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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 11, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00431
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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,r-i; :.:: 1: At Instigation of ,Girl's Parents State Law as to Fire EscapesHas -

:Iritirfi."Lseeesto: 'Date"-Over Eighteen-Tfeoasaid-Belgiaas He Was Arrested Yester ACCORDING TO THE NEW Not Been Complied UNTIL GERMANY HAS

5 Drive. :GeraaesFree: ; Lwvaai-S...'I'AIID.ave'. RaBiedmi.Rcoroeccd day Morning and Later ,GERMAN AMBASSADOR With by a Number of BEEN THOROUGHLY
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V.,-i:,rir: ". city:A was well arrested known young yesterday man morning of this IWOOlD SUliDOALt[ FRANCE f, Messer State was Hotel in Commissioner Orlando yesterday A. L., All PEACE[ [ [EFFORTSIISftESS[ HOW

l- .Park, .September 10.-(Special-) The Germany'have been charged with a serious offense againsta I laving'arrived Wednesday night, and

;* !driven;:'ba&: forty miles on the right 'as a result of two great I girl tinder the age' of eighteen Declares, Germany Has Tried to ous spent hotels the in day this inspecting city. When the seen numer-bya 1 Furkish Ambassador Predicts

; '3 ;tties.fought; ;.tod r, and,in.the center-the Prussian guard was years. Bond was arranged and he Make Friends, with France Sentinel representative yesterday Peace Talk Will be Useless

routed ;by the 'French"and, is .being ..chased north. of, the Saint. was According released'to from the custody.officers, the alleged and Now Will'Coaquer afternoon he had little criticism to For More Than a Year
or Will Die i make relative to the manner in which From Now
,Gourda,marshes,::where. continuous"action of tremendous violence offense occurred'Sunday night the hotel law is being observed in
'and the victim was a fourteen .;
;,. 'has:,been" 'going. r'on- ..all" ,clay. .* -' I'old girl from the'country visiting year in New York, N. Y., Sept lO.-Com- this city, a lack of fire escapes in Washington, D. C., Sept 10.-Great

1 .This i .startling anaouncemeht,came.to the\war office tonight at Orlando. The alleged crime, .as de-' ing*straight from .a tong talk with some instances being the most notice- Britain is determined not to make

{ theendotthefifth'day.01? .the great tattle! being; waged along the taxed by the This sentiment
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Germany.
,H in the winter home of one of the most
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Von Erkhardt, the new German minister order to comply with the state law
: 1120 mile. front. east. .of. Paris. .- annual visitors from the 1 been conveyed to President Wilsonn
'- - -' prominent Mexico, asserted that the hotels in
to today at least three of largest
tfrt ,fought during. the day .resulted 'in'i' north. i disptaches from Ambassador Pageit M
Twocfuriptt5/eflgagements: , : S' .,'. the emperor had no thought of aband- the city are inadequately supplied London.No .
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it is violation j
,1> : : stricken and the The girl, whose'name a oning his plan to besiege Paris, thata with fire and they will ,haveto
\: ,further. '. ..crumpling- . of .the- .German. right swarm-- of the law to publish, became acquainted escapes formal message was communicated -
would take the city At the Tremont two
\: :,w%.::over:.the ''rier ,Marneof. the.allied forces which are now_ with:a married woman, and .and German.that all army France would be subjugated fire be escapes provided.are necessary, three at .the American by the British ambassador foreign but office afterPage's to

.reported: as,'chaelsg the. ,Germans. whose retreat has ,become so the two met the young man in ques- I I by the German arms, "not to the New Lucerne and two at the Em Mr. conversation with
high
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and another who
tion young man .
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but forever
it to
borders a rout: I keep always, destroy English officials he reported that ef-
:precipitate it .- ., induced them to go to the winter militar- pire.At will
: -/ the menace of French the Empire the elevator
:;% :The first>eagagomcnt ,was fought'at,Forte.Sous_ Jouarr' ,! After' home, above mentioned, which is ism." also have to be reconstructed: there forts through to the initiate allies peace at this negotiations time wouldbe

"'a i sharp,attack tbe:Germans',were forced: ;to retreat in .the direction closed: for the summer, there to spend l Mr. Von Erkhardt reached New being danger that the electricity with fruitless. The ambassador's report -
girl told that
' ; : but the. Sght The was York on the Rotterdam He saw Emperor which it is operated might short circuit
\ : ,of ChatcaM i Tbeiny._ 'H t a 5ecqndstand, was mad. sheand_ the,.other'woman would occupy and the signing by Great Bri-
*they indriven.back. * 'Y' William in Berlin just before and electrocute the passengers. tain, France and Russia of
an
wired "' rOOIl'and' the men agree-
o! one young I
.' ': I leaving. The emperor was about to Doubtless all these errors of construction -
%Dr ire ;G B .. .foUtht..'..,< ... ..with... . :despair. ':;ttp -exhaustion' but. couldn't another. She consented to this arrangement depart for the front., will be corrected now that ment not to make peace except by

withstdthe.o::! ! "ight::9f',the' !itish,and'French troops rein'foree&bj presumably' knowing "The, emperor" has been trying fox,, the proprietors have been notified, common by consent the Washington have discouraged governmentto efforts -

'[ :f #brigades withdrawn '.from the lines. defending nothing about where she was being' many years to win the friendship oi and Mr. Messer says it would be wise
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its tender of offices.
: . renew good
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confidence
.% t ..j.t taken and, having Prance," Mr. Von Erkhardt said, bul for the hotels to submit plans of the
," P } \.. :t."..: Officials pointed out that Emperor
companion.
,;'s y -i flijtfie: GersMW-' retrwit.many ;guns-'weredeft' ,the" field" and woman the house and ,apparently he has failed. Now, the fire escapes they expect to constructto (Williams' dispatch to President Wilson -
w ;{ .. i : . on When ,they got to Attitude! of Germany is that we must him, as many have been constructed of
r ;whole. ,. sections of/prisoners:were" taken entered a room, it is alleged, the take France or die. improperly in this state and do not protesting against alleged use
: : }a ;: s .".. ,-' Zr1 man and the girl were left dumdum bullets contained no references -
young '"I do not know how long it will comply with the law, causing added
,::r j VIGTO RMJS'.EVERYWHERE: ,,:THE RUSSIANS TAKE alone and that he locked the door and take, but of this you may rest assured expense in reconstructing them. ; discuss or intimations. of a willingnessto
.Monday : peace.A.
there until daylight -
.. : ,CRACOWyajwgarad kept her -the German, army will take Mr. Messer left last night on the .
i when he told her to Rustem Bey, the Turkish ambas-
\ morning, Paris. If'they do,.not, it will be be- north bound train at eight o'clock,
Petersburg. September 14.Special.Craeo of the lakes and there wait.for sador, predicted tooday there wouldbe
,: (StJ go to one cause there are no more German having completed his work in this !
:;i. tbe'stresgest:'Auetrian: .,post in .Galicia, and the one wHicfi him,and he,would bring her, some soldiers'left'toight. city j future.no peace negotiations in the near

bas' obstructed the advance of the Russian. center breakfast. She went to the lake but "Much is said about the Russians
", : : ; army upon "Every nation at war," he said,
failed to show OF 31
Breela, its.next objective;_ is reported to have fallen, before the the A young gentleman man residing near the up.lake advance toward Berlin.- First let the BIG SHIPS GERMAN SEEN SQUADRON IN THE GULF "knowns the advantages of peace and

- :fuJiouaf t ifalS Jof/theRus8ian: cavalry' and infantry under cover noticed the girl and the condition of Russians will talk take about Eoenigsburg their marching, then we to OF BOTHNIA has known them for years as thor-

the oughly as any peace advocate or any ;
jir, :of'heavysiege guns.forta'east her clothing' and after questioning Berlin." -
<' } '' and of London, England, Sept 10.-A dis- peace society. It is now not a ques-
,_ and north,:of the city were shelled incessantly her returned home 'got some
thing.-which'he her. to the Daily Telegraph from tion of the advantage of peace. It is
his wife's cl gave patch
'q :" the:Attetrian.guns were silenced and:the,city?was oc- ,
t of until deci-
question war war a
a
. I The girl was afraid: to go to her ENGlAND Will ADD HAlf Copenhagen says a German squadronof ;
'. ,! l.the, - / i l': an4dasoela y:.are":invested. by the Russians 'and the dered away from town and was not. ships, cruisers and torpedo boat destroyers the other or the contending forcesare

'waj:Sp. he.advance'toward Breslau IS practically" .cleared, and the found until Tuesday night, when her MIllION TO ARMY has been. observed at van exhausted. There might well be }
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.: ,' inv _etmeataf: .:the latter ,y, which,'. is 190 miles.irom 'Berlin, is parents located her in the Apopka ous'points along the Gulf of Bothnia talk of peace a year or a year and a
from net
half at present"DEPOSITORS'
now
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: east
:' 'r.t: I""' marsh, several miles .from the city. I steaming : v
f t !- At first it is alleged the girl denied PREMIER ASQUITH' YES-
Fier e fighting;! is reported along almost. every of thegawdJKne that the man had accomplished SHOW FAITH I
young DAY ASKED; ,PARLAIA,
>/ (:: "..runmg. .' from, '.Koeiu'gsberg" "on:the"Baltic Sea m- East. his purpose, but. when threatened MENT. FOR MORE AND''t.
.Prussia;:which:' s'oecupied"by: the .Germans but'-.inv s d, by"the with an examination admitted that MEN PENSAGOLA BANK MAY.

. '. Russiani;right army;; jfo 'Cracow. while the;rear of:'the army has he had. .ij.;

: 'advanced. .'the.... (;Russian line from Rawaruska'to_ : Dniester. The parents of the girl were instrumental I I Pensacola, Fla., Sept lo-Deposi.1 depositors have already signed. De-
C -" - '- in securing the arrest of Addition will Bring British positors who have accounts under: ,f.
>:Including'a':renewed 'engagement at.Lemberg, : ,, several ,battlesarVbeingfought tors in large numbers I :
"' the young man and considerable in- Army up to"a' Total of $500. are not asked to sign, neither

.;, _.." __ ,, ,lie.. r .Russians.' :have'.advanced:into German Poland .diguation'has been expressed about 1,180,000 Men,:Largest American National bank yesterdayand are those having saving accountr f fIt

; 1IMl'SiI': B a., ,At-- ':Lemberg} the-- ..Austrians' have been reinforcetby..Germans the city.over the alleged crime. British in signed the agreement there to is now believed that everything i

; :who. werjg.1i' :Withdrawn. ;from Alsace and Lor, / ':* Army- accept time .certificates deposit, will b? signed;up and ready for presentation ,-
: ' .History ', .
'raine and the conflict'here is:marked:by>severe losses. BUBONIC PLAGUE AMONG payable; three, six, nine and twelve to- comptroller of the .;:

'hdA bps; cb 'from Nishiecewed'at'Petrogradtonight"says' if,is TURKISH TROOPS. :. i months from the date of the reopening currency 'within the next ten days, };
: .. - x London, .England, Sept. 10'-Pfe: : of the bank. It was an., and that the bank can reopen in :1
'- omcaIly'sanouIKedthat ,M .town, of fotcha: ,,:Bosnia.has been i
; ;- London, England, Sept. 10. A dispatch mier Asquith today asked parliamentto nounced that over half, of the large three-weeks.. .j
..oaptu by the Montenegrins.: The'Servian war office f ;announced to'the Central News from Con- add another 500,000 men of aH

': ,4iigto, thi (dispatch/that:.the( Servian army invading,Bosnia stantinople, says ,bubonic plague is arms to the:,regular army. KAISER CHARGES ALLIES WITH :

r; 1 rlhe4:oaf t baying beenL: .driven .back across the*river-Save causing 'severe ravages among the This supplementary .estimate! says II

by' ."the'.Au- mans_ ._ and.has._ recrossed.the-river,,'defeating. the enemy> stations.[Turkish troops at Smyrna and other it which represents will be the required:.probable"excess beyond ,the VARIOUS ACTS OF BARBARITY

4 overwlwmmgy.A .- ..., similar increase voted August'5,,' ;;It
V London, 10.. -The I of these awful weapons the Belgian }?
England Sept
Servian:force in\Bosnia invested, Vishegrad( and its !' total of all Crank's-to
: thoc ;: ; ; '" A table full of literature You win I will bring, the. -- Mail publishes the text of the government has openly incited the \
Daily
s4"R- Jri-1: :JeJi) vei'',toDe"iDuriiienl-. : --, J find your magazine 'ate Curtis \& 1,186,400 men, a.figure unprecedentedfor message of Emperor William President .civil population to participate in the
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':\; \ i't.. ; ._ O'Neal's, ,next postoffice. Gmt.Britain.. L '., Wilson-as follows: fighting and has for a long time care- .

,;;t NOJN'j '.SITJATION ,ON CENTER::AND:.LEFT .k __ __ _-= ---I I "I consider it iny duty, sir, to inform fully organized their resistance. The

,, t '. ... list of 134 officers,and 3,454 men notable cruelties practised in this 'guerilla
-. ;.r : -I ? '','OF.ALLIES has issued an additional casualty you as the most. representative -

,>'So\: : ;:;parisSepte; ci1O-Special-An'official communication of other ranks.. This'brings: the grand. total. of casualties. during of the principles of humanity warfare even by women and priests,
;; ; > , that after the capture of the' toward wounded soldiers and doctors
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k f to lght says{"Ni'cclu gein the'situation" ba the'center,and light the war to date up 18,729 composed. of ,589 pMcers and 18,140men French fort of Longwy my troops and hospital nurses were such that

oLthe: d dum bullets, which had been manu- to adopt the strongest measures to -
he l Germansgaiied.' yalong; the road to Chateau Salines
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s : ." : factured in special works by the; punish the guilty and frighten the

>-)'- 1d. I'..'the. ..allies pogNesed the, -forest-Gf-CteapenomL,. ""Heavy. .BELGIANS ASSUME. OFFENSIVE. C '_ AND e'" ::DRIVE,.BACK French government Such bullets bloodthirsty people from continuingtheir

: .:." iW re'. .iffered. ot: aides but the/& irit.and healtii ofF GERMANS were found not only on French killed shameful deeds.

.. u.r'. : rmes) j.>:restx_ ':":'1L.t.. ", and wounded soldiers and on French "Some villages and even the old
.... telegram
.. > ; ,- London, September lO.-Speclalj-; ( ) Exchange, .
u. ;x .
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n:; !ft. r : ;; j prisoners, but also on English troops. town of Louvain, with the exceptionof
: : ; or JfcU. U'E HOTCONFiRMED from Ostend says'it, is reliably stated that the .Belgians.have: 'assumed You, know what, terrible wounds and its beautiful town, hall (Hotel DeI' -

:.1;:. : .ALL:.i..O'l.i: ''r' -...: '. ':;' .-' ..< :. =- ' a .triumphant. offensive movement_ and: Have_ driven_ the awful suffering are caused Iby these, vile) had to be destroyed for the '\ \
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P j ; (Social.lAn.off'icialatate_ ent issuedw bullets.and that their use is strictly 'I protection of my troops.

..,u." r trolioe', .., .< '--1./.., >leltlog'hasaeeenrhosyed. of/the enemy. ,' back-from'the'envii'ans' .. 'of<" >uvain.' forbidden by the generally recognized- "My heart,bleeds ,when I see such "

., .f U.. f'K be "tWW- +etke: ;:German'sclaim J i 'to have rules: ,:of, international:warfare. measures inevitable and when I thinkof i
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.f : "6- :-:.- _- ':-<>-t ::9r +- ,fr"' !. .: "?. ...... .. ,, ORiANBA CAPTURED & "solemnly protest to you' ,against the. many 'innocent people who
": :if. the gay in/whkh:this war ,is being have, lost houses and property ", '
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JIIIIUTIB OOOUTT comasBwtr4 ",Ik Cokann aa.sgretiei, approved "
,. ty heftses.slteaied in Winter Garden EfflPAHEABOf 'I
IIOIiI ._ )..i Mi'Pint. ., Matthews Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
"" > < i l' .c..u. :- { yo miihbor by mfeg the Dudley j is the kind you want. Where to get

..;-- -.: ) ,\ ,"ifl. : Geo. :A.; Baas.' a*, ,notary .. Upon''motion' the chairman'"is 'instructed .' Sentinel. 'f1fVI-.Ri.c gad getting i it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T.
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....h.: Vie,.rribD:,T.O.: .:.Brown aadWM.trtiaonaag to purchase. prison" van. aflfteamlnt' ARCHITECTURAL AND GENERAL Entrican. 1.20-tf

net fniPMit .. toef : suretiee, 1fPI' V od., .'.; ' The reports of the following county L MAFT1NG. f
.r ... P....;G)k( alEanraitlipfl 'P li port;oC jNx| Hiipert, electrical officers here received,,read and.filed: WOOpCOALANDICE ,
1J1hgd, ..... iasp cWr,;.received:and read. Same Superintendent road and bridges, superintendent -j Wood, ,150' .up.' Hand'sCoal Blue Printing and Map Work. Patent Don't wait for every one in town to
--' office drawings, show cards, and
have Entrican the
t painter, before
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., be some future date. '
isdPuiL. : ;v to cou&ered at county home, treasurerto Yard, phone 566 9-31-tf general commercial art. Perspective you try. Am too busy to look
.... to i Mee&gwere': d :Certificate,ofsecretaryotatateastoiea : ; : state and, county, sheriff to state, In color or flat washes. up. Phone 636, andJ will be on you the
.,! -, -If 1M....... datea for ,state;offices: Dun licenses for July and August, July'tax ,OPEN ALL NIGHT ROOM* Job.. T120tf

W, .Baft* of Oriaado..:Pa1Bt :. i .... Jfepr_ eeapafiy,' rapreaestagtfca kciiae,'W.;:'H.'Ellis,-Thos.:M Shackleford 'statement. ,both. day and night Prompt, .
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. la' fleet,'het"Pa, : ; ''came-- ;, N.. A. :Biitch ",and*;. K. Hudson :There being no further business 9-lo>dwtf Woo 1 Woo 1 Woo 1

\1 Man.tbs Boajd reqaesdag.:Aat heW .Burr. ; received'ancnilect' S'I counts :were examined and warrants I If you want 'your bicycle fixed in

i, J alhwii- to:jlaet mik:pti.on..OrLaJia Bond- -"of, E: C.'McDowell. . county ,ordered drawn therefor. a hurry take it to"Warnmn's Repair
i4; ..' ...as,b.' 'county'':'.w. d;via, .'. ZellnodOtaie game .and, fish warden 'received. and t Board'adjourned< .'to next 'regularmeeting. Shop. '!2+tf. Excellent Core Pine Wood Sup

:; : :to,'Fort' Christmas a....veiI.. .. ., 'G.COInsect plied in any quantity
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', eebesl ogee,;,'::.:...Orkado; 'to., OseeolaOriaado L L, Hodges ,appeared before the I

), >.>. .--, :'.;.A '!"to",..SeviMiejMaado Board. 'ja'reference; to. Shaving 'Wm.. WOOD FOR SALE :For Sale -

ri".. ,:,to.Lakercoantyvia.Oakbttd StuwMi, placed in' the .county home.Request Killer Will SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE

y, .: Orlando to Conwayt. was granted.Ulia"motion For the month "of August I will STRANDS OR MORE i

'tort,,OriaaA. ,)- ... Orange' Ceater.. '<, ,Re- \ the superintendent sell,at my farm, pine at 85 cents per ,Rid ,
.' strand, and oak at $1.00; also some -
a ; : \ da'.and' bridges'was instructed ,to saw logs cheap ,A. S. Hodges,H 1, t have a carload of Jersey Milk Your house of all insects.
d :: :l.-'f WJ.C'AiotifJ; notify .=-- Bronson to,:remove ,his I Orlando. 7-30-lm ELDREDGE BARLOWTelephone
S 4t; et.$I1 hr.ioad; ,)rceiyed aid fence 'where'.it.obstructs_ the road. Cows for sale, and,people of the surrounding Quarts 35c. Gallon $1.00

11 kid owider the,roles:' : 'Letter from J., :G.. Grossenbacher I ,TO THE PUBLIC: '- ,country are invited to in- 375
b 'Fetitioa', 'of";K L: H&aaaond and received and read. Clerk instructedto ,- pect the stock.Reasonable For sale by
; On account of the big advance in South Street, near A. C. L.
... JIit/ 4 protwtifig" .-atbe notify'hiin'th .the Board declines j flour and other ingredients in making prices. Call on or address
', .aeeepta', "> .e'.of: : the>;CofioleyScottover to do anything'in- 'the matter. bread, we have found itnecessary to y' JAMES SEWELL, Carruthgrs & Gore Tracks
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,j ; 'laid over.under 'Letter :from; the Southern PavingCoastraction [advance the'price'a little.. .The loaves ,
1-.... UI I.:, ..1, }"<(1"- received in reference I will still be sold at five and ten cents, 8-22-D & W Winter Garden, Fla. 9.1-lm
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company
' < but, beginning,Monday
September 7,
d : Pew:JR)',1',, toB.M,: ;H.: j to returning their_check., Upon I we can not give six for a quarter, as
5Je&t et'aL was.taken up protest [!inotion-the''-clerk' was instructed toreturn heretofore. The offer we now makeis = J.eo " '.I IO'
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'' w. -':\L..' ..".TWea, ,>representing.. ...parties. . ' po condition: ,'that each contractor_ compared$1. This with is a the very raise little that advance has been as

,proteetifig. 'Upe$motion the petition- sign:an agreement to:furnish a new made in flour. .
> 1t of.F.:JC.:,Pw ton',e(aL ,was denied. 1 I certified check of. like amount whendemanded CHARLES ROCK.,

':la,roapeet:to'removing-the:;obata,45 and with the: understanding GORDON'S BAKERY. W. M. SLEMONS
J. E. NICHOLSON.
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avinge .
F 'iiee'tapeiZu4oph )near, GM- 'that,the return of the checks inn 9-6-3t -
: :;K.o"JL;; ; E.-Mair'' >Bd.F.-A.>Lowe' and way invalidates the;'bid.. %

> fo" F. IWnd&agreed to-,move:theirt .Petition of Henry Heist,:J._S. Kimball PULL-U-OUT
J :lesees. ba&_ :15'feet from section.line,
f "' ,. et al., received and; laid over A geared block and tackle for folks .. ,
fogbaog at southwest corner. of:;sec- under the rules. who need it-motorists, for Instance.

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,' awtradjBft&iBg eaat'on;south.,line Williams. ,,et aL, for,public road, re plies yonur pull by seventy ten
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:of eetaa7: to:LUeCoBway.. ':Upond1e'wa ceived and laid, over ,under the,rules.Petition hundred pounds pounds pull at the means hook.seven One 'MEN'S i

.'nation,' declared to" be : oG. W.OUver:: W. P.Vin- man can pull a car out of the mud, S'V'V : MOHAIR SUITS
;W ti-e',:width. 'of' 46''feet..from,:pointajMAod ing,.' r& .; heretofore'laid.over, under: or back on the road if'tipped, or do : : ,
M. ., motion anything else that a ton or so of :
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0S '' .''.'WM,,:iafltmted .to place his motion.; the petition granted:upon condition Even if,jou never need to use it-=- : -
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.that the petitioners prepare the you ; : FOR'CASH
; i e'oe.tfce,sottth.aide of lot 1 of Ran- road for the the then U-Out in the toll chest is a mighty HALF PRICE ATSLEMONS
grader, county
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papa-- -1 .to.accept and declare the same a public Whatever emergency arisesyouhave
k.i Y.Mr. Johaayn.appeared .before. the .. .
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L' :Jfeaft k Wereaee,to. opening a'road .:the matter of placing, the concrete pull you will ever need. Merely as ,, ". .
|ree4:PW moot.'to the. p pJa'and[ ; a 'matter of comfort insurance, Pull- , .
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:: 'at Jk. Law; pig. 'op suitable gates"Ieriaierofwi8i some .newspaper that if there is any day, on the' farm, and equally so in : : : '.. :,.. >

i :; and- :ingress' of, ,'Mr.Jeiitroe . objection on the part of the,property the shop, or out on construction work. : !
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,:If you need, a. Fountain: S PAS e, .a Hot Water

I.. Bottle,ke:Caps, Bulb Syringes or Atomizers, it will .

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., Oxford CoaO;Syro j Special OfferA
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ftrcFM TkeifrlftffsiM; 25c Tooth Brush for 38c, regular,.price, 50c. R,
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1SMBOAL;ON Under this heading we list mcst, of the CLEANDisinfectants z.
-- : 'fee : drags that to be needed insectici
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taking. V ry beat any,home.. These prices are money savers: _.- des Etc. are always In this great picture the public is offered a production

flotr--riafereed.red Salts,'1Octb.:5: : Ibs.) ':for________ 30c P' necessary in the home unlike anything it has seen before.
Get them and
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DO ookie.g:Soda,(best quality) ft____ ____ 5c Chloride< Lime _____________i_____ 10 to 50cr five, who drinks the beer intended for his father,

: if Ib _.NN.N.N----- .15c Platf,Chlorides ._-----------. 25c to 50cElectric plowing in the distant field; and ending with the dra-
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.ft -___________________________, 25c Roach' Paste '__N______________ 25c matic fight of the successful writer of to-day against
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'. ; : ,:PetreJb ,__..:.____________.___ 20c Rat Rat Biscuit Biscuit Paste Paste(_tubes__)__ ___________ 25c 25c final mastery of Barleycorn."It .

. ":, .:' : : peras,1:ft _____-________________ 5c Black Flag Insect Powder_N_____________ lOc is a swift and impassioned story of adventure,
I. e 'lam'I; Tartar,.ft __ _______ ______ 50c Insect Powder (in bulk), per lb_______ 50c drawn with the hard lines of realism, but lighted with 3

." _iured,.Alcohol, pint ____.-- _--- 15c all the color of Romance.It .

.J-) : ,Alcohol,-pint. _.______.__________ 15c SHIVAR GINGER ALE is said that the maker of this film has brought out
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Moth Balls, ft: : __-_.___ lOc Ginger-Ale we judge it does all we claim for the details of the life with such distinctness and picturedthe

', 'c ATOMBBS-M Ke i;; :-Acid,. ft .-_';. ____ _____.____,20c it. Fine for indigestion; does constipate. authors portrayal of the effects of drink so strongly

:ei-or water, ..,. : Witch Hazel' (full strength), pt.._______ 25c. Price, $1.25 dozen., ... that the liquor interests have offered $25,000 to have K
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,bt91bPrice:: :WeWe'haw -tq ------------ SICK ROOM SUPPLIESWe the film suppressed.This .

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"Ricc':; The'following mixture of -no matter what you need, we have it approval of the W. C. T. U. and anti-saloon in-

,Bay Rum:makes a fane face here. Douche Pans, Surgical Bandages, terests who feel that John Barleycorn offers the strongest
t 'a plea: powder ,that gives to the Sterile Gauge, Rubber Sheeting_and every, moral drink offered the
face a.soft velvety appear thing that's needed in sick room at reasonable argument against ever public
(Ice h .Bags, .,, Z : \, ante prices. in motion picture form.
., 6le1t t1ie.. : Crab's Eye Powder 2, drams
c' 'll ,:,," : : Oil Citrolin dramGlycerinedram STOCK' FOOD
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to"we'after ** : Stock Food:

.WfeMHaaeL, International Stock Food, .
ante,mosquitoes : GRAPE JUICE-We. carry Armour's and Barker's H. and C. Food

We seint. ': f or, .,2fc O '- ," h' ,. Grape Juice.. Price 25e pint! ; 50c.quart Block's Draught Stock ,Food. I 20c



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hear.. i Raafiy: it:.k.:quite" worth ,TWO GENERALS West.CeBefc 3$ Most leaaUl" GroBids ii Florid REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

vfcfli;to go away;to:'oeae .bask'and ,. COMPARE
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raeetve' tie:arty: ymtiigo'.el:tie ,Berlin, via ,London, Sept,; 9..TWomaj College, ,'Academy, Music., EipresaoB,'Fine Art, Domestic -
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have been added to
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pittul. t).....' the death list of field, officers, Gen' .tectioe.Twelve steam heat electric fire ' I OUR FURNITUREWe

waak haa"b ,home erals von Gotha and'Nieland.
The past ; an. a ,
: lar endowment Three teachers of music $5,000 that has
tooting oae.:for j'0 k1 ad. Premier :von=Welzsacker of 'WUr- organ, provide the quality furniture long
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Mrs. Tenaant 'returned ,temburg and :Finance !:Minister von : a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
George." Nannie ,Hadsoa'anddtfldrea :onTciRKYn. Brneiigof.: : have: "both lost : rooms for business school,foil,basking equipment standard,of.merit. If an article is here it is good.It .

; ; ';W.:T..Coanell :sons... Prince Frederick', William of I Il chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with everymodern wouldn't'be here were otherwise. We can't make '
en', Taursday oFrii. l Hesse- .wounded in the breast in I I device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water. this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
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ton 'K ai..<(be*ore, I now,being ,brought ''.from advanced Christian, but undenominational; expenses moderate McNEDI & DAVIS BLOCK
Scholarships available. For catalogue address : ,
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Mrs., J.>(0.; Brock ;returned, last, i _
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FREMONT BLACKMAN I
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.. Cell: 8olrSi.ed.: ,cba4ren,
to be beautiful and attractive, but unagAtly -
Otto,. Gidrgt,"' 'ft* -.'..j '611of; thin and lifeless hair destroys

...,.aft:Making.a.few:days'. . :visit\ half, the beauty of a pretty,face.If ,all ordinary social, household or busi-

with rI1..k.. .., ...frie MIL'.. .,;- 'I 'yoorbair:is losing its natural H correspondence our, Shetland Linen
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Mrs..Lfltosr aad.children, 'of.Dunm dandruff, too dry,dulls,or if the scalp stationery is ideal in style, grade and fin-

;.waw. .viritiac Vii:brotiw.' ;?eff ,itches:and,burns do not be alarmed, > imh. It is so good and we have so much con-
d'c: Parisian: 'Sa .", Rub, it _:well SHARE IN PROFITS;
BUYERS TO
.Vaty; aed L I.I1. ;" use is embossed onevery .
fidence in it that our name
MJat', 8*Ba. Thaa, aaB,, ,of, Ckr- into the,scalp. ,It will go right .to : 'LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS, !
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the, roots,,. nourjafl .. envelope and printed on cover
,wi o r ably efeeaarfai her.dn.rk - "
smote the hair to"ow long and "
till aa ,deIk' ia(tfca:;paatafiee,'..reSafatal bewtiful.,:It;'removesdandruffff with . Elective'i1' m August 1, 1914 to I August every: tablet. We cannot afford to put our

i eni q. one anBcatka,"stops itching scalp, 1,1915 and guaranteed against any redac- name -on an ,inferior article. We carryall ,
: falling hair. and makes the head,feel. . tieR daring that time: '
"at tlt yaamg:p* fle:vent he.; sizes and shapes of tablets ,and envelopes.
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.Tar fe'Mtttowria to aajey tfcea 'Pariflkn Sage supplies the hair Car $555.00 ,
tch tOnh laiM piayW .17 Misa, wiUuwbat is needed to make it' soft, Touring W. S. BRANCH S

InIWr Mr. Crawky;. Mia;:Brfley fluffy,' thick; 'and gloriously radiantIt :Runabout 505.00 ,
,is soM k fifty cent bottles_byMeRroy's
and Mr.OwuVkk Ta* ova ) Pbaraacy, and at all drug F. 0. B. Oriudo. All can fiBy eqiipped.j .
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fin..c IJ.. ... .rli dij: : c aten.; Look far fee;trade' mark .. ; ,
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Mr. Maurice
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tpp tuitM P1... et ; t).Q1wK ',. HMM can lessen tke ale fete -
f. 'P.Di.tu.J.e: : Pi plea Art'.**ild vt'rawh'tb.. vnteiiM.; we arm Ie" pay u J05N; B. STETSON "UNIVERSITYIIICOIN
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Bad Bbod, :PijafMs,4" Headaches loci's n HULL Y. Ph. D., IHU D., LL D., President
'wara Mt W ... Jfaanaan, Bffioasness,',.;Torpid liver, Ckmstipa- .:
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',' .CBs Aartiia,. Mr. a* Mr* E,':Rfalta tioa; etc.t come' fr m. :Indigestion. and; :-Fer' tetfer, ,putieakn''rep, iII._..Ww,dcet'- tnlIo TIE KST SCHOOL_ TOO GOOD- FOR YOUR CHILDREN

KG".i Mr*, t L. CmAaw, Take'PoDo- ',"tM.PleAsant.: ,'>abaii.g t+1s. sa Send them to Stetson. Fall' Term,Begins Sept. 25. '
absolutely :sure :Laxative, ,and you '
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Have-dear: ewapjectjon' and steady _'. .. ""' J 10 Larr LabonUorfci for Science School of KIIIIM '
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'Every:one in .Orlioido mat'enjoy ( ) their ovn'ianks to take the places of
f; ".: Aln nu _. ...., .. t. : 'New, York,:Sept.:-Fielder Jones their fading stars. If the Americanand
.=:admire :those- .Beautiful. trees,. ,
............ .... . ..... E" .
( ; ) Og' avenuee. has been National :leagues could not get
s North;Orange m front .signed.supposedly.to devote
...... at w emaet. II &Ma1rY ..
.
...... .; .. of the3Greetham home. .The'fallaiiigitem players from the; minors their leagues
... ,. >. : :/ 1< '".. | 'ihk"services; exclusively, :to. .the..
._ .. soon would dieof.decay;; unless they
<' '", '" ,from'the. .' . files of Ak Palebesiiug -'
: : ; management"of ,the. St Louis
: 'if' .TIn II I( : > Fed *
: .. .. .. ... the'date of.Marcli,1884,"tells undertook to develop the players
.
:1 ; ; ,.. "" i
.j erals. But the real
.,... .. ...... !.. job that confronts themselves '
; ; ; .t.- .I.II the, : of:the.treea.: : processrOf
story
.
$ ..'"T. J.'Shine has displayed" his good> the old, White;.Sox. leader 'is ,said 'to course, '.if, some of the, minor A FrDC1affla1iOll l ti ll! '

,,t.lI ; !:: :;; ;:: 1::;; tastebyputting. .; .oat'a,,,line. of. live.,;. 'oak. be minor that leagues, of. attempting'from the to embrace win 'the,of leaguers went. over' to the Feds the

. . .. .. : American and National"leagu.es coulddo
,') the line,of .
'!,'l- 1 : .,;.:: . : : : .JIr ta rees;on thej gtreet; ,.along Organized Baseball .
'
; r _. _,' . . ," his property." and getting' ,them 'just'what the.Feds have been doing
,.: ')>6" 'r"T '. : -, ,. to join.hands'with the Feds. '
f- ,<" ;. :;'."',- .> ; x -raid the leagues.. But 'SUch a
.: ' ':'QNrbe:_t.J" 'W heYP tdlsr": iwilwtt I :Thirty years ago this. month'IL,I : ,Jones, ,proceeding about his 'mission plan would, be. most distasteful to
....... 4lssil Ie'M t MiN ; : will
probably olive :
:..t w .e $.tIMI. .Mt.. kter ......1 p. m Berry advertised:in' the''Orlando. pa--- branch one 'and
in hand J
:' <: 'lt i". J" r.Aftk-. i UScatfed .....,., per/tyetbe.had.'opened: :' care , a bludgeon. leaguers *now via the draft' route,
;' 'i ia: tr...... .......; .M kr anew in the...other. ',The minors who. think *
":.' ? \?, ,', .._ ,...,, i ria ishep;and would sell all kinds of paying only. $1,500 'for them, and. ,if
wiser
: a it a : plan to the olive
I' buggies, backboards and gon",", spurn they dealt with the player direct they of
our and ad-
[ City
branch and to stick to:Johnson, Hermann '
; would have to him in
a sum excess
bet'cJW'not'offei pay
automobiles for
i .ri+)d W>*7 Mu obis iawrNiag w ' any eta1.t will then be made feel
o<.o OSotiee.ho it' N sale: to of that $1,500 to outbid the Feds.
: y ;....... attfct,rwkrIf iuerL- _.rat.fIDAY ./ .; .' . the, sting of the club.. Much depends upon Jones' initial
*** remlft. joining Counties
: Jones probably will 'point out to :
: efforts ''the lines' of
: 'Mr, Alexander, a Tampa.undertak along converting
; ,i g' ,*;.SEPTEMBEL11.f ; has had five suits of clothes.stolen the' minor leaguers that if they come: the minor leagues to 'the Federal -
j over to' the Teds they will,'of course, faith. Should he succeed in,
: (H' him.within the last few months.He gettingone
If IW'OiTWAiibNAL'BLQCA.: J no longer be subject ,to Federal raids. or' two ,of the fairly big minors
faster
; 1 should step a little and endeavor We wish to to all of
The :Feds will "'to buy say our
<. art | *" OATH* to overtake;the next thief. that, agree youngminor to' jump it seems 'certain that Johnson ;
.
f- v *' >**;
n -r? T;:; eaters-hieroomHeought: : : .to. set a league stars at prices equal to and his .crows{ will be glad to Customers and those who will
l.tThe Coloabia State:this*aptlydesa : detective'to;watch his merchant, tatlor that which they could get for themif make immediate peace overtures.

4: r*es 'the .agree>neat;,entered into ,:possibly he is the guilty. :one. they sold them. to the. American rNatioDalleagu They would then 'realize that the likely become our customers,

'. 'ky "Great' Britain,:,F aM.e.sad,:Russia jumping, ,of one league foreshadowsthe
"If you, don't come with us we'll of others and the loss that we positively do not intend -
z[ }t'Y. ;, < 'i'Those beautiful views, "In andreiind1 jumping ,
t It is to : which"-- raid 'you, will be the gist of the of the small leagues would cripple
i.t.5 : war : 4thehiltubleod'tothe: Paris, the. Time to take advantage of the
Jones ultimatum. "If raid we'lltake
we
'" kat drop tresaare'to the final kopec.sy Union is, running on;>> the first'pa them beyond a cure.

,',' .., On sea and,6n landV'at,home':ancp are?timely ,and,interesting.; Not eyr your best players and because you won'tget present war scare and mark

Tfl. ahrstd m tae fariaads: ; iii isolated erybody,.can' take .a trip. to ::Paris; in a dollar .for them, we'lldeal Eat what yon want.

: 'poaBefiaioas! :among all;races free and fact, not -every one.would care to just direct with the players.Com.e :Eat.all you want. higher prices on ANY Dry

.:' { V : *jet, it is to be.war.to the end., at present, But nearly everybodycan with us and we'll guarantee ,Take,a postscript and forget it.
For sale all
.: ," J! :7; So: 'rwda- :the agreement'',ofihsigDefFatJ.ndo : take;Times-Union.: you our fullest protection. And well by druggists.l-7-d&w.lyr Goods Article we now have in

,,'. '*> .' than the in baseball our store of have bought for
-.: :< 'j" '.tie, "representatives. ,of England., The :pleasant change in tempera more big powers T. F. HOURIHAN Licensed Plumber.
have done. The-national agreement, Conscientious work at fair prices.
Fraoce aad:Rasaia: ture;last evening was, an' unpleasant this Season's
business.
,
and Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf
1' of which big little
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every organized
t ; :"Th -iei. authorized '
"
: gnedduy
4> ; reminder of the.fact that we can not
.' ;tierio' by: their,'.tive.goJeri1. league in the country is, a part, In few is there
: : wear ;Palm Beach. suits all winter.' cases any necessity -
.. provides that in times of trouble the SITUATION WANTED-Competent.
resets;baby declare as follows:' six
stenographer, experience,
I T."The Intueb.French; and Russian Mrs. Opal McKenzie has had her 'big fellows must stand by you. Have accurate, reliable; high years school grad- for paying an advancefor

it i\\+ ""fovoraments mutually engage not _to name spelled by 'the'newspapers during they done this? Have they 'helped uate; best references. Address L. D.,
J : : you? The Federals have raided you, 218 N. Church street, Rockford, Ill. goods we are now buyingor
.e: peace:separately during the ; the past. .month. in more 'waysassn '
taken best players and caused 9-ll-3t
f :pr ;war;Thethree: goyemjieats'agree.that :.one: would think it possible to your" have '
bought.own to
U .to suffer big losses, without 'the day
: when the:terms, (peace spell.so simple'name. It'has beenspelled you
Get the news in the Sentinel firstIIIMHiMltllMlilllMM
I .t O
't.:, ;1ritho.t.jaSeswiU- -- ,tI demand conditions" of.peacepreviousagreement way.. defense.Jones is to:get a salary of $10,000a bought at the old
;: .Hofr1read '*. pricesandin
: .'ortH'c e allies,. The'..war is hitting us' in a tender :year for'three years and, in addi-
_ '
ft U,." ,Kfaift; :;>hereof/the" ..undersigned. spot, The bakers"of Orlando, have tion, a $50,000 block of the St. Louis a great'number of cases actually -

j t ;have affixed,thereto. their, seal, combined i to,' advance the price of Federal stock Should succceed. in McCUllOCU'SDepartmenl

i i'\ f 'Dooe. "at London: ia-:triplicate ,.this cookies'so that'we'get only ten for a causing some of the minor leagues to below.old prices-for, our
'
_ 1'fJu U.;; ,. ,day' t!egteaiber,1914.- ."' dime:,instead of dozen. ,There are" jump than earned to the Feds his salary.he will The have'm minor re policy of securing all cash discounts -

JX Ge any:iay:,well pause' at such two,',ways around, the trouble. One
J1 a:declaration.It; ':means:that whereon ; is to cut_the cookies out,of the morning f leagues act as the foundation that Store by cash payments has in
American and National
__ ttf &,; :the globe. she:has=;a posses- mealanddrink the coffee without supports the. ,
j >.';eio ;- 'there. her:eneak .guarded by then Another plan is to have the leagues. Without them the two big some cases been almost a profitin
: leagues could not exist
( : the'Jtiaieet s..ff'Britain, France and bakers indicted under. the 'Shermanlaw"and
;- eIl her ; The minors develop the young play- Jelly Tumblers itself-which benefit is
t'$ e out -It means :putthem: all in the city jail J : .

(\u.a.: ti--t,;however" " 'q.herarmiea'may;- .. . ;batter. until/they 'promiseto. sell us great w . handed to you in lower prices-
(l' '[at,.the. ;doors .of; Paris; or':even .take big ;cookies, with raisins oh ',the inside J t MBMIIMMIIIIMMMMMT.F.HQdfflAN

L M.-':the. 'sty.Haetf' ,:agamies: -.willpoori 'and',frosting on,the outside, just Fruit Jars and we propose to sell this stock

_ 't.I te'the.aidof.France.to fight,-her to as mother'used to :make, for 5 "cents ; '

_r -1 tthe-: fioni: India, from per dozen. ) the same as always. In no case
"' .. '.' '. Licensed Plumber and all kindsfreseNing
Cw Ai,% from Australia,.:from-New <. ., ,
t'i.ll. M l; ftoM'Soseh. "Afriea'froaII Don't"marry a man.until you'have j ,Sanitary Engineer will we charge any War Tax or

n :"J wide-Rung;: oleftie* _of Britain,. seen :him .arnak.-Times-union Phil t i Estimates Furnished. Jobbing ask
\ t1r 1 iJapsn It>mesi s/that Russian- osopher. :. Promptly Attended to. any. advance'on. the various

it"', ''N(wffl. 'J oofitiaae_ tea.eoae'T ,. 'wave 'Akin: all probability she.would not 1 PHONE 629 Kettles staple and branded articles that

_ ?;$ ij'vekiipuii .her eastern border. marry' him: after ,seeing him drink; 106 Court Street ,

Y aid _vO 1-"-"'ve$.across. the sea Mr..Armstrong's advice:is not unlike we have on hand. These will

/talonatKt; ';; -t: .. that.'given in,Punch's Almanac, many 8IUNH, .FL0RWAIIIIMMIMIIimiMtillt

!f'l. l;Cite., ,tdeg.,J of('the': Dekkan, ,of years ago,'running 18'follows: 'Ad.. j t 4-21->m 29 S. Oraige Avete.HntiMMHIHIItf. all be sold by us at the same
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i '-.IUpUII5'; :wrote,:;the 'vast ,red viceto, those about to marry--don't-
caress :o|..' the r U iesjhavej; ,bound prices as heretofore.This .

F 't moolves 'in'a blood 'oatn :tb go' r
: policy will be carried out
'f, ..straight... forward, ;cost. what'_ it 'may. ,' t litllillllltllilMtMIHtltltllltllMllttMMMMIMIIMMMHMIIIHIttM. t '. .

',i to. clean :up :andssweep: ;'learthe' 'if 100- pounds .Red and .White Bermuda- Onion Seed-- just re- $ as long as our present stock

awry thretighkwhichh i they. ., riin. ., .
q'i': '
"t'1gainat..solemna: : Gerlaaay -. '11? ceiyed through Custom.House. lasts and we think we have a
'" -" '
|| ,r can"oppose"only. ,herr, ." own. .:might. . '' FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. stock that will us throughthe
.. \f hofarms.:, To render it futile she can carry

fir look..,:only' ,to' -.her,-- fleet;. and. that' ,is. : ' year- especially on the
_ -;>diaittedly 0 'inferior-,in/!-,-nD bers.. and i. McELR.Y.! :PHARMACY

',, ... H"!'.WBaameat-.'.:......-:..,;'. ,dB, morale..; .-- '' ,Tfo.. that.,of' I I ,lite is 'trlal.. >dick Ielvery. I'Pras. PUKE .!i. Try.ft r Ice Cream.IIIIIIMMMIIilllimiimmiMIMIMmiMMMIMMIMIIMMHMM talked about War Articles.We .
:; ; naw.: .Agaiast' it, all" the .diplotlmatk know we will be strongly
_ ,. : plotting)bit the' World; will, not . Mot
.
l ,;-awl' The, ,""'winning ,of. ,; Turkey.. will criticised for taking this stand, .

ri'.ii the r'mg.of. 'Greece:.and' of-I I t ilMIMIMIMillMtMMMIIIHiliMnilMimitmtMltmMlllilillllllMtFor_ , . It : but
we mean it and know it to
f:I Italy.' 'Prebabljfthe agreement itself : .

t ''':was",partiaMy: :deaigBed..as..a warning" .I ,:. I.. be a fact that 'the majority of

,tTurkeyrbutthe',, compact stands, I \ ;; :. . : . advances asked at
'. ; 'Only ks'fleet, with:a hopeless.battle I I ";'t'.L. .. "'-E-_:' present are

.. +bef ore..it, :staads in: the"..way.:of the : > >- unnecessary and unjustifiable.The .
: mthkw .
t .
' " > ]fWflRY fOR THE WfDDING'
: 1lA. .i' : : > widespread talk regarding

It ii" the .moat dramatic thing,,ofF .: advances in prices of
*> staple
JT"C
-e',.war-niI ..UtJlit.: 'might: have ;. . ,. .
r ; marliedd Cerei : '- ; .r. the bride, countless things in Silver; Cut, commodities
_ 1 ; a n; bleod-feed: or a on account of the

a :guaaen's':meeting, 'to.:"get"' a:great '. '.. ,' Glass and Fine China.. .Rare;jewels of every description. .', : European War has been greatly
'
_= nation"so'far.,.----.i-regal. in, J its s ecees'butsp4t = ,'"., : ';. .'

.. ; l8u ee sefid.. : exaggerated to that person's or
{: . i For Bridesmaids' Ladies of Honor Flower
.. ; "Girls Bracelets Brooches Bar Pins La Val- > concern's personal gain.
etc
't The.Clearwater San thinks it is thoulyyPSPScia.Fienda e . '

{that>''nas;::been ra y; .,' ;.: Hers,' Wristlet Watches, Silver, Vanity Cases, '. __ Every dollar's worth that we

... J.-asked- .t." to. 'ly'(,tweaty-five Per.eentl :, __, .Purses, Card Cases, etc. ', .
1 lor'its peeve aerviceon'.accountHof' : own to-day will be sold without
:',t: ;;
:. 'i ; 'like:for ;the 'Sun 'to' hives'we 1 ". ': r ::- Pocket Chains. Full Dress Sets,: Gold and Silver| ;.:,.._: ;?i{; r.'-'
:r i(the" Sestinel :has,''not ,. ':, ,r\_:.;',. -' ?Pen_Knives, Pencils, etc. ,' -: or-: ?- .%. ?::iposromci I

f' bebgbtedx-The.eoet.Of war hits >. ; Let with -" : &;'';: .
ihedaewsfapers, ode than almost \* 4 : -. us help you your'wedding,* :, f present- .: .T..Swt.& ?' -'

"; ,, aay:other> _buoinooe. ;problems. r. ? :

.
,.r ,aL j. 'A.c.,real naval;btttie'was-fought"..o '

i r 1 the,, ;'coast. ;/of" ":Florida-" . _near- 'St.,,.Ann'.drewsWednesday -"

. ,'and the cannonadjJng -
J
_ E | 'was" .plaialy. heakin..that village.. ,

". ;,;;;, 'j' _HA" :"German raiserwas: "sunk. h ba. tF DICKSONIVES] C GO.
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f- ...: :; : .:: "A aeii'ot Mrandiwd. .iIf"4 ( WILL SUCCEED,HUDSON 'ASH i '! ...S9Ytr{. _
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iiiiMMiiimimiiiimTODArS R. R.
.. A0:M.fI-r--; J i ;; .i i. ; f ; .',. .
.r ) ; ivnten -.:. ; tieii .: llhe::yoeng-caan has'bees : :PROGRAM. ,
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Lf A.."'" .at.theWiitarPerk : atieeg the: avktien.. ..school at Eckir.' 'In a'Persian Garden." A f "

:a.:Ork do;Thursday.pfcd .:: B......fer:some.,. times romance drama in two parts, with, Hudson Teadered ,His Reagaa- US "Get tlt It t Mien s

; : ;;RegN for a:..thirty!" mile piMt""Wew Mildred.Joker.,Bright:Comedy, ,"Bess -the- '.Detec-. ,nation.Sone'.Time'Ago_aad .
ftVm ;the': ocean :across _
'Itft'lei tress,'or The Dog Watch," with Bess 'Will be AseBg Candidates
farm "' Heiopatead;pfciar:tlBsJaftenwon;,;in- Meredyth and.Wm..Wo rt. .
"s..Cir to.af.ad ajhi aO"t. teN tiB g s aviation.'exhibitions 'were for Goveraor . .

,:r.-,i t''i ) grrea.':The "bomb"' -' dropping,' contests DEAN AND. NEWTON: CONGRATULATED .- . : 'OJ:;

-.1. it n : in 'which the 'airmendemonatrrated4 TaUahasseee, FI \, Sept 10.-Hon. ; '
l O'Xei wbo.hu been . seme. :'of :the ;possibilities: :
relniavea.W a..,( rI-. .aviatwfl- !;:ia);warfare> ,}I attracted. the -S&tisfaCtlon we from. Hillsboro' county,. and one you the newest styles'in. .
With pleasure and
/ : -
. t Bid.7eitlN. j.' {' ; greatest;;amountof.'attention.. noticed ,. of the leading practitioners Tam- watches.
the announcement of Mr.. LP. '
;.?fib F' .. ;.t ,; : : H roW Eaateerose more than Wetheaend pa, win be the successor of HonF. We will trade in your present .
.of the Orland hotel
: Dean, manager ,
:i:W 'C.-W ht,liet a fi feet ln.the..a.' r in his SchmitWpkne inviting his guests to make their complaints :M. Hudson,. who recently resigned watch or movement, allowing '

i ate JfW 1 : ,.f r ,:.land.Awhile Syd/iey.F.. Beck ; The most successful hotelin as attorney ,for the Florida you a liberal amount.
enacild ky. from New.OrkaW" with: ,' ',.t 1oUsandf 'be1ow railroad commission. The commissioners
; . ws flyag a
Buffalo, New York, gained its position :- If you have any idea of
f ,-=--. dropping Charmless "bombs" and .have decided on the appointment -
t. by having announcements of watch would
.: Lee;Newell left last night for trying for:his mark, the bombs from :' of Mr. :McMullen after having getting a we appreciate
:: : this nature posted.in all their rooms,
; Va- wfcwe he'go Is'w. Banr's. biPlane .were 'dropped\,; all halls and offices. We: think this to carefully considered ,the names of H the opportunity of

. 'wade'the Univwsity'of,Virginia.:.' ;bob. the lower:machine Both avia-. be the only way leading to' success many other 'attorneys throughout the showing you.
" ., '.within fiif feet oftheir. ancTthat; 'he Our
state will will
. : .; tors :averaged and congratulate Mr. L P. Dean, also ably represent prices surpriseyou.
J14a ': .raika.Earlier . Florida in the .courts .in:matters pertaining .
Elemex Winter
Van DU&iwe t; to ; Mr.__A. Newton; ,'of Garden,
'> : :_'.'-JFeflfbwday/. 'speed. two : .... ,;in'. the afternoon. the large .our' representative to Tallahassee, to railroads is not questioned.

...y.1. ;:L' f .._.i. ..V u .: A.E.. .Beerta.M. :'.. ,,y., crowd of spectators saw Some, remarkable who also invited criticism. Mr. Hudson ,recently tendered his
. J flying)by>> :.Guy F. Kilpatric; THE FLORIDA REAL ESTATE resignation after three years of excellent Allen&Co .

.&\ ..:R. Davkawi\daaghter,' who:rosein:the.teeth of a. stiff gale AND INVESTMENT CO. ,. service,the resignation to take -
?- and:made.a_ twenty 'mile cross-coun Ii- effect not later than',April.1,1915, so
Ilia Gayle'Muraed Let aigfet from.veBpeatthe .try' flight? that he might give his time to the U Jewelers
: APPRECIATION
xeetucky j ,. . rtMi'. . . '' AN .
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Carl.T. Kuhl, in:a 50-horse power legislature which convenes early
<' : .. ,. .; ., Baysdorfer biplane, made ,the, nine April. Mr. Hudson is an avowed candidate .
"The darkness falls
on Reliable
gathering
you
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. k' ,' I' ":r-. "1 .E mile circuitof, the field1n'eleven and -,who weep, for governor in the primariesof o RepairingllllltltlillllMIMillilllMIMtttHIMQIIIIMH, fiD
. n .AfiaII9..r.. : days in Or.W' ors minutes Harold '1916 and is eager to be free to
But 'tis His beloved to whom He
k ...leeiuag after- grBperGy;.Mrs.. ,L.W. Ka utnercarriedoff.the: -honors in the ." make a vigorous campaign.

,, Cook* (iiC today refem '.to':Bra- quick starting and,altitude test, rising giveth sleep.
"M in '
neighborhood,
: and within In'every'; every I Tampa Times: Negotiations in
;-tr _. ; to 1,700feet landing circle,of friends, life records are clos- i D : :
nine-minutes ,close to the ,starting progress for the .establishment of a
all hence their life'sehapters
,
:L4ter 'A'W:: : ing- are passing first-class milk depot in the enter-
pointAPOPKA
: _lBiet ydahyafed.aCuogrba sealed until the resurrection
,' \ ;; prising city of Orlando. A company olb.

indo'BeEhwhere: ; '_they'will speed a HELD, SCHOOL ELECTION morning. from the Shenandoah valley of Virginia -
useful
-- There lives'so ,
sopleasant
, are some proposes to keep on sale in that
"rti YESTERDAY helpful, that in human',
: so CD
; city a complete assortment of dairy
.' . ._ view they :can not be sparedtheyseem moors=
but-
Mr./and Mrs C. A. ffiebee,of Jack-- 'Ninety:per/cent. of .the 'voters of to bless the world around them. products, including milk cream, --_ _--
aonville ,.are'l to 1'orI6H to 'spend the Apopka. :Special .tax school district Such 'a' life was that of Mr.: S. ter and'cheese.. The milk will be put

'wtetar. .. .Mr. 8iebee1.i: reared Jackoevifie election participated,,in the biennial Maxwell McIntyre, who was so suddenly through the pasteurizing process and '
will. be guaranteed to be absolutely
: pent } election held yesterday, evidencing a called away Monday, September & yor.jm9' t!
.
':( pure, and to fully come up to the
.interestin school affairs.
J -to keen ; 7th, 1914.
,' .. .r v- J\J'..,..."'.:King, of' the'Moetgom-' Two/:tickets were in the field for Mr. McIntyre was recognized by all standard of richness of the for Shenandoah which the

*..&nit .Piano. .. ''cofflpauy,.wentrdown., trustees. .and.both were. partially sue.eesaful as a man of highest ideals of integ- dairy"products
ay'to Wi"B ?en.yW ty. 'onMBS -a. buei.... ; the 'vote being; W. G.. Tal- rity, unselfish, with gracious solici- valley,are famous. It> is stated that I Polish Your Silver
the milk is short j
trip. for'-Ms' fffm, pon;; 42;',W. f.' Berry, 41; J.J. Andersen tude for .others, lived the life of a supply generally
winter in Orlando the
the
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pEat '40; Howard Smith,' .38;; A..C. devoted Christian, ever ready to lend Silver Cream ElectroSilicon.
"; establishment of this Wrights
li depot
\ will
: Ui < new
I Starbird>> 33 and W McLeod, 33.The'tbree'firstnamed a helping hand to the needy. A most
wbst peat waat.' . . come in very opportunely in supply- -
: elected. I
; were
:j :Take a'pooUcrift sad forget it. I courteous gentleman with the rare ing the shortage. .
.t.For.lIIe.,, ; . y aH. dragging.: : Talpon,.Anderson and' .Smith: composed qualities of a man of. sterling worth.
li X ""*' 17dtwlyrMr :the ticket put out' by the ,He willbe sadly missed by a large DUAL SUICIDE "ALL FOR LOVE"

f t' # ; .. Apopka ,board of. trade and Berry circle of friends and his warm, cordialgreeting Charlotte, N. C., Sept. 10.-C. B. Pick Your Teeth
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:Oik
; Wolfe of Lakeland, tray- the
: Starbird and McLeod.being present will never be forgotten. Howell and Lizzie Griffin, both of
tiling jam of ,tie. Tampa 'trustees. .: A 'wave ,of sympathy out to
goes
Monroe, came to Charlotte Sundayand With the Gold Medal Toothpicks
Drug' :coi"aay,':was anwag:the bueiaMea ,. ..A" ,three. _'mill_tax was.voted. !the devoted wife :whose.grief and loss committed suicide Monday even-

.,. .'Oeiaede.y' :;'4 .'; is unspeakably'severe.. We commendher ing b'y' drowning in a lake at a local
.t. {: 'f :...-. WEST SIDE ORANGE, ,AVENUE to God'who knoweth and careth. park. -

,. rXea.q_. aeidLtEipte.. ; of :WON BALL'GAME, A FRIEND.
1.1 The bodies were recovered today, Potted Plants Cut Flowers Funeral
w. _v e/at sagers of :the _
'mi belted together, following finding ofa
!::Southern 8t t4 S :I nee ascecofflpany Times directors of the
\ iders.wonrthe Tampa : The .
The west ban'e tote with clothing, in a floating Designs Wedding Decorations.
. ,. at.Thw' are
; 8f at.the'ball park yesterday afternoon,] county boat, yesterday, which stated that the I
"' '''" ,-' the:proceeds o{which went into,the beginning :to. prepare in season forth bodies were in the lake, all for
i> 'and Kelkr.Harria, &(Pal British ir next county fair, which will be '
usury of the;Orange County love." I
autos Wt fey their; hoMM; yeaterd -. 'War Relief Association. held in. next February. They an- Howell was thirty-five years of age.. THE SANITARY GROCERY
r'after -a pleahant :vi lt;to their ..their determination to makeit
inning'both sides nounce :
.to: the fifth !
Up : and has a wife and two children.
jrandpawaU,. ).ll.1. BaC- ;. Mrt-- .. Jr1L' ; Wire scoreless and strikeouts were the the very best and largest and most Miss. Griffin was eighteen years of. CARUTHERS & GORE

'VJck.. .-' rule rather .than' the exception,,,the comprehensive exhibition of the prod- age,' was employed in 'a local tele- Phone 200
...( '\ '. "; nets and resources of their county
l The
.1iui .air..tight.'b
pitchers . phone office at Monroe, where her:
)i.%!:and biro.:F'EIAll;' : .'of.Jack= final;score .was five.,to zero.. and those in.the region round about, parents reside.. I i 6 & 8 B. Pine StreetfrtlMiMmilllllMMillMMHIIIIIItMtmillill

toa. ,Tewi4' are visiting'at the. ;home 'The;association desires to expressits : that have ever been shown. They *
er Mra.FW:W:=Wright" ,'on Rock Lake, thanks to the band, the.baU. 'players propose to -make very extensive improvements -

Mrs.',All..{.. afid_4i Mrs.-'",w llttare". ,. skLraa .- and,, the .Red Cross young ladies I in the grounds, among : tMHIMiiMliHMIItlt MIMMMMtMIMMMIM. M.M W W W w W W w w IMMMIMilMMMMMlMMIMMMMMMMMI : r
.n. ; C,. for their cooperation .and assistance : which: will be the enlargement and ,
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-- the entertainmentCARD remodeling of the grand stand in .
providing -> . .
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:)ice Lee}; SalteB,- who.;JjaaMMHng ; preparation for the coming of the . : 1' .
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IN.,' the. ._. pw: "year,with:rat 'OF THANKSThe Birmingham. baseball team of the : "

: at: (._ ri. o1< w Bow.at}= .-' Southern league that will spend its ? .

(hez.. pawnte,*.aaid Mrs."' Sentinel.. .. is requested_.to. extend training season there. The team willarrive I ;> '

J8'.WJM1Ieo;; ; . 8treeL.' thn- > air appreciation of Mrs.. W. in ,Orlando on February 25, . ..... .
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"rh : : "I- . and will remain four weeks : : ,;
W.,Wright and family to their friends ../.. .-
,:F"., H..::Rand. ,..--Jr..,, is'.expected home, for:the-nianyacts; of kindness shownduring '. "c-"
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,tom,'..4il. ,:trip .t thjoogV. ,'New. .... ....York.. :and. the demise;.of; their loved one, Mr.. Phone Conscientious 629. 106 Court at St. 8-23-tf prices.
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the.New Eflgtand. states.. Mr.. Randalso -
w .
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.. ]::went: into .Canada' ,tox;Ottawa,i'" /; We insure 'your line and loan you the factory a fresh lot of 30x3 1-2
:F;wiich pfakce he:.:began,his re- money on real estate at 6 per' cent
T.F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber interest Guarantee Life & Loan Co.
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r . :.:triP.' ,', ?omiog T'! : by .rail.. Miami.... Conscientious,work at fair prices. Curry Building, Tampa, Fla. Goodrich which x

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Q :, DAILY SWfrr LBflW' Bor,,,.:,Andrew_ _.J. ,".Bethta''''asgeerttorr ,-'Yilittaat. I: : -- '. ')' tirt.berLathsand

"ad:Frank:fey. .. rafl.. I : Shingles
la CJrmH Cocrt'.7th Judkkl Circuit, Orange
_ 9 (II Pru ;.,$..e>: read co iasi@aerr. With:.Mash g, County,.Florida. -

b .. Y4ik. ... ,L lad & in Bethea'aad. Shealey havingmajorities .Odessa, vs.Ctirlfd, Divorce' j

: a..... statue ,Im9ghfble $.arks. ; tJoMIea" ranging respectively 'from;30,900..to: 7oP Pain Garland! O&rlud-s . .'1 '"

l.,: -:..'-, .Wag si.ra11tiitarhieh 38,900.the', resdt shown"early today : It appears:from the' affidavit" of the complainant t Mf JVnif LIMBER COMPANY. 4
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herein duly filed that the defendant
he d/tdu'/i't' all'theL wt be shal ged.',
__ ,,' can is a: non-resident of the State of Florida
.' -- : A ,tie Laseriealt.League' pare :Wyatt,Aiken's nomination as conprffiijfiin that he is.over the age of twenty-one'years

3"':.......' ... &-, 1.a.i..a.s.a' i -Je'--01. "' f roo' '., the-third-district was and that, he- resides, .at, Nenorri. North Caro.
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'.-- --r y\ issued by:"an; intxeased.majolrity, lingYou'are therefore ordered to appear to this
lbneea1L j : !;< .
,
the 6th of
> Bill on Monday day October. 1914<<,
t; ..rae aaad lot giitiet.are' 'aoperior r'- .: .. ,: 'the same being a Role day of this Court ORLANDO
.h1 It is further ordered that tJaia'notice be n
\1||r qnloiy to soae of the;'gaaies_inwkh published, for four, consecutive weeks in the

ti* Htff aad.Yanks:have.f PEOPLE'S WAN.IiUNNIMAKJi: South Florida Sentinel a newspaper published'
t': in Orange County, Florida. .
i'N; .. d;. 1" NeW, Y lk.c wad, Clevelsad ;- .. Witness my hand'and official seal this September
*
:\,...'. ail, ':_ ,.have 'owamHted. every,. - 2, 1914.- B. M. ROBINSON. : R.yilCei Bt AgatHe Plaster and Perfection LimetimmiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiitftiimniif
/>- + I ,
;" basin n.;With' the;:,ex- Clerk Circuit Court, Orange County, Florida.By
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1- : ." -" M. A. HOWARD D. C.
': rf :BM i4erifif. 'the umpire. :.._: '"( Lost; Wanted For Sal, Fw J. A. ROWE, ,
."" at ate, te tUb eotana.'ate for ooo day.Mo SoL for CompltFATING
'IitlleidVei1: hag.i:i gane :betweenttk ior Am deb, or tIM for CM week forM 'I'IIIIIIII'IIII'IIICIIII " "
;Nal* and Yaaks: a ballgame they '.o*' a ...' ... er' .. soartpanytMi
.... r far twffi ...;....i. d solsus AND CURBING ORDINANCE
"...fct to;:caH it a:"balers ga e.: It's bo.aad oa e>ot.-' Statement of the Condition of the

'JHtagh: .tobring. .on'tie'weepe'to'.see -- An Ordinance to provide for the paving and
-tfcooe two" of ..u..tbaU'plaj- ..WANTED good second hand au- curbing certain streets bathe City of Orlando.Be
fangs, toffiobfle-no; "jnnkheep." Apply it .Ordained by the City Council of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co.
r 4aiaase" >ewiac and'i.I ball fieW and Magnolia :House, corner South and City of Orlaado: ,,
tfcnaelvee to'be i erg that between 5 and 6 o'clock Section L That the following named streets ,
, Boone street' ,. shall be paved with brick of the width aped. : Orlando Fix
'" -'- are=:goa.'-:tfcrottgh. ..t" motions..., _. ,.j p. BL 9-4-4t Sod for each street and shall be m-be4.1ritJa' ,
"" : '(,. concrete curb four by fourteen inches.
'- NIbs. :P1* t I WANTED_ -' 15 or 20 March and April North 'Orange Avenue 'from Washington "' I i At the Close of Easiness June 30th,1914.

V" It,'e Ieiy" .kafw. .''Awe- moat. ''be, taU_ 'hatched pullets::: 0. L Goodeh, Odlando. average Street to width Colonial of 14 Drive feet,-6Uin.with V brick

|...: W>Mf,, aa a' Better; of eo riei 9-9-3t North Orange Avenue Colonial Drive to RESOURCES.
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.. .(Bit,jet; beeaaae'two"tsama 'happen I I FOR SALE-Second hand sewing extension the connection of North with Orange Lake Ivanhoe Avenue SO Boulevard feet. Leans and Discounts . . . . . . . .'. . .'. . $379,514 36
i i:he. fightta tt'M.fer :&e cellarfcfttBpioBeli machines; drop..head Singers, rota- Lake Ivanhoe Boulevard extension of North
: "rj White,' ,rotary Standard,. New Orang Avenue to city limits 16 feetSouth Orel-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 622 34
Ju-B maoH .the .0. .
( why from end of brickat
Home, :;and. other' makes. Will be Phillips'Orange Garage.Avenue to.Lucerne Circle fill in Stocks and Bonds . .,. . . .. . . . . :. 26018 33

1 .gmae std iwkhw, irdpitehtef soW cheap for.cash this month. Call -with brick of average width of 14 feet Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . .*. 26,637 37
,
;wfld kern bytibe,catcher;wild at Singer,Office,or phone 32U 'C. B. South Orange Avenue from Lucerne Circleto Cash OB Hand and'Due .
from
'. LiDd 8-11-tf: Gore Avenue 18 feet Banks . . . . . 291,393 48
t=V:oaee by} fee oatfekkrs. .erratic. ay'JDaDAger. j Gore 'Avenue from South Orange Avenue < ,

r t..f ,:a:miccoaiioliTke of '1. WANTED .TO RENT .four five to Kohl Avenue 24 feet. :
a or Knhl Avenue from Gore Avenue. to Southern .. $724,185 88
1_ thI-dea't-are" lpirit.: .room furnished house., Prefer city limits 20 feet. -

tf i''
i :: ia:.New: -'York' ,raeatiy"Were- Mayer Candy,company. 9-8-3t 14 feet. Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. $100,000 00 '
Central Avenue from Garland Street to
'.'." t[Httto"; better. '.than. '.toirlesfaea. The WANTED. -Two miles of secondhand Western city limits 30 feet Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 39,961 35

:; ) ;players. 'west', :at ;their'chores as rails for.'tram road. Address Dr. Street Central fill Avenue in with from brick Main of width Street of to 14 West feet Re-Dfecoaats . . . . . . . . . . . . :. None

tMu k'tIiey dido't:are just'how they W..S. Burkhart, Lockland, 0.: 9-5-3t Central Avenue from West Street to Snm-' BiDs Payable . . . . . . . . ? ? . :. :.;. None

:di4:Aea.' They ,kept up that: spirit merline Lucerne Street Circle 24 entire feet. circle. 18 feet.. Deposits .. .. . . . . . .: : . . 582,669 47

_ tro t. ,Even,tOUgh .these two .WANTED lots set-with To fruit exchange'trees four and good near Avenue Robinson 24 feet.Avenue from. railroad to Orange Doe to Banks. , . .-. .'. . . . . . . . : 1,55506

:t_mo.do',not_. '_iteek_ ap' like.,firstclassey city limits, for Ford Touring car, 1914 Robinson Avenue from Orange Avenue to

:1 :JI.II.It.: ,iliUR,_ 'at, .least__ could. ._.trypUy .' model 'Call 306 West Concord. ave.flue _East.Magnolia Street Avenue 24 feet from Robinson Avenue to H t. $724,185

ito' ; baeeUll. i to. :the beat.of. their .. 9-6-6t Colonial Drive 24 feet -
#. ', .YpO Hnghey Street from Central Avenue to Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . :.- $291,393
IKa. The pabBc, as; ,we imderto American Street 24 feet I
;the' eitu ,FOR SENT Main Street from Confederate Monument to Reserve..required. by Law . . . . . . . 116,533 89
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fji' r>ta,' ;. ;, ,_;its moneyt _, Washington Street full width of present road J R
: .i haHpky. basebalL Street to Robinson Avenue -
.: ,. pky :
-- FOR RENT Beautiful. dwelling with .WWashington Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59
'w."it'- .. '<."wants, -'to. eeo"eeeeetric' .-- ...come:: garage;,- elegantly. furnished; on ZPain Street from Jackson Street to Lucerne

:''diMtt' g.M 'to,a'tM ter.,', La Lucerne Jas.." A. Knox, Circle. 24 feetMain Deposits on Jane 3Q, 1913 . . . . . $527,758 01

n IJ.c}. JAaMfi'iiik take'a look now B,-.27 tf full width Street from Jackson Street to Church Deposits on June 3b, 1914 . . . . . . ...., 582,669 49

.and:then(at;the :Yanks:and. Naps in I West Street' Central Avenue to Anderson
Street 24 feetAnderson
-
i FOR RENT ,
t' ;'setML: .PwUWy,'.Hte'
\( fan who have Been them; he would to-datel,partly furnished; on Lucerne DeLaney Street from Anderson Street to .

huge;w.-views':aW ter.:' being Circle; with garden; fruit! and.flow Gore Avenue 24 feet. The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Coy endeavors
Jackson Street from Orange Avenue to the
elaaa hd' ers,. J. F.Watkins.lSOd& -tf.i to progressive but conservative policy to be liberal in its
tflyyra$" : lam: Atlantic Coast Line Railroad full width of persue a ,

4 -' ;se': I present roadway. treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
ttgUBiVrwp -: South Street from Orange Avenue to Atlantic
'. : ei4 t,el theatertt : .. FOR RENT Two office spaces in Coast Line Railroad full' width of present Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
"oar.store at No. 9 W. Church street. roadway.
---.MtioIaJ.. .'League continues to insist Come in and we will show JO' .. Pierce Anderson Street from'DeLaney Street to safely conducted bank are cordially invited.

t every:l t a P e,moat Cut the play:. Electric Co. 3-29-tf Lake Street 24 feet

,'eVs1.!'sakriea; hot 'BO .one is' paying. mer Lake Street.Street 24 from feet. Anderson Street to Pal- mtttsmitt it:I I in:miuttnnwunzwnnimnznwuuwnn.'th.DYNAMITING .
-- Concord Avenue from Magnolia Avenue to
:,any. attention' to wIL, Instead. of cut-. : : ;/, ,MISCELLANEOUS Trenton Street 24 feet ,-
.tln ,aries thevarious: leagues con.tans -' Hillcrest Avenue from Magnolia Avenueto

:: .to;booet them. The majors' cJ ., .
;: 'the : Street full width of present roadway Clearing land is our specialty.
miners.iinder prelection of pV
; cooking. $5 and $6 per week. Boone Street from South Street to Irvine
s g&amd figore aad BderleBg.term Excellent'location. ,Magnolia House, Street 20 feet. Let us .do, your work. Estimates Ii FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDAGAINESVILLE

0,; '-cowtacte,'-While'the Feds; in their efforts .. corner South and Boone'streets. Mrs. view Marks Avenue Street 24 from feet;Orange Lakeview Avenue Avenue to.like-from cheerfully given. L N. Lewis, 406S. FOR WOMEN ,
Marie Lewis 9-4-lm
i manager.
'! to cons.1iM.tm of OrganiaedEawban Marks Street to Lake Ivanhoe. 16 feet. East street 7-14-lmo
,' Church Street from Garland Street to Par. TALLAHASSEE.College .

:'" ;are s4ffl"holding"-{pat huge.. .FOR' SALE-A..No. 1 saddle' mare, ramore Street' 24 feet. of Arts and Sciences;Normal School: -
pt>rr9ii9a_to"fie Vie:. : 'or buggy 'horse. .Addresscare fill Church in with Street brick.from, Main to West Street- I School of Music; School of Expression;
:,1 ,*' *"' Wright's, Box:567.- 9-2-tf American Street" from Atlantic Coast Line School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts;
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j School: Modern Gymnasium with swimmingpool Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers
Railroad to Lucerne Circle 24 feet I
School
ne Caihethal I
The wrkew;wk)-:are.'closest' to the - -- I Adopted. September 1, 1914. ; basket ball and tennis courts new and 1 College i Experiment Station; Extension Division -
NANCY.HALL and Porto'Rico modern buildings beautiful dormitories
;sweet E. | ; campus; -( ; Graduate School Ten new brick buildings -
:povws ia>Orgwiied Baseball& :..and I potato :slips .at $L7S per 1,000. F. SPERRY.Mayor.. I have all modern conveniences; new besides gymnasium, swimming pool andmany
dining and kitchen most hygienic in
tlwre/ow:__ uafrwndly toward the Quick delivery. Cash.. Apopka. Plant .' Attest: CARL JANSEN ORLANDO FLORIDA Florida;room 418 young ladies from 49 counties subsidiary and assistants.buildings. 854 61 officers young men instructors

5 Federal League, are,"fridnr:President Co... Apopka, Fla.. 5-24-tf : City Clerk. (Ftrmerly koowm as PclLOark School and 12 states last session. I 11 Florida counties and 24 States and
TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last session.
'Gflaere;'What. hers'going.;:to.do :with School. Bird and entrance fees for the TUITION FREE Board and Entrance Fees.
REOPENS 8C101EI 7
'the. players, ,whose. places will be"takenBent' Who is your.painter and decoraW NOTICE OF ELECTIONTo I year $124.00. For catalogue write I $182.50 per year. Write today for catalogue
If EDWARD CONRADL President
satisfied
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< are the A. A. )
you keep one you A Boarding and Day School for Girli- MURPHREE President
yearby;; the men Gilmore:claims have: ; if;;.not,. phone W T. Entrican. the Sheriff of Orange County of the Regular and ''Special.ee.n e Primary.
:t Onhava wed up. ,secretly .for:' the ria.:. 686.. ;1-20-tf State of Florida: Intermediate and Academic Grades- 1
Be it Known That L H. CLAY CRAWFORD
'Fede;<<, .!t ...J'C Made-Art-Flotation-Phyikal Cnltare FOR RENT Fivft room house with FOR SALE
Secretary of State of the State of Domestic Sdence-Admirable Situation
,- They peM out:how 'terribly cruel; PRIVATE ,BOARD-The Longmere, Florida do hereby give notice that aGENERAL and S.rromulba.cJiaate HealtUal five acres of good truck and; fifteen Narsery stock, one, two, three and
.." '. ,. at Daytona'.Beach, can accommo ELECTION Careful Home Life-Capable Teaclen-
:; ,uofw irE ink d 'asd.traitoroQS.it 'will date .six. 'or seven. people. .at $6 per Will be. held in Orange County State of Low Rates. minutes walk from postoffice four year old buds; Foster Early,
be oi Gilmore' : week Two people $10 per week. Florida on Tuesday next succeeding the first Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash
.' to release the, .players '. Monday in Novmber. A. D. 1914. the said Rev. Roderick P. Cobb Bishop Mann
House sew and recently refurnished. Address Sumpter F. Davis, 209 Irvine ington N .
'wiser haiea't niece.goa i. Tuesday being the Rector. President ,!. Address-Hrs. M.Kahle;
Address.C. M.Longe, Daytona Beach, THIRD DAY OF NOVEMBERFor
street. Apopka Fla.
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8-25-6t Phone 2222.
:' Florida, for six
a yean from March 4, idla.
something:ask these,writcralFedB t'J For
zey Representative from the Fourth G'ngreuional -
.:West .,tH/ .' ..the,, first call MASTER'S SALE District of the State of Florida r* :111'1111 " '\" " \t
'<'-- .' '"' '' < .;. . .. '- the Sixty-fourth Congress of the United '" " "
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:They,; have remained .loyal to the Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure States.
'Feds." and ule'rendered For Commissioner of Agriculture .the
br the
q : Honorable State of Florida.
: There James W. Perkins Judge of the Seventh Judicial For Two Justices of the Supreme Court cf fiJ
mime nothing in jwr.j7JJ.
) Gil-
> wrong Circuit of. the State of Florida sitting the State .Florida. _
t auore's'. p1n, :release. the "players in Chancery for Orange County.'in a certain For .Two Railroad Commissioners of Ohe .
', '- ' cause pending mL said Court, wherein The State of Florida. V
.110., .vta't'Bii4, a-vw. They':'have State Bank of Orlando, a.corporation,, is For Two Members of the House of Representatives .
been,... ;'p8Mfo7Jtteif. .;:sevices. They complainant, and Willet Groover and, Irma of the State of Florida.
M. Grooverv.defendants -the undersigned, For Sheriff.
'kftew-whea: ..tiifrwert. to. the Feds' as',Special Kaster ia .Chancery will sell 'to .For County Assessor of Taxes. Were
heyWouW:. j have:;to'take' i_ chance the highest bidder for.cash, in front of the For Tax Collector. Tk..ey51be to
Court Rouse For County-TreasTirer.
door ia Orlando. Florida, during
t with: the' rwtAttdwhae", with,, the the legal hours of sale on For Five County Commissioners.For -
'Fed' t1iey..hayeJae" n' paid- :;'well forth -,' MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7.. 1914, of Public Three Instruction.For Members. of the County Board

:, ,*" service.., ;.Mo t :of -;them have decree the, mortgaged,to.wit;'>property" . referred to .in, said Justice of the Peace in and for the fcl-. -
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< lowing Justice Districts vis; :
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; ., ;: The'Dorllnrat' Quarter of" the southwest No. 14. d p'" :
Jfoarter section tea (lo),'township twentj-:- No..1l .. .'it.J.Jw. -'c Married Soon
f ::c1iquer alt(one.:yar .than.t ey:would ty (22)t south of twent7.nine9reaat I No. & ** ; **- :
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}; ,bare drawn]: Orgaiu ed.Baseball.intaro .. .less one acre square. in the northwest corner No. !2. .
** ; : .- thereof situate lying and being in the County For Constable In and for the following. Justice
: r:1three; ; '
:tt: : --;years ol.Orange and State of Florida. Terns cash. Districts. via:'

1; ;' : ;"' ' :, . Purchaser to pay'for titles.FRANK.A. SMITH No.No.. a.No. 2.. ; Came to us to see what it would cost them,to furnish a modern home of

,igAlNif'JNtUA IF'INCOME. Special Master ia Chancery.. 10. vNo. "
-'i&T ;- '- ',Hassey A Warlow. 14. four'or five rooms. They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable*

'5 ', . Solicitors ,for ComplainantThe No.No.. 20.15. ""jr- the amount which'they ,had available for the furnishing of their

LI ...1" ,j, :-3: .: .> saleis, continued from. September '1.Itt. No. 2%.. yet money .
r aW4ishisgtrt;> Seft F' 9.=P K Went .. to October ii. 1911. In Testimony Whereof. I hive here into home made expensive peices prohibitive.

:Wii eea oppoeee an'iacwse; 'in.the. in- BILL TO REMOTE CLOUIbIn set State my of hand Florida and affixed Tallahassee the Great, the Seal Capital of the, They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.We .
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:core tar a* peek of Ae'program for this the. ,twenty-fourth, day of August A.' DUlL offered .a few suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were

7)I', ',,, . -1. ;revue >for. .the : Orange Circuit County.Court. ,Seventh In Chancery...Judicial 'Circuit'
.' t.' J' H.:Quad: To J. F.. Gordon Sheriff .Orange County. thought.they-should want; !
TS.-- Bill to Remove Good
Ue Fier"3U 8-29-td.: .
L Chair- An tmbonp tJes.; After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doing
'p $ mme a'at the senate 'fiaanceFiti cWmleg Intereta

re4l e.sad sfemsi> erald, under....Brittoa. ,- Dixon .TakeiOff,Freckle the best possible with their appropriation' they came back ar.d placed their or- \
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>!etttM,.,houeee 1.j' tiel commit- To an parties claiming interests under Brit- der.witb.ns.

-{ "., :t ':ceaferwd with.the pre iGel it .to.SieS ;ton'smarter'Dixon.,of :Section deceased 82 in in the Township Southeast 22. Removes Tan This is typical: example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are

and 'toW'.that" 'his ' ; South Range J2 .East in, orange' County,. .
ww. iD opkkmM PIorillL' leauHfyyouicompledon. Get .

weed acooe tax _Bld, ,aotbe, You. are';,bereb,' ordered to, ippearto'thebill rid of those freckles. You can pleasing.We an extensive stock ol serviceable, attractive homefurnishingS"
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- carry
filed in this CAN on December 7. 1914. SOc'in a jar ,of WIL.SON'S ,
-, :pettable teeomergeacy;because. noietmie"Wonhl.be "- at.the Court House la Orlando-Florida. 'FRECKLE CREAM grading;from the. ]lowest priced which.are good, to the very best. Your appropriation -
: reahaedwitil It 'Is :further ordered ,that this order be -
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; :next
and disappear. Severe t'IaftIt
year : pub&bed'onee aweek,for twelve successive cueS they'll .for furnishing, your home may be anything from $175'tOIccoor more
to congress on weeks rior.to said December.,1914, in tko may.require two jaino t
.the; Staf, preeicetat Basked'that Soatn' Florida, Sentinel,' a newspaper',published more. We positively gnar ',you can.make the most.of it with us.Fnitne .
is Onus County aforesaid.:.. . j aatee this,,and if your eoa. jJ
= L ee eea ef:MeHii', MMCtcd,.,1deh i' Witness>ay hand and the seal of the said flexion isn't fully redorcdto, ,

)1r t :lpoad dy. ;. A Circuit,.;a .W14.Court, this*. 4th". .,day-.of September." '. its natural beauty .we.agree to 'refund'your
; B. M.' ROBINSON.Clerk'cIreuII money;without in ."
CREAAMM floe
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rz .. ;JiAN1wi61AFNiNsoUTM.CAR.; : Court::.Orange County Florida.Pnhthetre& WILSON'S toilet cream.FRECKLE' Doesn't cause is hair a to pov.fragrant "Kincaid. L :

:. > ; FRECKLES. positively. 'remoreMTAN and Snowden
: \ ;,,\ i HewlV Mve Qriaiae. To. CIII", Try it at oar risk. Price S6e-
!'' i t sent by mail if desired.' Mammoth jars ilM, ;
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mask naae given to aa WILStMTS FAIR SON SOAP 2& '.
'Geltmbii: L ,, Sept:i=; M n. tapR edQ iBioelti.aTa tekssSynip.pleas.aalte I.Freeze Crtam. Co.,>Qat..... &;;C, ,
: take UMi does act disturb tile.cIa.. For sak by '. .. < :" -
: l bH g-Of'U the balloting: : iWM.. it aad aever know it k (Ns ae. ;
yesterday -
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,' XN.McEIJKYDoa .f .Otfaeter at Prices
ia\tlM : .- ...,.wi ...aetae aw riatiar ia the" .,* >
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yeitdi a.pmtkaltentM ittktsat.iat ter "O list for atg M. ,.t meet. to tafce & tot* #. ttwaat .
.suer:AIt fog aeititalrl.rl ...... ne -- r' Matt and Pio 'Sts Orlando
__ ly wiry g1 early to- ... pq.s iaWdt..IS We,: ids., w J ; f . Co. ? Florida _

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N e1, .c. 'a. .a. ''''L. n'N" D '' $ .MODEL TOURING CAR, $1285.00, DELIVERED,

,w : ,:. ,. Stylish! comfortable, pleasure car, seating..1ive passengers
; .. :_'.' .' .., .' ':' with room to spare. The graceful, low NEW OAK-
" RDY
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: ; :, ,. . ; .:\: l'Y: 1"t_-- #\ ; LAND"stream line body, ''the German silver V shaped

., _w' ;bddi; ;+ : .,,, radiator i the heavy crown fenders and the broad running -
J : i TN{ .ifcTMHpSfof; : ; % .fx# ke .i"NEW OAKLAND, a
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: :y ... " ",. boards, give it beauty and style unsurpased even in
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} .- 1't., = arc:fcairaaceol atleAefs' '; ,{ "
; W '. ,the !highest priced cars The "NEW OAKLAND, Model
,- 'f *\' "" 3f"L, .., ... ',; "J: 37, IS a unity of beauty,power, economy and servicea -

hk' rr.BaYyxr .ikte 'PoWer'._ ,X Greater, ',Ecoaomy '.A! Utmost Comfort '- 1 car you will be proud to drive alongside of the best of
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1 ,"'j, : :: : -". liI them and enjoy the comparison.

I f,,;4 .{, .. (1 O The four cylinder, silent Oaldand-Northway motor

l J. ;(.tl'f'; ... ,provides more power than you will ever need; marked
r t't; 1: t.. <':, 'r: -' ' economy in fuel consumption has been accomplished by

';r"-: '.{; ,"... reducing thee:weight of the car and equipping it with the Oakland-Stewart vacuum gaso

'.Q lene feed,.doing away with the. pressure system.

;; ,4.,' r' .. 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,
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1 Oakland One-man top, absolutely true to name, Heavy Crown Fenders, extra large
r valves! Tungsten steel, divided' Windshield Speedometer,'Electric Horn, operated from
; center of ;steering wheel, Headlights with dimmer, Shroud light, Tail light, Tools,
_t License Tag Brackets, in fact, every modern improvement and convenience for the com
fort and safety of the driver and passengers.

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

;i #' ,SfyOa 4ac47ifrodol.V: $1775.
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R7rlui'... .J. B. MAGRUDER, Distributers, Oakland Garage

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J t. -r '- MFku Sent. el. want advertisers. ments'if wanting to buy, sell"- or rent .. .
itac ,:; ,, Sept.; 9<--ReT.WilBiiM "

lifted M* former..pariah
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:at' FrortofeoT .-lag week- '. and- was I REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
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-,- -f """'* ,Wi EetybdyEatsFloridaGtnisFniitSj( ,
.jjgfclaMiBg aJWBg the. grows and _.
*tiw j"Of tW, ,section aad 'around . .
the Demand will Exceed the -
'O' Supply :
, }_ _ .:, .,. COOK WITH GAS
w.itir Park: ;:IMS a anall' wteny ', .
: ,:Citrus fruits arc becoming necessities instead of luxuries. The
',...iM.: -the, Be h, .:'MMSFf- ;people of, the',United States are learning''their many merits
;]l.rA/Wu('M., H Bkel, C .,Fred Where t r
;anc uses. formerly they were regarded'solely as
,Wiry:F; W.;.Sb pard,;Mr.:Kewel, J. breakfast-fruits,now they are eaten at'otHer meals and used I
'w. :.B.'adII Iia raitktaeit famfliee, andIftawt. 1.Convenience 6. Speed
J. :freely in cookery and confections. All this means.a. great
Schultz
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.DaleAr: tlru ,
' JUa .Itene, aid others. 7.
,' Efficiency
-]fir,-Byw 4 Ward! baa gone north .world.The,production of her superior oranges and grapefruit 2. Comfort- ,

for i-m 'almost'said"vacation, butwtl cahardly.keep pace with the inevitable increasein I. 8. Safety
: demand due to the above causes. 3. Cleanliness '
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. t\nre-:she" wwld:object to
beinrcalW:Wswk' '.title, but kCkCyCNursCriest Catalog- 9. Perfect Regulationof '
omeTooe alt M thai h4 is afraid.tojo 4. Simplicity *

.' ..: 'aloe i4fDw.:; 'bare. company_ k A Cftras Handbook Heat . .
on: 'the :.retanu. . ;!Nd, =said., for.: the 5.
'present- :, ' *<' '' "; All the problems that arise in,the culture of oranges Accessibility 10. Economy '

Miwea."'Horwee-B, ti Y afid"Maud ,.and grapefruit.are fully-covered in this book. It tells
Enlow' are' att.*ag.,:the 'teachers'esreuibaidisimta how.to select a location for the grove and describes
:seat this :the operations} necessary to bring.trees into profitT'ableojjearing. -
.."owmy. -" . ,
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*. ,/experience-: there are no..theories in,the advice :
its ,
Mm:;; .T.-:'D who was thrown r
f given.. No: matter what citrus.fruits 'are COMFORT
lrentherpateea' bfl :wkea',Mr..,:Freeman you .>
gy. intend this book will be of
: growing: .or. to plant,
; OitiW.with '
$ .aeto ,it,' isfive
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service to.you. It has been written to help alike
gaining. .verya slowly. ,' : havkg. .'.had' the man'with the grove and the man who expects V Cleanliness, is one of the greatest items in,favor of the Gas Range.
'rilxi f ted, :M erctmgito; report '
: raep : :e to have one '"Every person interested in ;" The .ALL GAS KITCHEN is always clean and is easily kept clean
,of W"pkyrieiaa.. ,. very ,
", "; the citrus industry of Florida is welcome to acopy
:Prof,:aad: Mrs. "H. s: Pope'are at of this book printed at great expense. because there are no kindlings or dirty fuel-to litter up the floor and no
the :B wh ;fovea J'cMtiiBi'aBcLvaea.. - Write today forgone-edition is limited. .
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**ff s: 's : ,: ashes or waste to be carried out every day. Because there is no smoke
'" BUCEEYENURSERIES .
Afl tbo'esH4thit.of": ;the ; ;' or soot to mess things and make the kitchen look like boiler
,Hat oMl.W-c.U,' a special meet. MM ..,'cl'fiziJiI.UHS'-- BUILDING up a room

iDr'wMJMw--t:, ".I' :tie Hooker.' , .MemorialSunday .TAKPAFLORIDABuck <'oq,, , '" Make,.. .your kitchen clean and sanitary.
',siitoo>y:Mkal in,ev- W' : ::;-
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WI':.other'wgwiitatiea: :iii'-this country --' ;::''COOK WITH GAS AND BE COMFORTABLE. )

;,'tovttaH in;,one;.tJ',petition Trees Bear ./{;".' .
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thajt e Lord :old :speedily bring Y 1
peac "t>at;of the terrible,conflict nowragingm
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the OW,:World,' '
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, >"j 1.-Blackman are .., ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

, 1, ae :_.......:waentaoa'mtkee tlHiMIIMMtMtMillllMMIIItlMMMtMIMilUMSPRAY.

; .., ;iN.u '.',Y"J'J-. krge'North:'increaser ,and ;. NI W',FOR dYE FLY aid SCALESCIINARR'S GAS DEPARTMENT '

: # tbetbody,7 ,' Ji. tiie. .eoll. ge. if INSECTICIDE SPRAY -
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Mr.'I..W. rte, who has been inrtifrato : lillillllilll
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tmwtu' "' m"Rollins" sends' i

city,+,eoo ;wofd of', "lea success. Kills every White Fly Larvae> Scale, Rust Mite
*ad;H.Js'.kofnd:thatt: e:increase.in .and,Red Spider that h hit.. Removes sooty mold FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES

_die. (atterdeeeaayeven iwW>'Boffins; Here's'and be.wee. and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September - AND DO ALL KINDS OF

j -( ,workingj);"'that, Rollins :'and,October 'are two of the. best months for OTICAL REPAIRING $8 narleston and Return $8 T

may:.hY, '.sore. .,real college,students spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents i in-
tkaa-. ". >'bor .k'=ls/claetery; ,;andht I secfcs< from'sapping trees all.winter, and brings them ..
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:P s diat1Blaekmaa misee.t' but, in.a good, healthy condition in the spring thus VIA"Clyde

. ',.. (Jaii fiiidWfc, > insuring.a"g'o9dt' healthy. growth and bloom.J.CINAII&CO.OIIaIdIFIOrI4I.. .
..:'J.,'W.;.'Sigler:was cheeked out '
:j ors *p ut,at;,the:A..C. : :h depot' the i! Line"First

W: lUe:.week:::and.Mr.: -Orrell, of DR. .L H. RAMSDEU

-, 1 inlaadkaa' _urge-Of the..work- nn ', .Sctearr's Insecticide .will. let, ifljare(the White Fly OPTOMETRIST
tit thi vim rageet is.appeinted"and inptalladSto I 'Fu I (Seeeeeaor to Dr.' Class Meals and Berth Included
. gi.. 9-9 J) ..end. W 2-M I 0. P. Lima) ,
' will be in We'of'aw', '
. r#- -' -- .-., T ORLANDO ,. FLORIDA
,'" ecaapdi' B4"t'plais. MilllMIIJIIMIIIIHHIIIimilMIIIIMIMIIIimiltTHE ,
'-The:colowd.p poktion:,turned:oat '
This special rate good on any of the Company'ssteamers
fekrg ai ef8:Wedaeflday to clean ,
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op thefaT cis cry;and'like'' : : August 22nd to October 17th .,
q. more, .. FOR SALEBARGAIN m =s
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: .# inclusive.
presentable. .k . . : 8i -
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We::arerafl aaaoady waiting' for ,! JF"IIJt ---AT A-

tbs'zLeon to' appoint f"a: 'ckr::when. Return Limit 10 Days ,
very;one 'eiatuni' out too Ik e a -

leeatagup'of,the streets, al- ,.
fflaend c ;
hye.andparke? ,ef}the::town. (was MARKETOf Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every-

the 4 :VtNict'I&Mt. :- -"aceUent- '-. : . 'S' : -' i Three ten acre tracts on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 2 p. m..

,',work. :. HMi,'tifcB:tfMB. ,1i, N, .1Hr
lofmt,- imtj'tfce' 'streets- ',Cleanliness, Of Quality'FUSB Orlando and Kissfmmee"road,

,' cleaned naae: pwks.a iie.ante. attractive only two and one half miles For reservations and further particulars apply to ,
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"'and,mfitafc'ai-eery oneseeniedeajaY : AND SALT MEATS from the office, Orlando.
post
': i-':.ifM-: lij .1 ':" ,d j ., H.G. WENZEL Fla. Pass- Agent
';"fashioned',picnkr:.
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sheds at_ +the Y depot,,wliooea ftkAwdi 1.,&:mte.tW..Wat aMltgy .fodMtM.aw r price will. (double when,the 122 W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
at tt noon hoar;' 'Na--tM, ky:'aad fnm' liw brick read, is, laid. Other
let ne ah: .,..>'-i '"; :" .rytis :iKrecrua.d 7 the aid kept frtsfc

:" MrJ: .".Wefwd: : boa:--i ae...:. .. "I small tracts for grove pur- -

iato the cottage:>"list"
!_, ,/! I' ., tfeHMtLkM.TKe OSTEOPATHY
-- -" 1.; , I '- ", I desirable groves and. city metropolitan morning paper between
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," f// .1 ----' ...,' ; mand attention.. to'your friends by mail in:Florida DR. L C .HOWELL
? '- I'wM'lwiit aM-...' # > y 3 and HOSTS.,.1012,3-5, and by appointment
k tsrx .,. j R'\M. Self Co. elsewhere
'Po: : No: extra charge for house
Atlia treatment.Telephone
': eWee'of;Oft(' 11 tilt .,\ '.., COoper .
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: ; I To read and'ue Sent&el "want ads" connections
,- 1.,1"a : NE \ Swfti 'Are,'Gees Flier
P STREET. ,111, feMfe :
me& pow aM I wmtt "- '. ... Ton get.foil value for your money.: dice eer. Orange sad Central Ares
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lad JOs.0dIII. :.. ., , ., lqo.;" 80) '.. -' $ Cost only. a penny. ,a word each inser '
-. '. jf .. Get the news a the Sind'diet.. #iIs4e. ... Get the' news in the,Sentinel fir<<. .
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'x ;DONpvpixioKj' ':CHECKS ,:_" c' *. *" a
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l ; .l"_ This is'the Fall to, start,a. checking ac-: I :Petrograd, Russia, Sept 10.--The ;

z ,. ;; .count-to get :in the habit of:paying inthe tt )!following.;references to the Russiantcampaiga ] : r
. ):; ': in Galicia were made pub.. A Constant Battle ;fft1 IF
I l 'way" that,. brings.. ;back a"receipt" every lie ;
,; . [ today'through official. channels..
f.\\: tom', ; .
f.I "'P1e' continued offensive _movement '" .
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; : ;It is good tein fia: toi get;receipts, :and ,of;; the Russian troops. makes it impossible : .' i. Against Waste Thra Personal

\; : .checks.are good'receipts\for they. satisfy i to establish definitely the = : J and Home Expenses

T i, J "the Courts. Don't' overlook i quantity trophies taken from the ..
.: : -So we say. :, ( .
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t.. 'them: .This. ,is, the. Fall to .start1 \
.r. ; .'. ;. '- your I. "The Russian, army, having occupied the
]!I! Anjicconntin Peoples National
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.rf ,trains at Nicolaieff, south,of-Lemberg I -i---- Bank will prove to be .
; II .bank to.:.bank with. '
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r in Gallia, after incessant fighting,
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"" which lasted two days, undertook immediately I
A Fortress
l :.' : after. allowing the of Strength ;
: ; men I o'
f ; i'TbSt: :;Bnk ': Orlando. I only two hours of rest, a night march I t. 'C C" ::
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: : for the purpose'of attacking ,new I in time of your need, and establishes i

.;dt ; positions occupied by the enemy.- i .- your standing in the community .
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: : :' they fall into,Russian hands,are sent '.- '- : .;'- .....
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battle front. These prisoners are not
I even enumerated."A .
c" '.. -.;: -, Russian, battery placed in the .Y y41
Vistula river engaged with success'an

:II)t,:; iALLBALL: RESULTS. GREAT'NUMBERS OF GERMAN Austrian steamboat armed with rapid ..' ". , ...... ,. __. ... -, ., .
SAILORS REACH BRUSSELS fire guns. ., ... " .P'. ." '" .. ..... ...q.... .. '.". ....". ';' ..'.. .. ... ,
"J ':AaerHa- Jape' '-London, England, Sept., 10 -A dis- "A Cossack, regiment brought in : .

y y 1 W.....W-." 4,'New'- York" .6.', ,. patch to. 'the' Exebange-Telegraph from Frainpol seventeen officers and : <
t .. .t"i ia 8,'Boston':1.St . ,. company .from Ghent says. I 440 Austrian, soldiers,.who had been :n .D..i ]. .
,. :-Low. ., .6!'.CIeveJaad. 5.Pittsbwgh . "It is estimated'-that, from '30,000 .taken prisoners. ." .

.... ;I atretiil LeIPe'' 40,000 'Germans sailors have ar I "The regimental strong box, ccn- .
':4, .Chicago 1. lto .during the. past two)days: at\taining $29,600, belonging to the .. "
Y'... 8-7; PMladelffek.0-2. eel&:; This indicates that the Seventeenth landwehr, was captured a
? INw::.Yark'6-t,-. Wyn 1-2. German. reserve' is completely mobi- i "Twelve miles southeast of Zamosc . mmmmtm* i ,?.rSii hiiJ
'Ciac' ati'2,:St, Lows '3., lized." (atown in Russian Poland, .forty-five

P *. FefcralLeagae I mites-southe st"of Lublin), a Russian NOORDAM, WITH GERMAN RE LAST OF LINCOLN ASSASSINA- long before!"

a .-Kttalwrghi87KaMg.City. 9.'. FRENCH DENY'' CHARGE. OF USING infantry 'regiment took. prisoner 700 SERYISTS, IS TAKEN BY TION DEAD She was releasedafter ten days in

\. .Brooklyn.0,;kI"L. . DUMDUMS 1 Austrian soldiers and their officers. BRITISH prison. ., .
& s., Beffalo :10;:Chicago 8. 'Bordeaux, 'France;. Sept.. 10.-The I important Austrian reserves have Washington, D. C., Sept. 10.-Mrs
"' .,, ': B Hiaftore"6-6,,Indiaoapolis '12-3.' French foreign ice today issued a been sent into the region between Amanda Weeks, last survivor of TURK TO SIT OX ALBANIAN
., iv "" Queenstown, England, Sept. 10.-
P. l2 fie, SrN wCiA I .' note protesting'strongly'against statements .I Rawa Ruska (thirty-two miles northwest !those arrested at the time of the assassination THRONE
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;< t '{-' i' -____;3,:Meaphis ;1. '> by the German government of Lemberg) and the Dniester Armed British soldiers are keeping of President. Lincoln and -

:7, y. "fN: w,Ori ftiy5 84, Atlanta 1-13 accusing,'the.allies causing: 'dumdum I river... guard over the German reservists on charged.'with having been implicatedin Rome, Italy, Sept. 9.-Via Paris,
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,'J. ,_-j..MteB. .y.,:2-0," Nashville_ O.7. charges"-- the note; 'says-. ,. "are but a. soldiers have dispatched wound- steamer Noordam, here. The Noor- at the age"of eighty-nine. She was Eddin Effendi, the fourth and favoriteson
'c1iogT 2,:.Mobile :1.r pretext to justify the.use of dumdum Russian dragoons in the region ofjVeiugue. dam was picked up by a cruiser whileon at the home of Mrs. Surratt at the of, Abdul Hamid, Turkey deposed
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balms'by (German troops as.well' ." her way from New York. to Rot time of the murder and 'was, said to sultan, is to be proclaimed .

_' < .ict TIE:WEATHER- ai' to,cause a ;reaction: of 'American t. terdam and brought into this port have remarked when she' heard the prince of Albania under a sovereignty
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,;..'. l'.r ;FloridaFair. Friday,-and. :Saturday .opinion'' in favor' "of. the German* It doesn't take much.of a leader to yesterday. The reservists will betaken news : of Turkey, according to the Giornale
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;'t "f ;_* ''- >,........-._ -'-portrlln.- army.". lead a man into temptation. ,to detention camps. "Lincoln should have been shot I D' Italia. !\
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