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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 16, 1914
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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i iJ ; "' 'ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 191t NUMBER 187.inEATING .

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: :, . .. SUCCEED.m.CROSSING,WVER UNDER FIRE,AND I SUPTS. M' NNON TAlK G GERMANS[ DEFEATED[ [ me!
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' \ ,;FUmmE' .- ALLOWS. THAT. 'WILL.. DECIDE I A ASSESSMENT[ [ OF f MANYLOSTLIVES J Y l t .

= .IF'1VAR IS TO ,CONTINUE. IN.FRANCE j -. ON &I'IOOLMAIlERS R RUSSIANFORCE[

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CITY REMAINS[ IN TERRIBLE[

::1)50,000) ; Austrians Now .Advancing On NO REASON WHY SCHOOLS I GEN. VON HINDENBERG REPORTS .

.CAN NOT OPEN ON DECISIVE VICTORY -

the:Hungarian.Capital TAE--, 13MILLS IN-PRUSSIA WRECK K


4 :0; { '- ', '- i ,by Befeiftft i awl' English Forces, .GermansFre Feels a' Great Interest in Orlando Claims. to Be Destroying the ,

Confirmation of High School and Hopes TAX FOR 1914 WILL BE AT Large Russian Force in FAST FRISCO TRAIN GOES '
'Wi Ir;. *, the Belo Capital-No ,
v Personal
Differences Will SAME RATE AS LAST Front of His THROUGH BRIDGE IN

r.t! Gffteral.Von,Kink Surrendered Larger Be Eliminated YEARNotwithstanding CommandBerlin MISSOURI -

:!, A 'Nwber. TrOOF Belgian Inflicting Severe -
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,1 :' 1! J'II,G Bus'N ar MaliHcsv In view of what had appeared in 'l Sept. 15. (By wireless to
: k v the papers to the effect that State Superintendent VAlUATIONS INCREASE $$291,940' New York via Sayville, L. I.-It was I I MOST T OF f DEAD Wffif DRONE0[

[Parfe; Sept 15,-'(Special.)-A furious battle is raging north Sheats and County Superintendent officially announced in Berlin today I _
R \ McKinnon had made it
Council Will Meet This Heavy Rains Had Weakened the
'(;' of the.river:Aisne,:where the Germans have halted their retreat, impossible for Prof. R. L. Moon to City that 'General Von Hindenberg had

: t ;temporary earthworks'and turned to resist. the oncomallies serve as principal of the Orlando Morning to Make Up Estimates telegraphed Emperor William that Structure and Thirtyfiveto

."-:.. ,; $, who'have,been' hanging persistently at their heels for high school, Superintendent McKinnon and Fix Millagefor the Russian army of Vilna, composed Forty Drowned in
g; of the second, third fourth and
asked Mr. Sheats for'a statementand 1914 twen- Creek
,
.7 srHie -, received the following telegram tieth army corps, two reserve divis- -
[ :line))t.baW&'1.rlc ,will decide; whether the German army :yesterday ions and five divisions of ,cavalry,
: a substantial in- Springfield, Mo., Sept. 15.-Between
'vial be'.driven' 'from- France' probably ,to pursue the war on German -. "Hon. J. F. 'McKinnon, Orlando, have been completely defeated by the hirty-five and forty-five persons were
in assessed valuation in both
crease
: soil,:follows'generally ,the course of. the.river,Aisne.and that Fla.: Any teacher successfully take Germans. The Russian casualtieswere killed or drowned and a score of others -

,f Stiipte',and,extends :from',the.forests: to the north of Com- ing state certificate will not be debarred real and personal property for the heavy." injured early today when the locomotive -
1914 1913 the will
year over millage The number of Russian prisonersis
? piekne about half the western from the principalship of a baggage car and forward
t to the:,town of Vienna, way up remain the same as last year, thirteen increasing, General von Hindenberg
.; v high school because he has not taughtin chair car of St. Louis & San Francisco -
slope of Argonne Ridge. Florida. This mills. The commissioners :were goes on, and the destruction of
in train No.
was explained a 5 plunged through a
'*Ih operations. are. reported to be under the direction of the circular W. N. Sheats." very anxious to ,reduce the millage the Russian army_. continues. There trestle over Brush creek near Lebanon -
. .
-
-- -- - DUI with the large amount; of public have been of
f German, crown :prince, with headquarters ;Mont Faucon. Superintendent McKinnon said that spoils war in enormous Mo., and were submerged by
:The"anny (,thecrown prince himself suffered defeat in its attack he saw no occasion for excitement or improvement under way have found it quantities.The the swollen stream.
impossible to do so, and at a special Russian Grodno has
on'the:,French'line between Verdun and Toul, where the Germai alarm on account.of the failure of meeting to be held at eight o'clock been defeated army at It Most of the dead were drowned in
at
Lyck. comprisedin
Prof. Moon to' for
qualify the prin the chair car and a
great proportionof
attempted_ to break through :in order to form a junction this morning the council will make addition to the twentysecondcorps
tt cipalship of the.Orlando school. He these were women and children
if with. the supporting force east ,ot the river Meuse. suggested that Misses DeLaney and up their estimate for the year and it the remnant of the sixth corps Those who were able to escape from

: .fhe',allies.are attacking 'a superior force; and thus far in theengagement Ray, assistants to the principal, were is practically agreed that the millagewill and a part of the third Siberian corps. their watery prison fought their way

t L 'the advantage-has rested with'the French,and Brit- thoroughly competent to organize and I remain the same as last year. The German headquarters announced. out by breaking windows and swim-
The footings ,of the 1914 ,assess last
that
: supervise the high school and 'the "at midnight night ming to shore. It is estimated that
r. 'lshThe ments, as completed yesterday morning the heavy fighting in France was still
grammar school department of the there were sixty-five in
fighting started with'rally by the pursued Germans when by Assessor Boone, show an in undecided. The French assault, it passengers
school the chair
high building, while Prof. Sim car. .
,the British'were attempting to cross the,river'Aisne.:, who holds crease of $297,940 over 1913, the large said, had been repulsed.A .
,
4 mons a state certificate, Owing to poor communication it is
'r ,The:,vicious'attack rearward was,on.the :British ranks protecting could-serve as acting principal, exercising est increase being in real estate val dispatch received here from Con- impossible to give a definite estimateof

1 ;the. engineers. .and... :/the''British. . ,",finally succeeded.. ... ,in forcing,'a a general supervision of the uations. The .total assessment is stantinople says that certain British how many escaped. None of the
'" t. ; $5,350,598 as compared with $5,052-
"passage& .without'great.loss, 'Once,the'English-troops were safely whole work. Thus the schools could 658 for 1913. naval instructors committed in Turkey, accusedof sleeping cars left the track and the

'lodged on'the'north side of the river :the crossing the,Frenchright open on time and proceed satisfactorily having depredations, passengers in these quickly formed
The valuations are divided as to have been prevented from doing fur-
while
a permanent principal is rescue parties.
,and,left supportwas a.comparatively easy,task. real estate, railroad and telegraph ther harm. It is further declared in
being secured. One man in the chair car lost his
Mum: the main body ,of;Germans were under cover of the Prof. McKinnon expressed the hope and personal.?are as follows: this message that the wireless appa- wife and five children. When the accident
_________
Real estate $4,428,940 ratus has been removed from the
fighting, which covered.the! rear, and; ,had'a chance to reform,but :that,no personal feeling would be al- occurred he was thrown clearof
...__._
R. R. and Telegraph 166,758 British in .
embassy Constantinople.GERMANS
-'. :Bechance' to,restfor; the fagged soldiers were driven to digging I lowed'to interfere with the success- Personal property ________ 754,900 the car and swam to shore. His
if.I: ;trenches'and tlirowmgup'breastworks, which now mark the front ful conduct of the schools. He said wife and children died while he stood

they,are\ "..defending;,, the work of education is of too great Total _________________$5,350,598The [ S STIll OFFERSTUBBORNRESISTANCE helpleSsly nearby.
importance to be hindered by personal According to meager information
%. :The; riglitof'tlietGirnian' : center: army has taken up a strong! position 'differences, and that there 1913 assessment'was as follows reaching here the train plunged

north:of.Rheims.. 'and'Chalons., should be the heartiest co-operation : [ [ through a bridge over Brush creek,
a. Real estate _____________$4,172,260R.
The,Amiens detachment'oftheGerman, army,,which retired to- of school officials and patrons duringthe a small stream four miles east of
: R. and Telegraph ______ 142,728
_
w'wards' St: Quentin"andPeronne: after the evacuation of. Amiens, term soon to open. Referring to Personal property ..-._____ 737,670 Lebanon. Heavy rains recently, it is
the teachers'. warrant trouble he said FIGHTING YESTERDAY BY believed, weakened the structure.
has been defensively,pressed to the east of Rheims on'the line of

,z. the'old forts:Nogent,) tAbaseVitry'and:Bremont. that issue had reference to the last Total __-____-___-___..$5,052,658 WESTERN AND CEN- The sTexas Limited" is one of the
term alone; that itis in no way related best equipped trains of the Frisco.
On;the)allies' right, wh rbe.French:have been opposing the to the school year before us,i It is claimed ,by city officials that TRAL ARMIES The train left St. Louis last night at
Orlando'has the lowest municipal as-
,,army.:of.the crown prince,:the Germans have ,been, doubled,back and its ,shadow should not be projected sessment of city of its class in 8:32 o'clock for Galveston and carried

onMain;: ,:inFrance"and;, '.on,Metz,,D.elme, and Chateau Salinz, all to darken the coming year and the state, and any no city is'making more North of River Aisne and Northof I three Pullman sleeping cars, two
its work. coaches, a baggage car, a smoker and
and Chalone
,
in, wrr iI e., 'r substantial and rapid improvements. Rheims I
Superintendent McKinnon said he a diner. All the equipment was of
The allies have'reoccupied Fort in the Woerve district. While Eastren ArmyIs
-. . Troyon ,' felt a"deep interest in the Orlando steel.
The situation f at Vosges'and in Alsace is reported unchanged.f .- : BASEBALL RESULTS RetreatingParis
school and that he was always readyto An-early report sent by a physicianwho

.; : 'reportlcu, rent; during the J day that General Von Kluk anda contribute to its success in every was on the wrecked train said

large number.of his'troops. ,had been captured, is unconfirmed in way possible, earnestly desiring that Federal League Sept. 15.The western and at least twenty passengers and the

circles.; .: this, the one senior high'school of the Brooklyn 2, Indianapolis 9. central armies of the German forces engineer: and fireman were drowned.A .

county, be, conducted on a high plainof Pittsburg 0, Chicago 6. continued their resistance today. special relief train left here imme-
i efficiency. Buffalo 1, St Louis0. diately for the scene of the wreck.
ENGLISH;AND)= BELGIAN- OPs HAVE REOCCUPIED | Baltimore 11, Kansas City 5. north of the river Aisne and north of

BRUSSELS WAR RISK' INSURANCE, TOTALS I National League Rheims and Chalone, while the eastern BRITISH CAPTURE A GERMAN
... is This is the
,army' retreating. FORCE IN AFRICA t
LondonSept.15.Special.Tile. $3,222,000. ''I Pittsburg'' ,9, Cincinnati 0. ,
: ( reoccupation Brussels by l substance of the French official communication .
,Belgian I I Boston 7, Brooklyn 5. .
and.Britishtroops-is reported tonight in an undated ,dispatch -
given out this afternoon. London
; 15.-A from
15.-War. Sept dispatch
; WashingtonSept.. ,risk '4 New York 3.
to:the Star, which ,said'passengers'on tonight's Flushing Philadelphia ,
The text of the communication is as
to I Capetown to Renter's says the fourth
insurance amounting $3,222,000has
'
; '" boat declared-that'.Flushing; they were told the Anglo-Belgian American League
eleven vessels follows: South African mounted rifles, com
been written by
}arrayof:75,000 nien now occupies the :Belgian capital and the Germans New York 1, Philadelphia 3.
the federal insurance bureau. Applications -I "On our left wing during yesterdaythe manded by Colonel Raetson, after two
'.,' .. : have alreadyevacuated... * Brussels.'. for $3,000,000 more are pend- ISt.. Louis-Chicago; wet groundS: Germans offered resistance night marches, surprised the German
"* ingl Cleveland 1, Detroit 2. the north side of the river Aisne force which had occupied a drift sixty

.... .150,0. < SERVIANS. MARCHING ON.HUNGARIAN. CAPITAL Washington 1, Boston 2., along a line marked by the forest of miles from Steinkopf in the Nama-

t; .:London,' Septi5.; ;_(Special)-A Reufer dispatch tonight. says RAILWAY: TRAFFIC BEING RE- Southern League L'Augle and Cranonne (twelve miles qualand. After a sharp skirmish the
it islcarned that'the'next Servian movement will be in the,direction SUMED IN FRANCE Mobile. 1, Memphis 0. southeast of Laon). I Germans were compelled to surren

("' ; J'OI Semlin i toward_Budapest,'the, capital'of.Hungary. An Nashville 2, New Orleans 1. "On our center the German line of II der. Another Capetown dispatch reports -

: 'armyoM50,000; Servians is now in'Hungary. -The,Austrians have Paris Sept. 15.Traffic is being Birmingham, 2, Atlanta 2. resistance was located ,yesterday to that the action took place at

'entrenched all strategic pomts to oppose the Servian advance. Another'largeServianforceis'marching'on'Frushkagora resumed on the eastern railroads and Chattanooga 6, Montgomery 2. the north of Rheims and of Chalons.In Ramans drift, an important strategic
; order to reach Vienne, the town position.
:: to secures
; Jpe returning their
many persons
;the'position'of the Servian left flank in Bosnia. homes. in thJnocality evacuated by THE WEATHER in the western section of The Argonne
": : .- region the forces'of the enemy which AUSTRIAN LOSSES IN GALICIA
the The Northern railway
: :FRENCH; 'WAR'-OFFICE';FLATLY -DENIES. GERMAN O F1..7' is also Germany preparing a partial resumption Florida: Showers in the peninsula were in the southern part of the Ar, TOTAL 300,000 ;
of
hastened their movement
of,traffie.i Wednesday; Thursday ,probably fair. gonne I '
;CIAL REPORT, _ i __ _C retreat In passing between the Ar I London, Sept 15.-A reasonable }

:Bordeaux;; France, Sept 15;(Spedal)==Buljetin: Official announcement gonne region and the river Meuse estimate, says a Times Petrograd'dispatch
.
t by .the war.office'issued at 11 p.,.ml flatly denies theGerman"official Order tfForWithdrawalof their front yesterday, at the end of I places the Austrian losses in

: report? ',of_ Verdun being..bombarded; ,.andbesiegedby V the dayextended; from Varennes to Galicia at 300,000 in killed, wounded

v' the crown.prince's arsflY... , Fort: Troyonjhas. ,been bombarded, Consenvoye."On and prisoners, or nearly one-third of .i.

-... .. but.. the.. -'attack, failed.. .. ; ..F'.. All U.:S. Troops From Vera Cruz our right wing the Etain Germanswere in II their forces. They have also lost, the i
back on (
.. t.ALLIES..HAYS Tv doubling dispatch says, 1,000 guns, more than
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:' ;;.-} BEEN,COMPLETELY: :SUCCESSFUL:NEAR'i i -- France) ,and on Metz, Delme and,Chateau two-thirds of their available artiHery. 'i
: 't. <+: : : : !r' -. : : Washington, Sept. 15.;(Special l.j t eatire::removal 'of tfee! ckorasteneewkfeh Salina (all in Lorraine).

>"1:, .' ...t., r!.....t .'.M4LINES15.SpecialAn'- ,. =PresUeai Wilson 'annqraced today.I WtfcMfktio. ::ja&fyt&.oc- "On the Vosges".and jn Alsace the "BILL" "lED ASKS ITALY TO
i
; r't.-: ;: : official ,report, has', just that all American S .troops w uIiCbei_ .tiea Ttffer4: ,jwseoce;'ofmmoeobmry. situationis: unchanged._ I PROTECT HIS LOST

: ed" ..... ',that:the,eperatkms. near::MaHfies have been,a.com- 'from ; .timemdeed: : ."- "In Belgium the Belgian army iscontinuing7 KINGDOMGeneva
'.P1 !!kS 'tti:the:alli 8., The enemy')was 'ambushed ands,, .withdrawn;.- "Vera Cm.' This"- *dr" *" :18ent r1. 'WarGarrreceiv dd to operate, around Antwerp -

r d!t he lea: thousand killed and,wounded. ,_ .. *,.* cisiea: was ';i a..:;meetifi&0f.fie o aa'ilot: (<,the pwwtet late causing- serious losses, to thelate Switzerland, via Paris,

', ?#:A: later-from::Bdfort: says;:the
} .::quie butia:: <*& district there'exita'
house,: is shut 7' ack in tbeevenrg and from then. "onward. the,. ..Nt _e ...lit.. the p t J, ....i--! ad lip ; ;bound) Jbopks.:.;.qnly. 50 "cents.t the news here, has.appealed to Italy
wh to urn"' --,..a... 4aIb'.L* 1'7'-< .''- y.' - 1-'.. '' F'"' ....,-< -->".' "The, . 'aetiou. lea'-'. .itWi q : , Us&iONe4:: to protect Albania.

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,. AL. ::Mf. OKCK. ::OF: THE- : .was,.a-:fearful'sightl; describing. to the' headquarters staff KEEP AHEAD I Dudley Matthews Up to date painting, papering, etc.:,

?; ,! .iB?::..< ..; i, 1 Yet.;ia the:heat of..the";fitting,,fa the'progress' of the action around us. Of your neighbor by reading the is the kind you want. Where to get
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{'S ,, .:, sLoads. A--'''-:";'';;;':Sr.wr.'\: N. '. soldier glories:-in.:the deetroctien: ] of Though' full twenty'miles away, our Sentinel every moroiag and getting it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T.
J tnMi N S.rii : general, was thus informed by word all tie fiatWOOD. ARCHITECTURAL AND GENERAL
: (_ l : : e" ) as iaany lives; as'.I os&ibleJ'; we, could news. Entrican. l-2Q-tf
: SapL-16-Wod- d ,eeldustg not: .follow" the_ cavalry,. 'but we j of mouth, exactly how things were go DRAFTING.
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he.e. :.to 'iecuperste, watched thern;and cheered,each. e-1 trans-mittedm: Blue Printing and Map Work. Patent I Don't wait for every one in town to
iIir.:storws' (of,;the ceesful 'the retreating same, way passed Wood, fL50 a strand up. Hand'sCoal office drawings show cards, and
are:,tIIIiai ;t I t !: onslaught on have Entrican, the painter, before
:8ghteg in Fr Uee,' One'of them who .1IVrive. Germans., -- I i on to'our commanding officer.? -Suddenly Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf general In color commercial flat washes.art. Perspectives you try. Am too busy to look you
L> lot .;:'at''Waterioo; ''Station today'! ,"Then a ,counter charge., The, enemy '' the officer,at the telephone lay ALL ROOM or I up. Phone' 636, and I will be on the
: id::: : -j "' : .had brought up reinforcements still and quiet. A German' bullet had OPEN NIGHT 12 job. ...; i-20-tf

I : t!'"We' laymo ;treeahesand. >'.wait-, fresh troops. probably., They outnumbered struck him and.be was dead." vice The both City day Drug and Store, night.is at your Prompt ser, YoweU-DuckirorthBuilding
,ei., At the heck of,day, after:..,-. us and:we had 'to 'withdraw. Artillery is not always effective: dependable, courteous. tf PHONE 542- I t
>ing'with".our'"riiee"beside< ,us,.a.shell. .As, we_;moved to the rear we were "Our company was under the fire :of 9'lodawtfG.OO iWOO I! WOO WOO I!
'i- the: enemy's field batteries .for If. want bicycle fixed ina
:fired.frotabaittery: of German field -decimatecL.For four days fighting fully you your
fell, short and ferocious character,went two hours. The,;shells pitched before hurry take it to Warman's Repair
/artiHery, f our:position I li.he most on. Excellent Core Pine Wood Sup
barst::with r a ;terrific:explosion<,some our losses were, severe; those of and'behind us.' and there were many Shop. 12-5-tf.
t..t. 'distance-from'our",1iM E the Germans must have: been appall narrow escapes, but not a single man f plied in any quantity
_ f'-' "Oywhead:we.,heard:the 'hum of a' ing. Again and again I saw 'their of us'was injured."' l

I, y ttoter,'and,soon ewe! saw ,a German. corpses in heaps." Maubeuge A French and soldier Charleroi said: I"Between found a For Sale insect Killer Will SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE
Taefopbae; r whose_ :occupants 'wore Another picture: "Our troops were .
; i"doobtlees':signalling,:._to the enemy'sart moving back'to avoid,being. surrounded : heap of eighteen' German corpses. A Rid STRANDS OR MORE
.: .how to,find:the.right'range; and we were ordered to.hold a certain few ,feet away I ,found eighteen
tYFortbe: "shells came:nearer and nearer -'i :position sufficiently long to cover French corpses. The coincidence was I have a carload of Jersey Milk Your house of all insects.
,:' .. ;'tM dun,became. better and. better. the retreat, of, our regiment.. There so strange that I .l aghed. War hasa Cows for sale, and people of'the surrounding ELDREDGE BARLOW
.* ,The t -projectiIeJredfroni- :" .these'" guns,were 200'of"us'at the beginning' and curious effect on the feelings." country are invited to in- Quarts 35c. Gallon $1.00 Telephone 375
\ J.makes'a curiously :weird sHriek as'it we sought shelter behind a, hedge,
the stock.Reasonable For sale
rusW:through.the air,on.gs journey.'which'formed ''a natural trench.' Theenemy's WAR ys. LIQUOR pect by South Street, near A. C. L.
_ tot ;;destractien,:,and.,soon:'the'shellsIwere , cavalry' approached, ,. and we prices. Call on or address i Carruthers & Gore
dropping :;right "In our 'lines, fired into them, unhorsing' many and In the midst of the world's great JAMES N. SEWELL, Tracks

': ,;.... :( .Each 'one found its,victims;'they fell, inflicting .severe losses. As the est war, alcohol is declared to be 8-22-D & W Winter' Garden, Fla. 9-l-lm
,- ;d :and mangled,' and:we'were con Uhlans rolled from their, :horses we man's worst enemy. Lord Eitchner I
damned"to,;kftctivity,',for: there was cheered in glee and went on-shooting. has ruled it out of the English ar I
LIMMIil IMIIIIIIIilllMMW. . . . .. 'IIJlel1.1 1.1.alt
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no;:eaemy within:reach;of ;our: weapons en'their artillery found the range my. Germany will not even allow
; -So'we waited ,and waited and' and shelled us with wonderful accu- beer drinking among its soldiersnow. .

thiS, ., is thehardest test of courage., racy. Our numbers decreased, and France has forbidden the use
t'
"t then their infantry came and our of absinthe, for her is at
.., "Fully an'hour;passed;'and still wewerebeing country
-
:o' t shelled by the enemy's ar- losses grew,serious. Still we held the stake,' and two enemies are enough. M. SLEMON
:tillery.; Then, .suddenly, the German position ,They all have prohibition while the
". infancy';appeared and:poured'a.suc- "The 300( dwindled to 100'and that war' lasts, ,even to Russia, the least .
< r ''cession of.volleys'into,our lines.' On 100 to 50, and then our task was i civilized of the fighting nations."If ,
: :f btey.came'in,close formation,their done, and :we beat a retreat to avoid prohibition is needed in war to -

gray? ,uniforms',scarcely visible until being cut' off. As we went,,still un- make soldiers stronger to kill, whyis . ,
-comparatively,near 'to us. Our ma. der a deadly fire, the ambulancescame it not needed in peace to make civ- ,, , : .'
fchJBe-guns_ "came"'into, ,action- -and, ,' we :up.to, collect the wounded,.and ilians stronger to work? Prohibitionhas
!;cod 1d a?see theh we- they worked. TheN the Germans fired'on, them, just because the footlights, even in the midstof i
'
.German- 'ranks, were 'literally mown they, were English I suppose." war. War is not considered as dis-

jdown' ,; but' 'on "they 'came, ,always' ,in ,Another: "Some of our troops astrous as liquor. Just three years \ .. MEN'S MOHAIR SUITS
.increasing limbers, apparently 'refgar&ee8of were badly harassed by some. Germans ago the kaiser came out against beer
;theloss'of, 'life inflicted concealed in a wood. We were because it reduced the value of his >
| ?r 'HNearer and nearer'they ,came, un- were quite.dry owing to the long spell"ofh.ot HALF PRICE FOR CASH AT
jjtil; abandoning. ,our trench; we .-.fixed weather. We did so, and soon sale.-A well bred driving ,
ibayonets: 'and charged 'them. After the, whole woodwas ablaze. As the mare-sound and gentle, in her
the strain f being human;targets so flames spread, the Germans, who only prime. Any lady can drive; city
,;long,,what(relkf it was to be dash4iaf numbered a score or so, were;obligedto broke. There can be nothing betterin
: at ,them'' They stood their ,run We shot them sit down." the horse line for ladies and chil
_ -y i. I ground: iii.we reached than,'pour- ;Another "I saw a shell burst dren. No dealers or'liverymen need
t: ting:a.hail of bullets into our'ranks, right among our men. Eleven were apply, she must have a good home. : ,

.'_ I F wW ,were terribly,;thinned. But our killed and eighteen wounded.: Three Price, .$150. Also buggy and harness .
blood ,was ,upaad: 'we' slaughtered" others who; .were in the middle of.that cheap.

The .was strewn with prost The, fortune of war."
t'trate.,.Geraas, ,,'killed'or'wounded" by. The.science of- warfare: "Just behind To be ,convinced" the producing ORANGE AVENUE
L bay -et'/::ttetfta._.' I-They. fled. ,,'Our our :front firing lines the fieldtelephone power of Sentinel want ads.-try one.Read'the .
: ,!; Clcavslry"came:up Md pursued ,them, had,been laid by the engineers. I
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x s\ttSituated" ,five.. miles. south East, of Orlan14. large Pear trees about 20 peers old in full bear a block of s their freight depot. 150 feet front and
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\' of.:property.. The tract has,280 acres, on planted. -*

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

trucking. Also virgin timber and grazing land all under

fbn large lake deep clear water
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fence. Sweet and Irish potatoes, tomatoes, corn, watermelons
r- : sandy- ..bottom and over one-half mile '
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fM .. -lakefront. Y ,, therefore_ hasnot experienced grown. This proposition we recommend not only as a A SEVEN ROOM HOUSE

. y.' t:any;frost, even on,Banana plants during good commercial proposition, but also as, a good invest comparatively new, therefore in Al condition, lot 70x180,

; ', !i i all they' .ears of the present occupant. ment. A money maker.from the start with bigger,pros 16 bearing, orange trees and enough ground to make a

.' f.t '. s acts. This ,property has buildings which could not beduplicated
"1 { - < good garden. Good, neighborhood, within a block from
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:. '_ giflabot ;ia fired, bat" the: the.,ckstoaations We'have, to 'retreat, are; in.fact, ,re tin Phelps. .
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tioia lfdt.tiiiIe.tP c iB rr.i are. heard' at intervals of treating. ,Fresh French, batteries are
; :da8'Mu '" ai'allios: about*a;-minute from ,the; C directionof put into- action. il am just looking at Attempt the ,end and .

haVe...'.: Uttkd. .< ... .:,-for' iifcy. ;days.. '. against, ,, sthe'hill8-i: i'front of. us.'" We',are a German battery which is beingturned in doubt; nothing's so hard but
:Ltnioe'i& fatten y from mere at. tie we hurry'ncM the field and.up the by ,two shells simultaneously. The --
,front: 'The'following admirable story ribpea of. the hills."Arrived .. German artillerymen a(the guns areswept There is some power we
'of_ acted hattle ji eiatamed-'in a-let- : 'on.the crest we dro p.our-: away, two guns destroyed. yet discovered: some secret
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; :an' "EafKik'frieed hwe r :'' c11; us, on she.opposite.bills, and making enemy are hesitating, and :we avail : power? what a blessed s<< ;
,' "I 'am k..,the:f S M :hospital'.now, for'the'plain between them,;are, the ourselves of the opportunity to dash can make the Christian life

V with 'a .nk,e;_little. hole:'in,/my' leftaheel4er enemy :engaged in 'a' fight 'with ..thedivision forward, inflicting! great damage on of love and trust, and bright
p ''threagh' which a, bUllet" of .of.the ,allied Jtroops.; ,lean them. duy-life which, though real,
}W:of:the:War Lord's military sub distinctly, see the German artillery- "They are undoubtedly perseveringour satisfy; having all the
-j cts;,has:pawed.: My; shoulder'feels men .moving ,about'the'guns, on the 'men are, and they display a remarkable earnestness of the dut '-lif ,-

'l ;much"as'if: _' tome fv playful',joker ,had hilltops and the slopes, I see ,towed,R';wiA:a)lighted/cigar.- Tomorrow flash:from one of the, gun's barrels, i the appalling scenes around me, I, William R. Huntington
., -I; lrhe"'quite.right 'again, the, heavy/report is re-echoed y.thelUlTOunding too,,feel perfectly calm now, and, ter- [ 1 j

f' tbUt'. H,- ..e'wound 'had ,to, be'washed, .and, hills rible though it may seem, I confess Let us seek the grace of a
. _dressed by" :'.a pretty" little. "dre I" "It' is strange, but in the:face' of that without a moment's tremble I heart, on even temper,
r miker'ealled aereewho' is" :so' sweet death and destruction I catch myself aim at my living targets, shoot and gentleness and brightness of

:and lovely aad'kmd'hearted .that'one trying: t4 make out 'where the shell watch the effect of my bullet. So walking in his light, and by

BboukTlike' to":get wounded for' the has fallen'' 'as if I were an interestedspectator do all'of us. They do not waste their Let. .us -pray- to .him. to give
sole'purpose"of being honed by her at.a, rifle competition. And cartridges. The enemy outnumber us, spirit of love, which
'"BeC aP apart, those nurses:have And:1:was not the only.one. I saw however, so much that we could not sweeps away the vexations of

,a:fearful time.: .,I wonder.when. they many. curious faces around me; bearing I offer a longer resistance without exposing its own richness and
:have aay.tine to rest,-Day and night expressions full of interest, justas ourselves and the main armyto which, above all things,
they are: busy, and: when you. ask if the Downers' of the' respective an enormous danger. him who is the fountain and
e "-i. faces formed the' auditorium of a "The retreat is carried out Splen- ter of all mercy,, I

exceedingly, a highly fascinating theatrical'perform-: : didly. I have reached the crease ofa joy-r-Selected. I,
laugh'fa' Aeir eyea they' make .-some ance, without having J to do with the: .hoi when I feel a slight. shock in

'comic. ,:reply,,. They;areral. heroines, p1aJ'itseIf., The impression crossed the left shoulder, nothing, else. I do REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
.'and it is net merely. .our'physical sof- my mind in one-thousandth, part of not heed' it, but some moments afterwards C. McDANIEL
ermiwhiclli; 'they, '.mitigate. ''God a second, and was followed by numer- I feel a burning pain in the
bless uMmr'! ous others, altogether alien from .the shoulder,. and I perceive that I am Twenty acres on Lake

"That,:wowd, or rate the com- utmost serious things which were wounded and that the weight of my about, 18 planted to
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:polsory' 'mactivenefls '' h.esu1ts. :happening and going to happen. left arm seems to increase. Sometime grape fruit trees, 5 years
from.it: affords me splendid; oppor "The human mind'is a curious and afterwards I find myself neatly 1,000 boxes now on trees. If
: miitio r recording some .details oft complicated thing. Now that we installed in a field hospital. sire this property, will be
the battle. :For'although,'I have were x shooting at the enemy, and "Here is my nurse again, with her I giving two fine building

changed m, '.'dear joarnalistic ,foeof' of ten afterwards in the midst of afierce pleasant smile. She says I have done Lake Gatlin in front
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taifor'.a. rifle,' which,' by' the battle, ,I heard some remark enough writing,now, and that I hadbetter three other lakes. 'Price for :
,way, can be as-sharp'as'a'nib.'quand made or some funny expression used have my dinner. 'And ,if you $12,000 or $6,000 for half.

jy''mats i k ralkage' (when.I' fix the which proved' that the speaker's don't obey at once, you naughty boy better in ,Florida. Owner
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bayeaet 1r') -M_'German* have not yet thoughts,were.far from realizing the she ,added, 'I shall have to punishyou. peatedly refused to sell, but
e secceeded in opening" my 'reporter's terrible.'Tacts'around,him. It'has .''' I wonder what the punishment count of sickness he is unable

'vein' a&d, qaeer 'enoafh, during thee nothing to,do with' heartlessness or would be like. Well, fortunately, 1 I to Florida to live as he

_battle,;I_:'Was,':often:interested. in, it, I anything like that. I.don't know yet have,ended the 'report' ,so that I can Two 3 acre tracts over
both u'a;sow,and as a_",Pressman. what it'is, ,. Perhaps I shall have an obey' her. And my dinner is only lando-fine lake view, good
armyuarcckef e along a broad, opportunity,to philosophize on it later too alluring, too. borhood, good land and

:nanny '.road- ,: bordered' ,.on, either 'side. on. _____n_ surburban homes. Price $ ,
,by a'vaat. ,.. ;culthrat. d" -plain T ,-on which" ''VoBey'after, volley we sent in the Home Town Topics $2,000.
zfrOm,: cJifi. aee.' b0'distance'little' groups directions of the enemy. We aimed 10 acres all cleared,
of. Mrieiti fic',;peUant, girls .,and told. quickly'.and ,well, while all the German The interest you earn on a home Lake Ivanhoe overlooks
F '" men 'w re': busy, as if:,they. lived in :shells and bullet passed over depends on the interest you take' in splendid land and a fine
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the. moat, peAceful:.region- of '.the,'mostpeacefal our. heads., 'For the Germans maybe, it.. The stucco cottage on :
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.... ",of. ___ trte&, '- and are, our Superiors' in executing Money talks, but if you send it far one block north of Eola
"Here'and: .'ther'e:the, horizon;'was parade'steP ,'Out they are infernally away, don't complain if you can't completed-built for comfort
bordered, 'by',hill .raages, and Bright bad ,shots' ,' and parade steps -are of hear it. venience-large lot, stone I
.in' front of us,'.and aoMeWhattO: the vlittle use in war-times, and.make The author who said "Clothes make beautifully situated and will

r left{tM.weodedcrees-otlother,hills no'.great impression upon the assailants. the man," didn't. mean mail order for $6,000, good terms.
were**..n.bk. >SoMotimeo when'I .. ;In the 'meantime our heavy clothes. .

we Veiehed an'elevation"of tae' roadI guns were preparing. for action'! and Don't be satisfied to praise public We insure your lire and i"l
: ,, looked<" 'backward. u upon'C; ;".the. army, ; oUr !quick-nrers began to share in,thegeneral spirit where it is deserved; deservea money on real estate at 6 :
:,which_ > ,{'was" "Kke'a huge. ;,serpent' ,'_cover, -' conversation.' As more troops- little yourself. interest. Guarantee Life &: ,
iag;the.road-over a di t ance:of many were ascending the hills to reinforce Curry' Building, Tampa,3.25

mies.. It. was.,a;'great- ;view, '.quite; us, we"made 'for the plain. A; rain First class Brazing a specialty at
'quitt,.difi'eiwiet:free iareview: .and;I of hostile bullets passed close over Warman's Repair,, Shop O. Court St Don't overlok the want

'have>new. '',seen. --.aaythiag> ,::'so.ifiivelj .res--- ow-:heads, and instinctively we stopped 12-6-tf.
s Fen"t's; ;was:not a mere show although'when one hears the bul-
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: x, .as a :"'aiftUry_ ,r.review" ,3' is;, 'bat ..theseiMQtwfM let it' has,passed already. i
{ to --PiedJ in"part of "It ,is a queer sensation which
'an.,ae&ii 'one whwh the fate "of nationb : -- comes: over us the first time we are :

> r :'wwiM depend. ,'and the:way,inVh met with a' hail of bullets. 'We .suddenly ROLLINS S COLLEGE[ [ Winter ar '
.. h tadra&ight.'bV' .. ...the'reeultVof- the:battle Alternately dropping ourselves to QUest Ceflefe art lest teantitel Grounds i ii

.and;[;fare\moveawfite'aad designs. fire,,and jumping to our feet to:rush Mode Expression Fiae Art
College Academy, ,
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u44 : masses across open, we more more
Business Teacher's
mestic and Industrial Arts, ,
of, "men were determined;to do, their approached the enemy,;who were assembling
electric ire
steam heat lights
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ua 'ThiWee not a .dull, Iqw- in. strong .,forces. 'B t.so malaria quarter million
tection fine gymnasium, no
apiried:'arrny going to.the front to The earth was
were :our troops.
.. .. lar endowment Three teachers of music $5,000
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Clubs Superb
dozen pianos two Glee ,
sewanted"to.: ; ., torn continuous a ,
mbut'.beca: They and the air by rattling
for business school, full banking equipment
rooms
we 1iQ stem, gravefaeea, or they of. 'ride fire. We' "rushed forward with '
equipped
chemical and phys'ical.laboratorIes,
'won net: be ;:French soldiers; nor ,- that is to .say our escouade, t
of soils fertilizers foods
modern device; analysis ,
ware.,t.hey'beitekous;: or bragging, in.order'to reach a piece of ground
engineering course.
Preparation
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< Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, .
.ha ..'ed.brave_, . ,.'. governed"by .a my ''right stumbled, dropped undenominational
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:powerful; desiree.'to )viniancf: gifted forward without uttering a sound, address j
... :with' |an 'almost"suPerhuman power killed,'by ,a .shot in the breast. A Scholarships available. For catalogue '

>,. : -of' determifiatiefll. -- :,'...<.There' .-.was' such man in front of me Jhrew'' his 'arm WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN :
splendid: enthusiasm. up,' fell, struggled to his feet, fell ,
:- -"Tbere: 'was'still another'important' again, and 'C'est ca' were his last Ph/D, LL' D., President. :
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.tic T.of.. the' 'arsQ.'T. The 'com- "We bad 'reached the aforesaid ... ..It..t.lf'.tl. ... .. . .

'mine tart is .'perfect-- ;- --all these men piece 'of' ground, twelve of us.I

) ,are;kc lkaUy.5 _equipped,.'ezcell_ entry looked round for a moment_ A 'terrible
look* after" They"]have everything battte .was raging, .and' so 'ut

the;_ aBd' [rtieyhaveit: : 'withoutd' ,terly.
.;:That is what",keeps,the soldi-- r around,'me that upto. this moment
:d"'. .up,+and'' ;make ,them' con-- I cannot believe that I have really
A rkad'we': are'- confident.. lived to see that "The wildest phan -
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-"Near'_ w ,. a crossing..a halt__ .'is'mad" .A tasy cannot, imagine such a horror,:I ..
meals'served oat to.QS,.and we'learn in which absolutely nothing' human

:. 'that!.another, .division. .is'going'to,.' injam is'left, and which could not be equall- ....
Th y;are:fast approaching,:and I It e4'J by> 'the, most bloodstirring. .. faneies '

-v!?, .aeea;!,aftet .wmarch,, _,:on. '--.-.m. "In of a horde of, devils. BUYERS'TO SHARE IN PROFITS
the 'liatance" ,' on our:'+lef t,>a :veil of "A'.shell emploded:near:us,Mow LOWER PRICES'ON'.FORD CARS '
u r dwt lboven:' above:the'field,:and our. eelbyf terrible"cry. Five of us were ..
1: 'ears wt caught- by the'noise I of moving lying.dead,on the little square. One August 1, 1914 to August
t. ]Itwoj.. "anl' the.-;r mplinjr, 'of mand had both his legs blown off, 1.1915Pand guaranteed.against any reduction

", "::feet:. .Every. BOW':'and, ''again, ,'a and.was still alive and conscious,;imPloring during that:tine: I
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.'. 'r'"t'aiybe.canght: :of..-the_ body- . nato kill him. ,Our officerraa.ipast $555.00
'of'" :amy"Bandung'in. :what' seems- stoPPS,and,after' a short 'il' Touring Car -
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'to.3.ajiwetiwi A :;paiilW'widi"oari, *' look,at'thel;, :roan, :shot< him ,through Runabout 505.00F.

.,'It. h )thatthey.are:British the heart_ ; 'ca Taut mieux*, ,he said. t.:0. R'Oriaada AH nntBr99 '.
twP9 Rt,: dykaowa.eicea_ tM 'pauvre' :iable.* He opened? his .

x : ..r :'r- : -.--F: .. mouth. to. .otter 'a command at" his ". we.m.. milt tt.titrI' matte till aIa.-..ua-aft'mtfirtnrr's la' '

,All.v/.e" leaiii' hit' ,ersfoi ik._ is'that_ > men,:,and',at: the-same": moment- got u IIC ime4rq aU islet P rMadiea..a..-." if w t 'tad'p $
:the'dat-.. .. y _"",-'.,, : the" a, bulletin ,.his' mouth.' He turned MMM can Wtweoi tit afc ..__iate
: v":; : brie heavily .the '1'" .c micaamtar: asAnd I
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.. d..". ,& .' imi.MEETING; .A pretty. .romance,rumors! of which Miss Carson wore pink:chiffon over I'i' .

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HMW WlWvf have several:months past excited tint; Mra.DePass -
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;coventioflT of agricultural agents Miss Nell '.Thomas to Dr. Roy Ram8e1l1' of shadow: lace over, white satin. "
iy8i3B9e11i llfkt1tAT88'_; '' from:all.over,the,state. ,He reports -
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session' the convention.
:.,-W."I Yca .....................-...'LM A number'of read and:' ; Edward A. Thomas, on Lucerne be spent touring the state, and will
.:t. ;..N......;..;.;..... 111 papers were Circle.' return here for a short visit before

:- -W7 there :w.as., a general, interchange 'of Many friends 'were attendance. leaving, for Gainesville, Ga., to make "The patience of Job" or better, per-
< s:: 'vtlf6L6i views by:the experts from each coun-
:. (.; i i : at, the happy affair, and just before their home. haps, the more recently famous policy of
)h. ty. A number! lectures .on:various
;. fer .iI&i 'ad sU, fits 4a4at eight o'clock they :gathered in the
; ... ....... subjects were heard by the visitors I "Watchful Waiting" expresses very well
.', : L .wt. k 0wiet a at 1M spacious drawing ,room, which was Attorney C. B. P pbinson will re-
,,,atria. fl *. 8ttmA.Mt later tin I P. m.IM and from which aH derived benefit
- Ay .... 7ahYattntW rek .jHte I artistically decorated with potted turn this morning :from a business our attitude towards you who have never '
; kat. 'fcr' CMtnet 'tftrtUt ,it tatmd Practical demonstration' the II
, 4rlaradiW .wiO,W trfrtJy .Am* U. method ''of .administering the serum palms, asparagus fern and white as- trip to Jacksonville. come to our Store or sent us your orders. :

"- h4j ters. In,the room adjoining, pink asters ,
'
: k for the care'of hog cholera was given,
. ,4 / = teirhc The 'Sentiod diwcmtiao were used most effectively, and Miss Ruby Platt has returned to I
nittfjr the offie b writing rny. as well as opportunities"for judgingbeef service
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. i.sate .expiration, tthervte ft wfll bt here the piano ,was placed. Mrs. the city after a vacation pleasantly :
,-seatiaogi' tfat.nfO rntedVIlM tota.to and dairy cattle, hogs and mules.A James Magruder's sweet voice was spent in New York and Pennsylvania.Mrs. .
must be
Leta *top fe number'of here-and when find out I
? .L important\ papers were you just
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I heard !i1."Oh Promise Me and
as
,
: oj.' .7' ...., read on :fertilizers, corn growing another d I how great are the values and how
WEDNESDAY;, SEPT ;;ie, 19.', the last,notes ceased, her accompanist Ramseur'of Gainesville, Ga.; com I ,
.';' . valuable topics.A Mrs. A. N. Salley, of Arcadia, Fla. the I
Miss Inez Carson, of.Kissimmee, ; plete service you will wish you had
lecture of interest
particular began the wedding march fro Mrs. M. H. DePass, Misses Louise, I
dealt,with fungus and insect diseases mMarie come sooner, as another has
J'tf riders'_an enjoy;riding on new: : "Lohengrin," and the bride and and Frances DePass, of Gaines- many done ,
of citrus and other plants.
:JiL.ved'I boulevard.Sunday. attendants descended the broad stair vile, Fla.; Miss Julia Miller, of De- before. '

. .ll a . Captain Baker.read a valuable paper way and advanced toward the bowerof Land, and Miss Inez Carson of Kis One visit will convince
on the'subject of some additional you of this. :
Bylhe.3rajr;what\has ,become of green and white, where the simmee in attendance at. the
: :.ftafc proposition, 'to surrender' Pain crops forFlorida: ,such as flower:fanning mRamseurThomas last I
and _his best man, Mr. Walter nuptials even- .
. to avoid destruction the. culture. of drug plantsand Our New
of ? Fall
' ; property' ; with Drl: Wray, of the Methodistchurch ing. Goods :
:' certain other plants that would afford
0 .
: .u .. awaited them. I

: .x. The Dutch.want';to dine .in;Paris paper stock. The two bridesmaids, Misses Winnie Read it in the Sentinel first Are opening 'up magnificiently-already :

, and the Russians want to sup' in Berlin r; the store ,
is
Thomas and Louise DePass, bothdaintily beginning to
change its
t. :'and they:are,trying. to beat each FIVE. BLIND ,TIGERS CONVICTED gowned in Nile sum- :

:.other to 'it: IN CRIMINAL COURT green crepe- HIIMIIMMIIIIMMfilii mer character. Shipments already to
.. de-chine and lace, and carrying arm :

bouquets of Duchess roses, entered i T.F.BODRfflANLicensed hand include : ,
Up to theadjournment of criminal ,
When,
.. the, Times-Union declares I'
.
. first, and were followed by the maid
thajf the war in in'Europe apt to court; yesterday'afternoon until nine Plumber and :
pop In
of honor, Miss Gladys Thomas, who Silks
< o'clock this five negroes hadbeen'
morning
.uJ rizerepub1i"'ftimi the'Joe
: Cannonlands wore an exquisite costume of pink Sanitary Engineer
r
;
not meant convicted, selling whiskey in
.-. , crepe-de-chine and carried Duchess Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
. f } Black and
0 violation of the law, George Streetfrom roses. Misses Juliette Brown and | Promptly Attended to. I I Colored Satin Charmeuse.

. whom:three'suit cases of whiskey : Black
ttthe St. had : and
namepf Petersburg Frances DePass scattered rose petals PHONE 629 Colored Messalines.
':, been:ehang !.m,other. ,than war time and beer have been taken recent
. before the bride who with her Black
and
was Colored
106 Court Street Real Irish
' 'it.would hare been ;years'before the ly, being :among the number. Onenegro I Poplins.
father. Her of white brocaded
gown was
: : public was convicted carrying con Black and Colored French '
>general' .got;;wise crepe-de-chine, en train, and ORLANDO, FL0RIBA Eoliennes.
cealed and number of
- a
o.. weapons Black and
the handsome lace which fell Satin Mervilleaux.
minor cases have been disposed o f. cape- 4l-lm
Se feral shipments of
._ green grape- like from her shoulders was held with
'fnut'have been held up at Miami, it The case against' M. V. Shirley, IMHIIIIimmilMMMtMHHIIMMMMMIMM Black Faille Francais.
pearl banding, and the long weddingveil
charged with carrying ,concealed
: being'alleged that they do not -come with blos Black Satin Duchessen.

up'Jo,:the :standard ,ot :ripeness' 'provided weapons,. has been continued, Judge was In'caught her orange bride's -
soms. bouquet were
,
or by state lawi"H Warlow being'disqualified to hear the
roses and lilies of the valley.
4N t case.
.
o After the ceremony, the bride's .
'"the time to: McCUllOCU'SDepartment Crepe de Chines.
fJs buy your" nesummer's
;
:" PAVING COMPLETED ON IVAN- cake was cut, and this, with a deli
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--straw hat It will be so cious ice served Misses Chiffon
HOE BOULEVARD course, was by Crepes.
: uear instyle'no'ne but
.' yourself.Will Norma and Elma Gettier, Lucy Lee
, krioathe difference and the Crepe Eoliennes
cost ohighjliving'w'dl
Walton and Inez Carson. Punch
.- The brick paving on Ivanhoe boulevard wasserved Store
;.J ; be. materially!recItI i Silk Grenadines.
Miss Julia Miller.
has been The bricklayers by
., completed,
..- <" ced.L having reached the foot of. Many beautiful gifts were received, I The New Glissade Silk
--pBob'Hollydtxlaresthat
.- : ; he will not Orange avenue, and; are ready to attesting the popularity of.both bride Roman Stripe Silks.
start clt'Waid.on. direct line. The I I and groom, and a host of good wishes
support . a Tumblers
: ex-Governor Gflchxift for any the Jelly : Scotch .
distance is about will follow young couple throughtheir Tartan Silks.
"icu;'unless he will get married. It's completed one- .
; fourth of mile and with brick arriving life journey.
not a
Gachrisfsjfault; 'H Uy. He has
Mrs Thomas wore a handsome costume
: "been iice;to the ladies for,, the pears daily no further delay is expected Fruit Jars I'
; of brocaded satin trimmed
gold ,
and the will forward
;"'-j, ,,bet.none' (them have,raskteo'.upon work go with black; lace, and the groom's ;
,
much Ivanhoe boulevard
rapidly. :
: his thefmt more In Dress GoodsSerges
marrying .
H : 0 -- will. be_ opened to traffic by the mother;Mrs. Ramseur, Gainesville e' all kinds ,
first of next week. Ga., was becomingly gowned in peacock
Thaartiets. ,are,up. against, it in thiswar.fHereCofore.they i :
blue'charmeuse with black velvet ] will
have Contractor Johnson is far ahead of play a very important
been able
,c ',to 'pmt the ,heroic: commander. in the .bricklayers with the curbing and Among other out of town visitors :. part-we realized this some time ago. Today
Mrs. A. N. Salley, of Arcs
were
':yueftlrmng:his"steed. up and'.Sown .will complete. his work on Orange Kettles : our stock is
dia H. DePass and Pieseing positively
,the 'battk hne /' his i avenue to where .it is already pavedin Mrs. M. daughters complete in its
; urging men for
; Misses.Marie and Frances Louise :: assortment. Our
'wanC Now.he sits quietly in a house a day or two. He will probably goods are thoroughly
Depass, of Gainesville, Fla., MissJulia
begin to"lay ,curbing on Kuhl avenuenen. :
I few miles directs 'I shrunk. Our Blues
away;and the ba'tle' are guarantted
Indigo
Miller; of DeLand, and ,Miss 'II
ai'ga:1in; 'of men a hundred or Inez Carson, of Kissimmee. Mrs. Sal- ; 29 Orange AVCBHC.IMMttHMHIIMM. and our Blacks
absolutely permanent.
*ors. FBiiles,, Jong" by- telephone.SLI Don't overlok 'the tads. ley was costumed in pale blue crepe- .

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TrMble ''. wfll: of that -- .. -
;come. .good .
roadJ pilgrimage ,to. Eustia :yet; It lllilltHIIMMIMIMIMIttltltllMIIIIIIMIttlHMtfMHMMtMHimMIHIMM

.cam i couple; the of'Eustk editors'Jiars Lake Region whose to word caB 100 pounds Red and White Bermuda Onion Seed just received New New Linens Ratines. _.


,- "'would lot be'doubted' ,upon their deathbeds through Custom House. '.
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> nnd now.the Tampa Times ;calls New Crepes. .

.;' :the'editor. of the Lake Region a"am FRESH GARDEN. SEEDS: "

generic" which JI. : : New Ginghams. '.
t so naughty it could -

'not'be;;printed, :m'English.-.. MCELROY'S PHARMACY: t t New Poplins. ,
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>- :'Orlando v' has.:'selected 0 ; a. principal: . dye.is i.Trial.., QtkkkKvery liBrefs. PI0NE W. Try wr Ice Cream. I! -.' New Suitings.

'f brjfts: |schools, but the regulations llllllliillMMIHIIiilllMIMIIMtliMIIIIIMMItlMitMMMIIIillMMIir
require I' Prunella
Cloths.
..- . t .
J
:. that he have a state certificate.

H ;:wilj be obliged to'be in the state : New Panamas. .

r ; ..tl OI tJ s-.1. ,before he can .I, .

securei :the.'necesnry. document, and < <. .-: -. :.. : .. "v., : New Cashmeres.

J "'.though he is pre ffiied.to be eminent" : :\A"

J' ly gatlified'to discharge his duties 7 ','-. -
red, tape deprive(Orlando of
an ex- '

'.. ,celleent';officer, and 'there :you' are.: } : ::4 In Linens
JfWflRY fOR TilE WfOOING
.: ; Miami' Aerald.iL 0' I I IiI ""

: \ ,The:aitldratval.ei:Aerican troeps ';< "'. We have created a new standard of

.' r-from sera Cm; Decided :upon.yester . .' For the bride, countless things in Silver, Cut ',_. [,I values-and a stock that stands absolutely

,;:day' Burning,. :probably 'ends. the .. ',." X::; Glass and. Fine. China. Rare jewels of, every de- ,_> .:: unrivalled.

: ,Baited/Statetf::eaaection nth'the ;, scription.For.- '. : '. II' .
.
.troublem J ; Mexico,.bst.it, :recals'how .
; Damask Linens
Table
.' 'Bridesmaids. Ladies Flower Linens
'. nearly,his country came to'being inBolted "" of ,Honor; Handker-.
,
in' .:, Girls etc. Bracelets Brooches Bar Pins La Valj chief Linens, Dress Linens '
a war that'would have cost I Embroidered

:- ;th usa ds. of' lives- and .would have \: Hers, Wristlet. Watches, Silver Vanity Cases, <:. I ,It. ": Linens, Linen Towels, Huck

resulted in. little 6rno; good., Americana .i Purses, Card Cases, etc. > -r': '1 ft

'are. inclined to"blush..at men- .. .. ',. .. : :; Towelling, Fancy Linens,
: { ;
: : For the usherS-Cuff Links Coat Chains 'Two- :
Lion ,,the salute tHe 14 Handkerchiefs.
o
-. . flag ..incident: :-- 14 "
but',sober'secoad judgment,.has 'convinced Pocket Chains, Full Dress' Sets- -Gold and Silver 14. -

the public-that PresidentWfl-: ';' Pen Knives., ,Pencils; etc. : :: Are all here. A visit will be appreciated.D.1CKSONIYES .
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..- !' ., : let.; 4"
,;ion :acted With M"wiidom'> handling i' .,
m. .- '
': the Mexican'sitaation. , ': Let us help you'with your-wedding present. .: ..;; .1.

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\ 1'',property adds dollar:"Money'so invested!; much invested in a:community/that to.cbmeBtback.jodiciouslyJnroads'the. a1ue. of too.:jpvery vtiie the J \ : ''.': ,';i :C .' : ; ,: : (; : : ; : t .



, treasurY; in the. form of'. :additional :, : ), _

". twiUon, : .Good-_ reads: attract, .newsettlers t (

J: ' !'- icearage." ::improvement, ,a denneha' I >. . :::1 CO O.

| community. *,' They bring in.

: afore! 'peopleto.:help .pay' taxes' and ::

reduce. that rate of taxation, ;whSe.'in :1

'. creasing] the..aggregate amount col- : Jeweler .DfPARTMfNTAt STORE .

: .,;Mosey'paid merely. for'sala- '

;. tW;:of4officers ,of. 'a, dead and non- /-S / :x- '',

,;, progre&siTe'coanty;;:organization:neycooes .' OFFOfiOK PoII O tr -, ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
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,- r"(" ':; r."" :' pa EFFORT ,TO MOVE MONUMENT
.., .,(' iJw .of ;the Atlantic, '.Coast. FAILED, .. I=
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>i. Use, .with<;headquarters: :in_ Tampa; | YAYIE'TlEATI, -
-TiETUNM? was:among"the;popular .transportation
'men rating. .the, city. yesterday.Mr. : lea 2 p. BL .t6H'p.. m. age, one of Church street's prominent
OfiLANBQ, FLA. ; < -\ I '
"' .; fcifn. ) I (1( <>t It''t: 'J '-!-- Adaksien'5 cents business men, does not like the lOcation -

','q i." '..' .}"Ii"r (" ( ::E.;'T. Jackson.left :yesterday .' of the Confederate monument at
G. w: JplfM M :- hey for'. Ndrth';.Carolina: where ;he ,will litltiltlMlltiliillinttTODAY'S' the corner of Main street and Central -
tat BIght ttm: a r vfefcMr. y. '9ea in aged the next three weeks with Mrs. .. avenue, and tried to move it yesterday -
t i :City:f Jackson'and daughter,_who have been PROGRAM but ingloriously failed. The . y

.., ,\ . eyinr:1Jfe: : in,the mountains for Nestor.. "Those-Persistent Old car hit the monument solidly but it

.,'T.,.', C.-,,Aberae" %:baa.retaroedtorn . some;'days.' Maids." Produced by Al Christie. was built to stay and stayed, thoughthe "Gel It III t men's"Convince
[ ,Green:_Springs,'where he< _spent Ford Played and by Lee Eddie'Moran.Lyons, Victoria auto was badly jarred by the im- N

.'coupleof, 'Weeks: .Mr.Kendrick Guernsey wiH spend Joker., Comedy. Cleo Madison in pact and the occupants jolted.out of
:>;.: Beach "The Strenuous' Life." A burlesque their seats. Some rude spectators of
Thursday ,at: Daytona trying :
Deaconess Hemet:Parkhill left yeejferday i out:souse 'his'fisbing'tackle'while produced by Wilfred Lucas. the accident cautioned Mr. Forage . .

.for:Tampa' tot herBephew*i the bass,are said to.be biting so well. Featuring Imp. "Universal Little Matty.Boy Story'He No.meets 2." about the futility of trying to driveon
[Judge:C. 8. Pwkhin: both sides of the monument at
He will go over with Mr. Harry Root, ex-President Roosevelt and breaks
'l'_ of Plant'City,'in his car. into vaudeville with some wonderful the same time, but it was not his Yourself
:Mr. J:'M.'Carter, a prominent resiot -_ imitations. This is a series. Be sure fault, the car thoroughly disliking

[* :of,BattleCreek, Mick:, is a" late, .: to see every one of,them. the monument and desiring to move .
Mrs. L A. Bromley, ,Mrs. John Sometimes it is hard for you to
[&th'at-the=San Juan. il H
: Gore and :Mr Ralph Roberson,..of Charlotte .- FLAGGED then come into our store and let us
Mr. Elden was called to BatSeMich. BIG IMPROVEMENTS SOON AT
-- '- N. C.; made up an. auto party show you
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.;< ;account'of the seni EOLA PARK
y if from the ,Seminole capital which i .
8lness"ofrs.. Gore. Assistant Superintendent T. W.
i .
"*. il's day.spent several hours_in the city,.)'ester-I. Hansell, of the Atlantic Coast Line, In about ten days there will be H. Our JewelryCut

;Miss Ernestine! Cruz left yesterday was in the city yesterday conferringwith something doing in the way of improvements -

'Or. North Carolina'where she will en-. Commissioner S. A. Johnson relative ,near the children's play-
f the:next 'four weeks The postmaster has been advised .to protection at the street cross- ground in Eola Park, and by the time Cut Glass or Silverware. We have
,, r' by the secretary of the fifth civil service ings, and a temporary agreement was the frost_is on the pumpkin and the something that will suit you, it will

:Mrs E-'T. 'Roberts,' 'of :Asheville, commission' that as there are sufficient reached. The Coast Line will put aflagman odder in the shock the appearance of pay you to look before you buy, and

|N. ,C.; has arrived. in Orlaado and eligibles to ,fill, the positions, 'at the Church street crossingand that attractive spot will be greatly you.will be under no obligation to us. .
,a position with .Reel'a'eteem: the annual first grade' examinations a flagman will go in advance of beautified.
scheduled to be held in November will every tram entering the city or leav- Two' tennis courts will be. con-

not be,held in Florida. ing it at all other crossings.This structed, a quoits court and croquet Allen&CoJewelers

Jtr.'Geo.C. KeHar. was among'theodoites arrangement will be only a grounds. The work will be well done
reaehing ome yesterday. ,Mrs. Henry Bartlett returned yes- trial 'and if not satisfactory the,city and this winter it is safe to assume
lL ;KeHar'w&l remain:for,a'while terday from Atlanta and other points will insist upon the construction and that Eola Park will be popular with

,' Dger,: in. Danville, Ky. in Georgia where she has spent the operation of gates or other guards at tourists and home folk alike.
... f-s 0' summer., She and Mr. Bartlett will the street crossings.Mr. Reliable Repairing

,Mr.J. Hugh White, one of the most conduct the Grand hotel this fall and BEACH PARTY COMING TODAY
P JAr 'and.;well known agents of winter. It goes without saying that H. A. Shreve was driving northon -

mmeree, is regiSter at' the 'San it will be, up.to.the standard of-any Orange avenue Tuesday morning The following parties will arrive in .

iota. .hotel from Jacksonville.' hostelry\ in this part j of the state. about nine o'clock. Just north of Livingston Orlando this afternoon after: spending U' .

F ,' avenue the rear axle of the two weeks very pleasantly at the .
"" .; L. .McAllister and children, The people who houses to car broke and the left rear wheel Daytona Beach hotel:

lisa Harriet Thornton and:Mr. Hugh rent in Orlando should'advertise themin fell off. The car was not going fast :Mr. and,Mrs. W. L Dolive, Mr. and

.'! fora'outing the: Sentinel There, are''people at the time or Mr. Shreve'might have Mrs. W. E. Dolive,Mrs. A. W.. Bumby

i at Windermere.' here inquiring every day about houses been hurt badly. As it was he got and daughter, Miss Pauline, Miss Mollie -
,,, ,- and they scan:the Sentinel. ,want col- off with a shaking up and a garage Willie Crux, and last, but not [0=1I ILlHllllliliiHtilHIHtlt

AM.r.:H.. ::H. Witherington, one of the umns,for the same. If you expect to bill Outside of the axle the car was least, Jeff Crux, while Mr. George
''citizens of Apopka/spent yes- rent your house you should advertiseit. not hurt. Dolive will be home a little later with

sty ;in Orlando mingling with all of the fish stories.
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... and transacting. business.: County Commisisoner J. L. Dillard,
ivT. '
.'-i Mr.. C. :F. Johnson, editor of the of Winter Garden, was in the 'city AT THE GRAND
:< C.,:Hansell, superintendentthe i Kissimmee: Journal,. was: among the yesterday. He reports his section

_third. division.:of the, Atlantic visitors ',to Orlando yesterday. He booming and many new people com- I The bill at the Grand today'is composed Polish Your Silver
:..lane-, wu' l Orlando yesterday was accompanied by his brother, a ing in, buying land, building homes best companies of four reels in produced existence.by The the

with:the city'commissionJ railroad'.man; in Michigan who had and planting groves. That sectionof headliner is a Vitagraph special feature I
heard so much about this place that the county, he says,. is growing in two parts, "Poor Folks Boy," Wrights Silver Cream ElectroSilicon.
:t he; could not .return North without faster than,ever before and with the featuring Ann Schaffer. This great
Hoa. 'and. M Temple visit: the' .:B eauti- in everybody is actress has won favor throughout the .
; .tW. C. and paying a to: "City '. good crops prospect. entire country by her superior workon
thter; Miss.; Dorothy,' returned ful" prospering. He mentioned three fam- the legitimate stage, and since her
rday.froni a delightful visit and ilies that, recently arrived containing engagement with the Vitagraph company Pick Your Teeth
+"_now, :at tljefr palatial home in I Mrs., Fred Stanley returned last twenty-two,individuals. all> the has"movie"won a place fans. in the.hearts of
uterPark.: I evening from New York, ,where she r
In with this
conjunction picture a
-\ '!!L- spent, the summer, and 'for the'next Adhering the calendar that is Kalem comedy, "Fleeing From the With the Gold Medal Toothpicks
Mrs.. ,J. L Watson, who- has been few days will be the guest of'Dr. and between three and four thousand Fleas," willbe shown. Ruth Roland
.' g :the:summer 'at' Nfles and Mrs. J.. C.. Howell., Mr: and Mrs. years older than that of the usual and John Brennen are the stars. .
A Biograph of exceptional merit
[onngstown. :Ohio,her 'old'home f re-:f Stanley have a, pretty home on ,the reckoning, the, Jews of the city will will close the bill
_' yesterda,; afternoon .on, the corner(;)f.Magnolia and Concord avenues .. observe next Sunday and :Monday as Potted Plants, Cut Flowers, Funeral
-'pa: Special',"fMr. and will occupy it .as soon as the 'close of the year '5674 and the WANTED-At the Sentinel, a good
,: Mr. Stanley arrives from the North. commencement of the year 5675. boy. Designs, Wedding Decorations.
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John of is 1 J i Rosh ha Shona the of I .
[ Witty; Ocoee,' _one of or day judgment -
FOR SALGuavas, window sash,
: latest' to 'aequint'tJie automobile ,Mr E. G. Way, :wife and,three chil- is the first day of the new year, single doors, pine and 'oak wood.
bit.i ,'.J having'purchased,'a;;fine,Buick dren,. arrived last night. from New according to the Jewish calendar.. Call at 735 N.." Orange avenue. F. A. I. THE SANITARY GROCERY
ig'car from the Cook Auto e m- York: city, and will make Orlando This year it,is September 21, but by Lewter. 9.16.6tFOR
ry' 'this their home. Mr. Way is looking this the orthodox observance the religious CARUTHERS & GORE
week.JU jf I SALE-One cylinder, 4 h.'
p.
morning for' a suitable residence ] services are for two days.
x Excelsior motorcycle, 1913 model, Phone 200
._ -,Eunice Ivee and Master Finch f (mind you, not a gold'mine) and if I in first class condition. Cheap for
T Jr; returned last,night from I you have 'something reasonable on a Dr. Poulson, pastor of the Baptist 'cash. Apply at 306 West Concord 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

"na Beach Were: have sPent long:rent,. you, can ,find Mn, Way at church, being away on his vacation, avenue. 9-16-6t 1 IMI I |

.T:.last:'.month,Tand, report, -a, most the San Juan, or you can leave a message the B. T P. U. took charge of the
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JMr. Harry: E.'i Waters,;the.popular Declaring their vacation spent in a .subject, ,,Some Appointments Jesus
clerk of the San Juan hotel, re- New York.\city.and vicinity the.most Made." Eugene, Reid, president of

,'. -,_last'night.troth New:York, city pleasant they ,had enjoyed in years, the society, presided, and those who

,_he. has'' ben. j_ enjoying, "the debts Mr. and Mrs..F. A. Curtis arrived delivered speeches,were Frank Regero -
of the ,metropolis.jr. .:' '" home'yesterday..Mr. Curtis is firm Alfred Link, Misses Vida Cham- .
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::: :3 "7 mINmTsGfI'rt PK P1EfS W1N SI I NOTICEIn p Lumber, Laths and Shingles

Cireuit'Court.
7th Judkial Circuit Orange
,.. .... ,-, '- _. ,- '- I I County Florida..

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7 MUNN1MAKKKSNotices . Paul Garland
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,!uNU, U ,*f !Asti.. .Want For Sale, 'FarBtaL To Paul Carland; m
It appears from the affidavit' of the coaa-
eta. far this eohzma. Sic for one ,. COMPANY.
Its for tkrw digs. 'or. ILW+ for OM week:;for plainant herein duly filed, that the defendant
;:DR1AM :OF_"CECIL RHODES U 'wo-tU or to*. M:*iy rarest car.PanJ is a' non-resident of the Sate of Florida
j thin eoh-ma. that heis over the age of twenty-one years
wrti..ta: far as .no
.s* and that he resides at NenorrL North
Carolina.
1COME'AIi
.; >MAY ? iasethuoe:wm be glade oa, esediLWANTEDA .. -
REALITY You are therefore ordered to appear to 1hia .
-' .' good second hand automobile Bill on Monday the 5th day of October. 1914 .
-no "junkheap." Apply the same being a Rule day of this Court. ORLANDO
C It !is further" ordered that this notice he
i South andBoone
1 'Vkt erie ::of ,Britiek ,Fercee' k Magnolia streets House, between,' corner 5 and 6 o'clock published Florida,for Sentinel four consecutive a newspaper weeks published in theSouth

11 'Africa,;WiM.,Make PeeeiWe> p. ,m. -. 9-44t in Orange County Florida

..... "" Witness my hand and official seal this Sep .
I.=--; : esC t9SCR + feather bed.. tember 2., 1914. -
.,. ,, q For sale' cheap, anew B. M. ROBINSON, Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
1i .IaiIwaYf 9.12 ,
il Call,312 E..South St. Clerk. Circuit Court. Orange County Florida.
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I By HOWARD. D. C.
... J. A. ROWE,

{ f, Wasbing'ten,:Sept .11 -Reports ,of FOR SALE-Second hand sewing. Sol for Complt. >!! ! ! ! MMiiiiitiMiMimtn ttt
machines;' drop head Singers, rotary llMMIIMIIIIMIIiiiililMMMItMlli80MlltMStatement
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y. fetiag.:,between the British and,GetBMUL White, rotary Standard, New PAVING AND CURBING ORDINANCE

:: H forces in/oral. Africa ;is re Home, and other makes. Will be An Ordinance to provide for the paving and of the Condition ef the
J sold cheap for cash this_month: Call curbing certain streets in the City of Orlando.Be .
l1 yarded in diplomatic quarters here as. at Singer Office, or phone 321. C.,B. it Ordained by the City Council of. the
8-11-tf City of Orlando: ; Orlando Bank & Trust Co.
: having a significance far beyond that Lindsay[ manager. Section L That the following named streets I, ,

J' shall be paved with brick of the width sped .
local
,of.a straggle in that savage,and > FOR.RENT fied for each street and shall be curbed with Orlando Fla '
concrete curb fu by fourteen inches ,
a Itis looked
.remote'quarter.: upon asa North Orange Avenue from "Washington

. .ft ":final teat: of:the British policy of FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with Street to Colonial Drive,-fill in with brick < At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.
; width of 14 feetNorth
. ;\ linkag together. .her vast territory in garage; elegantly furnished; on .average Orange Avenue, Colonial Drive to RESOURCES. .
\ : Lake Lucerne. Jas.. A. Enox. the connection with Lake Ivanhoe Boulevard
So>tI1. Africa, extending from Cape 8-27-tf extension of North Orange venue'30 feet,

.. , Colony;through:Rhodesia'up .to Lake Lake Ivanhoe Boulevard extension of North Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $379,514 36
Avenue to city limits 16 feetSouth
.Tanganyika, ;and her equally large FOR RENT' Orang Orange,,Avenue, from'.end of brick Over-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62a 34

U pewee iOfLhi: northern Africa, x.l Fourteen room house; modern, up- ''at Phfllir Garage to Lucerne Circle, fill in Stocks and ,Bonds .,. .,. . n. . . . . . . 26,01833.
with brick of.average width of 14 feetSouth
tel4dInt .from-Egypt, through the to-date partly furnished fruit; on and Lucerne flow I; Orange Avenue from Lucerne Circle : Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 26,637 37

SHd n,'down to" British' East Africa ers.Circle J.; with Watkins.garden, 7-80-d&w-tf. 'I to Gore Gore Avenue Avenue from 18 feet South Orange Avenueto ,Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . 291,39348 .

h '" 'These British possessions; .in the I' Kuhl Avenue 24 feet
Kohl Avenue from Gore Avenue to Southern -
] Berth 'and the south, stretch'almostcentiaaously ; FOR ,RENT Two office spaces iaur city limits 20 feet $724,185 88

:oI. : } .for: ,OOO miles,' giving :: tore at No..9 W. Church street Railroad Central to Avenue Garland from Street Atlantic fill in Coast with brick Line LIABILITIES.

the hope ,of.,realizing Cecil Rhodes'dream Contain and we, win show you. Fierce 14 feet.Central. *
I Electric Co. 3-29-tf Avenue from Garland Street to Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000
"of continuous. i "Cairo io theCape" limits 30 feet
city
tJ route entirely 'under British BMMWBJVMWMPBWP B | Western Central Avenue from,Main Street to West Surplus and Undivided Profits .1 . . . . . . 39,961 35

'1'- ; WSOBLLANBOUS Street fill in with brick"of width of 14 feet Re-Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None
'autlleritThis'stretch is now interrupted ; Central Avenue from West Street to Sum-
for sale of merline Street 24 feet Bills Payable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None
at only one point,where, for TWO MILK COWS ; one
tl, .,260 mSee,. German; East Africa projects .. them has a'young calf; both Jerseys Lucerne Robinson Circle Avenue, entire from circle railroad 18 feet to Orange Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582,669 47

; neither of them is old. W. A. Avenue 24 feet Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . .'. . . . . 1,55506
f.P 'anarm: straight across the Branner, Maitland, Fla. 9-13-lt Robinson Avenue from Orange Avenue to
\ .efcam of British possessions extending East Street 24 feet. .
Magnolia Avenue from Robinson Avenue to $724,185 88
}\ 'freer the'north to ,the south BOARD AND ROOMS-House newly Colonial Drive 24 feet

One-of'the,reports from- Blanquire, furnished -and remodeled. North-week. American Hughe Street Street 24 from feet Central Avenue to Reserve Carried by the.B nk . . . . . . $291,393 48

i 'in;British Africa,,tells. of. the taking era Excellent cooking.location.$5 and Magnolia$6 per House, Washington Main Street Street from full Confederate width of present Monument roadway to Reserve required by Law . . . . . . . 116,533 89

h of Laagenburg,. at .the:head.,of Lake comer South and Boone streets. Mrs. Washington Street to Robinson Avenue L -

.Nyassa/in' 'German'East Africa. This Marie Lewis; manager,' 9+lmFOR' 24 Main feet Street from Jackson_ Street to Lucerne '. Reserve in Excess of Arat. Required by Law $174,859 59

is: the' section,'immediately at issue, \Circle, 24 feet
; ' 1 saddle Main Street from Jackson Street to Church Deposits on June 3Q, 1913 . . . . . . . $527,758
R which forms: the 'link between the .. SALE-A..No mare, width.
it ,British pooooooiona of the'north and -or buggy horse. Address, careWright's \i full West Street Central Avenue, to Anderson i Deposits on June 3b, 1914 . . . . . . . 582,66949 r
,Box 567. 9-2-tf Street 24 feetAnderson
south. Street from West Street to DeLaney -
it .' Street 24 feet INCREASED .. . . . . . . . . $54,91148The
and Porto Rico sweet
HALL
1 .' . NANCY DeLaney Street from Anderson Street to
t, LIST OF LETTERS potato slips at $L75 per 1,000. Gore Avenue, 24 feet
M I. Quick delivery. Cash Apopka Plant Jackson Street from' Orange Avenue to the management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Coy endeavors

\ .- Co.. Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf present Atlantic roadway.Coast Line Railroad full width of te persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its

il List ofr/letters remaining uncalled South Street from Orange Avenue to Atlantic treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.

4 for in tie Post,Office at Orlando, Fla Who is'your painter.and: decorator? Coast Line Railroad full width of pres-
t
.roadway. Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
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h for: :_the. ,week ending ,September, 12, If[ you are satisfied keep the one you Anderson Street from DeLaney Street to safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
'1914.. When .calling for same please have if not, phone W. T. Entrican Lake Street.,24 feet
t Ne. 666. 1-20-tf Lake Street from Anderson Street to Palmer

--F o U sty "Advertised.. Concord Street Avenue 24 feet.from Magnolia Avenue to : liiiiiiniiiiimiiiiiiiiii t t s s:::! niinnunzznnnnznnzwtzwnnuii! !;
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(f ,Barber, Mrs.' Rachel BILL TO REMOVE CLOUD. Trenton Street, 24 feet

1 ..CrawlqKrs.'W.;. Ev Hillcrest Avenue from Magnolia Avenueto
In Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit Broadway 24 feet
\\ Collins, Miss Josie. Orange County. In Chancery.J. Boone Street from Church Street to South DYNAMITING done in all its branches. WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ? .
Street full width of present roadway.
it Douglass, Mrs E.: Elizabeth. H. Quay .
;. ..: Bill to Remove Cloud Boone Street from South Street to Irvine Clearing land is our specialty.Let
I :Earl l; 'Miss, Mamie. All:unknown parties Street 20 feet us do your work.. Estimates
FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF
FLORIDA
; claiming interests Marks Street from Orange,Avenue to Lake-
;.i ,Fields,, :Mrs. Jane. under. Britton .Dixon, view Avenue 24 feet; Lakeview Avenue' from cheerfully given. L. N. Lewis, 406S. FOR WOMEN

:Harvey, Miss Evelyn. deceased. Marks Street to Lake Ivanhoe 16 feet East strut; 7-14-lmo GAINESVILLE
Church Street from Garland Street to Par-
To all parties claiming interests under Brit- TALLAHASSEE.College .
i :Moffett, Inez,B. ton. Dixon deceased In the Southeast ramore Street 24 feet. -
, :Morris, Mrs. See .' *. quarter of Seetion 82, in Township 22, Church Street from Main to West Street of Arts and Science;Normal School;
South Range 82 East in Orange County fill in with brick. School of lute: School of Expression;
Morgan,. xn. 'Ln7: Florid*. American Street from Atlantic Coast Line School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate I 8 Colleges and Divisions: Liberal Arts:
:Moore 'Mrs. Gertrude 0. .YOB are hereby ordered to -appear to the Railroad to Lucerne Circle, 24<< feet I School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming I,Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers
', ,, bill filed In this cause on December 7. 1914, -Adopted September 1. 1914. ne Cathedral SChOOl pool; basket ball and tennis courtsmew and I College; Experiment Station-; Extension Division
'.Sanders, : ,.Miss.'Lanese.p .' [' ', *: at the Court House In Orlando. Florida. E. F. SPERRY, modern building; beautiful campus; dormitories -I ; Graduate School Ten new brick buildings -
It is further ordered that this order be Mayor. have all modern conveniences: ; new besides: gymnasium swimming pool and
_-p ,i., "Suank, Mrs. Charles. ,..; published once a week for twelve successive Attest: CARL JANSEN. ORLANDO. FLORIDA dininz room and kitchen most hygienic in -many: subsidiary buildings 61 officers, instructors *
Taylor Miss,/Bellie. weeks prior to said December 7, 1914 In the \ City Clerk. Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 counties and assistants SS4 young men
; south Florida Sentinel a newspaper pub (Formerly known as PtD.Clark School and 12 states last session. '7 Florida counties and 24 States and
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Walters, Miss Olevia. / lished In Orange County aforesaid. TUITION FREE In College and Normal foreitrn countries last _ioa.
Walker Mrs. }Hattie, Witness Ill)' band and the seal of the said NOTICE OF ELECTIONTo REOPENS OCTOBER 7 School. Board and entrance fees for the TUITION FREE Board and Entrance Fees.
Circuit, Court this 4th day of September year $124.00. For catalogue write $13150 per year. Write today: for catalogue
Williams,*,Miss Agnes. i-':\ A. ,D. 1914. the Sheriff of Orange County: of the A Boarding and Day School for Girls. EDWARD CONRADI President A. A. :MURPHREE, President

'.' :Miss Alma B. M. ROBINSON State of Florida: Regular and Special Canses-Primary,
Williams Be It Known, That I, H. CLAY CRAW.FORD. .
Clerk Circuit Court. Orange County Florida. Intermediate and Academic GradesMule -
Barber, Mr.- Leon. Secretary of State of the State of -Art Elocution-Phyrfcal Culture WOOD FOR SALE FOR SALE
Florida do hereby give notice that a
Admirable Situation
-- Domestic Science-
,Brooks,..Mr. Thomas. GENERAL ELECTION and Surroundings-Climate Healthful Nursery stock, one, two, three and

:Barnes,_Mr. J.. 0.. ',' : ,'" Will be,on held in Orange next succeeding County State the first of Careful Home Life-Capable Teachers- For the montn of August I will four year old buds; Fester Early,

? BainesiMr;' J.'E. ..f :' $1.25Excursion Mnday in Novmber, A. D. 1314, the-said Low Rates. sell, at my farm, pine at 85 cents per Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash.
Tuesday being the Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, Bishop Mann, strand, and oak at $1.00; also some
: :Mr )ji;: :. .,.,.{ry, THIRD DAY OF NOVEMBER Reefer. President. saw logs cheap. A. S. Hodges, R. 1, ington Navel; Address Mrs. 11.Kah1$
I Baidey, Mr. Lee. .:: For United States Senator from the State of Orlando. 7-30-lra Apopka, Fla. Phone 2221 3-13-tf
Florida for six
from
: years March 4, 191S. .
Browa'Mr.'rank.Baird : .:. For Representative from the Fourth Congressional -
.," District of the
State of Florida 5n
.Kr. .D. the Sixty-fourth' Congress of the United tttttl.III.llllt

Blair,Mr,. Arthur. _ ,: States. Mil tctltl' .O.I III. H
: For Commissioner of Agriculture of the 99
f .C mpb n, Mr. T..A.. State of Florida.
Clark :'Vil James. .- ,; : : For Two Justices of the Supreme .Court cf
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the State of Florida. &ft"Oim& fiJThey
Campbell, lirv Huau. '' TO For Two Railroad Commissioners'of the
State of Florida.
FreaxieMr. George.. # For Two Members of the House of Repre- I
,Gray Mr. 'D. &: : sentatives of the State of Florida.
,,' ;
.. For Sheriff.
Jacobs, :Mr.. W._ tgloe'Mr TAMPA For County Assessor of Taxes. t
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Fred. .. -..": For Tax Collector. Were
\ For County: Treasurer.For to z
,Ramekins, 'Mr.' Anford.. -.. 1 : Five County Commissioners.For .

Linston, 'Mr.. Joseph? ." : :. Public Three Instruction.Members of the County, Boardof

Lay, Mr.: ,'Robt D., ,' :: a. : ... SturdaySepI.t 1m I For Justice of the Peace in and for th'' fallowing -
Justice Districts viz:
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Mobre,-:Mr. V.:: E. .-_ ; No. 14.;

Mea Bnon,.Mr Jim. '. ,- : .; No.No.1b.20. -- be Married Soon
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No. 22.
Murray, Mr.,Willis.; .
,- VIA For Constable In and for the following. lus-
Pollock; Mr. Fred. 7\ tice Districts vis:
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Sterling,.Mr.' Mike.; '' ;. ; No.No. 10.14. Came to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of

.TiI Thomas pet' ;Mr.Mr. Sainy.. Mlantic oast tine No.No..20.15. four or five rooms They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable

No. 22. the amount{ oi which they had available for the furnishing of their
money >
yet
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.Wilson;')[r. Julii ; In Testimony: Whereof. I hare hen into .
) r Mr. j;> : set my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the home made expensive peices prohibitive.
Weston ) John.
The Standard Railroad of the South State of Florida at Tallahassee the Capital I.
Wiggins,' Mr. J. H. F..': this the twenty-fourth day of August A. D. They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.

:WUlkms, Mr.;J. T. > ;"";' : 1914VL( S.) H. CLAY CRAWFORD, We offered a few suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were

'-Walton JI r H. C., Special Train Secretary of Stste. much with what had and took memorandums of what
.. > ;; .. . To J. F.. Gordon, Sheriff Orange County. pleased they seen they

Williaftfi, Mr..Arthur. 8-29-td. thought they should want.

'Give:'ER the Shake Win bare Orlando at 7.43 a.m, and MASTERS SALE After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doing

returning will leave Tampa 5.30 DJB. Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure the best possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their or-

and sale rendered by the Honorable .
Give 'the:'ped ers the cold shake. James W. Perkins. Judge of the Seventh Judicial der with us.
: For information call on.Ticket Agent, Circuit of the State of,Florida sitting This is of hundreds of homemakers whom
we
Their..interests are no concern: to you. in Chancery for Orange County: in a certain > a typical.example are

4 oj. :They take mosey out of a; town but or cause pending In said"Court, wherein The .
+ State Bank of Orlando, a corporation iseooaplainant pleasing.We
leave none. They ,have no businessreputation an extensive stock ol serviceable attracts e homefurnishings
J. 6. ;KffiKLAND,, D p JL, and Willet Groover and.Irma carry ,
J to sostain ':and'are morelikely M. Groover are defendant, the undersigned
; from the, lowest which good to the best. Your
Ffefida. as Special :Master In Chancery, 'win sell-to grading priced are very appropriation -
not There is
. to akin'you.than. .. the highest bidder for cash in front of the .
'f- : for: furnishing:your home may be, anything from $175 toicooor moreL
i t abeolotely{not .a. single advantage in Court House door in Orlando Florida during
the legal hours of sale on you can'make the, most of it wjth Ls.Kkicaid '
frost therefore
buying .a peddler!; give NOTICE TO. CREDITORS .MONDAYSEPTEMBER '7, 1914,

these itinerants. the shake. There ,isis the' mortgaged property referred ,to.. In said
In' Court of
of the County Judge State ::
'not an ,article.they,sell :that cannot Florida. decree, to-wH; "
.The northwest 1.arter'of the southwest
be* boaght .
\ .' .......".. To all 'Creditors Legatees Distributees and
tales ty (22) south of range twmtr-l: De (29),east;
i ', in yoar town,who pay and .all Persona hating Claims' 'or Demandsaginst.said less one-acre'square m'the northwest corner & Snowden

help:bud tip, < of.Orange and State of Florida:; Teras caehV: ;
for 6. Trade-with the -
= mer. and
nothing required,to present any claims and demands -
Purchaser to for titles. '
pay
chants a3 let' the ..hida'JOU., or either of you assay -
peddlers
;geei FRANK A. SMITH,, j"
have against the estate of N. J. Patrick '
} - deceased, late of.Orange County Florida.. SveeW.liaten'Aweery.Massa , ..;
'4t F..elWaeter at
Prices
' :Wariow. Popular
.. : the: undersigned' Adminktratriz: of u14estate '
She CM Declare a: MwatoriamA > Solicitors for Whtsawt i !
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within oae year from the date hereof..
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I\ !The-sale is ..... low .
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..if chance what *

> ew gets a ,, Dated. August 6. A. a'91L.
to .October 5.,1W. _.. ._
HART Eo'PATRICK: Cor. Main and PinckSts. Orlando
reprii U Ce:BI aae:win..exact,,from !. ..L..L. > j Florida

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i'.q I nrlte; United"Front, Raymond W. ,Greene, physical director denominations are expected to attend

.... (By:Alfred Noyes) and leader of,the religious activities their own churches, and are placed '
:The: .'Kaiser;in his reply Belgium, 'of the student body, writes under the particular care of the pas- TEN1; REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD

has;definitely.placed it-on'record for that 'a conference of the various tors of their own choice. The college -

all',.futuie:ages "that' the destiny of Young Men's Christian Associations emphasizes the essential' Chris-

I Germs_ . .&:depends' absolutely,upon his of.the Florida? colleges will be held at tian truths which are common to all COOK WITH GAS F
,light to:\vie 1a teguardntees,. tear up Rollins in the.latter part of October.It the churches, and seeks to maintain a ;
: .'treaties; ;:and dishonor his own word. is 'eXpected that .some fifty dele- vital 'Christian atmosphere, in the

He himself,has:now definitely stated gates will be in attendance, from the class room, on the athletic field, and ,

it'in'lar'tuage-which does. not. admit University, 'Stetson, Southern, and in the social life of the campus. 1 1

"l"''Of: any- :otfcer;interpretation;:and. the Columbia,'and perhaps from various 1. Convenience 6. Speed
doty.ofnations that;::respect _law, high schools,'and a program of great Reel's' Steam, Laundry last week :
:fcoooiyaod; rig teoosness is now quite interest and value is being prepared.It unloaded a car of modern laundry 7.
Efficiency
':clear.:;: ' is*,believed ,that this conference, machinery and will open the damp 2. Comfort ,
: coming: near the beginning of the wash department next Monday, Sept.
4''
: ,ThanonIyI.should. .it have- -come,. if year, will have.an excellent effect onthe 14th. Cleanliness 8. Safety '
come it must; -- moral life of all On account of several large machines -
religious and
at :Not:with'a riot. 'of. .flags. .or a mob-. 9. Perfect 4
; Regulation3of
I Iwrn the colleges of the state. not yet arrived, will nbt open 4
? "Bat with'a'noble'faith,'a conscience. The emphasis on the religious life his complete laundry and dry cleaning Simplicity

,' _high: ,-: 28th.If Heat
1.R has always been strong. at Rollins. It until September
't- And .p\Ue'"aBd wherein we proud'trust, ,as. heaven- *, was_founded, and it has always been you want the damp wash, phone 5. Accessibility > 10.: Economy
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We".'.who;have fought,for'peace.,.have controlled, by men who believed thatan 654, 'or 'drop a card.
h' : :dared the,thrust I education which is not based sol REEL'S STEAM LAUNDRY.For .

Of. eatamny her die,.for,peace'and;'_ 'WatchedHer idly and professedly on Christian whites only. 4.12 2wks t _

..K fiteheens rent from sky to truth, may do,more harm than good, I y
'' outraged:sky, -, both to the individual and to society.It NEW CANCER ,REMEDY ,.-
'By felon: hands: and 'trampled into has always insisted that Christiancharacter CLEANLINESS .
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".-"y the duet.'w., is the thing to be aimed at Removes cancers, tumors of all

'We .fought h. .'for:peace,' and.'we have in the training' of young men and women kinds.isfied. Dr.No money C. W. Hains until ,you 4.7 are Warren sat- Cleanliness is. one of the greatest items in favor of the Gas Range. ",

': "sonthelaw.Cancelled ,above all ,things else. It is absolutely Bldg., Lafayette street Tampa, Fla.91310t . ,
! v felon;hands'no$ once, .,'-nor, twice,- ,, by undenominational, both in The ALL GAS KITCHEN is always clean and is very easily kept clean,
:' control and in spirit, for it believes
But '
yetagain
chartered again'again'and
Y TroubleMr. because there are no kindlings or dirty fuel to litter the floor and
Thrives \
/f. . that ,a\1' denominations are funda- Tom. on up no
We'foyjht for peace;,'now; in, .God's mentally one, and that the particular Taggart seems to be having his : ashes or waste to be carried out every day. Because there is no smoke .
name,'we draw.The doctrines which divide them are of political troubles just now, but of .
> .a1td cword bands,'not:.with a, riot of- flags. relatively ,small consequence, andhave course, there is nothing that he enjoys or soot to mess,things up and make the kitchen look like a boiler room.

But silence- 'and a. mustering' of men.. 'no place in education,. outside more.-Indianapolis News. Make y ur kitchen clean and sanitary. '
t< r 1I- the churches themselves. Winter I
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i IL. Park"has four churches, Baptist, Con. Getthe news in the Sentinel first. 1
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They'challenge Truth. .An Empire ,qCOOK WITH GAS AND BE COMFORTABLE..
makes reply, ', c.
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SPRAY
And'w*;'shall confaer.. Though theireagles INSECTICIDE
fly." c GAS DEPARTMENT
Through. Heaven. ; around 'this an-
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Powers that were never. vanquishedH
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The, Unconquerable':Powers .that can and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September -
"Jot lie.. .
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'and,October are two of the best months for -
kg WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
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:But- they-' who:;challenge':'Truth, .Law. ,, spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents insects -

''The Justice bases,, all which:,God. .and man from sapping trees all winter, and brings them AND DO ALL KINDS OF

a' Throughout'Stand'sure ialleges' ,-'.tools. !. they .out.in a good healthy condition in the spring thus OPTICAL REPAIRING $8 Charleston and Return $8"Clyde

" "tfcoagSt.us torn, ! insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom.
So far with discord that the. blow

t' nightfall.Powers J. 'SdNARR &: CO. Orlando, Florida VIA

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host . (Soeeeaaor to Dr. 0. P. AIM) 'Class, Meals and Berth Included
:Nations that greatly iuflded. ,. greatly -- ORLANDO .FLORIDA
stand. ,* c'"' : .
,In; these.,dark:hours the splendor 'JIjJ.J1II& Awt
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, got a Hand= This special rate good on any of the Company's
:Has:moved,behind:the darkness tilt .
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that coast FOR SALEAT steamers August, 22nd to October 17th' MUJJ* a>
Wherehate'and faction' seemed to inclusive.Return '
.1 ', .triumph most '.'_' "
,Reveals itaelf-a buckler and ,abread THE MARKET A- .
," Limit 10 Days
f. ..** 'Ourrough.heWn Wor1r,7shining. o'er, ..
sea-and land= - BARGAINThree .
;:But shaped to:nobwends' than man .Of Cleanliness Of Quality Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every
could
'T { boast Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.

> It ,isG d's answer.; .Though, for. FRESH..AND SALT HEATS ten acre tracts. on
' a Orlando and road
yeaThie"land Kissimmee. ,
( the FISH AND GAME r
. forgot faith that .
two'and'
one half miles For reservations and further
made her great, ,. t only particulars apply to
: ;Now as her fleet east. off the Northfoam Kitt.tIte beat. mkarx cwdtttoM.sentied from the office Orlando
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post
; 1. Sea i 1 1&ide.'an fruf the % aid kept frtab
away, est H. G. WENZELFla. Pass.
Caefang faction and all::fear, .Bveryt Will sell one or' all. The Agent
Tme-Ili the.majesty, of '. ... .... -
a herfate,. satfarfactlm We Imererytitaffai price will double when the W. St.
Britain Wevfteacfei and fatnatee 122 Bay JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Y
reaeabers her'sword
,'and
brick road is laid. Other
: t:strikes home. .the Meat, e. .

... l ..< ," .. small tracts .for grove purposes -- ...
} ', 'S/oF'FOUIGN'jVAKS' -' The PARLOR MARKET at lues. Also
.rr IN : :buying v The Sentinel is the t
; COUYENTION4gate . . ., only progressive *
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;: 'f. groves city metropolitan morning paper be

t f!Pit'tsburgPa.B l pt.'l4.-ytJtI 'del'-; -RMSelf&Co.. property at prices;.that coin-. tween Jacksonville andTampa. Sendit -
from afl ;.Itail. -'
meatxaWid.. the country' caaal';' PINE: STREET nand attention. to josr,friends(by mail in Florida DR. J. .C' .HOWELL
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10-12, 34 and
by>> appointment
MS- ftfid olflcwaerc.
'lowsin iiid :the Miinsukr ; ': Dc...__::" 'No ,.80 ... : : I. I N. extra charge for house
vtd ... : :of'. > ..sw.ip -" 'r ---S ARM 11flUa To md sad wee Sentinel.'1vant." Tekf eee .connections

Md" here today.., ::1\1/;+'"'-u' :-- ? ." ea';get ill vake':for your money.ipviy. Office eer..Orure and Central.Avee.,
till adjourn:Thursday >
( : flLSENflNftHWITSD !CM*.wlr. .a wejrd each inser-
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:-P -- -v-, Y'vi .. Difficult-Fighting =:
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tt of Rheims-by the
allied 0.-
:. r Inside "a'State Bank,.Check-booktawaits= |l announced .by" the official troops'press was bujreau : -. THERE ,SHOULD BE '

**,an army: ,of "assistants., Our checks are I this"afternoon. The report said: ::
} the:most trustworthy' assistants you can.'have.lar' M{ 'The allied troops have occupied A :
they 'carry money jn absolute Rheims.' Constant Battle
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4 a i ,, t .safety., I "Six hundred prisoners and twelve ,;

., di Across town guns were, captured yesterday,by th J ; "
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across country they will Against Waste
the Thru __
corps on right of the British. Personal
i1 go to the one"person you direct ,Andthey ''Rain
: : has made the, roads heavy : and Home
come back-(remember, this point) ; Expenses
and is increasing the :
difficulty of the
-they come:backlegally,receipted. -
:
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German army in its retreat"A _ _
: Ari : checks further statement given out by
t .. < army trustworthy costs
Ti you:nothing. By,starting your checking the-offieial, press bureau this afternoon .: An account in the Peoples National

,account_here,they are yours .to command. says: Bank win prove"to be
"The
enemy is still occupying a ;
'y '
strong position to the north of Aisneand

the fighting is going on along the Fortress Strength .
: \ State, .Bank of Orlando whole line.
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"The crown prince's army has been :;; in time of your need, and establishes .
a. driven further back and is now online the :

of Varennes, Consenvoye and your standing in the community
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s r I. gSi '.&1i 'A ,lime,HOLE 1 IS#C01l'llZZls6loner SlZ5nE\L' BACK FROM BBIEF
Kda't
say.but one word: VACATION

f\ti EXPI S1VE'TQ____THE CITY s bat he said it good and.strong. -,.... d' .... ::.,... .. '.' ,"iiT.... . . .... -
The hole was about six inches Washington Sept. 15.-President : : : . ... ....; ,''.' '
Yeriterday afternoon a Sentinel rep- across and about four inches deep and Wilson returned to the ii ; 4'4'
capital this
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: .resentatrre 'Saw.-
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Commissioner. S. A.
-l Johnson; 'hustling' .down, had probably been scratched'out by a morning'at 11 o'clock and drove immediately .. 0' .
F Orange ave- dog or some child at : :
play. It took just to the White House where 0". (
: Q ..nue.as if his life depended it,
upon shovel
one. full of dirt to fill it up he had a conference with :
and Weary as to the trouble brought completely. Commissioner leaders congress ;
f Johnson over the _
: war revenue bill.
:',',** the information: that the. hustling j says it is not unusual to get such "
'11 guardian of the, streets had been in1. I L- ,
t' : and that they are expensive to I CHARITY SEEKERS KEEP RICH : ;, :
v formed
r thai there was a dangerous I the ,
city taking not .
only his time butthe MAN IN FLIGHT
|\i i ;;:eave4nat.the. comer of Washington time of one or more of the streets r
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[L t and'.West;streets. ,Mr Johnson wa !gang. That hole I causes as any man on earth. never visited in
yesterday afternoon Orlando has eight
had years. This
as a visitor for BASEBALLThe
t seeking a Clew of men to,go'and fill Some eight years he became
ago
could have been easily filled the ten week he has given his contribution
by past days.one of the to
up wealthiest
:the;hole up before two or three'au to-'the heir to English and Scotch estates the British,Red Winter Park boys will come tc
party reporting it with Cross
: one or two men in the world, and he has society in London -
Orlando
'- mobiles and score or which net him Thursday afternoon
between to
possibly.a play
more 1 kicks into, the twenty and
soft dirt been amounting to a
of I surrounding stopping at the San Juan, mak- huge sum. the local team
for
people had fallen twenty-five million the
into it. dollars championship-
t
it, or it'wpuld: .have. a year. Besides
done this within
damage ing the
no slight change in his in, past two
name
of
He located or His life Orange No
one of the street was made unbearable in county. doubt Barrs
his
!gang whatever he
.had it been left der years has given
open until that he might not be over fifty millions
.on Orange and .recognized. Western home the will do the twirling for the
avenue taking him the by hordes of Winter
next rain filled it Some He men- to help others. The shame
( up. people requested the Sentinel not to is that
a
with.his shovel into publish dicants for Parkites while Gore
his car hastened_ have sums from one million man's : or Bowman will
hard or life
a time should
.
t finding his be made
something name for the a burden
ri to, the dangerous:;spot, the 'Sentinelrepresentative to kick about. wherever he reason that more for colleges to a paltry $1,000 when if left alone he would work for the locals. Both teams havea
: going. along to 'reporta goes he is almost drivento for local charities So he has now the burdens of thousands. relieve. good line-up and a hotly contested
,: i disaster that'might have already. Eat desperation by appeals for aid forall taken to the habit of travel and is This game can be expected.
all
you want. kinds of institutions gentleman was well
,.. occurred When; we arrived at the Eat what you want. uals. He is in and individ- able by assuming a slight change in with Orlando, but said that pleased Go out and relieve your mind
it
-.2 I spot the can 'was,.difficult to locate Take a postscript and forget it veritable flight from his name to get along'without trouble be should from the effects of the European war.
made
: ,and, when it, was,'located the For'sale by all druggists.- this horde of charity seekers, though: but without a home. His Scotch cars, etc., etc.a little He livelier by trolley The game will be called at 3:30 and
he has given as largely to promises to return
l-7-d&w.lyr charitable '
castle of 360 the admission will be
Q rooms is kept but I only twenty-five
up to Orlando
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New
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where.. Full anywear also a splendid line of the
it; ., r cut coats, with .aced bottom, and well more dressy kind,

'l .lined, broad shoulders, new lappelsand new pockets ranging m price from | }2 tO 3
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with taped seams,,, patent: waist band ,
watch and hip Blouses for Boys K. & E.
pocket and belt Kaynee the Standard
straps priced from f
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