Title: The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: September 15, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00434
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
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French and:Brituh ',Hold Roads' in Rear Augusta, Maine, Sept. 14.- the four: congressional candi- ,
: (SpeciaL-Incomplete returns dates will be very close.
-1-+...-.' ' of" ;Retreating- Germans- IN RETREAT T tonight of today's election show IN GERMANY

n Curtis, Democrat, leading for Arkansas As Usual Democratic

,'(" t,' governor: over Haines, Republican Little ROCK, Ark., Sept. 14.- ,

: ; "'FMM'BMfcMx Declares Amy,of Crown Prince Is Mak ALLIES. HAVE WRESTED A by a small majority. Gard- i (Special.)-The entire Demo- SAYS SISTER OF THE AMERICAN -
J 'tog Laet. Staid e f.German Fortes-,Serious Sit tio.iB GREAT VICTORY FROM ner, Progressive, is a poor third cratic state and districts tickets r CONSUL AT
L ; INVADERS It. is believed the race between were elected in today's election. FRANKFORTlETIffi
T,Y'--7 B riU De ies Serioas,Reverses, Claim. '
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::-, 11 " ,tog Peatiofli'Favorable' to Germans KAI fR'S MEN omit BIRMINGHAM HAS WON MAIN GERMAN[ ARMY'STILLINTACT [ CAME[ T INROUGN H HijllANO

Paris sept.J4:-(SpeeiaL)'-Thearmyof, Crown Prince Frederick .- i

} ,_ ,o.t Wflliam' forming." ;the German left,'pivotal position of the German Heavy Rains of Saturday Re- THE PENNANT In Which Lady Tells How Well
tarding Retreat and No Reinforcements I I' Treated Are All Foreigners
battleJront'has'joined; in the general retreat of the invaders Can Cometo by the German

'" f..,Moieoverthe tartly recession of the crown prince from his position Aid HAS LEAD THAT CAN'T BE WHILE ALLIES HAVE WON I I MilitaryWe

: :jbetween,Verdun,and,Toul, where,he,was,attacking the line of OVERCOME IN SOUTH- I FIRST BIG BATTLE, BIGI f I

!OUth fortifications: the:former, city will probably result indisaster. Paris, Sept. 14. It was officially ERN LEAGUE GER ONE TO COME !" are inclined to believe what we

:There ia ,a"grave probability! they are cut off at Ar- announced this afternoon that the I I wish to believe, even though our
Germans still are retiring every- Barons Will Train in Orlando Germans Have Big Task Before judgment tells us better, and the
gonuee and south of Verdun while the main body of the army of
: -. where. They are abandoning all the and Fans Will Rejoice to Them in Retreating With persistent reports of German cruelty
'.the{crown prince is forced to:retire northward, behind Belleneve ,positions which they erected to covera Know They Are Sure Their 1,500,000Men t and barbarity have obtained wide be-

'forests. 'and beyond Thiau. Court.' The possible official,retreat.statement follows: Rag Winners .lief, because sentiment is largely

st' headquarters the'commander have been removed 'from\ "First on our left wing the enemy I 1 against Germany in the war. Ger-

d Montfaucon.' ., This indicates that the right wing had prepared to the north of Aisne Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 14.-Birmingham London, Sept. 14.While the first many is a highly civilized country and
.>>" between Compeigne and Soissons, a has laid claim to the Southern stage of the great battle of the probably the whole truth will not be
of this .has been forced the Aire river by the advanceof
'j' army" U' across' , i' line of defensewhich it was forced to League pennant by reason of the fact Marne, perhaps correctly describedas known as to events in Belgium until
;fee atiiee.: :Moutf aiicon is ,northeast' of Argonne on the river abandon. Some detachments whichit that they have now a lead of five "the battle of the ages," appearsto ,the history of the war is written, but
ir f&' had held at Amiens now have re- games over their nearest contenderfor have been won by the French and :all reports from Americans in Ger-

; tired upon Perrone and St. Quentin. the honor, and only four more British, military experts pointed out many are to the effect that foreignersare
Freachkft, ;.is, Working;'around,east ward of this position, 'Second,.on the center also the Ger- games are to be played. The loss of I today that the main German army is well treated.
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;..(4 indicated"j- -:by the enforced:German retirement further toward mans had taken up a defensive posi- every one of these would not cause still intact and the supreme clash j'' Yesterday Mr. L. P. Huttone, the
tion behind Reims but ,were unable to them to lose their first place. still to come. ''+well known architect, received a letter -
;the froato:asd it has been reported from the front that of I
many hold it. In the Argonne region they Unlike the season of 1913, there The present week may see even from a friend in Frankfort-the
,tile rondo leadeag.toward Luxemburg are being held by the French turned back toward the north beyondthe has been' no spectacular finish, Bir- more desperate encounters than any ,sister of the American consul there.
,'a d '. .- '- forest of Belnoue and beyond mingham having assumed the lead which have taken place. Metz, the: In this letter the lady speaks highly
Triaucourt. weeks ago, and shown consistent form capital of Lorraine, and the chain of: of the way in which foreigners are
; ,Jt ;?AjitfcSr;&smt,'tfial'may;.operate to effect the ,capture of the "On the right wing.the retreating throughout the final stages. Duringthe forts thence to Diedenhofen on the treated, every courtesy being shown a'

'" : rmce'f:a my M i the; general destruction of bridges along movement the Germans is general week just closed, the team won Moselle, seventeen miles north of by the Germans to even the French,
d from Nancy to the Vosges. Yester- six of its seven games.A Metz, form a strong pivot for the English and Russians.The .

,, ''- ., *. et --e,-b)-',th@ Slei1: Ch." ,- .- day evening French territory in this three cornered fight between German left, while the river sources letter was written on August
;', The retiring':Germans have.-evacuated. Britigny.- but still hold vicinity had been completely evacu- New Orleans, Mobile and Atlanta has and the dense forests on the frontier 20th and was sent through Hollandby

,: Laii'ott. ated." .developed for second place. All of together with the strategic roads, an American coming home who
J' The exact whereabouts of the Ger- these clubs are expected to finish in give the German army of invasion, mailed it in Rochester, N. Y. The

:' j.r 1 ..-"withdrawal r ,-of.,.German, forces' was general s 1 throughout ,the mans is not revealed but it is evident the first division, with Nashville, now in retreat, a splendid opportu- lady mentioned the fact that'she had

:dayfrpiiiNay| ; 'fc. :':V osges.. This region. is ''reported, completely that ,they do, not intend to make a Chattanooga and Memphis in the sec- nity for defensive action should the written several letters, but.only this
r stand on the line from Rheims to ond division, probably in the order French pursuit extend this far. one has reached Mr. Hutton.
-, f "l't'f : Soissons and it is hardly likely it is named.VICTORY'. All kinds of perplexing possibilitiesare She writes that they have not re-
\ :\.The" *n, ;iiaportABt development of-the.day. was.- the FtlonJoOMasfy -' thought here that they will halt their foreseen by the military observers ceived a letter or a paper from the
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', :, : x ,the. French. 3 after,they had forced the Germans retreat before reaching Belgium. DECLARED[ in the event of the Germans re- United States since July 22nd, and
.' They have already made twothirdsof T ALLIES gaining the positions they held before very few cables, about two from Sec-
=: to,abandon tibecity.: ;, The'Germans were forced retreat north. the rush of
the, distance from Provins, in the they started 1,500,000men retary of State Bryan. Of all the

.Tice retreat:of'the invaders_assumed greater proportions today.ThezGersawn&areinvperate department of Seine-et-Marne, to the BmlUANT ONE on Paris, particularly should Americans who cabled from Frank-
frontier. The,heavy rains of. Satur- they succeed in taking back any large fort for money on which to come
; ..straights; ,,having, been dislodgedafidbeing of their forces. received and
day and Sunday are not likely to facilitate proportion home only two replies,

'."" froi4 a1..io -. "" ; forced, to'retire with great rapidity the movement of their famous FRENCH GOVERNMENT SO that they are completely shut ofl|
:and.cd'a yeibere 420-milimeter mortars, each of which ANTI-ITALIAN DEMONSTRATIONS from the world.
.-- requires forty horses to draw it. The correspondent says the Ger-
.Onjthe ,gwa battle front, on which ,approximately 2,000,000 WASHINGTON"The
r.' The armies of Generals von Hausen man papers print little of importanceand
'.r )metfhad taCeBgaged: ,for;eight'toys,)he fighting today was no- and the Prince of Wurteniburg, which Ancona, via Paris, Sept. 14.-Passengers even the Germans do not know

J f: wh $ s ftt'.: constituted the center, seem to be Enemy Is in Full Retreat aboard the steamer Gallipoli, what is happening. They don't know
,r" > *' headed toward Rethel and Mezieres, and Is Abandoning Prisoners which arrived today from Dalmatia, where their brothers, fathers, hus-
,its offici lyreported now.that a German army has started to though part of this force is reportedas i say anti-Italian demonstrations are bands and sons are fighting. All the

t the,;re1ief\fth\ :invaders. This army consists of 160,000 men, I still resisting at the south end of Wonuded, Guns of almost daily occurrence at Sen- mail from soldiers in the armies is
; the forest of the Argonne.It and .Ammunition"Washington benico and Spalato because Italy did opened and all places scratched out
.and|.aw appeared l toBelgium in the vicinity of Renaix, which indicafesrthatjts was reported last night hat the not join,the triple alliance in the'war by the censors and the letters bearno
; : .program is to, strengthen the. German left army armies of the crown prince, the Princeof Sept 14.-Official dispatches against the triple entente. postmark.
*, imd 'the Bavaria and General von Heerin- today to the French embassy "Every man is willing to fight until
& :crown::prince'and prevent the cutting of the lines of
"" gen, had been forced across the fron- from Bordeaux elaborate upon pre- GERMAN PRISONERS HUNGRY death and there is an air of earnest-
<1 'communication_ in',his. 'rear.Th tier, clearing the entire territory of vious reports of the victorious advance AND EXHAUSTEDParis I ness on every face," the writer says.

j; ; r.;;;amy of General Ton Kluck' is disastrously defeated and French Lorraine. This disposition of I of the allies. "The best behavior is seen on the
; the German armies, if confirmed,I "General Joffre.tells the govern- Sept. 14A convoy of 700 streets and in the cafes, and I am
i ;;has been forced'back until.the lost ground now covers nearly sev- makes another concentration' in ment that our victory is becomingmore prisoners and 164 wounded, all from I afraid the papers in America will not

'J' cnty|miles.: This.army'has ,marched;500. miles, during the_past France, as suggested by certain crit-' and more complete and bril- the imperial guard of Germany, know that foreigners-French, Eng-

: aontii'most>of-.the distance under fire,- and'aImos completely ics, impossible., It leaves Generalsvon ilant," says the report. "The enemyis passed through Carbiel, eighteen lish and Russian included-have been,
Kluck'and von Buelow hotly pur- in full retreat and is abandoning miles southeast of Paris, Sunday. All looked after by the military and no

.: sued by the allies, menaced by,an en- prisoners, wounded and guns and am- were completely exhausted and near- one has been allowed to mistreat
veloping movement on the left and munition. ly famished. them or overcharge them."
t BERLIN::DECLARES:REPORTS OF DISASTER: TO GERMAN without hope of reinforcements, ex- "After an heroic effort during the Y
"" cept perhaps from the 60,000 troops formidable battle that lasted from ;
it- ARMS UNTRUE which, occupy Belgium. The latest the.5th to the 11th the army is pursuing NEW: HEALTH E:BOARD HELD FIRST 1

London.,,.Sept ,14.-:((Special..)-The Marconi ,company .received news from Antwerp" however, .shows the enemy' in a way unpan&
., :the following frora'Berlin'tonigHt"It'is officially announced,that that the ,full force of troops in that leled by its extension and its inten- MEET AT' CITY I iALL LAST NIGHTall
vicinity is likely to be kept busy
for, strategic:reasbns'.it is impossible,ta make public the details standing off the offensive movement sity."On our'left we have', crossed toe The newly created 'tity board of ordinances relative to the milk
+ meet- supply of the city was left to Dr. Mc-
r health held important
'' a very
x $. operations)inthe'western.'theater of :war'which resulted. in a I taken Taken by altogether King Albert's the army.situation hereis river ciennes Aisne'and ,below Amiens Soissons., ,have been,Yew.', va- ing at the city hall last, night, at Elroy; Dr. Edwards will look up' the

'# 'newlbattle wherein the German: position,'is favorable.' The en- viewed with equanimity and the cated. At ;the,.center:,our "May isnorth which' the :work,that. will be under- school inspection laws; Commissioner

# r :emy'a rpts c 9f advantage ,against ,German; arms,'is untrue, government .is busying ,itself .withways of the_river ire aad Ae Argonne taken by.the new body wagenerallydiseasandthe work Robertson books relative will to see sanitary what matters is on the in

; ; :The_;sortie.,attempted from Antwerp by, three Belgian detachmentsihae.bee and means for reviving com: ., The'eaeay,kft.K tig&yr. :bat 'preliminary
:( ,,.< : merce.. still hold"t e'I.-.Dt: :.;" -- divided up, .among. the members so general; and City Physician Pfllana
.;' ._ n 'p ulseeih" n'J 'In'the'art we'Irk cuapied Saint that action may,be: had at 'the 'earhest'pesele will find'out what the laws have to
,. ,i. ,, .' moment say in regulation,of fruit stands, cold
JAP ADMIRAL WENT WRONG.; Die; Raott, Lata vBacimt; Lwe-
I CI OPRINCE'S,'ARMY MAKING. LAST STAND GETS 30 .MONTHS, : vBle.and I., n ... ", I AB mwabers were present except drink stands and restaurants.
feMiper W,,;Ji. ;ReynoldsWho ..isoat I After all these ordinances are
:Borden SpeciaL Bulletin Ia Gdiefc .. teOte tefntos ...
;sFrmce, Sept .4 -( ) The last : ,
standof tw Germans J being Prince Tokio, Japan, Sept;.1L-Vice:Ad. ; .ya .. km M> a... of tke dty' ,'_avid,the>board Will'get gotten together and gone over the
s ' ':is made by Crown Frederick_ miral ,Koichi.Fujii, accused"'of' brik I m l .f.IJmt., right AWE,to, basmeee' holding their council will probably be asked to repeal
'wm s. ;eouth'of..the forestof: Argonne. ery in,(connection with.the'naval'eirruption ; Beat ntfftmg on",the 28th, when,
4 yTZ .. ', case': of.,last :year;: W' bpiB :'"' t 11 He* will be"taken.;>toward get those In force in Ocala, which is reputed ,
US OP'.WOUNDED ARRIVE}DAILY AT VIENNA seaennced to,imgriset fr a _, :l : r tfef the fNfet+ wee!.before. 'the to have a very fine city healthdepartment.

Rome, It ; :.,14.-Special.-News( received here. from of four years'and six:m :. _:. '.!,'"- city eel te ttfrtLThe Dr. Piilans has been
: :Fujii was ,at ''oae time s tot this _....r1' b7:the deeply interested in the establishmentof
-f. Yes J '.ifet every,daY thousands of woundeidfarrive there.: naval attache tleged Bei1.o,_,._ ,', .it-'. thonwgh+ ktpetfen(of tbeftbc4y the board of health and is working -
; 'The.pop intense emotion and there,is a,general: ,.feels '. he reeved.: . . ;-: m force" sqcthat untiringly along that line, being j. '

.-. ,mg. ;of" anxiety, 1'; '}PsiJisione.'" are_ scarce, ., 'hospital. accommodations- " foriafeenciag,. the . '. ,; ; "-,"-. '',_ be able to know Jest what; ably,assisted by the other members ,
';;, ire' "' fb wok of looking vp I of the-.board.: ... #
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raow .WAWHWT.:- ::WILL" this.'war" milSons'! of'.men.,'who' "are How:much these staggering charges i j I KEEP AHEADOf I Matthews Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
Dudley t
: t c: 'pAY: : l tutee froaithe fields, shops and facteriea are to be increased in the various. your neighbor by reading the is the kind you want. Where to get
J 11 :" _' and:placed.in uniform 'for'tlie countries by this greatest of all wars, I r Sentinel every morning and getting "it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T.
F'. ii (By, lkrboit! ',Tw te,,-European- ., ;MaaU -' purpose'.of: blowing. . away. powder in no man. can say, but inevitably the I all the news.first. ARCHITECTURAL AND GENERAL Entrican. 1-20-tf
I/ ger, ol, tfctlsfemtid&al' : 'News footing 'each other, fresh burden imposed by the.waste of DRAfTING.
,. t j ,' '2:" '. ;Such;: producing power,as remains, war will fall upon the laborer and I I WOOD. COAL AND ICE Blue Printing and Map Work. Patent Don't wait
t'' Loato, S ptll One:of the.,most is utilized. in making the materials of. the men of small means. They may Wood, $1.50 a strand .up. Hand's office drawings, show cards, and have Entrican for, : In,town before to
: t 'powerful ekawots'that.is at.work today war,,arms,.ammunition, clothing. and not pay the taxes directly but they I Coal Yard phone 566. ( 9-31-tf general in color commercial or flat washes.art. Perspectives you try. Am every. look yon
: ;for the; 8ttU m nt of'the great food. for.'the' armies.. willpay them indirectly. up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
tr 1'European:war. b the_appalling' cost of :In'.France official. estimate of For them the war means in a large OPEN ALL NIGHT ROOM lZYowellDuckworth Job. 1.20-tf
_: the'tHank conflict:. ;It'can,be only;a the.rental value of private structures, measure that the increased productive The City Drug Store is at your ser Building
' matter,.of time;until:every_one:of :' :.l::';warring"powers is embarrassed financially jive is .about $706,000,000! ..annually. which'has added so greatly to human 9-lo-ddwtf Woo 1 Woo 1 Woo o 1
is comfort, will be cancelled by the If want bicycle fixed ina .
!t .. :. ,It':.is;not awramiag;too:much If, therefore$20,000,000 a day requiredif you your --- ---'
? t\ ';to.:wy.. .that. each, 'of"the nations, with or 'the French army now ,in waste of war. It means that everything hurry take it to Warman's Repair Excellent Core Pine Wood
;: : tt e' gmt-. ai araaiaent' ,believedd." ,that the field/thevalue of'the rentals of that they buy will be increasedin Shop. 12.5ti.ForSale. Supplied
_, I'I war,;vrhea: it mine would'be of brief the..nat1 n .for ;a whole, year was order that the dealer may pay G-.CO in any quantity
.' .di itiontbetthe''stupemlous cost; ticked up 'in: thirty-six days-is .already higher rent and taxes and that 'the
'j r :and :the:terribk;loaa'of'life:wrought .g ne. This is just one item to money with which they buy will de-
tlsf modern ,War. machinery ,would illustrate and,bring home to the average cline in their hands, if their respective Insect Killer Will SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE
,bring any"oeaflkt,:to ;a:quick term- .!-, man the effect of wart;Who will states resort to excessive issuesof Rid STRANDS OR MORE
:' of taxation in order to provide the _
'nl nationa say that under any form paper -
: The European. powers have not .en- such burdens will 'not' react directly "sinews of war." I have a carload of Jersey Milk Your house of all insects.
.j :t redupoa' Ida' war:without:[some upon the rental of the humble laborer '' tLUKLUub DAD? nw
Cows for sale, and people of the surrounding -
:, :prevtoua'-.action as(:to the'means and indirectly through the enhanced For sale.-A well bred driving I Quarts 35c. Gallon $1.00
.. t',. ;.by) which k'mast.be, died 'out. ,In rental of stores and shops upon the mare-sound and gentle, in ,her country are invited to in- Telephone 375
..' .:,tl i .ice to,7i.the"u ."great. accumulation, of price of what he buys? *prime. Any lady can drive; cityi pect the stock. :For sale by South Street, near A. C. L.
gold;in' the:_ rat:banks, plans for This is only one of the many formsin broke. There can be nothing betterin Reasonable prices. Call on address
} .'woe'taxation1. . and1. additional. ': allow- i which the 'financial burden of, the the horse line for ladies' and chil- JAMES N. SEWELL, Carruthers & Gore Tracks
.1' : :'ancel'for"tie. army :and navy. havebeen war:will,fall upon:the masses in allthe i: dren. No dealers or liverymen need 8-22-D &W Winter Garden, Fla. 91lmMimmiMlltllMMiMimiiHMMtililMltMlllilMMItSMIMqB
.:part.of ,the fiscal programs, of countries involved in the struggleand apply, she must have a good home. I "
:all:the poersfor: many:years.', in,the form .increased debt and t Price, $150. Also buggy and harness -
; : *,The'immense-war; appropriation'oftiw interest, charges upon their. children cheap. itll. nfrfr
:1: t' combatanta, .huge'.as; they are, and hUdren's children yet unborn. t H. C. McDANIELt
'would be only.a mere bagatelle if the :Already the older countries of Europe -
,:' . is "prolonged. Germany at ,theoutset .debts 1 I I
: .1. urar stagger under: enormous WHAT THE GERMAN CONQUERORS -
}: .appropriated billion and a incurred in similar manner in pre- HAVE DONE IN .
_,. ".quarter of doHars;. .France. on the vious'wars. France bears the heaviest .BELGIUM W. M. SLEMONS
,_. 'same. :day'seasidde more than one 'burden of. public,debt, amounting ,
', d :billion dollars(and the'British'parlia- to about, $6,350,000,000; Great Brit- London, Sept: 12.:.-The Namur
meat voted five hundred millions, following ain .comes next with.ab ut $3,500- newspaper Lami de Lordre, now published
....1 ; thus' .en Y-withan-: 000000.The; under German censorship,gives
I' ,otherappropriation 0(. the same debt of the German Empire is i I this summary of buildings destroyed
'. ...'.iuaoumt... :Russia. ,has. not made known. '. only little more than $1,000,000,000, and the civilians killed in adjacent
wltttshe. appropriated,but its safe but this is because. the empire is only towns and villages:
'; tl', ''.to' say that;tlegrand; total of the about,45,years old, and the immense sTamines, one hundred houses, .
1#f ,Eorepean,war:.funds.voted'by all .the debts Of.its component parts are still eighty killed; Gelbresse, nineteen MEN'S MOHAIR SUITS
; It t i.,I'',tarS.- -Hungary has a debt of about Wartel, eighteen houses; Temploux, <:,"' .-. .
t ,Several,,European: experts .in 'such $1,000,000,000., eighteen houses and two killed; Ge- '
f \ :matters have ftstimated'.that'the war According to the most available fig- rard, thirty-two houses; Oret, fifty
-r'l': :is\,.now. costing .the. combatants .$50-' ures, the annual debt charges of houses and the town hall; Bremer, HALF. PRICE FOR. CASH AT
l'000,000 a day.:.:'Sonae Frenchmen,havecaliuliited France amount to $255,000,000; Great seventy houses and fifteen killed; Er
f ll; ;; :'\that.lt !is''costing France, Britain, $120,000,000; Austria-Hun meton-sur-Biert, eighty-five houses;
,1 alone' 20,000,000. daily gary, $60,000,000, and the German Stare, sixty houses; Morialme, fifteen
n"\.. ..How: .is._this 4- treoeadous. ,burden of Empire $62,000,000.The houses; Cleriux, many houses and .
1\ .,war outlay:to'be met? That is the national. debt of Russiaamounts many persons; Boussulez-Walcourt,
; proWem with which. the financiers in to about '$4,550,000,000, on fifty-four houses; Gresnas-les-Cour- ,
..tte. 'European:caboets;are grappling which the annual charges abount to bin, almost destroyed; Mariembourg, :
_ ; while'the tacticians. .'are'planning. new some $207,000,000. But,. unlike the almost destroyed; Baeswaever, many .
.I.: ,any .moves.-, It is".obvious even toJa1IWf other great powers, Russia's debt was houses; Wavre, many houses." W. M. SLEMONi
'of ,a/cowtry ate war is' greatly re. ball, but represents to a large extent To be convinced of the producing
: doced-if. ;mot absolutely paralyzed.Indostey important productive works like power of Sentinel want ads.-try one. ORANGE AVENUEMjimilMllliiliillllMMIitlMllilMimMilMIIMmiiiililM
of every sort is hard hit by the trans-Siberian railway and sim-
:-- jU# the..withdrawal thousands,and in, ilar undertakings. Read advertisements daily.' ..1.1.IIlli..III.IIIIIII.IIIIIII'I..I.......
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: I 1' week. Purchasers can buy through their own Broker! and all Real Estate men can sell them and arrange

> with us regarding Prices and Terms. All large propositions will be also placed with our Northern Agents.

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:J :. Situated; five'miles ,south East, of Orlan14 large Pear trees about 20 years old in full bearwithin a block of their freight depot. 150 feet front and

r. ': I doprojected:;: Brick road within one mile ing. 150 feet depth and about 200 feet along the R. R. track
I" ., -, ,,' 25 acres of truck land cleared and ready to be
:. ''J : .' I : :of, :property. The tract has'280 acres, en planted., can be bought at an astounding low price .if sold withinBalance

: l . 'the:: second highest elevation .in Florida of acreage adapted for citrus fruit and two weeks.

fi' , on: a::very large .lake, deep clear water, trucking. Also virgin timber and grazing land all under ..

.> ' > fence- Sweet and Irish potatoes, tomatoes, corn, water
s-- one-half
: x melons, pineapples and bananas have been successfully >

n., lakefront:;: ,-'therefore hasnot experienced grown. This proposition we recommend not only as a A SEVEN ROOM HOUSE

'I. 'any.frost, even on Banana plants during good commercial proposition, but also as a.good invest comparatively new, therefore in Al condition, lot 70x180,

,. : all the years of the present occupant. ment. A money maker from the start with bigger pros16 bearing orange trees and enough ground -to make a
A This property has buildings which could not be
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good garden. Good neighborhood within block from
,;'\ "c y ,, Six: :-:acres," . .;meted". in. large- orange. 'and. grapefruit duplicated for less than one thousand dollars. All farm

j.\\ ' tree Ie fu l .. implements are included in the sale. This property-can a lake.

$ ; :Five :aad one-half acres of 375 three-year old grapebe bought through your own real estate broker or sold Will.be sold on very liberal terms as owner intends to

'" 11 fret:trees SHier irrigation. by any broker in Orlando. ,move into the country.

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I:"') i1, -oi' and'the WATTERSON; ,MAY BE RIGHT
::' ;.- r i J> .: :'" _. ; << :fruits.', r THIS TIME
:' B7.FraakG.= ; 'ftddjtkm:,to':speakers,;
: l',,; f "':r: ,'; : Experiment'' i The Orlando Sentinel opines thatas r
'. :.New fork,?Sejrt., ,.;:1 --Agriculture. ; , Henry Watterson missed it so bad-
i;; *6to, C '.1IDOre' 8 uD-1b, r;of jprominent ly in his estimate. Woodrow Wilson

. ;b coffie IT";.'H kteBt" I the United States' ; prior to that gentleman's election, he

3'tielt T'TJ fby;.... : iure and elsewhere may be equally wrong in his appraisement -
', Ss the growers on Emperor William. But
,0verIy"friJJ5, to s g 'to the growing of the cases are different, Marse Henry
sod; w& bitUriy;, '
belitttled President Wilson becausethe
ahiirr-, efforts to'iidkule: thu, has ample hotel latter had snubbed him, and thus
theirRplayer ,-,1'- .
house accommodations wounded him in his ,most sensitive
.acribble's. often.oven,. < larger .crowd, ,than is 4
part. This perverted his judgment,
slitf' ,
and < over ; to be present at the gave him a grouch and he was gross- "JUROUGU THE FLAMES
,laughable. .
one need remain away on ly unjust to Mr. Wilson in conse-
:Just J be'other,day: a ; ,
But he has
grouch againstthe
quence. no
':.kind:wrote to-wit:: 'T
: !:MA)large:.majority, iura Experiment Kaiser and he writes of him as A Kalem speacial feature in two parts.

:i organize } baseball: : : I ... impartially as Gibbon of a Roman The :Moving Picture "Critic" ,states that this is a
]Federal SEPTEMBER emperor, and with much more datato -
jgaoring'the : *
fint : guide him.-Lakeland Telegram. STRONG offering of its type.

_He ,iHght have ; r of the. dewy morn,
:England,: France;and, many men have called WILLIS POWELL AT HIS BEST

If',forth.orofiPi, fl, ';*,-. ;.the at! ,new hope in us' is Come all you folks from Illinois QUESTION AND ANSWfR MAN "

In aether article/ ; summer's heat. is 1 Ohio and New York; from London ,

that the '/aR'-I iBd l ; town and Paris, too, and those who A Lubin Comedy featuring your favorites: Arthur
"on; Hall Chase '" ,refreshe *with autoumn hail from Cork; let's sing a song of
making prilHant.pkys, fresh and cooling to the like oak trees, mocking birds and Johnson and Lottie Briscoe. This is an exceptionalfarce
come of iis,miner l. the harvest moon again honey bees, and scent the perfume in and is sure to please.
,Taking it"from,this ; s. bright and glorious in the breeze in Sunny Florida.'
; ;:people'.of" Buffalo*\do''. : Who wants to live in Iowa, Wis-

! parks. 'to see. 'any:: t and bracing is the consin or Kentucky? Where old Jack
:'No', 'sir-Je., '?he,1nat': : wonderful the Frost nips flowers and men and and "
wheBevel:: : ; _"':' roads and let's "SOPUlf
Chase : : are rough mucky; singa fiNDS A HERO
' greatest]first leaves, are turned to song of Sun and sky, where fleecy

,polls some, play',that sumach glows upon the ,the appetite, clouds go floating by and' have our ,

canny,iW5 its speedy'. the rhapsodies of ,old the taste and fill of berry pie in sunny Florida. Another Comedy but a product of Essanay, featuringthe
;It's aJJ right.'in"the: hearts of men are singing the body. Why stay in towns like Kalamazoo,
-, r4d' others''(''o : I are beautiful with and fresh. and either melt or shiver; or hug the ever funny "Sophie" of the Snakeville force. She

\-Ty: Cobb, ,'Eddy Collins earth grows, mellow with 5 cents. fire in Davenport, beside' a frozen never fails to fill the bill.
exeeute: me river? Come down and try the land
are in. '. rganizM, ',baa the liquid"wings ,of that's blest, and make your home
:Jgn't.all jrigfet'for, sun comes riding from the 8ct where every test will prove that we

,the,other.. They,bele> 'all.the centuries of time have got the best in sunny Florida.So .
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law"" organi)( atiou.r has never ceased. thin, tender pack your duds, where'er you ORCHESTRA5c

r T6e'paalierpart : : through stress and delightful flavor live from Washington to Maine and

f 'atritniewlof. ,this. # '! rt for lunch grab your grip and check your trunk
'years ,he was .one' of'. e 'to'happiness.in: cents.and dinner. and get aboard the train; for thoughyou

"'cJiu :He sweet ears of come in summer time you'll find

::j ost'wonderful: ;first thought of comradeship our climate most sublime, and vow

;ever. '',played-" -'the' ,,'sack';: base softer cast, to live back east's a crime, comparedwith lOc

again, he],devoted he sunny Florida.-Clearwater Sun.Reel's .

:telling ,of the wood and paths are lit S
Chase that"enabled e again the birds are
Steam last week
:plays:,i in'a: ;fraction' ( : I legons overhead. of the finest unloaded a car Laundry of modern laundry
."';.'' ::But Chase,'no;loager: thou art life again, Baked machinery and will open the damp TOMORROWA
, a)im;; He jumped to but hope in us was dead. The
wash department next Monday, Sept14th.
%;:It suits almost-'time Louis strength \
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Vitagraph Special in two parts.
by zo cents
'pedal waspmyed J On account of several large ma-
he n I hainmeriag4t> -.. ,THIS DESCRIBE
chines not yet arrived, will not open
:ever.since it became AUTO?
Baked ty
:Knocking she Fads i r his complete laundry and dry cleaning -
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I until 28th.If
:Feds And:ridiculing of.them' city ortomobiles BISCUIT THURSDAY-Mary Pickford.
; you want the damp wash, phone
' ,bringiog'ridicule. 'on'' : ,;and.].don't know what r
654 or drop a card.
r'they don't think the was. The number of the t'f.
'\ :4t':first 'class brand\of J'r to him, but that for that Name.
For whites, only. ,4-12 2wks .
j doesn't'.1i make'the opim good: What I want to _ i.i-i-i-_ ,, '
r ':Thera;are .hundreds of ,the state give me the -
'INK.throughout.the the orto?" Hit was red We insure your lIre and loan you
--I-- .., -< : a i money on real estate at 6 per cent. r .
.satisfied,Twit ':the b ; white, man in it, and with which he cures interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,
;put up:by the,Fads; sad : ,. so .to speak- 20 minutes have been i Curry Building, Tampa, Fla. Uammond & ore I
ing to;pay.*their;money ',.Constitution.N'T Kansas City doctor. 3-25-d&wtf
-those"who"have _
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.Fed: gamesthis:year.
"of;those'played in:the. GROW i I 1
National Leagues,,do-.

z'.is tive such qualitya wide of di'the : ; i I Bald''-:--Use- Parisian. '' COLLEGE[ [, Winter Pa&r t COMPARE

; hair is getting thin,
, ,
the, Feds;,cannot'be
., wrse,.games ,of'h : I color, or: has that College and Most Beastlier Crouds II Florida OUR FURNITURE
and ,
scraggy appearance
;the Naps,. 'Yankees, , :
'atea'at'certain times' is;evident-dandruff and Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Arte, Do- t We provide the quality furniture that has long

'. 'in:,every ;game: the,: ,keep the ,hair roots I and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Coarse. been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

,. '"3o"do_the very,best they .' buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire pro- standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
. as, in'somofth.i' L.:, C1 n"' Sage applied daily I fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dol t I It wouldn't here were it otherwise. We can't make
r x,JtJoo>;;s'a8- .-KrU: Ke'.Na. ,. ; : then ,occasionally is all : 1ent. Three'teachers of music, $5,000 organ, this point too clear-it is one of-the foundation stones
out; just"'bow poor' .a It removes dandruff ', pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new : of this business, and that means much to any buyer.

:they :could. ,;:put up> tioti; .almost, business school, full banking equipment. New .
A:iThe Feds. ,; i ; II. falling hair, and itching : and physical laboratories, equipped with every
:"stars.of;:the hUelial es.the'scalp and makes : device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods,'water. : McNEQi & DAVIS BLOCK,

,. .,leagues:.;>.:.But; they. :, i hair soft, abundant and for engineering course. Cor.Orasge Ave. and lurch St., Orlando, Ha.
v' ,' orm a} nendes.,*, : I i life. Equally good for : boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, :
Jag song'of,their own.{. ; ,or children-every one I but undenominational; expenses moderate. L .J

'another::year; ,'when the : available. For catalogue address :. 4 _ _
bottle of this
dice.against the Feds
:the,far ;wiU'. find ''that can be had from FREMONT BLACKMAN, .
of! they .Ws" cy or,any drug'counter :
youngsters? .who..-'rank" i :You There will is,surely no other like''p Ph. D. LL. D.. President. 1 & ?W.on.fl
iiTthe old
.beet : leagues. .
", .,-,,., __ Try it'nowMeE1roy's - -

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The Citrus. Seminar; all ordinary social, household or busi-
'( ;' C. ,McDANIEL,
',,' ;,9'a.:m. Seer;, ness correspondence our Shetland Linen

:Ball, of.the.University, in and fin-
"Will'dose' i'at'x.3(1( p'm.-- ., acres on ,Lake stationery is style, grade

; :,Wber 24th., ,There .18 planted to oranges Lmh. It is so good and we have so much con-

"f"h sessions*bn"--Tuseday. fruit trees, 5 years old, i fidence in it that our name is embossed on

, '{',-Aight\; '* yF es,now on trees.,:If every envelope and printed on the cover of
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be THE I'V VEP : '
property, will ,
, 1 j.. .:The.. _, program "n', ' i I every tablet. We cannot afford to put our i
fine sites
4' .wo' building ,
: Y etede. -' papers$ on"" soils--. ,. : Gatlin. in front BUYERS TO, SHARE IN PROFITS name on an inferior ,article. We carryall
da, the."marfsting.. ,of, and .
of tablets envelopes.W.
CARS and
1: .ti tfculaf-" .-cbntioa'. 'will, otherlakes., Price for 20 LOWER PRICES. ON sizes shapes
; or $6,000 for half.. '
;, j- methods cf.Madling. from August 1, 1914 to August
in Florida. Owner has S.
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>.to.enable it to tide and guaranteed against any reduce ,
refused to sell, but ,
_, the> Y
f. ;frnit: and : during that time:
froita f sickness he is unable to wd IDle Store
: :. x 'vegetables,:< Ike Arc*
::to live as he $555.00Runabout
{: (otquesfoas fromthe: Touring ,Car --.--
''Thu; .3 acre tracts overlooking
< : :. .. 505.00
: ,devotedoirelyto the fine lake view, good -
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:.the' -adpests: ,;good: land and'swendid F. 0..B. Orlade. AD etn5SSSS3KSS fully egatpped. JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY

, ;trees- 'Particular : homes.; ,Price $1,000 LINCOLN HUUET, Ph. D., Utt. D., LL D., President ta

:given:to''':gkw' Yea kc't.,' acres Ivanhoe' ,aH ,cleared overlooks, ,north I THE BEST SCHOOL TOO IS HOME D"fOR YOUR CHILDRENSend ,

:;e se'"whieJiJia'thleat; .. .. , ; an' wweea'tile alen its.Arut .
H " < 'laD.d. and,'a fine ,home ZSLaae .! them to SteUon. Fall Term Begins Scpt.2S.
"_ :much: damage to the+ 1IaHLt"we:iad ttpre dkL we qIM' ire'P17 .IItIae' College of Liberal Arts
< KaMSagaetldllil and lutraeton
stucco cottage ,on C ft a Iff.JIII"ur'(ea 40 Professors
:,of Flortk.{'I The'night : Hrdl1 aWre. fns.$ ..,., rte ptsksses aeerIt 17 Unhenfty Bat dinp College of Law
"e nsiatox''o TJ *L \'th 'south.of.Ivanhoe.,Park, ieeYH1: man 1 ni AEU4 L.S .., 23 Acre Camp College of Technology
. behrea qut J. t1. Tour College of Buamtss
'Ire ear ., 469 Student Lot
, .mite. in..\ -i< : & large, lot, stone ;; $10.000 Pip School of UedaJc Arts
tote:Groye and abar ; _u _'.ses { ;_:- 10 Wet Uhoratoritf? for Selene School of Mode
y "The Thursday | situated-and will- be a.'G..e. q, "t : ,_ r'. ", Dnmjwaed.General, < Easi0msat Normal School of School FArts
ocid.terms., : J' !
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.f ;tinue .A. 1: :; ,Separate.. Dormitories for ywmg men and young women. Careful administration
18- ,PtMIi :;JJI nperviiioi. Christian and not iectanu tead ng.
..... and thorough
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.cotton, .......,'f ushionrsait : ckas Brai: :fr.'al-,4 * n'_ JOIW:$,--STETSON UNIVERSITY DELAKT, FLORIDA. a

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SIII-Rlrlt SCHOOL OPENED YESTERDAY al force, was patently illustrated during i

; (By W. S. Branch) -
ti.nllnl ". .-r_ ,' County Superintendent J. F. Mc- the August registration. Chicago -

'J/Im 1...- -' ..K, ... OWMC.OrUafc. i .Joyosa-Jacksonville win' soon' be Kinnon attended the opening of theOaklandWinter since it gave the ballot to the

f f( : itil..i rt-1M ......- .&' -. ZfeaI no more.. It ,will be "Jacksonville Garden school yes ,women, has the largest registrationof
[11--.. aalobtra > '11dI..' Junk" or some other name meaning
: terdaymorning, and reports, about any city of the world. New York
":''',; : nothing. ,At least that is the prophecy too AFFILIATEDa
: : .
tii16ERBl AN hundred '
> N1l6 pupils enrolled the first steps"back' to :
,a secondaryrplace
: .:1 T rMfc .... .; .. :.. .. .: eo of :a Tampa .business .man who on
,"Of'I.'"'......... .!_! ":..:.!..!.!.....!...... I.M day. This school has a faculty of the;record. About 750,000 voters reg
,I .. '. J.JI owfis20: ..'acres of Jacksonville realty.He" :.
i .ir.ai"" ""! '' seven teachers and starts off with istered.in Husbands WITH JO$
-, :: 1 ,Moati .,...i...,..!:...!:.:..! ..6a 'says the city is on .the downpade Chicago. escorted -
l'ii very bright prospects fora good 'their wives to the polls, and sons
'- ,/;; .W....: f y_:...... .. ....... ...!'...LM and wilt soon be numbered school year. accompanied their, mothers. The river
_. t :t.'! '.71 with the has beens. Of course, if
t'; Prof. J. A. Osteen is principal and wards had the quietest time in

n- <.-; .-- : dew 'TO:::ABTOTIBHtfl: Jacksonville will repent and allow he is ably assisted, by Miss Belle their existence. Instead of the rear "The patience of Job" or better, :
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: "Tireless Tampa"_to, have the U. S.
., .. i--. :';" Crawford, Miss Lollie Abernethy, of a basement pool hall in the first
r.r- {..,E..... .u au.tjfeerhi !mot senatorship and that government office Mrs. G. Hannah Miss Dora haps, the more recently famous policy of
Wood district the
assembly room of the
x ant kn4 IB at Ik a" be
all will and Jacksonville
i! tfI...Mni Mt Ute ita. t *.-m. forgiven Miss Bertha Getsh and Miss Leila city hall was used. In the second dis- "Watchful Waiting" expresses very well
:'tf' 'tM Mhn UI 1V-.WI rda any :can have.a new start, otherwiseit's
"e M 'far, cwtnet aimtfataft it II Jar." Roper. trict, in place of the. accustomed bar our attitude towards you who have never
;; .l! '.-.' ..4 vfll k trfctir.ittini' to.M "Good-bye A.large number of the patrons of ber shop or bucket shop, the polling

; r '. .' the school indicated their interest by place was transferred to the art in- come to our Store or sent us your orders.
ftfrert> p tebiBC Tbt Seatind erg Do bee-lieve this It
t H.. 'J ttuA tlndd iwtiff tbe offiet to writing ra you attending the_opening exercises,which stitute. All told the registration con- you will realize that the values and service -
F 'M* bto rf .......otkenriM it will b'ioliBtf comes .from Ohio and refers to an with
: > began prayer by Rev. L. H. ditions are summed as a great
i up
il at tin rcrtlar retacriftion tito
Ohio :Witt & Co. of Me- are constantly telling about
; ...."wW. .MiM, 'to. stop h rescind, diva. Query, pastor of the Oakland Presbyterian civic reform due to the presence of: you

; church, who also made a short women voters. must be here-and when you find out just

,TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER' 15, 1914. apiaries in the.world. Last year they address. He was followed by Hon. o how great the values
are and how
sent one car load of bees in the hives complete -
A. B. Newton, Superintendent ;J. F. NEW CANCER REMEDY
to winter in Florida. In less thanpear's the service
iD hog. a delusion=until, her McKinnon, Mr J. H. Sadler, chairman you you had
time they sent back to their
;father of the trustees Trustee G. W. B. cancers, tumors of aU come
; has.gone to bed. as many another has done
ill headquarters in the Buckeye state, kinds. No money until you are sat-
Q four car loads of bees and 20 tons of Bray, and Prof. Osteen, all of. whom isfied. Dr. C. W. Hains, 4-7 Warren before.

r:*,z In time of peace prepare for war- made brief addresses to the pupils, Bldg., Lafayette street, Tampa, Fla.
strained aH the result of Florida
honey, One visit will
9-13-10t convince
i Eby keepfcg out of trouble.. giving them a word of encourage you of this.
climate and flowers. Witt & Co.
ment and advice in their school work. Eat all
'e c k ,. 'Q worm should be singing that popular song, En route home Superintendent Mc Eat what you want.
.Life is just one after a fisherman you want. Our New Fall Goods
"The Sweetest Story Ever Told.
: after a fish after a wor m., * Kinnon stopped at the Ocoee colored .Take a postscript and forget it.
ti sale all .
school and later at the school For by druggists.17d&wlyr
I Ivy Are
: up magnificiently
; General ,Sherman's saying about -already
'.Sorts.are,no longer worn fall, bat which is in the Orlando district and
:o is often that it is the store is
war quoted so get beginning to change its summer
.; v k:they. look foH to.the average man. is being taught by Miss Myrtle Car-
; .0 r pug'monotOnous. Washington, Jefferson raway, of Lockhart. The Ivy school iMMimmiMiiT.F.HOGRIHAN character. Shipments already to
Jackson Lee, Lincoln Grant
That Seathern League pennant,will and other famous have opened yesterday with a much larger hand include
U;. look :good :on 'the fair grounds ,next many enrollment than last year.
made remarks less
# iA. more or complimentary
; .; apt'H1g Licensed Plumber and
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; '; about wars and fighting"Let's In Silks
.r.\ 0 CONWAY MAN MAY SEE SERVICE Sanitary Engineer
: have peace" from Sherman'sworn
Tie,Kaifler marched.up the hill
, to .frazzle Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
. toraed, .around. ,and marched .right a phrase. Promptly Attended to. Black and Colored Satin Charmeuse.

x to.down.again.. Ai letter. from CoL Sir Horace PHONE 629 Black and Colored Messalines. '
:$ I I THE RELIGION AND CREED OFI Beauchamp, C. M., who owns a pretty
I { I W. W. WRIGHT home 106 Court Street Black and Colored Real Irish Poplins.
fS! .Most 'men .credited; with having a near Conway and is well knownin

ir .soft heart: merely.have a' soft spot in Orlando, but who has been abroad ORLANBO, FLORIDA Black and Colored French Eoliennes.

,. itWr. .:...., for some months, states that he has
.. A friend.of the late W. W. Wright, tal-lm Black and Satin Mervilleaux.
0 who the offered his services to Lord Kichener,
: died last week, handed Sentinel -
,i 1 ,To:a woman therein only one thing a. card yesterday upon which and expects probably to see active IMIMIMIMMIiMMHiMMtMHHIMItMMMtMM Black Faille Francais.

:., |lil .WK>we. tfean osroidty' -not'being able Mr. Wright expressed his religion and duty soon. He has been assisting re- Black Satin Duchessen.

'. :--.tiit'-. is 7 creed, giving out the little cards onlya cently by purchasing horses for the

.. ,.. '" 0 short time before his death. Thewords. reserve forces in England.CoL .

.Prkee,,are;going .up.. People are .on the card are well worth reproducing Beauchamp is a retired officerof
: ,homing 'bargains.. The advertiser : the English army, and his title as MuCUllOCU'SDepartment Crepe de Chines.

.. :*8to tfce,bu 6ss. .My,Religion is to do good. Commander of Bath was conferredby : Chiffon Crepes.
0 My Creed is to do right for right's the king.

):,f limey.talks,:.but if )'ou.d. it,off sake because it is right to do so Crepe Eoliennes.

y te a-ffiftH" 'order house don't complaintf not from any fear of punishment, o r T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. Store Silk Grenadines.The .
: :" :.'i'heal/it: Conscientious work at fair prices.
t yw ._ ,
hope of reward after death, but from Phone 629. 106 Court St. 823tfof New Glissade Silk
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-:: t C 4''J' 0 fear of punishment and hope of reward -

J ,The ;BHfflicipal: owned' Water. 'plantat while we live. sympathy and affection, which they Roman Stripe Silks.

:DeLaad paid that:..city;iO,000 net 'My Creed: Do not ,keep the alabaster intend to break over my dead body, I Jelly Tumblers Scotch Tartan Silks.

pr ftt, d,riag.... 'the.past year.8e > boxes of your love and tenderness would rather they would bring them '
<- ,., _- 0' sealed up'until your friends are out in my weary and troubled hours I
e>peopfte.wonder why they.are dead, but fill their lives with sweetness and open them, that I may be refreshed : Fruit Jars

wt happy. ,when. .they never did an u. i- now-speak approving and and cheered by them while I :
;s> act in all their lives... In Dress GoodsSerges
cheering words while their ears can need them. I would rather haven a :

.' .0 hear them and,while their hearts ca plain coffin without a flower. and a I all kinds

There would be"no unwritten law if be thrilled and made happier by them. funeral without an eulogy, than a life I 1 will play a important

J a1 the c daea who'run:were dect-" : The kind:things' you. will 'say after: without the sweetness of love and : very

?1 'edand, "i carried. .out, their' pro-miser. they are gone, say 'before they go. sympathy. Let us learn to anoint : part-we realized this some time ago. To-

n 'o- : The flowers you mean to.'send. for our friends beforehand for their I freservine I Kettles day our stock is positively complete in its
1 ,Mask hath'.charms soothe: the their coffins bestow and :
f now, so burial; post mortem kindness does not assortment. Our
t savage" beast,J'but man is- the only brighten and sweeten their earthlyhomes cheer the hardened spirit. Flowers : are thoroughly

.aafaaal that considers ragtime'music.Trakey leave them. shrunk. Our Blues are guarantted
: n before they upon the coffin shed no fragrances :
: 'W 20 S. Orange !velle.
'0 If my friends have alabaster borelaid backward over the weary way by and our Blacks absolutely permanent.New .

h '',is.busy tearing.up,treaties ,away, full of fragrant perfumes which loved ones have traveled. I
'. aM..the,other'.European .powers are !

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; :Eggs. dozen 100 pounds Red and 'White Bermuda Onion Seed just received -
are forty-five cents, a, New Linens

t :m'Cleanrater.and'.; ',it is a. nickel .a through Custom House.

- :defea':cheaper' ,to .live in Orlando. New Crepes.
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." Iwybody. tWe. way..' New Ginghams.

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With ;the :burden of' keeping the McELROY'S PHARMACY New Poplins. .

or ,faded Progressive' party alive the' war has Give is i Trial sick Silvery ta Brags. PION M. Try wr Ice Cream.MHIIIiiMIIIIMMttlMIHMIMMIIIIIilMlilMIIIIIIMMMMMM. New Suitings.
;'j <.the Colonel a gold brick in

l :.kiep81" him' 'off .the:front page. > Prunella Cloths.
0 .

;.'( 'a German. cruiser wrecked

.> ()' 1 :by':a .Bri&her off,,St. .Andrews last New Cashmeres.

.' \\1. 'week-- merely a German schooner -

-- ; ,that was wrecked when it fell off the '

\'f ;A!,Tampa" man,bis"toned, up with t : JfWflRY fOR TUf WfDDING'::1 In Linens

la a'cepy of:a Yickefear?: paper printed. > ,
i; one paper..:"doring" the siege of We have created a new standard of

I D. tlttt. city: in the.cml;:war. At leastore ,. : For the bride, countless things in Silver, Cut ::.." values-and a stock that stands absolutely

. wall:paper;concern. is still doing : Glass and Fine China. Rare jewels of every de- unrivalled.
- ,a good basiaess. oJ ?>:
: scription.For -:' :
;f -
,YOO Bridesmaids; Ladies of Honor, Flower _: Damask Linens, Table Linens, Handker-
Tie newly created board of health '
t has;the best wishes of every 'wide : Girls, etc., Bracelets, Brooches, Bar Pins, La Val- 'j chief Linens, Dress Linens, Embroid-

t eke citizen:'of Orly do:; They are I liers, Wristlet Watches, Silver Vanity Cases,, .. :'! ered Linens, Linen Towels, Huck
1 I It.
'; gefag'about their work in a'business- I Purses, Card Cases, etc. :.
Towelling, Fancy Linens
lie manner 'and' ;promise to do. a
deal I For the ushers-Cuff Links, Coat Chains, Two- HandkerchiefsAre
fL great of good::
.0 Pocket Chains, Full Dress Sets, Gold'and- Silver,< ":a

t b Many who believe Preadent WHaea : Pen Knives, Pencils, etc. F.:' all here. A visit will be appreciated.ORLANDO'S .

3' baa made.a!mistake' i advocating a : '=
.s ;tai Let us help you with your wedding present:;/ :-i '
on :freight:bills will hesitate to : .. ,1-:*:..

:- ;}1 :say sot :.He ,baa\ a, knack of doing : problems: > _;:.; _. ,: ,

: toga and proving that,he waa doing 1 '.- .
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1.!.ence of women in 'American ,affairs I

\ has, .created. the. strong anti-German : DICK ON.IV( cii:

z [f! ;se&timent 'If,the'Kaiser wanted the I

k p good, will'-of,the American women be :

*] blundered :in, threatening to cut oil
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Does ttt Belgian'commission,want :

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"l"If : ;;: :.. : s i 1T': : Mia'.Maw P. Johnson learn,to- IMiMilMlllimillllllMFAVKIE. DEATH OF MRS. ANE- JANSEN''' .
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> : .f. uight'fee :where she wfll II 1 IF'
., resume 'her.duties as district secretary -' :: ; . HfflWRE! Death dosed the eyes of Mrs. Ane 9N
:JOTUNEROtLANBO in ,"Federated Charities" off II '
J"< ., .' .t..x. II I II Jansen yesterday morning' at the
'. ';;: '",-FLA.;' ; tb4.eity,; I: Opea.2 p m. and 6:30 p. m. : home of her son, City Clerk Carl Jan-

.; ... II Admission 5 centsMMmMIMimiimiilll III sen, on Lake Cherokee, with whom
,j , ,J.i'b '. W. H.' Bait;' of Kissimmee is ,. ' i
i, ,; II Itl she has resided for the past six years,
'Kr:1i L\Jwraof:'Fort 'ChristEunice visitmg:friends.in' Orlando. He,.hasremedy I since coming from ,Denmark ,where ( "

..; Y' ,, ,returned ,from. England, she was born and lived seventy yearsof ,,,-

; ,'NMies n where).be saw Bishop Mann just before her eventful life. She was born
'DeLaney.made: budaeestrip :starting .home.. near Copenhagen in 1838 and made .
f a -
,to Palatia'Monday.) :" TURED SUNDAY NIGHT the voyage from that city to this "Get II At I ID'SConvince 5" '

{ Mr.:H.' A. Vivian' leaves today for country six years ago unaccompaniedat N .
Will Gaines and his wife, Annie
:. Mrs.'J..A.:Peters i returned from a Lake City and, Quincy to-be gone Gaines arrested Sunday the age of seventy years, thor-
wer -
three four :Mr. 'vivian '
.or days eXpects
oughly enjoying every hour of the
visit to.
Taapa yesterday.'
of Police
; night by Chief Wm.
to,,buy some good cattle for his long trip. . .
J -= Smith, charged with operating a
while .
dairy' Mrs. Jansen .
away. was a devout Christian
I )Il. Roy.:Roper,'of,Winter Garden, blind tiger. The' prisoners were . .
------ woman whose .
to the
passing world
"Was, .. vlsitor.in_, . ., Orlando__.. yesterday, W* K.. Shute," well known .citizenof turned over to the sheriff, he having beyond was a peaceful journey to a Yourself ',k.,
: > --: been on the lookout for them for
: Orlando was in the city yester- home which she had prepared above.

; \ 'MwUH. W..Pratt ia horn from St day, a guest at the DeSoto, mingling some time. At ten o'clock this morning the

',Cloud'l Biter a, pleasant; visit :of' two I with friends'and business'associates.. George Street, who escaped from funeral services will be held at the H Sometimes it is hard for you to
Sheriff Gordon Saturday night by decide what that should be
W 1 1Mr Tribune. residence present ,
eeb.1i --:Tampa and the body will be laid v
-- jumping from the tra inat:Pine Cas- then come into our store and let us .-
f to rest in the Orlando .
__ : : cemetery. Dr. '
tle has also been arrested and will
[: :D. Quina, of Kiafiimmee' with Mr.,and Mrs F. M. Aldrich and son J. E. Wray, pastor of the Methodist show you

; the",Newel Electric. company. ; for 'afewdajg. arrived Monday from Hot Springs, answer for his booze vending. The church, will conduct the services, and '

'::: .' Ark.: Mr. Aldrich win 'be managerof officers are making a determined ef- Messrs. A. W. Bumby, G. R. Ramsey, H Our
; fort to break up the blind tiger busi- r JewelryCut
"if#i Mr. Walter Drennen's packing Robert Cohoon, James Thompson, M.
; ness in this city and county, and it
j ,Mr.::W.'P..Watson hfta last night house this winter. 0. Overstreet, and E. G. Duckworthwill '
is; a dull week that withoutone Cut Glass Silverware.
passes or We have
for "a ipusiness: trip. thiough. south. act as pall bearers.
:'Ceo. '''. r Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Warner and or more arrests. something that will suit you, it will

i| .-XJfoil daughters, Mrs 1,. F. Brigham, Glen SEVEN OAKS WILL BE SAVED DEATH OF EDWIN M. BOYKIN pay you to look before you buy, and '

'. Holland, and Mr. H.P. Hill returned you will be under'no obligation to us.
; : L. Mard, o(';Winter Garden -

: ;'wai attending,'business in .Orlando Sunday from Daytona Beach after a Almost every one who has riddenon Mr. Edwin M.
Boykin died at his
vacation the side.
;h sea the Pine Castle road has admired H
.. ,. home at Winter Park Sunday and will AllenftCoJewelers .
,; I the seven beautiful oaks that divideit
be buried .
Mr; and Mrs. W. L. Lehman and I Wednesday morning at ten
Miss, ,Eloise.Robinson.returned,.last. daughter returned to Tampa Mon- into two roads about three miles o'clock in the Winter Park cemetery,
evening::from 'a three wt'ekimit.in south of this city. A persistent re- Undertaker
Hand in charge. The
after short visit in Orlando.Mr. .
,"Virginia.. ]and 0c. Ja., : day a port in circulation in the vicinity of funeral awaits
the arrival of brother
f! Lehman is superintendent of the a 0-
Pine Castle that in bricking the roads .
!p from Jackson, Tenn.
Florida branch of Bradstreets and Reliable
MiL A. {. Salley-arrived from Arcadia the commissioners would have these Mr. RepairingHtlMMIimiltiMIMimitli
was getting information for his firm. Boykin only returned to Win
:: .last; night She is the guest of trees cut down prompted them to pre- ter Park a few weeks ago from
:Mrs: A.E.!' ,Thomas.Attorney : to if raisingthe
pare protest necessary Gainesville
where he went several
Rev. L. A. Spencer arrived Saturday
Ii. ', to have a paved road put
.' evening for.a few days' stay here, I years ago. He is a prominent grower
C. B. Robinson'left last on both sides of the row of tree. and
including a'business trip yesterday to ] highly esteemed citizen of the 11
,. evening,on the Seaboard for. Jacksonville Yesterday Mr. R. 0. Compton came college town.CRIMINAL. ,
Kissimmee. He is 1ery"busy: over his o
oJJept'business.. to the city to see about the matter,
and other in !
reports papers connection
11 and was informed by Chairman M. 0.
his work for the Seminole COURT IN SESSION
< Roy :gook, foreman at' the Cook Indians Overstreet that the commissionershad b cD

'Auto:company returned,from a short no intention of cutting the trees, ==0==
I E pleaaure'trip: ;to Okeechobee. but would brick on one side of them, The September term of criminal ':

.' : Bishop and Mrs. Mann expect 'to leaving the clay road on the other. court convened yesterday, morningand
1; leave England tmorrow, the 16th, on will continue in session for several -
Drs. McElroy and J. S. Mc.Fwan't
.. Sylvan ,. -
, n. ere"'among:the Orlando visitors the St.' Paul, an Ameri an'steamer.. Tonight at 8 o'clock Dr.R. Ramseur, days to come. The following 3l
m Daytona. Beach:"Sunday.Mr. .' They will stop a few days in the of Gainesville, Ga., will lead to the jurors have been sworn for the term:

: it i ---J' North,: but' write of being eager tot altar Miss Nell Thomas, oldest daughter w H. Rouse, H. M. Partin, J. 0.

: .,.Itandofph:,:Robinson confined return to Florida and expect to arriveat of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Thomas. Spivey, J. 0. Brock, M. C. Britt, 0. P.

: :: ) Bishopstead! by the first of Octo- The 'wedding will take place at the Conroy, J. T. Brannon, C. H. Simpson I Polish Your Silver
I fi opera. : . ber.e I home of the bride's parents on Lake C. W. Rose, W. J. Hamrick, J. :

f i| - : Lucerne. Dr. J. E. Wray will per- W. Wright, H. Hutchinson and C. J.

,Mrslf:;! :-L.; -, Mercer. and son; arefew' Mr. and Mrs.' J. W. Simmons and form the ceremony. Dr. Ramseur is Keene.Yesterday's. Wrights Silver Cream Electro-Sili-i

Mr. W. L. NuckoHs arrived Sunday dentist of Gainesvilleand session devoid of
a was
t .a da ys'in: ,St Cloud. con
..'They '.i-eref amoag those I departingMiflaEliiabeth from! Daytona. Beach after. pleasant is to be congratulated upon hav- sensation, a number of minor cases

, :.'U'J.w.-'I._. f vacation., Early Monday morning the ing won so fine a young woman for against negroes being disposed of.

"; professor was,on the job at the State his partner in life. The groom and I Pick Your Teeth
- bank ,..while.' Mr. Nuckolls was out
'Miller ,returned to his 'mother arrived in Orlando Sun- ANOTHER FIRE AT THE GRAND
"chasing locals" for the ReporterStar. -
, 'Be: ie'.lift:college 'yest< SUBM. in that:popular in- With the Gold Medal Toothpicks

.1 l r ;. J ,'" J 1.1.; 'it ,_'<-:- I Mrs. Paul T. Butler, her son, Robert Again the Grand will be the scene I
4 of a great fire, but this time in sucha
of' The wheel the
= bicycleof
sprocket on
.. ;t 'i Butler, and Herman F. Siewert, way that will afford the onlookers

'Cko..''(I} 'Dolive, who ha been on the| Mr W., S. Branch,Sr., got hungry started yesterday afternoon for a mo- exceptional entertainment instead of

,etd. :of sthe:_Reporter-Star- ,left Monday yesterday, afternoon' while he was riding tor trip to Florida, their final destination terror. Potted Plants, Cut Flowers, Funeral i
" down, Orange avenue and after I "Through the Flames" is the title
Orlando. En route
::pfor 1Dayteem[ Beach .to ;spend a being they of this
: special feature and it is a production Designs Wedding Decorations.
while tried
chewing. trousers a
on ,
. '.few;daya. $ s,will stop at Mammojj sgave, Ky., and I of the ,Lubin company. The
n:: ) the real meat. As a result Mr. Branch J!many other interesting points. They i moving picture "Critic" states that
,W 9rlando'ming1ed had. to hunt. a physician to dress- the plan to take about two weeks,for the ;this is a strong offering of the type.
. (R-vWootea.of He always speaks the truth.In I
:withfdeads,: ,in/tlie'sty: yeetezdaHe ,run down. During the past summer conjunction with this feature an f THE SANITARY GROCERY

, ",.:.watj'a guest. .at;'"tfce Hfllaboro-- Siewert.has presided at the organ at exceptionally clever comedy,"Questionand
Tanpa. TribuBe., Mr. ,and Mrs. A. L. Weaks left the.Elite. theater, where the general Answer Man," featuring Arthur CARUTHERS & GORE

. Monday for Memphis where they will amusement going public has had a Johnson and Lottie Briscoe, will be
Phone 200
shown. You know just what to ex-
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, Miw3rne8dae Crux leaves today inane their home. A large number chance to make his acquantance' and pect from these clever artists.A .

for' iar week vacation;which she of,friends were at, the train to bid enjoy his playing. He is a true art- .show- for everybody. Don't miss 6 & 8 E. Pine Street i

:.expects'' ,",enjoyt: :.Medford',"Farm:, them'good-bye' and wish them all success ist, endowed with feeling and expres- it. MIMUHHIIMIilllllltimMmillllillllllHUHMIIIIIIHIIMIIIIMiimiM

' North'Carolina"I 6 / in life. Mrs. Weaks will be re- sion, and has had the happy facultyof ---

: = JF! '. membered as Miss Stella Hodges and making his music add to the pictures : IIII: : :::" :;::::':::'"

Mr ad Mrs.J,B.Lawton returned all her Orlando friends are sorry that shown. It isn't a rash .statement -

'tart J evil. ,from New Smyrna; she will make her home so far away. to say that very few cities the

where they .speat",&.d.y with Mr. size'of Kalamazoo have 'offered sucha

:, .iwil'.Mia, 'J'.Jl.,:Uwteo r ,.Sr. Mr.., J; L. Ferguson, of Jacksonville superior class of music to motion
". :;; i' -. was in Orlando yesterday in his picture patrons as has been furnishedby
: f ,Dr.RM.;: Backmwter;of 132 South car, being-on an auto trip down the Siewert. He probably will con- .'. '.' . '

'.Orange i avenue, is, at;;'home ,again Blast,:Coast and coming by Orlandoto tinue his, musical work in the South. ,

:after aiyscatien' of;'six',weeks spentTery renew old acquaintances. He is -Kalamazoo Gazette, 11th.

:, pleAsantly at St; Cteud;Fla.Itr. proprietor of: the Dixie Music company . .
. T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. We have received from
in Jacksonville and is
,:; 'f'1, prosper Conscientious work at fair prices. just
JJ='B.[ "Magreder:is back from ing. At,, one time Mr. Ferguson Phone 629. 106 Court St 8-23-tf

, "a.trip to:north'Florida' and'Georgia; owned the Cary-Elwes place at Con-

He combined.r ,.busifieas with pleasure way, but sold it,soon after acquiring 'Eat what you want the factory a fresh lot of 30x3 1-2 t

sridoitseacesa aloeg'both lines.G : it., Eat all you want
Take a postscript and forget it.
For sale by all druggists.. skid Goodrich which
G* B WI in the_Sentinel. first. Get the news first in the Sentinel l-7-d&w-lyr non Casings,
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'>. I r 10W'WAI. _AFFSCTS DAILY,,LIFE- PEO hE'S) 'WANTa I NOTICE J amber Laths and
tr' 1 Shingles
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l v I In Circuit Court; 7th Judicial Circuit, Orange
.' :(By ef :Dfr
4 ;dent ofzthe.IiiternatiOnal News .. Divorce.
tg ..HUNNIMAsNode. Paul Carland

f ,Barviee.) .r;. 00: .* i.-&. Wasted. For .81* F.r To, Paul Garland: <
I, Fans,:Sept 12.-How' war ,strips Beat etc. for this eolnan; see for one del .R It appears,from the affidavit of the eom- M NAIH LUMBER COMPANY.
three **., "LW t* no* ... for ilainant herein duly filed that the defendant
: Wf for ere :
Hfe of;a41>ut.i essentials and how
\ ( Ii ;wrd>>. or leu.MneJ' _* aceoptnj. is 'a non-resident of the' State of Florida
hone the relative .value of text that lie is over the age of twenty-one years
( ; r brings ., tht'acwrhamsnh'- far u BO and that he resides at Nenorri. North Caro-
; :tttags, is being_demonstrated here inBans insertions wiB.bt made on aedtf. ma.You ,
are therefore'ordered to appear to this
; today::whiteithe.' Germans :are WANTED-A good second hand automobile ' Bill on Monday the 6th day of October. 1914. ORLANDO
Jiaimncring:)at oar very gates.' .Take -no' "junkheap. Apply the same being a Rule day of this Court
'I, South and It is further ordered that this notice be,
,' OBe snail;instance, the kiosks, which Magnolia, House, corner published for four consecutive weeks in the
; ? Boone streets, between, 5 and 6 o'clock Florida Sentinel,
South a published
are.:the news:stands ,of Paris..: They m. 9-4-4t : in Orange County Florida.
p. -.
\ lire open;, of,.coarse for news "is as Witness my hand and official seal this September

h necessary"to the people as their daily :\For sale cheap,'a new: feather bed. 2, 1914. B. M. ROBINSON. Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime

-h stead. ,,Like-,food,the news is;being Call 312. *E. South- St. 9-12 Clerk .Circuit Court By M.Orange A. HOWARD.County Florida D. C. ,

its simplest least J. A.. ROWS

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machines; drop head. Singers, rotary
; convey meager White, rotary Standard, New FATING AND CURBING ORDINANCE

I, Harpsofthewarthat: ; ; the war .office Home, and other makes. Will be An Ordinance to provide for the paring and Statement of the Condition of the

Ji >allows' to disseminated.,, For,the sold cheap for cash this month. Call curbing certain streets in the City of Orlando.Be .
other'publications at Singer Office, or phone 32L C. B. it Ordained by the City Council of the \
most all >> are
:part '
: 8-11-tf City of Orlando: Orlando Bank & Trust Co.
Lindsay manager.
I I j...' TheweekliaggeeretI. have entirely dis Section L.That the following named streets ,
t shall be paved with brick of the width sped
I The comic l'eeklies.di FOR.BINT fied for each street and shall be curbed with Orlando, Fla,
o.t like,December:flies from, ,the first concrete curb fear by fourteen inches.
Avenue from
day, of:mobilization It was not only: FOR:RENT-Beautifu1"dwelling with Street North to Colonial Orange Drive.-fill in Washington with brick At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.
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width of 14 feetNorth
that there was nodemandfortbem, garage; elegantly furnished; on Orange Avenue. .Colonial Drive to RESOURCES.
:- :,.. 'though.'that'Was-true, but: they died Lake Lucerne. Jas.' A. KnOx. the connection with Lake Ivanhoe Boulevard

.',y 4 r ;) mainly because their staffs' were com- 8-27-tf extension Lake Ivanhoe of North Boulevard Orange extension Avenue 30 of feet.North. Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . ... . ? . $379,514

: posed mainly of young men who were FOR RENT .Orang South Avenue Orange to Avenue city limits from 18 end feet of brickat OYer.Drafts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 622 34

:1 it :called; to the.front.. A few' of theaecious.fuetrated Fourteen room house; modern,'uptodate Phillips' Garage to Lucerne Circle fill in Stocks and Bonds . . .,. . .. ... . . . . . 26,01833

; ''weeklies survive ; partly furnished, on Lucerne with South brick Orange of average Avenue width from of Lucerne 14 feet Circle Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37 "

\\J{:t a&d'they ,are' 'in great' demand. era.Circle J.F.Watidns.; with garden, fruit 7-SO-dAw-tf.and flow- to Gore Gore Avenue Avenue from 18 feet.South Orange Avenue II Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . 291,393 48

1 :For some;deep reason'of,high:pol to Enhl Avenue 24 feet /
Knhl Avenue from Gore Avenue to Southern
tt'icJ, no doubt, the English' papers have FOR RENT:"Two office spaces ,in city limits 20 feet. 'i $724,185 88

tt1 :be n CUt off.from Paris That (not our:.tore at No..9 W. Ehnrch street Railroad Central to Avenue Garland from Street Atlantic fill in Coast with brick Line LIABILITIES. .
; within the last few days, and will show PierceEtetricCo. :
I straage: Come in we you. 14 feet
1,1 since the Germans'have been so cloUt S-29-tf. Central Avenue from Garland Street to I Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000
. limits SO feetCentral
it :was noticeable in the early Western city Avenue from' Main Street to West I Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 39,96135

t 7of..the war;;while.still'there.was :MISCELLANEOUSTWO Street Central fill Avenue in with from brick West of width Street of to 14 Sum-feet. Re-Discounts . . . . . . . ..; . . . . . . None

,' .traffic between' ;Paris and ,London. MILK COWS for sale; one of merlin Street 24 feet BiDS Payable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None

: In,ifcvenge one e everywhere hiero- them has a young calf; both Jer- Lucerne Robinson Circle Avenue, entire from circle railroad 18 feet to Orange Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582,669 47

t' glyphks'strange' to" .the.eye'.of,, west-- seys; neither of them is old.' W. A. Avenue 24 feet. Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,55506
Maitland Fla. 9-13-lt Robinson Avenue from Orange Avenue to
era Europe Turkish,and Russian let Branner, East Street 24 feet
Avenue from Robinson Avenue to
: ta riBr. ,Roumanian papers, too, are BOARD AND ROOMS-House newly Colonial Magnolia Drive 24 feet. $724,185 88
t sold"in'the streets of Paris. Northern Hnghey Street from Central Avenue to
BOW furnished and remodeled. American Street 24 feet Reserve Carried by the Bank . :. . . . . $291,39348
:.The cafes close. tj eight! o'clock. cooking. $5 and $6 per week. Main Street from Confederate Monument to
Excellent' location. Magnolia House, Washington Street full width of present road Reserve required by Law . . . . . . . 116,53389
Their had to be taken by some-
; place t
corner South and Boone streets. Mrs. way Washington Street to Robinson Avenue

,. 'thkg;' for. it was'unthinkable that Marie Lewis, manager. 9-4-lm 24 Main feet.Street from Jackson Street to Lucerne Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59
Parisians excitement
with 'the of
,' Circle. 24 feet .
r, Mir,:she:.prospect-of. siege and bombar&ae&t FOR, sALE-A No. 1 saddle mare, Main Street from Jackson Street to Church Deposits on June 3Q, 1913 . . . . . . . $527,758

L ,"could go to bed with the or buggy horse. Address, care I.full West width.Street Central Avenue to Anderson Deposits. on June 3b, 1914 . . . . . . . 582,669 49

t\ .cofew.., :So the.Champs'Elysees have Wright's, Box 567. 9-2-tf Street 24 feetAnderson Street from West Street to DeLaney -

come_ into their own and from ten' tomidnight Rico sweet Street 24 feet INCREASED . . . . . . . . . $54,91148
NANCY. HALL and Porto DeLaney Street from Anderson Street to
from' Rond Point to ,the potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. lore 'Avenue 24 feet.
Jackson Street from Orange Avenue to the The management of the Orlando Bank &Trust Co. endeavors
dl I Place de Ja; Concorde, they are one detiTery. Cash. Apopka ?
ConiclcA' Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, full width of
vast salon, where the people of Paris Fla. 5-24-tf ,present roadway. to persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its

: :gather to gossip.'and'discuss the war. South Street from Orange Avenue to Atlantic treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
Coast Line Railroad full width of
"(" There is,little J hterand the voices Who is year. painter:and deeoraklrt'If.yoa roadwiy. present I Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and a *
are satisfied keep the one you Anderson Street from DeLaney Street to
: Balden: rise,;;above'.,a 'murmur. Soft hay;- if not, phone W. T. Entrican Lake Street 24 feet safely conducted bank are cordially invited.

:i' fl i4 have drinks their:are>'sold stations from along push the carts'curb.The which. PRIVATE Nel 688. BOARD-The' Longmere 1-20-tf I, Trenton mer Lake Concord Street.Street Street Avenue 24 from feet 24 from feetHUlcrest Anderson Magnolia Street Avenue to Pal-to ':II" :' : :::::: :::: ::::

.I LUx burgGordens remain, as at .Daytona Beach, can accommodate Avenue from Magnolia Avenueto

always she playground, of the children. six or 'seven people at $6 per Broadway 24 feet.
\ week. Two people $10 per week. Boone Street from Church Street to South DYNAMITING done in all its branches. WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL .
f : weeks since ?
; :But. in the.'five refurnished. Street. full width of present roadway.
: and
House recently land is
new Boone Street from South Street to Irvine Clearing our specialty.Let
mobilization. they >have,:gone to rack Address. C. M. Longe, Daytona Beach, Street 20 feet do work. Estimates
.,, and :ruin. \The.'falling leaves cover Fla. 9-3-3t Marks Street from Orange Avenue to Lake- us your FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
view Avenue 24 feet; Lakeview Avenue from cheerfully given. L. N. Lewis, 406S. FOR WOMEN
:the paths there'being no gardener
BILL TO' REMOVE_ CLOUD.In Marks Street to Lake Ivanhoe 16 feetChurch East street 7-14-lmo GAINESVILLE
Street from Garland Street to Par. i
because>> all the men have gone to war. TALLAHASSEE.
ramore Street 24 feet
.Everywhere is,dust and'desolation.. Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuit j Church Street from Main to West Street, College of Arts and Sciences;Normal School; -
Orange County, In Chancery. 1 flu in with brick. School of Music; School of Expression;
A8tnm sight of the
I' ... ; : typical, J.,H. Queal American Street from Atlantic Coast Line School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts:
times are the herds of sheep and cattle VB., Bill to Remove Cloud Railroad to Lucerne Circle 24 feet. I School! Modern Gymnasium with swimmingpool Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers
All unknown parties Adopted September 1, 1914. ne Cathedral coo ; basket ball and tennis courts:new and College, Experiment Station; Extension Division
pastured. in- the Bois- de Boulogne; claiming interest E. F. SPERRY. modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormi- ; Graduate School Ten new brick build
':which,.has returned to the ,pastoral under Britton Dixon. I Mayor. tories have all modern conveniences; new ings besides gymnasium swimming pool and
deceased. Attest: CARL JANSEN. dining room and kitchen most hygienic in many subsidiary buildings 61 officers, Instructors
; 'age. Hundreds 'of animals are quartered To all parties claiming interests under Brit- \ City Clerk. ORLANDO FLORIDA Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 countiesand and assistants. 354 young men
'li blue, and oil 'the ton Dixon deceased in the Southeast (Formerly known u Pell.CUrk School) I 12 states last session. '; Florida counties and 24 States and
'i, race course quarter of Section 32, in Township 22, TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last session.
,at Long ,ChampS_ The grass plots ,South,Range 82 East in Orange County, ,NOTICE OF ELECTIONTo REOPENS OCTOBER 7 I School Board and entrance foes for the' TUITION FREE Board and Entrance Fees
$124.00. For catalogue write 113150
Florida year per year. Write today for catalogue
>hive:been_fenced off.to afford' grazing You are hereby ordered to appear to the the Sheriff of Orange County of the A Boarding tad Day School for GlrIlI I I. EDWARD CONRADL President A. A. MUBPHREE President
for the cattle which been bill filed In this cause on December 7. 1914. State of Florida: ,
> % places have Regular and Special Conner-Primary,
at the Court House In Orlando, Florida.Jt
I Be it Known. That L H. CLAY CRAW. I
t iZ driven..into".'the city from the ,surrounding is farther ordered that this order be i FORD Secretary of State of the State of Marie Intermediate Art-Elocution and Academic-Physical Grades Culture- WOOD FOR SALE FOR SALE
published once a week for twelve successive Florida, do hereby give notice that a
to be Science-Admirable Situation
slaughtered Domestic
weeks prior to said December 7, 191(. in the GENERAL ELECTION tad Surroundings Climate Healthful Nursery stock, one, two, three and
=t- .for., food if,the .siege,really,comes. South Florida Sentinel a newspaper pub- Will be held in Orange County. State of Careful Home Life-Capable Teachers For the month of August I will few year old buds; Foster Early
lished in Orange County aforesaid. Florida on Tuesday next succeeding the first ,
1. ,The MoBtmartre of,the artists and Witness my hand and the seal of the said Monday in Novmber. D. 1914 the said Low Rates.Rev. sell, at my farm, pine at 85 cents per Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash

f4 'the.:tourists, is: dead, or,,at least inJ' Circuit Court this '4th. day of September Tuesday being the Roderick P. Cobb Bishop Mann. strand, and oak at $1.00; also some
.. A. D. 1914. THIRD DAY OF NOVEMBER Rector. President saw logs cheap. A. S. Hodges, R.1, ington Navel: Address Mrs. M.Kahl$
aTstateTof. , suspended .animation.. It B. M.. ROBINSON. For United States Senator from'the State of I Orlando. 7-30-lm Apopka, Fla Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
integral vital Clerk Circuit Court Orange County, Florida. Florida for six years from March 4. 1913.
: sever, was :a very ,or For Representative from the Fourth Congressional -
11 .part of Paris.and it was the first to District 01 the State of Florida, hi
t 'go., :The clearing house of.cosmopol- the States.Sixty-fourth Congress of the United :III.'III \\\" \,,\\\,\\\\,\\,\++*" \\\\ MMMIIMK**\\"HW"H+*" t

t lulu pleasure has'closed its,doors and $1.25 For Commissioner of Agricult'ir of the
State of Florida.
i" quenched its lights; There is. sterner For Two Justices of the Supreme Court cf
i h' hand., the State of Florida. &PJwr.jm..sf
on For Two Railroad Commissioners of the
:A'little deserter from the'front was State of Florida. .
f (\ For Two Members of the House of Repre
Ij! found by a"policeman, wandering sentatives of the State of Florida
beveled and in of" then Excursion. For Sheriff
enfeebled .one
? For County Assessor of Taxes.
boulevards... 'If 'was 'a long-haired For Tax Collector. Were
For County Treasurer.For They to
ff\ ;spaniel.with on its collar the name of : Five County Commissioners. :

f i t Hs reginment" "The- ..TweI ty-sixih Cyclist ' TOTAMPA. For Public Three Instruction.For Members. of the County Boardof :

1, Chasseurs.": The deserter Was Justice of the Peace in and for the following I

j taken to the_police station and pending No. 14.Justice Districts viz:

i:: Inve t ca&yaa washed and fed. No.No. 15.20. be Married Soon

::1 Iti: developed that, the ,regiment: to No. 22.

;!, which it, belonged waS'uSually stationed For Districts Constable! vis: and. for 'the .following-- Justice :

,J. at Vincennes, but had been one N&2.

.of;.the first. sent, to the ,front .:TheN No. a.I .
: : t. mt No. 10.
SldaySep1.e .I No. 14. Cmc to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of
f' :opinion was .that they deserter, at the
No. 15. four or five rooms. They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable*
fled. No. 22. yet the amounf ol money which they had available for the furnishing of their
VIA In Testimony Whereof. I tare here into
f set my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the home made expensive peices prohibitive.

t GERMAN BARK CAPTURED I this State the of twenty-fourth Florida at Tallahassee day. of August the Capital A. D. They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.

.J *.--'' 1( .1914.L.( .S.) H. CLAY CRAWFORD We ,offered a lew suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were

-j f Capetown"Union. of South Africa, Mlantic oast tine To J. F. Gordon Sheriff Secretary Orange of County.State. much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums *of what they

f Sept ,12.-The Q&rman"bark.Heinz. 8.29-td. thought they should want.

( c eighty-six, .days, 'from Cardiff with MASTER'S SALE After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doing
l1 coal and coke," :was captured by aBritish'ship.and The Standard Railroad of the South
back and their
brought to" 'Simona Under and by Tirtue'of a decree of fore- the best possible with their appropriation they came placed orb
closure and sale rendered by the Honorable
town'today, James W. Perkins, Judge of the Seventh Judicial .der with us.This.
A I Special TrainWill Circuit of the State of.Florida sitting is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are
in Chancery for Orange County, in a certain
r.; BRITISH. WARSHIP. CAPTURES I cause pending in said Court wherein The '
-- State Bank of Orlando a'corporation is pleasing.We
". ,!BRITISH STEAMER I leave Orlando at 7.43 'aj&, and I complainant, and Whet Groover and Irma carry an extensive stock ol serviceable, attractive homefurnishings

1 M. Groover are defendants the undersigned grading from the lowest priced which are good, to the very best. Your appropriation -
China : i it will
12. Reports leave
Shanghai, Sept returning Tampa 5.30 p.m. as Special Master in Chancery will sell to
: from Hongkong say: the'Britishsteamer I the highest bidder for cash in front of the for furnishing your home may be anything from $175 toicooor more

Singan has been',taken by a'l For information call on Ticket Agent, the Court legal House hours door of in sale Orlando on Florida during -you can make the most of it with us.

.t' British"warship! _on the high seas,. 20 i or MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 7. 1914
the mortgaged property referred to in said
5 ,mUeaToutade of,Manila bay, at which j decree to-wit: -

point: she had,taken. I(a load of tea J., KIRKLAND, D., P. A., The northwest Quarter of the southwest
\ quarter of section ten (10), township twenty-
from' a German freighter, : Tampa, Florida. ty (22)'south ofrange twenty-nine (29) east
U' less one acre square in the northwest corner ,Kincaid & Snowden
:1 :; ;" thereof situate lying and being in the Countyof
What : Have
Might Been Orange and State of Florida. Terms cash.

:Some, people:.think it would have Hew To Qhro Qotehe To CU&ea.ne. Purchaser to pay for:titles.
taken.Colonel Roosevelt. fully. a month PEHII.IXR1s thetrade-ewk ume dftD to an Special Master in Chancery.,
, t\ t ,to get- this country into"the'European bapromt*to take and does. ItifctTasteleSynippleas.a not disturb the stomadL.. Massey Solicitors&; Warier for Complainant Firnitire:: ol I Ckaraeter at Popular Prices

!' wr if/he had been Pre&idelit.Char- Children tab It aDd never bow it Is QuiDiDe.
The' sale is continued from September 7,
'lea:'News' and, CourierReadit take also ordinary especially Quinine adapted Does to adults not nauseate who cannot nor 1914to. October.5,1914. . ; Cor. Main. : d.Pine: $ts.. Orlando Florida
: cute netwanaea norrlginto the bad. ,
f"" ' .. It be nest time yon Deed Quinine for anyparpow Don't neglect to take a_ look*at the ',jp sp ,. IP: +..a. -T*-- . <', --.. " - , -
r Ask for *-omce original A M A *fLm.m m.* m.m m m* t
: iii&e Seatinel"Srst. : The .
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: /\ _.. ;,. ? : Stylish, comfortable, pleasure car, seating five passengers -
I) :.i1: ; i\ ',AS THE OAK': S with room to spare. The graceful German low "NEW OAKLAND"stream -
line body, the silver V shaped

: radiator, .the heavy crown, fenders and the broad running
ife. irryeaf. f- KG THINGS for tfc.OaJdandMhe NEW OAKLAND ,
boards, give it beauty and style unsurpased even in
': .' :'\, ',.\- car a year_in advance of-all others i ... the highest priced cars. The "NEW OAKLAND," :Model

J'j.' = X M 37, is, a unity of beauty, power, economy and service- f
'NeW &auty -X'; :;More,. Power, X ',Greater Economy X Utmost Comfort L- ,l a car you will be proud to drive,alongside of the best of p
*i 1i 1 \ ', / ,' ; ,, them and enjoy the comparison.The .

O', .._,.-. '," ,"3Q .- .. ,1' four cylinder, silent Oakland-Northway motor
' '; provides more than will need
'i power you ever ; marked
.1 1'r economy: in fuel consumption has been accomplished by
x H jf' :fr reducing the weight of the car and equipping it with the Oakland-Stewart vacuum gaso

6 lene feed, doing away with the pressure system.,

*. The low construction of the car without decreasing the road clearance adds to the
safety, comfort and joy of riding. Fully equipped with Standard, Delco Starting

Lighting, and Ignition system, with automatic spark advance, Non-skid tires in rear,
Oakland One-man top, absolutely true to name, Heavy Crown Fenders, extra large
valves, Tungsten steel, divided Windshield, Speedometer, Electric Horn, operated from
center of steering wheel, Headlights with dimmer, Shroud light, Tail light, Tools,
License Tag Brackets, in fact every modem improvement and convenience for the com-
t r b( tt Il fort and safety of-the driver and passengers.

a41LAV Watch for our light six adds, also roadsters and speedsters. Prices from S1150 to
/ ,I a / & loddcJ7'S' $1775.

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Mostyreadersrof, newspapers and
,publishers are not familiar with

f many the. '..laws i. governing. ; " ;' subscriptions., REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
Here are,the decisions of
court' the' t. .They are
v n ?"*"<" ,
interesting and we are'gladf (the,opportunity COOK WITH
to pint them for the bene A Longer Season For }

'ttof: our subscribers,:; .* % .
J uSubscris who do' not give..;',ezcoiltrery ,Florida Citrus FruitsHeretofore
,} 'press':notice,to the ,are
; 'as wishing, to renew their sub, Florida fruits'have,had too short a season. The 1. Convenience 6. Speed
; criptio & I fine prices usually secured for late oranges and grapefruit could
1 '':'uu,.atie subscribers'order a disconuancewof be had on a much larger volume of fruit than the State now 7.
.:;' : ; Mr '}ttbUcations', the ,markets and for a longer,period. 2. Comfort Efficiency

publisher> .inaycwitfcueto'send them ,Buckeye Nurseries have urged the planting of late varietiesfor '
'until.aU does are paid.: Safety
,' : many vears.: Many of the most prosperous growers of the State 3. Cleanliness ,
af the subscriber.:"rofusea .to take owe their success to this advice. The best late oranges and '
'.i.-: periodicals: ( 'iio .the; postoffice' 'to, grapefruit were introduced by Buckeye Nurseries. 4 9. Perfect Regulation'
f ;which they'are directed, he.is responds Simplicity
i'ble until fee.. 'has settled his bill and ''Buckeyeflurseries Catalog of Heat
: ordered hie paper,discontinued.*v- V 5. Accessibility
'"If subscribers move to' ,other 10. Economy :
Tells What to Plant
places' wont :informing ,the: ,publisher s i
c: and ,.the.'i pea are:',sent. to Also itsxve"' ?suggestions for selecting location of grove and on every other I '< -
'" 'the formeriddress; 'the" subscriber:isneldiresponsible phase of tau is fruit culture. It is complete guide to success and all its .
,, advice has been tried out in the experience of successful: growers \
f -> Varieties: are described in detail; many of them are fflustraW in natural I
J '"Thelcoarts_ have',held that 'refus: colors Some of|the best groves of the State are pictured to show proper CLEANLINESS
t ::'in g:to,-take"periopicals from the pqstoffi methods of planting;cultivation fertilization spraying,marketing eta
!t '- 'pr/'removing''' leaving'T themuncalledfor ,Too expensive to permit of indiscriminate distribution the book is free to ,
.evidence all intending planters. You will be welcome to a copy if you write for it Cleanliness is one of the greatest. items, in favor of the Gas Range.
/ ; :;is.,prima fade > while we bare supply on hand-edition is limited.
'. *'$: l.intention'to defraud. 'f 'BUCKEYE ,NURSERIES / The ALL GAS KITCHEN is always clean and is very easily kept clean,
flf:Isubscribers pay,.in:advance they
to .we: -bound .give;notice:at the end '1036 CITIZENS BANK'BUILDING because there'are no Mndlings or dirty fuel to litter up the floor and no

:o# thetiti a if.theydo lot wish to'continue ;.1 "TAMPA.FLA.BuckeyeTreesBear. ashes
; or waste to be carried out every day. Because there is no smokeor
., 'taking it;,otherwise.the Bubscri---
'berls',responsible':until express: noticewith'Payment'of soot to mess things up and make the kitchen look like a boiler room.'

= all'arrearage,*s Make your' kitchen clean and sanitary.COOK .
r 'sent.to the'pub1i er; t
: submitted to. Peter,
The above was; WITH :
of Jackson-
y A pignan.postmaster
Et vine, anct his,:reply:follows-'J :,' I b 4I
"IajaSiotin; ;, a,'position"to- state. I, lllllllllllllllillll'JI""I'lllli' II
what" ,rthe: court":rulings: :are on:this SPRAY NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE I
subject, lean! .':only:say that- "-the'posT I r ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO a
'tajjlawsfand: regulations direct that SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY
,.a subscription :.that::has expired:and
bas-not been-'renewed within a,year, GAS DEPARTMENT "
'is,- 'no longer'aftbSUitiMl, .'and,' must' Kills every White Fly'Larvae, Scale, Rust Mite -
'not b&.nccepted forr"mailing_ at 'thesecondclassj and, Red Spider that is ,hit. Removes sooty mold M.M.M.M < l 11H 11 M111
,rate, of ,postage--one and insures and fruit. HH miiimiiimiHi IIIII IIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'
; healthy trees. bright September .
neat ounL This,' will m d'in
per >? you
and October two of the best months for
/' ,section.419, paragraph J, of the,Pos WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
for White and Scale. Prevents insects
tadLawsandBegnlatwna."Further: : ., spraying Fly 3
,.a'paper'-thatremains, in from sapping trees all winter, and brings them AND DO ALL KINDS OF

the 'offic'fcfuadeliverable J ,' or, that has ;out in a good, healthy condition :in the spring thus OPTICAL REPAIRING $8 arIGston and Return $8

s bl. .refused by the" ..adressee, the insuring'a good, healthy growth and bloom.J. .
i publisherof gaper.must'be notified
.,'and'if.he faHa'to 'discontiue the SCHNARR & CO. '(Mario Florida. VIA"Clyde ''
paper:;within' thirty-five days,.all papers .

:received tit,theexpiration; of,that Schaarr's Insecticide will not injure the White Fly

''publish-rat .Fungi.- 9-9 D. and. W 2-M: Line
,one cent ior each two ounces, or f rac- MllllliiililliiltMMtmiMllimilliltllMIIIMIITHE
y.Y '
t If on'c wish James (Soceettor to Dr. a P. Lima) First Class, Meals and Berth Included
; :, you,: you can.write to .
: 'B- ," Maher,.dark.of the supreme court, ORLANDO. FLORIDA RI

Washington: ,-',D.: C,-Florida 'Metrop "" .JfIJ& .sl
olis., This special rate good on any of the Company's
'\. FOR SALEAT steamers August 22nd to October 17th JJ

C xcr.: .xv inclusive.
t"i :" MARKET A-
>' .;:: ,The, ',CGvekad Plain Dealer' says \ Return Limit 10
,-";. ',tiw elevation of. Benedict '_XV comes Days
..ftt.acritical. time" in 'world. history.'' J BARGAINThree
Of Cleanliness Of
The greatest{ of Wars. is being fought Quality Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every

: There.is'indeed,'no religious,issue at Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
FRESH AND SALT HEATS ten acre tracts on
stake;_Catholks ,,are,fighting.againstCatholies"and ;
Orlando and Kissimmee road
11; non-Catholics against FISH AND GAME ,
uorCatliolie& ,But the l influence; of only two and one half miles For reservations and further particulars.apply to
-,,'the churrh'may none the less.be con- Kept vrier the I bit auitaiyErerythbiff csldItlem&

;iderablel'lA: :Pope withtbeinstmctsof screened away free the lies, aid kept frtsfcaadpwe. from the post.offlc, Orlando. H. 'G. WENZEL Fla. Pass.
f a stattaaan-well as" the con. ., Will -sell one or all. The Agent

-7'f""wield.science.a aadayegathy" t"P m'for"rooo.of priest; "may The We Ufite iuptttlea tad zwraRtee atl aetiea. We tore price will double :when.,the 122'W.-Bay St. JACKSONVILLE

'enlire'Christian thatBet everytlu-iI the Meat Ue. brick road is, laid* .Other {
:world. will hope '
XV,may.be-able" 'in.so ned,' = i small tracts f for grove" purposes -

gree/:'toCtvancetbe, :;,reign.'oi: the The PARLOR MARKET I at buying values. ,Also
:'Prince ol.: Peace_:&.za, =>:world'which. t [; ;The ,Sentinel:is the only progressive 4
,:. seems suddenly- -: to:have ,forgotten E M. Self & Co. desirable' groves aniS,;fcityproperty 'metropolitan morning paper between OSTEOPATHY 4

Him., I at prices/t.. ,com* Jacksonville and Tampa. Send
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<' ,!,,' ,.t r.' '.', [Belgians With Their New Allies
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Sept. a dispatch
i : Inside a.State Bank Check-book: awaits j
an"army of assistants.. Our checks are from Ghent the correspondent of the A ;
: :the'most, .trustworthy' assistants you can !Daily News says that after two days Battle : . -
-" ; ., have 'for they ;carry money in absolute IOf investigation he has confirmed the

; ; ; .. safety. .*- "..*. *H statement that Russian troops are in U: II It Ft! Against Waste Thru Personal { :
town country they will Belgium.
I Across or across : :
and Home
.go to. the one "person you direct. And Afternoon papers of Ghent, the correspondent :.o Expenses .. '
a back. (remember this point) ;
they come: says, published last Saturday :.
back legally receipted. .t
-they come: this statement:
An account In the National
An. army of trustworthy checks costs "The German army has been cut : Peoples

x. ,you nothing. .By, starting your checkingaccount at Countenberg, between Brussels, and tIDft j Bank wffl prove to .be \ .
t here, they,are yours to command Louvain, by a Belgian army rein- : '.
to forced by Russian troops." ': : : A Fortress of
His investigations confirmed this, tIuh1 : Strength : j

: "The .State, Bank. of Orlando. "but what where their numbers these Russians may be it are would and :t i L I i in time. of your need, and establishes '"';:, ;z zr
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< Continuing, the correspondent men : your standing in the community .' .
\.K i tions the possibility that the Russianis Illul; .

a Belgians.not the only army reinforcing the f;.:..";-. .,:..;f :Y1 L ,,..-..;:,.;,. .J
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t: ; .--.;.... SION PROPOSED Cornish N. H., Sept. 14.-Before :: :: ..... ....... '. .; .... .. ...
i. ., :NttbMlLettteCttMgo departing for Washington today Pres-
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:, Washington, Sept 14.-A national ident Wilson played a round at golf
:'- tJ,? .. ,4::7,',Brooklyn:Pittabwg' '3.4.Borten market'commission, as a semi-official with his physician, Dr. C. T. Gray- (D _
states'counties and son. Dispensing with the customary ;
a.a .pykddpfek.2-10, New York 8-6. body to organize ,
localities for economic distribution of escort of secret service men the pres- ,. <
f LetfMBrooklyn'o.lBdanapolifi ..
farm products to,meet the high cost ident and Dr.-Grayson left the summer ..
t >: '10. of living, was advocated before the White.House before 7 a. m., and g: : .: t r ? ?? ?} \ i: ; : tf; :!f; .t f: ::; ;;tiJi;;=i : f1fJjt:.. ?r t 1: ::.} i} ,
f"Y ,. ,Pi'du -vg"';'s..Chicago 2. 2k house agriculture committee today by motored to Hanover, twenty miles .. 1
; David,Lubin, director of the International away. The ground was covered with
Blo 12, St.- Institute df Agriculture at frost and Mr. Wilson, had to bundle ARRANGING FOR BELGIAN COM. in New York until the time for their 35 EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS AT
: Rome. Mrj('Lubin wanted the United himself in big. coat to keep warm. MISSION TO MEET MR. reception at the White House had AREQUIPA PERU
; t I '."Wseliigtea 8:0,'Boston 1-3. States ,to adopt the system of han- Mr.. Wilson planned to leave for WILSON been determined..
; : I- (;::York,:l, PhilAdelpnia 2.. dling farm products used in Germany, Washington at 2:46 p. m. today, arriving - Lima, Peru, Sept 14. The earth-
.Cleveland 4, Detroit 6. Austria and other countries. at the capital tomorrow morn- Washington, Sept. 14.-The Bel- NORTHWESTERN FRANCE IS quakes in the department of Arequipa
I I' ..it.1.fiie'6. . ; CSacago 6. Twelve-- inr I proposition,embodied in a jointresolution I ing. gian minister, E. Havenith, today CLEAR OF GERMANS continue. Yesterday 35 shocks some
:.> 1.; '.-.....1.cIarD- eL by Representative Goodwinof asked Secretary of State Bryan to arrange London, Sept. 14.-As showing how very violent', were recorded at Vara-
: League Arkansas is for presidential appointment RUSSIAN ARMY AGAIN BEFORE for the reception by President northwestern France has been clearedof vdi, which was destroyed last week.
'rt.. Mobik 5, Memphis' 0. .'. of fifteen farmers and KOENIGSBURG FORTS Wilson of the Belgian commission the invaders, the president of the The tremors continue today
':; t' ,New Orkaas;'NadnriDe 4. fourteen men eminent, in commerce, which comes to protest against alleged chamber of commerce of Rouen today !
; P .Atkata;'3,'Birmingbam 1. law,'finance'and.transportation,"with Paris, Sept It-The correspondent German atrocities. Mr.,Bryan telegraphed to"Lloyds as follows: T.F. HOURIHAN, Licensed fair Plumber. ,
Conscientious work at prices.
5 ', i '.a-tt mooCa 6, Montgomery- 3. power to act in so'far as only affect- of the Havas agency says it has been telegraphed President Wilson at Cor- The port of Rouen is now able to Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf
"i 11 i - ing individuals and organizations that announced in Petrograd that a Rus- nish, :N. H., asking when he would receive -I take coal laden steamers for Rouenor
r. ." It doeea't toe much Of:a-.leader tc, shall elect to become a part of a national .- sian army is again before Koenigs- the Belgians. Mr. Havenith Paris, river navigation now being Try Sentinel classified advertise-
Iii. .a''man.iato- .'teptatioDe. marketing.'system.i burg, east Prussia. said the commissioners would remain free." ments if wanting to buy, sell or rent

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