Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00441
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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 23, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00441
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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.>,, \!, '. Up, Their>Positions OBREGQN SUNK COULD NOT FALL CLAIMED[

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;: ,Y "I r k.Chef:of .Affied Forces Seeds Optimistic Message Villa Carrying Things in Highhanded r. Lady Tells of 250,000 Russian

-, Manner, Going After BY Soldiers Passing IN MARCONI WIRELESS OFFICIAL
Retreat of German
Early I
: jTfc Freaek War Office Predicting.
:: Jf Obregon Without Orderi ADMISSION OF WAR England by Rail on Wayto I REPORT FROM
,Cuter-Rtgkt Already tiriBg-UDkDOWD Steamer wt From Carranza France BERLIN
: ) Struck British Cruiser ,I , _
| North Sea E
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:. '" .,y, Hade "Rick Hart ,'t4! -"" -" Washington, Sept. 22.-Although New York; Sept 22.-The Star RUSSIAN
_ I t:: :'. ...... ... ik lcWU. ;' .. yesterday's official reports indicated Line steamship Zeeland came in today -
; that the friction between Generals .
-' -
-', Paris. ;. sept.,22<-(SPeci .)-In a furious'attack opened by theBes Obregon and Villa'was of'an insignificant Vessels Lost Were the Aboukir, : from Liverpool from with the 362 American As to the Heavy Losses SufferedBy

.: .: ,simultaneously along,the whole line between the Aisne and character, there was a pessimistic passengers war zone. Austria in Galicia Bat-
Hogue and Cressy, Manyof
Henry De Sibour, American who
4 an
tone in the advices from Mexico
le Oise rivers at two o'clock Tuesday morning the Germans were
tles of the Past Few _
_ the Crews Being was marooned at Belfort when the
which reached here
:'' riled: in their.trenches, and. driven,put at several points on The local troubles today.in Sonora have Saved war broke out, was among the pas- Weeks

'{; _I' German right, both sides suffering very heavy losses. I given rise to the fear among some sengers. He reached Paris after pass- x
's;._ : 'after the attack the Germans directed.their attack ing through the country where much
''':, ;., opened 1 observers that Villa may attempt 'to London, Sept 22.The British London, Sept. 22.-The following
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rat the allies' lines further to the east but finally driven the disturbances there of the early fighting occurred. On
: ,were quell independent warships Aboukir, Hogue and Cressy official dispatches have been received
-in a hand to hand encounter r,in'which line after line clashed of Carranza's orders. As yet, have been sunk in the North sea by one field, he said, he saw squares of from Berlin by Marconi wireless:

'.' bayonet however, nothing of a definite nature German submarines, according to an- dead German soldiers. Those on the
charges in the dark
"It is from Vienna
\ T outside had fallen but the bodies to- reported by way
,::' has reached officials which
on a judg-
nouncement by the official bureau
I., /puring' yesterday severe fighting had occurred along the entire ment of the ,trend of future eventscan this afternoon. \ ward the center of the squares were of contradiction of the figures pub-

< : -l.,line;;.whicti Jtas.JiarroW to about ninety miles because the be based. Everything depends, The announcement a considerable standing upright leaning against each lished from Russian sources as to the

: armies are drawing closer together for more massive corn- they believe, on the outcome of the number of the crews says of the vessels other. Officers told him, he said, that Austrian losses, that the Austrian

_< ',:':'j About? 'o'clock;in the afternoon-a lull was perceptible, the national convention on October 1. It were saved by H. M. S.: Lowesioft the machine guns were responsiblefor army repeatedly has defeated the
.. this wholesale weakened Russian forces that Austrian
killing. ; -
'exhausted the: is, already realized both here and in and by a division of torpedo
.. ff being by repeated counter,attacks direct-
Mexico that the Carranza and Villa Mrs. De Sibour declared a near rel- troops hold a strong position
Against, ; the French: alid,British, who invariably repulsed them, factions will conte .for'political boat destroyers. Trawlers and their ative who is an officer of an English Galicia and are ready for further
boats'also aided in the work of res-
_ .' ; .. to .IjTiwith. gains. to'the, allies. \ trol of the assembly.It railroad, had told her his line had fighting.
;"-; 'oil T ,the'early:;:part of.the' night" the engagement had nar- is doubtful whether the adminis- cue.The Aboukir was torpedoed ,first. transported 250,000 Russian troops 'Hamburg has been visited by a

i. ':S' 'Z . the:activity of, heavy guns and the fire was desultory. trative questions which must be ad- The Hogue and the Cressy drew in across England and that the steam- strong gale and has suffered consider-
ship Aquitania was used to able damage from a flood. Near the
.Iit at 'dock justed at Vera Cruz before the Amer- close to her and transportthe
4. ; -2vi? in the. :morning the preconcerted attack by the were standing by to the of
ican withdraw will be troops to a remote point of the village of Moorburg bursting -
-1_ troops can set- save the crew when they also were
::opened with unprecedented fury. Artillery, rapid fire guns tled until early October, by which torpedoed.The coast of France where they were land- a dike has flooded the neighboring

.;t. :smal'-armsycrashed forth as.if at a given.signal.and the fire time it is believed_ Carranza will have Cressy, Capt. Robert W. John- ed through the surf by small boats. country.
Dr. H. H. McCarthy, of Spokane, "Councillor of Justice Blumenthal,
retired first chief in
temporarily as son; the Aboukir, Capt. John E.
;'t :;\: Wash., was in Berlin when a train a former member of the reichstag,
the ll favor of Fernando Calderon
e8'leftthe onslaught was, conducted with the greatt Iglesias Drummond, and the Hogue, Capt.
. \/* Tir> '; forherethe;; ,attacking. French and British had made who would be designated, provisional Wilmot S. Nicholson, were sister; containing several hundred wounded. burgomaster of Colmar and memberof
British prisoners passed through.A the first chamber of Alsace, has
': :1Wr greatest advances and the troops were buoyed up by the full presidentThe ships. They were armored cruisers crowd of hoodlums attacked the been placed on trial charged with k
state department today'.askedthe of a comparatively obsolete type and
', 'ttthusiasm of, their triumphs. Carranza government to train, crying, "Kill the English!" As high treason. His property has been
guaran- were built fourteen years ago.
4; : ; the PBnch gunners had the range and raked the German tee the safety of the priests and nuns The lists of the casualties the prisoners were shackled at the confiscated.

I| aches; 'dth gafling_ fire. Under cover of this and the rapid gathered at Vera Cruz seeking a !. their crews will be published as among soon ankles and wrists they were helpless.A "The Russian general,,Martos, who
of German ordered all male inhabitants of east
squad cavalry chargedthe
lftift,4w: \ch swept top.line of trenches-the British and means to leave the country. Consul as they are knownAMERICANS
mob and beat it off with the broad Prussia to be shot and the villages
r !
i Bi wh" Canada reported that about 220 are.
J1 and
.; .Rivalry infantry advanced and stormed them. The sides of their sabers. destroyed, has been brought into
:1' destitute. TO ASK RETURN OF
; :,.. eatrgy ojSe attack!:took the Germans by surprise and after a COMMANDEERED AUTOS Halle in chains. He will be tried by

ine ruife: at the, trenches, ,the Germans were driven back. courtmartial."

-" ', The.'Qtdpan' :resistance, was desperate. It was not until they MDfIGAN AUTO PARTY Washington, Sept. 22.Americanswhose POPULACE[ IS IN fliGHT tember(General 2 to Martos have been was killed reported in battlein Sep-
t here _rhelmed,by numerically stronger forces that they'were automobiles were requisitionedin

=<>. Wtfrein- ,:their position. REACHORLANDO\ Europe at the outbreak of the war FROMCRACOPOLES OW "A east Russian Prussia.major) has 'been con-

j : it have been advised by. Cone Johnson, ''
: *f V --' demned to death after a trial by
:, : : /AND CENTER solicitor the state department, that courtmartial. He is alleged to have
L9 -IIGBTUTIRING. EXPECTED TO they should file claims with the belligerent REFUSED TO AID
f. SPENT ELEVEN DAYS EN committed infamous acts.
';{.' ";$<;;.' ... tr" GIVE'WAY- .. + ROUTE TRAVELED governments. Only in the AUSTRIANS IN "An Italian newspaper declares the

gt' Paris'Sept..22. [: .-'(SpeciaL,)-The war'office tonight received ; event that such representations fail DEFENSE general position of the German armyin
I. 1,407
will the claims be taken up by the
foUi"rQ. ,General: Jpffre, commander in chief, of the department. France is excellent. The Dutch
: (: "'he turning of newspapers say that the arrest of
movement the
: left continues. Genpwl Indications That Ancient City
Party Consists of Mr. and Mrs German advance in France is extended -

_ Voa'jQuk's}annuls retiring and'the indications are that the t P. T. Butler and Son, and VON BERNSTOFF REGRETS DESTRUCTION Will ;Je Easily Taken by the to permit a further offensive move-

:; .ff center lias'reached ,the high tide of, its ,resistance and I Mr. H. F. Seiwert, All OF RHEIMS Russian Forces Now ment and that the advance of the

\ wiIl n.-arinn ife:-forced to.retire to a new, position." From Kalamazoo CATHEDRALNew AdvancingLondon German center already had begun.

.'. ' Ii ,** ., "General Dankl has thanked the
J' ,. York, 22. Count
.. : gCRUISER MADE RICH CAPTURE IN NORTH Mrs. Paul T. Butler, and.son, Rob- Bernstoff, German ambassador to the Sept. .The correspondent first army for their glorious victoriesat
of the Post at Petrograd sends Krasnik and Lublin. He states
t.j' ]l ATLANTIC j iert\B.: Butler, and Mr. Herman F. United States, declared today it was
undefeated has
his sus-
:. 11., the following version of the military that army
p Londe Sept: ;.22.. -(Special..)The. official press bureau toaounced ,I, Siewert, of Kalamazoo, Mich., reached struction"preposterous of the to cathedral suppose that at Rheims the de- situation at Cracow: pended its attack on an enemy of

.' ht- ; I Orlando yesterday afternoon, by au- "The populace is already fleeing twice its strength and has occupieda
thata British was a premeditated act.
\ cruiser
: the German "
; ,captured from Cracow from which position it has gained..
tomobile, making the trip from Kala- place a
; i liner "It would seem from certain pub-
,: h Spreewald_ and three colliers in ,the north Atlantic mazoo to Orlando in eleven days, via lished reports," Count von Bernstoff part of the unique university libraryhas

".,'Se"'" ptmb12th' ., j Indianapolis, Louisville, Nashville, continued, "that the destruction of also been removed for safety. GREEKS RETURN I HOME FOR iI

.t.i 1 j f Ka" -.-- [Chattanooga and Atlanta, their speed- this grand old edifice was the resultof "The Polish voluntary bands, which WAR. K,
have been enrolled for the defense of
ometer registering 1,407 miles. They -
t1NIDENTIFIED STEAMER malice. This is ridiculous. I am
a \ STRUCK NORTH SEA MINE report a very enjoyable rip and claim positive that the attack on the cathe- Cracow, have declined to oppose the Sheboygan, Wis., Sept. 22.-Forty ;

" B;,Sept_'22. (SpeciaL)-An Exchange.telegram tonight the Florida roads as a rule were dral at Rheims was not willful. How Russians on the ground that they prefer members of the local Greek colony x
f* "* good. that the tide of war should break left today for Milwaukee en route to ;
I believe this is of
j.stewner.Lowestoft ever, a case hyper-
,which, rescued some of the men from The Butlers toured the state of sympathy. For my part I feel much upon some other part of Austria rather their native land. They declared they

,' ->ir"s.torpedoed' cruisers, 'reports that an unidentified Florida and also Cuba last winter, more for the thousands of men who than around Cracow. This seems were going for war service. Twenty

IM-.12,000.'tons has struck'a,mine in the North and of he many towns they visited have sacrificed their lives, although I to show that Cracow may be deliv- others left Sunday for Chicago, all 1
t * sea. they claim Orlando is far ahead of regret as much 'as any man the destruction ered up to the Russians." having received rush orders to return d I,
them all. of such a beautiful work of
-Returns Indicate f '"Orlando is one of the prettiest art" '
._ Virginia Battleship TexasReturnstoVera t
,r.."* towns I was ever in, said Mr. Butler,
n. and we expect to make this,our per- BASEBALL RESULTS

: ,,," .. ed a: a,11m': : Election YesterdayIt manent winter home. Mr. Walter W. Cruz Account New Devlopments $:

", :1i'C;.".. :_ '1.t_ ; -- Rose has sold us a tract of land anda Federal League ,
-- V bungalow lot at Lakeview Heights, Brooklyn 1, Kansas City 0. --

yriltoras from one-fourth of the persons voting atthe where we expect to build a nice home Pittsburg 3, St. Louis 10. Washington, Sept. 22-(Special) Owing to conditions which have
the;pro.t.m preceding November: general elec- and plant a grove immediately. This Baltimore 1, Chicago 2. The battleship Texas was,today or- been reported to Washington by Gen-
Virginia todaej
p tion. Approximately. 70,000 persons is .why we came early. We have other Buffalo 4, Indianapolis L dered to Vera Cruz to rejoin the eral Funston and hinted at in a recent -

b'w' ilhever tatebas Y' voted'dry, signed,the petition. Kalamazoo friends who are comingto National League American warships there. The order statement by Sir Lionel Carden,

the e were Ninety of the 100 Virginia counties Orlando this winter, and I under- New York 0, Chicago 5. for the-return of the Texas is due to the British minister to Mexico, the

t a voted "dry" in previous local option stand Mr. Rose has sold them'prop Boston 8, Pittsburg 1. new developments in the Mexican sit- state department is not in position to
p, &
;'. contests. Even in the event, therefore = erty ,at Lakeview Heights. Philadelphia 4, St. Louis 5. uation, the precise nature of which inform General Funston when his
1a bi that state Wide prohibition is "Mr. Siewert will also plant a groveat Brooklyn 5, Cincinnati 4., was not explained by the navy department army will leave.It .
or, Antii- voted down the local option laws now LaVeview: Heights. He will plant
American League was intimated at the departmentthat
'"" in effect,;in 'nine-tenths of the, state eight,acres and will start clearing'im Detroit 3-0, Boston, 55. Meanwhile, Secretary of War Gar- the emergency which calls the
ofY would,continue in force. "
mediately. Chicago Washington 14. rison is working on ways and means Texas to Vera Cruz will not be of

ai-40,0001, .1'helscal -' St Louis-New,York;"rain. and.a time for getting General Fun- long duration and she will later go
Prayer Meetings Feature at Norfolk
league dew THE WEATHER Cleveland 3, Philadelphia 14. ston's army out of Vera Cruz. Gen- to Galveston to receive the silver service -
20, 0p Norfolk, Va., Sept 22.-Tolling of
vfgln k, eral Aguilar, recently appointed gov- donated by the state of Texas.
r the chnrch'bells, prayer meetings anlierving ,Florida: Local showers Wednesday October
Kt of the last Ladies"Home Journal.: In: ernor of Vera Cruz by Provisional
of lunches. at the, 'polls by' the. : except fair northwest -portion. "
-ealfto - ;, Muasey's "A New.China., with maps. President Carranza; is pressing Gen Try Sentinel classified advertisements

: ladieswere" ;the:'features:of,the< statecitetioft ;b: : here "J:" jo ioL. : h _'j. .f .. ,.
s. :,.< ...! ". ,, '" ,,_,, _. <.-.<: .,:; 1".'h. ",,,,<_. .9dt" aO'H.iI._ _,_ .j. .= -. "":::'''''' evacuation. : : /.;: -d ,,ale money... ', ':='''';. .r-- _

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f Nrs'BIGGUNS ATTRACTATTENTION siege which can transported' CUT THE :::II
gun WEEDS If I
; i i! you want your bicycle fixed ina j KEEP AHEAD
'. by motor, thus making it infinitelymore I i hurry take it to Warman's Repair !iOf your neighbor by reading the
'- 'mobile than if it required to be The weeds on the sidewalks and CKCO
I Shop. 12-5-tf. j Sentinel
(International News Service.) hauled by horses.I I vacant lots of the city should be cut, f 1 all the news every first morning and getting

New' York, Sept -Dispatches "Without, any accurate first hand as they are a daily menace to health, 'Insect Killer Will Don't overlok the want ads. t
from' the' European war, telling of knowledge of the gun in question, I are unsightly and breed disease. They I Get the news in the Sentinel first. iie
;4 the great' 15-inch siege guns of the should venture to say that an eleven-- shelter all sorts of decaying matter, Rid
'Germans, which are capable of battering inch piece of the kind reported to and the city health department is us- I I
} ; down the sturdiest fortifications have been employed against the Liege ing every effort to have them cut Your house oi all insects. .h CI1
.,. and yet' may ,be transported and Namur forts would weigh about If they are pn your lot or in frontof I UIUf Jm friie#
K? ..with great swiftness on motor trucks, fifteen tons. Now, it would be per- your house, it is your duty to have Quarts SSc. Gallon $1.00 .;
'are'attracting, the interest of ,American fectly feasible to build special,car- them cut, and in all other places the 9
; :military men. riage for the transportation of a gun city is having them cut: The hot For sale by I w GIVE THE CHILDREN _
Photographs of Liege, and Namur of even this weight, and to this car- days and cold nights of Septemberare I Th 1r
after the Germans demolished their riage you might hitch a powerful the most trying of the year on i Carruthers & Gore
,, .forts show ,the terrible execution of motor of, say 100 horsepower. It the human system, and there shouldbe :! y ;'r CORRECT STATIONERY
the German guns, which fire their explosive stands to reason that you would get no local causes to help along dis- i iI ,:
.4 shells upward'at a sharp an- great results from such a means. of I ; ., % -
'i gle and crumble the enemy's fortifi- transport The same gun could read- ease.Give your attention to this matter I And they will take pride in
cations by. a vertical plunging fire. ily be hauled by twenty or thirty without delay, and cut the weeds and For SaleI + Y
One retired ordnance officer who horses, but. it could not be advanced !!, receive the thanks of the department writing their letters.

r was questioned today said that, bearing at anything like the rate of speed and help to keep the city, healthy. I k l
3. in mind 'the, superior .roads of possible with motor transportation I I 1 I Correct letter writing is both
western Europe and reports that the and speed seems to be an essential "Counting seeds we all are sowing an art and an accomplishment.
? have a carload of Milk
, Germans had been spending much factor with the ,Germans. That is : In the soil of other hearts; Jersey
r money'for years in developing their why I am ready to believe that the Soon or late for good or evil, Cows for sale, and people of the sur- Crane's Linen Lawn represents

heavy artillery/ was easily con- Germans and Austrians really do pos- Every bud of fruitage starts. rounding country are invited to in- the highest art in manu
ceivable that they had perfected expeditious sess siege batteries mounted on heavy "Sowing, reaping for the Master, pect the stock.Reasonable .
r 'means of transporting their motor trucks. facture of writing paper.
Let us toil with thought and care; prices. Call on or address
. heaviest pieces. 'As to the value of such guns for Seeds of love and truth implanting, JAMES rane r
: "Of course,*: he said, "none of us j t[use against fortifications there can With a smile, a song, a prayer." We are showing correct sizes
' knows anything at* first hand. All'that" be no doubt. Most fortifications are I 8-22-D & W Winter Garden Fla. melt cJ(2Za7Z: and shapes for Children, Misses
we do know we ,learn from the milt to resist a horizontal fire. These We insure your Ute and loan you
.newspapers. If the Geermans have 1 guns deliver huge shells at an angleof money on real estate at 6 per cent II THE CORRECT WRITING PAPER and Adults.
E such pieces, it is safe to say that they forty-five degrees, falling I interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., I
practically I Curry Building, Tampa, Fla. W. S. BRANCH "
t are not showing. them toy military ob- straight down out of the sky. I 3-25-d&wtf I PRINTING MATERIAL L ,
- J servers of other nations; and on the Once such guns have found the rangeof ,
other hand, I think it.is equally safe a fortified place, it must be practically REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY H.I The Arcade Book and Music Store \i
t. to say that there is nothing startlingly untenable. Their shells would \I C. McDANIEL I FOR SALE .. .;

1.., .. new about these, big guns. They probably contain thirty pounds of i:
are probably much the same as the some high explosive, and bursting in Twenty acres on Lake Gatlin, 'I Consisting of .

:. .. 0 _eleven-inch coast defense mortars the the narrow area of forts or gun pits about 18 planted to oranges and Job Press, 14x22 with fountain. .
Japanese brought over to 'Port Ar- they would have most destructive ef- grape fruit trees, 5 years old, fully Imposing Stone, 26x44 in frame. i THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S }!
4; Q thug,-:and without which itt is ques- fects. It will be interesting to see 1,000 boxes now on trees. If you de- Perfection A Wire Stitcher.Onehalf .
tionable whether they would ever how the theories of ordnance worked sire this property, will be divided Case Wood Furniture, I: TRANSFER I
have reduced the, Russian fortress. out in advance by Frenchmen and giving two fine building sites with 280 pieces. !
!> We have similar pieces in our own I Germans develop in actual practice." Lake Gatlin in front overlookingthree 12 Galleys, brass lined, 6%x23%. ,
coast defense fortifications other lakes. Price for 20 acres Dr. B. D. WIENANGA Prop.
I 1 Galley, brass lined, 12x18. I I II
v "It has for years been an open secret I' DONT TAKE 'EM OFF YET. $12,000 or $6,000 for half. Nothing Horton Mailer

:.< .that the .Germans.were spending better in Florida. Owner has repeatedly Utility Lead Cotter.
considerable sums'of numejr' : ,: fectkg'their heavy artillery, just as:; think the fly-season is past after the of sickness he is unable to come 1 Challenge Proof Press, 9x27 with I-II
I -eve. have'.known that the French were\I first cool days of Autumn. Not until to Florida to live as'he intended. iron frame. I "

-devoting their energies perfecting the frosts and storms of November, Two 3 acre tracts overlooking Or- 1 horsepower Motor. I WE GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE iI
1 ''their .mobiJ; field artillery. Doubts and 'perhaps Deecmeber, have been lando-fine lake view, good neigh- 2 Counter Shafts with pulley and I f fi
,'lofll:tee Germans were,influenced to with us for some time. The Autumn borhood, good land and splendid for hangers complete.Ink .
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'some extent at any rate by the knowledge fly is the cause of the crepe on the surburban homes. Price $1,000 each. Slab, 12x18. i t
.that in fighting France they door.'next'' summer. $2,000. About 1,000 Ibs. 10 pt. body type. ,
', o would.have ,to reckon upon overcom- 10 acres all cleared, north side Several job fonts, racks and cases, I ,
,ing'the'numerous'powerful fortresses Don't wait for every one In town to Lake Ivanhoe overlooks Orlando quoins and other material Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited 1?
which the French'have scattered over have Entrican, the painter, before splendid land and a fine home site, This material is all in first-class J
s the northern and northeastern sections you. try. Am too busy to look you The stucco cottage on Cathcart St. condition and will be sold for the
I will be the .
up. Phone 636, and on HORSES FOR SALE
of France. Job. 1-20-tf one block north of Eda Park, just best offer to close an estate. .
"Bearing in mind the fact that the completed built for comfort and convenience *
roads' in western Europe are excel WOOD. COAL AND ICE -large lot, stone garage, APPLY P. O. BOX 35 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida ] :

lent, it is not'hard to believe that the Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's beautifully situated and will be sold ORLANDO, FLA. '; i. I
s Germans have evolved a very heavy Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf: for $6,000, good terms. 9-11-lm ". -

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are the exclusive Agentsof all proposition' advertised in this space, which will be changed every ;

i.I week. f Purchasers can buy through their own Broker, and all Real Estate men can sell them and arrange ..

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



.F One of the best building lots, within a stone's throw
; of the Court House, is in the market at one-third less

than surrounding lots are selling for. If not sold by
4 Situated. four miles. from a very progressive town with front overlooking two lakes; 10 acres eared ready to
October 10th the price will be raised to correspond with
one mile lake front, mostly high ground, connected with
plant Citrus Fruit; a fair dwelling house, good stable, invited the
other lots- Only cash buyers are as money,
a system of lakes and rivers up to Jacksonville and within .
: spraying machine, a pair of mules and all necessary is needed.
.one mile of railroad s tat.cIa y roa.
farming implements, an eighty barrel steel tank on steel
of rich hammock land
190 acres deep universally '
known to be the best citrus and truck tower, 20 feet high on cement base; an eight horsepower .

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

the grove; five hydrants on the pipe line. A good well
: '? for builders. We can offer a plot of land desirable
55', Orange Grove. of soft water. Have successfully raised Irish and sweet '
3 location near lake. An extra good opportunity, &g&
:'' ::3300 big Orange Trees, about 150 Grape Fruit potatoes, ton, watermelons! tomatoes, also a.nice patch ground, batch of trees, 200x200 on three streets; can '

': 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 on&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 predated. Liberal terms will be given. suit the purchaser. Get in touch with us quickly before

i tourist. ;hotel, in the midst of oak and pine trees, all. lake too late.
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:Probably few: realized recently'when rI

Germany threatened: to stir up the I

,Mohammedans, of the 'world,'against GRAND

the allies:that the second' most exalted

:potentatelin; Moslem: lands is asubject

of ,&e>..Stars"and Stripes.

;: 'AccordingSto" ,tables o( precedence!
,approved a/ Mecca the
,, ( : sovereign ,. __
ranking:: next to the Sultan of Turkey. ; ,. .

is the Sultan of-Jolo. . .._

The tactful' American army officer: "Col. Heeza Liar "

lets the, Sultan.of Jolo'retain, all his ,

string :of titles, including that of ___ _

,"Overlord of ,the' United States," but __ "In the Wilderness,"

his real power almost nil even over: _

,the 350,000Moros in the Philippines. __ Another of those great comedies. We

He is allowed, to be exact, the'powers U have secured these superior comedies at

ofjustice of the peace at Maibun

the southern Philippines. d the request of many. See one of them

But by.Mohammedan law he is yet and you will join the "bunch."

the religious and political guide of

millions of Moslems in.Siam, Johore,

the Federated Malay States, Malacca,

Penang* Singapore, Java, Sumatra L, PhOto'I Amencan Press Association. "The Moonstone of Fez "

Borneo :Celebes, Mindanao, and other _

islands, ',Nothing., \ the could East' .'illustrate Indies. better the I ac s for 'the Persian Mohammedans, SCISSORED WITHOUT CREDIT. ATTENTION! A Vitagraph special complete in two

lack" ,of unity. in ,the Mohammedan I Ily they woudl probably be attacked ear- parts, featuring Maurice Coatello and
b in ,the
war by Sultan's
: tribes and nations and the decadence men. j Some folks are never happy unless One of the best building lots within Constance
The Kurds would raid toward Teheran a stone's Talmadge.
.of the Mohammedan world in a political there is something wrong with them. throw of the court house is
and Russians and Mohammedan in the market at two-thirds less than .
sense from the time of the
conquests surrounding lots
Persians would them are selling for. If
.of the Saracens and the Turks. oppose It's peculiar how many wealthy wo- not sold by October 10th the
The Sultan of Turkey might, however will be price "Rube the "
: t The ancestors,of the Sultan of Jolo r men go naked. raised to correspond with oth Interpoler
for controlled and led cause a great deal of troubley er lots. Only cash buyers are invited, ,
centuries numb rousing the wild tribes of Arabia. as money is needed. Inquire Sentinel.'
rous, pirate fleets that harried the Marry your sons when you will and A Kalem comedy
These Bedouins featuring Ruth Ro.
always fighting the ,
your daughters when they will. Don't
i. Asiati coast from Hindustan. to Ton- forget the Sentinel want ads.
C Constantinople ruler, might yet be land and Marshal Neilan.
.. quiD They converted by their swords
the inhabitants of the East Indies to brought ,to his standard by a combi- If there were 150 hooks in the NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY

: I the faith of 1s1 m. On these services nation of religious fanaticism and de- wardrobe the husband would still U. S. District
the" Sultans of Jolo receive rank- s ire for booty. In British Somaliland, have to hang his clothes on nails be- Florida.In District of "The Spanish Omelet "

f too, there are. 500,000 Mohammedan hind the door. the matter of Hamilton &: Dunn, Carrie
freely accorded d to the present Sultan and Maggie Hamilton Bankrupt. ,
negroid. natives, who remember vividly To the Honorable, the
of the
on his pilgrimage to Mecca-only second Court of A
,: the wars 'of the "Mad Mullah the United States for the Southern; Biograph comedy.
to the Commander of the Faith- : It seems that a show is something District of Florida: '

ful and might be induced to take up armsgain. that no one can describe in such a' ilton Hamilton, of Orlando&; Dunn.in Carrie the and Maggie Ham. See This
county of Show
Orange, !
If. 'the, ,'Sultan' at Constantinople a manner that the listener will get any I and state of Florida, in said district, respectfully Five Big Reels !
The Germans'promise to take advantage represent that on the 22nd day of July
'should proclaim a jehead,'or holy war, idea of what it was like. ; last past they were duly adjudged bankrupt
of under
Egypt's discontent the acts of
'through ;the Sheik,ul Islam- the Sultan Egypt congress relating to bankruptcy -
; they have duly
:has surrendered
been all
under the domination
of:Jolo, would probably. ,consult of The boys will always; bring a pail I their property and rights of property and ORCHESTRA5c
I Great Britain since 1883. fully complied with all
There have requirements of
;: .some.'American second lieutenant, onthe of water for the base ball or foot ball I said acts and of the order of the court touch
1 been ,
many plots against the government team but humiliate ing said bankruptcy.
don't the
;subject,and then .roll a cigarette youngsters Wherefor
: in they pray that they
] be de
v recent and may
':and discreetly retire to the depth of ; years Turkish by asking them to lug one for creed by the court to have a full discharge
emissaries have lately been from all debts provable against their estate
mother in
his harem., very the kitchen.
: under
bankrupt ,
I 1 busy in Egypt. But the discontented acts except such debts
as are excepted by law from
This brings to tne discharge.
\L : us ,question; class in the Nile Dated this 8th day day of
is September
valley small. The A. I D lOc
: How much ,could Mehed of Turkey Some people will pay $25 a weekboard 1914.HAMILTON :
j fellaheen, who are not fighters any- to in & DUNN. CARRIE AND
:assit the ;German emperor? stay a summer resort MAGGIE
realize that Bankrupt.
Despite the reduction of his 'dominions way,, the British domination where the principal occupation is gong In the Matter of Petition for Final Dis _

.; in':Europe by the Balkan wars, t has meant better crops and bet- to the postoffice for letters and On charge this: 16th day of September A. D. 1914. i
t times.
:er There
: are, however, about on reading the
me fiuiian than __ newspapers[ from home: foregoing petition. it is or.
couia put more a inn- buuuuu AAA A desert nomads dered .by the Court .that a hearing be baduLxu TOMORROW..."Little
in Egypt and
lion;:men:in the, field .if he could obtain theSe ? me same on ,me ibtn day ol October, Mary" Pick-
; might be rallied to a jehad. A. D. 1914 before said court
.and equipment. He could TREES FOR SALE in at Jacksonville I ford and the"BIG "
: money Cairo is the seat of Moslem learn- said district, at ten o'clock in the fore FOUR. Watch advertising
compel Russia to defend its transCaucasian The Terra Ceia Nurseries have for the noon, and that notice thereof be published in
possessions and eouId'trou- l ng. Here is the Mosque and University sale the Walters (Florida Standard) said Orlando district Sentinel and that a newspaper all known printed creditors in matter.

'<);GreatBritain the of EL Azhar ,with 15,000 stu variety of grapefruit, from one to and other persons in interest may appear at
'' on Egyptian- I d nts. The Sheik ul Islam is himself three years old, budded on thre to said time and place and show cause if any -
border.;' I bur years old rough' lemon roots they have, why the prayer of said petitioner --
; should]
a graduate. The.students would not be granted.:
.But ,the threat to incite the immense join and the Heart's Tardiff
orange, one And it is further ordered by the Court that
in i
''Moslem'population of Asia a jehad and their influence would year old buds on three years old the Clerk shall send by mail to all known ii- -L
band e considerable. But the 18,000 ough lemon roots. All in first class creditors notice of said petition and this or p-- -
:Africa to .rise against Great ondition.. der, addressed to them at their places of residence -
Egyptian troops, who are officered by as stated. "
Britain; France and Russia should not British TERRA CEIA NURSERIES, Winess: The Honorable Rhydon M. Call
be :alarming. probably would stand by their Terra Ceia, Florida.J. Judge of he said Court, and the seal thereof 'I
masters.In C. Rowell, Manager. at Jacksonville, in said district, on the 16th llarnmond&Gore
There are about 238,000,000 Mohammedans day, of September A. D. 1914.
one-seventh the rest of Africa, Tripoli, recently Correspondence solicited. A true
,' comprising copy.EUGENE
conquered by Italy D DODGE. Clerk.
revolt -
But Tunis and Algeria whichis EMBALMERS.
Of these ; under the Removes ,
87,000,000.are cancers, tumors of all --
British: ''rule, in Africa, Asia and the supplying the celebrated Turcos, dnds. No money until you are sat- DudleyMatthewsARCIIITECTURAL '
would be loyal,to the tri-color. isfied. Dr. East. Indies; 41,000,000; (if we count
' Most of the negroes of Africa are' Bldg., Lafayette street, Tampa, Fla.

; 'Moro..co) owe. allegiance. to France. ; now Mohammedans, but there is little -13-10t AND GENERAL COMPARE
pi4OOOOOOare: in Russian possessions -
!! ',The only,independent Mohammedan unity among them. On the whole, NOTICE DRAFTING.
the 39,000,000 Mohammedan Africans Slue' Printing and Map Work. Pat. OUR
countries. beside, Turkey are Of Application for Tax Deed Under S etion SSt ant office FURNITUREWe
under French drawings, show cards and
rule, the 15,000,000 under Chapter 4888 Laws of Florida ,
Persia and.the'Wahabi tribes of.Arabia. general commercial art. Perspec
., ', British rule, and the 2,000,000 under Notice is hereby given that John Scbnarr, tives in color or flat washes. provide the quality furniture that has
Italian rule could of t Orlando Fbt. purchaser of tax certificates long
be been
,The 0 Ottoman Empire has 20,000,000inhabitants scarcely No& 676 and 679, dated the Srd day of June ROOM isYowellDuckworth accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
but not all are Mohammedans. roused to serious efforts against the A. P. 1901. respectively and balance of tax standard of merit. If an article is here it is
Building good.
certificate No. dated
whites. The'Kaiser has 609. 5th day of No-
only 1,000,000Mohammedans caiber.....,..A...D.. .1895.. has. ..filed. said certificates_ .._ PHONE wouldn't here were it otherwise. We can't make
in his African nn__ terri_____ ;.1. -, -"'i.- --" -I"- ....."..'4" .AftftHA.vt'.uu'; #AU.- 542 this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
:Also Iin: : many parts 01 Arabia his ax deeds to issue in accordance with law 9-lod4wtf stones
authority! is'ucerto a constant effort tory. I' id certificates embrace the following de.ibed .. of this business, and that means much to any buyer.
Afghanistan is, .wholly, Mohammedan porperty' situated in Orange county
:to defeat flying bands.of rebels. -i Florida. tovnt: No. 57$, southwest quarter
and ,Beluchistan 96 per cent, but If[ northeast Quarter section 25. township
Theoretically the Sultan woo! WOO
requests the Sultan of Turkey is not held in 22 south range 28 east, said land being assessed WOO McNEQI & DAVIS BLOCK
::6 e\Sheik ul Islam:, the highest Mo- at the date of the issuance of such ,
especial veneration. certificate in the name of R. S. Hall: No. 679
htau&edaq .church dignitary, to proclaim southeast quarter of northwest Quarter. see Excellent c !. Orange Avc. and Church St., Orlando Fla.
Of the total Core
population of the' Indian Pine Wood
,a,holy waa1nst the infidels. ion 25, township 22 south range 28 east, saidland Supplied '
being assessed at the date of the issuance
empire, nearly 300,000,000, about _ _ J
Then\ the hosts of Islam gather of such certificate in the1 name of Crnmmey in _
any quantity
2aroumid 1 _____ -
the standard at Constantino- i per cent. is Mohammedan. Witheas Hamilton; and balance of No. 609. north. _
t quarter of southwest Quarter section
,pie and launch themselves against'the very rare exceptions the Mohammedan 25, township 22 south, range 28 east. Thesaid -
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communities are pro-British. land being assessed at the date of the ----- ---- ----
iafidels. issuance of such certificate in the name oknown. PRICES ON FIVE
> They despise the Hindus and '
seek tally .
Bat,this is the 1914, not 650 un
themselves with the Unless said certificates shall be redeemed I OR MORE
nor:yet.,1453. There are now no,less' according to law. tax deeds will issue thereon
against the majority race. Both Hindus on the 23rd day of October. A. D 1914. -
than 1" seventy-three Mohammedan Winess my official signaure and seal thisthe I
.... ..Ano. 'never did Arian and and Mohammedan regiments from Und day of September, A. D. 1914.
< 1.4 India 'now' fight for Great Britain in (Seal) B. M. ROBINSON.Clerk ELDREDGE BARLOW'Telephone
Athanasian. hate each other more Circuit Court, Orange County, Fla. I
France. They vie with each other ;
"i;than>do the, Sunnites',and the 375
which can do the most for To
King Present Blood Poisoning
,Shaikhs, the -two. .main divisions of
|the Ia15thite&The Turks are' Sun- George V. pply"DRIER'S at once ANTISEPTIC the wonderful HEALING reliable OIL a DR.sur South Street, near A. C. L. i c:::.

.aiftas.., This: bars right away from .t:a1 dressing that relieves pain and heals at Tracks .
WIRELESS NEWS -;same ti1lA NAt n liniment 25c.SOc.S UA '
[ftnriee with them the Mohammedansof

[ FIRM,'.who,are ,all'.Shuahs. An "unconfirmed report"' is as goods The want ad.'s the thing. 9-l-lm BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS

It bars,;.too,.the Moslems of..flindustaii no news. U LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS .

| ,:for) the I Shuahs here are the' And. still the high cost of living Effective from August 1, 1914 to August

.ore :influential, though. fewer in does not prevent "two living as cheapas 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc.

.... .; Aid the Shuah to the Sun- one."

lute is("a citrsed; ,heretic," while 'the It is said that the.'wild goose is the ROLLINS COLLEGE[ r Winter far tion during that time:

8steis- ; called "an unreasonable only bird that does not make a noise I- Touring Car $555.00 '

byhe shushftID when
caught alive.Anounceof .
r' too,'"the' different Mohamme- intention is better than eUest College art Most Beautiful Crouds IB Heritf. Runabout 505.00

communities : wideyeograp&cally. of indifference. F. 0. R. OrUndo. AD tan fully equIpped.
are separated '- a pound .'
College, Academy, Mnac, Expression Fine Art Do-
'I, They ,cling tena- Many country ,boys, will attend.ag- mestic and Industrial ,Arts Business Further, we vffl be able to obUin the nuziaam efficiency '
,' to.'taeir' religion, ,but. they ncultural.cOlleges. this fall, so that Twelve Teacher's Cowse. In oar factory production. and the minimum cost In oar
bsildings, steam beat, electric lights ire purchasing and ules department if we reach an output tl, _
intercourse pro
either of goods they won't hae'to work
.farming. tection,'SBC 300,00 can between the mkoTe dates.
DO malaria, quarter minion dol-.
.iif i\, After' enduring the horrors of peace, ; kr efldowaeet Three teachers And ibould we reach this production we agree to pay at
,11 :fair to believe? that a rocla- for several weeks, the Mexicans musts .. jl. : of MUSIC $5,000 organ, the buyer's share from l n to {51 per ear (on or about
e piaB06twoGIeeCl9b8chorucks& S AuruitUJlS) to erery retail buyer who purchase a new
ji5bythSultan Constantino-. long to get to, fighting'again., Superb new Ford ear between Auput 1, 1J14 and Auru 1, MIS.

Ii woeld rot' reach Moslems for ;eheaical.aad 8HI8Jer'schoelJ<baakiag equipment. New For farther particular regarding these low prices and profit-
-ui-: montlif or ,even' years.. ,.Then. For sale.-A well: bred .Driving' : Mbrft device,kysiCalJa1JGratGries..e.a1lipped every sharing plan tee 1
analyse el fertilizers
; soils
lit ; foods water.
; ,
.[ bejjouted.Utoograpikally _, '- .
i the mare-sound and '-gentle ,in;. her : Tler'liaeeriar c.i me. F. G. RUSH,

Cossacks 'prime., Any :lady Jcan .drive; :cityibroke. ':Lakes beating '
: swimming
golf tennis
lily relate : 'There can be.,nothmg:,better ..rL' ''W,
riders fJ south : 811deitemiutiOllaJ.M8CIera; t .
Bussia were'1 inof I .
m.the'horse: line for;ladwg and chSdren. lththtebip anilabe FereatakfieasidretiBWWJAM t 1 1

.froct. the Czar's, troopsraadintfee .', :No.dealers or i Uwyawa., t: : ; J

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111 t "' 'jE', 0 il ILTSoft 8 SIDELIGHTS 'S. J. SLIGH -'
," .. .' DECLARES COLONEL t Last, night the Grand showed'the :::" !!J !!JJ1111111""i'I'II"t't..t
Fferto WATKINS HAS FINEST thirteenth episode'of the '"Perils of t
_ ,, :' ScitiielMO (By w.s. Branch) GROVE IN FLORIDA Pauline" to an overflow crowd. Never MMM
"fl;- i-1:' I.' :WCiftlY There'is a good story about a minister before have the people of this city
,.... ., -
.t.JOIUJI.' . &', Edit..ad .Owa.r, who remarked in his, sermon: witnessed such thrilling scenes as
Col.T. J. Watkins showed
t il';' > tend at UK'poitoffice; t OrUndoMlor.t . ?'As I understand the record, Eve did Mr. S. J. that of the steeple chase in which
j, +s Second .dan Mfl Hitter.Jit .. Sligh through two of his
: : not know that she was not properly orange there were numerous spills throwing
if, ,.:... ., , ,., '. .
J i 80lCBIPTION. BATES dressed until she had eaten the apple. groves yesterday, and last night Mr. mounts and riders over the turf and

<1; "Dtfli'Year................,.,-,.,4....'HOO At'= the(close of ibis service, apples Sligh declared he would have to hand in several instances piling up human
4 Daily, I'Month ...................... 'ICO
t D ,Dmily. Momth.: ....;.....;............. .1.% will be distributed to all the ladiespresent" the premium to the Colonel as a suc and horseflesh; also the great leap
i) ._D.iyaMonth: .,......!,...'........... .b a cessful orange grower. They first made by Harry and Pauline. It is .

?. [I .c Weekly' .Year- ........-..l............ JLOO * e visited the grove between Orlandoand scarcely possible to conceive of such ,
if.J'tek7.. .' Months,,..-"....!...,.....;.. .-$ And now they say it was Gen. Pau Pine Castle, and here Mr. Sligh daring feats. The management of i

., !IS ALL "SUB8OHPTIONS PAYABLE >IN who turned the tide of' battle and declared is the; best crop of grape this popular playhouse is certainly to ,

ti ADVANCE saved Paris while the Germans started fruit he has.seen in many days. The be complimented on giving Orlando

h in the other direction on a hasty grove is composed of old theater goers such splendid entertainment -
a, TO ADVERTISEHS. : seedling
!; -. hike.: Next time they should send trees and the fruit is well colored and
Copy:f.r .dii., u4 all tkf ivj ...
x ahea1lllq aut to haW ta at tiw kuiaeMtfica Gen. Mau and the complete victory will average twenty boxes to the tree. - -- -
ef to Seatta not later than 2: .. would be in Just as soon as all of the football
E fl p. won a short time. Who This fruit is ready for shipment
the day bden p. Utatlta. ;ThU nit applies i ii and I schedules are out, the college
i to duafes hi eutract adrtrtirfni. : it is ever saw: the time when mau was nota the movement of the crop will begin professors
tl .. ... will know when have
t t imitate ud will ,strictly attend better fighter than pau' probably next week. : recitations. they can .
i il: Sokeriben desiring ,The Seentinel discontinued * What Mr. Sligh declares to be the I, _
;r' should notify the office in writing on Down at Tampa the other day, finest of its in Florida is HOME'
age Col
I;!, the date of expiration, otherwise it will be '
fi contented at the :regular subscription rates, I. Miss Fogg was married to Mr. Tobi- I Watkins' grove four miles northeastof T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber .
until notice to stop is received. Conscientious work at fair prices.
11 : janski. The lady has changed her Orlando, which was next visited. Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8- 3-tf t

,11 WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23, 1914. name but it is not much clearer thanit This big grove is located on two

: was before her marriege. Duringthe beautiful lakes and is five years old. LOST-Left at some boarding houseon H
ceremony some one should have In it are "21,000 grapefruit trees that the 21st, one grass covered suit ffffCIS

R ',,An 'heiress.makes.a capital' .;vile.l sung,'"Let the Blessed Sunshine In." will average five boxes to the tree. case.receive Leave reward.at Sentinel office and It

pet'lorida'or In the same grove Col. Watkins has a ,
a ft l Lots of men had rather.lie than be any other kind} of eggs large number of pineapple and valen- T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.

\t polite are 20 cents each in Hamburg, and cia late orange trees from three to Conscientious work at fair prices.
d : .' Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf spring time men's
0' Hamburger steak is 10 cents a pound five years old and these trees will young

f.The] truth will go, .further if you. in Florida. If. any Florida man at- .average from three to five boxes to thoughts turn to love; in Fall
q; stretch itWithout tempts.to eat eggs instead of steak, the tree. Try the Sentinel for all kinds t time wives and housekeepers

.,.. t it. ,_- e shoot him on the spot. une year ago about this time when of Printing. Prompt service. turn to thoughts of the rejuvenation

Orlando this would. be abom * Mr. Sligh visited this grove' it was of their homes.

:t' old, world.. In a few days we will officially pro loaded with fruit but the trees and t MMMMMIMMMIHMMT.F. might Hubby
t 0 mulgate the last call for the straw the fruit were covered with lemon I energetically kick at the

Applaud a fool and he will furnish hat. Ample notice will be given, scale, and it took a hard fight for Col. ; HOURfflAN high cost of living, and maybe

:;Y ,! the encore himself. however.-Tampa Tribune. Watkins to get rid of it, but he was Licensed Plumber and justly so, but the. echo of his

j r ,0 We double dare you to attempt the equal to he occasion and today the I Sanitary Engtneer i protest against beautifying his
fl The man who sits down and hopes annihilation of the straw hats on Orange grove is as free from.lemon scale and J home would be so modest
c for the best never gets ito avenue, either before or after all other diseases as it is possible fora Estimates Attended furnished. jobbing < be almost as to
Promptly to. unheard.
S > giving "ample'notice.. grove to be.
:. .. ;Remember that .tomorrow never * It is reported that Colonel Watkins PHONE 6z9 -

( t comes and then..put your worry off Miss Genevieve Clark proposes that has refused $80,000 for this grove and 106 Court Street

until tomorrow. women dress in cotton goods. Butwouldn't is holding it for $100,000, a price thatIs Let us help do
C o that play smash with the sure to advance as the grove grows ,

E :A girl will trust her life, with a woolen and silk industriesTimesUnion. older and more productive.' 4allmIMMMMMIIHIIMMMM< your planningOur

man other men wouldn't trust thepocketbooks ir .

:; with.. Let the Southern ladies all wear ANOTHER RESIDENT GAINED stock of House-Furnish.

: <
:Plenty of, guavas to put up but it and winter. The Eastern ladies NEIGHBORHOODMr. have arrived is positively com
silk the cotton and .
can wear over
is hard to put up for. the. sugar at I plete.
: thus keep comfortable, and the ladiesof
is 1cents ,a pound
.. the Northwest can wear all three J. B. Fuller, of Mannington, -
4 h O. and then not be warm enough for West Virginia, has purchased the
If all the reports are true the Aus- ,
I comfort during several of the winter I W. J. Barber ten acre tract at Dren- We can cater for
any. Style
tri have been too ,busy retreating ,
I II IJelly'Tumblers
Station. He will here
A to do much fighting months. nen move this Department Store any Effect
o winter and improve the property by i

Jacksonville is about to have a setting out a grove- and beautifyingthe -
,The,Swiss were wise in selecting a
"professional center." All the doctors premises. This is an ideal loca I
country that,standsso.nearly on end
: k no army inn ,march Through it. all the dentists and all the law- tion, and as Mr. Barber has made a Take Your ChoiceOf

7 : 0 yers will probably ,be housed in one success of both the poultry industryand
Ocala Banner. trucking, the new owner feelsthat.
i' building.-
Many,.a:kid gets off light_for some any of these new decorative
Now if they can only get all the he has made no mistake in his
oI his'meanness because his. parents Fruit Jars weaves and
selection.Mr. re-beautify
druggists and all the undertakers into your
} with
similar incident
n a positions
> reversed. the, same building and then lock the Fuller looked carefully over possibly rejuvenateyour

o doors and drop the keys in the well, the western and southern sections of all kinds husband by so doing-that
y the state and found nothing that sUit- .
r J..P Morgan says'the financial situation I the death rate of Jacksonville will is if he needs it.
probably be the lowest of any city in ed him. He heard so much about
4 is improving. Yes, J. P., the
the South. Orlando that he decided to stop off
h war has about caused the New Haven NEW CRETONES
for a day and was so impressed with

io'be"forgotten.;"--. 0The' --- There has been more property improvements this section that he immediately made rrese i I R ettles NEW SCOTCH MADRAS

fJ finished and under in up his mind to locate here. Mr. Barber t
way New
: : world is growing better and BUNGALOW MADRAS
Orlando this than for will move to another property
has year many
the proof. is that no
newspaper in the that he owns adjoining this. The sale NEW CANVAS
f said_anything' about "Maine going years past. i. Orange A venae. CLOTHS
was made by I). A. Cooper, of Cooper
, hell bent for Governor Ke t." NEW LACE CLOTHS
ni e. 0 Get the news first in the Sentinel & Atha. HIIIIIIMMUMIIHMM'IHIimMMIIIHIIIIIIIIMH .

1Some .folk, waste/'enough ,time de NEW EMBROIDERY

7 fending_a 'proposition everybody be- immiMIHIIIMIIIIMIIMIMMHMIIIII SWISS .

lievej.in: to. something no ,
body ever thought of ,that is worth < PLAIN AND FANCYGRENADINES.
I whilst. .
The world series promises somevariety
'after all Philadelphia will NEW PILGRIM

I .represent; the American League as DENNIES

usu J'.but.Bostonhas: about, displaced :1 IcPHAJMACY

,New York as the contender from the - .1 The NEW GENEVA CLOTHSThe


,An Ohio man has,been locked up in THE NEW MARQUISETTESTHE

: .the county jail .(Tampa for. investigation NEW SCRIMS

because he declared himself .
"king of all the world." .Next thing NEW CANVAS CLOTHS

t he would:>> :have been flinging ultima- .

tarns and declarations. of war in all -

i 'directions. o ;: ;Hi fOR TUf WfDDING F We can. help you with color

; schemes.
Governor. Trammell is'taking com Try us.ORLANDO'S .

mendable interest in the campaignto .

stamp out the citrus canker in.this For the bride countless things in Silver, Cut :

state. Experts declare the industry Glass and Fine China. Rare jewels of every de-
sly :-
,. I is in great danger of destruction from '. 'scription. e'i

... sew.disease,'and it is to be hoped .. "\..; ,
,c that ,citrus growers will become : For Bridesmaids. Ladies of Honor, Flower : :

E aroused in time to''eradicate the disease ;: Girls etc., Bracelets Brooches, Bar Pins La Val- ; [

before it' obtains too strong a liers,* Wristlet Watches, Silver Vanity Cases'"; WIHfLDICKSON

hold., The citrus seminar, which convened Purses, Card Cases etc. 'z, ;
in Gainesville yesterday will
For ushers Cuff Links Coat Chains Two-J
thoroughly:discuss,the subject and it : : ,
is:'to be hoped will formulate some : ./:* Pocket Chains, Full Dress Sets, Gold and Silver' *

I .definite campaign'in which the growers Pen Knives, Pencils, etc. ,v_", :

I will unanimously join. -
o Let us help you with your wedding present. .,

.During: each winter Florida, is infested : problems. .' .
with a .horde of advertising ;. !'.
fakers, who enrich themselves at the -:
expense;of the: business, men, seldom .

giving an'thing'rth, while in return : iii: .

They get:rich picking by promoting S n

all kinds of advertising .IVfS CO.O

schemes of doubful worth, oftencharging

big;prices,for work that local .

concerns would do without: charge.

In Tampatheir graft is greatly handicapped Jeweler
t J men by that.thet'ill an agreement not of the patronize business' DEPARTMENTAL STORE

any .outsid*; advertising scheme
approved. investigation by i ..
the board of-tradeand tlie ? ' <- |/ :
adoptionof ,
smear pWin: Orlaado : ,. ? .
a _and othUet ,
cities 'of the state'would save the : *AND. xa MM mm
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j:'niTpiMv. *. & the:new.Babcock'drum cylinder press I /

\ ( ; : ..\' neatly purchaeed .b, the Reporter- 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. : I E 4s
!J'1': Admission 5 cents : SACRIFICE

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p ,rhere'is 'no:Wt i..' ,.. wi .sad Mrs D; W.'MeKi mon and COOK AUTO CO. 0

'be -made" 4.L'.e': ,.:for r. the children arrived. yesterday from Mut IMMMHIMMtltiHMIIHTODAY'S .. f :

; .Moraiag I .. ton spending, N..,d''the, where summer.they, They have went been PROGRAM" mMMIIIHIIMIIiillMMTWENTIETH "Get It It I leu's"to .

I, . Eclair. "Adrift, with Barbara

!fir.3. ,returned :yesterday .Winter" Garden.' of the Canadian wild. CENTURY CLUB TO .
t Nestor. Comedy. "Could You Blame . -
'f .: 8 outing to,'points inNew"York Her?" Another big shriek, by Al. MEET THIS AFTERNOON . .
: state.. u ,Mi. C. ;H., Tilden one of Orange Christie, with Eddie Lyons, Victoria ._. ;. "
'( -' county's representative spent Ford,and Stella.Adams.' The Twentieth Century Club will .' '

yesterday .in' Orlando mingling business meet this afternoon at the home of W at t Give! Manis
,; Mr.. Smith ''Gates: left 'Jyesterday a
.over,:the Atlantic Coast Line.railroad with pleasure. He reports thingsin A want advertisement in the Senti- Mrs. M. 0. Overstreet, at 3:15 o'clock.
in and
general as being
_: 'for.. West',Palm Beach and'other points prosperous. nel this morning bears evidence of
"" around'Tildenville..
_on the East Coast. the growth and metropolitan appear- k
t_ THREE STORIES a question that puzzles some women -
) 1 E. ance of Orlando. Mr. J. W. Sells arrived -
Mr. and 'Mrs. Geo. McCulloch .
: '
let solve this
Mr. B.JE. In Orlandoyesterday us help you prob-
Nehrling was in the city Monday night from
returned last night from New York When Dr. C. D. Christ started the lem, come in and look at our
\; ,
Jacksonville Savannah
'route to to make this
: den expecting city
where they spent several weeks.
construction of his office building ,
from Gotha .where he will :enter the McCulloch his home. He was. directed to a,
While North Mr. pur- Central avenue his first contem-
; Florida .Military-academy.: thased a;large stock for his Orange boarding house by some one and going plated only a two story plans building, but 11 Watch Fobs
"'- ; there left his suit case before ,
Lve. department ,store. he has decided to make it three
'Mr.' B.i.lL'|. Tench, one .of Gaines- 1- taking! 'a walk about the city. Mr. a II Scarf Pins
story structure and work is
; vflleV representative citizens, is '' Sells neglected to note the street and now under -
Miss Mildred
came on the third Orlando
way story.
.spending today in Orlando. He is the number of his boarding house and Cuff Links
yesterday afternoon on Tampa grows so fast, is the explanation, that I 11
.registered at the San Joan.: has been unable to find it since, hence
Franklin N. C. to be in
from i
*' Special I before a building is completed it is
I IKesers. he is out his suit but
readiness ,for school next Monday. case, expectsto to enlarge it. we are glad to show you anythingyou
-.ington and,D. Dunham; of Green Cove in the Sentinel '
home about October 10th.
will return _
Springs, arrived in Orlando yesterday I _
:. : and are registered. :at the San Mr. E. S. Mackie, of Valdosta, Ga. Mrs. W. L. Burnett has returned Allen&CoJewelers

;' ;Jaan.i H '--' arrived in Orlando yesterday after- from a five weeks' vacation, four Mr. R. D. Waring has leased the

4 noon and is spending today looking weeks of which she spent in New Walter Drennen residence on North

,Mrs, T, :F. Stevens, I an:estimable I after business matters. Mr. Mackieis York and one week in Brooklyn. She Orange avenue, formerly known as

lady .of Tampa, is'the guest of vela: one of the owners of a large and declares she had the good time of her the Saunders house,, and will move D

',tivea, Mr. and Mrs.,J.. W.'White, at i prolific'orange grove at Crown Point. life and never, before experienced so his family here from Kissimmee. Mr. Reliable Repairing
their; suburban, home, ..lOuth'of: Orlando. -
.. tNewt pleasant a vacation. As for this win- Waring is one of Kissimmee's wealth-

I I'm introducing .a brand new ,in- ter she says.Orlando will be the Mecca iest and most influential'citizens, and

I vention-a. combined talking machine, of thousands. All the talk is of that city's loss is Orlando's gain.

. ,.xr;:) Seega, a prosperousyottBg I carpet sweeper, and letter opener" the war and of spending the winterin Mr. Waring has also leased a suiteof

citizen of MinorsvHle,'and Miss I said the,agent, stepping briskly into Florida with Orlando the A-I fa- business offices in the Watkins I U.i U.
: Ina;Beasley, a fascinating ladyof '
young an office. "Got one already, an- vorite as a stopping place among the block and there will be some big

'Orlando.the same place,spent yesterday.in- 1 swered the 'prop etor. 'I'm mar- many she talked with who are com- things doing in a business way when

ried." ing south for the winter. Mrs. Bur- he gets located. A short time ago

-, nett will again be in charge of the Mr. Waring bought some valuable i I1
:Del and ,Mrs. Henry R....Remsenretarned ==o ==
Mrs. D. J. Bell a most estimable dressmaking department of the Yow- property in Orlando upon which he

last:night* by';automobile. lady' of New Smyrna, and her two. ell-Duckworth company\and will open will build a palatial home, having determined -
:from 'rjajtona' Beach where'
,: they grandchildren, Miss Carrie and Master up right away on the fourth floor, to make this city his perma-
,have/been ,enjoying., a three weeks'vacation. : in where she declares
.. George Webb spent yesterday she will have the nent abode.
f Orlando, guests of Hon. and' Mrs.. S. latest and choicest in fall and winter He is an enterprising gentlemanand

S. Griffin at their pretty home on styles to show the ladies of Orlando. an all-the-time booster for Flor- /
,:Miss Annie Anderson who has been
Lake Eola. For variety.and beauty she her
says ida to whom Orlando will extend a
:.- in"Orlandovisiting her father, Mr. A. showing in this department will be
most hearty welcome. Polish Your Silver
'T returned
. yesterday to
.. Mr. H. A. Vivian returned yester- the greatest ever seen in Orlando.
: Sanford;where. she.holds a responsible'position. -
":' : day 'from middle Florida where he "COL. HEEZA LIAR" AND MAU-

/ ; .: had been to purchase stock for his A WORD TO CITY SUBSCRIBERSWe RICE COSTELLO' AT THE : Wrights Silver Cream Electrp-Sili-

j. '- Cherokee dairy. A car load came in GRAND TODAY
V'Mrv andjMrs..E.. T. ,Jacksonand : con
over: the Seaboard from Tallahassee The feature of the bill at the Grand
daughter :returned, .yesterday afterfrom'Northarolina regret, that there is occasional
that were as fine as .any brought today will be the reappearance of
trouble in the delivery of, the Morn-
Booa where they "
this section.. MCoL Heeza Liar. These pictures
'have:been!'spending,several weeks in ing Sentinel and the carrier boys have been secured at the request ofa Pick Your Teeth

the:mountains.. sometimes miss a subscriber. We are great many of those who were for-
r If you;:.want quick returns from advertising tunate enough to witness the first of
,' doing our best, but with the unprece-
at moderate cost, patronizethe these clever comedies. To those that With the Gold Medal ToothpicksPotted
dented increase in circulation of the
,;:Miss Julia .Miller, who _has been columns of the Sentinel. You have not been able to see any of the
the 'attractive guest. ,of, the MissesToils past few weeks and the necessity of HCoL Heeza Liar" series, we say to
; :at-'their:'home, "Dixie," ,on can place your wants before 8,000 putting on some new boys the mis- you in all candor, don't let this opportunity -
hit Orlando'fJld numberless
people by.
Loeerne Circle, has. returned to her other readers of the paper in adjoining takes are unavoidable. Two extra Another,big feature of the bill will Plants Cut Flowers Funeral
fame. fa. DeLaniMiw : carriers are waiting at the Sentinel be "The Moonstone of Fez," a Vita- ,
-- territory. office each morning to deliver papersto 'graph special complete in two parts, Designs Wedding Decorations. #
featuring Maurice Costello and ,
nie subscriber that have been a
: W Thomas, the any may
pretty Dr. F. N., Boardman has treated number of other Vitagraph stars, including 1 1I
dater of Mr. and Jtlr ,E. A. missed, and we appreciate a telephone Constance Talmadge.Ruth I
himself to ,handsome 1915 model
Thomas,".returned yesterday from a call for the paper when it does not Roland is also on this big five

_ defgatfui :visit to her: friend, Miss I it five-passenger gently until he Buick gets,.and it well is treating broken. show up at the proper time. -Adv.reel program. No advance in prices. THE SANITARY GROCERY

JaHa,Miller_in Deland.Yr it L P..Mace, of DeLand, is also a pur- CARUTHERS & GORE
Eat all
chaser of a five-passenger Buick from you want.
; and Mrs. Joseph Sundy'promin the,Cook 'Auto 'company this week. Eat what you want. Phone 200 '

t;and.wellto-do citizens:.of. prosperous Yesterday the largest sign in the Take a postscript and forget it. I
6 & 8E.Tine Street
For sale all
by druggists.
,Pine,Castle, 'motored. to 'Ofkado
Mr add Mrs, W. L Story and city was placed over the awning in l-7-d&w-lyr
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yesterday in their' ,Ford car and daughter Miss Kate were in Orlandofor front, of the big Yoweil-Duckworth .

spout the ,day'with friends. __ a while yesterday coming from building. The sign extends the full -!-!fff"HMMMMMMMHtlt---

'" &! '- Winter. Garden:in their large touring length :of the building on the Orange ;"*HIHIIiMiiiiitii MtHIIHitHMHIIMMt
Mr. Charles EL ,Hoefler president avenue,' side, and in handsome rai'sedgold
car. Miss; Kate left on ,the A. C. L. 1
aa4 manager ,ot the., a'Pre, erv- train that afternoon for Lake City letters are the words 'The Yow- .
wand Canning company, has bought ell-Duckworth CompanyOrlando'sLargest
where;she will resume her studies in
tfce, W.T.. Sims'place on South-- ''Liberty Columbia college. Store-Quality Did It." The

street'and moving. ..in.' construction of, the sign is the work ..

.; L Mr.'Walker D.,Reid, who has-been of"Mr.Geo. A.-Barker, and is a credit tiY.
John<'Whitney, colored,' was arrest
: to his handicraft. *
: absent for weeks in various .
,>- ed. yesterday 'morning 1 by parts.of the state looking after the ; /1-\ .
; 1>.'E. Jernigan. charged withcrueltyt packing of fruits and vegetables for T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. \ ... '-t J '. .-t':., .
Missals .;. He will be given hearing .- several firms, h returned. and is nowready Conscientious work at fair prices. :' :. tSi>f ..
this"miraingbefore. Justice.. Lee. Phone 629. 106 Court St.. 8-23-tf
.;. '_, ' to begin putting the orange <'40" Here
crop on the market as soon as they 1915 Hudson
WANTED:-Bl:young married couple Eat what you want.
: rooms. :for> light .housekeeping all are ready to ship. Eat all you want.
the year round with. prlvatefamfly. ,.Take a postscript and forget it. '
Awwer,.by,mail Box 727; city. A GOOD COW WANTED by G. R. For sale by all druggists.

NS"h( Banks, 42 Lakeview avenue. l-7-d&w-lyr I;- $1,550

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t< . i.' iDrop in and see the "SIX" that

:j''D111: WEATHERShould

s.c '? o't' 'i'l, f'!p oversold the output by over 3,000 3

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

: is not ,".9'. :'. .. .,. .. ,
day cent
storage there : a .charge-you are.perfectly .f .

<# ._ ,wc1c9D1eat all'tithes,and when it. comes to service, we ..... :
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: '* ' -1 .;, never,tire. ,No matter..;what make; car you own-Cadil.j . .i ; .l .

.lac,'Overland, Buick,..Hudson, 'Studebaker,,.:Reo, Ford or, .

Mitchell they have the same careful treatment. ) -- ;: '-" : :': ,

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; .jrma LAUGH,CUBE ; R.e \'.,;Steam Laundry last week NOTICE OF ELECTION
:! ( ,-' Lumber Z atlis and
% f&s Shingles
*." unloaded a car ,of. modern laundry ,
fr|{ Laughter' induces:a mental exhilia- machinery and will open the damp under Whereas the Constitution, the legislature of 1885 of, oil 1913 the,

Rr JI e. ." .. wash department next Monday, Sept State of Florida, did pass three joint
*The ,habit 'offrequentSand heartyI 14th. resolutions proposing amendments to V iJ
;'laughter.will not_ only;s v.e.you manY ,On account of several large ma. he Constitution of the State of Flor MI NAIR LIMBER .
ida and the
same were agreed to bya
' .a:doctor's hill*'bat will'also- save you chinesnot yetamved, will, not open vote of three-fifths of all the members -

b ff years of your life., hb complete laundry and dry cleaning elected to each house; that the

f j -'There! is good philosophy well as ,..1 until September 28th. votes on said joint resolutions were

- R ,:good,:health- in- "the maxim,. "Laugh. : If you want the damp wash, phone entered upon their respective journals
with the yeas and nays thereon, ORLANDO
|nand.:grow,fat.1" 654 or drop a card. *. and they' did determine and direct (

d ,:Laughter ls'a.foe to pain" and .disease 'REEL'S STEAM LAUNDRY. that the said joint resolutions be sub- .

l and a_sure cure for the "blues," For=whites'only. 4-12 2wks mitted to the electors of the state at
the general eiection'in November S
:;;inelancholy'and worry.

t'>, ".Laughter, is'co "tageO. ,s.. ,Be 'cheerful , 1914.Now, therefore, I H. Clay Crawford Royal .Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection lime"IIIIIIIIIII'III'IICIIIO'I.
,'and you,make'everybody around PEOPLE'SVLthTS) secretary of state of the Stateof ,

.you happy harmonious and healthfuL! Florida', do hereby give notice _

'{ 4 'Laughter and good cheer- make love that a GENERAL ELECTIONwill *Himiiiiini +'

of life, and love of life is, half of MUNNIMAKEBS be held in each county in Florida

health. on Tuesday next succeeding the first
Notice .of Loot Wanted For Sale For Statement of the Condition of the
;P ,: 'Use'laughter. as a table sauce, ;it Rest ete,' for,this" eolnaa. 25e for one Glt.Ne Monday in November, A. D. 1914, the
for said Tuesday being the
for three dan or f tme week
sets, the organs to dancing,and thusstimulates Z5 work or ... Money must aceeapanyM THIRD DAY OF NOVEMBERfor Orlando Bank & Trust '
the:digestive processes. adrertfaHBeati.will be made for tint creditFOR column M BOMcrtions the ratification or rejection of Co. .
on ,
, ' Laughter\keeps the heart,and faceR the said joint resolutions proposing
amendments to the Constitution of : Orlando Fla.
young, and enhances physical beauty. window sash
SALE Guavas, the State of Florida, viz.:
Laughter. is nature's device for exercising single doors, pine and oak wood. A Joint Resolution At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.

: the"internal organs and gives Call at 735 N. Orange avenue. F., A. Proposing an amendment to sectionsix

pleasure at the same time. Lewter. VMBHMWIMl 9-16-61* (6); of article eight (8)), of the RESOURCES.Loans .

.* It sends the, blood bounding FOR SALE--10 of land Constitution of the State of Florida,
acres new
i' relating to county officers.Be and Discounts . . . $379,514 36
.00.00 00. 00 ,00 00
through the body increases the respiration under good hog-proof fence, 1-1-2
acres cleared, with six room house, it ordained by the Legislatureof Over-Drafts . . . . fi. . . . . . . . . . 622 34
and gives warmth and glow the State of Florida:
k '\ ,:: wash house, barns, chicken houses, That the following amendment to Stocks and Bonds . . ... . . . .. . .. . . 26,018 33

to,the whole system. and a good well $500 cash to quick section six (6)), of article eight (8)), I Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37
: It extends the chest and forces the Address Sentinel office.
buyer. care of the Constitution) of the State of l Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . 291,393 48
poisoned air from the_least-used lung 9-20-6t Florida, is hereby agreed to and shall
be submitted to the electors of the
T cellPerfect FOR SALE-Seven room house; 21-2 $72 ,185 88
state at the general election to be
health which bodentroyed
may acres best garden land; 125 small
held on the first Tuesday in Novem- LIABILITIES.
by a piece of bad news, by budded orange trees. Inquire L. Box ber, A., D. 1914, for ratification or

grief 'or.anxiety,.is often,restored bya 671, city. 9-22-6t rejection: Capital Stock . . . . . . . . 00 . 00 00. . $lO ,OOO 00

: good hearty laugh. For sale-Silver Chester GrapeFruit Section 6. The Legislature shall Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 39,961 35

A; jolly physician is often better and' Valencia late orange buds. provide for the election by the the qualified Re-Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None
each of
electors in following -
stock 50c 1, 75c 2 county
than all his pills. years rigorous old.9232m year; county officers: A clerk of the Bills Payable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None

H. C. McDANIEL. circuit court, a sheriff, constables, a Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582, 69 47

'J COMET' VISIBLE county assessor of taxes, a tax collector Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,55506
it FOR SALE-One cylinder, 4 h. p. a superintendent of public instruction
if. ,, Excelsior motorcycle, 1913 model, and a county surveyor. The
'Early,,Raere Take Lode at What Is a in first class condition. Cheap for term of office of all county officers $724,185 88
cash. Apply at 306 West Concord mentioned in this section shall be for '

%*' Snail "Shine"The' avenue. 9-16-6t four years, except that' of county Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . . $291,393 48

--- assessor of taxes and county tax' collector Reserve required by Law 00.00. 00 00 00 116,533 89
-, war comet is visible in the WANTED TO SELL or trade for who shall be elected for two

---s. northeast, all. right, but: parties who real estate, my five passenger years( until at the general election to
titchell in A. L. Beck. Reserve in Excess of Arat Required by Law $174,859 59
,_ good repair. be held in the year A. D.1*6, when
't have viewed'it declare it "is
: only a
4 9-18-2W and after which they shall ol elected June
Deposits on 3Q 1913 . . . 01
,shine,and, ,pretty; small shine'at for a term of four years. Their pow 00. 00 00. $527,758
that/ FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine ers, duties and compensation shall be Deposits on June 3b, 1914 00 00 00 . . . . 582,669 49

6:Viewed, from, this. terrestrial ball, hammock,land; eight in grove, the prescribed by law. The Legislatureshall
J present crop of oranges will be from provide by law for the care and INCREASE. .
. . . $54,911 48
the visitor 00. 00 00
is .00
rather dim with tail
a 750 to 1,000,boxes; 500 trees all told, custody of all county funds and shall

thai. looks, to & about. two feet long. ready for setting-10 acres in lake, provide the ,method of reporting and
and miles from Apopka. The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co. endeavors
x f'It can be seenonI, ) in flashes, grow one quarter paying out all such funds.
( inV extremely dim and then brighten- Price,' $5,000. Address W. H, Box Provided, county treasurers electedin te persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
'ing s.i i 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf general election held in 1914 shall treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
up. hold office for the term elected.
Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
7'A number of ,Orlando citizens who FOR SALE-Fine fence posts. A Joint Resolution
.come,to their work'early each'morning Inquire of Frank cypress Phillips, Pine Cas- Proposing an amendment to section safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
16 of article IV of the Constitutionof

while: looked quite..a at number the' comet of_night Saturday,work- tie.FOR/ SALE OR RENTHousewith 9-18-tf the the appointment State of of Florida commissioned, relating officers to- : sunn::mt:::nnutunnnnunnnnnnnnunnDYNAMITING : :: W&::::j

'Y.erg; have 'noticed it''during ',the early all conveniences; unfurnished at -of the state militia.Be .

morning'hours, Concord Ave. it resolved by the Legislatureof
106 West ; price reasonable -
second the State of Florida: done in all its branches. WHERE SHALL I GO TO II
: _iThe heavenly visitor is.supposed to to small family. .Also on SCHOOL ?
Boor of 201 West Concord Ave., a That the following to Clearing land is our specialty
Have. something .to do with,the Euro- with bath and section'16 of article IV. of the Con-
suite of three work. Estimates
:1" rooms Let us do I
:pf an:war. ;and:Orlando, citizens,hear toilet. This suite is arranged for stitution of the State of Florida is your FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
L N. Lewis 406S.
r :mg this have,been heard to, wonderif light housekeeping, all furnished, two hereby agreed to and shall be sub- cheerfully given. FOR WOMEN GAINESVILLE
might be arrangedfor mitted to the electors of the state for East, street 7.14.1moCathedralSchool
this. comet:could stir. up such a additional rooms at tbe next TALLAHAggEE.
if desired. See Wm. L. Coryelel, adoption rejection general -
"t wwharsort' of.'a fight would.Hal. 201 West Concord Ave. 9-23-6t election hereafter; that is to say, College of Arts and Sciences;Normal School: r
Hallees 'comet have started. that section 16 of article IV. shall School of Music; School of Expression; .
(Concord Avenue is o be paved)
School of Art Extension Division Graduate
; ; 8 and'Dirialona
\ : be amended as to read as follows: ; Liberal Arts:
lat School: Modern Gymnasium with swimmingpool Law
; Engineering Agriculture
I ; Teachers
Section 16. The Governor shall
FOR RENT appoint ; basket ball and tennis courts new and College Experiment Station; Extension Division
THE LOST' BAGGAGE.li all commissioned officers of the modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormi- ; Graduate School Ten new brick build-
state militia, including an adjutant tories have all modern conveniences; new ings, besides gymnasium swimming pool and
--- FOR RENT general for the state, with rank of ORLANDO FLORIDA dining room and kitchen most hygienic in I,many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers instructors -
Florida 418 ladies from 49 counties
tip. is estimated by express and Fourteen room house; modern, upopiate brigadier general, who shall be chief (Formerly known u PeD.dtrk School) and 12;states young last session. i Florida and assistants counties and 354 24 young States men and ,
:steamship agents that probably 100-, ; partly furnished; on Lucerne of staff. The duties and compensa- TUITION FREE In College and Normal foreign countries last session.
(XK pieces of abandoned Circle; with garden, fruit and flowers tion of all officers so appointed shall REOPENS OCTOBER 7 School Board and entrance fees for the TUITION FREE Board and Entrance Foes
; baggage- year $1UO. For catalogue write $132.60
J.F. Watkins. 7-80-d&w-tf. per year Write today for catalogue
be fixed by law. The terms of of-
longing 'to':Americans ,are 'scattered fice of all commissioned officers of A Boardinr and Dar School for GirlsRttnlar ... A. A. MURPHREE, President.

.ab-Jttt, .in France, Germany, Austria,, FOR RENT-Six rooms for light the organized militia shall be con- Intermediate and and Special Academic Coono-Grades Primary.- --

Befciua, and Holland. At some lousekeeping.! Furnished or unfurn- tinuous during the pleasure of the Mode-Art Elocution-Phy.ical Culture I FOR SALE FOR SALE
ished. Apply 409, DeLaney Street. Governor to such laws -Domestic Science-Admirable Situation
subject as
points, returned tourists :say, these 922tf. be ;enacted the and Somandinc*-Cbmate Healthful- I Nursery stock, one, two, three and

y trunks, sachels.and :other belongings providing may for their by retirement Legislature for Careful Low Bates.Rer. Home. Life-Capable Teachers For the month of August I will I four year old bad; Foster Early,

i were piled so, high they would have FOR RENT-Five room cottage with age or other causes.A sell, at my farm, pine at 85 cents per Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-
; aH modem'conveniences.. Inquire Joint ResolutionProposing I Roderick P. Cobb, Bishop Mann. strand, and oak at $1.00; also some (
a nude good;fortifications.: 404 West Church street. 9-20-2t Rector. President. saw logs cheap. A. S. Hodges, R.1, I ington Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahlee

- :, Ships ':now coming, over are bringing : 1 of.! article.an_V._amendment of the Constitution to_ section, Orlando. 7-30-lm 'Apopka, Fla.: Phone 2222. 3-13-tf

*trunks' and hand baggage that J FOR RENT,Beautiful dwelling with relating to. the judiciary.Be .

i; '.were marked' left'that hurriedly,they.could behind.be ,identified but so ]Lake' garage Lucerne.; elegantly Jas. A.furnished Knox. ;. on the it State resolved of Florida by the:' Legislatureof linillMnillMIIIIMIIIlllllMMUIUUIIIlllllllllffll' \\\, \,\ \ \\ \\\,\\\\" '44iiiilf; II""elll"IIII. .l4..0 ,4+N.

and' 8-27-tf That the following amendment to
'cared''for. Both the 'express section 1 of article V. of the Constitution -

'and steamShip companies have agents :FOR RENT-Two office spaces in is' hereby agreed to and shall ymr.jm. tThey

at 'work on ,the,continent trying to our.store at No. 9 W. Church street. be proposed and submitted to the '

gather up thU,pzopertybut; as the Come in and we will show you. Pierce electors of the state for aporoval or
rejection at the next general election
4' Electric Co. 3-29-tf I
European' ,railroads have no checking > hereafter, that is to say, said section

.',,; sjitem, travelers. being expected, to 1 of said article shall be amended so I I

identify: war 'own trunks tm arrival MISCELLANEOUS as to read as follows: Were 1 to
Section 1. The judicial of :
'at!thett deestination; it :is not' likely -
WANTED tenant for 8 acres of the state shall be vested in a supreme I
L thai much of it,will ever,be recovered: truck land, 5 room house; arrange- court, circuit courts, court of recordof ,

s hears, of :travelers who.had invested ment made for keeping poultry; one Escambia county, criminal courts,
in contrabands goods with intent i mile from the court house. Call at county courts, county judges and jus-
% 703 West Central avenue. 9-19-3t tices of the peace and such other
to deceive the customs office on Married Soon
courts or commissions as the Legisla- be
reaching i this side will be allayed ,on ANTEn-tOO: 400 ture may from time to time ordain
that sour ,orange, and establish. The .
learning the officers have been Legislature may ,' :
grapefruit stock, 2 or 3 years old; ".' '
the of the
instructed to see that the returning must be thrifty, good. State pricein prescribe compensation
and of the several
justices judges
j *trunks get to their owners 'without Sentinel reply. Address "Grower__ 9-19-6td&w," care of courts: but no court heretofore established Came to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern, home of

regard to smuggled contents. With under the Constitution and four or five rooms They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable,
this danger removed consider how FURNISHED ROOMS-An excel laws of Florida shall be hereby abol-
the amounf ot which they had available for the furnishing of their
the ,owners of baggage that lent location. Apply. 418 South Lake ished.: yet money
'conies Win t never St. 9-23-pm, The votes cast in compliance with home made expensive peices prohibitive. '
mourn over their said proposed amendments, and the
'lost freasores!Indialiapolis Star LOST Gold cross and chain; cross canvass, declarations and returns They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.

;. about' two inches, long, with small thereof,. shall be subjected to the We, offered a lew suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were
diamond. Reward if returned this :
: BUM same regulations and restrictions as much with what had and took memorandums of what
1 p DUM BULLETS office. 9-22-3t are provided by law for general elections pleased they' seen they.

-- in the State of Florida.In thought they should want. '

So much has been written in the POSITION WANTED-By well educated testimony whereof, I have hereunto I After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doing
: man, as chauffeur. Temperate set my hand and affixed the
:war news. about the 'dam dam,bullet, , honest and industrious; careful Great Seal of the State of Florida, at the best possible} with their appropriation they came back and placed their order

c'that; perhaps it will. be a matter. of driver. If you have work for a Tallahassee, the capital, this the with us.This.
v .interest to;:our:readers: to know just man of these qualifications, address twenty-fifth day of July, A. D. 1914.
wha it, is. The name comes from Chauffeur,",care Sentinel, 9-22-6t (Seal) H. CLAY CRAWFORD. is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are

,Durii Dum, a town ,near' Calcutta, in BOARD AND ROOMS-House newly 7-30-ltw-3m. Secretary of State. pleasing. J Kib

'India, where .is' located'the ammunition ,furnished and remodeled. Northern We carry an extensive stock of serviceable attractive homefurnishings

factory for the Indian army. The cooking. $5 and $6 per week. NOTICE TO CREDITORS grading from the lowest priced which are good, to the very best. Your appropriation -

:i 'bullrt,is made of,a'soft metal with Excellent location. Magnolia House for home be from
a furnishing anything $175 toiccoor more
corner South and Boone streets. Mrs. In Court of the County Judge, State of your may
A r, blunt:'-or flat end, ;so that when' it Marie-Lewis, manager. '9-4-lm Florida.In -you can make the most oi it with us.
strikes a body it "mushrooms" re Estate of N. J. Patrick.To .
or aO Creditors. Legatees. Distributees and
spread* ,out, tearing the "flesh to FOR SALE-A No., 1 saddle mare, all Persona baring CIai t or Demands
'pies* The,ordinary bullet or buggy horse. Address; care aginst said Estate:
makes, a Wright's, Box 567.. 9-2-tf You, and each of you are hereby notified '
clean -hole, through the .object it and required to present any claims and de-
Btrikss and'.is.'cone''shaped. mands which you or either of you mal Kincaid & Snowden
The NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
ma- have against the estate of N. J. Patrick. I
> jority of the ,International Peace ,potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. deceased late of Orange County. Florida. 1 to '

Conference',of 1899 decided 'against Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant the undersigned Administratrix of acid I .. .
Co.. Ap pka, Fla. 5-24-tf estate within one year from the date hereof. I
the use
the dum dum bullet ; Dated
in war, August 6. A. D. 1914.

the: United States and.liigland being, Who is. your painter and decorator? MARY E. AdministratriL PATRICK Firiitire of Character at Popular Prices

; in,the 2nmoylty,, If you are satisfied keep the one you i ", .
have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican PIes Cured to 6 to 14 Days I
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' f Ne. 686. ;Cor.'MauLandEine.Sts. Orlando Florida
r .Don'tn, gl to.t4tlte,4i" look at the ,11-BO-tf. TOBrdnoist niH viand mosey'iTPAZOODmiENT : ;
fills to cure toy case of Itching
r : Read.the advertisements daily., SliadBleediiifforProtradiagPflesin6tol4dft7s.The first app1icatiou given Ease and Last' SOe.. 'I,", "'nl : IIUUI; ; :ItIltmm::=

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", '-",- Stylish, comfortable' pleasure car, seating, five passen-
:k ."STURDY''AS THE OAK'This gers with room to spare. The graceful, low "NEW OAK-
.; r( LAND"stream.line body, the German silver V shaped
ear; G THINGS. :for the.Oakland/xtbe "NEW OAKLAND 3 radiator, the heavy crown fenders and the broad running
: boards, give it beauty and style unsurpased in
all even
in advance of others
car ayear ,. .
I! ; the highest priced cars. The "NEW OAKLAND," Model
f 37, is a unity of beauty, power, economy and service-
Newt::, : X ore,Power ,XGreater Economy A:) Utmost Comfort a ,t a car you will be proud to drive alongside of the best of \&
.,<. ;-: .. "'. ",:;;Y them and enjoy the comparison.

: O O The four cylinder, silent Oakland-Northway motor
if"t 0 provides more power than you will ever need; marked
- p : 1 b economy in fuel consumption has been accomplished by
; : 9I reducing the weight of the car and equipping it with the Oakland-Stewart vacuum gaso
l \ lene feed, doing away with the pressure system.

f ," The low construction. of the car without decreasing the road clearance adds to the S
o iJl ., 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,
'i' Oakland One-man top, absolutely true to name, Heavy Crown Fenders, extra large
valves, Tungsten steel, divided \Vindshield
Speedometer, Electric Horn, operated from
f 1i center of steering wheel. Headlights, with dimmer, Shroud light, Tail light, Tools,
f i License Tag,Brackets, in fact, modern
f: t every improvement and convenience for the com
'Ji fort and safety of the driver and passengers.

.: .: ,.;.Dt'tJAlrl NOlodtlcJ7' $1775.,Watch for our light six adds, also roadsters and speedsters Prices from $1150 to I T

:i 4om. _. J-urin3 Car

t,;. '1 11 I J. B. MAGRUDER, Distributers, Oakland Garage

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, t;i i VfJ4'<.4KB'APPEAL E]OPEN ALL NIGHT Up to date painting, papering, etc., : ,, j 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.
, 1: ._ : is the kind you want. Where to get MlMlilimMiilllltl lilHHIIMIMM
'(9 :' : i t Florida : The City Drug Store is at your ser it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. i
vice both day and night. Prompt, .
: m' -tJit iie
,. ,. appeared dependable, courteous. tf Entrican. 1-20-tf :
f, .J4ft ; ;;. r.i} tion: of the:-.Sta TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
.4aW1t I _4r' ous foe .te|" First class Brazing specialty at To be convinced of the producing
: tria?*j't t'41t dustry of Fl Warman's Repair Shop o t Court St. !power of Sentinel want ads.-try one.
*(* tJ Niue canker. 12-6-tf. .
,J1.lrn,!' disease : COOK WITH GAS
,"' '..t.hh. tf. .* 'has y t ., '
""h's (!'t: j
l ,.: iR area in the of 'ItttilliltiMtMlittftlMltlllMiilHIIIIMIMIOIIMIPackers t
: d t; H j& i tlently believedjt J Ji : oI"": .

r&t bteui ent,wor;
, .1" :et! J Dented: .from ;spi- \ The E Bola
'..tit :fi1! 4 trritory''it ha- : F.ac1g! Company 1. Convenience :; 6. Speed
I4 4' mat|that within a itt : '
'; ff u i |M.be,entirely e 2.: Comfort 7. Efficiency
P--. t ". h(nLt., "l' t'Ie'of. 'the, mf :
t itu#' tit, ,ughly,arousedfight : Cleanliness 8. Safety
; lt, J this : ;
;J I pest. :
: and Shippers of Citrus '
i toy't 'Nursery "Stoc .
; : 9. Perfect RegulationFof !
orb'. (: ffw.J.va1uable si and 4. Simplicity '
Fruits Vegetables.Being '
'",.nrl f""' '''' 1i i JI;U e' s314! '.an_ :effort to, Heat .
j t. !,.! O e$r canker,.and : no longer,with Chase & Co. I will operate alone 5. Accessibility '
r 4:"" .t4t :)t.u 1J; '.resolved'' i 10. Economy
;> under above' name; and shall appreciate the business of
1'Kf g&j&to t'i. Jl, t'il 44'tt A : of sk11led fit all who have and any who have not patronized me in

*!rs Mi tN t k bmbat.and con last three'y ars. For information call on or write me .

f 'o-J s'tc R at my Packing House at crossing of Concord Avenue t

$ btcHi a 4. ti lied,one thouslateVjfiadS' and A. C. L. L.R. R. in Pine-a-cure building, which I am e 4. SIMPLICITY
:j &", the f ,piir .r
y \
equipping with.Mauld's latest machinery and can consequently -
: a1. 1j1l r 158*) contingencies GAS is without a rival as a fuel when it comes to simplicity and
:1f z j# th *t'To' -my regret- ** give you same service which has ,always' spokenfor ease of operation. Absolutely no effort or care is required to start ,a ,

iMtht.;. fj r'areavailable .its self. fire," all that is necessary is to "turn a valve and strike match."
bus: pa }'It:. e. ny,message torecommended My efforts will.be to sell possible before. resortingto Could a
anything be ?
more simple
t dabtirR
1 1WO distribution. .
''It tt. pwI. !r "e ; , a:.year;;for, GAS is also easily extinguished the moment the cooking is done :'.
ti :- W ,' .15 and'preventing just turn off the valve. A GAS RANGE requires no attention whatever
W. A. DADE Gen. -
: Manager. : :
:'i QJ ise. fused ,
\i >, or W either while in use or while idle-it is always ready at a moment's '
:., ', ,I"riuragricu1tUla'' 9-18-2m notice. A GAS RANGE does not require a stock of fuel to be bought ,r ,
t m i r : j' p6ts,(0;scab an. toMIMHMMMMMttiMOfltiimiMMtimillllllltftl'!
r tee as :11. ' ;apublic.mena. . in advance-or to run out,-and kindling to be cut up the night before. ,

. 1<11 '" J failed to act 111 '" Cook with"Gas Live the Simple Life,". and Be Happy. ,
JhJ. Ii. -v* >r r 1 1f \4 .
{' ;" ', .{canker, is,'ton( Iit' MttHMIMttttMMMtmMMiUIMMIMimmtMl
n. fiited t. area, itn vd
: ,;f, 6H t.,gradually sprjial j SPRAY NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT
:i (E." .. menace to
{fit .' i t: e p' fruit i '.section, I SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY

.- .t }f- 4 kh every, GAS DEPARTMENT .
t: :
:''f.! it.. 'IiitaH1"in i wncern to all 1'tiZ Kills every White Fly Larvae Scale Rust Mite

. M'' 'n} j, ,That active/; and Red Spider that i is' hit. Removes sooty mold .,111.11111111111.1.11.1111111111"11.1111111"1111111IIIIIII MAMA'A'A'A''A A'.i..i.M..M.M..M.i.i.i.M.i.i 11111 i t
... and and fruit. IIII IIIIIIIIIIII' ,
"rt"U. y be continued insures healthy trees bright September
160.. .' rus" maker, is entirely:, and October are two of the best months for
.and.our' ,great:citrus: spraying forVhite Fly and Scale. Prevents insects WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES

fir 'pretecte r .I.. post caries from all winter and them AND DO ALL KINDS
trees brings
sapping ,
*111 to 1t.H;cltinnsot"the St '
;,-. mos /'especially to those'in', out in a good healthy condition in the spring, thus OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. $8 Charleston and Return $8

ie>ecfen,'to'rally,to:;tte aid i insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom.

- ,Of [oar: fellow,> citizens.'inand' : ,
Wieted" ':;eetion: ' glue them. J. SCHNARR & CO? Orlando, Florida. VIA"Clyde I
.r.ist.anee. .
.s ,*.
"'.-ttis: mitter- ,is ',one of such ii Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure the White Fly
: -.,' :..Aat''it' is/'worthy'of ijailection Fungi 9.9 D. and W 2-M Line"First

:. and ,helpful ,act .. L H. RAMSDEU .
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the 11Wioue:commercial orga OPTOMETRIST

'i it t .:State, as.well.as by SoeeeMor to Dr. 0. P. LikIM) Class, Meals and Berth Included : s
-,- &#" those, organizations' ORLANDO. FLORIDA
1111.!jsaefly in the, growing a
:' '"Tjo;' *' citrus fruits. Ian.aitive tn. "' .jn.JiInW This special rate good on any of the Company's
:for iai'
campaign! : :;

tunctii necessary to.combat' 't Do Yon Want a Good .steamers August 22nd to October 17th.' s

.. tend h da ger' toone ;of, ,t inclusive. ;
,'' grtest;,industrieswiu. be' 'ii THE MARKET Home in the Country ? Y'
tdy Bgurated.information i Return l Limit 10 Days ..
. ..Por:' relative to tl i'

', \_..,,adkaU vCBlwJand the'disease the financial, communicaDr. 'nee< Of Cleanliness Of Quality. Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every .

rMk" ..t. ,W.;Berger, ;State :Nukkinesvflle Our list contains some very at- Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m. '
ifu.r tractive propositions both in.city and
: i) }i 'Governor.irFV : country property. And we will be For reservations and further particulars apply to
TUake.s K.t nfer ftc beet awltary .......rr'lnrftld.r .
e .Sept 1 ,,1914. :
: \ .. : ? eaeeaed away. torn the ttee, awl kept freah pleased to'submit them to'you. H. G. WENZEL Fla. Pass. Agent
; MAN:iis'MADE ofaT4ge . 'acid J8L, \ 'To those who have, property to sell,
:1 '* .- \ . W.l.rite"JctIea"' grera tee atI&f ae. We .v, 122 W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE FLA. i. '
to rent, invite
: .man has or we .you to call at
: : enough eYerytWNf. ia,the Iltiat"Liae. i
fs": tomak; e fat for sev a our office and,list your property with -
of:soa') iron for : t
; ; a i&edi&m sizt -' "* '
to.fin _a;:.aaaa:boil:, The PARLOR MARKET us. The same courteous treatment GOOD PRINTINGWe
.. A 86ak r, lime'to -
:;, ic'p: \ rou whiasI' .': ; ft M.Self&CaiPINE that has' ,'(,marked, ,all" of_ our. :business OSTEOPATHY :
I' tip are in better_ position than
-tWo kindred .t: dealings.., ;wiH be aieadedto'yuu.. :. ever/to give you the very best in -
,i 0.r'a.... \.doae- ? _f".:sign,".soto p-. } 'f nmET'. .. f' printing, as we, have a 'large plant DR. J. C LOWELL ..
with all.modern
Ae. iwbaitte. , piat. ,_. '.a htto , '- equipped :machinery Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and ''
.. 'Y I : 1'; 'an : COar tt, Atka and the very latest in type faces. If by appointment f .
,, Pui. expire a t < .i 4' you are now numbered with'our:customers No extra charge for house treatment
ait bei torrid a dojofdi ft ,z .. , ,., 'we,need no introduction; if
iEJ..,....... -to' -make, ?'caw,.. $ '" v -" I iu.'... ......:.... ..... .' yon are not;'then we: would appreciate Telephone connection
; :
'J.;' .... .. ; ,opportunity to prove to you Office eor. Orange and Central Are
H'i< ':, 'j5 '(i',",_ -,' tfcrt .we,; are producers of Quality Y
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.. ; .} : 't. rb : -. .t. .'j: . ,. Shortage of Gasoline Preventedthe
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.t; '- -" < 'i\I<'<" : -; { f' Accomplishment of
: ;: :, < the Northwest flj.:: ; :. -) ,
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: ," ,.i ... ;.;?,,; .. ; ; This'purely Orlando institution takes plea!! in ;
;" ;" ::.: ,>'ff: '",. PRESTIGE, Nome ton, Alaska wooden, Sept.gasoline 22. schooner foe fifteen : :: presenting this excellent proof of the public app of :

< ;!L ';, -'; :' When:a check is, received bearing the .Teddy Bear, which left Nome on a JtI: ". its methods. i j ks

-J ':'" 'name,,;"State:Bank;" it carries with it' 'prestige I hunting, trapping and trading expedition Sele.ber ,$333,36 Z H
i a in 1909, has returned to port { \
: and the recipient knows the maker of .after an eventful voyage in the Arctic : September( 17, 1913 Z36, fi ;
the,cheek has sound banking connections. sea. She skirted the north coast -
of Canada farther eastward than i IB one year $97,20 ; i
-L: ,In offering the services of this bank wet any other ship ever had gone, and
,have the northwest little detail consistent with connive
might accomplished -
,: are placing at disposal: ,banking relations -
!I 3. 'your passage and reached Hudson aim to please and protect our patroand '
4 i" :that must'reflect_ to y.our.advantage, in bay but for a shortage of gasoline.The ; as prescribed by the rules and lawj our t

all your business dealings,-which is prestige., little boat had sailed 1,800 miles LRepeslts: and to demonstrate thru osso-. '
since August 4, unable to use her en-
gine' because there was no gasoline the Federal Reserve System, the advjges, { f
x ': -The' 'State Bank of Orlando aboard. security and strength alone den by -

:: The Teddy Bear with Capt. Joe : Bank." j i

; '- :: Bernard, John Sandstrom and an Es- prove to you that "It is a pleasure irve

; : :' :- kimo crew left Nome well supplied ;I ,
: with for trade the Es "
: .: ,, 'i;; goods among '" a o
: : kimos. In the winter of 1910 Sand 1 1

strom was frozen to death on Barter,
+* ., J island, while he was on his way to
an Eskimo village.
-.-- The Teddy Bear explored Corona Ii i \ .

f been allowed to remain. tion gulf, on whose shores live the I. .

: EMM Scattered- fighting. has taken place blue-eyed Eskimos supposed to be descended ... ... ,' ,. .., '.-, .... '. . "P'. ,..... ',' _.: ,. ,_. .... .. -. ," . ... ..' '.,
at Rabaul,.on Neupommern, an islandin from the Scandinavian settlers : :. ; : ; : ,
in Greenland. Bernard and his !i0 i ;;': "" " '" '
P PAIULAND the Bismarck archipelago.. The { : f- i
\ natives crew lived comfortably on the, wild r: :
: I' ; under German leaders .. ,.. t t rli
proved game of the coast and had an ambi '" :.1,
:LAST< WIRELESS'- very troublesome. but the Australian tion to go to Hudson bay, but after i.-i: : ; ;,,{: ,"1f"ii; :}>'fL; ,:;,,,,,tf'ltc:
"- STATION landing party took to cover cleverlyand making more than half the distance ; : ; ,j
'z : : OF 'GERMANY IN PACIFIC suffered no losses. After this they dared not continue because the

"+ DESTROYED skirmish Rabaul. practically surrendered shore fart $? east was uninhabited
t,1 r and the Teddy Bear was without gas .
Dr. Pockley, a member of the Aus- oline.
:I of Nairu Is- Taken by *
J tralian Red Cross detachment, was Feared Eskimos Who Had Never_ tons, composed of birds, furs, eggs ITALIAN EXTREME SOCIALISTSFOR A1RIAN TORPEDO BOAT SUlI'K1la
x j- Fere8B" Fre* Australia- shot by a German officer after he: Seen a Caucasian implements hammered from float NEUTRALITY
copper -
.. TroiMooomcFightiagofl had removed his coat with the Red In 1911 Captain Bernard met Vilh- in ) Sept 22.The Austrian j 1.
found the river
beds stone
# pots
: t i, r,,>, .... Seae bteacte, Cross band on the sleeve to cover a jalmur Stefansson on Coronation gulf for cooking purposes, and other cu- Rome, Italy, via Paris, Sept. 22.- ton boat No. 27 was sunk in the -
" r" '--'< wounded
it \ "J ,ti-l'l:" ,, ...t .. man. and carried him to Bailey island. Bernard rious things.SERVIANS. The extreme wing of the Socialist ha!) of Pola last Monday. Much I

}.:1'", Leaden, Sept 22.-The destruction j POPE who went farther east than party has passed a resolution setting seer has been maintained regard- "'
PROTESTS DESTRUCTIONOF Stefansson, that 75 cent. of
:t U of .,tae wireless station_on,'the island RHEIMS the Eskimos he met east'of per McKenzie AND MONTENEGRINS forth their opposition to war, urgingthe inge occurrence. It is believed a

of Nauru, the last.remaining;German '..., .... .;..-t"i"W river had never seen a white,manor VICTORS party to combat the manifestations botexplosion caused the vessel to
:stationary wireless apparatus, in the London, Sept; 22. A Rome dispatch a white man's vessel. The natives aimed to drag Italy into the sin The creW' was rescued. The
) Pacific, .ocean, is ,reported in a dispatch London, Sept..22.-In a dispatch present conflict, and urging the neces- I
f. ; to.the':Central News that
lived in most fashion,
: says primitive using the great naval
-c. ,X _to Beater's today from Sydney, Pope Benedict XV. has telegraphed stone,and and cooking from Rome the correspondent of the sity of maintaining neutrality. The woof fortifying
f Ji. New:South ,Wales. ._The:Britis flag to the. German emperor protesting I! utensils.copper weapons Star says Servian and Montenegrinforces resolution reaffirms the principles of std of Pola continues with un-
i. ..:, : x'fliea over the island, though ,the against'the destruction of the cathedral have occupied Samatevo(?) internationalism and expresses admiration ce? activity, especially on the
"Germal1'-governor.. his staff. have of Rheims. Teddy'Bear brought an extra- which was abandoned by the Aus- 'of those who have fought to laiide, where barbed wire entan-
t 'j, ordinary collection, weighing several trians after an overwhelming defeat. make neutrality respected. glats have been placed.
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