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 8, 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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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

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Germans Evidently Determined to Stop the Steady Advance of Gasoline and Automobile Tax Is Effort to Rob Safe of R. L. Holland PRESS ASSOCIATION New Bank Notes to Be Counted '

Allies' Left Toward the Belgian Frontier and Possible Eliminated and Bank Tax Frustrated by Chance Tomorrow and Placed in Circulation ,

Relief of Antwerp-Bombardment of Antwerp Cut to One Dollar Passer Who Saw Wouldbe Dinner at San Juan Hotel and When Signed by c;

Per Thousand Robbers at Work Automobile Ride About the
Will Be Hastened by Germans President and Cashier j
City Was Enjoyed by
Washington, Oct. 7.Special.After .)- Caught redhanded in an effort to VisitorsThe

Paris, Oct. 7.-Special.-German( ) right wing 'cavalry suc- being in sesison all day the force open the safe of R. L. Holland, Thirty-five thousand dollars in cur-

ceeded in pushing its advance from Tourcoing west to Armen- Democratic caucus in the senate com- at his big wagon factory on Pine' Lake Region Press Associationwas rency arrived in Orlando last night

tierre. Here it engaged cavalry from the allied armies which is pleted the war tax bill. The bill as I' street, last Friday night, two well from the treasury department at 1
in session in Orlando
Washington consigned to the People'sNational
amended is expected to raise $108- known Orlando men were arrested -
made up in large part by troops from the British Indian regi yesterday, and while the meeting was bank. This big sum of 1-.1
000,000 of new revenue. Senator Sim- yesterday by Sheriff Gordon.
ments. not well attended, the business ses- money is in new bills from the'bureau
mons announced that the committee The young men belong to two of Or-
This German cavalry is believed to be a part of the screening would report the bill to the senate lando's best families and in orderto sion was interesting and profitable to of engraving and 'printing and isi j

force of a large body of artillery and infantry which was reported tomorrow and hoped that debate spare these families further hu- the newspaper men. In addition to made up of five, ten and twenty dollar
the local men, those ,bills-about four thousand bills
yesterday by aviators of the allied armies to have set out for would be ended in a week. miliation at this time the Sentinel refrains newspaper pres-
ent were Editors C. O. Codrington'of in all.
The principal burden of the tax in from publishing the names, 1.
of Lille.
Armentierre about nine miles west
the DeLand News R. J. Holly of Cashier Dow and his assistants will
the bill, as framed by the caucus, though the whole story will have to
That the artillery and infantry succeeded in following the ad- falls upon dealers in rectified spirits. come out when the cases come into the Sanford Herald, W. B. Harris of be busily engaged today in countingthis

vance cavalry to Armentierre, is problematical for the reason that The tax on beer is $1.75 a barrel. court for trial. They were released the Kissimmee Valley Gazette, andC. new money, and if you want to d

another screening body of cavalry, operating north of Lille, is The..,tax: on rectified spirits is five yesterday on five hundred dollars F. Johnson of the Osceola Journal. see how $35,000 of money that has

reported to have been held in its original position by allied at- cents a gallon. The tax on gasolineand bond each. Some of the visitors were late in never been spent looks a visit to thePeople's
arriving and the business session followed National today will enable
tacks. automobiles was stricken out. Anticipating his departure from
dinner at the San Juan hotel, to How-
you gratify your curiosity.
The eliminated the tax on Mr. Holland
caucus the city on a'fishing trip,
Further evidence that the Germans have undertaken the move- the local newspaper men being the ever, it will not become real money
brokers. The tax on bank capital and went to the banks last Friday after- ".
ment of vast reinforcements to the armies of Generals Von Kluk hosts. At the business session va- until each individual bill has been
cut from to his
surplus was $2 $1 per noon and drew out the money for I
and Von Boehm is found in a report from Ypres, twenty miles thousand. The tax on Pullman car I pay roll Saturday night. Evidentlysome rious matters of interest to newspa- signed by President M. O. Overstreetand

south of Ostend, and about fifteen miles north and west of Lille, tickets.was reduced from two to one one saw him with the money, per men were discussed and the invi- Cashier C. P. Dow, of the Peo-
tation of Editor Holly that the association ple's National.
where German soldiers made a determined attack on the advanced and about nine o'clock the two young
cent.The in at Sanfordwas
meet January Five bills sheet
are printed on a
caucus refused to put a tax on 'men arrested, and another young man
outposts, hurling themselves in large numbers against the forts accepted. and after they are signed the bills
Coca-Cola and bank checks. The
tax who has not yet been taken into cus-
and reinforcements. Following the business session, the will be cut apart and placed in circulation -
tobacco and
on cigars cigarettes remains tody, were seen acting suspiciously in
Undoubtedl) the fighting in the northwestern theater of war as recommended by the com- the vicinity of Mr. Holland's placeof visitors were taken for an automobileride by the bank. The signing. itself -

was the fiercest today of any actions along the allied front: mittee with the exception ,that the business. about the city, through the cour- is quite a task-four thousand
of Commissioners Johnson and times each the cashier and
tesy by presi-
The movement of German cavalry, artillery and infantry from committee its to recommend a grad- They tried the doors and windowsbut
Robertson and City Engineer Ram- dent-and will be completedfor
uated tax on the amount of cigarettes were at first unsuccessful in forc- hardly
westward is serious the
Tourcoing recognized to
as a menace sey. They were charmed with Or- several days. ".
entrance. Later
British line of communication with the coast cities., as well as the ing an they lando and were unanimous in praiseof This money comes to the People's
in forcing a window up by break-
allied line into the northern part of Belgium. the life and beauty of this city. National bank under the Vreeland
ORLANDO ,RIFLES PLAY SAN- ing the catch, and while one of them
Editor Codrington, of DeLand, came which permits national banks to
The German movement of troops west from Tourcoing is con- FORD AT ARMORY TONIGHT entered the other two stationed them- act
automobile and was accom- increase their circulation when
over more
strued here as a desperate dash to prevent the allied armies cross- selves; one on the railroad crossingand
panied by Mrs. Codrington and their currency is needed to transact busi-
ing the Belgian frontier and winning their to the relief the other at the corner of Pine
of The Orlando Rifles
way basket ball team son-in-law and daughter, :Mr. and ness in a community. The People's
Antwerp. Preparations for the hastening of the bombardment of will meet the strong Sanford team at street and Orange avenue, evidentlyto Mrs. Ernest L. Rowland. The ladies National made application for this

that city and the weakening of the German center and left to the Armory tonight and a hot contestis the !inside ep watch man and of the give approach warning of to were completely charmed with the additional circulation some time ago

strengthen the right are all taken to indicate the Germans recog- expected. These two teams have danger. beauties of Orlando and declared their and it is greatly to the credit of the
played on several occasions this year intention to make a return visit. They institution that they were able to ob-
nize that the allied advance"toward Antwerp has been too steadily The gentleman who first saw the
and the honors
ttf be about
seem visited the big YowellDuckworthstore tain it. Before the treasury depart-
successful to be further temporized with. equally divided. Tonight's game will young men acting suspiciously and and saw the display of fall ment granted the increase they investigated -
who had watched them, then approached -
be one full of excitement and a large styles, declaring it a credit to a city the condition of the bank
the the rail-
BELGIAN CAPITAL REPORTED MOVED FROM ANTWERPTO crowd is expected. The admissionwill young man at many times the size of Orlando.ZEPPELIN and would not have granted it had
road crossing and told him that he
be twenty-five cents. the institution not been strong
OSTEND had seen everything and that they
I and in the best of financial condition.The .
London Oct. 7.-Special.-Bulletin( ) A were committing a penitentiary of-
: news dispatch
agency RAID ON lNODON also found that the ;;
from Amsterdam say that the Belgian government was today BRITISH MINE E SUNK fense. Naturally when discovered the People's National was not one of the .'
young men were wililng to give up
removed from Antwerp to Ostend. banks hoarding money or charging an
the job, and the inside man was called IS PLANNEDCOUNT
unreasonable rate of interest, in
GERMAN DESTROYERVESSEL out of the office, where he had been
trying to force the safe open after which case their request would have I
PLANTERS TO WAGE WAR TEXAS WOULD LIMIT ransacking desk drawers in search of ZEPPELIN SAYS HE been refused. \\\f U

HIT MINE This bank already has outstanding
!\ morning, the destroyer was to the the addition of $35,000 enables themto

northeast of Schiermonnik, not far Great Air Raid on British Isles more readily accommodate their .

Orleans La., Oct. 7.-Spe- Tex., Oct. 7.-Special.-( ) German Cruiser Arrived in Timeto from the estuary of the Ems. Planned From Willhelms- many satisfied customers. If all the
cial.-That Louisiana Save Crew-Vessel Sankin Observers on the island heard a banks in Orlando were national
sugar planters Governor Colquitt today sent a haven; PreparationsUnder
sudden explosion and a huge mass of banks about $300,000 in
will wage war on the sugar trust Three Minutes After Way currency
became a known fact today when it' cial message to the legislature urg- Striking Mine |water arose from under the bows of could be brought to this city with
ing that a law be enacted prohibitingany which to do business.In .
the The boat keeled
destroyer. over
was stated that the sugar plantersare London, Oct. 7.-In a dispatch from
preparing plans for having a individual farmer or family in London, Oct. 7.-A German torpedo -I and disappeared under the waves The Hague the correspondent of the order to secure this additional

refinery erected to market their Texas from growing more than twen- boat destroyer, cruising off the'I within three minutes.A Daily Express says German newspa- currency, the People's National had

crops, in the event the federal refin- ty acres of cotton. Bills embracingthe estuary of the Ems, in the North sea, German,cruiser arrived from the pers reaching there indicate that to deposit with the United States

ery here is closed down, within the twenty acre restriction were introduced has been sunk by a mine, according toa j I Ems estuary, the dispatch received at Count Zeppelin is now at Wilhelms- treasury bonds or sound commercial

next few weeks. Many sugar planters in both houses. dispatch from Amsterdam to the Amsterdam relates, in time to save haven, on the North sea, with his paper. Though it was not so stated,
have filed suits against the sugar Should the bill pass and be en- Reuter Telegram company. I the crew of the destroyer. staff. Wilhelmshaven is the point it is probable that the People's National -
forced it would probably reduce the This reached Amsterdam in The periscopes of two submarines used some of the, Orlando
trust and it is stated that a threat news a from which the great air raid on the
has been made by the combine that cotton production of Texas next yearto dispatch from the island of Schier- appeared on the scene. British Isles is expected to start. One street paving bonds to secure this
less than five hundred thousand
unless the suits are withdrawn the monnik one of the Friesland islands, of these papers publishes an inter- $35,000 in which case this city is

,refinery will be closed, and thus the bales as compared with a normal in the North sea, belonging to Hol- War number 2 of the Scientific view with the count in which he is spending the money received from

planters would be unable to have yield of about four million bales. The land. This message says that at the American. Curtis & O'Neal. High quoted as saying that he has not for- the bonds, and yet the money is still

their product refined. bill provides a heavy penalty for violating time of the disaster, 11 o'clock this school' books all in. Next postoffice. gotten England and would prove it here in actual cash ready to be turned
it.CLAIM I over again and again and aid many ,
trust has not bought any sugar very soon.
since the suits were started againstit It is also reported, the Express business enterprises.In .
in September. GERMAN BOATS ARE Exquisite in Women's Apparel correspondent continues that Count the transaction of modern business -

SUNK __ Zeppelin was summoned recently by $35,000 in actual currency is a

a WAR RISK INSURANCE BUREAU Emperor William to Mainze. His huge sum of money. In business I

BUSY Tokio, Oct., 7.-Belief was expressed Shown by Yowell-Duckworth majesty said to the count that he relied transactions very little actual cash

at the war office today that on him for a great work and of- changes hands individual checks rep-
.. Washington Oct. 7.-The bureau of the German cruiser Cormorant and fered to make him commander in resenting money in bank.
war risk insurance today announcedit two other G
had written insurance to date aggregating sunk in Kiau Chau bay. The Jap- Duckworth department store was for the favor and admiration of Or- count smilingly refused but said he tion the People's National has showna i

$4,324,541 and has pend- anese army has occupied the Shan- thronged yesterday afternoon and lando ladies. would accept the title when he ,returned disposition to stimulate business t
ing policies for last night by hundreds of ladies attracted The style beauty and perfection of
calling $5,197,600. tung railroad as far west as China. from England. (Continued on page 8) I
I by the exquisite showing of the adornments for women on displaywere I
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fall women's appareL Last night the never before equalled in Orlando .

Crowded Auditorium Attended store was filled to its capacity to see and such a profusion costumes Postoffice Will be Moved Into
the display' on living models, of street from which to choose would do creditto

I costumes reception gowns suits and the great stores of the big cities. "I..

Opening of Cathedral SchoolIn millinery, arfld many admiring remarks The hundreds of ladies in attendancewere ,Arcade Building at Early Date :
were heard. So great was the charged with the display and

i crowd last night, possibly denying the remark was frequently heard I -T-

Cluett Hall auditorium yesterday -t,excises, and following the devotional I many the privilege of seeing the display among them that even in the largerci I Two postoffice inspectors were in change under consideration for sev-

morning the fifteenth annual exercises he extended a warm wel- that the exposition of style will : better opportunity choosing the city yesterday making the final eral months. The present location in

'term of the Cathedral school was I I come to the pupils and the faculty, I be repeated this afternoon and to- I the latest and most stylish could not arrangements, and it is understoodthe the Watkins block is entirely too

opened with brief but appropriate ex- the members of which he introducedto : night. I be found. postoffice will be moved at an small and in the winter time lines

ercises. The auditorium was filled the audience. He referred with The models were Mrs. Hooper, Mrs. The store throughout was beauti- early date into the Arcade building in form on the sidewalk to get to the

\frith pupils and friends of the institution pride to the many improvements in I I Seymour and Mrs. McDonald and all fully decorated and sweet music was the room formerly occupied by the general delivery window.

all confident that the coming the buildings during the vacation pe- the chic autumn fancies that famous furnished by the combined Newell I People's National bank. The Arcade room will give better

year will be the most successful in riod as pointing to the growth and i,, designers have decreed modish were and Moody orchestras. The show For some time the absolute necessity accommodations pending the con-

the history of the school. well being of the institution. I I I tastily and prettily displayed. French windows on Orange avenue were se-| for a more commodious postoffice struction of the government building,

.< Rev. Dr. Cobb, principal of the Dr. J. F. McKinnon was introduced | models, reproductions and Paris inspired pecially attractive: and won the ad. building has been apparent and the and the change will be welcomed by

: e' co*. presided at the opening ex- ,, (Continued on page 8) I I creations from the best New, miration of hundreds of people. Department has had the matter of a every patron of the office. -

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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS McDowell, county game warden, in re LAUNDRY RARE BARGAINS 1 !i

Calloway case, hunting out of season. Your general laundry work, French NEW CANCER REMEDY If you want quick returns from ad- i I
Business Transacted By County dry cleaning, and pressing will be ap- Removes cancers, tumors of all vertising at moderate cost, patronize
Fathers at Their Regular Session Warrant to be forwarded to J. I. preciated. Satisfaction and service Don't be deceived. Seeing is be- kinds. No money until you are sat- the columns of the I
Witty, deputy game warden. guaranteed. Open September 28th. lieving. The best man to buy real isfied. Dr. C. W. Hains, 4-7 Warren Sentinel. You t
1. Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry, estate of is the man that has actual Bldg., Lafayette street Tampa, Fla. can place your wants before 8,000 !
Insurance policy on the county for whites only. 9-25-tf experience in the cultivation of truck, 9-13-10t people in Orlando and numberless I
October 5, 1914.-Board met. Present house at Winter Garden and at Pine farm, and citrus fruit lands, and other readers of the paper in adjoin-
*' Chairman with bills for The Sentinel knows what land is when se sees it. KEEP AHEADOf
Overstreet Commis- Castle same, received. want ad. way will get ing territory.
There is a man of that kind in Or-
sioners Starbird, Brown, Dill and Warrants ordered drawn to cover. you results. lando. Have him show you. Owner's Sentinel year neighbor by reading the -4 I

Sweet. Petition of E. O. Roper, E. Straus- prices on all property; no padding or all the every morning and getting If you want your bicycle fixed in .
The tax assessor presented three loe, et al., for road in section 24, Up to date painting, papering, etc., boosting. news a hurry take it to Warman's Repair
copies of the 1914 assessment roll and township 22 south, range 27 east received -I is the kind you want. Where to get F. G. ARNOLD. Get the news in the Sentinel first. Shop. 125tf. f
upon examination were accepted and and upon motion was granted. it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T.I Second Floor, Roo..i 1. .t
signed in, open Board. The original Petition of J. H. Vick, Wm. P. Entrican. 1-20-tf Telephone Exchange Bldg.
9-26-6t w Orlando, Fla.
delivered to the clerk, one copy sent Blakely, et ah, for road in section 13,f
to the comptroller and one to the tax township 22 south, range 27 east, re- iiiiiMmiiiiiiiiiiiMMiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiinnCONWAY a .,n9ine.1t4
collector. t : ,f ceived, and upon motion was granted.
Following: bonds as notaries public Certificate of county canvassing i NURSERIESGROWERS
approved: Annie Ross; sureties, n.1 I board as to candidates ,in primary' School Books and
Z. Snowden and W. E. Long. Wm. .!held June'2, 1914, recieved and filed: I' SuppliesWill
Coryell; sureties, F. M. Kinney United States senator, Duncan U. AND DEALERS IN
& Jay CampbelL Fletcher; commissioner of agricul- be our principal business for the next

Bond of Frank H. Williams, as ,ture, W. A. McRae; congressional | All Leading Varieties ol Citrus TreesR. week or two. Our trade in this department

pervisor of registration, with Josiah committeeman, 4th district, LeRoy B.
Ferris and Seth Woodruff as sureties, Giles representative in congress, 4th T. PEEL, Proprietor. extends from Tangerine to Lake Poinsette:

was approved and license ordered is district, Claude L'Engle; justices of Local Salesman and from Orange Center to Lake Pickett. We
sued. the supreme court, Thos. M. Shackle- f Glen St. Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATE
County Surveyor Fries presentedthe ford and W. H. Ellis; members of Box 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida. furnish every school book used in any schoolin :

survey of the Simmons ,land located (Continued on page 7) 924tftmillllllMlilMllilliiiillHllltttlUMMiMI the county, and any furnishing from a
ff in section 1, township 23 south,
range 31 east. as per instruction of slate pencil to seats, desks and musical in-
:j' the Board. STOMACH MISERYMiona
struments. We are headquarters for school
Upon motion it was ordered that Will Quickly and Safely Rid
the comptroller be requested to allow You of Indigestion supplies.
3 the redemption of tax certificate No. When your stomach is out of order THE CHASE & CO
63 of the sale of 1914, to be redeemedat your food lies like a lump of lead fer- W. S. BRANCH
menting and surely causing that feel- ,
a valuation of $40. ing of fulness, sour taste in the | PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs f
Letter,from comptroller in respectto mouth, coated tongue, bilousness, and
the distribution of state convictsto many other warning signs of indiges- modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- .. Arcade Book and Music Store

the counties for the quarter ending tion ment.It,.which is often a dangerous ail- date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the

September 30th, received and read. is needless for you to suffer, for PROPER PACKING
Deed from county commissioners to any druggist can supply you with '
John Schnarr for one acre in'section ,Mi-o-na, a harmless and efficient rem- FIRST AID TO
edy for all bad
stomachs. These THE OLD RELIABLE
6, township 23 south, range 30 east, :small tablets give almost immediateand HIGHEST PRICES
f signed in open Board.J. joyful relief' while a few days'
C. Palmer appeared before the I treatment strengthens and stimulatesthe which, however, would not accomplish the end desired ? DANN'S TRANSFERDr.
Board in reject to having improve- digestive system. The flow of gas- by the grower, if he did not also have available the ser- $
tric juices is increased, then your food
: ment made to the Windermere and is properly digested; sour and gassy vices B. D. WIENANGA, Prop.
Lake Down road. Upon motion the stomach, sick headaches, restless ofTHE
relief was granted, the cost to the toms nigts quickly and other vanish.If distressing. symp- CHASE & CO

county not to exceed $50. suffering any stomach distressdo Livery, Draying. and HaulingWE
Petition of L. McRaney, Chas. P. not wait-let, Mi-o-na give you SALES AND DISTRIBUTION'SYSTEM
Pow: et al., for road from Pine Castle lasting relief. McElroy's Pharmacysell ,
selling thoroughly organized, expeJ
r.; to Conway via Hoffner peninsular, it with guarantee of money backif
re- you are not satisfied. rienced, competent and reliable.
.ceived and laid over under the rules. T &TPAVING GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE

,,-Petition-.--.. of B. V. --kinson, G. w!I GIVES THE GROWER t

6, township 23 south, range 30 east AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
i An ordinance to provide for the paving and
received and laid over under the I curbing of Boone Street in the City of Orlando CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
rules. Petitioners to furnish plat of
Be it ordained by the City Council of the
same. City of Orlando: CHASE & CO., Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
e Section 1..-That Boone Street shall be "
L. Pike appeared before the Boardin with brick of following width: GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS
refernece to improving the Ply- from Church Street toy Jackson Street. 26 HORSES FOR SALE
feet with granite curb; from Jackson Street Main Office, Jacksonville, Florida !
mouth and Merrimack road. Action to South Street. 30 feet. and shall be curbed
',-' deferred. with concrete curb four by fourteen inches. A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. ? -'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
I Adopted October 7th. 1914. 9-30-d&w
Upon motion it was ordered that a E. F. SPERRY Mayor. :

warrant be drawn for $12.50 to E. C. .AttestCarl Jansen. City Clerk. '. . . ..

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We 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.


r We not only sell the properties

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

projected Brick road within one mile of ing. which are listed with us, but
25 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

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
lake front, therefore has not experiencedany as well as for the buyer to facilitate -
grown. This proposition we recommend not only as a .

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

ment. A maker from the start with
all the years of the present occupant. pects. This property has buildings which could not pros-be the deal I Mortgages bought

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

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

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

trees under irrigation. place..

1 Tie lorida Real Estate and Investment Company

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Incorporated, $2 ,OOO.OOpaidup Or1and
1'1cridi.Total Responsibility
Surplus 2 ,ooo.oo '-', $50,000.00r :


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and Thursday

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Extra: : Notice V

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

I i We cordially Invite you.

In order let call and the elaborate of Women's fine
:; ; to every one inspect most display Rejdy-to-Wear Apparel

J ever shown in this city, we will keep the store op.en Wednesday Night, from eight to ten o'clock, nothing will be

;! sold, just open for your inspection.DISPLAY .



The clear, crisp days of Autumn will soon be here, and you will be ready to don warmer'garments, to guard ;

you 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. '
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Wednesday and Thursday, October 7, 8 I


be present at our Fall Opening, Wednesday and
and WaistsIn Thursday, October 7th and 8th. EXPOSITION of EXQUISITE DRESS HATSIn
the immense displays beginning Wednesday, the great numbers,the variety, exclusiveness and
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
contributing the most charming, most extensive varietyof night from 8 to 10. MUSIC. important event, all our previons similar efforts have
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.
TAILORED SUITS, DRESSES As perfect in details as our man's store, these
two go hand in hand, as father and son. Thus almost Our own Designers have had in view for the last sev-
COSTUMES AND WRAPS from babyhood, with his first Kilts, to the eral months the requirements of this event; their contri- II
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 FallGoods.In If you are undecided as to the material for that New
season,and the busy buyers it will bring. There is an the :Man's Store Kuppenheimer Suits and Overcoats. Are Fall Dress, Suit or Wrap, take a hint from us and let us
made simply and solely to best meet the style idea of well
show We invite of rich and
you inspection
added touch and newness and freshness to the stock and your a very
appointments. Every article is as if on dress parade, dressing men. There is a grace to every curve, strengthto stylish collection of New French Broad Cloths, Serges, .
beaming and gleaming and seining bright. Call and get every seam, and lasting shapeliness to every garment.No Voiles, Crepes, Wool Taffeta and a beautiful line of
ideas for house furnIShing. time. All are most cordially matter whether you are ready to buy fall clothes or fancy weaves, in checks, stripes and plaids. We are
welcome. not,come in and let us show you the new things. I showing them in all the wanted shades. j t J r

GROCERY DEPARTMENT Don't Fail to Attend our Fall
Our 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.


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

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( W. S. Branch) CLUB !
.c The Jacksonville Metropolis is using I In Orlando Tuesday at 11 a. m., on 4P.
JOSIAH FERRIS. EdiUr and Owner the slogan, "Plant :More Hens." The Twentieth Century Club met the vacant lot on the corner of Pine 4f P

It's a good one, too.-Tampa Tribune.It yesterday afternoon with Mrs. W. S.' street near the A. C. L. depot and f
e Entered mt the pmtoffire at ,
Orlando Floes
ida .. Second CUu Mail Matter is certainly good advice, especially Coleman and spent a very pleasantand at Winter Park Wednesday at 11 L
if the hens are dead. Other- profitable hour. The first act of a. m., and every fruit grower is urgedto
SUBSCRIPTION RATES wise one's back yard gets more than Macbeth was read and the last half be present and see these famous
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 it's share of*buzzards. hour was devoted to current heaters burn. :Millions
I of heaters
e Daily. 6 Months ...................... .50 i j topics. are
Daily. Months .n.....__............ 1.25 I!i The hostess served delicious ice cream now in use in California alone and a
Davy 1 Month ....................... .5 0 and cake for .
Mr. Wardrobe is in charge of the refreshments.Those million should be in the Florida

4 Weekly. 1 Year ...................... Jl.OO Mechanics' Employment Bureau in'' present were Mesdames groves. You should familiarize yourself -
Weekly 6 Months .................... ..ibs Tampa. We believe the average work- Johnson, Bunch. Ives, Hudson, Mathews with the manifold advantages to
; man is more interested in Mr. Full Coleman, Whitman, Boyne and be secured by using Golden State ;
1 ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN Dinner Pail than he is in Mr. Ward- Misses Ives, Starbuck and demons. heaters. 3;
robe. The next meeting will be held on Oc :Mr. J. L. Hamilton the inventor of
ADVERTISERS: tober 21st at the some of Mrs. S. E. this great system, and Mr.: W. A. .

Now if President Wilson and Col. Ives, Sr.EARLY. Dade, local agent for same, will be
Copy for display and all other hand-Mt
advertiiinr mast be handed in at the kuuncM Watterson would kiss and make up present and explain any features of
t office the day of before the Sentinel....lic.U.not...later ThU than rule 2 applies p. as. the president would make peace witha MORNING MARRIAGE the heaters or heating operations. .'
} to chances for contract advertising: it iaauri..e real editor.-Times-Union. Come out and take a look. 6-3t .+
-3 and will be strictly: adhered U.Subscriber f
.i Considering the fact that Mr. Wil- !. Married, at the home of the bride's : .

desiring The Seentinel discon son is a strict prohibitionist, this mother, :Mrs. Albert E. Win DRESSMAKING t
tinned should notify the office in writing on seems to be asking a great deal of ter Garden, at 8:30 o'clock Wednes I Fishing has been unusually good
f' the date of expiration. otherwise it will bo
continued at the regular subscription rates him. day morning, Mr. Ralph Sadler and this week and many large bass have Ii' .
t until notice to stop is received. C s o r Miss :Mary Boyd, Rev. J. F. McKinnon I been caught, as well as smaller fish. i,
The first half of each week about officiating.The One day this week a party of gentlemen -
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1914. half the newspapers in the northern contracting parties are well from Orlando caught thirtyonebass

part of the state announce editoriallythat known in that section. The groom is at Red Shell. This is one of the
The county commissioners of St. "The Sunday Times-Union wasa the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. H. Sad- best catches that has been reportedthis
Johns count p have appropriated $300 great newspaper." And the next ler and commands the highest esteem season. It is not an unusual WE BEG RESPECTFULLY
for the benefit of the girls' canning day about the same number of papersin from all who know him for his sterling sight to see bass weighing from ten
club of that county. the south section of the state make qualities. to thirty pounds. While the small

o the same announcement about the Mrs. Sadler is an attractive and bass are much nicer some anglers do to announce that
The place that General Sherman Tampa Tribune. Of course they all amiable young lady, possessed of all not consider anything under a ten
made famous in describing war will speak, the truth, but for the sake of the characteristics of heart and mind pounder worthy of mention.-New
have to hustle if it keeps pace with variety some one ought to put it in that fit a woman for ideal wifehood. Smyrna Breeze.T. .

that European affair. slightly different language. The Sentinel with other friends extends !
S s o sincere I II F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
a congratulations with GRAND FALL
Life is just one thing after an- I The son of William Jennings Bryan I the wish that the married life of Phone Conscientious 629. 106 work Court at St.fair 8-23-tf prices. OPENING
other. For instance the women com- has gone to the Pacific coast and these two young people will be one ;
ing home from their summer trips gone into the fish business. It is along of happiness and prosperity. Eat all you want.
v and demanding winter clothes. ways down from the position of They left on the Atlantic Coast Eat what you want.
a postscript and forget it.
; o secretary of state of this great nation Line train this morning for Home- For sale by all druggists. o!
One of the European correspondents to a fish peddler. But some boys stead, on the East Coast, where they l-7-d&w.lyr
tells of Emperor William being rise far above their fond father's po- will reside.T. .
r "alone at Nancy." Don't you think sition. We read of the son of a con- First class Brazing- a specialty at
Warman's Repair Shop 01 Court St. Millineryand
Nancy ought to have a chaperon? gressman the other day who was F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. 12-5-tf.
o holding down second base in one of Conscientious work at fair prices.
War is a powerful leveler and now the league clubs and had a batting Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf Don't forget the Sentinel want ads. '

that William Waldorf Astor has giv- average up around the record of Ty -
en $100,000 to the British Red Cross Cobb. How Bryan must envy that
maybe he will get into the nobility. congressman.

o Ready to Wear
Some of those furious German Have you noticed that thingamijig I MAKERI

charges are not so worse after all, growing on the side of the big oak
when compared to some of the grocery tree in front of the Greetham resi- I

-t: charges that make us furious. dence on North Orange avenue? If
o Mr. Overstreet could make somethingof will fake place on

When the forces of General Starva- the kind grow on all of his pine
have two lots on Hillcrest Avenue one lot
a corner
tion trees he
and General Asiatic Cholera would be spared the expenseof
combine against either the allies or buying the little turpentine cups. and the other adjoining. Each lot 64x135. Bearing Or- ,

the Germans the war will come to a ange trees. Southern exposure. Sidewalk already Wednesday Next Oct. 14
speedy end.Youlielmons. Thomas Holloway is in the city today .
-0-_ from his home at Wulfert, wherehe down. Hillcrest Avenue will be paved with brick. ,

Papademedreakopou- owns, with M. C. Dwight, one of I :
bus is a citizen of Kirkville, Ill., but the finest and most lucrative grovesin C These lots'sold at a price which will guarantee :

for the sake of the newspapers let us the state. Mr. Hololway brought a profit for quick turn. _- :
'i hope he is not prominent enough to qp samples of grapefruit from the ,

require frequent mention.A grove there, which is the finest fruit : An exhibition oi the newest
0- seen here so far this season. He
self pronouncing dictionary would states that the fruit was well colored S. Y. WAY : ot the new 1
fbeimohte hanaVin reading the war two weeks aero and the nresent rmnIs : I

-news 1nOUn if .-they No WP number a really of letters self proting. or-_- II boxes estimated! which at will: something be shipped over throughthe 2,000 Insurance and Real Estate Agent I On Living Models i

I Citrus Exchange, in which he is a I
If' :arks could indicate they proper pro- PHONE
great believer and advocate.-Fort 172
nunciation of some of those "furrl- Myers Press. Ij Ijr I

ner" names. I TUESDAY EVENING OCT. 13, 1914
We are still wondering why the from 8.30 p.m. to 10 p.m,
German officers all wore overcoats,
according to the pictures, when start-
ing for the front in August.OrlandoSentineL r 1th&i KodakFILMS Finishing .

An overcoat feels might good after
A Cordial Invilalion to ail
'midnight in summer in our most CENTS A ROLL .
northern states, which are five or six ;
degrees of latitude further south than i :1 IcFL: I OY'S z1 1I CY
where the German and allied armiesare No Cards.
fighting along the Aisne.-Ocala tIMMMMMt HiitllMMIMiiiltMtMM *+

Star.Where did you get that idea? In 1"'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"M'IIIIIIIIIII..11111111111111111 111111all" ,
our most northern states thousands
T sleep in the parks of the cities in -
tt August with no cover whatever and
: then suffer terribly from the heat.
Florida nights are the coolest we

know of in summer time and even IT'S LIKE THIS a .
at that an overcoat is not an abso-
lute necessity.

October 21st will 0 be the twenty- We believe that high quality, the best workmanship,

of fifth the anniversary incandescent of electric the appearance lamp, of and newest and most artistic designs should be blended -

which Thomas A. Edison, "the wizard r B. 4s' '
in article of jewelry a woman wears for her
k of electricity," is the inventor. It every

i was on the 21st of October 1889, that adornment. That's the kind of jewelry we carry.
:Mr. Edison astonished the world by

bringing forth this creation of his When you come here you are certain to find satisfac- .
brain which has been
so great a
.. blessing to the human race. On Oc- tion on every count. Our jewelry is the kind that

tober the 21st Edison the publicity Electrical departmentof Works, a will pass on down the family from generation to gen '

t branch, the of greatest the General electrical Electric plant company in- eration. We make it as good as the families who

the world expects to recognize this H buy it.
anniversary by giving a general ex-
hibiton of the incandescent light. In
all the large cities there will be huge
electrical displays and in the smaller
rt. towns the pictures of Edison will be

particularly on exhibition. The Or
lando agents are very enthusiasticover
the idea and the people's atten-
tion will be directed to this anniver

one sary.million The company dollars for will this expend day in over ad T .Evans the Jeweler [ STORE

vertising in over seventy of the lead ,
ing magazines and practically all the

newspapers aggregating twelve million OPPOSITE POSTOFFICi --. ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
copies. It is intended to be a nation -
wide recognition of Mr. Edison's
? achievement, and a well deserved EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING ilMIMtliiliMttMlliillBliiHi

compliment. I


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Dr. W. V. Newsome, of Ocoee, is a I i 111 i I H11 i 111111 I M 1111iJFAVORTE II I The regular monthly meeting of ::
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visitor to Orlando today. Annie Coleman chapter, U. D. c., will u '
THEATRE be held Thursday, October 8th, at 3 u "Get it at Allen's"
) THE TUNER Mr. S. H. Stanfield, of Rome, Ga., o'clock, at the home of Deaconess .:
ORLANDO. FLA. is a late arrival at the San Juan. Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I Paikhill, president. The program for 1 U ':
Admission 5 cents the afternoon will be taken by Mrs. ;.
Mrs. J. E. Arnold and son, Charles, Geo. Newell and Miss Margaret Hart. ;
Messrs. M. O. Overstreet and B.! returned yesterday from a visit to t Mrs. E. LaRue Bliss, secretary.Had "
Drew. are spending today in J ckson- relatives in Jacksonville. M
,ille, on' business.Dr. TODAY'S PROGRAM Paul Hoxie been at home and '

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mooney, of Nestor. "Children of Fate. A in the bed he always occupied when
O. J. Miller, one of Sanford's Minneapolis, arrived in Orlando yes- r Western drama, with Wallace Reid there, he would have been instantly :
leading physicians, was a visitor to terday and are registered at the San I and Dorothy Davenport. killed this morning about 3 o'clock, I
Orlando yesterday.Mr. Juan. Sterling. Comedy. "Almost Mar as lightning struck the house and tore fl
ried." A barrel of fun. Rings
Nestor. "The Lost Arrow." An to pieces the bed in which Mr. Hoxie
and Mrs. George H. Leiter, of Mr. F. A. Wallace, the real estate Indian legend. Produced by P. A.i usually sleeps. Mr. Hoxie is em-
Zellwood, were shopping and visiting man, who formerly ,had offices over Machette. The famous White Horse ployed by the A. C. L. railroad and ofi i
friends in Orlando yesterday. the McElroy drug store, has moved acts ir this picture.Dr. I has a run between this city now and Jack-____ :1
I his offices to the Watkins block. sonville. He was in Jacksonville last :
After a delightful vacation Z. W. W. F. Blackman, president of night, laying over there for a run to We have a i
Evans is back in his studio ready to Mr. Blish Lee, of DeLand, well Rollins College, and his son, Mr. this city today. To this he now owes ,.y b. t.\j, ,d El I
make you those artistic photographs.1063t known in Orlando, and a former mem- Worthington Blackman, were visitorsto his life.-St. Petersburg Independent.T. s sortment of beautiful i;- 1 p ;!
ber of the Orlando baseball team, ar- Orlando yesterday en route to Win- ...
If you fail to see "The Sea Wolf" rived yesterday for a short visit with ter Park from Tampa.See F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. designs in solid gold :r-//j) ;I
at the Grand tomorrow you are miss- his friends. Conscientious work at fair prices.
ing one of the rarest treats of the the beautiful display of fine Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf from seventy -five ;
season. Mrs. H. M. Reed, of Punta Gorda, suits, costumes, wraps and millineryshown 11
and Mrs. F. B. Smith, of Arcadia left on living models Thursday afternoon LADY STENOGRAPHER wants one cents
Mr. G. W. Luetzeler, representing' yesterday afternoon for their: homes, from 3 to. 5 o'clock, and refined or two Christian light; housekeeping home. Rates rooms must in up. :

the Ault & Wiborg company, printers'I after getting their daughters settledin I Thursday night from 8 to 10 o'clock, be reasonable. State rates. Address, U We would be pleased -
ink, was in the city yesterday calling the Cathedral schooL I at Yowell-Duckworth Company. It "Stenographer," care Sentinel. 8-2t
the trade. I -
That violin solo and "The Sea Mr. J. M. Pope, who has been one W. !I. SLEMONSWe at any time to

Messrs. W. D. Benham and K. W. Wolf," which will form the program of Agent Keyes' valuable assistantsin
White motored to Orlando yesterdayand at the Grand tomorrow, should the Atlantic Coast Line freight de- glad to have show just you opened our new and fall will stylesof be 0 show you these rings.V .
spent the day looking over the afford Orlando theater goers the best pot, has been placed in charge of the men's hats bought from John B.
City Beautiful. entertainment of the season. baggage department for the same Stetson Co. Price $3.00, $3.50, $4.00
road in place of Mr. Albert Branham, and $5.00. 10410tIMIiMiliilMIMMHilltt

The regular monthly meeting of the Karon Hale, a white man, pleaded who resigned to accept a position QI y
Women's Christian Temperance Union guilty yesterday before Juage War- with Mr. A. J. Nye, the well known Allen & CoJewelers n 3
will be held at the Methodist church low to stealing a pistol,and carrying orange buyer and shipper.The .
Friday at 3:30 p. m. concealed weapons. He was given I :
three months on each cnarge. Allen Jewelry Store is making j McCULLOCH'SI n U
Mr. L. C. Ball, of Jacksonville, will extensive improvements, getting
be in Orlando for a few days looking Mrs. Braxton Beacham and daughter ready for the winter business. The
1 1lb.
after interests of the American Na- Miss Norma, who have been wooden ceiling is being torn out and I U "EVERYTHING
tional Insurance company. spending the summer in Asheville, N. metal put in its place. The electrical Department Store : ; GUARANffiD" D
'.- C., will return to Orlando this after- lighting is also being taken out anda
Mr. Geo. R. Croft, of Winter Gar- noon, having made the round trip in more complete lighting system will
den, was one of the representative I their large touring car. be installed, and the whole appear- "".L'o ; .dI :
citizens from western Orange visiting i ance of the store will be improved.E. Jelly Tumblers \ < _
the county capital yesterday. Mr. Fritz Hauer, the new violin so- Mil II 1111 )H++++ II aiHllliiiniiiMlllliiMMM' .i 1 113k '
I I loist at the Grand, will make his first W. McCreary went to Orlando

Lartigue Brothers, agents for the appearance before Orlando music lov- Sunday by train, and returned on his Fruit Jars liwflftJ.
Mutual Life Insurance company of I!ers tomorrow evening and has selected motorcycle Monday, he having left j
New York, have opened offices on the .I I "Pierrot's Serenade," from Kube- the machine in that city upon a re-
second floor of the Way building.Mr. lik's repertoire, as his opening num- cent tour of south Florida. The roads all kindsPreserving
ber. were in fair condition most of the Polish Your Silver j

R. L. Pigford has arrived in way, considering the rainy weather.
Orlando from Wilmington, N. C., and Owing to tLe great crowds that The worst road was that between Mi-
Wrights Silver Cream Electro-Sili-
accepted the position as cashier at attended our display of beautiful canopy and Evinston, which, on account Kettles
the Atlantic Coast Line freight depot. i dresses, suits, costumes, wraps. and of recent rains and reworking, con. {
fine millinery, we have decided to continue is very mushy just now.-Gainesville
I our display on living models Sun.
Mrs. C. P. Dow and children ar-
!Thursday night from 8 to 10 o'clock. i South Orange AvenueiHMiiHiiiiiiiniiiti Pick Your Teeth
rived yesterday morning on the early i
It YOWELL-DUCKWORTH CO. Albert Smith, living on one of A. D.Andrews' .
train from Westport, Maine, where
they have been spending the summer. ; farms, near Raiford, has !, With the Gold Medal j
Have you paid your occupation license eight acres in Sea Island cotton from ToothpicksPotted
.I yet? If not, this is a reminder which he has already picked six bales
Hobart Bosworth, admittedly the
that it due the first of ,October VENEER CORESALL
was weighing 400 pounds each, and will 3
actor in the world, is
greatest screen
; and you are violating the law and gather one or two more bales from
featured in "The Sea Wolf," which 0 LENGTHS AND ANY Plants Cut t
I,liable to arrest and fine. Better see the same field. Mr. Smith believes in QUANTITY Flowers, Funeral
will be shown at the Grand tomor
Tax Collector Martin today and get proper cultivation and a liberal' use Special prices for October.
row. Stock up before cold weather. Designs, Wedding Decorations. j
right. of fertilizer. He has made a splendidcrop
of corn, peanuts and sugar cane, Also
Miss Anna L. Ford returned last I Miss Elise Harris, daughter of Mr. and cares but little how long the war OAK WOOD
night from Cooperstown, N. Y.. where I I and Mrs. A. M. Harris, returned yes- lasts in Europe.-Raiford Tribune. THE SANITARY GROCERY J
Orlando Wood YardB.
she spent the summer. Her many :;: terday afternoon from a visit to rela-
friends are pleased to have her with I! tives and friends in Louisiana and FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKINGAt W. Kingsley, Proprietor CARUTHERS & GORE j
them again. _I i I Mississippi. She was accompanied PINE STREET AND R. R. Phone 200 f
I I i home by her uncle, Mr. Leon Fletcher 208 East Robinson avenue. Misses Telephone 344
An attendant from the state insane i of Greenville, Miss. Berke, formerly with Miss Hovermale. 9-30 f 6 & 8 E. Pine Street ]
asylum at Chattahoochee left Orlando !t I y 4. IllllttlHlf ITHII MM MM II II II II II llltlllllllMMMMMMMMMMMM9MMMMM ... 1
last night with two unfortunates, Mr. R. K. Gordon returned last ,-
Walter Nobles, white, and Wade Sin-I I night from Hot Springs, Ark., where Wood Yard, $1.50, phone a strand 566. up. Hand'sCoal 9-31-tf J.l: : : : : : ''MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMtHave t"> ***d "* t . .MMMMMIi II. ,J....

gleton, colored. I the I has been taking the "baths" for ,
!I the last five weeks. His many friends
Mr. and Mrs. H. Carl Dann and son, I I will be pleased to learn that his ; MMMMMOMIMMMMMI

Master Morris, returned yesterday health has improved very much, and :I T. F.HHJRIIIAN ii
from a lengthy visit to several states, that "irk" is himself again. ., <
including points in Georgia, Atlanta Licensed Plumber and 1j 1j j

and Clarkston. I Mrs. J. B. Magruder, Jr., is entertaining Sanitary Engineer
her mother and sister, Mrs. Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
Living models to be continued M. Voorhees, and Miss Donna, who Promptly Attended to. .
Thursday from 3 to 5 p. nu, and owing arrived yesterday from Warren, Ohio. PHONE 629
to the great crowds that were unableto They were accompanied by Mrs. L. A.
see the beautiful display we will Rinear, of the same city, who is also 106 Court Street You Electrical
have our final grand reception and the guest of Mrs. Magruder at her ORLANDO, FLORIDA '
living models Thursday night from 8 home on East Anderson street.
to 10 o'clock. !i 4-al-lm
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J PEOPLE'S WANTS -C. McDANIELThe La"'ths and Shingles

The annual acquaintance reception

given in the Cloverleaf Cottage par- stucco cottage on Cathcart Stone .
lors by the Y. W. C. A. on Saturday block-north of Eola Park just
Wanted. For Sale. For e
Notice. of Lost
evening was a great success, as it always completed-built for comfort and con-
Rent etc. for this Kf. for one day.
is. All those who attended venience-large lot, stone
wore SOe. for tfcree day. or tl.60 for one week for garage
their names prominently displayed on 2S word or 1Meaq ...t accompanythe beautifully situated and will be sold
the lapels of their coats or about their advertisement for thU column aa no for $6,000, good terms.

- persons, and formal introductionswere insertion will be made on credit. Twenty acres on Lake Gatlin,

thus rendered unnecessary. The about 18 planted to oranges and ORLANDO
received in the front FOR SALE-Cheap. A Planet fruit trees, '5 old
guests were par- Jr., Garden Seeder and Wheat Hoe grape years fully
lor by President and Mrs. Blackman Attachment, nearly new, also 100 1,000 boxes now on trees. If you desire -
.1 Mrs. Ferguson, dean of women, and Egg Incubator, used one year and > this property, will be divided
Dean A. D. Enyart. Each was then gave 94 per cent. hatch.-623 W. giving two fine building sites with
Church street. 10-6-6t Royal Cement Agatile Plaster and Perfection Limecs
presented with a small box containing Lake Gatlin in front overlookingthree ,
a certain number of beans. Any FOR SALE-Good; dwelling with other lakes. Price for 20 acres

- young young-man man had seen to talking pay a to forfeit another to established modern conveniences grocery business close in, ; $600 also better$12,000 in or Florida.$6,000 for Owner half. Nothing has re- B"MMMttlltlMiiHMMMIMfHHMMtiiiiitMiiMiii; ::::C: :: : :::::::MIMIIMMIf liMIMMIMOiaM*.

worth of stock good tiade. easy
whoever saw him, as also any young terms. Address L., care SentineL peatedly refused to sell but on account -
_ lady found talking to another young o of sickness he is unable to come
lady. Topics for discussion were an- furnished FOR SALE-14-room, splendid location house price fully to Florida to live as he intended. : T=s

t nounced from time to time, including $5000 terms. Apply Alfred Hadley Two 3 acre tracts overlooking Or-
subjects of such absorbing interestas 308 Magnolia Ave. 10-6-2w lando-fine lake view, good neighborhood -

the weather the faculty women's good land and splendid for i
FOR SALE-Or trade for real estate -
suffrage, what to eat between meals, a five-passenger automobile in surburban homes. Price $1,000 each. '-
: ;: : Important friendships result from the right introduction and
S and others. In this way a circulation nice shape. Address No. 112 West 10 acres all cleared, north tide ,

7 was maintained and the young Church street, city. 10-4-lm Lake Ivanhoe overlooks Orlando : :: | the most important ones come through the right banking con-

people were afforded opportunity to splendid land and a fine home site,
become more thoroughly acquainted.Miss of FOR black SALE-One mares weight or both 1100 of a team and $2000. 9-11-lm 11| | nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We

Irene Thoren delighted the com- 1200. Good drivers single or double.
pany with her exquisite singing, and C. E. Enlow, Winter Park Fla. 11 | invite you to open an account with us where a personal interest -
Do Yon Want Good
b toward delicious the.latter fruit sherbet part of was the eveninga served. a 11| | is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .

All departed to their various homes Fruit For and Sale-Silver Valencia late Cluster orange Grape buds. Home in the Country ?

and dormitories certain that no more Vigorous stock, 50c:: 1 year; 75c 2
pleasant social evening had ever been years old.9232m .
the H. C. McDANIEL.FOR .
arranged on campus.
The Y. W. C. A. thus opens very
SALE-Forty acres of fine Our list containes some very at- ''' '' '*' ' ' | '
the which
auspiciously year's work hammock land; eight in grove; the tllll'i 'm'U 111111 m i m n'if 11 I :rttiV..1: .. . . /I''i''i11.:. . . : ,.
will without doubt be even more highly present crop of oranges will be from tractive propositions both in city and
successful than in the past years. 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told

'" The association is one x>f the most one ready and for quarter setting-10 miles acres from lake country property. And we will be minr.iiii'.r.i. ': ': i if mttlt1Mf l.;;;; ::1:I-t": : I: : IJ : : : II:I I::I I I 1:1: :::I**+

popular and wide-awake of the colic Price $5,000. Address W. H., Box pleased to submit them to you.
lege activities, and embraces among 178, Orlando Fla. 9-23-tf
its membership nearly the entire To those who have property to sell

number of ladies. In additionto FOR SALE-Fine fence
young posts.
; cypress CLOTHINGOur
y or to rent, we invite you to call at
the regular devotional and social Inquire of Frank Phillips Pine Cas-
work carried on within the college, our office and list your property withus.
the association raises annually a large FOR SALE-Pure bred silk poodle
puppies. Apply 20 W. Pine street The same courteous treatment
sum of money for the support of a
opposite Grand theater. 10-3-6t stock of
little Cuban girl in the mission schoolof that has marked all of our business new

Rev. F. P. Ensminger, in West FOR RENT
x Tampa. Mr. Ensinger was a student Rooms for light housekeeping; modern dealings will be extended to you.

and graduate of Rollins, and taught up to date; furnished or unfur-

subsequently taking up for his some present years work here and before nished Watkins., fruit; on Lucerne and flowers.Circle;See with 9-24-tf F.- Cooper Atha I Tall and Winter ClothingMade |

it is thus
fitting the Rollins people -
114 South Orange Ave, Ground Flaor
>> should aid in this way in his work. FOR SALE-While the Germansare .
The admirable standard of conduct so shelling Europe my cow is shel- Phone No. 311 SCHLOSS BROS. is in
characteristic of the young ladies of ling out the milk every day rain or by coming
shine Sunday included and she is for
Rollins is due in no small measure to sale at a bargain and goes on recordas
the influence of this organization. a dandy at 7.30 Center St. 10-7-3t and we are anxious for you to see our

: The officers of the Y. M. C. A. are --- -----
also looking forward to an unusually FOR SALE-A good Roll Top and class Best
Desk and Chair. Been used very lit- New Styles high tailoring.
prosperous year. The work of the association tle. Call on W. C. Sherman Rock ,
last year was of the highest Building opposite San Juan Hotel. DR. L H. RAMSDELL
s value to the young men of the school. 10.StfMISCELLANEOUS OPTOMETRIST place in the city to buy clothing. .

Regular weekly Bible' classes were- (Successor to Dr. O. P. LUdm)
held, and on each Tuesday evening ORLANDO. FLORIDAWE
meeting in the chapel often jointly

with the Y. W. C. A.; for these meet- WANTED-Chambermaid. J. want FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES W. M. SLEMONS
ings ,a list of speakers was secured a good neat clean experienced
chambermaid. One who is willing to AND DO ALL KINDS OF
consisting of of the
leading cit-
work and knows how and what to
izens of this part of the state. Their do in her line of work. Only colored OPTICAL REPAIRING
addresses dealing almost with their help wanted. Must give good refer-
own experience in the problems which ences. Write stating what experienceyou I"IIIIIIIIIIIIJ itiiiitiiiiiiiitrtiiMiiimMBciiaflMMMtcoi>* IIIIIIIMIMMIIIIMMMMMIIIMIII *
have had where you worked last
the young men were to be called to and how long you were there and 5-TOURIST TRAINS5FROM

face needs, were of their admirably audiences.adapted These to meet-the what C.Park Temple wages you Alabama expect.-Address Grove Winter W. NORTH AND WEST :! : IIIIIII'\\\\\\\\\: : : : \ \\ \\ >\ I Ml 11111111111 III 111\\\\ MIIIMiMMMMHThey \\\
ings will be continued during tins! I

year, and speakers have been seemed "DIXIE FLYER"
who will maintain the value of the furnished and remodeled. Northern : I
work. A Bible class for the young cooking. $5 and $6 per week. LIMITED""MONTGOMERY
men will also be started, Dean Euyavt Excellent location. Magnolia House ROUTE" :
taking ctarge. One of the most im- corner South and Boone streets. Mrs. "SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED" :

,q porlajl! rctivities of the year will! be Marie Lewis manager. 9-4-1m Pullman Cars from Chicago St. Were to
the work in connection with the state FOR RENT-Four nice furnished Louis, Cincinnati Louisville and intermediate ,
to Fla.
points Jacksonville
conference of the Y. M. C. A.'s of rooms. Will rent to adults only. !
the colleges and universities which Apply 409 DeLaney sreet. 9-23-tf DINING CARS '

will be held in Winter Park from October FOR SALE-A No. 1 saddle ViaATLANTIC
22 to October 25. The officers or buggy horse. Address care Married SoonCame
Standard Railroad of the South be
elected last spring for this year were Wright's, Box 667., 9-2-tf J. G. KIRKLAND, D.P.A.

Clarence G. Tilden,president; A. Jo- Hillsboro Hotel Tampa Fla. I
seph White vice-president; RaymondW. A. W. FRITOT D.P.A.
wanted at once. Dickson-Ives Co., 138 West Bay St. J Jacksonville Fla.
Greene, general secretary; F. A. dry oods dept. 9-29-tf to us to see what it would cost them to furnish modern home of
Bartlett MacKeil corresponding secretary and comfortable,
wanted their home to be attractive
five They
; Paul L. Thoren treasurer; FURNISHED ROOMS for light house- four or rooms. of their
Richard G. Darrow assistant treasurer keeping; electric lights bath, gas yet the amounf of money which they had available for the furnishing
Donald for cooking. Telephone 549. 115 The Cathedral School prohibitive.
; J. Nicholson chairmanof East Amelia home made expensive peices
avenue near Wyoming
membership committee; WilliamE. hoteL 10-6-1wk They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.

Stone chairman of social committee ORLANDO. FLORIDA \Ve offered a few suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were

;k ; DeWitt Taylor, chairman of the Germans WANTED-By work; not two afraid strong to young tackle (Formerly known aa Pell.dark School) much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they
religious committee; and D. Henry any kind of manual labor. Enquire
REOPENS should
Fordham, chairman of the athletic Lawrence House or the Sentinel. thought they
in other to make sure that they were doing
around stores
committee. The recent sad deathof 10-7-3t A Boarding and Day School for GirlsRtgvlar -- After looking
and Special Coursts-Primary, back and placed their order -
with their appropriation they came
Mr. White will make it necessaryto FOR RENT Beautiful dwelling with Intermediate and Academic Grade- the best possible

fill his office with another, and Mr. garage; elegantly furnished; on Domestic Maaic-Art-Elocution-Physical Science-Admirable Situationand Culture with us.This.
MacKeil and Mr. Nicholson were un- Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. Sarr.undiaga--climate HealthfulCartful -. is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are
8-27-tf Horn Life-Capable Teacher
able to return to college this year, Low Rate. .

necessitating fresh appointments for NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet RCT. Roderick P. Cobb Bishop Mann pleasing.1Ve carry an extensive stock of serviceable, attractive homefurnishingsgrading

their positions. potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. Rector. President. from the lowest priced which are good, to the very best. Your appro-
Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant
FOR THIS WEEK. Co.. Apopka Fla. 6-24-tf priation for furnishing your home may be anything fronxi75 toJccoor more

WANTED TO EXCHANGE a large Wood Wood' -you can make the most of it with us.
Hunt the Place to Save Money Shetland pony for a larger horse. Wood d
Fresh from the counry Eggs, per Reel's Steam Laundry 814 N. Orange
doz. 35c. avenue or phone 654. 9-29-tf
Keifer Pears for cooking and Excellent Core Pine Wood Sup

pickles, 50c peck. plied in any quantity Kincaid & Snowden
Apples of the best, 20<:. to 25c doz. Dudley Matthews
Peaches of the finest, SOc. per doz.
Grapes Grapes Grapes, 25c. basket.
8c. per lb. DRAFTING. STRANDS OR MORE Furniture ol Character at Popular Prices
Bananas the finest, 20c. per doz.
Florida Bananas, lOc. per doz. Blue Printing and Map Work. Patent Florida
Oranges Grapefruit and fruit of office drawings show cards), and ; Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando,
all kinds. Visit the little store and be general commercial art. Perspectives ELDREDGE BARLOW
I IDon't
'I convinced make you call as quality again. and prices will in color ROOM or flat washes.12YowellDuclnvorth Telephone 375 \\ \\\\\\\\\ \ \\i''t' '''I''I''''''''' ':'' : : ':::' : ::: .: : : : : : : : : : ::: :

109 W. Church Street Building South Street, near A. C. L. wait for every one In town to Furnished room hunters are coming -
SS 10-7-tf PHONE 54Z: have Entrican the painter, before to Orlando every day looking for
9.lo.dawtfThe Tracks toy, Am too busy to look you comfortable places to stay; that's Narsery stock ene, two, three and
Look at the label on your paper; 9-1-lm you Phone 636, and I will be on the why you should insert an ad. in our four year old buds; Fester E.riy,
it shows the month and the year to leading merchants of Orlandoare up. 1-20-tf want ad. column-it pays. Pineapple Java, Homotassa, Wash-
I which your subscription is paid. Subscription represented in the Sentinel's ad- You'll have to confess it's ki the ington Navel. Address ?Mrs.M.KahletFta.

s accounts are due in advance. vertising columns. Trade with them. SentineL I Get the news in the Sentinel first. Read the Sentinel want ads. Apopka; Phone 2222. SlStfROLLINS i ii i


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(Continued-from page 2) SPRAY NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE Ii


ton and S. S. Griffin.Communication .

Baker, county demonstration from Chas.agent H., Kills every White Fly,Larvae, Scale, Rust Mite COOK WITH GAS ;

received and read. and Red Spider that is hit. Removes sooty mold .

Upon motion the clerk was instructed and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September -
to have canvass covers made for and October are two of the best months for 1v
certain record books. : spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents insects 6. 1
Upon motion it was ordered that a from sapping trees all winter, and brings them 1. Convenience Speed 1

desk be purchased for the county : out in a good healthy condition in the spring, thus 7. Efficiency
uffice. Matter referred to : 1
judge's 2. Comfort
insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom.J. .
chairman and clerk. :
The wiring of the court house as 8. Safety
SCHNARR & CO. Orlando Florida. 3. Cleanliness 1
per the report of the electrical in- ,
spector was ordered. Matter referredto 9. Perfect Regulation]
chairman and clerk. Schnarr's Insecticide:will not injure the White Fly 4. Simplicity i i
The purchase of a prison van here- Fungi. ; 9-9 D. and W 2MI11111111111I1111111111111I11111111111111111111111111: of Heat

tofore referred to the chairman was 5. Accessibility i
approved. Van was purchased from Economy
Manley Jail Works, at Dalton, Ga., .11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111Th a
for $674, f.o.b. Orlando, this being I

lowest tention Chairman bid.of the Overstreet Board to called the conditionof the at- E Eola Paek kin! C CoMpally 5. ACCESSIBILITYGas

the men's ward at county
home, and of the home generally. is accessible to everyone living on streets reached by

Upon motion the subject matter was our 18 miles of mains.
referred to :Mr. Overstreet with power :

to act. We bring the pipe to the curb free of charge and run the f :
A delegation of gentlemen repre- Packers and Shippers of Citrus
senting the Board of Trade of Orlando : line into your house: at cost.
appeared before the Board in ref- : Fruits and '
erence to advertising the county. Vegetables. We also sell the best appliances on the easiest of terms to all

county Upon motion subscribe it was for ordered 3,000 copies that the for ', I will operate alone under above name and shall ap- people of good credit.If .
be- : preciate the business of all who have and any who have
six months, to be equally divided
tween the Reporter-Star, South Flor- not patronized me in the last three years. For informa- you are not now using Gas it will pay you to investigate.

ida Sentinel, and Orange County Citizen tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossingof
; the papers to make special Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure
write-ups of different parts of the building, which I am equipping with :Mauld's latest ma-
the to be sent to different '
; papers
subscribers each 3 months; chinery and can consequently give you same service ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
cost to the county to be $1,125. Sub- which has always spoken for itself.

ject matter left with the chairman. : :My efforts will be to sell all possible before resortingto
Upon motion the superintendent of I distribution. GAS DEPARTMENT
roads and bridges was instructed to :
notify Madison Johns to set his fence I fniMIMIIMMtMIMMMMIMIIHf MMilHIMillllllilMIMCMBMIIIIimtiMH
back to comply with the stipulation : W. A. DADE, Gen. Manager. i : .MMIIIilillMlliilliilMMHtMllill II I 'U 1111111 i 111111 11 C 0 11111 i III III M
in the deed from Paul :Macy to said I
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Upon motion a warrant for $200 .-
was ordered drawn payable to A. T. 'MIIIIIIHMIItiliHHIMIIIIIIIIIIIMMIIIIIMIi Th\

Butt, tax assesor, for extra work
done by him in making up 1914 rolls. I -
Upon motion the petition of W. J. ANIEYD4vwsoN- i
Conoley, B. Scott, et al., was granted. I : l
The reports of the following county $8 Charleston and Return $8
officers were received: Treasurer to : < .akA'-i
state and to county, treasurer's receipts -
certificate of banks, pay roll VIA"Clyde
state witnesses criminal court, super-
intendent of roads and bridges, foreman
of road camp, August tax redemptions Line"First ( FV

county physician, sheriffto ,
state auditor, sheriff's report of .w
fines and forfeitures, clerk criminal
Class Meals and Berth IncludedThis
court, superintendent of county home ,
polls, licenses and auditor's financial
Board adjourned to Wednesday, special rate good on any of the Company's
October 14, 1914. steamers August 22nd to October 17th
inclusive. 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON


Return Limit 10 Days I ; 11 GUARANTEED Gear Transmission
Friends, it wouldn't be good busi- Horsepower: Speed Sliding Automatic ;
ness for us to tell you our classifiedads. 31 Mechanical Oil Pump, Step'Starter and 66 ,Refinements
deliver the goods if they didn't. Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every
That would be dishonest advertisingand Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m. 8275.00
dishonest advertising never

pays.goods.It Our classified ads. deliver the reservations and further Wright & Hilpert 129OrlandOrange: Ave..
For particulars apply to I o, Fla. {E

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that the European war has cut off - - --- ---

the demands for hides from that TREES FOR SALE LIST YOUR PROPERTYwith
the Seminole
source Indians living in The Terra Ceia Nurseries have for
sale the Walters Florida Standard me now, while I have the time
the Everglades are in need of help ( )
from the white man, as this has been variety of grapefruit, from one to to look it over and familiarize myself -
three years old, budded on three to with the talking points. I made the DR. J. C .HoW LL
their main way of making a living. i four lemon roots number of sales last winter
old largest
UTe end loan Who years rough ; Hours, 10-12, 3-3, and by appointmentNo
We insure your you is.>:ourpainter and decorator?.
and the Heart's Tardiff orange, one and expect to do even better this win-
cent of money on real estate at 6 per cent. If you are:satisfied keep the one you year old buds oa three years old ter. My prospects are beginnig to ar- extra charge'for souse.treatmeat
Biggest per profit ever is interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Ce., have;.if not, phone W. T. Entrican rough lemon roots. All in first class rive, and it might cause you to losea
derived from the use of the Sentinel's Carry Sei ing. Tampa Fla. No. 636. 1-20-tf condition. sale by putting it off. Call todayat Telephone connections
want ad. columns. 8-25-d&vrtf; TERRA CEIA NURSERIES, my new offices in the Watkins Office: cor. Orange and Central Area.
To be convinced of the producing Terra Ceia, Florida.J. building and list your property.
C. Rowell, Manager. WALTER W. ROSE,
. Get the news first in the Sentinel. Don't overlok"the want ads. power of Sentinel want ads.-try one. Correspondence solicited. Real Estate. Phone 555. Jet the news in the Sentinel first. -

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annual camp meeting of the
Florida conference of the Seventh

Day Adventists will begin today at

the fair grounds. A portion of the '. -
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fair grounds have been transformed
into'a veritable tented city, accommo-

dations for five hundred people having .- ..' :'. t.
been provided for, and also the ;1 t..i

exhibition buildings have been utilized .i .' 4 T .

for the purposes of the conven-
tion. The agricultural building has
nation's war strength is best based upon its been set apart and tastefully deco- -
rated for the chapel for the religious ; BO YOU UNDERSTAND ;
actual fighting force, .plus the available reserve services. The opening service will

fighting material with which it may replete its depleted begin at nine-thirty this morningand

ranks.A there will be other services at How you can personally be benefit- i '

2:30 and 7:30 p. m. Distinguished I I
measuredby ted by the advantages accruing to
man's business strength is not speakers will be present from Washington :

the actual dollars he may have at hand. Atlanta Jacksonville and oth- the comrnmunity by S

Backed by a "strong, accommodating bank suchas er places. The conference will con- .: t J

the State Bank, he is prepared to take advan- tinue for ten days, lasting till Sun- '
that seldom seek day, October 18th. The Federal Reserve Act ? :
tage business. opportunities .

the man without a bank account. THE SENTINEL IS APPRECIATEDThe : ,. <
:: Call, telephone or write ami we will ,' :
following is one of many simi- '
The State Bank of.OrlandoCROWDED lar letters received from subscribersto : mail our booklet--just out---which i .1'

whom statements for subscriptionare i explains this act fully and clearly.
sent by the Sentinel. Such letters : rF I .
are highly appreciated and it is ; i ::
I gratifying to us to know that our '

subscribers think the Sentinel the i.-.h.J i 'jt
best paper in this section: t

t "Enclosed(tyou will find check for

$2.50 as per your statement attached.I t :;i ?it. <.:' :.: /
want to thank you for extending my : : :..;:.
subscription for the daily it is a good
paper and I get more real news fromit _. . .. .- .
THEDRAL SCHOOL New York Oct. 7--Scores of Americans than all the rest of the papers. : .. .: . ., -. ;. :':': : :
most of them naturalized citi- :: : .::; : : < :\ .

(Continued from page 1)) zens born in Germany reached New MUSNT MALIGN AUSTRIA :... I D.J.1 .J. : D

and gave an earnest and practicaltalk. York today aboard the Dutch steamer Rome, Italy via Paris, Oct. 7--Police ;:.: f;! ; r. '. ;
Ryndam from Rotterdam. have sequestered several publica- ; : < .
Remsen followed witha
Rev. Mr.
.. .
bright, cheerful, and encouraging Enrico Caruso the singer came un- tions containing articles against Aus- .. '

talk as did Judge T. P. Warlow who from announced Genoa on according the Regina to the D'Talla ship's tria Italy's which neutrality.were considered The offensiveto authors L '.-,: :. ". ':, :.. -:.; .,::;: .'. ...::.:......: :.::.... :.':.::... 5:. >:\..:;::!{::: :', ,
is always heard with'pleasure.. Three ....
and several The have been denounced to the courts.A J
members of the faculty. Miss Hibbsof purser passengers.
the elocution department, and Miss tenor's name was not on the official
appeared in town yester- PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK RE-
Nicholas and Miss Persing of the music passenger list but the purser was negro
4 department, favored the audience sure he was aboard. day bearing the skin of a huge snake CEIVED $35,000 IN NEW "
which he claimed to have just killed. NOTES LAST NIGHT
with several selections and w When measured it was found to be
applause. Later the pupils were sent Eat what you want.Eat GRAND
to Bishop Gray Hall for classifica- all you want. eight feet nine inches in length. Its (Continued from page 1)
tion. Take a postscript and forget it. back was of a black color while underneath by placing more money in circulation, I
For sale all
by druggists.
l-T-d&w-lyr it was a dark red. The spe- and their action will be beneficial to
cies of the snake could not be ascer- business concern in this sec- .
BUYERS AND SELLERSI tained. tion, directly or indirectly. The officers TODAY:
Florida: Generally fair Thursday buy sell, rent, and exchange real are entitled to the highest com-
I and Friday. estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla., mendation for their foresightednessand
over 30 years. Have handled over
$20,000,000. Call and see me. sincere efforts to be of actual
a Get the news in the Sentinel first. 10-6-3m F..A. LEWTER. DressmakingMrs. service to the community. A
The Price of the
Evidently the People's' National Necklace
R. S. Cohoon has means exactly what it says in its

I TRUECHEAPWITH resumed her dressmak- advertisements: "It is a pleasure to An Edison special feature complete

6D ing and is now located serve you." Cashier Dow has won in two reels.

in Room 4, Way building, the title of poor man's friend, and S

PAINT MEANSThe on Orange avenue, where many a citizen of Orange county will
to its application. He
testify proper

paint which covers the largest she ladies cordially needing invites anythingin all every always one endeavors and does so to whenever acocmmodate sound "Mr. Maloney's Fortune,"

'R surface-Gives the longest service the wearing apparelline banking will permit it. The sound
to call and see her. but liberal policy of this bank has A Vitagraph comedy.

3, J / -Lasts and looks well. added to its popularity and strength
until it is one of the strongest financial -
i THAT'SHarrisons' 1'' institutions in this section of the
Real Estate Boughtand I: state. The desire to relieve financial "The Tell Tale Star "
the appli- ,
conditions, which prompted
? Sold.City cation for the new currency received
A Lubin comedy.If .
will be appreciated in Or-
last night,
t !I Town &
; :; lando and will add to the popularityof
Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash tEe People's National.
and $1.00 per week buys a Lot
A result of over a Hundred you haven't heard
Years Experience.
K Get our free book "Cause & Effect." American League
N. P. HATCHER Boston 4, Washington 11.
(I It tells you many things you ought to know. (,j Philadelphia 10, New York 0. about time you realize just what is in

SOLD BY store for you.Be .
Office at Pinehurst ParkP. Buffalo 4, Brooklyn 10.
O. Box 281 Indianapolis 4, St. Louis 0.
JOS.; Bumby Hardware Co., 10-8-1m Baltimore 5-4, Pittsburg 3-3.

a: For the last Twenty-five Years. tOe

--! Reconstructed Orland Hotel to

t r.; Open Wide Its Doors MondayThe


Orland hotel, after having kitchen in the city or a more handsomely -
1 been in the hands of skilled workmen j I I I I I finished dining room. There "THE SEA WOLF'

".,., i and interior decorators for the past |I I will be no increase in prices at the
two months, during which time an almost -j: Orland, and it will continue a popular
in reels featuring Hobart Bos-
entire reconstruction has taken f, price hotel as heretofore. seven great ,

place will next Monday throw open One very new attractive feature in worth, admittedly the greatest screen actor -
BUYERS its doors for public inspection and the Orland is the ladies' receptionroom in the world.
LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS service. The improvements are too I I on the second floor, where the

1914 to August numerous to mention in detail, but ladies may feel perfectly free to meet
Effective from August 1, Mr. Fritz Hauer violin
reduction most noticeable among them is the I I their friends socially. For the men is our new so-
1,1915 and guaranteed against any '
during that time: handsome lobby finished in mission I I provided a smoking room with comfortable -I loist will play "Pierrot Serenade Kube-.
style and affording a comfortable I I chairs which will prove popular lik Repetoire.MIMiilllllMlllillMMIIIIIMIIItllMMMililMM.
Touring Car $555.00Runabout lounging place for the guests of that with tourists and home people.
The entire second floor is
popular hostelry. handsomely I
505.00 .. !
b Manager Dean, the genial host of refurnished natural oak and its
F. 0. B. Orlando. All can folly .i ipped. the Orland, wishes the people of Or- appointments are first class in every .

Farther, we will U able .. ebtain the MxionBi: efficiency, lando to feel that his hotel is'a place detail.' I : I
i !& ear factory prodnctim. and the minimum cost In s where they are always welcome, either -. Mr. C. A. Hovey, of Glens Palls, : ..South Apopka Nurseries. \ \
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parehaslnc and sales departments I
:' I"..*. can between the abeve dates. as visitors or guests, and that ev- N. Y., and Orlando has spent about I :
And cheald we reach this prediction, we agree .. par as ery endeavor will be made to make i$15,000 in making the improvements II' All the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange ; '. ,
the hirer's share fresa 'U .. *51 per ear (_ .r aW.t them feel at home. Reading and in the Orland and Orlando is fortunate : 'Trees, thrifty, well-rooted and clear of all diseases. '
.. a new ;
r !1S retail barer whe purchases
Angst ) every
Ferf car between, Angst 1. Ult and Aafwt I, IMS. writing rooms are among the new I in having such a man interested : New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family 3 [f
Per farther partiealars regarding these lew prices and profltsharinc ,- improvements at the disposal of the I here. He is a consistent booster of : ADDRESS I
plan see guests and the people of Orlando. this city and his improvements at. .

F. G. RUSH, There are forty handsomely fin- the Orland show that he is a man of : : .South Nurseries. I
ished rooms in the Orland as reconstructed deeds as well as words. Contractor ; : .. Apopka ..
Phone 226 thirty of which are provided H. S. :Murray has had charge of the : i
with private baths. The dining reconstruction of the hotel, and the OCOEE, FLORIDA
room and kitchen have been remod- completed job will be a credit to his

eled and there is no more sanitary ability and the skill of his workmen. litMMIIMMMMIIItiMMMIMIIMMMai* ,

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