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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 16, 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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6LUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1914. NUMBER 212. i 1

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UK OF BATTLE "HAS AGAIN HOW UNEMPLOYED MANY WILL MAN AID?AN STATE HAS ATTORNEY RESIGNED LANDIS AMERICAN WOMA N WRITES( OF HER j





TURNED( IN I FAVOR V ALLIES( BY LETTING ODD JOBS HIM ABOUT DO SOME WILL AS TAKE APPOINTED SUCCESSOR EFFECT IS SOON WORK AS A RE] CROSS NURSE >!1


YOUR HOME DAUGHTER OF PROMINENT .
ANOTHER DASH FOR PARIS

Scores of Men Here Seeking Number of Prominent Lawyersin WINTER VISITOR NURS- j

IN BlGUIM( AND FRANCE( Work or and Face They Starvation Must HaveIt or cuit the Are Seventh Mentioned Judicial for Cir- IS GERMAN PLAN ING WOUNDED


Become CriminalsA the Place MANY WOMEN DOiNGGRfATWORK 1
ACCORDING TO GERMANS
ADVANCE OF GERMANS TO ITALY WILL AVOID WAR serious problem has been thrust Rumors have been rife for some WHO ARRIVE IN 7

WARD COAST HAS BEEN upon Orlando and it is doubtful if time that Hon. Cary D. Landis, state DENMARK Ministering to the Unfortunates

any satisfactory solution can be attorney for the seventh judicial cir-
CHECKED Is Noble Task Taken Up by
I j. IF POSSIBLESOME found for it at once. Scores of young cuit, had resigned or would do so at I Failure of Russian Advance En-
and old men have thronged to this an early date. The DeLand News of Many Women of All

FAIL OF OSTEND A CERTAINTY OVERT ACT MUST city in search of employment and all yesterday disposes of all speculation ables Kaiser to Dispatch Walks of Life t
of them have not been able to secureit by declaring that his resignation was More Troops Into
THREATEN HER SAFETY the when the forwarded to the on Sep- France
pending busy season governor There is no dearth of stories and
French Recapture Muelhausenand BEFORE SHE ACTS tember 30th. The News
shipment of citrus fruits gives em- says: incidents coming from the Europeanwar
Altkireh in Alsace- I ployment to hundreds. "Hon. Cary D. Landis on September London, Oct. 15.-"Germans arriv- zone, but the following letter
, Ambassador Says Movement of Evidently the effects of the war in 30th sent to Governor Trammellhis ing here," says the Copenhagen correspondent from one of the brave American wo-

German Shell Strikes Troops Does Not Mean War Europe are being felt in other places resignation as state attorney for of the Times, "state that men acting as Red Cross nurses is a

Rheims Cathedral but Was Planned Some much more seriously than here, and the seventh judicial circuit, to take owing to the failure of the Russiansto little out of the ordinary, ana will

Time Ago has caused this sudden influx of un effect as soon as his successor can be make progress against the Ger- prove all the more interesting to Or-
employed. Some of these appointed and qualified. mans, the Germans have decided to
men are
Paris, Oct. 15-(Special)- lando people because the father of
professional tramps, but the majorityof "About four months ago Judge immediately transfer considerablemasses the writer Frisbee
Washington, Oct. 15.-Italy's policy Captain spent
Although the fall of Ostend appears them are apparently honest and Landis informed the writer that he of troops from the eastern to
several winters here and is well
in the war was made plain by would October 1st that the the western fronts for an advance on
industrious resign ;
to have become a certainty and only seek an oppor- known. It was written from Nice,
Ambassador Macchi di Cellere today, tunity to work-and work they must demands on his time as the senior Paris. .:
north- France, on September 16th, and describes -
the German sweep member of the firm of Landis Fish "This transfer already has
when he stated that his government have or choose between becoming probably in detail the work the Red
west to the coast has been circumvented would not take up arms unless she criminals and starvation.One & Hull were too great for him to try begun, as ordinary train traffic is Cross nurses are doing in one of the
possible solution of the prob- to fill the office of state attorney.A delayed forty-eight hours." I
by the allies in driv- was forced to do so by some overt act : hundreds of improvised hospitals:
lem has been offered that resultin month ago, it was rumored that From the same source, the corre-
I may Nice, France, Sept. 16, 1914.
ing a wedge between the army which threatened her safety. Al- Landis had his he learns that there is
Mr. resigned and
mutual benefit to the unemployedand ;; suc- spondent says I Ia i (Wednesday Night, 2 O'dbck.)
though officially a member of the tri- cessor was named. He then informed large amount of sickness among the
of General Von Beseler and the to the city. Most of these men My Dear Ones:-If you knew
forces of Generals Von Kluk ple alliance and bound by this agree- are willing to do any kind of work ;I the
ment with Germany and Austria for that will bring them a dollar or more, the position and would not resign. "The plan for the occupation of lines! I am dressed up as a Sister

and Von Boehm, which compose purposes' mutual protection, the and doubtless dozens of citizens of Upon Judge Fish's return from the Paris drawn up by the Germans before f of Charity (Red Cross) and am sitting -

the German right of the main ambassador declared Italy had no intention Orlando have odd jobs they would West, the decision to resign was then the battle of the Marne," conI I in a corner of the large hall of
of endangering its neutrality' like done aroimd their homes that arrived at and the resignation sent in. tinues the correspondent, "contem-I the beautiful Hotel Ruhl, which has
line of invaders in France. have "Mr. Landis has held the office plated a demand for an indemnity of :
by yielding to the influences of any been neglected because' of the been converted into a hospital for our
Definite information from offi- about two and has performed and unless the entire
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outside powers to take sides in the trouble incident to finding some one years $1,000,000,000 :poor wounded soldiers. I am on "
cial sources regarding the move- conflict. to do it. I the duties with energy and satisfac- sum was paid within a fortnight guard this night, with another lady,

ments and strength of the arm- The ambassador. said the reported If this be the case those citizens tion. The News hopes that as competent property of equal value was to have and I just went around the central
I a man be selected to suc- been taken to Berlin, including art
ies engaged is lacking becauseof troop movements in his country were may help the unfortunate and at the may hall where we have charge as Sistersof
in no way in the nature of offense same time help themselves by leaving ceed him."Among. works and libraries, and retained Charity of 56 wounded young men
the excessive stringency of the candidates for appoint- there until full satisfaction of the indemnity '
but merely routine changes planned their names and addresses with Chiefof from 19 to 36 years. In the day time
the censorship inaugurated with before the outbreak of hostilities. Police Wm. Smith, stating what ment are :Murray Sams, of DeLand, ; was made." I we are twelve ladies and two doctors,

the development of the 'move- kind of work they want done, and George DeCottes, of Sanford, and Peter with their assistants, in our hall.

ment in the Department du what they are willing to pay for it. Johnson, of Kissimmee. Judge There are two other sections besides.
Nord in France and in West PORTUGAL CAN MOBILIZE lie will then send a man to do it, and Massey, of Orlando, is also" mentioned BIG SLIDE BLOCKS THE We have all in all 200 men in this

will be glad of the opportunity of as .a possible candidate. hotel. Gene is head assistant of the
Flanders and where
Belgium, I serving some unemployed man by I I PANAMA CANAL main,doctor and dresses wounds tith
two great armies are reportedto HALF MilliON MEN BRITISH SEND MARKOMANNIATO
helping him to help himself. him from 8 to 12 and 2 to 7 o'clock
have met in a great pitched Look around your house this morn- BOTTOM OF SEA I every day. Brother Charles helps as

battle. HAS NOT DECLARED WAR ing after you have read the Sentinel EARTH FALLS INTO WATERWAY secretary in the office in this same
London Oct. admiralty
and see how many little jobs 15.pe All the hotels and buildings -
The official communique issued ON GERMANY BUT EXPECTED you FROM BOTH SIDES place. large
cruiser
that the British
would like to have done and for which announces
have been taken for the wounded -
at Bordeaux at midnight TO DO SO Yarmouth has sunk the German CULEBRA CUT
you are willing to pay from 25 centsto soldiers, and they are just crowded -
tonight reports among other a dollar You will be Hamburg-American line steamer
or more.
all
sur- as they are sent away as
Troops Sent to African Posses- :Markomannia in the vicinity of Su- Will Be Closed for Some Time
gains along the whole front the prised at how quickly a man will be quick as possible from the districts
capture of Estaires, thirteen sions to Protect Them sent to do your work, and you will: matra and has captured and is taking and Ships Now in Canal where the horrible fighting takes
have the satisfaction of that into harbor the Greek steamer Pont- Cannot Complete Their
miles west of Lille and on the Against Germany's Afri- knowing place.
Forces you have done a fellow man a favor. ports. Passage Our hospital was opened last Sat-
north bank of the Lys. This, can Both the :Markomannia and the
urday, when 159 men arrived at the
taken in connection with the
Pontports have been reported previ-
New York, Oct. 15. Two expedi- ARSENAL AT TRIESTE BADLY Panama City, Oct. 15.-A serious same time at 11 o'clock at night. We
previously reported occupationof tionary forces of Portuguese troops, DAMAGED BY FIRE ously as accompanying the German landslide in the Culebra cut at a late were all ready to receive them, but

Ypres and today's unofficial for one of which English transportswere cruiser Emden. The Yarmouth has hour last night interrupted completely could one ever describe the feelingsof

announcement that the allies used, sailed from Lisbon on Sep- London, Oct. 15.-Fire in the gov- sixty German prisoners of war on all traffic through the Panama ca- pity and emotion each one felt _.

had retaken Lille, indicates a remarkable tember 10 to reinforce garrisons in ernment arsenal at Trieste, the prin- board. nal. Several ships in the canal have when these poor boys were carried in
The Markomannia had
ton-
Portuguese possessions in Africa cipal seaport of Austria-Hungary in a gross been unable to complete their pass- one by one, dirty, tired out, exhausted. -
advantage gained by
of 4,505 and was engaged in the
which adjoin those of Germany. This the Adriatic sea, has virtually destroyed nage We began first by undressingthem
the allies during the two daysof African service. age.The.
was made known today by C. Rangelde an Austrian dreadnaught under reports indicate that there most carefully, then we ladies

fighting.The Sampaio, Portuguese consul gen- construction there, according to were earth movements on both sides washed them. (Some had not taken
army from Antwerp has eral at New York, and is the first a Central News dispatch from Rome. MRS. CARMAN GOES ON TRIAL into the channel from the slopes of their shoes off for 40 days.) They

not only occupied Bruges, only news to reach this country of any Six torpedo boat destroyers also NEXT WEEK Gold and Contractors hills, which are were put in their clean beds, but, of

fifteen miles from Ostend, on actual military preparations by Por- were damaged by the fire,which quickly virtually; opposite each other. Colonel course, they nor we had a minute'srest
tugal for the eventuality of that coun- enveloped the workshop. It is alleged Mineola, N. Y., Oct. 15.Special.Mrs. .) Goethals and other officials are this this very night. Most of these
the east but has
established a try's participation in the war. that a quantity of wood workin Florence Carman will take the morning making an examination of boys came from the hospital of Nan-

line swinging in an arc to the Mr. de Sampaio said he received no the arsenal was soaked with petrol.A stand and tell her story when her the extent of the damage.It cy, which they had to leave hurriedly,

south and then to the west, with I official confirmation of the reports number of workmen have been ar I trial for the murder of Mrs. Louise is said that traffic through the as the town was bombarded by the

the vanguard of the German I that Portugal had already declared rested. Bailey opens here next Monday. This canal will probably be interrupted for Germans. They were brought down

army occupying; Thourout and I war against Germany "in conformity The arsenal is said to have. been was definitely settled today by attor- some time.BANKERS'. here in freight cars and arrived 56
I i with its alliance with England," but greatly damaged. I neys for the defense. The day she I j hours after their departure from
Dixmunde, the latter but ten i
!,that he would not be surprised to J i will take the stand has not been defi- ASSOCIATION MEETS I Nancy; worn out, hungry and sick.
miles from the coast and to the hear it was true at any moment. Portugal "HERO" OF ZABERN NOT DEAD; nitely decided by counsel but will IN SEATTLE NEXT YEAR : We have all worked hard to make

southwest of Ostend. In Thielt, I has an army of eight corps in GETS IRON CROSS probably be Friday of next week. She them feel comfortable and tonight

fifteen miles southeast of active service, he said, and soon wouldbe will relate what she saw and heardat Richmond, Va., Oct. 15.-(Special.) I they all rest peacefully enough to

Bruges, a large force of Ger- able to put 500,000 men in the Berlin, Germany, via London, Oct. her home in Freeport on the nighta -The fourth annual convention of give me the time to write you these

mans have appeared and at least field.One 15.-Colonel von Reuter, who was. woman, was shot in Dr. Carman's 'the American Bankers' association I few lines-of course, with several in-

invaders of the expeditionary forces- commander of the Zabern regiment office. closed this afternoon. Seattle was I terruptions.The .
100,000 to
are reported about 5,000 men commanded by Colo- last year when trouble broke out be- I selected for next year's meeting. ladies of our section beggedme

have occupied Ghent. nel Rossades-had sailed, he said, for tween the townspeople of Zabern and RUSSIANS SEIZE TWO GERMAN William A. Law, first vicepresidentof to be the chefesse-this means

Angola (Portuguese Congo); the other the military has been awarded the I STEAMERS the First National bank of Phila- leader-and I occupy myself with the

French Have Again Taken Muel -6,000, commanded by Colonel iron cross of the first class for gal- delphia, was elected president for the general organization of our part. I

hausen and Altkirch Massano-for Mozambique, Portu- lantry on the.field. London, Oct. 15.-An Athens news- ensuing year, and other officers were take the temperature of the 56 boys

guese East Africa. Colonel von Reuter recently was 1 paper asserts that the Russian fleetin chosen. twice a day, look after their general
London, Oct. 15.Special.The ( .) "These forces were tent to protectour reported to have been killed in an engagement -' the Black sea has seized two Ger- welfare, the cleanliness of the sick
French have in the event of with ; beds and the Hi should
recaptured colonies war room. you :
Dixmuyden but the
near ,
man steamers loaded with cereal and SPAIN RATIFIES PEACE TREATYWITH
Muelhausen and Altkirch Germany," said the consul general. German see mamma ordering the poor plan-
according government denied the accuracy bound from Galatz for Kustendie, UNITED STATES I
of the ton (soldier-the man who has to do
to a dispatch from Ba- report. i Roumania. I
the hard work) around. I tell you,
sel, Switzerland, transmitted to Three shells demolished part of Madrid, Spain, via Paris, Oct. 15.- he must sweep the whole time. f

the Exchange Telegraph by its the law courts. [Hoke Smith' The council of ministers has approvedthe I must say that the boys all like me .i
I Appeals to CongressTo ratification of the treaty of arbi-
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correspondent at Rome. Both very much-I just helped the doctor t
tration between Spain and the United
these positions have been taken Spain Expects Trouble With the I to put a poor young man's broken leg t

and retaken repeatedly duringthe Moors Come to Aid Cotton StatesWashington States. in a better position; this poor young- f
ster only calls me his mother
I' mamma; :
fighting in Alsace and Lor- Bulletin: London, Oct. 15.- CLAYTON ANTI-TRUST MEASURE died two years ago.) I could write 1

raine. (Spec al.-An Exchange telegram Oct. 15.-(Special.)- ated to build railroads in Alaska, for BECOMES LAW pages and pages about all we hear

from Gibraltar states that The fight by Southern senators to the government of the Philippines, and see, but it is too heartbreaking ;

German Shells Again Fall on! force congress to take steps for the I:and other expenditures, and asked Washington, Oct. .-President and we try to help the poor sick ones
columns of
strong Spanish
Cathedral of Rheims I relief of the cotton states was for- congress to come to the aid of the Wilson today signed the Clayton anti- to forget all the horrors they have _
troops are marching on Zinat, mally launched in the senate today South by warding off the greatest trust bill, completing the administration seen. x

Paris, Oct. 15Special.( on the frontier of the Spanish : when Senator Smith, of Georgia, i blow that has befallen it since the trust program. There was no Gene went home this evening quite

A dispatch to the Temps says zone, with a view to attacking : brought up his amendment to the war civil war. The amendment provides ceremony connected with the signing. tired out. He got up this morning at

another German shell fell on the the contingents assembled there. tax bilL Senator Smith said the that the government purchase five 5:30 to bring his car to the From. des

Rheims cathedral yesterday, destroying Trouble is expected from the measure in was not political but national million bales of cotton and hold it Office box letter files, 25 cents. Office Anglais, where it was taken away

the gallery of the Apse. Moors. : its significance. He recalledthe three years to protect the cotton supplies of all kinds. Prices the from him with hundreds of others by

millions that had been appropri-I states from disaster. lowest. Curtis & O'NeaL (Continued on page 8) .

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T ITEMS did not before.
come TRUE.CHEAP T. F.HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. I Eat all you want.Eat .
Geo. K. Thomas in
was Orlando c Conscientious work at fair prices. j what you want.
Taft FUu, Oct. 13.-Rev. R. J. last business. ( Phone
Saturday on I 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf Take a postscript and forget it.
Brewer, who recently came from Mis- John Hill is building another addi- I For sale by all druggists.
souri and settled northwest of town, tion to his house. Will he ever stop ttWITH PAINT MEANSThe Subscribe for The Daily SentineL l-7-d&w-lyr
will preach regularly each Sunday at building?
11 o'clock a. m. in the M. E. chapel. For callers over Sunday, visiting paint which covers the largest
Geo. K. Thomas returned last with friends, we had Mr. and Mrs. A. .
Thursday from Huntington, Pa., L. Wright of Orlando, Mrs. E. M. surface-Gives the longest service y9yeurfln 9meyTOur
where he has been spending the SUM- Thomas of Tampa, and Mrs. J. N.
-Lasts and looks well.
Ahik and son of Sanford.
mer.Mayor A. M. Bristol spent Thurs- Mrs. W. G. Sphaler was shopping in Business is to Make Your Work
day in Kissimmee on business. Orlando Saturday. THAT'SHarrisons'
.H. H. Child was an Orlando visitor Mrs. Ida Irving, of Jersey Shore, EasierBy
Thursday.Mrs. Pa., arrived last week and is visitingher i'
A. Franklin and Mrs. Minnie parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hill, supplying you with all kinds and styleeof
Riley were Orlando shoppers last ,on Sixth avenue. Mrs. Irving will I -zz "Town & Country" Files andFiting Cases Inkand Ink Stands
Monday. .remain for the winter. Pens and Pen Holders Pencils and Pencil
We understand that the novelty There was a very pleasant gather-
works are about to change hands I ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.A.J. A The result of over a Hundred Sharpeners Rulers and Ruling Pens, Type
again. Our only wish is that some Richardson Saturday afternoon when v Years Writers: and Type Writers Supplies and all
will take it that will make it the Experience.A U
parties I many little friends of their son, the material
needed around
the house
hum, and at the same time reap a I David, assembled to 'assist in celebrating Get our free book "Cause &' Effect." A desk. or office -
harvest'of shekels. The opportunityis his eighth birthday. The
there'for a successful business if time was in (U It tells you many things you ought to know. (,j
spent games, music, etc., Call us up whether you wish a 5c pencilor
properly managed.Mr. and eating ice cream and cake. Mrs.
SOLD a $50.00 Case.
BY Filing
C. Avery, who ,came here recently Herbert Tice assisted in serving re-
from Indiana, is cleaning up freshments. Those present were:
his lots which he has purchased near Bessie, Cora, and Marvin Sphaler, Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. W. S. BRANCH,
the Filbert block, preparing to builda Dorothy, Mildred, and Herbert Alder- ,
home. man, Charles F. Tompkins, Leon For the last Twenty-five Years. The Arcade Book and Music Store
Tell your real estate men to"whoop'er Crosby, Joe and Jay Tice, Eunice and
up" now, for last Tuesday night Nellie Harrington, and May Griffin. I I -
after the big rainfall Taft was nearly All were happy and went home wishing i
"all under water," but tell them to David might have one hundredmore
say also that the next day it had all birthdays at least.
run off through the drains. No more Mr.and Mrs. J. D. Miller, :Mr. and I $8 C Charleston and Return $8"Clyde
trouble here from water, providingthe Mrs. A. J. Richardson and children, i iI
houses do not leak, and they are I and Mrs. Herbert Tice and children I
all securely roofed. were pleasant callers on Mrs. Adell i i VIA
At our last meeting of the common Franklin at her country home west of:
council on Tuesday night R. K. Har- town last Sunday afternoon.
rison was elected as alderman, vice J.f Rev. R. J. Brewer was a dinner I Line"First
E. Tracy, resigned and moved away. guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Miller \j BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS '
A. J. Richardson was elected chair- on Sunday. LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
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man of the board. I We learn that several more of our I j Effective from August 1, 1914 to August Class, Meals\ and Berth IncludedThis
:Mr. R. Rosewater, of Toledo, 0., people who went north in the spring reduc-
and
) 1,1915 guaranteed against any
was a caller on his friend, C. H. Nel- are hurrying to get back to Taft, and i tion during that time:
son, last Thursday. He was on his some are now on their way to "Sunny i
- way motoring to Wauchula, where he Florida." The cold, frosty weatherup I Touring Car $555.00 special rate good on any of the Company's
;.u property. Mr. Rosewater was there causes them to "sit up and i steamers August 22nd to October 17th
'very-favorably impressed with Taft,! take notice" that down south "there Runabout 505.00F. inclusive.
.and in all 'probability he will dispose is a land of pure delight" (the next I O. B. Orlando. All can folly cqaipped.

wf his W -1tula property and return line is deleted), and they are hasten- Farther we will be able to obtain the m iranm efficiencyIn Return Limit 10 Days
mere and purchase property for a ing to escape from overcoats, coal. out factory production and the minimum cost in our of I
panhauntnd sales departments if we,r-ach an output
home. He says that he may return fires, frozen ears and fingers, etc. 300.000 can between the above 41at_
. here whether he sells or not. They And should we reach this production, we agree to pay as I Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville I every
NEED the buyer share from UI to $(0 per ear (on or about Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at
all fall in love with Taft after seeing MONEY FOR RELIEF August 1.1915) to every retail buyer who purchases a new I 2 p. m.!j .
its advantages,desirable location, and WORK Ford ear between August 1, 111 and August I, 1915.
attractions "too numerous to men- For further particulars regarding these low prices and profit-
tion." London, Oct. 14.-E. B. Wyman, sharing plan, see For reservations and further particulars apply to
J. H. Estes returned last Friday head of the information bureau of the F. G. RUSH,
::4 from Keene Valley, N. Y., where he 'American relief committee in London, 226 H. G. WENZEL Fla. Pass. Agent
has been spending the past summer. sailed on the Adriatic today for New Phone ,
His wife accompanied this timeto II York. He will endeavor to raise I
122 W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
enjoy Florida's lovely winter cli- money in America to enable the com
mate. She already regrets that she mittee to continue its work. -

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





are Sellers of City and Country Property.




We are Buyers of City and Country PropertyWe




are Owners of City and Country PropertyWe




are Builders of Houses and BungalowsWe




are a General Exchange for all transactions in g



any class of Real Estate



4 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.



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

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CHULUOTA SUNBEAMS C. Jacobs being ill and not presentthe IIAITIEN REBELS WIN VICTORY eugenics and better educational ad-

meeting was led by Vice-Presi-I I vantages for farmers' children were
Chuluota, Fla., Oct. 14.-We are dent Mrs. G. G. Jacobs, who led us Cape Haitien, Haiti, Oct. 14. The the principal topics before the Farm- 3 3i
having some pretty bright days now. through a survey of how the youngare Haitien rebels have won a victory ers' National congress which met here .GRANOI
Think.the rainy season is about over taught in the many parts of the II over the troops of the government at today. W. L. Ames, of Oregon, Wis.,

for this time. world and endeavored to arouse I a point near Limonade, on the north president, presided. i
Mr. and Mrs. N. C.Jacobs and chil- greater interest in the mission schools coast. The president's troops are re- ]
dren left Monday for City Point, Day- that the little folks may all be properly treating toward Grande Riviere. FOR SALE ;

tona and other points, hoping that the taught of the greater life as Veil I NlrserystocK, one, two, three and TODA.. i
salt breezes may improve Mrs. Ja- .as of this transient life. The hostefes' DISCUSS FARM EUGENICSFort four year old buds; Fester Early< 1
cobs' health. two daughters, Misses Mollie and An Pineapple Java, Homosassa.. Washington 1
Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle,
Henry Futch and family left last gie, served refreshing lemonade and Worth, Tex., Oct. 14.-Farm Apopka. Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf Daniel Frohman presents the popular photoplay star
Thursday for City Point to make it cake at the close of the program, and Carlye Blackwell In the famous natical ,J
their future home. Here is wishing Mr. M. L. Long furnished us with
them Success and prosperity in their some very pretty singing and banjo fMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMtTHE
new home. \ music during the social hour. All :
G. M. Jacobs and J. A. Prevatt left feeling that Mrs. Story had givenus CHASE & CO i 1 1A

have returned home after a two a very happy evening and profitable "The comSpltfire

weeks stay in the cattle region. They one as well. PACKING HOUSE 4.T {ORLANDO( j
gathered and shipped fifteen cars of
cattle.J. MORO HEAD HUNTER KILLED Is modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- ,
F. Story and Robert Brown have WELL KNOWN WHITE IN date machinery, and.gives the citrus grower the w

gone to Geneva to work in the or- PHILIPPINES PROPER PAC I ING j melodramatic farce of laughs and thrills.
anges this season.

Miss Addie Gresham, of Geneva, Manila, Oct. 14.-Charlie Schuchswas FIRST AID TO Four Great Reels Four Great Reels
began the school at Big Branch Mon killed and his wife wounded to- HIGHEST PRICESwhich

day.M. L. of N. C., is day by a Moro near Jolo- The man's however, would not accomplish the end desired J
Long, Pireway,
head severad from his body.
was by the grower, if he did not also have available the.services '. ;; : $ ?
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visiting relatives here this week. No reason for the murder is known. of : t i 'j;' :: ,1

Mrs. F. M. Story and her daughter Schuchs had lived among the Moros ,. .. t, n);,
Miss Angie, spent Thursday in Or- for thirty years and was held in high '.' r
lando on a shopping expedition. esteem. THE CHASE & CO .,i

Mr."Hamrick and Mr. Smith, of Or- -
SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM j a S' ,r{' hw
lando, were visiting at the home of

G. M. Jacobs last Sunday. SIMPLY BREATHE ITThat's which, with selling forces thoroughly organized expe-. Lt ..
Mrs. M. N. Leu, of Orlando, is vis- w .b. !
rienced, competent and reliable.
the Way You Use Hyomei, the k x
iting friends in Chuluota this week. 4< t ,
Safe Catarrh RemedyThe GIVES GROWER
THE
Mr. and Mrs. W. Brannon, of Pa-
harmless
most pleasant easiest -
latka have moved into the agent's and tne reallY sensioie method HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS 1'
cottage here. Mr.* Brannon is in for the cure of Catarrh is Hjomei, u
charge of the telegraph and other which can be had trom any aruggist. CORRESPONDENCE; SOLICITED ;
railroad business here. ,Just put twenty drops of the liquid \ GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS 4 ar..Y
the small inhaler that with ; ; a
Mrs. J. Tilden Jacobs, Mrs. M. E. in comes ; .
every complete inhaler that comes :
Jacobs George Long and Miss Sadia j 5 fyh FH.
with every complete outfit-then CHASE & CO., 9N
Blackburn attended church at Lock- breathe it. A few minutes' use almost -
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wood Sunday. instantly clears the head and 1 Main Office, Jacksonville, Florida
Mrs. L. B. Collins and daughter are stops that annoying sniffling. I A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla.
spending several weeks in Atlanta When using Hyomei every particleof I 930d&wI'II'IIIIIII'IIIIIIII ,
visiting friends. air that enters the breathing or- .,,, <, '
gans is charged with an antiseptic, 11111 I 111
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Sunday being George Jacobs' birth- healing balsam that destroys he ca-
day the friends and neighbors gath-I tarrh germs, stops the unclean dis-
ered together Sunday evening and charges from the nose, relieves the ,. 4
went in and spent the with irritation and quickly heals the sore 1
evening
A play that has had more: than one: thousand performance
him to help remember the date. The'and inflamed of tissues.will show The first decided day'suse ...South Apopka Nurseries.. on the sta e. The thrilling romance of the theft of a yacht. 4
Hyoraei a
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time was spent in singing and instru- ease of jewels and a heart.Mr.
I improvement no matter how distress- fr
mental music, and in generally visit- .ing the trouble. All the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange Fritz Hauer, Orlando's favorite violinist will again; appearas
ing. Every one expressed themselvesas Catarrh, which usually begins witha ; ; Trees, thrifty, well-rooted and clear of all diseases. soloist and has selected "CANZONETTA," a number that rs
having enjoyed the evening and neglected cold, often becomes a > New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family I featured by some of the greater artists.
wished friend George many pleasant very serious ailment, so don't wait ; : FREE Address "
returns. but start using Hyomei today-it is Hear that Violin Solo Hear "That Orchestra

Mr. DuBose, of Sanford, visited J. inexpensive and McElroy's Pharmacy SEE THIS PICTURE
sells it "No-cure-no- .South Nurseries.
always on Apopka !
Tilden Jacobs last Thursday.The .. ..
Woman's Misisonary Society I pay" plan. t 1 /\_ In other words be present and

convened at its regular monthly session .|iT. F. HOURIHAN Licensed Plumber. OCOEE, FLORIDA 94tfMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMJMMJIMJtMMMMIl' v/C spend a delightful evening 20cy
last Friday night at the home of: Conscientious work at fair prices. t

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f THE DAILY PUNCTUALITYBy COMPLETION OF IMPORTANT HALE-EMPIE ---

Sooth Florida SentinelMORNING ( Walt Mason) PAVING CELEBRATED Two of Orlando's- most popular

AND WEEKLY! The punctual man is a bird; he always Neatly paved with brick rather than young people were united in marriagelast

JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner is true to his word; he knows with ,the composition of sand, marl evening, when Mr. John Empie
and mud which had adorned it for a claimed as his bride Miss Lucille
Entered. at the po toffic at Orlando Florida that the skate who is ten minutes late number
of
at Second Class :Mail Matter. years, North Orange ave- Hale. The wedding party, consistingof .
is trifling and vain and absurd. He nue' was thrown open to traffic: yes- the bride and groom and Mr. and

Dafly. 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION.............RATES........... 15.00 says, "I'll be with you at four;" terday morning after having been Mrs. Rex Daniels, were driven to the
Daily. :Months ...................... 2.50 though torrents may ruthlessly pour, closed for about two months. Aboutone Episcopal church by Mr. Tom Aber-
Daily 3 Months ...................... 1.25
Daily. 1 Month ....................... 69 I you know when the clock strikes the hundred automobiles paraded the nethy, where Dean Remsen performedthe

.. .. .... ..... newly paved street and the loud toot- ceremony in the present of those
Weekly. 1 Year . .... 11.00 hour he will knock with his punctualfist
2 Weekly. 6 Months .................... .75 ing of automobile horns sirens and three witnesses.The .
at door. And "He
your you say
whistles announced to the world that bride and
were success-
i 0i : ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN is surely a trump! I haven't much groom
Orlando had
ADVANCETO completed the first step ful in concealing their destination
for the who is
use chump evermore
of the most extensive paving pro- following the wedding and could not
late making other men wait-the
ADVERTISERS: gram ever inaugurated in any cityof be located last night. Mrs. Empiewas
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for that is the The
place gent dump.
the size in Florida. one of the nurses at the Church
Gay fer display and all other hand-set
punctual man is a peach he sticksto
advertising mutt be handed In at the l all ae.. ; The procession was led by Mayor Home and Hospital and is a very tal-
gait. .( the Sentinel net later than 2 p. .. his dates like a leech; it's a pity,
the day hcfere publication. ThU rate applies Sperry and other city officials, followed ented and popular young lady, while
t. chances for contract advertising; it UiBTariablc alas, that he hasn't a class of bone-
by the newspaper men and then Mr. Empie is one of Orlando's most
and will be strictly adhered to.
headed sluggards to teach. He's wel-
fi by nearly one-third of all the automo- popular and successful young busi-
wherever he wends the
Subscribers desiring The Seentinel discon- come ; countryis biles in the city. Street Commissioner ness men. Both have a host of friends
tinued should notify the office in writing on full of his friends; he goes by the MILLINERY
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be S. A. Johnson was the happiestman here who will rejoice at their .happi
continued at the regular subscription rates. watch and he ne'er makes a botch of in all the procession, because he ness.
tntil notice to stop is received.FRIDAY
his time, so he never offends. If he
had to bear all the abuse incident to
I' he'll get married at nine, ,
says
you
OCTOBER 16, 1914. the keeping of an important street NOTICEABLE IMPROVEMENT IN
can bet he'll be standing in line, with
closed for many weeks. 1 APPEARANCE OF
his beautiful bride, and the knot will I I I STREETS Our
Do like this Other streets will be .paved as ran-I stocks are absolutely com-
paperArcadiaNews.
you be tied ere the clock is done makingthe --- --r .
One of favorites. idly as possible, and the public will be For than month Commis-
our sign. If he says he'll have cashedin .I more a plete-complete in style and colors -
inconvenienced while the work is sioner Clark Robertson
go- has had thecity's
at five, at that hour he will not be
and prices are consistent
Matches may be made in heaven, alive; can order his shroud and ing on, but it is safe to assume that mowing machine busy cutting

but not for cigarette lighting pur- assemble you a crowd, clear out to the all. will feel compensated for the inconvenience weeds on the streets, and a noticeable I with our policy of "One New

poses. boneyard to drive. The punctual man when the work is com- improvement in the' appearance of Standard of Values:" ''
o is pleted. the city is noted, though much remains
a jo! The biggest success that I '
Even Edison has never undertaken' know! He is grand and sublime, he I to be done yet. There are

the task of inventing a baby minus is always on time, not late by ten "TIlE GAMBLERS" AT GRAND miles and miles of streets to go over
the cry. minutes LAST NIGHT and not more than half of them have
or so. I
o been touched, but with patience Or- .

Women are not such a mystery as I "The Gamblers" was witnessed at lando will soon put on a very present-
they were before the slit skirt became PARTY IN HONOR OF MISS MARY both matinee and evening performances able appearance. Ready-to-Wear

fashionable. i SCRUGGS I I at the Grand yesterday by a Many of the streets not to be paved

a great number of people, and the uni- with brick are being regraded and

European names are only worse Miss Cora Davis entertained at versal opinion was that it was one of levelled up, all going to make Orlandoa
cards Thursday evening at her home Never before have our assort-
than the Mexican because there are the finest pictures shown here in some prettier place and a more healthy
The Briggs, in honor of her guest, time. The orchestra ments been as complete
more of them. played selec- place, because a well graded street is as now.
o Miss Mary Scruggs, of Orlando, five tions from "Naughty Marietta" for more easily drained and the rains In addition to the conceptions

Houses are in greater demand in tables of five hundred being played. their overture, and the applause that carry off much filth. .
Orlando than ever before at this sea- Miss Erna Newell made highest score they received showed that the peopleof : produced by the formost manu-

son of the year. and received the lady's prize, and Mr. Orlando realize' that they have a To he convinced of the producing : facturers of the style centers of

-- faulkner the gentleman's. A deli- fine organization in their city. I' power of Sentinel want ads.-try one. : the north
we are showing
cious some
cream course was served by the
Some people are not indignant over -
the threatened increase in the priceof hostess, assisted by her sister, Mrs. .: very handsome creations from

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diamonds. Briggs. : some of the premier costumiers
The guests of the -evening were
o Misses Anna Burkhardt, Gertrude High Grade Property : of Paris and London in
The hired girl makes more work II
Craig, Helen Fleming, Bessie Mab- .
:for the women, but she improves
bott, Alta Mabbott, Anna Mabbott, .
one's social standing."To I
Louise Majewski, Erna Newell, Zelia I have the Saunders
o recently purchased placesituated
Ray, and Messrs. George Brown, Evening Gowns
him that hath shall be given Martin Brewer, Faulkner, Fred corner N. Orange and Concord avenues

and the Sweet family is enjoying a Franck, Carl Lytle, Gene Newell, and am offering for sale at LESS than its value.
N. Y. Reception Dresses
reunion
at Sugartown,
Richard Ray, Arthur Van Camp, and
a The lot fronts on Orange avenue 100 feet, and has .
Neil Watkinsr Palm Beach Post.JIMMMMIIMMMIMMII.
The Carman trial next week will i I a frontage on Concord avenue of 240 feet. Or- : Coat Suits
divert considerable attention from .
ange and grapefruit trees and ornamental shrubbery -
the war, provided it is played up as .
Dwelling house in good condition and has .
most New York murders are. '
a t: T. F. IIOIRIHAN all modern conveniences. Garage. Streets on

; The ranks of the army of the unemployed I> Licensed Plumber and both sides paved with brick. See me if interested.
would become decimated if
Sanitary Engineer !
a few of the privates would stop _
'.' seeking a position and hunt a job. I. Estimates Furnished. Jobbing <
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Orlando property o owners are sup- I... Promptly PHONE Attended 629 to. $ S Y WAY x Our Junior Department

plying themselves with burglar i!', 106 Court Street
alarms to be attached to their gates Insurance and R estate Agent L has
ORLANDO FLORIDA t received special attention
and signs with the approach of Hal- t I

lowe'en. 4jllmIIIIMMMMMMMMMI PHONE 172NoticeQuick this season, many of the gar- I

a ments, while having that "chic"
The contending armies don't make
appearance dear to the heart
of
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much progress in France, but theycan
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always renew operations and kill the growing maiden, has also

off some more women and children in the additional
qualities of "Good
Belgium.A 'eA'civzas Delivery
'Vear."
a : I

New York man recently gave up
his seat in a street car to a lady and --- 6- We are open from 6 a. m. till :

then fell dead. This example will

cause many ladies to continue to clingto PHARMACY 10:30 p. m. during the week. .

a strap.

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When all the young and middle
aged men in Europe have been killed tlIIIIIIIIIIIIU 11111111111111"11"1' IIIH Silks and Dress Goods

_ off the monarchs will begin to won-

der why the women don't rally to the



royal to would whether the defense.If war result.ended Germany_from o right,the England now dispute another as or- Your Graudtatlier n l t r Roffe in H n C Car r rA ed voice tion'Ve color to here have, this weave almost given department, and special every fabric,atten-want-, that and



France was the guilty party in the fashion calls for.

violation of Belgium's neutrality.The .
o slow ,moving vehicle adequate in its day, that has dissap-

teachers in the Orlando public peared because it of
could not meet the modern problem carry-
schools missed an opportunity to

create more interest in the school ing many people over long distances.

series work by inning not by bulletining inning on the the world's blackboard Your Grandfather had a Big Heavy Watchnot f

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r -a --- much of a timekeeper and very expensive in upkeep Per-

A Tampa man blacked his bride's haps for sentimental reasons you are wearing it to-day. You are
eyes when she cussed him, but she
heaped coals of fire on his head in wrong. You are risking the loss of a valued heirloom without any

x court by informing the judge that the resulting advantage. On the contrary, hindered by its inaccuracyyou
t cussing she gave him was equal to a
dozen black eyes. are handicapped in your use of many other modern facilities.


The paving of a Orlando's streets Buy One of Our Handsome $25 Filled Gold Watchesthey

with brick is not progressing as rap-
idly as could be desired, but the workis are light, durable, accurate and economical in upkeep.We t

being done well, and the city will feature the Elgin watch.
have a network of thoroughfares that 1 1DEPARTMENrAL

would be a credit to places much

t; larger than Orlando within a year. DICKSON .IYfS CO.

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Orlando is the"wonder town"of cent T. H. EVANSJEWELER

tral Florida. With no big manufacturing -

I plants, no boat shipping facilities -
STORE
it is one of the most continu- .

ously prosperous towns anywhere in

the United States. Her prosperitycan ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
be ascribed only to the hustle, the Orlando Orange Avenue Florida

energy, the enterprise of her citizenry. |:

Orlando is destined to be a great

inland city.-DeLand News.
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Mr. T. H. Pickett, of Tallahassee I ..111111111111111.11111111"I Mrs. R. L. Bunch, accompanied by = ====ror==:

is among the visitors to Orlando to- her daughter Miss Norma, left yes- 1 ClCjJ 5 J

WADE FAVORTE THEATRE terday afternoon for Savannah, Ga.,

THE TUNER day.Mr.. Walter Huff, of Macon, Ga., where they will visit friends for sev- 'GET IT AT ALLEN'S" 1

ORLANDO FLA. was among the notables visiting Or- I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. nu 1 eral weeks.

lando yesterday. N Admission 5 cents Orlando is a wonderful little city.

Mr. Robert B. Gary, of Jasper, Ala., Buildings are going up all over the

in Orlando. He is town-big brick business houses and
is today
spending .
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Miss M. L. Rushin, of Jacksonville,
registered at the San Juan. fine residences. A complete systemof
PROGRAMImp.
spent several hours in Orlando :
terday with friends. yes- Mr. G. W. Freeland and his son-in- surface drainage is being installed, CUT GLASS AND SILVERWe

law Mr. John Harland, have Three reel feature, "Acrossthe the water being drained into takes in
Mr. T. M. Saunders and mother, pur- Atlantic." King Baggot, assistedby different .
parts of the town. Septic n <
chased "The Oaks, the beautiful Claude Graham White and Gus- have
Mrs. G. M. Massey, were among the sanitary has been adopted, just received new Glass and
home of Mr. W. B. Jackson, in Mait- tave Hamel, in the "World's Avia- sewerage
Maitland visitors in Orlando yester- four plants in four different of Silver beautiful
parts moderate
tors. paterns in
land, and have moved there, and they ; ,
day.A. would like to let all of their friends town are being employed. Vitrified price. ,

J. Roberson and family have returned know that the latch string is on the Manager G. W. Jones of the popu- brick streets are being laid, with con- !

from Cleverdale, N. Y., and outsid lar Favorite theater is pleasing his crete curbs; ten miles of streets have I

are now: occupying their winter home, patrons every day, but today he will been contracted for, making thirteen d g9 .
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hanlon, son
608 North Orange avenue. present an especially attractive miles for the town, as three miles of
program
and daughter, are visitors in Orlando,
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bunch and and none who visit his show brick have already been laid. Brick
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Byrd Gil- I
daughter, Miss Norma, left yester- here house will be disappointed. laid fiat on sand foundations, and con-
lispie. They were joined
of weeks visit to yes- crete curbs, complete, are costing the
day for a couple Clarence Burder about thir-
terday by their son-in-law, Mr. C. W. a boy
relatives and friends in Savannah, Ga. I people $1.35 per square, which is 19
Kendall, of New York. The Hanlons teen years of age, was sentenced to
to 30 cents less than most
Mr. Frank Corwin was among the are from New Jersey but have a win- the state reform school at Marianna per square

popular transportation men in Or- ter home at St. Petersburg, comingto yesterday, by Judge Warlow of the Florida towns are paying. The qual-
of the brick is above the
lando yesterday. He was here in the Orlando from that place in their criminal court, after pleading guiltyto ity average
used in Florida towns. Orlando is
interest of the Central of Georgia touring car. breaking into the depot at Fair
under commission form of
railway.Mr. Clarke Mrs. J. C. Vin- Villa. Special Agent Jester of the govern-
Mrs. S. A. ment and seems to have bene
espe-
'
Leon Fletcher, of Greenville, cent, and Mrs. Clarke Knight, esti- Seaboard was in the city yesterdayand cially fortunate in securing a street

Miss., who has been visiting 'Mr. and mable ladies of Tampa, were among appealed to Chief of Police Smithto commissioner and a city civil engineerwho

Mrs. A. M. Harris on West Central the welcome visitors to Orlando yes- aid him in apprehending the party guard the people's interest.DeLand -

avenue, for the past ten days, left terday. While in the city they were who broke into the depot on the nightof News. ? :% .

yesterday afternoon for his home. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. October 9th. Young Burder was ..

several who with their and immediately suspected and when arrested SALE
Mrs. Giles, after spending Judy, two bright RUMMAGE Tumblers Jewel
Boxes
weeks in this city with her daugh- manly sons, are visitors to this city. promptly confessed. St Cecilia's Guild will hold a rum-

ters, Mrs. Frank Horton and Mrs. They are making their home at the Judge John M. Cheney, accompa- mage sale in the vacant store oppo- I Water Pitchers Cream and Sugars
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John Carter, left this morning for San Juan. nied by his son, Donald Cheney, left site Saturday the ,Grand October theater 16th and Friday 17th.and Colognes Compote

her home in Orlando.-Arcadia News. Miss Carol Dow, daughter of Mr. Wednesday night on a hunting trip, 10162tNIcCULLOCH'S Vaises Bowls Etc S ,

Miss Hilda Koegel, of the boarding and Mrs. Charles P. Dow, celebrated j'which carried them near Clay Springs. ]

department of the Cathedral school, I her twelfth birthday last night by Shortly after dawn yesterday morn- MIMIIilliMMMMIIilli.
dinner to few of ing they spied a large black bear ina .A.llen 8z Oo.
returns to her home in Gotha today giving a birthday a .
for the week-end, to meet her brother I her school mates of the Cathedral scrub, feeding. The bear started ,

school and to two of her teachers after Donald, who raised his trusty
who has been absent for a long j Jewelers
Misses Eloise. Gassman and Zillah gun and brought Mr. Bruin down. It ]

time.Mr. was a magnificent specimen of its
and Mrs. L. S. Smith, former Shepherd. The evening was most Guaranteed.
in the of kind, weighing no less than four hun- "Everything D
well known residents of Plymouth, pleasantly spent playing
and with me sic. dred pounds, and covered with a ; Department Store :
games
this in Orlando
county, were yesterday -
from Lake Alfred, in Polk coun- Rev. C. B. Witherell, who has handsome coat that will soon be 6 I
transformed into a beautiful !11)
ty, on a combined business and pleasure served as pastor of the Christian and rug. ===oI=IJ===C
This evening, at the Chapter Houseof
trip. Misionary Alliance branch of this -

Dr. and Mrs. F. F. Thompson, of city, for the past three years, has St. Luke's Cathedral, Dean and ,Jelly Tumblers illMIIIII >> I I I .1 .1,1 1.111-111'1. f. A.-
resigned his pastorate to accept a call Mrs. Henry R. Remsen will give a
New York, arrived in the city last
the Alliance work in reception in honor of Miss Helen
to Jacksonville.Rev.
evening to be guests of their parents, Fruit Jars ::3k t9f
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Thompson, at Witherell has endeared himselfto Nicholas, teacher of music and art in
the hearts of his people throughhis the Cathedral school, who has recently -
their winter home, "The Overlook,"
assumed the position of Cathedral
faithful and efficient ministryhere
Concord Park. and his resignation is acceptedwith choir directress. In addition to the all kindsPreserving Suspended in Mid Air
Miss Bertha Branch returned last
deep regret. The prayers and choir, who will be present, invitations
night from New York city where she have been sent to the "faculty of the I
good wishes of his friends go with
has been spending the past three him to the larger field of labor upon Cathedral school, as well as to a num- : The Balloon Baby on exhibition in our

months.home Miss Branch stopped en which he is entering. ber of friends who are interested in Kettles new plate glass front. Don't miss seeingit.
route in Jacksonville and Palat- the music of the church. It promises I
ka Zarrow's "American Girl" company
visit friends. I
to
I
be social
to a most pleasant gather- .
at the Orlando house is
surely
The I opera
for
cover the septic tank, for
i making good with its patrons, and ing. South Orange Avenue ; |
which the city council contracted a Our is the best in
I their performances are being witnessed On yesterday the corner stone of new grocery the
few weeks ago, is being constructedand by appreciative audiences all the proposed new Baptist church at
'it will soon be impossible for II CMilMMillMMilllM State. Call and look it over.
Orlando laid with
during the week. The concensus of was appropriateand
,good little boys to throw sticks and
I opinion toward this little company imposing ceremonies, according
rocks outlets.in them, thus clogging up the I has been very good by the people of to the Masonic ritual and participatedin VENEER CORESALL

Orlando. There will be a complete by the pastors of all of the other
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Starbird and change of program Friday, entitled churches in the city as well as of. the LENGTHS AND ANY Potted Plants, Cut Flowers, Funeral

little daughter, of Apopka, were in "Jake's Adventures." New costumes, Baptist church. This will be when QUANTITY
for October. Decorati
Special prices Designs Wedding
Orlando! to meet Mrs. J. B. Crews, different scenery and every little finished one of the most commodious, Stock up before cold weather. i ons.

mother of Mrs. Starbird who had been piece of business. The managementhas imposing and architecturally hand- FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND '

vusiting relatives and friends in decided to reduce the price of some religious edifices in the city Also

Wauchula and points in the southern admission to 10-20-30 cents. Come where several splendid churches have OAK WOOD
THE SANITARY
GROCERY
part of the state.Invitations and see the last show. Don't miss it of late been erected. There is noth- Orlando Wood YardB.

have been sent to a if you want to laugh. ing that speaks more eloquently, W. CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
Kingsley, Proprietor
number of the young people of this The Rosalind Club gave an informal though silently, of the advancementcf PINE STREET AND R. R

city to an evening picnic to be held reception at the club house yester- a city, not only in material pros- Telephone 344 200

tonight at Russell's Point, by Misses day afternoon, being their third social j perity but in the moral and religious 9-30 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
Fannie Taylor, Maud Pugh and Lois tone that is much more worthy to be
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Pedrick- The young people expect to mer was the hostess of the occasion, considered, than the erection of .

amusements indulge in the for various which Russell's pastimes Pointis and Mrs.assisted: Beardall.by Mrs.The LeRoy afternoon Giles was and has churches recently and school been houses.making Orlando unusual :IMMIMMMiilMMIiMMIMIHninlHEvery -::-::;::::::::: :::::::::::: twili :i +:

so well adapted, and a merry timeis most enjoyably spent in bridge play- progress in both these lines.-Tampa .

anticipated. ing, of which there were three tables. Times.

Mr. J. J. McCranie and family and The lady having the highest score

nephew, Mr. Roy Godbold, have arrived was Mrs. Philip Slemons, who re- CHICKENS FOR SALE-Ten Leg-
in Orlando from Ocala and will ceived a beautiful bunch of roses as horn hens and rooster; bargain.P. .
O. Box 402. 10162tOSTEOPATHY
make their home here. Their furniture a prize. The refreshments, which

and household goods arrived yes- were most daintily served, consistedof

terday and were moved to their resi- sandwiches, tea and lemon sherbet.

dence on West Livingston avenue. The club house was beautifully deco-

Mr. McCranie has been engaged in rated by the house committee with
DR. J. C .HOWELL
the hotel business in Ocala and in pink roses and the pink blossoms of of five
Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentt three out cars
Worthington Springs, and has been the Mexican vine. Although there t .1

very successfuL He expects to shortly were not many present, it was re- I extra charge tor nouse treatmenti

embark in business of a different garded by those that were present as i i Telephone connections that have trouble have it with their

nature. an unusually enjoyable affair. j Office cor. Orange and Central Are

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WINTER,GARDEN ,ITEMSA "TED-Servant girl or woman to
iPE'OPL.E'S WANTS cook, wash dishes, wash and iron $.Jurn"ber9: Laihs and Shin.gles
for family of three; also to sweep and
wreck occurred on the T & G. dean up three rooms; to have break-
between Winter Garden and Ocoee MUNNIMAlvERSNctlcc fast by 5:30 in morning; dinner at
which resulted very seriously for the 12:30, and supper at 6 p. m. J. W.
of Lost. \VaDt d. Jt-r Sale Tcr Cain. 10-12-1w
engineer, Morgan Mills, and also the Rent etc. for this calnran. Z5c. for ens negro fireman. The injured were SOc. far three day,. cr tl.CO frr hurried to the hospital in Orlando 25 words cr; ieio. Money 18..t accompany Established cash business. 208 South
the dTtrti- _eaU for this el_mn. a. no Orange Avenue
where they were given every atten-
InxrtUn-t: will k. made on credit. Wright Realty and Seed Co.
:tion.Miss 10-11-lw ORLANDO
Dora Winkleman, of Oakland, FOR RENT-New 5-room house, .
has moved into her ,new home on modern, reasonable rent to respon- Who is your painter and decorator?
sible parties, by the year,' apply 510
Plant street. If you are satisfied keep he one yeu
Mr. Charles Kaspar is building a W. Central ave. have if not, phone W. T. Entrican.Ne. .

home on the lot recently purchasedfrom FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms. 636. 1-20-tf Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
Mr. Jones.in the "Twin Cities" 418 South Lake St. 10-10-lm


purchased addition. the Mr.house Ernest and Kaspar lot formerly has fectly FOR new SALE-Cooking, also oil Cooking Range Stove., per- GORDON'S' CARRIAGEAND IIII'I'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII':: ':: : :: ::: :;: ;:: :: : ; :::::'::::: ::::::::::::::::t:

owned ly Doc Smith. Call mornings at 707 East Central

Messrs. Newton and Brememr madea avenue. 10-9-6t !

business trip to Clermont Saturday.The FOR SALE-Cheap. A Planet, J3-USr: ESS
frame of Pounds & Everett's Jr., Garden Seeder and Wheat Hoe BAGGAGE TRANSFER
Attachment, nearly new, also 100
:' planing mill is up and part of the ma-
Egg Incubator, used one year and
chinery is installed.The gave 94 per cent. hatch.-623 W.
fall millinery opening of the Church street. 10-6-6t L T. HARRELL Prop.

.. South Apopka Supply company, Tues- FOR RENT Piano and Furniture Important friendships result from the right introduction, and
day and Wednesday, was a decided Rooms for light housekeeping; mod
success. The millinery parlors were ern, up to date; furnished or unfur- Moving Specialty the most important ones come through the right banking con-

beautifully decorated in goldenrod, nished den, fruit; on Lucerne and flowers.Circle;See with J.gar-,F. 8 E. Church SI. PHONE 487 nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We
woodbine, cut flowers and pot plants. Watkins. 9-24.tf

The color scheme of purple and yel- invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-
low lent a lovely charm to the exclusive FOR RENT-Four nice furnished
display of hats. Grape punchwas rooms. Will rent to adults only. est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
Apply 409 DeLaney sreet. 9-23-tf DressmakingMrs.
served to the many visitors that

thronged the store during the days FOR RENT-Two rooms for light R. S. Cohoon has
and their appreciation of the displaywas housekeeping, with all modern con-
veniences. Inquire 312 E. South St. resumed her dressmak- BANK & TRUST CO.
shown by the many purchases
9-25-1m ing and is now locatedin
,made.
FOR RENT-Good House, Room Way building
Mr. T. T. Cappleman's residence on Boarding 4, ,
furnished and dose in. Will rent for
Lake boulevard is nearing comple- 3, 6, or 12 months. Possession at on Orange avenue, where IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIII: :
once. Also some rooms for light she cordially invites all

tion.A.. B. Medlin, representative of G. house-keeping. See or phone F. L. ladies needing anythingin
Anderson, 112 W.. Church street. OMIMM.IIM.M.M.IM.IMIIIMMIIilllltlMMIMieieiMOMIIIi CMIIIIMIiMHiliiilliliMIMtC .
W. Judy & Co., Tampa, was callingon Phone 459. 10-14-tf. the wearing apparelline I .MMlMIMIiillllHiMMIilllHIBIMMIIHIMIiMtMMCLOTHING 1.
our business men Wednesday. call and her.
to see I
FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with
Everything has been strictly on the
garage; elegantly furnished; on
"Q. T." this week, as the election is Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox.
over with and the new officers recently 8-27-tf ,

i elected are filling their various FOR SALE-By Clarence W. Rose, Real Estate Boughtand
offices to the best of their ability.Mr. 308 North Main street, a Cote and
Fosgate, of Orlando, was in three lots. A 14-room house fur-
nished, both close in. Please inves- Sold.City .
after
our burg Wednesday looking
investigate. 10-14-10t Our new stock of
the interests of the Southern Grow-

t ers' company.Mr. FOR SALE-14-room house fully Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash

and Mrs. H. A. Olson spent the furnished$5000, terms., splendid Apply location Alfred ,Hadley price and $1.00 per week buys a Lot

4 week Plymouth.end with Mrs Olson's parentsat 308 Magnolia SALE-Or Ave.trade for real 1062wFOR estate RENTS COLLECTED. i| Fall and Winter Clothing |

Among those registered at the a five-passenger automobile in
Shelby hotel this week are: G. S. nice shape. Address No.. 112 West
Davis, Tampa; A. DeShong, Jackson- Church street, city. 10-4-1m N. P. HATCHERORLANDO
ville; E. C. Denniss, Jacksonville; C. Made by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in
FOR SALE-One both of team FLORIDA ,
A. Marsh or a ,
Philadelphia R. C. Kee-
; '
of black mares, weight 1100 and
pIes, Tampa; W. C. Alexander, Flor- 1200. Good drivers, single or double. Office at Pinehurst ParkP. and we are anxious for to see our
ida; E. M. Vestal, Nashville; C. E. C. E. Enlow, Winter Park, Fla. you
1 O. Box 281

HiHyer, Gainesville, Jacksonville, Fla.; ;P.F.E.G.Hutchison Volz-, 9-18-tf FOR SALE-A No. 1 saddle mare, 10-8-1m New Styles, and high class tailoring. Best

Chicago; A. J. Walker, Apopka; T. F. or buggy horse. Address, care -

: Hay, Miami; Paul E. Canova, News Wright's- -Box-567. 9-2-tf- Wood Wood WoodExcellent place in the city to buy clothing.
York; Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Cappleman, FOR SALE-One :Underwood type-
Brooksville. writer in good condition; one Bur- .
rough's'adding machine, used only Core Pine Wood Supplied
IS TURKEY TO TAKE A HAND? two months, and one Reading stand- :
r
ard motorcycle, in good shape. Bar- in quantity
gains on quick sale. Call or address, any W. SLEMONS
Rome, Italy, via Paris, Oct. 14.A J. C. Sigler, Winter Park, Fla. 1T1.MliiiliiHMMMIMMIMMItllOIMIiM
report from Constantinople says the 10-9-tf I .
commander of the Goeben will be- SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE
For Sale Silver Cluster
Grape
come head of the Turkish fleet and STRANDS OR MORE .
Fruit and Valencia late orange buds. IM MIMMMMIMF lIS 11..11 111111111 II
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mastery in the Black sea and to years old.9232m .
threaten the Russian coast. All of H. C. McDANIEL. ELDREDGE BARLOW
ealfllll'emll'G.II A"IIIIIIIIIIIII\\\\\\\\ t
the Goeben's officers and crew are i **' ''

said to be Germans. I hammock FOR SALE-Forty land; eight in acres grove of; fine the Telephone 375 : ; ;
; ;
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I, present crop of oranges will be from South Street, near A. C. L. ;
BANKS DISCUSS COTTON POOL ready 750 to for 1,000 sUing-l0 boxes; 500 acres trees in all lake told,, I Tracks II

one and quarter miles from Apopka.
Atlanta Ga.
Oct. 14.About
one
Price, $5,000. Address W. H, Box 9-1-lm .
hundred representatives of the clear- 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf
ing house banks of Georgia met here

w. today$150,000,000 to consider cotton participation pool plan in sug-the tle.FOR Inquire SALE-Fine of Frank cypress Phillips fence, Pine 9-18-tf posts.Cas- Do You Want a Good Japanese Matting I

gested by Festus J. Wade of St.
Louis. The scheme contemplates that FOR SALE-A new safe, office and Home in the Country ?
store fixtures. Inquire at Berman'sstore.
: Georgia shall raise $10,000,000 of the 10-10-6t
pool Rugs 9x12
FOR SALE-A. good Roll Top
BUYERS AND SELLERSI Desk and Chair. Been used very lit-
tle. Call on W. C. Sherman Rock Our list containes some very at-
buy, sell, rent, and exchange real
Building, San Juan Hotel.
estate. Have resided in Orlando opposite
Fla.
j over 30 years. Have handled, over, 108tiFOR tractive propositions both in city and I ION
$20,000,000. Call and see me. $8.78
And will be
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. SALE country property. we
Second hand Chalmers car. Wright
Bros.' Cigar Store, Orange Ave. pleased to submit them to you. .
FOR THIS WEEK 10-11-lw
Hunt the Place to Save Money To those who have property to sellor SALE I
., Fresh from the counry Eggs, perdoL
35c. MISCELLANEOUS to rent, we invite you to call at .
Keifer Pears for cocking and
pickles, 50c. peck. WANTED-Salesman and Col- our office and list your property withus.
Apples of the best, 20c. to 25c doz. lector, apply to Singer Sewing Machine Monday and Tuesday
Peaches of the finest, 30c. per doz. Co., Orlando, Fla.' 10-14-tf. The same courteous treatment
Grapes,Grapes,Grapes, 25c. basket. -- I
WANTED-Position
by experienced that has marked all of our business
Tomatoes, the best Maryland stock, stenographer. :Must know imme-
8c. per Ib.Bananas. diately, as will leave town tomorrow dealings will be extended<.to you.
the finest, 20c. per doz. morning if do net get position. Ad- '
Florida Bananas, lOc. per doz. dress "Stenographer," care Sentinel, .
Oranges, Grapefruit, and fruit of or phone 494. 10-15-lt Cooper Atha Kincaid & Snowden I
all kinds. Visit the little store and be
.' convinced, as quality and prices will TWO MULE TEAMS for sale; large;
make you call again. seven years old and in excellent 114 South Orange Ave. Ground Floor
THE ORLANDO SPECIALTY CO. condition. Box 272. 10-13-3t
Phone No. 311
5 109 W. Church Street House.
WANTED-Chambermaid. I wanta Low Priced Furniture
10-7-tf good, neat, clean, experienced -- -- I
chambermaid. One who is willing to
Don't wait for every one In town to work and knows how and what to Cor Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida
have Entrican the painter, before do in her line of work. Only colored 5-TOURIST TRAINS-5 1

you try.Phone Am 636,too and busy I will to be look on you the help ences.wanted.Write stating:Must give what good refer- 111. !! !tt!!! !!! !.!_ !! !_ !. !\\t \! : : :::::::: '! !!! fl' l
up. experienceyou AND WEST .. fTfl'f. - - - - -
s job. 1-20-tf have had, where you worked last FROM NORTH .f. -- ____n_ --

and how long you were there and "DIXIE FLYER"
Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's what wages you expect.-Address W. "DIXIE LIMITED" Dudley Matthews I A. B. MOORE
C. Temple, Alabama Grove, Winter I ilk
Coal Yard phone 566. 9-31-tf Park 10-6-lw "SE II OLE LIMITED" I
"MONTGOMERY ROUTE" Plain and Decorative Painting

First class Brazing a specialty atWarman's WANTED FRESH COW giving ten "SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED" ARCHITECTURAL AND GENERAL Paperhanging and
Repair Shop o. Court St. to fourteen quarts a day. Write or Kalsominin
> .
from St. I
Pullman Cars Chicago,
call at Ward's store Winter Park. DRAFTING.
12-5-tf. DR. L. H. RAMSDELu First-class work jrood
10-10-1w Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville, and intermediate material and
points to Jacksonville,Fla. Blue Printing and Map Work. Pat- OPTOMETRIST reasonable prices. N" j j b too largeor

If you want your bicycle fixed in WANTED TO EXCHANGE a large DINING CARS ent office drawings show cards, and (Successor to Dr. O. P. Liking too smalL Drop me a postal), and
a hurry take it to Warman's Repair Shetland pony for a larger horse. Via general commercial art. Perspectives we will talk it over.
In color or flat washes. ORLANDO. FLORIDA t
: Shop. 12-5-tf. Reel's Steam Laundry, 814 N. Orange ATLANTIC COAST LINE !
Y avenue, or phone 654. 9-29-tf Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. ROOM izYowellDaclnvortb WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES A. B. MOORE.P. >

FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING G. KIRKLAND, D.P.A. Building
Misses T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. Hillsboro Hotel Fla. AND DO ALL KINDS OF >
1 At 208 East Robinson avenue. Tampa, O. Box 524,
Be'ke. formerly with Miss Hovermale. Cnaeientiona work at fair nri"es. A. W. FRITOT, D.P.A. PHONE 54Z Orlando
10-3-lm Phone 639. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf 138 West Bay St, Jacksonville, Fla. 9-lo.ddwtf a OPTICAL REPAIRING 10-9-lm

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List and family are back in their CONWAY NURSERIESGROWERS 1

North.A home .after a prolonged stay in the AND DEALERS IN TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD 1

memorial service was held at

Knowles Hall Sunday afternoon for All Leading Varieties of Citrus Trees COOK WITH GAS
the late Albert J. White, a sophomorein
Rollins College, who died at Oys- : R. T. PEEL, Proprietor.

ter Bay, N. Y., recently.Mr. : Local Salesman .
of Tavares, was J
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E. S. Burleigh Nurseries REAL ESTATE I
: Glen St. :Mary
in Winter Park Tuesday helping Rev. : Box 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida. 6. Speed ;
C. E. Enlow arrange a program for 1. Convenience
the meeting of the South Florida As- : 924tfIIIIIMIIilMIMMIilllllllMMIIIIIIMillillMIMIt.

sociation of Congregational Churchesto 04 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency
be held in Winter Park November '!" 'j
11th and 12th. ii 8. .Safety
3. Cleanliness
The first meeting of the Fortnightly -

club, after the summer vacation, THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S 4. 9. Perfect Regulation 1
was held Monday night to listen to Simplicity
1
"summer experiences" of its mem- of Heat .

bers. Mrs. Flye was hostess. TRANSFER j 5. Accessibility
Over one hundred of the neighborsand 10. Economy

friends of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dr. B. D. WIENANGA, Prop. : i 1
O. Ward gave them a surprise last .. 1
Thursday night and showered upon

them words of welcome, greeting, Livery, Draying and HaulingWE 5. SPEED J
congratulation, and very best wishes .

for a long and happy wedded life. .. Imagine being able to sleep twenty minutes I longer? in the morning or stay

The evening was spent very pleas- GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE .. I out calling halt an hour longer in the afternoon because you know lOU don't
antly in social ways, with music by : i
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the orchestra and very appetizing refreshments "'. have to light a fire and wait for the stove to heat up.

of ice cream and cake. Y Imagine being able to cook a whole meal without having even to think

As a visible expression of their love AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK i: about the fire.Imagine .

for the new bride and groom some ,: being able to go off and leave things cooking with no fear of them
beautiful and costly presents were
left as a constant reminder, among Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited I: foiling over because you know the "fire"' will stay just' as you have if.
I .
them being a dozen silver forks, two I Imagine being able to "put out the fire" when your cooking. is over by sim-
dozen silver teaspoons, one dozen silver HORSES FOR SALE : ply turning a valve.
dessert silver carvingset i
spoons one In short-imagine anything that tends toward in and
speed cooking i
a pair of hand embroidered tow- you
'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida I "
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els, a set of Cluny lace doilies, a set II I will find yourself thinking of "GAS.
of crocheted doilies, a beautiful oil
painting, "An October Sunset," a I
hand painted china berry set, a set I
of Haviland ice cream dishes, and a .1111111111111111'11111:4.1' "leIJ"'IIIIIIIIIIIIII" ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

book, "Heart Throbs.". : SPRAY NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE
:Mrs. Leland :M. Chubb, of :Miami,

is visiting her mother, :Mrs. Mary SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY I GAS DEPARTMENT

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the men's
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is to be held Friday night, account -
that i hit.
and Red Spider < Removes sooty mold
of which will be given next IMIIMMIMIieiMlliMtMIIMtiMMH 1 iMH809e63MHtfllM9MailllteMIIMilH
and insures healthtrees and bright fruit. September .
week. .
and October are two of the best months for .
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ACCIDENTS DUE TO INDUSTRY spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents in- .

GREATLY DECREASED sects from sapping trees all winter, and brings them

out in a good, healthy condition :in the spring, thus II..
Chicago, Oct. 14.-Deaths and in- insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom.J. .
juries from industrial accidents in the .. -
United States have been reduced one- II
SCHNARR & CO. Orlando Florida.Schnarrs .
half within the last six years accord- II

ing to a report presented today to the Insecticide will not injure the White Fly
convention of the National Council of
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were coming in at the rate of 100 '
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1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON
Kingston, Jamaica, Oct. 14.-An
earth shock of considerable intensitywas
felt here at 2:15 o'clock this Packers and Shippers of Citrus 11 Hjrsspaw: r GUARANTEED 3'Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic Ii
morning. It lasted ten seconds. Two Mechanical Oil Pump, Step'Starter and 66 Refinements I
lesser movements followed. No dam- Fruits and Vegetables.
age was reported. 8275.00t'right I

I will operate alone under above name and shall ap-

GIVE GERMANS AERIAL BOMBS A TASTE OF : preciate the business of all who have and any who have % & Hilpert 129 Orange Ave., I

not patronized me in the last three years. For information Orlando, Fla. I
London, Oct. 14.-Hostile aero- :t call on or write me at my Packing House at crossing
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planes appeared over Karlsruhe, Ger- : of Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'111111II 011 11111 11111 11111 llill I i
many, yesterday and escaped undamaged which I with Mauld's ,
building, am equipping latest ma-
TREES FOR SALE
: LIST YOUR PROPERTYwith
LAUNDRY ;
according to the Central News I
chinery and can consequently give you same service The Terra Ceia Nurseries have for
at Your
correspondent Copenhagen. : general
laundry work, French
which has always spoken for itself. sale the Walters (Florida Standard) me now, while I have the timeto !dry cleaning, and pressing will be ap- ,
variety of grapefruit from one to look it over and familiarize myself preciated.
Eat Eat all what yon you want.want. .. : 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. Satisfaction Open September and service 28th. iI
Take a postscript and forget it. : distribution. four years old rough lemon roots; largest number of sales last winter i Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry, "
For sale by all druggists. and the Heart's TardifF orange one and expect to do even better this win-I for whites only. 9-25-tf
year old buds on three years old ter. My prospects are beginnig to ar-
l7d&wlyrTry : W. A. DADE Gen. Manager. rough lemon roots. All in first class rive, and it might cause you to losea I
the Sentinel for next condition. sale by putting it off. Call todayat Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
your job
TERRA CEIA NURSERIES, my new offices in the Watkins is the kind you want. Where to get
printing. Prices very reasonable. 9-18-2 building and list your property.
Terra Ceia, Florida.J. 'it? That's
phone 636. W.
Workmanship the best. Call or phone : C. RowelL Manager. i WALTER W. ROSE J Entrican. easy T.'Y
when in need of job work. I l tlltll.l.t"I"'I"I I I.---I.ltlll. ttl"111J Correspondence solicited. I Real Estate. Phone 555. l- :


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"I' the military authorities. He will Q {

; course, be paid for his auto, but
do not know how large a sum he
be allowed for his car. After
I came here and never left till .
night. Brother Charles' :: : ::i ;:; : ::: ':;'. J. : <-

: has not been asked for so far.
i Ybu can see by the above
tion that we have devoted our
l life to the sick ones. We have 1 ,:
:
r For To-day--- course, no time to see our .' .
most of them are also nurses. ; ;
Tomorrow and every other day, you'll finda Money matters are always ; i ;; "
when left, Charlie
same as you ,
check account with the State Bank mighty lutely nothing to do. You can DO YOU UNDERSTAND

handy in keeping an accurate record of your some four or five hundred .
($100)) and then it is finished. -i : .
affairs. How can personally be bel fitted
money tunately we were able to get : you ire> -

Take note-how many business men money from our banker at by the advantages accruing to
cash? tew-for businessmen when we were in Switzerland, and
in Very
pay you the commmimity by
have plenty for the present. We
cannot take chances by carrying money reduced our expenses to very

about. The safe way is the business-like -food and charity, that's about : The Federal Reserve Act ?
bank checks. Our brave little cook looks after
way-our home. My sewing woman,
; Try paying with checks. comes from time to time for a Call, telephone or write and we will
two, but I have very little to
mail our booklet--just out---which
her; this is also almost a lltf"W
The State Bank of Orlando
: I The weather is bright and very explains this act fully and clearly.
ant. All the soldiers find it :
.
1 so many of them had not slept ..
bed since the beginning of the '
:;
Please tell our friends how .
we think of them all and that I -';.. .. .:
) .7...,. .' ..'.,.::
like to write to every one of them
that time is lacking, and besides : .,
ters take so many, many days ; rt f: ;L L,j
KARL KUHL SUCCEEDING IN give impetus to the movement for rive in the hands of those to

AVIATION BUSINESSAs clearing the market of cotton through they were addressed.The iI I .. --" -
individual sales. After making this American consul came : : ; :
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a means of boosting the buy-a- proposed flight, they expect to make evening at six o'clock, when all d "

bale of cotton movement Messrs. others. lighted up with hundreds of f : r' ; ; ; 1'D: .
Charles Baysdorfer and Carl T. Kuhl, The machine is a Farman, equippedwith : lights, and he could not iI2i : S'' \:,r .. : p;
4 the a Gnome engine. The engine, enough his admiration for our :: ; ".: '. :. ..;... :" : '. ,' : :.''' :: .:<:.., ..,....._ .
Baysdorfer-Kuhl
representing which is a French type, cost $3,200. stalled hospital.We .
Aeroplane company, want to make a The aeroplane will one
passen-
flight over the city in their biplane, ger. The birdmen will carry take the mat- wishes send and you thoughts all our, and most I f : : : : : ;. \\- '::; :';::: '::::." ..... :..',':'.:.';: '. '. ';:,,'- .... .... :': .- .,...,:'. .' '.::;'-:'.<:.:':.':-- :::.':<_:"> : :;' j'-:<:-:,: '.. :.
with those interested today ..
dropping miniature bales of cotton. ter up ever, your very affectionate ___
They are seeking a conference with and tomorrow.-Savannah. Morning daughter sister and aunt, ----
the committee for such a flight. New DORA AGAIN LOSES APPEAL court an appeal from the lower I I THE WEATHER
The birdmen reached here yester- Karl Kuhl is an Orlando boy, the W TRIAL IN GEORGIA court's denial to set aside the verdict
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day from New York on the Savannahline son of Captain and Mrs. B. T. Kuhl, COSSACKS BAG AN because he was not in the court room Florida: Local rains Friday, ex-
bringing one of their models and he has been remarkably success- Ga., Oct. 15.-Leo M. when it was returned. cept fair .in northwest portion. Sat-
with them. They are licensed avia- ful in the aviation business. He is Petrograd, via London, Oct. sentence of death for urday, local rains in north; generallyfair
tors, and have made many successful now flying a date at Jasper, Ala., and patrol of Cossacks while hidden here, in April, 1913, of NEW ARRIVALWe in central and south portions.You .
'flights all over the country. They may make flights here during the Or- forest near Warsaw brought an employe of the pen-
expect to make their headquarters in ange county fair in February, having Zeppelin airship by well directed of which Frank was super- have just opened a large new can add new business to your
stock af table linen, art linen, shirt-
Savannah, for a while at least, and already written to the managementin The crew of the Zeppelin was was late yesterday denied waist linen, towels, napkins, white present business by, judicious adver-
during the winter will go from Sa- regard to the matter.H. The ship itself, which was not by the Georgia supreme counterpanes, and blankets. Get our tising.
vannah to other points to make riously damaged, has been was Frank's fifth attempt prices before you buy.
flights. i Kanner's great sale continues at Warsaw. .. a retrial or annullment of 10-13-6t w. M. SLEMONS.H. We insure your lire and loan you
They believe a flight over the city,' until November 1st. 11-tf which was returned Au- money on real estate at 6 per cent.
scattering miniature bales, will at- H. Kanner's great sale last year. He still has Kanner's great sale continues interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,
Fla.
Bwiiding, Tampa
tract R great deal of attention and Get the news in the Sentinel,first. until November 1st. before the state supreme until November 1st. 11-tf Curry 3-25-d&wtf


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


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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,
:I ored fabrics. Dozens and dozens of artistic Fall Styles, ness about it which distinguishes it from the ordinary.

1 daringly ornate, as well as severe tailored models. Some made of velvet, the new Sailor shapes, beautifully $1.00

f 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 -
4- the best information at our command as to what women with Lilac, Blue and Pink designs, also Grays, Wisterias,
,! Crepes and fancy novelties. TO ENCOURAGE EARLY
BUYING, WE OFFER A MOST UNUSUAL EARLY of careful taste will wear the coming season. Copenhagens, and navy ground with small designs, 27-

t SEASON OFFER. inches wide,

,.J! HANDSOME FALL SUITS AT$25.00 New Fall Dress Goods 50 Cents

54-INCH SATIN-FACED CHIFFON BROADCLOTHS,

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

f 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.
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