Title: The morning sentinel
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 Material Information
Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: September 2, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00423
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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:!, '... '. .. 1 J t ...: id8'. ,}t night forty-six 'of;:tte most: ,,active Express ,from The Hague says the
: 'C, K good roadS boosters in south Florida four richest 'men in Belgium have I
: tr'\ < tis Use .d [ S ERS STD Uoorn. TO CONTEST
t ;arrived in:Orlando. and,.put up a t .Ml1f1lE guaranteed the 'payment of the-war'
the/San, :Juan hotel, where: .supper i tax ,the Germans levied against Bel- "w >

\. i, '->.9 .... (. j.O. anniversary;.of' the:battleFwaeh' :was,.ang'.titeni: This morningbetween gium. The four men are Ernest:Sol-
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;:tfi11' ,, O; an&Ge an8 lost their:'lives; iniMMl eight and nine the'party'will Jig Sidewheekr_ Crashed Into i vay, the alkali king; Baron Lambert, Another Senatorial Primary.

.:; fJM' g 41I ", N>*,.tf *< Yi reported, Jlf. : leave;for'.Eustis, where they go"toinspect I 'Breakwater'a.Few"Miautes. __ I II the .Belgian representative of the Will Become Necessary to

.: s *.*itt_ itmap''- v"v ' ;tM.fat: tofY.batue" ; .the .sand-oil: ''road:"built there'i |After Paseeagers Were Kothschflds; 'Raoul Waroucque the Fill Vacancy in the a

? : : -; 'r :tr-r = V* two,years d 'ago, -- ) .'Taken 'Qf. mine,owner, and, Baron Empain, the'railway Senate

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::; : 'fir' rm a :and 'Ate tlm 'yesterday;/'considering the"largt; hw red,-passengers, most; of. them ," says the correspondent, "Brus- members congress who have been

; a .' ; : '..i!. a= ee er: ;Irontli'TMiifigfafighting :; number'.of, 'stops they made.; -The I women and children,. kn excursion) sels would probably have been treatedas striving hard to secure the appoint-

.i..J.rl Y. -} g, pp O t )on:the'same largest,:party 'comes 'from. Sarasota; steamer. 'from. Benton' . Harbor. Mich:, Louvain was., Big guns were ment of an Alabama man to the circuit

. . . '' : :' ;'r ..:t"" where ,the idea. of the pilgrim&g(t caught-' fire several :miles ,offshore mounted in front of the palace ready : court of appeals at New Orleans

,.:: . __: :j;. .r '.decisive J icontlict'ofin originated' ,with-- .Editor. Rube Allyi- "i earlf today. Racing :against, .theweeks for bombardment"" I have practically abandoned hope of

.. '.. __ _ _' '.' ..--f,_... ', __"- .' """ ,":'!. .k off the. Sarasota Sun :several ...I flames.,,the steamer made. .,for'the government achieving success, and now concede
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_= 40:miEea.':me' an;ltneiB supbeng .tytown4yesterday morning-::.6.30.< ,and all the..,.,. .passengers- ,' ; were. landed .GREAT.PAINTING. winner., .
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'pit.,.Poronelia. -.L .'the",west'. "and- ._ ..ex, eO If!ill, those' arriving in Orlando:last .safely "a.' moment'. ?.,,btferejtheb6atsankK ,' -jj* Everything now.points to the probability i
. :s the : night' came from ManateeVDeSoandPolk t ;; ; London; .Sept :I.-In' \ dispatch
.tending ttaai&raina iNs''n, : to; f r' < that Senator Bryan will be'ap-
. Be fort :counties; though;: ia, tin-' r The pasengers.were huddled onthe from-,Amsterdam, Correspondent of pointed by President Wilson which
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B f61-_.. Gumans,_. beyond:t'i. e F ofdQfe'ire : oat'from:Tanrpa,''probablyremamirigat ) 'shore'ofl tngs and mother eicursionwats. !German.bombardment Malines will be .
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.WIV-. .. ,c'i'' ,.J .,,.3, .. 1 route last night. ," the Rater.,' .said- the passengers, had"'n t :"Miraculous;>> Draught of Fishes," are advising him to enter the race,

'. tTi.e"MJ r' Otts J )#f t0 ght Clallned.to bebgdiRg As .the .originator.. the'movement' a-awakened_until. :a few moments was destroyed. 'It hung in the church but he has not decided to do so.WEATHER .

.......'i '..i Mng i (forced to. ..,give.'way on:Eu t'is Editor.Allyn is in command Jefofe,tKe boat; sank. He, had, been of .Notre""Dame. The correspondent
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.. aI- -Jsr-i :" tjgainB in. Lorraine. Tonight; the expects his The,fire, is believed to 'have in' Florida Local thunder showers
< ,Tt 1 GjJL, ; ; their armies. He ;J .which various places Belgjam now occupied .
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...._' ., 4n:progress-with. -- result,. forces to reach Eustis_some time between started in the'galley,was: discoyered by ,the Germans, according to Wednesday Thursday.A

Llir'at_rwblJ.eti'' 'into:tke-war::on, the'sldeof the ;ten. .and. two-o'clock' tOmorrow.. '. when aboutthree.miles off: the Illinois the..same .authority, placards have
: As he expressedJt'1* st night, "thebour shore CaptainPjoxk directed that I been posted announcing that the Germans table full of literature. You will
i (t1e"reported action of Turkey. Av dispatch '
; tf JIa..te, is'immaterial so longs_:$.get the ship. be"... .rushed-to, "the. shore.' It : consider' Belgium a German find your magazine at Curtis & .
...,........ fweat via'aSays. < _' '- :that..}','Turkey.. .. was. Freperted to thefe.fn't. B eo\- a 'good, dinnerr'Asidefirf struck.the pier'so--,hard that the- piling province.B1GUNITEDSTAT. O'Neal's next postoffice.

'-. bite. _i"' ap''*nay!ot;|NX>,.The Romirepvrt'saidjjur-, ;: their.' prominence 'as Was. torn.'down and .the plaster :was

kiya4 wllfd on'"the ad vice, ;. fa: German ,officer. ,',:Field MirAR'the good ro8de'bQOIteis mAny of.the men knocked froma dwelling on the'struc ES: NAVAL FORCE
....V. d r r GO ti*. * ':; **** v- in.thypafty.are prominent' in the political ture.Hies

.. commercial ( all, of whom had
life the ,
"" :, >l+eeee IIWI oi'l. i-,oe, 'WiIi l"be"c--U'#tlimm. dia1" .Y"' .aecord_ :;. three counties aDd 'from,.which they'come.Hailing been ordered passengers'aft .1)1.) .Captain 'Pjork, WILL CONTINUEWashington AT VERA CRUZCruz

.Ing to. oItcW sa.aeeenent at Paris.: ;Preparations to defendthe : from: ,'Sarasota, Manatee were tossed about, many of them being

j...... qg '__etaiee.goesa d l,.there, ,is-.(Berrind-, county; are:Rube AUyiv Cary B..Fish,' thrown'into the:water..' Sept. 1.-(Special.)- indefinitely.

ca- .' tht eelgovsiuaent'wid soon- < -be-i established, ".atBOdeaL Oscar;,A. Burton, R..*C. 'Bruce, 'DBini6 '- asngcrs'Reauiaed' 'Calm The unsettled political contest be- Before this new evidence of Car-

The ".;laril. : t continues tonight. Every >rst;'.;IF., H. :Guenther, ClaudeHobbQ'B. 'Captain:Carland.of the life saving ranza's hostility it had been decidedto
tween Villa and Carranza and the
' : Collins,;:TJ,,Bryan, G service took:".charge of the .rescue mobilize the whole Atlantic fleet
1i : beingeMrenchedan4 : _
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; . ., W.'Fr dto, G. B: Prirn :F; H.LHel-. workHe. and Captain Pjork said.the closing of the port of Vera: Cruz by a off Narraganset. High naval officials

< tftflpt.. tattle._ aoutk'are_pouring" 'into. rF thee rinVpf:'forta de-. ves tri;?1no. F. Burke fti(Mayor:Harry passengers acted' with, remarkable decree ,of Carranza, has led to a said today this plan had been

Jet.:", "JXf r L. ; L., Higel,.Dr.Jack Holton, S. Woodward coolness, 'Women 'and' children were change; of the plan to remove the changed and there would be no hastein

.' r ... :_ cl :oa'.rteatj:: naTI tory"over.theI .C. E.:' Hitchings'and i ''A. B.fid?. given 'the'first opportunity .to read American fleet from Mexican waters, removing battleships and other

: '*L1.:*here{1-severity',tk'ouandYof j the.,czar's, Ward; 4 the. pier., Stationing,>himself at' the and'a'large force will remain at Vera .I naval vessels from Vera Cruz.
' r : of"Manatee side of the boat Captain Pjork 'shout-
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Ntl "= > - omiii:thriVing townsris represented ; was
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ti ; ,by Mayor Whitehead,;A.:D..Allen,, chiloVen, 300,000,000 FEET SOUTH FLORIDA -
...e .le ......--2-i--r---lines'U 1okadthat'they) ; ;will_ S.--'/''DAvis'andMayers'Homes.Rresentative ep-_ were safe. ,

r----.to> ---.}'.:., .,:.:" ,_ :., .1" ...r, ,, .{ . -f- representative;'while Bradentown, ia i'.the upperdetkS'when they.learned'o f
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OUTOF BRUSSE LS.: \ Fla., Sept lv-0ne of thrgest' Dowling Lumber company contem -
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ems.--A Rent from Oetenr' d lumber deals plates 'offices here and also
J Sa9t1. : ; I de- REttor'and ,Pamsh by: W.j,P.Frier5andM.P. .. when.'tlie). feft7'the'bo t. 'No''effortwas ever consummated opening
: ma.-- &usaelshaeAordered: these r to n l, ;. ..Matheson.. -= made:to.:save:;personal'effects. in Florida and one which will the installation of a large lumberyard .
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: : British subjects in Brussek .' as
. r They __'Tfe,.:only'Polk''c ntY'rep: The-City>of Chicago >was:a side- mean, much to -the shipping industryin .
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;' .-, _to the:United Sbte&" mfflister'" ; :demanding:an i Uye reaching,Oriando;:Jast night wheeler;:254 'feel" long, with, a grosstonnage" Tampa, has just been. closed'.. in This ready timber land shipment..embraces Sum-
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., ,,. ;; ; >TIe:Des OtO,county ,contingenC x this city i and.the Edge-Dowling: 'Lumber ties.. The estimated number of feet

:. ', '_-:. l II y r: ::FHOM ',WOUNDS. b1'd.. Seetti:0M'l .one of'the : :BASEBALLg RESULTS comany,' of.' Groveland. In this of'cypress is 'iOO',000OOflt, feet and of y
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'. '.}I'IIit. W- ttt- ".II" "' ; :; _It::((.woinda- . y8-" .W-ST'CittteMi.- Miss Marie St.. Louis-' tf ergrain., ;: it,.:though it .will probably be cut .in do. great things In south .Florida.They r
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'. fib .... i.:-tel.---A :Reuter.d pateh:says.. :)fieBY f is-O Ponta Gorda.D.'L..SkipL : --1-4f St.'Lords 6-2.'

':.' "J CT.ri :. : ... I:. Gr'.' -, 'HT.Griffia4.Fitsyry ': ; : .. 'Washington' 4,' :.Chicago.. ,. 5., '.Fifteenlngs. BIG PENSACOLA BANK FAILEDYESTERDAY

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:T ,'' '.' : : i... i 3' . : ". i lagthe strip aod:::retired .niBgs. ; ,Pensacola, Fla., Sept '1.TheAmerican counta. .amounted: to ((18,060,080. .C.w ..
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. a.Lv. -" ." );-A tl. ,rir.la.---.a-.J..ft..laW'-: aft .sapper;bstRttbeAUjrn'had jastb "- 'CWogo:0,-Indianopolk' c' :4.. closed'itadoori.today: after, a run and M4 E.'Clark"eaeiner.: s a"

".. ., ",", '".. .. .,'...' H i8ree0' ffiiL"the. .day. 'and at. an"early::hour. 'm;;Iaase-Ia.s-'" : "; iiii.f ' w ;,
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.. .... .... .Batjefen' ',.., the:owrtrW. .rf.the,tM. ::aftWjii: iMMiflgand -- ,t 1._..;ten-' LABOR DAY EXCURSION TO. is the kind you want. Where to get
The .....J huf. portieo of this-railroad. d by;GerBMny 'jai tfcan,. .ever.1VOOB __ '.: DAYTONA BEACH it? ThaVs: easy, phone 636. W. T. '.
..> to the Bbdc c1iK ',breaks. .the ymo3t 'important,. 4' I' . ,': Entrican. 1-20-tf
d by..Ituiria end Rou- strategic: link between<, Egypt' and ; :FOR:SALE <*': Bus leaves Orlando Sunday, September
f\ ':' : eBrtr,, .rho Sion nride 'I\e..swrtiern .pa aa led East India:, So long as!--this link:'is For: ; the aeath"of?:August- I will ,,tu ; 6th, at six-thirty Number a. m.; re of

:. y Hr. Unieman..ii.the over..Turkiafe; raflroftda'to. ,"Salo'nib out-;-bf'-British,.hands,:;neither_Egypt.J< sell strand; at,.my and farm oak,:at pine$LOO at 85; also cents some per passengers ning)1ondayevening.limited'to ten. Fare $3.00 have Don't Entrican wait for, the every painter one In town before to
off: << =aN a for Dnitod,.States, and tJ.8' Aegean sea;on Ha own;territory nor. the. British 'colonies- : in ,Africa are saw logs ch ap., i lA.:Hodges, R. 1, : round trip. Don't delay only ten you try. Am too busy to look you
!* :Bt toatiia: ,. :But,Uiis road'was: diatelybleekedby i secure against 'German ,and ,Turkish Orlando.. 7-30-lm I can go. See Morton.. Jones" and secure up. Phone 636, and I jZIIbe on thei.20tf
: J i the 4afly paf i are'faH .of,more Italy;and:;Austria. In order aggression. a ticketMORTON- JONES& SON. Jo k ....
,: ,.' 'f erieeei .... .., ..e.Jl t 'to,' -reach" ;the.AcIri ,;Se inaa' goodsmast France is.deeply involved ins'the moneyonreale&ate We insure your life at, and 6 'per loan'cent you 8-25-tf "
': ii i w rf tk.. hM pMUttdi,eompWrIpMiw ; .pass over the. ,.,rough,and steep- fated: of Russia by loans 'of millions interest ,Guarantee Life&:'Loan. Co.. ,
.. j 9ta7 ef the' fudasntaltb . BMffikain rod of.Mont negrn;"a very of ,francs..' :It is" true' that ,French Curry -Building- .Tampa, Fla.v W WALDECKER. FISH MARKET WOOD! WOOD! WOOD!
tt H ... ,......... ar.lleee.. .' .lediras'aad:tmprofitaWe. :undertaking. bankers haye'alSo.. invested'money in S-26-d&wtf: One door"206 south Boone of Hammond-Bunch Street
It.1 Seer.. ...., r ,.scattered. .' -" 'tbroaghc ., ra :It'.-c-:was- 'either,'**choke or i fight for German enterprises, even'in,the Bag- Shrimp Wednesdays 'and Thursdays.' Excellent Core Pine Wood Supplied
..'mweietigrIN: clumsily:col- Servia t ,'.and she chose"tochoke, fight.jag dad railway. But the Russian investments : Always large asosrtment fresh and
f! .. war JUpitftiff.Jwe" .reports rather,than.unre sting.t of the'French bankers and 'G.CIaSet salt water fish. 8-26-3t in any quantity

if to. the tf. td; ,'that';;.Ruaaia,' England, Rght ,was_ .indeed the. more. promising bondholders outclas sail others among -
: J Trtafce Wa te i ii 'alternative for her t because If'Russia is defeat OSTEOPATHYDR.
B .lfifflB. w < 'Germany.4, ; ; : foreign powers. : Killer Will I SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE
It and Awtria';fesrvioietaag: ,'seme anti fight of Austria against Servia means ed, it can not pay the. interest on its l
Gent treat. +es'aM: .that Germany:and a'".r'of Austria against.Russia.''.The French obl gations.' In fact, eves now RM STRANDS OR MORE
i{ ":Austria, prefer: ''tM..IIID charges dream' (Russia'has'been and .still;is French.bankers are paying the,interest '" J. C .HOWELL -
Ii agaifist-. c '*tfce-e&er ce triea.* "' >No" 'doubt- -' the(rapture'of,' the 'Straights i ":of the ',on their own, investments- ; and Your. house.of-all insects.. Hours, 1042,34, and by appointment

(' ,s. ;.aatual. ..., ;..charges.. -are- -,, -true, all Dardanelles" from Turkey,.i i order to charging Russia tup with additional. . Np'extra oil -charge for house treatment ELDREDGE BARLOW
'J 'ii; RL' 'tj-i- ''''>S keep;this passage' out''oft the Black debts' But if Russia can'defeat Ger: Vwlr$'Se. Galtofl.$1.80 "Telephone l connections
'w e'aIio: ..',aete tJ ai'-ever)ruler: of sea:open for Russian commerce to theMediterranean. many and Austria ands gets control ofthe Office cor. 1.Oranee and Central Ares Telephone 375
'thewarrg. : cdeatries-, ,'-:every,;chief., of; .. A-victory of.Austria 'strategic points in the Balkans. .ForVsale'by South Street, near A. C. L
t,< .the lid..,.every. ]prffliler mingwml ',over Servia.would.mean,the.,sopreBttacy and in.. the northern' part of Asia ''?" If you want::your bicycle fixed in
::. h Ii..I ;'ice" ,eery claims'to'be act'i : : $ria over the;Balkans and Minor, .the French investments will ClrrllkrsA:: Gore. a hurry take it to Warman's Repair Tracks
_ .'iBi 'm" Weiee'afEuropen: civiliza-- t Austrian'control of the Bosphorusand be comparatively, safe. A defeat ,ol', Shop. 12-5-tf. 9-1-lm
n ft- 'ton,-1.-r., .. 'ac ,.,and.. -,prosperity.for .1 the.Aegean1. se u 'For this reason' Russia now,would be tantamount to a
1 .? doBbt' tkie;.claim. -.;is untrue.. i I the cause.of Servia is 'the :cause :of complete.loss"of this:;French money.-I
;.' U ..ar w i. ';--- .*w- - Russia.. .Aside from :this reason,, for the IMiiMMIMMMMMtlMIMMMiHiltlMMMMiW.M.SLEMONS__ __ .. 'IIJleC1I1HI1IJUI
1 -' 'The;preeeat European'war; is. the. ,.Austria's lly,'G r nany, Is'also;the French alliance with Russia, 'there is
_ j', legitwate child of the diseased Status industrial aid political aMy of Turkey still the old desire for' revenge and I
'Quo')8; a Balkan 'peninsula. This against Russia. Germany's: 'industrial for a recapture of Alsace-Lorraine,
l .d.ate bed. 1 States has for its true par- interests in Asia'Minor, Mesopotamia, and the French colonial interests in V :
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;1 '. the prleeeaty business'system; I and Persia have been grpwiug"stead- west,, and central Africa are .alsothreatened ,
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1.- .'. ;The. dipkfliats'of Europe. for.a centwy -- ily, until 'they have, 'overshadowed. by 'Germany, the same as I
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-,:have. .attempted- .the- impossible.. ,. those of Russia and England in that the. British.. .:t>-' .
9: ,!' .They have per uded themsehree: >that part" of:the world:; Especially..the Germany's naval growth has also
#hey an d v4ep'.their'own;national- Bagdad:railway, from-.the: 'Bosphorus been a cause for French and English .
I j:, wer;oa' the;fleldofrdaetry: :, and to; the Gulf,,of Persia midway through envy, and there are other minor .
i .,: .and 'aftie'fame time:stifle;a Asia Minor is.overwhelmingly in the causes that.have led England, France ) '
Ii ;..lrt,4..pinirot erf.',the'lesser'&>,' control 'of German bankers who,: and Russia! together against Germanyand > : (
> tieeK,}'='N :hamaa' development :all through it; hold the'whip;hand over I Austria. If they'can beat these i if
:ewr:tiui;V giobe';is.'organi ally interwkted. the':Sultan of" Turkey. Both Russia two allies,- especially Germany, they : f. MEN'S MOHAIR SUITS
I) : .'The attempt:to foster;growth and England.are sore:over this condi-,. can ,remake the map,i of Europe and
\ :ia_eee part dad to.choke (in another tioji; r fwhich.,strikes"'directly',at: their: stop the .colonial advances of Germany .. ," .. : >. '
H as,i _kaw! :soy,:Ott' alt bit 1ktttiiig aaost-vital. interests in Asia Minor. .all over the,world. .'(,y...: '
-eofiiiets.and open:wars.: IK Although Russia helped to defeat the This is,the cause and the ,issue of .
y' S .* ie the'spark" tari.d'tbe" English interests in the Bagdad deal, the European war. All other claims, :L HALF PRICE FOR CASH S AT

;) .,pmtat. f ceaflagratioiL;:',:After the war and :although :RusSian interests conflict especially that of honor and human .-: .\S.. '. :'. >' .
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.,-< 'I" ,, '' o<'tbeH. ..aaBiasagaiaat Turkey. ; severely with British interests in welfare,. are mar disguises for this '
fJ Wowed. iVrwarramofig themselves, Asia Minor,. Persia, Turkestan, Afghanistan <>, naked;conflict of:business interests. : 4l ; ;
_: alt tbe 1. Balkan states secured a (; East, India, 'Thibet, and 'J.1 e"B 1kaI .cori1uct.could have been . .; "
<. ...iM' tI t. tethesetr'thsit. ;# Chifyet the control of'the".Bagdad settled. and. =to. "that extent,the cause '. );' ', / ftV.I'I-)..
.-""tl *MtraT::.:and agrfcutar products, railroad. is 'soVimperative":fori;both of for: international friction removed, --. ;:;; *" :':{r.i&:
.: r the aside,M ap:of Swvia.5 It'ns tai. that;ttey,have-sunk their other by.a'c democrafiac. federation 'o(all.the : ; ,
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; . raw s/forifae.presenrin. :i the desire -.' Balkan states. But this requires a ;
>. ;i this'.:'. ,Ittrafa .,,,rfipew_ ; .tofke'Gertnanp'-- -,to.tibe- ground' Socialist ,majority, in .those-'states, : wo MeSLEMONS: : =
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'.. t'. ;"a d)prunes-could: .not. Breach:, 1 England,managed:to,get:'ahead of Such- a'maj ritY"does, not yet 'exist ,,
.''. J tfce world.iIuzUt. wit' 'oat'fi.Paying. Germany, and 'Russia at"the Persian in any European state, but'it is rapidly : -
-.: i't-: tell.'-to'.' ..-efomjfn". "") "; ,;aatten.. .. "The.- "wayto end' '.of. ..this. railroad by'concluding, ;,'a 'approaching, least in Germany. ORANGE AVENUE :
..' '.tfce. '-,lortkacfOM,.'"" . :tiie..t"Danube,.andover tree- .with _the'Sultan.of Koweit r ,'one This, is an additional reason .
:" }i .:. :, .the'.AttBtro-Huigarian.raflroada. .. Persian gulf, which':would_be the for the sudden outbreak of:this war. .'.JIIIIIIII'lllttIlIJIIII.l.IIIIIIIIIII', : *tN"..' ftJ" .;. ;'
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: Jt: =:': tt-wtt.....: IIt1I-. .VY"*e4:.la: ; Ott.: .v.county.nxttu -. J call. out the'1914young'nlen; and' the

' :iC id .bouN. that thenM Cfrtsfca*' No. .21* .
,'. .... YI..a.ti wore ... aatf of,......-Q1IUter. aeetiovXl.fens will ba'equipPei
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Wfrt( .. aw jeilr,reialatieae be subaldtted - : ;
cart *. a4'east aatt of awtbeast .
MU gwar.ter. NOTICE .TO CB9HTOBBa
. N tile .... ten state aty Mdhe;l&tovntjfe.tt.soota.. ,,,ranat.t1
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, - ;..- .Celt' N C'.'J7,'. dated'June 3,' '1'12.A11 [ Court of the County. -Judge. Orange County. ,
:: pan .kntoft. 'l'B..a -: CraW sestisB tt;township 20 oath, 'range 27 cutaGrtr \ Florida. :)
Ko.:38. dated',Jane 8. l'1I-'W.t In re Estate of Thomas WU: tJI.
, slid, atrttwy, ? f*.-of Ue Stete half ef awtheast'qaarter and norihwest( 'qaar- To aD. Creditors Legatees ,Obtributeel'and Armies War
",l Florid., ..., five, :notice ter aad awrtk bs),:section M,..townikv.,.2 G. all Persons having Claha or Demands man at -11
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27 east; :, -
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Cert 'No '42,'dated Jnae 5.. 1>12:" North.nest.gnekt .You, and each of you are hereby notified
- GIIIDAL.cnOlt.ltj. of northwest Quarter.and south and required present! any 'claims and demands Pathe
wffi;be Md fa Mdi tmmty itfcy fNOY half.:ofnorthwest quarter and ,Joutheest, which yon,or either of you may have Semi-Weekly, always up to the J
M a. mtmSte :quarter of .....west quarter and west ballot against the estate of Thomas Williams, deceased minute."A
k NbS r, A, D..1914. the :.......... :charter, :section 2, :township. ,21 late of Orange county Florida to the .
:r I.... a.. 27.-east', ; ." undersigned executrix 'of said estate within. .
beblgtbe 5 I 'Cert,No/,48, dated June 8, 1912AU'i&. two years from the date hereof. .
THUD DAY' OF,.,NOVBMB8Krwhrtit ; else.Vtownehsp 21 ecsta, ruse 27 east Dated July SO., d
: I Cert..' Na;44.'dated Jane S, M2 AUs c- ELF WILLIAMS.
fw.i ti ,'tyj ,Of doe 4." township 21 south.range 27 east . 8-Mtw-8wks _; Wayward Daughter"A

tridsiadm jt It" i prepoaagto o ce t',No. :4V dated Jane 8. 1912: Sooth ..

its .,tie CoM tution, oft ht&-section, .;5,,.;township. '21 south ,range 27 "-
east';"
.&*.** of lIoriIJI;! .; '.Cat N .'4'1,'dated June 3, '1912:' North'24 II STD'S SALEUnder Vitagraph special in two parts

U. ,=;A .Jt. &'I J.. II&., ..: ehaJM of,west 44 chains' section'6;:township c and'by virtue of 'decree.of foreclosure ,
n. II sooth,: '2T east :.
Norma
range
'ulvv-eat."fo section 3,1112 and sale rendered by the Honorable featuring Talmadge and Von Dyke
aa Cert Na.48, dated Jose : AD.fru. '
James W. Perkins. Judge of the Seventh Judicial
*1(8)i-OfUtWeeiPt'(8)jof: :tM heal sectioa 7..township. 21 sooth, range 27 Circuit of the State of Florid; sitting Brooke. A truly beautiful
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Cooitotion.of.tfct StateefMoride; ', All 'P. b Chancery.for Orange-County ia a certain
No. 4t, dated Jane S, 1912: ,fractional
MUting. -e 4fJftM: u&r'-. e rs.9A ,. :., .,; r section.,,$.*-.township. ..21 oath,-range 27 State cause pending Bank .of in Orlando said ;Court a corporation wherein The Ia
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v complainant and Willet Groover and Irma
the:State IHoiMt:; >:- ;""' -- 'Cert:'No.; '60, dated Jane'8. 1912:.AU fractional 1L Groover are defendants the undersigned "Wa of Sin "

That., ifce::Wkwinf:.aneadmeat; to : section, 9, township 21.south, range. 27 as Special Master in Chancery, will sell to es
east ,
... ax:;(6)),:of:artiek:eight.,(8)), Cert No. n'datedl.' '' S.' 1912: AD fne.tionsl the Court highest House bidder door in for Orlando.cash in Florida front, of during the

ofihe OoMtitiition ;of5tM3"'*=ofbe section- 10, township'. 21 south range 27 Uneexia the legal hours of sale on A Kalem drama another

JIort1, is hs>ft16y 1 :Ud shell .. L0' MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7,'1914, splendid
.. ML-- dated Jane S,'1912 AU (leu
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; 'of'the : the mortgaged property referred to'; in said
rebmitted>> te the esteiors, Lot>> 1) .section 11, township 21 south, range,. Biscuit decree, to-wit: picture.
state: at the t swri ActioB Tto ;be 27 'eaet" " -' : The northwest quarter of the southwest

Md 'en.the. fblNtTuesdayiitNoYei- -- Cert No.,44.'dat4d Jane 3. 1912:.An'part an.surreyed quarter ofsection tea (10), township twenty. *

ber,1.,A,-' D.::m4_ tark'4diACSition..'.orrsjKtion :of :section' 12.. township. .21 Tempt the appetite, ty (22) south of range twenty-nme (29) east
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t ' loath range 27'eastCert please.the taste and less one acre square in the northwest corner
: ": t 'h fi No .56, dated'Jane .. Ill!:.All (1 less "In the Nick of
thereof situate, lying and being in the Countyof Time-
9.. T i'UaW t1 'M iJ nourish :':
\ e. east half' of northeast Quarter) section .13, the body. Orange and'State of Florida. Terms.eaab.

fer the,"' :bJ_tM gnali' township 21 south range 27 east :friestonal Crisp;clean and fresh i's Purchaser to pay for titles. .
Cert No.'64;dated Jane S; 1912 AU -
.% C eJeeten meeek' countJ. Of the fol.; -section14, township 21"tooth,..range cents.. Special FRANK Master' A.in SMITH.Chancery. A Biograph comedy. Nothing better.
officers A clerk of the ' '
lowing eontf. : 27. east- ... Massey ft Warlow.
drout"eewt,'a'skeriff. ;constables,'a Cert No. S7.dated Jane S.-1912: AU'fray Solicitors.for Complainant

eo 4y' MMof; taxes, a';tax eel-: 27 bona eat.,section. .. li,,,;.'tqwnth... 21" sooth, range FIVE big reels of the best picturesyou j

" lector/a'nperintendent>f of:public la- Cert No. 88"dated Jane 8, 1912 f AD fraeJonai laroaetBiectiit

attraction and a:county sarayor..Theterm section,'c 23,:.township .21 fsouth, range NOTICE OF ELECTION'To ever saw.

>of office of:aIL cwinty. officers n.aIt.Cert .- ; ..
dated'June L'1112 frae- ,Round, thin, tender
No. M, : AU .
nntio&ed in.hI MetitB,shall..DC for tonal .
leas of south .
( beg. northwest corner with
; flavorappropriate
a, delightful the Sheriff of Orange County of the
that of
county ,
ftal ,:tactft -
;lyemrt wat quarter vof-northwest quarter. run eat = State of Florida '
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" sa .. of taxis aad county;tax col- t2:chaina,'it sooth to Lake Apopka; northwesterlr : for lunch Be it Known. That I. H.. CLAY CRAW ORCHESTRA

; 'J ,.COoryk. aaH ITotected;fortwo along same.to west line of.section, eon,' tea and dinner. FORD. Secretary of State of the State of.
north to htgfaining) section .%4. township .21 Florida, do hereby give notice that
election to a
*-*? ratfl at *" gsltsnt mouth, rang 2? east : 10 cents. '
GENERAL ELECTION
-1',': .be hld k th. war A.. D.1916.; When Cert'No. W.,'dated une J, 1912': AU frae Will be held in .Orange County State of:
, wWA. .Aall,be elected tonal section 26,".tow ehip. 21 south range !-
. ., aiai after >they " Florida,on Tuesday next succeeding the first REMEMBER-That first
". 27 east. .V, /;*- ;: v-\ big release .
',for of : Monday in Normber. A. D. 1914 the said
s) tarn m ytars. Theirpow.ors Anunsnr
Cert 196, dated -nne'A 1912:
RAHAMCRACKERS .
dutief and _p Mation shall beprwcribfd ",eel part (less onomyed'part.' of northwest '. Tuesday" THIRD being the DAY OF NOVEMBER// t of the Paramount Pictures will be shownat

)J.law..The; LegiaUtaretafi quarter section,18, township 21.?;south.. For United States Senator from the State- of:
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pwride. '- law for,the care and range. 28 east ._ ,, Florida for six yean from Mach'4,., i91S. the Grand on Friday. We want you
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" Ne/MLdated Jane 1912:; 200 .
u- Representative from the Fourth Gun
fands and shall
owtody.of.all acres='unsar ged. land.ia section 19, town this in order
gressional District of the State oCFiorHa. to to see picture that '
mritk ...aetbodo porting,, and ship 21.cut range 28 east ' Made of the finest the Sixty-fourth Congress pf the, United you ap-
> wt:all:sack faada ,>; :: Cert'No. 221, dated'June3,1912s10 acres States. its value well those
{county.twtsarers electedfngeneratn unsurrered land far section' ..SO,' township'. 21 ingredients. Bakedto For Commissioner of Agriculture. : of the predate as as of a

election bent in 1914'shall oath, range Z8'.to. perfection The State of Florida. later date.5c
: ueuesd
Th.i raid land -iDe' at thevdate For Two Justices of the Supreme Cftirt d .
.hoM.offkt( for the emit'dented.. of. the issuance of such certificates ia' the national strength the State of Florida.

t :A JeW lud san t\ea: name of .Delta Canal Company.. food xo cents' For Two Railroad. Commissioners of the
.' section Unless said certificates shaU be redeemed State of Florida. .
FrO ; are ..ant to
according to law tax deeds will issue thereon
For Two Members of the House of
.:10 o( rtiek'JV, ot'the:Constitution on the 15th day of September. A.'D. 1914.. sentatives of the State of Florida. Repre- '
4 of the State;:of Florida relating to .Wteuet my official signature and seal this Buy biscuit Baked by For Sheriff.
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'tbe'appoint nat .commissioned. officers the llth'day.. 'of August A.:D. 1914. For County Assessor of Taxes. : lOciiflllillilMililMUMIMIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIitti
Seal) : B.-1C. ROBINSON
,of the Mate militia. : ( For Tax Collector.
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-- .Clerk. Circuit'Court, Orange County, Fla. NATIONAL BISCUIT For County Treasurer.
Be: :it.raolved'hy'aeaeglllaatare: : .
: .By M A. HOWARD D. C. For Five County Commissioners.For .
Of.the Hate'of,Flodda: -,. ;a .> ; COMPANY Three. Members of the County Board _
,NOTICE '
Thal.the oUwinfjaMBdaaeDt toaiitutkm' of'Public Instruction. ,
: '- '"::1hraitlefe ; t,1l <:Coi ; ..... ,.. !II'f- ,Fox\Justice of the Peace in and.for the fcJloving4 I.!
'The'following'named persons being the rePuted Always look for that Name, Justice'Districts,.ris. : -
: of; the State of Florida ;is .;oftera of the property set opposite No. 14 I t I'lll
fcewbv ted 'to 'and' ahaH?be'ibr namesare"' hereby;notified that it U_ proposed No. 16.
="mitted'to the e1e tin ef the state foe 'to-rincrease the assessment on"'their No. 20. I I

J. .:crap.rejection M the'held gen rcBpectiTe,D.,A. Cheney.-lot properties 1 for,.Bit 1914'N.u Concord follows. ,:Park DELAY: IN .LETTERS TO FRONT No.For Constable 22. in and for the following Justice t I S ll[ [ Winter rarKt C
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kenafter -
astis to _
; :Ji add. from 1200 to 250. Districts vii: -r.. t
that:,section 16: ;.of _artide;IV.;' "Jao.'JI.'CheDq. Iota 2 to 13 Block N.'Concord Paris, Aug. 31.-The'delay in,delivery No. 2. .<: I ,
Psrk from'%,000 to S2.500. No.1. t
be amended MM to read as follows; .
of letters addressed to dispatched
Joe Cheney lot 14,'Block Concord or No. 10. t
N. Park
,The Goreroor ? OUest and l Beautiful
Section 16.: shall a$ 1290, to $260.c r* by French soldiers in'the fieldis No. 14. College. Grounds in Florida
sill eooiniiawaed officers of the EW1aM..Overetmt.tots: l'to 3. Block A. No. 15. .
etatetauffidieg.'anadiutantgeneral; Chamberlain Sub;, hem'$100 to$1.600.. partly due to the fact that this,correspondence No. 20. t College, Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Arts Domestic
the ,with rank ofbo'ahaUbe .!:ala M.' Orerstreet. lots ,1,- 2. 8; 8, 9 and No. %%. ,
for state ; is free.
10 Block B?C C. Park. from $1.200 to $1.500 .conveyed, Many, In Testimony Whereof. I have here into : and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Course.
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brigadier ."woeral'. .chief Clara,-S.. HamWin lot 14, BIk., B, ,Edge :poor women write daily to their sons setmy, handand, affixed the Great Seal of.the I Twelve buildings, steam heat electric lights fire
of Mat, Tke dutiei and:compeneatien water Terrace from. MOO to $800.. '. State of..Florida at Tallahassee the Capital, protection -
'of all oflioera ao. appointed shall ,J.' a" WonsJey. lots .1. 2,' 19 and 20 BIL r.J uS d8.in'"the hope. that out of this the twenty-fourth. day-of- Angost A., D"1J14. fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dol..

be aa fixed by law:':The terms of,of* C; Edgewater. Terrace from 1.800 to $2400.Annie .- eight or ten letters one will be. received Jar endowment. Three teachers of music $5,000
L. .Kinball. lots 21.. to .27 ,inc. in (L S.) H. CLAY CRAWFORD. 1 ; organ,
fee lot all commissioned j officers+ of Fair Oaks and Ivanhoe from $2,400 to $;800. : By doing .this'they are in Secretary of State. 1 a dozes pianos, two Glee Clubs chorus class. Superb
the .orfaniied militia..shall',be con ,.Orlando" Water and.Light to., lots 1 to JInc. To J. F. Gordon Sheriff Orange County. I I829.lcL new
tiawn dwiftt tfce:'pleasure'}of?the in:Fair- Oaks- -and iTanboe from Sl. OO to reality. merely complicating"matters... ,. . I rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New '

(Jotertoe weet 'to' aoeh laws:. as $1,300. It I chemical and physical laboratories with
; i. ;< Hixaheth and.Jesse Welch.lots, L '7.and II equipped every,
may be t.r..t.. %Leinfl.atareprovMUt 8,'''BIk. C. Grannies 'and Sperry add.,'from I I modern'device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water.
f rettremeat ,forge 87SO to 12.000., ? ,
etb- pw1eN. 'Grannies'* 'Sperry 'tot* ,2, 8, 4 and i. : Preparation for engineering course.
BIk.. C, Granniss. a: Sperry add. from $1.600to ABSOLUTELY M VERY LATEST
H A Joint fcsTslillmiPropolbf 88,000. MUSIC Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football,

an saiw1 eat;to 'section Wm.Deaa. S%'of W 1M ft'lot, Gould's, Christian, but undenominational; expenses moderate.
1 of ardeet V. ef the: Constitution. add. frcis 1600 to 900. f I
the ,-. Gid..Dean.:N% of W'106 ft lot.9. Gould's II I Scholarships available. For catalogue address
la Jusldstj
tiDe add.',from $tOO .to.$900.'. .
.. Can be found in our stock at all times. It''
Be it the:Legislature ,
by
r em ,
.. .Annie S.' Rowland, lot 1 Harrison's add. '
of th" State efWotiaa: 'S- L ,. "Lucerne".from $18,000 to 20000. WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN
Thai the roflowmf amendment to Linnie:W;Lewter; lots 6, 7. 8, '9 and.10Ketchum you; wish to have the songs that are popular ,

sectio. ? 1 ef artide.V.of:.the Con ti- I2.4W. ft- Needaam'i' ..add ,from- $2400,;to Ph. D LL D. President ,
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tation. is,hereby agreed'to ;"ad:;Shall r CS.-J.. Welling; W14' lot"-1 Gould's add.from in.'New York and. 'Boston right NOW
be proposed and .submitted! the $&00 to 900. .'. : 11111'111"'IIIIII IIIIIIIII'IIIIIII"IIIIIIII
,
electers of the state for approval .G.-I..JskiDa. N. 90 ft of W 90 ft of Jot l'
2. BIk. 5,-Pojmter's add from $1,400 to $1, 50:
rejoctkin at the next general electionbmesf&er Wu. Smith Wry lot ( all lot 7 and Ej of '
that la to say said section NH lot 8-BlL. ..22, Reid'.,'add.' from $7.500 ; HI . , tm
1 of slid article shall amended, 80utolpaaa to*$10,000. :' .
follows Blanch W. Mafett'Wl44' of KV lot &, BIk..tt.Reid' t t
,' :..,,1L ..' add from $$,600 to-$6;000.: ?
\ :The:judicial!'power ,,01 Mrs: S.' E.' Wilmott Tremont Hotel prop.' GRAND VIEW
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the stsfe shall.be.vested in a supreme .'erty Reid' add. from $18,000 to $20,000.: r
tort,.cireoH. courts,' court:record; Eula M.; Overstreet E. 49 ft lot. 1.. Bit
; 25 Reid' add. from $3.600 to $4.000. AND WATCH OUR FILES''AND SHOW, WINDOW I
of Escimbsa criminal f courts.county .
: county: ..Wm,; Smith, lot 1 (less E. 49 ft.) Bit.25; ... ... "
co.tit county,judges and justices Reid's add. from $4.200 to $&800. -

.fit the'.peace "and,;such: other Chas. Rock' lots (less S. 60 ft) 1 and 2.
Annie M. Flanni D.. lot $ and part of lot ..
free;tine to' time ordain Newest and
may < most hotel in
up-to-date
; 4., Bft. 36,:Reid's add.'from $4,000 to $4.200
". The Legislature' may Harry:E. Hand. 'N 150 ft lot 4, BIk ,JJ W. S. BRANCH
:ianda' .compensation of.the Reid's add.-from.$1 to $2,200:: '. ". ,

.l jadgee:of,..,the.severalcourts ..Mary L., Rekhard, lot'.''Q" Starkey's' .2d Canton. Situated on Academy Heights..
add.:from $ &eO to .$4,000.' .
but no court. heretofore eatabtit6edtanderte Kar7-Raleie..,..lot t'R" SUrker's 'add
: '.:;CoMtitutkHi andlaws from $3,500 to'$3,800.' The Arcade tak nl ink Store Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River

of:Florida shall be'berebyAbolwith: Dr.,E.:T. Akeni"lot,7 B. F. Starkey'a add.
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*"- ' from,$2800 tos$3,000.v : .
\ ,M,.. G. R.;Newell R. F..Starkey'a 2d add. Valley. One of the finest views in Wes-
The Votes .eait'kxooapliance from $!.&eO to $3, 00.Mrs. .-..
said propoaed amendments,:'',and ',the F, Beardall, lot 9.B .F. Starkey's, add. t '

canvass,; 'dedaratioBS, 'and'.returns from $3,000 to $5,200.Nen ': ; ,tern North Carolina.

Hereof;shag: be::subjected to the. from st400 B.'Haskins.,t42,600.lot 14, etc. Starkey's" add. '

ume.regttleasandrestr'ictiens; as .Wm. Brittain.. lot. 24 StarleT add.;from ram ond& I
are provided by Iaw.for general elec. $ ,&ocr to $..oeo. .
; \tiona in the State of Florida.;' ; d Williams Jno.; T Fuller estate'lota 4 to 11. Story a. GoreFtlttAl ( .
add from
$10,000 to $11.000. '
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto i
Richard DeHurtell., lot 16 Benedict' sub.
"Set> my hand :aad:aftied 'the drr. add from $1.400 to $1,500. .' i MRS. J. R. McFADYEN

Great Seal ef the State ef Florida, atTsfiabassee Horace' Self E H tot J'aB lot 4. Smitt's UlECmS ANI EMIALMttS.. ,
sub. add.:from $i,elo to.$2.000.- "
,', the: capital, ;:thk .the
T.: P. 'Warlow. vacant Jot.Irat"E of his
twenty-fift day of'Jsir,.A.,D.,'1914. residene' ..
add.:$600 to $650 CANTON N. C.:
(Seal) ? .H."CLAY, OlUWFORD Fredt;,Walker residene'property near Judge Kit REAL VALUES .l1Ml rIIiCES 6-2o.d&w. ,
;.: s. ;;,3etteatyef State; WarlowV'from' $!.8 O. to,200::, "
C.E. Graham; the White lot in. Lake Lu- iiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiMMiiiniiMi
7.80.1tw-3m.' ; .
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: eerae from $2,500 to $2, 0fl.- COMPARE _
j,... The City"Councfl ;will eonveee1nSp eeiil -------.
,;NOTIC& CBaWTOtfl
TO
=' Session on the llth day of Septteber,-1914 at
; the Council Chambr'M. 8:o'clock a., m. for
1of
u ''.tie ,Cssatr. .,. Jo'stateIB :- .' wepsrpose':of,:hearing,any one',:who may OUR FURNITURE JOHN B. STETSON' UNIVERSITY
:
l1vrid"L. ( '. : : .:., F appear and object to the proposed increase. of, : ,
,n:.ti.:of.I'I.PMri. ..' n.. .-.. ha,,her'or their._t: ':. .. UHCOlll HUtlET, Ph..D., tilt.'D., U. D., President
ft ai CreKista TwitMafl ,' & t... g.4 By order of tfc..Ci y zcouil:
'Ptxxos- swsac.>CWeaa ot*>:.n.udI September. .:1,.1914<,,. \ ., % ,- We provide tot qoftli Df farnitere # Sw6lieg THE- REST SCIlOOLFOR YOUR CHILDRENSend
a.sastsaU. sViete* ' :K' : :; : CABL JAN8BN.. :. been accepted by,knowing.,farmitare. bayen.' sftketoodawdof _
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Tea,-and each e<.yin,:ate herthy dwelled _. (StiOlak"Itpga.t.heieasg"ta'the" -, them to Stetson. Fall Term_ Begins Sept.ns5.
twit. If aiarticteii kwe :k off
and aced. JIO -..MMsWHs f ...'ABQ:her'' .> : ;it : ,' '. '

M... 'wMyo4r0 ... .tt, : .. :fSeittd It w. Mn't be bore we it., wi-. ,w...'dike: 40 University Professors and Build Instroeton College College of of,Law Liberal Art _

..... 1M.estate ., X.,'Lecea9.de FWai.Imriek, :aaiwstiNees- '" Wi point too ctakr-it. is aaw...ltanndrtienfit ..1edis 'M'Aere Campus .' College of,Technology
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of,Ona. ,to ; 469 Student Lad'Year' of -
tlae .",ift\l....'t..........',..t.::side bwatneee. atnd tbaarfallal i ....Wady.,..: sue.,9Bndewmut College Preparatory Batmen Academy

tais. .ft hat eoc'ytar. hem tic elate teal' N/3r Tw"cMis, |10. W-Pip Organ School of Mechanic Arts
Da4e4-:Awwt. C. A. a:1 U' _j.::.. < U Large Laboratories for Science School of Music

!tj' MA1T PAT1ICK..". : Untarpassed, General. Equipment School of ,Art'
.. ,--- ,' tom: MWlUI. : h .Normal Fire
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dletulRb teparateDormitories for young men and young "wotnea.. Careful administration
TAMN4ii a' 1 QI."_ '. t.. ..-* .- _.and thorough sapcryUion.. Chiistian and not sectarian teaehiog. .
.. .. .,' :... For catalog or newt, for information,or for room reservation address ,

VK* tte wMlnisjsM msatte ML ;" : :; 'fr f...;: .. ':. : : :9! '
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.:..: GOTl. Ot,'TtAJOIlU J 8U18. . 1 I. _. '_ e1dii5M" 'a*- 'a'.,"stoek .
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: 1. :' 'ADDRESS. TO' FARMERS- .. i;aiEgiH.t"&tate.;: } > '
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. --.: -\ff W..D. >" BNMB. -- .): r' .;"f- .. -. ----:, I ; ,.tom that lswfil"not be'ouidmd :

;..fii' the mtt' .r.with the"edtseebil -. L .Talkhawee, .Fla, .fiept,"'i.-Goyer-'I :'improper'for me :to suggest and,urge :

:itt. of tke.Ta. pi'liaaef yet: nor.Park-Trammel today.issued the 'upon' the.people of Florida who own :

rMni* IgMr s l1rSL terday:BaoraiBg:iartead::of .the art_, following.,address to the: ; farmers:of ,or-,coatrol land' that;they proceed at :

.. ," oafoan', of ,,DY+icy::aad interestiag"Serna r Florida once. to arrange for the planting and I
,'-" ...... .:" 'From;'.the State :Press,"';:we cultivation, as extensive, fall food
4 .-.<". I 7_ ..... .::i .....-....... .. .... ;' To the Farmers of .Florida:-:The { -aseil' NW[
,-"'.'.....', ,':: .: !" :'! _' !'UIJIiiIIj" had.(Mshed,up to"us:a, column J length _t. .European war has furnished crops ,circumstances.will per ARRIYALS-J.
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.ti. "LJI. letter from>Punta :"Gorda- aboat how : mit, to the end that, regardless of the
thpeople' 'of/Florida lesson
..... 1 ..... !...... .;...... ....-! .t' 'J ' a to
,4 ..':.... ;. the :drommers ;fool the, alHy. girls. which I. ask the. privilege. of calling duration.of-the great European war, .
,,-r. .....( 1.T"&f.-. . .!'!..-:1M: Ceae. .home. .,. ,LambrighU.... We, mica. your attention. there may.be',an, abundance of such ::..
;. ; "j;' ;'! ;''' '''' : \ '" ,
t'f, ,"" c1 1eu., The: whole world' is produce raised by, our own people for
;; f' : now suffering
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't3-\ { \.i.: :. ., ...:.cAl..: I.Th'.. .I I from the inflated prices""of'foodstuffsresulting home consumption and. for sale in
; ... ';: sOW'" '..".::....::.. ., ...' .-;"........> ,5e : -' from the other'markets. Such activity is bound }
.' .\:. ; ?e1wr rt IIII& M lrld Y-M lilt hiws demoralization of
... . .... -.ysa'New'-York: : to, redound to the material financial
. 'r\ .... aI s s 8d J a:s. ; city streetcar the :war.

..,oli'. :!;.M1.... Iltatt d...p. ..IIU......N./..'Nit. I.aM1ris it ". :;jumped,the track:and,ran.into'as 'The' people of Florida have in their advantages:of our farmers and to be.
-"J.1"f"t........... ...tM .4iab. aMri eet car' because the motorman had hands all the facilities for of great benefit to all our citizens.
='.' : '. ... necessary .
fa.. _. : .
This
-- an nncoBtrollable ;thirst; .If one',of all of, their verb important matter is sub-
i' : ..... 'Tbe,Satfetl ... : supplying own needs andthe
. ', .1..NiC ..", tM offict ta:writing assw those 'big ..Jacksonville, street cars needs' { hundreds mitted for the serious considerationof
o of thou
r'c t. :-iM '01:........_. o...... it,wfflV .. many 'all
j .wlbMai J si tilt 'rtf-Jar'robterfftkm. nto.M4I ever;;jumps the: track on, West Bay sands of other people in almost all : Floridians interested, directlyor
s. ':;;' ..* :Mtfe-.'to:-.itep. .,'hfr ..' ...- street where the.salooasare- :so'close articles,of food and in'meat products. indirectly, in fanning or I fruit Day by Day we are
: : together, it will not. stop by:running. Florida has unsurpassed facilities growing, in the confident belief that it
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fJ t' l WAY-:: :.. ,,c:SBPTEMB c'are. 21.14, into_ one saloon, it" is bound to' enter, for supplying the nation with fruits .opens 'the surest and easiest way toan .
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: :.-. f: ;oreight.aad: 'the motorman will and vegetables, and our people, it is increased .prosperity and happiness receiving shipments

"' Oysters 'h-F ,,. have a big jag'on-' before he .gets, out- true, are annually improving' these .
t. l of the-wreck. :PARK:TRAMMELL, Governor.
;, '. ( opportunities.
_ 'i. .: : .. for
.... 1'{/yoocaii:; '. tell light' opera,'from On the: other hand, Florida has vast .av ,'- our
.':" :. t.'h*rt.variety, ;try it:on the'scales.liryFioyd'has . .It :rib.,a 'good time to recall, the, undeveloped advantages and resources ? "REFUSED".
> ,1 : r words-of: Thomas. ,Jefferson, written :which ought to be'turned to ';'Refused Notice." Every editor

,- : ,> : | ; .ruri; out'.of any- over: a, century and a '_quarter ago rrofitable ,account in the productionof has received them. The,postmaster
.- ::.tkisg-. .to?write, 'about:and now he. is Teace and.friendship with all ''mankind enormous staple crops and.in furnishing sends/them to the editor.. For instance ::, FALL TRADE.
.tJ': :writ' g, bout< v HerbertFe11Ee1: ._ is our'wisest policy, and.I wish a very large portion of our there is a man by the name of

L { \1' '_\ o -. m stay. be permitted. .to pursue. 'it.r .." nation's meat supply. John Blank'who refused to take his

... ); >>. :i:, ',The goads"between. here and.Ber, ..aaa, Florida's farming industries are in paper out, of the postoffice. He did
'\ f'tow:are:not nearly'so dusty.since thegeed.side :Ex-Senator Clark' "of Montana lain their infancy as compared with what not want it any longer, and we won-:

: j ,, .- .boosters 4 came over them. Paris with_ is family;and'says' heiatends : I they will be when our people fully dered what was the matter. Upon investigation Jushto:,hand are deliveries

-' '"< :feet: +t:the"dust. became, attached to to stay .there notwithstandingthe 1 develop the state's possibilities.. of our subscription bookwe
4 ,, "" '? \u. and ..asks.thy not?** We We have the climate and the soil found that John was short $5.70. '

> '.J. '1; '., . .0 : imagine. the .senator's statement and and the labor. We hope the transportation He stopped the, paper.as. a matter of ofNEVI ./.
;.f"{;:fA$; The 'dermaia'have'p -Qm &d.not tog question, were both>given* out: before .facilities and the markets and economy to'is.. One evening we wentto : -
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'. ;' j des ''aBJ;woiks"of art,:but :if..kstmghf there:was any danger' of .another. could produce sufficient for our needs church and John's melodious voice

;, "- 's dutches' are 'to- be belieyed siege for, gay,'Paris., When. the. Ger and a surplus for other markets. Yet rang out loud and clear in that soul
'
-whit"they:>d14:to 'September Morn man guns begin to,drop some,of those the people of Florida annually par to stirring song, "Jesus Paid It All." We
,
., rs. ".. -1... a"plenty:, big bombs in the vicinity of the Chateau other sections hundreds thousands might have been mistaken, but his SILKS /H;
\:_ _" '_ 'Petit ,Bourg that the family' is earnestness impressed 'The next -
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., .I 'O . :; of dollars for: foodstuffs for man and us.
:. ;: ; ,The'Sesitiee1:, bet only carries -the occupying,' they will probably wish least: day we sent him a receipt in full,,

1. T"" ,. 'J,..moat:',__pl, te">telegraphic service of they wen back in Butte or'some other The European war has aggravatedand begging his pardon for not knowinghe '.
tI ';;may i ;',da-ly/in.\Ae' : stateoutside the Montana city. emphasized this situation. Our had made arrangements for his in Blacks and Colors

!f: ..'. lteg ir cites;'bat tarries all,the local *' * i people are paying exorbitant prices liabilities in that manner.Exchange.
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:...- : .i...".l''."... et the". :city first:ha,. d to the'peG- ; They tell of, ,a 'Jacksonville man t-for- provisions which they can grow at.
.' '_pie of Orlaado)' who's' seriously ill for some. time:home. The war indefinitely
may ;,
< 1'; ..-:'*' r 7'' -. '.0. and'. it, was said 'of .him that he -remaineoV prolonged. and prices continue to advancer ititlHtHltllltltltnttfDepartment. . I THESE<*, SILKS ARE SOME OF THE

r 'C, ? X- ,The'.Gi* mane are*,winning,'?but. it isfdeslstfdlif .J'several. days at:death's.... door-, ,- -' -N v : ; .
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..:". ; -they: are.:,winning:all "the" j His wife'remarked to a neighbor that The wealth of..the state of'Florida; .McCUrlOCU'S VERY LATEST THAT THE MANUFACTURERS

i:' ,_. IN:f:repented,.from,. ..', Berlin '.by-'.!the_. 'reason 1- -of it probably, was- because. r.will be'increased by many; ikions i of'
."i.. ?,1e.toSeyeviUe,.L; I.{ >The.Brit- |he :Was'having his usual trouble In:i dollars and the independence.and Vel-' OF LYONS, FRANCE
t. i. h,'j ieh,ar.oiliCe says the Berlin- reports. I finding the key hole '

1.are'.: > ''vOid, ..of;"trath.>. *--'" * I- Store DESPATCHED BEFORE THE DECLARATION .
0' Some ,one has discovered a method son,now so forcibly before. them and .

The"Sondey morning _Tampa ,Times of making serviceable: cloth from thefiber begin as soon as possible cultivate .. OF WAR

kz ,. .ww (;.that was promised and then of. pineapple leaves.. Who rillbeUhe food crops on a much larger scale, .
:. i', whole'lot more'for:good mom- first man Orlando ,to weara and .to take advantage of lorida'81I111111111111111111111111 I ; <. -
i < -. }We''bavecoftea'.remaiked. .that .the' : pair of pineapple trousers. Jelly Tumblers : : J.r '" ',:"-:, \; _A -

: ; J.... Pe,ere'are" 'the best m Florida, ,* Noth d 1., N' '. !.L':' Q.'f" ... .<:
'Find l. hardrto | 'Prof.. Nehrling has 2,100 varieties e3 U". \ k i 1
s it :refrain from,taking Fruit Jars -- ', -

i :i t? .:territory.?-?, .\ :' - |of caladiums at Gotha growing and 'there,in his are. f amougardens 1,000 I. F. ,BOURfflAN. HImporH-" -- ;iF ' ,

<.. .. : d1: Ilk .'j. i Ibe
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ir 'It'isregorted; :that .Americanciti. different'varieties of rice growing: in Licensed Plumberand, I : .: ,. . .< ;
all ds'Piesej
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.: t '.sseni. 'wiM, ,.hoist the .American flag China, but .the whole wide world has 1
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Sanitary, Engineer
.1. ., ";.over.Kiw. . =Chw. 'when,-Japan begins;. never: produced but one variety"o6oardinghouse f I I 1
"< t /';a'boiriterda&eat.' :: Our;:diplomatic edxitor ; prunes,'and for.all of Estimate Furnished. JobbingPromptiAttended Slll)wr.: ;

'. :says in' that case Japan would the'above blessings we'ought, to.,return .'! to. _
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,The War aews. *Is.decidedly:confasmg'to Eat"what you.want: i I lmN"- -
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1- .Takes postscript and forget it. Graige velR. j jiftlHMIMiMMIMtMllit
'J :. ; hose who'read.' =every line.of5t. For, sale by all druggists.l7d&wlyr, ; I,I 4allmMlltlMIMMMMMIIIMI NEW MOIRE WEAVES : ?i.' :
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_ 'y._ -: ;\r tM..Germaas will be:.getting' their Does your Kodak take a good picture? If not we will examine ROMAN STRIPES .tf-/. .(} ', .

; .kyles. *from. /Park htiime'.ir.Labor, ""' "
,.f fi ;Day. 1 :. .it and tell you 'why. All films developed by expert. SILK GRENADINES 'V? *.ii':" ,"

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t2 J'-, ,:c of. ;1910: ini ,;.an_, _advertwmggives .
i n '!.r h ,Orlando':a popelation:.of Give is i Trial $tkk livery III '11.s. PIWiE !1. Try sir lee Creaat.S OTTOMAN CORDS .,:

f r, y ,,2941, The;Tnbone has,more friends MliMllllllllliilMtllHUMIIMMIIIMillllMitllllilMIIMIMttttMii itttl-

inthan_<_ ;'that in. Orkndo_ -to. 'nynothingL . '. PEKIN STRIPES '
. .el:aee..... The population: tllllllllilllillliiilililiMllllilllllllllllllllllllHIIlill.i lllillllllllHH. M "k}
'5>r.i Orlando.i."conservatively estimated ... CHAMELEON SILKS" '
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';apse. Rabe is'all that. has.been said
l :'aboat'h n aad'tiMB seee. Like:Samfaen BLACK AND WHITE SILKS WILL-BE
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.M '.,hid.an,opportoBHy &'. shear. his handsome . scription. .. - L

,, fee. etegaBt,, graceful, beau- For Bridesmaids, Ladies of .Honor, Flower ;,: ASK TO SEE THE NEW .
_ f g, ;teens; aderaing;-I l ornamental '
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f\ B. ..dFt . Girls, etc,, Bracelets, Brooches, Bar Pins, La Val; TAPE STRIPE .E FECTS

n-'t' + aytheyrvave-, 0 :j:. I Hers, Wristlet Watches Silver Vanity Cases,

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f liMllHililillllMUHIMMORE- - .. Purses, Card' Cases, etc. ,

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.). ;POETRY ': .Pocket Chains, Full Dress Sets. Gold. and Silver .:: :; '
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'd} ,. Pen ,Knives Pencils, etc.' 1 7: ( .
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ss;'' ,;heard of the. .town. of',Yawn' .on -c:'" Let us.help you with your. -'wepding present l ".
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;. ''PO. ; 0:.: t' M !' .' ' : 01a, 'Z"P-; si4,aad'6-' : ..'a'; a. 1 a#I,the.Cithedral'parijave' a pleasant
.: .: ,Ii .I-J .. ; little social .at< iget'1ieI} ...,;. . .)11. $ '
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;_ Z : : VP: Ue...' ; fcep o' .oa. I-;- t ended, and spent: A happy evening .
t ""aad,>d wffl: j.TObArS.PROGRAM; over etc. Delkious'cake'and
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Mt, aid. ; ':Mre. Cr- -.(, dAee;: ; -ofh, ; ': 'JIrL HF.s.He< : >:left d' J : ,.; 'King Baggot as King" the-de ; Among those"present' were Mrs. ;'. .. Get I II III Allen s
T ":III:' ,,tM. latei ,:in 'The Marine In , :
,v' r > forileeaAit. Where eh wli.. A Mystery. Johnson/'Mrs. Warner: and' Misses **,,", .
'arrival' at the'San"Jaaa.,' : nut aix: iweeks.. :-Mr.'Sanders parts. Mania Johnson,;Norah James, Carrie \ .
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:" ,, t'iflt1at'place; .and tJ> Dade, Dorothy Johnson," Ruth Isaac .
rlr/ Y iJtft ,.. .. pwbably. mi teataheir: .e..: PEOPLE CANT GET son, Ernestine Pratt, Edith Davids, ""r.. a ", .
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for :St' AUgUeGneve ,be 'goes, to 'f -:<: *" '.-' FROM SWITZERLAND, Theresa Warner, Elinor Van Duzor, .' I .;-4':' -

;f hie;awter;.isi sdwoL: ;DGee-Julia. ,Chapman and Ii Laura and Nan Beggs, Ernestine, Give us a chance to show\ ":. .
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i..L. . j .Btey' Ives. daaghter. .-olMr.'a.- interesting post' catd'from Mrs.. auretta and Annie Crux, and Messrs. t you the newest styles in
1 J r.'l Hamilton; ot1aCbwi. S.: 'E/Ives,Jr., left yesterday 'has just_ been' ... "A'y Gerald Hurlburt, .Fitzhugh Dade,' watches.
,'tjjjh;'was looking after bcninooa art-, -' l da, .N. Ci where, they y'wffl of.her, many friends*:here, and, Randolph Cobb, Edgar Thompson, We will trade in
:tiro i i'of1&lo< 'yesterday., \ the remainder of the, heated in Switzerland on August 3rd, Harry[ James, CarlDawson, DeLaney .. your present '
1 r' : '-- -- message had bene nearly a month Way, Hoyt Taylor, Clarence Johnson W watch or movement; allowing

:J Mr.W.a. Seesaw, ,of Jfel teadiag :*.A"pRrtyoi Orlandoites ;Journey Pan Buskirk, Bruce, Floyd and you a liberal amount. .
'ei 'of;St.'Petersburg,'transacted of,Mr!."R. P. Cobb,'Miss, $ .writes.that she and her daugh Marcus Floyd. n :. If you have any idea of '

ieee'.in>. 'Orlando. yesterday_ buck,..and Miss Edith, : with some other relatives and :: ._ getting a watch we would ap -
!j. to':'leave'Baltimore on the '" are "hemmed ,in" there (in CAMPBELL-SPINK -. predate the of
opportunity ,
; i.Jthe' and;;Mrs. J. ,B. Fatter aad today and'should reach home ), and that they do not H
.41J ugkter. Miss:Naeffii,:retorned. ut -; : how,long;they may be detained Mr. A. 0. Spank and Miss :Nellie .' showing. you. ? .
Bright.f rom:their F oatiag .at Dtyte&aHaw1 ): r. and .JJirs. W..L. Uncle Sam finds a way to Campbell were united in marriage Our prices will surprise .

jt-; : : granddaughter, \KISS' Mollie us." That gold and silver coin esterday afternoon at five o'clock byDr.
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< 'n.n Crux leave.today for:Daytona ry ,scarce, and even postage Douglas, at Winter Park, and for
(rL JJ. .,:GetsaM\daughter difficult the will at the homeof you.Allen&Go
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:); w ; where 'they will: "soend 'a : to procure. present reside
,_.,... > retara. d. ,yesterday, .from weeks ,joying"the excellent Plaisted and her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.. ,E. Nolan on
i riait."to' 'relatives<:and "friends'' in and..bathing.. Gertrude, spent several winters South Orange avenue.. Later they
11?'?*- /- ndo, and went abroad last fall, will.keep house.
., + ;I 'M%. Geo.' N Y,. McDonald, '. ng'rto., spend a year ,in' Italy I' Mr. Spink holds a responsible posi- U ., Jewelers
:JjMrs.!, D._ W,:Hanw. 'WMOfiandoit .,. ashen'the' been onialvisittio; : his'sister;': and 'otherparts' of Eu i ion with the Orlando Bank and Trust -
r t.-."' ; fl':>go g over" :.to', Daytona-,G.fL f- for.the,'past three; : With: many hundred other company, and is a sober and indusnous o Reliable Repairing

t ,:ii;.,.. -'Sea-$" for'an.1 oatfcg'of" 'a.. "couple left.:yesterday,afternoon'over" I ,'their'plans'have,been up young:man highly respected by
t ;G .;: : i antic':CoastLine'fgrTanipico; d.;they evidently sharing the very one. A The. bride, :is a' trained
Y 'bltr #.} ;_ .. .. co,where:he has'large i l ,longing to bet safely 'on nurse and a .highly: accomplished. ( ,
>L; llr,'asd Mrs. ).'fe Walker and two :. soft again. young lady' who during her residence 0" ,. ti
aims,;who'have been'speeding.a here has. endeared herself to a host "
Mrs, J. W. Stagg and '
.. \ ; :at Dayteai. Beach,.cone. : WILL MOVE:TO OCALA of friends. The congratulations 'ofthe
MisS Sarah who have' .
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>.t riied 1 i tL1 : many friends of both will be.ex-I u-S.
:it.,'; -'<:-,,;,;\,-.3" <. ___. several weeksWithiteL" ves and Mrs. A. R. Sandlin will tended to the happy couple with the 'D
:Mrs.CoL ,Cadaii. aa4 Miaa :Cad. Petersburg, ,returned' ,h Be. Orlando this morning in their hop that their journey through life '
, ,-.m' wee:op: freoi;:Narcooasee:'yesfarday -;day,1 ,They,were accompafiied'1W:4'r.for Ocala where they will make may be a happy and,prosperous one. fb
John'W. Stagg, Jrn wife and > .d]
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; ,"Ae. .goest.i..if'Dl.. ..4 .. aced :_Mrs.. ""' . future.home, .Mr. Sandlin haVe == {
;W. C.,FereeL'co a position with ,the Cit- STATE WITHDRAWS DRAINAGE
0; ; :"r '- : Mr.. A. R..Bogue left erd t+,1111111",111,1111,11111,11111111111,111' , .. .
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Miss Jean been the Cocoa, 'On/the East Coast,.
;, Pereen;Who Iiee manager ,of 1hesub.exchange'in in
"l guest>> .'of Mrs CoL',Cadet::at'' Warcoeaieejora' after theinterests.ofChase. ' n "county. :Orlando:'regrets to account of rthe European war, .jJ1I.JfJ'
': .Upon'his return to : the state has,withdrawn its invitation
couple of. :weeks, ret pany. : this estimable couple and com j
. .4 0"4.-., ..rned; '.beae":.: .--..,",'."., "-'? f'Dr. y.""-I.which \will_ ,be in ,bout.ten, ell ; s them to.the:good people pf for a million dollars worth t /of Ever- .'
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1.' % ;aid. ,') rL:;;Ge<. LYBartan:: oil ing! ;the shipping:season :will be accompanied by :Mr. The canal work will therefore be
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te4 y., ,Thiy' are'pleasantly;loetted Mr''and'Mrs.,1L: :P. M : ves,in the,Brick City returning sumes its normal condition and the LIMEADAE-We have large Limes
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: \'. >{f: '. ," ." '. ., ,< Allen- ;of,Jscksonvdle'arriv4i Editor George Goolsby, the ma : lEMONADE-We carry the best im
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I who made Wauchula of the best
'<>t '_ ''''__" -'' ". ..,: ,,',.>, -_ .t: 't 1')lr., .and Mrs J. M.. ru towns in Florida, through one years of ported stock
::| t' Iff 't6t, W;rt id:" Fm. .. SwithiLake' street, Mrs.:: was on display the Dick "
;:,t.l,. '' r'.. .-.; ? : : i; M-s.7 ruihers- 'are.. '.:sisters. s store, yesterday perhaps the boosting paid'' this with office the an Florida appreciated Advoca call, GRAPE JUICE-Red Wing Brand t
l. remarkable '
'h T14,-' 'x:\! 'hi&-o'' I 'Mr.-1 iufiKrs.. A, D. in Orlando.' It pineapple was fan shaped ever lash roads night'boosters, being en route, one'to of Eustis.the good GINGER ALE-Order a dozen bottles

r,, :U< : &Bfs' :t'a,tiUf Ddis:: 'Davjswhp,have:been weighed. 'nine;poundswhich. '' is

z i 1 :i: cfSE&MtlW **4lit1jg : fi1 !'"'se Brat.. siveeke''in. p SHr na 'large for a pineapple, ;FOR SALE-A No. .1. saddle mare,
t It |\ 'fW tit}' iKbol. lk.t ijiv.t.noou;and"spe t. ge weight being about three_ or buggy horse. Address, care

r ,. bereeryph'aMntly' with ; pounds. The long way through I Wright's, Box 567.: 9-2-tf Potted Plants, Cat Flowers, Funeral
tfi..D. A.-.EeId< ,;ti one prof; ::Gotha' Hri.'W. E.::Little., They left' .was eleven inches in dram
: T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
r I9e.lt Mid:w known, ':citizens,;was ternoon', for .their..homes in ; d 22 plants, all well developed, II Conscientious work at fair prices. Designs, Wedding Decorations.

:.eiaiig. late'.." -laeee. A-lm1J" .rs"' -inMe the, q Tarpon Springs'I..eader.-. on'the top. The pine was grown Phone 629. 106 Court.SL. 8.23DR -tf
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: . ,X lively auto party'went GROCERY
: :: 4.B 'hIm eil left'.7eete: y Bado.'Beach:yesterday J. H. Vick, Mrs. S. S. Griffin' GEO. NASH
"afternoon. --':for .Ta-..pa':where he''wilsttend this city and will spend a children, and,-Mrs. ,J. ,T. Ezzart CARUTHERS & GORE X
,, :;' a eetiag:.-of:':the, Citrus' ''10'-- occupying: ';;Smith,cottage.-.' children arrived in,Orlando last I VET I NARIAN Phone 2006&8E.PineStre
:age. too>'held, tie today..- party ,are.rMr.and Mrs. F. : from:' Daytona. They had ---
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J 't lips,:Mr,' Thomas'B.. .Phillips to,stay'at the seashore until OFFICE PHONE 34 t
: '.. ,.1'.:rD'J''V' Birk,,"Who: 'LLde 'Ion ily,'Mr.'and Mrs. Oliver' of the month; having'rented MAGRUDER ST4BLES illlllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIHHMIIIIIIIIIIIHIIMIMMHM -..
we bettleehip Illinois, .X and were pleasantly located
Mrs ,S. -Newell and sons, ,
;jt bae (a.viait to his parents,'Mr.. Arthur and George. illness of Mrs. Ezzart's,baby I, " " MtillltllMI t,. .. I . . . ; .;;... . . II .. . . . . .
;. dad rm',Justin,'Yaok.' ; them to return home. " . . . . . .. " " " " " " . . . I .

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:Orlaaia's'oeialt'' ,Daytona point for Orlando people this' to the extensive improve-
;Be--A'- was...iacwased' ;yesterday" by and;the contingent-.wifl I be in now being inaugurated at Or
Mr.1:M.! M.Genes a&d faffiily:,::who, ''left. by the addition of Messrs. Seth largest hotel the San Juan

,,fc".the."afteraeon'tor}:aweek'at: :,that ruff,:Harry "Dickson,and shop will close tonight and're-
'lapu4rreeartM.kLr: : ' so for about Ibree weeks.. A. P. I Air gi
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the Little Econlock- ,
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"uti ,her ,.home,: now. in Eat all yon want. -
:eoarse,,of.cofistructkHitin'" . & .' ,Take\a postscript and .HOURmAN; Licensed Plumber: I '".. ,.. j
For sale by druggists. work at fair prices.I "
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Bent,'-. fet tWs eoluu. Kc for OM 4sN /, N.MRLLKBER COMPANY.
TOTAL'L ,TO'BATK:wEN.QUTAS ,EXPEDITION 'FROM' :NEW fi .wsrai fsr tim.9t lie,MSB...ibmy|LM for BBJ OM{ week aaptny.for

fr'tiHuHHaiim 'fer tbb,.cohm.ussfHec .i. ne,
,: : K1LUD IN BATTLE' ''ZEALANDTOOg'SLANDPOSSON ",. will .. .... a4 eradit -
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'' r.'OJ tLYf1143t; < KAISER', 2FOR '.-
j, :;. : ': l : ,. SALE-Second. hand, sewing : ORLANDO
. : . .
; Inachmes; 'drop,headSingers, rotary ,
fs 8 tv--I f; ; ;w r'lTW MM ,British. ForeignSege Offte;Expiate. White .rotary Standard. ,' New
! MM o&TRTurkish Home, -and other' makes. Will be -
,.!-" ',--:Ifflfei L .. ; ;SU_ -,.. sold cheap for'cash this month. Call f 1. ' .
: ;:t.eYrleiil i Warepi.Egg.int at'Singer Office, or'phone 321. C. B.

'{ ',
!' ..: : ., FOR SALE and
i -Dwelling store room
,t i 4; .;':Bertifl-, ,; Tin "CniinliigMi,sad .Lam, i Washington; Aug.,3L-The British i for sale at,a bargain if taken,now. MMHIMHIIKttMHtiCltlMI
-t The.stock in the'store will invoice
ii-:Asg..:3L-Tke, :.twelfth list. of capture::of Apia, in ,German Samoa,I about :$1,500. The house contains 5 }
" '..... bees aide z {today con- was"announced in the following. offi, rooms; size of lot 80x150, all set in Statement of the Condition of the
: ..i .riMIi*. The fetal,of Ger and message'from. LoBdoli'to the Brit.Wi ., good fruit-trees. Storage house and

1 f >' Mfi- ''casualties, ,;made'.... .'pabKc," ."up to. the- h embassy" -today: Park poultry.Grocery.Conrad Ackre Concord 8-26-6t Orlando Bank & Trust Co
, time' The of state for the col.
J,.. '.yosont' ,"is as follows, :: secretary { ,
.
,' : 1443:tod,'3,336 woafided and 1,761. odes has'received a telegram from Orlando FI&
) 1i ., < be'governor of-New Zealand stating FOR RENT ,

r J., r (No:sews from either 4 f tie German sat-Apia.in 'German Samoa surrendered At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.

.fiesta had been'given out,pp:to midAs at 10 a. m. August 29 to an.expeditaonary -. FOR RENT Beautiful dwelling

,:tHiPt.: , ,! force.sent by the government . garage; elegantly furnished; on RESOURCES.
,
> ,': a:'*rid aee'of the;enthasaamef _of. New:Zealand,." Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Enox. Loans pnd'Discounts . .. . .-.e. . . $379,514

.tke Genaaa1 people it is announced In connection "with ,the seizure of 8-27-tf Over-Drafts . . . ._ .u. . ._ ., .u. ._ ._ .u'. .. ., ._ _. .. ., . . 622 34
fctre that '2OWeW: vonaateershave 'the two,Turkish. warships in Englishshipyards' .. Stocks and Beads . . ... . . . . . . . . . 26,01833
i (thanpeTw.' The patriot :the,foreign ,office sent' the Fourteen FOR house RENT modern : Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37
room ; up4
isle. siiearaby_tie;SoeialistsMI, led fallowing;statement to ,the embassy; : Cash Hand and Dae from Banks
to-date; partly furnished; on, Lucerne ofl . . . . . 291,393 48
the Aid So9111itt association to chase t :In accordance. th the recognized Circle; with ,garden, fruit and,flow j

,jta 'activttttfl,-:at: the:,same<.time:ex-- nfeciple, of the right.: and supreme ers.- J.#F.-Watkins.' 730dwtf. ,, $724,185 88

r rt :ftinnahg,bopsthat it would not have, duty, to insure.national safety in time 4. LIABILITIES.

,torwame ie after the war ia over. of ,war, ,His, Majesty's government FOR RENT-Two office spaces in j .
"sBftioa, Hart von_:Lersaer,,, second took over two ships which were build oar store at No..9 W. Church street : Capital Stock . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . $100,000 00
,terryof3the: German,embassy- ,at ing in England for the Turkish(government Come in and we win'show yoo.' Pierce - Surplus'and ,Undivided Profits. . . . ..... . . .: 39,96135 ,

+ 'HjaaWafton,' has':reached. Berlin' byway 'but had not yet}been delivered Electric- 0-ft.. . ' 3-29-tf 1! Re-Dificouats . . .. . . . . . . .. . . : . .' None

,of,Gibraltar. ,He'ran great danK to them. ,His Majesty's govern- , Bills Payable . . . . . . . .'. .. . K. . .'. . : None *

rr _'| at'.Gibraltar,of.being1,arrested by ment has not only_offered to pay ,in II MISCELLANEOUS- ;I Deposits . . . . . . . . ;. . . . . . . . . 582,669 47
' 'the:'British."Mails full and return ships in! good condition Due to Banks . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . 1,55506
" '
-.f\!\ :,':from: ,the United States, ':after the war.or supply equiva. OPEN ALL NIGHT .
., \ lrfeh daring Erie'first days of the war lent new ones,but also additional and The City Drug Store;is at your ser- ,', $724,185
W: ;
vice both day and night Prompt,
:. .weed on' the'. frontiers;are'now' generous compensation for the,use,of dependable, courteous.' tf Reserve Carried by the:Bank . . . . . . $291,393 48Reserve

"." t, fcfiuiiaff: -bo districted. the pre-empted, ships 'during the required by Law . . . . . . . 116,533.89
" 1 !r IHsiaifBM,from London,and Paris, war." NANCY, HALL and Porto Rico sweet -
'
'.c' ,w&fc'. at ,the eemmeneementof :the At the British embassy it was said at $L75 i
potato slips per
r t Plant Reserve in Excess of Ami Required by Law $174,859 59
::' \t war*:predicted 'the",rapid . of.:tae_'iitary power of Ger- given'.German reports ,to attempt to Co.. Aptpka, Fla. 5-24-tf Deposits on June 3Q, 1913 . . . . . . . $527,758 01
" I\ ,amy;:have'been?;received, in Berlin; arouse disaffection among Mohamme . "' Deposits on June 30, 1914 . . . . . . . 582,669 49
.s >9 DYNAMITING done in all its branch A : rr f
and lire eMRBM&ted;upon with great dans in India and Egypt,/ -
:
:::1 rime by eke general staff.' .. . es. Clearing land is our specialty. INCREASED . . . . . . . . . $54,911 48
.t uS ,do your 'work. Estimates ,
Let, :
,
., i
tJ important papers, and officers of other
.: cheerfully given. L N. Lewis, 406S. The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors
;.11 'ROLLINS COLLEGE, NOTES. colleges in Florida and elsewhere,
1: enthusiastically' commending this ac East street 7-14-lmo te persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its

rj .Flotida'sold4at, ',will." treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
" ,: eellege, open tion. Evidently it is;felt by a large
r.?> ite-<,("deof8;for':,iU ,,thirtieth year of number, of people,that athletics have DRESS. MAKING Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
: i Rooms 3 and 4 over Hammond & safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
: "q iveric-OB, t Wednesday Baormng,r Sep- come.to hold an abnormal position in Bunch's store, Church street Will

\, ,, ;; the American college, costing' too close every week on Friday at 6'clock : in mtrnsimtmsmmfttUnnnnnunzn:::uunnnninnnwi
59- *v Daring' 'theSumer': v';:;.. B. dW. much. money,. taking: too"much time p. m., and reopen Saturday at -
t ti Stone,:the,veryefficient superyitend- and,'absorbing too much ,interest on 6r i p. m. Perfect satisfaction at moderate -
prices. Mrs. A. S. Hodges.
. J' at: :,of Q'groands_'..and., buildings_ 'hasteen the,part of 'a :few pupils, and being B-26-6t WANTED-To.exchange Vose piano, WHERE SHALL I GO .
5 b '.busy,,and the,"campus is already too much neglected on the other hand in good condition, for Victrola and TO SCHOOL ?

,' tf '.' :iri' 'fine 'shape- '. too. receive the large bj.i the' rank- ; and, .file ,of the student' tf Who. is are your satisfied,painter and the decorator! records Piano may be seen at.,For-
keep
you 'one.you: FLORIDA STATE COLLEGEFOR UNIVERSITY OF
,1\ FLORIDA
" !-i Bttttber' Of oM' and DeW students who body. The experiment at:Rollins will have; if not, phone W. .T. Entrican.N mosa.: Address P. 0. Box,2, Oakland, WOMEN
., U :'are'.expectedto*: enroll at'.thlttime..' .: __ be_watched With. interest by the 'authorities *. 636. 1-20-tf.. Fla. i GAINESVILLE
' it l-y &dae'i andJ' ilets.heve'been.install*I here, and by 'many others TAn .IIAR. EE.

m'LafcesiiVeettege; tae'only:one. :'oi who. ,are ,concerned in the problem x PAPER' HANGING College of Arta and Sciencea;Normal SchoOl;. -

, n ."the:,three dormitories. for young men I of education., School School of of Art Music; Extension; School Division of Expression; Graduate: 8 Colleges and Dirisions; Liberal Arts:
For 30 days I will furnish and hang School Modern Gymnasium with swimming Law; Engineering; Agriculture Teachers
: ;
Ij which has lacked e e conveniences I Raymond W. Greene, the,very popular
. the paper for. any ordinary room for pool; basket ball and tennis eourta dew and College Experiment Station; Extension Division -
lj iatherto/ndthe building has -been!l ':and efficient physical director, $7. Your choice of over 100 of the ne aeracoo modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormitories ; Graduate SchooL Ten new brick buildI -
: "'Cloveilesi.cotte8e;: the doratery 'to :bring at least ofbeen latest style I do painting and have all modern conveniences; new fogs, besides gymnasium, swimming pool and
\ panted* expects : a score papers. dining room and kitchen most hygienic in(many subsidiary bindings 61 officers, instructors -
<;for;>oung women; has' l new-studentS', him on his return, paper hanging at reduced prices. ORLANDO. FLORIDA Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 counties and assistants. 354 young men
'-rf Drop me a postal and I will do the and 12 states last session. i 42 Florida counties and 24 States and
. ;; .painted, its;sapply'of'hot' water.foi to Rollins.: Mr. Greene is also in rest and guarantee to please (Formerly known u, PelLCUrk School) TUITION FREE in College and Normal I foreign countries last session.

.:; rJ. laths greatly ).increased, and .other. charge of, religious activities of thethe G. C..SCHULTZ, your lEe PENS OCTOBER 7 year SchooL J124.00.Bead For and catalogue entrance write foes for the* I1J2.50 TUITION per year.FREE Write Board today and Entrance for catalogue Foes,
i\ :wue.repaired.asd freshened.., All student body. He is as active and 8-23-lw Box 385, Orlando. EDWARD CONRADL President 1 A. A. MURPHREE, President
; }otfcer,ba9dttgt aye been:thoroughly r enthusiastic.in his Christian life as in A Boarding tad Day School for GlrltRetvlar -
tF First class Brazing specialty at tnd Special 'Coano-Priaarr.
l( 'cleaned .and. made. ready for,,:occu- athletics, and exercises. a:strong and Warman's,Repair Shop o Court St Intermediate and Academic GradesMeslcArtEbntionPhysical I FOR RENTFivp.room house with ,
?J ;:pE7-_,,SwJBa&g: ,docks, for: botl'MSB 1 wholesome 'moral, .influence throughout 12+tL Domeabe Sdenee-Admirable Situationand Culture FOR SALE
J and ,: *Sarrwiidin-Civatc HealtWal five acres of good truck- and; fifteen Nursery stock, one, two, three and
.l ...,WWMB,.extending. .. into. beau,:: the institution* .
-1 To be of the Careful HOBO life-Capable TeachersLow four old
:' 'tifaJ'Lake 'Virginia,..have, .been.,built, convinced producing Katea.BCT. minutes walk from postoffice. Fear buds; Foster Early,
power of Sen*,gel want ads.-try one. Pineapple, Java, Hemosassa
: i j :and providedwith.,,springboards .fo'diving. r "Don't forget.the Sentinel Want.ads... Btderkk P. Cobb, Bishop Mann Address Sumpter F. Davis, 209 Irvine ington Navel Address Wash
Mrs.
additional tennis Rector. President M.Kahle;
An lift
cotor makers.
l-f'o : They are money
; 1
street., 8-25-6t ApopfcaFia. Phone
; i ** the: -use of_the men has een'built.. The Robert ,Hungerford Normal 2222. 3-ls.tf

: u :making three"in aH. The; ,fine gymna and Industrial School will throw open . _ . .
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:'{:." }J"'. fkt&vfeas: been'pot,''in prime condifttioni ; For Sale its doors October,1,1914, for its fall \ \\ ,\\,\" '\" \\" " " " " " " " t U
z" ;" and other ,improvements hay term. We hope all students will be
H been;carried oct.. present on the first day. The build-
::' ;; \' ,Rollifis' proposal to'withdraw fro 11 -L-- ',. ings' are being thoroughly renovatedand .JfII. jrJ
'
:! "Interreollegista.athletics" and to Sub everything being made as comfortable -
i ,stitote for. these a'careful system o,tf I''' have, a 'carload of Jersey SJift: as possible. Any information -

-, . ..'physical. -., development. ,and. athie4orts tic l Cows for sale, and people of the BUT. concerning the school may be :
.4 for-aU her students< has' arouse d rounding ,country :are invited to in. had by writing Mrs. R. C. Calhoun, Were "

'"-a Yt great: deal: 'of. interest in', varioc lS pact the stock.ReUenable Eatonvflle, Florida. 88Sattiaddress They to "
';quarters.. Many:letters have been n .
prices. ,Call on or
: ': .:aeived. from tnistees.vJormer instruclon WOOD. COAL AND,ICE .

graduates and. former pupils,pa,:r. JAMES' N. SEWELL, Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's :

'r enb.oipreet.- .. .. ; ; .t, -students,"editors" <>f js.22.D j' :' &.W Winter Garden, Fla. Coal Yard;; phone 566. 9-31-tf i: : ,be Married Soon H




T ,'- :$2.00ST. Came to us to see what it'would cost them to furnish a modern home of

J1. ;.. .5 four or five rooms. They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable,

r yet the amounf of money which they had available for the furnishing of their

homemade expensive peices prohibitive.

7 .., AUGUSTINEand They spent considerable} time with us looking through our large stock.

"" We offered a' few suggestions gave them some new ideas. They were

;: "\. : ,1' .: ....;.. ..returnImHJa much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they.

BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS''Lo thought. they,should want.

,PRICES ON FORD CARS I After looking; around in other stores to make sure that they were doingthe

r Se t. .1U best with their appropriation they came back and placed their
,. -v lIt ti$;fro* Aig .1,1914;te Auga t : .. aY, with.us.This possible. order
'11915 aM.g rMea aEaist 88Y M1IC-
t *
r; ;i \\.jl. g.t. fu.e_ :. IS a typical example of hundreds of homemakers we are
VIA.
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a Touring,CarRunabout .. '$55500: pleasing.We carry an extensive stock of serviceable, attractive homefurnishings

-r _. '505.00 -" Y 'grading from the lowest priced which are good, to the very best. Your appropriation -

): l0.B:"oeluda.lG cart' eFfrtlsnr Mlanoc' Coast l lor furnishing! 'your home may be anything from 175. tO?Ioooor_ more
.
make the most of it with t s.l .
you can
w skleN
ill
we .. ,/' : .
: wr
r- a! au &eIe17. ttf11rt! &
putlrneig rash anU.t d i .win ]leave Or -:
;, .. ,Iatu .'{'m., :- ;' .,.,. -' -
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tile;..,... 1Ian'.fn I:'" 'per:ear (ta ..rabetAarnstUlli '
< ':. Mtw).tevuy s1Atpst: .. tH..A..l.1I15.'wY prirtkaset a .. .ew.lsets.r. ;.. Tickets, ,good i on.. speed I <; Kincaid & SnowdenII

tar tiiWr prdatiin'ttg&ribv. -'tkM Uw prfces' ta4. pnftt'F. train only. ;Lirpited: tc 'S > -, -, 0 .-'- '
--i. temper gth.

:; .,6._'RU88,.: : _... 5, at.On. ,call, .W' ::Pf{; '; .< Firm ef: Clear! il ;Pafilar. Prices

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.- iOAKL1P'JD: ; ; : MODEL 37 TOURING CAR, $1285.00, DELIVERED $

-. t ,,: .. Stylish, comfortable
J pleasure
.'. car, seating five
"; __":";.:;::!:"-aJJJ, 44t. =::'n.." :'(---Sc.r. :STURDY, ,.AS, '.. 'THE. OAK', J 'j.: ,,1. ".._. e- '- 1 gets with room,to spare. The graceful, low "NEW passen OAKLAND"stream -

: ; / line body, the German silver V
shaped
C .i --F, ?ri ics fcivtbtOatiaa4 "NEW OAKLAND.. ,ra a radiator, the heavy crown fenders and the broad run

., ., cir year. 2a advance of'all others' Wing boards, give it beauty and style unsurpased even in

; : the highest priced cars. The NEW OAKLAND," Model
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New,'Beauty: .x i. Mere.\Power. XGreater, : Economy X Utmost Comfort 0 t.. 37, is a unity of beauty, power, economy and service
-- -- a car you will be proud to drive
alongside
of the best of
= them and
enjoy the
comparison.
... :. / : "
.yk rr. : J ; The four cylinder, silent Oakland Northway motor

'..- ., provides jnore power than you will ever need; marked
--- --- economy in fuel consumption has been

:, $ reducing the weight of the car and equipping it with the Oakland-SteWart accomplished by
vacuum
lens feed, "doing away with the pressure system. gala

t II II The low construction of the.car without
decreasing the road clearance adds tithe
I, safety, comfort and joy of riding. Fully equipped with Standard, Delco Starting

t I, Lighting/and Ignition system, with.- automatic spark advance
Non-skid tires in
Oakland One-man rear,
II top, absolutely true to name, Heavy Crown Fenders extra
large
II
valves
Tungsten steel
divided Windshield
I Speedometer, Electric Horn
operated from
jt I center of steering wheel, Headlights with
I dimmer, Shroud light, Tail light, Tools
( License ,
-Tag Brackets, in fact, every modern improvement and
convenience for
L0 I ;tort and safety of the driver and passengers. v the corn-


/(7y:. riela7 .. ,I $1775.Watch for our... light six adds also roadsters and speedsters. Prices from $1150 to

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O WA*' ,.WILL:BE.Afl'AID,.TO' FIRE., '.FIRST'FREEZING',TEMPERATURE TO HELP AMERICANS r OUGHUNEg' iMjmmiiiiiimm -lI

PREVENTION," ... '. -.;... i '* $ $ MHIIItttttllMIMIIHIt
)( lhiIiIiftODl

The first freezing ofthe ,
tempertaure
1LJ'S Pt.
Fire.insur
;; : L '
....,......... iae.. eadeftvoririg', to:impresstfae season made its,, appearance last Washington. Aug. Sir-Count You
--.J.. \: Wednesday at Swift, Current, Assin, Bernstorff
the German ambassador ,TEN REASONS
tfce WHY
s' ::ptie importance>> of YOU
north of Montana. The SHOULD
: temperature today telegraphed Secretary Bryan
'.cue in the matter (fire prevfetwa -
tt tkif partksl&r time., dropped. there to"32 degrees.' There from';:New York, saying that in the ,

t 'Norma-k>.e;have been heavy, and wan frost' during the_night in'Yellow event of the investment of Paris he H \ ;' COOK WITH

t it eerie .i eoafegntaeii should come aio'PUk-'ud... : several other points. would make every effort to secure the : GAS

;tfee.: asg'financial_ ,'and, banking ;-__ -.. safe departure of' Americans from .
f' I..a_.ireoU.proctece t. :an"unusaalIt :Yes,;young man, the glaciers of life Paris through.German lines.

'..aJt. :woaM.be Hccwwtry for the are hard;to climb,.and you will never .
I.
.. to :Mil:'large":amounts-- make:the trip without a :g de. The G.. A. R. 'MEETS IN DETROIT
1.
.l ,L.t., ... ,,"y,a'tone"of that_ map-' name of. the guide is "Work." Tie Convenience 6. Speed x7.'Efficiency
/ '
: : -'r
: '
: rtodcimpossible* yourself to him, JounP an, and he Detroit Mich. .
J..Y Aug. 31-The.Grand .I
', '" ;;...w :be: will pull you through all right. 2. Comfort
o: : .,_ .; no Army of the. Republic with affiliated ,
?
t' ..1; '.........,.. I
: .
\, __ ; f.,. '...-.... saeri6eee theyto organizations, opened its 48th annual '

: , .4i.,. ::.. ,..make as.'to price' Noj e.isoblige4 to'live where he encampment_here today. It was stated 3. Cleanliness "' 8. Safety

1 > ; .:their', obligations is not. suited. If one hasn't an encouraging that 30,000 delegates are expected ,

( l I+ '.;t ,just. at word,for the business; enterprise by,.nightfall 4. Simplicity i' 9. Perfect Regulationof

."!:' ;;. **"*-,-?,kV'K*&.its- "'detraction_ .* of, Val.'.1 and _institutions of. his town, < Today 'was devoted to committee
'
A- -
;; : { 1ppfT : .
lV
,
;. f ; ;: .1 ,...:!,of cml should shut up and go:'way'back meetings. The first public meeting Heat

'4 ;.''. i mould'be'1 e sIs a and sit down." will be held at the Light Guard armory 5.,. Accessibility

. ,!"L 1 ,,- 1 -." ," ..;. . ...'app" recmted.' b)y' '\ .. tomorrow night. 10. Economy .

;:' :) .Y,, Y:is'ehowii. by,. The farmer bends the knee to none,' s f
,
; 'u.-.s..l1l1N..J'r... .. '
.: '#' .''1\'f"'' : ; t", .. ,I aBdji'J: disturbed. .
by the worldwide . It doesn't take much of a leader to
:
; :
kR:... vt rr..l t i.: .>. 4a-th.:>heks..f of-* ',all L reign'' of graft and greed than lead a man into temptation
"" ; .:r. e4; 5t"DU- --nrs" of ail any of his'fellows. May;.he'live: long \ 2. COMFORT -

; (,' *:0.;''/-)garages- :'and and prosper_ :this son:of.'the.soil who Men who climb the stairs' one'.step A GAS RANGE

ex y is the. ,balance. .wheel of. the'universe., is the greatest producer of REAL COMFORT in the
J. : : -: T ;: at a ,time are gladderto.rest, at the
J. ,. i 1 ae '... :'A';;; modem kitchen If cook
""__lO.ft- t "}'...= ., ; .;.1It: JII'V. 1". top than if they'had utilized the elento I you with GAS all unnecessary work is elimi

rf!: ,. ,...< }t! ;'f'f:.. , .j,1."....AlKhnr f_ .. :,i,TheysfiiT- the"applecrop: this. ea. r nated and cooking is made a pleasure. There is no wood to bring in! -
jJr r ::, .. ,! 'l ;-. .is 'to: be''210,000,000 bushels. ThisougM no ashes to out
;
; carry no dirt
and
vt 't. __ soot to clean
:1 .
.. --:" L.U.. up-nothing to do but
.. : '.,... ,. ......., .:: :tdi" furnishPtent9 ', turn "
of
; '-' j '< .stomachaihetr We want to know\wheII' pod havefriends.'to5 .a valve and strike a match." .
tt '
r iPfTpr b1e. ol.af- for,'the doctors and of lhmeft-o : .
m' : more_ eat "chicken to In warn'
;- -: Mi -
'v'!'. :4b., )i"'J'ateete. the ., those ''"mother weather especially, the comforts of
'f
< ) '".'.- pies'like used to make. visit- y oa. It is such:items, of news cooking with a Gas
\ "M.t'\ , ; ; o?*leas ,iniTjfflSp That.r is' Range are very apparent, because the kitchen '
\ lt. ": l : , providing our: does not. that makes 'the local page'of your is kept clean, cool, and
. :.
.. !lJ .rtmee comfortable
.t '
!"raise.;,too rapidly. home without the'slightest -
effort.
_T: > ..... .. 'a paper interesting. .
,j -h,,;t fi" ij'-" <. ;\"1J..w.tl",_, .,..., ''."' '...--. 1. -rsustaining''- i."" -1:" Rk No heat is
k JA '1f.I --: ' . . _ . . . .. . . ... . :wasted.to make the room as hot the
l- { . .... . .. . .L. .. w as oven itself and
L 1..11111.. . .
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:: : .r' I . . .. .. ................ the fire is
;.<4' ': ".,'::63.J,, .L'" :--ges -;- - - - ":' - - - - - turned out the instant the cooking i is done.
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N'i ,,!I :..ewb.:tr iads.Ws.1HIiM st r -* H- THERE SHOULD ;
4 + - .is- The.citycouncil.held a.long.session > <
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8i1d pa- p b1s.--''-Hs- -dteck'. -asr" I large volume of business partly; tontine : A Constant Battle

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An ordinance Vas passed providing
:'''er.1 Ik;. ..1ea1e8g: :rritheat Ute. the width of the ,streets to be .j i": Against Waste Thru Personal .
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,-ae: .ate.reecri. : ;ef' his k-"::". i of,the sewerage system by'Earvey : :"-- .- .. ., {

:tmaesct a.d.Greater'Seciity'With t l ;& Company; :was passedupon.! "Itshows \ ., At account in the Peoples National
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The monthly reports .of. the clerk
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!. if ..J- ;.. -- : : .. -; tember 1st.of $1,912.59., The city attorney : .. -- ..' ;. .... ...,.. "." .... .. y:." .. ," :" :. .... ,..,.. .. . . ._. --
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;?'-' 1:t. j mmM I I 200,000'men, all Mohammedans; $21433 .delinquent taxes during the : : : ; :: .

H "' . : .. 'Seventy-two superior! German officers month of August. :
: .., i;:; ,. ,"'forming' the German military .,The, plumbing inspector reportedthe iri:t .D. ]i. : :

fc.r1 ?_\!.. :. 'II' ,MDIID., .. . 't mission at Constantinople, have beeniaootporated .collection. of $105.75 for permitsand .
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!t I ___ ;FO. I'___M .DiIYot. THE,.>r.it ';, Turkey will fight:on-'the side. of Germany August, as_the fee is one dollar for

'. .. U -ol\ r" :nIiT.m, ." eacH connection.: I GERMANS CAPTURE SEVENTY Russian army; corps were annihilated. upon the river at Bethel. :
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.. 'Si<: ...,-. "i /...; ,.-; r" r At' the request of the secretary of: THOUSAND. RUSSIANS... Seventy; thousand prisoners were "The Duke of Wuertemberg crossed
'."" :'' nM? *. 'Offetrs--.r > k"F; ,TarkisJiCwtaki RUSSIANS DEFEAT;:AUSTRIANS the park commission. ,a warrant,was taken, including two commanding the Meuse river, also advancing upon
;' 'It' :- >tvii..:', a ordered drawn in. favor of .the commission Washington, Sept. IA German generals, 300 officers and the com- Aisine. The' crown prince advanced
.:>' :t.. i-"Arr._ ; ;:.Ityreef' !London ,' Sept..1.=- The Daily News for $200, to .carry on the victory at Allenstein, in which three plete artillery; of the Russian army. beyond the Meuse after capturing the

: : h: \ ;. -:.." Ttrkey ;WMJlowe hears::indirectly; 'from;Bucharest that work. .' Russian army; corps' were .defeated "In the west General von, Kluk, it entire garrison of Ho'ntnedy which

; .. "1".. , ,Ger.. a y. the '+.Russians have, inflicted 'a crushing Councilman S. A. Johnson expressed and 70,000 prisoners, including two is reported, moved against the French tried a sortie. The fortress also was
3': : ...' ",-. defeat on the Austrians' in Gali- his'desire to be placed ,on:record as Russian commanding generals, were flanking attempted advance to Con- captured. .

,9i'A: ,1W: ?y 4 via Paris, Sept. L-I ck. JTbe:Russians :inflicted a joss .of favoring the enforcement of,the'.sign. taken, was reported today; to the Ger- ble .'(Here part of the message could "The crown prince of Bavaria and

;;f"tebgnim- reeeive '.b-Eoae l from- 2O, Ocfon: the enemy,who. .sought. to ordinance.The man.embassy; from Berlin by wireless not be, clearly deciphered). General General Von Hoeringen have been in
-:- HHWWCM:,tie i obtetion_ofNlstiiig1 cross,the:Vistula.. final estimate on the;construe via. Sayeville, L. I. von Buelow completely defeated a superior continuous battle in French Lor-
ti '... T .tiII .,:, '" .i . tion of'the septic tanks'by Contractor The dispatch says: French force near Si Quentin raine.
.... Mvice-ofField:Mar A > Hamilton Johnson was made.and ''''Official reports of the victory at after having captured the English
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'" .- desires position. References., Miss, showed, -the city; due Mr. Allenstein shows that it was 'even
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