Title: The morning sentinel
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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 10, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00430
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., : In ,Retreat oreg French: . and. COMPLETED IN TIME ATION SATISFACTORYTO _
""* sir a <#+&* : FOR OPENING ALLIES
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: Armies in France
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_, i.BritiM..Kaft. \ ORe or Two Members of the..I --r French Are Slowly Advancingand _

:1 Faculty Have Not Been Decided IN ONE ENGAGEMENT BOTH Driving Invaders Before GERMAN FLYER PURSUEDBY

'i Cram. *".River, Mane ia Het Pursuit of Retreating Upon, But All loBe SIDES LOST BETWEEN Them, Many Surrendering BRITISH AND FRENCH
>. s ..kviriers-Lt: eve ,Evacuated by German* Emperor i' Ready by 28th 60,000 AND 70,000 to Pursuers LONG TIMEBatfc
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:' 1 f': ;FiW.. .'..Jetq, *. 'of. Awtria. 'II' Failiag Health-, -
i '? 5' BrHtek. COB" verted.Cnfecr- '\\Wrecked. ont. set Monday for .the, September opening of 28th the, has Orlando been tRMAN LOSSES THE llEAESJ[ London of the, Sept.Times 9.-The at Petrograd correspondent says-: REVOLVERS l PROVED R [ INfffCTWf[

,1 ,Ceast of Said high and grammar schools, and every- -
"The extent of the losses during
g-, t thing is expected to be in readiness Ten Thousand of Kaiser's Men A JJ, k &ccee 11 M lkt.J.kl F
." the fart .sz ir xka of &e e'ac gZa es < >> e g
kbt J-qamz to
fir 7P2 gl c.J.1 ,
'. j' ;i {Si:'Mo i Esri}, Setf. .-{ pecltk lmil ar p- the hest erlventage, 'wed, fiy. Hs&fD s m Ou 255 jtrerivso caraaftSes far zs foe ii> fanBan I&KS Uninjured -

'palling.'defeat was administered to.the Austrian army by the Rus- One or two vacancies in the faculty Engagement on Sep- background. Not less than 10,000 Though Had
have not been definitely deeided tember First Slowest Machine
upon dead Germans counted in the
'si&ns.today at Rawa'Ruska/32 miles northwest Lemberg with were
.t . ,: ;:. bat. the selection of the corps of trenches after one engagement in
the result,that.the. last obstacles- to the-Russian advance on-Berlin, teachers is near enough completed to Paris, Sept. 9.-An official com- Prussia. Berlin, via London, Sept. 9.Ser
\.j make that there will be eastern
PriyailaiidJaroaOW, are now\completely invested. sure no delay munication, issued today says the situation the fateful 1 when geant Major Werner of the aviation u
"On September ,
in the opening on that score. Prof.
Probably;the.most'important result is the demoralization of remains satisfactory. The returned today from the front
r%' R. L Moon, the principal, has already German right is retreating before the two Russian corps came to death corps

: the. Awtranjarmy. 1, wkich.is now< 'in a' desperate. . situation.. '''Disheerteaed been appointed and in the selectionof English. The French center is slow- grips with four German corps northof after making repeated scouting flights _
'f' the school faculty this is usuallythe The situation the Soldau, the losses on both sides over the French and British troops.He .
; : by the constant defeats and suffering from defection of ly advancing. on
{ first and most difficult task wherea right is unchanged. totalled between 60,000 and 70,000, described it as his most thrill
,the-- :' ]!variow.'Bltio' " ,: ''ties of which, it is composed, mutiny has change is to be made. -The statement- says: the majority being Germans. ing flight, one in which he battled

.. wkted its influence and desertions are many. Pestilence is spreading I The _new grammar school buildingwill "First. On the left wing, althoughthe "The results of the fair at Nijni with two aeroplanes of the enemy,
be in readiness for occupancy, Novgorod provide conclusive evidenceof one a British biplane and the other a
Germans have been reinforced,
,the;ranks and numerous_deaths from diseases are reported. small effect the
only the finishing work remaining'un- the situation remains satisfactory.The the comparatively French monoplane. Both were much
i 14 thbig battles.at_Lemberg,.Halicz and Rawa Ruska, the Aus- completed now. A delay in completing enemy is retreating before the war had upon internal trade. Busi- faster than his machine, which was
then w building was threatenedby ness was suspended for only two or old and battered.,
J;trans lost,coaattees ,thousands" dead, and wounded and more British army.
; the arrival of the floor- of mobilization enemies flew beside and
[;oa.;: delayed "Second. At the center our ad- ;three days at the beginning "My two i
;thac i -:30,000prii ecs.. .The* remnants.,of, the.. armies are in;full* t ing, but it is here now and work wille vance is slow but general On the I but afterwards it was nor- about me for a long time" he said.

,\_ftir t;'being pursued by,Russian cavalry rushed; the laying of the flooring right wing there has been no actionof mal. There was a brisk demand for 'I expected momentarily that they
: : only being a.few days' work for the the the circleof goods from central Asia, Persia, the would throw bombs, but apparentlythey
t The Russians,arenow concentrating:3,500,000, men for the in- enemy.against great
large ,crew of men employed on the Nancy. In,the Vosges and in Alsace Caucasus and the Volga regions. A had none. Both of them fired
r O lGeniM: Polaad'a d:east Prussia; ". structure. the situation remains un- majority of firms are ready to extend revolvers' repeatedly 'in my direction
The completion of this new building credit to regular customers. The and I replied with my revolver, but
Pbaipthe next:Russian.attack removes one' of the handicaps from r Battle Still Raging Furiously state bank, too, by active discounting none of the shots were effective. Afteran
t /.totG. iBai-fortress. :,150 Hiles'east Berlin. which the school has suffered in. the British officers and soldiers arriving supports the fair. Furs alone suffered anxious quarter of an hour I drew

: at Vienna the..situation: is' serious; food .is scarce and famine past lack of adequate quarters--and from the front today declare that through the interruption of for-, them toward the German lines and
while the high school pupils will occupy battle eign trade." they were compelled to withdraw."
,"'threatens.t the four days' which still con-
-*t f '- -" .< the old building the grammar tinues to the east of Paris is being A, telegram received here from All eyes here are turned eastwardto
..i '!f Servian*t dispatch.from; Nish .said the, Servian 'war office ad- school grades will have,a new building carried on furiously. Bucharest, Roumania, says the Rus- the hard pressed Austrian armyin
and one of the finest school buildings sian victories in Galicia over the Galicia, where the importance of
that French
mitjed:today forces which crossed the river Save to invac'Boeiia'had'been ' They assert cap-
.i > in the state. tured considerable number of field forces of the dual monarchy have administering a check to the Russians

": ;. *' ,, _forced. to withdraw. This' is the first. rever3e'S With the favorable start expectedand and machine a guns, while the Germans aroused the Roumanians to almost invading army appears quite as great,
i& has admitted..._ the excellent faculty of teachers often surrendered in groups. fanatic excitement. Thousands of from a German point of view, as the
I ..r..... is\' ntvy-;- '!- *"* - : that will be provided a most success-' 'Field Marshal Sir John French, the Roumanians demonstrated yesterday vigorous pursuit of the French cam-
c : ful year for the school, is confidently in the streets of Bucharest in favorof paign.
siG commander in chief of the British expeditionary -
SHIN. RETREAT BEFORE ALLIES ,DEFENDING predicted. force now fighting with I Russia and France. The Cologne Gazette's correspondent -

J: q . ,PARIS reports from Montmedy in the
T "gJ" '.. ; J the French army, is perfectly satisfied

: Pjirifi} Sept.' 9.-=(Special- )-French and British success marked Pl M' NNON MAKS.A [ .with British the soldiers.situation They, according described to him the :RED cm SHIP HELD.miles French southeast department of of Sedan the, Meuse that Ger-, 22

the jFowth day' of the greatbattIeieing fought along a concave as going about the lines smoking a man trains are already running into

fine.item Meaux-to:Verdun with;Vitry-le-Francois as the center. rollCTION cigarette, as though he was on the AT NEW YORK France as far as that place. The
German engineers building railway
"i'Y. are a
o Cm'st :*the.. French.. .- . .left',. nearest Paris. ;> the Germans, though reinforced -. parade ground. line around the city and French

; lost;ground steadily. In the center, where the greatest HAS NOT REFUSED TO,SIGN CONFIRM STORY OF RUSSIAN FRANCE AND ENGLAND DEMAND prisoners are being employed in clearing

i' ?actifity was 'shown, 'the French ,pressed. back the Germans in a WARRANTIN: PAYMENT SOLDIERSNew NEUTRAL CREW The the death railway of two tunnels.military aviators' ,

*" x,\succession. 'of terrific" assaults,.:their artmery'playi, 1g an effective LEGAL :SERVICES ON SHIP OF MERCY Lieut. Count Uekull and Volunteer
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part. Oa_the- right of:.the allies, the exhausted Germans aban.clod York,' Sept. 9.-. Further confirmation - Raymond Arthur Breton, is an x
of reports that Russian
J '.* i their r -attack;on.Nancy, which was made'under the'personal School Tuesday Board, Neither Postponed Approvingor Action troops transported by, way of the Sixty Germans Per Cent.and They of Crew Will Were Be nounced.Dispatches to the Cologne Gazette

fcomiiAikl. EmPeror__ ,William.Despite Disapproving Davis Arctic ocean, have landed on the Continent Replaced With Spaniardsand from Bucharest report that there is ;
& Giles Bill i was given by passengers and AmericansNew a strong sentiment in favor of Rus-
f\ the'fact. that the German right is in retreat and thecenter. i crew of the Red Star liner Lapland, sia throughout Roumania.

> is pressed hard by" the allies, it must'be remembered that Superintendent J. F. McKinnon last which arrived today from Southampton. York, Sept. 9. -With her fires

'fnren million men are engaged and one or two advances or retreats night requested the Sentinel to cor- They said a large force of Russians banked, the steamship Red Cross remained FIVE GERMAN CRUISERS IN
wf.not'decide rect an erroneous article publishedin embarked from Southampton at her anchorage in the Hud PACIFIC
the,battle. August 30, the day before the Lapland
the after- orders to
Reporter-Star yesterday son river today awaiting -
Lack'of unition'h- ; embarrassed the Germans and lack offoodi noon, wherein it was stated that he left, and_ that it was well known start on her voyage of mercy to the London, Sept. 9.-A dispatch to
\'r''C' ::: that ,the Russian troops that had debarked -
; ,'sob' gthe'rijhrwin. had refused to sign a warrant for in Scotland had been traveling wounded on European battlefields. Reuters Telegram company from
$250 in payment of Attorneys Davis Her sailing was delayed yesterday by Wellington, New Zealand, says there
: Scores_of British wounded arrived in'Paris south rail to other channel
; ; : today. They assert by
& Giles for services in the litigation the interference of the British and are now five German cruisers in the

.' /: tha{the>French..'captured many field.'and :machine ,guns. Three relative to the signature of the teach-' ports brought in back England.650 Americans.The Lapland French governments, who objected to Pacific still not accounted for, namely'
.' < hundred: and :'- ,ers' salary warrants.Dr. any man in the crewof 270 being oth- the Scharnhorst, Gneisenau, Nurn-
: thirty German. prisoners also arrived in the 'city
',- -- .. McKinnon says that the article er than ,an American citizen. When berg, Stettin and Emden.
toda.. ?, is,incorrect,in. both instances, in saying CUBA PROBABLY WILL ESTABLISH the ship was taken over by the Red .
S" mmmmmm m that he has refused to sign the I I CENSORSHIP ON Cross from the HamburgAmericanLine REMOVE MINES IN ADRIATIC '

:\ GERMANS IN RETREAT CLOSELY,PURSUEDBordeaua ; / warrants and that the school board WIRELESS sixty per cent. of the crew were
. France, Sept;'9.-(Special.)-An official communica- had approved the bill. The matter Germans, who it was declared, had Rome, Italy, via Paris, Sept. 9---
tion'from. CUM up late Tuesday afternoon and Washington, Sept. 9.-Cuba prob- taken out their first American citizenship The Giornale D'Italia says that the
the war office says: "On; the French left the.Germans
ystfterkacosaplete\ - after brief discussion was postponed ably will follow the precedent eStab- papers in anticipation of the Anglo-French torpedo boats in the
-l ; failure to'check the :French_ attack,. retreated adistance I without action by the board until the lished by the United States in censor- -' Adriatic have been engaged in remov-

;of twenty-five:miles. .The French captured. two standards 'I' next meeting. The _bill was neitherprovedormsawrovedbythe ing wireless messages. Dr.: Cespedes, trip.Captain. Armistead (Rust, United ing innumerable mines placed by the ;

.:; 'The, 'English, crossed. the Marne. pursuit, of the-retreating I board the Cuban minister, made it dear to- States navy, retired, declared it was Austrians. Three rows of them were
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;: eiieds 1." and therefore Superintendent McKin- day that Cuba intends to enforce absolute impossible to get a full American found and removed from a point near

i""" ,.. I non has had no occasion to refuse to neutrality. Agents of bellig- crew: without long delay and added Volovitza cape.UNVEILED .

'" '3 ;\ 'GERMANS e' ,ABANDON-:?LUNEVILLE 1 sign the warrant. erent governments. in the United that to do so would necessitate his
.< II A Sentinel representative was present States can at present cable to agentsin sending ;to the Great Lakes, Boston TABLET IN BALTIMORE
V Bordeaux.. ,.France.. Sept" 9.-SpeciaL" LA': '- cl1'received- by 1, when the matter was postponedand Havana, and communicate with and other seaport cities. He said

;the Teaps reports,=evacuated (September 6th) :by the as' no action;, was taken did not ships at sea, evading the Americanceasorship also he would keep the Americansnow

Germans, who:also the surrounding heights. deem'it worthy of_ mention. .,on' wireless. on board and make up the rest Baltimore, Md.;. Sept 9.-At the

t.' I -_ of the crew with neutral countries. Star Spangled Banner centennial cel-
: ; EM'noiFRANZ_ :JOSEPH IN ILL HEALTHtPar8 This seemed agreeable to the consuls ebration a tablet was unveiled today Con

_; ,;,Sept.9.. ( ee L),....;.Intransigeant says_ that Emperor i ELLEN WILSON MEMORIAL FUND general and the, captain began to the house at Pratt and Albermarle

\FranzjJoaeph"s,:health 4 .-- "';fe.,'so- akming_ ', it_; is'-possible' _hem: :' &e. TO' EDUCATE. . MOUNTAIN. YOUTH search, representative for,Spaniards.A was. sent to Wash- streets where the original Star Span-
I gled Banner made
was by Mrs.
without_. witnaeg : final di memhenBeBt : - ? -
i.- :the, of the AustroHaagariae : ;- I'' .t.J : ington and Baltimore to engage negro Young PickersgUL .A memorial to ;y

} v; '' :w: '..-r 1 : :9.-SpecJaL-': .W json;fond. 'for;the.Christiaa.educe 1 I I chefs and waiters. Unless, a. ,further'i iI I the American privateersmen of the

: : Preodart' Witooo.:.today constated.'to taga ,of mo&ntam" ,yoath.. Rev.; .Dr.I I hitch came; it' was expected that the war of 1812 also was unveiled at Fort

.... a nation*}.fiad.fcr gaper,,McHIkn,, of.AUafita, :secretory !.Red Cross would! put. to sea, tomor-. McHenry.
Sept." -9._(Spee aI.)- TM', Iieial pis- bureau:,.:ayi the the Lr Mttii if mows .:yon&s ia ,of.the bone iselon: '.committee Irow I i ., ,
:Mr'rf to wife who died m Aiwffl lof:that"chorch,;:will be in-charge ,of J I
WWtfstar.line/;:.Oceanic, wldeb'k ww in the.British -- :' I THE WEATHER
c a conTerted: cruiser yv .. -- .',. '... to 1'II M* bf. ti*'move.eM. Vas ',ttautads .of j i| A_table full of literature., You will: -

'i! The &4V: ._ ,..is.,. &t' wnck. ,. on"a tbeaortiiffiMt. M1 j jAMJ , : ,... ,*." _:1, 11 Ft_,, .j t1t....s have- ahtftdy. been. .tentatively. find: your magazine. at Curtis ,41 'Florida:' ,Partly; cloudy. 'Thursday
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rait CAITLl BAN0OKNOT; _.' 8.;Forward Boaersaolt. 'f or .girls- Thanks are extended< the Sentinel REV.' CARPENTER ILL I I
marks the where the cartel Up to date painting, papering etc.
1 : -.:- ': Miiif-V_ 'J eL: .... priating office for 100 posters advertising ,, place ,
PIli. ,LMrs ; Minden lay on the.night of the bombardment :is the kind you want Where to get
Fp; .
; Fox
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> ri' ;backward;; seaersaoti ..the event .and the press notices , The Gainesville friends .of .
: > many of Fort while it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T.
McHenry Key
waM rt :bile,airhK : '
boys, tie by:_Bert Hansel : donated.
forj .,. so kindly Rev. W. J. Carpenter, now residingin
'f oar kyi 'wit*',hia 'friead, :Ifr.Hewent wuiaJUt"'C1i. <
,Y$ j"at" .Pee'. : Park,. Ae i t : 10.,Lofig;dive: vader 'water,;.boys, merchants from the Athletic club fortheir he has been indisposed. the on board her." Banner"I I

.t:)Owe:J ;, over'by"iaQto: Cliford Livengood.', / donations: past several weeks. The Florida i. Don't wait for every one In town to
r : pocket
Christian Advocate in its last issue
money on real estate at 6 cent ycu try. Am too busy to look
T1i elk at En per you
:Park 'to: : topping' Miss Yens Jong.Land L. Sphaler, stick'pin. published a brief note from Rev. Car- interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., up. Phone 636, will be on the
1 terpriselaioahome; :: by. raiL He ; sports:-:: Wm. Wigman, bottle of Welch's I penter to Rev..J., Edgar Wilson, of. Carry Building, Tampa, Fla. job. ariL 1.20-tf
tfcocoBgWy enjoyed tae trip.JfiMl4HmStarring ., _. ;ii'60.yards race for boys; B Etty. I 3.25-dwtf
.' ':; grape juice. Lakeland, who has also been quite ill,
; : and. .Mr. Running' high jump, '*' ,.Frank Mr. 'Sam Salisbury Dr. Geo. '
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but is now convalescent After
;; :'lMky>' Stii prJBg",retaraed FridayIron' Kaaffman;'second, Will.,Livengood. Bennett and Dr. C. E. 'Filbert were regret at Rev. Wilson's expressing ill.- Try Sentinel classified advertise- Wood! Woonl Woonl

I: ", a lengfcy,.trip:;throagh Tennessee. 3..-'Standing high .jump,, Frank thejUdges..' ness,'Mr.Carpentersaid: "I am still ments if wanting to buy, sell or rentG.
t rw . They::made the entire' trip,by -
K u1fman. The bank of
Conway in
was bed with the fever and imme-
f ,''-:' ; 1:' ; ,4.:Running broad jump,R. J. Harris. lined with I Excellent Core Pine Wood Supplied -
D .' : inter.Spectators who diate prospects for :work. I have not
<" _YriIdaTatnerof Kiseimmee. ,.is applauded heartily the winner of each CO in quantity
.. had my clothes on for nearly sixty .
'r.1iiitiI anoag.wktives here. 5".. Standing broad jump, R. J. Har event I "
Gainesville Sun.
:i.TW=ef ear aost prominent citizens .. : -
: TheAthletie
Club of Pineway fills .
,,'ClleDr ted 1 tMay:':anniyersarie this ris.C: Insect Killer Will SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE
'r Tug of war, four girls to each long known want in the lives'of the TABLET UNVEILED ON ANCIENT
r. .weak. ,Ifc. : C..&,HofB September side, winning side consisted of Misses Pine -
Castle and
' : youth.of appreciativethanks WAR CRAFT OF U. S. NAVY Ride 1 STRANDS OR MORE
.> ffc, and, 'fe C.;' c.' Hall*, September Bflly'May! Vera Jones, Myrtle Macy, 'are due Dr. C.,E. Filbert who
., ,7A., It; ir imlentood.. they are :sot Thelma -
: 'LivengootLl '
% organized .the club, and as presidentand Baltimore, Sept. cel Your house of all
: .i 1i twt .. -Today's insects.
age. /. Tug {war. boys,winning four, physical instructor will
; conductto
: ; bration of "The Star Spangled Ban EDREDGE BARLOW
: f' !MrsEG t Sphaler left for Swan- Bernie- lacy Frank. ':.Bernard BobEttT the best of his ability for the benefit ner" centennial began with the Qlarls 3Sc. Gallon $1.00
t" z1 ., i, S. ,CU'Tueedty.mora: ig.Mrs. .' and Albert : I of the }young men and growing veiling' on the United States Telephone 375
r '."C.'-H.. ''stcheU r "and daughterr ., 8." Hurdle:race,''Bert,Hansel boys of'Pine Castle. frigateConstellation For sale by
JIiis Maaie, left Monday for'a,short of a tablet to commem South Street near A. C. L.
_. I 9. somersault
Special, backwards Mr Sam Salisbury of Orlando who
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orate her restoration and visit The
.. -may at i'St_Augustine., '. from':first platform, 'Will Livengood,i kindly acted as first judge of the field was followed bY.dedicationof. Carrothers & Gore. Tracks
'\ the Mr Orlando Eugene bUd&ffaer,":;' ,at a member Labor 'Day:of 112.fee above water and, below water day exercises,-has offered to instructin Francis Scott: >Key buoy,. which 9.1-lai
: p ; 4 feet:
r boxing and wrestling,,in which he
at Daytona Bech'and was.missed in To the winners, of the greatestnumber proficient as ,a college athlete, and ,
x the. contest. '*.of:"i. 1d day", here. of events:' 1st prize, a' goldring his kindness is'highly appreciated. '1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111' )lI'Jle 111'11.111"

!\ .Mr.;Lang,:of'.Taft-lectured :under from.T. H.-Evans & Co.;to Miss Several new members were addedto
'c LP % U;>ke ':of:the W. 'r. .U. at '
,C. Vera Jones 1st
; stickpin
> : ; prize, a gold the Athletic club Monday after the
,1 Union' chapel- Sunday. evening, and the. 'from Allen.& .Co., to Mr. BethelJones. exercises.

;!, :occasion..Rev G.was.A.,Milton very enjoyable.will conduct services ' .' Among many who attended from a W. M. SLEMONS
The thanks.of the Pine Castle Ath distance were: Mr. Clancy Avery,

; next'Sunday# "at Union chapel letic dub are here extended to the Mr, J. H. Sims and party from Taft,

Y.s+ They Piae Castle> Atkletic Club'held Orlando merchants,who so generously Mr and Mrs. Elmer Shaw, Mrs. S.
tbeir first.Hfi W CIa)" on"Monday, Labor donated ,the prizes for the field day Braddock, the Reed and Larson families

: 1 Day, in Aden's. grove. The beaux events. The, donors are: from :Drennen, Mr. and.:Mrs. Gil

:tifid-grore:of.oaks facing the broadest L: Dickson & Ives, 2 parasols, a Redditt of Conway, Mr. and Mrs

k ;expanse' of:Lake Conway made 'a boy's belt,and a camera toilet case. Robert Peale, Mr. and Mrs.. Thor

'. ;. t fine' ampnitheater:! .for, the events ,2. Yowell-Duckworth, 4 ties. Matthews, Mrs. Salisbury, Mrs. .

r. pa-ft'< scheduled for'the..day Avery good 3. Harry Kanner, silk handkerchief. Sweetapple and Mrs. Hammond from 1 :-
; "7. b '.sued crowd'attended'and many jolly 4. B. Saloman silk shirt. '
Orlando, Miss Ollie Hansel from MEN'S MOHAIR SUITS
? i ' r. ;rf,tiw :day. The.water'sports came 6. y. W. Estes, Thermos bottle.
Chapin of Orlando. Pine Castle
', ;.. && : beginning :at 10 a. m. Theeveats 7. McElroy Pharmacy,. fountainpen. were out in force. people
with -their winners are an-

_ ; r; vnounced as follows: HALF PRICE FOR CASH AT
8.' DeLaney" Abernethy, bottle of ALLIES' FLEET IN PHILIPPINE
;' tJ 1.;Long distance swim for boys, toilet water. '

t ;o threefoarthe.nu, e. distance, won b I 9. N. J.,Merck, bottle of toilet wa WATERS
e :Bethel 'Jones :in 22 minutes;; second, ter. .
: :1 :Wffl Livengood in minutes. Manila, P. L, Sept 8.Vessels ar
: 27 10.,F. N. Boardman, parasol
_ :2.,Long 'distance swim for riving here report that Philippine wa
8, girls, 11. Feinberg & Gore, neck scarf.
rot.-io> mile distance, won by Miss ters are being constantly patrolled i]
12. T. H. Evans, lady's gold ring
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All on Account of the Milk,"

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F ; ,' JMflY. mm SAVING' Pms: MET REQUISITES! I A Biograph reissue and ever one knows that Little

,; ie \ :Mary was at her best when with this celebrated company
This is positively the highest priced single reel that has

three Days Oily, :Septenkr II, II, IZ ever been run in Orlando. It probably: costs as much as

'' some features of four and five reels.

;f', If:you need a Fountain> Spt urge, a Hot Water In connection with this extra feature, we are showingour

.Bottle, kc Caps, Bulb Syringes or Atomizers, it will usual Thursday's great show, made up of the Big

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;;J.-r\. \Gisis. :Sale, CIl rle BULK ,. KEEP CLEAN THE HOME A Biograph drama in one reel A pleasing release.

: C&aBeoffeFosnt Syringe, 2. Foaat Syringe,'2 'qt $L50-$1.01 ...;.. Etc. are always "
: fazfofd Cdfflb. Syringe, 2 qt., $2. 0___:.2.18 .. p q necessary in the home. ,
; -,Dttdww Rwd Flow Syringe, 2 $ :J Get them here and you
*T1 r5reraiSyringe, 2 qt., $160-:.- USV will get the best. Our Friend the "Critic" states: "This sociological
- TMM Friday Chloride 10 to 50c study taken from a story by Arthur V. Train is a rare
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: *. :,tad. 1-, . : Ttcse h'IRa- .Cut AH He TfaM: Platt Chlorides _N..N.N_ 25c to 50c treat in some respects. It pictures something deeper
: 0" Electric Roach Paste ______________ 25c
n SPECIAL'ON. RUBBER ,TUBING. Under this heading we list most of the Rat Biscuit Paste (tubes)______________ 25c than mere motion and change of scene, and is acted with

.' 't.We carry:a,fiae assortment'of.Red Rubber common drugs that are likely to be neededsavers Rat Biscuit Paste _________________ 25c spirit by a clever cast. The settings and characterizations -
,tubing.:. :.Very best Red:Robber Tubing,.rapid in any home. These"prices are money : Black Flag Insect Powder ________ lOc are excellent
i lftcnr..nwO end regular-price,50.Our, ; Insect Powder (in bulk), per Ih.______. 50c
a ? Epsom Salts, lOc ft. 5 Ibs. forNN_____ 30c
Sale Price 9fc.
. ' Sulphur, lOc lb. 5 Ibs. for 35c ,
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DONT'SUFFER. Cooking Soda (best.quality) Ib________. .5c. Days Slavery,
from > bunions'but Borax, lb _.... .15c From the number of people using ShivarGinger
corns or ,
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Ale, we judge it does all we claim forit An Edison drama in one reel.
r get a bottle of Chapin'sCorn Alum, lb N.N.N..._--, 25c
Fine for indigestion does not constipate.
(: Remover. We recommend Salt P ho61b ..........---------- 20c Price, $L25 dozen. .
this .beca use by .ex
r Coppeas, lb ... 5c _. "
perience we have .learned ---------------- "Broncho Billy's Jealousy
that it is an efficient-and Cream,Tartar, Ib --__________N.____.._ 50c15c CARE OF"TEETH ,

.,. effective remedy. CDlJ.re. Denatured Alcohol, pint --___________ Prevents discoloration' decay and dentist's .
An Essanay featuring :Mr. G. M. Anderson.
'.I., :quires: a few applicationsand'the Wood' Alcohol, pint ..________________ 15c bills The man or woman who has good teeth

work is UUUCe.ee. 25c.ATOMIZERS Real Moth .Balls, lb .________________ lOc can condition not do to much to keep them in perfect Another Big Five reel show made up of the companiesin

=-Metal- to use either solution Oxalic. Add, IbWitch ------NN_.---20c ,- existence. No advance in prices.

'oil 'or water, 'especially guaranteed rubber Hazel. (full strength), pt-______ 25c Special Offer
bulb. Price 5Qe to $LOO., Castor Ofl, pint 25c
: -------------------- A package of Chapin's Tooth Past and any
25c Tooth Brush for SSc, regular price 50c.
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The mixture of -"
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We have a complete line of sick room supplies
: We have a nice assortment 9powderthat gives to .the
matter what need have it
velvety appear no you we F
of Ice Bags, ranging from r \' ante here. Douche Pans, Surgical Bandages,

50cto ;1.00. ICES'' Crab's Eye Powder 2 drans Sterile Gauge, Rubber Sheeting, and everything lOc
Oil Citrolin, 1 drain that's needed,in sick room at reasonable

Glycerine, 1 drain prices.
4 ., WITCH 'HAZEL-There is nothing better Bay Rum, 2,ounces.
to use after- shaving than.good, full:strength We carry the good stock of the following
Witch",Hazel. Fine for fresh cuts, sting of Stock Food:
ants, mosquitoes or any. abrasions of the skin. GRAPE JUICE-We carry Armour's and International Stock Food, Barker's H. and To..morrow-John Barleycorn" a wonderful drama
We _sell,.it for 25c pint Welch Grape JUICe. Price 25c pint; 50c quart. C. Food, Block's Draught Stock Food. in six parts. A picture that the liquor interests have

offered $25,000 to have, suppressed. This is the secondof
the Paramount Picture Program.

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'Geneva, FUu, Sept &-Mr._Maurice
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'Wintom'whO: has ,been 'visiting Mr. ]raised ,in central and ,western Kentucky I
'and Mrs, C/E. Patterson,,left Saturday t; and middle Tennessee are shipped ar .

for his heae,'at JBote,5ptwd. )t dressed to the seaboard markets: ,
Mr, "L l'.Daaniel after" te j jf [ ;; Thanksgiving and Christmas, VALUES LOW PRICES
Art pleasant I Celkfc ail Nest ieiiUil Grcw .it fItrMa
: J a-ade. The stock is packed in barrels -
vacation; has again roamed, hiss. duties COMPARE
y and boxes and shipped dry pack- College, Academy, Music Expression, Five Arty Domestic

with tht'Y.CoB traetion comi i eat as a rule, although some few and ,Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Cowse.

'Psny. ? shippers ice-pack and ship in'refrigerator Twelve buildings, steam,heat, electric lights, fire protection . OUR FURNITUREWe

We, are.:,glad to report that Miss" 4 cars. fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter miflioa,dollar

Jessie"Grant is;Improving'.after'sae A strong effort is_being made tore endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ, provide the quality furniture that has long

f feral. weeks of serioas illness. I '
i Mr. Ira Starling# : spent Saturday 1 of their goods and, it is likely rooms for business school, full banking equipment New standard of.merit. If an article is here it is good.It .

3 aDd.SundAj iij. :Geneva.: j that-a larger percentage of the: stock chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every wonldn'tbe here were it otherwise. We can't make
will forward under ice the coming modern device soils fertilizers foods water. this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
Mr. and Xr .'B-B.; FattisnaUhavereturned go ; analysis of ,
this business, and that means much to any buyer.
than heretofore.
from ,their summer:outing j season Preparation for engineering course.

:.in 'the.mountain&: Considerable talk is heard regard- Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis,' football,

::Mr. W. A.'Whitcomb, of Blooming- 1 ing the prices that will rule this Christian, but, undenominational; expenses moderate. MeN LL & DAVIS BLOCK

ion; III,'arrived last'week. i season. Last year,',the Thanksgiving Scholarships available. For catalogue address

"S : 'Mrs W.P.::: Branson, .of East :Palatka I deal started ofl at'l213c. on foot A Cor.Oraige Ave. and lurch SI, Orlando, Fla.

F :7_ ,, returned. 'home Wednesday I dosing"at.14@15c. The concensus of WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN, J
I opinion seems to be that prices this - Y
after a shortstay with her parents, -
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.Mr.,and;Mrs,W. J.. Daniel. year will. rule a little lower althoughsome PL D, LL D. President,

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assisting Rev. Stone in will be in line with last. ,
: _. a series of
:meetings here;...returned to Titusville. Reports from central Kentucky in &fi J1I.Jf&tABOUT
::Monday.; > the; Blue' Grass ,section indicate that )
the" in that region is fully 25'per
''I. Quite number the young people crop '
were.deUgHtfuMy:entertained cent heavier than last, year and are
: by Mr. .
and Mrs C,, E. Patterson at a" sure to effect that the flocks are further SHETLAND LINENFor r

',rise party'.Friday evening, given cin.honorof adVanced'and'- in better condition

.then nephew, 'Mrs; :Maurice than at this time a year.agO. all ordinary social household or busi-

'-Winters; .After .several hours spent tJ ness correspondence, our Shetland Linen
,in' player entertaining and mirth NOTICE- y stationery is ideal, in style, grade and fin-

'voting'games,. delicious cake and AN Health ORDINANCE for the City to of establish Orlan&a :cream 'were; served, ,rfter-which.'the Be"it Ordained: by the City Council>> of the BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
fidence in it that our name is embossed on
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City of Orlando:
guests departed., ''Those present were Section L -.That a Board of Health of,the LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS the 'of
.Misses Marie. Daniel, ,Lyga 'Geiger, City of Orlando be and the tame is hereby every envelope and printed on cover
created and established. The said Board thai, Effective from August 1, 1914 to August tablet. We cannot afford to put our
Baymona MeLain, Mabel Donor; Nellie consist of fire members citizen of the city every
: 'Geiger, 'Clair:'.Harrison, Barbara two of whom shall be the Commissioner ha* 1,1915.and guaranteed against' any reduc name on an inferior article. We carryall
ing eharce of the Sanitary Department of the
McLain, i Ruth ,Geiger,' Kate .FylntDelk city; and the City Physician' exjoffkio; and tion during that time: sizes and shapes of tablets and envelopes.W. .
the otber'three members two of whom shall
: ones"and Mesas I and "member ,who shall not be a physician -
Harvey Geiger, Fred.Balkrd,'WfllkmrXHbee BRANCH
shan be elected by the City Council at ,
Tommy McLak, Council its first regular meeting in laD'CW'Jof each Runabout -
f :Browne,'Gordon'Flyntj, year or as soon thereafter as practicable for B. Orlando. AD ears tally evdppei.Futher .
the term of,three.Jart.. Provided that the F.
Arcade leek ti Mask Store
Ik a
Ant election shall take place as soon as practicable
: after the adoption of this ,ordinance vt will U able to etoia the II&IIInII tffickneyin .
.MORE TURKEYS THIS, YEAR when the City Council shall elect one memberto Hr factory ,redictie and the minium nit .. spvrchssing ..
sent 1IDUflaD'CW'J. 1916, one member to and sales departments if we reach an_retie_ef
serve oath January 191T, and one member UIN1 ears between the ahere a'". ,
k )Keatacky and -Teaamee, :.Hare a nntit'January. 1918'and thereafter.aQ.elections
this wtdwrtle. we arm
ihotl. rack
for aid members shall be held in January And w .
Large Crip; beginning to January 191C.for the fun bnyer-i shire hem ut to H. per car (n er abt tAig
1. '----'; term of three years. Vacancies in office may tU 5) t.,every retail buyer wh pmrchaaes a ..* LINCOLN MULLET, Ph. D., Lltt. D., LL D., President
.' '. '' be. filled at any time for the tmexpired term. FerfVar betwee. Aqua.1. IM4 and Angnst.U IMS., _
tF :Loujsvllle, Ky.,, Sept ',.7.AU"md1.cations .. All members shall bold office until their farther fartknlan'Kfaribf UMM kw prices d prettsharing THE BEST SCHOOL ;:D"GOOD FOR YOUR CHILDREN
; ,.point.to-.a large xrep of itar.. successors shall. be duly. elected and'qualified. ' Far
; ; : ; -- plan see .A Send them to Stetson. Fall Term Begins Sept. 25. .
keys:in Kentucky .and, Tennessee. ;section j. The Commissioner shall be the . 40 Professors and Instructors College of Liberal Arts
chairman of the. said Board and the Sty Physician RG.IDSH, :- ,. 17 University Buildings College of LawYS
gjo ;
:,the.,big. producers ,and .shall, be Jts secretary and its, executive -. i" ... Acre Campos College of Technology
dealetp,;who, keep well pied,'--there officer.' \ .- - ) : : 469 Students Last Tear College of Business
'. - : ; eetioa_a.; The Board of Health h JI'nopare" ' ILMMM Eafcwmeit Preparatory Academy
---.beast. -a'mare' favorable. -,see an rnle8 *.regulations<.wItida,.ID:. .. s = 110,000 Pipe Orgaa School of Mechanic Art
os&fea for,the good health'o( .'" 10 Large Laboratories for Science
i'Weather.'ahnditto' have:few are.rJ' '' '- School of Husk
> the..ey and shall. .nba.. them .to:the City : : Unsurpassed General Equipment School of fine Arts
- i favorable:during the hatcfc&flMiMwir ,Gnaefl. '-? : :: : : 'E'r Normal Schoolwomen.
t: The'B dW rr, t'.to'tbtC44r .
Seetisa t
: : andUeyowig fe' Separate Dormitories for yonnf men and young Careful administration
? Caael wtmmr immLid by either
pears and thorough anpervmsmon. Christian and not sectarian teaching.
:Mrds ot:'of.to. --a.good start l,Tbe ere .l
E '_1 U-j..so"'';_bag_ ;a'::Pl fur:.- ppiyof- : ; _- .amb-=er E...Oda F. BPTJAT.4." ..,.... I DlBlIIL'ftlUdiTStfr" JOHN .; STETSON UNIVERSITY DELAND1 FI.OlUDA. ,
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: JWIIt. Mi ;s. ;\ToDl, ill"'diepate, auid I r. Frank Miller,'W. Britt and Edward The fallowing k the weather report :
r- ....: Mflmifie out fora ride in :for Orlando for the week ending September 4
that. k .the advantage .helo. by the .t Miller's
.4 A+isa 6, 1914, as,taken by Mr. Jas. :
........- . YMe. and'we '
\' meraifig'"newspaper in',the reporting car:yesterday, had sometime Thomson, eooperate.observer of the I
.... .. ... ...... ....... >JII-, tad appraising pf news'of world importance. ,,.Here's.the experience ,,we had National Bureau- rotrTemperature.. '
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: As J Britt .is a piano salesman, hetiought ,

i'.: .,'t. :.ta. .". 1IOIf, ATM. Ibis is not a;criticism of the afternoon'papers he,would go out to"see what "L High.Low. l*rec. Bar.Monday ''p'pTo
--.1 YIIR .NH1..q' U1.N..1'..KM'Ul '______ 96 74 .05 PC
kit I! ...:' ......'IH yc: .;"' .'1 .!.. .-... 10M.If : ,' which fill ,their reSpective he could do, so we started. The way Tuesday _.:__ 94 73 __ PC -AFrocIafflalioffi
'f.. 't. .M':, .ilMsfl"/111111/111111, ......: ..................... JO fieWfti *It is a'simple statement of Cut'wa.all right,.as we had,.a pretty Wednesday' _i 90 71 __ PC I 1
f E :' 11 11/11.' facts, the truth of which is evident,toev&11 good day of ,it, and that is what Thursday ___ 90 73 .07 PC "
13' Jw .t..t.............. .1.. makes Britt happy. But the Friday _.----- 94 71 .81 CC
.. man and woman with the newspaper funny
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. J '. .' habit and that means about part of it.was when we started home. Sunday _____ 90 70 *.05 C
: i' t ,. ,. .... .--_ We couldn't find .the ti.
;. '11-- .. ""-.C, , ..:.:r... . all of them;nowadays. ,right road.
a'. I\3 ...:6ir' :Irc;.ieiy{ 'al aEeMr' --P. "1r1at f<:I ., &tv ry- nature of things,it 'is Britt, thought he knew the way and UNCLAIMED LETTERSList
fJ. ..-....... art h irMi h.t tw awi.wf told us in what direction to We of letters remaining uncalledfor .
, ....:tC'.. ....... -' .... .... J .. .. a physical impossibility for the afternoon go. in the,jwstoflfice at Orlando, Fla., Women and Men
':.: ':1 ....... '1 .....- : .... nit ...... :newspaper, printed on the mOment started and everything went all.right for the ,week ending September 5th .;,
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ij ':............. .....,..., e_.. airent tw !. to'more than summarize affairsat until we came to a creek, which was 1914. When. alling'for same please. ,.
'+ ' ; the",best When to this normal about thirty miles from Pine Castle, say "advertised.* .of '
\ =. 'Ar.s ddlaar-'i condition we have added the abnormal and we tried to cross it and when we W. R. O'NEAL, P. M.Men's our City and ad'
tY 4db 16r pia b;vrifek .B0thcnriMft List-Blair, Arthur; Birch
:- t tt--.er. r. ;: vffl .. cloak'' of: silence that covers Europe got to the middle the motor stopped A. ,R.; Bonfield, Abram; Bushnell

;.' fill,Mtfn to tirrw4r'wtrerirlioa,ttop ,II naiftd.5 nta, the additional strain,put on the afternoon and we got out in water about three Frank; Barnes,' L B.; Carpenter joining Counties
daily is obvious. feet ;deep. We had to put on our Alex; Dudley, Jake; Coggins, Chan- :

' \\5 ;,: u j Y.SEPTEIIBER p; 10,1914..' -' ,The morning daily,suffers from the bathing suits' and get out and get under nie dler;; Green Gilyard,. William, Douglas; ;Hicks Graham, W., To-Z.; _

,- . embargo, but in incomparably de- but, it' was'',of no use, for we Lottole, Frank;JlcPherson, Dr.H.M.;
<.' J .,",At any rate""a'self: made.man can't. gr e., News"gatherers and writers couldn't do a thing with the car. Merchant Grocery Co.; McGarr, J. H.; We wish to say to 1 all of our .,
;' Ii .. R all on:hii'\ ceatokk througnout'chaotic Europe, army officers I We walked back about'two miles'to Nolan Geo.. 'W.2);' Nawotney ., .. ,
Nelson H. A.
George Dr.
l' : 0 '. } , themselves,:the very source of a farmer's house and got him to pullus Francis;; Rowe, ; F. E.;; Rea Phillips, Harry, ; Customers and hose who will

'I. 'r\!'.. .f A Georgia 'newspaperrefers, = ., to. news, not to mention straggling soldiers out, and after we, got out we Scott, Joe; Swarez, Richard; Tread-
.' f i "HUH-,:B1Jin'I.!-p"fT-JC'.. vffJBeoator tJn- the- :-United" have'had, time jto breathe. For worked for two hours to get the,motor way, a B.; Turner, Wiley; Walker likely become our customers,
' started which did. E. D.; WilliAms, J. R.; White, Rob-
U senate we finally
States a once'in'.the
as "vacancy/ : hours
J. --' -T ert; Wood, A. S.;Young, Frank; The that we positively do not intend .
. ; M i': there is a pause. 'It is then that the Then we started again, the farmer Cincinnati House.Women's .

,. UQ.., f 'It'is all'riffet'to.'joke.bout Petrograd .- morning newspaper gets .the "bulge" giving us the.right direction.We List-Bass, Mrs. C. C.; to take advantage of the

,;bat this city is satisfied with on. its afternoon contemporaries, in got along all right until we hit Brewer, Mrs. R. J.; Campbell, Miss

I; ;3ta.own, waae.--Petrograd: "Independ- more,coherent and less hysterical reports a. ,stump and knocked the main rodoff"the Mrs.Margaret Sarah;Davis Evins, ,Miss Miss Sallie Lassie; Butler; Gold-, ,present war scare and mark

: . .. in greater opportunity to ,sift machine, and we had to stop wire, Mrs. Idar; Jennings, Mrs. J.;
. ..V.i fact from fiction, and finally in greater again for about one hour to make repairs Jackson, Maria; King, Mrs. Nanna J.; higher prices on ANY Dry

' -i; f The Tarpon, Leader ,declares that time to set a true and, accurate 'Miller being a good mechanic.It Mitckell, Mrs. R. M.; Prisley, Miss
Hazel; Robinson, Mrs. M. F.; Ross, Goods Article we now have in
,,:' f 'poorbaaoball'is better,,than no_baseball value on'enews. at the ,place it is is one ride we.won't. forget and Mrs. Nellie; Smith, Mrs. S. B.; Tai-

>. f : That's a good place for the'Brooklyn printed.-Atlanta Constitution. some of us believe a horse beats an lor, Mrs. Lula; Taylor, Mrs. Nelson; our store or have bought for
Nationals to train. automobile. Williams, Mrs. C. L; Wellman, Rachel -

n I POINTED PARAGRAPHS ONE OF THE PARTY.Let Temple.; Ward, Mrs. Sarah; Young, Mrs. this Season's business.In .

Ueatenant'Porte might as well go I Men without enemies have:but few
.<,' l'to Franceand'get'killed by .the Ger- !friends. us all pray that the government T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. few cases is there any ne-
' :i lranaandiiake.'the. of; the at Washingkton be able to Conscientious work at fair prices.
!IW. ., voyage. i It is_not necessarily a small matter may cessity for advance '
- paying an
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf
H 'America. 11D1IeCtII .- i when a woman puts her best foot for- continue to steer the good old ship
f\ t 0, United States successfully throughthe
ward. for
Eat all you want. goods we are now buying
1 t,.The'Ecjual :Suffrage,'-edition of theM I You can't flatter an honest man by channel of neutrality into the Eat what you want.

enaaeela. Journal," ,issued Monday, r telling him that he's honest. harbor of peace. The life of Amen- Take a postscript and forget it. or have,bought. 'Ve own to day

'j ftwas, .. a': credit. to ,that': leading west If a'friend pulls his watch on your ca's young manhood is more precious For sale by all druggists. .

: f Florida,'daily and to the ladies who funny story ,cut:it .short. than all the thrones of earth.-Miami_ l7d&wlyrMcCULLOCH'S about as large a stock as ever,
1- ? : dited:It5 Labor Journal.
By covering their tracks some
: up 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIt bought at the old
: i- .0.._ prices-and
credit for in the o
.men, get walking
i 7.l'.t 4 The last citadel;of the;.Blease forces straight and narrow'path. .WANTED used or second hand : in'a great number of cases ac-
r ;inSoBth Carolina succumbed to the '' automobile must be in good condi-
,Some .are born rich; some acquire ; : .
jj:rain, of.'l allota'cast;b 1. the respecta- riches and some get into politics and tion and,cheap. B. F. Chance, 404 I : tually below old prices-for our

,\ We people o :tart state"Tuesday, and thrust riches upon themselves West Central avenue, Orlando, Fla. I

<. l.-.fiN... hear',no::more' of.Blease for- Almost any young man.will do any 9-10-1 t policy of securing all cash dis-

: i i. I_ thing, a pretty sister ,asks-that is, T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.I I
: j_...,,.o Department Store counts by cash payments has in
if she happens'to be some other fel Conscientious work at fair prices. :
.. y 'ThYresolt.of.the| 'J primaryhas low's sister.-Chicago News.Baltimore' Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf I '
,set been settled in I some cases been almost a profit
; ) some, instances
in'Duval ,county'to date. 'Under the -To be convinced of the producing :
. is.celebrating this week in itself": which benefit is
!1 ,.*eee d.choice"provision in dose races the'one hundredth anniversary of the power of Sentinel want ads.-try one. :I Jelly Tumblers

;, the courts' have- to, step'in and,settleX' writing ',of the "Star Spangled Ban- II II I handed to you in lower prices-

2 the)matter.. ner." Research has lifted all doubtas tMtlMHimtlMIMMHT.F.HOVRIHAN I I

to the origin of this national hymn, I Fruit Jars and we propose to sell this stock

11 MCar' l F. Bx>mns left_laSt night the fortunate coming of the patriotic :
acksonville the same as always. In no
after case
i ," spending sev- outburst of Francis Scott Key, in the I
it ei.c diya fcw/witli'KB father:: 'He war of 18i2, with an air' that had Licensed Plumber and : all kinds will we charge War Tax
: leave .Saturday for. New York Sanitary Engineer I any or
J come ,across the sea, and from the II I
;k there .he/Will engage A Salvation. previous century, though to .no gen I Estimate Furnished. Jobbing ask any advance on the various

t;Army:work.V'H.nrwattersonsaystheKaiser' -, eral use until it was found in 1814 to Promptly Attended to.

: - ,0.. fit the 'words of Key's poem, which PHONE' 629 : reseJYine ettles r staple and branded articles that

[ were on everybody's lips. There will jorj Court Street .
t ;k'6"oomedY Henry: alive old sport be a national celebration, although we have on hand. These will
*. 'bl t' he :has 'held the opinion that ORLANDO (FLORIDA
*. Baltimore has the highest claim! to "
% 20 S. 6raage Avete. all be sold by us at the same
Woodrow Wilson" and'other,celebrities local association with,the author and 4allmHMIIIimillliMliMIM

n ,were: .doomed,_ only to :find them his song.-Lakeland Telegram. timiiMlliMMIIiiillltniiMiiHiiiiiiiiiMiimiiiiiMi prices 'as heretofore

Itt,,.doomed to ,high. honor and the ,re1 .

1:$ .spout and admiration of,.the world. I ---. This policy will be carried out
: '; ,a". i 111111'11111111111111111.
3 i Thebuy a. bale,.of cotton" ,camGeorgia 1-: i as long as our present stock
. 100 pounds Red and White Bermuda Onion Seed just re-
; : ,.Ip in>, has struck.a'popu-
7 :Jar:chord'andwi: !' materiallyaid in I.\ ceived through Custom House. lasts and we think we have a t

'',the disposal of, ,cotton ,in the cotton stock that will
carry us through
atalee. '
:, : "plant a garden" campaign
;- p ,in'Elorida would'go a long ways in the year-especially on the '

; the.solution of,,the cost of high, liv- PHARMACY
talked about War Articles

Jijt&0 Give IS a Trial. tyfek delivery iiBra s. PINE W. Try wr Ice Cream.IIMIHIIIHIIIIIHII1I.
I 'Ve know we will be strongly

i -. / We have seen no confirmation: of tllllllllllllllllll'.11111111111111111111111111111111IIIII :
-I J| the .dispatch',telling of, the death of I criticise for taking this stand,

'the: German .crown'prince when 'the 14lt,0 11,111 IH IIIIIIOI *II IH I 111 iiiiiiiii I I S I I 11111 I Ii II Sill II I I I I.IIttA :I but we mean it and know it to

9 'Hsperial guard 'was annihilated. It
jl may be that,the German crown prince be a fact that the majority of

.V. :is',a.-hero' ; .now: .deceased, but pun) advances asked at present are

"..tai -reservation" is that where ...
V; the ballets ,.toe' thickest there the S unnecessary and unjustifiable.

crown, ,prince"""-not.u ; '
The widespread talk
,"" 0 JfWflRY fOR TilE EDDG A. regarding

Some' of,the A.,P. papers are brag- advances in prices of staple

'.-ging that Frederick Palmer, ""the, correspondent ,
( ''O;: ,of,the- Associated Press" For the bride, countless things in Silver, Cut ;;: ,'' commodities on account of the

*,;' ,is;:the, only correspondent allowed' : Glass and Fine China. Rare jewels of every description : European War has been greatly
y :witti -the. ;British, army and that ;. _, .
l through him- :the:other,agendee"willreceive .. exaggerated to that person's orconcern's
;! : For Bridesmaids. Ladies of Honor Flower
their; news. Aside from the
n'fact ,'that Frederick will not be a1- Girls, etc., Bracelets, Brooches, Bar Pins, La Val- personal gain.

floWed tosend'any"news," our.A. P. :: Hers,; Wristlet Watches, Silver Vanity Cases, ,:1; Every dollar's worth that we
"frieafe should'remember thatPalmer: Purses Card Cases
: t. ," etc. own today will be sold without
{is the,correspondent. of, Everjbodts't. .. Chains Two- .,
; For the,ushers-Cuff Links, Coat .
"Magazine, and belongs'to: the' A. P. any advance.
!'Jio're than'to 'the International or Pocket Chains, Full Dress Sets, Gold and Silver> I
,tf any. other; news'agency.-Oearwater ,.: t Pen Knives, Pencils, etc. ;Y;
t .
o :" 5- 5 Let us help\ ,you with.. your wedding: present" ;
'ry '
q : .
Tie dispatch:published:in the Sentinel c problems. ', --- ':?.. '
.:: :yesterday'morning. ,to the, effect ."., :,:>. .'. ;'. =-.
f. "
that '
Jacksonville had been designated .
':by the bureau Immigration as the _, ,:,3 v, \

( distributing poiat;:oT alien labor for : :

("t'touch majority the,.southeastern.stites,to,Florida.,of :foreign,:Heretofore:,immigration may a'great mean; .. : DICKSON) IYES( CO.C C.I

both$ desirable; rid: undesirable,, has ,

f been:confined to,the north middle

sweat, ,the south,receiving little addi-
i iltikm to' its population, :from. this Lfl.va'nstbeOPPOBITI.POSTOVFICI:
./source., .-- -, ; Florida' ,.welcomes immigra- .
{ttioii torn. ::the'. more' ealighteaed 'na- 1 j- OLANDo'S FAVORITE SHOPPING
reties; !of, irIpeaad; we have! no bettercitbMi .I M' '.
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; tom the (kfnaans, French, > ,.. :.; ." .
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Ausirkas 'Danes'and"Swedes .'.
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".' HAMILTON:'JONractorHamfltofl ; -iiiiiiimiiMimiimMiFAWTE.llEATRE" DEATH OF S. M. "
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: : 'DiG mImf.wnn'.w.. A wire recehred this morning ..tnnooacea :
,t -..'-..; _- Y.;. lt .r" ).1-.,. ?'!''; ..".",.. ofroo.t"a'-: ;.4i- ;... :O' .. ... .., .... -. .the,,deeth':of Mr. S, Maxwell .
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i. : ', .. :(. '' Johnson" hastbiBtoaecityfor 0e 2 p.... and 6:30 p. n. Mdntyre'on Monday night at his '
; II.AMIO.n.Ai: { t, rii.... ..: r 4 camp, in the Adirondack. mountains.
Ad'ien 5 ceaU '
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; ec.:sii .payedN. 4 3"/ xr, :McIntyre- .formerly owned the II ,J''i : :

;- ::11 s. kkk.. He hM oempted 'allofbeidevEdis : ,. 4 .. home now 'occupied by Mr. 'Mi. 0: >' .--'- -

is visiting. ii. : .well' a4vaMel : MiMMItHIMimiMIIMTODAY'S..," .. . Overstreet, where he lived for several :

,. 'PROGRAM winters until a few. he : .
the, Empire '..... an teOesge avenue, enrblng.Thisbi : years ago
% tr r. xt. ; :: :presented to the council Rex. Bob Leonard and Hazel Buck- sold his Orlando home and purchaseda "

''?';-J.. -W. kftyesterday forMontgomery yestertiay and ordered paid'out (the ham in "Swede Parson," in three beautiful place Altamqnte near Gel t It At t ins 11 '

-Abu; '.wfcew. .he wffi fuDia':1. 'd,'from the 'sale-of the parts. A drama of the Northwest, the hotel He,was a native of Phila- S -
: written by the master his father Archibald ci J:
spend mend brick paving bondiAamounted to pen. delphia, Mcintyre -
This is another three reel fea-
J"; ... " good
11,658.12. : being one of the pioneer citizens -
l.7 ; ture of mystery.
,. .).Wade".Hodgson jteaway, of that city. .e
Harries void P. YOWELL RETURNED YES- ""' He was one of the youngest com ,
CMrtt..1 .
.t.t TERDAY FROM1NORTERN missioned officers in the nion armt .
'fri... ndi... t ll. 7e- :.. : ' "" '{.l
; 'Give chance'to
;:- ,__ MARKETS the.close of the civil war. He was a us a snQ'wyou

, r1\"',.,.... ..' ;, .':.--i ii i"..41K.1 a,' rMc f- ; ;' directors of the Orange Comity gentleman with high ideals and was the newest styles in

avrisrt to"poieti-inTenaeeeeees; a Op- ". .=Np:YoWeD,'presidentlf: theJig I Fair' Association a:business meeting loved and respected by all who knew watches. .

.,.I'.;,;.;,; at'Daytena:, 'Be ch'I'OIt: .. *.. YpwdlDackworthdepartment at the San Juan ,hotel yesterday urn. He had not led an active business We will trade in
** ? : r. ** :'-arrived yesterday[afternoon life for several your present
i1 FL stare; home morning, at which the superintendent years. .
> ..- --- watch allowing
' iJbs..: .P. West: and_Dir&Nof-; :from New' York, PMlidelphai of.the fair grounds, Mr. Hugh Allen, He was the complainant in the now or movement '

(4nint ;' : ,to'Daytsoi' 7 gad other dtieY.of f&e ;Eastl; where Wan,instructed to proceed with the famous case of Mcintyre vs. Black, you a liberal amount.
treat over '
,where they will remainy'uotilthe end he :went to purchase' the fall stock of preparation of the ball park for the where it is claimed that a bold seriesof If you have any idea of

'%*t+-\vtw'% "*p ftffftnMUs goods for his (firm. He;Was absent. training of the Birmingham Southern forgeries,cloud the title to a valu- getting a watch we would appreciate

t .1'about ten days., ,Mrs.;:,Okie Mcenzie, : League team here next spring. able tract pf land in DeSoto county, H the opportunity of

: :: i Pauline'Rowland,'of East Ro : who is the bayer for the millinery The grand stand will be enlarged. Mr. Mclntyre leaves his widow, Mrs. showing you.

bison. venue returned Tuesday afUrnoon -I department also;returned yesterday, and lockers and shower baths provided : I. Annie K. McIntyre to mourn his Our prices will surprise , -

,' .. 'after a, deKghtfal'1-trip" t01 having ''selected. complete stock for; under the, stand for the players. death:

D'ytoaaBeach.; > her department The.diamond' ;willbe. put in first class Mr.,and Mrs. Mcintyre have a host you.

:tt" :j shape and everything will be in readiness of friends in Orlando and Altamontewho
flfaC. a } BALL- GAME _THE ATTRACTIONTHIS for.,the visitors before mourn with her. The ,sympathyof
f L,'G. Starbttck"'and;father long they Allen& CoJewelers

. :ifr... W.. :A., .Doan,'retarned. at.nigh y'AFTERNOON. are ,expected.to arrive. the entire community goes out ,to
her in her affliction.
, irom:Pissaic N.- 'where ..have Arrangements were made to senda
,.: J. they The'ball dl the fair grounds .
to Ocala to confer
jipent the ,swamer,I ;;, J : representative U
this;afternoon between the east and AT THE GRAND
, .f! with the officials of the Marion County .
.. west rides of Orange" ye n promises TODAY '
.The fork' the lie of Fair association in order that there The management of the. Grand is
4 slopped, tt '
to draw a' big crowd to the fair Reliable
be conflict of dates for the himself D [RepairingMIIIMMnillllMIIIIIIII
ICr. :and Mrs. Martin', may no on having secured .
: .MontgomeryTuesday "
: ... grounds. :The band will be on ,hand two fairs., the, Biograph reissues of all
:morning and left a littlesughterto and,will,furnish. inspiring music and the productions in which "Little Mary
the attractions decided .
! 'j : : their hearts.JAttorneys Among_ upon ,
gladden : Pickford" was featured. These re- Y "'
the humane to which the
. r cause
; : proceeds for the fair was a series of aeroplane issues have been made at the requestof
will "bedevoted promises well the exhibitors who found
: C. B. Robinson and Vktor flights. many
. ; for the attendance. All members of that the demand for Mary Pickford ll '
: Starbuck left last for Jack;
night productions was getting to be greater -
the band are requested by Director I WALKER BROS. PACKING HOUSE :
, ;;ionvflle..over the Seaboard, wherethepswillspead than the supply. May we add that .
Patch to meet in the band room at READY FOR BIG BUSINESS
: today 'on:legal busifMr. #- o'clock these same reissues will cost more D
two this afternoon.
than any single reels that have ever
, MsL" ;' Extensive I repairs and improve- been shown in this city and a great

,.i! : -. WRIGHT 'FUNERAL: YESTERDAY ments to the machinery for handlingthe many others. However, we do not intend lb. "

.. ,Pi McKinney, representative AFTERNOON fruit in the big Walker Bros. ; to try and" tell you all about - .0= . !
",j'or',the International,CorrespondenceSehool' "Little Mary, as every one knows
C packing house have been completedand that her work while. with the Bio-
:- ., :t etQrned Tuesday afternoon. Dr. J. E, Wray, pastor of the Meth- this establishment is ready for graph company was what brought on ."

.'after: a :weekbasmeestrip: ; to' the odist church, conducted the funeral of business, though it will be nearly two her prominence and made her nameso .

''lEastCoaat''''1' vt the late'W. W. Wright at. the home months before oranges and grapefruit great throughout the entire coun- 3l4YW. 91ffiwt
' -' at'Rock Lake yesterday afternoon at try.In
,3 begin to move on a big scale. connection with this picture we
>Capt; B. M. Sims,'the orange grow.. 3:30;; ,Many beautiful floral tributes This is one of the largest packing will show our usual Thursday's show, !

rand tracker of. Ocoee,,WaS. ,in Orlando testified to the esteem in which Mr. houses in this section and will handle which is composed of the "Big Four."
; bu8 ;es& Wright -held, his friends and Another time we have spent additional Polish Your
; yesterday,on He says was by many thousands of boxes of fruit the for but only ask the Silver
money you
:; there 'is 'a large ,crop of citruefruit neighbors, and the services were coming winter. Several cars of ma- usual admission.

,; '!n.:wesUra'Orange largely attended. The interment was terial have arrived and the contentsare
.;:, ;> in: ,the 'city cemetery, Undertakers being stored in readiness for the THE ORLAND DESIRES TO Wrights Cream Electro-Sili

:, :Mr.<.C. M.;,,Baker, traveling ,repreBtauve Hammond &;Gore being in charge. PLEASEWe
'.' .. -, :- .' . time when the crate making begins. are_ honestly concerned in the con.
;' 'OZ tbe Swaebafcer.car, aDd I I welfare of every patron of our hotel
. Mr.Ifc} B: Fort, one. (the affableprogretor'of GORE WAS PAID FOR SIDEWALKS :BIG TOURING CAR WRECKED BY or cafe, and are not satisfied with

. the San 'Juan Garage, l LAID LAST YEARAt COAST LINE TRAIN anything less than their satisfaction. Pick Your Teeth
1 We know no business, no matter what
:apeat9eeteriey k Kisammee, on bus-
its kind size without
or can run com-
the The big Cadillac touring car
yesterday's session city
Int& : plaints, and we ask you to help per-
-, 'l" .--..:;..,. council ordered paid a bill amountingto Mr. J. P. Musselwhite was hit by a fect our system by telling us when With the Gold Medal Toothpicks ,

Prof. $:;1f. YotWs, of..the_United $ 9.60 for sidewalks laid by:) ,Mr. north bound Atlantic Coast Line.pasSenger -.anything goes wrong.' We view a
States 'depaitrnent'of.: agriculture, W. E. Gore which had been ordered train shortly after 3 o'clock complaint- as an asset, for it enables
us to discover and remedy defects
bureau by the old council in 1913.: Mr. Gore yesterday afternoon at the ice plant
of plant Industry, is in thecity which not alone annoy you but othersas
for a-'f ew'days. Prof essor Yoth- had been. unable to collect from the crossing, in the northern part of the well, and by adjusting your com Potted Plants, Cat I Flowers, Funeral

.,:ers*,:headquarters. .are ,in '.Orlando.Tampa .- property owners and the city paid city. The train was going at a lively I plaint' we avoid others of a similar
: Trib the bill and will collect from the property rate and almost completely demolished nature. It is simply your co-opera- Designs, Wedding Decorations.
: e. } tion in making our service what you
' ,' through sidewalk lien.' the ear, throwing i't to the side
,-' .t owners a ., and we both would like to have it.
Graham 'the of the track upside down. This hotel is operated chiefly for the
Mr,,Frank;T. hustling.traveling'repreeeataUve'of .
Florida's'greatest BOARD. HEALTH NAMED WITH 1! Mr. Musselwhite was leaving the comfort and well being of its guests I
ROBERTSON AS HEAD city bound for Sanford and reachedthe and any suggestion for an improve- .
morning''newspaper., the ment will be given sincere considera-
'Tampa'Tribune,;was in Orlando: yesterday crossing just before the train. tion and the time and trouble you CARUTHERS & ,GORES
introducing i the paper to those The city council yesterday morning Probably 'excited by the oncoming take in telling, us will certainly be
, ; in adjourned session proceeded to'.the train he stopped the car or..the en- appreciated.Yours Phone 200
raifortuBates -who were 'not alreadyits
the for better hotels in the best
c election of members of the city 'dead the track
friends. gine went directly on town in the world 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
board of' health, as provided under and before it could be pushed off the, L. P. DEAN, Manager.

k SEWING PARTY the ordinance recently passed. By train had struck if, Mr. Musselwhite' .MIMHHMIHIIIMtMMIItinHtMttHMillHM.

provision of the ordinance Commis- barely getting out in time to save ......-- . . . . . . . .. ., . . - . - . . - - - - - . - . - - - - - - - .
" sioner,H. C. Robertson is chairman of himself. The train stopped as soon jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii llllllllii ii :::::: :::':::'::::::::::::
:Tie',.regular weekly sewing party
: the board as commissioner of sanitation as possible and the crew and passen- i
was held at:the home:of Mrs. Dora
and P. P. Mans
City Physician. gers poured forth, supposing that
:Kelley, on:Shelby, street, Wednesday is secretary.The some one had been killed.

afternoon from 2 to,4.--Those present three members elected by the The car is so badly damaged thatit
were'.Mrs. 'W. R..:'Nesbitta, Mrs.,G.
council wereDr.. to '
will'cost almost
as as a new
,.:Scoff, Mrs.,':L., Coward Misses Lily serve until January, 1916; Dr. G. H. one to make repairs.

...Iid"Kf'rtha Stevens, and Miss Miriam i Edwards, to serve until January, Always Air
'Carrier .of Key"West, and:Miss Dora '
1917; ExrMayor: W H. Reynolds, to SEWER EXTENSION ORDERED
Kelley.;. :Delicious,refreshments '.wereBAND I serve until January, 1918. ON LEMON STREETA

;served.. The, 'new board, whose duties re-

z ) :'of quire that it look after the health and sewer will be laid on Lemon

MEN,,ATTENTION sanitation of the city, will meet in a street, from Garland to Hughey, at
-!!"" ; i few days to begin their duties and an early date, the work having been

:Please/meet at .b nd room :at ,2 will.possibly suggest some new ordinances ordered by'the council yesterday
, ,p.'m. Thursday Red Cross benefit, or regulations for enactmentby morning. An eight inch main will
r A. A. PATCH' Director. the council be provided. 4

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t{(B7:I mtiofial:News.Service)' The following account of,the Guern- ARCHITECTURAL AN! GENERAL, t
,. fr'L'L '= ," ; ;" sey-McChesney wedding is taken from WAFTING.Blue V
Ferserg, Sept ',8.The'polat .
:' f Ftigt. ; the,Amityvffle .(N. Y.) Record:. M .NAin LiKBER 4
'.ky"deceitm, the great, .war, :is be- ; Printing and Hap Work. Patant
of '
In the large gathering
a -
presence office drawing*, show cards, and
tZ"1 1 jag 5,shaped:.largely' by '"t&e ring: oft of friends and,relatives last evening general commercial art. Pcrapec

:.. ,'. -the:greiri dikes,"'as &e':relative*-of ,':Miss'Anka McChesaey, daughterof Wyes In color or flat wash**.

_' \$ ':the' czar:are 'sometawa ,:oaB d. -The ,Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. McChes- ROOM "iz

:earns AM'family, aface,tfee dedaratien neJ.:... married (the McChesney Yowell'DnckworthBnildmgpnorn ORLANDO
yn3 ," '',of' _,:.war, ,.against Germany, and. lome.'on the South Country road toFrank' 549

Aautrie-HiBgary: have taken the Drummond Guernsey, son of 9-lo-dawtf

:tk/s jeeraey'f rom.St. Petersburg tovfi.iMoeizw Mr.- and Mrs. Joseph,L. Guernsey; of

.,-<:tfce ancient, capital :of, ,theempire Orlando'Fla.. The ceremony was performed 'NOTICE Riyal GeieBt
Agatife and
;D ; ,:which' 'te'the. ,seat .of."'Rwaa'aopenrtfeaa by the Rev. H. B. 'Hanson, Perfection Lime

'; : :agaast her>:eae d& of New;Haven, Conn., a former minister In Circuit Court. 7th Judicial Circuit Orange .

', e The grtad dekee,, who' possess an at 'the South 'church in this vil- Odessa County Garland Florida.

;ttM/naeBS- iaf aesce upon the-v&em lage.It. vs. Divorce.
Paul Garland
i :kg_mail of .the ,sovereign and keep took place under ,a wedding bell To Paul Garland: Statement of the
it;firmly.axed OB a,poMcy,of autocracy made of. white asters and roses and It appears from the affidavit of the complainant Condition of the
herein duly filed that the defendant
and.reaction, 'ate,now, moat,of the bride was given .in marriage by Is a non-resident of the State of Florida

r them;in the:.field taking part in.the her,father., Decorations of white and that and that he is be over resides the at age Nenorri of twenty-one North Carolina. yean Orlando Bank & Trust Co.

s:c t-: :'c hthtg.: Those.who::are '.not" at the yellow were the color scheme, palms, > ,
: ordered
You are therefore to appear to this 'J
.j front! remain i..constantly with the czar, ferns, hydrangeas and *te roses in Bill on Monday the 5th day of October. 1)14. .h Orlando, Fla,

: _c 'Safeencmg:him'to,"push '-the fighting' profusion,screening the rooms down ',the same is further being a ordered Rule day that of'Qua this notice CourtIt be Rry. At the Close of Business Jane 30th,1914. .

5 ainetGmany.: stairs., Duke.Weington, pianist, anda published for four consecutive weeks in the
s South Florida Sentinel a publishedin "
= The' strongest, man among them violinist famished music for the Orange County Florid newspaper RESOURCES.

".titt Grand Poke :Nicholas NieholaeS. march. Witness my hand and official seal this Sep
,' tember 2. 1914. Leans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $379,514 36
F r >&&,,_second cousin, of Nicholas IL, The bride,wore a gown of brocaded B. M. ROBINSON.
e Clerk Circuit Court Orange County Florida Over-Drafts . . . . . . . r. ., ., . . . . . 622 34
:, was at the otttset oft1M'wuappeiBt-' satin and; white channeuse, with'a By M. HOWARD..D. C. Stacks aad Beads ,. ., ....... . . . . . 26,018 33
ed commander in chief of the, army. veil caught up( by orange blossoms. J. A. ROWE. ana
SoL for Complt. Real Estate, Furniture Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37
t ,The, government .of' ,Ressiv & She.carried lilies of the valley and
_ y Cash OB Haad and Die from :Banks . . . . . 291,39348
i '
5 55 centered m St, Petereborg is, practieally white orchids. Her maid of honor -_

in the hands of Prime,Minister was _Miss Marian Darling, whose FATING AND CURBING ORDINANCE "
i I 1 $724,185 88
Goremykin. Whan he was. made' gown was of yellow net and taffeta
) An Ordinance to provide for the paving and r LIABILITIES. ,
prime minister in ,February, of this and who: carried Marchelnefl roses. curbing certain streets in the City of Orlando.Be -' -

': 4 year the rumor, of an approaching The; best man was F. Kendrick Guernsey City it Ordained of Orlando by: the City Council of the Capital Stock . . . . . ." . . ., . . . . . $100,000 00

N ? general'war began to spread in every a brother of the groom. Section 1. That the following named streets Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . 39,961 35

'' capital of Europe. Boremykin for Supper: was served by a New York shall tied for be each paved street with and brick shall of the be width curbed sped with Re-DittooBts . . . . . . . .'. . . . . . . None

Fit t many years has,been one of the leader caterer on the porch, which was dec- concrete curb four by fourteen inches. Bills Payable . . . . . . . . . .-. ... ... . . None
North Orange Avenue from Washington
t of the Nationalist party :in. Russian orated with goldenrod, cedar trees Street to Colonial Drive.-fill in with brick Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . :. .. . . . 582,66947

po 1itie&" and Japanese lanterns. Following average North width Orange of 14 Avenue feet. Colonial Drive to Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,55506
f t ',The Nationalists stand for Pan- the; repast. and a reception the young the connection with Lake Ivanhoe Boulevard Pit, :Us.. .a. ",,.. ... .s.-' . :: .,' .. ...
c ''s Stevism. They are the bitter foes of people left .on a honeymoon trip of extension Ivanhoe of North Boulevard Orange extension Avenue 80 of feetLake North 1M,.. > '," I 'M, : :.i *, .' $724,18588

the ,Fan-Germanic doctrine which two: weeks. They will return to Am- Orang Avenue to city limits 1C feet. ,
# South Orange Avenue from end of brickat Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . . $291,393
;t m&es the Teutons of Germany and ityvflle for a short stay,before goingto Phillips' Garage to Lucerne Circle fill in
Reserve required by Law . . . . . .
,. f with brick of average width of 14 feet u 116,533 89
I"t!, ,,bests ,The- ,Russian- .Nationalists Orlando to make their home. South Orange Avenue from Lucerne Circle *
,have 'for. :jome time',been openly ,favorifig to Gore Avenue 18 feet f
'- .. Gore Avenue from South Orange Avenue Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59 _
: '{ : ,away 1.chuld make the NOTICE TO CXB&ITOB8a to Kuhl Avenue 24 feet

> ./- t ,'Slavs' supreme" in 'Europe ..and check Kuhl"Avenue from Gore Avenue to Southern Deposits on June 3Q 1913 .. . . . . . $527,758 01
i city limits 20 feet
.. t t |he growing'. encroachments of the [- State Court of of Florida.the County Judge, crams Gouty Central Avenue .from Atlantic Coast Line Deposits on June 3b, 1914 . . . . . . .,. 582,669 49
Railroad to Garland Street fill in with brick r
; in:the'Slav:territory in the la rare Estate of Berehard HoppeL 14 feet

.S_c (!: ,Balkans. To all all Persons Creditor baring. Legatos Claims, Distributee or Demands aad Western Central city Avenue limits from 30 feet Garland Street to INCREASE . . . . . . . . . $54,91148

p Goremykin D was a member of the against said Estate: Central Avenue from Main Street to West C

f :Russian cabinet when Nicholas IL 'ascended and Too required sad each to present of you any art claims hereby: and notified demands Street Central fill Avenue in J with from brick West of width Street of to 14 Sum-feet The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co.? endeavors

'- \! the throne:twenty years ago. vbieh yon or either of you may ban merline Street 24 feet to persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
against the state of Bernhard deceased
r1 He has{,bee'in the confidential counsels late of. Orange county Florida Huppd.to the Lucerne Robinson Circle Avenue entire from circle railroad 18 feet.to Orange treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.

K .of-the czar ever,since, sometimes: undersigned executrix of said estate within I I Avenue 24 feet Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
one year from the date hereof. Robinson Avenue from Orange Avenue to
-; i 'as'a member of the cabinet and some Dated April 25th, A. D. 1914. East Street 24 feet. safely conducted bank are cordially invited.

ttiines in a private ,capacity. He is FBIEDERICKAHUPPEL.PEOPLE'S Magnolia Avenue from Robinson Avenue to

rlBow.. a 'man of' 'leventy- ve, years, Colonial Hughey Drive Street 24 from feet. Central Avenue to $ #tuimtiitsti is i sIturnwuzauzuununnnnnnzznnnt.DYNAMITING S

f enormously' ;rich, having made his WANTS American Main Street Street from 24 Confederate feet Monument to
t' money largely through business affairs Washington Street full width of present roadway -

l ,connected. ,with the government. 24, feet, Washington Street to ,Robinson Avenue done in all its branch WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ? I
t' "
I which, do',not-'redound to his ,credit MUNNDfAKfiRS Circle.Main 24 Street feet from Jackson Street to Lucerne. es. Clearing land is our specialty.

tJ ,and honor. Main Street from Jackson Street to Church Let us do your work. Estimates, FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDAGAINESVILLE
Notices o/ Lost Wanted For, ... For full width.
'Be was born to the hereditary principle Boat, tie.. for this eabou,.,Kc for OM day. 5West Street Central Avenue' to Anderson cheerfully given. L. N. Lewis, 406S. FOR WOMEN !
h Mo for three dir* o.r SLOO foe ooe Mok, for Street 24 feet.Anderson East streets 7-14-lmo
:of autocraeywas educated in it
15 'words or..., .
Hoaejr an** sacew ea Street from West Street to DeLaney TALLAHASSEE.College
_and ;has ,served it J by conviction reinforced tao admtfaoBoote for Ok.eohnaa, 'Ii DO Street 24 feetDeLaney i' -
of Arts and Sciences Normal School
inoertipM will bo made,on eredtt. Street from Anderson Street to ; :
; _by keen intellect,all his life. Gore Avenue 24 feet School of Music; School of Expression;
; aristocrat Jackson Street from Orange Avenue to the School of Art; Extension Division J Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts
t rBe'is in and :
: an thought WANTED good second hand
au Modern with
School: Gymnasium swimming Law Engineering
Atlantic Coast Line ; : Agriculture Teachers
Railroad full width of; ;
r adopts'the pose,of the aristocrat in tomobile-no "junkheap.' Apply present roadway. TRe Cathedral School pool; basket ball and tennis courts;new and 'College; Experiment Station; Extension Di-
.l Magnolia House, corner South and South Street from Orange Avenue to Atlantic modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormitories vision; Graduate School Ten new brick build
manner, apparently seeking to : have all modern convenience; new ings besides gymnasium, swimming
Boone streets, between 5 and 6 o'clock Coast Line Railroad full width of pres- I pool and
; emphasize his condescension to the ent roadway. ORLANDO. FLORIDA dining room and kitchen most hygienic in ,many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers, instructors -
m. 94.4t ladies counties
Florida 418 from 49
Anderson Street from DeLaney Street to ; young and assistants, S54 young nun
t ;people when he appears before theirrepresentatives Lake Street. 24 feet. (Formerly known u PdLdark School) and 12 states last session. 47 Florida counties and 24 States anti
WANTED or 20 March and April Lake Street from Anderson Street to Pal- TUITION FREE In College and Normal foreign countries last session. ,
in duma loll-
l the by hatched pullets. 0. L Gooden, Od- mer Street 24 feet REOPENS OCTOBER 7 School Boyd and entrance fees for the TUITION FREE. Board and Entrance Fee.
II} iag)lazily upon his chair, a: supercil l lando. 9-9-3t Concord Avenue from Magnolia Avenue to year $124.00.EDWARD For catalogue CONRADL write President. 1132.50 per year. Write today for eatalont
,iouaiiecponhis: face. ,Trenton Street 24 feet A Boarding and Day School for Girl*- A. A MURPHREE. President
t.t1 FOR, SALE-Second hand sewing Hillcrest Avenue from Magnolia Arena Regular and Special Cornn* -Primary. I
minister he succeeded to Broadway 24 feet latcratfiate and Academic Grade- I
: "pnm8 machines head
.I ; drop Singers, rota- Boone Street from Church.Street to South Mnsie-Art.-El.cntion-Pbyded Caltare I FOR RENT Five house with
\' Count'Witte,.the Liberal leader, who ry White, rotary Standard, New Street full width of present roam,. Domestic Science-Admirable Situation FOR SALE
i, was Russia's representative at Portsmouth Home, and other makes. Will be Boone Street from South Street to Irvin cad 8arro. idiBt -ClimaU Healthful five acres of good truck land; fif- Nursery stock, one, two, three and
Street 20 feet Careful Home Life.-Capable Teachers-
for cash
f f N4H. ., when: .the peace was sold'cheap this month. Call Marks Street from Orange Avenue to Lake- Low Rates.Ber. teen minutes walk from postoffice.Address four year old buds; Foster Early,
at Singer Office, or,phone 321. C. B. view Avenue 24 feet; Lakeview Avenue from
Pineapple Java
r. made that ended the Japanese war. Lindsay;:manager. 8-11-tf Marks Street to Lake Ivanhoe 16 feet Roderick P. Cobb, Bishop Mann Homosassa, Washington -
: Goremykin, was prime minister .in Church Street from Garland Street to Par- Rector. President. Sumpter F. Davis, 209 Irvine Navel Address Mrs. M.Kahl$

!. ,May,' 1906, .when"the czar receivedthe WANTED TO RENT a four or five ramore Church Street.Street 24 from feet Main to West Street. street 8-25-6t Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-18-tf
room furnished house. Prefer fill in with brick.
-? t; _first congress of Russian people, northern section of to American Street from Atlantic Coast Line .
city. Apply II - - - - - - - - - -- - -

,1, 'historic_called the hello, duma.! the It winter gathered palace in theIr in Mayer Candy company. 9-8-3t Railroad. Adopted to September Lucerne Circle 1,E.1914 F.24 SPERRY feet I " " " " " ''''''''''' '''''''t''ttt'''

St, Petersburg the WANTED-:.Two miles of second hand Mayor.
tJ peasants being
rails for Attest: CARL .JANSEN
tram ,road. Address Dr. .i
\,, placed together, the courtiers and W. S. Burkhart, Lockland, 0.. 9-5-3t \ City Clerk. & ".J1lflJneJ'JrJ
b 7 cabinet council by themselves, while

. H the, ,czar-::with the czarina and the I WANTED-To exchange four good NOTICE OF ELECTION

'' dowager czarine, passed through to lots set with fruit trees and near

-i, J .the: ascent of his, 'throne, to address city limits, for Ford Touring car, 1914 State.To of the Florida Sheri: of 'Orange County of the
; model. Call 306 .West Concord avenue 'Be it Known That 'I, H. CLAY CRAVf- i They Were toe
his people. 9-6-6t FORD Secretary of State of the State of ;

All.the pomp that colassal wealth ., Florida- do GENERAL hereby give ELECTION notice that a

could:produce ,was lavished upon this FOR RENT Will be held in Orange County State of

,feene to give the effect of majterfulMvereignty. It. ""'_......."'_....-_.. ,_...<;:-' ,-:;. r-. ,Florida Monday on in Tuesday Novmber next A. succeeding D. 1914' the the first said

. 'MI', ,the deference to F OIt RENT Beautiful dwelling with Tuesday being the
garage; elegantly furnished on THIRD DAY OF NOVEMBER be Married Soon I
;! i )tick,the courtiers could give'voice Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Enox. ; For United States Senator from the State of
Florida for six years from Mash 4, i315.
t. ',was displayed to:overawe the people 8-27-tf For Representative from the Fourth Congressional -,
:with< dread reverence for their emperor. District- of the State of Floriia. In S
the Sixty-fourth Congress of. the United
The:effect of, the undersized FOR RENT States. -
i ,
-t' f: figure, ,the,Unintelligent, unemotionalface Fourteen room house; modern, uptodate For Commissioner of Agriculture of the Came to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of
State of Florida.
-' ; partly furnished; on Lucerne four five wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable
rooms. They
._of the czar, the, smallest personin Circle with garden fruit and flow- For Two Justices of the Supreme Court cf
; ,
the State of Florida.
t ; ,the room, even his wife.and. .moth ers. J. F. Watkins. 7-80-d&w-tf.( For Two Railroad Commissioners of the yet the amounf ol money which they had available for the furnishing of their

:er towering' above'him;'was apparentto State For of Two Florida.Members of 'the House of, Representatives home made expensive peices prohibitive.

Goremykm :Always opposed to FOR' RENT-Two office spaces in of the State of Florida. They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.

',the people's ambition for'a duma, he Come our in store and at we No.win 9 show W. Church: you. street.Pierce For For For Tax County Sheriff.Collector.Assessor of Taxes. We, offered a few suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were
.. became, its implacablefoe, seeing Electric Co. 3-29-tf For County Treasurer. much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they
its danger, the czar. Goremy For Five County Commissioners.For .
kin Three Members of the County Boardof thought they should want.
minister in
was prime 1906 only MISCELLANEOUSBOARD '-
Public Instruction.
; from Hay ,to,-July. The, first, duma For Justice of the Peace in and for the following After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doingthe

:Y '.: .which the autocracy of Russia had AND ROOMS- House newly No. 14.Justice Districts vis: best possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their or-
furnished and remodeled. Northern
'L; No. 15-
'ever tolerated began to demand re- cooking. $5 and $6 per week. I No. %0. der with us.This.

,' t. forms., The oar, influenced by the Excellent location. Magnolia House, No. 22. is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are
For Constable in and for the Justice
fallowing -
South and Boone : Mrs. I
ii grand dukes, pre'll'ecfto shield Goremykin corner' streets Districts, vii: -
o Marie Lewis 9-4-lra pleasing.,
: manager. No. 2. '
,- was:amazed and'indignant. No. 8. ,We carry an extensive stock of serviceable, aUract \'a homefurnishings
On his order, :Gore>llykin dismissed No. 10.
;the duma.. FOR SALE-A ,No. liaddle.mare, No.No. 15.14. grading from the lowest priced which are good.to the very best. Your,appropriation

,liGt'and or buggy horse. Address. care No. ,for home be from toioooor
,rebellion followed, and the 20. .furnishing your may anything $175 more
Wright's, ,Box 567. 9-2-tf No. 22:
:czar trembled 'for his life and the In Testimony Whereof. I hare here into ; ; -you can make the most:of it with, us.
'safety of his. throne. Goremykin NANCY'HALL and Porto Rico sweet act my"hand and affixed the Great Seal of the
was- potato, slips at $1.75'per 1,000. State of Florida at Tallahassee the Capitei.
:.removed.In' Q&delivery... Cash Apopka Plant this 1914.the twenty-fourth' day of_ August' A. D

.St ,Petersburg, where he 'again Co.,"Apepka..Fla 5-24-tf (L. ,S.) B. CLAY CRAWFORD'
bolk sway, Goremykin is : Secretary of State.
: now con-
'- Who is painter and decorator! To J. F. Gordon. Sheriff Orange County. Kincaid & Snowden
fronted by another your -
-. : .duma, but its .8-294.4 ;
If, satisfied the
members yen are, keep one you
are', VH'y.6fi68LL461Ye- be- have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, -, ,
t eaase ,Goremykm. has::the reputation Ne.686. lao.UnIV 4 WOOD .COAL AND,ICE : .i', S 3
Wood, $L50 a strand,. Hand's .. '

G' elders a-being1. -'into. Siberia:_than in ,sending perhaps more:any' "at ATE Daytona BOARD Beach-,The can Longmere'accommo, Coal Yard, phone,566. ',9.31-tf ;' Mtee .( fttfiefer it P.pdar Prkes

'other Raa an official date six or seven people at $6 per
"'- f _... '-" __ week. '- Two ;people.; $10' per week. 'OPEN.NI61!!' coi =and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida

House new and recently:refnrnished.A '
The Store fa ,
: City Drag 1 r-
the yew
TVy Sentind for all,kinds
d d" C M. Lunge, DaJtona'Beach, vice both 'day' and ;wgat.: ,Pier .,
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, ;!' ,", ,17\1' '''N' D MODEL 37 TOURING CAR, $1285.00, DELIVERED

-J. ew .. Stylish, comfortable pleasure car, seatingfive passen

'!''. .,, "''. ** STURDY- AS ..THE'OA'K': gers with room to spare. The graceful, low "NEW OAKLAND'stream -
., tir vvcj. ,
line body, the German silver V shaped
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'''fWI:lI{a aw- ?|.a ?iiG\THINGS' for tI.O kh.iiAJte ""NEW. OAKLANDiilea :. D '1.e.. radiator, the heavy crown fenders and the broad running
-- ,j<:. k- '" ":' : _.; -. .. : ,, { boards, give.it beauty and style unsurpased even in
: c '.a gra .i iDceC of a1fOlJ ors the highest priced cars. The "NEW OAKLAND Model

k i 37 is unity of beauty and
: ;: h a power, economy servicea
, New, Beauty' A, More Power X Greater Economy X Utmost. Comfort -. car you will be proud to drive alongside of the best of
:.\ ' : ::' them and enjoy the comparison.

t y : j,";: i '" y(',i;", O O The four cylinder, silent Oakland-Northway motor

,. :, '' 'l "r rj-.jo: j- provides more power than you will ever need; marked

; <.<'Y'-' '' . economy in fuel consumption has been accomplished by
: .. # reducing the weight of the car and equipping it with the Oakland-Stewart vacuum gaso

lene feed, doing away with the pressure system.

:\ "' The low construction of the car without decreasing the road clearance adds to the

--- '' safety, comfort and, ,joy of riding. Fully equipped with Standard, Delco Starting
Lighting, and Ignition system, with automatic spark advance, Non-skid tires in rear,

v: 'Oakland One-man top, absolutely true to name, Heavy Crown Fenders, extra large

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

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

t.. ;0 \ Watch for our light six adds, also roadsters and speedsters. Prices from $1150 to

ltDJIKJ.AI mow $1775.

:: l11 C'f1' I J. B. MAGRUDER, Distributers, Oakland Garage ;

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R.mllS. a.terry take' it to ..W&rm.n'IRep Of, your neighbor by reading the

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On account of the big advance in -
.. .t'n - For the month of August I will I
floor and other ingredients,in making
.-** .SPBMT_IS DYING'OUT, bread, we have found it necessary to sell, at my farm, pine at 85 cents per . .
, THOUGH,TURKEY STILL'PREPARING advance the-price a little. The loaves strand:and-oak at $1.00; also some COOK WITHGAS'
'r : will still be-sold at five and ten cents saw logs cheap. ,A. S. Hodges, R. 1, ; : : :
; but, beginning Monday,'September 7, Orlando. 7-31mlUSTER'S ( ,
flfert we can: not give six for a quarter, as SALE
: Efforts to heretofore.. The offer we now make :Under and by virtue of.a decree of foreclosure -
: of Germs*_ is'-11,loves for fifty cents,.or 22 for and sue rendered br the Honorable
':Stf..Upa ,Hely far ',CeIi.t $1. This is a very little'advance as James W. Perkins,.Judge of the Seventh Judicial Convenience 6. Speed H
compared with the raise that has been Circuit of the State of Florida sitting '
1re1 o _je made in flour. .In Chancery for Orange County in a certain ,
CHARLES.ROCK. cause pending in said Court wherein The 7. Efficiency
r 'ItifJtIlyJlq; corporation. U 2. Comfort .
GORDON'S BAKERY.J. ... State Bank" of Orlando a : ', ,
complainant and .Willet Groover and Irma
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I Ir E. NICHOLSON. ML Groover are defendant* the undersigned > 8. ,
; :. Segt;,8.-k itch,to the' 9-6-3t ,u Special Master in Chancery; will sell to Cleanliness : Safety
bidder for cash in front of the
the highest
::ti rji' Telegraph oe \pany''fromA I Florida daring .
PULL U-OUT ;Court House door in Orlando. 9. Perfect
says:that Turkey,:to be pre- ;the legal hours of sale on Regulation.
A geared block and tackle for folks I MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 1914 4. Simplicity
ptred for,a:poseibfr:landing,.of;Rusatn who need it-motorists, for instance. the' mortgaged property referred to in said of Heat
:haa"c Tch -twenty-five" miles north- plies pull by seventy-ten The northwest quarter of the southwest 5. Accessibility ,
talja, yonur quarter of section ten (10), township twenty- 10. Economy
:s'.'reat,if 'CoMtantiiiople,:and Rodosto pounds on the crank means seven ty.(22) south of range twenty-nine (29) east,
hundred pounds pull at the hook. One in the northwest corner
"" Harmon.. Fortificationapere less one acre square .
on the see rot man can pull a car'out of the mud, thereof situate lying and being in the County
being erected:along the sear or.,back on the'road if tipped, or do of Orange and State of Florida. Terms cash. f
, Marmora:at:'other'pekt*. anything else' that .'a ton or so of Purchaser to pay for FRANK titles.A. SMITH,
Thi t'.JItha beginning straight pull Is capable of.- Special Master in Chancery. .
,ixky. ) :,the.. .Servian' army.will as* Even.we'if hope you you never never need will to'use-a Pull Stand Massey Solicitors ft Warlow for ComplainantThe : , . 3. COMFORT

:name_the. .o efiflive againat,Austria.A : U-Out'in:the toll chest is a mighty sale is continued from September 7, .
. to the:Timea'from,Conataatinopki satisfactory thing to think about. 1914..to,October 6, 1914. ,' ,
dwpatch :. Whatever emergency arises-you : Cleanliness is one of the greatest items in favor of the Gas Range.
. ;,says:: have ready for instant use, aH the
:} '."Although:there; ,U a large> sectionof pull you will ever need. Merely as 4'Th ALL GAS KITCHEN is. always clean and is very easily kept clean,
; influentia Turks clamoring for'intervention a matter of:comfort insurance, Pull- ForSale
\ in(the,'war,:the, situation U-Out, 'worth many,times its price.There's because there are no kindlings or dirty fuel to litter up the ,floor and no
a use for Pull-U-Out every
eemato; be,improving. owing to the day, on the farm, .and equally so in ashes or waste to be carried out every day. Because there is no smokeor
reisuious economic sftwAion and theM the shop, or out on construction work.
ua n ,of' tie .reaeryista to Just as.an'added tool,'every man'will I have a carload of Jersey Milk soot to. mess things up and make the kitchen look like a boiler room..
find for it that will him
use -use save
[. take.'part:in Mf except- a'defensive time,and trOuble-and money. Cows for sale, and people of the surrounding : Make your kitchen clean and sanitary.
war- :Messrs. Freeland &; Harland who country are invited to"in
"Thecers .. -'tOta1.'nor of,.:German offi. have'.the agency,for the Southeastern ;' COOK WITH GAS AND BE COMFORTABLE.
\SWJ.i; Turkey is.estimated atlo& States, have.these machines on'exhi- poet,the :
bition .at the'offiee-of Lord &; Brad- Reasonable prices Call on or address ?
: 'All .British aerchantmen lathe. .
shaw, on Orange avenue, and you '
::BlackSet. aare been ordered home". should by all means go and see it. JAMES N. SEWELL,
An Athew.dispatch'.to the Times 94-tt ' Garden Fla.
t : : ; 8-22-D &: W Winter
'says the' victories over Aus- CO.
trun."aeu'to: .have:cleared the'alrienaewhat ,
in the:,Balkans,: :although
tite oager 1 ::of complications'.has not NOW FOR WIRE FLY airf SCALE GAS DEPARTMENT
passed. The: press believes

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,Cwirna. 1 Bepert GS.> .1' ', Efforts- Kills every White Fly,Larvae, Scale, Rust Mite, WI FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
,io SteUjkt1o: % War" and Red Spider that w hit. Removes sooty mold
t ", and.insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September AND DO ALL KINDS OF

', :Milan,Italy,.via London, Sept. &.- and October are two of the best months for OPTICAL REPAIRING $8 Charleston and Return $8
The_Secoto confirms reports of a'plot
spraying for White Fly and. Scale. Prevents in-
by::German emissaries to'stir, up>the
:;Mohammedans I in Tripoli:, 'to. "holywar. secte from sapping.trees all winter, and brings them VIA

, :. ." .It is'said the plan-was intended ' out in a good, healthy condition in the spring, thus .

.to.insure Italy's(neutrality'by occupying ,' insuring: a good" healthy'growth and bloom.

', : her attention. with;internal "Clyde Line"First

:troubles. in. TripoliDIED: , ISCBNAIR' &, CO.. Orlafe, ., Fkriia.Schaarr's DR. L H. RAMSDELL

- Iasecti* .Will, not injure the White. Fly SMcessor Class Meals and Berth Included
s f :y '} ( to Dr. a P. LIBI) ,
c Y FIgL 9-9 !>. and, W 2-M I .

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v ; day of 'September)1'1I
;,death again eteied. the Goolaby home This special rate good on any of the Company's

,' 'and "took"'from'''the>ice the' :father,, FOR SALEAT steamers August 22nd to October, 17th -.aW

* Jacob- :',R. "Goottf;, 'Five/weeks:ago inclusive.

' "'J h1s'eon.: Clande" ,. was";lAid'fA' ) .rest: in. .,.. A- '.
'j'.the' cemetery.'at JfcDoaald;.church, Return Limit 10 Days

, ;.and on.:the 6th'day,of.September'webare ABARGAIN
'- .' the:: afher'to' hia-,last,-regplace
*': there. THE MARKET Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every

j;'' ;'Brother. Goolsby 'was in apparent Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m. .
ten. acre tracts on
; ,good.health until'noon.of the,day of
- :to',decease', at.which'"time he went iQf Cleanliness Of 'Quality Orlando and Kissimmee road, T
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. /lout') ;:his work las iBG*!;'but tin time .. ; only'two and one half miles For reservations and further particulars apply to

%came forhim_ .to. return home and:he1idnot I
M1ATSFBH from the office
:. Fly AND SALT post Orlando.
';: 'come, QAfter.r-: several hours1 'diligent. '$MSPeh', AND' GAME Will sell one or all. The I Agent

.,;The'.was'found only"a fewrrbds:; from, price will double when the 1
t =er:7 es ditIMLaEuiu ' 122 W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
V 'Ikome. ia an: ,unconscious, >eoa&tion.. ::1Ijt._ _:
: '-"' i awn ,.fr'r the aM kept fneh brick. road is laid. Other.
, ./19e ,liked;fob:about an'.hosr'.tad a I # flu, ; I -

-r--' :half,.not.regtiaing.'ccimniounnclin. ; 1 _:JII\I.. \ 't. small tracts for grove purposes

;:BrotherGool4.. was >,M.. ber of wi"La,.... 1M .e eeiief>M." 'Wa.,_p. at buying values. Alsodeairabic The Sentinel is the only

L:r 1 :,A the loving rfethodist_ ,hoabafid"a' .:cfe th kiwi: (,:father McDesald, and, ...... f tl (.:..a&u.: .., : \ 'groves. and city. ive metropolitan morning paper progress-between , OSTEOPATHY

:a good{neighbor. 'Reli.oo; aa,wife MARKET property..alprices=that comW1d'atten ,Jacksonville and Tampa. Send -

aad tiPasias'tssrs. ' 'L..o", ; The :PARLOR Y. i it.to. yosr friends by mail'in Florida DR. J. C .HOWELL
[J- Gao R. REy ,[,,. : -_ ". Hours, lo-1, 3-5, and by appointment
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Doa'r. .'.'..to taMy" ek- .::: < ,- .; '' '. .. read and,use Sentinel "want ads." Telephone cefiBecOosa .

:,.- ',__ :>. '.r-II.nr&.1D.. ,. "' .. "' ''smwr;," : -. *:- tM ;', aai,Fissr You, get foil value for your mosey, Office cor. Orange and Central Aver.
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dr 1 i ; ; HI. ; : only, a penny a -
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: ; : t '. ... SUCCUMBS TO GERMAN. .- +
s : 5 ;
ca fF .According to,Embassy Message

;: :;>:: >' -Geraaas 'Tok' 40,000 Prisoners .
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.. *'W." .' -.f, > -N'1toVERLOOK.' ; HEW '11M< 1:till! fII .. ; THERE, SHOULD BE t
9r-The German
Washington Sept.
theFall to,start a checking-
,: Thin. I
h ; embassy received a wireless today
-' > i: :. .count-to; get in :the,habit ,of paying in I.way ;from Berlin saying: : A Constant Battle

i' .the-'. that hHngsback: a receipt every j, "General headquarters reports that j .
._ *." Maubeuge has fallen, 400 guns, four
5' ; time. generals, and 40,000 prisoners cap U: I It i : Against Waste :Thru Personal
; It:is good'buSin ss to;get receipts, and tared."
,. .. and Home : ..
The to the adds : Expenses
message embassy
,checks are good receipts for they satisfy .
A that Ludwig Frank, the most prom-
M ; 'the Courts.: So we say:. Don't overlooks inent Socialist of the reichstag, fell i

,. A them. This is the .Fall to start your while storming the charges near An account in the Peoples National ; :
Luneville September 3, and Prince '. ,:
u r and 'this is good ;
checking a !
Fredrich Wflhelm Hessen was wounded. IIuIi Bank will prove to be
,strong bank to bank,with. ."
x The embassy received another mes- ThtI : A Fortress of .
qt sage which read: : Strength ... a;

: :State .,Bank of Orlando "The Spanish ambassador in Berlin :..
in time of and establishes
strongly denies rumors of Spain's unfriendly your nod t .
'" ; ; .: ; 0.:: :. \1> your standing in the community :
:" . Austria, all Spanish party lead- ,", .
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. < ;'.':' "; ers ,being for strict neutrality. All :A .'::
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V '.-r. '" ir.. r '! :' 'f ; the papers speak of the importance ;
'f,\ '.> ,;; ./, :..' ..' . I '.. t I of the capture of Maubeuge."The .
<': German military railway lines '
are now free. The papers also speak 11 ti'
i of_40,000 captured meaning"the:.weak-

__ 'BASEBALL RESULTS P RT GREAT BATTLE NEAR ening of the enemy. :. ,. ...'. ,' ..., '.. . . ', .. ..' ., ,.. .:" ".'.....,' ,...... :..'. .. -..' '.' ., .- ., ... .\ .." .
.Y "At Strassburg, after a court mar- d. ... ';d, d' .
_: N..... League tial session, the official statementwas : f. ::

1i'- New- York. Brooklyn. .9. .Copenhagen, via London, Sept. 9.- made months: The before French mobilization authoritiestwo or- iD Dt

r. : Pittabarg 5.,'" .Chicago.L ; dispatch to the newspaper Polit- ganized Franctireur (snipers) bands j; ,. ; : ,.

.a n /! .Beets 3-7;. Fbfladelphia to-. from Petrograd says: by distributing arms to civilians.'" ;i.:' ::, ; '. '." .j
.AedaL Leagae, "According to a report issued by , .. :
: war ministry the Russian advance AUSTRIANS PUT OTHERS
Waayagton 1, New York 0. .
\ : : the purpose of dividing the mil AHEAD .
< L PMlft&lpya Austrians who are advancing on -
': Federal: LeigM is on the point of succeeding. London, Sept. 9.-The correspondent JAPS ADOPT WAR MEASURE AUSTRIAN FLEET IS ACTIVE WAR TAXES ON IN RUSSIA
Pittaberg_7,Kansas.City 6. 'great battle is proceeding." of the Central News at Petrograd Tokio, Sept. 9.-The Japanese diet

Brooklyn 2,'St Louia 1. 823tf'R wires: today adopted the war program of Rome, Italy, via Paris, Sept. 9. Petrograd, via London, Sept. 9.
l Baltimore 6-2,'Indianapolis. ALBERTS OPERATIONA "Slavonic natives of Austria arriving the Japanese government. It providesfor News from Mount Lovchen, near Cat- The rate of taxation on many commodities -
Bafalo_ ,5, Chicago. &. I SUCCESS here as prisoners of war declare a war appropriation of 53,000,000yen taro, Austria, to the Giornale D'Italia, has been raised. These include -

t; c .Sm&era Leagoe I .- they were placed in front of the bat- (about $26,500,000)). The vote says that a portion of the Austrian malt, matches, playing cards,]
I. Montgomery 6-2,Memphis I Aberdeen,Scotland, Sept 9.-Prince tle line purposely by the Austrians."It was unanimous. fleet left Cattaro and bombarded the cigarettes, cigarette papers, etc.

.,, Kl .gaaaea.. seven innings ,by. second son of King George, is proposed to lodge the wounded coast between there and Montenegro, A vast collection of war trophies |
;;Cbat'tanaoga4New'Orleans been Operated on for appendicitis.' Austrians and Germans in the I WE DON'T ESCAPE WITHOUT especially the village of Budua, recently taken from the Austrian armies in
: 'Mode 12-1,.Atlanta 44. 'condition is 'rePorted today as I empty German and Austrian.,embassies. COST occupied by the Montenegrins.Eat i Galicia, including cannon, flags and I
: '-game-seven'im iDiL Washington, Sept. 9.-The senate rapid fire guns, has reached Moscow
7,'Nashvfll*..I. Prince Albert was taken from the I "Trains filled with prisoners and today'approved the $1,000,000 appro- what you want. and is being exhibited to the public]
L cruiser Collingwood the.early large numbers of Russians and Austrians priation passed by the house yesterday Eat all you want. on specially built platforms.Get .
'T.F.HOURIHAN,Licensed :of themonth; and'brought here I wounded at Lemberg have: ar- .for extra diplomatic and consular Take For sale a postscript by all druggists.and forget it.
;Ii, CtBI..J .i .;work:at'fair the operation. rived hem' j_ expenses due to the war. l-7-d&w-lyr the news in the Sentinel first.
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