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 7, 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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Would Force Germany t


,Evidently Attempt to Surrround and NEUTRALITY AT FIRST CHEWING GUM WILL TRESSES WILL COST Line in France to Face .

OPPORTUNITYBelgium BEAR A STAMP OVER $7,000,000One the Russians
Cut off French Left Wing '""'---

in That Year Asked fora Senate Adds Stamp Tax to Medicines Will Be Built by the Gov- London, Oct. 6.-Along the Russian
frontier victory for one side or the
Advancing Army Will Sever Allies' Communication With Coast Declaration From Ger- Perfumes and Cos-__ ernment and Two by Private other is of supreme importance and

and Attack French Left in Rear-Reported Occupation of many in Regard to Her metics and Cost of Being Shipyards-Largest Shipsof the tremendous battle impendingthere

NeutralityLondon Pretty Will Increase U. S. Navy may mark the climax of the
South Sea Island by Japan Confirmed With State-

ment That It Was Necessary for Safetyin Oct. 6.-The Belgian gov- Washington, Oct. 6.-Stamp taxeson Washington Oct. 6.The Newport war.Military experts are beginning to

That Part of World ernment has issued a gray book of proprietary medicines, cosmetics, News Shipbuilding company of Newport appreciate the fact that the attacksnow
correspondence relative to the war I being made on either flank of the
in which the interesting revelation is perfumes and chewing gum, such as News, Va., at $7,115,000, and the I
western army are not entirely turn-
Paris, Oct. 6.-Special.-The( Germans, in a surprising showof I made that in 1911 the Belgian government were }included in the Spanish war New York Shipbuilding company at ing movements which depend for

offensive strength, are attempting to cut off the left wing army I sought to obtain from the'p taxes,'were voted into the war revenue $7,175,000, were the two lowest bid- their effectiveness on speed and sur-
I ders today for the construction of the
of General D'Amade and surround it., Aviators, returning froman I German government a declaration bill today by the Democrats of two ton American prise. Little evidence of 'either has
that Germany had no intention of violating the senate finance committee before 32,000 battleshipsto been shown on the allies' left. If,
aerial reconnoissance early today, reported large masses of I I be built this year. As each con
Belgian neutrality.
however, the Russians win a great
German cavalry in the vicinity of Lille, which the observers declared -I The German chancellor replied that the measure was submitted to the cern bid for one ship only, each will victory in the east it will compel the

were screening a large force of infantry and artillery mov- .'although Germany had no such in-]I Democratic senate caucus for approval receive a contract. Germans to divert some of their

ing through the region north of a line from Turooing, ten miles tention, a public declaration to that !' or revision. The other bidders were: The Fore western armies in that direction and
II't I The committee added the medicine River Shipbuilding company of Quincy -
effect would weaken Germany's mili- the flank movement will become
northeast of Lille to Amentieres twenty-five miles to the west-
position by reassuring France, 'i tax section to.make up for any deficiency Mass., at $7,440,000, and the
tary : crushing attacks, which will crumpleup
ward of Lille. I I 1 that their original revision of Cramp Shipbuilding of Phil
which would in that case concentrate I the depleted German lines. 'On
The route of march of this force westward has crossed the lines all her forces on the east. I the house bill might cause and also I II adelphia, at $7,625,000.Government the other hand if the Russians are

of communication of,, the French with northern Belgium and the I It was for this reason that no decla- to increase the revenue as much as'' to Build Third the victims of a severe reverse some

lines reaching toward Dunkirk, where the English expeditionaryforce ration of the kind Belgium sought I possible.The The two battleships are of the of the veteran corps will be releasedfor
I made in the and this is ,amendment proposes a gradu- group comprising Nos. 40, 41, 42, already -
disembarked, and Ostend the nearest in I was reichstag I service in the west and the Ger-
held to that for ated stamp tax of one-half of a centon named by Secretary Daniels as
prove Germany, a mans may pierce the numerically inferior -
Belgium. i time dash articles costing not more than five the California, Mississippi and Idaho.
long contemplated a allied line. Whichever side can
Both of these ports are within forty miles of Lille. ,through Belgium on France.It cents to five-eighths of a cent for I One will be constructed at a govern- extend its line farthest without weak-
Thus has this of I further that more than fifteen or less than twentyfive ment navy yard yet to be determined.The .
body newly arrived reinforcements effectively appears Belgium ening its front ought, according to
cents articles and ofa vessels will be the
blocked the French dash for Belgium and threatened the allies' made a last attempt to dissuade Ger- yet the experts, win the battle of the
from her cent) for each twenty-five cents of designed for the United States navy,
lines many enterprise by sendingan Aisne. Hence the crucial importanceof
communication with the coast. intimation the German yalue additional. Articles included in each having a displacement of 32,000
to govern- the battle on the Russian border.
Simultaneously, according to a midnight official report, the ment that it was wrong to infer that the list are pills, powders, troches, tons with these dimensions: Length I Battle Line Has Gaps

German's counter attack on the Oise, in the region south of France had any intention of violating I cordials, bitters, tonics, plasters, liniments -+over all, 624 feet; length between per- The battle line along the Russian

Noyon, was renewed with terrific violence. From this locality the Belgian neutrality and further that \I'i salves ointments, waters-ex- pendiculars, 600 feet; breadth, extreme border is not continuous but the intervals -
cept natural mineral or carbonated 97 feet 4 1-2 inches draft, 30
even if she did, Belgium would ; ; the various armies
army of General D'Amade reaches north and the army of General oppose separating
natural mineral waters-essences and feet; speed 21 knots. The main bat- :
the invader by a vigorous resistance. are comparatively small gaps and the
French stretches east. I I all similar articles for which a private tery will consist of twelve fourteen-
whole territory along the frontier
German strategy is evidently based on the hope of their suc- GERMANY READY FOR WAR BE- formula is claimed. Similar tax inch guns and four submerged torpedo -I from Tilsit on he northeast border ,
cess in driving a.wedge through the allied line at this dividing rates would be applied to perfumery, tubes, while the torpedo defense
point, : FORE PRINCE FERDINAND __ of Prussia to Dukla pass in the Car
cosmetics, hair oils, pomades, hair battery will consist of twenty-two
the French army, facing east, from the British force, fac- WAS KILLED pathians bristles with arms.
I dyes, dentrifices, etc. The proposedtax five-inch rapid fire guns.
ing north, and thus enabling them to concentrate a great force No battle line extends' beyond Duk-
on,chewing gum is four cents for The vessels will be heavily armoredand
I London, Oct. 6.-A dispatch to the la pass but small Russian forces are
against that part of the line facing north while holding the Frenchin each loft worth $}- or less and four propelled by turbines. They will
Times from Capetown, South Africa, harrying the plains of Hungary. The
their northerly positions or effecting a counter flanking move- cents additional for each added dollar be fitted with oil burning boilers of
states that an intercepted letter addressed J longest continuous Russian line extends -
ment by hurling troops from the north down the French of value. the water tube type.
upon to the commander of the from Dukla pass to a point almost -

left flank and bending it back toward the west. German gunboat Eber, which got I! on the Vistula river, a short

Tonight's official French bulletin adds that the allies succeededin away from that place just before the I Popular[ Cathedral School Will I distance from Warsaw. That is com-

gaining little north outbreak of the war, contained, instructions posed of the armies which swept over
ground of the
a heights of the Meuse, while
from Berlin, dated June 14, Fifteenth Year Galicia and is now the instrument of
along the center relative calm prevails. Begin Today
a fortnight before the Sarajevo murders the projected invasion of Silesia. "

revealing a complete system for I .Germans Admit Army Under Strain
REPORTED OCCUPATION OF SOUTH SEA" BY coaling the German navy on the outbreak I I The fifteenth annual session of the al exercises, the assignments and the I The News correspondent at Copen-

JAPAN CONFIRNED i of war through secret agentsin Cathedral school will begin this morn- announcements and an address by I hagen telegraphs the following:

Capetown, New York and Chicago. ing at ten o'clock in the Cluett Hall Dr. J. F. McKicnon, county superintendent "Vivid accounts of the fighting ap-
Washington, Oct. 6.-(Special.)-Confirmation of the reported of education. Several mem- I pear in the German newspapers and

occupation of the island of Jaluit, one of the Marshall group in the LEO FRANK'S APPEAL TO BE auditorium. The twelve members of bers of the faculty will favor the audience .the writers admit the situation is

south Pacific, by Japanese marines, was received at the Japanese I j HEARD OCTOBER 26th the faculty, drawn from various partsof with musical and literary num- desperate."The .
4 the country have already arrived bers, and at the close of the exercisesthe i Norddeutche Allgemeine Zei-
embassy today with the statement that the military establish-
i Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 6.It was an- and are ready for their work. pupils will be directed to the tung, describing the frontier fightingin
ment maintained by the German government had been destroyed.In nounced here today that the Georgia Every train that entered the city school building for classification. The I the Vosges region, says:

the statement issued by the embassy today it was pointed out supreme court has designated Mon- yesterday brought its quota of pupils, I II condition of the school, as far as the i "'The officers and men have been

that Jaluit has been used as a naval base by the German squadron -, day, October 26th, for the presentation -I and others are expected to arrive to- j attendance of the pupils and the per- I fighting day and night for thirty-

and that its occupation was necessary to safety in the South of arguments on the motion I I day. The opening exercises will be sonnel of the teachers is concerned, i seven days and the Germans are fac-
Seas. whereby Leo M. Frank seeks to have I brief and simple, and the principal !j was never more encouraging than at ing a difficult strategic situation in

._ set aside the verdict pronouncing him 'I''I' Rev. R. P. Cobb, will prepare the pro- present, and a successful year is as-I'the mountain district where they are
-- guilty of the murder of Mary Pha- j gram, which will consist of devotion- !' sured. rendering superhuman services, chief

President's Entire Cabinet Will gan in this city on April 26th, 1913. !I I ly in water filled trenches and under
Frank is now under sentence of death. | I I almost undescribable conditions.
Lake Region Press Association!
I His motion to set aside the verdict j i I 'The strain is said to be almosti

Take Stump in the Campaign is based on the claim that his constitutional !-' i i i unendurable. The French are forti-

rights were violated when Will Meet in This City Today:fied in excellent positions on the Vos-

-- the verdict was returned during his I'I ges and it is impossible to see their
absence from the court room. There !I No German troops have been
Washington, Oct. 6.-SpeciaL- That the entire cabinet will take The Lake Region Press Association today. The association will devote guns.
President Wilson in the cabinet meet- the stump during the coming cam- also is pending in the supreme court i will meet in Orlando today and will most of its time to business, but, the able to retire from the fighting line -
an extraordinary motion under which I I for rest.
ing today drew up a tentative out- paign has been definitely settled. The i be entertained by the local newspaper visitors will be aken over the city for
Frank seeks a new trial because of 'Bad weather is causing much
president outlined the I
line of the next work accom- men. The association is formed of an automobile ride and will be givena
political campaignand I '"
newly discovered evidence. A decisionon sickness.
plished during the past year and a I newspaper men in the counties of Or- dinner at the San Juan hotel. About i I
announced himself as "standing this motion is not expected until I
half, summing up all salient featuresof ange, Seminole, Osceola, Lake and twenty newspapers are published in )II
after the other matter has been disposed RECENTLY APPONITED AMBASSADOR -
the three -
pat" on years' truce the
pro- administration.
The drivingof Volusia, and representatives of the the five counties included in the as-
s for the alleviation of the Colo- of.'JUMPED. WILL GET TO
posed Huerta out of Mexico and other press from each of those counties are sociation, all weeklies except two of
rado mine situation the fact I PETROGRAD
despite events were carefully dwelt
upon. I expected today. the Orlando papers and one Daytona
that the operators rejected this prop Secretary Bryan will be the first OR FELL FOURTEEN R. J. Holy, editor of the Sanford paper, and quite a number of news-
osition. In all it's vital details the member of the cabinet !i STORIES TO DEATH London, Oct. 6.George T. Marye,
to take the
with the
Herald, is president of the associa- paper men are connected various -
stand is said to have Jr., recently appointed American ambassador -
president's met road, leaving Washington tomorrowfor
tion, and will preside at the meeting publications.
with the approval of the cabinet. a tour of Ohio. j New York, Oct. 6.-Philip K. Wal- | to Russia, has decided to
l cott, junior member of the law firm i -- -- leave here next Saturday by way of

I of Hawkins, Delafield & Longfellow, Hundreds Adventists Will!) Flushing, thence through Germany,

SouthernCongressmen Demand ,jumped or fell to death today froma and then across the Baltic to Stock-

window of the firm's office on the T Tomorrow holm, whence he will sail direct to +
Gather in Orlando
I. Relief for the Cotton (C,fourteenth floor of a skyscraper. Petrograd. Special facilities have i
GrowersWashington In the dead man's pockets were i been promised Mr. Marye's party by

I found visiting cards bearing the The fair grounds are a scene of 1 for feeding hundreds of delegates to I the various governments through
i names Philip K. Walcott and :Mrs. bustling activity in preparation for I the meeting.The whose territory he will pass. '
Oct. 6.Special.-( ) eluding Dr. H. J. Alexander,
presi- |Philip Keyes Walcott. _Mr. Walcottwas the annual camp meeting of the Seventh I auditorium of the main fair : >
Vigorous protest against the actionof dent of the North Carolina farmers' ; thirty-six years old. He was a Day Adventists of Florida, be- ; building has been arranged for the : FRANCE ACCEPTS CANADIAN f

congress for failure to relieve the union, appeared before the senate (: member of many clubs and had, itt ginning tomorrow and lasting for ten w i business sessions of the conventionas I RED CROSS AID ';

cotton growers of the South is threat- banking and currency committee today j was said, a lucrative practice. days. Over fifty family tents have well as the religious services. The i i

ened by Southern leaders in congress. Dr. Alexander urged the enact-i j The body was identified later as been erected and each tent is expected (Baptist church seats, kindly loanedby I London, Oct. .-A Reuter dispatchfrom ;

Tomorrow ment of the Sheppard bill, or one likeit that of Mr. Walcott by a member of to house two families, indicatingthat Dr. Poulson, have been placed in :. Bordeaux states a decree has
night, members of the to relieve conditions in the South. 1!the law firm. a big attendance is expected. the auditorium which will easily seat i[i been issued authorizing the minister -

Southern delegation, as well as rep- The bill provides that the treasury I Several large tents have also been several hundred people. |: of war to accept $100,000 offered by !

resentatives of,the farmers' union, department shall deposit in national TO INVESTIGATE MINE HORROR erected for children's classes and oth- No estimate has been given out of I I the Canadian government for organization -

will meet to outline an aggressivecourse and state banks in the cotton states i er purposes, and the fair grounds, the number of religious workers of I I and maintenance of a Red
of action on which to force half a billion dollars to be loaned to I Birmingham Abu Adventist faith who will i i
Oct. 6.-Official due to the large number of tents, resembles the attend Cross hospitaLTHE
needed congress relief.if possible, to grant the cotton producers or owners of cotton investigation of gas explosion in Mul- a big military camp. the convention, but the preparations

The lands at not over three per cent.I ga mines Monday morning will be The machinery hall, one hundred indicate that several hundred delegates WEATHER

resentatives meeting Bell was suggested by Rep- Banks are lending at this rate on opened Wednesday by Chief State feet in length, has been fixed up for I I are expected, and Orlando will

of Georgia, Heflinof cotton at a value of ten cents a poundon Mine Inspector Nesbitt. Fifteen men dining room purposes, while a large doubtless be thronged with these Florida: Local showers Wednesday -

Several Alabama prominent, and Vaughan of Texas. middling cotton. were killed and sixteen hurt. All but tent kitchen has been erected in the I I good people for the next ten days, I and Thursday, except fait north-
K Southerners in- AD HEAD- one of the injured will recover. rear. Preparations have been made j i beginning tomorrow. west portion.

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I Removes cancers, tumors of all I
vertising at moderate
According to the Gooeebone Weather OLD HOME We are pleased to announce that j kinds. No until are sat- cos
be deceived. is money you
Man Who Makes His on October let we will be- ,the columns of the Sen
Home in move our of- lieving. The best man to buy real isfied. Dr. C. W. Hains, 4-7 Warren
nces to the Cheney Block, oppositethe I Bldg, Lafayette street, Tampa, Fla. can place your wants b
MuhJe burg Township, Pa. Meriden, Conn., Oct. 3.-In the estate of is the man that has actual
San Juan hoteL Here we will be experience the cultivation of truck, 9-13-10t people in Orlando and
home where they were married four-
equipped and more centrally farm, and citrus fruit lands, and other readers of the
According to an. old-time goose- ]teen years ago, and where they parted located for the convenience of the knows what land is when se sees it.'I KEEP AHEADOf ing territory.If pape
bone weather prophet in Pennsylvania eight years after to be legally divorced public. There is a man of that kind in Or- your neighbor by reading the
we will.have a cold winter. This Edgar II. Collington of this ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. lando. Have him show you. Owner's Sentinel every morning and getting
is John prices on all property; no padding or I you want your bicyi
prophet's name Drake and he city and Mrs. Bertha L. Collington all the news first
lives in Muhlenburg township in the I of Mystic were married again 'todayby Up to date painting, papering, boosting. ;I a hurry take it to Wanna
is the kind F. G. ARNOLD. I Get the news in the Sentinel first. Shop.
Keystone State. He says: II the Rev. Charles T. Hatch, pastorof you want. Where to
etc..1 Second Floor, Roo-i 1.
"There will be white it? That's phone 636.
a Christmas.I the Methodist church. Practicallythe easy I Telephone Exchange Bldg., {
am positive that the holiday season same attendants were at the sec Entrican. 9-26-6t w Orlando, Fla.
this year will not be green. It is a :ond wedding. Ten year old Catherine I .onne

difficult matter to say whether there f Collington, their daughter, was a very lilllMMMIIMiiiliiMiiMiiliilMilllllllttitltMl. yur
will be enough snow for sleighing." j happy guest.IOBJECTS .
A number of other weather forecasters -I | CONWAY NURSERIES
z -: agree with Drake in this respect -j OF THE INVASION OF School Books and Suppl

that the I HUNGARY
saying surely snow !
will be deep this coming winter because i Will be our principal business 'for the

the weeds are so very .nigh.I Rome, Italy, via Paris, Oct. 5.- All TreesR.
From the sections where there was a.News from Russian headquarterssays \ \ Leading Varieties Citrus [week or two. Our trade in this depart:

frost last week it is reported that the the invasion of Hungary,throughthe T. PEEL, Proprietor.Local !extends from Tangerine to Lake Pcinse
tips of the leaves on the hickory trees Carpathians bas two objects. The
point skyward. If the tips curl down- first is to insure the left flank of the Salesman and from Orange Center to Lake Picke

ward when touched by frost, a mild Russian army operating against Prze- $ Glen St. 'Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATE I I furnish every school book used in .
winter is certain, but when they turn mysl and along the San river, and Box 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida. any n'
upward it is a sign that they are win- second,to open a new field of actionin I 924tfMHIMIIIMIMtilliliillOOillinilll in the county, and any furnishing from a

- ter leaves and that there is going to the 'vast Hungarian plains, whereit slate to
penal seats, desks and musical in-
be plenty of wind blowing and plentyof can frighten the population, disturb .
snow whirling among the trees. the drilling of Hungarian reservistsand I struments. We are headquarters for school

recruits and cut railway commuI I supplies.

KILLS WIFE, SHOOTS SELF nications, besides freely. feeding an THE CHASE & CO
important portion of the army from I \v. S. BRANCH
Lambertville, N. J., Oct. 3.-Out of resources of the country. ,
work and despondent, Frank Haugha-I PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs
wout shot and instantly killed his The Arcade Book and Music Store
wife today as she was on her way to HAVE YOU CATARRH modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-
date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the
work at a cannery. The murder was It's a Dangerous Disease-Hyomei
committed in sight of a little daughter is the Effective Remedy. PROPER PACKING
who had hold of her mother'shand Catarrh, which is indicated by
sniffling, frequent colds and crusts in FIRST AID TO
The father then fired a shot I the nose is a serious disease and if THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S
into his brain and his life is de- not; checked surely spreads to the delicate HIGHEST PRICESwhich
spaired of.Letters i lining of the air passages, and
to relatives show :frequently destroys the hearing.To however would not accomplish the end desiredby j TRANSFERDr.
that he
cure catarrh you must have the grower, if he did not also have available the services -
had contemplated the act committed something that will quickly reach the
today for some time. He and his diseased tissues, kill the germs, and I B. D. WIENANGA, Prop.
wife had been living apart for the drive out the poison. ofTHE
I Hyomei is just such a remedy. Be- CHASE & CO
past few months. This
with lack of ing a mixture of antisepic oils that I
work, it is opined, unbalanced his you breathe through a small inhalerits Livery, Draying and HaulingWE
.mind. health restoring medication cannot SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
I help going direct to the raw and inflamed I
lining of the nose and throat, which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, experienced -
ALASKA'S BIG GOLD OUTPUT [quickly relieving tha choked-up feel- competent and reliable. GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
.1 ling, stopping the unclean discharges, II
and healing the sore spots-you
Washington, Oct. 3.-Alaska's mineral i
I breathe freely. Even the worst cases HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS
output last year had a value of.responds at once. I
$19,413,094, the geological survey announced j There is nothing for the treatment I TRUCK
today. Of this amount the ,of catarrh ills that is easier, more l I CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED

gold production was valued at $15- j j pleasant McElroy's or Pharmacy so satisfying sells as it Hyomei.on the i OJBJ SIS & CO., Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
: 626,813. The total value: of the gold !"No-cure-no-pay" plan. 'V&F "

3'. production up to the close of 1913 !I 1 GROWERS' MARKETING: AGENTS HORSES FOR SALE
> was $228,392,540. Nearly $17,000- The best qualification for political j
Main Office Jacksonville, Florida
worth of silver has been in these of elec-
: 000 pro- ::success days primary j I
duced in,Alaska. i j'tions appears to be to have your ;i 9-30-d&w A. R. BOGUE Agent Orlando Fla. 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida I

: i I name begin with A, so you can stand ;
Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. >at the head of the ballot. "'i'IIIIII'I"'IIDII'III'IIIII r 'IIIIIIIIII'IIIIII'"

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

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

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


We not only sell the properties

ii. : Situated five miles southeast of Orlando; 14 large Pecan trees about 20 years old in full bear-

t ing. which are listed with us but
projected Brick road within one mile of ,
23 acres of truck land cleared and ready to be
property. The tract has 280 acres, on planted.

the second highest elevation in Florida, Balance of acreage adapted for citrus fruit and also finance them for the seller I

on a very large. lake, deep clear water, trucking. Also virgin timber and grazing land all under

fence. Sweet and Irish potatoes tomatoes corn, water-
sandy bottom and over one-half me.
melons, pineapples and bananas have been successfully well for the '
lake front, therefore has not experiencedany as as ..I.-buyer tojfacilitate -
grown. This proposition we recommend not only a.s a

frost even on Banana plants during good commercial proposition, but also as a good invest.

all- the- years 0 f the present occupant. ment.. A This money property maker has from buildings the start which with could bigger not prospects be- the deal I Mortgages bought

'1 Six acres planted in large orange and grapefruit duplicated for less than one thousand dollars. All farm

trees in full bearing.Five implements are included in the sale. This property can

be bought through your own real estate broker or sold and sold. I
one-half of 375 old
and three-year
acres grapefruit by any broker in Orlando. Private telephone on the

trees under irrigation. place.

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Wednesday and ThursdayDISPLAY .


Extra: : otice I 1


Informal Reception,, Wednesday Evening, from 8 to 10 o'clock, Beautiful Living Models j

We cordially Invite you.In .

order to let every one call and inspect the most elaborate display of Women's fine Ready-to-Wear Apparelever

shown in this city, we will keep the store open Wednesday Night, from eight to ten o'clock, nothing will be ;

sold, just open for your inspection.




The clear, crisp days of Autumn will soon be here, and you will be ready to don warmergarments, to guardyou j

against the buffeting of Stormy Fall Winds. We have been preparing for you, and have gathered an ex-

hibit of the ideas that the world's fashion proclaim as correct. We want you to come and see them, to select '

according to your fancy, and according to your requirements. 1



Wednesday and Thursday October ?, 8 I

be present at our Fall Opening, Wednesday and
i and WaistsIn Thursday, October 7th and 8th. EXPOSITION of EXQUISITE DRESS HATSIn

the immense displays beginning Wednesday, the great numbers, the variety, exclusiveness and j
every section emphasizes its undoubted superiority by each afternoon from 3 to 5.30 p.m., and Wednesday Artistic Elegance of the Hats assembled for this very
night from 8 to 10. :MUSIC.: important event, all our previous similar efforts have
contributing the most charming most extensive varietyof
rare novelties ever seen anywhere.A been far outclased. French Millinery, the most eminent
distinguished gathering of the newest, smartest OUR BOYS STORE, Second Floor artists of Paris are widely represented in the types of
the highest order of excellence.Our .
TAILORED SUITS, DRESSES As perfect in details as our man's store..tsase
have had in view for the last
own Designers sev-
hand in father
two go hand as and son. Thus almost -
COSTUMES AND WRAPS from babyhood, with his first Kilts, to the eral months the requirements of this event; their contri-
awaits you here Wednesday and Thursday. very edge of young manhood, he'll find the butions are equally praisworthy.
proper requisites in this Boys Store.

Wednesday we open wide our doors to welcome the new Right now we are showing Brand New FallCoods.In you are undecided as to the material for that New
the Man's Store Kuppenheimer Suits and Overcoats. Are Fall Dress, Suit ,
season, and the busy buyers it will bring. There is an or Wrap take a hint from us and let us
made simply and solely to best meet the style idea of well show invite
you.Ve your inspection of a very rich and
added touch and newness and freshness to the stock and.
dressing men. There is a grace to every curve, strength stylish collection of New French Broad Cloths, Serges,
appointments. Every article is as if on dress parade
to every seam, and lasting shapeliness to every garment.No Voiles, Wool
beaming and gleaming and shining bright. Call and get Crepes Taffeta and a beautiful line of
matter whether you are ready to buy fall clothes or ,
fancy weaves in checks, stripes and plaids. We are
ideas for house furnishing time. All are most cordially I
) welcome. not,come in and let us show you the new things.Don't showing them in all the wanted shades. '

I GROCERY DEPARTMENTOur Fail to Attend our Fall ,
Big Grocery Store is loaded with good things to eat, '" FALL.; ANNOUNCEMENTOur
in Staple and Fancy Groceries. Prompt deliveries. No Opening, Wednesday and Thurs- choice line of Fall and Winter Footwear are now

our transaction customer is is regarded fully commplete in this store until day, October the 7th and 8th ready. Footwear for every member of the family. f

The Yowell-Duckworth Co. II {s it

t Orlando's Largest Store. Quality Did It." il .

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Sooth Florida SentinelMORNING

AND WEEKLY a meeting of the directors of Woman's Missionary Society In Orlando Tuesday at 11 a. m., on

the Mendelssohn Club at the office of 'of the Methodist church met in the the vacant lot on the corner of Pine
JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner
the president, Judge J. M. Cheney, church parlors Monday afternoon.The street near the A. C. L. depot, and

it was unanimously decided to com- president, Mrs. Rush, having returned at Winter Park Wednesday at 11 --
Entered at the poetoffiee at. Orlando. Florida rehearsals next Tuesday, Octo- from her 'and
mence summer trip, again a. m., every grower is urgedto
Second Class Mail Matter.
as ber 13th. The hour and place will be took the chair. During her absence be present and see these famous

announced later through the press.A Mrs. J. L. Giles, first vice-president, I heaters burn. Millions of heaters are
splendid program is guaranteedto presided.A now in use in California alone and a
D ay. 1 Year ........................ J5.00 '
Daily. 6 Month ...................... 2.50 suit all tastes. All old members delegate to the district confer- million should be in the Florida
Daily. S Months ...................... 1-25 are urged to be present at the first ence at Miami was to be chosen, and groves. You should familiarize
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .5 0 your-
rehearsal under the direction of their Mrs. J. R. Davis was nominated, with self with the manifold advantages to

Weekly 1 Year ..... ................ SLOG tried and efficient conductor Mr. For- Mrs. Rush as alternate. This conven- be secured by using Golden State
Weekly. 6 Montha ...:................ .75 rest Dabney Carr. New members are tion is to be the 19th and 20th of heaters.Mr. y
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN of course equally welcome. October. J. L. Hamilton, the inventor of
u ADVANCETO Miss Emma Hainer has consentedto After business was dispensed with, this great system and Mr. W. A.

act as chairman of the member-I Miss Mina Gould andMrs. J. R. Davis Dade local agent for same will be ,

ADVERTISERS; ship committee. Without doubt this gave two piano duets, after. which present and explain any features of

will be the most successful season the meeting adjourned. the heaters or heating operations.Come .
for display and all other hand-set
adTtrtiiinr matt 1M handed in at the business this worthy society has ever enjoyed. I out and take a look. 6-3t
e fice .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. .. PARK COMMISSION NOT QUITE 1
the day before publication. This rule applies
t* changes for contract advertising it UInTtriable WHITE MAN CHARGED WITH A BROh.E Mr. L. C. Kunze, the Columbus,
ana will V* itrkUy *.. J
SERIOUS OFFENSE Ga., traveling n who was shot in i

Soboeriben desiring The Seentinel discon- The secretary of the park commis- the auto bus hold-up on the Winter
tinued should notify the office in writing on Deputy Sheriff J. W. Bass went to sion made the third quarterly reportto Garden road on June 30th, was in Or-
the date of expiration otherwise it will be
continued at the regular subscription rates Kissimmee yesterday afternoon to the city council yesterday, show- lando yesterday greeting his many
until notice to stop is received bring to Orlando Karon Hale, a white ing expenditures of $481.57 duringthe friends whom he made during.his con-

man, charged with breaking and en- quarter and a balance on hand valescence from the serious woundshe

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1914. tering. The alleged offense occurredsome October 1st of $100.50. received at the hands of H. F.

time ago in the eastern part of I Hobson. Mr. Kunze still suffers con-

Official dispatches from Berlin and the county, but Hale has just been DRESSMAKING siderable pain in his right hand from

Paris indicate both war offices are located on the extension of the Flor- the wound in his arm, the severed
Mrs. R. S. Cohoon has resumed her
whistling to keep their courage up.o ida East Coast railway in the south- dressmaking and is now located in nerves not yet having united but he

. eastern part of Osceola cbunty. Room 4, Way building, on Orange expects to ultimately recover the com-

Fortunately for himself, Senator avenue where she cordially invitesall plete use of his hand. Hobson is now
ladies needing anything in the
Bryan did not resign before becom- SCHOOL BOARD IN SESSION wearing apparel line to call and see serving the five year sentence imposed -

ing an applicant for appointment to YESTERDAYThe her. 10-7-1m on him, having been taken to

the federal bench. the convict camps about ten days ago.
. < -oAt -- county school board was in I Mr. S. Y. Way has traded the Dale

_. least let us get the world series session all day yesterday, disposingof i bungalow on Lake Cherokee to Mr. T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
. routine matters for the most Conscientious work at fair prices.
in exchange for the
off our hands before we start the def -
Phone 629. 106 Court
and adjourned about four o'clock to St. 8-23-tf
layed senatorial campaign for Sena- property on North Orange avenue
On October 5th, 6th, and 7th
meet again Friday morning.A ,
tor Bryan's place. formerly occupied by Mr. Chas. B. Eat all you want. 3
-0__ delegation from Winter Park appeared Saunders. Both properties are high Eat what you want. there will be held at our store an
L before the board and requested Take a postscript and forget it.
The will take grade and we do not know whetherMr.
war a recess next
that the salaries of four of the For sale by all druggists. Exposition of pre-advanced
Drennen has
week-or at least it might as well. acquired this desir- 17d&wlyrFirst
teachers in the Winter Park school be
The world series will be on in Philadelphia able cage and will soon occupy it witha FALL and WINTER WOOLENS -
raised five dollars a month. The class Brazing a specialty atWarman's
,and Boston. life mate or not, but his actions are
board granted an increase of $2.50 rather Repair Shop o' Court St. and FASHIONS in MEN'S
.... -o- suspicious. 125U.APROFIT ..
per month and recommended that the
A file, gently propelled over the trustees of the Winter Park sub-dis- CLOTHES, which for splendor
tough edges of an open tomato can,
trict make up the balance.A in colorings and magnificence
3s declared by the Macon News to
fifty per cent. increase in attend-
give the correct pronunciation of ance at the Orlando schools from the in style and design are unpre-
Przemysl.The MAKERI
o Conway section makes necessary the cedented in the annals of clothes
placing in use of more wagons to ac-
entire board of county commis- commodate the pupils, and some solu- making.
of Pindlas county has been
sioners tion of this problem is one of the
indicted by the grand jury-two mem-
things that will occupy the attentionof
in office and the
bers for three for being in bad the board Friday. Similar condi- have two lots on Hillcrest Avenue, one a corner lot THE ONLY LINE IN AMER-
remaining tions prevail at other points and additional
I and the other adjoining. Each lot 64x135. Bearing Or-
company. transportation facilities will ICA BACKED BY REAL MER-

o have to be provided at other schools. ange trees. Southern exposure. Sidewalk already
One of the Tampa Tribune's able TAILORING will be
christened down. Hillcrest Avenue will be paved with brick.
editorials yesterday was BASEBALL RESULTS displayed by the 'VORLD'S
"Our Outlay for Eggs." Outlay is
These lots will be sold at a price which will guaranteea
for foremost
the proper word, but our outlay Federal League __ promotors of fashion,
them has ceased since the hens raised profit for a quick turn.
Indianapolis 7, St. Louis 4. ISSAC HiUIBURGER & SONS
account of the war.
price on
Buffalo 3, Brooklyn 1.
Chicago 0-3, Kansas City15. .
The Tampa Tribune and Petrograd Baltimore 11-1, Pittsburg 1-1. Sec- I

Independent are boisterously discuss- ond game seven innings; darkness: S.Y.WAYInsurance
ing the merits of the Chicago Cubs I
National League the above dates their rep-
and the St. Louis Browns, respectively. -

Cut it out. Our Birmingham New Brooklyn York 3-3 5-0, ;Boston Philadelphia 27. 1-8. and Real Estate Agent I' resentatives will conduct our

champions will send both of them tot ,
the minors next spring. PHONE 172
Boston 8, Washington 4. : I
0l Philadelphia 1, New York 2. and entertain the public by as-
l The Tampa Tribune declares thel' I
Sentinel was unjust in its criticism sisting them to review the array i

l' of the Tampa police for threatening I iiMiiiiiiiiiiniiiitniMMtiiMitiiMitiiiiiiiatmiMMiiiiniiiiin; iiiiii ., WOOLENS and FASHIONS

to hang a seven year old negro boy
.t, in order to frighten him into confess- i ij on display.
S19ii Kodak
- .! ing theft. We have no desire to un- Finishing

.. justly criticise any one, but the Tri-

bune has a difficult task in defending j : SfJ \ Your presence at- this "fash-
,; policemen who would endeavor to ; FILMS 10 CENTS A ROLL \

frighten children of that age for any ion show" is cordially invited

purpose. However, the Tampa chiefof Mc1. TOY'S PHA.R 1 E2 LIT'S and as ISAAC HAMBURGER
police declares the story first told
in the Tribune was exaggerated and ( IMillMillMIMIIMIItlllMMMMIIIilllltlMMMBIillMtilllilMlilMMM & SONS are the recognized pro-

that the police never placed a rope fr. MIIMMIIIIiiMIMIIMIimillHiiilllttttlHiliilliiMiiMIIMHIiillM .' ducers of A IERICA'S HIGH-
around the boy's neck and threatenedto

hang him. One interesting thing EST TYPE OF TAILORED TO

s we note in regard to the incident is
It that the boy's age has increased from MEASURE CLOTHES, it will

c seven to nine years since the articlein be to your interest to attend. No
the Sentinel was published. Per-

haps he will be old enough to hang ina LIKE THISWe obligation to buy but, if it will

few weeks and then we will readily
be your pleasure to order, your
admit that our criticism was unjust.

o believe that the best workmanship measures will be expertly and
We shudder at the awful death list high quality, ,

4 : on Europe's battlefields, and it is an and newest and most artistic designs should be blended scientifically taken.DICKSON .
awful toil of human life for the worldto

pay to satisfy the greed and selfishness in every article of jewelry a woman wears for her
of nations. Nearer home we

;',. have a more inexcusable condition of adornment. That's the kind of jewelry we carry.

affairs that is costing the lives of

more people per day than the war in When you come here you are certain to find satisfac-

Europe. Six hundred thousand peo- tion Our is the kind that of
on count. jewelry
ple ;}n the United States die every every

a day 3'ear,-or one more thousand than one six every hundred minute-a will pass on down the family from generation to generation -

from preventable disease. By preventable We make it as good as the families who
disease is meant disease

caused by careless sanitation and the buy it.

neglect of the most ordinary precau-

tions. The life of one American citizen

can be saved every minute of

every day in the year by proper re-
gard for the most ordinary rules of

health and right living, and by the .IYfS CO. I

enforcement of proper sanitary regu- ,
lations in every home in every com-

* munity in the country. Orlando pays

its per cent., fortunately small, of T.H.vansthejeweler
this needless toll of human life, and 3 STOREORLANDO'S

the city is to be congratulaetd upon

the formation of a city board of FAVORITE
health. The co-operation of every OPPOSITE POSTOFFiCfcEXPERT -

citizen should be.freely given that the

work of the board may be effective JL
and result in the greatest good to the
city. 4tlli HI IIIIIIMIHIIi a

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been in the city attending to business O IM|Cfl

WADE affairs, left for the Manatee country THEATRE ;I To the Worshipful Master Wardens, "Get it at Allen's"Rings
) THE TUNER today. He will return here in a short { and Brethren of Orlando Lodge No.
while.-St. Petersburg Independent.Mrs. I! Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. ; 69F.&A.M.
Admission 5 cents I Brethren:-Whereas, in His infinite
E. C. French, Miss Bernice wisdom, our Supreme Architect has

After a delightful vacation Z. W. French, and Mr. Kenneth French, seen fit to complete the designs upon
Evans is back in his studio ready to who have spent the summer in Water- itiiiiimiiiiiiiiitiiiMTODAY'S the trestle board of our late brother
make you those artistic photographs.1063t town, Conn., have returned to Or- PROGRAM Chauncy Burton Nye and to remove

Mr. J. H. Lancaster, of Bartow, is lando after a very pleasant vacation. him from our midst;
spending today in Orlando, a guest at 101 Bison. "Dangers of the Veldt." Be it resolved, That we bow in
the San Juan. Miss Nina Lewis, of Daytona three A drama parts of, with war Herbert and romance Rawlinsand in humble subjection to the will of our

Beach, a student at the Cathedral Edna Maison. Produced by Otis All Wise Master, although weighed

Mr. C. B. :Murphy, one of Lake- school, motored to Orlando yesterday, Turner. This is a marvel of realism. down by the sudden loss of our be-

land's representative citizens, is a visitor accompanied by her mother and sisters loved brother, and
to attend the opening this morn- That in loving tribute to his
to Orlando today. Mr. J. T. Moss, of St. Louis, is a mem-
ing. ory that a page in our Records be set
late arrival at the San
Miss Louise Curtis, of New Smyrna aside and these resolutions engrossed

arrived yesterday afternoon to Misses Jane and Katherine Green Mr. C. C. Hanner, the contractorand thereon; 'We have a large assortment ]
of accompanied by their That a signed be sent his be- l t
enter the Cathedral school. Tampa builder, left last night for Tampa copy J
mother arrived in Orlando reaved widow, and &) of beautiful J '
yester- and other points in the state on busi- 0 ,. ,' ;'\ .,
Mrs. W. L. Nutter will be pleasedto day afternoon to enter the Cathedral That a copy be furnished each of t' .-

teach those desiring vocal lessonsat school, Miss Jane having been a pupil ness. the local papers and.they be requested designs in solid gold's a:.;

her home, 305 North Main street. there for several years. Messrs. A. B. Johnson and L. W. to publish same.Respectfully. 'It; .
submitted, III
Tifden left yesterday for Tampa to from seventy fi v e
Mrs. A. Rinaldi will leave this af- Mrs. Braley, accompanied by her attend a meeting of the Florida E. H. ALLEN,

ternoon for Tampa ,where she will daughters, Misses Alice and Marian, Citrus Exchange, which holds forthin CHAS. P. DOW, cents up.
arrived yesterday from California.The S. D. HARDAWAY,
spend a couple of weeks with rela that city today.
tives. young ladies will enter the Ca- Committee as appointed.
U We
would be
thedral school. Mrs. Braley is stop-I from Orlando, Fla., Oct. 2, 1914. pleased -
Mr. Harry Phipps was up
The Twentieth Century Club will ping at the Tremont hotel. Tampa yesterday greeting his old at time
meet with Mrs. W. S. Coleman, No. 7 friends. Mr. Phipps is one of thestate's W. M. SLEMONSWe any to
East Gore avenue, today at three Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Reynolds left
yesterday for Daytona Beach, where popular transportation have just opened and will be 11 show you these rings.
resided in this city.
and formerly glad to you our new fall stylesof
they will visit their daughter, Mrs.J. .I men's hats, bought from John B.
Miss Anetta Persing, of Philadel- W. Pruitt. They will also try to Col. W. E. Bishop returned last Stetson Co. Price $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 "
phia, one of the music teachers at the see if they can not eclipse the reported evening from Connecticut and other and $5.00. 10-4-10t
Cathedral school, arrived in Orlando catch of sea bass made by Mr. .
points in the North, where he spent !
John Cook.In IMIIIItlltUI D
yesterday.Mr. the summer, and is again occupyinghis l Allen &
pretty home, "It Suits Me," 307 0Jewelers
John I. Wentworth and wife, spite of the inclement weather North Orange avenue.
of New Haven, Conn., arrived in the last evening there was a large attend- McCULLOCU'SDepartment

city yesterday and are stopping at ance at the Grand theater to witness Mrs. R. S. Cohoon has opened her
'The Perils of Pauline.' This won-
the Orlatid. No.4of
dressmaking parlors in room
derful picture never fails to draw a the Way building, where she invites LI "EVERYTHING
big crowd. "That Orchestra" provedone Store GUARANEEED" D
Miss Nina Phillips, of Key West, the ladies to call and inspectthe ; ;
of the best features of the show.
and Miss Bertha Huelsenkamp, of latest styles, and any one need-

Havana, Cuba, have arrived to enter ing the services of a first class dress- 1 rb! !]
T. Stovall of and .
Mr. W. ,
the Cathedral school. maker will find her second to none in [ W-.. .. :. ::::IOJh::: -I c
his mother, Mrs. :M. H. Stovall, and Jelly Tumblers
skill and taste.R. ) '
; -
sister, :Miss M. L. Stovall, of Ocala, +'11 Ii 11 III II J 1111111.11"-- lit MMI .. :
:Mrs. Robert Koegel and daughter, are in Orlando today, registered at
:Miss Hilda, were in Orlando yester- the San Juan. They arrived in the J. Holly, of the Herald, will call Fruit Jars J

day from Gotha. Miss Hilda will attend city yesterday and spent the day visiting the members of the Lake Region 1 .1PQron97.w., ,
school. Association tomorrowat
Cathedral points of interest in Orange Press together
Orlando, and the editors of Osce-
county. all kindsIieserviog
Mrs. Zachary and daughters, Misses ola, Orange, Lake, Seminole and Vo- Polish Your Silver
Julia and Mary, of Sanford, arrived Mrs. H. L. Ermatinger, Mr. Elmer lusia all expect to be there at a good
yesterday afternoon for the openingof Ermatinger, and Miss Edith and Al- meeting. They will be invited to

the Cathedral school. bert Ermatinger, of St. Petersburg, meet in Sanford in January.Sanford Kettles Wrights Silver Cream Electro-Sili- ;

formerly of Orlando, arrived in the Herald.
: ; con.
Mr. H. H.. Paradise, representingthe city Monday en route to their home, j
American Melody company, New having motored from North Caro- Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Allen, who have .
York city, was in Orlando yesterdayin lina. While here they stopped at the spent the most of the summer in South Orange Avenue ; ; Pick Your Teeth 1

the interest of his company. Orland hotel. Nashville, Tenn., have arrived and are .
again at their winter home, 206 East MMMMIIMMIIMIIMM1.i

Miss Jewel Dinkel, a student of The regular monthly meeting of Church street. in this city. They report I! With the Gold Medal Toothpicks i

the Cathedral school, arrived in Or- Annie Coleman chapter, U. D. (X, will a pleasant summer and that i
lando yesterday from Longwood to be be held Thursday, October 8th, at 3 from what talk they heard while VENEER CORESALL J
o'clock, at the home of Deaconess we expect lots of visitors
the exercises. away may
present at opening LENGTHS AND ANY I
Pa-.khill, president. The program for here this winter. QUANTITY Potted Plants, Cut Flowers, Funeral
the afternoon will be taken by Mrs. Special prices for October.
Miss Evelyn Spencer, daughter of I Designs Wedding Decorations.
Stock before cold weather.
Geo. Newell and Miss Margaret Hart. up ,
Indian Commissioner L. A. Spencer, Messrs. E. A. Scantland and W. H. FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND i
Mrs. E. LaRue Bliss, secretary.On Loudermilk, Jr., two and
of Miami, arrived in Orlando yester- I prosperous Also I
day to enter the Cathedral school. t well known hotel men of Demorest, OAK WOOD .
the 6:41 train last night came I Ga.. arrived in Orlando Monday night THE SANITARY GROCERY
Orlando Wood YardB.
:Misses Dorothy Daniel, of Cocoa, and will spend several days in this
Miss: Frances Bosanquet, of Fruit- Gretchen Hodgson, of Eau Gallie, CARUTHERS & GORE
section looking over the situation W. Kingrsley, Proprietor I
land Park, the teacher of French in
Marian Roper, of Little River, Ruby with the view of operating a hotel or PINE STREET AND R. R. Phone 200 -
the Cathedral school, has arrived in
and Ethel Shiver, of Cocoa, and Alice boarding house during the season just Telephone 344
Orlando to take up her residence inthp. 9-30 I i 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
and Marietta Drew, of Jacksonville, beginning. They are being shown
to be present at the opening of the over the city by Mr. John S. Rowland, ., 1111'"
Cathedral school, which they are at- who with his family spent several
Miss Hedwig Koegel, of Gotha, accompanied tending, this morning. weeks in Demorest recently.liitiitiiiiinitiimi. 'l'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIII'I'II'DIIII'I'i III.n""J.I.I..I. t+"i .
by her mother, arrived in ilMIIMIiQilMliMIMIIMMUMIMIMIHIMMM I..I..II--

Orlando yesterday morning to be Bishop Mann, who left Orlando
present at the opening' of the Ca- Monday afternoon for Fort Myers, .
thedral school. telegraphed yesterday that he finds I
it necessary to penetrate the Ever-

Miss Nellie Kinzel, of Council glades region rid to take the long 1 Licensed Plumber and

Bluffs, Iowa, a teacher in the Cathe- seventy mile' trip through the swampto J Sanitary Engineer

dral school, arrived in Orlando yes- the Glade Cross Mission, in orderto Estimate Furnished. Jobbing
terday afternoon to be present at the settle up the accounts of the late Promptly Attended to.

opening this morning.Mr. Dr. Godden and to arrange for the I PHONE 629'
continuation of the work.

and Mrs. Robert Howe returned R Io6 Court Street "
1915 Hudson 40" Here
yesterday afternoon on the Tampa Eat what you want. f ORLANDO, FLORIDA I
Special from an all summer visit to Eat all you want.
Take a postscript and forget it. | 42llmMIMIMHIOIilllMQII
of interest
points including Louis-
I' For sale by all druggists.

ville, Ky., and Hendersonville, N. C. t-T-d&w-lyr H, & .,550

.. .. ... .. .. .

Drop in and see the "SIX" that

Rebuilt CarsFor -l oversold the output by over 3,000

cars last year.

: :: $250.00 .


a model 19 Buick 30 Horse Power. Car

is in good condition, and well worth the price


; |i $425.00 f

\ For 1912 EMF30". Has demountable rims 1

windshields dition in every, a new and in first class con-, San S Juan G aarago,g Wo Ol

| | Orlindo Auto & Supply Co. jjjjMMtlMlimiM

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WHAT A CHANGE HAS COME. WANTED-By two strong, young
PEOPLE'S WANTS J amber Laths: and Shingles
OVER THE FIRE-EATERS! Germans, work; not afraid to tackle
any kind of manual labor. Enquire
.p' Lawrence House or the Sentinel.
What intelligent man or woman 10-7-3t
fails to remember how fiercely the
e: Lovt. Wanted. For Sale. For FOR SALE-While the Germansare
jingoistic press shouted for war with
Pent ec., fur taw column. :ic for one day shelling Europe, my cow is shelling J-
Mexico? Only a few months the
ago bee Jar three dare or '1.111 u lur <>lla -.eli. for out the milk every day rain or -ZORLANDO
columns pf the jingo newspaperswere {5 words or lees. MoDe nuu; .-ijunj shine, Sunday included, and she is for
filled with denunciations of the advertisements for IH column. .* no sale at a bargain, and goes on recordas
President Wilson and Secretary Dry- insertion trill b. mad on aoedit.j a dandy at 7.30 Center St. 10-7-3t

an. The policy of "watchful waiting" j I LAUNDRYYour
FOR SALE-Cheap. A Planet, general laundry work French
inaugurated by the president and so Jr., Garden Seeder and Wheat Hoe dry cleaning, and pressing will be ap
successfully maintained by him under Attachment; nearly new, also 100 preciated. Satisfaction and service
the stress and strain of difficult circumstances Egg Incubator, used one year and guaranteed. Open September 28th.
saved 94 per cent hatch.623 W. Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry,
was most offensively
Cement Plaster and Perfection Limewsz
Church street. 10-6-6t for whites only. 9-25-tf Royal Agatite_
ridiculed. Bryan and Wilson alike

were caricatured with a lack of de- FOR SALE-Good dwelling with

cency triotism.that The was also well-known a lack devotionof of pa- established modern conveniences grocery ,business close in, ; $500 also Do Yon Want a Good il'I' : : : :: :: :: :: : : : : :: : : : : : : : : : : : : :: : :: : : : ::::::: ::::::I::::::::'::: : ::::::: :

worth of stocky good bade easy
the Secretary of State to the terms. Address L., care SentineL Home in the Country ?
, : cause of peace was jeered at in -
malignant editorial and scolding FOR SALE-14-room house fully : ESS
furnished splendid location, price
jingle. Indecency ran riot in the $5000, terms. Apply Alfred Hadley
attacks to which he was subjected.The 308 Magnolia Ave. 10-6-2w

president and Mr. Bryan were Our list containes some very at-
FOR SALE-Or trade for real es-
denounced as pusillanimous. They tate, a five-passenger automobile in tractive both in and Important friendships result from the right introduction, and
propositions city
were scorned as cowards without a nice shape. Address No. 112 .West

drop of red blood in their veins. They Church street, city. 10-4-lm country property. And we will be the most important ones come through the right banking con-

canism were denounced, and as lacking as failing any in Ameri-proper FOR SALE-One or both of a team pleased to submit them to you. nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We
of black mares, weight 1100 and
sense of the honor and dignity of the 1200. Good drivers, single or double.C. To those who have property to sell invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-
republic. All this was done day after E. Enlow, Winter Park, Fla.

day, month in and month out because 9-18-tf or to rent, we invite you to call at est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .

I the.president refused to plungethe
For Sale-Silver Cluster Grape our office and list your property withus.
United States into an utterly
Fruit and Valencia late orange buds.
needles war with Mexico. Vigorous stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2 The same courteous treatmentthat BANK & TRUST CO.
Some of the agencies hypocritically years old.9232m .
H. C. McDANIEL. has marked all of our business
now are protesting their love of

peace. Bryan and arbitration no will be extended to

longer are cartooned. President Wil- hammock FOR SALE-Forty!land; eight in acres grove of; fine the i I dealings you. ttt11ttt1ti1111: : : : : : : : : :11.11'IIII"I'IIIDI""IIIIIIII'11111.11..1.II II a .. & 111 .. i I r II II' U II. I II ...,..........

son is no longer caricatured. The present crop of oranges will be from .
horrors of war are depicted in mag- 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, Cooper Atha -

militarism one ready and for quarter setting miles-10 acres from lake,. i'': ,,,,," ." ;it 1'1 I'' : ,, : ::1 ,., ,,.::.11 :: : : : I : : : :, I : I : :.::::::::::::::::::::
Are Ground Floor
IM South Orange ,
upon Price, $5,000. Address W. H. Box
terrors of battle and the horrors of 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf Phone No.' 311
bloodshed are made the theme of end- I

less reiteration. FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. CLOTHINGOur
The same men and angencies that I Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Castle -

but a few months ago were shouting I 9-18-tf
; ,
4 for war between the United States FOR SALE-Pure bred silk poodle .

and Mexico view with profound con- puppies. Apply 20 W. Pine street,
Grand theater. stock ofWinter
opposite new
the of in
cern progress a war Europein
which America happily bears no
immediate part. It is difficult to rec- Rooms for light housekeeping mod- OPTOMETRIST
oncile these contractions. It is impossible ern, up to date; furnished or ;unfur- (Successor to Dr. O. P. Likiu) !I
to harmonize the recent de- nished; on Lucerne Circle; with gar- ORLANDO. FLORIDAWE I Pall and Clothing |
den, fruit and flowers. See J. F.
mands that this nation should go to Watkins. 9-24-tf FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
war and sacrifice its sons and treasurefor :

the sake of conquest, with present MISCELLANEOUS AND DO ALL KINDS OF

Isn't prayers peace for as peace desirable in a foreign to us as OPTICAL REPAIRING Made by SCHLOSS BROS., is coming in, j

others? Are the lives of WANTED-Chambermaid. I wanta
our own good, neat, clean, experienced and anxious for to see our
sons less precious than the lives of chambermaid. One who is willing to we are you

aliens across the sea?-Los Angeles work and knows how and what to 5-TOURIST TRAINS-5
Times. do in her line of work. Only colored New Styles and high class tailoring. Best
help wanted. Must give good refer- ,
ences. Write stating what experience,

IN THE STOMACH OF A QUAIL you have had, where you worked last "DIXIE FLYER" in the city to buy clothing. F
and how long you were there and "DIXIE LIMITED" place
what wages you expect.-Address W. "SEMINOLE LIMITED"
Five hundred and 'sixty-eight mos- C. Temple Alabama Grove, Winter .MONTGOMERY ROUTE"

quitoes, one hundred and nine potato Park 10-6-lw "SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED"

beetles, two thousand, three hundredand Pullman Cars from
Chicago, St.
twenty-six plant lice, one hundred BOARD AND ROOMS-House newly Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville, and intermediate W. M. SLEMONS

chinch bugs, thirty-nine grasshoppers furnished cooking.and$5 remodeled.and $6 per Northern week. points to Jacksonville,Fla.

twelve squash bugs, twelve Excellent location. Magnolia House, DINING CARS
cut worms, twelve army worms and corner South and Boone streets. Mrs. Via

eight white bugs- all these, says the Marie Lewis, manager. 9-4-1m ATLANTIC COAST LINE 111111 It U 5 G 11111111111111111111 II 1I1II II III U IIII11 till IIIIC 11111111111111 t
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. .. . [ : . . el.IIIIIO.
state game warden of Tennessee, FOR RENT-Four nice furnished G. KIRKLAND D.P.A.
have been found in the stomach of a rooms. Will rent to adults only.
409 Hillsboro Hotel Tampa, Fla. ,e t till' r e lor II C i r I II I I J 1111111111 ..11111.adtlc. .
common quail. "What would that Apply DeLaney sreet. 9-23-tf A. W. FRITOT D.P.A. II I I' II G J %
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' bird and its mate have been worth to 138 West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.
FOR SALE-A No. 1 saddle mare
?" he asks, "if they had reared t
you or buggy horse. Address, care
' their little brood on your farm?" Wright's, Box 567. 9-2-tf I .U 3 pflefiftfrftCtI
The and
interesting truly appallingmenu
shows that birds protect not SMART PARCEL DELIVERY BOY I The Cathedral School .

only crops and orchards, but also the wanted at once. Dickson-Ives Co.,
dry goods dept. 9-29-tf
health of men and animals. :Man?of

the insects they destroy are carriers, FURNISHED ROOMS\ for light house- (Formerly'ORLANDO known a* FLORIDA Pell.dark School) They Were to

of disease. A bull bat, we are told, keeping; electric lights, bath, gas
will devour a thousand mosquitoes in for cooking. Telephone 549. 115 REOPENS OCTOBERA

one twilight; given due safety and East Amelia avenue near Wyoming Boarding and Day School for Girls-

encouragement, a family of bull bats hotel. 10-6-lwk Regular Intermediate and and Special Academic Course*-Grade Primary.- I

should suffice to free any neighborhood FOR RENT-Furnished for light Music-Art-Elocution-Physical Culture be MarriedCame Soon
housekeeping, suite of large airy -Domestic Science-Admirable Situation
of and
mosquitoes prevent many rooms, with all modern conveniences.Close and Snrronndinrs--Climate Healthfal-
Careful Home Life-Capable Teacher
of illness well incalculable Ii
cases as as in. 312 N. Main. 6-30-6t Low Rate
discomfort. '

Commenting upon the Tennessee FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with Rer. Roderick Rector.P. Cobb. Bishop President.Stuns to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of

. game warden's statement, the Courier Lake garage Lucerne.; elegantly Jas. A.furnished Knox. ; on four or five rooms. They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable, =

.. Journal well observes that too many 8-27-tf the amounf oi money which they: had available for the furnishing of their t
yet i
farmers look birds "either with --
upon Rico sweet Dudley Matthews home made expensive peices prohibitive. q
* indifference or with enmity." A bird NANCY HALL and with through our large stock.
time looking
considerable us
potato slips at $1.75
1.000. They spent
which now and then grabs a grain of
Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant and them seme new ideas. They" were
ARCHITECTURAL AND GENERAL \Ve offered lew suggestions gave
corn or wheat, a berry or a cherry, is Co.. Apopka Fla. 5-24-tf a
regarded as a chronic marauder, DRAFTING.Blue i pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they ii iimuch
whereas he pays in service many a large thought they should want. ..
Shetland pony for a larger horse. Printing and Map Work. Patent -
times over for all that he gets. In Reel's Steam Laundry 814 N. Orange office drawings, show cards, and After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doingthe I

fact, he is a reliable every day farm avenue, or phone 654. 9-29-tf general commercial art. Perspectives -. best possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their or-
hand, working seven days in the week, in color or flat washes.
rain or shine, and taking no half holi- 12
C. McDANIELThe is example of hundreds of homemakers whcm we are I
a typical
days. The birds are busy with the YowellDucAirort Building
stucco cottage on Cathcart St.
break of dawn, and sometimes they pleasin
one block north of Eola' Park, just 542 attractive homefurnishingsgrading
stock of
work far into the night. They de- O-lo-d&wtf \ c carry an extensive I IV
serve protection for the good they do. completed-built for comfort and con- from the lowest priced which are good, to the very best. Your appro-

There are thousands of farmers who venience-large lot, stone garage, home be anything from $175 toSi.ccoor more i
for furnishing may
beautifully situated and will be sold priation your
need to look at the bird question froma WOJO Wood WoodExcellent it with
new viewpoint. for $6,000, good terms. -you can make the most of us.

Twenty acres on Lake Gatlin,
In Georgia as in most Southern
p about 18 planted to and
oranges Core Pine Wood
states the last few years have wit- Supplied
fruit trees, 5 old, fully
grape years
nessed a popular awakening to the
1,000 boxes now on trees. If de- in any quantity
you Snowden
value of insect destroying birds and Kincaid &
the importance of protecting them. sire this property, will be divided
giving two fine building sites with
The means to this end that are already SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE
Lake Gatlin in front overlookingthree
in force should be upheld and
encouraged by every one, particularly other lakes. Price for 20 acres STRANDS OR MORE Furniture of Character at Popular Prices
$12,000 $6,000 for half.
or Nothing
. !
by the farmers, who are so closely '
better in Florida. Owner has
indebted to birds.-Atlanta Journal. peatedly refused to sell, but on account re-- ELDREDGE BARLOW I_ Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida

of sickness he is unable to come L : '' B I: II m: I : : : n : : : I I II :
By order of the Florida railroad to Florida to live as he intended. Telephone! 375 \ \\\\m i; ; ; m 1\' :: : : I .1 .
commission the L. & N. must put into .
Two -
3 -
tracts --
acre Or- .
overlooking ---
South Street A. -
near C. L.Tracks .
operation on October 21st the new lando-fine lake view, good neigh- ,.J Don't wait for every one In town to Furnished room hunters are coming FOR SAjx

schedule of freight tariffs, as prescribed borhood, good land and splendid for Entrican the painter, before to Orlando every day looking for

.3 for all divisions in the state. surburban homes. Price $1,000 each. 9-l-lm have try Am too busy to look you comfortable places to stay; that's Narery; stock, one J two, three and

The new tariffs show a big reductionover 10 acres all cleared, north side you Phone 636, and I will be on the why you should insert an ad. in our four year old budJ; Fester Earlv

the old. Lake Ivanhoe, overlooks Orlando, Try Sentinel classified advertise- up.Job. 1-20-tf: want ad. column-it pays. f Pineapple Java, IH mo9assa, Washington

splendid land and a fine home site, ments if wanting to buy sell or rent. : I Navel Addo4* Mrs. M KM*

'v Get the news first in; the SentineL 2000. 9-11-lm They are money makers. Get the news in; t.he'.Sentine1. first. Read the Sentinel want ads. I Apopka; na. Phd/n. S222. 3-tS-tf


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ENGLISH TROOPS ARE Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale, Rust Mite
and Red Spider that i is hit. Removes sooty mold
and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September k 1

Infantry and Artillery There and October are two of the best months for
and German Losses Said to spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents in- i 1
Exceed 8,000 in Attackon sects from sapping trees all winter, and brings them 1
Antwerp out in a good,healthy condition in the spring thus This cool spell reminds us that it will not belong 1

insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom.J. .
London, Oct. 5.-The Morning
before cold weather will be here. Are
Post's English correspondent in Ant- you I
werp makes the following statement: SCHNARR & CO., Orlando, Florida.Schnarr's .
"The Belgian field artillery is cooperating I ready for it or will you wait until arrives before
Insecticide will j
effectually with our heavy not injure the White Fly
artillery. Our infantry is entrenchedon Fungi. 9-9 D. and W 2-M you have thatGas i
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site the main German forces. Two
German attempts to cross the river C III 1111111 H+ 1
have been smothered by our artil-

lery.werp This"English and dispatch are forces co-operating is the have first gone intimation'that with to Ant-the ij Th E Eoto P Mil! C Copally II heater

Belgians in the defense of that city.
The Telegraph's Antwerp corre- '
+ 1 1il
spondent, telegraphing about fighting : "r PUT IN ? 31-
around Antwerp under date of Sun-
day says, in part: Packers and Shippers of Citrus : I
"The Germans continue their des- i
perate efforts' to capture Antwerp. Fruits and Vegetables. : i! Better "prepare for war in time of peace"and
They are in a desperate hurry to accomplish -
ingly with it, their pounding artillery away at unceas-fors I will operate alone under above name and shall appreciate :I have it puf in now as we will be rushed when

Waelhem and Wavre-St. Catherineand I I., the business of all who have and any who have : :
flinging their infantry forward In not patronized me in the last three years. For information : that cold wave comes.
frantic efforts. I.I.: call on or write me at my Packing House at crossing
"Their losses have been enormous of Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure : j!
and the numbers killed are estimated! : building, which I am equipping with Mauld's latest ma- '

as movement.high as 8,000 during the present chinery and can consequently give you same service ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. -

"The Belgians adopted a clever which has always spoken for itself.

ruse at Waelhem. After the bom- My efforts will be to sell all possible before resortingto
bardment had lasted several hours distribution. I GAS DEPARTMENTlllMMMQMtillimUMIIilHlllliitillMH .
the fort ceased to reply whereuponthe
German staff, thinking the fort DIIIIIIIIIIII',
out of action ordered the infantryto W. A. DADE, Gen. Manager. :| t III II II 1I1I Ii 1 I' 1 1 . II II I i .1 II I II ....., II I II 11111111111 nil II 81 a 11I1I
advance in close formation. The
Belgian gunners waited unil they 9-18-2m 11111111111111111 I De IliHiSiamOilliMIII ; II U 111111111111.
could see the whites of their eyes and
then opened a murderous fire.
"Thus far the forts in the outer i !)
ring of the Antwerp defenses have '
suffered little harm from the German

are bombardment.not being worked The German by regular big guns soldiers $8 Charleston and Return $8

but by men in citizens' clothing.
Undoubtedly these men are employesof
the Krupp factory, hastily sum- VIA"Clyde
moned to replace the losses among
the regular gun layers. The heaviest
S German guns are located north of Line"First I
Vilvorde, where foundations of rein-
forced concrete have been prepared.
"The German shells have practically -
Class Meals and Berth
wiped out most of the little vil- Included

lages and hamlets in the outer circlesof -,,' ...,-1.r;. :, ,__ .
the Antwerp defenses. The Ger- '
mans still hold Malines, although at This special rate good on any of the Company's -::.. -...
a heavy cost, as the town is subjectto steamers August 22nd to October i7th
a constant bombardment from the inclusive. 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON
Antwerp forts." I

FOR THIS WEEK Return Limit 10 Days 11 Horsepower GUARANTEED 3'Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic

Mechanical Oil Pump, Step'Starter and 66 Refinements
Hunt the Place to Save Money Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville
Fresh from the counry Eggs, per every S275.OO'
doz., 35c.Keifer. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.-

pickles Apples, 50c.of Pears the for, to 25c doz.and For reservations and further particulars Wright & Hilpert 129 Orange Ff.e.,. _
apply to Orlando'
Peaches of the finest, 30c. per do;. E
Grapes,Grapes Grapes, 25c. basket.
Tomatoes, the best Maryland stock, H. G. WENZEL, Fla. Pass. Agent J 1111. 1.11111 111II. 1,111 .. mat (1:1: II U .

: finest, 20c. per doz. TREES FOR SALE LIST YOUR PROPERTY I i
W. St.
; is per doz. The Terra Ceia Nurseries have for
fcpefruit, and fruit 0: sale the Walters (Florida Standard) with me now, while I have the time j i
". ..the little store and be variety of grapefruit, from one to to look it over and familiarize myself I -
ality and prices will three years old, budded on three to with the talking points. I made the DR. J. C .HOWELL
a ain. four years old rough lemon roots; largest number of sales last winter Hours, 10-12, 3-5,
loan Who and by
We insure life and 'is appointmentNo
your you .your painter and
< do better this win-
: )0 SPECIALTY CO. and the Heart's Tardiff orange, one and expect to even 'i
'. Ch urch Street money on real estate at 6 per cfenf. U you are:satisfied keep the one yeu year old buds OH three years old ter. My prospects are beginnig to ar-j, extra charge lor hOuse treatment
interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican rough lemon roots. All in first class rive, and it might cause you to lose,
Curry Betiding;: Tampa. Fla. Ne. 636. 1-20-tf condition. a sale by putting it off. Call today!1 Telephone connection
cent\of profit ever is 3-25-dArwtf TERRA, CEIA NURSERIES, at my new offices in the Watkins j|Office: cor. Orange and Central A.....
Florida.J. and list
Terra Cola building
your property.
To be convinced of the i
ie use of the Sentinel'sas. producing C. Rowell Manager. WALTER W. ROSE,
Don't overlok the want ads. power of Sentinel want ads.--try one.. Correspondence'solicited. Real Estate. Phone 555. I' Get the news in the Sentinel first.


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:: 240,000 PRISONERS

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F C Prisoners Have Had Little Workto

Do, but Will Be Employed

Building Roads and Drain- mnri .-mt

ing SwampsBerlin

WAR STRENGTH Oct. 6.-The Germans now ... ... ... -'. .. .'. '...
claim to have 240,000 prisoners of "
A nation's war strength is best based upon its '
% war, about 7,000 British, 40,000 Bel-
\ actual fighting force, plus the available reserve gians, 100,000 Russians and the remainder : DO YOU UNDERSTAND

fighting material with which it may replete its de- French. So far the prisoners -

pleted ranks.A have had to do little manual labor ii I II How you can personally be benefit-
but it is to
contemplated put
man's business strength is not measured them at work draining' swamps and I II i, II II ted by the advantages accruing to

' : by the actual dollars he may have at hand. repairing roads.IMPORTANT the conrnimumty by ;

Backed by a strong, accommodating bank suchas

the State Bank, he is prepared to take advan- FEATURES OF THE .

tage of business opportunities that seldom seek HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLE"During The Federal Reserve Act ? '

the man without a bank account.
the thirteen years that we
have been engaged in the manufacture : .- Call, telephone or write and we will
of motorcycles we never have introduced !
The State Bank of Orlando mail -
a more important improve- our ---just out---which
ment than the three-speed," said Walter -
Davidson, president;of the? Harley- h. explains this act fully and clearly.
Davidson Motor company'Milwaukee,
Wisconsin. "I consider this the greatest -j
L. achievement of William S. Harley,I
our chief engineer. I
"The 1915 twin cylinder motor,
< rated at 11 horsepower, develops
fr nearly double the horsepower of our
1914 motors. With the three-speed
Harley-Davidson it is possible to go ?fX .
------- anywhere that traction can be ob-I : : :/ At.i;

" COUNT DE MUN DIES OF HEART UNCLAIMED LETTERS tained. On high speed the gear ratiois
3.89 to 1. For smooth roads -
) FAILURE good, ,
List of letters remaining uncalled this gear is ideal. -..- ,
-:--- for in the postoffice at Orlando, Fla., 'The intermediate gear provides a 4 ".' -
Bordeaux, France, Oct. 6.-count for the week ending October 3rd, ratio of 5.83 to 1 for traveling in con- \ '
Adrien-Albert-Marie De Man, grand- 1914. When calling for same please gested traffic in the cities and over i j! i 4 : : .
son 0 f. De Mun, who was say "advertised. rough country roads. This gear can i : .r "D'
chamberlain of I. has W. R. O'NEAL, P. M. be used constantly, if required. Every ;: { ; ....' .. .'<, f ;"
Napoleon .
Men's List-Anderson, M. Louis; motorcyclist can appreciate the :: : '" c . .
died suddenly of heart failure. He Barking, Frank M.; Barber, Frank; suitability of this gear, especiallywhen ... "
leaves three sons, all in the French Bouknight, Robert; Daughtry, John- the motorcycle is used with a .. ,
nie DuBose W. A. Gunn C. M. sidecar. ;: i ;\:/) :.:::('; : -'..:': :; ::.:"::: .i :., '.: ..' : :. '' : ,
army. Count De Mun was born in ; ; ; '' : : : : : ... .. : : >:. :,, ,:!: ::"'::..:.''':.: '', :;.
"On low 8.75 to 1 the 1915 "
1841. He fought in the FrancoPrusGreen, Willie; Gaines, Willie; Hous- gear, ...
ton, Joel; Jones, Ben; Jennings, W. three-speed will go anywhere. The w
sian war, represented Finistere in the L.; King, John T.; King Mantel Co.; 1915 machine climbs hills as steep as --- -
chamber of deputies, and was at one Marton, Arian; Morris, Abraham; 60 per cent. There are 66 improve- The Harley-Davidson 1915 brake is
time minister of foreign affairs.McGahey, G. H.; Miller, Thomas; ments on the three-speed model alone. double acting and capable of holdinga
Mills, Wm. T.; Powers, S.; Stuart, Great credit must be given to Mr. motorcycle and sidecar positively.
J.; Trimes, Wm.; Thomas, Willis; Harley for his invention of the first The importance of having a brake
This paper has repeatedly stated Wood, A. S.; Walton, H. C.; Young, mechanical oil pump capable of feed- that can be relied upon absolutely is GRAND
that it will do no good to ask the Primus. ing oil at all speeds, without any generally recognized. Safety first requires -
editor to news of a legitiWomen's List-Candy, Miss Jennie check or ball valves. it."Npiselessness. I
suppress, ; Crandon, Mrs. Freda; Clemons, "All 1915 models are equipped with and cleanliness are
mate character. He is selling the Miss Sudie; Farless, Mrs. John; Har- the well known :step-starter:; ::; which two important features which have
paper for the news and advertising ris, Mrs. Addie Mae; McGlocldin, makes it possible to start the motor been kept constantly in mind by the
that is in it and nothing else. Mrs. Emma; Mulkey, Miss Julia; with both wheels on the ground and Harley-Davidson engineers. The
'Powers, Miss Una; Stuckey, Mrs. with either pedal. This device is pos- transmission is so quiet that it can ODAY
John ((2)); Williams, Miss Jennette; I itive in action. It starts the motor not be heard in ordinary street traffic.
War: number 2 of the ScientificAmerican. Williams, Miss Kenerly. without fail. Considerable of the credit for the
Curtis & O'Neal. High The great power of the new motorin noiselessness of the 19115 Harley-
school books all in. Next postoffice. Get the news in the Sentinel first.TRUE. combination with the three-speed I Davidson motorcycle is due to the
requires ample braking facilities. I I muffler of improved design." "When Grass County Went

t :t q) CHEAP A Delicious Drink is Made ,in Dry," 1

WITH PAINT MEANSThe Orlando From Palmetto Berriesthe A great Essanay comedy, completein

two parts. Don't miss it.

paint which covers the largest
Everybody is familiar with the success I fountain where it is sold it is

surface-Gives the longest service of an Atlanta man who made I much more popular than Coca-Cola. "
The McElroy drug store is the inventor "Her Hand
millions of dollars out of a formulafor
-Lasts and looks well. ,
of the new drink and the for-
making a drink that is "refresh-
mula is a secret held by them. It is
A drama in reel.
r THAT'SHarrison 1'' ing and invigorating." That his made from Dr. Peak's palmetto extract Biograph one

drink is good to the taste and is refreshing which he manufactures at his

and invigorating is amply UVaratory on South Main street f Witt

proven by the millions of nickels::; that palmetto berries gathered in the ji "The Girl The Cop and

.' "Town & r drop into the tills of thousands of woods of Orange county. Dr. McEl- ,
: Country"A soda fountains throughout the civil- roy has never advertised the drink "

'ized world. Those millions would] or made any effort to place the syrupon The Burglar
The result of over a Hundred never have been made, however had the market, but serves it regularlyat ,

Years 1. he not had the wisdom to advertisehis his fountain, where it is the most An Essanay production.You .
Experience. fJIII Coca-Cola and create a demandfor popular drink sold. The taste is delicious -

Get our free book "Cause & Effect. it.Right. I and one drink creates a desire

It tells you many things you ought to know. 4 tured a soft here drink in Orlando that for is manufac-I I'I' for ingredients There it. Should are no the harmful syrup simply must hear thatORCHESTRA

Y and invigorating effects be placed on the market there is no
SOLD BYi Cola left at the post. It's made out reason why it should not become as

of a Florida product, too-the despised popular as Coca-Cola, making the

i. I Jos. Bumby Hardware Co., Orlando palmetto people are berry.drinking Hundreds it and of less gathering thousands of palmetto of tons of berries which, count-go to It's better than ever. Watch it grow.

For the last Twenty-five Years. declare it to be the most delightful !' waste every year in Florida, a profit-
to the palate of all soft drinks. At |,able industry.

Crr Sidewalks Ordered in Front of, 5c ". ", lOc.

It Lots on East Central Avenue i
Tomorrow. "The Price
-- of the Neck-

lace an Edison special feature
i complete
Every little bit added to what we'vegot fountain in Eola park and the construction i

makes just a little bit more, and of sidewalks in front of I in two parts.FRIDAY"The.
necessarily there'll be a little bit them will
give a walk to the park on "
Sea Wolf in 7
great reels featur-
SHARE IN PROFITS more sidewalk East Central the north side ,
BUYERS TO on avenue of the avenue. Lot
Mr. Hobarth Bosworth
ing admittedly the
LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS now, j>.nd it will be where it is six is the property of Francis & screen actor in the world. greatest
needed, too. The council yesterday Sperry, while seven and eight are
Effective from August 1, 1914 to August afternoon ordered sidewalks laid in owned by Misses Elizabeth and Jessie Mr. Fritz Hauer our new violin
1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction front of lots 6, 7 and 8 of block C, on Welch.. Ten days'.notice will be given so-
loist will "Pierrot Serenade
during that time: the north side of East Central. the owners before it will be neces- play Kube-

These lots are located south of the sary for them to begin work. lik Repetoire.
Car $555.00
Touring - I

Runabout 505.00F.
Coast Line Requested by Cityto I -----------
B. OrUad AH care fully eqmippei. I
T. F. HOURIHAN. Licensed Plumber. It is reported here that Max Lind-
Farther we wiH be able to ebUln the m ilanm efficient Conscientious work at fair prices. i ner has been killed in the battle of
IB ear factory prwdmctaon. cad the ait ..... cert in ear Pave East of Their Stations Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf the Aisne. You don't know who Max
i; c = purchulnx and sake departments if we r-ach as eutjBt el-
-Y SM.tOO can between the above date GRAPEFRUIT AND ORANGE Lindner was, do you? Fell, he was
And *tt mld we reach this production: we agree to pay M -- TREES -- the handsome moving picture actor
the buyer share from $4* to $(0 per car lea er .....t If the Atlantic Coast Line railwaywill Church to Jackson streets. Largest nursery in the county. Fin- Max," at whose
.. retail wbe purchase a new I funny stunts depicted -
Anr every buyer est trees in the state. Ail the lead-
ISIS. comply with the request of the 1 At present this street, or roadway, the
Fard car between Aacwt 1. 131and August 1. ing varieties. Clear of all diseases. on screen we havi all laugheda
I For farther particular regarding these lew price and profit city council, made yesterday afternoon is one of the most unsightlyplaces Prices right. Catalogue and history hundred times. A food looking,
thariac plan cesy one of the most unsightly in the city in rainy weather, being a frefddre"* South Apopka Nur- good natured young ran, whom we
F. G. RUSH, streets in the city will be made at- series of filthy looking mudholes.The Mry Ocoee, Fla. 10-6-tf all liked. But he coq/3 do somethingelse
tractive and ever ycitizen of Orlandoand Coast Line hal usually been besides
hef went to
Phone 226 every patron of the road will prompt in complying with reasonable buy, sell, rent, and exchange real "pour Patrie," and tfjth thousands of .
f commend their action. The council requests made by the city and prob- estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla., others of his gallai't countrymen he
has asked the railroad to pave the ; ably will see the necessity and wis- over 30 years. Have handled over died for "La Bell if France."-Ocala i
roadway east of its stations from dom of granting the request. $20,000,000. Call and see me. Star. ,
lC-G-2m F. A. LEtrTER.a i


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