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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 5, 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: VID00426
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A DisPATCH TO TURKISH
-"' .a ALL INDICTMENTS AGAINST

'! :40Mics. . and, t Are75. From paris EMBASSYAT: WASHINGTON COMMISSION MEN AND

s.t' ,- ". ... -' ..... 'SO ASSERTS 1 TAXES PRODUCE DEALERS T TO A ARMS

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; Italy: ad :THkeyReaffirm: :Their Neutrality,- Though Italy ,DeeakD -
"t* Message Interpreted to Mean Indictments Are Result of Pres-
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With Britain
''' w} SfiipatMes Are ,Great : '
:- -, That Turkey: Will PreserveHer PRESIDENT, TELLS CONGRESS ident Wilson's Letter to At- EVERY ABLE-BODIED MAN
1; triM Lift"4D... ,. .; '- ea.'BflttkieW.''' ' at:Halicz .
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"" Neutrality.BeYORd ACTION IS NECESSARY torney General Urging
.t; c : -.6e ni8a,.Kafeer,IB FkW_aa 4.Persoflv IN GREAT BRITAIN

.r .: . ':I: any..Ceaaai" ig..':,TreesjLvdnSept. a-Doubt I i NOW. Prosecution WANTED
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;: Washington, Sept. 4. The'Turkish I I I Washington, Sept. 4-4Thirtytwo -

"r fS t : .: ,4r=(Special. ), --Reports, received'here are that embassy cablegram'today, under received yesterday's the following date, I 10: RAiSE $$1 1 00,110O,11111'0 YEARlY;by indictments a federal were grand returned jury after here an today investigation ASQUITH MACES STRONG APPEAL
the Germans
: O' th lliea have' administered a' severe' repulse. to from Constantinople: : to determine whether food I _
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'along, the"efitir c :, .battle'. ,-line.- ,. .' "By virtue of the neutrality wehave Does Not Want to. Cut Into prices have been artificially increased I Declares That the Invasion of
<* The' German pt-to envelop the allies' left wing:was frustrated : declared, the military authorities here on pretext of having been caused
Bank and Believes
Deposits Was the
I Belgium First
:, and':the\advance;of 'the Germans checked.. They ,were have received orders to insure by the European war. Stepin
Is the
by means possible, the entire Direct War Tax Bench warrants issued for all Crushing the Free-
75 miles north of Paris. every were ..
forced to retire:to St. Quentin,
safety'of merchant vessels of the Best Method the indicted men who are local commission dom of Europe
i''i {the German .is unofficially
.t. ijrf army
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belligerent .nations taking refuge in merchants or produce dealers -
;rejort, d to-haw::. croe e4 .taraugh':Lorraine,:into Switzerland,;to our ports." Washington, Sept. President and bail was arranged for their London, Sept. 4.-In historic Guild-

.: .-, !,88te. -. ., ."_@'bjf_th8iigCll... _g. ,.-' ; The ambassador interpreted the cablegram Wilson personally addressed congressin appearance in court. No nationally hall, Premier Asquith today starteda
fcy as the strongest indicationthta known concerns were indicted. The crusade to stimulate enlistment. He
joint session today urging legisla-
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.o Turkey intends. preserve neu- indictment charged that they have has called upon every able bodied
;Loftdec 'Sapt 4. < eciL) With the German advance only t In tion'to raise $100,000,000 a year addi- Briton of
9 ;: trality. other diplomatic ,circles been fixing prices every day on foodstuffs miltiaty age to come to the
aS_maw_from the"..Oetw. posts. of:the:Paris.defenses, a gleam of I the cablegram was not so interpreted. tional revenue through internal taxesto by "ballots" or suggestions"or : help. of his country.

;/Sie_:feaiBeKtb': the'allies',, ': tonight with the announcement" from The message was the first, the meet a treasury deficit threatenedby verbal agreements. The actionwas The premier opened his address f
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: ambassador has received from his conflict in under the Sherman law, and con- with the heartening announcementthat
the
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Ostend .had been checked. Europe.
,. .that_ the. .;German. right wing. .
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' capital for nearly two weeks.In viction carries a fine of $5,000 or one up to today between 250,000 and
i.Ttt :official, preaa.Iwaeau",today issued ,a statement saying: The president ,&id ,the treasury
recruits
300,000 had responded the
diplomatic quarters ,it was believed year's imprisonment, or both. to
Aooading t4' informationdeniedd. from a trustworthy source could get along for a considerable pe- call
.t ; ,that should Turkey declare war The grand jury investigation which
:'evesGermth. .'duet ;ersand.toipedo.boats"have, -- arrived'at Kiel on the allies and send,ship into the riod despite falling customs revenues was under the direction of the former *We now find ourselves involved

.id-.'a :damaged l coition,: and it :is understood others are in the Persian gulf, England would ask Japan without additional taxation. ,but,pointed attorney general, McReynolds, was with the whole strength of this em-
Kid ctnai": : to protect British interests in 'out that if new revenue legisla- one of many begun immediately'after pire in a bloody arbitrament of might
Prussia.' tion were not enacted it might be President Wilson's letter to the department versus right," the premier declared,
|Euteretheat; ei of;war.dispatches from St. Petersburg say.the withdraw from the national
I An attack on Persia by Turkey necessary to ,of justice directing a country "that has been entered into with clear
'.Ru i M',aw".foBewiHg ,up.their,:victories. over the defeated,.Austrian -: would'be a blow at both Russia and banks the $75,000,000 treasury wide inquiry into whether certain judgment and a clear conscience.
in GIIi ia. =Theme:4,500; dead'on the battlefield nears England. balance deposited with them. He advised dealers were not making the Euro- "What would have been our place

:' : 4 eReiasa attan': Liaemberf t the capital' of against the government borrow pean war a pretext for raising prices. among the nations if we had been
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THE WEATHER ing'money or sellings,bonds and appealed base enough or so paralyzed in our
Galidaif 'is_:eocfirmed.According .; ; to the "intelligent and .pro sense of honor and duty to be falseto
'. :", to.\the.n dispatch ir tonight :from Ostend telling of the Florida: Local showers Saturdayand foundly patriotic public" to bear the BLACK HAMMOCK VISITED our word 'and faithless to our

t check, .. ...totthee.,. :- .'-,German.".. .right'-. /.the' allies. .'-suddenly. 'assumed the offensive probably Sunday. burden of a special tax. friends? We should have been stand-
Y and have driven'the Germans back 30'or 40 miles. ing by with folded arms and with '

;;;Aceording'ao:.a',d.%, tch t from" -. Berlin the German' war office, FLORIDA WILL BE REPRESENTED 8Y BIG PARlY such mand countenance while this as small we and could com-
: the French in three battle ending lastWednesdays unpro-
.c1Aim vktory- over. '., a days" tected state, Belgium, was defendingher
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,"between: Rheims',and.Verdum. in which ,more than AT'FRISCO ONLY BY THE'MOVIES".Jac vital liberties and making a he-

),*:m i"k were'engaged; r The'statement.says the.P>ench'opposition EDITOR FLORIDA GROWER roic stand against- r overwhelming....

:ww:strongly maintained i but'was.eventually crushed.! From SHOWN THIS FERTILE forces."

,} ,an otheroiinjeitiar.i,, ,portecithatthe.TAaiserhimself.andtheGer Fla., Sept. 4. (Special by Chairman J. C. R. Foster, and SPOT The premier detailed the heroic efforts -
.f. I )-According to a resolution Commissioners Dr. J. P. Ross, W. N. of the Belgian forces. and enumerated -

;man'.crown.:;prince were; on.the': field personally: directed the
adopted today by the Florida state Conoly, J. W. Sample, ,H. C. Schrar countless outrages on the
trbope (ti fighting., commission this state isto: be represented der, John Frohock, F. G._ McMullen, Containing Some of the Finest part of what he termed "buccaneer-
: UADelieiarPr i : u.elistatemenftOOay.merely"said: : "The 'opposing at'the Panama-Pacific interna- A. W. Fritot, H.'C. Bretneyt: N. J. Land in Florida Which Is ing adventurers"

: :armies-around Paris:have';not'been:in contact, but are'occu- tional exposition by a beautiful state Lillard,>arid Z. G. Phillips, the.commissioners Rapidly. Being Drained He declared that the greatest crime

.piedd! ,m.;,,t&king:,up=favor"PO, 8itions.". building, free motion pictures showing present. for Cultivation against civilization was the sackingof
this'official every resource and, industry in The commission also decided, to Louvain. "This shameless holo-
qfibe Italian premier lye out statement: 'The Italian -
: Florida: ; and not by exhibits of actual push the campaign for the sale of in caust," the premier continued, "was
Early Friday morning a party
i-jfe firmly :determined ,to maintain .the strictest
government
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: : products. the Florida. Jtars and to make arrangements two automobiles started out from the performed by blind barbarian ven-
:n utnhty.this:determination! corresponding the feeling of-thepeople'alth'deep This resolution was' adopted afterit for the taking.4 the motion city to visit ,the famous Black Ham- geance. Sooner than stand aside we

; : ; rooted sympathies.felt for England.". had been very carefully. considered i ,pictures.FEDERALRESERVEBANKS. mock in Seminole county. would see this country of ours blottedout

'i FhM.Turk.bas riot"declared;war against any country and, h'Wl. The trip was occasioned by the from the pages of history.

farther': insist'i upon:her/neualityjis, '.the construction: placed WILL visit to Orlando of Editor Wrightof Mr. Asquith declared the invasionof
) uton cablegram from ,Constantinople .received by the'Turkish the Florida Grower, who was invited . Belgium was the first step in a
:a
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greater policy to crush the freedom
POSSIBLE the Board of Trade to havea'
(OPEN AS QUICKLY AS : by
ambUsaaor. ::.,. '.o,a tod' y':'.,.' .. . ,- look at Orlando for a descriptive and autonomy of the free states of
3 It;was':'reported;today '.that a :German. gunboat..and merchant article in the Grower. Europe.

;k Wseelaiadbeen: : :sunk::by. :mines inthe, :North sea' Washington? Sept- 4.-(Special.)- ference was that the,United States is Coincident with this visit the Sea
f. ;- Bankers from the clearing house well able to take care of 'itself.. board Air Line railroad officials were BASEBALL RESULTS

< cities of' the country conferred with, A question discussed was the advis- anxious to have Mr. Wright look over -
UitTm STATES N1tJTILuiPOSf1:10N, WILL BE EXTENDED Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo ability of,putting the reserve system the Black Hammock operations,where National League

:COQ LANDING OF'JAPANESE:TROOPS IN CHINA, and the federal 'reserve board today into operation at once and the important for some months extensive drainage Philadelphia 5, Boston 6.
r i <**- ]& -" regarding general.conditions and the 'announcement was made that operations have been going'on. Cincinnati 4, Chicago 2.
:
a .Wit.j4.-:(Special),--Thevrneuted. position taken need of the establishment pf foreign the banks will be opened as ;'quickly Mr. James L Giles took charge of Brooklyn 3, New York 4.

by i tl t United States,;concerning:,the war,in.;Europe will be ,extended exchange. 'The sentiment of the con as possible. the party_. , consisting of Mr. Giles, St. Louis 1, Pittsburg 2.

.to coyerJapan's alleged,violation,of:.China's:neutrality: by -- Mr. Wright- Judge, Cheney, W. R. American League

landing! troope,:at Lung:Chow. China. has ..already filed 'formalproteetwHh ENGLAND WILLING TO .RESTORE O'Neal, .:Mayor E. F. Sperry, Secretary Washington 1, New York 0.

I \.Japan/and.:it, is understood, simultaneous protests Board .of Trade,C. E. Howard, Boston 4, Philadelphia 2.
.' "" and,Mr. Donald Cheney. Detroit 4, St. Louis L
will be filed with.all
poWers.eec FOREIGN EXCHANGE WITH U. S.
At Oviedo they were met by five Cleveland-Chicago cold weather.
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dIng to;,the f Japanese. embassy',view;Japan may have ref autos of interested persons and citizens
Federal '
theviolatio'; 'of Chineae.territory.a.question i of vital inter of Oviedo and formed a long line League
,. : .London, Sept. 4.-(Special)-The which are besetting foreign exchange. Brooklyn 7, Pittsburg 6.
t .14'taking the same,ground' "as".Germany for'the-invasion- of Belt official press bureau today announced Negotiations are proceeding with ,a of automobiles bound for the dense Buffalo 2, Baltimore 1.
...... ... "" ... Black Hammock.
-' that.e ;government has made ar- pew to the restoration of. exchange St. Louis 0-2, Kansas

1: -hat..alw 'set:up:a. counter! ;claim:that.'the Germans are rangements to.remove the difficulties I between. America and, England: r lands Here in is Florida a large covered body of with: the a finest magnificent Chicago 2, Indianapolis City 1. 1-1,

i foil Iq wee; *J s};tf.work( : : on. lie :fortifications. of:-.KiauChau .hammock growth of hard Southern League

< _; and occ ;tq.ferritoryo', ,: tside'-'orthe'1i, _ :WI:" .of Kiau Chau j piegne and thence through Noyne, 145 miles northeast* of Com woods of.every description, and scattered Memphis 3, New Orleans 0. :f

:. ,_ ..a &.-. a aL - piegae to.Laf e. about may be seen wild orange Chattanooga 4, Birmingham 2 '
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':,- 't the befinnteg of:the' war S* :.the- United T; ,States inaugurated fc' a ':The French line is'stulholding. according unofficial: 'reports, trees, growing right in the dense Atlanta 5, Montgomery 3. j

-. ovtntBt fer'alhatiesiof.Chifta; ", ,- and;it: wffl :probably b t.igiving..w ;slowly before,the,onward pressure_ of, the Ger-. woods.'
Mr. J., L. Giles is the owner of found .the dredge at work
j; tMI... ..II1g e. al.ne V tt tv tteCh: i a .groteea, JDIB8. 4Poo'aCres, of this valuable property. tons of earth and great lifting out
______ stumps and
I ..,. '.. _. w r' >Fartker, east'and>orth l the allied:armies are apparently"holding Dr.:McElroy, and other Orlando citizens trees and depositing them along the
it co' .' .'.-;> 1'< '. > ;:their own;ii tie neighborhood of,:Laon:and! Rethel;::2(miles are also 'interested. Messrs. banks. This dredge works

t I' "YIt.tlfr.-1$ Of; :FIGHTING.IN:FRS . Boriteftit of 'Rte. with..their! :),right .resting; OD:.the" fortified Giles.' and..McElroy have a farm. in night and cuts the canal an day averageof and t
.1v .>: '. l WMa .::J TJ. e Fwaeo-Germwi"f rwttier.;, : t '- the midst of. the hammock whose I 200 feet per twenty-four hours.

I' J'aQ- 1tI'-DiiIY.: !:Mail has saeeeeid" m .. sanguinary; fighting k said. -to.,.'be. going': on; a'thevalley.of.. b yield 1iet'.is fabulous and almost beyond Without doubt this vast tract of
: "Ie""" .tIti" ...} f .- > land will become a veritable, gardenspot z
where sokhin
the Qfee river German ea? lry.swept; the riei ). Extensive irrigating operations
\. 1'l ti:,. Co a','I'Iae i'Wt.tiaft Wi.tbmtood of Compiecn aMSoigaee3[ and- 'has engas.for-48: 'hours were to be seen bythe visitors. Great made'on Already a mere patch fortunes of it have and when been

.:; the;,towL Tte4aj ,, t the Owe ww bbwo ,, this (l ,[the United British and'FrftckW17:dimfeai.At .: '::: ditch esyffteenfeet. , wide .by twelve cultivated on, an extensive scale the

:'r; ) morning. ' aw expected. hocriy." , Meptdidier and at Royne the Germs. ;:are:'. b owing,great feet deep,'traverse.the tract' and connect possibilities are unlimited.

1! : te II". _:. &'. ..- -0':JtwII.," "._' '., ..''.... L.. .': nJ1... ;[utreagtt. 'in a determined effort to break the Hue,before' 'the de- with: a'central canal ditch twenty*
$1thtb1c .it. :. : feet.wide.by twelve feet deep. :.Thepet ,A.table full_of literature' You willfind
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!;'%: -4:;;-. A..'.... DW8.J' Brings,..to.-_.'stay:.A,idle' *- ._;,_oa. :,accowt. GERMAN$ ';CAPITAL WELL" : D& ' ,.If. yea want'your',bkyck,fiied' in I! 'SPECIAL. Up to date
painting,
of hiitethit -* FENDED ; papering, etc.,
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; :'.' :*UU... r .. "" ,I.:<_ ...a.I ti a Amei4 WIl. soon hay "' r />' *x ... a.,hurry- take it to Warman's Repair LABOR DAY EXCURSION TO is the kind you want Where to get
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i .... it .... ... 1s,- lUte'. i Wi wee e...;' : $ 'Loadon.Segt. ,3. -A dispatch to the : _. : DAYTOtfA BEACH it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T.

tel4ses eery 1I1IIIIIr. :. 1 ; 0 Tbwe wiil be'servicea at die caarchMr. Central: News from Amsterdam declares ''WOOD'FOR' SALE Bus leaves Orlando Sunday, Sep Entrican. 20-tf
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W* heed a wMbff. Friday rig*',4tto .,may. "j-- that' telegrams. received' .there' For'the' :month 7 of,August I will tember 6th, at sir-thirty a. m.; returning -
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**...'tow*. ,. Mr fcn&k:.Tot*j .' : Richard Moore is.working,for from )Jern ';,set forth that the Ger sell;at'my farm, pine'at 86'cents per Monday evening. Number of Don't wait for every one In town to
.. rd lase ..Iit BuriI-.. eed.R i strand, and oak atLOOralso some I passengers limited to ten. Fare $3.00 have
4 re_ Mr i Baisdea:thk:week.. man capital is being guarded by several saw logs cheap.. A...S. Hodges,'K. 1, round trip. Don't delay-only ten Entrican, the painter, before
The ...s ... loll le: wattwsMiM :Mr.:Elmer..Padgett is,still carrying. army:;corp Orlando. ,?-30.1mWe II can go. See Morton Jones and secure you try. Am too busy to look you

.i 'I" Mftttit Brftds. ,..Mtv Nat the"' Iuq. .from: Whittier, to, Kenans- I a ticket. Job.up. Phone 636, and I. will be on the
BaM, Miss bush Tomim and SimXobtak vie ; I MORTON JONES & SON. 1-20.tf
{ Mr. :
: .PA AND insure.,1Our.life and loan
k VING./ CUBBING. ORDINANCE. you 8-25-tf
t ,. At"w d* g ',a: rdiwwaspkyW .Mia Teapie ,Bass) .':very, fll, but: money on real estate at 6,per' cent.
tI by. :KiasEeme.Gny: ;"'}The we'ilk'her..'a speedy ,. -An Ordinance to provide for the wing and interest/ Guarantee Life& Loan Co.,
: recovery curbing eertaia atreeta in the City of ood1
Orlando. Curry Building, Tampa, Fla. Read the advertisements daily. woo!
biide and froom. kft f tw"thiir ho etfixMifcJfc .; MiesIra:: ,Bass ':and 'mother::spent Be it Ordained by 'the. .City Council' of the. ," A< 3-25-d&wtf WOo!
; qty of Orlando: >
i ., TWr" .friends. wiAtiMv Suaday"afternoon with her daughter Section L That the following named street
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mill) happy'hours.:-; ., who has just'moved. down'from Nar- hall fied for be each paved street with and.brick shall of the be,width curbed cpecL with. DR.GEO.NASHVETWARIAN Excellent Core Pine Wood Supplied

3 Hist Maggie Bawdea asd Miss Bertin eooM, Fla.. 'I .concrete-curb four by fourteen inches .

WflBiiM.speat > cue le'of boarflst ; "Miss.'Rosalie- iWaldrup'and Mrs.3tAgaeof8enansviUe '. 'Street North.to. Colonial Orange Drive Avenue,-,from fill in Washington with brick, -G. O in any quantity
taftMrfflef .awraiag i '' average width of 14 feet. '. -
Friday .on. spent:.the .
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..:, (i ",Iii.'L' ,. afternoon: .:in:Whittier Monday.. /the North connection Orange with Avenue Lake, Ivinhoe Colonial Boulevard Drive to Iisect Miller Will OFFICE PHOll1l34 SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE

;1 . Mitt Ddk TfflmtoettyaeflCreek. Mr. .Hunt..,dosed out. camp. ",yesterday extension of North Orange Avenue 30 feet. _'
*Lake Ivanhoe Boulevard extension MAGRUDER STABLES
of
North
": 'f has been_nyflnfingjfce pwt two,weeks, .; Orang Avenue to city limits 16 feet. I Rfi J1 STRANDS OR MORE
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,,' ),.' witk,Nay.; :Bur"of; .Whittier. ' 'Mr.. Weldon'Wirt, is stopping. over at South Phillips Orange Garage Avenue to Lucerne, from Circle end of"fill.brick,in OSTEOPATHYDR. -
'. The:...tW:_:chonA kouse J: .being_ at Mr,' Baisden's a :While. with, brick of average width of 14 feet. Your house all insects.

'-- r'ft" 'reptirtd;f.r tie aeeoeiRtaen,. '< Mr.',T.0.{Perkins came up to visit to South Gore Orange Avenue Avenue 18 feet from. Lucerne Circle ELDREDGE BARIOW

: r Mr.'RudeIp Yougle'oein g'along' Whittier. .(-Sunday'and Monday Gore'' Avenue from South Orange Avenueto Quarts S5c. Gallet $t." .
Kohl Avenue 24 feet. J. C .HOWELL
; ?J toe'ia'..:groc fy:tHioin8 'since_he ,Mr;,Harris,'of Homestead: is spend Kuhl'Avenue from Gore Avenue to South- Telephone 375
For sale Hours 10.12, 35, and
...tf ern city limits.tO feetCentral by by appointmentNo
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tot j uphii the week,in .
ing Whittier
t- : Avenue from Atlantic Coast Line South Street
near A. C. L.
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L n :Satenby;aight' Uit:there .was \n 'Mr.-Bloomer White and,family, of Railroad to Garland' Street. fill in with brick extra charge for house treatment
Carritfcers & GoreI
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14 feetCentral
: ,.tIatstkol* the'school house. Telephone connections Tracks
!., jai Kissimmee; has moved down to Whittier Avenue, from Garland Street to
: i ''Some":aieV speeches wereJmade',and .rand 'is,'boarding. at,':Mrs.. Bais- Western Central city Avenue limits from 80 feet Main Street to. West . Office cor. Orange and Central Area 9.1-lm

.iukrtaiewd' by.ji&.John. 'B Wen den's. Street fill in with brick of width of li feet {

-.- J ;and' .: daogfcW! --''MJM''.''Mattie; ," and:the' I Mr. Paul Appleyard, who has been merline Central Street Avenue 24 from'feet., West. Street to'SumI. 'I

,' 1 ladies carried cakes 'out'whid Lucerne Circle, entire circle, 18 feet .. .i .tIIJt' 'III'11
a' yam ; down, here :working. for Mr.: A. L. 1"
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lt were-eeld: ''ffw'' tfee' beoeSt 'af. the Hunt, left this,morning.Mr. .. Avenue Robinson 24 feet Avenue from. railroad to Orange I

t.I:' .efcueh.' ;' The"'. aaeunt reeeived :was-. : Eugene :Stallings returned East Robinson Street Avenue 24 feet from ,Orange. Avenue. to

.:'. W #".::4 ( home last Thursday. He has been Magnolia Avenue from Robinson Avenue to 1

1 .- "Jir. .:VWa; Yatwt' 'of. ,:.Fort Christis up' at Chuluota .for, some time. Colonial Hugher Drive Street 24 from feet Central. Avenue to W. M. SLEMONS

t R' .ris&ag.her-parents, ..fWhit, : Miss' Addie Williams has been.'very American Main Street Street from 24 Confederate feet Monument to

\': 'tier. JIr. aDd Mre..G4inaf. ilL We all ,wig her a spedey recovery Washington Street full width of present road

tt ,;Miss';:M #tk t Baifld n:'.had.:quite .a :; 24 way feet., Washington. Street to Robinson Avenue,

*a :crowd_. f.t yowg .folia.'over. at. -her Main Street from Jackson Street to Lucerne

It1 ,liomeStii,
H :few.of the.K.w,..C.. boys and KeBIDSa UNDER U.: 'S.., FLAG full West width.Street Central Avenue to Anderson .'. ,

,vflte;boys. fer,,'supper.Mr. .' Street,,'24 feetAnderson .
E. .' Moeee \:Tiaddl' ,and family Street from West Street to. De- t
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:awed down'to. WkK&r .: to Mr.Godwin's : Street from Anderson
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: pkee, was. to Jackson Street from Orange Avenue to the SUITS
under the American
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<..JWL. Mr., Godwin< 'moved up to St. placed flag Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. full width of. .:; <; ,
the new,ship registry'law, Secretary present roadway. ..
1t .Hoed:, South Street from Orange Avenue to Atlantic , .} Io
;;, Mr. Jim' :Tumffin. '__::and.. family. ,,,'Mr. Redfield announced today. eDt roadway.Coast Line Railroad full width of pres. (,:,. .
The :first the Molde- '
was steamer
; .$1 :YouBg.a.d family;:and'Mr,- Sun,Eu- Anderson Street from DeLaney Street to ;
.,' ' .'" : gaard about to sail, from Newport Lake Street, 24 feet HALF PRICE FOR CASH AT'
: beak
1' .,aH peat-Saturday, in. 'the.-woods, for Lake Street from Anderson Street to Pal- .
Mews Brazil The Rob-
steamer
':, ) .e Ni l.cutting.. "M. .said_they had a mer Street 24 feet .. .
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%1"i ert Dollar, how at Rio, Janeiro, .andthe Concord Avenue 'from Magnolia Avenue to '
'1 yaie ..tae.. Trenton Street 24 feet
l a 'ProfHawthorne: and daughter bark, Windrush, at Buenos Ayres, .. Hillcrest Avenue from Magnolia Avenue .
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; to Broadway 24 feetBoone
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were grant
J. MiasIanraM'egang. along fine : Street from Church Street to.South
: ed,registry through: American consulsin Street, full width 'of present roadwaioBoone
.: Wthe'scheeL' ,,' ;. Street from South Street to Irvine
South
Mr..:,:[Jr;T.;; Wpans ,has' gone ',to America. Street 20 feet .
Marks Street from Orange Avenue to Lake-
'Arkansas for,awhile-on: ,account of ,view Avenue 24 feet; Lakeview Avenue from
t : ,Marks Street to Lake Ivanhoe, 1$ feet
HtfctWu V WATCHING NEW COMET
Church Street from Garland Street to Par..
..':; .There:wffl kern amt giv- ramore Street 24 feet Street, W. M SLEMONSURANGE
Church Street from Main to West
,,.; ... 5.. .eels by;.thiiehOOI Saturday,night. .. '.All .1Aeal'people have been getting up fill in with brick. .
c'. ..,,,are bolnmgforward'to a big time. the American Street from Atlantic Coast Line
.. early last few mornings to witness Railroad to Lucerne. Circle. 24 feet
.. Q Mr. Cifie,Bass.and wife have gone. the new comet, which is visible Adopted September 1, 1914. I A VENUE1I1"I'"I"'lllllt'IIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'II"I'I"11IIIIII
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'up to KittfauiMe-this week.Mr. ., I I in the:northeast about 4 o'clock each 1 Mayor. I
; '; .. Sol .Padgett has to Hot Attest: CARL JANSEN,
; gone :: .morning:;-Fort Myers, Pies City Clerk. II"III'IIIIIIJII


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: .*. fctawtfawi Kmijpinpa. .
;f: ;: .) ..." :. h. '" "" 5. 1 t "", .I, go. to. roost tired out and .sore;

I4a4a% Sap.. t5fllfr tJwirfBg,Vyof .LtMiIIt. .StPt '.< '.FiitIeM, . and sigh, while yet awake, "There's GRAND
tfeotaiMfe i C JHHT iadbutta WiJIiIM: Lope toek 'own life oft r o,use living,any. 'more,- life's such,agrievous

=: eonbat Gar a;laiotakc' *f:his.regiment;'aecordifig :fake. It's nothing but a

sad ef Fnsaekaaaxiaf to:Lady; .Randolph (Chorchfll', who 'has. round of toil and tears and things

=- iNto the bra, hide .,jtuit arrived from Germany. like those;' my heart is sorer than a

1 lwa( Mfatt to fta bUr- .." W .Frederick', William," she boil, I have So many woes." While TODAY

Nib war. QatMNey .. is opfaMft emd. ..:.......,.<:r. ": 8 :."' :'.. 'g, a, ',Geraaneitvidtyreginient "" grumbling thus I start to snore until

.... ..... before Liege. :on the bedsprings rock, .and then, for ..

.' ra B..a sad,Afrlaue;: .t Attgut:4,:when.Us'men in the'd&irkneas'of 4 seven hours or'more,.I sleep around "

01st TtsiitttMy tboH ..e: tfter }evening nearly:..aanDulated:a a,block. Ah, far and wide my snores "Our Fairy Play, .

..... ai ,,war.ia: =t id the Canaan:, iifantry regiment,: The. are flung, till>wakeful neighbors yell;

..,.. .... ...,.-wweaeaafra : ; prinee'abot"lielf. ; ; feartee" face. (.learned to sleep'when I was young, M A Vitagraph special in two big parts

o.da "'*e Pacific.'to;:feeomhai the.aager of Emperor Wffliam :His my tutors taught me well. For seven -
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M1.- ; .. .. ilea: GMMBB. ItiIdicatId widow,'::with'whom ,I. am acquainted. hours, or maybe nine, I steep with featuring Hughie Mack, James Lackye

that tk.-Amtic:: .setters : was- iafdiaf his death' on August, ardent zeal; then, in this withered Josie Sadler and a number of other stars.
: i4t i.".1 heart of mine I feel. I
.w. tke new energy .
Wt on UMir, r..tbevt mm* m32 -
thgby wet'tai: IH, .a j:ieclated. ,. k murmur, as I'don my rags, 'How Showing the comical way in which a

-GTt' :HdWI.. . ..._', '.-" '" > . foolish is despair' I don't indorse family of' ruralists and their neighbors
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IliiB ieeeaia y:cur Peer i iBte.PiaDee.tJ. :.GI..S DAIR those dismal,wags.who say that life's

?. .. 10*\28MWwo .trained a snare. I'm glad' that I have work interpreted "The Sleeping Beauty. The

ofwWch' 7MM are wed Brit- ''*Girls'and women of all ages.want to'do, and wish I had some,more; I'll for
attending mishaps are too funny
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..r :: ; of::tile :to he beautiful thin and lifeless:attractive hair, bat rasghtly gaily .toil the long day through, en-
and destroys
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..tt.1l".eltH'1'! Jal, '; : oying every chore. I feel as fresh
army half the beauty of a pretty face. .
'.IoI.f'- '" -. b.iftg .:uttifttliiditnfit :: : .Jt.your hair, is'losing its naturalcolor and free.from aches as Adam, ere.his words.They will to tears-OF
: : is dull .streaky foil fall wildcats and move you
\'e (tist firing falling.out. ; bring on your your

lbt't';of..PraaWi jar a'...*;Spahis.dfidal 'of itel1esJ dandruff:,burns too.dry do,-or not,if be the alarmed c scalp, snakes,.and I shall whip them all!" LAUGHTER.

rjt. ",: ;"figure*, use Parisian: Sage.'-.'Rub it well Oh, sleep! It is the only dope that's

...J... -;:'. .a.L"': .Imfcan,;:.aiwy' "''al-, into, the scalp. It will go right .to' never known to fail, that brings new

raady:.en.to.way to. the..lroa t U,.inlaatoy the hair roots, nourish them, and Uneeda courage, faith and hope, ., when mans "A Modern '
arta= stimulate,the.hair to.grow long and tired and stale. Sampson
Itt W cavalry 26,000
; .. ; : beautiful It removes dandruffff with
lafji.IvjiOMf t. :ancwaatiy;:atc 4:.6Ww.Tha .' one application,- stops, itching 'sCalp, BiscuitTempt I.The

t : ttftin. stn' th" t the' fcrfaaaraiy falling hair":and.makes' the -head feel Robert Hungerford Normal An Edison comedy. A real scream.

'.is,Jt.1 utetry 0 BrahamM"' Ba j* .fine.' .Parisian: .Sage f supplies__ the hair the. appetite, and Industrial School will throw open

. mate r-n '.JaU,.,'g&hs,", Prajabw,\ Dogras. -.",, withwhat is, needed to make it.soft, please the taste and its doors October 1, 1914, for its fall
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..'....... ; .: .,' ffll. > nain.. 4ail| is' sold in fifty cent. bottles byMchoT8Pharmaq Crisp,clean and fresh present on the first day. The buildings ,
and at all
HiaHo, Bvddkift ifi ace warriors.whowfll'lay ,. .drug -5.cents.IioidIcuftRound renovatedand
; r counters. Look ftor the trade mark are being thoroughly
down. 'tip Jift _fw the BritHaaad -' '="The. Girl with the Auburn Hair.'" everything being made as comfortable An Essanay. Another clever picture.ORCHESTRA .

.tkedaeiTiaidaaed_ regiraeateeahe'I1r Accept no other. $ as possible. Any informa-

:. *iei; amy. jan: (. a .fighting_ tion concerning the school may be

'forte.' hart, 'to' "stop- ,':. .'" DRESS' MAKING twin tender tad by writing Mrs R. C. Calhoun,
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,Tho a'::tfi ,tnftngomtnts' ':for..offeue Rooms 3 and. 4 over:Hammond & Eatonville, Florida. 8-8-Sat-tf
with flavor
Bunch's store, Church street. Will a delightful
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tnd .aiteae the present
: ; close every .week ,on Friday at 6 appropriate for 'luncheon '
great war.toe been kept pref oundlyMeret o'clock p. BL,'and reopen Saturday at tea and dinner. DYNAMITING done mall its branch .

:, it. ii.:,pwUWe a pit<'tM"order 6 p. m.., Perfect satisfaction at moderate 10 cents. es. Clearing land is our specialty.Let .
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weriletgietii.losg aid.care cheerfully given. .1... N. Lewis, 406S. .

fnlthoofheaWpMt. ;of.ale :war of- .PULL.U-UT GRAHAMCRACKERS East street 7-14-lmo finish.That

I .h l' ,.;t.*. : 'A geared block and tackle for folks
-'- -" '" up-to-date Pathe
; tare'. ',awt' of India SemiWeekly.FIVE .
To .the amy who.need motorists, for instance.
would be_.:to;:tore tntt:.-vast empiretpento Pull-U-Out' can PULl-it, multiplies Get the news in the Sentinel first
: :yonnr .pull by; seventy- ten Made of the finest BIG REELS.
ttttek from wiftent andmutiny
,.' : ,. . . pounds on the crank means seven
.frog. .witi._ area., .There'is_ alwaystoiklof hundred pounds pull at the hook. One ingredients. Bakedto The Takes Off Freckles
pri i m: In&u. 'It t was. man:;can pull a car out of the mud, perfection. .
Anally ;.teUed,' Awgt" ,' fiat. there or:back on the-road,if;:tipped,.or'do national strength Removes Tan. .
anything else' that a .ton or so'of food. zo cents.
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was JO': kuMcBtto! 'ptoeveet. : ,of; in= straight pull is :capable'of.. Beatrtifyjrcmrconiplexion. Get l

tornal trwbk in ladia,-ad.the.-line-. .Even if,you never need to use-it : rid of those freckles. You can 05
'P'.ot.u.e.Uitl':: "made. H 'improbable, and 'we hope:you never will-a Pull- Buy biscuit Baked byNATIONAL forest sac in s jar of WIt lOc

that'1 any- \ itict&-;:;attack- old..have U-Out in.the toll ,chest think is'a mighty-about.Whatever . SON'S FRECKLE CREAMmdtheyTl
to
: :'. satisfactory thing disappear. Severe ,
BISCUIT
to be :reeled.' WWi, Gwmany, asEngland's arisesyouhave ,
;.. emergency cases may require two Jars-
:only:tfttvy. and, _the Kaiser. .ready for.instant"use,, all "the COMPANY no more. We positively pur-
pnttioeeupW: $' Iioae and'iau. pull, you Will ever need. Merely as ,tntee this and if your com- -
l ',: '.FatSerkna: ;; a-matter of comfort insurance, PullUOutls'wohmany Always look for that Name. pkrion.isn't fully restored to
wiA.tWendinf :
times its
; price. Its natural beauty, we agree to refund yorrmoney
It ryas c Mined almost a.certainty that .There's a use for Pull-U-Out every without argument And in addition liii

nothing 'eonld"'oeear- In. India- : that. day, on.the'farm, and equally sO in Srant WILSON'S toilet cream.FRECKLE Doesn't CREAM cause is hair a fine to grow, f ra- 'r "
'reouire' the pree1fleeOf: .troopsAmong the shop, or out construction work and does positively remove TAN and
would
1... :. Just as an'added tool,'every man will WOOD, COAL AND ICE FiEct .ES. Try it at onr risk. Price SOo-
u.re: sent by mail if desired. Mammoth jars $1.00. I
Hammond &Gore
find for it-use that will hinttimeand
use save" Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand'sCoal WILSON'S FAIR SKIN SOAP 2Sc:. Wilson !
tfee meet mtoveetrng as well trouble. and money. 9-31-tf Freckle Cream Co., Charleston, S. C, makers.
M the:moet:formidable'fighting out Messrs. Freeland '& Harland,; who Yard,. phone 566. For sale bj
have the .for the Southeastern .. I j. N. MCELROYHeiiilltMHIillMltllMMMMIIIIMiMillMIMIHI
fly in the I. on.,.ttmy- ,an. theGhurkaTMlre ,- = States, have agency these machines on ejfci- Don't overlok. the want ads. v FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
; are;ton:egunefits of.j the bition at'the office of Lord& Brad' '

Gowka:lifleo.:5TatM .we";'.fighters shaw, on Orange avenue, and :you- REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

wit.. come:from:the Vim. ,of;Nepal, should",by all means go'and. _seeat.4 ,I

and. trace.tkeir,deteent' from the Rajratbtr 9-4-lt ROLLINS COLLEGE in1er Path r COMPARE
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pita; "!!' ,'fig. t' ...-- 'NOTICE.OF'ELECTION f
;afpetraaee Ifcey ate:faening.: 'They OUR FURNITURE

atwt stocky:Httie men,:of, :some- To the Sheriff of Orange County of the .'
are State of Florida t Uest CeMete ..l Mesf leaaWil Crowis ta Fterila
what.Ibe_ .apearanee ot. d.the_,'Japanese, Be.ft Brown:.That I, H. CLAY CRAW- ,
FORD. Secretary of State of the State of .' We provide the quality furniture that has long
!Ht lws.., They wear per- Mint Fine Art Domestic
only : Expression
Academy
: Florida, do hereby give notice that a College, ;- ,. been accepted knowing furniture buyers as the
.peel- _their:ftett and the '. GBNBRAL ELECTION 'and Industrial Arts, Business, Teachers Cowse. '
-, will. be held in Orange County. State of : standard.or.merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
(grina'do. 'net, "come.* :off. -when,- ,they.go. ,Florida.on.Tuesday next succeeding the first : Twelve buildings,steam heat, electric lights, fire pro- wouldn't'be here were it otherwise. We can't make
lido"ar tTiAGha :":- ... I! Monday in''Novmber.:. D. 1914 the said- tectioa fine gymnasium BO malaria quarter million dol. :
Tuesday being the" this point too clear-it is one of'the foundation stonesof
ass; 'tee'.:eonqaere- .'ln. THIRD DAY OF NOVEMBERFor . lar endowment. Three teachers of'music, $5,000 organ, j this business, and that means much to any buyer.
from the State of
United States Senator
.1914 ,by the.Britiek:. ;.after. years' '\offtffatinj Florida,for six yean from Mash 4.= 1915. a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new

:;?;;:tad"have. :.fe o':"'e'. 'loyal,,:subjests For Representative District of the from State,the of Fourth Florid Congressional ,. >i. rooms for.business school,:full banking equipment New

.oi;Enskad.:"Whw! ;the'.Ghurka the, ,Sixty-fourth ,Congress of the United" :chemical and 'physical.laboratories, equipped with every : MeML: DAVIS BLOCK,

regimelti were':first:mtde a.1;part,of States..For.'Commissioner: of., Agriculture, : .the modern: :,device; analysis of soils, fertilizers; foods,water.: :
the. tanta army,they:did:not seem State of.Florida. Preparation"for engineering course. Cer.Oraste Ave. aM ChirchSL, Orlando, Fla.
.For Two Justices.of the Supreme. C.Ittf .
to ttktwtU ,to_organaed methods' offaIt .the State of;Florida. Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, L _ J

-:'was. net" .:until'. ;the, army State, For of Two Florida.ForTwo'Memben Railroad.-: 'Commissioners" of the' II .Christian, but undenominational expenses .moderate. : i--.i __ _ _ __

tnthoiftlei. aHwed'feem. to' make ofthe'House..of Representatives . ' '. t Scholarships available. For catalogue address :
of the State of Florida.
their: fttientl. .::wetpea; the: kukri, a ". II I
For::Sheriff. f
bag, kwf e,-;:a:-.pert 'of, their .For For Tax County Collector.Assessor::of Taxes. L WILLIAM .FREMONT BLACKMAN, : ABSOLUTELY THE VERY LATEST Music

that:the_Gkarkas.regained+ : :For County Treasurer. .. I
their prestige"'as tere..xThier-in- For;Five County Commissioners.For Ph D LL 'D. President.4iniHIMMMIIHIMMIMMIIIIIHMIIIiliiiiMii-
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; Three Members of, the County Board, ( :

structors never osfild- .,.,..!sake; them use. of For Public Justice Instruction.of the Peace; la and for'the following ' ' |' Cart be found in our ,stock at all-tim. 5. If.
OaeL
the bee _Justice OtrictB, vii?' =

In: deee; fttrters. ;the ,:Qtlnwlr .No.No.15.14. -- x: you wish. to have the songs that are popular

y his rHk'afid takeatO his Nee 20. .
.vhkh he'Btts" '.wtth- .telling C ef.' : No..fl... , : York and Boston right NO&j
knife, : .''For"Con>trb1e in and, for the following Justice in New : ,
feet; tigsd.byeavahrytheat: : Districts.' ,vis: #

GhorkJ..:..-I":up." sad :-,fire. ;. ,.the ;o.No.'a.-:'No. I.':

horsemen. 'sntfi .they.' ,come: within 'No.No.:. 10.14.No .. '
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/the: little IB 4i BM; are :up la Testhaoay-'Whereof. I. have ,heretcto
set my band sad affixed the Gnat Seal of the ,. '
.,' .tnd_ "busUy.at'work':_htmsbmgmg. 'the. State of Ftorfdi at Tallahassee. the Capita AND WATCH OUR FILES AND SHOW WINDOW
this the twenty-fourth. :of AugustaD. BUYERS: TO SHARE IN,PROFITS ,
stabbing :
hones,and aging, ,.to stirrepe. ,, .. IN fa-' .... t
the rwn..: : (L,S), H. CfXT CRAWFORD. LOWER 1 PRICES ON FORD CARS ,
-. : :.Secretary of State; ;. .. .,.
": ThU method :etlag U:aot untte -. To J. F'Cordoe;:Sheriff,, _County.. August '
.:thtief who .MMJ. :Effective from August'1,1914to: .
,: the Fweh Tafees,"_ W. S. BRANCH
retactiofi
against ,
and any
1,1915 guarantee
also fptev,*|4Mamw.whs*charged..by. ? .
'NOTICE TO CBBB1TOS8In during that ,time:
isliaivier11te_ Gharkw like -
The Arc* i. aM Mask Store
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'the' Seoteh'. HifWeaders. ,we bttH&eeawl :Court of the.'County- Judge.. Orange County. Touring Car - $555.00 : )
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'.they,,,carry',..their.:.japes"with' "them ;.e:Honda.la Estate.of-Thomas' 'wimama. J ""
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.3 "'*ben they g6 iato'Uttk.jtt :=< TO'aU:Credterv Lateen. DistrilRtteei.and_ .Runabout. '.505.00F. y

Ae',German infateymei tome lot -;.splint afl:Persons acid: Haute haviac: .ctx, Demands. .:a'B..OrLude. AD can_f iHy'e upped.Futfcer JOHN,, B. STETSON UNIVERSITY

eontaH:wUk;the:Ghwtas H is likely .Yen. ud etcft'ofJ ;notified
and required.-preaeDt..any claims and'degaaaca vt wffl W able ti...ta a to Butaui efMaey' t, LINCOLN HULLET, ph. D., Litt. D., LL D., President
the ,fl F receive jthe.sarjwise et their ioian cod faputbrfac .ear .
) I wafck you. or either of you. may have la MT factor prrd etiea. and the 1 IS BOHE
lim, fetire'Izxikw 4s Mt fight jjuhnt'ft*;estate-of Thomas:Wmi iasss.. 'de ui sales deprtBet' if v*--'Rack'as ..teat- sf".,. 'TIE MST SCHOOL, TOO GOOD FOR YOUR CHILDRENSend
eeaaed, late of One e county. Florida:to the ,9H.IH. cm between the,above,data. /"
like. fefeea,trsoes.. :Once they aretoonehai .Menie ed-exeeatrix'of. 'said estate ash" sad fkb,piWatliM. ,wt'i.m...'M':-, r them to Stetson. Fall Term.Begins.Sept.125.
cm. .4 charg -they de'mot. 'stopratU : two yean from the date,'hereof.' ; :.STk .w' wt 11,to iH.pacarfea .'.- .....: 40 Protestors and Instructors College of Liberal Art.
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Bated Jsly Ml U14. College of lAw
-; .*. a sewFat ,17 University Bu2dmf'ffi
retail boa *
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they/;._. .. to trips with the ecemy. .- ', 8LEABBIH,.IRLLtAlB.8Mtw .- :AugadUi5) fteQ' IM ni'.H*ilV1 1. i31.' \ ':Acre CamPUS College of Technology
.No mtttor --'.thesarmwa wta : : 1 I. e car between...MpIt.Ji...... ... m Students Last Year College of Business
; .hew ally M;- ;.,.i i..k. jU1: : t tier> ....Ind '. lulls. Badwsaeet Preparatory AfxVnry
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do:not'r=t'nd/. ": ; ; ', ., 1leN'hOkw'Qriei, :' :: :;:" Ca.l '-,- : 3 .sharp.eiu., . f :: 'It tto.OetPipe Large lAboratories Organ for Science School School..of of Waste.Mecbuuc Arts

Intltie: .tittfe Ghurkas ..-u ,ileiti.tlieltie tatt yoga gi.e.M isiiapeoeeioaiic. Uatdpatced. .General Equipment School of Fine Art
the Sikhs ltirai'..6aaaesrpp...... P.:G. ... : k Normal SchoolSeparate
are nk the l ;
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art to take wises*t dfetaifc tile ; and Careful administrationand
biff el -hew It II QIIIIIIIe. :-\' 111II.-... .. k :_ Dormitories for yocn$men young women.
;. are men, meet the* tfdmmrysbe. , ,- thorough supcmsiou. Christian and not aectarlan.teachmg.
.... b aaulis he onset
.? They, too tit ,brmvt fghton, ....at #ieu rat tlerreaee ever For catalog or newt, for information' ,or for room reservation address
''' have taken asa.a+ererea btbehalti. 'fly B. STETSON UNIVERSiTY, :D '
: they to the methodswtrfsye. JOHN; FLORIDA
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' 1 < ; proposed. restored Idagdott; of br &e''af, Baltimore the'iversar7' "

SMfc Flidfe SafedPHIfa : .;;.,FI1IDOM. .. -- VThere ;#s Feted'about'20,000:s wre'.'milea,of of-ti.i. wri !eT the. '
ir -
territory and Aria \ibont.35,0eo -'hymn," "The' Star: Spangled

..RllIIlI I -- .. ;? 'are'=today;" 'a0ie-, W; s aare. miles.: It'm.i: be supposed Banner."!; 'This celebration will .begin
::- 1Malt_--. _I1Mwt .. .. .. ..-;I mWO.. Nee" in"the Gen aad Aastrittamies ;, that, Russia.:would also:surrender, her next, .Monday and' continue-
:
: M W l..... it ems. .... and'460,900 .Poles onderams snare ,of the partitioned .
.. .... CI II .. .,... ,.__.... {; fort Russia, .who. ..,are. ."oppoaiii.". . :: :territory, through,the week.""The, songs heard
abeai,280,504. miles.v5Thes
>'- square at Baltimore wfll be"aoDgs of peace,
> '
.1ULJ DK.f+a- ,. them.ldhtary eiperte.. point,out. the there would '
appear'on':the '. :
1 ...;..........:;........?......". poBoibffity.feat'the CIar,w."aiDiinc"o' of. : !rather than these of ward SATURDAY SALE
.Europe "after the
i 1 ..7: ffj: : :::: ;:::::1.I alienate,tie:Polish;soldiers'ofa'seiieaiies'aFhen Rus- map large new.state- of approximately;war" a o'

. ; :..- >. .;;...,-..:;. i,....: ._. ,he isseedlia'r': 281,500 miles' UNANIMOUSVicePresident V.t
: -:- square of rich and-valuAble -
1-.:.i .F.-._..!. ..; .! J .;. .. ooh:'pi aaation. :promising auton-- ,territory times -
'. or nearly five
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,:-" : .j .... ,' 11 the ancient'kingdom of Poland. '
0II1'for, :, the size of:England and Wales. The :Marshall's statement ) flfl
J1T: ..- I total r that."the Democratic party will have .t'IIIIIIII
= "' : population would be about aslarge '1111111'. o
II1IIIIIII
: ....,!.. .. lair, ........ 'Peknd disappeared as.,an independent . as that of Spain., It would.be'rather only one candidate for president in
*** fa at 1M Mriowp .aBd'iDtegia1 state in '1772 when 1916 and his .
name happens to be
.. heterogeneousin I1d're
lY4 net htar I a. : race -
fI' ,iYesWsJ" ftII rile o&1 r.ee the :.first partition of the' kingdom1iu I'ligion. . ? Woodrow Wilson" will eXcite.no. controversy

lie..ef;oeatset'Mnrali.M **.* ..id It}.u..111. ;:eI<
;: .Aeonte ed'Piui8ia.I: .. ,There' .was: a second mation. mav. have been twn-f.M... t/i... Marshall's '.assertion that the our majority and feel
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1CFf"s.tiuI.''-; :offia fawrilfarUerwiM na partitioa'in1793<' ; and the. 'third 'and': prevent are uprising in; Russian.P. o-J J president'wfll have the enthusiastic, in spite of our youth as if we had been

:e'at'ejiteifelb,Hit:nctbr:*;-MfecriytioaMTUIDAY It'-wffl rati -w./ lasf partition,occurred'in 1795., 'The i'j land, which, .always is threatening, unqualified and united support of his carrying these

M Mop .ir .rose oil,. :-, division'of.the'Polish'kingdom.- among and to induce revolts in German Poland : ,party." .. I, Saturday Bargains on

q. i SEPTEMBER.5,.1914 v.tkt' three__ 'Po..ers_ _ Ru. Prussia. ;and. V and'' Austrian Galicia.NA'fIONAL ,f The vic -presid nt has said what,is through generations. We anticipate our
: ,, Austriarwas,rearranged:.the Congress in everybody's mind.
t ..... ,.; ::. ... -:.::. : : *of Vienna:iri)s S. In the re o J, There is no' Democrat anywhere customers needs at these Sales and thereis
j 'Xeep' :year J histwy., 'straight and arrangement. the shares of. Prussia HYMNS
who now wants"to be-known
"'(f<< t.that Portugal:is at":wartriGeriliany and,Austria, ' as ,anantiWilson no question of their appreciatioDourbusy
reduced andth
were, e Democrat._ There are few
'Brtno&edit:, even if Germany has Grand:'l Darby of. Warsaw' :wan added History' {records that in August,. Republicans who are eager to pose aisles speak for themselves. Come!

,- to_,the Russian Empire.. 1792, a' company of patriots from as opponents of the president except
-
i'. .. : .D.. This Grand Warsaw Marseilles marched and be one of the contented
Duchy or through the ,entire on abstract,issues of party principle. ones.
.t, All tfeoae' ;wbo.be eve:that French' the 'very.much truncated kingdom of length.of France.pulling a small Mr. Wilson's conquest of public,opinion -
.GlidlJ M&B&eriBg '
\aje tJie. 1IIrieD.
.
: Poland 'absolutely autonomous cannon. These heroes
was were going to is moral victory for which thereis
.. ; :of. Part"without:;" ; a fight, after and. of Russia Paris to end to the'farcical
...independent the only put an no parallel in American politics. These
are only few of
; l h i. J ii biiig iorte'to : a the items on Sale
> bend ;of union being personal, the) constitutional, l which a fac- It required the greatest war of
J l aii sad it, a*,reported.in'an Associa-
.
same monarch being the sovereign of tion of the Republicans assembled modern times to reveal the American

hi ittedPreM' diqtatch ,yesterday, would' each state. The' Czar:was represent., at the capital had decided would mean people to themselves, but when the

,,algo'a, $ car fDUy3 their' ed by a.viceroy'and a council_of state. the salvation of France. revelation came it was instantaneous.The FANCY LAWNS
F.......
f.f'," ' I constitution was: granted of a fairly : I As they marched along the way, i ideals of "schoolmaster". sud

11!' i o liberal 'character. There was aparliaent ',the' soldiers sang a new song, "Al denly'stand forth above the smoke of 750 yards Stripes, Florals, Checks-
war. beginning' to, have, itseHiForida ,of two houses, a'nominated r Ions enfants de la patrie." Every battle as the commanding ideals of all dainty designs _Regular 121.22C

.;" 11l ;; newspapers. The senate .a d'an elected chamber.. town which they passed through. took democracy' throughout the world.. I 1 and 15 cents-Saturday__________

f Iwtk.... ,Lake_ ,Region_ t_,calls Editor Holly
ford The, polish> language was the official.up the words and music. Even Paris Unless a radical change takes place :
\)fl.thei Herald and PoweU of
I t +eCkarrreter-san-dherent: kinds of medium. The. Catholic church was became interested in it and to its I:in the mind and purposes of the : SILK RATINES
I. given equality:!of.' treatment. Public rousing and inspiring strains the American'
people during the next two
[ ;while :
rliirr; the Zolfo Troth declare
; employment was:restricted to..Poles. Tuityeries was stormed on ,August' years, Woodrow Wilson's "re-election Fall weight-in plain and Fancy

tite ttt: anybody Who: M8Jhat it:fails This pleasant arrangement ::continued 10th. The king was deposed and is. hardly more in. doubt than his re- : Weaves-fine range of colors- 25c
project in :Florida's in- worth 50 and 75
boo0tf any __
: until 1831. when the Poles allee- France became a real republic.The nomination. New York World. : cents-Saturady

:;: . J,tefeft.Irom ulterior.motives lies .Th Troth gees further snd names theede5is.re ; ---- 36-INCH STRIPED. A H STTTTC.
and.were crushed utterly.by'ther played such an active part in the history
; .' :. )onable foi T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
.. Czar. Their' constitution taken '.of France has been
was called! the! : e.u
: tiegar hiag..in':ire thostwko'don't ... Conscientious work at fair prices. We I
have
fine
Fand <
C ,, : ;paper a assortment of
tlO=-> away,, their''parliament abolished, greatest national air. The German Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf bat desire
-, like"itwiU:, find, 'the latch' their :army added to 'that Russia national air, 'De Wacht am Rhein," the room more than the goods. These prices
'. \ ftefeg haogiag:outside.. should
move them.
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and the Russian sub- the Russian
national the
v, language was hymn, Belgian MMiMiiMMIimiMllliDepartment
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q\ : :
r '' stituted for Polish and, made cornetersburg "La Brabanconne," the Austrian Regular 59 cent value-

". . ll.Tke':.great-1 city ,of- St. ,P ; pulsory. :Alf principal :posts were "Gott erhalte Franz: den Kaiser," by Saturday --------: ____________ 39c
J|to: Bw.a is.no more. It is'as::comYpJetriy -
filled.by .Russians, v, Joseph Haydn, the inspiring "GodSave
: /wiped: ,oif.\.the"map .of ',the i M'S'e Regular 90 cent value-
In this sorry state the Poles:have the King" of the English, and
'wrW:M waa. Sodom :and Gomorrah, lived Saturday -------1-___-.________ 59CRegular
until have been other national and
., : .now. They. scattered songs, hymns havall
;
.Pewpeii,. but; in a:.differe&t ,,
jfic| way
to all ,parts of the 'world, to had an important part In leadingthe -
tTheasa-... s\tiring Vof. their capita $1.00 valueSaturday -
J' V Germany, France England and Amer- armies into battle and'often to 65c
bearu ; Fforelgn' =. .; : Store -----------_______- ___
a tlie
Ft' s:f' Z ;" 'I. name onlyV ica. victory.The .
capital .in the world have
:doing
; so- In the it is estimated Old World is
present war resounding with DRESDEN RIBBONS
] tkii
|eMffed aame to Pebograd.For
that 111,000 Poles .are fighting with these songs today. In,our own coun- ,
ft tine it iiffl be .
for news-
"' necessary. .German, 2OOO with Austria: and try we are preparing to fittingly cele-
kr,., n. \to explain origin of the.Petro- 400,000 with'.Russia.: Jelly Tumblers A Special Purchase by our New York office
it Pad 'bat the just to hand.
diBpaktm world will
; The Czar's then
proclamation
y: .f wen beeseie'fa Uli iair", with the new ilMIHMIIilllNllllilMT. New Colors; New Combinations, New Effects.A .
perhaps be taken-as: pledge to re
Fruit Jars
I .' _.wWeaUBuaskn. . for PeteriiGeeefeagded the. 8to8 :the: Constitution .of ,1815, not very low price-

| :"" the. city only_to/ the Grand Duchy of Warsaw, F. HOURffl AN Saturday, per yard________-__._. 15 e

l"o J'r fee, ,":aftwBOon: o";,papetsahe. :: Asso-' but to the:whole of old.Poland'as 'it i Licensed Plumber and i all kinds

was before the first partition in 1722.: "RED SEAL" AND
Sanitary Engineer f "EVERLASTING"GINGHAMS
r .It .t Press,Has been : : ,
'
: aenaational = Russia could not fulfill this pledge; Estimate Furnished Jobbing, .
therefore,;Sunless'the allies are victorious ,
Attended
r Promptly to.
t-i3etOi' given ;oat' by'the. Germany ,
in the great Parts the
of
J"""" ,:m Washington' 'as.',baiiseeie old kingdom'are held war.by Germany and PHONE 629 Preserving Kettles Nothing finer for Children's School Dresses.In .

from' BerHn by:wireless.to the Austria and'they would never,consent 106 Court Streetmm Plain Colors, Stripes and Checks- _
aMiipn at Now Regular value 121-2c-
SeyvfleL.I.; I Corn es
1.the. official*United ,States."censor to; restore their Polish lands unless % FLOWA Saturday, 10 yards for.__________ 85c

j f SayviDe' station in.hk. report dictate peace.. ] t' 4zllmiimimiHiiMi 20 S. Orange Aveaie.iimiMiimijMiiiiMii. ,

,the. navy depart and says that 'Germany would have to,yield up to : ,. .. FANCY KISIONA CREPES -
t,',w"'lu ch,:dispatches dare, been re. ..
0 eoived through tst' tion. ,.He.says : A Clearance of all we have in this character
' IHilllilliHIimilllliitltltMMMIimiMIIMIMIMMMMtMMMIIIIIIIimi. of Fabric-a fine assortment to choose from-
; that DO'meooages of more than twen3 .

ty wofc'in length'have been.received r; );pV s.yourKodak take good picture If-not we will exam- Worth Saturday 25 cents yard- \ A 1/
---------------------- /2C
'. if fi t sBerKn and that. it k:extremelydigit .
4 :V; ;' to get: into" ; communicationViV ,.,inelit'and tell .you why, All films developed by expert.

'wh, Berlin.it: k; evident tliat.thI'Gen CENTS LADIES' WHITE HOSE
10 ROLLlickfteMverytalrafs.
E / "'embassy;is faking the men-

0 sages: or: ,receiving, them through Wunderhose and Perfec

s t'_amt. other. ,source. .than that to which 'M ELROY'S 'PHARMACYflft.1I1 tion" makes Regular 25c value35c
'" j r Saturday 18c pair-2 ___
tfc crodk.them.II pairs
:" y irk HONE 2f. Iw Crew.MlllilliMlliMlilMltlMIHIIIMIMIMHtlMMIMIMMIMMMMMHMttMM
t ( J Try III .
> 4"T: 0'-:rrIn ; a LADIES' UNION SUITS
?** \ ,the 'ge ralsearchfor' senato- >HMlllllilllliltHIHIitilllllllllllllllMHiiltlHIIIMMtiiltiiil
: .
11 ',H.t timber to saccceed Senator Fine Kit-full fashioned-Regular
Bryant '
': 't I ttHMIIlH. $1.00 and $1.25 suit Saturday____ 89c
fe the event; he :ia. appointed to a -

M ;dgeehip ipfnearly'dozen; possibilities

j| ;have,,'. 'been. '.meetioned, ,'including. .'Govereor .' MEN'S DEPARTMENTSilk

_ %.' ;; Park,well,. :exGovernorGiktarist Half HoseIn

,' Coagresanen. Sparkman .
'
:..red:;Ckirkaa..:c.:A. Canon, and Black, White and Colors
-A -Regular
: : c.\B.,::.; Parklu l TOle the 1ELRY : ; 50c value-rSaturday, 35c pair
: y ;" :{ [ FOR TIlE WtDDING-- $1.00
;
.1', t"' t jeei?;e for suitable mate- : _ :.

'JW"k.wwU'iy!";aaies to mentionthttOrlai -- .. ,' -
' ; ,
,, .:,.#: 1 .:w::not without#;men, ofVeaatprialoHber. ':.' ,..-..wwt GROCERY DEPARTMENTAll
"'4- -, For the bride,countless things in Silver Gut -* _: :
'''';, .., .. I.' ad_ :]. 1' .-. BraxtonBeaAftm :, .. ; '
n. \ia:::i e'" :of .them. :Possibly .: ;: GiassandFine. China. Rare jewels of every*,de- "i ,' .. Day

y U7itr.; Beac W_--'ria1' as- ' :scription. : < / .
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; t:,' J pieations but he-is....in. .,every. way WeB. Y : For Bridesmaids.- Ladies of! Honor Flower? .:'3 'Pure Cane Syrup, per gallon-
;: ", tE qeaMed .fortlie;high liee.and.: has is -. r' Saturday ...._.._.___....___ SOC
; tate'wh5 ,Girls, etc., Bracelets,. Brooches Bar Pins, La V l."t' '? .
< friends all would
\ \ ; ,over jJif Pure
Cane.Syrup, 1-2
_,:' t' (4' raBy to,,his.,sepport sfeoold he ret into ? .. Hers, Wristlet Watches, Silver Vanity Cases, :i, \ Saturday -----per----__gallor---------- 30c

f the-:'race; 'wJ eh'jitI.J: ; .ied1ii: J . '.::t i., Purses, Card Cases, etc ,\?;. \; .' 10 lb
Pail"
Snowdrift" Lard-
r : -
: :
;' -p ; : ;::
-V ; clade:a large\n,Hr_of contesUnts., :; '." . \ '$." .:-. , \ % For the ushers-Cuff" Links,. Coat Chains, TWCK<< /'> 'd. Saturday ..................____ $1"e 00

w-#' ; \ : ;. ; fit : r' Pocket Chains, Full Dress Se s,, Gold 'and Silver, .;z. 10 Ib. Pail Cottoene

S: F Fafiam The Florida expoeitionyestmdayreeolved:, commiesofiers to the 4, 'r ::-:. ': .ien-Knives- Pencils, Wetc., V A cr::J ':: .' .;/' Saturday .....--.--.--......-___ $1.30

: r ;.to:" : : :;:j ; ':::: ::: ;: . ,: ': ' ", '. ;)*T ; ,-. 'ti( ,
Tepresentathis state at Sao Fraa- .
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'". I' ,,rice :with.moving.;pictures-.and :not ,: :.: ;,, ." %' -?, Let' us* help you with. youf" ,'wedding..?"., -' r present"* - '. _, .- .f'

',,with" actual' lod eU. This .problems., C-<> */ ;*t ,
.. was a v 7 -rf

_;,' .t,/,, t T 1; ...B wise'. ..'decision;: on'_:,one UWpart'of:that will: ,the',,we cornoner'and ,beBe :.--.. 1 ':"i1fi"JI V : : i 7p./I/ V\ '. # : ;


;.' l,' J.;;',> throagboat;re;' meet,the'with" ;,state..',. .e'a';.Any ra1.approval,'effort;:....to : ; : . : ; f

'l C.: 'totw egOrt.hl0iida': ,,pr'Odacts' to;: :Caliiforak -
\\ 'and make' creditable DUKSOlffS1}
; a: :showing O.
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J.,: stiiwe:Wit- Ht;an:immense,fund with "

..j1 ;.dWit. ., ....do-it-:was, ,from the, first. -foredaewed -: .' "
: ,to aflare., :Free)moving.pictowe : -- .
t ; .(3{ in'.acreditable Florida building. TTDiV. ; flSVtbO tjeWekVra : V DEPARTMENTAL

'fc 7('eatirely' a; tiffereat! : matter ,and : STORE

.tfteuaindu of viaHors will gain. much . ,". .'' . . . : :j> "." .
\ :bitarMee 'of"- ,.thereaourcee: ,. .,:; .,i. ..,: :
. of thisO .' ,
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:" : ; }. ".. .';)> ;" .. : RIO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING
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fc&d tfce e1si .1 Mell1; 1'have' ; jrJZ' .

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we : AaWrflfc, I .
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4 ''''':- ...dtkeaiittwoao. kt.,; :XT.Lac '- .This evening at the room,I,next"toBranch's .

...."ILLf.: ,-. fBys.-,it js"_a:great.rtMf.arei11 -.and, i: 0e2p.m.a-46:3epBU: ; book and music: store, 'on Y

:,,,, ': ", ,,. ,, :! 'i : iaapreviag;",iaiflg .v. ., tA....iesiea.. 5 ce ata Pine',street, there will ,be given, a .. .. '-'
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Ifty :.......: ,'. : .'":' .J .. .0 i. ;; 1" wfll. include':the .following' numbers, { , ::: ;
% " "i ; .:.....,_ ..eSaa, ,,.';.,: 'iiJL i t''''''dfleave'today for MIMimiMIIMimitiMTODAFS. , ,.,' and will be rendered' free"of chargeon '.

t'......... >.. fc ....(a'Bidmiond, Ji.. whoa hew81 : << PROGRAM 'a large, concert'Victoria under thepersonal

1g&y; -ft: 'jH 'vpad'a'f w,,we ks)Jtf e eater- for.' J. Warren-Kerrigan. in "A supervision of W. S. Branch "

:!: : ..,:. ;ite':!KiBtaeky State .College" at Woman's''Honor" A drama', of the Jr.: The national airs of the
; ,'.;from Lexfeftea.. ,JleJrM:been in:,the em-. flOBti<<. noW at'war are of special interest
Joker. "AQuiet at Murphy's.
.. Day
: 'ef:the:fecal; just at this time.L .
lhmtiaad Fsa- ; ploy, ,. '-c. ,..telephone-company A comedy.masterpiece. .
LJl : : '. ; for. ;.'some' .''tiM, -- : '.N... "The Man Within," by "Columbia, the Gem .of the
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Ocean. VocaL
: Wallace Reid and Dorothy Davenport.
lids ,Bfcafetk BmMI came :up '
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from- <; .... OB" a' tit .to :Mr.. A. ,Starbird and, wife of I IA l A:Western drama. 2. "La Marseillaise national song ,

JMT."t.'J Mrf ifcirf Mrs.:A. JfcaJ*."' 5PWnda poplaviaceflH-pamed, :.by .their sons, r of France. Sousa's Band.
: chance show
._ .-t : Mr.; L. Starbird,:were,m.0rlandoy es,- ':BOARD.OF HEALTH ORDINANCE 3. "De Wacht am Rhein," national ,: us a to
:.. '. '. "' ; Starbird left m BY COUNCIL of Germany. Vocal with you the"newest styles in
M& C,,: .it_ 'j,.oJ"..... '' utli terdftTouag Mr.' S i FAVORED song or
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Pooadry,'k apeafeg- ;today A.'rleeig fee:aftwaeofl.for, College Park' ,Ga, I .. chestra. watches

Tara'?::., :'afterbaemeee"mat- to resume'his:studies in. .the- Georgia. I The city council in session yesterday 4. Russian National Anthem. 'Pry- We will trade in your pres

. 1 ': Military: ;'academy. | afternoon, minus Mayor Sperry, er's Band. ent watch or movement allowing -:r
a' \FDir '*' ---- -' :who was out of the city,favored,the 5. Italian. Patriotic Airs; (a) Gar- a liberal amount.
,. Mr. Herbert 'Fr n1din'. ,-artistic : of ordinance ibaldi's Hymn ,(b) Neapolitan Patri- you
(:E.,,C.: Bafkin, maBager of:.,the ; : passage an creating a ; If have idea of
!> : '; sign is'.Pin the show city board of health consisting of five otic Song. VocaL you any
:Leon E lei,-. Talkfeassee; k 'speediaglqfejk t seen.in ]
_Orl&ado{ a.gueIt"ol.thes: ,1 windows: of.KcCu1loch'i'departmmt f members. The membership of the 6. "Tuga Me Mori." Servian song. getting a watch we would appreciate -
: ., I '
,Jian.i store, 'he having given up his 'position -II:body Will consist of the city commissioner Vocal, with orchestra H the opportunity of

' ''''.,, ,s .-_. ,. with; the YoweU-Duckworth company i of sanitation,'the,city physician 7..'Wearing of the Green." Typ- showing you.

'JIf..aidJlrs c (' :- >J. ,W..,-Simmons' motored i and accepted ,his_former place two other resident practicing ical Irish song. Vocal, W. F. Hooley. Our prices will surpriseyou.

i over:to;Daytefia:Beach,.yeater, with"Mr..McCulloch, physicians, and one- member who is 8. "A Wee Deoch a"n' Doris." .

;'4y*" ;morning t 'A where';they'Will. -spendwWal ,- not_ a :physician.The Scotch song. Harry Lauder., i .
six workmen and o for the 9. Italian Royal March. Pryor's I
; dailf. It, took or .eight provides appointment
W f '.. sixty, or,'eighty observers ,to put the of the board by the city Band. I 11 Allen& CoJewelers

!The, ';new:frost,-_m MdEroy's ,pfear- big,new,:sheets _plate 'glass'in.Me-' council, as soon as practicable, and 10. "Rodetzky March. Russian. I

: ;' y$C is,neariaf', ,completion,. = -4 and adds. Elroy's new store front yesterday afternoon that hereafter the members shall be Strauss. Fryer's Band. I

.;"deI t1"< .--to.. .the"appesramaof. ,,this. :up ''But.they were safely landed appointed for terms' of varyinglengths 1L "Rule Brittania." English na- i LI '
to,date';drug., ahere.rw . and Dr.:' Campbell drew a longsigh at the first regular meeting tional song. Vocal,-with orchestra. :

- 't' '" '_, ,off after the job was, fiijiihed. .- in each year., 12. "Star Span led'Banner.." Vocal Reliable
n RepairingMllliliilinillttillltliltlilMlMlliiiMli fi
Frank C.
; ift F A. LiWtei nail C1Hghter ro Stanley.
,'twne
;-wreral weeks: pleaaaatly. :spent' in'Neitb ."W Pe ring Bill_ Spear, the ever YESTERDAY FROM' FRANCE will be on display 'during the .1.
Carolina..: popular:'nursery agent was here the concert Program will begin at eight ,
.. '< ..
it _r _ firm' of the':week. He can't under The happiest man .in town last o'clock, after the first show at the '.-,- .. _

;h'.m :Mrs." W. E. Stevens returned stand.why. :the people of Florida night was Mr. Leon Bas. For sometime movies is finished.

leaf evening fom delightful should pay more for,eggs. on account he. ,has been uneasy about his u' ;

,visit with, rektivea '-and .friends'in of the war,in Europe}) There are not' son, 'Mr. Louis Bas, who has been "OUR MUTUAL GIRL" MAKES 0

,Ntw'Hampefeire..Mr ,, many: things, however. that seemto in ,France for the past two months HER WEEKLY VISIT

,'. \., '- trouble: BilLr-Bartow Record. and from whom little has been heardas Margaret has found the Woman _
I. n with the Red Rose bidden to ,do Ib OIIQuHot !]
:. !:and Mrs.,:LeSoy.B. :,Giles,will .to his safety. Last night a cablegram by Madame Dolores., as She has learned =
.-m'heme'. orrow.from:Weaver- Rev. and Mrs. 'Campbell Gray annOUnCe announced that Mr. Louis Bas the secret that the Woman holds for .- .- -'
, rate; 'ii.: :C- where''they;,have been !the arrival of a dainty little I sailed. yesterday from Havre, France, her. It is fraught with either menace ;- , .*t

':,enjoying. .! Wean' ':the.moontaks.Mr . daughter, ,Sunday September 30., ,attheir 1 on'the liner Touraine, and will arrive or joy-but which? Only distance I

.. 4.._0- -0' ,', ..home'in Rheolander, Wis. The i home in a few days. Mr. Bas is a and proper the perspective flight, of time to that.can give the I: & irm94wj tt

/J.,E;McDonald'will."be'absent little':lady has been" given the name popular druggist at the McElroypharmacy And then, while Our Mutual Girl, I
'
",'.nnr": the";'ree9lk1Sde1'-Of: September< of, Mary; and will receive the bestwishes and his many Orlando'riends Mrs. Knickerbocker, Madge Travis, : -

'leaving tcHI&1.t r Georgia, where i he of,a-{ajge number of her parents' will be delighted to know that Margaret's friend, and Howard" Dun-i Weather Drinks
w > barthe'"man of mystery, are dis-
"trayvisit.iaAtleata'and-at.Tifton.:::., :- _. -- .' friends, this city.-Ocala Star. he is safely out of the war zone and cussing the excitement of the preced
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''J''' I homeward bound. ing days while Margaret's quest was

.'.::,Mr/Mn-T.. ". .' ,, ,:. Horeer- ,.:of'the" Tines',. *' Guavas make,the very,best of sweet on, Our' Mutual Girl, with characteristic LIMEADAE-We have large Limes
. Wt, yeatttday' :.afternoon,;'for :.Balti5 Pickles, : Peel them and leave the GRAPEFRUIT READY TO MOVE, impulsiveness of conversation., abruptly changesthe Water
topic
. .Ttfa ,.m.'.boabeas:and.pleasure' He seed in ;them if the fruit is smaH; -IN THE REDLANDS. that has gone over the dam has beenejer LEMONADE-Wc carry the best im-
wfll beat:'.for '.the ,next''three then season. them'and proceed as inmaking ; uninteresting to Margaret.

'-...-.2.'C.. ; 1 ,. :sweet. pickles of any other; Six car loads .o(grap!! fruit are B wing her artistic action.standards, she is ported stock
!kind of fruit Try them and be convinced now ready for shipment from the a post-futurist in
; ,::7 ; Having met Lieut. John C. Porte,
'e Mr..;'0.: ;T.:::Swteer: left'.yeeterdayitanibon that they. excel all other kinds Redlands section, the earliest of any who will try to fly across the Atlan- GRAPE JUICERedVioO Brand

: !_oa'tie 8:13: Afep&c CoastLfae' of sweet, '., pickles.-Lake1and. Tel. i in the state "W. A. Goodburn ,one tic in,his huge air boat, in the.early

: for:Ffe&Mkii&,'Ja.;.;,where he gram.Mr..: of, the Redlands growers, stated this with winter him., she- Diinbar decides to wagers make her a flight that GINGER ALE-Order a dozen bottles

*tt spiad the.next three weeks,lookmatters. - morning that he has two car loads of she will not, but he is a good loser, as
;iac afterbu:; ae (., .' fit .:and Mrs.: :Lee 'Miller, of .Orlando fruit on his.trees that could be moved is shown at the Lucerne today.
r ..'_'tit. ;. 1 (" arrived yesterday and''are right away and still pass the state's
.' guests of 'Mrs. .Miller's mother, Mrs.S. test. Prices are ,not good as yet hesaid WANTED-Two miles of second hand Potted Plants Cut Flowers Funeral
;X r, Cha*. E. RinaWi,:who has been rails for tram road. Address Dr. ,
.' :A. Standley, for' the week end. and for this reason he will notegin
'*p, ft ng.,a' few;o tys at. 'home, .'taking. W. S. Burkhart, Lockland, 0. 953tEat Designs Wedding
> t 'p They .were :gcompanied by Mr. and picking for several days. Decorations.
a fcoch :seeded: took the road7MUidty
: : Mrs.,,A.. R. ,Sandlin, who'wilt make Dan, Roberts and W. H. Cast, according what want. .
; : you
> tfc*, interest, of. the cekInted'JaeksoB -
Ocala their home. Mr. Sandlin is the to Mr. Goodburn, also have Eat all you want. '
: *..,*- *" .. ';*sqwe"'ee, < """ For sale all
by druggists.
,,-' '-, ,
: :i '" : : citrus exchange. ,.Ocala welcomes this Miami Metropolis.
The Fuller_.f..u.of;: Orlando' ;who splendid.couple and wishes'them: unbounded l-7-d&w-lyjr CARUTHERS &GORE

- ,.Wfe bm loeatod- for-:the last'monthit I success. ,in'their.new home.- FRUIT IS:NOT READY TO SHIPN. OPEN ALL,NIGHT
reteroed }h home Phone 200
tbe jfefter:eetiage,
Star.Mr.
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Ocala The City Drug Store is at your service -
0. Penny, citrus fruit inspectorfor
.this,.week, ,Tb y .ate:lead i (their '- ;both day and night Prompt, 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
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1 the east' coast of the state, ,has
prtise' 'of Corosado as pleasant dependable, courteous. tf
>' ;'H. L Beeman! is too highly val-, just' completed a round of the south till 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 I...
pbce. for aa : $Ii-Ne : Smyrna
: ued :as a citizen of Orlando for: the
end of the
county and a part of the

': "_. __ "r1 from Sentinel'the to',best intentionaly'in the'banish him but section. inimediately adjoining MiamiAccording 1:11:1:1:1:1:::::: :: : : ::::::::::::: === IMIIMMIIIMIHMMMtAlways'iMIillMIMMIMMMII ::::" = tJ
city state ,
to his view of the situation
Mr.. E. W.:Davis_ rimed yesterdayaeatain have "'
unintentionally we sent'him on
there is, practically. no fruit thathe
jrm-:Gainesville:where he an auto':tour to New York and other ,
has seen that is ready for shipment
:;Jail been'on, proe* k>fial business,butWi points, notwithstanding he is too busy .' ,
or that will be in a conditionfor
; to afUraeoB ,fOr,TrDiy: to leek with the, big improvements he is_making .
within threeweeks.
two
shipment or ,
.after. )legal matters for, seat' (hsHe .
o in. the San Juan hotel to:get away .
.
:.eheetsa; = wet:.return. this 'after- for, even a. short mIr.\Mrs. H.;, L (None of the ,fruit examined, cam Ai.f
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.. .. B eman. 'and:Mr.,,:Lester, Beeman. are
', :d! it k up to,the standard of 1.30 for orange;s
--:- touring northwardtoward, New :York: '
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and 1.75 for grapefruit," sugar to ack ,
'Labor: Day:"excursion :to Daytona which pacethe..) expect:to reach today content The crop as a whole is tw
:Beacb.:- ,Auto', 'bus leaves'Dann's ,:and the, type: has .made us say weeks later than last year, said Mr

'tnm&fer office_ :at.6:30: Sunday morning that) r. H.'L":Beeman was with:the PennyMiami Herald.T. ,. '. ..

,. September_:6,'.raternin. .. .r;Monday PAY. We cheerfully ,and. gladly i
Nni&g.; Pa4l, |8 for,the round'trip. bring, _him;back. I- .'-' .. >. _'
sere year:tiefett at Daan's. transfer., F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber . .- ..../!". "t :$!." ', _
: Conscientious work at fair prices -.
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;,_ r.'t' ,. : First FlNf;:10 :C al(, Bakoiy, Ceils. CkiUrei,, 5 Cells I j jEvery '; RESOURCES.


: :, Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $379,514 36

k ; Monday.u."The. Million Dollar.. Mystery. \ \ \ Over-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 622 34
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: 3 w .. I Stocks and Bonds . . .,. . . . . . . . . . 26,018 33
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; : WflAiLAuiiu it.O1s.sUrsO..Os.'susO..su. > < ; Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37

: 1rN : .. -- t .SRmiiiiliilitiilililiiiiiilfiTiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiCONWAY .. .. j Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . 291,39348

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1, : .-!; : ITEMS BILL TO REMOVE CLOUD.In i $724,185 88
I PEOPLE'S
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H -- WANTS ; I LIABILITIES.

X71C@a: : lye; Fla.;,..St.:3.Mrs.' :Cary I,f Orange Circuit County.Court, Serenth In Chancery.Judicial Circuit I Capital -Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000

i'I :FIree.':Wsa: laid: to _rest .in Conway'4x1 I "J. H. .Quealn. Bill .to Remove Cloud MUNNIMAK1KS Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . :., . 39,961 35

..0 .l cemetery' attended by her AO unknown parties Notices .., Lost. Wanted For Sale. p.,. Re-Discounts . . . . . . . .-. . . . . . .. None

", 'famfly.and. friends, She. was'a noble under claiming"sritton.Dixon.interests Ma feat fair etc thin. for daWv this column n.OO'for He MM for watt ODe,dry for 1 Bills Payable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NoneDeposits

..f" 'Wi, gsfet .DeL'unassuming.. ,--'but To deceased.all parties claiming interests under Brit-. 86 word* or.... Money must accompany' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582,669 47

t' 1ritJ pMU nt,;;gracious... .manners 'that ton Dixon deceased in the Southeast tin advertkesnenta. grill lie made far on tUaJcohona credit. as BOfosertfesi Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,55506
: wkared-:her to all 'who knew her au.rter'of Section 82, in Township 22, .
South Range 82 East in Orange County,
1 U [Ile eked:to'h r:family, her. home'and :Florida.( WANTED good second hand automobile -

H 'l NKgiotts fife, 'she i:took,great interest You are hereby ordered to 'appear to the no "junkheap." Apply $724,185 88
bill filed in this cause on' December ?. 1914. '
1'1' 'ifi' cJwrch,,work: and. the welfare of at the Court House.. In Orlando Florida. Magnolia House, corner South'and Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . $291,39348

I ri '.. fittk chi en. :The church and cemetary published-It ...i further.once .a ordered week for'that twelve this successive order be Boone. .m. streets, between 5 and 6 o'clockp. 9-4-4t .\,. Reserve required by Law . . . . . . . 116,533 89

I "iwry y%always her',"especial care weeks prior to said December 1, 19114. in the I '(, M S1 BMS>
; South Florida Sentinel, a newspaper published FOR SALE-Second hand | .".
t1 .and'she:was thoughtful.to have them in Orange County aforesaid. machines drop head Singers sewing rota. ; Reserve in Excess; of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59
: ', 1 Witness my hand and the seal,of the said ; *
k ft. in exile ._ They wi1flonr serve Circuit Court, this 4th day .of September ry White, rotary Standard, New I Deposits on June 3Q 1913 . . . . .-. . $527,758 01
.I i' aaemoriftl'to her husband's and 1914. Home, and other makes. Will be .
;iw.;a : I A. D.," B. ]I. ROBINSON sold cheap for cash this month. Call ., Deposits on June 3D, 1914 . . . . . .. . 582,66949
zeal The
h r:own'ferrvatpietp kand. ,
1 k Clerk Circuit Court, Orange County Florida. Office
at Singer or phone 321 C. B.

ti :sympathy" of this:commnnity'1s exWded Lindsay, manager .. 8-11-tf INCREASED . . . . . . . . . $54,91148
it- to her:chBdren in their double NOTICE,
FOR SALE-Dwelling and storeroom
: i : for sale at a bargain if taken now. ; The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors
: Mr. ud .. Lewis have sold their IB Circuit Court, 7th Judicial. Circuit Orange
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/ County,. Florida. The stock in the store will invoice te persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its "

i':ICenwty 'hofl r6. asd. .. are ..now located Odessa Carland. about $1,500. The house contains 5 treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
.
..a."G. Divorce. I rooms, size of lot 80x150 all set in
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1,-in Orkado wbere they have charge
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.. '.. Paul CarUnd good fruit trees. Storage house and I i Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
B ofthe: Ma; aolk.house... .. ., To Paul Carland: .
bank invited.
conducted cordially
; It appears from the affidavit of the complainant poultry. Conrad Ackre, Concord ; safely are
'r..; and Mrs.i Meadows, who own Park 8.26gt'FOR
.. herein duly filed thai the defendant Grocery. ;
'.tfce,: Perry' place,:have .fenced. their that Is a.he.non-resident is over the,of age the of State twenty-one of Florida years : 111" "" nut s it s s s mfflnusnnnnznnnnunnnznnnt1t

U ,tract f1 and>;Bind' have...made ,otherimprovements. and that'he resides at Nenorri. North Carolina RENT _
'
He ia the"son of Mr. .* ..
: .
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n : : 'tl You'are therefore ordered to appear to this FOR RENT Beautiful with
dwelling
< :Meadows,:.senior,"who} purchased. the Bill on Monday the 5th day of October. 1914. ; I WANTED-To exchange Vose piano, .
elegantly furnished WHERE SHALL I GO TO
garage; ; on SCHOOL
the same being a Rule day of this CourtIt ?
j II it ,Sonny 4e"JOv'at>Winter:.Park.. I.' further ordered that this notice be Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. in good condition, for Victrola and

[ ).e!< ;1Ir ,',Cuaworth :has: 'bought theallei' published for four'consecuti..e weeks in the 8-27-tf records. Piano, may be seen at For: FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE
UNIVERSITY
South Florida'Sentinel. a newspaper published OF FLORIDA M
tt t t. pkoe:joining._the, county_ home in Orange County Florida. FOR RENT mosa.' Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland, FOR WOMEN I

.. Ii; .J.en 'tlw;seeth,;and ,attract"of timber Witness 2 my 1914.hand and official- "seal this September Fourteen room house; modern, up- Fla. GAINESVILLE

.. r1 'land t additiofl.; ,She has:great faith . B. )I..ROBINSON. to-date; partly furnished; on Lucerne TALLAHASSEE.
its future "growth. Clerk Circuit Court, Orange County Florida.By Circle; with garden, fruit and flow- College of Arts and Sciences;Normal School: -
in :and
; ri Conway ; M. A. HOWARD D. C.
ers. J. F. Watkins. 780dwtf. School of Music; School of Expression;
Y1 :Mr.. R.,.T/Puljoying op all the J. A. ROWE School of Art; Extension DiY sion; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts
, !j : He has owl i SoL for Complt FOR RENT-Two office School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming Law; Engineering: Agriculture; Teachers:
stock aval mbje spaces in J
atiraet"y:
pool; basket ban and tennis courts new and 'College' Experiment Station Extension
; Di.
\\ tfty;.thousand:: trees'.'inhis..,nurseries NOTICE our.store at No. 9 W. Church street ne Cathedral coo modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormitories ( vision; Graduate School Ten new brick buildIngs -
have all modern conveniences
si Come in and we will show you. Pierce ; new besides gymnasium swimming pool and
\\.1 aid{predicts> a. great opening in the Electric Co. 3-29-tf dininz room and kitchen most hygienic in :many subsidiary buildings 61 officers fa.strnctors .
!; citres baain : -The the ORLANDO, FLORIDA Florida: 418 young ladies from 49 counties I and assistants 864 young men
68.; anothI' .following named persons being reputed and 12 states last session. U Florida counties and 24 States
f and
: Arnold of owners of the property set opposite known PelLdark School) TUITION FREE in Colleee and Normal
\. Mr. Fhed,q- our, names are hereby notified that .It is proposed MISCELLANEOUSBOARD (Formerly as foreign countries last session
School and foes
Bord entrance for the
:\ dtizeBS, ;has"""gone:to ,Orlando to,:engage to increase the assessment on their REOPENS OCTOBER 7 year 1124.00. For catalogue write $18150 TUITION per year.FREE,Write Board today and Entrance for catalogue Fees.
i l estate' respective.. properties for 1914 as follows: AND ROOMS-House newly EDWARD CONRADI. President. '
He A.
business. A.
y in the:real; .. D. A. Cheney lot 1. Blk. N, Concord. Park MUEPHRUE President.
i furnished and
remodeled. Northern A Boarding and Day School for Girls-
and wish him add. from $200 to 250.
'M$6@deolid, . n man' we. Jno. If. Cheney lots 2 to 13 Block N. Con- cooking. $5 and $6 per week. Renlar and Special Courses-Primary.
Ii.. cord Park from $%.000 to $%.500. :Excellent location. Magnolia House, Intermediate and Academic Grades- I
tit Concord Park, Musk-Art-. Elocution-Physical Culture FOR RENT-Five room house with
to the Joe Cheney lot 14, Block N corner South and Boone streets. Mrs. FOR SALE
A8wprifleparty .was given
iiJ ...c' ; : $200 to $250. I Domestic Science-Admirable Situation
Mteees Crawford' on Friday,evening Enla M. Overstreet Iota 1. to 6, Block A. I Marie Lewis, manager. 9.4.1m and. Sumradbgs-CHmate Healthful five acres of good truck and; fifteen Narsery stock, one, two, three and

K 1gin: ) It was made cap'bjJ the young people Chamberlain Eula M. Overstreet Sub. from, Iota$1,200 1; 2.to S,$1.500.8, 9 and EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER Carefal Low Rates.Rev. Home. Life-Capable 'Teachers minutes walk from postoffice. four year old buds; poster Early

m! in'honorofMissBelle'Wh&hadJndrtalaedholae: :: 10 Block B, C. C. Park from $1.200 to 1500. desires'position. References. Miss Pineapple, Java. Homosassa, Washington .
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Y Clara S. Hamblin. lot 14. Blk. B, Edge- Roderick P. Cobb Bishop Mann Address Sumpter F. Davis 209 Irvine
/; ; .. ,These young ladies water Terrace from (600 to $800.' King, phone 412. ..9.1.3t Rector. President. I Navel: Address Mrs. M.Kahl
and"deservedIY' J. D. Wamsley. tots U 2, 19 and'ZO. Blk.C. street. 8-25-6t Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-18-tf
\t' area very!;P opnar ; so Edgewater Terrace,from $1.800 to $2,400. FOR SALE-A No. 1 saddle mare, ,
it <:Miss Ethel ,has secured a fine position Annie L. Kimball. Iota'' 21 to 27 be. in or 'buggy horse. Address, care

fl.: 'iD the high school,in the Springfield Fair Orlando Oaks and Water Ivanhoe and Light from Co.$2,400 lots to 1$2,800.to 4 Wright's, Box 567. 9-2-tf 11'1' :lllllltt'III'"ttt1t"'t&I' \ \ \ \" " "
be. in Fair Oaks and Ivanhoe from $12,000
; .addition' .to :.Ta kstinvill Miss! Belle to 18000. . NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet i

,Will be principal in Jhe pakland-Wm Elizabeth and Jesse. Welch lots 1. '7 and potato slips at;*.$1.75 per 1,000. !

'ter' Garden school, She is a fine Latin 8$,T50to Blk., $2,000.C.' Granniss and. Sperry. 'add... from I Quick delivery. Cash. Apppka Plant "' .J1IneJifrJ 4
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ii- scholar and graduated'with honor this Granniss ft Sperry Iota 2. '3, 4. and 6, ; 5-24-tf ?
Blk. C, Granniss ft Sperry add. from $1,500to '
v E 's...m.i.- Miss, 1i.will. return to 3000. Who is your painter and decorator? I .
] :Longwood :where-.she is.much liked Wnv" Dean,'S% of W 106 ft. lot;9 Gould's If you are satisfied keep the one you
i add.' from $600 to $900.
tad :admired.' :She..'will ,have charge Gid. Dean N% of W:106.. ft., lot 9. Gould's have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican.. .
add. from-$600 to $900. No. 686. 1.20-U Were 'to _
.. r ; t the: Longwood and ..AUamonte Annie' S. Rowland lot -1 Harrison's add. They -
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w schools' :which. .. .have.'.been united. "Lucerne" from $16,000 to 20000. PRIVATE BOARD-The Longmere,
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( Linnie W. Lewter. Iota 6. 7, 8, 9 and 10, at Daytona Beach
Ml -1 I Ketehum &: Needham's add from $2. 00 to can accommo-
date six
or
people at
2400. seven $6 per
t1\\i Check:yoar. faIl cough or cold at S. J. Walling W lot 1... Gould's add.. week. Two people $10 per, week. .
ioac -don't wait--it. to serious from $800 to$900. House f" :
Hf Weaken- new and recently refurnished. ;
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: .,.Intro "''', your vitality G. J..Jen\Ins..N. 90 ft of W-90 ft. of lot Address C. M. Longe : be Married Soon
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.' :. and develop"1UVmc' lung t Blk.5., Poynter's add from $1,400 to 11.550.Wm. :1
Fla. :
\ Smith W% lot 6 all lot 7 and E of 9-3-3t .- ,
Bell's
#3 'a&Beat.' _Get: a.'bottle"of, Dr. Not tot 8. Blk. 22,. Reid's add. from $7.500 '- .
;rpine-Tar-Hoaey.tto-day; .it is :pure to $10,000.
H and harmkQse it freely for that Blanch W. allett W% of N# lot 8,,Bit 22,

," BM ,faU'eouglr oroold."If:baby 'or'chil- Reid's Mrs.add S. E.from'Wllmott$5.600 Tremont to $6.000.Hotel property Came to us.to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of
:dre& iek'give it to them it will '
are $2.00STo
Reid's
add.'from $18,000 to $20,000.
:.- -s ? relieve
": ;:Beotbw Ue irritated.throat, longs.and I 25 Reid's add." from $5,600 to $4,000. which had available for the
,1 ; .Lose&s: is an; Wm.. Smith, lot 1. (less E.: 49 ft) Blk. 25, yet 'the amount oi money they furnishing of,their
air passages.. ;; phlegm,' Reid's add. from $4400 to.$<<.800-
: tiseptk .and fortifies the: .system I Chas. Rock Iota. (less S.' 60 ft.) I1 and 2. home made expensive peices prohibitive.

:against colds. ,It sorely.prevents cold i Blk. 28 Reid's. add from $12.500 to $14,000. AUGUSTINEand They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.
5 fmm'getting.a hold. Guarants Annie M. Flannigan lot S and part ot lot .
germs 4; Blk.'35 Reid's add. from $<<.000 to $4,200 We offered a few suggestions and'gave.them some new ideas. They were
... Oflly.26c. at 'OUr.drUggist I
< ) x Harry E. Hand' N 150 ft. loll, Blk 35,
1 : R i wit. -.NTilClei1' .. tl'tilwl8a ., Mary L. Rekhard, lot <*Q" Starkey's 2d return
-' add... from $$,800 to $&404. thought they should want.
jIa"Court of tilt Cwaty laIR\0rust Cwatj, Mary Raleigh lot "R" Starkey's 2d add.
D \,_'.8t&te of north. . from $1500'to $3,800. .. After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doing

.:: s h ,la ..n aC hll Cn ate.tea.of-'Wm., Lefktett.SmHKTo DktrBmtaei.. and. from Dr.$2,800 E. F. Akens.to $3,000.lot 7 R.' _F. Starkey's. add. loOOa Sept.L 7thAII1ic the best possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their or-

f Mrs G. R. Newell lot 8B. F. Starkey's Zdadd. .
1 .app Penoat :UTte. CUftm.. or Deswis t der with, us.This.
{ ....i. add Brtato: .. from $2,800 to $3,200. 1
,You.and eaehtadyou-are.hereby" uotltied- Mrs.'F.'Beardall. lot 9 R F. Starkey's add. is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are
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from $$,000 to $3.240.
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dafaM nd doMaada
aadteq.tnd to -
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1" : any Neva B. Hoskbs. lot 14, etc, add.
Starkey's
: wkich either of .hart
( jot or you Buy VIA
from pleasing.We
i" $2.400 to$2,600.
ssm'MLtheestate.of. Wm.: So li. dotctaed
7t kto of Oraact ..". FJorida, toidHhihtratefc .. aada+ Wm. Brittab. lot 24. "Starkey's add from carry an extensive stock of serviceable, attractivehomefurnishings
h sped : of, said.erta..e;. wIiI&ID $ 'HO to .$4,000.<< from the lo.west.prlced which are good, to the best. Your
Jno. T.'Fuller estate lots 4 to 11. Story ft grading very appropriation -
aro-yeses. from tfaa dala thereof
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.c t 1!i ....:Mawh.. . I,BLBAWIHNOTKE A.U1U4.J'.. Williams, Richard add.DeMntell.from $10,000 lot 16 to Bened$11.000.ct'a. sub. Coast line f >furnishing your home may be anything from $175 toioooor more
', 8II1'ftt '
div. add.'from ,
$1,400 to $1.500. :
I oiit
; ,, make the most with us.
: : Hone Self EH lot 3 all lot 4. Smith's youu.can
-, sub .add.'from $1,600 to 2000. _
tX : .TO CfflSDrrOBSOcwi : T. P. Warkw vacant lot just E of his Special train will leave Orlando -
residence add.' $600 to $ $0.Fredk. ." : =
of tae\Ceuaty Judge,, 'state of ..Walker residene property .sear. Judge 'at 1:21 p. m.
; y FkeE&ttt"t/., .,, Wartow's from $2.800 to 3200.. .... .
.te o1-l ,' J..htrleL' C. IL Graham the White lot.b Lake Lucerne -
,'7b"afl leiliesu."Lem.,:DistribuW"_, from $%.500 to $2.800. Tickets' good on special Kidcaid & Snowd'enF..e I
'all .:Peneaa havbg .Claims. 'or-Demands a P. Conroy cm,SE& SEt| SW% sec. 35
..... ..'d .Bae4e:. ' .. Home. place raised from $5400.to 1600. train' only., Limited to September : _
Miss Nannie Sias on lot 2. Cooper ft,Martb's .
i 2 :Yon ... ....;.of"yoq;, irk"heresy, notified '
tiM ......;to. greseat,UJ'eJ u and derI The sub., Sty div.Council from $750 will to convene'in$900. Special .gth.
> } Wefc:yea,.;or.J.lthet;.of jW. m.,
Season on the 11th day of
.lurk ....iwl tile,'e ta4.' of.N.'"J.. Patrick; till Csoea: Ghaatr.at;o'clock September..a,''1914 m.'. for at ;For information; .call' on ; tl:t Ckirackr at, Popular Prices
j ...4 hi. tl Scare:Coaitr.;Florida. ,' to tVpupoee of 'hearing,:any, et'who-"ma)' .. fyk "
9M @I5a.uI.i 'A" 'l"tra&r of said appear and object to the proposed increase of Ticket Agent __ ;'- .. H 1"
I'... wK ..-Mt,..,. be the date knot. 1aiI;.her or,their assessment.By .: ,.. or' 'Main and;;Pine Sts., Orlando
,., all. Aupt t &. R 114.'.. t-- ., "orderof the City.. 'Council. Cor. Florida
'-.,.. .:-.,. MOT K. PATwcac ....., SepteabCT.. ,,V.. :1914.<< CAlLUNSBN.: ____ ,- "J.,.G. %HKKLAND,.'D. ;?r:A,. ; '
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t" :>o; '. ,,,, : :* .ci STURDYTAS' THEiQ"AKtf- t - with room to spare. The graceful, low "NEW OAKLAND"stream ,
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.' Tbh 11'i. .'"' cif::..Jk-.TI. GS fOr':the.Qaklaidiithe. "NEW. OAKLAND. ft radiator, the heavy crown fenders and the broad Jimning !
- boards give it beauty and style in
it" o o 'c! unsurpased even
? :c .a::yea*'ii"T: of allothers the highest priced cars. The "NEW OAKLAND," Model 1

1 .J ,'-' ;, _,_' ._' ., 37, is a unity of beauty, power, economy and serviceBar ]
: w. : X: :More Power' X :,Greater .Economy X Utmost Comfort 2 ,a car you will be proud to drive alongside of the best of

.8'-K e ,. ? ", them and enjoy the comparison. J'
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Ii M .- ';:,, ' "c.., O O The four cylinder, silent Oakland-Northway motor
Jt o ->: .- ,, _- provides more power than you will ever need; marked 't
H :.*-+J::'; *' economy in fuel consumption has been accomplished byreducing 1

k "' : ; the weight of the car and equipping it with the Oakland-Stewart vacuum gaso ,';

; ,. 0 If -."_ .-.< .*, .'.i lene feed, doing away'with the pressure system.: 'i

t 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, Delep Starting f
Lighting, and Ignition system, with automatic spark advance, Non-skid tires in rear, 1

1 Oakland -One-man top, absolutely true to name, Heavy Crown Fenders, extra large

valves, Tungsten 'steel, divided Windshield Speedometer, Electric Horn, operated from i iI

center of steering wheel, Headlights with dimmer, Shroud light, Tail light, Tools, 'j

License Tag Brackets, in fact, every modern improvement and convenience... for the com- J
fort and safety of,the driver and passengers. J

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: wall and making a circuit of the city the suburbs, extending for many iMllllllHHMiliMMIIiiilli. >llliMiti>MlimilMMUMMItlMMIMMI

thirty-four,miles.long; and third, an miles. The outer forts are dotted
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outer girdle of forts, seventyfivemiles among the suburbs, and it is this
i"" 8eadent of'the J tEMtaoM1 News
,- long on the heights commanding section of outer Paris that has been TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD i
,Service., : )" -.. the valley of the Seine. cleared_of all buildings.
Paris, September:3,"":L&e a lovelyTroman ,
Each.of these circles of masonry }
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shorn.of tor treasures, Paris
? :: and steel is a complete defense in itself First class Brazing specialty atWarman's !
:today steads alone, a city without COOK WITH GAS :1
the forts being linked together Repair Shop o! 'Court Si
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tbe,1itI .villages
:*nburb&" Goae are 12+tf. ,
> with ,redoubts, bastion and glacis, '
W :Uv d:se.e of.,tke 'cityY laboring
: the bosses and., which permit_cross-fire against approach !
'. people Gone are ; Try Sentinel classified advertise-
from direction. The
terns of.the market garden Gone, any magnitude ments if wanting to buy, sell,or renti'mSale j i
is shown
of the system by its
'-too the;!'are gentry'sOreofthe homes)handsome,,of well'to'do,;villas: area, which exceeds 400,square miles. 1. Convenience 6. Speed 1 t

The walls around Paris and the
Parisians. v several detached forts two'miles'outSide 7. Efficiency i
;.,, .The". ".military. ;-wreckers.,' --' today" .... -hadj&mafced :were ,built by Louis Philippe. 2. Comfort ,
', their:work,of rating:all'.the,
; : withstood: the siege of 1870-71() 8. Safety
They
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'Environs o(Paris acid.the capital has and the outer forts have since been 3. Cleanliness

'a'-, y.tbelitad''look.; The greatly strengthened and equippedwith I have a carload of Jersey Milk 9. Perfect Regulation .
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demolished the
wburbs were against ,
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-' modem, guns Dy Gen. Joseph Cows for sale, and people of the surrounding 4 Simplicity
,' recated coBitingency
drwded tJlepf ,
; ; Joffre the French in of Heat '
genralissimo,
: invited to in.
'that the Germans.-aaight invest Paris._ ? country are .
.It was deemed'neeeeearp by,,the.war; the present' war The third line of I pert the stock. 5. Accessibility 10. i{
forts on the .hills are of modern construction Economy
control, that
office, now'naupreme; Reasonable prices. Call on or address
with the most
equipped
the'.;c atry.:for:miles, around' Paris powerful guns. I JAMES N. SEWELL, .- t -' ,.: -j
fo deared of hooBW,in order that the ,
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The inner walls about Paris sur 8-22-D &W Winter Garden, Fla.
forts, :defeoAng ,the: capkal might :- -J JI
,.have..uniat rrapted; range",and' also 2. COMFORT
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that:ate. eeay might.have,no,shel- I it
',ter'to4aid:iiek-, advanced ?- Florida's A GAS RANGE is the greatest producer of REAL COMFORT in the 4

,. ':-la.. 'order,to rsac.eB. ,'sorrendering' - ; modern kitchen. If you cook with GAS all unnecessary work is eliminated

:without:::compensation the:'fruits : Surpassing I and cooking is made a pleasure. There is no wood to bring in, .1
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'of_their:years,of.toil was,perhaps the no ashes to carry out, no dirt and soot to clean up-nothing to do but ,i

,first, thing,''that,brought) .to;,FrenchBien Grapefruit. -= turn a valve and strike a match.." 2-
: ;':Oft e younger',gaei tions a' .
,.realisation}of:all thatwar'and:.mar- : Is In warm weather especially, the comforts of cooking with a Gas 7

tkl 'l&w"JD8+ns. The :survivors. of Supreme Range, are very apparent, because the kitchen is kept "clean, cool, and

:1870.:kaow.:all about:'confiscation and Plant< comfortable without the slightest effort. f
peg aDd d.etr ion of propertyjbutyounger Freely of the Best Late VarietiesEach
> No heat is wasted to make the room as hot as the oven itself and i
Parisians :perhaps did not .
until ; year adds to the supremacy of Florida's surpassing the fire is turned out the instant the cooking is done.
the situation
.f 1l1',comprehend : 'i
grapefruit in the markets of the North. With the proceeding .
they. .;beard ,.tI e.-explosions '"that .tore'' ,education of_the American public'as to the uses and merits of COOK WITH GAS AND BE COMFORTABLE. !
down the ,beautiful':'11Cf.picturesque citrus fruits, Florida grapefruit will become more and more i 11

muburb"' 'of','Pam.,.and. saw" homesteads' popular.. The grower whose land is adapted to grapefruit can JI
,,10' \tM'Wercl; .' ' ,.. :- make no mistake in planting freely of the best varietiesespe-
.' ,But.ther&WU.. littie.complaint'and dally of the late kinds. ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. I{

lamentation beard, .M the 'result of '

.the:detrneon'the,Sn>iurbs: ,Sieve Get .the New Buckeye GAS DEPARTMENT !
.for the :tears of :some:old; women,
;.n.pmg'for'the r lone of the homes and Nurseries Catalog t

,their., "larea. '-and''pena.a"-'there .wasiio . 5 iMIHMIt
-protest' " ',Throughout. ,.her history. This.attractive book tells all about the culture 111 I 111 ItIIIt i i III M11 III1II1111111111111111111111111111.
descries
:.Trance:' .,has'"been' a military tion fruit,as ,well as oranges and other citrus fruits. It
:the leading kinds-several of.them the introductions of Buckeye -
-f. 'Frincb.ea.bave: for generationstaught WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
Nurseries. Whether
,' you are an experienced grower or anew
of,
hoed
.to'aasrt' taefortnges: :
..beginner in citrus culture, this catalog will help
'..war., you. AND DO ALL KINDS OF

r )(; (the- : 'Ouui''oiji' ; ''. country who At 'this The book.most'While successful.the tatalog grove represents practice is an fully enormous explained outlay in OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. $8 C Charleston and Return $8 .5
are learning new things now.
ofa on their part Buckeye Nurseries will be glad to send copy
first the:war was more; r.less free fruit If
to
to any person intending 'plant.Ct! trees.
froHc(;-intermixed with'bitter'denun- .yonwant one write for it today.before the edition is exhausted. ,VIA"Clyde
'eiationfl., ,'of:Germany.:, 'The gathering" .
.of troops" ,.:their:.departure ,amid the Buckeye ,Nurseries
waving of,lap:and'riaging of cheers '1036 ,CMbaaaBsflkBafl Line"First

'aeeawd,like a'holiday occasion. Thencanue.the. Tampa.'I'1a.BuckeyeTrees'Bear. L H. RAMSDELL

Ji .'shortage of mosey. tarried OPTOMETRIST
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!to fie consciousaese of the Class
: Meals and Berth IncludedThis
.ev (s.ec-ar to Dr. 0. P. LIdII) ,
:people ;that: ; r :up .against aaiteatia
ORLANDO FLORIDA
,serious, <., a..'
And :then:came 'iurti l !*w.. Its
._. jNjMonr:ttsfteed./:even' the special rate good on any of the Company'ssteamers

JD t'b1yaDt':and. volatile:that'war FOR SALEAT August 22nd to October 17th

"was'real.. ,that"'in.;its;.dire- ." effects''it JISJ' .j1Jh. inclusive.

toothed'to Whole people,:women and. A8ARGAINi
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',been1.. iaereasedof; .,;'laV_ ,by. the :perI
scheduled sail from
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.formancea'"ef' !'German"aviators.,who THE MARKETOf Ships to Jacksonville every

t.toveftowtt: : ( jr.inddropped: Three ten acre tracts on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.

bombs.S';;. rUe, tIM i&ai1es'have. done

little>'da ft e,..- .iYa few,- ,"persons,be. Cleanliness Of Quality Orlando, and Kissimmee road, '
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.btg.Wo11D4W' a scattering, buildings pnly two and one hall. ,miles For reservations and further particulars apply to Y
"aged. ?' loet>of::,the bombs have,'
FRESH AND SALT ,MEATS from the post,office, Orlando.
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failed:to exploder Bat tie fact' that H. G. WENZEL Fla. Pass. Agent
;death ai i destrwtiefi tkreeas them I' .FISH,AND GAMKIwyttof Will. sell one, or all. The c

t oiitflCthe' :vwy'.&'j,jM* wlly;makes. I' 1Ki: \ the.aet'e eirilliw.icAu.tjN, .. price will double when ,the 122 W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .
'thepeoje;! Bervow nd MwwvTbefortificatkfflsof ; brick road is I laid. Other
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Pans afidtieirabiKtytto ,
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receiving
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'careful. attention' ; tiww. days ,wide. .. thetity's We .'I ail..r-.t e':a ts. !e hire at,buying values, y Also The Sentinel is the only progressive Sentinel subscribers who contemplate .

: TdeUiled: ;;:dam .are*: ,s r-' t.r LI; J"_."f desirable groves and city metropolitan morning paper between vacations in the mountains
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.at prices'that .command Jacksonville and Tampa. Sendit elsewhere, have the
; yet'.their __chaise= The PARLOR MARKET property may Sentinel by
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to friends by mail in.Florida mail without'any additional
ter andf: iofiaidaWe_ stnadk wknown. we11 attention.. your expense
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arwAd tks ity;;fint { <- -" To read and use Sentinel "want ads.
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:: Cost only a penny a word each inser Sentinel
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tour seems to be"Let us beep
and'}doing so:>we ,hurried on 'to

Mflan,,going o m 'there".to'fascinating
fCM: .venice, 'the;>'O ueeii of the
PRsIAL -i AdriaticSpending several 'days : r
+ ,there, we .came"on. 'to, Florence. A d
ERV1CE month there would not be too long
: to'see all of the Pitti'and .Uffizzi art '

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i I "Everywhere we went..there were
soldiers, soldier: We' could not re
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S. .. ,: August 2,.we.learned from our. Italian .
-i--- ; 'TJ; e.;". *.Who:traseactshis, 'Wieses guide'that' war" had been declaredbetween THERE SHOULD, BEr : :
and
?" ; England Germany, Russia
;),itiiitlie: ; SatE..li_ 'depeeits France and England being .on :

; i ,. :...-.r.eY-ysJ" s".y' ckeek....I1aS'If& !Servia's.. side and Germany with'Austria. r : A Constant Battle

f -dieti ct advantage-.over'the' who .
maa
I "Italy: seemed-.to be.mobilizing,her __
:: .Wi es he 'CU" Pt .ateig Witke8t' tke.f troops and we expected to hear at i Against Waste Thru Personaland
f time that she had become involved
I .. of,a.bAik. any in the situation. : Home Expenses

;; f The a with a.Iau, k_ acco&t, has '"Everything in a state of excitement -
'j'
1. ae accurate' record, el, Ws H thness, so we rushed to the American (
-: embassy to get passports, as An account in the National
Peoples
t ;tcaaeactIees a i4 Greater Securltrwith
many.rn others did. Next we learned
fl w $...elpot9e.lie ...' that the Canard Line bad cancelled '; Bank will prove to be
all sailings, and as 'we were bookedto
ire a :year CheckAcccOit sail on'the Carpathia August.10th : .A Fortress of Strength
:
we would have been in despair had it I : .'
' not'been for our cheerful; optimistic I :

:' s : The. State. ,Bank.:of, Orlando' .conductor Mr. Wardlaw.. He,said'he '' in time of your need, and establishes i
> .would try to engage passage for us r' in the .
: your standing community :
on one of'the ,Italian steamers. We r
',' found that everything first, class had llilli: : ; 'fUlill1' ,

.:t > itf been taken, though we were willingto .:....;.;.......;:f. .. :}.... ;.. ....,
> :; } come anyway, but it was very uncertain -
whether they would sail or
;<'" not"Rome .1p 1 J1 j; i :
.
'.:' : ., :, .- .. is a wonderfully interestingcity . .
'. It -- to be stranded in, but we felt I. .. .... ...,.. . .., ..,.., .. .. .... " ."',...-. . ... ,.... ; ..... ., .,..,.. ... ., '. '; .' -" :-I... -". )
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almoSt ; '" "
Sentinel "
When asked to tell 'the. that we had to economize being o. : '' '
it: ja tDODYU1S.W ) something of her experiences in : at the end of our tour and funds "';:.: ..

'-'\ Europe, and. especially after 'war getting.low."American. rj':
: : broke'put, Miss Fuller said:. Express checks were the 0
FMflJ.f[ :''After'touring the1 British Isles we 'only ones they would cash. American : !
'called letters,of credit'and other checks ,
: went o ?. wbich.is,rightly ;!'o;:: : :.' '" j
T ..
-" the earth. The French of value whatever. '
gayest city on were no T : ,
? .itof,, .. ..FULLER" __ .: 'TELLS. OF. .,.I I sere"Celebrating, July 14th,their,.and- day<< they of danced,,independence Americans"Ambassador in Italy Page to get advised together all 'f;:r.:.}: :: ':- ;" : tr:; 1 f.::j !:..f. j: } : :; :? \ : .f; 1 ::;J 7# .tfi: t 2 t : rJ !:ir f ...)77'. _

: V' DCULTIES'IH GETTING .1'for 'four; days and nights. in the .and Rome ,seemed to be the preferable -
t' ': HOME: t&tree Little did 1'"e think then that I place. The hotel proprietors were from Naples August 18th at midnight GERMAN FORCE FLEES INTO RUMOR THAT GERMANY HAS
history.;would soon.'be repeating itself exceedingly kind in crediting tourists The San Giovanni had preceded SWITZERLAND % SENT ULTIMATUM TO THE
:; Fwd*.:Traifts Packed With 1 and'Paris turned into a.city of and in giving us lower rates. us three days before. We were HOLLANDERS
mourning. met at Gibraltar by an English tor- London, Sept. Telegraphing
; I "When it was officially reportedthat -
V SiMitto; Whoever' She
pedo boat and an English man of war,
' "While at The Hague" we visited the Carpathia would sail we hur- from Rome the correspondent of the New York, Sept. 4.-Dow, Jones &
't
N 'wei'After'lgar Was. which accompanied us for a half day,
the Peace Palace, and thought. of ried on to Naples, only to.find that Exchange Telegraph company says Co. published the following item on
Declared what wonderful it"stOod and then all of our anxious fears were
.- a: thing. for- the time'of her arrival was unknown, that a message received there from their news ticker today:
when out the Atlan-
i' over we were on
world Wide'peace.. the time of her also.
and departure
"London.-It is reported at Lloyds
e. / : tic headed towards' the best countryon Basel Switzerland, declares that an
s Mka Laviaaf Fuller, who was one V4ln Switzerland, we enjoyed the We then had time for a visit to Pompeii that Germany has sent an ultimatumto
earth-America! has into
{i" of tie five hoadred'Americens to ar"rhre .- grandeur and beauty of the Alps, but I and the glorious climate, the unconfirmed report come Holland There is no confirma-
in-N.work: on''the: Carpathia. when we reached Bdlagio, on Lake Amalfi drive, .coming back by Sor- Basel from Beine setting forth that tion."
""'1 freaaNes'on Wednesdayhurried, Como,' I thought' we had found the rento to Naples. Eat. all you want. General von Deimling and the Ger-
< : 1.."i 'directly' hww and' reached- Orlando' most restful, beautiful. spot in all of "I don't suppose a happier' crowd Eat what you want. man forces under his command have T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. 'j
J :yetterdgy afternoon, much'to the deEgfet : Europe, and 'wished that we could ever'sailed from foreign, shores thanwe For Take sale a postscript by all druggists.and. forget it. crossed into Switzerland to prevent Conscientious work at fair prices.
\ of her pareats and many fries.t .. remain .there all.summer. five hundred Americans who sailed l-7-d&w-lyr their capture by the French. Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf
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e : t Special? Clean Up Sale of all our Remnants regardless of what they cost They consist of Dress Goods. ,

r a k Crepes; Silks, Lawns, Dimity and Batiste, in white arid fancy' colors. Muslins and Ginghams, in fact most any

,thin-that goes to',make up',a .complete Dry Goods Department. We want the room for the new goods that are

: c D Dgin, so we1;have marked them at a big, saving to :aU buyers. Don't miss this opportunity for there are

sureiy(something}in this lot you want and marked at; prices far below the regular cost price.


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SATURDAY FROM 7 TO 10 O'CLOCK SATURDAY FROM 7 TO 10 O'CLOCK
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,g -- ''- -;, _, -'' . LAWNS AND CREPES, your last chance on these
Spedal Trunk Sale White and Decorated China' Bowls, 'Regular 20c to 35c They are better values than we have ever given,
.. : ,, _______
; to 20c to clean at
worth yard,
up up -
.. quality, your choice_... .______

See&,Truck,Sale;' ferfce: .iaY.'oIIiy we. will give a 7 1-2 cents WI
10"cents
'iMocomt ef 25'per cett ea,ay traak k the Koase., This '
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S . .- PLUM PUDDING,'don't.that sound good, just the thing
fe'al.eae .*tie l 8M ertHMty. to..purchase a high grade for your Sunday Dinner, 1 pound cans, worth 40c,
U JJJjf "n - LADIES' .GOWNS, made of a good. quality of Nainsook, Special at . .-
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trunk a\- :eiceftiewfly low price .
l .a* .
to biased 75c ____.
embroidery quality. 25
cents
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1 : .. Two pounds cans, worth 70c, Special ats -__________
,'; : .!CI4iL'sALE.OF KINGHAMS' RELIABLE HAMS -
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50
cents
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taas., 19c quality.. _v* ASPARAGUS TIPS', Bonita Brand, Regular 35c quality,
Special at .
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