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'f'Y', ,T 0, ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1914. NUMBER 188.




::: DBATTLE: IS NOW IN PROGRESS


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p'. :, WILL,PROBABLY DETERMINE., IF WAR IS TO CONTINUE WAR HITS U. S. HARDERTHANIRELAND ORLANDO VISITOR R READY

a IN:FRANCE,OR "BE;TRANSFERRED 'WAR TAX Will ORLANDO MAN

TO GERMAN'TERRITORY '
II f TO SERVE ENGlAND
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'tide of Battle Favors Allies But HIT ORLANDO AW HISTORY I

FOOD PRICES'IN EMERALD TRAVELING MAN IS LISTEDAS

r \\I German Fighting Desperately ISLE ARE MUCH LOWER :MEMBER BRITISH

: THAN-HERE CONCERNS[ NAVY MAKINb1IR.

Japanese Have'Captured( Railway Station at Kiau Chau, and Are -
Food Price Boosters Make the Sixty-one Years of Age He Is
; JStifl.Landing-Tree s.at Laak Kow-England Is Bringing
I American Public Pay Highlyfor Willing to Go With His
i 'Tree s From' India to Reinforce..Allies in France- EVERYBODY WILL HELP LOUIS BAS WAS IN
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the War in BEAR THE BURDENOF Nephews and Grand. FRANCE DURING THE
i i j! i EBgKsh'Bearing Brest.of the Fighting
EuropeWe children to Fight MOBILIZATION
WAR
ii"ii. ,U France. I

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Paris.I.! ; set. 16.-(-Special.) The' rear, guard. engagement uponwlijckthe doubt couldn't that we be live very under patriotic the best and Bill IS ROOY fOR CONGRESS[ Orlando on the furnishes European its quota war, and of sidelights last- I SAW MANY WOUNDED[ AT ROUEN[

.(German retreating right wing entered on Monday, September government on earth, but sometimes -
night J. Greville Haslam, a memberof
; '14th,._has(velopedlnto what promises to be the decisive :'. despite our patriotism we are proneto Banks, Picture Shows, Tobacco the Royal Nova Scotia yacht Where British Hospital Ships
doubt it. The has
European war
;battle,of the,campaign in France. Dealers, Telegraph and Tele- Are Stationed and Eighty
closed some of the principal marketsof squadron, of Halifax, N. S., who is
; The'fighting proCeeded with renewed fury today all along the
: phone Companies Among Thousand British Troops
the world and in some of the coun- stopping at the San Juan on his an-
.11Qmile front in_which nearly all of.the 2,000,000 men of the rival '
tries involved there has been no increase Concerns Taxed nual visit to Orlando, told how Emperor Landed in France
'-armies,),together with about' 500,reinforcements. of the allies, in food prices, while in others, -,
Austria
of
Francis
Joseph, was
areengaged4sThe; particularly France and Germany, the After
Washington, Sept. 16.Democrats greatly responsible for the war and many interesting experiences
maximum prices that be charged
Germans are fighting. strictly on ,the,defensive and are battlin may of the house :ways and means com- how declared because in France during the mobilization of
-f : ' for food are fixed by the government.In war was actually millions of troops and during the
"feiocioasly'to the utter'rout of the armies whose. bunch of mittee today worked out details of i'
\ prevent the United States a of Germany's greed and ava- :fighting that followed, Mr. Louis Bas

,realignment. their covering;movement.is designed to protect. speculators can get together and fix the new war revenue bill with the arrived home last night, much to the

Though no definite-results have, come out of the three days of prices at :whatever height they choose. proposed tax on freight transportation rice.Mr.. Haslem is traveling represent- delight of his father and his many ;,
eliminated direction
the
.,. An investigation is ordered and whileit by pf
'fighting. . _, ,,the', .enemy- > .is being: .forced\" 'back, 'steadily. before. the allied goes on the speculators are getting party caucus and with the approval ative for the Louis P. Rice company, friends. He is one in the of the and most shortly popular :

forces., begin; 'fighting. with dogged resistance every mile of the rich. The investigators take evidence :of, President Wilson. of New Orleans, a big harness manu young men city -
>*" after his arrival he was surrounded
G and to about As framed the bill provides for He handles the
r way 4 are ready report a yearor facturing concern. by a company of friends at McElroys -

.:,The, :advance. :of the .allies, 'is: described. by. the war, office as two after the necessity which these special taxes, in addition to output of the company's four factories pharmacy, where he was importuned -
wine beer and taxes
gasolene -
steedy,but net ra pid. For the allies the situation continues favorable prompted their appointment has previously but the very lucrative businesshe to recount some of his interesting -
't passed, and in the ,meantime the agreed upon: enjoys will not deter him from enlisting experiences.Mr. .

*i.generally...' American public ha? been robbed of Banks with capital and surplus hot under the colors of the Union Bas left Paris shortly before

The 'Germans'have delivered several;counter attacks and have millions upon millions and the many exceeding $25,000, $50 a year and $2 Jack, and while attending to businessin war was declared and spent the

I occupied' new' t Ds'upon 'which they have made occasional impoverished in order that the few for each additional $1,000; stock brokers this section he awaits a cablegram month of August at Rouen, sailing

may grow rich. $50; pawnbrokers, $20; commer- from: the British war office, ready,
rallies :but have been always repulsed. from Havre on the liner La Tour ine
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' cial brokers, $20 custom house bro-
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The above inspired by a letter willing and anxious to whereverit
.The I&tish:first forms center of the allied line of go on September 4th and reaching New
: corps the
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1 received yesterday by Mr. Hugh kers, $10; proprietors of theaters, might be his lot to be ordered.
attac .north of .the,river Aisne:and. ,'the brunt of. the fighting is museums.and concert halls $100; circuses York eight days later having as his
s ," :;"'1' ... .Yk ; .. Allen from his ,sister in Ireland, in Trim, neat and precise-an Englishman fellow six hundred other
,ford in i its front,:whi1e'Fren supporting on'the, left and rightare which she discussed the high pricesof $100; public exhibitions, $10; in every detail-Mr. Haslam Americans passengers anxious to get home.

1 engaged, intermittently, thus far..battle ..- ,food in war stricken Great Britain.' bowling alleys and billiard halls, $5 entertained and delighted a numberof Mr. Bas says that in France all
-' She complains ,that the war has per alley or table. his friends at the hotel last night
.. Tie. front. extends from the region of Noyon to the pla- the excitement preceded the declaration -
( to. rise to the,'unheard Dealers in leaf tobacco, $6 to $24, of the Although
caused
sugar with his aclunts war.
of and followed. When
.teaiqnorth of'Vic-sur-Aisne, and from Soissons Lemass and Laon war none
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according to volume of business deal-
:+. and one-half centsa ; have
t 5 i * ** of price of eight he preferred to no men-
became actual fact the Socialist
to tHe heights north and;west Rheims. Another line runs fromttofet ,pound. Yesterday sugar was selling erin tobacco, $12; manufacturers of tion made of it, Mr. Haslam is prepared war anti-war In demonstrations ended-

:. : . ,' 'north, ,, ofVi'lle: -sur-Tourbeto.the. west of-the- Argonne, in Orlando at ten cents pound. tobacco and cigars, $6 to $24.' to leave with seven nephewsand and all men became united for France,

region 1i.and_'thence along;third line'north'of-Varennes, just evac- She further declares that breakfast Two Cents Tax, on Bank Checks a brother for the scene of war. grim determination taking the placeof
bacon is selling there for fifteen cents Bank checks two cents; (stamp He has cabled to the British war of-
ua tff Germans, ,to the river Meuse at a point near Foges, north the excitement of the few days
It was selling yesterday in tax) drafts or bills of exchange, in- fice and if his services needed
'{ of,Verd a a-pound. are preceding the formal declaration of {
>nin
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.f \ Orlando at thirty cents a pound. land, two cents for each $100; certificates John Bull will have an addition of at lostilities.
." : g .this whole'front,the fighting' is being forced upon the The meat packers can't sell bacon of deposit, two cents; promissory least'nine Englishmen from America. Seeing world history in the makingwas
because of the resistance offered by the notes, two cents for, each $100
principally any cheaper' in the United States, ; Were Mr. Haslam to exercise the the remarkable experience

,fOrt' ea 'at,;Troyon,-t2:miles southeast! of Verdun, which will go they say.because of the "shortage of money orders, two cents per $100; express authority of age and superiority over through which this young Orlando F

"dow .in,history'.as the:,Liege oFi-an.ce. ,The_.resistance of:'this live stock," but they can ship it to receipts, one cent; freight receipts his kinsmen, he,could enlist 22 grand- :man has just passed, and it is safe
Ireland' and retail it there for just or domestic bills of lading, one children in the cause of Great Brit- I
to that the impressions gainedof
: fort foiled the per&te.effort ofthe-German.army'to open the assume
;: half the American cent; telephone messages costing 15
his
"' \ what they charge ain. The majority of grandehli- a great nation preparing for a life
Metarthrough_the country between Verdun and Epinal. i cents or more, one cent; bonds, 50
wayTHis people. Ireland produces no sugar dren live in the United States, and and death struggle will,last througha
defeat. .of.the Germans. prevented the Metz army coming to whatever, importing every pound, and cents; certificates of deposit, two most of them are males and of age. life time. He was at Rouen during

; the f Distance of.the'Gei'manJeft' effectively' 'cut off all chance retails it at eight and a half cents, cents per $100; certificate of damage, "I am 61 years of age," said Mr. the mobilization of France's millionsof
while the United States produces 25 cents; certificates not otherwise Haslam "but do I look it?" It was
:: ;:pf German: retreat across the Meuse. The French by their victories'jiloBg fighting men'and saw countless
; thousands of tons' and what we im- specified, 10 cents; charters, $3 ,to not a question with an egotistical air,
k the.line tW Verdun and Toul, with the,weight of thousands hastening to the front All
: brokers contract 10 cents
$10 con-
port comes from the West Indies, ; ; but one of frank inquiry. He was
railroads seized the
the i ipgagement! at .Troyon, remain' masters of this valley.Through veyances, 50 cents for each $500; tel- were by govern-
., which also supply. Ireland .to a great told that his face belied his age. ment and an endless succession of
this,victory of. the allied forces the Germans egraph one cent life insur-
: are com- extent. messages '; Mr. Haslam wears on his shirt train loads bl troops stopped all other -
pelle' tf'' accept: but':.one ,line ,of retreat This line is through We have no remedy: offer-just ance policies, 8 cents on each $100; bosom the insignia of the British traffic, even the mails being sidetracked -

grin and bear it, until we can devisea marine, inland, fire, casualty, fidelity which is privileged to membersof
; which might reach Luxemburg ,
:Nort. Pass byStehay.;,; , .,::through they, navy for the more important busi-
; .e and guaranty, half of one per cent.;
Yacht
form of government that can the Nova Scotia Royal
,,_ tThipnyille byway'of,Longuy;on Longwy. pro ness of preparing to repel the Teuton
leases, 25 cents to $1 mortgage or
tect its citizens in time of peace as ; squadron. If he should attempt to invaders.
: .
t: .. > Ty obattlee.and;" perhaps' three, may be necessary' before the well as in time of war. conveyance in trust, 25 cents for each cruise from the states in a ship of At Rouen Mr. Bas saw two full

:. :, GmWl ana' ..are. ''driven'. "outvof, 'q France., . Investigation here has shown that $1,500; power of attorney to vote, his own, he has a warrant that would army corps of British troops, eighty

;-I.:- i , ile, the',armies;of:'Generals Von Kluk and Von Buelow are the retailers are not responsible for 10 cents; power of attorney to sell, allow him to fly the blue navy fleet thousand of them, land in France,

., :r : ,,bead. >. ig the'brunt. of.the.'fighting, 'north of the Aisne the others the unreasonable prices, and the trouble 25 cents; protests, 25 cents; ware- sign. Of course, at present he is coming up the river Seine in trans

\" \ r.not"a' 'ttually engaged on other parts'of the line are taking advan- comes from among the whole house Chairman receipts Underwood, 25 cents. said the bill only an "out of port" member, but 1 I ports. He talked interestingly of the

t. ., ( breathing J if the first line is forced to salers. nevertheless, is as much a member, magnificent equipment of the British 3
:. .tage a spell, and give way would not be ready for introduction and so listed, as any other. forces with their hundreds of auto -
;, it:wD\be 'for it'to fall back' the second line which before tomorrow or possibly later,
,.. possible! : upon ABOLISH PARCEL POST STAMPS So enthused does he become in trucks, motorcycles and other modern R
:thou h'not refitted:nor. wholly rehabilitated, will at least be com.l but he hoped to secure 'passage in the talking about returning to fight for transportation vehicles.

parat vely.fresh: Washington, Sept '16.-A bill to house by Saturday. Britannia that no one can doubt his The British hospital ships are stationed r
{ \ ,, abolish the special parcel post stamps Republicans of the senate are preparing sincerity, but his Orlando friends will' at Rouen and there the British

;FRPNCH:,HAVE .YIELDED;'NOWHERE ON BATTLE LINE and substitute regular postage stampswas to attack the measure on the !hope that Mr. Haslam will not be wounded are carried from the battle-
ground that it is
', "I. . C passed by'the senate today. unnecessary. called across the Atlantic. fields and transported to the hospitals -
,': '1v1 ., .Bw< eaux. ,:Sept. 16.-:-(.Special.)-Bulletin., : It has' been learnedwat'Jj I in England. He says the shipsare

.y? *..battle.is still raging along, .the. whole front from Noyon :I CUDAHY RESIGNS PRESIDENCY magnificently equipped veritable
OF BIG MEAT CONCERN
'J \.'to Fades,.onthe;; 'Meuse. At'six this evening:it was stated that. CUSTOMS HEADQUARTERS[ AUSTRiAN ARMY l IS IN floating hospitals of the finest

-: .c the Flench' at I kind imaginable-and he saw hun-
had not ,
: ? yielded point
: any Chicago, Sept. 16SpeciaLA.(
"' wounded soldiers of the Brit-
dreds of
.
'
; t: -- GO TO TAMPA DANGER Of CAPTURE
fT E. Cudahy, Sr., today resigned as ish empire placed on them. '
/ 'JAPANESE cAPrUREDRAILWAY STATION AT of the
. president Cudahy Packing com-
:! '' At Havre, just before sailing, Mr.
;
{::--'k' .KIAU CHAULot pany. Mr. Cudahy will retire'from Bas saw the United States cruiser
: Washington, Sept 16. The senate the presidency and general London, Sept. Telegraphing
{ .. Jon, .Sept. 16.-(Special)-A.Reuter: : dispatch..from Tokio -the bill management Tennessee busily engaged as a ferry
today
passed Sparkman authorizing of the October 1st, from'Rome the of the
1\ '\'say si: ;, has been;:officially, announced there that Japanese scouts the transfer of the Florida but he will still company be identified with the correspondent boat, carrying thousands of stranded

7'j. 'captuiied the..railway. .station, :at.Kiau:Chau, September 13th. .The, customs office headquarters from business as a member of the board of: Daily Express says, : Americans from France to England
04 ; i "The surrender of the Austrian where they hoped to obtain transportation
;( 'Ja, pan+se embassy has received dispatch: :To o saying,that Jacksonville to Tampa. directors. Jos. N. Cuuahy a nephew,
the United States.
led by Generals Dankl and Von to
army
I J J1aise troops landed at, Lungkow China on September 2nd succceeds him as president.
J THE' WEATHER Auffenburg is imminent. The heir to Sailing from Havre on the morningof 'I

,.. and_ are still advancing on Hei.Taku,,which is near_Kku Chau.. the Austrian throne, ArchdUke September '4th, Mr. Bas had his
' .. Late bound books, only 50 cents.
i! is with General that
most
... -r Charles Frederick, thrilling experience nightin
Florida( Fair: Thursday Curtis & O'Neal
except
ENGfcAND : Dankl's army which is entirely cutoff the English channel It was rain-
-?TRANSITING INDIAN, .. ItOOiPS, ., > 'TO FRONT ram in extreme north portion.. Fri-
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and dark with
from communication. ing not a light
.Landon, Sept,.,) .--(Special-- the\latsmm. ..... 4. 'Five German army corps, march. showing anywhere except on tie Tou-
; : afternoon;Premier Asquith stated that'the indian,troope:are .I. ing to the relief of the Austrians, raine, when suddenly two cannon

-',,' *'now-ok the way:to the seat; oi,war.,' ,'' *. :-"./1 .'. -, FLEET- :: WILL BE ORDERED OUT OFUNWATERSIfVAFEWDAYS I have been checked at Grodek by the shots were fired with no ship visible

'!' ._ l third'Russian corps. General Dankl'sarmy from which they could have come.
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'"'I COMMANDS. ' CQUilTMAKTIALID -"' .GfiftMANS' _OtDHtED" :our ,eetea. is caught in the morass west of The Touraine stopped, but still no
$
::". n fA ,:-.= . : '* "\J. -. FRANC. ..' ..' $ the river San. Further west a flanking .i lights showed and presently two more
; : I
f ',' 3 -"r "'" ,-" army of 100,000 Cossacks isI shots were fired across the bow of
,Seg.. ." i6L- -:i. .Hate, .Wv': .. .. :Sept: : '16<=-(SpecklWith )'- .start at an earlier date.The awaiting it. Its artillery has been the liner, and the passengers were all

"freIa:Ptrerad.', ays Li' tAe !P lr tTft DrM W $ err.. for: all ;.American,' soldiers; along the Mexican border lost audits cavalry is in the bog. anxiety, not. knowing by whom they
.,i' ,:German-,:coanaadw.TolAad : ; as -- &wi,Sd .i, r iY.A1 troops to lid Yencan,sell by Octo- wHl 'be'withdrawn and .within a few "The last hope of the Austrians is were being held up.

>&,r -.AGEBMJIN ; : :...., !!iNlr Gm.urm bv lit, *m g n ts,were made. to-' days_ ':Secretary'of, the Navy' Daniels to concentrate between the triangular The Touraine replied with herwhistIes r

WM. taijt priaowr', .. .. ...... r w4ii r.d 47 fry &* W_ "and;,navy: depart- expects to issue orders which will fortress works of ,Przemysl, Cracow and presently a brilliant search

,, :!3 ">'" w J.iJata,.. !! to itart toe,:tMUanf ma- bring.-the remainder of "the' Atlantic and Jaroslaw. They can accomplish light was thrown on her from a war

;i. .. ., .*., _, ,_ ,.,. fee. Yon Crux on their, way fleet home. The' date for- "withdrawal' this, if at, all, onlyb. tremendous ship not more than 150 yards distant
-'. ]PWp ,.... ;r.-r;. ->"'''' : )..- IGt Selme:wfll of.'.border troops }has not been'fixed.ii; loss ens". (Continued:',on page 81t
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: lllllls''ctiMSJIJ' DESTROYING NORTH SEA MINES :Strangely enough, though the 'sub WHY DEFINITENESS PAYS. IN FLORIDA'S GRANDEST ALUGA-

i] marines kill many noncombatants and .ADVERTISING TOR DIES WITH HIS | Dudley Matthews

.; : ; (By. Herbert Temple,'>European Manager jeopardize peaceful shipping, their BOOTS ON

::.61' /-B :WHAP of .the, International:' News use is sanctioned by the rules of mod Here' and there one finds a mer ARCHITECTURAL AND GENERAL
'
I I Service.) '1 ern warfare, agreed upon by the nations chant who says he has tried advertising Pensacola, Fla., Sept. 15.The DRAFTING.Blue .
: :; : ; : and signed at the Hague. Eng7 but it largest alligator in west Florida and
,I . { ; i ;London, Sept. ,15.-There are in never made' pay. The Printing and Map Work. Pat*
: BEEN, OBTAINED.t IN i this great war more 'naval heroes land, so far as known, has not'resorted chances are ten to one that he simply the most destructive has been killedin ent office drawings, show cards, and
.I 1W FIGHTING I to mine laying in this war, but needs to study definiteness.The a lake near Red Bay, in general commercial art. Perspectives
; than those who wear gold bee on the
in color or flat washes.YowellDuckwrth .
h
i 11; p '-FlANCI.: .. > bridge and brilliant uniforms on thequarter that step is being urged upon. the ad- principle of the specific fact, ton county. To reach the waShing-I ROO iz

jri \ ,-" '' I deck. "Among these are the .miralty. and the specific instance. affect all necessary to go from
n ::1..ifl.id8.GtI : The whole of the AustriaHungarian boat Choctawhatchee and then Building
Forward !writing'and speaking. They make up bay
... : g i mine sweepers, who'' daily take their
r"t.' 't I acid ':.Of. ve, ;May "Be. i lives in their hands, that British warships waters are mined. Turkey has !one man's advertising a partial failure travel inland about eighteen miles. PHONE 54Z

:13 i ...: humid.. U'a Few:: I 'and merchant vessels may.have mined her ports and the Bosphorus. ,,while another's is a money get- There the alligator, with numerous 9lo.dwtf
n"- .-d Bays T I It has been hinted that almost the others, made its home. Its end was
safe passage in the North sea.
hi ....:-, These mine are naval'reserves whole of the Mediterranean is mined.So ter.If one man visits a strange city, brought about by Levi Miller and
sweepers
1 Berin, via.Adam and London, I and they use trawlers for their then, these men who are daily he comes back talking something like Tom Ward, who received an .order

.Sept :15,-Tbc 'Gwraan general< stafftodty :hazardous, work. Their task is to remove dragging the waters of the North sea .this: "It was fine, grand, splendid." from a Northern firm for thirty-five G.OO
: ; and the channel, searching for the His talk into alligator skins and they sought the
{ gave oat the following ,official from British waters the death evaporates vague, gen-
((1. o deadly mines that may be found by lake which is the center of im-
.. , et .J dealing mines strewn by the German eral phrases. The people that hear an
:\ 'In,'t&.western'theater.of war the I mine, planters. Every move they the trawler's prow before they are him talk know no more about that mense swamp. About midnight they Insect KillerVill

''t" ,rte WIll:Of oer army has been'engaged make, they place their. lives in jeop- discovered by the wire "net," are per- city than before. He has few listeners ventured out in a boat with lights Rid

= t ;q : in heavy.,but undecisive bat- ardy, but the trawlers proceed slowly, forming a service not only for their whatever his subject of conver- which blinded the 'gators, which they

I t&.- The; Fresh,.who endeavored to with eagle-eyed sailormen in their own' country, but for the navigatorsof sation may be. found in immense numbers. Among Your house all insects.

.. 4 break through our .lines,,were defeat: lookouts. every country. They are servingnot Another man remarks about the those killed was the big alligator. It
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t e L Mine sweeping is done in this way. only the allies, but neutral pow same town that it is full of buildings measured nineteen feet in length and Quarts S5c. Gallon $1.00
: :f'. '** ers as well They are even serving six feet the shoulders. There
: At'other points" where. there has Two trawlers work together, accompanied 20 stories high, that the streets wereso across
,= been fighting no..'.decisive results'hare by a destroyer. Each trawler Germany indirectly, because that nation's crowded he had to wait ten minutes was great joy when the hunters For sale by

: :J. .\ been reached." drags behind her a steel hawser witha ships have been blown up by at one cross walk to get over, emerged the next morning with the
}-:: If : their own mines. It will be remem- big alligator, for the people living for Carruthers &
that GoreWOODI
.A report, which was.in circulation heavy iron;:weight on the end, that and people were always in a
I I bered that the Germans planted hare miles around said had sufferedfor
they
: ; & parUaaefitary circles. last. night scrapes along the bottom of the seaThese hurry and the street railway con-
I ,}; 'that','the operationsi Mda1leady';: two iron weights are connectedby bor mines in the Franco-Prussian,war ductors always said'"step lively." more than twenty years becauseof

: 1,1 sulted ,in' a ,gnat victory found no a wire. The two trawlers are thus forty-four years ago, and scores of After such a man has talked a few the 'gator depredations. Only a
their own men were killed in remov moments idea about week ago a $200 mare, owned by one
e. nArm tiOD.1'11 connected by the wire, which forms you get some
\ The Belgian'-{army, 'which. .is quite the mine "net" ing the mines after the war. the place he describes. You see it of the residents, ventured into the ; WOOD I WOOD I
4 The mine sweeper's task is a risky with swamp and was killed by the alligator -
t: , 'surrounded;,according to; statements Several hundred yards apart the your own eyes.
; here, has .been'attempting. through two vessels pursue parallel courses, one because the contact" mines are Every man who ever made a suc- while two full grown cows had Excellent Core Pine Wood Supplied
: J 33; repeated ;sorties from, Antwerp, to moving slowly along. When there is very "quick on trigger. The slightest cess as a newspaper writer has been killed the week previous. Sheep,

.: I fl play-at.least,a part in.the war, .(The a dragging of the wire, the men know contact of a vessel serves to set learned that you must give personal hogs and goats that went into the in any quantity
; them off, and sometimes even being incidents and actual happenings to swamps never returned. For years
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censer_has deleted ,here .further reference they have snagged a mine. Slowlythe -
I"" dragged from a vertical position, as make kind of article inter- parties had attempted to kill the
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:. ,1 to.the operations around Antwerp :- :two boats converge and the Ger any
when they are caught by the wiretCnet" and its hide showed where it SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE
: tl; :. .). man infernal machine is drawn to the esting. If the reader can't see the 'gator,
;: ? Rifwta l eme of i small battles withscattered surface, where one shot from the of the sweepers, will cause the I thing with his own eyes, the copy had been shot many times in the past. STRANDS OR MORE
f ,!reach contingents in mine to explode. won't sell
nearby destroyer explodes it and one -
southern ; : But such an explosion as this is not Just the in advertising. If Reel's Steam Laundry last week
11 Alsace, near Thann Gebweikr more menace to shipping is removed. same
,'. ; 'and Sek,.;bat'with the exception Contact mines already have playeda often fatal While one of these I you merely say "best stock in town" unloaded a car of modern laundry ELDREDGE BARLOWTelephone
J, there mines, exploded by contact with a I the reader may'not believe machinery and will the damp
: of' ;these : is.:no news from the big part in the European war. I may or open
:,) W0BC. '. When hostilities began, and perhapseven ship, is powerful enough destroy a you. Try picking out the best valuesin wash department next Monday, Sept. 375

R' ,The Gersanapreaumably are.push.{ before dreadnaught, the force of the explosion your store, give a few details about
that, the Germans mined 14th.On
i ; does not far through the South Street, near A. C. L.
account of several
carry
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> them the machines
ing reinforceientaforward: and the all of their harbors and strewed mines so purchaser can get some
> water and a mine exploding at even a idea what they then the not yet arrived, will not
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aaaoancemeat that their armies with all over the North sea. are name Tracks
-: have short distance from a vessel, does lit- price. The reader then the bar- his complete laundry and dry cleaning
sees
_ f a uflked frofit resumed ,the of- Since then, two British cruisers, 9.1.1m
f''; tle or no harm.SERVIANS with his is interested until September 28th.
:; F. fie'\atey'_ ,perhaps, 'be expected; in several merchant vessels and count- gain own eyes, ,
'. two 'or, three.1L less North sea trawlers have been and feels a desire to buy. If you want the damp wash, phone
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1 :A i **- -% CUT OFF COMMUNICATION That is all there is to good adver- 654 or drop a card.
: I\ jfach'prebably depends on the ra- sunk by the silent, hidden messengersof
_.. c1.it pifiiy!.with,which'the(army under the death. It seemed like poetic jus- BETWEEN HUNGARYAND tising. It does not require wit, nor REEL'S STEAM LAUNDRY.For For Sale
ROUMANIAParis technical skill. Just
crown priaee: completes the isolation tice when a German torpedo boat de- literary nor whites only. 4.12 2wks

,of'Yerdw,;:in>order to be in aposition : , stroyer,hit one of the German mines Sept. 15.A Petrograd dis- "come down to brass tacks. Give

'. 'to.rerane major operations.. and was blown to atoms. In all, sev- patch to the Havas agency says the the plain facts about an article as .NEW. CANCER REMEDY -
l eral ,hundred lives have been lost Servians have bombarded and de- you would talk to a buyer over the I have a carload of Jersey Milk
Li t Removes cancers, tumors of all
counter. Try it and see!
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KEfi .1 AKEAD through submarine mines since the stroyed the Hungarian station of Or- kinds. No money until you are sat- Cows for sale, and people of the sur-
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: :Of 'yw' MfeUer by '.&, the war began, and doubtless there will sova on the Danube, a short distance isfied. Dr. C. W. Hains, 4.7 Warren rounding country are Invited to in-

j f;S atittl, mrymornfar' .and getting be many more, because it is impossible above where the river quits Hungarian WOOD. COAL AND ICE 9-13-10t Bldg. Lafayette street, Tampa, Fla. pect the stock.Reasonable .
; all ,1 e.fa1L. .> y for the Britislvmine sweepers to territory, thus cutting communication Wood, ?L60 a strand up. Hand'aCoal
..; t > drag the whole North.sea for mines, between Hungary and Rouma- Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf prices. Call on or address
f.J.f If want fixed in
bicycle
*-. ',ToE, owiaeed .of .the. predating and also the German mine plantersare nia. Orsova was the route by which you your JAMES N. SEWELL,
1\ > a hurry take it to Warman's Repair
.: ::\y' .power of,Sastiad" wwit. viler--try. . ,,one. ,still at work. the German sailors reached Turkey. Don't overlok the want ads. Shop. 12-5-tf.'8-22-D & W Winter Garden, Fla.

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

q ;do; projected Brlck'road within one milemg.. 150 feet depth and about 200 feet along the R. R. track
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; ond. ,highest elevation in Florida, Balance of acreage adapted for citrus fruit and two weeks.

trucking. Also virgin timber and grazing land all under
: .on"a'. very large. lake", deep clear water,
fence Sweet andJrish potatoes, tomatoes, corn, watersandy -
bottom and over one-half mile
: melons, pineapples and bananas have been successfully

: lake- front. therefore: hasnot experienced grown This proposition we recommend not only as a A SEVEN ROOM HOUSE

i- < 'any-frost even' on: Banana plants during good commercial proposition, but also as a good investcomparatively new, therefore in Al condition, lot 70x180,

I' all, -the years of, the present occupant. menu A money maker from the start with bigger pros16 bearing orange trees and enough ground to make a j

.. v : .. pects. This property has buildings which could not be
} good garden. Good neighborhood, within a block from
Six planted in large oraage'mid grapefruit
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duplicated for less than one thousand dollars. All farm
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s 'iFfre,a,d'eae-fealf acres of 375 three-year old grapeI j I be bought through your own real estate broker or sold Will be sold on very liberal terms as owner intends to

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t. ": o9d'TeaayJKaaagar. f : ;ai,:the I'yearned,to take a trip abroad. -

f' :. Gieirtrli: .' ;.League; I' So dad and ma and IBought London, Sept. 15.-An engagementtook GRAND

.l.c'D_ ,: : ., !;general I ticketsaor_ : a foreign tour, place yesterday near Alost, fifteen

flab et_'of,.pre-cooKng; ,citrus 'fruits. I i ;And.,bade. our ,friends> fgood-bye.' miles northwest of Brussels, be
1[aad:'voe UM c/..He. .brings'.out'' 'they i.KTe took our brand-new car along, ll tween German cavalry and a Belgian
f*&that the|wrpoM" of precoolingtote I But didn't bring. it back,. quickfiring detachment in motor cars,

tw -foW fcit. to ckeclc decay. I Some soldiers seized it when the.guns according to an Ostend dispatch to TODAY

r.ti, t mile_ ..'the" "" f,rait,'''ia ,in. transit. ;:.second' i (At;.Liege commenced,to crack. Renter's. The German losses are re- ,
r .ate.... ''retard., ;the ripening process' "and so I ported to be heavy.
'. [ : ". ..ber i We left,.our baggage all,behindTo
peta .tite i freft:.to become 'ripe Twenty thousand Germans, the dis-
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t rA catch a cattle-train, patch says, have evacuated Alost has-
rJ ;There:we 'two. made" ; < of decay (My things wilt be old-fashioned when 4 tily to reinforce their troops else- "Little Mary" Pickford
: I riwh ctMe tfee shipper in. ,Florida ,We get.those trunks again); where. Befre their departure the ,
t:eoaaidoraMc; agile, he says,, 'the And we who went first cabin out Germans removed their flags, which The "QUEEN OF THE SCREEN." Nuff Sed _
f aaamofl,Wwmold'decay, and a'decay Across,the briny blue, 4 had been flying over the railway sta

,g knows' :M ...., ..4md rot Both of, ,these Came!!' back in stuffy steerage berths, tion. .. .A BIOGRAPH
are; checked by pre-cooling. And glad to have them too. SPECIAL FEATURE _
*' 'Dtffewot metfeods .accomplishing Investing at Home
\ Money
s g; aw'then'deecn ed. First I 'never thought that I would weep "The Honor of the Law "

Q there b'pre-cooling in cars-where the ,For joy to see,once more It is interesting to the newspaperman ,

froit, is loaded in the uual.WlY, then The bobbing little ferry-boats as he reads his exchanges, to It is seldom that you see a Biograph Special This

e I'lL i.tke'cold-air.'ii'" blown..through- the, car .Off Staten Island's shore; see how sharp the competition is for is m due to the fact that they put all their time in making
:|until the fitiitis: pre-cooleL In the Or.that against the smoky sky new manufacturing industries. Cities their specials something near perfect, and they usually
//second,method _of;.pre-cooling, :which The.Mackserrated line from far and near tumble over each succeed.
"is.rather favoredbyMr.; Tenny, the Of old Manhattan's jumbled roofs other with special inducements, the Don't miss this oneA surprise awaits
(j?produce b plicedin pre-cooling rooms 'Could) ever look so fine. moment they hear that any concern you.

.cowwcted. .with:the packing house, contemplates a move.
.and cooled to them. .,A system of precooKng Poor ma will be a'nervous wreck Our town should be active in this "The Gang "
by'the,'use'.of'ice and salt,is She TOWS for all her days, game, difficult as it is. Meanwhilethe ,
j{ briefiy described And dad gets purple in the face, fact is worth attention, that A
: Vitagraph Drama. A one reel feature.
$ .Tao_ mechanical,pre-cooling plants And glares'at me and says: many a town while campaigning
are now"being boilt in the sate. The "We wouldn't have been there to feel Uneeda earnestly :for distant concerns, is ne- .

air lays;::e.pfeaai upon ,the fact The war cloud when.it burst glecting chances that originate at '
i pie-oooliBg is:stfll an ,experiment,and .U we had seen America, BiscuitTempt home. "Dolly Plays Detective
I caotktts growers and shippers in Florida Our native country first. There are young men in this place,
agabst going into :the subject Minna Irving. the appetite, as there are everywhere, who wouldbe Another of the 'Dolly of the Dailies, series, featur
please the taste and
r too'hurriedly...: Mr.. Teeny feels that nourish the perfectly competent to manage a ing Mary Fuller.
l|n the wars >,of.another. year much WEALTHY FLORIDA body. business proposition, if they had capital -
Crisp,clean and fresh.
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wfll.be known'about.this subject, and They would like to start a new
cents
sayr ,it: will 'be,'time enough then to If the per capita income tax in 5 industry here. Meanwhile money is "BRONCHO BILLY'S PUNISHMfNT "

;, builds large,namber.-of pre-cooling Florida is to be taken as a criterion being sent away, because our people ,

pUata..over the state.. this is the wealthiest state in the South Biscuit don't know of hopeful chances to invest An Essany featuring Mr. G. M. Anderson.
:The railroads.have given the shippers Although least populous of all Souh- at home.
satisfactory. rate of seven, dollars em states, Florida is fourth in indi- Round, thin, tender The concern from a distance that Look at this great Bill One of the best shows of
e f and a half per,car for the use'of vidual income tax payments and in with a delightful flavor may be attracted by special induce- the season. No advance in prices.

tie refrigerator:ear. The ,shipper proportion to popdaion .pays about -appropriate for luncheon ments, may or may not stay when
'has to.
x ;t..eeliil"f" :aHaHy icing, of theY the South. ,Her income tax is $108- IQ cents. backed by home enterprise and cap- ORCHESTRADC
800.43, population 751,139, and ital is rooted in home soil

J.n amount paid per 1,000, 14485. GRAHAMCRACKERS To many people, the distant invest- ..

.r ,SII II' tgi 'planted in April, .four ment looks more attractive. But it
1 .ted a:hitf;,* tfe'8 'ago, by 'Messrs. The Consumers'Lumber and Veneer might not seem so, if examined on lOc
4 :Wefaeer'to4 Crim inflow'" fully five Company have just completed a large the spot. Money invested at homeis

i .feet high'' and,- with spreading storage building for their manufac- Made of the finest under close inspection which
'braacie*,;'are,'full {vigorous fruit ured.: stock of crating material. The ingredients. Bakedto should prevent losses. Wherefore,
'{Tali opens op greater possibilities for building is 40x1000 feet, built of corrupted perfection. The when our young men want a little TOMORROW"SCALES
.this:section'and proves"that this will i galvanized iron, and the roofis national strength capital to start a new enterprise,
.rival:CatifojBk I :in.dried figs ,in the of the same material The building food zo cents. their claims should have the most "
f Kear',futsre. These: gentlemen have now:more than two-thirds-filled with careful consideration.For OF JUSTICE,

alested i ,:oat. "California. . grapes at stock and the company has just begunan Buy biscuit Baked by The Fourth of the great "PARAMOUNT PICTURE
the same" .toe, ,the Malaga and order for 150,000 celery crates tobe sale.-A well bred driving PROGRAM The
'zTorkeyvariety: which are now' 'eight delivered this coming fall and win- NATIONAL BISCUIT mare-sound and gentle, in her playwrights in the greatest world. combination of players and s

i, ;feet tafl and branched in proportion ter.-,-Apopka News. COMPANY prime. Any lady can drive; cityi

.. >They ,are;;e3cpecting h good crops :next broke. There can be nothing better ...
.,. 'seasoBu '',These"gentlemen are ,real State: .Comptroller Wm. V. Knott Always look for that Name.BRTI'ISH in the horse line for ladies and chil-
.toaefaeborsae't&eyare. experimentargon has announced that the state tax levy dren. .No dealers or liverymen need

; .. tfcedJfereat. :fruit capable fl for this year will ,be six mills, a reduction apply, she must have a good home.

.l+.eag.'pl. "_.' ia'"this: ::country and of one and one-half mills over Price, $150. Also buggy and harness .

$on\, tfce,''GkdeetoFort: '-..,... ".;LaaderAt -:, that of last.year. Of this amount two, SUBJECTS CAN LEAVE cheap. r-"am '
N. le. . mills is levied for general revenue, GERMANY H. C. McDANIELl ond & s
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|{ a,laeetmg Ja:J du aville last the board of health, and two and one- London, Sept. 15.-A dispatch to First class Brazing a Specialty at
: week-iCthe,9sk: ;Board of Control, mills for pensions.Fort the Daily Telegraph.from the Hague Warman's lU-tf. Repair Shop 0' Court Si FUNERAL BBECTOIS ANB EMIALMEIS.

t'' . vtiek)Lein charge
,,ifiatkatiew;: plans' Myers'is now engaged in the subjects composed of women, boys We insure your me and loan yon REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
provWfer.t+.dairy barn for,the,.J erection of.a handsome two-story under sixteen and men over fifty money on real estate at 6 per cent.
;e M dfart et of,the; University irick.building to be known as the years of age will be allowed to leave interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., COMPARE
'of':Florida J(GtiiaeePille f a laundry Lee County High School. When com- Germany next week, the Dutch and Curry Building, Tampa, Fla.325d&wtf.

,A j&beatiag plant_for
; 'and:bfod:iartkote"in St Augustine the leading cities of the State, as arranged for a special train for them. OPEN ALL NIGHT _
and sebos'for regards school :facilities. /
a training' ,the Land The City Drug Store Is at your service We provide the quality furniture that has long
'_ ; y;:Colkge in-T&1 ihuSee. Plans' for of Florida Don't forget the Sentinel want ads. both day and night Prompt been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
;them stineuieswaeartiwn.by W.A. There were.the shipped out They are money makers. dependable, courteous. tf Btaadard.of.merit. If an article here it is good.It .
during last season forty-
Edwar'the board's architect Bids
wouldn'frbe here were otherwise. We can't make
weVe; aattoriied 'fer.t h new stractores four thousand 'carloads of: perish this.point.too clear-it is one of the foundation stones
,'tie masse to'be opened and conaete able stuff. Florida climbing alonga HUH of this business, and-that means much to any buyer.
,ii y awarded at'a meeting of ,he ,pace. '

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: ;' Artemus Ward in war time wag | Cere Orate Ave. art larch Sty Qriado, F1&
club of Miami has
willing to sacrifice all his wife's relations West Ctikfe art Most Beautiful Grouts la Florida
appointed. committee Y. J
special on
and. perhaps that's the - -
'M 'C.:,.A, lea.. and placed itself King Alfonso feels about it.-Pitts-way College, Academy, Music Expression, File Art, Domestic _

'',one record:as,b fcg;in.the., campaign burg Gazette-Times. and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Coarse.
fr a....lMiiWmg for he aSsoei&'ttL = Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection
The ceamitte which will to malaria Bullion dollar .
'go Might Donate That 6 Cents to Cause fine gymnasium, BO quarter
\.work at. -oiwe to raise the funds for a endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ,
'1 |M. C.,.A.;:Wdmg, sill make an The Prohibitionists. are now urging a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs chorus class. Superb new

.'save,' canveasand, : wfll:enlist. the aid the Colonel to help Sulzer. Stranger rooms for business school, full banking equipment New
of Y|all;:bosiaess:men. It,is 'proposed things have happened-Detroit Free chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every

., ave.a fine"buildiag, .to, cost not Press. modern device; analysis of soils,'fertilizers, foods, water. .
:themm $100,060. Preparation engineering course. ..

i . : : Still Has a Chance Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football,
:; (It'AnInatiajcalcal.bas' been Christian but undenominational; expenses moderate.
'.made' by Leesbnrg: man,,as reported With the Albanians kingless, Geo. Scholarships available. For catalogue address .
biahe'ne'a: correspondence from Fred Williams may still be heard BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS

.,tbj.t,city.'He'figures that with a total from.-Philadelphia Ledger. WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN, LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS .
ofl20,000 cars of oranges as the Flor- S
Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
: 'oatpat,'a 40,000 as the Califor- Po-Do-Lai Baniahea Pimples Ph. D. LL. D., President. reduc-
j .BW output, the grand total of oranges ,Bad Blood, Pimples, Headaches, 1,1915 and guaranteed against any
'pr ;beed in'thkeorary'the past sea- Biliousness, Torpid Liver Constipation tion during that'time:
etc come from Indigestion.
:4* W i">M =. This would Take Po-Do-Lax, the pleasant and Touring Car $555.00
n in aft oranges per absolutely sure Laxative, and you
'pair to each iafeabHafit of the Unied won't suffer from a deranged stomach j1JJ.. Runabout 505.00
other troubles. It will tone
Sites' .less than,-oae.a week or up can eqiipped.Fu&er. .
,:"or " -' per the liver and purify the blood.. Use it F. 0. B. Oriaafe. AH faIJr.

cafHa. regularly and you will stay well, . wffl W ibis to Mate til fluxion tffideneyIn
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: - ,. have clear complection and steady tu fieteir tntetom, ui tile nfcijM ort lap oa,
r Get 50c., bottle ABOUT SHETLAND LINENFor if leash .. ratpttSM.W .f
t of oBt erce RedMd is nerves.' a to-day.. rthMnr u4 ttto departacate vt
_ a' ; 'eeUbK commerce I Money, .backif, not satisfied. All can between tile shays datoa
I druggists., this pndaetioa. vs aim' to 9Vtk II
all social household or business AnJ tkoiU w reach
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Jaekseavilte ; toer'a Aut Inm W' to fCI per ear ( n
.' ,th t.wfflbrag'the commerdal. indasfrtjl Get the news' in the Smtmel first. correspondence', our Shetland Linen A....1.111 W1reaa) tit rrert bpd ntaIl I, 1114 barer aid wbs qu&prehues 1* IUL a U1rr.ff

:aad;;.Bwwrfacturing interests,.ofKlrida stationery' is ideal_ in.::style, grade ,and fin For fntker car partfe lait ngutos ttm bw pik.sad", It-

: ;w.tM" A wih:tradepeladle 'wfiditioMaal NOTICE. ,-TO,,CBEDITOfiSIn , imh. It. is so good 'and. ,we hare" so such: 'confidence snagptIa.Ms
Ji : bofisew .all over the Court of tau ,Count Judge; State 'offlori ' > embossed
.. z *. : .in' it: that our naa.. is on P.G.Iu..J.,

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t I To an tom Legataea,;Dfefaftcieei **< Phew UA
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.' ...; $etiheln fad ..gsrden- and nqpiitd'vVek:to TOO.'preacst or' eWtar ant date's oll ;J'D8.' *!'aw 4emaadi -j .1)I'ei--"and shapes. of. tablets and. envelopes.' .
': wilt.;de well- > jsntlwckrtai crapsf .Tt:a.aJart itM "*al :'of. N. ;l. P.Mk.ued j ..;,,' ,
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i -- ',THE:. : :SIDELIGHTS WINNER OF TO DAY'S BALL
", .: : 1 N lHlIILIlU teIIHHIU IHIHIIII4LMIftkw+
N
HARD1fiMESKE
? DAILYSertlncI( GAME CHALLENGED HIM l OF
S flsd : ,
8-. . > , : (By W.s. Branch) I
/..:',."'"".\-:'....... AJHJWttKltSilBBCBIPTION' .. ; That editorial in Monday's Tampa The Sentinel received the following
'
.... ..... !..., .,. ChnI&.
.#fl. """ ., \ Wit- -. Tribune, by "S. S. JL," entitled TheCase letter last night from the manager of
; :: : .
; g '......' ;A.ywtofiei it Orlando,.FtarS '" of.'One. Man" rather overstepsthe they Zellwood. baseball team, and is I ,
'i! r' -' to the winner of the,
; RATES Wilson has suggested that game
'>" '( \Wr.y........... ......:.-.... .....!..$..oo Americans should exemplify in the this afternoon between Orlando and BANK SHOWS

.;':. h 1 if :Billy Dfcfly"|I.JIoatIII..U.'Mantfc :....!...:......:.:.....:L25 present crisis, but it does not overstep Winter Park, and its acceptance will BIG GAIN FOR YEAR WITH JO
.. ........ .... ....
,, '. ;"\ .Beal.; I) Month ,! , JOat the limits ,of truth nor reason. mean at least one more good ball -'

t;' I.;11 'WeekJ7;, l"Ye ......................!..:..LMTO *' game before the.season closes, either War Has Not Had Bad Effect in > -
', .. ......... .. . .
; : 'Weekb-.JIoDthI. . . ;. .; .. : here or at Winter Park, to be deter-
.. ,, We should worry. But not so muchas Orlando and Orange County
., t{; !:.JLDYBHBBBSt Mr. JPourtiess, a Frenchman of mined by the result this afternoon: and This "The patience of Job" or better, per-
J Section Is
I C..f.' ', .t ;:-...-. .' . ........ Pensacola' who worried about .., '; aunt at kaadrf' bi at UM kuiamrW'tf and his property in France, until he I Editor Sentinel-Noticing in your ; ProsperingThe
f ) Batted art.later .... 2 p. au thought the best way to relieve the morning paper today that there wouldbe "Watchful Waiting" expresses very well
....
: ib.:tM aV.W ru'nII nk,awtocl '
s- ? ,:te chaww. fcr aatnct ,adrerd nz{ it.b situation was to shoot himself, which a ball game in your city tomorrow magnificent increase in deposits our attitude towards you who have
< ,amriatit, .... aa4, wffl.W itiictir.*&m< ..., he :did quite effectually.. If. he had afternoon between Winter Park and never
! the date last
M|, postponed the shooting business untilthe Orlando for the championship of Or- over same year as come to our Store or sent us your orders.
MMrlm dew lie Seiticel ttwn-
shown in the
advertisement
t 'teuAitaaid Dfttif/ tile office ia writing *n ,next morning's paper came out, ange county, we wish to advise that of the you will realize that the values and serv-
Y i,. .H tti.aat*'of.Mgintioa, ttwnriw .it will Wi Zellwood is still in People's National Bank on the eighth
have concluded to live and ,Orange county,
he
might
' o ., J \ .' MB. .'.., to, stop b r reee ed.tr take his chancesThere is such a and also she has .a baseball team, page of this morning's paper is conclusive telling you about

2 thing as being in too much haste composed of our home boys, who evidence of the prosperity of must be here-and when you find out just

}t THURSDAY; SEPTEMBER.17,191; !. even ,in the task of blowing. one's work five and a half days and play ;.Orlando and Orange county. On September how great are the values and how com-
,
r brains'out. ball one half day each week. They
;
1 ". 12, 1913, this thriving insti plete the service will
you wish
had
have played twelve games and lost you 'T
A 't!| ,Those Indian; troops: England :_is I It that Francis three and are certainly entitled to a tution had deposits of $236,142.76, come sooner, as many another has done
bringing into France do not wear It was many years ago
chance at the winner of the while on the same date this the
H,feathers in their Bret Harte wrote, ,game in year before.
: : scalps. city tomorrow, and challenge deposits aggregate $333,348.06, an increase
hereby
your
't 1'\| -. o; ..' 'That' 'for ways that are dark the winner of tomorrow's ball of $97,205.30. This statementof One visit will convince you of this.
-
:P: ,> St., Petersburg. and Clearwater, are And for tricks that are vain, the People's National is made following -
? disputing the- Bairns- of each other ,The,heathen. Chinee is peculiar." game. Date to be arranged to suit
to
'7 being.the,coolest summer resort Orlando But the Jacksonville police outwitted yourselves. Understand we wish to a call from the comptroller! of Our New Fall GoodsAre
: the showing the conditionof
the exact team that wins currency
l\ is satisfied in being the a t'of them the other ,night and play (no '
)
cst warmwinterreeork raided one of their,gambling dens and extras need be added). the bank at the close of business opening up magnificiently

{ J carried 'twen .four of them to thecity MANAGER BALL TEAM, on last Saturday, and the success of -already
,0" Zellwood, 'Fla. this institution is decidedly creditable the store is beginning to change its sum-

"" f jyou Some,.see. ... ,of''thermovingpictare for' ;,a. nickel or a dime ,films cost. jafl. 0e to its officers and directors, to.whose mer character. Shipments already to
} honesty, integrity and efficiency it is
CAKE SALE
t. ?j the makers:.huge,same, ,The TampaTimes The last week of September, 1884, ; so largely due. The showing of this hand include .

r ,tells of a'picture,shown in thatcityin' the following notice appeared in the Circle No. I-of the bank is conclusive proof that whatever r
PresbyterianLadies' -
,: which:the actors were, eatingporterhouse Orlando .Reporter: In Silks
Aid Society will hold a cake effect the European war may
: steak. "I desire to notify the patrons of have had financial affairs in oth
Yowell-Duckworth upon
t.' : the Orlando public schools that there sale Saturday at the afternoon beginning store at 4 er sections of the country, in this Black and Colored Satin
} If yoa:.can't settle the'war and fallterm; will open on Monday; October section and Charmeuse.

'... I duce :the. .'high'costa.of living in that 6th. The Baptist church and both o'clock. times particular are the rule prosperity and, not the good ex Black and Colored Messalines.

way,=:get your,' hoe and grub a stories of the Masonic building havebeen o Black and
t up ception. Colored Real Irish
SERVIANS DRIVEN OUT OF HUN Poplins.
.. r place In the backyard to plant a few secured.for. accommodation
,
Mturnips t ,potatoes,'.cabbage, etc.. They of' the schools. GARY SAYS AUSTIRAN September Morns in' Florida Black and Colored French Eoliennes.

_ .. {will ,come in. mighty. handy a littlllete'on. e, .'' ames DeLaney, Sec" Vienna, Austria, via London, Sept wouldn't be uncomfortable with a Black and Satin Mervilleaux.
_ 'i' Wonder :if the teachers' got their 16< -General Hoefer, deputy chief of heavy marring the Black Faille
wrap scenery.IMIMMItttlMMMIHIt Francais.
the general staff, announced today
l' a pay.?
? i Five convictions ,and ,other cases s e _. that the Servian army which crossed :-- Black Satin Duchessen.

*yet to be, ;tried is the. result so far inthecriminal Pensacola claims to have found.an the"river Save into Hungary had been *

t', .- court .of' the effort".'the alligator nineteen feet long and six defeated along its entire line and that .

oft1cersvare.ak kE.to,break up blind feet wide. Is there a Florida hippopotamus Szerem, in Slavonia, and Banat were .t
\tigers'ia 'Orlando'and.vicinity. They ? TimesUnion.No now clear of the enemy. McCUllOCU'SDepartment Crepe de Chines.

pare to be.'congratulated upon their : but there are evidently some Chiffon Crepes.
>good. ;work. hippopotamusical prevaricators in MISSOURI PACIFIC TREASURER

tk 0 Pensacola.n DEAD Crepe Eoliennes.

The Florida ezpos3 eommissiohaa.'agents'"putpersonally *. Seabright, N. Jn' Sept.: 16.-A..'H. { Store Silk Grenadines.The .

_ ?, } soliciting | If any of the funny boys in Orlando Calef, treasurer of the Missouri Pacific New Glissade

r c. ',the.services of young ladies in selling i imitate the humorists in other citiesand Railway company, died of ace toe Silk

:'pewter: 'doHars, the :prize for ',the begin smashing the straw hatson indigestion at his summer home Roman Stripe Silks.

.yoang' .ladies being 4 free trip to SanFraaeisco. the street because it is after the15th. today.MllliUltlllltttlttiltt. Jelly Tumblers Scotch Tartan Silks.

.. The "rush .to acquire the .of September, they will havebe.
boa 'dollars" has not been very enlarge job on their hands; .
Fruit Jars
: couraging to,the.commission. cause there are so,many of ,the hats, .
,. .0 and second because'"Big Lewis," Bob l I T. F. HURIIAN( 1

= : Patriotic, Americans are strong mwar !McSwine, W. E. Gore, W. 0.. Cox, InDressGoocjsSerges
the belief that:the revolutionary Harold Johnson, Sidney Ives, I Licensed Plumber and allhndsPreseing

} I which','freed_the colonies from:Britisrule h Billy Beardall, Capt. Jouett, T. H. Sanitary Engtaeer will play a very important
,'was" one of.'the big wars of his Evans, and a number of other Estimates Furnished. Jobbing

_ Cory." and .it. ,was, so..'far as 'results husky individuals: including'.Tiff Hammond Promptly Attended to. part-we realized this some time ago. Today

.. .'."are. concerned.' ", *But-;when.. it,comes' ,to"-* are still wearing their panamas PHONE 629 Kettles our stock is positively complete in its

"the a Uatnuinb, r"otmen" killed on and there might be ..somesmashed 106 Court Street assortment. Our
fee;Aflwrican-side it'/Would'not m ens- ,heads as well as smashedhats'before goods are thoroughly

.BHHBP very favorably with, any'other the melee was over. 3ILANDO, F10RIBA.' shrunk. Our Blues are guarantted Indigo
20 S. AVCHHC.tlllMIHIIIIIMIIIIIIHl
Orange .
,real war:that has been fought in m odwent- fellmMillllMHHHIiltlltlM and our Blacks absolutely permanent.
Q era times.., When the panic Read the advertisements daily.
I
I
'down'nearly as-many lives were lost .

.as, the colonies lost. ,in the entire r

struggle 'lasting, seven hears,, and MlilHIMiMMMMIilMmilMtMtMIMtlMmMMItMMilllllMMMIilMM New Ratines.

_ .;1 ;Gore died.:oi'men iaeasednring:.were krled.by:,the:acddent'.or constrne- 100 pounds' Red ,and White Bermuda Onion Seed just received New Linens

,loon of'tJ ePa.: .canal than Were' through Custom House.


_ p :.killed'on.. revolutionary,the American, 'War a. .,.aide in the entire FRESH GARDEN PHARMACY SEEDS.McELR.OY'S New New Ginghams.New Crepes. .


Tampa gets the, Florida, customs Poplins. .
:headquarters
.-t: 1 'the,'Sparkman through,oill in the the passage senate yes-of Give is a Trial QtkkleHvery Ii Hrs s.,, PHONE M. T" ear Ice Creaa.HIMIMIIMiMIMIIMMIIIMIIIIHMIMIIIIHMMMMtMmiMMt. 4 4 New Suitings.

'terdayand: 'every u'Floridian who be"Keves , .' ( ,.. Prunella Cloths.
., in justice;::will.rejoice that
: > 'Tampa comes! into what is rightly' New Panamas.

"Mr We had,staked:our, reputation New Cashmeres.
:as,\.a prophet,that'':the 'two Jacksonville -

seaators t the would bill, but never'even permit with our thepassage" ..' -.

reputation lost; we rejoice that justice .
-c .leas> been.,done... ',The senators In LinensWe

have have measured exceeded+ our.up'as expectations.bigger men.They than : .: JfWflRY. fOR THE WfDDING have created

a new standard
we:;thoaght, i or they. have.figured of
,there :was political. Wfedom'indoing .''-,:.,' '. For- the bride, countless things in Silver, Cut.- values-and a stock that stands absolutely

the right, thing." In. either, case" their. :., Glass and Fine China. Rare jewels of every de- .' unrivalled.
1
action in: permitting> the' passage: of : scription.For.

f I :.the approval" Sparkman of.the'big bill. .,wffl- -'majority meet .with.of'the the Bridesmaids. Ladies ol Honor, Flower Damask Linens, Table Linens, Handker-

Girls Bar Pins; La Val- chief Linens
Dress
people of Florida etc., Bracelets, Brooches Linens, Embroid

? 0 .a. ,' 0' , tiers, ', Wristlet Watches., Silver Vanity ,Cases, ; I ered Linens, Linen Towels, Huck

Thirteen mills,is the assessmentinOrlando \ "' Purses, Card Cases, etc. Towelling, Fancy Linens, '
,'
for aH
municipal purposes,
including interett.and sinking fund For the ushers-Cuff Links, Coat Chains, Two- HandkerchiefsAre
Pocket and Silver
on'brick paving and sewerage bonds, ,:' Chains, Full Dress Sets, Gold

ti .and the valuation :of property upon Pen Knives, Pencils, etc. all here. A visit will be appreciated.DICKSONIYEScii.

a t :which the'mfllage is based in this city . Let us help with wedding present .
you your
r: is no higher_than in the average Flor .
.problems. !
'ida : .
city and town. ,No city,in Florida : :. ;
,- ;.., is making more extensive and permanent '
t improvements than Orlando, and _
\ f :
<, certainly.some credit'is,due the officials ... -
4- that the:millage,.is'much lower -: '?.. .-. .... >. .; '_. ., :;: L
than: in other cities of' its siZe..in :"- I
.f
:

4 .and'F1 rida.economically'andJ'1eaousI1'en.. They the ,are.city: undoubtedly_affairs; : honestly administering - K (


deavoring to nuke, every dollar go afar s

as possible.t ; Orlando.is paving T.H.Evansthc JewelerOFPOSRE II[ DEPARTMENTAL

,completed miles of, streets.a sewerage,with brick system; has as good just ; STORE

,.as..I ''anr'iD..the' country, is improving I. i'f t : 9 ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING
,pa ttks_ ,and>beautifying the' j city. in H P00fOffKSIXPSIT I A PLACE
** -niany-.._... ,That' this ia being done

':Tithe t increased. taxation.is a credit

,.'to...,,,tlw, :",:city:..,aad. :..wffl..,.. .,appeal. to the U. Ails- .AND" mKti_ I'"
ti 'i'jI < .. ,
; riftj -rnt ;,," t' : 4 _ .. f, '' --- . iii, 11H. i
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a .
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: .t :;. l;' ;:, ,;j' '- ,',,'-Mr.: ..andise..L"S: : .',Thoraton'aM. 'iiiiimiiiiiiitiiiiiiiii' BASKET BALL TONIGHT j
..
%. -%t 11.-"!, ,"- :,,;.;,,:\-.t"...,: r,,'"., .;,.....f;;. ." Mr, and'.MrsfP' : ,7 Curry: andlchfldren ,t IF" (J' ;ozO. =
IClIjJ
.1.WADl,.\ :,r' ... i(). left early this-morning.by auto jfAVQRTE THEATRE :! What promises to be full of ginger

:rt.'nlltTWfD" '. for: Coronado.Beach where they will from start to finish,'will be the basket 5,

': "t L.Uni; ,.Ii. ,spend.the next ten.days, V M*Open 2.p. m. and 6:30 p. m. : ball game in the armory tonight be-, .
t. ..:...:.. : \ x
; /r. -,$ -' 1 :f- ,Admi aion'5 cents t tween a crackerjack team from Sanford :'

.. h"" ,"" 't,\ , ,<;,., 1. ). H D tYet' q W1eii a prd>stinent citi- ." / T 10: T. and the Orlando celebrities 'The O. 0

';Jr' ;-G; CV1DiIii. < -.. e'f., Oife'... >ffI zeaof Nobleavflle, Ind,; arrived' in IllllllllilllillllllllllTODATS 1 game will be called at 8 o'clock and .
.or ' .
: . :among_. tr-:- Ito: :.flrl4tnd0. ., Orlando''yesterday, afternoon. and willaped'1s the admission will be 25 cents , .
4,, ......;; -,>'> '.... ."'"" - "day:or two in this section PROGRAM
'
-; '-' ,f: looking.over the.landscape. Powers. Cleo--Madison in "The WEATHER REPORT

S"5,' B ..!:. l. inr' 'it ther' matrimonial* .>'mar-, Mystery of Wickham Hall. This is "Get II III I In's"Convince

,ketl l here/appears to. be, picking up Miss ,Alice''E.. McDonald, the efficient a thrilling drama in three parts, produced The following is the weather report 11 ,
: by Wilfred Lucas.: for Orlando for the week ending Sep
.
in'Mr. C. B, Rob
pie iinttte., stenographer : ,
. :
f' .' .. tember 13, 1914, as taken by Mr. Jas.
'i' . inson's otrleetefty: erday to spenda
v Jt F e Thomson, co-operate observer of the
\"- F.The. enrollment )Ii',all the :schoolsbt well earned,vacation of one monthat WHITE MAN CONVICTED FOR National Bureau: II .. .

.Orlando tide year wiU. eiceed. that. 'her ;1f home,.Atlanta, Ga. I CARRYING CONCEALED Temperature High. Low Prec. Bar. ,.- ...: S

,'.-: f'anj'f. i1n :year.: $: WEAPONS' Monday ______ 90 73 ___ C t
::, 1"t'' -ti' -: ,Mr. H. ,C. Bretney, Florida agentof Tuesday ____ 86 72 .76 CC Yourself*
1- :
i Dfeli.s-1E; H. 'McNeffl 'and'J. W. the Louisville & Nashville railroad, Wednesday __ 89 71 .13 CC
The first white man placed on trial Thursday ___ 92 73 .03 CC
'',/,.Jackson. returned. ,kst evening.from a with headquarters in, J Jacksonville, at the present term of criminal court Friday ______ 85 65 ___ C Sometimes it' is hard for to
WsiiH 8'.trip to Jackseaville,, .was. among "the, 'popular ',transportation was'Hemy Longstreet who was Saturday ___ 87 67 __ C H you
con-
decide
what
; ,men in Orlando' yesterday. Sunday -_____ 91 69 .03 PC that present should be,"
victed yesterday afternoon on the C-Clear; CC--Cloudy; PC-Partly then come into our store and let us'
:be :winter. Ad'Vertisefa '
ryThiswu| a;busy ( charge of carrying concealed
:' : the Morning Sentinel and Mr.. and Mrs. F.'E. Allen.left yesterday wea- cloudy. show you r'O .
pons. The slow grind of cases against
[t:get.your; $ of the business.. via the Atlantic Coast Line A SPLENDID PROGRAMThe ,
.'.... negroes goes on, and among those arraigned }
.t' for their home in.Jackson, Miss. Mrs.
} U Our
yesterday was Bob Austin JewelryCut
. '?1m.' W. ,H.,Gillett who has been Allen has :been visiting her sister, well,known a bill at the Grand tonight will O
Mrs.:W.:W. Wright at her home young negro about town, in many ways prove to be far above i
;ife:guestfof Mrs. J. R. Davis, has refiuned on
who,
pleaded guilty, to being a common the average. A.Vitagraph special, Glass or Silverware. We have '
to her home in take Helen. Rock lake. thief. Judge Warlow him "Poor Folks Boy" will be the featureof
-
; i '" 'if gave the program. Miss Ann Schaffer, something that will suit you, it will
one on the roads and advised
}";.Krs.fvj. . CkaIwho.has. been. It was a, sure enough sign pester:; year the famed star of the legitimate .}. pay you to look before you buy, and
him to how
forget to steal in that
f stage as well as the "screen, is featured will be under
I. you no obligation to
) us.
inI. day when the Tampa Special arrived
; the ;
,tpendiag ; summer'. Petoskey, time. Other cases pending against in this production.
:a.Mieh.: ,'ipetiiraed to Orlando yesterday.Y ,. from the North that travel had set him will be held pending his good "Fleeing from the Fleas," with

Y?. ,/; !j ;....-....,;..:: in:this way. There were twenty-five behavior in the road up gang. your favorites, Ruth Roland and John O

-t\ Mr.-ana.? Mrs.' 'P. L,. Anderson. and pieces of baggage,put off'in Orlando', Brennen, will more than speak for it- AHen&CoJewelers

.children. __ .Jteturned, yesterday, \ '' from. ,a and no'sam l & LICENSE PAYING TIME DRAWS self."By the Old Dead Tree," a Bio-

',vi tto'', t. A gu tine aad. JacksonTffle. graph, is recognized by the Critic"

.., ., v ,1< The baseball season is fast growing NEAR . as containing many extremely thrilling I
.
!
1- .to a dose'and the game :today will scenes.

\ 'Misa.F;Eay :JfeCoen,' of .Tampa, is probably be the'last to be seen on the Perhaps it would be wise to cut outthe special."Forcing comedy the, Force will ,close" an the Eclectic bill, / Reliable Repairing

.:here;onji'visit to.Mrs. V. B.,. Chap-. local diamond, so you lovers of the chicken from Sunday's menu forthe bringine many tears (of laughter) to ,

'.sum, ,at. )ler home- ,_on North" ,'Orange national game and all others had better next two weeks and lay aside a its onlookers. This comedy has cost
' < ;,1 :be:among the "rooters." comfortable little sum with which to us extra money and is not includedin
,ague.; the regular service. For this reason -
ai' state and licenses whichare
_. pay county ,
we feel justified in "boosting" it
'f i Quite:number. of Sanford's young due on the first of October. The by saying it is a superior production.
,'fUae;tai buy'cho. l boob .for the ,
/ ' people id Orlando a visit last even- occupation license is properly named "Your, ever is your market.. Don't D
keys' Bd .Read'h advertisea :
girls. -.
:. and hits about business take our word for it.
ing. Among them was our particular every or occupation -
aierite rii :+lie Sentinel and learn where i
.
.. ,. ;
t friend 'Jim" Harris and his that the legislators could
', I ,, expres-
.W: I'r ._ : sions about the marvelous'growth of think of, from running a; departmentstore NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCYU. Ib c11111"IIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIII'lll !

, .- - I i this,city were :very inspiring.Mr. to a peanut stand. It also hits S. District Court. Southern District of '. ((01=1 ,
:
Asaiteit Poatamster, .. W. McLeanrtunwd ( Florida.
the auto owners doctors
;:::? I lawyers, :
In the matter of Hamilton & Dunn Carrie llllillllllllll..t3lipyw.I'
from Dillsboro
J::, .. y ': ,J.,'T. Seegarr; former well dentists, newspapers and all kinds of and Maggie Hamilton Bankrupt.
c N.:',(i,, wjiere fce :.has: : been enjoying, j professions.OLD To the Honorable, the Judge of the District I
known.business man'of this city, who '
Court of the United States for the Southern
:.| kfa weH larB. d. vacation, District of Florida: /
' left some'months ago to cast his lot in >>
Hamilton & Dunn Carrie and Maggie Ham. '
.1. e. . . Georgia, has returned and will make RIVALS AT IT AGAIN ilton of Orlando, in the county of Orange,

j r'; ).[ri: rtiP.'.., Warlow" and. :daughter,. ,i I his headquarters here while traveling and state represent of Florida that,on in the said 22nd district day of respectfully July-,

YIes.G'race, and Mmes i Helen Way, retonwd -, fora a wholesale ,Atlanta house. If fair weather prevails there will last past they were duly adjudged bankrupt Polish Your
"' i under the acts of congress relating to bankruptcy Silver ;
.;, : it night Afro : a;.delightful t be a big ball game at the fair groundsthis ; that they have duly surrendered all .1

; e I,a pa .Beach r, ,:Mr."E;J. Cox;,the advance guard of afternoon at three-thirty o'clock their have fully property complied and with rights all of requirements property, and of .

,.---' winter residents said and of the order of the court touch- Wrights Silver Cream Electro-Sili- <
- i _i! < f; our regular : arrived when Orlando' will have its old rivals acts
:- Hoa.:Joseph? :H. Jones:returned last yesterdey'from Fairmont, Ind., and from:'Winter Park as opponents. \ing Wherefor said bankruptcy.they pray that they may be decreed -

::, treni- j3--(from. .* :" Ocak> J-', .where-- 'lies:.had- went=;out,this morning to his pretty The!'aggregation :from Collegetown from all by the debts court provable to have against a full their discharge estate ; con.

; tan Jt confiek;Judge,Btllock, of,the home:and:orange. grove,near Golden is coming over with a large number, under said bankrupt acts except such debtsas 4

fifth.' dreijit v 'I ,:pa", .1-g matters.' 1> : Rod.*' _Mid: Cox will ,be down a little of fans and a very much strengthenedteam. Dated are excepted this 8th by day law day from of September such discharge., A. D. Pick Your Teeth

', "" &1 .*' -% later. Orlando will have a strong 1914.HAMILTON & DUNN. CARRIE AND ,

'MiM'. Cora... ".''D.vIa, ;an attractive team and a red'' hot contest can be MAGGIE HAMILTON Bankrupt
r,fi+ young''. lq:f1it\aurived'yesterda: 1'" .from Every'- property owner in Orlando looked for. It is reported that both In charge the Matter: of Petition for Final Die With the Gold Medal Toothpicks

. W ettW. f'Belch, aad ibeil swarm: .;' whoto, sell his property should teams have'"loaded up" for this game. .on On, reading this 16th the day foregoing of September petition, A.it D.is 1914 or-,

. ly,:. man 1.Mr d&Mr place,a small ad. in the Daily Morn- dered by the Court that a hearing be had
t f:--- ing SentineL 'Prospects are encouraging Mr. W. H. Warren has just arrived upon the same on the 16th day of October.A. .
'
'kt, y D. 1914, before said court at Jacksonville,
q !..:E.."0: Came 'and.'chfldren, .'are for'a, ... big" demand the coming from: Atlanta, Ga., to accept a posi- in said, and district that notice at ten thereof o'clock be in published the forenoon in' Potted Plants, Cat Flowers, Funeral'

1a' fewdays ,in Orlando" as winter for Orlando and Orange coun- tion with the Orlando Auto &' Supply the Orlando Sentinel a newspaper printed in

a.......oIfMre.Cae 'B olOt ay""Mr& ty Property ,company. 'Mr. :Warren has been. in said other district persons and in that interest all known may appear creditors'and at Designs, Wedding Decorations

Tatinso.-e1ly Ite ,':Paktka.air. 1lIr [the: automobile business since 1902, said time and place and show cause if any
.' and Mrs. 'J. M. and ,
L : 'Brady they have why the prayer of said petitioner
;: .' :and is perfectly familiar with and
should not be granted.
: oi"TeWe' daughter, Miss ,Ruth: returned yesterday.front competent to handle any and all make And it is further ordered by the Court, that
:DirG.C.", :!: Ckaybes,. ,, ; Ohio, 'a .visit'to points in,Missouri tt the Clerk shall send by mail to aU known THE SANITARY' GROCERY I
"' of-cars, though Cadillacs and,Baicks creditors notice of said petition and this or- .
: who Ofkado : ,
: hUjbeen: on a short : and Kansas., They. report an have been his specialty. His special der, addressed to them at their places of res- CARUTHERS & GORE
\. Ni'. )(r.:0'A.: Mcln- exceedingly pleasant trip but are glad idence as stated. _
) I work has been magneto work and wines: The Honorable Bhydon M. Call.
fewh,.Wt yesterday, afternoon.. : to.getback to Orlando and are occu- Judge of he said Court, and the seal thereofat Phone 2006&8E.Pine
Jr' ..;..;...;... pying their Home on'Reel electric ,lights and starters. If he Jacksonville, in said district, 'on the 16th _
streetIf day of September A. D. 1914.
ebn can't'locate troubles of this kind you Street
,. Mr. '9. Keene,:who regiatersatthe i A true copy. ,
m ght'as well give them up. EUGENE D DODGE, Clerk.
don't :hat show at the 411111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111"I
7i uan from,JacksonviHe,.bat you see
who9a; : home:'most any'.place,' is Grand. tonight you are 'the hardest I .

gag' 'Ids ftsds' ,int Oro"today, headed' person in 'town Just think, Jenkins Word comes Dolive.from is camping New York close, that to MMimiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii' 'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniWe. ""I Nil 11111 II:::" ::;:" '.1:I:""ra::::,:,=

.t' 4 n : 'F: they are going to give five ,reels of
. : studio in
.H..r} the Vitagraph Brooklynmost
the
:,The tame; for laying in Y best: motion pictures; produced.
your
"" ,supplyof the of the time and that he expectsto
",wood" I Ii. ;at. .'hand._ ": ,,'Ir.,-, you' ;want Read" advertisement in the"Sentinel break into the moving picture
and then and the show.
see
,go
: .'tje: _"T call.on; Eld- world before many weeks. His many

:. ridge:B4 ,tM.r A.';C.:L.:freightMrs. Orlando friends will need to watch .
The \improvements at the popular ,. < ., .
j".f i" r. the screens closely that they may not '" 1',, ,,.. "
;, r.._ Favorite:; 'theater on Church street miss his initial'appearance. The New ,. = < : .'

Mie4 Dam,;of .Atlanta; have,been I' completed and greatly improve York party of which Jenkins was a i-' '. '

of ;; :;Henry: Bartlett, the appearance and comfort of member breaks up today and will : : have just received from
that excellent picture. show. Man-
haarrivl,in Orlaado',to 'spend:the : start home, while he will move over
Mr. and Mrs.'Bartlett'at ager Jones is leaving nothing undone to Brooklyn to be near the Vitagraph

::;, j L thaVwill"addto the attractiveness of headquarters. the fresh lot of 30x3 1-2

-" ::)t r'.tT. his play house, and he is,running some factory a
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fine, good
very pictures, drawing audiences z.
H01IRIHAN;Lkfflsed Plumber. LOST: From 304 East Central '
"" avenue :
-,::Conacfejitioia i work',at:fair:,prices. that speak: well of every per- Sunday, 13th inst., Black Cat, non skid Goodrich Casings which
Phone 622. 106 St.= formance. Reward. 9-17-lt
... :; Court 8-23-tf a great pet. ,
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c F; WAI',',.COMSSPONDENTSScrrtce.,.- ,_ .. ', .PEOPJ'SWANTdI I NOTICE JL/umber Laths and Shingles
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3 : ,
'J Inf.r ealt Court. 7th Judicial Circuit Orange

; > '(JiiJ..i.f".1:News .). "Odessa County Garland Florida.

W;', 4 8 Pt 15Tfce.'fightjaf 'MUNWMASMBJeat Paul w.Carland Di rota.: \?.
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asietg Geraaa*, BelgiaBS,'French Ne4ieStt: 'IM llama r. ..c, Per To Paul Carland: _' +
-aad > the CoBtbeat> baa Ji v. ate,.te te* '......** fir CM day. If appears from the affidavit of the complainant NAIR Ll'MBER COMfANY.
.,Eagfah on I.. I. trw die.. er S1.M.fsr see week, farMsssinits herein duly filed, that the defendant
;- < ." theWaracorreeoedts the hard- w wore or.... 11ea! $' ......., is a non-resident of the State of Florida
b ,sliiirtliiii_ tWs.eoJumn.. a no that he is over the age of twenty-one years
'eta trek:tMyever eaeoantered"for all ten be arse en: eteditWANTEDA and that he resides at Nenorri North Caro

E .(|'the- warring'governmatatare'''dof .. lina.You are therefore ordered to appear to this
,I5g th ir Btaoflt to bottle'up informa- good second hand automobile Bill on Monday the 6th day of October.'1914", ORLANDO
': -no "junkheap." Apply 'the same being a Rule day: of this Court.
: titi'. .', _liMtik-. eventualities" ,from_. the Magnolia House,' corner South and It is further ordered that this notice be

.lwb&:; Officially '.there_,are no ,cor- Boone streets, between 5 and 6 o'clockp. South published Florida for Sentinel four consecutive a newspaper weeks published in the

a' ,>l+i4ipendMta: with the French. ,and m.. 9-44t in Orange County, Florida. .
Witness my hand and official seal this September -
:Bri&h araiea now, and from the out- 2, 1914.

set tfee Kaiser;ordered that no, eorressx4 WANTED-At.boy. the Sentinel, a good Clerk, Circuit Court B.Orange)(. ROBINSON.County Florida.By . Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime

irta'be .allowed with the GerHowever 1L A. HOWARD D. C.

For sale cheap, a new feather bed. J. A. ROWE
iJ] ; n ar7.< SoL for Complt ttitiUUASHStllJIJfMM MMMMMMMMMMMCMCem
> ;i !It; ,; : ;the. 'world is getting some Call 312 E. South St. 9-12 ttiMniTJIIIIHMMMMiMIMMIMMMMMMMMIMMM6l9ttftStatement

,;X; t sews+
l, ;ptf.that. .the. correspondents:are at FOR SALE--Second hand sewing Ordinance to provide for the paving and !.I of the Condition of the

iH wank,'whether or not'the Kaiser; the machines;'drop head Singers, rota- curbing certain streets in the City of Orlando.Be
II White rotary Standard, New it Ordained by the City: Council of the
ry ,
t ::kiiag;,"the .oar',and the president of Home and other makes. Will be City of Orlando: Orlando Bank & Trust Co.
Section L That the following named streets
s I France. recognize them as.soch. sold cheap'for cash this month. Call shall be paved with brick of the width sped. ,
: JfcegBktions against:correspondents at Singer Office, or phone 82L C. B. tied for each street and Shan be curbed with Orlando, Fla, '
t : Lindsay 8-11-tf concrete curb feu by fourteen inches.
manager.
,
b are more rigid than. in any,other war North Orange Avenue from Washington
k i
:fe the recent Balkan Street to Colonial Drive.-6U in with brick. I At the Close of Business Jane 30th,1914.
nlatery.:1n wars
.
: sash
window
FOR SALE-Gums, average width of 14 feetNorth
zi .tie;Fland. ,magazine, 'men single doors, pine ,and oak wood. Orange Avenue Colonial Drive to RESOURCES.
the connection with Lake Ivanhoe Boulevard
'.ware'
t aiiet, the.only restriction being that Lewter. 9-16-6t Lake Ivanhoe Boulevard extension of North Loans and Discounts . . . . .,. . . . . . $379,514 36

e 'ttiey:'wen .several .miles' in the 'rear FOR SALE-One cylinder, 4 h. p. Orang South Avenue Orange to Avenue city limits, from 16 end feet of brickat Over 13rafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62234

;of the fighting, so that- they were in Excelsior .motorcycle, 1913 model ;with Phillips'brick of Garage average to width Lucerne of Circle.14 feet.fill in Stocks and Beads . . '1.. .,. .... .* . . . . . 26H8( 33

HO .danger.Lrtfee .- ,; in first 'class condition. Cheap for South Orange Avenue from Lucerne Circleto Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . .'. 26,637 37

". > 1 ''recent trouble' in'Mexico' cash., Apply at 306 West Concord 9-16-6t Gore Gore Avenue Avenue from 18 feet South Orange Avenue Cash on Hand and Dae from Banks . . :. . .. 291,39348

the corroflpondcnta had the greatest avenue. to Knhl Avenue 24 feet
Kuhl Avenue from Gore Avenue to South-
'tiI erty. General Francisco Villa al- FOR SALE-A good sound heavy era city limits 20 feet $724,185 88
[1 horse. at the Sentinel Central Avenue from Atlantic Coast Line
'i l Wed them to with his in Apply LIABILITIES.
d .. '" -go army. Railroad to Garland Street. fill in with brick
.
1 every battle.: 'General.Haerta .invited FORRKiT 14 Central feet Avenue from Garland Street to Capital Stock . . . . . ... . . . . . . . ...-. $160,000 00

,: L :them to accompany 'the Federal, Western Central city Avenue limits from SO feet.Main Street to West Surplus and Uadivfded Profits . . . . . .-. . ., 39,961 35

S 'armies, and all;:fighting was seen bynewspaper FOR RENT Beautiful 'dwelling with Street fill in with brick of width'of 14 feet Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None
: 'meIL. When the United Central Avenue from West Street to Sum-
H -.' : garage; elegantly furnished; on, merlin Street 24 feet Bills Payable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None
} '.States eeiaedc.. port of Vera' Crux. Lake Lucerne.' Jas. A. Knox. Lucerne Circle entire circle. 18 feet Deposits 582,669 47
Bear., 8-27-tf Robinson Avenue from railroad to Orange C5
Admiral Badger commanding
$\ Avenue 24 feet. Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,55506
k{ :0; fte tJa tiC fleet allowed the.correspmdents Robinson Avenue from Orange Avenue to
.' t to ashore with the bl FOR RENT East Street 24 feet
; > go e- Avenue from Robinson Avenue to
Fourteen room house; modern, up- Magnolia $724,185 88
jackets aid marines,.and'eYYiere: to-date; partly fnrniahed: op Lucerne ;Colonial Drive 24 feet.
Avenue to
from Central
Street
: :k the dick of all that went o1i.U. I Circle with garden fruit and flow American Hughey'Street 24 feet. Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . . $291,39343

'. ." :8isoe'fthe' days of.."Napoleon. wart ers. to: F."Watkins. 7-SO-dAw-tf. Washington,Main Street Street from full Confederate width of present Monument roadway to . Reserve required by Law . . . . . . . 115,533 89

Veorfeepottdents, a term later enlarged Washington Street to Robinson Avenue, ESI I .
rn "DHT-'rwo elfee .,... ba8i..at.Ho.t" 24 feet. Reserve in Excess.of Amt. Law
r Jte;jfiefeeV photographers,"have ,been a.maa.... Main Street from Jackson Street to Lucerne Required by $174,859 59

,, .t... .. 'regarded"" not' ;merely as a burden on Coaemmndwe wffl show you. Fierce circle lain 24 Street feet from Jackson Street to Church Deposits on Jane 3Q,, 1913 . . . . . . . $527,758 01

i "t, ...tfee geaerel .staff. ,'Which .has quiteTeaoagh Bi.e & .Co. 8-SMf full width June 3o. 1914
l West Street Central Avenue to Anderson Deposits on . . . . . . . 582,669 49
without
them
:on its hands Street 24 feet.ADdmon f'IfI *' 4
)j :bet also as.a source of .danger lt..... Ul Street from West Street :to DeLaney ,
grave
,0:. INCREASE . . . .
Street 24 feet . . . $54,91148The
xl\ "to the anB). However.,carefully his DeLaney Street from Anderson Street to

p) tfspatehea, ire f.ceaflored he':is likely Gore Avenue 24 feet.
BOARD AND ROOMS-House newly Jackson Street from Orange Avenue to the management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors

s"J- :to'get something. that betrays 'the furnished and remodeled. Northern Atlantic Coast Line Railroad., full width of to persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
week. roadway.
i ;strategy of his side to the enemy.lathe' Excellent cooking.location.$5 and.Ma'gnolia$6 per House, present South Street from Orange Avenue to Atlantic treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.

"' \ Aasrian, .Prosean. 'war. of corner' South and Boone streets. Mrs. roadway.Coast Line Railroad full width of present Accounts of allwho, desire the services of a well-equipped and

d i '19W,'tie battle of Sadow was fought Marie Lewis, manager. 9-4-lm Anderson Street from DeLaney Street to safely conducted bank are cordially invited.

< ([! ..{. :aad.,feet by the.Anstrians, because ,a Lake Lake Street Street, 24 from feet Anderson Street to, Palmer -

t war eorreepofldent of a London newspaper FOR ,.SALE-A. No. 1, saddle mare, Street, 24 feet E ,nmirnmitmmrnrnwuiunutwwzntawnwwasn'ntzuDYNAMITING
J- horse. Address care Concord Avenue from Magnolia Avenue to
; \ : : ; with them, tout, the infor.iueitloa or buggy Trenton Street 24 feet
J that, the'army. ,encamped on Wright's, Box,.567., 9-2-tf Hilkrest Avenue from Magnolia Avenueto

:,.. i\;\. A'oar:the right:"bank; ; ,of. the river.,Elbe. NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet Boone Broadway Street 24 from feet.Church Street to South done in all its branch IWHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL? I

,
- ((1 .This seeas,fafioceat enough .even 'to potato' slips at $I.75 per 1,000. Street Boone, full Street width from of South present Street roadway.to Irvine. es. Clearing land,is our specialty.Let J.

:the American bat it wit auf QIiet. Cash.. AjOpb. Plant Street 20 feet us 'do your work. Estimates
FLORIDA COLLEGE UNIVERSITY
STATE OF
= eo. Fk. 644-tf Marks Street from Orange Avenue to Lake- FLORIDA
... 11 ,fieiest to give clue to Aa, view Avenue, 24 feet; Lakeview Avenue from cheerfully given. L N. Lewis, 406S. FOR WOMEN

.' :theposition:of the :enemy 'and they Marks Street to Lake Ivanhoe, 18 feet East street 714lmoORLANDO. GAINESVILLE .
f1 ,,
Who MAr pa ssr.aad deeoraior? Church Street from Garland Street to Par
-.. N ,acted" :.>t afeaK,ftMIIa"and saccesaftenun's .- If yw arellatInedke.trite one y uhanr ramore Street 24 feet TALLA&1SSEL -
:4 J.lI fir; ., if net Its W. T. Church Street from Main to West Street College of Arts and Sdences:Normal School:
.. : ,
fill in with brick. School of liustc: School of Expression;
; fates march from Atlasta Ne. 0e\ 1.N American Street from Atlantic Coast Line School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts;
: to tfee'sea Which had such disastrous Railroad to Lucerne Circle. 24 feet.. School Modern Gymnasium with swimming ,Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers
> BILL TO ,BBIOTE CLOUD. Adopted September L 1914. ne Cathedral coo pool; basket ban and tennis eourtifi and College; Experiment Station-; Extension Division
ij reaalts 'for the Confederacy, 1 E. F. SPERRY. modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormitories ; Graduate School Ten new brick bui14i -
1 Mayor. hare all modern conveniences; new i lags, besides gymnasium swimming poet and
ti y ',was;oadertaken after he had l'IIfI'hi la Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuit, Attest: CARL 1ANSEN.I dining room and kitchen most hygienic in .funy subsidiary buildings. 61 officers, instructors
FLORIDAFersserly
'. If. : Orange. County. In Chueen.J. I City Clerk. Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 counties and assistants. 154 young men
C49ffedkelaews ; remarks -
;
pen.some H.Qnel. ( known u PdLCUrk School) and 12 states last session 47 Florida counties and 24 States and
___i o i by, Jefferson '''Davis. of the n. Bfll to Remove Cloud TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last session.
'' AD unknown parties NOTICE OF ELECTION School. Borrd' and entrance feel for the
; TUITION FREE Board and Entrance r131.60 -,
that REOPENS iCTClEI 7
i. :.f ;tktt* his gals,had done,and claiming interests year $12100. For catalogue write $ per year. Write today for catalogue

:were'goiag':to do, to Sherman.. 'If the under deeeuecL Britton Dizoa. To the Sheriff! of Orange County of the A 'Boarding and Day School for Girls- EDWARD CONRADL President A. A. MURPHREE President

.- .Ceftfederatos:' >had done those things To aU parties"claiming interests under Brit State of Florida: Regnlar ui Special Cvvnea-PriBaiy.ud ----
ton Dixon." deceased in the Southeast Be ft Known. That 1, H. CLAY CRAW. IDteralllate Academic GradesYuioAttEI.citloiPkyded I
first_and.talked afterwards, or, if the quarter of Section 12, in Township 22, FORD Secretary of State of the State of : Culture WOOD FOR SALE FOR SALE
I U : had kept silent Sooth. Range J2 East in Orange County Florida, do hereby give notice that a -o.aeatle Seleneb-Admirable Situation Nursery stock '
newspapers ; history Florida. GENERAL ELECTION M4 Somuiiiift-CIiBaU Beahhfd one, two, three and
.Mfffet hare ,been wf.itteB.dil leBtly. You are hereby ordered to appear to the WiD Florida be, held in Orange County State of careful Hum Life. Cphl. TIl chet For the month of August I will four year old buds; Foster Early i
bill filed in this cause on December 7. 1914. on Tuesday next succeeding the first Ltv Bates.BCT. sell at farm at 85 cents
.let Ac;Coafedefate newspapers were at the Court House in Orlando, Florida.It Monday In Novmber A. D. 1914. the. said my pine per Pineapple, Java, HoBiosajsa, .Vfesbington -
': Tuesday being the Boferiek P. Cobb Bishop Mum.Prtddent strand, and oak at $1.00; also some
is further ordered that this order be
e/ great valae tteUnion Navel Address
to Mrs. !
c through.thiwar : M.K& ;
; t :' published once m week for twelve successive THIRD DAY OF NOVEMBER BeeUr. saw logs cheap. A. S. Hodges, R. 1,
[ For United States Senator from the State of Orlando. 7-30-lm Apopka, Fla Phone 2221 frB-tf
; sf weeks prior to said December 7,' 1914 in the
t Florida, for six years from March 4, 1915.
fi :In the_saae' way ,newspapers in South Florida Sentinel, a newspaper published For Representative from the Fourth Congressional .
- t:.' in Orange County aforesaid. -
District of the State of h
Florida
n :MM 'nations have been of
great Witness my hand and the seal of the said the Sixty-fourth Congress of the United
. & circuit Court this, 4th .day of September States. .
jah4e to.one or both parties in a cohffiet. -
A. D. 1914. For Commissioner of Agricultw of the
:, tJ ; ." .The nistory of every greatcampaign B. M. ROBINSON. State of Florida.
i1 k'the last century'records Clerk,Circuit Court,Orange County Florida For Two Justices of the Supreme. Court of
.J fiJ
the State of Florida. eS1".jm&
U ;festafices of information that has affected For Two Railroad Commissioners of the .
State of Florida. .
.
.the"ieeIe, being :given, out by For Two Members of the House' of Representatives ,
.J ,. '., {war tmr8Ip I dents. Photographs I $1.25 ,of the State of Florida. I
For Sheriff.
; Ii '- can betray,military secrets as.well,as; For County Assessor of Taxes.

,.' \\;, {- ; .:words.. . :_ "Although' .this has been, understood For Tax County Collector.For Treasurer.. They Were to
{tj fully,..aad.WM15_ most recent For Five County Commissioners.
For Three Members of the County. Boardof
i. wars: have. been. :opened.with the assertion Public Instruction.

that this time the.,correspondeate Excursion For Justice of the Peace in and for the following
-j Justice Districts vii
J >weald,'be' surpressed, no .naK No.14. : .
_. "YI '_." _ No. 15.
; earappar etly had ,the courage: .to _ No. 20. be Married Soon
r b carry out such'.threats until the Jap- r--TO No. 22.
For Constable In and for the following Justice
showed the world how much
e :, Districts vis:

that ;w.a really; important could .be No.No. i.2.

1 :aeeeaplifihed by a'little'courteous den TAMPAMy No.10.No.. Came to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of
14.
'Say in flsniEin credentials f to cor- No. 15. four or five rooms. They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable

I'espegdeffite.' 'Bet even, Japan did No.No. 20.22. yet the amount of-money which they had available for the furnishing of their
set TOBtare to keep the entleely' In
.newt ei Testimony Whereof I have here into
n l} oat of he field. SlgthVIA set my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the home made expensive peices prohibitive
: State of.Florida. at Tallahassee; the Capitol
this the-twenty-fourth day of' August A. D. They spent considerable time'with us looking through our large stock. ,

';PARLIAMENT WILL 'DROP IRISH \ 1914.(L. S.) H. CLAY CRAWFORD. We offered a few suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were

U .j j "10ME BULE.QUESTIONti . To J. F. Gordon Sheriff Secretary Orange of County.State.' much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they

. .t. 8-29-td. thought they should want. .
_
,, After around in other stores to make that they were doingthe
a' \Lea4ea,". ;Sept -15.-Lord Lansdewue's -I. s MASTER'S BALK looking sure

bill 'to_ suspend .until after Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure best possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their or-
o. iUThe
d ,the :war-the proceedings on,the home MID ret and sale rendered by the Honorable der"with us.This.
James W. Perkins, Judge of the Seventh Judicial
.
II 1 rut biH was endorsed lay) the ..- Circuit of the State of Florida,"sitting 'is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are

fives'at a.meeting today.. .The liberate in Chancery for Orange County In a certain .
in said wherein The pleasing.
cause pending Court
t ,however,. still desire to have Standard Railroad of the Sooth I State Bank of Orlando, a corporation is 'We extensive stock of serviceable attractive
homefurnishings
i 'the..lame.rule neasare passed, to en- I complainant and Wfllet Groover and Irma .. carry an ,
M. Groover are defendants, the undersigned lowest which the best. Your
the good
from
are to
priced
grading
very appropriation
: reenoting ,in, the south of
o ee age u Special Master to Chancery, will sell to
,' 'a J' .I. eIBLo Special Train, the highest bidder for cash.to front of the for furnishing your home may be anything from $175 to$1,000or more
Court House door In Orlando Florida, daring
{ '. the legal hours of Ale on -you can make the, most of it with us.

: I n) 'AUSTRIAN .ARCHDUKE. IN:,DANGK well,leave, Orkado at .u.&.., and the. mortgaged MONDAY property SEPTEMBER referred 7. to 1914.In said

-4 ,., i. 11 ? OF:'..CAPTURE 'BY returning win leave Tampa 5JO pan. decree.to-wit: '
The northwest Quarter of the southwest
RUSSANS quarter of section ten"(10), township twentyty -
: Fer Information ,call on.Ticket Agent, (22) south of range twenty-nine (29) east,
: &
'>, .. '; '- less one acre square to the northwest corner Kincaid Snowden
', .
.- ]4 .IABtIea. Sept 15-A: dispatch toy or thereof situate lying and being In the County

8 'the 'Central News :from Rome ,says 'of Orange and State of Florida..Terms' cuh.I . .
-it i' ; 'Petrograd: states J. G. KIRKLAND,' ,D. P.,A., I Purchaser to pay for titles. .
. t that.a tokgraaf: rea FRANK A. 8I T1t.
>' t }f M.'Aaetaaii= crown prince, Arch- ...ldr Rerida. Special Master. to-c aneery. '
1 Massey it torn ,- __ Firittire :tfChiracter Pipdar. Prices
with Ueff
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--4 b .Muiija"' ,wnont':capHale.tien'is Try the Sentinel r all kid The sale is continued from September. T.
1 14. to October'I.:1914. Coy lapdlPin StL Orlando FloridailHIHHHIUHUIfflra
of Printing Prompt service. a
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MODEL 37 TOURING CAR, $1285.00, DELIVERED
New :OAKLAND .

'" -. Stylish, comfortable, pleasure car, seating five passen
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:. A r ;"STURDY",AS':THE:OAK" '- gers'with room to spare. The graceful, low "NEW OAK-

Ii .. ., V) '. t l;' *"v'-- : -- LAND/ stream line body, the German silver V shaped
1 } '" 1 radiator, the heavy crown fenders and the broad
T .'ii ef II9 for t c,0aklaiidu NEW OAKLAND a. running
; : boards, give it beauty and style unsurpased even in
!i : : car.a year in advance,of all others. 'I the highest priced cars. The "NEW OAKLAND," Model

ttl <. .:, x 37, is a unity of beauty, power, economy and servicea -

,New Beauty, X:' More :Fewer X .Greater .Economy X Utmost ,Comfort a car you will be proud,to drive alongside of the best of
> them and enjoy the comparison. 1
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:., . : i O cylinder, silent Oakland-Northway motor
(i't.. ,.... ," .. :."", '>. I provides more than will
.ff-".,;.s.r> ."J '1' ::r !"< power you ever need; marked
f ;:>oj. ,-,<.,, t{ Tht" economy in fuel consumption has been accomplished by
t' > ) ti 4 ) reducing the weight of, the car and equipping it with the Oakland-Stewart vacuum gaso
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i lene feed, doing away with the pressure system.

; *!:j;" ..' rf g1 The low construction of the car without decreasing the road clearance adds to the

It:. safety, .comfort and joy of riding.
r'.' __ Fully equipped with Standard, Delco Starting
1 H .' _:. Lighting, and Ignition system, with automatic spark advance, Non-skid tires in rear,

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

.. valves, Tungsten steel, divided' Windshield Speedometer, Electric Horn, operated from
If center of steering wheel Headlights with dimmer
) I Shroud light, Tail light Tools,
S1' License Tag Brackets, in fact, every modern improvement and convenience for the com

11 Lf fort and safety of,the driver and passengers.

'. Watch for our light six adds, also roadsters and speedsters. Prices from $1150 to I
f 11 i iwk''twrLAI. , D ,podi'.1 $1775.
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SUNBEAMSThistaiee WANTS_ TO BE GOVERNOR-NOT REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY H. i HJ MM H.111 MM mU JJ m AU All M.l IUUMi i 11 11 i
IlililMiliMlMililliiMIMlTnHH ft**
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2 ., <:cool.'weather! ,and the! SENATOR C. McDANIEL

foaghing winds reminds' us, of the -
; Tallahassee,, FUu, Sep ..1& Senator -

fact'Mr that, and aetean Mrs.': .C.it:D.near.:Bromley.; have ;F.M.statement Hudson'In.has reply made to the suggestions following - about Twenty 18 planted acres on to Lake oranges Gatlin and, ]. REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD I

,returned' "from.their' :.month's vacation, .that.he become a candidate to grape fruit trees, 5 years old, fully
and 'are lookkg .quite. improved by boxes trees. If de-
; .. 1,000 now on you <
succeed .Senator Bryan in the event
:
tIIeir sire this property, will be divided COOK WITH GAS
of his appointment to the United
The:ball:game Thursday. afternoon giving two fine building sites with
States judgeship
was ,well atteadai The contest':between .' Lake, Gatlin in front overlookingthree I
1 greatly ,appreciate the interest
': iiedo'aad, Ckataota :resulted other lakes. Price for 20 acres
and'confidence of those friends who
.in a:victory:for Chuketa.. $12,000 or $6,000 for half. Nothing
;
': urged;me. .to.:enter .the race for. the
:Oscar Sen'met"witi'the, 'miatorttofiets I IIeBltorildp better in Owner has 6.
,to succeed Senator Bryanin Florida. repeatedly .1. Convenience Speed
OM of.his:fingersbroking refused to sell, but on account f
of a'vacancy; but I have nointention'
case I
c He'basetreeoveeed.iroeaa'brofiia.aakle* : .' of sickness he is unable to come 7.
of adopting their 2. Comfort Efficiency
I suggestion
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; ". ,,.wfekh he.:received to Florida to live as he intended. f' i
: : I have already announced
from'tT-e second of July bau game.Jacobs my Two 3 tracts overlooking Orlando
acre -
: intention to,be 4 candidate for,governor j -8. Safety
.KI I'" left kat Thursday -: fine lake view, good neighborhood 3.. Cleanliness 1
in 1916 and I ,occasion for
t ,for],Fort.-Pierce .where;'ale will see no good land and splendid for
; a change of my plans, particularly as 9. Perfect Regulation!!)
relatives
t visit for several:weeks. She surburban homes. Price $1,000 each. 4 Simplicity
&: far, Titesvffleby friends, from every ,section of .thestate !
as as '
: have assured,me of strong and $2,000. of Heat
t .ii" Jacobs. 10 acres all. cleared, north tide 5
: effective :support for, the governor Accessibility
Jacobs and little
; Lake Ivanhoe overlooks Orlando, 10. .r
\ ship.. The tender of this support having Economy
da went to,Cocoa Mon- splendid land and a fine home site, j
,te, y ;: have ,inclination to withdraw." The stucco cottage on Cathcart St. ,
. Ihot.'Hodges, fer a few weeks..' no I one block north of Eola Park, just i

Jaieba'Menkyiu.Ti.. built for comfort and -
completed convenience -
bMfeeti,, aad,&.-M 'Jambsday INSPBcr9., FINDS MORE,GRAPE- 1f
turiBcjjoa -large lot, stone garage, f
.FRUIT TOO GREEN 3.
apent" .i ,tee z ,..sane, '.in,,.Orlando' :oat / -' beautifully situated and will be sold CLEANUNESS

; TOne One, hundred and sixty boxes'of for $6,000, good terms. 9-11-lm ,
i ab&. school, opened. here. Mon- Cleanliness is of the
one greatest items in favor
'- grapefruit.: in the,. Rivera packing of the Gas Range. 1
,
: Toaeae&a.fairiy: :.good ,attendance. Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
bouse-were seised by the sheriff this The ALL
and'Lottie GAS KITCHEN is
Katie always clean and is
; ;1'- afternoon under orders' from StateInspectorN. is the dnd'y u want Where to get very easily kept clean, 1

.ofGakiefla. O..Penny .who declaredthe it r That's easy, phone 636. W. T. because there are no
kindlings or fuel
,Yiae :Sadk'Bkekboro. :went toedgy : Entrican. 1-20-tf dirty to litter up the floor and no

Locfcw&d, ..'.'. ......where. '.'-she 'will beJas. -. come frait.too up to the green requirements.and too sour to ashes or waste to be carried out every day. Because there is no smokeor l''
gilt
!: r.,'Loag' ,aad ,faafly i : ..spent .._...,',1)e',fruit.was.picked from the.;H. Don't wait for every one In town to soot to mess things up and make the kitchen look like a boiler room.
Lan Court .Orange Ridge.TSe have Entries, the painter before I
: >> grove: on
from.Fiday:ratfl Sunday m:Water Am too to look Make kitchen clean
Rivera ,located in,the yon try. busy you your and sanitary. .
Park birxN.'L_ +... 'aI'. 'i graadaothri packery up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
Lawrence, '
grove-M ami Metropolis.
job. 1.2MfSAYFOIWIflEflYaidSCALE -
If. '.L COOK WITH GAS AND BE COMFORTABLE.
'Mn1:Prudence 'Long,'who"has alBO \'< ..,
!cJt her:sifat.M of,the'perch IlillMillillllllllllllllllllllliMIIMIillilliMH i .
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; at'" herS. tatt 'Sa.' .". .. 1.1 evening' .andtore Jj
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't&Vkaee cap';from:one 'of her
knees- w. etliirwiee iajvred'kenelf.- ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. 1

She is now at. the boars of her sister, ,SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY
UN.::Gabe Leaf,' and:'Dr. Mill. :1
GAS
ma called to attend her; DEPARTMENT

:MrJ'iad: Mrs.:-:Welte, :of" Orlando,, ti Kills every' White Fly Larvae, Scale, Rust Mite !

cane :'It'today:to visit Dirs.:WeDs'otWMn.T.M and Red Spider i that is hit. Removes sooty mold 1 -0'1!
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.:f toty.;'Her stet' , and insures healthy trees and,bright fruit. September ;:1c]

MiM Jc&e,;went aW.:pith. them. ,--to ', and October are two of the best months for
Visit ifewMr. : weeks. WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES I
spraying-for: White Fly and Scale. Prevents insects
.'ind
: Mrs* W..S..Bergarde;went
to
padttet. .- :out in:;a good, healthy condition in the spring, thus OPTICAL BEPAHUNG $8 C Charleston and Return( $8

f Xrsi:N:, C.,: aeebi.eeiehrated. . her I insuring a,good. healthy growth and bloom. .
Wrtada, ....j., sea 1 of the relatives '

i ia 'aad' ,took.tee?with ,J.. SOK&RR<< :& CO.. OrUafc, Florida.Schaarr's vIA"Clyde
bar,an4 helped to _"'artMda. .

8 v |3.. Um&u.met stone. of the ..lasecticide will sot injure the White Fly

pretty,takee_ of, i,Chaknta_ i .Saturdayaveokaad . Faagt 9-9 D. and W 2-M Line"First

;eajoyed; ;.:" : 'a picak-sapper. .. :- DR. L H. RAMSDEUOPTOtfETRtST =
apd Mijny.9evaV4 .; 1 iilllllMilllilllllllMliHilMMIIMimillMIIIIMTHE
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: of ,the>'ywag ..:folks' gather -
(Sateanar ta Dr. ft. P. LUaa) Class, Meals and Berth Included
atihehwae.of Mrs; L W.John- '
Nit.Sa aday afeht'and +jeyed a soMkeioaary ORLANDO FLOWDA

CiIl' 4 ;, .v )?. )iJ

The ,r Society met This special rate good on any of the Company's

'at.t1IS IbeaeLo1,Mr and Mrs !ileJiobefhurediynightithDirs.R. FOR SALEAT steamers August 22nd to October 17th :;:

inclusive.
W.'Simeons"aa,1 eteu.. ;A nke program MARKET
A
'. ,, f ras carried 'tbroughinter, -
Return Limit 10
spened/wita pkaaant rnosk. :Daring Days
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the -44'hew we were all treated to .Of,Cleanliness Of Quality BARGAINThree .
"some:fee.BKUK on Mr,.Jacobs' self Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville
every .
v J1a1 l PiDo. JCrs.".Simmons assist* Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday at 2
AND'SALT ten acre tracts p. m.
,' .FR1SH: IlIAD on
fed byjMrs. Jacob, served. _deidsesa
.."s'';," ;eake'andleaon-- .de..AJ I left' at' a bitehove.eipreesig FBH AN1'GAME I Orlando.and Kissimmee road,

-:- theiMelves' veil only two and one half milesfrom For reservations and
further
I
) :pleasediwith. the ,aeaety'in. : all. its bit m* tae, tatliiijifciig .1IIitIrJ wtlh' the, office particulars apply to
Orlando.
.'bunineen aad social, .cafacMr eyed away turn the Has, sir kept fnahThe post ,
: hies.' i - .:.. Will sell one or all.. The H. G.. WENZEL, Fla. Pass. Agent

" f ;!iad' >Mrs.: Gabe' lAng eater- Ile: _i 'I Min_ ....tee eedeta..t. W..w.4rl. price will double when the
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:.takad' ..ai...tWi.J. ,,.heaer. .. ay 'even-, 122 W. Bay Sfc JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
} M the YOM u.. brick road is
" .lag ata' i" pkaaa party.' -,,..The .largepknaf .J.:: laid Other

" :tae:=deeoiebdwi h vines andflowaraaad small tracts for grove purposes a

. -,: !; : :brunt, 'Kghte. .'The. ,PARLOR MARKET at buying values.. Also -
'grand. .[oUfio-: e'present; and. the The Sentinel is the .only progressive -
-'Jar i k and- 'their elders tw, ened4NtIiinkiiId' -- E M. S lf& Co. desirable groves, and city metropolitan morning paper between OSTEOPATHY 7

_- $ :: :; :apkaaut property at prices that coca Jacksonville and Tampa. Sendit

,.< .... 1 aoekl, tIIie1. ,,>hrai6 UI, VI-W'i.way.v PINE,. STREET maad.attention.COMMTtAtfe., to year friends by mail in Florida DR. J.-C LOWELL %

-i aad ,ataraere.To loea, to-1%, U, lid appointment
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t '. raamd, :. Na extra'charge for-toese treatment
:joie; cake andleaviairn
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'".;.. :. lad; .ftttiir.. 'aafcUis,'uaii- att -;. tt.: Mi AM_ fc..rf Peetliliefe'iii read see SestfaMl "va&t ads." Man aae eeasectiou9ffee
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wet:.tatieied,... .and_ ,feek ftak' ',.' ::- -t' Ton get:AH nine for:yoar moaey.
4 ... ., IMrer 5 car. Orate and Central Are
.'*.,"... ...............-.... T .-.:iB1j, ,'tu.-.-,. ..-.'' ".- .. AIMR1I 11tI HI' mTS. Cast orfy a pay. weed each inaer- t.'

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'.PAY' 'BY eH-E 1 NAllNGSAME MILLAGEAS

:!:. LAST YEAR

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k e Thirteen Mills Will Bring City

-a, m ". rL Operating Revenue of,Nearly

,f,' 's. t .,"_-"-'..',' '.i'ir'""-',..-- . .', Seventy Dollars. : Thousand fflf; i'.. :' :; j1'
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s} 1: '; :iJJSB;, lr ms ARMY OFjASSISTANTS# .., :. This purely Orlando institution,C takes pleasure: ; in
r V,oJ. !Insi&f! 'a State t.BaDltlleck-book- awaits I As forecasted in the Sentinel yeS.terday ,; :. presenting this excellent proof of the public approval of

.,. 'h 'an army; ,ot assistants.' :Our checks are morning the assessment on 11: II II Li.f its methods.. "'" i
T ,, the: mOst'trustworthy assistants'youcan; city property municipal_ purposesfor .
.. 't..,J 'have,for. they- carry money in absolute I. 'the year 1914 has been placed at -U It UI ejesite September 12. 1914 $333,3406

'! 1.t'! I safety.- thirteen mills, and this 'millage on :; ; Deposits Setter 12, 1913 236442.76
town ,country they will the $5,350,598 assessment will bring
"J Across, or across .
r. z 10.to ..the' one> personyou direct.. And into the city treasury nearly seventy bcreaseiB tie year $97,205.30 :
: this point) thousand dollars.
: l1 they. come "baek.remember In little detail consistent with }
they'come backjegally'receipted.An ... The council convened yesterday ; every conservative
.t : ", morning and adopted the following banking, we aim to please and protect our patrons, and
.. ,'army: of;'trustworthy checks .costs resolution: relative to the millage for :; their interests prescribed by the rules and laws of"our
F you:'nothing. ,By starting.your,checking the year: National Government and to demonstrate thru our association -
"account toe,:they'are yours to command. 'Be.it resolved by the city councilof
:- ,.JJ, the city of Orlando, Florida: ; .; with the Federal Reserve System, the advantages, i
rsR "That the tax levy for the current :: accommodations, security and strength alone derived by t.

[ q Hie:, ,State Bank of: Orlando year shall be as follows, towit: ; a "National Bank." Y :
,- -'- Tor general city purposes there Let us prove to you that "It is a pleasure to serve
<: shall be levied nine'mills on the dollar -
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';'. 1-. . I of the assessed valuation of, the ': :: ---- -e.
L'i! \I. a: '- S taxable property within the city, and
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> for outstanding bonds, interest and
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r .. sinking fund, there shall be'a levy of :
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four mills on the dollar of the' as- :;'''. ,
sessed valuation of the taxable property "::....r..:-\" ,,:'. .I
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0-4 MAN SAW HISTORY.IN BASEBALL RESULTS levy of thirteen mills on the dollar .,. ... ......" 'c" .'< "',.''':' .... ..... -: .,..... " ....:....." ... ......-.....,.... .... '.' ".' ," ., :, .\ ....... ''
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which the ;:} :, ;:.' : .'" ":':, ' ''
Federal League The basis upon millagewas tIC' 'i.f1{ ; ; O (: ;; ' !
:: re :(f tinu d.P'om.page:1): 0, Indianapolis 2. fixed was derived from the city & .
Brooklyn Jf
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: 'b akseliely iavidble in the:dark. for the past seven months, "
expenses
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'>er'(witi.not'a'light showing. The ''Pittsburg, 4,,Chicago 7. or since.the commission form of'government ; ; '; i:;: !"' fi'i>. f, : :,',':'i,;:%:;. ',&; ; .;:i,:. } ;:,7.:1.J:.,j ;' J J
:teareh.lit pkyed_on:the. liner from .Buffalo 7, St. Louis 3. was adopted. The increase ; : :
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*, st m:to;stem, and.then the war hip Baltimore 3, Kansas City 2., in assessment will bring in about : .
F t: than the (.f 1l---? : : {' ;t ;f. 1% 1: i { tl ::/; ;.f;1j / \ :;; t : } { { -1 _
I i. '.bailed''t oaptam and after a' few National League four thousand dollars more ; : : : : ; : : ; :;: : ; :f. f 4t; j } :;ij ?:
;:,iigaals were>eiehaaged:the liner Wasinfomedsthat Boston 6, St.Louis 3. city's revenue during 1913, but when ... .
and next' day it is taken into consideration that interest
i S mitted, to:proceed New York 8, Cincinnati 1.
*,ttei' ptsssBgers:were :Brooklyn,7, Chicago 2. and sinking fund has to be HIGH MORTALITY AMONG THE Most of the French wounded are suf- GOOD PRINTINGWe
.:1JWi'W1.. .. held.."up 'by, .a'British ,' Philadelphia 6, Pittsburg 2. provided for the sewerage and brick GERMANS fering from bullet wounds,while most are in a better the position best than in
& is that it of the Germans have shell and bayonet ever to give you very
., American League paving bonds, it fortunate ; printing, as we have a large plant
\ Mr..' '. ,his position was not found to increase Paris, IS. Out of 760,wounded wounds. machinery,
t: : {?: B[s win ;reeome Cleveland 3, Detroit 8.St necessary Sept. equipped with all modern
i ,? kh the ;McElroy:j pllarmacy'Where Louis 2-3; Chicago 11. the millage. (t Germans who arrived at La and the very latest in type faces. U.
with
SENATE ALLOWS SUM FOR PRO. you are now numbered our customers
far.te'jina years he has been Rochelle yesterday, 151 were in such
g Southern'LeagueBirmingham we need no introduction; U
%ae&{the.most.1-popakr- attaches., '1 1'r '6, Atlanta 2.Chattanooga TRANSPORT ON WAY" grave state that they could.not be TECTION OF SPONGE you are not, then we would appreciate
n%. ----- "' 17, Montgomery 7. transferred from the station to the FISHERIES the opportunity to prove to you
Z P.HOUMHAN. ,Licensed Plumber. Galveston, Tex., Sept. 16.:-The hospital Several died during the Washington, Sept. 16.-The senate that we. are producers of Quality
t:c.tieu work at,fair prices; Buford Printing.
United States ,
,M/. 106'Court.St.823tf :Get the news in the Sentinel and army transport day.The today passed a bill appropriating THE SENTINEL, 'Phone 24.
;; :1'heee,.. : arrived here today from San Francisco mortality generally among.the $3,500 for protection of Florida
t liEft, *-aUJR: .:waat you'll get it first, i iI via the, Panama canal. She German wounded is much higher than sponge fisheries. Eat what you want. .
Eat what yea' want I joined the fleet of transports at the that of the French. Of 7,000 French Eat all you want.
;")I,Take a postscript aad forget it.' T.F.HOURfflAN,Licensed Plumber. local docks and will await orders to treated at Vichy over 2,300 have been "It pays to belong"-to the list of Take a postscript and forget it.
For ak by an druggists.. Conscientious work at fair 'prices. For sale by all druggists.
t it to Vera Cruz for troops. cured and have returned the front. Sentinel advertisers.
to want
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: ", ';\:.\.. (_{':,:\:--:..'. T. ',J.J. is Boys Day .

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r > ' ;Boys Togery for ,School and Dress Wear. New Department on. Second Floor.

Everything for the Little Men.

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: :1- We are showing a complete line of Boys Suits, School Shoes for Lads. We have them for that

.: made .:of sturdy all'wool fabrics, in ,nobby new colstrenuous boy of ours. Built to resist the hardest ,

: .! : .ors. Tailoring',is: of the very best, ,no, skimping any.. wear, also a splendid line of the more dressy kind,

;where. :Fill..cut coats with faced bottom and well
; ,: ranging in price from $2 to S

.lined, broad shoulders, 'new lappels and new pockets,

: . ; ranging; price from '$2.O{ to $1C > .

Boys' Hose, only Dub-L-Wear, made genulneMaBOys' -
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; i : Trousers, we are showing an excellent line co yarn, the best hose made, for 200 '

: We,have..them<< in. Blue Serges, Worsted, Cheviots, .

Cassimeres. l'" .'and Corduroys, some are Linen lined, .

with.taPed seams, patent waist band, watch and hip Blouses for Boys, K. & E. Kaynee, the Standard

pocket$4nd belt:strap: *, priced from Blouse of the world. Look for the loop. Once adjusted


1 r SOc to $S always adjusted. Price -. 500

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: Hats.for; little. men_. just received a complete new r .
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'' d line;, -all:the newest: and smartest styles, ranging in Manly Shirts for Manly Boys, K. & E. Brand.

-3 tii pI'1CefrcJl i'- EOC tO $2.00 Look for the label. Prices, 500 to $1

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