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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 21, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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 SENTINEL





}VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1911. NUMBER 216.

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GERMAN[ ADVANCE[ ALONG NORTH COAST fRANC[ CHECKED[ VILLA PUTS ONE OVER ON DELEGATES



I BY SURROUNDING PEACE CONFAB

SEVERAL ATTACKS "'EREIADE AT DIFFERENT POINTS
NEW YORK BANKER URGES
ALONG BATTLE LINE IN EFFORT OF GERMANS TO = -


RELIEVE PRESSURE THE CONSTANTLY OF ALLIES' FRONT INCREASING REFUSAL FOREIGN LOANS FOOD SUPPLIES NEEDED I AT EIGHTEEN AGUAS CALIENTES THOUSAND; HAS I


IN BELGUIM OF HIS MEN

and Washington Oct. 20.-(Special.)- will tend to restore European confi-
German Assault Repulsed
Every : Frederick Straus, of the New York dence in American securities and

banking firm of Seligman & Company 'tend to stop European investors from nRA WHITLOCK, AMERICAN APPEAL MADE TO CARRANZA
Allies Made Gains
testifying today before the In- selling securities here. MINISTER, URGES
Commerce Commission in the The wlil face
terstate United States a gold
RUSHING SUPPLIESIn Action of Rebel Leader Created
the advance freight rates famine, Mr. Straus declared if forcedto
Their Posi- hearing on ,
in
and Succeed Holding
Belgians Fight Desperately
for eastern railroads urged Amer- take up alL its European obliga- Panic Among Delegates and
Normal Times
tion in North Against Furious Assaults-Berlin Dispatch ican bankers to refuse to handle any tions when the stock exchange opens, Belgium Only Carranza Adherents In-
Produces Small Per Cent. of I
Declares Some of Outer Forts of Verdun Have Suc- foreign loans after the European war when surely a large amount of rail- sulted
is over "because well need all the road securities will be offered for Food Needed and War on Streets
cumbed and Fall of the City Is
capital we can get here for American sale for the owners will require Has Made Famine I
Momentarily Expected industries." He said the amount of money. The cotton situation is also San Antonio, Tex., Oct. 20.-The

money the belligerents in Europe will damaging, he said, because it was Washington Oct. 20.-Brand Whit- I Mexican consulate here today received -

Paris Oct. from the northis I need after the war will be so vast as cutting down the earnings of the rail- lock American minister to Belgium, j a report from Mexico City
20.-Special.-The( ) important news
to absorb all of their purchasingpower. roads in the South and adversely affecting cabled the stae department today j stating that Gen. Francisco Villa cre-
not whether Ostend is in German or French hands, but that ated the
a panic among delegates to
of
i our trade balances. The effect from Brussels under date yester-
the German sweep of the French, north sea coast has been effect- Mr. Straus said the mere grantingof of the cotton situation upon gold day urging that food shipments for I the convention of military chiefs in

ively checked. An attache of the 'official staff of a high French advanced rates on railroads would exports has not yet been felt accord- the destitute people of Belgium be Aguas Calientes today by moving an

commander, who was in Paris today, on a special mission, stated not adjust the whole situation but ing to Mr. Straus.CAPTAIN expedited. He had just been advised army of 18,000 men ;"*o position
1 where he can envelope T e city and
that Dunkirk is considered safe and that Calais is in no dangerof that the German government had con- '
sented to the shipment of food sup- imprison the entire conference. Vil-

consequence. BELGIANS HOLDING THEIR ROBERT E. LEE plies from England to the civil popu- la's army is reported to be within an

lation of Belgium.In I hour's march of Aguas Calientes. To
Several distinct and violent attacks of a desperate characterwere oppose him there are Carranza troopsat
Mr. Whitlock declared
normal
times -
directed by the Germans today at points along the whole POSITIONSAND i [S SLEADYOUNGEST Belgium produced food for Monterey and Saltillo but it would

battle line extending from the Meuse to the sea, in a tremendous only one-sixth of its population. lie take from four to twelve hours to get

effort to relieve the constantly increasing pressure of the allies' ALLIED ARMIES MAKE SON OF GREAT pointed out that outside aid was absolutely them to Aguas Calientes.

front, but all efforts were repelled.. GAINS AT VARIOUS CONFEDERATE COMMANDER I. imperative for within an- According to the message from
other fortnight the people would be Mexico City to the consulate here,
In the field of the great battle for German ascendancy on the POINTS 1 i starving. the delegates at Aguas Calientes, who

North sea coast the invaders suffered still further check. The With the approach of winter he include many chiefs of the constitu-

Belgians held them impotent in a series of remarkably executed Germans Strongly Holding Their Enlisted as a Private in the feared conditions would be unendur- tionalist army, have made an appealto

counter attacks which kept the Germans constantly disorganized Positions in the Vicinity of Civil War and Rapidly Rose Carranza to guarantee their free-

and broke the force of their frontal attacks.In Lille, Says Official Bor- From Ranks to a able.Fifteen hundred tons of food sup- dom during the convention, which was

the immediate vicinity of La Bassee, to the southwest of deaux Report i j Captaincy American plies purchased relief committee in London are by ready the resumed They declare today. Villa's soldiers who i

Lille, the Kaiser's troops directed extremely persistent and furious official I for shipment and Ambassador Page are in Aguas Calientes as escorts to i
Paris, Oct. 20.The French Washington Oct. 20.Word was
attacks the French and British line with the chiefs of Villa's rob them j
against no suc- communication given out this after- received here today of the death of was in communication with the state army
cess and at great cost in men and equipment. noon says that the Belgian army is Capt. Robert E. Lee youngest son of department today concerning detailsof and insult them in the streets. They
ask that Aguas Calientes and sur- ::
Further south, between Peronne and Albert, the Germans ad- holding its position on the river Yser. Gen. Robert E. Lee, the Confederate the shipment.
The official communication follows: commander at Upperville, Va., last Contributions to the Belgium fund rounding territory be declared neu-
vanced as far as the village of Mametz, where they were checked tral during the convention or that the
in of violent at- The will be interred it was stated at the Belgian legation j
"In Belgium spite night. body at
and in the face of hail of lead from the French '
a deadly quick- here would be distributed not convention be removed to Mexico
tacks on the part of the enemy, the Lexington, Va., Friday morning. today
firers and field guns, were compelled to withdraw to save themselves only to the needy in Belgium proper City.
Belgian army has held its position on Captain Lee was educated in private -
from disaster. the line of the river Yser. schools and in the University of but to all points in other countries

East of Argonne, detachments of the army of the crown prince "There have been other actions in Virginia. At the outbreak of the civil where Belgians had taken refuge. ;I FOOTBALL PLAYER PROBABLY :

appeared for the first time in the vicinity of Vauquois where they the region of Ypres between the allied war he joined the Rockbridge (Va.) Minister Havenith anticipated no FATALLY INJURED ,-.
forces operating in this territory artillery as a private. He took partin difficulty in the transfer of suppliesto -
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were met by French forces of equal strength but in entrenched American Minister Whitlock. 'I 1 Nashville, Tenn., Oct. 20.-Spe-( i
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and the forces of the enemy. numerous engagements and later
positions and driven back after a vigorous assault.On I cial.)-Fullback Coleman of the Cen- 1
"On our left wing the Germans con- was promoted to the rank of captainof
the heights of the Meuse, where the eastern wing of the tinue to hold strongly their advance artillery on the staff of his brother First Shipment Is Ready tral Kentucky eleven is in a local 1
London Oct. 20.-The first con-
French line has been heavily engaged for the past month, new posts around Lille in the direction of Gen. \ '. II. F. Lee. hospital believed to be fatally injuredas
signment of food supplies for the relief the result of a fierce tackle play
offensive oprations were begun by the invaders in a futile attemptto Armentieres Fournes and La Bassee. Since the war Captain Lee had of the people of Brussels is on during a with Vanderbilt this
"On the Meuse the enemy has en- been engaged in farming. He was game
dislodge the defenders.In the London docks ready for shipment-. ternoon. Coleman is believed to be
deavored in vain to drive back the married twice. His first wife was aMiss
the fighting in which practically every unit of both lines, to Rotterdam. suffering from. hemorrhage of the
advance posts of our troops, who have Haxall and his second wife Miss
with the exception of the armies facing each other in the center W. H. Page, the American ambassador brain.
moved out along the right bank of Juliet Carter of Washington. lIe
has consigned this food direct
were engaged, the allies were not only able to hold their own but this stream iithe peninsula of the leaves two children. I (
to Brand Whitlock the American
where the counter attacks of the Germans were repelled with Camp de Romains. Captain Lee was the author of, j minister in the Belgian capital. I II < BRITISH SUBMARINE SUNK BY

great violence, the allied troops were able to take and hold groundat "To sum up, during the day of October "Recollections and Letters of General I : GERMAN R'AIiSHhl'SBerlin
19 we have made progress at Robert E. Lee." He was born at the FOOTBALL
I
various
points. various points on the front. old Lee mansion, now part of Arlington Germany, by wireless to
"Russia: In east Prussia and on I National cemetery, October 27,I Nashville-Vanderbilt 59, Central Sayville N. Y., Oct. 20.-It was offi-
GERMANS CLAIM SOME OUTER FORTS AT VERDUN HAVE the Vistula river there is no change 1843. Kentucky 0.Fullback cially sated here today that the Brit-

FALLEN AND SIEGE HEARING END I in the situation. The efforts of the / Coleman of the Central ish new submarine E-3 was sunk on
eleven received probably Sunday October 18, by German war-
Austrians to cross the river San have New November magazines every Kentucky
London Oct. 20.-(Special.)-That the Germans have succeeded
been repulsed. The battle south of day. Ladies' Home Journal Satur- fatal injuries during the garr ships in t. North sea.
in reducing some of the outer ring of forts at Verdun
against
Przemysl is continuing under condi- day Evening Post Country Gentle-
which they have been hammering for weeks, and that Verdun is tions favorable to the Russians." man, etc. Curtis & O'Neal.

about to fall, is the claim made in a wireless press dispatch received -i ; Carman Trial 1 Proceeds Rapidly

today from Berlin. The dispatch continues: "A report I: t II
SALE OF PUNK DOLLARS CAUCASIANS ARE SOWING
from Constantinople states that a German cruiser has bombarded' ;And This Week Will See the EndMineola

the railroad line to Adisabeba, now under construction, and the SERIOUS TROUBLE !
UNSUCCESSFUL I --
French section of the line is said to have been destroyed and much i
i L. I., Oct. 20.-Special.( ) Today's proceedings favored her
damage suffered by the French colony." Florida will have no exhibit at the Berlin Germany, by wireless to :-Mrs. Florence C. Carman went slightly. There remains now nothing

-- --- 'Panama-Pacific international exposition Sayville L. I., Oct. 20.-Peter Hansen back to her cell tonight smiling con- I to be told but the story of Cecile

I at San Francisco next year, the a well known Danish author, has fidently after spending the day in! the Coleman the negro servant in the
of
Shipments Grapefruit Nearly commission appointed by Governor declared that the rendering of assist- court room listening to the denunciation Carman home, and Frank Farrell the

Trammell to solicit funds having given ance to Germany's enemies by Japanese by District Attorney Smith and man of mystery who will say he sawa

Double Same Date Last YearA up the task last Friday. The Indians and Africans is suicidal nineteen state's witnesses who laid woman fire the shot through the
scheme by which they hoped to raise in view of the policy of the white before the jury the story of the deathof office window. District Attorney

I funds was the sale of pewter dollarsby races and that the time may come L wise D. Bailey whom she is accused Smith declared tonight the state
comparative statement of grapefruit I factory and it is asserted by those in young ladies four from the stateto when the white races of Europe and of murdering. She was well would close its case before the after-

shipments from Florida for 1913 !I position to know that had the same receive free trips to San Francisco.The the Americans will have to join together possessed of her faculties throughout noon session ends tomorrow, and it is

and 1914 shows that this season's quantity gone forward last year so commission has written the following in opposition to these orient- and once laughed outright at the testimony predicted Mrs. Carman will know her .

crop is moving much more rapidlythan early they would hardly have paid letter to Governor Trammell: : als. This information is contained in I of one witness. fate before Saturday night. It

.1 transportation charges. This year Jacksonville Fla., Oct. 19. i press matter given out in official circles -
last year. Up to October 19, the fruit is fine-in fact, about which continues
very Hon. Park Trammell Governor of :
1913 382 cars of grapefruit had the best the state has produced in Florida Tallahassee, Fla. "Although the news of the fate of Report of Progress on Indian

passed through Jacksonville en routeto II. several years-and there is every rea- My Dear Governor-In accordance I the German torpedo boats S-115, II III

market. while on the same date son to believe that good prices will with the decision of a meeting of the S-117, S-118, and S-119 which were River-Sanford-Orlando Highway j
this year 788 cars had passed that I be realized as the season advances.The Florida state commission to the Pan- sunk by a British warship off the I .1

point. fruit generally is exceptionally I ama-Pacific exposition held at the Dutch coast has aroused feelings of

_The prices___are believed to be satis- well developed. Seminole hotel in this city Friday we I,deep regret throughout Germany the Editor Sentinel:-Having had a the government officials shall have
-- ----L-- must inform :you that the commissionfinds :doss of the ships will rather increase number of inquiries from people who their formal approval to the .11.11given

Solid Car of Received' itself unable to carry out the | than decrease the pride of the Ger- read your paper as to the progress plan. :
Apples purposes for which it was appointedby | mans for their navy. The crews are being made on the Indian River-San- Below is a statement of receiptsand .n

I your excellency, and to communicate -'! much bemoaned but the vessels were ford-Orlando highway our board of expenditures to date: ,

Here From/ Western Maryland to you the desire and recom- old and of little value. trade has thought best to submit the Paid subscriptions- ;

mendation of its members that the j I Claims Belgians Deserting Colors following report of work done. Geneva ___________________$ 660.00 ).1 1 1r

I ommission be formally' dissolved and I "Two Belgian majors told a war The fill through the low prairie for Sanford __________________ 556.00 E f

How many Ie pies will a solid I They came from the Shenandoah valley the individual members excused from I correspondent of the Niewe Rotter- three-fourths mile west from the I 1 Orlando --------______-__ 500.00 ..U
I in western Maryland and are the further service in the capacity of I damsche Courant, that one-half of the river is solid and only needs draggingor East Sanford Land Co. ____ 200.00 "-

I property of Mr. M. J. Daetwyler, the commissioners.You I Belgian army has been interned in rolling to make an excellent road. Oviedo ___________________ 112.00

well known orange grower and ship- may be assured that the com- I Holland. A quarter of the whole The work done by the county scraper Chuluota _________________ 44.50
I; mission has reached this conclusion army has deserted, they declare, and for one and a half miles west of the Ind. Fertilizer Co. _______- 10.00 :
: per.Mr.. Daetwyler will dispose of these only after most earnest effort to pro- :I the last quarter is so disorganized.I end of the fill needs some shovel work

apples to the merchants of Orlando, vide suitable and appropriate repre- that they are only a burden to the I in connecting the ditches when it will Total cash received ___2081.50

l'I Kissimmee and Sanford, and will doa sentation for the state at the great British and French armies. be in good condition. The bridge Expenditures$2,080.50 .

regular brokerage business in ap- exposition which is to be held in California I I "Nearly all the Italian volunteers'I across the St. Johns is completed except Unpaid subscriptions _n__,$1,190.00

ples the remainder of the season, next year. Participation by Lin I the French army have returned to :I a 30 foot span in the center I M. E. HOOLEY, .

.l handling a car or more a week. (Continued on page '8) : Italy during the past few days. I which will be completed as soon as I Sec. Geneva Board Trade.'t .


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t HOLE IN \\ ALL OF MAL1NES CATHEDRAL TRUE-CHEAP T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. Eat all you want.
( Conscientious work at fair prices. Eat what you want.
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf Take a postscript and forget it.
<'" : ; : For sale by all druggists.
: y '_ b j ::. ti, f'T !. ir WITH PAINT MEANSThe Subscribe for The Daily SentineL l-7-d&wlyrI


: .' ; 1,. :, paint which covers the largest J12 WIom: ;--- ;;

1 r:, surface-Gives the longest service $ 441

-Lasts and looks well.THAT'S I

!i r tj.;i if if il Harrisons'"Town I I Our Business is EasierBy to Make Your Work



Zs. supplying you with all kinds and styles

f & Country" i of Files and Filing Cases, Ink and Ink Stands,

Pens and Pen Holders, Pencils and Pencil

f A The result of over? a Hundred Sharpeners, Rulers and Ruling Pens, Type

''-' $ Years Experience. (QA Writers and Type Writers Supplies and all
Photo copyright. 1914. by American Press Assoc. I.e.a
the material needed around the house or office -
f This *how the damage done bv a t>ro| tilp! firwl hv the Germans.A "
___ I Get our free book "Cause & Effect. l| desk.
(J j) It tells you many things you ought to know. lJ
LEPER'S WIFE !{ MONEY FROM POTATOES Call us up whether you wish a 5c pencilor
"Two courses are open to me, my I I
$50.00
SOLD BY a Filing Case.
i children and freedom on the one hand, :, When you read the news of enormous
. and my husband and exile with a amounts of being
t leper on the other. I will choose the .,brought to Florida by money the big 'crops Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. \v. S. BRANCH,
t.. latter, not because I love my chil- of potatoes, don't you wish there were ,
dren less, but because a wife's plain 'more potatoes grown in the state? For the last Twenty-five Years. The Arcade Book and Music Store
duty is not to desert a good husbandin There are millions of acres that would
the darkest hour of his life, and
t bring millions of dollars, if only -- -- -- -
when he needs her most." '!planted to tubers twice a year.- -
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With these words Mrs. Mary Nor- Jacksonville Metropolis.
man, 27, of Philadelphia, and in per-
fect health, turns her back upon the I $8 Charleston and Return $8
world, and resigns herself to volun- I SIMPLY BREATHE ITThat's r
tary exile in a leper's Her two
camp.
i the Way You Use Hjornei, the
children she leaves to the mercies of .ari VIA
Safe Catarrh
Remedy
strangers. Her youth, her health, all The
I
must: ; jjed&ant, easiest, harm-
her natural desires to be free and to less, ana tae really sensiuie intauua .
enjoy the fullness of life like every for the cure of Catarrn is llyomei, i'fi 9 Clyde Line"First
other human being she buries as in a II which can be had from any arugglst. BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
tomb. She has seen her duty and she I Just put twenty drops of the liquid LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS 4 I
goes to do it, not as a martyr to the in the small innaler that comes with .
sacrifice, but as a lover to the tryst- I every complete inhaler that comes Effective from August 1, 1914 to August : Class, Meals and Berth Included
I j i with every complete outfit-then reduction
1,1915 and guaranteed against any
ing place. On her lips are words of ,breathe it. A few minutes' use al- ,t I -
sympathy for the husband, and during that time:
none i most instantly clears the head and !
of self pity for the terrible choice j i stops that annoying sniffling. Car $555.00Runabout This special rate good on any of the Company's
that fate has thrust upon her. I When using lIyomei every particle Touring steamers August 22nd to October ijth
How I of air that enters the breathing organs 505.00
many years will she live shutoff i' inclusive.
is charged with ,
from all mankind in that leper's I healing balsam that destroys an antiseptic he catarrh -, F. O. B. Orlando. All can fully equipped.

prison tending and consoling her poor j germs, stops the unclean discharges -: Further we will be able to obtain the.maximum efficiency Return Limit 10 Days
husband, watching his wasted body l from the nose, relieves the I in our factory production and the minimum coat in our
decay from day to day, yearning for i irritation and quickly heals the sore I purchasing and sales departments if.we r-ach an output of
filer children, and facing always the 'and inflamed tissues. The first day's 300.000 cars between the abort dales.And Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville {{every
reach this production we agree to pay as
use of should
Hyomei will show we
horrible possibility that she, too, may:improvement no matter how a distress-decided the buyer's share from $40 to $60 per car (on or about Tuesday Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.||
contract the loathsome disease. Ordi- :ing the trouble. I, August Ford car 1,1915)between to every August retail I. lilt buyer and mho Augu.t purchases 1. 1913.For a.new
nary speech can not describe the wo I Catarrh whi"h usually begins witha I I further particulars regarding these low prices.and profit.
man's conduct; ordinary standardsare neglected cold often becomes a sharing plan see For reservations and further particulars apply to
not sufficient by which to judgeit. very serious ailment, so don't wait -
1!but start F. G. RUSH,
using
Call her awful sacrifice heroismor ; llyomei today-it is
'inexpensive and McElroy's Pharmacy H. G. WENZEL Fla. Pass. Agent
,
sublime folly, one can not but feel I always sells it on the "No-cure-no- Phone 226 '
that the world is a better place now
pay" plan. I
\V. St. FLA.
that Mary Norman has lived in it.- I 122 Bay JACKSONVILLE,

Beaver Falls (Pa.) Tribune. i Get the news in the Sentinel first.!'> __


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Wonder Town of the High Ridge Section. The Farthest South in the Lake Region


The Coming Center of the Citrus Fruit Industry.We .


have Lots to sell for $100 each and upwards, depending on location, improvements, etc.


The price of our very best Citrus Fruit Farms is $50.00, $100 00 and $150.00 per acre, according :Ito lo- I

cation. Terms, one-fourth down, one-fourth each six months. 6 per cent. interest on deferred payments. *


Sebring is not quite three year's old; was located right in the forest, and yet today it has paved streets, cement walks, electric

lights, water works, modern hotel, WHITE WAY, bank, churches, school, newspaper, modern conveniences in homes and offices and

many business houses; ice plant, plaining mill, lumber yards and homes and brick blocks that would not be out of place in a large city.

The Ridge lies about 200 feet above sea level and is pretty sure of a breeze from the sea gulf much of the time. \\

Sebring is surrounded by several fresh clear, soft-water lakes, that are fairly alive with fish, and great bouncing big fellows, too,

( many of them are. The town is located on Lake Jackson, a most beautiful body of water, five miles long and three wide. round

t this lake, are many attractive building sites, which sooner or later will be occupied by good homes. 1

We invite you to call as soon as possible to gather more information, and go along with the, first

t jf partyjto leave Orlando first part of next month. j




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REPORT OF CITY CLERK I Sanitary Department =___ 1,8.13-I .-. 1627-E. F. Sperry, pay roll 223.35 walks 1 ........ .. o ... 204.40
Water and light __________ 1,429.73 I 1628-E. F. Sperry. sundries 8.45: -.. 1693-E. F. Sperry: pay roll 221.05 :
I 1694-M.. G. G.
Third Quarter, 1914 City Office expense _______ 1,005.62 WARRANTS DRAWN IV SEPTEMBER. 1J14 charity .......'..Randall.. . 3.001 i
Cemetery _______________ 258.95 1914. No. Amount. i 1693-So. Florida Sentinel

City of Orlando Orange County Charity _________________ 128.60 Sept.. 1-1629-E. F. Sperry. _!arT..S 125.00 .. Printing ............. .. 21.40 I II GRAND
FloridaTo Miscellaneous ____________ 71.80 .. 1630-H. C. Robertson sal. 100.00 I 1696-P. F. Laubach. hay :
1631-S. A. Johnson sal. .. 100.00 and salt .n..n.....-- 304.98
Salary account (Mayor, *. 1632-C. A. Boone sal. . 100.00 n 1697-I. G. Branham. frt.. .95 I
the Mayor and Commissioners, Commissioners, Trusteesand ., 1633-Carl Jansen. sal. . 100.04 1698 =E. F. Sperry .weeklypay I

City of Orlando Florida. City Solicitor) _____ 1,365.23 1634-R. M. Bennett, sal.. 90.00 : .. roll .. ... .. .. .. 205.75
__________ 1635-A. T. Scruggs sal. 65.00 i 1699-St. Bank. N. Y. dft.
Ge\tlemen-During the third Street cleaning 513.12 ..
quar- 1636-Wm. Dean sal. .. .. 100.00 .. int. on st. bends .. %..5010.73I
ter tff: this year the City Council held Sewerage advance account__ 935.50 .. 1637-Henry Quarterman. 60.00 I. 1700-Mrs. G. G. Randall. TO33A.Y

3C meetings, with a full board presentat Surface drainage _________ 1,333.96 .... 163 -Dr. P. P. Pillans. saL 20.00 charity .. .. . ...... 3.00 I
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each meeting with the exceptionof Donations _______________ 255.00 1639-Phillip Bunn. sal.__. 50.00 i. 1701-Jos. L. Guernsey. hdw. 2.65
1702 So. Florida
16-10-0. A. Mclntosh sal. 85.0O Foundry.
eight. Plumbing and Dairy Inspector 1641-Jim Barton sal. .. 75.00 s..g. adv ...... ... . 5.60
The assessment roll for 1914 took ____________________ 255.00 1642-Wm. Murphy sal 75.00 I 1703-B. M. Robinson rec
up the time of the Council for sev- Sanitary Dept. equipment_ 57.46 ... 1643-A. L. Wright, sal .. 75.00 .. deeds ....... .... .. 4.50 NOTICE !
when the roll and 186.60 1644-Fred Groves, sal... .. 75.00 I 1704-Reporter-Star. brick
eral and was Repairs improvements
meetings 1645-O. Con. Band. donat'n 40.00 bd. adv. .. .......... 6.65
and the date set for hear- Real estate ______________ 3.00 '
published 1646-W. H. Smith, sal. ... 100.00 .. pay roll ..... .. .. . 232.66
ing complaints, only 28 complaintswere Brick bond advances ______ 220.25 .". 1647-M. C. Broom sal... 75.00 I 1705-E. F. Sperry. weekly The Red Cross Benefit performancewhich
registered and a few of these Street Dept. equipment____ 881.83 1648-J. F. Bozarth sal.. .. 75.00: 170&: -So. Florida Foundry.. 59.34

were based on errors in the printingof Park lands ______________ 2,149.67 1649J. E. Carter sal. .. 62.00 1707-Mrs. G. G. Randall be held the House
1650-Tom Collins, sal. .. 20.00 I charity ... .. .. ... .. 3.00 was to at Opera
the list. Of the complaints regis- Street signs _____________ 164.75 1651-E. P. Hyer. sal. ... .. 11.55 1708-rF. D. Harvey & Co. 54.10
tered 21 were not allowed. White Way ______________ 89.31 1652-G. R. Ramsey sal... 20.20 I tomorrow night, will be held at the
The Council sitting as a Board of Sewer Inspectors (connec- .-. 1653-A. B. Herndon. sal... 13.15

Equalization raised the assessment on tions) _________________ 463.31 .. 1654-Chas.1655-Church Hilpert.Home"sal Hospital ...- 30.00 I FOR THIS WEEK Grand Theatre this evening.

several pieces of property and same Electric Inspector's equip- charity .. .... .. 29.00
were duly advertised and a date set ment __________________ 62.21 .... 1656-L. G. Branham frt.. 336.65 I Hunt the Place to Save Money
for hearing objections but not a sin- Sidewalks. Personal acct__ 150.00 1657-S. J. Sligh & Co., Fresh from the counry Eggs, per Everybody in town should be
filed. hay... ... .... .... ..... 72.00 pres-
gle objection was Furniture and fixtures ____ 15.20 .. doz., 35c.Keifer.
On September 1st the ordinance Plumbing Inspector's equip- 1658-Chattanooga Co. .. S. Pipe.. 462.60 Pears for cocking and ent at this performance and in this way

designating the streets to be paved: ment __________________ 5.13 .". 1659-0. W. & Light co. .. 1.00 pickles, 50c. peck. assist the thousands of widows and

with brick and the width of said pave- Bond interests ___________ 2,508.75Total .. 1660-0. Telephone Co......... 3.83 Apples of the best, 20c. to 25c doz. or-

ment was adopted, and the paving is .. 1661 1662-Fergua-Estes Pharmacy& Rogers, repairs 3.90 Peaches of the finest, 30c. per doz. phans that are suffering as the result of

now in progress. __________________$21,510.84 ............ ...... 6.50 Grapes, Grapes, Grapes, 25c. basket.
The contract with F. D. IIarvey & .". 1663-J. B. Lawton prtg.. 3.00 { Tomatoes, the best Maryland stock, the great European conflict.
1664-F. Jos. Raehn Plumb.
Co. installation of the
for the sewer Respectfully submitted, and H. Co.. repairs ....... 60.17 8c. per Ib.Bananas.
system was completed during this CARL JANSEN City Clerk. "* 1665-Merck's: Pharmacy. the finest 20c. doz.
quarter and the system accepted by .. h. med. ...... . .. .. .. 4.05 I, Florida Bananas, lOc., doz.per The Concert will be given by local
the City Council. WARRANTS DRAWN IN MONTH OF .. 1666-Davis & Hyer. rent.. 20.00 per -
The movement to establish a Boardof JULY 1914 .. 1667-West. Union TeL Co. .25 I Oranges. Grapefruit, and fruit of talent assisted by the

Health for the city and the estab- 1814. No. Amount. 1668-J. W. Richardson repairs all kinds. Visit the little store and be
..n... .......... 6.00
lishment of said board on the 8th day July.. 1-1482-E. F. Sperry salary..! 125.00 1669-Mrs. A. B. Whitman. convinced, as quality and prices will

of September on the recommendationof 1484 1483-H.-S. A.C. Johnson Robertson,sal.sal.... 190.00 100.00 .. parks ...... ... ... .... 200.00 make you call again. GRAND ORCHESTRAThe

the City Physician was another important 1485-a A. Boone. sal.... 100.00 .. 16.0-E.1671-M. F. Sperry. pay roll 224.77 THE ORLANDO SPECIALTY CO.
C. Broom feeding
step of the city government. 1486--Carl Jansen sal.... 100.00 prisoners ...... .. ... .. 12.00 109 W. Church Street
During this quarter a deed from 1487-W. H. Smith sal. ... 100.00 .. 1672-Warman's Rep. Shop. 107tfIf

Mr. James L. Giles was executed -" 1489--J.1488-M. F.C.Bozarth.Broom sal.sal....... 75.00 5.00 .. repairs ... .. ... ... .. 3.40 "Lymans Twins"the

transferring to the city that part of .". 1490-D. J. Spell donation.. 75.00 1673-H.hire ..G.....Harper.... ....team.... 18.00 you have subscribed for the Sen-
his lying north of Lucerne 1491-R. M. Bennett sal. 90.00 "
property .. 1674-Curtis &: O'Neal books 1.00 well known comedians will make
1492-A. T. ScriiBK sal. 65.00 tinel and are not receiving
Circle thereby giving the city rightto 1675-J. A. Lashbrook. team your pa-
1493-Wm. Dean, eaL..... 100.00 hire .. ... ....... ... ..... 13.50
the lake front, and it is expectedthat ". 1494-Henry Quarterman.. 60.00 1676-W. S. Branch office per, you will do a favor by notifyingus their appearance, thus assuring exceptional -

other owners holding lake frontson *" 1495Dr. P. P. Pillans. saL... 10.00 fixtures .. .... ... ...... 19.65 at once. and
1496-Phillip Bunn. sal 50.00 amusement entertainment.Help
Lake Lucerne would make similar .. 1677--O. Elec. Sup. Co, re- .
transfer so that this lake could be 1498-W.1497-O. A.M. McIntosh Murphy sal.sal..... 75.00 7.50 .. pairs ....... ... . .. 1.50 I '
included in the city park system. 1499-0. C. Band donation 40.00 .. 16.8-R. L. Holland repairs 23.09
.. 1679--F. E. Richards 6.25 a most worthy by being
... reps. cause
The Clerk during this quarter has 1500-J. H. McLeod. sal. 75.00 1680-A. C.

issued 3 dog licenses, and 32 permitsto "" 1502-Edw.1501-G. R. Donahue Ramsey sal.. ........ 150.00 50.00 .* shoeing ..Christopher......... ... 3.75 The Ca'hjiral School present at this performance.
the Water and Light company, and .* ._. .. 1681-Jos. Bumby Hdw. Co.,
1503W. A. Edwards 75.00
.. ... .... ...
the Telephone company for permis- 150-l-A. U Wright' ...... 75.00 mdse. .... 6.85
sion to streets for new work and 1505-J. H. Barton . .. 73.00: .. 1682-W. E. Long team hire 18.00 FLORIDA
open 1683-Stenberg & Ohse. shoe ORLANDO Admission 25c Admission 25c
repairs; beside these permits the 1506-E. F. Sperry misc. ing ...__. .. .. .. 4.00
exp. ................... 11.70 (Formerly known as Pell.Clark School)
Plumbing Inspector's office has issued .... 1684-Macbeth-Ena. Globe
1507-J. E. Carter sal. 22..w Co.. globes .... ..... 3.33
for connections the ....
permits 484 to 1508-Tom Gollins. sal 20.00 REOPENS OCTOBERA
The Grand will have its
1685--Young'
.. Rep. Shop. usual mati-
1509--0.! W. & Light Co. 2.092.23
sewer. repairs ... .. ... ... .... 6.15
During the quarter building per. .. 1510-E. F. Sperry p...roiL... 169.32 1686-Pierce: Elec, Co., bat- Boarding and Day School for Girls- nee at Five and Ten Cents.
mits for new buildings and additionsto 1511-J08.1512-Helms Guernsey Hdw. Co...... 37.64 35.55 teries .................. 2.30 Regular and Special Course*-Primary.
Grad.-
1687-W. E. & F. D. Gore.sidewalks Intermediate and Academic
the amount of $89,885.00 has been 1513-Young's Rep. Shop.. .50
CultureDomr.tic
.... ... 19.50 Muaic-Art-Elocution-Physical
1514-F. Langenbach .. ... .45 .. rep.
issued by the Clerk. Situationand
1688-A. L. Beck Lbr. Co.. SdrncAdmir.ble
...
174 warrants have been sworn out 1515-0.1516-0. W.Novelty& L.Wks.Co.. . 2.88 1.00 brick bond adv. . . 33.05 Surrounding*.-Climate Healthful
by the police officers and by private ..... "* 1689-McElroy Pharmacy Ca.-rful Home Life-Capable Teacher
1517-Pierce Elec. Co
.70
** 5.30 med. 0_ . .. 0 . 2.50 Low Rate TOMORROW."Lost
citizens. 173 cases were tried in theMayor's 1518-Warman's Rep. Shop. .
** 1690-Standard Oil GK. oil. 9.25
..,
1519-Hammond & Gore 5.501520Joe.
Court. In 142 cases fines 1691-A. J. Wall plumbing Key. Roderick P. Cobb. Bishop Mann.

were imposed; in 13 cases cash bonds 1521-M. C.Bumby Broom Hdw.. ...Co.... 36.66 11.00 .. insp ... .... .. ... 6.13 Rector. President, _
forfeited and 18 cases dis- 1522 L. C. salary.. 100.00I 1692-R. M. Carroll side- "
.were ; were Massey ... I in Mid-Ocean
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missed untried.Of 91-V fi rtilolrwtrtk, ..1 :::
1 case remaining --- .
; ary. trustee .:. ::: 200.00 -- ,
the 173 cases tried, 62 were for
** 15240. Telephone Co.. 4.23
violation of the traffic ordinance, 50 1525-Stenberg & Ohse . 9.00 That three
Vitagraph special'in
for fighting, 45 for drunkenness, 1 for July. 7-1526-W. Union Tel. Co.. 3.14 parts
carrying concealed weapon, 1 for 1527-T. W. Mathews ... 0 17.00 and two other good pictures. No advancein

cruelty to animal, and 14 for miscel- -- 1529 1528--Thos.B. M. S.Robinson Abernethy.. .. 6.01 1.00 Orlando Paint and Wall! P Paper LO.

laneous violation of ordinances.The 1530-M. O. Dovell . .. 1.95 o prices.WHERE .
following amounts were re- 1531-R. L. Holland . 57.60
ceived by the City Clerk and paid to 1532W. S. Branch ..... 4.85
Has 10.00
1533-Church Home &
the City Treasurer: 1534-Ralph Imbrionard Co. 108.00 High Grade Paints, Oils, Var-
..
Mayor's Court 1535-Macy Wagon Co. ... 0 45.00July AGENTS FOR
Fines and forfeitures____$ 925.00 8-1536-0. Volunteer Fire Co. 60.00 t nishes, Kalsomine, Wall Pa-
July 11-1537-Carl Jansen weeklypay Palfon's Sun Proof SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ?
Sanitary roll . 0 . 158.54 Paper, Wall Board, Roofing -
Bucket tax __$ 486.65 July.. 14-1538-Rosa Scott . . 3.00 Paints Brushes Etc.
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1539 Dillon Thomson clay. 150.00 FLORIDA STATE
Cesspools ___ 75.00 COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

Penalties ___ 51.00 1340: -,J.trustee T. Hendricks.. .. .. .salary .- 87.09 y SOLD AT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Orange Ave. I FOR WOMEN I "
Dead horse__ 2.00614.65 1541-W. M. Davis rent. .. 20.00 THE SUN GAINESVILLE'i

Cemetery ________________ 249.00 1542-JOB. L. Guernsey.... 1,945.00Muswlwhite ORLANDO, FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE.College i

Dog tax _________________ 5.00 ( warrant for ., of Art and Sciences;Normal School: I -

Impounding ____________ 15.50 July 15-1543 park-So.land.....a.less Sentinel.due.) .... 63.08 School of Music: School of Expression; i iI
Tax certificates with City July 18-1544 -Carl Jansen weeklypay Special Wall Paper 3000 Rolls at 5c. J School of Art; Extension, Division Graduate I 8 Colleges and Division; Liberal Arts:

Attorney ______________ 472.82 roll ....... . ... 186.30 School; basket: Modern ball Gymnasium and tennis courts with swimmingpool and .. Law; Engineering; Agriculture: Teacher
;new College, Experiment Station Extension Di-
;
July 22-1545 -S. D. Lindsay signposts
Plumbing Inspector's office ... .. . .. .. 178.75 . . . & . . modern buildings: beautiful campus; dormi- vision; Graduate SchooL Ten new brick build-
(plumbing department)__ 450.75 July 25-1546-Carl Jansen. weeklypay ___ ___ tories have all modern conveniences; new ings besides gymnasium swimming pool and
Plumbing Inspector's office roll .. .. .. . 213.08 dining room and kitchen most hygienic in many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers instructors
.. Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 counties and assistants. 354
( department) ____ 523.00 1547-Columbus Sweat 141.00 young Men
sewer 1548-W. E. Long ...... .. 3.00 and 12 states last session. Florida counties) and 24 State and
Electrical Inspector's office 58.25 .* Austin-Western Road TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last session.

Road tax from. Orange Machinery Co. .. ... ... 43.00 School. Borrd acd entrance fees for the TUITION .FREE. Board and Entrance Fees
/ etr'tt' year $124.0< For catalogue write
County on account 1913 ** 1550-Frederick DisinfectingCo. 1132.50 per year. Write today for catalogue

tax -= _____________ 4,000.00 .. .... .. .. ... 178.20 yeurn EDWARD CONRADL President. A. A. MURPHREE. President.
1551-R S. Keyes, freight.. 31.29 ------
withdrawn --- --
Time deposits ( -

from banks and returnedto WARRANTS: DRAWN IN AUGUST 1S14 MCI .
the general fund)____ 9,000.00 ; .
1914. No. Amount
Bond Trustees from sewer Aug. 1-1552-E. F. Sperry. salary. 125.00 THE MARKETOf
funds for advances _____ 1,495.17 h 153-11. C. Robertson sal. 100.00 THE CHASE & CO
.
Bond Trustees from brick 155-1-8. A. Johnson sal. 100.00
.
1555-C. A. Boone. sal. 100.00
funds for advances _____ 265.48 1556-Carl Jansen. sal.. 100.00
Repairs and improvements h 1557-W. H. Smith sal.. .. 100.00 Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs
(from Mayor's Court for ". 1558-M. C. Broom sal 75.00
1559 J. F. Bozarth. sal. 75.00
destruction of public prop- .. 1560--J. E. Carter, sal.. 62.00 modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-

erty) __________________ 6.50 ".. 1561-Tom Collins sal. . 20.00 AND SALT MEATS date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the
Fire Department (sale of 1562-R. M. Bennett sal. 90.00

old hose, etc.) __________ 32.10 1563-A. T. Scruggs sal. .. 65.00 FISH AND GAME PROPER :
sal.. .. PACKING
1564 Wm. Dean 100.00
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City maps sold ___________ 10.50 1565-Henry Quarterman... 60.00
General interest account (int. 1566-Dr. P. P. Pillans. sal. 10.00 Kept under the best sanitary conditions. FIRST I AID TO
on time deposit, etc.)____ 169.50 ,- 1567-Phillip Bunn. sal. 50.00
__ 1568-0. A. McIntosh sal. 85.00 Everything screened away from the flies and kept freai. HIGP1EST PRICES
House rent ____________ 18.50 .. 1569-0. Concert Band 40.00
Street Department (rent of .
1570-C. A. Boone. sal. 39.45 and pure.
tools and work for private 1571-Wm. Murphy sal. 75.00 which, however, would not accomplish the end desiredby

property owners and Park "" 1572-J. Barton sal. ...... 75.00 We invite inspection and guarantee titi! faction. We ita't the grower, if he did not also have available the ser- i

Commission) ___________ 172.65 15.3-f"re Groves sal 13.31
7-1-G.: R. Ramsey sal 150.00 everything in the Meat Line. vices
City Tax Collector- 1575-W. A. Edwards sal. 75.00
Real and per- 1576-Chas. Hilpert. sal.. 30.00 ofTHE
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sonal tax ____$ 347.23 1577-A. B. Herndon salt 87.00 The PARLOR MARKET CHASE & CO
1578-Ed. Donahue, sal. 46.00
int. __ 30.97
Delinq. 1579-A. L. Wright : 69.00: ,

Occupation r____licenses __- 832.951,211.15 1580-E.roll F. .Sperry....... ..weeklypay .. .. 260.16 H. M. Self & Co. SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM j

1581-H. C. Robertson . 60.001582CoppedeDann
Total .. Co. 10.25 which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, expe- 1
amount received$19,695.52Paid 1583-A. L. Beck Lbr. Co. 4.96
in to the City Treas- ** 1584-Pierce Elec. Co.. . .60 PINE STREET rienced, competent and reliable. i

urer as per his receipts__ 19,696.52The 1585-M. C. Broom ... 8.60 j
Aug. 5-1586-Warman's Rep. Shop 9.40 GIVES THE GROWER
** 1587-F. Langenbach ... .40 Phone No. 80
1588-Caplinger Elec. Co. 2.65 HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS J

City Treasurer reported .,. 15890. W. & Light Co. 1.00
a balance on hand Sep- .. 159O-Jos. L. Guernsey 0 2.55

tember 29th of _________$ 119.43 1592 1591-0.-J. B.Telephone Lawton Co.. ... ...... 3.83 6.00 CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED j
The City Clerk also held a .. 1593-F. Jos. Raehn Plumb. GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTSCIS

time deposit for $3,000.00with & Heating Co. .. ..... . 3.05

$77.00 accrued making interest____:___of_ 3,077.00The -.... 1595 1596 1594-Young's--Estes\V. S. Pharmacy Branch Rep. Shop... ...... ..0 3.90 1.45.75 1 HUNS COLLEGE inlet Park ji S..l &: CO.,

of the Park "
Secretary .. 1597-Jos. Bumby Hdw. Co. 104.80 ,
Commission reported a 1598-H. & W. B. Drew Co. 21.70
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1'' Main: Office Jacksonville FloridaA.
1599-The Studebaker Corp. 660.13 ,
balance hand of _____ 100.50
on 1600-Davis & flyer ". 20.00 Oldest College and Most Beautiful Grounds in Florida : R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. ; ;
Aug... 6-1601-Gulf Refining Co.. 5.50
Making a total cash balanceon 1602-J. A. Lashbrook . 28.80 9-30-d&w
hand October 1, 1914._$ 3,296.93 ".. 1603-R. L. Holland .. 60.98 College, Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Do- ,

1604-Standard Oil Co. o. 3.S8 mestic and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Course. It 1.,11 III I I I II IIIIII I t I I III IIII I IIII1 ..
1605-Stenberg & Ohse . 1.50
Aug... 7.-1606--Postal Telegraph Co. 1.71 Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection u____ __ _
The following warrants numbered 1607-P. F. Laubach . 1.50
from 1482 to 1708 inclusive, drawn Aug. 8-1608-E. F. Sperry weeklypay fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dol- 1IIIil.IDJIIIIII.CIIIIIIIIIIIIII.I.III..I.IIIIIII. r

by the City Clerk ,against the fundsin roll ... .. .. . 0 274.60 lar endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ,
Aug. 13-1609--W. R. O'Neal. P. M. 42.48:
the hands of the Treasurer by Aug. 15-1610-E. F. Sperry. weeklypay a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new .South Apopka Nurseries.

order of the City Council, amountedto .. roll .... . . 254.80 rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New .
1611-Henry H. Yowell 12.50
$21,510.84, as follows .. .0"
: 1612-Curtis & O'Neal .. 38.90 chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every % All the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange ; ;

July __ __ _____________$ 8,329.04 Aug. 17-1613-Kelly-Springfield Road modern device of soils fertilizers foods water.
Roller Co. .. . 0 7.50 ; analysis ; Trees, thrifty, well-rooted and clear of all diseases.
August __ ________ 5,950.20
Aog. '
19--1614-E.
u S. Keyes. freight. 156.61 Preparation fbr engineering course.
September 7,231.60 1615:-Macbeth-Evans Glass i New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family

n-- Co. . .. . . 13.23 Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, FREE. Address i

Total __ __--_________$21,510.84 Aug... 20-1616 1617-Hamilton-Rep.-Star Johnson Pub. Co..0.. 104.00Aug. 30.00 4 Christian, but undenominational; expenses ir

... 22-1618 So. Fla. Sentinel . 182.47 Scholarships available. For catalogue address
1619 -E. F. Sperry pay roll 235.45 .South Apopka Nurseries. '
The amounts of above warrantswere Aug. 24 -1620--E. S. Keyes. agt. frt.. 4.05 : .. .. -
Aug... 26-1621-P. F. Laubach. hay. 38.85 WILLIAM FREMONT BLACK moderate."i'l"i'l
distributed to the several accounts 1622--R.t.. Carroll. side- I .
as follows: walk laid for Kinsley 0 150.00 OCOEE, FLORIDA 1

Streets and sidewalks ____.$ 2,884.07Fire Aug.Aug... 27 Z8--1624--H.1623So. C.Fla.Robertson Foundry. .. 29.05 9.85 1''t Ph. D. LL. D.. President. i 9-4-tf : ::
: Department ___ 1,323.72
-n 1625P.. F. Laubach . 531.25
Police Department ____n__ 949.44 Aug. 29--1626: -.... D. Harvey . 350.00 ." ' II" IC .1111111. .11. 11" II II U L j U 1 It II II II U u u .
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South Florida SentinelMORNING 1 JiW.C.T.U. COLUMN :I AT GRAND TONIGHT DINNER I I
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AND WEEKLY I II : I The concert for the Red Cross ben- Yesterday evening the Young Presbyters -

JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner Edited Mrs. J. Pedrick, J ;I efit, scheduled for the opera house of the Presbyterian Sunday 1 f
tomorrow: night, will take place at ; school assembled in their class room
---I Press ReporterMIMiitaiMMIMIItMM f
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida I I the Grand theater this evening, and 'and enjoyed a delicious dinner. Following -
as Second Class Mail Matter. I an admission fee of 25 cents will be I I the repast, which was:: thoroughly fAll INDICATIONS I !

SUBSCRIPTION RATES The W. C. T. U. will hold business charged. Local talent will give the I j enjoyed, interesting talks 'H
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $:i.OQ u
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.50 meeting in the ladies' parlor of the [concert and will be assisted by the were made by Messrs. George Dolive,
Daily. 3 Months ....._................ 1.25 Methodist church the first Grand orchestra. Those well known I Kirby Douglas, Read and N. P. Yow-
Daily. 1 Month ....................... 59. on Fridayin '
each month. The third Friday will comedians the "Lyman Twins," will ell. The speakers outlined the aims
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... 11.00 I
weekly 6 Months .................... 75 be social meeting or program day. contribute to the merriment of the and purposes of the class and expressed 'E-ery dadraws us nearer
The executive committee met Fri- program and an overflow crowd is ex the hope that it would growin to our Stock"Completion.. Day
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IX day last and planned work for the en- pected. numbers and in its influence for by day we are receiving ship-

tire year, appointed superintendentsfor The money derived from this per- good. Several guests of the Young ments for every department-
ADVERTISERS: departments, which number more formance is going to a worthy cause Presbyters enjoyed the hospitality of each day. sees our assortments
than forty. Names and addresses will -the relief of the distressed, wounded the evening, and the pleasant anair growing larger-getting more
Copy for display and all other hand-set
advertising mint be handed in at the buuneu be given later. widows and orphans resultingfrom was concluded at ten o'clock. comprehensive and decidedly
.!iie* .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p.' m. "
the day before publication. This rule applies The Sentinel and ReporterStarhave the European war-will add a more interestin
to hancea for contract adv.rtbu.,; it ia given us space in their papers. touch of interest to a good cause and NEW ACCOMMODATIONS FOR
invariable and will be strictly adhered to.
We appreciate this very much and those enjoying the entertainment SINNERS:: ARRIVE
Subscribers desiring The Seentinel discontinued will from time to time give items of knowthat they have helped an unfortunate -I _
should notify the office in writing on
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be interest concerning our work. in distress. I There's another place in Orange
continued at the regular subscription rates. The Grand will give its usual afternoon 'county now to "go and sin n? more."
until notice to atop is received.
Since the Yost prohibition law went !i matinee, but has generously dispensed A big steel cage arrived yesterdayover
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 21, 1914. into effect inVest Virginia for the :j with its night performance to the Atlantic Coast Line to be
first time in the history of the state!' give the benefit concert the use of used to house the convicts on the

It ought to satisfy Villa to make a grand jury has adjourned without i the house. 'county roads. The new cage has accommodations -
Villareal president. finding a single offense worthy of indictment t for sixteen persons
o says Fred O. Blue, tax com- $-100 APPROPRIATED FOR FAIR and it appears so secure there will be
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There is always a wrong side to a : missioner of the state. ASSOCIATION BY CITY i no chance to escape and sin some
S sIn j more. It is screened and looks fairly
question as well as your side.
-0---- I' common with France, England, Four hundred dollars was appropriated comfortable, as comfort goes in such Fall Sweaters

Both teams are trying to make a Germany, and Russia, Canada is pro- j by the city council yesterday structures. The cage came from the
tecting the soldiers from the evil effects -j afternoon to the Orange County Fair manufacturers at Darien, Ga.
run around Ost-end, but the Germans The trend of the monde indi-
of liquor drinking. At Camp Association and this sum will be expended -
have the ball. cates in a marked degree
Valcartier, where were encamped the in promotion and preparation DEATH OF MR. G. T. MARRINER very
o I for the mid-winter in Feb- the popularity of these extremely -
32,000 soldiers of the army before exposition
A club-foot is a misfortune, a hair-
lip is a calamity, but whiskers are a they sailed from England, all but soft ruary. The city and county annually :ilr.: G. Marriner, an old and useful garments. \Ve antic-
man's'own fault. drinks were strictly prohibited. make an appropriation for the fair, highly respected citizen of Gabriella, ipated this and placed our or-

o the county having some time ago appropriated died at his home there yesterday ders in such a manner that our

Some men have greatness thrust Plant City Dry.-At this writing, seven hundred dollars. morning at 4:30 o'clock. The body assortment includes all the new-
upon them-by accidentally blunder October 10th, Plant City is dry, with The park commission also receivedan will be brought to Orlando and laid
ing into a film. the prediction of those who are on appropriation of $100, which will to rest in the city cemtery at some : est makes, weaves, colorings
o the inside that more drought is to be Igo into the park fund for the improvement hour tomorrow not yet announced.A and effects that will be to the

Czar Nick has hit one deadly blow. expected. The record for the six of the parks of the city. fore this coming season.Ladies' .

lie has withdrawn all those Russian days of the closing of the saloons is "proxy subscriber" is one who

: titles conferred upon Germans, and only one drunk. Let us suggest that You can help the Sentinel most by refuses to take the paper himself,
K that ought to end the war.0 with such improved conditions, Plant patronizing Sentinel advertisers. but borrows his neighbor's to read.
City shall keep the lid on. Shoes
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i open season
One cannot improve the
for game in Florida, and deer, quail TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB upon
and turkey will meet about the same best and we have the best make

i fate as Belgium. The Twentieth Century Club will A Rare OpportunityThe of shoes in carrying the famous

t; 0i meet at the home of Mrs. S. E. Ives, makes of J. and T. Cousins-

i: Next year, or possibly the year Sr., Wednesday, October 21st, at 3 Crawford home place at No. 108 America Krippendorf and Dilman. Our
f after that, it will be interesting to p. m. The club will read the second
street must be sold at once. The lot has a frontage New Fall Stock is all in and wor-
visit the places where Belgian cities act of Macbeth, and disc-iss current
tl uster was. events. of 83 feset and 333 feet deep. The house contains thy of the most critical exami-

f 0f six rooms, but is not modern in appointments nation.
Grandfathers may not have to tell II. Kanner's great sale continues
f though it could easily be made so. I have the ex- i
E about the battle of Aisne. The grand- until November 1st. 11-tf
[ kids will probably find it continued in - clusive handling of this property and am preparedto
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f the daily papers. It's already broken 11111111111111111"11111'i offer you a GREAT BARGAIN. Remember, it Men's Department
l all records for duration.
MUST BE SOLD, so see me at once interested.
(( o i T. F. IIOURIH \N \Ve carry the famous \Ian-

The Frenchman faces shell and ball, 1 hattan" Shirts too well known
In pants as red as flame; Licensed Plumber and
to eulogize upon-just a word to
r The Scotchman wears no pants at all, I Sanitary Engineer
But he gets there just the same. Estimates Furnished. Jobbing let you know however that our
-New York Mail.If I Tfc-r.-t. ; Attended to. S. Y. WAY :\ Fall Styles and New Col-

r o [ PHONE 629 orings and combination are I Ilen8

you don't believe people are com- j 106 Court Street Insurance and Real Estate Agent right here in the store and that

ing to Orlando by the hundreds, inspect I FLORIDA every taste can be satisfied.I I:
the registers of the many ho- | ORLANDO -
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tels. They are coming from every 4-jllm f PHONE 172

state in the Union and many of them i Mll t* < !

are coming here to locate. 1- ____ "

Q 11111111I Dil' t. I I t 11111 1111111 ,1,11,1"1,111",1,11t Men's Neckwear
Inasmuch as there has to be a war,

; why not give us a decisive victory t Gum Camphor \Ve have no hesitation in say-
somewhere ? could S.9fo2aBuy
every day They
$ ing that our collection is the best
take turn about end nobody would be t :
have
we -shown.
\Ve
ever have
the loser in the long run, except the t""
We sell
made in Orlando. it. Pa-
: :
poor suckers who are getting killed 6i1 studied New York's caprice in

F, anyway. I this so closely that our offer-
PHARMACY tronize home industry.
o ings are identical to those
For a youngster the Bradentown shown
by the
Evening Journal is about as healthy tiCtllllMI. D I U) It. 111111111111 11111111111111111. 111111 1111111111 I I1III M+K-t most exclusive
Haberdashers there and
looking as they are born. This latest they
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are to here.
us
addition to the dailies of Florida is

the same size as the Sentinel and is
filled with live news, both local and i
i
telegraph, and the advertising columns -

show that Bradentown is a Men's Footwear
first class little city. "CARVEL"The

o The names of Johnston and

the The presence Orlando of Sentinel"mashers"complains on the of Solid Gold Howard Watch at $55. Murphy and C. H. Alden are

streets of that city who insult ladies household words to men who

with their remarks and attentions, Your alert, forward-looking men are strong for the Howard study style, comfort and price.

and from the tone of the article we "Carvel.! See our new Fall Styles. They
should say that .there will be some- will please 'ou.

thing doing in Orlando pretty soon In design and finish an achievement in the fine arts-the
unless the evil is abated. The most
detestable creature on earth is the "Carvel"! is having a unique success.In .

fellow who "gangs" with others of
his kind on the streets and makes the 16-size it is perhaps the most compact watch made-

ladies passing along the subject of his and the 12-size "Carvel"! is actually thinner by one and one-third

indecent remarks and coarse, suggestive millimeters than the regular 12-size extra-thin Howard. -
ribald laughter and vile innuendo. ""t.

-Lakeland Telegram.The Cased in a 14K solid gold case of special design, and sellingat "

--0-- $55, the "Carvel"! is specially popular with men who have to
statement in the war dispatches -
declaring that the Belgians are make a degree of personal sacrifice for the sake of owning a

holding their own, might lead to the Howard Watch in solid gold. ,
inference that they never did own .

much. A watch that we want to show you, and you want to see.
With the opposition of practicallyevery

newspaper in the state, the effort -
of the Florida Panama-Pacific DICKSONIVESDEPARTMENTAL CO.

exposition commission to raise even a
few thousand dollars for a state exhibit -
was foredoomed to failure. The THE H

pewter dollars did not sell, and it is
better so. No exhibit Florida can STORE
transport thousands of miles to San JEWELER

Francisco can favorably compare with
the California exhibit, not because we ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
have not the material but because it Orlando Orange Avenue Florida0" :

would deteriorate en route, while Cal- I :
,
ifornia will be able to renew her exhibit j

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Mr. W. P. Chambers, the traveling 111111111111'1111111111' BARR-OSTEEN -'sU

commercial representative of the IoI __ AJLAllen's ::[

Pittsburg Plate Glass company is in jjFAVORTE THEATRE ; ; Miss Marjorie Barr daughter of IF' 51r
TilE
TUNEROSLAXDO.
) Orlando today. Mr. and Mrs. George T. Barr of this

FLA. I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I city, was married Sunday to Mr. W. I n Fruit
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. who Picking
Long have Admission 5 cents T. Osteen at Greenville, S. C. The j Bag n

been visiting points of interest in happy couple arrived in Orlando yes I PATENTED
North Carolina and Tennessee since
Mr. E. II. McNeill left yesterday terday afternoon on the Tampa Spe-
morning r for Jacksonville on a busi- the first of July are expected home MMMMItMMIMMMIMMTODAY'S cial and will spend several days with U Fifth Year on the Market U
PROGRAM:
ness trip. the latter part of the week. Mr. the bride's parents at their home on

Long's many friends in Orlando will Four Big Reels Lake Dot. I I

Just received a fine line of that"Punjab" be pleased to learn that he has been Victor. "The Daughter of a Crook." No Drop--.No BruiseVe are offering this sea-
very much benefited by his outing. A drama in three parts. Produced by
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY son by tar the best
Percale for shirts etc., at Edward Warren. picking ;

Boardman's. Only 12 l-2c 2-23 Victor. "The Slavery Romance." D i p'-M ; b adethao* has ever been i
Mrs. W. P. Edwards after a visit A comedy drama, by Robert Good- STENOGRAPHER Young lady sten- ;
of ten days in Orlando, as the guestof man. ographer would like permanent ,
po- .
Dr. J. B. Jones, of Los Angeles, i
sition. Can furnish the best '
of
Mrs. Stringer, returned Saturday ref
Cal., was the arrivals at the Even better than lastyear's
among erences. Address S., care Sentinel. ;
afternoon, accompanied by her sister Over fifty arrivals registered at the 10-21-3t j i ffi
Orland hotel yesterday.Mr. heavier
bag
,
I Miss Bertha Christian. Mrs. Edwards, San Juan hotel yesterday and last I canvas !
I '
who has not been at all well is great- night. WANTED-Housekeeping rooms : aud bound all arouud frame '
or
John
Homell of Gulfport, !
ly improved and for the present is small furnished house, by couple. with webbing to prevent
Miss., was among the arrivals at the Mr. W. J. Edwards, of Ocala, fruit without children. Residents i k
not tour- j
:
spending a while with her parents *, chafing through the best
_
Orland hotel last evening. inspector for this district, ists. Would rent by year if suited. f
spent yesterday '
Dr. and Mrs. M. T. W. Christian
at Must be reasonable and close in. shoulder straps.snaps, etc.,

Eiffel Hosiery all styles and col- Oakhurst.-Ocala Star. the fruit in situation.Mr. this section. looking over dress, Box 3, city. 10-2 Ado"" 1 that we could buy. ,

ors at Boardman's Store of Satisfac-
Mr. Worthington Blackman, son of FOR RENT OR SALE-Twenty-one i Our bags are used extensively -
tion. 21-23 Albert A. Moyer, a well known room house, suitable for boarding
!
President W. F. Blackman of Rollins
commission merchant of Philadelphia, house. Three buggies, boat and wagon by the Florida

Mr. C. C. Carlton, a well known college, opened his law office yester- Pa., was among the arrivals at the for sale. Apply 309 West Central s Citrus Exchange and a
day morning in the Yowell-Duck- avenue. Phone 294. 10-21-6t
orange buyer of Plant City is in the San Juan last night. ; host of independent grow-
'I. worth building. Mr. Blackman is a
city today registered at the Orland.
ers.
1'A
graduate of Rollins college and Mr. C. Ed. Carmichael a prominent RUMMAGE SALE 1 ; Fa

studied law at the University of flor- business man of Ocala, and chairmanof :_
When you need fall and winter underwear The ladies of the First Baptist We can ship in any
ida. He has a great friends in the board of quan-
many county commissioners. church
Mrs. Dunaway's division,
will
go to Boardman's Store of
tity same order is
day
Orange county who will wish him of Marion county, is in Orlando today give a rummage sale, in the room re
Satisfaction.
Best goods, lowest success in his chosen profession. registered at the San Juan. formerly] occupied by the Hamilton- ll Patented. eeived.
prices. 21-23 Dunn millinery, on Friday and Saturday -

I Constable D. E. Jernigan is in Mr. Wilbur McCoy, industrial agentof October 23rd and 24th. Any do-
Mr. Charley Bozart son of Mr. and t pos- nations may be given to Mrs. Duna- Price $1.50 Each or $18.00 per Dozen
I session of a bundle containing three the Atlantic Coast Line, with head- way, Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. Chas.
Mrs. J. F. Bozart, left for
yesterday
'I( cow hides which he secured at the quarters in Jacksonville, is spending Phillips. 10213tMtitiMHIMMIMIIMiM
Graysville Tenn., where he will F.O.B. Orlando.
en'i Atlantic Coast Line station. The today in Orlando, a guest at the San ----- n n
ter the Southern Training school. I
;
marks and brands on the hides have Juan.

I never been recorded, as required by I '
Just opened, nice line of Ladies' law and there is in the Olivet Commandery No. 4 will have
a suspicion ALLEN
G.G
Suits and Coats, at prices below I CO.
work McCULLOCH'SDepartment
way mind of the officer that possibly the Thursday night in the Red Cross I

the usual price for such goods, atBoardman's. ; owner was trying to ship them with- rank at Castle HaIl, and a numberof ,

21-23 i out recording, and this suspicion is visitors are expected from Kissimmee -

I j strengthened by the fact that no one and Sanford.A ORLANDO FLA.
!
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bentley returned Store ,
i I has claimed the hides.
;yesterday afternoon from Cairo big crowd saw the "Perils of

IlL, and are again occupying their Pauline" yesterday at the Grand thea-
pretty home on Amelia avenue. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Ellerbe, of Orlando ter at both matinee and evening performances OC= .CD
;i expect to move to this city to
and the hair-breadth escapes Jelly Tumblers i
If you need Shoes, remember that 1 make it their future home. Mr. El- of Pauline brought exclama- : ... 1111 M 1111 )........1..111I 1111111111111.11111.11111. II

Boardman sells only reliable shoes. lerbe will have charge of the Gulf tions of surprise and amazement from

All styles all leathers. School shoes 'i Refining company plant in this city the audience.A Fruit Jars $ -
f
for children a specialty. 21-23 and will start an aggressive campaign 1 Jou/ : 711 $ wft4tijOUR

j in the interests of this com- traveling man said to a repre- !

Special This Week-Extra fine I pany here. Mrs. Ellerbe is the daughter sentative of the Sentinel at the depot all kinds

York Imperial Apples, $3.50 a barrel of Hon. J. M. Cheney of Orlando yesterday: "Do you know that you NEW GROCERYIs

or 40 cents a peck. Yowell-Duck- | and has many friends in this city who have the best hotels in Orlando than

worth Company. 20-2t 1: will give them a warm welcome to any other place that I know of in the

Sanford.-Sanford Herald. state?" That's the way they are all the largest and finest in the city, Our

Mrs. L. R. Pegford wife of the I, talking nowadays._ PreservinR KettlesSouth stock is of the best quality. Our prices

chief clerk in the freight departmentof I The Cathedral school dancing class I reasonable.
The way fora merchant to get
the Atlantic Coast Line in this i opened Monday evening in the Cluett '
business is to let the people know
city is expected to arrive in Orlando i Hall auditorium. This class is conducted Orange Avenue ; ; PANSY PLANTSBy
what he has to sell. This is a day of
today from Wilmington N. C. by Hiss Hibbs and Miss Shep-
advertising and the wise merchant
I herd of the school faculty and is intended :++).1> 11111111111111111 r IIH dozen
gives much attention to this part of or hundred.
Messrs. E. W. Thomas of Starke primarily for the pupils of the -
his work. The advertising! end of a
and :Mr. J. T. Stanford of New Smyrna .I school who wish to be instructed in
business is important of
part
very
are spending today in the city. the art of dancing. However a few the work and the merchant who neg- VENEER CORESALL EASTER LILIES

They are registered at the Orland ho- 1 of the young people of the town, not
LENGTHS:: AND
lects it does so at his own loss. ANY
tel. connected with the school have been QUANTITY Plant the bulbs now. We have them

I invited to attend and to participatein The Mendelssohn Club held their Special prices for October. also Narcissus.

Sheriff L. II. Ingram of Osceola the lessons. On Monday evening first rehearsal of the season last nightat Stock up before cold weather.
FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
county and :Mr. J. J. Griffin, one of there were a number of the young the Presbyterian Sunday schoolroom Also

Kissimmee's prosperous and popular people present, all of whom expressed and the attendance of over fifty OAK WOOD

citizens were among the visitors to themselves as much pleased, and as members gave the club a most prom- Orlando Wood YardB. : : THE SANITARY, GROCERY
Orlando yesterday.Mr. the season progresses the class will ising outlook for the year's work. Mr.

no doubt be still further enlarged.One Forrest Carr, the director, has decided W. Kingsley Proprietor CARUTHERS & GORE

and Mrs. John Schnarr went to give "Hiawatha's Wedding PINE STREET AND R. R.
Telephone 344 Phone 200
down to Zolfo yesterday afternoonand of our well known citizens of Feast" as the first musical number 9-30

today they are attending the I Swedish birth has just received a I that the club will produce, and the i 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

farmers' and growers' picnic being long account from his sister of her excellent showing last night at the .1.111111111111 limit tlMilMMMMM II MIoetn '"

held there. troubles in Europe at the outbreak of first rehearsal greatly pleased the director -- ---- -
hostilities. She was at Vichy, France besides awakening the inter- I III 0 III 1-1111 I. II i 1'-111 -. -.. J' II Ie II '" ..11
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Mrs. E. Lane Mr. Ralph Lane Mr.i and had it not been for the kindness est and the enthusiasm of the mem-
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and Mrs. J. B. Ware and :Miss Minerva of Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt who hap- bers. The club is continually growing '

Ware arrived in Orlando yes- pened to be there it is hard ,to say and with the fine voices that are

terday afternoon from Vineland N. what she could have done to get backto in the Mendelssohn Club several ex-

J., and are making their headquartersat Sweden. Mrs. Vanderbilt took her ceptionally fine productions will be

the Orland hotel. right through to Paris in her auto- given.OSTEOPATHY.

mobile and then placed her in care of
-
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Thornton and j j the American consul, and after many

their attractive daughter, Miss Ma and various routes she at 'last reached

mie, returned to Orlando yesterday I her old home which must have looked I

afternoon on the Tampa Special from good to her. The vessel she was on DR. J. C .HOWELL

Brownsville, Pa. They also visited I was frequently stopped by British I '
Hours, 10-12 3-5. and by appointment
New York city and Philadelphia but 'cruisers to see that all was in order. I

are glad to be back in Orlando at |i It is certainly refreshing to find people No extra charge tor house treatment ,

their pretty home on East Jackson ,: willing to sacrifice their own comfort I Telephone connections *, .

street. (I to help the needy. I,Office ror. Orange and Central Area ',

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i I jPE'OPLE'SffWANTS[) BUYERS AND SELLERSI "umber Laths and Shiiig1esa

buy, sell, rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla.,
I over 30 years. Have handled over
MUNXIMAKERSNotice $20,000,000. Call and see me.
: .{ Lost."antrd.. For S tle. for 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.FOR .
Rent, etc.. for this CTI-mn. %5c. I.t t a* tar.
53c. for three day,. e- 'i : f.'r ra' w.-k. i r SALE
25 words or ICM. Money matt aceom.:..ny Established cash business. 208 South
the adTertuemenU for this column. a., no Orange Avenue '.
inS(rtien will be made on credit. Wright Realty and Seed Co. -
10-11-1w ORLANDO
FOR RENT
Rooms for light housekeeping; mod Who is your painter and decorator?
ern, up to date; furnished or unfurnished If you are satisfied keep the one you
; on Lucerne Circle; with garden have; if not phone W. T. Entrican,
fruit and flowers. See J. F. No. 636. 1-20-tf
Watkins. 921f II I I Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime

To be convinced of the producing
FOR RENT-One or two furnished I
with power of Sentinel want ads.-try one.
Our Officeis for sleeping light housekeeping rooms ;adjoining bath and rov ee.-' :n IMili:: : :: : ::: : : : : : : : : : : : : :: :: :::: :::; : :: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::* :::
tric light. 407 Osceola street.


Open FOR 10-18-3t RENT-Five new. Inquire room Hand's house, practically Fur-- GORDON'S' CARRIAGEAND : "'t7SIT-: s I

niture Store, Pine street. 10-20-lf -

FOR RENT-Furnished for lijht .
Coun- housekeeping, suite of large, pleasant BAGGAGE TRANSFER
Place City or
your I rooms; all modern conveniences; Important friendships result from the right introduction, and
try Property with us. also two nice sleeping rooms; private
family 10-18-6t; close in. 312 North Main St. L. T. HARRELL, Prop. the most important ones come through the right banking con-

If unable to call, we will Piano and Furniture
FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We

come to you.Watchful. garage; elegantly furnished; on Moving a Specialty invite to account with where inter-
Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. you open an us a personal

attention will 8-27-tf SE. Church St. PHONE 487
is taken in
est every depositor.ORLANDO .
be given to the interest ol For Sale
Three good young mules, well
our clients. broke. Call at one-half mile east of I

Lear Conway, Orlando.store, or address 10-20-1wk Wm. V. DressmakingMrs. BANK & TRUST CO.

R. S. Cohoon has
BUILDING &[LAND COII FOR SALE-By Clarence W. Rose.
ORLANDO resumed her dressmak-
308 North Main street, a Cote and IIII..II..t..l..
three lots. A 14-room house fur- ing and is now locatedin '111111111111111111111111111111'11111111111111111"11'.I.II.' . . .. .. ...
North Orange Avenue nished, both close in. Please inves-
Room Way building
investigate. 10-14-10t 4, ,
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PHONE 608 on Orange avenue, where . .IIII.II.IIIIIII..I..II. .' .. . . . . . .....
FOR SALE-14-room house fully she cordially invites all -
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL furnished, splendid location, price ladies
$5000, terms. Apply Alfred Hadley needing anythingin I
308 Magnolia Ave. 10-6-2w the wearing apparelline

FRED B. DALEC. FOR SALE-Or trade for real estate -' to call and see her.
H. BRYANT a five-passenger automobile in!
nice shape. Address No. 112 West'
DAVIS GILES. Counsel.F. Church street, city. 10-4-1m I

A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor. Our stock of
FOR SALE-One or both of a team Real Estate Bought! new
of black mares, weight 1100 and
1200. Good drivers, single or double.C. and Sold.
The Florida railroad commissionheld E. Enlow, Winter Park, Fla.

a hearing this week at Ocala, in 9-18-tf -------. Fall I
connection with the petition of the anClothingMade
FOR SALE-A No.1 saddle mare, City Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash ,
citizens of Ocala for the erection of a or buggy horse. Address, care and $1.00 per week buys a Lot
union station. It is desired to do Wright's, Box 567. 9-2-tf
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the away Atlantic with the Coast individual Line and stations he Sea-of FOR writer SALE-One in good u condition Underwood; one type-Bur- RENTS COLLECTED. by SCHLOSS BROS., is coming in jj i

board Air Line, both of which are rough's adding machine, used only
said to be ottally inadequate to han- two months, and one Reading stand- N. P. HATCHERORLANDO and anxious for
dle the business that is offered. The ard motorcycle, in good shape. Bar- we are you to see our +
gains on quick sale. Call or address,
commissioners decided that if they J. C. Sigler, Winter Park, Fla. ,FLORIDA f
should favor the erection of a union 10-9-tf Office at Pinehurst ParkP. New Styles, and high class tailoring. Best
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station they would not require the

date building for to the be reason commenced that the at an general early Fruit For and Sale-Silver Valencia late Cluster orange Grape buds. O. Box 281 10-8-lm place in the city to buy clothing. ,

Vigorous stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2
financial depression would not war- years old.9232m .
rant them in issuing such an order at H. C. McDANIEL.FOR .
this time. WJJD Wood WoodExcellent
SALE-Forty acres of fine
hammock land; eight in grove; the W. M. SLEMONS
The season for growing of small present crop of oranges will be from Core Pine Wood Supplied
crops is on, and everyone who pos- 750 to 1.000 boxes; 500 trees all told, ,
sibly can should be engaged in this ready for sE.tting-10 acres in lake, I in any quantity
one and quarter miles from Apopka. I .
most important of industries. If we Price, $5,000. Address W. II., Box I 888 M. ,M 80883*I.ttllllllllllll IIIIIIIII..I.lalall'l.t.' MCM5-a-a I..II..II.
are ever to get good prices for the 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf II D I1I111 Dill H..f lee. ,*I 0 I) **t I .C M+0'Of 3 I ;flS I HI It' fr.., "0 f 888888888888C8888888
SPECIAL PRICES OX FIVE
vegetables grown in this section, we
must produce enough stuff to induce I FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. STRANDS OR MORE I I 1M.III 1II1IIIIII III a f ; ( I J II r r e r J III 8 a *ftMt888i 8 88888 88 II )4+
I Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas- I" ''' 'I I 88888888888'' 1. I I I I I. "" I

buyers for this to reason come to everyone this section who, and en- tle.' 9-18-tf ;;; ; ;;;

gages in the trucking business is not FOR SALE-A good Roll Top ELDREDGE BARLOW ;; -
Olt W
only helping himself, but he is also Desk and Chair. Been used very lit : 'I
tle. Call W. C.
assisting his neighbor, who has a on Sherman, Rock Telephone 375
Building, opposite San Jua Hotel.
market made possible for him.-Ar- 10-8-tf
South Street, near A. C. L.
t cadia News. I
l FOR SALE Tracks
Second hand Chalmers car. Wright
Chas. G. Elliott, formerly head of Bros.' 9-1-1m
Cigar Store, Orange Ave.
t the drainage investigation of the department 10-11-1w
of the interior of the United

States, has been elected chief engineer MISCELLANEOUS Special Notice to
f of the Peach Creek drainage district -
E in DeSoto and Manatee counties.
Owners.
This is one of the largest drainage WANTED-Middle aged Northern Property ..

projects in Florida, and the territoryinvoh..ed woman wants position as house-
keeper or housework of any kind.
embraces about 46,000 acres. Call phone 459, or 408 Long St. 18-lt Watch '
Mr. S. H. Atha, of this firm, this Space

t has returned from four
Pensacola fishermen made a won- WANTED-Salesman and Col- just a
lector, apply to Singer Sewing Ma- month's trip through the north, i
derful haul of 12,000 pounds of mul- chine
Co., Orlando, Fla. 10-14-tf
; He vistied all the large citiesas
let in one catch a few days ago. The
fish were all caught in one drag of a FURNISHED ROOMS and board, for far west as Denver, Colorado,
six adults. Address Home and east Washington D. C.
Kentucky ,
large seine. It is said that this schoolof i
511 Palmer street, Orlando, Lake He met hundreds of prominentmen
1 mullet was the largest ever knownin Cherokee. 10-17-lm
who to Florida
coming
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Pensacola
bay, and the catch loaded -
down TWO FURNISHED ROOMS at 221 this winter, and many of them
several of the boats on the
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Robinson avenue, on Lake Eola. promised him to come to Or-
t. way to the fish market. 10-17-6t
lando.A I F

1 Will ; MALE STENO-BOOKKEEPER, seven great many will have moneyto
Smithwick, a twelve old I
year
years experience, desires posi- invest, so if you want to sell
t baseball fan of Pensacola, has wired tion in Orlando; can give A-l refer- your property you should list it
f Hank Gowdy of Boston that if he ences. Inquire Room 1, Tremont.
with us at once, as we will have
10-17-3t
r f. marries after the series, as has been the buyers. Kincaid Snowden i
e reported, he, Smithwick, will see that
WANTED FRESH COW giving ten
k his father gives to Gowdy a five acre to fourteen
quarts a day.Vrite or
i site for a home near Pensacola, provided call at Ward's store, Winter Park. Cooper Atha
; that the latter makes his winter 10-10-lw Low Priced Furniture House.
t home in that secion. The little fellow 114 South Orange Ave. Ground Floor I I
WANTED TO EXCHANGE a large
was a strong Boston rooter, and Shetland pony for a larger horse. Phone No. 311 Orlando FloridaMI888888l88888Ue
I Cor. Main and Pine Sts.
; wired his offer to Gowdy because of Reel's Steam Laundry, 814 N. Orange ; : ,
his appreciation of the famous pitch- avenue, or phone 654. 9-29-tf _
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er's good work. 'i & & I II I . t (. .;. . II J II . I U I r I ... 61 I r f I I II 1 ..
T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. U.C.V. Reunion

,: If you want your bicycle fixed in Phone Conscientious 629. 106 work Court at St.fair 8-23-tf prices. I Dudley Matthews .,, I I A. B. MOOREPlain

a hurry take it to Warman's Repair LAKELAND .

Shop. 12-5-tf. T. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. ) and Decorative Painting

Phone Conscientious 629. 106 work Court at St.fair 8-23-tf prices. I I OCTOBER 28-30 ARCHITECTURAL AND GENERAL 4 Paperhanging and Kalsominin ;
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKINGAt :;;
208 East Robinson a"enue.lisges Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's : Low Rate Excursion Ticketswill I DRAFTING.Blue DR. L H. RAMSDELuOPTOMETRIST First-class work good material and t I!

Berke, formerly with Miss Hovermale. Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf be sold October 26-27-28-I Printing and Map Work. Patent reasonable prices. Js o j b too largeor t

10-3-1m II 29, with final limit November2nd. office drawings show cards, and Likin.ORLANDO ) too small. Drop me a postal, and !
Dr. O. P.
(Succ atOr to
First class Brazing a specialty at general commercial art. Perspec- we will talk it over. I
; FOR SALE Warman's Repair Shop c. Court St. tires in color or flat washes.gROOM MORUM ,
ATLANTIC COAST LINE -
p Nursery stock one, two, three and 12-5-tf.Don't wait for every one In town to Standard Railroad of the SouthA. 12YonellDuckworth WE FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES A. B. MOORE I|
f.ur year old buds; Foster Early, I have Entrican. the painter. before W. FKITOT D.P.A. HllildinJiPIIOl.E
Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash.hf'tnrt ; vou trv. Am too busy to look you j i 138 Wept Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. AND DO ALL KINDS OF P. O. Box 524, Orlando j
NAvel. Address Mrs. M. Kahl .I up. Phone 636, and I will be on the I I i I J. G. KIRKLAND, D.P.A. 542
t Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-lS-tf job. 1-20-tf Ilillsboro Hotel Tampa, Fla. 9-lo-diwtf I ttivflcAL nEl'.uIIN1. 109lnap !

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The following is a waif floating I CONWAY NURSERIESGROWERS :I

about indications in newspaperdom of its authorship without, says any the I I AND DEALERS IN II I TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD .

Bartow Record: i j $: :
"Is religion true? I don't know and ; ; All Leading Varieties of Citrus TreesR. i; ;
don't care. But, if it is a lie, it is COOK WITH GAS
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the most beautiful one ever told, one T. PEEL, Proprietor.Local .
from which truth itself might learn.
Salesman
Could we exist as a nation withoutit
11 Glen St. Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATEBox i
? France tried it. Does it do any
11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando Florida.
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harm? Then why destroy it? Don't.It's i 1. Convenience 6. Speed
old as civilization. It was almost 9-24-tf

all our mothers'. We've been sung to I I 1111.11 II I I III I I I I III I 1 I 1 I I I r !HI U II 1 I I I I 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency
sleep a thousand times by its hymns.We I D. I. 1. .

are better men and women now 8. Safety
whenever we hear them sung. Theyare : 3. Cleanliness
joined.to tender emotions. It has I 9. Perfect
THE OLD RELIABLE Regulationof
made many a man happier and bet- 4. Simplicity
ter, more honest, tender and forgiv- I Heat
ing. Many a man and woman have DANN'S TRANSFER
5.
Accessibility
lain down within its shades peacefully ; 10. Economy
where. Don't destroy
nobody knows Ir. B. D. WIENANGA, Prop. i
it. Why, nine-tenths of the iI I
mothers in America believe in it. i

That's enough for it. It has been Livery, Draying and HaulingWE 5. SPEED
growing on our hearthstones for ages.
Let it stay there; it can't hurt you.
Imagine being able to sleep minutes in the
longer
It is such a loving religion. What twenty morning or stay
GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE out calling half an hour longer in the afternoon because know don't
will you give in its stead, if you take ; you you
it away? Philosophy? What are 3 I have to light a fire and wait for the stove to heat up. _

you to do when tired and homesick? I Imagine being able to cook a whole meal without having even to think *

Love? Earthly loves are so selfish.It AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK ;J about the fire.Imagine .
is such beautiful delusion. Don'tdestroy
it.a Weave the silver threads !; ; being able to go off and leave things cooking with no fear. of them

that reach from the star of Bethle- Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited j; ; boiling over because you know the "fire" will stay just as you have if.

hem into the golden roof of sunlight. '<' Imagine being able to "put out the fire" when your cooking is over by sim-
Train its clinging tendrils around the HORSES FOR SALE ply turning a valve.
bare walls of our lives and cover up I
't In short-imagine anything that tends toward in
the jagged corners and rough unsightly 'Phone 257. Orlando Florida speed cooking and you '
,
places with this beautiful ; ; will find yourself thinking of "GAS."

Myth of Calvary.

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The Miami Baseball association has WATER & LIGHT CO.

closed the season, owing about $400, SPRAY NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE !

and the business men of that city are GAS DEPARTMENT
SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY
being called upon for assistance.The J. .t

war department has given the 1t ... . ... . ..f HIM I M < . .. '," . .. ..
''ssion fci the erectionof Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale, Rust Mite . .1.1111111111111111.
necessary peiir and Red that i is hit. Removes
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in Lee county at the town of and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September 1111.1.11111111.1.1.11111.111111.1111111

Olga. and October are two of the best months for

I spraying for \Vhite Fly and Scale. Prevents in-

The first city manager of Lakeland, I sects from sapping trees all winter, and brings them r 19'H
Donald C. McLeod, who has filled that I I
out in a good healthy condition in the spring, thus
months has tendered
for several -
position I
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his resignation, to take effect I i. insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom.

December 21st. No reason has been I
made public for his action.It II J. SCHNARR & CO.. Orlando, Florida.

is learned in Pensacola that Con- Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure the White Fly
gressman Emerson Wilson has recom- Fungi. 9-9 D. and W 2-M
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mended Ben F. Hancock for the post- fMllli l8IC6tieHMmHOtltl >flCM3ICIIUilllilI II
mastership of Pensacola. It is stated !j I
that this appointment will meet with
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applicants reason for of the his position.By distinguished. ser- I Th E Bola L 4 C

vice G. Burgoyne to the community, of Daytona, Commodore, has been C. f PaOkillg[ Coffipally c-

elected to honorary membership in'
the Daytona board of trade. This is | 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON
the first election of this kind to be |

ganization.made by the Daytona commercial or- I Packers.and Shippers of Citrus 11 H>rsspDwer GUARANTEED 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic

Mechanical Oil Pump, Step'Starter and 66 Refinements
David Huptmann, an aged Confederate Fruits and Vegetables.
veteran, who arrived in Jack- S275.00

sonville a short time ago from Virginia -' I will operate alone under above name and shall ap-
fell into the St. Johns river at
'I' preciate the business of all who have and any who have & 129 Orange
an early hour Wednesday morning Wright Hilpert ,
Blipphig through a hole in a dock at I not patronized me in the last three years. For informa- i Orlando Ft.e.

the foot of Hogan street. The body'j II tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossingof ,

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LIST YOUR PROPERTY | LAUNDRY
What is to be known as the Florida chinery and can consequently give you same service The Terra Ceia Nurseries have for I 1 iI i
Twenty Thousand Bale Club has been I which has always spoken for itself. sale the Walters (Florida Standard) with me now, while I have the time i;dry Your cleaning general, laundry work, French
organized in Jacksonville, for the variety of grapefruit, from one to to look it over and familiarize myself ': and pressing will be ap
the I My efforts will be to sell all possible before resortingto three years old, budded on three to i with the talking points. I made the preciated.guaranteed Satisfaction and service
of in relieving
assisting Open
purpose distribution. four years old rough lemon roots; ,largest number of sales last winter I Phone 654. September 28th.
distress in the cotton section in this and the Heart's Tardiff orange, one and expect to do even better this win- 'for whites Reel's Steam Laundry,
state. Frank J. Simons of Monticello, year old buds on three years old ter. ily prospects are beginnig to arrive -i, only. 9-25-tf "
was elected president; Capt. W. B. W. A. DADE Gen. Manager. rough lemon roots. All in first: class j and it might cause you to lose
Denham, traffic manager of the board I condition. a sale by putting it off. Call today I| Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
TERRA CEIA NURSERIES, at my new offices in the Watkins''
of port commissioners of Jacksonville, I mjHliiUMIHMMUMMiniMtlltlMMItltlllililliMI: Terra Ceia, Florida.J. I building and list your property. is the kind you want. Where to get
vice-president, and W. M. Mace, Jr., Y C. Rowell, Manager. WALTER W. ROSE. it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T.
of Jacksonville, secretary. j| Correspondence solicited. Heal Estate. Phone o55. Entrican. 1-20-tf

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_ ''I II II 11 IIII I I'' I I II''I ; 4= ,''I ql I IIIIIII IINiI 11I q ble Florida and certainly to promise seemed great most public desira-bene-

fit, and your commission formulated
such plans as appeared to be feasible
j corresponding in the main with the y

1 plans which were being successfully I II I I ..'........ ;. ..",. '_ .
operated in other states-and endeav- :- : 0" ':- :
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ored by every possible means to
awaken public interest in the projectand i
to secure general co-operation in i : "
the work. In this it has not been suc-
: For To-day cessful. From the first the responsewas ThFfi: .- -
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not encouraging; there was, in j :., :.
fact, much vigorous opposition. Not I I
Tomorrow and every other day, you'll finda
j
withstanding these' discouraging con-
check account with the State Bank mighty ditions the commission has continuedfor ji i 1H1Et1 DO YOU UNDERSTAND

handy in keeping an accurate record of your several months its efforts to cre- #
ate a better and wider understandingof
money affairs. its plans and purposes and to I How you can personally fee bsnefit-

Take note-how many business men arouse some enthusiasm for the un- ted by the advantages accruing to
cash? for businessmen dertaking, but without appreciableresult.
pay you in Very lew- J the cornmmunity by
cannot take chances by carrying money
Recent events in Europe are responsible -
about. The safe way is the business-like for a sort of depression,
The] Federal Reserve Act ?
way-our bank checks. more mental than financial, but which
has strongly influenced'the attitudeof
: Try paying with checks. toward the idea of hav-
our people Call, telephone or write and we will
ing Florida participate in the exposi-
tion. After a careful estimate of the 7 : mail our booklet---just out---which
The State Bank of Orlando
situation we are constrained to be- : ;. : explains this act fully and clearly. ::'.
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lieve that it will not be practicableto I :
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provide such representation at the
exposition as would do credit to the i .

state, and, consistent with the policyof I. : .:. )
the commission announced at -
as
t .' '.- ."', .. .,,'.-,
the outstart, the abandonment of the

-. project is therefore recommended.A .. .. '.. ', .

special committee has been appointed .-....-..:. .;-':
t TELEPHONE SYSTEM AT SAN SERVIANS HOLDING PREKIET to close up the affairs of the '

JUAN COMPLETED AGAINST AUSTRIANSParis commission and prepare a financial i, .
report, a copy of which will be fur- '"''
The installation of the telephone Oct. 20.-A dispatch from nished you at an early date. ;: :

, system at the San Juan hotel was Nish, Servia, to the Havas agency Very truly yours, :'
completed yesterday and connectedup says: "In the region of the Save, Florida State Commission to the Pan- : JY9 0

by Mr. R. R. Reynolds. Every near Mitrovitza, the Austrians, aftera ama-Pacific International Exposi- ,.-
i room in this big hotel now has an brisk artillery fire, attempted unsuccessfully tion. I .

I automatic telephone connected with to capture the Servian ., "
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r the switchboard in the office. position at Prekiet. From the heightsof ROTTERDAM DISPATCH SAYS I .- '- .. .'..- ... .-. : ". '. .
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i Many other improvements are un- Dejamia the Austrians bombarded GERMAN NAVY IS GETTING I ...
der way at the popular San Juan, and Topzider, the banks of the Save and READINESS -- ---- -- --- ----
_ when completed it will be one of the ,the Danube, and also sought to can- '- TIlE WEATHER f Association of Fire Engineers. Prac- REPORTS A "DRAWN RATTLE"
i
} most modern hotels in the state. :t nonade the vicinity of Semlin, but London, Oct. 20.-In a dispatch tically all the leading cities of the AT SEA
were forced to retire before the Ser- from Rotterdam the correspondent of I Florida: Fair Wednesday and United States and Canada were rep-
OVIEDO MAN BANKRUPT I vian fire." the Evening News declares that the I Thursday. resented. Havana, Cuba, Oct. 20.The American -
f!, German marines are leaving Antwerpto Today's program called for an ad- schooner Fannie Presscott that
Voluntary petition in bankruptcy Eat what you want. rejoin the German fleet and the II. Kanner's great sale continues dress at noon by Thomas W. Haney, arrived here last evening from Gulf-
t[ was filed in U. S. district court today Eat all you want. German ships at Kiel are.being ex- until November 1st. 11-tf of Jacksonville, Fla., president of the port, Miss., reported that on Wednesday -
by J. S. McKenzie, of J. S. McKenzie Take a postscript and forget it. tensively provisioned. association; an address of welcome while in latitude 23.40 north and
For sale by all druggists.
& Co., Oviedo, Fla. The bankrupt'sfirm 1-7-d&w-lyr FIRE CHIEFS OF THE NATION byIa.or Martin Behrman of New longitude 24.30 west she saw a large
assets are given in the petitionas NEW ARRIVALWe MEET AT NEW ORLEANSNew Orleans, and preliminary organization German four funnelled steamer, apparently -
$4,873.06. and the liabilities as I have of the convention. Tonight mem- the Karlsruhe, fighting witha
I We insure your lIre and loan you just opened a large new
$5,770.90. Jones & Jones, of Orlando, money on real estate at 6 per cent. stock af table linen, art linen, shirt Orleans, La., Oct. 20.-Several orial exercises were held. British cruiser, smaller in size. After -
are the attorneys. The chief creditors : interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., waist linen, towels, napkins, white hundred fire chiefs had arrived here an hour's fighting the cruisers
and blankets. Get I
s are northern dry goods con : Curry Bcilding, Tampa, Fla counterpanes prices before you buy. our this morning for the opening todayof II. Kanner's great sale continues separated, the British going west and
cerns. 3-25-d&wtf 10-3-6t W. M. SLEMONS. I the convention of the International until November 1st. 11-tf the German north.

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