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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 3, 1914
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Volume ID: VID00424
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, t.F di-h _.. ;",Yeafcrifcy--Awtrfaa Army 'at. Desperate Conflict, Captured ' Tales of Horrible Atrocities -

\L .:..x.. Lee!lil c .Jtli .I t ff by:R1r--I aa,Who ,Cappt Many
'- Oae General, TAXES THE FACILITIESOF Against the French and CLAIM OF RUS
Dedarea Rtes 70,000
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i'i' .A AdTa ee'Ii' -te. ,.,PrBfirift- .;Is, Checked, fortCkin < RAILWAYS SIAN PRISONERS
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,_ : .., St..Petersburg, Russia, via London, Washington, Sept. 2.The German
..' _. :; ; Sept. The following official ENTRENCHED embassy'received a wireless today
," an- CITY VAST CAMP RUSSIAN REPORTS[ I[ IE
'A: 'S :2.-Special-Theallies( { still battling. desper- nouncement-was issued today: from Berlin announcing that "Ger-

atelyte"cbiek:.the steady advance of the Germans toward Paris, "Our forces invading Galicia have 1 man, and Austrian troops have occupied

exception of-the extreme continued their advance in the direc Lodz, the largest manufacturing War Office Freely Gives Out the
held.. t1n today with'the'possible': : .Food Supply Is Said to Greatly
tion of Lemberg. The fell center in Russian Poland, and that
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enemy
according latest information n tonight from News of Defeats as Well as
;French"jiftvwii Vi* " to' the back gradually before our troops. We I Exceed That of Siege of I the battle northward from Lembergis
Parfe."v 1870 and Water Is Victories, According to
captured some'cannon; some rapid continuing.

:f ':In> 'east Prussia'and.m::'Galicia' i i ;both'the' .Russians and Germans fire guns and some caissons. The GuardedParis "The report is confirmed that the CorrespondentLondon

Q. m d\ -. pursuit continues. French abducted fourteen women and -

The Austriaas.:have been' overwhelmingly, defeated. The,Ruswaas "Near Guila(?) and Lipat) the ,. Sept. 2.-The physiognomyof twenty-five children from a German Sept. 2.-Advices have
-f- and enemy occupied, a strong position of within- frontier place; also a hospital doctor been received here from St. Petersburg -
cbum to bold Leaberg, the i capital (Austrian.Galicia.: Paris has changed greatly
'such natural. strength that it was few Without and assistant from Lorchinen; fate to the effect that the Russian
corroboratedYfrom the.past days. _any pan-
-- '/ "the' /tytnoffi&ijy Vienna. considered impregnable. They ,also ic a general movement has set in to : unknown. general staff frankly confesses to disaster -

.: Stop doua';loeses:are'reported on all' sides. The.Russians de- desperately attempted to stop our prepare for eventualities which a ''The papers are full of Russian to two army corps, includingthe

.' ... .tbgi,heried:15,000 Autnan dead on the battlefields. advance by a flanking attack, in thedirection week ago were considered 'too abstract horrors in east Prussia. The Russianscut loss of three generals.

l t .l theses' left ', 'today extended from of Halurz(7). worth off the breast of a mother and Telegraphing from St. Petersburg
bide :;line;::of :: ;' wing : ; to be discussing excepttheoretically.
,, "We,repuised the Austrians, inflicting impaled her five children on a fence. the correspondent of the Times de.
'Ifontdidwr to the Forest,of Compiegne,.ranging from fifty-five to
: ,severe losses.. We buried on .the "Four Cossacks ravished a woman dares war reports given out by the
'::fort :lve Aite 'from':the" outer.defenses of Paris, ,the fighting of battlefield 14,800 Austrian dead, cap- Bat the hurried visit of Gen. Paula while they handcuffed her husband I headquarters staff there are generally -

.' .J. .',th French;WheiB :_idelabIy'',nearer, Paris .yesterday. tured a flag 'and.,thirty-two guns and coupled' with the. absence of authentic and forced him to be a witness." rather meager but always true.
to the movements of
news as
vieet' fighting as.xeported.at'::Moatdidier, where,,the a quantity of supplies and made many whichis 't That the headquarters will stick to
that portion of the hostile
I prisoners, including a general army 10,000 OLD BOYS OF THE BLUE this plan also when the news is bad
: ;Germaasinfantry: ,::in great: strength..is making:a desperate effort making Paris its objective, has
"On the south.,front, in the Warsaw MARCH AT DETROIT is proved by the announcement of
1- 'to J) ii t kthe.alhedhnes. The object of the Germans is quickened the desire of those who in-
district, all the Austrian attacks today.
: keu1c -enemy's8 center theildefwofareN. tended'to leave the city, and they arehastening
the separating
: ,appiur to :through have been repelled. ,On our right Detroit, Mich., Sept. 2.-For the The wording of today's announce-

'allies : ., wing we forced..Austrians. to re- their preparations. Others forty-eighth time members of the ment indicates that other Vistula'ortresses
f intended leave including
who had not to -
,Aa.official. .statement', from the"French- :war-- ,off. ice that- the. allies'. treat, capturing' three cannon, tens] Frenchmen, have made, a Grand Army of the Republic marched besides Graudenz and

t :e center is i Wdfaif its:position,ia_ viewed as:encouraging and'snot rapid fire guns and over :1,000 prisoner sudden many decision.to get out of the capital today in national, review. The pa- Thorn have'been sent reinforcements.The .
.' according to statements made rade was the crowning event of the people of St. Petersburg received
,: oveesba4ewe4bytbe< ( i+asion\ that.the left wing is slowlyftirtdthe.ditaace before, it. ,is too. late.
; by the latter the Austrian tosses were I. it. f encampment which began here .Mon. the news with firmness: Their faithin
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,:." between the" German right, and Paris. very'heavy. Banks Are Besieged day and ends Saturday. Headed by final victory remains unshaken.

,. !i (steidl,'MMifti\in '. J- t' J The banks were besieged today by Washington Gardner, commander in General Samsoniv, one of the Rus-

:.:.l,Aettot; Ring.m;east':Prueeia.and i 'Galicia, "Berliii officially 200 AMERICANS' STRANDEDAT. a long string of clients who'were lay- chief, the marchers moved from Can- sian commanders lost, was consideredone
"":\ OSTEND > ing in stock.of cash, and taxis, cabs field 'avenue to Jefferson avenue on of Russia's most capable and brilliant -
claimed, tte. leJtri troll.bf f three. ..JRuMian armycorpslind: the complete -- and
"' <- " sort of could .
(- rat of the.inyading force,. "The Russian,invasion in.east --- any conveyances- Woodward avenue, about a mile anda generals. He greatly distin-
f : ,!London, Sept. 2.-The American, hardly be obtained. half. Forty state departments, guished himself in the RussoJapanese
,pniwia k entity dwckedsaid the 'statement. A cheerful side of the picture was
'* embassy'was advised today that.200 each led by the commander and.totaling war.
f|Tae Bwsiaa 'army}:corps referred to ,by the, German account, Americans. .are stranded at Ostend, the, assurance, given out by the authorities -: about 10,000 of the boys in blue, The other two lost commanders, the

however,_is,hoe Emd to be,the,'same' that, -Germany: claimed to have Ambassador ,Page, is trying to get; that in the eventuality of comprised the backbone of, the pa- Times correspondent goes on, were .

,t defected .veatarda, v..at 'AUeastein, when'they,asserted. ,:70..00U.Dris- money.to them. **t a siege, Paris was"in far better shapein I rade. General' Martos, commander of an r
: : :': the food than in
regard..to supply
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and General Pestitch, attached -
army corps
'Orie re ww taken by tk Gennans. ,1870:

.:.|: {|liie- Russians. .-- . :.admitted: the loss" of two army corps. totaling- m 'IUIIO UNIIMARMllAW I There are. "large stocks of flour, ROAD BOOSTERS REACH[ H Battle to the Raging general in staff.Galicia *

i IO,OOO'nwfi;:kiBed,:wounded and:taken prisoners, but:declared. the : cattle, general provisions and.coal ac- From Galicia the only news is thata

: 'R tn iafi*.'were poshing g onward:in'Prussia. tually within the city gates and large fierce battle is still raging.

"l-rThe 1 :RosgJan kvestment. .of:,Koenigsberg is'.complete,according stores continue arrive every day. [EUSTIS "A large Austrian army," says the

'' ""of ... The water 'supply has been. protected correspondent, with its base upon
to the Uteflaent the Russian general staff, and the fortresses
of the Germans
against attempts
i any Cracow and Przemysi, fifty miles
1. ALL SALOONS CLOSED AND OVER TWO HUNDRED IN west of Lemberg, has occupied the
. 5;An:official'statement issued,from',Berlin_ tonight declared the Rush' Toward BordeauxThe south portion of the Russian-Polish a

,GerroM .':lid::,witoed;;I/xk, the') manufacturing city in PUBLIC GATHERINGS rush toward Bordeaux is so PARTY REACHING CITY governments of Lublin and Kielce. It

'. < =Euseian, '.folaad,after, inflicting< a_,severe,, defeat 'upon the Russians. ,FORBIDDEN great that.the railroad company! BY THE LAKE advanced in two independent columns

i' .. ;:Tliestateffiefit also:'denied 'that'Koenigsberg, is invested compelled to issue notice that it would to the north, one on either side of the

: Disturbance {not be 'able to transport baggage. :Fifty Autos From All Over river Vistula. Against the column
and declared.. . the.Russians. . invading, .east Prussia. were checked_ No Has Occurred [ ,
the issuance
The exodus was encouraged by South Florida in Party When advancing on Lublin marched the
before.t Koenigsberg... Since Troops Arrived 'Except -
; eiJia1fway. ,. of.an'official notice that mili- It'Reached the Sand- largest part of the third Russian

;: :\Because.. .> .r':of".;the' ,activity, ;:of the.' Russians' 'in east Prussia_ the. Ger" "Incendiary, Speech tary transports were becoming! feweron 1 Oil Road army. The hostile forces met southof
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':roans;:have been; forced'-to, abandon 'the. prr'osed attack" on the ,by Labor Leader the various systems and that the Lublin and towards Tomashov,

c'fortresekof"Belfort' according'to dispatch Basle daily trains from Paris can be doubled where the battle announced more thana
: a from, Eustis, Fla., Sept. 2.-Fifty autos
: ', IDe. Butte, Mont, Sept.2.-: Butte todayis or trebled. week-ago is in progress. At the
SwiU daiwi, via K from all over the southern part of the
M. Adrian Mithxraard, president of time the Russian fourth
under martial law by proclamationpf : same army
: : tDtches" rom'.Ostend' today,are believed, ,td indicate that- 'thetanscontemplate.the Governor Stewart All saloons'are the municipal council, writes he is state brought more than 200 Eustis'Flori- i crossed the eastern frontier of Gali '
dians here to inspect
."" :'" "t..."< ' '. investment. of Antwerp' : An_:,extensive- closed and public gathering forbidden I receiving ,,many letters from"people famous sand-oil today road which has stow cia and after a series of minor encounters

.JDO..t:of:,German troops ',is reported :from- <,Brussels 'towardJIJerrer without permission:, Women will, not'who ask, if they ought to quit Paris. the test of more than two years of I drove back the considerable

,:artbe& (of Maliiies. 'Columns of, Germans have also be permitted on ,the street after 8 He replies: hard use and is today in as goodI I Austrian forces massed there until a

be n!ew ou te ei west of:?Briissels 'and:,proceeding .toward' Ter-; o'clock in the, evening nor before 6 City Intrenched Camp shape .as ever though it has had no general battle ensued about thirty
"Certainly ;Paris is intrenched miles east of Lemberg. After long r
o'clock the morning. ; an
muds aid St )N iIaa; ':From Antwerp came repairs of any kind. _
a dispatch that theciva ,
'' '' --- "No' disturbances have :occurred camp, where;.it 'is important. not to sustained and heavy fighting at this
Rube of the Sarasota Sun,
!',iw hd petitioned,the, government to increase, the since the, troops,arrived except for, a feed 'useless mouths. I advise all Allyn, point the Russians captured several
major domo and commander in
sosiafearing it fe:th e_,,plan::of the .Germans to'bombard" the radical speech last night by'"Muckie". those'who'have relatives in the provinces was chief of the invading army 'and places where the Austrians had taken

"' '" :MacDonald;'preSident 'of mine work to send the women and children up positions fortified by field works,
"""oF ;' George Goolsby of the Wauchula Advocate -
,' ers''union wh defied the-officers.to there." namely at (names deleted by
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TIM;fOinIi." ., .:jftuy. 'aeroplane bombardment of. Paris. occurred to. I was his aide de camp. "
-" Hennionlwe .
and'serve warrant for his M. prefect, of police censor)
come a arrest
'" dad ,A '-"Tt aviator dropped fourbombs, 'One struck house Everybody was enthusiastic about
{ a Newspapers are under 'censor has issued an teler limiting the headlines Of the continued Russian advanceon
t. {. .setting it afire.' ''Solar::as is,known there:were no casualties. SOlo ship. '-: "I i of newspapers to a width of two the sand-oil road except Willis Powell Lemberg there are no further re
o .. .. } 'rifles who came to curse but will, we hope,
; i whet tbe wro4aBe with and cannon but.the ,airman ports.
--- to praise it.
depart
s ; : The correspondent says informa-
< assadorM.vron T; Herrick.has taken charge of the"archivesand Everybody is having a pleasant
; : ; tion says the Russians in spite of the
time in Eustis and
.many complimentary -
... embassies of all the belligerent powers and will, remain in Austrian stubborn defense, will bring
1UcoIw.M : remarks,are heard about the city!
:c }:_; : ;"".RiFORT" THAT TURKEY- : HAS: DECLARED' Paris. The'United States is representedln Bordeaux by John,,W. and about the pilgrimage Mr. Allyn home victory in the long sustained

": i:1: &:": -7 WAR"- -'ON RUSSIA' .. ', Garrett, ambassador to the-Argentine Republic'whn left witb' {the has so successfully 'engineered. battle.
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..;;;'NewYerk,. ,'S,< its LDow-kneeCo.; ;, : ;,-'owes'" of the' Wall 'Street French government. .Ambassador_Herrick,'by remaining' in Paris; WEATHER

," .' ':Jotirnilt; : d ;jl ed the,:following.on its,news.. ticker, .. : is enabled..to afford protection to,_Americaiis- ,':aa'theYambassado-< Florida THE Local; thunder showers CRUISER NURNBERG HONOLULU REACHES

,::. :-"r...h T1doL-.theobarmedrqorts.are. ;: curreutere"*"* ';.. *"'.that",Turkey 1 ..i rial r residenceis,neutral. territory., .. f? Thursday:and Friday. .
1" bade d war..'I't;nicatioui witli Cot18t&Ilinopie "
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F;ihi8 been'eet.. ,,", adtbe.. .:ambassador-- stated AUSTRIANS IN,FLIGHT:AT- LEHB- 'RG; columns even forbids as;:the, maximum.t'ibe'names The of newspapers order? : German Honolulu,cruiser, Hawaii Nurnberg Sept. 2v whose The

;:: ti1 hadnb ef tail.whe' ie would hearfron his government' ,Paris, .Sept. .2.--(Special).--A (official 'C disf i atelI:'from.st:Petersburg -- ".stall be cried in the streets., whereabouts has been a mystery since '

J-V{ ;: : : X' : \ states:that the'Aufltriaa::army at;. g. is'_ ly -- The papers carried-by- -,the-newsbOysa she left here early last month, appeared -

: ;< L muted and the-R 8Si have .t1lria"15 -g <" E _st,. pmt.a:line on their first pages off this port early today. In
';pasta:e&iwi .JIO ':TQ t IOIDAUx; ,LAST,:.NIGHT: ; - > y ; T -' ,-----t",.- - H -*; :',: .Jia.< : ""fte-MBieof.tJ* ; - -'- ipaper" -. caD as" much,'as the time limit of three

Ps4. { heYpresidentofxFrance. .ENGLAND GETS JAMAICAN CROP'OF-SyeARLoadon a:::W "i1lt' 7':-. ..f'A i TOgulatfeaa months imposed has not by yet the expired neutrality, shecan

and ar'n betR '. ........: f'tht - tana;a Jl;_: :. ,.:,Sept.:2.-J SpeciaL;)-' The:preea,'bureaa:has otftatojEHnouBced fsie iaB ofeesksre You will 'not again come here unless she

".' -001 ", .. left $:l O.JrA-.'dock'to ugnt for' :Bor: :., that the',British'govapmeet. has accepted .+:fI._. .... ,..- _p.,, ;' :at.': ;Curtis '& can .show that .in 'the mean time she

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.'., : irg : jw.. wt*;ym bky4e fixed in f' SPECIAL Up.to date painting, papering, etc.,
''' ..... ? ,. : -- flit-Brie a pok.i'ar Wrbll ," Sept_,1Sir Edward I'..harry. take. .*.*_:to.rarr ua' Repair,! LABOR. DAY EXCURSION TO is the kind :want Where to
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f: >?.: :"::; : ''': stnfc 1.-1Ir. fa.. .... ...... '_. .- tl Grey, ;British foreign secretary,.'appeiated .... , .f T125tf... DAYTONA BEACH ? That's phone 636. W. T.

$.:. '. 11 .4....... ... T 1:'. .Bam is hone, ree.la apa, a .special .committee to:;deal : Entrican. easy 1-20-tf
: It __ m% ta* Mr. Joivaeo : where he'has:.been ptaUag;on' the wife rfTcasea, involving' releases-.of WOOD'.FOR SALE Bus leaves Orlando Sunday, Sep
U Cwt ," """ ; ; ,' For,the month of, 'August win tember 6th at six-thirt a. m. returning -
wfe fed dar.. oft local tlhln8.1 fatewi bafi team. I,- cargoes diverted to :England, ;
'- > i ,,H. AY Ward and:f&aiy:are.at the Ambassador Page"reported" today. sell, at my'farm, pm.at 85 cents per Monday evening. Number of Don't wait for every one in tows to
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>.- Wk1 oatU will MM \ strand; andoak: at$1.00 also some passengers limited to ten Fare $3.00 I II have Cntrican, the painter, before
: hat ataitt fttjfl Jim tftlL Eft Mt Bendfiat, : ooting.Mr. I saw logs"heap A. S. Hodges, R. 1, round trip. Don't delay only ten I you try.. Am too busy to look
_ 9.- ago:and ...,B.. L.:BettB is:.home'_from .hisvisit Get the news'first in the Sentinel Orlando. 7-30-lm i iI I cure can go.ticket.See Morton Jones and se- up. Phone 636, and.1 will be on you the

L z; n ......., utlmd, .:"" ;" .. ip 1n> ,GeorgiaMrJohapn .- I i ,We' insure life and loan I I Imoney' a MORTON JONES & SON. Jub.. *? 1-20-tf
..Tw T. P. R. &of.tM-Ca g = '' Powell' has returned PAYING. AND. :CUBBING 09MNANCKAa your you I 8-25-tf
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on real estate at 6 centinterest
< n tteaal etjartfc .'...social tar..hi8-'Jiom. ,, as. .;m.-.cashier,is:home.. Ordinance Guarantee Life& Loan per
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faw M ieen. .< >-" to provide for the paving and ,
at Ho.tor Howe la*' Friday,. nifkt 'Mr.'aid:Mrs.'.C. D.,.Powell are home curbing certain street,, fa the City of Orlando. Curry. ,Building, Tampa, Fla. ,Read advertisements. daily. WOOD I Wood! WOOD( I
.0 Be. it Ordained by the
City Council of the
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,: 1 and nfwyw* A.dsIti, . M, from> :.tfceir?vacation and visit np. in City of:Orlando: "
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Kentacky.' I Section 1. That the following named itreeti
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." vtik Bating. tfc.society. .a nice littlAaaftMbMttt0 . shall be paved with brick of the width
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Pine
-.:, f.\i,i; ... . Ci f' : -: ... . -Mr:: .-Worth gton Blacker is back,: led for etch street and shall be curbed. with DR.GEO.NASHVET1NARIAN Wood Sup
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;Mrs aad.Dime. : North ,Orange Avenue from .WashingtonStreet GhCO plied in any quantity
natal, wham ta)'eBIeMIOrotI a,:feWiWeeks. before 'faking"up. the to Colonial Drive.-fifl. in with brick.
width of 14 feet.
average
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': .c Jut WIit;. ," ti' .practice.of. ,in: Tampa. i .North Orange Avenue Colonial Drive to
( ; > ';The(choir loft ibe enlarged so .I the connection with Lake Ivanhoe Boulevard Insect Killer Will OFFICE PHONE 34 SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE
'fe\rtnI. aato feeds Waited:Wekiwa extension of North Orange Avenue 30 feet.
big' Prof.:Pope'win'be able. .. to. use more of ,Lake Ivanhoe Boulevard extension of North MAGRUDER STABLESOSTEOPATHY. STRANDS
t: Spriafi ,Thwsday;to .cool off.,intfe I RM OR MORE
,the: masical talent. in..the' Congregatiefal Orang Avenue to city limits 1C feet. I II
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South
tpriftf'watar'! 4 . I Orange Avenue from end of brick
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; : :church: services. I at Phillip Garage to Lucerne Circle fill in
_ !dHaryi yoefsees-:'Gate- lately. Wefl: . ..with brick of average width of 14 feet } Your house of f all insects.
,, hat.,>he_, -eea' ;you f, 'He.. ;certainly' :,has. South Gore Orange Avenue Avenue 18 feet from Lucerne Circleto ELDREDGE BARLOW
rt tin."beam": D.riPt-.a d a* becausethere THE ADVERTISING' FAKER: IS Gore Avenue from South Orange Avenue @ttarls 35c. Gall st."
; to Knhl Avenue 24 feet DR. J. C .HOWELL
it, was bore. ..to. 'JIio, : and.,..,Mrs.'Gene. . .ABROAD'Already 1 Euhl Avenue'from Gore Avenue to Southern Telephone 375
i. :Bellows. a=NS.,tat Thawday.WhetMfktMw '.;: I city limits 20 feet. For sale byCwntfcers .. Hours, 10-12,3-5, and by appointmentNo
South
< Central Avenue from Atlantic Coast Line! Street, near A. C. L.
; wilted in'a very : the advertising faker. is Railroad Garland' Street fill;in with brick I extra charge for house treatment
r He.will be here the II 14 feet __ & Gore Tracks
.. .Iou.Ji.' .... .t.week fortunately abroad. by' ,hundreds 'Central Avenue from Garland Street to Telephone connections

..",;.>,. .t, >',be:oily:."a J-.smashed. baggy within a"s1 ort'time. ,Florida is. :Western Central city Avenue limits from SO feet.Main Street to'' West I. Once cor. Orange and Central Ares. 9llmr
.and.."'hard faR'lei JIrL.:Tom Davis, easy' picking.: He can get .$100 ,to 'Street fin in with brick of width of 14 feet
$, .'who. ,wa --,ridag. ,. in...the'boggy,. cawed $250:out .of.::every .small.community :merlin Central Street Avenue 24..from feet West. Street to Sum-I
t '.by'a' faaareX the. ;steering-gear. ;:on without: ,InYoubleand' .always Lucerne Circle -circle 18 feet )l11)tee'II\'I.'JI'
: w ..Mr.' Frewoan:.HenUr's'aoto. :to. work from.the'men who'will not',advertise Avenue-Robinson 24 feet.Avenue from railroad, to Orange I ..

.'r .. ".. _:pr r HtrLy'g .. .-_ I I in the newspapers:because "advertis- East Robinson Street Avenue 24 feet from Orange Avenue to
,Aad i_ ow that.tkk;:J lesson Is freshwhy M. dOe.n't'pay. ," Magnolia Avenue from Robinson Avenue to
: not i t. observasee All:-Ii"over' thstate you will find Colonial Drive 24 feet. '
ti .. : s upon'proper. Hughey Street from Central Avenue to W.M.SLEMONSMEN'S
H ._of speed. 'regulations on.the_part swinging mile posts:-which cost the American Street 24 feet :
Main Street from Confederate Monument to
r i h,.'.of""all, ..a.. te .driven-- ?" 'We, have seen. advertisers tens of thousands of dol- Washington Street full width of present road
':'ears go:'throegh, oar:streets. at 35_or lars. 'The posts refuse,to. swing, and way Washington Street to Robinson Avenue .
24 feet
> 1 t. 49,..miles" :,)erJ"'I'J' r :and-' several" ,very the advertiser who paid $50 .to, $100, > Main Street from Jackson Street.to Lucerne '. '.. \,.." .
. ,, ., for space on the'posts and find their Circle. 24 feet '1 .0. '
k Barrow from collision espe-:
_ j escapes Bain Street from Jackson Street to Church .,' .
l ;:' ."'at'croaaagt. .'and ::taming' cOr.U ad., tamed away from the road,' or full width. ::.:>, > ..
.'. : hidden completely from view by the Street, Wat'Street.24 feetAnderson Central' Avenue to Anderson

r n erg.The?Boy,:"Seoat* enjoyed"a'pro'. weeds, :or: :knocked down, .or pulled Street Street 24 feet from West Street to DeLaney ,

r. longed oifig at Wekiwa. Springs. last. down, and generally disfigured, is the DeLaney Street from Anderson Street to
.' Gore Avenue. 24 feet
: advertiser who .
t: i 'week,y ;#-a' tt says 'advertising Jackson Street from Orange Avenue to the MOHAIR SUITS
f ti ,Mr.., and Mrs;. S.kB.'-Self ..retornedl'l doesn't pay." Atlantic Coast Line Railroad full,width of
:;1 hone tat. .. .weak ''from. 'the ,uvupn8I'l I Why'*do these fakers work small present South roadway.Street from' Orange Avenue to Atlantic
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|IJ| ;where she:has.best'far: a,;-time, and communities roadway.Coast Line Railroad'full width of present

r they Bd not retern alone.,,.either, ,ReT "Because. in cities advertising., is Anderson Street from DeLaney Street to HALF
; -" .. Lake Street. 24 feet , PRICE FOR CASH AT
done by experts--advertising men- :
:port saysRs. a.boy... Lake Street from Anderson Street to Pal-
_ 1 :'A very.qokt.,wedding eoiplaee at who wouldn't' listen to 'one, of these mer Concord Street Avenue 24 feet from Magnolia Avenue to :. ". ':; ':;-' : . -- \ '

''J (.the..:CoBgregational.parsonage.August fakers 'for _a minute-not, a little Trenton Street 24 feet. .
\.\ :,29th- when Mi i': LadleJohnson.. 'of. measly minute.-dearwater Sun. HQlcrest Broadway.Avenue 24 feet from Magnolia Avenueto
h Ohio and Elawr EaloWofWinter.Park Boone Street from Church Street to South
Street full. width of present roadway.
||: were_ meted in marriage. Plans 'JAPAN TO ADD TO FLEET Boone Street from South Street to Irvine

!j were aU nade for.the wedding'at thebMe'shoae'but -' Street Marks 20 Street feet.from Orange Avenue to-'Lake-

r\ : .'.Rev. ,a E..:Enlow, Tokio, Sept L-Announcement is view Avenue 24 feet; Lakeview Avenue,from '"
,' Marks Street to Lake Ivanhoe. IS feet
: n fatfcw W:the. groom. ,'was confined to made. that the ,government will 0 sk Church Street from Garland Street to Par-

,|n| ;the, bed:,and the. ceremony. .was--peril the I diet for.an appropriation. of 66,- ramore Church Street Street 24 from feet.Main to West Street W. M. SLEMONS

:.formed., .'atnhe hopeof.the: groom "A 000,000 yen .(about $28,000,000) for, a fill in with brick. ,
I fl f wedding,daner was',served to the imP war.fand. and 10,000,000 yen ($5,000 I Railroad American to Lucerne Street from Circle Atlantic. 24 feet.Coast Line
,mediate famiti*.by Mr. and'Mrs. atiW. 000)' with which to build destroyers. Adopted September 1, 1914. ORANGE AVENUE
: 'Johawa;,:gsreMs' of the bride. I E. F. SPERRT.Mayor..

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tl : :are act.ef eriag stop,'worn goods, I OFFER Dorothy Kelly and James Morrison. They can't be beat.

FoeM. Syr : J high class goods the prices of With a $LOO purchase of any article in our
; Syria> have bee volBatarily reduced, store during this sale at regular price,'we will
"A TERROR OF THE NIGHT
i RDIcIIiN Cob. Syria**, is;a.saviig of 20 to:40 per cent. give FREE 1 25c bottle of our'famous Dero #

Kpd KMT ; disinfectant,, One bottle of this Dero disinfectant
An Edison which portrays the ninth page in the active
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": ; ue. that will destroy bed bugs, flies, mosquitoesand
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Dean's you just says:
Mosquito Bite Cure
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laughable breezy
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:,1p) Carbolic Acid, Oil Penny- put on by producer and his players and makes a good
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C Rum Anderson in a strong picture.
jin,say home": These( ; Bay

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" :Coppoti,.lb = : soaphisSpeci4Sale, doz: 95c Programme. Absolutely the greatest combination of
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Evening Post To-day and whatit
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We have Crutches in all has to say about it. It must be the best or it would
;; ; 5OltaiteMei: ft ..... not constipate. We are-agents.for this sizes, Regular Price, $1.50, not be there. We guarantee all of these productions.We .
: ;rIW':.Iwtl:.(W ) Ale and will refund the money up to invite you to read our contract which we have had
J ., .' ...-.. dozenbottles if it does not do all we SALE PRICE, 98c framed and placed in the Lobby of the theatre for that
,CaM. ()I.. ) Itt Especially; recommended for stomach
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Think of paying $35.00 for the use of a picture for

Save liaoaey by buying our CARE OF TEETH one day. This price is for the picture alone, but when
a' ta&spiees.: More'for,your beautiful Lady or Gentleman.brush, finest This the advertising paper is counted in, it costs us about $40
mosey and always fresh. quality bristles that will \ This 25c tube of Chapin's to $45 in all. Never before has Orlando had such ex-

> .CLOVISf; GINGER =1 r give,you years of service Tooth Paste and a 25c pensive productions. Think it over and tell us just how
p! MACE ALLSPICE S j' sold regularly for '1.00, Tooth Brush for 38 cents. you appreciate it.
now on sale for 71e, a Regular v lue, 5jc.
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lDAlLY: ;, .- ', p erced,the tafl and plunged into the 'were there. Payne' says, "There is no ures pf the Louvre will not be 'destroyed ,
.. 1-ti '- i tree. I]place like home," and we agree with according to Robert Weeks

\' .(If;Fit* 'G.'M ke)"' "My nAil:had'nailed the tail to the J l bib, especially if your home is in DeForrest, 'president ,of the New Oldest College and Most Beautiful Grounds in Florida

;Ne Yosk ;Ssk.1-Never: m:ourltfe 1 tree: ., Geneva. York City art commission, who returned -
; the'animal as much alive College Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Art Do
: 'tele'that 'But} was i from the war zone last week. ,
,. ,have we kei$, "a.' , _.equals' :as ever, ,and.struck out viciously at GERMANS WON'T DESTROY ART Both sides have held art of all kinds mestic and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Course.
the tale:,.. e 'a.tall 'that..is. .me with his sharp forward hoofs TREASURES almost sacred, Mr. DeForest said. Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection -

1.hf,.;,- : i"JR' i:Sept. er when I. approached. ,I had no''moreammunition I fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dollar

,'iI J e1die; ,Oatiflg-:Kip i e:: and debated what to do.|,' -- endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ,
,. -,' J. ,New York; Sept. L--If Paris is "It pays to belong"-to the list of
-' : but.one Finally ,I decided to return to camp a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new
,It'tl a'tsl&by. 'a- aid. ,' \ taken by the Germans the art treas- Sentinel want advertisers.
; ; and borrow rifle from one of thel] I rooms for business school full banking equipment. New

4 ieea't i have to' 'b:' :W'adamedthing: under-. other boys,. if any ,of them had yet -;- chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every
.,eiptt ('aletf ry or:'sbpadto; : returned."I .' modern device;-analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water.

:,stand it=aer,'t.o--beeeae. .. .,ama' >ted, .by it ',was;back-with'a rifle in a half Preparation for engineering course. .
w, R so 'tappeaed. tbatF.1:' .,.O.tIIda't te an hour,'but did not have occasion,to ABSOLUTELY THE W LATEST 'MUSIC Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football,

!tai his ;first ,regular: ,name shoot.again. .' -The deer was still there, Christian, but undenominational; expenses moderate.
;'ortoftke' i aiir-Wa'ifflg: : .-. __ m': the nailed'to the,tree,,but. he was dead.While Scholarships available. For catalogue address
n.eu"tIte Big'K >e e. !was.gone for the rifle he'had' Can be 'found in our stock at all times. If

one;|g'liideene.A.t''hi..- . : discovered' died,of galloping,lock-jaw. from the you wish to have the songs that' are popular WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN,
feat])*:' lad'easedh6:: u regular rust :of-the nan." .

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Qylot in t thesoedpP.declinedFE.0.: : : ,returned; home' Thursday-

Mp"Icte4'?.i.Testy!:nail. :oufof: my after' ,.a.-visit of several weeks withrelatives . GRAND VIEW
1?*_ droned"it .,..,bMd to,.p.Aed home a'wad :other poi 1t.S.iD Georgia., She reports AND WATCH 'OUR FILES AND SHOW WINDOW

ad w!at out big tai partridges." :avery pleasanttime. -
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tie,jfcwt.. .. ..No'__ :parndgesn are__ inrffhttut Lain spent the..week end"in, Sanford. 1L Newest and most up-to-date hotel in
," .rf> Vie, a feae young visiting. :',frieads. ,. W.S. :BRANCH ,
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; wrirl**" i ewjF. 'the Tampa are visiting,. Miss Alice Coffeeof'this'plece. .0
: ii sUwKug with his .- The Arcafc Bk Mi Mask SimFllttAL Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River

: -Misees Jessie and Lois>> Grant, are

lID.'f. .' E.t .'Q., iek:1rith.- ::fever"from" : which.we,hope- Valley. One of the finest views in Wes
"list *. ,a6eet iaaeeYfr n. me, they..may ion recover. .
.': .h aetiftI11 i I ; Kate.Flylit'und'aunts Misses .. .
gwikh tail: Miss : tern North. Carolina.
Wy;goa.to:,>my:"skerfder and Lacy and Janie,Plynt; have.returned! r Sllarnrnon

..i.I.p: ,f. id?;.l; ;asst wfeered'tkAtkAd .. from vied with-relatives- and. friends- I .

tegr PJ,.lwM., .,...d. .witk..,_ Wy,. 'a"rosty in::Forsyth, Ga. <
--Iff Rev. .<;Stooe, assisted by Rev... Parsons MRS. J. R. !
,.!;O. tiMB !... OB' to .i-tMt 'of' Titusvflk, ,is conducting a McFADYEN +
irfeik lie back: co 4,te: 1ap hk series''of' nwetings- 'at': the Baptist IDtECTfttS Aft EMBAUKIS s

tea_AgakMt a sees, be J F.::S.JO.) was charch. "

rapped,ia WMt'IIMMaWM' ;Mrs:W. F Brannen, of Palatkae REAL. VALUES LOW PRICES 6-zo.d&\y CANTON, N. C. .

to? Itwe: da't', ., '1 visitinf her peace,'Mr.and Mrs W. lll' llllllllll'llll IIIIIIII.III'I"I"I. .
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peruill...... ."...Iarid I5iore .Mee ;Lya, :'Ge r" and :MabelDeaer.ba

than:, zR"" .. fTo. warred .J VMA M MMAn WKl'JXvRi 4naVk; 'tt JFf nl AAAM lBiHBVYtGR ,OUR: -FURNITURE JOHN :B, STETSON UNIVERSITY
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+wt" ,. . 'We pmkie the-quality of furniture i that has long .
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twd ;:..itiae M. beak. 'eoalhi' :)In>Charlie. ','"ChSftofi- ,:ofv : :. ;beea' aeeepted-by:ksewiog' famifeare bayera ,as:'the TH. BEST .SCHOM. & ?:. FOR YOUR CHILDREN

:.toRere W.--, ,vitk toIn ,:.t iL itiafa rpar! tsMr., dad ". &- :tlM....idofiMrit If,an articled:here itis good. Send them.to Stcts n. Fall Term Begins Sept.!25.
'BtoodF.RO.iawtil. asp s.. eaa" q..Jlif: 1 < .:. wwOda'Vbt fee were otherwise. We n't mfcetkfe 1o Profoaon'and Isttraeton College of Liberal Art

_,:" UPt,. :ka w'y esded .' J& La p'. uWa".." pant too dc r-it IB'_OM if,#hefeelt'etoeeeraacfe 28 17 Act9 Unhenity Cunpos Bafldia0 College College of of Law Technology_

lau .r butt tiltght. haw ntaaat* te tMrhtiM hart __._ Baii4ert,aid'.that. .mesas Vaif buyer .. ,cat t1H1.r Stadcnta BftOWCftl LIlt Year Cortege of Bosineu
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MDi Wmc'my eyt dnm p"*tty WIll ttr a delid- Nett sipMtdIS .,... -- ' ," flO.OW Pipe Organ School of Mechanic Academy Arts

irlQ .=eight%I'wa tetl,. tie rfPt New Tads eed d1wt-] ..'" '. _j NtL&MVIAL.Y UBtnzpaaaed 10 Large Laboratories General. Equipment for Science School School of of Music FIB Arta

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: J1 M R h hri :n..SIl TeHel, mee car,was)ditOr'W.B.-: Harris of : :of the H'-- ,
r\. ft* |0tfMl. .. cl.r-i : ., .... 11... .._..' '
' .... ... t the Eissimmmee Valley Gazette and
I lI 1. _cT"r. ,'!'; Germans
1. I! sirr"......,iMi n.k_,II_ 'ua--J.,. ,,,. : Mr.,Joseph Griffin The party from
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h ; ,., ,. :; .' Tampa was composed .of'I. S. Craft, London, 2.-c-Th
Ostend
Sept.
_ 'Y'I J .tC : '! l. Paris, Sept. 2. The Antwerp correspondent correspondent
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.:.ft .
diNes -
Frank Bruen .M. E. .
11 :z-....." tile offiee fc wrtttefl "of the Petit.Parisian'gives Bartholomew: ; G. of. the Express qoutes
.. .. ...... ..... TaftsFrank :
C. O'Brien ,
l riIh and Tucker
: Leon Hiarda senator of Hainsault
this eiplantaion .of the ofGeaeral ,
as.
.... presence
eiaM 'ft tM nfpbr nkM u.&tRL1'I&II
l.t.'.... .....' .."..,.'._.',.$. iil..T. :' "" ",:,; .. -- ;,Leman, ,the. Belgian commander -:;f Savage., testifying "that the Germans killed Day by Day we are
in i The boosters proved Jo be early j their'own severely wounded the
at Liege Magdeburg. a on
ij;1 THURSDAY:3EPTBIBER 3,191!. p i ner' f-War:, risers and before their departure vis-1(battlefield, only tending those who
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,, I '"On August 17 General Lemansumroned ,was ited- many points of .interest in the I would soon recover."' receiving shipments

hU : ;:SeveraorTrawaeM's, advwe"to,the by the Germans to surrender city,.all speaking in the highest praise There are many signs,.according to
the Liegeforts. He.refbut I l of.the metropolis of inerior'Flo the dispatch that the, .Germans suffered
1 i ;good. ,. : ,l
faittore ,
.g' : 'as tJ situation -was then'desperate Frank Bruen, who is president of heavily at Mons. Returning :for our

f, |11| ;DoOi. favor- lynch fiug'for'; foodjpri :and it eras impossible,to hold out'J the Tampa. Gas company, and is one remnants of those who were in ,the

_, j < '.boosters-. . against another-',bombardment, he, .of that city's most enthusiastic boost. fight spoke bitterly of British coax

rj'; ,'.'" ' called;.his officers .together Fort 'ers, was almost* won over to Orlando, age. One force of 2,500, 'British it is
f ."Let l 1-, D. : LoBcm' and,said: .* his loyalty to Tampa being the only stated must have accounted for thousands FALL
:OB; hope :the; blade, forms fodeelaratiosaof'wa r TRADE.
Ili 'in.. have aY6u have<< valiantly fought foyour r. thing that.prevented his .complete ,of Germans. All along theirline
: Europe>>
;; h> ed'. eccialeted.A country but the straggle has become surrender to the charms of this city. of retreat they had prepareddefense a

t\1' :- : '0: ': .impossible and jt, is foolish to made with bags'Ml of potash

.' :-d..llWlt..R1"C'W1. .':.l.Lr. ..JII t.t over' --:the United try,'further." Honor. has been saved .,CONTRACT LET FOR TWO REVENUE !found in a neighboring factory.

Std., A F... '.Hill.actas_ i'.peacemaker. ," is"the and'the:hour' is',come when we must I CUTl'E.RSII 'i Through these were placed Maxims .5 Just to hand are deliveries
p. -aa' e.:hAage- : separate. :'J.,have decided to die here and on top German helmets. The -
way: eac Why
--1" reeeeeitY
'f' f t711 1te peace;cif,Ute ..w.ris'ert'. I Loncin. shall be my tOmb :Washington, Sept Constructionof first time the Germans came up to -
k, If' 'f'" "All .the officers declared that they II two new revenue cutters waif these seemingly .friendly lines the: of "

|I'Jc .Foronee'ahe; ' .M_married,0" men- .have ._it would- still fight and die with their awarded today to the Newport News Maxims spoke:'and soon no Germans .

4. tontke'. .. 'b eMJe I., With: .sUiar'going general Again the cannon than Shipbuilding and'Dry Dock company were left
fij' : they'.'db.wfhave1"to :feed-,theirneighbor's ; dered and then those'in the fort were at a;total contract price of $396,000.' ., -
:
_ % :d aght ra J(fine,;candies.'j silenced, after which a terrible explosion They must be completed in ten PRIVATE BOARD-The Longmere,
took months. at Daytona Beach, can accommodate NEW SILKS
;1 0 place. ;faZEPPELIN six or seven people at
$6
_ ", ..Tarpon"Springs, is 'hoping" that. '"Genera1'Leman and. his officers AGAIN ,DROPS BOMBSIN week. Two people $10 per week.per
t|Greeee ,win 'not; become,. in the fort General Leman ANTWERP Address C. M. Longe, Daytona Beach,
Survived
,>;w,;as many of;,the Greek :spongeJfefeenaea
: : and from' the ,debris he 'was London,Sept., 2.-A dispatch,to the Fla. 9-3-3t in
: woildleave; ,,< |Harm f ,; '- taken a 'prisoner to: Madgeb rg. It Renter Telegram company from Ante Don't forget the Sentinel want ads.

t t'J '_ was. Emperor William's order thahewas werp says that a Zeppelin airship
'. u on , They are money makers.
i ,0 - allowed to his sword."' passing' over the city this morning
keep, i
it ,
'
In allowed
tl:':::prifit: Paris::a:BO headliae Bewspaper, 'more',is:than, two : dropped several' bombs. .One struck II111111111111111111111111McCUllOGU'S ,THESE SILKS ARE SOME OF THE
the railway, doing no damage, but
!if eokaaitt :wide;,and .if;'the .same,:rule IN, NES' PRELIMINARY TRIAL others ten-houses. -
'f|was;enforced in,some 'American_ cities THURSDAY'OR'rWDAv' seriously damaged VERY LATEST THAT THE MANUFACTURERS
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..Hhere. ..'.wooM. -be'no'- -- t
.., newspapers.BerKn . ...
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1 . -, ". . I GERMANS BLOW UP A HOTEL AT .
f "- '0'- : ',San'.Antonio, Te&, Sept. ,2. Mr..I NAMUR t OF LYONS, FRANCE

reports a-great Germanvic-: and'.Mrs."Victor E.. Innes, of Eugene,'
I
;tery;over the Res i aai JSt Peters- Orel; in jail herechafged-with murder - London, Sept. 2.-' A dispatch to the Departfflent Store DESPATCHED BEFORE THE DECLARATION .
: ; ;Times from Ostend American
5- '.1Iirg-'lIy.it is' aetTso: 'St.. "Peters- in connection with the_mysterious says an
5- birg:aeeertethe'Rseehans: 'are'SteadiI -' disappearance! of Miss Beatrice Nelms ,who_ permitted to pass the 'Ger-I OF \VAR.Nothing .
: and Mrs. Elois Nelms Dennis of Atlanta man lines reports that the invaders :
t: ;:' advaa wg J tolPtuseca.: Berlin "
iMy$>;&t'H.a j not" so.: 'Fortunately ; Ga., will'be given! an examining . have blown up the hotel Deville in I

''. ,,tfc.y.uw.pelsary.language. elsethere .trial Thursday or Friday,.it"was Namur.MIIMIIMIIMIIMIItltl. Jelly Tumblers '

Ii might' be;:c'trwWe' 'between:Rust stated. today. Newer in
,It was ,intimated: they will .waive
aad Gaa+ :
rI't Fruit Jars
r examination;and then sue out a writ

_ t -, ''The:_Associated: : ::5 j.."carried; the. !,t;'halieasicorpas. ', T.F.BWRfflAN Imported:|Silks jean

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l atioaalrdifi atch thatPreeiiest Licensed Plumber and all
>ea. yesterday: kindsPreservifll
WILL
'Wdeond, counted'to : ,NOT RESTRICT SALE OF Sanitary Engineer

; ;'t i'aJpiraniont, . of:ooBgress---neon4&tl .. TOBACCO Estimates Furnished. Jobbing be shownNEW
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a towt asd iMeri y.ixeatiites 1 Promptly Attended to., H
i: 'm PM ei Pre deet Wilson; Clarksville,: Tenn., Sept. 2.-The
: ; consentedto"an PHONE 6z9 Kettles
.'adjoarnment;aboet six board of. directors of.the Planters' '. I !
iIieat\ sign.,(mJd B iealJ ,.the'same Protective:association' has'decidedpewit ; to 106: Court Street
membersto sell tobacco without DRESDEN EFFECTS .
term ,:hot cofigrese, i8i'ir 'dilatory mm .
., ,. FLOIBAI
restriction. as a result of the,market
..'aeee _'than -I I 20 9raige Aveaae.iflMMIIMI .
" sitUation. Thirty: thousand fang 4-jl-lm .1.1IHimiiMMIIMMMMH NEW MOIRE WEAVES . ,: ., :
a said to be affected. '
ers .are .
,)tI:U ertreawly probable that SenBryin ..
: titer ,N/P. ."'- (Will i be appointed r. THE NEW GLISSADE SILKS .

judge,, f the U.'S:circuit court of_app: I IIIII.IIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII. IIIIIII lllllllillllll'.1 (

.peals.i*;made, 'Intro'wit ,event vthe. 'next the,.",,appointment_thirty" days : ,Does your:Kodak take a good picture?' If not we will examj j ROMAN STRIPES ,. '.

r; it, nL.he"Gevemor
',.to-- ;appoint- a'United incoeeeor States is--senator elected. 'at toe'untBbis 10 CENTS ROLL: -


_ 5 'TraaaeH the:. November' ".-has-'ktimated': .election.",that f Governor'should : "McELROY'S HA.RMACY BENGALIES .'. .. >.:...i


y ,it fall,- to him to'wake an appointment! '' luck ta Bra FHNE 21. loeCreui.MHiMIMtilllllMMIMIttlMMIIIHIHMMIilMMIIiMiMMiMMM OTTOMAN CORDS -
E, ,he would like to.-appoint- a newspaper 'ftBI. IeMvery .. *. TryMr L.:

;aan,": ngreeogmiontO: _the'great ... .
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J, '. .- . PEKIN STRIPES f
-i service- ,the'aewspapers, have rendered ,' !.
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O. to Fl rida'.Jn development: 'along ItiiliimiiltitliiMMilMBIilliUHHIIIillitiMliMiMllliinilllll_ . .
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,all"lines"of'--_.; ;Doubtless the CHAMELEON SILKS '

geveraor,;has seine editor m:'mind "

:worthy of.the' hich'., 'ho'.. or; bntheceeld'BettbeetOW PUSSY WILLOW TAFFETAS: n :a

'it'more, deservedly '
and with 'satisfaction "
: :greater to the

;people of,Florida_than'by appointing

:a",:cit en: ;of his',home. county' ,' Gee I t' JfWflRY fOR THE WfDDING! i: k'

: E.:. M., Law, ,editor of, the Bartow: , ,
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t. Coirier-IaforBmat: ,Few men' 'in .
BLACK
'f ';Florida)have rendered greater service '. f. : For the:bride,. countless things in Silver, Cut -." ;'::: . AND WHITE SILKS WILL: BE

: i ':to the sUte" wad tie.Sottth than 'this .Glass and Fine China. Rare jewels of ;every de- -. '.. EXTREMELY FASHIONABLE.

,+' :'gmrfed, old 'veteran 'who" b:'rigtheLet I', .:-'; 5-.'.- .scription. . :: l"' : .
1. ) HMiestww.of bin Asa ,; ; :: .
career. ., = ' > ASK TO SEE THE NEW
ttUte'ke eervii-fire Sooth valiantly :: : .": For Bridesmaids, Ladies of Honor, Flower "
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?:;- : Girls Bracelets Pins La Val- .
Brooches Bar
: .and with hjfflbr.to hiasself.that i '-entitles - _: ; ,- etc., ,. i- TAPE.STRIPE. EFFECTS

': :hWto":the;lm and esteem;,of _-.' Hers, Wristlet. Watches, Silver Vanity Cases,:. '

'.' 'every'ni' of.the.. :Loet'.Cause.: .Reincilia ..:- Purses, Card, Cases, etc. .f>: '4

; raakjng'liviag Confederate majorgesral :" 'TT ;;. For the ushers-Cuff Links, Coat Chains, Two:" 'q: "
I hat aside from Ills service tohis v
1'; t XPocket Chains Full Gala and
: Dress Sets '
: state and theme South ,duriDg.tJi:1NIt Silver. ; ;. .
; _:-, <: Pen :Knives Pencils etc '. >?:;! NO PRICE INFLATIONS.
; civil.coaikt,:hi has served the ;,<, ,': .'. f ". '. c;,,;
:shitewell ko ther.walks'of life,' ,As "
; ::1 :/:: : : Let us help. with i wedding J
.
: :presideat;of the:Seuth;F1orida'Ki <:, you 'your present. .
.
:Mary-Academy, ..at. Bartow" and m__'other. I t e2' problems; :: ., ;r;'; ,t .. :' ; ,

} hmssdinee. he' :"devoted'. .,many of theyears : ..,: 0 _, > .
:Met 'of his'igeto the cause'of : '

:education.l.' F In' hk' declining years as p .. .... .. ', ',. :'.' ::..

'edSer- .... ':.. ', '->of,->,'the'leading.newapaepees ;.. ; c."
.' ',he:Ie:still:reB4eringgreat . ,St -
service .
-. :' :;"x } i: ; .
'Jn.the' .
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upbuilding of Florida: TheeuUte J Dl KSO 1VESi( CO.
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t life;;l I .bee ideWted; -;to rile ;, -.r .... -
;pablic: service<<(: 'U4'abte'' and

.. > wwthy. .he,:has 'nwer.been hoaoredwhii ;
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;Y ',. :public off,' ..'.-'.True'rari'appeac#- T.I1.vanstheJeweIer: :

". fit' \:,for' so,'hrief;a-'time. ;'would be DEPARTMENTAL STORE

:pw Iy: homey::lest tW'Hw'he:: a -

n 7 1imv, .jif&wr&u.. ,] . -'.ofwhem ,, : : ,. c' .,. .. : # :. { ;. :' .. ," ,: ; = tANPo'S SHOPPING

.._ ", ':tke whole, -.Settfe,_ -- "adores.ft .... : .. c._ ..: . .. 'I -4' i-- .FAypEITE PLACE
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wo...i...::at.appomtment. 1 which :, .. ';.. 'r2.< 'C": -:: :-:' -t ;: .:. 4 il
Mpl'.U eritietse' aad which,would ' '
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..a'. '.., rrpis.that, wets : as :b j, ,usf I ,FAV tTE, :T1EATMMimiMinmiMMIIM .Tke.,'Star :made::'referee ,',a; fewdips -1) 1r

; <4g 0iP "'*. v .... mush is nied.f.i .', "He"says that ," ::':, --, in.l ago to'tbeTpnbshillty ,of the' '
:-MOiituic* r1 Ma':not' 'fa1 .Fd' : '. :,OJaZJ.. .. :.. ...,"_ 8:18 r ft. .. Florida.,Citrus} ; Exchange l&peming a ; '

tmIJLA.. ; i that- piaee..IBa'I. ,., :'tke,"kt. 5ii.. w'.'- to =j F t-v! t r5 leeatl. brash in Oeala_for the adjacent. territory. " ,'.
,
; ? ,.. :!J1::_ .top- : We ,can ,now:' state that. the "
>' ,:; ,' $ .. J'1; ,::: ..... ., -..r x --! venture is'a settled :

., .. .. a. 't. t"t i.' .tt.,_ .. :1"''" :...: T,," ; +. : r I .Mr. A. R. -Sandlin,:of. Orlando, 'an f

*II .Mnff. P" 11M. <,W'f",1i..'___ .,tof ? TODAY'S,PROGRAM experienced 'citrus fruit. ,man,."will '.-,. "
/,., _" '" ,; f. ,_ _; "._ , .. I
Jon.Btam. 0" Bei IL, .A"-- 'bey .IAAVAA 'T omi'o -- the office of ,the sub-exchange ,
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open
JVMWOrlUtCl 9 *:Extra! Three'reeLfea "The :
; ; 1 : : ,; .miarfir. oIie .'.at'.6:30"Sffliday:., morn-, Great:.Lore of Paris."" A drama in' here on the 4th. He ,has"'rented of. 'GeI t It ItAt t MIen's"g
'; ,(to;Mr."'4 M&;.W.,M. Vee- i.leek'gSeptea ahbo.l her-r 6,:iete Jug- :Monday three parts.,' fices, in'the 'Monroe & .Chambliss.National ,

tal, sip Digit psoad beyam:Msad&Y i I evseisr: Faw, $8 for.the round trip,. 101' Bam. "In the Wolves' Fangs.Clifford bank block.and-will employ a 4 .
In two parts'featuring Wm.. .. ,-,
JdPt.jl- j Secure year that, 'Dann's tranrfer. and Marie. Walcamp.Joker. .. stenographer.through:the,active part
i" ; i.:, l . 9- ', { ': 'Pay' the Rent.: ''Comedy of the season. The management of ." .. .. .
Mr.j' ".>:_ ) i'r '" f,. ;-:i:;.. -t ".:.., .. ' c1aa produced: by Grace' Cunard. the home office Tampa: speaks -" : "' .. .r

fNa'' ',1'I' .. t..r JlI'.. t: .t," --,?' !to" : ':Mr. J, E.'.Tracy, one of'the piefieerkuiaeea :'. 'Also Six.reels'Prof.in Newell's all. orchestra... highly.of Mr.,Sandlin_as a citrus fruit ".- .: :."

Jj By!-.":.J .: r+men:of Taft;sfeat yeeterday'Orlande. Admission lOc..and.5c. expert Give us a chance to show" ':,

'5*_* .."'JiHr. ;" :;:. } ; : iti .' Mrs;Tracyv,has severed ; The Ocala sub-exchange" will, have ; you the newest styles in ,

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is:,:nod .aaoag the,.anivle : :' and it be information We will "
--t. s: :Works aai. will move, Ms f aaily.tothia.cir''en may interesting trade in your present .,
.the San JBM last,., d' I" : ,he-. will engage- in- .'.Joseph Puttenger 'and 'Miss to our readers, to state that watch or movement, allowing -

-J- :- J; !!, .-. : b'i ee!'. Aurelia Winkler' were quietly married this territory shipped 300,000<) boxesof liberal J

1&.waKei DI BMB.rdanod. 'fromtrip ,._ .: .!.', last evening at the home of Mr. and fruit last season, so it will be avery you a amount.

& .....t ;'to:New'|York,:"Phik-. laid: Mrs.,Geo.,:;C. :Keller,'leave Mrs. .Henry Benedict, 114 East Central important sab-exchange 'Mr.. If you have any idea of

..a..i..I.::':"i. M.'ttIMf'eiti&" -," " this',afternoon':for.Kentucky,.and at- avenue, Justice J.; Van.Buskirk Sandlin has rented a home on 'South getting a watch we would ap. ,

".'t ,., ,)' *' ;: Daavflle :Mrs.., Keller :will visit ,her performing the ceremony. Immediately Third street and will move his family ' O preciate the opportunity,' ..
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Harry;Broader/H.:C..Dtfflcan, and pareata'for a few weeks. Mr. Keller following the wedding the hap- here in a few days. Ocala Star. showing you. .ik .

J.. cC EMM*?,'ef< ,Ttvr ,:case over will visit' his mother at'.Harrod burg py couple left for Sanford where they Our prices will surprise _.

to Orkn4o Weiaoeiay.sftiraeoa,by for '.couple (- Weeksand then, re- will take;the ..Clyde steamer for the FUNERAL OF L., P.WESCOTT

,. : tarn home.President north and ,will 'be absent about four

-M. -: ... weeks on their bridal tour, then re
The funeral of Mr L. P. Wescottwas you.AllenftCo
,,'.;Hiss,. : .Gnn,'iI..ri' ,tie 11.' ,aad:Miss: 'W.';:.F.Blackman of RolI I turning ,to Orlando to make their. held from St Luke's Cathedral
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;;r .. e-W1.. i hit:1etfee.. liDS college, and,Mrs Blackman.who: home. yesterday morning, Rev. Herbert L
Cteeago. : aad petete,.fajMiehigin and- have i'spending.e"iime in the i' ::Both Mr.. and Mrs. Puttenger are .
-- Cary-Elwes officiating.The
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JMiii,: ; : north-willssB today.from_Boston for I natives of Austria but have been in U
,. .,,> I :* burial chants and two hymnswere Jewelers
; Jacksenvffle. via Clyde' steamrfup! this,country for several years. The '
. sung, and the in the fam-
grave
"..."fE.t.W.. De VM 'left, yealerday Arapahoe. They" will arrive at 'Winter -I bride has been making her home with
'fee"- \M-. lru. "s'" ,ptefeesianalr ; Mr. Benedict for the ily lot at the cemetery was .covered D Reliable Repairing4iltMIDHiitllHIIIIIMtt
'.Gameiilh; Park.early next week.: and Mrs.' past with fragrant blossoms.' ,
[ ,bwioefis.: Be wffl'retua:b'ridayaf: : three years,:and is a pretty and accomplished .
The Messrs. Phil
pallbearers were
.... & ,Mr. Isaac S.'Craft, one of Tampa'slive young lady, while .the
' Slemmons, S. E. Ives, Jr., T. H. Evans
: { t ,P.. wires,:was in Orlando yesterday, groom is 'a. valued employe. of the and Col. Bradshaw.

Mr..C,'C.:.Hall, one of.Pine Caitle'sve coming}up from Kissimmee in his. 0.-K., Bakery.
""tati citUonf, wee'j .Imiitransactor and
$- _Six" touring car joining ,
G'_ '.- ",,'at', the .eosaty" : 'seat- the,good roads boosters on their CHILD INJURED BY FALLING, SEWING PARTY U
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l. .. dt1! pilgrimage to',Eustis. While not engaged SWING D
:[ in looking after the welfare. Yesterday at Ocoee while Mr. and pleasant. little sewing party was i

.:dir M.:'L Dettifi*,.wfco a k eesfieeted. the'reetof, his_ party'Mr. Craft was M s.' J.._ 'W. 'Graves his "mother and held at the home of Mrs. Ethel Bell I

with(:the ....,.jBe t':oeeapany: ofTampa kept busy ,shaking hands with his sister were sitting, in a large porch Stevens, on'. West Church street,j 16 c1!

speet, ywt day. in; Orlando many Orlando friends, swing,, Helen. Louise, their eleven Wednesday afternoon from two to J I. = o==

,oa ; months old daughter in her grand- four.- 'Those present were,Miss Dora
:1
: : ,Speaking of' the general improvement mother's lap, the beam to which the Kelley, Miss Mattie Priester of San-]J] '

:Passing:thiien h.Orlando yesterday in'morals'in Orlando, Dr. J. W. swing was attached broke and fallingon ford'Mrs. Coward and Misses Martha: i

. i" the good yoada'beeetera .route i Stagg i .said yesterday, that he had'notheard 'Mrs. Graves' shoulder glanced off and ,My Stevens., 1 /kwtW414ourLAm

t* EustiB, was .t.T; ::Woodward' any swearing by any'man, at and hit Helen Louise, cutting through ,

of' the Tampa" ; *I'work :on the Presbyterian church her. lip',:and bruising .her cheek and NEW FRUIT STORE ON ORANGE j .P'

--- This-' temple. A physician was summoned
. is creditable, considering that AVENUE ,I Hot Weather Drinks
;Mrs...E.'E. G rd l .
month"; t/(Asfctfrifie" ', N.:..CL, ,:aceemMuued .- -. Dr.' Stagg said, however, were necessary to close,up the wound Nic Francisco, of' Gainesville, has -: LIMEADAE-We

'.. :,by:h: r:dftogkters;,Mrs. G. M. that:thismight accounted, for .in in the child's lip. leased the Duckworth building on ]: large Limes
and Miss Jesne Bud.
Smith" the .fact-that er'1.few Presbyterian. South Orange'avenue and is having I t.
,y. 't$ : -' j 'workmen'-are.employed. C. P. Dow has.an improved methodof extensive alterations made, preparaJ: LEMONADE-We carry the best im-
i/H.a. Caatweprthe Seaaole watering his lawn. Instead of a
; I ,
"- fruit store
tory to opening up a on a :
stock
J.iIIitId..e.t.-.with hea oarters in Friesda of, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert long 'h seT to be dragged around the ported
: : big scale. Fruit comes high in Orlando
,JkekaMiTSIe, ;.fc.!aaeag :tie popular Atlee'Eldredge.will.be,glad to know lawn killing the grass and soiling the II
and it is said the new store will I ,
....-,.H-.t i1i .-people' ::in- Orlafido-- toMr. that they" :anived;safely in New York Palm Beach clothing,he: has several bay in large quantities and be able'to. : GRAPE JUICE-Red Wing Brand
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.4faJ'; = I August 31st after .s.: voyage of six- pipes under the ground with faucets sell 'fruit at much ,lower prices than :
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teen'iftq & good emigrant'boat are ordinarily asked in this city. i GINGER All-Order a dozen bottles
? .:EL D. Hl' ,:i well known bisir ''San Giovanni, it being'the first rescue is attached to the faucets and

,wows.:aaaof. Gainesville,:wo-= 'divides" 'I'boat to/leave:',Naples after August throws the spray for ten or fifteen
Vt time;bitw i" Ofkado vA the : feet in' 'direction. Paradoxically WEATHER REPORTThe
; .' ;- 3rd. 'The, trip had been full of pleasure every
Atahoa'o -ty" ca' Ul,:"is "a'"geest" at until then. They say, that 'the speaking, it might be called an un Potted Plants, Cot Flowers, Funeral
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the 's. 5 derground-overhead of irriga-
statiree'of system
looked
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Liberty
for Orlando.for the week ending Aug. I
; ... ....., Designs Wedding Decorations.
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tion. : large
to them.They: ,are now in,Boston., spray 30, 1914, as taken by'Mr. Jas. Thomson : ,
JIl. lime.. L.: .,.end c i1 and_seems to say to the grass, "It is co-operate observer of the National I
ifrta, ;who ke./b.(_ q; ii&ie;: i1M' "''i'The sidewalk v around- J the' Watkins a.Jeasure.'to serve you." Bureau: I

..... s'.',k .tie. mewtikfei; (North Temperature.' ,
block has been completed and,yesterday High. Low.Prec. Bar. I THE SANITARY GROCERY
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CtroHaa' ;at HtatoooByfflephtceg end tI1ef :forJthe'first time in about two Monday _____. 94 73 ___ C I
,rWied to tiwir loine'ioOakr weeks pedestrians. had the right, ofway record. Last Sabbath evening just Tuesday _____ 92 72 _:_ C : CARUTHERS & GORE
land, >.: :_ as,the service began in the Presbyterian Wednesday _._ 97 73 _._ C I
: ., ::" oa.both Orange ue and Pinestreet.
church,' a boy from Thursday _____ 18 74 ___ C I Phone 200
The contractors, Gore Brothers messenger', Friday _______ 95 75 r_ C : .
Mrs,. E. B.;Wbwry:st. 106;Central ,.have;done s' fine job in'the construction the telegraph office was g ?en'a message Saturday ____ 98 75 ___ C I 6 & 8 E. Pine Street.

arowreturned;; :,yMtttik'after; ",a '-of:.this:walk,', and the completed to deliver to Dr.._ Stagg, The Sunday _______ 98 75 ___ C. :111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111Always ,. '

.f''susemar J. . feat-k t Xplesedn4 ...Xa' IaJ., work.compensates for:,the;ineonvenie messenger reached the church just as . .

Nebraska,.Iowaand:.BBwHioota.' She necessarily. suffered daring the minister began what some"people 'HiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiii miiiiiiiiiMiM tiiimw>tMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiWiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiMMiiiiiii ?> :
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. in a:day,'or. .two, :of 'the:.i improvements '1 lderWay.'afthe.'C into the church'the young mantook'
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Mrt, ;::.1.J., .M.,.:.Ma4dox:. sad 'ohgec; the:alterations inn. the,Watkins bl kWiIfb stood reverently, with,bowed,head bythe
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who j baave.been.'wMi8Josephy :. finished. CoL Watkins has
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w :Mr ."I{ cIcJR'/. ;ewer left made this buflding i into a rethat'ia'acredit was
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W4- Conscientious work'at' fair'prices.. pulpit .Bible for signature.: In

r. .. Phone. 629.:106: 'Court'St. ,8-23-tf less time 'than.it takes to tell.it; the ....
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blank was signed and the messenger .
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,..fw yeu,.waat' ; Eat all you,wint.Eatwhtt withdrew Without;waiting to contribute .
lat afryee Nt.aelbl1'lpt.- . you,want. -' "
Tak andforget ;t: .Take a'postscript and forget.'it to the evening collection which > , ; .
;For.' sale- 1 y all "draggista.. For:sale by\all druggists. followed immediately. Was it nerve, ,.. .

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,. 't' PEOPLES WANT /j/iiinl>erf Laths and Shingles
t. , Mtn ... I1ACH, 'fOLl- ,. .. .. ., .
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: :' '. -aplt Of Of .U.it iTStateeMt I #o surviving members. Beat.ete;: .tor tWs}...... lie for,one dar.Us Fur. NAiR LUMBER COMPANY.
'::t. : fcmftv ... I oft (SedoE'Arctic expedition..WWe.hfer.tH far: few .' . ..f"I kit north ,in 1912 have ar- .'wor8r or lees.Macy 18M.-aJ
titoflbtoadworroV. ; UN aJfirfseMita te ttte.eoteB* as ao
: ..< H if tarty n..tiu'ysewrr-I rived.at:Archangel and'reported that brssr..sus',d.be made,m. credit

tt kfj* frfVrfrif the tooks,:.fcvt'oae i Lie t Ra$t:Sedoff.died'in, .a vain..attempt
FOR SALE-Second 'hand: sewing ORLANDO
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ftefc expression' _u. Una,gives BS,anUN machines; drop head Singers, rota- 2 .
J if I' tIw""" tl seres 't 'acqe ';The expedition wintered! in' 1912 and ry, White; rotary Standard New

. .,' ate arc JIIIC.: ; .tubeMtled, : 1013 )jn ;newly discovered. territory.; ,. Home, and 'other*'makes. Will be

t.': ) ,_ ., ..." and kiBgs l t:by:the Later,Sedoff proceeded'to, Franz Josef sold cheap for cash this month. Calla

'), rte.pesee.,.'shall_ ,,have- _: ). -iMtext' Land, wheace..he.started.for the 'pole Lindsay Singer,'manager.Office,.or-. phone-, ,32L 8-li-tf C. B. tiyal Ceienf, Agalile Plaster and Perfection Lime
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Mwardiy:-lei:always :sneered, at!j Ill and died.. FOR SALE Dwelling and storeroomfor
:t '. sale at bargain if taken DOW.
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The stock in the store 'will invoice
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E" variety.r I Beeawe H:was open, NOTICE about $1,500. The house'contains 5

\\t JfeMt'aMt hoaest,.it.:was. :proaoaacedgnirtli The ioBowfa named'-penont being the reputed rooms, size of lot 80x150, all set in Statement of the Condition of the

"\) > .. :'Uetlaue.,.it...'rrfaaed ''to. err -- r owners of the property act opposite good fruit trees. Storage house and

.:-ki u.... PV.:,:ilf. iitrigae, < ,,-H VM' ..Wd. ,to. be o names.to aw increase hereby, the notified assessment that it on ia their proposed Park poultry.Grocery.Conrad' Ackre Concord 8-26-6t Orlando Bank & Trust Co.
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V. '. Wriint::in;.slalL'Beesue it, kept respective properties for 1914 u follows: ,
: J.L Cheney; Jot I. BHu'N, Concord. Parkadd.
Jp Jatt, it. wa *ityia ly regarded :MMb from $t$ to $260. : Orlando FI&
4\ oik.Athe'il.of;ite.at-: ,- Jno. M. Cheney. lots X to'U Block N.. Concord FOR RENT : : ,
_. *. .,- . .- .. .. I .Park',from $2,000 to$2.500. -
4 JeMM'has-Always been"publicity. I Joe Cheney;lot 14, Block,N: Concord Park, At the Close of Business June 30th,1914. -

\\r ,.The:war. :*ew,rating.:m:Europe;istfce 000 Eek to M....Ormtreet.. :i lots 1 to I, Block- ''.A." FOR RENT.Beautiful dwelling RESOURCES. .

it t .' direct;.. of ;;royaHy's"secret ChaaberUin Sob. from $1.200 to $1,500. . garage; elegantly furnished; on
9 and
Eola M. Overstreet, Iota 1 f.'I. 8.
:.d ;'4ip>.ea.y.: Fwr:.a, :"generation.. ;;part 10. Block B, C. C. Park from UOO to J1.WO. Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. KnOx. Loams and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $379,514 36

. j-l the' great'atnaneaUtbere': :' have.been water. Clan Terrace S. Hamblifl.from'$600 lot to 14,$8 We.O.. ,B,.' Edge- 8-27-tf Over-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . .. . ... . 622 34

'l\\\ faistlr. ".represented! .as Awaking forpeaee J. De.Wam lcy,:Iota.1, 2, II and 20. BILl ,FOR RENT- Stacks and BM& . . . . . . . 26,01833
Bdtewater Terrace from $1.8 00 to $2,400.1 :
: ; \,=:1t+1Nnw*':aH. know now: that Annie '.L. Kimball Iota 21 to 27 be in I Fourteen room house; modern upodate Real Estate, Furniture ana 'Fixtures . . . . ; 26,637 37
:ii"t ,-':making: for' 'Everyttijsg Fair Oaks Watts amend 2.400 to 1X800.jOrlando i ; partly furnished; on Lucerne Cash Hand and Due from Banks .
.tbey; : war. to, Jots 1 to 4 Circle;- with garden, fruit and flow- OB . . . . 291,39348
't to in Fair Oaks and Ifanboe from $12,000.
relating Mpfeme govern- ae. ers. J. F.-'Watkins.- 730dwtf.
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'. ,,:Matal potiekM-'has.been secret;':ex- to .1Ioeo. and Jesse .Welch. Iota 1.'I' and 4mIaabeEk $724,185 88

n .: :the'.'ttriMwce of the-'coloswal 8\; B& C.-Granniss. and Sperry" add.from I FOR RENT- Two office spaces la LIABILITIES.
too 11.090. store No. 9 W. Church street
1160 at
f ; our
Eg "war aachkea sad the crwhkg taxes. Grannbs Sperry. Iota 2, .R 4 and 6, "
.4' .wlridi have,sortained them. Bit C, Grannbs *.Sperry add from flmto Electric Come ia and Co.we will show yon. 3-29-tf Pierce Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000 00

'- 3000. Surplus aad Undivided Profits . . . . . . .
9Gould'sad0. 39,96135
,:.1 :'Ini :ft!* very :the censorships ofpace Wm.-Dean. S% of W lOG ft'-lot i t
been almost drastic from $600 to,$900 MISCBLLANBOUS Re-Dfeeowts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None
,_:, .:have : as as Gid. Dean,'NK of W 10< ft. lot 9. Gould'sadd.
';:W' .'tt*;.:.eaeetihlpe 'of, sir.. A 'handfulIM from $600. to $900. " Bags Payable . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . None

: '<<: .ia ;sack, country knew'. what -..Lucerne Annie s." from Rowland$16,000 lot'to 1$20,000.Harrison's-add.. FOR SALE-A No. 1 saddle mare, Deposits . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 582,669 47
_j : horse. Address
.Hundreds of millions Unnie W. Lewter. Iota 6, 7. 8, 9 and 10. or buggy careWrighf Due,to Banks . . . . . . . . . . : . . . .. 1,55506
.;. l 'wa:goiftg ea.: : Ketchom ft Needham's add from. $%.%00 to. s, Box 567.. 9-2-tf
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: wfco, are,.' ew arrayed against each $C.400L. '
4 J., Wallin 'W14 lot 1 Gould's add. -
.J) tflMr: in 6.ttles as secl'et.as'tbe.di-. from $800 to $900. EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHERdesires $724,185 88
N. 90 ft of W 80 ft of lot position. References. Miss
;:'fi G. J. Jenkins
iliaacy thMIedto them had no more L Bft. 5, Poynter's add from $1,400 to $1,550. King, phone 412. 9-1-3t Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . . $291,393 48
.l ,1aie wted e'of:the true BitQfltkm than Wm. Smith W% lot 6 all lot 7 and E"" of
I NW lot 8. Blk., 22, ,Reid's add, .from. $7.500to. Reserve required by Law . . . . . . . 116,533 89
'i. .tbeir Niatiws -.t\: 'kome.have: 'BOWwfcrttofr .10000. NANCY, HALL and Porto Rico sweet
d : .K>Band. brothers at Blanch W. 1UMU n of NK kf 8,-Blk. '22., I potato slips at $175 per 1,000.
I Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59
to 6000.
bid's add-from $5,600
-lj :.tise fe t. are afrw. or dead. Mrs; &. E. WOmott Tremont Hotel property Quick deIiT&1'). Cash. Apopka Plant
:\t4 -:[ 'To praise;i.the'American'.idea of 'di- ReUTs add. from $18,000, to $20,000. Blk.- Co.. Apepka,.Fla. 5-24-tf Deposits on June 3Q, 1913 . . . . . . . $527,758 01
lot
E. 49 ft 1.
\1 BaJa M. Orerstreet June 30 1914 . . ;. . . .
; 'jies ac/Jie: ;exalt de ocracy. To 25,RekTs add. from $3.'" to $4.000. Deposits on 582,669 49
..-i Wm. Smith lot 1 (less E. 49 ft) ,Blk. 25. I IBeid' DYNAMITING done in all its branch
,t .isVHOiiMti the secret:diplomacy.of Ea-: add. from $4. 00 to $4300. .
; to.assail, divine ,"right andriatoeracy. Chss. Rock Iota (less-S. 60 ft) 1 and 2. Os.. Clearing land Ia'our specialty ; INCREASED . . . . . . . . $54,91148
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;' BIk. 28 Reid's add from $12.500 to 14000. [/et. us do, work. Estimates
.,'\1:, ., .Thetine proceeds the Annie H. Flannican lot $ and part of lot your
'? .freery..tbat the people'wlo.bear the 4.+Harry Bft. K E.mod,add.N ,150 'ft'lot,000 4,to Blk$4, 85 00., cheerfully given.. 1,. N. Lewis 406 The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors

: k :....of.. war and r meet its sacrifices Reid's add. from WOO to $%# >. i S. East street 7-14-lmo 1 te persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
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-: Mary. L. Reiehard,. lot 4Q" Starkeys 2d- treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
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.f. a right : add. from $8,800 to $4,000. I
"" t :' "" ' Mary Raleigh, lot "R" Starkey's 2d add. DRESS MAKING Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
'te them. "TheoAer
: Jf ::pass judgment ,upon : : .
f:>.'d ".,pieerthe .sword. in.'-the hands. from.Dr.. $8,600 E. F.-Akens to $8,800., lot 7 R, F, Starkey's" add. Rooms 3 and 4 over Hammond & I IBunch's safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
from'$2,800 to $3,000. storeChurch street. Will I
;- !1tI.: '. a- BMoarek. earroed. by,courtiers. I' Mrs. G. R Newell, tot 8. R. F. Starkey's 2d close every week on Friday at 6 utmrnmtmtmrnIuwuunwnnnwwnnwunnwuwWANTEDTo

; \1 _aid:gvmaftken' 'who' ,contrive; their add.Mrs.;from F. Beardan$2,800 to lot$3,200.9 R. F. Starkey's. add. o'clock p. m., and reopen Saturday at :

';' :wars te the_dark and .then blasphem- from $3,000 to $3,200. 6 p. m. Perfect satisfaction at mod-
b h.. Starkey's add. erate Mrs. A. S.
< < Hera B. Hoskins tot 14 prices. Hodges.
tvsiiy appeal a God slow to,wrath from $2,400 to$2,600. 8-26-6t exchange Vose piano,
tJ 'and ,a::people\alaaost:::as: patient towpport Wm. Brittain, lot 24-,' Starkey's add. from. in good condition, for Victrola andrecords ,WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ? I
,&OO,to $4,000. .
$ Who is
;r i ,their,arms;in"a fichfin.taeU 'Jno.'T. Fuller estate tots 4>to IV Story ft your painter and decorator? Piano be seen at For
"" " '' Williams add. from $10.000 to $11.000.Kfehard .- U[ you are satisfied keep the one yeu may FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
; ..' :. :' .. DeMntelL lot 16 Benedict's sub.div. ban; If not, phone W. T. Entrican. mosa. Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland, FOR WOMEN
f'l; Of.late wihave.had soae,imitators add..from $1,400 to 1600.. Ne. 636. 120tfP Fla. GAINESVILLE, _
< E tot,S all lot 4, .Smith'ssub.
Horace Self % .
-. :; ef:.the:.seewt oaacy and, censorririfKi add. from $1.600 to 2000. TALLAHASSEE.College
,.'>'W : ,of.the;OW.:Worid, bat with the T. P. .Wartow., vacant tot' just E of his PER HANGING of Arts and Sciences;Normal School: -
residence. add. $600 to $&60. School of Music; School of Expression;
;{ ti ;4ragic-eumple:- now 1 before 'ns it,'.is Fredk. Walker residene property' near Judge I School of Art; Extension Division: Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts:
:',' t "'hawfiy; postiWe :that they :can make Warlow-i. from $%,800 to WOO. For 3p days I will furnish and hang School: .Modern Gymnasium with swimmingpool Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers
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'." 4 a,E. Graham the White lot in' Lake Lucerne the paper for any ordinary room for ne Cathedral School ; basket ball and tennis courts;new and i College; Experiment Station; Extension Division -
: surtherheadway, : When_:Europe was, from $2,5W to $2,800. $7/' Your choice of over 100 of the modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormitories ; Graduate School Ten new brick build
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r. ..'! ; QP. Conroy on SEtt SEA SWU sec. 85 I have all modern, conveniences: ; new logs, besides gymnasium, swimming pool and
indergoing' anottor:scourge ;of war Home place raised from $1,400-to $1,600. latest style papers. I do painting and dining room and kitchen most hygienic in many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers In.structors .
-:fl ...... than ,a. century ago, ,Thomaseabiated Miss Nannie Sis on lot 2. Cooper ft; Martin's paper ,hanging at reduced prices. ORLANDO. FLORIDA Florida: 418 young ladies from 49 counties and assistants. 854 young men-
wb. diT. from $750 to $900. last session. 47 Florida counties and 24
Drop me a postal and I will do the and 12 states States and
:: 1: 'W...' hk eouitrymento The_City Council will convene In Special rest and (Formerly bon u PelLOark School) TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last session.
\ ti! "take.WaD' Session on the 11th day of September 1914 at guarantee to please you. | School Board and entrance foes for the TUITION FREE Board and Entrance Fees.
cross. .it .and. 'to, ,'besiege, the Council Chambr' at 8 o'clock a. m. for 'G. C. SCHULTZ, REOPENS OCTOBER year $124.00. For catalogue write $132.60 per year. Write today for catalogue
-f :wie ttwoe of_heaven 'With personal the purpose of bearing;:any ,one who may 8-23-lw Box 385, Orlando. I EDWARD CONRADL President A. A. MUEPHREE, President
to the proposed increase of
and object
'. } ;;K*yen io'I:.ert ate'_.from:'creation his appear, her or their assessmentBy A Boarding and Day School for Girls- -. ---
First class and Special c..no-Prl..I'7.
Brazing a specialty at Retvlar
the Council
order'of City : t
t"i-J tfefe class-of hfifiun lions tigers and Intermediate and Academic GradesHadeArtEloeatienPbysieal -
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.September 1. o ColUreDoBcstie FOR RENT Five room house with FOR
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:called.. ; whom Science-Admirable Situation
gt .'i.d.1. '- Qty-Clerk. t Healthful five acres of good truck land; fifteen Nursery stock, one, two, three and
V (1 ,.., :. -;,;perish ;who }does, ,not say, and Stmindtots-Climate I
X To be convinced of the Careful Home Life-Capable Teachers four old buds
'" producing year ; Foster Early
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H5% :'IMd.deIiger.: sl! OPEN ALL NIGHT Low Kates minutes walk from postoffice.
:".{l :Every gory; :field, 'ruinedtown :The City Drug Store is at your ser power of_Sentinel want ads.-try one. Pineapple I Java, Homosassa, Washington
every Rer. Roderick P. Cobb, Bishop Mann F. Davis 209 Irvinestreet
Address
l, .' ;eVery crowded,' hospital 'and vice> both day and night Prompt, Rector. President I Sumpter Navel: Address Mrs. M.Bahl
'' dependable courteous tf
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1 ' I 8-25-6t Apopka, Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
-.r. 121 every'.desolate ,home ,today .cries'.out _. The Robert Hnngerford Normal
". t1 .against:war secretly.planned and exejBtedbyc -- ---- - -- and Industrial School will throw open

-,' ;J.: ' ..monwchi,'. If'Ae.. '"war:'of ..ForSale its doors October 1, 1914, for its faD ,\" " \" " \" " " " " " " " " " 't

_:.=-tt: .k'does net end, in :a.war.. ;upon term. We hope all students.will be
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..:..'. ) -.. kimfs,. 'BO-. :m&w:: whose-. ". : standardsskaH present on the first day. The build

',.'> '{J tI ." .at"' last claim.the' victory,it- ,will ings are being thoroughly renovatedand *YW.J'1In JfJtJ

:t. i! bring:aethmigsbut. loss and sorrow,to everything being made as comfortable -

::3 :t .std.-Nee e;.York: 'worn: ,, I have a. carload of Jersey Milk as possible. .Any informa-

} ; Cows for sale and people of the sur' tion concerning the school may be

.c, h.TheTiaiee-Union: ;in its Sway is- & in had by, writing Mrs.. R. C. Calhoun,
<1'o: roan cettfttry 'are invited to
g Were
.-;. ; sw," gives' _Turkey. some. :perfectlygeod Eatonvflle, Florida. s+s t.-tf They to -
t t, ; advice" to stay':out' of. the .war. poet the stock.Reaeeaable .

: _: ,.W "Just what we woold have.written our.sslf'if .' prices Call on or address WOOD.- COAL AND ICE. .

z\. ), :wehad tkoght about.it Some JAMES'' N. SEWELL, H .

tr.' -friead'of' the sultan. should'send him 8-22-D & W. Winter Garden, Fla., Coal Wood Yard, $1.50, phone a strand 566.. up. Hand's 9-31-tf ,

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4 ,..I t't ". $ .2".00ST. to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of

: four( or five rooms. They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable,

yet the amours( of mon .y which they had available for the furnishing of their

home made expensive peices prohibitive.

.r AUGUSTINE: They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.

t "'\r We offered a' few suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They weremuch'pleasedwith

'<4, and what ,had and took memorandums of what
;. ,. _. : return, they ,seen they

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

;: rLOWER-PRICES-' 'ON FoRD''CARS After looking around in other stores to make sure.that they were doingthe

Monday Sept.t. Itt best possible-with their appropriation they came back and placed their or
4 :Eftctive'free.Abet.1,' 1914 ;te Asgvst der with=us.

1,1815: aMl g ftra ted agftfest aay reON'aiag.tatt.tia !I
\' : e. 1, This"is.a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whcm we are

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pleasing. -

: .TouringCar:: :- $555'.00,- ,.-, -.' a. We carry an extensive stock of serviceable, attractive homefurnishings

; ':Rinabout ,- -. 505.00 grading from the lowest priced which are good, to She very best. Your appropriation -

r.;.0.:.B.:'(Mam*.'AH'ears.'fagyMi 'ems.r MlanocCoast 'I : furnishing your home may be anything from $175 toioooor more

make the most ol i it with us.
can ,
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train will )
leave Or
NaE. in r ..._4s.aitas stts tf ire tact aa eIo.t s! Special ...
N ,961 sass be9nas. w shave data.a .. lacdo,at :1:21, m..
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rAaa a..eM..**' rtaek tW >r4a. tfMU"wi a m to pay ..'
ihs'betar's sass tress. '
t Ut1I). .. ..- .., .retafEbga wba panhaaes a sew; Tickets good on :special] :Kincaid & Snowden
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-' .'..' ...:.PiMRf. .. .. 2-$'':.' -t.... -"-;: ; <.' --.: .....-.;:>;r '. .,;:' _- : Cot, Main and Pine;:'$t's., Orlando. Florida ;

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: :; Stylish,. comfortable, pleasure car, seating five passengers
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) -,: .: : I with room to spare. The graceful, low "NEW OAKLAND"stream -
.srtJ1t..nV' 'THE :OAK"
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.. i"'M' '- line ,body, the German silver V shaped

t 1_ .,-- ,.., ",.'..,. J W :J r._ '.O _IJIIi," _;., '".HEY.OAKLAND- "Iii : ,-, .a a ; radiator boards, the, give heavy it beauty crown fenders and style and unsurpased the broad even running in- .

(\ }"- -. ..- :< "t' ...a.-"- tI_ Yaaoe. of all others"Greater ...L{ the highest priced cars. The "NEW OAKLAND," Model

37, is unity. of beauty, power, economy and servicea -

I:Nta Betuty X More" Power: 'i\X\ : "' Ecoaomy X ,Utmost Comfort, ; car you will be proud to drive alongside of the best.of
them and enjoy the comparison.The .

:.\ <>% ;:.,;;-1 .:" a The four cylinder, silent Oakland-Northway motor
.j .... t '.'- than will need marked }
11 ',. .::-{:;. .. provides more power you ever ;
M economy in fuel consumption has been accomplished by
,
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("i ,.ff... .... ji reducing the weight of the car and equipping it with the Oakland-Stewart vacuum gaso

-r lene feed, doing away with the pressure system.

i iU ,.. The low construction of the car without decreasing the road clearance adds to the

.j!,> safety, comfort and. joy of riding. Fully equipped with Standard, Delcp Starting

Lighting, and Ignition system, with automatic spark advance; Nonskid tires In.rear,
Ua Oakland One-man top, absolutely true to name, Heavy Crown Fenders, extra large

valves, Tungsten steel, .divided Windshield, Speedometer, Electric Horn, operated from

r T center of steering wheel, Headlights with dimmer, Shroud light, Tail light, Tools,
: ). License Tag Brackets, in fact, every modem improvement and convenience for the com
q fort and safety of the driver and passengers. v .
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H . Watch for our light six adds, also roadsters and speedsters. Prices from $1150 to

t"i ., ,. g/1lool tfli $1775.
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GREAT MUTAItf AFTER GERMAN : ,"field.:which,England certainly will ,PEOPLE.OF, BUTTE FEAR VIOLENCE iMlillillMIHMMMtltlllliliilliiMilMtlHIMIiHIHIttt8MIHIMIMII 8MI- - -
f"a "TRADE? invade., .It__runs' into many millions. ON ARRIVAL TROOPS piiiiiiiiiiMHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii MiMiiiiiiffTEN

...'t .-."_".--'. ..4 4Loadofi .'.J England alone imports millions of -
dollars worth of German toys. Butte, Mont|, Sept. 1. The people
,:Sept; L kmaayY. ;/.vast. "
wwW traide-ia.w.of the;pri of of.Butte awaited with uneasiness today REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD

e war wfcick.. :..Sagkad: ,is .trying to. ,EASY TO RUN NEWSPAPER word as to;when Governor. Stew
were, 'jWluie..Gmt,BfiUia'fl army la art would send militia to put down

fifktmg'tfce; :' ;Pro *n '>affitary ,adfwee '''To.rUn a' newspaper all a fellow the'miners'',disturbance here. Lead- : COOK WITH GAS .
ia BttewB and the Jri h'1eet write ers of miners were credited with say ,, .
has to.do:is to,be able to, poems, :" -
fe opposiiif'the Kaiser's warrfupa :in big that if troops came to Butte they
: discnss the, tariff .and/:none j questions '
tile ENaitt : :and wtliGp'ieottlsMree would revenge themselves on the business
m
: ; umpire a baseball game, report
.'sw.,t. :f from; 'the oceans, a'wedding,.saw-wood, describe.a. fire I men and leave the city in ashes.It .

time ;;remaiiing. behod. in:,'England' so"'-that-'tH readers: will shed theirwraps Convenience 6. Speed I F

ait initiatinga.. .., Iaoveent of'greatestlaporti ,-make:$1.do the'work.of $10, doesn't take much of a'leader to
. ce-to_ ..'ca:; twe 'Ae"; German shine at .a' ,dance, measure. calico, lead a man into temptation. 7. Efficiency
f treiio' :.thewtdd : 2. Comfort .
and Austrian; byinvading abase the liquor nabit, test whiskey,

marls' .- ,v;tQ:per earo :for:Great sabscrUw' 'to,charity, ;0..without his Men who climb the stairs one step : : 8. Safety

Britain.fmt la' ',wwe':of. 'tfce"earth'sof meals,- attack,"free silver, wear .diamondSr a.a. time are gladder torest at the 3. Cleanliness. i

aoelemeiaroe. -,invent' advertisements sneer top than if they had utilized the ele- 9. Perfect Regulation"of
The v4is .Gerkamy'sexportatttrstM'tke' at: snobbery, 'overlook scandal, 'ap- vator. 4. Simplicity -
: pJ W "3'it -' which, praieebabies;, delight pumpkin :rais- Heat .
'at" bad. "'and. '.'wjgeebr. 'the- 'poaaiWmy'that -" ersminister. to;the"afflicted, heal the .NOTICE '-- '

.'t 'the:';UwUd. '-:,States.. .,.'too, disgruntled, fight' to a finish set type;' 5. Accessibility l 10. Economy
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may ,profit'" y.ewwaeitkBy J by:'fte,great h&1d.'f) opinions, .sweep ,the 'office, In County.Circuit Florida.Court, 7th Judicial Circuit Orange

war. Jt'ii ofcriw. that Geraaan comerce speak at',the prayer..:meetings:.and Odessa Garland Divorce. . .
;:wfll' be. partlywd. ',:f or, -many. stand in'with everybody"and; everythiag..Tampa Paul vs.Carland: ti
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aionths,ipeeiftiy;,for :yean, 'daring Times. To Paul .Carland:
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.It appears from the affidavit of the eom.plimant "-.; '
2. COMFORT
which tin* ite farreadriec. :reqakeeoU herein duly filed that the defendant : .
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t f. the whole :worki. ,:hitherto. STORES fa a non-resident of the State cf Florida
.> HELP FOR THE NAVAL of
: ; that he is over the age twenty-one yean
largely:'met by.Gemaay" .a d_Aaatria, ,HEN'Washiagten and that be resides. at Nenorri. North Caro A GAS RANGE is the greatest producer of REAL COMFORT in the

met ,stffl\,V;H 'Jf:(the wwW' lina.You are therefore ordered to appear to this I modem kitchen. If you cook with GAS all unnecessary work is eliminated
wantetherWow{JBW ;:by;. Geraany Bill on Monday the 6th day of October. 1914. and cooking is made There is
wood
.
.' ., Sept. 'Secretary the same beinr a Rule day of this Court a pleasure. no to bring in,
and':Austria 'ars:) ji. 'ae for four
the .work; wt(:b.do'e,:by-c:others.it may:be: accepted "to reasonable ex South published Florida Sentinel a newspaper. publishedin "turn a valve and strike a match."
,: "already'*fter her: aharc.n ;'-'te! with other' securities as the Orange County'Florida. .
: hand and official seal this September .
Witnesa my warm
'lM'.UiiiW'-. ..... . ,. PrY.The .1I 8 bask :for, _currency when 'presentedairough t. 191 IB weather especially, the comforts of cooking with a Gas
'.ye,,\.on ....ti '_, national'.bank currency associations I Clerk. Circuit, Court B.Orange'K. ROBINSON.County. Florida. Range are yery apparent, because the kitchen is kept "clean, cool, and
BritiAGermany's ",mowmeet to.capture i. up .to: 75 per cent. of 'theirvalue. By M. A. HOWARD. D..C. comfortable" without the slightest effort.
trade s:befaig taken:.up- I -J. A. ROWE..
SoL for Complt.
wtlrgreitt roger..and the__ _British_n___'_*ov-. .. No heat is wasted to make the room as hot as the oven itself and
'. -: the fire is turned out the instant the cooking is done. / i tt
+rnmt.t' l p 'f lfolieiat'.up. HIMIUIMM. . 11111 11111 III,II i 111111.111'11111111111 .
port" ,TI e'B0a}..'. 4.f' .. Trade.. ,";whicli.in3nglaed ... COOK WITH GAS AND BE C COMFORTABLE.
io a govtnaiiPt department, ,
fs doing\:everything.. pewfek,,{while.. .. W Will Pit the Reins

the available'' coloaialeffke.iagathering items&a. ,Iran :fato'aifaioMJ all- : Success in Your ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. :

: \;:ai=! j ;dMweler ;of all
previous imports. The) '
Chamber;; f.tcqat- lfcjiai: Hands GAS DEPARTMENT

time,;i?anraogifig,airtagg between .

1Mnuf l-eau Gensan er ,aad' prodwcU..' effltwhik. :importers i it ', : How? By furnishing you witha iVilV 44+

.Aaotherepur: to the:Brittflh ambition : perfect Fertilize. Let our representative

'tok{captw*.Geman;trade::is:.the : will ,: WE FIT. GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
fact that war te,,"'"cawing i. .-a','low..'to. .the., call on. you. He give you a
Emgliehrnu t. froffl central Europe :formula l that 'will make and mature AND DO ALL KINDS OF
ad thia deficit must b ,made'op" elsewher -' : .I .OPtIC L'RIPAWNG $8 arleston ann i ReIurn $8

.jiThe'moetlftely-;:places ;are' fruit
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,thoee :where, ;.Germany, .and.. ':.Austria. your ,
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fonmriy pyMtaaiartidWheolEafkBd .. .. or VIA F
,, Aortly afte'.the:' : .
start of'the war,.began to kveetigate< I I
the itoat .igiree:were''produced Ferlither. ELXHILANDO I "Clyde Line"First
F I
'T 'S nm .
whkh iatwnded;,the poblk. It was ru : DR. L H. RAMSDEU
shown"that :Gizmo y'a::total:.eiporti : : OPTOMETRIST

.were which;neitrly''ifi86/90@A6a' .WM :rather: dweeficerting B ally',to; : :; Pkenee.Offiei 32, Plot 31 FLORIDA : (Saoeeeor to ,Dr. a ,P. LAIr) Class, Meals and Ber Included

those:who.'.had been taught. to''believesompac . HIMMIMItfrl! ORLANDO .. FLORIDA'I
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IS Ill 15
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tiy"a thatiEfifkfid, wee .really IliiilMIMMHMHOf"." < ... !
the' gr a\tet 'manufaetoring.:country" This special rate good on any of the Company's '

in the r.imiiiLplRrwii... ; 1' e.m'-con, FOR SALE steamers August 22nd to October ithj|

eiwmyelthat. : ,',England, had"been. .' fa-, inclusive. ,_ .
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porting. .large. .quantities l '- of'-goods- .
-AT' ABARGAIN
nade'in Geraaany;..eren:each' 'products Return Limit 10 Days

as' eoold. be.;,'aseni actwed.. :in, .the
United Kingde L ,
;One ,characteristic.'jeH t wee a.dis- MARKET Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every

eoWlJ'f'_" which r. the_ geseral. __'public. THE Three ten tracts Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
acre on
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tMt'G.nD:
knew noUiiag,: Ii"l' exported '

twice as,mad cutlery as..Bmgknd, Of Orlando and Kissimmee road: ,
which' heretofore ,had ,beea J ell..iJj "Cleanliness Quality "
only two'and one half ,miles For reservations and further particulars apply to
world (that !
the over to predomoate
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JML, tr! ;.. FRBSH 'AND SALT' MEATS from the post office,. Orlando. H.
G. WENZEL Fla.
: Pass.
..>. .The;govenawnt and' :-fte;:bwisess? FKJfl AND GAMike Will sell, one or all. The I Iprice' Agent

men:;ii 1.now 'entertakOag ,the. idea will double when the
that:Gmt;"" 'e"fees'rf bade.k K.$:;,teii : ; beat:awiUry'sKit "I "- I 122 W..Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
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road is laid. Other:
eentnd:.E roe:W: to,the/war!;can ron"i AWaY fre.tke Iii. ai tared. brick ..
Bore. tfun,be,coroyenoated:byffivaOM .- smalltracts for 'grove purposes -
e .world ._ad.Sri.we : ' 1.
:,ekewhe ; by captwag:; -- -
trade" acrtttfore' held.'by::GtriI i. ." I&IIs", ,,I ,ssYNi..iad....'.lie..1tI." : .. ,We. .,. _at buyiigvalues.; : Also The Sentinel ia'the only progressive Sentinel subscribers :who contemplate -

They=:arV:erea' Kacming:the:pwsibitity e._' .fti.t.. .,'YMt. UM.;.. d blg( ye : and city ,metropolitan morning paper between vacations in the mountains or
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of. ,]E. tand-,. ,.:taking>' ,ever,'the property,at prices:.t4iat: .comattention. - '-Jacksonville and Tampa. Send elsewhere, may have the Sentinel by

.,: German';trade.wiA i 'Amerka,'aaoont-. .. .. fine: :rARL0RQARKEl': m i' :i' .. H to yosr.friesda by mail in Florida mail without any additional expense
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:<: tag to l.I R uf ' and the address-
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as
r Another th.c that i'bwtg =fliaM 6 _. ,R,, M.Sef: ..&Co.i . '. ,:? Gi I..J.:.itM' desired. ..
':. laid JI .'",P__i i: ;1 i'F read aad Sentinel'"want,ada."
To ,use
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:'. pates KJM+ dm,whkhha : _. .. *d ; KEEP
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. : .. You g4fullvalue.for your money.
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,: .,Jhn yWithtr Over.Foar TbeasaBd Are:Listed ,.
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t :i: ',' "." : ,2 t .'3"h as:Misaeg,Most of Whom

1 trr :No. 'I':;}: :xpen.e. ,.Are 'KBOWB to Be . ,f' "t ,.: '.-:. : ..':. ', ;

.' fi?;:rlt o. .'Wl ti' Mact a::1ti b Wowded 1. ,;. ; t -- . '-=- :::'..' .: .;..:.,:... ,: ] ; ; i '
; ';J,- :. "Q .swe- ., : I.-.. : .,....:... CpOtS. :,Ms4 London, Sept 2.-The official ,casualties -
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>c' ;r'''milieu, ,_, '.. pys.. Ms;hills-- {).by, 'cbedihas- '. ; and suffered:of three:by of the the divisions cavalry! 'less.brigade -; 'A Constant Battle

; '<-' ".6iti.a-t-:., _!-feftf.'tIIe.wlte., '.. s '- I one brigade 'of''the British force 'in !
f o_vw'rke rue(gel 1. ;'without ,the, -.France follows:' : ; '; ASailllt Waste Thru Personal
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b Killed: Thirty-six officers and.127 -
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rviae (a. L. .
and Home
> ; : : : men. Expenses : ,, !
Thw: tk. A..W. .aceeBt. has Wounded: Fifty-seven officers and ;, ,
,aee Me reeerd; .t 'Wi ie iaeesMtIa1 629 men. : (
Hissing: ,Ninety-five officers and
I .cth! aadrGrent rSecerity with 4,183 men.. : t ,.An. .. account In the Peoples National '

ra. N,fie..' This report was. received from : Bank will 'prove to be '
headquarters in France. of the expeditionary
!IPei: eyeer'; C1 ek Ac&ouat .
force. .
... A Fortress of
_. < It is known thai many of the"miss Strength'
'Z ing" .were wounded men sent down .. ';. .. .
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:. :th.;. :.State. . Bank:.t' .Orlando(): .country; regarding whom particularswere : t ; ',: in time of your need, and establishes
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;t; : not available .headquarters.
; - : r standing the
- .t'L. The casualty lists include the namesof : your community _' ,
,
officers'only. Those will be given t
out tomorrow. .
:Further.'reports of_Bltish'casual-

C{ ;j.' ties are expected soon.BASEBALL .1it i!? %

'_--, ..r,-_ '. ", _,..'.- RESULTS .

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vote'at the'end of the thirteenth ballot National League '" . .. .... . :' -.," '- -.. .
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.1Nt1AJ1SjtiESNATEI
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'" : stood Congressman T. W.:Hardwick Brooklyn 6, New York 2.Cincinnati T v V' ; *HM
;:1&4; Gov..John.M.. Slaton,-,110; 4, Chicago 3.
T.;8. Felder,..93, and G.:'.R. HutchenS; Philadelphia 5-3, Boston 712., iD 1

( ,. 4. One hundred ,and eightyeightvotes St. Louis 1-1, Pittsburg 41. Sec ., l lg -....,, .. ..,:. .
: .I- I .are :necessary for nomination; ond game eleven imiingSj'darkness. ; ; .. -- :-:'. :,:.. .
t.. Y '. American League .. ;
rt4.. Maeofi,:GLt Sept:.2. -CongresaoanI. SILLIMAN :DOUBTFUL OF PEACE Washington, Chicago 4.Ten in ./ ;:: :*t':r:;:: :%8 :! ; J ;% r!{? : : { ;: f $1#: ;?} l; ?; ;!$ !iq t. *; ? : ,f r 1;::ff.it; '*
-t .. .'Wl." :, rdwiekwM,. ...,,' ....today. nominated. SOON IN MEXICO nings.by agreement. -.. ....
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_ ;.. 'te" ,._.> term"ofthe' late 1- ''era.em, MeL,'Sept'2.-John R. Boston 6-7, St. Louis 93.
.J. vBfSW '.Senator .}. 0..:Bacon Sniiman,'who has been in conference New York 5, Detroit 6., I FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD TO H. Parker Willis, of New York, isI I patch from Vienna saying that the-
:;...::W; :,the itite' Di aocratk.,convwtfontk I with General Carranza' 'as the Federal League OPEN, OCTOBER lst understood to have been offered the Austrians are preparing to evacuate
\ ";..' >:f< rte th :ballet: :The 'personal representative of President Pittsburg Baltimore; rain. ( post Lemberg, Galicia.
< ...:;;' Brdwkk"236, Skton'133,|Wilson, .came here'todays,from HexI Buffalo .3-5,,Brooklyn 15. Second 'Petitions for a hearing from banksin Lemberg is the capital of Galicia.
,... ". .._- ..,.4.,....:,TWiaas.' .. ":"S.-FeIdW..tJie. ico .City. He expressed himself, as game ten>innings;darkness. '. confronted Washington by a vast Sept.amount Although of Pittsburg and Baltimore which are Recent dispatches have described it
-t: Tfoorth;:" '' t.'.;owithdrew. Jmmediaely' hopeful !)(the_ final success_ of 'the Chicago 'O-Indianapolis 2. liminary "orkthe.. federal pre- dissatisfied with the work of the reserVe as invested by Russian troops, and
In' ,. .. .after- .the-a.. aveationreusem, new constitutionalist' government in 'St'Louis 4, Kansas City 3. board hopes.to the new banking reserve banlf organization committee in reports from St. Petersburg have declared -
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