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 9, 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
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Belgian Army Fighting With Orlando May as Well Get Ready 1 PITCH OPENING

ING; 'NO RESULTS IN ANTWERP Reckless Courage'While People to Entertain Record Crowd GAME MORNINGGAMEATlOjiAnElQHN

Are Orderly and Care and Business Is Better

GERMAN (CAVALRY VERlACTIVE for Refugees Than Ever (By Frank G. Menke) [

BOMBS FROM AIR KILLED ,- Philadelphia, Oct. 8.-Spe-

SCORE OF PEOPLE AND London, Oct. The cial.)-On the eve of the first ;
Antwerp correspondent Mr. H. Carl Dann, the hustling real
Lines at One battle between the Braves and With Accommodations for Only
the Associated Press, estate man, 'is home from several
the Athletics these facts and incidents -
Point, but Finally Repulsed who had just managed to leave Ant' weeks spent at Spring Lake, N..1., stand out with considerable 26,000 Fans Many Will Be

After Fierce Hand to Thousands of Refugees Try to werp after a week of the closest sur- in the best of health and spirits. He prominence: Unable to See First of

..'.. Leave City and Men Weep vey of the battle fields, telegraphs Rain
Hand Conflict declares that everywhere people are may cause a postponement World's Series Games
from The Hague under date of Monday
of the
With Terror talking about Florida and that Orlando ; of the game scheduled for

Germans afternoon as follows: tomorrow, or at least the local
will tourist
have the
Paris, Oct. 8.-(Special.)- "This is the sixth day of the siegeof biggest year weather forecaster so,and Philadelphia, Oct. 8-(Special.)-If
in the history of the city. says
of the battle Antwerp and the Belgian is anyone wanted to see Belgian, refugees -
The fiercest fighting Antwerp, via The Hague and London army "Hundreds' of people,"-declared Mr. he enjoys an enviable reputa-
before the German
on the seven-rivers in France Oct. 8.-The condition of panic fighting with reckless courage. Gov- Dann, h o have n rer before visited tion for truth telling in this fleeing he army,
without the Atlantic had
crossing ,
openly they
has occurred since Monday on among the populace was increased to- Florida will :spend the coming winterin community. Bender and Rudolph Shibe
only to go out to park tonightand
expected a bombardment of the city
the left wing of the allies. Inthe day by the appearance at 11 o'clock the middle this state and Orlando will get a will be the opposing take a look at the ardent fans '
by of the week, but they
this morning and 3 o'clock this after pitchers no matter when the
generous share of them. I know of
northerly positions assumedby lining up at the gate in order to be
were to resist to the last, j
of German aircraft, which first is Athletics -
noon played. The.
of families coming here this game
number. when the word to let in the 3
I I on top
the rival armies on the extended though they feared that this meant
dropped bombs, destroying seven are five to four favoritesin
for the first time, and Orlando ;
multitude is tomorrow-the
line, new cavalry forces houses and killing a score of people. the destruction of the greater part of I might as well get ready for an over- betting on the series and the given it is be occasion ,
the being, to hoped no i
have been hurried to General After the Zeppelins' successful attack city. flow crowd." odds, varying from ten to seven
American needs to be told, the first 1
As precaution the boilers of all
Von Kluk's relief by the Ger the large avenue leading to the a Mr. Dann has rented his beautiful and a half to five to four, are game of the world's baseball series
the German in have j
railroad station quickly became black ships ;Antwerp being laid the Athletics in
home on North Orange avenue to Mr.
between the Athletics
man general staff, heavily sup- been Philadelphia ,
exploded so as to prevent the a
with a struggling mass of persons. Chas. H. Floyd, president of Butler the first game. There is a lot
champions of the American league
ported by infantry, and have use of the Scheldt and Antwerp as a ,
to from the city. Seized of Boston in sight and i
eager escape Bros., one of New York's big firms, money and the Boston Braves, the peerlessof
been hurled with terrific force with an unreasoning terrible fear ofa German base. The detonation of the making this sacrifice in order to at- the chances are the odds will
the National .t
the British and French bombardment of charge of bursting boilers, resoulding throughthe be forced down to league.
against or a tract a wealthy man here with the even money Many odd and i
grotesque scenes
lines, only to rebound from the German cavalry, the residents are city, set the excited Sunday crowd hope that he will build a permanent before the teams go into the were nacted in the fitful light and

transporting invalids, cripples and very near to a panic. winter home. Mr. Lloyd has never I. battle opener. l'
vigor of the defense and them- The shade outside the park tonightMen
people generally are orderly,,
the of lunatic freak bets
even occupants asylums.It visited Orlando but Many are being
was impressed
: and boys of all stood, sat or lay ,
selves in turn being forced to however, and are keeping a cheer- ages
was a pathetic sight to see the poor up with the description given by Mr. laid. There's a bare possibilitythat
in less-
suffer from attacks by the allies demeanor. They are taking care more or less-principally
people, some carrying on their backs Dann. Manager Mack and Man-
restful Here and there
with equally determined energy.; their hopelessly maimed or idiotic relatives of the endless stream of refugees "I have been unable to locate any ager Stallings will enliven the positions. fan a
gallant woman squatted on a
in from four of
At one point the German cavalry crowded into railroad vans and coming score villages hard times," said :Mr. Dann. *" fy first game with a fist fight as camp stool or a soap box, drawingher
located between and the
succeeded in breaking' transported northward to remain in forts. business is better than ever before the climax to a wordy battle. in wrap around her with a shiver

some cattle shed or railroad platform and I sell of which they engaged today via ;
expect a piece
prop- and bit of choc-
through the French lines but perhaps, nibbling a
until rooms can be found for them in telephone.Our .
erty every day for the next .six
olatfc. As for the men, their choco-
the break was at an angle in the Dutch institutions. GERMAN STEAMER AND AMER- months to someone who will build on old friend, Ticket Scan- late in in

French defensive works and the The situation quickly changed ICAN SCHOONER SEIZEDBY it and improve it. We've got the best dal, is in our midst again, but form and many was referred cases came to as "nips.liquid"

Germans found themselves in again. While at 2 o'clock even grown BRITISH town in the world here, and I become if he's not careful he's liable to The queue, as an Englishman called

men were weeping with terror and be jailed, as the police have or-
more and more convinced of that fact
such a precarious position that it, was especially long because Shibe
fighting for places around the rail- London, Oct. 8.A dispatch from every time I visit somewhere else. ders to arrest all "specs."
many hand to hand conflicts re- park is not so roomy as other Na-
way station, at 6 o'clock: everybodywas Hongkong to Lloyd's agency says the We've got the best of, people, too, and Both teams are in fine fettle tional league fields. Its capacity is

sulted before they were enabled. again certain that the forces German steamer Tannenfelds and the they are all live boosters and that's for the battle and are confidentof
about that's
26,000, and about all that
-:: to extricate themselves. would, be able to bold out against American steamer Rio Pasig have what it-takes to make Orlando or any victory. Thousands of fans will squeeze in tomorrow. Many a

On the left wing, in the region Germans and even throw them back been brought into that port as prizes. other place grow." are in line outside the ballpark Quaker is mourning that fact tonight -
across the river Nethe. waiting for the ticket windowsto
of the department du Nord, indeed, declaring that whoeveris

the Germans have returned to open tomorrow morning, at responsible .Jherefor is a criminaland
the offensive in a series of vig- RELIEVED OF COMMANDAS served $1 seats will he placedon a person.
The hotels are filled with leading
orous counter attacks, but have REPORTED sale.
fans of other cities and in the lobbies
been unable to make any no- << FOR PRESIDENTWashington Philadelphia is pretty well this evening there was much joshing

ticeable progress. The opera- Rome, Italy, via Paris, Oct. 8.- cluttered up tonight with out and some wagering between the de- _

tions of the German cavalry Inquiries made in German military Oct. 8. William of town fans. A big delegation votees of the two teams. The odds (
Chicago, -(Special.)- Oct. 8.-(Special.)- arrived from Boston late this
with that
circles regard to reports
have become so extensive as to Lorimer, former United States The house this afternoon adopted the afternoon, and several favored the Athletics slightly, ruling
General von Moltke had been removed more are
senator and president of the defunct conference the about 5 to 4. Few were willing to
reach almost to the seacoast. report on Clayton due tomorrow. Probably 1,000
is chief of the general staff of the
LaSalle Street Trust and Savings anti-trust bin, and the bill is now predict the length of the series, which
fans here from New
Between the Somme and Oise are York
German brings forth the state
bank indicted will be hard fought without a doubt
was by United ready for the president's signature.
rivers the Germans are still in ment that the report is incorrect. and other nearby points. The and the/limit
Stales grand jury today, charged may go to of se\m
General von Moltke remains at his hotels are crowded.
force, but the French have suc- with of the fundsof games.
post. . . . MMSI54rAEROPLANES
ceeded in retaking a number of the LaSalle Street National bank. WORKS OF ART There was a deal heard about the

positions which they had been Bond was fixed at fifteen thousand efforts of speculators to obtain enor-

previously forced to vacate. ATTACKS OFIAPS IN CHINA dollars, which he made. London, Oct. 8. Router's Telegram DROP nvo O mous prices, ranging up to $50 and'

company has received a dispatch from $100, for seats. Undoubtedly many

Violent fighting is reported in concentrating 'on the right bank of Berlin, via Amsterdam, saying that pasteboards found their way into the

the region of Roye with no ad- HAVE FAILED the river. Dr. William Rode, director of the Ber- BOMBS IN PARISONE hawkers' hands despite the efforts of

vance or -recession recorded for Only a sm portion* of von Hin- lin Royal Museum, has announcedthat .the National Commission. Reserved

either side. denberg's army remains near Suwal- neither the museums themselvesnor seat prices here are fixed at $5, $3,

IS GERMAN REPORT VIA ski; these troops succeeded in preventing the German government intendsto WOUNDED THREE PERSONS $2 and $1. These prices are the same

STRICKEN BELGIANS CROWD SAYVILLE WIRELESS the Russians' advance in the retain works of art brought into BUT OTHER DID as will obtain at Boston, except there

SOUTH HOLLAND direction of east Prussia and this. in Germany during the war. Such NO DAMAGE will be a small block of 50 cent seatsin
spite of the numerical superiority of works are removed merely to insure the Hub.

London, Oct. 8.-The Hague corre- the enemy. their safety. Montenegrin Forces Operatingin
Claim Made That German and
spondent of the Express says south I __n n______ ---_ Herzegovina Inflict Heavy BASEBALL RESULTS
Holland is literally swamped with Austrian Armies Have Been
Losses the Austrian
refugees from Antwerp and describes Able to Unite on the Southern Congressmen Agree' Federal League

terrible scenes of desolation and de- Vistula River Army Baltimore 3, Brooklyn 5-

spair among the thousands of Bel- Chicago 8, Kansas City 3.

gians on the road between Essichenand Berlin, Germany, via Sayville, L. I., On Bill to Aid Cotton States Paris, Oct. 8.-A German aeroplane Indianapolis 4, St. Louis 2.

Rosendaal. At the Rosendaal Oct. 8.-German newspapers today '-- I flying over Paris and the suburbs of Pittsburg 2, Buffalo 3.

station, the correspondent says, hun publish articles declaring they are Aubervilliers and Saint Denis at nine j
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Washington, Oct. 8.-Special.-( ) ducing cotton and tobacco, the sum of
dreds sit weeping, having lost practically satisfied British and Japanese attacks o'clock this
morning dropped two in inflicted -
ating Herzegovina :
and mad The Southern members of congressin $20,000,000, or as much_ thereof as
; many, have been
Tsingtau repulsed.
upon may be necessary to accomplish the bombs, one of which wounded three losses on the Austrians and occupied
with grief, have increased the dutiesof According to news given out officially caucus today approved the new bill

the authorities, who, however, are today the splendid and loyal intended as a substitute for all other desired results. This money will be persons. The other did no harm. I important strategic positions near

doing everything possible to alleviate conduct of Polish soldiers in the German propositions to relieve the cotton industry advanced to producers of cotton and Hostile aircraft have usually avoid- .I Gatzko. After hard fighting the Montenegrins -

suffering. Thousands are housed in army has made possible the dissolution tobacco, or to owners of land on ed Paris and vicinity early in the day occupied Ablak, Stephen

public buildings and barracks in several of the German anti-Polish of the South. The bill will be which cotton and tobacco is produced, because of dangerous atmospheric 1 and Klipjutch, taking a large num-

,towns. union.A introduced tomorrow and every effort at a rate of interest not to exceed currents. French troops stationed in.I ber of prisoners and much ammuni-

made to get it through congress. four per cent per annum. i the and have
great part of the German city dtburbs been commanded tion. The Montenegrin offensive operations -
The bill provides that the The
New stationery, latest books, school under General von Hindenberg has ef- secre- secretary of the treasury is to not to fire upon the aero- I toward Sarajevo are developing -
tary of the treasury shall deposit in fix the compensation for the banks
and office supplies, combined writingand fected a junction with the. Austrianson planes because of the danger from | favorably.

fountain pen ink. Curtis & the Vistula at Ivangood in Rus- national and'state banks in states pro. handling the money. falling- bullets.A j The dispatch stated that an Austrian

O'Neal. sian Poland, where the Russians are -- -- Havis dispatch from 'Cettinjesays 1 aeroplane was hit with shells

Well Known Orlando German Montenegrin detachments oper- I and fell into the sea. .

I Man Who Entered and 'Robbed)Leaves to Join Kaiser's Army Big Audience Greets Opening

the Seaboard Station Arrested .11
Service Advent
I Mr. Pete Larsen, a well known allied fleets will probably compel Mr. Camp MeetingEvery I

!brick mason of this city, left .last Larsen to endeavor to reach his native -
On September 25th the Seaboard a,ticket and .was immediately arrested I
.ticket office was broken into and and,will be brought to Orlando to night for Jacksonville, where he will through Holland, Denmarkor thram arriving in Orlando ing quarters for the overflow dele- '

robbed stand trial Officer J. E. Carter left I take a Clyde steamer for New York. yesterday brought its quota to attend i gates. f
among the valuables taken Naturally Mr. Larsen was not telling -, '
last night for Tampa and will return lAt[ that place he hopes to succeed in ail' he knew when the annual camp meeting of the Flor- Services began last night Rev. W, i
being a number of mileage books. The conversing with .
officials .this morning'with Major. :: securing passage to Germany to enter a Sentinel representative, but it is ida Seventh Day Adventists, which is 'I H. Heckman preaching the opening |
gave out no information rela- A small sum of money was also the Kaiser's and for sermon to a large audience of dele- I
army fight more than probable that reptesenta-I in session at the fair grounds for the .
tive to the robbery, hoping to catch stolen at the time the mileage books the Fatherland.Mr. tives gates and home people, and will con-
of the German i
the thief when he attempted to use were taken, but of course it was impossible Larsen is a reservist of the this have government in next ten days.Superinte tinue daily until Sunday night, Octo-

the mileage books. to trade it, and the presentation German army and would have him country provided a way for j Blent Allen, of the fairgrounds ber 18th.
returned and thousands of others
Yesterday a white man Ellis of the mileage books the to get. stated yesterday afternoon
named was home much sooner had it been home to the
join German
Major offered one of the armies so I I that all the tents, over fifty in number THE WEATHER
stolen mile- only chance to apprehend the burglar, possible for him to do so. The practical valiantly and
?'.? books at Tampa In exchange for'and' happily proved successful. blockade of German ports by the allied forces. fiercely opposing. the were full and that al available I Florida: Generally fair Friday and ; .

1 a 1[fair buildings would be used as sleep-i j Saturday. ?

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AUSTRIANS ClAIM DEFEAT{ ITS WORST FORM, GIN SATURDAY, OCT. 9, I 1111111111111111111111111111111..11.THE .

AT PHILADELPHIA I buy, sell, rent and exchange real' CHASE & CO
OF RUSSIANS London, Oct. 7.-A dispatch from estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla.,
over 30 years. Have handled over
I Rome to the Exchange Telegraph According to an announcementmade
$20,000,000. Call and see me. PACKING
company says: by the National Baseball com- 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.If HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs i
"A message from Vienna'announces mission at Philadelphia, the first
the sudden ot break of Asiatc: chol- game of the world's series baseball fully equipped with the best up-to-
TRIANS HAVE PUSHED want bicycle fixed ins
you your date machinery and
gives the citrus
in most violent form at Tar- grower the i.
THEM BACKA era a games between the Boston Braves hurry take it to Warman's Repair
now, in Galicia. Forty, cases, the and Connie Mack's team will start in Shop. 12- -tf. PROPER PACKING

Sudden Advance Completely message says, were reported on Tues- Philadelphia October 9th. Two games FIRST AID TO
day. will be played in Philadelphia, after
Surprised Russians Who Tarnow, on the Dunajec river, has which the teams move over to Boston Dudley Matthews HIGHEST PRICESwhich J
Were Driven Back about 35,000 inhabitants. It is 135 for two games, returning to Philadel-
however, would not
accomplish the end
Across Vistula miles west of Lemberg and on the phia for the fifth game October '14th. ARCHITECTURAL AND GENERAL
by the grower, if he did not also have available the
line which the Russians and Aus- The sixth game will be played at Bos- vices ser-
Vienna, Austria, via London, Oct. trians are taking on their way to Cra- ton. DRAFTING.
7.-The following official, statement, cow. Fighting between the Austrians Blue Printing and Map Work. Pat- ofTHE
I ent office drawings, show cards, and CHASE & CO
signed by,General von Hoefer, deputy I and the Russians near Tarnow has NEW CANCER REMEDY general commercial art. Perspectives .
chief,of the general staff, was given been reported several times recently. Removes cancers, tumors of all in color or flat washes.
f out in this city today: kinds. No money until you are sat- ROOM :12YowellDuckworth SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
"October 6-The sudden advance of isfied. Dr. C. W. Hains, 4-7 Warren which with
WINTER GARDEN ELECTION Bldg., Lafayette street, Tampa, Fla. Building selling forces thoroughly organized, expe-
the German and Austrian forces in 9-13-10t rienced, competent and reliable.
Russian' Poland seems to have com- PHONE 54Z:
Winter Garden Oct.
Fla., 7.-Spe-(
pletely surprised the Russians. Al- Get the news in the Sentinel first. 9lodAwtfWhenEverybodyEatsFloridaCitrusFniitSj THE GROWER
cial.)-The annual election of town
though they strong
officers was held in Winter Garden
from Galicia to the north ,
they were
Tuesday, in which seventy-five voters
repulsed and driven back across the CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
participated, and the results were as
Vistula by the allies while making an follows: GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS

effort to cross the river in the direction For Mayor-S. T. Willis, 43; W. P. the Demand will Exceed the
j of Opatow. Supply
"Our Whipple, 31. CHASE & C O.,
troops captured bridge held
a For Alderman-R. P. Wright, 45; Citrus fruits are becoming necessities instead of luxuries. The
by the Russians near Sandomir."In J. N. Joiner, 53; R. H. Coxe, 50; W. people of the United States are learning their merits ; ; Main Office, Jacksonville, FloridaA.

accordance__Galicia with we our are plans.advancing in S. Bell, 27; J. D. McMillan 24; J. S. ant uses. Where formerly they were regarded many solely as 9-30-d&w R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. *?

"In the vicinity of Tarnavezeg we Thornton 22. breakfast fruits,now they are eaten at other meals and used
routed a division of Russian infan- For Clerk-T. F. Mann, 47; J. R. freely in cookery and confections. All this means a great I. .I i .i 1 1 i I M I 1 1 1 1 1 i I i M i M I j t i p|..

try." Sewell, 26. deal for Florida,which grows the finest citrus fruits of the -
For'Treasurer-G. T. Smith, 65.
world. The production of her superior and
The hold over aldermen are M. Y. graper
AMERICAN HOSPITAL ONE OF J McMillan and W. P. Vining. While fruit can,hardly keep pace with the inevitable increasein U'w
BEST IN WAR ZONE demand due to the above causes.
the election was quiet much interestwas
London, Oct. 7--The Times today
describes the American ambulance manifested. ;;- Buckeye Nurseries Catalog- THE OLD RELIABLE

established in the Pasteur lyceum at
i Neuilly by a committee of Americansas DANN'S TRANSFERDr.
one of the best equipped and most $250,000,000 NOW r All the problems that arise in the culture of oranges .
remarkable war hospitals in Europe. 1-r and grapefruit are fully covered in this book. It tells '
Petrograd, Russia, via London, Oct. D. WIENANGA, Prop.
"Its splendid work is not sufficiently how to select a location for the grove and describesthe
known in England," says the Times. 1.-The- Bourse Gazette learns that operations necessary to bring trees into profit-
"It deserves all the owing to favorable news from the able is based
help that Eng- bearing. Everything on practical Livery and
lishmen seat of war subscriptions will be invited 1 (G i Draying HaulingWE
can give and the devotion andfr.'dness experiencethere are no theories in the adviceham
: of the self-denying American for an internal loan of 500,000000 ,- given. No matter what citrus fruits you are "-

: j 'zens in Paris should send a rubles ($250,000,000) at 5 per growing or intend to plant, this book will be of v
thrill of gratitude throughout Eng- cent. "* service to you. It has been written to help alike = GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
1 a." .- A writer in the Army Gazette esti- the man with the grove and the man who ex-
mates that the war with Germanywill pects to have one. Every person interested in -
drag on for a year because the the citrus industry Florida is welcome to a -
GERMANS SEND WAR MATERIAL I winter campaign can not have an intensive copy of this book, printed at great expense. AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
London, Oct. 7.-An Athens dispatch -
character. The fighting will, Write today for one edition is limited.
in the Times :
published says however, break out again in the
"According to trustworthy advices BUCKEYE NURSERIES Country Driving for Eight, or Ten Solicited
with its he
spring previous fury, ;says.
from ,Constantinople four huge howitzers 1036 CITIZENS BANK BUILDING _-
of the forty-two centimeter KEEP AHEADOf TAMPA, FLORIDA HORSES FOR SALE
model have arrived from Germany
your neighbor by reading the
Dardanelles Sentinel every morning ,and getting 'Phone 257. Orlando, FloridaHIIMIMMIIiilitOlillllllO

to-I all the news first. i BuckeyeTreesBear
gether with large quantities of am- !
munition and war materials." Subscribe for The Daily SentineL I

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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

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

ing. -!11CIiJfl! which are listed with but
Brick road within one mile of ". ,
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

trucking. Also virgin timber and grazing land all under
lake clear water
on a very large deep ,
fence. Sweet and Irish potatoes, tomatoes, corn, water- '
sandy bottom and over one-half mile'
melons, pineapples and bananas have been successfully as well as for the buyer to facilitate -
lake front therefore has
not experiencedany
grown. This proposition we recommend not only as a '

_s I frost even on Banana plants during good commercial proposition, but also as a good invest _
ment. A maker from the start with bigger prospects -
.all the years of the present occupant. This property has buildings :which could not be the deal I Mortgages boughtSix

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

implements are included in the sale This property can
trees in full bearing.Five .
be bought through your own broker or sold sold.
and one-half acres of 375 three-year old grapefruit by any broker in Orlando. Private telephone on the ,

trees under irrigation. place.
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Incorporated ,OOO.00paidup ::: Total
Orlando FloricJ Responsibility::
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" WINTER PARK may not be ready for active playingvery I The South Apopka Supply company -

.I ------ soon. will have their fall millinery

Winter Park, Fla., Oct. -Mr.. L. .In ."nosing around for news"' we opening October 13th and 14th. They Dressmaking g! GRANDS'T07D
H. Roberts and family returned.from were surprised to learn that our local
will have the most stylish and exclu- :Mrs. R. S. Cohoon has
their vacation spent mostly on Long baker, Mr. Wallam, has the largestoven
Island. in Orange county. Provision has sive display of ladies' and children's resumed her ,dressmak-

The family of our druggist, Mr. thus been made for probable increasein hats ever shown in Winter Garden. ing and U now locatedin

Freer, arrived from their former population for some time to come. Mrs. S. T. Willis and Miss Mabel Room 4, Way building,

home IP Tampa Tuesday and will oc- Our local sheriff, Mr. Overstreet, is Dillard went to Orlando. Monday.W. on Orange avenue, where pig

cupy rooms over the drug store for nursing a very sore hand, the resultof M. Hill left for Sutherland she cordially invites all

the present. a thorn prick while chasing a fugi- Tuesday.
Among those registered at the needing anything
tive through an orange grove some
President W. F. Blackman and son,
days ago. Shelby hotel this week are: W. W. In the wearing apparelline .
Worthington, went to Tampa Tues-
Phillips, Lynchburg, Va.; J. C. McDonald -, to call and see her. BOSWORTH Inc. PRESENTS
day, where the son expects to engagein ,
Atlanta E. B. Woodward
; ,
the practice of law.EditorPhotographer.
Va.; J. C. Spurlin, Jacksonville; W.
Howard, of E. Starhope, Kansas City; C. E. 99
Orlando, was in town Monday tak- Oakland, Fla., Oct. 7.-Miss Vera Loore A. B. MOOREPlain
Jacksonville; J. B. Clements
ing views of the new golf club house Wren the Citrus association bookkeeper -
Tampa; B. F. Young, Fla.; A. J. "The Sea Wolf
and grounds, the Congregationalchurch spent the week end with her Walker Apopka; Theo. Byrd, Jack- and Decorative Paintfeg ;

and other places. people at Clermont.Mr. sonville; F. W. Dimmitt., Tampa; L. Paperhanging and Kalsomining
Improvements continue about town, Hull has been confined to the
L. Gerst, Savannah; J. E. Knight, First-class work, good material and
I the latest being a new cement side- house for several days with an attackof Jacksonville; G. S. Davis, Tampa; reasonable prices. No job too largeor

walk and cement block pillars in frontof .rheumatism. We hope he will be Geo. Bingham, Pittsburg; Mr&. G. M. too small. Drop me a postal, and By Jack London

the drug store and a new walk in out again soon. Bingham, Pittsburg; Miss Alice Ben- we will talk it over.

front of Ward & Schultz's store, with Little Frederick Hewitt has been nett, Pittsburg; E. B. Bullard Atlanta -

the building itself being terated to a having an attack of erysipelas the ; G. T. Hickey and wife, New Orleans A. B. MOORE In Seven Great ReelsOne

[fresh coat of paint. 'last few days, but ,is reported better ; H. O. Adams, Tampa; M. Hop-
P.. O. Box 24, Orlando
Mr. Raymond O. Ward, who went the first of this week. son, Jacksonville; M. Smith Jacksonville 10-9-lm

[North several weeks ago, and report Ralph Sadler arrived home on Mon- ; Doc. Smith, Wheeling, W. of the most wonderful pictures "ever brought to

[said was afraid to come home alone, day from Homestead, where he has Vs.; Don Smith, Wheeling, W. Va. this city. See the great shipwreck.
J returned to his home the last of the been superintending the building of a Real Estate Boughtand

(week accompanied by one of Massachusetts' new home.
I Hobart Bosworth is featured throughout the entire
choicest daughters as hiswife. Mr. Winkleman and Miss Dora left HAVE YOU CATARRU ? Sold.City
Miss Pearl Miriam Sherwood Tuesday for their new home in Winter production, hence there can be no question as to how well
It's a Dangerous Disease-Hyomei
is spent several winters in Winter Garden. We wish them success, is the Effective Remedy. the picture is acted as Mr. Bosworth is ADMITTEDLYTHE
ark and is a favorite with the young but we shall miss them' far more than I Catarrh, which is indicated by Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash
pIe and we are delighted to wel- we can tell. sniffling, frequent colds and crusts in and $1.00 per week buys a Lot BEST SCREEN ARTIST IN THE WORLD.

ome her to a permanent home Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Waits took their the nose is a serious disease and if Another the great PARAMOUNT PICTURE PRO-
not checked surely spreads to the deli- RENTS COLLECTED.
imorg us as Mrs. Raymond Ward.or baby to Dr. Christ's sanitarium, at cate lining of the air passages, and GRAM. The pictures that New Yorker's are craving and
the present they will be at home Orlando. The little fellow has been frequently destroys the hearing.To .
all friends at the home of his fath- poorly for several weeks and we trust cure, catarrh you must have are paying upwards of a dollar to witness. .
something that will quickly reach the .N.P.HATCHER
r, Mr. C. H. Ward, and we all joinn he will improve rapidly. diseased tissues, kill the germs, and See and hear this picture played and worked by an
wishing them a most delightful and Quite a crowd of our people at- drive out the poison. ORLANDO,FLORIDA I
rosperous wedded life. tended the barbecue at Ocoee. They Hyomei just such a remedy. Be- orchestra that is superior to any musical organizationthat
Mr. Roland Barze has accepted a speak in the highest terms of the cor- ing a mixture of antisepic oils that Office at '''Pinehurst ParkP.
you breathe through a small inhaler was ever brought to this city. An orchestra that
sition i our bank, the business diality and good,dinner given them. Its health restoring medication cannot O. Box 281
aving irrereased! so much that Cash Gray Michael went to Lake City help going direct to the raw and inflamed 108lmOSTEOPATHY CAN and DOES play the pictures.Mr. .

er Powell is unable to care for it last Wednesday to take up studies in lining of the nose and throat,
lone. he; Columbia college. Gray's record quickly relieving tha choked-up feel- Fritz Hauer, our new solist, will make his first
ing, stopping the unclean discharges,
The Baptist and Congregational has been good at home; always manly and healing the sore spots-you appearance before the people of Orlando and has selectedfor
urches dismissed their regular conscientious and faithful to duty. breathe freely. Even the worst cases
ening services last Sunday night to These traits insure him success whichwe responds at once. his opening number "Pierrot Serenade," from Kube-.
There is nothing for the treatmentof DR. J. C .HOWELL
tend ,the services at the M. E. earnestly wish for him. catarrh ills that is easier, more lik's Repetoire.
Cards are out announcing the mar- Hours, and by appointmentNo
urch, where Dr. Carmine, district ,: pleasant or so satisfying as Hyomei.
perintendent of the M. E. church riage of Miss Mary Boyd and Mr. McElroy's Pharmacy sells it on the extra charge tor souse treatment
Ralph Cadler October 7th 1914. "No-cure-no-pay" plan. W & F REALfENTERTAINMENT
this state, spoke on the subject, on Telephone connection
Jbd and War." The proclamation Oakland unites in extending congrat- .
Office Orange and Central Ave.
Biggest per cent of profit ever is cor.
President Wilson was read and, in ulations to this estimable young cou-
derived from the use of the Sentinel'swant FOR YOU !
cordance with this request, Rev.,Dr. ple. The date chosen by the bride I
ad. columns. Get the news in the Sentinel first.
ouglass led in a special prayer ser- was an anniversary of the family, although =-

|ce that God may bring peace out unknown to her. Mrs. Wise's I I

the great conflict now raging. ''The birthday "is the 7th; it is also her 20c
dress of Dr. Carmine was listened first granddaughter's wedding anniversary TRUE -CHEAP !lOc
very'attentively and appreciatedthose Mrs. Mable, McKinnon; and ) t e I
present, for he answered a Ralph is the first grandson to be

des of seven self-proposed quesns -" married; thus making a pleasing coin- WITH PAINT MEANSThe

} to the satisfaction of most everye cidence. -

present. The questions were, Harold Henschen arrived here on paint which covers the largest illlMIIIIIIIIIMMMii ilMiilllllllllliitii

|st, Is this- the worst war t second, Friday to spend an indefinite time
with the home folks. He has surface-Gives 'the longest service'
war ever necessary? third, Does resigned CONWAY NURSERIESGROWERS
od ever come from war! fourth his position with the Atlantic
and looks well.
Coast Line for the time being and will t .
[>es God or man make history? AND DEALERS IN
Should we prepare for war? assist his father on the farm and

th, Is this he last war? seventh, groves. In the few years he has beenin THAT'SHarrisons' All Leading Varieties of Citrus Trees jj
it is a Christian nation? the employ of the Coast Line he .

lie body of Mrs. McKnight wife 'has made a splendid record and we R. T. PEEL, Proprietor. ,
J Joe McKnight, who was assistantthe wish him as much success in his new ; ;

[ depot here for a time, was laid enterprise.Mr. (_ '1 "Town & Country" Local Salesman : t
|rest in our cemetery Monday fore- and Mrs. Oscar Anderson en- z. 'Glen St. Mary Nurseries REAL ESTATE \

jn. Not very many were present tertained a bus load of relatives and Box 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida. : ;

Jing to the very short notice given.e friends from Orlando en Sunday. I The result of over a Hundred 924tfWHERE : '

annual meeting of the W. C. T. Mr. Hickey, traveling salesman for ,
Years Experience. U . ''If IMIM
the Ferro .
Engine of Cleveland
[was held at their rooms Tuesday company, .

lernoon, when routine business was ," Ohio, was the guest of Mr. C. Get our free book "Cause & Effect." A -- :)
nsacted and the following officers C .Collier last week. He was en D
e elected to serve, the coming route to Cuba. Mr. Collier has the It tells you many things you ought to know. (J SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ? j

r:; President, Mrs. J. A. Trovil- agency for this famous little enginein *
; vice-president, Mrs. C. E. En- this section. This engine can be SOLD BY"JOS. FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA !
easily detached from the boat and FOR :WOMEN
; secretary, Mrs. Abe Hunter; GAINESVILLE 1
usurer Mrs. C. H. Ward. Mrs. kept out of the weather. Bumby Hardware Co. TALLAHASSEE. 4

ter was elected as delegate to the Rev. Thompson, of Ocoee, com- College of Art and Sciences;Normal School; i
menced this season's services at the 'School of Music; School of Expression; ,
held in Jacksonville
vention to be FOI the last Twenty-five Years. '
; School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts:
t month. Episcopal college Sunday. Thoughthe School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming Law; Engineering Agriculture; Teachers
pool; basket ball and tennis courts new and College. Experiment Station; Extension Division
weather was threatening there !
ie Young People's Society of modern buildings: beautiful campus; dormitories ; Graduate SchooL Ten new brick buildings -
[istian Endeavor of the Congregaal was a good attendance. hare all modern conveniences; new besides gymnasium, swimming pool and
dining; room and kitchen most hygienic in I many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers instructors '
church held their regular JI5flurn e9j J Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 countiesand and UII lltanta. 364 young men
GARDEN 12 states last _ion. I Florida eoontiea and 24 States and
[tidy business meeting Tuesday WINTER ITEMS TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last session.
tit, at which time the following School. Board:: and entranee faes for the TUITION.FREE Board and Entrance -.
$124<10 For catalogue write $132.50 Write '
year per year. today for catalogue
ers were elected for the next six Winter Garden, Fla., Oct. 7.-The EDWARD CONRADL President. A. A. MVRPHREE. President.;
School Books and
ths: President, Raymond O. members of the Epworth League and SuppliesWill

rd; vice-president, John Harris; I their friends were entertained at the
etary and treasurer, Miss Peters; home of Mrs. Mary Dillard Friday be our principal business for the next

rmen of the committees: lookout, evening, October 2nd. A short busi- week or two. Our trade in this department
Florence Betts; prayer meeting, ness meeting was held after which
C. E. Enlow; social Miss Nan- the guests assembled on the lawn and extends from Tangerine to Lake Poinsetta L

arris; Miss Florence Kee- enjoyed various games. Later on in
Kiss and from Orange Center to Lake Pickett. We
flower : Dorothy Harrison; the evening refreshments were served '

prs, Will Hunter; pianist, Miss and the guests departed thanking the furnish every school book used in any schoolin 9IlP i

ethic Betts. The regular meet- hostess for a pleasant time.J. .
the and from a
of the society will be held at M. Sullivan and family have county, any _

'past six Sunday evenings.e moved into the Waterman bungalow. slate pencil to seats desks and musical in- .
young people of the Baptist Children's Day exercises were held
struments. We are headquarters for school LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
ch i gave a social and reception to at the Methodist church Sunday morn- .

tudents at the home of Miss Eld- ing. A splendid program was carriedout supplies. Effective from August 1, 1914 to August

|:e Tuesday night. A delightfulwas by the children, after which followed 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc-

enjoyed by those present. a short address by Mr. G. J. W. S. BRANCH, tion during that time:
r. and Mrs. Eugene Bellows and Stronger. At the conclusion of the !

oved to their new home at Win- children's exercises Rev. Steinbachheld Touring Car $555.03 i
The Arcade Book and Music Store
Iaven last Saturday.v. a prayer service in compliancewith '
Dr. Litch, wife and daughtered the request of our honored pres- Runabout 505.00 ,

home last week and services ident, Woodrow Wilson. 11111111111111111111111111111..1.1..1",1 F. O. B. Oriaad.. AH can fally equipped.

held in the church Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Sessions
Episcopal t
Further .e will W s.Me t Mala the a+axnu
[ Sunday morning, as usual. spending a week in Groveland where ..South Apopka Nurseries.; j in ..r gutsy production and the arinimBB nat. in ...rp.rcbaing
and sales departments If we r-uh aa .l).t .f
esident Blackman spoke on the Mr. Sessions has gone to relieve the SOf.tO can between the ab v. dates.

jeefold Horrors of War" at a cashier at the bank for a week All the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange ; Aad sb.Bld we reach this prwtactMB. .e agree t. pay aa !
ing for faculty and students in Mr. and Mrs. Steinbach and Miss Trees, thrifty, well-rooted and clear of all diseases. ; the buyer's share from UI t. .SCt per car (on .r ab..t

*-les Hall Sunday afternoon at 4 Mabel Dillard were entertained"Sun- New Catalogue and History of the Citrus Family F.r<< ear between) t. every Aagatt retail 1. UU b ye and' wh Aagvst parehases 1. 1915.F day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. FREEAddress I .r farther. particulars regarding these low prices and prafit- ;
I band has been organized inker F. D. Berry. I I haring plan, see

Park and prospects are flat- O. F. May and family have movedin .
.South Nurseries. F. G. RUSH,
|g for some good music in the the Miller place and W. C. Odum .. Apopka .. 0 '

future. About twenty, mostly has rented the house vacated by Mr. Phone 226 1

and, players are signed up for May.B. OCOEE, FLORIDAjllMIIMMIIIIMMIIiBMIIIIMMMtMMIIIMMItMl.

ar work, and with Mr. Siewert M. Sims, of Ocoee, was in town gN ,. t 9-4 f.

lader there is no reason why they Tuesday. ,

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Sratk Florida Sentinel AT FALL STYLE SHOW I lI

MORNING AND WEEKLY Rather than arbitrarily fix a division Slowly but surely the improve- I

JOSIAH FEBRIS. Editor and Owner The Yowell-Duckworth departmentstore line for pupils in the grammar ments on the fair grounds are being lI

was again crowded yesterday school grades further south than Pine completed and everything will be in 1 1C 1M 1
the continued the pmtoffiec at Orlando. Florida afternoon and last night at street, the school authorities have readiness for the opening of the fair
u Second CUM Mail Matter.SUBSCRIPTION showing of fall styles in wo i
asked for volunteers to go to the new in February. The resurfacing of the I
men's apparel by living models, and
grammar school building rather than race track has been delayed by the
RATES were the compliments showeredon
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $S..0 many the proprietors and capable em- the high school building which is heavy rains filling the marl pit with
Daily 6 Months .....,................. 2.50 badly overcrowded. Many children, water, but that the track will be in
Daily. I Months .....,,............... 1.25 ployes of one of Florida's foremost .
D& 7. 1 Month, ....................... ..b0i mercantile establishments.As I with the consent of their parents, first class shape is assured.
have volunteered to the
go block or
Under the stand 45
wandered through its a room
weekly 1 Year ...................... JLOO one two further to the new building, and ..;
12 feet is for
weekly 4 Month .................... .75 crowded aisles and saw the beautiful it is hoped that this method will solve by nearing completion
-- goods exhibited on every side and the the the accommodation of the Birmingham -
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN crowd of enthusiastic shoppers, it was problem. team, which will train here in
In the event there
|I. not
are enough
ADVANCE difficult to realize there is talk of March. The plot of ground inside the M
volunteers to relieve the
hard times. The decorations and fin- t congestion race track has been heavily fertilizedin '., .
ADVERTISERS: at the old the
building, authoritieswill
order to insure a thick turf for \
ishing of the store, from the large
be compelled to the ; foredUpUy and all ether hand-set front show windows with their beau- move divid- the baseball diamond. After the fairis ..
advertUinr Bait be handed in at the haunts ing line further south, probably to <
.fie* .f the Sentinel net later than 2 p. .. tiful decoration of the latest modelsin over the judge's stand will be removed -
the clay before publication. This rule applies Church or Jackson street. Pupils liv-
to give the spectators an unobstructed -
fall fashions and fads to
to chance for .ntraet advertiiiac it is are up
Church and Jackson
ing and the
adhered ... view of the field. Bleachers
invariable and will be strictly date and attractive in every partic- -
streets have been
ular. The entire through cross advised thatit will be built in continuation of the .
store every o. '
Snberib desiring The Seentinel discontinued might be necessary to send them
stand to accommodate
grand one
should notify the office in writing on department, was in gala array, and to the new building and have been .
the date of expiration otherwise it will be the showing was artistic and beauti- thousand spectators.As .
continued at the regular subscription rates asked to voluntarily go. A good many
K until notice to atop u received. ful in every degree. has already been announced in i iI
have already gone to the new build
The millinery ,department showed and will the Sentinel, the Johnny. Jones shows i I
l many more probably go
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1914. a wonderful variety of conceits and will winter in Orlando at the fair
next Monday.
the ladies need not worry for there grounds, where they will repair their
are really :M very many different paraphernalia and equip their shows
Some men consider a widow, with
about a million in the bank, a laborsaving kinds of hats, to cover the many different for the 1915 season. Under the unused -
kinds of heads that every one part of the grand stand will be
device. Cornelia K. Walker wife of J. B.
is going to be satisfied. Every one placed a work shop, equipped with 10 announce thai our I
o will feel that at this store can be r Walker, died very suddenly yesterday gasoline power, for the mechanics of
Football is war between colleges, I afternoon at four-thirty o'clock. The
created a hat for her particular style the shovrs. The Jones shows will
and you know what Sherman said funeral services will be held from the
and,to suit her individuality. give their initial performances for
about war. residence at 408 South Orange ave- 1915 at the fair.

R 0 nue this afternoon at three-thirty,the GRAND FAll OPENING A
The knocker is about as welcome in RDON-8WEARINGEN arrangements, not having been com-

Orlando as the German army wouldbe pleted last night. Gordon, of this city, Mrs. T. H. Ad

in Paris. Sheriff Frank Gordon and Miss Cornelia K. Kirkwood was born on ams, of Cedartown, Ga., and Mrs. A.

s g Lottie Swearingen sprang a surpriseon the 27th day of August, 1871, at L.. Smith of Jacksonville.

Andy Carnegie can make progressin their many friends yesterday afternoon Water Valley, Miss., and moved to Mrs. Walker was one of Orlando'sbest 3 I of ,
his desire to die by fortifyingthe at two o'clock, when they
poor Florida in 1881. She was married on women, a devout member'of the
peace palace. were quietly married at the Baptist May 17th, 1894-to Mr. J. B. Walker, Presbyterian church, and beloved by I
0 pastorium by Dr. E..T. Poulson. Only her. Her sudden death
and is survived by her husband, one all who knew
One objection to marrying a widow members of the immediate family of daughter, Naomi, her mother, Mrs.S. was a great shock to the family and Millineryand

is that she is*all old excuses the bride were present when the nup- R. Kirkwood, and four sisters, Miss friends and the sympathy of every

for coming home late. tial knot was tied. Mattie .Kirkwood and Mrs. John. F. one goes out to them.
o Following the wedding Mr. and

Cucumbers have a cooling effect Mrs. Gordon left by automobile for

-upon the system and some people Sanford, where they caught the after- t

have eaten them and never got warm noon train for Jacksonville, en routeto Wear
Ready to
again. Atlanta, where they will spend a A PROFIT MAKER -

o two weeks' honeymoon before return- .

.' When the young people leave the ing to Orlando to make their home. I
the darkened lawnS Mrs. Gordon is one of Orlando's
lighted parlor for
of course it is to look for Delevan's most popular and attractive young ladies will take place on f
comet. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. ff

o J. Swearingen, of 402 West Church I have two lots on Hillcrest Avenue, one a corner lot f
and has resided in Orlando for i
Many a great man has lived and street,. and th'e other adjoining. Each lot 64x135. Bearing Or-
unknown because no many years. She is very popular
died practically Next Oct. 14
y one but himself found out that he was with the young people of this city and ange trees. Southern exposure. Sidewalk already Wednesday .

great. her hundreds of friends will rejoice at down. Hillcrest Avenue will be paved with brick.

her happiness.Mr. .
a '
The railroads are talking about Gordon is the youngest sheriffin These lots will be.sold at a price which will guarantee
Florida. He is the second son of
charging for the transportation of for turn.
a profit a quick
baggage. Nothing will be charged, Mrs. John F. Gordon, of this city, and .
c stands well throughout the county
as heretofore, for smashing it. An exhibition 01 the newest
and was renominated for sheriff at
An exchange explains that it wasa the June primary without opposition.He ot the new
typographical error that caused it is a young man of sterling integ- S.Y.WAYInsurance
rity and honor whose, friends will
to put a marriage notice under the

head "Enlisted for the War." hasten to congratulate him upon hav- and Real Estate Agent On Living Models
o ing won so valuable a prize as the

bullet caused bride he claimed yesterday.Get .
Gabriel Prinzip, whose PHONE 172
all'this war, has not been heard from e
lately, but according to Sherman he the news first in the Sentinel. -I II I II TU fSDAY EVENING, OCT. 13. 19U

can not be in a worse place than I
Europe. | | lillMIMMMMMHIIIMMMIIIItMMIIttllM Mt MMMMiMIIIMtlltlMMIs from 8.30 p.m. to 10 p.m,

Life, that always o interesting and {: -

spicy New York publication, declares .J: 0 Kodak Finishing f

that it knows its war news is good

because it is manufactured right in A Cordlal.lnvUatfoo 10 all

No war liar has yet suggested that :MCELROY': : PS ..J S L AIT'S CY
Londoners are carrying aluminum No Cards.

umbrellas to guard against bombs

from German Zeppelins, but all the '
wlllililliiilllMMMillMMIIIilliMMIilMMIMMIIIIIIillMlltllMil lMIMt'
returns are not in.

o .
Teachers should not expect the pu- ;

pils to get to school on time. If they A

did it might cause the forming of a

lifelong habit that would take themto

- TS church or the theater on time. LIKE THIS i

Lakeland has voted a $165,000 bond .

issue ments,for fire light department and water and improve-a city | ; We believe that high quality, the best workmanship, .

cities hospital.Lakeland Like is most thoroughly South Florida imbued j and newest and most artistic designs should be blended .'"''

with the spirit of o progress. i in every article of jewelry a woman wears for her -(. ".

The Arcadia News is puzzled be- j adornment. That's the kind of jewelry we carry. I

cause one Florida
congressman ap
parently does all the talking when When you come here you are certain to find satisfac-

.. t Florida is assailed in congress. Perhaps
,i -:_ the News has not learned that it tion on every count. Our jewelry is the kind that ./ \"

:. is not the who does the 117DICKSONIYES. I
; congressman ..
will down the from to ';.
on family generation
most, but the one with the best press pass gen-

_: agent that carries'0' off the laurels.' eration. We make it as good as the families who

Beginning at two o'clock this after- buy it. '

_ noon, the war in Europe might as

... well adjourn for a week, at least so J
far as the vast domain of Uncle Sam-

uel is concerned. What's Joffre's or

Von Moltke's strategy compared with '

' that of Mack and Stallings? Whats! CO.

deadly blows dealt by either army

compared with the home run swats

of Whitted or Baker? What flight

of either army will compare with tne TiI.vansthe. Jeweler
speed of Collins or Evers on the DEPARTMENTAL STORfORLANDO'S

bases? The war has cast no deeper

cloud of gloom over blood soaked Belgium -

Philadelphia tomorrow night when .
the last ball has been swatted, the
last run scored, and the last batter
t declared out. ; /:

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L If you are not appreciating this itMllllilMltlMIIMIIIIH.iJFAVORTE- MISCELANEOUSEat ..
)iI -- -- --. .
.... '
WADE' weather, one of these days.: 'rclJ1
THEATRE | all you want. U "Get it at
) HIE TUNER'Qu" Mr. A. W. McKay, 9f Washington, Eat what you want.
D. c., is in Orlando a guest at_the Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. Take a postscript and forget it.
ND0. FLA. For sale by all druggists.
San Juan. l-7-d&w-lyr :i
Admission 5 cents I Allen's"F

After a delightful vacation Z. W. If your carrier boy is not giving T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
Evans is back in his studio ready to you good service, call by 'phone and IIMMIIMIMIIilMMIMTODAY'S Conscientious work at fair prices.
..-ake 6-3t you those artistic photographs. report him.Carrier PROGRAM Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf J

Buy at home and help the town. Victor. J. Warren Kerrigan in "The Eat what you want. F
boys appreciate it Vrhen Golden Ladder." A Western drama. Eat all you want.
All things do not come to him who subscribers have their dime ready for Produced by Joseph DeGrasse. Take a postscript and forget it.
Joker. "Well Well!" A rural com- For sale by all druggists.
L them when they'call.
waits, but to him who advertises.
edy, with Max Asher, Louise Fazendaand lTd&wlyrFASHIONABLE Rings ij ij'I
Bob Vernon. E
Have fixed that ad. for Sun-
Read the want ads. on page six. you up UniversaL Animated Weekly. DRESSMAKINGAt
They are among the most interesting day's Sentinel? Try one. There is'
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in no better medium known for results. 208 East Robinson avenue. Misses
reading today's: paper Attorney LeRoy Giles left yesterday Berke, formerly with. Miss Hovermale. ,
morning for a short business tripto 10-3-1m
If you fail to see "The Sea Wolf" The leading merchants of Orlandoare Plant City. We have a large assortment A f
at the Grand today you are depriving' represented in the. Sentinel's ad- W. M. SLEMONSWe .'_ t? i. !

yourself of an exceptional treat.' vertising-columns. Trade with them. Miss.Julia Yates, of Sarasota, arrived of beautifuldesigns ; ; 1'
have just opened and will be r 'I
Mr. C. P. Mahoney, who has been yesterday afternoon to enter glad to show you our new fall stylesof .
Mr. R. T. Butler, one of Kissim- the Cathedral school. men's hats, bought from John B. >in solid gold "tIJ_
mee's well known citizens, was a busi- quite sick for some time at his homeon Stetson Co. Price $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 :i

ness visitor to Orlando yesterday. Lake Holden, is somewhat im Judge T. P. Warlow and Attorney and $5.00. 10-4-10t H from seventy -five fl

1 ____ proved. John C. Jones motored to DeLand :!
FOR SALE-One Underwood
Mrs. D. C. Thompson and mother, tyPe- '
yesterday morning on legal business.
writer in good condition; one Bur- cents'up. -
J. P. Primrose and ,
Mrs. daughter
Mrs.. W. B. Lynch leave today for rough's adding machine, used only ,
visit Mrs. Root. of Baltimore, are spending today in two months, and
Plant City to Harry one Reading stand-
Mrs. J. C. Primrose, of Baltimore, Ii We would be
ard pleas-U
---- Orlando. They are registered at the motorcycle, in good shape. Bar- I
San Juan.Mr. Md., accompanied by her daughter gains on quick sale. Call or address, .
J. W. Osteen, of Alta-
Mrs. one Miss Frances, arrived in Orlando last J. C. Sigler, Winter Park Fla. ed at time to i iD
monte's estimable ladies, spent yesterday 10-9-tf
Miss Frances will the
in Orlando shopping and Henry L. Parramore, a former night. enter

greeting her many friends. Orlando young man but now resid- Cathedral'school.. Look at the label on your paper; El show you these rings.

ing in Jacksonville. spending todayin it shows the month and the year to I
Messrs. Albert S. Thornton, of the city. Mrs. E. W. Meade, of Montgomery, which your subscription is paid. Sub- r t

Tampa, and W. S. Thornton, of St.i Md., accompanied by her daughter, scription accounts are due in advance.
Petersburg, are among the Floridians I Mr. i. W. Phillips returned last will: arrive in Orlando today to spendthe 0Io
night from Atlanta, Ga., where he winter here. Her daughter will i
spending the day in Orlando.Mr. I
'j had been on business for the Orlando enter the Cathedral school. ; Allen &CJewelers n

W. A. Slauter leaves today for Auto and Supply company. II
Eustis to finish the plumbing and I., The feast of the Holy Rosary, the McdlOCH'SDepartment n

heating on thebig addition to the I Miss Ella Evans, an accomplished last of the great pilgrimage days of U ;
i iN
Grandview hotel at that-place. stenographer, has arrived in Orlando the season, will be observed with spe- .
I from Jacksonville' and has accepted a cial solemnity at the shrine of Our '
U "
Mr. Willis Galloway, commercial position with the San Juan Garage. Lady Help of Christians Cheekto- Store [ GUARA E EED D i l
agent of the A.,B. & A. railway, was waga, on Sunday. The low masses
I'! will be at 6, 7 and 3 o'clock. The solemn .
among the popular transportationmen -a
Mr. .Edward A. McKoy, presidentof r
.visitnig Orlando yesterday. I, the McKoy Land company, arrivedin high mass will be at 10:30 I01:1 .CD I IJl
---- I,I New o'clock. The Rev. Michael Fox, of -
Orlando last night from Or- Tumblers
Mr Hobart Bosworth, admittedly'i leans. He is registered at the San Orlando, Fla., will sing the high Jelly MM-. . . MIMMiiiMIMiiiMMMtPolish .
the greatest screen actor in the world, i ib Juan. mass, after which the Rev. FrancisX.

featured in "The Sea Wolf," which Scherer, pastor of. the shrine, will Fruit Jars
will be shown at the Grand today. address the pilgrims. At the same l3k yor. t9Y wi )1J 11
Mrs. W. A. Hart, of Cocoa, on the .
I time the Rev. James Wojcik, of
East Coast, is in Orlando visit
on a
Mr. Cyril Vivian went over to De- Springville, N. Y., will deliver a ser- 11
her sister Mrs. J. Bass all kindsPreserving
to W. of 510
Land yesterday in the interest of the I IL I mon in the Polish language. In the Your Silver
East street. Mr. Hart is expected to
i afternoon at 3 o'clock the Rev. Thomas
Buchanan Checking System, where he i -
L will be engaged for the next day or arrive tomorrow for a visit. F. Clark will speak in English.The ,
so. II I solemn close of the novena and Wrights Silver Cream Electro-Sili- '
Mr. J. C. Patterson, who has been benediction, with the Blessed Sacra- Kettles
Mr. W. C. Park, wife and daughter,1 I absent from Orlando all summer, visiting ment, will end the festivities of the : con.
prominent people of Towanda, Pa.,I I points of interest in several day. At all the services prayers will 1'1

- have arrived in Orlando for the sea-j I states, returned yesterday. His fam- also be said for the peace of the 3 South Orange Avenue J ; Pick Your Teeth
son. They are pleasantly located at I ily will not return to Orlando for a world.-The Buffalo Enquirer.

416 Boone street.- while longer. I

DEATH OF MISS BULLARDAt ----- --- With the Gold Medal Toothpicks
4- : During the absence of Sheriff Frank The value of advertising space ina ,-=
Gordon on his honeymoon, Deputy newspaper depends upon the quantity the home of Mrs. R. M. Ben- 'VENEER CORESALL
Sheriff J. W. Bass is in charge of the i and quality of the circulation, nett, on West Church street, at 12:30 t1
office and will take pleasure in arrest- III which depend on the quantity and yesterday afternoon, her sister, Miss LENGTHS QUANTITY AND ANY Potted Plants, Cut Flowers, Funeral ,

,"", ing all parties desiring to be locked ,quality of the paper's service to the Bullard; was claimed by death. Fun- Special prices for October. Designs Wedding Decorations.
up. people.It eral services will be conducted by Dr. Stock up before cold weather. ,
E. T. Poulson in Alliance Hall at 2:30 FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND !
Miss Alice C. Davies, who has been was stated that by the first of this afternoon, the interment, in OAK WOOD
visiting her sister, Mrs. S. M. Cooley, December the railroad passenger charge of Hammond & Gore, follow- THE SANITARY GROCERY j I
at her home on West Central avenue,I I rates between St. Louis and Chicagowill ing in the Orlando cemetery. The Orlando Wood YardB.

for the past three months, returned be increased about $1, and rates pall bearers are Messrs. M. E. Weeks, W. Kingsley, Proprietor CARUTHERS & GORE
yesterday to her home in Nashua, between St. Louis'and New York will F. M. Topliff, O. N. Larson, John PINE STREET AND R. R. i Phone 200 I
Fla. be increased $2. Tucker, Will Long and Kelly. Telephone 341 1"
9-30 6 & 8 E. Pine Street I
Mr. A. R._Sandlin, who left Or- 'Il!!-. Fritz:; Hauer, the new, violin UPRIGHT PIANO for sale. Good .... .. .. ... .. ... .. ... ...... .. .. . ...... .. .... I
lando three weeks ago for Ocala, -rhirt! at the Grand, will make his condition. $75 cash takes it. Worth
he is the local for i double. Wade, the Tuner. 1093tIHMIIMIMIIIilillllM
the where Citrus Exchange; arrived manager in the '!:,:'"i!""-nnnr:* -mnparancp. and has at this selected evening's"Pierrot per- ,:: : ::iiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiJtitiiiiiiitMHi MMIilllltllMtlnliilif MBMilillllM'' :::: M *:: :IMIMI :I ::I f jf?:::::::

city yesterday afternoon on a busi- "
:< "nJuV, from Kubdik's Repertoire,
ness trip. as his opening number.

Annie Hatcher, of Atlanta,
Miss The Right Rev. Cameron.Mann, D. 1 Licensed Plumber and
Ga., but more recently of Orlando I D., bishop of Southern Florida, will Sanitary Engineer !
and Jacksonville, has accepted a posi- 'visit All Saints church on Sunday, Estimates Furnished. .
tion in the office of the Record com- Jobbing i
November 1st All Saints
Dayforthe | Promptly Attended to. 1
pany, and has decided to locate here
purpose of administering the sac-
for the winter.-St. Augustine Rec- ramental rite of confirmation. The 6z9 1

ord. rector anticipates presenting a class Ion Court Street

progressive spine of Lakelandat ORLANDO, FLORIDA :I
You Electrical
FOR RENT-Two rooms for light this time fully in acocrd with Have
housekeeping, with all modern con- the progressive spirit of Lakeland t -aI-1m I
veniences. Inquire 312 E. South St.
9-25-1m churches.-Lakeland Telegram. iiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiit.



i We will repair starter system 1
.a. Rebuilt Cars Ii 1 any

i Electric lights or magneto and J

: : $250.00 I guarantee satisfaction absolutely.

'. For a model 19 Buick 30 Horse Power. Caris I

in good condition, and well worth the price

If $425.00 1 1S

For windshields 1912 EMF30", a new top. and Has demountable in first class rims con-, '

dition in every respect.. San S Juan Gara[t ge Co.o J

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Pine Castle Fla. Oct. 7.-Miss

:Anna Funk left Thursday to re-enter stucco cottage on Cathcart St.

.f Rollins College. She will be grealty one block north of Eda' Park, just
Naticcs ef Lot Wanted For Sale. For
missed among the young people. completed-built for comfort and
Rent etc for tWo c.l..... J5c. for one day, con
Mr. L. C. Newell arrived Saturday SOc. for three days. er $1.fO for one week, for venience-large lot, stone garage,
from Ashtabula, Ohio, for the winter 25 words er less. Money most accompany beautifully situated and will. be sold
season. the advertisements f.r this nl.... as no for $6,000, good terms.

Mr. George Collier and family insertions will be made .. credit. Twenty acres on Lake Gatlin, '

moved to Frostproof the first of the about 18 planted to oranges and ORLANDORoyal :
SALE-Cooking Range,
month and will live there while Mr. fectly FOR new, also oil Cooking Stove.per- grape fruit trees, 5 years old, fully
: Collier is engaged id overseeing the Call mornings at 707 East Central 1,000 boxes now on trees. If you desire -
_ building of a branch of the A. C. L. avenue. 10-9-6t this property, will be divided

in that part of the country. FOR SALE-Cheap. A Planet, giving two fine building sites with Cement
The Christian Workers of the Union Jr., Garden Seeder and Wheat Hoe Lake Gatlin in front overlookingthree Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimefiiJItllHliUMIIIIUMi

chapel met Tuesday at the church and Attachment, nearly new, also 100 other lakes. Price for 20 acres
talked for the building of Egg Incubator, used one year and
for half.
an additional over plans room to the chapel for gave Church 94 street.per cent. hatch.-623 10-6-6t W. better$12,000 in or Florida.$6,000 Owner Nothing has repeatedly lilUMHIIIIHIIIMili : : : : : : : :: :; :: :::::::::: lllllllilMIIIIIHMMMImportant MilliMMIMIIMIIMiM*

church and entertainment work. They refused to sell, but on account -
will meet again next'Tuesday at the FOR SALE-Good dwelling with of sickness he is unable to come

church to further complete their established modern conveniences grocery ,business close in, ; $600 also to Florida to live as he intended. :S-USr: T ESS

plans. 'worth of stock, good trade easy Two 3 acre tracts overlooking Orlando -
Work on the Baptist church build- .terms. Address L., care SentineL --fine lake view, good neigh-

ing was resumed this week. This is FOR SALE-14-room house fully borhood, good land and splendid for

a substantial building and it is hoped furnished, splendid location, price surburban homes. Price $1,000 each.
that it will go on to completion as a $5000 terms. Apply Alfred Hadley 10 acres all cleared, north side friendships result from the right introduction, and ; ;

reward to the faithful workers who 308 Magnolia Ave. 10-6-2w Lake Ivanhoe overlooks
Orlando, the most
important ones come through the right banking
have labored to have a church homeof FOR- SALE-Or trade for real estate splendid land and a fine home site, I con- : ;

their own faith. a five-passenger automobile in $2000 9-11-1m nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We : :
President Wilson's proclamation for nice shape. Address No. 112 West

October 4th to be observed as a day Church street, city. 10- ,-lm invite you to open an account with where. a personal inter- :
Do You Want
of "prayer for in Europe" was a Good
peace FOR SALE-One or both of a team est is taken in depositor.ORLANDO .
marked service 1100 and every
not by any special of black mares, weight
here, but Mr. Henry Slater, who 1200. Good drivers, single or double. Home in the Country ?
Park Fla.
C. E. Enlow, Winter ,
spoke at the morning service, in his
closing prayer invoked divine help 9-18-tf BANK & TRUST' CO.

t and guidance to restore peace to war For Sale-Silver Cluster Grape

- stricken Europe. Fruit and Valencia late orange buds.

The meeting W. C. U.Union held their chapel monthlyopen Sun- years Vigorous old.9232m stock,H.SOc C.1 McDANIEL.year; 75c 2 tractive Our list propositions containes both some in very city and at- I.: : : .. 1tlfIIt$ tIIIOI: : :: ::1IIsSSIsIsSISSesIoIs:::::::::::::::::::::::::

day evening. A good program anda

t good of pleasure.attendance The made W. C.the T.occasionone U. will hammock FOR SALE-Forty land; eight in acres grove of; fine the pleased country to property.submit them And to we you.will be .I : It llllllliiillwM4( 1 : : tt: : : : : III-III : II1111 : :::::::MMMMMM*

meet in a business session Thursday : present crop of oranges will be from
afternoon at Union chapel. All ladies 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, To those who have property to sell I
ready for setting-10 acres in lake,
of the village are invited to at-
one and quarter miles from Apopka. or to rent, we invite you to call at CLOTHINGOur
tend. Price $5,000. Address W. H., Box

178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf our office and list your property withus. ,
ISH GOVERNMENT FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. The same courteous treatmentthat
Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas-
stock ofWinter
tfe. 9-18-tf has marked all of our business new
Jefferson City, Mo., Oct. 6.-A local -
company dosed contracts today FOR SALE-Pure bred silk poodle dealings will be extended to you.
with the British government for 165- puppies. Apply 20 W.> Pine street,

000 saddletrees. It is said this is the opposite Grand theater. 10-3-6t Cooper Atha I ML and ClothingMade

largest contract of the kind ever madein FOR RENT ,

the United States. Rooms for light housekeeping; modem -
furnished unfur- 114 South Orange Ave, Ground Floor
up to date;
nished; on Lucerne Circle; with gar- Phone No. 311
STATE NEWS NOTES Watkins.den, fruit and flowers. See 9-24-tf J. F. by SCHLOSS BROS., is coming in

One of the finest structures of its

kind in the state, the new San Sebastian FOR S\LE-While the Germans and anxious for to
we are see our
bridge connecting St. Augustineand are shelling Europe, my cow is shelling 9-
out the milk every day rain or '
New St. Augustine, was formally shine, Sunday included, and she is for New Styles and high class tailoring. Best
opened to traffic recently with cere sale at a bargain, and goes on recordas ,
monies. It is 290 feet long and 36 a dandy at 7.30 Center St- 10-7-3t

feet wide. FOR SALE-A good Roll --Top- OPTOMETRIST : place in the city to buy clothing. ,

Desk and Chair. Been used very little. (Sueeesflor to Dr. O. P. LUdna)
Judge Daniel A. Simmons of the Rock
Call on W. C. Sherman ORLANDO. FLORIDAWE
fourth judicial district has signed the Building, opposite San Juan Hotel. -

decree formally and legally organiz- 10- -tf FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
ing the Upper St. Johns drainage dis- W. M. SLEMONS

trict. This district contains 265,000 MISCELLANEOUSLADY AND DO ALL KINDS OF

acres in Orange, Brevard and Osceola
counties. STENOGRAPHER wants one
or two light housekeeping oj.111111111111.IIII.tllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll1111 .illlilMIMIIMIilMMMIIIMillillll
refined Christian home. Rates must .. . . 11111111.I111I1 .
be reasonable. State rates. Address
"Stenographer," care Sentinel. 8-2t :
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Fresh from the counry Eggs, per WANTED-Three or four nicely NORTH ANDVFSI' ot l'II--rAIIIII'1111111111111111111111111111111111111111IIII I'.I.IIIIIIIIIIIIIA (
furnished rooms, with privilege of
doz., 35c.Keifer. =
house keeping in good location
Pears for and
cooking for winter months, by three adults, "DIXIE LIMITED" flWere w.
pickles, 50c. peck. state terms and location, address S. 3WJi
Apples of the best, 20e. to 25c doz. H. A. Sentinel Office. 10-9-3t "SEMINOLE LIMITED"
k- Peaches of the finest, 30c. per doz. =-__ "MONTGOMERY ROUTE"
a Grapes,Grapes,Grapes, 25c. basket. WANTED-Chambermaid. I want "SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED"
,: Tomatoes, the best Maryland stock, a good neat, clean, experienced
8c. per Ib.Bananas. chambermaid. One who is willing to Pullman Cars from Chicago, St.
the finest, 20c. per doz. work and knows how and what todo Louis Cincinnati, Louisville, and intermediate | They to
Florida Bananas, lOc., per doz. in her line of work. Only colored points to Jacksonville,Fla.
Oranges, Grapefruit, and fruit of help wanted. Must give good refer- DINING CARS
all kinds. Visit the little store and be ences. Write stating what experienceyou Via
have had, where worked last
convinced, as quality and prices will. you ATLANTIC COAST LINE I
and how long you were there and
make you call again. what wages you expect.-Address W. Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. be Married Soon

-, THE ORLANDO SPECIALTY CO. C. Temple, Alabama Grove, Winter G. KIRKLAND, D.P.A.
109 W. Church Street
Park 10-6-1w Hillsboro Hotel Tampa, Fla.
107tfIf A. W. FRITOT, D.P.A.

BOARD AND ROOMS House newly 138 West Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.
home of
you want quick returns from ad- furnished and remodeled. Northern Came to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern

vertising at moderate cost, patronizethe cooking. $5 and $6 per week. four or five rooms. They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable
columns of the Sentinel. You Excellent location. Magnolia House which had available for the furnishing of their
z corner South and Boone streets. Mrs. yet the amount ol money they
can people place in Orlando your wants and before numberless 8,000 Marie Lewis, manager. 9-4-lm The Cathedral School j home made expenive peices prohibitive. stock.

considerable time with us looking through our large
other readers of the paper in adjoin- FOR RENT-Four nice furnishedrooms. They spent
ing territory. Will rent to adults only. ORLANDO FLORIDA We offered a lew suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were
Apply 409 DeLaney sreet. 9-23-tf (Formerly known as Pell.CUrk School) much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they

The Sentinel want ad. way will get FOR SALE-A No. 1 saddle mare REOPENS OCTOBERA thought they should want. '
results. or buggy horse. Address make sure that they were doing
you careWright's Boarding and Day School for Girls- After looking around in other stores to
Box 567. 9-2-tf Re..I.r and Special c.ano-Prima., they came back and placed their or-
with their appropriation
Intermediate and Academic Grades- the best possible
The merchants of Orlandoare
-Art-Elocution-Physical Caltare
represented in the Sentinel's ad- SMART PARCEL DELIVERY BOY Domestic Science--Admirable Situationand der with us.This.
wanted at once. Dickson-Ives Co., Sorroandinrs-Climate HealthfulCareful is typical example of hundreds of homemakers whcm we arepleasin
columns. Trade with them. a
vertising dry oods dept. 9-29-tf Rates.Home Life-Capable TeachersLow -
RARE BARGAINS FURNISHED ROOMS for light house- Rev. Roderick P. Cobb Bishop Mann.. \Ve carry an extensive! stock of serviceable, attractive homefurnishingsgrading
RecUr. President.Wooo
keeping; electric lights, bath, gas from the lowest priced which are the \erybest. Your appro-
a Don't be deceived. Seeing is be- for cooking. Telephone 549. 115
be from $175 tOIocoor more
lieving. The best man to buy rezl East Amelia avenue, near Wyoming priation for furnishing your home may anything
estate of is the man that has actual otel.: 10-6-1wk can make the most of it with us.
experience in the cultivation of truck Wood WoodExcellent -you
farm, and citrus fruit lands, and WANTED-By two strong, young
knows what land is when se sees it. Germans, work; not afraid to tackle
There is of that kind in Or- any kind of manual labor. Enquire
a man Core Pine Wood Sup-
lando. Have him show you. Ownesprices Lawrence House or the Sentinel.
boosting.on all property; no padding or 10-7-3t plied in any quantity Kincaid & Snowden H

F. G. ARNOLD. FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with
Second Floor, Rooi 1. garage; elegantly furnished; onLake
Telephone Exchange Bldg. Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE

9-26-6t w. Orlando, Fla. 8-27-tf STRANDS OR MORE Furniture ot Character at Popular Prices

NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
PAVING AND CURBING ORDINANCE potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. I Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida j
Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant ELDREDGE BARLOWTelephone

-45 curbing lando.An ordinance of Boone to Street provide in for the the City.paving of and Or- WANTED Co.. Apopka TO Fla.EXCHANGE a 5-24-tf large 375 **+\ \\\\\ \ \\ \\\'t'\ " :" :" '!!i? 11 r* 111111111" IIIII i 1111 i i 111 :

t' B. it ordained by the City Council of the Shetland pony for a larger horse. -------- -

a' City Section of Orlando I.-That: Boone Street shall be Reel's Steam Laundry, 814 N. Orange South Street, near A. C. L. Don't wait for every one In town to Furnished room hunters are coming FOR SALE
paved with brick of the following width: avenue, or phone 654. 9-29-tf the painter, before to Orlando every day looking for
from Church Street to Jackson Street.' 26 have
Tracks comfortable places to stay; that's Nursery stock, one, two, three and
feet with granite curb; from Jackson Streetto Look at the label try. Am too busy to look you
South Street. 30 feet. and shall be curbed on your paper you should insert an ad. in our four old buds Foster Early,
I will be the why year
and you
636 on
with concrete curb, four by fourteen inebea. it shows the month and the to up. Phone ,
Adopted October ;u.. 1914. year 1-20-tt want ad. column-it pays. Pineapple, Java Honosassa, Washington -
E. F. SPERRY. Mayor. which your subscription is paid. Subscription job.
You'll have to confess, it's in the Navel. A'H-*;Mr. M. Kahlo
accounts are due in advance.
AttestCarl Jansen. City Clerk. SentineL Get the news in the Sentinel first. Read the Sentinel want ads. Apopka Fla. Phone 2222. 3UtfPINE t

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TO THEIR LEFT Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale Rust Mite COOK WITH GAS
WING TRYING TO EN- and Red Spider that i is hit. Removes sooty mold

VELOP VON KLUK and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September -

Official Communication Given and October are two of the best months for
spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents insects -
Out Yesterday Afternoon 6.
Confirms Reported Rus- from sapping trees all winter, and brings them : ; 1. Convenience Speed .

sian Successes out in a good healthy condition in the spring, thus 7. Efficiency
insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom. 2. Comfort

Paris, Oct. 7.-The following communication ., 8. Safety
was given out in Paris J. SCHNARR & CO.. Orlando, Florida. 3. Cleanliness

this afternoon: 9. Perfect Regulationof |
"On our left wing the battle still Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure the White Fly 4. Simplicity
continues with great violence. The Fungi. 9-9 D. and W 2-M : ; Heat

opposing fronts extend Into the region .. 1111111111111111111111111111111111111 1111111111111 5. Accessibility
between Lens (nine miles north- 10. Economy
east of Arras), and La Bassee (thir- iniMltllilllllillllMiMilllliiMMIIHMillMMMtPackers ,
teen miles southeast of Lille) and 1
are lengthening by masses of cavalry
which are in grips as far as the vicinity 5. ACCESSIBILITY !
of Armentierres (nine miles Th E Eola Packing
northwest of Lille), and virtually on CoMpallyi '
the Belgian frontier. J Gas is accessible to everyone living on streets reached by : :I: i
"On the front extending from the .
( i our 18 miles of mains.
Somme to the Meuse there is nothingto I

"In report.the Woerve district the enemy and Shippers of Citrus We bring the pipe to the curb free of charge and run the J ;

made a new effort to stop our progress line into your house at cost.
but his attacks again failed. Fruits and i
"In Russia the German army, de- Vegetables. We also sell the best appliances on the easiest of terms to all } :
feated in the battle of Augustowo,
which lasted from September 25 to I will operate alone under above name and shall ap- people of good credit.
October 3, endeavored to arrest the preciate the business of all who have and any who have 9
Russian pursuit at prepared positions not patronized me in the last three years. For informa- If you are not now using Gas it will pay you to investigate.

along the line of the Wirballen fron- tion call on or write me at my Packing House at crossingof
tier. At Lynck the Russian troops Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure !
continue their advance, and at several
building, which I am equipping with Mauld's latest ma-
places they went into east Prussia.To
sum up, the German offensive on chinery and can consequently give you same service ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. 1
the Niemen, has been brought to an which has always spoken for itself.

end by a complete check accompaniedby My efforts will be to sell all possible before resortingto
very considerable losses. distribution.

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dangerous thing.
Cupid could give the fool killer a
lot of pointers.
Better one boil on the stove than __
two on the neck.
Many a man walks around and runsa I
risk at the same tim ii.Y19i0Nf f
If it were not for your memory you $8 Charleston and Return$8
would be unable to forget. 111 llh
children their
After grow up par-
ents often prove a disappointment.The VIA"Clyde
man who closes up like a trap if'UT/E\\
will catch the garrulous ones nearly
every time. Line"First t
Clothes can not be said to really
make the man but they cover a multi- \'k1l 7 IIT

tude of deficiencies. Class Meals and Berth IncludedThis
Some women can't lose the married ,
look, even after they are widows. r "
Every day the bloodiest battle of
the war is in progress. special rate good on any of the Company's
steamers August 22nd October 17th

Oct. 7.-A dispatch from Return Limit 10 Days 11 Horsepower GUARANTEED 3'Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic

Troyes, France, to the Havas agency, Mechanical Oil Pump, Step'Starter and 66 Refinements I
states that an announcement comes Ships scheduled to 'sail from Jacksonville "every IIt
from Romilly-Sur-Seine, a town twen Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m. B275.OO
ty-three miles northwest of Troyes,
that the French brought down a Ger- # & Tfilnf>if 129 Orange Ave.,
man aeroplane while it was flying I For reservations and further particulars apply to Wright .
over that city yesterday. : t I

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The Terra Ceia Nurseries have for
with me now, while I have the time Your general laundry work, French 3
sale the Walters (Florida Standard)
Washington, Oct. dry ;
6.-Secretary cleaning and
variety of grapefruit, from one to to look it over and familiarize myself pressing will be appreciated -
Daniels today directed that the historic three years old, budded on three to with the talking points. I made the guaranteed. Satisfaction and service
Constellation should visit Nor- four years old rough lemon roots; largest number of sales last winter Open September 28th.
folk, Annapolis and Washington be- insure your lIre and loan you Who is your painter and decorator) and the Heart's TardifF orange, one and expect to do even better this win- for Phone whites 654. Reel's Steam Laundry,
money on real estate at 6 per cent. If you are satisfied keep the one you year old buds on three years old ter. Sly prospects are beginnig to ar- only. 9-25-tf
fore returning to Newport from Bal- 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 losea
timore. ...1 :;'' Gurry Bcijding, Tampa, Fla. No. 636., 1-20-tf condition. sale by putting it off. Call todayat Up to date painting, papering, etxL
3-25-diwtf -' ,TERRA CEIA NURSERIES, my new offices in the Watkins is the kind you want. Where to get
Wood, $1.50 a strand Hand's To be Terra Ceia, Florida. building and list your it? That's
up. convinced of ,the producing easy, phone 636. W. T.Entrican. .
J. C. Rowell, Manager. WALTER W. propertY.j
Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf Don't overlok the want ads. power of Sentinel want ads=&y,o&e.- Correspondence"solicited:: Real Estate. Phone : 1-20-tf

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The Mississippi Largest ..

Single Appropriation but .
Many Florida Projects '-<.. ir
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army: engineers has completed its -. :
is best based its
A nation's war strength upon -
task of allotting the $20,000,000 rivers -
actual fighting force, plus the available reserve and harbors appropriation allowedby i DO YOU UNDERSTAND ;

fighting material with which it may replete. its depleted congress. The largest single allotment -

ranks. was $3,750,000, which goes
I to the Mississippi river commission.The : How you can personally be benefit-

A man's business strength is not measuredby following Florida allotmentswere ted by the advantages accruing to

the actual dollars he may have at hand. made: Tampa bay, $6,000; St. the '.
Backed by a strong, accommodating bank suchas Petersburg harbor, $1,500; Apalachicola : commmunity by
to take advan- bay, $15,000; St. Andrews bay,
the State Bank, he is prepared
$36,000 narrows in Santa Rosa sound, :
The Federal
; Reserve Act ?
tage of business opportunities that seldom seek $5,000; Jacksonville to the ocean,

the man without a bank account. $200,000; Jacksonville to Palatka, $5-

000; Palatka to Lake Harney, $5,000; :.: Call, telephone or write and we will
The State Bank of Orlando Indian river $10,000; Caloosahatchee '
; booklet
.river, $2,000; Withlacoochee river, -just ---which

$10,000; Apalachicola river, including : } explains this act fully and clearly.
cut-off, Lee slough, lower Chipola !
river and upper Chipola river from
Marianna to its mouth, $15,000; chan- [.u..J j. '
nel from Clearwater harbor to Tampa
channel from -
z S 1 bay, $12,000; Apalachicola ,, :,
river to St. Andrews bay, $6,500; .
___ ____ _,____ _______ ___u_____ __ _IMPORTANt___ ____ Alabama Choctawhatchee, $20,000;river Escambia, Florida and and Co- s :;:/: .: .:<::t} L'>::::..: ." '

FRUIT BUSINESS IS MY I U. D. C. HELD AN necuh river, Florida and Alabama .

BUSINESSWe MEETING YESTERDAY $5,000; removing water hyacinth in .-. ,
Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana and -
handle but the best. : .' : :
nothing '
Come anti see me before you buy your Texas $17,000.GENTLEMEN'S '
fruits. See our beautiful display. regular monthly meeting of 1 D 1
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Prices right. Good service. Our tele- the Annie Coleman Chapter of the NIGHT AT THE '- ..;' .... J '. :
phone Monday.number Free delivery will be to announced any part United Daughters of the Confederacywas ROSALIND CLUB -. ; -. h".c. : :.-:. '..FI. ::

of town. I held yesterday afternoon at the
Prices for Friday and Saturday home of Mrs. E. L. Bliss and Dea- The first of the .. .: .
gentlemen's night .
Apples from 35 to 60 cents a peck. coness Parkhill. The meeting was season was held last night at the r ''::; .,;:'."-:, "", ; :.. .'.i< '.: '.'.: .:.:. .".:; :'".:. ,.<:. '..,. .: ;/.:A. :
Bests kind of eating apples, Wine '
Saps, very delicious. The American attended by sixteen members, and the Rosalind Club, and a most enjoyable
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Beauty, from 20 to 50 cents a dozen. proceedings were marked by much I I program was carried out. The club
Grapes Concords and Niagaras, 25 ly applauded for her excellent inter- continued to applaud her exceptional ROSALIND NOTICE
interest and enthusiasm. The regu- house was tastefully decorated by the
cents a basket. Cycle pears, 30 centsa pretation. Mr. Cestia Lawtou then playing and she rendered a dainty
lar routine of business was carried house committee. The guests were
basket. California grapes, 15 centsa waltz. Mr. A. P. The business meeting of
pound. Bananas, 20 cents a dozen. out during which delegates to the welcomed by a reception committee rendered Tosti's "Good-bye," and for Curry gave a par- regular
Alligator pears, 10 cents. Lemons, general convention at Savannah Ga. consisting of Mrs. Giles Mrs. C. B. an encore gave "In the Heart of a ticularly fine vocal solo, "To You, the Rosalind Club will be held on
15 cents a dozen, two dozen 25 cents. were selected, Mrs. Watson and Miss Robinson Miss Ada Bumby and Mrs. Rose." Miss Grace Boone gave a and for his encore gave "Mavourneen. Monday afternoon at tli club houseat
Limes, 5 cents a dozen. Beans, 10 ." This also
cents a quart. Cabbage, 4 cents a''I!.Agnes Person being chosen. The alternates Gray Rush. reading from one of Alfred Noyes' was heartily re- three o'clock.
pound. Good cooking pears 60 centsa are Miss Mary Robinson and Miss Nicholas, of the Cathedral poems "The Highwayman," and after ceived. Later dainty refreshments, ELOISE ROBINSON, Secretary.
peck. Fresh 35 cents a dozen Miss Reba Lawton. consisting of ice cream cake, coffee
eggs Delegates were school gave a musical selection "To the hearty applause for her ability
quart.guaranteed.. Cranberries, 10 cents a also chosen for the state convention the Spring," by Greig, and was warm-: rendered another poem from the same and.nuts, were served.T. First class Brazing a ,specialty at
NICHOLAS FRANCISCO Orange to be held at Kissimmee on November author, "The Fisher Girl." Miss Warman's Repair Shop o Court St.
F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
avenue, at Duckworth's former shoe 4th; they are Miss Person Miss Howe. All matters pertaining to the Annetta Persing, of the Cathedral 12-6-tf.
Conscientious work at fair prices.
store.FRUIT Hart, Mrs. Lawrence and Mrs. Fuller, Kissimmee convention were attended I school, played "The Trout," by Hel-! Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf
BUSINESS IS MY the alternates being Mrs. Abernethy to and all objects for which pledgesare ler, and as an encore played "The T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. ,
BUSINESS Conscientious work at fair prices.
10-9.2t Mrs. Watson, Mrs. Dolive and Mrs. usually made were looked after. I Faunes," by PolinL Still the guests j'I Don't forget the Sentinel want ads. Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf

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merits the attention of every person in Orlando .
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Specials for Saturday Night' 7 to CREAM real wool.SERGE regular 33 incpes 2i>c. qualIty wide. -looks------like10c--- Grocery Department Specials, All

10 O'clock Day Saturday .
IEN'S SHIRTS, in plain and fancy, s9me with .
colors, some without, a splendid line to I

: : WOOL DRESS GOOD. about 20 pieces in choose from $1.00 quality ------------- 83c BEST CREAM CHEESE, per pound _________ 20C
' : Plaids Stripes and plain colors, worth up
to 75c., to clean up at ________________._ 19c BUNGALOW APRONS, every lady needs
hese. They are made of a good quality GOLDEN DALE BUTTER, per pound _______ 35c
of Percale and Gingham, 50c. qualIty,
1 SHEETS, SEAMLESS, and free from starch lImIt39c
2 to a customer _
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: and dressing, large size 75c. quality, limit 55C MAXWELL HOUSE BLEND COFFEE, per
6 to
1 a customer ----------------------- FANCY JAP SANDWICH BASKETS, assorted pound ______________________________ 35c
1 sizes, regular 35c. quality, limit 1 to a
: TALCUM PO\VDER full pound can. dehght- customer ___________________________ l0C .
1 fully perfumed 25c. quality, 1 to a customer 40c
1 --------________________________ 15C MATTING RUGS this makes a beautIful Art.VIRGIN A BEAuTY APPLES, per peck -----
: Square for a dining or bed room full 9x12
IiAIR PINS. assorted sizes, large size box lint- size. regular $3.75 and 00 quality, FANCY LARGE NEW YORK POTATOES,
j ; it, 2 to a customer 3c only to a buyer -- -!:__--__-____-_ $2.89 per peck _______________-_____________ 30e t
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Orlando's Largest Store. Quality Did It." !

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