Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00439
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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 20, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00439
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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.Rf:: s '--- :ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, SEPl'EMBER2O, 1914., NUMBER 191.



". Delay in Moving Troops From
,Y J-t ,-. :

--- -:" Vera Cruz Now Probable

t. Washington, .Sept 19Special.) probable that when the transports arrive -
... .r -
.. -It is reported from Seagirt that at Vera Cruz these persons will
u 'G _ SheI1iDcCityofRhei nl Which. ROAD WORK WILL RECEIVE I Secretary of War. Garrison, to whom be taken away. It appears certain Will Be Handsomely Furnishedand

U !' :ADDITIONAL LABORERS has been referred the question of that owing to the general representa- Thoroughly Modern
: Want Railway Base the nuns' and monks tions of General Funston
: as bringing away there will Throughout; Americanand
,. j,, -t from Vera Cruz, will arrange. for be no hurry about the evacuation of European Plan
.r It -- their departure for Galveston. It is Vera Cruz by his troops.
-French> Claim te- Have' ---eat' red .Many Germans. -on Western End Determined Campaign of ,Offi -

e'?* Battle IJH- jted- That Capital 'France Will cers to Break,Up Illicit Sale For months there have been ru
New Orleans Police Threaten to mors floating about to the effect thata
1 Sfcertiy- ,of Booze Draws Heavy
Resistii&at big tourist and commercial hotel

w : Fines and SentencesAs BurnOut Slayers of Two in Riot was in prospect for Orlando, but

.Reinfafcements nothing definite was given out until
\ a result of the energetic cam-
-; !J' the and city officials yesterday, when a Sentinel represent-
'- 19Special.The.) 's strategy of. the Ger- paign county New Orleans, La., Sept. 19. (Spe A big force of bluecoats has been sent
Paris,;Sept .( have been waging for several weeks ative was informed by one of the gen-
cial-Two policemen were killed in to the scene and will burn out the
man vrlyin the battle,on the Aisne,.which, is now',in its seventh negroes were sentenced to
R .- past :a riot tonight in the Italian quarter. desperadoes if they can not otherwise tlemen interested in the propositionthat
,. day' ,wQfrevea1ed to P day'in- ,the continued forced bombardment of varying terms on the county roads in The men, who did the shooting are reach them. The origin of the trou- the hotel was an assured fact

Rneims. ? .", criminal court yesterday morning, in barricaded in a house and two police- ble is not known, as other Italians are and that the preliminary plans had

.inofficial-., statement., from,-. .. the..French war office 'declares- :theGermazis four fine being instances given.no option of paying a men's Bodies are'lying on the gallery. reticent. been drawn and contractors were fig-

'have the ,Rheimscathedral, during the whole
sheDed -
: : Henry Thomas and George Street uring on the structure.
.: :day 'JKe great intensity this attack in an effort to retake this were invited by Judge Warlow to con- BROOKSYILLESUffERS BY I DENMARKGROWS RICH The new hotel will be one of the

,.. off the'Germans; re-establish:here'a railway'base which is eminently the criminal fund, and if they think
that is too much they can work it !$65a10 fiR[ OUT Of THE WAR hundred and twenty-five rooms. It
L : essential, in view.of.the opening of,a new line into Belgium, out on the county- roads- in- four will be five stories in height, fire-
\E* ;xnade-possible by; the fall of Maubeuge. ,The bombardment was :months. John Johnson got three proof and constructed of steel and

j. :conducted( with- ,unabating. ; ,energy d ;.from a, semi-circle of stronglyentrenched ;months of steady work from the connJ J MANY BUSINESS HOUSES ]LETTER FROM COPENHAGEN brick. Work on the structure will be-

positions on the heights north and east.'' of Rheims.Th 1). Will, Gaines and his wife will WIPED OUT BY BIG SAYS GERMANS BUY gin about the first of February and

:i -* .:French; guns ;replied( ffe iivelYe: Most of ,the German gun stick together, both going on the BLAZE AT FANCY PRICES the contract will call for completion
.. roads, but he will get put one month during the summer months, a requirement -
of La Besse. The
"t. .positions are_concealed,on the. heights. Nogent
; being that it be ready for
r ahead of her, his sentence being
u gunnery'Yof'the invaders; has improved- remarkably.Official months while hers is four. Warren About Thirty Thousand Dollars ,Horses and Cattle in Great Demand business when the tourist season begins -

reports: -late ,tonight 'were that the French.have cap- Robinson drew six months. Insurance Will Enable Much and Imported Wheat next year.

,tiired many:Germans. ,,l including'a.number, of Prussian guards, in Among the convicted are negroes of Burned District to From U. S. Is Resold The structure will be thoroughly

':: ,tte; gKtmg; _on.the western end'of the.battle line. who have been notoriously sharp in Rebuild to the Germans modern handsomely in every furnished respect and throughout will be,
'\ dodging the officers in the sale of
:Minister of WarMillerand predicted today that the government -
nothing being omitted that will add
F would,.soon' return to:Paris, .He admitted heavy losses suffered done whiskey in, and securing some evidence good work against was Brooksville, Fla., Sept. 19.-A fire The censorship cutting off all but to the comfort and convenience of the

,by the)allies, but asserted the situation.was highly favorable, the them. here.this morning, 12:35 o'clock de- the most general war news, every tourist and commercial trade to whichit
/ ,Germans;having fared much'worse thane)allies. Other sentences imposed were .in stroyed the principal business blockof word that comes to this country by will cater. The plans call for

h ,During the,:last forty-eight ,hours, the, fighting .has, been con- four: cases for carrying concealed the city causing a loss of approxi- letter or,by returning European tour- steam heat throughout, electric lights,
-' '' "Harry white, mately $65,000, and covered by $30- ists is made all the more interesting.As two passenger and one service eleva
months with credit of 000 insurance. The fire originated in an instance of the completeness of tor, and fifty baths. It will be con-
E' \pressure was'brought to bear,on the center, evidently for the purpose got month three for time spent in a jail., Three one the lower floor of the Hathaway Car- the censorship it is doubtful if any ducted on,both the American and Eu- ;

r- :' 'of:relieving the-right whig.. negroes were also sentenced for the men building in Cappleman's five and one in Orlando had any idea where ropean plan and kept open throughout

'.The. allies continued.. .to "contest the furious advances, the invadersstubbornly same offense.RUSSIANS ten cent store, but it is not known the British were landing troops in the year.
< ,_ rir; the:French,center is pierced'the left oft just how it began. France until the information was given On the fifth floor on the Central
ARE Mr. and Mrs. Cappleman, and Miss through the Sentinel by Mr. Louis avenue front there will be a magnificent -
theleft KMi..Will be forced to retire to a pivotal position on Paris. SAY PRISONERS
t WELL TREATED Taylor, who was spending the night Bas upon his return from France a sun parlor 125x45 feet, and this
,Generally ':there, has been no change, in the alignment of the with Mrs. Cappleman, and who were few days ago, where at Rouen he saw room will be used for balls, banquetsand

opposing armies'except where.General Von'Kluk has drawn closer Petrograd, Sept. 19.-Letters sent asleep in the second story over cap-I 80,000 British troops land and saw conventions. It is understoodthat

'to the forces of General\ Von Buelow. The failure of.the allies.to by Austrian and German prisoners to plem n's store, had a very thousands of wounded from the bat- all the financial details of con-

.gain, ground'indicates.'that. the Germans'have overcome the numerical their respective countries are unani- cape from death, they being forced to tlefield being carried back to England. struction have been provided for and
,?. jump a distance of about fifteen feet 1-I It is a popular belief that in time that everything is arranged prelim-
in to the good treat-
.advantage.which'the defenders,of France enjoyed at theopening mous testifying
: receiving from the to the brick paved streets, in order to the.allies. will starve out the Germans inary to the work of actual construe1 -
they are
.,;. of:the". .battle.' Russians. save their lives. Mrs. Capplemanwas I I having them cut ,off on _alsides tion.
seriously injured, it not yet being : but a letter received yesterdayby ,j:
..AUSTRIAN STEAMER;CAPTUREDIN ]ENTOMBED MINERS ,ARE STILL known how badly,,,while her friend, : City Clerk Carl Jansen from a
- :TIE:;ADRIATIC ALIVE GERMANS CAPTURE2.llJfRENOOIPRI Miss Taylor, had both, ankles badly relative at his old home at Copenhagen GERMANS EXPECTVICTORYK j

wrenched when she jumped. Mr. Cap- Denmark, dispels this illusion.
'London: Sept.A: Star dispatch'from _Eureka, Utah, Sept 19.-Faint tap- pleman was not injured. The letter stated that in Denmark it I
Rome says:warships cruising in ]pings, :were ,heard 'early today from ONE The Brown-Shaner furniture stock was,the belief that the war would lasta ONAISNETHINK
the'.Adriatic ;have captured an Austrian 1 the slope of, 'the Centennial-Eureka !of $7,000 was burned; insurance. $3- long time, possibly years, and as ;;

'-., :.. _'steamer. flying.:the' Greek_ flag, ]l mine;where, 'ten miners, caught 'by a --- !000. Cappleman's, five and ten cent for getting food and supplies, that is FRENCH ARE WEAK- '
-'.' .loaded' with,:;.arms and ammunitiondestined j cavf in Thursday, are entombed. Rescue :- BEAUMONT STORMED AND stock of $1,500 was a, total loss; no not troubling the Germans in the ':
1; for Albania.,, I : gangs :hope :'to reach the en TAKEN BY GERMAN insurance. Peck's grocery store with least. ENING WHILE THEY

tombed men some time'-today. ASSAULT $2,000 stock was a total loss; ,insur- In Denmark, the letter stated, the GROW STRONGER ',',
N. :GERMANS,:EVACUATE :LONDERZEL ance $1,000. Chelf drug 'stock of Germans are making the farmers -

.,AND"TERMONDE CASE OF BUBONIC PLAGUE AT $10,000 was a total loss; insurance rich, buying up all kinds of food- French Aviators Create Terrorby i

V EL,CANEY, CUBA According to Berlin Dispatchvia $5,000. Jennings' stock of dry goods stuffs, cattle and horses being especially Steel Arrows ton
'Antwerp,, B fgiUmvi London, Sayvilfe Wireless Station valued at $9,000 was mostly saved; in demand. The price of horses Dropping
:Sept, 19, The Telegraaf reports that Havana, Cuba, Sept 19.-Bubonic :-Many Guns insurance ,$6,000. Keathley Bros.' for cavalry purposes has gone up to German Soldiers'r
of ,Termonde Londerel plague of which Cuba stock of $7,000 was a total loss insurance '
the, towns ,:and was thought Also Taken ; $250 per head in that country.
> have:been ;evacuated. 'by the;Germans. to have.been cleared, has reappearedat $2,000. The Hathway Car- By glancing at the'map it will be -
This :is ,the, first' time' that El. Caney near. Santiago, whereone men bunding, valued at $5,000, was a noted that Denmark is the only neu- Berlin, Germany, via Rotterdam r
.,..'>these places have'been free of the in- case has been diagnosed.Sani- Berlin, Germany, by wireless by total loss- ; insurance $3,000. The tral country except Switzerland bor- of ,
removal ,. way of Sayville, L..I., Sept 19.-The Coogler building valued at'$1,000 and London, Sept. 19.-Members
vsderencethe: of the Belgian tary authorities have taken all precautions wasa dering on Germany, and Danish importers 4k
I staff here in private conversation -
\: 'caitalltiom'Bruea4sto-, ; : to prevent- the- contagion's following official statement from the total loss; no insurance. The Jen- I are buying large quantitiesof the general have manifested absolute i
of----l spread. German headquarters was issued to- nings building at $10,000 was a total wheat and other necessities abroad,
in the outcome of the bat-
confidence J
,day. loss; $4,000 insurance. The Keathley reselling them to the Germans at
x .MOTHER" OF'-.AtToN' B. PARKER STATE CONVENTION U. D. .C. ."It is reported that a decisive attack building valued at $4,000 was a total I fancy prices. From the tone of the tIe in France, as their own and army the !

,, DEAD - Sister Esther Carlotta, president of is being made by the thirteenthand loss; insurance $1,000. The Lanier letter Denmark is one country that steadily growing stronger been ad-
: of communication
'-, the..Florida division, United Daughters fourth army corps and parts of building (livery stable), valued at is being-enriched by the war, the Ger- lines efficient
; I / to permit a more sup-
." -.t.Xilford. -COBIL. Sept 19.Spe. I 'of the Confederacy notifiedthe other German divisions south of $2,000, was a total: loss; $500 Dsur- mans taking everything offered at justed of provisions and ammunition.
:. 'cial.)- Mrs...Harriet. Stratton -Parker. chapter presidents that"the annual Noyon, with loss. ance. The. postoffice was valued at fancy prices, and Denmark is not I ply The French according to offi-
i \ ::mother"of.Judge. ,Alton,Parker, of state .convention'will be held in "Beaumont has been stormed and $2,000; total loss except fixtures; slow to take advantage of the oppor- cial bulletins,army is showing signs of
;New!TTork, the Deaaecratie;preadenti&l Kisammee; beginning. first Wednes- 2,500 French prisoners captured. At- $1,500 insurance tuni tY. has
and fought
:;. 'candidate' ;in',..1904, ,,.died'l.tre-:today day i in November.. ... tacks _along the' entire battle front Flans for rebuilding will be made' itself having to shot a standstill its being unable to
are being easily repulsed in most instances, at once. dissatis-
+ at; ,the. samf hose of her : A hired girl is naturally fill its depleted ranks like the Germans -
L ,da gh er., ";*&.* 'viMrvt. Or- ,THE: WEATHER HMany guns and prisoners have fied in a family where the Old Man while Germans are slowly bat
: wge: unij/Nor,York,' ,1&*W:;.89J Florida: Local. showers: Sunday been captured though' the number is BASEBALL RESULTS persistently declines to turn the ice
; ars, 'of nge. and probably: Moaday. not yet.avail ble. cream freezer. (Continued on page 8)
:. ... The invasion of the Alpine riflemen Federal League I
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--- the OSge8-- into the Brei-
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-' l' Pittsburg 10, St. Louis&
LiI, Two Known Sumvonof each_valley has been repulsed Buffalo 4, Indianapolis 3.. Speaker Clark's Daughter Has
"The German eastern,armycontin. Baltimore 6, Chicago 7. (

: the ft 74\ Foundered- - Steamer ues its:and operations is advancing, in Suwalki. against province the Brooklyn'Naii'6-12;a1 Kansas League City 26. Plan to Aid the Cotton Growers

.. ..... -- 0 Russian forces.
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[" ; ''Dispatches 'from Agram report New York 5, Chicago 4.

r( Astoria Ore' Sept19With < ,(Special. ). who.is'reported safe aboard a steam- that, the victory_ over the Servians Boston 9, Pittsburg. I Washington, Sept. 19.-(Special) suggests that a week be set aside In

: ':- _at.leat: seventy-fenr: peesoas" er now,outside off,the Columbia river \Ufar_ : greater than at first believed. Brooklyn 6-8, Cincinnati 06. -Miss Genevieve: Clark, daughter of October for a nation wide bargainsale

.,.- "_ .-on' board,;. t. e.. :steamer.JFraacia. i ,H.Lftggett and.which:wfll:enter:.port tomorrow. The Servians were' completely Philadelphia 7-7, St. Louis 06. Speaker Champ Clark, has inaugu- of cotton goods at all stores.
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foundered ".yesterdim; the There lire several other, steamers routed and :were driven' in flight American ague rated a 'movement of national importance The speaker's daughter was led to

,off tl eoregon out,'siityfii which'have:)jeised:in :the:;:search for across.;the .Save ,river. 'Many, were Chicago 1, New York 4., which will go far towards solving make the suggestion through her interest -
iJDnZ\-so i11 Of. :;the' Codu b&-"ri_, ; survivors.: The Leggett :left:: Abe. d ow ed.- Cleveland 5,.Boston.1. the cotton situation. Her suggestion in the serious condition that

{ and but'.two. of: ':those, 'aboard..are .c eB.-at\-,' efet,4 ;o'clock- .Wednesday. Detroit 4, Philadelphia.3. is ,that American women adopt confronts the cotton growers of the
--;j.bown'tove.: 'beta saved. .They;are e VtBi c.With'her puaoongcr'acceaaoditww : 'IArge'mlitmq. map of Europe, open St:"Louis' 1-3,'Washington 42. American 'fashions and use cotton South and a desire to rally American
Aliia d Famil te; t ata'P tat :full'and acapac ydirge.ofUnbeK or:fekfeg,' 15c.;:war-atlas 25c.. :CurtisO'Neal fabrics freely in their evening dresses women to a greater use of this great

.neon. ,t'oar;y-aad'CIi' eI-..,:.. ua; ;* '- :" .. \7 ,, ;- ', ,C neitpostoffice.: ., ,Get the news first in the-Se&tmeL as well as house dresses. She further, American product.Y .
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:', : .J i .'' unloaded a car of modern 1 Woo 1 Woo 1 Dudley Matthews
From ttac to tin One of the greatest- trials of theaewapaper '
1 Munfftpk. pob-. I That family pride'has' often been machinery and will open
>_.\, .... .raoei a .written tad f Velb ItPleia ,profession is_that,its members ARCHITECTURAL AND
the ruination of wash next GENERAL
many ;men
':- .as:to':why they compelled'see'more of the. young Core Pine
Ib" : ', ; meted" tbI are and women. Wood Sup DRAFTING.
.. or 'that, or wby-'iIon't.prl&t; fthis shame 'of; world- ,than.Uany: other 14th.On

..; ,K>"t, :pse'resder.in; apoplectk. ,profession.' Thrn'everyaeWspapero That, it ,takes-some strong minded chines account not yet'arrived of several, will I in any quantity ent Blue office Printing drawings and,Map show Work.cards,Pat-and
.> .'"eri a his stopped because -- >Ilce-day; after day, lL.the wickedness commercial
: ; paper : men and women to,.admit they are his complete laundry and i general art. Perspectives
II' of,the world, church bic rings, in color fiat washes.YoweUDuckwrtrurBuilding.
certain or
a; articleappeared; and '* '
gong when they are ing until September 28th. FIVE
i, ; ,uaother.aaieu ica y orders.his stopr and all,the mistakes that Want to be ROOJIL.1z
If the
damp was
= becaoJBe as corrected, 'all the dull speakers that you, OR MORE '
H pod article seemed to him I
That who have 654
some people nothing or drop, a card.
: :-tobe'based' C 'other words failed want to be;thought eloquent, all the
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tl I "" '.,. else to apologize for should'apologize : REEL'S STEAM PHONE 542
: : c'ances"m that wants to gets its wares
to place tfce the par- meanness I(for being permitted to be on earth.. For whites pnlj 9-lo-diwtf
; iae ;ligbt;in:wkkh be,.'viewed it: noticed.gratis in the editorial columnsin \:! BARLOWTelephone

w I.; ;"For; editroriah.comment 'to 'cause.,a }order to save the tax of advertising I That there is nothing; ; a' married I

."" t1. _;m., -,.'atexpression" of._ ,his columns; ,all ,the, cracked brain woman in_ Greenville enjoys more If you want your bicycle 375 f
-;'j ,_difference .of: opinion: is: a perfectly philosophers whose stories are' as longas than helping a spinster get into the a hurry take it to Street, near ,A. C. L. :
'f; .legitimate pro edur ," ,and adds. to ;their hair and_as gloomy as their same kind of trouble; Shop. GKCOInsect
' fl ':.the gayety:of;nations; but, fcrnews : fingernails in mourning because be- Tracks i
,'. ,.ntirely"iuogiai action.' I reft of, soap, all the'bores :who come I ;; GOOD PRINTINGWe
tjL That though straight aidna Killer 'ViIIRid i
-.. ,l Many;:people; do.:: not 8.tay.to con I to,stay a few minutes but stay hours.Thru are in a better I
be all the
to II
row path good,
: may you
: ''I ;sider"; that' &.'newspaper, is primarily all the;editorial and reportorial ever to give you the very I
will find the
biggest crowd
trotting printing, as we have a
J.n: .a ample,''commodity. 'One :man' or rooms all the follies and'shame of theworld.are r
:- down the great white boulevard. equipped with all modern
' .=itseveral have' taken".up the work of seen day, by day ,and ,the and the.very latest in type : Sale Your house of all insects.
'Igatlie iDg,aid printing, 'according to temptation is to believe neither God Greenville you are,now"numbered with i
That there is in
'Mw,,the facts e concerning the public nor man, nor woman._ It is no surprise one man tomers we need no Quarts 35c. Gallon $1.00
who tells that he would
grandma not, then
I you are we
? of, the world 'or certain to tell me that in, this profession --
occurances. ,a ciate the to
rather have a half dozen teeth, ex- opportunity For sale
: 11 part\thereof. 'They, sell their commodity there are so many skeptical men.I tracted than visit his wife's relations. that we are producers of a carload of Jersey Milk

.' ;'. to the general. ,public.. with,the only,wonder that journalists believe Printing.THE
SENTINEL, sale, and people of the sur Carruthers & GoreWOOD.
tactic understanding that all the news anything..Talmage.
:obtainable 'is"coatained5therein. J I I That he didn't write for two weeks I country are invited to in-
. i' Get the in the S
news FLA.'J
and there was weeping and wailing'and
Ii "v3ecause k; the purts' Within .the MRS. WILSON'S BILL PASSES,: gnashing of teeth, but when he IiI stock.
H United States prices. Call address
: are constitutionally THE SENATE I on or
public places :thenewspapers have I appeared ,in person, and explained I j I N. SEWELL, COAL AND ICE
--.t. : ,come .tq.;regkrd .as' perfectly !I matters, they kissed and made up and Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
; proper Washington, Sept. 18. The dying,i W Winter Garden, Fla.
ft'b i; for publication, all charges, trials request of Mrs. Woodrow Wilson was now the wedding day has been set. I I PRINTING G Coal Yard, phone 566. 9.31tiDon't
P and'convictions I
f.. brought these and fulfilled today when the senate passed
' H l within4-their jurisdiction. Likewise' the ,house bill eliminating crowded REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY H. FOR SALE the advertisements daily. overlok the want ads.

f' .with accidents,.sickness, death, 'marriage : dwellings in the slums of Washington. C. McDANIEL

;/ ,=;operations'"m the. business oft .. The measure resulted from Mrs.
.:, l. .the ;community,, social activity, ,etc, Wilson's personal investigations and Twenty acres on Lake Gatlin, Consisting of I I
they,believe that.these facts, "'are-legitimate was one outgrowth of;her charitable about 18 planted to oranges and I Job Press, 14x22 with

;'l news. work among the capital's poor. grape fruit trees, 5, years, old, fully Imposing Stone, 26x44 in THE OLD RELIABLE
A'large'percent of the news'matter -' 1,000 boxes now on trees. If you desire Perfection A Wire Stitcher. :
'of modern journalism'is obnoxious KEEP AHEAD this property, will be divided One-half Case Wood DANN'S TRANSFER

or.unsatisfactory" to isolated readers Of' your neighbor by reading the giving two fine building sites with 280 pieces. '
i1 ::here' and there, ,but':that, can hardly Sentinel. every morning and getting Lake Gatlin in front overlooking 12 Galleys, brass lined, 6% Dr. B. D. WIENANGA
l ,advanced as an argument'against all the news first three other lakes. Price for 20 acres 1 Galley, brass lined, Prop.
" .,; h :the: publication; of:what some or all ' $12,000 'or $6,000 for half. Nothing Horton Mailer

'-' }' of-,fee pleWanto know: D n't wait for every ODe In town to better in Florida. Owner has repeatedly Utility Lead Cutter. Livery Draying and Hauling
Editors...cannot:take it'upon themselves . have Entrican, ,the painter, ,before refused to sell, but on account 30-inch Jewel Paper Cutter. ,
.: .',to become co-censors. with individual you try. Am: too busy' to look you sickness he is unable to come 1 Challenge Proof Press,
:_ t! members, of society; and jot up. Phone 626,,and I will be 1-20-tf on the. to Florida to live as.he. intended. iron frame. I

11 'weed out'this"or that because' it will Two 3 acre tracts overlooking Or- 1 horsepower Motor. i I WE GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
_1 "hurt'this _that lando-fine lake view, good neighborhood .
,or person or bring undue We ,insure your lire ,and loan you 2 Counter Shafts with I
: '.I 'publicity to. this"'or: that place, money on real estate at 6 per cent. good land and splendid for hangers complete.Ink .. .
,'. ij condition :or circumstance. It,. is a interest. Guarantee Life & Loan.Co., surburban homes. Price $1,000 each. Slab, 12x18. <
"?'-' 't : newspaper's mission 'editorially, to Curry Building, Tampa,3-25-d&wtf Fla. $2,000. About 1,000 lbs. 10 pt. AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK.

j t:1 ,fight for the,.right;.for advancement, 10'acres all cleared, north ,tide Several job fonts, racks I I

;. ol, ':for:law' and,order and the'stamping" NEW CANCER REMEDY Lake Ivanhoe overlooks Orlando, quoins and 'other I Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
H :out.'of'corruption;: but' in its news splendid land and a fine home site, This material is all in 1
-:' i r :columns,,the newspaper's, duty is to Removes cancels, tumors of all The stucco cottage on Cathcart Stone condition and will be sold HORSES FOR SALE
': L prewnt the facts with absolute truth, kinds. No money until you are sat- block north of Eola Park, just best offer to close an
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W .r,aides.':; 'heating., The' public is the Bldg.943-lOt Lafayette street, Tampa, Fla. i jvenience-large lot, stone garage, APPLY BOX 35, 257. Orlando, Florida

Jf _jary/nof the cewsr editor or, the'disgrnntled5refuier.Plant ,beautifully situated and will be sold ORLANDO
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)5 S Situated five miles south East of Orlando 14 large Pecan trees about 20,years old in full bearing within a block of their freight depot. 150 feet front and

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25 acres of truck land cleared and ready to be

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t the ;second highest elevation, in Florida Balance of acreage adapted for citrus fruit and two weeks.

s trucking. Also virgin timber and grazing land all under
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pineapples and bananas have been successfully

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

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

Ii all, the years'of the present occupant. A money maker from.the start with bigger pros- 16 bearing orange trees and enough ground to make a
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11 ; beariig. implements are included in the sale. This property can

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AN ORDINANCE 'eatablbh
to a Board of
J'. .. Health for the City of Orlandu
; :t Be it Ordained by the City Council of the. THERE IS SOMETHING FOR YOU AT THE
't\i City of Orlando: .
;: oW
J,.; J Section L That a Board of Health 'of the
. ... W;, \<. City of Orlando be and the same is hereby
: -'..:. '< created and established. The said Board shall
3 .Si y yv, consist of five members, citizens of the city.
R two of whom shah be the Commissioner baying
r. charge of the Sanitary Department of the GRAND.
city and the City Physician. euoffieSo: and .
t' the other three members two of whom shall
be regular physicians practicing in the city
and one member who shall not be a physician .
: shall be elected by the City Council at
s' its first regular meeting in January of each

", :,J.;. '' year the Term or as of soon three thereafter years Provided as practicable that the for EVERY DAY THIS WEEK._ LOOK THIS OVER -_

f' first election shall take place as soon as practicable -
after' the adoption of this ordinance CAREFULLY AND BE CONVINCED
S ti.l. when the City Council shall elect one member
to.serve until January, 1916 one member'to
serve until January 1917' and one member
until January 1918. and thereafter all elec- MONDAY"Little Mary" Pickford. "Reporter
tions for aid members shall be held in Jan- Jimmy Intervenes." A Seleig Special Feature.An .
nary, beginning in January 1916 for the full
term of three years. Vacancies'in office may Edison and a Vitagraph Comedy.
i .. vv" ''+sHwnS y v8,::;{' K$rg.,;,"{ :ky be filled at any time for the unexpired term.
p All members shall hold office until their
successors shall be duly elected and quali
l::: r..f Y.'d'KM'v. h :.k.M1)i.9.v.f.r
w9 :ri:. A.R fied.Section 2. The Commissioner shall be the TUESDAY-"Pauline." See what the snake does.

....rct+ecq' ..: ;y> rnw5 ly;!Sr fi'nniv;: b't chairman of the said Board and the City Physician "The Fatal Portrait," a Kalera Special Feature.A .
1 shall be. ita secretary and its execu- .
tive officer. and an Essanay.

.. Section 1 The Board of Health shall pre-
: } orYar7+ u? crI
Yw aCli :
h xv. pare' all rules and regulations which in its
.: t 0- opinion are necessary for the good health of
f: ;; T '.' ,. .- '.. the city and shall submit them to the City WEDNESDAY-"Col. Eeeza Liar." "Nuff Sed." -

:-t'' iArrer. ; \. ,,iu. Presi'/sodttfon-\ '-- Council Section 4. The Board, shall report to the "The Moonstone of Fez," a Vitagraph Special in two

',--::-- -, City Council whenever required by either general parts, featuring Maurice Costello.A .
t or special resolution of the City Council.
y ;HItE COURT, REVIVED ,AFTER like any ordinary legal proceedings. RECALL FAILED IN PENSACOLA Adopted September 4th 1914. Kalem and a Biograph.THURSDAY"Little .

a : .SIXTY. ':YEARS. ",... CDifference of language, distance, ,and Pensacola, Fla., Sept. 18.The recall Attest: J:. F. SPERRY Mayor. -
icil .
'So 1 .. the impracticability of collecting foreign election in Pensacola yesterday CARL JANSEN, City Clerk. Mary" Pickford, "Eva the Cigarette ,

(_By(Herbert Temple; European,Man- witnesses for crossexaminationare failed in its purpose. Mayor Green- Girl," Biograph.
aifcr of the' International all factors which help to put any- hut and Public Safe- NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY .
. ; News Commissioner of "The False and the True," Vitagraph featuring Dorothy
thing like normal legal methods out u S. District Court Southern District of
'S |4ice.) ty Pou were returned in spite of the Florida Kelly and James Morrison..

idon, Sept.18 The capture.by of the question. Accordingly, a' series vigorous campaign in behalf of 0. J. ]'. n the matter of Hamilton & Dunn, Carrie An Edison and an Essanay, featuring "Broncho Billy"
rules have been and Maggie Hamilton BankruptTo .
of simple tests or
:Britjph craieen of German'merchant Semmes, Jr.., and J. N. Andrews, both ; the Honorable the Judge of the District
yessjls:allover. 'the, world .since.' thebegtinig laid down relating the ship papers, of whom had the endorsement of the Court of the United States for the Southern
District of Florida
i 'of the: great',European' war. the character and destination of the good government league, which was Hamilton &; Dunn Carrie: and Maggie Hamilton FRIDAY-Daniel Frohman presents, the original All

,h4used j the: admiralty .to revivethat'ancient ' cargo, and the answers of those onboard' :i formed to foster the election. and ,state of Orlando of Florida in, in the said county district of, Orange respectfully -, Star Cast" including Mary Pickford in "A Good Little

:institution, the prize to ''the interrogatories put to During the afternoon a heavy rain represent that on the 22nd day of July Devil. A Paramount production.
them. ,H these rules transgressed last past they were duly adjudged bankrupt
haye'be n
a court. The. 'captured, vessels,. now. fell, and the vote in the outlying precincts under the acts of congress relating to bank
}4l I the government must be dispose the .presumption is againstthe was considerably smaller than ruptcy; that they have duly surrendered all
I their property and rights of and
;of,'and the'proceeds, accordingto ship, and she is condemned in the was expected. However, the vote in have fully complied with all requirements property of SATURDAY-"The Toll," a Vitagraph Special in two
absence of contrary proof in her said acts and of the order of the court touch. parts featuring James Morrison
ecedent the close-in George Cooper and
} :will prorated among I precincts was ,unusually ing said bankruptcy. ,
'tte en:who;made:.the captures. favor,' which, of course, it is nearly heavy. Wherefor they pray that they may be decreed Dorothy Kelly.

.N$ for sixty/yearshasla; prize. always:impossible to give. On the Early returns indicated that Mayor from all by the debts court provable to have against a full their discharge estate An Essanay and an Edison, featuring "Andy."

":eomf eat in.Englead.. 'The,last was other hand, if the rules have not been Greenhut was returned over C. J. under said bankrupt acts, except such debts
: as are excepted by law from such discharge. A SUPERIOR PICTURE PROGRAM FOR THE BETTER
in :1S54, in the Crimean' war;; when transgressed presumption Semmes by a majority approximating Dated this 8th day day of September A. D.

the lite of.'the,Lecade, was 'decided. other way, suspicions are disregardedin 300 votes. 1914.HAMILTON PHOTOPLAY THEATRES

In ::til wan .of the present' genera- -: this country, that is, for the Russian -I MAGGIE HAMILTON&; DUNN BankruptIn CARRIE AND

--practice is different and the. the Matter of Petition for Final Discharge WATCH OUR GREAT
:" _tionf:(half:forgetful of the'possl'bili COLORADO MINE OWNERS MAY : IMPROVEMENTS

:' :that. ;'this country" might once,again captive goes free.It' ACCEPT PEACE WITH On this 16th day of September. A. D. 1914<<, $1,000.00more
,; will be' that the ship on reading the foregoing petition it is or-
: be rJTept; into a huge :inernational papers STRIKERS dered by. the Court that a hearing be had
stru le the expressions -the; books, passes, charter parties, upon the same on the 16th day of October, expenditures on the State's Finest Picture Theatre.
I "prize
lS.-The Colorado
Washington Sept. A. D. 1914. before said court
eottrH- "'|and"prize;f of'war" have. a re- bills of lading; letters, and so forth- coal operators today asked President ,in said district at ten o'clock in the forenoon Think this over and realize just what it means. to
incite found on board are of the greatest I : and that notice thereof be published in ORLANDO
'd'. To many i Wilson to receive them next the Orlando Sentinel a newspaper printed in
,the'i EunfAmflia.1"J9UDd.to of the. prize court importance if the ship is to be 'con- I Wednesday to discuss the tentative said district and that all known creditors
and other in interest
persons may at
appear i
<. victed "out of her own mouth.
:shtit ; today the :Royal basis for settlement of the strike, already said time and place and show cause, if any
; Where the make significant they have why the prayer of said petitioner s
cOurU papers ORCHESTRA5c
i of Justke probably. lit
convey accepted by the miners. The should not be granted. ,
.tied'f finite:meaning. i revelations, or where there is a discrepancy president immediately wired his consent And it is further ordered by the Court, that
,. between the andtheship's the Clerk shall send by mail to all known
,: CY means spoil'taken from. .the papers creditors notice of said petition and this order -
,course, the evidence againstthe addressed to them at their places of res-
.en ,ion.land.' 'Prize means ship, or It is understood the operators are idence as stated.
'good taker On the,water. The'first ship may'be even more damning not ready to accept the entire proposal Winess: The Honorable' Rhydon M. Call lOc
: than that afforded by the character of Judge of he said Court, and the seal thereofat
Ii.NiDP1eair:, f belligerent is inpoes4 and desire to offer some sugges- Jacksonville in said district on the 16th
aon ;of certain. ,property; his the cargo or. the statements of her tions. day. of September A. D. 1914.
\ - crew. It .is, therefore, one of the A true copy.EUGENE "- \
: takes ,
from him
coaifftiror it: ; and D DODGE, Clerk.;
tlseriati is first duties of.the captor to secure all
; mare to be said Prize For sale.-A well bred driving
'mocb the papers,. and arrange and number :
ore complicated. The capture
sound and in ROME DISPATCH
mare- gentle, her SAYS AUSTRIA
them and when the prize has been
., .. _' ;of.a rap, may give: rise to all sorts of into the prime. Any lady can drive; cityi ""\ DESIRES PEACE
> brought
< port are
1 jnsafecting; .,.. .'.nations' .' .;; who,_ .' are"war papers broke. There can be nothing betterin r
riot 11-.a handed over to the custody of
a at .whose rights: as As the horse line for ladies and chil London, Sept. 18.-Austria is desirous -
of the court
registry prize soon
::neatrarise Is' mast be' respected: Irls dren. ,No dealers or liverymen need of peace according to a Rome dis- Hammond & Gore
ship is condemned it is the
''here hat: the' needfor, adjudication .as a prop-
'she must have home. the
apply, a 'good patch to Daily Telegraph, which
of the Crown and it
t erty was .as
and is :
it in
| order to settle all
t Price Also and harness internal
$150. buggy represents conditions, par-
of the Crown that the
.c !,sUch' ?) lh l(uestieBS. and'to'decide- in "each grantees of rich, in the old captors cheap. ticularly in Bosnia, Croatia and Dal- FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
prizes days
: .
;ia ; whether the captive is or is
spoil. C. McDANIEL. matia, as disastrous.MeiiMMIMMMIIIIIMMiilllMMHIIIMiMMIMM.
enriched The
'not.Lwful prey ttat recourse,is had were by the sys- I"H. 9
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,to Virae 'court' like 'that over which I tern, however, worked'unfairly to the
'SJtmuel navy as a whole,:for the actual captors -
-Sir Evans will be presiding'in COMPARE

thl|'course..'.of. ...the. next few. days. :were, ordinarily commanders
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;it_Wt:ia'hlmoat m a ship,always belongs', ,lawful to .the, to:enemy, take upon and crews the of enemy's fast cruisers commerce who,preyed while lll S ll[ [: Winter ar OUR FURNITUREWe

;her: I=Then ire a very ;few'euep'tIOUS.Aflebing those bearing the Brunt of battle in f i

!|j boat,is' exempt' and the heavy ships of the line got noth- provide the quality of furniture that has long F

** .'so;isA tsm u local trading vessel, and ing. A new plan is now being adopted Test' College: art Host Beautiful Grounds Ie Florida been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

a. miftoa ship/and a ship 'conveyirfexchai ,_and it is to be hoped that in its standard of.merit. If an article is here it is good.

,. aged prisoners" war. Apart working it will not deprive the navy, College, Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic It wouldn't'be here were it otherwise. "We can't make

:from(loch,trifling and'fairly,obvious which guards our very existence as and Industrial Arts, Business, .Teacher's Course this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof

1:, y exceptions S a:ship: sailing' under, the a nation,,9r the rewards that are: its Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection this business, and that means much to any buyer.

..:; {';,cillOr?or pass'of the,enemy:relay=81ways due, but: will only provide for their ;; fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dollar

Jt taken:Neither in bur:own wa- more,equitable.distribution.. endowment. Three teachers of music; $5,000.ofgan,
on tiie.high:; seas.. It: is:when Prize courts are still subject onlyto a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs,chorus class. Superb new ,
s'If .
.;'a vet flies;a neutral'flag _that dif, their own.sovereigns. Belligerentsare rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.
l' sole 1n their chemical and physical laboratories equipped with I
fieulti. i begin. .If 'neutral. flag judges own cause, every
} : oisted l aboard' ,an enemy ship and it is not surprising that their decisions modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods., water. Ja

withojf t'a'bona fide sale and delivery have often bene disputed by Preparation for engineering course. 3

'to''aj i! eutral completed 'by' the pay- neutrals.. To avoid these difficultiesand Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football,

*Mfflent. I the:purchase money, there is the.' necessity of- getting overt Christian but undenominational; expenses moderate.

> em by such cumbrous expedients as Scholarships available. For catalogue address
: of and the
no.tn: nsfer. property, .enemy -
mixed ,commissions at the end of. a
hip is._.an enemy ship stilL :
Aga'a ship,: the.undoubted.property war, various plans for an international WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN,

neutral : be court.have been formulated, and in
'ofa: : :may, violating her
,, neutrfity. She may have committedri 1907 at The Hague Conference, after Ph. D. LL. D., President

'i' 'b :h of blockade. she'may have endless discussion, a convention was liilllMIMIMM

& actually framed. The rule to be applied r
. contraband. on boards-goods,
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'.that into say,:that'are deemed seay1 however, remained. the subjectof --i

Adapted ,for warlike_ purposes.Or such conflicting views that it was .
,not practicable to set.up the court &
C .mtramd-geeds sh'

:neutral ship' '.k',bound'for.an ordinary' VERA CRUZ GIVE THE CHILDRENCORRECT Effective from August 1, 1914 to August

'commercial pert,'a-cargo not specially i 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc

'warlikl l|will be'::preeamed, not to be Vera Cruz, Hex., Sept. 18.-The tion during that time: .
intend i to;aid.ai belligerent, but to'' American authorities shore at STATIONERYAnd

!fib into dC d for civil use only;whereas Vera Cruz today began returning Touring Car $555.00Runabout

:if r e devtiaatioa be Ci.m11'ltary' or ', their owners the thousands -of arms 505.00

'naval put ion ,:a r.* precisely: :opposite' with, the exception of rifles which they. will take .pride in -
.conclusiOn" .taken'by them from' the* residents F. 0. B. Orlindo. All on fully equipped
be dawH. Moreover. were
r the ne-attal ship may":lose-.' her charac-; 'of Vera Cruz 'at the time;of writing-- .their letters.s. Farther:, we will W able to obtain the naximBm efficiency

terbj conveying military or naval of- the; American occupation last.[April; in ou factory production and the minimum tort in ewptrehadsff
; reach entp t .fSH.
; Correct letter, writzg.is both and ules departments if we aa
: :fieersvgi.beer'sPath. : : difi-.. L j .'" ears between the above datea.
'In'.such.eveata she:is liable I JAP-A: AIRSHIP :MOPS'BOMB,ON. 'A ;aa [it',and" an J'acco ishment.Gnat's. And _ala we reach this production, we agree to pay u
.equally with the avowed to'be :GERMAN SHIP l' the buyer's share from $40 to SCI per ear (.n er about
enemy r : .. to retaIl buyer who purchases a newF.rd
1.1115) every
A rut
ptar$|:aiQfwhere, "eaeeft"wftm..the i .. -':Linen. .:, Lawn, ) .pre- ear between August 1. IIU and Atput 1. 19 1S.
'territtizutlwt s:of:ii::fie tralst4e.: ,I Tokio, Japan,,;Sept.-'18.-':'VKeU _-' tie:hihes- .' t:armanuof Per farther,partkulan regarding these low price and profit-

-iTh kar a'few of tire ge ethat', '1 miral Sadakkhi:Sato,.areal tact t f .:> -" .1<. '.., . ihariAc plan, see

,_J V'i'L.r, J1 W,1r1w' :.MI'I&.L.::..: captureova ,' '.1 the second AJafaaeae, :'C s "i < :::' '
', ''. ." .shipat: ,1ei. '8r eet1e.; ;mapor-' I anaoinced,: '.reports vaM,, .. r : .f-

'" taneecf. ";the'Irnk_ ;> _. that: (".the' -. :matter date;of Sejpe _'17.that'a inoiter ; Weare.gcrctize. .. ", Phone 226

; shall.l w brought'promptly court'aciudieatioa :by" :seapkae;: over Kin. Mkses
ate' :, ; and Bfaaitt.. fer Oa*tr, ,
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.OMNM''AM.;'WCHHYJOJUlFHiTD. .' faker charlatans and'impostors open etiquette is,very improper to vawn, in a private house in or near town.room

f. '. : : .; > UtoruUOwra, atag as clairvoyants,fortune tellers, but'from the standpoint. health'it Address "C.," 606 North Orange avenue -
i- -- etc.., It'is astonishing :i tb: pwtofiei nQr; _
illtIr d st OrUwfcvHk : r. "
8MM4 OMS MQ Matter. age these fakers Can find aid For' one. thing; a yawn ventilates

,. fI '," army, of..people" ,to" _flock to r them.y 1 the lungs- When. you take''an ordinary sour orange, 400
. ?V_ :'SUBSCRIPTION. ..lUTBsfDtily.itYearV.i , I grapefruit stock, 2 or 3 years old;
: ,' ?,,T.- ...:...<.;.......... .-;-6.00' Women "in' society": women of culture ,breath the lungs are not completely must, be thrifty, good. State pricein
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il ".Daily/* Monte* ;....................... tM -join with cooks and washerwomen .' filled ,nor are they'thoroughly reply. Address "Grower," care of
: : ...;-,Daily. I Ikmtts".."..'...i..v..... L'!" Sentinel 9196td&wWANTEDA
CJ. : '1>aII1': ':""" :'-'...i....,.1l.NNR J* in patronizing these fakers emptied by an ordinary respira w
r and ,of .them return and tell ion. There is a certain quantity
." 1 iW': ..:.:.. .: .....j.f'i.oo' some tenant for 8 acres of
'-.: :1' .Weekly.y;,Kostb" .:......!....!,...... .: '.75" most marvelous stories. In some instances air left in the, lungs always-what truck land, 5 room house; arrange-

: '; r 'ABVANCE' of the-patron and when she writes"if This air in time becomes foul and mile from the court house. Call at

1 ._.- , Sarah,Johnson, 2686 Main street, he affects.. the blood, and through the 703 West Central avenue. 9-19-St

7 Fh![ "",' ADVHTBEB8,..: : retires into another.rom 'to 'get into blood the nervous centers. Then at .-'
c,i, ier +igiq'sat d 'otfeer kuiectMrt : He certain{ times certain FOR SALE-10 cres'of new land
r his spell. grabs a city directory nerves gettickled under --
11'1 -sbertirlM he bead ia at 1M bi...tII good hog-proof fence, 1-1-2 --
. flee ef the Scifed .et later tisa't F"Rt while alone and sees uJames Johnson as it were, and the result is along acres cleared, with six room house,

t 'lire- tV Wen.. ,.WlntJ N. TIlls nitcfciBCts applies ,' plumber, 2686,Main street. He drawn out yawn, which,has the wash house, barns, chicken houses,
; 4s fey"aatrset efortUBc; it b .
a '
': lavuulbsadwlllM; strictly'adhere*.to.. returns, and rubs his .forehead and power of stretching the lungs to their and a good well $500 cash, to quick
Ii -' buyer. Address, care Sentinel office.
; with_ ,dreamy eyes asks: "Who is fullest extent, driving out all the foul 9206tT. 1
: .,' '&SIriQ--The Seentind discon-
'--1 tined should notify the o81ee in writing on James I associate him with pipes air and drawing in a supply of fre HOME(

:l; the date of apiratloa.'othenriae it will be"j and the earth. Oh,, he's .a plumber.He pure air.Yawning. T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
: eoatinaed at the. regular subscription rates
1 ; tail notice to stop.k;received. is in your life." too, is beneficial to your Conscientious work at fair prices.
Phone 629. 106 Court
"j 'The poor',woman admits he's her hearing. When you give an extra big St 8-23-tf

"; ..t SUNDAY- ;SEPTEMBER ;20, 1914. husband and exclaims: "Oh, this is yawn you hear a cracking sound inside

and she 'coughs head. ,That is due to the CAKE SALE
., marvelous up' another your (ffFEOTS(
J{l Be, jolly-but don't be-'jollied. 'dollar or.two and the,faker proceeds stretching of certain tubes which connect
" Circle .No. I
of the
i ;. ; -0 to fill, her with: a lot of stuff the ear and the back, of the Presbyterian
tl sOTBTHtmlwilist about good'tunes ahead"and how happyhe's throat. If they are congested, as Ladies' Aid Society will hold a cakes .
-\n A can .not help .it,
Ie. at the Yowell-Dackworth store
when have bad cold
be-that relative happens
to a
going a you
: X11 but,all men who stay oat late.at night
-: ," .are not SomnamhulittL is going to leave her some ,money- the head, you complain of deafness.If Saturday afternoon, beginning at 4 spring time young men's

.J o. that her husband is true to. her, and you feel inclined to yawn, by all o'clock. II 1 thoughts turn to love; in Fall

As, the food 'prices continue, to goop other;nonsense of a similar character. means do so, regardless of what your time wives and housekeepers
Don't the Sentinel
forget want ads.
1 I ,it is fortunate.that there comes a The deluded'woman, goes home to book on etiquette may say. turn to thoughts of the rejuvenation

:;"' time when.a;boy,:outgrows his appe her neighbors and tells them howwonderful : of their homes.
- Professor Rikaf is and her i'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'T.

.;;:." tt J '.titelOf, JJ report sends other women to be. TO ARMOURThe might energetically kick at the
\tl 0i
/ F. _mAN high cost of
; i .coarse. a bathing girl can't learn duped. living, and maybe
The faker laughs in his sleeve, first train load of the secondshipment justly
ii to swim without going near the water; Licensed Plumber and so, but the echo of his
and banks 'em. of cattle being sent to Armour
counts his. dollars
: advertising: has won many a hus protest against beautifying his
. Sanitary Engineer
:,' band. There are women, in this city ,who & Company from Kissimmeeleft
,'."Iii Estimates Furnished. home would be so modest as to
.'t' have deprived themselves of necessities the city Thursday night Satan Jobbing '
,1 i Promptly Attended to. be 'almost
day the second train load will unheard.
-&, No ,September morn yet seen was in order to pay some lying go

:i 'tip 1 ,much of ji shock after having 'survived scoundrel to tell her fortune. north. PHONE 629 -

< ,aD that. shows through in the It's a great gamesome of these invaders The entire shipment this' time numbers -, 106 Court Street
work on Floridians, but they about 1,500 head of cattle. Parties Let
:good old summer time. I us help do
t.. [ H get the coin and find the "suckers."- furnishing the stock are Carson 8IUNIO, FLORIBA you

', 'I o Dixie. Cattle company, A. F. Bass, Leslie & WI.1mMcCUllOCU'S i
_ 111 _King:.Georgitalks about "my army, your planningOur
Bass, Rull Bass, 'Henry T. Bass, W.
": 'M and navy- which are MMMMMMMMMHMMtIMMHMMMIMHMilM
'. ..my Vy we convinced
POINTED PARAGRAPHS R. Godwin, J. R. Donegan and W. E.
: l th ': 'that he is'a reactionary. A stock of House-Furnishings

!li l progressive would say "our army. and Smith. now that our NEW GOODS
'.. } Nature study walks give the girlsa J. R. Bronson shipped in four car
- ,;tt oar navy" have arrived is
t(1 quiet chance to talk fashions. loads of beef cattle from Suwanneecounty positively com
( i 0
t. this week and immediatelysold plete.
11.j; The citrus canker threatens Florida
Scatter your, trouble to the four them to Henry T. Bass, who will
: 11
,more injury'than.all the wars of all -
winds and they will do the rest pasture them at Southport and hold
..: i' ,ales, and a )iittleler: war talk and ,
them for another The
shipment We
year. can cater for
more canker fight would be good for any Style,
: .
'5 }. : ? He is, a "dead"-farmerr. who does included 177 head of stock three Department Stored .. <
tAe'state. any Effect
: ,! old and up.-Valley Gazette.
l ifJ 0 not raise "live" stock these days. years

,: ht :His Satanic Majesty must feel -
this world An editor should not be
'! And lots of men in seem
alighted because none of the European
i, to have been born to take the place to know the names and residences o fall Take
. ; .::nations have asked ,his assistance Jelly Tumblers Your ChoiceOf
of uncles, aunts, and cousins,
punching.bags. your
/ tl1 I i --but.hell get all that's, cominto' g .
even if he should see them get on or

..'" : i,Ii bin anyway.I . ., _0 Uncle Sam has taken whole. stock off the train. Tell us about it. Its Fruit Jars any of these new decorative

, The Southern Express company lag full of toll money from the Pan news that makes the newspaper,;andevery weaves and re-beautify your
' canal that has been man woman, and child can be ,home and
;. \ \nllreduce' rates.on. vegetables November ama only open. a ; possibly rejuvenateyour

: [. : ; ,1st,,said S. E. (X taking great few days. associate editor if he only will all kinds husband by so doingthatis
. \ .clecut'.for, their'action :without_ ,men if he needs it.
t ,Many people are willing to go on FOR RENT-Five room cottage with
E;! | Boning.the parcels,post. all modern conveniences. Inquire
$I" o. 404 West Church street. 9-20-2t NEW CRETONES

::1'' ,.A ,bond issue; for "Arcadia nn.tore lettles .
iii iIiDeSoto'county.hufall, : d and now: playing bridge v Eat Eat what all you you want.want. reserving I NEW SCOTCH MADRAS

M l\ tie,boosters,of that city are consider Take a postscript and forget it. New BUNGALOW MADRAS
An old bachelor he figured '
says. on
th 'Big a,proposition to change eir'slo For sale by all druggists.
;U galifroni "ArcadiaAlways: ,Ahead" taking a voyage on the'sea of matrimony l-7-d&w-lyr 20 S. Oraif !veille. NEW CANVAS CLOTHS
"Arcadia at one time, but fortunately
,to Always Ahind.
:Ii i : misted the boat: The want ad.'s the thing., NEW LACE CLOTHS

i!;; Sweet potatoes require less fertile --- NEW EMBROIDERY '

HI.4 kerand 'less .work than almost any .MltflHtlltlHiilHllllllUlllMIIIIIIIIHIIMMIMItlltMMIMIilttll, IMti SWISS
S toother''crop.i :.: Ordinarily: rich Florida

, !iland| wiH produce from three to five PLAIN AND FANCYGRENADINES.

",. ';|\,hundred,:bushels to the. acre.. ,They Fresh GARDEN. SEEDS .

w 1" :.are selling at two: dollars, a bushel NEW
_.: ;! Bat put the price:at half that and estiaate -
. J: three:,hundred bushels to the NEW PILGRIM

:.s 1 r .acre and still:there's a,gold mine inproducing'em DENNIESThe

... ,
1\ NEW

- -f ; : George, :M., Goolsby, the man 1" . The NEW RADIUM CLOTHS
: :,priata about the neatest newspaper in

U 1,the South_ and who put Wauchula',on THE NEW MARQUISETTESTHE

i,i tie?map:with his Florida Advocate,

i',.announces;,the purchase of 'a Meihle NEW SCRIMS
i :press :a linotype;and 'folding: inacMae. NEW CANVAS CLOTHS

il > .. Those Wauchula people \.

:;wouldn't be_doing half, as much for L $

; f Goolsby, (;he has, done for them if > .

-c'; \.II:',they' '.-,.outfit stepped; p and paid- for the entire T 1; : JEWflRY fOR IUf WfDDING" We can schemes.help you Try with us. color

d n f r f .' *- ,

;4A magazine writer declares: justice For the bride, countless things in Silver, Cut

I J;!will be: 'more,nearly;done in our courts ." .:,1 ',' Glass and Fine China. Rare jewels of every de :

4 I ieg, he forgets : scription.
'It| :takes time-Z:: the twelve

f l llaeet ignorant:men in:a- community, For Bridesmaids. Ladies of Honor, Flower"
'I ; ; --. Girls, etc., Bracelets Brooches Bar Pins La Val- .
for a big murder trial, and then more : LHUDi

,'till.for,the lawyers. so befuddle liers, Wristlet Watches,. Silver Vanity Cases, ..,

those;twelve that'when they retire to Purses, Card Cases, etc. ,

consider:a'verdictit1atodetermine -
'f/net,the guQt'or.innbcence of the ac- -For the usherS-Cuff: Links, Coat Chains, Two- : -

died but the merit the debate.. Pocket Chains, Full Dress Sets, Gold and Silver.:

\ .7 -- o ; -:.'". Pen Knives,. Pencils, etc. :' .. iii iiif

i ,I1, ;;If any,dtisen'of Orlando t "h<,'is-unfortunate in ,the''amount of Let us. help'you with your wedding present: :: \

t city ;taxes. he will 'have, to, pay" at ':; ,', _., _: problems.- . ;<., ,.$':, N'b '
x. mfllaf on the dollar his feel- -I' ;
4 ': : ..
"ings, might change when informed '. ::. ;: '

[t that,St Augustine's mfflage_ is thirty :. ,' :c' - ', . .. -=

c }.rnfllfi, :St Petersburg's 'twenty-two,' ..

k vGaineflville's fourteen. 'Then.take'_in-; ,. "., ,". .-

: I'to;: 'consideration. that' :the Orlando : h ISON'IYES( GO.

maUge,includes'interest and sinking I ....
I fund;for.sewerage and ,brick; paving :
:'; iboi t &:;and; the'): ..n7other' improve- : :

'ments.that are under'way. Th'cornx 1

- ;mission. ,'form;of;:government: ,'in this T.ll. Evansthe: JeWCICl.; : DEPARTMENTALSTORE

t tcity. may Hot tie entitled, to all'the

F credit, ,:.but the commissioners ,
t ; .. ._ are to
i congratulated< .'that they, are able '#.;. "..:-, oeposm, POWOTFKIBWAMUN6 -...' .: ;: ,.-:: .(, p t m O4hFA V RITE SHOPPING PLACE i

r [itO carryon ,the.:dtys government so
I.j: and i at fee same time fix ,
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citY. "_
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_.-- : ., .;, !.'!? ''ANGB,#COUNTY; I\AlISlfD ==

WA M'r mADE r ten

.i : ,An:kspeetiea (thejax collector's -

; 'record", 'of..'automobile. 'licenses. for. the Open 2 p. car. and 6:30 p.-.. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH '<" f
\'Pi 4N! 'I' basses. year 1tU'eloIing,. October' .1ft- ,J ,' "
1I.i-a ;
p& I q : shows that 66ft automobiles dire owned 6 :casts Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.; Mr.
., .. -
'. ; ;: T* ," # Samuel A. Newell, superintendent U
in O ixhgsou that of
Cam. ;up;'tWrvent. )Bay art:ewe : number This service will close in ample '
'._..". '_n .... ' '". ''to licenses'having'been,issued., This is 'IlillllllllllltllliillHIFAVORITE time for all who wish to attend .
< believed to be 'a record breaker for 'THEATER MONDAY preaching service at other churchesto
S.. '" . : do so. All members are urged to
Florida leading all other counties '
', Mr. ,a ,F. McQwig'Wt yesterday ac WAR OF WARS attend Sunday school and make this i/n i ii ii
:to"be"absent a:west in Georgia.: cording' :'to 'population.' ,About half Real Authentic Scenes Shown at the your hour's worship. AIIen's"Convince '
I the cars are:owned in Orlando. Favorite Theater Monday'There B. Y. P. U. at 6:30. A ,
i. uul II nl
.:. ;"DlraFred Wffliaag '" " ,The licenses for 1915 are due' on has been much talk regard At the evening service, beginningat .
T. of
,; ; 7:30, the Baraca class
; the first of' and'the ing the fact that no authentic scenes will render
October, to
wu tags
;: --, an Orlando, yiator. yesterday.You .. were ever taken of the European bat the following program:
be given'out_ are,about,the same size tles. One month.ago the heads of "The Wise Use of Time" Alfred . .' ,,

/ '. ;canadd..new buaaew 4'AJO as;the'tags for,this year,..but are, a I the different nations 'put ,a ban ocamera n Link. ...... ',". .
present bosmeas,,by'jo&dous advertising little:better looking;white letters,on i men, but before they ever Jandrew."The, Wise 'Use"of. Money- ," N.: B. -
'' thought of such a thing the Ramo
in'the, DaUy. Sehtmel.. a blue background; for owner's' usecars Films ,(Inc) were on the scenes of "The Wise Use of Influence," Freeman Yourself -
----- ; and red letters on, the'same battle in Nancy and Longwy, France, Phillips. '

.t :Mr. and;.* 'J." W. Posada 1 left background'forautos< kept, for hire. where their factories are located and Johnson."The Wise Use of Intellect," J. C. '
: secured over two reds of real authentic Sometimes it is hard for to
:- :yesterday :afternoon to 'visit'poiI ia ,T 1a> \,_it" scenes of the awful carnage and Ed H. Allen, presiding. Come.: H you
$ WENT TO TAMPA decide what that present should be,
I ,In the soatheni part of,the state, :. G.CKOWIJ" capture of these two towns by the
.: ,; --r : YESTERDAY German,troops.. The "War of Wars '" FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ,then come into our store and let us
- J. i in six big reels, and while there is show you _
, .Mrs. Susie' Mills arrived in ,Orlando ,One. hundred and sixty-eight tickets a beautiful love story connected with Rev. Jno. W. Stagg D. D., pastor.
last: night from Prince,Edward Island the there is
: picture over two reels '
, Dr. William
to the Fremont
were sold, Tampa yesterday, Blackman
Canada, on'a visit to her sister Mrs. of guaranteed battle scenes which H Our : '
' -Edward Jump. - ., special train taking,the excursionists shows the awful carnage and destructiveness preach president at'the of morning Rollins service.college will Jewelry
; to the south Florida 'of the modern
metropolis consisting machines Sabbath school
at 9:45 a. m.; W. R.
of twelve well filled coaches. of, modern day warfare. These guns O'Neal .
' superintendent.Miss Cut Glass or Silverware. We have
")Idr. 'J. L. Dean :of literally down the town and loss
theTelephone mow
; manager LI
From the number,of empty suit Susie Magruder will. sing at
great ) something that will suit it will
i Exchange,'went:to:Tampa of life and limb is shown but not the morning service.METHODIST. you
, ,yesterday;pn business.: :He 'wfll' cases and ,other'receptacles taken close enough to make people turn sick] pay you to look before you buy; and
> : . retaiaMonday along -the seekers it at the ,sight. House blownto
by pleasure was tops are you will be under no obligation to us.
: evident, the,booze supply will be short atoms, bridges are dynamited and CHURCH
..-: rifle fire runs fast and plenty. This
in Tampa after ,the excursionistsstart feature is tinted throughout and i is Sunday school, 9:45 a. C. E.
,Mr. W.. :L. Doliye .west down to m.;. O
home. ,
"' said by New York papers to ,be the superintendent. Allen&CoJewelers
; Tampa yesterday afternoon'to:spend most wonderful film ever made. One Preaching at 11 ,a. m.. and 7:30p.

,:. .a toaple. of,'.days,;with hk ,SOD, ,Mr. PUBLIC INVITED TO INSPECT copy is being run today at the Empire m.
;: ;H L, PoUv theater in New York, where is daily Epworth League, 6:45 p. m
NEW SCHOOL BUILDING packing this theater at one dollar per Midweek. prayer meeting Wednes-
". --- head. New York,, demands the best day, 7:30, p. m. ,
. Mr., S.,.J. .SUgh ''ia speeding today A general invitation is extended by there is, and the state rights for Flor ,

'. 'in';Tampa: with .his;:family; going tr" I the trustees and school board to the ida were' secured by Royster & Perkins ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL Reliable RepairingHiiiiititiiiiiiiMllliiiiiiiiiiitllitiHiitiMilH.

thf Cigar..City,on the.Tampa 'Specialaafternoon. public to inspect the new school at an enormous'cost, and Mana -
Jones of the Favorite is to be
ger con
:yesterday next afternoon. The Very Rev. Henry R.>Remsen,
: : i building, Friday gratulated on securing this great feature dean.
*** }
MMr. : for Monday. Probably hundreds
' Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity.
A., C. Hambrick state know Mr. Royster, who has given
;commander ATTENTION, RED MEN The Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m.
, ; ,for the E. of F., M, with nothing but the best and cleanest features Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.,

r :headquarters; : 'in Jacksonville, 'was ,a All Red Men are requested to meet past, and in Orlando he guarantees for some this months one to There Morning will prayer be and sermon, 10:30.. D
,visitor, to';oar'city' Friday. at,the hall at 2:30.this afternoon to be above al others. This feature will no evening
attend .the funeral of Chief J. E. be shown Monday only. Doors open
-'Among the- "guests registering- at Arnold. ing at ten in the morning and runningeleven CHRISTAN SCIENCE r Ibr. cD
until at night. Admission ten
:the San:Joan yesterday were Messrs.G. By order of Sachem. and fifteen,cents.Adv.CRIBBAGE Sunday school at 10 a. m. ==
': H. Davis of Live Oak, and;D.'Callahan T.. B. EATON. ject Services, "Matter.Sunday" at 11 a. m.; sub ; ,

>: r :of Chattanooga, Tenn.I .
:. ANSWERS COME Wednesday evening meetings at
.: "-, ,Mrs.,W. G. Sparkman and children,'
THICK AND FAST 7:30.Third &
- 'Mr. D. E. Freeman, general!,freight of Tampa, are visitnig relatives fora floor, corner ,South Orange ". n 91..IfitJ
,' and West Church street. Entrance
of Atlantic few East South
' : agent Coast 'Line in days on: street. The item requesting information as on Church street.
: ,Tampa,Was among the'popular transy -' to how much a cribbage hand con
Manager Frank Barker, of the
portation men in Orlando yesterday. sisting of a queen and three fives CATHLIC CHURCH Polish Your Silver s
Pierce Electric ,company leave
t .J with the other five turned up on the
: this morning on a ten days' vacation Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost
; Mrs. R.JM.,;Backmaster who, withthe'doctor pack would count; published in the
t and Feast of the Seven Sorrows of
,, which he will spend at.his old'home Wrights Silver Cream ElectroSilicon.
: ,: enjoyed a: very' pleasant Sentinel yesterday morning, brought the B. V. M. -
j.,r": vacation of' six weeks" at' St. ,Cloud, in Michigan.. number of answers by 'phone and Mass'7 a. m.

"Will TetarnYto.Orlando on Monday" the Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. .
two, written. Mr. P. G. Barney furnished :
Members of Orlando Rebekah
,Zlatinst1 Lodge Rosary and Benediction, 7:30 p. m.
cF c ., No.. 12,are:requested to: meet at the the following detailed countof All welcome.On .

hall on Sunday, 2 p. m., to attend the the hand: Pick Your Teeth
r Miss ,Ethel Sharpe, of Orlando has Holidays
funeral, of Bro.: J. E. Arnold. 'By 15s: account of the Jewish -
arrived inlthe city, and Will pend Queen and 5 spades ______*.______ 2 our store will be closed Monday
:Mrs. Minnie Barker Noble Grand.
; ,aewal days as' the."guest*,of.her, ... ._, If Queen and 5 ,hearts _____________ 2 and September Tuesday.23d Will with open special Wednesday bar, With the Gold Medal ToothpicksPotted

,k ,brier, ,Mr._ Victor Sharper-Tampa Mr. J. M. Maddox, a prominent bus Queen.and 5' diamonds ___.____-_ 2 gams.

'0 ,',Tr- 'bnne., -f't '" iness[ man of, Fort Meade, who has Queen and 5 clubs _________-__ 2 New York Bargain Store.

: ' r been in Orlando' ,a,'combined business 5 spades, 5 clubs and 5 hearts____ 2
Eat Plants Cut Flowers Funeral
Mrs. and pleasure trip, returned yes. 5 spades, 5 clubs and 5 diamonds.. 2 what you want. ,
; Eat all
:rion, Smith:; of, Orlando, spent, from terday'afternoon to his home in Polk,5 spades 5 hearts and 5 diamonds 2 Take postscript you want. and forget it. Designs Wedding Decorations.

:Friday: ti&lMonday afternoon ;in themY county. 5 clubs, 5 hearts and 5 diamonds_ 2 For sale by all druggists. ,

with,peUtiYW. Leeeburg Com- l-7-d&w.lyr

; ial. '1 Father M. Fox, of St. James Cath 16

'-- 'oils church will leave the By pairs Notice THE SANITARY GROCERY
I": Monday on : Members
of the I. 0. 0. F Lodge
5 M% Waler.Sims_ ; of Ocoee, was in Tampa Special to spend a well 'deserved 5 spades, 6'of clubs ______________ 2
are requested to meet at
i Orlando yesterday en route to_Tampa, vacation' of one month,which''f 5 spades, 5 of hearts ............ 2 room CARUTHERS & GORE
Sunday at 2 to attend the funeral
;t&spend the Sabbath:with his father, he will .spend i in and around New 5 spades 5 of diamonds ...______ 2 of p. m. Phone 200
Past Grand Master John 'E. ,
:Hon.:B. MzSima'who is ill in one"of_ York city.. Services at the church 5 clubs 5 of hearts ______________ 2 Arnold.

:the)hospiiils in that city will continue just the same during 5 clubs, 5 of diamonds,__________ 2 R. D. BANNER, Noble Grand. 6 & 8 E. Pine StreetHHiiMMtttittiitmtitiiiiiiiHiitmttmiitf

t, .ri '" the father's absence. 5 hearts, 5 of diamonds __________ 2
: Dr. 0. L Backmaster, ,who .hasspent
', the fast six weeks 'at'Orlando, Hon. S. S. Griffin was strolling 12 :::nnuninnuununnnuitnniftz7: : ::: :::::::::::: :: : :

:'retained :'*,q St,.Cloud ,Saturday hist down the street yesterday afternoon Total _____________________.28
:and win fake this cityhis"boarstuture.Cloud ; in about as mad,as that genial Orlando If the player had held the jack of 1 i .

Tribune.. booster ever gets. Some one had the same suit 'as the five turned up ," ..
\.\ '.........' .. ,.' '
" stolen,his umbrella from right under she would have held the highest possible .... -t.) ' -
Mr. W. f._:Young, (Ocoee; one, of his:eyes.on the rainiest afternoon in hand in cribbage which is 29,

c; :.the'most successful truckers in"south weeks.. He says if the thief will re- the extra count being for his nibs.

Florida, ,r 8s k ,the city: yesterday turd;it'there Will be no prosecutions "An Expert"'replies as follows:

from.west tn Orange and favored the or coroner's inquest. Editor Sentinel: The cribbage hand -
. '
8eatinel'r an appreciated' visitWANTEDVA held by the lady mentioned in your

i' .tt October ,27th has been set as the paper of this morning counts 28.. If ",

good 'white girl wait'M'niL' date when,the citizens of. Ocala will she had held a knave ,instead of a .
1) this morning at the
restaurant, 42 West; vote on bonds to the amount of $255- queen it would have counted 29, the 1915 Hudson "40" Here

,<:... 9-19 000, for a municipal'ice plant and oth.highest hand that can be held in crib
: ,. ., h. -'
,f er improvements. bage.
T. F. HOURIHAN,'Licensed Plumber.. i li ,
i .,Conscientious work:at:fair, prices. . The first telephone answer was ''-' '" .

, '-:Phone" 629::. '106 Court.St.. 8-23-tf:: Dont forget to look;at the want ads. from Mrs. C. B. Robinson. H ,, ; $l.,660 1' "

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Mill iMMiilillMMIII mMlllMliJMMMMMHMMfltmMMMfh . .
: -f .., ,Drop in and see the "SIX" that

J '
.', ,,
t Sir - -' oversold the'output by over 3,000cars

'1', h.Should:find your'automobile' shelter when not in I .

fL..:I; '-actual: service., We:have large storage capacity, and for last year '

; !|r: .' : ky:storage: 'Acre;is not'a',cent charge-you are perfectly

a Y>fi } ,welcome ;at, all, times, 'ap _when ,it comes to service, we .

: never: ,tire. No matter what make.cat' you own--Cadillac

T!::" Overland Buick Hudson Studebaker Reo Mitchell
or . , '.'. "
they all have the careful
,) : 'same treatment.
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i j By Fniik:G.-Meake) - County Florida. '
: Odessa Carland
r'1 A': vs. Divorce
', 'titLnM.: ;.i B going to Paul 'Car1&DeI -
.f\:._y ; ... ..t. Last Wantdl For Sal. F.r .To Paul Garland i
-* ire;:its umpires'against.aecidents.ii Rent,ttei far this.-comma..Be: fer one day.Pt It appears from the affidavit of the complainant NAIHLIMBER COMPANY.
Thit'a"the for thrte.difs. ILM.for one vetk. for herein duly filed, that the defendant
Why?_' mystery; SC ._! or ileMMXT rat, aeeenpanycbjt is a non-resident of the Stteof Florida f
-r *'->Just"beta ee"eaglamthe, : 'Nation-' a ivtrtjeits for this ebfcoca 'w DOBMrti@I that he is over'the age of twenty-one yean
and that he resides at Nenerrf. North Carolina.
- : Y J'al.'tetgners.. .They' :go':no, 'farther. ; wffl be. made oa oeditFOB .
gy You are therefore1ordered to appear to this
-k ''f.1Mt! 'leave.the rest-to conjecture. SALE--Guavas, window sash, Bill on Monday the 6th day of October 1914.

tL| ,Will.; policiea! be .taken utta'to single doors, pine and oak'wood. 'the__ It same is further'being a ordered Rule day that,ofthis,this notice Court be .. ORLANDO

tij.-protect. the-1HI ps from, loss, should Call at 735 N. Orange avenue. F. A. published for four consecutive weeks in the

.! tM1 bewan. ded by.the cruel words Lewter. 9-16-61 South Orange Florida County Sentinel Florida.a newspaper publishedin

1: &C ..at,.them ,by; Heinie the; Zim, FOR .SALE One" cylinder 1 4 'h. p. Witness 2. my 1914.hand and official. seal this September -

LJhk: McGraw,. Clark; Griffith,. John Excelsior ,motorcycle, 1913 model, B. M. ROBINSON.. Royal Cement Agatile Plaster and 'Perfection Lime

-4 :JEvess,': and ,piers?' ,Or.is'it topror"tectatl in, first class,condition. Cheap for Clerk Circuit Court, Orange County Florida. ,
cash.. Apply at 306 West Concord By M. A. HOWARD D. C-
from the onslaughts. of fans 9-16-6t J. A. ROWE
:armed' ,with;pop .botties' ?' I. SoL for Complt.

I' The.policies"will be ,so worded that WANTED TO SELL, or-trade for PAVING AND CURBING ORDINANCEAn

t ji umpire rendered hors du combat real estate, my five passenger
any Statement of the
., Condition of the
Mitchell in A. L. Beck.
will receive $26 each and week good repair. Ordinance to provide for the paving and
every 948-2w. curbing certain streets ia the City of Orlando.Be .
!daring the period' of suffering and'ret wwww ww.w it .Ordained by the City Council of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co.
City of Orlando:
cuperation.. Should he be,, killed ,on FOR SALE-A good sound heavy Section L That the following turned streets ,
: --tie field of battle, or any other place, horse. Apply at the Sentinel shall be paved with brick of the width speci. '
tied for each street and shall be curbed with Orlando, Fix,
'&s widow and orphans ,will get concrete curb fur by fourteen aches.k

"2500.: .The said widows and orphans FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. North Orange Avenue from Washington At the Close ef Business June
: Inquire of Frank Phillips Pine Cas- Street to Colonial Drive,-fill in with brick. 30th,1914.
>'wffl get doable .that' if .the killing tfe. 9-18-tf average width of 14 feet.
North Orange Avenue Colonial Drive to RESOURCES.
!takes through'' the medium of
place the connection with Lake Ivanhoe Boulevard '

|j somepubli&conveyanee.:: ; FOR RENT extension Lake Ivaaboe of North Boulevard Orange extension Avenue SO of feet North Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $379,514

sf! :* Orang Avenue to city limits 16 feet Over-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 522 34
South Orange Avenue; from end of brickat
t I Pub Perdue, the. _Cardinal' : twirler, FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with Phillips' Garage to Lucerne Circle. fill in Stocks and Bends . . .,. . . .. . . . . . . 26,01833
lsandthe.weakest f batter, in the oldest garage; elegantly furnished; on with. brick of average width of 14 feet
t. Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Enox. South Orange Avenue from Lucerne Circle Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37

lleague, "'says 'it" isn't lusfaultit's 8-27-tf; to Gore Avenue 18 feet Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . 291,393 48
*- ? Gore Avenue from South Orange Avenue
r tbq of the_umpires.
"v to Kuhl Avenue 24 feet
"Those fellows won't gIVe'' me a FOR RENT Kuhl Avenue from Gore Avenue to Southern 88
declared Fourteen room house; modern, up- city limits 20 feet $724,185
:chance" Central Avenue from Atlantic Coast Line LIABILITIES.
| .''Whaddayamean?" queried a by- tcHate'part1y furnished; on Lucerne Railroad to Garland Street fill in with brick ,
.. Circle with garden fruit and flow feet.
-t *'slander. ers. J.; Watkins. 7-80-d&w-tf. 14 Central Avenue from Garland Street to Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . .. . $100,000 00

4 j i! '"Wen. lam- 'em, they -won't, let me Western Central city Avenue limits from 89 feet Main Street to, West Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . .:". 39,6135

rift three swipes, at the ball," explained FOR RENT-Two office spaces in Street fill in with brick of width of 14 feet. Re-Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None

'r .'$ub i 'If.I got three swipes oar.store at No. 9 W. Church street. merlin.Central Street Avenue 24 from feet West Street to Sum- Bills Payable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .r None

1 1 know T could'.lam that ball. out of Come jn and we- will' -shew you. Pierce Lucerne Circle entire circle 18 feet. Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582, 69 47
; \f from railroad to
Co. Robinson Avenue Orange
|the lot. But all I usually get is about Electric Avenue. 24 feet Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,55506
Just Robinson Avenue from Orange Avenue to
one.' the other day I walked to MISCELLANEOUSBOARD East Street 24 feet.

I 1 the plate'feeling.sure ,that I could hit 'Colonial Magnolia Drive Avenue 24 feet from Robinson Avenue to $724,185 88

-1 L'out' a homer or a, three-bagger.: I ANDROOMS-House: newly American Hnghey Street Street 24 from feet Central Avenue to Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . . $291,393

took my place and a'ball whistled by. furnished and remodeled. North- Main Street from Confederate Monument to Reserve required by Law :. . . . ... . . 116,533 89
c r "'Strike one,' 'yelled ,Bill Hem era cooking. $5 and $6 per week. Washington Street full width of present roadway -
.. : " Excellent location. Magnolia House, Washington Street to Robinson Avenue
. |jI was; Wnd/of; afraid_ Bill. would South and Boone streets. Mrs. 24 feet Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59
corner from to Lucerne
: t Main Street Jackson Street
{call the next a strike so I swiped it
!., Marie Lewis manager. 9-4-lm ,Circle, 24 feet .
::1t.It'. was -a. foul. The third ballIcame Main Street from Jackson Street to Church Deposits on June 3Q, 1913 . . . . . .,. $527,758 01

!along and Bill said 1, was out FOR SALE-A No. 1 saddle mare, i Wes full width.Street Central Avenue to Anderson Deposits on June 3b, 1914 . . . . . . . 582,669 49

;How;the dickens_can a"fellow do any or buggy horse. Address, careWright's Street 24 feetAnderson ,

."batting when ,the umpires rob him of Box 667. 9-2-tf Laney Street Street 24 feet from West Street to De- INCREASE' . . . . .: . . . $54,91148The
DeLaney Street from' Anderson Street to
a couple of swipes? NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet Gore Avenue. 24 feet
Ll't potato slips at $L75 per 1,000. Jackson Street from Orange Avenue to the management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors

it| "The Braves are sure to win the Quick delivery: Cash. Apopka Plant present Atlantic roadway.Coast Line Railroad full width of to persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its

F- 'flag."--Connie Hack Co..: Apepka,, Fla. '5-24-tf South Street from Orange Avenue to At- treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.

1x t."The\:\ Giants are sure, to 'win. .theft Who is your palmer and decorator? ent lantic roadway.Coast Line Railroad full width of pres- t Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and

; &g."Hugh., Jennings. U you are satisfied keep the one you Lake Anderson Street Street 24 feet from DeLaney Street to safely conducted bank are cordially invited.

V .j '"We'll cop.-George: Stallings., have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, Lake Street from Anderson Street to Pal
.i McGraw. No. 696. 1-20-tf mer Street 24 feet :llllltttIIIII::
; Concord Avenue from Magnolia Avenue to
t ;I] From they above.,remarks 'it is, to BILL TO REMOVE CLOUD. Trenton Street 24 feet
: Hillcrest Avenue from Magnolia Avenueto
be.assumed that two teams'certainly Broadway 24 feet
-will win :the National League pen- In Circuit Court, Seventh In Judicial' Circuit Boone Street from Church Street to South DYNAMITING done in all its branches. 'WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL? I
Orange County. Chancery. Street full width of present roadway. .
J .nant..But Connie :Ddackisn't, 'worry, J. H..Qneal, Boone Street from South Street to Irvine Clearing land is our. specialty.LEt
_____ -i' vs. Bill to Remove Cloud Street 20 feet do work. Estimates
ing., Beating a pair, of,enemies looks AD unknown parties Marks Street from Orange Avenue to Lake- us your FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDAGAINESVILLE
claiming interests view 24 feet Lakeview Avenue from cheerfully given. L. N. Lewis, 406S.
just:as, easy' to, him as beating one, Avenue. ; FOR WOMEN
under Britton Dixon Marks Street to Lake Ivanhoe. 16 feet 7-14-lmo
:and 'there's more .glo'ry'in a double teceased. Church Street from Garland. Street to Par- East street. TALLAHASSEE.College .
To an parties claiming interests under'Brit- ramore Street 24 feet w.
triumph. ton Dixon deceased in the Southeast Church Street from Main to West Streetfill of Arts and Sciences;Normal School;
'. quarter of Section 22. in Township 22, in with brick. School of :Music: School of Expression;
South Range 82 East in Orange County, American Street from Atlantic Coast Line School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts:
: Teams :whose names begin with the Florida. Railroad to Lucerne Circle 24 feet School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming ,Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers
You are hereby ordered to appear to the Adopted September 1, 1914. ne aeracoo pool; basket ball and tennis courts;new and College; Experiment Station; Extension Di-
Better "B" have quite 'a reputationfor bID filed in this cause on December 7. 1914. I I E. F. SPERRY modern buildings: beautiful campus; dormi- vision; Graduate School Ten new brick build-
breaking pennant winning.Streaks. at the Court House In Orlando, Florida.It t Mayor tories have all modern conveniences; new Ings, besides gymnasium swimming pool and
> is further ordered that this order .be Attest: CARL JANSEN. dining room and kitchen most hygienic in I many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers, in.
Will:it. repeat this!.year in the ease published:once a week for twelve successive City Clerk. ORLANDO. FLORIDA Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 counties strnctors and assistants. 854 young men
t .of the Braves?', H. -e'is the past.rec- weeks prior to said December 7, 1914 in the (Formerly known M PeD.Crk Scowl) and 12 states last session. I I 47 Florida counties and 24 States and
South Florida Sentinel a newspaper pub- TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last session
ord of,the "BV ished in .Orange County aforesaid. NOTICE OF ELECTIONTo REOPENS OCTOBER 7 School. Board and entrance fees for the TUITION FREE Board and Entrance Fees, .
Witness my hand and the seal of the said year $124.00. For catalogue write I $13150 per year. Write today for catalogue
".Chicago won, the. pennant in 1880, Circuit Court this 4th day of September. EDWARD CONRADL President. A. A. MURPHREE President
To the Sheriff of Orange County, of the A Boarding and Day School for Girls-
1881 and 1882. Then Boston steppedin A. D. 1914. '
State of Florida: Regular and Special eearJf.-Primary.
and in 1883. B. M. ROBINSON. Be it Known. That L H. CLAY CRAW.FORD Intermediate and Academic Grades- I
Clerk Circuit Court Orange County. Florida. Secretary of State of the State of Uaaic-Art-Elocution-Physical Culture FOR SALE
.Boston won in 1891; 1892 and 1893. Florida, do hereby give notice that a Domestic Science-Admirable Situation I
GENERAL ELECTION and Surronndinn-Climate BeaJthful- Narsery stock, one, two, three and
Baltimore' won in 1894.' Many of the priests educated at Will! be held in Orange County. State of Careful Home Life-Capable Teachers- For the month of August I will four year old buds: Foster Early,

";Baltimore won. in 1894, .1895, and I Louvain went on the mission, in the Florida Monday on in Tuesday Novmber next A. succeeding D. 1914. the the first said Low Rates. sell, at my farm,.pine at 85 cents per Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington -

i 1896. Boston' grabbed, the'honors- in seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, Tuesday being the Her. Roderick P. Cobb, Bishop Mann strand, and oak at $1.00; also some Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahl
"1897. THIRD DAY OF NOVEMBERFor Rector. President saw logs cheap. A. S. Hodges, R.1, ,
1 to'other countries in Europe, but the United States Senator from the State of Orlando. 7-30-lm Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-lMf
The Athletics won in'1910 and 1911. majority came back to Ireand-at Florida for six yean from March 4, 1915.
For Representative from the Fourth Congressional

The Boston Red_Sox beat them to the the District of the State of In
tape" in,1912. There risk was of their another lives.tie between Ire- the States.Sixty-fourth Congress of the Florida United ::''I1111111tIIJI: "\\'\" \,\,\\\\\,\\\\\" " \\" \\" \ \\\t" '

li The Giants copped in 1911 1912, land and Louvain university, the tie For Commissioner of Agriculture of the

4 and 1913.:, What, ,'will be the 1914 of Irish learning. The Times the State For of Two Florida.Justices of the Supreme Court cf
story when it is-finally written? other the State of Florida. & P.Jm. fiJ
day after the burning, stated For Two Railroad Commissioners of the

that the library of the university con- State of Florida.
For Two Members of the House of Representatives
'IRISH ASSOCIATIONS OF LOU tained 70,000 volumes of "priceless 'of the State of Florida.

VAIN' UNIVERSITY manuscripts," and a large number- of For For County Sheriff. Assessor of Taxes.

c ; these were Irish. For Tax Collector. Were to '
For County Treasurer.For They
(International News Service.) Indeed, when the Four Masters Five County Commissioners.For '

London,. Sept: 18.-In spite of the proceeded to compile their marvellousand Public Three Instruction.For Members. of the County Boardof .

eontroyersy'over-: the exact extent to stupendous work, "The Annals of Justice of the Peace. in and for the following -

s .which the-ancient city of Louvain was Ireland on which the history of Ire- No. 14.Justice Districts vis: .
s ,damaged,. the, allies. ,contending that land is solidly based, O'Clery, the No.No. 15.20. be Married Soon

the Germans practiced vVandalism: and principal of them, was hospitably No. 22. -
For Constable in and for the following Justice -
destroyed priceless architectural and welcomed, there and given every facility Districts vii: -

art 'works, ,. while' the ,Germans, de- to consult their literary treas No. 2.
No. 3.
;ciare they left*the greater portion of ures. No. 10. Came'to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of

the town unharmed'it; is- certain that In due time an Irish college was No.' 11
t No. 15. four or five rooms. They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable,
the great university 'there, was de- established in 'the university and No. 20.
__j. 'molished. from time to time was endowed with No.In Testimony 22. Whereof. I bars here into yet the amounf oi money which they had available for the furnishing of their

p.The destruction of Louvain 'hasbrought bursaries by Irish people, especially set my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the home made expensive peices prohibitive.

hearts of the during the days of the Penal State of Florida at Tallahassee the Capitol They considerable time with us looking through our large 'stock.
; a, pang to the ,Laws, this the twenty-fourth day of August A. D. ,spent

Irish people, for the ,University of and by the officers and men of the 1914.L.( .S.) H. CLAY CRAWFORD. We offered a lew suggestions and gave them seme new ideas. They were

- Jxravain :was for: .centuries, the great 'Irish brigade in France, who had left Secretary of State. much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they
To .
J. F. Gordon Sheriff Orange County.
I university for Irish students and,especially for that country after the ,siege of. 829td. thought they should want.

ecclesiastical students, there I Limerick in 1690. After looking around :in other stores to make sure that they were doingthe

k ail, being no such ,institution in Ireland These bursaries have not, appar- MASTER'S SALE back and their
best'possible with their appropriation they came placed or-
,itself.. ,Sftlntntfflffu in Spain and Quim- ently, the same status as they had in Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure

: bra in Poitugal were others, and the those days, but they are still in,being, and sale rendered by the Honorable der with us.This.
James W. Perkins. Judge of the Seventh Ju-
:Irish-College-,in ,Paris-a much later any many'young Irishmen going for 'dicial Circuit of the State of Florida sittingin is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers, whom we are

6 foundation. than the, others-also did the' priesthood take' advantage of Chancery for Orange County in a certain
cause pending in said Court wherein The
t' good 'work 'for Irish.. education; but them to'the present day on the nomination State Bank of Orlando, a corporation is pleasing.We carry an extensive stock of serviceable, attractive hcmefurnishings

Louvain was the most intimately connected of the bishop.of the diocese. I complainant and Willet Groover and Irma which the best. Your
I M. Groover are defendants the undersigned grading from the lowest priced are good, to very appro-
} :with this country. The destruction of Louvain and es as Special Master in Chancery win sell to for home be anything from toiccoor more
the highest bidder for cash in front of the priation furnishing your may 175
uThiring .the.last.to' its
centuries or pecially university it can there-
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Court House door in Orlando. Florida, during make the most of it with us.
so. it:has turned out over three hundred fore be seen, is 'an especial grief to the legal hours of sale on =you can J

-4- : 'Irish priests and nearly thirty the people of Ireland. MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7. 1914 *
; the mortgaged property referred to fa laid
:'Irate.bisopsand.archbishops, and it i decree to-wit: ,
was the principal(/center of the education -! Po-Do-Lax, Banishes Pimples The northwest quarter of the southwest
I quarter of section ten (10), township twenty-
,of the Irish 'priesthood right Bad Blood, Pimples, Headaches, '.' ty (22) south of range twenty-nine (29) east .Kinoaid l Snowden
Biliousness,. Torpid Liver, lees in the northwest
w 'through the century'of the Penal one acre square corner .
tion, etc. come from' Constipa-j' thereof situate. lying and being in the County
k Laws, p/to.the establishment of Hayaooth -, Take Po-Do-Lax, 'the of Orange and State of Florida. Terms cash. .

-1793iproject' which Was absolutely sure Laxative, youwon't Purchaser to pay for titles.
rv 'warmly supported by'the British gov-- suffer from a deranged atom Special Master in Chancery.
.- ach or other troubles. It will tone up Massey 4 Warlow "* Firiitare' ofiClurderLat.Popular
"ersluent because' it was thought that
z- the liver and purify the blood. Use it Solicitors for Complainant
t e"ttat"of: 'theb[ kf clergy on regularly' and you;,will stay well, The sale is continued! from September. t, *

..the. ",Cofltiaefit, -especially, ;inFe'tias. have dear complection. Ind steadynerves. 1914. to October 6. ,191& '. :; Mat: -ai4tPineSt$.. Orlando, Florida
Get: a 60c. bottle _
to-day. .
.inimietl" to..the.. intereets Money back If :not satisfied.. All Don't neglect to take a look at _the
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'(International News Service.). HMItitiinitimtH
Stockholm, .Sweden, ,Sept. '18. Of The City Drug Store is
vice both day and night
; all: the.'countries. of ,war.,mad,Europe dependable, courteous.
'; today; Sweden and Norway are,doubtless WHY YOU SHOULD
.. the most free from':excitement First class Brazing ,
and apprehfnsion. They are so sitti1& Warmaa's 'RePair Shop or
: '[ liri\rHt.'tlIr" that ,there is 12-6-tf. WITH GAS
little or no-danger of their neutrality
being violated, and.,they:Ire in no
international alliances ,that might ,

.against draw them their' into will' 'the titanic conflict Tile E Bola I r

Still:both Sweden,and Norway' are J .. 6. Speed
..keeping watchful eyes on the situation
;and are preparing for any,emer 7. Efficiency
. gency.. ;Both' have':mobilized a part
\ of their-armies.There" 8. Safety
: ', .is considerable military: activity Packers .
I' ,-all over. Sweden; though. the 9. Perfect ,Regulation1of
only;places where.I have had it.under Fruits t .
; observation: Upsala Heat '
. personal are' '
'i and Stockholm.. Not only are the Being no longer '
a '*sturdy y iandsturm:forces being mobilized under above name 10. Economy '
and included.in the active ranks,
all who have and
:butlhe wiitchand'various other
night :
ipiscellaneous: 'watches:. and police last three years. :
,forces'seem.to be included:also; the at' my Packing'. :.
'regular military are being conveyed- and A..,C. L. L R. CLEANUNESS
c apparently.gratis-by) train, tram.or'bOatto equipping" with ,
this or that station; 'and J2'.J
ties If what'may,either 100m: 1 quently give'you : the greatest items in favor of the Gas Range.
out'6'f uniform-or,-;-entirely ,new re. for its self.
'cznit'\are seen marching.through the Myefforts will ; is always clean and is very easily kept clean,

-' streets,'under the guidance' .of.a cou- to- distribution. 'or dirty fuel to litter up the floor and no
;ple:oJf soldiers;with their limited'kit
,in their! )hands-all.exactly,in fact, as W. A. out every day. Because there is rio smoke

in St.. Petersburg" and the. neighboring and make the kitchen look like a boiler room.
' fownS nearly a month ago. :Remounts 9-18-2
ore,o:)(congregated-in great- numbers in clean and sanitary.
various barracks..
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,Thin newspapers are discreetly, si- : ; GAS AND BE COMFORTABLE.
teat,Is to what this-general'mobiliza* : .
,tkm l(which is admitted) specifically '.
purports,. but, it is :plain ',from Germany's ,
4'-; ..recent' :action in Luxemburg, SPRAY NOW ,
;> 'Belgi'im! ;,the.Sound, the Belt and_thehighjseas & LIGHT CO.
,, ,,that she is fully'resolved
'io stick at nothing secure her,ends, DEPARTMENT
and jnat .the 'Scandinavian;:countries Kills
' themselves, ,for all every
} must j prepare
and Red Spider i
:eventualities if. they are:to..' maintain tHMIIMIIIHmiMMIItlHililllMIHtMMililJfi
' and insures tiltlMHIMMiiMliietMiaiHItimMlinililim
a shred of,their ancient independence.
:Plenty of'Finnish and Swedish steamers ber and'October
are now daily bringing passengers spraying for, \
'over'from Raumo to Gefie.and Stock- sects, from

! 'holmlj eldlsued D.oIicial'uncementhas' : out in a good,. $8 arleston and Return ;
b neither to the' Russians effect f that nor thenceforward GermanaWould insuring a good, $8

j be. allowed, to .land, in
Sweden except guaranteed through

oc-on ; I Schnarr's

.passengers were: thus sent back toRaumo. t. Fw gL Line"First

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'No Swedes capable military ser-
,vice:are:allowed. to'leave.the country Class, Meals and Berth Included :
"without a special 'permit: When we ,
in. a Finnish. steamer" of course- ,''flying : ; :
k tha Russian flag came,to Stockholm ,, This special rate good on any of the Company'ssteamers
through the.Aland. group, there
] August 22nd to October 17th
has no sign of German scouting
,. the:v *y next day came a German inclusive.
,nouncement' published.in the n ewsTHE ]
. 'Paperf}tit "the East sea ( } Return Limit 10 Days
:t t lias 0-o.been found' by German.crui-
\ ?\ eli'. about'Aland to be;free to neutral Of l scheduled sail
Ships to from Jacksonville
. : trade as far as the Finnish,viks" every "
(i,e,'waters:or;inlets).: :A.telegram F Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p*. m.
'on Friday came to'say.that the "Tor- r
nea" |(the 'Finnish ,steamer r: .had _
-'. turned ,back;'to. 122 passengers; bat that her .Swedishrival ]
.. had .gone on, to'''-Raumo._ .,The ..1vwJtI r G. WENZEL, Fla. Pass. Agent
&r aM .
German coned general has'. 'publisheda ; '-
notification. .in,the, papers to the- offact - We faiftte i ,JdI. 122. W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
tint not a single 'German;port .!.. _,. r'l t ;
:is_anywhere' blockaded. by, ..any beet.Anatue .. I II
*, : has. been placed. 'oa '.the The I
t local Cstaaa, steamers::in, English* ) S TAKE BRITISH POST
c?Freacjand 'German::forfcUdfeg.:any H IN AFRICA OSTEOPATHY
'.forwgmtfs to go onboard at all.: Selan Union of South Africa,
..." .with_':iD4.b.1iI". gwrd-. __ .nam London, Sept. 18.-A force com- -
lag,brifg tI Md f kUrewfimorjcttiofi. ..(."'Il ... '. :- DR. J. C HOWELL
oar aaf . '..:',' .. of 250 Germans with three
'e;" ' _, ...;.:.. .mts:ait; ae l'- f- -. f....":. ......,", -< '.' .iWto' :ese'f'j* Mite; : at Nakob Thursday. ,The garri No extra charge for horse treatme&tTekaheae
'apartments:of tkenotor lMA--'" biM : consisted of seven policemen, who eeanectioas
m4n.;_(l_ l",. until their ammunition was I Office cor. Orange and Central Are.
>'1III 11'"t.-;; it a. . 'q ; ; ed. Those :who had not been
... !cw ...... ..] .,...: .. :' .: 11\j i t \ .' F( were taken prisoners.
...... ;_ ...... ,--.;k.:i;,: ;,;. ..... . ,:'. Get the news in the Sentinel first.a .
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.. Trustees Issue an' address to
'1' "
the Patrons Explaining 1n
t. :
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*- u r Entire School
'). $ . < Situation tillhll
1 I-Hit This Orlando .
:: purely -institution takes pleasure in
i Inside'State'-Bank Check-book awaits At a joint meeting of the county ..' presenting this excellent proof of the public approval of

9 t.: 4'an army of 'assistants._ jour .checks are, school board and the Orlando school ': :: its methods. ,
;4 'f. the most trustworthy assistants -you' cant trustees yesterday morning, all difficulties .- .. "
r-> have for they" carry' money in absolute- I I in the, selection of a principalwere : fcpesHsSepkmkr. 12.1914Bef65ifsSepkMkrl,1913 $333,348.0 1 (

: safety adjusted by the appointment of : } ,. 236442.76 .
v. .. .crosstOwn or across country they will tof. J. W. Simmons as principal of
f t go to. the one person you direct And the high school and Prof. W. S. Cole- i licreasc la .ue year $97,205.30 :
they come, back :-(remember this point) man principal,of the grammar schoolsin .
L -they come .back legally receipted. both the old and the new buildings. In every little detail 'consistent with conservative
I' -.&'; The final adjustment of this vexa- banking, we aim to please and protect our patrons, and -
- f An army of trustworthy checks. costs ? tious matter so satisfactorily to the : their interests as prescribed by the rules and laws of our \

C. you nothing." By starting. your checking patrons of the school is very gratifying National Government and to demonstrate thru our asso
account here, they are yours to command. to every citizen of Orlando and its : .
.' ciation with the Federal Reserve System, the advantages :
I j
sincerely to be hoped there will be ,
no further stumbling blocks placedin .: : accommodations, security and strength alone derived bya .._ i
The :State, Bank of Orlando the way of the trustees and school "National Bank."
board in their efforts to. conduct the Let us prove to you that "It is a pleasure to'serve
s l- schools with the greatest efficiency.At you.II : ,
the conclusion of the meetingthe
I trustees gave out the following I S :, S
statement of interest to every patronof
the schools:
To Patrons of the Orlando Public
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t- Schools: ....... .... .. .. A
I- The district trustees take great

,, .GERMANS EXPECT- VICTORY ON until the novel projectiles suddenly pleasure in stating to the citizens of r ......... .,. .... ." .:: ", . ,..... :. ;. : " .. .......... ,.."......... .. . .. ..,. ... ,... .
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-, AISNES rained down, scattering far: andwide., Orlando the following satisfactory ..' ...;. ... ..
j Men were. .wounded in three compa- conditions for the school term of

d 'sorely(gaming Costumed ground from in page the center.1) nies.ORE LADEN STEAMER AGROUND 191415.There will no longer be a lack of I"D'4.; ;J : LI; ;

French Airmen Use Steel ArrowsA IN LAKE MICHIGAN room for school purposes.
The trustees with the board .
19. today
Chicago, Sept -Tugs
slower of steel arrows, released ...
to release the have taken great interest in the com- _
were trying steamship
-t' n .by.French'.aviators over a mile high George F. Baker,which went aground pletion of the new grammar school t.? ; (!;:f:g.. : ::t :;:}W ;;?{;[!-t: {f ..g N i :t{: ;{j1(;: ; ?? ;)i : i;:ii :: :t{; f:}1 J f \ .
i. in.the air is'the most,"modern' terror in Lake Michigan just north of this and the building, it is expected, will ..
;l q :of war, according:,to accounts. Germanwounded -: port yesterday in a fog. -The boatis I be ready for the opening of schools
s- in the Munich laden with 15,000 tons of iron -ore i Monday morning, September 28th. requests for the appointment of Prof.J. nounce that by a.new arrangementof good reason why citizens should not
u Medical!ei1d The arrows, .are of and was bound out of Duluth for: This insures ample accommodationfor W. Simmons principal of the putting a presiding teacher over freely patronize your own public
- iu pressed steel from four to six;inches South Chicago.' It was said to be in all the school children in the city high school, owing to his exceptional all the graded schools, white, the schools, for which you pay taxes, and
long and_.quarter of',an inch,in diameter peril in the,event of a northeast wind. and district, the high school and eight qualifications therefor, and althoughhe boards are enabled to retain the services we trust that you will prepare to
; ,they- have a :heavy pointed The vessel,is owned by the Pittsburg grades to be housed in the old high had been appointed principal of of this gentleman, who has start your children on the very first
head and a :skeletonized shaft. The Steel company and carries a crew oftwenty. : school building, which has been thor. the grammar school, conditions arose made such a signal success of our day, so that in the division of pupilsto
t arrows_seem to.have caused more surprise oughly renovated and repaired, and which made a change possible and we schools during the past three years, the town school buildings, which
g I ,. than actual damage. Only one eight grades to be in the new grammar -I are glad to meet this request. He in electing him principal of the graded will be announced in good time, there
man.was,lolled.by .a head wound in WILL OPEN THIS MORNINGThe school building, which is a modelof with the four high school assistant schools of the city. will be no confusion: or delay.
_:\ f{ the attack described,,,the others causing Metropolitan Restaurant, 42 school house conveniences.The teachers selected are well known to The trustees have done everything With very best wishes for a pros-
!.r '. -mostly flesh wounds.' West morning Church'street at 11 o'clock., will Everythingnew open this colored school building also you and we- expect an exceptionally possible to promote the best interestsof perous school term,
a The.regiments to-which the wound- and. clean. The very best of: has been put in good condition, with excellent term. the schools and enter upon the District Trustees:
; Iu ed belong, resting in close battalion service. Come- and try our dinner today certain needed division of rooms, new The demand for the retention of term with confidence that this school C. E. HOWARD, Chairman.
formation n-paid little attention to the and. we PETE think CRELAS that we,.Proprietor can please desks, blackboards, etc. Prof. W. S. Coleman has been over- year will be serene and satisfactory. GEO. W. PHILLIPS.
two,aviators circling' a:mfle overhead you.9-19-lf: ' iji The trustees received a number of: whelming and we are pleased to an- There remains, therefore, now no W. S. BRANCH, JR.

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