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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 22, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00440
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'...u. ARMY,OF' GENERAL VON KLUK HAS BEEN DRIVEN BACK HAS [EASILY RHBMS IN RUINS fROMBOMBARDMfNT

.. SEVEN:MILES"AND;IS EXPOSED TO THE:FLANK ICmMANY' FILIBUSTER ON RIVERS AND HARBORS


ING,MOVEMENT .OF ALLIES ALONG S SECUREDiG[ [ G lOAN

,THE RIVER OISE I I RIll WA VICTORIOUS lAST NIGTH

OF THE BILLION DOLLARS MANY FINE AND HISTOR
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J Stream of Projectiles Still Fall With ASKED TWO-TIIRDS IS ICAL BUILDINGS HAVE _
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Destructive Effect in Rheims SUBSCRIBED BEEN DEMOLISHED RUSSIAN ARE ATIAC NG J MEASURE\ WITH WAS INSTRUCTIONSTO RECOMMITTED -


i Necessary War Fund Secured in Attempt to Take City Broughton SCALE DOWN

ArtiBery Duel OB North Bask of.Aisne Is a Draw and Contest Is Germany Without' Appealto Severe Fighting But German RZfMYSl.

;.. > 0.e; of HWKIB,, EadaraHce-Both Sides Have Received Foreign Neutral Attack Has Been i
,I J APPROPRllIA TO $20IOOO,000
Strong ReimforcemeBts-Protest Filed at Washing- Countries Unsuccessful FIGHTING HAS BEGUN WITH
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.. tea. Against Wanton Destruction of Cathedralof GARRISON AND FORT-
.f' Berlin, Germany, by wireless by Chalons-Sur-Marne, via Paris,Sept. RESS IS ENGAGED $33,000,000 Will Be Cut Oft'and
Rheins Germans-Kaiser Takes
by way of Sayville, L I., Sept. 21.8ubscriptions 21.-The Germans continued bom- None But Existing Projects

Up Residence Luxemburg thus far received to the barding the principal buildings of ttt Will Be Provided for in

German war loan have assured the Rheims yesterday and last night. In Austrian Rear Guard Has Been New Measure

Paris,-Sept. 21-(Special)The German right under General brilliant success of the war loan plan. addition to the cathedral, the mu- Driven Back and Has Aban- -

One paper speaks of the public resPonse seum,the hospitals and the city hall doned Batteries of Field
JOuk miles the
Yon has beea:forced back seven during past 48 Washington, Sept. 21.-(Special)
as the "victory of those at were for the greater destroyed.
part
hours., It has tea-:driven back onto Noyon, where his forces Somme." > Several inhabitants of the city were ArtilleryNew -The filibuster led by Senators Bur-

were'mpe1led't seek defensive,strongholds to the southeast of The call was for 4,200,000,000 killed. ton and Kenyon against the rivers

the city and on the left bank of'the Oise. General'Von Kluk is marks ($1,050,000,000)) With a taro In spite of the bombardment and York, Sept. 21<-Col Gole- and harbors bill came out victorious

now exposed,to the flanking movement of the allies' left, which is ber of .reports not yet received the repeated attacks the Germans have jewski, military attache to the Rus- tonight when the senate shortly be-
.. sian issued at the Russian
embassy,
- -- bondsalready
total subscribed to the imperial been unable to take Rheims, which
progressing up the right,bank o: the vise in an enveloping ma ; consulate here today this official fore 8 o'clock passed the Bankhead
3 marks. The
is 2,940,000,000 they evidently desire so as to obtaincommand
neuver. 1 treasury certificates which were of of the railways leading to statement, which he said he had received resolution to recommit the bill with

The French and British have driven' forward until today they :fered to the amount of 1,000,000,000marks Charleville, Vedun and Chalons. The from Petrograd: instructions to the committee to bring

occupy, the,heights of:Lassign, west of Noyon, having Noyon itself J have been over subscribed by allies even have made several impetuous "The Austrian rear guard which out another bill carrying $20,000,000

in the north, and stretched ,their lines far east of Laon. 260,000,000: marks counter movements in which attempted to delay our advance near for existing projects.The .

An officer, returning from Scissions to Paris today reported The newspapers express pride that their infantry charged with magnifi Baranow and Rzeszow, was driven filibuster began in earnest
these. results have been reached with cent bravery regardless of the terri back with heavy losses. Our artillery about the middle of last week and on
that. an aerial scout, just back from a reconnoissance, the
says is bombarding Jaroslau.
I out foreign subscription, or the necessity ble storm of shrapnel I Friday the senate was in session all
t ,Germans are retreating in large bodies. of sending subscription blanks to The first ranks suffered terribly Tighting with the garrison of night. At midnight Friday Senator

An announcement at the war' office at Bordeaux at 11 o'clock the many well-to-do Germans now,in But as fast as the men fell others Przemysl has begun; the artillery of Burton offered the same resolution

t tonight said the,fighting had become less violent. It was added the field. On account of the unexpected rushed up to take their places and the fortress has opened fire. which passed tonight and at that timeit

that obvious" progress, had:been made by the French operating betwen success, the final terms of pay when the enemy's lines were reached "In passing through the woods ourtroops was defeated, Senator Bankheadeven

,Rheims and Argonnes. ment have been postponed until De there were furious hand-to-hand en- find batteries of"guns abandoned voting against it.

cember. counters in which the Germans were by the Austrians. The original rivers and harbors bill
The success of the flanking movement the
against German right Last night's report from headquarters .forced to give ground except on the carried $53,000,000, and after a sharp

,in9ired.the war office,.always conservative, to isspe the follow- stated that the German armies in heights of Brimon, which, owing to PRESIDENT GOING HOME TO fight the senate committee reducedthe

int"statement "We are confident the allies hold favorable posi France everywhere have assumed thetfensive the overwhelming fire of machine VOTE IN PRIMARY sum to $34,000,000. This, however

ti ..in the battle now against the strongly enrenched guns, the Germans captured.At was not low enough and the filibustering

us far'the progressing"t enemy. the same time the French made Washington, Sept. 2LPresidentWilson senators continued the
a and the contest has
The Swedish Anderssven fierce assault the of La will leave Washington at 8 fight.
r explorer, a on heights
no f resolved itself into,one of.human
endurance-with the bom- o'clock tomorrow for Princeton
Hedin, is a guest of Emperor Williamat Pompelle' which they carried at the morning The Democrats yielded only when
i ment of Scissions continuing undiminished and with deadly headquarters. He will be allowed point of the bayonet. The struggle N. J., to cast his vote in the pri they realized the last hope of defeat

effect, while Bheims is already practically laid waste by the steady to visit the eastern and western here was a desperate one and after mary election. He wilt return to ing the filibuster had vanished.

Rtrfiam of German projectiles which still fall fronts in order to give non-partisan the retirement of the Germans turcos Washington at 6 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. -

.I,&e"Germans: have' recelvejlreinforcements at' several points account of the situation. were found dead from bayonet LASSEN PEAK BURST BY AN EX-
wounds with their hands clasped in PLOSION
; ; alolg their front, but these have been met by detachments of

eqAl strength,brought up from the French reserves. GERMAN AND AUSTRIAN such antagonists vice-like grips that they around literally the necksof had AmM Tm AUSTRIAN Redding, Cal, Sept 21.-After a

.According to an official announcement by the French naval to be pried off. night of muttering and rumbling Las-

'offics. r,.the fleets of the allies now control the Atlantic, Mediterra- FLEUSBOTTLEDALLIES French Make Gains in Positions INVA ION fAilS sen peak''' exploded early today in a

neaA and North sea. Persons who have returned here sharp thunder clap which rocked the

I I from Rheims say it is difficult to find houses at McComber Flat, nine miles

words to describe these attacks and
.AU 'DuAN& IN RETREAT BEFORE CONTROLLED UNABLE TO CROSS DRINA away.
COMBINED FORCES OF HAVE.
counter attacks of infantry and showers The eruption was the fortyeighthsince
% SERVIA AND MONTENEGRO THE SEAS SINCE FIRST of shot and shell and in a deluge AND SAVE RIVERS INTO the pre-historic volcano awoketo

P !is, SePt21.SPeciaLA( dispatch from Cettinje tonight DAY OF WAR of rain. The Germans, they declare, SERVIAMontenegrins life on May 30 and the first that
y a seem in a desperate hurry to finish has been accompanied by an earth '
lays;the Montenegrin' army operating at Sanjak and Novisbasar their task and are enraged at the shock. A vast volume of sulphurous,
ThaCommerce and Servians
Shows Are
French Statement
aga&st the Austrians have carried Jalow and two other towns tstubborn resistance of the French. ash-laden smoke and steam poured
of France Is Moving Both Holding Their Own
.and'have now entered the village of Roganitza and are only ten The invaders, they say, had all the from a new fissure a mile below the
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mil from Sarajevo,where the assasination of Archduke Francis Freely Despitethe best of the position at the opening of Against the Austrian other. The mountain now has four
War the battle but the situation is Armies craters.
Fe r nand and'his now
consort occurred last June.
"' changed and the French have been Twice yesterday the old craters

Tfe; the Servians and Montenegrins have effected a junction andreport Bordeuax, France, via London, Sept able to gain positions on high grounds Nish, Servia, via London, Sept. 21. spouted smoke, but 'coday they were
; Austrians in disorderly retreat, the Montenegrins cap- i that will enable them to fight on'even -An official communication inactive.
:
21.-An official communication reviewing says
turilg mu booty. terms and they declare the Germans
: 'The enemy's attempt to cross the
I the work of the fleetsince will never be able to break their linesat Drina on the Losnitza-Ratcha line MRS. H. M., FLAGLER IS ROBBED ,t

_ EASIER; OCCUPIES GERMAN LEGATION AT LUXEMBURG the outbreak of hostilities, says: Rheims. have again failed and all the Austrian OF GEMS
"The navy was called upon'to cover
Soldiers back here
%k, Sept. 21.-(Special) The are coming covered attempts to cross the Save on the -
Kaiser
has taken quarters t the return of troops to France from
a with mud and drenched to the Mitrovitza-Shabatz front have also Asheville, N. C, Sept 21.-Author-
Lux burg where several thousand German troops guard the Africa which was done satisfactorily. skin by the heavy rains which continue been unsuccessfuL Nothing of importance L. ities are searching for a black pearl

German legation, which he is making his residence. A squadronof "Assisted by the British forces in to fall. The chalky clay ground _...... ____ !is_ reponea_._ ._L. irom# me>. cave-... and diamond pendant valued at between
,aeroplanes is the channel and the North sea, the north of Rheims has been softened and which
already in readiness to beat off possible French so Danube front $40,000 $50,000 has
aero, lanes command of the sea was attained they say, that it will be impossible "The enemy retiring ,from' Vishe- been lost or stolen from Mrs. HenryM.

I.) from the first day the war broke out for a retreating army to get away its grade, Bosnia, forty miles southeastof Flagler, a guest of a local hotel

FRENCH The French and British fleets also artillery. To this fact they attributethe Sarajavo, abandoned all his stores. The jewel has been missing since

f'I. AMBASSADOR PROTESTS AGAINST DESTRUCTION assured the security of the Mediter desperation with which the Ger Our troops seized 20,000 kilograms the dinner hour Saturday and it is ;

OF ranean after the flight of the Goe- mans are fighting. supposed to have while
CATHEDRAL OF RHEIMS (about 44,000 pounds) of flour, 30,000 disappeared
ben and the Breslau, and the enemy
WAhington, Sept 21.-SpeciaL-M.) tins of meat, many blankets, a field Mrs. Flagler was at dinner with a
Jules Jusserand the has not appeared again.
French BASEBALL RESULTS hospital with 100 wounded and all group of friends. Detectives from an
ambassador, today filed with "The German fleet does not leave
Acting Secretary of State medical stores and forty railway wag- agency in Atlanta are expected to
Lansing protest against the "wanton and uncalled for destruc its base. Nevertheless the British Federal League ons. arrive in Asheville today to search

tion of the Cathedral of Rheims fleet was able to fight a naval battle for the pendant. No arrests have
,by the Germans." The arobassadorjsaid Brooklyn 3, Kansas City 11. 'The Montenegrins, after carryingthe
off Helogoland from which it emerged
the destruction couldn't take place unless deliberately victorious. Pittsburg 2, St. Louis 5. forts of Fotcha and Gorasda, in been made.GERMANS'.

aimed!at Baltimore 3, Chicago 2. Bosnia, captured Jabuka on September -
"It is impossible to know whether
Buffalo 1, Indianapolis 9. 16th and took Rogatica on the OFFER OF ARMISTICE
the enemy's fleet will end by accept- seventeenth. SPURNED BY BELGIANS ti
National
WAll REVENUE,BILL IS BEFORE RUSSIANS HAVE ing the challenge ,but meanwhile the League ...--
TAKEN 15,000 "The morale of our troops is excellent -
New York 0 6.
Chicago
ROUSEWashington allied squadrons are mistress of the
AUSTRIANS IN THREE DAYS but the Austrians are com- London, Sept 21. A dispatch from
Boston 6 5.
,
sea and are blockading the German Pittsburg
Antwerp from the correspondent of h
pletely demoralized and are flying
Sept 2L-The and Austrian coasts; forcing the en- Philadelphia 3, St. Louis 6. ti
: administration Paris, Sept. 21-In a message from panic-stricken. The Montenegrin armyis the Central News declares the armistice -
9-8 Cincinnati
62.
Brooklyn ,
war revenue'bin, as finally Petrograd the Havas 1 agency correspondent emy to live almost exclusively on only fifteen kilometers (about ten proposed some days ago by
revised by and' that themselves and reckon only on their American League miles from Germany to Belgium provided that
ways means committee says during the past ) ,the Bosnian capital and
three resources. This is certain assuranceof Cleveland 5, Philadelphia 4. civil government in all Belgian towns
,Democrats 'to' tax ,beer, wines days the Russians in Galicia has captured a large amount of
have captured 15,000 Austrians, in- ultimate success for us if the war Detroit 8, Boston 8. Twelve innings booty. be immediately resumed by Belgiumand
gasolene, tobacco "
dealer* brokers cluding 150 officers.. Many cannon, is prolonged. ; darkness. the German occupation of these 4
,
bankers, amusement proprietors and quick fire guns and supplies also have The. communication proceeds to Chicago 1, Washington 6; AUSTRIAN TROOPS NOW HOLD towns be' discontinued on condition

'commercial instruments, was intro been taken.BANDITS. show that French'seaborne trade St. Louis 2, New York 4. BRUSSELS that communication with the Ger-

'd ced in the house today. The.measure continues to enjoy full liberty of '" mans in France be not interfered

is expected by its framers to increase ROB BANK; SHOOT movement. AMERICAN HOSPITAL SHIP IS Amsterdam, Holland, via London, with.

: ', internal revenue by $105,000- CASHIER DELAYED Sept -According to a dispatch to Belgium refused to agree, saying

000 annually.offsetting the decrease ODD FELLOWS DEBATE AGE the Telegraaf, the German troops to do so would be disloyal to the al- j

in ,import duties resulting from the Chicago, Sept, 2L-Three robbersat LIMIT ,London, Sept. 2L Rear Admiral who were in Brussels have left that lies. 1?:

war.Democratic noon today entered the Aaron Ward, U.' S. N, retired, wentSuy city for the French and Russian
Franklin
I Leader Atlantic City, N J.; Sept. 2L-- to Falmouth to meet the THE WEATHER
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Underwood, who Park fronts. The army 'now occupying ::
Savings bank, located in suburb
a
*ffl pilot,the bill (Special)-A general,. debate upon American the Red
through the-house, shot Walter Joss; the assistant hospital ship, Brussels is Austrian, and has with iseven
plans to call up the measure for consideration cashier, and escaped in the_ question; of admitting t embers Cross,which sailed'from New York siege guns. Florida: Local showers Tuesdayand
next Thursday under 'with an automobile to the'Sovereign. Grand Lodge, LO., eight 'days ago. Today .he advised probably Wednesday. ,
a special an unknown '
'rule. He believes it is assured of The sum of.money. 0.:F, at the age of.18 instead of_21, Ambassador Page that she was due October Ladies' Home Journal InMunsey's
booty consisted of;bills in '
the
.passage in the house consumed;most'of the,.opening session : Tuesday bet that account of "A New China"
by the end of cash drawer and the contents of on delay with maps. With every day that passes, grim
the'week coin rack. .Joss die,the 'of Oat J body' today- No,decision, she, probably would 'not ',dock, until McClure's, Everybody's, and others. winter must be taken more into account
:probably will, reacl ed.
: was ; Wednesday. Curtis & O'Neal by the warring powers.i4S .
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i. i s "; :i .GBUUNL- -. .... LINES- lustful look in'his eye. I "Open out your engine,' CCe'I I a hurry take it to Wannan's Repair jOf I your neighbor by reading the
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: :) irs.Servico.Ia' "Jtet" ,&*'}offieertwaa'* a gentle,! 'and i let's get back undercover: Shop .' 12-5-tf.. I j Sentinel every morning and getting
'II (InternatfeaalBaavaia ; : thoughtful[type #]man. He;took no I ,own,side's. guns.' .1 > all the news first.
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l Sept: ;t Deepit l the .notice., \ fit.' I '1l i. and' 6ut< of small t .Killer ,Will Don't oterlok the want ads.' I :
*".'From;;,Tvhere do youjo-m ?." he I Get the news in the Sentinel first.
tstrict.orders. \England. ,'France, Bel ;.: .' turned and twisted violently
.
f inquired., ,. were'on Rid -
the main road
,gum and Germany that no war,corre- once
U'From.Beauvais, monsieur. There 'was no sign of the
\t'spondent be'allowed* av.the front ,two 'And you are going'where?' They had evidently turned off. house of all insects. 3lN yur.jm.Jf
( l them, have Just arrived here fromthe' To Paris, monsieur.;
we thought might
we as
."'Ah! to Paris.'. 15c. Gallon $1.00 .
scene offighting.. ;One of them : out our intention of going
,
'related their. experiences, . ". '. "He smiled reflectively, as if to say. mont, which lay eastward,
; For sale GIVE THE
'(,am going,there too.' by CHILDREN
Their first 'adventure ,was tojbe : t our friends;,the Uhlans,

caught by a''IUbianp: tro1 near Cler-. "Then.he,' studied our papers again have come'from 'the,'north W ers &- Gore
and compared the atrocious photographs
[\:- I. v*- at one or two farms if all CORRECT STATIONERYAnd
mont.. V" pasted on them,with our sun there. 'Yes,- ,' y ;
.yes we were
i "We were in a motor car,"-said the burnt faces. ,
we. bowled along. But just
"and when' .turnedacorner ,
correspondent, we
: '1 'Thentlie corporal was busy again; came;to. the.first house. of '
sharplywesaw;the.'Ger-
k .
1 He ,demanded. a.newspaper.which .the ae'saw'twd or three' people I they will take pride in
mans coming;eighteen ,otyem, E. '\ y
!'.In'thi-few. seconds'. which passed j drive; fiadt The ''driver, thought he towards us, .looking back Sale 4$ writing their letters.
wanted his. bowler bat. which ,was .in shoulderS
between,our feeing--them "and them'i net in front of him., ,He offered'itolitel' I Correct letter writing is both
a.;: . 'Go back, go back, they
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coming ups(did a good. deal of. hard )
.; 'Jfein;nem,,die i .Zeitung,* lie out to us. 'The streets are I I
t inkb r.\ {luckily ;(had. taken :the told.I i' .... an art and, an accomplishment.
was Germans.
carload of Milk
a Jersey .. "
precaution"to hide all the passes and ** i' '
recommendations that would identifyme 'Den Sitz augheben' (lift up the "Then we understood why sale, and people of the sur Crane's Linen Lawn repre-
seat),.-next ordered, the corporal, in, cer in charge of the patrol
as journalist,inmy.boot. Our country are invited to in- rt
sents the highest in
manu-
"safe German., We ',.did''so.. Notching. 'concealed go. He knew we were
conducts"_ ylid:not say who:we : .
!( : for which of .
straight a place facture writing paper.rane's
were. T9 ,allappearances. we were
j "'Give me; those..maps' :(the maps been occupied by Germans. prices. Call on or address
with
just eccentric
ordinary people
an 1' '
fancy for motoring in the danger by which we were' traveling). We certain we would fall into j I N. SEWELL, We are showing correct sizes

zone. : smiled at him cheerfully as we hand- hands again. It was only by.a W Winter Garden Fla. teen cX:2'lJJ1l and shapes for Children, Misses
Everything in the'car of luck that did not.
Germans,*'I .murmured 'warningly edfjthem' o\er. we 9:11.1m"i|
to my'companions was turned. over. Nothing incriminating "I have never seen a THE CORRECT.WRITING PAPER and Adults.

y 1'4'.Rather,1; he ,said, 'as :"if he had turned up. turn so ,quickly t as ours i .
'" "Then came the matter of the safe- I \V. S. BRANCH
come,out on,purpose to.:meet them. (Continued on page 3)) MATERIAL ,
i ducts.. .1 I
"Then, we pulled out our safe-con i
ducts and hoped> for the best. "These are.no use,' the officer" said-, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Tbe Arcade Book and Music Store

:."Tos 'papiers/ said the officer in still speaking' French. C. McDANIEL SALEC
command,' speaking 'French with a "We began to explain that we had j

good accent He studied.them atten gone through all needful formalities, Twenty acres on Lake oft
tively. but he quietly cut us short about 18 planted to
14x22
r with fountain.
"'Oeffnen' (open), demanded a gruffcorporal ."They are no use,' he repeated. grape fruit trees, 5 years old Stone, 26x44 in frame. THE OLD RELIABLE

on the other".side of the car, He was evidently wondering what to .1,000 boxes now on trees. If A Wire Stitcher. .
-pointing to our bags. He had a very do with us, and wondering, also, how sire this property, will be Case Wood Furniture, DANN'S TRANSFER
large revolver, with" which he covered far: off the French were. giving two fine building .

,; 'us,.while one.trooper, lance'in hand, "We began to feel like the criminal i Lake Gatlin in front brass lined, 6'/4x23.
kept the point of it menacing toward who has been found'guilty while the i I three'other lakes. Price for brass lined, 12x18. Dr. B. D. WIENANGA, Prop.
the,chauffeur.- The rest stood round judge addresses him before passing $12,000 or $6,000 for half. Mailer {i
with, expressionless faces, exceptthree sentence. I better in Florida. Owner Cutter.

who went on ,a little way tokeep "Then, all of a sudden, we foundwe ''peatedly refused to sell, but Paper Cutter. Livery, Draying and HaulingWE

-5 watch against ,any surprise. were discharged! I'I I count of sickness he is unable Proof Press, 9x21 with
Both they and, their horses were in With a sharp word of commandthe to Florida to live as he .

good.,condition ;They were as silent other jerked his patrol into mo I Two 3 acre tracts Motor. GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE '

and, :( '. "Out:fcf my,bag the gruff corporal good English. 'It is all right' And borhood, good land and complete.
"tore some,maps. The other contents they walked their horses quickly surburban homes. Price $ 12x18. i I ,
s i AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
he tossed contemptuously'back. Mr.: away. $2,000. lbs. 10 pt. body type. '
:Moore's bag was. passed,too, althoughit "We did not lose any time either.To 10 acres all cleared, !. job fonts, racks and cases, j
: had a khakhi suit right at the top. say we felt thankful would be Lake Ivanhoe overlooks and other material Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
Unfortunately i the first thing that like saying of a.man, naked in a snowstorm : splendid land and a fine is all in first-class I .
showed. se :when our, driver's valise that he felt chilly. Get on, we The stucco cottage on and will be sold for the i I HORSES FOR SALE '
'came to be examined was a re urged our 'driver '(he was nothingloth one block north of Eola to close an estate. i I
c volver., The corporal grunted with !) I only give him a foretasteof completed built for comfort iI I
delight as he pocketed it. .He glancedat what I had to say about the im- venience-large lot, stone P. O..BOX 35 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida

]}the officer .as much ,as to say, becility of non-combatants carryingarms. ,beautifully situated and will ORLANDO, FLA.
'What need have,we of any further, That could wait till he was for $6,000, good terms. ,
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ORANGE GROVE FOR SALE ATTENTION .

One of the best building lots, within a stone's throw
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i of the Court House, is in the market at one-third less
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than surrounding lots are selling for. If not sold by
I Situated, four- miles from a very progressive town with front overlooking: two lakes; 10 acres cleared ready tc
October 10th, the price will be raised to correspond with
ti one mile lake front,mostly high ground, connected with
plant Citrus Fruit fair dwelling house stable
; a good invited the
other lots. Only cash buyers are as moneypee
a.system of lakes and rivers'up to Jacksonville and within ,
spraying machine, a pair of mules and all necessary is needed.
: mile of railroad 'station on clay road. .
farming implements, an eighty barrel steel tank on steel
; 1'90 acres of deep rich kammock land universally -
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iM known to be the best citrus and truck tower, 20 feet high on cement base; an eight horsepower

1' land. s engine, connected with pipe lines running through BUILDING SITE

the grove; five hydrants on the pipe line. A good wellacres'
d for builders. We can offer a plot of I land in. desirablelocation
55 bearing Orange Grove. of soft water. Have successfully raised Irish and sweet '
near lake. An extra good opportunity, high

potatoes, corn, watermelons, tomatoes, also a nice patch
batch of trees 200x200 three streets
o. 300, big Orange Trees, about 150 Grape Fruit ground, on ; can

= I and few Tangerins and Lemon Trees, of bananas well protected against frost on account of easily be divided' up in six or more lots, especially

'seven and one-half acres of this tract suitable for buildlake protection., This proposition must be seen to be apadapted to build small houses and bungalows. Terms to

.: ing,sites. for winter homes and a most, ideal place for a preciated. Liberal terms will be given. suit the purchaser. Get in touch with us quickly before
k.y
.E tourist hotel,. in the midst of oak and pine trees, all lake too late.

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tone' furious*pull al :they .wheel GRAND
R, 'Back Where: had the j 1': :
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'14! ench.a werruS1il .. : .

j' e 18, were tour of 1, .. r t:
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:.along.! coveted
van"fight into the enemy's lines. TODAY
:Hurriedly explained io: them what JC

hAd 4 happened.. ; In a:few'seconds' they H
} 'we e' out :of their pan and ipto our _

ci.i.and wp Were tearing along again.

It was'.dangerousf; ':eour; -y- "Perils of Pauline "
wecould.:; not leave the poor: fel! rj11j ,
there. "If'they catch us,' I said, 'we :
shall say you :took us prisoners. I The 13th episode is still perilous for .

They won't ,shoot, .you, anyway. That Pauline. Her adventures will make gasps
f might getlus, ;off: .Fortunately they

did 4 not; catch. .jas. Turning off where, t.' ;- ,," again, surely.
-h'
wesguessed the troops must haveturned

ahead.,* we Anxiously soon saw we some stopped cavalry,and r T

was looked. friend,at it 'through or,foe?our field glasses: : Jill Do You Know "The Fatal Portrait,"

: They :were)J the rear guard J of ,a '
large French force of infantry that : A Kalem special in two parts featur-

wals marching- under the. broiling mid- .4 1 This ing Irene Boyle. .
d4 a'san.i."It -' -. : Step ? ,

was [slow work' and hot work' : A show worth everybody's time and I
moving along with them. t .
officers
Many : '.' ., '" '
offered to let us'pass, but the Itt money.
courteous ;old; general of diVisionasked .

us riot to. hurry, ahead,,'.so" wcould e The girl who can dance : ."'
only :do about two ,and a half ;
'miles an' hour. We 'were so glad 'tobe THE CASTLE POLKA j : ORCHESTRA
'ok
with our side again though,
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that f we would]have cheerfully gone, will not be. a wall flower

ifj>necessary, ,u po n; Sour hands and :
knees. f
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"Every' now 'and then there wouldbe ..L.. T. lOc
;'a.halt and the troops would throw,
themselves in .any shade they could The Castle Polka is \Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Castle's latest

n4tto; rest for a few momentS. At creation; and it will sweep the country this fall and winter
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one'halt stream was discovered." f just as the "Hesitation" did last season. TOMORROW |
J t*An.old gamekeeper in the'serviceof *
.the.Marquis.de: Breteufl, was looking Let Mr and Mrs. Castle teach you-in \
tn. The men's thirst touched him, -how your own home "Col Heeza "
and'the wistful eagerness with,whictheystruggledfor'a to dance it They give you personal lessons in two Liar,

sight' of some I pages of pictures and text "

newspapers'that; I collected from the ; "Muff sed.

cart lo give them. 'War, monsieur,' '

\ nes&id Yr* ; 'is] madness. Think of the I'I'q In the. October Issuer ,

t.b raising.partridges. -Allfrightened I ,have ,had the, trouble!. ofAnd ',;', Upon entering the GRAND you will
away
.t thinl4'of men killing'one 'another, oh.suchja l' Ladies' Home notice our improvements in the displayof
.J---. fine'dayl!' Journal

."-A1ier a ,while. -- we found .a road to our future pictures. This enables you
the; right which :we,could follow. tAt .
k i to keep posted on the week's
corner were some'FjenclTcavafry.On "s ; program.We .
You
-can learn ,it in an hour or two in
>]hillside they! spotted the horsemen your own home, just. add that it is the
best
and
i !;.1 What were they! UhlandFi as if you were in Castle House, where all fashionable New may most

ld.-,glasses. .were leveled. A. mot York society'will' dance it attractive paper display in the South.

was: >sent .off. to observe- them.thtiaglt . We. -
there Iwas a chance "ofscup ,a .
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: But they were:only; the flankerstto .' :Fifteen Cents
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the division in retreat Copy, of All News Agents '. -_ _

"! )did nothave: clear .roads for '?, Or, $1.50 a Year ((12 issues) by Mail, Ordered pI -, ,
long;! Soon we' came u '
artillery..
Our
( Through
Subscription Agents Direct .
or
t' They;'were,very courteous. They let .
us'go by. One officer'stopped us;but Our Sales Agent is llllarnmond&Gore

it'wasfonly;: 'to say, would we take'a' "
x telegram: for him and send it off from I
.the first otri ewe passed? W e*thought WHITNEY WRIGHT, FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND E&IBALMERS. .

it must be :an'official telegram, for J 129 :S.: Orange Ave. Orlando. .

I ,lieWas.an 'officer, of high'rank... But ci i REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
wheat he :read it over to me it :ran: :
'Safejand welL, 'Best love.' Its was THE CURTIS ,PUBLISHING COMPANY COMPARE

a telegram to his wife. 'I_can notyou'hiw teU Independence Square, Philadelphia Pennsylvania

I liked .him. for. that. OUR FURNITURE
"J st, after. : this we .heard. of- our .
7+ 'Ubhiis' : again. As we bustled. back _.
-r" to f We provide the quality furniture that has long
the main,' road we had caught the tap- When buildings in course of construction -, been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as. the t.
: tap-tap of rives. ,Now we learned I have teen completed, De-. standard of.merit. If an article is here'it is good.
whatt meant. :They'bad.been sighted iSoto.eo nty will have expended within LEADINCbcslness n It wouldn't'be here were it otherwise. We can't make
and fired on. Only three were I the past two years a total of $190- A man of New York, N| Ophaseofthedt'rus industry has. this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones
.seek galloping away, These joined r 000 for school buildings.For (4 ours to sent whom a copy a of friend the ; the Buckeye been n gl Nurseries ected In of this business, and that means much to any buyer. .

another large party' and, went, down log Buckeye,referred araeries to It In cata'his -} :r ca lectionoflocadonfora ta1og. From .the se e ti
the goad toj.Clermont just after we well letter of acknowledge- grove to the
marketing
/ sale.-A bred driving ment as"The citrus fruit text of the McNEILL & DAVIS. BLOCK
and is
crop everything
fully
;four' soldier "
jour passengers had book. This Is exactly what we ,
mare-sound and gentle, in her treated. There are no theories
turned by mother,off. piece :of good. fortune prime. .Any, lady can drive; city J sought we fiarded are gratified by to ita make readers.to the have catalog it 60 and re* ence book set forth in gives fruit-is aU growing.based the advice on expert the* i Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla. i

t broke. There can be nothing betterin
"Maxims mounted J
'or1'motor cars the horse line for ladies and chil
are to be. seen luau. -directions now dren. No dealers or liverymen need A Guide to Citrus Fruit Culture .

cbe apply, she ,must have a good home. -- -- -
-,An officer in'charge of one of Price, $150. Also buggy -arid har- The Buckeye Nurseries -
thesis ..c congratulated us,'uPon a Victory ness cheap Catalog'Buckeye
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:wont by.British; cavalry at Com-
H. C. McDANIEL.
: peigne,, ,over the German Horse Nurseries grow superior trees-this has been .,..

quatd' .. 'It Was.a very'fine piece of their successful accomplishment for more thirty years.t

wore' ...he told us. 'Dashing and. de&ive. Our interest in the trees does not end with the sale to -A 1

.', WOO! WOO! NoodI 1 ,the grove owner, however. We want them to thrive : 1 t.f

"A ground-about road brought us : and bear profitable crops-and purchasers of. Buckeyetrees ;
back.to \jgt 'I-:
l : Beauvais, no battle being ex- are given possible assistance this end. t
; reHed'until Excellent.Core. Pine Wood Sup every to :
'tomorrow. We had to ... !.I
aJ: frequently whether,' the;.road;was plied in any quantity "
safe or not It'was a.comfort when "- The Book Typifies Buckeye Service BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS i

the .great, cathedral, ''standing high LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS '
above,':the town, came ,in sight We SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE Bucke Service to planters Buckeye trees has become almost ;
had an interesting) round." as well known as the quality of the trees themselves. Our com Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
STRANDS .
a OR MORE plete and helpful catalog has been for years a most important 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction :

It ,i_ strange how :many people factor of this.service. The new edition is by far the most during that time:
:there. are 'that do attractive and comprehensive catalog we have published. Sendtoday
: not believe in advertising

/yet they will work the pub ELDREDGE 'BAlLOWTclephone for free copy if you grow citrus fruits Touring Car $555.00 I'

lisher for all tie free advertising they 375 Buckeye Nurseries Runabout 505.00

can get But it takes all kinds. of F. 0. B. Orlmdo. in ears fully equfpptL t
people makeV world.. South Street, near A. C. L. 10 3$ Citizens BankTampa Building
;.' Further, we will be able to obtain the ntilmm effideney
'Tracks Fla. In eu factory production, and the minimum cost to curprcbtdnt
The ''citrus seminarwill open .at :9 1 and sales departments if we rem an output of
im 3W.W tan between the above date t
a.' m., September.' 22nd, in Peabody 9-1-
hall, : AU should we reaeh this production we agree to pay as
University orF1orida[ at Gainesville the bll1'r' share from |M to )CS per ear ten er about
and win::close' at '4 ' Sep BuckeyeTreesBear .t. Aeastld9lS) to every retail buyer who purchases a new :,
tember 24th, There.wfll be p. mn Dudley Matthews ford ear between Anted I. 1H4 and Auput 1. 1915. II.1
night ses- '
For fartlwr particulars ejtrdin these low prices and profit-
sions.on Tuesday and Wednesday.v r ,hero='flan, Jet S
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The Lynn Hayen'latidryhas : P. G. RUSH, (
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installed more just DRAFTING.. =NEW CANCER REMEDY '1 I .We insure year lite not ha you l ); "c.. '
work., Business machinery to facilitate.-... .' 'Blue Printing and Hap Work. Pat- Removes cancers, tumors. ,of aU 1 j money on r* I estate at Binterest. Jet cent Phone 226 i
. is increasing,; g ent office.drawings, show cards, and kinds No money.until"you are;sat- i .Ors N. Life. .
the addition of a newEst ironingchine ,ma' general commercial art.: Perspec- isfied. Dr. C. W. Hains, 4-7 Warm. I Carry ..... ,.... -
.' r .dyes In color or flat washes. Bldg, Lafayette, street,'Tampa.,.:FI*. "II J&11tt
f*. ... .. -.T ,;.,. zROOMlZYoweU'DuckwortbBwldMg' 9-13-lOt .- .
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'f.T"I bMtr; :DULL, DAY, CRIMINAL C. B. NYE ANSWERED THE MASTER'S ;ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY OPENED : t"JII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIJ'JJJJ"J"IIII ., ..
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,COURT CALL YESTERDAY MORNING .
SMtti: fIIr U SmIIIeI .

c Nr NOMMfi ANA,WCEKYi06UI Only two cases were called it Orlando ,was' saddened unday byqbe With a good enrollment of.,bp hr L-- t.
{ nUUfl. ',. Mt.r aEotefed .4 Owur criminal court yesterday and court news of the,death of Mr. Chaun- eyed pupils ready for the year's work, .. .,

was adjourned at four o'clock yesterday >!cey Barton.Nye-.at Tampa, of acute St.Joseph's Academy opened yesterday t,
. Ida M'Saeoad.a& the dan poatomce'.Mall Matter.SUBSCRIPTION Orlando.. Flog afternoon until nine this'morn. indigestion, his"death coming entirely morning. The enrollment is larger .

s ing, the absence of some material unexpected by his host of loyal than last year in the primary .department '

s ball:. 1 T.r .............RATES........... ss.oo witnesses making it impossible tc. friends here, he having been in the I and this excellent institution c.
: Daily, I Month*. ........ ....;....:... %.10 take up other cases. Bob Epps, colored best of health when he went to the gives promise of a very success I ofeJ :
Dally, I Month ,;;.................... L2Dafly
l 1 Month ...............:....... .H was convicted of killing a'cow South Florida metropolis a few days ful and useful school'ear. : .
and drew a fine of $100. E. W. Rain on business. The body was . r .
W.ekly; 1 Tear .,.................... ILC the ago prepared t. .
Weekly,I Months .................:.. .75 lerson, colored, was arraigned on for shipment and went north TREES FOR SALE : ..
i charge of passing a worthless check, yesterday afternoon, the interment I' I. '
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN The Terra Ceia Nurseries have for I .
4 ADVANCE but after one witness was heard the being' at 'his old home at Rochester, sale the Walters-(Florida Standard) ;. I.I I.
jury, under the instruction of the N. Yi, where his wife was visiting at variety of grapefruit,' 'from one to I ,', .
i ?, TO ADVBSTlfiEES: court,rendered a verdict of not guilty the time of his death. ,three years old, budded on three to : ,1- I .
I four. years old rough lemon roots; I :
adv Cepy...*fer* net dUplay be ..aid....an i* at sties tbe "butoeiftce 'Met Mr.' Nye was born at Pittsford, and the Heart's Tardiff orange, one I ,
-r el die latimel Mt later taa. I'Pole a DR. POULSON- TO RETURN ON Monroe county, N. Y., forty-two years year old buds on three years old :
t 4v Wen fvMkatiea. ,TkU rule appIU THE 23thMembers rough lemon roots. AH in first class .
and is survived by his wife two
r fw' eeatnet adrertUUf; it isad i II ago, ,
'uM wffl bt itikOr ...... to.' M);" brothers, and two sisters, all of whom condition TERRA CEIA NURSERIES, ,. jjI.

r 1 .. Sobaeriben: Ewing The Seentind diaeoi of the Baptist church and will await the arrival of the body at Terra Ceia Florida.J. [
: tinned.should notify the office in writing ou friends of Dr. Edward T. Poulsoi Rochester.Mr. C. Rowell, Manager.

x continued MM date of at expiration the regular, otherwise subscription it will ratetntil lit. i throughout the city will be interests Nye was an engineer of. broad I Correspondence solicited.,
j notice,to atop fa received- I to.know he will be in the city on Friday experience and had been connected .
; the 25th inst, and in his pulpit with big propositions in differ. FOR SALE-Seven room house; 21-2

'TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1914, next Sunday. ent parts some of the country. He has budded acres orange best garden trees. land Inquire; 125 L.small Box [ff
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> He and Mrs. Poulson have spent made his home in Orlando for the 671, city: 9-22-6t i
)* three weeks at New Albany, Indiana, ,,
y Some people .never give the devil past two years, residing at 211 East
and other points, and report a pleasant LOST-Gold cross and chain; cross ,
He had .
Ids doe while they live., Jackson street. just completed about two inches long, with small .
vacation and much needed rest .
a the installation of the largestprecooling I
--=o-. diamond. Reward if returned to this
'Opportunity knocks bat once., but Members of his congregation and plant in the state at the office. 9-22-3t In spring time young men's :

,4 envy II a regular blackamitb.European their many friends will rejoice at packing house of his cousin, A. J. thoughts turn to love; in Fall : :

0 their return.OVERSTREET. Nye, in this city, and had contractsto T.Conscientious F. HOURIHAN work, Licensed at fair Plumber.prices. time wives and housekeepers : -

[ nations are rapidly reducing LANDED A WHOPPER equip a number of other packing i Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf : turn to thoughts of the rejuvenation .. .
their standing armies. houses in different parts of the state I ,
r ,0 with machinery and'precooling I of their homes. Hubby : :
: illMMMMIIHMMMIMT.F. It might energetically kick at the : :
If a gossip only told what shi plants.
knows. she wouldn't", be a gossip. When Mr..M. 0. Overstreet left last He was a loving and a devoted hus- I WUHAN :: high cost of living, and maybe .' :
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o week for Daytona,Beach he declared band, a faithful and sympatheticfriend ;: justly so, but the echo of his : .
. : his intention to stay at that popular hearted and liberal Licensed Plumber and :
One hotel in Paris.uses 7,800 eggs a large protest against beautifying his
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a'day. Awful strain on the hens. resort until he landed one or more minded citizen. His life story is Sanitary Engineer :
-, of the big bass that are biting so well home would be so modest as to i
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: 0 written, the book is sealed and in the Estimates Furnished. Jobbing '
there this month. He caught a num. of all-merciful Father. Promptly Attended to. be almost unheard. : .
f We don't need the good book to tel possession an ::
us. that, ,all war correspondents art ber of minnows weighing from five Nothing that we can say can add to PHONE 629 I..''
{ liars. to twenty-five pounds, but couldn'teta or detract from that record. But it I'
c aI .. big one until Saturday, when he 106 Court Street : :
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a is eminently fitting and proper that Let US help do :
spit on the bait just right and landed you .
Moving.crops,and.moving: ,pictures we should bear testimony to the fact ORLANBO, FIORBA
home
combine to make the United States a 35-pounder. He returned that he was honored and respected by 4-al-lm i : your planning
that he
satisfied
Sunday thoroughly whose it know '
happy, all privilege was to I'I
:,' v .-, *., bad stayed long enough. to carry' out him. IHiillMMMMMMMMMHIMHHHIMMMMMM :: Our stock of House-Furnish. I

jt.The nan whb plants-the most sweet his intention. I t ings now that our NEW GOODS :

- potatoes'will,ride in the finest auto.mobile FAME OF ORLANDO SPREADING have arrived is .
BOARD OF TRADE FAILED TO positively corn.plete. :

: ,:5) >. ., .GET-QUORUM That the up to-date sewage disposal McCUllOCU! :

IrVise couples never seek a divorce,, The Board of, Trade meeting scheduled plant erected in this city is at- i .
preferring to keep the alimony in the o'clock tracting general attention is indicatedby i
at eight
for last night
: family. foiled to materialize for lack of a a letter received yesterday by City We can cater for any Style,
G. R. Ramsey from the assistant Effect I
\ o- several faithful members Engineer Department Store any '
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dab quorum of at the i .
Many man with brains like .a professor hydraulics
the
hour to gather .
waiting nearly an I i .'
' has a ,bump of, egotism as big as a I number to transact busi- University of Toronto,Toronto, Can. j.
peacock's. iccessary ada. He wanted full particulars in

o iess. regard to the method of constructionand Tumblers :: Take Your Choice
Jelly
M ten cents a,pound,your adorec BICYCLE THIEVES BUSY operation of the septic tanks now ..' .
won't be offended if you call heigranulated. in use. I Of any of these new decorative :

_. About three weeks ago a perfectly I Fruit Jars weaves 'and re-beautify your :
,a food and reliable Iroquois bicycle was 'Hon. J. T. G. Crawford, of Jacksonville home-and possibly rejuvenate I
The is mightier than the sworebecause national
pen stolen from in front of the Sentinel Florida's Democratic
it:is difficult to sign checks: office and neither spoke, tire nor rim committeeman, and Attorney and all kinds your husband by so doing-that :

with a' sword. las been seen since in this vicinity.In Mrs. W. B. Crawford, of Kissimmee, .::, is if he needs it. :
o .between composed a pleasant party of visitors I
1t [ broad,daylight yesterday, ,
t Most of us .get what we deserc eleven and twelve o'clock, a thief in Orlando yesterday.Eat . NEW CRETONES .
but but the rich and powerful .
none ook another Iroquois bicycle from in PreseingS. 'Ketlles : NEW SCOTCH MADRAS :
will admit it., front of the Sentinel office. The poke all you want. : I'I
o the trail of the thieves Eat what you want. : : New BUNGALOW MADRAS
are hot on it. :
and
r; Take a postscript forget
forward
A wise puts his best foot
man and hope'locate them. The Sen- all druggists.
For sale by
NEW CANVAS :
CLOTHS :
T; but a fool ,trusts to the, left tbel 'will pay a liberal reward for l-7-d&w.lyr BrMge Aveire.HtllillllllllMIIIIIIM. II' '
,'s hind'foot of a graveyard rabbit. he apprehension of the thief or NEW LACE CLOTHS :
o The want acL's the thing. I
Times have changed since Adam thieves. ., NEW EMBROIDERY

.' r blamed his downfall on an apple A iMMMIMIMMIttlilliFresh ::: SWISS :

peach is. the favorite downfall fruit I .
1 PLAIN AND FANCY I.
these -
days.Alexander I.
w o' GARDEN SEEDS GRENADINES"

the Great is dead-: Tarpon : .. :
NEW BURLAPS
\ Leader.' Also Adam, Methuselah, 'I .

Noah, Solomon, the Republican partyand --A'l'-- : : THE NEW PILGRIM :

a few other notables. DENNIES '
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:"R.oo evelt Silent 'as to His Candiduy McELROY'S PHARMACY The NEW GENEVA CLOTHS : :.
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Roosevelt," declares should be headline.silent on any. Tha subject III IIIIIIIIII-- . . . . . . . . I'\I: :. The NEW RADIUM CLOTHS : ,
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reads like some of the war des THE NEW MARQUISETTES I. -.
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patches., THE NEW SCRIMS :
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;- Its.hard for a m&rrled.man. to tel rl' NEW CANVAS CLOTHS ,
:; from the fashion plates whether to i .
approve 'or .condemn' the fall ha ri r II


the styles.. description.The prices o are not'given with ][WflRY fOR TU[ WOOING[ We can schemes.help' you Try with us. color .. ::1:.


St Petersburg celebrated the ac 1'-

l, qui ition'of'a new railroad yesterday For the bride, countless things in Silver, Cut -I..':

t t the;Tampa alt Gulf Coast The nee. '., Glass and Fine China. Rare jewels of every de .''
'i' rotd'eenaeeta Tampa and,St. I'eteres ,.
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;. burg by. rail direct. scription.For. .i j : .

.{f" ,Q Bridesmaids Ladies ot Honor, Flower II III ,I .

Curb your, 'impatience if yon donget Girls etc., Bracelets, Brooches, Bar Pins, La Val- I-- I .
''t'{ all the details of a battle the da Silver Vanity Cases, I .
liers Wristlet Watches
it is fought. The poor devils fightin. [ .
r it can't be expected rush to a telegraph Purses, Card Cases, etc. I Ii ..
I.
,station: for your informatio For the ushers-rCuff Links, Coat Chains, Two-. .- 1\\ : .

. s without a, little rest o Pocket Chains, Full Dress'I Sets, Gold and Silver.' I.!. ".. .-' U, [j jI ..I .It..

Any'number of outrageous yarn Pen Knives, Pencils, etc. I. I III

have,come out of Europe telling 0 Let us help you with your wedding, present,':' 1
German atrocities, but it is going j I
: problems. .
'flittle too far to accuse them of sea I
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: to smother,n ncombatant.miners.: . II .
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man, he had forgotten which one < I.

his girls,was waiting to,face the mil: T.I1.vaAstile

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'. :Mr. aadtVrs., C. Harrington .tlllHIMMIIIIIHiillMFAVORTE. . . . PAULINE AT THE GRAND TODAY
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I" and filly and Mr. W. R. Martin, of iI IF -J
& 'WAD There is more than one deep and 9)
r' Winter ;Haven, arrived in Orlandoyes THEATRE : II
t heavy thrill in these two reds, continuing -
TSP r&yjsftejnapn by auto are I I the adventures and Perils ofPauline. .
registered at the San Juan. f Open"Z'p.-n. and'6:3Ap.m. If the reviewer remembers v
........... land .,- >J 4:1'1 . '. .
' =-....,; . rightly as to the number,''he shoutedout ... .
Atoissioii 5 _. ,
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1 f. good and loud twice while watch- <1 : .
Mrs. !L J.Nye and Mr. H. C. Baker _- ing the first reel and once' over the 0 r,
ML ,D. ',eaiJa left yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic liiiiiiiitmiiiiiiiiMMBARACA I second. The first adventure of the ,

'TeDL;, ,fa in I Coast Line for Rochester, N. danger-loving-she gets enough of it
K -heroine is with a big basket of
at the San' .: Y., to accompany the remains of Mr. flowers in which is hidden a snake

I C. B.:Nye;who died suddenly in Tam CLASS PROGRAM lively enough and long enough to

'Miss pa, Sunday, to their final resting make quite a disturbance.One ... "Rpt! It.Al I Allen's"U <;
would have
Sunday night place; At the evening service of the Bap- would have satisfied thought Pauline that for this a

': ing at-Wa -- tist church Sunday, held in the Lu- time; but she needs must buy a hunt- .

. Mr. R. W. Arnold,'who was called cerne theater, the,Baraca class took I er and ride him in a steeplechase. _This

: ,This- .month to Orlando on account of.the death of charge of the service)and'rendered a 'race"field"is that participated when one in rider by so falls' big the a ... . ,
I ; ,
.-; Thursday half his father, Mr. J. E. Arnold, left yesterday very helpful program,using as a sub- others come pounding upon him. '';-fi.: -

:: the,stores -afternoon for his home in ject "The Wise Use of Tune, Money While they are racing, there are six
and Influence." or seven terrible tumbles. There is 11 Convince Yourself
Jacksonville. He
|r pect of old. was occompanied

home,,by ,his mother,. Mrs. J. E.Ama E. H. Allen, president of the class, no was faking taken about at a real these steeplechase falls. The and film,

Mr. W. L ]) ;.+ J presided, and those who delivered if one or two of the participants were Sometimes it is hard for you to

day from speeches were Alfred Link, N. B. Jan- not killed in it, the fault wasn't H decide what that present should be,
dreu, and Freeman Phillips. The service theirs. Pauline, too, falls and is carried -
visiting his son Miss:Bertha M. Foster, an attractive off the course unconscious. then come into our store and let us

for a' few days.Mr young lady of Jacksonville, arrived was entertaining and helpfuLLUCERNE There is a great deal more to the show you

in Orlando last evening over next reel but it would occupy too

'8. J.. the Atlantic Coast Line for a short CIRCLE NEXT about much space it.Another. to attempt to tell you all H Our

.sees prominent visit; Miss Foster is at the head of two reel special will be JewelryCut
The Alabama Paving has
day in ,Orlando the Musical School of Art in the metropolis. company run in conjunction with this great
decided to place another crew on the serial
Adv.
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friend, Mr. E. Glass or Silverware. We have
brick laying of streets, and the work
something that will suit it will
,
ATTENTION! you
will be rushed more rapidly than
A want acC: Master T. 0. Brown, Jr., left yesterday pay you to look before you buy, and
heretofore weather Or-
permitting.
Sentinel'will. over the Atlantic Coast Line One of the best building lots withina you will be under no obligation to us.
nlshed'room at a for; a 'w ek's sojourn, at Daytona ange avenue is paved to the railroad stone's throw of the court house is
crossing, and the brick was being in the market at two-thirds less
than
than hive where he intends to devote the
,yon Beach ,
rolled yesterday afternoon. One more surrounding lots are selling for. If H
time angling for the denizens of the not sold Allen&CoJewelers
by October 10th the price
--' block will be paved south and then
:Mr. A. R. briny deep and taking occasional dips will be raised to correspond with other .
.pany's right old ocean. the paved section will be opened to lots. Only cash buyers are invited,
for traffic, the pavers moving up to the as money is needed.as .
Homestead
old pavement and paving north. money is needed. Inquire Sentinel j
look after.the A letter received in Orlando yesterday -
Contractor Hamilton Johnson hasa D'
pany. from Mr. E. H. Gore, who was NOTICEAll Reliable
part of his crew now laying the RepairingHiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiHiiiiiinniHiiim
called to Battle Creek, MicL, last -
curb around Lucerne Circle and it
.. Dr. S..Miles on account of the illness of Mrs. Rebekahs of Orlando Lodge No.
. will be the next section follow-
:from ,Somerville Gore,brings the good news that she paved, 12,.and their families, are invited to
spent :the much improved and th&tMrf Gore ing the completion of North Orange meet at lodge room Thursday even-

will not be start home in a few days. avenue. ing at 7:30 o'clock, in honor of 66th ,

season. anniversary. A short will
A CORRECTION program i D
Mr J. C. Rowell, proprietor of the be rendered and refreshments served.

Miss Madeline Terra Ceia Island Nurseries, is in Mrs. Florrie Mercer, Mr. F. L.'An-

ular.student. at attention.'C Orlando on,a visit to relatives. Mr. In the Sunday morning Sentinelthe derson, Mrs. C. F. Philips, committee. I Ih CO!I
,answer to a cribbage problemwas II I .
:. passed through Rowell sells the, famous Walters va- = : =
?, route: from riety of grapefruit, known as the credited to Mrs. C. B. Robinson T. F.HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. :
friends'in Florida Standard. See his advertise- when it should have been Mrs. T. P. Conscientious work at fair prices. :
Robinson.Mr. Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf I .
t a ment elsewhere in the Sentinel. I

1 Among the POSITION WANTED-By well edu- : &pyw.jmfJni'J
J. R. the head the
of
.
Copeland,
who,have Mrs. Morgan Mizelle arrived in Or- cated man, as chauffeur. Temperate I
and: 'Mrs. Jacob lando yesterday morning from Arca- Copeland-Inglis Brick, company, of]! honest and industrious; careful I
Birmingham, who has been here for driver. If you have work for a
most pleasant dia on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. i
: ,
of these
man qualifications, address ;
\ Polish
several weeks looking after ,the Your Silver
sylvania! and Bruce Perry. Mrs. Mizelle will be pav- "Chauffeur," care Sentinel 9-22-6t.
pleasantly remembered by ,many of ing of Orlando's streets, for which :

Mr. ;John the old,'timers, as she was'for many his company has the contract, left VOTICE Wrights Silver Cream Electro-Sili-
last night for Jacksonville where he
who,has been in years a'resident of Orange county.W. .
Of Application. for Tax Deed Under 8 etion 8
will spend a few days and then go on .
t pitals f Chapter 4888. Laws of Florida con.
to Birmingham. He will return to
: was, able to S.,Branch has- received a card Notice is hereby given that John Schnarr.
Sanford ye from Rev. James H. Davet, written Orlando from time to time to see how of Orlando, Fla., purchaser of tax certificate
the paving is progressing. Noe 676 and 679. dated the 3rd day of June Pick Your Teeth
board the Lusitania saying that A., D. 1901 respectively and balance of tax
certificate No. 609. dated the 5th day of November
Annie arrive York
Mrs they expected to in.New
A. D. 1895. has filed said certificate
Mrs Jeseie, Friday last He reported that he Among yesterday's arrivals were in my office and has made application for With the Gold Medal
home yesterday had seen'Rev. Alfred A. Rickert and Mr., and Mrs: Frank L. Guernsey. Said tax deeds'to certificates issue embrace in accordance the following with law.described ToothpicksPotted

eral'months I Bishop Mann during his stay in Lon They were married at Amityvflle, L. porperty, situated in Orange county
I., on September 3rd, and have been Florida towit,: No. 676 southwest Quarterof
number of don. northeast quarter section 25, township
enjoying an extended wedding tour 22 south range 28 east, said land being assessed
at the date of the issuance of such Plants Cot Flowers Funeral r
Mr. A. W : Mr. C4. Gayetty, of Baldwinville, since that date. They were met at certificate in the name of R. S. Hall; No. 679, ,
; the train by Mr. Guernsey's parents, southeast quarter of northwest quarter sec
arrived in N. Y., arrived in the city yesterdayand tion 25, township 22 south range 28 east, said Designs Wedding Decorations.
make.this city was 'a guest last night of MayorE. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. L Guernsey, anda land being assessed at the date of the issuance ,
number of friends who hastened to of such certificate in the name of Crummey
ter is the local F. Sperry. Mr. Gayetty is look- St Hamilton: and balance of No. 609 north-
congratulate them in They east quarter of southwest quarter section
person.
in Florida and
location
Machine ing for a expressed -
Sewing 25, .township 22 south range 28 east The
.himself as more favorably will take up their residence on East said land being assessed at the date of the THE SANITARY GROCERY
Central.avenue.' issuance of such certificate in the name of
,* Mr. ,A., R. :. impressed with Orlando than any unknown. CARUTHERS & GORE
i : Land other)1aeehe has visited in,Florida' Unless said certificates shall be redeemed
McKoy
Mr. Albert G. Branham, Jr., who according to law tax deeds will issue thereonon
turned last the 23rd day of October A. D. 1914., Phone 200
while the has been connected with the Atlantic Winces my official sig-naure and seal this
western trip. : Thursday driving through the 22nd day of September A. D. 1914. 6 & 'S E. Pine StreetailllllllllHIIIII.IIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIHIIHIIIIH.
Coast Line for the past four years or (Seal
busily engaged rain at West Palm Beach, the automobile ) B. M. ROBINSON
Clerk Circuit Court Orange County Fla.
Orange county. of Mr. R. H. Macy, formerly more, in the capacity of shipping .

of ,this city, collided with an electric clerk and baggage master at the de-

Mr.,J. H.'R light pole with the result that the pots, has tendered his resignation to ! ! ! !Ulllllllllllllll! jiliMMflliiiiiiiiiM I..1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1..1.1.1! ; ??;
driver take effect the first of October Al-
>agent of suffered a broken jaw and the
ger
.Florida Railway pole was badly shattered, the wires bert, as his many friends call him, f
and the transformerso has made the railroad company a
quarters in. broken. heavy r
faithful employe and Chase & Company -
the popular jarred that it crashed to theground.
with whom he will be identified,
,Orlando
y will gain a genuine hustler.T. .

Furnished Tampa has been made customsheadquarters .
.'F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
Nat Bryan will likelybe
ing to Orlando Conscientious work at fair prices. .
comfortable appointed to a federal judgeship, Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf

why you should General Chri4 has been commanded -

want ad. to get married, and Rube Allyn Eat what you want. '

has hail a trip to the beautiful little Eat all you want. Hudson "Here
Take and It. 1915
a postscript forget
The' Sentinel ity.of Eustis, and all other things For sale by all druggists. .
from a card appear to be the achievement of the l-7-d&w: .lyr '

order too large hour, why should we worry(?)-Arcadia .

ceive ,our best :Daily News. Don't forget the Sentinel want ads. $1.,660


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RAINY WEATHERShould

,- oversold the output by over 3,000


find'your automobile under ,shelter when not in
last .,
actual service. We have large storage capacity, and for | cars year. '.

'. day storage ,there is not ascent charge-you are perfectly \i 1. I J

welcome at all times, and when it comes to service, we ;

never.tire. No matter what make car you ownCadilj j


lac, Overland, Buick, Hudson, Studebaker, Reo, Ford or : ..
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Mitchell, they all have the same careful treatment. \ : :

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II, : IN: TOILS, i : limber: ; : Laths and Shingles


:}1 very now and:..then.,, .into the lives Gray, a-contractor of Winter- t l

poi fall:of us,there most come bitter was brought here this. morn t

aokents, ,hours of mental anguish., that place, and taken before }
11 of the Peace Cassels charged ,
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,,days.. ,. when' ,we'go.down. into the. depthsof ng,a bad checkto Gus Chap- "R

***a fe divine despair, that must eithermake Plant City, last June.

? of us'better. stronger, 'men. and, waived a preliminary hearing "

r women(. or else leave indel161yt held in $100 bail being sent ORLANDO: '
;0 late '
pressed upon mind and hear; scars today. t
is said to have',notified
that;time cannot efface.. I II
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of the failure of pay I

.The. vitriol' that the world throws- .. his check but was ignored. i: Royal Cement Agatile Plaster and Perfection Lime
; now and then .into the face, of ,our may be arranged if ,

-dearest hopes, our sweetest moments, Solicitor Jackson is willing.-

can:' not be .washed?awaylwith the Courier. !! . . . . . . . . .111..

weak washings. ,of tears' or healed is printed not as., news,

_ with the balm of honeyed words from notice that should be heeded Statement of the Condition of the
.idled tongues, but the Great Physician outside of Hillsborough

can and does heal the wounds;in his '

good time.' Nothing can obliterate :> Orlando Bank & Trust Co., ,

f the}scars, but they may be hidden says that some time
: '
by sweet deeds and kindly thoughts, wrote to the secretary of Orlando, FI&,

an .-0 beauty and charity .. ..
"Please offer a premium for '
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rides hard and fast, and speed- fool in the country. I RESOURCES.

y ing down the highroad, forgets, sometimes my home pper, and three .:,Loans and Discounts U. U. U U U U U U $379,514 36"

that the mad plunging may a traveling swindler did Over-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 622 34
override the innocent in the way, or: $80 in,money. I renewed my Stocks and Bonds u u,. u . H . u u u u 26,018 33
that: the lash of the whip, intended and secured all the back Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . .. 26,637 37

but:to make a noise, may strike down and, by the beard of the Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . 291,393 48

,some' 'child, picking flowers along. 1'the", ,Uneeda the very next issue
road, or some woman gathering. faggots quite contained a full expose
6 $724,185 88
*to cook her daily bread. Biscuit that got away with me. LIABILITIES.

*It is a mad world, my masters." to hire a dozen 'men to kick

1 And]fortunate he who goes''.his way Tempt the appetite, .my new barn." Capital Stock u. u U u. u. u. u,. . . ... $100,000 00
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in the quiet ways, where peace broods please the' taste and Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . t 39,961 35
nourish the body.
and"love: sits singing tby'',the,,flower Re-Discounts ? . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . None
Crisp,clean and fresh. Steam Laundry last week
decked,.road, under: the golden light Bills Payable . . . . . . . . . ... . . t. . None
5 cents. a car of modern laundry
\that does not beat too,hotly on bowed Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 1 582, 69 47
A ,heads,. or burn too fiercely; as Life and will open the damp Due to Banks . . . . ... :. . .:. . .'. . . 1,555 06
. gocss. plunging by*-Pensasoca Journal B.roietRound toci next :Monday, Sept.
'sY
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; of several $724,185 88
:-" large ma

: 1'vH OCTOBER. AMERICAN MAGAZINE a, delightful thin, tenderwith yet arrived, will. not open -. .' Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . . $291,393

f f :' -appropriate for laundry and dry clean ",,',.,' Reserve required by Law . . u. u u. u 116,533 89
,| t
.. -,' ,eon," tea ,and September 28th.' ',;'"
T It>ithe.OctoberAmerican'Magazine 10 cents, want the damp wash, phone Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59

; appears' 'a .thrilling letter; from. anyin drop' a card. : ", Deposits on June 3Q, 1913 . . . . . . . $527,758 01

- American contributor, now ,in Europe STEAM LAUNDRY. Deposits on June 3D, 1914 u . u u u u u 582,669 49
GRAHAM only. 4-12 2wks
entitled "Pity the,Women' of Europe," J.

in which'the'point is graphically made CRACKERS INCREASED u u u u u u. u u $54,91148
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that in war time the men got some '

y thrill. out of' the adventure: and the Made. of the finest WANTS The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavorsto

= new experience,* but the women are ,.ingrcdi .ts. Bakedto persue a progressive but,conservative policy, to be liberal in its
left, at home to suffer alone and to The treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
( perfection. :
"3 'make the struggle to feed their children national .strength' MUNNIMAKERS Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and

with ,poverty'and high prices food, zo cents* of for Lost this, column Wanted,ISo For for Sale one day.Far safely conducted bank are cordially invited.

staring,,them in the face. days or $LOO for one week for
,In,the same issue'announcement is Buy biscuit Baked by or less. for Money this must column accompany'as no :nttt'tnnnnu;;:;:;;: ;nnwnwwnnnwwnu.'uuuuttDYNAMITING ; : ::: :

made ,of a new series of articles by will be made on credit

i Ida;M. ,Tarbell,."The Golden Rule in J TIONAL \ :
> \ -Guavas, window sash, done in all its branches. I
Business: "How it Paji'iii' DollarssndCents (WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ?
COMPANY doors, pine and oak wood. Clearing land is our specialty.
Clerk."J
Personal, Satisfaction and 735 N. Orange avenue. F. A.
R Human :Happiness.". ..'Ray Stannard look for that' 9-16-6t Let us do your work. Estimates FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
Always
L. N. Lewis 406S.
cheerfully given. ,
FOR
,Baker writes entertainingly of a WOMEN
OO sour orange, 400 East stre-t 7-14-lmo GAINESVILLE
United States from
representative
stock, 2 or 3 years old; TALLAHASSEE.
California J : 9.is,the philosopher .oft thrifty, good. State price College of Arts and Sciences;Normal School; -
Congress. Waiter, Prichard aEaton,' Address "Grower," care of School of Music; School of Expression;
pendent growers .at this point ,_ 9-19-6td&w School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts
c 'the theatrical critic, discusses; .a new no exchange here.-Arcadia Cathedral School School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming ,Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers:
:
ne pool basket ball and tennis courts and
n epoch Jn the movies. "Jewry Trav- 10 of land ; new College Experiment Station; Extension Di-
acres new
prize modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormitories vision; Graduate School Ten new brick build.
ers,.'(our times.. amateur: golf champion good hog-proof fence, 1-1-2 have all modern conveniences; new ings, besides gymnasium, swimming pool and
.of the: United. States. tells how < with six room house, ORLANDO FLORIDA dining room and kitchen most hygienic in many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers, instructors
Florida 418 ladies from 49 counties
; young and
.A- assistants. 354
Workmen are painting the barns, chicken houses young men
to get back on your:;gamee. (Formerly known as PeD.dark School) and 12 states last session. 1? Florida counties and 24 States and
? tower at the county court well. $500 cash to quick TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last session
Fiction is contnbute&by) Maravene Address, care Sentinel office. REOPENS OCTOBER 7 School. Bard and entrance fees for the TUITION FREE, Board and Entrance FeES
Escambia county, at year 12400. For catalogue write I1S150
Thompson, Marjorie Benton Cooke, per year Write today for catalogue
ginning at the flag pole and A Boarding and Day School for Girls- EDWARD CONRADL President A. A. MURPHREE, President
y Philip Curtis, and others, and the Interesting .
Regular and Special Courses-Primary. ---
down. Working over time, -One cylinder, 4 h. p.
t Intermediate and Academic Grades-
People Department contains I
Pensacola Journal. motorcycle, 1913 model, Music-Art-Elocution Physical Culture WOOD FOR SALE FOR SALE
five'short articles about'men and wo class condition. Cheap for -Domestic Science-Admirable Situationand
men-in various'parts of the country at 306 West Concord Surroundings-Climate Healthful- I!I Nirsery stock, one, two, three and
: When in a mixed crowd 9-16-6t Careful Home Life-Capable Teachers For the month of August I will four year old buds; Foster Early,
who are doing 'unusual things. Low Rates. I
sell at farm pine at 85 cents
time talk about the weather.. my per :Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington
,Humorous contributions are contributed TO SELL or trade for Rev. Roderick P. Cobb Bishop Mann strand, and oak at $1.00; also some :
.by five great comic writers: estate; my five passenger Rector. President saw logs cheap. A. S. Hodges, R.1, I Navel Address Mrs. M.Kahle
James_ Montgomery Flagg, Stephen It would be a good in good repair. A.'L. Beck. Orlando. 7-30-lm Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3.13tffleiWJt

Leacock, George Fitch, Kin Hubbard, some baseball ,umpires to ,
and Gelett Burgess. cents in a book of rules and ...IIIII.II.IIIIIIII I I .rlellllll.I.t..ellll"I.11 1"III'IC' O I'III
A good sound heavy 11..IJ..Dlltlll.I.Oi.ltlllllllllll.O.I..llllllal1IIIJ
t at least ( 'ti"el \ 'IIdfH
once
same a
; *>,<<"t, j year. Apply at the Sentinel. s
TO*SHIP 1,030,000 CRATES OF
11 R '*. FRUIT Po-Do-Lai Banishes Fine cypress fence posts. .

.y' ** Bad'Blood, Pimples, of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas- "
w Biliousness, Torpid Liver, 9-18-tf
DeSoto. county will in all probability tion, etc. come from

back. all previous records off the Take Po-Do-Lax, the FOR RENT

F prosperity board for gathering, packing : absolutely sure Laxative, Were

: and shipping of;citrus i ,fruit,this ach won't'suffer or other troubles.from a deranged It will (Five'room cottage with They to"be
k conveniences. Inquire
fall.: The season will open during the the liver.and purify,the blood. Church street 9-20-2t ,
nex 'ten days, and there is promise regularly! and you will stay, _.
of busy days for the grower and nave clear compiectton and
-Beautiful dwelling with .
nerves. Get a 50c. bottle
,packer. Money back if not satisfied. ; elegantly furnished; on Married SoonCame
a Then rains of the past thirty days druggists.' Jas. A. Knox.

will.prove of material benefit to maturing ., .: ,,

k ,the early fruit, as well" as ,to NOTICE. BANKRUPTCY FOR RENT '
give tone and strength to the
: crops U. S. District room house; modern, upI -
Court, Southern
: what it would them furnish modern home of
to us to see cost to a
, that:are to mature through the season Florida: partly furnished; on Lucerne
_i. .:*The groves of the county are In and the Maggie matter Hamilton.of Hamilton Bankrupt& Dunn. I with garden, fruit and flow 'four or five rooms. They wanted their home.to be attractive. and comfortable

; in most excellent ,condition on ac Tri the Honorable the Judge of the F.,Watkins. 7-30-d&w-tf. yet the amount ot money which they had available for the furnishing of their
rCourt of the United States for the
count 4of ,the goof'care that have District of Florida: home made expensive peices prohibitive.
Two office in
Hamilton & Dunn. Carrie and spaces
been,given them, and the opportune' ilton. of Orlando in the county of at No. 9 W. Church street They. pent considerable time with us looking through'our large stock.
and state of Florida in said
'summer showers. district will show Pierce
and
.. 'fully represent that on the 22nd day we you. 3-29-tf We offered a Jew suggestions and gave them seme new ideas. They were
*: Packers are now giving special at- last past they were duly adjudged Co.
tentum to their plants, getting their under the acts of congress relating much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they
ruptcy that they have duly
q machinery in trim for the proper handling their property and rights of MISCELLANEOUS thought they should want.
the have fully complied with all After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doingthe
of, products of the groves, said acts and of the order of the I ,
f. and ale laying in a heavy supply of ing said bankruptcy -A tenant for 8 acres of best possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their or-
s Wherefor they pray that they ma, land, 5 room house; arrange-
cratesin: order to meet any emergency creed by the court to. have a full for keeping poultry; one der with us.This.

a by reason,of an indicated good from under all aaid debts bankrupt provable acts against except the court house. Call at is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers. whim we are
z yield,and rush of fruit. Arcadia. as are excepted by law from inch Central avenue. 9-19-3t ,
Dated this 8th day day of pleasing. ,
packers are in good shape to, handle 1911. newly
AND ROOMS-House
the crop. HAMILTON & DUNN. and remodeled., North- We carry an extensive stock of serviceable, attractive hcmefurnishings ,

It estimated,that there will be In the MAGGIE Matter HAMILTON.of Petition Banhu for $5 and $6 per week. grading from the lowest priced which are seed,:to the very best. Your appro-
250,400' l charge: location. Magnolia House, for furnishing home be anything from $ tOIccoor.l1ore
lx of to be priation
>xes oranges shipped On this 16th day of September A, and Boone streets. Mrs. your may 175
; t from this station, and 500,000 on dered reading by the the Court foregoing that a petition hearing manager. 9-4-lm -you can make the most oi it with us.

from the entire ecounty. The quality 'tpvs the same on the 16th day of

is, good, and the variety is, Boone's A.in D.said 1914.district before at said ten court o'clock at in : -A No. 1 saddle mare,
early. The grape fruit,crop is esti- .noon. and that notice thereof be horse. Address, care
mated,at 85,000 boxes to be shipped the Orlando'Sentinel a newspaper, Box 567. 9-2-tf
; said district and that all known
r from:this point, and 250,000 from the aid and other tone and persons place in and,interest show may cause HALL and Porto Rico sweet :Kincaid: & SnowdenFiriitiretol
entire county The quality is fair, they, have why the prayer of said slips at $L75 per 1,000.
,should not be
granted. Cash. Apopka Plant ,
fruit will be
and early ready
grape And it is further ordered by the 5-24-tf .
Fla. _
about October 1st. The tangerine the Clerk shall send by mail to all < 4 f < '
creditors notice of said petition and
j crop Win .run', to 10,000 boxes to be der. addressed to,them at their places your painter and decorator Gurader Popular Prices
.
sJipped"from., this point and 30,000 idence Wlness as:stated.The Honorable ,satisfied keep the one yen' '

bo1 Area1:. t the entire. county. ,Quality ' Judge of hi nil Court and Rhydon the seal not, phone ,W.- ,. .T...Entrican | Cor.Mand: Pine Sts. J.O4andoF1oric1;
at Jacksonville ,in said district'on' : 140-tf '. ,
; good :and' fruit .ready' to ,start day of September 'A. D. 1914 j -, .- .... ?,, ? -4 3?. .. ,- -. -

aboat r4 'i November,1st. ;All,are' inde-, } .A true copy IUGENE D DODGE news in the Sentinel(first* i

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MODEL 37 TOURING CAR, $1285.00 DELIVERED
: ; tll. e11\l. .A'K' LAN 0" ;. .. ,

,..;' ," .. ; Stylish, comfortable, pleasure car, seating five passengers -
; '. ;f "STURDY. AS THE OAK". #YY 'i'c with room to spare. The graceful, low "NEW OAK-

{ t ( < LAND"stream line body, the German silver V shaped
.
:
.
: ;
; :.L : '< .. radiator, the heavy crown fenders and the broad
Thin, 1S "a"y eAr'.of CMG.;THIN'8' for' the Oaklahdhe NEW ,OAKLAND run. t
: '.; ning boards, give it beauty and style unsurpased even hi
: '"' A1 : car a, in advance of all others {,
"
. w .year the highest priced cars. The "NEW OAKLAND, Model
.1 v 37, is a unity of beauty, power, economy and service-

New. _Be.. x" More; Power" X Greater Economy A) Utmost Comfort a car you will be proud to drive alongside of the best of
\ j.. them and enjoy the comparison.The .

'i,41.. .. .', ':,' (:) four cylinder, silent Oakland-Northway motor
-, i- :.:. -- provides more power than you will ever need; marked
: ; i ir, I economy in fuel consumption has been accomplished by
t % ll reducing the weight of the carand equipping it with the Oakland-Stewart.vacuum gaso

lene feed, doing away with the pressure system.

,;,HTI Mt The low construction of the car without decreasing the road clearance adds to the
t safety, comfort and joy of riding. Fully equipped with Standard, Delco Starting

,1 Lighting, and Ignition system with automatic spark advance, Non-skid tires in rear,
Oakland One-man top, absolutely true to name, Heavy Crown Fenders, extra large

valves, Tungsten steel, divided Windshield Speedometer, Electric Horn, operated from
I center of steering wheel, Headlights with dimmer, Shroud light, Tail light, Tools,
t t y License Tag Brackets, in fact, every modern improvement and convenience for the comfort -

i i F $ and safety of the driver and'passengers.. .
R 1 : '
1' .' Watch for our light six adds,. also roadsters and speedsters. Prices from S1150 to I
i F /IQ Ii'' 1A w ,fodeldl I $1775. .

Car '-

J. B. MAGRUDER, Distributers, Oakland Garage


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The City Drug Store is at your service it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. t
Do you do :it! Does it help mat- both day and night. Prompt "' 1-20-tf
ters?. Does it make you any'"stronger dependable; courteous. tf Entrican.
to'bear]:the" threatened burden- TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD |

which often never come First class Brazing specialty at To be convinced of. the producing A
Think"minute. You:never,worry Warman's Repair Shop o Court St. power of Sentinel want ads..try one.

,: about troubles'that,are upon,you,-do 12-6-tf. COOK WITH GAS

All' is, ',something
'your your ;worry over' MMtMiiiiiiiiimmtiiiitmimimMHmmttffPackers
: thatj; might" happ n. ., When

things.really happenwe\ ,usually find .
that' they 'are; not as bad as they 3

':'.' bad might as.hav we;:pictured y been. Or th'emwe'if'they-are are as so The Eola Pae1&& 'Coffipally 1. Convenience' 6. Speed \

busy,getting ,rid of them.that: we haveno 7.
; ,time to, worry,about them/and the 2. Comfort ; Efficiency

[I first thing_we know.they, aregone,, '
:, :More than,half,oLouxW9rries: are 3. Cleanliness 8. Safety

..unfounded,; but:we,Worry (so. much and'Shippers of Citrus ; : " :' _
9.
Perfect
that"'the fret.itself, brings,real trouble 4. .\ .t Regulation* f .
into being. 'lYe worry over possible Fruits and Vegetables. Simplicity I of Heat
;loss in'.business i until.we are unfitted '
to'give the'proper attention 'to' Being no longer with Chase & Co. I will operate alone L 5. Accessibility 10. ,

:it to'guarantee its success. ')V&'wor under above: name and shall appreciate the business of Economy 3

_ry over a disease of.an ancestor' until all who have and 'any who have not patronized me 'in
: 'we"have brought ourselves to a last three years. For information call on or write me
I;,states. both'mentally' and physically.'e ..
'w e: worry over threatened' loss of at my Packing House at crossing of Concord Avenue '

t love"until we,become so fretful, so irritable and A. C. L. li R. R.. Pine-a-cure building, which I am 3. CLEANUNESS
'
and so suspicious that"we beCome equipping with Mauld's latest machinery and'can consequently ,

I. .unbearable' we actually dolose' < give service which has always spokenfor Cleanliness is .
'*: you same one of the greatest items in favor of the Gas Range.
: It, ] its self
Worry is a habit, and a bad 'one. The ALL GAS KITCHEN is always clean and is very easily kept clean,
beio
possible
If,you find yourself with that'morbid Myefforts will sell all before resortingto

'worrying habit start another habit distribution. .. because there are no Kindlings or dirty fuel to litter up the floor and. no, t ,

r ,of;'spending'' much. time"'in' the 'open ashes, waste
or to be carried out
every day. Because there is no smoke'or
air and 'sunshine'and in 'the society W. A. DADE; Gen Manager. ; ,
of lightthearted and congenial friends;' soot to mess things up and make the kitchen look like. a boiler room." '
.
.,
and if'you,dete.1e to,grapplewithyour r 9-18-2 m f fI ' |- i Drake\ your kitchen clean and sanitary. ,

: realtroubles-bhveiiwhen: : they ..i. .- '''-f-\., .'
L: :come upon1youyou will find that they .;' 'MMitiittimicr, : t;=, i II" 1.111 .1II1IIII1 N COOK WITH GAS AND BE COMFORTABLE. 'to

;; usually stay 'aWay. J ".t. :..... .
t Goethe, the great German 'poet, .
1 111'I _IIIIIII.111 J +4Y ; Dil . ; I D . C I .;' *, :
|- once said, hat ha never,had an affliction '
::
.' that he did not turn into a poem. ; SPRAY NOW FOR 'WHITE FLY and SCALE JI <
ORLANDO WATER
There's the:;, secret of a. happy life. & LIGHT CO.

: Carve character' out:of your crosses. i SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY
'lessons. from, your ,afflictions. Y
the*. GAS DEPARTMENT
Gain patience through nagging i ya
trials of' life. But_",don't'worry! Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale Rust Mite

)'Don't. coddle, up. a: woe,. \: and Red Spider that i U hit. Removes sooty .moldand M' M ' M A M.M.U
i . . . . . .
Don't think about your foe; "
I11111I
\ insures healthy trees and bright fruit. September .

: What's the use? .' \ and October are,two of the best 'months for .,
;li only i 1akes'you"worry" 4, WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES I !
White and Scale. Prevents insects
for Fly -
spraying
.And Jte ps.'you,in,.flurry, ;
What's.the.use? z....,..: ; from sapping ,trees all winter, and brings them AND DO ALL KINDS OF

ThereV,no' excuse.,'" out in a good, healthy condition in the spring, thus OPTICAL REPAIRING $8 Ctaleslon and Return $8

,Don't talk about'your sorrow,' insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom. '
Trouble only borrow
; you ;

It- only What's makes's the you use?sad' '; J. ,SCHNARR & CO.. Orlando, Florida. 48 VIA"Clyde ; s

And sour, and glum, and,mad; I Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure the White Fly

Wha 's' the use? ; Fungi. 9-9 D. and W 2MHlliUllllllimiltlMIIIIIMMMIMimM8MIH Line"First R
Then's'no' excuse!
OR. L H. ,RAMSDELL


', FAwi,1kOR I : : (Successor OPTOMETRIST to Dr. 0. P. Likbi) ,Class, Meals and Berth Included

'C ORLANDO, FLORIDA ....
ITCHING SCALP 4ftfhwt'THE

r'. $: ,. "" '1"fJ' 't This special.rate good on any of the Company's
Surely Ceasi August to 17th
'isian Sag -Makes'.Your Hair Do Yon Want a Good K
;1;. Soft;1ad Flaffy > inclusive. :,
;. :New that Parisian Sage- a scien- MARKET "
.ilfi preparation that.supplies every Home in the Country ? Return Limit 10 3

[ Iu#;and scalp need--can be had at > ,- Days .._ ,
'any.;drug counter, or from McElroy. !|- .z
Pharmacy, it certainly,needlestohaVe Of Cleanliness Of Quality Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville .
'
thin, brittle, matted, stringy or ) ..... . _.. every
.faded hair. No matter how unsightly 'Our list containes some very attractive Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m .
:.you i,hair, iow-badly..itasfalling,"or '- -. FRESH AND SALT MEATS .
./.how]m1 ch'-da.ndruff, Parisian Sage is GAME i' I , propositions both in city and
AND
.;aU;that,is, needed. Every trace of FISH
dandruff is removed/withone; appli- Ket k :ration, the,hair' roots'aN nourished
and stimulated_ to grow hair"ceaseyour new; ,hair, : Everything' screed away'f roa the files, and kept.fresh' pleased to submit them to you. H. G. WENZEL, Fla. Pass. Agent t tr
I-itching falling -
scalpand
aid pwe.' To those who have p property-to sell
.'- hair becomes soft; fluffy, abundant ..
We laiite taapecttea. aad giaraBtee saUsfaeUoa. We beever'ytM 122 W. Bay St. Y S
: and radiant with life;and beauty. or to rent,\we invite you to call at I JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Parisian Sage is surely'one'of themost'invigbfating iB the:Meat If e. ; .. : "i ,
and refreshing hair our ofce and list your property with I
I,, tonics known. It is -easily used ,at 'The PARLOR-MARKET ; I' ..
I, home-not 'expensive, and even one : : us..The.some: : courteous' treatment r. GOOD PRINTING
application proves its:goodness.'
ElOelt&Ca that:has*marked' all of our business OSTEOPATHY
"
.The :Gulf & Southern Steamshipcompany . : 'f ": : We are in a better position than
operating : ', .. ; : : deeiisigs-w1.be extended,toyou. ever ,to 'give -you the very best in -
between Tampa PINE '. , printing, as we have a large plant DR. J. C .HOWELL
and other g-alf ports,have lwught the! ,,. / ,....',' ., :' -s equipped with all modem machinery,
!;j.- Hours
t. to-I, 3-5,
freighter Weeks' for their service. 't \-f IL ; ', 81: :-,.' ,. ,: ,.,t..... .. AtQf and the very latest in type faces. If and by appointmenf'No
numbered with extra charge for
The'boat is, on its ,.way.'to. ksoa- '' '> :J" f you are now our customers house treatment.:
..
\ : : : we need no introduction; if .
.' 11e where'.it: 'will'go intb ir1.d I!lf. .s,.,.. 'irse'Akr_ , ...... Fleer you are hot, then we would appre- Telephone connections
.'andwi1l: then, sail for Tampa.It ...: I ': _1 _';.'> 10 ? I ciate the opportunity to prove to you Office cor. Orange and Central AreaJ
4jr that
: '-': we are producers of Quality
1
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..to'.belong" to the list of I Printing.
' pays ;, Gta.. iu the.ildfsi-inL :i l THE SENTINEL, 'Phone 24. Get the news in the Sentinel first1..i.
Seating .
,want adm&en.y '-
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;. t : ; Stylish, comfortable, pleasure car, seating five passen- ;

; 4 %':, T"STURDY' .AS THE OAK" gers with room to spare. The graceful, low "NEW OAK-

:- v. ,4: '" ?"i. ,,'., ,. ......,/;., ,, r... LAND,"stream line body, the German silver V shaped
i > -
SforthcOakIandlthe" radiator, the heavy crown fenders and the broad running -
J1 Tisayeaf f ; =*' \.o(,.,t. ..-rmNG ' , "NEV .-OAKLAND, "'ai boards, give it beauty and style unsurpased even in
,,, '}, ; Iff" car:a;year iiu4vance of all othersNew. -.. ,the highest priced cars. The "NEW OAKLAND," Model
: > ':' - Of 37, is a unity of beauty, power, economy and servicea -
x \ /
; ;! BeaA ;; More: Power X Greater Economy X Utmost Comfort : a car you will be proud to drive alongside of the best of
them and enjoy the comparison.The .

:':,5 The four cylinder, silent Oakland-Northway motor
I' ,
t O
: ;
;
; : provides more power than you will ever need; marked

" reducing the weight of the car,and equippin it with the OakJandStewart.vacuum. gaso
'j lene feed, doing away with the pressure system.

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

safety, comfort and joy. of riding. Fully equipped with Standard, Delco Starting
Lighting, and Ignition system with automatic spark advance, Non-skid tires in rear,
Oakland One-man top, absolutely true to name, Heavy Crown Fenders, extra large
valves, Tungsten steel, divided Windshield, Speedometer, Electric Horn, operated from
t t tr center of steering wheel, Headlights with dimmer, Shroud light, Tail light, Tools,
; License Tag Brackets, in fact, every modem improvement and convenience for the com-
t t r r. : fort and safety of the driver and passengers. .

Watch for our light six adds, also roadsters and speedsters. Prices from $1150 to
/fJt7rlOderJill $1775. "
s: .; /w 'G&

J. B. MAGRUDER, Distributers, Oakland Garage

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-' MDo ,The City Drug Store hat your service it? That's easy, phone, 636. W. T. :
dolt
, 91ou.: ? Does it ,help mat- both day and night Prompt, 1-20-tf
'ten?. Does it matte"you any stronger dependable, courteous. tf Entrican. :
'';;:to,.beam. !\the"threatened burden.which 4 4 I TEN : REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
r often\ never 'comes.. First class Brazing specialty at To be convinced of the. .producing 4
'. ,,'.! Think minute.:, You:never worry Warman's Repair Shop o Court St. power of Sentinel want 1 ads.-try,one. 4 -
' ibont'traublea tJialare' ,l1po .youdo' : 125tf. 4 COOK WITH GAS .

" you,??_ "AITjouf, .. :worry fe- ...oven,." /"something -. -:.:: iimmMiMiiiimiiHiiMMiinimiiiiiimimnPackers '. ; '"
i: '. ::thaUJtaight" .happen. ,v I When <
r ,,things:really:happen :we usually find .
that 'they'are; not as bad.U-: -, they :

I i':.bad might' "-as'have'"we H pictured been" Or themwe.' :.if(-,they. are are"'as so T H Eol-a l r Pac1g n( COfflaliJ J 1. Convenience ,-,.'. .\ 6. Speed

::1 that i have 4 ;
busy getiingrid of them we -: :' 7. Efficiency -
':, no toe toiorryabout.them/.'and.the( ,,I 2. Comfort .;

: first thing;w'e knows; hey, are,gone,. t 8. Safety
r. ..;)(ore.thaahal ,Qf..C9me$, .te.i : 3. Cleanliness . _
1unfop'ndedbut, ,tweworry- ,much and Shippers of Citrus 9. Perfect : _
,:that'the brings'real Regulation! : .
, ... frefr.i&elf" trouble 4 Simplicity ;
:.into- being.., JY!>>r -over poSe'sibIe'loSB Fruits and Vegetables. of Heat H R

business until,we are un- .
:fitted to,:give s thi proper'attention to 1 Being no longer with, Chase & Co. I will operate alone 5. Accessibility 10. Economy

it'to;guarantee its'success. "WVworry -: under above name and shall appreciate the. business of t }

< ".,over" a',,disease.(. ., ,of_an. ..ancestor 7- :until, all Who have and 'any who have not patronized me 'in

*'we have'bro\lght.ourse1ves.. .,: '. .. .to.a worse last three, years For information. call on or write me
8t t4both; 'mentally and ) .,
\: !
\*.'We: worry ever, threatened loss ofUlove at my 'Packing House at crossing of Concord Avenue
'until'w? become so'fretful/so; ''irIV and'A.'C. L. rl'R.'R. Pine-a-cure building, which I am 3. CLEANLINESS

ritable and to suspicious that we become equipping with.Mauld's latest machinery' and'can conseQuently -

t be l ble", rid"'we* actually' :, do give you same'service which has always spoken Cleanliness is one of the greatest items in favor of 'the Gas Range.
I:,.lose, :{i it.- .,:i'f: -, .. J II I for its'self., ,f
:Worry is A habit, and a bad';one.If s , The ALL GAS KITCHEN is always clean and is very easily kept clean,
efforts will be to sell all possible before resorting
My
; find with that morbid ::t
yourself .
you: ; rt another habitof.spendingmuch I, to distribution. 4 because .there, are no kindlings or dirty fuel to litter up the floor and nor.: :

; timein; the open ,ashes or waste to be carried out
every day. Because there is no smoke
.'airand sunshine*and:in the,.society. W. A. DADE;. Gen. Manager.9482m : "
or soot to mess things and make the kitchen look 'W
like
: of lighthearted'and congenial friends, ,. up a boiler room. -
.u4 "
,..and if you-deteimineao.grapple.. .',..with... 1 j j1111111'111111'IIIIIIIIC 1 fr' "Make+ your kitchen clean and sanitary. '-
''youir.real.trcubles bravely when'theyI ,......"'" .

,come upon'yc' u you will find that they ;, : .'1- ,. . llllllllllllllllllllllllt., I 1 ( N COOK WITH GAS AND BE COMFORTABLE. 8
L{ usually 'stay";away. . .. '. __ : :,-" ,
U 'Goethe,.. the great, German :poet, tlll7 i llllll.III.. III = 1111"1, 1'1.11111111 O .1 C I: ;kS .x' ,
\once saidfthat: he never bad an afflic- 'w. "
IJ i t tm,that he did not turn into a'poem. SPRAY NOW 'FOR" WHITE' FLY and SCALE !It:
ORLANDO
* WATER & LIGHT
life.Carve CO.
'I11 re's, the: secret of a happy ,
: ,character 'out.-of',your crosses. SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE, SPRAY
f JJearn 'lessons' frorn your'afflictions. 1, '
GAS
fi *- DEPARTMENT
Giwt-patience'tbrough: .Uhe, nagging .J' i .
..trials. oft life.. .But',don't worry! I:: Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale, Rust Mite I

'. "Don't cocldle up a-;Woe, I: : and Red Spider that i te hit. Removes sooty mold .ftiiiiMiiHimiMMiimii., ,. ,, ,, ,. . AM." .*.*** t t t i 111 "H
,j'j'Dont"th:l nk' about'your foe, :: ,and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. Septem. l'lllllllll.
Whafs sthe'use
.' \ ? I: .ber and October'are,two of :the best :months for
It only makes y: ; WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
: :And keeps'you in a flurry; :: .spraying'for White Flyand Scale. Prevents insects -
; );" -Whafs'.the"use?. *. ', .: .' from sapping trees all winter, and brings' them AND DO ALL KINDS OF

,. There's'no' excuse.g :. out in a good, healthy condition in the spring, thus OPTICAL REPAIRING $8 narle8ton ann Return $8

;Don't" talk:about::your sorrow'*. :' insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom. "
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'r AILING'HAIR 0*, ,Ar < (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Lam) Class, Meals and Berth Included ,
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.,'Sty .Cease, When 'You. Use Par. 1 August 22nd to October 17th 3
.:Wan Sage. Makes Your ,Hair 'Do. You Want a Good inclusive. '
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i i _'Now that Parisian' Sage;-.a.,,scien- THE MARKET Dome in the ? f
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. 'tific 3 preparation that supplies every Return Limit 10 Days ;
I ..hajrf and scalp 'need -can be had at i.. .' <. _
':any":drug counter, or from McElroy. J
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Pharmacy, it,is certainly needles' *4oI ;} Of'Cleanliness N' Of Quality Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every ,
I"hue thin brittle, matted, stringy'.or \ ...... and . r
"' Tuesday, Thursday Saturday at 2 m. '
faded: hair. *No'matter how".unsightly. ., _. -"F&ISB'AND'SALT MEATS< Our list containes some very attractive p. . ..
your:;hair; fcow.badly-fcis:fating,or: f
"is 'I propositions both in city and
:::howymuch.dandruff, Parisian Sage FISH AND GAME ,4j'
! all''that;is 'needed.' Every trace of For reservations and further' ,
,. particulars apply to
: country property. And we will be
dandruff is removed-with.one application I f'
Kept Bier,Ute'best saaitary ceHltrleR ;
:the hair roots: are ,nourishedand
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*stimulated toM-groW, new ,hair, I 'everything. ' ,screened away:from the flies, and kept freshaadpwe. pleased to.submit them to you. H. G. WENZEL, Ha. Pass. Agent .'

''iteming.scalp and falling baircease.z .' To those who have property-to sell Y
"{your;hair'becomes soft.fluffy,-'abundant 'aad'guarantee satisfaction. We have W. St. FLA. (
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,and radiant with life beauty. We- tarifte innpi'rtlnn or to rent we invite you to call atour 122 Bay JACKSONVILLE,
,Parisian;Sage is"surely 'one of the ,everytWal. iB the Meat LI .. J' .
most'invigorating, and refreshing,hair office and list your property with
'tomes',known: It' is r easy used at The. ,
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; applicationproves its:goodness I - P that has marked all of our business OSTEOPATHYDR.
j.I, H. M. ,Self & Co.
F in better than
..The Gulf:; &:, .Soutfeern..;,Steamship dealings will be extended toyon. ever to are'give you a the position very best in
: coapany, operating, between'Tampa STREET printing,-as we have a large plant J. C LOWELL
'and other gulf ports'have\boagt thefreightereeis .PINEf equipped with all modem machinery, Hours, 10-1, 3-5, and appointment
,. .fw, their.=.Bervlce: ; Cooper $ Atha and the very latest in type faces. If
.The boat is.iUva1)\ : j!.._ nwh r.; Phone No. DOADYEHISENflNffFOREULT& you are we now need numbered no introduction with our customers if No extra charge for house treatment.; ,

..ate,;: regf'U;go ,iato"'dry:dock, 114 SM.. Orange Are* GrOt ul Floor you are not, then we would appre- Telephone connections :
;and yfll then sail for Taapa.' e"al ciate the opportunity to prove to you Office cor. Orange and Central ATe&;
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:' .,f t ORLANDOThe _
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Lake Region Press Associationis
J1 J-- scheduled to'meet in Orlando on
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October 7 tb,when representatives of r.r .
d c3 Y I all the papers in Volusia, Osceola,
Lake, Orange and Seminole countiesare
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expected to be present At an
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informal meeting press :
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Ii .:, : last night it was decided to give the .
>i : visiting editors a banquet at the San i
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: about the city. The arrangements .. : '. ,
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are to be made by Editor C. E. Howard '
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M t- "' of the Citizen, and he will arrange '.:. This purely Orlando institution takes pleasure in

t s bl';' RESTIGE. :;* while. a program that. will be worth I flu: : : .presenting this excellent proof of*the-public approval of '

} .: :: its methods.
Wh .n.a check..is received bearing the 4

I name, "State Bank," it carries with it prestige APOPKA TERDAY SCHOOL MORNING OPENED YES- DepesHs September 12.-W4 $333,318.06 f, ..

k "and the recipient knows' the maker of ;: :i IeflSlls Sepleleber 12, 1913. 236,142.76 1

the cheek has sound banking connections The Apopka junior high school .: : .' ., I
.. .I' opened yesterday morning under most Iicrease Ii eie year $97,295.30 : :.

:" \ In offering,the services oi this bank we favorable circumstances with an increased In every little detail consistent with conservative #

are placing at your disposal banking relations number attendance of patrons over indicated last year.thlIf A f banking, we aim to please and protect our patrons, and .: :

that"must reflect-to your advantage, in interest by attending the opening. their interests prescribed by the rules and laws of our .
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all your business d'ealingshich is prestige. Supt McKinnon, who preached in National Government and to demonstrate thru our association -

1 Apopka Sunday, stayed over and attended ? : with the Federal Reserve System, the advantages,
where he madean
the opening, accommodations, security and strength alone derived by .
,.Bank of Orlando }
; The State address, warning the boys against "National Bank." :,
': swatting the new principal, Prof. .E. a m :
\ W. Fly, under the possible penalty of Let us prove to you that "It is a pleasure to serve :t,
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J getting stung. Addresses were also you"
made by two of the new trustees and ,
ttt two 'of the former trustees, as wellas

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ti i 1, NEPHEW OF HON. BRAXTON notified and with a party of citizens ." '" .., .' ." . ,' . :" ,' ..''' .......... .\ t' .. -n' .y ..7rt
S. Mann, of Jacksonville, for-
BEACHAM MURDERED The in A. "
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went to scene. body was '
tj M merly a member of the state senate : ; ,";':!.".:t.f: :"''.'.".r'a'.t: : : ;
such a decomposed condition that no ,'i fifj;':.: ;" ': :" "
The following dispatch from Dublin and well known throughout Florida, "; .
I! one could identify it,but letters foundin died Saturday night at Bar Harbor, rl' ) . : t e ]:
G& was published in the Atlanta I\\
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\\ Journal- Sunday. : I the pockets and marks on the Me., from the effects of an operationfor t. ;;: .J';: f/4Jr :.$'fi L
colthing revealed the fact that it was appendicitis which he underwent :; :;
'The bo b'Of Herschel Beacham, young Beacham. He had,been away Thursday. ..
:, about tw tJ-three yean old, was from home since Monday night and i Senator Mann was one of the best ggg, l
.. foafid thk,afternoon by negro woman it is reported by some that when last known citizens of Florida, having .
( lodged in "seme trash .in the he had a $350 diamond ring and represented Hernando county in the ---

Oconee river. The back of his head something like $300 in money in his _state___ senate_ for___ _several_ _____ terms'nn and_____ BRITISH GOVERNMENT BUYING AUSTRIAN OFFICER SHOT FOR
fora
lovable character whose departure
;; ':wU crushed and two irons, one pockets. When found the money and having been engaged prominently in AIDING RUSSIANS *
} I 1 I.around his neck and the other around the ring were missing. The ferryman real estate business in Jacksonvilleand higher sphere came peaceably. For HARNESS AT RICHMOND Rome, Italy, via Paris, Sept*!.-
? his feet, tied with picture n, were stated that he heard an automobile go other parts of the state. He was many years Mrs. Parsons was practically Richmond, Vt, Sept. 21.-The British The Giornale D'ltalia publishes a report -
i intended 'to'aiDk his body. The body to the boat landing Tuesday night also an enthusiastic good roads advocate deaf and partially blind, but government today placed an order from Vienna that Lieut Marshal
G wu tamd near a boat landing about "Mr. Beacham is the son of Mr. J. and did much to stimulate she always had a cheery smile and a with a harness company here for Wodianski, who was of Slav origin,
five mile'above Dublin and an automobile 1 W. Beacham, one of the most prominent road budding in Florida. kind word for all with whom she 1,000 sets of artillery harness and was court martialed and shot for an
t! .track leading to the-place indicates -: business men of Dublin. His came in.,contact, being one of those 500 cavalry saddles to be ready for alleged understanding with the Russians. -
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; that the young man had been death is a shock to the entire city. DEATH OF MRS. ROXANA lovely old women whose peaceful and delivery in six weeks. Similar orders The stationmaster at Lem-
j :'mudered in,or near Dublin and carried The father and relatives of the dead PARSONSThe Godly life is an example of worth to have been placed, it is said, in Cin berg, accused of giving informationto
: ct to :this place and thrown in the boy claim they will leave no stone un- all. The body was laid to rest Sun' cinnati. the enemy, was also shot
rt river..' turned to find the murderers." death angel hovered over the day afternoon in the Orlando cemetery It is understood that picked cavalryand General Froriach, the dispatch says,
U "The woman'finding the body hurried The young man mentioned ,in the home of Mrs. C. E. Feltner Saturday Rev. J. E. Wray conductingthe artillery officers' mounts are be- who was rert>ved from the commandof
to:a ferryman about 300 yards above is a nephew of Hon. Braxton night and took from life her mother, services and the interment beingin ing bought in Virginia through a a division of cavalry after it had
r below where the body was found and Beacham, of this city,who is now visiting Mrs. Roxana Parsons She ,was charge of Undertakers Hammond Richmond agency, but the agents refuse been almost annihilated, committed
reported, the find.. The sheriff was- in Dublin. eighty-two years of age and a most & Gore. to confirm or deny the report suicide. "i' "
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