The morning sentinel

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The morning sentinel
Uniform Title:
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Daily South Florida sentinel
Place of Publication:
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
Creation Date:
October 2, 1914
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
6 v. : ;


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Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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South Florida sentinel
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Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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Orlando morning sentinel

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. Overwhelming Defeat of Germans is FRENCH TAKE AWFUL RE- BY KAISER'S FORCES AT



Lured Thousands of Germans Official German Report Says
Make Gains Against Wedge of Von Kluk's Right Wing in WERE THERE
Into a Trap and, BlowingUp Their Attack Is Progressing IS DIFFICULT I
Vicinity of ,Roye-Progress Reported in Argonne District
Bridge Behind Them, in Lorraine and No .

.. -French and British Make Big Gains North of the Annihilated Numbers News From the East MUCH FIGHTING- IN SWAMP DINNER WAS A GRAND SPREAD 1

Somme-Ground Gained by French Againstthe -
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""" London, Oct. I.. During the stra London, Oct. 1.-An official state- AND HEAVY RAINS ARE '
German Left ,..* :1. : HARD ON TROOPS Supply of Good Things to Eat 1
... tegical retreat of the allies southward ment issued from German general i
c. from; the Belgian frontier the French headquarters under date of the even- Unlimited and Enjoyed by 1

Paris, Oct.: 1.-Special.-The( ) battle on the Aisne is already troops exacted from the Germans ing of September 30, is given in a Polish Peasants Do Not Appre- Host of Visitors-Ocoee

claimed as a decisive French victory in official circles, even thoughthe bloody revenge for the French defeat Reuter dispatch from Berlin via Am- ciate German Humor and

French war office refrains from announcing it as such be- at Sedan forty-four years be- sterdam. It says: Exact Revenge for the Won Two Ball Games
fore. On this same battlefield, according "The hostile forces advancing to 1
it does not wish to be placed in the position of making a Hanging of Snipers
to the' Mail's Paris corre- the north and south of Albert (a Ocoee was the largest little city on

premature claim of victory. The attitude of the war office was spondent, the Germans suffered one town of France eighteen miles north- London, Oct. 1.-The Petrograd the map of Orange county yesterday,

explained today by officials attached to the war office staff, who of the worst defeats of their present east of Amiens) have been repulsed.The correspondent of the Telegraph, tele- and fully one thousand people from 1

said that not until the entire German line was actually held by invasion. They were led into a trap, front battle line is without news. graphing regarding operations in all sections of the county assembledin

the allies would the latter claim a complete triumph. which cost them thousands in men, "In Argonne our attack is progress- Russian Poland near the east Prus- that hospitable town to join with
he The French could have held ing steadily though slowly. At the
:Members of General Joffre's staff are particularly jubilant and sian border, says: its citizens in the proper celebrationof
the line is
their positions indefinitely but strat- outer forts on the Meuse "
confident that the final thrust is about to be directed against the egy required them to continue falling without change. "The triangle formed by joining the arrival of the first train over ,
Stshutshin, Augustowo and Ossowetzis the Tavares & Gulf
German right and left armies which will result in overwhelmingdefeat back with the remainder of the allies "Yesterday the enemy advanced in
little more than a vast swamp, Always noted for their hospitalitythe
for the invaders. along the line. Here is the story of Alsace and Lorraine in the central
making military operations difficulteven citizens of Ocoee did themselves
Fresh activity became apparent in the Roye region during the the second battle of Sedan told by Vosges: His attacks were energetically -
in the best weather. Rain has proud yesterday, and such a day of

day, where a violent action was fought, resulting in further ad- the; "The correspondent French general: ordered his without" eastern theateris been falling heavily for the past two I I celebration has seldom been seen in

vantage to the allies in their offensive movement against the pointof troops to fall back across the river days but the Russians neverthelessare this section of Florida, ,where big

General Von Kluk's wedge shaped line of fortified positions and take up positions on the opposite I RED CROSS ASKS UNITED :AID pushing on determinedly. things are of common occurrence.
"Recent fighting has been sanguinary The'first train from Winter Gardenover
based on Noyon. This engagement, with the progress for the heights. The bridges were mined, : OF WOMEN'S CLUBS __ two German divisions having the Tavares & Gulf railway ar-
allies in the Argonne region forms the burden of the but were left standing in order to de-
been destroyed in the battle of Drus- rived at Ocoee on time at 11:20 and
midnight bulletin issued by the war office at Bordeaux. ceive the Germans into thinking that Washington, Oct. 1.-The AmericanRed kenikL In the west of Russian Poland hundreds assembled at the station to

An informal statement adds that the general situation remains The the French were retreating hastily. Cross today sent an appeal fora the brushes between the advance bid it welcome, the new station, whichis
succeeded. The
ruse Germans more united effort on the part ofwomen's
guard continue. not
satisfactory.It quite completed, being a commodious -
advanced across the bridges in close
social clubs and organizations -
"The Polish extremely and
peasants are neat Follow
is the generally accepted opinion that the hour for decisive formation. When several German structure. .
and church societies in
supportof }
bitter against the Germans and this I ing the arrival of the train, the cele- I
action on the part of the enemy has arrived. Further delay will regiments had crossed the French the society's European relief work. feeling has been increased by contact I bration proper began and from, then .
blew up the bridges and the French
place the whole German line in such a precarious situation that with German numor. AS an instance on there was not a dull moment for -
artillery started firing at a hundred
only superb strategy can save it from disaster. AUSTRIA PROMISES TO INDEMNIFY the Germans everywhere pretendedto the big crowd of visitors and 'home
German columns which retreated
Generally the action along the whole battle front has entered hastily to the river only to find the pay for supplies with documents people
written in German which the peas- Soon after the arrival of the train
_ upon a slower and more deliberate stage, consistent with the bridges gone.
ants do not understand. When trans- Capt. B. M. Sims, one of Ocoee's most
grave consequences which may attach to any very important pro- "The French regiments then ad- Rome, Italy, via London Oct., 1.- lated the peasants found that these prominent and enterprising citizens

gressive movement by either army. vanced with quick firers and the mer- The Austrian government has repliedto papers had inscribed thereon that, welcomed the visitors and the new

The marked cessation of activities along the center, due in partto ciless slaying continued until dusk. the Italian protest against the 'Whoever presents this at the end of railway in a brief but appropriate ad- i
Germans threw
Many down their
the strength of the German defensive position, and in part to arms and attempted to swim the river floating mines in the Adriatic sea. the wat will be hanged.' dress,bidding every one feel at home
Austria the of Ital-
deplores sinking "There has been and
'the fact that both sides in this section of the battle front of 150 and large numbers were drowned. ian vessels and to take probably snipingby partake unstintedly of the many
promises the civilian population, as the bodies pleasures provided for their enter-
miles content to hold their lines with the crucial When nightfall came the French
are combats measures to remove the menace to of six peasants were found tainment.In .
being fought at either end. brought up searchlights and contin- shipping and to fully indemnify the
ing to a tree in a Polish town hang-I. a short time after Captain Sine E
ued the work of
On the French left, the British made notable progress in the carnage. families of the 'victims. days ago. Their fellow had made every one feel welcome,
I "The artillery threw shells at the
territory north of Somme. In the southern part of the Woerve rate of a dozen rounds a minute into It is reported that Italy demandsan vowed to have revenge and two days dinner was announced-and such a

region ground has been gained by the French, who continue to I the German ranks and varied its tactics 000.indemnity from Austria of $1,000- later a German scouting party found feast. It may have been equalled at
the bodies of twenty-two German some place at some time but it has
the German left. by throwing incendiary shells
I soldiers hanging from the same tree." never been excelled, for the good
into the forest where part of the Ger- BASEBALL RESULTS
things to the '
.1 tempt palate were therein
man force had taken refuge. The

FIFTY WHEN MEN MINE NARROWLY CAVES ESCAPE IN I OUTER FORT OF ANTWERPBOMBARDED burning fifteen woods miles.lit up the whole frontof Brooklyn Federal 0, Baltimore League 3. JAPS LOST 2,500 KILLED in the the fried most greatest chicken tempting profusion, baked manner.and chicken Visionsof served f

Joplin, Mo.", Oct. L-(Special.)- "In the morning an armistice of Buffalo 2, Pittsburg 8. chicken pie, fried fish, barbecued ;
two hours was granted to allow the AND WOUNDED
Chicago 2, St. Louis 1.
Fifty men narrowly escaped being Germans to bury their dead. The meats, bread, pies, doughnuts, coffee,
entombed when the workings of the Indianapolis 3, Kansas City 3. Ten and a list of other good things so
-:---- I French had suffered the loss of onlya .
American Davy mine caved in to innings; numerous that were all of them
men- j
National League ,___
night. About ten acres caved in, tioned this paper would look like a 1
chiefly over shaft No. 1, which is con- AND ABLE TO CONTINUE I New York 6, Boston 7. j DRIVING BACKGERMANS Delmonico menu card.
nected with underground pay shaft RESISTANCE FRENCH ROADS Pittsburg 5, Cincinnati 1. Not only were the appetizing viands

No. 3. Of the men working in num- Philadelphia. 9, Brooklyn 7. there in the greatest plenty, but no
ber three, many climbed the ladder Belgian Forces Repel Daring London Oct. 1.-The British war American League From First Line of Defense, French chef ever prepared them in a

: on the cribbing of the shaft to escape, I and Violent Attacks by Ger- office has issued a call for 1,000 expert Boston 3-4, New York 5-2. According: to Unconfirmed more tempting and delicious manner
railroad men to assist in the Washington 1, Philadelphia 3.
while others were rescued uncon Between the than the good people of Ocoee. Mr.
mans Scheldt Chinese Reports-Will i
of the
operation railways. St. Louis 7, Detroit 3.
J. F.
scious. Eight were seriously injured. O'Berry was the genius who
and the Senne Wait for Siege Guns
I barbecued the meats just to the exact
SCOTS ARE WARLIKE right turn and know the i
London, Oct. An official communication Peking, China, Oct. 1.-A German we queensof
_ I VILLA FORCES TAKE CANANEA AND Ocoee's households contributed
London, Oct. 1.-Figures showing issued at Antwerp, ac- report from Tsingtau, the fortified their share ,to that unexcelled cookinga

[ the percentage of recruits enlisted in j cording to a Reuter dispatch, says: position of Kiau Chau territory, sent perfection of the culinary art that i

" England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales !'. "The German artillery during the by carrier pigeon to Tsinan, in Shan- caused many of the male visitors to

as obtained from the director of re- day continued the bombardment of ARE MARCHING ON NACO TO BATTLE tung provincec, and thence to Pekingby declare that they would go to Ocoee

cruiting and published in the Liver- the first line of forts on the south. telegraph, indicates that the German for the ringing of their wedding y
' pool Courier, make Scotland appearas Our works suffered little and we are bells. i
the most generous contributor of still in condition to make effective CARRANZA FORCES OF GEN- artillery. I I retirement from the second line But there were other things besides

men. The approximate total number resistance. Col. Guilfoyle, commanding the of defense around Isingtau, which the good eats, though columns might [

I 'of men raised from August to Sep- "Between the Senne river and ERAL HILL ENTRENCHED American cavalry garrison at Naco, took place last Monday, was due to be written on that subject alone with-

t, tember 15 was 501,580, the percentage Reeth no movement of the enemy's THERE Arizona, has flung a barricade of the overwhelming numerical strengthof out doing that meal full justice.

of recruits to the total male population infantry has occurred. In the circle freight cars along the tracks paral- the Japanese.The The Ocoee baseball team, alive with E

;. being given as follows: from the Scheldt to the Senne daring leling the border to stop the shells report says the Japanese losses I the spirit of enterprise and activityof
Recruits. Percent. and violent German attacks have been 1ERICANSINFLJGHTFROMNACO and bullets which may cross the bor- were 1,700 killed and 800 wounded, a that thriving community, which

.' England ____:__->__ 396,731 2.41 repelled by the Belgians who were der. Many American citizens of the result of the fire from German war- i produced that magnificent entertain-

J Scotland __________ 64,444 2.79 well supported by their artillery. The town have sent their families to Bis- ships coupled with the fire of land" ment yesterday distinguished them- ''
1" Ireland ________ 20,419: ;93 German losses were proportionate to If Battle Is Fought Much Dam- i I bee and Douglas until all danger is machine guns. German losses are described selves by winning two ball games in

t; Wales ___________ 19,966 1.91I the temerity of their attacks. age Will Result on American past. as smalL one day-a thing the New York Giants -
I Iir. I "In the direction of Termonde the Side of Border and Bar- J At the German legation in Pekingit have bee unable to accomplish _,
;i KAISER ORDERED HIS MEN TO1"EXTERMINATE" offensive movement was of no great No Word From Conference ,at Aguas was said Germans caused the destruction for some time. In the morning they

f LITTLE '!'importance, consisting of a long distance ricade Has Been Built Calientes of the railroad bridge at faced the Apopka team and in a fine '. '
:, -BRITISH ARMY I cannonade which had no appreciable Washington, Oct. L-(Special.)- Tayuho, six miles west of Weihsien, game defeated them 1 to 0. This not

S '- effect on the detachment of our El Paso, Tex, Oct. 1.-(Special.)- Carranza today telegraphed the local I and that they will cause other bridges being enough glory for one day for

t London Oct., .1.-The Times today1 t i troops guarding the approaches to Gen. Villa's troops, under Gov.Mayto- constitutionalist agency denying re-I to be dynamited if the Japanese con- any Ocoee organization they repeated -

{:t says it is able to give from a thoroughly the town. Between the river Dinde rena'of Sonora, have captured Cana- j ports that Saltillo had been capturedby tinue their westward march. They the stunt in the afternoon by de-

',l.(* trustworthy source the text and Scheldt there is no notable nea, a ,big American copper camp, : Villa and declaring that he has will dynamite also all the government feating Clermont 2 to 0. It was noth-
change. and looted it. They immediately be- i formation that General Rosalio in-I I buildings at Tsingtau when a further ing to the discredit of either the

William. 'In short, the German bombard-. gan the march against Naco, on the *andex at Paredon, and the two defense of that place becomes impos- Apopka or Clermont teams that they

t follows: ment has produced no results com- Arizona border, where General Benja- rera brothers, at Parral, remain loyal I sible. went down to defeat before Ocoee
t' :.:. "It is my royal and imperial com- mensurate with its violence. The min Hill, commanding the Carranza to the central government and have I yesterday, because it was Ocoee's day
'mand that you concentrate your ener- morale of our troops iem.ains.excel- forces, is entrenched and waiting to withdrawn their forces from the division :CREW OF 3II E-SUNK STEAMER in every sense, and the world cham-

? : gies,for the immediate present 'upon lent and their coolness is admirableas give the Maytorenastas battle. I of the north. SAVED pions would have lost their laurels

t:: the single purpose'and that is that proved by the successful resistanceof .Naco is situated on the American ''.The state department is awaiting a had they faced Ocoee yesterday.The .

"it you address. all your skill and all the all German infantry attacks." border just across the line from the report today from Special Agent Lowestoft, Eng. Oct. L-The crew Orlando band furnished the

yr valor of my soldiers to exterminatetj j]t town of the same name in Arizona.' Paul Canova of the result of the of the steamer Selby, sunk by a minein music for the celebration and duringthe

'first the treacherous English and' .Purchase your school books and'If a'battle is fought there much damage -''Aguas Calientes conference. Up toa the North sea, while on a voyage day they rendered many beautiful

t ';.i-wa1k:: over General French's contempt-_ school:'supplies this week and avoid j will result on the American side f. late hour the report had not reached from Shields to Antwerp, was landed and inspiring selections, winning un-

. --; iMeTittle- .- -army.' "' ,the.rush'Come to Curtis &O'Neal's. especially if the attacking: forces use Washington. here today. (Continued on page 8)
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LGIAN TROOPS GOING TO THE FRONT MAITLAND ITEMS Mr. A. S. Taveau is having several NEW CANCER REMEDY If you want quick returns from ad-

acres of his hammock land cleared i Removes cancers, tumors of all I vertising at moderate cost, patronizethe
Maitland, Fla, Sept. 30.-Mrs. kinds. No money until you are sat- columns of the Sentinel. You
and will have it planted with orange isfied. Dr. C. W. Hains, 4-7 Warren
Banks has a caretaker occupying her can place your wants before 8,000
trees next winter. I Bldg., Lafayette street, Tampa, Fla.
cottage and the grounds around her 9-13-lOt !people in Orlando and numberless
home show great improvement under : N. H. Fogg has sold his desirable i other readers of the paper in adjoin-
his care. i building lots on Maitland avenue to KEEP AHEADOf ing territory.If .
The latest improvement to the i a gentleman in New Jersey who will your neighbor by reading the
'Maitland Inn is a fine new sidewalkof I Sentinel every morning and getting you want your bicycle fixw'ins
erect a fine modern bungalow for a all the
cement blocks from the hotel to I winter home. news hurry take it to Warman's Repair

the gate toward Park lake. Messrs. Fogg & Osteen have com-' the news in the Sentinel first. I I Shop. 12-5-tf.
What Maitland needs is I
a pound for
menced gathering their large crop of
stray cattle. After being fined a few
nuts. They estimate their
pecan crop
j 1IZ ff times possibly the owners will keep of nuts this year at about two thou- $ 9ine '
'Mi k their cows at home instead of turning sand pounds. yur'
them out to make a nuisance of them- ,
selves by going about all night with
Look at the label on your paper;
their bells ringing, annoying and it shows the month and the year to School Books and SuppliesWill
keeping people awake besides gettingin which your subscription is paid. 'Sub-

r places and destroying valuable scription accounts are due in advance. be our principal business for the next
plants, etc. There are plenty of
Photo by JLoMrleaa,Press A ocl&UoD.
-- places for pasture and owners shouldbe All new woolens for fall and winter week or two. Our trade in this department
made to fence the cattle in.
--- ----- will be on display, and an experiencedtailor extends from Tangerine to Lake Foin etta
PINE CASTLE RANDOM SHOTS (with Mrs. Janie Tyner., to take your measure, Mon-
'- I I Rev. King Jones, ,of Conway, held ALTA IO-'E SPRINGS day, Tuesday and Wednesday. Let and from Orange Center to Lake Pickett. We

Pine Castle, Fla.. Sept... 30.-Mrs. Methodist services at Union chapel us show you. Yowell-Duckworth furnish every school book used in schoolin
Bessie Rogers, of Memphis, Tenn., Sunday, which were very. well at- Altamonte, Fla., Sept. 30.-School Company. any
Mrs. W. P. Donahue, of Sumatra tended. commenced Monday with Miss Every, the county, and any furnishing :from a
- Mr. Slater of Indianapolis, Ind., as teacher. Get the first in the Sentinel.
,: Next Sunday, Henry news
of Valdosta
Fla.,and Mr.Lee Reeves, slate pencil to seats, desks and musical in-
will speak at the Union chapel in the
Ga., who have been visiting their par- .
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Reeves, left morning, and the W. C. T. U. will struments. We are headquarters for school
Friday for Perry, Fla, to visit their have services in the evening.
brother, Mr. Ira Reeves, on the way .'j Dr. C. E. Filbert is having his bungalow THE CHASE & CO supplies.

x to their respective homes. plastered and newly finished \v. S. BRANCH
throughout, and it will be a very ,
Mr. Glover Reeves, who also has
been visiting his parents, Mr. and model house when the work is com-!; PACKING! HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs

Mrs. J. J. Reeves,left Saturday even- pleted.Mr. I I The Arcade Book and Music Store
modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-
ing to return to his studies at the Geo. C. Shackleton family,
naval academy, Annapolis, Md. of Grand Rapids, Mich.;-who spent date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the

Mrs. D. J. Bell and her grandchildren the winter here last year, have sent PROPER PACKING
Miss Carrie and Master George (word that they will arrive here in FIRST AID TO
Webb, after visiting her sister, Mrs. November to spend this winter in THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S
Jos L. Sundy, left here Friday to re- Pine Castle. HIGHEST PRICESwhich
turn to her home at New Smyrna. Dr. Geo. T. Bennett delivered a lec-
however, would not accomplish the end desiredby TRANSFERDr.
Miss Ruby Wilkins, of Orlando' ture on temperance at the school
the grower, if he did not also have available the ser-
who formerly taught here, visited at house Wednesday evening. Several vices'of .
the school Thursday and later was musical numbers which were very B. D. WIENANGA, Prop.

the guest of Mrs. L. L, Scolt. good were also given. The proceedsof THE CHASE & CO
Mrs. N. Petersen has as her guest the evening were applied to the

her uncle, Mr. Petersen, of Chicago, school piano fund. SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM I Livery, Draying and HaulingWE
The Lakeview Inn is now for
who arrived Wednesday to spend the open I
winter here. the winter. which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, expe- I
Miss Raffle Hansel and Miss Stella Several from here started Mondayto rienced, competent and reliable. I GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
Harris were,guests of Mrs. J. C. Ful- attend high school in Orlando. I
ford at Lockhart the latter part. of
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Arnold and I Springfield, Tenn., Sept. 30.-Three ,
-two children, of Conway, were guests:I persons were shot to death here today. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED

tmaay of Mr. and ) rs. Jos. L.'i G. M. Babb, 64 years old, and OHJ .SEJ &: CO., Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
Sundy.Mr. his wife, Mrs. Synia Babb were killed
and Mrs. J. G. Tyner spent with a revolver supposedly by Owen GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS HORSES FOR SALE

Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. L.Scott. Fisher 41 years old, a nephew. Fisher Main Office, Jacksonville, Florida

Mr. Bert Prescott, of Taft, was a then killed himself. Babb was X A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. : 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
guest Sunday at the home of W.'M.I wealthy. Ill feeling over the settle- X 9-30-d&w
Hansel. ment of an estate is thought to have
Mrs. J. F. Harris spent Sunday led to the killing. 1..IIII..I'.I..I. .I..I..IIIIII..I.II.L-, -

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We are the exclusive Agents of all propositions advertised in this space, which will be changed every

their Broker and all Real Estate sell them and
week. Purchasers can buy through own men can arrange

with us regarding Prices and Terms. All large propositions will be also placed with our Northern Agents.

Lot 60x150 in theOrange

y Grove Best Location A Modern Seven

t On very easy terms, at a price that not only compares Room HouseAnd

favorably with other lots, but will prove to be a rare bar .

Located in the City Limits. About 5 acres planted in 116Grapefruit gain. Will pay to buy this lot on speculation. Remember
Bath Room. Four of the located
cash is no object with the owner, therefore the most large on
and about 200 bearing Orange Trees, all bud
liberal terms granted. ground floor, with Verandas on east, west and north;
ded. One acre of Garden Land, near lake; a good 6-room
...... three Bedrooms and Sleeping Porch and large Bath Room
House. This Grove is in condition to enable purchaser,
on second floor; latest and all modern improvements

not only to make a good living, but to increase his bank through the house. .Garage with underground tank on
5 Acres Good Citrus
account considerably. Don't miss this one of a few rare premises. Size of Lot 71x150, located in a very desirable

i opportunities get independent. Will advance money and fashionable district. .Price and terms will compareto

purchaser, if agreeable. Land favorably with any residence proposition in the market.

In the Lake Conway District. 3& miles from City Hall,

at a reasonable price. It will pay to buy it on speculation.

The Florida Real Estate and Investment Company


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WINTER GARDEN ITEMS ceived by the South Apopka Supply Apply Sloan's Freely For Lumbago REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY H.I!

company the past week.B. Your attacks of Lumbago are not C. McDANIELThe

'Winter Garden Fla., Sept. _30. H. Roper leaves Friday for Jacksonville nearly so hopeless as they seem. You I
can relieve them almost instantly bya
This ,section of the county has been returning Sunday.Mrs. simple application of Sloan's Liniment stucco cottage on Cathcart St. GRAND

visited with plenteous rains the last Walter Bogard has been quiteill on the back and loins. Lumbago one block north of Eola Park just i
the week but is able to ia a form of rheumatism, and
few weeks and the farmers are busy past now completed-built for comfort and '
to Sloan's, which convenience -
getting their land in shape forseedjy be out again.L. yields
proper penetrates quickly all in through the -large lot, stone garage
their fall crops. Stowers, of Conyers, Ga., arrived sore, tender muscles, limbers up the beautifully situated and will be sold TODAY C
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Loveless, of last week with a car load of fine back and makes k feel fine. Get a for $6,000, good terms.
mules and has them sale Ro- bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25c. of
Clarcona were shopping in town on on I Twenty Lake
any druggist and have it in the house acres on ,
Thursday.Mr. per's livery ,stable. against colds, sore and swollen about 18 planted to oranges and

and Mrs. J. S. McCauley and B. Parrish has added a green grocery joints rheumatism neuralgia sciat- grape fruit trees 5 years old, fully

children and Mrs. M. F Heare left on to his market. ica and like ailments. Your money 1,000 boxes now on trees. If de-

the noon train Wednesday for Memphis C. H. Dame, of Tampa, representing back almost if instant not saisfied relief.but it does give sire this property, will be you divided -:J

Tenn., where they expect to the Woodmen of the World, is giving two fine building sites with
make their future home. greeting the members o: this organi- --- --- - Lake Gatlin in front overlooking .
H. S. Dickens, of Jacksonville has zation this week.J. Takes Off Freckles, three other lakes. Price for 20 acres The groat serial I Some features

been in town the past week in the interest F. Jenkins, the genial represent- $12,000 or $6,000 for half. Nothing story that
be shown for
of the Southern Growers com- ative of the Brown Perryman & Removes Tan. better in Florida. Owner has re- made the Cosmopolitan can

pany. Greene company of Atlanta was: displaying Beautify your complexion.: Get peatedly refused to sell, but on account famous CD less money.

A.:new front is being built to one a stylish line of hats here rid of those freckles. You eta of sickness he is unable to come BUT make
invest 50c in a jar of WIt and won favor a
of/the stores of the McMillan Hardware Wednesday. SON'S FRECKLE CREAM ,. to Florida to live as he intended.
much to its Among those registered at the with thousands of comparison and
adding Two 3
and they'll disappear. Severe acre tracts overlooking Orlando -
outside appearance. Shelby hotel the past week were: H. cases may require two jars- --fine lake view, good neigh- its readers. Complete -=:I learn why and

Hon. A. B. Newton and T. F. Mann G. Deiterich, Sanford; D. W. Hadsell, no more. We positively guarantee borhood, good land and splendid for in six great how.

visited the county seat Wednesday. Orlando; H. O. Adams, Tampa; J. W. this isn't and fully If restored your complexion to surburban homes. Price $1,000 each. parts. '

Messrs. Stevens and Adams, the Kea Ocala; P. J. Wallace, Mobile its natural beauty, we agree to refund your 10 acres all cleared, north side

former representing the firm of Bene- Ala.; C. E. Hillyer, Jacksonville; V. money WILSON'S without FRECKLE argument CREAM And it in a fine addition.f ra- Lake Ivanhoe overlooks Orlando, Everyone in Orlando _

dict, Pollak & Co., of Jacksonville H. Heare, city; J. M. Layman St. grant toilet cream. Doesn't cause hair to ....owr splendid land and a fine home site should see I
and does positively remove TAN and
and the latter with Bentley Gray & I Louis; P. S. Shepherd Winter Park; FRECKLES. Try it at our risk. Price 50c- $2000. 9-11-lm it. L
W. E. Richmond Dr. N. sent by mail if Mammoth jars $1.00.
Co., of Tampa were calling on our I Fitzgerald ; WILSON'S tRaiSK1N SOAP 2Sc. Wilsoa
business men Thursday.Bert N. Jensen, Florissant, Mo.; 'J. W. Freckle Cream Co., Charleston S. C. makers. In six I

Brockman, of Chicago, is visiting -I Jonse, Zellwood; G. J. Strozier, city; Forr.leby Try the Sentinel for all kindsof cent magnifiL
j. N. MCELROY parts.
Printing. service. Press Comments
his father and mother for a few C. H. Dame Tampa; Harry Towson Prompt

days.There'. Gainesville; C. A. Jordan, D. C.; Miss Jack Conway as """'- "Like breath

are a good many new arriv- Elizabeth Martin, Madison. "Billy Roberts," a "
of fresh air.
als from northern states now; some a Florida's Myrtle Stedmanas

who have been here before and oth- '"Saxon." .....s "The most realistic -

: ers who are trying their fortunes in HEALTHY HAIR Surpassing ; mob sceneevA -

Florida for the first time.J. .

A. Abberger, soliciting freight SOFT, FLUFFY GrapefruitIs superb pro- er filmed."

agent for the Atlanta, Birmingham &
AND RADIANT duction. A Paramount 0 1,000 men are
Atlantic railroad, with headquartersin I.
Supreme Picture. -I-I used in this part
Tampa, was in town Saturday in ...
Beautiful hair does
I not just happen to ...... .. of the
the interests of the road. be so,but it is always a matter of care Such features L"' play.
Quite a few visitors from Orlando and proper nourishment of the hair Plant Freely of the Best Late VarietiesEach
roots. No matter if your hair is fall as these are worth A remarkable
and the surrounding towns were down
ing out, stringy, lifeless and full of year adds to the supremacy of Florida's surpassing twice the pricv. of succession i of
| at the new dock Sunday.H. dandruff, Parisian Sage, an inexpensive grapefruit in the markets of the North. With the proceeding
S. Shepherd of the Wilson & tonic, sold by all druggists, is all admission. New scenes shows the
education of the American the and merits of
public as to uses
that is needed. It nourishes the
Toomer Fertilizer was on ever Yorkers are
[ company pay- that
hair roots and stimulates the growth citrus fruits Florida grapefruit will become more and more rioting en-
| our streets Monday.G. of new hair. Even dandruff is en- popular. The grower whose land is adapted to grapefruit can ing it and they us- sues when strikebreakers -

R. Croft and family have returned tirely removed with one application make no mistake in planting freely of the best varieties pc- ually get their are immoney's -
I from their summer vacation and itching scalp and falling hair cially of the late kinds.
|spent at Clearwater. cease; your hair will be bright vigorous ported.lOc .

J. B. Gregory has purchased the Whether, soft and your is oily dry orbrittie.Tarisian Get the New Buckeye =

I Pressing Club, formerly run by Mann Sage immediately removes -

l& Mills and has located in the brick the cause and by toning up the Nurseries CatalogThis
scalp quickly restores the hair its
I building owned by J. J. Vining. to
original brilliancy and vigor. attractive book tells all about the culture of
The business meeting of the Y. M. Parisian Sage can always be had grape-
IB. C. was entertained at the home of from McElroy Pharmacy, and is_ a fruit as well as oranges and other citrus fruits. It describesthe

Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Swearingen on delightful and easily applied treatment leading kinds-several of them the introductions of Buck- I

1 Thursday; evening, September 24th. that will never fail to act as a eye Nurseries. Whether you are an experienced grower or a
real and lasting benefit to your hair in citrus culture this will
The guests were met at the door by and scalp. new beginner catalog help you. 2Ocf
(Mrs. Swearingen who possesses the i The most successful grove practice is fully explained in
this book. While the catalog
represents an enormous outlayon
[ of each
happy faculty making one
their part Buckeye Nurseries will be glad to send a copy
eel that he is individually essentialthe
PERSIt free to any person intending to plant citrus fruit trees. If
of the occasion. The
success you want one write for it today before the edition is exhausted.
iter is constrained to believe that
seems rather difficult for some
tie hostess must have had a visionf readers of the newspapers to under- Buckeye Nurseries OI

the approaching throng of young stand the position such papers are in 1036 Citizens Bank Building r

eople, for though they continued to as to the news relating to the European Tampa, Fla.BuckeyeTreesBear.
ome until forty-eight had been wel-
war. Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
omed under her roof it
; hospitable A valued reader of the Herald

as found that ample provision had sends the editorial office a clipping

een made that all might be comfortably from a northern paper asking its I DIRECTORS ARID EMBALMERS. I
seated. When this had been
publication, because "your news is ;
one, the president B. H. Roper,
mostly from one side. It would be
led the meeting to order. Rev. .better to have a little of the other f He-H III I ca. II C I ." I Q I = as I . . II II1111 II .
teinbach conducted the devotional COMPARE

,Vord;ercises.and lie invoked read a divine portion of God's I side.Newspapers of the ordinary class, ROLLINS COLLEGE Winter 1
blessings Pat
and by that is meant those papers OUR FURNITUREWe
pen the class, which is doing a noble that do not have a special service I I
pork in Winter. Garden. After the
business of the class had been dis- but are from compelled of the to take their service Oldest College and Most Beautiful Grounds in Florida provide the quality of furniture that has long #
one great news gath-
nsed with we enjoyed a short but been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the :
rendered ering agencies, print the news as it College, Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic = standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.

ppropriate program, by is sent to them over the wire from and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Course. It wouldn't here were it otherwise. We can't make j
embers of the class. After the
delicious refreshments pro- day to day, without change and with- Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof i

ram were out comment.In fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dollar this business, and that means much to any buyer.
|erved. Those assisting Mrs. Swear- I 1
no previous war, with the excep- endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ, I
gen were Daisy Cooper, Cora
tion of the and the
and Sallie Reams. Russo-Japanese a dozen pianos two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new
oyner Thanking McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
later Balkan wars, have newspaper rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New ,
Ir. and Mrs., Swearingen for the
leasant evening that they had givens correspondents been excluded from chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every Cor. Orange! Ave. and Church St.. Orlando Fla.
the scene of activities. But from the modern device analysis of soils fertilizers foods water. j
; !
we departed, feeling that it was first day that hostilities were com- Preparation for engineering course. % J
ood that we were there. The class ., .
menced the w_ _
newspaper correspondent Lakes golf tennis football
boating swimming
ill meet at the home of Mrs. Mary ,
was told that he was not wanted, Christian but undenominational moderate.
illard ; expenses .
on Thursday H
evening H -- ---p -
and not only thaf, means were takento Scholarships available. For catalogue address .u
e third Sunday in October in hopes I
see that he did not get anywherenear

duplicate this pleasant and helpful I the war zone at any time. WILLIAM FREMONT BIACKMAN,

caSl0n. I.
Hence the newspapers of this coun- !

Mrs. E. A. Mitchell and little try have been compelled much i Ph. D. LL. D.. President.

aughter, Miriam, of Fairmont, N. C., their will to confine them-
.sited her sister Mrs. W. O. Swear- against selves to what they could get from I .. .P''f. -.aro Fr- . . .a. j

gen, the past week. the official bulletins, which are extremely -

W. H. Brokaw, the nurseryman, of meager, and such informa- WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ? '

[rlando, was in town Monday.
tion as they could secure from plrces
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. McNeice and UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA --
as near to the seat of war as possible. FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE

iss Martin,_ of Clermont, were' visors What does get through can not leave FOR WOMEN GAINESVILLE BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS

in our burg Monday. the continent either by cable, wirelessor TALLAHASSEE. LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS

| The packing house men are busy mail, unless it has been strictly a -
College of Arts and Science:Normal School: ::
nging and preparing machinery censored. That is the situation that School of Music; School of Expression: Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
the School of Art: Extension Division; Gradual 9 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts: reduc-
r coming and against any
season.v. 1,1915
orange confronts the newspapers of America. School: Uodern Gymnasium with swimming .Law; Engineering; Agriculture: Teachers
S. Sharpe, a wholesale grocery- Complaint is most frequently heard pool$ basket ball and tennis courts;new and College, Experiment Station; Extension Division tion during that time:
Ian modern buildings: beautiful campus; dormi- i ; Gradual SchOOL Ten new brick building -
of Tampa, was soliciting busies from German residents that the pa- tories bar all modern conveniences; new besides gymnasium. swimming pool and
and kitchen most hygienic in subsidiary buildings. 61 officers, in- Car $555.00
for the firm of Perkins & Sharpe German side of dining room I many Touring -
do te
not give
pers Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 counties structors and assistants. 854 young men
esday. war events. The reason for that is and 12 states last session. <7 Florida eountiea and 24 States anforeign Runabout 505.00
Mr. and Mrs. TUITION FREE in College and Normal I I countries last session.
R B. Swearingen, of quite plain the German military gov- School. Bo-.rd and entrance fees for the TUITION FREE. Board and Entrance Fees F. 0. B. Orlando. AD ears fully equipped.
mpa visited their brother, W. C. ernment does not permit any news to :year $124.00.EDWARD For cataloguewrite CONRADL. President. !I 1182.60 per year.A. A. Write MUKFH& for President.tiaMiailMIMiMIMIIitlllllMIMitllllllMIM1 catalogue.
Vearingen, I will be able U obtain the nn'Jnma efficiencyIn
Saturday and Sunday. I get out even to the people of that Further we the minimum cost In ewr
.Mrs. T. R. Fowler spent Tuesday country, let alone to the people of purchasing.r factory and sales production departments if we rah. an ontjut .f ;<

th Mrs. G. S. Hall, of Oakland. other countries. The fault is with SM.dOd ears between the above dates.
I Next Tuesday, October 6th, will be And should w.e reach this production, we agree to pay ..
them and not with the American I" the buyer's share from $40 t. $(0 per ear ten .r
ion day in Winter Garden. Thise who purchases a newFord
newspapers who would be glad to CONWAY NURSERIESGROWERS 1415) every retail barer t
1. lilt and I. 1915. t
for mayor, councilmen, and clerk and do publish everything from any ear between August
d treasurer for the town. Univer- For farther particulars regarding these low prices and profit-
source whatever that they can
l interest seems to be manifested AND DEALERS IN sharing plan, see .
tain.-Miami Herald.
ne candidates were announced for F. G. RUSH
uncilmen last week, but about three All Leading Varieties of Citrus TreesR.

them have decided that there will LAUNDRY Phone 226

plenty of candidates without them T. PEEL, Proprietor. ._L

dare reported to have withdrawn. Your general laundry work French iii
will be Salesman
dry cleaning and pressing ap-
I Mrs. Ed. Ewing will entertain the Satisfaction and service .. .
preciated. Glen St. :Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATE. 3
lung. ladies of the First Methodist guaranteed. Open September 28th. -
Box 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando,- Florida.
Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry -
even- for whites only. 9-25-tf 9-24-tf for the
Subscribe Sentinel.
:c. -
*Two car loads of furniture were re Get_the news in'the Sentinel11rst.Iii& j ... I h 1 I I I II II II II 111.11 1_III_ !. 1 I- 1111 I ,I _.a I

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South Florida Sentinel BRATION ING HERE YESTERDAYThe ii i

County Tax Collector W. E. Mar- f
F .JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner :Many Orlando people enjoyed yes- Florida Growers' and Shippers' .tin's office is doing a lively businessin iI I

terday at Ocoee, aiding the enterprising League held a short business meeting the occupation license line, over I
Entered at the poatoffice at Orlando. Florida I
little in cele- yesterday morning in the offices of hundred 1915 licenses
,. M Second Class Mail Matter.SUBSCRIPTION citizens,of that city one to do busi- I
brating the arrival of the first train Manager Lloyd S. Tenny, which was ness of various kinds having been i

RATES over the Tavares & Gulf railway. attended by many of the prominent sold up to the time the office closed

Daily 1 Year ........................ $S.OG ':Many of them escaped the eye of the officers and members of the league. yesterday afternoon. There are
Daily < Months ...................... 2.60 The meeting was devoted to the discussion
about thousand business
Daily S Months ...................... 1.25 : Sentinel representative, but the fol- one concernsin
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .60 lowing is a partial list of those spend- of the citrus canker fight, the Orange county subject to the pay-
financing of it and the disposition of ment of a license tax, and the collec-
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... I LOO ing the day there:
the funds
Weekly 6 Months .................... .75 :Mr. and Mrs. D. :M. Topliff, :Mr. in an effective campaign. tion will be pushed with great vigor.As .
IN and Mrs. Fuller, :Mr. and :Mrs. C. E.'j Following the meeting those present a matter of fact every concern
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE Wade, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mathews, j went to Ocoee, where they en- doing business yesterday without first

Mr. and :Mrs. S. S. Griffin, Mr. and [joyed the big barbecue and celebra- obtaining a license for 1915 was violating

ADVERTISERS! Mrs. J. H. Vick, Mr. and :Mrs. J. W. I(tidn of the arrival of the Tavares & the state law, though the cus-
1 Gulf railway, where Mr.' Tenny and tom of overlooking the violations fora for display and all ether handset Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Ferris,
advertising mast be handed in at the basins Dr. and :Mrs. Christ, Mr. and Mrs. f Dr. J. H. Ross availed themselves of few weeks after the license becomesdue "
Cee .t the Sentinel net later than 2 p. m. invitation to address
the day Were publication. This rule applies W. E. :Martin, :Mr. and Mrs. E. H. I an the growers has so long prevailed that many
'' to chances for contract advertising it. U Walker and children. R. L. Bunch and I assembled there in regard to the business concerns have become care- f
invariable and will be strictly: adhered to.Subscribers
family, Mrs. O. S. Robinson, :Mrs. J. I citrus canker fight. less about the matter. The prosecu-

: desiring The Seentmel discontinued P. Musselwhite, Mrs. E. A. Thomas, I tion of those failing to obtain license
should notify the office in writing on Mrs. Ben Thrower, _:Mrs. W. T. Walker In every community either the will hardly: be pushed for three or
the date of otherwise it will be
continued at the regular subscription rates Miss Helen Putnam, Miss Sallie morning or afternoon paper leads in four weeks to come, though the coun-
until notice to stop is received Taylor.. Mr. Lloyd S. Tenny J. A. Ab- circulation and in news matter. The ty solicitor can file an information at
berger, J. N. Cheney, G. C. Keller, N. Sentinel easily leads in both in Orlando any time against a concern doing any

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1914. P. Yowell, H. H. Yowell, J. D. Barnes, carrying an average of twiceas business whatever after October 1st f fJ

W. W. Rose, S. J. Sligh, J. T. Hen- much local and county and about without first obtaining the necessary

rt The plane people are the highest dricks, A. D. Arnold, Earl Vick, W. L. three times as much telegraph news license permit /.

fliers these days. Tilden, J. C. Hanna, E. L. Keyes, as any other paper in the field. Don't
o Richard Bunch, Robert McSwlne A. take our word for it. Inspect our NOTICE TO KNIGHTS PYTIIIAS !tI -

4 The war secretaries at least are B. Johnson, C. M. Brodwater, Capt.C. bona fide paid circulation books,meas- 'A

earning their salaries. H. Baker, Sheriff Frank Gordon, ure the columns of local and tele- All members of Welcome LodgeNo. '

o M. C. Broom, J. C. Bass, W. H. Bro- graph news--not miscellaneous clip- 9, Knights of Pythias, are requested -

Time and tide wait for no man, and kaw, J. H. Bear, Capt. J. H. Harris pings-and you can easily determinefor to attend the meeting tonight. I

x therefore are not feminine.By and family, of Winter Park, and the yourself. Without circulation ad- Work in the rank of page and other
o Orlando band. vertising space is without value and. interesting items. OUR
that is why the Sentinel! leads throughits TAILORED
putting rouge on her cheek a MURRY S. KING, C. C.
girl it from TO THE advertising columns as a business
4 keeps being rough. PUBLIC:
I I bringer for the firms using these columns -
/r o for their advertising.A A photograph of the.magnificentdinner HATSWe
Swatting the fliers is a popular We take pleasure in announcingthat I spread at Ocoee's celebration

stunt with the European armies. on Saturday morning, October I yesterday was taken by P. J. Coates, .
-o 3rd we will be ready for business in fine baby girl arrived yesterday Wekiwa's photographer. It would
That ill wind in morning to brighten the home of Attorney -
Europe is not
our quarters, and we trust make a dead man hungry to see that '
n: blowing any good so could noticei and Mrs. Victor Starback.T. I
you you will find everything to your liking spread-if dead men could see-and
have a paramount feeling
i ".' our facilities enlarged and unproved i one look at a photograph of it ought
F. HOURIHAN Licensed
o '- our service better than ever. Conscientious work at fair prices. I''; to be equal to two or three square I that our knowledge of what will
f' Many a summer widower has ample It[ will be our greatest pleasure to Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf meals for a live man.
female assistance in pining for absent have all our new and old facilities for be "au fait" for the coming sea-

vifey.The. service tested and used constantlyand son is being thoroughly appre-
ci frequently by everybody. We
""*-* censors might have done some have thoroughly modernized and improved FOR RENTStore ciated, judging by the numberof

good had they confined themselves to our equipment, facilities and
enquiries and resultant
war poems. furnishings, so that absolutely no fea- pur-

o ture would be lacking to enable us to chases made.
-c Poor old Adam never had an opportunity serve this community in the most effi- Room on Orange Avenue for-

to tell his sons what a good cient and satisfactory manner. merly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn. OUR TAILORED HATS
boy he was. After banking hours Saturday a
o public reception will be held from
certainly, bear the
The Swiss fleet may average up 4 to 6 and in the evening from 7 o 9. Desirable offices, single and en suite. mark of
pretty well with some of the others Music and souvenirs. A cordial wel- dainty exclusiveness-of
after the war.Smokers come extended to all. One room fronting on Orange Avenue. high

o ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO. artistic merit-that the East

keeping the of New imported York factories cigarettes- run-are :Mrs. J. A. Bortree has returned From November 1st, the McIlvaine and West, especially the West,

ning full force. from a pleasant summer vacation residence on Lake Lucerne completely are noted for.

o spent in Pennsylvania, accompaniedby

Beans get another boost as athletic Miss Kate Brady, of Americus, furnished. Our stock this is
diet with Boston winning the National Ga., who will. be her house guest for i season cos-

League pennant. the winter. S.Y.WAYInsurance mopolitan in its great variety.We .
The fellow who goes about with a are proud of our showings.
left last for
Dr. W. C. Person night
eWp on his shoulder usually gets it Waynesville, N. C., being called thereon and Real Estate Agent and ask inspection -without

off his blockhead. account of the illness of his daughter -

o Miss Agnes, who is spending the PHONE 172 placing you under any obliga-
After reading a number of war I
summer there. II tion to purchase.
poems one is convinced that their I
authors would have made better -
blacksmiths. ,-

Another of our more o cheery reflec-
On.ion. Sets
tions in connection with the war is

that practically all the Americans de- Do
You Know the
tained relatives.abroad are somebody's wife's (WHITE AND YELLOW)

With all the earls o dukes, lords, cELROY'S ]PI3.. ..1M& HICKORY

counts, princes, and nobles busy fight- GARTERFor
ing in Europe, there's a great oppor- MIMMIMItllltllMillllMlltlMMIiMHHMIMHIMIMMI

tunity for American young men to
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grab off a few heiresses. l'They


Editor Benjamin of, the Ocala Star .

says he doesn't look like Mutt and are the best and strongest -
threatens to lick the Orlando Sentinelman .
for the allegation. SureSparkman -

is wrong. Mutt is a handsome Once a time Come tomorrow and see the

cuss.-Clearwater Sun. upon goods.

o .
t I -
A censor of war news is a man

who runs a blue pencil through the WITH EVERY

claims of the enemy and inserts a There was an alarm clock who wanted to When he was dead sure he could make PURCHASE OF

0 yellow exaggeration here and there in get up in this world. a clean sweep, he hung out his single and GARTERS A
the claims of his own country.Loufsville -
Courier-J ournal.o So he had himself fitted with a regular bid for business. SCHOOL TABLET'

watch escapement, a light-running motor, GIVEN AWAY
Out of an original purchase of a Today there are three and a half million
selective ann calls and large
dozen watches, made when he was a
young telegraph operator, the late winding keys. names on his calling list-he's got the big- Prices 15c. 20c. and 25c. pair

Richard W. Sears of built in the alarm clock business.
Chicago up Then gest practice
so they could see him in the dim
the great mail order business which
yielded him a fortune of 25000000. morning light, he ordered himself a His name is BIG BEN, the best over-

The opportunity still) exists for the great big white dial and large, Hack, sleep insurance that anyone can buy.
"man with an idea," even though it is
clean-cut hands. Sold by
not a revolutionary idea.-New York

. Editor Benjamin of the Ocala Staris

Jeff prejudiced pictures on against account the of the Mutt resem-and : f

lando blance Sentinel.the former bears to him.-Or- DICKSON YES CO.f I

There are some things too grievousto
be borne. In spite of the state law

against it, we do. hereby challenge T.H.vansthcJewelerOPPOSITE DEPARTMENTAL
Hugh Oeala Sparkman Star. to mortal combat.-

t But we are willing to apologizeto I FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
Mutt. If the apology is not acceptable I POSTOFFICfeEXPERT --,

come over to the meeting of

,the Lake Region Press Association I REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING ,
October 7th and we will fight it + IIMIMIIIIMiiMHIimtMIIIHIHHIIMM9MH4ii
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Mr. and Mrs. Gex T. Barr and children 1111 MI 11 M 111II11 M 111 MJJFAVORTE "THE GIRL OF THE WHISPERING ft* 0 Js:
, returned from Greenville PINE" APPEARS AT OPERA IF
have ;)
S. C., and are again occupying their THEATRE

) THE TUNER Lake Dot cottage. They are being four acts of special scenery,
warmly welcomed by many friends.Mr. Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. and a most capable cast. "The Girl ofthe
Ca .UNDO, FLA. Whispering Pine" company will How to Prove
Seth Woodruff is wearing a Admission 5 cents appear at the Opera House, for one
deeper smile these days which was performance, Saturday night next. that a
Attorney John C. Jones left The production is indeed a splendidone
yester- brought about by the handsome Hud- 11111111111111111111111111TODAY'S and the cast.a most capable one, Fountain Pen
. afternoon for DeLand on legal son "six" that he is now driving. The PROGRAM with such well known stars as Miss

=mess.Judge. San Juan Garage has the agency for Helen Douglas, Mr. Sherman L.Jones, Won't Leak
Miss Edna Mr. Geo. Prince, and
these 101 Bison. The Lamb the Wo- Real
T. P. Warlow spent yester- cars. man, the Wolf." A Western melodrama others.: The play is a graphic storyof TOOK* at the feed tube. Ifitsenr.ed-
day afternoon in DeLand' returninglast Mr. Donald Fly and Mr. RalphTwitchell in three parts. Produced by Allan that beautiful "whispering pine" The- like Parker the Parker-the Lucky Carre Pen Feed wont Tube leak:

night. of Winter Park, spent Duane. Played by Pauline Bush andJ. country, a land where passions, impulses mtkt ImtUt tk. ktrnl,causing Capillary -
yes- M. MacQuarrie. and motives inspire men and Attraction. This draws ink out
:Mr. Frank D. Moses, of Trenton, terday in Orlando. Mr. Twitchell will women deep in the heart of nature. of you feed turn tube pen as picture That the instant why

N. J., is in Orlando today a guest at again be connected with Architect The play is under the personal direction Parkers won't leak.
the San J can. King's office, having returned from Mr. George B. Patterson, of Orlando of the author, Mr. Sherman L. feed Ordinary tubes fountain in which pen ink hare Mays straight, em
the North a few days Fla., who spent the summer at Jones who appears as "Steve Par- when pen is point up. Air inside of
ago. "
Winder- ker. The stage settings are beautiful yen.ezpandingfromheatofonrbody,
Mr. J. C. Palmer, one of _
Margo Terrace left Asheville last and a full production is carried. @ force this ink out onto end of pen.
mere's sterling citizens: is spending Mrs. D. C. Thompson, accompaniedby Standard style Parker Lucky Curve '
week for where he has Pine"company
Philadelphia, "The Girl of the Whispering .1j
Pens $1.50 to$250.00 according to size ',
today in Orlando.Mr. her daughter Miss Ruby Thompson entered the University of Pennsylvania. was booked to appear at r. and ornamentation. ,)I,i
; returned to Orlando yesterday Titusville, but owing to the fact that N.w Parks Jack Koif Safety P.a
R. S. Hall, a prominent bankerof Mr. Patterson was a member of
afternoon after spending some time the theater stage is not ample to cannot leak if it tries. You can even
Tallahassee, spent yesterday in the class of 1914 of the Asheville play the attraction, the date was carry it *tU /-... Prices $2.50 up.
Arkansas and at
at Springs, ,
Orlando on business. school, graduating with first honors. switched to Orlando, so the theater I
some of the northern cities. -Asheville Citizen. going public can rest assured that
Miss Fannie Robinson left yester- they will see one of the most clever JIKERtUCKURYE
Mr. Jas. L. Giles has just receivedone
day for Arkansas where she will visit Mrs. LeRoy Giles has returned to productions Saturday night next that H
of the prettiest cars ever broughtto
has appeared South in many seasons.
relatives and friends. her home in Orlando after a brief
Orlando. It is a six cylinder Na-, This company is booked ahead to play
Mrs. J. S. Window left yesterdayfor tional and was purchased through the 1 visit in Jacksonville with her parents, the leading cities of the United States LIAI PEN ,
Mr. and Mrs. Montcalm Broward, and will no doubt have a record
her home in Miami, having spent San Juan Garage, who have the I
while en route home from the mountains breaking season. I U New Parker Dbapp.ariaa Clio
several weeks in Orlando.Mr. agency for that car in this section.Mr. holds onto your pocket
where she has been spendingthe like a snapping turtle j 3
J. W. Prentiss, one,of Kissimmee's and Mrs. H. J. Baker and Mrs. summer. Mr. Giles spent the YOUNG LADY would like reasonable and JUtpp*... into its 41
leading citizens, was among the A. J. Nye returned last night from week end in Jacksonville with his board in country. Would prefer shell when you want to '
in the
other young people family. write.
visitors in Orlando yesterday.Miss Rochester, N. Y., where they had beento w Times-Union. Write Box 792, Orlando, Fla. 1-3t Money refunded if Bilk
the remains of Mr. C. B. Parker Pen doesn't
Cone who has been convey
Ollie Dr. J. H. Ross, one of Florence please. We j
spending the summer in Asheville, Nye, who died a couple of weeks ago Villa's most prominent and influential First class Brazing a specialty at dealer. protect i
in Tampa, to their final resting place. Warman's Repair Shop o t Court St.
N. .returned home yesterday.Mr. citizens, was in Orlando yesterday 25tf.illllllillMMtiiillllll. Get a leakless Parker Fen Into:SearpQckel
Russell Cay, traveling repre- : Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr's studio, attending a meeting of the Florida tonight. j

sentative of the Florida Grower, was 231 Pine street, will be open on Monday C>)wers' and Shippers' League. Dr. n

in Orlando yesterday from Tampa. morning at nine o'clock. Mr. Ross was charmed with Orlando and JI
I Carr will be pleased to consult with we refrain from printing the many Allen&CoJewelers

Bishop and Mrs. Cameron Mann returned and arrange hours for those who contemplate nice things he said about this sectionfor

last evening from London,I I having lessons in voice cul fear of them falling under the McCULLOCU'S U I ILI
England, where they have spent I ture. eye of some of his Polk county

last two months.Mr. friends.Mr. .
Mr. L. B. Skinner, manufacturer of
Walter Sweat, a former'Orlan-I the orange washing machine which W. J. Edwards, inspector of Department Store;' Reliable Repairing Dlb.

do boy, left yesterday on the after- bears his name, was in Orlando from citrus fruits for this district, with

noon train for Arcadia, where he is I Dunedin, attending a meeting of the headquarters in Ocala, spent yester-

now making his home. I Florida Growers' and Shippers' day in this section. He left last night =! 'OCl.C; ; !]

Mr. J. B. Doerr; foreman of the J League which was in session here yes- for Marion county, as he said there Jelly Tumblers |

Seaboard shops, has returned to Or- i terday. was nothing doing in the shippingline

lando after enjoying a month's vaca- Miss Madeline Hill, accompaniedby and that he was going where his & ; ;; ;;;;; :

tion in Hot Springs, Arkansas.Mr. 'I her mother, :Mrs. F. M. Hill, of pers services here were are in not demand.anxious"The to market ship- Fruit Jars ; ; '

Thos. Brodwater, of the Orlando Narcoossee, Fla., stopped for a short
their fruit and I don't blame
I now
State bank, returned to Orlando [time in Orlando yesterday afternoon
them," he added.
yesterday afternoon from Chicago, j returning from the wedding of :Miss all kindsPreserving r
Polish Your Silver
where he has been spending some Mabel Hand, of Sanford, well known :
in Orlando.
time.Miss: Louise Allen returned to Orlando I: : Wrights Silver Cream Electro-Sili-i
Mr. L. D. Jones ;
yesterday afternoon from an I No doubt over half of the peopleof Kettles I' .i
the Citrus Exchange with headquarters Orlando have enjoyed this great
extended trip of two months through : con. :
Ii! in story during its in the
Tampa, came up yester- appearance
Canada and many of the Northern Cosmopolitan. In fact thousands of I f
day and drove out to Ocoee with :Mr.
cities. I I A. B. Johnson to participate in the I II country its readers pronounced throughout it as the being entire the- South Orange Avenue Pick Your Teeth

Capt. R. W. Belo and Mrs. Belo, of I I celebration of the completion of the best story published in many years.

Winston-Salem, N. C., arrived yes- T. & G: railroad to that point. Think of seeing such a story portrayed 11111111 111111 i 1111111 il
terday on the afternoon train, and, in every detail and with such ------ -------- With the Gold Medal Toothpicks :|
will take up their residence at the Mr. J. W. Sample one of the state's people as Jack Conway" playing the :
role of 'Billy Robers, and Myrtle i
Wyoming.Rev. I leading and successful horticulturists, Stedman as "Saxon. May we add VENEER CORESALL
divided his time between Orlando and that Miss Stedman is admittedly one
C. B. Weatherell arrived in i I|Ocoee yesterday. He attended a session of the greatest screen actresses of the LENGTHS AND ANY Potted Plants Cut Flowers Funeral f y
Orlando yesterday afternoon on the QUANTITY ,
day. You absolutely deprive yourselfof
of the Florida Growers' and
Tampa Special from New York to I exceptional entertainment if you Special prices for October. Decorations.
take charge of the Christian Alliance Shippers' League in this city and then miss his production. Always remem- Stock up before cold weather. Designs, Wedding I
drove out to Ocoee to attend the cele- ber that when its a Paramount Pro FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND .
church in this city. bration. duction it is the best that can be se- Also r w 3
The San Juan Garage, whose ad- cured. "Paramount" on a picture
means the same'as "sterling" on. sil THE SANITARY GROCERY
Mr. A. the talented
vertisement appears in another col-i I e_ Edgar_ ,_ __ Wright. ver. Orlando Wood Yard I : .s
of the Sentinel has sold 'editor of the Florida Grower Tampa,
umn County 'I CARUTHERS & GORE :
i I B. W.
Kingsley Proprietor
Solicitor W. L. Tilden one of their was among the prominent Floridians Eat what you want.
Hudson "big six" cars. I I honoring Orlando with his presence Eat all you want. Telepkone 344 R. R. Phone 200 :
Take and it.
postscript forget
Mr. J. Clifford Fuller arrived in Orlando I and the next Mr. issue Wright of visited his sprightly Ocoee For sale a by all druggist3.17d&wlyr 9-30 6 & 8 E. Pine Street :.

last form New York I 11111 11111 II II I 11"11111111111111111111111111 ,,
night city periodical will tell his readers of the 4111111 till 11111 11111 11111 II 11111 -"

and will spend some days here look-II I wonders of grand old Orange county. T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. F Fi
ing after his extensive citrus indus- Conscientious work at fair prices. IIIIIMMillMI Mll MMMlilMIMIHIIIlilMj< i I

try in Orange county.Mr. i I Mr. A. W. Mason, familiarly knowni Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf "

i by his friends as HDell,".was i
:i i many
: J. H. Hudnall, a former well
lin Orlando last night from Winter OlllliMMIIillMIIIIIIIMT.F.
known business man of this city, but E
- j Park, where he arrived a day or two .
cow making his headquarters in Bos- HOURIHAN
Mr. Mason has been playing .
ton, is in Orlando today in the inter- I i
ball this season with the Montreal
est of a wholesale shoe house. I I Licensed Plumber and
:[I aggregation but will now devote his '. i
Sanitary Engineer
Mr. Raymond Lockhart the affable
I time to his automobile business in
general manager of the Orlando Nov- Collegetown. Estimates Furnished. Jobbing i

elty Works, is the envy of his many :'I Promptly Attended to.
friends. He is driving a dandy fifty AN EXPERIENCED YOUNG MAN PHONE 629

horse power Columbia automobile.Eat dress wants G. M.position Arie, chauffeur.10-2-2t Ad- 106 Court Street 19 15 Hudson "40" Here I

all you want. We insure your lire and loan YOU ORLANDO, FLORIDA I! t
Eat what you want. money on real estate at 6 per cent. t it
Take a postscript and forget it. I interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., 4-al-lm !
For sale by all druggists. : Curry Building, Tampa, Fla. MIHIIIIIIIIIIIMMIIM. i
$ ,550
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will have a new Touring Car on display in our

Orange Avenue windows Monday, and a Roadster in oversold the output by over 3,000

= .about twoOverland weeks-

cars last year.




Model 80 I 3

The Willys-Overland Co. have contracte to deliver 75,000 cars in the season, making San Juan G Out .C oi

them the second largest car producers in the world. Large volume like this surely ge

carries a corresponding share of real merit.



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'UNDER A VOLCANO PEOPLE'S WANTS FOR housekeeping RENT-Furnished suite of large for light airy JL/uixibex% La-ths and Shingles

r rooms with all modern conveniences.
Close in. 312 N. Main. 6-30-6t
FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with
A Town That Lives In Perennial Nodoaa e:, Let, Waniwl. I'er SaJ* F.r garage; elegantly furnished; on
neat etfc. for this column tor for one .t+y. Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox.
Dread of Extinction. toe for three,daya,"er ILo for oi. ,beet for 8-27-tf
25 words ur... Money moat axnunj
the 'adwUMmaata for thin column a* oowlH TREES FOR SALE .-

b. mad on credit. ..
The Terra Ceia Nurseries have for
sale the Walters (Florida Standard) ORLANDO
FOR SALE-Five gallon nickel plated variety of grapefruit, from one to
a Solemn Spectacle For the Dwell- coffee urn, as good as new, at a three years old, budded on three to
era |In thO Shadow of the Gloomy bargain. M. C. Broome, Box 573. four years old rough lemon roots;
Peak When "Old Faithful" Explodes 9-2S-6t and the Heart's Tardiff orange one

as It Does Regularly One a Year. FOR,SALE-One or both of a team rough year old lemon buds roots.on three All in years first class old Royal Cement, Aflatite Plaster and Perfection lime

of black mares, weight 1100 and condition.
It Js singular how Indifferent to a
1200., Good drivers, single or double.C. TERRA CEIA NURSERIES

persistently beluga ger Is can of become a threatened deadly even nature danger when and the human dan-may 9-18-tf. E. Enlow, Winter Park, Fla. Correspondence.Terra C.solicited.Rowell Ceia,Florida.J. Manager.. .111':1111111111111,111' : ::::::: : : :::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

imperil their very lives. Harry H. FOR SALE-Good driving horse will
Dunn In the Montreal Herald and work anywhere; new one-horse -
Star tells of a case in which a whole Macey wagon. Quick sale. Apply ROY H. BARNARDHas E-USJ: : ESS
townfol of people lie under the con- Magnolia House, corner of South and
stant threat of extinction by a volcano. Boone streets. 9-24-6t opened an automobile repair shopat
The roof of the little boxllke hotel in 17 Hughey street. If you want
ColIma. capital of the state of Colima.. FOR SALE-Seven room house; 2 1-2 good service and reasonable rates call
acres best garden land; 125 small and see him. Also Overland Hudson
la water Mexico in a vain was effort freshly to drenched fight off some with budded orange trees. Inquire L. Box and Chalmers livery service. Important friendships result from the right introduction, and ; ;; ;
671, y. 9226tFor Phone 646. 6-26-6t
of September's beat. I think there were
eighteen of us gathered there in the Sale-Silver Cluster Grape most important ones come through the right banking con- ; ;; ;

cool gray night. The almost silent Fruit and Valencia late orange buds. LIST YOUR PROPERTYwith nections. Association is the keynote of all business i
town lay like a black and white check- Vigorous stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2 success. :: :
erboard at our feet. old.9232m me now, while I have the timeto "
Twenty miles away.across a valley years H. C. McDANIEL.FOR look it over and familiarize myself invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter- i ;; ;

still green with the rains of summer with the talking points. I made the
rose a conical mountain almost soli SALE BY OWNER largest number of sales last winter est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
and to do even better this win- ClLtt-fc
tary. Even b7'night it looked sinister; About 2,000 acres of good farmingand expect *
fruit land in one solid tract, within ter. My prospects are beginnig to arrive -
It terrible with Its
by day was barren
five miles of Orlando. An ideal and it might cause you to losea
i lava coated sides its gas exuding cone place to colonize. For particulars sale by putting it off. Call todayat BANK & TRUST CO.CLOTHING
shunned the vultures which
even by address "A," care Sentinel. 9-27-6t my new offices in the Watkins .
haunted mountain and plain. It was building and list your property.
the volcano of Collma. the "Old Faith I.WHITE LEGHORNS FOR SALE-A WALTER W. ROSE,
ful" of craters which explodes regu- few pure s. c. White Leghorns Real Estate. Phone 555.
larly once a ,-('urnd It was almost stock chickens and a few splendid 1111:1111'11111111111111111:1:1:1/111:11/1:1/11:1:1tt: : } ::: ::

due for uu .xhil it1un. young cockerels. Bred to lay strain.
"He should begin droned the J. W. Gaines, R. F. D. No. 1. 9-27-3t
5-TOURIST TRAINS5FROM M"'11.-III III 11IIM( r.111-111111111
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hotel keeper., maybe"Maybe not for today a week, maybe but tomorrow it FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine iiiittiilHimilMtia . MUM .. . . ; ; . . ..

hammock land; eight in grove; the NORTH AND WEST
is the middle of September and it Is
his time. present crop of oranges will be from
750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, "DIXIE FLYER"
The old man had scarcely finished ready for setting-10 acres in lake "DIXIE LIMITED"
when a bubble black as night, crowded one and quarter miles from Apopka. "SEMINOLE LIMITED""MONTGOMERY
itself out of the broken end of the Price $5,000. Address W. H., Box ROUTE" .
mountain. which we knew was a pot of 178, Orlando Fla. 9-23-tf "SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED"
molten stone twenty miles away. Th3
bubble, so dark that we could see >it FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. Pullman Cars from Chicago St. .
plainly swelled like a growing puffball Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas- Louis, Cincinnati points,to Louisville Jacksonville, and Fla.intermediate Our new stock ofWinter
and then. pushed out from below rose tle. 9-18-tf
like with Incredible I DINING CARS
. a giant umbrella
speed into the sky. Behind it came a FOR SALE OR RENT-House I Via
straight tubular column of smoke such with all conveniences; unfurnished at I ATLANTIC COAST LINE

smoke as that of which the bubble was able 106 West to small Concord family.Ave.Also; price on reason-second Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. i| | Fall and Clothing |

made, black and thick and ominous. floor of 201 West Concord Ave., a G. KIRKLAND, D.P.A.
Up up up rose the bubble riding it suite of three rooms with bath and Hillsboro Hotel Tampa Fla.
seemed on the column below It. It ap- toilet.: This suite is arranged for A. W. FRITOT D.P.A.
peared to hang like: a huge blanket a all 138 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
light housekeeping furnished two
thousand feet in the heavens; then additional rooms might be arrangedfor Made by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in
slowly, like Rome great octopus feeling if desired. See Wm. L. Coryelel, ,
its way along the bed of the st'a. the 201 West Concord Ave. 9-23-6t

,bubble. Probably flattened it and moved began miles to spreadout. every (Concord Avenue is o be paved). G.CO ; and we are anxious for you to see our

minute, but it was far away and so FOR RENT

by monstrous ordinary that standards.we could not Judge it FOR RENT-Two rooms for light Insect Killer Will i New Styles, and high class tailoring. Best

It seemed that the town below us housekeeping with all modern con- Rid
heaved a long sigh. The thing for veniences. Inquire 312 E. South St. i i place in the city to buy clothing.
which its ten or twelve thousand in- 9-25-6t
of all insects.
Your house
habitants had been waiting was about
to happen. The mighty drama was FOR RENT
Rooms for light housekeeping; modern Quarts 35c. Gallon $1.00
about to be enacted before their eye,
up to date; furnished or unfur-
as It was before the Spanish"conquis.- W. M. SLEMONS
nished Lucerne Circle with
tadores ; on ; garden For sale by
set foot on Mexican soil. Yet fruit and flowers. See J. F.
to them the spectacle was ever exciting Watkins. 9-24-tf .
for its end might be death mightbe Carruthers & Gore
destruction of their town as It'had FOR RENT-Six rooms for light
teen the destruction of the many small. housekeeping. Furnished or unfurn- .111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 111111111111111111"
er towns clustered more closely round ished. Apply 409, DeLaney Street. "IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.I"flllll'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'11111., ,11111111111111111

the skirts of the gloomy peak. 9-22-tf. NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet

The roofs filled with people. Here potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. tllllllllllllllllllllllllill"llr."II'Oia rtJI..e <>l II'IIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIII.
and there a woman screamed; many. MISCELLANEOUS Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant .. ,. 18..1&.1. .
both men and women prayed; querulous Co.. Apepka, Fla. 5-24-tf
cries and questions from childrenrose
,on the night air, and the bells in WANTED TO HIRE Who is your painter and decorator? nfiwftt
the churches began to ring, slowly at Man and wife to work orange grove. [[f you are satisfied keep the one you .P'
Box 396, Orlando. 9-27-6t have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican.
first and then more rapidly as the fire '
No. s. G. 1-20-tf
god began to play about the crest of WANTED-Young lady to work in
Colima. dry goods store. W. Mr Slemons. I
Like a waterspout on the crest of a 6-30-2t I Were
lofty roller at sea. the smoke column They
and Its spreading top rested for a mo- GOOD TABLE BOARD with rooms The Cathedral SchoolORLANDO. I
ment on the volcano and then with a at 305 South Liberty street. 27-6t

thunderous outrush of air. which must
have been heard for at least a hundred WANTED-400 sour orange400 FLORIDA
miles. vanished into thin air. A col- grapefruit stock 2 or 3 years old; (Formerly known a. FeU.CUrk School)
must be thrifty, good. State pricein be
umn of fire took their place. Address "
reply. "Grower care of REOPENS OCTOBERA
t No ordinary fire was this. No flame Sentinel. __ 9-19-Gtd&w
ever kindled by human hands burnedso Boarding and Day School for Glrl_
white as that tower of luminous bits POSITION WANTED-Young mar- Regular and Special Course*-Primary.
Intermediate and Academic Grade.Ma.ieArtEloe.tioaPhysical *-
of lava and sand and stone and super- ried man of good habits, refined and Culture Came to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of
heated gases that shot upward from well educated, would like to take -DelDntk Science-Admirable Situationand their home be attractive and comfortable,
wanted to
the mouth of the crater.I charge of orange grove. Thorou'hlycompetent Surrounding*-Climate Healthful four or five rooms. They :
Careful Home Life Teacher.-
gazed at it spellbound as the light and reliable. Two years' Low Ratea.RCT. yet the amounf ol money which they had available for the furnishing of their

of day spread round all over the valley experience Address in N Southern, Box 178 California.Sentinel. Roderick P. Cobb Buhop Mann. home made expensive peices prohibitive.
and the city. A constant roar came Rector. President.
with our
considerable time us looking through
96.3t.FURNISHED They
from the volcano a roar so insistent .
so monotonous that I could not hear ROOMS-An excel- We offered a lew suggestions and gave them some new ideas. 'i

what the old hotel keeper who stood at lent location. Apply 418 South Lake much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of
my elbow was saying. I bent my ear St. 9-23-pm Dudley Matthews
should want.
to him and beard: "Not so bad as last thought they
year. Mayhap we shall not be harmed. POSITION WANTED-By well edu- After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doingthe
cated man, as chauffeur. Temperate ARCHITECTURAL AND GENERAL ,
honest with their appropriation they came back and placed their or-
and industrious::; careful best possible
Too ftdaet. driver. If you have work for a DRAFTING.Blue .
Sir W. S. Gilbert's own of his of these der us.This
story man qualifications address
Printing and Map Work. Pat- of hundreds of homemakers whom we are
is example
first experience as a playwright is in- Chauffeur care Sentinel. 9-22-6t ent office drawings show cards, and a typical

structive. He took his maiden attempt general commercial art. Perspective pleasing.; :
f to a manager who read it carefullyand BOARD AND ROOMS-House newlv in color or flat washes. We an extensive stock of serviceable, attractive homefurnishings'grading :
offered to accept It. "Now. said furnished and remodeled. Northern -
he to the overjoyed dramatist "whatdo cooking. $5 and $6 per week. 12YowellDuckworth from the lowest priced which are cood, to the very best. Your appro-

Excellent location. Magnolia House Building home be anything from $175 tOIccoor more
you expect me to pay you for this? corner South and Boone streets. Mrs. priation for furnishing your may
The young author not liking to be Marie Lewis manager. 9-4-1m PHONE 54Z -you can make the most ol it with us.
too forward modestly suggested 30 9-lo-dAwtf

guineas. The manager Immediately FOR SALE-A No. 1 saddle
mare -- -- -----
wrotc out a check for the desired
horse. Address
or buggy care
amount and. presenting It to Gilbert, Wright's, Box 567. 9-2-tf Wool
Wood WoodExcellent
said: "Younc maru let me give you a Kincaid & SnowdenFurniture
word of advice. Never sell so good a SIDEBOARDSFor

play for such a small amount again." sale at once. Large sized. Good Core Pine Wood Sup
Y condition. Telephone 370. 9-29-tf

.;. A Curious TriaL DELIVERY BOY plied in any quantity
The records of Kirby Matzeard ol Character at Popular Prices
wanted Dickson-Ives Co.
church in Yorkshire. England. at.once. ,
dry roods dept. 9-29-tf -
tion a curious trial which took place in SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida

,the churcb In the,seventeenth century. TWO COWS for sale one of them STRANDS OR MORE Cor. Main ,

,A out woman of the was churchyard tried for,stealing Her defensewas a skull Jerseys.has a young W. A.calf Branner with,her.Maitland Both, u \\\\,ril t\ ; \} -;& \" !" \!! '" t_' :: : :*! : : : I: I-M-::: i k

that she --E
tuulio: the skull to put under Fla 9-29-4t --- -- --- ---
the pillow uf sleepless friend as ELDREDGE BARLOWTelephone -------- -- Furnished room hunters are com- FOR SALE
a <*h.- rm to make her sleep. She was WANTED TO BUY chickens, laying: Don't wait for every one In town to
reprimanded and urdered. to put the hens. Phone 446, or call on Mrs. have Entrican the painter, before ing to Orlando every day looking for
skull back. W. L. Burnett, 4th floor, room 10,. 375 Am too busy to look you comfortable places to stay; that's Nursery stock one, two, three and

3 .I Yowell-Duckworth Bldg. 9-29-3t South Street, near A. C. L. you try.Phone 636, and"I win be on the120ti why yon should insert an ad. in our four year old-'buds; Foster Early

GaIn has oft with treacherous hopes :WANTED TO EXCHANGE a large,i fob up. want ad. column-it p ys. Pineapple, Java, Homosassa,.Wash'

Jed rv* rnln.: .-Sophocles. i Shetland pony for a larger horse. Tracks ington Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kai

i avenue Reel's Steam, or phone Laundry 654., 814 N. Orange 9-29-tf. 9-1-lm Don't forget the Sentinel want ads. Read the Sentinel want ads. Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf

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TAFT ITEMS This paper has repeatedly stated Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's }} } I " _. ."M'T'TMtmillll_ ._.,.. ICIIIIIIIIIIIIIMI _1i
that it will do no good to ask the Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf i
Taft Fla., Sept. 30.-Miss Lillie editor to suppress news of a legiti- a
Ferryman of Boggy Creek, spent mate character. He is selling the ...
Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
the week end with friends here. paper for the news and advertisingthat J
is the kind you want. Where to get

a David sort The all of of youngsters Richardson the epidemic boys are of of is- sore laid Taft afflicted- eyes.up are entirely.His with having Nearly -it.-. Subscribe is in it for and The nothing Daily else.Sentinel. That's easy, phone 636. 1-20-tf W. T. 8 BE PREPARED FOR COLD WEATHER\ I J

eyes are so bad that he can hard- IMMMMMIIIillfflllllMHIililiiiMIMIMMtttMtMPackers
ly see to move around or feed him-

self.Mrs.. W. E. Murphy has returned f Th H Bola Pa kin C I
:from her visit with her daughter.Mrs. !
Baggerly, at Tampa. This cool spell reminds us that it will not be || ;
from the "ranch"
AL Ellison, on
Tanner lake,was in town Monday and long before cold weather will be here. Are you 1
took. the train for the North.

ing John business Hill in spent Orlando.W. Monday. transact- and Shippers of Citrus ready for it or will you wait until arrivesj-Before:

G. Sphaler is building an annex
to the postoffice building for offices Fruits and Vegetables. you have thatGas]
and mercantile purposes. His busi-
ness is increasing faster than he can I will operate alone under above name and shall ap-
build to cover it. Let 'er boom. preciate the business of all who have and any who have
At last are having plenty of
not patronized me in the last three years. For informa-
rain but we are not "all under wa-
ter." Our ditches carry away all the tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossingof HeaterPUT
surplus-just enough left to make Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure

crops grow nicely, and they all look building, which I am equipping with :Mauld's latest ma-

fine.Miss chinery and can consequently give you same service
Dora Tanner, of Orlando, wasa
which has always spoken for itself.
Sunday guest of Mrs. D. B. Spha- IN ? *
ler and others. :My efforts will be to sell all possible before resortingto ;

Miss Hattie Hileman of Orlando, distribution. s
is visiting at the home of Miss Den-
. nis. Miss Hileman is recovering from W. A. DADE, Gen. Manager. Better "prepare for war in time of peace"
a siege of slow typhoid.
Assistant Postmaster J. F. Harrington 9-18-2 m and have it put in now as we will be rushed when
is on the sick list the past

week. IMiaMIIIMMIIMMCtSflCSSCMMICIMMIiillllMflittSPRAY M: that cold wave comes. '
Alden Sphaler left Monday morn- .
ing to take a special course in his .. I 1111 II 1..1 III II tt II 1I11I 111111111111111 fI I:
studies at the Orlando high school.

Miss Hester Hobson spent Sundayin NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE J: -



Chicago, Sept. 30.-H. B. Threal Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale Rust Mite '. \
president of the Pain Fire Works Dis- and Red Spider that i U hit. Removes sooty mold [ \
play company of America, and two . . '":
employes were killed here today in a and insures! healthy trees and bright. fruit. Septem- \ II. 11'1 .11111111111 i II I 1111t t It 1lllIlllll t. il iil l ltiil, ,
per and uctober are two 01 the best months lor
fire which destroyed the company'sbuilding.
Two missing employes also spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents in- WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
are believed to have lost their lives. sects from sapping trees all winter, and brings them
The victims had scarcely a chanceto out in a good healthy condition in the spring thus
stir out of their tracks so rapidlydid insuring a good healthy growth and bloom. OPTICAL REPAIRING $8 Charleston and Return $8
explosions follow the flames. The

north wall of a nearby eight-story : J. SCHNARR & CO., Orlando, Florida. VIA
building was blown in, causing a pan-
ic among the occupants, who, how- : Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure the White Fly e-
ever, reached the pavement safely. : Fungi. 9-9 D. andY 2-M ; Clyde Line"First
Across the street similar scenes .
were witnessed when flaming debris inilMIHtltllMMMitliMIIIMItlllllllllllllllM DR. L H. RAMS DELL
shot by the explosions shattered the : OPTOMETRIST
windows but there was no loss of (Successor to Dr. O. P. LUdnc) Class, Meals and Berth Included
life. Monetary damage is estimatedat I ORLANDO. FLORIDA .'

$50,000. $j juron %th4ret .
UNDISPUTED FACTIt This special rate good on any of the Company's

Do You Want a Good steamers August 22nd to October 17th

is an undisputed and unchal- inclusive.
lenged fact that a Sunday paper is THE MARKETOf Home in the Country ?
acknowledged the best advertising Return ]Limit 10 Days
medium in existence. Every successful -
advertiser concedes this, so if you Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville
make your wants known through the every
Daily Sentinel on Sunday morningyou AND SALT MEATS Our list contains some very at- Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
will the harvest. Guaranteed -
reap tractive both in
propositions city and
larger circulation in Orlando FISH AND GAME
than any other paper printed. Kept under the best sanitary conditions. country property. And we will be IJFor reservations and further particulars apply to .

thewant Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh pleased to submit them to you.
Don't neglect to take a look at and H. G. WENZEL, Fla. Pass. Agent 4
ads. pure. To those who have property to sell
We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have 122 W. St.
RARE BARGAINS everything in the Meat Line. or to rent, we invite you to call at JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 3

our office and list withus. .1
Don't be deceived. Seeing is be your property
lieving. The best man to buy real The PARLOR MARKET The same courteous treatment :
estate of is the man that has actual GOOD PRINTINGWe
experience in the cultivation of truck H. M. Self & Co. that has marked all of our business OSTEOPATHY
farm, and citrus fruit lands, and
knows what land is when se sees it. are in a better position than f
dealings will be extended to you. ever to give you the best in -
There is a man of that kind in Or- very
lando. Have him show you.' Owner's PINE STREET printing, as we have a large plant DR. J. C .HOWELL

.- boosting.prices on all property; no padding or Phone No. 80'ADVERTISE" Cooper Atha and equipped the very with latest all modem in type machinery faces. If, Hours 10-12. 3-5, and by appointment 7, :.
F. G. AENOLD. you are now numbered with our customers : No extra charge for house treatment
Second Floor. Room L we need no introduction; if 7
114 Sooth Orange Art, Ground Flaw Telephone connections i
Telephone Exchange-Bldg. you are not, then we would appreciate
9-26-6t w Orlando Fla. Phone No.311 the'opportunity to: prove to you Office cor. Orange mad Central AT**. ;
[ M THE SENTINEL FOR l RESULTS S that we are producers of Quality !

Don't overlok- the. want;: ads.; -' ; .. ... .# Get the news in the Sentinel first. Printing.THE SENTINEL, Phone 24. Get the news lath,Sentinel first.
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i ''I 4 P I ( .L I Ii I stinted praise for their musical abil-

number of interesting addresseswere

made in the afternoon, detailed
mention of which would occupy too

much space, and the speeches were :.;{j-;' ;. ;' : :P1! :: !

upon timely topics and were listened

I to with great interest by hundreds. : : ,
Hon. A. B. Newton, of Winter Gar-
'- I den, representative-elect from Orange ...<' ... .'.' .
MUNITIONS OF BUSINESS county and the next speaker of the .. ':. -: : 3
I Florida house of representatives, introduced 5
4 rUl
Munitions of business, like munitions of the speakers and made an ,

war, must be produced and stored in times: of I able'presiding officer. j : DO ''YOU JDr.RSTAND .
The. Tavares &. Gulf railway runs i
plenty against the hour of stress and need.
from Tavares, the county seat of
Setting aside a surplus fund from one's Lake county, to Ocoee, through one .: How you can personally be benefit- ?

monthly business profit0 !s the safe way to pro- of the most fertile sections of Florida \ ted by the
accruing to
and the extension from Winter : .
vide for unseen circumstances.Our .
Garden to Ocoee opens up to he road too commmunity by : ;
Certificates of Deposit offer a safe, around Ocoee one of the best fruit ..
convenient of doing this-and they earn and vegetable sections of the state.
r way : i
; .' 4 cent. interest. In connection with the extension to The Federal Reserve Act ?
Ocoee, President Chas. Tremain of
the Tavares & Gulf, talked interest- .
\, ingly yesterday to a Sentinel repre- :j .. Call, telephone or write and we will

The State Bank of Orlando sentative about the road's new gen- .: mail our bookIet--justJ out--wbicb :

eral manager, Mr. J. Ralph Peebles, '.
and his rapid work on the extension.Mr. explains this act tully and clearly ;:

Peebles is an experienced railwayman
having been connected with the 1
Seaboard and other large railway ;

systems. Mr. Tremain had never met ..
him until last summer in New York, ":;" .'<.., .. ',"
where he was so well pleased with .
the wonderful amount of energy he % 1t':: :: il
seemed to have, that he engaged him .

GERMAN SHIPS BOMBARD A German in the torpedo harbor yesterday.boat destroyersank Ap- as manager of the Tavares & Gulf| : .. _' .. '. ... '-- .. _, _.... .
of the .. ..
Mr. Tremain's estimate man . ". ,. ., "" -
parently this ship was not in action. the .. .. -4. .. : '-
has proven correct through rapid .0'

4 ar JAP LAND FORCESAEROPLANES the From German other destroyer sources. it was is stated sunk that by and built energetic the Ocoee manner which On he has the :1 0: 1'f: r"f ; '''1 Ii 0" T;

Japanese siege guns.It I 16th of August Mr. Peebles was given :.. ... W1t;;
AIDED IN DI- was officially that announced late mine this.authority to go ahead and build the .: ,, E .' '. ;:: .. :, :-. c. ; '" _'. ; ..', :. .:. '. : '
afternoon a Japanese
extension. He was given to under-

RECTING-THE FIRE SHIPS SROM killed sweeper and was six damaged injured., one man being I stand that it would be pleasing to the : : ':!:::';':';::';. (,: ;. '"::': '?:: :::::::::C:"".;:":.;.'::> ;.::". .':"' .",.... : .; : :.. .. ...,." :....-.:.;:.:.:',.:'::'..\.\. :3:: !:::: :,:' rn: :''f..:: .:''::',:.
officials of the road to have the ex- ... I
extension completed by November 1st,
German Destroyer Sunk by Jap- VORWAERTS MAY RESUME PUB- that it might share in the big,ton-
of the Moctezuma
: anese Siege Guns in Harborat LICATION nage of fruit this fall from Ocoee. I
J district, where but a small Carranza
Tsingtau-Jap :Mine Imagine President Tremain's surprise -
London, Oct. 1.-It is reported from Douglas, Ariz. Oct. 1.-Villa's force remained, is said to have been
Sweeper Sunk Berlin, Germany, via The Hague when a few days ago he received -
Vienna, according to a Rome dispatchto threatened invasion of Sonora is reported captured by Maytorena's men Mon
and London, Oct. 1. The decree or- a message notifying him that
: Tokio, Japan, Oct. 1_A severe en- dering the suspension of the Socialist I the first train would run into Ocoeeon the Exchange Telegraph company, to have begun. Bodies of cav- day.

gagement has been opened ty the newspaper Vorwaerts has been reminded October 1st and inviting him and that General von Auffenburg, former alry, estimated at 1,500 men, presum- NOTICEWe
; German warships, which cannonadedthe conditioned upon avoidanceby j I other officials of the road to be pres- Austrian minister of war, has been ably the advance guard, are said to
Japanese positions near Tsing- the paper of reference to class ent. They were present and to say obliged to relinquish his command of have passed San Luis Potosi pass on are pleased to announce thaton
tau, east of Klan Chau, the German hatred and class struggle. These are one of the Austrian armies because their way toward Ag-ua Prieta. October 1st we will move our of-
leased territory in China. Two offi- described as wholly inapplicable to I expressing of serious illness.A Governor Maytorena, who pro- fices San to Juan the hotel.Cherry Here block we, oppositethe will be
cers were killed. the present situation, in view of the later dispatch to the Exchange claimed Sonora's allegiance to Villa, better equipped and more centrally
German aeroplanes assisted the unanimity of the German people in If you have subscribed for the Sen- Telegraph company from Rome states is reported approaching from the located for the convenience of the
warships.The the present war. The managementof tinel and are not receiving your pa- that General von Auffenburg is suffering west toward Naco, where General public.ORLANDO. WATER & LIGHT CO.
war office announced that an the Vorwaerts has given assuranceof per, you will do a favor by notifyingus from cholera, according to a Benjamin Hill with his reorganized
artillery duel at Tsingtau continues. compliance. at once. message from Vienna. Carranza forces, is entrenched. Don't forget the Sentinel want ads.
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We feature to-morrow a wonderful selection of New Fall Suits. All striking

examples of the High Standard which "The Big Store" has set for itself. f. .

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LADIES' SUITS 1111,1"11,11.,1.1..1 n1.. ... LADIES' COATS AND WRAPS

All the late favored models. The smartest suits of the An exceptional showing of all the latest 1\Iodels. Made
year. A revelation of tailored fabrics. Dozens and of Zebelines, Velour, Fancy Weaves, Plaids and Checks.
dozens of artistic fdl styles. Coats beautifully half Prices ranging from
lined. 'Skirts in the newest mod ls. The material in- NEW FALL DRESS
eludes Broadcloth, Serges, Gramt Cloth, Gabardines, $10 to $40
Velour and Poplins. Ranging in price from GOODS ARE HERE


We are privileged to an- The most beautiful line ever shown in the city. Artistic

Fall Styles. Material, Brocaded Velvets, Satin BrilLADIES' -
NEW DRESSES pounce new stock of Dress 1iants and fine imported Broad Cloths, in all the wanted

Charming :Models for afternoon and evening wear, In. Fabrics. including I 1m par t- shades. Prices ranging from

Satin Brilliant, Crepe De Chene, Chiffon, Net and Silk Ported Novelties Rich $15 to $40
. Poplins in all the wanted shades. Ranging In prIce from

.- Handsome Broadcloths,


man, French Serges and EMPHASIZES
at prices that are only
The Supremacy of Styles in the Big Store's 1\lilIinery. f
z For practical street wear. The materials are the favor- quoted at the Big Store. While this Millinery Department maintains the very I
ites; there being! Serges, Crepes, Voiles and Fancy highest standard of dependable Merchandise, high-class f
Weaves. :Made in the very latest and smartest styles. workmanship and values most intrintic' women of i
Ranging in price from i fashion have learned that the styles we show are as !
distinct from the ordinary as the artistic genius of the f
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# a Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality Did It." I

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