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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 14, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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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VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1914. NUMBER 210.
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GREAT( FORCE( Of GERMANS( -NOW MARCHING. OSTND( EVER'S TIMELY HIT IN THE FIFTH


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SETTLED WORLD'Sbody CHAMPIONSHIP
LITTLE HOPE THAT ALLIES flanking movement against the !
TURKEY NOW ON VERGE BAPTIST TO LAY CORNER
CAN HOLD THE CITY allies' left wing is reported to r _

LONG be gaining strength until it and wil stake part in the cere- AND BOSTON BRAVES MADEIT

threatens to sweep swiftly to- OF WAR STONE TODAY monies.- FOUR STRAIGHT

ward the coast. This German The contents of the box to be deposited -
FRANCE .
HONORS ABOUT EVEN IN i i in the center of the corner GAMES
advantage 'is counteracted by BRITISH EMBASSY ORDERS OF MAGNIFICENT BUILDING
stone are: Holy Bible, certain church

Though German Effort to Turn the marked progress recordedfor WOMEN TO.LEAVE CON- k' BEING ,ERECTED AT documents and records, and a volumeof DO DOUBT THAT BEST TEAM WON

the allies in the region be- STANTINOPLEPorte COST OF $35,000 "Baptist Beliefs," by Dr. E. Y.
Allies' Left Said to
Flank of
tween Arras and Albert, southwest Mullins,. president of the Southern

Be Sueceeding-French 'of Lille. Lille was entered Refused Demand That Ceremonies Will Be Elaborate Baptist Seminary at Louisville, Ky. Philadelphia Recovered Batting

German Officers Be Ordered'to aDd and 'Masons This volume was presented to Dr.
Regain Lost Positions yesterday by the French and Impressive Eye Sufficiently to Get
Poulson while he for that
was away,
the war office reports appreciable Leave'and Russian Will Assist in the special A complete recordof Seven Hits to Six for
purpose.
London Oct. 13.-Special.)
Fleet Sails South DedicationThis
at several points church *
progress the subscribers to the new Bean Eaters

-Germans, in enormous num- along the front. building fund and all the contributors'names
Berlin wireless to afternoon at 3:30 o'clock will
bers, are marching on Ostend On the left the French resumed Germany, by to date will be included in the Boston, Oct. 13.-(Special.)-"Trojan : '
L. I. Oct. 13.-This official be laid the stone of the handsome
Sayville, corner box. A special platform has been
Johnny" Evers smashed out a
of the
and cavalry patrols ene- the offensive in the region :
announcement made church which is being erected for the occasion and it is
was today: new Baptist expected -
my are screening the rapid ad- between Haze Brouce and single in the fifth inning of this af.ternoon's -
"The British ambassador at Con- ,erected on the corner of Pine and that besides the speakers there
vance of the main bodies which Bethune against cavalry and infantry will be seated there the game and the impossible _
stantinople has ordered the women of Main streets. The exercises will be building com- ;
have already been reported in moving from the German the embassy to leave the Ottoman of 'an elaborate nature and will be mittee, official board, and other invited had happened. Two Boston runners

the vicinity of Eecloo, eleven line extending from Bailleul to capital today."Information. under the direction of Dr. Poulson, guests. crossed the plate, cinching the game ,{'
for the Braves, and giving them their
miles north of Ghent. German LaBasse through Estaires. received from Sofia the pastor, to whose energy and per-
fourth the Athletics -
straight victory over
confirms the report that the Russian severance this great forward movement Notice to MasonsAll
has also been reported
cavalry
Unusually severe fighting has and the baseball championshipof
Masons are requested to meet
Black sea fleet is sailing southward. is largely due.
about Bruges, which is declaredto marked engagements along the the world. 1
"The porte declined the demand The exercises will consist of music, at the lodge room promptly at three
be suffering from a severe front of the left wing of the allies made by the powers composing the Scripture reading, prayers and ad- o'clock this afternoon to attend the The Braves won today and won the i

shell fire from German siege who after having been triple entente that the German naval dresses.' At the conclusion of these corner stone laying at the Baptist other three games, not through luck,

guns. Bruges is only 23 miles forced to give ground toward officers now in Constantinople be dis exercises the corner stone will be church. the nor because they got the breaks of J

i missed." laid by the pastor. The City band game.
from Ostend.
the end of last week have now
The Athletics started off today in
will'be present and will furnish spe- FOLLOWED SLAYER OF BROTHER 1 1a
Dispatches from Ostend hold reoccupied their lost positionsand that made think their
19 YEARS way many
FRENCH BOMBARD CATTARO cial music for the occasion.
out little hope of the retention old batting had come back, but
are declared to be more eyes
FROM THE LAND SIDE The various pastors of the city are .
of the city by the Belgian and strongly entrenched than ever. invited to be present and participatein Spartanburg, S. C., Oct. 13T. A. just as they began to loom up the

British forces and the transfer Rome, Italy, via Paris, Oct. 13. the '!program. Dr. S. B. Rogers, Lewis, charged with killing Albert S. :dangerous support back of Rudolph }

today of the Belgian govern- TWO OF SERVIAN PRINCES The French embassy here announces secretary of Baptist state missions, J. Perry with a stone in December, tightened and the Athletics were J

ment to Havre, France, seems to WOUNDED that French cannon of long range, is expected to make an address and 1895, was placed in jail here todayon helpless in their attempt to batter 4J
their to
landed at Antivari, have been trans- probably also Senator Carson, presi- complaint of William Perry, brother way victory.
indicate that the city is not preparing Mack sent to the mound, j
London, Oct. 13.-The Star's Copenhagen ported to the top of Mount Lovchenand dent of the Florida Baptist Conven- of the dead man. It is said that Shawkey
for resistance.The much to the surprise of the baseball i
energetic correspondent says the Vos- a bombardment of Cattaro, Dal- tion, will be present and speak. The William Perry, constantly carryinga

Germans have been mov- siche Zeitung of Berlin reports that matia, begun. local Masonic order will attend in a warrant charging Lewis with caus- world. Everything pointed to Ben-

ing rapidly westward from Ant- Crown Prince Alexander of Servia ing his brother's death, has devoted der. Shawkey pitched a fine game, f

has been slightly wounded and that nineteen years to tracing the accusedman but it was not good enough to beat i
and strong German detachments -
werp his brother, Prince George of Servia, Dickson Ives Make Gorgeous following him from state to the unbeatable Braves. "
are reported to have has been mortally hurt in the fighting state. Sheriff W. J. White stated Score by innings: R.H.E.

passed through Bailleul, Depart- against the Austrians. that Lewis confessed to the crime Phila. ______000010000-1 7 0

ment du Nord, France; in the direction Showing of Women's Apparel with which he is charged.MILWAUKEE Boston _____0001200Ox-3 6 0

of Ypres, 26 miles south GERMAN DIVISION IS FORCED
INTO HOLLAND BOY DIES GERMAN OFFICIAL STATEMENTSAYS
of Ostend, where the Germans I
The display on living models of the I proper!ire.ss for every other occasionwas GERMANS SUCCESS-

have concentrated large num- London, Oct. 13.-An undated dispatch correct fall styles in women's apparelat 1 i shown by spotlight. Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. .-The first FUL IN EAST

bers, and two columns are be- received by Reynolds' Weeklysays the Dickson-Ives department store I I 'The display was made all the more football fatality here in the 1914 sea-

lieved to be converging on Os- that, according to Belgian sol- interesting because before each show- son occurred here yesterday when London Oct. 13.-Renter's Amster-
last night was the event of the sea
tend. German cavalry has been diers, near the Dutch frontier, a Ger- I ing the material, the cost and the Carl Olson, fourteen years old, died dam correspondent sends this German

seen twenty miles from Dunkirkand man division unwillingly crossed the son in Orlando's show of style. The style of the gowns were announced, from concussion of the brain, result- official communication concerningevents

border into Holland and has been in- store was packed to its capacity with enabling the large audience to appreciate ing from injuries received in game- in the east:
miles northwest of
forty terned. hundreds of ladies and quite a sprink- I every detail of the gorgeous the day before.SERIOUS "After their expulsion from east

Lille, and is evidently screeningthe ling of men who admire the beautiful showing of the proper thing to wear. Prussia the Russian armies were pur-

force which moved north- and artistic in women's dress. I Women who are seeking clothes of sued across the frontier. The centerof

east from the latter city, which U64 QUALIFIED VOTERS The store was beautifully decorated individuality were especially pleased REBELLION IN the German military operations is

the invaders have occupied. with ferns and palms and presented a I with the Dickson-Ives showing of at- now Poland. The whole of Poland

most lovely scene, as the Grand thea- tractive fashions. In order to keep west of the Vistula is now in the Ger-

This army obviously constitutesa IN ORANGE COUNTY ter orchestra dispensed the entranc- them practically exclusive to their future CAPE COLONY mans' hands, the Russians occupyingonly

force which the German com- ing music that always adds the fin- owners the Dickson-Ives com- Warsaw.

manders are throwing out to- ishing touch to any event where beautiful pany have in some cases only one, "The few kilometers lost by the :
NEARLY SEVEN HUNDRED ONE BRITISH COMMAND
ward the sea to prevent the retirement women and beautiful dress is two or three of a kind, though in the Germans in Russian territory near

of the Ostend garrison HAVE FAILED TO PAY the attraction.The !aggregate the .beautiful costumes GOES OVER TO THE the east Prussian frontier were of

POLL TAXES models were Misses Ruby '[!shown would be sufficiently large for GERMAN FORCES little importance as it was never intended -
westward to join with the allies
Platt, Louise Calvert, Davida Lock- I a city several times as big as Or- definitely to occupy or govern

left in France. Two Orlando Precincts Contain hart, and Norma Gettier, and no more i lando. MartialLaw Has Been Pro- Suwalki."It .

The allies have sent strong More Than Half the Qual- charming young ladies could have I There was the highest praise of the claimed Throughout South is not true that the siege of

forces of troops to prevent a ified Voters of the been chosen for the showing of dress display by those fortunate enough to African Union and Re- Ossowetz has been abandoned as the

German raid of coast towns, and County beautiful. As they alternately appeared -I be present last night, and certainly it bellion Checked fortress has never been besieged.
on the stage the lights were I was fully justified by the showing of "During our retreat to the east
if this is unable to
even army turned low and the beautiful crea- I the latest creations from the fashion Prussian frontier our troops nowhereare
According to figures compiled by Capetown, Union of South Africa,
in time to
Ostend
reach prevent I tions of millinery, coat suits reception -: tenters of the world in the most gor- defeated but on the contrary repulsed -
County Supervisor of Registration via London, Oct. It has been officially -
German occupation it will be a I gowns, street costumes, and the geous profusion. any attacks of the Russians."

large factor in checking the i F. H. Williams there are 1,764 voters announced here that a command

of the invaders westward qualified to vote at the November under Colonel Maritz has rebelled in TURKS EXPEL GREEKS FROM
sweep CommissionersSpecial Will Meet in the northwest of the
Dunkirk and Calais. election. The books show 678 voters Cape provinces. EREGLI ON SEA OF
toward Martial law has been proclaimed MARMORA
Dispatches from Calais today i who are registered but have not paid throughout the Union.
SessionThe This
their poll tax for two years last past. Morning
stated that the Kaiser's troopsare i! Forty names have been stricken from The proclamation declares "the London, Oct. 13.-An Athens dis-
government of the protectorate of patch to the
making great preparations the list on account of death and 58 Exchange Telegraph
board of county commissionerswill lican. Progressive, Socialist, or other German Southwest Africa has, dated yesterday
battle in Increasing company 1,500
for the Belgium. voters have left the precincts in says
meet in special session this morn- ticket will have to write the nameson through widespread secret propaganda Greeks have been expelled by the
activity by the German' which they were registered.A .
ing to arrange for the holding of the the ticket and then make the cross persistently endeavored to seduce Turks from Eregli, on the sea of
little than half the
forces between Lille and the more quali-
mark before them. citizens of the Union and officers and Marmora
miles
fifty-three of
west
fied voters of the county reside in the general election in November. Some
French coast have been noted Three important constitutional members of the defense forces of the Constantinople, under the pretext

and another large force of Ger- two Orlando precincts-977, Apopka other business is likely to come up, amendments will be voted upon, and Union from their allegiance, and to that it is necessary to fortify this

being the next largest precinct with but the meeting is scheduled solely generally the adoption of the amend- cause rebellion and civil war within region.
is to have left
reported
mans 110 qualified to vote.
for election arrangements, and inspectors ments are favored. An amendmentto the Union, and these efforts have so The correspondent conferencesare
Lille in the direction of Court- The qualified Voters by precinctsare and clerks will be appointed, Section 6 of Article 8 abolishes the far succeeded that Lieut. CoL Colo- being held by Constantinople says officials -

ray, Belgium, which is occupied : as follows: the contract for printing the ballotslet office of county treasurer, naming the man Maritz, together with a numberof and the diplomatic
Orlando No. 1 ______________ representatives
I 578
and made for
send-
the Kaiser's arrangements other offices to be filled election in
by troops by his officers and a portion of the of the with the idea of
S Orlando, No. 2 _________________398 ing out the ballot boxes. each powers
county; an amendment to Sec- forces under his command, has concluding treaties to replace the
recently
-
United Servian and MontenegrinForces I Winter Park, No. 3 __________ 95 It is probable that very little interest tion 16 of Article 4 empowers the shamefully and traitorously gone over abrogated capitulations
Maitland, No. 4, ______,________ 34Lockhart will be manifested in the general all grant-
Invading Austria governor to appoint commissioned to the enemy and is now in open re- ing special rights to foreigners.
No. 5 ____________ 30
u election and the ticket will be the officers of the state militia; and the bellion against the government and
Paris, Oct. 13.-(Special.)- Apopka, No. 6 _____________110
shortest in in Florida.It amendment Section 1 of Article
many years to the
5 people of the Union, and is in con- 20.000 BELGIAN AND BRITISH
i Bay Ridge, No. 7 ______________ 19
According to a Temps dispatch will contain the names of the Dem- I empowers the legislature to fix the junction with forces of the enemy invading SOLDIERS INTERNED IN
Zellwood, No. 8 ______________ 49 il
from Cettinje the Serbo-Mon-j ocratic nominees for office only, and salaries of judges of the various the northern portion of the HOLLANDThe

tenegrin forces have begun an Clarcona, No. 9 _____-?_________ 12 anyone desiring to vote the Repub- I courts. Cape province. i''

I Ocoee, No. 10 _________________ 55 I
"There is grave reason to think Hague, Holland, via London t
attack on Ragus, an important I Winter Garden, No. 11 __________ 98 ,
Austrian town a few miles west Oakland, No. 12 _______________ 50 College Y. M. C. A. Convention that the government of German Oct. 13.-The total number of in- I
Southwest Africa has through its terned Belgian and English soldiersen i
of the Montenegrin border. j Orange Center, No. 13 _________ 39
numerous spies and agents communi- route to northern Holland
Gotha, No. 14 ___ ____ ______ 50 is estimated f
?
Meets With cated with and corrupted also other at 30,000
Rollins Next exclusive [
Germans Have Occupied Lille Taft, No. 15 __________________ 61 Weeking of the '
citizens of the Union under the false wounded, who
Pine Castle, No. 16 ____________ 58 are being treated in
Paris, Oct. 13.-(Special.)- and treacherous pretext of favoring cities.near the
The Germans have captured Conway, No. 17 ___,___________ 49 The College Young Men's Christian held annually at one or anotherof I I the establishment of a republic in number of wounded Belgian has border. The

Fort Christmas, No. 18 ________ 36 Association convention of Florida the institutions of higher learningin South Africa. certained. not been as- "
Lille, about which there has Pickett, No. 19 _______-______ 26 this state. About I Other soldiers have been
delegateswill
fifty
at Rollins "The government of the Union interned but
been furious fighting during the Fish, No. 20 -_______...:.___ 26 convenes College, Winter be in attendance and an siders it to take con their number is still un-
Park, next week necessary effective reported.
and will be in ses-
past two' weeks. This was ad- ally interesting program will unusu-I measure to protect and defend the interest -

mitted in an official communication 1,764 sion four days-Thursday, Friday, ried ott.Rollins. of the Union and its loyal and THE WEATHER

from the war office today. Saturday and Sunday, October 22d College has a very strong : law abiding citizens against these insidious Florida: Local rains and colder
Office box letter files, 25 cents. Office to 25th. of the
organization College Y. M.
Roye has also been occupied by C.I and treacherous attacks from Wednesday in north; generally fair
supplies of all kinds.. Prices the This is an important event [ A., and most of the
among young men within and without and to that end to in south.
Thursday, fair in .
the Germans, whose counter lowest. Curtis &: O'NeaL Florida colleges, the convention be-: dents are members declare martial law." showers in east. we: ;


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STORY OF IRISH along with a bandaged face, and a I T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.}
Eat what want.
-CHEAP you
1JtUE:
GUARDS bullet in his back, ventured to repeat Conscientious work at fauprices..,I Eat all you want.
from memory the beginning of a tune ( ) Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf Take a postscript and forget it.
(International News Servi .) which I made out to be that of "God i For sale by all druggists.
Havre, France, Oct. 12.-This is i Save Ireland," and I have gathered WITH PAINT MEANSThe Subscribe for The Daily SentineL l-7-d&w.lyr

the story, as it has been told, of the that "Whistle to Me, Said I," was I

way in which the Irish guards at another of these strains. paint which covers the largest
met the charge of three Ger- "iT
The generosity of Mr. Thomas At-
man cavalry regiments and emerged kins earns for that adaptive gentleman surface-Gives the longest service yur" j
:from the encounter with undying
tributes of and admira-
{ surprise
' glory.It I -Lasts and looks well.
tion from the French soldiery. He
is the story of what those saw School Books
wants to
give everything away-his and SuppliesWill
who not themselves
in the
were fir- THAT'SHarrisons'
jam, his canned meats and many other -
ing line, and who awaited with
apprehension -
delicacies wherewith he is
and pro- be our principal business for the next
wonderment
the col-
vided. He believes
in sharing with .
lision between the gray hordes of the his "pals." ; week or two. Our trade in this department

Kaiser's horsemen_ ..,and the thin, but In a.cafe, the landlady said to me: Town & extends from to
unswervmg line of Britishers in khaki Country"The Tangerine Late Poinsetta
"We like the
i English soldiers, but the
who, with bayonets fixed, made I Scottish and Irish are not good men. and from Orange Center to Lake Pickett. We

ready for their oncoming. These They won't pay for what they have." A result of over a Hundred furnish
same Britishers had jovially shouted I every school book used in any schoolin
Now, this was a slight on men of my
their adieux to French, who Years Experience. ij
troops |own race and I asked the good pa- the county, and any furnishing from a
had been retired from their imme-
diate neighborhood, and in the brief :tronne of what their sum she had lost by reason -E A Get our free book "Cause & Effect. A slate pencil to seats, desks and musical in-
commercial in-
faulty
interval, before the crash came the ,U It tells you many things you ought to know. (J' I
I stincts. Twelve francs, I was told, struments. We are headquarters for school
watchers could see officers walkingup
represented the total. "Then," saidI
and down the lines, cracking jokes SOLD BY supplies.
"I will pay you your twelve
with their men, and'otherwise assist-
francs," and I was about to do so
ing to maintain their excellent spir- W. S. BRANCH
when some French soldiers who had Jos. Bumby Hardware. Co. ,
its. I am told that when the German
been drinking in the restaurant stood ,
cavalry was only 200 yards away one up and said, "No, you won't. If this For the last Twenty-five Years. The Arcade Book and Music Store
man momentarily put down his rifle
be true that the Irish and Scotch do
and begged a cigarette from a com-
not pay their bills, it is true also
rade, which he coolly lit.
that they do not run when the Krupps
i
Then they "prepared to receive
are turned upon them. They are cooler -'
cavalry," and did it in better order
than we, and the Germans fear
and with much less excitement than I $8 Charleston and Return
if they had been about to witness the them. After that, the landlady j' $8
whose husband was fighting at the i'
finish of a St. Legar. Three regi- "
front, refused to take I
ments of German cavalry, splendidly my money. VIA"Clyde
And now something about the I i
horsed, splendidly equipped, charged,
seamiest side of the Those
war. of
a regiment of Irish infantry. The f
us at home who, thanks to our glo- _
men who had been joking and smok- I Line"First
ing rose upto meet them, a bristling rious navy, know nothing of what BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
war means, need, reminder:
perhaps a
bulwark of
giants holding weaponsof LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS

For steel a in few steel minutes grips. there was an I quickly such as give a visit them.to the I saw Continent some ladies will'') Effective from August 1, 1914 to August Class Meals and Berth IncludedThis

. awful chaos of horses, soldiers gray I today, ladies who lately held places f I 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc- .
and soldiers yellow, glittering lances in prinvincial society like our own! tion during that time:

and bayonets, the automatic: spit of ladies of the manor, destitute and 1 special rate good on any of the Company's
machine guns the flashes of mus- begging their bread. I Touring Car $555.00 steamers August 22nd to October 17th

Ttetry. Amidst it all the men in The war has ruined them. It has I Runabout 505.00 ... inclusive.
made them line with the childrenof
up
khaki stood immobile. Grimly, and F. 0. B. OrUndo. All cm fully equipped.
'without budging, they threw back at the gutters in order to get bread. I Return Limit 10
Remember this, and, while hoping Farther we will be able to obtain the maximum efficiency Days
the bayonet's point, in utter demor- ,
in our factory production and the minimum cost in our
alization, the troops of the Kaiser, that England will remain as safe to- purchasing: and aales departments if we reach as .tpmt .(
the men who terrified the peasant motrow as she is today, rememberthat $00,00 ear between the above date 'I Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville j[every
and France. every one of us has his part to And riMrald we reach this production we agree to pay. u Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2
of
villagers Belgium the buyer's share from 140 to $60 per ear (on .r about p. m.
They wanted something to put on play in assuring that safety.. August l.im to every retail buyer who purchases a new I
.
Ford car between August 1. IUt and August 1 115.
their banner, and their casualty list For farther particular regarding these low prices and profit-
will show that, "if blood'be the price" Eat Eat what all you you want.want. sharing plan, see l For reservations and further particulars apply to

they achieved their aim. French soldiers Take a postscript and forget it. F. G. RUSH, .
tell me that, rising from the For sale by all druggists. H. G. WENZEL, Fla. Pass. Agent
ranks of the Irish, just before the l-7-d&W-lyr Phone 226

crash came, there reached had them heard the T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. 122 W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
strains of songs they never
Conscientious work at fair prices.
before. A French soldier, hobbling Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf

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

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We are Sellers of City and Country Property !


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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

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any class of Real Estate I



t We 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


the community and ourselves.





Orlando Building and Land Co.



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

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

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(GERMAN MISCALCULATIONS IN Next month a treaty was signed!tention that his tribe became German to play an important part in the I

THE WAR between Germany and a Boer mission I|subjects in 1890. great diamond industry. The Ger-
station called by which the Germany has construed her "sphereof is administered by
Bethany
Service. I man colony now I
International News )
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( influence" to be a colony as though
London, Oct. 12.-In the Europeanwar colonists' recognized a German pro- acquired by conquest. She has claimed some 700 officials from the Father-{t GRAND
[ subsequent developments have .tectorate but the terms of this the land of all the chiefs under her :land, and there is a local council representing
(shown that the Germans, in their cal- "treaty" are not published, though at protection and all the minerals. The the settlers. This councilis .
culations, have made several errors. the present moment they might be of diamond fields are therefore under sometimes at loggerheads with the
One of these was their belief that the special interest. In the followingyear the control of the German government officials, and one bone of contentionis
oers in South Africa would rise up a sort of German chartered com- and in the event of the con- the alleged unlawful acquisition by : TODA
(against their ancient enemies, the pany was founded, which entered intoa il quest of the colony the British Crown certain German companies of large I
ritish, and aid the Germans in an I number of nebulous "treaties" with will lose an asset which enabled her tracts of land. I

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ttack on the Union of South Africa. local native chiefs who were induced I I
I I ------- -- --- GEORGE
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1- ---- --- -- ------- ----- -I KLEINE Presents
The Union Government is well pos- to accept German protection. The i ,
ed regarding the military strength ofe validity of these treaties has never "MMMMMIIMIIillMIMIIIMIIMIMMIMliMTHE ;
Germans, who have about 3,000 been investigated,and the best opinionis '
troops, besides some armed blacks, that the chiefs had no power to CHASE & CO
nd among the civilian population its hand over any rights belonging to I
thought about 5,000 will be called their tribes-but probably they placed PACKING HOUSE ORLANDO
ut. They have already occupied I their marks against documents with-
[\Valfish Bay, a small British enclaven (lout understanding the significance of Is modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-
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the German coast, which is administered : their acts. date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the VIIDETTA j

by the Union government, and Great Britain always reserved her PROPER PACKING
hey have entrenched themselves in rights to Walfish Bay, and the trading 1 1
the British side of the Orange river. t: rights of her subjects, but othpr- FIRST AID TO 9!
tie South African Defense Force has wise did not intervene till the famous HIGHEST PRICES i
een called out for service; the defense I j Heligoland agreement of 1890, when ,
act is so drawn that this force I I Lord Salisbury recognized this colony which, however, would not accomplish the end desiredby
pan be utilized to invade the German J as a German sphere of influence-but the grower, if he did not also have available the ser- From the Novel by Marie Corelli i
[erritory after the enemy has been still reserving Walfish Bay. It would vices
riven off British soil. appear that Lord Salisbury omittedto ofTHE !
CHASE & CO (Five Parts 5071 feet
The demand of the natives to be do full justice to the natives of this )
Allowed to fight for England is partly : territory when he made the Heligo-
Explained by the fact that the Ger-I land agreement. The fact is that SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM Quite the most: beautiful, realistic and 1

an government was employing some many of them had rights as British which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, expe- absorbing novel the famous English nov-
[,000 colored Cape boys, and dismissed -j subjects which should have been protected rienced, competent and reliable. elist has written. The
them all before war was de-I, when the transfer was effected. yet sittings are
glared with England without paying I The natives of Namaqualand are GIVES THE GROWER more than beautiful, the photography as

[hem their wages, or rather paying Hotentots, who in 1800 trecked from HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS clear and brilliant as a mountain stream."VENDETTA" .
|hem in German paper money, which Cape Colony. Their chief was an I IGRO'VERS'
is offered all
as worthless in South Africa. I outlaw named Africaner, and the CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED that is possi-
I There are two ports, Luderitzbrecht, great Dutch missionary, Dr. Vander- MARKETING AGENTS ble in Motion Photography.As .
Lear the diamond fields, and Swakop- ,kemp, sent two assistants named Al- :
bond, whence the railroad runs from ,brech to convert him to Christianity. '
CFlASE & CO.
[he coast to Minhuk, the capital. An ; At first they failed, and he became : ,
xcellent railway system has been the terror of the local farmers. He :? Main Office, Jacksonville, FloridaA. previously stated, the manage-
luilt at the expense of the German : killed and plundered, and even destroyed R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. ment of the GRAND has promised to runa
lax payers, and the budget of the the mission station of Warm I 9-30-d&w
feature each
big week at popular prices.
olony usually shows a substantial Bath (now the terminus of the German I
marks '4.'II.II..IIII.IIIIIIII..IIIIIIII IIIIII..II.III. These features will not be guaranteed to
eficit, which reached 1,500,000 railway) But when Dr. :Mof-
li 1910. The diamond industry, howIver ''I fat followed the Albrechts, Africaner ___ reach the standard of the Paramountpro-
is now proving lucrative. was completely converted, ,and became iimiMMMMMMIillliMMIMMIMMIIMM "
ductions for which
we are compelled
I The story of the German occupa-,l an exemplary Christian. He by
on of this colony is not without in- : accompanied Dr. Moffat to Capetown, ..South Apopka Nurseries.. ; contract to advance our prices, but they
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fcrest. In 1884, Bismarck advised the made his peace with Lord Charles will equal and perhaps excell a great
mperor. William I.,to make a proclamation Somerset the governor, accepted a All the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange ; | '
all features
taking under his protection valuable present from the government ; Trees, thrifty, well-rooted and clear of all diseases. ; ; many: or that an exhibitor can I
he territory belonging to M. A.: and a passport home so that his i New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family afford to show popular prices.A .
uderitz." How the said Luderitz :I former rights as a British subject re- I FREE. Address j
Line by the territory is not stated:,, vived, and by arrangements with Dr. special musical program has been

I discreet silence indeed. A ship wasfcnt Moffat he placed his followers under .South Apopka Nurseries. i arranged for this occasion and a rare treat
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a German flag was hoisted, andlie I, the spiritual guidance of the Wes- .. .. is in store for all those -
captain called on all present to leyans. Africaner died in 1823, and present.
live three cheers for the Kaiser. his sons carried on his civilized in- OCOEE, FLORIDA "
9-4-tf ; ; Overture---"RAYMOND.
whether the local Hotentots respond- fluence. It seems, therefore;" very. ;
|l is not recorded. t difficult to justify the German con I 'I MtillMMiMIMillllllllllliiMMIIimiMMMIHM I ;


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THE: .DAILY INCREASE IN DE NEW PAYING NOT OPEN TO SHIPPING MONEY TO TAMPA .
CHARGES ON PER- TRAFFIC YETIt

South Florida FREIGHT IN RE- The ,Orlando Bank and Trust company -

MORNING AND FRIGERATOR CARS didn't rain, but something else yesterday shipped by express to .

JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor : happened, and the opening of North the American Exchange bank in Tam-
perhaps will be interesting to Orange avenue and Ivanhoe boule- pa four hundred dollars in nickels.
Entered at the postoffic at and shippers of our state vard to traffic is again postponed. Some wag who was at the depot at
Class Mail Matter.
ida Second
a*
that there has been a gen- When it came to laying the last few the time the specie bags were on the

SUBSCRIPTION RATES on the part of the railroads brick on Orange avenue it was found big truck en route to the 3:40 train
Daily 1 Y.*r .,................. .
Daily. 6 Month ................. the United States, in an that the water mains of the Orlando over the Atlantic Coast Line, sug-
Daily. 8 Months ................. to increase revenues, to bring Water and Light company were too that the accommodating and
Duly. 1 Month .................. gested
one advance that will mate- near the surface at that point and efficient cashier of the Southern Ex-
Weekly. 1 Year ................. : the
Weekly. i Month ....:.......... affect people engaged in about one hundred feet of main had press company, Mr. G. C. Fields,
fruits, vegetables and other to be taken up and relaid. The same should be arrested for shipping money U
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS -in refrigerator cars. During condition was found to exist on Boone out of Orlando.
ADVANCE
two weeks tariffs of some street and the paving on that street
transportation companies will be several
TO ADVERTISERS: delayed days. GOOLSBY-HOFFMAN
practically every section of
for and all .
adrcrtUinr Cpy must display be handed in at have been filed with the BAND MEN, ATTENTION! Miss Jessie Goolsby and Mr. George ,
office ef the Sentinel nt later Commerce Commission ad-
the day befere publication. ThU Hoffman were united in marriage at
te chsnfrs fer contract a4nrti. demurrage charges at the Please meet at band room at 3:30p. seven o'clock last night by Dr. J. E.
inTariable and will be strictly from $1 per day in excess of m. Wednesday. Play at cornerstone I Wray, of the Methodist church. The "'-

SahMriber desiring The time, to an additional charge of laying of Baptist church. bride is a recent arrival in this city fWE
tined the date should of expiration notify the otherwise office in ear per day or fraction there- A. A. PATCH. from Plant City, while the groom has
continued at the regular aub the first two days after free .
been here for several months, coming
to ia received.
until notice stop
allowed, and additional charge MANAGER OF TAVARES & GULF from New York. The best wishes ofa

WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER per car per day or a fraction of MOVES TO ORLANDOMr. large number of friends they have
for each succeeding day until made here go with them in their
released. This means an ad- J.Ralph Peebles and estimable wedded life.
The latest reports say that of one hundred per cent for family are now located at 506 East

in Europe is progressing two days, and two hundred Central avenue having moved to this NOTICE

o thereafter, over> the pre- city from Tampa. Mr. Peebles is the BEG RESPECTFULLY
Its wise Belgian that
a charge. general manager of the Tavares & In Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuit.
where to address his next Orange County Florida.
gratifying to say that through Gulf railway, and is a railroad 'man Ethel B. LaRose
his king. efforts of the perish ... Divorce.
of experience. He
recently -
many years
Oliver T. LaRoee.
a interests sufficient pressure has completed the extension of the To Oliver T. LaRose: 10 announce that our
A girl with dimples has to It appears from the affidavit of Ethel B.
brought on the commission to Tavares & Gulf from Winter Gardento
show LaRoee herein duly filed that she is the complainant -
natured to them off to the tariffs until January 29, Ocoee in record time. Orlando will in the foregoing cause: that the said
Oliver T. LaRoee ia a non-resident of the
advantage.
when the matter will be heard extend a hearty welcome to Mr. Pee- state of Florida and that his residence and
o the commission. Unquestion- bles and his postoffice address is Faribault. in the state of
family.is Minnesota: that there is no person in the
With such beautiful fall it will become a renowned case, state of Florida, the service of subpoena upon GRAND FAll OPENING
er, Christmas is going to be interests affected whom would bind said defendant; and that
are working felt that the Florida growers and the said defendant is over the age of twentyone -
fore you know it. to defeat the attempt of shippers would, as has been the case years.
a You are therefore ordered to appear to this
in placing these exorbi- heretofore practically without exception bill on the first Monday in December. 1914.
We predict that the war in the same being the seventh day of said
charges in effect. What is de- have to bear the burden, and for month.It 01
will end about three
days by the carriers would, if ac : that reason the Florida Growers' and is further ordered that this notice be
Millenium if not sooner. published for four successive weeks in the
have a far reaching ef- Shippers' League is keeping in close South Florida Sentinel a newspaper publishedin
o it would hardly be consistent Orange county Florida.
touch with
There folks developments and pro- Witness B. M. Robinson. Clerk of said Circuit
are some the increased detention poses taking such action in the mat- Court and the seal thereof this 14th day Millineryand
lando who want every street of October. A. D. 1914.
a in effect at one end and not ter as may be necessary to protect (SeaL) B. M. ROBINSON. Clerk.
town except their own. By M. A. HOWARD. D. C.
at the point of origin. While Florida's interests.
o V. S. Starbuck solicitor for complainant.
true that we .are now paying a
Job made his -
reputation charge of $5 per day after
tience before the
telephone
time of twenty-four hours,
girls got on the.stage. cars are under ice (to cover the
o of ice), the carriers would High Grade PropertyI Ready to Wear
1f Columbus had not '
likely attempt to increase this
.America the Braves would
; and likewise with
defeated the Athletics.The .
to demurrage on refrigerators have recently purchased the Saunders place
o for movement under ventila- will lake place on
football season is situated corner N. Orange and Concord avenues
(not under ice), the present
under way and Uncle Sam for which is $1 per car per a-nd am offering it for sale at LESS than its value.

have a casualty list of his the free time. The lot fronts feet and hasa
on Orange avenue 100 ,

There would be no a high any increases be made, it frontage on Concord avenue of 240 feet. Or- Wednesday Next, Oct1 14An

ing if you profited by the winter.'t ange and grapefruit trees and ornamental shrub-

ments in the Daily bery. Dwelling house in good condition and has
morning.It .
D T. F. BOURIBAN .i all modern conveniences.! Garage. Streets on

is easy enough to Plumber and : both sides paved with brick. See me it interested.

war difficult is the to determine result of greed which, Sanitary Engtneer exhibition 01 the newest

Furnished. Jobbing : > .

c the greediest.The consumer I !' PHONE Attended 629 to. : S. Y. WAY 01 the new

price to the

the put same the eggs whether in cold the storage I 106 Court, Street FLORIDA :'. Insurance and Real Estate Agent On Living Models I

hens hold them in warm
f o r 4-allm .. PHONE 172 I

Nothing surprising about - I TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 13, 191t
tory of the Braves over the --- r
when it is known that Bill IIIIIIIMIMMMItlilMMIII I lMIIMx from 8.30 p.m. 10 10 p.m,

Laurel Hill News was


latter. o S1'c7 Kodak Finishing

Some of us who have

school days as over will be A Cordial InvIlallon to all
dig into our geographies FILMS, 10 CENTS A ROLL

soon as the big European
cide just how they will McF.: [ 1IOY's PHARJMACY:

spoils. No Cards.

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the prisoners in his care at


much a ing day., but less That's who in wants a Canadian some a to low live jail in I Your GranIatlier n l r Rode in H r C r rA C;..


The Raiford Tribune says
has raised the largest

crop in the history of the ,
r to find no market for them. slow moving vehicle adequate in its day, that has dissap-

pity.bushel They in Orlando are only, where two peared because it could not meet the modern problem of carry-

not exactly mistaken for ing many people over long distances.

gets. o Your Grandfather had a Big Heavy Watchnot


lando We Board are loath of Trade-one to criticise of -.- much of a timekeeper and very expensive in upkeep Per

: est organizations of the kind haps for sentimental reasons you are wearing it to-day. You are

ida-but overlooked.a great For opportunity more wrong. You are risking the loss of a valued heirloom without any a Lj r,

+ months the Belgian capital resulting advantage. On the contrary, hindered by its inaccuracyyou tfDEPARTMENTAL
seeking a suitable location
success, and if the are handicapped in your use of many other modern facilities.

S. I out lando this as city a capital might have had been been Buy One of Our Handsome $25 Filled Gold Watchesthey


j : have ed. been A prettier found anywhere place could,- are light, durable, accurate and economical in upkeep.We .

peaceful location where feature the Elgin watch.
be transacted without j
Orlando can not be beat.
DICKSON. IVfS CO.
gians are endeavoring to
capital as far away from
mans as possible. We have T.H.EVANS
here and they are among

best and most peaceable STORE
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g every one a booster for I JEWELER
They wouldn't bother the
gian capital, and the ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE.IIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIII.II.IIIJ.
gests that if Havre proves Orlando Orange Avenue Florida

factory the Board of Trade
invitation to the Belgian

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k WADE No Financial Depression in1't ORLANDO HOLDS DANCING OPENING.- DANCE ACADEMY IF'0 3 JCUiI:: ;


THE TUNER Orlando on Account of the War, The Orlando Dancing Academy held n "GET IT AT ALLEN'S" fl

QPLANDO, FLA. I its opening dance last night at the .
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hall over the Reporter-Star office.
Whatever effect ,the war may be than anyone had a right to expect.He The hall was beautifully decorated
having in other sections in Orlando said that during the past five days
with flowers and the punch bowl was
Mrs. M. E. Kegwia returned to business conditions are exceptionallygood the individual deposits at his bank
daintily hidden in a bower of flowers.
Orlando last evening from Washing- and money is as plentiful as had increased $27,000 and that none i
The music was furnished by a seven
*"ton, D. c., where she spent the sum- could be expected just prior to the of the increase was due to an excep- piece orchestra that the manager, Mr. CUT GLASS AND SILVER j

mer. opening of the fruit shipping season. tionally large deposit of any one indi- II
Fox, has and
gotten together, produced
and October are vidual but to the small deposits of n n i iU
August, September I such music that one was almost, We have just received new Glass and l
Try the Sentinel for your next job months in this tie I I
: I r Usually: the dullest section many persons. Doubtless other moderate
forced
dance. of beautiful in
to Many the youngpeople Silver paterns,
printing. Prices very reasonable. there being no money coming in banks have experienced this increaseto 1
of Orlando and
were present
Workmanship the best. Call or phone for crops and less in circulation than a greater or less degree, and nothing danced the new steps very gracefully.A price. U i
when in need of job work. at any other time of year. But this shows the stability of businessand '
cozy corner and comfortable
year such is not the case, probablydue the growth of a community more
lounges have been arranged, where
Dr. D. B. Wienenga, the genial pro- in no slight degree to the public truly than individual bank deposits.The the between
rested
people
prietor of, Dann's Transfer Line, the improvements under way and the steady progress and develop- dances young
and where the delicious punchwas
oldest in Orlando, has just added a large amount of building in progress.In ment of Orlando and Orange county, .
served. It was altogether a de-
new Overland car to his up to date speaking to a Sentinel repre- despite unfavorable conditions experi- 1
lightful affair and all the couples
equipment.Mrs. sentative yesterday afternoon of enced elsewhere, is no less than remarkable -
present announced their approval of
financial conditions, Cashier C. P. and speaks volumes for the
the dance, and it will undoubtedlyprove
O. F. Simms, of Ocoee, was a Dow of the People's National bank stability of the industries upon which
be of Orlando's most
to one
visitor in Orlando yesterday, having declared that they were much better the business of the city is based.MIMIIItltlllllllMlliMt.
popular the winter.
places during
come to visit her daughter, Miss

Irene, who is a pupil in the Cathedral I Mrs. H. S. Murray and Mrs. G. p.1 I !
school in this city. i and children returned SUFFRAGE LEAGUE MEETS THIS
Murray ,
night from Glens Falls, N. Y., where j i FAVORIE THEATRE j j MORNINGThe
Mrs. John T. Fuller and little the
summer.
they spent
daughter, Lois and Dorothy, returnedto 'I Open 2 p. nu and 6:30 p. nu I Orlando Equal Suffrage League t

Orlando yesterday from Dula Miss Martha Weeks, the attractive will meet this morning at ten o'clockat
Springs, N. C., where they spent a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Admission 5 cents \ Unity Chapel, corner of East Cen-

delightful summer. Weeks, returned last night from a delightful tral avenue and West street. '
summer's visit in Fayettevilleand IHMIIIIMIIIIIMHIMM'TODAY'S Tumblers Jewel Boxes

Mr. Will Pierce, of the Pierce Elec- Wilmington, N. C. PROGRAMImp. Water Pitchers Cream and Sugars
tric company, of Tampa, is in town, I To be convinced of the producing Colognes Compote
"The Man Who Lost But 13
on matters connected with his busi-I Messrs. H. C. Berry,.representing Won." A drama of adventure, in two power of Sentinel want ads-try one. Vaises Bowls, Etc.

ness. He reports his brother, EdwinL. I Berry Bros. & Fresch, Baltimore, and parts, featuring Alexander Gaden. D :n
Pierce, who used to live here, as Mr. Joe Brown, with Marcus Loeb & Produced by Frank Crane. j IIMinMMMMMIIMIIii
I Joker. "Their First Anniversary,
well. Co., Atlanta, are among the popular with Max Asher, Louise Fazenda and .llen & Co.
I commercial men sojourning in Orlando Bob Vernon. n I
Miss Zelma Lewter, of Orlando, is today. They are registered at the McCULLOCU'SDepartment U.
visiting her uncle, William A. Hols- San Juan.The "ATHLETICS" AND "BRAVES" Jewelers

houser, in St. Petersburg this week. ARE PLAYING SOME GOOD

Miss Lewter is one of the leading social Orland cafe opened yesterdayat GAMES U Everything Guaranteed." D

lights of her home city.-st. Petersburg noon with everything new and at- i : Store !
the students at Rollins Col-
Independent. tractive. It is one of the loveliest Among
spots in the city in which to eat, and lege two first-class baseball teams b EdiY'

Bishop Cameron Mann, accompa- anyone who has ever dined at the have been organized and some very 01:1- I

nied by Indian Commissioner L. A. !I Orland knows that the menu leaves entertaining games have been played. Jelly Tumblers .
The first resulted in two to two tie, fMIIMMIIiMMiinillllliiMililiiUMniMMMPolish
a
in Orlando
Spencer, arrived yesterday nothing to be desired.
morning, after a week's visit in I and the second in a six to six tie, but 1

the interests of the Glade Cross Mission Mrs. Algernon Haden, looking hale I the "Braves" defeated the "Athletics"in Fruit Jars '

in the Everglades.Mr. I and hearty, returned from Europe the third contest five to four. :
About two games a week will be
yesterday where she has been spend-

Fred Bass, of Kissimmee, was 1 1 ing the summer with friends in Suf- played and the strong rivalry betweenthe all kindsPreserving
: Haden is full of the two teams makes the games all Your Silver
among the visitors to Orlando yes- folk. Mrs. war
the more interesting. It is needlessto
terday. This was Mr. Bass' first visitto news and her many friends in Orlando -
this city in.some weeks and he expressed -!i are very much interested in hearing state that the teams were named ; Wrights Silver Cream ElectroSilicon. -
great surprise at the rapid j her tell of the happenings that I after the contenders for the world's Kettles

strides Orlando had made. II have occurred while she was in the title. ; .

I war-swept country. The return passage -
"THE GIRL OF THE MIDWAY" AT
Mr. and'Mrs. O. F. Brookmire, who I' was uneventful in so far as belligerent OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT ', South Orange Avenue | ; Pick Your Teeth.
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leon j warships,were concerned,and

ard Bumby at their home on South I I with the exception of rather stormy If continuous applause, cheers and 1'111111111111111111111'
weather the trip was a delightful With the Gold Medal
for the month ToothpicksPotted
'DeLaney street past, ,.I rippling laughter is an indication of -- -
left yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic one. I satisfaction, then the audiences at the

Coast Line for their home In Messrs. George H.. Corbett and opera house have been satisfied with VENEER CORES j i w
Indianapolis, Ind. il oft
the production the "Pharmacy
Ernest Hargreaves, Carnegie scholarsof ALL LENGTHS AND ANY
1 i i Plants Cut Flowers Funeral
Girls" Zarrow's
the Imperial Bureau of Entomology by "American Girl"company. QUANTITY ,

Prof. H. S. Pope, director of the London, who have been sent out Special prices for October. Designs Wedding Decorations.
musical department of Rollins College by the British government to obtain a Tonight will be presented "The Girl Stock up before cold weather. \ \ ,

Winter Park, was in the city field training in economic entomologyin of the Midway," which is said to be FIRE-PLACE Also CHUNKS AND

last night greeting hiS'many friends. this country, and who have been one of the best productions of the OAK WOOD

Prof. Pope enjoys an enviable reputa- the guests of Mr. W. W. Yothers for company, and a constantly increasing THE SANITARY GROCERY
tion as a leader in musical educationand the past three weeks at the bureau of audience is expected. Each and every Orlando Wood YardB.
the standard in music for member of the Zarrows CARUTHERS & GORE
high entomology here, left Orlando Sun- company W. Kingsley, Proprietor
which Rollins ,is noted is due largelyto I day for Batesburg, South Carolina, works hard to please and they are PINE STREET AND R. R. Phone 200

his exceptional ability and unflag- for the government station there, to successful, and seldom is one of the Telephone 344
ging interest in the institution and continue their studies on cotton red musical or dancing numbers permitted 9-30 J f 6 & 8 E. Pine Street .

his work. spider. Mr. Archibald H. Ritchie, the to pass without an encore. .111111111111111. 11111111111111111111111111111. ...

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leave tomorrow for Orlando,where Gainesville, and who has just received have
just opened a large new
they go to attend the annual camp appointment as H. M. entomologist to stock af table linen, art linen, shirt-
meeting of the Seventh Day Adventist the department of agriculture, Jamaica waist linen, towels, napkins, white
church, which is now in session will remain here for some time counterpanes, and blankets. Get our
prices before buy.
there. The last camp meeting was yet to devote further attention to the 10-13-6t you W. M. SLEMONS.OSTEOPATHY. '
held in Lakeland, and much interestwas citrus problems. Under the courteous

evinced therein. Reports from direction of Mr. Yothers the students
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Orlando are to the effect that the have visited groves in various partsof

"tented city" is occupied by a large the state and expressed greatest

number of delegates, several hundred satisfaction with the insect control DR. J. C .HOWELL
being in attendance. Sleeping'quar- work which is being directed from
ters, in tents, are provided, while the the federal field station here. Their Hoars, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo You Electrical

meetings are held in a large tent sojourn in Florida has been greatly extra charge tor house treatment

holding about 1,000 persons.Lakeland enjoyed by the Britishers, its brevity : Telephone connections

Telegram. being the only unpleasant feature. Office cor. Orange and Central Ares.MM .

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PIGS AND,EDUCATION.AND PIGS FOR RENT-New 5-room house, uD1ber. Lath and
WANTS Shingles
PLE'S
"' .AND-DEBTS modern, reasonable rent to respon- ,
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sible parties by the year, apply 510
W. Central ave.WANTEDSalesman. "' ,

Tuskegee Institute, Ala.-Our race-
MUNNIMAKERS
and Col-
is in constant search of means with Notices .f Lost. H.ntd. Fer :ale,. roc lector, apply to Singer Sewing Ma- ML fNAZI LUMBER
' which to provide: better homes, Rtnt. eta for tbu eoion.! ::lc. for ens! 'ay. chine Co.. Orlando, Fla. 10-14-tf *

schools, colleges, and churches, and SOc. for three da r.. cr S*.. err one w.k t'fwcrds
.. FOR RENT-Good Boarding House,
.
with which to pay debts. This is especially IS cr 1_ Money cc pary
furnished and dose in. Will rent for
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for this cl M &
the d trtl nU
the hard financial > 3 6 12 months. Possession
true during or at "-
nucrtUnj will b. md a credit.
conditions obtaining on accountof once. Also some rooms for light ORLANDO \
house-keeping. See or phone F. L. ,
the European war. All of this'cannot Range, Anderson 112
FOR SALE-Cooking per- W. Church street. \
be done at once, but great prog- fectly new also oil Cooking Stove. Phone 459. 10-14-tf 1

ress can be made by a good strong Call mornings at 707 ,East Central
10-9-6t FOR SALE-By Clarence W. Rose,
pull together, in a simple, direct man- avenue.- 308 North Main street, a Cote and
ner. How? FOR SALE-Cheap. A Planet, three lots. A 14-room house fur- Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Limetlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll
There are 1,400,000 colored fami- Jr., Garden Seeder and Wheat Hoe nished, both close in. Please inves- I
who"live Attachment, nearly new, also 100! investigate. 10-14-10t
lies in ,
on farms or villages
or small towns. Of this number, at gave Egg Incubator 94 per cent, used, hatch.-623 one year and W. FOR SALE-Horse, 14 hands high, 8 :: : :::::':::::: ::'::::" : ]!!!!??JMf jf::::??

the present time, 700,000 have no Church street. 10-6-6t years old, sound and gentle, weighs
.,
900 pounds; price $135. Richard Car- t; :
pigs. I want to ask that each family FOR SALE-14-room house fully ter, Lake Mary, Fla. 10-11-3t -

raise at least one pig this falL Whereone furnished splendid location, price cI-:: ESS

or more pigs are already owned, $5000, terms. Apply Alfred Hadley FOR SALE

I want to ask that each family raise 308 Magnolia Ave. 10-6-2w Established cash business. 208 South

one additional pig this fall. FOR SALE-Or trade for real estate Wright Orange Realty and Avenue Seed Co.

As soon as possible, I want to ask a five-passenger automobile in 10-11-1w
nice shape. Address No. 112 West result from the introduction and
that this plan be followed by the or- Church street, city. 10-4-1m Important friendships right ,
ganization of a pig club in every com- BUYERS AND SELLERSI

munity where one does not already FOR SALE-One or both of a team the most important ones come through the right banking con-

exist. I want to ask that the mat- of black mares, weight 1100 and buy, sell, rent, and exchange real nections. Association is the keynote of all business We
ter be taken up at once through fam- 1200. Good drivers, single or double.C. estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla., success.
E. Enlow Winter Park, Fla. over 30 years. Have handled over '
ilies, schools, churches, and societies, 9-18-tf $20,040,000. Call and see me. invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-

farmers' institutes, business leagues, 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
FOR SALE-One Underwood type- est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
etc.The writer in good condition; one Bur- t
average pig is valued at about rough's adding machine, used only FOR THIS WEEK

$5. If each family adds only one pig, two months, and one Reading stand- Hunt the Place to SATe Money
ard motorcycle, in good shape. Bar- Fresh from the counry Eggs, per
in a few months at the present prices'for BANK & TRUST CO.11lllt:11IIIIIIII
gains on quick sale. Call or address, doz., 35c.Keifer .
hogs, $10 would be added to the
J. C. Sigler, Winter Park, Fla. Pears for cooking and
wealth of the owner, and $14,000,000to 10-9-tf pickles, 50c. peck.

the wealth of the colored people.If Apples of the best, 20c. to 25c doz.
ROOM FOR RENT-Pleasant loca- Peaches of the finest SOc. doz. i i i I i i I i IIIIIIII! I I i ? ' ' ' ' ' ' ' '
each family adds two pigs, it would fam- per : . . . . . . . .
tion; nicely furnished; private Grapes,Grapes,Grapes, 25c. basket.
;L have in a few months $20 more
202 East Robinson Ave. ll-3t
ily. Tomatoes, the best Maryland stock,
wealth, and $28,000,000 would be 8c. per Ib.Bananas. .IIMtt. !. ... UtM'MMItlMllililJMIiiiMllllliMiMIMMMIIi IIIIIIMMMIIIIIMIIIIMIIIMMillM
added with which to promote the wel- For Sale-Silver Cluster Grape the finest, 20c. per doz. ..tHIMliHIIIIMMHilliMilMMMMIilHlitCLOTHING

fare of the race during the money Fruit and Valencia late orange buds. Florida Bananas, lOc. per doz. -

stringency created by the Europeanwar. Vigorous.stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2 Oranges, Grapefruit, and fruit of
years old.9232m all kinds. Visit the little store and be
H. C. McDANIEL.
convinced quality and prices will
,
as
Let us not put it off, but organizepig
make you call again.
clubs everywhere. Give each boy FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine THE ORLANDO SPECIALTY CO.

and girl an opportunity to own and hammock land; eight in grove; the 109 W. Church Street
of will be from
present crop oranges
grow at least one pig. 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, 10-7-tf

BOOKER T. WASHINGTON. ready for stting-l0) acres in lake, Our new stock ofI
one and quarter miles from Apopka.
Price, $5,000. Address W. H., Box
HAVE YOU CATARRH 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf DressmakingMrs.

It's Disease FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. R. S. Cohoon has Pall and Winter
a Dangerous -Hyomei I [
Catarrh is the, which Effective is Remedy.indicated by tle.Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine 9-18-tf Cas- resumed her dressmaking i Clothing

colds and is now locatedin
sniffling, frequent and crusts in FOR SALE-A new safe, office and
the nose is a serious disease and if store fixtures. Inquire at Berman's Room 4, Way building,

not cate checked lining of surely the spreads air passages to the,deli-and store. 10-10-6t on Orange avenue, where Made by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in

frequently destroys the hearing.To FOR RENT she cordially invites _all ,

something cure that catarrh will you quickly must reach have the Rooms for light housekeeping; mod- ladies needing anythingin and anxious for to

diseased tissues; kill the germs, and ern nished, up; on to date Lucerne; furnished Circle; with or unfur-gar- the wearing apparelline we are you see our
drive the
Hyomei out is just poison.such a remedy. Be- Watkins.den, fruit and flowers. See 9-24-tf J. F. to call and see her. New Styles and high class tailoring. Best

ing a mixture of antisepic oils that ,
breathe through a small inhalerits
you health restoring medication cannot WANTED-grapefruit-Japan and oranges.persimmons N. ;Fran-also place in the city to buy clothing.

help going direct to the raw and inflamed cisco, at Duckworth's former shoe Real Estate ,
lining of the nose and throat, store, Orange avenue. 10-12-2t Boughtand
quickly relieving tha choked-up feel-
ing, stopping the unclean discharges,
FOR SALE-A good Roll Top Sold.City
and healing the sore spots-you Desk and Chair. Been used lit- .
very
breathe freely. Even the worst cases tle. Call on W. C. Sherman, Rock W. M. SLEMONSMIMIIIilMlllillM
at
responds
once. Building, opposite San Juan Hotel.
There is nothing for the treatmentof 10-8-tf Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash
catarrh ills that is easier, more I
and $1.00 per week buys a Lot
pleasant or so satisfying as Hyomei. FOR SALE

McElroy's Pharmacy sells it on the Second hand Chalmers car. Wright RENTS COLLECTED. .
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FAIRVIEW BIENNIAL SPECIAL

TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR SALE-Good dwelling, with N. P. HATCHERORLANDO .11.111. . . . . .fflffi'.i'i'.i'.iiiiiii'm'ii5O \\\\\ \\. \\\\ \\\\\\
ELECTION modern conveniences, close in; also ." .. .

Whereas the Biennial Election for established worth of stock grocery; good business trade,, easy$600 ,FLORIDA ; ;.

Fairview Special Tax School District terms. Address L., care Sentinel. Office at Pinehurst ParkP. ;; I
ordered and called to be held September 10-10-4t l. ""''e/
10th, 1914, was not held, as re- O. Box 281 /
ported to the Board of Public Instruc- MISCELLANEOUS 10-8-lm
tion by the inspectors appointed, .

Now, therefore, another Election is FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms.
hereby ordered and called to be held at 418 South Lake St. 10-10-1m
the usual voting place for such Elec- Matting

tions Fairview within Special the Tax boundaries School District of the TWO MULE TEAMS for sale; large; Do You Want a Good Japanese :

seven years old and in excellent
on Monday the 23rd day of Novem- condition. Box 272.
10-13-3t Home in the ?
;- ber, 1914, for the purpose of electing Country
three trustees for said Disrict,and to FOR RENT-Two rooms for-jight
determine the number of mills to be as- housekeeping, with all modern con- 9x12
sessed on the property within the veniences. Inquire 312 E. South St. Rugs
d boundaries of said district.It 9-25-1m
is further ordered that J. D. --
4r Henderson, clerk, J. T. Robertson, and WANTED-Servant girl or woman to Our list containes some very at- i

R. D. Eunice.be and are hereby appointed cook, wash dishes, wash and iron
tractive propositions both in city and
Inspectors of said election. for family of three; also to sweep and. %
By order of the Board of Public In- dean up three rooms; to have break- $8.78
; struction at its meeting held October9th fast by 5:30 in morning; dinner at country property. And we will be

1914. 12:30, and supper at 6 p. m. J. W.
Cain. pleased to submit them to you.
J. F. McKINNON, 10-12-lw
Co. Supt. Pub. Instruction I
and Sec. To those who have sell SALE
:, of the Board. WANTED-Chambermaid. I wanta property to ON
good, neat, clean, experienced
chambermaid. One who is willing to or to rent, we invite you to call at
FOR SALE work and knows how and what to
do in her line of work. Only colored our office and list your property withus.
Nursery stock one, two, three and help wanted. Must gi\e good refer- Monday and Tuesday i
four year old buds; Fester Early ences. Write stating what experierceyou The same courteous treatmentthat ii
Pineapple, Java, Homosassa. Washy have had, where you worked last
ington NaveL Address Mrs: t.KaEle* and how long you were there and has marked all of our business
Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf what wages you expect.-Address W. i
C. Temple, Alabama Grove, Winter dealings will be extended to you.

S Don't wait for every one In town' to Park 10-6-lw

{, have Entrican, the painter before SnowdenLow
a you try. Am too busy to look you LOST-Sunday, coat to Palm Beach Cooper Atha Kincaid & 1

up. Phone 636, and I will be on the suit, between Rock Lake Farm, on

job. 1-20-tf Kentucky street, via Colonial Drive, 114 South Orange Ave. Ground Floor
Magnolia avenue and Marks street
h Who is your painter and decorator? and Fern Creek avenue. Finder leavein Phone No. 311 Furniture House.
If you are satisfied keep the one you rear 49 West Church street and Priced
e have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican. receive reward. J. Schnarr. I

Ne. 636. 1-20-tf 10-13-2d-lw 5-TOURIST TRAINS5FROM Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida

Wood, $1.50 a strand Hand's FOR RENT-Four nice furnished
Coal Yard, phone 566. up. 9-31-tf rooms. Will rent to adults only. ..1111. . : !!!! t !! !! : !""I'1"f': : :! : ::: :: '::: ::+**!..!..!.
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Brazing specialty at mare, A. B. MOOREPlain
Warman's Repair Shop o. Court St. or buggy horse. Address, careWright's "DIXIE LIMITED" Dudley Matthews .....-: -:x :
Box :::::;;
12-6-tf. 567. 9-2-tf "SEMINOLE LIMITED"
: and Decorative
"MONTGOMERY ROUTE" 5.- Painting
i If want bicycle fixed in WANTED FRESH COW giving ten AND GENERAL
you your to fourteen quarts a day. Write or "SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED"Pullman ARCHITECTURAL Paperhanging and Kalsominin
a hurry take it to Warman's Repair call at Ward's store Winter Park. Cars from Chicago, St. DRAFTING.
Shop. 12-6-tf 10-10-1w I Louis, Cincinnati, Lonisville, and intermediate DR. L H. RAMSDELu First-class work. good material and
points to Jacksonville,Fla. Blue Printing and Map Work. Pat- ; OPTOMETRIST reasonable prices. No jjb too largeor
FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with ent office drawings, show cards, and too smMl Drop me a postal, and
DINING CARS Dr. O. P. Likin)
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKINGAt to
< (Successor
will talk it
garage; elegantly furnished; on general commercial art. Perspectives we over.
208 East Robinson avenue. Misses Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. Via in color or flat washes. !ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE
Berke, formerly with Miss Hovermale. 8-27-tf ATLANTIC COAST LINE
10-3-lm Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. ROOM izYowc11Duckworth FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES A. B. MOORE.P. J

WANTED TO EXCHANGE a large G. KIRKLAND, D.P.A. Building
ALL KINDS OF !
T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. Shetland pony for a larger horse. Hillsboro Hotel Tampa, Fla. AND DO -. O. Box 824; Orlando 1
3 Conscientious work at fair prices. Reel's Steam Laundry, 814 N. Orange A. W. FRITOT, D.P.A. PHONE 54Z REPAIRING
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf avenue, or phone '654. 9-29-tf 138 West Bay St* Jacksonville Fla. 9'tO'dAwtf t OPTICAL 1 10-9-lm





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Being the Letters an Orlando Lady CONWAY NURSERIESGROWERS
Writes to Her Friends at
Other Places AND DEALERS IN TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD


Dear You Northern wrote me Friend that you: hardly knew All Leading Varieties of Citrus TreesR. COOK WITH GAS

where to spend your winter. You say ,
winter T. PEEL, Proprietor. .
you do not care to spend your
in California as you care nothing for Local Salesman
with crowds and
expositions their I Glen St. Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATEBox
rush. Of course a quiet little retreatin 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida. 6. Speed '
sunny France or Italy is out of 924tfMMMIIIIIIIIIIMMIIMMMilllllltllMIIIMIMIMI 1. Convenience
the question now. Why not come to
Florida instead? Come to the land i 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency .
of sunshine. Of course you would expect -
me to boost Orlando, as I live 1 8. Safety
Cleanliness
3.
here and think it the fairest spot in
all the state. If I were a "cracker"you THE OLD RELIABLE 9. Perfect Regulation i
might think me prejudiced, but I 4. Simplicity
am not, you know. of Heat :
But I do not ask you to take my DANN'S TRANSFERDr. .5. Accessibility
word. Ill tell you a few of our at- 10. Economy 1

tractions. Of course, as you remem- B. D. WIENANGA, Prop.
ber, I've often ranted on the natural
beauties of our little town-its lakes
affording boating and excellent fish- Livery, Draying and HaulingWE 5. ACCESSIBILITYGas 1
oak festooned
ing; our beautiful trees I
with the Spanish moss
picturesque
and frequented with the gay little is accessible to everyone living on streets reached, by 1
squirrels; our abundance of trees ofall GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE .
: our 18 miles of mains.
kinds and numerous plants, vines,

and shrubberies. But we can offer We bring the pipe to.the curb free of charge and run the J
you more than natural beauties. Manas AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
well as nature has placed his line into your house at cost. 1
stamp of approval on us.
We have beautiful homes, fine ho- Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited We also sell the best appliances on the easiest of terms tolall j a
tels with all the modem equipments 1
end beautifully laid out grounds. We HORSES FOR SALE people of good credit.If t

have two good school buildings. I you are not now using Gas it will to investigate.
pay you
might say right here that our school 'Phone 257. Orlando, FloridaIliilllllMIIMMMMiiitititmoillllMllllliiiiii j
system is like a good many other i
things-a wee bit .too much system
and red tape. But like a good many II I
other things it wil doubtless regulate I
itself after a bit and we will remem- ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

ber cation that is the not origin to pound of the things word into Edu-a I SPRAY NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE ilSCHMARR'S

child by a certain system, but comes INSECTICIDE SPRAYt GAS DEPARTMENT
from the Latin word Educo meaningto *;

lead out or develop what is alreadyin HIM IMMIII , ,MtlllltIM*...
the child. t ..IMMMMIMMMMtetiMMMM . .. ,.1111
Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale, Rust Mite
But I am digressing from my sub- and Red Spider that i is hit. Removes sooty mold .iHIMMMMMIMIIMIMIHMMMMiMlltMUMMMMHMiMltMIIIMMitHIMIIw
which to tell the
ject was
you many
reasons why you should winter here. and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September .. -
If you've read all the pamphlets I and October are two of the best months for
I for White and Scale. Prevents in-
have sent you you will readily concede spraying Fly
that Orlando is the healthiest sects from sapping trees all winter, and brings them c-:: 1

place not only in Florida or the out in a good, healthy condition in the spring, thus
United States, but possibly in the insuring a good healthy growth and bloom.J. .
whole wide world. We were the 7%> v -
healthiest before we had a decent
SCHNARR & CO. Orlando Florida.
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sewer system, but now that we have ,

that we really have no employment Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure the White Fly '.
for the of health. But for fear 1M
board
w--tm
I Fungi. 9-9 D. and W 2-M ; ;
you may think we have no doctors,
sanatoriums, or hospitals to which I MIIIIIHIIIIIMMiMIIIIMIIIIIIMIIIMItitlMIIIIM
you can go in case you desired to
have one of the latest and most fash- 11,11111111111,111.1,11111,11111,11111111,1111111.Tb .
ionable operations, I will set your
mind at east at once by stating that
we have a good crop of physiciansand

curing.all or the killing.necessary Our equipment efforts must for B Bola PacK kinn L COffipally

be successful along that line as our
sanatoriums are full. Of course, we 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON
prefer to fill them with guests or
tourists rather than doctor's wives.
Write me if there is any hope of Packers and Shippers of Citrus 11 Horsepower GUARANTEED 3xSpecd Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic.
your coming Orlandoward, and I'll Mechanical Oil Pump, Step'Starter and 66 Refinements

vantages.write you again, telling you more ad- Fruits and Vegetables. 8275.00

YOUR SOUTHERN FRIEND. I will operate alone under above name and shall ap-

Read the Sentinel want ads. preciate the business of all who have and any who have i Wright & HilpertI29 Orange Ave.

F not patronized me in the last three years. For informa- 1 Fla. I
tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossingof
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GORDON'S CARRAIGE A Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure -------- - - II- -

building, which I am equipping with Mauld's latest ma- TREES FOR SALE LIST YOUR PROPERTYwith LAUNDRYYour t

-ANDmm chinery and can consequently give you same service The Terra Ceia Nurseries have for general
me cow, while I have the timeto laundry work, French
which has for itself. sale the Walters (Florida Standard) dry cleaning, and
always spoken pressing will be
look it and familiarize ap-
variety of grapefruit, from one to over myself preciated. Satisfaction
B mm O My efforts will be to sell all possible before resortingto three years old, budded on three to with the talking points. I made the guaranteed. Open September and service 28th.
four years old rough lemon roots; largest number of sales last winter Phone 6o4. Reel's Steam
distribution. ,
and the Heart's Tardiff orange. one and expect to do even better this win- for whites only. Laundry
L T. HARRELL Prop. year old buds on 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
Piano and Furniture Manager. condition. sale by putting it off. .Call todayat Up to date paurang, papering, etc..
TERRA CEIA NURSERIES, my new offices in the Watkins is the kind want. Where
you to
Moving a Specialty 9-18-2 building and list getit
Terra Ceia, Florida.J. your property. ? That's easy, phone 636. W. T.
C. Rowell Manager. WALTER W. ROSE.
8 E.Church St PHONE 4S7 A---l.I""lll a' I'lll"II'l.I.JJ II I.'III I. Correspondence.solicited." Real Estate .Phone 655j ..;..' Entrican. 1-20-tf 1--'


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k : BELGIAN CAPITAL AGAIN1VEDOTAY
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THIS TIME IT' GOES TO

FRANCE, TO BE OUT OF
REACH OF GERMANS

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Move Was Made Yesterday {S i ) j;. :

Morning, Various Ministers ,
Moving Departments to : :' j.
Offices .. .,
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Bordeaux, France, Oct. 13.-It has ,,
been decided to transfer the "
Belgian -
Tomorrow and every other day, you'll finda government to France in order thatit .
check account with the State Bank mighty may have full liberty of action. : DO YOU UNDERSTAND

handy in keeping an accurate record of your The foregoing was announced officially -

money affairs. Several in Bordeaux Belgian today.ministers accom- U; It II 1-- How you can personally be benefit-

Take note-how many business men panied by a group of officials left ted by the advantages accruing to.
cash? lew for businessmen Ostend this morning for Havre,where *
pay you In Very the French government has prepared : the commmunity by

cannot take chances by carrying money temporary: offices for them. '. .

about. The safe way is the business-like the King Belgian Albert remains at the head of ; The Federal Reserve Act ?
way-our bank checks. I army.

Try paying with checks. ARGENTINE CONSUL KILLED AT : .' Call, telephone or write and we will .

ANTWERP BOMBARDMENTLondon : mail our booklet--just out---which .
Bank of Orlando .
The State '
Oct. 13.-The correspondent ,. .'. explains this act fully and clearly. :,., ;.
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.at Amsterdam of the Central -. .. .
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f News quotes the newspaper Het Volk .: .: ;
to the effect that the Argentine con- .
sul at Antwerp, M. Lemaire, was L..jr
killed during the bombardment by a
shrapnel shell. The missile struck

the roof of the consulate and penetrated ;"'r};t f : ..
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1 to the cellar where the consul '' : '. :; :
THE NEW VENTILATING SYSTEM I gienic conditions. The fan blower was sleeping. -
AT THE PUBLIC has a capacity of twenty-five hun- -

SCHOOLA dred cubic feet per minute. RUSSIAN PRINCE OLEG DIES OF : .:. ., : : :: .,
The plant consists of a large cir- WOUNDS :1 .:.= : d ..,' .
cular fan in the basement operated by { : F"1 ;
new and improved system of ven- electric motor which insures Petrograd, Oct. 13.-Prince Oleg, a .:"D" t: ..... Tj" O.
has been installed in the an con- I son of Grand Duke Constantine, died : : ",... .., ." .. -. : :. '..: ..... :" : ; :
tilation just stant air circulation and is also prac- yesterday of wounds received in ac I ':: : : :'. : :: -- : .. '. '.. ':':-' '.- :::: '. ,, ;,''; :. ': .:" >,,. .) .
recently completed public school tically noiseless. Each room in the tion. .. ... .

building on Magnolia avenue, thereby building contains an intake for the T ... ... .... ,
making that splendid structure thor- fresh air current also an: outlet pipe ( .- ( .\.:::: .:..:.....' :;:', ..:.L,.:'..::..=t.ij.: ?. ,r.;;. .:.:. :'; .
Mr. E. E. George arrived in Orlando .. '
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oughly up to date in every way. for the impure air. The whole plant
: last night from Cincinnati, Ohio,
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fact the system is a combinationboth is one of the finest that can be pro-
of heating and of ventilating, cured, and the children are assuredof I i and will probably spend the season in WILL TRY TO GET NONCOMBATANTS NOT MUCH HAWAIIAN JURY TIED IN THE
Orlando. Mr. is friend of
the latter being now in use. with fresh air whether it be warm or George a OUT OF KIAU CHAU McCARN CASE
I Mr. D. J. the well known
Dykes contractor -
great success. It affords perfect ven- cold weather. Tokio, Japan, Oct. 13.-As the result Guess the Orlando Sentinel will
and builder.If .
tilation to every room, even with the I of the Japanese emperor's desire want to trade that Birmingham team Honolulu, H. I.. Oct. 13. The juryin
; doors and windows closed, as some- SPREADING OVER that lives of non-combatants and neu- off for the Braves when the series is the trial of Jeff McCarn United
}- times may be necessary in time of. CHOLERA AUSTRIAHUNGARYLondon IS you want to learn to sew, join trals in Tsingtau be spared, Meyer over.-Arcadia News.H. States district attorney of Hawaii
stormy or cool weather. thedressmaking class taught by Miss Waldeck, governor of Kiau Chau, has charged with assault with a dangerous -
This system combines all the latest I_ Oct. 12.-A Rome dispatch Echols. Pupils make their own clothes sent German officers to arrange with Kanner's great sale continues weapon, disagreed today and was
improvements, and patterned* after I says according to a Vienna message, under supervision of Miss Ech the Japanese details for departure of discharged. The vote stood 6 to 6.
the ventilating systems used in all the cholera is spreading over the entire ols, she being responsible for the fit such persons before the final attack until November 1st. 11tfIf McCarn was accused by Claudius Mc-
: large city hotels and trans-Atlantic 'dual monarchy, new cases averaging and style of garments. Tapestries, upon the German fortress by the Bride, an. attorney, with having attacked -
steamships. The air in each room forty daily. oil, water colors, and china painting Japanese and British forces.H. you have subscribed for the Sentinel him May 5th in altercation
i' with all the doors and windows closed j taught by Miss Echols. Studio in and are not receiving your pa- arising from a lawsuit.
will be absolutely fresh four times I I H. Kanner's great sale continues I Watkins building. Hours from 8:30to Kanner's great sale continues:per, you will do a favor by notifying
each hour, insuring satisfactory hy- until November 1st. 11tflililiiilliMIIMMilMMI 5. Call and see her work. 11-6t until November 1st. 11-tf'us at once. Get the news in the Sentinel first.ViViiiiViiiiiiiiii .


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Our Fall Stocks Were Purchased Before the First Hint

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Feature Tomorrow a Wonderful Selection of NEW FALL SUITS. All Striking


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


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

1 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. t
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 to what '
the best information at our command as women
with Lilac Blue
and Pink
i. Crepes and fancy novelties. TO ENCOURAGE EARLY designs, also 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
y $25.00 50 Cents
54-INCH SATIN-FACED CHIFFON BROADCLOTHS,

shrunk. The shades, Midnight Blue,
sponged and new
FOR TOMORROW WE WILL FEATURE NEW NEW WOOL TAFFETA, 42-in. wide. One of Fall's
MODELS IN BEAUTIFUL TAILORED HATS Navy, Belgium Blue, Russian Green, Moravian Plum Favorites, Midnight Blue, Belgium Blue, Navy, Plum,
Brown, Grey and Black. One*yard and a half wide. Gray, Green, Rose and Black.
$8.25

j' $1.75 85 Cents
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