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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 18, 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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THE MORNING SENTINEI ;




VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA,. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1914. NUMBER 214.:
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ENEMY'S UNDAUNTED SHIPS :AND WELL WAS ATTACKED DIRECTED SHOTS BY FLEET SENT OF CONVICT KILLED TWO AND GERMANS HAVE REACHED I SENATE PASSED WAR TAX BILL LAST I iNIGHT


FOUR OF THEM TO THE BOTTOM ESCAPED NORTH SEA

REFUSING AID TO THE SOUTH .I

Battle of Tremendous Proportion Rages FROM PENITENTIARY AT FIGHTING YESTERDAY IN ,

FOLSOM, CAL., AND MAN VICINITY OF DUNKIRK, -
BorderGermans
Near Belgian HUNT FOLLOWS IN FRANCE ANXIOUS COTTON GROWERS WILL

am NOT U S GET NO RELIEF FROM

Have Hurled Large Masses of Troops Against French, Took Gun From Prison Guard Berlin Statement Says BelgiumIs

British and Belgians, and Desperate Battle Will Determineif and Killed Him and His Now Almost Completely. FOR A FIGHT CONGRESS

Germans Are to Advance on Paris by the Sea- Cellmate and Injured I in Possesion of the
Several Others Germans ADJOURNMENT NEXT WEDNESDAYSenator
coast-French Gaining Against German HAS NO DESIRE TO ATTACK

Crown Prince's Army Folsom, CaL, Oct. 17.-Posses have Berlin, Germany, by wireless, Oct. UNITED STATES FORCESAT
searched the country surrounding 17.-According to the announcementmade VERA CRUZ Hoke Smith's Amend

London, Oct. 17.-Special.-Four( ) German torpedo boat de- Folsom state prison today for Frank in Berlin today German troopsin ment for Relief of Cotton I
Creeks, who escaped last night in a the vicinity of Ostend have reachedthe Disclaims Responsibility for the
stroyers were sent' to the bottom of the ocean off the coast of Growers Defeated; Bill
break for liberty, which cost his cell North sea and fighting is goingon Hostile Actions of His Forces
Holland today in a battle with the British cruiser Undaunted. mate, Harold Flash, and J. B. Drury, as far to the west as Dunkirk. Facing the American Goes to Conference

The Undaunted was attacked by a fleet of the enemy's destroyers a sergeant of the guard, their lives, Belgium today appears to be almost Lines

while on patrol duty off Holland, according to an official an- and resulted in serious injury to two completely in German possession.The Washington, Oct. 17.Special.After .)-

nouncement by the press bureau at the admiralty tonight, which prison guards. Creeks is armed andit French and British troops are reported Vera Cruz, Mex., Oct. 17.John R. defeating all amendments intended -
is thought that he will fight to the as cut off on all sides, partic- situationin i
confirmed the news of the victory. Silliman, President Wilson's personal to relieve the cotton
ularly around Ypres.
The Undaunted had been searching the sea for a squadron of last.Creeks, a life termer, and Flash,I German headquarters in Berlin has representative in :Mexico, before leav- the South, the senate tonight

the enemy's ships which have been operating from an estuary of serving a twenty-year term for rob- expressed the belief that large numbers ing here this morning for :Mexico passed the war tax bilL The purposeof

the Ems river. The Undaunted was accompanied by four torpedo bery, had obtained a knife, a dumb- of Belgian soldiers, fleeing be- City, reported to the state depart- the bill is to raise $108,000,000

boat destroyers when the attacking fleet singled out the Undaunted bell, to be used as a bludgeon,and a fore the Germans, have cast off their ment at Washington that General yearly to make up for the loss of
dispose piece of metal with which to unlock uniforms and put on civilians' clothes, revenue caused by the European war.
concentrating upon her, doubtless thinking to first I I Aguilar had promised to grant all the
the door of their cell. Gaining the preferring to be captured in this at- The bill, which is materially differ-
of the formidable vessel and then turn their attentionto 1 of the United States in
more demands connection -
yard they leaped upon Sergeant Dru- I tire. That the men composing the ent from the bill passed by the house,
the lighter craft.In ry and Guard Kerr, felled Kerr with i'garrison at Antwerp fled in a great t with the evacuation of Vera will go to conference Monday and
the battle which followed, the details of which have not been the dumbbell and fatally stabbed Dru-'hurry is proved by the quantities of Cruz. after a day or two in conference it
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received at the press bureau, the four German destroyers were ry. Kerr recovered in time to shoot cast-off uniforms, especially of the Mr. Silliman visited General Agui- will be finally passed by the house

quickly sent to the bottom by well aimed shots from the Un- down Flash. British Royal Naval division, found lar's camp beyond the American lines and senate, and congress will adjourn
daunted. Creeks, armed with a gun he had by the German soldiers. last night and conferred with the gen- about the middle of the week.
taken from Drury, escaped after a Antwerp suffered little by the bom- eral until a late hour. Aguiiar prom- The principal fight was made on
The part taken by the four British destroyers was not an- running fight with two other guards, :bardment. The people are now quiet, ised to issue a proclamation giving Senator Hoke Smith's amendment,

nounced by the admiralty and the British loss was not stated. The :one of whom he wounded. !land glad that the days of terror are assurance that no one who has been directing the secretary of the treas-

German vessels had a complement of from 48 to 83 men each and I j,over. A mob already had begun plundering employed by the Americans shall be ury to purchase five million bales of

probably a hundred lost their lives. II PRESIDENT WILSON ENDORSES the city before the Germans prosecuted for that, although it is an cotton at ten cents a pound and hold

The admiralty issued a statement this afternoon denying a GERARD FOR SENATE I I arrived. offense for which the law providessevere them for three years, and this was
defeated. The threat of Southern
statement circulated that the British cruisers Invincibleand punishment.
being New York, Oct. 17.-A letter from !i FIVE MORE WOUNDED ON AMERICAN 1 General Aguilar disclaimed responsibility senators to defeat the war tax bill if ,
Terrible had been sunk by the Germans in the North sea. I President Wilson to James W. Gerard, SIDE OF BORDER for the hostile demonstrationmade provision was not made for the relief -

Forty-eight survivors of the British cruiser Hawke, sunk on : ambassador to Germany, endorsing in front of the American lineson of cotton growers was not car-

Thursday by a German torpedo, have been landed at Aberdeen bya his candidacy for the United States i Naco, Ariz.;, Oct. 17.-Five men, a Thursday night. i ried out.'SECRETARY.
senate, was made public here today. :i civilian and four soldiers of the U. S. I I
vessel which the from
Norwegian picked up men an overturned I I
cavalry, were wounded today by Mex- OF INTERIOR LANE t,
boat. Over 75 previously reported saved. .The known ,i I
men were ican bullets that flew far the
over REFINED CAMPHOR GUM IS ILL
survivors of the Hawke now number,121 out of a crew of 400. 'CURRY CIGAR FACTORY'BUILDING I international boundary during an at- I

The British steam trawler Ajaz, out of Grimsby, struck a Ger- tack by Governor :Maytorena's troopson : I Washington, Oct. 17.SecretaryLane

man mine in the North sea and sank. Nine lives were lost. COMPLETED the Carranza garrison of Naco, MADE IN ORLANDO of the interior department is ;
Sonora. I! I confined to his home with an attack
One of the soldiers was shot of grip. While his condition Is not
DESPERATE BATTLE
BEING FOUGHT NEAR BELGIAN I
FOUR STORY BRICK STRUC- through the head while on duty at a FIRST EVER PRODUCED IN regarded as serious, his illness has
BORDER railroad embankment 400 yards from I FLORIDA SOLD HEREYESTERDAY incapacitated him for active work.
TURE WAS FINISHED
Paris, Oct. 17.-(Special.)-A gigantic battle of startling mag- the boundary. He is still alive. The I II

nitude and great importance is being waged with desperate en- YESTERDAY civilian, a railroad carpenter, was I I GERMAN GOLD FOR TURKS
shot through the right lung while :
ergy in a field of vast proportions and along an irregular line Was Refined by Dr. Samuel
just Factory Will Be Moved Next
walking on a sidewalk on the Amer- London, Oct. 17.-The Athens correspondent -
across the border in Belgium. The Germans have hurled an enor- Wednesday and Output Will ican side of the line. Hood, the Expert in Chargeof of the Exchange Tele-

mous force against the allies, composed of French, British and Be Greatly Increased as U. S. Experiment graph company says he has learned

Belgian troops, who are massed on a front from Armentierrespast Demand Grows THE WEATHER Station Here from a reliable source that a sum of

Lille to Ypres and then to the sea. money equal to $5,000,000 in gold has
Florida: Fair Sunday and Mon- The first camphor gum ever refinedin reached Constantinople from Ger-
This blow, which has been threatened since the German men- The carpenters and masons com-
day. Florida was sold in Orlando yes- many.
ace of a new drive on Paris by way of the sea coast, has become pleted their work on the Curry cigar terday. The gum came from the

an ever present bogy to Parisians. The battle is being fought factory building yesterday, and Mr.

within one hundred miles of London as the crow flies. Both Curry announced that he would move TAFT-BOWERS WEDDING at U. the S. agricultural fair grounds experiment and was station refined I BRYAN CAMPAIGNING IN

armies have driven forward their advanced columns into the building Wednesday. The
until at
sev- by Dr. Samuel Hood, the agricultural
eral points they interlap. wiring of the building and some of AT WASHINGTON expert in charge. IN SUNNY TENNESSEE

Generally speaking, the fighting of the more desperate charac- the painting remains to be completedbut of the
There
was ten pounds re-
only a day or so will be requiredto
ter is confined to the limits of
quadrangle described
a by Ypres, put on the finishing tol ches. Washington, Oct. 17.-Special.-( ) fined product and the McElroy drug Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 17.-(Special. -
Menin, Ostend, and a point on the sea coast between Nieuwportand The Curry cigar factory is the larg- i:Miss Martha Wheaton Bowers,daughter store was the purchaser. Dr. Mc .)-Secretary of State Bryan was
the Belgian border. est manufacturing establishment in of the late Solicitor General and Elroy declares it is apparently much the principal speaker here tonight be-

Official statements issued this afternoon and at midnight to- Orlando, from a standpoint of the Mrs. Lloyd W. Bowers, and Robert better than the ordinary commercial fore a tremendous audience at the

night give a hint of the terrific nature of the fighting in this number of people employed, and the Alphonso Taft, son of former Presi- I camphor gum, being much dearer ball park. Mr. Bryan was accompa-
theater of the i lot upon which the new building, is dent and Mrs. William H. Taft, were I I and cleaner. nied by Thomas C. Rye, Democratic
war. This afternoon's communique from Bordeaux !
located was donated, through the efforts married here today in St. John's I I Dr. Hood will preserve the check candidate for overnor. Bryan's ad-
declared the German line had not been able to advance west of of the Board of Trade, to keep church. |received in payment for the gum and dress was an appeal to the people to -

a line extending from Ostend to Menin, through Throurout and the industry in this city. It is Mr. There was a large gathering of legislators I I have it framed as a reminder of the support Rye for election, and return

Roulers. The new battle line is now the scene of a second great Curry's intention to enlarge the out- high government officials, I first lot of a valuable drug ever refined Tennessee to the Democratic fold.

artillery duel. In fact, the war office declares the action on the ,put and number of employes, but this distinguished diplomatists and per- in the state.
front i i may not be done at once owing to the sons prominent in capital society. Secretary of State Will Speak in
during today was almost entirely confined to artillery. On
: financial situation in Georgia and Miss Helen Taft, sister of the bride- MR. J. B. DOYLE DIED SUDDENLY Many States
the right wing the French have made advances in the directionof :other Southern states, where the popular groom, was maid of honor, and the LAST NIGHT Washington, Oct. 17.-Special.-( ) :k
Verdun where they have been hammering unmercifully againstthe 1! brands of cigars made here are bridesmaids were Misses Louise Hel- Secretary of State W. J. Bryan will

rear of the crown prince's retreating army in that vicinity. j for the most part marketed. len and Frances Noyes of this .city, About ten o'clock last night Mr.J. start tomorrow on a speechmakingtour
i I The factory has been located in the Marjory Edgar of Minneapolis, and B. Doyle, one of Orlando's oldest in which he will stump Missouri,
NO IMPORTANT BATTLE IN ILL Payne building on West Church Julia Thompson of Chicago. Mr. citizens, dropped dead from congestion Kansas, Colorado, Wyoming, North
FRANCE SAYS BERLIN RE-
,
;: street for several years, but so rap- Taft's best man was George Harrison -I of the brain. For a good many and South Dakota, Wisconsin, Iowa,
PORT, BUT BATTLE NEAR WARSAW CONTINUES ; idly has the business grown that of Washington. The ushers were years Mr. Doyle, with the aid of his and Nebraska in behalf of the Democratic

London, Oct. 17.-(Special.)-German general headquarters at larger quarters were needed, and a Charles Taft, Stephen Philbin of wife, had looked after the unfortu- candidates at the November

Berlin issued the following official announcement tonight, according four story brick structure has been : Houston, Texas, Stanhope Bayne nates incarcerated in the county jail, election.
erected on West South street that will !Jones of Baltimore, John Herron of and his death occurred in the jailor's .,
to I
a Reuter dispatch
: allow the output to be more than I Pittsburg, Carl Lohman of Akron, residence connected with the jail. STEAMER WITH MANY PASSEN-
"In the French theater of war there has been no important doubled resulting in the giving em- Ohio, Walter Logan of New York, Mr. Doyle was sixty-nine years of GERS ASHORE

events. In the province of Suwalki, the Russians yesterday were ployment to many more cigar makers I Adrian Van Sinderen of New York, age and had been a resident of Or-

inactive. A number of prisoners were captured near Schirwindt, and helpers.The and Harry Bingham of New York. ange county since 1885. He was a London, Oct. 17.-In a dispatch ,

and some guns were taken. The battle near south Warsaw con- The best man and the ushers were kindly and generous hearted man, from Dover the correspondent of the '
tinues. Italian steamship :Monviso classmates of Mr. Taft at Yale uni- whose services in behalf of the inmates Evening News says the Dutch steamer

-- called from Pensacola a few days ago, versity. of the county jail will be sadly Tubantia of the Royal Holland- '
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bound for Genoa, Italy, with 1,010 After the wedding many of the missed. Strict in his duty, he was Lloyd line, went ashore on the coast =3
HEAVY FIGHTING IX WEST Las Palmas, in the Canary Islands; hogsheads of leaf tobacco valued at guests went to the home of :Mrs. always accommodating and had many of Kent today while on her way to

EQUATORIAL AFRICA from Africa, report there has been $150,466 on board, The total weightof Bower on Rhode Island avenue for a friends who will sorrow at the newsof Rotterdam from Buenos Ayres, which4

heavy fighting between German the shipment was 1,681,160 pounds. reception and breakfast.The his death and deeply sympathizewith port she left September 25th.
Paris, Oct. 17.-The Havas and bride and bridegroom will go his aged wife. The Tubantia is believed to have a
agency troops English and French
has received Office box letter files, 25 cents. Of- on a short tour and will be at homein 'Up to a late hour last night the considerable number of passengers on ; k.
a dispatch from Barcelona troops in Kamerun, the German colony :- fice supplies of all kinds. Prices the Cincinnati Ohio, after November15th. I funeral arrangements had not been board. Assistance has been sum ,
. saying that travelers arriving at of West Equatorial Africa. lowest. Curtis & O'NeaL announced. moned from Dover and other ports.


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HIGH SCHOOL NOTES gram committee, appointed by the W: S. BRANCH
Jos.
Hardware
Bumby Co. ,
president, are Sarah Cox,John Hughey ,
Teh junior class has received an Alex Robinson.
addition, this week in the person of Friday morning the high school pu- For the last Twenty-five Years. The Arcade Book and Music Store
Mr. Ralph Lake, who comes from pils were treated to another beauti-
Salem, Ohio. We understand that ful concert by the orchestra. Two
Mr. Lake expects to make this his selections were rendered by this pop-
future home. ular organization which were.received
Mr. J. E. 'McRee, representaive of with great applause by pupils and $8 Charleston and Return $8
the American Book company, visitedour faculty.
school Wednesday for the pur- Wednesday morning Prof. Simmons
pose of interviewing the teachers and gave a very interesting review of the VIA"Clyde
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obtaining their opinions in regard to progress of the European war.
the text-books to be adopted in the Friday morning Misses Bertha _L
near future. No doubt all who are Dawson and Ella Stagg former pu- Line"First
interested can see that this is the pils of this school paid us a call remaining BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
best way in which the books most until after the morning ex LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
suitable for use in our schools be ercises. e
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" Fire drill was practiced for the football team met its Waterloo at I 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc- .
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Chicago, Oct. 16.-Contracts for the Thousands of persons who usually
purchase of 300 heavy motor trucks go to the Mediterranean will this year
for army service were reported to go to Florida and the South or to
have been made here today by repre- California. The railroad officials are
sentatives of the French and English anticipating the larger proportion of TOMORROW 1
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GRIM REALITIES OF THE BATTLE drink of tea. Following a couple ofboors'
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FIELD rest we again, THE SUN
lj after a hard march arrived on the ORLANDO, FLORIDA THURSDAY. "LOST IN 'MID OCEAN," A Vita-

(International News Service.) battle field early on August 25th. graph Special in Three Sensational Parts. A Big Feature.

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realizing what it means. True they while the first army corps retired in
have read histories of the wars of good order. As evening drew on we
Another BIG SHOW FOR ONLY FIVE AND TEN
years ago, but it is hard for the average moved off again, and after marching CENTS.

reader to grasp the difference all night, commenced at dawn the furious &
between history and fiction, as far as battle of Cambrai, in which the
realizing the actual conditions is con- Dover brigade made such a name for Gore

cerned. themselves. Our troops were led intoa Ir FRIDAY. A BIG PARAMOUNT PRODUCTION.MR. .
.
Consequently, the people now liv- trap, and before we had a chanceto
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EUBALHERS.lt I 1
ing are obtaining their first realiza- form in any order the enemy were

tion of the grim realities of the war, down on us. They far outnumberedus
from tales told by the wounded now and came on in rare numbers. The < REAL VALUES LOW PRICES FRITZ HAUER will again make his appearanceas A

arriving in England, and the letters German cavalry charged furiously, a solist.
sent back by the men at the front. but our men opened a hot fire and COMPARE

Through the letters of soldiers at their ranks were badly thinned. The LAST BUT NOT LEAST, "THAT ORCHESTRA," ALWAYS -
the front to their friends, and from Uhlans made a hasty flight, hotly OUR FURNITUREWe I IN EVIDENCE. .
the lips of those who have returned pursued by showers of bullets.

home wounded, many glimpses of the "We suffered very heavily, losing provide the quality of furniture that has long t
battle field are being obtained. Un- many men before the engagement fin- been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the ,
happily there are too many independent ished. A party of us, including my- standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It '
but corroborative statements of self, made a "bluff" bayonet charge wouldn't here were otherwise. We can't make WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL? II I

shameless brutalities by the enemies, towards the finish to draw the Ger- this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
business and that means much to buyer. FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
this any
not only against men in arms, but man attack away from our main I
against the wounded and women and body. We rushed up and fought FOR WOMEN .. GAINESVJ1.LJI, .
children. fiercely with the front row of the TALLAHASSEE.College I
McNEm & DAVIS BLOCK
Private Lewis Downs, of the Royal Germans, and then suddenly turned of Art and Science:Normal School:I I
Munster Fusiliers, who was one of into a thick wood on the right and Church St. Ha. School of Music: School of Expression;|
Cor. Orange Ave. and Orlando. School of Art; Extension Division; GraduateSchool 8 Colleges and Divisions.; Liberal Arts:
the British soldiers present at the outflanked them. I got a nasty jab R : Modern Gymnasium with swimmintr i Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers
J pool: basket ball and tennis court;new and l'College: Experiment Station; Extension Division
battle of Mons in the nine days' fight, in the leg from a German bayonet, modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormitories ; Graduate SchooL Ten new brick buildings
states that the endurance and cour- and that's why I'm home now. 4. ww1 have all modern conveniences; new besides gymnasium, swimming pool and
in'Florida
dining room and kitchen most hymenie many subsidiary bniMmgs (1 officers instructors
age of every member of the British "It was difficult for us to get our -- --- ; 418 young ladies from 49 counties'' and assistants. 854 young soon
and 12 states last session Florida counties and 24 States and s
forces engaged were astounding to wounded away for the Germans were TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last _io.. .
the enemy. Every officer and man killing them, and they were actually : School .Bo-rd acd entrance fees for the I Iyear TUITION FREE. Board and Entrance F... .
S124 OOe For catalogue write j $132.60 per year. Write today for catalogue
entered into the fight with the great- cutting off the hands of our stretcher yur..tm/P EDWARD CONRADL President A. A. MURPHREE. President
est enthusiasm, the various regiments bearers and were killing scores of the "

singing their particular popular townsfolk. With other wounded .-
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many '- !.' - - - - - - - - - if
songs. men I was taken to a church which a

"Danger," said Private Downs, "is was being used as a hospital. While THE MARKETOf THE CHASE & CO
not thought of. It was unknown at the men were having their wounds

Mons. The loud reports and sudden dressed, German artillery started to
PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs j
flashes like an approaching storm shell the place and suddenly blew the Of [
Cleanliness QualityFRESH
stimply spurred every man on to place ,up. :Many of our men inside modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-
greater effort, and when shot we felt were killed, but I was one of those
I date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the
no pain, only numbness. Wheneverwe who were lucky enough to escape. I AND SALT MEATS

got into close quarters the Ger- managed to make my way to a field FISH AND GAME PROPER PACKING
mans howled and ran like dogs before dressing base and finally was sent FIRST AID TO
our bayonets. They are driven home after the most terrible day's experience Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
into battle like sheep by brutal offi- I've ever had." Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh HIGHEST PRICESwhich

cers, and their disgraceful conduct is In a vivid account of the sea fight and pure. however, would not accomplish the end desiredby

most revolting. off Heligoland, a Shepherd's Bush We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have the grower, if he did not also have available the ser-
He assured an interviewer from man says: vices
personal experience that women and "We were going along all right,, everything in the Meat Line ofTHE

children were placed before the Ger- when we suddenly spotted two Ger- CHASE & CO
man battalions, and that he knew of man torpedo boats, so we gave chase The PARLOR MARKETH.

several instances where the young and opened fire on them, but they got SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
women were outraged by drunken away. Then we spotted a light crui- M. Self & Co.
German officers and then strippedand ser, the Mainz, and giving chase, which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, expe-

paraded in the streets. If they overtook her and opened fire. She PINE STREET rienced, competent and reliable. e

offered 'much resistance their breasts went to the bottom. It was pitiful to GIVES THE GROWER

and ears were cut off by the sword, see the men on board jumping over Phone No. 80 HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS
and when men (unarmed) remon- and swimming around waiting to be
I
strated at such hellish torture they saved. I
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were shot like rats. "We were just going to lower a I
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"The general impression in the boat and pick up the survivors, when 0'1' : 1
fighting area," he said, "is that the another German battle cruiser was
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Austrians and Germans are aware of seen, so we had to go after her and i ROLLINS COLLEGE Winter hi vxX- ea...w Jtlv & .,
ultimate defeat and intend to do their leave our torpedo boats to rescue the : x
worst till then. Everywhere the men in the water. The second Ger- Main Office, Jacksonville, FloridaA.

British soldiers go they are heartily man ship went the same way, with '. Oldest College and Most Beautiful Grounds in Florida R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla.
received. Every man is in high spir- her guns hanging overboard, her fun- 9-30-d&w
its, and the earnest wish of the nels shot away, and everything in College, Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic 11 M 111111111111 M 11111111 i M .11111111111 II..
wounded is for quick recovery to return flames." and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Course.
at the earliest moment." Another Shepherd's Bush man, who Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire pro-
Thrilling details of the battle of was a wireless operator on board the tection, fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dol- . . ilMIIIIIIICiillMIMIIIIIIII...

Cambrai were given a Dover corre- ill fated Speedy, describes the scene lar endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ,
spondent by a wounded soldier of the after the striking of the mine. a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new .South Apopka Nurseries.. \ \

Lancashire Fusiliers. He said: I "The ship listed right over to star- rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New
"We arrived in France on August board and gradually went down. Everything chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every All the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange ', !

22, and after about five hours' rest was done properly, and we modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water. ; Trees, thrifty, well-rooted and clear of all diseases. J
in Boulogne we were entrained and threw overboard everything that Preparation for engineering course. > New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family

after traveling about 140 miles, got would float. Then we received ordersto Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, I FREE. Address | J
out at a country siding about 2 p. m. stand ready to abandon the ship Christian but undenominational; expenses moderate.

on August 23. We at once preparedfor and those who could not swim were Scholarships available. For catalogue address .South Apopka Nurseries. i
action and .. .. j
about five o'clock received given life belts. One after another i i
orders to move up country to- leaped overboard, and the captain I I WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN, 15
OCOEE FLORIDA
wards the north. Under cover of who was splendid,jumped last of alL" I ,
darkness we marched some 17 miles, I Ph. D. LL. D.. President. 9-4-tf I !

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't I 4-; ,iSMiIll JO8IAH Catered, a* Second MORNING FERRIS.SUBSCRIPTION at: ,Florida the Class po_ toffice Mail AND- Hatter.Editor WEEKLY RATES at Sentinel Orlando and "Owmcr Florida 'effort and railroad Limited"Jacksonville.Jacksonville we to hope(run have passenger By W.their she people Jacksonville the S.gets Branch Southern famous train are it.making)into Down need"Sunset Pacific busy an in it the half pelled that car more which North need of section or to the apparent.carriage.of walk the Orange people the precludes cars; and new will avenue in Probably The the paved Orlando any now rest rate is thought run sidewalksis less are of finished ride speedat up com-than of ina in, {I cert night Red One the at Cross for of coming the THURSDAY the the fund.opera most benefit week! house The interesting will NIGHT of funds on be the Thursday the derived British eventsof con- I JIf::::;i ::;F&LL;;&:;:;:::;INDICATIONS;;;;;:;;;: ;;;;;;;:;1:;!: ;::::"





Daily. 1 Year ........................ $8.00 this section where sunsets are unlimited -
the from the concert will to aid the
Daily C Months ...................... 2.60 pedestrians taking to brick pav- go
i and beautif
Daily: 3 Months ...................... 1.25 coming grand ing. wounded orphaned and widowed of
Daily. 1 Month ......................, .60 every night in the year such a train Great Britain as a result of the Euro- a

Weekly. 1 Year' ...................... $LOO would be incongruous. U. D. C. MEETING war and will be added to the "Every day draws us
Weekly. 6 Months .............:...... .76 pean nearer
contributions which have been re to our Stock Completion. Day
ALL 'SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN A New York paper has a head line There will be a meeting of the ceived not only from natives of Great by day we are receiving ship-
jV ADVANCETO "Improving Hell Gate." The only' Annie Coleman Chapter Daughtersof Britain, but from Americans and ments for every department-

ADVERTISERS danger we see is that if they keep the Confederacy, Tuesday, Octo- many other nationalities for this each day sees our assortments

spending money on that passage, they ber 20th, at 3 o'clock, at the resi- cause. growing larger-getting more
adrertiiiar Copy fr smart display be handed and all in'at other the hand-set kauneu will get it so calm and serene that dence of Dr. W. C. Person on South Some of the best musical talent in comprehensive and decidedly
of the Sentinel net later than 2. p. .. another name will be necessary. "
office
... Main street, for the purpose of con- Orlando will participate in the con- more interesting.
the day: before p.b tatl. This rale applies *
to chances for contract advertising: it is sidering the revision of the consti- cert and the program promises to be
and will be strictly adhered to. Eleven thousand voters in the state
invariable
tution, and several other matters of one of the best rendered in this city
Subscribers desiring The Seentinel discontinued of New York signed a petition to importance. All members are requested recently. Among the well known
should notify: the office in writing on have the name of Wm. Sulzer appearon to be present. musicians who will contribute their .
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be
live candidatefor
the state ticket
continued at the regular subscription rates as a Miss H. Parkhill, president.Mrs. talents to the success of the concertare i
until notice to atop is received. the office of. Despite
s governor. E. R.-Bliss, secretary Messrs. J. M. and Donald Che- PVVVVVV.e

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1914. earnest tions of wishes the Times-Union and vehement, "Bill"predic-looks I ney and A. P. Curry, and Mrs. Jas. :
ORLANDOITES_ TO CAMP AT Magruder, Jr. The well known Ly-
like the picture of a man who is
got,
LAKE CONWAY man twins will also contribute an interesting -
Swat the masher along with the ing to "come back."
I feature to the entertain- .
fly and the faker. tAn
of Orlandoitea ment.
o- Illinois man choked a colored A pleasant party ... > .
will spend a week'campmg': at Camp
This war has already caused some burglar to death while waiting for his I
Bee-gi woo-che on Lake Conway,
WANTED-Middle
Northern
aged
people to join the nightmare cavalry.The to bring with which to tie
son a rope
starting for the camp today, and a woman wants position as house- .Fall Sweaters .
o him up to await the policemen. That delightful time is expected. The keeper or housework of any kind.
censorship has not been torpe- son must be a District, Telegraph Call phone 459, or 408 Long St. 18-1t
is composed of Mr. and Mrs.
ty
doed, according to latest reports. messenger boy. par'I''I' The trend of the monde indi-
Weathersbee,.Mr. and Mrs. Leon
o FOR RENT-One or two furnished cates in a very marked degree
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brodwater, .
before beard be- sleeping rooms '\\ith'adjoining room
Hair turns
'gray An earthquake has recently killed '
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Miller. 'J for light housekeeping; bath and electric the popularity of these extremely -
cause it is about twenty years older. three thousand people in Turkey.
light. 407 Osceola street. useful garments. 'Ve antic-
o This seems a terrible waste of mate 10-18-3t
- BOARD OF TRADE MEETING
e: The Starke Telegraph declares thata rial when the Kaiser's army needs I I ipated this and placed our or-

I man who wears whiskers on his such crowds of men to shoot and kill Regular semi-monthly- meeting of Eat what you want. ders in such a manner that our

face has no right to criticise anythinga every day in the. week. the Orlando Board of Trade will be Eat all you want. assortment includes all the new-

woman wears.According s s the' I held Monday night, 8 o'clock in city Take a postscript and forget it. est makes, weaves, colorings
"pry havoc, and let slip dogsof For sale all
by druggists.
hall. Members to attend. and
are urged effects that will be to the
to a headline there is war" takes on a new meaning I l-7-d&w-lyr
SETH WOODRUF President.C. .
speculation as to what the Germanswill when the dogs have wings and flyover t fore this coming season.Ladies' .
E. HOWARD Secretary.Get .
do next. If the censors would Paris and London dropping
H. Kanner's great'sale continues
let us know what they did last we bombs on innocent women and chil-
would be satisfied. dren. the news in the Sentinel first. until November 1st. 11-tf
Shoes
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Having disposed of Teddy theTimesUnion A New York paper advertises as a One cannot improve upon the
is disturbed as to the feature of next Sunday's edition an
reason the allies do not help Belgium. article by Col. Roosevelt entitled, FOR SALE. 160 acres of Pine Timber Land. The tim- best and we have the best make

Others are asking why the allies do "What Can Be Accomplished in Help- ber has not been turpentined and there is suf of shoes in carrying the famous

not help themselves.A ing Forward the Cause of World makes of J. and T. Cousins-
ficient to pay for clearing the land. This is a
o Peace. Our observation leads us to Krippendorf and DUman. Our
want advertisement in the New believe that one very important item fine tract of first-class citrus land. Situated 6
New Fall Stock is all in and wor-
York World seeks an artist to paint to this end would be to cut out all the miles east of Orlando. Price
$10.00
per acre. thy of the most critical exami-
:dolls' eyes. In Orlando the dolls are advice of Mr. Roosevelt about build-
their own artists but they don't put ing battle ships. Terms. nation.
in the # *
the paint right eyes.
o The more we have the more we FOR RENT. A modern five room house at No. 111 Hill

Delevan's comet may be on the job street. Nice location. Will lease for one year
but*it is not spectacularly so. We
have surveyed the evening sky the MIMIillflMIMMIIKI to responsible party at $15.00 per month. Or, Men's Department

midnight sky the morning sky, and I T. F. HOURIHAN J Jt : I* can sell this property on very'moderate terms 'Ve carry the famous "Man-

all other skies hanging around with- I at a BARGAIN price. hattan" Shirts too well known
out succeeding in locating it. Licensed Plumber and : s,
o Sanitary Engineer X I to eulogize upon just a word to

Some one asks what has become of Estimate Furnished. Jobbing let you know however that our

the athletic young fellows that usedto Prompt y Attended to. S.Y.WAYInsurance Mens Fan Styles and New Col-

think nothing of plowing a ten PHONE 6z9 II I orings and combination are

acre orange grove in August. Manyof I 106 Court Street : I right here in the store and that
them are now sitting on the rear i and Real Estate Agent i
seats of a touring car and complaining ORLANDO FLORIDA :$ every taste can be satisfied.

of weariness when the chauffeurhas 4allmIIIMiMIIIIMMMIMil ._ I PHONE 172 !M
driven more than 25 miles in a .

single day. I

o Men's Neckwear
When a newspaper makes a mis- lilllllllMI

take the public is indignant and critical .
boycotts are threatened and sub- eA.qfmbj Notice-Quick Delivery \Ve have no hesitation in say-

scribers stop their paper. When a ing that our collection is the best '

citizen makes a mistake he rushes to f._ we have ever shown. \Ve have
the newspaper to see that nothing is | We are open from 6 a. m. till studied New York's caprice in
said about it. The newspapers have
this so closely that our offer-
a lot of fun watching the strange tac- PHARMACY 10:30 p. m. during the week.
tics of human nature. ings are identical to those
t .
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yesterday morning but in one placein
the war news three i's got into the

word "allies," and almost that many

people called our attention to the mis- .
take without mentioning the number Men's Footwear

that were correct. N. B.-The count

of correctly placed letters was made The names of Johnston and

by the "devil. PresentsNew Murphy and C. H. Alden are
o Wedding
The Citrus County Chronicle declares household words to men who

women have no business driv- study style, comfort and price.

ing autos and that there should be a See our new FaIl Styles. They

5 e' stop put to that sort of thing. Why, goods arriving daily. We have spent will please you.
certainly! A woman's place is at the

washtub, the ironing board the cook three weeks in the Eastern markets buying the
& stove, and down on her knees scrub- ,
bing the floors while lordly man en-

joys all the pleasures of life, many of newest and most up-to-date creations ever shownin

them acquired through the sweat of

her brow. o the State of Florida. We buy our goods direct 4'A =>

,
We note with alarm that some of ; "
from the largest factories thereby assuring ''''' ,
you
the re k.ast food companies have ,

joined the "buy-a-bale of cotton"
,movement. We suspect in this a quality at right prices. To show you will be a .

deep dyed and nefarious plot to help

the milkman out. The ordinary hay pleasure.
t and bran used for breakfast food

needs a liberal quantity of milk to

smooth out the rough places and

soften it up so that it may be swal- DICKSON YES CO. T TODftARTMENL
lowed, but with a liberal supply of

cotton among its ingredients more
milk will be absorbed and the milk- T.; H. EVANSJEWELER H

man will be the only one benefited so

far as we can see. No doubt the pal- STORE
atability of the breakfast foods will

be increased by the addition of any

staple product and its value as a food PLACE
will certainly be increased by the ad- Orlando Orange Avenue Florida

dition of cotton--cotton making a

good filler anywhere it is placed so ..

long as it stays there. " " in i i .'. .
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Mr. Walter Drennen left last nighton iMIMiMMiltilfftMIIIMMjjFAVORTE > you are invited to come and be at 0 i
the 12:30: train for New York'on home with us. Attentive ushers. All IF

WADE a combined business and pleasure j THEATREOpen2p.m.and6:39pm ;I II ; seats The free.following -music will be ren- Clcg f

) THE TUNER dered by the large choir: "GET IT AT
trip.Attorneys John C. Jones and Jos.'I Morning-Anthem, "In Thee, 0
e..z wo. FLA! Lord, Do I Put Trust" J. W. ALLEN'S"i
My by
H. Jones left last night for
Washington i I Admission 5 cents I Itllll.I..IIIII.IIIIIIIII. Lerman. i

to argue an important landcase Evening-Anthem, "Praised Be the f
I before the United States supreme Lord Daily," by W. Smallwood; solo, f
..essrs. G. M. and "Billie" Jacobs, court. Miss Weeks.
,
of Chuluota, transacted business in TODAY'S PROGRAM
the city yesterday.Dr. Father M. Fox returned yesterday CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CUT GLASS AND SILVERWe
afternoon on the Tampa Special from Imp. "Miss Nobody From No-
and Mrs. J. S. McEwan arrived New York where he has spent the where," in two parts, featuring Ethel Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
last night from a visit to Philadelphiaand past four weeks enjoying his well deserved Grandon. Produced by Ray Small- Services at 11 a. m." ; subject, "Doc- have just received new Glass and .I
trine of Atonement.
wood.
_New York city. vacation. Joker. "Mike and Jake in the Wednesday evening meeting, 7:45. Silver, beautiful paterns, moderate in

Mrs. J. C. Wallace will leave today Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Haslett, of Clutch of Circumstances." A com- Third floor, corner South Orange price. S

for a two weeks visit to her home in Avon-by-the-Sea, N. J., and Orlando, edy. avenue Church and street.Church street. Entranceon U

Barnesville, Ga. have returned to, 614. North Orange .
:Mr. Edwin,. Beeman is the proud
Mr. J. E. Rose,one of the leading their de-
avenue, winter place, after a possessor of a fine "Airdale" dog TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR '
truckers of Lockhart, transacted busi- lightful summer spent in the North. t
which he purchased on his recent tripto
ness at the county capital yesterday. Mr. '1': C. Palmer, one of the repre- New York. Mr. Harry Waters, RENT-Seven room furnished

Mr. J. McKenzie, one of, Ovied :s' sentative citizens of Windermere, was the urbane manager of the San Juan, house. Inquire Oak Lodge East

leading merchant, spent yesterday in looking after business affairs in Or- has not as yet discovered what this Church street. 10-17-2t

Orlando on business.Dr. lando While here he found
yesterday. species of canine is celebrated for, ROOM FOR RENT-Nicely furnishedand
J. B. Mills, of large time to the Sentinel an -
owner a pay appreciated but he says Edwin sure has some pleasantly located; private.
and prolific grove near Clarcona, was visit. I 202 East Robinson avenue. 18-3t T

among the visitors to Orlando yes- In response to a message announc-
terday. ing the serious illness of his sister,' dog.PLACES FOR RENT-Rooms with all conven-
iences for light housekeeping at
Mrs. E. ,A. Potts and little,son, Jo- Mrs. Joseph.Mizell, Mr. A. D. Arnold, OF WORSHIPCATHOLIC 307 East Pine street, near Lake Eola.

seph, are home again after spending the popular clerk at the San Juan ; 10-18-3t

several months at, various points in hotel,. left pn the early train this .. CHURCH .
the' mountains of North Carolina. morning for Tampa. FOR --RENT-Furnished.. light
housekeeping, suite of large, pleasant i
after Pentecost.
Dr. J. B. Mills, one of the substan- Mrs. L. M. Wilson and daughter, Twentieth Sunday i rooms; all modern. conveniences; n
Mass, 7 a. m.
tial citizens of the Clarcona section, Miss Matilda, of Johnstown, Pa., who Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. also two nice sleeping rooms; private
was mingling business with, pleasure have been spending the summer in Night: services, 7:30.METHODIST family 10186tTo ; close in. 312 North Main St. Tumblers Jewel Boxes j 7

Orlando yesterday.; Germany, have returned to Orlandofor V Water Pitchers Cream and Sugars

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mizell came up the winter and have taken up CHURCH be convinced of the producing Colognes Compote

from Kissimmee where they have their abode at the New Lucerne.Mr. E. of Sentinel. ads. .
C. want
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; power -try one.ililllitllillMMtiiiitlJ Vaises Bowls Etc.
been residing for. the past .four Geo. E. Macy.writes the Sentinel Howard, superintendent. o
months,to visit:relatives.Mr. 'I 'from Wilmington, Del., where he Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m.

and Mrs. F. H. Rand and i and Mrs. Macy have been visiting this Epworth Good music League morning, 6:45 and p. evening.m. .A.llen & CO.

d uihtersof'Longwood, motored to : summer, to leave their paper at 208 Prayer. meeting Wednesday, 7:30p. fi ,
'
Orlando yesterday to visit'fri nds and South street, as they expect to reach m. McCULLOCU'SDepartment |
Jewelers
to do some shopp ng. Orlando today. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

Miss Margaret Zachary, of San- Messrs. R. S. Cohoon and A. L.

ford, is a week-end visitor with her Beck autoed to Coronado Beach yes- Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor. III Everything Guaranteed." D
cousins, Misses Mary and Julia Zach- terday to enjoy another whiff of ozone Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. : j ,Store !

of the Cathedral schooL from old Atlantic and to listen to O'Neal, superintendent.
ary Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sheriff Frank Gordon and wife,who t I the sad sea waves. They will return Morning sermon, "Upper Light on b== 'OJ=( .elI
this .
i evening.Mr. Lower Struggles.
have been spending their honeymoon I
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Evening sermon, "The Inner Re-
I' W. M. Mathews chief of the Jelly Tumblers j
in and around Atlanta, are expected flector on the Outer." ;
home this afternoon. |Tampa fire department and a former Prayer meeting Wednesday evening -

Mr. Marshall,Rowland, son of Mr.)''well known citizen of this city, passed at 7:30. Fruit : ;; :; i
through Orlando afternoonen Men's Bible class at 9:45 a. m. Jars
and Mrs. R. Rowland, who has been I yesterday Special music.A I 1&S9j
spending a,couple of months in Pitts- route to New Orleans to attend a most cordial invitation to visitors

burg, Pa., returned home last night. convention of fire chiefs. i and strangers to 'attend all services.ST. all
:Mr. D. :M. who is kindsPreserving
Mr. M. O. Overstreet left yesterday Badger, engagedin LUKE'S CATHEDRAL Suspended in Mid Air
for a short visit to New York I horticulture at Winter Haven
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city. He expects to return in about spent several hours in Orlando yes- The Very Rev. Henry R. Remsen,
ten days. terday. He was en route to Veran- dean. The Balloon Baby on exhibition in our

jas, on the East Coast, where he goes St. Luke's day, and the nineteenth Kettles front. Don't
plate
new glass miss
Miss Ernestine Crux returned yes- Sunday after Trinity. seeing
to inspect and assist the in
terday from North Carolina where growers I Celebration of the Holy Communionat h
that section in keeping out the citrus it.
7:30 a. m.
she has spent several weeks enjoying
mountain life in the Land of the Sky.j canker. Sunday 'school, 9:30 a. m. Soutlf|>range Avenue ; ;
and Comunion, 10:30a.
Sermon Holy Our
Commencing this morning at six new grocery is the best in the '
Mrs. Mary Rodenbaugh and son, m.
Elmer, will jointly celebrate the anniversary o'clock Dann's Transfer Auto Service Evening prayer, 7:45. JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII" I : State. Call and look it over.
will run daily between Orlando and St. Luke's day falling on a Sunday,
of their births today, she cele-
Communion will be
the Holy
Oakland, via Gotha. The car will
having been born on October 18th brated at both the early and late ser
leave from in front of the People's VENEER CORES
and he on the 19th. vices. I
National bank and two trips will be .
Mr. Randolph Robinson arrived last ALL LENGTHS AND ANY Potted Plants Cut Flowers Funeral
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made daily. This service will be for FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHAt I ,
night from Jacksonville, where he II.white people only. It Special QUANTITY prices for October. I )
holds a responsible position with I ( the Lucerne) Stock up before cold weather. : Designs, Wedding Decorations.
Mr. H. E. the local
Campbell,
representative Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D.,
Chase & Company, to spend Sunday FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND '
I of H. C. Schrader Com- pastor.Mr. Also I
with relatives and friends.
pany, Jacksonville, has moved his Samuel A. Newell, superintendent OAK WOOD I
Mrs. J. S. Dinkel, of Longwood, of the Sunday school; Mr. Geo.
was a visitor in Orlando yesterday, family to this city from the metropolis W. Phillips, director of the choir; Mr. Orlando Wood Yard ; THE SANITARY GROCERY
and they are pleasantly located in William S. Branch, Jr., organist.
spending the day with her daughter, the new house recently erected by Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Classesfor B. W. Kingsley, Proprietor I CARUTHERS & GORE
:Miss Jewell, who is a student at the all and teachers with well
Mr. H. E. Hardy, No. 512 West Cen- ages PINE STREET AND R. R. I
Cathedral school. prepared lessons. Mr. Tenny's youngmen's Telephone 344 Phone 200
tral avenue. class meets in Arcade buildingon 9-30
Dr. and Mrs. J. N. :McElroy returned :Mr. J. W. Jones, the "live wire" of Pine street. All men cordially invited i 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
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looking up and predicts an era of Go to Church. Subject at the
and Mrs. P. L. Brown have returned prosperity for that favored section.He popular evening service, ""A Hero's
Trial in Coward's Court.
from their visit to points in recently located twenty Germansnear B. Y. a P. U. at 6:30 p. m.; Mr. Eu- +

Michigan, and are again occupyingtheir Winter Garden which he gene Reid, president. l
pretty home, 513 West Church brought down in a special car from Prayer and fellowship meeting on I
Wednesday night.
street. St. Louis, Mo. If you have no church home hereOSTEOPATHY
:Mr. B. Drew left yesterday for A post card received at the Senti-

Southport, Ky., where :Mrs. Drew has nel office last night from Mr. Ralph

been spending the summer. They will Yearby, who with his wife is makingthe

return to their home on East Central trip with Mr. and Mrs. James

avenue about October first. Laughlin III., on the yacht Framlin, DR. J. C .HOWELL, _
:Mrs. Helen A. Wright, who has reports all on board as well and hap-
Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo
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July, returned yesterday from Chi- the pleasure of the party. They left extra charge tor noose treatment i

cago where she has been spending the Charleston yesterday and their next Telephone connections 7 S =_:: -

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PEOPLE'S 'WANTSMUNNIMAKERS BUYERS AND SELLERSI number, Laths and Shingles

buy, sell, rent and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla.,
TT I over 30 years. JIave handled over
: ;: I \ $20,000,000. Call and see me.
Notlc..f Lest Wanted For Sale. F.r 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.FOR .
I NAIR LUMBER
s Rent .lc.. for this eoUrn. *Se. for one day,
Sdc. for tires cia,... .r $1..0 for one work l>r SALE
2S word or to... Mosey seat aeeompacy Established cash business. 208 South
the adfcrtueBCBU far this evlssn. u no Orange Avenue
aacrtloAs win k* ..4. .. credit. Wright Realty and Seed Co. 0
10-11-lw ORLANDO .
FOR RENT-Seven room furnished
house. Inquire 217 East Robinson Who is your painter and decorator!
avenue., 10-17-lit [f you are satisfied keep the one you
have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican.
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished room
418 South Lake St. 10-10-lu Ne. 636. 1-20-tf Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime

FOR RENT '
Rooms for light housekeeping; mcd- GORDON'S CARRIAGEAND > f M i t illlMltlllMMIIH
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; on Lucerne Circle; with garden -
fruit and flowers. See J. f. -

Open Watkins. 9-24-tf :S-USJt.'TESS

FOR RENTFour nice furnished BAGGAGE TRANSFERLT.
rooms. Will rent to adults only. .
Apply 409 DeLaney sreet. 9-23-tf

HARRELL, Prop.

t Place your City or Coun- furnished FOR RENT-Good and dose in.Boarding Will rent House for, Piano and Furniture friendships result from the right introduction, and

Property with us. 3!, 6, or 12 months. Possession at
try once. Also some rooms for light Moving a Specialty the most important ones come through the right banking con-
house-keeping. See or phone F. L.
!If unable to call, we will Anderson 112 W. Church street. 8 E. Church St. PHONE 487Dressmaking nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We
Phone 459. 1014tfFOR

come to you.Watchful. -RENT-Beautiful- dwelling with invite you to open an account with us where a personal interest -

] attention will garage; elegantly furnished; on I I- 11 1
Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
be ;jiven to the interest of 8-27-tf ;

: our clients. :Mrs. R. S. Cohoon has
FOR SALE-By Clarence W. Rose I
308 North Main street, a.Cote and resumed her dressmaking BANK & TRUST CO.
three lots. A 14-room house furnished and is now locatedin
both close in. Please inves-
BUILDING LAND COII investigate. 10-14-10t Room 4, Way building,.
ORlANDO on Orange avenue, where MI 111 i ii 11111111 in 111111 !tllll! i iMIIIIIIMIIIMMMiJMIIiMIMIiMIIIMJMIMiMJIIMIIIIII

FOR SALE-Two second hand pool she cordially invites all
North Oran Avenue tables, good condition. $100 f.o.b.
Starke Fla. Inquire Lee Tremont ladies needing anything MII9IIHIIIMIIIM*
PHONE 608 hotel. 10-17-3t in the wearing apparelline lllilllMMliMIIMMiinillMMilillHiiiliilMIHMMIMilMIMtMittllli MOa

'. OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL FOR SALE-14-room house fully to call and see her.
furnished, splendid location, price
15000, terms. Apply Alfred Hadley
308 Magnolia Ave. 10-6-2w CLOTHINGOur
FRED B. DALEC.
FOR SALE-Or trade for real
estate
H. BRYANT Real Estate Boughtand
a five-passenger automobile in
DAVIS GILES Counsel. nice shape. Address No. 112 West
: Church street, city. 10-4-1m
F. A. PEPPERCORN Contractor. Sold.City new stock of

FOR SALE-One or both of a team
of black mares, weight 1100 and
FROM WINTER GARDEN 1200. Good drivers, single or double. Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash
C. E. Enlow, Winter Park, Fla. and $1.00 per week buys a Lot
9-18-tf t| | Fall and Winter Clothing |
Citrus Fruit Prospects Are Bright; RENTS COLLECTED. ,
i.. Vegetables Planted on All FOR SALE-A No. 1 saddle mare,
,- or buggy horse. Address careWright's
Available Land
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-<'t.. Box 567. 9-2-tf

Oranges and-grapefruit in this FOR. SALE-One Underwood-type- N. P. HATCHERORLANDO Made by SCHLOSS BROS., is coming in ;

section are looking fine and will be- writer in good condition; one Bur- ,FLORIDA
rough's adding machine used only
gin to move about the 20th. J. L. two months and and anxious for to
one Reading stand- Office at Pinehurst ParkP. we are you see our :
Dillard will probably ship the first ard motorcycle, in good shape. Bar-
car of grapefruit and will be followed gains on quick sale. Call or address, O. Box 281
close by others. .J.10-9-tf C. Sigler, Winter Park, Fla. 10-8-lm New Styles, and high class tailoring. Best

The are showing splen- !
oranges up
didly, with size and color good, witha For Sale-Silver Cluster Grape place in the city to buy clothing.
very small per cent. short of last Fruit and Valencia late orange buds. Wood Wood Wood
year's Vigorous stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2
crops.Grapefruit
years old.9232m '
is also looking good and H. C. McDANIEL.FOR I Excellent Core Pine Wood Sup
the quality and size promises to be
desirable, an increase of about 20 percent SALE-Forty acres of fine plied in any quantity W. M. SLEMONS
over last year's crop. hammock land; eight in grove; the
present of will be from
crop oranges I
Most of the houses
packing having 750 to 1.000 boxes; 500 trees alf told,I SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE
been remodeled and enlarged during ready for setting-10 acres in lake,
the summer will be in excellent shapeto one and quarter miles from Apopka. STRANDS OR MORE IliiiniiMilllHIMiiiltHiiliMMIMMMIillliilHIIIIMMMMeilMMilll .
handle the business. In additionto Price $5,000. Address W. H., Box '..IIIIBI>tlllllllllllllliiHlieilll.IIIIIIIIIIIIMMMHIH.IHIIIIIIttlilllllit
178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf
to the three modern equipped houses

here last season we will have another, FOR SALE-Fine fence ELDREDGE BARLOW ': :: MMIMMI itMMIMM Mt> l>t HlM.I" Lilt
of Frank cypress posts. IIIIS\\\\\\\\\:':: :: ::' \\ \\ \\\ \\ \ \"
making four in alL Inquire Phillips, Pine Castle '
The vegetable growers have also 9-18-tf Telephone 375

been very busy planting every avail- FOR SALE-A new safe, office and South Street, near A. C. L. $ fl I
able foot of land in early vegetables, store fixtures. Inquire at Berman's I yur. 1 :

including beans, peas, squash and let- store. 10-10-6t Tracks .
tuce. Some of the crops are up and
FOR SALE-A good Roll Top 9-1-lm
looking fine with prospects for early Desk and Chair. Been used very lit-
yield.-Florida Grower. tle. Call on W. C. Sherman, Rock

ITALIAN LABORERS IN TRIESTE Building, opposite San Juan Hotel.10-8-tf Special Notice to 5O Japanese Matting


SHIPYARD TO BE DISMISSED FOR SALE Property Owners...
( AT ONCE Second hand Chalmers car. Wright
Bros.' Cigar Store, Orange Ave.

Rome, Italy, Oct. 16.-A measure 10-11-lw Rugs 9x12

reported to have been adopted by Mr. S. H. Atha, of this firm,
Prince Hohenlohe the governor of MISCELLANEOUS has just returned from a four

Trieste ordering the exclusion of all month's trip through the north,
Italian subjects working in the Aus- WANTED-Salesman and Collector He vistied all the large cities $8.78 H.
apply to Singer Ma-
Sewing
trian dockyards as a consequence of chine Co., Orlando Fla. 1014tfWANTEDStenographerbookkeeper as far west as Denver, Colorado
the fire at the. Monfalcone yard is and east to Washington, D. C.

causing great ferment here. The He met hundreds of prominentmen
who is capable and a hard worker.
Messagero protests against it as an Orlando Auto Supply Co. 10-17-3t who are coming to Florida ON SALE
act of hostility to Italians who, it this winter, and many of them

says, are thus considered responsiblefor TYPEWRITERS. C. Baldwin cleaned of and Jacksonville.repaired.D. promised him to come to Or-

the fire which greatly'damaged a 'Phone Orland hotel. 10-17-3t lando.A .
number of Austrian warships. great many will have moneyto and Tuesday
FURNISHED
ROOMS Monday
and board, for
y six adults. Address Kentucky Home, invest, so if you want to sell
FOR THIS WEEK
511 Palmer property should list it
street, Orlando, Lake your you
Hunt the Place Save
to
Money Cherokee. 10-17-lm with us at once, as we will have
f Fresh from the counry Eggs, per -
doz., 35c. TWO FURNISHED ROOMS at 221 the buyers.Cooper.
_{. Keifer Pears for cocking and Robinson avenue on Lake Eola.
.
pickles Apples, 50c.of the peck.best, 20c. to 25c doz. MALE 10-17-6t STENO-BOOKKEEPER Atha Kincaid & Snowden

Peaches of the finest, 30c. per doz. years experience, desires posi-seven -
Grapes,Grapes,Grapes, 25c basket. tion in Orlando; can give A-l refer- 114 South Osage Are, Grand Floor
Tomatoes, the best Maryland stock, ences. Inquire Room 1, Tremont.
Phone
8c. per Ib.Bananas. 10-17-3t No. 3115TOURIST House.
Priced Furniture
Low
the finest, 20c. per doz. I
4 Florida Bananas lOc. per doz. WANTED FRESH COW giving ten I
Oranges, Grapefruit and fruit of to fourteen quarts a day. Write or Cor Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida
all kinds. Visit the little store and be call at Ward's store, Winter Park. TRAINS-5

1 k convinced make you call as quality again. and prices will 10-10-1w !!! !' !!!!!! "_ ''I"" ""t, ,:,t:: : :,: tt1.1.:: .
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109 W. Church Street Shetland pony for a larger horse. "DIXIE FLYER""DIXIE
10-7-tf Reel's Steam Laundry 814 N. Orange U IITED" Dudley Matthews A. B. MOORE
avenue, or phone 654. 9-29-tf
If you want your bicycle fixed in "MONTGOMERY"SEMINOLE LIMITED"ROUTE""SOUTH Plain and Decorative
a hurry take it to Warman's Repair T. F. HOURIHAN Licensed Plumber. Painting
Shop. 12-5-tf. Conscientious work at fair prices. ATLANTIC LHIITED"Pullman ARCHITECTURAL AND GENERAL Paperhanging and Kalsomiiiin
_ Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf Cars from Chicago, St. DRAFTING.Blue .
L H. RAMSDELu First-class
Louis Cincinnati, Louisville, and intermediate DR. work good material and
Don't wait for every one In town to T. F. HOURIHAN Licensed reasonable prices.
; Plumber. points to Jacksonville Fla. Printing and Map Work. Patent OPTOMETRISTSuccessor *o j b too
largeor
have Entrican. the before
painter Conscientious work at fair prices. office drawings show cards, and too small
you try. Am too busy to look you Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf DINING CARS general commercial art. Perspectives ( :: to Dr. O. P. LUdu) we will talk it Drop mc a postal and
up. Phone 636, and I will be on the Via in color or fiat washes. ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE over.
job. l- -tf Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's ATLANTIC COAST LINE -
Coal Yard phone 566. 9-31-tf Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. ROOM: 12YowellDackworth FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES A. B. MOORE

_ FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKINGAt G. KIRKLAND, D.P.A. Building
208 East Robinson avenue. Missesp First class Brazing a sp.cialty at Hillsboro Hotel Tampa, Fla. AND DO ALL KINDS OF P. 0. Box 824
.w V*. formerly with Miss Hovermale. Warman's Repair Shop o. Court St. A. W. FRITOT, D.P.A. PHONE 542 Orlando
10-3-lm 12+tf.i 9-to-dAwtf OPTICAL REPAIRING
138 Wejt Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. 109.1Mr.

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the Florida state penitentiary. Dur- jj All Leading Varieties of Citrus TreesR.
ing my incarceration I have carefully COOK WITH GAS

observed everything relative to the T. PEEL, Proprietor.

prisons in which I have been confined. Local Salesman

By a careful, systematic search, with I I Glen St. Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATE !
years of experience, I am convinced Box 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida. 6. Speed
1. Convenience
that the best way to reform men is 9-24-tf
to treat them kindly, and to lead them
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good example of prison authoritiesthat 8.
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officials should be very careful to always
give helpful advice. A very THE OLD RELIABLEDAMN'S 9. Perfect Regulation
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Simplicity
small deception or coloring seems to
of
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have a much wider acceptance among '
\ the fallen class of men than a very TRANSFERDr. 5. Accessibility 10. Economy :
large deed of charity. The board of
commissioners is doing a good workin B. D. WIENANGA, Prop.
having their prison laws enforced.

upon Among the state the many by Governor benefits TrammellI conferred Livery, Draying and HaulingWE 5. SPEED 4 !

consider none .magnificent as his
appointing Hon. R. B. Tomlin as state Imagine being able to sleep twenty minutes longer in the morning or stay
superintendent. I have found Mr. GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE out calling halt an hour' longer in the afternoon because you know you don't
Tomlin to be a conscientious gentle have to light a fire and wait for the stove to heat up.
man, and his services as superintendent -
I have found to be irreproachable.The Imagine being able to cook a whole meal. without having even to think
prison camps in Florida today, AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK about the fire.Imagine .

leaving out a very few exceptional being able to go off and leave things cooking with no fear of them ;;

cases, are almost equivalent to the Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited boiling over because you know the "fire"* will stay just as you! have if.
former homes of the inmates. Nobody
knows better than I do how to appre- Imagine being able to "put. out the fire" when your cooking is over by sim-
ciate the prison management under HORSES FOR SALE ply turning a valve. :

the administration of Governor Tram- In short-imagine anything that tends toward speed in cooking and
'Phone 257. Orlando you
Florida "
mell.By will find yourself thinking of "GAS.
eternal vigilance during my im-
prisonment I learned that the great- I
est obstacle in the way of reforma-
' tion of men who are sent to prisonsis .
that the convicts are rendered desperate MMtlMIIIIIIIIIMMMMMitMIMIIIIIMiMlillMISPRAY ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
oftentimes by the fact that i NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE I
their families are suffering for neces-
sities, such as food, clothing and a X SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY GAS DEPARTMENT
place to live. The suffering with untold -
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such families to lives of disgrace and Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale Rust Mite "/ MMMiMMMMIIIMIIMMIIIIIMMM ,, l

shame. It is not. always true that and Red Spider that is hit. Removes sooty mold
such is the case, but too often it is and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September MMMItMtlllMHIimilinniHIIIMIIMIIIiMMIIIillilillimilMMttlMli i

true. Single men, without families and October are two of the best months for
and without the slightest taint of spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents insects -
criminal insincts, moved by sudden
from sapping trees all winter, and brings them
outbursts of passion or driven by
desperate circumstances to do things out in a good, healthy condition in the spring, thus f4klEYrswi .
which have brought about their incar- insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom. ULY OSUN li', I IJ.
ceration. After their release from
prison they find it hard even in this : : J. SCHNARR & CO.. Orlando, Florida.
state of boasting enlightenment and
paraded Christianity, to establish Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure the White Fly
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decency and self support. Going .
out financially embarrassed some-
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are placed where they associate with

the avoidably.After very making worst company a careful, almost examina-un- Tb E Bola Pacua! C COMDaIIY

tion of those facts I am impelled to
believe that were the legislature to
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pass a law that each state prisoner, -
having a sentence of more than one

year warrant, where it his, shall conduct have is sufficientto a small and Shippers of Citrus 11 H jrsspowar: GUARANTEED 3'Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic
Mechanical Oil Pump Starter and 66
Step< Refinements
share of his
earnings, to be held at
Fruits and Vegetables.
the capital until his release. Or, incases
where one has a family, desti- 8275.00
tute of support, allow his family to I will operate alone under above name and shall appreciate -
draw the amount if the prisoner pre- the business of all who have and any who have Wright & I29 Orange Avc"llptSl .,
fers that it should lie used in, this not patronized me in the last three years. For informa- I Orlando Fla.
way. The legislature would do a at ,
tion call on or write me my Packing House at crossingof
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building, which I am equipping with Jttauid's latest ma- .
escaped convicts TREES FOR SALE
would be a thing of LIST YOUR PROPERTYwith LAUNDRYYour
the past. With this advantage, to- chinery and can consequently give you same service The Terra Ceia Nurseries have for
gether with good treatment guards which has always spoken for itself. sale the Walters (Florida Standard) me now, while I hare the timeto general laundry work, French
would not be variety of grapefruit, from one to look it over and familiarize myself dry cleaning, and pressing will be ap
We should needed.mix My efforts will be to sell all possible before resortingto three years old, budded on three to with the talking points. I made the i preciated. Satisfaction and serviceguaranteed.
brains with Open September 28th.
our four old rough lemon roots
distribution. years ; largest number of sales last winter Phone
and 654. Reel's Steam Laundry,
sympathies affections.B. and the Heart's Tardiff orange one and expect to do even better this win
for whites
B. McCall, in year old buds on three years old ter. only. 9-25-tf
Ocala Banner. My prospects are beginnig to arrive -
W. A. DADE, Gen. Manager. rough lemon roots. All in first class and it might cause you to losea
Try the Sentinel for condition. sale by putting it off. Call todayat Up to date painting, papering, ett,
your next job
TERRA CEIA NURSERIES, new offices in the Watkins
my
Prices 9-18-2 is the kind want. Where to
printing. m you get
very reasonable. and list
Terra Ceia, Florida. building your property.
it? That's 636. W. T.
Workmanship the best. Call easy phone
or phone J. c. Rowell Manager. WALTER W. ROSE.
when in need of job work. ttjJI'J"J"I"'I"II"'IIII''J".J'j I Correspondence solicited. Bal Estate Phone {p55.a. Entrican. 1-20-tf
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". r r Wt Conductor Barksdale has made I II 47
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P quite an improvement to his little I
cottage, by the addition of porcheson
the north and west sides of the
house.
We are pleased to see that a few
of our property owners keep up their

, places in fine style. Hope all the residents -
in the Heights will follow their
1 example in regard to exterminatingthe
weeds from their yards and side-
walks.

For To-day--.; Miss Lola Morgan, who has been
visiting her grandparents in St. Petersburg .
has returned home, -' ,
we hope
Tomorrow and every other day, you'll find much improved in health. .

a chock account with the State Bank mighty! Mr. and Mrs. Hancock have enliv DO YOU UNDERSTAND

handy In keeping an accurate record of your ened our vicinity by the lively and

i: money affairs. pianola sweet strains at evening.We of .music from their U: It Ii II 1 How you can personally be benefit-

Take note-how many business men understand' that Mr. Taylor will U II If Fl ted by the advantages accruing to
soon have his rooms ready for rent.
In cash? Very lew-for businessmen -
pay you The house is arranged conveniently, :I 1 11 Iii the commmunity by
chances
take
cannot by carrying money with electric lights.

about. The safe way is the business-like We are eagerly anticipating the
{ bank checks. arrival of three families of our win- :; The Federal Reserve Act ?
way-our
: ter residents about the first of November -
j with checks. Mr. and Mrs. Nickerson, of
t Try paying Call
telephone or write and we will
< Boston Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Daniels, "
' : Mr. Mrs. Ferner :.t.I 11 Ii Ii1-1 mail our booklet
- The State Bank of Orlando from Kentucky; and : --just out---which
and little Charlie. The latter family
} w. explains this act fully and clearly.
have been touring the Southern hC : :
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States this past summer. ;;. :; :.
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Mr. Ware is erecting a nice little .
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cottage on his lot south of Dr. Hall's :
-IH residence. < .

t Miss Mykel, from Georgia, is visiting i" ...j

her brother on Gore avenue. ; .. :.
Our merchant, Mr. Logan, is at-
FOOTBALL RESULTS tending the series of meetings held '

ANTWERP WILL NOT HAVE by the Seventh Day Adventists at the c -,,- : .
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Baton Rouge-Mississippi 21, Lou- fair grounds.We .
need a chapel in our vicinity. -- .. : :. :'
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isiana 0.Lexington
TO PAY INDEMNITY : :' '
Va.-V. M. I. 6, Gallau- There are so many children who 'r'! : : .: ,. : :
should be attending Sabbath school. i.: L G v" .: II: .. ;' D'Q.
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Which of the churches will help to establish .". : .
London, Oct. 17.In a dispatch :., ,' .. :.' -- -. '
from Rotterdam dated Friday the correspondent Charlottesville-Virginia 49, South a mission school in our midst? .- ".. .' J

of the Star telegraph! Carolina 7.AtlantaNorth. Carolina 41, Geor- WOMAN SUFFRAGE ::: \:::' '::;' ';:;' '; :": ::" ':...:. ::;:;):.,:-:: }.:" ':':';:"'::":'.:'.'. ',:..' -- '. .... ......;.-.. ," '-..,:;:' ::. :: .:" ::',: ::i'"r::: '<' .::'; :.
that it had been reported there from ASSOCIA// :
gia 6. TION WILL BUY A ...
Roosendaal Holland that the Ger- Spartanburg-Davidson 80, Wof- ---. --
man government of Antwerp has de- ford 6. The Florida Woman Suffrage asso- SWEDES PROTEST GERMANS DE- J sels interfered with were at the time We insure your life and loan YOU
tided to forego the huge indemnity Lexington-Kentucky 19, Mississippi ciation will contribute their mite to FLECTING SWEDISH SHIPS in Swedish waters. money on real estate at 6 per cent.
of at time in favor of the interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,
spoken one Aggies 13.BirminghamAlabama relieve the cotton situation, by buy- TO SWINDEMUENDE Curry Building, Tampa Fla.
demand that the city shaH support 13, Georgia ing a bale of cotton. Miss Mary Saf- WASNT US 325d&wtfThe
the 15,000 German soldiers who seem I Tech. 0.New. ford, the president, was a caller at Stockholm, Sweden, via London, i
to have been left at Antwerp as a Haven-Yale 8,Notre Dame 0. the Sentinel office yesterday and Oct. 17.-The recurring practice of Scandal at Orlando! A newspaperman corner stone of the Sisters of
force of occupation. Cambridge-Harvard 13, Tufts 6. stated that she was now seeking a the Germans of stopping Swedish has bought an automobile.- Charity hospital at Pensacola was
The people of Antwerp now are allowed Ithaca-Cornell 48, Bucknell 0. bale for the association. The buy a ships and taking them ,to Swinde-I Tampa Tribune. laid with the ceremonies Sun-
to lock their doors at night the Princeton Princeton 16, La- bale movement has no doubt greatly muende has caused published expres- proper
correspondent continues, but they fayette 0. aided the cotton growers in holdingup sions of indignation, particularly as NEW ARRIVALWe day afternoon. Bishop Allen of Mo-
must keep lights burning in their West 21, what bile officiated. The structure will cost
Point-Army Colgate 3. the prices to something like no explanation or excuse is offered. have just opened a large new
halls.H. Richmond-Georgetown 0, Wash- cotton is worth, and many thousandsof The Swedish press bureau urges that stock af table linen, art linen, shirt- $400,000.
ington and Lee 13. bales will be held by purchasersuntil the Swedish fleet should control the waist linen, towels, napkins, white
Kanner's great sale continues Philadelphia Pennsylvania 16, the price exceeds ten cents a ;,behavior of German ships, expressing counterpanes prices before, you and buy.blankets. Get our II. Kanner's great sale continues
until November 1st. 11-tf Navy 6. j pound. the opinion that a number of the ves 10-1 s-6t W. M. SLEMONS. until November 1st. 11-tf

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