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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: September 19, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00438
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., . Hail. Cars, Two .to t. Pine-a-Cura Building Will Be -
< LiM'k' at:Aieie as'Night, aae'Yesterday, and Sacrifice :Coaches and Three Converted Into Packing
.. ..... .., Hifctkf. ." Sleep- WILL USE PART OF CON a OF MURDER
:' W. 14Y* fcyUseless Charges'Has,(toed-RasaaBs Claim ,fc. ers Left Trade. at a TINGENT FUND fO ,DE-. House-W. A. Dade Is TRAMP KILLS SHERIFF
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Birmingham,,;AUu, .,.IS Eight Orlando is to have another big
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,, '1- n.'-:" "1 . .- ... __.. arsons were 'Wed.and fifteen: seriously S SASlIiIE Alan S OOUARS packing house and a live concern that THEN[ SHOOTS HIMSELF[ fATAllY

\\. Paris&rtJ8SPeeiaL.Big,: guns'are'todecide the.',battle injuredYnlytoday; when. ,passenger -' will actively engage in the puttingup

.':* (..of'Anne.. rlH. 'a. struw.. !"so titanic.<&,mere. numerical:. strength, even tram .No.. 2 of"the Alabama Governor Also,, Appeals to People of the large crop of oranges and Grain. Field in Which He Was

; -.\ whettrthat strength\.iicounted\In, millions, has proved,itself in- Great Southern'railroad'; was derailed : ,,to ,Contribute to Fightto grapefruit that this section has produced Hiding Caught Fire and
this and which will
''adequate:..to 2:force;j he .issue>_to'.a_ decisive result.: To"hurl. more at Livingston Klondike ATa.teh;'one'mile'west of Save Citrus Industry ' move toward year,the northern marketsin beginto Burned Him Out BeforeHe

: .l1u. .4ofthese 8"an'atoms,forward. , !.from*their, entrenched. ;positions All "of'the; dead 'were passengers. of the State a few :weeks. The Eola Packing Took His Life
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r, .kgaffiit ;:thedeadly;',Jre .of. ,rival batteries. of ,artillery has beenfoundsuicad4.elen Engineer ones received.fatalinjuriea: '- company has leased the big Pine-a-

) r. : \bt the" Germans. ,, wHose utter..disregard :for and died at a hospital The engine Tallahassee, Fla, Sept 18.-Gover- Cura building at, the Concord avenue Harvard, Neb., Sept 18.Henry
-& ::1 i :e:f'has.tieen.thewonder: : of the ,war,: r . was derailed at a'switch; swerved and! nor-Park 'Trammel today decided to crossing of the Atlantic Coast Line Trout[ a grain buyer, prominently associated

. iV.ThiF nch are rushing more big. guns to the, attack, in. an effort crashed into a.:gondola ''loaded. ,with use one thousand dollars .of the appropriation railway and it will be converted into with the business affairs of ;
-" slag which. was standing on a side 'for; the contingent, expenseS a thoroughly modern. packing house. this town, went to his office at 6 .
to:,didodgethe.Germans: ,fiom.the: entrenched: fortified positions The equipment of this big brick '
.. track.. The mail and baggage cart of the state in aiding to 'carryon o'clock this morning,and half an hour
3 :they. -. i.:-hiiaataiS- 'i, 'on' .the- heights:on.-:the...,north. side of'the Aisne, two coaches.and 'three sleepers were the work of exterminating the building with Mauld's latest machinry later was found dead, with two bullets -
despite l''.the' six:.days".of;furious,.onslaught which. continues with wrecked.. Three' other sleepers re- citrus canker. As this. ppropriation will be rushed and the plant will in his heart. Plainly he had been

,,F"\ :.{UMbated fierceness.'l .. ... mained on the'' track. is, small the assistance,can only be be ready to handle fruit about the tilled by a robber. ;

: In'this periowhich equate in duration the battle.of.'the Marne, Three of ,the sleepers left New Orleans given by the governor,curtailing other middle of October. News of the murder spread through .;
t ; at 7:30 o'clocklastTnight: attached 'expenditures usually made from The Eola ,Packing company will be Harvard. 'Sheriff Charles. S. Anderson :
:..the'- allies., ..,'. occupying, superior- positions. and-fighting. an' army .far to a :New' Orleans,& North this.fund. This the governor says he under the, general management of Mr. and his deputy, George Phillips, '

. removed :from its:bIse.has only,'been', able to ,keep,the Germans ea&tem.'trainJmd. : bound respectively will gladly do, however, in. order to W. A. Dade, who promises the best came upon 'a' tramp whose actions
';.> :iOn the; def u ie:, ::Attero ta to break through:the.i invaders',lines forNeW- York 'Cincinnati and 'Bir aid'in the,fight to check the'canker. of service and solicits the fruit of all aroused their suspicions. As they approached 1
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<{at'any"point;hive.:failed: The. German lines 'are still ,intact and mingham.. They :were coupled,'on to 'The.governor greatly 'regrets .that growers in this section. Mr. Dade the tramp began firing at :

,they, 'Have succeeded. ja: "joining Mother day in which the crown the.Alabama"Great Southern train at there are no other,state funds available has been,with Chase & Company for them with an automatic pistol.
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: ', .. Meridian Fewer than several years and is well and favorably The sheriff fell :
: 'passengers dying instantly.
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which. he has.authority to use in
,priace'8 at y may make' good. its withdrawal. -from the eastern known to a great ,
,, : ..; ,- usual were in"the sleeping cars. It is the fight to exterminate the citrus many growers Next the deputy fell, mortally
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thought that the New Orleans wounded.
sleepers canker;(but all appropriations of the J
; -( FrJfea f x::days'toe.big bstUe may even stretch into two weeks. probably were the ones that .remained state's moneys are made by the legis- the past, receiving perfect satisfac- Citizens then formed_ a>posse. Every -

i' o Thei 'are fightrng'Methodically Ddmethod: means deliberaMe on the track. lature for specific purposes and the tion at his hands. automobile in town was comman-
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:(iOui{ J '-: : the.readsaos: tfui'. ;, Y **Tfe6.train} J ft Meridianshortly'afT ,. ,. ernor.and. all, other,:state"officers .The' Eola Packing company will deered by officials and others, and i
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p ter midnight, tbirty-five minutes late. the Fairfield militia called out.
: auad\it.will take.several; : ; ; l season, and where possible will sellboth
engineer Jones was said to have been state funds except in the manner and Probably 600 persons took up the manhunt _
'nacb'j aitiolia on the line and make themselves felt: When they fruit and vegetables before they =<
T- f > : trying to make up lost,time when the for the purposes prescribed by .the and cordon was formed about -
: .(do turn loose od the German positions,they:will be depended upon train,of six sleepers, two day coaches legislature.In leave the packinghouse, insuring immediate the entire country side. }

.. by:tho French"g ral: staff "to decide, favorably great artillery and'mail and baggage cars struck the his message to the legislature and satisfactory returns to The tramp took refuge in a hay :

'duel wbich'is being:waged.Atthefirst ., Klondike switch.lMlYEDROWN. 1913, Governor TramnieU urged that the growers. field and, barricaded behind a stack, :
-" 11ri :: began to fight. He seemed to have
.sign'of a.break.in the German:front,;which'is'torn body to make a continuing appropriation I
of three'thousand dollars almost an endless supply of ammuni- J
'by the,:ale 'shells, .cavalry:will: be hurled' into the 'breach, followed WHEN to be 'available for',use in '"stampingout a year O OCALA MERCHANT[ KILLEDAND.ROBBED tion, for he fired often. In slight

:.-. . ..:"quickly! by. ;,.infantry.',' .,.. and preventing the spread.of any pauses he would reload, only to con-
OffJcUJ news Ute toiiight was confined to a statement that the STEAMERNKSCANADIAN disease or insect which threatens any tinue the fusillade. ;

: ; 'Fr> _, jro' $" __">d'slightly.,, __ "onthe" left. and_ there had been a general of our agricultural' or horticultural revolvers When any, rifles part and of his shotguns body showed were i
lull in the fighting late .the day along the whole line. interests to such an extent as to become i
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d ,'? : . Governor Trammell's regret, how KEEPER CRUSHED BY the field caught fire. The flames i
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;MONTENEGRINS,THIRTY MILES FROM BOSNIAN CAPITAL STEAMER HIT BY COLLIER the failed to make swept across the field like a huge t
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: ::" 1 ": i ,_: --' : " -. i IN ST LAWRENCE BLOW FROM THIEVES wave, but the tramp held his position .j
Rome,;Septl 18.-(Special)-A telegram.from Cettinje states the appropriation. Had the governor's until they were upon him. Then he ..?f
> recommendation been
F '.that;the Montenegrins: have:occupied Goradza, about:thirty miles Eight of Crew of Twenty Accounted there would now. be.available adopted four Two Negroes Suspected of the rose to his feet, placed his pistol to j
.from:Sarajeyo ,
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:: : ""' state funds for use in fighting the Store Which Was Seton There is no clue to his identity. ,-.
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., citrus canker and three thousand dollars -
-: 'RUSSIASIXMILLONIN' : : 'FIELD:ANyDFOUR, MILLION Lost Fire 1
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h 1 .INRESERVE: able January first next year. NOUNCED HERSELF FOR f

:London Quebec, Sept. 18.-The Canadian In addition to applying one thou- Ocala, fla., Sept. 18.-John F. Hol- WOMAN SUFFRAGE 1
Sept. 48.-(SpecjaL--An) Evening News dispatch old white '
.. lingshead, an inoffensive ---'- 1
government steamer Montmagny was sand dollars fo assist in the cam-
.... .from.Rome;reports;that; Russia, now has'.6OOOOOO'troops in theY sunk in the Lawrence river twen- paign to free.the state of the citrus man, was murdered here last night. Washington, Sept. 18.In a signed i

':rfield' and is holding 4,000,000; :more.reServe: ty-six miles from Quebec a! 5 o'clock canker, Governor Trammell is today Hollingshead kept a small store some statement made public here today
1.l "<-- --= this morning in'collision with the Dominion issuing an appeal to the public urging distance from the business center. Mrs. W..J. Bryan declared herself in ..;

; HAVE-ADVANTAGE: coal steamer-Lingan in a fog: the citizens of,Florida, especiallythose About 7 o'clock last night neighbors favor of woman suffrage. The state-
RUSSIANS; OVER ,GERMANS IN EAST Twelve of the Montmagny's complement in the citrus belt, to assist by noticed that the store was in flames. ment was made to set at rest rumors
The fire department quickly put out that Mrs. Bryan was opposed to the
j PRUSSIAN of twenty men are missing.The contributions and in ,any other ways
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the blaze on movement.
4 ... Montmagny was,'a steel twin practicable in preventing the advanceor
.wD9on" Sept 18,- (Special)The ,Reuter Telegram.
company found Hollingshead
building
screw vessel of 1,269.tons. owned by spread, and in the exterminationof
has;received:from_Petrograd official statement ,,issued ,by the the Canadian' government and em- this dangerous enemy of the fruit senseless and gagged under the coun- CROP PROSPECTS ARE GOOD 1

,. : general staff which says: "On the front in-east Prussia, General ployed by the department of marine groves which constitute so ,large a ter. His head had been crushed in
,Renn! ikamp 'has definitely arrested' the' Germarf offensive ,move-. and fisheries. She was 212 feet long part of the state's wealth. By con- with a club. Washington, Sept. 18--August wasa

.' '*meat at several:points.. ,The"Germans 'are falling back' all along and was built in 1909. At the time certed, action taken immediately the The injured man was taken to the generally favorable month for crops tin
of the Titanic 'disaster she aided in pest can doubtless be conquered and hospital, where he died a few hours the South and unfavorable in the .t
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Austrfanifroat
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pursuit continues.
enemy later. North, according to the department
\ the search for bodies. wiped out, as, only,a small territory;
4 s The.Russians have approached ,the:defensive positions of, Sin- The Lingan. is a British steamer of is yet infected. Just before the fire was discovered of agriculture's monthly bulletin' issued .t J<

'cauva; Jaroslau and.Przemysl.SKRVIANS 2,603 tons. She was last reported at neighbors saw two negroes go to the today.

-r-: "' : '. : . ._ -: Montreal September 9. GERMANY CALLS YOUTH AND store, and afterward leave, but did The result was a slight average :
'. ;'EVACUATE SOLIN'1JIE :WEATHER OLD AGE TO COLORS not try to identify them in the dark. decline in the condition of all crops, ,

t \ ----- ATTEMPT MADE TO ASSASSINATE '.. Hollingshead was seventy-two years but the prospects for this year's crops 1\\
'London J' ;:So" t.,18-An. Athensdis- RUSSIAN GOVERNOR London, Sept 18.-German military old and lived alone. It was believedby are better than last year's. .11

: patch'to.th, Tia, :says. ..that. "accordFlorida: 'Showers. Saturday. .--and OF GAUCIA... authorities occupying the territory many that he kept money in his The trend of prices paid to producers :
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toil "' '- southern" "-*** Poland store and the supposition is that rob- was downwardfi although the
ing' latiwt:.reports ;Qe Servians Sunday fresh and southeast around Kalisz, Russian I
/ have been obliged. to ifneu tt Sealin. winds. Vienna, Austria, via Rotterdam*'and have called to thecolors, all German bery furnished the motive for the average was higher on September 1
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London, 'Sept 18. there between the
-:-According ,.to a.. inhabitants ages
dispatch received -here an attempt of sixteen and forty-five, according.

.: wopkaiF oo. to StayatVera was. made ,to* assassinate .Count a dispatch-torReuter's. Many of the Shackleton Expedition Sailed
Georges Bobrinski; ,Russian governorof German'subjects fled. Some of these

,Galkm, by'a Ukranlan,who is)said; were'caught and twenty,were.hanged.A .
:Gruz; RevoltBr'P to have.been.'irritated at. the'count's !. d dispateh" to :.the,. Exchange;'Telegraph Last Night For South PoleLondon

".,.. ff i i '*,.*. .&.., } remark, .'"that. '-anti-Russkn.. agkatioa i ; company: from'"Bordeaux: .asserts -
:;' existed there. Three]revolTOtstotsfired _that Lays lessJtIWt'',sixteen yearsold.arehg

7 Vera'I: ,.Cruz.-. ,' Mer., .Sept" ..:19SecMori ,' 'Mexican .people; regarding. -the' proposed ....:. .Ofie; ,ballet' ..hitting ',the . .hdJKGerman.. . ranks.. Sept., 18. (SpeciaLSirErnest sea, a distance of 1,700 land miles. Ji
: ; . ,.than' 200 ,women, of:". wihdrawai of troops.. coent in the shoulder,. lie ftftmitentwas The'corroBpondeat' -deel+ rM.e"saw 0' Shackleton and the imperial AI
-: .;" :highest ;Mexican 'cirtka" (gaffed; in .. :--'; ; arrested :and:afterward. all:the one:WHiBdod ia, tiw; Bordeaux:.hos- trans-Arctic expedition left London NO TRUTH IN REPORT GERMANY jj

!the'.cathedral':here this morniag/and New Rerefetion: Reperted" Bfew f,' J nonses ol:' .., '.,. .. searched.CHAMP ,' .. .: pita vtett age,'wit;ffteea'yean. .and tonight, startingon:: their joornejrfd OFFERED BELGIUM ;',
'prayed that American troops ;Laredo,;?Tex' ,:Sept 18--SpeckO.) ;); f; .. ; moatitf, ttd win.:told:>hka:fiat the',South ,Pol Shackleton's latest PEACE TERMS :1''
: ; inay: notbbe''withdrawnfron' Reporta.jrf a t Bew.rmlution.lwwing ; -. ::CLA1K BtffS ,BALI OPw7s ail tadente at adtoo -,oilftee a efiterprise is. .aimed. to explore the -
> ; :: "Vera Cruz.,' thepnest'adi '&1'.tM' .':Mexican' ':"'.gk dstrength .. ;; XTTON ,... had beit awWfcW'and-!ptaeed SouP 1 r:'continent, traversed by Amsterdam, Holland, via London, 'f
; g'tfcem to draw' a petitiwj today:w',H'was :dao v. '-" .-. SlIt .... ,.- wftW -. .; : Scott..asd. other Antarctic: travelers.He Sept.- 18.The' German consul general ,
.. to tbis', ".effect' ';and,present! if to wed.tbftt at,lent tiy4e;fomer eofe-, aut' tad jIMt. ,..,. ... '. .,. intends_;to go' by way of South announces that there is no truth q

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;WA&aroma BYTES'WOUNDED. alryaian.. ;}it does not.'do to'take too ,walk-to the'carS mostly wore''slings. i ..ReeI's.s. eam' Laundry last week

11l8y. : tJi1'--- BHK*:notJeeof' ,;what;we hear.,, We THre bandaged'heads/arms; ;I unloaded a car of modern laundry Woodi Woo 1 Woo 1 I Matthews
r .Deieet ........ opeati hii:=i ww:toH.oet' :$ e:.that tH'-second:]and shoulders, kit the soldiers themselves machinery' and win open.:the damp

4....r of:: 1M LleiMtiiULNewa... .. DragooM ha ,'t. .......)rriesrafy ,! :.. :t ", t j jv. aura iao' ':.them, and they had'lost_ jimpedinto the'buses with the friskiness 14th.: Excellent Core Pine Wood Supplied -

'.' &* ........' .....,.. fiery''fe9P R-"r'J" ;... I of,schoolboys. On account of several large machines in DRAFTING.
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'BntiA ... :-"" ; i if lt:::1 UThe'Germana: like, Some, of the wounded any quantity Blueprinting and Map Work. Patent
are now ar-i irih ? were -a great, however, not:yet'aiTived, will not open office drawings, show cards, and
? J ... I big,'battering: ram,": .said another. were more seriously injured.: One his, complete laundry and, dry clean general commercial art. Perspectives
i.. "'""<.. "wa....he''eonal "They did not seem ,to mind how man lay on a stretcher, which was allowed ing until September.:28th. SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE in color or flat washes.
:the:,-,. 'Att : many:- '-were ,killed, .and'Sometimes to rest on the ground for some If you want the damp wash, phone t ROOJj'IzYowellDuckworth

Wtatio- ;, ,'-tM..'jwo.o.., ire._ ..,.alwa. 111eiW their,men,were simply thrown away.? time, and a doctor examined him'and ,654 or' drop a card. STRANDS OR MORE Building
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.,.."" J"M reitthe, ; .eeased fl&MMJT,'SOW, *' **At one place the German infantry felt his pulse.; REEL'S STEAM,LAUNDRY PHONE
.'-' ",e ad. .. "Jt'-rrn.are' : showered.. ,rfl 9n: .. filled:' the; streets: and,'were' simple) Others, toQ., weak to move much, For whites only. 4-12 2wks 54Z
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.t'..;..: .i' ti' ; ELDREDGE BARLOWTelephone
; "ir .: Jt' mown down by oar guns ;It was terrible were: lifted from stretchers into vans,
I :Twas. . tKoii, "WMo day on the :punishment. I where they were made'comfortable on # -----
_. "bndfe- : aereff.:.tliea1 & re;,'rightAe f : They have been'isufferiag'. heavfly|mattresses and, blankets,- with soft ,If you want your 'bicycle fixed in 375
: a hurry take it to Warman's
:l thick,ef;it,".,'aaid a: yeong infantaaa'ItWli9 airaloogbat.the; French are chasing j white pillows for their heads. Repair South Street, near A. C. 1.Tracks' !
": ;" { ;: .tiieMihitIg t them now, ;.and 'they. 'are getting. ,it."in I'! "Rugs were.'wrapped around them, Shop. ,125tf. ]
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-'Iiedde '';pwatog.. 'to',a Jbeadagedgafly The first Red Cross. train that arrived -I| 'with a minimum, of inconven GOOD PRINTING I 9.1-lm Insect Killer Will
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It," Tie we>it'ai ;and prodoeed First. of:all,-those-who were ''able;:to't j As a party of the wounded were printing ever to,.give as we you.'have,the a very large best plant in J Rid

tobacco: tin.'ia,',whkb,. with, a': ,few ,walk.were_assisted to, alight Whatever j being,driven through: Moorgate street with all modern machinery,
equip
eof' tobacco" ., was a ebrapnelHtrtA 'their' pain' they disguised it'by they, were heartily cheered by. a large. :very, latest in type faces. If For Sale Your house of all insects.

,)...1Iat.t ., /( .smiling, and. several )were.,smoking 'crowd business: men. i' you are' we now numbered with our cus
tomers need
!;;"We tdidslot\ 'hav. ;math' _shelter, Some had Atheir'heads enveloped in f The.flowergirls'threw their bios. you are' not, then no we introduction would 'appreciate ; U- Quarts 35c. Gallon $1.00
r :isle I..->" "said, "We jast'had. bandages;'others: were slings.. Many soms at the soldiers., the'opportunity to'prove to you -
Lr' * For sale
; .Mtt"P i we.'"-* *Wtadoghft . *,.? s walked ,with a/.limp, 'and several that, we are producers 'of Quality' I have a carload of Jersey Milk by
|Tte.". lr&\wai::frlcWulI heavy,' round the necks of. Printing.THE
placed
, 5 :- ..C..men REAL ,ESTATE FOR SALE BY H. SENTINEL,.'J:.>hone 24. Cows for sale, and people of the surrounding Carruthers & Gore
,but yoa kMw";tt y e ftBot'shoot for R. A. ,' and were assistedto ,

*tee- and' *-waste- :an. aiftl.-. lot. of'"amV =.i vehicles. . C. ,MeD NIEL. Get the news in the Sentinel first. country'e inVited to in !
munition. .The! artillery are the worst, ,One man'walked with the aid,of'acrutch. .1 pect the stock.Reasonable .
but'even .j.'t' shoot It's'nombtrtliat -' Another had been hurt on thejawbut Twenty _acres' on Lake Gatlin,r prices. Call on or address
about 18 to and I WOOD. COAL AND ICE
planted
_. \de e a it-nothing::else. he was smoking a pipe withgreat oranges .a JAMES N. SEWELL,
... t As'eoon: _as:we shot'.one Jot down relish.. grape fruit trees, 5 years old, fully: 8-22-D & W Winter Garden, Fla. Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
,'t Tha Bal! 1,000 boxes now on trees. If you de PRINTING 'MATERIALFOR Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
"e reup ; 8* hap- Here and there tunics 'were' torn.
all tfcetaaeJ:-Their losses must : they' sire this property, will be divided
:t..i' .. In.someeases, had been ripped
;' +i'""''' ' giving two fine building sites with Read the advertisements daily. Don't 'overlok the want ads.
oneeoe. > open,down'the, arms or onthe shoul- :
e'jshwu"i ,ceM Bfto Hifily echoed. ,:.'.a der to permit the surgeons to attento' Lake Gatlin in front overlooking SALEConsisting
: ; ;.r..1.: ' three other lakes., Price for 20 acres
I
head
'i 1 0..wDUtMS, . ; was: the;wounds: > I
r< "thed, ;vii"''beadiges: ':"Germans With expedition:the officers whose $12,000 or .$6,000 for half. Nothing of
.
>.., l: ';Why,-.tIW y. _oeQldnot! bit thissttkm juries were.not:severe were placed better in Florida., Owner has repeatedly -! Job Press, 14x22 with fountain.
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t ',at"_a.thooMsd, yards." in taxicabs, motor cars, and 'pri teomnibuSes. refused to sell, but on account Imposing, Stone, 26x44 in frame. THE OLD RELIABLE
Argyll : ad. Sutherknd, .' Highwitt : ,of'sickness he is unable to come Perfection A Wire Stitcher.

-Jr' : a "eat ,bell. 'fofA;from,.a, stretcher' to Its attention to the officers who remained Two 3 acre tracts overlooking Or 280 pieces., I
lit "= 'irr-the "wards" of ,the train. bmdofine''lake view, good neigh- 12 Galleys, brass lined, 6x23y.
: iwWW'We'shallbe borhood land, and for. I Dr. B. D. WIENANGA Prop.
good splendid ,
_aled
Pillows and blankets were placed on 1 Galley, brass lined, 12x18.
; >to'. stop in :hospital 'here," he the"stretchers, and procession filed surburban homes. Price$1,000 each. Horton Mailer v I i .
I
d.Wvebeenchased: : ; oat- of two up, the platform and entered the train. $2,000. I Utility Lead Cutter.
_ "left e dy.: The:Gertrianashelledusinfeid.isepi : : The first officer brought out was 10 acres all cleared,' north tide I 30-inch Jewel Paper. Cutter. I Livery, Draying and Hauling
;: ) ; but they dic i't'dow Lake Ivanhoe overlooks Orlando, .
: reading'a newspaper and smoking a 1 Challenge Proof Press, 9x27 with
: eh.'.daaage,,;,you :know(:artillery cigarette. The next man, too, was splendid land and a fine home'site, iron frame. I '

.4ilees' :they,can" shoot. ,and these smoking.: His injury was to the leg. The stucco, cottage on Cathcart St. 1 horsepower; Motor. : .. ':>WE GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
,10' 'eo uldtt.! ," _' "r.F .. . f A third had his: knees drawn 'up. one block north of' Eota Park, just 2 Counter Shafts with pulley and i '
f"- .
built for comfort
and
'.'I'-ve:been' PCB,up:clothes:as'I All except one 'were looking cheery. completed con- hangers complete.Ink '
:carne down,":he,went_on,pointing;'tohk Ambulance wagons and buses were venience-large lot, stone garage, Slab, 12x18. ( I
sold AUTO AUTO BUS AND
J will be TRUCK
situated and
'} ?'shoes and >'socks. 'tThese' are waiting, and one by one. the;:wounded beautifully About 1,000 Ibs. 10'pt. body type. ,
':|1reacB,': rii8o,',fe.tlas'-blanket," '..hesaid were ,placed on beds and driven to for $6,000,. good terms. 9-11-lm Several job fonts, racks and cases,

; 'and;Was'going, to: further the hospital quoins and other material I C try Driving for Eight "or Ten Solicited
Details when he::,was' picked up and The R. A. M.'C._and the ambulance NEW CANCER REMEDY This material is all in first-class

'plf cf fe a motor'ear.' corps were ,still engaged in tending ,Removes cancers, tumors of all condition and will be sold for the HORSES FOR SALE
: I._ *Tell"aa[ ther'time-' the, French the injured 'officers when a second kinds. No money until you are sat- best offer to close an estate. I
>aye" ':Veea. awfaUy .kind _to us," he train, plastered with red.crosses.. ran isfied. Dr. C. W. Hains, 4-7 Warren
tried as IM was bone off. < in'at the adjoining platform. Bldg., Lafayette street,. Tampa, Fla. APPLY BOX 35, 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
9-13-10t
,>I tti* ilmkw of 00, M- 'Soon,the soldiers were, ,flocking out ORLANDO, FLA.

lows,are,only. =wounded,";;said.aVcav-" ,of the carriages. The',first group to ;:Get tthe news in the Sentinel first. i I
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1 :; ; 'week.., Purchasers. can buy through their own Broker, and all Real Estate men can sell them and arrange

f 'with '.us,:r.dingPrices' Terms.. All large propositions will be also placed with our Northern Agents.

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:Situltel.five- ' miles, south ,East. of' Orlan141arge Pecan trees. about 20 years old'in full bearwithin a block of their freight depot. 150 feet front and
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do-; projected;.Brick road within one mileof t. 150 feet depth and about 200 feet along the R. R. track
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: - 25 acres of truck land cleared and ready to be '
can be bought at an astounding low price if sold withintwo
:: Jffoperty.: the tract. has:280 acres, oir. planted. ,
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ft the';:;second :highest elevation in 'Florida, 'Balance of acreage adapted for citrus fruit and weeks. \

I trucking. Also virgin timber and grazing land all under
ry'lare lake clear ,
{ ont; v ; : deep water,
', fence;, Sweet and Irish potatoes, tomatoes,.corn,'water-
; sandy' bottom .and ,over,- ne.half, .mile .
melons, pineapples and bananas have been successfully

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

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

-r.: "all:the" years of the present occupant: A money maker from the start,with, bigger pros16 bearing orange trees and enough ,ground to make a

Y '. pects. This property has buildings which_ could not beSlxass
good garden. Good neighborhood, within a block from
pled krge', *
m, ra ge'aH grapefruittrees
-- duplicated for less than one thousand dollars.. AH farmimplements .
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ia a lake. ;
fi4eariig... '
are included in the sale. This property eaa. -

'Ewe .aid).e-J acres tf,3J5.three-year. rid grate be. bought through your own real estate broker or sold Will be sold on very liberal terms as owner intends to

frtdt:treestmder, irrigatiea.., by any broker in Orlando. move into the country.

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0. ie''3',to:'1, odd 'M rai::::'fi r. '.;Bat': i f MUST BE..SPENT 3

the"Athletics have to crossvbludge4awkli
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81"-- same.... >other National. f League claltte,1Bg For the benefit of,the numerous or- GRAND
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.....: ,eal bettors; in' oar ;
:: ,, ; :'"'' ",opinion!! ganizations who helped to sell nearly

,:\ \ __ : _-t" :,:::f,.): _: { ;* : eking'chaneee'that: are a bit tecfeag I 45,000,000 Red Cross Seals last' year

$TATE CED AUIOSTran. ,;even. though' .. 'the- "Athletics. .iut- and for the general public, the.American

. -j claw" ':.ewy, :'one. "-,. of- .,- the four. teas :.Red Cross and the National.Association -
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-' :TWICE' ..' MANY BALKS' GF tJiafhav" been-fighting'it out' fort for 'the Study and Preven- TODAY
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n.! v-,:y flAS;..... N'1"1-3'--k1i" ;f1:cIWMM ". National' .League pennant. tion of Tuberculosis have framed a
y 1 a4 7. f '," definition of anti-tuberculosis work

c Ort the' MOW, .THE, .HELA'WAS. TOR-' showing how the proceeds'from'these
: '. ;.f . ., .. Gtfw. .,.: :. ,>-
:,- .' .N- "Wi'rf::Be. Gi IiM. .. .PEDOEDLondon holiday stickers .are to be used. The
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.' l,;. -:- .'fcyJfcfe=" .tli(''.",:. , /; Eng4aad, Sept, 17--:ThHarwich 4IIV money definition only limits for the the year expenditure ending'April of "ttI Wlff. AND HIS Wlff "

C.:, i''f ,, -"'-:"' :. -$ ..... :corrwpoadent of the DailjTelegrapJfflends 30, 1915. ,

,. ; : : these..details 'of ,thedetttraction The definition was framed .at are

Wahxtgtoi : art! 17-Wilhim'J' : .: of' the. German cruiser cent meeting of the National Association A Vitagraph special feature in two

Hani, director,:,of,the. ceases,:..department field,: whose sinking: ,by the Britislsubmarine for the',Study and Prevention of

:of coamerce;babe y d ,.'E-9,) was: confirmed 'several . Tuberculosis and states that the term"antituberculosis parts. A Vitagraph means something

-F > atY:report _of:cotton' giaaed days ago.- work" as it relatesto better. '

;in Florida f or:the'eropfl '"Iutke;: (early ,hours of Sunday the expenditure of Red Cross Seal

!, of= 1914' and '1913. ;The report was raormag two British submarines were money shall include the following activities -:

public:for: the'Mite i :on Tuesday : stalking the Hela about six, miles :

: ,:September;8.; .The_:amounts'for off the German,coast.. The' E-9 came 1. The construction of hospitals or "

.' ::the .different esaitiei..for' the, 'crops to the surface at,half'past ;six- ,o'clock sanitaria for the care of the tuOOrcul "DARING YOUNG PERSON

l ::o(1914''and1913'ahe; .: : fanaAed;for : Sad sighted ,the ,enemy within range: us.

'paMkation .iathelocal'paa.Quaatitlee : . "I "With ,an possible speed the 'E-9 2. The maintenance of the tubercu- ,

are' ln4rg" bales; dived'and at a suitable depth launched lous.
i .. An Essanay comedy in one reel.
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;counting'roaad as half. .' bales... '' Llnters"" J-"two" Torpedoes- .at intervals "offifteen 3. The provision of day or night ,

. are,net iidadei p-I seconds. The explosion fol camps for the tuberculous; the provision
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; lowed. and maintenance of
dispensaries -

.,. .Ceilrity.f 'M. ,1914" ,. '1913.'Alachaa I i The?:E-9,remained below about a visiting nurses, open air schools n'

" ( H- - '. 124 417 80 12) I quarter,ofan ,hour and ,then came'to Uneeda fresh air classes, or preventoria for V "Back m t the SifflDle l Lil
Bridford '
----- -- the surface. The Bela listo'badly., the care or treatment of tuberculouscases

;cal e J ------- :169, 38 The,,submarine prudently dived Biscuit or for the prevention of the J

Hamilton,. _... ... .. . 97 IAn
: : : --' again at once. After: an interval, spread of tuberculosis.

;.Ieimee, t.." _;..:. ,....:_' -491.' '* 260ir something over a quarter: of an hour; Tempt. the appetite, 4. The maintenance':of educationalor Edison comedy. One clever pic-

, .J Son T". .:_______,2,346, ,1,831 it.came to the surface again but.the please nourish the taste and legislative activities which have

t' 'Wtr oD''i' :..Nw" _N__ .493. '.166 Held had disappeared.' the body. for their object the prevention or infection ture.
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.. .. Lafayette .._-...;.....;:-. ,,. .,y- '"The submarine crew say f their : Crisp,clean'and fresh. with tuberculosis.Dr. .
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. ':Leon; . _:.....' 2r4 62i Scents.BraetBiscuif..
- : .- boat was never seen by .the! enemy Charles J. Hatfield, executive

,, ": ;Ma&Bon: ; 1--..--_----, ;:16Oc ,.-Gn- eitheri. or after the blow was secretary of the National Association, Everybody is seeing those

.' { $ Wan e' ____ ,198 r.!, struck.{ says in commenting on this definition, great

:, : .._ ---, "We hope by this means to preventthe Saturday:shows at the GRAND.Get .
All k- 540 472
FRENCH DEMANDS FOR U. S. Round, thin, tender- spending, particularly of small

1'l': : PRODUCTS HEAVY with a delightful flavor sums of money, in useles activities, the habit. x

''i F .>::' Total':-.---..-...;.....5,214; 2,960, appropriate for lunch and to direct the efforts of al anti- xf

f :elaedmallothtrcoiatties'to. .; . New York, Sept. 18.-Future demand eon, tea and_ dinner tuberculosis agencies along the lines

J. 1'il-..:.w.:..;. U Iesare of' ,-::ia&ri&al. -opera-. 'for'American goods in .Francewill 10 cents. which will produce most results for

:; ',!' it s ;f be. enormous, according to an the money invested. We are in thor-
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!';, \!it -'. .LEPfERhily'Fiak opinion expressed _in'a cablegram. 'received ough sympathy and co-operation with ORCHESTRA

':.:. < '; ,DAILY SPO .T. ' '- ." here to-day from Franklin CRAHAMCRACKERS every movement for better community -

; Johnston,:.publisher of the American health, but if this'Red Cross Seal

.,( G. MtBke)' ,_ Exporter.. money is to be spent, as we advertise,
;New :Ywk,;Stpt 17.Dowli..in Wall "** .
Business conditions 'here are remarkably "' only for tuberculosis work, we wish
Made of the ,
ita. mare( tone:folks.who.are good" said the message, ,. Bakedto finest to see that it is expended to the best
ingredients.
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willing now::;to'..tt;3::tif't.ltat' the "considering all ..the circumstances, perfection. The advantage." 5c.
,AM tics .win the world: aeries tOej.
; no and:are improving. There has been national strength

. ,," *' waiter who their :opponeats' ::happen' an especially marked improvement food xo cents. I For sale.-A well bred driving .
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.."to 1te.' : ; -I this 'week. All shipping routes fromFrance I mare-sound and gentle in her
,If the'Giats o&ose.the'.Athletics
Considerable drive
manufacturing citybroke.
are:ope prime. Any lady can ;
". (Neme. to us that the longend: bet- still is going on and exports Buy biscuit Baked by There can be nothing better Mon ('Little

ten have-,a good chance of collecting of, the 'specialties .and luxuries NATIONAL BISCUIT i in the horse line for ladies and chil Mary" Pickford.

Tfce Athletic*;-asfprevieady; pointed typieaUy.Fretlch continue good. dren. No dealers or liverymen need

.alit' ,:'mm' to havZth& Giants. boffavMi ,The .future demand in France for C.QMPANYAlways apply, she must have a good home. -

:DTI..e Giants.:have ,been, beaten
: American machinery and manufactured 100\ for that Name. Price, $150. Also buggy .and harness
se gftea by the,Athletics that it hasgessoa ; ,
, goods of. all, sorts will be enor- cheap.
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: labit'withithen "ta'take.a mous.". H. C. McDANIEL.We .

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The:Athlete I.outckss the;Giantstole NOTICE insure lire and loan
you
: The boy'or, gill who always knows your
year k every .deptrteent of.the money on real estate at 6 per cent. llarnmond&Gore
to establish Board of that know what
AN,ORDINANCE a their parents don't
< Life & Loan Co.
game.. "Theirpitg staff seems far Health for the City of Orlandu interest Guarantee ,
;stronger aad mere,-::reliable," =their ,Be it'Ordained by. the .City Council of the they are talking about are glad Curry Building, Tampa, Fla.
City of, Orlando: enough, some day, to have the old 3-25-d&wtf
: catching:itaff,sI':steady;and can hit, Section L That a Board of Health of the FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
City, of Orlando,be and the same is hereby folks extricate them from some fool
their infield:.so :far:overshadows' ,the- created and established. The said Board shall Read it in the Sentinel first
" 1 "'Giants;;that there's(no: 'comparison: consist'of fire members, citizens of the city scrape at REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
two of whom hall be the Commissioner havoc
:aftd_ Inahe"oield'the FhOadelphUns charge of the Sanitary Department of the
city and the City Physician .ex-officio; and
'ed
'haVe'a'Wg
,z .'. , '''' e:' : . (' the other three members, two of whom shall eilliliilltllllll JlllllllllllllillMIIIIMM COMPARE
Added to aU this is the,biggest factor be regular physicians practicing in the city,

,'< ":m' :favor.. of' ; the.,Athletics :they and.one shall member be elected who by shall the not City be Council a physician at: OUR

Astern j; have the .Dumber; ,- '- ". of, the" its year first or 'as regular.lOOn thereafter meeting in as January practicable of ,each..for : ROLLINS' COLLEGE[ [ Winter art FURNITUREi

Gknts; G; the.term of three years. Provided, that the ,
first election shall take place as soon'as prac- We provide the quality furniture that has long
theFAthtletics
?But,' ''it; : against ,.
go ticable after the adoption of-this ordinance been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the :
either :the_,Braves,= CardsV.o ', Cubs; when the City Council shall elect one memberto Oldest Cellele.aa'iest Beautiful Grouris ii Ftertta
; serve until January, 1916. one'member to standard of.merit. If an article is here it is good.It .

,t Mre"D. ', ightbe'c. -:- f rent.. ',story. to. serve,until January, 1917 and one memberntilJan1W'1. College, Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic wouldn't be here were it otherwise. "We can't make
:tell : : 1918. and thereafter all elec-
result the
.whenreviewing.the. of kms'for said members shall be held in Jan- and Industrial ,Arts, Business, Teacher's Course. this point too clear-it is one of'the foundation stonesof
i19U world s ms. -None of.the.thrreeteams nary;,beginning in January 1916. for the full this and that much to
steam heat electric lights fire business, means any buyer.
Twelve buildings
mentioned .:nt'r term of three years. Vacancies in office maybe ,. pro.
; seem filled at any time for the unexpired term. malaria million dollar '
.
,
fine quarter
tection gymnasiumrno ;
than, the r hold office until their ,
,Gisnfis, but:,they: would "go 'All members shall
? accessor shall ,be duly elected and Qualified. endowment., Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ,
( KILL & DAVIS BLOCK
into battle :with a' different -
; : : spirit .' .
dozen two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new ,
than the Giants.c There WOUIdn't'be: Section %. The Commissioner shallthe a pianos,
; hairman-of the said Board and the CitY Physician -rooms forjbusiness school, full banking equipment. New: Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. Orlando Fla.
that feeling akin to And f and its ,
fear we- shall be. its .secretary, executive
chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every
officer
Athletics L
VV _thennorelthe V "who'' are, so Section 3. The Board of Health shall prepare modern device analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water. J
:, l famfliaririth; :the offensive ,and defensive all ,rules, and regulations which. in' its '. .
for the good health of for course.
opinion are necessary Preparation engineering
t tactics of the'Giants,would be the city and shall submit them to the City
: again'si Council Lakes, boating, swimming,' golf, tennis; football, x
different if
a "proposition
up. Section 4. The Board shall report to .the 'Christian but undenominational expenses moderate.
tHy:had to"face another team. City Council whenever required by either gen- F
'l The'Athleiica eral or special resolution of the City Council.: ,Scholarships available. For catalogue address
._ <_' .", ; have;batted'against Adopted September... 4th 1914.B. .
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,>'r a Jfatitews n-, aManlnardTeereau; ,'and Attest. : , .;Fv V :sPERRY.. Mayor. WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN

: 'D mreel: They; ;know pretty well CARL JANSEN. ,,City Clerk. ,

;what each.pitcher has'in'the way of '
< 1 Ph. D, LL D.,' President
: 'carve :ani.rapeedThey. ; know that 'NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY
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>! ,. " MIIIMII i til mill' 81 IIIIBIIiliMIIIMIIII Pill.
they: can hit ,those twisters and U. S. District Court Southern District of ,
> "sWght : Hamilton Carrie
:In the matter of A Dunn .
: confident that "the pitching: of' the and Maggie:Hamilton Bankrupt. '.
'. .* J.-. . the of the District
To the Honorable Judge
. .Giant. -qourtet can not deceive. hem. Court of the United States tat the Southern

.'.., 't,' f 3:'"'But- .-. if'"I,'they..:.,had'- .'' to.- ., _bat'. J ;against. Hamilton Diatriet 6f A Florida Dunn, Carrie. and Maggie. Ham,' .YW.J>>J& JlInrt BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
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:J B&es," ,7pler.and- Rudolph,.:of the&svmorthe' Iton,: of Orlando in the county of Orange LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS '
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string' of and state of Florida In said district respect-
'* first pitchers that the 22nd day of'July
; oily represent on ,
(the Cubs:or Cards;'it.woeld be'a dif- last past_they were duly adjudged bankrupt. GIVE TIECORRECT CHILDRENk ) Effective from August 1, 1914 to August

i ,fewnt ,propodtiofl altogether ::They under :the that acts tbey'bave'uly of congress relating surrendered to bank'ropier all 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction -

--dot know what those y heir,property and rights of property and during that time:
." ban fully complied with all requirements of STATIONERY
';ef.:in a :"' t:' 'They 'cI 't".know Aid acts and of the order of the court touchng -' k I
'' .. ,. Car $555.00
: said bankruptcy. Touring -
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>" 'j st'rwbateach .haa ui.his own line ,Wberefor they pray that they maybe decreed . 9
; .They would haw to learn'that during .by,the court to have a full discharge / 505.00F.
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:r, :- ' from afl,debt provable against their:estate
,., ;the'series' 'They!woaHnt hairpre8el'iee under said bankrupt acts,except such debts And they will take pride in 0. B.. Orfuuto. AD can filly eqnipP d.
a*'are exeepted by law from such discharge' ;
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knowledge as, they; Dated this 8th.day day ol September.""A. D.: 'writing their'letters.
tf the'.Giants,'were.heir foes..., <: : , Yarher, wt wOI be Me to obtain the.BUXIBUI fideaey
J. ; W4.HAMILTON .. eort ia our
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'' DUNN. CARRIE ,AND ia sir fctorr production
A ::It's thc same :t- ;.....:with:the Athl V t U we nada u ratpat ..fSH.
'l"f..,... . ,. : MAGGIE HAMILTON. Bankrupt. V Correct letter writing is both pnrthuint ud ales department
,';.'.-',: tk: pHchrs ,Th kwr;Ixwafpastvq IB the :Matter'";of '.Petition. for.. Final" ; Discharge ': V f _ .... can between the above.d tei.
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:Giants' tIt ';:kind"they; on..reading the foregoing; petition it is or.tdered the beets wh purchases a new t
can bit-.aid by the:Court that hearing babel ill c A-rutU> ) &t every retail buyer
':-' :::hif.\eBt tif:.they..tier pitted upon:the sam*.' tfti1 :. ;' : :.. ;"" A.,a;'>1914 before laid court at Jacksonvile. For farther partleBlari rejwdia these law prices and profit-
-. .....;tee>erit'..w.dd be:a IB',said"ditiet, tenVdotk ,in the fore' ,the higfeeet art in mane-
Afferent f pfopesltioiu. Tkaf" wi 81d noon. and that notice thereof be puMbhed ia arlac plan 1M
s : the Orlando Sentinel news..eer prated m '
have;,to>> 'feel,e._t'..'the::btttes. and said: district and.ttat ail known crcdrtH e oC P. G. RUSH,
: and other.peisosa ia fcrie>ent Bay appear a*
.during. :the''' a fJI' eeykey said.tfcae and piece.and bw'cause K mi Phone 226 V

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that.would.. spa.footer.lor l' Ike'" ,winTk& **And it fa fartbl.riar/d W the CM* tilt: lI ape* itnd r '
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.( "._ '- '. Circle-No. ,I ,of:.the/Presbyterian
: ). Ladies' Aid S ei ti-wi11 hold:a cake
:a on.'.J. N: Whitner.. pays the foliewing : -
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.- holding sale 'at Yowell-Duckworth storeSaterday
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: ; behind.'closed tribute to )Ir. George, Fer- afternoon ,
; beginning. .at,4 :.
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d.in yesterda"Sanford '
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: up .t The telegram "George ,H. ,Fernald
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.' T : : is 'deaidM came to.'Sanford yesterday 'Mr.W. L.Van'Duzorof. Orlando, SATURDAY SALINO.23

..- a \ morning and brought a hush, upon representing ;Northern 'and', Western

: : ; i ::::;::::: : : ; No: ) .' The all as they:heard the sad news.. capitalists has purchased :from' the
-. : ': of'Eu A large n_ umber mourn, and will Peninsular Naval Stores company and
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'outcome of continue to mourn as individuals theloss others, large tracts of land in the
:(.; : \ : : 'of,a dear and beloved friend and UmatOla and Lake Yale sections,

;., companion.. To us the loss is personal comprising over twenty thousand ]
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,.; : i :the .rob and private and too deep to haveplace acres He has also purchased some

; ,York:-Yon- in. the 'n newspapers, but the five thousand acres in..sections immediately --
I returned death of George, Fernald is a public ''adjoining Silver lake, near
: loss and amounts to a calamity. Leesburg., These areas wfll 'be surveyed This Saturday should be a memorableone
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in the .
; war -
;. ; : have evaN Therefore.the: tribute I.am permitted improved ,for demonstration' memorable as a price reducing event
: ; ball .to pay through. the Sanford Herald purposes and 'resold in large tracts, and memorable to our customers as being
is .to his memory as man and citizen. to Western farmers and others able able
to
with mark secure what
,a they want and
Coming to Sanford from Boston to buy at wholesale, and who have
has not need at EXTERMINATING
about 1882, in his young manhood the means and experience'to develop prices for we
r.', warrants. with the stamp of nobility in his face the soil for the best that it can pro- intend THIS Saturday Sale event to be a
these
f days.{ and on his person, he quickly won a duce. Many such are already inter Sale of EXTERMINATION of Summer

I too much' to leading place in the town which he ested in this section and they in turn Fabrics.
has held to this sad hour. For twentyfive are interesting others. Mr. Van Duzor
so much
: real years no man has' wieldedmore has been in Florida for over 'thirty PRINTED
; .it, all | LAWNS
: be a matter influence nor been more respected years in close touch with the develop-
: than he Sanford. notwithstanding ments from Kissimmee to the Ever' 500 yards-Florals, Stripesand allover patternsfine
liir, hence
.;. : and lack of he was only a, private citizen, glades and has a thorough'knowledge selection. Regular 12% and

.: : : .his ef. with the exception of a brief time as of the country and conditions necessary 15 cents, Saturday --_.---___--__ OC
..;' t county' commissioner for. Orange to its successful development 1
county. During all these years, with I His headquarters in this section are CREPE CLOTHS AND PIQUES

;"" ; : league team out pay, in honors or money, he has it Leesburg.-Eustis Lake Region.IMMMtttMMtlltltHM.

; : ,- been a public servant, and his labors I 750 yards of some of the best selling lines we

: Southern have been many and arduous, costing have had this season-in Fancy Stripes-27 to

r. much in time and money. Always 32 inches in width-Regular prices

: have put one modest always kindly and approachable T.F.IIOURIIIANe were 25 to 50 cent yard, Saturday. 12f2C
: : : league, train patient with the faults and .
: in shortcomings of others he .was d Licensed Plumber and
the base
servedly popular with all classes. As Sanitary Engineer EMBROIDERED CREPES AND HANDKERCHIEF

citizens we can all emulate his example Estimates Furnished. Jobbing TISSUES

very active with profit to the town and especially Promptly Attended to.

nr ;: nights think to the young would hold him PHONE 629 Everybody knows how extremely fashionable
as an example in civic life. these have been and there's
for the up zo6 Court Street no question of
: is. latest is Sanford will miss him at all publicfunctions their being so again, but we need the room

f set, in' a whether of gladness or sor 0RLAN&0, '-, fLORAs for New Stock.

across the. row, for his ,ready sympathy was Fine assortment of design and Colorings to
: of the' sign equally.felt and easily and gracefully choose from-worth from 35c to

: which the shown, no matter what the occasion. HIMIIMMMIMMMMHllllilillimimilHIlM 50c yard, Saturday--aaa___.___ 1 5 c.
are like the 'What more shall I add of personal

. : too late; worth, but to sum up in one wo
,' stare you George Fernald,was a gentleman. TOWELS

:' -j- : hand, if rdMcCULLOCH'S
:' Huck and Turkish
t; the door at ,Attention is called to the advertisment
of the Eola Packing
Little When
.Ben we buy direct from the manufacturersour
i : them on. another page. This new concern
( purchasing powers enable us to do this)
: .day the lit has leased the Pine-a-Cura building Department StoreJellyTumblers we eliminate one whole profit when we in
cho and will convert it into an up to date
.... addition reduce our profits to an iota in order
pleasure. to packing house for the handling of to make 'our
Saturday nights
; : The selling a looked
; citrus fruits and vegetables.
forward
to
event we are certainly doing
J: will be under the management our
company share
to
popularize Saturday
night
-:.:" ; ; of an Or ,of Mr. W., A. Dade, who for "Stock up on these-the buying.
| has been with Chase & opportunity may not
; the vicinity some years occur again."
S has been Company, and who is known far and
e Bought in the
ordinary these
Fruit could
- Jars way not
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r vacation wide as an expert in business.! be sold for less than 15c and 20c each, our way
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Mr.Hus- : of
purchasing enables
t : you on Saturday night of
two later she discovered the missing
., laundry ,
all kinds securing what want for
; : bag in the tool box of the car and you present
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.:monogram She gave inside of it, instead of collars and and future needs for, each.-_.__ 1 0 C

l it was to"Je cuffs,_she found several empty bottles
only. She labeled "Kentucky Dew,"* three battered PURE LINEN TOWELLING

; ; ead.of her golf balls and a bunch of faded res.erviDR Kettles 230
biome in a American Beauty roses. Inasmuch as yards more of that 16-inch unbleached,

: : disorder, this paper is a great moral uplifter, heavy weave Towelling, worth Q
:I l : cuffs strewn it, would not do to print just what 12&c, Saturday for yard.._....__ C
20 S. Gratfe Avee.tlilllilllMMIIIIiltiV.
I : .: '; : could not Mrs. Wife said to Mr. Husband when

;: morning. he came home that evening. READY-TO-WEARS
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In Linens, Ratines and Pique, Regular -

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ATPBUSJEtMI Serges, Worsteds, Whipcords; etc.,

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a '' : i .. All we have left, values up to $10,

Saturday _. __________________ $1.19

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JfWflRY fOR THE WfDDING

;' ; : The Richelieu brand of goods are. the finest'that
can be produced.
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: ..and Fine-China.. Ran jewels of every de-, ;. Richelieu Grape Juice, quart.------_ 48c

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For Bridesmaids. Ladies of Honor, Flower

; etc., Bracelets,, Brooches, Bar Pins, La Val- .
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Red
Rapberries, 2 lb. can.
i Wristlet Watches, Silver Vanity Cases111- t

: 7 : Card Cases, etc. .
"' Richelieu Logan Berries, 2 lb. can.__ 2/C
f For_the.ushers-Cuff Links, Coat-Chains, Two- ; .
oclcet Chains Full Dress Sets Gold and Silver .-=. t
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t\ jii. r: eiamination of Uachew .."; oea, 1 pm.'. .'and 6:31 p.-, perfect;,a morie theater' as, the Grand II ." . ,

: ; hIM d:their.':work::jestttday.ttorn- .:k. Aisaea 5 Cea&I 11.' cui'make further improvements, but .
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flea No etrtieatea will add to"the LI T ,
a:r il, iilswt .3ih . ; were comfort and entertainment "
..,.. ? 'to: '> "f t .ay' ;:," .'f!" -- l gaM.S,. i':&the coJered'a : PROGRAM ,of their patrons. .'. .

-'".< : caaU.who took the:examination.OfPWTUNITY .. Imp. ''Beneath the' Mask" with Now the stage is to be widened,sev :
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J Mi*. A. S n:wt.steIday.fer-- .;, ,- --- Ethel Grandin, David ,Lythgoe ,andEdmond eralfeet, and the screen moved back Gel it-Hi t AliensConvince s"
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Onto IQ- "' '" : GIVEN 'TO KICK Mortimer.: In two parts. that 'the frontmost seat ,will not
,.: ,.PeBc..,oewty,,:*'i;:YJat,,her. 8 "* Joker and so : ,
,.,... 1 l vP" '" r .. : :ON-MOE'POSTS the- Comedy.", "Jimmy' Kelly be avoided because of its nearness to .
Kidnappers.
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Tdtghtoe, year; wast :ad., bet County ,Surveyor :J., 0. Fries, has ,, back about twelve feet but the widening F .

r": igfctW k.Wit:apeii:*:tte been. engaged' (some, ,time in_pjac:, CONCEALED- : '"WEAPON> CASES of the stage will still,,make itvisible .

oat morrtia's' i.' 'Y> 'ie'I"w 4. lag./ <
; '' : I roads,and the;work;is now,near compltioa. COURT in the house. : Yourself .

: : ':Ui rm: :... .; ..If s any one has !a,protest to Another' innovation: is the hangingof
tItii: ireBf ,: make.in regard to :where any post is frames in the rotunda where the
"N.tiulumm ,Progress was slow, and tedious in Sometimes it is hard for to.
jrhH has Bii placedrorthe in which it is colored posters for the show be you
she,. -- pet, ,t' :=nianaer criminal court yesterday, ,only two may decide what that present should be,-- :
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cases being tried,during the day, both then come into our store and let us'
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being negroes charged with carrying : show
.:Bi axteo'Beackam-.and;daaghtor tt as possible.so;'that any,errors'may be concealed weapons. At' the present i program, and every time you visit the :" you

: ..KtH 'Roberta,-,left .yesterday ;to'tit i corrected'a(once., rate:of the,session bids fair I Grand you will be able to see the .. "
progress
,iPoMse; : in:'Georgia'and' North. 1i 1-- . . tolast, through all of next week. i billing for, a week ahead and pick out 0 Our Jewelry . -
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Cut Glass Silverware. We
:-W.afld_ F. Elwitii,_of Orkado, spent :Here's, a:p blem:::for the cribbageeothusksts CQUNCILThecity 'made'right away, all of which taken or haye
a few:,)hours in thk city__Tuesday, mo- i' to settle.Yesterday a together will cost about one thousand something that will suit you, it willO

..'tOrin from Oho to. Macon, Lake lady reader of,the Sentinel held a'remarkable council- in session i 'dollars, and the management'is pay you to look before you buy, and
was
.CityIndeEou: f hand at cribbage and.wants about" three hours yesterday after !letting no opportunity, pass to doeverything you will be under no obligation to us.

( |r:: ,._ to know how much 'counts. The noon, though little actual business I possible for the, comfort

Mr. H. G. Seiver real contained and three and pleasure, of its O
.. : prettiaent I i hand' 'a queen was transacted, the time being con large patronage. Allen&CoJewelers
state,man of Kifiefflmee, .,eat'yes- Ii fives ,with, a five turned up on the sumed in discussion of city affairs.A .

'tray:in.Orlando* loolriag,.after. "tesi-, pack. Our cribbage expert is off on ,Petition was filed with the council DELIGHTFUL DANCE AT COUNTRY -
ness'ai irL' summer'vacation ,and opinions from CLUB '
I that house ::
-"'- -' asking a disreputable ,
__ * other experts win be welcomed. -
be compelled' to close in the southwestern .
: .:C:S...Hamblin,. who has spent I One ,of the most enjoyable social 0'
part'of the city. The matter .
the,past.four: months,visiting points I ST. JOSEPH ACADEMY was referred to the city attorney.The events of the summer .was the dance Reliable RepairingHIMtliliilitlMltltlMIIHIIMH ., .: ,

ta ,Ohio and i Michigan;,"-returnto; contract for constructing covers Thursday evening at the COuntryClub.

'o Orlando today Will open ;Monday, 21st of September. for the This popular place has been
system septic
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6 -4 -___. ; This institution attends to mind, the scene of most of the dances of
tanks was let to L. S. Villeneun, the
](r. Wm.'Wigraah,'one of Pine Gastie's -' morals and manners.' The,:teachers price being $559.71. the summer, but none have been as

prominest bttfimeea''men, spent' are'devoted by,consecration to their largely attended as this one. The I ,

:yesterday;'in 'Orlando',looking, after work, and besides years of experience DEATH OF HON. JAMES MURRAY dance :was given in honor of the three D

t,buIiDe. s'. matters.A ., have public: .school teachers'. certifi CLARK young ladies who leave' Sunday for

-t .- cates.. :AH grades, from ,kindergarten school-Misses Elbeth Mulhollan

lodge:'of:Maccabees Was' : formed up'ill' be ,organized on' the day A postal to-the Sentinel mailed Minna Harris, and ,Dorothy Slemons. Ib OCli. .J)
: in :Orlando last"nigfet, the- Sanford it is advisable Mrs. Mulholland chaperoned and hadas '
o .. ... , - ." of opening. For best results from_Pittsburg, Pa., on the 16th inst.'
'"lodge'' :'coming: over. to; give'-instructtons to enter'the first day. nvys the'sad tidings of the deathof her charges Misses,Elmer Gettier, Hi

"hi, tho'.. proper:method of..vgoat Margaret and Elbeth Mulholland,
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.-rWiB. oi'iii. x AMOLD FUNERAL SUNDAY Dorothy and Ella Slemons, Dorothy I
will be remembered &
'" b Clark by nearly
Johnson, Dorothy McDowell, Ruth yur.J'1t'.I'fiJPolish
in Orlando, having for some
)!; Rw.;,.Boyd filled the:polpit ,'of the The funeral of Mr. J. E. Arnold everyone been .a regular visitor to this Isaacson, Helen Warlow, Pauline

"'_Baptist;,charchbSmiday,morning:andevening wfll'" be held from his late residence years at the San Juan Nuckols, Minna Harris, Zelma Lew-
city, stopping always
; rafter. '-a, ,"mO, lth'.> .vacation-., on'Robinson avenue; Sunday at three hotel. He was in his 87th year and ter, Gladys Thomas, Julia Miller, I Your Silver

which,'wit.'):Mrs.J Boyd,' :WaS:spent at o'clock':p.,m.,'Rev. j.. E. Wray, of the died September 16th. His son, Mr. Ruby Wilson, Miss Miller, Elizabeth;

Boston'and oAer,points |n Hauachutett& ,. Methodist'church, officiating. .The , Branham, Lucy Lee Walton, and ,
Miss
Murray S. Clark, and daughter,
'" a late River Jour L, service will be in charge of, the Odd Romain Clark, are-well known in this Messrs. Jack ,Branham, Ludolph 1 Wrights Silver Cream Electro-Sili-

: Fellows lodge of this, city., The Wichtendahl, Robert Lewter, Sidney
of
will have
city and the sympathy :
'Mri.f AnoW Mallory:and:daughter, Knights of:Pjthias :and Red,Men ,of Newell, Gerald Hurlbert, Nick Ar- con.
' friends
'Mrs.,'J i8i ie''jbayer'are' 'once moreoccupyingttheir which he was,a member, will attendin many rington, Clarence Johnson, George )

pretty home! :on:Lake a body., FUNERAL CAPTAIN DUNN THIS Baas, Glover Reeves, Julian Harris, Pick Your Teeth .

Cherokee,]having 3:arrived, ,:'yesterday" AFTERNOON Bruce Floyd, John Baas, Robert Van ,

aft9i ioon'&ftaD. abseace of severalt. Mr. and ,Mrs.. Jos. Mizelle and Buskirk, Randolph Cobb, Blakeley
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weeks. .spent' in"- Xis. .oIlliD".! ls'and. daughter, Miss Ora, are spending today I'' The funeral, -of Captain E. W. D. Kilcrease, Herbert Franklin, Earl With the Gold Medal Toothpicks : ,

Iowa -:,<'} D.'t:. .. ; in1,Conway with ;)1r& Mhelle's.! Dunn"% will take place this afternoonat Vick; E. P. Hyer, Albert, Branham,

!1-'; ., Ii father, Mr. ,H.,'T.. Arnold.: They arrived -i three o'clock ,from the residenceof and Tiff Hammond.
Judge; G, F.. Paler, o&e of :Xi from Asheville and
,yesterday' I Dr. G. H. Edwards, 409 South Orange -
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Bimnwe'a, prominent citiiefis, was in will leave today for Tampa. Mr. Mizelle I avenue'and the services will be Eat what you want Potted ,Plants, Cot Flowers, ,Funeral i
'Orlaado.for;seYeral:hoarsye6terday.He . Eat all you want. .
says they: having.frosts
: were I conducted by the'pastor of the San- Take a postscript and forget it. Designs Wedding Decorations.
.. tM3 far'with lgs"eon.Mr.Wiulloylser .
came every night when they left the "Land, ford"Episcopalchurch.. For"sale by all druggists., ,
; : whowaa en route toAUaitsi of,the'Sky.". l-7-d&w-lyr

to'ester the Southern .School -

fP ft a ;' Mrs. 'J.'"W., Farm, and daughter, DEAN SPENCER MOVES TO Notice THE SANITARY GROCERY
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w' ., Members of the I. 0. 0.'F. Lodgeare
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Miss Bessie, were down from Sanford ,- '
., Cal.." fled'Miti. T.VJ.; ,Wifta!,=,who. yesterday for:a'short visit to friends' requested to meet at lodge room, CARUTHERS & GORE
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A. Indian
.a: L. Spencer, Sunday at 2 m. to attend the fun-
have been :aeveral'weeks in p.
:ape fig Miss Furen, who was one of the efficient
returned yesterday from a sixweeks' eral of Past Grand Master John E. Phone 200
the;moui vina of;North Carolina .inand and popular teachers in the Orlando
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around':As ii me._:rebaraed'heme public schools, will not be here trip ,through' the North He Arnold.R.. 6 & 8 E. Pine StreetL4..IsIIHHiItiHHHIHHOtIHtIIIIHtHIIII443
r ; moved into his offices in the
has ,new
D. BANNER, Noble Grand.
yesterday Tafternoen: on ,Ae, Tampa .
this season, to the regret of many look-
Special,and,:report'! hAving.,spent a friends.; She:has, accepted a position federal building. ,Mr. Spencer !
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ing for a suitable house, as he expects .
,, 'J deiighif" .:! ul" .ewer: .: to teach' inone."of,the large. towns on to be located,here permanently.Mrs. MIIIMIIIIilHIilillMiliilif" 1111111'11111111111111111111 *++tts*+t+tttteIS .
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: Mr. 'and.'Mrs.;"F. -.A-" 'Julian and the East CoastDeaeonees.Harriet 'Spencer will, be .down*the first

'daughter ;"Miflaes',Elsk',and .Trecey, : r,Randolph Park- Cf.th. month. Miami Herald.

of i,Colianbus,,.Ohio,:=are:MW' comers h31;; :,of, Orlando, ,is in the city, the WILL OPEN THIS MORNINGThe

'to::Orlaini6-amviigTflir84ay' ::night, guestfof/her'nephew.Judge Charles ;" ,.

They have been reafiag,tfce Seatiael B.: ,Parkhfll;:at his home, '715 South Metropolitan Restaurant, 42 .

.for the ,.i\.tix tbe"ss throsghthat'Baediam Edison ann e. Deaconess' Park ll isa West Church street, Will open this ..
,were lated to Tome, to member: morning at 11 o'clock. Everythingnew .
of. of the.
J :one, Episcopal and clean.. The very best of
.,Yala4ll u, :-d:: tOW'F" .church,sisterhoods and has been en- service, Come and try our dinner today
s 4WANTEDA.geod gaged in its ,work for 'a number of and we think that we can please
white girl.wait: yoU PETE CRELAS, Proprietor
She has'manJ friends in this
:: re...= Apply ,this:.merakg at the years. 9.19-1t
Metropolitan restaurant. 42 West city who/wfll' be glad .of the chanceto 15 Hudson "40" Here

;' Church. street'.--L, .' >WT.F.HOURfflAN call on her. Tampa limes. toT Eat all_'you want. .
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1 i n. Eat what you want.
: ;Licensed Plumber; I .'F;FHOURfflAN, Licensed Plumber. Take a postscript and forget it
'. .CoueieBti work at:;fair prices Conscientious work at fair prices. For sale by all.druggists.BMSf .

,PtaM: ': 629.F.'; 106. Cwt A .> St 8-23-tf. :, Phone 629., 106 Court St: 8-23-tf l-1-dh.lyr -rti t $l ooO

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!IIIl' "" PEOPLES i WAMS1IUNNIMAKa6 I NOICB ' ifi-atmber, I aths and Shingles
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iJ 1'1J Omit Court. 1th Judicial Circuit Orange
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: ':Naber te'.Fw County.'Florida.
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Dr. Atorii von <
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'', 'J __ . ,- . ..... .Odessa Garland I
;.. 1; iDg'i ,f. Paul Car land V 1
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.... .at. Legit, WaaUi.., For ,SaW Far To' Paul .Garland: t
;tfce attaatiw/Ww ht_about by: the Beat *t 'fcr tfcb eofaa*..tfc far DIM 4aj; '. ,n.appears;from the affidavit of the.eon- NAIRLIMBER COMPANY.

}\ :e ftict t.ta: Ewoft cited -the 'oth*.. ...'vwfc fa ...a?.eb Ian...;a.r Mosey 9LM
4WT::* dw I r iadoded!in the.wflis *";a-Tertieaiaea* w; ...,..... n:-.0 that he is over,the age of twenty-one year
.':; : WFetor: ; ftiTiGieat: ,' whicli'Dr;: de ..........will .be ..ads,.on;...... inL and that he'resides at Nenorri. North Caro-- '

' ..foioththi: You are therefore ordered to appear'to this
"tMtf'I W'
.: WANTED A.good.second hand an ,
< Bill on Monday the 6th day of October 1914; ORLANDO
,;. )f :r-j the 'pr'N {. wtsr.. :In this tomeblleno"iunkheap..": AppljMagnolia the same being a Rule day of this Court. I
: S It is further ordered that this notice hi
: HoBBe South 'and
Ii} oiandum the aid'Cser said: corner published for-four consecutive weeks in theSouth I

"e : fB!': :' :me i'COJ Borne streets' ., between.5 and 6 o'clod Florida Sentinel a newspaper published. ;
,
_ .m.: 9-441 ia Orange County Florida. I
ti tinaally; in: trnijaiag,:for,"war. .;SIte .... ;: Witness my hand and official seal this. September .1

1\ .i-kMikL. btrai: >fCM8Joalywhen:: : it'31 the 2, 1914. ', Ryi! Ceieot Plaster and Perfection
. .1',': WANTED_ -At Sentinel, a good B. M. ROBINSON Agilik Lime
lg l : -Ior, her. ;(recuperate fi: boy. ". Clerk Circuit Court Orange County, FlOrida. ,
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L"" By H. A. HOWARD D.'C. -
q ; ; ',Tits JMsBt ;servjwace < J. A. ROWE ,
; For sale cheap, a neW :feather bed.1 -
r 'awl ;war forthe; greater SoL for CompltPAYING HIIM
j : peace Call 312 E. South St. 912'FOR. Uffi
flWij:,of:BnnaiiIt : 'I'A AND,CUBING ORDINANCE

Ever .w. General* every- le.m-1. I ., 'SALE: :; -Second hand sewing for Statement of the Condition of the V U
''V' An Ordinance to provide the paving and i
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: .a NI a.eng/the bead iastnictwBa&BC Buehiaes; drop,head Singers, rotary curbing certain streets ia the City of Orlando!
l'_ 'irf Barope flirt can be imteced -,! White, rotary Standard, New Be OrdaIned by the City. Council of the I
Orlando
Bank
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makes. Win IK City of Orlando: Trust Co.
and other
eetle xi rise dominionaCaariB Home, I
?, ,to : fM,1: Cal Seetton L That the following aaned streets .
.1 : sold cheap for cash this month shall W pared with brick of the width sped
2' j an adrontage gained., at Singer Office,'or phone 32L C. B. fled for each street and shall be curbed with Orlando F1&
: : in :aU the i curb feuby fourteen inches.. ; ,
: f 8. 'We,:>tltl tCe'part. Liadiay, manager. 8-11-ti concrete
; Avenue from WsabingtoaStreet
j'j tAira.'of,-"'.: 'We.mast eapecialk -;! North to Colonial Orange Drive,-fin lit with brick j At the close of Business Jane 30th,1914.

.BOW- :;and:foster discord ,in 'Ger- :: FOR SALE-Guavas, window sash, average width of 14 feet.
V' North Orange Avenue Colonial Drive to
- 7ijPoLnd ', single doors, pine and oak wood. RESOURCES. .
I. ..., .t the connection with Lake Ivanhoe Boulevard
F. ALewter. '
Call at 735 N. Orange avenue.
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extension of North Orange Avenue 30 feet.
Q. j asset divided.' We.car .- % .9-16-61 Lake Ivanhoe Boulevard extension North: Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . :. $379,514 36
. ', have a .... Avenue to city limits 16 feet. _
'<> let;:the..nesghhoring powers : Orang South Orange Avenue, from end of brick I. Over-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62234
; One 4 h.
: 'share .oata we: can retake what, we FOR Excelsior SALE cylinder, 1913, model p., at Phillips' Garage to Lucerne Circle, fill-b Stocks and Bands . . .u . . . . . 26,018 33
motorcycle with. brickof average width of 14 feetSouth \ u.
: i j h ;: in first class cfedition. Cheap for Orange Avenue from Lucerne CIrcleto Real.Estate, Furniture ana Fixtures . . .V 26,637 37

, f 5.;Swwl. lilll wt be\' cash. Apply. : at 306 West Concord Gore Gore Avenue Avenue from 18 feet South Orange ,Avenue Cash en Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . 291,393 48

;' ; t-MMrefore we'meet:separate[*.Sweden avenue. ,9-16-61 to Kuhl Avenue 24 feet .
k
{ fret D6euk aad keep,up a rivalry Kuhl Avenue from Gore Avenue to Southern -
;f. WANTED TO SELL, or trade for city limits 20 feet. $724,185 88

; y Wftii'. .. real estate, my five passenger Central Avenue from Atlantic Coast Line LIABILITIES.
"J .' '- of.Ruee an Pr11f !s Railroad to Garland .Street fill in with rick -
r6.T11t: 11/e Mitchell, in good repair. A. L. Beck: 14 feet.

0 [ ,a Wj .' .am
\ MAI. JJkI-)1 t! ,..... our in.i' Western Central city Avenue limits from 88 feet.Main Street to Weal. Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . ;;. 39,96135

1 ite.'.aC nii yi' :, FORT SALE A good 'sound heavy Street fill in with brick of width of 14 feet lte-Disc uats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. None
; horse. Apply at the Sentinel Central Avenue from West Street to Son .
\ II| ntQs.: ;: mercie11y we_mast ally our- : merline Street 24 feet Bills Payable .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . ? None .

land: We'ne Eng Lucerne Circle, entire circle, 18 feet Deposits . . . . . . . . 582
-: > 'selvwii wHh:J FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. Robinson Avenue from railroad to Orange. .. . . . . . . . . ,669 47

:: : "fi :'Uak :goW and'.wast', her 'seamen and Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Castle Avenue 24 feet. Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,55506
9-184 Robinson Avenue from Orange Avenue to
11 ;traders to'teach. - "'-- fi'\1,8." We maat e ue. yely extend our- Magnolia Avenue from Robinson Avenue to $724,185 88
: FOR lINT :Colonial Drfve 24 feet 1
the;Baltic Sea' and the from Central Avenue to ,
: BiiTM alofig ; Hughey Street
. 1.l j American Street 24 feet Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . . $291,39348

, ._ .-. ,< .,-;S' _'..1toward. Con' FOR'RENT-;Beautiful dwelling with Main Street from Confederate Monument to Reserve required by>> Law . . . . .; . . 116,533 89
" |$.;W..i-iit:; ".. > . garage elegantly furnished onLake Washington Street full width of present roadway -
Washington Street to Robinson Avenue
'rt ntifiei4e sad India. _When-we havel .Lucerne. Jas. .A. Knox. 'V V
>t: 24 feet
., Reserve in Excess of Amt.
, 'I I : do WitlooaiEricIiali 8- r.tl from Jackson. Street to Lucerne Required by Law $174,859 59

4a,4 we can, ____ ____ ____.____________-_- S -t tie. feet. .
goM,: Idr.:,fte power: which: holds'the Main Street from Jackson Street to Church Deposits on June 3Q, 1913 :. . . . . . $527,758 01

st wealth of Iaa- 'is;the true mistress" Fourteen room FOR house RENT; modern, up- i fun West width.Street Central Avenue to Anderson :. Deposits* on June a 1914.. . .'. . . . . . 582,66949' .

|U| of,- the:'world.' Wem st make" war to-date; partly furnished; on Lucerne Street Anderson 24 feet.Street from. West Street. to De- f'-" -

fj ceatioaAlly--ate;Turkey and Per- Circle; with garden, fruit and flew- Laner Street. 24 feet. INCREASED . . .r.-" $54,91148

., ll .m :tata >e, ttw; at>sspeeseilef !!S. J. F. Watkins.: 7-80-d&w-tf.: Gore DeLaney Avenue,Street 24 feet from Anderson Street to .

H 'dewn ]n : both.: '.We, must.,try .top Jackson Street from Orange Avenue to the The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors

wiye tise;..... ,ceamerce' .of'the FOR RENT;: 'Two 9'W.office thmlutreet.spaces inour. present Atlantic. roadway.Coast Line Railroad full width of to persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
No.
stare at
", }Lefaat and: Syria. ,with,. Europe and Come in and we will show yon. Pierce South Coast Street Line from Railroad Orange full Avenue width of to pres-Atlantic treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of ,banking.

f' WiL' !Electric Co. 829tfMKCOLANEOUS ent,roadway. Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and

: p1o.; We :mast; promise to Austria Lake Anderson Street Street 24 feet from DeLaney Street to safely conducted bank are cordially invited.

:. -4 r .Ji" Help;ferMto" 1"linirtBif Lake Street from Anderson Street to Palmer -

,. excite, the Street 24 feet
ftl ,all Germany,, and must Concord Avenue from Magnolia Avenue to

;;t .:_' ouales" "' ..of-" .the. .German' Princes- BOARD ANDROOMS! -House newly Trenton Hillcrest Street Avenue 24 feet from Magnolia Avenueto

n '' am t .her.:' ''furnished and remodeled. Northern Broadway 24 feet .

t 1 a;;lLW'-; lny"giv*!,Austria. a share Excellent cooking,location., $5 and Magnolia$6 per House week. Street Boone full Street i width from of Church present Street roadway.to South DYNAMITING done land in is all its specialty.Let branches. -. (WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL? II

Clearing our
the Turks Irvine
h of/Tntkof,whe w> eve corner South and Boone streets. Mrs. Boone Street from South Street to

_. Europe. :What we ve.her..we Marie Lewis,.manager. ,9-4-lm Street 20 Street feetMarks from Orange Avenue to Lake- us do your work. Estimates FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

n-ietake.afterward.T12. view Avenue 24 feet; Lakeview Avenue from cheerfully given. L N. Lewis, 406S. FOR WOMEN
t "e Ivanhoe 16 feetChurch GAINESVILLE
Marks Street to Lake $
r :. ..AI.fte. a&erents. of.the Greek FOR SALE-A No. 1 saddle mare, Street from Garland .Street to Par- East street 7-14-lmo TALLAHASSEE.
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< ., Turkey, and or buggy horse. Address, careWright's ramore Street 24 feet. -
tJ; Choree[ in Buagary,; 9-2-tf Church Street from Main to West Street College of Arts and Sciences;Normal School:
Box 667.
1 'p ,f.we maet support They ,will ; fill in with brick. School of Music; School of Expression;
_ American Street from Atlantic Coast Line School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts
: the
; (I{ 'our:frien4 : ia the. midst of NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet Railroad to Lucerne Circle, 24 feet School: Modern Gymnasium with swimmingpool ,Law: Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers:
la eftemies'.,'ceetrr. potato slips it $1.75 per' 1,000. Adopted September 1, 1914. ne Cathedral coo ; basket ball and tennis courtsnew and College; Experiment Station; Extension Division
!. < Cash. I E. F. SPERRY.Mayor. modern buildings: beautiful campus; dormitories ; Graduate School Ten new brick build'
(1 13.,When Swede, Persia, ,Poland, Quick delivery. Apopka5.244f have all modern conveniences; new bgs, besides gymnasium swimming pool and
':. . t] .Turkey-eboen subjugated, Co.,.Aptpka, Fla. Attest: CARL JANSEN ORLANDO. FLORIDA dining room and kitchen most hygienic in .pa.ny subsidiary buildings. Cl officer, instructor -
asd Clerk.
ladies countiesand
\ City Florida; 418 young from 49 and assistants. 854 young men

s i q1 when.ahe.Balticand;: 'J the black. :Sea ,Who is your painter.and decorator .(Formerly known u PtD.CUrk School) TUITION 12 states FREE last session.in College and Normal foreign 4?countries Florida counties last session.and 24 States and

r ue guarded by our:; ships, we must [f you are satisfied keep the one you NOTICE OF ELECTION REOPENS OCTOBER 7 School Borrd: and entrance foes for the TUITION FREE Board and Entrance Fees
c tb fogt'offer p France, and, if she re-- have; if not, .phone W T. Entrican I year $124.00. For catalogue write $!SUO per year. Write today for catalogue
: To the Sheriff of of the EDWARD CONRADL President. .A A. MURPHREE President
Auff ia to sharethewrold Ne. M6. 1-20-tf i Orange. County A Boarding and Day School for Girls-
'J' f fates; to K I State of Florida: Regular and Special CearHl-PrimalJ.
: [:'; with here' Thus using one to destroy .. BILL TO REMOVE: CLOUD.In II Be It Known. That. L H. CLAY CRAWFORD Intermediate and Academic Grades- I
WOOD FOR SALE
Secretary of State of the State of Muiic-Art Elocation-Phyiteal Culture FOR SALE
f. :ithe;'o4her, We can.crush ;the.rem- i Florida, do'hereby give notice that a Deaeitie Science-Admirable Situation I
: Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit, GENERAL ELECTION aid Snrroundinn-Climate Healthful- Nursery stock, one, two, three and
: t .iIc.o8e.at'our-: ease. Orange County. In Chancery. Will be held in Orange County State of Careful HOB Life-Capable Teacher For the month of August I will four year old buds; Foster Early
t ;?14..If'bet'refuse, we. .. .must eXcite J.:H. Queal Thuds, on Tuesday next succeeding the first Low Hates.Rev. sell at farm pine at 85 cents
.
( ; S .:..; vs. Bill. to Remove Cloud Monday in Novmber. A. D.. 1914 the said my per Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash
If t Then claiming interests THIRD DAY OF NOVEMBERFor Rector. s President saw logs cheap. A. S. Hodges, R. 1, ington Navel Address Mrs. M.KaU i
: each ther.by'
attacked ; under Britton'Dixon United States Senator from the State of Orlando.. 7.30()-lw Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 8-13-tf
i ;j ,Gecsaany whet (tie'wiming wi 1 v r- leceased Florida, for six years from Mach .4, 1915.
: and To all parties claiminginterests under Brit For Representative from the Fourth Con
; forces.WhenGermany: ton, Dixon deceased, in the Southeast gressional District of the State of FIorih..In'
,i r2 Erases are''overcome," ,the .rest 'oft '. Quarter of Section 32. in Township 22 the Sixty-fourth Congress' of the United H HIH 8888!
South. Range 32 East in Orange County.'Florida.y .. States.
) Europe immediately submit toTis.Thus For Commissioner of AgriculMr* of the

U 'can!''and must Europe be sub- ordered to appear .to the. State For of Two Florida.Justices of the Supreme Court cf
bill. filed in this cause on' December 7 1914.it cfiJ
the State of Florida. $ jwre.J7lI&
r t" dHfL.t the Court House In Orlando Florida.
., died'n It is further ordered that this order be For Two Railroad Commissioners of the .,
Feb. 8
? ;f Peter the, Great published once a week for twelve successive State of Florida.For
1786.; tHe_ was'the'_ first Russian ,to reeks prior to said December 7;1914<<, lathe Two of Members the State of of the Florida.House of Representatives -

take the title of_Emperor.; : ,This title South. Florida Sentinel, a newspaper published For Sheriff.
[I in Orange County aforesaid.
eBfemd'uPOlfJ1 in 1721; Witness Jn1.hand and the seal of the said For County Assessor" of Taxes.. .

1) WM JIt, . Circuit A. D., 1914.Court this 4th day of September- For For Tax County Collector.Treasurer. ( They Were to :
For Five County'Commissioners.For .
\ '? KILLING:OUT" OF SEASON.TbeeRecord.is3t'receWt.of.e B. M. ROBINSON Three Members of the County Boardof
*. : let- Clerk, circuit Court. Orange County. Florida. Public Instruction.For .
: ; : Justice of the Peace in and for the following -
: Q te? 'from"'a' citisu i' of Anbomdale, Justice Districts vii: -

._ tv ;atetiag that;turkeys, uail. and deer No.No. 15.14. : V
:
Soon
. t H : ;ere::bengkilled in. that .section. by $1 ,25Excursion No.No. 20.2%. be Married V

: jesters. Names:were given of'someparti For Constable in and for the following, Justice
': Districts yiii "' -..- \ .
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() who .. hunting
<5 6 have been out No. 2. "- -f;. 'I
Q' ol '. aad the'peretllt.Who. wrote No. 8. ";,. ; I

i. )5, tie MaaeBi letter, >arita; that.:we publish Ids No.No.'10.14.' '<". :'-- I Came to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of

i siitat so that our gam*'warden xo.164No..20. -x- four or five rooms. They wanted their home to attractive and comfortable

tal l caa,pt.busy and"pat a stop to this ... No.In Testimony 22. Whereof. I ban here into yet the amounf ol money which they had available for the furnishing of their

protecteder-Bartow. : ,TO set my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the home made expensive peices prohibitive. .

; this State the of twenty-fourth Florida at Tallahassee day of August the Capfel A. D, They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.

it -ti 1- .. _ TAMPA.&thIdaySepL nIL We"offered Jew and them some new ideas. They were
H. a suggestions gave
I. S.
j RINAL1aI GEMs ( ) CLAY CRAWFORD.
A
BOOKLET
; Secretary of State. much.pleasedwith what they had seen and took memorandums of what they
Clyde :RiaaMi'a' annual booklet .of To J.. F. Gordon Sheriff Orange County. .

[1 .'M1p; ljoft the prow and is the moat 8-29-td. thought y should want.

"J ; fl 19th After around in other stores to make sure that they were doing
looking
q including t MASTER'S SALE
1 .aritstk 'of'.the. ,awiea, manyfGviOWS _______ t, .
'>h 1' ; ;'never, .,before printed l; ,The'f. Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure ' the'best possible with appropriation they came back and placed their or-
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and 'and sale, rendered by the Honorable.
photographs are, by Fishbaogh der with us.This.
James W. Perkins, Judge of the Seventh Judicial -
": ,the .'&graYing' by" the>,Clyde Gleen VIA Circuit of the State of Florida, sitting is a typical example or'hundreds of homemakers whom we are

p ..Co, ,,'whae. .Mt.TRil aldi's i plant didthe, .in Chancery for Orange County in a certain
cause pending in said Court wherein The
, : .printifig. ; State Bank of Orlando a corporation' is pleasing.We extensive stock of serviceable attractive homefurnishings
an
: tJ first edition has been issued forth complainant, and Wild Groover and Irma carry ,
A
: t j : of MIMIE. Coast U K. Groover are defendants the undersigned gradingfrom the lowest: priced which are good, to the very best. Your appropriation
i Botary-Cl with :_deslga IE as Special Master ia .Chancery.will ,sell to
C that:slab on the:back'cover.. There the highest bidder for cash,, in front-of the for furnishing your home may be anything from $175 tol. coor more
n : Court Hone door ia Orlando Florida, daring
1} w31 be )liter'editions for general diJ.JJo -. t -can:make the most ol it with us.
.!-f; .. ,. ,. ,. ; the legal hours of sale on -you
ti I.. 1&1l!":Trib& ., Ike.'.Standard .Railroad of the' SouthSpecial' the mortgaged MONDAY property, SEPTEMBER referred 7. to 1914 in said ..

-: decree to-wit :

:. :,Po-Do-Lax-.Bftfifehes. 'Piapfes; The northwest Quarter of the southwest
quarter.of section ten (10), township- twenty-
,:Y \ Lri '*b-Bad Blood, Pimples, Headaches, Train ty (22)'south of range twenty-nine (29) east.
.1Uiouaess. .' Torpid liver;; Coastipaetc. Jess one'acre square in the northwest eorner Kincaid Snowden
"f Idea, eome from..Indigestion. thereof situate. lying and being in the County
\':. 1 .Take Po.Do.La'the': pleasant and Wifl leave. Orlando at.7.43 t-HL, and of Orange and State of Florida::: Terms. cash.'urchaser .

r tt>eoIntely sire: 'Laxatweand,.,'yon..-. retara g'wifl leare,Tampa tfO p.m.: to.pay for FRANK titles.A. SMITH ; 'i'

; :t-1t "nthorothrItIt wltone CIWW' '' Special Master in chancery Future at Prices
nptfe Masse di Warlow; 'r o Ckincter Popular
liar sad porify,the blood. Use it For,MenaaUen tail oa Ticket.Agent, Solicitors for ComplainantThe .

!j ..........nd. yo! {will 'stay well, 'WG. tale k..continued from- .September... 1.lilt. ,' '
_" 1 t JIa'" 7 c1Iar. ',compleetion. and- steady .,to October i,,1914.Don't : Coy Main.,and Pine Sts Orlando, Florida

1{ :' back q$if''a 60 not:' .,bottle iatiafied.;to'-.-;AH ay. J.-.: .; KIRKLAND,: D. P," A., neglect to' lake_a 'look at the : V ft I-.. .
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; ." iei .l G:TWIGS ,for,the. <;Oakland/ft(, *:. ".NEW',OAKLAND' // I ; O, ', radiator,boards, the, give heavy, it beauty crown fenders and style and unsurpased the broad even running in

r. '' .. ," ,- ' -r" in advance of all others . the The "NEW OAKLAND Model
t. : '." (car, :a::ytar - highest priced cars. ,
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,4h, ,. < .. :':. 37, is a unity of beauty, power, economy and service-

NcwB' auty, ,.X L;:Mere Power X Greater Economy' X Utmost Comfort tb a car you will be proud to drive alongside of the best of
: i them and enjoy the comparison.

i ,f'' ".' :':/!>;'" .. 0 0 The four cylinder, silent Oakland-Northway motor

: provides more power than you will ever need; marked

fit economy in fuel consumption has been accomplished by
.., ".T < :!. of reducing the weight'of thecar, and equipping it with the Oakland-Stewart vacuum gaso

.J.i... tl : lene feed, doing _away with the pressure system. <=-
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t'..f. safety, comfort and joy of riding. Fully equipped with Standard, Delco Starting

Lighting, and Ignition system, with automatic spark advance, Non-skid tires in rear,
Lt4.Y Oakland One-man top,. absolutely true to name, Heavy Crown Fenders, extra large
i1 valves, Tungsten. steel, divided Windshield, Speedometer, Electric Horn, operated from

T y center of steering wheel, Headlights with dimmer, Shroud light, Tail light, Tools,
License Tag Brackets, in fact, every modem improvement and convenience for the com-
fort and safety of the.driver and passengers.

Watch for our light six.adds,. also roadsters and speedsters. Prices from $1150 to "
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J" HI - is the kind you want. Where to get
- II ,The Qty Drug Store is at service 636. W. T.
i eo your it? That's easy, phone. .
T6e'Peeet+- ,Ovtbiefc", ,.., .. : - both day, and night. ,Prompt, Entrican. 1-20-tf
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, ',' '"A".potfk, .,outlook_ ..' ,Iif":80, long. First class Brazing a specialty atWarman' To be. convinced of. the producing '
,M the ifiaagiaation does not run riot,
Court, St.
Repair.Shop o s of Sentinel want ads.-try one.
;.is;one:of)het greatest.assets. a,man 124-tf. power
COOK WITH GAS
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.Absorbed? W eoafcemplatiBg'slagle tremor,rhymes' ,. Tlie Bola PRChiIf C 6. Speed *

Manipulating ;them; or < Offipauyr 1. Convenience .
Regarding man and all'his schemes' : . .
'Aa Uttte saw than d1 4wa s., 7. Efficiency '
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Giny ,Shippers 9. Perfect *
Regulation
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Vegetables. -
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: 'what is thief -A'ri$e in bread
.. 'A threatened urt'of:1MA 1 -j- .Being no:longer with.'Chase & Co. I will operate alone 5. Accessibility 10. Economy
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GiveW'eeber. ,. ceomon.- .. W.Mnse.A. U..,. last three 'years. For' information call on or write meat
, < =. H' .#*-"-" _'* .-*Y + '-my Packing House at crossing of Concord Avenue

- 1 i>. ;? tneJa 7 where I ', 3. CLEANLINESSCleanliness \
: and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure building;) am
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with Mauld's'latest machinery and can consequently
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'.(The .authorof ;this:,)magnificent 'give you same service which has always spoken ;:,-:-' is one of the greatest items in favor of the Gas Range

J.;MrH ttry Cha pell;;a poem -- ; The ALL GAS KITCHEN is alwaysclean and is very easily kept clean,
'I wear porter at Bath. :Mr.;.Chappell' _My efforts will.be to.sell all :possible_ before resortingto ,<
'. 'is.known'.:' :to'to. omr,.des,'- as"' 'the ,distribution. e because there are no kindlings or dirty fuel to litter up the floor'and no
"Bath Baflway.Poetw 'A,poem arch
M,' this lifts' him tot: e:,ranks of a ashes or waste to be carried out every day. Because there is no smokeor
W. A. DADE Gen; Manager.
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Little;'y u*reek..f.th&nufbing haL ,
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The .blaat.ing'L'ahe11 or : --- -
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.You..,As'spredforahe.Deyycnr'ld:they. :speed;poor; -tamans,, :hems.'farAnd SFKAY NOW ,FOR( WHITE EY and SCALE ORLANDO WATER &, LIGHT CO.

the'Day SPRAY
INSECTICIDE
SCHNARR'S,
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'Monster,:;who asked God's aid ,. GAS DEPARTMENTfAM.MJAMAMAMAMAM.M.M.U.M.M.MAMAM.i
TMn;strewed his seas;-w h tH ghast;
ly J'9ieT' ; Kills,every White, Fly Larvae Scale, Rust Mite
Not an waters of Ae Rhine < 'andTled that is hit. Removes sooty mold nil it 3
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: '1 and Insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September ,
'Youldreamed._. ...:for.-',the.:;Day,., you" 'and.October are two of the best months for
._-schemed for the'Day; WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
Watch low,the Day:will go, spraying,for White Fly and Scale. Prevents in-
Slayer:of age"and-,youth:and primeDefencelessslaa sects from'sapping trees all winter and brings them AND DO ALL KINDS OF ;

.Thou( art steeped in for Wood.T-never. as-'a a crime hog' .in') .out n..a good, healthy condition in the spring' thus OPTICAL* REPAIRING $8 Charleston and' Return $8

.' slime; : insuring good, healthy growth and bloom.
False'friend and_cowardly e.

...'You'have1'sown' ,'for the Day,. you, have. j J. 'SCWMHt-& CO.. Orliwk)' FIorMi. VIA"Clyde .> 4
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growi\ for the;Day
Yours.ia the harvest red. ? '-" Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure the White Fly
Can you hear ,the I groans:'and,,the 2-M Line"First
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,.Can. you'lee'the,heap: of,skin that DR. L H. RAMSDEU
I llli illl llllllil"lllilllilllllllllllllll'llllllllw OPTOMETRIST
And Jii leea turned.'to the' flame- Class Meals and Berth Included
: '' skies SflttttMr to Dr. 0. P.ORLANDO. .' Life) ,

The.glassy ye of. the dead t FLORIDA,
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have'longed for'the Day,; ,.': .1 J1I"a& This'. special rate good on any of the Company'ssteamers

That Ht.the'awful..m ." : Do You Good August 2nd to October 17th ;. g :
;:Tis nothirg to you that hill and jIlintield. Wanl.,1 inclusive. .J'
.:'sheaves:of::dead men:amid. the
'f',..., &>gram;. MARKET Hoae in be Coin ?
',.That-> .''widows ones ;slain" mournfortheir;, : nAnd '"loved THE try Return Limit 10 Days

_mothers-curse thy"name.. '

,*v\.Bat after_ ty.the:Day. :there's a:price'.to '.'., Of: Cleanliness Of Quality Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville :every

.. "For'.tM'sleepers.under.th.pay : sod, ,. Our list container some, very attractive Tuesday, Thursday! and Saturday at 2.p.-"m,

*And He you have,mocked for,many:a: PlISMAND- '.... SALT' MEATS ., propositions both in city and ..

.Listen; x. ,day and'hear- what' He'has to say. : 'FISH AND GAME country property. And we will be For reservations and further particulars apply to
Vengeance is mine, I will,repay"Whateia
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r I ::1ftIit ......away rt+>t_tM.Me8. aM kept free you. H. G. WENZEL Ha. Pass Agent
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?, TOTpKEYJUSTNOWWashm ; gisraMseatWaeIes.. W. Lave 122 \V. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
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;yiDioU bra no intention,at pre eBt' of e!WIl1yr' .. yii'a: ,Meat" LhM,, our office and !ist,pour property: with

!. Jmerkan,, bettleehrps.to Turkey -- -
:: ;to "relieve:;the: jfears'of:missieaa-' The 'PARLORMhRKET us. ,The same courteous treatment The Sentinel is the only progressive -
f, 'lies, accc-dia:to ;etatenleta': tredpbhig ... < OSTEOPATHY
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,, 1\:1\o s i ,Mete :a StateBankCheek boakawaitsl London, Sept. Enthusiasm unusual 11.-I;. : FU; presenting this excellent proof of the public approval of ' A
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Our checks are ;
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y have for ,they carry- money .in 'absolute today when the two houses,of parliament Deposits September 12,1914 $333,318.66 ( '

=...'' ... 1"P JI.' '. safety.' were prorogued. : : lejestts September If, 1913 236,142.76 I
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t,' :Across: town or across country they will While King George was absent inspecting :

:. { .go" .to:the:'one person you direct. And the troops his speech was Iicretse b ese year $97,205.30In
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: i,1 they come. back read in the ilise of lords by Viscount :
every little detail consistent with 't f .
they comeback legally receipted. conservative w
j i; 1: ; .- Haldane, the lord high'chancellor,and : banking we aim to please and protect our patrons and
N of trustworthy checks costs in,the house of commons by John TSL: ;
An, army their interests
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'' you):nething. By starting your checking Whitley, the deputy.speaker. National our .
Government
and to demonstrate
to command. When announcement, made in thru our asso
account here, they.are yours was :;
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eel the house of lords that the royal as- ciation with the Federal Reserve System, the advantages,

sent has been given to the Irish home : : accommodations, security and strength alone derived by .

:. -ti i iTire ,State .Bank of Orlando rule and the Welsh disestablishment a "National Bank .; .

,} .-. <<. suspensory bill cheers were given.On :i Let us prove to you that "It is a pleasure to "serve .;
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Ir1.i: : ;:, y .- 'w. . f house of commons the Nationalists nI

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< which repeated again and-again.
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it was in order to sing ''God Save i t t :
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-r t BASEBALL RESULTS Russian Poland, upon'learning of the I mission he started the first verse himself .. .......:. . .. .. I' ...... .... ... ... .. ., . ." '.... ... ;' .. ... ..:.,, .. ..."... ...... .. .. .,
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M Federal" League !, retreated rapidly to the south- tion. The anthem' was taken up by : :

s n" Brooklyn. 4,_Indianapolis, 5.Pitteborg .ward with the intention ,of ''rallying the spectators in the gallery as well : D i
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ij 5,',Chicago.'3. the routed army. as by the members and the jsinging 1 :

p r ;BaSalo 3,-'St..Louie,1.BiHhwa was heard in the palace yard.As .,. .. .r., . :., ilr' ii -a:. ::!!.'.'
> Q : t ; 1, XHW 'City 5. DANCE AND SOCIAL AT ELKS the members filed out of the ; :.:::.... .. .-

'. ,1''N tie l League. CLUB NEXT WEEK chamber'Mr. Crooks cried out: . : : ..
> intuugadarkaees "God save Ireland!" John Red ; i
Boston if StrLouia'1.Twelve: .: . ;
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.;a.- f 1 ,New.York 3,.Cincinnati 2. use of their hall for. 'a,dance and social : ---
: ; r. Brooklyn 2rCWcago 0.PhikdelpMa next Thursday night, the pro- "God save England!" rope, and the vital interests of my and we shall not lay down our arms Fresh and imported fruits of all

: .. h n: 6,- Pittsbarg'.' ceeds of which will go to the British Parliament will sit again October empire, to go to war.. until that purpose has been fully kinds at very reasonable prices. Come

..1 1 -. .:ALeatoel war relief'fund. In doing this gen 27. f, "My navy and my army have with achieved."I and see me. N. Francisco at Duck-
:; 1.'> Gfiveknd '8,''Boston 4. erous'aet,the'Elks do-not want to'bemisunderstood King George's Address unceasing vigilance, courage and skill rely with confidence upon the worth's former place of business on
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''s 't ,; ?-Detroit 3,:Thiladelplua 2.. and it in no way In a speech from the throne on the sustained in association with our gal- loyal and united efforts of all my subjects Orange avenue. It

__' {. f Chicago:;'1. New-ork 5. shows national preference the same prorogation King George said: lant and faithful allies, a just and and I pray that Almighty God

!.. i'! .. '.St,' Lie. 0,.Washington LL generous treatment awaiting other "My Lords and Gentlemen: I' ad- righteous cause. From every part of may give us His blessing." WANTED-400 sour orange, 400
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y 61RMANS TRY:;TO RALLY,ROUTt use of the hail: for action rather than for speech. After neous and enthusiastic rally 'to our rule bill. must in reply.be thrifty Address good."Grower State," care price of

AUSTRIANS every endeavor had been made by common flag."Gentlemen. Sentinel .. 9-19-6td&w
t- [1 to the of, the house of The Sentinel is the
'- To read and use Sentinel "want ads." my government preserve peaceof com- only progressive
lftda: ,:Sefi 18-It,is announced at the world, I was compelled the mons, I thank you for the liberalitywith metropolitan morning paper be WANTED tenant for 8 acres of
: Petrograd;according: tea Havas :ilia.petch'that You'gei full value for your money. assertion of treaty obligations,'deliberately which you have met a great tween Jacksonville and Tampa. Sendit truck land, 5 room house; arrangement -

I the'Germans who were Cost only a penny sword.each inser set at naught and for the emergency. My lords and gentlemen, to your friends by mail in Florida mile from made the for court keeping house.poultry Call; one at

j" 'in'Ae.Kiel:province of tion. protection of the public law of Eu- we are fighting for'a worthy purpose and elsewhere. 03 West Central avenue. 9-19-3t
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I Curtain and Drapery Goods in short lengths, from 2 to 10 yards, in Cretons, Burlap, Madras, Voiles and Dotted Swiss.TljeseOOOs .
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'must be cleaned up to.make room for the Big Fall and Winter Stock, so here is a great opportunity, as we have. them

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1L ; \:4'r': LACE CURTAINS fi 25c FOR YOUR OLD ,
.. .< 7-; N ;:?>( . line, well worth $1.50,
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:, '.T'' . Third'Floor /' iV -" Best dressed Men are wearing these Fall Hats, and the Special at 98c
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> ' w h- ,': great majority are buying them here because of the largest .
Odd tots mostly, in single.pairs' marked. at an unusual varieties. 'SHEETS, a good heavy quality, Seamless and size 81x90,

t "Bargaia.- .-,- Highest quality and lowest prices. Bring your old free from,dressing 59
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$1.50' Curtains .at _________________________ 75c it on the purchase of any New Fall or Winter Hat in the
33-inches wide, splendid patterns
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t: -= t $ Curtains on ,Sale at.-: _-____._.__.__. _____ 98c EMBROIDERY, in Edges and Insertion, some < g
--- : <; of.them slightly soiled,'35c and 45c values 1 DC85c UMBRELLAS for ladies and men, Guaranteed
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,$3.00 .Curtains on Sale'at._----: ------------,$1.89, BLEACHED MUSLIN, full yard wide, finishedsoft Rainproof, $1.50 quality

special, 10 yards for______________ LADIES MUSLIN PETTICOATS, made full,

$5.w. .Curams on.sale at.-........--.-------- $& .50 SERV-US-BRAND FLOUR in Wood, extra lace and embroidery trimmed, $1 quality 79 CBOY'S

."t special All Day Saturday, for half barrel $3.35 '
SUITS PIQUE SKIRTS, in white, with peplum, regu
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:.t tf Secead Fleer SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS

1, o {lj", ''Seaaii":jBemd;.:the beet;'-defer ,the'mowy. 'Other" 7 to 10 o'clockBISSELL'S . V OUR highly OWN recommend PRIVATE this BRAND to our COFFEE customers, we., and very in

-f ,: ",'.' stores J bayiag ;in a .8II. erat leastwovd' be compelled to CARPET' SWEEPERS (Third Floor). order to introduce it we will sell at Saturo

-1 ,mark suits of equal. QO.! Fall's newest housekeeper'known this day night only at-____________________ oUC
The Grand Rapids every .
:t single and ctafe breasted Norfolk Models are. here; ;
: tt Made/ef strictly. aH-weel ,material,>:al make, and that they are worth $3.75! BULL DOG.TAB E ,PEACHES, Regular 30c '

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