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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 9, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00429
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.)
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: t foltmMlfHN'() :1_' FTCTRtJS. ,GERMAN BIGHT WING SEVERELY- ,PUNISHED BY THE NONE BUT DEMOCRATS f FREEDOMFAILSIF[[

,,, BRITISH AND, FRENCH FORCES. WHICH TOOK
'eAMcER- ON ELECTION TICKET
THOUSANDS OF PRISONERS
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T. :t' '- . ' EXPERTS FROM: WASHINGTON Decisive Battle Raging Between Russians I NAMES TO BE PRINTED
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ARE AIDING FIGHTAGAINSTDISEASE THEREON CERTIFIEDTO

,: ;" .; FRANCE. .. [ and Austrians: THIS COUNTY I INAR

t1f f : ; : -:__- :o' FireIs:: the'Oaly Method Found Other Parties Failed to Participate -

:THIS'* REPORT:'RECEIVED That. 'Will Eradicate Trouble Result Favorable to the Russians May Open Way to Vienna and in Primary and Cannot THAT'S THE WAY RUDYARD

; ff' 'BRQ1E- ;ITM4f Insecticides Proving Possibly to Berlin-Battle Has. Been 'Raging for Get Candidates on the KIPLING SEES THE

:';> tt.. I NIWSPAPER1.' a 'i oi'' No Avail I Three Days and the, Austrians Have Ticket SITUATION {
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Suffered Heavy losses -
Palatka, Fla., Sept. -Prof.. R. H. Usually about this time every two
r fiIJSEPKUT 1 AI Rolf> director 'of the experimental years the newspapers of Fonda are STRONG APPS[Al fOR MORE MN[

f. b -' station: at:Gainesville, was in'he ctiy Paris, Sept. 8.-Special.-According to official reports the urging the voters to register and save

Wvt.v Arctasd, 'RMDOJQ,,Over Monday_on his way:home from Dade advantage in today's fighting lies,entirely with the*allies, the Ger- the party at the November election, Famous Author Believes If Germany -
:. and he that' to the French 'office '"being forced back all hinting at dark and mysterious
: : ::1 county, ,declares progress mans, according war ,
tlw Wfck S L tfce, ArttkV Wins They Will Ultimately
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'. : " 'tM"Nerih'; : .I iS-being made, there ,in fighting the along ,the line." Many prisoners were, taken. schemes, the Socialists, Republicans,
jCkau. .;>Mi ; citrus i canker 'infecting that Bull Moose ,' Rule the
,--- t . now sec- Populists, Independents
'n T principal fighting of theday'-was; in the center, from Fere
; 1, Se8 i : and other political associations are World
r'-,: l . tion.The'disease has not shown 'itselfamenable I Vitry-Ie-Francers to points south of the forest Argonne.. A about to work to throttle the unterri- -

'J : RXtalyiviaLoadon: : Sept: 8. to treatment with insecticides series'of violent assaults were delivered upon the :French holding fied Democracy of the state and cap- London, Sept 8.''There is no mid
\o or ,fungicides, and the. only this line but repulsed. The German columns forced 1 ture office, from to "
.<8f. ii.ia" :Frwce:;today'atttat'of.250OOO: method of coping with, the new and finally to fall back upon positions even further from Paris. constable.The ling declared at a mass meeting last
f_ - -' : little known infection that'has proven The most decisive engagement occurred on the German right people have become accustomedto night at Brighton."It .
;! i.\Ty'wwapuper attributes Emperor successful so far is the destruction of this biennial warning and naturally is not conceivable that we E
which driven back the river Marne
WiiliMft's i pfw eer' tMetz; to ..thistaaeeafeatien the diseased tree,by means'of fire and was toward' ; between. Meaux pay litlte attention to it,.but the should fail, for if we fail the lights of
;of theK1J8 iaD&fJ. ,. : burning the, ground around the tree and Sezanne. This army is reported'crumpled by the-British and war or the high cost of ink and paper freedom go out over the whole world.
- -, < o.cde&troy all the fungus. The 'disease French who took thousands of prisoners.The have caused the newspapers to neg- "They may glimmer for a little in
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:"j the ;:..... .Diraietaiaia, which I was brought. in from Texas on forces opposing the allies' left, from the river Ourcq to lect this important work the western hemisphere, but a Ger-
;. resth.d';New';York .September '3rd, nursery stock; Montmiral on the petit Morin river, were,engaged all day. However, the party is saved recently.\\many dominating half the world by
: ;tfce.int;report*'otxteasivelaadiag ,Several government and state officials The nearest fighting was '28 miles from Paris. ida and it is ich cha bibble sea and land will most certainly extinguish -
., w Ratika'troops at:French are aiding ,in the work of destroying ( Democrats this time. them in every quarter.
; = .'this The The German left al attempted..an offensive movement along When the tickets for the November
ports.; ..The :.strkt, 'censorship. new enemy. warfare 'Through no fault nor wish of ours
FWtaW' kiars v -k*H.:of_this inteUi-: is carried along' down there in a the line from Chateaux Salins to Nancy, but was repulsed, the !election are printed in this state they we are at war with Germany, the

,bJ .e I ., t' systematic.way by parties o(:ten andtwelve. Germans being driven south to the:forest of Champenois.The will contain, none but the names of power which owes its existence to

'.- "r:... fro'Lsdefi. ..;dated, -- .August, .: Every tree !examined. and first German.invaders arrived in Paris today under a heavy the Democratic candidates for office. three well thought out wars, has devoted s
eetvoborated;tbe wfwrtfl of the when found, infected the ,fire gang True, there will be the usual space itself to organizing and preparing -
't: guard. The prisoners were part of those taken at Meaux and
;;1 ,.taak jAMtagefs. From these gets busy. The expenses ,of doing for writng in your particular preference for.this war; the power which is
two '.aoese.'':it- =luau:,:gathered. ?that i this important work are paid by sub- numbered about 600. for each office, but the practiceof now fighting to conquer the civilized
'Engkfid''early .tbe:war,'ha4 placed scriptions. Prof; Rolf s says the disease : Hundreds of wounded passed through the city today. With- penmanship has never proved pop world.

't ::' : : ;;'exists,;or in>.of'seyeral 'localities inFlorida out exception they declared,the fighting,to the'north and east of ular in Florida elections, printer's ink "We must have men and men and

-; "'and&trenuous'measur. s. are the city of the most desperate character. Charges of the oppos- having always obtained the greatest men if we, with our allies, are to r

rikfa' the:8ia M iiiVi._ ., nPeaiHutafAi'AJt' being' used"taeradicatHit: ; ,None. so ing forces were common 'and.hand to hand fighting frequent. number of cross marks. check the onrush of organized bar-
.l:: F far is known. ; to exist Putnam county The Bryan primary law is responsible barism. Have no illusions. We are ;

> "--: .: ._:.- . ': : butt it behooves grove owners..4vywherefto for their being none but the dealing with a strong and magnifi-
,_ lUKAPAiM ItIIfI.r_f t1r/r; ... : examine:their,kees. (.Ifcaafcer ,TWO. ''.BATTLES.IN< - PROGRESS.tETVPEENRuSIANS; AND names of Democrats,on the' ,ticket. It ently! equipped enemy whose avowed
is'Jiof formed son ethmg' elsemay AUSTRIANS'' that .all shall maketheir
I'1 { UlAUI'DD., ,, , provides parties aim is our complete destruction.
;. .-.; .i J..!.i....--d.- >"- : be,'.'and"the time'expended in Petrograd. ( nominations. the primary border "If you assume for an instant that y
Petersburg
), Sept. 8.-Special.-TWo)
r Loaio ," 8r-Ad.tothe: srchingis; well spent. engage- to have the names of their can- that attack will be successful, Eng-
_, r.Ifafi firma:8ott rfam.says'it is' ments are in progress tonight between the Russian and Austrian didates placed on the ticket, and none land will not be reduced, as some people -
>>> .. .ea:good'MifcoiHy that(the sap- RAILROAD... I HEADS'TO CONFER forces which, if won by the former might open the way to Vienna but the Democrats participated in the say, to the rank of a second rate
JjJieeet'GeMaa'. ': tarns" are now, eiJ wi Thes.::.owned by the SITUATION progress of the Russians in Galicia, is surrounded by the czar's list of Democratic nomineeshas nation. We shall become an outlying -

1i""lf',6.t.'t.; eerves' ,:are said troops, according ,to the latest news from the front and the been certified by the secretary of province of Germany to be ad- 3
,.to. !J be. of'aa.:oidrtype.Jt,.w..said. 'there I Washington,Sept.8.-These railroad of an- state to the clerk of the circuit court ministered with that severity Ger-
: nouncement the fall of this barrier
.J'' "' is
-',i..lill.,tM \ executives, it was announced today, expected momentarily for Orange county, and yesterday man safety and interest requires."
...p..:. ..'. ."'_' / -i.: .}.J- ':. will.confer:With President Wilson on by General Russeky. Russian forces have pocketed the'armies of they were recorded in the minutes of
'WILL' :HN4N, N'_CO" ;FED RATE the financial situation of ,the roadsgrowing' General Moritz Von Auffenberg, the former Austrian minister of the county commissioners. JACKSONVILLE WILL BE DISTRIBUTING

.f' .11I8. ,out 'of the European war: war, and General Dankl, following a swift flank movement exe- POINT FOR
tt :.J_.-- ,. Chairman Trumbull oi Chesapeake the BASEBALL RESULTS ALIEN LABOR
cuted
f j= -1. ,- \ . by Russians after the.capture of Lemberg.
|Lfxki ,. Va ': Sept? ,8,"':W. .T.PoigM & Ohio Presidents Rea of the Pennsylvania -
"." fof tiiirty.years:treasurer.'of ,'W"1 lard of the Baltimore..& An engagement' between thes forces has been in progress for National League Washington, Sept. 8.-Special.-(

T_.L :vit, a Military.'m e, cat today. Ohio, Harrison. of_the Southern, Rip- three days. The Austrian losses are known to be tremendous. Boston 8, New York 3. For the purpose of distributing alien
.>af ter ;a'J lo g .period :of. illness.. He ley (;the,'Santa.Fe, and 'Vice-Presi- Philadelphia 5, Brooklyn 4. farm labor throughout the United
; .was W;.yMkfS'.oid.. ;,He;served ,-as a dent Holden of the: Burlington. EI Chicago 4, Cincinnati 3. States the immigration bureau will
:MMt'> "'assSteeaR'J- WoD.r .. I i B GERMAN fORGE IN !s15jIo l [ DEAL IN ORANGEAVENUEPROPERlY Pittsburg-St. Louis; cold weather. designate cities among eighteen zones.

I r ,;,_. :'. : BANK ROBBERS ;MAKE ,A RICH'I American League Jacksonville will be designated for

.StRYIANS""" > CARRY: WAR. ,INTO HAUL IN OKLAHOMA I I POISEND1STCT D Washington 2-4, Philadelphia 09. Florida, Georgia, Alabama and South
'u| AUSTRIA 4" New York 5, Boston 6. Carolina, and Galveston for Texas
O. ; .Tulsa, Okla., ,Sept 8.-(Special)- Detroit 3, Chicago 1. and New Mexico.
:t oadsa;=' '8.-A dispatch to thefrceelegap Three masked:men entered the bank
KAISER USING THAT CITY WELL LOCATED BUSINESS Federal League
ceapany- "fromut.L . ., at', ,Keystone, today and forced the Brooklyn 12, Pittsburg 4. MOUNT LASSEN AGAIN IN VIOLENT
AS BASE IN
EASTERN
.? -, Secve; ,;.says,the'Servian;army cashier to hand over all the moneyin BUILDING CHANGES Southern League ERUPTION

_begtm the invaaefl of,Bosnia .and sight. The cashier- was placed on CAMPAIGN HANDS Montgomery 4-4,Memphis 11. Both -
las cro ed the- 'river-- Save... .near MitWaBeAe -' a.horse and.taken a mile from' town. games seven innings by agreement. Red Bluff, Cal., Sept 8.-(Special:)
.. ... : The exact amount taken is not known Many German Aeroplanes Are 'Mrs. Helen A. Rollins Has Sold Birmingham 1, Nashville 0. -Mount Lassen, after remaining
,; 'S vians" attempt the con- but it.,is'o thought to be at least $10- Appearing the Russian I-lIves Stand to Buffalo Man Mobile5-4, Atlanta 1-1. quiet for a week, resumed activity today
'of Bosnia: from-the north,'MontenegfHi 000.. A posse is in pursuit of the
peet Frontier Heralding Who Will New Orleans 6-1, Chattanooga 5-5. and a series of eruptions over-
Conduct
HighCIass'Restaurant
;troops .eacpect.: taI effect the robbers. topped any that have occurred since
.. '"of 'Herzegovina. from the ReinforcementsLondon TENNESSEE GOES TO HAVRE the volcano became active on May
.....' Tt.i WAR ,PRIZES TAKEN BY BRITISH 30th last. Smoke and ashes were

. .- "I, London, Sept. 8.-A dispatch to the Sept 8.-A dispatch to the The Sentinel is reliably informed London, Sept. Ambassador Page thrown a thousand feet into the air,
/ :GFRMANS- '. .DRAWING:_ 'NEARER Telegraph from'Brest,says the Dutch Star from Ptarograd says many Ger- that Mrs. Helen A., Rollins has sold was advised today that ,the American and the eruption lasted two hours
: I ,WITCHTBBOTpRYAmiUrdim : ship Fortuna, loaded' with coffee from man aeroplanes are appearing on the her valuable business building on Or- cruiser Tennessee sailed yesterday and was felt a distance of 20 miles.

......, ,', Hollandvia. London, the Antilles ,.:has been. brought into Russian frontier, heralding the arrival from Weymouth for Havre,where she
.S t_.,heNieaws'Van' :: IZen Dag that portSixhundred, of reinforcements.The ange ,avenue, formerly occupied by will meet Harry S. Breckinridge, who FRANCE ORDERS OUT AUXIL-
',says! '.the:G nnang are,steadily draw* and fifty Germans and Germans seem to possess a Marion B. Ives, the consideration be- has been on the Continent superintending IARY TROOPS '
iBi-Maier to the Dutch frontier., The I Austrians who were' taken from the powerful force in the Posen district, ing in the vicinity of $15,000. the distribution of financial r

'inhsWtaata.of>;.of.!tbe..:Belgian' 'frontier liner Nieuw Amsterdam, according to the correspondent' says, as they move The purchaser of this fine propertywas I'relief to Americans, and bring him Paris, Sept. 8.The French minis

.t>. ;villages' ';arefleeing f 'to Ditch- 'territory. the same dispatch, have,been? interned their troops from Posen to east'Prus- Mr. Charles H. Hoeffler; of Buf- back to England. The embassy is informed ter of war today ordered that the
s'{ .after ieeealritheir.! Property. Many in the.forts .Bougeon: and. Croyon.The sia, or Galicia as occasion demands.A from Havre that there are auxiliary troops, usually unarmed, be
falo N. Y. who is
: ttitete; fagkiyes, ..arrived in.Dutch Dutch, steamer Atlas ,has been dispatch from Rome to the Exchange -I , an experienced now comparatively few Americans incorporated into the army where
.t\\ ,FJaadiw.. f < towed into Brest Telegraph company says:, caterer and'will remodel the buildingand there. their ages and health permit.
"A telegram from Vienna states convert it into a high class restaurant -

:: 1JJE: Jjti im WILL BEAR. . ONE that capture General'of.'Lemberg Ruzsky, executed, following a flank'the upper for He private will use dining both rooms floors,and the :(PEOPLE ASKED TO PRAY FOR :

I- attack northward'against the Aus- I
: 'TfflRD' ESSARY WAR TAXES trians under General Auffenberg and a tea room.Extensive'. IPEACE EUROPE OCTOBER 4 :
is attempt improvements will be
t )0> I today engaged in a desperate .
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:. {J to annihilate Auffenberg'sarmy. necessary but it is the intention of
Washington,,,SeptSpeciaLOnethirdof ( )-' for single men and to $3,000. for'men the purchaser to rush the alterationsand Washington Sept. 8.-President : fice:,
: thereyefiQ; <;ropiired*to with families. "The battle has continued three be ready for the opening by,the Wilson today signed a proclamation I "And whereas, in this as in all

4j .{make+ ; ap the.deficit'of the,U. 'S.,treasV = ,It is. expected thai this plan Will days,and ,is likely'.to continue several time the first tourists begin to arrivein calling on the people of the United things, it h our privilege and dutyto
'; jthrongh ,the falhg.'" .cus- bring in revenue: amounting to $30-. more." the city. He will,conduct,a placeof seek counsel and succor of Al-
in
States for
t .temS ieeelpte'ori Mee t"othe war .000,000. to:.$ ,OOOOOO... the'highest order designed appeal to pray peace Europe. mighty God, humbling ourselves before -
:will be""aide op'\ithroogh(the 'extenswn mans,:committee of the house 'o- 600, 'GERMANS CAPTURED' ON. A to the wealthier classes of tourists The president's proclamation set Him, confessing our weaknessand
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: .r." .. >t, -H''d." ..l-'WIC.waJS. : and-. the, committee; :The tax on beer'will '-' prayer. these things;
%-. tmeans'comsathea r"J i i.light :. '- ;;-of, -the, ."," houseto- 1j' = be:fixed:a\ 50 cents,'a.barreL Brest; France, yin Paris, Sept 8. THE WEATHER-: 4 The president's proclamation follows "And whereas, it is the especial
: :; ,-"\ r ..: 'Various,.other: 'commodities wfll..be Six;hondred,.Germans have.been captured . : wish and longing of the people of the

rTbi.Pre. _"nt'p" .6l ,:aiBeresse'the; taxed with-'the' working out: of 1 the 'on,board the Dutch. steamer Florida:; Geeew&y-fair. rWetoes- '"Whereas, great. nations of the United States, in prayer and counsel
: .,Ia oSetu-: m.f,OM.'to-'onedwtecc plan of spreading the' burden'as evenly Tambonu- .Among them are thirty. day and Thursday.: : world have :taken up. arms against and all friendliness, to serve the
,,: :tea;W" ; i' : the as; pons b1e.' three officers and doctors; who are in one'another'and.war now draws mil- cause of, peace;
ex m|>t d bconm:fiw;':tbspreseaie ,*,The ways- oeea:o/ .'f'r.i'; .; ,:_ wiH m et'tomorrow',to",complete:the. : ,The:Tambora 5 sailed:July-. 30 Mm. C rtk *.' OMJfisel;;.of i.statesmen: .has :not b&mabta president! of the United States, of

.',. '. '__, ._ i . ..to _. I draft rf'iehai'''' ,'",-''1f"I -:;Batavia:far' Rotterdam. : ", . .: to'save,!from',tie:terrible ,sacri- ?; '.(ContiaMfl .oo:.page.<,8)t'

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;'. WALL. _i \-Tvwyf t of than'I am:;and many of:"them'are' hopeless ones who have tried and BACHELOR REFLECTIONS J. We insure your life and loan you Up to date painting, papering, etc.,

[ ;;: > ; m'muchworse:: plight" i failed drift back again, tramping the .money interest.on Guarantee real estate at 6 per cent. is the kind 'you want. Where to get
Life & Loan Co.
: Different firms have pursued different streets ,
waiting wearily at doors
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-I ;; Curry Building, Tampa, Fla. it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T.
'ff ): policies in dealing with She unique haunting lobbies of big office buildings A woman would rather be loved : 3-25-dwtf Entrican. 1-20-tf

Hew.J.,'Stpt.f
: wpLjei1M ecinWanetreet: : off of;speculative trade. Some"firms, who may have for them * *

;;. That''oo thWoeghfare, with: a which '.feel ..sufficiently, prosperous, the. long sought word of cheer. You can whale morals into a child Don't wait for every one In town to
o-.co have Entrican, the painter, before
?.:l m.>"at"oae.end and a cemtery at', "the )have,retained aH their help. But in Their plight is becoming well nigh but he has to be coaxed into manners. you try. Am too bto look yon

4'tkee",m'oalya.wraith.
4 self.?Whie:it,would,bean, .exaggera- at least a partial reduction of the and the end is further off than the The man who never forgets to call I insect Killer Will Job. V.. 1-20-tf

ff tith iy/tfcat grass"is growing in staffs.; The new,employes were given beginning. The suffering of _the Wall his wife sweetheart in' public often

w Wall 6".ibeet,'.th&e has, been a great a.:week's 'or'two o weeks'- salary and street employes is none the less real does in private.. Rid

'v dtf.r.ee'in the place since the,Stock diSuiissedV th the promise they because they are'not the kind to join Woo 1 VtoodI 1 (

J.", Exdusge" closed"'a'month'ago.' would be given first chance ta their the bread lines or organize demon- A man's wife has only to be peace- I Your house of all insects. U i

|i ,/People'<: /"Mill,ypun frequently" "along. old' positions.when,business was 're- strations before the city hall. ful enough to make him crave earth- j
Bread and"Wall streets i Qaarts 35c. Gallon $1.00 Excellent Core Pine Wood Supplied
;,, a Jew :men sumed. I quakes and wars.
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t'ii..Jdr'.., m the;opeii" space at'Broad Again, some,firms expect their em- A MODERN NECESSITYThe * I For sale by in any quantity

I :etNet'andiExebange" place, and the ployes,to',report at .the offices every A nice thing about a fat wife must

,, 1 t", 'eabbi .i'still;drowse": the'stand,before morning as if business were going on, be how she wouldn't need to fight for
value of Carruthers & GoreIOSTEOPATHY
advertising is felt at
\1 ..- .'tW ff.! Stock: --1" Exchange. ;. but all isaotas while few of'the firms are paying three ends the merchant, the con-: all the covers on cold nights. I SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE

,< \\h* ., .,it'oecewas; ., their;employes full.salary but telling sumer and the publisher. 1 STRANDS OR MORE
: f.f" Sheeis'attack'of. ::excitement,. of them to 'from the offices
stay away Through the medium of his 'advertisements The reason, a girl can get broken-
.,& b 6 and business about Wall street and get the benefit of a real vacation. hearted because her parents won't let
the merchant
i | ;that':never was:.known: there .ml.the., The.,same state of affairs prevails with the acquaintsthe he has her marry a man is she'd rather he ELDREDGE BARLOW
consumer wares
':' X ?4dga ,oftproeperity i before the war now more or less in the shipping broke it i -
: t for sale, with their values and their
:cause. 'i dn"the 1907 DR. J. C .HOWELL
r JNot'even ,days of trade.- With ,little or no steamship Telephone 375
; attractive features, and is himself
e :wwthere; such stagnation, .there.'Nobody traffic' and importation at. a 'stand- WOOD FOR SALE Hours, 10-12,3-5, and by appointmentNo
in touch with the
constantly South Street
O'i consum- near A. C. L.
p' ':seems."to' be ,in, a hurry: still, .there ,is nothing shipping em- For the month of August I' will extra charge for house treatment

.i There,:is,* shouting'and gesticulaing t ployes can dot ,any ,more than stock er.The sell, at my farm, pine at 85 cents per Telephone connections Tracks
: from consumer reads of the goodshe strand, and oak at $1.00 also
:windows ; some
giving quotations, brokers' clerks.e .
-N' '. .," wants, learns where to find them, saw logs cheap. A. S. Hodges, R.1, Office.cor. Orange and Central Area 9-1-lm
} and orders to
.waiting brokers:in th Almost everybody down town *
Orlando. 7-30(-lm .
,' and saves the time of fruitless hunting -
ratreet: One receives.the distinct im- claims.to be losing money. One must ---
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from place to place.
ij.;preeeion: 'that 'the ,sidewalk pedestrians stop in New street to observe isolated ifMIII t.tJI C II.I.I
The publisher is the go-between
Kg .. are. .. walking"to:kill time. cases of prosperity, all the more ,
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the medium of communication be-
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:But BoW'and.then a man or woman striking for thejr rarity. These are I
tween the buyer and seller, sort of
a
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tt passes .by,:whose:laces one can tell. the""put an aIl" men, and they are
.t' they are people" ,without jobs. Because the,only 'ones of the financial district public convenience. Strange as it
may seem, he, too has his uses.
' s.'c: ;of:''the war in, Europe, whichparalyzed who know prosperity. The dealerson W. M. SLEMONS
Advertising
accomplishes
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any
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hundreds of,men and women in.Wall Exchange,and the curb marketare .

.. :! :street,' bookkeepers,:clerks,.and stenographers forbidden.to trade, which leaves a
,It is a modern necessity, made son
1'.;.< are out of employment, free, 'market for the irregulars o of
a discriminating public.
':watching their small savings dwindleaway New street.

t facing;:sore- (them, the prospect And the sudden prosperity that has I GERMANS TO REOPEN BELGIAN .
; ; .of:going hungry ere;long.
come to them is proof that even in GUN FACTORIES
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The,brokets'dedare'that they are times of direst financial stress thereis ,
k' BO_better,off:than :the employes theyhave a considerable MEN'S MOHAIR SUITS
minority of dyed in London, Sept. .-A dispatch to the ,
discharged.
: "How could whelpouraelye8T" e r :
: the wool speculators who ..will take Chronicle from Amsterdam says the
demanded one broker any risks purely for the.love of the'
: Germans are preparing to reopen im-
:. & -, > "Wefdid not wish to turn off ,
{ ; game. mediately the gun factories at Cock-
,. men and: men we"had trusted," in But as had been said before, the erill, near Liege, one of their richest
HALF PRICE FOR CASH AT
0 ::8oaie cases, foryears.; But'what re- pinch of hard times bears'most beau prizes. A 50 per cent. increase inn ,
K course have we? "My,firm is a small ily the small rather than
on fry
o wages has been offered Belgian
em-
f' ." ;one;, yet'.with;,the:/hel lp educed to a the firms employing them or on the ployes to remain at their places.

'j.f.l-, minimum,'and my;partners. .and I..do-: independent broker. It 'is the individual
: ing Moet of_the .stenographer ,or clerk who has GERMAN AUTHORS SEIZE A
,r :nee' "expenses'lie:flOO, a day. With lost the job that means food and she CHANCE

"fiw new.'busiaeea of. any1' .sort, that ter"perhaps, for more than one, who -

5". 'lIM, 8.our.aet'JoM, , is flOO 'a day, 'orr
- - is' bearing the brunt of the actual Copenhagen, Denmark, via London, '
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| 18,000 a.:moath. Besides that I have
!. suffering. Sept. 7. German authors have
i the interest to'pay on my seat on the P' .
A. few stray job hunters W. M. SLEMONSURANGE
'c are seen formed a national association to prevent .
:Stock Exchange.. 'I
) :; bought mine when in. the region' of the Street, but not literary work from hostile countries
beelees.. was/good;'a d' $74000
pal ,
:' Ef many. Any man or woman withstrength being translated into German.
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'< 'g,011,1t""my: "'sayings.. None' of the, futile to try to find 'work in Wall hostile countries are not to be men
;J 'brokers ia the Street are. better '
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,.. _. ,- -.,. and this ruling of the commissioners
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;" t ; , : Various Alloys. wilt affect all of these towns, cities
I .,-HUG'! I El EQUAL GRAND
f .. ;:.In;beginning .of man's acquaintance and counties. r
;( .with. metals only.the softer ones r'MUSTBE'..
such ,as copper.. gold silver and'thdwere GERMAN SPY IN FRENCH UNIFORM -
:EVEN' TOf'' ;WOMEN ARE mined and workedup into utensils R. U COMMISSIONS HANDS

; :.la AUTRIANServkM p. ;weapons, etc. It:was early',diaeoverel DOWN IMPORTANT TODAY
; that an alloy of and tin
copper
' DECISION Paris, Sept. 7.-A German officer
s !IVSt .. produced a reasonably bard metal call.
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; x was arrested today Corbeil, eighteen -
/ ed bronae. which suitable for cut-. -
was
... ;"" ,Sw' ," w.City' 'W--!!.Never' tog Instruments and. although not a< There Most Be No Discrimination miles .south-southeast .of Paris, "CoL Heeza Liar Explorer "

hard u"flint,"wag easier to :work and wearing a French'uniform.. ,
.Sirr titer l as::Leg-as (fee. did break. the infixing of Chargesfor
.. : not Then began bronze Some time ago we ran a "Col. Heeza Liar" comedy

,, ..'Lives w ,fee:' age of' history.An Telephone FEDERAL TROOPS TO BE KEPT and there were but few who witnessed this picture

,Hewe StasisLonden metals.alloy is a 'compound,.of two or Service IN COLORADO ALL WINTER that did not request our getting more. After work- 1
more, Alloys generally possess
:
s .-_. properties vastly different from ,the Washington, Sept. 7War depart- ing for sometime we managed to secure a series which

: ,-, Sept, '7r-A' .Beater dispatch parent .metals. For'instance, gold is Tallahassee, Fla., Sept. 7.-In a cir- ment officials today announced that will be shown at the Grand every Wednesday. We positively

.ir aaE<. Jtome:says Belgrade is the most ductile of an metals. It may cular letter just issued to all tele- preparations were being made to keep guarantee this picture to be as Funny as any
be drawn into the finest wire or beaten the of them.
federal troops in Colorado coal
till magnificent defense in state the
psttfflg ap a into phone companies the ,
a transparent film finer than the
and:givisg.an heroic example of,theendarance thinnest tissue, and yet mix the smallest railroad commissioners have established fields throughout the winter. This .
a of both .the soldiers and'eiwlliine. in the matter of was taken to indicate there are no "
quantity of antimony. with gold and a new ruling "The Passing of Diana
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,Eyen the.women are".fight:* it Is not ductile at all Copper and tin charges for service, and all telephone prospects of a settlement of the ,

_ing.,atibboraly. '.The, Servians swear I mixed together produce an alloy with companies are directed to discontinue strike. A Vitagraph Special in two parts featuring the

tW::Austrian*: wffl! never enter the a higher specific gravity than either of all concessions that have been madein Movie Fan's Favorities Dorothy Kelly and James
K its constituents, and the same weight
'capital so long as one house stands the past to certain classes of sub PULL-U-OUT Morrison. .
will occupy less.bulk. Copper and antimony -
and one Servian lives: produce a beautiful violet blue scribers. A geared block and tackle for folks The Critic in the Moving: Picture World" claims it to
who need it-motorists, for instance.
alloy. F
, HOW. BOSSES ARE .TREATED IN By mixing together ,eight parts by the Southern Bell Telephoneand plies yonur seventy-ten sational events. It is worth twice the price of admission.

THE GERMAN ARMY weight of bismuth five parts of lead Telegraph company, carried a pounds on the crank means seven

_. and three parts of'gra1n tin an alloy is long list of subscribers who have enjoyed hundred pounds pull at the hook. One
produced which will melt at so low a man can, pull a car out of the mud, "The Curse "
air.Elbert,Hofebard that the la 50 per cent. concession in Opals
; says temperature,that a spoon made of it or back on the road if tipped, or do ,
following, has been .issued as a.general will. melt when it is immersed in hot monthly rental charges for telephone anything else that a ton or so of
; order' throughout the German tea, and'ret the melting point of each service. According to the commissioners straight pull is capable of. A Biograph Drama. Again we refer to Our Friend

; of its components is at least twice that this is a discrimination, and Even if you never need to use it- the Critic. He says, "Based upon the popular superstition -
army of boiling water, and we hope you never will-a Pull- that Opals, are unlucky this story has been well
Men nd.horsesIn.the'armyofihe is in violation of law. In anothercase U-Out in the toll chest is a mighty ,
; Fatherland :horses have .always A, small quantity of manganese where there are two charitable satisfactory thing to think about worked out and will hold interest on any Program."
makes iron almost Indifferent to
magnetism institutions of the same class, to Whatever emergency arisesyouhave
played an. important. part We, owe agreat while of will increase
a,bit tungsten ready for instant use, all the
deal to our horses.for service, is which the law allows the granting "
its magnetic powers. Copper pull you will ever need. Merely as \ "An Elopement in Rome
'both in,tinw-of:;war and peace. a good conductor of electricity, but if free or reduced price service, a 100 a matter of comfort insurance, Pull- ,

'"And it.ia hoped that all good soldiers a little arsenic be mixed with it it becomes per cent. concession in rate is grantedone U-Out is worth manytimes its price.
A
win see,to it that the rights of almost a nonconductor. A little of such subscribers, while only a There's use for Pull-U-Out every Kalem Comedy in one reel.
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day, on the farm, and equally so in A Program that costs extra
but
tungsten makes steel very much harder. concession is the us money, as we are
,50 cent. granted
our dumb brothers .
; are.respected."Our per the shop, or out on construction work.
Lead and antimony are used for not compelled to advance the price, we will make no
entitled other. The commissioners hold thatit Just added tool will
i horses are to food, as an every man
: making type metal because the alloy effort to do so.
,water and shelter is a discrimination to grant a 100 find use for it-use that will save him
bedding just. exactly has the peculiar property of expandingas
cent. concession to one charitableor time and trouble-and money. Five Big Reels of the best pictures in town.
: 'as a.trooper is. it cools.-New York World. per Messrs. Fredand & Harland, who

"Bat beyond.this it mast be remembered religious institution, and allow have the agency for the Southeastern F

,. ..that a'horse: should not. be' in- PUNNED TO LASSO A SHIP. only a 50 per cent. concession to an States, have these machines on exhi-
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distressed .either other.A bition at the office of Lord & Brad- ORCHESTRA5c
::suited or: by cruel -
: shaw, on Orange avenue, and you
tratmeat"or,vehement' language An Old Tim. Mexican.Scheme to.Out majority of the telephone com- should by all means go and see it.

."To cue a horse I is just'as.bad'as wit the Americana panies have been granting to county 94.1t

to urae'a .an.. A leaflet from Don Ramona folk
lore may,interest yon. When war had
"Perha d is since
Jt worse, a man
been declared against Mexico and the IMMIIIIMillMIMilHilliilllMtMMItMMIIIiMtMSPRAY lOcTomorrow
:may' strike::back, ,but the 'horse is arrival of the American hosts was daily .

:practically, within oar:power. expected in southern California, St. :
NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE
_'"The .courage'of the horse comes Agnes was in a tremor. Of course

from the,courage of the.-rider Alone not of fear, but of excitementOne

,he 'ia.timid anil..nervous. See'to it day the news'came that a United : SCHNARR'S, INSECTICIDE SPRAY -LITTLE MARY" PICKFORD in "All

that,he is not Heedlessly alarmed. States ,vessel of war was approachingthe 1111I. on Account of the :Milk." See Little :Mary at her best.
: harbor.' A council.of the ancientsof I. Another costing us extra but ad-
:''A1tJao gh.a horse. cannot express I. program money, no
'. ,the city was immediately convened I: Kills White Fly Larvae Scale Rust Mite and vance in prices.
,. .wens. he has a ;"Words;of encouragement and.'affection action were proposed and discussed :: Red Spider that is hit. Remove sooty mold and insures Friday-The second release of the Paramount

: are grateful, to him; rough and finally the following.one I: healty trees and bright fruit. September and Program, "JOHN BARLEYCORN," in six reels, por-

'usage,and hateful language distress. designed by a Frenchman whose I: October are two of the best months for spraying for traying the life of Jack London.

:and'frighten )him" brother had commanded crack regiment I. White Fly and scale. Prevents insects from sapping :

'1fiatHfefore' ,',ordered that, all under. the great Napoleon, :was :: trees all winter, and brings them out in a good, healthy : 4
adopted:
;at:horses be growth and bloom.
swearing considered :
an"Vile : : '
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.. ; baggage :toward a" horse ,afforded small brass cannon,.which II J. SCBNARR &,CO.. Orlando, Florida. r "

,shall '.be+;'looked-; upon, henceforth. by.officers had been used alternately with anvils
exactlyas ii.: the unfit' lan-' to fire salutes during religious and civic Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure the White Fly i Hammond & Gore
= : processions (I am unable to say how
guge were applied to a human being. Fungi. 9.9 D. and W 2MttMiimiMMtiiittttiMiMiMMimiiiiMiimiinf
1> many.of a pounder it was}-to the top
"Reoofjnd punishmect must follow of the mountain, a distance of twelve

:." acconfiagly' .:. miles in a bee line from the ocean FUNERAL DOCTORS AND EMBALMERS.
'OFFICIAL beach, In the meanwhile all the expert

."Doaeat: Potato,this 2nd day of vaqueros, the moment the vessel "MeilMMIUmilMMMMMMMIMIMHIMMIMMIM0Mest REAL VALUES LOW PRICES '
'August,1914."' was sighted were to conceal them I

U selves and' horses' along'the beach. COLLEGE[ [ Winter Parr COMPARE
When the ship had anchored and the ROLLINS
|11 ODDS.:AND ENDS proper moment in the judgment of the ,

i'?' r / French commander, bad arrived, he OUR FURNITUREWe

,Tlie man who committed the vowelsto was to fire the cannon from the top of College art Most kalUfll Groups IB Florida .

JBWMy';ln:-his 1 .school ,days; has the mountain, at which signal thevaqueros
: provide the quality of furniture that has long
.trained:Ms. miad jo remember his'L were- to rush through the College, Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic been furniture the
,0.. U.'s of later'life surf and lasso the masts of>the ship, and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Coarse. : accepted by knowing buyers as
.J 1 capsize,it,Into the breakers and hark standard-of.merit. If an article here it is good.
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Twelve buildings steam heat, electric lights, fire protection
poon the soldiers, and crew as they : wxmldn'tbe"be here were itotherwise. We can't make

Pmbably. .tJ1e. :reason. ."'Americans" like endeavored to escape to shore. This fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dollar t this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof

; toride, ;eaaaek; when touring the .oldworld brilliant coup d'etat was not carried endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ, this business, and-that means much to any buyer.

:; :is' because :that:Ls the only out only because the ship never came. a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new
; 'UWng'that;seems From Romance El Camino Real." school full New
to have a hump on. on rooms for business banking equipment.

-r lJ1' -.'- by Jarre T. Richards.. ,- chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every MeNEDi & DAVIS BLOCK, s sCor.

If Ishjba: .w6uld 1 onlyjgrow; 'in the modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water.

same t jpkce& .that'the: gardens:'needs .Irishmen are Martin's inclined Way.to word perversion Preparation for engineering course. it Orange Ave. and lurch SI., Orlaado, Ha.

digging.w.. ;: 8J.iwooeldnottteed.to. worry ; but.says a writer, the following : Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, ,

,about:;getting .that part'. .of the description of slow.speech,' which Christian, but undenominational; expenses moderate. '. .

.w&rk'le' . 'after.A often ,degenerated into a stammer : Scholarships available. For catalogue address
;: F- shows that occasionally they use the .
.
(II scieRtist--,.claims- ' that' .limburger best, words. possible in explaining a :. WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN, iSfllUIELY WM\ MUSIC

{cbee6 des brains.. the'fellow'with thing:

:thathiad.of) couldn't get' his "It's a'quire sort uv way Martin : Ph. D. LL. D., President.
talks" said Pat.lilt's as if he tuk the
.'prated'. tbosgfeta' .transmitted through wurds out'uv' his moat an' looked at ;;41"-- .f.i. .. . . . .. .. .. .,. .... Can be found in our stock at all times. If
:the
'em"before, he gives 'em to res.E:1.: a
11 l'J "" '_' change. you wish to have the songs that are popularin r
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oil fte belligerents the powers To Make Colored Fires. New York and Boston right NOW
:
;wfll- a leaat"make'Buddhism and Moemffiedaiffln .. To make red fire: Mix one part of r : : i
'- sulphur two, parts of sulphate ,of
>. "share. the. respousibilwthlChrwtkmity. - strontium, and four parts of chlorate

s %'*. : :: of potash.To &jYW.jm.Jf;
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make green fire: Mix equal partsof

":'Th4Vf..(Who.counts his chickens sulphur chlorate of potash and

t ;Wimt they '.are hatched will have nitrate of.barium.To ...-
;,; ; !e l;OayiBs:puDets: ,in'the fall thanwhosets make blue fire: Mix 200 grains of PROFITS AND WATCH OUR FILES AND SHOW WINDOW
; chlorate of potash fifty grains of sulphur BUYERS TO SHARE IN
fdew ; no for.fear
key .ve bad luck with eggs them.i' .- and fifty-nine grains of sulphate LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
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i ; 1 1914 to August '-.
Effective from August ,
f ,An| Eastern :Jegiekture" 'afewaccproh3itthe Nitroglycerin and Guncotton. 1,1915 d guaranteed against any reduc- W. S. BRANCH,
discovered by Pelongi in ..
Guncotton
{ : publishing in the -
that time:
$ate of"at.oriei 'of 'crime. It 1838-constets of cotton steeped in tion during
will leek aid Mask Store
t equal parts of nitric and sulphuric add Tk Arcade
l4#'be.'necessary ,to;have .out- and dried Nitroglycerin is a pale Touring Car $555.00Runabout

'P 2iL' -rinthe- legWativeprocee ,. = yellow oily liquid, about half as ,heavy 505.00
again as water. Kltroglycerin was discovered -
t' ; '=r'ThC by Sobrero. an assistant in F. 0.'B. Orlando. AH emit filly equipped. JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY

> .' ,'swch 'value k' ,,some' ',of Peio1 dos laboratory.in,1847.' Putier we wffl k aU to obtain tie laaxlnM efficiency. LINCOLN HULLEY, Ph. D., LitL D., LL D., President
;.these, medical forms dio.. and the alniaua e tjpuekasmc tV
factory
.of treatment h W pro . .
IS BORE
if we rock u f THE BEST SCHOOL FOR YOUR CHILDRENSend
.but 8 'J* to &e "the'beBefit ofrhayin Hit .Mitfortune. and ales departments. TOO GOOD
aIIo date
the
between
terrible misfortune
"Hare beard of the 310,00can .
Mew; : you .. them to Stetson. Fall Term Begins Sept.
givehia Jar u 25-
spinal colUfa
; we tree
; " that:has befallen Bones r Bfl- h. sfcotld we rudI this prodtctiw.
"Jin _osteopftthic"' tretament 'with the k 's shah from |4. .. $M per car lea ..rAapat abort 40 Professors and Instructor College of Liberal Arts
friend. yer
.' son said to a retail buyer wk P"**ueI a ae1I'Ftre 11 Unhmity Buildings College of Law
.her, edd feet > ."Nor said the friend "Nor . 1,1115)between to every August 1, 1111 d ,A.pat U IMS. 28 Acre Campos College of Technology
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.. tar 469 Students Last Year College of Business
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-Bones. said Bflson.has and '
't .Door fellow, For farther particulars retard** ttete low pikes pro $1.1".'" Endowment Preparatory Academy
. ::Tkerylvssssu. of.yeetw y might notcircle elopfd'with;my'"wife."-St Louie vuiu phi Mt $10,000 Pip Organ School of Mechanic Arts
Globe-DemcX.Ta' 10 Lars Laboratories for Science School of Music
ber: a _',.,.....:a 'ofy P. G. RUSH, Unsurpassed General- Equipment School of Fine Arts
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; : Easily Dormitories for
Separate young men and young women. Careful administration sand
.biJt'attiied-si an mtit'$aiid she:istke IIWhat's polished.talker Jobson ta" Phene 226 thorough supervision. Chtistun and not sectarian teaching.
crime ied yjejrlea' For catalog or views, for information for room reservation address
abeiorelthe "bn't bet, 1 suppose thafs the tea
:sed.A1an ; 'ien'be", slips.:'op:"oq so' many of'Ma JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY. Ds..u"D FWHDA

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":. THE MIIY? 7SMfc '; "H 1 SIDELIGHTSSt.rPetereburg'Florida FIlE''IN' ROCK, BUILDING NAR. MUST" REGISTER- AGAIN'I j I t.I.III.lllllll lllll.IIII.IIJI.llillllll."IJI.-,

ROWLY AVERTED ,
x ThdlaSeitImeI (67'W. 8. Briach): been I
T : There having some confusionas :

rF it-' MI AM WtUHYa :: : should now ,Shortly after ten o'clock.last nightthe to the interpretation of the Bryan I
0..e.S
sd '
iils '-,3', .fMlet, follow the'example- of the city'in Bus- sight of smoke and the odor ,of primary law, some explanations may :

a Ms1 .i .. HM poiWHet st Orteoda,'.Fto- sk from which it :was named, and burning wood attracted attention to be in order which may relieve'many I
,_:. a.JlaD_ XrtUr.. ',' '
_,' i- change name to MPetrograd No the :Rock :,building, but it was .with.. from the .embarrassment of losing

:rf.",.....' \d'tV.':. ', #JB, ...,..,IPTK.;. .>.N...:.1ATBBMT .-. '.........IL"', 2." This. would, compel the Tampa difficulty that the source was discov- their vote through ignorance of the

:".:.:MOB** .-...................... M Tribune to cease using the nick name ered. Finally the room occupied by provisions of>the new enactment relative ;
f ..... .. ............
1IiIr/. .. ;: ,1.21 '
'Pete" A l
to Under
of PrOclafflatlOll
; i'"i"' ,, 1. JIeMh', ..:.......- ';....'- ....!;.:,'.50 "Si and adopt the more.tender the Singer Sewing Machine company registration' voters. ti !I' :
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; lJ.'' .._ii-I;Tell'"...............",!:..i., LOG cognomen, of "Pet.' was broken" open when it was foundto the .Bryan primary 'act registrations .
lwuddl;'!_ bs u..................' .!5 be the, origin of the smoke and of people who never voted in the I

t/-J \' 1'0'. AllY_ J' .. ,G o.- Dolive says that their family odor of 'fire. state, and former voters here, are I
". D'Olive and that separated and there is a great dis- ,
< name was originally, A sawdust cuspidor and a lighted .
.. .
I :e. ri. . aM aD er UM1 t ,'
".a...:_ M* W hndd ta at tile beetser the apostrophe has been dropped'and cigarette furnished the inflammable tinction between the two.
... 1"" '"f tk* garttad Mt later tku J p. .. the anglicized during the : For instance a man who registered [
It sip bf .. f.UUittii.' TW rate aptHctto name past materials that might have resulted To Women and Men
;..; :4iMt> te ,NBtnct ,.aVcribbc tt?kwfl .. generation. Which being true'W'f seriously had the fire not been dis- for the last primary and whose name :
...
Wsel.. ssl ba strictir adhered
may, expect to hear most any day covered before it broke into a blaze. is not on the general registration :

: l'{.'MelribeIE*kmM:aty_the:TV office' Sentinel in writing dMontittl raite that George has 'gone' to join the The department was not called out, books will have to register now in order : of our City and adjoining .

< die' ef.tzpIrstioB, tkerwfce it will ,beuaiamd aeroplane brigade of the French the fire being easily extinguished by to participate in the general election t
: 'at',the tegular .nbKiiptiaa. 'rato. '
/ in November. :
BMg Mtfee to stop... ncefod., army. those discovering it
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,. .
-no The primary registration under the : Counties

: [ J\fiB D X.S.EPl'EMBBK: ,9, isu From al iterary viewpoint, thtll HATCHFUGATEThe Bryan act, in other words, has nothing : : ,

-, whatsoever to do with the .
comparison of Trammell and Gilchrist regis-
: .
T*, ',The*most:devout: men,cease pray- by' C., H., B. Floyd, in Wednesday's tration that is now gong on for the :

,. i $kg f-er'their daughters when they.be- Tampa Tribune, to our mind, is the following in announcement received November election.It : 'Ve wish to say to all of our
Orlando
&eealeengaged.. cleverest piece:of :word picturing the yesterday will is very necessary that those who :
Customers and those
interesting to"the friendsof who will
many
prove wish and intend
0 sage of Apalachicola has! done for to vote in November
the bride in this where she
city
( There are plenty of.excuses for almoat'everything some time. ,Not that we. necessarily appear at the court house and regis- become
likely
resided with her parents until about our customers,
; but one that fits.war endorse his conclusions, but we admire ter for said election.-Sanford Her
51 three when they moved to
1. is :bard to,- find. this rhetoric. Sometimes Floydis Palm Beach years ago I aId. that we positively do not in-
:
f I'! i l .o. so Browningesque (or should we
;
!* The Germans burned" :Louvain' but say Ploydesque?) that we get lost "Mr. and Mrs. George N. Hatch announce I I RED MEN ARE SHOWING THEIR tend to take advantage of the
the of their :
marriage daughter -
F.the,8rit>sh have.enrolled a regiment. in a sort of literary maze. PATRIOTISM
; Virginia Lee, to Mr. Harry Carlton present and mark
'f of football. players... war scare
.
r 0 From:the way those mines are do- Fugate, on Sunday, Septembersixth Baltimore is this week celebratingthe
1914 Palm Beach Florida." higher prices on ANY Dry
,
z |jAs general; thing,':when a girl'sface ing their work over in Europe, one 100th anniversary of the Star

I' fe,her.fortune she got most'of itfrostke I might ,imagine those McNamara Spangled Banner, but in Orlando the Goods Article we now have in

\ ; ,. brothers had escaped from the California ORANGE COUNTY BOYS WON Improved Order of Red Men is the

f's. .. ,, 0 penitentiary and gone over PRIZE IN COLORADO only organization that has been movedto our store or have bought for

.: .The*preachers'often say 'that 'man there. -- sufficient patriotism to even displaya

Pllmi\ forever but some men don't '* flag. Yesterday this enterprisingorder this Season's business.In .
At a big celebration held in Colo-
''Iknow.,they are."alive. Would .it be contrary to international had a big specimen of Old
rado Springs, Colo., recently, Douglas few is
there
to the breeze cases any necessity -
D .law if the Orange County Red Glory flung on Orange
'" and Julian Sadler, the sons,of Mr.
t wBefi :are fond, of playing circus Cross Society should send some genuine avenue, suspended between the Dick-
and Mrs. Jas. H. Sadler, of Oakland, for paying an advancefor
.rb4: : doa't'lke' to manufacture thefttw&et Nancy Hall sweet potatoes and son-Ives and Yowell-Duckworth build
won 'a handsome silver cup for hav- .
d. ',in. the woodshed."Di Parson Brown oranges to the wounded ings. goods
we are now buyingor
It: *-* .* lug traveled the fartherest to reach
o English soldiers? They might do
the celebration, having motored from
.n .God We Trust" appears on the as;,much good as_ iodoform and carbolic Oakland T. F. HOURIHAN Licensed Plumber. have bought. We own to day
: to the Colorado city.
,eeiM we.use,. but',that;United.States. acid. Conscientious work at fair prices.
: The left Oakland Phone 629. 106 Court St. 23-tf
men several -
of r America;makes: 'em. pass.' e young about as large a stock as ever,
:4 : weeks ago for the West by auto
1\ 0' Bishop Mann, Dr. Poulson, Dean
mobile, and drove leisurely through a IMitMMMtMitiillf bought at the old and
prices
:.'l.\f man!has never..been born who Remsen, and Dr. Stagg all away, -
dozen or more states. The only bad
ij. aaswer:"a .little'bby'a last ques- leaves a large responsibility,upon Dr. in
roads encountered were in Kentucky, a great number of cases actually
#ttiea;;:laeeause _there is no last.. Wray, the only resident evangelical
write home that the
T and they trip as McCUllOCU'SDepartment
'.: 0 pastor'left' in the city. below old prices-for
our
-' :: a whole has been a most pleasantone.
''A: :man has to become a'grandf ath"er *
They are, now at Cripple Creek and
before' he :realizes' how. little he< The question arises, were the races policy of securing all cash dis-
will spend several weeks there, not
::when;he was only agrandson. at,Daytona .on' Labor Day worth the
i expecting to return to Florida forsome j Store
counts by cash has in
1k > _. 0 life of a,man? payments
time to write that
come. They
J| When yea- hear 'a man talking sexShakespeare
I ( : : ; ; the cool mountain air of Colorado is some cases been almost a profitin
eti ftabeit his neighbors. it.iswef to.,inV 'says, "There is a tide
the best ever and that they are haying
qw .. the has been:doing to,them. in the affairs of men which, taken at the time of their lives. itself-which benefit is

I ,1 '- .0', .' the flood, leads ,on to victory," and Jelly Tumblers
t4. -
>t:.\. ,The' news. :from,:Sauerkraut) :Ohio, that tide is now rising high for Flor handed to you in lower prices-

!: tleip:not ,mentio any '.German; sue ida.-Webster Advocate. MtHiimiiiiitiimiiiT.F.HOntN
." ceases.' .The:Keen has overlooked a Shakespeare 'uSed the word ''for Fruit Jars and we propose to sell this stockthe

iff tune" instead of "victory," wh f .

"[. 0 I makes the quotation all the more same as always. In no case ,_ _

:. Women keep :awake in ,church by:I pointed for Florida conditions at the Licensed Plumber and all kiDdsrreserving
will we charge War Tax or
Sanitary Engtaeer any
egg'ab.wheter
,11| the Sunday; present.time.

tic will be burned Who read Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
I ( ,they. Attended ask any advance on the various
to.
I' ;' The trial of Hough, accused of the Promptly

: . '0" '" murder of his wife I in Lake county PHONE 69 Kettles staple and branded articles that
i '
(fels always -'determine if the-ir' over two years. ago, is set for Sep- 106 Court Street

I jproepeetive'husband's heart is in, the'J'rijrM' tember 28. Hough is in the Marion we have on hand. These will

,,place L, by resting their eareit county jaiL The long confinement is ORLANDO, FLORIDA '
J 20 S. Oralie Avenue.HMMmiMMIIillMMMItMltHMMmtlMMHIIIMtMIMIIMMMl all be sold at the
f : ,with -the,gas turned, low.- telling on him, and he is far from I t 421lmtiHIIIItMIMIitlillMII by us same

well. Ocala Star.
-
r t 0 prices as heretofore.This .
a While 'deep;"down" in their hearts I

: f.cost :.men;.have :little ,respect 'forthemselves r I policy will be carried out .
HIIIM
z t. ;, they get ,awfully puffed f

rBp::when?them.J seae.:. ,one- 'else- does -not. re- 100 pounds Red and White Bermuda Onion Seed just received j as long as our present stock

J_ .
,/ .: : o' ::-. through Custom House. .' lasts and we think we have a

r .A'fiegro'paper;:in London. ,was. ,theAfetvto FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. stock that will carry us throughthe

k report;the death'of the aged
tl '
year-especially on the
crowd"jag .McELROY'S PHARMACY
; out a.'few ,important t razor' en- talked about War Articles.We .

.t "'sagements.Kansas.." ., Give MS a- Trial @alck delivery ia 'rags. PIONE X). Try ear Ice Crean.
: know we will be strongly
J. "IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIil..I...
r City :was flooded- Monday, 1I"'IIII'IIIIII . criticised for taking this stand

t| tw: lives,lost and $1,500,000 damage l lllll lllllllllillllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllll111111111111 111111'lllti ,

A' to:,property, resulted. In ,time ,ofEpeeaech but we mean it and know it to

'. a news:item, would have
be fact that the
t\: half.the'first,pages. a majority of

advances asked at present are
f 'J. Nebraska man _born in 1794 is .

'lIEyarsoid: ; .and. has.'used, tobacco T' : unnecessary and unjustifiable.

IlEj _:a!H'lie,.life.there 1 is Had no he.telling been.how a total old'abstainer he : : : JfWflRY' fOR THE WfDDING41 : .:I The widespread talk regarding

'
: i :iht''have been;by'this:time., '. ., I: advances in prices of staple

II .T: ..'.': ; 0, .' For the bride, countless things in ,Silver Cut .: ._ : commodities on account of the
Even WOB.,Powell can,make mis.l -
A". 1 takes in conducting anewspaper. He ';') Glass and Fine China. Rare jewels of every de- I: European War has been greatly

haa!'adopted._'a, ,handsomely _horrid -- 'f;; '> sciiption.For I

n, 1MM for the Clearwater Sun, discard- ,,-, Bridesmaids. Ladies of Honor, Flower : 'b<" exaggerated to that person's or
,: ;his: first,.selection'which ,. _
.
lag was by : concern's
personal gain.
: -- :;.''j, Girls, etc., Bracelets, Brooches, Bar Pins, La Val- :< ,,
U far the:better.ft y
; ,
U 0 ..'-:,: ., Hers, W.nstletVatches., Silver Vanity Cases, "' -; Every dollar's worth that we

Tbe'streets.extending through.nineteen ';: .< Purses, Card Cases, etc. own today will be sold withoutany

*.. city;.blocks,in l'ew.YOrk. are 'z;'-:' For the ushers-Cuff Links, Coat'Chains., Two '. ; .

:owed every, afternoon' to vehicle Y': Pocket Chains, Full Dress Sets, Gold and Silver .' :.. advance.
9s' traffic i in order that the children:may -

'T 'have. a: playground. Thousands oft \'.< :, >Pen Knives, Pencils', etc. >'.''. ". .

; i* little tots fill the, mile"of streets; ,!. :, '
i Let with present A ; .
_' us help you your wedding -.r. 't

0'o ,,:." :problems .' .. ':"'. *. '-,
;
London has been more generous:in > :, "

o 'reporting>> German victories'than Berlin : ,

L : '.has-in reporting,victories'won by '< ,,: ,: -' ,', ; ,- ': :{, :

'.:the' allies. 'The ng1ish'censor allowed

U L1 : a:dispatch to get'through.conveying } .

i the information that.the.'German "
1 DIOKSONIYES I K (
s r':' navy,, had Sank' fifteen fishing O O.

F boats and' captured'. a quantity. -off ,
ve 1iSh.
'

h a According" .to 'o'the. Webster;' Ad- T.H.Evansthe Jeweler DEPARTMENTAL STORE

-F i' ; +tnce'ivhieh.is;; .: authority, Shakespeare -

pi ; said,. There. b.a tide 'in the *

:'" f .! ;': iairs"'of :men, which. taken at the ; ';f. ; *:. ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING: PLACE

Nkod,:leads-,on\ to victory," and that ','s'. OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE4 ',', .; L
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>:: 't M* 4 tile!,ia now,_ 'nag h.in: Florida.' . I '

'" -That' "setttee".,8bakeapeare's,, 'politics. :.' ;. ", .-- ',EXPERT.' REPAIRING AND, ENGRAVING

:Be;maybe classed amoigthe. WflsonDeeocrtk ... ,
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w I't. ':"" 1' '}" !. '..f;{1'-. : .LWimter, .Havo'the-for-,:' I F nll.cg
: ?' "" ,., : Frank Jr FATE THEATRE
men :
:lr"i"P '. 'sea; __ _. ,_:'accompanyingt -
'. 'ftII, ,.! ; .. ,.. t em-jfere 1 ur the city yesterday in I ',;
+ : ''t.HfI t J The ball tomorrow afternoon
0.;
: f.bg.Losler-touring:'c&in whichtfeejj .Open p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I game ,
.OBNW FLA. between the east and the west sides J l .
L .. -- "" q 9 .-, r>fisfftet;totear;: :.severalof 'the a Admission 5 cents ,
; -&* 4 ,. { of Orange avenue promises to be a :
W .. >._**. northeetatei. advertising Florida.e1 u
of ana'no );
e-Arliser. 10otAnsd e, *'
-
I'limiiMimiiiiiiiiiitTODATS rivalry has between the
: "Iwt-Bi a '1- *' :4 :Bon.;.J.::c. ;Pa1mer, the, popular, sides sprung up
two of the principal business
" : .'i' :\: -i&r...'of. Wimleraere. was. in the city PROGRAM
\ street. The line-up, subject ta '
; :/J., G.Greeeeabaeker: :of' Ply; estetdal.at4lg, among his many Nestor. "Her Husband,"" with Ed-
.; I. If" "t changes, was given out yesterday,
'+ wull.01'I04o"T friends. Mr. :Palmer is bearing, up die Lyons, Victoria Ford and Lee Moran "Get It t in's"Give
'm8ut_, ,; ; : .eM. ., and while the contestants may be a 11 III
". " : A, A A
+ .I well,under..the burden of the big'office.heholds -; giggle. laugh. roar..
n : Universal "Ike Has One Foot In little out of practice all are good
:
and
ivhich.was
} so ably
I' MrJobeT.: Moore, of,Colombia,,S: the Grave." Featuring Augustus ball players.For .
held ,by Hon. S. S. Griffin, ,who resigned -
' Carney. A good comedy.
;C.waa. :... .amengthe, : &rstoOrlan-: the west siders Paral will be .
'" '" .' !\. to.become one Orange. count: Powers. Edwin August in his own '
, ido,'yeflfeerday." ., J "' ty's'representatives the legislature. production, "Pitfalls.", on third; Bennett will,pitch and hold : ,
'tf _. ,
h first, alternating with Gore as their

!: 'Mr D.,,i.:Falwoed, one of .Loughi4 Victor/_Starbuck,. of Orlando, discredits A. B. VANCE LEASES GILES-; respective wings turn to glass; Por- Give us a chance to show _

;mania young. terprieng 'citi- .the assertion that no man can HOVEY BUILDINGMr. ter will transact business at short; you the newest styles in" '
en yesterday in Orlando,, Beardall will try to catch the spitters
watches.
B1spent do, two things well, for not only is
curves, drops, fast and slow balls
'. 1,$ : Victor 'a, good lawyer' but he is' already A. B. Vance, of Jacksonville, tossed by Gore and Bennett, A. Bar- \Ve will trade in your pres- -

. .Mr :,Isaac Hodges,; :one 'of LakePkkett's on the road to fame through has leased' the second and third floors low will take care of the second; station ent watch or movement, allowing .

-: ,represeaUtive'citizens,-'was his, poems that are published in all of the Giles-Hovey building on South i from the starting point three you a liberal amount. "
'&county, seat. visitor. ;yesterday.; the big magazines. Mr. Starbuck has and ;
Orange avenue ,on November 1st If have ,
;; "f, : expert farmers in the persons of Phil- you any idea of.
[ __ -' the true artistic talent when it comes will open it as a high class rooming i lips, Moore, and M. Barlow, will cultivate getting a watch we would
; T,Kl Butner,, of Ocoee, was in or'hndo to writing poems and we are proud to house. This is one of Orlando's new- : the field ap-
" positions, center, left
\ ::,Tuesday,on.his way to Ocoee, have such"a bright young man in our est buildings and is handsomely fin- and right respectively. preciate the opportunity of

;:aftera vacation, spent: ',in Powder sister county (formerly' our mother ished. The second and third floors The honor of the east side will be showing you.

.Springs',"Ga.' county).-Sanford Herald. contain thirty-two rooms, sixteen of upheld by Flynn behind the strikeout Our prices will surprise

J' .. 1 I fa. "_'' which contain baths, and all will be station, with Bowman at the other ,you.
Mrs, John Rowland and.daughter, Mr.. and Mrs. James H. Sadler andson handsomely furnished. ,
.. < end of the battery; Windham will
'Lomae\ \r., returned "yeatarday" fromDemurest ,' Calvert, of Oakland, were in Orlando Mr. Vance is proprietor of the Hotel all
stop comers at first, but if he
'i ; Ga,'where.they. ,}doe,spent yesterday. Mr. Sadler says the Astor in Jacksonville and is an should fail Floyd will be on second Allen & CoJewelers
: in his section which is noted
ysei'erel-weeks. people experienced hotel man who is sure and Rodenbaugh on third; Jackson
.p H -_- for the big crops produced: are plant- to'make success of his venture the will distinguish himself at short, and

Mr M.'Hobson'and who ing bigger crops than ever before and coming season. He is.of the opinion Keller and Bennett
,W. family. Langford, will
have been makkg their.home in.Taft, that the, production this year will be that Florida will be flooded with tour- harvest the flies in left, center and

,:but who'came to:Orange'coeety' ,from tremendous. 'In response to many inquiries ists the, coming winter and that Or- right fields, respectively.Commissioner o Reliable RepairingHMIMimiltMttiMiimiMMtitlMmiMHMMt

;Kansas City, Mo.;'.have,moved to Or- as to the results of dynamiting lando will have a big share of the Clarke Robertson has flw'
', : his, orange trees, Mr. Sadler said visitors from the North.
t.f
..-.-.. .-,.-;., agreed to arbitrate"the game provided -,
.{ -" he was well satisfied with the experiment -
._ '' '-.1, : no dogs are admitted to the park,
I and that it was apparently just W. B. WARREN IS BETTER AND
< ltrtW.,Rex,.now:holds a,respon- he having a particular aversion to .
what the trees needed.
Bible,position;with 'the':Dkkson-Ives_ WILL RECOVER dogs at ball games, since on a former

,. company,,, having gone', to this big occasion when he was umpiring and

tim, PC l-?n,.'hi8ret. mWitb, his. .',gamilyfroni PROF. MOON NAMED PRINCIPAL A telegram received at the San made a rank decision, calling a foul D

; ,,a::pkasant':vacation., FOR HIGH SCHOOLAt Juan Garage shortly after noon yes- ball fair, only to have an acocmmo-

; terday.from Mr. L ,B. Fort at Daytona -. dating dog take down the foul flag

:;Mr....E., G.:P.nonrave1iDg salesman . : ,the meeting of the county announced that Mr. W. B. War- and move it to where.it would make Ibn 'lcDJf

:fcr w"',the" Staixkrd Oil Co;';spent school.. board' yesterday Prof.. R.: L ren, who was os badly injured in the the ball fair. I Oel:' .

yesterday in.',Orlando. Mr.,'Pearson Moon was appointed principal of. the collision of racing cars at Daytona Only twenty-five cents admissionto

.'succeeded 'Mr.:,, ',Hewy' ," Bartlett who Orlando high school for the coming Beach Monday morning, was much the game will be charged and the

formerly.. ',tiweted, .this.. aeetion- '.for,.the. school year, this appointment being better and that his recovery is prac- proceeds will go to aid the woundedand s
__y.. f 'upon".the recommendation of I tically assured. destitute soldiers of Great Brit- yur.jm9'P_
{ the local trustees, which was made' ain.
Y:f . = r
'Robinson public sometime ago. COUNTY WILL PAY FAIR ASSOCIATION -
of
Mrs...John.. 'McMonn. , West
. avenue,'has gore WhRr former $700 "COL. HEEZA LIAR" AT THE Hot Weather Drinks
home in'lndkna for a vle t. :She was NEW_ : FRUIT: STORE: OPENS ON GRAND

accompanied' by,h*er'children, but Mr. ,ORANGE AVENUE At the meeting the county com- LIMEADAE-We have large Limes
McMann remains at home to, eep"thebouee -
missioners 'yesterday it was decided The management of the Grand
'.going.i ..f'.. The first ,consignment' of, fruit for that $700, or as much as is necessary, [wishes' announce that at the re- LEMONADE-We the best im-
".!! t he 'new fruit store in the Duckworth will -be paid to the fair association quest of over half of the people who carry

.:Tlce mee0ag of.the:Twentieth Century -- bU ding"on, Orange avenue was, received for the purpose .of resurfacing the witnessed the "CoL Heeza Liar Farm- ported stock
er" release he has to
> managed
Club,will be postpeeed 'fromWednieday yesterday and the store opened race track. Some time, ago the board for a series of these great com .

..- /September>. :,dth/''(today, )),. for business. ,N., Francisco, of agreed to donate the above amount edies. The first one that was shownat GRAPE
until S pte" b ei f28rf, at:whkh" :time Gainesville, 'is'the proprietor' and he either in cash or in work, but all the the Grand was in the regular service JUICE-Red Wing Brand

they'will,. 'nwk,with Mrs.:M. 0. OverBtreet expects to operate on a',big scale. road teams being busy just now the but the demand became so great
that the Eclectic
[ company could not :
... ,-"'on e etWeotSgaet. ; .v.. ,. ; t 'commissioners decided that the cash meet with it so they decided the only GINGER ALE-Order a dozen bottles
' 2 ,,-f ."r >!" THIRTY-ONE TAKING 'TEACHERS"EXAMINATION' -: donation would,be the most satisfac- way was to take them out of'the service -

''Mr.." ,...\..,Casey" .Driver# Po.f-efmerly. .' _- :;' the< tory solution of the matter, thoughthe feature.and book You can't them possibly as they help would but a

: " '"4 the ,Yo eIIDndciwtth.y bringing of the county's big trac- laugh at every foot of this great film, Potted Plants Cut Flowers Funeral \
:: 'i&TMW :;a.fullfiedd'iungplot"cue Eleven' white and twenty colored tion engine here was considered. and as there are about one thousand ,

: ; ; 'and',is ,applicants presented themselves yesterday feet in all, you may gather some ideaas Designs Wedding Decorations. a

yaw;earth, road .for,Vmaant. ''&; .CompearyWholeiale for examination with the hopeof BIG GROCERY FIRM WILL OPEN In to conjunction how many to laughs this invincible you will have.com- ,

:grseeES-:of:Jackson i obtaining certificates to teach in OCTOBER 1st edy, we are showing a Vitagraph special -
YiDt". I roEde Orange county. The' white applicants feature in two parts, with Dor- '

:- '< r __. are,being examined at the highS The Sentinel has it on good authority othy the Kelly leads.and James The critic Morrison of all play-the THE SANITARY GROCERY
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Mr.; AH n, ofthe.'firm.ofAl'Bihssreturned ho building and the colored applicants that another big grocery firm moving picture'plays' stated that this CARUTHERS & GORE

:; : from,avi ,in the colored.school bui ding. will open for business in Orlando on is an exceptional production. He
.'of several weeks to'New Orleans October 1st. The stock of goods has speaks' equally as good of the Bio- Phone 200
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and other:cities,'Where he spent,'sev.enl'weeks W. S. ,BRANCH, JR, APPOINTED graph'drama. Think of itl! five such
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; catching on. to everything: SCHOOL TRUSTEE the new firm will do business 'on a ft.-Adv4
tbat>,waS new kT'the;nricks of 'the. big scale. They have been scoutingfor

-trade"j, > :t'tie. -:,jewelry. ,'baskwea.. PrOf; J. W. Simmons yesterday ten- a location and have practically . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,.. . . . . . . . .'-- - . .. - - -. - - - - - - - - ..

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pwrping;in(company,,wifciGadys; and and upon the recommendation

'Marion ';Nye,,-1M',,children. ''of,.A.- .l, of the trustees Mr.:W._ S. Branch, : Eat all you want.

3Nyo 'Orlaado, :who. ; ;have been Jr:, was' appointed by the school Eat what you want.
-a :"att'. fee* home' jai, .:-Mr. .HenryThey .' board to fill out'the unexpired term. Take a postscript and forget it.
are,on'-i";th" ir, way back- ":r::to Ors For sale by all druggists. Air
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'<", J,; .- 'ONLY $4,000 T. F HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
r1Krs: .- J. P..;Scarlett.:celebrated .her Conscientious work at fair prices.

18t1i-birthday- ywterday'. with a,'lunch-- The county commisisoners yesterday Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf
,ton. t 'Among;'the greets,Were.Mr; ordered warrant' drawn in favor -
;:'andMrJ: ; S.-Scarlett;'of:Lakeland.Itthe of the city of Orlando for $4,000, WANTED hatched pullets.or 20 0.March L. Gooden and April, Od- I
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: i eveai, gMr. Jfis..Althur' being ,in part payment of the seven lando. 9-9-3t
Chaires entertained :their: guests.:inboaor thousand J dollars due the city out of ,

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TAFT RIMS ,' f CHULUOTASUN: EAMS. TO 'THE.:PUBLIC:' '

i; .'" .- "''- v''f' >.!. o ......, \ /-/umber Laths and Shingles
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On account of hebtr advance in
Mr. tad 'K i.:J.:,:N._ Ab& formerly Weather If fine:. N- rains. ,Crops flour- and other ingredients in making

rf ttti | .;. brt..Wir;.rf: bring;; growing Farmers:smiling:rn, huluota. I bread, :we have.found it necessary to

'IH. bare ;moved to;,Sftnford:;wbere .. I advance the price a little. The loaves V

-% Mr. Atik KM:.been .pro ot6d. .t (rf :Billie :JacobsGabe. 'Long; John will still be sold at five and ten cents, NAIRLIMBER COMJPAIVY.
but-beginning
Monday, September 7,
B* *fM*"ef the'A,,C.'L, :iMrs.JUiikwrf Cong. .and Miss'Annie Brown all.went we can: not give six for a quarter, as

:SOB.'', are.. wig",with' her' par- to Orlando Monday. heretofore. The offer we now 'make

: "; Hr.--,and,"Mrs. !f., ;G ,Sphaler. 'Miss May 'Prevatt, who hasbeenvisiting 'is 11 loves for, fifty cents, or-22 for

'ltw thk leek f with brother 'J. .A. Prevatt $1. This is a very little advance as
;} She : <* .a' viat> her compared with the raise that has been
k, :.a..L_di: $. '''Kraifi...hiua:;,.''Alas and returned to'her home:Friday. made in flour. \ ORLANDO

':.....t 3" ,Mr,\and Mrs. J. C. Partin, of Or- % ,CHARLES.ROCK.

i ; #W. 'GSfW.. ia on.,the ski- ffido, visited the bitter's' mother, J.GORDON'S E. NICHOLSON.963t BAKERY..

,IIC:: Mrs.. Lizzie'Jacobs, Sunday.. '

: .J&'. 'lire. A.L.; .. Wright of.Ororfomerly ,Our, church'and Sunday school and Royal Cement Agatite Plaster aid Perfection Lime

,, r : :of :Taft:'.speet'Sun- missionary. societies ,turned out in NOTICE TO- CONTRACTORS
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'.:awj ;Mofiday he :looking' afterjertytTvisitmg full .and went to ,the union meeting -
Sealed bids will be received up to
'/)"., ,....._. "",..., .'.friends and' at Lockwood on the 30th ulto. This 2 o'clock p. m. Friday September 11, I
" ',; ,' l'-to !eajoy..the pure air, of meeting, ,proved a great success in for the construction ,of covers over

;;: 1tft'a tittte.white ::They were'dinner bringing the church people together, septic tanks in the city of Orlando. Statement of the
Condition of
Plans and specifications be gotten the
may
':0" ::( ;p etaR-of. Jlrs.;: ;A :*: Sphaler"Sun- audit is felt and hoped a great spiritual from the City Clerk. I

;< ,.' _; 'f to.the community will re CARL JANSEN City Clerk. Orlando Bank
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;;\> ;X:&:Effisen and. 'daughter Frances sultMrs. 9-8-lt Trust Co.,
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>. : of,the Ranch" on.Tanner Lake were A A. Bond and :two little

:., :slippers and visitors' in1 .our' city boys, Miss_Rosa Lane and Mr. W. A. Lots of people are good for lack of Orlando, Ffcu,
-- the chance not to be.
Newton left for Orlando last week At the Close of Business Jane 30th,1914.

' iXn: .Ok 'Rlchardeon. 'and Mrs. J. where they will.spend several months.

:.N., Ahik.;.were shopping. in Orlando i Mrs. G o. Bentley is quite sick at In the bloody race between 1814 RESOURCES.
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and 1914 we should say that the lat..
; may. t this
/ writing. ter has an uncomfortable lead. Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $379,514 36
8. Bowman ,returned lastS Clarence Currie met with the misfortune
Mrs. S. : Over-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . '. . . . 622 34

E day:from' a;visit to her,former of getting' his. arm'broken. If you want your bicycle fixed ina Stocks and Bends 'p" .,. . .. . . f. . . . 26,018 33
mer near St.: Louis, ,Mo, and says one day last week.f
Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . .
: hurry take it to Warman's RepairShop. . 26,637 37
that does not look: attractive in village
Missouri as 0. Massengill was our
12-5-tf. Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . 291,393 48
to bur,'as formerly,' and, she is over Sunday.. He has resigned his

glad" to::gei' back;:to Taft 'That'swhat position with the' F. E. C. Railroad PAVING AND CURBING ORDINANCE $724,185 88

they; all .sayA. company and leaves in a few days for

; : .E.;Bo J ,.'Herbert. Tice, Lyman Bristol,. TeniL: where Mrs. Massengill land curbing An Ordinance certain streets to provide in the for City the of paving Orlando.Be and. LIABILITIES.

:Bowman. and,C. A. 'Tompkins were the children have already gone. it Ordained by the City Council of the Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. $100,000 00

doing."loudness,, ;" in Orlando, Saturday; Rev. W. M. Martin, of Seville, filled City Section of L Orlando That the: following named streets Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 39,96135

Word has-been,received,in this city I his regular appointment at the Bap shall fled for be each paved street with and brick shall of the be width curbed specL with ReDiscounts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None

,0(: tae, arrival of_, a fine baby girl, tist''- huIch: here, Saturday night and I concrete curb four by fourteen inches. Bills Payable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ; None

bora:.to :Mr.;and Mrs.,Earnhardt, of Sunday. Miss Wretha Martin accompanied Street North to Colonial Orange Drive Avenue,-from fill in Washington with brick Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . -. . . . . e 582,669 47

Tampa.: Mrs.' Barnhardt, will, be re- her father on this trip. .average North width Orange of 14 Avenue feet. Colonial Drive to' Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,55506

limbered :as.Miss. ,: Lila Bryant, Quite a number"of our folks took the connection with Lake.Ivanhoe Boulevard
i of'this place. their lunches and camping outfits I extension of North Orange Avenue 30 feet.
formerly_. : picnic I Lake Ivanhoe Boulevard extension of North $724,185 88 /
; i Joe,Ahflc of Sanford was down: to and hied away to the St. Johns Orang Avenue to city limits 16 feet f
I South Orange Avenue from end of brick Reserve. Carried by the BankReserve . . : . . . $291,393 48
:;ate hit wife and friends.a little :while prairie for a day or two vacation last i at Phillips' Garage to Lucerne Circle fill in

8.... .y.Mr week. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Jacobs with brick of average width of 14 feet. required by Law . . . . . . . 116,533 89
South Orange Avenue from Lucerne Circleto
: ;'Cheep Avery, of Indiana, chaperoned the party. Gore Avenue 18 feet. '
a Gore Avenue from South Avenue : Reserve in Excess of Amt Required Law
: p. .trhoe"tLe trip'8OfJthJn.h s tour- Mr, and Mrs. Bertie Story and to Knhl Avenue 24 feet. Orange by $174,859 59Deposits
1
,"i f ng',ear;has. looked over several parts Miss Blanche Green; of Pine Mount, Knhl Avenue from Gore Avenue to South, on June 3Q, 1913 . . . . . . . $527,758 01
limits 20 feet
city
1 ftf Florida.asd has 'decided that Taft were visiting at F. M.. Story's last r,ern Central Avenue from Atlantic Coast Line I, Deposits on June 3b, 1914 . . . . . . . 582,66949
4 : : Railroad to Garland Street fin in with brick I
the desaahle home
is Bftost place r a week. 14 feet .

:that:he;;has .Been in all, his 'travels, Clyde Fleming, postoffice inspector, Central Avenue from Garland. Street to INCREASED . . . . . . . . . $54,91148
,Western city limits SO feetCentral
I
x aid in:all,.probability he will pur- came out to bur town and went over Avenue from Main Street to West I

cfcaae or,bold a home' here. the 'proposed rural mail route from Street fill in with brick,of width of 14 feet.I I The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors
I
Central Avenue.from West Street to SumI
-Mrs.' : 'John;'Bull ia* making here Christmas and back I te progressive but conservative to be liberal
; an ex- to Fort by merline Street 24 feet. persue a policy, in its

te&ded;:visit'with>her-,daughter,.Mrs. Lake Pickett to Chuluota last week. Lucerne Robinson Circle Avenue entire from circle railroad 18 feet.to Orange I I treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.

'Wmleasea at'Jacksonville prior toiMr E. L. Brown went over the route with Avenue 24 feet. I I Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and

_f :': : ,..deftrtve :to/, their' ,new- home. I im. East Robinson Street Avenue 24 feet from Orange Avenue to safely conducted bank are cordially invited.DYNAMITING .

;, J Liwi: -Tuesday: large number of the Magnolia Avenue from Robinson Avenue to
Colonial Drive 24 feet
tl) :fria4.of;:Mr.;and Mrs. M. ')I. Hob- Try Sentinel classified advertise- Eughey Street from Central Avenue to a s *9 *W

:!:t.1. ',_. ::and.-.niece,;Miss. Hester, gathered ments if wanting to buy, sell or rent American Main,Street Street from 24 Confederate feet. Monument to

; $ 'it their;home ;Monday,,evening and Washington Street full width of present road

f .i[I ,'-.peat a:coapk of hours in social.chat way.24 feet.Washington Street to Robinson Avenue. done in all its branches. WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ? .

aod music. Later; Miss Hester as- PEOPLE'S WANTS Main Street from Jackson Street to Lucerne Clearing land is our specialty. I
1\1\ Circle 24 feetMain I ,
siated by Mi 'Jose Coins and',Miss Street from Jackson Street to Church Let us do your work. Estimates FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

.r' acts Dennis served dainty i fresh- *,full West width.Street Central Avenue to Anderson. cheerfully given. L. N. Lewis, 406S. FOR WOMEN

:,l\\ iiHats after which the', .gue&8d"e1i' departed MUNNDfAKSSNotieca Street 24 feetAnderson East street 7-14-lmo GUNESYILLg
;. I. Street from West Street to DeLaney TALLAHASSEE.
': = having; :spent. a. "q w. of Lost' Wanted For gale, For Street. 24 feet. College of Arts and Sciences;Normal School; -
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; Beat etc. for this --..' lie for oat dt*. DeLaney Street from Anderson Street to School of Music; School of Expression
4 for tkm dW |LN for .... fir Gore Avenue 24 feet ;
Mt or OM
School of Art Extension Division
ii Mr. Iioltalaw the' of ... Jackson Street from Orange Avenue to the ; ; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Art
; new).manager II wens or. Money. acceogan; I School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming: Law :
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad full width ; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers
adtirttoBMtia for thisseciama. as MmMrtioos of ne Cathedral School '
.t e.Ttts. Mflfifig Co.;:eipects to.move will be made on credit present'roadway. pool modern; basket buildings ball;and beautiful tennis campus courts;new; dormi-and t College;Graduate Experiment Station; Extension DIvision
South Street from Orange Avenue to At- ; School Ten new brick buil4-
a;:"I :h ,fwoHy: h re.this'week. They.will lantic Coast. Line Railroad full width of present tories have all modern conveniences; new lags, besides gymnasium, swimming pool and
. occupy .the,;.former Tracy, .residence, WANTED good second hand au- roadway. ORLANDO. FLORIDA dining room and kitchen most hygienic in;many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers, in
Florida 418 ladies ,
from 49 counties
; young tractors
and
1 tomobile-no "junkheap.'V Apply Anderson Street from DeLaney Street to assistants. S54 young men
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ti which:witftfce; improvements to be Lake Street. 24 feet (Fonurir known u PtU. lark School) and 12 states last session. I 41 Florida counties and U States and
Magnolia House, corner South and TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign
countries
last
session.
h! :added:will, make, him "a,=very pretty Boone streets, between 5 and 6 o'clock mer Lake Street Street 24 from feet Anderson.. Street to Pal- REOPENS OCTOBER 7 School Bard and entrance fees for the TUITION FREE, Board and Entrance Fees.

: i :!:: ..lane. We; .heartily welcome ,Mr. p. .m. 9-4-4t Concord Avenue from Magnolia Avenue to year'12400.EDWARD For catalogue CONRADL write PresidentFOR $132.50 per year. Write today for catalogu
ti; HeHckw' '.. cfk : esteemed familyto Trenton Street 24 feet A Boarding and Day School for Girl A. A. MURPHRE, President
,
-, .. - FOR SALE-Second hand sewing Hillcrest Avenue from Magnolia Avenueto Recvlar and Special Coinc*-Primary,
ow. C tJ. Broadway, 24 feet I Intermediate and Academic GradesMasieArtElocatlonPhysiesl I
I nMiss ,machines; ,drop head Singers, rotary Boone Street from Church Street to South Culture RENT-Five room house with FOR SALE
'. h l : Ianner: and Miss:Hester White. ; rotary Standard, New Street full width of present roadway. Domestic Science-Admirable Situation
: Mebets ;are*. ,guests;; of: 'Mrs. D. R. Home, and other makes. Will be Boone Street from South Street to Irvine and SuTonndinc.-Climate Healthful. five acres of good truck land; fif Nursery stock, one, two, three and
p sold for cash this month. Call Street 20 feet. Careful Home Life-Capable Teachen four old
; l ', .QsHe a number (our resi cheap :Marks Street from Orange Avenue to Lake- i Low Rates.Rev.'Roderlek. teen minutes walk from postoffice. year buds; Foster Early
datttl4bor' : D8J''SPOrts 'atPme.Caetle at Singer Office; or phone 32L C. B. view Avenue, 24 feet: Lakeview Avenue from Pineapple, Java, Hooosassa, Wash-
n : .. ; Lindsay manager. 8-11-tf Marks Street to'Lake Ivanhoe, IS feet P. Cobb, Bishop Mann. Address Sumpter F. Davis 209 Irvine ington Navel.
r.' ;: ..' Church Street from Garland Street to Par- : Rector. President Address Mrs. M.Kahlei
plii WANTED TO RENT a four or five ramore Street 24 feet street 8-25-6t Apopka, FIa. Phone 2222. 3-18-tf
fihereare: mors.a80 t of
a new Church Street from Main to West Street. I
v
room furnished house. Prefer fill in with brick.American .
Minister. coming,here"and if any en- to _ _ ,
northern section of city. Apply Street from Atlantic Coast Line - - - - - - -- - -
: \\1 :co ra effiefit: 3s':'offered,'vwill make. astrongrfort Mayer Candy company.: 9-8-3t t Railroad Adopted to.September Lucerne Circle 1, 1914.24 feet i'I't; \ \\ \ \\\\" ,\ \ " '" \" \\"
l :to have church
t ; a built E. F. SPERRY
F' ,It'is hoped,that : :one,will take WANTED:-Two miles of secondhandrails Mayor.
every
for tram'road... Address Dr. Attest: CARL JANSEN.
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> ., it ,)fold and lift:with a;will and the_obadades W. S. Burkhart, Lockland,. 0. 9-5-3t \ City Clerk. & jwr.j71IR Y/ !

: will,.disappear.! We have an

,eiegaat,'large school building which WANTED-To exchange four good NOTICE OF ELECTIONTo
t\ would:be.'(an':ornament "to townffiacli lots set with fruit trees and near
any
city limits, for Ford Touring car, 1914 the Sheriff of Orange County of the
large,than,::Taft_ Now .let; us State of Florida:
modeL Call 306' West Concord avenue Were
\ Be it Known That L H. CLAY CRAWFORD \ They to
'build' a suitable ,church one atleast 9-6-6t: Secretary: of State of the State of

f, The Chapel in ,the parsonage building Florida do GENERAL hereby give ELECTION notice that a ::2:

l. :-answers' ',the. purpose. now, but if .a FOR RENT Will be held in Orange County State of
( 'pastor settles here Florida on Tuesday next succeeding the first
have
we must Monday in Novmber A. D. 1914. the said
tome. other,place. ,for. church services.. FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with Tuesday being'the
t garage;' elegantly furnished; on I THIRD DAY OF NOVEMBER be Married Soon
We
: understand that D. B. I
: Sphaler Lake.Lucerne. Jas. A. Enox. For United States Senator from the State of
I : \:! '.te_aaaifflg extensive improvements on 8-27-tf .Florida For Representative for six years from from the March Fourth 4, 1915.Congressional -

i : is i hiiproperty at'Sand Lake.' I District of the State of Florida ta

n ,Word.has.been.received 'from several FOR RENT the States.Sixty-fourth. Congress of the United \

. ,; (. of roar:residents .who, summered Fourteen room house; modem, up- I I, For Commissioner of Agriculture. of the Came to us tosee, what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of

11 in the' North, .'that- '.they 'would soon I to-date Circle;;.with partly garden furnished, fruit; on and Lucerne flow- State For of Two Florida.Justices of the Supreme Court cf four or five rooms. They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable*

ts !i ,Abe.coaing.:back..and bring friends ers. J. F. Watkins. 7-80-d&w-tf. the For State Two of Railroad Florida. Commissioners of the yet the amounf ot money which they: had available for the furnishing of their

:with them. ,(We.:'look"for no' vacanthouses State 'of Florida. home made expensive peices prohibitive.
For Two Members of the House of Representatives -
it in...'Taft: .the coming winter. FOR RENT Two office spaces in of the State of Florida. They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.
I\ :Several are engaged already. We our.store at No. 9 W. Church street For Sheriff..
Come in and we will show you. Pierce For County Assessor of Taxes. We offered a Jew suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were
.shoold,have,another,hotel or.a.largeboarding For Tax Collector.For .
:JiOi e..It: would be rushed Beetrk Co. 3-29-tf Five County County Treasurer.For Commissioners. much pleased with what.they had seen and took memorandums. of what they

rJ ii accordiag;to. present: appearances. MISCELLANEOUS For Three Members of the County Boardof thought they should, want. .
Public .
': i rI.t 'We"are: tt ld.that Parties are quietly 'For Justice Instruction.of the Peace in and'for the following After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doingthe

k l! ;toekifig, over ,the ground .m' the in- BOARD furnished AND and, ROOMS-House_ remodeled. North newly No. 14.Justice Districts 'via: best -possible. with their appropriation they came back and placed their order

t, II 'Urests, ,of'' Pittsburg and Chicago ern cooking.- $5 and ,$6 per week. No.No. 15.20. with us.This.

.' n capkalists_ :__ looking, -'to_ a trolly line Excellent location. Magnolia House No. Z%. is a typical example of hundreds of'homemakers: whom
R ',f rot'''Sftaforid. to' :Kissimmee i and on corner South and Boone streets. Mrs. For Constable in and for the following 1ustiee we are
1 \ Districts vis: ,
M 9-4-lm
i' e.Le.wis. pleasing.
; 1i 'further,in(the,near-future. We hopeHJsaot"hotair .manager. No. 2. '
No. 8. We extensive stock oi serviceable attractive
: :"'for would carry an homefurnishingsgrading
; it' :be No.10.No. \
:" Y '.v1'. 'a'..great--eeav Biefice and :we" think 'a FOR SALE-A No. '1. saddle mare No.. 14. from; the lowest priced which are good, to the very best. Your appropriation
15-
Wg'paJiBg11 in., Wright's or buggy; Box horse.567.; Address-,9-2-tf care No. 20. ,for furnishing ,your home may be anything from $175 toioooor more
.. ' No. z:.- .
In Testimony Whereof. I hare here into -yo can make the most of it with us.
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;1\e' rBokert Hungerford rd \Nomalaad NANCY HALL-and Porto Rico sweet set my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the
: .. : fa4wtml' : potato slips at $L75 per 1,000. State of Florida at Tallahassee the Capitsl.
jJ School will throwr open Quick delivery. Cash Apopka Plant this the twenty-fourth day of August. A.. D.

> ) ti., ._ideew'OetoW" ,1,1914. for.Us fa!. Co.. Apepka, Fla., _5-24-tf 1914.(L.. S.) H..CLAY, CRAWFORD.
q ttem.. We.hope.all stademtaTwffl 'be Secretary: of State.
J 1"1JNie t.t.: first,day' The bufld- K Who 'u year. paiawr sad. decorator? To 8-t-t.d.J. F.. Gordon Sheriff Orange' County.- Kincaid & Snowden
1 yev are ntkfted keep the one yea
.'JijI.1tIi..: ,:thoroughlyreaovatedewyfck haft; if not, phone W. T. .Entrican -

y.'... :,.. ..., ,. g.""betag" made' as"com-.. ., N. 6N.. 1-2041 WOOD. COAL AND ICE ,
t 4 JSliieMptrtkie., ,Any inf Wood, $L50. a strand up.; Hand's '
. : orma- PRIVATE BOARD-The:
t IJ ,-.BiIl-ctIae: : 4 'school,:may be ,at.,,Daytona Beach, can.:Lpngmere accommodate -, Coal Yard,,phone.566. 9-31rtf Firiitwe rf meter at Popular PricesGor.

;w i.wri&iI r Mrs..;R.'.a .Calhoan, six or seven 'people at $6 per I
;Ih t ft i :: :' week, 'Two people $10 ,:-per'-WeeL I .'OPEN ALL NIGHT:
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t 'the. :DDS German' ffiAEvTo Kaiser.- celebrated on'the first Monday in September TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD 1
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: touch day. 2. Comfort i
of saving i>iomor.' -" Other states speedily followed suit,
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-,'WhatrwitlwaidrObe>. n , staffed and it soon assumed a national char. 3. Cleanliness 8. Safety 1

'ii.'tith warrior,'geej. c.. "*" acter. Up until 1894 monster paradeswere
i Your;;: y gmader-step,,T parades,, your held in various cities, in honorof 4. Simplicity 9. Perfect Regulation ; jl
.p U- the day; but these proved so ex.'pensive'they j
Your', -menaces, . the, deaf-, of Heat '
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: :eaed sphere: have been abandonedmost I
...' ;w 'rude:oeftcaaekmsf ; everywhere. The holiday is now 5. Accessibility
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>Yeur.first: ;. 'ti tteraed" "the pinkest
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tion of.mechanical labor and
by pic-
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:: 1 ' nics, excursions and public games,

'And vyM, atAy,awaeat+ glove(.in which rae expected to fill the coffersof -
: mail' ,. the labor unions rtaher than de- 3. COMFORT
Smife like a:n Het;,
'- plete them. -Ocala Banner. 1 >

Mastejof all;AeTfft rt d'what was '' : Cleanliness is of the 'f
Get the news in the Sentinel'first. one greatest items in favor of the Gas Range.

Lord. 'us: rtLe know liffieKght,it-:.L 'bkie. 'that let- MASTER'S SALE The ALL GAS KITCHEN is always clean and is very easily kept clean,

'.You'seemed a gift;designed _od,purTiesee4sseed.
, pose for Under because there are no kindlings or dirty fuel to litter up the floor and no
and by virtue of a decree of fore
The flippant poet Biscuit closure and sale, rendered the Honorable
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waste to be
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I James W. Perkins, Judge of the Seventh Judicial every day. Because4 there is no smokeor
.c at,jet, to,.theee old T npt ,the appetite, I Circuit of the State 1 pf Florida, sittingin '
jeltl snead." -- Chancery for Orange County in a certain soot to mess things up and make the kitchen look like a boiler room
,Into : heart.Jou 'faunaged please the taste and cause pending in said Court wherein The
;/. u open nourish the State Bank of Orlando a corporation. is Make kitchen
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x,". .LIi.. :''_ . : bo'dy.Cri8p complainant, and Willet Groover and Irma your clean and sanitary. -
All of-w tread.aad .11(like ,dean and fresh, }I. Groover are defendants, the undersigned,
"t MfmadAboA Scents as Special Master In Chancery, will sell to COOK WITH GAS AND BE COMFORTABLE. -
the highest bidder for cash in front of the
r Court House door in Orlando Florida, during
You sAred' oar grieffl>fch seeming the ,legal hours of sale on
: : SEPTEMBER 7. 191.
Bract MONDAY.
-'.litietyes too*
:. i the mortgaged property referred to in said
You.mom a oag lIcoUiBgIi en. t'Round decree, to-wit:
thin, t'ender- The northwest quarter of the southwest ORLANDO WATER & UGHT CO.
8 l : S'; ''' ',tkat'fair ostward with,,a delightful flavor quarter of section ten (10), township twenty
r ; ty (22) south of range twenty-nine (29) east, .
appropriate for luncheon -1
less one acre square in the northwest corner
.A hrt r that'cheated.r .. ,,. tea and dinner. thereof, situate, lying and being in the County GAS DEPARTMENT
of Orange and State of Florida. Terms cash
11 10 cents Purchaser. to pay for titles.
l.dte FRANK A SMITH,
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*eat...WE S d The sale is continued from September 7,

A"trai arprsved.fer: ;; ,' '.- 'honest 1914. to October 6. 1914.<< FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES

:.To'- a.d meter: Made, of the finest AND DO ALL KINDS OPoptICALRJP4IRING ,

Tide'd.LtM' Day"fo' told by,yours .ingredients.perfection.Bakedto The For Sale $8 Charbton and Return $8

'In ".! III bete;.<f tliere, with national strength
1: ,food zo cents. VIA"Clyde
.You and roar rat we spies and binsterulg. -
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_: .erew I have a carload_ of Jersey Milk .A
-Of" Mur,Potsd6I 1ers.; Buy biscuit baked byNATIONAL Cows for sale, and people of the surrounding .

And. ;lothere; ,'s awni another* swift' BISOILT country are invited to in Line"t
stern,' DR. L H. RAMSD U
4| the wheels.of. wrath, by COMPANY pect the stock.Reasonable OPTOMETRIST
!- Justice1,.'token, prices. Call on or address First Class Meals
Breaker"-. .intern of,God's,'-own peace, you-shall Always'look for that Name. JAMES, N. SEWELL, Sveeessor to. Dr. 0. P. L+ M) and Berth Included ;
"< ORLANDO '- FLORIDA
Yourself, bebroken.::. >-. 8-22-D & W Winter Garden, Fla. ,
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: ,. ('KING. AND COUNTRY, FOR SALEBARGAIN. steamers August -22nd to October 17th'. nU
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, .. .See; ,'we'stasa:by,hill and fen Limit 10 Days
Waiting.:for;,oerswhatto;; do..

Som*with get-and'some' ,with pen.;. THE MARKETOf Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every

,,.Forty'raOiiea.Baglisifflaen Hit a:naa or terjf a'screw, .; I Three ten acre tracts on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.

Eactiexerh w lido.:
Cleanliness Of Quality Orlando and Kissimmee road,

,"Forty; We:are:miitten net a EagUshmen few; ". ,- only two and one half miles For, reservations and further particulars apply to

',Tell. p'8!oaIr'1 here'and,when. flESH AND SALT MEATS from the post office, Orlando.
s .We. will, 'shut. out leve for you. H. G. WENZEL Fla. Pass. Agent
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GERMANS. COMPa." 'BELGIANS TO Ktpt:._ ,the.beet BMkuyWt n -L.eaeeetei price will double when the 122 W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. N

':, AID'IN BOILDDW-FOMl.. :Iftr7iLt_, aunty. free the Ilse. aM kept fresh brick road is laid. Other -

; tF'FICATKNSJ' { :..: small tracts for grove purposes --

.;. ;Aa Ostead fo tch.vkdation'of : '_i-,..... .i gwwtoe. oittrfirtiM:We-. tartewyttfcf atbuying values., Also The Sentinel is the only progressive Sentinel subscribers who contem-
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to fee MM .... desirable and city
groves metropolitan morning between plate vacations
:to:the 8tiveeaIJ. !::. :"AA:new. paper in the mountains tr -
f 'tk* laws' :of-.war.has.beencommitted'ij property at:prices that command Jacksonville and Tampa. Sendit elsewhere, may have the Sentinel by
MARKEt
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tike Gamut.,:.The nailitary + attention.- to your friends by mail in Florida mail without any additional expense ,
Breasts has lofteddvz1'gaids'aried ,. and the address
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V Wounded Being Brought Into
::J ) } : : .. French Metropolis Tell of

y' :\; :_ ; .. Gradual of Invaders Driving Back .

,, it > PONT OVERLOOK- cHEcKS. THERE SHOULD DE ) ,: ;
h ,..- Paris, 8. An .
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"_ .L ; /This,is the Fall to start.a checking I Sept. communication
: issued at Paris afternoon
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; i : says that the left wing of the ffjfj. Constant Battle
>:- ,) f ,the.way'.that brings back a receipt every |allied armies comprising portions of
,- I the force defending Paris, continuesto \.
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Courts.
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we say :
h retiring in the direction of the
$i f: This is' the Fall to start your Marne river between Meaux and Se- :: -An account in the Peoples National -

1 f'' checking. account:-and; this is'a.. good sanne. Bank will to be
Violent encounters have. ,occurredon : prove ;
_, ;# ,strong. b'ank'i-_ \bank;with.The the French center between Fere-

: -w Champenoise and Vitry-le-Francois at ';t1 i i 11;: A Fortress of Strength I :
'" the southern point of the forest of : ;

p ; _. ,State ,Bank. :. .Orlando, : Argonne.back nowhere.The French The Germans have fallen have I it f: ..in time of your need, and establishes .t:= ..:

i :: :p.tr> ... ; ; .. ;: ,. i 1 lost ground. : l. your standing in the community t ;

... Near Yitry the movement of re-
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1 1G tirement is confirmed on the German
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L ,. side. On the French right a German "..,,, .,,.
5ii - division attacked on the axis of Chateau -
:: : 1 Salina and Nancy, but was repulsed -

h '.' -- to the northward, passing the ,ye'rIi,
!forest of
ChampenoUL
If 1 PEOPLE- -ASKED,'TO_.' PRAY FOR I lead us in the paths of ,obedience to Further to the east the French ... ...... . .1, ....., .. .. .. ., ,.. . . : ......:. '''.'' ,..,.....'.. .. .. .. '., .. . .. ....
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counsels that purge and make wise. dry and the peak of Fourneaux. "
4 0, ;'-; (Ceatifiied from'page 1)America "In witness- whereof- I have here- There is no change in the situationin .1"D' .. ; :
.: , do,designate. Sunday, the unto set.my.hand and caused the seal the province of Alsace.. : ? } ff.,1 : .
r Y i1i '\,"iewtn" day'of',October,next, a.day of of"the United States to be affixed. I The turning movement of the Germans l ; \ .t>5; >? .,:r.. ": >,: : : '

.:prayer: and.:,supplication, and do re- "Done at the city of Washington I has finally resulted in a battle : .. : ,..
k R :qptMt ell ,God-fearing. .persons to repair , thiseighth day of September in the I formation that puts their ,own rightin .. .
on that. :day to. 'their' places of year of Our Lord? one thousand, nine II II jeopardy, 'as yesterday's advanceof f_: t : ; ::t ::6f;(::;::"j:: : {1: 1:rt.:: .;.t;. ;; ..\. i :;" ;;iti:::;; ).:,: :/;:'. :; f.}J';?i. ::' ;.:
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G 'worship,'there to unite their petitions 4 hundred and fourteen and of the inde- the allies' left proved.As -
to. Almighty-,God, that.overruling the !pendence of the United States of far as may be inferred from the
o ,,<,p.cowael t'men,. setting" traightthe. : America.. .the one hundred and thirty- meager official news the army now I by tramway. Among those arriving brought here from Compiegne, gives GERMANY'S GAME AMONG THE
V iW iage-theycan': not;;govern_ or alter, I I ninth. called the army of Paris must be act- yesterday were two Irish troopers, this account of the engagement at MOHAMMEDANS
s' :tricing pity on the nations now,in the I "(Signed) .Woodrow' Wilson. ing as an independent force,'holdingthe who, separated from their regiment that place:,
o ;hoes'of.cefiflict,. in Hi(mercy and [ "By the president: convex side of a curved battle line during the fight at Compeigne, could "The fighting lasted for three days London, Sept. 8.-The correspondent
:goodness"_showing,a way where men "William Jennings.Bryan, and free to menace the communications give no other account of their wan-: and two nights. The German artil- of Reuter's Telegram company at
J: ,,am :see_none,'He/vouchsafe His,chil- I "Secretary of State." of the enemy. derings than that the last they knew lery wasted a good many shells in locating : Rome says this dispatch has been received -
7, ;<4rea',heelkg peace again and restoreogeeat'.coacaidamong Bits of news coming in from the "they were fighting at Copenhagen." the positions of our trenches. there from Naples: "Steamers -
f men Sentinel subscribers who ,contemplate wounded show that the allies gaineda The general opinion of the morning Their shots fell to the right and to arriving from Egypt report that
(}' and:nayoM:'without which;there.can I vacations in the mountains t r distinct success on the leftthe en- press is that the allies may lose the the left of us, in front of us and be- German emissaries are inciting the

_.. h be neither happiness-nor true.friend"skip elsewhere, may have the Sentinel by emy suffering greatly while trying to battle and still make the siege of hind us. Finally they got the range." Mohammedans.against England, say-
1, .'nor. any=wholesome fruit of, toil man without any additional expense cross the river Marne. As fast as Paris difficult for the enemy, while if ing Germany is everywhere victorious. -
1} .,:or,thoaght.in'the world;'praying also and the address changed as often as I IL pontoons were finished the French the Germans lose the situation of Eat what you want ."
..It; 'to,.'thin.end ,that', He,.forgive:'us our desired three inch guns demolished them before their entire position in France will Eat all you want.
_ :will, I Take a postscript and forget it. T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
sane, our. ignorance,'of,His holy they could be utilized. be critical.
f. -- For. sale by all druggists. Conscientious work at fair prices.
F H r.:4 o_ut lei hfulnea and_,f' .many. ., I errors- and- Get the news in the Sentinel first The wounded are being brought in A wounded English cavalry officer,I l-7-d&w-lyr Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf

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