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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 13, 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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OLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1914. NUMBER 209.





GERMANS PREPARED( TO T TAKE OFFESIYE( I ( ITALY A SPENDING DAY FOR WARHUGE MILLION''THREE STRAIGHT FOR BOSTON: IN




MOST THRilLING GAME IN HISTORY
SUM USED IN GET-

ADVANCING ON OSTEND, WHERE IT IS BELIEVED THE TWO AUSTRIAN TORPEDO TING ARMY READY FOR

BRITISH HAVE RUSHED BIG FORCE I
AND
FRENCH CONFLICTNew
BOATS SUNK GERMANS RENEW AERIAL EXTRA INNINGS REQUIREDTO

DURING THE PAST WEEK Minister of War Was Born SETTLE SENSATIONAL -


Austrian Subject and Won ATTACKS, ON PARISTHREE CONTEST

German Submarine Sank Russian Cruiser RUSSIAN BATTLESHIP DID Distinction in Tripoli

WORK IS UNCONFIRMED CampaignRome BUSH'S AWFUL ERROR ENDED IT

j With All On BoardQueen REPORT KILLED IN STREETS

Italy via Paris, Oct. 12.- SUNDAY; MORE BOMBS

Germans Have Levied War In- General Zupelli, the new minister of DROPPED TODAY Three Times Athletics Had Lead
of Still With King Albert, Who Is Leading the '
Belgium demnity of One Hundred war, was born an Austrian subject But Could Not Hold It With

Remnant of His Army Toward Ostend-Germans Reach Million Dollars on Cityof at Capo D'stria, in the Italian province -. Complaint Made to Pope That the Breaks in Favor of
of Istria. He has been act-
very Bomb Fell on Cathedral, of
Antwerp
Ghent on March to Ostend-Severe Fighting ive on the general staff, where his the BravesBy
Bombs
Dame
Notre --

I Yesterday at a Number of Points on ,the ._London,. Oct. 2.-An unconfirmed. }duty was to prepare for the campaign Fail to ExplodeParis
, --, :" ,I on the eastern frontier in case of war. r ( Frank S. :Menke)
report states that a Russian battle-
Long Battle Line in France He won distinction in the Tripolitan Boston, Oct. 12.-(Special.)-By
ship at Ragassa, Dalmetia on yester- Oct. 12.-The progress of
I wars winning five to four in the twelfth inning
and Belgium day sank two Austrian torpedo boats, the campaign in the north of France,
Italy has spent at the rate of $1- here this afternoon the Braves
one of which was convoying an Aus- the fall of Antwerp were forgottenfor
000,000 a day since the war began to made it three straight from the Ath-
trian transport. A Russian torpedo moment today by the people of
London, Oct. 12.-Special.-The( whole German front is pre- place her army in a state of pre- a letics, practically finished the contest
boat, the same report says, struck an Paris, who everywhere were discuss-
battle line less than paredness.A for the baseball championship of the
pared to take the offensive again along a no Austrian mine and went down. ing the throwing of bombs on the
government announcement issued world, and drove this city into the
,three hundred miles long. German cavalry has advanced to with- Another unfortunate report has it capital from German aeroplanes. Asa
today shows that in addition to the final stages of'baseball madness.
in 30 miles of Ostend, and Ghent is threatened by invading that Germany, following her usual result of a raid yesterday three per-
ordinary appropriations, the cabinet The ball game staged at Fenway
Uhlans who screening heavy Prussian force which has been rule of making captured cities pay sons were killed and fourteen wounded. -
are a has arranged up to October 9th for park this afternoon was of the kind
heavy fines in the form of "indemnities Another attack this morning re-
encountered all through the territory of Lille. the use of the military administrationof heretofore known only in fiction. It
has demanded $100,000,000 from sulted less disastrously, bombs
These are all maneuvers covering the establishment of the Belgium Antwerp. 341,000,000 lire ($68,500,000) dropped between two departing trains was a ball game Boston will never ,

battle line connecting with the German right in France. failing to explode. forget and one which the present'gen-
CLAIM GERMANS LOST 45,000 eration of Bostonians will ever vote
Between Arras and the Oise the enemy have resumed their at- BELFORT RESIDENTS LEAVE; General Hirschauser was appointed
FEAR BOMBARDMENT MEN ATTACKING ONT ANT- the most wonderful, the most nerve
tacks with increased fury. The plateau north of Soissions con- WERP FORTRESS I to take charge of the aerial defense. racking, and the greatest ball game

tinues the scene of a vigorous offensive movement by the Kai- London, Oct. 12.-The Daily Mail's I He is an aeronautic expert and or- ever played. The Athletics lost but

ser's forces, and Verdun, for eight weeks under almost incessant Amsterdam correspondent says Ber- London, Oct. 12.-"It is stated that ganized last year the aerial branchof not without honor. They played the :
service. A number of
fire from German guns, will not be made the target of the mon- lin newspapers are distributing posters the Germans lost '45,000 men during deputies the army met at the call of Deputy I game of ball of.which they are capable 4

announcing that the civil popula- the attack on Fortresses Waelhemand -a wonderful game offensivelyand "i
ster howitzers which reduced Antwerp.The consider various
Cochin to
tion is leaving Belfort (a French for- Wavre-St. Catherines at Ant- Denys defensively. But the breaks were
results of a series of battles extending from the Swiss bor- of rendering the city more secure -
means
tified town in the so-called i
territoryof werp, says a Central News dispatch against them today and with a ball i
der to within 25 miles of the straits of Dover is indicated by these Belfort) in fear of a bombardment. from Amsterdam. from aeroplane attacks. team that is playing a brand of all i
The creation of aerial squadrons
fragmentary reports. round baseball that has never before d
stationed at cardinal points to be always -
The activity in France and Belgium is laden with importance. been seen in a world series. v aBack
ready to dash after the aircraftof
essential to the consummation of the far and forth raged the titanic
Antwerp greater
was the as soon as they should
U. S. SUPREME COURT enemy
CONVENED I struggle with the Braves never in the ;i
and more stupendous land campaign being inaugurated by the be signalled approaching the city; I lead until the final run was scored.

German general staff and if for no other reason than that it sig- the arming of fast monoplanes with from behind evened
Fighting they
nalled the crushing of Belgium and the making of threequartersof quick firing guns and the telephoningof with the Athletics' lead at three different up- J

the kingdom solidly held by the Kaiser. WITH 1,000 CASES ON DOCKET ital warnings to the French by residents Aero club of, the which cap-is times, and in the twelfth .,

The German forces at Antwerp will shortly swing in a south- now under military control, were forged to the front and won the gameon
a hit, a base on balls and a horn
westerly direction, seeking a junction with the army of General the suggestions discussed.
among
FORMER, ATTORNEY GEN- ble error by Bushy the AtMetics kid
Von Boehm, who is supporting General Von Kluk jusf'over the IlliNOIS[ SECRETARY OF Finally M. Cochin sent a telegram to pitcher.
ERAL McREYNOLDS
border in northeastern France. Bordeaux urging the immediate adop-
The game was a thriller from the

The French general staff anticipated' this strategy and during TAKES OATHIRRYTHAWMOOMEUP tion of efficacious measures with the first to the last moment, but the real
STATE A SUICIDEEXAMINATION view of reassuring the people.
the past week is ,reported to have concentrated sufficient troopsat Notre Dame Cathedral Hit by Bomb thrills arrived with the tenth inning

Ostend, including newly arrived British forces, to meet the new The news that one of the German when the Athletics broke a two to
two tie by scoring two runs and the
OF HIS AC-
;s. German front. Everything indicates that the German center and bombs yesterday struck the cathedralof Braves
deadlocked the game again by
the point from which the main attack Ostend will be COUNTS WILL FOLLOWAT Notre Dame has been communi-
at-
upon No Important Decisions Are Expected scoring two runs in their half. Tyler,
EARLY DATEIt cated to the Vatican. It is reportedthat
tempted will rest along the Scheldt river. Soon, and Few Casesof pitching an erratic game for Boston
: the exclaimed gettingthe
upon
The greatest activity in France, aside from cavalry movements pope was relieved in the tenth inning by
Nation Wide Import- Is Believed That Unsuccessful message: "Providence has pre.

west of Lille, occurred today in the region of Lassigny, Roye, Speculation in Grain Caused vented an outrage which would have James. Bush pitched a good game 1
ance in Prospect and had tremendous speed, but 35,000 \
'Lens, and Arras. The heaviest fighting took place at Lens, where shocked the world."
Him to Take His
howling fans who set up a roar in the
: repeated assaults by the Germans were repulsed with great losses, I Military critics commenting todayon
Washington, Oct. 12.Special.With ( )- Life tenth inning seemed to rattle him and
the of the armies in
according to French official communications.The nearly a thousand cases on its movements he lost considerable of his early con
the Apremont region declare it is
French ,war office also reports progress in the engagement docket awaiting disposition, the supreme Springfield, 111, Oct. 12.Secretaryof the trol.
: worthy of note that Apremont, to
being fought court of the United States reconvened State Harry Woods, one of the Score by innings: R. H.E.
the before
on plateau Soissons on the right bank east of St. Mihiel, is the route the
after having been in Phila.___10010000020
today Democratic senatorial candidates at -4 8 2
of the Aisne and west and southeast of Verdun. In the Vosges enemy would take if they sought to
recess since last June. The proceed- the September primaries and former Boston.010100000201-5 9 1
mountains the I I withdraw from St. Mihiel in the direction -
made numerous night attacks in the
enemy regionof ings of the court, though brief, were operator on the Chicago board of

Bau de Sapt, north of Saint Die but with no success. They attended with greater interest than trade, killed himself early yesterday of Lorraine. Their positions "TIIE.PHARMACY GIRLS"ATTHEOPERA
in this vicinity much to them,
means
were forced to retire. usual because of the administrationof I morning. His lifeless body, with a I I HOUSE
it is declared.
I
the judicial oath to :Mr. Justice : gaping bullet wound in the center of

GERMAN SUBMARINE SANK RUSSIAN CRUISER AND 580 James M. McReynolds, formerly attorney [i the forehead and an automatic pistol t French It was Airmen announced Pursue officially Bomb Dropper later in I(I "The Pharmacy Girls" was given

MEN WERE LOST general of the United States I clutched in his right hand, was discovered i I last night at the opera house, by Zar-
the day that a Taube aeroplane had j I
who is now the "freshman" memberof early today in the tool room I row's "American Girls" company, before -

Petrograd, Oct. 12.-Special.-It( is officially announced that the venerable court. :Mr. McRey- I in a garage at the rear of his resi- flown over Paris this morning and I I a fair sized and appreciative au

a German submarine yesterday torpedoed and sunk the Russian nolds takes the place left vacant by dence. thrown down six bombs. Five French I! dience. The scene was laid in a country -

armored cruiser Pallada in the Baltic sea. The Pallada ,carried the death of :Mr. Justice Lurton. Jus- I The body was found by Mrs. Woods, man aviators airmen.went up to pursue the Ger- ![ drug store, and the strange happenings -

a crew of 580 men, all of whom were lost. tice :McReynolds took the official oath who had become alarmed at his absence to the young city doctor, and
I'I A new squadron of air craft has
some time ago, but the judicial oath from home since 6 o'clock Sunday I I the hilariously funny antics of the
I
been formed to deal with German avi
QUEEN OF BELGIUM IS WITH KING WHO IS LEADING was not administered until today. morning.No I ators. country office boy kept the audience

For the first time in several years I I explanatory note was left by I I i in a continual uproar. The manage
ARMY j Another German bomb was dropped
the court began business with- ment announced before the
today Secretary Woods and the only clue performance
Bulletin: London, Oct. '12.-(Special.)The Reuter Telegram out the prospect of any early decis-1 I I which might yield a possible explanation today at St. Ouen, a suburb of Paris, I I began that they would give
but it also did not explode.
company announces that it is authoritatively informed that the ions in important cases. Last year of his act was a bulky bundle of "The Pharmacy Girls" on Monday
This missile fell within a short distance -
queen of Belgium is still accompanying King Albert at the head the court worked hard and disposedof papers showing extensive dealings ingrain of a large paint factory where j I I:and Tuesday night, and "The Girl on

of his in Belgium. practically all the important caseson through a Chicago brokerage j: the Midway" on Wednesday and
army there is a gasoline tank with a caI I
the docket. The only cases of nation house. I, Thursday night, and "Jake's Adven-
pacity of 80,000 gallons. I
GERMANS REACH GHENT ON THEIR WAY TO OSTEND wide importance that were not I Mrs. Woods could assign no motive. I!''tures" on Friday and Saturday night,

disposed of last year and that are John J. Coffey, assistant chief clerkin 'that they would guarantee that every -

Bulletin: London, Oct. .-(Special.)-A dispatch to the Lon- now under advisement are the grand- the auditor's office, was put in GERMANS CLAIM VICTORIES IN ; performance would be a refined

don Star from Rotterdam says it is reported that the Germans fathers' clause cases. The principalone charge of the office of the secretaryof BOTH CAMPAIGNS ,I and polite production, and would in

have entered Ghent in their advance on Ostend. of these is the Oklahoma grand- state. I no way offend the ladies and children

fathers' clause case, revolving about An examination of the accounts of London, Oct. 12.-A Reuter dispatch -I that they hoped would be present.

the right of the state of Oklahoma the office will be started at once. The I from Berlin gives this statement 'I The performance was very pleasing

F. W. McAuley Will Bring a through its constitution to prohibit last return of fees to the state treas- issued last night by the German 'to the audience, judging from the

negroes from voting by imposing an ury by Secretary Woods was on June general staff: I hearty applause, and a much larger

,Dozen educational qualification for suffragebut 30, when the total was $370,536 for "Our cavalry on Saturday com-j attendance is looked for during the

or More Visitors Here exempting from its operation all the quarter. No returns had been pletely routed a French cavalry division remainder of the week.3IONTENEGRINS .

persons whose ancestors were not made for the quarter ending September west of Lille and near Haze-t
-
slaves. 30.THREE. brouck we inflicted severe losses on I DEFEAT AUS-
Letters received almost daily at 'this city and can not hear enough or Several railroad cases of some importance another French cavalry division. Until TRIAN ARMY

this office indicate that Orlando will read enough about it. His copy of are expected to be disposedof KILLED WHEN HUGE : now the engagements on the frontin

have to entertain an overflow crowd the daily Sentinel is read and re-read by the court in the near future. BOULDER FELL ON TRAIN the western theater did not lead Paris, Oct. 12.-A dispatch to the
the coming winter, More people until
are it is
coming worn out. These are the Nashville, Tenn., grain to a decision. Havas agency from Cettinje says the
to Florida than
ever before Mr. McAnley is a contractor and rebilling case, the Georgia railroad Grand Junction, Colo., Oct. 12.- "About the booty at Antwerp no Austrian troops who on October 8

'.. and letter hundreds received are headed for this city.A has built a number of houses in this commission case involving the rightof Three persons were killed and four- communication can be made as information fought the Montenegrins on the way s
yesterday from Mr. .
city.BELGIUM'S the Georgia railroad commissionto teen injured, several seriously, late still fails. Neither can the I to Sarajevo were 200,000 strong. The
F. W.
McAuley, of Glens Falls, N. Y.,
impose fines upon railroads that yesterday when a twenty ton boulder number of British and Belgium troops Austrians lost 1,500 in killed or
states that he will arrive about No-
QUEEN NOT IN ENGLAND violate its orders and the Oklahoma falling from a precipice, crashed into who crossed the Dutch frontier be wounded withdrew to Kalenovitch
vember 3rd, and that he will
bring at
; SAID TO BE AT "jim crow" law case. the day coach and smoker of Denver fixed. I and-there lost 500 more.
least twelve, and possibly more, New
Yorkers with him. OSTEND The case of Harry. K. Thaw, who & Rio Grande passenger train No. 3, "In the eastern theater we repulsedin

is fighting extradition :from New eighteen miles east of this city. the north all attacks of the first THE WEATHER
Mr. McAuley says he is constantly London, Oct. 12.-Definite informa- Hampshire to New York has been and tenth Russian armies on October

called upon to answer inquiries about tion has been received here that the appealed to the court, and it is con- New stationery, latest books, school 9 and 10. The Russian outflanking Florida: Generally fair Tuesdayand
Orlando and that he greatly feels the
need of some literature. He declares queen of Belgium, notwithstandingthe "sidered certain that the court will and office supplies, combined writingand efforts by way of Schiiwindt (east Wednesday, except showers and

there report she had reached England' .,, take it up and dispose of it at an fountain pen ink. Curtis & Prussia) equally were repulsed and cooler Wednesday in northwest por-
people are greatly interested in
: i I had not left Ostend. I early date.. O'Neal. the Russians lost 1,000 prisoners." [ tion.

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BATTLE STORIES FROM THE I wolves in sheep's clothing. We were
T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.I Eat what want.
you
FRONT warned that the enemy would be sure TRUE CHEAP. Conscientious work at fair prices. Eat all you want.
: to track us to the village. The cure Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf Take a postscript and forget it.
(International News Service.) said he would hide the two woundedmen I For sale by all druggists.

London Oct. 10.-A noncommissioned in the crypt of his church and WITH PAINT MEANSThe I Subscribe for The Daily SentineL l-7-d4w-lyr

( officer in the Dragoons has put up beds for them. It has a secret
trap door, and was an ancient treas-
sent to a relative a fine descriptionof paint which covers the largest "
ure house of a feudal lord, whose cas-
the work being done by British $ J"
cavalry. hill tle we close saw by.in ruins at the top of the surface-Gives: the longest service Jyearm le.,<

"All our men, in fact the whole
"Then he hid away our saddlery and -Lasts and looks well.
British army, are as fit as a fiddle,
uniforms in the roof of the barn, and School Books and
and the lads are as keen as mustard. SuppliesWill
insisted upon our making a rest cham- THAT'Sfl
There is no holding them back. _At
ber of th etower of his church, which
Mons, we were under General Chet- be our principal business for the neat
;_ was approached by a ladder, whichwe '
wold and horses and men positivelyflew were to pull up to the belfry as 8arrisons'i i week or two. Our trade in this department
at the Germans, cutting through I'
soon as we got there. He smuggled
much heavier mounts and heavier "Town & extends from Tangerine to Lake Poinsette.
Country"
in wine and meat and bread and
men than ours. The yelling and the l 1 I
;
I I cakes, fruit and cigarettes, with plenty and from Orange Center to Lake Pickett We
dash of the Lancers and the Dragoon
Guards was thing never to be for- I of bedding pulled up by a rope. The result of over a Hundred furnieh every school book used in schoolin
i We slept soundly and the owls seemed A any
gotten. We lost very heavily at 4 4I
Mons, and it is a marvel how some l the only other tenants, who resentedour Years Experience. the county, and any furnishing from a
intrusion. No troops passed
of our fellows pulled through and through the village that night. In I K Get our free book "Cause & Effect. slate pencil to seats, desks and musical in-
positively frightened the enemy. We
did some terrible execution, and our '!the morning the cure came round at II It tells you many things you ought to know. struments. We are headquarters for school :
six o'clock and we heard hini say
wrists were feeling the strain of
mass. After that we let down the SOLD BY supplies.
heavy riding before sunset. With j
ladder, and he came up with delicioushot
our tunics unbuttoned, we had the'! W. S. BRANCH
chocolate and a basket of rolls Jos.
Hardware Co. ,
:full and use defense.of our right arms for attack I I and butter. I Bumby ,

"After Mons, I went with a small "Saviours of France" I For the last Twenty-five Years. The Arcade Book and Music Store
"Our horses he had placed in differ-
_, party scouting, and we again en- r
gaged about twenty cavalry, cut off ent stables a mile apart, and put
from their main body. We killed nine, French "fittings" on them, so as to j,
wounded six, and gave chase to the ,deceive the enemy. He thinks we are i

remaining five, who, in rejoining their well away from the main body of the| $8 Charleston and Return
unit, nearly were the means of trap- German army moving in the direction; r $8

ping us. However, our men dispersedand of Paris, but will not hear of our
hid in a wood until they fell in leaving here for at least three days. I VIA"Clyde

with a squadron of the -, and so But I cried, 'Cure, we are deserters!'
reached camp in safety. After that .The old man wept and said, 'Deserters --j

; a smart young corporal accompaniedme r no, no-saviours, saviours; you Line"
have rescued France from the tor-
to reconnoiter, and we went too BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
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far ahead and were cut off in a partof ments of slavery. '
"However, have secured LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
the country thick with Uhlans. we no com-
.. As w$ rode in the direction of plete disguises as French cultivateurs Effective from August 1, 1914 to August e First Class, Meals and Berth IncludedThis

two wounded men were limping along, I-baggy corduroy trousers, blue 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc-
both with legs damaged, one from :shirts, boots, stockings, belt, hat, cra- tion during that time:
the Middlesex and the other from the vat, everything to match-and, as we special rate good on any of the Company's
Lancashire Fusiliers, and so we took have not shaved for two or three I Touring Car $555,00Runabout I I steamers August 22nd to October 17th

then up."Corporal. weeks, and are bronzed with the sun, 505.00F. I inclusive. .
Watherson took one be- I think that the corporal and myselfcan -
B. Orlando. All can fully equipped.Further i
O.
hind his saddle and I took the other. pass anywhere as French peas- i
:7l 5 men were hungry, and tatteredto I ants, if only he wil leave al lthe talk- we will be able to obtain the maximum efficiency I Return Limit 10 Days
ing to me. One thing I must tell in cur factory production, and the minimum cost in our.
shreds with fighting, but in fine purchasing and sales departments if we r-ach an output f
.
spirits. We son came across a small ,you."The 300,000 ears between the above dates. Ships scheduled to sail from J Jacksonville |[every

village and I found the cure a grand I., us two to leave wounded them,soldiers because I don'twish am' the And buyer's rftould .hare we reach from this$"production to $80 per we ear agree(on U or pay about as Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.:... >
sportsman and full of pluck and hos i All pili I.UU) to every retail buyer who purchase a new
He seemed charmed to find' interpreter, and not a soul speaks Ford car between August 1. lilt and August 1. 1515.
pitality. ,
So have retarding these low prices and profit-
in the village. we For further particulars
a friend who was English, and told English explained to the cure that we shall sharing plan, see j For reservations and further particulars apply to?
me that the Germans were dressed in .
the uniforms of British soldiers, stay here until our comrades are able F. G. RUSH,
H. G. WENZEL Fla.
which they took from the dead and to walk, and then the party of four Phone 226 Pass. Agent
out somewhere on
will push our way
*
in order to deceive
from
prisoners
horseback and get to the coast. The 122 \V. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
French villagers, who in many placesin
that district had welcomed these (Continued on page 3.)

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jj We come before the Public through the Press of Orlando, prior to opening our office Monday, October 19th.





We are Sellers of City and CountryProperty: .




We are Buyers of City and Country PropertyWe




are Owners of City and Country Property :



We are Builders of Houses and BungalowsWe




are a General Exchange for all transactions in i




any class. of Real EstateWe



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


We hope by careful attention to the interest of our Clients to build up an enterprise that will be a creditto j

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the community and ourselves.






Orlando Building and Land Co. t



Fred B. Dale 11 North Orange Ave. Opposite San Juan Hotel Davis & Giles, Counsel j

C. H. Bryant F. A. Peppercorn, Contractor II

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BATTLE. STORIES FROM THE morning when we had a brush with| eration, only she Mew up and sank home and safety. When we came in ,I 1 1

FRONT'Continued two destroyers. It was misty and I before any one could be sa\ed. While all the ships manned the side and

they were practically invisible, but I 'I this was going on another ship approached cheered like madmen. NOTICE:.--Owing to the big fall open- 1
( from page 2)). I ing of the Dickson & Ives Co. this
believe they were hit twice before and gave up a broadside, even- j
sacristan at once offered? to be our disappearing in the mist. After that I which was replied to with interest, to Eat all you want. ing, we have postponed the showing of
guide, and it is arranged that we take the effect that she left suddenly fora Eat what you want. I'
we turned and steamed out of it, but Take a postscript and forget it.
carrier's which travels in j previous appointment in a sinking "
a wagon were recalled by an urgent wireless For sale by all druggists.
VENDETTA
this district and drive our horses in from of which "condition, it is believed, and in flames. l-J-d&w-lyr i
message one our ships iI I
This makes three ships in about one
it, and pick up two additional mountsat was in difficulties. Of course, the I

: a larger village on the way to,.the ship was immediately turned, and we II hour's"After actual this fighting.we shot out of T.F.HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.J until tomorrow. We do not want to con
away
coast. proceeded at full speed to the scene Conscientious work at fair prices.
the danger zone and proceedd to Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf, flict with the above mentioned affair and
"We must get back as soon as ever of operations.The I 1
turned to be three- ----------- -- ---- -- as there are a great many who are
we can. Nothing could be kinder than enemy out a -------- ------ very
the people here, but this is not whatwe funnelled cruiser, somewhat larger I desirous of witnessing both the openingand
came to France for, and hanging than us. We immediately openedfire "
THE CHASE & CO "VENDETTA we have arranged
about in a French village is not exactly at a range of 10,000 to 13,000 G
what we came to France for, yards. The enemy replied and matters in such a way that everyone can

and hanging about in a French village steamed away from us, but eventuallywe ; PACKING HOUSE AT -ORLANDOIs j witness both.Remember.
is not exactly what a soldier ran parallel. "
modern with the best up-to- "VENDETTA is an origi-
fully equipped
calls 'cricket. | "Things began to look lively, as we
"You can not imagine how complete were putting shelsl into her at the date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the nal story written by Marie Carelli, and is

he Germans are in the matter ofrapid rate of five every ten seconds, and PROPER PACKING produced by George Kleine. No advancein
transport. Large automobiles, I 6-inch lyddite at that. The shells TO '
FIRST AID prices.
such as the railway companies have have a terrible effect, and fumes from
for towns round Harrogate and Scarborough them kill any one within a range of HIGHEST PRICESwhich

built like char-a-bancs, earth I sixty yards, while they set on fire however, would not accomplish the end desiredby
ry esoldiers in batches of fifty, so everything near them. Presently she !
have available the
the grower, if he did not also ser-
pat they are as fresh as paint when was seen to be on fire, and a few min-
vices
hey get to the front. But in pointf I utes afterwards abeautifully placed GRAND

numbers I think one of our side is'I I shell put "paid" to two of her fun- ofTHE CHASE & CO .
bi fair match for four of the enemy. nels. All amidships was now a rag-

I'hope that the British public are be-:I ing fire, and the end came when her SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
pining to understand what this war I I mainmast went by the board. We TODAY"Trinkets
jneans. The German is not a toy ter- I immediately ceased fire and altered which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, expe- ;
I
ier, but.a. bloodhound absolutely our course, going close to her. rienced, competent and reliable.
[hirsty for blood." 'I "My! what a sight she was! The GIVES THE GROWER
I Corporal F. Wiskin, of the 9th fire amidships had made two of the "
HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS of
Tragedy
Lancers, in a letter to a friend, describes I funnels red hot, and flames and smoke ,
the action in which the cav- were pouring out of her. Her portside
Llry took part on August 24th: I I I was like a sieve. Every gun CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED An Essanay special feature, complete '<
I "This last two weeks," he says, "we was smashed and bent, some looking GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS in two parts with Francis X. Bushman,

pave had it very hard. For the past round corners, some on their sides- winner of the "World's /
Popular Player
len days we have had about fourteen in fact her whole upper deck was CEEJ SE: & co., ,
ours' sleep, and,of course we do not chaos. contest playing the lead. An exceptional
leel up to much. We had a terrible "The fore bridge was a tangledmass Main Office, Jacksonville FloridaA. picture.:
lay last Monday week, when we of iron work while the wire R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. I II
barged the German guns. We were: stays from the foremast were swing- I 930d&wfftliilllllllMMIIIIIIillMMtttOMIHMIIIilMilMtt 1

nder heavy shell fire for five hours, ing in the air. What she was like : "Batty Bill and the Suicide Club )
Ind could not move. The longer we inside, heaven alone knows. ,
tayed trying to get cover the more "We passed within two hundred
luns worked round our flanks. We yards of her, and the only living be- MtMMIIMMUMMMMIHIMIIMMMMIIIIIIIIIIIM. A screaming comedy.

I'ere in a real death trap, and I ings on the upper deck were one man I
iiought my last day had come. It on the quarter deck and what looked I! ..South Apopka Nurseries.. ; Another good picture. I'I'I

1-as hell on earth. We had nothing like a couple of officers standing under -
|>. do but to run the gauntlet three what had bene the fore bridge. All the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange ; ;
mes. During those few hours I had :Many of them had jumped overboard, ; ; Trees, thrifty, well-rooted and clear of all diseases. ; ; The whole town is talking about f

ljur different horses, each being shot and, of course, were rescued, but New Catalogue and History of the Citrus 'Family "THAT ORCHESTRA." Hear it;! Watch
nder but I totaled officers and FREE. Address
me escapped without a these only seven o
trateh." seventy-nine out of a crew of 400 or it grow!

I A member of the crew of H. M. S. 500. .South Nurseries. "
Apopka Don't forget tomorrow"VENDETTA. -
outhampton, which played such'a "After this heavy firing was heard .. ..

laliant part in the fight off .Heligond ahead and we shot off again. The OCOEE, ,FLORIDA ." A marvelous production in five big
writes to his parents as fo enemy this time'was another cruiser: 9-4-tf 2IMMMIIMMMIillillllinitMltlili reels. No advance in prices.
ftwst- similar to the previous one, and
-I"We' started the first thing in the steaming in line, we repeated the op- Mil iM
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THE DAILY wretch, and that wives refused to What long he'd wished to i
elope. "There is no news" comes t I I ii i ii
Soak Florida Sentinel when the tragic, the morbid elementis iI i
He saw a fat man make a face I
MORNING. AND WEEKLY missing for a while. Unconsciously -
That took the prize for I
Constant Reader has
perhaps
i
JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owaei
And hurried home to tell his
come to look for the thriller, the story i
Entered at the poctoffiec at Orlando. FIor. that carries sorrow and tears-for He'd seen the. .famous j
ida. a> Second Clau Mail Matter. .
somebody or marks the close of an
existence. It is a fact familiar to most i iI I
SUBSCRIPTION RATES unhappy
t Daily. 1 Year $3.00 "There is no news" is a brief, bright I icans that what is usually called I
Daily. Month ..... 2.60Dailr.
8 Month ..... 1.25 respite in the sad chronicle of unhap-i "national hymn," America, is in I
Daily, 1 Month ...99 II
piness and disaster that clouds even ity all borrowed from the
Weekly. 1 Year SL& the pleasantest days of men.o I. national hymn. Several
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Weekly. Months ... .75 I I
have been made to popularize

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN SIDELIGHTSBy other of our well known hymns
ADVANCETO I national use, but so far these
I
ADVERTISERS ( W. S. Branch) have all been fruitless.
There is an urgent need for more is some comfort to know that we
Opy for.dUpUy ut be handed and all in at tfcer the kaadMadrertialnc huinew ; seats around Lake Eola. The writer partially paid the English, or
fated the Sentinel not later than Z p. .. walked nearly around the lake on even with them, whichever way
I t the* chance day bcfor far.al contract lit.ti.advertidar This, rule;applies it I* Sunday afternoon and could not finda look at it, by the fact that so
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. vacant seat on which to rest. In a authority as the London Daily

Subscribers desiring The Seentmel discontinued few weeks time there will be ten or says that the marching song that'Y'
should notify the office in writing on fifteen times as many people prome- more in use than any other .
the date of expiration otherwise it will he
continued at the regular subscription rates nading around the lake as were thereon I the present terrible' war, is as
until notice to top is received. Sunday. There should be an abund- and is sung to the old tune of "

ance of seats for all who wish to sit. Brown's Body:"
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1914. .
John Bull's Army's got a

They are getting so noisy again hand to lend,
} Look out for the fake advertiserand down in Mexico that it may be neces- John Bull's Army's got a
do it now. sary for Mr. Wilson to send John defend,
o Lind down there again to teach thema I John Bull's Army's got the WE BEG RESPECTFULLY
While women are styled the weaker lesson on keeping their mouths pride to bend,

< vessel, men are more often. broke.o shut. So his boys go marching along.
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Dark brown will be stylish next Some people don't have to announce that our
enough
We asked Mr. W. A. Doan,
; but few call it good taste.
year, men to and
money count some have too
I
of Mrs. L. G. Starbuck, how he
o much. Philip Frey, People's National
enjoyed his summer in the East.
crow's !
Too people develop
many bank messenger, says: "Gee, I'm so replied, "Not welL Some
feet under the eyes without sufficient tired of seeing I very
I
money, hope never weather was the most GRAND FALLOPENING
s : caws. see a bill again. I have been count- have every known in my life." : :
0 all I
ing Asked if he
money day.
life Mr. Doan has been familiar with
Some women choose a single would not be
willing to count it on
weather for 87 his
,
for fear the man they get will leada halves he years
"Oh
replied: yes, that worth considering. The worst : :
double one. would be different. As it is, I don'teven er since 1827 must be some Ot .
o get the trimmings from the weather. Glad we remained in
Some men prefer an automobileover bills."
a horse because a garage smells ida and escaped it.
e. *
better than a livery stable. Movie Millineryand
MakersA
o We noticed Editor C. E.
Four thousand eight hundred and child sat in a movie tent out with his family for a ride in
Floridians draw To elevate his mind:
seventy pensions -
amounting to $1,069,841.60. He saw a lady shoot a gent- II
And went away refined!
g '
Cain possibly didn't realize what he -New York Sun.
Grade Ready to Wear
High PropertyI -
was starting when he hit Abel over He saw a wiley Indian chief
the head with a pine knot. Sneak up and biff a picket,
o And said, "I would almost as lief
Aid the cotton growers and your Have had him scalp a ticket." have recently purchased the Saunders place

own pocket book by sleeping under Youngstown Telegram. situated corner N.'Orange and Concord avenues will fake place on

cotton blankets this winter. and it for sale at LESS than its value.
He saw a thug with blackjack fell am offering
----o--
When some other nation has a big A man with one neat blow; The lot fronts on Orange avenue 100 feet, and hasa

army or navy it is militarism, but Then went home satisfied to tell frontage on Concord avenue of 240 feet. Orange Wednesday Next Oct. 14An

when you have it it- is self defense. and grape-fruit trees and ornamental shrub- ,

Antwerp will have to pay one hun- llllllMMIilMMtllillMT. bery. Dwelling house in good condition *id has

dred million dollars for the privilegeof F. HOURfflAN i aril modern conveniences. Garage. Streets on

allowing the German army to en- both sides paved whhbrick.} See me if interested.
ter the city after shooting it full of Licensed Plumber and

holes. Sanitary Engineer exhibition oi the newest
o f Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
;. They say there hasn't been so much Promptly l Attended to. SSY.WAYInsurance :! ot the new
excitement in Boston since the teaparty PHONE 629

of 1775. But what village 106 Court Street !
wouldn't go mad with its team win- I. and Real Estate Agent On Living Models

ning three straight from the world's ; ORLANDO, FLORIDA I I4jllm I

champions. PHONE 172 I II I
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Editor Frank Kellow of the Fort I TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 13, 1914

Myers Press is trying to aid the cot-
IIIIIIIIIII III I from 8.30 p.m. to 10
p.m,
ton growers and has been wearing a
pair of socks the past two or three

about weeks.November He hopes 1st.o to make a change 111Ji & Kodak i Finishing |



Any boy who smokes cigarettes in FILMS, 10 CENTS A ROLL A Cordial Invitation to all
Miami is doing so because of the via
lation of a law. Is there no one interested -
: PH..A.Rl\4ACY:
enough in the,matter to see Me1DL1ROY'S

:- that the law breakers are punished? ... . . . . . . . . . . . . ' No Cards.
-Miami Metropolis.Just .

o [;" 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M i 1 1 i 1 1 1 M" 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ''"
to be contrary the Tampa
; Times predicted that the Braves


""t would Athletics.contrariness tax capture would If the the with not Times series the have coin had from been the backedits the the income Tour Gran lath r R in a H r Car .. <-, .


least of troubles next year.

o ,
Thought woman suffrage was confined -
- to the wild and woolly west, A slow moving vehicle adequate in its day, that has dissap- .i .. .

f with a slight outbreak in Illinois, buta peared because it could not meet the modern problem of carry-
Connecticut exchange shows that
: we were mistaken. In the town elec- ing many people over long distances.
tion in East Haven, Conn., the other
. day it is solemnly stated that the Your Grandfather had a Big Heavy Watchnot
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total number voting was 298 men and
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48 women. --- much of a timekeeper and very expensive in upkeep Per-

o haps for sentimental reasons you are wearing it to-day. You are

"THERE IS NO NEWS" wrong. You are risking the loss of a valued heirloom without any 4':'

"There is no news." A plaint not resulting advantage. On the contrary, hindered by its inaccuracyyou
F heard and often true
that infrequently comes from the readers of daily are handicapped in your use of many other modern facilities.

newspapers. They pay their money Filled Gold Watchesthey
and in return demand an ample meas- Buy One of Our Handsome $25

ure of shockers, something aside from light durable accurate and economical in upkeep.We .
the ordinary routine of their business are ,

and social activities. If they don't feature the Elgin watch. _
find the unusu*!, the exciting, the ab- H

sorbingly interesting thing in their DICKSONIYES CO.
favorite journal they are naturally !

disappointed.But .
"there is no news," like every- T. H. EVANSJEWELER .
thing else under he sun, has its other
angle. It often means that the card DEPARTMENTAL STORE
game between friends the other night

broke up without any revolver play, :
that the drawbridge was closed as it ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEt'I"III"II'IIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIII'I.
Florida
should be when the train crossed the Orlando Orange Avenue

river; that the steamer channel was
clear of that bichloride of
i icebergs;
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M.M.MJ.M.O.I M.l.l.l U Ml i
mercury had claimed no other poor HUH .i..
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i Mr. M. S. Moreman, of Switzerland, '1111111111I MISCELANEOUSTWO --- aio=ElCi1 ;

Fla, who is largely' interested in s
WADE citrus culture in various parts of the iFAVORTE THEATRE; ; :MULE TEAMS for sale; large; "Get it at Allen's"Ringshave

) THE TUNER state, is spending today in Orlando a seven years old and in excellent
condition. Box 272. 10-13-3t
guest at the San Juan hotel. I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. II
OBLANDO, FLA. .
Admission 5 cents I WANTED--Japan persimmons; also
Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Fullam, of New grapefruit and oranges. N. Fran- I

York city, arrived in Orlando last cisco, at Duckworth's former shoe
Jlr. Henry Harvey returned yester- evening and will spend several daysin 1111111111111111111111111.TODArS store, Orange avenue. 10-12-2t
i2y from a business trip to Atlanta, the located PROGRAM
city. They are pleasantly -
WANTED-Couple without children
Ga. at the San Juan hotel. Joker. "Shults the Paper Hanger." desires small cottage or apartmentof
An uproar from start to finish, fea- 3 or 4 unfurnished rooms, in good
You can add new business to your The Zarrow's "American Girl" com- turing Max Asher. location, equipped for light house-
adver- Rex. Bob Leonard and Ella Hall keeping. First floor preferred. Ad- I
present business by judicious I IWe
which arrived in Orlando of Souls. Pro
pany yes- in "The Symphony dress L. R. P Of care A. C. L. freight
tising. terday from West Palm Beach for aweek's duced by Robert Leonard and Floyd office, or phone 50. 12-lt

engagement at the Orlando Ingraham. His
Mrs. J. A. Abberger left yesterdayfor Joker. "How Green Saved
WANTED-Servant to
girl or woman
house their head-
opera are making salt air comedy with Ernest -
A
where she will Wife. cook wash dishes wash and iron
,
Ind ,
Indianapolis, Cu-
!quarters at the Orland hotel.. Shields. Produced by Grace
visitrelatives. for family of three; also to sweep and
_
I nard. dean three to have break-
up rooms;
I Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Gore and daughter c GETTIER SAXTON fast by 5:30 in morning; dinner at a large as. ;,,
Mrs. L. R. Baker, of Maitland, was Miss Elsie, and son, Master Ar- 12:30, and supper at 6 p. m. J. W. 11 El

among the pleasant shoppers visiting I thur, returned yesterday from Battle Cain. 10-12-1w soctment of beautiful I Y' _
Orlando yesterday.Miss At noon yesterday a very pretty .i.:. I tj ...<1)):-oJ
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Creek, Mich. Mrs. Gore and the chil- the homeof .
solemnized at
wedding was LOST-Sunday, coat to Palm Beach
will dren spent about two months in the Mrs. J. W. Gettier on North Or- suit, between Rock Lake Farm, on designs in solid god! l$
:Matha Weeks return tonight
breakfast food city and were joinedby avenue when her daughter, :Miss Kentucky street, via Colonial Drive, iyir
from Fayetteville, N. C., where Mr. Gore about a month ago. ange Elma, was united in marriageto Magnolia avenue and Marks street from seventy fi v e
she has been visiting for the past Mary and Fern Creek avenue. Finder leavein
months. Mr. Edward Bryant Saxton, of rear 49 West Church street and
three AUTO THIEVES GET YEAR ON Indianapolis, Ind. receive reward. J. Schnarr. cents up.
COUNTY ROADS 10-13-2d-lw
was tastefully
The drawing room
Trespass signs printed on cloth in decorated with flowers and ever- U We would be pleased .
stock and for delivery, 10 cents
ready George Kennon and,Jack Brownlee and presented a lovely scene W. SI. SLEMONSWe
greens
each. $1.00 a dozen postpaid. The pleaded guilty yesterday before JudgeT. have just opened and will be
when the' nuptial knot was tied by at time to
Sentinel, Orlando. glad to show our new fall stylesof any
of you
P. Warlow of the criminal court of the :Meth- n n
Dr. J. E. Wray, pastor men's hats, bought from John B.
Brick was being hauled to Boone record to the theft of an automobile odist church. Miss Norma Gettier, Stetson Co. Price $3.00, $3.50 $4.00 show you these rings.
and were- each given one year on the sister of the bride, was maid of honor and $5.00. 10-4-10t

street yesterday preparatory to pav- roads. The stolen car was the prop- and Mr. Eston Crowder, of Tampa, a u U

ing that. short but important thor- erty of Mrs. Marie Lewis, proprietorof cousin of the bride, was best man. To be convinced of the producing I

oughfare.Mrs. the Magnolia House, and was Miss Florida Howard rendered Men- power of Sentinel want ads.-try one. t
taken about nine o'clock Sunday march the
delssohn's wedding as
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C. W. Smith returned yester the thieves being captured be-
I night, bridal party entered the drawingroom ; ..MMIIMIIIilllilllHIM. Allen&Co
day afternoon on the Tampa Special
fore they got to Sanford with it. and her brother, Mr. Herbert
from Nashville, Mich.: where she
Brownlee waiter at the Magnolia
was a the bride .
Gettier,
f gave away.A
spent several weeks with relatives.Mr. and Kennon a boarder there,
I delightful luncheon was servedto McCULLOCU'SDepartment JewelersPolish
I both having been in the city for several the bridal party and guests imme-

E. A. Douglas, clerk of the circuit -I days. They were fairly well diately following the ceremony, the

court of Seminole county, was I dressed and intelligent looking young bride's cake forming the beautiful III "EVERYTHING GUARANEEED"
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among the Sanfordites spending yes- :fellows not more than twenty-two or centerpiece for the luncheon table, Store !
terday in the city. twenty-three years of age, and did
and the repast was served by :Misses

not look particularly repentant when :Mary Rock, Berta Beacham, Clara lib .d]
Do not send a letter or bill away by they were taken to the county con- Holland and Guilda Happersett.The ==01:1.:

mail unless your name and address is I vict camp yesterday afternoon. bride has been a resident of Jelly Tumblers
i
printed on the envelope. Ask us about I Orlando for several years and has a

the price. Don't cost much. 'NEW FIRM WILL BE LOCATED IN host of friends who will join in good u ;.; ; I
ROCK BUILDING fijj
I' wishes for her happiness. Mr. Sax- Fruit Jars ; ; "'

Mr. W. J. Edwards, fruit inspectorfor ton'is cashier of the Fletcher National -
I The Singer Sewing Machine company -
this district, arrived in Orlando bank of Indianapolis, and is one of
i has moved its offices and show
last night from Ocala, and is spend that city's most prominent young all kindsPreserving
i I room from the Rock building, corner
Your
ing today in this section looking over business men. Silver
Orange avenue and Oak street, to
the situation. Mr. and Mrs. Saxton left for Tam-
s I Pine street, and the quarters vacatedby
pa on the one o'clock train where they Silver Cream
them are being remodeled. As : Wrights ElectroSilicon. -
Mr. R. B. F. Roper, a former well ,' soon as the work is completed Field were tendered a dinner at the Coun- I. [ Kettles

known citizen of Orange county, but & Company will open a confectioneryand try club last night by Mr. Eston : .
now a resident of New Smyrna, is I Crowder. They will return to Or-
cold drink store, and it will be
visiting Orlando. He is accompanied : lando in a few days, and leave for
of the nicest in the
by Mrs. Roper. one city. their future home in Indianapolis, South Orange Avenue ; Pick Your Teeth

I YACHTFRAMLIN** AT SAVAN- stopping at St. Augustine en route N

Mr. John E. Merrill, one of Orange NAHA for a brief stay.DICKSONIVES. With the Gold Medal ToothpicksPotted
---- -
r county's oldest and prominent citi-'j -

zens, was in Orlando yesterday from I card to the Sentinel from Mr. COMPANY'S FALL VENEER CORESALL

Plymouth, looking after business af- ; Ralph Yearby, mailed at Savannah OPENINGThe

..fairs. Saturday night, says the "Framlin"is LENGTHS AND ANY Plants Cut Flowers Funeral '
anchored there for three or four fall opening of the Dickson- QUANTITY :
and that the is the Ives company on Wednesday, October Special prices for October. Decorations. -
Mrs. S. A. Johnson and daughter, days party seeing Stock up before cold weather. Designs, Wedding I
Mrs. Thomas Brodwater, who have sights. They hope to be in Charleston 14th, will be one of the most distinctive FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND .

been visiting Chicago and other by next Sunday and everybodyon departmental store openings ever Also
board is well and enjoying the held in Southern Florida. Especiallythe OAK WOOD I
northern cities, returned home yes-
terday afternoon.Mr. voyage. dry goods, ladies' ready to wear Orlando Wood YardB. : THE SANITARY GROCERY
and gents' furnishings, will be a display -
CARUTHERS & GORE
JUST WAIT A WHILE of the newest and most stylishto W. Kingsley, Proprietor
Ted Williams, of Tampa, rep- be seen anywhere. The people of PINE STREET AND R. R. Phone 200 '

resenting the Clyde Glenn company, The Tampa Tribune says that hoboes Orlando and the surrounding country Telephone 344
class novelties, is 9-30 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
high advertising
and mendicants have cut Tampaoff should arrange to be in this city on
spending today in Orlando in the in-I the Southern circuit, common belief i that date. ,+tlllllllllllliiiillilMtlllllMIHIIHMiMIMHHave ....

. terest of his company. being by reason of the fact that I I

i the advance guard of which, until last If you want to learn to sew, join
Mrs. S. A. Robinson and daughter, I i season, drifted into South Florida the dressmaking class taught by Miss 111111111111111111111111111

Miss Claire, who have been spending I early in October, had not shown. up Echols. Pupils make their own clothes '
the summer in Michigan, arrived '!there. under the supervision of :Miss Ech-

home yesterday. En route home they Just you wait. There are more of ols, she being responsible for the fit

stopped off for a week at Chattanooga them "passing through" and "hang- and style of garments. Tapestries,

and Lookout Mountain. ing around" than was ever known be- oil, water colors, and china painting

I fore. There was a bunch of twentyone taught by Miss Echols. Studio in

Miss Edith Gerard and Mr. Casper -I corralled Friday night and theyare Watkins building. Hours from 8:30to

Topliff, respectively niece and son taking everything not nailed 5. Call and see her work. 11-6t

of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Topliff, of the II down. They "swiped" an automobileoff

Orland Hotel company, and Orlando Orange avenue, but were over- Mr. W. G. Sparkman, of Palmetto,

Restaurant company, arrived last hauled at Sanford and are now in dur- spent Sunday in Orlando, en routeto You ElectricalTROUBLES

evening from Kansas City, after a !: ance vile. The lock-ups and jails are Baltimore, a guest of his brother,

three months visit with relatives and i so full that there is no room for H. C. Sparkman, at 305 East Jack-
friends. i I home folks. I I son street.

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satisfaction absolutely. A

most talked about car in the world today, guarantee

will be on the market in a few days, and we i v

expect our first shipment October 25th. An

8 cylinder 2, 5 or 7 passenger Cadillac for .1

$1,975.00 f.o.b. factory.

A J JS
OVERLANDWe 1



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CARDINAL FERRATA PAPAL -Horse, 14 hands high, 8
,uIn.ber
sound and La-ths and Shingles
SECRETARY OF STATE gentle, weighs ,
Y ; price $135. Richard Car-
IS DEAD ==- Mary, Fla. 10-ll-3t

Rome, Italy, Oct. 10.-Cardinal FOR SALE
Dominic Ferrata, the papal secretary Rent Notice eit .1 cash business. 208 South NAZI* LUMBER
Orange Avenue
of state died today. We. for
Realty and Seed Co.
Cardinal Ferrata had been crit- IS words '
ically ill for several weeks. It was the .!
announced early this morning that inacrticn AND SELLERS 0ORLANDO

death was inevitable within a few
hours. FOR rent, and exchange real
fectly resided in Orlando,Fla.,
Call
Have handled over
GERMAN SUBMARINE SUNK BY avenue. Call and see me.
BRITISH WAS ANTIQUATEDBerlin Jr.-FOR F. A. LEWTER. Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime

THIS WEEK
,.-Germany, via wireless to
Egg Place to Save Money MlllllliilllllllHIMM IMttiMMMIIHMIHimilMMMIMI
Sayville, L, I., Oct. 10. It is an- gave 94
the counry Eggs, per
nounced here today that the German Church

torpedo boat destroyer which was FOR Pears for cooking and
sunk recently off the mouth of the peck. :E3-USJ: ESS'
river Ems by a British submarinewas $5000 the best, 20c. to 25c doz.
308 of the finest 30c. doz.
the No. 116. She was built in per
Grapes,Grapes, 25c. basket.
1902 and was antiquated. FOR the best Maryland stock
Nearly all members of her crew tate

were saved by German warships. nice Church the finest, 20c per doz. Important friendships result from the right introduction, and
lOc. per doz. -
Grapefruit, and fruit of the most important ones come through the right banking con-
HEFLIN DENOUNCES MANN AS FOR Visit the little store and be
UNWORTHY SEAT IN HOUSE of 1200.black as quality and prices will nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We
call again.

Washington, Oct. 10.-A bitter exchange 9-18-tf C. E. W. Church SPECIALTY Street CO. invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-

in the house today between FOR est is taken in depositor.ORLANDO .
every
Republican Leader Mann and Repre- writer
sentative Heflin of Alabama, culmi- rough's r
nated in the Alabama representative two

denouncing Mr. Mann as unworthy of ard gains on Cathedral School BANK & TRUST CO.
his seat and demanding that the J. C.
house take up his charge for consid- 10-9-tf
FLORIDA
erations. ,ROOM known as Pell-Clark School ''IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIII:
tion
;
TO LIFE SAVERS ily. 202 OCTOBER
GIVE $18,000 ----- -

and Day School for GirU- " " "HHH' ::Hy! .. : il I i 11 1I e
Washington, Oct. 10.-Supt. Kim- For Special CoaraecPrimary.. : : : :: :: iniiiii ::::::::::: :::
Fruit and Academic Grade*-
ball of the United States life saving Elocution-PII7 cal Culture
service received two checks for $500 years Vigorous SeleneA"mirable-Climate Healthful Situation .1
each today from two sisters living in 9-23-2m ._ Life-Capable Teacher. CLOTHINGOur

New York city, whose names the de-
FOR P. Cobia BUhop Mann
partment refuses to make public. For i I President.
the last eighteen years these two wo- present I
men have been sending like amountsto 750 to ;
Washington to be used for Christ-' ready new stock of
for disabled surfmen and one and
mas gifts
Price, $


tal their coasts.amount families Today's received along check$18,000.makes the American the to- tle.178 FOR, S.is her now Cohoon dressmak-located has | Tall, and Winter Clothing j jj ,



7: STOMACH MISERY FOR 4, Way building,
store

3: Mi-o-na Will You Quickly of Indigestion and Safely Rid store. avenue invites, where all | j | Made by SCHLOSS BROS., is coming in .|

c When your stomach is out of order .
your food lies like a lump of lead fermenting Rooms needing anything i and anxious for to our i
: we are see :
and surely causing that feel- ern, up wearing apparel ; you
ing of fulness, sour taste in the nished; ;

many mouth,other coated warning tongue signs, bilousness of indiges-, and Watkins.den, call and see her. III New Styles, and high class tailoring. Best |

tion, which is often a dangerous ail

.p ment.It is needless for you to suffer, for are FOR a'W' i | place in the city to buy clothing.
any druggist can supply you with ling out Estate Boughtand
Jtii-o-na, a harmless and efficient rem shine
edy for all bad stomachs. These sale at
small tablets give almost immediateand as a Sold.
joyful relief, while a few days'
treatment strengthens and stimulatesthe FOR W. M. SLEMONIMIIHiMIIHIIIItMIIMtlMltO :
digestive system. The flow of gas- Desk Lots $100; $1.00 cash
tric juices is increased then your food tle.
week Lot
per buys a
is properly digested; sour and gassy Building
stomach, sick headaches, restless
nigts and other distressing symp- COLLECTED. ltMtMtMM < MHMHMI > CMOMMIIMilllOM.
toms quickly vanish.If " 'IIIIIIIIII"III'III"II'IIIII"'I" < ltMMOmi >etBICililllMtfMMI38MMMIiillMIMiM
suffering any stomach distressdo Second
not wait-let Mi-o-na give you Bros.* HATCHER
lasting relief. McElroy's Pharmacysell 10-11-lw < r MIII IC frS 9IMIMM.Ill \t
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you it are with not guarantee satisfied.of money backif FOR ,FLORIDA


RUSSIANS T&T HOLD MUCH OF HUNGARY terms.worth ; at. O.Pinehurst Box 281 ParkP. J ;.::e9 ;; I


10-10-4t 10-8-lm .


Rome, Italy, via London, Oct. 9.-
In replying to the statement from
Vienna that the Russians have been FOR 418 Want a Good 5O Japanese Matting

completely driven out of Hungary the
Russian ambassador to Italy declared in the Country ?

F today that Russian forces now occupythe s
light
entire province of Bukowina sev- for Rugs 9x12
en-eights of Galicia and one-fifth of state
Hungary, all the passes in the Carpa- H. A.
containes some at-
thian mountains and the Hungariantowns FOR very

of Ungvar, Munkaos and Szi- both in city and
get, in the eastern part of Hungary $8..78
9-25-lm .
between And we will be
thirty and forty miles from

the Galician border. submit them to you.

Mr. C. C. Killer shipped by mail double. who have property to sell ON SALE H

Monday morning twelve Red
Spanish W we invite you to call at
and twelve Abaka pienapple slips to a good
the government station in the Ha- list your property with

waiian' Islands. The government work do in same courteous treatment Monday and Tuesday
; agent was here some time ago and help
furnished franks for the shipment of ences. all of our business
j the slips, as the only pineapples you
and h be extended to
you.
grown in the islands are the smooth
Cayennes, and these samples are for what C.

whether experimental other purposes varieties will to grow determine suc- Park & Atha Kincaid & Snowdeni

cessfully there.-Fort Pierce News. Heavy : Orange Are. Ground Floor I

4 foot Phone No. 311
FOR SALE used poles. Low Priced Furniture House. I

Narsery stock one, two, three and Orlando
;3 f Pineapple.ur year Java old buds ttotnosassa.; Fester Wash-Early, FOR TRAINS-5 \ \ Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida j jM

ington Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahlew rooms. I 0 M ? 11 I M I I I f 111 T :t f 1 f f I ; 0:f) Q: I 0 M (I M I) i
Apopka Fla. Phone 2222. 313tfDon't Apply NORTH AND WEST .. !!! !! \ \ \ ' : 't \ I toro+++4d MMOM+:.
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wait for every one In town to or FLYER" A. B. MOOREPlain
"
have Entrican. the painter, before Wright's I LIMITED" Dudley Matthews
you try. Am too busy to look you E LIMITED"
? up. Phone 636, and I will be on the W A "'TG03IERY ROUTE" and Decorative Painting
job. 1-20-tf to ARCHITECTURAL AND GENERAL
LIMITED"
ATLANTIC
Paperhanging and
Kalsominin
call at "
Who is your painter and deeoratGr"U Cars from Chicago St. DRAFTING.Blue I
you are.satisfied keep the one you Louisville, and in- Pat- DR. L H. RAMSDELL First-class work srood material and
have:, if not, phone W. T. Entrican. FOR points to Jacksonville,Fla. Printing and Map Work. and OPTOMETRIST reasonable prices. No jjb too large ''1
show cards
Ne. 636. 1-20-tf ent office drawing or too smalL Drop me a postal, and ',
Lake ; DINING CARS general commercial art. Perspectives (Successor to Dr. O. P. Likim: ) we will talk it over. I
Via in color or flat washes. ,:I
Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's 8-27-tf ORLANDO. FLORIDAWE <
'TIC COAST LINE ROOM '
l2Yolre11Duckworth
Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf WA Railroad of the South Building FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES A. B. MOORE 1

KIRKLAND, D.P.A.
k First class Brazing a specialty at Reel's Tampa, Fla. PHONE 542: AND DO ALL KINDS OF P. O. Box 524 Orlando
Warman's Repair Shop o : Court St. avenue W. FRITOT D.P.A. 9-lo-dAwtf i
,z 12-5-tf. Bay Sk, Jacksonville, Fla. I 1 l OPTICAL REPAIRING 10-9-lm



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OF J. E. AMOLD 1
CONWAY NURSERIESGROWERS

Orlando, Fla., Oct. 5, 1914. TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD J
Whereas, The Great Ruler of the AND DEALERS IN
Universe in His infinite wisdom has -
called from our midst our worthy I j All Leading Varieties of Citrus Trees ; COOK WITH GAS
brother, Past Grand :Master J. E. I
Arnold, who died September 16th, R. T. PEEL, Proprietor.Local 4
1914, in Atlanta, Ga.; therefore, be it Salesman
Resolved by Orlando Lodge No. 20I. Glen St. Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATE \ '

O. O. F.: Box 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida. 6. Speed
First, That we have lost a most 1. Convenience
924tfitiillMMMIiMIMIiiiiMMMMiMliltMIIIMMM
brother lived ;
worthy member. Our
his life upon the great principles of 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency
Odd Fellowship. He was faithful in
attendance upon the meetings of the 8. Safety
order, whenever able to do so, and 3. Cleanliness
was a good worker in the degree 9. Perfect Regulationof
THE OLD RELIABLE
staff, and was always showing a fra- 4. S. lici.ty .
ternal interest in everything pertain- of Heat -

ing to the welfare of the order. DANN'S TRANSFER'Dr. 5. Accessibility
10.
Second, That we tender our sincere Economy

sympathy to the bereaved family, B. D. WIENANGA, Prop.
trusting that the recollection of his .
noble life, and the sure hope of a glo- :
rious reunion'in the hereafter in the Livery, Draying and HaulingWE 5. ACCESSIBILITYGas
house not made with hands, may

prove an unfailing source of com is accessible to everyone living on streets reached by .J

fort.Third, That a copy of these resolu- GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE ti our 18 miles of mains. ,
tions be spread upon the minutes at

our lodge records, a.copy be sent to We bring the pipe to the curb free of charge and. run the J.
the family of our late brother, and AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
,
also a copy be furnished to the daily line into your house at cost.
papers of the city and the Fraternal i
Record for publication. Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited We also sell the best appliances on the easiest of terms to;all

mittee.Respectfully submitted by the com- HORSES FOR SALE people of good credit.If 'J


F.CHAS.C. HELMS.PHILLIPS.P. 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida you are not now using Gas it will pay you to investigate. 1

F. LAUBACH.

Orlando, Fla., Oct. 9, 1914. I !
To the Officers and :Members of Welcome I
Lodge No.9, Knights of MMMMIIOMiiMMM i ICCOHIIitHllilMllltSPRAY <- ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

Whereas Pythias:, The Supreme Chancellorof NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE !
GAS DEPARTMENT
the Universe in His infinite wis- t SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY
dom has seen fit to remove from our
midst our brother, J. E. Arnold; :k: M+ ill- MIMIMMM''
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therefore, be it Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale, Rust Mite
Resolved, That Welcome Lodge No. and Red Spider that is hit. Removes sooty mold iMIMIMIIIIMMMIMilllMMItMlltlHIM
9, nights of Pythias, recognizes that 11 and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September 11111111111111111.
in the death of Brother Arnold it has
'
and October are two of the best months for
lost one of its most useful members,
he having been an active member for spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents insects .
many years, and rendered long and I from sapping trees all winter, and brings them ,,
useful service in the various offices out in a good healthy condition in the spring, thus
he so long and efficiently filled, beingone I insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom.J. .
of the trustees of the lodge at the s-
time of his death. Be it further
SCHNARR & CO. Orlando Florida.
Resolved, That this Lodge extendsto ,

the bereaved family of our late Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure the White Fly '
brother its sincere sympathy in this I Fungi. 9-9 D. and W 2-M ;
their hour of sorrow. Be it further I
Resolved, That a page in our book' lllmlllllllllll III IIIIIIII
of records be set apart as memorialto 1 _
his memory, and that a copy of '
these resolutions suitably engrossedbe ,
furnished to the family of our lamented -

' mittee Respectfully on brother.resolutions.W. submitted. by the com- Tb B Bola Packing[ C Coffipally I .


R. O'NEAL,
1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON
N. P. YOWELL, ,
E. G. DUCKWORTH

Committee.If Packers and Shippers of Citrus : : 11 H)rsepawerGUARANTEED: Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic

you want your bicycle fixed in '. ', Mechanical Oil[ Pump, Step'Starter'and 66 Refinements
a hurry take it -to Warman's Repair Fruits and Vegetables.

Shop. 12-5-tf. 8275.00 ,
I will operate alone under above name and shall ap- t ti

FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING preciate the business of all who have and any who have & 129 Orange Ave.,
At 208 Hilpert I
East Robinson avenue. Misses Wright
in the last three For informa-
Berke, formerly with Miss Hovermale. not patronized me years. Orlando Fla.
10-3-1m tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossingof 1 .
Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure .iltllMlltHtllMlltlliMIIIIIIIMIHItlillttiHIMIIIMMilll -i I
T.F. HOURIHAN,Licensed Plumber.
Conscientious work at fair prices. building, which I am equipping with Mauld's latest ma- TREES FOR SALE LIST YOUR PROPERTY
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 823tfOSTEOPATHY and consequently give service I I- LAUNDRY
chinery can you same
The Terra Ceia Nurseries have for Your general
with while I have the timeto laundry French
me now
which has always spoken for itself. sale the Walters (Florida Standard) ,dry cleaning, and pressing will be ;
variety of grapefruit, from one to look it over and familiarize myself !predated. Satisfaction 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 I I guaranteed. Open September and service
lemon roots number of sales last winter 28th.
old
distribution. four years rough ; largest Phone 654. Reel's Steam
and the Heart's Tardiff orange one and expect to do even better this win- for whites only. Laundry_
DR. J. C HOWELL year old buds oa 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, 3-5. and by appointment Manager. condition. sale by putting it off. Call todayat Up to date painting, papering, etc,
No extra charge tor noose treatment ,TERRA CEIA NURSERIES, my new offices in the Watkins is the kind you want. Where to get
mAIIIII..I.IIIIIIIIII..IIII.I.IIIIIIII..II. Terra Coin Florida.J. building and list your property. it? That's phone
Telephone connection I' .- C. Rowell,.Manager.. WALTER W. ROSE. I Entrican. easy 636. W. T.
Office cor. Orange and Central Aye*. .. .. 'Correspondence solicited. Real Estate. Phone 555. l-20-t ti:


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ALL BELGIAN OFFICERS .

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NONE LEFT TO SURRENDERCITY

WHEN GERMANS
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Berlin Report by Wireless Says

Russians Have Abandoned

Siege of Forts of .f

For To-day PrzemyslBerlin frfir.:


Tomorrow and every other day, you'll finda Germany, via wireless to :. .:;. .
Sayville, L. I., Oct. .-The general
chock account with the State Bank mighty staff of the German army announces DO YOU UNDERSTAND

handy in.keeping an accurate record of your today that in the beginning a very

lY money affairs. strong garrison defended Antwerp EI; It II II- How
with great energy but that after the you can personally be benefit-
j I
Take note-how many business men attack by the German infantry and ted by the advantages accruing to
in cash? lew for businessmen marine divisions the defenders fled in
Very -
you the
pay
} full rout. Among the Antwerp gar- [.1 II 11 commmunity by
cannot take chances by carrying money rison was one British marine bri
about. The safe way is the business-like gade. '
; The Federal Reserve Act ?
way-our bank checks. "The complete collapse of the An-
glo-Belgium defense of Antwerp was : ,
I Try playing with checks.. shown by the fact that no military iluhi CaD, telephone or write and we will ;.
authority could be found with whichto : .
: The State Bank of Orlando treat concerning the surrender of mail our booklet---just out---which !

1 the city. This surrender was finally explains this act fully and clearly.
negotiated with the burgomaster."It I '
; is impossible to give as yet the ;
number of prisoners taken with Ant- t'
werp. Many of the defenders who .. .

fled to Holland were interned. t ). ," .......:.
"General von Beseler, who has been ,-
decorated with the order of merit for .
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-- --- his capture of Antwerp has issued a ruI
- BIRMINGHAM TEAM GOING TO Mr. Lloyd Harvey, a valued attacheof proclamation addressed to the people -- ,..,
CUBA THIS MONTHThe the Sentinel office for the past saying no one would be harmed unless -I '. .. -- . _
few weeks, left last night for Kis- hostilities are committed' \
upon
Southern League pennant winners simmee, where he will be connected the Germans. 'Resistance' he an- :
who will train in Orlando next with the ValleyGazette.Mr. nounced, 'will cause the destructionof : :
March,will go to Cuba the latter part your beautiful city.' II "D' ; ; t' "D'

of this month stopping off at sev- Richard Arnold, who has been "Private property in Antwerp was ',. -. "' .' .., .-. .
eral the east coast for ., .
places on exhibition spending the past two months with spared. -
games. The Birminghamteam relatives in and the North- Russians Abandon Siege of PrzemyslThe .
will reach Miami about the 25th Oregon f :.: ::{:' ::::",:"'):': ':"':: : '-:':""':"'; ''''::'' :'. .... .. '-':' .. .':' .- . : '
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west, returned to his home in Orlando following has been given out f ... : : :: : :. ,: : :. :' :::t. ;::}:::X; >
- and have written to that city askingfor Sunday after a most enjoyable vaca- in Berlin for publication' : t ..
three games. In his letter to tion. "Reports received here from Vienna
Miami Manager Roy Ellam says: set forth that the Russian siege of sue declares that Japan's cause of MORATORIUM IN RUSSIA AT AN, MENDELSSOHN CLUB
"I am going to take the Birmingham Rev. Mr. Little conducted the services the Przemysl fortress has been aban- action especially in the occupation of END
baseball club, pennant winnersof j German islands in the Pacific is diffi-
in St. Luke's Cathedral Sunday doned. Austrian troops have defeated On account of failure to get the
the Southern League, to Cuba this cult of comprehension as such Wedding
morning owing to slight throat trou- six Russian divisions near Lancut. steps Paris, Oct. 12.-A Havas dispatch musical scores of "The
fall, and would like to arrange a ble of Dean Remsen, who, however They also routed one division of Cos- have no military connection with the i I from Petrograd says: Feast," necessary for our work, the
game or two with your club. We will expects ta be able to carry on the ser- j sacks east of Nymao. attack on the German territory of "The moratorium expired October9th first rehearsal of the club has been
be going that way about the 25th, vices hereafter. "The Japanese have occupied the Kiau Chau. and all the accounts of the banks postponed to Tuesday night October
26th or 27th of October. If possibleI "The Corriere Della Sera publishedat ,
Shantung railroad in Shantung -
province were paid as punctually as in time of
would like to arrange games. Kind- China. This is a Chinese state Stampa Switzerland, reports re- peace." 20th.JOHN M. CHENEY President.H. .
- ly.state which date would suit you $50,000 BLAZE AT DECATUR, ALA. railroad and was built by Germans. volting atrocities on the part of the
best and name guarantee." I China has protested against this French Senegalese troops."
ac If you have subscribed for the Sen- Kanner's great sale continues
t Decatur, Ala., Oct. 12.-Fire early tinel and
tion."The are not receiving your pa- until November 1st. 11-tf
H. Kanner's great sale continues today destroyed four buildings here, j j Politiken, a newspaper pub- H. Kanner's great sale continues per, you will do a favor by notifyingus
until November 1st. 11-tf the estimated loss being $50,000. lished in Copenhagen in a recent is- until November 1st. ll-tf., at once.
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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
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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 IMPORTED
Broad Cloths, Gabardines, Men's Wear Serges, Melrose the best information at our command as to what women WOOL CHALLIS, White grounds
Crepes and fancy novelties. TO ENCOURAGE EARLY with Lilac, Blue and Pink designs, also Grays, Wisterias,
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BUYING, WE OFFER A MOST UNUSUAL EARLY
Copenhagens, and
SEASON OFFER. navy ground with small designs, 27-
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HANDSOME FALL SUITS AT New Fall Dress Goods

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