ;
MUNMMAKEIiSN ''-
RENT-Beautiful dwelling with
#' AGAINST TilE DIRECT TAX Loft Wtuiiea. tor Sale. l''erRent. garage; elegantly furnished; on
SCHEME etc. for this ntLtat.e f"r .'.ac&jr. Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox.
,.,. fur throe days, er "I.c J far ':..C --It. far 8-27-tf
i5 worti u* 1_ Money must acceu.wn7: '.
Editor the Sentinel: tV ndvfrruaemcnta for this column *- no TREES FOR SALE

u.ertiwr will be made on credit. The Terra Ceia Nurseries have
for
Please permit me space in your valuable ;
sale the Walters (Florida Standard)
paper for an opinion on the FOR SALE-Five gallon nickel plated variety of grapefruit, from one to
"direct tax to provide for publicityfund coffee urn, as good as new, at: a three years old, budded on three to
," which came out in the Re- bargain. !I. C. Broome, Box 574. four years old rough lemon roots;
porter-Star of September 10th, and' 9-25-6t and the Heart's Tardiff orange, one
was adopted at a meeting of the Orlando year old buds on three years old Royal Cement Agatile Plaster and Perfection lime
FOR SALE-One or both of a team: rough lemon roots. All in first class ,
: Board of Trade, on September of black mares, weight: 1100 and condition. .
7th, at which time the representatives 1200. Good drivers, single or double. TERRA CEIA NURSERIES,
and S. S. C. E. Enlow, Winter Park, Fla. Terra Ceia, Florida.J. .. .. . . . ..... .. . . . .. . ; I.t
:lions.: A. B. Newton
9-18-tf C. Rc ell, Manager. tll'II.I..I = II..llllfl..04..II.lal..I.II' .1t ; IIOID )( I'.I
Griffin, were asked to pass such a Correspondence F,1;cited. .
bill at the coming session of the leg- FOR SALE-Good driving horse, will

islature; the said bill to place a direct work anywhere; new one-horse ROY BARNARD :s-crSJI'rESS:: :
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tax on the people of Orange county Magnolia Macey wagon.House, corner Quick of sale.South Apply and : Ii IiImt
for the purpose of securing funds to Boone streets. 9-24-Ct Has OT . at. ilughey street. If you want
said .
advertise the county.If j service and reasonable rates call
the tax payers of Orlando want FOR SALE-Seven room house; 2 1-2 ad,see h ir.1. Also Oveand, Hudson
i a local bill passed, for Orlando alone, budded acres orange best garden trees. land Inquire; 125,L SD'1r' -. -' --'.''.'- "ivery rvice. 6-26-6t :>ortant friendships result from the right introduction and

' the have neither the
people
country 671, city.
moral nor the legal right to express i the most important ones come through the right banking con
For Sale-Silver &r l' iR PROPERTY
their views in regard to the same, Fruit and Valencia IV* nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We
but as I understand it, the state and f' ..
Vigorous stock, jr. bile I have the time
; county are taxed for the running ex- years old.9232m ... c and familiarize myself invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-
; penses of the state and county gov- A;/ .King points. I made the
I I .umber of sales last winter est is taken in depositor.
ernment and not to advertise our For .;ALE BY jject to do even better this \dnjiy every
, : property for sale, at the xpense'of : About ,000 acres o' g prospects are begin!;;; to ar-
- the other man. and fn land in ore solidin i, and it might c-. ,,-a to lose ,
You always find a scheme fivt miles of Orlando. sale by put!- .' :? otf. Call todayat
can BANK & TRUST
place to colonize. : ,For Y"i -* winces in the, Watkins CO. I"
ready to be laid over on the people, address "A," care'Sen nrl ...._.--oIdi f.I'>..'|'"J7 d and list your property. .ORLANDO
to 'gratify the desires of a few, and WHITE LEGHORNS FOR SALe'- WALTER W. ROSE, L:.:
when it has been in operation for a Real Estate. Phone 555.5TOURIST .
few pure s. c. V"f** !LcSnorns, . .. 'r'f'
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little while, along comes some one stock chickeir .. :i a few splendid l..II..I.I..I..lllrlltl.II.'ll. .II. ..
else with another scheme, to undo the young cockcre s. Bred to lay strain.J. .
first in other words, I think that W. Gaines, R. F. D. No.1. 9-27-3t TRAINS-5

p everything; other than taxes for our FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine 11IIIIII: : ::" II'':&: ::: : :& ::::: : : : : : : : : : :::: ::::::::::::::::

governmental expenses are questionable hammock land; eight in grove; the FROM\ NORTH AND WEST
schemes, and should not be present crop of oranges will be from
750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, "DIXIE FLYER"
placed upon our people. ready for setting-10 acres in lake, "DIXIE LIMITED"
There are many of the tax payersof one and quarter miles from Apopka. "SEMINOLE LIMITED" CLOTHINGOur
this county who are not financiallyable Price, 5000. Address W. H., Box "MONTGOMERY ROUTE"
to build palatial houses ir whichto 178, Orlando Fla._9-23-tf "SOUTH ATLANTIC:: LIMITED"

live, but must bear the exposureto Pullman Cars from Chicago, St.
FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. Cincinnati Louisville, and intermediate
.Louis, -
the heat and the cold, the sun and Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas- points to Jacksonville,Fla. new stock ofWinter
the rain, and swing the grubbing hoe tle._9-18-tf I DINING CARS
and the ax, to fell the virgin timber;
;t FOR SALE OR RENTHousewith Via
then swing the maul that drives the all conveniences; unfurnished at /ATLANTIC COAST LINE

;: wedge that splits the rails and posts, 106 West Concord Ave.; price reason- Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. I Pall and |
and then rives out his pickets to fence able to small family. Also on second -i:;. KIRKLAND, D.P.A. i Clothing
floor of 201 West Concord Ave., a Hotel Fla.
,;- his land on which to support his fam- Hillsboro Tampa,
suite of three rooms with bath and A. W. FRITOT, D.P.A.
ily all this because taxes are soaringso
; toilet. This suite is arranged for 138 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
high he can't afford to buy wire to light housekeeping, all furnished, two
fence with. Then when this is done additional rooms might be arrangedfor Made by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in
if desired. See Wm. L. Coryelel, ,
he must toil in the field for ten hoursa
201 West Concord Ave. 9-23-6t
day (and sometimes more) for six (Concord Avenue is o be paved). GKCO and anxious for to
days fn the week, and yet there are we are you see our

some few people who want to add FOR RENT
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still more taxes onto the country peo- I Insect KillerVill New Styles and high class tailoring. Best
FOR RENT-Two rooms for light ,

pIe.So, fellow countrymen and tax housekeeping, with all modern con- Rid
my veniences. Inquire 312 E. South St. place in the city to buy clothing.
payers, you see that while we have to 9-25-6t
: t ,toil and labor to make an honest 'living Your house of all insects.

I we have the politician who bums FOR RENTRooms ::

the midnight oil to figure up his ern, to for date light furnished housekeeping unfur-; mod- Quarts 35c. Gallon $1.00
up ; or
schemes to overtax and burden us nished; on Lucerne Circle; with gar- For sale by Wo Mo SLE1VEONSa I
:' with, because there is money in it for den, fruit and flowers. See J. F. I

him without the labor that we have I Watkins._9-24-tf Carruthers & Gore

to undergo.' FOR RENT-Six rooms for light

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try the poor man's way of making a -- NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet

living many sessions in Orange of the county legislature that many will, MISCELLANEOUS Quick Co.potato. Apepka delivery.slips, Fla.at Cash.$1.75 Apopka per 5-24-tf 1,000.Plant :: II'IIIIII111: : ; \\ \\ \ \\\\ \ im it in ft T \\\\ \ tf\\ i \ \\\\\\t\\\

go down in history before they will
? rise up and ask for the passage of Man and WANTED wife:: TO HIRE Who is your painter and decorator t feet
to work 3 n
orange grove. If you are satisfied keep the one rrr'
such a bill. Box 396, Orlando. 9-27-6t
if W. T.
have; not, phone
Some one who favors the passageof NA, fiSR Entrican.1
this bill will, no doubt, attack this WANTED-Young lady to work in
dry goods store. W. M. Slemons. I
poorly written article, but, however, 6-30-2t
I do not propose to be drawn into any | They Were to

argument over it, for it is only my GOOD at 305 TABLE South Liberty BOARD street.with rooms 27-6t The Cathedral School
views, and the views of "*tny tax

'payers with whom I have talked. ANTED-400 sour orange, 400 ORLANDO. FLORIDA
orange has been residence grapefruit stock, 2 3 old
county my or years ; (Formerly known M Pcll.Clark School)
for over thirty-one years and must be thrifty, good. State price 'be'Marr ed SoonCame
in reply. Address "Grower," care of REOPENS OCTOBERA
this is my first time to appear in the Sentinel. __ 9-13-6td&w:;)
press, but think that it is time, on Boarding and Day School for Girl*-
such an occasion as this.I POSITION WANTED-Young mar- Rttrolar and Special Courses-Grades Primary.
Academic
Intermediate and -
hope that other tax payers will ried man.of good habits refined and Slnele-Art-Elocution-Physical Culture what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of
well educated, would like to take Domestic Seie-ncAdmirable Sitoation to us to see
become interested in this matter and charge of orange grove. Thorou'hly and Sarravndinr-CJimate Healthful' four or five rooms. They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable.

also.eXpress their views through the press, competent experience and in Southern reliable. California.Two years' Careful Low Rates.Home Uf-c.pabJ. Teacben yet the amount ot money which they had available for the' furnishing of their

In conclusion, I will say that it Address N, Box 178, Sentinel. Rer. Roderick Rector.P. Cobb Bishop President.Mann. home made expensive peices prohibitive. .
9-26-3t stock.
time with lookmgthroug our large
considerable us
seems to me that there are only three They spent '
FURNISHED ROOMS-An excel- and thfm seme new ideas. 1 icy; were
classes of people that would be bene- \Ve offered a lew suggestions gave
lent location. Apply <18 South Lake of what
fited by such a tax; first, the press, St. 9-23-pm Dudley Matthews much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums they

for, publishing the literature; second, thought they should want.
or transporting pros- POSITION WANTED-By well educated After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doingthe
man, as chauffeur. Temperate ARCHITECTURAL AND GENERAL
-rd, the real ., honest and industrious; careful best possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their or-
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If you have work for a DRAFTING.
ualifications, address der with us.This.
lentinel. Blue Printing and Map Work. Pat of hundreds of homemakers whcm we are
9-22-6t is example
ent office drawings, show cards, and a typical
general commercial art. Perspectives '
use newly In color or flat washes. pleasing.We an extensive stock of serviceable, attractive homefurmshmgsgrading
carry
worthk.. ROOM is from the lowest priced which are good, to the very best. Your appro-

Yowe11DnckworthBuildingPHONE priation for furnishing your home may be anything frcm $175 toiccoor more

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wait for every one In town
before to Orlando every day looking tor

have Entrican Am ,too the busy painter.to look you comfortable places*to stay; that's 'Nursery etockj J one:: two, three and

L. you try.Phone 636, and* will be on the why you 'should insert:an, ad. in our four year odbuds; Fester Earl:,

up.Job. l-2(-tf want ad.-column it pays..: Pineapple Java, Homosassa, Waah-

ington'NgreL Address Mrs. M.Kahl}

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NEWS: NOTES I This paper has repeatedly stated Wood $1.50 a strand up. Hand's > II C" ,QeatBBIMM D D IIIII 3 e Ie. I I II.. .1 .
that it will do no good to ask the Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf 1111.11..1.1.,11"111.,11,1.,11 .11..O' .la..r .;.e ;. IIIIII., .... .
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,, Apopka, Fla., Sept. .-Mr. and editor to suppress news of a legiti- .
Mrs. Chandler R. Yonge: of Anthony, mate character. He is selling the Up to date painting, papering etc., -:
motored down to Apopka Thursday to paper for the news and advertisingthat is the kind you want. Where to get 4S
inspect and pass or accept the workon is in it and nothing else. it? That's easy phone 636. W. T.

finished.their new They bungalow move down which next is week now Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel, Entrican. 1-20-tf BE PREPARED FOR COLD MHER' i

for good.K. .
M. Clavert, assistant cashier to IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIII IIII'Ii
the State bank has resigned to finisha

school.course of study in the Orlando.high i Tb B Bob Paokua! C Copaliy 0- 1 J 1

John E. Merrill of Plymouth, was
mingling with friends Tuesday com- This cool spell reminds us that it will not belong 1

bining business and pleasure.The .
city council met Monday nightto before cold weather will be here. Are you
hear complaints as to the 1914 j

assessment.made and But a special two complaintswere committeehad Packers and Shippers of Citrus ready for it or will you wait until arrives before I j i


, assessments to be appointed and report to go back over at the a Fruits and Vegetables. you have, that; 1

later meting. At this meeting the
electric light and water business came I will operate alone under above name and shall appreciate -
up and final action was deferred. the business of all who have and any who have
The Apopka high school-opened its not patronized me in the last three years. For informa-
doors Monday with a large attendance tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossingof Gas Heater
and everything points to a very
successful year. Prof.Fry and his able Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure
assistants have had years of experience building which I am equipping with Mauld's latest ma-

in their respective branches and chinery and can consequently give you same service i '

mended.the new teachers Superintendent come well McKinnon recom which has always spoken for itself. i I'S PUT IN ?

A. C. Starbird W. R. McLeod W. G. My efforts will be to sell all possible before resorting j I U

Talton and J.J Anderson made short to distribution. I!
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and pointed talks and the new trustees Ii i Better for S'
"prepare war in time of peace"and
promised to bend every effort in W. A. DADE, Gen. Manager. I

making Miss it Lillian a better Eldridge school.has openedthe 9-18-2 !4 have it put in now as we will be rushed when

Ocoee school and will be at the
head of this school for the coming Doll 111I1 III I C I IU, II II 0 = e II U t I U U I = 11.1II. that cold wave comes.
season. She reports having a goodly I

enrollment hnd much progress for the .I11I ilII11 iI''" a 1., H. (1' >>::1 I : ::1:1: III'C C 11:1: ; I' I
first week. j
Thomas B. Towers has purchasedthe i SPRAY NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE II' I.
Ernest Liebing hardware business ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT.CO.
and will be known in the futureas SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY I I t
the Tower Hardware and Supply
company. Mr. Tower comes as a long GAS DEPARTMENT
experienced hardware man and it Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale Rust Mite I :

. goes to say that Apopka will have an and Red Spider that i is hit. Removes sooty mold iiBitiinaticcnonm 1 1 IIIIIIIIUIIIU .
up to date hardware and undertaking and insures,healthy trees and bright fruit. September I t II II.. lilt II j II 11..0 III II I M I oieoeigiiintiitnWE I II 1111 11111 U It J Ie 3 III tli U ,
establishment. We wish the new and October are two of the best months for ., -
comer success and extend a welcome.S. spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents in- ', ', FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
.J. Rackley father of Jesse Rack-
sects from sapping trees all winter and brings them
ley is visiting here from North Caro AND DO ALL KINDS OF
lina. He expresses himself' favorably. out in a good, healthy condition in the spring, thus $8 Charleston and'Return
impressed. insuring a good healthy growth and bloom.J. OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. $8
J. M. Bennett, of Louisville is here
shaking hands with friends and visit SCHNARR & CO., Orlando, Florida. VIA"Clyde
ing relatives. Mr. Bennett will remain I
for some time. Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure the White Fly
Fungi. 9D.. and W 2-M ; Line"
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London Sept. 29.-In a dispatch
from Antwerp the Evening News correspondent (Successor to Dr. O. P. LUdns) First Class, Meals and Berth IncludedThis

lines Belgium says by the the shelling Germans of, continued Ma-- I .$_., JhetTIDE ORLANDO. FLORIDA

throughout last night. Mostof special rate good on any of the Company's
the streets are encumbered with steamers August 22nd to October 17th
Do You Want a Good
the wreckage of burned buildings. inclusive.
Cardinal Mercier left Malines at
half past six yesterday evening. The :MARKET Home in the Country? Return Limit 10

few remaining inhabitants. also left Days

the city yesterday. Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH Ships scheduled to 'sail from Jacksonville every

ALL OF CREW OF THE TAHOMA Our list containes some very at- Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
WERE SAVED AND SALT MEATS
tractive propositions both in city and
Washington, Sept. 29.-All eighty- FISH AND GAME I
three persons aboard the cutter Ta- country. property. And we will be fjFor reservations and further particulars apply to
under the best conditions.liverything
Kept sanitary
homa when she was wrecked on an
Alaskan reef September 21 have been screened away front the flits and kept fresh pleased to submit them to you. H. G. WENZEL, Fla. Pass. Agent

rescued. That word was received at and pure. To those who have property to sell

revenue cutter headquarters today We invite inspection and guarantee sat siattion. We have 122' W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA., .
from Unalaska. or to rent, we invite you to,call at
everything in the Meat Line. .
our office and list your property withus. -
RARE BARGAINS ti i
The PARLOR MARKETH. The same courteous treatmentthat
Don't be deceived. Seeing be-
is/
lieving. The best man to buy real : M. Self & Co. has marked all of our business 't
estate of is the man that has.actual We I
experience in the cultivation of truck, dealings will be extended to you. ever
farm and citrus fruit lands, and PINE STREET 1'
what land is when it.
knows se pees
There is a man of that kind(in Or- Phone Cooper Atha and
No. 80 .
lando. Have him show you. eTa you :4'I I _
prices.on all property; no padding or ;
boosting. H4 Se tfi-Orange Arc, 6.+..d'Flswe you :
F. G. ARNOLD. date
Phone . Second Floor, Roo: L that
Telephone Exchange Bldg. ADVERTISE IN THE SENTINEL FOR RESULTS I
9-26-6t 'w Orlando, Get the news in the Sentinel first.

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of plate glass resting on

... dations, while underneath
are pigeon holes for
checks etc.
The banking department is A
from the lobby by the most
white Italian marble stands

ble, and surmounted by solid _
grill work. Above the grill
marble railing upon which
erous light globes, .-
bining to make up a most
.. MUNITIONS OF BUSINESS and beautiful effect. -
To the left as one enters
Munitions\ of business, like munitions of I is first a waiting room and

war, must be produced and stored in times of .cashier's office, divided by UNDERSTAND
plenty against the hour of stress and need. beautiful Italian marble. ,
the paying teller's window, .
Setting aside a surplus fund from one's ceiving teller's, the collection : you can personally be benefit-

monthly business profits is the safe way to provide ment, the bookkeeping i the advantages accruing to !'
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for unseen circumstances.Our ladies' department, ladies' .i "
pon booth, and then the by
Certificates of Deposit offer a safe, room, which connects with

convenient way of doing this-and they earn deposit vault. : Reserve
Act ?
' } 4 per cent. interest. The safe deposit vault in
one of the most complete and
ive in the South. :Mirrors :: telephone or write antI we will

The State Bank of Orlando end not only reflect the commer'f booklet :.-
comes through the door but ---just out---which

beauty of the room and the : this act fully and clearly.
rts brilliancy of the hundreds {
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inch lining and the door is

thick of solid steel, making l'.. .
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has a beautiful tile floor.
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Above the rear of this ; -' .
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banking room is a beautiful >
GALICIA BECOMES PART OF BASEBALL RESULTS line floor director's room, Y

I '' RUSSIA adds to the general beauty -. -. .
Federal League .. .. ., .' "
building, bronze grill set in .. 4 '-" '
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Brooklyn 8, Baltimore 3.
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sia, since the original population was Buffalo 10, Pittsburg 1. effect. : : i :
3, Chicago 0. : [
Indianapolis : D"i
Russian. The organization was basedon All the wood work of the : .
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Russian ideals. We will imme- National League hard wood with mahogany '. ."'. :. :.'.. :. ,: ._< .
diately introduce the Russian lan Philadelphia 1, Brooklyn 2. while the desks and other : .
Pittsburg 0, St. Louis 1. I.
and Russian customs. These
guage ture of solid
are mahogany. .
New York 1-7, Boston 7-7. Second : : : : :::: :: : : : : : : : : : .. .... . .. .". ".'.' .
steps will be taken with the neces- lando Bank and Trust ; : : : : : ; ; : :; ':' '. ; ::" ,,:,: ,:';:;'---J: :::t::r sary care. We shall at first limit game eight innings; darkness. whose growth and enterprise ..
this to the appointment of Russian American League remarkable, have done -- -- --
governors and other officials. Many Washington 2, Philadelphia 3. proud in making these OF HEALTH MEETS making health regulations, as it is
of the present executives will not be I Cleveland 6, Chicago 5. and naturally the officers TONIGHT said to be one of the best in the state.
St. Louis 6, Detroit 9.
replaced. We shall forbid the convocation holders take great pride
I of your legislature during the Boston-New York; rain. They will be added to by city board of. health will meet; PRZEMYSL IS SURROUNDED

war. All social and political organi- communicating telephone hall at seven-thirty tonight
zations must be discontinued and may 'T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. necting each department, : is expected that the full mem- Washington, Sept. 30.-Col. Gole-
resume their activities only by per- Phone Conscientious 629. 106 work Court at St.fair 8-23-tf prices. public telephone' will be will be present. The newly jewski, Russian military attache, received -
mission. These precepts obtain onlyin the customers' room. health board has held but one today official dispatches almost
eust Galicia; west Galicia will be Eat all you want. The Orlando Bank and and at the meeting tonight identical with the report of operations -
treated differently. Eat what you want. pany was organized in 1906 that proper ordinances issued from Petrograd and
Take a postscript and forget it.
the United States last night
reaching
For sale by all druggists. capital stock of $100,000, discussed for recommendation
Eat what you want. l-7-d&w-lyr business on April 16th of and upon their passage by way of Paris. He said they indi-
Eat all you want. It is one of the most of the board will get under cated that Przemysl was completely
Take a postscript and forget it. T. F. HOURIHAN Licensed Plumber.
surrounded, although they did not
For sale by all druggists. Conscientious work at fair prices. ing institutions in the state, It is probable that the Ocala
l-7-d&w.lyr Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf contributed materially to the will be mainly followed in confirm a reported fall of the fortress.

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dozens of artistic fall styles. Coats beautifully half E Prices ranging from ,
lined. Skirts in the newest models. The material includes .
NEW FALL DRESS
Broadcloth, Serges, Granit Cloth, Gabardines, $10 to $40
Velour and Poplins. Ranging in price from GOODS ARE HERE

$15 to $75 LADIES' EVENING WRAPS

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Fall Styles. Material, Brocaded Velvets, Satin Bril-
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Satin Brilliant Crepe De Chene, Chiffon, Net and Silk Novelties Rich $15 to $40
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Weaves. Made in the very latest and smartest styles. workmanship and values most intrintic, women of
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