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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 11, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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t 'THE MORNING SENTINEL .





X mlE TWO ORLANDO FLORIDA, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1914. NUMBER 208.




GERMANS LOSE 37,000 MEN IN ALSACE






KING. ALBERT IN DANGER OF CAPTURE. 1




DISPATCH FROM BASEL, SWITZERLAND, SAYS FRENCH ARTILLERY SUPERIOR TO GERMANY WOULD LIKE BELGIAN KING, AT HEAD OF ARMY HE LED OUT OF

HAVE RESUMED OFFENSIVE IN ALSACE WITH ANTWERP, HOTLY PURSUED BY BIG GERMAN

DISASTROUS RESULTS TO GERMANS STRONGEST FORTS TO INVADE ENGLANDA FORCE; MAY BE DRIVEN INTO HOLLAND



Three Violent Engagements Yesterday DEMONSTRATED THEY CAN PARIS CORRESPONDENT Fire StillJRages in Antwerp Completing

Reported From BordeauxFive NOT STAND AGAINSTBIG DREAMS ABOUT ANTWERP Ruin of the CityLoss
GUNS AS BASE


Hundred Germans Killed When Trenches. Aisne Were British Military Critic Says Northern France Will Also Be of Life During German Bombardment Was Appalling and

Dynamited-Combat in East Prussia Continues-Germans Germany Cannot Hold the Invaded and Desolation Will Scores of Beautiful Buildings Were Either Destroyedor

Retreating From Lyck and Blowing Up Bridges City When Besieged by Follow German Armyas Ruined Beyond Repair-Berlin Report
the Allies in Belgium
Behind Them-Germans Carry Battle Claims All the Forts Are in German

Seaward in France London, Oct. 10.-The Times' military London, Oct. 10.-The Express cor- Possession

correspondent in commenting on respondent in Paris telegraphs:

Paris, Oct. 10.-(Special.)-Violent engagements are being the situation at Antwerp says: :"The immediate objective of the .London, Oct. 10.-(Special.)-King Albert, at the head of the

fought at three separate points on the battle front in France to- "Permanent forts in an exposed German army is now no longer Paris vanquished field army of Belgians which he led out of Antwerpto

day, according to an official bulletin issued at Bordeaux at mid- situation stand no chance against but the channel ports. To sum up save it from being bottled up when it was seen that the temporary

night, and despite the furious attempts of the Germans to relieve modern artillery. If the German the German plan-the first blow on capital's fall was inevitable, is reported to be in a critical
forces hold Antwerp later and we attack -
the constantly increasing pressure the allies' line held fast. it the result will be the same. Paris having failed-the second blow situation. He is being pursued by a large detachment of the Ger-

The two rival bodies of cavalry, both of great strength, have "The capture of Antwerp by the must be aimed at England. man besieging army which is attempting to cut him off along

been in almost constant contact southwest of Lille while in the Germans will have an effect whichcan "The new lineup of the opposing the Dutch border and force him to either face battle in the field

Arras region on three sides, north, south and east, fierce fighting not be denied upon public opinion. forces means that northern France is against overwhelming odds or seek refuge in Holland. there to
To the the Germans made series of But the city, even if converted into a be interned '
continues. east a vigorous destined to suffer a desolation similar during the period of the war.
German first class fortress, will bring
attacks on the French position along the heights of the Meuse the Germans little advantage, for the to that already visited on Bel- Queen Elizabeth of Belgium arrived in England today, landing .

with Ito definite results reported. Scheldt can not be used for naval pur gium. All of France's rich cities in at Folkeston from Dunkirk. Her movements were guarded with
The fact of the is the the north have been marked for cer- the strictest
great overshadowing day's developments poses. Germany doubtless hopes to secrecy.
I and ruin.
tain destruction
attempt of the Germans to carry the fighting seaward. With I. retain Antwerp when peace comes, "The French general staff is still Fire still rages unchecked in many parts of Antwerp. The loss

Antwerp in their hands and Ostend predicted as the scene of an but there is no chance" that this dream confident of success, but it is recognized of life was appalling and scores of beautiful buildings and monu-

J imminent encounter, the Kaiser's forces are now reaching out will be realized. that there can be no decisive ments that have stood for centuries have been razed or scarred
* Under date of Friday the corre
' toward Dunkirk channel, the port at which the British expedi- spondent of the Central News at Sas victory while the'masses engaged are beyond repair.

tionary force debarked. Fighting today was reported as far Van Ghent a Dutch frontier town, so enormous. It is possible to hope Some of the inner ring of defenses and outer fortifications are

northwest of Lille as Caszel, which is eighteen miles from the says: for the defeat for the enemy's plan still manned by Belgians, but their resistance can not last much S
only if there can be a constant streamof
channel. "Fire raged in the southern quay longer the
reinforcements.' as strongest of the forts were the first to fall and the

Dispatches from Basel, Switzerland, today reported that the ter the of suburb the city of Berchem.all night as The well orphanage as in weaker redoubts will surely be forced before many hours. .

French had resumed the offensive in Alsace with disaster to The Germans in :
great are complete control of the
in the Rue Louise is afire but the reaching Esschen, the bridge having city. The actual
the Germans. The Germans are reported have lost thirty-seven inmates have been saved. bene destroyed. It is estimated that surrender took place at 2:30 Friday afternoon. The bombardment ,

thousand men trying to storm the positions of the French in "At 2 o'clock this morning a train two-thirds of the population of Antwerp reached its height between 7 and 8 o'clock Friday morning. Nine i

Schlust, Bonhomme and other. passes of the Vosges mountains. filled with refugees, which was aboutto are now in Dutch territory. white flags, indicating capitulation, were raised where the
t .leave for Esschen, was struck by "The Antwerp cathedral is seriously flag had been war
, flaunted from the tower of the cathedral and the '!
a projectile. No more, fugitives are damaged.
GERMAN TRENCHES DYNAMITED AND FIVE HUNDRED I big siege
guns ceased their destructive fire almost immediatPla_ _______ j jn
KILLED I "'

London, Oct. 10.-Special.-A( ) dispatch to the Exchange Tele- One Run in Ninth Inning Gave ANTWERP AND ALL FORTS IN POSSESSION OF GERMANS ,

graph says the German trenches north of Soissons, on the Aisne London, Oct. 10.-(Special.)-A Reuter dispatch from Berlin 1

river, have been dynamited and 500 Germans killed. Behind the Boston Second Game in Series says the German general staff has issued the following official 1

German trenches at this point the ground has been honeycombedby statement: "The entire fortress of Antwerp, including all forts, :
tunnels in two tiers. These tunnels are utilized by the Ger- -- is in our possession."
Philadelphia, Oct. 10.-(Special.)- seven safeties well scattered. Phila- 1,
mans, in maintaining communication between the trenches and .
James held the American league delphia fans have all but given up -
,also afford soldiers not engaged on the firing line a place to sleep. hope tonight. With both Bender and CONSTITUTIONALISTS AT SANTA I SHE IS FRESHMAN SIXTY IN j
;Jit is believed that many Germans were killed by the explosion champions at his mercy this after- Plank defeated and the next two ROSALIA SHOT COMMANDER COLLEGE OF JOURNALISM

,_ Awhile they slept. No details of the disaster are contained, in the noon in the second game of the games on the Braves' home field theysee On Board !
world's series and Boston in the U. S. S. West Virginia,
,
won little chance of stemming the .
dispatch onrush ilazatlan Mex., Oct. 8. via Columbus, O, Oct. 10.-Miss Lucy 1
( wirelessto
ninth inning, making the only run of of Stallings' wonderful baseball
I I San Diego, Cal., Oct. 10.)-Constitutionalist Stone, sixty years old, is a memberof
.
the when Deal doubled, stole machine.It
game
'
I GERMANS RETIRING FROM LYCK BLOW UP BRIDGES Mann's mutineers at Santa Rosa- the freshmen class in the depart-
third and home is that
romped on confidently predicted
I lia have shot Major ment of journalism in the state uni-
Agueayo, the mil- !
Petrograd, Oct. 10.-Special.-The( ) general staff issued a single.' Mack will start Monday's game with itary commander there, i versity. She takes asignments as
r 'communication It was a pitcher's battle throughout Bender, giving the Indian another looted the a
tonight saying: "The combat 'the
on east Prus- customs house, seized the :Mexican reporter on the Daily Lantern which 1
Boston hitting Plank for but chance to down the Braves.
.. sian frontier continues with the same obstinacy. The Germans steamer Korrigan III., and put to sea. the students run, with as much zest 1

,are retiring from Lyck and blowing up the bridges behind them. i as the youngest of the class. "I have 1

"In several passes between Ivangord and Vandomir artillery W. C. T. U. Has Novel I P an to SCHOONER CREW SUNK IS IN COLLISION; ture always studies been,"much said Miss interested Stone in in na- I

battles are occurring with the enemy which is approaching along SAVED explanation 1
I "and wish to write
these
(
the Vistula.." Boost Orlando at ConventionI Boston, Mass., Oct. 10.-The schooner 1 I I subjects for the daily press and on mag- -

I Alma E. A. Holes, of Philadelphia I azines."
QUEEN OF BELGIUM REFUGEE I bound from Norfolk to Salem with
BELGIANS BLEW UP FORTS When the Board of Trade holds its tangerines, and kumquats. In these coal I-II
FROM HER COUNTRY TO was run down and sunk off Mar-
ENGLAND next regular meeting, the ladies of boxes will be placed a booklet ad- blehead in a fog today by the passen- MORE INVESTIGATIONS
vertising Orlando, and the boxes thus
the Orlando Woman's Christian Tem- ger steamer Belfast, bound in from
TOPMJMUREAND prepared will be handed out to the
London, Oct. 10.-The queen of the perance Union will present a novel Bangor, Me. The crew were rescued. SCHEDULED
delegates to the Atlanta convention
+I is
Belgians reported to have -
passed
plan for advertising this city, and request from northern and western states. t
LATER USE OF THEM through Folkstone from Dunkirk last KING CHARLES OF ROUMANIAIS
the aid and co-operation of that Each box will display the name of the
BY THE GERMANS DEFENDING night The proceeding to London. body in carrying it out. grower of the fruit it contains. DEAD I. C. COMMISSION TO LOOK -
greatest secrecy surroundedthe -
ANTWERPTwo The national W. C. T. U. conven- The ladies anticipate no trouble in INTO CRUDE PETROLEUM -
movements of her majesty. Petrograd, Russia, via London Oct.
tion convenes in Atlanta on Novem- securing the donations of fruit from 10. BUSINESSTo
-King Charles of
German Bombs Hit Military ber 12th, and thousands of delegates the growers, and will ask the Boardof dead. He died Roumania is
AMERICAN CONSUL early
GENERAL today at Buch-
Hospital; Three Hun- LEFT from allover the United States will Trade to aid in having the small arest. Determine If There Is Com-
ANTWERP
be there, each local sending one del- boxes prepared and shipped to At- bination
dred Wounded Soldiers The ruler of Roumania had been I and If Big Guns
egate. Mrs. D. M. Topliff will go lanta. Other Florida towns and cities
Moved to Ships Washington Oct. 10.-Henry W. from this city the ill for a considerable period and his Are Holding Little Fel-
as representativeof will follow this method of advertis- death
Diederich American consul was not unexpected.DID lows
generalat the local Down
organization.The ing and doubtless it would attract a
:Amsterdam, Holland, via London, Antwerp, cabled the state depart- "
idea
advertising is that fruit great deal of attention to Orlando.
Oct.- 10.-The correspondent of the ment from Ghent today confirming growers will be solicited to prepare Apopka is one enterprising town that CAPTAIN COLEMAN TALK Washington, Oct. 10.-An investi-

Telegraaf at Rosendaal, Holland, reports of his flight from the be- small boxes of fruit containing from will send several hundred of the small TOO MUCH? 3IUST EXPLAIN gation into the production transpor-

learns from a Belgian medical officer sieged capital last Thursday. I ten to fifteen oranges, grapefruit, boxes of fruit to Atlanta. tation and marketing of crude petro-
that the Belgians blew up Fort De Washington, Oct. 10.-Secretary of .
I War leum has been instituted by the Inter-
Garrison
rMeuxem, to the north of Antwerp.The GERMAN DIRECTING SYRIAN today called upon
Rotterdam Courant hears froma TROOPS; TO RECRUIT Brick Paving to Northern City Leverett Coleman U. S. A., capt.1 state Commerce Commission.The .

reliable source that the Belgians I BEDOUINS I'( turned from Europe yesterday, I action was taken,in compliancewith
themselves an explanation as to the correctnessof a senate resolution
destroyed the oil tanks in requesting
Antwerp, while another report indi- London, Oct. 10.-An Athens dis- Limits Open to Traffic Tuesday published criticisms of the German the commission "to make a thorough

cated that Fort Waelhem was also : patch to the Daily News states that army attributed to him which offi- investigation of the conditions pre-

destroyed by the Belgians. the German Colonel von Geek has ar- cials deem in violation of President vailing and that have prevailed in the _.
'The Rosendaal (Holland) correspondent '! rived at Damascus and has taken over I If no heavy rains fall between the the center of the city to the northern I Wilson's prohibition of partisan dis- states of New York, PemiSY1 """

of the Nuews Van Den Dag i direction of the general staff of the time this is written and Tuesday !i limits. cussion of the European war. West Virginia, Oklahoma Ie.

has sent the following dispatch to his' Syrian troops. He is also recruiting morning, the new brick paving on, Brick is being hauled to Kuhl ave or elsewhere" respecting Yproduction -
paper: Bedouins. North Orange avenue and Ivanhoe' nue, and when the work on Orange GERMANY EXPECTS DECLARATION and trade and "whether the
"The avenue is completed Monday morningthe OF WAR BY PORTUGAL charge is
hospital Stuivenberg in Ant- boulevard will be opened to traffic. true that substantially the
.
werp was hit by two bombs while the FEDERAL LEAGUE RESULTS paving crews will go there and same interstate rate has operated the
,attack was in This was the positive announcementmade begin laying brick on that thorough London Oct. 10.-In dispatch pipe lines, made
progress. Three hundred Baltimore 3-1, Brooklyn 6-0. ;t the market, bought
wounded soldiers. the yesterday.A fare. After all the.;jtfherxWorK\ from Amsterdam the correspondentof the crude oil, refined it
} hospital, Pjttsburg 8, ,Buffalo 4. small amount of brick remains and fixed the
to completed the brick layingj the
;'yrere,removed to-ships" crew will Exchange Telegraph company price of the refined products."
; According: ',Co'the-Rosendaal. rre-' New stationery, latest booksrschoole be laid to connect up,with the old return to North Orange fcnd :Rive! the says that the Bureau Weinzehr, a The commission also is directed to
paving, but a few hours work Mon
middle of the street left unpaved, in semi-official J.
z pcent. .of the HandeLsbladt th news agency, asserts ascertain whether
pipe line
and office_ supplies, combined writingand any com 1.
-"T' day mofning will make the connection. the old that
O' for the declaration
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,; Beotered, Antwerp purpose war.on Germany panies have -
throughitm fountain: inkV :Curtis' recently stopped taking
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pen. complete and there wfll be an- uninterrupted -i
laying seWers, but this is by Portugal l is
| : likely to be expected all
> Berthem.J in Berlin or of the crude
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'MADONNA FROM RUCTION. "When we really did get the orderto and then the battle was in full swing.
SAVED DLS
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:. get at them 'we made no mistake, "In the middle of the battle a driver TRUE. CHEAP
I tell got wounded and asked to see the colors T
can you. They cringed at the
before he died, and he was told
but those left
,
bayonet on our wing
:;, Hi6A '$i"w"',wlY r '4'F+'xckwc A.++co wY- I
officer that the
tried to get around us, and after rac- by an guns were his WITH PAINT MEANSThe
colors. He replied: 'Tell the driversto
a 6wntrakuo.4 ;fix. rQS ing as hard as we could for quite
three hundred yards we cut nearly keep their eyes on their guns be-
up paint which covers, the largest
who did not cause if we lose our guns we lose our
-1 every man run away.
Referring to the cavalry he writes: colors.: 1 surface-Gives the longest service
"You have heard of the charge of "Just then the infantry had to re-
J tire and the had to leave -Lasts and looks well.
M: Ra a'ftz.xotatruxa.y+ -te' ; iCt the Light Brigade. It was nothing to gunners
x z t R our chaps. I saw two of our fellows their guns, but the drivers were so
4s who were unhorsed stand back to proud of their guns that they went THAT'SHarrisons9
back and slash away with their and got them out and we retired to
Lwb.>OS:4 W--W swords, bringing down nine or ten of St. Quentin. We had a roll call and '
the panic stricken devils. Then they only ten were left out of my bat- ,
hold of the tery. This was the battle in which
got stirrup straps of a Town &
I horse without a rider and got out of poor Winchester (an old Cornwall z; : Country"The
1 the melee. This kind of thing was boy) lost his life in trying to get the

.as am 'I going on all day. guns away." The result of over a Hundred
1
"In the afternoon I thought we ft
Years
If you want your bicycle fixed in Experience. U
l l should all get bowled over, as they
F came for us again in their big a hurry take it to Warman's Repair
num-
--- y I Get our free book "Cause & Effect"It
Photo lgbt. 1914. by American Press Association bers. Where they came from, good- Shop. 12-5-tf. 4
tells you many things you ought to know. fJ
This little statue standing in a niche of a small convent in Termonde ness knows; but as we could not stop
was unharmed though the building was destroyed Iud n portion of the roof them with bullets they had another Who is your painter and decorator?
If you are.satisfied keep the one SOLD BY
fell within a few Inches of the Image taste of the bayonet. :My captain, a have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican you ,
fine fellow, was near to me and as he I N*. 636. 1-20-tf
TROOPERS' LETTERS FROM THE a, nag too venerable to be of serviceto fetched them down he shouted: 'Give JOS. Bumby Hardware Co.
FRONT the state; this.is what one has them socks my lads!' How many Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's ,
seen dady. Picture to yourselves our ,were killed and wounded, I don't Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf For the last Twenty-five Years.
International News Service.) night marches with burning villages know, but the field was covered with
London, Oct. 9.-Letters from the on all sides set fire to by German them." '
front, arriving now in London, sent I I shells--and the Germans have been Driver W. Moore, of the Royal DPAAHuusr
back by the troops in the trenches to rather careless whether their shells Field Artillery, who is now in the
relatives at home, give some inter- struck fortified and defended posi- London hospital, gives his experienceof
esting sidelights on the war. tions or open ones. In some cases the fighting at Mons. The letteris
A, young officer who has seen the the fires were caused intentionally by addressed to the superintendent of
whole course of the campaign from marauding patrols. the training ship Cornwall, of which Commencing
the landing of the British troops "Do not imagine that things are Driver :Moore, who is not yet 20 years
.i
writes: not going well with us. We are all of age, is an 'old boy.' He was
"I wish you would try to make the satisfied and confident of the end; but wounded in the leg by a piece of _

people in England understand that at the same time the only possibleend shrapneL He said: MOllulay n 1 NightOctober << BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
they should be most exceedingly can be gained by sacrifice on the "It was Sunday night when we saw LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS .
thankful that they are living on an part of those at home only. All is the enemy. We ware ready for action -
island and not in the midst of the well with me personally; I have a but Were lying down to have a Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
dreadful things which are happeningon busy time, but it is most interestingwork. rest when orders came to stand at 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction -
the Continent. Do enforce upon ." our posts. It was about 4 a. m. on 12th during that time: .
the public that England must fight A Coldstream Guardsman, writingof Monday when we started to fire; we
this thing out, and must conquer even the fighting near the forest of were at it all day till 6 p. m., whenwe Touring Car $555.00Runabout

if it had to spend the blood of its Compiegne compares the sight of the started to advance. For One Week 505.00F.
young men like water. It will be far Germans issuing from the trees to a "Then the bugle sounded the charge
O. B. Orlando. All car fully: eqaippecLFartber.
Letter that every family throughout :cup final crowd at the Crystal Pal- :and the cavalry and infantry charged
England should have to sorrow for I like madmen at the enemy; then the I we will be Me te ebtaia'tbe mmitaum cf Helen
ace."You and the minimum cost In oar
one of its members than that Eng- I couldn't miss them. Our bullets enemy fell back about forty miles, so I I1ARROWS in purchaunr oar factory and Well production department if we r-ach an .Out .f
land should have to go through simi- I ploughed into them but still they I we held at bay till Wednesday, when .. 3 0eoO can between the above date

l1ir Ordeals to those which continental I I came for us. I was well entrenchedand 'the enemy was reinforced. AMERICAN GIRL L I And the buyer-a ihonld share we reach from ibis 140 production.t. *" per we car atree(on U or pay aboat a.

... countries are suffering. my rifle got so hot I could hardly "Then they came on to :Mons, and August 1.1915) to nelT retail buyer who p.rcha. a new
, : and August 1. 1915.
"The sight of old women and men hold it. I was wondering if I should by that time we had every man, woman Opening Bill Ford car between parUculara A.pet regardingthe 1 1914 low prices and profit-

fleeing from village to village; young have enough bullets when a pal and child out of the town. We For sharing farther plan, ...
! mothers with babies in arms with shouted, 'Up, Guards, and at 'em. were situated on a hill in a cornfieldand "THE PHARMACY GIRLS"I
F. G. RUSH,
thier few personal effects on their The next second he was rolled over we could see all over the country.It .
backs, or in some fortunate cases with a nasty knock on the shoulder.He was about 3 p. m., and we startedto 1 Phone 226
with their goods and chattels sur- jumped up and hissed, 'Let me let them have a welcome by blow- Prices, 25-35-50. Seats on
rouning the aged grandmother stowed get at them. His language was a bit ing up two of their batteries in about sale at Butts' Candy Kitchen I,

... away in an old farm cart, drawn by stronger than that. five minutes; then the infantry let go on Monday at 9 o'clock. I

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Situated five miles southeast of Orlando; 14 large Pecan trees about 20 years old in full bear-

projected Brick road within one mile of ing. which are listed with us, but
25 acres of truck land cleared and ready to be

property. The 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,

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trees in full bearing.
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i : j Wecome before the Public. through the Press of Orlando, prior to opening our office Monday, October 19th. ] '''. :


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are Buyers of City and Country Property i




We are Owners of City and Country PropertyWe ., H 1

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are a General Exchange for all transactions in i I




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) We invite those having property For Sale or For Rent to call at our office and place same on our books. ,


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Orlando Building and Land Co.



Fred B. Dale North Orange Ave. Opposite San Juan Hotel Davis & Giles, Counsel

C. H. Bryant F. A. Peppercorn Contractor I

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ROLLINS COLLEGE men on the subject of "Character I I At the last meeting of ;h-e board of those inquiring about Florida. Other
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Building." Dr. Douglas spoke in an trade of Orlando the chairman of the important actions of the board of
The meeting of the Y. M. C. A. of committee of the board that had been trade related to the subscribing of
impressive and inspiring manner
this week was devoted partly to business appointed for the purpose reportedthat the $1,500 publicity fund, the establishment -
the fact that a man's work in college
the committee had appeared before of a tourists' rest or meet- GRAND
principally in way of preparation is the first step in building an inde-
the county commissioners and ing room and other important mat-
for the conference of the Y. M. pendent character, and counselled the I I
had succeeded in inducing that bodyto ters. The range of its activities i
C. A. delegates from the various edu- young men to build well the foundation !
subscribe for three thousand cop- shows that Orlando has a live boardof !
that the structure reared in later'
cational institutions of the state ies of the local weekly newspapersfor trade that knows what to do and t
which will be held here from October years.might stand. He called atten- six months for the purpose of does it.-Tampa Times. TOMORROW"A
tion to the fact that no tests men'
22 to October 25. Mr. Greene, the age sending said papers abroad as a method -
.. general secretary, presided at the in every way as does the present,II of advertising the county among Get the news in the Sentinel first.
business meting, and the first matter when a thorough training in body, Passover "
mind and spirit, the three sides of I -- Miracle
was the election of certain officers to !>' > !> MMMMIMMi ,
fill vacancies left by death or failureto the Y. M. C. A. triangle, was impera-I
return to school. James I. Noxonwas tive for continued success. His words I I I. THE CHASE & CO f A Kalem Special Feature complete in two parts.

elected to the vice-presidency, were received with marked attention' ,j, .
A. J. Hanna was chosen corresponding and it was evident that all who heard
secretary, Ralph Jacobson and J. him received an enlarged vision of PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDO i I I "A Midnight Call "

the scope of their college work, anda ,
made chairmen of
W. Shannon were,
Is modern with the best
fully equipped up-to- I
renewed determination that it was
work the committees respectively.A on. social and religious worthy of their best efforts. date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the I One clever Selig Society Drama."Bunny's .

committee was then elected for The official try-out for the Glee PROPER PACKING I t

the completing of arrangements for I Club was held in Prof. Pope's studioin FIRST AID TO "
entertaining the visitors at the time Sparrell Cottage on Wednesday I Scheme;
of the convention. President C. G. evening. A'considerable number of HIGHEST PRICES, ,
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Tilden was made chairman of this the new men were on hand to try for which, however, would not accomplish the end desired A Vitagraph Comedy featuring the ever funny John
committee, and the following positions on this popular college or- I' Bunny.
young by the grower, if he did not also have available the ser-
men were associated with him: W. R. ganization, and material came to light vices
Greene, of Oak Lawn, Rhode Island; which renders it certain that the club r Hear "THAT ORCHESTRA." Watch it grow.

James 1. Noxon, of Avoca, N. Y.; of this year will be in many respectsthe ofTHE CHASE & CO I
J. W. Shannon, of Norwood, Mass.; D. 'best Rollins has ever had. A

Henry Fordham, of Greenport, N. Y.; considerable nucleus of last year's SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM TUESDAYGEORGE
Ralph Jacobson, of Palatka; RichardG. club is back, including Prof. Pope,

Darrow, of Okeechobee; Paul L. Prof. Blackman, Hutchinson, Thoren, which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, expe- KLEINE PRESENTSVENDETTAI'

Thoren,of Barrington, Ill.; A.J. Hanna Greene, and Fordham. J. I. Noxon, rienced, competent and reliable. ,

of Tampa; Ben Shaw, of Daytona of Avoca, N. Y.. has a baritone whichis GIVES THE GROWER "
; W. E. Stone, of Winter Park; declared by the musical staff to be
Gerald Froemke, of Lake Alfred; and fully equal to any Rollins has had, HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS
Professor Berkeley Blackman. This I and his help will fill admirably the From the Novel by :MARIE COREILLI

committee will make all the arrangements position occupied in the past by such CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
for the conference, and it is I fine singers as W. Clay Inman and GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS Five Parts (5071 feet)

expected that an enjoyable as well as Harry L. Edwards. Ben Shaw, of
valuable program wilr be arranged. Daytona, a second tenor, and J. W. c xjm N"M"T 7\ 5E & CO. Quite the most beautiful, realistic and absorbing
The Rollins Y. M. C. A. will name Shannon, of Norwood, Mass., a basso, a novel the.famous English Novelist has yet written. :

thirty delegates ,to the conference; also will probably be selected to fill Main Office, Jacksonville, FloridaA. .1
the membership of the reception committee in some of the vacancies in these sections R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. No Advance in Prices

will constitute part of this and a number of other good 9-30-d&w
Starting this week, The Grand will show a BIG
available, from
delegation, and the following young i voices are among
1111111111111111111111111111111111.1.111111111111111. Feature each week at Popular Prices, thus enabling
selected those to round
men have been named for the remain which will be
j j everyone to enjoy all the comforts and entertainment of
ing positions: Robert Hutchinson, ofNew out the club to its full number. Work
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Bedford, Mass.; Aaron Taylor,I will be begun at once on the programs .
of Oak HiM; Leon D. Lewis, of St.t and those who have in the features will be of the best, however, we will not guarantee -
.South Nurseries. them to reach the standard of the
Petersburg; Chas. H. Sherman, of (past enjoyed the excellent work of i Apopka jj jjAll Paramount Pic-
tures the latter without
as doubt
are the best
Castile, N. Y.; Maurice A. Wheldon,i(the boys may rest assured that the produc-
of Orange City; Wm. J. Hunter and program and rendition will be fullyup the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange tions obtainable. But they will be equal to any and all
Trees, thrifty, well-rooted and clear of all diseases. features shown at popular prices.
R. Harry Trovillion, of Winter Park; to the standard set in past years.A
C. A. Prange, of Jacksonville; A. R. welcome visitor to the campus New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family

Klemm and W. R. Martin, of Winter recently was Blish D. Lee, of DeLand, FREEAddress Five Cents---Tuesday {

Haven; J. S._ Foley, of Winter Park; for several years a leading studentof
E. A. McQuarters, of Orlando; Wm. the institution, star outfielder on .South Apopka Nurseries. I "VENDETTA
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Mizell, of Punta Gorda; and William the baseball team, member of the Phi ,

W..* Giddings, of Madison, Wis. Alpha Fraternity, and otherwise act OCOEE, FLORIDA, \
After the business meeting Dr. ive in the life of the schooL' 9-4-tf JHIIMIilMIMOMMMMiillMMMMMMII Tuesday---Ten Cents

'Douglas, pastor of the Baptist churchof I
Winter Park, addressed_ the young Bead the Sentinel,want ads.: MMIM4
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THE DAILY CARPENTER ON PRESBYTERIAN SEPTEMBER PAVING PAID FOR I BIG CROWDS ATTEND SEVENTH
.. CHURCH HAD NARROW j' YESTERDAY DAY ADVENTISTS SERVICES j 4>*MIIM llllilllfiiMMillilliMtMliMIBi
South Florida Sentinel ESCAPE I'! y MMMMMirMMIMIIMMMMMniMtM

4_ MORNING AND WEEKLY Yesterday morning the city coun- Yesterday and last night the camp

JOSIAH FERRIS. EdiUr and Owner Bert Conroy, one of the workmen cil paid out $6,747.46 of the brick meeting of the Seventh Day Advent- .
employed on the Presbyterian church paving funds for work completed and ists drew large audiences. Yester-
5 Entered, as Second at th.das poetoffice Mail Matter.SUBSCRIPTION at Orlando. Florida building, fell a distance of fully thirty brick received during the month of day morning the building set aside as
feet to the ground yesterday after- ; September. Contractor Hamilton the chapel was crowded to hear Rev.J. .
Johnson drew H. Evans, of Washington, D. C., .
RATES $943.89 for
DaiJ7. 1 Year ........................ '5.00 noon stepping on an unsupported curbing, who is president of the North Amer-
Daily. 6 Months ...................... %..50 board which gave way under him. I Copeland-Inglis Brick company $4-
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.5 He struck the in and 307.22 for brick, and Alabama ican Conference of Seventh Day Ad-
ground a heap
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .60 Paving ventists. He '
was rushed to a physician by his fel-I i company $1,496.35 for paving preached a very helpful
Weekly 1 Year ...................... JL00 I com- and instructive sermon on "True and
Weekly. 6 Months .................... .75 low workmen. Investigation showed pleted. "
that no bones were broken and that, False Conversion. The building was i

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN aside from many painful bruises and I'I Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Happersett of not nearly large'enough to accommo- .
date the number of who .
have
people
wrenched back he had suffered
a no Orlando, have come to Palatka to live.
ADVERTISERS: serious injury. Mr. Happersett is a well known and been attending the services.
Last night a lecture was given on
c.py lor display and an other handsetadvertiaing popular commercial traveler and he certain electrical illus-
Mast be handed in at the badnessjSe THE ADVERTISERS OF REAL ES- comes to Palatka because of the ease experiments f
*f the SenUnel nt later than Z p. .. trating the power of God. Exampleswere
tk. day before publication.: This rule applies TATE ARE THE SELLERSOF with which he can get in and out and
to chances for contract advertising: it is his given by having persons indi-
invariable REAL ESTATE I cover territory. Mrs. Happersettis
and will be strictly adhered to.
rectly connected to the electric
cur-
a charming young matron and will .. .
Subscribers desiring The Seen tine! discontinued undoubtedly find rent and having them light lamps, .... < /
Your real estate "sell itsel ,a warm welcome 't
should notify the office in writing on may and other inexplicable illustrationswere
tb. date of expiration otherwise it will be sometime. If "sometime" is a satis- with our people. They will make
continued at the regular subscription rates given. At 9:30 yesterday morning -
until notice to stop is received.SUNDAY. factory date, you have no need to adf f their Palatka home at the Saratoga hotel., the Sabbath school was held. The
vertise. News.
senior division met in the large audi-
QCTOBER 11, 1914. But the property owners who wantto torium and a great number of young
sell now or at the earliest possible With commendable enterprise Mr. men and women attended the morning
George evidently is not Stalling in date, utilize the greatest of sales-ac- Whitney Wright is giving the score devotion. Today there will be preach-
that world's series. cellerators-classified advertising! by innings of the world's series baseball ing at 11:00, 2:30, and 7:30 by minis-
F o Among the sellers of real estate in games, and hundreds of fans ters from different parts of the coun- WE BEG 'RESPECTFULLY
The Belgian capital finds it cheaperto this city within the next week, or gather in the vicinity of his cigar try.
move than be rent. month, or year, classified advertiserswill store on Orange avenue. His place is
be predominant! proving the most
popular in the
o I city ARE YOU
I POSTPONING TOO to announce that our
s The alcohol in potatoes is probably from one to three o'clock each after- MANY THINGS, ?
what makes their eyes red. NEW HEALTH ORDINANCE BE- noon. Throughout the baseball sea-
FORE CITY COUNCILAt son the Sentinel has been
---o----- publishingthe I
Waiting for a better time than
Many an ordinary fool gets off with baseball scores daily, and the re- "just now" to advertise that prop- ,

being rated a pessimist.An an adjourned session of the city. sults of all big football games are erty! Waiting-trusting to luck- GRAND FAll OPENINGof
o council held at ten o'clock yesterday i given in this paper. for employment? "Pocketing your
after dinner speech is called a morning City Physician P. P. Pillans losses" from having untenanted prop-
toast because it is usually very dry. submitted the new health ordinance Few women would care to have a erty? Intending, a little later, to ad-
o suggested for passage by the boardof newspaper which printed no store ad- vertise that auto for sale?
Good morning! Can you tell where health. The ordinance was read vertisements. It would not seem likea "Right now" is the winningest of
the Belgian capital is located today? the first time and definite action' will real newspaper. And it would hard- creeds in regard to classified adver-

o probably follow at the next meeting.The ly be a complete record of the day,by tising-and! the Sentinel is the me-
General Von Kluk is becoming a ordinance provides for a city day life of the people, in which the dium.
regular old setting hen-setting right physician to be elected by the coun- stores, and buying and selling, form Millineryand
in the way of the allies. cil every two years, his compensationto such vital parts. Subscribe for The Daily SentineL

a be $1,200 per annum. Some of the -
Sticking to the wrong side of a duties of the city physician will be to I .

proposition like a setting hen to a inspect the public schools as often ash I

' door knob is not firmness. necessary, and to report any infirmities ?-

0- of pupils or teachers; to inspect I A PROFIT MAKERI I Ready to Wear
We have not done a thing that will all restaurants, markets, hotels, fruit t
bar us from the competition for that stands and other places where food is

$40,000 Nobel peace prize. prepared or sold; to condemn any I

w o foodstuffs unfit for use; to inspect will lake
place on
The man who says he caught the dairies at least once a month whetherin ,
have two lots on Hillcrest Avenue, one a corner lot
big fish this summer will soon be tell- or outside the city limits, before
ing how many birds he killed at one granting a permit to sell milk in the and the other adjoining. Each lot 64x135. Bearing Or-

shot. city.liMMIIIMIIHIiMMMf. ange trees. Southern exposure. Sidewalk already
a Wednesday Next Oct. 14
In view of the results so far accomplished down. Hillcrest Avenue will be paved with brick. .

,by the societies, let us
hope\ 'a .fe w' war peace, societies; will be T.: F. HouRIHAN ,| These lots will be sold at a price which will guaranteea

formed. profit for a quick turn, .
o I J Licensed. Plumber and ,- \ J ; r.
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With two games attached, almost Sanitary Engineer
everybody; willing fo declare that r Estimate'- Furnished. Jobbing i ) An exhibition oi (he newest

they expected to see the Beaneaters t Promptly Attended to. S. Y. WAY ot the new
cop the big money. PHONE 629 '

The Arcadia News o wants- to know 106 Court Street Insurance and Real Estate Agent 1

what has become of all those guber- ORLANDO, FLORIDA : On Living Models

natorial booms recently launched- 4-al-lm: PHONE 172 I II
and right in the middle of the world's
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The German aerial fleet may dropa I IIII III II I Nf j jZ from 8.30 p.m. to 10 p.m

few bombs in English cities, but ,
there will be no serious effort to invade "Ji"l'( i
Kodak
the England British by fleet land o is or afloat.sea as longas ( Finishing j


If you had not registered and paid FILMS, 10 CENTS A ROLL A Cordial Invitation to all

your poll tax by sunset yesterday af-
ternoon, you might as well be a suffragette McFLJ OY'S PHARlVIACY: !
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as far as voting in the No-
... . . . . iMMMIMMIMIIIIItlllillHMMIMIIMMIIIitlltlMia . . : No Cards. .
vember election is concerned.

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The West Palm Beach Sun inti- .11.,11.,11.11.1.

mates that a big increase in the num- .
ber of marriage licenses
means some-

thing.school buildings Yes, you'll in o have a few to build years.more What Shall We Give ? j "


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The Punta Gorda Herald chargesthe

having International the German News fleet destroyed Service with by Really is a Perplexing QuestionHere

the British in the North sea a few ,'
weeks ago. That distinction belongs :; :
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whom to the honor Associated is due,Press.please.Honor to are Three of the Many Good Reasons we Can Make tA

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"SWAT THE FAKER" IS WATCH- Your Choice Easy ";..

WORD OF TAMPA :MERCHANTS -
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We make a list of all presents bought of us

Under the above heading the Tam-
pa Times had the following, which is for each bride; this lessens the probability of
of interest to business men here, who 4

.. are constantly bled by these fakers. duplicates; our large, up-to-date stock itself will !? .
Tampa business men have an organ-

,:; ization to protect themselves and Or- give you suggestions at whatever price you havein .
lando business men need one:

" "The Tampa Merchants' associa- mind and EVERY ONE in
; we are, every
, tion, meeting tonight, will consider a
f number of important matters, includ-
department REALLY interested in assisting
ing that of protecting the members you.
from fake advertisers and vendors of
goods of various kinds, who flood the
DICKSON
YES CO.DEPARTMENTAL
city at the approach of each tourist

season. .
"'The tourists are arriving early T. H. EVANSJEWELER
x this year,' said Secretary Hafford

Jones, 'and novelty vendors and men [ STORE
with fake advertising propositionsare

as usual, coming with them.
Many are already in the city, and it ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
is up to the business men, who con- Orlando Orange Avenue Floridaii
duct their business in the city twelve

months in the year, to take steps to illllHIIIMMMIIIIIIIMIitililHiM IMMIMMiiCIMIIIIMMIHMIMIHIIIMiiMmililMilillMI t
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Mr. R. C. Wright, of Washington, "H M 11111 11'1111111' MjjFAVORIE MISCELANEOUSFOR (
D. C., is among the late arrivals at rr [Z3C2S53O15S'Get .1CIE1 ;1 t

WADE the San Juan. THEATREOpen2p.n.and6:30p.m. SALE U it at Allen's" 3 I

) THE TUNER Second hand Chalmers car. Wright
FL Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Saunders ar- I Bros.: Cigar Store, Orange Ave.
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rived in Orlando last night from the
Admission 5 cents
North, where. they spent the sum-
FOR SALE-Good dwelling, with 111Rings
House dresses and kimonos at mer. ;
.1111111111111111111111111 modern conveniences, close in; also
Boardman's. 11-lt established grocery business, $600
Mr. J. B. Partin, one of Longwood'sbest MONDAY'S PROGRAMImp. worth of stock; good trade easy
New citizens, in Orlando terms. Address L, care SentineL
stock of Roman stripe girdles, was today
Bohemia"Two
"The Sea Coast of 10-10-4t
very stylish, at Boardman's. 11-lt and paid this office an appreciatedvisit. reel drama, with Wm. Shay and
Leah Baird. Discouraged with his -

Mr. L. T. Dade, of DeLand, is in unsuccess, the artist While leaves painting the city in ROOM tion; nicely FOR furnished RENT-Pleasant; private fam-loca- 11 11We

Orlando on a visit to his brother, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Johnson for the woods the country.a pretty girl rushes up to ily. 202 East Robinson Ave. 11-3t

W. A. Dade. leave today for a visit to Key ,West, him with the request to marry her, i
expecting to be absent for several promising'a good reward. The artist W.31. SLEMONS I i
Mrs. C. C. Farmer and sister, of days. agrees. Then follows a series of romantic We have just opened and will be <
I' incidents that lead to love. glad show f
to
you our new fall stylesof
Knoxville Tenn. of Mrs. .
are guests "A Narrow Squeak. A
Joker. men's hats bought from John B. ,
E. H. McNeill at her home on Lake I Mr. A.C. Carpenter, a well known comedy uproar. Produced by David Stetson Co. Price $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 have a large as- I
Eola. .former resident of Orlando but now Kirkland. and $5.00. 10-4-10t J

living in Boston, Mass., is spending -- -) > sortment of beautifuldesigns Q.It/I1' ...'
Mrs. C. W. Green, who has been today in Orlando., Judge Jas. W. Perkins is in the := ,.

the guest of Mrs. T. P. Warlow, returned PLACES OF WORSHIPFIRST market this season with a crop of at u- in solid gold IdaIII

to her home in Tampa yester- Mrs. H. G. Crowder and son, Mr. least 35,000 boxes, the estimate made "1>'
day afternoon. Eston, came up from Tampa yesterday -I by parties who rarely miss in their from
BAPTIST CHURCH seventyfivecents
to visit Mrs. Crowder's sister, estimate of a crop of fruit. This cropis

Messrs. M. C. Stewart and W. L. Mrs. J.'W. Gettier.Mr. (At the Lucerne) from about one hundred acreS

Moore, of Talladena, Ala., are spend- Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. Dn mostly light hammock, which produces up.

ing today in Orlando, guests at the and Mrs. D. E. Fishback and pastor.A a very choice orange. Over
most hearty invitation is extend- U We would be
San Juan hotel. children and Mrs. J. W. Wilmott went e4 to the public to attend both Sunday half of this crop will be grapefruitand pleased -
over to Daytona yesterday for an outing school and church services. tangerines. The judge, has already '
Mr. F. M. Preston, one of Pine i on the seashore. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.; Mr.Samuel placed an order for a $6,000 at any time to
Castle's well known and enterprising A. Newell, superintendent. 1915 Cadillac. His present one is an '
Public worship at 10:45 a. m. and
citizens, was among the visitors to Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Wood, Miss 7:30 p. m., with the pastor in charge. tiquated.-Volusia County Record. show you these rings.LI .
the county seat yesterday. Watts Mr. D. J. Blocker and Mr. R. Morning subject, "She Hath Done

Nahn, of DeLand, motored to Orlando What She Could."-Mark, 14:8. Don't neglect to take a look at the

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bishop, Miss yesterday and spent several hours service Subject"Religion for the Put popular to Test.evening" want ads. .

M. B. Bishop, Mr. Albert Bishop, and looking over the City Beautiful.Mr. Young People's meeting, 6:30 p. m.; 1

Mrs. Guy Hutchings, of Eustis, were Mr. Eugene Reid, president. MMMIMIIIiiliMtntltf [ n
service Wednesday Allen &CJewelers
in Orlando yesterday registered at the Herbert Gettier, one of the night.Mid-week on

San Juan. Coast Line's popular and valuablemen Special music at all services. At-
is in Orlando to spend Sunday tentive ushers. McCULLOCH'SDepartment n
The stone of the new church U
Mr. J. N. Watkins, a popular com- with his mother and sisters at their will be corner laid next Wednesday after-
mercial man' from Greenville, S. C., home on North Orange avenue. Mr. noon a t4 o'clock. The Masonic Order
arrived last evening on a visit to Mr. Gettier is general traffic agent of will assist. The public cordially in- U "EVERKIHING[
and Mrs. Geo. W. Barrat their hos- the second division, with headquarters vited. : Store : GUARANEEED"I D

pitable home.on'Lake Dot. in Albany,_ Ga.

METIiODIST-ORGAN MUSIC lb. .dJ

Mr. James McKinnon, traveling Mr. and ,Mrs. W. H. Reynolds, par- Morning service- [ = -

freight agent of the Baltimore & ents of Mrs. J. W. Pruitt, came over Morning ___________________ Godard Jelly Tumblers
Ohio railroad, with headquarters in from Orlando for few Hymn offertory, 'Sanctuary"_____174 '
Tuesday
a days' Folk Song _________________ Nicode
Atlanta, spent yesterday in Orlando visit with Mr. and Mrs. Pruitt at ; J'Polish
Evening service- ; ;
looking after business for his road. their home on Loomis avenue. Mr. Reverie _________________ Nicode Fruit Jars ; 1Wft
Reynolds is a prominent citizen of Hymn offertory, "Bremen"_______476
_________ Lemmens
Shepherd Chorus
need Orlando and
If you shoes or stockings, we was for a number of .
Ernest Wade, Organist.
have them from the cradle to old age.,years mayor of the city.-Daytona all kindsPreserving
Comfortable shoes that have the wear News-Gazette. Your Silver
I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
and style to them, and the price is

right. Boardman's Store of Satisfac- Ex-Mayor J. W. Lilly, of Kissimmee Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, pastor. Wrights Silver Cream ElectroSilicon.
tion. 11-lt Sunday school, 9:45"a.. m.; W. R. -
was a visitor in Orlando yes- Kettles
O'Neal, superintendent.
terday afternoon, being engaged in a Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., .
Mr. H. Nennin, one of Gotha's deal for the sale of some valuable' by the pastor.
sterling citizens, was in Orlando yes- timber land he owns in the western Prayer meeting, Wednesday 7:30p.
terday to meet Mrs. Nennin and the I part of the county. Mr. Lilly owns .m.A.cordial invitation is extend. ,' ', South Orange Avenue | Pick Your Teeth

little ones, who had been in Alabama considerable in
property Orange visitors and strangers to worship
visiting relatives for the past four county and is seriously considering with us. J'II"I"I"I" " With the Medal
. months. -- moving to this city. -. ,- Mr. Carr has now begun work with --- -- -, Gold Toothpicks
the choir and special music will be a ..
feature of each service.CHRISTIAN' .
Miss Nancie Brown, an attractive VENEER CORESALL
When you are shopping, remember
young lady of Jacksonville, who has that Boardman's Store of Satisfac- SCIENCE LENGTHS AND AXYQUA1't"TITY Potted Plants Cut Flowers Funeral
been visiting Misses Ethel and Dor- ,
tion is the best place to buy dry
othy Cooper, returned home yester- Sunday school, 10 a. m. Special prices for October. Decorations.
notions Designs Wedding
articles
goods
fancy art
day, much to the regret of many Services at 11 a. m.; subject, "Are Stock up before cold weather. ,
goods, underwear, shoes, hosiery; in Sin, Disease and Death Real?" FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
friends.Mr.
fact, anything that is needed in the Wednesday evening meeting, 7:45. Also
family and the prices are lower than Third floor corner South Orange OAK WOOD I
and Mrs. .W. H. Hill have returned avenue and Church street. Entranceon THE SANITARY GROCERY
home after spending the any of the so-called "bargain sales Church street.CHRISTIAN. Orlando Wood Yard :
sum-
and the quality is always first classat CARUTHERS & GORE
mer in the North. They visited Vine- Boardman's. 11-lt B. W. Kingsley, Proprietor
land and Ocean City, N. J., Queechy ALLIANCE PINE STREET AND R. R. Phone 200

Lake, N. Y., and Springfield and Telephone 344 =
. If you want to learn to sew, join Sunday school 2:30 p. m. 9-30 6 & 8 E. Pine Street 1
Worcester, Mass. Preaching at 3:30 p. m., by Rev.C. l.
the dressmaking class taught by Miss B. WetherelL let .. ....MMiiiMiimiitiiitaitmtmiiniIIIIIMMIiilHlilillllHIIM .. ....
Echols. Pupils make their own clothes Prayer meeting Thursday night.
The Sentinel is requested to an-
nounce that Rev. Dr. Seibert, presid- under the supervision of Miss Ech- Everybody welcome.ST. .. ... .. ..... . .. .. .. .. .. . . .
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ing pulpit today,
LUKE'S CATHEDRALVery
and of
style
garments. ,
Tapestries
both morning and evening, at the
oil, water colors, and china
Methodist church. Dr. Seibert is an painting Rev. Henry R. Remsen, dean.
able minister and his sermons are taught by Miss Echols. Studio in Eighteenth Sunday after Trinity.The .
Watkins building. Hours from 8:30to Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m.
sure to prove interesting and elevat-
5. Call and see her work. 11-6t Sunday school, 9:30.
ing. Morning prayer and sermon, 10:30.
Evening prayer, 7:45. j
The candidates in the recent pri- FOR SALE-Horse, 14 hands high, 8 :1'1
years old, sound and gentle, weighs CATHOLIC CHURCH
in have received
Orange county
mary 900 pounds} price $135. Richard Car-
from the county Democratic executive ter, Lake Mary, Fla. 10-ll-3t Sunday school, 9 a. m.
committee a refund of 73 cents on the High Mass, 10 a. m. I
dollar. But Orange county has ever FOR SALE Evening service, 7:30, with sermon;
been lenient with the poor office seek Established cash business. 208 South subject, "Mind and Matter." You Electrical

ers in their time of trouble.-Times-. Orange Avenue
Wright Realty and Seed Co FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms. '
Herald, Palatka.
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ALONG'..A."CANAL REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY H.
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PEOPLE'S WANTS C. McDANIELThe J amber 1L .the and Shingles

(International News Service.)

London, Oct. 9.-Private G. A. Tur- MUNNIMAKERS stucco cottage on Cathcart Stone
block north of Eola Park, just
lying wounded in the Lon-
ner, now t
don hospital, sends the following account JUmt NctkM, de.,.f f.r Leot this c.Wanted.la.i>. %5c.Fer t.r Sale sae dmy For, completed-built for comfort and con- NAIR LUMBER .

home of one day's fighting in SOe. for three Gaya. *r |1... for ene .k. f.r2S venience-large lot, stone garage,
France."I words .r JMon y mutt aceoBp&nr beautifully situated and will be sold '-

am still living, though a bit the adnrtUeaeDU f.r tide eoIu n. ft* n. for $6,000, good terms.
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insertion* will W wade credit.
knocked about. I got a birthday pres- Twenty acres on Lake Gatlin, ORLANDO

ent from the Kaiser. On Sunday, the SALE-Cooking Range, about 18 planted to oranges and
FOR per-
23rd of September, we had rifle in- fectly new, also oil Cooking Stove. grape fruit trees, 5 years old, fully
spection at eleven a. m., and were or- Call mornings at 707 East Central 1,000 boxes now on trees. If you desire -

dered -to fall in for bathing paradeat avenue. 10-9-6t this property, will be divided

1130. While we were waiting for -FOR SALE-Cheap. A Planet, giving two fine building sites with Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime

another company to return from the Jr., Garden Seeder and Wheat Hoe Lake Gatlin in front overlooking
commenced to Attachment, nearly new, also 100 three other lakes. Price for 20 acres t
river the Germans
} shell the town. We fell in about one gave Egg Incubator 94 per cent., used hatch.-623 one year and W. $12,000 or"$6,000 for half. Nothing riiiiiii'.i'.i'.ili:I: IHiillilltMliMMImportant ::'::::IIm:::::::::::I::::::

p. m., an hour and a half afterwards, Church street. 10-6-6t better in Florida. Owner has repeatedly I
of the attack. refused to sell, but on account :
to go to the scene house
SALE-14-room fully
Shells were bursting in the streets as furnished FOR splendid location, price of sickness he is unable to come ::s-o-Sr:: ESS
i : we went. We crossed a bridge over $5000, terms. Apply Alfred Hadley to Florida to live as he intended. ;

the canal under artillery fire, and 308 Magnolia Ave. 10-6-2w Two 3 acre tracts overlooking Or- :
lando-fine lake view, good neighborhood I
notihng behind a mill on -
stood doing FOR SALE-Or trade for real estate -
the bank for some time. a five-passenger automobile in good land and splendid for '
"Then some one cried out that the nice shape. Address No. 112 West surburban homes. Price $1,000 each. : friendships result from the right introduction, and
the Church street, city. 10-4-lm 10 acres all cleared, north side ;

canal Germans bank were, and advancing our company along wai FOR SALE-One or both of a team Lake Ivanhoe overlooks Orlando, ,: the most important ones come through the right banking con-

ordered to go along. Then the Ger- of black mares, weight 1100 and splendid land and a fine home 9-11-1m site, : nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We
double.C. $2000.
mans opened fire with their guns at 1200. Good drivers, single or

about five hundred yards with shrapnel 9-18-tf. E. Enlow, Winter Park, Fla. invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-
FOR THIS WEEK :
and the scene that followed beg- _
gars description. Several of us were FOR SALE-One Underwood type- est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
writer in good condition; one Bur- Hunt the Place to Save Money :
laid full length behind a wooden
rough's adding machine, used only Fresh from the counry Eggs, per :
fence about half an inch thick. The two: months, and one Reading stand- doz., 35c.Keifer. I
German shells burst about three ard motorcycle, in good shape. Bar- Pears for cooking and BANK & TRUST CO.
gains on quick sale. Call or address, :
yards in front of it. It was blownto pickles, 50c. peck.
Winter Park Fla.
J. C. ,
Sigler,
splinters in about ten minutes. 10-9-tf Apples of the best, 20c. to 25c doz.I
v alive. Peaches of the finest, 30c. per doz. :
None of us expected to get out
I Grapes,Grapes,Grapes, 25c. basket.
"They kept us there about an hour For Sale-Silver Cluster GrapeFruit Tomatoes, the best Maryland stock, \,1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIJ ::

before they gave us the word to re- and Valencia late orange buds. 8c. per Ib.Bananas. :
tire. I had just turned round to go Vigorous stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2 the finest, 20c. per doz.
old. I 1 1 1 I ll I i 1 1 1 MIM
4 back when I stopped one. It hits you 9-23-2m years H. C. McDANIEL. Florida Bananas, lOc. per doz. :1'1111111111111' ; iiMMi.Jill. lllliiMMIMMMIMUMttMlCLOTHING :
cr with an awful thump and I thoughtit Oranges, Grapefruit and fruit of ,
all kinds. Visit the little store and be '
had caught me at the bottom of of fine
FOR SALE-Forty acres
convinced, as quality and prices will :
I
the spine, as it numbed my legs for hammock land; eight in grove; the make you call again. '
present crop of oranges will be from I
about half an hour. THE ORLANDO SPECIALTY CO.
:
750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told,I
"When I found I could not walk I ready for setting-10 acres in lake,' 109 W. Church Street .

gave it up. Just after I got my first one and quarter miles from Apopka. 10-7-tf :
view of the Germans. They were Price, $5,000. Address W. H., Box ,

coming out of a woods about 400 178 Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf I Our new stock ofailci.Winter

yards away all in a heap together, so
I thought as I was done for I would FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. DressmakingMrs. ,
Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas-
get a bit of my own back, and so 1 tle. 9-18-tf
started pumping a bit of lead into R. S. Cohoon has : !
I Pall |
them."I FOR store SALE-A fixtures. new Inquire safe at, office Berman's and resumed her dressmak- : : Clothing

stuck there for about three-quar- store. 10-10-6t ing and is now located :

ters of an hour, and fire all my own FOR RENT in Room 4, Way building, : M I | (( (

ammunition and a lot belonging to Rooms for light housekeeping mod- on Orange avenue, where :
; Made SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in
two more wounded men who were by
ern, up to date; furnished or unfur- she cordially invites all ,
close to me-about 300 rounds alto- nished; on Lucerne Circle; with gar-
gether, and as it was such a good den, fruit and flowers. See J. F. ladies needing anythingin and anxious for to
target I guess I accounted for a good Watkins. 9-24-tf the wearing apparelline we are you see our

lot of them. to call and see her.

"Then I suddenly discovered I could FOR shelling SALE-While Europe, my the cow Germansare is shel- New Styles, and high class tailoring. Best

walk, and so I set off to get back. I ling out the milk every day rain or
had to walk about 150 yards in the shine, Sunday included, and she is for in the '
to buy clothing.
with aroundme sale at a bargain, and goes on recordas Real Estate place city
open shrapnel bursting a dandy at 7.30 Center St. 10-7-3t Boughtand ,
all the way.

"A man who was at Paardeburgand FOR SALE-A good Roll Top Sold.
Magersfontein, in South Africa, Desk and Chair. Been used very lit-
tle. Call W. C. Sherman Rock
on --
said they were nothing to what we Building opposite San Juan Hotel. W. M. SLEMONtllMHillllllllllltllll
got that Sunday. Out of 240 men of I lO.:8fIUSCELLANEOUS City Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash

my company only about twenty were I and $1.00 per week buys a Lot
"
uninjured.

s Mrs. D. L. Wilson, of Hunslet, sendsa RENTS COLLECTED.N.P.HATCHER. . . . t. . . .. . . ..
letter received from her husband, a . . .. . . . . CB'f ' '
WANTED-Three or four nicely
seaman of the Bacchante. He says: furnished rooms, with privilege of

"You will have read of our victoryin light house keeping, in good location, : !OHHIIIIIIIIIIIMUMiIMM \\\\\\\\ MUM*
for winter months, by three adults, t MMMMIimMim ,
the North sea. It was fine. Our :
state terms and location, address S. ORLANDO,FLORIDA .
ship ,brought the dead and wounded H. A. Sentinel Office. 10-9-3t ::;; .
and the prisoners back. A grim jobit Office at Pinehurst Park : 1 _

was, too. I only wish the whole FOR RENT-Two rooms for light P. O. Box 281 :
German fleet would'come out. We housekeeping, with all modern con-
10-8-1m :
veniences. Inquire 312 E. South St.
may get a chance of coming home 9-25-1m ..

soon. Their firing is rotten, while .- .
our men behind the guns are perfect. UPRIGHT PIANO for sale. Good .

They"The get bounders a hit every won't time. come out. double.condition.Wade$75, the cash Tuner.takes it. 10-9-3t Worth Do You Want a Good :. 50 Japanese Matting


That was the reason our ships had WANTED-.:Chambermaid. I wanta Home in the Country ?
to try and drive them out. You see good, neat, clean, experienced
the place is all mined, and if a ship chambermaid. One who is willing to I
work and knows how and what to Rugs 9x12
wT runs into one of these mines it means do in her line of work. Only colored

destruction."The help wanted. Must give good refer-
commander of the Liberty, a ences. Write stating what experienceyou Our list containes some very at-
have had, where worked last
torpedo boat destroyer, asked his and how long you were you there and tractive propositions both in city and
k ship's company if they would 'volunteer what wages you expect.-Address W. $8.78 _
to go up Kiel harbor with him, C. Temple, Alabama Grove, Winter country property. And we will be .

/ and every man said 'yes.',although it Park 10-6-lw
pleased to submit them to you.
looked certain death. Up they went
GOOD TENT:: FOR SALE
and got under the forts of Heligoland Heavy ve'ght; duck, 14 feet square To those who have property to sell ON SALE H
and let rip at the German cruisers in 4 foot walls; good condition; only
the harbor. One of the wounded sail- used three weeks; complete with or to rent, we invite you to call at
poles. Made to live in. Mahlon Gore
ors of the Liberty told me that the Orlando, Fla. 10-10-tf our office and list your property withus.
shells fired at them were nough to Monday and Tuesday
sink a fleet. FOR RENT-Four nice furnishedrooms. The same courteous treatment
'Our Will rent to adults only. J
.i ship had only one torpedo and
Apply 409 DeLaney sreet. 9-23-tf that has marked all of our business
one round of ammunition left. So

; they turned round to come out, whena FOR SALE-A No. 1 saddle mare dealings will be extended to you.

shrapnel struck the Liberty's mast, or buggy horse. Address, care I

three killing Tfthers.the gallant The coxswain commander, although and Wright's WANTED, Box FRESH 567. COW giving 9-2-tf ten Cooper Atha Kincaid & SnowdenLow

wounded, brought the ship safely to to fourteen quarts a day. Write or 114 South Orange Ave. Ground Floor
r; our fleet that was waiting outside. call at Ward's store, Winter Park.

We pray to God that we may come 10-10-lw Phone No. 311 Priced Furniture House.

off victorious, and I am confident we FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with -----
shall as every man jack in the fleet garage; elegantly furnished; on
F has the heart of a lion." Lake 8-27-tf Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. 5-TOURIST TRAINS-5 I Cor Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, FloridaFOR

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very came poor.into the A city few leading days ago a a live farmer bear WANTED Shetland TO pony EXCHANGE for a larger a horse.large FROM NORTH AND WEST t\\\ \\\\\\\\\\ t\\\ t..I..1-- -- -- ----- ---- I4SSeSSeI> -- i-iiiMjii,---- ---

which he endeavored to sell, traveling Reel's avenue Steam, or phone Laundry 654., 814 N. Orange 9-29-tf "DIXIE FLYER" SALE A. B. MOOREPlain
from house to house throughout the "DIXIE LIMITED""SEMINOLE
: :
city. The best offer he could secure We insure your life and loan you LIMITED" .,
was $5.00, so he returned home in money on real estate at 6 per cent. "MONTGOMERY:: ROUTE" Nursery stock, one, two, three and and Decorative Painting

,disgust, refusing to make a sale at interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., "SOUTH ATLANTIC:: LIMITED" four year old buds; Foster Early, Paperhanging and Kalsominin

f that price.T. Curry Balding, Tampa Fla. Pullman Cars from Chicago, St. Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-
3-25-d&wtf Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville, and intermediate ington NaveL Address Mrs. M.Kahle OR. L H. RAMSDELu First-class work. Rood material and

F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. BUYERS AND SELLERSI points to Jacksonville,Fla. Apopka. Fla Phone 2222. 3-lJ-tf i OPTOMETRIST! reasonable pri es. No job too largeor
smal''
too Drop
Conscientious work at fair prices. DINING CARS I (SocccMor to Dr. O. P. LWu) we will talK%it over. me a postal, and
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf buy sell, rent, and exchange real Via Don't wait for every one In town te ORLANDO FLORIDAWE
estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla, ATLANTIC COAST LINE have Entrican the painter before !
:i Eat all you want. over 30 years. Have handled over Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. you try. Am too busy to look you FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES A. B. MOORE
Eat what you want. $20,000,000. Call and see me. up. Phone 636, and 1 will be on the
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.Get G. KIRKLAND, D.P.A. 1-20-tf ALL KINDS OF
Take a postscript and forget it. Hillsboro Hotel Tampa, Fla. job. AND DO P. O. Box 024, Orlando
sale all ,
For
f by druggists. A. W. FRITOT, D.P.A.
l-7-d&w-lyr the news in the Sentinel first. 138 West Bay St, Jacksonville, Fla. I Get the news in the Sentinel first. T1CAL REPAIRING 109lm'J' JJod.

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CONWAY NURSERIES ;

TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
Bordeaux, France, Oct. 8.-Official GROWERS AND DEALERS IN I
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received by the French and

dispatches German soldiers October 5th at Jon- All Leading Varieties of Citrus TreesR. COOK WITH GAS

chery, near Rheims.A T. PEEL, Proprietor. :. <, :
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German aeroplane of the aviatic:
Local Salesman
type ascended with two men after circling 1
Glen St. :Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATE \ J
over the French positions was Box 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida. 6. Speed
returning to its own 'lines when Ser- : 9-24-tf 1. Convenience

geant Frantz, one of the most expert .
French aviators, accompanied by his IMIIMMMMIIIMMMMMIIMMIIIMMIIMMIIMH* 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency

mechanician, Quinault, sprang to a
machine and gave chase. By a skill- 3. Cleanliness 8. Safety ,
ful the French aeroplanetook
maneuver
the German on the flank and THE OLD RELIABLE 9. Perfect Regulationof 1 1
wounded the pilot and put a bullet 4. Simplicity
through the gasoline tank.A Heat
sheet of flame enveloped the aviator DANN'S TRANSFERDr. 5. Accessibility 10.
Economy .
and the machine dropped rapidly -

landing close to the French lines. B. D. WIENANGA, Prop.
In the descent the unwounded man
continued to fire his pistol until pre-
vented by the flames. Livery, Draying and Hauling 5. ACCESSIBILITY
Sergeant Frantz came to earth in .

a Germans series of were magnificent found burned spirals.to deathin Both Gas is accessible to everyone living on streets reached oby

the embers of their machine. Frantz WE GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE our 18 miles of mains.
was decorated with the Legion of
t
Honor and Quinault was awarded the We bring the pipe to the curb free of charge and run the

military medal. AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
line into your house at cost. ,
OPEN FORUM AT ST. LUKE'S .
CATHEDRALDean Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited We also sell the best appliances on the easiest of terms to Jail

people of good credit.If .
Remsen of St. Luke's Cathe- HORSES FOR SALE '
dral has proposed to the men of the
are not using Gas it will to
congregation the formation of a -Sunday 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida you now pay you investigate.
morning men's study class for
the purpose of discussing ethical and
I _
religious subjects. This class will be -
in the nature of an forum, allowing 11,1
open Mt iiMMf ttMf e Mf ie t a l tOM 01 >
t full and frank discussions and ; Ii; : ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

expressions of opinion on practical rIIS NOW FOR WHITE and SCALE '.'
questions relating to daily life and
conduct. The class 'is to be opened SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY GAS DEPARTMENT

to, all men without regard to church
affiliation, and ought to be a helpfuland liUMillMIH" MIIMMIHilili
popular movement. Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale, Rust Mite ', ', IMMMIMMMIMM . , .. , ..

and Red Spider that is hit. Removes sooty mold
Through the agency of the Jacksonville and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September MMtlMMIIIIIiililllMMIMiMMMMIIIItltttttMlienntlllllillMMIIM Ii

board of trade, a strong effort and October are two of the best months for =L
is to be made to bring the 1915
spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents insects -
convention of the National Vegetable
Growers' association to Jacksonvillenext from sapping trees all winter, and brings them :..-' -

year. Th emeeting this year is out in a good, healthy condition in the spring, thus
to be held in the city of Philadelphia insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom.J. .
October 6th to 9th.

SCHNARR & CO.. Orlando, Florida.Schnarr's .
Eat what you want.
Eat all you want. Insecticide will not injure the White Fly J JI
Take a postscript and forget it.
For sale by all druggists. Fungi. 9-9 D. and W 2-M .I.IiHHIIIiiMlllilllMIB8MMMMIMtMMtlllMliilni
l-7-d&w-lyr

T.F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.I
Conscientious work at fair prices. MMiliilliiMMIIIIilllllllHIBIMtllllinillllllBIu
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf


. river dredging It between is expected operations Jacksonville that in the government and St. Johns May- Tb B Eula Packa C Copally


port that have been suspended since
the tenth of August will be resumedat
an early date.FASHIONABLE. 1915. HARLEY-DAVIDSON


208 East Robinson DRESSMAKINGAt avenue. Misses and Shippers of Citrus 11 HrsepowerGUARANTEED 3'Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic

Berke,formerly with Miss Hovermale. Mechanical Oil Pump, Step'Starter and 66 Refinements
10-3-1m Fruits and Vegetables.

The city council of'Miami has S275.OO
I will operate alone under above name and shall appreciate -
of
awarded contracts for the laying
twenty-five miles of sewer pipe, eigh- the business of all who have and any who have Wridfli- A grange Ave.,
teen miles of which will be put down not patronized me in the last three years. For informa- i Hilpert
Orlando Fla.
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immediately.T. tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossingof t t

Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-, ure I .- -. -. -. -. -. .. -. -. -. -. -. -. .- -..- -..... -_ .. .- -. .- ..",. .". .". -. .- -. -. -. -. -. .--. -..--- -. -. -. .- -. .- -. -. .. ... .. -_ -. -. -. -. -. -.........-... .. "- '- .- .- .- ,- 1 F
.F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
Conscientious work at fair prices. building, which I am equipping with Mauld's latest ma-
TREES FOR SALE i
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 823tfOSTEOPATHY and consequently give service LIST YOUR PROPERTYwith LAUNDRY:
chinery can you same The Terra Ceia Nurseries have for I Your
which has always spoken for itself. sale the Walters (Florida Standard) me now, while I nave the timeto dry cleaning general, and laundry work, French
variety of grapefruit, from one to look it over and familiarize myself I pressing will be ap-
:My efforts will be to sell all possible before resortingto three years old, budded on three to with the talking points. I made the preciated.guaranteed. Satisfaction and service s
distribution. four years old rough lemon roots; largest number of sales last winter Phone 654. Reel's Open September 28th. i
Steam 4
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only.
DR. J. C .HOWELL year old buds OB three years old ter. My prospects are beginnig to ar- 9-25-tf
W. A. DADE Gen. rough lemon roots. All in first class rive, and it might cause you to losea
Hours, 10-12, 3-$, and by appointmentNo Manager. condition. sale by putting it off. Call todayat Up to date painting, papering, etc,
extra charge (or noose treatment 1\ TERRA CEIA.NURSERIES, my new offices in the Watkins is the kind you want. Where to get
9-18-2 Terra,Ceia, Florida.J. building and list your property. it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T.
Telephone connections .'C. Rowell.Manager. WALTER W. ROSE J J4 Entrican.
OCce cor. Orange and Central Arc. 'IIII..I.'II"IIIII"'IIII'IIIII'II"I"'II.I''i. Correspondence solicited. Real Estate. Phone 555. 1-20-tf
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AT AUCTION Cambridge-Harvard Haven-Yale' 20 10, ,Lehigh Washington 3.- i:0: ... .. -..: ..-.,.. :. .. .- -. ... ...,.. ....-.....': ,"'
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when Federal Judge Mayer signed the Point-Army 13, Rutgers 6. -
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Providence-Brown 0, Amherst 0.
Default in payment of interest on Swarthmore-Swarthmore 9, Buck- AT CATHEDRAL SCHOOL The "old r iids" were assembled together 25 INDICTED FOR ARCHDUKE'S
.- 4 per cent. gold bonds resulted in .nell 0. LAST NIGHT in their social society, knownas DEATH
foreclosure proceedings by the Cen-
of the Baltimore-Johns Hopkins 16, Stevens the "Single Blessedness Debating Bordeaux, France Oct. 10.-The
tral Trust company, trustee
The teachers of the Cathedral
bond holders. The amount of such 13. Society," wishing for a marriageableman Neues Wiener Tagblatt, a copy of
!Y bonds and the interest due thereon is I Chicago-Chicago 28, Northwestern school last night gave a play for the to appear and bewailing their which has arrived here from Vienna,
74098000. 0. amusement of the boarding and day age and ugliness, when a knock is says that the indictment, alleging
LaFayette-Purdue 26, Western) pupils of the school. The entertain- heard and a "Professor Makeover"arrives high treason and covering thirtyseven -
Reserve 0. ment was labeled "The Old Maids' with a wonderful invention pages, has been read to twenty-
THE WEATHER 1 Convention," and the participantswere that can make a woman beautiful.All five prisoners charged with having
Florida: Fair Sunday and Mondays H. Kanner's great sale continues dressed in most ridiculous cos- the old maids are made over, creating been concerned in the murder of
until November 1st. 11-tf i tf tumes, bringing shrieks of laughter great amusement for the spec- Archduke Francis Ferdinand, the heir
from the audience. Miss Hibbs had tators. The entertainment was well apparent of the Austrian throne. at
{' H* Kanner's great sale continues The Sentinel want ad. way will get ( charge of the performance and it wasa carried out, and every one thoroughly : Sarajevo. It is expected their trial J
until November 1st. 11-tf you results. i II I e. complete success. I i enjoyed it. I will last three weeks.


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Examples of The High Standard which THE BIG STORE Has Set for Itself




THE FAVORED REDINGOTE MODEL morrow a most beautiful and attractive assortment of SPECIAL VALUE ALL WOOL CREAM SERGE,

The smartest suit of the year. A revelation of tailHandsome Hats. Each Hat has-a certain dash and chic- 56-inches wide, sponged and shrunk
ored fabrics. Dozens and dozens of artistic Fall Styles, ness about it which distinguishes it from the ordinary.
daringly ornate, as well as severe tailored models. Some made of velvet, the new Sailor shapes, beautifully $1.00 .
Coats beautifully half lined. trimmed with Birds, Pon Pons and gold novelties in the :

Skirts in the newest models. The material includes late Military effects. A view of these Hats will supply NEW IMPORTED WOOL CHALLIS, White grounds
Broad Cloths, Gabardines, Men's Wear Serges Melrose the best information at command as to what women
Crepes and fancy novelties. TO ENCOURAGE EARLY our with Lilac, Blue and Pink designs, also I Grays, Wisterias, ,
of careful taste will wear the coming season.
BUYING, WE OFFER A MOST UNUSUAL EARLY Copenhagens, and navy ground with small designs, 27-

SEASON OFFER. inches. wide,
HANDSOME FALL SUITS AT New Fall Dress Goods
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$25.00
54-INCH SATIN-FACED CHIFFON BROADCLOTHS,

FOR TOMORROW WE WILL FEATURE NEW sponged and shrunk. The new shades, Midnight Blue, NEW WOOL TAFFETA, 42-in. wide. One of Fall'sFavorites .

MODELS IN BEAUTIFUL TAILORED HATS Navy, Belgium Blue, Russian Green, Moravian Plum Midnight Blue, Belgium Blue, Navy, Plum,
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Brown, Grey and Black. One yard and a half wide. Gray, Green, Rose and Black.
$8.25
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