Title: The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
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Publication Date: September 18, 1914
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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.., .German. Right Has Failed FIRST CAR OF SEASONTO

:d :'.,, I A AUSTRiA
: .:; GmM Itigfct OttBfies' Strong Positioa and With Reiaf reef Birmingham; Team wn( Playi i '- Fruit Came -.From t
; His Frost
r > BMrtsHas-Takes the.Offeirive While the Left Is, Almost PostSeason.Serf. With CONTEST WAGES proof Grove and Passed Test ,;
t, t. UfttewHe-French ,Are Gaining Ground Louisville>> After a WITHOUT DECISIVE RESULTS Provided by State Lawas OCCUPIED BY INVADING -
Brief Rest,, FORCES OF THE
:. ,4 'in Alsace SO FAR to Ripeness
;' _& .-t' CZAR 3
m i ifPari8 'Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 17.The South- -.

*:i >,-Sept 17-( 1.-In'1> e battle 'of Aisne, the result t ern League closed its, '1914_ playingseason R ESISTANCE GEllMANSIINBROKEN S O' The first car load of grapefruit to

s f ;T, ,ol which will! determine' whether the Germans shall again threaten today with the"gamessched:., be shipped from Florida for the season MANIfESTO 1 ISSUED"'IB PEOPIE[ P L E EBy

.&; Paris or'be forced from pled between Birmingham"and of 1914 -
France, the allies have lost more men our Atlanta Though Each was shipped this week

; i Ifjng. days than'.during any previous period of the war: and the and Montgomery Chattanooga, Side Has WonMinor by Mr. Lawrence Gentile, of this city. Grand Duke Nicholas Who
the other Successes
fj fighting continues,'with. the. .utmost violence north of the Aisne ing played members their last of the league hav at .Different The fruit came from his famous Guarantees Them Freedom
games,on Tues- Points of Long>>
where desperate: ,effort isbeing made by the allies.to gain re lday., Battle Line Frostproof grove and was exceptionally and Asks Welcome for

: Qbation for the terrible losses inflicted upon, their .ranks, by the ,Birmingham has"won' the: pennant, fine, being well matured and Russian Troops -
German big'gun (fire with the other first division ripened. It easily passed the test -
t J during the perilous crossing of, the ,river teams Paris, as
Sept 17--The to
closely bunched, Atlanta official report ripeness provided by the state law Petrograd,
: "in d rJire-f: ; in. fourth I Sept 16Delayed.( )
issued in
place,.being approximately but seven Paris:this afternoon on The shipment went to Mr. Gentile's By order of Grand Duke Nicholas
v {The allies have repulsed a'fierce counter attack the progress I of. the father ,
by'the Germans games behind,the leader. Mobile,finished fighting northeast the Jos. Gentile company, of commander in chief of the Russian
i from:the strong entrenched;position on the German rig where :second and New Orleans third. of,'the capital shows that the Cincinnati, 'one of the largest commission forces, this announcement, printed in

.: :ia:General, :,Yoa*.,*-r Kkk:,,has, ,'received reinforcements and taken the l .of-' Nashville.leads the second'division ., cisive great results.battle,is continuing,with and homes in the Middle West, nine of the principal languages of 4''

1.. fen> lve. .. r.. Chattanooga, Memphis and Montgomery and fancy prices are expected Austria, is being distributed in the r

t F I* The French- .have,.also been reinforced.near ,Noyon, the occupying the remaining, ,,positions not The been resistance broken of the Germans bas: A number of efforts to make shipments Austrian districts captured by the
1 on ex- in the order named. I. although at certain ,have been made in various Russians:
'. ;* &bone .left;of the allies' battle line, and ,the Germans, have been :Birmingham will meet Louisville of points they are described as giving parts of the state, but the fruit wa 'To the, Inhabitants of Austria-

; |forced to yield;:shg>t tIy:at other points. :the American association in 'a postseason -- back slightly. At 'other' points they not ripe enough to pass the legal Hungary:: :

ctGem- Yon! Kluk'today reported .the:withdrawing of. his lines series of five games, the first continue to fortify themselves. The test, and in Dade county at least two< "The government of Austria declared .

fdowr to those"of,General Ton: Buelow who, 'in. turn, .is'fast,closing to be played 'in Louisville September counter French have repulsed. some of their shipments were seized by the sheriff war against Russia because the

i :.up"the: 'between:him' 28th. attacks. after the fruit had been picked and great empire, ever faithful to its historical
gap. and the: .German center.
,, ".......;..t.1.-: ....::_ '!.:.. .'I.L. .'.. ,mam_,_ ". _..._ , This .The text of the official communicaTirst packed ready to load on the cars. traditions, could not forsake
J"VUIQ._. ."_ '. W, 0 mmcate. ... tne'Ia. __ ure'of GenerarD. .Amade'8_ stroke -- --- --- 1- ;n is as' fonow_.! inoffensive Servis acknowll1dO'Aew. -
? it:,the :rear:"of'the, German right,. which" swept, sixty miles rlACUATIDN E YElM CU I On our left wing the re. its enslavement."On nor --- '''- dfr

fnorthward. ,, of"Paris in the .attempt to cut off General Von;Kluk's the sistance of the 'enemy in heights to G fRMANS T TROOPS S BEING[ entering the Austro-Hnngarian
north of
the the river Aisne has
: German forces. continued territory I declare in the
name of the .

,r.inil" ch i :admit; .zoo. failure. to .isolate. General. Von_ Kl.k's. com'maud PLEASES MEXIIANS enemy, gave in spite back of slightly the fact at that certain the TAKEN fROM PRUSSIA shed great its emperor blood that Russia, which has

;: ,::a t tie:rival armies many times for the '
: :are,snow :engaged in frontal attacks r points. emancipation of nations from the .
foreign .
sand:couBUf.attacks_ along.the whole battle'line. CARRANZA WILL SEND HIS "Second. On the' ,"center, between yoke, only seeks the rehabilita '
l ;The German PERSONAL Berry-au-Bac, on the,river Aisne AND RETURNED TO REINFORCE .
> position was officially described today.to be strong THANKS and tion of rights and justice. .
!on:the right,,weik in the center, and the left almost untenable. UNITED STATES the Argonne, the situation shows no THE FORCESIN "Russia also brings liberty and the

7< l, f|"The U 4ea;to .realize!that,:'the 'third stage{ the French change.himself The along enemy the continues'line to.fortify FRANCE realization of your national vows.

previously For
'. i, campaign;is critical-:t; The, tenacity with which the Germans are Final Arrangements for Bring indicated. Between the Argonne and garian many centuries the Austro-Hun- ,

holing;their positions'.and'the persistence with which,they 're- ing Troops Home Completed I the Meuse the Germans are ,entrenching Military to Experts Are Puzzled as you discord government and enmity planted, for it among knew

..turn/.every.aack' desperately ;Yesterday and :Transports themselves in the vicinity Why Germany Ever Sent
? : with the terrific losses -: as a result of this strife its dominion t
., of Montfaucon. In the ,Such a Large Force to
and the:exhaaiteoB district
indicates Dispatched over you would continue.
; ,, this. to be-a battle ofextermination. '
T we have '
: r _}:- :,.; come in contact with the East "On the contrary my sole aim is

: | Germ n positions' f. Washington, 'Sept li; several detachments'of the enemy be that each and every one of you may
.L e along the whole front from the Oise to -Commendat tween Etant and Thiaucourtm ,
London, grow and and
Sept 17.-A prosper keep at the
; Mw e:are organized for defense tory messages from Mexico and fro "Third. On
and are.fortified with heavy our right wing, in Lorraine special dispatch to the Times same time the precious inheritance of
says: s
,; artitiery.;';.1,. ive'thousand.guns .have:.been engaged in a'giant arts Mexicans in the United States poured and the Vosges there has beenno "According ,to the latest information language and faith of your fathers. '

:lery'dual 4tor t,the;past ,two days. :The German artillery has con in at the White House on the withdrawal ,: change. available here the Germans, realizing "Let everY one of you, united to his

: tinuedj particBlarljr;);deadly. Their batteries are masked in the : 'of American,forces from Vera continued"Summing along,the the entire battle front is being the futility of the withdrawal of brother live in peace and harmony h,
'bills where'most.of the new Cruz. between eight army corps from their western with your neighbors, respecting their '
: : positions,have been taken, and.tire'guns the river Vise and the river national
front, are returning their first line rights. Being convinced that
< are- :being, -. served :with..the. . utmost precision I General Carranza.expressed great Meuse. The Germans occupy positions troops from east Prussia westward.of you will co-operate with all your
{ satisfaction, Consul
i Sflliman reported organized for defense and MM strength to realize this
writers end
Jitary here are puzzlingover I call
GAINING GROUND and said he. would send a' forma! armed with heavy artillry. i
.. IN ALSACE the problem why Germany upon you to welcome the Russian q
i Bo as,. ;Sspt.17Special.Bulletin. = i : A telegram notes of,thanks later. "Our progress is of necessity slow, should have made the blunder of troops as faithful friends, who are i
from Administration officials reiterate but our troops are animated byspirit a for
sending such fighting the realization of your
Switzerland an
: enormous to
says:violent fighting is 'occurring in Alsace today that the statement of offensive army
: where ,attribute*j and they a re east Prussia. The real greatest ambitions."
the explanationseems
'French are,"gaining ground. Great yesterday to Sir Lionel giving evidence of
: anxiety is displayed by Garden, former vigor and enthwas u- to be that when half the
,German'population.'NEW British minister siasm. They have
to Mexico, repulsed with sue of east Prussia stampeded before RUSSIANS HOLD 200,000 PRISONERS .

.; ,,, biased by his personal resentfulne cess the counter attacks undertake
'. ', s General Rennenkampf, carryingthe i ; MAKE THEM WORK
,REVOLUTION IN 'YENEuutA" -, ITALIAN RESERVISTS toward Carranza. They declared 10 by the enemy during the day and at panic to Berlin, Germany felt I z
y : . ,REPORTED FRANCE complaint had come from any foreign nigh The morale of the French soldiers I Petrograd, via
, ; "<."-. HAVE BEEN. CALLED TO compelled to tranquilize the population London, Sept. 17/
.,! : ,1 COLORS government' regarding unrest or that is excellent"The I by sending a great army to the The Bourse Gazette states that UD to 'at

> ''ice," Curacao: Sept' 17.-It Sir Lionel's allegations had been Austrian armies evacuating area occupied by the Russians. a few days ago the Russians held

,.i(reported; here" today :that Alejan I London, Sept-.-In a dispatch borne Final out by official messages. Galicia killed are in full rout Their lossesin A Petrograd dispatch to the Daily]200,000 prisoners, who are being rap.
drot Ruehacme--a'Veneaadan arrangements wounded and prisonersare
bringing idly distributed
.' revolu- from Paris the Telegraph says: to many districts.
; :tionirt,' has:effected correspondent' the the troops home from Vera Cruz were estimated at several hundred '''The Most of them
: a. landing in the Daily Telegraph the Italian news of the Russian victory, are being given labor,
(eastern"- .,. '.psfoithe; republic, to start in the French says reservists completed today. The first sailings thousand men. The German army say correspondents at the front has thousands being used on the railways,

,a revobitao&ary=movement against theHader been called for September capital'28. have of transports for the- Mexican, port corps which went to their" succor.are caused a headlong flight among the others are helping with the harvest,

preseat:_ad infltration Provis- believe,':the They will be at 5 o'clock this afternoon, retreating. Germans in the districts of Czento- and many have been sent to turke-
.'.ioaal:Pre w&t' correspondent says,'that when the chartered steamer
Bostfflos.If this means Italy's Cristobal chowa, Elobuko, Sieradz and Kaliz, i stan for work on the drainage sys.
s" :t k:rt is correct it is 'a new war. into th will leave New York and the transport GERMANS GIVE UP' SIEGE OF Russian Poland.. ,

tonf' in., nataoa, for up to the Sumner and the chartered steamers I LIEGE, SAYS ROME "Russian patrols are constantly tem.The minister of agriculture has issued -
.. .preseat' time ;the City,of Denver and City of, Memphis DISPATCHLondon the .
,revolutionists, of ROME SAYS GERMANS HAVE widening their radius of action. The following statement regarding =
: J Venezsek have been i unable to undertake .,UPON NEW will leave Newport News. With inhabitants of Zdunskawola, southeast the prisoners: "The prisonersmust y

>, ::any
4'the'nieapoee ity''sf-.obtaining- arms s and the,'chartered ship Kansan will to the Exchange Telegraph to evacuate the town in three We shall pay for the work done, but

,"f' and... .. ,Rome, Italy -via go from Galveston and the transport company ,states that it .officially days as it is to be fortified. A special our position is not that of ordinary
c' London. Sept 17., Kilpatrick will proceed to Vera admitted in Berlin that the Germans
.. ; The Tribuna Cruz train is being provided for those employers. Our prisoners must work,
states'that the
German from .
NICHOLAS-. CONFERS-TITLES':;,, 'headquarters,,staff has adoptedi Qlon.S9UTHERN have abandoned Liege. who wish to go to Germany"RIVERS in return for which" we shall. support
k r( -. _, I and feed them.
r ,Petrograd, Sept,; 17,-'Czar ,,Nicholas anew ofmaintaining plan. of campaign, which. consists LABOR' CONGRESS GERMANY'S REPLY TO WILSON'S AND HARBORS CONGRESS CoL Shumusky, the military critic ''
the defensive
t". has conferred the-title.o(Chevaliers against the;allies, in the west while TAKES UP MANY:MATTERS INQUIRY AS TO PEACE TO MEET of the Bourse Gazette, says:
of the\ Order- f NONCOMMITTALWashington "It is believed the Austrian and
of,St Georgeupon -
"\ . ; .King=Albert. ;of.-,Belgium, anPrince d against undertaking the:Russians an offensive in movement Birmingham, .Abu, Sept.17. .-Discussions Washington, Sept 17.-The elev. German general staffs are undertaking
f t, ; AlexaMerof. ; .-SerriL.. German twelve on general ,1 labor, legislation Sept :17.-:President enth annual rivers and harbors con. a new concentration, probably in ,
army: corps wfll be'emplo ed.' in the South
; child 1abor'Iaws and Wilson announced today' he had called
; "\ me- received gress was today. to meet here Cracow, of between 1,000,000 and
:jp. ;';;.......;:.; . chanics'' liens,were features today.of from the'imperial chancellor December. 9-11. 2,000,000 men."
the third :annual. convention 'of' the of Germany non-committal reply.to '- s
,reared --
.'.r, ,Recall; 'of: Troops' From Soaihenf;Labor:Congress.. The convention -., his[inquiry' 'into the,report that.Emperor -
'':"t- 'win adjourn tom.'GERMAN n w. William was willing to discuss 12 Killed; Many Injured When

:f Vera'i CruzMayCause Trouble I ?' ,' terms of peace.TPiesident' '
: l ,FREIGHTER:.ESCAPES Wilson said there t I
was Train Hit
.' \ '-,,;, i ... .... '. _. -t* ; .JAP> 'WA&SKIP: nothing to' indicate whether 'the,,inquiry Memphis Street Car
.',, i ;Washington," . ,
-, 'SeptSgeciai.l) close to the:American ", "had;been brought to the attention :
( ,
-.1 --
; Intimations received: 1M" Vera rega&e, :liptgwenmeeh' .B+aolala,:,I. .awan,,''Se U17.4 The of EmpeioiWilla
: : cre 'Cm'that ' by : Memphis; Sept. !L-(Spe nib of this citypver fifty
if the. United, : t lea
.' ' ,Statesareay dT'There prevails:in:official:-circles that a
ii'withdrawn a reign of:terror.might.... .. :is'. : ' [J.. 8. an.teC hwe :last ,night fartter. reffty.:.10 expected.Latfe .. ciaL-Twelve persons were killed were in the trailer when the trainstruck
-: .a'. grewngtbt'ft ....... .4J [ .. < . and .it 'The trailer hurled 100
; was
d $ QpatT;:; Vera.Crui;: :;,which'::would if ih .( dayi oat of TraJe jTxei ; thirty injured this: evening when
,. '. e rU'oly afett.. ;the,' h.. ... IMcb .1(tI tL.. ... r- .J : 'N- yards up the track by' the impact and s''
--: '" ... ;.ewaaies.;.Of;Cu. = oiriey: ileet _. t: < 8tary map of,Europe, open 'freight; 'ain.plowed into a trailerof
>.tt and fttaeaa : ,- .,... : JBStf Wve W'.
.:: V . \f. : jf *biea c" (. tar "' )( u I .'"_' : ::i': r, 5e.m"; fltkfl:26e., Curtis. I a street.car on the,Raleigh Springs the ambulances in ,Memphis were
3 ''** :< : '' ; ::::!"''' -: '_' "'':t. ,T. ... tt... . ..'.;. .. J lt. ,line, just east of
.Ji .-" '" Binghampton, sub- rushed-to the
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' ,UTI.:STOCK y BAJ8W8.SURE:TO ;, }They' do quay'as well. as Where-:formerly,many thousand,of

-. :"' \ rt', _." the native 'cow' ''sad better nR1t can German subjects emigrated annually, DON! GROW BALDDon't Woo 1 Woo l, 11 Dudley Matthews
:J i. s. be" 'obtained Iron. .t>+i -.=HasUsgs in the Jast few years the "emigration UWod1
- x 'U f Dm.AM two yeast ago k,waa.ref .- .T umaL' has been cut' down considerably.In ARCHITECTURAL AND GENERAL
:' :i'f.; ':nark.. d,'by .a,'gelaain.ol eiperieaeeIn t. i / w _. 1912, the ,last figures available, ,Grow Bald' Us Parisian Sage Excellent Core Pine Wood Supplied I DRAFTING.
rawing in"Florid FACTS ,ABOUT TEGERMANE left If your hair is getting thin, losingits I.
.fang . 19,356 Germans the Fatherland;
natural color, .or has that matted, ,in any quantity Blue Printing and Map Work. Patent
that b6tWnwy tluawooH
1 ftI n EMPIRE. 13,706'to the United States; 225 to office drawings, show cards, and
I s .'be one.of.the greateat'stock prod er Brazil;' 4,198 .to other 'North and lifeless and'scraggy' appearance, thereason general commercial art. Perspec
,f_"etatia;JD.:-t; Union.: We think (International"News Service.:) South and Central American countries is evident-dandruff and failure SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE byes in color or flat.j'uhes.I .
l 11 ;that Bis:ideas. :were jipLand'; to.'.con- The importance to the world, of the ; '901 to other ,countries of to keep the hair roots properly I ROOJ1IZYowellDuclnrorth

:.J yiaee the average.farmer. of.this fact German Empire,'with its colonizationwork Europe; '.322 to Australia, four to nourished. STRANDS OR MORE Building
G i l 'ire"would; like. to' myite! them, toO.. Hast and vast manufactures the Asia, and none 'to Africa.A Parisian Sage applied daily for a PHONE
d1 1 :0.faHJet r ,tbea\(aee for,themselves' black ;results which must come to year ago the estimated total week and then occasionally is all that \ \

'. i j ..what:possibilities. p'are;,and.'what' can Germany, and indirectly to 'the l other wealth of' the German Empire was is needed. It removes dandruff with ELDREDGE BARLOW
I 1t countries, ,whether the,, Kaiser winsor one application; almost immediatelystops -- -
'actually be deae along,this line
t $60,500,090,000 as compared with:
_ -g f" ('j, If,"any",oae-- ; ;:iateweted' ''in the ,stock' ; ioses',in the"European Armageddon United States,. $130,000,000,000; falling hair and itching head; Telephone 375

,;. t bees k:Florida could.hare visited I ,, is.just beginning,to'be realized. Great Britain,. '$80,000,000; France, invigorates the scalp and.makes dull, South Street, near A. C. L.
\ 'the..farm.:ofr;'the"FloridaVegetable The empire'-of;the. ,Kaiser,is.madeup $65,000,000,000; Russia, $40,000,000- stringy hair soft, abundant and radiant G. CO
'" : where of four kingdoms; company'at this place, they 000; Austria-Hungary, $40,000,000-
r n t have three immense silos, they would duchies, seven principalities, two 000; Italy, $20,000,000,000 and 'Belgium women or children-every one needs aForSale Insect Killer Will

tt r* :have'seen them;cutting:corn,ensilage provinces, Alsace-Lorraine, Reichs-- $9,000,000,000.The i it.
ft I: 'of;i.(fiaetqaality as-: ldtf groin 1 land sad three free towns. last' occupation:census of Ger- A large bottle of this delightfulhair Rid
in the' This The' population of Germany,'by the : ,tonic can be had from.McElroy's
f friary: state. .Unio torn many, taken. in 1907 showed: that in
'.was'phusedon. the:15th of Hay after 1910'census,'was 64,925,993, or,310.4 the Empire here were 31,497,100,.em- Pharmacy or any drug counter for 50 Your house of all insects.
f.f. harvesting. the potato crop;and it will to the 'square'mile;,, 32,040,166 ,males, ployed, as fo o4gri: ultu and cents. You Win surely like Parisian
L P .average: abort*twelve'feet'in height and '32,885,827 females. ;In, June, stock raising, 9,732,472, miningmetalwork ; Sage. There is no other 'Just-as- I Quarts SSc. Gallon $1.00

P.\ 'This. 'silo'feed'is ; ;tonly'for beef" 1913. the 'population was estimatedat and kindred industries 11,256-; good"-Try. it_now. McElroy's Phar- For sale by 4

f cattle' .and dry.urrpoees; >bat 'it. 66,096,000.() 254; commerce, ,trade macy. ,L have a carload of Jersey Milk

F 'makes.aa. siieeatgf9ed,. Anyone Germany has four colonies in ture, 3,477,626; .dome and'manufac.1 I Cows for sale, and people of the surrounding Carruthers & Gore
L 1 can easily, figs,fee,amount'ofprofit Africa,'one in Asia, and i 'eight. among' service., 1,736,450. ; p Reel's. Steam Laundry. last week country are invited to in-
_ r: :, ; that can. ber. ade'by.feeding : the islands 'of the 'Pacific with a unloaded a car of modern laundry
530 and
... ,. !_ ; forestry, hunting fishing, pest the stock.Reasonable .
11 beef, cage for the''market;, twenty-- combined.population. ? of 24,389 whites, 1 150,785;' without professions, .miscellaneous machinery'jand will open the damp .

.. i five pounds of this-feed, is'a;good ration ' 12,041,603 natives, total. 12,065,992.. 3,404,983. wash department.... next Monday, Sept.. prices. Call on or address
) {for:ar'steer;each:day.:, Getting This, makes the total population of In the last general elections in 14th. JAMES N. SEWELL, WOOD COAL AND ICE

r fifteen teas per:acre, feeding..tentJi the German Empire, 78,161,992.The Germany, there were 14,442,387vot. On account of several large ma- 8-22-D W Winter Garden, FIa.I Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
b i; five pods'.per.day to.eachateer.we: 'area' of. Germany is 208,780 ers on the lists and 12,260,731 actually chines not yet' arrived, will not open Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf

figure that o&e"acre of ensilage would square miles, which' with 1,027,820 ,cast ballots, as follows 5-Socialists his complete laundry and dry.clean- Read the advertisements daily. Don't overlok the want ads.
H fatten fifteen )headAof cattle, .or,, in square miles' of the colonies, bringsthe 4,250,399; Center patty, 1,996- ing until' September 28th. I
-. 'other; words,everyv ton ,of.this feed area :of the German ,Empire to 848; National? Liberals, 1,662,670; ,If you want the damp wash, phone

will add 150 ponds.of weight to each' 1,236,600 square miles Radicals 1,497,041; ; Conservatives. 1- 654 or drop a .card.*
'steer'and will more than incAaae the I According to the last census, there 126,270. BEEL'S'STEAM LAUNDRY.'
in Ton could then '1,259,873 foreigners in Germany i .
'.:} same.weight hogs. were Iwhites'only.: 4.12 2wksNEW
I harden.the fat'of. the'bogs b 1 feeding ; 13,455 subjects of Belgium; THE OLD RELIABLE
'them' about. ,two' weeks_on,bard corn 19,140 French; 18,319 English and POTATO HILL PHILOSOPHY f .
,out of the boa Irish; 104,204 Italians;' 14,356 subjects DANN'S TRANSFERDr.
The' Florida. Vegetable company of ,Luxemburg;. 144,175 Dutch; ,The first thing.'a reformer, does is -
cancers, tumors of all
has ensilage in itS 667,159 Austrians and Hungarians to become.a liar. '
finished 'patting . ; kinds.' No money until you are sat B. D. WIENANGA
-,; 'silos'froaiMoaaay_ until Wednesday 137,697 subjects Russia and Finland People rarely do what they say isfied. Dr. C. W. Hains, 4-7 Warren Prop.
l h.t.of"last;week' .,and.:other"silos,. in this and 17,572 Americans. should be done., Bldg., Lafayette street, Tampa, Fla.
",community have been','filling at the The '"German Empire has seven A man possibly has a right to like 9-13-10t
: Livery Draying and
,safe tip It would pay;any'one interested cities of over .a ,half .million I popula rag time; but he should not boast' Hauling
about it. If you want your bicycle fixed in
rY ti visit Hastings and!' see tion. They are: Berlin,' 2,071,257; .
t: ' I have always regretted I did not a hurry take it to Warman's Repair
what is being:dene along these lines. Hamburg; 931,035; Munich, 596,467; ,
.We.have determined;with. the silo Leipsig, 589,850; Dresden, '848,308; originate the saying "The people be Shop. 12-5-tf. t' WE. GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE 1 '
,to famish;feed:at' leas,than $2 per Cologne, '516,527;, Breslau,; 512,105. d-d. .
ton and with'the 'wonderful success The latest available figures show The people advocate for others GOOD PRINTING
h'that we have obtained by exterminating the annual births of Germany to much that they did not.do for themselves ,We are in a better position than Y
;, ever to give you the very best in AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
f; : tbe tick we have two of the greatest average' 1,925,883, with 1,085,996 printing, as we have a large plant
"'i problems soiled_and'with energy deaths; the population this increasing When_the authority for a statementis equipped with all modern machinery, .
:and:capital the stock business can be at the: rate of 839,887 a year. "they say"'it'is a. pretty safe'bet and the very latest in type faces. If Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
., ; 'trade a wonderful saccew here. The 'German birth Drte' has showna that "they" pre lying again.-Ed. you are now numbered with our cus-

: 1 :Whfle we" speak 1F :'of.;the stock.busv marked.decline in r cent.years, as Howe's Monthly: tomers you' are we not need, then no we introduction would appre-; if HORSES FOR SALE
} b:BMS we weald like,to call the attention follows:in 1876 it was, per 1,000 I ciate the opportunity to prove to you
n 'of. the;pobBc>to' the wonderful, nhabitants, 42.6 per .cent; in 1896, KEEP:AHEAD 1 that we are producers of, Quality

!!:strides",that are,being made here in it, was. 37.8; in '1906 it. "was ,34.1; in, Of your neighbor' by reading, the Printing.THE SENTINEL, 'Phone 24. 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
$'the; dairy. hUb ea Our.section seems 1909 'it, war.<32.0; and'in 1911, only Sentinel every morning. and getting
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We} are the exclusive Agents of all proposition advertised in this space, which will be changed every

4 : .week* :Purchasers.:,can buy through their own Broker and all Real Estate men can sell them and arrange

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



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Situated five miles south East of Orlan14 large Pecan trees about 20 years old in full bear within a block of their freight depot. 150 feet front and
,do; projected Brick road within one mile 150 feet depth and about 200 feet along the R. R. track
25 acres of'truck land cleared and ready to be
j- of property." The:tract has 280 acres, on planted. ; aa be bought at an astounding low price if sold withintwo

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

trucking. Also virgin timber, and,grazing land all under
; ." fence Sweet and Irish tomatoes watermelons
F potatoes, corn, -
j ,sandy bottom .and over one-half mile
pineapples and bananas have been successfully

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

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

'- all. the. ;years of,the present occupant. me- t. A money maker from the start with bigger pros16 bearing orange trees and enough ground to make a r
pects. This property has buildings which could not be
good garden. Good neighborhood, within a block from
Six planted in large and grapefruit
: acres orange
duplicated for less than one thousand.dollars. All farm
trees ia fall bearing. a lake. :,
implements are included in the sale. This property can
Five and one-half acres of. 375 j iJU.ee.year'old: grapebe bought through your own real estate broker or sold Win be sold on very liberal terms as owner intends toT

rait hoe wder> ,irrigation. byany broker-'in Orlando. move into the country.



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',' .,.. ..: .;,.' .& "; tAIE- ,., I Mftcy aad family, Mr.; aad Kr .:J*A. DAILY SPORT LETTER to much more than a prelim. !Ittier
)! \ i f : : I Neal tad family,Mr. tad :Mrs.L Me-: n1ess he has a noodle."
i- -WmUr< .' 1.1k4: and'family Mr. and Mrs 'G. I Frank' G._Menke. "Look
:". ',- Part'"FW. :.: fcptCv Sztaey: : By : over the list of champions of

E.:'Cefk.f. aid'faHysw, .t;over! ,,to C.rKnu4eo9and'family,'Mr.:;and' Mrs. i New York, Sept 17< -A.few present day and" the past, and GRAND
the\Beedier,'-atortaa'eontil : F. E. Mann and family, G. M. Patrick I more and the 'negro race' that find that all of them have been
and family"of:Kiasimmee, and J. :B. "
I brainy parties, says Ad.
occupied such.,an, important ,
,II & W. L,.Bane aeeoBM&ied ,them. '
Patrick and family her sisters Mrs. ck
; I in the pugilistic world for more Johnson is a crafty person.
Oars ;.rim.ha :again.changed;: Martha Roberson, Mrs Mary Patrick, 30. years will have- skidded off Kilhane, is brainy, so is Kid

,,hilidaafOrhtadoi'whoreeenly.- : and .Mrs ;Susan Dossey, and her obscurity. and so are Freddie Welsh / TODAYDANIEL

':, \.,rtfcava, ,. decided brother, John ,Ivey,:and, their fami- Just a' few.. the the top notch middleweights.For .

that itWOUId: not) >,profile. ,where lies;', Mrs.. Emily Beckwith' Mrs. almost ruled years the heavyweight ago

so' much:.hired Wp was .necessary, Frances Swearengen of Orlando, and sion. Jack sale.-A well bred driving
J has, sold.. ,'tO.. Div".'Frig, of Tape,who, p Daniel, Roberson of Sanford; 'nieces Sam Langford,was: was -sound and gentle, in her FROHMAN

':expects to,take personal 'charge and and nephews; Mr.: and :Mrs. A, J, Jeanette, stood head runner-up and Any lady can drive; city Presents the Famous Drama of

locate here with hk family.. ianael and-family, and Mr.'and.Mrs. There can be nothing better
over most of the' white LOVE
,: President W F.:Bkkckaan supplied EL G. Tyner 'and family, grandchildren. But Sam's star is the the horse line:for;ladies,and chil- ,
: : on wane,
,the,pdpH ette ranks has-been
in, Orlando last. .Sunday while Dr. present, but of her"immediate family, now as a she must have a good home. "
Johnson alone holds his :
,Stagg:is away on his'.vacation. there were seven daughters', two sons, But added years and dissipation same $150. Alsq. buggy and har "T M J Justice ti J"J"J.

:All services will be resumed a tthe" twenty-five grandchildren, and four hurt Johnson. Sooner or cheap. 1
Xethodist shed, begiaeing.with the great.gra: dehdren. It was a very H. C. McDANIEL.
must crumple, and when he
f :' meeting aad,Sunday selrviceaI e occasion and daring the day
i prayer pleasant ; will go down with a loud splash.There By John Reinhart
.the:preeeat"week.. ,The Methodist. picture were taken of the family First class Brazing a specialty At
are no classy
,and CeagNffttioaal churches have poop by photographer Robinson of weights today. When the negro '. Repair Sa" o Court St. .
.held, union MrrieM 'for tie' past .. .
: ; . .. Orlando.
passed on 'and down
three months. Messrs.'Walter Tanner and Millard F
i, Mr..E.'W. Boykin, who has been'in Sullivan were baptized.in Lake Conway his ,race without a We insure Jour,are and loan you ,
:failing health'for seme time and riow- by'Bev. E. A.'Milton Sunday afternoon. that division. There'are no on real estate at 6 per cent
: negro fighters in the Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,
ly::toeing'em ,aaee"tbeir' return toWmter .' Quite a, large party' witnessed division, and one in the Building, Tampa;,Fla."
: :Park, ptMea4 :away Sunday the event 3-25-d&wtf
v '13th,'1914. They division. _______ ___.___ *
; .uor&ing, September School opened'Monday with an,en-
formerly'; lived, here '.bat. moved to rollment of.70'pupils-19 in the higher The old discussion of who OPEN ALL NIGHT rFiC'h
in the
greatest fighter
Gainesville;' Jet, :year ''hoping' the grades,',22 in the intermediate,'and divisions'has The City Drug Store Is at your ser
'_ change would be helpful !tat returned 29 in the lower grades. Miss Frances bobbed up again. both day and night. Prompt
in Chicago they think, that courteous. tf
about' six ,weeks ago. Funeral services Kay is principal, and Miss B. May
Nelson deserves the vote.
"'were held Wednesday: : morningat and Mrs.. L L. Scott assistants.A would'r.
the comet ey,.where interment was time fighters hand the crown P-Do-Lax Banishes Pimples .,.

made '. Bev. W. L. Bane had charge. TALE OF TWO CONTRACTORS Gans. Bad Blood, Pimples, Headaches,
., The rank and file of fight Torpid Liver Constipa-
President'W. Kacknan spoke to U [M3 with '):
that the title"should be given etc. come from Indigestion.
'the'teachers at the Lake county neet- Two contractors were engaged in a Po-Do-Lax, the pleasant and I PAUL MCALLISTER
hug at Tavarea the.first of the week I railroad building job. One contractor or the other-that no other sure Laxative, and you
"fce and Mrs; Blackaaa will,visit their weight measures up to them. suffer from a deranged stom- : supported by
; Altoona 'for : required every man going to work for and Nelson 'were totally h or other troubles. It win tone up -
:orange groves near several liver and purify the blood. Use it JANE FEARNLEYin
him his clothing and takea their style of fighting. Gans
: days before retarai&g the latter i ,to remove and you will stay well, f
: p" part of the week.x ,bath. A clean,;suit of overalls was )f the most scientific men that clear complection and steady Five Reels of Motion Pictures
stepped into the ring. He Get a 50c. bottle to-day.
Rev. Mr. Collier
The of
son then furniahedhim until his clothing
found: be-Bering with appendicitis more. on his wonderful brain back if not satisfied. All The Drama of a District Attorney, who throws Honor,

< .and takes to,tie,Orlando'sanitarium could,,be disinfected." The employerdid amazing speed,.his marvelous ists. Position,and Duty: in the scales against a Woman's Love.A .
; I this because he, didn't ..want dirty and ,generalship than he did
:; 'Tuesday;for operation. Don't forget the Sentinel want ads. Tale that proves Love greater than the Law and
; 'The.Bew, ;seat market IB Bearing men working for him. He was deter punch. i are money makers.

::completion 'and it is expected to.have mined that there should be no lice in Nelson, on the, other hand, Stronger than Death.
r.:. '
: :the. .' ,formal openfcg,'Saturday,, .Sep. his camp., Each laborer was'furnished ably was the most ungraceful To Give Qolaloe To. ChBdren. The Fourth of the Great Paramount Pictures Pro

'.) ,;....-r" ;2IWe I with a good sized tent with board that ever held any kind of a It the trade-mirk mine then to to grams. You can't afford to miss it.
are':glad to'report allthe; former floor.. ,The tent was supplied with a title. But how he could hit! Quinine. It b a Tasteless Syrup plea
to take and does not disturb the stomach.
: .;;sick:::people up and'around. I spring cot and clean bedding. Tents the punishment he could take. take it and never know it is Quinine.
especially adapted to adults who
:' )lr .] Gene BoBews' and Master were,screened with mosquito netting. son time after time todd up ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate cannot nor ..
home from ,the The and tents a rain of blows from his nervousness nor ringing in the head. Try
Bobert: ,' are,. .. cooking dining were I the next time you need Quinine for any pur.
..,.' .hospital,' a&d,of.eH. ,)'Gene senior, kept in sanitary and invitingly clean that' had enough force to FEBR1UNB Ask for bounce is blown original in bottle.package.25 cents.The ORCHESTRAlOc
:: :is happy (and.proed).: condition. Garbage and manure were ninety nine out of 100 men. .

. ,Prof,.Uakart'is, hick, 'ready,to take. disposed'of so as not to attract flies.. Bat knew nothing about Takes Off Freckles
. up the;'work:of the new year'in Rol- Privies were screened to prevent flies He had no footwork, and his : .

( ,1iDL, \; carrying infection, from typhoid or for the most part, was a joke. Removes Tan. i
i. The town cooncfl has hid the trees Ken who were- dirty tramps when he possessed the power to 20c

: "in.. --:thi4]park and" -::.: along "'the. streets" Men who were dirty trapms when a terrible amount of BentifyyonrcompleKioo.rid ef those freckles. 'You can Get

1 trimmed,.._.part:of, the-moss removed, they arrived left as, clean self-re- still save enough energy to slip Sorest SOc in a jar of WIG
1'and. improved' the looks quite mate=; I specting_ men. a finish punch. SON'S FRECKLE CREAM
-rially.' '( I "The'.other ,contractor did, as most "Brains" remarked Ad and they'll disappear. Sartre ,

Utters fw frioads:fat)the, North 'I contractors do. Whatever his own who was a champion' until !] no case more.may, We require positively two jars-pr- K
,apeak,. of., ,'the. .cold' ""weather.. :;already; idea, 'of ,cleanliness might be,. he Ritchie came along "are antee this, and if your CM* I
Rants; garden:staff sad flowers. have ''wasted no money on 'frills." The a fighter's success. No one can plenoa isn't fully restored to I .r -
bad "be aesedfer protection fromthe -o be a champion in any. its natural beauty we agree to refund your
.to first, contractor had no trouble, get- money without argument. And in addition.WILSON'S .
frosts aad every indication for ting men. The best came to him. unless he is. brainy. FRECKLE CREAM is a fine, fragrant ,-
toilet cream. Doesn't cause hair to grow Hammond Gore
:an early;,aad Bevere'winter. We anticipate There was absolutely no sickness.The D'ya get the inference? Ad and does positrfely remote TAN aadFRECKLES. -

', tae'heivieetd1cand; . larg only doctor's bill in nine monthswas champion, y'no., Ad goes on sent by mail.if Try desired.it at our Mammoth risk. Price tars $1.00.SOc-

est nambe-,.\ *... ''of,'vwfcors even,seen. in for .a man who had his arm that no matter how well'a WILSON'S Freckle Cram FAIR Co.,SKIN Qttfteiton SOAP, S.2&T,&, makers Wilson FUNERAL DIRECTORS ANB EMBAlMERS.
hit and'no matter how much Itt lilt '
Florida,., broken by a horse. by
.Mrs. G. ;S.Deetctls.: home ,from The'conditions of the two contracts ment he could 'take, he never j. N. MCELROYlilllMlltlMltMHIillMiMIMMMMHIillltllOill:

her visit to Kew.Eagia&d.: ,and the work done were. practically REAL VALUES LOW PRICES ,

,The ymar Bapegutioed'church sWs logs'of, the con- identical. The first contractor made
i* planaig; :to. give a handsome profit. The second ac- J COMPARE

.aaad:a.,soei'ird\'frie&da i of; the class!-'Friday,to. :'members night tually..If, the lost'. money.J&lof, this tale were applicable : ROLLINS S ll[ [ Winter Parr OUR FURNITUREWe

at:HookeeMmorislr: :A short.'program only to railroad builders, :
of enUrUiflEWBt nt.will be given, "' the furniture that
there would be no point :in printingit provide quality has long
'including-m"by>> the;orchestra,:to here. ,A railroad construction been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the r
Mest art Most lea&titol 6reu4s ii Florida
''be.followed.r:by;.refreshments., ,About camp is a.small community. The contractor ,College standard of.merit, if an article is here it is good. x

fifty. or 'sixty,,have, :-been.. invited" ; andvre'fee14sdte is :the ruling power. In the College, Academy, Music,'Expression,'Fine Arte, Domestic It wo ldn't'be here were it otherwise. We can't make
the members' the class civil community the 'voters are the and Industrial Arts, 'Business, Teacher's Course. this point too dear-it is one of the foundation stonesof

-would'.be greatly.pleased.to'see every supreme authority., As such they can. Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection this business, and that means much to any.buyer.'MeNElLL .

;young' ilsanin town a member .of,this .ietermine'what_"the living and work- fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dol- .1

,or:seise_other- _''Bible'class. ing conditions' of. ,their 'communityshall lar endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ, & DAVIS BLOCK

tif. ; __-: .. be.The'moral.' a dozen pianos, two'Gl Clubs, chorus class.. 'Superb new :

.PINE- .,.. ': -- more personal application. A community chemical and physical laboratories, equipped"with e erymodern'deTicej
*, ""pine'Castje' ,' FUu,, Sept. '16.-Mr.; is an aggregation of individual ' analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, wafer. J
and' Mrs.. ,'Jos,' ;I.;Sunday ,returned homes. The housewife is usu- Preparation for engineering course. 1 :

:Fly;evening: after ,'a : ,long visit ally the authority 'on managementShe Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis" football, --- a

among;relatives. in Chattahoochee. can',see, to it that her house is Christian but undenominational; expenses moderate.

J. B. Sweet,. ofMiami., was_a guest screened and clean. The cost of a Scholarships.available. For catalogue address

::recently:at,the home:of his I brother, clean water supply or proper'sewerage .

'CLJ." Sweet. 'and garbage disposal can be met WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN, :I s
;; Mrs. C.: :H.:Matchett will open the by the saving in doctor's bills, extra

.Lake View,Inn for, "the,'.winter- ,season- help made necessary. by': avoidable Ph, D, Lt, D., President.4lMIMIIIIfMIIIMMIIIMIMliMlitMIIIMIMMM.
,'tills ,week., sickness etc, not to mention avoidable .' '
Mrs.E. ,, L. Sphaler. is, visiting, at funeral expenses.-H. E. Dear- '' L2

'Gast ('S.C.; holt,,M.'D; :Director Health Instruc- :

: Mrs.':Etta B.,Gregory, of'Memphis, tion Bureau, Extension Division, Uni- ; ,

:Teen., deft| ;for her ,home Monday versity, of,Wisconsin. JI'V3dYd
-, .f-morning; after a two:weeks stay with ,81J BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS "

.,. 'her .parents, :Mr. and Mrs. 'J. J. MATTLAND ITEMS LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
\ .:'Reeves. NWIJA 103 l0:> 3Hi GIVE TIE CHILDREN, 1 1914 to August
'Mrs.}'Maggie;Barber, of'S" .Cloud, Mr. and Mrs. John McCulloch, who Effective from August ,

; and 'Min M. 'E. Smith, of'-Sanford, j have been spending the summer in Uf1J.fGJUiJU1 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc-

.. ;have been visiting'" their sister, Mrs* Scotland,:sailed,for home September15th CORRECT STATIONERY tion during that time:

'j; 'i 'Edna' ,Sullivan.Dr. ., I aU1J ,
Car $555.00
< and MrS.:Akers and'little son, Mrs. >Vanderpool and daughter, S
Enestfaf'Orlando,'with their colored Miss Kitty, returned last Friday from Runabout '- 505.00

maid i are,,enjoying,Mrs.. Salisbury's Slaterville Springs, New York, where And they will take pride in F. 0. B. Orlando. AO ears fully equipped.

camp cottage,on:Lake Coaway for:a they.spent the,summer., \ U their letters.
1 Putter, we will be able to obtain the max!mua effidene
who has been
Mr. Dearborn
I few, weeD George' lit ear factory production and the miamim cost la ntpareharfnr
'Letters: r 'from Mr.: a&d 'Mrs: 'H. A. 01 since:his return. from Lake Como., Correct letter,writing is bothan end sales departments if we reach an.output of
abort t&Ad
: 3f.,tOO.ears between the
er.I.ythe1 ,are temporarily estabhsked is now able to be,about, -
1 this production we arm te pay al
: while The electric lights is ,art and an accomplishment should we reach
Ohio question of
at Cincinnati, the buyer's share from $4I to Sft per car (on or abort
Mr. Fuller> is':on.bis'lecture,tear. being discussed and it is hoped.the August 1.1115) to v every retail barer wbe purchases a new
.'Letters also from .:Mrs. :Homer town will soon'have them. Crane's Linen Lawn represents Ford ear between Aiput 1. 1S1I and August 1. IMS.
,, .. ,.,. : For farther particulars regarding these few prices and profitshariac -
r' ,She1doAsay' she,, with ,her daughter, / -I' the highest ,art in manufacture plan, see
..\! Mrs. A.. Mack/will ocxepy.hercoUa" e TROOPS CALLED OUT..IN ROME "
"i,, {!here ,this winter:, , ,- ,of.writing.paper. P. G. RUSH

'. *. :A large 'family/reaaien' win held Rome, Italy,'via: Paris,Sept. 16.- J !. showing correct sizes Phone 226
',lull honor, of: the seveatatth<'birthday The central portion of the capital was We:;are ,

Moiver ry of. Mrs...,Sarah Patrick:, occupied by:military:forces. until 'after t ,a&d:shapes for Children. ,Misses
September, 14th.at' the-hoae_ of,O"C. F. midnight last. "night' to, ,preventdesaonstnitisn Ad"9''.
Johns.J cmose 'Pre..at"1MN:: The by the:people against "'

fwnilwe' of;her 4aughtee"and Italy's" :neutrality.- .," It.waa,1: .,.;'-"Bteeesary-- ., W.. S. BRANCH' . -- '

. two'sou-)(r.,clad ,Mlg>a:F.,Johns for the',trop a.to"ebsrge.the 'c1emo&- ,

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;. ';.Jl :'_ SeMiie1 i l THE :MAINE-.;ELECTION A.'telegram received- early yester- OKEECHOBEE. -- ,

:;" ,. lJ : :IMMHtC_MM. WtttlY, ,So .far'as the. 'returns; .from .the day morning,tod'of the sudden death There is doubt in the minds
,no of
-:141: ,: .. _'i... Ji.."_ ......' iliMt, 1M On- Maine election have: a national of Mr. J. E,. Arnold, in Atlanta,where those who are watching the trend of

? cance, they prove three,things:,iU-: : .he.'was making ''a brief visit before railroad itfe
.tend at the KttoffV* at'Orlando, affair) that Atlantic
.. .1..That President Wilson : going to Demorest Ga.,
r. (I l WavUoBd Oaw MaO, ,Mattar. Coast Line is preparing to enter the AFFILIATED
\ administration, ,are stronger than Although 'Mr. Arnold Jias been in
1,, SUBSCRIPTION RATB8.iafly : field in south Florida, for,accordingto
k ,'I Yaw ......;.:...................iiy .00 ever.. frail health for months past, he had C. D. Leffler it has been

: i 'Dys7iu.dNa.: .ths.":..;..u.i..a. ................ 1JSp LMDafly. 2. That there is no: popular 1 revoltagainst improved much'in recent weeks and extended south ,to Sebring already just 18 WITH JOB j

t By. 1 Itmth *............:.......',.... ..6et the:new Democratic tariff. seemed fairly well when leaving Orlando
miles from the west coast of Lake

WeeUr." 1 .Year..k... ......\....K........'.LOOWacki 3. That the Progressive party is only a. few: days ago for. this Okeechobee, and work is proceedingon
\j .,.. ?. MoatlM .>!:.................. ..71t disintegrating and its members re.' trip.,
the grade to the coast of the lake
turning to the Republican party. He has been a valued citizen of "The patience of Job" better
at Lakeport In a recent conversa- or per-
;: ti TO ADVBTISHBsad There,were two issues in the campaign Orlando for 'tw n y.six years past
tion with a member of the Johnson haps the
t it i c.w 'fer 'IYllu std aD met kaa4.etty. upon which the. Maine Republians and was the faithful and efficient more recently famous policy of
.mot ke bawled ia at the kuriaanfiea' I Land company, which is interested in
s I l'flw .Scattael M| later tku S 9. m. and Progressives were thoroughly assistant postmaster here since 1898 the development of Lakeport, he was "Watchful Waiting" expresses very well
Its 4ijr hd .. .!atfia. in
4 f nII..1PPBeI accord- their opposition to till resigning this'responsible
w agN for, cMtnct atartUaf It II : duty told that the A. C. L. is building rap our attitude towards you who have never
t Inaf. ud't t* rtrktfr aflurri'.ta.dedrtef I the Wilson administration and to'the last spring because of ill health. and
idly expects
.1 Uunderwood-Simmons tariff act. On His birthplace was Homer, 111., but come to our Store or sent us your orders.

._: ; The Sentinel iieoD-- those''issues Mr. Roosevelt, Senator he became one of Florida's will
tba& pioneers you realize that the values
the office IB
ihooU: D .tifr writing enl It is understood that the line has serv-
'Utt **. of r :j>lr tioa. athenrto It',will lie Borah'former."" e-President Fair in 1884 living first,in St. Augustineand
........ at the retttlar subscription rate* rights of way skirting around the ice we are constantly telling about
banks, former Representative McCall, Palatka before
.alee,to Mop it received. moving to Or lake, and there is' reason to believe
r and all the other campaign speakersof lando. that after coming that far south, the must be here-and when you find out just

.' P FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER"18,1914., 'I both the Republican and Progressive -( An esteemed'member of the Odd road will come on into the rich country how great are the values and how com

parties were in,complete bar Fellows, the Knights of Pythias, and below.

.. mony. of the Red Men,4 he will be missed in plete the service you will wish you had

|' Shop' early Only eighty-four shopping With three tickets t ,in the field it each of these orders'as also by his company The Florida is reported East to Coast have Railway stopped come sooner, as many another has done

j days before'Christms.Or .' to have that the
0" was, been expected other friends. operations on its new branch to before.
". '-. Democrats had an even chance to 'Besides his wife,he leaves a daughter -
Okeechobee, a town which has been
Oscar Underwood predicts that congress elect their candidates, for;; governor Miss Edna, and two sons, Messrs. the northeast One visit will convince you of this.
Q started on corner of the
T? will adjourn',in October, but and state offices, but they'have done Roland Arnold, of Jacksonville, and ,
lake, because of the financial strin-
forgets to, mention, iD" what ')'ear.' much better than that., They 'havenot Charlie. Arnold,nof our town, a deep gency.-Miami Metropolis.The Our New Fall GoodsAre

o only held the congressman'elected sympathy being extended to them

Battleships don't'"seem tojbe.playkg ;: in"1912, but they have'increased their each in their sorrow. opening
Sanford Herald calls attention
< much part in this/war, Alabama majority in the legislature, and their further. ,notice will be given as up magnificiently-already

", Hobson to the contrary notwithstand- total vote shows a gain of 11,000 overth to arrangements for the funeral i to the lowly :Florida, sweet potato, the store is beginning to change its sum-

'iog. total vote for Mr. Wilson two which, it says, was once classed with mer character. Shipments already to

-F 0' years ago., RUSSIAN EMBASSY HAS REPORTOF the razorback in the category of hu hand include .
Frt "God' supported, tie:crown_ prince It is difficult to make just comparisons CONTINUED REPULSES mility. The same despised tuber is

i 13; brilliantly," said the Kaiser a short from the Maine'returnsbecause, now bringing sixty cents a peck in

i'rtaaeago.., Has God laid:down on the there was a Republican-Progressive OF. ENEMY Sanford. That's the kind of stuff to In SilksBlack

1. jeb?, fusion on the state;'ticket in 1912, and hand 'em!. Florida can raise the best
:, .i' New York, Sept. 17.-Col. Gole-
,0 the presidential vote.,in.November of sweet potatoes in the world, and she and Colored Satin Charmeuse.
attache of the Rus-
jewski military
i? There maybe,men> who: -never, stole that year was, ,much smaller than the can raise them at a big profit and Black
,; Jf sian embassy, today gave out at the and Colored Messalines.
., watermelons. in.. their' youthful. days, vote for, state .officers and congressmen yet the crop in 1913 was estimated at
abut they" lived'in.aeity, far;from the in September. But it is plain Russian consulate here the following only $1,732,000 in value. It might Black and Colored Real Irish Poplins.
o 1'. message from Petrograd:
:i,farm;> .- that the .Democrats have more than '"The fighting-against the Austrian easily be ten or twenty times that Black and Colored French Eoliennes.

},. .- ,, 0' "" held their own in'an off-year election, amount, and bring prosperity and
,The safety.'of.the porch swing, sad when the tide. ought to be running rear guard continues; all along the profit to the firowers. Black and Satin bierville iuv.

:,: :. .. ,: to 'relate, ,is .worrying_ more young against them at its strongest: 'It' is line. Reports,about*prisoners, guns Metropolis. Black Faille Francais. \
F> men" and, 'ladies,than the and:war stores being taken are com-
yj" yoong cark also plain that public confidence' in Black
; Satin
sage-tn ing.in'from all our armies. Duchessen.ORLANDO'S .
"i : 4Europe.-
President Wilson's leadership has in
1-.'" t t "' 'On the left bank of the river San
',? ;; 0' tensified rather than weakened.
M". All':>the. conteStsresulting, from the But all the elation/over the Maine we attacked successfully the retiring
t ( f June priaaary!might,be settled by,the Austrians. In eastern Prussia in
: returns can not be monopolized by '
McCUllOCU'S Crepe de
i\\ 'commiesiob spite .of all the. efforts of the Germans Chines.
| ,same that settles ,the the Democrats. The dwindling Pro- -
s?|trouble'in Europe.' gressive vote must be generally to surround a part of our retie Chiffon Crepes.
ing force their plan did not succeed"POTATO
f- .. : 0
x couraging to the Republicans, especially Crepe Eoliennes.
If -\ Ohio might: ,..gire Uncle Sam. some as Mr. Roosevelt took personal Department Store

7 )', s euelleat advice.on.JheJutility of:attempting charge of'the state campaign. With PLANTING TIME HERE Silk Grenadines.The .

>'. T t >. >to..collect'a, gasoline tax a decrease,of approximately 30,000 in: New Glissade Silk
: 'D.: Rockefeller. John Empie has plenty of seed. It
+ : -j- the Progressive vote, it.is apparent Roman Stripe Silks. .'
: l'" .o. .... that the third-term party is rapidly will pay you to plant. and buy your
t.: 1 When'thie'crael-wiir- 'is over Hu r- crumbling to pieces. It will still serve seed from-him. ,9-18-1t Jelly Tumblers -Scotch Tartan Silks.

:;:' star Diaz and Bill'.Wcid. may have to divide anti-Democratic vote in .

\ '-' of ugh',.dt3pose4reier company. to many places- .in' November, but all tiMMHtHMMMIMMMT.F.BOURDAN Fruit Jars

:! it..t ,r make up a limit poker game. hope of, reassembling the 'fragments
m i
a J 0' into a _militant political organizationmust ;; | In Dress Goods
; '
An Ohio man committed suicide be-
soon be abandoned. New York
r.1i ,'geese his. wife,, asked t ',him to" churn.--!World Licensed Plumber and all kinds
: I
; When your.".. makes a simflar re- II I I Sanitary Engineer X Serges will play a very important

'f;'':iqaeet you will know what she is hint Estimates Furnished. Jobbing $
., Governor_ iTnuhmell, has issued a, part-we realized this some time Today
r t ago.
,:. : ; --at. Promptly to. .
all Flori-
: w--o------ ettles our stock is positively complete in its
., .'r' dians, who are able to do so. to join : PHONE 629 reservinR
; > , The, ',Clearwater;Sun,heads its war the ,buy-a-bale-of-cotton, club. He I 106 Court Street, : assortment. Our goods are thoroughly
I. sews,'HSomebody, 'Has'Lied,*' and then .
-"' ]might also recommend:the formationof shrunk. Our Blues
:priBts'eomlicting' ) .statements from I dubs for the buying of a barrel of I OftLANBB, FL6KIBA 29 S. Oraif Avelle.r | are guarantted Indigo

r : Para Y ,and. Berlin- $igbt'just leave 1 rosin'.and.a ton of phosphate,-Ocala t2llmIliMIIIIIMIIMMMIMM and our Blacks absolutely permanent.

rotthat headxstandulg.The .. ;. J Beatr. tilllllllHIIIIIMHMM
: '
0 '

.. Orlendo.bill team-,*or at least,
our::;spring,training'team, has won 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111II11II11I11111111 t< New Ratines.

), ;'the Southern ,League r
pennant, and
dace more,. Orlando is ahead of'every \ Fresh GARDEN SEEDS New Linens

other dty:in'Florida. .. _. New Crepes.
_ 0 '!

The'prophetiof_ calamity resulting -ATSlliimilMMIiiiiiiilMilMIMimiMIIHIMMIIIIIIItl-- New Ginghams.New .
from, the'"EHope,war are.discredited '

: so 'far: as'Florida, is 'concerned, Poplins. .

and it is' gratifying' to know that I. .MctLROY'S PHARMACY New Suitings.

they: wilhbe unable to say "I told I +

Yon so.". ;1111'111111111111111I ... ", Prunella Cloths.
'. I I
I Panamas.
It is predicted ,that next summer

the.men";will' be.wearing low necked . New Cashmeres.
.shirts,'.but.it'.is safe to that ; :. -
predict . ,., ... .. .
:the ladies will not be standing on ,the : I. "" "..'

street corners waiting..for a chance to a

,1 see After_'them.this cruel'0 war is,over France .d. )-l wtlRY fOR TilE( WDDING'( ,, In LinensWe

sa Q can, .save..herself, a lot of 'worry by :'./.' ... have created a new standard of

moving, border-provided Paris. further from the the German German ; : '* ,For, the bride, countless things in Silver, Cut \ values-and a stock that stands absolutely

t border is not moved further from ,,,', .Glass and Fine China.. Rare jewels of every' de- unrivalled.
Paris as.a result of the war. scription. ..'_

--o-- For Bridesmaids. Ladies oi Honor, FJower .' Damask Linens, Table Linens, Handkerchief

At the rate the war dispatches had 'Girls' Bracelets Brooches Bar Pins La Val- '. Linens, Dress 'Linens
p the Germans retreating about a week .' ,. etc., <: ". Embroidered .
Hers, Wristlet Watches Silver Vanity Cases,' : : Linens Linen
ago,they would have reached California . Towels, Huck

s.' in a little longer, and it is fortunate -'" Purses, Card Cases, etc. . Towelling, Fancy Linens,

'E for the neutrality.of, the United For the ushers-Cuff Links.I Coat Chains, Two-,. ':;. HandkerchiefsAre

_ States:that they (the war dispaches) Pocket Chains, Full Dress Sets, Gold and.. Silver ;: .,
,stopped the retreat. '
\ Pen Knives, Pencils, etc. ; - '
o .
', ,
I ; : .t:
Crop reports ,indicate that. the ,; .
-- ': .'j: Let us help you with 'your wedding present: ; ':
American.fanner. will have $682,OOO.- : !i .y. . ; ,
r .
'000.spending money this winter. ; problems' : '. .;. _' .' ; .
; Y
Spending it will be much more pleasant : k?> : : :

than shooting some individual __- _. ,;i
against whom. you have not the : -:-' ,:., .' . =
., \'..'< ,: ,{
r i grievance. 0' : : : :: : .
J' :
0 ,. >
,. .
New York World: It is reported IVfS CO.

that. .Pullman'cars are being,ordered j
7 :'outof, ,Mexico because every minor

constitutionalist chief who has:'been

able to.commandeer -one of: them is T.H.Evansthe ;Jeweler
t riding' up'a 1d'down the railroad lines

and demoralizing> traffic. WhHe taste .s.r.. : '

=x 'for nigh life of this kind,may be said .. . FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEllllililtlllMIMIIiliHiUK

', \ ,to indicate.progressiveness, if is contrary OPPOSITE, POSTOFFICti ,

b to the plan of.Guadalupe and is v,

:' J ,,:bead to,i-Bterfere with the retarnNof EXPERT. . REPABBiG .ANJ.IIiCiJKA'OM'. : / .
I"";' "" ..peace..;.;.,.-.1.aad prosperity'. There are'not. __ : ._ }', _.'. t ,; .! :t';.,< : : -" .
\ .."... PoU&afiS to go around. '
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.' -t-...,t'oIi>!'i',)J''", ',..'.i...:"'jt" .-. '".- .' I' ',..'1..-. -. .''t;.' ,. ..WOODME,. a .*..".UNVEILING, ,. .. :".ATT. .OAK-* ,, iMMIMitllilMtlltllllMAVOfiiE DEATH OF CAPT. E. W. DUNN'I I ,C
' :4: .: :' :wADK'i LAND OCTOM. .. '" 4th r r ,
: :f; ,n:"- .r '" "t tj -. F THEATRE The death of Capt. ,E. W. Dunn, !

,TOTUNB8_ n .x...... Pr:':B. ,c..:Abernethy' has been :invited occurring shortly ;after midnight
', ,' .ADO: .:,FLA. by, the Winter" Garden. .Wood* *1 Open J.j 2, p. .m. and 6:30 p. m.js.t '' Wednesday night, brings loss both to

L f : .,. men,of:tfrtfTCerid to ,malte .the "ftJ ., R It- .Admtoftton... 5.cents relatives and to his many friends here .
(11< I V V I i .and in Sanford his been'I tt. '
yLsjVietVthe 'unveiling I .Ijome., having ; +-h .
. b ;,..Ur&. F.. It;;'',Uu left'yesierdayfor I the me..'over .the' grave, Of W. iiiMiiMiiiiimiimiiitTODAY'S at the latter place for many years. r _:

, 'Bingo, Ga,wbPe, she' .wilt. spud. -. ,seetame. J4'X-adson, of Oakland,'who is buried He and Mrs: Dunn have been frequent -
t; '; "".. I in'the. Oakland ..cemetery. The unveiling PROGRAM, and ever-welcome' visitors in i

3-;' .,' .:I will take. place on, ,Sunday, ,Nestor. "The'Newly Weds' Dilem- Orlando at the homes of their daugh- fil
: :Mr,,D. A.,Caldwdl, of Sanford,,waS October ;4th,. and.a,large'number; ma." A comedy-melodrama, by AL ters, Mrs. John S. McEwan and.Mrs.L Gel.It It llen's"
among ,the""visitors to Orlando:yeslMr Woodmen from all' over Orange county tor Christie Ford., with Eddie Lyons. and Vic- H. Edwards, and were spendingthis 0 fil

: y., are expected to be presentDr. Victor. "A Million in Pearls." A summer at Dr. Edwards' when

'- ._Abernethy has accepted the invitation detective drama in two parts. Produced this sudden parting .came. Another .-V V
s B.' .-W.J.Goddard" of Portsmouth, i' and he js a. speaker of excellent by,Edward Warren. daughter, Mrs. C. J. Yeiser, lives in ... ,.. ,

:Ohio. is amoagvthe;,late:arrivals: at. ability and delivery<< whose Jacksonville, and- a. son, Irwin Dunn, VS: ..: .
tfee San Juan.. . '" ? services are often in'demand,'he be- INSTALLING SWITCHBOARD AT: lives here. > t
i __ ing a strong fraternal order man. SAN JUAN HOTEL Born in Princeton, N. J., in 1836, Convince YourselfSometimes '

: .Now la" a, good ,:time to'ip3t, thBlweeds : Capt. Dunn. spent most of his life

out of bUsiness-jUst:as, they ORLAND'TO OPEN OCTOBER 5th Workmen were busily engaged yesterday in the South, and won his title of it is hard for you to

'are"going to seed ......... installing the switchboard for' captain in the Confederate army,, decide what that present should be, .

j' Manager .Dean ,hopes to have all the.San Juan hotel, the placing of a having been advanced from the rankof then come into our store and let us -.
}liss'Willie;Beck ,left,yeeterday- ,the private. .
improvements completed at popular telephone in every room being one of I show you
for- ;Eustis to spend ,a,week'.with. her Orland hotel and he. ready to the improvements made at the San' The arrangements for the funeral

1*. -t.. .cle'Mr.,' Jas.4.. Rouse.. open again by October 5th. Extensive , Juan this summer. The hotel has been have not been completed, as they will II

SM ---:- improvements have I been made greatly improved and when all the await the arrival of absent relatives, V Our Jewelry '
'4 A Mr.. .C.::A. Tompkins, one"of rafflestaunch during the past few weeks and the new features are completed it will.be Mrs. McEwan expecting to reach Orlando I
and substantial citizens, was is throughout of the from South Hadley,.Mass, early -
hotel practically new one most up to date hotels in Cut Glass or Silverware. We have
a county* seat visitor,yesterday." I With the addition of sixteen rooms the state. Saturday morning. The burial will U something that will suit you, it willO
be in the Orlando
: a iMrs. just completed the Orlando now has cemetery, pay you to look before you buy, and
F.N.Boardman,who has beenvisiting'NeWYorFindBaltimerefcr -forty rooms, all of which have hot ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY' OPENS you will be under no obligation to us.
: and'cold water,and thirty with connecting :MONDAYAn
some weeks, returned home last nightS baths The most, noticeable THE WHITE FLY IN THE AIR

S. improvement is, in the office, which event of-no little interest in O AHenftCoJewelers
J.. H.. HcCnllough is spending The white fly is in the
." . swill be ,on the ground floor and will educational circles scheduled for next orange
t todafr,in Jacksonville;'having gone upyesterday )be handsomely finished with beaver Monday is the opening of St. Joseph'sAcademy. groves in great numbers. On accountof
OD.the:41.Atlantic CoastLine the drouth the pest flourished in
board, 'It will be a large'room and This excellent institution
the finishing will'.make it hand the absence of the fungus which can
very of learning, conducted by the Sistersof
---"', spread only where there are frequent D.
,The dining being redecorated
( some. room -
the Catholic church, is .one of this
',.:.Mr. :H.. L. Bee&an left yesterday throughout and will be section's best schools and it will begin rains. Now that the rains are here I ,Reliable RepairingHMMMIHHMMMMMIIMMtg .
for:Atlanta,'Ga., to look'after importent more attractive than ever. this fungus, which destroys the eggs \ .. -. .
the school next week under
' :: business interests.. He will return year of the fly, is doing its work rapidlyand
.the most favorable circumstances a
.:Sunday C. B. Nye, well known buyer of much larger atetndance than ever -before will soon clean up this pest that
:_ citrus fruits, and W.. A. 'Lane., .both being expected. has become a nuisance all over the
'r Miss Schfll,'the expert milliner with of ,Orlando" ,.were in' the.city yesterday orange belt, sapping the vitality of II ,>
:Yo 'euD ckwortJs, 'returned'ye ter-' '',on business. In the afternoon the trees, leaving a smut on the 11Polish
S from avisit'to'New York Philadelphia ORLANDO 2; WINTER PARK 0 fruit-Volusia County Record.In .
day .- .- they went to St. Petersburg to at- young
,and".Boston. ,tend,'to ,important, matters.-Tampa this section, Schnaar's Insecti .
.*.ft '__ .. I Tribune.Mr. The ball game between Winter Park cide is used with excellent results. 01:11i
Mr.:.J.:.A.'Rouse.and wife'returned and ,Orlando'at the fair grounds yesterday .'

"t'4'Eustis yesterday after a two' weeks .,Charlie Baker, Jr., of Zellwood, afternoon was ended at the ."THE SCALES OF JUSTICE" AT
a, fco&eymeon:trip :spent in. St: Petersburg leaves today to reenter Trinity ,College close of the sixth inning by the heavy THE GRAND TODAY

;, ,:Tampa-and Orlando.. Hartford, Conn. His sister,Miss downpour of rain, the score being i The fourth production- of the great
s J'Mr ----. Pleasaunce Baker, was abroad when zero for the visitors and two for the "Paramount Pictures Program" will r

?;.C.;D. Christ and song Master' the war began and has. recently arrived : home team The game was a goodone be shown at the Grand today." i
Abbott Christ returned last as far as it went, and the players '"The Scales of Justice, the famous -
George ,
. . : ,at,home after: some trying. experiences drama of love, duty and the law.
'aight'from 'Oore town, N.. J., where in leaving Europe. and fans were very much disappointed Daniel Frohman presents Paul McAl- Your Silver
:they, spent.a delightful summer,:with I at its early ending. lister in this strong production which
,i ativer ,' Old'Jupiter Pluvius evidently has it proves that love is greater than the
I Orlando
The basbet ball team was
law and stronger than death. The
Wrights Cream ElectroSilicon.
I Il
in for the Orlando and Winter Park
,) I very much disappointed last night at drama of a district attorney, who
<, 'Mr, and Mrs. F.'II',A. ScrnggsMesata.tMarioaiIve I the_scant attendance to see the game teams, having broken up several throws honor, ,position and duty'' in
i :i Artier and Henry"YowU with Sanford.. It.was a fine game games between them this season. As the scales against a woman's love. w
who i have beeni combining buelneM.with . !. an irrigation proposition the It is needless to speak of the mer-
. -. .. and deserved a big crowd. It costs its of the "Paramount Pictures." Ask
.;t pleasure in'New' York city. ,'willritreiil money to bring other teams to Or. ment of a game between these two those who have witnessed the previous Pick Your Teeth

,, .1/ home, today... ,' land and: the fans should by ,all teams beats all other methods ever productions. Again we say to
U', tried. you, your eyes, is your,market.iK ."
I means encourage the home team with ,
t. '. ":Mrrand. =;Mrs.- Eugene Duckworth their'presence.' >> ; With the Gold Medal ToothpicksPotted
'wd, Ve r .\"wrea'are.. emjoyagjlife" at 1Mr. ORLANDO DEFEATS SANFORDIn Eat Eat:what all you son want.,want.,

;;'3aaytona-by-tbe-Sep- Theiare,catchfcg ; T. W. ,Duane, a leading marketman -' Take a postscript and forget it.
,,3; 'lots'of fee fish and are delighted. V of DeLand, spent yesterdayin a very ,prettily contested game For sale by,all druggists.
> witk" 1.7-d&w lyr Plants Cot Flowers Funeral
:) T3 the exceHe&t' '- bathmg.H. ., this, section looking it over 'witha of basket bull last night, the Orlando ,
i* t- : <- ,,: 'view: of engaging.in the same.!kind team defeated' the team from San- T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed: Plumber. Designs Wedding Decorations.
';-, .Paul, BorgMS' ,,fibs clew .repre'i1iatatiW. I of business, but when asked at the ford; ,score 28 to 26. The downpourof i Conscientious work 'at fair prices.

.;. ."f',.. el.... :Park. .*., .''DaviS ,ft',;Co.. ; depot,as_he was taking his departure .rain early in the evening made the I Phone 629. 106 Court St 8-23-tf
,whekak druggists i :New,'York 'was
;; ( for'home as to what his observationswere attendance small
'" 'i.'ii..,.Orkado_. q .yesterday, :.calling, oil:',the S ,'said,he found,the business here The line-up of the Sanford team CAKE SALE THE SANITARY GROCERY ,
trade"ad.\gliegt ,frlel. .de.. thoroughly covered. A wise decision. was as ''follows: Gilbert, center; '
Circle No. I of the
I} \ K ,J -7Mr ,- Washburn, left forward; Herring, PresbyterianLadies' CARUTHERS & GORE .
: : ;;;' '. ;; Aid Society will hold a cake
,. : John,A.- .Sit a former well
That this, section of the state willS right forward; Routh, right guard; Phone 2006&8E.Pine
sale at the Yowell-Duckworth
known cJtuea :
j : :of,Orange county, but be visited by a larger:crowd this fall Raynor, left guard. Orlando team:
.' .S nbwrnaking his home at Lake.Alfred than. ever.'before already c Moore;,center,,relieved.in second hal' o'clock.Saturday afternoon, beginning at 4 S StreettllMIIMimilM

:IB;'PolkcountywI _among;'the'wel Letters from.all points are rtain.1 by Saulsbury; Sanford Morton, right: R I R

1--:; .Ti.. .. .tsirsinOrlando, ;yesterday. *. the'Sentinel asking about!houses and I forward; Ray Chapman, left forward: -- --

."'Mr f"!!E.': D.:M.'-"Perkins-'- ,.one (Pine rooms ery'incoming and accommodations train brings,a etc.numberof 'Ev- guard.Hyer, ,right Chittenden guard;;, referee Rodenbaugh, and,Rod-left II I,:I I:I:I I::" '11'11111111' I:::::'::1:II::: :::::::::::::mm

:Castte's ::'ei eseefisftt: d&e&s:.and proatfehants - people and it won't be long now enbaugh, umpire.The f

F :give was (a; 'business until the season o_f hustling activityis game was hotly contested aU

i isitaj"to, Oriaado, yesterday.- He upon us. the way through, and the features .. I
'c Made" 'rtke :SeB&eT. :''.an. appreciated were,the throwing of Morton for Or .j.: :
't \
:"eilL,, ;it '. Several of our young people' who lando and Washburn for Sanford.A ?
}t are. to ,attend school, elsewhere will return game will be played in ..
: ..._ .
: j.
.Mr. C A.. former well h
Carpenter leave Orlando. Sunday. Misses Elbeth Sanford October 2nd.T. .
t "
-IffiOwncitiMn;of this' place,:but'now Mulholland, ,Dorothy ,Slemons and V'Y. ;

.:J makisg-- ": 'Jadaeavflle" - ,his 'headquarters Minna.Harris.go to the State Normalat F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. We have just received from
'f r' i rpest,yesterday.in Orlando look Tallahassee, where Miss Mulhol- Conscientious work at fair prices.
:tfter 'the interests of the Sea- Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf
:mg. ': > land wiH include a course in kinder-

,-[' Hard*- \ ;Air"IJne.- ._ garten work in, her studies. Frank Eat all you want. the factory a fresh lot of 30x3 1-2 ,:
'i-- Holland and Gilbert Lee leave to enter Eat what you want. .
T.. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. Take a postscript and forget it.. .
Florida at .
the of
'Cowtioue 'work',at fair prices. University '
.. For sale by all druggists. skid Goodrich Casings which
:;. ,P'aoBO:. -\629.' 106 Court" St. 8-23-tf Gainesville s ; 14- &w-ln non ,

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:laita Ga*;"who.'co eked work for is last Monday

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: la Circuit Court Tth Judicial area Orange
'''Upon;, two. i'.or':tlree-oeaaioae.4ite_ >; ; -I County, Florida.' 't

'" ? this 1 d has:'been asked ; .' {f. Odessa- Carland.
.ly partMt 7et ft. Divorce !
f to-same ;.-bestWeed'at: '.hogs to t'. ,MUN Paul Carland ., "'
..... ,IM. Waadnd. >.r ea* lacBs To Paul Carland *: c
5' raise ;m Florida;? '.Tb rc. has' been' .. ale-1 fee oils .esW..160 far .. It appears from the affidavit of the complainant M f N\if? L i
far feM 44. n.08'fit eM > s fIr herein duly filed, that the defendant
cede diflcasaon erf;thlaquesin tea or !

is a non-resident of the State of Florid
U. wr" or"Iasi lfsaey asst q
tion,' the paetiellse' favoriag:onelased that be fa over the age of twenty-one yean A
the::adwrtbesataa. f er th .eoham. a* M and that be resides at Nenorri. North Carolina. :
and some.ate. ,Certain.hog irsriMns,t8l M sods ea asdlt ., '
You are therefore ordered to appear to this
.rakers. ,have' claim*! tkat a cross between WANTED. -A good second hand au Bill oa Monday the 6th day of October. 1914 1
a the Dwoc-Jersey, or tfee Berkahire ;i ': tomobile =no "jonkheap. 'the same being a Rule day of this Court. ORLANDO
; SoutApply S fa farther ordered that this notice be
,aad the:Batnre"bog,ia.the,beat I Magnolia House,' corner i published for four consecutive weeks ia the
... '8iItiDr :.er Mtiti U' Boone streets, between. 5 and 6 o'clock. South Florida Sentinel a newspaper published
n ":. JIe m. ,Ott In Orange County Florida.
R ; ..It. ap eaft> ,however,to the. bzwtewho Witness my hand and'. da11a1 this, September -

': '- ,give' tiea -tter-' ;proper conaderatiofi WANTED:.At the Sentinel good .2, Wt B. )(. ROBINSON. Royal Cent Afjtile Plaster aid Perfection Lime,

: :'pare' breed; hog .of boy. Clerk Ctocvfc Court By,M.Orange A. HOWARD County. Florida.C.J. ,, ,

>',: :' some. ',cues"r: : I ,afcoalf ,excel. .in For sale :cheap, a new feather bed. A ROWE.
SoL for Coaplt
Florida aa is the case ia other states.In .
Call 312 E. South St 9-12 1
Y : such great: hog;raisu*',states as FATING AND CURBING ORDINANCE

' ;Iowa-'the Poland;:China.:leads' largely FOR hand sewing StaieiMBt of the CeoditioB ef the
'SALE-Seeond provide
r Aa Ordinance to for the paving and
auaetJa&t'bre8dJ. the beet
adapt, Biaehinet; drop head Singers rota. eurWng certain streets ia the City of Orlando.
ed to-the climate, feed'tad other eon- rr White, rotary, StanfiroVNew Be it Ordained by the City Couacfl of the

dido s. and 'bekg-'so.' adapted it' isthe'most Hone, ,and ,other makWiD be Beetiea City of L Orlaado That the: following' aimed streets Orlando Bank & Trust Co.

-.fer10ft gold clwap for cuJa'thia month. Call lhall be paved with brick of the width .peel,
' y' profitable hog. at Singer Office, or phoae 821. C. B. fled for each street and shall be curbed with 1 0rJaHe, FJa. ti
r, farmer to;;raise. may, ages 8-11-tf concrete curb fear by fourteen inchea. sAt

4 2 So:-far aa the writer' baa_observed --- North to Colonial Orange Drive Avenue,--from fill in WashingtonStreet with brick the Close of Easiness June 30th,1914.

the,Doroc-Jersey ,is moat. profitablehog' FOR SALE Guavas, window sash, average width of 14 feet
North Orange Arenas Colonial Drive to
oak woOd.
doors and RESOURCES.
single pine
for, the Sooth and while there
F. A. the eonaeetkm with Lake Ivanhoe Boulevard
: Call at 735 N. Orange avenue. extension of North Orange Avenue 89 feet
:' may .be seae advantage> in cio ing Lewter. 9-16-6t Lake Ivanhoe Boulevard extension of North Leans and Discounts ._. .". $379,514 36
with the:native hog in sections Avenue to city limits IS feet
breed Orang
South Orange Avenue, from end of brickat S OrDfafts i. .. .. .,, w.. . . $22 34
FOR 4 h. .
SALE One cylinder, p.
.where, .. the, animals. must'range Phillips Garage to Lucerne Circle, fill ia Stocks and Beads
,_ : Excelsior motorcycle, 1913 model, ,. .,' ..,......., 26)118 33
'considerable territory for their with, brick of average width of 14 feetSouth
over in first class condition. Cheap for Orange Avenue from Lucerne Circle Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures 26,637 37
',. feed.because of lack of sufficient good cash.. Apply at 306 West Concon to Gore Avenue 18 feet Cash ea Hand and Dee from Banks 291,39348LIABILITIES.
South Avenue
Gore Avenue from Orange
the 9-16-6t .
for them ,
forage! grown : avenue. to Kuhl Avenue 24 feet
hog must eventually triumph. Kuhl Avenue from Gore Avenue to Southern '
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FOR SALE-A good sound heavy city limit 20 feet $724,185 88
That the Duroc-Jersey is a.'good horse. Apply at the Sentinel Central Avenue front Atlantic Coast Line
,t hog:ia' quite generally admitted and I I Railroad 14 feet to Garland Street fin ia with brick .

there is:no question as, to his being FORRWT Central Avenue from Garland Street to Capital Stock . . . . ..,. .. f. . . . . . . $100,000 00,

adapted.to, Warm climates. Perhaps i.'Western Central city Avenue limits from 30 feet Main Street to West Srapias and Undivided Profits .. . . . . . .: . 39,961 35

the following description of his.good FOR'RENT Beautiful dwelling withgarage : Street fill in with brick of width of 14 feet Re-Dfecottts" . . . . . . .,. . . . . . . . None
Central Avenue from West Street to Sum-
qualities by:Geo.:W.'Bolds, in' Modern ; elegantly furnished; on' merlin Street 24 feet BiDs Payable . . . . .., . . . . . ... . . . Nose
#r' :Tanning will serveto, give our readers Lake 8-27-tf Lucerne. Jas. A. KnOx. I r Lucerne Robinson Circle Avenue entire from circle.railroad 18 feet Orange 'Depofiks . . . . . . . . . . .i. . . . .. 582, 6947

,' a clear idea of why.many experi- .I Avenue U feet DIe to Banks . . ... . . .. . . .. . . . . . 1,55506
think 'is best I. Robinson Avenue .from Orange Avenue to '
k eaced:breeders : he the TORRENT I East Street 24 feet '

,hog'for:Florida: Fourteen room house; modern, up- I Magnolia Avenue from Robinson Avenue to $724,185 88 /

n.htye; tried the purebred hog 'to-date; partly furnished; on Lucerne :Colonial Drive Street 24 from feetHughey 'central Avenue to

With tha-Ber'k5biresr: Poland Circle ,with garden,. fruit and flow American Street. 24 feet Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . . $291,383 48

1; 'Chinaa business,=Yorkihiree, 'and Daroc-Jerseys ers. tI. P. WatkiD& 7-30-d&w-tf.. Washington Main Street Street from full Confederate width of present Monument road to Reserve required by Law . . . . . . . 116,533 89

'' : :; ';: : : from ,experience way. Washington Street to Robinson Avenue ti-" .
aiMihad ,aiait
to. '
: ,. RENT Two ofttee iaoariltere 24 feetMain .'
: from Jackson to Lucerne Reserve in Excess of Ami Required by Law $174,859 59
'. ;,that; .; tie" Daroc-Jersey, ws ,$6 hog :at Na,S V.Chireh ftreet \Circle, 24 Street feet Street

":,.,"'- :for:.me to, stay with.'at,all' times, as CeaMinandwe-wii- skew you. Pierce I\ Main Street from"Jackson Street to Church Deposits OH Jane 3Q, 1913 . u. . . . . $527,758 01 ,
;.. he is;the' hog:for,the, poor man asjwllai Eketric Qo. S-II-U \full West width.Street Central Avenue to Anderson. Deposits on June 36,1914INCREASE . . . . . . . 582,869 49

"S the rich. :He fo the hog.that I Street 24 fatAnderson rt. I -

-, ,Win'taket: ee. of:cane'and cotton I ScZLANBOUS- Street Street 24 feet from West Street to DeLaney t . . . . . . . . . $54,911 48
for feetJackson
Sore Avenue 24
can keep any" place_with.'a ,26-inch BOARD AND ROOMS-House; newly r Street from Orange Avenue to the The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust (Co. endeavors
,furnished and remodeled. North I Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, full width of .
high feace; be'is-a hog that is very ern cooking. '$5 and $6 per week. I present roadway. to persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in it?

,gentle::,andcan: 'be',handled. by chfl- Excellent. location.. ,Magnolia House, South Street from Orange Avenue to Atlantic treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
i Coast Line Railroad full width of
r Vii;.he is, the, 'hog that'will farrow- corner South and Boone,streets. Mrs. roadway. present Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and

,f "awf'raiie moregWrpiga; ,,than" anyother' tfaxie Lewis, manager.:, 9-4-lm I I Lake Anderson Street Street 24 feet from DeLaney Street.. to safely conducted bank are cordially invited.

: ' breed/'kaowu., ,he is the hog + Lake Street from Anderson Street to .Palmer -,
', : FOR SALE-A No. 1, saddle mare, Street. 24 feet
that "iI. considered the -best rustler buggy horse.: Address, care Concord Avenue from Magnolia Avenue to : ::utn 111111 1 UI I mtnhIfluuznwnznwtIflmmmmmnnuzwnnu
or '
: in :..condition ,on the Trenton Street 24 feet
-and;stays ,:good Wright's, Box 667. 9- -tf Hillerest Avenue from Magnolia Avenueto
.smalleat: amount' of"feed; ,he is the Broadway 24 feet

:korthat, "can 'mod, the, i.. heat of the. NANCY HALL and,Porto"Rico' sweet Boone Street from Church Street to South DYNAMITING done in all its branch WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ? I
', ,, \ potato slips at $L75 per 1,060. Street full width of present roadway. .
Southern cUaate..tnot. have.a'pool Boone Street from South Street to Irvine es. Clearing land is our specialty.Let .
Qwet-cliliftl '. Cash; Apopka Plant
) .
feet. ,
:to swin"m: 'to:survive; he.fa:the bandy COvApepkaFIa. 6-24-tf Street Marks 20 Street from Orange Avenue to Lake- us do your work. Estimates FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE r UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

4 .hoethit:! will stand more punishment view Avenue, 24 feet; Lakeview Avenue from. cheerfully given. L N. Lewis406S. FOR WOMEN
Marks Street to Lake Iv&nhoe. 18 feet. GAINESVILLE:
than 'any Other You 'can' fatten him '. Who"is your paiater.and. decorator Church Street from Garland Street to Par- East street 714-lmo

,aad ;can' grow .him If yen are ntwfied keep the ene yen ramore Street 24 feet TALLAHASSEE. -
it1 you
any age, ban if' not phone W. T. Entrican, Church Street from Main to West Street College of Arts and Sciences;Normal School;
: th"'our ; ,
in & to seven, a th .o d; Ke. ... .1=;$0 tf fill in with brick. School of Music; School of Expression;
Will American Street from Atlantic Coast Line School of Art: Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts
native_ grasses;bore,: BO"h : command Railroad to Lucerne Circle 24 feet School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming ,,Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers:
,a frame to take on fat at,the BILL TO. KEMOVE,.CLOUD. Adopted September 1. 1914. ne aeracooORLANDO pool; bask,it ball and tennis courts mew and College Experiment Station; Extension Division
"; one-half: 'threle E. F. SPERRY.Mayor. modern buildings; beautiful campus;. dormitories ; Graduate School Ten new brick build
-S St :rate 'of ,two and to 11'- Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit have all modem conveniences; new ings, besides gymnasium, swimming pool and
; 7. ,pounds.per 'day,anil at nine;months Orange County. In Chancery.J. Attest: CARL JANSEN.Clerk. FLORIDA dining room and kitchen moat hygienic in ;ran, subsidiary buQdings. 61 officers, Instructors
: J Florida 418 ladies from 49 unties .
i ; young and assistant S54
young men
H. ,Queal
,.:' ,; ,old should ill27S'.to:,300 'pounds.Hejis vs. Bin to Remove Cloud (Formerly known M Pefl-dark School) and 12 states last session. 47 Florida counties and 24 States and

the. ,/hog. ;'she'..'butcher wants: ; AD claiming unknown interest parties NOTICE OF ELECTION' IEOPENS 8CTOIER 7 School TUITION Board FREE and in entrance College fees and for Normal the foreign TUITION countries FREE last, Board session.and Entrance Fees.

;'theihog. ,;the>:p ckwants;:and the under Britton Dixon year 12400. For catalogue write 113150 per year. Write today for catalogue
To the Sheriff of Orange County,' of the EDWARD CONRADL President A. A. MURPHBEE.; President
t the ,farmer and feeder' wants, eceued. A Boarding and Day School for Girls-
hog i To aQ parties claiming interests under Brit- State. of Florida: Regular and Special Cwses-Prisaary, .
d :M"ne\wmvbringsthe"qoicket. returns. I ton .Dixon. deceased,'. in the Southeast Be it Known That L H. CLAY CRAW- Intermediate and Academic Grades- I
/I FORD, Secretary of State of the State. of WOOD FOR SALE
S "'" f. the Quarter of Section 32 in Township 2, Mssie-Art-Eloestien-Pbysial Culture FOR SALE
: fottH';! feed heconsames.and.c South. Range, Ii East ia Orange County, Florida, do hereby give notice that a -Domestic Sdnaee-AtbIlr Situation
b Florida.. GENERAL ELECTION and Somnmfinn-Ornate Htalthful I.I Nursery stock, ene, two, three and
srpol ;
? Yon are hereby ordered to appear to the Will be held in Orange County. State of Careful Home Life Capable Teachers- For the month of August I will four year old buds Foster
; Early
If.theDttroc-Jerseyhogisnotthe Florida on Tuesday next succeeding the first ,
.December 7, 1914.at .
bill flIed in this cause on Law Bates.
s Monday in Novmber A. .D. 1914, the said sell, at my farm, pine at 85 cents per Java
the'Court House in Orlando Florida. Pineapple, Homosassa Was
the -
,f> all, ma
hog ,
molt" practical It is farther ordered that this order be Tuesday being the Rev. Roderick P. Cobb, Bishop Mann strand, and oak at $1.00; also some
jority=: of tie:farmers in the United published once a'week for twelve successive THIRD DAY OF NOVEMBER Rector. President saw logs cheap. A. S. Hodges, R. 1, ington Nav eL Address Mrs. M.KaUct
For United .
weeks prior to said December 7, 1914. in the States'Senator from the State of Orlando. 7-30-lm Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-IS-tf
regarding .
States:are: surely'very.igdorant' Florida, for six years from March 4, i915.
South Florida Sentinel; a'; newspaper published .
For Representative from the Fourth CunTessional
,the;most profitable! .bree4\.tO in Orange County aforesaid. District of the State of :Florida ta

'raise, as 'statistics:show'us.that marketed' overt Circuit.Witness D.1914.Court my hind this and.4tH the day seal of of September.A. the said. the States.Sixty-fourth Congress of the United ilMIIIIIIIMUItfjtlimi.ilHlitin\\\"MIMMMtlUnHI " \\\,\\,\\\\\\ \,\

sixty'per cent of 'all hogs For Commissioner of Agriculture of the I

jtf the United< Staes, at our different Clerk 'Circuit' Court B.x.<
.' :markers, ,are either::Duroc-Jersey or '.- the State of Florida; &1mFAwftet
For Two Railroad Commissioners of the
cr Ssed.'S\1ch' that, /the Duroc blood' State of Florida. a .
For Two Members of the House of Representatives *
:' t predominates. $1.25'Excursion of the State of Florida..
"fyou:;can,get as fine: and ,delicious For Sheriff.

= cuts from a Duroc hog as you can For County Assessor. of Taxes I
r For Tax Collector.For I Were r
'any other,'and.besides ,that is not all, County Treasurer.For They to
FIn County Commissioners.For
,for the whole.bog is of the very best Three Members of the County Boardof

'asta pork proposi on.' 'You can:get Public Instruction.For .
Justice of the Peace In and for the following I _
r ";! .yc&r bacon,with, .your. 'three streaks Justice Districts viz: I Ii -
of'lean and' you-,can.get your choicehams i, No.No. 15.14. I I -

';and' ,shoulders, and after all No. ZOo 'be Married Soon
TO No. 22.
will of lard
.- tbs'you get:more pounds For Constable in and for the following Ius1 1
.than other hog,known.He tics Districts viz: ,
to, -weight ' No. 2. l t _
{ ;t.is not the"hog of;few good.quali No. 3.

',ties--every inch of.him'can be.worked TAMPASept. No.No. 10.14. ..' > ::::--, '. -"--'*, -. Came to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of

'. ,to the 'beet ,re8ults."- ..Florida No.No.: 20.15. / .. four or five rooms. They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable*

Farmer" a1 d'Homese -or.hKERTON No. 2%. yet the amounfoi. money which they had available for the furnishing of their
"_ In Testimony Whereof. I have here into
i Sabna S t. 19th let my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the home made expepsive peices prohibitive. t
State of ,
BURNED Florida
WISE at Tallahassee the Capital
'. r' DIRECT TO:GERMANY: this the twenty-fourth day of August A. D. They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock. +
''tv( ; --' ' ... 914.(L. S.) H. CLAY CRAWFORD. We offered a few suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were

*- ', .. \ Secretary of State. much with what had and took memorandums of what
. 'z ;;!Tueteten, N.Jy'S t.1 .-The big '... VIA' Eod'MltI1t ; To J. F. Gordon, Sheriff Orange Coant7.s.:9t.cL ." pleased they seen they

-1 .wireless station,here, 'one of;the twopfents thought they should want.

> in the.United States in direct s, .MASTER'S SALE After looking around_ in other stores to make sure that they were doing

.touch with' Germany was closed toy C&st t tine Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure I the best possible with their appropriation they'came back and placed) their order

and sale, rendered by the Honorable with '
. : lames W. Perkins, Judge of the Seventh Judicial us.This
N in
{ "Lient:Fetixx.: Gygax, ,U S., !!. Circuit of the State of Florida, sitting is typical example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are

c'ae.1ater,said .one of,.the generators In Chancery for Orange County in a certain
" had burned but He said.. therewas The Standard Railroad of the South cause pending in said Court wherein The pleasing.We
State Bank of Orlando a corporation Is
extensive stock of serviceable attractive
:no.evidence of .any tampering complainant I and Willet Groover and Irma I IJI. carry an homefurnishings

with'the machinery. Special' as L Special Groover Master are defendants in Chancery, the undersigned will sell tothe I grading from the lowest,priced which are good, to the very best. Your appropriation -

\The station;is,out of.operation for: Train highest bidder for cash in front of the for furnishing'your hcme may be anything from 175 toiccoor more
I Court House door in Florida 1
'week Orlando during :
.an indefinite'period' possibly a 'f the legal hours of sale on I -you can make the most of it with us.

of:more.h Win tare Orltedo at 7.43 UIL, and MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7. 1914. I "
the mortgaged property referred to in said 1
Y .-' ---, returning Will leare Tampa 5. 0.pjn. ecree, to-wit:
DEPORTS ON JAPE IN GERMANYWashbgtonjSept The northwest Quarter of the ..southwestquarter
: of section ten (10), township twentyy -
({ : :ji. .-The, 'Jap- For information call on--Ticket: Agent- (22) south of range twenty-nine (29) east, H
Jess one acre square in,the northwest corner: Kincaid, & Snowden
ahese embassy was informed ,today or thereof,' situate, lying and being in the County

by the:state: department, which inquired 1 of I Orange and State of Florida. Terms cash.
: J. G. KRKLAND D.'P. A. Purchaser to pay for titles. _
:about fifty Japeaese'sapposedter : : FRANK A.,SMITH. \ ''

have. .been.in.Germany,at the,outbreak Tampa ,itori&u. . Special Vaster'b Chancery
r A -<' Ctaader PricesCor.
of these.j&aed i Massey Wariow. Fore of Popular
that twelve
- of. the war, : Solicitors for Complainant )
ire tiv'''DOW in, GenuaYj Try, tl e Sentinel for.all kinds 'The sale is continued from September 7.. ,
1 .. -,< 191.'to October'(, 1914. '
;- : Tamaki: : of Prat L.,. :Main andJPinelSts. Orlando Florida
.Ajuoag tliem ,was: uur&j .: ,

;;. ..-.of.'the Japaaeaeopen:sing-,I : -' ,", Don't neglect.to take a look at tine : : , .
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: f cw: ': OAKLAND: ,MODEL 37 TOURING CAR, $1285.00, DELIVERED

"., : .. : Stylish, comfortable, pleasure car, seating five passengers
i\_ < '7f'fifli4.us'tuRbY; : AS 'THE1 DAB{" I '* : : with room to spare. The'graceful, low "NEW OAK-
n ,_. ", .... . : ,, "
o 1 !'< < - '''' '- LAND, stream line body, the German silver V shaped

_f-- mlii"& :ye*. :U KG t THINGS,':for the:Oakland/the ""NEV OAKLAND''Wa : ' '1.L' t radiator, the heavy crown' fenders and the broad run
f ,. ning boards, give it beauty and style unsurpased even in
; ft : . l&r .v ,.'. ::( t.a year,_|n.advance:of all others .' : 1.' the highest priced cars. The "NEW OAKLAND," Model
j J1. JTF '.
U '' ti 37, is a unity of beauty, power, economy and service-
:w-Beauty: :A); More,Power ,X 'Greater Economy X. Utmost Comfort : s._. a S a car you will be proud to drive alongside of the best of
them and enjoy the comparison.

tf O O m The four cylinder, silent Oakland-Northway motor

: .. provides more power than you will ever need; marked
: + economy in fuel consumption has been accomplished by

'. j ..., -. 1'.;,, ".... .. "t>:1)1 "! reducing the weight of the car'and equipping it with the Oakland-Stewart vacuum gaso
r, .t. : lene feed, doing away with the pressure system.

.' .. The low construction of the car without decreasing the road clearance adds to the

.. safety, comfort and joy of riding. Fully equipped with Standard, Delco Starting t.

Lighting, and Ignition system, with automatic spark advance, Non-skid tires in rear, '

: Yyr ... Oakland One-man top, absolutely true to name, Heavy Crown Fenders, extra large
;valves, Tungsten steel, divid Windshield, Speedometer, Electric Horn, operated from

r .. center of steering wheel, Headlights with dimmer, Shroud light, Tail light, Tools,
.. License Tag Brackets, in fact, every modern improvement and convenience for the com
.. fort and safety of the driver and passengers.
I Watch for our light six adds, also roadsters and speedsters. Prices from $1150 to
/iE7illllrr4/iO %vow. lyff : $1775.

I11i1YW i'3'C ,
J. B. MAGRUDER Distributers Oakland

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rt .TAFT;,ITEMS turned last week from Henderson REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY H. _. MIMIMiMiMlliillim -....';;.

... {i _,.-..' ". ale,:N.. C, having had-an enjoyable C. ,McDANIEL IMiilll "t
':Taft,','..r.ySept: i ;,1&:-Business' on trip and,deriving much benefit from

'the A. C.. L.,. t be Matatiea2 it
i ,o ,
' -. :Mr. and :Mrs. W.,T. Williams visited Twenty acres on Lake Gatlin,

this that the TEN REASONS WHY
.. - I,' M we notice about 18 planted to oranges and YOU SHOULD
,with :Mrs. Williams' parents, ,Mr.
.agent has an assistant .It ia rumored fruit trees 5 old
grape years fully
and Mrs.J. P. Husband, leaving Monday ,
..that'thiSjWffl\be'a-union,depot>'the for Orange City. 1,000 boxes now on trees. If you desire '

fear fature.; ,Mr. Will Tilden's, family returned this property, will be divided COOK WITH GAS
Downin! thk neck of.the:woods from Ormond Beach on Saturday. giving two fine building sites with
think:that the ymfrimmit France,is Lake Gatlin in front overlookingthree
r They liked it so well they staid until 3
:' ".Ittti r ; in the ,war, aad especially; the duties of school called,them home. other lakes. Price for 20 acres

,'t :Paris;;'.i?:a..jMt-retr2ti J ion ,Robinson $12,000 or $6,000 for half. Nothing
.- returned
Mr. J 'C. home
':th m.I''for. :the .horrid fates,they last week.from a'three weeks visit better in Florida. Owner ,has repeatedly 1. Convenience 6. Speed -
:have sent oat for the laet"f :years refused to sell, but on; account -
with relatives at Quitman, Ga.
'. ti'l.r,;:It. ;is'hoped; ,CtW"tIt_ 'war .may:knock. of sickness he is unable to come r 7. Efficiency
> Mr: and Mrs. C.. C. Collier were 2 Comfort
;tone'coouaofl. sense.into, the fuhion'tea to Florida, live as he intended.
IS '
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maurice
: and give:them aome moral .Two U acre tracts overlooking Or- 8.
4 ideas;..with.;test,eposre" ,in 'their Sunday."' Their little launch, landO-fine, lake view, good neigh Cleanliness Safety :
' "Nora, with its removable motor, is
.L styles ;if! :> borhood, good land and splendid for '
service. 9. Perfect *
them excellent
; 'Mrs. John'BiU'retaraed homeiut; surburban homes. Price $1,000 each. 4. Simplicity Regulation!
: Misses Bessie -and Olive Michael
Friday 'af tee,a Yisit.of a feed:weeks $2,000. of
the'week Heat .
with Miss
*' spent mid Stella
K a 'with her daughter in Jackso&yflle.Mr. : 10'' acres all cleared, north tide
Ji ; and Mrs:'W.:G.'Jobs,- (For Thompson at CI rmont. They reporta'delightful Lake Ivanhoe overlooks Orlando, 5. Accessibility 10.
,visitMr. .
post,.Fbu, foamy of,BiDchau ton, splendid land and a fine home site, .
: G. G. Stockbridge,,of DeLand, .
X., Y.,,;were,;Sttfidaygwete, of. Mr.nd : : The stucco cottage on Cathcart Stone
business caller
was a i in town on Mon
:Kr:: C.:A. Toapkms on. Third block north of Eda Park, just
.. [ : - day.Oakland completed-built for comfort and convenience ," .
was represented at
: .Rev,'1!:E. Marpiy. is in Conway -:large lot, stone garage, '
the opening of the school Monday : 3. CLEANUNESS
.: JfJtoWmg'a series'of 'meetings.: Mrs. beautifully situated and will be sold '-
Murphy.is in Tampa"with. her_daaght for $6,000, good terms. 911lmUp
The Camp Fire, Girls in full t
'j. ; r,:Mrs,,\Baggtrby. force came Cleanliness. one of the greatest items in favor of the Gas Range. '
on Saturday morning Sand ,
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: :W.,G.fSphator,& ..puttingVfMa
? cleaned to date paIntIng, papering, etc.,
brightened"and the church. The ALL
: building'next' :'to 'the;postofficefwfn They have' had charge -of the work is,the kind:you want. Where to getit GAS KITCHEN is always clean and is very easily kept clean,

15.. : "'will:be tip"geod{fcTdate.news meat.for market the residents,This each week, all.summer. 'Their indus Entrican.! That's easy', phone 636. 1-20-tf W. T. because there are no kindlings or dirty fuel to litter up the floor and no

.it. Taft';as'our.meet sapply' ,has'of,, trious spirit is very commendable. ashes or waste to be carried out every day. Because there is no smoke

late;.been. i very' uaeert, iD. l
Get the news in the Sentinel first Don't wait for in town te or soot to mess things and
.Two weeki.of school-have:'passed every one up make the' kitchen look like a boiler room. .
have .Entrican, the painter, before i:
7".. ,Imder, 't:1.' ,and_ you try. Am too busy to look you Make your kitchen clean and sanitary.
.' To be convinced of the producing
we .undeiitsa& that he has..a':-,veryerderly.diligeat up. Phone 636, and I will be on the i 1

. _' ;'.school ',with:' a niceattendance power of Sentinel want adV-try one. job. 1-20-tf : COOK WITH GAS AND BE, COMFORTABLE. '

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-'.The:,;.sr yo ng:'sen::of "Mr.: .' and- .Mrs' ItliMliiMlilHIMtllliiiMIHIIMMMHIttHIMSPRAY ::1

:AUeraan:is)quite ( 3 \

ftrtao .iiifcte. toother* J. H. WATER & LIGHT CO.


wf. ;aid 'JI .; G.(;N, .G rbaanof { GAS DEPARTMENT
'Boggy Creek,.spent Smday with'Mr.

:and:Mrs. :'W/G.:spbateral'amp: .Kills everY'White Fly. Larvae, Scale, Rust :Mite

,Itise. Joee Cope and. .A14en\Spha; and Red Spider that i is hit. Removes sooty mold )4 l4IHIIHIHIIIIHIHIIIIHI IIUHI II5tHIIH I HI HiiHiiiiit.iii5

.for. agentWedneeday' ; at",the. home:ofMr. and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September " ,1,111111111111111111111111

.' .and. Mrs.. M. M., .'.Hobson; ,near Orlando .and October are two of the. best months for -
',k J N.. Aleck,'who,has'been,vis-. I spraying for White Fly and :Scale. Prevents insects GLASSES, GRIND LENSES 1>1

;Wag her'parts here'for eases time, 4 from'sapping trees all winter, and brings them AND DO ALL KINDS OF

left: Thursday- -.to;;visit.'.relatives. in out in a good, healthy condition, in the spring,' thus OPTICAL REPAHUNG $8 Charleston C and Return $8 I
!A.... ', : r insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom.
:Mr.;J.::W.;=:New+irin k" keg "

sew ,home :;on ,his homestead: lane J. ,SCHUKR & CO,. Orlafc, FIorMa.Seaman's .. VIA"Clyde :
'about',two:and(half:miles west.'oi .i 11
,:.towa. aMrs. ; Insecticide will. Hot injure the White Fly .1
N.Dtttfe k on the'sick list. FaIL 9-9 D. and W 2-M Line"
Mrs.! <;C;.A..Topkies and Mrs... w. iiiiiiiiniitiiiiiitiTHE DR. L H. RAMSDEU 1

G Sphakr;are'slowly;recovermg.; I OPTOMETRIST
.(dir..and Mrs:)(.M..Hohson fromit -
(8uceuer First Class; Meals
": to Dr. a P.OSLANBO. LiIIIII) and Berth IncludedThis
Orlando, attended,aeryieee'here .. FLORIDA
last-Senday'and:were guests of Mr .

:and:Mrs.:"A. 'J.;Richardson.C. .: JI&1".j1JI. _

\ LNeleen.took. strip over, ?to special rate good on any of the Company's

.I :Oriaado:.Monday." FOR SALEBARGAIN steamers August 22nd to October 17th
<> 'Miss Hester Hobson.,is the gaeetof ,, inclusive. -- 1
:. Date'this week. .
friends MARKET -AT A-

:Strawberry plants are going in.now I. Return Limit 10
.,:ata. lively:'rate, but the.'continued i Days f

.dryweather makes.it difficult to startthem ,Of Cleanliness S Of Quality
,' :snccessfoily..'* We wish, Taft Ships scheduled to sail from J Jacksonville every I
[;.. might be "aH under-,water"for a little Three ten acre tracts Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
; >twh>le., .FRESH AND SALT MEATS on i

'. :N.;:McKsk .is' doing. 'business in FISH AND ,GAME Orlando and Kissimmee road, :i..:

'.Orlando>today.,. ..... only two and one half miles For reservations and further i '
: ..fcr the beet attkarjr coidttioM.ImTtUaf particulars apply to t
':. ,a Arery sad.J.: A. Simms motored ,Kip from .
'. the office
: Orlando.
<' 'to Orlando Sunday and 'were, the : ecrteaU away tim the MM, aM kept fas post 11'

,L: :: :guests:"of Mr..De&niaen'at. Concord ....,.L' ,Will sell one or all. The H. G, WENZEL, Fla. Pass. Agent *
> *
': : Park. We tafHe faptfMi mi fatnatee tttirf actfe.. W. few price will double when the W.
-- 'CTtrytktef.to.the MM Lb.. brick road is laid. Other : r 1
..., small.tracts for
--- grove purposes :

.r:;.. Oakland,, FIG ,Sept 16Mr.. and The PARLOR. MARKETH. at buying values. Also
. Mrs., Hatfield'and :were"OiW1-: ' The Sentinel is the only progressive
..... ,family, desirable
,' do. .".. .,t i .. M. Self & Co. groves and city metropolitan morning paper be- OSTEOPATHYa.
MraiCarlaIloimse .
: : : :aad family left property at prices that com tween Jacksonville and Tampa. Sendit -

::a' ":Friday for their'hose k Miami PINE STREET mand attention. .to your friends by mail in Florida DR. J. C .HOWELL
'; ..:La'wre ce Sarflh is j; pttfec down:a
: Hours, IOe1
''\ },6-inch,:artesitt wefljer' Mr... a B, :Phone'is 80: and .elsewhere.To 3-5. and by appointmeat
.- Cooper No extra
..: ,tc 11ier.1\ 'i-.f! ,j' charge for house treatment ;
;, '- .. read and Sentinel "
.;Mr..S' ;F.-..W. ..* fa aJofiBC a viait, . 11_B MH nMfe AVCip. .s..Filet use "want ads. Telef&tee co&aeetionsOffke ,

"'..'. OJhiI-,biotlMr. ,"-,L' ,H.. ... ,'Tflte-- ,,..of PM..x&m; You get full value y" for your. money.; cor. Orange and Central Area.
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Iif IIttmllfIlJ REST 'j ..- : \1 Cost only a'penny a word each inser--

Mr. ;Mn.; it.-;- lira."re- -: t'i .. CM the news k ti mil Seat.. tiel.aJ.. "" ,7.'_. ...-....,...+>tMl1i. Get the news in the Sentinel first. '

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.: Fierce Battles' Have Been Rag

ing for' Several Days and MAM
e t r .. "'ii Servians Claim Satis-
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i E ,f e :US ,;THIS-ARM- -, Y- OF- ASSISTANT. .- ': i q v* ._- I'f' 1 .e.- .. :. r' : z 1'

Q ;, :Inside a State'Bank.Check-book awaits'' Paris, Sept. 17.-A Nish, Servia, This purely Orlando institution takes pleasure in '
d' "' .an .army: of'assistants.Our checks are I dispatch to the Havas agency says: presenting this excellent proof of the public approval of .
assistants "Resuming the ,offensive, the Austrians its methods. ""
? 1 the most trustworthy you can
_' ,.,'s. have for' they carry .money'in absolute I 'passed the Drina river to the i Ie"slfs Sele.kr 12,1911 4 '
s i. safety south and southwest and marched toward $333,348.68
; :
k Kroupani and Valievo (Servian ; leteslls Seltakr 12, 1913 '
; 236,142.75
V Across town or across country they. will towns about ten and thirty-five miles .
.t, gotO ,the :one person.you direct., And respectively,from the Bosnian bor- H' house tone year . $97,205.30 :
; o they come back-remember this point) der). : : 4
: 0- :. they' come back legally..receipted.An .' "On a front of more than sixty ; In every little,detail consistent with conservative I

ij miles, comprising Liubovia, Syornik, banking, we aim to please and protect our patrons, and
of trustworthychecks costs
army Losnitza and Lestiza, along the Bos- j their .
: interests as prescribed by the rules and laws
Q ::you nothing. By starting your, checking nian frontier, desperate battles have of our
;: account here,,they are'yours,to command. been fought for four days. ':: National Government and to demonstrate thru our asso- .
"The latest.news declares that the .., ciation with the Federal Reserve System, the advantages, :
'1 Orlando' situation for the Servians is favor- accommodations, security and strength alone derived by .
; :
; "!J1 e. .:State. Bank of able in spite of.desperate attacks." ;. a "National Bank," .:, ;,
i l; AEROPLANISTS FROM U.,S. ARE s "Let us prove to you that "It is a pleasure to sere ;'

4 WARNED NOT TO FLY :r you. . ; ... .... i

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:: tJ .'. Washington, Sept. 17.Aeroplanists -
in the northern part of the United
i States were warned today to be care- ti kl
'!.. :.. -. ',' < ful not to cross the border into Can-

'b ii'):FEAR.RECALL OF,TROOPS DOM transports tonight from New 'York, ada during the war. This explanation '. ", . ... .,. ... .. ....... . .... ,., .
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r :Y ACtUZ'htAYCAUETROUBLE_ Newport News and Galveston. These was issued by the state depart- .. .. ..... :. i.:.-;... .. .; :.:. .". .... .... .." ,." ... > _
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,J, transports< will bring back soldiers ment: f .. '1
and marines, the former to divisioncamp
t. { "The department has been advisedby
.iit .(CeBtiHtd from page. '1). at Galveston, and the latter: the American consul general at
in ;advised:act" It;ia .thought now, Philadelphia, New'York, Newport I Montreal that an aeroplane was recently i ) 0'i i .
News, and Pensacola. ,
fired by Canadian guards .
a tie wffl,be BO-tie baste in takiag ; ,;
while flying near the long Sault canaL -
f1? i ;:the Vew.Cna.floWwrs. and marine :awayfrom BASEBALL Federal League RESULTS This was done, the consul gen- tgftW. % ;.v,.........;.; ..':;....\J.. .-.u >j. Jt
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(d I_'. White 'Pre.d t, Wilson has said',,1 .Brooklyn 5, Indianapolis 7., eral stated, in compliance with a general .
...'.-ffthaUo s .!.ltM\Mf.tnIl] be began :from- 7, St. Louis 2. ment regarding the use of aircraft.in W. C. T. U. MEETING THE WEATHER GERMANS' ENVELOPING MOVEMENT
t B'Vera(Cruz, (baa'leaked out that;its Baltimore 3, Kansas, City 2. Canada." FAILS '
::1 :t Tae beta ant miaad;to withdraw the National League The meeting of the Woman's Christian Florida: Local thunder showers London, Sept. 17.-The Petrograd
j ee. \who'4 occupy the advance Boston 5, St..Louis L ITALIAN'MILITARY ATTACHE Temperance Union will be held Friday and probably Saturday. correspondent of the Exchange Tele-
. 'r 1'1]; ."oa.tfceftweaty-sixtl_ of this New,York 10, Cincinnati 1. QUITS BERLIN IN A HUFF in the ladies'.parlor of the Methodist graph company says:
,- ". lmea: ,.. There"ia now'talk'.of delay Brooklyn 1, Chicago 5. church this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.! MORE AMERICANS GET HOME 'In eastern Prussia all of the German -
.' .t i t11 Ocober.1Oth. ( ,or 15th.. Philadelphia 6-2, Pittsburg 3-0. Paris, Sept. 17.According to'an A full attendance is desired as there efforts to surround a portion of
..:: h ; Such delay;would obviously give an American League article in the newspaper Avanti of will be an election of officers and del- the Russians have failed."
R.'opporfoaky. :1oru.e"': evaco&tion fjY i ,Cleveland 1, Boston &. Milan the,Italian military attache has egates appointed to attend the state New York, Sept. 17.-The steamer
i _Cruz'by iaportant;Baembers"of Detroit 3, Philadelphia 8. quit Berlin because of.insulting, remarks -:and national conventions. Patria, from Marseilles, with 418 pas- FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts.
I :111'the'_Haerta>adbweate. iho.might;re- Chicago 2, New York 7, concerning the attitude of sengers, and the steamers Thessalon- Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine 9-18-tf Cas
.gard tIM B&VII,, in',personal 'danger St.: Louis 2, Washington 12. Italy in the war. made in the official Try the Sentinel for all kindsof iki and Athenai, from Piraeus, the tle.
I'uniess:.iader.,..',the American. -.flag, or. Southern League salon. Printing. Prompt service.Get latter' having 350 passengers, arrivedin ,WANTED TO SELL, or trade for t
I Atlanta 13,,;Birmingham 9. port today. Among the real estate, my five passenger
oat of Mexico. : ; passen-
Mitchell, in A. L. Beck.
f1 il .Tbe.- .war..deparjmt- *..wffl. '' .ttari". Chattanooga. '.10,.'Montgomery. 9. Get. the news in the Sentinel first the news first in the Sentinel gers were many American refugees., 9182Winiiiiiiiiiii good repair

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", Boys. T gery for School and Dress Wear. New Department on Second Floor.

,. 'Everything for the Little Men '

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

:. ::1 E :made of' sturdy ,all,wool fabrics,. in nobby new Istrenuous boy of yours. Built to resist the hardest rO

+ : ': L; Tailoring of- the very best, no skimping any wear, also a splendid line of the more dressy kind,
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4 : lined, broad shoulders, new lappels .new pockets, .

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.. Boys Hose only Dub-L-Wear made genumeMa'Ii
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' ''Ii: Boys' Trousers_ we are showing an. excellent line. co yam, the best hose made, for 250

': t ( ; We,have them m ,Blue Serges, Worsted, Cheviots,

; Cassimeres !and Corduroys, some are Linen lined, "

..' ;Jt with 'taped seamsPatent waist band, watch and hip Blouses for Boys, K. & E. Kaynee, the Standard t

: pocketsJand- belt- straps, priced from_ Blouse of the world. Look for the loop. Once adjusted

If '" \ :; 600 to' always adjusted.'Price' .
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I -K" Manly Shirts'r.for .Manly Boys K. & E Brand.
: line all the' newestand' ,
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price from . 500. to' $2.00 Look for the label Prices, 5OC toLowellDuckworth $1

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