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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 6, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1914. NUMBER 203.__

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t;: GERMANS DELIVERED TWO FURIOUS ASSAULTS YESTERDAY( $1,500$ BOARD OF TRADE PUBLICITY




.I FUND HAS BEEN FULLY SUBSCRIBED

FORCED FRENCH TO ,RETIRE FROM ADVANCED POSITIONS -(Citizens Naco Arizona Protest

IN ATTACK BY RIGHT WING, BUT GAINED I 'I I -

NOTHING IN DESPERATE'FIGHTING ON i Against Mexican Fire Into Town'FRENCH EXPECT TO WINAISMEBARE ADVERTISING COMMITTEE

THEIR LEFT WING i I INSTRUCTED TO MAKE
ii -
i COLLECTIONSFlorida
Naco, Ariz., Oct. .-(Special.)- powerless to protect the people. De-

Heavy Firing in NortbSeaHeardat'The't Citizens; of this town today tele- spite the stringency of his instruc-

graphed President Wilson and ap- tions, Col. Guilfoyle, the commandant TOURISTS ROOM
IS FAVORED
'
t Hague Suggests Naval wattle pealed for protection from the fire of the American forces, warned BATTLE CONTINUES BUT

( of the belligerents, the Villa and Car- the opposing Mexican leaders against FRENCH CONFIDENTOF

z ranza forces across the line in Naco, firing across the line. Exposition CommissionWill

l French Adriatic Fleet Again Bombarding Austrian Port of Sonora. Operations on the other side of the VICTORY
Be
Endorsed in Their
Cattaro-British Steamer Sunk by Mine Yesterday, but Many bullets directed from the lines river were confined today to a desul-
France Has Protested 'to Hol-
occupied by the troops under Gover- tory exchange of shots between Sale of "Florida Dollar"to
; Crew of Thirty-five Men Was Saved-No Change land That German Vessels
nor Maytorena, commanding the Vil- sharpshooters. About ten shots from Construct BuildingFor

t Yesterday in Condition of Antwerp Fortsr listas, crossed the border line today Governor Maytorena's cannon were Are Flying the Dutch

and American boy was wounded in directed against General Hill's ,
an
Flag the six
Being Bombarded by the Germans next months three thou-
; the hand and a cavalry horse hit. The trenches without loss to the Carran-
sand people will read about the
E citizens' indignation is growing, but zistas. Several shrapnel shells Paris, Oct. 5.-While the French resources -

Paris, Oct. 5.-Special.-German( ) resumption of the offensivewas the American cavalry, which consti- dropped in the hills west of the realize the battle of the Aisne has and advantages of Orange

signalled in a startling fashion today by the delivery of two tutes the garrison here, is limited by trenches but did little apparent dam- not yet been won it does not seem to county in the local papers, the county

furious assaults. The first was a series of massed counter attacks orders which practically leave them age. many of them that it can now be lost. commissioners having yesterday sub-

of the Oise river If the allies win no doubt is felt that scribed for that number
directed at the French and British line, north i of papers.
to break the which threatens the German lines they will pay for it, the sacrifice on The mailing lists will be made up of
designed pressure 3,000 PEOPLE TO LEARN OF ORANGECOUNTYTHROUGHJHELOCALPAPERS E both sides already being great. The prospective home seekers and people

of communication into Belgium. The action in this vicinity was tone of the official communicationshas who are likely to become citizens of

that the French compelled to give ground at sev- furnished the
so severe were best reasons for the the county. The names will be secured

eral points. hope of the French. from people in all sections of

; This is not significant, however, of general recession. Ratherit Lieutenant Colonel Rousset declares the county and this method of public-
that the battle still can last for some ity is expected to benefit
the
means that advanced French and British positions were assailed entire
time. In the furious fighting now go- county.It .
v and forced to withdraw to the more heavily entrenched and
ing Lieutenant Colonel Rousset
COMMISSIONERS TAKE IMPORTANT on is the same method which has
_. .. fortified line of the main body, where the big guns afford better ITALIANS IN AUSTRIA ACTION TO says, neither adversary can claim proven so valuable in Osceola county

protection. The battle in this region still rages furiously with no OBTAIN what Napoleon called "the result. and which has been largely responsible -
PUBLICITY
decisive result. With the shifting of the battle for the thousands of new people

WANT FREEDOM scenes the railroads are resuming who have become citizens of that
In the second assault the German left developed surprising
ENTIRE COUNTY WILL BE BOOSTED' traffic through a number of cities county in the few
past years, makingit
Strength in counter attacks delivered during the night and repeated which had been occupied by the Ger- one of the most prosperous in the

; at intervals during the day, but without gain to the enemy, TRIESTE AND TRENT PETI- mans. From Epernay the news state.

the French line holding fast. In other sections of the battle front TION ITALY TO INTER- Sentinel Invites Articles of In- comes that the Germans respectedthe The commissioners showed their

there were no developments of importance. FERE IN WAR terest From Every Sectionof vines of Epernay in the important spirit of progress and enterprise by

County for Edition to champagne district. making the necessary appropriation

SITUATION OF ANTWERP FORTS IS UNCHANGED Speech of an Austrian Deputyin Go to HomeseekersThe The Figaro says France has pro- without dissenting vote and before a
tested to Holland that German mer-
probably citizenof
London Oct. 5.-Special.-A( ) Reuter from Milan, Italy, Creates Great year passes every
dispatch Antwerp
Board of Trade meeting last chants are using their flag to carry the county will commend their ac '
says the situation of the forts being bombarded by the German Enthusiasm for Comple- night was not largely attended buta contraband and that Holland after investigation -

artillery is unchanged from yesterday. tion Garibaldi's Work number of important matters were announced that the .complaints tion.The matter was urged before the

discussed and action taken. were justified.It commissioners by a committee from
Milan, Italy, via Paris, Oct. 5.- is believed, says the Figaro, thata the
FIRING IN NORTH SEA SUGGESTS POSSIBILITY OF A President Woodruff reported a let- Orlando Board of Trade, com-
Speaking before a great crowd here ter from the Seaboard railway officials state of siege will be proclaimed in posed of President Seth Woodruff, ,

_. __ NAVAL BATTLEd tonight, Signor Battisti, a Socialist stating that, though it was not Rotterdam to end contraband trade. Messrs. J. M. Cheney, S. S. Griffin, 1

London, Oct. 5.-Special.-A( ) dispatch to the Reuter Telegram deputy from Trent, Austria, said, as paying, the Pullman sleeper on their N. P. Yowell, J. N. Bradshaw, and ;

'1 company from,Amsterdam, says news have been received at The a son of Trent, that it was awaiting night train to Orlando would be con- EARTHQUAKE CAUSES BIG S. A. Johnson, and yesterday afternoon y
tinued. when the action of the commis-
Hague of heavy gun firing heard yesterday in a westerly direc- liberation by its Italian brothers. I
The advertising commimttee re- sioners became known on the streets,
'
: "' tion in the North'sea... "The liberation of Trent and
ported the $1,500 publicity fund sub- many citizens of the ;
county were
Trieste, he said, "means the accom- LOSS OF LIFETWO
scribed and a vote of thanks for their heard to express their approval of
of left ;
plishment a duty as a heritageby
.I FRENCH ADRIATIC FLEET BOMBARDING CATTARO services was extended. The committee the action of the commissioners. i
the 'great makers of the ,father-
was instructed to collect the Mr. J. H. Reese speaking for the j
Rome Oct. TOWNS IN ASIATIC
5.-Special.-A( ) local newspaper says the French land.
p amounts subscribed.The newspapers, stated that, in order to 1
fleet in the Adriatic is again bombarding Cattaro. The enthusiastic crowd paraded the TURKEY SEVERELY
advantages of a tourists' rest make the proposition as profitable as j
streets and attempts of the police to
or meeting room were discussed and DAMAGED possible to all sections of the county,
restrain the people were in vain.
Gl BRITISH STEAMER STRUCK MINE AND SUNK favored, the one last year having the newspapers would publish special

popular with the tourists.A Isbarta and Burdur, Important ,, descriptive articles from time to time 1
proven very
t London
Oct.
: 5.-(Special.)-A dispatch to the Petition Italy to Interfere
Exchange Telegram committee composed of Messrs.J. Centers of Carpet Industry, that would interest the prospective j
from Rome, Italy, via Paris Oct. 5.-
Ostend
states
company that
the British steamer Ard- N. Bradshaw, W. S. Branch, W. R. Are the Towns SufferingMost home seeker. The Sendnel will invite
Italians from Trent, in Austria, who l'
: moyant, which left Dover this morning for Zeebrugge with a O'Neal and C. E. Howard was ap- boosting articles from all sections of
reside in have the Damage
Italy, petitioned
cargo of grain and stock, struck a mine and sank. The crew of Italian parliament to complete the pointed to ascertain the rental of a the county for the weekly edition.

35 were saved.Irl suitable room and report at the next 'Chairman Overstreet was author-
{ work of freeing Italy begun by King Smyrna, Asiatic Turkey, via Lon' 1
meeting.The ized to act for the board in seeing
Victor Emmanuel and Garibaldi. don, Oct. 5.The towns of Isbarta I

PRESIDENT WILL URGE THE RE- VIENNA REPORTS DEFEAT They request that Italy unite to the president reported the successof (population about 25,000)) and Bur that the papers properly fulfilled

ELECTION OF ALL DEMO MONTENEGRIN AND SER OF I kingdom the Austrian provinces inhabited the committee appointed to appear dur (population about 12,000)) in the their obligations.

CRATIC CONGRESSMEN VIAN FORCES by Italians. The petitionersare before the county commissioners and province of Konia, were severely
f : urge subscriptions to the local weekly at midnight RUSSIANS TAKE THE HEIGHTS
headed by Signor Battisti, a So damaged by an earthquake
papers as a valuable publicity -me- The loss of life NE.IK PRZEMYSL
Washington, Oct. 5.-President cialist from TrentREDMOND was very
London deputy
Oct. 5.-A correspondentof i
dium. The commissioners subscribedfor
) t. Wilson was understood today to be Reuter's heavy. These two towns are centers :
; preparing to issue letter. endorsing Amsterdam Telegram company at three thousand copies of the local of the carpet industry. London, Oct. 5. A Central News 1
transmits the
following weekly papers for six months. It was dispatch from Petrograd states that
for re-election all Democratic members *. official APPEALS TO 'J
',. of the house, urging the neces- Field Marshal report from Vienna, signed by suggested that the immigration departments THE WEATHER a member of the Russian duma, who
Potiorek
,. : of the railroads enteringthis Florida Unsettled Tuesday probably has just returned from Galicia, declares
sity of retaining the Democratic majority "The : ; ; -
} in congress to carry out the invading Servian and Montenegrinforces IRISH TO AID ENGLANDIRISH county be requested to furnish local showers. Wednesday, fair. the Russians captured the
I east Bosnia
have of the of
some names prospective
: y policies of the administration. VFRANCE'S heights four and five"miles from Prze-
t. compelled us to detach mobile forcesto Florida home seekers likely to be interested War number 2 of the Scientific mysl and that! the Austrians have

this region, which is far from the LEADER TELLS THEM in reading of the advantagesof American. Curtis O'Neal. several times
GRAIN CROP HEAVY & High I vainly attempted to retake -
arena of the principal decision.
\ The THEIR PATRIOTIC this section. school books all in. Next postoffice. them.
Xlr first action started in east Bosnia already A communication was read from
Paris, Oct. 5,-France's grain DUTY
crop has come to a successful termi- the Tampa Board of Trade relativea

!.according} : has to exceeded the agricultural expectations.department It- after nation.two Two days Montenegrin of severe brigades fighting, I Declares That It Is High Time a ,tax and levy the for Board advertising of Trade purposes ex-- Carranza Resignation Not to Be

j.is estimated
at from
60,000,000
to 82-
were completely defeated and re Protestant and Catholic pressed itself as favorable to concerted II

-foooooo iIO.. quintals. pulsed. They now are in a panicky Ireland Bury TheirDifferences work with Tampa in that matter. Considered at Aguas CalientesEl

f CZAR AT FRONTPetrograd retreat across the border, and they Secretary Howard was authorized

1 "'H.of",. most always leave behind them their to draw up a resolution endorsing the

Russia via London Oct. transport together with a consider London, Oct. 5. John F. Redmond, work of the Florida commission to Paso, Tex., Oct. 5_(Special.)- pear on October 10th.
,
: able quantity of supplies. These the Panama-Pacific exposition in the Preliminary conferences between the The nference is for the purposeof
Emperor Nicholas has arrived Irish leader, in making recruiting
[
at forces had previously looted differences which
Bosnia. sale of the 'Florida Dollars" to pro- mediating the
.army headquarters at the front, aceording "In the speeches at Wexford on Sunday, appealed representatives of Generals Carranza
action
undertaken in the vide a Florida building there. have arisen beween the rival factions
to a dispatch received here. and Villa were opened today at Aguas
L":7: northern part of the country half a for a reconciliation on the representing the government in the

.t'::1 General Soukhomlinoff, minister ofwar battalion of Austrian troops captureda home rule question. He said: VON BERNSTORFF LOOKING Calientes. The full representation of north and the central governmentActing
,
accompanied the
emperor. full battalion of Servians." "I will meet Andrew Bonar Lathe OVER PEACE TREATIES the two generals for the conferencewill Consul Orozco today said the
i; Before
'j his departure
Emperor Nich'o1as
( opposition leader in parliament) not be present until October 10th; resignation of Carranza would not be
signed a ukase calling out the reserves BASEBALL RESULTS Washington, Oct. 5.-After a call when the formal will at the it
.- i. and by gentleness and by reason. I pray parley open. brought up conference as
'}_ ordering mobilization of with all my heart and soul that out of upon Secretary Bryan today Count Villa has not yet arrived at Aguas had already been submitted to his

,>:V the mounted troops in the eastern National League this terrible war one blessed result von Bernstorff, the German ambassador Calientes, according to advices from I I generals and they have rejected it,

,.R ,)1*$proTincecs_": and also territorials. New York 4, Philadelphia 0. I may come for Ireland and that is thatas took away copies of the new there, and it is doubtful if he will ap- thus closing they event. f
St. Louis 3 peace treaties between the United .
: ? Chicago 4. Irishmen go on fighting side by
; RUSSIANS
OCCUPY HOSSPUMEZO States and Great Britain France
,
Brooklyn 2-5, Boston 15-9. side Cathol-Ms: Protestants andnorth ,
by ,
,
"
: f Russia and nearly a score of other Former Home Jefferson Last
Cincinnati 3-4, Pittsburg 4-1. I of Ireland Irishmen by south
U3kLandon' Oct. 5.-A Star dispatch countries. Such a treaty was proposedto
American League ____ of Ireland Irishmen it may prove to I
\I$ ;': rom Rome, speaking of the Russian. Boston 3, Washington 9. be a sign of the future unity of our Germany some time ago.
Become of
NationWashington
Sfcyasion: of
Hungary to
: :. says: Philadelphia 2, New York 0. I Irish nation. Property
_E.Having captured all the Carpa- SENATE THROUGH WITH CLAY-
.'' Federal League __ "German domination would mean
.: ; tia? passes, the Russians have TON BILL :
'- comJ6"61 Buffalo 1, Brooklyn 3. the loss of all the liberties we havewon.
Oct. 5.Special
-. the invasion .Hungary ad- quire the property. !
.;,"-t iicing to the south, and they ,have Chicago Baltimore 2,6-1 Kansas City 0. I will put it quite plainly, as Washington, Oct. 5.-(Special.}- Representative! Jefferson Levy, the The price stipulated is $500,000, although .. \1
Pittsburg 8-1. Second General Botha, the South African The senate this evening adopted the .
f'ecupied Hosszumezo. Then the Cos- owner of :Monticello, the home of Mr. Levy said he had expended 1
s game eight innings darkness. did in his
'Are
; premier, speech.
'acks effected a daring youfor conference report on the Clayton antitrust twice that amount on the estate.
coup. They Indianapolis 15, St. Louis 8. Britain and her colonies Thomas Jefferson, notified Secretary
or are bilL It still remains the
-4?k t.ifoSsed the river and cut the railway for The present owner of the property .
you,on the side of Germany house to the' Bryan today that he had decided
.-. -.aCCziget, thus isolating. the remain To be convinced of adopt. conferencerreport; finally suggests that Montieello be main- y
r '1.ifI of. Hungary." the producing "Believe me, we can not remainaloof. before the bill goes to the president to yield to patriotic pressure tained as the Virginia home of the ;
of Sentinel "
'.:, power want ads.-try one. for his signature. and permit the e-jv*.rnment to ac-i presidents. :.
,; ,
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VOLUME, TWO ORLANDO FLORIDA TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1914. NUMBER 203.__
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t- GERMANS DELIVERED TWO\ fURIOUS ASSAULTS YESTERDAY $$1 ,500 BOARD OF TRADE PUBLICITY



> I -- -.1 FUND HAS BEEN FULLY SUBSCRIBED

FORCED FRENCH TO, RETIRE FROM ADVANCED POSI-I Citizens Naco Arizona Protest

TIONS IN ATTACK BY RIGHT WING, BUT 1 _-

NOTHING IN DESPERATE'FIGHTING ON Against Mexican Fire Into Town,FRENCH EXPECT TO WIN I ADVERTISING COMMITTEE

THEIR LEFT WING I INSTRUCTED TO MAKECOLLECTIONS
-

Naco, Ariz., Oct. 5.-(Special)- powerless to protect the people. Despite AISMEIIAIftE E

Heavy Firing in North Sea Heard at The Citizens of this town today tele- the stringency of his instruc- _

graphed President Wilson and appealed tions, Col. Guilfoyle, the commandant TOURISTS ROOM IS FAVOREDFlorida
;
Hague Suggests Naval Battle for protection from the fire of the American forces, warnedthe BATTLE CONTINUES BUT

r! of the belligerents, the Villa and Car- opposing Mexican leaders against FRENCH CONFIDENTOF

ranza forces across the line in Naco, firing across the line. Exposition CommissionWill

; French Adriatic Fleet Again Bombarding the Austrian Port of Sonora. Operations on the other side of the VICTORY Be Endorsed in Their

but Many bullets directed from the lines river were confined today to a desul-
Sunk Mine Yesterday
Cattaro-British Steamer by ,
France Has Protested to Hoi- Sale of "Florida
Dollar"to
occupied by the troops under Gover- tory exchange of shots between
Crew of Thirty-five Men Was Saved-No Change nor Maytorena, commanding the Vil- sharpshooters. About ten shots from land That German Vessels Construct BuildingFor

Yesterday in Condition of Antwerp Forts .listas, crossed the border line today Governor Maytorena's cannon were Are Flying the Dutch

r !and an American boy was wounded in directed against General Hill's Flag I
t Being Bombarded by the Germans the next six months three thou- .
r I the hand and a cavalry horse hit. The trenches without loss to the Carran-
sand people will read about the resources -
citizens' indignation is growing, but zistas. Several shrapnel shells Paris, Oct. 5.-While the French
Paris, Oct. 5.-(Special.)-German resumption of the offensivewas I the American cavalry, which consti- dropped in the hills west of the realize the battle of the Aisne has and advantages of Orange

signalled in a startling fashion today by the delivery of two I tutes the garrison here, is limited by trenches but did little apparent dam- not yet been won it does not seem to county in the local papers, the county

furious assaults. The first was a series of massed counter attacks orders which practically leave them age. many of them that it can now be lost. commissioners having yesterday sub-
If[ the allies win doubt is felt that
no scribed for that number of
line north of the Oise river papers.
directed at the French and British ,
they will pay for it, the sacrifice on The mailing lists will be made of
designed to break the pressure which threatens the German lines 3,000 PEOPLE TO LEARN OF ORANGECOUNTYTHROUGH both sides already being great. The prospective home seekers and people up

of communication into Belgium. The action in this vicinity was tone of the official communicationshas who are likely to become citizens of

so severe that the French were compelled to give ground at sew furnished the best reasons for the the county. The names will be secured

eral points. hope of the French. from people in all sections of
i THE LOCAL PAPERS Lieutenant Colonel Rousset declares the county and this method of
This is not significant, however, of general recession. Rather public-
that the battle still can last for some ity is expected to benefit the entire
that advanced French and British positions
f it means were assailed -
_
time. In the furious
I I fighting now go- county.It .
and forced to withdraw to the more heavily entrenched and -
i COMMISSIONERS TAKE IMPORTANT ing on, Lieutenant Colonel Rousset is the same method which has

,- fortified line of the main body, where the big guns afford better ITALIANS IN AUSTRIA ACTION TO says, neither adversary can claim proven so valuable in Osceola county

protection. The battle in this region still rages furiously with no OBTAIN what Napoleon called "the result." and which has been largely responsibie -

decisive result. PUBLICITY With the shifting of the battle for the thousands of new people

WANT FREEDOM scenes the railroads are resuming who have
become citizens of that
In the second assault the German left developed surprising
ENTIRE COUNTY WILL BE BOOSTED traffic through a number of cities county in the past few years, makingit
strength in counter attacks delivered during the night and repeated which had been occupied by the Ger- one of the most prosperous in the

at intervals during the day, but without gain to the enemy, TRIESTE AND TRENT PETI mans. From Epernay the news state.

the French line holding fast. In other sections of the battle front TION ITALY TO INTER- Sentinel Invites Articles of In- comes that the Germans respectedthe The commissioners showed their

terest From Every Sectionof vines of Epernay in the important spirit of and enterprise
there were no developments of importance. FERE IN WAR progress by
County for Edition to champagne district. making the necessary appropriation

The Figaro says France has pro- without dissenting vote and before
Speech of an Austrian Deputyin Go to HomeseekersThe a
SITUATION OF ANTWERP FORTS IS UNCHANGED
tested to Holland that German mer-
year passes probably citizen;;
every
London, Oct. 5.-(Special.)-A Reuter dispatch from Antwerp Milan, Italy, Creates Great Board of Trade meeting last chants are using their flag to carry of the county will commend their ac-

says the situation of the forts being bombarded by the German Enthusiasm for Completion night was not largely attended buta contraband and that Holland after investigation -

artillery is unchanged from yesterday. Garibaldi's Work number of important matters were announced that the ,com- tion.The matter was urged before the

discussed and action taken. plaints were justified.It commissioners by a committee from

Milan, Italy, via Paris, Oct. 5.- President Woodruff reported a let- is believed says the Figaro, thata the Orlando Board of Trade, com-
FIRING IN NORTH
SEA SUGGESTS POSSIBILITY OF A
Speaking before a great crowd here ter from the Seaboard railway offi- state of siege will be proclaimed in posed of President Seth Woodruff,

___ NAVAL BATTLE tonight, Signor Battisti, a Socialist cials stating that, though it was not Rotterdam to end contraband trade. Messrs. J. M. Cheney. S. S. Griffin, ..

London Oct. 5. ( A paying, the Pullman sleeper on their N. P. Yowell, J. N. Bradshaw, andS.
_} Special.)- dispatch to the Reuter Telegram deputy from Trent, Austria, said, as i
train to Orlando would be A. Johnson, and after-
night yesterday
:< company from.Amsterdam, says news have been received at The a son of Trent, that it was awaiting con- i EARTHQUAKE CAUSES BIG
tinued. noon, when the action of the commis-
Hague of heavy gun firing heard yesterday in a westerly direc- liberation by its Italian brothers. The advertising commimttee reported sioners became known on the streets,

tion in the North' sea. "The liberation of Trent and the $1,500 publicity fund sub- many citizens of the county were
lOSS OF LIFETWO
-'" Trieste, he said, "means the accom-
scribed and a vote of thanks for their heard to express their approval of
plishment of a duty left as a heritageby
'# FRENCH ADRIATIC FLEET BOMBARDING CATTARORome services was extended. The committee I the action of the commissioners.Mr. .
the great makers of the ,,father-
was instructed to collect the' J. H. Reese, speaking for the
Oct. 5.-Special.-A( ) local the French land." TOWNS IN ASIATIC
newspaper says amounts subscribed., newspapers, stated that, in order to
fleet in the Adriatic The enthusiastic crowd paraded the TURKEY SEVERELY
is
again bombarding Cattaro.
make the
The advantages of a tourists' rest proposition as profitable as ,
streets and attempts of the police to ,
or meeting room were discussed and DAMAGED possible to all sections of the county,
;: restrain the people were in vain. .
:1t BRITISH STEAMER STRUCK MINE AND SUNK favored, the one last year having the newspapers would publish special
proven very popular with the tourists.A Isbarta and Burdur, Important descriptive articles from time to time
London, Oct. .-(Special.)-A dispatch to the Petition Italy to Interfere j
., Exchange Telegram committee composed of Messrs.J. Centers of Carpet Industry, that would interest the prospectivehome ,
company from Ostend states that the British steamer Ard- Rome, Italy, via Paris, Oct. 5. N. Bradshaw, W. S. Branch, W. R. Are the Towns Suffering seeker. The Sentinel will invite
4 Italians from Trent in Austria who
,
moyant, which left Dover this morning for Zeebrugge with a have the O'Neal and C. E. Howard was appointed Most Damage boosting articles from all sections of
reside in Italy, petitioned
cargo of grain and stock, struck a mine and sank. The crew of Italian parliament to complete the to ascertain the rental of a the county for the weekly edition. 2'

S 35 were saved.PRESIDENT work of freeing Italy begun by King suitable room and report at the next Smyrna, Asiatic Turkey, via Long Chairman Overstreet was authorized -
to act for the board in
meeting.The seeing;
Victor Emmanuel and Garibaldi. don, Oct. 5.The towns of Isbarta j
president reported the successof that the papers properly fulfilled
and Bur-
WILL URGE THE REELECTION VIENNA REPORTS They request that Italy unite to the (population about 25,000))
OF ALL DEMO MONTENEGRIN AND DEFEAT SER-OF I kingdom the Austrian provinces inhabited -J the committee appointed to appear dur (population about 12,000)) in the !!!their obligations. 1 ia
before the commissioners and
county .
province of Konia, were. severely
CRATIC CONGRESSMEN by Italians. The petitioners
VIAN
FORCES are headed by Signor Battisti, a Socialist i urge subscriptions to the local weekly damaged by an earthquake at mid- RUSSIANS TAKE THE HEIGHTS ;
papers as a valuable publicity "me night. The loss of life was very NE.IU PRZEMYSL t
Washington, Oct. from Trent.
5.-President deputy
London, Oct. 5.-A j
correspondentof dium. The commissioners subscribedfor
heavy. These two towns are centersof -
-..1 Wilson was understood today to be Reuter's i 1
'- Telegram company at three thousand copies of the local the carpet industry. London, Oct. 5.-A Central News
preparing to issue a letter endorsing
Amsterdam transmits the following weekly papers for six months. It was dispatch from Petrograd states thata j
APPEALS TO
f for re-election all Democratic REDMOND
< mem official
report from Vienna, signed by that the departments
suggested immigration THE WEATHER member of the Russian duma, who
bers of
.. the house, urging the
{ necessity Field Marshal
; Potiorek: of the railroads enteringthis Florida: Unsettled Tuesday; prob- has just returned from Galicia, declares i

":il'I" \ of.in retaining congress the to Democratic carry out majority the- '"The Servian and Montenegrinforces IRISH TO AID ENGLANDIRISH county be requested to furnish ably local showers. Wednesday, fair. the Russians captured the J

of invading east Bosnia have some of the names of prospective heights four and five'miles from Prze-
f4' .'policies the administration. v compelled us to detach mobile forcesto Florida home seekers likely to be interested War number 2 of the Scientific mysl and that the Austrians have

FRANCE'S GRAIN this region, which is far from the LEADER TELLS THEM in reading of the advantagesof American. Curtis & O'Neal. High several times vainly attempted to retake -
CROP J
HEAVY
of the
.r' 't arena principal decision. The THEIR PATRIOTIC this section. school books all in. Next postoffice. them.
+;( first action started in east Bosnia already A communication was read from
-1 Paris, Oct. 5.-France's DUTY
: grain
crop, has come to a successful termi- the Tampa Board of Trade relativea
according to the agricultural department nation. Two Montenegrin brigades I a tax levy for advertising
pur- Not
Be
.sr. has exceeded expectations. It after two of Declares That It Is High Time Carranza Resignation to
days
'- severe fighting, poses, and the Board of Trade expressed -
i is estimated at from
60,000,000 to 82- were completely defeated and, re Protestant and Catholic itself as favorable to concerted 11

%A e\000'000 quintals. pulsed. They now are in a panicky Ireland Bury TheirDifferences work with Tampa in that matter. Considered at Aguas Calientes "I

retreat across the border, and they Secretary Howard was authorizedto
: CZAR AT FRONT
...,11 most always leave behind them their draw up a resolution endorsing the -
transport together with a consider- 5.John F. Redmond work of the Florida commission to El Paso, Tex., Oct. 5.-SpeciaL- pear on October 10th.
London, Oct. ,
Petrograd Russia
,
via
London
Oct. able quantity of supplies. These the Panama-Pacific exposition in the Preliminary conferences between the The conference is for the purpose
i'iJ. $.-Emperor Nicholas has arrived Irish leader, in making recruiting
at forces had previously looted Bosnia. sale of the ''Florida Dollars" to pro- of mediating the differences which
."strop<; headquarters at the front, ac- "In the action undertaken in the speeches at Wexford on Sunday, appealed vide a Florida building there. representatives of Generals Carranzaand :have arisen beween the rival factions
,.n: crding to a dispatch received here. Villa were opened today at Aguas
,), northern part of the country half a for a reconciliation on the : representing the government in the

1 General. Soukhomlinoff, minister of battalion of Austrian troops captureda home rule question. He said: VON BERNSTORFF LOOKING Calientes. The full representation of north and the central government.

't war' accomPanied the emperor. full battalion of Servians." "I will meet Andrew Bonar Law OVER PEACE TREATIES the two generals for the conferencewill Acting Consul Orozco today said the

3 ;Before his deParture Emperor Nichrolas (the opposition leader in parliament) not be present until October 10th; resignation of Carranza would not be

'Z. *! signed a ukase calling out the reserves BASEBALL RESULTS by gentleness and by reason. I pray Washington, Oct. 5.-After a call when the formal parley will open. brought up at the conference, as it

; .' : and ordering mobilization of with all my heart and soul that out of upon Secretary Bryan today Count Villa has not yet arrived at Aguas had already been submitted to his f
; r ..the mounted troops in the eastern National von Bernstorff, the German ambassador Calientes advices from I I and have it
League this terrible war one blessed result according to generals they rejected I
,..,. prorincecs and
also
:r .. territorials. New York 4, Philadelphia 0. I may come for Ireland and that is that took away copies of the new there, and it is doubtful if he will ap- thus closing the, event.

I tk RUSSIANS St. Louis 3, Chicago 4. as Irishmen go on fighting side by peace treaties between the United j

I h OCCUPY HOSSJUMEZO: ... Brooklyn 2-5, Boston 15-9. side, Cathol: s by Protestants, and States and Great Britain, France,
.. f %\ Cincinnati 3-4, Pittsburg 41. north of Ireland Irishmen by south Russia and nearly a score of other Former Home Jefferson Last i
t : London, Oct. 5.-A Star countries. Such a treaty was proposedto
; dispatch
American League ____
\ of Ireland Irishmen, it may prove to I 1

../i {!; r0m, Rome of Hungary speaking, of says the: RussianTnvasion Boston Philadelphia 3, Washington 2, New York 9. 0. be Irish a sign nation.of the future unity of our Germany some time ago. to Become Property of Nation f

SENATE THROUGH WITH CLAYTON -
4'
Raving captured all the
Carpafffejan Federal League __ "German domination would mean
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f. passes, the Russians have comflSCe(1 Buffalo 4, Brooklyn 3. the loss of all the liberties have BILL
we Oct. .
Washington, 5.-Specia1.-( the
the invasion quire property.The
.\ -Hungary, ad- ChiCago'2, Kansas City 0. won. I will put it quite plainly, as ,
Washington, Oct.
5.-Spedal-
t ncing to the south, and they have Baltimore Representative Jefferson Levy, the price stipulated is $500,000, although \
6-1, Pittsburg 8-1. Second General Botha the South African
The senate this evening adopted the ,
eiCupied Hosszumezo. Then the of Monticello the home :Mr. Levy said he had expended -
c Cos- owner of
eight innings darkness. '
game
did in his 'Are
; premier, speech. you conference report on the Clayton anti-
effected twice that amount on the estate.
s a daring
t_ Ft coup. They Indianapolis 15, St. Louis Thomas notified
8. for Britain and her colonies or are trust bill. It still remains for the Jefferson Secretary
:,.a 4If 1ssed the river and cut the railway The present owner of the property ;
you on the side of Germany?' house to adopt the conference Bryan today that he had finally de-
} t at4 ziget, thus isolating the remain To be convinced of the report *. suggests that Monticello be maintained -
--' J .of. Hungary." producing 'Believe me, we can not remain before the bill goes to the president cided to yield to patriotic pressure as the Virginia home of the 'I
r-'Wi- power of Sentinel want ads.-try; one. aloof." for his signature. and permit tht: < j" *rnment to ac- presidents. J

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TALK OF A RUSSIAN INVASION Va. There are now twenty-seven in NOTICE RARE BARGAINS NEW CANCER REMEDY If you want quick returns f

tit AND VIENNA IS all. I Removes cancers, tumors of all vertising at moderate cost, p.
ALARMED Farmers and truck growers in the We are pleased to announce thaton Don't be deceived. Seeing is be- kinds. No money until you are sat- the columns of the Sentinecan
I territory contiguous to those cities October 1st we will move our offices lieving. The best man to buy real isfied. Dr. C. W. Rains, 4-7 Warren
I II to the Cherry block,. Bldg.. Fla. place your wants befot
oppositethe Lafayette street, Tampa,
Venice, Italy, via Paris, Oct. 3<-I play furnish ot the postmasters lists San Juan hoteL Here we will be estate of is in the the man cultivation that has of actual 9-13-10t people in Orlando and nui
Latest from Vienna show the of the articles which they can send better and more experience truck
reports equipped centrally farm, and citrus fruit lands, and other readers of the paper in
population is seriously alarmed over to customers by parcel post. The I located for the convenience of the knows what land is when se sees it. KEEP AHEADOf ing territory. .
the possibility of a Russian invasion.!1 postmasters, in turn, will have printed public. There is a man of that kind in Or- your neighbor by reading the
Official notices have announced the lists prepared of farmers and of I Ii ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. lando. Have him show you. Owner's Sentinel every morning and getting
If -
prices on all property no you want your bicyclea
closing of many favorite Sunday ex- the articles they can supply, which ; padding or ail the news first.
i I boosting. hurry take it to Warman'zShop.
Up to date ,
eta,
painting papering
cursions from Vienna into the sur- will be distributed in the cities by the F. G. ARNOLD. 'I .
is the kind you want. Where to get Get the news in the'S8Iltlnel first.I
rounding forest because the highest mail carriers. Prospective custom-
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it? That's I 1.
phone 636. W. T.
points are fortified. That has pro- I'j ers then may order directly from the easy Telephone Exchange Bldg.
duced much uneasiness. I producers. ,Entrican 1-20-tf 9-26-6t w Orlando, Fla.
' The report circulated that the work &P; 9m Jfb: I IJI'
of transferring state treasuries and BRYAN'S SON TO CAN FISH in iii ii HIM i iiMiiiiiiiiiiiii M MMI illiniumCONWAY
:; archives already has begun. While ...

this report appears to be unfounded, Phoenix, Ariz., Oct. 3.William J. NURSERIESGROWERS
School BooKs and
it is significant as showing the state Bryan, Jr., son of ecretary of State I Supplk
of the public mind. Bryan, has associated himself with AND DEALERS IN
Prices for many articles of food Col. Epes Randolph, the millionaire Will be our principal business for the .-

have taken a sudden jump. head of the Southern Pacific lines of ; ; All Leading Varieties of Citrus TreesR. j I Ii week or two. Our trade in this departmc < -
The Austrian premier Count Karl railway in Arizona, in the organza i
Stuergkh, received a deputation of tion of a company to establish' a fish T. PEEL, Proprietor.Local extends from Tangerine to Lake Poinset:
influential representatives of Aus-1 cannery on the gulf of California to
Salesman and from Center to Lake Picketl
: Orange
trian industry, who urged that meas- cost $100,000.
I Glen St. Nurseries REAL ESTATE ;
Mary
ures be taken by the state to prevent furnish every school book used in any sin
further unjustifiable advances in the SLAYER OF GIRL CONVICTED I Box.11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida. J
the and from
prices of breadstuffs. 924tfMIIIIIIHIUIMMHIIIIMMIMIMMMIMMMIinmy county any furnishing

Coming, N. Y., Oct. 3.-Arthur : slate pencil to seats, desks and musica
POSTMASTER PRIMARY IS SUG- Simons, of Alexander, N. Y.. was
GESTED AT PENSACOLA found guilty of. murder in the first I I 11 i 1111M i 11111M1111111 i 11 i 111M111M 111111111II11 struments. We are headquarters for sch >;

degree by a jury at Wellsboro, Pa., supplies.
- Pensacola, Fla., Oct. 3.Althoughmore today for the shooting of Miss Iva THE CHASE & CO

than twelve hundred qualified Christian at Westfield, Pa., last July. W. S. BRANCH,
voters have petitioned Congressman Simons shot the girl when she re- '
PACKING' HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs
. Emmet Wilson urging him to consent f I i fused to marry him because he washer i I
-- The Arcade Book and Music Store
,. to recommend a new postmaster to I| cousin. He pleaded God appearedI modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-
be designated at a special primary to I in a vision and commanded him to I -
4 i i date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the
be held for that ,advices from
purpose I I I marry her. I a tiTHE -
Washington are to the effect that Mr.!l PROPER PACKING I -

,. Wilson prefers to make his own rec- FIRST AID TO r
. Ie ommendation. I I STOMACH MISERY PRICES I rI OLD RELIABLE '

Friends of the primary idea have Mi-o-na >ViII Quickly and Safely Rid HIGHEST

telegraphed Congressman Wilson to I I I You of Indigestion which, however, would not accomplish the end desired I DANN'S TRANSFER
defer action until such time that he I I .
by the grower, if he did not also have available the services ;;
When stomach is out of order
can consider the names appearing on I I your
ti the petition which has been mailed to .. your food lies like a lump of lead fer- Dr. B. D. WIENANGA, Prop.
menting and surely causing that feeling ofTHE I
him. More than two-thirds of the of fulness, sour taste in the CHASE & CO
qualified voters of the city are in favor -i mouth, coated tongue, bilousness, and t and
of the primary idea to settle the many other warning signs of indiges- Livery, Draying Hauling ;
tion, which, is often, a,dangerous ail- SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM !
question of the selection of a post-,I t
.master, which has been hanging in ,ment.It is needless for you to.suffer, for which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, experienced I j
:the balance f%three months, or since I 1 I 1 any druggist can supply you with competent and reliable. WE GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE i iI
harmless and efficient rem-
Mi-o-na
the a
death of Postmaster A. G. Fell. I edy for all bad stomachs. These GIVES THE GROWER I -
1 small tablets give almost immediateand HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS
PARCEL POST EXTENDED joyful relief, while a few days'
AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK ?
treatment strengthens and stimulates: ,
the digestive system.The flow of gastric CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
Washington, Oct. 3.-Postmaster-, : juices is increased,then, your food }
General Burleson today extended the is properly digested; sour and gassystomach CHASE &: CO.GROVERS' Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
"farm to the table" service of the sick headaches, restless I /
f I i nigts and other distressing symptoms MARKETING AGENTS
parcel post to fifteen more cities-'! quickly vanish.If HORSES FOR SALE
Brooklyn, Philadeuphia, Seattle, Portland -I suffering any stomach distress I > Main Office, Jacksonville, FloridaA.
Ore.New Orleans,Austin, TeL, ''do not wait-let Mi-o-na give you R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla.930rl&.w 'Phone 257. Orlando, FlorinlMMMIIMMtMIMHfMtfilMH
relief. McElroy's Pharmacy
Cleveland, Indianapolis Chicago, Denver lasting : ,
of back.
sell it with guarantee money
Providence, Nashville, Los An- not satisfied.
if are
Richmond you i 'III'IIII'I'IIIIII"I"'I" " ..
Conn. ,
geles, Hartford, and T&T "
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are the exclusive Agents of all propositions advertised in this space, which will be changed ever: ..

week. Purchasers can buy through their own Broker, and all Real Estate men can sell them and arrange -,

with us regarding Prices and Terms. All large propositions will be also placed with our Northern Agents. ,_


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4 ORANGE GROVE FOR SALE :

i We not only sell the properties ,. :


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14 large Pecan trees about 20 years old in full bear- 4 4
Situated five miles southeast of Orlando;
f ing. which are listed with us, but .
Brick road within mea
projected one 25 acres of truck land cleared and ready to be J

property. Tho tract has 280 acres, on planted. .. .-;

the second highest elevation in Florida, ,Balance of acreage adapted for citrus fruit and also finance them for the seller ;

trucking. Also virgin timber and grazing land all under
on a very large lake, deep clear water,
fence. Sweet and Irish potatoes, tomatoes, corn, water-

sandy bottom and over one-half me.melons, pineapples and bananas' have been successfully as well as for the buyer to facilitate -

l lake front, therefore has not experienced grown. This proposition we recommend not only as a ;'

any frost, even on Banana plants during good commercial proposition, but also as a good invest
maker from the start with bigger -
ment. A money prospects
all the years of the present occupant. This property has buildings which could not be the deal I .Mortgages bought !

5 Six acres planted in large orange and grapefruit duplicated for less.than one thousand dollars. All farm t

implements are included in the sale. This property can I ,;

trees in full bearing. be bought through your own real estate broker or sold and sold. "- i r.' .1. '
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Five and one-half acres of 375 three-year old grapeby any broker in Orlando. Private telephone on the. a 3

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FALL FESTIVAL of FASHIONS and FLOWERSWednesday H,






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Informal Reception, Wednesday Evening, from 8 to '10 o'clock, Beautiful Living Models


We cordially Invite you.In .


order to let every one call and inspect the most elaborate display of Women's fine Ready-to-Wear Apparelever


shown in this city, we will keep the store open Wednesday Night, from eight to ten o'clock, nothing will be


sold, just open for your inspection.DISPLAY .




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BY DAME FASHIONThe



clear, crisp days of Autumn will soon be here, and you will be ready to don warmer:garments, to guard

you against the buffeting of Stormy Fall Winds. We have been preparing for you, and have gathered an exhibit -

of the ideas that the world's fashion proclaim as correct. We want you to come and see them, to select

according to your fancy, and according to your requirements. :




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I Wednesday and Thursday, October 7, 8 ;


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Wraps, Costumes, Suits YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED MILLINERY DEPARTMENT j'
to be present at our Fall Opening, Wednesday and
and Waists Thursday, October 7th and 8th. OPENING EXPOSITION of EXQUISITE DRESS HATS i
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LIVING MODELS
In the immense displays beginning Wednesday, In the great numbers,the variety, exclusiveness and i
every section emphasizes its undoubted uperiority by each afternoon from 3 to 5.30 p.m., and Vednesrbsbc Elegance of the Hats assembled for this very
contributing the most charming, most eftensive variety day night from 8 to 10. MUSIC. important event, all our previons similar efforts have
been far outclased. French Millinery, the most eminent
of rare novelties ever seen anywhere. .
A distinguished gathering of the newest, smartest OUR BOYS STORE, Second Floor artists; of Paris are widely represented in the types of
the highest order of excellence.
As perfect in details as our man's.store, these
TAILORED SUITS DRESSES
Our own Designers have had in view for the last sev-
... two go hand in hand as father and son. Thus almost -
COSTUMES AND WRAPSawaits from babyhood, with his first Kilts, to the eral months the requirements of this event; their contributions -
you here Wednesday and Thursday. very edge of young manhood, he'll find the are equally praisworthy.
proper requisites in this Boys Store.


RELIABLE FURNITURE, RUGS AND HOUSEHOULD BRAND NEW FALL GOODS EXCLUSIVE NEW DRESS GOODS STYLES
GOODS
Wednesday we open wide our doors to welcome the new Right now we are showing Brand New FallGoods.In If you are undecided as to the material for that New
season,and the busy buyers it will bring. There is an the Man's Store Kuppenheimer Suits and Overcoats. Are Fall Dress, Suit or Wrap, take a hint from us and let us
made simply and solely to best meet the style idea of welldressing show invite
added touch and newness and freshness to the stock and you.Ve your inspection of a very rich and
article men. There is a grace to every curve, strength stylish collection of New French Broad Cloths, Serges,
is
appointments. Every as if on dress parade
beaming and gleaming and shining bright. Call and get to every seam, and lasting shapeliness to every garment. Voiles, Crepes, Wool Taffeta and a beautiful line of
ideas for house furnishing time. All are most cordially I No matter.whether you are ready to buy fall clothes or fancy weaves, in checks, stripes and plaids. We are
welcome. not,come in and let us show you the new things- showing them in all the wanted shades.

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GROCERY DEPARTMENT Don't Fail to Attend our Fall FALL
Our Big Grocery Store is loaded with good things to eat, ANNOUNCEMENT

in Staple and Fancy Groceries. Prompt deliveries. No Opening, Wednesday and ThursOur choice line of Fall and Winter Footwear are now.

our transaction customer is is regarded fully satisfied.as commplete in this store until day, October the 7th and 8th ready. 0 Footwear for every member of the family.





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AND WEEKLY Dr. Fort, ofNew York city Services at the Baptist church Sunday "Whispering" Bill Spier- who has Iii

JOSIAH FEKR1S. EAUr mud Owner preached in Jacksonville Sundaylast. were conducted in accordancewith been in the city several days this
If there is danger of
an
any President Wilson's request in week soliciting orders for the Orlando -

Entered at the po.toffic* at Orlando. Florida other engagement between battle- regard to prayer for war stricken nursery company, relates that on I
off the Florida coast it mightbe
a. Second Clau Mail Matter.SUBSCRIPTION ships a recent visit to DeSoto county he
wise to retain the Doctor as a Europe. Dr. Poulson read for a Scripture Ii
I met a young negro couple on their
protection to Jacksonville's sky line. lesson the account of Christ's i
RATES way to town to be married when he

D.ny. 1 Tear ........................ $500 prayer in the Garden of Gethsemane, offered his services in tieing the knot.
Daily C Months ...................... 2.60 Merely as a matter of loyalty we
Dally. 3 Months ........,............. 1.25 emphasizing the closing words HThy The boy was named Jake and the girl. .
r Daily. 1 Month ....................... .50 have decided to purchase a box of oranges will be done. After prayer the choir Bet and this is the ceremony:
instead. of a bale of cotton.
Jake will take Bet withoutany
you
I Weekly. 1 Year .. $L0O Now if some one will buy the other sang HThe Valley of Peace."
Weekly.: C Months :::::::::::::::,:::: ."5 8,999,999 boxes at $2.00 per box, there !i Dr. Poulson preliminary to his ser regret to love and to cherish
until one of you perish and is laid
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN will be no hard times in Florida the mon, made some very appropriate remarks
under the sod, so help you -? Answer -
I ADVANCETO coming winter. in regard to the special prayer
;
I will. Bet will this
sIt I day. "You are here today," he said, you man
ADVERTISERS
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take whose name is Jake and cling
"because you believe in a God that
is easy to see what the Tampa
him
i c.py for display and all ether hand-set to through thick and thin with
.. Tribune considers the two most important hears and answers prayer. It is not
advertising .t k handed in at the bMineu all heart until death
:
your ?
t .fie* of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. .. matters in the world. The necessary for me to discuss the realities you part
the day before publication. This rule applies I Answer, I will. Through life's alter-
to chances for contract advertising; it is leading editorial in the Sunday paper or the causes of this awful conflict r
r = native of joy and strife I
Invariable will be adhered pronounceyou
and strictly to..Sab.en"bera
because familiar
was headed 'A Nation in Prayer, you are with
man and wife. Go life's
desiring The Seentinel discontinued and right below it a half column leader j these and the end of this devastation till you get to the level up salute hill
should notify the office in writing on entitled "Local Baseball." and bloodshed is the great purpose your
the date of expiration otherwise it will be bride you black-faced devil.-Bartow
continued at the regular subscription rates sUp for which we are praying. He then' CourierInformant.T. .
i aatil notice to stop is received. read the proclamation of President
in Crescent City the other day,
Mr. Hunt married Miss Cash and the Wilson and followed with his sermonin
i TUESDAY OCTOBER 6, 1914. Times-Union headed an account of which "Prayer" was his theme.Dr. I .Conscientious F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
work at fair prices.
the affair, "Hunter-Cash." That is Poulson emphasized very Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf
The president of Portugal doesn't what the dukes and other titled foreigners He emphasized very strongly four

know the first step in getting into the usually do as soon as they attributes our prayer should have, Eat all you want.

war. He failed to declare that he marry an American heiress. And the viz., unselfishness, expectancy, pa- Eat what you want.

r. didn't start it. deplorable thing about it is that they tience' and submission. In regard to For Take sale a postscript by all druggists.and forget it.

D usually find it. the first he said it was selfish and l-T-d&w-lyr

t When the city consumer has to pay useless for us to,pray for the war to

a $5 for a barrel of apples for which The poultry and egg output of Min close that the wheels of commerce First class Brazing- specialty at

the farmer gets but $1, it is no won- nesota is estimated at $35,000,000 per might move unrestricted thereby. Warman's Repair Shop o' Court St.
der that the office chair job looks year. If such results can be obtainedin helping us to hoard wealth but we 12-5-tf. Announcement

good to many country boys. a cold Northwestern state where should have the suffering children
the and widowed mothers in NEWSBOY WANTED live one to
l 0 poultry must be housed and lib- uppermost sell
weekly fun
paper published by
Most everybody had forgotten that erally fed during six or seven monthsof our minds. In regard to submission the New York World. Apply this

Portugal had declared war on Germany the year, what possibilities exist in he said we should remember that God I morning before nine o'clock to Wade
knows and and will work all ; the Tuner. 6-lt On October 5th, 6th, and 7th,
Florida
; but now that her army is moo where the fowls may run at cares

bilizing and will go to the aid of the large the entire year thereby savinga things together for good to those who there will be held at our store an

allies, we may be frequently reminded large amount of feed and danger of love Him. We should therefore pray Miss Eunice DeLaney and Dr. Poul-

that she is siting in the war game. disease? the prayer of our Saviour "Thy will, Exposition of pre-advanced

D not ours be done." son.An offering for the Red Cross society FALL and WINTER WOOLENS -

The Pensacola Journal is very much It ,is said that the French are At the close of the sermon special was taken amounting to twentysix -

Dissatisfied with the manner in which amazed at the' sangfroid of the Brit- prayer was led by Lloyd S. Tenny dollars. and FASHIONS in \IEN'S

the yar is being conducted, especiallythe ish officers who often stop in the CLOTHES, which for splendor
suppression of news. It really is midst of a battle to shave themselves. I

awful. Suppose one should die with- But judging by the number of close in colorings and magnificence

ont ever finding out Just what has shaves the Germans give them there in
style and design are -
been happening over there-in Eu- doesn't seem to be any need of it.- A PROFIT MAKER unprecedented

rope, we mean. New.Orleans States. in the annals of clothes

o We saw a sangfroider man than
making.
that the other at the Ocoee celebration '
The primary count in June showed day -

that one candidate for member of the during the OcoeeClermontball

school board in Dade county was the game. The Clermont men were
I have two lots on Hillcrest Avenue, one a corner lot
THE
nominee but the courts have just at the bat. There were two men out, ONLY LINE IN AMERICA -

finished recounting and the other two men on bases and three balls had and the other adjoining. Each lot 64x135. Bearing Or- BACKED BY REAL :MERCHANT -

man is declared to be, the nominee. been called when the batter stoppedand ange trees. Southern exposure. Sidewalk already
Great is the Bryan primary law in its lit a cigarette while the ball was TAILORING will be
down. Hillcrest Avenue will be paved with brick.
varied and confusing requirements of going down to second to scare the I
displayed
the candidates the inspectors the runner back to his base. Did the man I by the'VORLD'S
These lots will be at a price which will guaranteea
courts and the voters. strike out? Of course he did. No sold foremost promotors of fashion,

D man who smokes cigarettes as a regu- profit for a quick turn.
Hugh Sparkman of the Orlando lar job can get a hit off of Barze ISSAC HAMBURGER & SONS,

Sentinel offers to fight with pumpkin the Rollins College pitcher who was BALTUIORE.

pies at short range the meeting placeto on the mound for Ocoee that day.

be Orlando next Wednesday. We S. Y. WAY
would rather put it off till next sum- SOROSIS CLUB MEETS THIS
On the above dates their
rep-
mer and avenge the insult with watermelon AFTERNOON

rinds.-Ocala Star. : The first business' meeting of the Insurance and Real Estate Agent resentatives ,\will conduct our

C There ain't no rind when we get
Sorosis Club will be held this after-
4 through} with a watermelon.Two PHONE 172illllillMMIMIIMMeiiiMitiMllill FALL TAILORING OPENING
noon at three o'clock, and all members -
0 are urged to be present. I and entertain the public by assisting .
days ago the International I
I them to review the
News Service announced through its array
Florida that President Wilson . . .. . . .. . . . . .
papers WOOLENS
1. and FASHIONS
would not nominate Senator Bryan to

be federal judge for the fifth circuit I' J( on display.
: Kodak
but Richard instead W. Walker would of nominate Alabama.Judge This j Finishing

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very interesting item to the peopleof Your presence at this ash.
Florida appeared in the Jackson- FILMS 10 CENTS A ROLLillllllllMlillMtMMIMiMIMICIIIIMtiltMIMMIiMMMJf

ville Metropolis yesterday, twenty- ion show" is cordially invited

four hours later and in the other As- McF11T 0Y'S PHA..R M&c and as ISAAC HAMBURGER:

sociated Press papers of the state today -

thirty-six to forty-eight hours & SONS are the recognized producers -

behind the International.SaturdayOcala tllliiMMMMtilllliinillllllfcillHlltinilillllllllllilMlii .' of AMERICA'S HIGH-
Star.

a EST TYPE OF TAILORED TO
One country that is being enriched
f" by the European war is Denmark MEASURE CLOTHES it will

and its proximity to Germany is giv- be to your interest to attend. No
ing that country a supply market
which she is not failing to use, cut off IT'S LIKE THIS obligation to buy but, if it will

from the balance of the world as she
be your pleasure to order, your
is. Foodstuffs
are bought at fancy

prices for export to Germany and measures will be expertly and
We believe that high quality the best workmanship
every line of industry is thriving. Indicative taken.

of this is a published statement and newest and most artistic designs should be blend- scientifically
of the increase in receipts of

one Copenhagen telegraph office. In ed in every article of jewelry a woman wears for her
time of this office usually takesin
peace
I about $500 per day in tolls but adornment. That's the kind of jewelry we carry.

1 now the receipts have risen to from
$3,500 to $4,000per day. Recently When you come here you are certain to find satisfaction
l ,
the charges on one telegram amounted on count. Our jewelry is the kind that l"o r
-
to $250 according to a New York every :
,
paper. o will pass on down the family from generation to gen- H 'y

The Kield canal is frequently men- eration. We make it as good as the families who ,
tioned in the war news and the magnitude -

F of that German artificial wa- buy it. .

terway is not generally known to
: Americans. The locks of the Kiel

f are five feet deeper than those of the

Panama canal and will accommodatea

vessel of sixty thousand tons while
the Panama locks will only accommOdate DICKSONIVES CO. I

vessels up to thirty-five thou- "'>

sand tons. The difficulty of the con-

through struction a of mountainous the Panama country canal and T.H.Evans JewelerOPPOSITE DEPARTMENTAL STORE

i the fact that it connects the two great

oceans alone give it prominence over I

the Kiel and Suez as an engineering ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
proposition and of commercial impor POSTOFFICL "

tance. Germany has recently spent ,
$15,000,000 in enlarging the Kiel canal -
ENGRAVING
EXPERT REPAIRING AND
and now her largest battleshipscan
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- Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Sperry and I I.lilliHHMillllMIIMIIM.II COAST LINE READY TO PAY' 1 =I. '__- 1 0=cIJiI:
daughter returned last night from CITY TAXES
Bayside, Me., where they have been | FAVORTE THEATREOpen !f I 11 "Get it at Allen's"Rings
) THE TUNER conducting their summer hotel. They The biggest city tax payer to indicate -
will now get their winter house, the I 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. J'I a desire to pay taxes for the
ORLANDO FLA.
Lakeview, in fine shape for the fall Admission 5 cents I' year 1914 is the Atlantic Coast Line
and winter season. railway, which yesterday, through local V

(ty-odd arrivals were registeredat representatives, asked for its bill
the San,Juan yesterday.Mr. County Commissioner Brown was lllltMllilMilllMIIIIIMTODAY'S The city' taxes of the Atlantic CoastLine
in Orlando yesterday from Fort PROGRAM will mount up to several hun-

E. W. Davis left yesterday for Christmas attending a meeting of the dred dollars, they owning much valuable -
Dade City on professional business.Mr. board. He was accompanied by his Victor. Florence Lawrence in "The property in Orlando, occupied by '
two daughters, Misses Nellie and Little Mail Carner in two parts. their yards, stations and warehouses. .
Produced by H. L. Salter.
Chas. Prevatt, Jr., one of Kis- Winnie, who spent the day shoppingand Nestor. "Her Moonshine Lover." 0We I
simmee's well known citizens, was a calling on friends.Mr. I II"|A Kentucky burlesque, produced by BEAUTY BOWERS OF FASHION:
I| Eddie ,
visitor to Orlando yesterday.Mr. j I AL Christie, featuring Lyons
j''
Victoria Ford and Lee Moran.
J. P. Caruthers, one of Clear- Our dry goods and millinery stores

H. C. Moore, of New York city, water's representative citizens, arrived are bowers of beauty and fashion.
is looking around the town with quitea in the city last night on a visitto HAMILTON ORCHARD HEATERS Fall goods and styles are seen on every -

probability of settling amongst us. his sons, Messrs. J. M. and Dave WILL BE DEMONSTRATEDIn hand and are the center of attrac- have a large assortment '
Caruthers. Mrs. Dave Caruthers, who tion. Our home merchants are certainly a l.

Mr. J. E. Cox, of Jacksonville, is has been visiting relatives at that Orlando Tuesday at 11 a. m., on making fine displays and have of beautifuldesigns ,.., \ H''" oJ
among the recent arrivals in Orlando, place, accompanied him to Orlando. the vacant lot on the corner of Pine bought heavy and well selected stocksto -., "- ( ''J.
with the intention of making his home street near the A. C. L. depot, and please the trade and keep our people in solid gold /
here. at Winter Park Wednesday at 11 at home. Home dealers never ask "'. ....
Mrs. L. A. Spencer and daughter,
Miss Evelyn, arrived in Orlando yes- a. m., and every fruit grower is urgedto you city prices. They have also the Ii from seventy -five
Mr. W. G. Mathis, the well known terday afternoon on the Tampa Special be present and see these famous same advantages in buying that city
citrus fruit buyer and shipper, left from Detroit, Mich., where they heaters burn. Millions of heaters are merchants have, and why shouldn'tit cents up. I
yesterday for a trip down the West have spent the summer. Miss Evelynwill now in use in California alone and a from every viewpoint pay you to
million should be in the Florida buy every dollar's worth of goods at
Coast. 1 resume her studies in the Cathedral We would be pleased -
I school while Mrs. Spencer will groves. You should familiarize yourself home?
After a delightful vacation Z. W. go to Miami. with the manifold advantages to
Evans is back in his studio ready to be secured by using Golden State W. M. SLEMONS at any time to
make you those artistic photographs. heaters.Mr. .
10-6-3t State Convict Inspector R. R. Tom- J. L. Hamilton, the inventor of We have just opened and will be show you these rings.
lin, of Plant City, was registered at glad to show you our new fall styles
this
and Mr. W. A.
great system
Mr. J. E. Mattox, one of Eustis' the San Juan yesterday, being here of men's hats bought from John B.
Dade, local agent for same, will be Stetson Co. Price $3.00, $3.501.00
sterling citizens, was in Orlando fora official business. Mr. Tomlin is -.
upon LI
present and explain any features of and $5.00. 10410tiHiiimmiiMii
few hours yesterday route to
en
an man and is well
ex-nawspaper
the heaters or hating operations. oI
Kissimmee.Mr. I known throughout the state. He wasa
I I Come out and take a look. 6-3t o
member of the last legislature from Allen.&Co n
L. A. Spencer: Florida Indian! Hillsboro county and made an enviable -
commissioner, who has been in ''I record. Mr. R. D. Waring and family, of

do for a day or so on Orlan'I''I' Kissimmee, arrived in Orlando yes- McCULLOCU'SDepartment n Jewelers U

yesterday for Miami. Mr. Bert Walker arrived Sunday terday morning to make this city
their home, occupying the Walter
afternoon from Coal Center, Pa.,
W. R. Palmer and lit Drennen place on North Orange ave j
Mr. and Mrs. U "EVERYTHING
where he and his mother and sisters Store GUARANEEED" flih
tle daughter, who have been spending spent the summer. Mr. Walker will ',I nue. A few weeks ago Mr. Waring
the summer in New York, returnedto purchased a valuable property on
resume his studies at Rollins College ;
Orlando yesterday afternoon. North Orange on which he will builda
today. Mrs. Walker and her two attractive .dI
daughters, Misses Lorena and fine home, occupying the Drennen =:==z : '[QE:: -
The genial W. E. Simmons, better place until its completion. Mr. War- Jelly Tumblers | -- -- -- -- '- .... -
'Mary, will not come down until a lit- *<
M I M Ml 111 I
known by many friends as "Pat, was ing is an energetic business man to
I tle later in the season. They have a
at the whom Orlando will extend a hearty
business transactor county
a capital from Maitland yesterday.Mr. pretty street near winter Lake home Lucerne.on South Main welcome, and who will prove a valua- Fruit Jars yur. Jt9"sGf1
ble boster for this city. He has leaseda 'l3lkj iX .

Fritz Hauer, a talented violin- suite of offices in the Watkins block
ist, arrived in Orlando Sunday after- Among the Sunday arrivals in Or- where he will establish the Orlando all kindsPreserving "

noon from Lebanon, Penn., and is now lando for the winter were Mr. and headquarters of his big novelty worksin Polish Your Silver ;
Mrs. W. H. Lewis and daughter, Miss Kissimmee. 'I
a member of the Grand orchestra.Mr. I
Eleanor, of Beaver, Pa., and niece,

Roy H. Petree, a former Or- Miss Reba Hilborn, of New Castle, I :Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wood opened Kettles II Wrights Silver Cream Electro-Sili- !
Pa. They are stopping at the San
lando printer, but now in charge of their pleasant home at Verona on i con
the printing department of the United I Juan for the present and may remain Sunday for a family reunion, at which I. j
there throughout the winter. Next their and her husband
daughter Mr.
Grocery company, Jacksonville, spent
yesterday in Orlando greeting friends. I winter Mr. Lewis expects to have a and Mrs. Eldon H. Gore, of Orlando, South Orange Avenue \ Pick Your Teeth
home in Orlando. He spent last win- Florida, were the guests of honor. A I : i i'I

Messrs. Willis Hyer, Hansell Fish,ter here and is so favorably impressedwith bountiful dinner was served at 2 .lllliaillMIIIMIMIIIIM.' a
this city that he has decided to With the Gold Medal ToothpicksPotted 1
o'clock which laid
and Stewart Hyer, members of at covers were for 11
pany''' C, F. S. T., left Com-I build. I the company numbering twenty. The
Black Point, where they will I social pastimes were planned in keep- VENEER CORESALL 1c

pate jn the state shoot for the Talia-. Mr. John Hunt arrived yesterdayfrom ing with the day, being confined to LENGTHS AND ANY
Plants Cut Flowers Funeral 1
ferro cup. Mineola and is receiving the the enjoyment of music and visiting. QUANTITY 3
glad hand upon his return to Orlando.Mr. After an absence of about ten years Special prices for October.
A card received yesterday ordered Hunt has accepted a position with from their former home in the city Stock FIRE-PLACE up before CHUNKS cold weather.AND Designs, Wedding Decorations. 1

the Sentinel sent to the home of Mr. Chase & Company and will prove a :Mr. and Mrs. Gore have received a Also
and Mrs. Jesse Allen on East Church valuable assistant to Mr. A. R. hearty welcome from their old time OAK WOOD

street. They expect to arrive today :Bogue, who has charge of this territory friends. They leave tomorrow to visit Orlando Wood YardB. THE SANITARY GROCERY I
from their.summer vacation spent in I I for the above named company. in Jackson, Grand Rapids and Benton
the North.Dr. "John," as his many friends call him, Harbor, after which they will returnto W. Kingsley, Proprietor CARUTHERS & GORE .1
I is the son of the late Mr. Eugene their Southern home during Octo- PINE STREET AND R. R. Phone 200

W. C. Person and daughter.::Hunt, who in his day was considered ber.-Daily Moon, Battle; Creek, Mich. 9-30 Telephone 344
Miss Agnes, returned last night from{,I the most popular commission man in 6 & 8 E. Pine Street .

Waynesville, N. C. Many friends will ,I Florida. FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKINGAt ..111111111111..1111111111111111111111..111111111...
be pleased to learn that Miss Agnes,I --- I Ii 208 East Robinson avenue. Misses
Berke, with :Miss Hovermale. .
quite ill, is i L. C. Kunz, who travels.for bank formerly ; MM MJ >
being
who was reported as I a I 10-3-lm " ililiilliiiilllllinMIMMMMMtiMilQIMIMIIiilllilllMMMMIMIi
very much improved. fixture supply house in Columbus i

Ga., was here yesterday registered at I MlllllillMMMMMT.
Judge A. F. Odlin, of Arcadia, was the DeSoto. Victim of highwaymen,i .

in Orlando for a short time Sunday.He who held up an auto bus some time F. HOURIHAN ;

said his only mission was to get a ago while en route from Orlando to .
good meal at the San Juan hotel. He 1 Winter Garden, Mr. Kunz carries Licensed Plumber and -
had been in the northern part of the('four bullets. One of them deprived Sanitary Engineer i

state and was on his way home.J. I him of the use of his right hand, and Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
he was forced to learn to write with Promptly Attended to. .

W. Pruitt, of Daytona, owner of his left one. Until a few days ago PHONE 629 :
the Peck, Hendricks Co., of that city, he was confined to a hospital on account -
lob Court Street : '
was in town Monday. He is consider- of the wounds he suffered. The 1915 Hudson 40" Here
ing the idea of erecting a business highwayman who held up the auto ORLANDO, FLORIDA :$
block here and putting in a complete'line I was convicted and sentenced to five 4allmIMtlllllllillliiiiiiiM .
of dry goods.-Fellsmere Tri- I years in the penitentiary.-Tampa
bune. j Tribune. .
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,= ( HANS ESCAPED FROM FOR RENT-Furnished for light and
PEOPLE'S WANTS $Number La1hs
LIEGE housekeeping suite of large airy Shin.gles
rooms, with all modern conveniences.
Close in. 312 N. Main. 6-30-6t
f (International News Service.) alUl\MMAA.htw

Belgium, Oct. 3. A FOR.RENT-Beautiful dwelling with
Antwerp, -
partyof
Notes vi LM.. WiiitcO. fret Sat, Faa garage; elegantly furnished on
;
Belgian officers who were among -. ...... lur'' this column. itfor 004 day.MM Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. 4.i.t f.ORLANDO .
those who escaped from Liege, have foe three day. or *l.uo lot (.... rerd. to 8-27-tf
25 word w... Mraej BUM actwalsenr
' '
just reached here. One of them told -
UM xivuthiiamta for this o 1IIIDo *. BO TREES FOR SALE
this story of their thrilling t experi- ,o.ruoas win tw mad on molt.
ences: The Terra Ceia Nurseries have for
sale the Walters (Florida Standard
)
'We occupied ground between the FORLECheap.. A Planet, variety of grapefruit, from one to
forts Chaudfontaine and Embourg.We Jr., Garden Seeder and Wheat Hoe three years old, budded on three to
were 600 men belonging to the Attachment, nearly new, also 100 four years old rough lemon roots;
Egg Incubator, used one year and and the Heart's Tardiff orange, one
of the
first battalion thirtyfourthline.
saved 94 per cent.: hatch.-623 W. old buds OB three old
The order given in the nightof Church street. 10-6-6t rough year lemon roots. All in years first class Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
Thursday and Friday to evacuatethe condition.
positions between the forts never FOR SALE-Good dwelling with TERRA CEIA NURSERIES,

reached us. We therefore remained modern established conveniences grocery ,business close in, ; $600 also 9 J.Terra C. Rowell Ceia,,Florida.I Manager. I 1111111:::I::III:::::III::: II :: : II: 1U: ::: : :: ::MiiiiimiiiiimMiMImportant ::::::::::

isolated among the German troops, worth of stock, good tiade easy Correspondence solicited. I
who were bombarding the forts. terms. Address L., care Sentinel. II

They knew where we were, but they FOR RENT OR SALE-14-Room ROY H. BARNARDHas J3-USJ: ESS
dared not to attack us because the "house fully furnished, splendid loca-

two forts on our sides were very tion, price $5000, terms. Apply opened an automobile repair shopat
near to each other. Our position be- Alfred Hadley, 308 Magnolia Ave. 17 Hughey street. If you want
1062wFOR good service and reasonable rates call
came daily worse. Whole columns of and see him. Also Overland, Hudson
Germans defiled on every side. However ,SALE-Or a five-passenger trade automobile for real estate in- and Chalmers livery service. friendships result from, the right introduction, and
satisfied and Phone 646. 6-26-6t
they were now
nice shape. Address No. 112 West
then to send out scouts to ,find out Church street, city. 10-4-lm the most important ones come through the right banking con-

that were still there. Many ,of LIST YOUR PROPERTYwith
nections. Association is the keynote of all business We
success.
them were killed or made prisonersand FOR SALF-One or both of a team
of black .weight 1100and while I have the time
mares me now I
we managed also to take much 1200. Good drivers, single or double.C. to look it over and familiarize myself invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-
booty. E. Enlow, Winter Park, Fla. with the talking points. I made the '
"During eight days and nights we 9-18-tf largest number of sales last winter est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
did not sleep. Sometimes one of our and expect to do even better this win-

men fell down with gun in hand in a For,. Sale-Silver Cluster GrapeFruit ter. My prospects are beginnig to ar- ,
rive and it might cause to losea
you
trench asleep. Sometimes we re- and Valencia late orange buds. sale by putting it off. Call todayat BANK & TRUST CO.
Vigorous stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2
mained more than 30 hours in a old.9.232m my new offices in the Watkins t
and Occa- years building and list your property. t
trench watching listening. H. C. McDANIEL. ROSE
WALTER W. ,
sionally kind peasants brought us Real Estate. Phone 555.
something to eat and a glass of beer. FOR SALE BY OWNER :tttlllllllllllllllillllllllllflllllllll:1111:111:11111/1/1: :::1:1//1:1:

Happily we had some cattle left to About 2,000 acres of good farmingand
fruit land in one solid tract, within -
feed our men and we baked bread,
five miles of Orlando. An ideal 5-TOURIST TRAINS5FROM IIHIIl JJJJJJJ III111*Ml 9 M > 11 11111 M 11111111
for which we used beer instead of place' to colonize. For particulars 1111" 1111 ''ltII:: :: : : : :: :: :

yeast. Notwithstanding, the spirit of address "A," care Sentinel. 9-27-6t NORTH AND WEST
our men remained excellent. They
continually asked to be fighting, and FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine "DIXIE FLYER" I
hammock land eight in the "DIXIE LIMITED"
; grove;
we, the officers, had to keep them present crop of oranges will be from "SEMINOLE LIMITED" CLOTHINGOur

from venturing too far. 750 to 1,000 boxes;:500 trees all told, "MONTGOMERY ROUTE"
"In the meantime the Germans had ready for setting-10 acres in lake, "SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED"

placed their heavy siege guns in posi- one and quarter miles from Apopka. Pullman Cars from Chicago, St.
tion and bombarded the forts Chaud- Price, $5,000. Address W. H., Box Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville, and 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf points to Jacksonville,Fla. new stock of
fontaine and Embourg, and our post-
tion became untenable. An attemptto DINING CARS
FOR SALE-Fine fence
cypress posts. Via
escape was, perhaps, going from Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas- ATLANTIC COAST LINE

Charybdis to Scylla, for we had to tle. 9-18-tf Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. I Fall and Winter |

pass through the German lines, closeto ; FOR SALE-Pure bred silk poodle G. KIRKLAND, D.P.A. Clothing
the forts occupied by our friends, I puppies. Apply 20 W. Pine street, Hillsboro Hotel Tampa, Fla.
who might have mistaken us for ene- opposite Grand theater. 10-3-6t A. W. FRITOT, D.P.A.
mies. 138 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

"We left, however, on Thursdaylast Rooms for light FOR housekeeping RENT ; mod- Made by SCHLOSS BROS., is coming in

week, early in the morning, and em, up to date; furnished or unfur-
.no sooner had we started than the nished; on Lucerne Circle; with gar-
Germans threw themselves upon us. Watkins.den, fruit and flowers. See 9-24-tf J. F. G.CO and we are anxious for you to see our


One were company left with was taken about prisoners.We 400 men., FOR RENT-Six rooms for light Insect Killer Will New Styles and high class tailoring. Best

but joined by a battalion of another housekeeping. Furnished or unfurn- ,

regiment equally strong. We marchedto ished. Apply 409, DeLaney Street. Rid
the valley of the Ourthe, continually 9-22-tf. place in the city to buy clothing.

harassed by the Germans. We Your house of all insects.

reached the Ourthe at Filff, but found MISCELLANEOUS
a the bridge destroyed. We succeeded, Quarts 35c. Gallon $1.00

4 however, 'in reaching the other side WANTED-Chambermaid. I wanta For sale by W. M. SLEMONSilMIMMIMMttllitlllljIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIMMiaM
of the river, and not knowing what good, neat, clean, experienced
chambermaid. One who is
willing to
positions the occupied, we wentin
enemy work and knows how and what to Carruthers & Gore
the direction of Boncelles. Therewe do in her line of work. Only colored
fell in with the Germans, who help wanted. Must give good refer- .

were making preparations to bom- ences. Write stating what experienceyou _. llllllimilllMIMiiiiieilMMIIIMiur.'i''i'i'iiii1 . 111'111. . .
have had, where you worked last
bard that fort. We drove them away NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
and how long you were there and

; and continued bridge of Val our St.march Lambert.to the railway what C. Temple wages, you Alabama expect.-Address Grove, Winter. Quick potato delivery.slips at Cash.$1.75 Apopka per 1,000.Plant ::: : : : : : : : :: \ \ \ IMMIIM\\\\\\\\\\\\ II11 Mil''\\\\\\\ \\\\\ \\\\ t

Park 10-6-1w Co.. Apopka, Fla. 524tfI
"As we had to remain under pro- I

tection of the forts, we informed the Who is your painter and decorator? fi.J"They
YOUNG LADY would like reasonable 3l6Jiyur"no
forts of Flamelle who we were. We If you are satisfied keep.the one you
board in Would
country. prefer if W. Ectrican.N
have not, phone T. .
then passed along and took similar other young people in the family. 636.; 1-20-tf
steps in the neigborhood of the forts Write Box 792, Orlando, Fla. 1.3t

of Hollogne and Loncin.
"In the afternoon the Germans be- AN EXPERIENCED YOUNG :MAN Were to
wants position as chauffeur. Ad-
bombard Fort Loncin. Our
gan to dress G. M. Arie, city. 10-2-2t The Cathedral School
4 position was extremely critical, but

we decided to make a desperate attempt WANTED TO HIRE
to escape, and at night we cart Man and wife to work orange grove. ORLANDO FLORIDA
Box 396 Orlando. 9-27-6t (Formerly known u Pell.dark School)
ried out our scheme. We had to retrace be Married SoonCame

our steps and pass along the GOOD TABLE BOARD with roomsat REOPENS OCTOBERA

forts'of Hollogne and Flemalle. Ultimately -i 305 South Liberty street. 27-6t Bonding and Day School for Girl-}
after an encounter with Regular and Special Cranes-Prim ryV.
WANTED -400 400 Intermediate mud Academic GradeMnsic .-*-
;? German cavalry,whom we drove off, grapefruit stock sour, 2 or orange 3 years, old; Domestic--Art-ScleDt'Allmirable Elocution( -Physical Situation Culture to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of

we reached Hoei, where we arrivedon must be thrifty, gOOd. State pricein and Sarroanding.-Climate Healthf ol- wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable
Saturday afternoon. We had reply. Address "Grower," care of Careful Home Life--Capable .Teacher four or five rooms. They their
s marched sixteen hours without onemoment's SentineL __ 9-19-6td&w Low Bate yet the amount ot money which they had available for the furnishing of

rest, except for .a hasty Her. Roderick P. Cobb Bishop Mann. home made expensive peices prohibitive.
Rector. President.
FURNISHED ROOMS An excellent
stock.
time with us looking through our large
considerable
meal.
1 location. Apply 418 South LakeSt. They spent
"At Hoei we learned that the Bel- 9-23-pm We offered a lew suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were

gian troops left there the same morning Matthews much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they
and that Germans had already BOARD AND ROOMS-House newly Dudley
appeared in the district. We were furnished and remodeled. Northern thought they should want. .
cooking. $5 and $6 per week. After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doing
therefore compelled to leave at once, ARCHITECTURAL AND GENERAL
Excellent location. Magnolia House, they came back and placed their or-
with their appropriation
and could not touch the meal they had corner South and Boone streets. Mrs. DRAFTING. the best possible

prapared for us. Luckily the stationmaster : Marie Lewis, manager. 9-4-1m der with us.This.
Blue Printing and Map Work. Patient of homemakers whcm we are
hundreds
informed us that he had a is a typical example of
office drawings show cards, and
FOR SALE-A No.1 saddle
mare,
train ready to us to Namur. commercial
carry general art. Perspectives -
or buggy horse. Address, care pleasing. .
An hour later Uhlans occupied the In color or flat washes. serviceable I attractive homefurnishingsgrading
Wrighfs, Box 567. 9-2-tf We an extensive stock of ,
station at Hoei. We departed just in ROOM izYowellDuckworth carry the best. Your
SIDEBOARDSFor from the lowest priced which are good, to very appro-
time. Building home be anythmgircm $175 toiccoor more
for furnishing may
sale at once. Large sized. Good priation your

SHE MADE THEM STAREA condition. Telephone 370. 9-29-tf PHONE gqz'9lod iiwttWJ -you can make the most ot it with us.

SMART PARCEL DELIVERY BOY

girl walked down our streets the wanted at once. Dickson-Ives Co., .

3x other day and every man in sight dry goods dept. 9-29-tf Wood WoodExcellent

turned to look at her. No, she did TWO COWS for sale, one of them ] Kincaid & Snowden
not resemble a living model of "Sep- has a young calf with her. Both
tember Morn." She was very decently Jerseys. W. A. Branner, Maitland, I Core Pine Wood Supplied -
Fla.
dressed, her skirt was ample 9-29-4t J

enough at the bottom for her to walk WANTED TO EXCHANGE. a large I I in any quantity Furniture of Character at Popular Prices
t without balancing herself like a parrot Shetland pony for a larger horse.
Reel's Steam Laundry, 814 N. Orange
on a perch; her waist was mod- SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE
Florida
avenue, or phone 654. 9-29-tf and Pine Sts. Orlando
Main ,
erately made and did not expose any Cor._
STRANDS OR MORE
more neck and shoulders than was We insure your lire and loan you !! iiUltttiti.iittMi ttfflfft' : : : : ::
and couldn't tell the money on real estate at 6 per cent . .nl..n.I. !t....!.! ; t
becoming, you .. I.. -- - --
interest. Guarantor Life & Loan Co., T i"" 11.111 n 1111.
complexion of her anxles because her Curry Binding, Tampa, Fla. ELDREDGE BARLOWTelephone FOR SALE
hose were of sufficient thickness to 3-25-d&wtf Don't wait for every one In town te Furnished room hunters are com- I
hide them. In fact she was so rare before ing to Orlando every day looking for
If yon have subscribed for the Sen- 375 'have Entrkan. the painter
a specimen of modestly attired femIninity tinel and are not receiving tile Am toe busy to look you comfortable places to stay; that'swhy Nursery stock, one, two, three anti I

that the men. just couldn't help per, you will do a favor by notifying your pa- South Street, near A. C. L. you up. Phone 636, and I will be on the you should insert an _ad. in our four year old buds; Foster Early, f i

staring.-Lexington News. us at once. Tracks job. ltf want ad. column it pays. Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington !!.

--- NaveL Address Mrs. Mi Kahle$
Get the news first in the Sentinel. Don't overlok the want ads. I1atrs I 9-l-lm Get the news in the Sentinel first, Read the. Sentinel want ads. Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 315HV"BE -}{ J



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ERE SPRAY NOW FOR WRITE FLY and SCALE !

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-. -c'd'epresentatives of SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY
-. ...arxe;. ,: ;:: truck manufactur-
'. lit' been demonstrating BE PREPARED FOR COLD WEATHER"
,. ', '" .!- I -re for several weeks, Kills.every White Fly Larvae, Scale, Rust Mite
.. "'f' .c.1'. .,? ,,day by E. G. Grace, and Red Spider that i i-* hit. Removes sooty mold
:;. .'" 5f .*e. ;Bethlehem Steel como and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September -
o ,.. t '> emendations for the and October are two of the best months for

:.p-. .i trucks wanted by spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents insects -
ia for use have
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L'rat. .::3 ?"u-4s not be awarded to- insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom.J. .
before cold weather will be here. AreJyou;

M't Steel' it SCHNARR & CO. Orlando
rp" --'i. : company Florida.
,,'., .,.:.he purchasing agent ready for it or will you wait until arrives before |
T ;. % France for motor Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure the White Fly
.-* M'"Applies.n e Fungi. 9-9 D. and W 2-M have thatGas
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ft* lines of Othello and S Heater i
'ir' he superior court to-
: "* ;enzo Cervolo guilty E la P Packina L ill .

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:r '. Cervolo's uncle, cir- PUT IN ? !
g stories about Cer-
summer Therefore

..- .. < ..1"i t:*frjm.i been The extremely testimony dra- Packers and Shippers of Citrus Better "prepare for war in time of peace"J I

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,- .: '.t.""fthello-Iago the state attorney episodes Fruits and Vegetables. and have it put in now as we will be rushed when

'. .,'a were on trial today I will operate alone under above name and shall appreciate

h' .* and guilty of murder the business of all who have and any who have j that cold wave comes. ._ .!
ee. not patronized me in the last three years. For informa-

tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossing ,
'",- ..TfcABAND OF WAR of Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure "

", BOUNCED.- building, which I am equipping with Mauld's latest ma- ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. j

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: The French govern- chinery and can consequently give you same service

,aced a supplementary which has always spoken for itself.
GAS DEPARTMENT
." -. '- 'declared conditionally My efforts will be to sell all possible before resorting
-, >' 1 of war under article
to distribution.
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nates of iron, copper, W. A. DADE, Gen. Manager.

ferro-chromo, glyce- I' WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
pneumatic and other 9-18-2m
..,, and the materials AND DO ALL KINDS OF
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.!', STERS DECLARED
; QUIT OFFICES VIA"Clyde

.ia Paris, Oct. 3.The _basI YOI'eA, No Clhueor IndueU7 thedt.baa W Line"
the organ of the na- whom sfriead r n1ected; : tnof
Dora sent acopyot the -
netal ckvm.u::::Se
lays that besides Form BuckeySNurSaleecata- DR. L H. RAMSDEU.
loa.nlened to It ill bY .N- lectioaof location fore
Giuliano, the min- IeUer of acknowledae- a'': grove to the marketlna OPTOMETRIST
Signor Rubini, meet se"The dtrw nt.\e of the crop,everything U fully First Class Meals and Berth IncludedThis
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book. This we I treated. There are no tbeorleaMt (Successor to Dr. O. P. Liidiu) ,
esign although Pre- ought to make the catalog and forth-all the advice the .
.
we ara todtralove"W i[+- book ftlve It based on cavedgarded ORLANDO. FLORIDA
0 is making efforts to gifa:: ence in fruit rowin .
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ial crisis. special rate good on any of the Company'ssteamers
A Fruit Culture
Guide to Citrus 22nd October
August to 17th
o t. 1 FOR SALE BY H.
Do You Want a Good inclusive.
cDANIEL: The Buckeye Nurseries CatalogBuckeye

Home in the Country ? *
ttage on Cathcart St. Return Limit 10 Days
Nurseries grow superior trees-this has been i
i of Eola Park just
their successful accomplishment for more thirty years.t
for comfort and con-
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lot, stone garage, Our interest in the trees does not end with the sale to Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville ][every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 m.
ted and will be sold the grove owner, however. rWe want them to thrive Our list containes some very At- p.
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terms. and bear profitable crops-and purchasers of Buckeyetrees
tractive propositions both in city and
s on Lake Gatlin, assistance to this end.
ted to oranges ands are given every possible country property. And we will be |IIFor{ reservations and further particulars apply to

5 years old, fullyon
trees. If you de- The Book Typifies Buckeye ServiceBuckeye pleased to submit them to you. H. G. WENZEL, Fla. Pass. Agent

sty, will be divided To those who have property to sell I
Service to planters of Buckeye trees has become almostas
sites with
i building 122 \V. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
well known the quality of the trees themselves. Our
as com-
a front overlookings. or to rent, we invite you to call at
Price for 20 acres plete and helpful catalog has been for years a most important ,
factor of this service. The new edition is by far the most our office and list your property withus. i
0 for half. Nothingda. attractive and comprehensive catalog we have published. Send
Owner has ref The same courteous treatment PRINTINGWe
GOOD
today for free copy if you grow citrus fruits. OSTEOPATHYDR.
to sell, but on ac-
that has marked all of our business
3 he is unable to comee Buckeye Nurseries are in a better position than F
as he intended. dealings will be extended to you. ever to give you the very best in
racts overlooking Or-;' 1O36 Cit1zena Bank Building printing, as we have a large plant J. C .HOWELL
3 view, good neigh-; Tampa, Fla. equipped with all modern machinery, Hours, 10-12, W. and by appointment
Cooper Atha and the very latest in type faces. II
and and splendid for. you are now numbered with our cos No extra charge for nouae treatment t
s. Price $1,000 each. tomers we need no introduction; if
f' cleared, north side 114 South Oruze Ave. Ground Floor you are not, then we would appre- Telephone connection
v overlooks Orlando, BuckeyeTrees Bear Phone No..311 ciate the opportunity to prove to you Office eor. Orange and Central Area.
that we are producers of Quality
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T ACCORDING TO WIRELESS

FROM BERLIN, VIA SAY-

VILLE STATION

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Claim} of Russian Victory at :

Augustowo Denied by Ger- .

mans-Portuguese to
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Aid Allies
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Sayville, L. I., Oct. 5.-An official t '
nation's war strength is best based upon its report from the German army head. }

actual fighting force, plus the available reserve quarters says that in the siege of DO YOU UNDERSTAND
with which Antwerp the forts of laerrre Wael- .
fighting material it may replete its depleted -
hem and Koningshoyckt and the intermediate -
ranks.A redoubts with thirty guns ; How you can personally be benefit- i

man's business is not measured have been taken.
strength too by the advantages accruing to
I "Thus a breach has been made in
the actual dollars he have at hand. .
f by may too
the outer circle of forts, the report commmunity hy
Backed by a strong, accommodating bank such adds, "rendering an attack on the inner ti
: -
as the State Bank, he is prepared to take advan- circle of forts and the town itself i '

tage of business opportunities that seldom seek possible. TIle etlera1 Reserve Act ?
'"Near Augustowo the third Siberian -
the man without a bank account. Y .
and parts of the twenty-second :
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Cal
.I a.. telephone or write and we will
Russian composing the
army corps '
The State Bank of OrlandoStrawberry left wing of the Russian army, on :. .- mail our boo det---just out--wbicb .
t crossing the Niemen river, were defeated .
y explains this act and
after a furious battle lasting fully clearly. ::

two days. More than 2,000 unwounded s -
Russians were made prisoners anda r' T Tt
t
large quantity of guns and machine

guns were captured.
i ,. t Portugal Taking Allies Side : .-:-" \ ....' 1
Other press matter given out in official

t quarters says: ; <>; :)t '

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The force of native troops from

: Culture Becoming British India which recently landedat . ---
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Marseilles, has left that port for :' -

Important Industry in OrlandoThe the northward. .: : '.:j ." : u : .: .. :. ,:. : ; '.
"British shins have arrived at Lisbon c ;' :
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cultivation of the luscious planted. Another extensive planter is transport Portuguese troops. Portu- -.. ,,
strawberry is becoming quite an extensive -I I Mr. Columbus Sweet, and doubtless gal's co-operation in the war is imminent ,. .: -. .. .
there are others with from half the mobilization of the Portu-
many
industry in Orlando and the .
planted this fall in this city to an acre or more in strawberries in guese forces, it is believed, having ( -) : .... :. -."::".-.. ......: .. : :,.:"I;:;". } ::..:(; !::> ::.
acreage the city. been ordered on the demand of the ,

and vicinity will amount to a hand- Strawberry growing on an extensive British government. -
some total. Yesterday afternoon a scale has been the making of "England is sowing mines in sev-
Sentinel representative noticed Mr. more than one Florida town. At eral parts of the North sea and a GERMAN INVASION RUSSIA
H. C. McDaniel with an auto load of Lakeland and Plant City it is one of warning to this effect has J S" givento
plants just received from Illinois. Mr. the most profitable and largest industries neutral shipping.
McDaniel is planting two acres northof while in the northrn part of "The government of The Netherlands AN UTTER FAILUREi I GRAND
Lake Eola, requiring about thirty the state, particularly around Starke has strengthened the Dutch

thousand plants. The shipment re- and Lawtey, strawberries is the main force along the frontier districts to FIGHTING HAS BEEN SEVERE
ceived yesterday contained ten thou- crop. Florida strawberries get into disarm Belgian troops when the latter AT AUGUSTOWO !
sand plants. the market ahead of the immense cross the frontier from Antwerp. AND SUWALKI TODAY
However, while two acres of straw- crop produced in the Carolina's and
berries is not to be sniffed at, b>r. reap the cream of the high markets, DEATH OF CHAS. L. :MYERS Russian Official CommunicationTells
T Aubrey Smith, of West Central avenue and if given more attention in this of Desperate Strugglesin
is the strawberry king of Orlando section would doubtless prove a prof- News of the death of Charles L. Which Bayonet Charges

and has a very large acreage itable crop. Myers., general manager of the :Peninsular Were Frequent "Perils of Pauline "
and Occidental Steamship com ,

pany, which occurred in Knoxville, Petrograd, Russia, Oct. 5.-The following -
Paving Operations Shift From Tenn., Saturday morning was learned offic-Cl communication was The* most remarkable serial ever film-

Ii. with sorrow by many friends here. made public by the general staff last ed. The last one made you gasp and
N. Orange to Concord The body was interred at Jackson-
Avenue night:
ville yesterday morning the funeral "According to reports from the com- thrill. See what this one does.

taking place from the St. John's Epis- manders the Russian troops at the
Just one more tale of woe about traffic could be turned on the entire copal church at 10 o'clock.. battle of Augustowo gave proof of

F the paving on North Orange avenue, new pavement on both Orange ave- Mr. Myers was a brother of Mrs. I extraordinary courage. Several regi-

and everybody hopes it wilt be the nue and Ivanhoe boulevard. The re- known citizens of Florida, and, priorto ments fought without rest during the e
last, and that most important thor- moval of the paving squad to Concord his connection with the steamship] whole week extricating themselves "The Express Messenger,
avenue yesterday was made necessaryby company, was superintendent of the with dignity from the most difficult
oughfare will be open for traffic soon. the closing down of the Lockhart Southern Express company. Mr. My- positions. A Kalem special feature complete in

1 Paving operations were shifted yes- mills to dean out the boilers. The ers had been general manager of the "The engagements were extremely
terday morning from North Orange : brick tester is installed there and all steamship company which plies be- obstinate in the vicinity of Suwalki, two parts.
to West Concord avenue, which will brick testing will be delayed for sev- tween Florida ports and Havana, where the enemy concentrated impor-

be paved to the railroad crossing by eral days. Cuba, for twenty-four years. He was tant forces, and, having fortified their
Wednesday night if the weather The of of the time of his
per- quality brick required on 60 years age at position, opposed the Russians with
mits. side streets like Concord avenue is death. the fiercest resistance. Two special features
Only about one block of paving remains already on the ground and has stood Mr. Myers was ab rother of Mrs. "Our troops made several bayonet accompanied -
to be laid on North Orange andit the test, therefore making it possiblefor W. T. Jamison, of this city, and an charges to dislodge the enemy from by that
k was hoped to have this completed the paving crew to keep busy not- uncle of Mrs. George F. McCulloch his trenches. Prisoners taken say
by the middle of the week, so that withstanding the tie-up of the tester. Mr. and Mrs. Jamison attended the that the German losses at Suwalskiwere

funeral in Jacksonville yesterday.A so large that out of hundreds ORCHESTRAand
f All baggage leaving Havana for Plant City saloons must get an- only twenty men remained. The
Key West will be examined by the other petition bearing the names of a letter and postcard received at whole line of the German retreat is
f: customs officials upon arrival at the majoriy of the voters in their precinct this office from Ralph Yearby, who blocked with the bodies of their dead. most expensive.
s latter point instead of on the pier at says Judge Robles in a decision recently with his wife, are with Mr. and Mrs. "It is thus that the German inva- {
r Havana, as has formerly been the handed down, upholding the James Laughlin III. on their palatial sion from east Prussia into Russia The best musical organization I
custom, as it was decided that this drys in their contention that owingto yacht, the "Framlin," report a pleas- ,failed utterly. The enemy is now definitely -
would facilitate matters for all concerned redistricting a ant and most delightful trip down the that has
new petition was leaving the borders of the ever appeared in ;
essential. St. Johns river. They expected to ii'provinces of Suwalki and Lomza. any

sail yesterday from Jacksonville, "On the left bank of the Vistula play house in the city. Watchit
-
stopping at Charleston S. c., route
en and in Galicia the situation remains
III to Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. I I I unchanged." grow.
Shaw are also on board making the

AF trip. I I BUYERS AND SELLERS

GRAPEFRUIT AND ORANGE .. I buy, sell, rent, and exchange real
TREES __ estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla.,
i over 30 years. Have handled over
w Largest nursery in the county. Fin- 20000000. Call and see me. 5c lOc
est trees in the state. All the lead- 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.T.
ing varieties. Clear of all diseases.
BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS Prices right. Catalogue and history F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
free. Address. South Apopka NurMPY Conscientious work at fair prices.
LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS Ocoee, Flo 10-6-tf Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf
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Effective from August 1, 1914 to August FRIDAY-"The Sea Wolf," in 7 great reels, featur-
1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc- Half Mile New Sidewalk Will
tion during that time: ing Mr- Hobarth Bosworth, admittedly the greatest .

screen actor in the world.T. .
Touring Car $555.00 Follow Paving on N. Orange

r Runabout 505.00 ... ---
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wiH be able vbUht the matlnac efficiency mile of new walk. Conscientious work at fair prices.
; we U avenue to have a full width brick of the war is no excuse for a
In factory production. and the aIDl... coat in ..r Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf
**r
?I p..rd..iA and sake department U .. r-aeh ..t..-t .f paved street in a short time but there The walk will not only be a great man fastening his trousers to his collar I
seO.108 cart between the above date convenience to the many people livingin button. \ :.
will also be another COUPLE WITHOUT CHILDREN desire
big improvementin -
A.J A.ml4 we reach tola production we mere U pay aa that rapidly growing section of the three i::
..... unfurnished rooms in
ahar free $41 t. 151 pr eAr (.m ar t the of sidewalks. a
the fcrnyer-a At
A.pa'I.U15) t. every retail buyer who parchaaea new way presentthe city, but it will add greatly to the at- good location for light housekeeping.State LAUNDRY f
Ford car between A.pat 1. 1111 and A..... 1. IMS. cement sidewalks only extend tractiveness of the avenue. Orlando rate and location in reply. Ad- .
For farther particular:: retarding theM low price and prefit- north to Colonial Drive. already has many miles of very fine dress "Permanent," care Sentinel. It Your general laundry work, French !
L ahariar plan, tee Yesterday Street Commissioner S. sidewalks, and these walks contrib- dry cleaning, and pressing will be ap '
F. G. RUSH A. Johnson stated that as soon as the ute no little to the beauty of Orlando. FURNISHED ROOMS for light house- predated. Satisfaction and service
keeping; electric lights, bath, guaranteed. Open September
gas 28th.
brick paving the build- of this nature
was completed Improvements come
for Phone ,
cooking. Telephone 549. 115 654. Reel's Steam Laundry,
Phone 226 ing of sidewalks to Lake Ivanhoe high but they enhance the value of East Amelia avenue, near Wyoming for whites only.] 9-25-tf .,
would begin. This is a distance of property and'make the city a better hotel. 10-6-lwk -....
i. about one-fourth of a mile and the and more attractive place in which to Wood, $L50 a strand up. Hand's
4 laying of a walk on both sides of the reside. Don't forget the Sentinel want ads. Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-Jl-tf ,- i!

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