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 3, 1914
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
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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).
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South Florida sentinel
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') Would Not State Whether He FROM TEACHERS

Both Sides Suffered Terrific Looses in WILL HAVE CHARGE OF Would Sign Warrants or BORDEAUX

7 Desperate GROCERYNew Dismissed EarlyA
Says He Cannot Consistently |
Back in the Firm Will Go Under Nameof meeting of the teachers of Or-
Ground North of the Somme But
Allies Gained Sign the Warrants Now
lando was called yesterday afternoonby THIRTY DAYS
;-, Vicinity of Arras-Germans Have Retired From Western Orlando Grocery Com- County Superintendent J. F. Mc- While Appeal Pendingin i
and Will Be Readyin
Bank of the Meuse, Leaving It Entirely Free of the pany Kinnon in the high school building, Supply of Surgical Instrumentsand Supreme Court $
-dr" Short Time for the purpose of instructing themin Medical Supplies Far
Oil Steamer Sunk by
Invaders-British regard to the carrying out of their From Adequate and Red To the Faculty of the: Orlando Gram- "-,
Cruiser The firm name of the wholesale duties in what he deemed the correct
; a German mar School, Term 191314.
; .
to be established in Orlando Cross Ship Welcome
grocery The school trustees also
I way. were DearTeachers have your letter ... ;
will be the Orlando Company
withina Grocery present at the invitation of Dr. Mc- to the signing of certain J
is battle relating
battle at
Paris, Oct. 2.-SPecial.-The( and the concern expects to open Kinnon.' The rather Bordeaux, France, Oct. 2.The 1
meeting was a teachers' warrants and am replyingto
battle. It is the keystone of the German resistance upon which for business in a short time. The stormy one, as most of the time was American hospital ship Red Cross arrived same at my first opportunity. 1
invaders' failure and was renewed with great new concern is being promoted by Mr. at Pauillac this morning from
rests the success or consumed in spicy argument, and the I beg to assure you that in your 1
G. H. Davis, of the Middle Florida Falmouth to bring the Red Cross
Vigorous attacks were directedby teachers the still in
violence and desperation today. building contention you have my interest and
units which will serve with the
Grocery Company, of Live Oak, a
the heavily reinforced army of General Von Kluk against the well established and successful ,doubt as to Dr. McKinnon's interpretation French armies. In England she disembarked good will. My action has not been

French and British positions in titanic efforts to cut through the sale grocery firm. Mr. Davis whole-I i of lawful school hours. the units for service among prompted by personal feeling but bya
When Dr. McKinnon finished his introductory
of circumstances -
allies' lines and break the northward extending movement designed the city yesterday, calling on the Sentinel i speech he announced thatif the English wounded as well as those and sense facts you relate are familiar and
wing and envelop it. Repeated and subscribing in order to keepin which are to go to Russia. ,'
the German right -
to turn any one had any questions to be have been carefully considered. I
assaults broke and crumpled when they reached the sturdy French touch with this city. asked he would answer them to the Medical supplies brought by the note that in your narrative you omitto
The business will be located in the Red Cross will be most welcome in
line and time after time the Germans were driven back only to building on West Central avenue oc- best of his ability. At this juncturethe Bordeaux, for, according to the Journal state my reason for refusing to
still continues and ter- board of trustees and Prof. Cole- sign your warrants. By the unlaw-
return again to the attack. The fighting cupied until this week by the Orlando Des Debats, 40,000 wounded men
man propounded several straightforward ful double daily session plan of four !"
rific losses are being inflicted on both sides. Water and Light company. The busi- 'have been treated here in the past
questions which he, for reasons hours a day, including recesses,
The left wing detachments which reached Arras early in the ness here will be managed by Mr. I I thirty days. The supply of surgical
not apparent to'any of those present, whereas the law provides a daily ses-
T day moved out to meet the invaders and after a severe engage- Carey Driver, formerly with the gro- declined to answer. One of the perti- instruments is almost exhausted and sion of five hours, exclusive of recesses -
of the Yowell-Duck- the local doctors have been obliged to
north of Arras. cery nent questions referred to the num- the of
ment have fallen back east and worth exercise much ingenuity in devising pupils were
company. ber of hours which the primary teachers I one-fourth of the time in school to
the allies in their advance north of
Ground has been gained by The exact date of the opening of substitutes. For example, all the
should teach and still be assuredof : which entitled under the
the Somme and the French and British have taken new positions the new concern for business has not children's hoops in the city have been they were
their salary, and it was first asked law-that is, they were deprived of
been determined, but some of the requisitioned to make bed cases for
north of Albert. ,
by Prof. Coleman. the privilege of being in school one-
to the bulletin of the French war office, goods are already here and others en I' fractured limbs. I
According midnight I Dr. McKinnon flatly refused to answer fourth of every week, one week of
Exorbitant rates have.
calm prevails along the rest of the line and no new developmentsare route. freight 'I this question in a straightforward THE WEATHER every month, and two months of the
prevented the location of wholesale
reported with the exception of a general retirement in the in Orlando but such I' manner, so the question was eight months term. To pay for this
groceries a con-
vicinity of St. Mihiel, where dispatches from the front report that cern is needed here and will doubtless directly asked by Chairman C. E. Florida: Local showers Saturdayand lost time meant a charge upon the
I Howard of the school board: "Will county school fund of twenty-five or
the Germans who crossed the Meuse four days ago have evacuated do a good business. probably Sunday.
will not the
you or you sign primary twenty-six hundred dollars for privi-
t their positions and left the western bank of the river entirely I teacher's warrants if their grades are leges accorded the pupils by law, but

cleared of invaders. CITY FINANCES IN BEST i dismissed at the end of the four hour BIG INDIAN ARMY IANDSTHOUSANDS which they did not receive. It was
session, as has always been the cus- because of this unlawful daily session
BRITISH OIL STEAMER SUNK BY CRUISER LEIPZIGSan tom in Orlando!" Again Dr. Mc- 'I and the consequent loss to the pupilsin

Francisco, Oct. 2.-(Special.)-rThe Union Oil company'soil OF SHAPE Kinnon insisted upon giving evasive IN FRANCE E privilege and to the tax payers in
answers, leaving the situation in such that I refused to sign your
tank steamer Elsinor, of San Francisco, carrying fifty thou- _
I doubt that it is still a matter of con- warrants.I .
sand gallons of oil from Corinto, Nicaragua, to the California port, SUBSTANTIAL BALANCE IN jecture as to just how long the pri- WILL GO TO note again that in stating that

was sunk September 15th by the German cruiser Leipzig off the TREASURY ON OCTO- mary grades should stay in session. AID OF ALLIES IN FIGHT the double daily session was orderedby

Central American coast. Her crew was landed on the uninhabited BER FIRST Among the many inconsistent ING the "local and county educational

Galapagoes islands. This information was received by the com- statements made by the county superintendent GERMANYr authorities" omit to state that they

today from Valparaiso. The Elsinor flew the British flag. Has Invariably Been a Deficit I[ during the discussion were Indian Soldiers Anxious to Get ordered this unlawful daily session
pany the following: 'T have never in my to advice and over
i contrary my my
When the Collection of Taxes Into the Fighting and Feared
life been a stickler for the letter of
earnest protest. If protest had
Military Element Will Rule in Has Begun in Former the law. "I firmly believe that no War Would Be Over Be- been heeded and my my advice followe4. *

Years bad results will come from any child fore They Got There all of this trouble would have been

I Mexico is being kept in school for the full five avoided, and you would have been
Washington OpinionWashington The report of the city treasurer to hours." Considering that only a I London, Oct. 2.-The Mail's corre- saved from your present embarrassing -

the council yesterday was of more I short time before he had informed spondent at Marseilles in a dispatch circumstances. So you see that .

Oct. 2v (Special.)- is, on the other hand, a Villa confer- than usual interest, because it re- the principal of the colored school dated last Saturday but'which was this condition is not of my making.I .

That Mexico's affairs are to be han- ence and as its delegates control the veals a gratifying condition of city that he might dismiss his primary delayed by the censor, describes the sympathize with you in the incon-
military situation in Mexico its decision finances, which, according to Mayor grades at any hour that he deemed landing of the Indian troops. venience you are experiencing, but I
dled the military element, and that
by will have ample force back of Sperry, has never been attained be- best, the latter is decidedly inconsistent. I "To see fully a score of transports am not responsible for the circum-
Carranza will be eliminated from them to be carried out. Of ninetytwo fore In this city. The collection of glide from the bay into the dock and stances that caused the trouble. Ac-

power is the conclusion drawn by prominent military chiefs in taxes begins on the first of Octoberin In the course of the discussion, being moor at their appointed stations was cording to your own statement the
each and city funds have invariably asked whether he would sign the imposing sight and at the same
state department officials from reports Mexico, fifty-eight have already arrived year I an "local and county educational author-
received from Mexico today. tq attend the Villa conference shown a deficit at that time, primary teachers' warrants if they time a splendid tribute to the perfec- ities" ordered the unlawful daily ses-
the overdrafts October 1st last dismissed their classes before the full tion of British organization," he
The Carranza conference now on and more are on the way. The chiefsare on sion and it seems that they are re-
in Mexico City is reported by depart- assembling at Zacatecas, but will year amounting to several thousand five hours were up, Mr. McKinnon replied wired. "But the grand spectacle was sponsible for this unhappy conditionof

ment agents to be packed in the interest meet for the final conference at dollars. : "I wish to state that the sub- yet to come. In almost as short a things. Besides your contract is
of Carranza and its delibera- Aguas Calientes in a few days. That The treasurer's report yesterday ject of signing the warrants is en- space of time as it takes to tell it, not with the county superintendent
tions will be disregarded by Villa and .this conference will be thoroughly showed receipts amounting to $5- tirely a personal matter." the decks of this wonderful fleet of but with the board of public instruc-

the military leaders allied with him. representative is indicated by the fact 386.69 for the month of Septemberand Dr. McKinnon also insisted upon a ships were alive with soldiers and ina I tion, and really your complaint should

It is made up mostly of civil gover- that Zapata has already sent General expenditures to the amount of radically different method of compil- matter of a few hours the trying have been addressed to that board

nors. The conference of military Galvan to represent him, at the request $7,179.85, leaving a balance in the ing the monthly reports of the teachers work of ,disembarkation had been I and not to the county superintendent. -
hands of the treasurer of $119.43.In which in the judgment of completed without slip accident.
chiefs scheduled for Aguas Calientes of Villa.I' everyeacher or If -you should -eo: to them with
addition to this balance of $119.- t present, was bound to be con- "The French officers were amazedat your plea, being chivalrous gentlemenwith
43 the city has on deposit in the bank fusing and inaccurate. Dr. McKinnon the remarkable smoothness with ample means they would doubt-
War Will Increase' Number of $3,000 drawing interest at the rate of however, insisted upon this and which the operations proceeded and less take up your unsigned warrants,

I' four per cent. A balance of $3,119.43; it was finally agreed to. The meetingwas were not slow'in their expressions of and reimburse themselves just as

Tourists by Many Thousands is an extremely creditable showing finally adjourned, with very little profound admiration. soon as I sign these warrants in obe-
compared with the overdraft of other I accomplished. "The voyage from India had been dience to the court's order, when is-
-- years, and is a happy condition upon made under excellent conditions and sued. The surprise is that they have
Editor Sentinel:-A letter from a mately correct. Florida's opportunityis which the officials are to be congrat- the troops, who literally leaped not done this before now, for claim-
friends in Waverly, New York received at hand. Every citizen of the ulated. ashore, were fighting men to the last ing that my contention is wrong and
11' yesterday, contains a clause state should see to it that the ad- Other reports submitted to the VILLA'S FORCESA1TACKNACO ounce, hard, fit and ready. Had the theirs is right' it seems that they

which should cause Floridians to sit vantages, attractions and opportunities council yesterday were those of the word of command been given to would not hesitate to advance the

up and take notice. It is from the of 'florida are brought into full plumbing and electrical inspectors.The march straight from the quay to the money to get you out of the trouble
New York Times, which quotes the light. Don't try to "work" our vis- plumbing inspector reported fighting line they were ready to go. I they got you into.

statement of a prominent railroad itors, and make them feel that they $183.50 collected for plumbing per- 'Not a few of the Sikhs lithe, black- In refusing to sign your warrantsas

president: "There are from one hun- are beset by wolves. Give them the mits and $185 for sewer connection bearded giants, were deeply concerned I county superintendent under the

dred, and fifty thousand to two hundred glad hand in good faith and make permits. The electrical inspector collected Naco, Mexico, Oct. 2.-Special.-( ) to know if I thought the war would circumstances I felt that I was discharging ;
r 'thousand people who go to Eu- them feel that we are good citizens in fees $40.75. The first be- be over before they could get to grips my duty under the law. Be-
;; rope annually for the winter who on to live among. Win them for Florida, The bill of the Orlando Water & Bulletin Villa's: ,engagement under Governor with the common enemy, and it was ; lieving that my contention was wrong I

a:4 account of the war will be coming and get:our reward in the general up- Light company, $1,441.16 for street Maytorena tween and troops the Carranza troops, a burden off their minds when I as- I you, through one of your number, ap-
R .south'this winter. lift and improved conditions. lights, $625 for hydrant rental and under General Benjamin Hill, took sured them there was absolutely no pealed to the courts to compel me to e

Probably the figures are approxi- MAHLON GORE. fire protection, and $37.50 for water'!place at ten o'clock tonight, lasting likelihood of anything of the kind sign your warrants. The court of -

for sprinkling purposes, was ordered seven minutes. One shell struck in coming to pass. first resort, by Judge Perkins presid- i

Occupation of Vera Cruz Will paid. 'I the town but no one was hit among "One very'important fact that must ing, refused to grant your petition.
the Hill forces. not be lost sight of is that this great From that decision you have appealedto

I 250,000 OF TONNAGE ADDED TO expeditionary force from the Orientis the supreme court of the state. '

Continue for Indefinite Period''' AMERICAN REGISTRY I SCHOOL TEACHER STABBED TO thoroughly trained according to the To sign these warrants while the case
most modern ideas and equipped with
RECENTLY DEATH is now pending before the supreme
t 1 first-class machinery of war. Every- court would seem to me trivial in

( made that no time had been Washington, Oct. Fifty-four I Schenectady, N. Y., Oct. 2.-Spe- thing has been brought from India- view of what has gone before, and

: the transfer of control at ships aggregating nearly 250,000: tons, cial.)-Angered because she refusedto cannon, rifles, entrenching imple- an act bordering on impertinence and
4 worth approximately $15,000,000, further receive his .attentions ments, sleeping rugs, tents, and the contempt of court. ,I must therefore
t that Villa will take it have been added to the American Antio Ponton, a Porto Rican, tonight hundred and one necessaries of an most respectfully and kindly declineto

if Vera Cruz is turned I merchant marine since the new ship stabbed and killed Miss Bessie S. Indian. army down to the praying take any: further action in this

: ; arranza at this critical junc registry law went into effect. Although Kromer, a teacher in,the local graded mat- case until the supreme court renders "

announcewas: on the other hand, is not I the vessels previously sailed school. He:,"then turned ,the dagger its decision. Sincerely yours,
'* : to maintain control of I under British. German or Belgian upon himself and. inflicted three Purchase your school books and J. F. McKINNON,
: chief'port at the present'''' flags they were really American. wounds'-wbick are expected to prove school supplies this week and avoid Co. Supt. Public Instruction.

: I'owned. fataL. ',;: _. < the, rash.* Come Curtis & O'Neal's. Orlando, Fla, Oct. 2, 1914. s

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;'tLONDON Zealand, South Africa all our band at times, and all
; nay seem to go in DARDANELLES CLOSED ON AC- ,
CAMP 'I I you want quick returns from advertising -
colonies their share in sending a way.
are doing COUNT OF PRESENCE OF Removes
cancers, tumors of all at moderate cost, patronizethe
"Of course I have lived long enoughto ALLIES' WARSHIPS kinds. No I
us men money until you are sat- columns
of the
OF BRITISH SOLDIERSDRILLING well remember many wars, even isfied. Dr. C. W. Hains, 4.7 Warren Sentinel. You
tell, London is one hum-drum of the war with the French and Ger- London, Oct. 1A dispatch from BIds, Lafayette street Tampa. Fla. can place your wants before 8,000
drilling, marching and training men 9-13-10t people in Orlando and numberless
mans of 1870, but the scenes of those Constantinople to the Havas
IN PARKS AND dispatch* to the seat of war. Every days will not compare with this day. that the closing of the Dardanellesis agency KEEP AHEADOf other readers of the paper in adjoin-

STREETS AND EVERY oren space, park, garden, school, Even the South African war, which due to the fact that English and your neighbor by reading the ing territory.If .
chapel: church, or hall, you can see was only of recent years, we had 'avery French cruisers are steaming about Sentinel every morning and getting
AVAILABLE PLACE ycfang men being drilled. No money different sight to witness. Warsare the mouth of the Dardanelles and examining all the news first. you want your bicycle fixed ins
isHaken into consideration. It is not at best undesirable, but so far as merchant steamers. It is hurry take it to Warman's RepairI
Interesting Letter to Ocoee Man Get the news in the I Shop. 125tf.z1ewft .
the cost, but England has made up I can see we could not keep out of asserted that the straits will remain Sentinel first.
Tells of War Activities in its mind to put down the Kaiser for this one unless we neglected our duty I closed until the allied' fleets depart.
Great City, and What al$ time, and no matter how long the to Belgium and played the part of a :
England Is Doing war lasts you will find it will be done traitor, which we are not likely to do. 110,000 BARRELS OF FLOUR IN I yur. ;;
k come what may. I know full well the When it will be over or what will be ONE ORDER FOR A WARRING

In these days of the most strict lies the Germans are pouring into the result is beyond me, but this you POWER
your country, but I am content to may be sure that England will come
censorship ever known in time of
wait until you know the full truth and out on top, doing full justice to those St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 1.-A rush or- School Books and SuppliesWill
war, letters from Europe are particularly -I have read both sides. I know then who are helping her." der for 110,000 barrels of flour was I

interesting, because they bring i what will be the thoughts and the placed with a local milling company be our principal business for the next
information relative to the movement result of the people of the United yesterday by ''representatives of one
I All new woolens for fall and winter week two. Our
' of troops that the censors do not al- I j I States. You may be sure that we will be on display, and of the warring nations. That is the or trade in this department
low: cabled to the press of the United English (and: when I use the word to take an experiencedtailor largest single sale of flour ever made extends from Tangerine to Lake Pcir.setta
your measure
States. The Sentinel has published English I mean all British subjects) here.
several letters from Europe, and the are supporting the government. We day, show Tuesday and Wednesday. Let and from Orange Center to Lake Pickett. We
us Yowell-Duckworth
following extract from a. letter re- .have no pro-Germans, at least I have Company.Get you. Look at the label on your paper; furnish every school book used in schoolin
cently received by :Mr. Dudley Wilson, I only heard of one. it shows the month and the year to any
of Ocoee, from his uncle in London,!j I "Most towns are suffering from the which your subscription is paid. Sub- the county and any furnishing from a

I s will prove Interesting reading to the I'war, but we must be loyal to our the news first in the Sentinel. scription accounts are due in advance.MlllllliaillMilUMIIICIIIMIItllM slate pencil to seats desks and musical in-

war fans: l I country. In most of the towns all the --
"We started just six weeks ago on I, pubs close at 9 o'clock, and all lights ,tIIItTHE struments. We are headquarters for school
the most awful war ever waged inI out. Seaside resorts, the piers can supplies.
the history of the world. A bold not be lighted up; no lights of any CHASE & CO
statement but nevertheless true. Over : kind allowed after 9 o'clock. In Lon- \Y. S. BRANCH
twenty millions of soldiers, sailors don the pubs are allowed to keep open ,
and men are engaged in this war; ':, until 11 o'clock-the usual time is PACKINGI HOUSE AT ORLANDO |
thousands being killed and wounded 12:30-but they must not light 'any The Arcade Book and Music\ Store
( Is modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-
day. Just the outside
every fancy, British lamps. All shops close through '--
and French alone are fighting along ,the week at 9 o'clock, and if we light idate machinery, and gives the citrus grower the

a line of no less than 250 miles long, I I our outside lamps we must have the PROPER PACKING
with three millions of men engaged. .blinds down. The trams and bussesare
The streets of London are not easy'to only half lit up and when the THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S

describe, and I fear my pen could trams are near the river or going HIGHEST PRICESwhich

not do justice if I were ever so anxious over the bridges they have to draw
however, would not accomplish the end desiredby TRANSFERDr.
to do so, but I will do I the blinds
my best I at 11 o'clock at night. All
the grower, if he did not also have available the services -
to give you an idea of what I have London is in darkness. Then the

seen and what is being done in this 1 searchlights are lit up and you can B. D. WIEXANGA, Prop.

citi."At see right up into the clouds. It is a ofTHE CHASE & CO
first= Lord Kitchener, who'is' sight to watch them. They have
the chief of the army, asked for 100- closed many places and built up all Livery, Draying and HaulingWE
000) men to join the army. lie got sorts of structures. On one of the I
them in two weeks. I say without bridges (Lambeth) which is closed I which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, experienced \

Year or favor to any that a finer bodyof they have erected powerful search- competent and reliable. GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
men could not be found if they had lights. On all large government I
been picked men instead of coming buildings wires and all kinds of arrangements -
from all trades and professionsbanks -- have been fitted up to
insurance companies, trading protect the buildings from bombs. I AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK

houses, and any number of school- may say with all no demonstration is CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
masters-they refused the roughs. being made. You see a thousand recruits -
CHASE CO. Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
Having got the first 100,000 they now they march as quietly as pos- ,

want another 100,000; in fact, theyare sible, no shouting, they have a song, GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS HORSES FOR SALE
asking for 500,000. They will ob1 they sing ('It is a Long Way to Tip-
tain them and no doubt want them,1|I perary Bhoys') but it is all very or- ,5 Main Office, Jacksonville, FloridaA.
notwithstanding that 70,000 are onj!derly. The same may be said of the R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. i 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida

their way from India, 20,000 from I I soldiers who are off to the seat of 9-30-d&w

Canada, 20,000 from Australia, New I j,war; they march even without the 1 I .... . . 1"1' I I" I' U..l.U..U U U I I _

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(By Herbert Temple, European Man- TAUGHT BAD WORDSON WORRYING AUSTRIA The stucco cottage on Cathcart St. GRAND

ager of the International News one block north of Eola Park, just

Service.) completed built for comfort and convenience -

London, Oct. 1.-The British policeare CAPTURED ESTATE OF ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO --large lot, stone garage,

,,traordinarily vigilant now in EMPEROR WILLIAM IN OBTAIN GRAIN IN SUF- beautifully situated and will be sold TODA..Y:

running down all foreigners, especially EAST PRUSSIA FICIENT QUANTITY for $6,000, good terms.
Germans, supected of being spies. Twenty acres on Lake Gatlin,

Every day there are in the police about 18 planted to oranges and
Germans Repulsed in Efforts to Dispatch Also Declares Food
courts numerous prisoners, accused of grape fruit trees, 5 years old, fully
violating the alien laws, especiallythat Cross Niemen River, Though Shortage Seriously Felt by 1,000 boxes now on trees. If you desire "Lillian's Dilema"

providing that all foreigners in Kaiser's Army Is Con- German Army, Allies' this property, will be divided ,

the United Kingdom must register stantly Reinforced Blockade Effective giving two fine building sites with

their names, residences, and business Lake Gatlin in front overlookingthree A VITAGRAPH Special Feature complete in two parts.

with the proper authorities. Of London, Oct. 1.-A letter received I London, Oct. 1--The food questionis other lakes. Price for 20 acres LILLIAN andWALLIE VAN are the princi-

course, persons actually caught red- here from a Russian officer who is a grave one in Austria, accordingto 12,000 or $6,000 for half. Nothing ple characters..They can't be beat.
handed are dealt with by the militaryand camping on the estate of Emperor better in Florida. Owner has repeatedly -
a dispatch to the Daily Mail from
not the police. William at Reminten, east Prussia, I refused to sell, but on account -
How a German seaman was caught says: "William's estate is magnificently I Chiasso, Switzerland. The Austrian of sickness he is unable to come

signalling to German ships internedin equipped and we have, every- emperor has issued an edict empow- to Florida to live as he intended.

the Thames was described at the thing at our disposal which we could ering the government to take all Two 3 acre tracts overlooking Orlando "At the Foot of the Hill "

Thames police court. Andrew Kilzer, wish., We are enjoying particularly measures necessary to alleviate the -fine lake view, good neigh- ,

aged forty-one, was charged with be- delicious dinners prepared by his fine situation. The price of corn is double borhood, good land and splendid for

having in a manner likely to cause cooks. that of normal times, and is increasing surburban homes. Price $1,000 each. An Essany Society drama featuring Richard Travers.A .

harm to the Realm. He was stayingat 'His park swarms with rare animals at the rate of 3 per cent daily. 10 acres ,all cleared, north side clever and exciting picture.

the Scandinavian sailors' home, and birds. We are teaching his German and Austrian dealers are Lake Ivanhoe overlooks Orlando

and the previous night Sergeant Ball parrots the Russian language and traveling in neutral countries, the splendid land and a fine home site,

saw the accused, who was at one of they are learning to address their imperial dispatch says, trying to buy corn and $2000. 9-11-1m

the upper windows at the home, sig- master with compliments I announcing at the same time that its "Ever Gallant "

nalling in the Morse code to German should blush to repeat in company." intended for other countries. Italy BE A BOOSTERI'd Marquis,

vessels. Germans Are Held at Niemen River has demanded that the fullest guar-

When he was arrested he said, "I The Petrograd correspondent of the antees be given that corn purchasedthere rather be a booster. An Edison Comedy that is sure to please. -

dind't do it." Mr. Wilberforce remanded Morning Post has sent the following is not to go to Austria.Roumania's The smallest one in town;
the man with a view to his dispatch:
embargo on exportof Than be the biggest knocker
handed to the military au "The Germans continue to
being over attempta corn has caused consternation in And try to tear it down.
thorities. passage of the Niemen river, Rus- the
Austria, according to dispatch, Keep that
Max Zuerbaume, twenty-nine, a sian Poland, but so far they have and it is said that Austria is now I'd rather be a booster, your eye on

German, Jenkin Davies, thirty-five, a been unsuccessful. It is obvious that efforts to wheat
making desperate get And only boost a mite;
Welshman, and Herman Seigerman, their forces are increasing for their from the United States but the block- Than be a knocker knockingAt ORCHESTRAWatch

forty, a German, were charged at the last attack covered ground extending ade of the Adriatic makes relief from everything in sight.I'd .

Thames police court yesterday with from Ossowetz Symno (both these that quarter doubtful. Food shortageis

being in possession of revolvers, car- towns are in Russian Poland) a distance also felt in the German army, the rather be a booster it grow.5c .

tridges and homing pigeons, contraryto of seventy-four miles. dispatch declares. And wear a pleasant smile;
the order in council. "'!'he Russians are meeting the
Than be a grouchy knocker;
It was stated that a visit was paidto Germans west of the Niemen. They WILSONIGRAMS j
Complaining all the while.
Davies' address in Royal :Mint (the Germans) are hardly likely to

street, and that two revolvers and attempt any descent on the Baltic Liberty does not consist, my fellow I'd rather be a booster,
two homing pigeons were found. coast between Memel and Windau, declarationsof tOe.
citizens, in mere general, With purpose good and rue;
said he asked Mr. Da- which is the
Seigerman only stretch of Russian the rights of men. It consists in Than sit around a knockingNow
vies to mind the pigeons for him. coast: line that offers a chance for of those declarationsinto
the translation honest, would'nt you?
Zuerbamue admitted Daviesto such German
asking operations. ships definite action. -Exchange.I i
mind two revolvers and eight car- showed considerable activity at this The way to be patriotic in Americais

tridges. Davies said that what he did point last week. On two occasions not only to love America but to I I "

was in ignorance.The flotillas of small gunboats, transportsand love the duty that lies nearest to our I RARE BARGAINS MONDAY "Woman Laughs. A special feature :

inspector said that when the : cruisers appeared on the coast.It hand and kno wthat in performing it i with Kathlyn Williams in a new role. A clever society t

two Germans registered they denied is possible that these movementswere Don't be deceived. Seeing is be- drama. .
we are serving our country.It I
lieving. The best man to buy real i _I I
having any weapons or homing pig- intended merely for theatrical is patriotic to learn what the
estate of is the man that has actual i iI
eons. Mr. Wilberforce having heard effect. It is not known whether there life and to the cultivation of --. j
facts of our national are experience in truck TUESDAY-"Pauline." -
the prisoners were in good substan- were really any troops aboard the face them with candor. I I farm and citrus fruit lands, and ij
tial positions, fined each of them 50 transports, which after taking sound- rate knows what land is when se sees it.
We set this Nation up-at any There is of that kind in Or- i
three months a man Coming-"Judith of Bethulia. The greatest pictureof
pounds or imprison- ings departed, peacefully home again. we profess to set it up-to vindicatethe lando. Have him show you. Owner's

ment. rights of men.I prices on all property; no padding or the age. You'll say the same thing. 1

A German butcher named Ludwig IS YDROAEROPLANE TO BE would be ashamed of this flag boosting.

Betz, aged thirty-seven, was remanded CLASSED AS CONTRABAND ____ (stars and stripes) if it ever did any- Second F. G. Floor ARNOLD., Rooi 1. ;
at Guildhall police court charged OF WAR? thing outside America that we would Telephone Exchange Bldg.

with being an alien enemy failing to not permit it to do inside of America. I 9-26-6t w Orlando, Fla.

register himself as required by the When I have made a promise I try e -

alien restriction order. The chief Washington, Oct. Shipment of to keep it, and I know of no other How To Give Quinine To Children. r
clerk formerlly asked him whether he the giant hydroaeroplane America to I
rule permissible to a nation. FEBRILINR Is the trade-mark name given to an
would be dealt with by the magistrateor England from"New York on the :Mau- improved Quinine. It i!t a Tasteless SyruP.pleas
ant to take and does not disturb the stomach. Hammond & Gore
by a judge and jury at the Old retanui has raised a new question of The Sentinel office prints anything Children take it and never know it is Quinine.
international law. Also especially adapted to adults who cannot
Bailey, but he sullenly refused to an- No take ordinary Quinine. Does
from a card to a newspaper. not nauseate nor
pretending he could not under- If classed as munitions of war the cause nervousness nor ringing in tae: head. Try
swer, order too large or too small to receive I it the next time you need Quinine for any pur- FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND -EMBALMERS.U .
stand English. aeroplane would be subject merely to pose. Ask for 2-ounce original package. The
best attention.
our name FEBRILXNK is blown in bottle. 25 Cents.
Constable West: He speaks Eng- seizure as contraband. Should it be
classed as a warship the United
lish well enough in the meat market. ... 1II1I1I11111I111111 t 1IIII1I . II . 1 .
The Gaoler: And he spoke Eng- StateS! :might be charged with responsibility COMPARE

lish well in the cells this morning. for its departure from a neu-

When the court interpreter was tral part.; ROLLINS COLLEGE Inter Paik | .

summoned the defendant still sullenly No protest has been made and the I OUR FURNITUREWe I

refused to make any statement be- vexing question has not yet come up

yond saying he wished to see the Ger- officially.A Oldest College and Most Beautiful Grounds in Florida .' 1 provide the quality of furniture that hag I long

man consul. been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

Mr. Saville (the clerk): There is College, Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Art, Domestic standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
German consul here fine was imposed by the Black- and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Cowse. It wouldn't here were it otherwise. We can't make

no It said that the now.defendant's pool:bench upon two German waiters Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof

was who had been giving the police a fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dol- this business, and that means much to any buyer.
brother anaturalized
but was refused to have Englishman -. great deal of trouble. Their names lar endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ, I I
anything to
were Henry Wiltcock and Arthur Rudolph chorus class.
dozen two Glee Clubs, Superb new
a pianos,
do with the defendant, who had beena
Horthans. Superintendent Der-
of trouble rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New ,
to him. He
source great
ham said that they had to visit housesat
advised his chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.
had frequently brother to Orlando Fla.
all =hours of the in Q
night to keep
.. but he modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water.
register obstinately touch with men like this couple, who Preparation for engineering course. J
refused. It was further stated that changed their addresses without noti- .. 1 .. a<
the defendant at the police station Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football,
fying _the authorities. The magistrate but undenominational moderate.
Christian ; expenses
sullen and stubborn
adopted a
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fined each 10 pounds and costs.A Scholarships available. For catalogue address -
tude, refusing to answer any questions remand was ordered at Stratfordin

until the "cat-o'-nine-tails" was : the=case of Humbert Housell, aged WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN
mentioned, when he gave his name twenty-four. A German hairdresser I. i ,

and description. of Church street, Marylebone,chargedas Ph. D. LL. D.. President.
Captain F. W. von Herbert, the well alien be- t
registered travelling
known military writer, and author of a e4 t 4-A+*- f ...-. .. T f !! I H r J I I I I I I r I ..
yond live miles from his registered
the "Defence of Plevna"
was re-
address. When arrested at Leyton he
n manded at Newport (Isle of Wight), admitted that he had no permit to WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ?
on bail, on his own recognizance fora travel .i

week, on a charge of failing to reg- lie produced his registration papers FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITYOF FLORIDA .

ister as an alien enemy He declared and his photograph that showed that FOR WOMEN GAINESYILLTALLAA4SSE BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
that he not German but Brit-
was a ,
he had had his beard removed. PRICES ON FORD CARS
ish having fought for England in
The prisoner said that he came
OUece of Arts and Science:Normal School:
South Africa. He/positively declinedto over from France with the beard, andas School oct Music: School of Expression: Effective from August 1, 191'.1 to August
register an an alien. School Art; Extension Division; GraduateSchool 9 Colleges and Division; Liberal Arts: reduc- -
he found that it was not the custom : Modern, Gymnasium with swimming Law; Engineering; Agriculture: Teacher 1,1915 and guaranteed against any
Accused at Sunderland of falsely ; to wear one in England he had pool; basket ball and tennis courts;new and I College. Experiment Station; Extension Di- tion during that time:
himself Russian sub- modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormitories vision; Graduate School. Tea new brick build-
registering as a it rat :off. have all modern anveeienee.\ new ings, betides gymnasium swunmimr pool and
whereas and most hygienic in sobs liary bI1 dinp. 61 officers, in- Car $555.00Runabout
ject his discharge papers A Ralston tailor's cutter chargedat dining room kitchen I many Touring -
Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 counties I structors and assistants. 364 young men
showed him to be an Austrian born North London with drunkenness ana 12 states last bio 1 I 17 Florida counties and 24 State and 505.00F.
at Trieste, Edward Ballard, a sailor, TUITION FREE College add Normal' foreign eaontrte* lest session. -
was said to have called a constable's School Bard and entrance fees for the j TUITION 'AEE. Board and Eatranoe FJ'e&r' -. fully ppecL
AH eq1
said that hundreds of his fellow Russian attention German F., ealjiloKOw write 1 182-SO par. Write today for catalogs 0. B- Orlando. ears
to alleged $124.oqm
an spy. WARD CONRADL President. A A. JI RPH {EEi President.i .
countrymen who went to sea described "It is a curious thing how many Farther we will be sHe to ofctaia the saz efficiency ,
the mini-am cest In ear
themselves Austrians to ia ear factor piwraeOoo. -
as people see spies when they are purchasing and sales departments If we rea.b an e i O at .r f
escape arrest for military service drunk said Mr. Hedderwick. "It all JW.tW ears between the above dates. t
when in the Baltic or Black sea ports. depends on the sort of glasses theyare Illtlel'IIIIIIIIII'IIIII"'I"'I I'111"II" And shooed we ... tti. prodncUoB. agree to pay as !
Though given the benefit of the doubton the bayer share tam t41 to W pet ear too .r .Mat i
looking through. If you are going NURSERIES ) t..very fetal bore' wM p- a new
that charge, he was fined 30 shillings to:spy spies you had better keep CONWAY jj A.gaatear1,11IS .... IuI.-t 1. 1"1 and :4ac-t.. 1. UU. i:
for aw regarding toes **-and pro'f f
journeying from Sunder- sober or you will coma to grief. }tit farther partee
land to Shields without a permit. GROWERS AND DEALERS IN ; { sharing plan, sea !

''A Belgian and described as an R enemy!" was the shocked remark of LAUNDRY | | All Leading Varieties of Citrus TreesR. jj

Mr. Eliot Howard, the Stratford mag- Phone 226
Your general laundry work, French T. PEEL Proprietor.
istuflte, when Inspector Ellis explained | ;
dry cleaning, and pressing";}vill be ap-
that the polite were satisfied that preciated. Satisfaction and service Local Salesman
Louis Van Der' Ifeclin, twenty-three, guaranteed. Open September 28th.
I I Glen St. Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATE 11
Phone 654. Reel's Steam
a waiter, charged with Laundry,
and being an alien"enemy" for whites only. 9-25-tf Box 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida. 5 ; :
not registering himselfae

a German was a Belgian. The You'll lave to confess it's'in the -tffI'111111' Subscribe for the Sentinel.

: officer had seen his birth certificate.WV. Sentinel. ] 1 II' It ,.11 U 111I'_ It II "II 1111. "

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CANNONADING STARTS PASSES 750 MARK FIRST DEFEATED ORLANDOThe tt4' + j i i > i i 11111 in t n 111 i > i i i 11 i ii i
South Florida Sentinel TODAY WEEK Sanford basket ball team :

MORNING AND WEEKLY evened up matters 'last night at San- :

JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner Without: the Sentinel to warn them The enrollment of the Orlando pub- ford when they defeated the Orlando :

Orlando might be evacuated when lic schools passed the 750 mark the team by the close score of 22 to 21.I A STAR EVENT. A Double Decker
Entered at the poctoffice at Crlando. Florida cannonading is heard shortly after first week, the total enrollment yes- The Orlando boys arrived home about .

a* Second Clasi Mail Matter. noon today in the direction of the terday being 751, a gain of 26 for the midnight and said the notable feature :

SUBSCRIPTION RATES county home. :Mr. L. N. Lewis will week, 725 being enrolled on the open of the game was that many more :

Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 give a public demonstration of dyna- ing day, Monday. As the winter residents Orlando people witnessed the game in I S Saturday Moilday
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.60Daily. the Hull the roadto y n n y -
place, on arrive and the home
t 3 Months ...................... 1.25 miting on people not Sanford last night than go to see the '
Daily. 1 Month ........................ .6 0 the county home, just outside the yet returned from their summer vaca- games when visiting teams come :
city limits, this afternoon, and he will tions arrive the enrollment is here.
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... $1.00 expected : EXTRA SPECIALS, AND
s Weekly. 6 Month ..........0-......... .75 fire probably one hundred charges, to steadily advance, and Prof.
r and the explosions should be plainly Coleman is confident the total enroll- HARRY THAW AGAIN HEARD I
ADVANCETO heard in the center of the city, prob- ment will reach and possibly exceedone FROM Saluiday After SupperVALUE

ADVERTISERS ably sounding very much like the thousand. Manchester, N. H., Oct. 2.-Harry ,

cannonading that is becoming so common I K. Thaw, who is in the custody of the SENSATIONS
r OPT tot duplay and all xtW handsetad.ertiaisg I in France and Belgium. federal court in this district, pendingthe
lust be handed in at the businea.gieo I| WILL PRAY SUNDAY FOR PEACE I
.( the Sentinel not later than 2 p. .. About fifty trees and stumps will determination of the question of
the day before publication. ThU rale applies be blown out of the ground Mr. !' extradition to New York Household Days
te chanrea for contract advertising: it it < All the churches in Orlando are expects to Two days of
invariable and will be ttnctly adhered to. Lewis and everybody is invited out to pass the winter in this city. lIe has economy offerings, every price is a
making special arrangements to ob- minimum one
the Hull to how the workis leased an estate in exclusive
place see an resi-
Every buyer will be
Subscribers desiring The Seentinel dbeontinaed serve Sunday as a day of prayer for a saver. So uniformly successful -
should notify the office in writing on done. Some of the trees will require peace in Europe, according to the dential section and wil ltake posses- have been all these (events that now we
continued the date of at expiration the regular otherwise subscription it will two or three charges and the proclamation of President Wilson. sion next week. want this one to stand out bolder than all others, .
until notice to atop is "" ..ind. cannonading will probably last two or one that you will remember. One that we can
three hours, beginning about one r This feature of the day will be incorporated HIGH SCHOOL NOTES : strive to duplicate, one that will picture vividly,
in either the the
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1914. o'clock. The holes have already been morning or The Orlando high school has bright excelling helpfulness of this store.
evening service according to the judg- : We can't urge you too strongly to come. We
bored and the will take prospects for the 1914-15 term, hav- _
shooting placeas ment of the respective pastors. know that we are justified. We will not disap-
Swat the advertising faker with hiss fast as the charges can be placed. Many of the pastors are planningto ing 125 pupils and surpassing last point an expectancy. We will satisfy every bar-

worthless schemes of varied ingenu- Some of the trees to be blown out turn the service in which the year's enrollment by 30. j gain lonainp. no matter how astute.

ity. are very large, up to 125 feet in prayer for peace will be made into a There is plenty of fine looking ma- .Come and see how we can keep our word.

height, and both powder and electric terial for all school sports and some
o veritable prayer meeting. They will MARCELLA BED SPREADSFull
Florida's Irish potato patch con- fuses will be used. It will be neces- be assisted by laymen and membersof talk of an athletic club being organ- size, heavy weight new patterns purcchasedat

tains' .13,000 acres tins year and sary to rope some of the trees to the congregation who wish to raisea ized in the near future to maintainthe rock bottom, worth $1.00 and $1.25, Satur-
honor that the O. H. S. colors day and Monday
keep them from falling in the road
should contain ten times as many. petition for the restoration of peacein
and fences.Kl"HGHTS have held for years.
; on the 89 cents
great struggle that is now stir-
The O. H. S. orchestra was
Every day is booster's day in Or- ring the world. organ-
ized yesterday afternoon and will fur-
lando and every citizen is a booster.That's TEMPLAR HAVE DE- PILLOW SLIPS
nish good music for the school, as The well-known "Defender" make, 42x36, 45x36,
the why of Orlando's steady GREE WORK AHEADA WILL MOVE TO ORLANDO
and rapid growth.Congressman has been done for the past two years. good heavy round thread, usually sold at 15
The following is the membership: cents straight, Saturday and Monday
o meeting of Olivet Mr. J. Ralph Peebles, general
Commandery man-
Mr. S. W. Gould, director, violin;
Wilson, of the third tfo. 4, Knights of Templar, will open ager of the Tavares & Gulf railroad, Miss Elmina Gould, piano; Mr. Jus- 23 cents
district, is having a time agreeing in full form next Thursday night. A has rented a pretty and commodious
tin Schumann, violin Mr. Monroe
; 72-inch Pure Irish Linen DamaskWe
with himself as to who should be number of visitors from Oakland, house on East Central avenue and ,
Patch, Mr. Chas. Limpass, Mr. Eu-
have talked linens
strongly lately
postmaster at Pensacola.The I very ,
Kissimmee and Sanford with his estimable family will :
are move
gene Hoffner, cornets; Mr. Sam Lang- we believe we are justified, and our belief has
o attend. Captain Windham, of Sanford to Orlando to reside. ;enbach, drums. been substantiated by the many pleased econi-
power of the press is once will be the candidate in the Red ums-unsolicited-from our many customers.

more illustrated. The Arcadia Daily Cross? degree. T. P. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. Compare this .SPECIAL elsewhere at 85c. to
\ Mr. I. W. Phillips leaves today for $1.00 With the saving on this alone
News has been yelling for a band for Conscientious work at fair prices. you
months and Arcadia has Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf : ]Detroit, Mich., on a business mission. can add to your purchases. A fine range of
now one. COUNTY TAX BOOKS WILL BE designs to choose from. Saturday and

value than the "buy a bale" move- 59 cents
the meeting of the county com- FOR RENT
ment: Plant one-half your usual cot-
missioners for October, which will 72-inch BLEACHED DAMASKA
in sweet and
ton acreage potatoes convene Monday, the tax assessment very fine grade, selected combed yarns, dainty
Irish. --I--: books for 1914 will be inspected and I patterns, you know we have established a
o approved. They will then be turned Store Room on Orange Avenue for- new standard of values on Linens; well thisis
Arrivals in Orlando are more numerous one we consider exceptionally good at 65c.
-e '- just now than ever before in over to the tax collector for collection merly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn. 1'1. Yours Saturday and Monday
the collection beginning on No-
the history of the city at this time of vember 1st.BUSINESS. 47 cents
year. Scarcely a train arrives but a
dozen or more trunks are unloadedat Desirable offices, single and en suite. I IRISH LINEN NAPKINSNo
the stations, and the greatest win- One room fronting on Orange Avenue. blarney about where they came from, strengthand
ter growth ever known here is indi- I stability in every thread. Full bleach
cated on every hand. prominent Orange avenue busi- and half bleach. All new designs. New stan-
ness man remarked yesterday that he dard prices, $1.25 and $1.50, Saturday and .
-o had seldom' seen business so good in From November 1st, the McIlvaine :Monday
The Reporter-Star appeared last
Orlando at any season of the year. residence Lake Lucerne
night off their new press and increased on completely 98 cents
lIe said his sales were large enoughfor
to seven columns in size.
' his complete satisfaction, and furnished. CURTAIN CRETONNESWe
There was a very noticeable improve
ment in the paper, which is just cause that if hard times had hit anywherein have just received our full Fall stock direct

for congratulation to the editorialand this section they had certainly S. Y. WAY from the famous PURITAN mills, so no
missed that store. occasion to eulogise.
mechanical departments. Thereis We draw special attention to a line we have
no better index to the growth and Insurance and Real Estate Agent specially marked at
prosperity of a community than the State Attorney Cary D. Landis, of

growth and prosperity of its newspa I I DeLand, was among last night's ar 25 cents
rivals. He will spend today in the PHONE 172Bets

pers. I I city on legal matters. Saturday SpecialsSILK

The Gainesville board of trade is I
sending out a neatly printed card con- | | | lillllillllMIIMilMCtltlMMilMIIMtttMMMtt I" 11I111I .1. I ,11111.1.1 I
famous "Everwear" make pair
taining the following, which is equally every guar-
I anteed. Black and White only
, applicable here; Regular 75c. quality, Saturday night only ..59c .
"Every day of destruction to hu- I Regular $1.00 quality, Saturday night only..79c
man life and property in Europe pilesup 9n2E

greater future demands on our re- 36-INCH MOIRE ANTIQUEAn
sources. American steel and struc- AND YELLOW) extremely fashionable fabric, both for entire
customes and trimmings, in two shades of
tural iron works are soon to be sweptoff
their feet with foreign orders. I :McELROY'S! : PHARMACYJ..I..I..I..II..I..III.11111111111111111111111111.: :: new blue and black. Saturday special

The crops and live stock in Europe's 59 cents

warring nations will be gone. Us -. . . . . . . . .. . ' '"
fellows must provide bread and meat NEW GIRDLES

for those hundreds of millions of peo- . .. .-. 100 only of the crush Girdles, in Black, plain colors :
ple. The world supply of cotton tIT'S and Roman stripes, worth $1.00 and

goods will have been exhausted, and $1.25, Saturday night.

we hold the key. Europe must have 59 centsDRESSMAKER'S

our phosphate and turpentinewehave

got to furnish the lumber to rebuild SPECIAL

the cities and towns. Quit fool- LIKE THISWe ..
Tango Flare Framt"8. .8e Inside Belting. 7c
ing yourself. Plant corn; grow Saturday Night Only
meat. Get busy."

RESULTS believe that high quality the best workmanship Ladies' Patent Leather Pump, the Latest Colonial
style cuban heel. One of our leading linesat
National League and newest and most artistic designs should be blend- $4.00. Saturday all day

Pittsburg New York 2 11, ,Cincinnati Boston 5. 1. ed in every article of jewelry a woman wears for her $2.79 I

St. Louis American 5, Chicago League 0. adornment. That's the kind of jewelry we carry. GROCERY DEPARTMENTALL DAY

Philadelphia Chicago 5, St.3,Louis Washington 1. 4. When you come here you are certain to find satisfac- North Carolina Apples, peck ....... 4UC

Boston 11, New York 5. tion on every count. Our jewelry is the kind that

Federal League Best Potatoes, peck ... ......eo.... 30c
} a Brooklyn 3, Baltimore 1. will pass on down the family from generation to gen-

ZEPPELIN TO SUPERINTEND eration. We make it as good as the families who 24 lb. sk Snow Hobby (K.P) Flour... 90c

buy it.

: London, Oct. 2.-In a dispatch from

Amsterdam Reuter's correspondentsays

information has reached that

city from Germany that Count Zeppelin -

has passed through Essen on the
way to the front to supervise the DICKSON .IYfS CO.

management of the Zeppelin dirigi-


London Oct. 2.-It is officially an-
nounced at Vienna, according to a POSTOFFICLEXPER'l' PLA6E
'_ Rome dispatch to the Exchange Tele- I

that the AustroGerman l"
army concentrated at Cracow " " " " " "
't" numbers 2,500,000 men. 1..1.11.111111111111111111111111111111111.111111.

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Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Chester have i 'MllllllliilllltlHililMi WOODMEN UNVEILING POSTPONED .

returned from South Pittsburg, Pa., Ir t 1(11))
WADE where they spent the summer. They 1 FAVORTE THEATREOpen ;

) THE TUNER returned on the Tampa Special yes- The unveiling of the monumentover

ORLANDO, FLA. terday afternoon.Mr. I 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. tl J |, the grave of Sovereign Hudson, II A How to Provethat

and Mrs. L. H. Gedge and chil- Admission 5 cents which was to have taken place at

dren, who have spent the summer at Winter Garden tomorrow, has been aFountain

The Sentinel want ad. way will get Walloon Lake, Michigan, will return 1.1111.11.1..1..11111.TODA postponed on account of the neces- Pen

you results. ;i I tomorrow and occupy their pretty Y'S PROGRAM sary arrangements not having been

SlrV A. R. Bogue is spending todayin home on Ridgewood avenue. perfected. A later date for the un- Won't Leak 1
Crystal. "A 'Telephone Engage- veiling, at which Dr. B. C. Abernethywill -
business for Chase &
Tampa on Mrs. C. E. Hart and daughter, Miss
ment." A comedy, featuring Pearl make the memorial address, will LOOS.tlhefcedtnbe. ifttscuned-
Company. Margaret, and Miss Mary Howard, White. ranker-the Pen wont leak
be announced through the SentineL The Parker LUCky Curve
Miss Mary Scruggs left yesterdayfor who have been enjoying life at Day- Powers. Edwin August in "The I tow**....u. tk. ha. ,l.causing Feed Capillary Tube-
Faith of Two. Attraction. This dra_ ink out
West Palm Beach; where she will tona Beach, returned home last even- Joker. Bess Meredyth in "The of feed tube as in picture: the iuatant
you turn pen upright. Thafa
ing and report a most enjoyable out- why
visit friends.Mr. Magnet. A comedy by Wm. Wol- PINES" TONIGHT Parkers won't leak. ; i
ing. Ordinary fountain have straight
W. F. Hitchcock, of Peoria, Ill, bert.This is a good program. See it and At the reed tubes in which ink Mays, even Y I
house Mr.
tonight when
opera pen is point up. Air inside ofpeneapandingfromheatofyourbody
is spending today in Orlando, a guestat Mrs. E. G. Hauselt is the happy have a good laugh. George Prince offers New York's lat- : ,
the San Juan. possessor of a handsome 1915 Over- est dramatic hit, "The Girl of the ..4Standard- forces this ink style out Parker onto end Lucky of pen.Curve
land automobile presented to her by Whispering Pines." This is a clean- Xlit Pens $1.50 to$250X0 according to aiM
IL Holtz, of Piedmont, spent ORLANDO VISITOR KILLED IN I and ornamentation.N .
Mr. H. Mr. Hauselt, the popular and accom- cut and vividly told tale of the whispering -
yesterday in Orlando, looking after AUTO ACCIDENTMr. pine country, and it will be Parker Jack Kalf Safety Pa
modating teller of the People's Na- presented in four acts with special cannot leak if it tries. You can even
business matters. carry it mtU 4nu. Prices $2.50 up.N .
tional bank. scenery and a capable cast of charac- i
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Briggs, of A. A. Carmack, of the Yowell- ters. Each act will be set in scenery
Musselwhite who has
the visitors in Mr. Peyton Duckworth company, received a tele- in keeping with the story.
Apopka, were. among been spending some time at Hot The prices tonight will be 25c., 50c., HIKER
yesterday morning stating that
Orlando yesterday. prings, Ark., is now en route home, gram 75c. and $1. Reserved seats are on n n nlu
. Mrs. W. S. Craft, of Brownsville, Pa., sale today at Butt's Candy Kitchen.
left auto. He is accompaniedby
Miss Claudia DeLaney yester- coming by and Mrs. F. S. Bridge, of Franklin, IUCK URVE
day for Brunswick, Ga., to visit her Mrs. S. H. Happersett and daughter -
Pa., were killed in an automobile accident FOR SALE-Pure bred silk poodle IIA I p E N
sister,4Mrs.. Albert T. Carter. Miss Gilda. at Unointown Pa. Mrs. Craft puppies. Apply 20 W. Pine street, .w Parker Disappearing

Mr. J. E. Phipps, of Jacksonville, is Miss Ruby Overby, an attractive was the mother of'Mrs. Carmack and opposite Grand theater. 10-3-6t holds onto your pocket dip

among the popular transportationmen young lady of East Point, Ga., ar- Mrs Bridge was her aunt. 4 HF like a snapping turtle

sojourning in Orlando today.Mr. rived in Orlando yesterday on a visitto Mr. and Mrs. Carmack left yester- First class Bj Hf specialty atWarnlan's lu hell and when tlttttttn you into want iu to UI
Reps Vop o Court St.
J. B. Snyder arrived in Orlando her cousin, Mr. W. D. White, the day afternoon for Brownsville, Pa., 12-5-tf. W| write. 8 i

yesterday from Washington county, popular depot passenger agent of the to be present at the funeral, which any Money Parker refunded Pen doesn't if
Atlantic Coast Line. will await their'arrival. please.
Pa., and will: spend the season here. T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. dealer. protect
in Or- Mrs. Craft was an Orlando visitor Conscientious work at fair prices.
Mrs. W. L. Nutter will be pleasedto Ocoee was ably represented last winter at the home of her daughter Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf Get a leakleas. Parker Pea into your 1 1V
lando yesterday by several of her pocket before tonight
teach those desiring vocal lessons i
made friends in this
substantial citizens many
staunch and ,
at her home, 305 North Main street. '1 I city who will 'regret to learn of her niiiimiiiiiiiiiittiiiMLOCH'S
Sims T. N.
among them Capt. B. M. n
Mr. M. M. MacDonald, of Boston, is : Butner; B. L. Griffin, A. L. Griffin, tragic death.'CLOUDBURST. AllenaCoJewelers

among the visitors spending today in I J. C. Watson and T. J. Minor.
the city. lie is registered at the San I NEAR FOLKSTON |
Mrs. W. H. Wood and daughter, U
Miss Ellen, and sons, Masters Wal- ,
Mr. L. F. Burdett arrived in Orlando -
lace and Johnnie, returned yesterday
last evening from Lynn, Mass., afternoon from Bayou, Ky., where Waycross, Ga., Oct.'2.-Traffic into, Department Store I I Reliable Repairing D

and will spend a day or two in this they spent the summer. They are Florida over the Southern railwayand

section. now occupying their home on Lake the Atlantic Coast Line has been

Mrs. A. R. Daniels is back from a' Cherokee.Mr. halted to a large extent by a cloudburst 16. .CD .I
1 which occurred near Folkston :)IT 'OJl.
visit of three weeks with her daughter J. M. Heizer has arrived from Jelly Tumblers : .
Mrs. J. Mortimer Smith, at Jacksonville and will assist Agent today. Pidgen creek trestle leading :-- -
I into Florida is washed away. The
Miami. I Keyes in the freight office of the 1
Dixie Flyer, the Seminole Limited
Mr. and Mrs. Z W. Evans returned I i Atlantic Coast Line in place of Mr. and a Southern railway train north Fruit Jars 113l I .1Por.lEPftwflftJ'

yesterday from Decatur, 111., where Randolph Robinson, who resigned to
bound are tied up at Folkston, una-
they spent several weeks very de I I accept a position with Chase & Company 'ble to move either way. The rainfall I .
in Jacksonville. all kinds
lightfully.Mr. about Folkston for the past few hoursis
I Polish Your Silver
and Mrs. W. L. Dolive will Mr. S. A. Robinson returned yes- unofficially reported as ten inches.

leave today to .visit relatives and terday from a visit to his old homein

friends in their old home town Battle Creek Mich., after being ONE CENT POSTAGE A POSSIBILITY I Wrights Silver Cream Electro-Sili-
Daphne, Ala. absent from Orlando for the past Preserving KettlesSouth

Mr. A. M. Starbird, one of Apop- three months. Mrs.: Robinson and con.

ka's leading business men, was among I I daugnter, Miss Claire, who accompa-
The of the mail handledby
the business transactors at the county nied him north, will remain a while Orange Avenue
capital yesterday.Mrs. ( longer. the carriers in Orlando is in daily Pick Your Teeth

progress, having begun on October1st
John Schnarr, who has been Mr. and Mrs.. LeRoy Beight and and to be continued indefinitely. .HIIMIMItlMMIIM. .
visiting relatives and friends in Chi- daughter, Miss Ethel, are among the I 1 A record is made of the number of -- -- With the Gold Medal ToothpicksPotted

cago for the past two months, will I new comers reaching Orlando this i letters, papers and parcels post packages -
return to Orlando today. week from the North. They are from handled daily by the carriers. VENEER CORESALL
.. East Palestine, Ohio, and are looking II I
Mr. Joseph Meistermann, who has No; reason is given for the unusual LENGTHS AND ANY
; Plants Cut Flowers Funeral
around with a view to locating, and count, the order coming from the QUANTITY ,
been in Paterson, N. J., for
if they are favorably' impressed a I I without Special prices for October.
postoffice department explanation -
weeks after his interests, Decorations.
looking returned Stock up before cold weather. Designs Wedding
to Orlando yesterday. number of families will locate here I.I but it is thought the department FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND ,
from that section.
is considering the advisabilityof Also
Deaconess Harriet Parkhill returned the local let- OAK WOOD
Mrs. Musselwhite's committee for reducing postage on
yesterday from Tampa where bazaar work met with Mrs. A. D. ters to one cent in all cities large Orlando Wood YardB. THE SANITARY GROCERY
she has been visiting the family
enough for the carrier A
Cornell and Mrs. J. R. Davis last system.
her nephew, Judge C. B. ParkhilLMr. week and with Mrs. J. M. Caruthersthis similar count is in progress in other W. Kinesley Proprietor CARUTHERS & GORE

George Cortelyou is a well week. This committee is busy,t! cities. PINE STREET Telephone AND 344 R. R. Phone 200

known business man from Weahau- getting ready for the bazaar, and are i 9-30
I 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
ken N. J., making the San Juan hotel very enthusiastic in their work. They Eat what you want.
his headquarters while in the city. meet once a week, bring their work, Eat all you want. 111111 II II I I . u 11111 II 1111111 II I II II"
Take a postscript and forget it.

Misses Jane and Alice Whitner, .and talk over plans for their part of For sale by all druggists. . I I I I I I 11II 11III II I I 8 I I II I II II II II II I II I I I II ...........a.s t ... . . . . I
who have been visiting relatives in the coming bazaar. They meet with l7d&wlyrflttltliliBIIIBMIHHHM . . . . MIIIIMUVM-. . . . . . . .1.a
Mrs. Patch next week.A E
Orlando and Sanford, will return to-

day to their home in Jacksonville.The telegram to Bishop Mann received E

Seventh Day Adventist conven- death yesterday of Dr. J.morning W. Godden announcedthe med- i ; T. F.HOURIHAN

tion will convene in annual session at ical missionary to the Seminole In 1'' Licensed Plumber and i

Orlando from October 8th to 18th. dians. His body was found in the Sanitary EngrneerEstlm.tes
of visitors to
Hundreds are expected
Grand Cross Mission south of Immok-
< i Furnished. Jobbing
attend.T. alee, in Lee county, and the body was | | Promptly Attended to.

F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. carried to Immokalee where a coro-
Conscientious work at fair prices. PHONE 629
ner's jury investigated the cause of
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf death. Dr. Godden was well knownin Io6 Court Street

Eat all you want. this city, where he has visited a ORLANDO, FLORIDA 1915 Hudson 40" Here
Eat what you want. number of times and made addresses
Take a postscript and forget it.
For sale by all druggists.l7d&w.lyi. relative to his work among the In-. 4-il-lm L

dians. I MlttllltltlllMimiHMlItllltlltttMMIIII $J. 550 HI

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Drop in and see the "SIX" that ,I.

Rebuilt Cars LI oversold the output by over 3,000

cars last year.



a model 19 Buick 30 Horse Power. Car \ 4

is in good condition, and well worth the price ; t

\ $425.00\ f


For 1912 EMF30". Has demountable rims 5

windshields dition in every, a new and in first. class con-, S San Juan G aarago Co.


| | Orlando Auto & Supply Co. 8-27-d&w 9F F i}

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IN A TRAP PEOPLE'S WANTS FOR housekeeping RENT-,Furnished suite of large for light airy uD1ber, Laths and shingles

___ __ rooms, with all modern conveniences. .
t Close in. 312 N. Main. 6-30-6t

FOR RENT Beautiful dwelling with
Swinburne's Odd Adventure on Nntieca ti Ixwr. Wanteo. >or S&IA }'.r garage; elegantly furnished; on (
Rent, etc., for this _I.+na. Zot '"r fine die Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. 4.i.e.
the Ccast cf Uormlnrl: )'. 60. for thre da*->. wr $1..." ti wke * U *4>rd or leu. Money muss &OCeIr.-1WD7
the Ktive uaeottnU for Ota column, a* DO TREES FOR SALE .....
FACED A MADDENING DEATH.A in.ertwne win tw made on credit.
The Terra Ceia Nurseries have for
sale the Walters (Florida Standard) ORLAN"DORoyal
FOR SALE-Five gallon nickel plated variety of grapefruit from one to
Perilous Feat That FOP a Tim En- coffee urn, as good as new, at a three years old, budded on three to
tombed Him In a Narrow Tunnel of bargain. M. C. Broome, Box 573. four years old rough lemon roots;

Solid Rock and Cam Near Putting a 9-25-6t and the Heart's Tardiff orange,, one
Premature End to Hia Mortal Career. year old buds on three years old
I FOR SALE-One or both of a team rough lemon roots. All in first class Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
of black mares, weight 1100 and
In his youth Swinburne was a famous condition.
1200. Good drivers, single or double.C. .
swimmer and for he used
to retire In summer to the picturesque I 9-18-tf. E. Enlow, Winter Park, Fla. .Terra C. Rowell Ceia,,Florida.J. Manager.. 1111'llltlllllllllIIII' : : : : : : : : : : ; ; ; : : :: : : ; : : : : ::: ::::::::,::::::::::::::::t:::

little Tillage of Etretat on the Normandy solicited.
For Sale Silver Cluster Correspondence
coast there to breast the waves
end to wander about the chalk cliffs Fruit and Valencia late orange buds.
Vigorous stock, 50c 1. year; 75c 2 ROY H. BARNARDHas EoSJt'rESSImportant
! ': and gaze forth from some coign of vantage years old.9232m .

upon "the blown wet face of the H. C. McDANIEL.FOR opened an automobile repair shopat

8e8.One 17 Hughey street. If you want
ad- SALE BY OWNER good service and reasonable rates call
About 2,000 acres of good farmingand and see him. Also Overland, Hudson'
- print. and came near putting service. friendships result from the right introduction and ii
; a premature fruit land in one solid tract, within and Chalmers livery ,
: end to his mortal career. five miles of Orlando. An ideal Phone 646. 6-26-6t
- At one point of the coast a vast natural place to colonize. For particulars the most important ones come through the right banking con- : :
arch nearly 100 feet in height Is address "A," care Sentinel. 9-27-Gt LIST YOUR PROPERTYwith
formed by a flying buttress at right an- nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We ; ;
gles to the general line of the cliffs FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine
which plants its foot below high water hammock land; eight in grove; the look me it now over, while and familiarize I have the myself timeto invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter- : :
present of will be from
mark on the shingle beach. The cen- crop oranges I made the
tral mass of this buttress fell or wan 750 to for 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, with largest the number talking of points.sales last winter est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
ready setting-10 acres in lake,
eaten away by the waves In prehistoric one and quarter miles from Apopka. and expect to do even better this win- -= ..

ages leaving a pointed gothic Price, $5,000. Address W. H., Box ter. My prospects are beginnig to arrive -
doorway of remarkable symmetry and and it might cause you to losea
178 Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf
mightier than any' ever built by man. sale by putting it off. Call todayat BANK & TRUST CO.

It I U a famous landmark of the coast FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. my new offices in the Watkins
and is to be seen in countless marine Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas- building and list your property.
pictures painted in the latter halt of tle.' 9-18-tf

the last century. Real Estate. Phone 555. la'I"llli' : :: :: ::: : iniiIliilllitilllllllitHiiHat ::: // :::::::::::::: ::::
The outer springer or pier of this II FOR SALE OR RENTHousewith
gigantic arch is submerged at flood- all conveniences; unfurnished at l

tide seen to but be when pierced the by water a small recedes hole it or is able 106 West to small Concord family.Ave.Also; price on reason-second 5-TOURIST TRAINS-5 : : ::ltlitl'IIIII: : : : : : II : : :::::::::::::::''MtC :

floor of 201 West Concord Ave., a
tunnel also of natural formation. passIng -
suite of three rooms with bath and
clear through the substance of the
toilet. This suite is arranged for
chalk from one side to the other. This "DIXIE FLYER"
light housekeeping, all furnished, two
hole is partly choked up with the flint "DIXIE LIMITED" CLOTHINGOur
additional rooms might be arrangedfor
pebbles of which the beach Is composed if desired. See Wm. L. Coryelel, -SEMINOLE LIMITED""MONTGOMERY
but space enough remains for a 201 West Concord Ave. 9-23-6t ROUTE""SOUTH
man to crawl through. (Concord Avenue is o be paved).
The passage is about sixty feet in Cars from Chicago, St.
length but is bent in its course so that Louis Cincinnati, Louisville, and intermediate
s when halfway through daylight cannotbe FOR RENT points to Jacksonville,Fla. new stock of

seen in either direction. It was a DINING CARS
s= local feat of the athletic young fisher- FOR RENT-Two rooms for light Via
men of the region to wriggle their way housekeeping, with all modern con- ATLANTIC COAST LINE

through the tunnel at low tide.: 9-25-6t veniences. Inquire 312 E. South St. Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. i| Ml and Winter Clothing |

I Swinburne bad witnessed one of G. KIRKLAND, D.P.A. ,
these performances and made up his FOR RENT Hillsboro Hotel Tampa, Fla.
mind to attempt the passage himself Rooms for light housekeeping; mod A. W. FRITOT, D.P.A.
Be chose a day following one of the ern up to date; furnished or unfurnished 138 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

fierce storms of late August When he ; on Lucerne Circle; with gar- Made by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in ; !
reached the spot the sun was setting den, fruit and flowers. See J. F. ,
and the beach was deserted. lie did Watkins. 9-24-tf

not think it worth while to remove any and anxious for
of the rough tweed outing garments FOR RENT-Six rooms for light G.CO we are you to see our ;
housekeeping. Furnished or ul urni

bauds that himself be und into wore knees the but darkness and got began down of the worming ou hole.Us i I ished.9-22-tf.Apply 409, DeLaney Street. Insect KillerVill New Styles, and high class tailoring. Best j

At first all went well, but as he pro- Rid
; ceeded the passage narrowed and the MISCELLANEOUS place in the city to buy clothing.

slimy walls of the chalk rock so impeded -
Your house of all insects.
'* his movements that he was un- YOUNG LADY would like reasonable
able any longer to use his arms freely board in country. Would prefer
but could only push with his feet and other young people in the family. Quarts 35c. Gallon $1.00

uiululate his body. lie had reachedthe Write Box 792, Orlando, Fla. 1-3t W. 1VI. SLElVIONS
For sale by
bend of the tunnel and the darkness AN EXPERIENCED YOUNG MAN I
was absolute. He still pressed on,
wants position as chauffeur. Ad-
but only to find himself wedged in yet dress G. M. Arie, city. 10-2-2t Carruthers & Gore

more tightly.A .
minute more and be realized with WANTED TO HIRE iMIIIHIIIIiliililiiiilttilMIOiillllllllilllM II II I r II 1111111 11111 I II
horror that he could no longer move Man and wife to work orange grove. o MHM It aeteiliMM! MICIIitnm tfl9HiiOliiil9MiteaBBMOIM (.

au inch either forward or backward. Box 396, Orlando. 9-27-6t NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet

The waves had heaped the pebbles up potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. . .IIIIIIIIIIII.lllli..rl . BOMIMCOtf tMitlin
iu the center, and he was now firmly WANTED-Young lady to work in Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant IIa---.111111111IJCI111'lj.III.III..IIIIIIIIICIIIII.11.11'. .
dry goods store. W. M. Slemons.
Fla. 5-24-tf
Co.. Apepka,
embedded within a hundred thousand

i' tons: of solid rock.It 6-30-2t Who is your painter and decorator? I 3 $ wflfiiJ"
was evening. There was no GOOD TABLE BOARD with rooms If you are satisfied keep the one you yor.
chance of any one's coming to his res- at 305 South Liberty street. 27-6t have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican.
cue. No one had seen him enter the NT>. 36. 1-20-tf
3 tunnel or bad been Informed of his WANTED-400 sour orange, 400
r His grapefruit stock, 2 or 3 years old;
purpose. presence mijrbt; not
must be thrifty, good. State price '
be discovered in days or weeks and in'reply.. Address "Grower" They Were to
r care of
meanwhile the tide would have risen SentineL __ 9-19-6td&w The Cathedral l School
and fallen many times and be would r

hare been helplessly drowned.In POSITION WANTED-Young mar-
black darkness powerless to stir ried man of good habits, refined and ORLANDO FLORIDA

to be must lie and wait for the certain well educated, would like to take (Formerly known a* Pell-dark School)
end. The recession and rise of the charge of orange grove. Thoroughly be Married Soon
tide would take he calculated not less competent and reliable. Two years' REOPENS OCTOBERA
experience in Southern California.
than six hours, and 0
long his best hope Address N, Box 178, Sentinel. Boarding and Day School for Girls-
was that madness would render him 9-26-3t Regular and Special Course!-Primary.

unconscious long before the end came. Music Intermediate-Art-Elocution and Academic-Physical Grade Culture- Came to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of
But be there FURNISHED ROOMS-An excellent
as lay a sound came Domestic Science-Admirable Situation
to his ears that chilled his nerves with location. Apply 418 South Lake and Surrounding*---Climate Healthful- four or five rooms. They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable,

a a fresh terror. It was the sound of aware St. 9-23-pm Careful Low Rates.Home Life-Capable Teachers- yet the amount ot money which they had available for the furnishing of their

: breaking at the farther mouth
Rer. Roderick P. Cobb Bishop Mann. home made expensive peices prohibitive.
is of the tunnel. The tide was rising and BOARD AND ROOMS-House newlv Rector. President.
in a few minutes it would begin to filly furnished and remodeled. Northern They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.

the narrow passage. cooking. $5 and $6 per week. We offered a few suggestions and gave them some new Idea They were

The realization of this fact paralyzed corner Excellent South location.and Boone Magnolia streets.House Mrs., much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they
him for a' moment; then it stimulatedhim Dudley Matthews
Marie Lewis
manager. 9-4-lm should want.
to almost superhuman effort thought they
Forcing himself on his left side he FOR SALE-A No. 1 saddle After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doingthe

sue-seeded in getting his right arm out or buggy horse. Address,mare care ARCHITECTURAL AND GENERAL best possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their: or-
beyond him. It gave his body a little Wright's, Box :567.> 9-2-tf DRAFTING.
more play. der with us.This.
By desperate but systematic wrig- SIDEBOARDSFor Blue Printing and Map Work. Patent is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whom we arepleasin
i office drawings, show cards, and
gigs and twistings be was able to sale at once. Large sized. Good general commercial art. Perspective .
work away from beneath him come of condition. Telephone 370. 9-29-tf in color or flat washes. \Ve extensive stock of serviceable, attracthe homefurnishingsgrading
an !
the loose shingle and to gain a little carry
forward. The exertion was tremendousand SMART PARCEL DELIVERY BOY ROOM: 12YowellDuckworth from the lowest priced which are good, to the very best. Your appro-

far beyond his natural strength, wanted at once. Dickson-Ives Co., Building priation for fomishing your home may be anything frcin $175 toiocoor more
bat he was working for life or death.It dry foods dept. 9-29-tf
PHONE 54Z can make the most of it with us.
was a race between him and the you
TWO COWS for sale, one of them 9-lo-dAwtf
tide.The has a young calf with her. Both
end sudden.
was The tunnel
Jerseys. W. A. Branner, ilaitland,

.' crawl abruptly: on enlarged.hands and He knees.conld As now he Fla. 9-29-4t WOO Wood Wood
t scrambled forward trembling and WANTED TO BUY chickens, laying Is Kincaid & SnowdenFurniture
gasping a rush of water hens. Phone
met and submerged 446, or call on Mrs. M i
him. but it carried him with it W. L. Burnett, 4th floor, room 10, Excellent Core Pine Wood Sup-
alii I It ipofdeA. It flung h>kn forth into Yowell-Duckworth Bldg. 9-29-3t .
the} open air like a wreck of seaweed plied In any quantity
: bmteetL choking and exhausted, but WANTED TO EXCHANGE a large oi Character at Popular
alive with the bleesfd sky above hint. Shetland pony for a larger horse.
Another wave eaugnt him and drove Reel's Steam Laundry, 814 N. Orange SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida
him up on tu.- heath and he retained avenue, or phone 654. 9-29-tf Cor. Main ,

-y jiin scramble gene up and n lltth strength Carder entxgfh beyond to rat We>ney insure on real your estate Itte at and 6 par loan cent.YOU STRANDS-OR MORE !\ \. ; I HIM \ tttt\t ''til'i : : : : : : : : : : : : :: I
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know. he .14< aftfefwapiV "thefWiinsr Curry asflding Tampa FVu3254&wtC ELDRFJJGE BARLOWTelephone In town to Furnished room hunters are com FOR SALE
of a ,"odrsaved from hell**- Do''t wait for every, one Orlando day looking for ,
to every
Jurat* Wekon Gr4y,ln Sty. Lcjuii USrwihlle. have Eittrican. the painter, beZareY.
If you have subserved for the Sen- 375Soutji Am t4 l>busy to look you comfortable places to Stay; tbafawhy Nmrserjr stock: yie, two.. three and
tinel and are not receiving your pa ? trRr you should insert an aj. in our tOtW -esT oldntmds; Foster Early,
Street, Bear A. C. L. Phtme 636, and-1 will be on tbEt
The"water wag4a ceyferttK:: 7lL TJfAD' per, you will do -favor by Rot ying qp.lob. U20-tf .ant ad. volomn-it pays. pineapple, Java, Henosassa, WashingJonNaveL -

: sex. 'Iotto 1anv 0 us at once. Tracks Address Mrs,M.Kaflci

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.NEWS NOTES This paper has repeatedly stated Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's 10 D I tt= II 3 ,II I I 1111 1111 I Ii I I I I iMiimn j
that it will do no good to ask the Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf 'tiiiiiMiMiiitnBE 1
editor to suppress news of a legiti- :,
Oakland, Fla., Oct. 1- Our folksare
mate character. He is selling the Up to date painting, papering etc., 4 j
nearly all home again and we for the news and advertisingthat .!
paper is the kind you want. Where to get
give them a hearty welcome. is in it and nothing else. it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. ill

daughter Mrs. Dan returned McKinnon last week and from little Subscribe for The Daily SentineL Entrican. 1-20-tf PREPARED FOR COLD WEATHER\ l

Maxton, S. C., where they had been
itttltiMlliltlllllilMIMillilMlltiMIIIIMIillHPackers I
visiting their home folks. .

returned Misses Thursday Elsa and from Gussie a visit Henschen with t f\, \

their sister, Mrs. Henry Bevis of Th H Bola Packing C COMFaIIY

Arcadia. Miss Elsa has been away This cool spell reminds us that it will not be
but a few weeks, while Miss Gussie

had Mr.spent Teasley the entire and family summer.came back long before cold weather will be here. --Are you

from their trip to Bowman, Ga., on
Monday.Mrs. and Shippers of Citrus ready for it or will you wait until arrives. Jbefore
: Baxter Brock is expected
home on Wednesday. You ought. to Fruits and Vegetables. you have that] J
see the smile Baxter is wearing.We

are glad to report that Mrs. ....
I will operate alone under above name and shall appreciate '
Hewitt is improving after several
the business of all who have and any who have

days W.of P.illness.Braddock, of Auburndale, is not patronized me in the last three years. For informa- I I T

acting supply agent while Mr. Petrisis tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossingof Gas Heater

away at court. at Inverness on the Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure :

Hough trial.A building,' which I am equipping with Mauld's latest ma-
telegram was received on Sunday
chinery and can consequently give same service .
morning, by :Mr. Jos. Henschen, an-
nouncing the arrival of a fine boy at which has always spoken for itself. \ \ PUT IN ?
the home of Dr. and Mrs. Henry P. My efforts will be to sell all possible before resorting i
Bevis, of Arcadia. to distribution.
Leland Sadler, of Canon, Ga.,
grandson of J. E. Willis, came last Better "prepare for war in time of peace"
W. A. DADE Gen. Manager.
week to spend the winter. He is ,

stopping with the Petris family.Mr. mllllllilllMiMOttaMOl and have it put in now as we will be rushed when
W. A. Wilkes, of Jefferson, Ga.,

is visiting his uncle, J. O. Brock, and 1I1111 C I nil! ] ...II e I IIII C II II 1 III II D a I I . II1I I I. that cold wave comes.
family. contemplates spendingthe
winter.Mr. !
.Jeff Waits has had a large'tank 0 8 +' ft 9 0 9 t i* < i

erected, overhead irrigation, and gas- SCALE''
oline engine installed on his home
property and is now ready for a first SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY I ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT: CO:

class garden.

WINTER PARK Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale, Rust Mite !

and Red Spider that is hit. Removes sooty mold
Winter Park, Fla., Oct. 1. Mr. 111111111.11111111111'
Gene Bellows is packing his house-- and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September ..MilHIMtMOeMMIIWE 11111111.II" ill II'.. In IS 1111111111111111 I n lalll il iI'J.i

and October of the best months for
hold goods and expects to move to are two
Lakeland where he will engage in I spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents insects FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES

business for himself. We are all very from sapping trees all winter, and brings them
.-- family but feel sure out in a good healthy condition in the spring, thus
$8 Charleston
," j.. win a large place in insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom.J. OTICAL REPAIRING ana Return $8
te people they

SCHNARR & CO. Orlando Florida. VIA
-r 'chultz is back in the ,
!" he did I
atki re well be-
: so Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure the White Fly !

,. +. .', pening of Rollins Cole Fungi. 9-9 D. and W 2-M : ; .::::7: Clyde Line"Class

: :*, ded by a good sized 'liilllllMIMIIIIiillMiiliMtiilMMMIIiiiMillllll DR. L H. RAMSDELL
9 '.t people, the places of OPTOMETRISTSueces

*. ,_ dosed for the time, as ( or to Dr. O. P. LUdn) First Meals and Berth IncludedThis
: -f town people. A good ,
-;:,,dy been published and
$ .un9J'.Riofl'td"
> add that indi-
every .
i increased attendancek special rate good on any of the Company's

in each department. steamers August 22nd to October 17th
l Do You Want a Good
hnson, of Largo, Rev. inclusive.
a, of Tampa, and Rev. THE MARKETOf
Home in the Country ? f
)f West Palm Beach, Return limit 10 Days
Park several days in

..2" the college and mis-
Cleanliness Of
.j our state. QualityFRESH Ships! scheduled to 'sail from Jacksonville'every

lean up day" was ob- Our list containes some very at- Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
sday. Everything was
tractive both in and
propositions city
ehand and the amount FISH AND GAME:

_ __ dished was far greater country property. And we will be fjFor reservations and further particulars apply to
Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
than expected. The ladies simply excelled -
themselves in providing for the Everything screened away from the'fliex. and kept fresh pleased to submit them to you. H. G. WENZEL Fla. Pass. Agent -
"inner man. Capt. Doyle was therein and pure. To those who have property to sellr ,
all his glory with coffee, tea ice invite and satisfaction. We have -
We inspection guarantee 122 W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 1
cream, and that most tempting "red"or > to rent, we invite you to call atJUT
everything in the Meat Line. I
"pink, or some other color, lem-
office and list your property with ,
onade. Dinner was served to the -
whole crowd and so much was left is. The same courteous treatment
that supper was served to the work- :OSTEOPATHY
H. hat: has marked all of our business t
M. Self & Co. I
. ers. are in a better position than II I ____
I dealings will be extended to you. ever to give you the very best in )
MAKING MONEY PINE STREET printing, as we have a large plant : DR. J. C .HOWELL 5
Biggest per cent of profit ever is equipped with all modern machinery, i Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and;J>j*appointment :
Atha and the latest in type faces. If i
derived from the use of the Sentinel's Phone No. 80 Cooper you are now numbered with our cus- i No e>fra.charse-farsho *treatmeatTe1ephone
-want ad. columns. tomers we need no introduction; if
t4 Seth Orange Are, Grmmd Fleer you are not, then we would appre- connections
Try Sentinel classified advertisements Phone No-3 ciate the opportunity to prove to you Office cor. Orange and'Central Are*.
if wanting to buy, sell or rent ADVERTISE lN THE SENTINEL FOR RESULTS that we are producers of Quality "

.. They are money makers. Get the news in the Sentinel first. Printing.THE SENTINEL, 'Phone 24. Get the news in the Sentinel first.J."A _

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General Belief in Florida ': ; ,:

That Place Would Go to
Senator Bryan But Pres- ': :

ident Said Nay : "

'{ MUNITIONS OF BUSINESS Washington Oct. 2.-The president : ; t.. -
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today nominated Richard W. Walker, .
Munitions of business, like munitions of I
of Huntsville, Ala., to be United
war, must be produced and stored in times of i States circuit judge for the fifth cir uii; DO YOU UNDERSTAND J 1
plenty against the hour of stress and need. cuit. -: '.tU ..

Setting aside a surplus fund. from one's In the response Florida to congressional the plea of membersof delega- ; II It II 1- How you can personally be benefit- :

monthly business profits is the safe way to provide tion that he appoint United States 11 ted by the advantages accruing to
for unseen circumstances.Our Senator Nathan P. Bryan as judge of
the court of appeals for the fifth cir- Ii: II II Ill the oommmunity byThe ,
Certificates of Deposit offer a safe, ,
New Orleans,
cuti which sits at Pres-
convenient way of doing this-and they earn ident Wilson practically stated that
: Reserve Act ?
- 4 per cent. interest. he would appoint Judge Walker of
Alabama to the position.
z I : UU1. Call, telephone or write and we will .

i i The State Bank of Orlando eral This belief announcement in Florida that ends the the junior gen- j 11 II L 1.:: mail our booklet--just out---which

senator would become one of the ;? explains this act fully and clearly. ; "
United States judges, and ends a :
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great deal of speculation as to who .>' ,.
would succeed to Senator Bryan's
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toga. Also it shows that a large :

- I number of Forida politicians have f.' :....'.. .-....._...
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We take pleasure in annnouncing that on Saturday morning :'D'I 1 ; If [D: .

-i October 3rd, we will be ready for business in our remodeled .. : .
r quarters, and we trust you will find everything to your liking, """ -

our facilities enlarged and improved, our service better than ev f'l":: : : :: : ::: '::::'::,;,::,,-"<::;;>"::"- .- '':"''';''....': -'..'''' ;" ':-: -'. '-'. ..:. ",'.':,':-, '-,'.'.' .:,'. ';::.f>:/. '::- :(.:...:>:" ':1
er. It will be our greatest pleasure to have all our new and old 40 '

facilities for service tested and used constantly and frequently I were hatched." STRENGTHENING DEFENSES OF Mr. Martin Filkenburg arrived in
by everybody. We have thoroughly modernized and improvedour Senator Bryan will remain in his COLOGNE Orlando yesterday afternoon from

equipment, facilities and furnishings, so that absolutely no seat until the end of his term, and Monterey, Mexico and wilt look over
feature would be lacking to enable us to serve this community in will undoubtedly be a candidate to London Oct. 2.-A dispatch from this section with a view to locating.
succeed himself. It is generally con- Copenhagen to the Times declares ex-
the efficient and
most satisfactory manner.
ceded that he will be opposed by Gov. tensive preparations are being madein NOTICEWe
Park Trammell and intimations have Cologne for the defense of the
After hours will be held
banking Saturday a public reception attack. are pleased to announce thaton
been received from that city against a possible
from 4 to 6 and in the evening from 7 to 9. Music. and souven- Congressman Frank Clark may also fices October to the 1st Cherry we will block move oppositethe our of-

irs. A cordial welcome extended to all. j hurl his "hat in the ring." Ex-Gov. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Walker and San Juan hotel. Here we will be
i Albert W. Gilchrist may also enter daughter, Miss Frances and son, located better equipped for the and convenience more centrally of the
the contest and other aspirants will Robert will arrive today from Muskegon .
ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO. I be found feeling the public pulse before Mich., and will occupy their public.qRLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
the next senatorial primary and pretty winteiWhome on Lakeview ave-
MIMIMMMI itlMIMIHH Hit 111 i I i .. :election is held in 1916. nue. Don't forget the Sentinel want ads.

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:.1 V At The Big Store Saturday

z; : In addition to the regular inducements to be found, in our magnificent assortment

and complete, lines of New Fall Merchandise, we offer for Saturday carefully selected,

I Bargains from all Departments, at most extraordinary prices. I

11 All Day Specials All Day Specials, Continued Saturday Night SpecialsFROM


NEW FALL WOOL GOODS, in Serges, Albat- LADIES' RED CROSS, PUMPS Odd Lots, in $1 48 POPLINS, highly mercerized, in pink light
r. small sizes, patent Leathers, $4.00 qualityRED and 25
brown, lavender, navy
trous and in all the New Shades, 75c. 15c
50c cent quality, Saturday night
quality, all day Saturday ------------
: STAR OIL MOPS, Sanitary, the best :Mop
I' made for the money, $1.50 quality ______ 07 C LADIES' GOWNS, made of good qualityNainsook
EmboIde.1.trImmed., cut full,
TABLE LINEN, bleached highly
pure mercer- 39c
ized, 60 inches wide, 50c. quality ________ 39c GOc. to 75c. quality, limit one to a customer,

.t Grocery, All Day Specials BLEACHED MUSLIN, fine soft finish, full yd.
wide, 12 yards for
: BOYS SUITS, (second floor) a good all wool .
I: garment, in Blue Serges and Fancy Scotch o MAIDEN BLUSH APPLES, per peck -------- 40c CIII HOSE SUPPORTERS, side
Weaves, Norfolk styles, $4.50 quality for____ $ .50 Elastic, white and colors, 15c. quality ____ 5c J

-'A BEST PEABURY COFFEE, Roasted, _35c.
quality. All day Saturday ______________ 25c PATENT LEATHER BELTS, for Ladies and 15c
We are.showmg an exceptional line of Men's Odd Trous- Children large buckle, 25c. quality ______
ers, in all the new weaves for Fall and Winter Wear.
Exceptional values at _$3.00, $3.501.001.50 and :3 PKGS UPTON'S: JELLY TABLETS, (try STORK SAFETY PINS, all sizes, 5c. quality ._ 3c

; .00. the wine flavor) ___________-_______ 25c "
FOLDING CARD TABLES, (third floor), regDIEh"S$5S -
ular $3-50 quality, 1 to a customer $2.49
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BETTER CLOTHES, from the House of Kuppen- GOODWIN'S 20e. value FRUIT JAMS; absolutely I I pure, 13c I
j heimer, all the late fall styles. Let us show you, --------------------------
$15.00 to $25.00 KINGHAM'S RELIABLE HAMS, per lb. ----- 22/ cit f I ILENOX I

SE::E-UC-FLOUR, per half barrel --------- $3.35
LAUNDRY SOAP, 7 cakes for________ 25c I'
t.; LADIES' HOSE, Odd Lots, in Black Tans, i
\f;; White and fancy colors, Soc. and 50c. I
quality, All day Saturday ______________ 25C BEST CRANBERRIES, per' quart ----------- tOe BEST LAUNDRY STARCH, 5 lbs. for _______ 25c I

I The Yowell-Duckworth Co.I

r Orlando's Largest Store. Quality Did It"IJJilllMiMtlMIMIIHMfcMMMMMMMMifcMMMIII :

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