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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 24, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00442
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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: .Aflie- ." *--:.Make,. 'J Gains- all .Along !Line. But. ., THOUGH THEY-ADMIT THEY PRESIDENT-WILSON TELLS IOF f SNIPS SUNK IN 20 MINUTES s

ARE
FALLING
BACK IN
t :Suffer Terrible Low COLORADANS THEY ARE ,

!d\ EAST PRUSSIA. NOT BLAMELESS -
N I WHEN
EYfTONWIb BESPEAKEEOF S GERMAN TORPEDO

Believed- That"Geaenl) ',Voa Kink Is Preparing for,a ,Precipitate Germans Driven Out of Russian Federal Trots Will 'Not Be l BOAT SANK THREE BRITISH -

4' Retreat-Alws{Now, Outnumber> German' Forces More Poland-Russians Will Use Withdrawn From the Strike f NEXTHOUSE H U [ CRUISERSEYEMESSltSOFBAniE

.Tte. .,Twe> 0e With More Thaa'a Milieu Men War Prisoners ,on Public Zone Unless Satisfactory

m.. i.tt1e-_: Lfee and Half:Million' More Works Settlement Is Made f
Reserve ORANGE COUNTY REPRESENTATIVE
in
London, Sept. 23.-A Petrograd Washington -
Sept 23.-President HAS MANY
t {; special to Reuter's the Wilson About
says railwaysleading today told J. F. Weiborn, VOTES Seven Hundred of the
' ?Para, Sept: 23! (Special)-GeneraJ_ Von Kluk's harassed to Przemysl are in the handsof president of the Colorado Fuel and PLEDGED Two Thousand Board ill
on
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:' ) .right :was driven'J back..more than ten',miles today, despite the effort the Russians and that the Auatriw Iron company,'that he believed it the II Is Confident of Election to Important Fated Vessels Were
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l ; to hOld'back the are falling back behind the I duty of the ,
allies'. encircling maneuver, which is fast operators in Colorado to .
( ; " '- aceoapfohing Position Rescued
. and
Przemysl forts. Is
' r The dispatch de-I'I accept the basis for
General settlement of the
Joffre's plan of turning the,western
end of
:'", .:the) ;.kvaders'i army' ,back, ,the center.Vsalentghting.continued dares that intercepted reports show strike proposed_ by federal mediatorsand Leading All OtherCandidates -
upon .
1
is
Przemysl not :
: prepared for a siege.In already accepted by the miners. London, Sept. 23.-The.swift and
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all day where'the rival armies were eastern Prussia, according to Mr. Weiborn told the president the sileht destruction yesterday in thee

t',. ";if* contact north: of Nayo,'and the enemy is fighting with undimin- the same dispatch, the Russian troopsare operators objected to several points No man in Orange county has North sea of three big British cruisers
'
,fished.gantry against;the ever present danger of being cut off. falling back in perfect order, taking in the plan. fronds than Hon. A. BJ] Newton, of which

C Also there:Is'a'growing peril.of a stroke from the with them all their stores and It was said the president would not I Winter Park, and it will be gladsome cost $12,000,000, has
rear, which wounded. What they are unable to withdraw the federal from tidings to these friends to know that brought home\ the risks of Etedern
f DOffiQatlepOrts. :. declare. is being : troops the
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directed from Amiens where take they are burning.Will strike zone unless a satisfactory settlement ids election as speaker of the next naval warfare. The unseen enemy

{i :z. the)>French.are"moving.southeast towards Florida
St. Work
house
PrisonersThe
':, Quentin to cut the I was reached. This was not of representatives is crept upon the Aboukir. then the

. .;:railroads ;which are 'part of the line of supply, of the GermThe aDg Russian government has decided 'verified, however, in official quarters. practically assured. Mr. Newton already Hogue and then the Cressy and one

;/;"through.- ,:,Bel I!urn.. to profit by the presence of the The president had expected to receive has a large number of votes after another
y the cruisers
., ; ..: aBfee:gained all along the"line but at'terrible cost enormous number of prisoners to put a committee representing all of absolutely pledged to him, though not keeled over
into execution sever large plans for the coal quite enough to elect and sank. The whole affair was over
,The,German. attempt to pierce operators involved in the but he will receive
;> : : the French front .near RheinAltasbeeh g canal ,construction and other public] strike, but Mr. Welborn said those enough of the noncommittalvote in twenty minutes.

''j: 4.L._', ft_-.:abandoned_..:...* -u. ,. the.. .fighting. here being confined to artillery,, works._ u unable to be present would write. The to insure his election. II Survivors brought to Dutch and
# ""j ju rman lusinade: acting ,as a screen for a general :retreat- The Daily Telegraph's: Petrograd president asked that Mr. Welborn There are three or four other contestants British ports declare there were three

.which if not already begun;is Indicated by reports from the front. correspondent sags: tell the other operators he could not for this important positionwho German submarines in the attacking

,'This. retreat is planned to:cover the avenues of of the "The Novoe Vremya for the first accept a refusal of the plan, and have been making an active campaign forces (some sajpftre), and that the

: -man..... .right.:'aBdth4farmy.of the-crown prince escape Ger time today gives information concern- asked that they reconsider their de ,but it is impossible for themto cruiser Cressy or the Lowestoft accounted -
both of
which
".f the
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are in ing extent of the 'German invasion cision. have as
_:' :great peril many pledged votes as Mr.. for two of them. The admiralty -

, .. 'j of Russian Poland by an- Mr. Welborn presented an alternative Newton, unless all the oppositionvotes however, does not yet con
General '
" .. Von Kiukis'.believed l to be. ,preparing for.a precipitate nouncing that the Germans on September plan for "solution of the trouble, are all pledged to one man, firm the statement that any of the

icet t-.tQnew' line'of'defenses, probably with Valenciennes 17th evacuated the towns of but the president refused to considerit which is extremely unlikely As statedabove German craft were destroyed, and it

:its);base. His strongest position now is the angle of as WIadistawow, Wolkowyszhki, Marl- saying he did not believe a com Mr. Newton has not enough is possible that none was ever seen.

:."4ne'And! Oi e., .the rivers; ampol, Ealwaria and Suwalki. These promise possible. The president declared votes pledged to secure his election, Experts say a submarine might eas-
I i towns, none of which is more than that the but he is os near it that with he ily slip from Emden
, ::\ i'.The,French !lefts on Otheri bank public interests de dropping on the upper
; ,ing1; its line of the Oise !and is swing twenty miles from the frontier, apparently manded the end of the strike. out of one or more of the other mouth of the channel, and attack any-

.::around,!untilthe: center now.rests:on the heights of I define the high water mark Mr. Welborn said after his inter.view' candidates, which will occur very I British ship it happened to meet and

'Lap -At this point the-m 6st Vlolent"0fl'ens1ve'movement'has I of the .invasion." I' that the question was still probably before the caucus is held return home. .
,. befidfetteW.-wiiifc: ',+fc11.wfwucs* __ ..., -- open. next ,
_... '"- 1. -' - - April the few votes will.. Neither the
? uu mmo navy nor the nation.as .
( me icii, Dank of the --- ----
:'north d', (-.the_. ''.Afeae. 'are content_ to hold.their Oise and[ to him necessary to give him a ma their feeling is voiced in the news-
entrenched positions Treasury Department Will I
. ';Heavy: withdrawals, of, troops have been ., IssueDaily I jority'of all the members of the house papers, is dismayed, and the call on
made by the ,Kaiser of representatives. the
I admiralty is for
' from more aggressive
Lorraine -
to strengthen:the lines of.Generals ; List Banks Mr. Newton is action. '
: Von Kluk and Hoarding Cash unusually well fit .
VonlBoelowJbut(, (is not)!e i V d.tliiswilJlllake any material- ted for the speakership, being an ex The public, however, finds some

t change':tie situation, because of the fact that cellent parliamentarian, broad-minded compensation in the statement of the
outnumber }e allies practically Washington, Sept 23.-(S ecial./ deposit the second installment of and fair in all his
dealings and
. 'the: Germans. two to crop hav admiralty last night, that the com
1IIt 7 but '.* V; r 4 '. one on the west center -A remarkable statement was issued moving funds with their banks at this ing had considerable legislative exile mand of the sea had resulted in the

y':More" 1 than'a Hiillion' r by Secretary of the Treasury Mc- time, but he advised them that they rience. He has a heart of pure gold : maintenance of ocean traffic by 4,000

'along the whole ,;French :andBritis troops are engaged Adoo today. He threatens severe discipline -, could withdraw, if they desired, one- and is one of the most likeable men merchantmen with the loss of only
battle.;front and half half of the securities in the state. His friends
a twelve
held: 'in : million more are being for national banks which may deposited by are legion by capture since the beginningof
_reserve.01: them and use them as security forthe and they are enthusiastically but the war.
. . hoard money, refuse reasonable accommodations -
'i" issue of additional. currency if quietly working in his behalf, andthis The total number of German vessels
GERMANS"ADMIT. LOSSES AGGRfiGATXNG -. SERVIANS or charge excessive they made application therefor. support from many sources is i which, according to latest reports -
. HAVE rates of interest. He declares
\li\ 63,060 AUSTRIANS ON thereis Secretary McAdoo said he had been what___ __has .assured. .his election as have been cantured... bvvessels r1H_!:}_,
$ THE RUN no necessity for.hoarding. A daily 1. A -- -----
"* .1 L V--* ., informed that many banks in the DptaACI oi LUG next UVLLJC. at sea or by British port au-
list of, banks
BerlinGrms ----- maintaining excessive
; : y' via''LonaOn;'Sept, Southern States were refusing to thorities is ninety-two. Ninety-five
Nish
'
2&Tbe, list Servia, Sept 23.: The follow: reserves will be published by the make ITALIAN
,
' cawalty published today ing official' any loans for crop moving pur- STATESMAN SUICIDES German vessels were detained in"
dawsthedestb statement has been treasury department order that the
: .OftwoGerman given poses, and in British at the
gen out': many cases good loans ports outbreak of the
eralsm)' the,western campaign,::Gen '"After public may know the banks which are 'were rejected or unreasonable rates I Venice, Italy Sept. 23.-Guido Fu- war. ,

'erak :yon:Wreohem. \ ':and'v n'Arbou. Austrians a nine days struggle the keeping money out of circulation. of interest asked. He declared he I sinato a member of the chamber of Seventy British vessels were held
. Major'Ge j whose wings both have Secretary McAdoo in a telegramsent would deputies and
er 1'VOJTr&this':also been beaten : withdraw all government deposits formerly under secre- in German ports at the commence-
.(giveafas::: killed his;-death having'oc retreat :completely, are in full to day to ten national banks in from banks charging excessive ,tary for foreign affairs, committed ment of hostilities, but only twelve

"e curred!'on! August.:90."- .'Among 'the Uubovia along. the whole. front from l I four reserve cities of the South notified rates of interest or which refuse reasonable -I suicide today by shooting himself. British seagoing vessels out of the

' 'abibt1ywondAaretwo; lieutenant are::' to, Losnitza.: The.Servians f them that he had decided not to accommodations. The act is ascribed to illness. Sig- I upwards of four thousand carryingon

feBe&bt: von Willisen asd.,'von Kuebe. vian pursuing them vigorously.' Ser i nor Fusinato represented Italy at the oversea trade have been tantnr. .,.
Tht!-;total.looses. . 'so' ',far. 'published. I Baina courimstro 'Vishgrad and last Hague peace conference. and sunk at sea. -- -----
:'J ; Bashta GIANT FLAGLER 1 I
tgreVate10,08 continue fERRY 150JDJ RUSSIANS
their KlllE I
: $,dead,.39,760:wound- into the interior progress Eye Witness Tells of Battle
of "
ed, ; : Bosnia.
BASEBALL
aril,13,621.. Busing. RESULTS I
The

. ", '! .t M II: n .. ". _''. ,T"VlteiNIA'S WEST HEADS'NATIONAL BOAT LAUNCHED AND 92,000CAPTURED( Telegraph correspondent at Rotterdam of sends the Daily this

DIY, DRUG National League
<'. !; .'. .. MAJORITY MAY GISTS description of the sinking of three
:, I't{ :i REACH'36,060RkV ; New York 1-0, St. Louis 29. cruisers as given him by Captain
Boston
YESTERDAY 3-0, Cincinnati
FROM CRAMP 23.
< IS GERMAN Berkout of the
--- Indianapolis REPORT OF THE steamer Titan, who
f Ind, Sept 23.
-Chas. SHIPYARDS IN PHILADELPHIA Brooklyn 5-5, Pittsburg 12.
i' ond,:Ya*; Sept '23,- Returns_ A. West, of Boston elected 9
:from t |reaH>.te. precincts' coming in president of the National CZARS; FORCES Chicago 4. "The fight, took place about 7
Wholesale
.slowly:ere increasing' in
A.;'.M r tot: majority for state wide here Among the convention Boat Will Carry Train of Thirty All This Loss Inflicted, Says Baltimore 4, Chicago 1. time I saw'a German*submarine tear-

.pro i tHo;> eontede4 last nigh,bt. e I elected is=John ,Phinizy: vice-presidents, of Cars From Key West to Berlin Report, in Rattles'in I Pittsburg 9, St. Louis 3. ing away at great speed.
loeal'sf' Augusta, Havana-Property East Brooklyn 8, Kansas 9. "Far
City
: government. a'gue. The Georgia. the Vicinity of away on the horizon I saw
"dry"iiajorky Coast Railway Buffalo-Indianapolis; rain. three cruisers, the Aboukir
anti ealoori Tannenburg Cressy
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_:..ttfc.. ..-. "r league -
wurMl1 wnt; may go;to 3oWU., TELLS OF 'JAROSLAITS American League and Hogue, and after a while I no-

,-, ."wet flYiiilBk,,newspapers,. after: FALL Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 23.A big Berlin, Germany, by Wireless via St. Louis 2, New York 9. ticed that one of them had gone. I ,

!*-*.'>*,utefikhiaent at the. "dry" Petrograd, ,Sept. 23.An ocean ferryboat, to be used by the Sayville, L. I., Sept. 23.-It is officially No other games scheduled. did not pay'particular attention at

.laadali;j are', aUiDtvp. n-aH citizens communication from official Florida. East Coast railway to trans- stated that the 'Russians lost the time, but when I turned to look
: it Grand Duke Jfer cars between Key West, Fla., and !in the French Provoked for them I
battles
aoyaUTi-a accept.the deceasitand are. Nicholas, ,commander in chief of the 'Cuba launched near Tannenberg 92,000men Cathedral Outrage noticed another had dis _
_Btthe legislative.tax_commission' Russian forces in. the field was today at the captured and 150,000 men..kilIed.The No news concerning the fighting in appeared. There was some smoke

''*;'p-1a' promptly:for :the, the capture of the fortified, after, reciting Cramp shipyards. The vessel was official report of the Germanart France, was given out today except : and I heard a slight explosion.
pros-
,-;pecuve' IMS 1 of. rev l ine., sition at Jaroslau po cljristened the Henry M. Flagler by commission for Belgium states the statement issued by the German Commander in Water Three Hours

;. t; < : : change in the ;. says there"is no Miss Florence Marie Beckwith, of St that all the works and monumental headquarters staff, which said that II' "At once I dashed in their direction
.
.. situation
> J. on the northwestern Augustine, Fla. daughter of the
vice-
;1'ATBI.WAYS. )KE., CONYEN frontier. buildings in Louvain and in Lie the cathedral of Rheims was'respect and on arriving in the vicinity
.:. -r': :"ION"Ne -, t i I president of the railway company. were saved. geed until the ..French established an I lowered away two boats to rescue

t J BANKERS.CONSIDER | The boat is large enough to carry A hostile aeroplane dropped two observation party on the spire to direct i a large number of men whom I saw

.', },''York, SL : RESERVE: ,thirty t cars and is so constructed that bombs near the Dusseldorf airship the French artillery fire. swimming about in the water. Alto-
: SYSTEM
:23.-Beginntng.' it be
eiaa ;"of I can easily converted into a gunboat hall yesterday. The explosion of the The Germans used shrapnel insteadof gether I picked up 111 men and three
today'r''the '- . the. Atlantie or transport, in case of war., missiles I shells to drive the officers. One
caused of
observers the
: .Dallas I no..damage. from officers was
t m otion_ ,eon .Texas, Sept 23.-Bankers )
,.Chit; .... ... . attending the second the spire and the fire was stopped'immediately Commander W S. Sells of Ports i
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'+ day's session of
,
wi!,,.be""":,"heW .ab"Ird;''the:'8teamehiTo4Qs p', the convention of the American Insti War Measures Will Be ForcedThrough 'after this was accom mouth. His wristwatch had stopped i
P
pushed at five
: I minutes
i triji inCiuded trite t of Banking ,here past seven and it was
today considered
,paean. :4afNew'Ynrk:, : a 'the'federal Special dispatches from the eastern ten when I picked him up. All were
.h
.. .,and reserve system 'and the
O't. a '
House Under fighting exhausted.
t' .'uiae: IPrth .' ;' .
re owner
:'deIt' teS.'we> )o"ladd "ssed ship of.telephone) and. telegraph lines. I Hmdenburg pursued the Russians "While I was'on my way the remaining ' -
'
te'thiqi9tfteraoon byGov ibyer dl I Washington, Sept 23.-:((Special) vessels, limrtiag debate otl&e" *tiI reached.the shelter of the cruiser rolled over and sank. '
at et Korno I
(Jersey:, THE WEATHER' ;The houserules roads was pleased to find
.' i f . t ,. committee ,today :hoars._ The. first i.l''WUs'.: !I. are reported 'to i''be quagmires. Cor- that two Lowestoft cutters
> ::? :i )Florida: ,Showers' decided to t report a':rule for, the wffl:cme up.tomorrow ad will Nb. had
: ,
:Thursday war ) respondents
:: idr,;e. J U1 '. wool ; cooler_ :assert they} personally reached the spot before me and
: !' :beeka and i in northwest portiOn, tax bill, limiting seveDthours aWf- ed lriIar. It it were
debate to tiedpr
cool sk phee this. weros4. e- '. .". I Friday; showers ; : saw at:WirbeUen Russian train of pulling men out of the water. They .
tJMt't WI ,..,
'-- awld .cooler in r for _
; northeast
Ceaiie.tOCutlie'A { and, < Another;rule bill is that pro- & t- forty or 1ftJ.'bearing: :Red Cross were nearly exhausted and almost
entrali
'." e: J portions.* ". .. ,, jviding' for' government. owaarahip of erraet at yS II,.. iiM eesaa ail inpgaia hot :loaded. ,with: ,rifles and numb from the cold. Many were:
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1:1: . '.wnrrtIt P IIC: returned hone earlier than expected : UNDER
j'lf ." "' ,' .- ARREST KILLS U you want your bicycle fixed in: KEEP AHEAD
:; ;1 t_t 'E &YFLwws ',-.- : : '.W> because,.. .,of,. ,;the-heavywind t . storms' andhighwter. --. ', ,OFFICER GKOD r a hurry take, it JO'W arman' Repair Of your neighbor by reading the

f., tl ':Ps ,:9L .2m1ep01.4.ltvea :. ..e ,. 6, ' I Shop 12-5-tf. I Sentinel every morning and getting
;, iW t =.,hj the 4dDi. C. E.' Coffin. motored.... over toGsinesvine Doylestown Pa., Sept. 22.Henry ; ail the news am.Don't .
Monday Ito.... .attend the A. Kolbe, constable I
t.% : '. Bile one of"r;Cosgregatio&al -- of Doylestown, Insect Miller Will overlok the want ads.
,w "
: l't"vwag-. ' ',,,.." 't' ."," -'I. citrus see ii mar.; {was shot through the heart: today by Get ,news in the Stlne11irst.
:it. '..chardi-. .. ....,_vtd-.,to'?be. a Mrs. Betts ,and 'her mother- Mrs. William, Miller,"an eighteen year old RM,
:}ijost deHghtfai: occasion.. :Although Merrill; retained'front..their:visit to t youth he was taking to jail on a .
'.t11e'". ,,night. .r ':was every..rainy 0 'over: fifty Sioux 'City; Iowa, last week, having charge of forgery. The prisoner's Your house of all insects. &
ieople''were present'and'the :universal spent Ya, large part"'of the summer attempt to escape was unsuccessful jWr.J71l.
testimony'.was that each one,'had&fdelightful visiting,relatives 'and friends Harts 35c. Galled $1."
.evening., ;'Misa':FlorencejAjeecel ." The'new'meatmarket'is now finished The
:
z Curry.cigar factory that is be-
-'soloi"Roses:; 'and::; Hiss for the For sale by GIVE THE CHILDREN
Bang a ? and will open patronage t ling built in Orlando has reached the
> '7 t.Iaud. tljnlow.' >recited. .,,'by," "special. re-0 of.,the,public next Saturday. Mr.Daetwfler .'' third floor, and the work is rapidly Carruthers
:'C;.'!\cueet, Pro.Patria," responding'to'an" 'will have charge of the "going forward. The contractor ,announces & Gore CORRECT STATIONERY
.f l hcoreand. : :thtonghoct'the.: evening meat-market and Mrs. Daetwiler'will that he will have the build- '
.
:',cb" orchestra.:rendered, selections;to have charge of the bakery; Only ing ready for occupancy by the 'latter ,
.; });*:ehjeymeaijof alLII Punch,:'tinensple home ""biking:will be ''done for the '.part of October. The building ;,

::: shierbet and wafers> were' served present, ,but* ) iS.. Daetwiler ,expects will have four stories including the And they will take pride in
;!<< ,"aad 'an :eothia lie vole t of.thanks to have.confectionery, ice cream'and basement. It will be provided with For ,
letters.
ias: :given;:Mr.;Percy Dale,..cbairman .other:refreshments.. allot the most approved facilities for Sale.M writing their

:of'the. _soaal:coBaaittel>of. the. class, :President. : Blackman received amessage the business, such as a cold storageroom I Correct letter writing is bothan
$ir the good.tiffle. and;:despecially:for telling of the'death of Mr.. I for keeping the tobacco at an i j I I
l t je/mogt';:beautiful 'decorations,*and Albert> J.'White/'onevof the best students j even .temperature so as to have it always I have a carload of Jersey Milk 'art and an accomplishment.

: everybody' knows, that: Percy is an in Rollins. college, at,his home i workable, ,a .drying room, and .
'a'ttist f 'at decorating 1" in pyster 2 A ,Bay;';0'N. y., His' death" ;wiljbejkeenly .I other things found, only in, the most Cows for sale;and people of the sur- t_ - Crane's Linen Lawn repre-

p OurEdchael.opupfor4the ,newyear's felt by,his former schoolmates i r modern factories' The proprietor ,is rounding country are invited to in- sents the highest art in manufacture

work Monday ,morning. with- planning for a much enlarged pect the stock.Reasonable .
output
the following corps of,teachers:' .Mrs. Next'Tuesday, the 29th, will be a I.!when he gets into his new building prices. Call on or address of writing paper.
On Layton, principal; and :Miss Nanif -: great day in'Winter.ark. The coun I t Tampa'Times.I JAMES N. rane o .
-. SEWELL, We are showing correct sizes
;brie i in the,,high-school :Missland '
; have asked that give
Enlowtkeeeventh: and eighth:.[1cil the'',day ''to a ,general everybody cleaning' and I! The showing made by the People's j jbank' i r 8-22-D & W Winter Garden Fla. inen 2ZO7Z and shapes for Children, Misses
.gfttdes; :Miss Mary 'Oliver, the fifth I straightening as was. done last rI
up of Orlando, which is published! THE and Adults.
'. I 1 I CORRECT WRITING PAPER
ltd: sixth, Mies the '
: gradee; ; Taylor, year, and if we may judge by the in the I Orlando Sentinel, exhibits a
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i and fourth*grades,,. and. Miss I past the-day will see our streets and f magnificent increase in amount of de-1! W. S. BRANCH
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'trier;:the first and second.grades parks beautified and .everything.looking -"I posits and is convincing evidence of ; PRINTING G MAHmAlFOR ,
Same new faces were seen among the fine.. Let everybody be, on hand
the growing prosperity of that city
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s7 papils: and som'e'faces missed JI The Arcade Book and Music Store
'were ,
: I with team, shovel, hoe, saw, axe, or and of Orange county. On September -
,t t the.outlook is for the best SALE
year's whatever'you can use ,to best advantage -i i 12, 1913, this institution had de-
w>rk ,the'"schools have ever known.
and the=ladies will reward you .posits amounting to $236,142.76,while
i L (Mwsrs Jtl :Harrison:. Betts and Taylor. with ,a fine dinner and everybody will on the same date of the present year Consisting of

.spoke forthelocal"board'and' .words be grateful. the deposits footed up $333,348.06,an Job Press, 14x22 with fountain.
''- '( ..greeting+from. . '-others. started. the Thursday of this week is probablythe increase of $97,205.30. This reportwas Imposing Stone, 26x44 in frame. THE OLD RELIABLE
'- w, >rk with a definite outline and
purse last half for' stores,
holiday
our
0 made' in obedience to a call of Perfection A Wire Stitc er.
p and we hope_for the entire memb and a big barbecue, fish fry and general the comptroller of the currency. The One-half Case Wood Furniture, I DANN'S TRANSFERDr.
< rship a'mo nearly and enthusiasti
good time and feasting will be success of this institution is decidedly 230 pieces.
>-,response.IjOur held at Lake' Howell all day' Thurs creditable to the management and is 12 Galleys, brass lined, 6%x23%.
J .former .A. C. L. B. D. WIENANGA, Prop.
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Mr.Sjgler
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agent day* Every one is cordially invitedto evidence of the ability and integrityof 1 Galley, brass lined, 12x18.
I..1 left"for his new, field, last come and have :a good time. those in charge of its operations. Horton Mailer:
. iwith the Southern railroad. Livery Draying HaulingWE
year of study next Wednesday 30.inch Jewel Paper Cutter. ,
":Prof. Powers_ and.:family, returnedk morning at 8:45, with promises of the done in all its branch 1 Challenge Proof Press, 9x27 with
fjfcm; their outing' last.week; having best year in her entire history. Mr.' es. Clearing land is our specialty.Let iron frame.'
-t fen.a'eruise: to.Lake:George.ftHon Greene reports a large number of us do your work. Estimates 1 horsepower Motor. GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
'Wt:c'Temple"has purchased students who are looking to Rollinsas cheerfully given. L N. Lewis, 406S. 2 Counter Shafts with pulley and

the.. .hose r of':.Miss. Nannie'V. 'Hayes, the college of their. choice, and East street 714lmoFor hangers complete.Ink I
'4-.New: England avenue;:and expects about thirty expect to come for this Slab, 12x18.
.; 'teaove( his.famfIto"the.new home year/i work. There will be some sale.-A .well bred driving About 1,000 lbs. 10 pt. body type. I AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK

,.. "iii" .s ,first:of November. ,; h changes in the faculty in the preparatory mare-sound: and gentle, in her Several job fonts, racks and cases, I
"|Mex's r,ana.Mrs., Cushman and daugh- and music departments, but the prime. Any 'lady can drive; cityi quoins and other material *. Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
tfy.Dorris! ;!.are back:from, the:,sum. main teaching force will continue as broke. There can be nothing betterin This material is all in first-class
outing at" their;',,former' homed :they were last year. the horse,line for'ladies and chil- condition and will be sold for the HORSES FOR SALE
4 are now settled in their new bun- dren. No dealers or liverymen need best offer to close an estate.
; and loan apply, she must have a good home.
low, adjoining Rollins.college camp We insure your lire you
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', ; money on real estate at 6 per cent. Price, $150. Also buggy and hare APPLY P. O. BOX 35 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
; interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,
; .,s.Most' of, the.folks'who" have been Curry Building, Tampa, Fla. ness cheap. I ORLANDO. FLA.
E "kkb* Mr'otttmg'over'at the Beach 3-25-d&wtf. H. C. McDANIEL. I .
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,; w_.. Purchasers ,can buy through their own Broker, and all Real Estate men can sell them and arrange

, -I with regarding Prices and Terms. All large propositions will be also placed with our Northern Agents.

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4 ,' ORANGE. GROVE FOR SALE ATTENTION

# One of the best building lots, within a stone's throw s

of the Court House, is in the market at one-third less

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than surrounding lots are selling for. If not sold by
Situated four miles from a progressive town, with'f '
very overlooking two lakes; 10 acres cleared ready lA'
October 10th, the price will be raised to correspond with
; one mile: ke front, mostly high ground, connected with stable
Citrus Fruit fair house
plant ; a dwelling good other lots. Only cash buyers are invited, as the money
:a system_ pf.1akes and rivers up to Jacksonville and within '
machine of mules and all necessary
spraying a pair is needed.
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,one;mile>"of railroad station on clay lOa d.
farming implements, an eighty barrel steel tank on steel
; of, deep rich hammock and, univers-

190ally 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 in desirablelocation
:55" .acres of.bearing Orange, Grove. of soft water. Have successfully raised Irish and sweet '
near lake. An extra good opportunity, high

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

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

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

ing,sites'for winter'homes' and a.most ideal place for a preciated. Liberal terms will be given. suit the purchaser. Get in touch with us quickly before

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: ,1 .( J South,Africa said. .: ,. COVERED FROM SEA
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( .Heritrt T. ..i.i".iIIiJ I B. glee Jo thia. ..They, came at us.D. Portland, Ore., Sept..22.-No additional .

k "#ager_ of, :tie.:,InUrnBtioanl-' Jews great"masses., > 'It was like shooting information was received here GRAND
: *#***< ->-9, rabbits;only'as fast as shot one indicate number
you today to the
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: "" down You who
: lost
their
London, Sept 2fc-CmiU: :"all; /,theabating up. lives when the steam
couldn't help hitting theme schooner Francis H. *. 9 .
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/grafUc aad: tariffing: :warrieriesfbej40mjbd I 1aji Leggett went'
and 'published, I '"We; had'plenty" of: time to take down in a gale off the Oregon coast
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tfcey wouflJlGniigMy'isterestiag aim,' :indU we uw reaching Sis- Friday. Although the ship's list left TODAYi

of toy standard the time,' we nmst on shore shows that the passengersand
rcdm huadreds
l g., .Every; day;5
have:done a""mighty lot of execution.
the: injured are' invalided, 1 home and crew numbered sixty-one it is

the?.all have take to teH., ,- As ,for!,their, rifle_fire they couldn't known there were additional passen-:

Bali the wooded:wWJera:who hare hit a. haystack. Some:of them fired gers on board, making the total sev- I Mary" Pickford

arrived- "f" atlAHenfeet, \, <.,have" ,stories' of. from,aot.of their hips ammunition., and must" have wasted enty or more, of whom only two were ,

> ,the remarkable',artilkry prw. ce, 'bYthe German I rescued. in another of those clever re-issues. They bringing
'which' "" ascribe" 'The : generals don't seem Nine bodies were recovered today.Of are

'tA-tlie-fdoel Cergons co-operation, they between, .;the to.mind what price their men have,to ll these two were wome>!. the people so they must be good. Join the crowd.
- so long they can'break
and! pay as through
guns aeroplanes.f : '
Again.and again, ,".aaM a sergeant our:lines,"- said a young lancer who 1,300 ITALIAN RESERVISTS

of the'NorttaBptens, the aeroplanes received. r...... a -sword cut ift'the'neck' last LEAVE NEW YORK "Eva the Cigarette Girl/'

.' earn: drcBag :roead.over.our''posid we dD id.y;; "They were cut down
? like riPe' corn in harvest time, but New York
let,.bat.at, too. greetp,height, for, our' Sept. 22.-The steamer A Biograph Burlesque Comedy. The"Critic" states
.L We''watched ,they didn't seem to mind it at all It Ancona of the Italian Line left New
goaa to reach. .then., that this is a real one.
'them,'and' '' whenever. Futter of--,while- was always on, and 'on'again, until York today for Genoa carrying 1,800 {

other, .t '.down they could stand, it no longer, and Italian reservists, the first consider-
material
came '
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paper,,or. ,
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then others took their'places.. able body of this country's reserve
followed
.from taem, a ahower of shrapnel
,ioae&teiy,- 'so:well, aimed i << I "They attached.a.lot of importanceto force to leave this port. "The False and the True "

tJ.At' we' iawkbly :had to move ,'tosave" massed'rtillery fire, and for hours Among the passengers was Frank ,
j annihi"ktfor'tM"guns' all their guns seem to, play on one filler, an Englishman, who recentlyhas
: ourselves, from .being A Vitagraph Drama in one reel, featuring JAMES
x little of line until the din
spot our been in Quebec. Forty thousand
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,.... MORRISON, DOROTHY KELLY and. GEO. COOPER.
: :! we', could have and the noise .and the screeching ofthe Canadian soldiers and several thou- You know what to expect. .

: ;held our;petitions against:twice'the shells'overhead becomes so ,terrible sand Indian and ,Australian troopswere

't "nuaber;of'German ,fnfa 17. ,Their that you feel as if it'would,be'a Uneeda encamped there, he said, waitingto

'rifle practice.was' -Worse'than. that.. o'|. relief. to cry out be transported to Europe.The "
' l "Molly the Drummer
"The effect on the nerves 1 is terrible Biscuit! Boy
oiut&idt'"r'ckss,BBCK& .... ,
,A:private of the,'Loyal'North Lancaahjre and ,I suppose it is intended to. I trial of Hough, accused of
regmt i who- had,a.piece of shatter the nerves of our men. Only Tempt the appetite, murdering his wife in Lake county An adaption from the Novel written by Harriet T.
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the ,:stand it for please the taste and Comstock. Produced by Edison.
'strongest long,
,shrapnel.hhi :knee,:pvia': 'graphicdiacr1oip : can three years ago, will begin next Mon
dawn.wWhaif .' and most of us found it'best to stuff nourish the body. day. Mr. R. H. Buford, of a West
of a surprise.at. .
Crisp clean and fresh
\ !'a: platoon .hev had ,been our,ears with cotton wool or tear up Florida circuit, and Mr. E. W: Davis 3

,4. tcnt.D'_ ,outpost>> duty,,'somewhere: our handkerchiefs for the same pur 5 cents. former state attorney for this circuit, "Broncho Billy and the Sheriff "

*in_ Belgium" He had no notion of pose.' will prosecute, Mr. Scofield being diS- ,
"Noise',seems. to count for a lot IL.B. Bullock will lead An Edison
,the locality,:and had. Been no large Barolet"Round. qualified. Mr. featuring Mr. G. M. Anderson.
his WlylacKm with the Germans, for their cavalry the defense.-Ocala Star.
:towns:Jill he,was on.

the.., ;:affibulaace, ,, *; have a'trick,of .,thundering: along in thin, tender- FIVE BIG RELS. A SPLENDID SHOW.
out atM ;under a way that the horses' hoofs make UNCLAIMED LETTERSList
; "Wet.wtBt: an with a delightful flavor
'offktr/1; he said, "and,arrived;in the the, most awful din you ever heard, --appropriate for lunch
of letters remaining uncalledfor
?dark: at ,the poaion.'we had 'to takeup.Sentaiee'eierepoated riving the impression that the whole eon, tea and dinner. in the postoffice at Orlando, Flan

; and,nothing earth is shaking beneath their tread. 10 cents. for the week ending September 19th, ORCHESTRA5c

.' happened,daring.the night' 'to.indieste Added to that there are the wild;uncanny 1914. When calling for same please
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: shouts which they indulge in. ,say "advertised.
that the,enemy ,were;within, W. R. O'NEAL, P. M. i
: *" "They are finding that it takes a QRAHAMCRACKERS
huiidrei raSes. At dawn we were Men's List-Brewington, H.; Car-
;just(boiling'.water over' a camp fire lot of shouting to shift the' British roll, R. T.; Carr, Henry; Colley, A.

.- 'to,xaaie tea, when,-,:from ,a position troops,'and I expect they will change W.; Cone,J. L.; Dence, Clifford; Dick-
; their tactics soon." son, B. & Son; Frank W. T.; Fields, lOc
'809:yards away,t. hot. rifle.fire was Made' of the finest George; Gorsline W. G.; Hicks, W..
of the Cheshires shot in both
opened on'vc.We ... ." One ingredients. Bakedto Z.; Hooker, Olin; Hooper, J. H. ((2)); 1 ,
,".. '''did not. ;wait. :for our" tea to legs, scoffed at the idea of our men perfection. The Haywood, H. H.; Hill, D. H.; Jones, x
draw- ;hut' -,-bolted" JCr.' the' nearestcover being downcast by their task. J. H.; Lace, Albert; Miller, Pete; Mc-
: ,,; national
: "You should.have seen the mob of strength Far son, Lewis; Mathews, J. M.; Mar-
-the' hedges ;and :ditches.of, aroadway. food zo cents bly, Amos; Reeves, R. L; Hobinson,, Tomorrow"Little Mary" Pickford in
; .. ,-It,was'-.the; first,time ,any laughing' cheering comrades that saw H. P.; Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Bert; .. .. il r
';of.our chaps had been under fire, and us' off from"camp on Thursday," he Thomas, M. R. L; Tremain Chas.;;

,we'were"all'a'bit scared, out the officer said. "They wern't downhearted by Buy biscuit Baked by Wiggins, 'Harry. Mrs., J. M. "A Good Little Devil "
chalks Women's List-Adams, ].;
and if the Germans think
'.soon got a grip onus, and we repKed long NATIONAL BISCUITCOMPANY Bacon, Miss Katie; Barber, Mrs. ,
::with. well aimed fire,. the-feeling, all the fight has been knocked out of Rachel; Barber, Mrs. Mary; Bryant,
'ell "tit,quickly passing' away. ,, them they are making a big mistake: Mrs. Mary (2); Brown, Mrs. Luceal;; -
Caldwell Miss Lettie Dannel, Mis;!
There's'plenty of in lads yet" ;
t "German. rotten go our ss
The : shootiag w ,
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t Always look for that Name. Ranie; Gaynell, Miss; Harrell, Mis;:
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'fad' va.;weiejn. :' "no great, 4.danger. still "England has ,eVery reason to be May Hancock, Mrs. Eliza; Higgins
:a shall pumped t :down'close to.:us i and proud of'er 'infantry," declared an Miss Adelaide; Harris, Mrs. Addi
.Mother:quickly follo>ived. The'officer artilleryman. "They fought like men Mae; Ketton, Miss Carry; Livingston r
from 'firsfto.st, and whoever A pigskin filled with air and rub: Mrs. Edna; Martin, Mrs. W. R.i
saysa
,it time to and
,theasaw :Was go, gave Mathes, Mrs. Julia; Marton, Mrs
'the'order to retire.. It,was,while re word against them lies. If you bertwenty-two men of bone and blubber Elizabeth; Rivers, Mrs. Lue; Rich Hammond&GoreFPMERAL

tiring;.that;:IlOttIaewouH. ;: 'in, ',my, want a''tetimonial for .our Tommiesask a kick and a punt-a tackle an d ardson, Mrs. Jessie; Thomas Mis: .
' shin swell and d Wise Miss Lula Walker, Mrs..
knee." the German prisoners. a grunt a to crow Lucy; ;

Private ,P. !McGtede .:writes from "Our men fought their corner and to 'yen, a noise to bleed and a ,coac!h Marthy; Watts, Mrs. Mandy. DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

,"Sonewberei' 'Franee". to'Jijs') noti" faced the hardships of,active service I to heed-that's football, says the To- Read the advertisements daily. .
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or+!(helm.: '' .. without.a murmur, and if they'were' peka,State Journal Kit REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

:"'We1-w re :all beat up' after/four forced back by fearful odds you can :
take it from. that the Germans MIHItlMtlMlliHIHIIMHIilllllllMHIIMMIlimICONWAY '
me COMPARE
days fr! the .hardestf_ aoldiering yon .
'-eve :,dreuBt:ef,', :I'am glad.. to"sayWeaicontedf vrern't in any 'fit stat eto'boast after'

::eo. isbere': of,the Ger-- the fighting was finished." , NURSERIES i, OUR FURNITUREWe

iron trash,:'who ire:a poor lot when it 1 never, had time to think". exclaimed -

eons to a good square faction in'the a Lancashire Fusilier. "The GROWERS ,AND DEALERS IN '
: i Germans 'didn't give us much time provide the quality furniture that has long
ofem.jC; 'i: : been accepted by knowing furniture buyers the
"We. ?tried'lard to .get; at them for that, ,and'we' didn't want time, All Leading Varieties of Citrus Fruits standard of merit. If an article is here it is as good. .

f"many F X,tier,,'bet"they ',would':"never either,' we were _so busy. picking- off : It wouldn't here were it otherwise. We can't make

:wait for,us when they law the bright ,the enemy' R. T. PEELs, Proprietor. this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones ;

bits i of,steed if&e business end of "The last' sight I''' caught of the Local Salesman of this business, and that means much to any buyer.

our:rift ea.'. ;:,Some .of,them squeal like Germans there was a squadron of
REAL ESTATE :
Glen St.
Mary Nurseries
the # 'on killing day when they;seethe lancers that, had been caught in the
pigs. Box 11 R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando Florida.924tf .
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steel,ready.HSotf4'of .: open and had *every one of their' &: McNEDi & DAVIS BLOCK, }
horses shot down. there behind 1filiitiiMIIIMOt :
:our finest lads'are snow They lay -
their.last; deep.'in 'Belgium, a rampart of dead men and or. Oralge Ave. and lurch St., Orlando, Fa.!
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dear J horses, ,doing as much damage as :
but,:,mother ,:;you..can take,your ---- -- r
,son's'yord.for.it that for:every Ion they could with. their ,carbines, while 1 I
WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL?
of,Ireland. ,who'jill never come back, our artillery and infantry'kept pour
there ale at'bast three'Germans who lug lead into them as fast as they ---
Before I hadn't much FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE I IJWWSBSS& f UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA .
could. they
'willW er:be heard of;again. : guess J
crr h&.." J'fUl .
., < 4c .rst> *
f0,_tare 8&aee said for :the "'l ute mistake the Qetraaas: 'make? a.$a. I& 1I

souls*.our,dead c and:we scraped together said a Scots Grey, "is in assumingthat College of Arts and Sciences;Normal School; -
School of Music; School of Expression; 1j
.4what:odd'>money,,we,had,;but you can"go on,forever taking no School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts:
hisrevtenceewcnlda't: hear of it,'tak- notice of your butcher's bill. Meiiare School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming I Law; Engineering Agriculture: Teachers i'j"
pool; basket ball and tennis courts;new and College; Experiment Station; Extension Ij.I .
'Jbg'our,money,for prayers for the're- 'not built that way and some of modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormi- I vision; Graduate School Ten new brick bandI "
these days the 'German machine will tories have all modern conveniences; ne t I lags, besides gymnasium swimming pool and J
died ,
who had.
'ofthe''brave lads
:pose' ', dining room and kitchen most hygienic In many subsidiary buildings d officers in. t
tso farfrom-the> h Old Lindto, rid.Bel- break down because the men who Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 counties stmcton and assistants. 854 young men 1 :
and 12 states last session t Florida countioi and 24 States and ->
g ileeil.af: 'the unmannerly German work it make no allowance for the TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last session. i
'.serobfu;*. limitations;of flesh and blood." School Borrd and entrance fees for the I TUITION FREE Board and_ Entrance Fees BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS :
fear, $124.00. For catalogue write $132.50, per year. Write today for catalogue
--"When we got:here we sang Tad- Another man.' stated, "One of ournien EDWARD CONRADL President A. A. MURPHREE Presidents LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS

dies "tyenB&ie'. , till.,we 'were'hoarse, , who was holding his water bottle I
and ;then" -,we' ,were off to chapel to to a wounded German was shot 1..eal'IIIIIIIIIIII'II" I'II'I'I'III'IIIIIII'II'III'lU Effective from August 1, 1914 to August. I:
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;pray:for;the seals :ofthe,,lads that dead dose to Mons on Sunday. An- ; 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc

:are'goh'ary other;'stopped under, fire to light a : tion during that time: I

.' :'."You1wHl: probably hear all, sorts cigarette. ,when a bullet' struck him'. : ll[ f Winter I far I

',d'of, _strange.'stories :.at"home, but it's on the fingers, and one hand will have I I Touring Car $555.00

wmfyOa'may.be; "that:we';are 'altingood to come off.". Runabout 505.00 .

; : ,heart,'and only want{to: get .at 1 ,Among the wounded is a sergeant : QUest College aid Most Beautiful Grosris IB Florida F. 0. B. Orlando. AH can fully equipped.
I :the Germans again. .Some of them gunner,' who has been so badly :

;.sdon't eadnd why'Iri 1 Ben Showd, ,wounded in the;jaw that he can not College Academy Music, Expression, File Arts, Domestic Farther we will fce aWe to obtain the aazfaom efficiencyin ': I
and Industrial Arts Business Teacher's Coarse. factor/ production and the Biainan cost in ear .
He wrote on a pad on his en
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:.fight,,so: heirt'forEnglaad, but that speak. pirchasinr and tale departments if we reach an vtjot of
just.'showshow", little they know, knees; the ,following' account ,of his Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection 300,001 can between UM abort dates.
,noon ,us"" experiences: fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dollar And should w* reach this production we agree to pay u
endowment Three teachers of music the borer's share from |40 to f" per car, (on or aboutAarnt
11th 52nd and 30th were at $5,000 organ,
: "The
,A Seaf orth: Highlander. who was US1S to ,every retail buyer wh purchases a new
wounded:near:Ntamr ,,said: ''Tournai and'German shells fell like a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new Ford ear between August 1, 1M4 and brut I, ISIS. :.

/"It!was ; _'hellish... ,The rain., Soon the 11th had only one officer rooms for business school, full'banking equipment New For farther particulars retarding these low prices and profit

'Germans only,:-verged;their=artilleryon ,left.. chemical and physical laboratories, equipped'nth; every abating plan- see

.u ..They were alitid.to:'get near "I was on flank with nly gun, ,modem device; analysis of soils, fertilizers', foods, water. F. G. RUSH I -

w.: If'they'.had'de" > e:so:tkcy would and fired sixty rounds in" forty minutes Preparation for, engineering coarse.
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,have.got't goed,''skfpag.', : bu twe wanted support; and ,: Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, Phone 226

'* "Tl,eir. \" rifle, 'firing;!mss>simply rot, could 'not get:,it It was about" five Christian but undenominational; expenses moderate.

ten. JI.n; OM'_iasteMe" al< party' >approached 1 hundred 'English trying to save a 'Scholarships available. For'catalogue address

:,within', ,_ two ..:eel, :'yards flank against should,say, ten thousand -

ofu.a1. ; t "".W,were in .the .,, ,,Astast. 'as, you shot. 'them. . down, WILLIAM FREIONT: BLACKMAN, .
' ;..h .6a.-e: ''.Wi more,came. "
open ", ,. a ".,.. c'I'!' r :
> ,'"But .fc.r' their their \ Ph. D.LL.D., ,. President.'
vs.. Oar'lotiUery; ww: M geed;i'as ,, aeroplanes' .- f- ', iubscrthfortheSenfine1.
their 9; and hacks: 'at.. ':t .L", (Continued on Page, 6.) 1
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fLi!.l" 'i.:, .'iTHI,.-J-:: >"" : '-0ML1';;..: ,"" : '"' K > i.. + ,,SIDELIGHTS'f::._ I THE BIGGEST DIVIDEND PAYING .PROPOSITION;IN !!!!!!! ..III.I.II.II . '.IIIIIII'II..illlll..t-

.i! >] iIii 'ORLANDO .
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.'I 1' ; MH RwV RP_MnV t vHWvY. An'editor mourns because this war; L
J4- 'uit{_''; '"1iMr ul p,OVMT has'given us no great poem,so far.- An expenditure twenty-five or fifty cents that will bring

w ',rime about a deal amounting to several hundred dollars would nat-
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.& rite $ tofiee at Orlando, .Fbri
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r,, ea, d ClaM Mail Matter, ,Then, this is one period in history urally be classed as a paying investment. Investments of this
k ': when ,the sword is'mightier than the kind to the .
; I' '8UBBCBIFTIOWBATE3D3 are open people of Orlando every day in the year and

y/1: "Yetr .- .....,..i'.i....'u... $5.00. i pea * the number: taking advantage of this fact is 'constantly increas
Dafly. Months ........I............. 2.50
rr l D flyt S '..1JIa.-................... 1.%$ "CoL H eza' Liar" is appearing a ting., Here's the proof:
r' Dsii f, Month ............n..t..t ,..MWeekly y-
;. .. the picture"show' : every week in Orlando ,The Magnolia hotel recently inserted a want advertisement: in
: ,' 1 Year :.................;....'.11:04'> ,- but his twin brother Gen. the Sentinel for a second hand automobile. Seven
Wteklj...\ "e.Moatla- -, .,.,.-...,...-...."-.... '.75 Heeza Bigger Liar, is in Europe sending offered at the "or eight cars
were once and proprietor made a purchase which
":?; ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN; war news to the {United States. :
& \\f t.-ADVANCEJ '" .* *' Is considered a rare bargain and a saving of a neat sum-

fi R., v _"., The'Women are acting as conductors .The same hotel inserted a want ad. for boarders. The Magnolia t

j TO.ADYKCTISEBSt7C on' thte s|]ee .cars in Germany gained nineteen boarders through this advertisement several ';', -..;... -
,
.py'f r 4pbr ud\ all > tfcer "u.i..et while th4 jmeafare! r all in ,the, army. more readers of the advertisement --.t
faitMw Mist .. kasJcd ta at UM buiim have expressed,their intention
He* ef tfc totted not later Uaa I p. m. The only danger we can .see' in such of going there.Yesterday '
r tits fer tefm pdIka....., Tto rak,appliMfor an ,arrangement that the female .
to,chili eratnct it 1
adrertiiUf .
: *
: Is arlsble u4.win W .trictly attend'to.Subwriben officials might possibly call the streetname's morning the Sentinel carried an advertisement of a

,f #. .i J. *: .. 4' so th conld.be understood.Why Ford automobile for sale by the Cook Auto company. The car HOME
doiriajf ,The seeatmd ec 4'JV> V sold
was to Sheriff Frank
tinned boold, notify,the office in writing on Gordon by seven o'clock yesterday
Uw date of expiration. otherwise it will be not put a war tax on thcroWjng e morning. ""
continued'ai the rernlar obMriptkm' rate*.
,DO.to stop. is received. ,roosters?-Tampa Tribune. Mr. John .
Empie the
Y y .Republican-'or Democratic If the I enterprising grocer, advertised.seed pots

THRUSDAY' . SEPT MBD'24ltU. farmer,you,would not get much these I,''toes,for sale in,the want columns of the'Sentinel and ordered the FEOTSI I
[
"ilA' days. unless yon omit the word "CJJw- 'advertisement out before nine o'clock the morning it appeared

]Dr." .. declaring that he could not supply the demand it'had created.
8poile cildiaey. be:extremely ...' ... ...
f f;;& : A lady at Lockhart advertised some land for sale, the advertisement

P .v : 0 St That new railroad' from Tampa' ,to being ordered, inserted three times. So far twenty-six inquiries In spring time young men's
4 Petersburg looks like the old
1 -'isoutstde(TheSentinel's. position1:'in this war of, "The'ngest, Way Around Is song,;the have been received at this office in reply to that little ad. thoughts turn to Jove; in Fall

: Surest costing fifty cnts. time wives
Way Home. But there and
:. .r. D.._.._,r..,.., aretimes'when Dozens housekeepers
'A'new 'census ,0fJhe'" kings be i it will save bloodshed to of other instances of the money-making: value of Sen : turn to thoughts of the rejuvenation .
may have' the editors and police force of tinel want ads. could be mentioned
but the of
necessary later on. -, above ought to be con their homes. Hubby
I
'- the two 'cities. remotely I separated.And vincing even to the
most
.. 0. == this skeptical. Circulation is what counts in i might energetically kick at the
notwithstanding the love
:'A pretty woman always,,interests: advertising and the Sentinel thoroughly covers the field high cost of
feast they enjoyed together last Monday in this : living, and maybe

s. a pian, .provided,. she-k) is not his wife. ; section. Ask any of those mentioned above as to the paying ; justly so, but the echo of his

t 'J.There is more*Mriean railway"d-, , _.': * I qualities of Sentinel want ads.. protest against beautifying his

..ve ;pment.in ,the South, than in the. Editor--Photo pher-Seeretary-Su-: .. .. home would be so modest as to
entire continent of Africa ; P! t.en -RuStter.School man, C. fire service Tampa gets by coming up Another alligator fell victim to the : be almost unheard.

r ,. E.. Howard, had a small neat build- to Orlando to get their chief. prowess of Albert and John Branham :
'
( Those, Greek ,and Italian reserves ing:erected on the northeast corner yesterday afternoon in Lake Lucerne. -

hastening home to join the army have. of his residence lot on Liberty street, FOR SALE-A good range stove. The saurian was, about four feet in :
.m&e patriotism than.;brains;, o' and while there' is ,no window in the 9-24-6t Apply 418 South Lake street. length. : Let US help you do

j. o .- building and the door is padlocked, ,
a History' does pot record what we believe there is"a, new self starting I FOR SALE-Good driving horse, will 1 Get the news first in the Sentinel your planning

Jonah's'wife said ta,him when he got Ford car, inside: and that Mr. work anywhere; new one-horse
hombafter'that. fish excuision: Howard: is about,to shed the bicycle Macey wagon. Quick sale., Appl Our stock of HouseFurnish.ings .

: ;". t 0 that has eamed'him' to business for Magnolia Boone streets.House, corner of South 9-24-6t and "MMIMMtMltlMIIMMIfDepartment. Ii' now that our NEW GOODS

,t.In :the ,ucitement\of ,the warwe so many' ; years. Possibly Mr.Howard have arrived. is positively complete .
k have forgotten whether we made that finds that he needs a new swift Fordin FOR RENT i .

$21 040,000"gift to.Columbia'or,not. ,order to keep ahead of 'the.some- Rooms for light housekeeping; modern i' McCUtlOCU'S iI
,'up to date furnished :
/I( what older one driven by a certain ; or unfur -
nished
; on Lucerne Circle; with garden
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% tf course war talk should be kept ::Very officiaL. fruit and flowers. See J. F. I I \Ve can cater for

*rfbly ,rf + t pylnehml! S;.'but po i;J[ i. rfl "* r -* fu I Watkins..- .Io.. .. 9-24-tf I' Store any Effect any Style,

not,.to the ,entire exclusion of Cnas. Lord went down Tampa :
T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. .
the 'other and of he went 1 .
football day course -
; Conscientious work at fair prices. (
"'i- :ii' 40 around ,to have a chat with Monroe Phone. 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf I ''

- :The-Times-Uaion announces a plentiful I. Mathews, formerly of Orlando but :: Jelly Tumblers : Take Your Choice
-a supply of .'Florida: suckers -or now'chief of the Tampa fire department Get the news in the Sentinel first. .. : r

,rather,, 'that the, }pewterelctposition I Said Mon. to Charles: "I can I.I'. 1, Of
have men upstairs in bed and ring : any of these new decorative
do1lars.t,being sold;rapidly., my 11111111.1111111111111111' : Fruit.Jars : '
!_ _:_..__- .,0_.._.. the alarm and in eleven seconds they 1 weaves and re-beautify your

. It..' is aid that Roosevelt well will be..on,,the engine and have it in T. HOURIHAN , home-and possibly, 'rejuvenate ,
,liked in South' America." There motion on, the street. Said Charlesto your husband
might I Licensed Plumber and kinds : by so doing-that '
.be:an opening for a Bull :Moose party: ,Mon.: "I'm from" Missouri, youTIhave Sanitary EnghieerI I. is if he needs it.
in!that section, Hake having shown to show me. Of course Chief 1

there was no"necessity for:one.in. this Mathews was glad,to prove his state- Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
f Promptly' Attended to. NEW CRETONES
xrcountry. xr- - ment and while Mr. Lord held his :
'.t 0 stop watch the alarm was sounded, PHONE 629 Preserving Kettles[ NEW SCOTCH MADRAS

and in Mr. Lord's own words, "By 106 Court Street
A Kansas negro has figured,it out New
-' 1 he done it." Chief Mathews .1 BUNGALOW MADRAS
ti thst.'if '' George, I'I
the in
some) f. cannon, used III
said that in one.of the other fire stations t ORLANDO, FLORIDA : .
NEW
.heEuropean; war can;.shoot a distance Oraige Aveiee.MIMMMIiMiimiMlttt. : : CANVAS CLOTHS
i' ', of 25 tulles a negro"could start he, could get the engine out in tillmiMMIMMIIMillllMMM II I .

.A, out'w'.the,.morning, ,:run all day, anl5getlehot' d eight seconds. That is the kind of I .: : NEW LACE CLOTHS

; ,at nights 1 NEW EMBROIDERY
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s The Review ,of Reviews recently ,

t' published, an,,article entitled '"Char-X PLAIN AND FANCY ...
V
,netei.of: the Mexican Rebel LeaderS.", Fresh GARDEN SEEDS I GRENADINES

From what the papers were saying

ab;> :'theiia'some' ,time- ago'',it is interesting -- NEW BURLAPS
ATIMIIIiMMHtMM --
:character.to learn that' they, :have' any H a THE NEW PILGRIM

.;;x 'r. 0 :McELR..OY'S PHARMACY DENNIES

.: The'election of Hon.! A..B. Newton,' The NEW GENEVA CLOTHS

's, rep'resentative-elect from this county,, IHMIIIMMMillMMOMMMHMMIMiMlillMHIiMimiiMiiiiiiiiiiiMim
as;speaker: of the.next' Florida, hoofaiepresentitiveais use, The, NEW RADIUM CLOTHS

, (t. practically assured *IMMIMiMMMMMtfMM_ " ' THE NEW MARQUISETTES
he having merry .votes already
_* pledged and'enough';unpledged votes THE NEW SCRIMS

will go to: him '.to,;give" him a clear !
.... .' ;.... NEW CANVAS CLOTHS
majority of,the house. .It is doubtfulif I
fetter nan coutd be found in the -

,state for, the pot t i. "..- '- A
b: 0' We can help you with color
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- ;j TO PRAT.' FOR PEACE schemes. Try us.
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i 'President p 14 Wilson.-. has. designated Tasty; New Jewelry

Sunday,'October 4, as a day when thepeople
'- of the United States' are to -

'prig for peace,in>
I Four y ars'aro. the emperor of Germany Pretty New Laveliers : r Pretty New Ladies' Watches .. I

'.,} issued.the following statement' ; Pretty New Rings , [
, ,
"Considering myself as the ,instru'mejit > Pretty New Pearl Beads .
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.:n ',of tibe Lord: ,, :without heeding Pretty New Bracelets' 11
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,'thei goon-my views \and.way:opinion ,of the* day:, I Pretty New Waldermar, Chains Pretty New B.rooches ,. I II

} Pretty New Tie Clasps I
New Coat Chains
'z yWilhelin IL, Kaiser and,Koenig"And Pretty : t t .

the .kings;z the emperors and Pretty New Cuff,Buttons Pretty New Chatelain Pins I

the priests, of Europe who 'are en- h .
z
gaged: ', in this deadly ware are all '
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praying' soetewhatas follows: .
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"0, Lord, help us to, tear the soldiers ,- \
'L of the foe to bloody shreds/with
'
our Shells; help us:to.cover their stallingfie1ds .. .

with' the pale forms of theirpatjiotic ..-...-
; dead; help us to.lay:'waste- r szA. s ,

,their humble homes with a' hurricane DI K ON .IVf cti O.: :
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I of fire; :help us ,to wring the hearts ,

: :of |i their offending widows"with unavailing -



.:"G with;.blight With,their/thew the,grief;tears.mixed. "Blast;, petition water theirhopejs. their going way upi : Ti" .Evans, the Jeweler DEPARTMENTAL STORE



,i 'to the .Throne of Grace. from Europe > oRt NDo's FAVORITE: SHOPPING
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.'i' 'and: -.::. JBeiiea..Rd with ,each of, the'wamng -i. ". ( OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE ,i : _-. ;, ; ,J i- PLACE. -i

'.:.t i ; ; rulelb. .i considering, himself \ u < :;" 4 (

'. ,"tJ J instrumifti!of the Lord," we are EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING ; : '
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4 ft'.l, ic'c*" lando"; yeffterday were4erowded to the I ,FAVORTE BUICK CAR

j : TKTUNM. .'. ** "pl wat&" :The three passengertbs.had '
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,OELANW.HJLMr.'E. eeaekas attacked in.0.to' accomBodate AT SACRIFICE ,

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: .,a,HoteiaMeii,'of Beek pi, "I I t iMMMMIIIllimilMlliTODAY'S I t COOK AUTO CO.IIIIIIIIIIIII1I11IIII111I1. N '
: : .Mr..H. Finley Tucker, of Falatka, l, iiiensH _
$.: O, is ad late ,arrival at the, ; San,
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f t\\ ' '. Florida and, Georgia manager;of the PROGRAM "fol II11 It t

,t' ;; ,. : Continental Casualty company, was Victor. Florence Lawrence in: "The

.. v, Ji'&.;J.'. S.;;Moore andson"Kuter in the, city yesterday,and placed the Honeymooners," in two parts. Thisis i

Arthur, ,of: Sanford ,spent: yesterday general agency,for Jus,company.with a comedydrama.Imp. METHODIST LADIES BUSY PRE-
.
, in Orlando'with relatives. Johnson Brothers,'agents'for,,the Cit breaker.. ""Comedy.A laugh"Binks hit. the Strike PARING FOR BAZAAR .. .

j H ,---- izens' National Insurance company. -

'Mr.- ,"L.,c.'Oalioid'. wasvone, of.;2eUt .= I -' #} The Ladies' Aid Society ,of the

?;t, rood'asproininenti' citiBefifl"who. had- Mr.; B. Drew and:dangh er, ,Miss ALLEN BUSY PREPARING ,FOR :Methodist church met in the church What.N I. to Give a Man .

: business in[ yesterday. .Helen, returned to' Orlanda:.yesterday BIRMINGHAM TEAM parlors Tuesday afternoon. There ft :

>.' pi. e.. .4l: 4-,,,"' '', kk after an. aU..summer' .absence during was a good attendance, twenty-five
t
f:: > ?T and.Mrs P.::"W.:Coe,".of,St'sift PeUrafeurg which they visited many points of ;1 Superintendent Hugh Allen is a being present. After an enthusiastic _

; arf spencfilg'today! :in. OrIgo interest in the states. They were ac- busy man these days at the fairgrounds. business meeting, the committee, con- is a question that puzzles some womenet -

;:; :guests,at;the' San Juajn?:< "i: >'- companied, home iiy> 'Miss' -.Elizabeth In addition to the preparation sisting of Mrs. Cornell, Mrs. Caruthers us help you solve this problem "

x> :'r"iC', >,;." 1 Yowell, who;:c mes}to,' enter school' being made for the annual fair, Mrs. Fred Gore and Mrs. J. R. come in and look at our
! < Mr. Allen is doing a great deal of
Davis, served delicious sherbet
, Mr. C. H Jones, one of ZeDwood'a and J
' '1t tiing' .citizens,' :was.. :"transacting Mr. and Mrs Alfred T. ,Bennett, work in preparing the quarters for cake. Meeting adjourned soon after, 11 S Watch Fobs
of friends the Birmingham baseball team, and pronouncing it of the best
" bssr&esa in me city, yesterday.fM who have been the guests one meet-
1: _. : \ -" } < : and:.relatives?,in Jacksonville and Orlando the diamond. One big; room, 12x45 ings of the summer. The ladies are Scarf Pins

>.* ;vAaveruaing+ that" "h pays :'grows:=:ad- l for':the past, few weeks, will feet, is being constructed for the very busy preparing for the bazaarto ,

''wing'thal: groWS{payi!- verti*'. leave this(eyeni 1g:for their home in players' use, and in ,this room there be held this fall. .

':ing tin ,the, ally,Morning Sentinel Louisville, Ky. While in Jackson- will ,be thirty .lockers-one in which Ii Cuff Links '

..ei.both i! 1 i', '.'" , ville they.'were 'the-gUests of Mrs. each payermay store his"diamond MISS HART JOINED TWO HEARTS
I. I G. togs-and five shower baths, both hot YESTERDAY we are glad to show you anythingyou
Bennett's cousin, Mrs.; Warren
', ..i.. i. ; :-, '
"' 0 will be wish to
', " and cold water. The room see.
'
Union.Mr. .
: Jackson.-T'rmes
; and who -
'Mrs. S-j JNewen sons, '
; nicely but not lavishly fitted up and Yesterday morning Miss M. I.
k y| been: spading' the past month Hart, who is in of the
suggestion for the comfort and charge countyjudge's
:'C Beach,, returned home : and Mrs. F. D. Carr returned every O
.''Jait"eveniDg.\. \...- - ' 4 last'night from.several weeks in Europe convenience of the team. is beingmadei Minnie pffice, joined in marriageMiss Allen&CoJewelers

: : '-& ..;:::;..... & most of their time,being spent O'Berry and Mr. HenryH.
The diamond is being worked over, Nairn. The bride is the daughterof
.
Scotland. The break-
Mrs. M. Wmfefani Mrs W A, in England and ;
the and marl Mr. and Mrs. J. S. O'Berry, promi-
and will be grassed, clay
'Wfll ey,,: r Lockhart, ,spent yester- ing out of the war inerfered with
nent citizens of Winter Garden while
,
favor with the
diamonds not finding D
,
in
continent being
daylin'Orlando i&opping'among:the their'tour on the ,
the is one of Lockhart's enterprising
local. 'botinefle:>ho_: Belgium, at the: time, war was declared league teams for training purposes.In groom Reliable Repairing
-- ,** air ":; *!* l' : addition to this work for the young citizens. The bride is
i ; but they-had a thoroughly enjoyable '.
? Birmingham team SuperintendentAllen only sixteen years of age, but the
Mf.Frank Allen has ietarnod'from time in the British Isles.
is overseeing the resurfacing of necessary parenal consent was forth- .
ane; } yable"viflit:of;several,= days'at Hyer the race track and doing a great deal coming, Mr. O'Berry being one of
a-Grille ioppiDg'aISo Tarn- H. W. Corporal
Pa ," at Sergeant
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7 '" ' \ of other'work in preparation for the he witnesses to the ceremony. The 11
,St Wm. McCallum, and .Privates', Perry
paand rHurg'lr H
coming fair.. happy couple will make, their homeat D
't< Taylor and Hansel Fish, of the Orlando -,
Lockhart, where the well wishesof
Judge Wm. Martin returned yesterey ;company 'of' Florida, National
; friends will be with them.
BIG BARBECUE AT OCOEE NEXT many
afternoon .fry Elizabeth)City, Guard, left yesterday afternoon for _

N. (X,,\wfcere'jhe: feat/spent the past Blackpoint i where they will spend the THURSDAYOcoee PRINCE GRANT NOT GUILTY OF J. {O JcD1111'11111111111111111111111111111111"lllll

two:months with,rektives. next three'weeks target shooting. Of ARSON

"'- "f \; ". the state'team. of thirty: riflemen the, one of Orange county's most IIIJt'3W
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Mrt. J..-A.LAbberger went' over'to abov"four qualified at the annual en enterprising and progressive little Two acquittals was the, net resultof

iMola: ;;yesterday ,afternoon wheremhtan'l1'sp campment.for the preliminary shoot cities, is making big preparations fora criminal court yesterday, W H.

rd" 'coupk .weeks... with- from which, fifteen:.will be,chosen to barbecue and basket picnic next Patrick, white, being found not guiltyof yor.jm911 le..lfiJ

bar friend,,-'":Mrs.'Ewe Hun \., represent Florida on the national Thursday, to which every one, includ- hog stealing after a trial consum-
'
-" > old mother-in-law, is in-
; dear
= J : ing all of and "
:' team. ing Tuesday up to noon
Messrs; Robert(and St v Brown, vited. yesterday. Prince Grant, who was i Polish Your Silver
Orlando band has been
engaged -
ef;Ch luota's,enterprising young COLORED WEDDING The arrested a short time ago'(on the I '

,.......:_Bpenj t 'yesterday':in; Orlando .. .- .to furnish the music for the charge of arson, was acquitted, the:I -
' day, and a .good musical program is Wrights Silver Cream ElectroSilij j
g'1tu 1ie.pl.am.,.. On the evening ,of the 22nd inst. state being unable to make out a case
,," ' In the line there will
: )r-:: Mr., Jessie Scott and Miss Claudie assured. sport against him, and the verdict being by ; con .
in the
: Miw Liizie Mathews and Miss Lulareteraed'yesterday Hill, .niece, i Mrs. Susie Leonard, be a baseball game morningand instruction of the court.
in the afternoon there will be
: afternoon and daughter of 'Rev. M. S. Hill,
;-CedarRil1, 'Tenn., where' they" prominent in colored social and churchcircles races, trap shooting and other amuse- "LITTLE MARY" PICKFORD AND Pick Your Teeth
ments. THE "BIG FOUR" AT THE'
e spent.a_most'delightful.summer.Mr. ; .v.ere-marred at the home of GRAND TODAY
Excursion rates have been granted
'e.J the bride's aunt, ,Mrs. ,Leonard, by '
oyer the Tavares & Gulf railway andalso The at the Grand today With the Gold Medal Toothpicks :
: -and ;Mrs..-Joseph: . Mufelle and- the 'Rev. J. S. Hicks. 'program
c rates over the. Atlantic Dromise to be above the ,
ter who have been visiting rel- .party average as
, ...... *
} f 5. CoastLine from and tnat it offers the little "queen" of the
.Orlando Apopka
i] In Con\rayian4 lefty NOTICE screen and four other good subjects
there will be big crowd present to
,afternoon for their home a
the Four"-Vita-
; produced. by "Big
Tampa. enjoY' the good time and good eats graph, Biograph, Edison and Essa- Potted Plants, Cut Flowers, Funeral
; The ladies of 'the Presbyterian
I that will be provided is assured. nay. Dorothy Kelly, James Morrisonand
>.f church will sell home made cakes A of the Sentinel George Cooper are featured in Designs Wedding Decorations. ;
representative
Hon., ,A. B. New;, representative- and ,candy at, the Yowell-Duckworth I the. Vitagraph release. This, of ,
I has been invited to make an address
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: .over from Winter Garden course assures of its merits. ,
r-was. you
from 4 9
to
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store m.
Saturday p. cost of living and
'greeting:.his 'friends explaining the high This program will consist of five
y many 9-24-3t. of the and splendid'reels and we feel safe in
the causes European war
':talking:r| f'the ,prosperity of THE SANITARY GROCERY
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: '. should he accept the invitation this stating that we will be satisfied with w
.:. Oe_, INTELLIGENT HORSE the impression it will make.
- H feature alone will be sufficient to at CARUTHERS & GORE
of visitors from all Eat all
tract thousands you want.
] r.-R. denT' a prominent bus Quite a little attention was drawnto the country. Eat what you wantTake Phone 200
over
; B uukf'i.:Fine'Bluff- ArkC, arrivedOrlando ,the manner in which a horse obtained a postscript and forget it
yesterday afternoon xm For sale by all druggists. 6 & 8 E. Pine Streetfillllllllllllllllllllllll"IIIIII'III'I"IIIIIII'
drink of water on Orange (
I ELKS CLUB TONIGHTDon't
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Tampa'Special' : on :a,visit to his I avenue ''yesterday afternoon. The DANCE 17dw.lyr ... ,
!: :McDaniek.Mr. -- -
Mrs: H C.
and
animal was attached to a wagon

C }1'-1 'of the. had intelligene,,enough to know just Home tonight forget the The dance,doors at will the open Elks ::: : : ::::: ::::: :::::::;::::: : ,:::::: : :::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
.' .0. .W Conner, Ockla-
: 1 what he wanted and how to get it. Music will be furnished
by
'Koneries' at 8:30.
who has been absent
fountainin ,
Walking up to the sanitary
Orlando orchestra.
the '--st'thiee mentha inP' 1- the
bank
: front :of the People's ''
raise funds
'This dance is to help
..', dder northern, states. ... ,,,arto .- the horse placed ,his mouth over the
for the British Red Cross Society to ,
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.Orlando. .I, ..yesterday, and,went spout; and pressed down with his be used to help the wounded and all
;to Tangerine.Miss ; teeth, throwing a steady stream of
'!' those suffering from the results oi
S\ -'' water :into his mouth, which he evidently will
'Ella, Stag.. ?,.;daughter,.of Dr.Mn greatly enjoyed. A passerby the war. Your money help some
-..J.{'Vt{Stagg,(arrived ,home kindly stopped and held, 'the valve one who really needs it, so go to the
dance whether you dance or not.
: night after' year's absence. She down until the horse had.satisfied his
attending:college in Virginia, and
conmHsncfcment has been spend- desire: for water. T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber, "

--the:summer at-Atlantic.. City. Conscientious work at fair prices. 19 15 Hudson 40" Here
Eat:what you want. Phone 629. 106 Court St 823tfYou'll .
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1.... Eat all you want. ,
.I'.HOURIHAN, Lke&sed Plumber. Takes postscript and forget it. ,have to confesst.it's in the ,
Conscwntiou'Twork at .fair prices. For, sale by all druggists.. '
.'.619. m. Court St '8-23-tf- l-7-d&w4yr Sentinel $ooO

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JI1 .day,storage there is 'not a',cent charge.-you are perfectly < '. -ib I ,'.

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tl -- . .' :! {) ESWI1111U lumber, Heaths and ShinglesORLANDO
I McDANIEL
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-4 \ tl 'y : . Twenty acres-on Lake Gatlin:
; \ MUNNIMAKEKS
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.- about 18 planted .to oranges and
pi wetfa- have>be useless. 'I, .: oi.Lat., .. Wanted For Sai* fry <
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', tictat Ihii eoluma.-loo tor on* ctar grape fruit trees, 5 years old, fully M NAIR LIMBER COMPANY.
((1. <.srji t < hear:from, tAt. ILOO for.ODe,.... far
>gf'er>an 1 f'YV'6 >dcP f three dm or 1,000 boxes now on trees. If you desire -
: : tii ; ,or,,>.*, MoaeJ'must acteapsay
dw n.to;m ;;yoa'i caa 'tell ,what MBte for Out eoliuu. u -BO this property, wiU be divided
_ > '.*..u 7i .n: v .1' -* will" U',Brit on cmttt. ' giving two fine building sites'with .

An,R.. A. M. :C. man said tW.t.h Lake Gatlin, in front overlooking '
: ,. ." : : --Guayas, window sash, '
l ,.teethe tetmaa5 to' leave g1e doors, pine and oak wood. three other lakes. Price for, 20'acres

r'f := a&4'kept;on firiag ft.r. at.735 N, Orange avenue.: F. A. $ 2OO,() or $6,000 .for half. Nothing

: : ''iir:......'. r r. 9-16-6t better in Florida; Owner has re- .

\' 'BHB must fight.and bear; -thq >; SALE-10
._....ea like men. the;:ml angtkh good hog-proof fence, '1-1-2 of sickness he is,unable to come Royal Cement Agatite Plaster aid Perfection Lime '
.. cleared,,with six room house, Florida to live he intended. ,
'of:war; fc the.lot of,their,:woh as
t j : " :,house,"barns; chicken houses, Two 3 tracts .
BMti. :' fact is asdlr.eviMt j acre overlooking Or-
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_ ;lie good well $500 cash'to quick
it '> 'T'wr: at the heepitUt" ''which ; .'. Address,.care Sentinel office.t' . lando-fine lake land"view, good neigh- IIIIIIIIIIII, : :;: ::: :'::::::':'::':::::::::::::::::
U w4 lid f w) era are being borhood, good and splendid for
q 'ww ied"bulttoheslth'and vigor. surburban homes. Price $1,000 each.

f j :Take tie:Bceee at"the':London hot SALE-Seven. best garden room land house; 125;small 21.2 $2,000. E""t.TSJ:1\rESS: ;

I l i pitsd; whebselase.'Inffidred*' of orange trees.. Inquire L. Box 10 acres all cleared, north tide :
_. i t1; ",inietienbekeaa" : at Moni are ,b it- 9-22-6t Lake Ivanhoe overlooks Orlando,

l.) !oared,fer. AD_ through the.ky sale-Silver Chester Grape splendid land and a fine home site,

L! ,'boa. :was.besieged by,: 1a and Valencia late orange buds. The stucco cottage on Cathcart Stone

of Those' ',within. ,' :i anxwafily iiiit us stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2 block north of Eola Park, just Important friendships result from the right introduction, and
t .for the latert tidings. of the patient old. completed built for comfort and con-
}j or "iwkiflg. ,:"patiently' hopefuLP D H C. McDANIEL venience-large lot, stone garage, the most important ones come through the right banking con-

Inside. there were 'many :SALE-Onef,cylinder h. p. beautifully situated and will be sold
:
} B*-.'".,:pathetic.reunions- of.h .ib .ior class motorcycle condition., 1913 Cheap model for, for $6,000, good terms. 9-11.1m nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We

4 .. ..wi1e'mother and,eon.. A.: ho Apply .at -306 West Concord invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-
P iBf+ritably sees:much of the: drama 9-16-6t Reel's Steam Laundry last week

'lift 'even in Pence; in times of:war TO SELL, trade for unloaded a car of modern laundry est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
Itt tfeere,. perhaps,: ;that the h estate, my five or passenger machinery and will open the damp

; faster in'uppermost in:.good repair 'A, L Beck. wash. department next Monday, Sept.
;I -:Ar wife:returned frem, visiting. :he .. 14th. '' .
-- -- BANK & TRUST CO.
hatband-an infantryman On account of several large machines
SALE-Forty acres of fine II f
while,in:tfee thick of the fighting land; eight in grove; the not yet arrived, will not open
"t\\ 'None=-f ull_of hope, and ,talked Ian 'crop of oranges will be from his complete laundry and dry Clean- _
other husband's'ear :1,000() boxes 500 trees all told,
of tie profipect ; ing until September 28th. miiiiiiiiimiiims " ##" ##'I##' '
,I :11_' veri. She could scarcely credit for quarter:setting miles-10 acres from Apopka.in lake, If you want the damp wash, phone

'. .1 ,HM.. ,feet .that:he'had ,actually $5,000. Address W. H., BOX 654 or drop a card.
,tura. Lt Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf REEL'S STEAM LAUNDRY. l'trtl' ::I" ; :::::'imilCliiMllillMilCLOTHING::::::::::::::::::::

Ii has?:all happened quickly For whites only. 4-12 2wks '" 19'i
r i f;} ehel said., "He managed to wire, SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. i

", ing ffie:'to 'come, 'aD.d' .that's ,how of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas- TREES FOR SALE
9-18-tf
'I have'seen,him so quickly. .' ; The Terra Ceia Nurseries have for H
j !'Xook.what he.gave me," she addled SALE OR RENT-House sale the Walters (Florida Standard)

'- ,:ad s proceed a.snail,, all conveniences; unfurnished at variety of grapefruit, from one to
r--., Concord Ave.; price reason- three years old, budded on three to
riie beHet which '
.. ., was. passed second four old rough lemon roots
.:.....J' to'small family. Also on years ;
p I hand tai ,L. of 201 West Concord Ave, a and the Heart's Tardiff orange, one Our stock of
Her;.horta&d would'soon be be of three rooms with bath and year old buds on three years old new
i t ;That.\was: weteome, ass uianee. This "suite ,is arranged. for rough lemon roots. All in first class

t she, .,did.not, 'want.him.. to get Wen housekeeping, all furnished, two condition.TERRA' CEIA NURSERIES,
' rooms,might .be arranged
., i ,cpii Cly." ,IAe:.every':otter" YO desired. See Wm.. L. Coryelel, Terra Ceia, Florida.
:: however, :she.;was proud of ,the West Concord Ave. 9-23-6t N J. C, Rowell, Manager. IM and Winter Clothing

f;- her;; +la'had f"played.. ,One .told venue is o be paved). Correspondence solicited.
rJ talesof' bravery on':the:part of '
NEW CANCER REMEDY
FOR RENT
wounded,. of: heroism, ,under Removes cancers, tumors of all

r .e agakst'treeaeadOUSOdde.; of FOR RENT kinds. No money until you are sat' Made by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in
:f&rchsmsleee, 'capable of earing room,house; modern, up- isfied. Dr. C. W. Hains, 4-7 Warren ,
Bldg., Lafayette street, Tampa Fla.
themselves. furnished on Lucerne
partly
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., ,"Large. numbers" of addition' J.: with F.Watkins.garden, fruit 7-80-d&w-tf.and flow 9-13-10t I II I and we are anxious for you to see our

ed .reached this country, ,and,
., :-those:before them,'had'stories of RENT Six rooms for light New Styles and high class tailoring. Best
venture 'to relate. ping. Furnished or unfurn ,

One:of:the 120 men taken to Apply 409, DeLaney 'Street.22tf. .- The Cathedral School

I -mJaghaBi,'who had lest his:left' tie"E place in the city to buy clothing.

why bad ORLANDO FLORIDA
wondered he been sent RENT-Five room cottage with \
y :."I:can still do a.bit of'damage modern conveniences.: Inquire (Ftraerlr knows u PcILClark School)

t thins'! ,he"said'" ,)shaking.. .his.J.-right. West Church street 9-20-2t REOPENS OCTOBER 7

,One nwm.belonging to the RENT Beautiful dwelling with W. M. SLEMONS
A Boardinr and Dar School for GiritRcralar -
stated that :Ws regiment arrived ; ge; elegantly. furnished; on and Special Count*-Primary,
;MOM on;Sunday:afternoon,'and Lucerne.' Jas. A. KnOx. Intermediate and Academic Grades-
Uuic-Art-Hocatlon-Physical Culture
were, .fe *edifttdy :set to: Doamtie Science-.Admirable Situation
time w and Surroundinn-Climate Healthful
treaches. t that the,
? Careful Home Life-Capable Teacher* ..HmiiiiiiimiiJiHHMMHimMMiiiiiiiiiiin
.. ;wee .about 2,000 ,''yards 'away, .MISCELLANEOUS. .. Low Rates. 1111111111111111111"'C"I"II"IIIIIIII'1111111111"1'111111'1 III'IIIIIIII"'II)11 111111111' .
-whoa;,860 yardsoff they closed -- Rer. Roderick P. Cobb Bishop Mann

l'. amuse' lying.down: others"kneeling, ANTED-A canvas. Call lady for at 701 house West to I. Rector. President . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . ......
the thkd line' st idi 1g. "It was, avenue. 1-t iiiijiiiiiii1iliiiiiiii1tt i iiii 4i iii iiiiiii\iii i.iiiiiiiiiii1iiiiii
i '.we',peppered -them" he 'said, "and -

':is .no exaggeration"to say we' for=By light young housekeeping married couple all Dudley Matthews : & .J'1ISeJi 't

;< 'great:holes,and gaps'in"their' year round with private family. "
:1 .Each,of us;in'the daylight fired by-mail, Box 727, city. ,ARCHITECTURAL- AND GENERAL
9 j preci on at the obvious target, but. -2t
f the dark,and the"fight'raged for' COW WANTED by G. R. DRAFTING.
J break 42 Lakeview Blue Printing and Map Work. Patent
nights without .a we avenue. Were
to
office drawings show cards, and ;
They
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had, ,to fire in their direction, -A tenant for 8 acres of general commercial art. Perspectives -
h t4.', : \ 'land, 5 room house; arrange- in color or flat washes.. ,
r .'i A 3 P from the court house: Call at
that
explained the
k ; tillery Building
t West Central avenue. 9-19-3t ,
'work was':made easy by the
PHONE 54Z i be Married SoonCame
:pisses which. flew_over the -400. sour orange, 400 9-lo-diwtf ,
;4 "YI 'lines4: and. ,signalled by means of fruit, stock, 2 or 3 years old;
> 'flarfi.light .''Soon'their shrapnel be thrifty, good. State price

\\1 ::ganoid lot'.:(';damage.drop,".he. We adde had, "and,to find it did' i el. Address' "Grower_. 9-19-6td&w," care of Woo 1 Woo!I' WOo to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home f of f

.ROOMS An ;excel- four five wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable,
a4 ,own: angel:but our)men;did mag or rooms. They
'ceitly"when.they. on.cegot.to : location.-. Apply 418 South 9-23-pm Lake Excellent Core Pine Wood Sup yet the amounf of money which they had available for the furnishing of their

1 :Ose poor:-fellow; whose head plied in any quantity home made expensive peices prohibitive.

r so bothered in bandages that.. -Gold two inches cross and long,'chain with; small cross They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock. .

.41' ':features'couldinot, be seen, : .Reward, if returned to this We offered a few suggestions and gave them seme new ideas. 1 hey were

U sWe could" ;beat them ''with- 9-22-3t SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE much pleased with what they had seen and took 'memorandums of what they
t .
sticks, if it 'were sot for
1j E which. were: appalling. The WANTED-By well edu STRANDS OR MORE thought they should want. .

a could not.be described." man, as chauffeur. Temper After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were.doing
d honest and industrious careful
4 Between 'two' and .three .. If. you have work; for a the best possible with their appropriation they came'back. and placed their or-

9 wouaded-soldiers'arrived at of these'qualifications, address ELDREDGE BARLOW der with us.This.
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s tj yesterday;, Thousands, of people care Sentinel 9-22-6t Telephone 375 is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are
H ,outside
sembled
the railway
AND ROOMS-House newlv pleasing. Kit
$ and, lined;the .route ,to the and remodeled. North South Street, near A. C. L. attractive
extensive stock of serviceable 'homefurnishings
We ,
t\ .Soldiers with minor wounds cooking. $5 and $6 per week. carry an
i1 :to civilians .about. their: location. Magnolia House, Tracks grading from the lowest priced which are eood, to the very best. Your appropriation
South and Boone streets. Mrs.
U telling how'tremendous were the: 'Lewis, manager. 9-4-lm 9-Mm for furnishing your home may be anything from $175 toiccoor. more

7 #is against, them,-.how'they peppered ,- -you can make the most oi it with us.

it 'enemy,: and,,how cruel,the SALE-A No. 1 saddle mare, MASTER'S SALE
j V1* the wounded.. ,They buggy horse. Address, care a -
wereto
,.Box 567. 9-2-tf Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure -
U peered possessed of a burning and sale' rendered by the Honorable
,to retern to "the front, and. to HALL and Porto Rico sweet James W. Perkins Judge of of the Seventh Judicial
J ; Circuit of the State Florida sittingin Snowden
aaother:go at.the enemy. r. ; slips at $L75 per 1,000. Chancery for Orange County in i> certain Kincaid &
s I :A Lancashire fusilier:told that del Terr. Cash. Apopka. Plant cause pending b said ,Court wherein The Is
Apopka, Fla.: 5-24-tf State Bank of Orlando a corporation
b marched,,or'rather, hobbled'a doiJ complainant, and WUlet Groover and Irma
M..Groover are defendants the undersigned
fleeater'.be'; was. wounded: in. ;is:your painter and decorator as Special Master in Chancery will sell to at Prices
,leg;'and that the bullet was only you are:satisfied keep the one you I the highest bidder for cash, in front of the Furniture oi Character Popular
fJ' acted on Moaday,'yet;'yesterday ; :if not,. phone W, T., Entrican Court House door In Orlando, Florida duringthe off. .
> legal hours of sale on _
'636. 1-20-tf
/ ? ,was: limping\round ,in the.,S nSh MONDAY; SEPTEMBER 7. 1914. Cor. Main and. Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida
the referred to. In said
mortgaged property
: Ef"wj h"a,:cigarette .between;his lips. decree to-wit: .t ,
-9'.:the::longing for ,tobacco WOOD. COAL AND ICE The 'northwest quarter of the southwest llt ..tfl l.II.'I"III'II'II".II I"I.I.t..1.. .
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quarter of section ten (10). township twenty ii i Jt.i
(_ :.fee epee'of:the convalescents, $LSO'a strand up. Hand's I
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of
ty (22) south range twenty-nine (29) east.
i:': The gift of a few thousand igar Yard, phone.566. 9-31-tf I less one acre square in the northwest corner WOOD FOR SALE FOR SALE
: 'to the'Cofinaught.and Cambridge thereof situate lying and being in the County Don't wait for every one In town to
and State of Florida. Terms cash.Purchaser beforecps.
of
Orange have Entrican the painter, -
pita&.Wouldoaks numerous ..athc to the Pate ud Sickly to pay for titles.FRANK. to 1 Narsery stock, one two, three and
k-l s .;, Old Sttadud general trength iinjr tonic, A. SMITH ,try; 636aand I will lookthe For the month of August I,will fear year old DUds; Faster Early,
1.l Phone 85 cents
at
TASTELESS chin TONIC dmes out Special Master In Chancery. sell, at my farm, pine per
irichc theblood ndbBild Bptheiy.. Massey & Warlo. .. ', job. l-2Mf strand, and oak at $1.00; also somewogacheep. Pineapple, Java, Hcmofassa, Wash-
l ;4 'i take look'at .A true tonic For dntti and children.._SOc..: Solicitors Complainant. . A. S. Hodges, B. 1, ington Navel AddreYtIn. M. Kahla,
l The, tale is continued from "
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1'N- "-' ., : MODEL 37 TOURING CAR, $1285.00, DELIVERED
; ,.., AtcQ1AKLAND"STURDYS: : 'a. '
1'1. .i' < Stylish, comfortable, pleasure car, seating five passen-
'" "''-! 't- ' gers with room to spare. The graceful, low "NEW OAK-

!f i: THE OAK".bf.tWTHIL I LAND"stream line body, the German silver V shaped
, radiator, the heavy crown fenders and the broad
H: YJw.: c t ;: $ .fob"the Oakland,/the 'NEW OAKLAND S.S ''' boards, give it beauty and,style unsurpased even running in-

f > .' car a year in advance.of all others t '? the highest priced cars. The "NEW OAKLAND" Model

I .. : 37, is a unity of beauty, power, economy and service-
r New- <. ;Beauty' .:X) :: More ,Power: X, Greater Economy X Utmost Comfort 0 a car you will be proud to drive alongside of the best of
-. ""- them and enjoy the comparison.The .
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>- provides more power than you will ever need; marked
r"< .I.H.I.:0'l ,. economy in-fuel consumption has been accomplished by
t reducing the weight of the car and equipping it with the Oakland-Stewart vacuum gaso

." 1t tj : lene feed, doing away with the pressure system.

;,1 (t The low construction of the car without decreasing the road clearance adds to the
I.I, U --Q. safety, comfort and joy of riding. Fully equipped with Standard, Delco Starting
".' -, Lighting, and Ignition system, with automatic spark advance, Non-skid tires in rear,
Oakland One-man top absolutely true to name,.Heavy Crown Fenders, extra large
Y'w valves, Tungsten steel, divided' Windshield, Speedometer, Electric Horn, operated from
Jr center of steering wheel, Headlights with dimmer, Shroud light, Tail light, Tools,
License Tag Brackets, in fact, every modern improvement and convenience for the com-

fort and safety of the driver and passengers. '

r'b'r. \ }\i : ; Watch for our light six adds, also roadsters and speedsters. Prices from $1150 to
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. 'Vf' IN ,T is the kind you want. Where to get .[II I
The City Drug Store is at your ser- it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. : I\I
testimonyfor( : ice both day and night. Prompt, 1-20-tf
tbe'goiierment in its anti- tependable, courteous.' tf Entrican. 4I I
i treat 'Bait ,itgaiast .the Quaker.,oatscaapeaj I I TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
.was ""completed, ',before' the First class Bracing a specialty at To be convinced of the' producing I
eiaminer; 'here today.:., Testimony'for barman's Repair Shop. o *. Court St. power of Sentinel want ads.-try one. :
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the def'oodant'. remains- to be. taken.' :.- II I COOK WITH GAS .

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,Balgamn: minister,'at:Petrograd .toi
.RuflslMarmy, .was,.fatally, 8.
joinn; ::, : Safety
winded, in; the fighting at Tomas- 3. Cleanliness .
Packers and Shippers of Citrus \ 9. Perfect Regulationf

2oW.4no; big packing house will be Fruits and Vegetables. 4.' Simplicity of Heat ,
'
Mnrietta Orlando by the time that
V the, fruit shipping* seseon becomes Being'no longer with Chase & Co. I will operate alone 5. Accessibility 10. Economy

Iwfclc.. 'The Eo \Packing company under above name and shall appreciate the business of

has !leased the big:;Pme-a-Cura build- all who,'have: and any. who have not patronized me in

_ iDe at;the corner'of_Concord avenue last, three years. For information call..on or write meat

and_the AtlanDt CoastLine; railroad, my Packing House at crossing of Concord Avenue .
aad will'convert'it into'thoroughly. 4. SIMPLICITY
modern packing 'hence. :,The, and A. C. L. L- R. R. in Pine-a-cure building, which I am .
grits '
building,will be equipped with t I equipping 'withMauld's ,latest machinery. and can consequently I GAS is without a rival as a fuel when it comes to simplicity and
:and it is expected : service which has always spoken
improved machinery give you same of
ease operation. Absolutely no effort or care is required to start a
'thafj|the 'eetablishnent; will be : for its self. fire," all that is necessary is to "turn a valve and strike a match."
rt dy-,fur businessjbythe'middle'ofQctober.'The : : '., My efforts will be to sell all possible before resorting Could be
anything ?
; packingJwse; win!.also : more simple
handle aUkinde.of vegetables in,their I 'to distribution. GAS is also easily extinguished the moment the cooking is done-
'
eMOvand.'vi e.possible ,wHLsellboth :, just turn off the valve. A GAS RANGE requires no attention what-
:
W A. DADE Gen. Manager
fruit and;vegetables before:they ever either while in use or while idle-it is always ready at a moment's
leave :the 'packing. ;ferase.--Tampa. notice. A GAS RANGE does not
:( '" 9-1S-2jn t require a stock of fuel to be boughtin

...., I' advance-or to run out,-and kindling to be cut up the night before-

Free.Press,quotes MMItMitHIMMIMMtlMIIIMIMIIIIIIIIIIIiHSPRAY, Cook with Gas c "
The Independence rr-s y> Live the :Simple Life, and Be Happy.
soaeoneas: -'saying:,f A man' cant sell

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;:tei must pay; WbiUs, whatever ,
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, they ire:, ,If he'deserts'her? 'sheeanjmghlmfif : NOW FOR WRITE FLY and SCALE : It ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

; :s 1j e. deserts, hnuhe I .
ku, to, '.take.his medicine;'.if Ue' ';Jilts : SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY :
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him;be' gets the UughILhe: dies, sheifshe 1-, 1 I GAS DEPARTMENT
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funeral:expenses.(.Jf.ehitS him : Kills every White Fly Larvae Scale, Rust Mite
nc1udesJhe and Red that i is hit. Removes mold IIIMIII
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"r'rights.'. of the best months for :
th ,. :: and October are two
,f. - -- I WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
II and Scale. Prevents in- :
,spraying for White Fly
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'squ'b"froffi 3Okaeof.' ,..the 0&" &,,'Register. : sects.from sapping trees all winter, and brings them :: AND DO ALL KINDS OF

our friends :whoeats roasting in' healthy condition in the spring, thus : $8 arlestDn and Return
ears 'until, .the,bet'batter_ ;'runs :down out a good, OPTICAL REPAIRING $8
to- :ume';'and Dios.' off,his elbows, ,insuring a good healthy growth. and bloom. :
ordered hk f V&rite'dM at'a Kansas I

., city hotel. ,The''waiter.' :,:.watched.him J.. SCiMRR & CO.. Orlando, Florida. .. VIA"Clyde
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wkl'to'': said"Boss, you could beat SdiHarr's. Insecticide will not injure the White Fly : ., Line"First

tins' about.ten, 'a :week, :if Lyon would.. II Fuagl s 9-9 D... and W 2-M :
board:ata:liverystable." II I I DR. L H. RAMSDELL
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:According 1 ht_ : to- ::tile latest : authentic I .. (Successor! OPTOMETRIST to Dr. 0. P., Ukfatt) Class, Meals and Berth Included

figures :there.are now,in the United ORLANDO, f FLORIDA
8tat s';' 48,350 motor cars. The .JfJJ.JI

few includes.both gasoline and'electric "' This special rate good on any of the Company's

commercial:vehicles:purposes.;for both, This pleasure figure and'is . Do You Want a Good steamers August inclusive.22nd to October 17th

: the :total. :;:registration'' up to July 1 \
ayf:so that.by;the.end:of;:;the'yearbuadoubtedly MARKET Home in the Country? '
will be considerablyM Return Limit 10 Days
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Of' Cleanliness Of Quality Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville *
'Great Bend:Tribune: A great Bend every'
lile,miss wlio.couldn't:: ,:: 'go todeeV FRESH AND SALT MEATS Our list contains some very attractive Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
: .mother
the other night asked her
both in and
propositions city
:to tell'her:a fairy;MrJ,:to put her FISH AND GAME

to,_ ,sleepIJ! We. :will :wait-, a' little : country property. ,And we will be I. For reservations and further particulars apply to
coidklw.EverytWif .
tke tot
';nwe."tsaid her',mamffla,;and your Kept Mfcr mitary
;
papa wilLbe=,home., "'He4 will:tell_ us scmicd away' fl'8l&.tH fiee, aid kept fnahTTt pleased to submit them to you. H. G. WENZEL, Ha. Pass. Agent YF

bothone.'Xtat ." iH'.. '.
-, '" L' ,1 To those who have property sell.
hnir finp rtina inl'r-*r atl faetleL We toweverytWaf 122 VV. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
or to rent, we invite to call at
ink ,Rooks lightning yon
;" _; county fa the Heat Lfee ,
knocked down l,six.mules at one stroke.' our office and list ypur,property,with K
Rye-,ol them jumped'up'agai l..' Nobody PARLOR MARKET
The
.knows:the'aaad'of\ .a'"mule,but us., The same courteous"treatment GOOD PRINTING
there':can. :.be ;:little, :-'>d t that'.they- OSTEOPATHY
> bUsiness' .
has of
: that, marked aH: oar.
bkm_ d:each_ ';other" ":fer w at had _happened >>- E :M. Self &. Co.. _- .:We are in "a better position than
,:says.. &e. Jew* Republican: dea1ings'wiIl. :exteaded.to.' ".-y. 'L ever to; give you the very best inpriMiBgas -
'- .., :STREET -.. -! have large plant
,, PINIS : we a DR. J. C LOWELL
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;:. ,, .. with all modern machinery, flours
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ria1miaa'aewlr'm '
1M" ,. 'MIa' aMt e'very latest in'type faces. If 3-5 and appointment
tkt foUowinj::waark:'"Too. seem'toSOBM Phone: No.. 80uftiftFtuLt JR"are Bow numbered with our'customers No extra d1arre-for house treatment
-
..ft:; 'ntiftras.holiday ".that we '. <', t'f.r / ; we,need no, introduction; it
-"' Telenheae
do feet observe.,_ . ..', 'You' have_.'oar-,AshWeij"acid ... ......" .,,, . jet are ,not, then we would' appre- connections
: Good' .. (, :' ciate the,opportunity.to prove to you Office cor. Orange and Central Ales >
.
,
_, Priday'd alsoa .. :" that : 'of
"we are ,proioeers. Quality
Nut',DdAJtUt:;i'heai; eo'aarclt, :: 1] : '
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:1 r- ..The following-account of the funeral .
tis1
of Mr. J.-Murray Clark, mention

of whose death was made in the Sentinel
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i--- a few days ago, is taken from
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: the Canonsburg (Penn.) Daily Notes 4 .

;I of September 19th:

r The funeral. services of the Hon. J. K5 t *?t :1 } ;

I Murray Clark, who died at his home
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., ':{'O$: <" ,' in Crafton on Tuesday morning, September :j = I.

g 8'v: . . ,',: 15, at 12:30, were held at his : :. .;' ;1 .
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'.. . .. late home in Crafton on Thursday .
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,f I !. : :: t afternoon -
purely Orlando
: PRESTOEWMnacheckis institution
f; I were in charge of the Rev. G. M. takes pleasure in
Kerr, pastor of the Presbyterianchurch presenting this excellent proof of the public approval of .
received bearing the :: : its methods. --- .
at Candor. Dr. Kerr was Mr. .'
4- 4 ''' ''
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-: ?f. ,; r; :}pame.. ,' "State,Bank," It 'tames with. ,It pre I Clark's pastor for 16 years. The services Deposits SeJklter $333,348.06 t ,
as conducted by Doctor Kerr .
tige and the reeipient knows the maker of
9 were simple, yet impressive. A warm :: Vepesits September 1?, 1913 236442.76 :
the cheek has sound banking connections. yet truthful tribute was paid to Mr.

c. ... Clark's mental abilities and moral 'f Licreisc ii lie .
year
$97,205.30
In offering the services; of this bank, we worth. The Rev. Mr. Dunseath and .

t are placing at your disposal banking relations the Rev. Mr. Clark, the latter a :. In every little detail consistent with conservative 1 .
nephew of the deceased, also had : banking, we aim to please and protect our patrons and
:that must reflect-,to your advantage, in ,
.
parts in the services. Miss Safford ;; their interests as prescribed by the rules
and laws of
,all your.business dealings,-which is prestige.The sang beautifully, "Lead, Kindly .: National Government and to demonstrate thru our
our association
while
Light, Mrs. Samuel Brown
rendered .: with the Federal Reserve System, the advantages, .
; impressively "We Shall :
State,' Bank :Orlando Some Day Meet and Understand." :; accommodations, security and strength alone derived by

There was a large attendance ,of relatives ; : a "National Bank. .

"E neighbors and friends from Let us to that "It is
) prove you a pleasure to serve t '.
_'
Crafton and adjoining towns, from you" :
Pittsburg, Canonsburg, Washingtonand -
other points. A great wealth of i 1

floral offerings had places in the room t
.a; .l.
where rested the casket. irr..r' wrt.
On Friday morning the remains
were brought to Canonsburg on the
.$I2.o, o,WORTH SHIPS. SUNK to a piece of wreckage from which he train due here at 10:29. They were

( ,H IN- 20 MINUTES was rescued.0" accompanied by the members of the .. . ". '.' :, .' ,.....,. ..T.. "':"-' '' ' '" .... -, .

family.and a number of relatives and ; S; : ., ." '< . : .,;:.,: .. : ; : '" ;
.
.. ,to wreckage, one group'clustering ,Harwich, via London, ,Sept. 23.- station were assembled numbers of: r I. ,' : .. : D ::
at
.around, a floating table. the friends and relatives of Mr. Clark 1 LIORLANDO ] .
One hundred and survivors
ten from
.:MidfihifMta'" OB,'AH. .,Three. Torpedoed the.Aboukir, Cressy and Hogue have and procession family,to who Oak joined Spring in the cemetery funeral t ; ; i ;;,;j ,:;i\{ )}i' ";N ,;lt : ;:.l !;; J; ;;{kJ* . ;

; *'"* been landed at Harwich and Parke- At the grave brief services were conducted ..

'I s'"Commander, Sells told' me of. the ston, three miles west. Thirty are by Dr. G. G. Kerr, closing with
trying 'experience of .a, brave little officers and the others seamen. They; the benediction. J

midshipman who was ,on board, the estimate!that about, 700 in all of the ,
firet'veaeel:"Struck, As she was settling crews approximating 2,000 men were i TO NON-ADYERTISERS... MAN BECOMES A MIL. 0s gave the Colonel 21,000 grapefruittrees HIS LEG GUMS RINK FLOOR
,down;he jemped overboard and saved when the disaster overtooktheir LIONAIRIJ OVER NIGHTA in that one grove, when in real -
.swam.dear of the tremendous. vortex ships. If you do not feel that you can af ity he has but a paltry 2,100-not to James Salloughby, who hails from
/:, ,r.which the disappearance:of the ship ford to tell your story to the trading typographical error in the Sentinel mention many other hundreds in other the head of Ruffner hollow, and who

)_ had.created., He public through our display columns, yesterday mroning unintentionally groves.
.. was picked up by BAD FIRE AT BUSHNELL wore an artificial leg, cut out of green
another of-the cruisers batsoon'she you should at least have a business i placed Col. T. J. Watkins in the unseasoned timber, off the
was put
,.t.* also, was, strode card on our classified page. I near HARDWICK RESIGNS AS REPRESENTATIVE .
millionaire
by the submarine'storpedo BushneU Fla. class. CoL Watkinsis
'r' '' Sept. 23.-Fire destrqyed floor of the Luna skating rink here
and in her,turn began,to settle the building and stock of C in We can make you a very fair rate one of the most successful citrus because the wooden leg perspired
1- down. He had again to jump intotbeaaterand.deared'the B. ;Harrison& Co. here Monday nigh our classified columns, and your fruit growers in the state and is Washington, Sept. 23.-Thos. W. while he was on the floor.

downwardsection. The origin of the fire is. unknown. headed advertisement would be properly. doubtless well on the way to the millionaire Hardwick, recently nominated for The leg became overheated, the
'M' .- A thirdfcruiser: rescued him .There was but little goods save d. and classified. class, but he might not like United States senator by the 'Demo- gum from it oozed so copiously thatit
bathe. It bad not been" long on board'before . The loss estimated at $17,000, of Think this over-then ask to have to have wealth thrust upon him with. crats of Georgia, announced today he dripped on the floor and interfered /
she also received her our representative. call on you-or out his knowledge or consent. In had sent his .
death which $10,000 was covered by insur resignation as a representative with the skaters. The leg made the
'.wo rTF nd. Again" he got dear and clung ance., phone 24. Your inquiry will be'we mentioning his fine grove about four to Governor Slaton, effect- floor gummy.-Charleston (W. Va.)
,," comed and given immediae attention miles northeast of town one too many ive November 2. Dispatch.
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