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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 8, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00428
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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. ,.It '.-v-PrinceWilhelmBelieved FOR EUROPE, STOPPING GERMAN AND AUSTRIANREPRESENTATIVES

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t ' t{' i V1AlkiS E Carries 120 .Red Cross Nurses I Action May Provoke Turkey to J-,

?f and Thirty Physicians and ALL BUT 27 OF PASSENGERS a Prompt Declaration of 6,000 BELGIANS HELD CITY
Successful
tt fie Fig ( .ftaCeftter and Were on
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\ ,' "--"- ., Large Quantities Hospital AND CREW WERE War Against Allied SIX HOURS AGAINST .'

h3 t1 : ::JMk-- Wi- G,M w 8 'Safer., Heavy, .Losses in Attack Supplies SAVED Nations 20,000 GERMANS .
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: :York, Sept 7-In her garbof Sept. _
: Giraai Force at Vilvoerde GERMANS
LINER RUtlO Hff'GERMAN.MINE AfTER GHENT NEXT[
t 4V,f white and red and flying the American from Ambassador Morgen-

,.. '"' , and Red Cross flags, the Ham thau at Constantinople today show -

: s?' t-uo w,." f 7-( )ecial.---The< imperial guard of the, Ger- burg-American 1 liner Hamburg wasread" In North Sea Saturday and Sank that communication with Turkey is Peasants Work in Fields Three-

.- ;.V. .BttB- army ,was- ;mated- and' .there. ",is a"- strong probability that mercy, to day to Europe.to start Late on her today voyageof she Two Hours Later, Heroic unimpaired. No mention was made :Miles. From Burning City

!-UCMIi'P: ia e wnMIm was slainby the.Biitish in an engagement will proceed from her pier in'Brooklyn Work of Fishermen by the ambassador of political condi- and Display Little Interest

:, 1l'.at tSur:o.e i,:according to a'Boulogne: #dispatch to the'Event to a point in the Hudson river opposite Saving Most All tions and it was inferred the diplo- in the War

;.t ..News,.r(p iished,tonight with'all rights reserved). Riverside drive, where she wfl]i matic situation there was unchanged.
Officials here much interestedin
"of 'contained in from drop anchor until tomorrow morning Sept Nearly are I London, Sept. 7.-The correspondent
jThe,news: .the,engagement was : a telegram Grimsby, England, 7.- the possible results of the expul- -
when the to Falmouth will be
h .Ceneral1Pau. ."in:which he said: the._British troops under General trip .800 persons rescued from the Wilson sion of German and Austrian consular [ of the Express, wiring from Ter-

"n Fitach- -- 'aadthe[, ,French troops? .,under' 'General D'Amade met with gin.The Hamburg (renamed the Red liner Runo by trawlers when the officers from Egypt by British''' monde, sixteen miles from Ghent,

c sifaal sueoees': btan: ,important. engagement. According to the I Cross) has made an agreeable temPorarY steamship was sunk by a mine on the military authorities. For weeks Great under date of Saturday, says:
"Termonde has
fallen after six
North.sea: Saturday afternoon, were ,
tokgram,'the"ames Were.drawn across 'the 'north line with their J home for the 120 'nurses and landed at Grimsby and Hull on Sun- I Britain has hesitated to take any step hours of fighting. The little forceof
which migh irritate the porte. Eng-
;.oar."at 5.,,Precy,- .:the English on" the, left' and the 'French on the :the thirty: physicians She who are to make day.; The prompt work of trawlers, land's action in Egypt, which is under 6,000 Belgians made a gallant defense

JJ rightwere; *,successful on both wings. trip.with her coat presents of white a striking paint, red aspect . the Silanion, Strethon, Cameo and the suzerainty of the sultan, but dom- but the enemy was 20,000
The General Pau said annihilated the Prince Victor, saved the lives of near- strong'and the Belgians were unableto
;iaiperial guard,. was by band and words "Red Cross" in large inated by Great Britain, was inter-

( ;Britttk troopg after, they refused the demand to surrender. Thewas scarlet, letters on either side. Electric ly all on board. preted as meaning that the latter reply effectively to tie deadly fire
Wilson Line officials say all the would no longer delay in meeting em- of the German siege guns.
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tcrwHtee: .reported in. their midst. signsofa Red Cross will be "The Germans began the attack
: crew and all but twenty-seven of the barrassing situations resulting fromTurkey's
tnIiiI' t:. miles.north of'Paris."war flashed at night for safety. between 2 and 3 o'clock Saturday
safe in this
passengers are port. The wavering yet apparently
; :the h: office has yet received official con- Silanion picked up 128 survivors, the sympathetic attitude toward Germany morning and the rain of shells over

j tli suou,'of4he-iiewsr. :. it is regarded as confirmatory of earlier PROF. HENRY NEHRLING MAR Cameo saved nearly 100 and the oth- and ,Austria. The extension of the the town was incessant until 9. It

t .twhkhvannounced; that the allies had succeeded in RIED LAST NIGHT er two trawlers 70. 'forbidden zone" in the Bosphoruswas was a hopeless task attempting to
hold earthwork against such odds
The Runo was bound from Hull on looked upon here as another indication -
t. ;jhiGerd. .. center. and the slender defenseswere =
According to a rumor that came one by one
..h' : : the long trip across the North sea to of the porte's careful prepa-
to the Sentinel last night from an authoritative abandoned. ;
rations
CABLE :' AUSTRALIA HAS SEVERED source, Prof. Henry Nehr- Archangel, and her passengers were for war. "The defenders were able to leave
BEEN i
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. mostly>> Russians from America,. returning There is a belief in official circles,
., ling, one of Gotha's most enterprising in good order without serious losses
Vei' B, C Sep t. .7.-(SpeciaL)The Pacific cable cong to Russia with their women however, that while the military is
[ v. { ( ..citizens, was married in Sanford the and went by way of Berber and
and children. The hit taking precaution diplomatic -
boat the mine
every
the:.United States.with. Australia is broken and all com- last night to Mrs. Munson. Particu Overmeire in the direction of Ghent.
branch of the Ottoman is
in mid-afternoon Saturday, during empire
t.aueatoo41:with the ants podes is temporarily cut. It is the belief I'lars/of the wedding were' impossible fine weather. The explosion was ter- waiting for a more decisive turn on Germans Burned the Town

i.of .lWnlg at the Ambfield station that the break the vicin- to/obtain: but a host of friends will into "After entering the town the Germans -
I" .. .. ... ., . ism rific and a large portion of the, ship the battlefields before plunging
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extend congratulations with the set it afire and the
along throughout
rJ _;of!;_the,Fiwiing;ids. _and'that;GermaH:cruiser, probably Sentinel. "- '4 T was shattered. Several passengers I the conflict I
dense clouds
morning of smoke
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;} "ibI .. ;A cable. .P. a dispatched imme- were'injured and one was killed. Ambassador Herrick's request for the town. Not three miles
'f.rllii.i- what he do away
instructions to might
for the break' and'to make The little fleet of trawlers, homeward as
repairs. the with
and dull
l SAVANNAH.,WON SOUTH ATLANTIC to protect world famous buildings and peasants, strange ':
bound with their holds full of
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PENNANT works of in Paris in the ofa apathy, were working in their
art event
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;n: -: UpH"ARE"lNaVlirGGHllANSmCKr i within fish, chanced to distance.be passing almost bombardment was not acted upon gardens, sometimes turning to watch

'. -. hailing Regardlessof ,the smoke. Only the children seemed
'Oil]1\ 'London_ ,:S ..7.-_{(SpeciaL)=Theofficial: press bureau of the Albany, Ga., Sept. 7*--By defeat- the consequences to themselves, in today. The ambassador intends to !afraid and they ran and hid by
ing Albany 4 to 3 in the sixth have alt American residences plainly my
1 ,awsr office:toeight;>issued the'fOlQwint' :. today, view of the possibility that there .
I motor car.
game of the post season series, Sa- marked with American flags and
'"j e x13u d: lo e s,_' plans' are H being i'; steadily carried.9ul The vannah won the South Atlantic were other pushed mines through in the the neighborhoodthey wreckageand other insignia to insure their safety. "I sighted German outposts from (.

.1' :>, -,INcas.aaa on:the offensive and have;been successful League pennant. Today's ,victorymade picked up sailors and passengerswho More detailed instructions probablywill 'ermonde to within ten miles of
Ghent and there
'iiii ehiekag,and f ,back in a northeast direction. the German four games for Savannah out were clinging to sticks and rafts. be sent to the ambassador tomorrow will almost are indications that

:%: .--'-; r"a. ',\:,.'",them...., .' .f of six played. These were people who in the first they Ghent. The people immediately are greatly occupy excited f'
; "'4 panic had jumped overboard or had
and
many were preparing for
_toM 1 ITALIAN SOCIALISTS APPROVE been blown into the sea. Others were TWO DEAD FROM EATING TOAD. - :<,1'
f .; $ OUTFLANKID IN BELGIUM. AND IN RETREAT flight"
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< : > I NEUTRALITY ,gathered from the decks of the fast
F: , ,1! A Central.::News dispatch from Ainsterdauitiro inking ship. _

t; .,...S*J ,' 1 ' ," ,,G J < ua(flank. 'turned by. General Joffrejn the"recent, . .Paris, Sept. 7- A dispatch to the Only Two Lifeboats LaunchedThe Lafayette, Ind., Sept. 7-(Special) RIVERS GIVEN. DECISION OVER
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'''.' .fffetiaf. iA:tea. 'The J5ermans,in ,consequence, are retmt-; J Havas agency from Rome says mem- Runo, when she struck ,the -As a result of mistaking toad BECHERLos
: stools for mushrooms, two are dead,
:ingfromLiRe. The Belgians drove the Germans -ii% 1 bers of the Italian socialist reform mine, immediately tilted at an agle
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and two dying. The supposed Angeles, CaL Sept. 7.-Spe-(
met in Rome last and
party night which made it difficult to launch the
.8":1... ., : ,.' 'S.Viroerde> "". -- .'Saturday, .--. the' enemy.leaving 1,000- dead adopted resolutions approving Italian lifeboats. Only two were ,launched, rooms were served at a stag party cial)-Joe Rivers was given the de
ei tWIeW.. '. ,. here 'tonight. cision over Willie Becher at the end
The
""Ir' '"" :>- ,\ neutrality. meeting recorded its survivors said, and these, after reaching -
of the'20th round.
J 'L; .- opinion that the victory, of the triple the water, were both overturnedby
0 !l _bii SUFFERED HEAVILY entente would aid universal GERMAN EMPRESS GOES TO
rj AT TERMONDE : disarmament the frightened people trying' tel
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} '. 1JaEoI 7.-(Specki 1 ," help the proletariat socially get into them. ,
; ; ,. )R'ightful havoc-was'done at Ter-
:'" and economically and assure Italy's The Runo, after settling by the -
=- bombardment;. : to the predominance over AustroHungaryin head somewhat, remained in that position -: London, Sept If A dispatch to the Florida: Fair in north portion;

=:so I"Qii"t._ ; of :the London Chronicle atGhent:;: 16 miles west Balkan matters. for nearly two hours, her bulkheads Central News from Copenhagen says probably local showers in central and

:- .cif. ..:T etde.. The'German: loss'was 15,000in;the fighting Friday holding her afloat until six the German empress started Sunday south portions, Tuesday and Wednes. X

-. yid.." .Saturday- .. ;According 'to a, R e liter's- ,,telegram. from OstendGermane BASEBALL RESULTS o'dock, when they suddenly gave way, morning for Danzig. day.
' elevating her stern high in the air. ------ -
: anr: :were;ibwned.whfn: the dykes,around Tennonde -

i were'o _, M d'several German guns,were'lost in the flood. National League-Morning A moment the depths.later. she ,slipped quietlyinto WARREN PROBABLY FATALLY ;

: Boston 5, New York 4. 1
St. Louis 7, Pittsburg 4. Many of the survivors, injured by INJURED ON DAYTONA BEACH
F BOARD TRADE HELD IMPORTANT National LeagueAfternoonBoston flying debris, were taken in ambulances -

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: BUSINESS MEETING LAST NIGHT ,Pittsburg 2,'St(Louis L will recover. A terrific collision on Daytona pinned Mi. Warren under it. His
The work of the trawlers is declared ,
and collar bones
cheek broken
.. <'r" Philadelphia 7-7, Brooklyn'46.Chicago % beach yesterday morning between two were
f .:t 3-3, Cincinnati'2L by the Runo's crew to have racing Bars that -may result in the and it is probable h/t.suffered, inter-

-: .4|. '.The. :. Oifeafc. _,Beard. _,'. of' Trade met 1 Waterways Association which meetsin American League-Morning been one of the finest episodes of its death of W. B. Warren, of Braden- nal injuries that may "result fatally,.
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kind in the of the The
'loot light at iipt.o'c1 ck with Yice- 'New York. September 2226.. Philadelphia 0, Washington 1. history sea. town, marred the Labor Day celebra- though he was still alive last night.
; s Silanio was the first on the scene. accident The driver of the Buick also suffered
The Florida Fire Prevention So- American tion at the popular resort. The -
Paw>iisat J. :.L. Giles,.presiding in thea&eoee League-Afternoon The Runo's people forward and
-" iety;,of,Jacksonville, was:invited to were occurred between eleven and painful injuries, but they are
. fo f:Pwea Bt Seth Woodruff, New York 1-8,Boston 5-L the Silanio had difficulty in gettingnear
- 'r- -- convene in Orlando on October, 29th, twelve o'clock yesterday morning, not considered serious. Mr. Fort was
'who k. ia:New York. Washington 7, .Philadelphia 8. : on account of the'peculiar upward tried thrown from the Studebaker and
'r '.. a communication having been received while the racing cars were being
.J ...The"_ .p Wkky. !.co- .ittee .reported from them asking for a.session Detroit 7-3, Chicago80.. First tilt of the ship. As the passen- out, at a point several miles south of slightly bru$ d. The Buick and Na-

... .tvoraWe'pogwee'in.tfeeir work and I.In i'tibia" eIb'request.- five game eleven innings; second game gers generally understood littlelEng- Daytona, near Port Orange. tional racers were almost totally de-
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f'4. t .. advert eang' ',solicitag committee A was read from the Thomas innings. ish the orders to them were not un- Messrs. W. D. Rogers and L. B. molished, but the Studebaker was

:; .repo ;|$60. 'ndaed :abce ,the- .-last A rop lane company asking that Cleveland:fifteen 4-6, St. Louis 32. First derstood and this accounts partially Fort, of this city, were driving northat able to run to Daytona after a new

\ ., .ing;ithe total aHKHfflt'now, .subscribed they be;allowed ,to operate ,their ma- game League-Morning innings. far the panic and for the failure to a moderate rate of speed, in the wheel had been secured.So .

.: beg amt $100,:and .the chines.-on 'some',,of 'the' lakes .in the get off more lifeboats. :Studebaker racer entered by the San far as the races were concerned,
oA--i1. .atiI1 at w !t... C Buffalo 11, Baltimore 8. After efforts to launch the lifeboats Juan Garage, accompanied by a big the Overland cars, with the Warren

1:' b-.committee.,reP _- 'y.YicePresident Giles' reported the Federal League-Afternoon had failed the crew of the Sflonian touring car in which were a numberof and San Juan Garage contestants out

:petted- gt>ti tioa8, ..sill in:,progress. visit of Editor Wright, of the_ "Fonda f Kansas City-St Louis; rain. threw out, all their l fe1ines. The ladies. Behind these cars came of it, came near making a clean

with"..'the':ceaaty,Mmmlnsionsra;> _rek- Srower: ,and his'inspection of.the city Brooklyn 12, ,Pittsburg ,1L Strethon arrived Immediately. after the big Buick entered by Mr. Warren sweep.

,.:tift: to;:the'i, iiefci -of\the'eoetJ. as ;per/the;request of the. Board of ,Buffalo 2, Baltimore 6. ,, ward. Her mate fastened a ropearound and driven by his mechanician at a In the small car races W. C. Hill S ;
).iI'list.' c "" ',, { ,Indianapolis 5-3, Chicago 6-3. Second his waist and was loweredalongri
of Sanford
...... Trade:>The matter: of an advertise high speed. driving an Overland, won
-> vice-Presesidenti'. Giles' : 'saitted; ''>a ment of_Orlando_ 'in the Florida'Grower .game seven innings;'darkness. the' ship to the'water level, Mr. Warren was coming south on the five, ten and twenty mile events,

-.:\1 epeaitIai: .from, :)(rreWa ;) :_Go :was referred to the.', 'publicitycommittee. ... Southern. League where' he.was able to pick,,up many the beach at a speed of fully seventy W. H. White, driving an American,

'. ;'tiae:\ ;newapape'man. f' Or i Memphis'.7,- Montgomery 6. 'Eigh. of those in the water.- miles an hour in his big National being second in the five mile event,

:-"(ange' ,-_ :. ;" as. tM'bHi: ,'On};motion. 'of(;Mr.,J...H.;Reese'the teeninings. .Rescued' Woman Gave Birth to Babe :racer, and. in endeavoring to pass the C. G. Smith, driving a Metz, secondin

':. _, ''VJ/. dvertinog: HM\eitJ v ;a n Board: t i Trade,favored. :_the >levy of 'Nashville 9-4,''BirmiBgfeam. When: the, Prince:Victorcame, up I Studebaker' and .touring car he the ten mile event, and F. G. Rush,
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''eowtytke .o.'Gl a',.ipeckl".tar,for. #;:poblia'. per- poses' :AtJut ;11.10,.MoMe/3-i. her crew went overboard, some.,in ran ,too close and sideswiped the driving Ford, second in the.twenty
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pealed. :i .,.kaaeded'tohaneir ". '..,- ,, -"If..t'" eels- ": :rywaUtivoe- in;'the'l gJatare. ;, ,;oM. _'-l. =. ,1t. . __ " '. ": dived, ;.overboard. "and, saved. >front wheels. He then,evidently lost In the big car races 0. H.. Hern-

.i;?and tourI .r -: ', :'t.:> (-reqweted. :;to.propose !A fchbfuflof.A-- ateratre.. You irk awo= an' and 3. chfld.t One' Of 'tbereswomeagave control: .of.the National and ran,head dpn, driving ,an Overland, won the

'i .Pt Tj 't't -.jf.; ed bill tmWymg this:,method:of .. fai jw maa a 'at/Gartis, "*: Mc .. : ,birth.. ,to. 'a;child a t on.into his Buick racer. The-National five and ten ,mile events, and S. B.
YK's .... .. <-.. .' >' . -i.- l" : ;.4 times ,Bad Hutton the tw mue ev.Lgik
: m . .' {I* (C4a16ar4 MS *) :tamed. over. several .; ty

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AI1IY Jr. ''Tht;Himian:WRc f'eBt f8"the It,is' aMy:known that the .
; ,. ; JeR : m- If you ,wait yow,bkyde feted in I SPECIAL Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
"" {>ri ay>M7:yormgseven: saaee companies'are' ,enabled/to ,takVft '
I> --- ,{ ,'; : .t" do ft,hpry' '. to Wanaw's' Repair LABOR DAY,EXCURSION TO is the kind you want Where to get
: (I Y Ist IJ atieaal ....'...rfytritace .. :yean, "or:"' bests. ; and- 'remaing. in business by investing.tie money paid Shop. U-S-tf.: DAYTONA BEACH it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T.
:!z .a ltIInIM rt. .7.-Due J trattieg tin '+or eleven" r.a'WoniI in for policies.{ By:' bankiagthemoney ; Entrican. 1-20-tf

,,_ .,k die.;war.,_wrth'Japtt I he" giv f as a"amii6ion... .,'f'i'..'. r, or,loaning it at-small inter;; :WOOD FOR, SALE Bus leaves,Orlando Sunday, Sep
the offc..:of the Ru Mian'1lIII1i ',The:./ confronting. :the eat; the companies could not pay For the month of August I will tember 6th, at six-thirty a. m.; returning -
... ' kL: 'bee;trained mat I sit igsn ial''' staff in the ,present their' losses, much less': make any sell, at my farm, pine'at 86 cents per Monday limited evening. Number of Don't wait for every one In ton to
< 1t watt '- strand and'oak. at $LOO; also some passengers to ten. Fare $3.00 have Entrican the
painter before
;. Europe '.the:.hegBaing:of'the pre -, Warire many- :and great While the profit. With their investments tied saw logs cheap. 'A. S. Hodges, R. 1, round trip. Don't delay-only ten you try. Am too busy to look,

r -t.titaak, ceaffiet. ,. .The Vacation. ,"of British'army, ,knows something. of theguerg up because of the :war, therefore, ,the Orlando. 7-30-lm I cure can go.a ticket.See Morton Jones and se- up. Phone 636,- an.It.. will be on you the
:,' tb"{( a edit.t. :efteer" : .has ,radicafly ;of fjontiers by its experience companies could not get hold of ,MORTON JONES & SON. job. i.20-tf

'.: tiered dinng::the/kwt y few. ,;'years. in aT India, ;,anitte; i Germans 'andFrench enough ready money to,pay claims of We insure your life and loan you 8-25-tf:
have;:had ,their ,Alsace-Lor- any great' amount, ,A, fire like that money on real estate at 6 "per, cent.
The dfrafajMiat of present_day warfare interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,
.,- baa. .:'rendered. .it" neceseary 'f orhanvto rai. e"froBtiers. to, look after' huge :r which destroyed the heart/of,/ Baltimore Curry Building, ,Tampa, FUu Read the,advertisements daily. Woo 1 Woo 1 Woo 1
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';acquire, a8.eve increasing Russia:Has seven frontiers to.be pro several years ago, therefore, 8-25-d&wtf

:. burden. knowledge; .w.::that.,on:,the tected.-4 The empire is vulnerablefw would bankrupt the companies, and ; Excellent
: .Ce tiM ai' today the'.Mary.:ofkeris ,seven;angles, by:, land and the policy holders would not even get DR.GEO.NASHVETINARIAN Core Pine Wood Supplied

.$ certattly oat of J the'''hutfeet worked sea, awhilesending'herhordes; : ;; "of their money. GkCOInsect in any quantity

:. m rab ri..of the.'cWaanity.v EveryVare. invaders'- \ into" AuStria.. -and Prussia, Under such circumstances the fire --'-
mu always keep a big force at home insurance companies -----
.erwri made real- are naturally
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more
: . to look after: 'her thousands, miles worried Killer Will OFFICE PHONE 34 SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE
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Vic.: :'Bit utter al,, the, best:training; and are impressing on their
, forwar" swar-"'- .' .J'4., 'r', of borders. patrons'the necessity of using the utmost - RU MAGRUDER STABLESOSTEOPATHY, STRANDS OR MORE
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on. ; TO pUs the :Garrick. 'and
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i a mtuntahxj*r-tbe prees aa4,VISNM.RDjervwed sad by;Ala:tiw.warofffc Jointly rydMrn''tbe: : ''Ippodrpme bade entrance.to a,.theAlhsmbnt'and bit 'Physician. The 'druggist who knows,'is the.man The 12th episode of the greatestwellyou
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: ,tad >hur ity.i '; /"' 'l herup.lf. all goes well;the Palace: who should fill'your prescriptions know and that's all we want. In
"The:'K* s= tuns tae, the ,'clearing ferther'on: "we reach the Oxford and

:low: for:_:.owteapofary: :history. the 'Or esbOe::. Halfway up Totf nbam THESE DAYS OFCOMMERCIALISM conjunction with this wonderful picture,
Court; road.If Providence Is good to m,
of
,Tbrthearedem. 'Bjper:.room" '' we are showing a Kalem special.
W'in'WWtekanaewi we: fball; see Wblteflelds I tabernacle
i .ckle'bu: '
t"f
: ,. : : aid Dot math then till we get to:the
:paslea.': .:tW.1 'thrill, the Grtxtai:statue, "igber up still.the Britannia .
world. .Bet'AeworW'rarely, learns and eventually the Adelaide "UOMf RUN BAKtR'S DOUBlt"In

_ riM wwii:: :la .4era. warfare- 'me t where, we stop and go no'further.NAadr >,; ;: Make it important that you select your druggist as
wed from with flick of his whip, "this
,sews i is emtrtband, eaperta : r .
( 'th9'adsaeelty' _r6e:war:off ke lit Is tile has.'tIJ m.. the 'ones, and I'm your doctor. which the great athletic slugger is fea

*< -.. it"'iaforaiatioa .- tI be"poor bloomln*,driver..and now you tured.
bow pretty nlgb as,much about.It_ all
;gfasasd:.it':considerable..expense as I clor'" THE CITY DRUG STORE
it::"aDa"sooe pewoaal'daDa r.. The new. : ,
, .,, ':' ,i ; fibs seBskfrecytoder "' I
.
.t "I.- Japanese-Limburger.Perhaps "A good drug store" Nothing in Town Like It.
o( a'grespboae,and it the most conspicuous among 1.
pres
>aervee He records.-R hag"J large the Japanese;,:vegetables are the long 11 E. Church StreetOrlando, Florida
'
I s ; white radishes, called dsikon (referredto
raaall
and llwwce.ps rs:
a. : .
the Hm-
by foreigners as Japanese
.
'
boma in-floods and
into .
the
burger highly esteemed and.eaten'. by
E it-..:tridllee;"f' ,in. di+eps.. : : all classes.! When boiled they are'not ORCHESTRA

' DiMppeiated. ,jesn&iftts have faoetiootly -, oaffice'turnips, but when pickled the
'described>it M tbefsappress odor-of putrefaction Is singularly'oftenMve -PUL -()UT MASTER'S SALE

':tab mere neW than to, foreigners. Slices of. the A geared block and tackle for folks
bursar: . m. -.. ,' who need it-motorists, for instance. Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure -
t, they: brig,out, 'and'tx.Wrlthethe : .in PIckled' product are served as a relish Pdl-U-Out can PULL-it multiplies and sale, rendered by the Honorable \
with every Dative meal The beautiful James W. Perkins Judge of the Seventh Judicial -
pals of coed' knowledge. Bat dark violet ,trait of the eggplantnasai ( yonur pull by seventy-ten Circuit of the State of Florida sittingin
thkt asorear. : ile Waadly andpolitelyjnormBr ; -' cooked fresh In pounds on the crank means seven Chancery for Orange County, in a certain
soup.orsalted
' ( partly hundred pounds pull at the hook. One cause pending in said Court wherein The
,. : "And. the., next. ,.please.? and used Instead of dalkon,to
> ; man can pull a car out of the mud, State Bank of Orlando, a corporation is 5c 10eTOMORROW
Not':'avast, aaKofwalkervcan excel a .. also ranch esteemed. .Several varietiesof or back on the road if tipped, or do complainant and Willet Groover and Irma
T F. M. Groover defendants, the ,
mushrooms (take are popular. The -of are undersigned
'ceesor iapolHefieee.: anything else that a ton or so as Special Master in Chancery will sell to
'
:;F. J:..:"SBMth,. Ms,y brother> HaroldSmith decline. of Buddhism and the adoption" straight pull is capable' of. the highest bidder for cash in front of the
of western, customs has wrought a Even if you never need to use it- Court House door in Orlando Florida, duringthe
7 ;, and' ttie, cleai'w4goomedna marked change in Japanese diet and we' hope you never will-a Pull- legal hours of sale on
*lFand j "a ta eta':who ride Milk, cheese batter eggs;' bread, floor, U-Out in the toll chest is a mighty MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1914
tbopress- bwea_ ,.:.m eupin 'politeness fowls,"wild game, fish 'in limitless satisfactory thing to think about the decree mortgaged to-wit: property referred to in said

witat :they, destroy. in. peia- quantities and the like are consumedy Whatever emergency arises-you The northwest quarter of the southwest
atr" ' whosoever,(outside the priesthood) have ready for instant use, all the .quarter of section ten (10), township twentI )-
;
;graphs. : kIn > pall you will ever need. Merely as I ty (22) south of range twenty-nine (29) east
... ..spHe. ',rf. ka Teeerre. :and'r:epresaim -. can afford them-Kansas City; Star.'' a matter of comfort insurance, Pull- less one acre square in the northwest corner
;; > -'l:the"prose bye- n. .fe.tfcerecWd; .- U-Out worth'many times its price.There's I thereof situate lying and being in the Countyof A Vitagraph special that is a real feature.
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= Orange and State of Florida. Terms cash.
'. fag ifliiU uiatnt of.the war., lie more The First CarpetThe a use for Pull-U-Out everyday Purchaser to for titles. I
pay We this reel
'' first carpet'ever seen in East on the farm, and equally so inthe FRANK A. SJOTH.i i positively guarantee two
war' ,< rr tpo".t 'are discouraged Hampton N. YM was in Parson Ly- shop, or out on construction work. Special Master in Chancery
'uc1'denied thee ,.:E.Smith and man Beecber's boose. One day a little Just as an added tool, every man will Massey ft: Widow production to be up to the Vitagraph
: di,colleagues'bIco. e'the erangeliats came from ,Uncle Lot Ben- find use for it-use that will save him Solicitors for 'Comp1ain nt.
money
standard and then
time and troable-andmoney.: The sale continued from September 7.Itle some.
of was f,In bwrf curl emieial ton. the angel of the BeecheifamUy. ,
'" ' .phraseology ' good Messrs. Freeland & Harland, who to October 6 1914.
: tibey'tril of:evsats:that shake With It young Lymai1 bought have the agency for the Southeastern

:.the:world;' tk faN: :.the-.:.mouthpieces. the .cotton' :'his wife Boxana. span it.had States, have these machines on exhi- TO THE PUBLIC: "The Passing of Diana "
f <" 'tki:,makew of Wstory. .1 it;:woven' and painted! it over In bition at the office of Lord & Brad- ,
\j. olr colors. with:a"gay,border round the haw; on Orange 'avenue, and you On account of the big advance in
n Because :.of .,tie;<' eW.. : that must edge and. groups of flowers in.the center . should by all means go and see it.9.41t flour and other ingredients in making Featuring Dorothy Kelly and James
.ewnef-tfcere..a alWya a'strained exdteneot -' -s 1 1PoDoLu bread, we have found it necessary to
: ;in the.press'bweao.. :.Amid \When tho new carpet was laid dopeople con advance the price a little. The loaves Morrison.

.tMi, : .i ...f jeaghag. 'ot.the, telephone the were astounded at the magnificence Banishes PimplesBad. i will still be sold at five and ten cents
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balls-,:.the ruthleseoea8_ firing- of..:mss:; .of the pastor's parlor. Good Blood, Pimples, Headaches,i iI but beginning not Monday six for, September 7,
I we can give a quarter, as
;j ,safe.tbe> potiedistribotioe i y > :the old Deacon,Talmadge.' coming" one dayatopped ,.I Biliousness Torpid Liver, Constipation heretofore. The'offer we now makeis

:of: ,Qai p9rt nt trifles,' at the door, afraid to enter. ; etc.. come from Indigestion.Take 11 loves for fifty'cents, or 22 for, _
and
-"WaltlB.,*deacon.'said-:the paster.1 Po-Do-Lax, the pleasant 'This is little advance -i- .
$1. a as
theirs is eger the, fee&g 'tJ fthe. Laxative and very _
.
absolutely sure .youin
;
anV be answered, "thont step-
'; # < compared with the raise that has been .
'Ynst .Mml'k._ : near. sji:;few,-fyards pin, out ,D'ye think" he added I won't suffer from a deranged stomach made in flour. r.

'away, are. tbe" ''wireless, ..receivers, 'of wondering admiration. "ye 'can have- I the liver or other and troubles.purify the It blood.wfll tone Use up its CHARLES ROCK.

1,the admiralty;,within:a stone's-throw all: that; and heaven, tooYouth'; regularly and you will stay well, J GORDON'S, E. NICHOLSON.963t BAKERY.. Hammond & Gore

:is the:war.office; .sad, realiiing that Companion.: have, clear complection and steady

Ware, _, ,a the..nerve. _oeater ofinewswaol __ ; nerves. Get a 50c.. 'bottle to-day.
,_ *.be,"...prersI "u eaaiwait.L : forthethk Fitting Homes to Salaries.. Money back-.if not satisfied. All l Don't overlok. the want ads. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBAlMERS. 3
: ,-!- ,, rra "Bay your how, according to yoursalary. rupinsts.[ > __ ___

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AndwItIH' the ,:thrill ,does come Larger employers labor in smaller . . . . .. . ..... .. -. .. REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

wbeiabraTbe ble::s 1t 'will-have. communities:where it can be done successfully

,. ,'f.'officee.. :'of the press:d'.:bureau are. .are quite. generally urging 8 lll S ll[ [ Winter COMPARE
neither Impeewii9' BOTnotbiair ,,: ei uD di u.J their workmen to bay and"not rent ar
homes! In one such plan I notice that t
There::li lag ofr, tie :spa( ous no.'workman is permitted to buy a OUR FURNITUREWe

gig& .' : of ,the. ;dignifiedsplendor .house under the' company's plan which West CeBcfc art lest leaetifBl Grauis ii'Ffcrila '

; $.: ; familiarly:associated, ; ,:withgoverniMBt will cost.over one-flfth'of his monthly : provide the quality of furniture that has long
'it comforhas wages. The company c1 a house Music Fiae Art Domestic
offiees; M a) College, Academy, Expression, been accepted knowing furniture buyers as the
', ;;:cone aience, .i: mtem ,reply '.top for upon$1,500.)( It sells of $15 this for to'an 100 employee consecutive and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Coarse. standard of.rne.rit If,an article here it is good.It t'

lwy,:deeisiea. The ,press'Bureau months payment, or an $1,800 house for,100 Twelve,buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection wonldn't'be here were it otherwise. We can't make

,lah, ::,,;1rJjft. .idea 'ii1gla: >1
a tive" '=..u.l...d.o 'wterpris., will not sell a $1,500 house'to a endowment Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ, this business, and-that means much to any buyer.

:lug indwWttftHam. ,. .,The press- bureau man whose,jwages are less than $75,a a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new

;._,...;::not\gather. ,;:facts J., it.."sifts i.',them month:or five times:the required,pay- rooms,for business school, full banking equipment. New

,,T erB,ia.BG i Jbe/wrt.lapviviid'de;; = ment-Fhlladelphla' Ledger. chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every : McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK(,

script1Ye:workno; sentiment, and modern device analysis soils, fertilizers, foods, water.
no Hood of the Maltese Woman.' ;
: Ave. and lurch St. Orlaado Fla.
. [er. Oraqe ,
,.valor;in ,ftei- official:'messages;: they 'In his book ."The Odd Man In Mal- Preparation for engineering course.

read,:like ::vrg i&t-.private> .:telegrams ta" John,Wignacourt. describes the ancient .Lakes, boating,' swimming, golf, tennis, football, L J

/" jat;Ipr ,ceat a..,word,std\Q'in<*.,tele, ',faJdetta worn by\ the beautiful Christian, but undenominational; expenses moderate. '. ii

.grim,,.every:word._., > Maltese-women-a. black hood arched 1 Scholarships available. For catalogue address
I
'' the bead with'a!strip of whalebone -
over
B (;:agaifi,;what, a" setting-to:,the I

"scripW*of. tie 'sU,.'Cramped and'all the.held Jewelry in place that by is a.hand available carrying : WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN, ABSOLUTELY M VERY LATEST MUSIC

land may, .a mine"of! desertedrooms; s, "!t Is:worn by tbe rich when they go
si djisty, dirty;;unfunushed" medley of to church.,and by the poor always. *,* Ph. D, LL D', President,

;drs> ghty.:.apaee; ,that,'s;the Britishprey Its:appearance Is somewhat somber Can be found in our stock at all times. If
and depressIngrand the efforts to look .
balL"'A:jcorflaf telephonecabihets
had 'dogen around the.corner cause a great Dum- wish to the that are popularin
have
; songs
a
policemen
several her of the .women to be CI'OSII'eyed.. you ,
:: |war'office, messengers, and:,.achai Still it-la..a thoroughly ineradicable

': -----f': MB suggest' .an atmosphere oeosry fashion and has great possibilities, New York and Boston right NOW&j

:. Bat. the- 'rooms. -, remain..aloof. since it is dieultto tell who is UB4 rneeth'It. "-'
withthe': JectetlHaterity of the ." .
gwlVttBist.ir . "
\ The .J7lI.JI
Family Dog.
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\ press b- is .in: *
," govern-"' An Edinburgh clergyman says: Every .5

-2 meatal.ii0eiallnet. .. .' ,_ of.it,, It' .is family should have a dog. It is like
''Mt:evea" m-:poor' :wiatioa., Rather.is a perpetual baby.. It betrays no secrete, .

it \hastily adeaioi' outcast,, a, re- never sulks, asks' no troublesome questions SAND WATCH OUR FILES AND SHOW WINDOW
.
::1 : roeegnmoB' 'of.:a. necessary, never gets into debt'never comes BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS .
down' late to breakfast and Is always '
i: It: PRICES ON FORD CARS '
peaeibty fa,:il fact that the ready for a bit of fan.". LOWER
wart'of1'e' :OWBS feKae miscot, a \
;fit. Effective from August 1, 1914 to August "
sleek v-wpeotaWe. ,:wU fed, ,self;'renp4ng Had Heard Them. against any reduction W. S. BRANCH,
: ,' and guaranteed
.,crit,'' The'preei; buresualso. :. Bobby: (to' IrudmothertGran4mI.bafe 1,1915
kasr& !ittseot, a _eraWe,: 'half- you ever seen an engine,wagglag during that time:
its ears? Grandma-No; nonsense. Ik Arcade leek art Mask Slere
''. ._ tM.tf8lllld. Car .. $555.00 liiiRunabout
i a' : :- : Bobby. never heard of an.engine Touring
.*.." -.... tbe refuse having any earL Bobby ,haven'tyou
505.00 j I
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.t ,beard of eagtneersVChteagoKewi '

u '- .. .. -- ''': r. a >torisnda an esrsf.fl7 11111la JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY

;\\ AiIrwI.; l '.'" P'II'AIJI.. ". What Did Ht Mean Farther' we will be ibis to. 'aM.....1M..abyssM saszl .as ceet effideM1 Ia ..upntbasiU imCOIJ HULLED, Ph. D., LIU. D., LL D., PresIdent

.' >Wife::(at dlnneri-Cook left:;us this' eu fact sad ry'ndacO.a ales departaKab If "e read aa .atput sfneUe THE BEST SCHOOL T II D FOR YOUR CHILDREN
6T
: ; .e An '"mh morning.: .Husband-Who.'cooked the' 'ors bet wee' tile a6m sites. : 11111
...... t of,iAbtwerp the"CeatrsL) : dinner) Wife-I did, B btDd"'Re-' had shnid we read'dill ads'we.u 'Ie PlY ere ,Send'them to Stetson. Fall Term Begins Sept. 25.
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of Liberal Art
.raSist and Instnuton College
.; t.), "III. r [ ally' ..WelU well have: to,get"a.'new_ tile bayer's thaars. .. tvev.lsesR fr.>s.e-: 'buyer ei1 ,pel'wY car...( ... s,sx : ". 17 Professors University Buildings College of Law
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I :is uarvelea y:whir'"al. i I eeofc-rlgat. away.-Llppincott's: : A..uU,1tl5)Fere ar......: $1. 4'Ai ,:...: ;: 1111 28 m Aen Stadente.Last Caxnpo Year College College of of Technology Business
the T,people,:have 'more' thandsbied .' f 1........ ftubvwnt Preparatory Academy
The Bright Side. $10,060 Pipe OrstaIt .School of Mechanic Art
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:'f"'i'' ises-
< & ''"So"yow:wtfe baselep: fl'.with. .yew. ,Lam Lahoratoriet for Science School of Musk'!
G 'eral Il'/' OaP tae iamdafl ,...tW eba, .t''.: T. G. ,Unturpaned. General Eipirpment"Dcu1 Normal School of School Fine Art

mans :' ";'sared'iaAn "Ye*,but fee ....'t-aHeh.of a chaef Separate Dormitories for young men and women. Careful administration
young
.:A.l; .......'t. tear<*=How69_.Poet:= ', t: ..... ," '. and thorough sncervision Christian and not sectarian teachis;.
"'. - *, =::For catalog: or news, for formation or for room reservation addresM
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. :111.,.,MM.Y : ...."... :':;tit .ITS, PRINCE GRANT LEFT HIS' TRACK MR. G. 8. LASHBROOK ARRIVES I
----- BEHIND AND GOT IN_JAIL WITH HIS BRIDE I

SIll lIIrI r Sex : & Braeieh) Just; after the ,Sentinel, went to
Mr. and Mrs. G. S.
,. It.: ..*.' "wtmr -_, : ,'because the cloth, press 'Sunday morning at 2:35, the Lashbrpok arrived -
-.aa !;.i -... .. .. in the city last evening over
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half price sale of cool fire alarm sounded, a house belonging the 'Atlantic:Coast.Linefrom
I Owens-
,"' -" I'*. IeNeRke at osAo;.'fl to get.,cool, and!, to Will Harley. colored, on West Rob-
-a.Nss4 dI.JWI; JWtct : boo, Ky., where they were marriedon
e; f .heavy/woolen; suits: inson ,avenue, being on' fire.; Before list Wednesday. At
: ..present theyare
,, :. __ ._ !., HTMm e begins to climb Chief Dean, got away from the station -
1" r. -.....1 Y..:..h..'......11,11........... stopping at the Keystone but will
. .. .. ;....;..;...,;.!;...: rr', however, the blaze was:reportedout begin housekeeping shortly.
.,..... .. .. *. and the '
notified that
._'1 1r:j :. ..1:1'.JIeBtI& :<.t.-H.....-:.,' .... ...,!!. .-... ,' the fire police of :were Mr. Lashbrook is connected with fAll MILLINERY'(
that every con- was incendiary origin and
'" !\ i.l.T--......'........ the the shoe department of the Yowell- I
that the tracks of the
; !. : ?.. ... ;.;..... government $25 I party, setting Duckworth company and is a young
tjwr; t; : Uncle;Samuel is cer "the fire were plainly visible, it having
man of excellent character and high
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.- .\41:y: i i;. ;" ) fO:>'ABY0I: -, -. .8i .ierrlbly'Cheated ont (rained. during the early evening. standing in the city.Mrs..Lashbrook .
of them. Investigation snowed that the
kx f: ''a n'cis >*a4 .' . who was Miss Nan
rit It taUti to *t tie I : c tracks led from and to a nearby
1;: f .. ....... nie, Duncan one. of Owensboro'smost
; ... s p Wd Mt 311 .
', :. ; ..,' ..... .... .10 ftII Nt.at. [ that these are house occupied by Prince Grant, col- attractive and winsome young We in
.1. : .mt l.mmtMtt -mmbtltmmUtl?HI we, are getting only, ,ored. Prince was arrested and"his are receipt of a very
*r !Ljsr, * .. rfcti7..iorei't.. ladies who Will find a hearty welcome .
r ,about the war when, shoes found wet, as if having been
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fr .{ -V ; : r-- I among the young people of this city. comprehensive
K' "..a'.L.:-.' .r. The itindf .. wish for is news of very recently used. He denied having shipment

/,' 1. .. Meift..the .office in wrftfaf worn them except to an out house, Dr. and Mrs. of
.. a. ., kerwiMi will. Weldom T. Myers new untrimmed shapes.
....d M 1M'NIIar rabKriptknTUESDAY & *; but the officers called his bluff when I
: ...... ... i I left thismorning for Orlando, where
ri ,
.1
;. . .. eJ t Wilson will not he offered to show them his tracks will that
few Styles will
.' t..,. : I they spend a days with Mrs. be UltraFashionable
; :-,: ._ ,(SHTEMBER'8, general 'down to leading to the out house, and investigation 'I Henry C. McDanieL Mrs. Myers has
; ,indictments against showed no sign of tracks., He for
n. been spending the summer with her the coming
1- It would'be a ter was forced put on the shoes and to mother Mrs. Ida J. and
declares Kennedy she .
>i 7,-EftrJ.k1Ae fled man : see Sid. Ives, John I make tracks beside those leading to Season.
was joined by Dr. Myers a few weeks
:"+ ?.'not. care.. Merely' ,buys hair' Empie, Tom: Mann, the spot where the fire was ignited ago. From Orlando they will, to
l--br the.gallon to,help the Naif Forage, M. E. under the Harley house. They corresponded where go
I Spartanburg: Dr. Myers has
.Iii. (oUt. : Payne, and all the exactly even to the imprintsof accepted the position of profesosr of I
} -( 0' i in jail, with Frank all the breaks in the rubber soled literature. Times
English
-Tampa ,
'Women's. garments. ,. 'may:not'be, I ;guard over them to I shoes, and Prince was taken to the 7th.
:cool .as raw's but,they look 'coo1: I friends from tearing' county jail .to await trial and probably -

:tfce,nun who stand on'the street' letting them loose. a long term in the'chain gang. There is more-joy in the READY[ Y I TO WA[
newspaper
;;were:and, .look, 'through. them, >*
office little local item that
over one

,,- ,Many:a woman b,with nothing are being realized. EXCURSIONIST NARROWLY ESCAPES some friend hands in than over all

.. has happened to DEATH' the war news that from Eu-
comes
\.ning J:aroand -' house bat a fen and'taU funny Mutt DRESSES[ [
; : Yesterday afternoon when the rope.-South Florida Sentinel
: r" ;knot. ,,i exactly how her ofthem since special
r' ; excursion train for St. Augustine While there is joy over the local -
chidrmrslmuldbe; brought up.i : and no one seems to was pulling out of the station a stout item the real unadulterated, soul-in. _
"-o, they have fallen out
;
-' who down the line spiring bliss comes when a man comes
..: ,If the food price boosters are been passenger, ,got, on
< or captured by I somewhere and stepped off to in and pays his account Apalachi-
ag M.weM.. ...in. Spain as in the. On the other i
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teiee take a look at Orlando, narrowly escaped ' cola Times. New
n $ ,Hoerta ass a wise old boy Harry, whom'we could I deliveries include
:tilbe'a eBg't&e"Mexican',trea I death under the cars. The
SUl'7
.. '.' ." army that will take train was moving at a pretty lively Mrs. H. E. Bumby, who has been on some of the
0 to decoratea half most dainty
or
visit to relatives and friends in Orlando
clip when he attempted' to board it a
Even .if" Senator Bryan don'tvolt
jgeehip'he'will: have g page of some of the and he grasped the hand rail on one has returned to her home in Styles imaginable
'ought to know bet- expressed
'f:t one,trwaiph.f .He his i of the cars but his foot missed the Birmingham.Read .
.. ':. got picture, valuable
,#. - up space
x tIa :Tiilaes-U --something he step and he was flung directly be- in New Weaves of
'to' tween the cars. A gasp of horror it in the Sentinel1irst.McCUrrOCu's.
L" do during;his campaign. '* *
0 ,went. up from the spectators who expected Charmeuse,Liberty Satins,
the once fam i!I
JG 'Wef ii1f'refuse 'to', believe to see the man ground to ; ,tlMIHHIItMtltHIMM
Pitt, "If I were
4 1B- ore' 'of-these- 'stories'about ' I American pieces under the wheels, but he hada Crepe de Chines, Crepe
am an ,
:'twiriits merit hard to: hold 'death grip on the hand rail and ,
get .
troop was landed in
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.. finally managed to pull himself from. etc. {
;i iaoney'rtiEe W. K._Yan erb would, lay down
:,iw r tiirned.aBdh: 'says".he'bad never, never." between the cars and onto the steps. I
: rleTingetting A crowd of boys on the steps was
e money. *'
partly responsible for the near tragedy
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bystander it looks I
r <:H Ae;:reperts'are.correct.arid' man Inns, who is ac making it hard for the stoutpassenger Department Stores
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:Genaan- 'crown. .prince has,been 'sIa r, ought to change his to obtain a foothold. It is

.kt:as;:hope-taat;the.pareatalsorro : safe to say that those who saw th .
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.of,Hs_fatfew.will:impel:him,to * narrow escape will hesitate before I REAYJJJEAR[

..tin tfeeasaads. 'of other eons of equ of Germany and the attempting to' board a moving train.. Jelly Tumblers

;ly ;s atectioRate fates whom he '
are cousins, 'but
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1'dIu''t. ,.. .the. >. I t.DC ...- about the most pe IMIMMIIIilllMIMIilMT.F.HOdDAN.J
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r a : .f. '-i: ._ treating his.'relatives Fruit Jars [

... _,iThe..OLndo: :Sentinel is favo r his'j :noticed.' In fact;: ( 1
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;- 'a FJ rWa.Wibit: t'the. Frisco cousin we should be -

r,'not'do: :,away with thev: eta speak to him again. Licensed Plumber and allkindsPresej
t ,""' h ;;;:W.;; ,;and, have' 'a', :F Sanitary Engineer

'Wheel?-Ckftrwater,'.Sun.. suffer seriously:from Estimates Furnished. jobbing Almost
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-TIM!first. .eatence in 'the:above' : war until the book Promptly Attended to. a full Stock to se

'?,*iw t ezee8eet'fa8r rrect, abselatdy wiggeation.,. but, "the "last with.a history of.it. PHONE 69 Kettles : lect from. All the newest

eL. 106 Court Street6RLANW
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:about the'power: of. the p one to suffer unless FL0I9A very
: 'I' ;if *H;ilinoridapers1shoal, > 20 S. iraige A velae.
.' out before he ar I 4allmHliimiHMMMMMMI latest Styles that will be
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t', and decide ;to,.'' change .

.lofiowbg-waneof St'Petersbnrg- 'tiw example to of'Petro the . l ,pre-eminent for the Fall

jkms in,chasfiog"'the' name:of'. '111111111111111 and Winter Season are '

'* ,o kftl,.;.Petoegrad ,it Would' be
:tlieSti:Petwsbar ers.\WOald* *-h I pounds Red and White Bermuda Onion Seed just re with us in a perfect galaxyof

IMS 'to'prevent. through Custom House. .

:. .0 _.= coloring and combina- .
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. .,
1 dfertl' (Cenn..) Times:

., papers'are fighting against an'' tions.

to T graft-..,080,from'the state PHARMACY

l.1 'titueBS by ,contribution for 'a "
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x .emit at 'the' ;San. Francisco, 8. tick Delivery 111IIS .

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4 :.Gweraor. :TramawU's advice to.
Q famers' to raise. more food stuffs

U :steemt; of>the"war in Europe, ',;

:i timely,:and'the:fanners"are not tWflRY
] fOR TUf WfDDING ,
i .oiJy :ones, who;should profit: by

;" wfrfce' .,Moat. : of the. ruts, destined [tobe];} 1 'exceptionally -

fit'! :every city',and"town,'in;'Florida .
>Asa; 'saall'ptot, ot> ground-- upon which For the bride, countless things in Silver,. Cut <, .. Fashionable.A .

< r ,ga dena8nabe: $death: $ wHl' Glass and Fine China. Rare jewels ,of every de- .

_ rl :tke':freA, 'vegetables 'for .the scription. shipment just to] hand

ij 1 'taJ. kt' ,'Begu&esg. ;,, ,of''g For Bridesmaids Ladies of Honor Flower : includes
'< i1 .proeecutlen' the:pricJHof: '.food, .* \., ;.:, m terials1: ofCamel's
"." '-.. :ooMaflues ' ) : '' Hair
+ 's iill garden:wfll be of'.-great Hers, Wristlet Watches, Silver Vanity Cases,- : Moose Cloth,

y; Mee during the next few 'months" Purses, Card Cases, etc. :y-*' Mohair Broad Cloth.
: '
:the grocery# bilL For the ushers-Cuff Links, Coat Chains, TwoA '

.: o Pocket Chains Full Dress Sets Gold and Silver.. We invite inspection.
.,, \\ ;Arcadia News: ,In case of the :;
b p! pected .,vacancy in the: United Sts Pen Knives, Pencils, etc. {. "; =._,a .
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4( I., 'senate, the. ':Orlando Sentinel has Let'us help with wedding presentp t;' .
you your
!J distinction of suggesting the name : :.
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? the editor: who,: above all o ,' ..; "ems. 1; --' > 5'3: .:?
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, name of General E. M Law, editor ::' -

.y the urier- iformant, than .
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fj "there is. not.:a.,more. deserving .' -. I

1 'nonage in the entire.'state...: Gen D1OKSON IYES( CO

,, i.. Law. deserves the honor sugg
'end'.ifit. should dance that'th
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,t ,afeould be something. to do during i
:"t '' fl sfcort'term that he would serve va.os '
( the DEPARTMENTAL
: u l tlle'appoiateaent,:why, he.would do : ew'eter STORE

:' .#. i I. in a degree' r efficiency.not. .to be ,

;:Y.;. ...t .celled.by any, meaaber, ,of''that dist ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
>; .t ",gttiAed J body.:' ;Geseral, Law"is OPPOSTI.POI'Iun-d'_ -,.

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I : ; ""' "-t. "" \, : af w* MiMBianch* Btraes'"lats 'NEARLY LOSES VOICE IF
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J, W--, .- ,' '."., r;?' l\. tt. her guests: >for- the. '"week. .three. a'of.Kia- i ;FAVOBTE, ThEATREI!: t

.1 ._.TBTUNttf .{..s ummeea! :sattr1Ct1T*' young. .ladies, I IKi II The following reference Dr. Carolyn -

r I Ii i 'l>o ii' Robemc,,'Ruby. Pre; Open;.2 p. ,...tad 640 p. .. : :I Geisel, from the ,Battle, Creek
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.1 f t:< .. D0.. J.- ._. . *_ wand!ee:4'Berry.: II, -*. AHpt"-'. 5 anti (Mich.) '''Journal, who is a regular .
"'" 'i< ."' .. .... ,...; 4" c .
. :tt .(::f> l. :b'i.: .... -4-4.- ; winter visitor to Orlando will'.inter- "' '
;l Miss,LSlkn: Steves*, who. has beenfijiniitinc'jtrrfrril !I ' esi her friends in'this city:
')'::2: { ii :';.';Y nwnths'in'the. city, I I lliMHMHIIIIIIIIIIIItTODAY'S. "Dr. Carolyn Geisel, one of BattleGreek's
f .II and CiMCijBt r ql, the"groL-rJudge and Mrs-'W. D. PROGRAM
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best known is voice-
-"& -. t-\\ '.-%, *' *, women.
t ;J : leD,has 'departed:!for her home at less, '
.Gold Seal "The Mysterious Leop- or nearly so.
Mrs. &naR.Wt'f,..; Orkado. .Miss Stevens is'a;.niece.of "Get II At lens"Give
ard Lady. In two parts. Written, <'"She'has just returned from.a ten t
dayabriet't: : \'to_ .CkftTwater. ,1 i Judge':BelL-Arcadia Enterprise. produced and played by Grace Cunard weeks' Chautauqua tour throughout
and and Francis Ford.
,-, .Ne tor.' ..Cnpid Incognito. A' the country, during which she has
,' ,,: 'I Mrs..- CL :A. Pedrick, .who has been comedy'drama with Wallace Reid and given 140 talks. When seen this
,. YMr/1T: ;. E. .Po ell ww Mass.*, .',thei I l viskfflg her sister,. Mrs. ,J,.,M. Pe Dorothy Davenport. morning her voice was nearly a minus .. ... '

..O la' M deitee'>t ag..i k'tAe.eatc _en' dick,,on-South West street for a'couple . quantity.

:4'.'St'Aagise. _ .J. 'of weeks?left yesterday for Lake CITY WILL GET OVER $7,000.TO- "Press notices given the 'Battle
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to
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,
h : .f_ <;" .v_ _, , lead rwhere 'she:will 'visit' 'relativesbefore Creek Whirlwind'. cover her with '
:-):'Mri,'- 'W, '1&)"cCbm'ependmgr "I"0 I going-to!her home in'Valdosta DAY FROM_COUNTYThe fresh: glory. She has the distinctionof you the newest styles' in ,
today I in St Aogut&e'taking in'the 1 watches.
. j < -, ". Ga. being invited to return to every
flfffctr:. :1 the"'Aacieat. City. ,'" ,. i; '' .. .1 i I : t in county regular commissioners session today.will convene but ctiy she has talked in this summer. We will trade in your present .

'' Mica; ,Evelyn Odlin left, Thursday "Her largest'audience this summer watch or movement, allowing '.,
l there,is little outside routine matters
;
Mrsjf.P. M Graw aad Miss GertntdeBse
-I fer? New York "where she 'wfllvisit
city was at Pontiac, III, where she addressed liberal
to be disposed of so far as can you a amount.
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today in StAvKVotrae ".
:;: are'a.Iing ;fri da for.,a couple of weeks, 8,000 people. For a woman
; be foreseen. One item of business If have idea of.
'haV Dg: you any .
goae overyesterte" after which she wfll to : "
Northamp- to reach is considered
; - go. 8,000 people
Win be the to the of
J payment city watch would
getting a we
, the" Smith College Arcadia. Enter< almost a physical impossibility, but appreciate -
.r' -
t; ,_ ? Orlando of 7040.47, this being thecity's the
ton .Ma a: to her studies at the O opportunity of
:, ; resume press notices declare her addresswas ,
ll
,, K'%: :L. Payne'left" Sly night prise.Dr... share of the road and ,bridge audible throughout the entire showing you. "
for, New';York" and Boston, on, b iM. taxes collected for the year 1913 in Our win -
t - a vast throng"BUSINESS prices surprise
He:wfll hI.ab6e t'about three the city limits. .Incorporated cities
aeL ." .and .Mrs.,Myer,.of the Univer.
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':, ' and towns under the law get one-half .you.
: city of Virginia, :who have'been visit- CHANGES HANDSD.
of the'road and bridge funds collected
!'f. : ;i> ing Mrs. Mr.',aid Mrs..O. D.: and' by the counties, the sum going into
:: Yoaeg senpent the month arrived Orlando .
past, .in A. Cooper, of Cooper & Atha, AllenftCo
the street funds.EXAMINATION
; y4 Upd y,at':Dayteaa, ::motorhif .
. today on their. way home and will has just closed a deal whereby Mr.S. .
''over the:f day" betere'to'trke. : in spend the week,with Mrs. H. C. Mc- E.'Waters, of Cincinntai, Ohio, becomes
OF TEACHERS
'the aetdnwbBe:races.Mw. .' Daniel on.Lake.Ivanhoe.A BEGINS TODAY the owner of the grocery business Jewelers .

\ of W. R. King, at 47 West
: E.;'B rk ,,of/ committed suicide this _____ \ street .
mule Church Mr. Waters is no novice -
:,'who 'ha?, been.a,'.rooidont_:of'Orange. week( ,because he had to,live in Live. The regular September examination in this line of business as he conducted D Reliable RepairingHniinimiiitiMmmiiiitiMMiiiniiimnint. fi

" ',comity lor',aearly,tyrty, 'ye r$,,ia vis: OaL-South. Florida, Sentinel of school teachers begins this a genral store for over twenty

itiac' -. 'j.Mrs.. ''Fr IIeriek"IeU 'WL- ; Glad:to know there are industrious morning under the supervision of years in his native town. He will at IIb
--:. ,. County Superintendent Mc1 inn n and
} citizens living in Live Oak. In South once commence extensive improve '
: prof.-W.W.YothM. left last niiht ; 'mule would have lived will consume most of the week. A '
Georgia that ments on the interior of the store
,,' '. 'onttfce number of teachers arrived in the B .11.11o
to)lirit Bra4 toTrn Manatee Times.
for fifty! yeara--Apalachicola and greatly enlarge the stock, making -
.;iGte..'spri&p;,sad,other: 'points ,- city yesterday preparatory to taking it one of the most up to date r

.:in":Ae roothern part'Of'.''state.. B. ,D. men, representing Bai- the examination. The examination of stores in the city.J. .
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: '.t ..:__;;,.. \ leJ-Le 1 company, reports good business white teachers will be held in the

i ,. 'k.'};a.. ,M.< ',,'Caro era and, 'three'daughters .in Orlando, Sanford and Palatca high school buflding and of negro T. DALE LEFT ON LONG TRIP

_of'\Ctearwtter arrived !in : sections. Some'of. the,best business teachers in the negro school building. cD&ftyur.Ph9'A'

..;:\eitJ,yesterday gorging end are houses have posted in' their 'offices Mr. J. T. Dale left last night for = '

.., tibe home of.Mr." -rail Mrs. the'placard; "Don't>> Talk WarTalk SCHOOL BOARD WILL MEET j Baltimore where he will attend the I II ,

lj: : "Busjness," and they are doing TODAY Star-Spangled Banner celebration in I I

-' sinesL-GaineriiUe, Sun. i progress there this week, celebrating :
:M **r?.::Babe''cad"Joe": :Rosey,, Nat The county school, board will meet the; one hundredth anniversary of the :

:.Jandrwfc, :Kr Irene Barnes; Miss "Orlando threw, its 'doors open and in regular session today, and among writing of the national air. 'From :

Blanche Burch and lies Irene Bake we were .enter aiDed without money the important matters that Win come Baltimore Mr. Dale will to New I

.peat. i yesterday in:'Eseuaaiee" ,at and:wi utpriee, and in the ..morning before the board will b, the namingof York and'Boston for a short go visit in I Hot Weather Drinks'
.. 'i- lured Pour leader Rube Allyn, off i
the for the Orlando
: principal high
: each city, and then to Portland,
f "i >'t.r: ... on.a:side,trip to,Winter, Park so we school There is little doubt that Maine, where he will attend the Great LIMEADAE-We have large Limes

Jlr-T: .',F.. ,Eo o e' of Or. arrived atEusUs: a half hour lajOined'b1. Prof. Moon,who will be recommendedby Council of the Order of Red Men of

laade's.jpb: date'pl"&see'jreat.up .Apopka, Winter,Garden and I the special district trustees will the United States. On September LEMONADE-We the best imported

.to' leek'. ... iIk.i: .W:after Oakland _delegations..-Ed. Scott, in I receive the appointment. 21st he will be at Atlantic. City and I carry -

p ,. .b-....:use' -'. _. jHe is ax. Arcadia- Enterprise., ]I I attend the Sovereign Grand'Lodge of stock
.p ctod ," _today.Mrs. .. .,I .- DR. WRAP: TIED ANOTHER
the Odd Fellows. He expects to return -
Mr.1 and :Mrs. M. C. Broome went
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- to St Augustine GOLDEN KNOT to Orlando about October 1st. GRAPE JUICE-Red Wing Brand '
}WatioM tad_ two i'daghters, I over yesterday on
: .t-'. 1 the excursion' over the Atlantic Coast '"
:of ,JaekeaevillarrVed. ...bhecitypoem ...-;: iini'"Th firstr 'Married, by Dr. Wray, at the Methodist NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
"SUM y'nigkt:. -; .:.:I. .". 1. 8 .ifl the :time Mr.Broomrhas'beeTaway GINGER AlE-Order a dozen bottles
a ,__ ..a'C.IIII! Sunday afternoon at -,
: from his post parsonage Sealed will be received to
bids
"Of tae;fstiee; Mr. Join Strick'Ewt up
J 'I of duty as one of the chief custodiansof six o'clock, Mr. A. Wister Davenportand 2 o'clock p. m..Friday, September 11,
Cfeardi
," (> I1' .... ,street. I ,peace'Orlando,'and the Sentinel 'Miss Violet Sjohlom. Their for the construction of covers over

( ) hopes liewill: have an enjoyable trip. many friends wish them much..happi septic tanks in the city of Orlando. Potted Plants Cut Flowers Funeral
,
be
,:Mr.WaltorF.BettisreterBedlaitniftt_. . Plans and specifications may got
to' Wfl boae in", ,Mrs.Bettis : ness. ten from the City Clerk.
'. ; Tampa., Designs Decorations.
: '; Mrs. S. A. :Johnson and daughter, CARL JANSEN, City Clerk. Wedding
And cWdrea. 'wko have beenvisg '
Mrs.. Thomas 'Brodwater, expect to MAN HELD.HERE WAS, NOT THE 9-8-lt ,
Mr. and:Mrs. W. E.'Hudson, '
; leave today\for Chicago and other ONE WANTED IN TAMPA
'wU net wton:' titek or'so.' Eat what want.
for_ ' points in the Northwest, where they i you
; v fMr. Eat all you want. THE SANITARY GROCERY rx
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.; : off' wfll:spend some time. Commissioner The man held at Orlando, for the Take a postscript and forget it.
.' J. R. fa**, KiMimaee..; For sale by all druggists.
: Johnson is so ,busy with the street local authorities as John McDonald, CARUTHERS & GORE

wM iOrhnda_yesterday'en: route' to, paving that he is unable to get away ,wanted here in connection with the l-7-d&w.lyr
;Daytoau::spend a:week' or so with Phone 200
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for vacation and his heart is almost i
a Plant City cow-calf-beef case, was not
hta, moth. ,-i aad sistor; Wore.,going T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
-. .,' broken. McDonald. Deputy Will Woodwardwent Conscientious work at fair prices. 6 & 8 E. Pine StreetMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU

north, ",tAt..'_tee. .,theUaiv i tyof. Chi-' to Orlando Friday for the man, Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf .
cIi! y .- An Orlando, Fla., farmer has been
: he had
to on receipt of a telegram that

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r'Ortwd4.i.: Meday, '1Na', :Jacksonville, a mistake, and the man was released.
to visit his wife aid SOB''MiMer We*. The'deputy returned Saturday after

'l.y,;;:whi- )''baneaeNi: =here :on,:a: visit big i up in. Alabama, but a Florida noon.-Tampa'Times. -1

. "t ;his pw M ,:Mr. "''?Jb '0. W. farmer ha 'made. more. than, that in -

one )'ear'on one acre of landWTimes- WANTED TO RENT a, four or five '
} ___ TJnjen. room furnished house. Prefer Air:
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Af lit northern section of city. Apply to
: r, .ireRw. ,:A.::'A. Rkkerttill Mr. Kendrick Guernsey returned Mayer Candy company. 9-8-3t Always
of s pfcMttt Hwetag with %i&op
Sunday night from Amityville, L I., -
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where7 he 'attended the wedding you
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dre1,, ,- .EBgkai:where "the : 3rd'f '' brother Eat what you want. .
his Mr.
September ,
;bWaopjn i&on"that Sfiday, two Take a postscript and forget it.
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Frank Guernsey;.:and Miss Anita Mc- For sale by all druggists.
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aeeke.Ag+o
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:T;'.' OUIDIANu..Id PI__. York'and Philadelphia before returning F. HOURIHAN Licensed Plumber. '
: ." Consd.tious,work:at:fak, prices.Jkone Conscientious work at fair prices.
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Orlando, Fla,

At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.


.. ,First FlNf, 10 ,Cetts. hk y, 5 Ceils. Claire, 5 Celts RESOURCES.


F Loans and Discounts . . . . .. . . . .A. . $379,51436

A'consistently 'and persistently BETTER show. Over-Drafts . . . . . . .: . . . . .: . . 622 34

Stocks, and Bonds . . .,. . ... . . . . . . 26,01333Real
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:; IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIiHEfHIE . Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37

il - .., _'" :;i. .'.' l' . .... .. . .1H. ".., 'M..ai' - Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . 291,393 48

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PAYING AND CURBING ORDINANCEAn $724,185 88

$ s PEOPLE'S WANTSK LIABILITIES.
t
1EMBkSY4APPEALS Ordinance to provide for the paving and
}curbing certain streets in the City of Orlando.Be .
:. it Ordained by the City Council of the Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000 00

s JNNIII 1188" Section City of L Orlando That the: following named streets Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . .. 39,961 35

Notices. of Lad Waatot, For Sale For shall be paved with brick of the width speci. Re-Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None
loot; ... for thfe ..... 26e for one oW.Me fied for each street and shall be curbed with
T _____ i .for throe *..,or LOO for ooo cwt, farad concrete curb four by fourteen inches. Bills Payable . . . . . . . . ;.. .. . . . None
t : II .... or..... ...., ant asesatparrf North Orange Avenue from* Washington Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . .':: .. . . 582,669 47
:NOT TO ,ABOUT HIStCOUNTly ( ertiMBMiti for tUs ...a. M BO Street to Colonial Drive,-fill in with brick
ti r-' ,; "JOKE i *1uaa Vifl a aids OB'.; ... average width of 14 feet \ Due to Banks . . . . . . . . .:. : . . . 1,55506
:: : :. 'WHICH HAS North Orange Avenue Colonial Drive to .. ',
.. the connection with Lake Ivanhoe Boulevard -
WANTED. good second hand au-
extension of North
Orange Avenue 80 feet
ortfr, ....., ;It i ..:BEEN. 'FRIENDLYkfa tomobile-no "junkheap." Apply Lake Ivanhoe Boulevard extension of North $724,185 88
:. f." : 'J Magnolia House, corner South and I Orang Avenue to city limits 18 feet
,_ : Boone streets, between 5 and 6 o'clockp. South Orange Avenue from end of brickat Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . : $291,393

1}:i _ (.It.:.PeerTape.. to Make m." 9-4-4t with Phillips'brick'of Garage average to width Lucerne of Circle 14 feet fill in Reserve required by Law . . . . . . . 116,533 89

}; '. mtnm.Aluoioao;to .AiytkMsf FOR. ,. -SALE=Second hand sewing South Gore Avenue Orange Avenue 18 feet'Core from Lucerne Circleto .
'
in Excess of Amt. Law
Reserve
Required by $174,859 59Deposits
: ; Pert4si h g ie' theWaimea : machines;'drop head Singers, rota- Kuhl Avenue Avenue from 24 feet South Orange Avenueto '

WarkEweft: TIWhite, rotary Standard, New Kohl Avenue from Gore Avenue to Southern on June 3Q, 1913 . . . . . . . $527,758 '
: Home,',.and ;other makes. Will be Central city limits Avenue 20 from feet Atlantic Deposits on June 3D, 1914 . . . . . . . 582,66949
. sold cheap for cash this month. Call Coast Line ,
r ; 32L C. B. Railroad to Garland Street fill in with brick f .-..
Sept. 5.-The Turkwb at Singer Office, or,phone 14 feet -
:lii.i ',was';stffl, without. advices Lindsay,'manager. 8-11-tf, Central Avenue from Garland Street to. INCREASED . . . . . . . . . $54,91148The
Western city limits 80 feet
.
fre. CoRftofitinopk today,; but the WANTED-Two miles of secondhandrails Central Avenue from Main Street to West
..mhriMdnr.A. ':Rutem ',Bey, 'in' 'a ; ,- for tram road. Address Dr. Street fill in with brick of width of 14 feet management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors
:UtimMnt reMBtmg American' news- W. S. Burkhart,Lockland, 0. 9-5-3t merline Central Street Avenue 24 from feet. West' Street to Sum- to persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal its

:, .ptftr;wit at the expense of tbe bel- Lucerne Robinson Circle, entire circle, 18 feet treatment and,to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
Avenue from' railroad
:lI MtJu8ihf.Ti; ,:. t asa WANTED:-To exchange four good Avenue 24 feetRobinson to Orange Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
Y.
lots set with fruit trees and near Avenue from Orange Avenue to
eiof':tie;.nations ;which.: had "not.yit"e I city limits, for Ford Touring car, 1914 East Street 24 feetMagnolia safely conducted bank are cordially invited. ; ea---drawn ,into the vortex of model. 'Call, 306 West Concord avenue Avenue from'Robinson Avenue to
Colonial Drive 24 feetHnghey
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ismtrnmitzwnnnzznunItiliflnnnunnuu
w.: .1 1 9-6-6t Street from. Central Avenue to ilhttitin Ittill #. _ _
: American
,f _"What> .I -. ', a the,.-American papers 1"1'.e Washington Street full width of present roadway -
Washington Street .to Robinson Avenue. DYNAMITING done in all its branches. .
WHERE SHALL I GO TO
: SCHOOL
:tak,jekes:Md'J i fef reejwatly 24 feet. [( ?
with
'C- = ": FOR RENT Beautiful dwelling Main Street from Jackson Street to Lucerne Clearing land is our specialty.Let ,
t.'the. expense=of"one.or, the, other..of garage; elegantly furnished; on Circle 24 feet do work. Estimates I
Y i :the: Ewefeaa.;coaatrwe engaged:.in Lake" Lucerne.. Jas...A..,.Knox. Main Street from Jackson Street to Church us your t FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
full width. 'cheerfully given. L. N. Lewis, 406
FOR WOMEN
:the eedict. Bow,.raging ::or :expected 8-27-tf West Street, Central Avenue to Anderson street 714lmoORLANDO. \ sALNESVILLF;
S. East
: itsand ha '"Cartoons Street 24 feetAnderson
tojoa> .areaJaoJajtesgad TALLAHASSEE.
FOR RENT Street from West Street to DeLaney -
? in aa:a,means. of torn- ,Fourteen m house; modem, uptodate Street 24 feetDeLaney College of Arts and Sciences;Normal School I -
Street from Anderson Street to School of Music School of Expression;
:- .;, fag.::iato..ridicule _tot.; misfortune ..orb ; partly furnished:'on Lucerne .Gore Avenue 24 feet School of Art: Extension; Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts: '
:abate-_of':those'who:'are 'J.'F.Wa 730d&wtf.FOR Atlantic Coast Line Railroad full width of pool; basket ball and tennis court;new and 'College I ; Experiment Station; Extension Division
,.
the terribla anxiety and doubts of ne tat ral School
;: : present roadway. e I modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormitories ;Graduate School Ten new brick build
f :tboeewbolxive; not'yet: been drawn ,... South Street from Orange Avenue to At- have all modern conveniences; new miSt, besides gymnasium swimming pool and
: lantic Coast Line Railroad full width of pres- dining room and kitchen most hygienic in many subsidiary buildings. 61
RENT Two office in officers Instructors
;
spaces
J :late'the';:Heedy:vortex.. .Turkey hasia ent roadway. FLORIDA Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 counties and assistants 154 young mea
:oaristore at No. 9 W. Charehstreet Anderson Street from DeLaney Street and 12 last session.
to states 47 Florida counties and 24 States and
: ;seine for.Uttch-of:thk journalistic GOBI'in and we win show yon. Pierce Lake Street. 24 feet (Formerly known as PelLdark School) TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last session.
; :. is tr ;.; S eekiag';for:-my country ,-''Ekctric Co. 3-29-tf Lake Street from Anderson Street to Pal School Board acd entrance fees for the] TUITION FREE, Board and Entrance Fees
1' mer Street, 24 feet year $124.00. For catalogue write 1132.50 Write
- OCTOBER 7 per year. today for catalogue
IE9FENS
h J wffl Bay.'LLthat.whie.:: ,wit ,is a i Concord Avenue from Magnolia Avenue to I EDWARD CONRADI. President A. A. MURPHREE. President
r. ..;, ; MISCELLANEOUS Trenton Street 24 feet .
"
:fvedeM arty.and: 'many of. the I for GirlsRegular
q Hillcrest Avenue from Magnolia Avenueto A Boarding and Day School ,
1 -writers:of. 'colomns undoubtedly f Broadway, 24 feet and Special Count*-Primary.
fnany I
ROOMS-House Intermediate and Academic Grades-
BOARD AND newlv
i '
'" :. Boone Street from Church Street to South
Iy' pooacoo- ,laige:measures. of iVitj furnished and remodeled. Northern Street, full width of present roadway. Hub-Art Elocution-Physical Culture FOR RENT-Five room house with FOR SALE
;
13, 'betrays. .. .'.alack, .'-of, -'.-human. feeling_'and!I cooking. $5- and $6 per week. .Street Boone 20 Street feet from South Street to Irvine Domestic and Sumindings.,8deaee-Acb.-Qmate rabJe Healthful Situation five acres of good truck land; fif- Nwsery stock, one, two, three and

=f deKeaey,wbi hare.mach: : more preeie -.|Excellent location. Magnolia House I Marks Street from Orange Avenue to Lake- Careful Homo Life-Capable Teachers lour year old buds; Foster Early,
minutes walk
t % corner South and Boone streets. Mrs. view Avenue 24,feet; Lakeview Avenue from Low Rates. teen from postoffice.
i B than wit to see 111'.,the disturbed Marie Lewis, 9-4-lm Marks Street to Lake Ivanhoe, 16 feet Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington -
manager. &
I Roderick P. Cobb, Bishop Hann.President .
l.f : Church Street from Garland Street Par- Rev. Address Sumpter F. Davis, 209 Irvine Address
t :or;;;lAreatened: destinies of a nation to Rector. Navel; Mrs M.Kahl.
amore Street, 24 feetChurch ,
'
h ',which, has+ always, lived on' friendly I Street from Main to West Street. street. 8-25-6t Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
\ FOR SALE-A No. 1 saddle ,mare.
fill in with brick.
Ji: 'terns.with the.United'States, an;oceatton or. _buggy horse. Address care American Street from Atlantic Coast Line

;:{ t 8MiIes.forindacing'Hatred J hor'e'all en Wright's, Box 567.: 9-2-tf I Railroad Adopted to September Lucerne Circle 1, 1914.E. 24. feet M I 114/iii=::U::=\" '\ \'\'\\'\'\\'\\\\\\" \\\\\\\\" " " " ,,, ,\,'\t
4 revenge; envy, .
.,,' NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet F. SPERRY.
the_'strong:passions, may with excuse potato' slips at $1.75 per 1,000. .. Attest. : CARL JANSEN. Mayor.
,!.j exploit such situations, not..humor, Quick detirery. Cash. Apopka Plant City Clerk. &jyweJ11l& Jffiwt
', which,' is:'always "aceompaniedwith; Co., Appka-Fla. 5-24-tf

i: I. ,Sian of.mind.' :,.. I Who is your:palmer and decorator? NOTICE OF ELECTION'

G ; !,1" appeal Jo, the'. American public If,yon'are satisfied keep.the'one you
({ against'such :excesses.on:,the part;of have;, if not,. phone W. T. Entrican, State To of the Florida Sheriff: of Orange County of,the

;the'papers. ;which. ..:serve\them.". !&. 686. 1-20-tf( FORD.Be it Secretary Known' That of State I, H.of CLAY the State CRAW of They Were to

1 : PRIVATE BOARD-The Longmere, Florida, do hereby give notice that a
'at Daytona Beach GENERAL ELECTION ,
t can accommodate
'. Win be held in Orange State of
County
_ KI88O1MEE ORANGE CROPS ARE
r six
: or seven people at $6
per Florida,
on Tuesday next succeeding the first
c \ ,SOiD. ON.\'TREES, week.: Two people' $10 per week Monday in Novmber, A. D. 1914. the said

i- it ri .. : House Address new C. M.and recently refurnished Thesday r THIRD being the DAY OF NOVEMBER be Married Soon
Longe, Daytona Beach,,
j. ' .The cwp.of.:oranges'.and' .grapefruit" I Fla. 9-3-31 t For Florida,United, for States six years Senator from from 0 Mach the 1,.state i915.of' ,
\ :.the :Kate grew' at= Frey Point For, Representative from the Fourth
ha oe'tbc trees to gressional District of the State of ,
*)bew.soW Henry
Q ,
the Sixty-fourth Congress of the Cln\\
_ 'R.. Overstraet," who ,has also oughtir&it.0I States. '
: For Commissioner of Agriculture of Came to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of
n. .tin- ,. ;** *- .- tI.rMre.. ; grove' ,'adjefeiag. . the EatzParties the For State Two of Justices Florida.of the Supreme Court cf four or five rooms. They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable*

i i 1' Se:- For Two Railroad Commissioners> of the yet the'amount ol'money whkh-they had available for the furnishing of their'

0 ifiteweted ,refused. to say State of Two Florida.'For Members of the House of Representatives home made expensive peices prohibitive.
what tiM e-frait aadee'alsod"fo in I of the State oY Florida.
AUGUSTINEand
considerable with through stock.
i1 .. i For Sheriff. They spent us looking our large
.
eaeh.: :Mr,. Kit:said<;however, that'n For For Tax County Collector.For Assessor. of Taxes. We'offered a lew suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were

Ms :;eight i :acres of,; bearing grovewwddaet Treasurer.. .
County
.f : "' much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they
"'J him. as.much:,this.. year. .asLady return Fer Five County Commissioners.
For Three Members of the County Boardof should
: thought they want..
: more. The fruit from. Public Instruction. '
'. floe grove,last:year brought'.$4,600. lowing. For Justice Justice of the Peace in and for the fol After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doing

'. jft, fruit from i 'both -the"Katz and lenday S t. 7th No. 14. Districts vii: the best possible( with'their appropriation they came back and placed their or-

i.. :Lee_"gtovee's is.of,a. very:fine: quality No.No. 15.20. der with us.

ii aid always.bri&gs>good prices. KisYalky No. 22., homemakers whom
This.is of hundreds of
i For Constable in and for the following Justice atypical example we are
:..... ; I
.y Gue et Districts. vis: .
VIA pleasing.
$ L No. '2. .
:i t "- No.1.No. 'We extensive stock of service-able attractive
i an homefurnishings
fj .. carry ,
10.
tim,m KI )ED TO MEET EXTtA \ .
i " ": ,CONSULAR t ,EXPENSE' Mla1tt 'Jast( line No.No. 15.14.. grading from the lowest priced which are good, to the verybest. Your appropriation -

4_ K 'WaaWagtea,.Sept -Secretary! of : ) No.No. 20.22.' for furnishing your home may anything from 175 toioooor more

,';' Stote.. 'Bryan today aeked'coagresa'for' ... Ia Testimony Whereof. I have here tnto :--you can make the most ot it with us.
set ay hand and affixed the Great Seal of the
V.> ;aa" apgregrlattol 'ofi'l.,)eo,000 'to Special train will. .I leave:Orlando State of Florida. at Tallahassee the Capital,-
,
o,>rNt setts:e>Ies of the__dtplomatcalias."ee I at 1:21'p. nix this 1914.the twenty-fourth- day of August A... D. .c'

5 ,. ... & -, sernees, .,in ':caring,;.for (L. S.) H. .CLAY CRAWFORD,
1. < .
c f ttbe:IMerests' of :warring}' nations ofBiHoas Tickets good on special To J. F..Gordon Sheriff Secretary,Orange. of' County State." ., Kincaid L Snowden
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: y = c train only Limited to
1f ., '-' ,' September . .
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WOOD. COAL AND ICE
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R it tJllieu" :ietal'Mfiryfwyfwyfw hi,beavyaftertrair : t Wood, ?L50 a strand up.. :Thud'sCoal ' "

\ '"tatfet ,CwBtekia,sallow? Far: :informaton call 'on Yard, phone,566. 9-31-tf r.r.bri ;d dander atjjPepiilar Prices
d u.. '..... ,.MMS' .waking. 'up.aiteafe.. Ticket' -
k IIitIJ t \ rb; ...; . 'Agent. ,,or OFENALL MIGHT '
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.. .. / I > ,Cor.ifamlQdPine Stsd' KOrkndo ,Florida

': w .-; .'J..:G. .i&KLAND, D; 'P. A., .The"Cllty' Drag Store is at TIr*wviee : !
fJ ... I '* Jy j' Twpa, ,Fterife.. - -- both day and. .nigfet" Frasmyf.- ,
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N*"w. ;; -0 A. :K"Lk' A. N D -' MODEL TOURING- CAR, $1285.00, DELIVERED 1 I

: \
., -: : : ., ' .. .o Stylish, ,comfortable,, pleasure car, seating five passen J
j'2.
'. : : .. : .. . with room to The graceful low "NEW OAK- .
it ; ', ';: : .. tDYAS THE Kit; gers spare. ,
ifs'r.r, OA'
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f :" :: ':.,,;; ..... 't. : ,>J 1\ ,, .' -. .' LAND"stream line body, the German silver V shaped

ibis ei;a I.' ; foe the;O klfl_ < //the NEW- ; OAKLAND. Ic S O w. radiator, the heavy crown fenders and the broad run- ,{
-
ning boards give it beauty and style unsurpased even in
:n .- ; ;: car.a fir lia attract'of dtlathersfix' { priced "
..... ..\ .. : the highest cars. The "NEW OAKLAND, Model
n 37, is a unity of beauty, power, economy and service- i

'Nni :More. Power, 'X. Greater *Economy. X; Utmost Comfort a car you will be proud to drive alongside of the best of .i
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>> them and enjoy the comparison.
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( The' four cylinder, silent Oakland-Northway motor ,

,n.lJ d".. .".' .... ,y provides more power than you will ever need; marked '
'1". r,.. # .. economy in fuel consumption has been accomplished by

1 '..... ..I .... .' 1"i '. : 'reducing the weight of the car and equipping it with the Oakland-Stewart vacuum gaso- J
I ,,,!yo ,. .. ,' lene feed
doing away with the pressure system. ;

J'f\ .:. The low construction of the car without decreasing the' road clearance adds to the

t Ij: ,,( ,safety, comfort and joy of riding. Fully equipped with Standard, Delco Starting

Lighting, and Ignition system, with automatic spark advance, Non-skid tires in rear, !
Oakland One-man top, absolutely true to name, Heavy Crown Fenders, extra large 1

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

I ,center of steering wheel, Headlights with dimmer, Shroud light, Tail light, Tools, !
License Tag Brackets, in fact, every modem improvement and convenience for the com
fort and safety of the driver and passengers. 1

: Watch for our light six adds, also roadsters and speedsters. Prices from $1150 to i
/1&a1I Loin Hodddl $1775. .

'S. 0jJ"1;$ ,

g J. B. MAGRUDER, Distributers, Oakland Garage j


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:. DAILY ;SPORT LETTERFfaakG.M OPENING DATES OF HOTELS 'llllllllllililllllMliiMMIMHtMMMtMIMHItMMUMIIIIttlMttlllMMM" *

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: ; ke); Opening dates for the hotels of the
New':teik,:Sept-7;=The:closeness Florida East Coast Hotel Company

\the Ration*! .League'race,means have been fixed and were announced TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD I

t:'the'mapatea, : who,:faced huge today. The Hotel Ponce de Leon will

.. .'_;'_:July_ :1st either. will make I # open this season January 12th and will
I
; year or.'do;BO,worse'thanraahei close' April 3rd. The ,Hotel Alcazar COOK WITH GAS

'- :,' .' ) ,The. :Brave*;'--aIeegabout, opens December 4th and closes April f
ntbiie, Day,looked rare to lose 12th. The many friends in St. Augus- ,
,8t :fig 'r the :season. tine of Robt Murray and Wm. Mc- 1
'. apart has)lade them Adiffe will be pleased to learn that ,

the:'grett.st' ', ,ifciwtog' ,;card. ( in, the they will as usual be in charge as i
-
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a4'even if"tkiy."'t,win'the 4 managers of the two hotels respec- 1. Convenience. 6. Speed
t.tMr ought to fekh the seasomothkf tively.

It. '. 1; :-mi ,mjmi, ',to ,-the, Indications generally point to a 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency .
.. most successful winter season. The 'II
i8"; = tide'beat andooaeia war situation abroad has put a crimpin Cleanliness 8. Safety L .
baseball that the trips to the Riveria and else- .
'abeen'eaiby aiyofthe, ..'St. where of the wealthy class of Americans 9. Perfect Regulation .1:

[Louis teams :for. years', .will ;:make and they will turn to Florida in 4 Simplicity ,
money.,.its year.. liter have_:'drawn 'stead. Taken altogether.it is believed of Heat 1

[big crowds:at:fcome and:big crowds \ that the coming,year will, prove a 5.. Accessibility
I abroad ;J"Even, ,'the.;Cabs: '..., :who, ,:,'got banner one.-St. Augustine Record. 10. Economy 'j
y to'a i hiieeablestart both'roanlad' '

,, V;t**. 8b diflg:,will firishoiUd -' UTILE WAR NEWS .OUT OF "
Ish the 4iaaoe.:'liths;;profit unless' PARIS

they' go *Q pkess very- audiJ,3 -' 2.. COMFORTA j

: JJT" . tI'', London, Sept. 5.-A disptach to
ThevGikats,;of.'coarse,.;wiH' :finish Reuters from Paris xsays official announcements GAS RANGE is the greatest producer of REAL COMFORT in the

|with a'blg'pti It.. .Thoy.havedrawnnparttiwly are becoming more laconic modem kitchen. If you cook with GAS all unnecessary work is eliminated

:,Ifcrfe, -: owi8. ,t'y ear, : Apparently. there are still and cooking is made a pleasure. There is no wood to bring in,
Inn the'roW!wid-the crew i "(attheir Germans in Paris, as a notice has
no'ashes to carry out, no dirt and soot to clean up-nothing to do but
borne, g ,e eekHy with ,some 'UneedaBliclult been displayed informing Germans
I dole rivai as the ecpeaug I team,Kayeeear1y.y Austrians. that they, must present "turn a, valve and strike a match."

"always ''pidsdtheimmenseThe ; themselves in the St. Lazare rail In warm weather especially, the comforts of cooking with a Gas i
[Brash sta Hnu t* .0'-\ way'station at a given hour in order
the Range are very apparent, because the kitchen is kept "clean, cool, andcomfortable"
: 'Tempt appetite,
,Pirmt .DodJwsaBd ,Philliesftrffl that they may be transported else-
'-aot _iieaey:,tort;they;aren't, ; please the taste and where. '.. without the slightest effortNo './
j folnc to 1_,- ..' ,-ww*..,:JCwt Ukoly i :'.nourish the body.Crn4eax .,heat is wasted to make the room as hot as the oven itself and

|they.'Wij. 1.bnak. '..- ."h, "A'd.:.aaoath:ago ;." ; -cents and' fresb. Try Sentinel dassified advertise: the fire is turned out the instant the cooking is done.
1 .big,lowrs, fit. the 5
looked hta
they : ments wanting to buy, sell or rent I COOK WITH GAS AND BE COMFORTABLE.
I fact that fw teams whaaehed for "

1 the"whiri into lie Lore e etc teeeaa I ',' The Robert Hungerford Normal I
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[that ;eachyW "d aw:;:c w4r'tO'. the- and Industrial'School will throw open '

parks, ;iwviiBstter--t;; ..- .wherethey' 'are. Round. thin, tender- its doors October 1, 1914, for. its.fall ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

,: .. l . ,with,,a' delightful flavor- term.. We hope all students will'ptesent be .
.During the?sariee JB'the, Wrt- .the -=appropriate'luncheon -' on the first day. The'buildings .

Cob when; '.drew;big.CTewdsvea .+ ," tea, and dinner are ,being thoroughly renovated GAS DEPARTMENT s
'and Phiffiesoastitntedtfce zo cents
and everything being made' as comfortable -
''may. ; the :share'of f as possible. Any information IIMIMIttiimiimiiiiim
'
.
:"receipts that the;fig .teams '
the "; concerning the school may be
got for' tike, aeries-tan .far.iafir: theft ivo ANCRACKERS.Made %o M hi fby writing'Mrs. R. C. Calhoun,
ve figure .' 'J Eatonvflle Florida. 8-8-Sat-tf
': "...J'n"- ; WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES I a
The :PiraUs ears jwt: ,
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at home,'ttotpt wt .,the Braves and AND DO ALL KINDS OFOPTICAL a

Giants_ ::aretthe' J ''akraaiefl-- ,.". ,bet',--'..'they t>, :ingredients;of the. Baked finest For Sale REPAIRING $8 C Charleston an 'Return $8

ought to' niake," $:aiy,deftek on.their 'to 'perfection. The

last,swing:,amend.. 'thenea. .t hattte:.is' with;the Gia. ta'':and' .BODto&eee -, food. xb cents VIA _
:in:theee,otieg..
; .
The. Reds. for the first. ,, tie.b,many, .. '
> :Buy biscuit Baked by and of,the
sale -
Weak Cows for people surrounding
years may'.. ahead..of,the game.They "Clyde Line"First
,made.mobs'lip"to.July;1st; be- NATIONAL BISCUIT country are invited to in*

case,they, were, i1\:the: fight almostup poet the stock.' DR. L H. RAMSDEU

'tc(that time, For.:the: next six, C.O'M"PAtNAi Reasonable prices. Call on or address OPTOMETRIST
meets'they t,'bat the:games,with (SacccMor to Dr. 0. P. Ukfaa) Class, Meals and Berth IncludedThis
ay's look for that Name. .JAMES N. SEWELL,
the, l.r.. Giants. ;in. Cincinntai' ORLANDO, i FLORIDA
; & W Winter Garde, Fla.
helped.'to'::swell,.the. income, : figures. 8-22-D
Another :;windfall awaits 'them when special rate good on any of Company's
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they-oake-their' ".last, 'tear.of'-the-east- ; -- steamers August 22nd to October 17th
v JT > ; 'w FOR SALE
.*; .*' Ol..J inclusive.

The;"situation is different', in, ,the -'.,rJllftT''Jc11R'THE j AT A- >
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Athletics.oaly,oee. 'or. ;.\.wo-:dabs. ''will- ,
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make"money and ;even::,tWr.'profits BARGAINThree '
will. .he;ama1L-,'The AtWetics ,ill.'be., MARKET Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every .
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, lucky'coring''?. ,t69.this>season dcspHe ten Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m. .
acre tracts on
..the" great; .... Wj8c"thJ._ "have-
amrde.: ; Of; Cleanliness Of Quality Orlando and Kissimmee road,

Almost. .'a'month, 'agoit., '.looked, :cerrain ' only two and one half miles For reservations and further particulars apply to
that'the:Athletics weld win the
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pennant. :They overshadowed" FEES! AND SALT MEATS '' from the post office, Orlando.
: every "
: H. G. WENZEL Fla. Pass. Agent
;few Will sell one or all. The ,
rtxr; team s '.in:the'i kftgw ki ,FTSB -AND GAME
. fans went:oat'to the., games ia which will double when the
, .. fW k ._ dttiMtt. price 122 W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE FLA. -
they::participtUd.; They: amid: tome ,I tt,. M C I *Ow: tart tW ,
,I; 'contest and .with the;Athktkson ht i I _II".aft1 ttmTike flu,-u* kept task brick, road is laid.'" Other

. one.side (loot the 'semblance n'of aeontet ' -". . small tracts for grove: purposes -
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,. : we. ... i ,ul .. tee at buying The Sentinel is the only Sentinel subscribers
progressive who
With,the_ \Athletics hoktifig.. 1. s."h'ig'lad.the I eregti.S' .tIa e 1Iim'uM., desirable contemplate
groves andc'city between
Sivas:iaothorities metropolitan morning paper vacations in the mountains t r

-: ;:felt/th*: home )team:.',bad'> ,MARKET property at prices that 'com Jacksonville and Tampa. Sendit elsewhere, may have the Sentinel by '
dMtteHor the hoMrs. :;Ana wW the > th PARLOR mail
without
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fan fee..that,w.y the'tanstt*fort < and elsewhere.To and the address changed as often as
.'this like._TffcWTOft.: ;IB(vBi01 Bft99'i has :.1IL.M'&if&ECc. Cooper $ AttaH4 desired.
home ies .. .
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\.'j I! 1 jANKYOUR MONEY, '. 1 i yille L. L, on':wedding September. -. 'at 3rd>Amity-, wiwritten'

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l'i" .' ;' "'\n- v /tHo: E'C'K' \ was one,of the guests, and was received ]11E1rUftM.vt17j
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t'i"":f -''' .1. ;:. '4. ':; r '' on Long ; was the scene of a R5; ) t
t.y' > :> .} 1't.! quiet but exceedingly beautiful wed
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,, :. :: TI : ' ;, ding last evening: at eight o'clock. ..... tt
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.: i t. .t :: :Ym ' .. ,_ ; DONS' OVERLOOK .CHECKS:', of.OrlandoFla.., 111111 : ;/ THERE SHOULD BE

.,n. ; < ."'f This) .thi FaM.to:start.a'checking ac- The' wide'verandas which run 'full .
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length of two sides of the comfortable
:Jlf 0 i i :,_ 'count-to' get' 'm. the :habit'.of. paying in l f {t I ,house,were decorated with many ; ; A Constant Battle '

': t (' .. the:-way,that bringsba.k'a.receipt every Japanese ,lanterns. small evergreen
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, \;), ,.. -.rtiHi I''I trees, and golden rod, yellow being
"r. '> --" t '",' ,the color scheme>,in ail the appoint- : i Against Waste Thru Personal
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*::'% for they satisfy A the staircase between bands of white ; and Home Expenses '
rcbecfe: ; are good receipts' '
't ribbon which were held, by the two
'' i ;te:'Coarts. So ':we: ,'say: Don overlook brothers and eight friends of the ." i .,
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I _! tom: This is the "Tall to' start; *yourcbeckifig bride. These led to the drawingroom 'An account in the Peoples National r
.j'. ., .. T which decorated in
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) .. 1', ; ferns and cut flowers, and under a Bank will prove to beAFortressofStrength
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i _tojwak with.g wedding bell made of, real white .'
asters the ceremony was performed.

., . Rev. Munson, of Brooklyn, a life long .. : ;.

: t' :: ,d The.State. Bnk of Orlando friend of the family, performed the ''
4 "r .-- ". <" : -. ". -, ceremony. in time of your need and establishes

;>..- '1. Z -"". .Miss McChesney's only attendantwas : your standing in the community

?: HI . Miss Marion Darling, who was ;.: .-..,
<. .f ,!\:. I II't. daintily gowned in yellow chiffon and
,: (fer.
carried a huge bouquet of cloth of .I..J
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.:c.t. f \ : , --- L '. gold roses. The bride was beautifulin .
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.',;. .- : : .-'-' gown being a Paris creation of bro i} t ;J. '

E: . . .. : caded satin with a square court train
".. ",'L DEATH.:OF" '''..W.' WEIGHT the late home tomorrow afternoon at I and tulle veil trimmed in real orange I .. .. ... ... :. --, .', ... . -' ,,-- :." :.'. ..... .. ,..,-. "" :' .' .' ..' ."' :
: '... : blossoms. The bodice was fashioned ".' q", ...
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: ; .. 3:30 Rev. J. E. Wray officiating. I :
r tJ 1deboaa, on Rock Lake, at 6:30 Messrs.'John C. ''Jones, V. W., Estes, of rose point lace and her bouquet V.S:'%' w-v::>; \VT'V.x'-.' >i.r-s-'i.*OV:'
$ =eeg ,Mr.,W. W.:'Wright was of orchids and lilies of the valley. f
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ID 9 9ton
Miller E.
P. Nolan, A.
: W. George Kendrick acted best [D 2
); t-: *.d:sSsrs:; long.. and.painful. illness, Guernsey as
M. Harris, Justin Van Buskirk, E. H. ,
z ; .....>)rty-tkree_ ..; years. .His :death Inane ; .
:Wa Mt'wopeeted bat brings a.pang Walker/and M..11[. Smith will act as After the ceremony the hundred or :;:,:.:.::..... . .. ..;' ;
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t1 il'.mw'tohMred'_, Of frMada. 'who ui pall.bearers. I more guests came forward to offer ..
resi- congratulations and good wishes. Mr. 3g&# & $p$ M&
't! have known:him daring his loog, One 'of the brothers of the deceased ;
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;jeaee rIeri&.. J' and Mrs. McChesney received with
f; of New
; Mr. J. W. C. Wright,
the wedded Mrs. McChes-
\ He' :WM.:tiw proprietor of the newly pair.
; Wriffc laid 'Etate comNf :Orleans,-and.a sister of Mrs. Wright, ney's gown was of black lace over Beacham, Dolive and Johnson,I boo RESCUED FROM LINER AT her to Hull with all the refugees.

A *;> efthis.,cHy,. -.t'i been I Mrs.' F., E._Allen, are expected to arrive white satin. An elaborate four course Mr. and Mrs. Guernsey left by auto !' SEAContinued The scene on the Solway as s

# itortiid. .wttfa.the'agricultural Intertiteof -. <: in time, for the funeral supper was served on the ,'porches, for New York, from which point they docked was distressing. Wives wt
,. and punch was served during the en- will proceed to the Adirondack moun-
tfctcwnty
I : I ; had lost husbands and mothers
I-s Mr. Wrigfet'..was born" "at" .Midwon- ':Mr. and Mrs. S.. W. Howe left last tire evening. The gifts were on display tains where the honeymoon will. be ( from page 1) had lost their children sobbed withoi

t,'en Oetebwl9: {1861, aad ifl sor-I night for New York: and other points, in an upper room and kcluded spentMrs. few minutes after being saved. restraint. Most of,the Russians we
I ...'bybde'ie;',whom be'married where.they will spend,a vacation of many useful and beautiful home.furnishings Most of the passengers suffered i still in a panic and when they learne

: :k,, 1W6,,'two. ;daughters, .Alta:' andBfaa several,weeks. all in perfect taste. J. R..Davis and mother, Mrs.A. somewhat from shock and exposurebut that the boat was about to take the
S 'aid .'one'.wn- -, ,WhitBey., ;lie .--- An orchestra furnished music for D. Cornell, returned yesterday afternoon restoratives and warm food were up the river to Hull many protested
k I, .JM lip Jkwe:siflters,'one in MenjW Among; the Orlandoites 'who have the dancers later and Mr. Cestia Law- from Pass-a-Grille and other given them under direction of the fiercely, refusing to leave solid tar

t J.u ,:,,7' .Li. .,aM' .two" in" Los.Angeles... retnrnedtfrom: their' summer, vacations ton sang the ever popular *Rosary." points on.the West Coast Runo's surgeon on the trawlers. Be again.
";Cri,:_ twebiethecs'one; ; living inN :is :Mr.. J.,W. Rex and family. The guests included many out of fore reaching here most of the vic-

U, : w:OtkttB.afid fce o&er_to Miwdsit They spent several.weeks north,visiting -I I town friends and the Orlando contingent Everybody would like to be goodif tims were transferred to the passen- The fun of trading horses is that

t in Pennsylvania, Ohio and WestYifgiaku was composed of Mrs. W. S. there was any. cheerful company to ger steamer Solway. After she you get cheated so did the other fe{

t ,f';, ., '. ,\mcnm- -... .will ,be held', It I.Branch, Miss Branch, Messrs., Law- keep it in. docked here it was decided to send low.
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