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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.
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Publication Date: September 4, 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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; g.nJ'PARIS 18 POIN [EVEN ENTRIES[ fOR THE[ AUSTRJANS l LOST

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PRESIDENT ISSUES
: rtip{; 't. Y AIWK'j: i' kNftALthN PROCLAMATION TO Big Celebration Next DEFEATED NEAR'LEM-

.:...' .. :: I I :_:.. Monday BERG BY RUSSIANS
J' HIS PEOPLEREMOVAL
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; AdniTernraryCheckButf ,-a The entries for the Labor Day automobile -
LITTLE.KNOWN CARDINAL
; *-i : < races at Daytona Beach ONE GREAT BATTlES Of f HISTORY
a Month DELLA,''CH1E.SA.1S CM TEMPORARY[ ( closed yesterday and eleven cars have
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CHOSEN been entered, assuring the success of -
f the meet, which, like the racing on
'" ; 4' '.- 1! And Made Necessary in Order July 4th, will be conducted by the According to Reports Received '

I) '. I ...,at Berdea> x WIiIe. rts.S lr8..t., AHoHeeBleat of the'Choice, of :That the.'Government MightBe Orlando Automobile asosciation. The -Servians Put 140,000

'1, .iII' Path.Are. red ,Witk PieW Mea aH Entree.1Meih the'College of, CardinalsWas Able to Carry on Business races will be divided into two classes, Austrians_ "Hors du

.Ares,Threwn Up Between- Made Yester.day'MomiDg 'UnembarrassedParis those for small cars ,and for big.cars. Combat"

\ 'bf r the: SeT Meen-l ertresees ,. In, addition to the prizes already

.. "' k -" Sept. 3.The proclamationissued offered for the winners of the races Rome, Italy, Sept. 3.-The Russian
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',.'.} .' (..'.;Lowk .S. i 3.;.(Spe'.-)-:-P_ = was_ declared in a state of Rome, Italy, ,Sept, 3. -Cardinal by the gov announcing two,silver cups have been offered the embassy has been notified that the
winners of the mile in
Della Chiesa archbishop of Bologna, twenty events Austrians were overwhelmingly de-
its withdrawal Bordeaux
:capital was'formally moved: Bordeaux.. to was as
,. : 0 w&fwiiw WFre, has been elected pope in succession to i follows: both the small and large car races by feated near Lemberg, losing more

,1e fierce battle between.te-; Germans and the allies continues the late Pius X 'The announcementwas "Frenchmen:,' For several weeks the American Supply company. than, 100,000 men and fifty-seven can

': :' 'tht with unabatedlvigor. : ridtheGerman'right'isthirt. : y. miles. made from :the Vatican this our heroic troops have been engaged There will be six races in aH-five,

:," :.fwv it i J. rU forts; . .? morning.. in fierce combats with the enemy. The ten and twenty mile events for both non.The battle of Lemberg, accordingto

r: fi h tm dllttinued today"in[,east'Prussia? and Austrian Gali- ,The new pope has assumed the courage of our soldiers has won forthem large and small cars, and six cars reports, was one of the greatest in
f>- *.HC, *, RuuianS"an fthe Germans and Austrians, while name of Benedicte XV. a number of marked advan will ,contest in each class, the San history. The battle line extendedover

:,cia between,the the Austrians and' Servians.. .It is reported on, good authority tages. But in the, north the pressureof Juan Garage of this city having en- 200 miles and it is estimated

another battle is reported between : that the delay of the conclave in se- the German forces constrained tered a Studebaker in both .classes.The that 1,500,000 men were engaged.

,: .Jin: ;, aH..:'these. ._ ,'.' gagements-'the; 'AustriaBs,- '. are' reported' to. have, lecting a pope was.due to a speech of us to retire. This ,situation imposeson cars will be numbered in large According to an official dispatch to
' "W" ->- 'f0001ffledwoim
.- , stated- here on good" authority-- :that ,Turkey 'has' declared. : that present conditions in the the government a painful decision. to 'easily distinguish them by their Nicholas, commander in chief of the
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numbers.In
- *- > ? ceBfirmat world but especially in Europe, madeit : "To watch over, the national safety Russian forces, the victory was won
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-- form the of their posi of Sanford, has entered an Overland climax when the Austrians
\. i" *v -- !* supreme duty leave. for the moment the city of came were
ONLY'THHtTY. :M1LIS: WAY GERMANS ARE".PREPARING. tion,without reference to the horrorsof Paris.' ; Under the command of its "69,'" which will bear the number 2; routed in a final desperate assault on

BT % :' 'SIjGIOF': PARIS war. eminent chief, ,the French army, full F. G. Rush, of Orlando, 9 Ford, No. |the Russian center which was held by
_ Cardinal Mercier 4; San Juan Garage, Orlando, a General The Austrian
was supported by Ruzsky.
of courage'and spirit, will defend the armyin
the military is"in full con-
/,- ..-:-6PidiiS pt..3' .,="- (Special.).=Taught ) the French and English cardinals, capital and its patriotic population Studebaker "30" No.7; ,W. H. Galicia was acting in close co-op-

;:- .;ln4 of:Park'aad martial kw,l hae been declared. while, the:Germans ,and. Austrians,it against the invader.. But the war Wright, Sanford an American, No. eration with two German army corps

I JThe' iw,,to forts:'Wi: \' the' ;city have been maimed' with is'said, protested againstwhat they must be pursued at the same_ time in 9; W. C. Odom, Winter Garden, a facing Breslau and seeking to envelop

J 1-it".,.,' VefltreGchawnta...arre'being': thrown' up between called an' undue:interference of politics the rest of the'French territory. Cadillac "30," No. 10; and C. G. the Russian forces in Poland. Their
s; '''- -!. ..: with the -l ii1i sfsPiri. function "The.struggle'for Jthe honor of the Smith, Daytona, a Metz, No. 11. plans, however, met with a series of

; .f of the .church. In the big car races B. W. Rowe, of disasters, ending in a complete rout 2
'' nation,and the reparation of violated
a The. hage V .; Krapp, .siege ',guns.<'" that..- -, proved disastrous. to" ,the..- New Pope.Is:Sixty Years Old rights. 'will continue.. ,without.,. peace or Sanford. enters a,Buick "17," which : when an attempt was made to piercethe
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> = ''b inlsoiti todayand it is evident the will bear number 1 0. P. Hern-
-( /NaiwiQ :ar : Cardinal Giacono Della Chiesa was truce and without a stop or a failure. the ; Russian center. ;
.=' 1( mans:aw preparation for: a' siege. v created a cardinal May 251914.. He None of our armies have been broken don, Sanford, an Overland Speedster; A telegram from Nish, Servia, says

". 1 lM-iiii. : Bi,. (;to Be:ifl'BefMa'and Vienna'Within a Month is,the archbishop Bologna', Italy. J"U'some' of them have suffered bearing the number 3; W. B. War- that in a battle at Jadar between

:':. & ',./;|'ASt'' --:Peiirabitrg d. wtchsays..'the._ Russ.... an. chec, (...in east Pruswa .. -.. He was born 'at. Pegil, in'the dioocase only ,too evident losses! ,the gaps in ren, Bradentown, a National" numbered, num- 200,000 Austrians and 180,000 Ser-
S
i' the Russians:;: --- will take.Berlin : of Genes, November 21, [1854, the ranks have' been filled up from bered 6, and a Buick 38, vians, the latter put 140,000 Aus-

f' ; !f only twgwrary; and_that .: dl and' was ordained:a priest.December the waiting reserve forces,,while the 6; San Juan Garage, Orlando, a trians "hors du combat."

;;, ", Vljjitl'. l.a: ,month:;, ' 21, 1$77. .He' served.as..secretary of calling out of a new class of reserves Studebaker "30," numbered' 7; and S.

"a-r:) ,.f8IY.- ,tMomentfrom; Berlin/was. :'to claim- German success. : the nonciature' in Spain; ,from.1883 to brings tomorrow new resources in B. Hutton, Orlando, a National, num-

: "ulll ._. . .:' I. 1887, in which year he.was appointed men and energy bered 8. Bm BALL GAME NEXT
The which W. B. Warren,
secretary to the late 'Cardinal Ram- two cars
r : "Endure.and FightP Is War Cry
of Bradentown will enter in the
races
polla. "Endure and' Such shouldbe |
fight
'1' (TURKS'AND ARMENIANS. FIGHTING. . He substitute I arrived in Orlando yesterday and TH OAY
,\ .. was appointed, secretary the motto of the allied army, Eng-
.j c . ..- --Sept, i'3r-XSpeciaL--A/.geriops. ) collision.is reported tobetween of state in 1901 and 1907' was lish, Russian, Belgians! and French. l were put up at the San Juan Garage -
"" beauties and look to
z Amenians.at elected to the advisor to the 'They are
.,tom aovred .the Turks and the Yau/A; post ? i "Endure and fight! While on the

'* ew.uprtog'of Kurds.is in'ptogrees:, j..1; 4 holy office. sea our allies aid_us to 'cut the ene- be capable going as fast as anyone EAST AND WEST ORANGE
would to.ride and then
V c .v .In the same yeah was appointed care: some
-. .. < T"1 :my's communications with,the world.
.n ; papal nuncio of Madrid in successionto "Endure and' fight! While the more. AVENUE WILL ENGAGE''

;, UAETRIANS.LOST.; ; 149,. :KILLED. \'vOmmED-AND Monsignor Rinaldini, but this ap- Russians continue to carry a decisive The automobile races next Mondaywill IN CONTEST
1 'PRISONERS, pointment was cancelled three days blow to the heart of the German em- begin at 2:30 in the afternoonand
later. This incident had occurred will be preceded at 1:30 by motorcycle -
;/::'Rome l ,. Italy' .;";,Sept,..;;--Spec. .):-A- dispatch- ,says a telegram before he was .made archbishop: just of pire.."It' is for the government of"this races in which it is under- Proceeds Will Go to the British {

: 'fray:Nab,:the:provisional:capital of.Servia,told of a fierce battle Bologna. When Monsignor Delia republic to direct this resistance to stood quite a number of entries have Red Cross Fund to Relieve

at1 Jedar :between. 200,000; ..Austrians_'and. 180,000: Servians, in Chiesa was given this post it was declared the very end, and to-give this formid- been made, and which in themselveswill Wounded and ill Brit-

',> w hjckahe.,Austrians lost 140,000 killed, wounded. and;;taken..pris.7t. in Rome that it 'was mainly able struggle all its vigor and effi- prove an interesting event. ish Soldiers
> ; with the object of combating modern The Orlando band will furnish the
; ciency. .It is indispensable that the -
: 'd religious ideas, Bologna being the government retain the mastery of its music for the Labor Day celebrationat The first battle of the Europeanwar

: headquarters of the National Democratic own. actions., On the,demand of the Daytona Beach and will leave here to occur in Orlando will take

:" .FRENCH:'l &. DENTfAND: CABINET ESTABLISHED ..ATi' 4,!league, whose members advo- military authorities the government Sunday morning_over the Atlantic place next Thursday afternoon at

.': : V yY' ':: :: BORDEAUX cated what' is known as "modernism"in therefore'transfers its seat momenta- Coast Line at 9:56, going to DeLand three-thirty at the fair grounds, when
?? ..' .,_ Junction and from there to Daytonaby
.rBordeiU religion. rily to a point of the tetritory whenceit East and West Orange avenue will :
,. Sept: ,3-Special.-This'. city, the capitalI
: ; automobile. The band has made
-- In January, 1914, while still 'at remain' in constant relations for 11
may contest supremacy in the great
,of he agent \Gisonde; is now, the seat of the French; governtPesiliehtfiPoincare wonderful improvement under the
F ; : the issued
Bologna present pope a with the rest of the country.. national game. The Orlando band 11'j
and.the members of the leadership of Director A. A. Patch !
> French '
: pastoral letter strongly condemningthe "It invites the ,members of parlia- will be on hand and the game will bea 1
':-"' l cab: t eel:today;in. accordance"with(the plan to,remove the tango. ment not to,remain;distant from the and its services are much in demandby gala affair, though the proceeds go

'l..._iPara"duringthe. pendency! of the anticipated. siege. It was 174 years_' since the time of government in order to form in the reason of the excellent music they to a cause which is anything but con- !

r -- i : ;' :' the last Pope Benedicte; In his election -, face of the enemy.with governmentand give. ducive to joy but is worthy of the i:
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to the papacy in 1740 ;the Car their colleagues. 'a, group of national The band will give a Sunday even- patronage of every citizen of Orlando \
FUGmVKS BLARE;ALLIES ARE:HOLDING THEIR OWN dial 'Prespero Lambertmi assumed unity. ing concert in City Hall park at Day- in, whose heart there is a tender spot f'

I . Paris;;,Sept..3Specieb: )Fugitives. 'arriving here today :in- that title. Its an interesting fact Paris, Is Adequately Defended tona, play for the parade at ten for suffering humanity.
o'clock morning and at the .
; ., siflt that.the des are:more.than holding',their'own:on the center that the, new: pope was archbishop of "The government does not leave baseball Monday at Island at Twenty-five cents admissoin will be '
'' Bologna; :while Pope Benedicte XIV. Paris without having assured a defense game City park charged and the entire proceeds of
: ;|ri'of,their.haes... )f is;said;the{allies drove several Ger- four in the afternoon. Monday even-
.
bom-in'Bologn .
s '." was of the city and its entrenched the game will be forwarded to the ,
A.- mto' "'r t t Beiite into' .inarshes. .,,surrwia_ _ing. 'them. and.- causing ,them .As 'in most elections of popes, thechoice camp by all'means in its power. It ing they will give a concert at the British Red Cross fund to relieve the J:
a, to aid anarmiatice :which was:refuoed.. .The people as. .whole has Nautilus ball at the Nautilus casino.
x x a fallen upon.a comparatively knows it has hot the need to recom- wounded and suffering English sol- J
.. ., tee mi* nderf ily'e&1in., The city;is'fujly:prepared'for. a siege.- -unknown. member of, the sacred mend to the admirable Parisian population Those members of the band who diers engaged in the gigantic struggle J.
,' .' will leave for Sunday
1._ ' : Daytona are
. n-; [ = < college of the Roman Catholic church a calm resolution and sang- on the battle fields of Europe. :,
and, as usual, the,high office,is again froid 'for it" shows every day it ,is as follows: A. A. Patch, director; The prime promoter of the-gang-
tM Braun swam' Sao Paolo. Allison and Scott, clarinets
Messrs.
: 1KIll I-1l1 'lit -- '" upon held by an.Italian.' equal to its greatest duties ; is Mr. Hugh C. ,Allen, who while a
1
r.rrift1'
bwe
.. from BrazHian potts Messrs. Raehn, Limpers, Harvey
.. wfeeace ,at" frenchmen, let us all be, worthyof naturalized citizen of the United
'. -. sin"relied the
1' .or ; +: coasssBce- Burkhart, Hoffner and G. Monroe
.BAsEBALL
/ oUI. RESULTS these tragic circumstances.. We States, holds a tender spot in his
r l'1n1D. mot :Eiiepean war. Patch, comets Edgar Thompson, solo
: - shall gain a final victory. and we shall ; heart for the land of his nativity, the
The; Blanche was .bound, from ,Powell first alto Ed-
'. \ : : : ,National alto; Dwight ;
-
enduranceand
League gain it by. untiring !, British Isles. Thursday being one of
v Buenos'Ayres.to Hamburg, under second alto Mr. Niver
the win McDowell, ,
: ,. : Cincinnati 0, Chicago 7 i tenacity. A nation that will,not ; the few remaining half .holidays
f:1 .tSTEIiAQI Geraaa;"fog, bet,. learning thatwarbadvbe slide trombone Donald Helms, first
_, ;
c 7 Boston 4. live retreats before
; ; Philadelphia perish and which to I the summer and the cause being so
:': ... . ,'PMIJBNGIIS'' ' ...- ., .?;declared.. between Germany' BrOoklYn'3-2, New York 67..' neither suffering nor'sacrifice is tenor Harry James, second tenor; worthy will doubtless draw a big
", and .
"? .' .i. :( : : Sfl kiiid abe pat back to Pernam- George Jumps, baritone; Mr. Vieh- i
. : i .. J STARTED..TRt1UHLE .AND; burro.-. St Louis 6-3, Pittsburg 11-10. sure to vanquish. crowd'to the fair grounds. Go out
h She.badaboard"the Sao FAU- tuba drum
;. : man, ; Mr. Taylor, snare ;
j Lea K. contribute
American and your quarter, which
se"OP..TlllllIILLID. lo's paoBOPgore:asserted, ,seVelai"ini1Ii and .Mr.,Vlenman, bass drum.
'- New York 10, Washington '4.. PASSAGE THROUGH SOO CANAL will,go to ,the relief of some unfortu-
.: :. .: !t: < :-.. _-.. ?p '. ie&tf wd for:Leadon;and Boo Spanttrfs Boston -3-6,_'Philadelphia 1-3.. DENIED.CANADIAN. nate man suffering for the comforts,
Tortagwee '
'.: FWmttOdrSidl... ,rreelei. ) Lll1.. in the steerage ,federal.LeageeChicago '.OFFICIALS, JA.. COTTON, GROWERS CONFERENCE which you take as a matter of course,
i Pernaa .
!F'i' ; i WJMn' ttco '!8 reached...thesle .
aPOSTPONEDColusnbn
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) tl. 7'Y. 4, 'Indianapolis5.Barg . on the battle field.J.IeREYNOtpS .
< .. rag :paootgers:Insisted that, tie 2-4' B ; : 'Yaci sac :Island Mic a.,. Sept.,. 3r- 3.The
. \i.l - ...; t- .... .J' Itimere,5-L S.,C., Sept ,conference
i t.. ','vIt -*' F : : 1- aaip. pro'!!d.to ,bar:fee :a_ad =Brfalo2_; : .Brooklyn '.10-1_. (Special):='The life.''steamer:;North at.Atlanta today of cvernors AND, GREGORY

'} ") !. ... ri". '-."'-. ) upon tha' '-- Iafaeal. of.' ,'the .BlueeII'.'; l ,St,;Louis'9,-Kansas t--City 12.. American' (;"was. :refuted :=passage (:the.niae-principal n states to TAKE OATHS OF OFFICE
heirs to' do --
: ': : : so _. riot started. The : '
the Soo caaal by Canadian
f. ,Seethent League ugh. diseuM Jneans'.of'averting: financial -
l few. okl 3.-A: iist a 5f bodie. othe, ate ge Bass agerswhow :Atlanta. -, 2,.--Mofttgemery U.. ," officials"unless 'they:,-..be .'aBow 4'.-toH lew:to;:the.producers. through failure Washington Sept. 3.-James C.
..Bin tC w a ...' '1R..It ..; ;...., .:..... thrown. ... : . 1- z &*41hA Ij .. .M.- '' *. ..
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.. it ) .... -J9 New Ori Ia8;6hieeepkis ... t BreB, WO MMfrrtiisd ( .tfcreettofi, aarket.has,. :been,indefiBitaiy ,-'! McReynolds took the oath today as
.. 'Ja'tM'. ', __ ''' If.r1IidJ' ..."' :te'S o'.h.. a p..a.atr& .. ;thir ....tt" <: t - -
.J.'J' --" ... '. ' : ,0'Cstbrnoega ( : postponed by G v. Locke ,of an associate justice of the supreme
---,.:ia'wW.ToIoI.-:. .,... Dhat8 ... ' '"" _:'" J firth. CHaa,:who called.the meetmg. -. court.

} Ctfj1ti.. 't __,1.IIrM ::1I' e,C an: thp. were. tw up.at ':A't M. "'fall. of. Bt"" Your wffl ". ..;'..'TB"_,,__ \!<.s ., . Iwbfiity: Of.'the:'governors; to .Thomas W. .Gregory was sworn in

: ... J I. .. .' -',*-, ... ... P'.o_, "'... ' "' .o vbsi. "' the_ .< ,Sao_ __ :Pale. W':JIV"', wac- '- .:.:..-. :'at. 'Qri. . & -. :Pk' Laael< -L ,'eiwasx ttted fa"gfreo'as ,tiereason in' a, as attorney general, succeeding Mr.

Ji todty "'t,).11 aboard .w y:.;.;'. ;. a L 1 I_0'- :;."s izt-"wa0olloe'_. 't', -,' .J'dQa......,... ,,.-::;?.. -'Pt. '. telegram received 'h re today. McReynolds.:

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;_4_ 111., r&'..."red "'$': J.- ( .1.4*:" the.country that creates:German ... ... ".FOR: SALE Bus leaves Orlando Sunday, Sep. Entrican. 1.20tiDon't
J.. *.. *totamfaf H *.. Mr.Wkr . IX Sept 2.:Mr..J. E.,;Tracy militarism. It is,the 'e enormous ',For the, month of ,August- 'I' will tember 6th, at six-thirty a. m.; returning -

if MM aM it s writer,'of has"sevwed'his" coaaection, .with. ., theNovthy body,of,officers,:with whom the army sell; at my farm, plus at 85 cents per Monday evening. Number of wait for every one In town to
' strand, and oak at ,$1.00 also passengers limited to ten. Fare $3.00
., pi** tad VHM, and.ketwtr rf'itlic: i'Works'andis' to Ortaado is" 'life : ; some I have Entrican, the inter before
: moving : a profession and whose idealsand cheap. A. S. Hodges, R. 1, round trip. Don't delay-only ten
Be w$ fil May ketw dates. ,;fie 'where he.inl1'eegago; in :.bu8tIi .attitude' towards the nation, are' Orlando '730lmWe can go. See Morton Jones and secure you up. try.Phone Am 636,too and busy I will to.be look you
rem II --t, irRi- "'.....l M/i,. not :those that are -in keeping:-with. a ticket. job. 1-20-tf on the
...... r- .i' ,' ':Mr.M. M. Hobson moves'today out the intelligent aims'of human society and loan.you 8-25-tf MORTON JONES & SON.

'''J. X Bwfctk,.ofCtiaafe' ;.v.: on'hk f, a ,We regret;his.,leaving la the'twentieth century., .These officers money_on restate at 6 per cent

w'W0I MptpMt.. MM.BMUvftyi. : town'as he'has proved:himself to'be ;constitute a ;military caste that j: interest Curry Building Guarantee. Life & Loan"Co., Read the advertisements daily. Woo 1 Woo 1 WGO 0I I
lea-4.1. Hiiml el 4 WoMM. .eJiWrtIiL TamP3.25.4&wtf
M>. a very.desirable; citizen. A-large part associated. with, _the'ving institutions : :
"..f. !, o* the eoIDJIUU ty called'onhim, and of- autocracy and feudalism '

.. Ifcm KtiiLat. *.Orange, '. CenMr hfe.family l St" evening Wbid:'him';a that have come 'down from bygone DR.GEO.NASHVETINARIAN Excellent Core Pine Wood Supplied
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t' ',Wifn. !?"; }.?Jtofif. ." are. '.".-... very pleasantly. 'spit with music, refreshments soldier is' not; dishonorable; and if
,: R Jaffa*;*' iWf ftm+ .'tWr .daflghte;;s, etc.' :We. expect to be men are to be led there must be those -

.91'1 ".;Df: Refers."aid> '>MM.. 'Gregory, able to welcome'him"teck to Taft before prepared to command. But it is a Killer Will OFFICE PHONE 34 SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE

-r'tl, Tenaerse, ,'aad,.tMr-. '-'sen,- .Mr.,GIo-' eianyrmontha.1i'fact, he will calamity when civil society is so overridden --; MAGRUDER STABLESOSTEOPATHY STRANDS OR MORE
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':"1\ vN9::-good;:,feokiagi+iiome'Ha com- We heartiie' busy chu k-chuck, of France xxidd. have settled their ELDREDGE BARIOW

., i) $ --:, Mr." : .'Paulay'lasTekaige. . ofS the engine of the\Novelty'Works; so differences, and become' firm friends, QurtsSfc. 'Ga118l SI.H(**). DR. J. C .HOWELL Telephone 375

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.', si 'fteCkrwtka, 'Workei'ss of; fee I Holtsclaw hipped 'a car'load 'of 'orange rapidly to throw off the incubus of. extra charge for house treatment South Street, near A. C. L.

t1\ UHoiebepel.eld. <. 'a locial, .'..iuld8j- :boxes'today. this offensive and evil, militarism. Carrntkrs &: Gore
.: 3. '.f... flg, -wkki" Waa.wen.'att8ac1ed." ', [ ,J.'IL Tracy, A E.. Boyce, .C. A. From "The Progress of the ] Telephone connections Tracks,
,-' The>bKc'.,stfcool Hrerwill' open Tompkins.'and grandson,, Charles, in the American Review of Reviews Office cor. Orange and Central Aves. 9-1-lm

Ssptimber'14th 1 i.'the. 'C' at8'haJmf,. , been. were transacting business in Orlando for September.
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.: :..tegt ;.' laad or water'in the fieldjfcar for a ,very;successful' term of school threatens to repeat the devastationof

: proffaa i 'tor'ta'h: r Day are bass which'no."doubt we. will'have as Prof the great cyclone of last spring. .,.

t-J...,.,......- rMthiri r_each'day.. The Riley gave good. satisfaction'here theo THe surf lashed by a southeast .

,, }{-1. :""" "' :: e-wiUbe- ; ."exckfeg. last:term. We are and have good gale, has reached the front of the lifesaving < .

,: .deft.,:as:tiieee are'many'good;gwimBMM reason to be proud of ,our school. station and merchants are .
;' 2e toe ameeg :the_ ..girls as- .wellIf bu ding:._ moving their goods. The wind is in : J

F' as bo: : J, A. Simms.and.C.Avery. motoredup creasing. l
K:: 'Hfce last pkaic,held m_:Aden's,grove to Orlando today. ,

i. .blr'tk4 PiwCwtie,:people was .theSoa&y .. ;Formers and gardeners 'are.'busy I 'MEN'S : '
ENGAGEMENT AT SEA HEARD
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'. ,iehoel puaic"in: ,Hay. Very __
now paging in their,crops,'but somenice'showers'would AT ST. AUGUSTINE ; ., ,
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k ,'eetbodylame.eaetyday sad the blr now as the is;too for V
'1- ground dry oral shots ,were' heard this morning
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6 p. m. Perfect satisfaction at moderate
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groaps are', Iso', invading northern/Galicia, prices Mrs. A. S. Hodges.
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II1sW, ftatlwltfct ., '*i'CI' .sjii'si ....-. ' 1 I I." ,.- .; :poked" :out ;aho : I THH JTI DRUG T RH gNdrs zti .
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at'ttiri *..;aa4:tfcaa.boviiad. .feto <<'.-few'tiffleain; 'basebaU" hntoryt .
oeer at'tMe' tII tJ.ii V: rfoar."ioas; witkone. seih I Dofl't' BUSS this'.Money-Saving Sale.
j mtt;ntvntti tfce.baftr .. '1F, iII t: J.8' ::1' tiMer .Ms SaJec.r--et: I We are act offering shop worn goods. I SPECIAL FREE. OFFERWith
? 8tdc ha4 waW tot,',b$ tkeVB I ',Larry;Doyle, of:the'Giants,' carved bat class .
high goods the. prices of
Challenge Fount Syringe 2 gt, $1_value 79e a $LOQ purchase of any article m oar
m.iedamctiMbaUbiMilaaMi
.,... l'- hk MUM Ja baaeball's.hall.of facie:a Seamless Fount.:Syringe, 2 qt. JL50._;$1.01 wWck have bee& voluntarily reduced, store during this sale at regular price,we will
'P' ; :;pjftyiaf, k. tw.'WMa, .. 'he. cracked. :wt, Oxford Comb. Syringe, 2.qt., $. 0--__ 2.18 which is'.a saving of 20 to 40 per cent. give FREE 1 25c bottle of our famous Dero
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.; of .the. Giants-Pirates game. Fount 2" ____ 1.15 fectant will make gallon of disinfectantthat
,, iCintiiad.Wt .os'"_ .fb r. teggtr,.in swat ended the, combat in'lag Tiger Syringe qt. $150. one
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'" ; bargains only for Thursday,.Fri will destroy bed bugs, flies, mosquitoesand
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dayand'Sa Only a few left. .
:ilttffee.fir*bile &. &.m do for Welter Johnson, one,of}]the.Sean- y. ..
. ."",'".. ...=...,bawd' tii.wu.1. fa torsdoea, not hit 'em often but.when.
'* it right;....'. TSe Wl' Wt oferti I' be ,happenings.. H BULK CURES MOSQUITO BITES
: {board;aid. >to. tJte"HttJe apsesisre ,&eoenected with a ball in.Washington
fctfoiaa At &*d aa* a:'l eace. Be- :.some'time back and hit it so CUJ'V Dean's Mosquito Bite Cure t.

;.o' ''tiMMt. . J"c..w. ',. digit. -ont, hard he'knocked off;the cover.. Thee made from Gum Camphor,
"Cy! ,":,who;f rwp Btly:few made 1 9 landed 'over 'second base' and Carbolic Acid, Oil Penny-
t -I'41 ,.1 rsesrel ,.:"tie" '"arm the::;rert'::of' the baH landed'" few. royal hol, will, Oil relieve Citra and Alco-
mosquito
tiiyboiee'' ..3 k'bs ':ttd VM- ',entfed wife" 'a mSes". 'outside.the'ball park.. bites instantly and drive
ir: .: Larry' ? Doyle>> has:another claim to These frkes MlAM lie Time them away. Price 25c. 4

-:4 t.ttic'Btl" Lange, ibo,played;withIbEChteue fame other. than that :which, came Under this, heading we ,list 'most of the
.... .fc:_"Ae.:: old '.days, through. hk blow in Pittsirarg. Playing common drugs that are likely to be needed Soap BargainsPalm
whaled' ryas Wl:erne" tfce,;water. 'field 'on the:Pacific Coast, he smashed many home. These prices are money savers: Bay .Rum ,
tme* ,im/C.ekaai one' day. ,It the'ball through the'-only knot hole Epsom Salts, lOc lb. 5 Ibs.,for ___!_____ 30c ,
I 'e 'shed'Arwgh the'widow of a salw -. in the fence. .It; was in\ right field.. Sulphur, lOc lb. 5 lbs. for___________ 35c Olive Soap____________" lOc Best quality Bay 4
; :iewsie the:atre.t',and pup The hole'was'just a trifle larger than. Jap Rose Soap lOc a
: Cooking Soda (best quality) Ib_________ ,5c T------------ Rum pint .
:ft pboette party :jUt as one: f't1 r e the.ball,-but .Larry drove it square :Borax, Ib ____________________________ 15c Violet Glycerine, 3for, _______ 25c ,
players wu.oa: 'the:peat of,melding at ,the hole; and the' ball, inStejd .ofcaroming Alum, Ib ______________________ 25c Armours Venetian Bath Soap, 50 cents
:. .'-' off, went through. Sait Petre, lb ______________________ 20c a regular lOc high grade
."Bock"!. Freeman,, 'al*> known as Cy Seymour, hti a ball ,in Boston Coppeas, lb _________________________ 6c soap, this Special Sale, doz. 95c
'.Home 1_",Freeman, connected! Faith and.if never,touched ground unto it Cream Tartar, lb .. 50c
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:f. 'age (Chief:Beader1! twisters b(. reached New York,Cg's:drive cleared Denatured Alcohol, pint ______________ 15c CRUTCHES H '
,game.:at. :Phfladelphk," Minot only the;fence,and the' ball dropped into Wood Alcohol, pint ___-:___..___._____. 15c; SHIVAR, GINGER ALE -
bled the.ball oat'of.the lot,bot droveJtVb one:of,the open cars of'a freight train I Real Moth Balls Ib ______:___::______ lOc This Ginger Ale is the only ale made which We have Crutches in all a
j. )i ,ai| ?efea. 'irfadow-. ; _.,the that was passing at the time. It was Oxalic Acid, Ib _____.;.______________ 20c does not constipate. We are agents for this sizes, Regular Price, $1.50,
.eeoad,. '".. ,.'.'of;a, ".bogie. :\that.-was' .;a found by a;brakeman when,the train 'Witch Hazel (full strength), pt.._______ 25c Ginger Ale and.will refund the money up to
.'htedc. away- -.frwn,.the. :JIl'' t.. ; reached. ,Gotham. Castor Oil, pint ___________________ 25c } one claim.dozen Especially bottles recommended if it does not for do stomach all we SALE PRICE, 98c
; ;7aa':;J JaduoB;'of,theNapem'theep ; -- k trouble. Price, $1.25 dozen.
.. nlonolbasebaR veterang,'bk the ,
kicest. tone',ran in 'tihie ',history i of. The' Robert, Hungerford NormalaDd' ' Save 'money by buying our CARE OF TEETH a
baseball It WM"ia 'a:game,m' New Industrial' School will throw open % bulk spices. :More.for yours beautiful Lady or Gentleman.brush, finest This .,
'' October 1-1914 for its faH t This 25e tube of Chapin's j
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drive money and always fresh.N'
York laat:year;;; Joe's cleared quality bristles that willgive
term.. We hope .all students will! be Tooth Paste and a .25c
the tap of the jofty'.kigeld grand CLOVES GINGER you years of service,
the first The,buildings sold for "1.00, Tooth Brush for 38 cents. ;
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.. .are:being thoroughly renovated now on sale for 71c, a Regular value, 50c.
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Men, was a saving of 331-3 per cent.
T: Wore the ball :maet ;-possible. .Any information
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: ..2tt feet. clear,. of fie park' concerning the school may be We.' have built our business so far upon the solid foundation of a substantial service rendered to every cus-
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though ;you' must stand :in line for,hours. No, we, are smart enough to know that it is the Big Bargain Shows we

r are :giving:.you: that ;makes you grab after tickets like a mother would a long lost child.

? :And Remember/thee,same:Pictures, we .show at the Grand; for 20c are'shown on .Broadway for upwards of a Dol- t'

;Iui: .and e oneknows: that New Yorkers are the kind that wanttheu money's worm, and [lusually get it. j

,1 J.t.t ufJIlOneYt. 'and,lotsbfit,;:to:rent_ ,;such expensive features as Mr., (Famous PIayersr-with Henrietta Crossman, Burning Daylight" (Bos-
1, ;BarxMfi,'of'.New: York;,;The;Better )fan, etc., and the.pictures are just as worth); "Bobby Burnit" (Lasky), with Edward Abeles, "Such a Little
:' 'good .as',a maftager makes. them: ,By this remark we :mean that the Queen (F. P.), with Mary. Pickford,' "The Pursuit of a Phantom," with ,
;i managerwho.pays,real:money.will.show.you real.features. and don't let Hobart Bosworth. i
,1 'yourself:imagine for/a;: 'moment'that the'high-class: showman sleeps on a "Marta of the Lowlands (F P.), with Bertha .Ka1ich, "The Rose of

,j Jwil of roses,'for:'we'say.to you that. your. one 20c goes only. a short ways the Ring" (Lasky), with Charles Richman, "Aristocracy" (F. P.) (star
,towards:renting'a'feature film.', to be announced later), The* Hypocrite (Bosworth), with the Smalleys,
.,;We have weeatly contracted for the showing in'orlando'of'the pictures "The Battle" (Lasky) ,(no ,star announced.), "The County Chairman"
.J ;tMteompriee: the'paramount program; this will positively greatest (F. P.), with Maclyn Arbuckle. ,-
1 array",of big<:pictures,this" world,has ver.-seen and inasmuch as' our'-pa"Behind the Scenes (F. P.), with Mary Pickford, "Strictly Business"
.i :trpne"are ia erested in knowing:what is"in'store'for them,'we'quote hereF.P..);, with John Barrymore "The' Rose of the Rancho" (Lasky),
:with the;; names,.of::some"of.-the.' mammoth: :paramount :productions: "An "Chechako" or "Smoke Bellew", (Bosworth), with Hobart ,Bosworth,
Odyaseylof,'fyJfaiW;featuring 1L:Bosworthh:,the,coming Season, ".The: "Valley of the Moon" (Bosworth)', "Texas" ("Lasky), Wildflower" (F. '
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r f. ;t1ie bestof the La&ky re-i
.iT8 aaye\we eae.tcrlti ;.. {-!: .;GREED,FOR. LAND teasefi,,"The Only Son," has a deeper
s r ; ?*** -" agwieawe. than 'the5others.and ,
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: u li1Mr.iwta ia :1 Doea;oa f- <( ; I
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iflrie'middle: ',of the Eighteenth tp the human heart, especially
astral, 0 *1 $I M eras' h erty;ef. ipeeeh go 'with",a proclaaa- in the big sympathetic chord it strikes
r a ors awr YWr. 'of' aeeiitralky century 'the'philosopher Rousseau. in compassion for- the' The
tion; .:'and the 'eaptoy- erring..
6 I8MJ ....." ,h : dent'a3J eBioff-'r..uDi: L.:.: .Wrote'" Ihese,:'wordsiThe'fir strong note is not in prominence, but

: ...1 ,. ._. ...:. ;; ;-. .... .. ... i:fie president:did.not'issue a -. ;'man;'who; ,after, 'enclos-j the quiet lesson conveyed is more NW(
..,. .... proctttion" impressive on, .that account. It i is
.llNl./,11.11 NI111Rf1 iaga of ground, took it hishead 'i
piece
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... ..- :.1NHN1N..1f. J.JI 1 ',that you ,should not tafluBe into true art to keep ethical considerations
... 1 14.1N,1,11- ..;.111111i(;.. ,,,..merely, .offered T: to say,,This is mine,' and foundp.eople in background'weaving them imperceptibly -

... I.1'- .._..11..11..1 .:.:..1, .. the,. beetof. thsoadwieeidgave .sample-enough' ,to, believe him -.into, a story apparently!
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i: . ..... ..... ;.. ..,.,....!...UI,:. -followed- :v'if was the_true,founder of civil'society.ov ) devised for no other purpose than its =
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should_be the .
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.. first.and foremost. one, that of entertainmenjL -
'i;,- <.to,'AM.I' .. -: \"': .:. m nnable to't lli>>w.....Mr.. :,Wilson's. bgfc,- $ > many---.. ''cranes' how. many wars, - ". "
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oMr .. iiyr.4.... tk''i........ he-need'not'"ref' from-:critic n.- howlman1'Jnui e how many misfortunes This isthe first of the great'Para..
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....... ... w tir.lrl e at w.Mirr ,X .* S. and horrors,'wonld'that man Picture;R-bgramnie,.and it is-to. the
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__; .. .. ash ;/;Tin pa: ..thinksIt ought ,to ,be a have saved the. human species, who have such a great series in Orland
tE11. 'w...ar.cr ,a:.II south'Florida' 'for the U. s: pulling up stakes.or filling up the .,.
.ifeirtb. Wsl a1'. man, ., "senate to witness this production and satisfy '
..' i(;Bryan goes 'to the :aapremeben& ditches,'8ho d'have cried to his fellows themselves that we are not charging
z' MJ=.......I..h&w5E. : ..Qf'conrseJacksonvile':does : ''Be sure not to. listen'to this any'war prices," but'we want to give
a./i t1e office Ia wrltiDc worth the and
III .............,...r 1& will," net?ooni de anything- like;::that for imposter; you are-lost if you 'forget the you same pictures time to be price a credit at\to

ems arson'M a:W Nor rSS11Sr Y......;.subsszlpdoa....:' rats- ., even,'ode minute. Compromise the that 'the,.fruits of 'the earth 'belong your city. prove' : 'Day

;, ' natter,.gentleea.There,is.avaikbk equallyxto,all, and the earth itself Every one of these great picturescost .

'. ::FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER;1,..Mil.VHMtiM '"ti B"berin'central'Florida. Plenty to nobody';"" I I much two as and any a features half to thatare three, times being a s

af.b'rainain:: both the'north' and south Today never before, .the sentences shown in this.cityand were we not :

: big towns;;'.but ftey have not:got _any .of Rousseau; written 150 years advancing our price of admission o n '
: f strong' M t of defense;. lead pipe,cinchon gray matter.. ago, ring true these special occasions, it would bean :'. :

I :.J..i ,ahe.. ,,:;Gib........ :-iti- e.J"f.t I .... (. '.." '* ..;... In Europe Three million men 'stand impossibility us to even consider to for
showing'them. We want YOU
:__ -de feaee t,. ; A gentleman looting at the 'enlarged ready for-slaughter. A German army;,,; ten us if it is worth the price. U you

:> :_ : : 2 J auditorium of:tie,Presbyterian leaVing,death and destruction in its are satisfied, we will continue to show
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... :J1;.,1 '... ...' ...:JUVa.- ... a.ADI5, ,", ,IUN ehfiiththe :otherday;remarke dthatiTthVfair ; wake, advances"'upon.Paris. ,A great them; if not, we 'can. show you. features -
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do&t 'tereeftiat>.. ,:whet' '.dtecuae, ii gaieirl grounds: should ..get too Russian force throws_itself across thee for 5 and 10 cents-as well a
any other house in the city. We wan 9t
., :,' sail to aecomttodate.the. ... fair' in- thpaid German frontier. mammoth_ fleet the, people to run our house by letting t FALL
to:comethe;whole of, the eziibits -' of dreadnoughts stands between Eng us know what'they want, and in .
;. Trs k'Clwk ii"too,wise.a politician 'could be--moved into-the churchyard land and starvation. In Belgium women this way we feel sure that we are certain -
'fe':tar, she. 'senatorial; rIHe d&ti,' l :leave plenty of to please.them. It is up to you
; ; room and old men gather the harvest Adv.."'. ,
.kaow.."*'r :whefe".his" pretteis" .are"' ob7 for,the'crowds who attend., AH Europe lies'crushed and bleeding, .

'.... -....:.- ',,.,..,'+ K ''; 'S. *, the ,sword, of the wafgod bloody ,to BOARD ANDROOMS-House: newly Just
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"El the wind'that ,
:; f 0 ;profits nor
; ,the hot, Beneath the plain of Waterloo furnished and remodeled. Northern -
Dee|*, ..the laws agaise du, rderly body." An order f or 5BO, OO..yards of ;the dead of centuries awake startled cooking: $5 and $6 per wee! .
': .:,:. b& nuisances and American cottOn cloth for .makingaeroplanes Excellent location. Magnolia House, .
,e ftdp* :\ .: va g V the ceaseless march of tramping .
J corner South attd Boone streets. Mrs.
.the has alreadycome to this
: ,ww. poeUcontinue"to ; ,. ;
armies There is
:war Marie Lewis, manager. 9-4-lm
i country, as aresult, of the cruel. war;:, .
cause
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:: .t'.' u, A that- pressed people seeks liberty. No na WANTED-A. good second hand au.
Kansas
eontemporaryremarks'
the
Rnnninnif declare
theywil1
-'. be this 'm estimated to tion hopes to right a great wrong. tomobile-no "junkheap. Apply H'H'NEW
in Beef ...i-VJeHa'.within crops year
month: No conflict for principle or religion Magnolia House, corner South and
'3 TiPea',.. . .be_ met .there' by the be.WOrth100,000Q00. -..And- ,"says the ''for'1 betterment Boone streets, between 5 and 6 o'cloc
' no hope "
,Tr'sii' :aWe < nit -. wntemperary,-Kansas is a dry state, rages; umhn p. m. 9-4-4 t
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lies'ahead.' .
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:"' '! NoW;' we'would like-to be informed r
', ; o bore prohibition affects the f Greed.Js the answer,,greed for powergreed : .'F.;
,wodd,;mschprefer; that the crop o T HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber in
: ,for.territory-the greed of Conscientious work at fair prices .
< that stated:-Apalachicola Times.:
t ted'S4. remain
fleet
t 6 ; in Mexican ',' that founder of civilization who Phone 629. 106.Court St. 8-23-tf
: ;,waters' rather<,than mil. up too That's ..easy., No: crop,' excep tcried I "This is: mine!"
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weeds, wHl' grow, successfully with:
ktQl uropean4vatere. : ,
: ,, Rousseau told the story-the earth iMMoCUftOCH'S
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: out the'aid of 14borNo drunkard SILKS
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win or. itself belongs' nobody.
exercise> hoe follow a cultivator.
y p AuMii >tire ;
videy trying; l will It its
tie :RasaiaM\ooi'by leaving' their Ergo, no.:;saloons, 'less drunk not'grant. prefers VERY
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,. :horrors andits, misfortunes, its wars
thousands of dead;on the_battle :field ards'and.better! : crops. -
A 4 of slaughter and butchery.
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.for the:invaders to :
.' bary.. :Mr..:Howard,' of the ,Citizen, suggests And yet, faster than it knows,.the
0 :' that the o railroads be ordered" to 'world is unconsciously going back to
'A: Lake.:Worth man has invented a blow their whistles when they come the days of prehistoric civilization. Departnent Store ..

palaetto Mt't{ 'van :iafftrument ntotown: ,. So as. to ;void accidents. Already it has torn down the'work ..
that ia'worth mere to :Florida', than : '
Nothing .would please the 'railroadceiipany of. nineteen centuries. Today on the LARATION INFLATIONS."i
:, aH.the costly machinery of war in use. :
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:5 fe.;Ewope.I .. better than to,be allowed European continent the gospel. of
omit the safety. gates ,and send their Christ is a mockery. Jelly Tumblers
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locomotives screeching, :through the

.An .OriawJo:youngster grabbed' the city, at aH.times'of the day and night :

'Sei. -'jr iti.' ywterday. .''''meraing- - t -''and. >:'deif -- But. if AMr. Howard happened io have I imiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM, "' i Fruit Jars
:4 '.dared to Ju pareata:.that;;theiGer.bonbon ( his: home anywhere within*three or i -T. 'K _! lOAN : -
,ttansiwew; "dropping ; the tracks :
; on foal blocks of the he would
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i alleys" :of:Paris.y . f not advise such a measure. The Licensed Plumber and, all kinds
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4 ,# roads would ,like to run aU. their: Sanitary Engineer

4 ..,'The'TarprTre..aays.; .interna-. trains. clear through town.at a"30 mile estimates'Furnlshed. Jobbing .', be

,tie' Dal- ;lyiag, 'iadee.::-, ed... "From. :r ad._ .' clip and obtain measure',of .safety ,Promptly, Attended to. '

:Ae, ;cofiffictfeg. war news one I' b y shrieks that would:awaken.every-, PHONE 629
PreservilPllettles
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.-/1 ti .:;ee eto the. andaeien thiit-it I jody within half'a mile of the tracks "
io6: Court Street
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{:4we stiH aWe to .iIt'1Ip and take noarH and make life' a burden to the nervous NEW
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g? : Flabeat1: ; : :and:sick., .But,the' civilized ways 'RLAl1 9, fltmlA. ....
.. -. "- :to have the;.gates and'compel the 4 1lmIMItiHIIIMIIMIMIMt- 28 S. Grange velie. !

.;-, d 'If,.soeUi; Florida wants a -senator roads, to keep; witiiin We limits ospeed. f NEW MOIRE ;

f 'i 'the say.of:three or,four'(mndidatea3ato .' The'.common .people have a | IIIHIIMIIIMMIIIIIIlittllllllMIMIHIMIMillllMltMHittttttlttH

.: f. the'race'a I no way to-seewe:one, THE NEW

't" .l ,:...'the 'yan', -
per. the, minority to name. the ROMAN
'- Does Kodak take good picture? If not will !
< ...-..., J' your a we examine -
.,; t: = it and tell All films
why developed by
{J ;' you expert. SILK
"lac tions With Conetantio. :: :
- c} ,. 10 CENTS ROLL.
:pk is .cut. ''.off..and'it is'uncertain.
ii. 11 ';whether (not Turkey:has declared BENGALIES : :

., t): .m:, With',tmaendous:odds.against cELROY'S PHARMACY

ij ',Giemaiyand: Austria it is hard to ,h 8. triaL.ldftl'J II Il'IIs. PLANE M. Try Nr Ice Crew.fllMlimMMIIIilMimilMMtliMMIIMMMMIIIIillimilMimMMiMMm. OTTOMAN

n i .belie+re1tbatkthey; ., .can ultimately_'triunph '
U m the present-conflict'and the PEKIN ;
.', t eat .e.; Turkey >will
:' .. :practical ead'of: ,;that, once 'mighty
CHAMELEON
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:. > :It;ie treble Aat The American ,
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: jjNat| 6Ml: beak, PeBsaWla, ,.which' "

.' *> doaed-Tierfay 'morning. will ,reopen : TUf' Wf

v",:',-shortly, :', ,J The.,aaieta" of.. (the_ .hank' ..'-'are" JEELRY FOR EDDING

.:..--: rs'. '" gaodshape,and_ the_ cling, 'of.'the.. "

.T ;f; ,buck_ '. f..... .ae. "' brerght. -about- purely .,.. ' !k
1"'t wild. rumors of ftssi iasolyencythat '_.; For the bride countless in Silver Cut "_ BLACK AND '
11" :.;: .e' '' - '' :. , things _;--;; :_
caused run'whkb
-: ::t1, a: :quickly ex.S ;f. Glass .andFine China. Rare.jewels of every description -t ." ;" ? :
;on;hand.' Still '
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< : jril arg e: 'that:panic ,;' .': : .
4 create'panics. J' ; For Bridesmaids. Ladies of Honor Flower .- ASK TO

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' :'tJ { 0 : : .. Girls, etc.;.Bracelets, Brooches s, Bar .Pins, La Val, ".. TAPE

. _, J A;girl:'who was.'starvifig.on seven : < .tiers, Wristlet Watches, Silver Vanity Cases., :.
dollars- week ,.Marehell''FieM'ahig : -
m, Purses Card Cases, t2 Ottcago' Mere, rather',than:sacrifice .

'.her.hofior stole fifty dollars.from .. -': ,''-.. For the.ushers--Cuff Links Coat.Chains, Two-;:

; ; ".- :the tm. S was arreated and tried, :;: ." Pocket Chains, Full Dress Sets, Gold and Silver' y:} 'c'NO

"'r j aekaowledgntg. taking. ,the money, ; : ...'y =Pen Knives, Pencils,.'etc. ... \ '. ,'-: PRICE
.?; L.The jury found her.not guilty;on the ,".' ,- "" ,< :-

..t-i\; /theorytkst Mar aU',Field'bad;:been < ", :. ', ''Let,us help you with. your, -wedding presentproblems. .;

. ::rr" Tetbia :h r:of'liriflg wages and:tfeat .../ ':., : '- ., 5 -jf
., ? big'store >the real ;: "
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from: .Ktfeisaaee ,an-- :

{; :.:*eu' ':-the'. :E:profeabaity. .:.-hat jHoL'-C" : '., UICKSON .IYSI( CO.

L: Carson;may, enter, tile senatorial _. jr
. ;_ toucceed.se..tor- .
:; ; Bryan,,while -
''ex-Governor:: 'Gflehriet'.thinks this 'k :

r.W: tuie.: ,These'feelers, are: pet':oat T.h.Evans; tIijeeI. k .DIPARIMfNTAl

to Me how,HHMfe
,.wffl hriBf, but tiwe:can be:BO c doubt = "" ,.
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:: Oat aa JaUmtiBg, ',,fight;,,wgl' be}onStoatcc ;.. I IM # t..I3ANfiS, FAVORITE. SHOPPING: PLACE

the meat' : Bryan'splace OI'POIIB ; 1
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as TUNUoy.. to Nw Ywk, : ;z ,4"" :;London, Sept 3. T3 e .Antwerp (

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naerl wilt - : (
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'; O "" iIt9n hew,this fall b t:wiH attendachsel'ia . ; 1.was awakened.by,a rattle of rifle .
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;.rLL, : vv _'.':R lt .W. - 'm7htlbyiyliiu'Ir"afblset f.Vie. :: -1'- :V eter. -"A Beggar- Prince of
: ;:to':loOk '''.---- .arc:* r ..-- fMr. -"--, ." :A:three ,reel" feature of mystery crash_of
after: his strive'ieite ate. '.in;tit : .:T. S. Abenwthy left early yee- Miller featuring Ludlow Irene Wallace and Anne Walter Rose time:to see the airship disappearing : Mien's"I. ,
;Henry .
;- i- : in".Buickjoaring .. ,southward a tremendous height.
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-section: r day;:Hwrafflg.. monds.ORLANDOITES.,
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>ri. - '.._ .. 4-,4.1 .. :; t.'JIr "". ear for;..Taaa*.fv-' WW.:...;.;there: .he ,will #' ," there, :was incessant rattle. .of 'shots .
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M to Springs expects guns
;..EJ P-,:rstisasd yam.Taft9rne@q ... " YORK,
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"fMI '. haiiisiYto'. to spead a coaple. of.weep.The .,, ., CITY the darkened town and shrapnel could ,t "
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_. -'i ." ... seen exploding meteors the
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-1f ; us a to
marauder.
trail of the
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who travels Florida for: The following.Jetter. from the:Sentinel's "There was no panic the people remaining you the newest styles' 'in
Sharpe
Xr,;;.W. L:Noekol* will leave.today Craig; : Jenkins .
1er::CoroBado 'W;'.where 'he; willapend &: Doha,,wholesale !!druggists. Beltij 'good ::friend, Dolive, indoors until'dawn, when watches. .
*' tOandol writte on Tuesday night from Newt they gathered in small the We will trade in ,
awell; :eiarned .Taeatiea. J 4 nee"ra in today 'as haad-- groups on your pres-
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; V"T_ ;; y J* -, seme'aad happy raa"l: fof tbe war." dtyiurfll; prove interesting street corners to discuss the outrage.? ent watch or movement, allowing .
the Orlando friends of the party now
lUasrs..:Edgar McKee, ,_Ira Beet- -". '- .', sojourning in the metropolis: you a liberal amount.If .
i i : Mr. H. L.'Ziegler arrived yesterday UNCLAIMED LETTERS.
ad E JIa k, ol Kira-.It Were _''Frankand': Kendrick Guernsey ar you have any idea of
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assoag'tlie;' ,viators:;in :iI.e. city yes*' par.tsMr.and ; rived )yesterday and today at one List of letters remaining uncalled getting a watch we would ap
:: : for in the at Orlando
'T1A postoffice Fia.,
tf who'.have:,.a-nice)lCmea: d prolific o'clock Frank gave a stag luncheonat for the week ending August 291914. predate the opportunity of

; Hotel, Astor.. There were. seven When calling for .
.Drennen Station. same please say showing you.
Mr.:Chftrl :[* bw i arrived isOtMof < orange grove .near "
of us (the table-and.we had a splendid "advertised. .
from St,Clod with. the inteatkmof time. ,Frank, Guernsey, Charles W. R. O'NEAL, P.'M. Our prices will surpriseyou.
.rosining deriag tbe:fall X:large number.of.the employes of ; Men's List-Barnes, Claude;' Gent, .
brother of the bride to
and sammer.1 tie, 'I icbon Ives: department _storeenjoyed McChesney- ( ., . Jessie; Lee, Clifford; Kinkade A.;
be), Cestia Lawton,'Welton Johnson, Mares, B. F. Mills, Harvell McDonald
*T at Wekiwa Springsyesterday ; ;
a. picnic }
., Braxton Beacham n, Jr., KendrickGuernsey' James; McMillan; Roy;, Morton,
: ': ; .k- B.; a; 'Sfflkh. :and Mr.:Tbeo.Anlin afternoon, going out by 1 and myself composed the Sault; Moris, Wilson; Scarborough, Allen & CoJewelers

.,'of. ;-oViedo., ,..win .. leeeentvisibrs auto.:and spending a .pleasant afternoon -! larry;-Taylor, R..F.; Turner, Wiley;
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: :ttaessct- party. Warking, J. F.; Wright, Wealthy;
-, Orlasdoeaterdsj'- : ..' .. I 1 spent ,the morning very pleas- fast, PatWomen's
Jag busters... ?... .t. List-Anderson'Clander
; : l antly. 11.went to the Vitagraph studios ;
.- \ Prof.' F. N.. Boardman returned lastevening I ; ,
{ tJ *: called Helen iirglow, Mrs. J. C.;; Baisdell, Mrs.
from New York 'city and' in Brooklyn'and on Zadie Clark, Miss Agnes Cook, Mrs.
I'Josiah Ferris ,. Jr. willleave'this: ; ; Reliable
: Gardner (stage name) who used to Emma Dease, Miss Emma ,Body I" RepairingElllllllllllHllllinilllllllllllllimiUHIIHMM fi
where ; ;
JtfUanoon :sot' :Cefiige' Park . I ?Wb4elphia,: purchased a
; : ,"" Gawlwre s live in-Orlando- and will he pleasantly Lulus; Donnol, .Miss Ranie; Garnert,
he.wifl eater tie Georgia. :MODr. large andselect -stock of dry goods remembered as Mrs. Duncan Pell. Miss _Flossie; Hawberg, Mrs. Sarah;
'; rr;: notions, etc, for 'his Orange avenue and Jackson, Maria; Jones Mrs. Nellie;
She seemed glad to see me to
store. Johnson, Miss Sweetie; Jackson, Mrs.
hear about many of her Orlando W. L; Livingston, Mrs. Edna; Mc-
"FVPki% who,has I-- ; i friends. She'took me all through the Craney, Miss Callie; Nothern, Mrs.
tof:the. -put':week:in'Miaffli looking ,The o.Cook"Automobile company re! studios,and showed me all that was jula; Sams, Miss Coreen; .Spikes, "" .
tftfe bunnM affairs'; ,.reteraed homeywterday eenecf.their,; first':car load of 1915 i introducedto liss"Josephine; Woods, Miss OliveM. ,
most interesting. -was' D
Buick automobiles yesterday. They J. .
.. 'Jos. GaskHl, her director, and
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all, sold their arrival to
J.t" were upon
f- .
.5'' i. '"' - of her friends. I saw Mrs. Costello PULL-U-OUT

-1IrL./1.-' {,,-':M II' ,adfohiidren- ,.- are. jeople' ;;_"injl ount. ;Dora; Kissimmee' the mother of Maurice Costello, whqi] A geared block and tackle for folks I[6. ell
t from and .Altamonte. who need it-motorists, for instance. .
xjected) II e & :a :som- always plays the parts of the dear i *U=
asr'e visit in tIteJB e : Pull-U-Out can PULL-it multi.
; ;: : t B# nil, coming old mother. Also Flora Finch
saw j
treaHeaideieo vifie, N.c.j: .Mr. A. D. Cornell,. who has been plies yonnr pull by seventy-ten
and m ny' thers whom i have' seenon' pounds on*the crank means seven
;.: -. enjoying a two weeks vacation at
iij "the often. hundred pounds pull at the hook. One
Only,twelve Huurkige lieoieeo"were ;Pass-a-Grille, returned .home 'yesterday "We: screen still so man 'can pull a car out of the mud, rnfl4eft fimt

ifsoed:from'tie county judge's'office: ; ;Mrs.J.; <;R.:Davis,'his daughter, are enjoying apartment or back on the road if tipped, or do ,
life and wish could run in to see else that ton of
you anything a or so
8t 'Seven win remain_ a while longer at Keystone
during;tH'of.A ;,
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how fixed." straight pull is capable of>
nicely we are
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white "and ,five'colored- owplefl.. .....Park, ,:on the West Coast.. Even if you never need to use it- Hot Weather Drinks
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./aad,Mrs. L.:p.'.'JO&M,oam t wpyesterty.fi Mr. and,.Mrs. H. L. Beeman, who IT REALLY RAINED YESTERDAY U-Out in the toll chest- is a mighty :
satisfactory thing to think about. LIMEADAE-We have Limes
about three J large
: ,Taapaand"wentoutto ; : :: left Orlando weeks ago
The hot, dry spell of the past ten Whatever emergency arises-you {"
',,th where- Jwywffl: :spead several:days.Miwf yesterday for Baltimore, and expectto days was; ,effectually broken' yesterday pull you will ever need. Merely asa LEMONADE-We carry the best im-
.. ,_ .-' when downpour of more thanan
: .. ':- : <<,!' reaeh.eWYork'by. Saturday. a matter of comfort insurance, Pull- :
., ; : hour not only cooled the atmosphere U-Out is worth many times its price. I ported stock E f fGRAPE
.Nets. dads ,6eEvans, -
i but moistened a''hungrysoil.. There's a use for Pull-U-Out everyday
_. el,;1!.: 8. 'G.;;Evaas, 'who 'E1 on: .Shreve, of Formosa, drew on the farm and equally so in
have ..:visfeng Mlatives'ia;SoWe;I IG& the bicycle:'given. away by, 'Young'sRepair. The rain was what" usually termed the; shop, or out on construction work. JUICE-Red Wing Brand
This the first- of a "chunk floater, and it appeared to Just as-an added tool, every man.will
t& Orkado was
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'iced eien"Y' :
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far find for it-use that will him
t be pretty general, extending as use save .
advertised"to. be given -
the two .
big'.. ; < '! : away north:as Sanford and south well into I time. and trouble and money. GINGER ALE-Order a dozen bottles
; y eb
} f.- -- by this ifirm.x The second wfll Messrs. Freeland & Harland, who

'JI Mattk Yooag, .Ae...efficient drawn for:on-the. 15th October. Osceola eounty.- Our wireless is not have the agency for Southeastern
working to the east and west but .it States, have these machines on exhi-
hts Lord oIBrMeIIaW'sGIiot.
.1Ir' : is to be assumed that the wetness was bition at' the office of Lord & Brad-
!. aftwaoon w.L.. Crowe, non-sectarian" lea Potted Plants Cut Flowers Funeral
: rtwd y.. forTampe all sections shaw, on Orange avenue, and you ,
well distributed
,;;wfctre!.ehe. W&&I-.a; <.:day::; turer,, who works in. the interest of pretty over should by all means go and see it.94lt .
" - schools will 'lecture of the :county. Designs Wedding Decorations
<<:t"J : union Bible every .
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f r' /evening at the tent on West
Eat what want.
WORKMAN you
A COMPETENT
:MiwlreBe. Johawm,_ Church. street on Bible prophecy; Eat all you want. '

Mr. i 4 Mr,.;'A. B.'Jol enarearnedleer . symbolsand doctrine. Free-to all Take a postscript and forget it. THE SANITARY GROCERY
Several people have asked us for For sale all ,
,: by druggists.
nJjrht'irwrTBetieay. ; .Beach,:;Dd f' -- :
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aware,,tire'she' : ::spest'.. :a delightful- 'Yr: : and :Mrs. .Mahlon Gore are.,the no-hosesystem more particulars watering about Mr.the Bow's lawn. l7d&wlyrOPEN : CARUTHERS & GORE .

( latest additions to the, automobile ALL NIGHT Phone 200
Our enterprising business neighbor,
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Having purchased a Drug your ser :
'MTLVA, A.Wjiy..aid.:daughter, model 25:Buick touring car from the Mr. T. .F. Hourihan, is, the plumberwho vice ,both day and night. Prompt, I 6 & 8 E. Pine Streettniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim
in the work for Mr. Dow,
DissNOB*,:Hwtiw sad sister"of.Mr.C. Cook .Altomobile. company, they are put dependable courteous. tf : ..
and others wishing this or any other a
W.G; Heh, ar viatifig am a dJaii' learning to master it in a scientific >

.eamiMo."wife"at. tfeeir home on manner kind Hourihan of plumbing a competent work workman.In will find. Mr. '::::::iiimniiiiim iiiiiiiiiiiiin:::::: IIIIII iiiiiiiiiiitiifiiiiiiiiil::::::: :::: :::::::::

Wait. : .- fart, it will be well to "Keep
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VMr. -* i ; and G. Wright:expect Your Eye on the Sentinel" advertising .
: ; B.',IB. Leonard, gnenl.JMBtiw I to' 'into'tl*new home 'Osce
: ;: move on for .reliable (business and
pages _
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j'. iMpeetwn' and::'w, iaW g [ola street today., .It is; one' of the in all J lines. -
:: professional men
with headqwteri: in "JaekottviBe .
most.attractive abiding,places""in Orlando -
,. syesiirdiyiaiQilando, ;; I ,and reflects great-credit.on the x
-' : T.. F. HOt RmAN, Licensed Plumber.
oa'Ttri. I architect,;and: i1d.the. .Messrs. Conscientious work at'.fair prices. I---lwaysAir
Banner Brothers. Phone 629.: 106 Court St. 8-23-tf

.Mr.; : ti .:Knker,. representing the I :....-

Anwrwin' : .Ml, InairaBce'-company :Mr. ''John 'H.: ':Gordon, 'of' Detroit, Eat all you want.

with'heriyartati:in Jackson-- Brother Eat what you want. .
MkL, iepreeentieg'the ,Dodge 4
and it.
Take forget
a postscript
ille, neatssbsrdy: IB Orlando ;Tin *;-Maafafacturing. company, spent For ,sale by all druggists.

nom,#.'with: .Kr:.>;J.-?X;,;Baaa, tie yesterday,'m Orlando .'e l1ing' on thetrade ,l-7-d&w-lyr . ,
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load, ,.. in: the.'interest (anew auto.eaebile '. .
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:< ja. ,.m-the. SeetiB*! first. on.the market in October. if wanting to buy sell or.rentIfllcETOBAY : ,
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Geerga Dtesttr of tbeliter-: torn Bide,'in.J- 2The. AnwriCM A that is now: in the making'will come.
t d. Ana 8rrteej -' ?:pet re':thea r s Will therefore when their sons_ comeback after thewar

: ...... IIIL1.-ftlt-i: depend wholly: on :American .films. ,.,if'any.are. left. V t
# : Then'there will be a great demaaoVm; In one town-it is reported hat,the >/ f Vi//? LIMBER COMPANY.

ebeater : America.for.wax pit ures., This+ hand .of the vfllage.clock: remain at .:.

: -< -' operators were give- a' general' boost, to' the,.movie the. hour of'five, though the works _

... t '...'for.tiiiB; fiwr.and,in baelneee.: The threatened' decline 'of are,still running.and the chimes ring

.. iittea>teas''ttiyr.ltft';: ':their ;'>a- the movies, predicted time and'again the correct hours. The mayor,'was/ OBLAJSTDOi

> ,y... lad.army;'valoaWe.mia:becgs "- by. the theatrical managers,' will ':be authority for the story that the orderto

.. .... awe" h staved1: of bAe&sMj.. The people mobilize' came at five o'clock and
:, : --i- JIitift wfll want picteres,.and also will wantcheep the'patriotic :old timepiece refusedto

eta eI Fieimd ether.Freeehe'itaes 'amusement.In ; move its hands again until a '

"""' : 'by the ,war.aefetf ; addition to this, it is probable French ,victory:should be reported. Ceea, Aplite Plaster aId Perfection Lime

ii4 *.have;.bwo. ."called'tax tfce that after r the war, industry of every Everywhere notices the extraordinary -

:oil...li Mi have:'gage: to', the::froat sort in Europe.will'be paralyzed andwhen scarcity of, cash, althoughthe

; .a.. aN. left behind Blythe"'.. s :the,picture.theaters,finally re1 money stringency in the south

tr"II,.. e,l\the.... .: oem., t These,' autos business,'they will be dependent. was partly relieved by the action of
.m geed'adfWMS and eltpert operates American-- 'films. the Marseilles chamber of commerce, StateMent of the Condition of the

.. ;of the -eaiwr*, bet they .can not which issued $400,000 in ten, twenty

,iwffvouti MkV's'io.. ''the' greetiiie FRENCH. PEASANTS LACK, WAR1NEWS and forty .cent bffls. Lyons is contemplating Orlando Bank & Trust Co.

fmefc i iatotoy. mi at'a;rtaadtm. a similar issue. > .. ,
.s. .. Some idea of how'money is 'being Orlando FIa.
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/Witk.:oaly> ='woa left,...,the firmajNjcr j f By.tbiTntertational News Service.) hoarded may be gathered from the i. '

;l'i ; MI;Bet'.make. thViafiiUry_ ,". historic,I i JViISept.'2.During these- exciting " statement that in one town the local L]. At the Clese of Business Joe 30th,1914.
aad ask reek that have'for! branch pf the Bank of Prance issued -. ,
." :days, when the Germans are,reported RESOURCES.
; Y tiers Mlst. d aateeM. . all. over the $50,000 in silver, which entirely dis-

'werid aad,ptrtkskr m America. victorious along the northern appeared from circulation within one IA8Is lid Discounts . . . . . . .N. . . . $379,514 36
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tft ...r, taeefore- ./wffl give,.-'a;tretinBdoin :- borders. of France. and the'history of week. Over.1)rafts :. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 622 34
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;'inpetoi,.to tie moyie' 'toriMukABMriea. 1870 to a greater or less extent is being Stocks and Bonds . . .,. . ....., . . . . . 26,018 33

r :vaR .. .c The
:. .re :wffl 1w. to;depe dvwho. yMitfe k the outlying departments are as ig- Cash OR HaH and Due from Banks . . . . . 291,39'3 48

;."41. ':u -feetl j '" 7 prefect*_.. .' ".to.-A't"uwae- .=tieir"'wI..pii,-__L .II81Ut of.the situation, almost, as if !
Ic,-aad.tfce American producers wffl, they Were in the heart of Africa. CANTSMUNNIMAKBR8 1 i $724,185 88

,t ....,oNi., a;harvest by finding :In,the provinces there are no newspapers LIABILITIES. -

,'a geld for'tfceir:entire.output.sad not and no telegraphic communi j
t' ;irith .. k. Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . $100,000 00
cation. The
;)having to compete the foreignmte military is in supreme '
f ; -. tli t'1t r tofore. ve1 led' a" favorite control The peasants know nothingof i I Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . : . . .:_ 39,961$

; :pUc ;,on:the American screens.Ai the war, save'for-wild rumors that tot Notier, ...tt tar rat tills .Waatai.....ate For for Qtb.rat to.IW Re-DueoBfits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None

for hoar picture, that is a deedetteli1lrtager filter through from Paris, and fragmentary Me te thnt dye.'or ILN.te eM ..*,.teK Bills Payable . . . . . . . .'. . . . . . . . None
it vordi or ... Money awn eeoe.p ny . . . . .'. . :. .- 47
.Though;,announced by information, that comes in MH tactiMMBti far thta.eohma. M Deposits . . . . . . . . . 582,669
$ '*..war'offkee> of-Germany, England- long delayed letters from the soldiersat ....... will UMd.00 CNdit Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,55506

France,'Biiria,Austria aad'Belgium the front The interior of France,

.that io
r with .any.,.('the:armies in the.field, .to the Middle Ages. The White, rotary Standard,' New Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . . $291,393

;twin_of,:the:fitting. will be tUrned peasants: are -clamoring for authentic sold Home, and for other cash makes.this month.Will Call be Reserve required by Law . . . . . . .'. 116,533 89=

i; ;shat in.'America by.tfee mile;. words* of what is happening.. at Singer cheap Office, or phone 32L C. B. '

<., i ...; i; 1 It is trims known fact that mov- So far the war officials. have done Lindsay, manager. 8-11-tf '- Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59 *
'; J i"pirbreee&' ? the :Beer war .were nothing in answer to the rural pleas,
: '1 Deposits oa June 3Q 1913 . . .. . . . . $527,758
.'.. t, :ntfeieofort:. ,,seven:years after,that save .to discourage the pessimism of FOR SALE-; Dwelling and store room ,
.',q :cwdUet_".then'they were turned out the.alarmists. jgho are spreading ex- for sale at a bargain if.taken now. Deposits on June 3 1914 . . . . . . . 582,66949
The stock in the store will invoice .
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}. ,IfAaarkan'; movie' concerns with aggerated ?:reports: of German suc The house contains 5
\y about $1,500. INCREASE . . . . . . . . . $54,91148
t : :seabUsce the ceases in ,
to: in
_. _:a cw cy;t..t the north. The officials:are rooms, size of lot 80x150, all set
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II .J9I1'-:th 'c; thai the'.films. ,.were' sect aU desirous.that no attention_shall be good fruit trees. Storage house and
: .poultry. Conrad Ackre, Concord The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors .
:' aod
te S k&d viewed there by'.enh paid,to the calamity. howlers who are .
> Park Grocery. 8-26-6t but conservative to be liberal in its
, ttoaiastk: w'. manyof whom frightening people everywhere with te persue a progressive policy,
'd : treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
We. their
.viUrans of the Boer war. The. crazy stories of Germany's imminent
J
emd that 'the- pictures 'into the FOR.RENT Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
.. I ktUr :;: J' 'were ,entry capital These -
\\i woaieiful' 'isk' .fir;'counterfeit...presentmeat alarmists-- have caused hundreds of safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
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L .- :o-the"aehialf : .fighting. refugees to hurry.into Paris from the FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with
J} \Tht mviittg. picture:'company ,in north, aid at the same time :have garage; elegantly furnished; on : sssrns; tilliiiniiiii I I I I $ $

,, .' question. ,has- in,,.its;'po .eee. Ion"thou-. -, made', many ,Parisians, seek refuge Lake 8-27-tf Lucerne. Jas. A. Enox.
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>.V', i sands."let military- 'uniforms of ;every elsewhere.. % # WANTED-To/ exchange Vose piano, 'WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL? I
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? gwat:.pewer, weapons : f.i.11'kin: One rural.:village in central France FOR RENT in good condition, for VictroU and II
"1 :battle>fiags, etc. In making;the Boer is.typical of.the'situation everywhere.Of Fourteen room house; modern, up-
{ records. Piano may be seen at ,For- FLORIDA STATE COLLEGEFOR UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
war pietir**,:it employed two thou- the total male population of.200, to-date; partly furnished; on Lucerne
P. 0. Box 2 Oakland, !
with fruit and flow- Address .
Circle;. garden, mosa. WOMEN
mad wen. : It is to be expected.that aditea two-thirds, were/mobilized and 'are 7-30-d&w-tf. GAINESVILLE
,. elL, J. F. W tkins. Fla.
; : now :on the firing- line There are TALLAHASSEE

j \ ,"-'m ikuidt.'d'sfatelPh&ve-: r loungers in .the sunny ,market place, FOR RENT -Two office spaces 'in College of Arts and Sciences;Normal School J .
11 ,: our:"store at No.5 W. Church street School of Music; School of Expression;
aad thatJtWB'
'wiOBites, itiis: a certainty but not.the:usual throng There are
t ; Come in and will show Pierce School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts:
'M se.kas'au g.like'detailed 'de- now only.the old men, old women andcripples Co.we you. 3-29-tf School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming: 'Law Engineering; Agriculture; Teaehua'CoUere
Electric pool; basket ball and tennis courts;new and Experiment Station; Extension Di-
tr ,eel as'of-,,the;fighting 'in 'Europe The young women and the heCathediaI School modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormi vision; Graduate School Ten new brick buildIngs -
1 the all in '- tories have all modern conveniences; new besides gymnasium swimming pool and
are "avaSabteyfor newspapers.: boys are' the fields, doing thetiarv'est MISCELLANEOUS dining room and kitchen most hygienic in many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers instructors
r :,fi.g.ofthe'.battles::will begin to be work that is,usually done bytbeaMebodied /ORLANDO. FLORIDA Florida; 418 young ladle from 49 eeunties and assistants. 854 young men
.; i.u' ', EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHERdesires and 12 statue last session. I Ii Florida counties and 24 States and
...'in< ' l- ,."..oc'0.... z .... situation makes one .realize, position. 9-l-3t .. School Bocvd and entrance fees for the TUITION FREE Board and Entrance Foes,
King, phone 412. 112100. For catalogue write 1132.60 Write today for
U UtlOBLK year per year. catalogue
U '. ,Sit. .:far 7 there. have' . Appeared no even)more than in excited Paris, that saddle- -- BlfflPtNS iA EDWARD CONRADI. President. I II A. A. UURPHREE, President.
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Jj :iweeviea_of reported fighting. All over France:is at.war and her sons awayat or buggy horse. Address, care Boarding aDd Day School Coann-Pria&r1.for Girl.-

.Paris for.any-days. ;.there_have apt the front Old dames knitting in Wright's,. Box 567. 9-2-tf Intermediate Regular and and Special Academic GredesMukArtEloedionPhysical I
peered.;fcaadfeds;of )moving pictures: the sun, one-armed ',veterans of the Admirable Situation Culture FOR ,RENT Five room house with FOR SALE
DoBuitic Science
of.nobdiiation. of troops,'of their i war 'of 1870-the village oracles NANCY HALL and Porto Rico'sweet and Surroandinft--CliraaU Healthful five acres of good truck and; fifteen Nursery stock, one, two, three and

\\t WWW.in. .Loadon,KingGeorge, ,in drop
y t Prance by:Preeident Poincare,'and_in comes through and crowd around. him Fla. 5-24-tf Pineapple, Java, Hoaosassa, Wash
<:i.., Co.. Apopka,. RCT. Roderick P. Cobb. Bishop Mann, Address F. Davis 209 Irvine
Sumpter ington Navel Address Kahle
Mrs. M.
Unby_ the,%aaer:: But.these were. to learn the"news Rector. President. : ]

o .alt; prdkama. >y 4:pictures; takeir,just They-have:no newspapers, no -telegraph DYNAMITING done in all its branches. street 8-25-6t Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 318tffflfflfflV..t'iVi'.l'.V.V..V..UUUUUU

J before'tM' stern regulations.of,mar, nad no telephone They are isolated Clearing land is our specialty.Let .

: 'Ii.' F tad; w-.w" -put> into' famous effect 'Even their letters, delayed for us do your work. Estimates " !!I'' \ \ " \,\" '\ t
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One 'of -most* moving many days, contain only a few lines, cheerfully given. L. N. Lewis, 406S.
U ;per men wbo was in.Europe when that.their writers are still alive when East street- 7-14-lmo .
U i ,Ae war:broke out,'but hasSince'- they"were. written. The men at the & urnjwftfrft t
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It 'trued safely:.to America, was Burr -. front ,know little more than. ose at Who is your painter and decorator?

tea';Holmes, the 'travel lecturer... He home;save"what happens :their im- If you are satisfied keep the one you { ,
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had been onthe.Conthlent'.all: sum- mediate"vicinity The news that Eng- have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican.

ii 1 iaer, obtaining,,material for:his:'next land'is at war shoulder shoulder No. 636. 1-20-tf

Ii *'.Wffiter:ai;agree:;. In: escaping from _with;:Francejigainst' the, Germans. is i. PRIVATE BOARD-The Longmere, I They Were tobe "
it 'tile.WarsoneHolmeslostalmost'allF ; : not'a"full'certainty only'a Tiope-in at Daytona Beach, can accommodate : ,

H .ba. his'best reels,,.he said'here., the rural districts. six or seven people at $6 per ,,
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{ ,a,;great boon .to the-:moving picture bulletins is laconic enough but Address C. M. Longe, Daytona Beach

'%J.;.. '' ; of -'the United States.., The. it does not get beyond Paris, save'by Fla. 9.3.3t$2OO : Married Soon

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: ,.; Came 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 comfortabld

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

home made expensive'peices prohibitive.

II ... ST. AUGUSTINE They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.

0[' We offered. a lew suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were

: : ,-- ;.: . .".-: \: and return much pleased:with what they. had seen and took memorandums of what they
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"CARS I .After.looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doing
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: Il eti verorr.Auguet: :1,1914, .to Augestn : 1! der with us.' V \\\ .%

t ,. 1,1115'aM. guaranteed met: o aay redactat THis is typical example of hundreds homemakers. whom we are
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.Runabout -, '505:00 .'- .gradiagfrom! ,th *kWest pricedwhich. are,.e,9,9do the very best. Your appropriation .
. tlanoc t CStIISpecial t fcttB from $ toioooor
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; ,' MODEL 37 TOURING CAR, $1285.00, DELIVERED J1
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:,., .. ," ._: ... ,:. .. .._, .. . ,. .. .. Stylish, comfortable. pleasure car, seating five passengers -
:-- 1sTUDY AS>THE OAK-t., l' t with room to spare. The graceful, low "NEW OAK-
: tffc.ii . : . } ,' } : < L\ND"stream line body, the German silver V shaped

- .:,T....f.-. .'.'. .ywr;..,:o: ;: ,,, / ning boards, give it beauty and style unsurpased even in
; : t-- :carr., -a' yew. Maur aice of -.W.others' | 4 the highest priced cars. The "NEW OAKLAND," Model

ij .' ' ,:0':' ':H'o >w. . 37, is a unity of beauty, power, economy and service-
:'Hnr: ::'v-Mofc,';Power: X Greater. 'Economy: X 'Utmost .Comfort ; a car you'will be proud to drive alongside of the best of
I ...,. :,;> ,:-,.i,.. ,- : . .' .... them and enjoy the comparison.

/,; k i { .. O The four cylinder, silent Oakland-Northway motor

q, .-., ;,* &, V provides more power than you will ever need; marked
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h 5 the.weight.of the car and equipping it with the Oakland-Stewart vacuum gaso
'"' lene feed, doing away with the pressure system.

!t\'9 The low construction of the car without decreasing the road clearance adds to the

1!, safety, comfort- and joy of ,riding! ; Fully equipped with Standard, Delco Starting
{i Lighting, and Ignition system, :with automatic spark advance, Nonskid tires in rear,
!.1.".' Oakland One-man top, absolutely true ,to name, Heavy Crown Fenders, extra largevalves

't.j Tungsten steel, divided Windshield, Speedometer, Electric Horn, operated from
center of steering wheel, Headlights with dimmer, Shroud light, Tail light, Tools, '
rj"-< License Tag Brackets, in fact..every modern improvement and convenience for the comfort
;.i\\.,' and safety of the driver and passengers.

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t 1 :- Lll.tKUNJ.ltrHI. : c17J .-. $1775.
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ri'l Russians'will experiment with Polish have, it is true,.a little more
"( ':News:.Strvfee) troops Galicia or east Prussia.These education than the men they com-
e Uadoo,:'Sept.: 248:.tke:; Eowaanarmy ,"' "distinctions,' however do mand, but .about. the same limit of
rdaag'''?; 'Will it withstand not add to'the simplicity of the labors imagination= It is a case of the blind TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD

tile ikock.. .. ,fGt" raaa.. machine+ .troops' of the general staff, nor do they make leading the blind."
"WSI its.nor..o. paper etiNth'ma- for the efficiency of the railway ser
t AThae'goal.:80 .com-. vice, upon which.will depend any success Men who climb the stairs one stepat .
-.Ii raked. .. ..caked;.forth, 'today the, that Russia could', hope for in a time are.gladder to rest at the :: COOK WITH GAS ?
following cowMBt' :from. ., a. ;:niB. operating. against her German ene top than.if they had utilized. the elevator. " <' :;
lasowo;'com ottd at"'Y.who:i a''military -.. mies. .
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eipert:. -'... x '' "In material the"Russians are well -
Don't overiok the want ads. .
"All;'yea..ia.I rope.art.tamed towd equipped. ,Though material of 'war
',tlseusryud' A-,tke:-Carr' '.,,''ji4fe ; goes al long way, yet.it is not the lastweight Convenience 6. Speed k
.molt gig+ tic. 'affitery machine in in,the- balance of success or
}world, aaad BO'.t Oe ;wally;..knows' failure :in war.' 'In Manchuria the For- SaleI 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency

its'AgAtiegrvalea'.: : OB ite: ,peace Russians bad the better material in .
j&iDgtVfc diipeMi'o*. r" aiioD- ,of the way:of.artfllery,cavalry and engineering : ' 8. Safety

men'b.. .. 'tfce\German. -.'ted;Austrian '-. equipment It was not the Cleanliness
"'frontiers"' kt Europe' and'the seaiMtrdfpt material nor the men behind the material have a carload of Jersey Milk 9. Perfect Regulation | t
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Vladwoatok 'in ,Maadwria.It that faDed. It was the directing Cows'for sale, and people of the surrounding 4. Simplicity
mobilited',Wks.zty'.it:would I i mind. .Nothing will 'make 'the country are invited to in. of Heat
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adruple the aitooading. ;nombers, of 1 r'.be1ieve that the .Russian .offi the stock.Reasonable 5. Accessibility
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Ba.1. ;etrii4th: i sera,taken/en masse.are good.. Those ; 10. Economy
"ware ,not, howerer,' cwcerned I who have graduated through,the war prices. Call on or address
with'.this;twit;.wry:'rune-I 1.1.:schools are .often brilliant theorists, JAMES N. SEWELL,
3taiat1My; ,,The:;Ewopean,. army but little more..Thoae' wno'have, not 8-22-D & W Winter Garden, Fia.Flor.ida's .
corps 'oiFitesw: ';j from 'the" point' of << .. 2. COMFORT

nambert', .':,MMiderable. . -'' enough to
five piuee to both Germany and Ausitrii A GAS RANGE is the greatest producer of REAL COMFORT in the
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'icftlieiti f -aecT;:isequal: ;:.topoaderwtt modern kitchen. If
you cook with GAS all unnecessary work is elimi-
Wiiabew.; :
."I ,:a1 BaIitar7'.eIidenej, haswayai al- ,Surpassing nated .and cooking is made a pleasure. There is no wood ,to bring in, i

1 axe, M a"iaageaatO the studate o1 no ashes, to. carry out, no dirt and soot_ to clean up-nothing to do but

r. .eateperui.military. his.aL -. Grapefruit' "turn a valve and strike a match." .
'tory. By, tirt>WB:of prod tio In weather
fl' warm especially, the comforts of cooking with a GasRange
tke .Ko.aa:amy.'in_Eorope: should Supreme -
to as fwwfcaWtai u-anyltaaiaed force are very apparent, because the kitchen is kept "clean, cool, and

.It tl ett-.w:t, ,,' .If Zmetke'crowning:: ' .PlantEr eeIY of the Best Late Varieties comfortable" without the slightest effort t

of ,ejqwrience';in':modern. No heat is wasted to make the room as hot as the oven itself and ,
warm; acceptod'by) military. sto4stfi ;Each year adds to'the. supremacy of Florida's surpassinggrapefruit the fire is turned,put the instant the cooking is done.
te' aftsr CKetneted. earnpaign in the markets of the"North. With the proceeding .
vucft. has aot.'been. -decidedlytihatt << 'education of the American public as to the uses and merits of COOK WITH GAS AND BE COMFORTABLE.

oa,;the_:beatte, :.ara"__ ,eaaergeairom ,dtruVfruits:. Florida grapefruit will become more and*more
'O stw le'wWi'knowledge popular. The grower whose land is adapted to grapefruit can .
and,exerwooe' ; fil.:almost':sope- :make'no mistake in planting freely of.the best varieties-espe- I ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT
of the late kinds CO.
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for;boathwtat., *:. . -F''enemy."The .
'qoe ioft a% :Was :.the Sla-- ,
Took'tnper HMit'; off:soch a'.quality Get the New Buckeye GAS DEPARTMENT

that'il wodd:p tbt the; lessons. Nurseries
l m V. bitterly: (the:far.:East?. CatalogThis I

ThiaU'Wof,tkeqeeetionBtowhich.. : attractive book tells all about the culture
the stoats hanawr yet,beenaWeto fruit'as'well-as'oranges and other citrus fruits. It descries M cp
'givva. coaWeot I :reerohed- fk'fMm t WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES ,
is the my,: M Nurseries; Whether you are'an experienced grower or anew

; of;which, , .beginner in ,citrus culture, 'this ,catalog will help you. AND DO ALL KINDS OF
:aJiu1: : central I.. ." The .most. successful grove, practice is fully explained in t arleston and
..!. '. - 7 'Inatra.fit -.'!: this bOOk: 'While the catalog represents an enormous outlay OPTICAL BEPATBTNfi $8 ,Return $8
\.. +i 'A 'the,:et deate :are, ate on.their. :part.Buckeye Nurseries will be glad to send a copy
1'" l 0'" "Ji'1 .. .free to any person intending to plant citrus fruit trees. If
',. :pecofd of..?the. ;Rue' 1 i 'you'want one write for i it today,before the edition is exhausted. ,VIA"Clyde
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Nurseries
ioi> 'thKt'the-MMcorite: ,{with'aU its 'Buckeye' ,
1036 OttwaaBaakBaa Line"s
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'. ': against Tampa,.Fla.THE .
iuIty'matea. campaign a DR. L H. RAMSDCU
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.. a"V'--:'';ot:''the. ::.':chief:... "' essential k (Seen..sr to Dr. 0. P...LIdM) First Class, Meals and Berth Included

to gaccek. ..a. may ffiOSe.her- uck yeTreesBear.j1Jt. ORLANDO ... FLORIDA i.

armies. ').... their"iilBiiiJJjrt'liM.abe, j
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the.staff jeeom. to;lanipulane This special rate good on of the
them,f'\JM gbytie! e.storj;'of any Company'ssteamers
hec'faulvre' afa L st',,.the.'Japanese' ,in FOR SALEAT August 22nd to October 17th' t

MandiuHa;;"one'"'woold ,say-that.; the inclusive.
Russian\ii r 'of_today\ia little better .
.dtalih.Wa: ,a.-generation.ago. -- Return Limit 10 Days i t

,..The. .S1avmind: ,."-'qw'.,though' .' 'it.
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tin ..I 4. -.. ..T1 h lei ,tobe ten acre tracts on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.For . <
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mach i4tki,.. I. ',the ( ; Cleanliness' Of Quality Orlando and Kissimmee road, r
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mile,.sheets'ef Lila Y& SWaoand: only two and one half miles reservations and further particulars apply to ..

'Wt. .to,- i 1,1&t- 1.ti.i F.. AND ,SALT M1ATSFttflANDGAMl from the post,office, Orlando. f i
tkat\tot. IiII'I .""" :. ;j Will H. G. WENZEL Ha. Pass. Agent ,,
sell all. The : :
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Mier,Nit.liet, >itary ew Ni22 FLA.
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theheet watenil fee the n i- w.....irlsMMr a L.S. '. at.buying-values.l Also
U ; : .pI lU. .. !. : : The Sentinel is the only progressive Sentinel subscribers who
fthesoli' 'tw bee to_ the W' ., ii...... "' : desirable- oj and' conten.
In 1.aa.J.;the'wwld.tire : Ubi r .... ;:rP' . '...,.", ,. : groves' city metropolitan morning paper between plate vacations in' the 'mountains r'
-is,,>tinaeioa'ei:: ..JlfTV; The' property:at prices} that cora- Jacksonville le and Tampa. Sendit elsewhere, mat have the Sentinel I-
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a d,'.hiadReidofbit. ... '. ...'..... !' > ;. -:<. <;' .- '. maad. attention..: ,$ to year friends by mail in Florida mail without any additional expen* :
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with equal lack.rf tew. fcthl ..:Z- ; ;: -jr::.::/ ... .. Ii read and Sentinel "want ads."
tory : j,, ..... .. use
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PIfe z"" ,",.2. i .. -Si...FYee. KEEP AHEAD
plait m WMa'be h kt oWe ..- .. fj p You get full value' for'.your, money..
... spsib. tf ooo.+ tfjwrfan I r ; Of-your neighbor by reading try,
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'nmtfk. aa4 K* ', '.,..,. ; l l !- Coat only' a penny. . a....word each inser- Sentinel every morning and geWr.z
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'.with: 'the' State }Bad, ... S. hiBraey. The Pine' Castle. Athletic club ismaking \ <

: i.. ': 'a.('pays his i s'tip'eedcliae:: big preparation, for" the- celebration A Constant Bittle
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of Labor Day next Monday.Aden's ;
= a.I!:fetittt.. YUUgt e r:the aaiwhe. grove; will be the scene of;the 'of., '

F_ ... ;..believes he,"ai' ,It;ale.. withe t .tht athletic events and an interesting 111111 Agaittt< Waste Tfcri Personal f { ;
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program arranged,that will
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probably draw many :visitors from i Expenses .
-' :Tkc'ri1ttk'a; : : : ,bsk ICCHBt:.J u Orlando.' ::. :
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;< '.kiilldle."aM' .' . ,Greater' Security with, and.tests prizes will ,be have held been on offered Lake Conway for aH ; Aa account in the Peoples National J t _

r ioenpeasrweeiasrs events scheduled The event will 11.1111 Bank wiU prove to be
also be somewhat of.a picnic, though
:JtIf,:,Cke k.AaceaeitJ1e&ateBankofOr1ando.. no general table will be spread, each ; ;
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visitor, being,expected to bring their : Strength ;
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own basket.
a : The motor: boat races have been -' in time of your need, and establishes

postponed on account of ..the.races. f
-of, .... lat I :Daytona" the same day, 'many of your standing in the, communky .. ;

1 the motorists desiring to see the : : I. .,{. .. , ...
races there. They will probably'be "., "
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e t when many Orlando people will spend r S S
"- the afternoon on'Lake Conway,. it being -
a half holiday.A -
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Pacific international expo ti n. W. offered prizes for the .athletic -
.tFA\1I: ,N.. 'Con ley, of this, >city;who' is 'a 1!events,-among whom .are Dickson- & ':
member- of.the Florida. state commission -'I I Ives, Allen & Co., T. H. Evans, W. S.
; ?: itmPM [VtII l ,' addressed the bankers duringthe I II ,[.Branch,.Brown & Lartigue, DeLaney I D" J.
.- ;<< J : I, I "morning session. J. J. Heard, & Abernethy, N. J. Merck, Harry
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. h president'of the association, informedMr. i fKanner I B. Salomon and Curtis do .
': ; ,'j ; ': 'Conoley. this. evening that he had,0'NeaL ..
.: L tIN; tONVINTION.,1N..jJACI., ;; been instructed to say to' Mr., Con'I: iY S..It'1 I t'.'.t;rj. I at'.!. .i :Y': .\I.I i N.:,::
"' i H i Bl Hi H M aa4H HfHH MlJ
i that after discussion HHMM ate ||
; thorough HATE
;: oley a /RUSSIANS GONE FAR INTO
:. }# i SEVILLE. .' ,:ENDORSE. I of. the matter the bankers had decided -I EASTERN PRUSSIA
; COMMISSION. ,to give the proposition of,the of east Prussia, destroying means of city of Paris has been brought down. PRESIDENT WILL TALK TO CONGRESS -
: :! "" Florida,state commission. their hearty communication. They have 'also occupied The two German aviators on board
W f i '! London, Sept. 3.-A. Reuter dispatch I
:'. v :to; and moral'support... .a station in the Koerschen region were killed.A I Washington, Sept. 3.-President
f Ihmfcure .Meet Organize the from Petrograd (St. Petersburg
'' ':"j .: ; ' and Soldau and Sensburg. dispatch from Paris to the Mail Wilson will before a joint ses.
: : ;;; I gives this official appear
. N.aGeriCarr Asseeiateal ) announcement '
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r-6' FREE CITY MARKETS REDUCE : "The German forces remain inact states that one of the three German sion of congress tomorrow afternoonat
< :. HerWa"art ive." aeroplanes which flew across Paris 12:30 o'clock to ask for tax
a war
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t'c. - COST OF LIVING
.. : : : I "The battle on the .east front in
-' f Paw as EiMMt. the Wednesday was brought down by measure to raise $100,000,000 annually -
Galicia was participated in by
.., ;. -. New York,' Sept 3.-The four freemarkets f 120th Austrian corps which'had.only GERMAN AEROPLANE BROUGHT rifle fire and landed in a deserted spot This announcement was made]
4= :.Jeekeaavi FM ,Sept. ;8.-(Spe'ot -i I. _opened by:the city in. Manhattan -,been transferred from the Roumanian, DOWN AT PARIS outside the city. The wreck of the today after a visit of Democratic
(',, S- '., L) 4aa.-, oithe. first' things, to come yesterday in an effort to keep frontier. on August 25. The Austrian machine was found, but according to Leader Underwood to the White]
:. C/ .1.Wefe: ; the 'beakers' of Florida, 'whot down' the prices of 'food stuffs have army'has been reinforced by numerous London, Sept. 3.-A dispatch to the this version the aviators had disappeared House. In his message the presidentwill
? :; ;.Met: .hew' .te4ay and'''orgaaised-; the been :so successful, that' ,additionalmarkets ' bodies of the landstrum. Exchange Telegraph company from not advise means of raising the

'.'. '3 NMieaal'Y. .. CBrreney -s eC ation'of' .will bes,opened. .the Bronx,I "Our troops continue the offensive Paris declares that one of the German money.
$r jnenda.- wu the proposition. to eXhibit' -- 'on:'Staten-, island, and probably in increasingly and our cavalry division aeroplanes of the Taube type T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
:l o ducts' :at' .-the.,'Panama-- -,'., Brooklyn,'it .was announced today. has. penetrated far into the interior which recently dropped bombs on the Phone Conscientious 629. 106 work Court at St.fair 8-23-tf prices. Get the news in the Sentinel first

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