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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.
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Publication Date: September 25, 1914
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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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iTHE"" i iYi ig MORNING SENTINEL

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piI QOLQY O: ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDA, SEPTEMBER 25,1914. NUMBER 194.I .
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L;BATTLE IN FRANCE IS STILL UNDECIDED


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FRENCH LEFT WIN DECISIVE, VICTORY: IN FLANKING I mmRTOOMBAROBJ B
DECISIVE BATTLE PROBABLE
'MOVEMENT.AROUND'GERMAN-RIGHT BY CAPTURE

1..y AND OCCUPATION OF PERONNEBatteA1AisneandOiseAuumes ,
BY GERMAN[ CRUER[R

BETWEEN MEXICAN FACTIONS

EMDEN MADE ATTACK ON
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QaracterofaSiege' MADRAS IN BRITISH INDIAN

\, TERRITORY ,j R USSIANSIN S H HOT T PURSUIT VILLA IN OPEN REVOLT AGAINST CARRANZA GOVERNMENT -
w I SETS UP PRACTICALLY INDEPENDENT
Freach Left Has Advanced Seventy-five Miles Since Assuming
When the ,Forts Replied Cruiser : REPUBLIC IN NORTHERN MEXICO
tk'Offe' -Pdseaers Say German Losses of Officers AUSTIUANS f
Extinguished All Lights and !
n Has Bee EBdmeas-Norwegian Steamer k
By a Mtoe lathe, North Sea Disappeared Darkness in the REIGN TERROR RESULT 'VILLA'S
AN OFFICIAL STATEMENT

Paris ,Sept 24-(Special.),-Two decisive victories were won Calcutta, India, Sept. 24.The pa- TELLS OF CAPTURE OF WARLIKE ACTIONS .

by the.allies.on'their'left today in the movement to envelope the pers publish an official dispatch stating JAROSLAU'
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German right'under General Von Kluk. that the German cruiser Emden, Number of Prisoners and Cap Reported Carranza's Troops Are Being Rushed to Torreon and

,The first victory was, ,the ,capture and occupation of Peronne, 'while passing Madras fired a few tured Guns Is Increasing Zacatecas Where Decisive Battle May Be Fought in a Few

northward of, the German right and behind ,it. No sooner had shells, but that the damage to the city j Rapidly as Austrians Days-Villa Has More'Than Forty Thousand Troops

the French occupied the city than the Germans, realizing the was slight. Retreat Upon Which He Can Rely, While Carranza's

extent,of their loss, directed a series of attacks against the town. I Madras, the seat of government Forces Are Much Smaller

',The detachments forming the force of occupation successfullymet and headquarters of, the Madras Petrograd, Russia, via Paris, Sept.

and repelled them., army, is the third seaport of India, 24.-An official communication issued Washington, Sept. 24.-Special.-Chaos( ) again reigns in Mex

,The arrival,of French_ at Peronnemarked an advance of 75 ranking after Bombay and Calcutta. by the general staff today formally ico, as the result of the breach between Carranza and Villa and
miles by the French left since the allies assumed the offensive.Peronne The German cruiser Emden was re- announces the Russian capture of Ja- the setting up by Villa of what is practically an independent
cently reported as having destroyedsix ro lau on September 21st, and adds
is 25 miles, northwest of St. Quentin and its possessionopens British merchant vessels in the that two days previous the Russians republic in the north.

the road for an attack on the latter city in full force. Bay of BengalBombardment had occupied Staromiasto, Przeworskand Official reports reaching Washington from all parts of Mexico

St. Quentin is a coveted position because it commands the rail Lancut (to the north and west of describe the unrest as more marked than at any time within the

roads eastward over which German supplies might be brought for Set Oil Tanks Afire Jaroslau). last three years. Proscriptions, confiscation of property, and

the ,revictualing of the beleaguered right wing. London, Sept. 24.-A Madras dispatch "The Russian cavalry is pursuingthe drumhead executions have created a reign of terror, and becauseof
to Renter's, dated Wednesday, retreating Austrian rear guard
Secondary gains,'were made by ,the ,French in the direction says: and inflicting heavy losses, although the kaleidoscopic changes of power both the military element

'of Roye, 25 miles'southeast of Si Quentin, despite determined resistance "The German cruiser Emden appeared the Austrians have destroyed many and non-combatants are kept in constant ferment.

indicating the steady progress of the allies' left along off Madras Tuesday eveningand bridges," continues the announcement The war department received information today that the major

the rigjit bank of the,river Oise. shelled the city.. Two oil tanks "Every day the number of prisoners part of Carranza's troops have been hurried to Zacatecas and

':At midnight an 'official .bulletin issued by the war. office at were set alight and are still burning. and seized cannon increases. The Torreon, and a decisive battle of the newrevolution.may be fought
The telegraph office and some houseson demoralization of the enemy is shown
j Bordeaux summarizes the situation at that hour with the statenientthat within the next few days.
our harbor were also hit, but the by thetPillaging and panicky retreatPrisoners
battle is developing. on the French left,. but action is damage generally is slight unanimously assert that a Carranza, according to official dispatches, won't take the offen

less pronounced in the;center. On the right, in the-region north "On our guns replying'the cruiserceased majority of their officers are killedor sive against Villa but will await the latter's attack. 4

east of/Verdun no activity is reported. firing, extinguished her lights missing and that the soldiers feel According to the best information available here the army of
.The 3erinans have and disappeared. the loss keenly. Villa at Torreon outnumbers the
r stretched their right.northeast to Cambrai, Carranza troops and are better
"The whole lasted fifteen "The formed Russian
engagement newly regiments
while on the,,southeastern, end'of their line the, crown prince of disciplined and equipped.
minutes. There was little or no have covered themselves with
Bavaria has, made several ineffective attempts. to turn the French excitement and only three Indian'swere : glory,fighting side by side with the 'Intervention in Mexico following the new revolt has not yet

e right. l| killed." I veterans." been considered. Unless forced by unforeseen developments the #_

The enemy.continues' occupy, strong positions between the United States will hold aloof from the Villa-Carranza quarrel.

'Oise and.Aisne.rivers. : .
The French advancsdslightly north Berry-au-Bac. PRESIDENT[ SIGNS FLOR1D ,TURKISH AMBASSADORTO VILLA THOSE FORCES OF CARRANZAEl OUTNUMBER, under and those Obregon of the, which west coast troops in

.Aside .from, these sporadic.actions the great battle along the Paso, Tex., Sept. .-If Gen the entry of the national participated capital. '
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Aisne and Oise rivers,_ now in the twelfth day, has assumed theN CUSTOMS BILL STAffS eral Villa's revolt against the Car It was asserted that all of the west

character'of a .siege with the ''indication that it will be several I I ranza government results in armed coast, forces with the exception of

_days before a decisive result is reached. REMOVING HEADQUARTERS 1 INFORMS PRESIDENT WIL revolution the first battle will prob those led by Maytorena, would stand
I ably occur on the old battlegroundsof loyal to Carranza. V ,
t.) ----- SON HE WILL RETRACT
FROM JACKSONVILLE either Torreon
or Zacatecas. Since the lifting of the embargo
BArrrLE'WILL o CONTINUE. FOR SEVERAL DAYS TO TAMPA ] NOTHING General Villa, forced to abandonhis about a week ago, it is said General

i 'Lontjjbn, Sept 24.-(Special)-The official press bureau issueda expedition in assistance of the Villa has been importing large quantities
-statement.from' General French's headquarters tonight giving Unlikely,That Removal Will Be i Miffed at Call Down From the Maytorena revolt in Sonora, today of arms and ammunition and
Made Before November State, Department Rustem prepared to rush his troops south sending financial and
material
I assist-
.the; etails of the present.battle along the Aisne and Oise riv from Juarez and
'' First and Possibly Not Bey Will Leave Within Chihuahua City to ance to Maytorena, who as governorof
battle I
ers The the, states last
message. several
may days yet as Two Weeks meet what was reported as a strong Sonora, first rebelled against the
; 'the operations have assumed the character of a siege and these; Until January First force of Carranza soldiers moving new Mexican government.

tactics will necessarily,,preclude the possibility of any immediatedefinite'result Washington, -Sept. 24.-The Spark- Washington, .24A. Rustem north from Aguas Calientes and Zac- The Carranza-Villa estrangementdates
.Y atecas. All was astir in Chihuahua, back several months
Bey, the Turkish ambassador, has informed even be-
man bill authorizing removal of the the state which for four
and in
"The,enemy," the message continues, "is still maintaining him President Wilson that he does years fore Carranza's ascension toy\ powerat
of the Florida customs almost
headquarters as many revolutions has fur- the national
self along the whole front. In order to do he is not alter the views he recently expressed capital. It was the
so throwing intothe nished the
district from Jacksonville to Tampa, greatest and most efficient subject of, conferences held at Tor.
in
.fight detachments composed of units from the different formations . was signed by President Wilson this I a published interview and force of fighting men. reon between agents of the two lead-
will leave the United States within
of'the active army, .reserves, and landwehr. I morning, that being the final act I I fortnight.The a Villa Has Nearly 40,000 Men ers, after which it was announcedthat

"Ourprogress_ although .slow on' account of the enemy's needed to make the bill a law. ? announcement of the ambassa- According to official estimates Villa all differences had been adjustedand
:strength and defensive position, has been continuous. i! It is thought unlikely here that the dor's withdrawal, though not unex controls nearly 40,000 troops. May- Villa was sent to co-operate with
headquarters will be removed to Tampa a' torena has mobilized about 5,000 Obregon in quelling the Maytorena
'"The Germans are making use of searchlights, and this, coupled before November 1, and possiblynot pected- caused profound sensation troops in Sonora. They are mostly revolution. Disagreement over plansof

with their great strength in heavy artillery, gives rise to the supposition until January 1, next, the delay in Coming diplomatic close circles.another Yaqui Indians. Efforts, it is said, are procedure against the revolutionists -
on diplomatic
: that:they are employing material which may have been. being due to the desire of the treasury interview yesterday of which the being made by the.Carranza elementto however, led to a quarrel be-
_collected for the ,siege of Paris. department to have: operations in ministration at once took ad-I enlist the services of the Mayas, tween Villa and Obregon, which is
the date from the a rival tribe, who outnumber the Ya- said to have
been
"Prisoners say,the German losses among officers has been enor- new headquarters -that of Baron von Schoen of terminated by the
of and quis in the west coast country. Villa arrest of the
commencement a new quarter, latter.
mous.. ,One regiment lost fifty-five out of German embassy on the possibility of
,battle." sixty officers in one I there is not sufficient time for Col war between the United States and also probably will be able to recruit It is also understood that Villa,

J elector J. F. C. Griggs to effect such Japan-it was interpreted as an indication many troops from Durango state, when called upon by Carranza for an
u reorganization and removal to the of President Wilson's determi where he has operated frequently. explanation of this fact, failed to of-
NORWEGIAN STEAMER'.DESTROYED BY MINE new headquarters by October 1. nation to silence comment by foreign Carranza's forces comprise the uni fer any, but instead renounced the
V London Sept 24. Collector conferred with the fied force of Gen. Pablo Gonzales, his of his
-(Special.)-Bulletin: The Norwegian Griggs ,!diplomats considered dangerous to the government former chief and
steamer flesvik_ __ has been destroyed by a mine ,in the North sea. I treasury ,department officials and 1 ;I neutrality of this country. It was eastern divisional commander, probably began preparations for active hostili
here this ; numbering about 30,000 men, ties it
Congressman Sparkman 1 against
'I I I understood the president would decline
I week while his from New
GENERAL STEINMETZ KILLED ton mill district, were actors in I on way to receive diplomats who make -
BY SHRAPNEL a York to Jacksonville. He attended a which he did not desire to aggravate, ITALY SUSPECTS THE AUSTRIANS
FRAGMENT moving picture 'scene on the capitol comment which he considers obnox- -
conference of collectors of customs
i- portico today to boost the movementto ious.; Although Count von Bernstorff the diplomatic impropriety committedby
Berlin;) Germany*, via The Hague substitute cotton dresses for silks.I from all parts of the country held at and Baron Schoen have repudiatedthe the ambassador might be a subjectfor
and London, Sept 24. The German The trio of girls carried large department New York.II !!baron's interview the state department discussion with the Ottoman government Rome, Italy, via Paris, Sept. 24<--
,general'4taff, referring to the deathof store packages, each containing I at the direction of the pres The Messagero publishes a telegram :,

Lieutenant-Genera! Steinmetz,says I a dress length of cotton goods from;m G COLLEGE BURNING AND ident today was still looking into it. The president asked whether the from Udine, Venetia, saying that
he was killed by-a fragment of shrapnel South Carolina, which they will have I The Turkish ambassador in his in-f: ambassador cared to make any ex Austria is trying to deceive Rome by
which severed his jugular vein. made into frocks for exhibition at terview, considered particularly ob- pression and today's announcement
General.Steinmetz directed the fire of the national cotton fashions show BE TOTAL LOSS jectionable by the administration,said j that he did not wish to alter his viewin denying that she has armaments
the 42X0. centimeter pieces at the here October 7th' and 8t, the sending of American warships to any way and would leave in a fortnight along the Italian frontier.
,sieges 'of Liege, Namur and Hau- I.Turkey in connection with the reportof was the envoy's reply. "The line from Pontafel to Tar-

; beuge.' ,Later he was placed in 'command GERMANS REPORTED TO HAVE San Jose, Cat, Sept. 24.-(Special) < uprisings against Christians would vis," says the dispatch, "is strongly
oTa division. of infantry. The SUFFERED DEFEAT AT Bulletin: The College of the Pacific -,lead to a serious situation. At the BRITISH TROOPS HAVE LANDED fortified, as is also the line between
well known German painter, Arthur SUBER the largest Methodist school on t same time he said that while massacres NEAR TSING TAU Tarvis and Raibal, especially BradU
t Schlubeck,now serving .as a,lieutenant the Pacific coast, is on fire-and the had previously occurred in Tur- pass. All of the valleys along the
of hussars, was wounded I by a London, Sept 24. The Paris Matin loss will be total. i jkey, they were the same acts as any Tokio, Sept 24.The war office today Carnic Alps, leading from Austria
piece of J shrapnel while' fighting on prints dispatch from Petrograd declaring -, people might commit under provoca- announced that British troops into Italy from Caryignane to Mount
the- Aisne. He has" been. given the the Germans who GENERAL YON DEIMLING DIS tion. By way of illustration he re- under Brigadier General Nathaniel Paralba, are occupied by a large num-
iron era is.NOTABLE.'' drove General MISSED minded the American people of the W. Barnardiston, commander of the ber of troops. Forests have been destroyed 1
l.J Rennenkampf back into Russiaare I lynchings of negroes and the "water I north China forces, landed on September wherever necessary to give

QUINTET IN: ,MOVIE reported to have suffered a great London, Sept. 24.-General von I cures".,in the Philippines. 23rd .in the neighborhood of artillery full play and roads and
SCENE TO BOOST COTTON defeat.at Subir. The Russians have Deimling, commanding the German I The ambassador later explained to 1 Laoshan bay to participate in the paths have been constructed and solid

;= DRESS GOODSWashington. reoccupied Soldau, in east'Prussia, on army in Alsace, has been dismissed,,administration officials personally movements against. the Germans at entrenchments erected.
s '-. the Polish frontier. It is stated that according to a Geneva dispatch to the and by letter.: The president directed Tsing Tau. "The authorities have explained to
3 Sept.. '24. Speaker the Germans are evacuating east Daily Chronicle. Mr. Bryan to say in, answer that the the population that these prepara-
,dark- ,' buss Genevieve Clark' ,. Miss Prussia to, reinforce the line from statements made by the ambassadorwere THE WEATHER tions have not been made against
: ,Lucy 'BfleeouM Gallic Hoke- Thorn in west Prussia, on the border Purchase your school books and objectionable to the American Florida: Showers Friday except Italy but against a possible attempt ,
F ,Smith and Representative;Johnson of of Poland, to Kalisz, a town in,Russian school supplies this week and avoid government and but for the fact thata l fair in northwest portion; cooler in by Italian volunteers to invade Austria
South- .,CaroWuwho: ; represents a cots Poland.t .' the rush. Come to Curtis & O'Neal's. i tense situation ,existed, Turkey,I peninsular. Saturday fair. ,."
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WINTER ':GARDEN.;NEH'S.ITEMS Mr.:Ferris, the salesman for Perkins Mr. H. C. Hammond spent a few I If you want your bicycle fixed ina I KEEP AHEADOf

& Sharpe, also of that city, were intown days last week on his 14 place. out on r GKCO hurry take it to Warman's Repair your neighbor by reading the

: Winter ,'h., ,;Sapk X23.-A Tuesday *+* : $ &jJAmofeg Sand' lake.' ;0 Shop.: .. 12-5-tf.. Sentinel every morning and getting
new 'ti1 ;floor, has been':laid rin the 'those' l egistered.at; the Every house.in the colored quartersis all the news:int..

pharmacy :adding much',to, 'the .ap Shelby/hotel the kst'few days were now occupied, and the prospects are Insect Killer Will Don't overlok the want ads. -
pearance and making it'pne of the C, E. Hillyer,*Jaeksonville; Miss'Jack that every house in town will soon be''I Get the news in the Sentinel first.

most up to date and'attractive. .places Fields, Qermont- ; C.:!.F. Bailey, At filled up.. Evidently the, colored population -V,: Rid
in the. state. lanta, and M.lK.Shelton. ,.Lynchburg, are doing their share. Let I
A An .accident occurred on the road Va.. '" ; them come, the. more the merrier. Our, Your house of all insects & yur.JmiwJ/
.between" here''and: Tfldenvflle Saturday The high school opened this year people from the North are coming in t
night:when Frank."Pounds' auto with a larger attendance than ever now on every train, bringing new @aarls 3Sc. Gapes 1.00

skidded tOO.ran into Mr. G. S. Hall'sbuggy before. If.more keep coming in more ones with, them, and all pleased with
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For sale '=== ____
;.I'.OTwturning Ii" it and' throwing- room will have to be provided.: There Taft. Evidently people. of extra: good; by \ \ r GIVE THE CHILDREN

=.. ''Hall.. put*- and. knocking him 'up are about 250'already,enrolled.. Theprimary : judgmentJoe Carruthers & Gore
#badly.** We ,hopejbis injuries school'here in town is also Ahik, of Sanford, came down CORRECT STATIONERYAnd
Ie'M nothesult! in anything serious. progressing nicely with Miss Leila Saturday and spent a few hours with ,
T. '"W: Hewlette was seen on our Roper'as'teacher. home,folks.

ts-Monday, ,\ f The T. & G,?extension to Ocoee, is The new meat market in the new
Miss,lIra ,GatesJn, Monday about >completed;4 The first, trains Sphaler block is in running order and they will take pride in
from Atlantawhere she has been"to Will rwf through the first day of'Oc- Carl is ready to wait on everybodythat For. SaleI r writing their letters.
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f purchase,'the fall millinery stockier tober. The.people 'of Ocoeewill' eeleSrate .looking for first class-A No. 1
:the South Apopka'Supplyconrpany3; on that;cb.i'with a"big barbecue meat" No excuse now. for going. hun Correct letter writing is both

Mr. it i ,)Irs. s.'D. West. tf Pu;. "* anoVpicnic.-* *- '' *- -" u. i/" ', '. .fu kTALES I I . '
:- > >* ** "" art and"a accomplishment
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Much interest being an
is displayedover
y ler's'were pplng-'in town Monday have a carload of Jersey Milk L__
'morning?, ,the town election; in fact, there OF RAID ,ARE NOT ALIKE '
is, a good ,deal of excitement among Cows for sale, and people of the surrounding Cranes Linen Lawn repre-
Mr. and'. ...Mrs.. P. >B.' :.Prantfey, of. !
d ttie contestants, for'the different offices : country are invited to inpest -
r Clennonttweresvisitors, here Tuesday ' Anfwerp, Beigiuhv via London, sents the highest art in manufactory -
Hon. .A.' B. 'Newton .and ..family and theft!. friends.. Sept. 23.-A successful;; raid, by five the stock. of writing paper.
:spent Sunday m.f'Sanford. English aviators.on the German avia- Reasonable>prices. Call on or address,

Rev. Query, Presbyterian minister TAFT ITEMS tors returned to the point of their de- JAMES N., SEWELL, r ne'J We are showing correct sizes
Oakland/filled the" tlie .. . -'ST-r- (.'% : \1 logne, is the
.of i pulpit >t ; | reported by Handelsblad.
_ KethOdit''-chUrch. Sunday ,morning: Taft,_ TlaJ Sept. "'23Mrs.:; W. T. ,According to'the story'the British. 8-22-D & W Winter ,Garden, Fla. then ci1lwn: and shapes for Children, Misses

k 'He will Continue.to.' hold. services. ere. I1eYJiwhq:went North with her hus- ers,- ,from a height of 1,500' feet THE CORRECT WRITING PAPER and Adults.
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every third Sunday for*a'while. band's 'remains to Chester, Pa., for dropped bombs, that: set fire to the .
and Ocoee burial last spring, has returned, accompanied Zeppelin Four of the BRANCH
Mr. Mrs. McDaniel, of hangars.. aviators W. S. ,
by .fa'ther-in-law. ,.,Mr. reurned the of PRINTING MAHRAlFOR /
were_ shipping'!in Gown f Tuesday/; to , point their departure '
W., H. Riley,, to spend the winter, atleast 4
\ but the fifth
q The carpenters :are\all:busy these I was obliged to j The Arcade Book and Music Store
days ai'quite, a..few new,;residencesare descend omng'to engine trouble. He
F. W. Martin .returned last week SALECoaisting'of
being built and succeeded, however, in' landing in
prospect .of a Battle'Creek 'Mich. where he
from Belgium.
goodly number I
in the .
ensuing months.A.
has'been spending the summer. His

''modem. :W.. burley Dwelling was house just in completed the Lake-, a family, with Mr. S. B. Vaughn, will Germans Tell Different Story 'I! Job Press, 14x22 with fountain. I I THE OLD RELIABLE

view ,.addition, and the come a little later.' Amsterdam, Holland, 'Via London, Imposing Stone, 26x44 in frame.
; ; carpentershave I
alSo begun We are pleased to note that Mrs. Sept 23.-Referring to the raid of Perfection A Wire Stitcher. I
work'on.the'home of
;Y T. Cappleman"" ,.'also. in! ,that: section N. Dennis illness recovering and resuming from her her usual recent English aviators on the aviation camp r One-half' Case Wood Furniture, i DANN'S TRANSFERDr.
of town. Miss Dora Winkleman has at Bickendorf a German newspaper i 280 pieces.
aher home about youthful activity. received: here says only two bombs 1 12 Galleys, brass lined, 6x23Sz.
ready to move into,. B. D. WIENANGA, Prop.
Mr and Mrs. C. H HartIey'ofSt.
rt on Plant'street; and J.. N..Seweti has were dropped and the only damagewas 1 Galley, brass lined, 12x18., ,
Cloud, Sunday at the, home. of I
two bungalows tin the spent' the breaking of a few windows. ; Horton Mailer
southeastern Mrs: D. B. Sphaler. i Utility Lead Cutter. I' .
of town Livery Draying and HaulingWE '
part.! ready. for occupancy. have been
x -J. H. What might quite a serious For saIe.-A well bred driving 30-inch Jewel Paper Cutter. i ,
Mooney, .of Orlandopassedthrough
,town in his accident occurred last Thursday, mare-sound and gentle, in her 1 Challenge Proof Press, 9x27 with'
.auto Monday. .
west of town when
a short distance ,
i
t E: B,:teak, of Orlando, was .talking Miss prime. Any lady can drive; cit)' iron frame. -
Alden, Sphaler, accompanied by GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
'* broke. There can be nothing betterin 1 horsepower Motor. .
insurance' the residents of
to
and Miss Josie Col-
Hester Hobson
the horse line for ladies and chil- 2 Counter Shafts with pulley and
our own ..Tuesday..Fred lin Was out driving with the spirited .
dren. No dealers or liverymen need hangers complete.Ink
<,Maguire of Ocoee was' in Sphaler. The team r
B.
team of D. ran Slab .
she 12x18.
apply, must have a good home. AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
town,Monday f amand attempetd o pass a tree, ,
Price $150. Also buggy and hare About 1,000 Ibs. 10 pt. body type.
:Mrs. J. M. Sullivan and Miss Lou one on 'each side. This occasioned a ness cheap. Several job fonts, racks and cases)
Harden, of Hodges, Ala., arrived general smashup of the buggy and ,
H. C. McDANIEL. quoins and other material Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
t Tuesday. Mr. J. M. Sullivan has Misses
been throwing out the: occupants. This material is all in first-class
J 'here several weeks., They are stopping Hobson and Collins were quite badly We insure your lIe and loan you condition and will be sold for the HORSES FOR SALE
'r: for the present at'the'.home of bruised. Miss Collins being the most, money on real estate at 6 per cent. j best offer to close an estate.
=} Mr. R.:,P. Wright until their house is unfortunate, having sustained a se- interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,.
,t .ready for occupancy. verely sprained, foot. The buggy is Curry Building, Tampa,3-25-d&wtf Fla. APPLY P. O. BOX 35 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida

F\. .Mr. Day, the;genial representativecf a complete wreck. They were fortu- I ORLANDO, FLA.

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; ; ORANGE GROVE FOR SALE ATTENTIONOne


of the best building lots, within a stone's throwof

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

.: than surrounding lots are selling for. If not sold by
*Situated, four miles, from. a very progressive town. with front overlooking two lakes; 10 acres cleared I ready to
'' October 10th, the prIce'n11 be raised to correspond with
one mile lake front mostly high ground, connected with
; plant Citrus Fruit fair dwelling house stable
a good
; invited the
other lots. Only cash buyers are as money
a system of lakes and rivers up to Jacksonville and within .
4 spraying machine, a pair of mules and all necessary is needed.
: one mile of railroad station on day road .
farming implements, an eighty'barrel steel tank on steel '
1 90 acres of deep rich hammock land, universally

:;F known to be the best citrus and truck tower, 20 feet high on cement base; an eight horsepower

li 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
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:r 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 200x200 three streets
o o AA big Orange Trees, about 150 Grape Fruit ground, batch of trees, on ; can

1 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 apdapted 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

: tourist;hotel, in the midst of oak and pine trees, all lake too late. .

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AISER AND HIS SIX SONS AUTO HIT BY TRAIN; MAN .
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: FALLING HAIR OR
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1TCIIINGSCAiP1 Mebane, N. C., Sept 23.-L, M.
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Preston of furniture factory
president a -
;i Surely Cease When You Use Parisian
at Christiansburg, Va., was
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Sage-Makes Your, Hair
i Soft and Fluffy killed instantly two miles west of

''If'i Now that Parisian Sage- a scien- here today by a Southern railway TODAY
: JzPhotoibyxAmraa tific preparation that supplies every. train and his wife was fatally injured -
hair and scalp need-can be had at when their automobile was

any drug counter, or from McElroy's struck by a train at a MODERN
passenger DAVID BELASCO'S FAMOUS FAIRY PLAY
,.>; Pharmacy, it is certainly needless to
have thin, brittle, matted, stringy or crossing."It .
faded hair. No matter how unsightlyyour "A. Good Little Devil "
hair, how badly it is falling, or pays to belong" to the list of ,
how much dandruff, Parisian Sage is Sentinel want advertisers.
all that is needed. Every trace of 5
dandruff ia removed with 'one application -
the hair roots are nourishedand Takes Off Freckles
,
stimulated to hair,
grow new ,
itching scalp and falling hair cease- Removes Tan.

your hair becomes soft, fluffy, abun- QLYX'J : S.
dant and radiant with life and beauty. Jeautify your compledon. Get t-
Parisian Sage is surely one of the rid of those freckles. You can
invest SOc,in a jar of WIL
and refreshing hair I-4
most invigorating SON'S FRECKLE CREAM
tonics known. It is easily used at : and they'll disappear. Severe _
home-not expensive, and even one I mss may require two jars-
application proves its goodness. no more. We positively guuwtee .
this, and if your complexion
f ". isn't fully restored to
,, Pnu Auocltuoo' Delavan's comet is visible, say the its natural beauty, we agree to refund yomr

';From left[to right Kaiser Wilhelm, Crown Prince Frederick Willhtu astronomers, but superstitious people goner WILSON'S without FRECKLE argument:! CREAM'is And in a fine addition., fragrant -

Prince, 'William'Htel, $er1ek. Prince.Adalbert. Prince August. ; I'rinw O*&.zi; who try ,to connect it with the war a*1 tract does cream.positively Doem't remove cause hair TAN to grow and,
and Prince Joachim." .. might do well to remember that Halley's FRB L8S. Try it at ow risk. Price SOc-
*
r lent by mail if desired. Mammo jara 100.
---- comet came and went withoutany WILSON'S FAIR SKIN SOAP 2Sc. Wilson
'STORY OF BAYONET CHARGE nowadays is that you may be fightingfor serious result to inhabitants of Fir Freckle sale Cream Co., Charfcston, & C, makers : -

*' [-, hours on end and never\as muchas the earth. byj.. N. MCELROYWhcnEvciybodyEatsFloridaCitmsFniitSj

(By:Robert Elston, Staff Correspondent see an enemy to grapple with. PLii9
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of', the.. International' ,News.Ser "We lay for ten hours in the

vice.) I trenches last Saturday with rifle fire, :- :

London, Sept 23.-This grimly dropping around us like raindrops _in !

hliit ro1.s story of a'British bayonet a heavy shower. The roar of the

charge in which the ,Germans,.were guns was always there, like the thun- the_Demand will I Exceed the Supply

,stabbed in the back, was related bye der that you.can hear in a big storm, With David Belasco's original All-Star Cast, includ-
\ '
wounded soldier' just back from northern and you could see one long line of Citrus fruits arc becoming necessities instead of luxuries. The ing the celebrated film favorite

France: little white puffs of smoke away on people of the United States are learning their many merits -,

They can stand fire, can those the horizon'every time the Germansfired. ant uses. Where formerly they were regarded solely as "Little Mary" Pickford

Germans: We were picking them off ., Beyond' that you couldn't see breakfast fruits,now they are eaten at other meals and used ,

like winking,,and still they Came on. anything, and it was only an odd:. freely in cookery and confections. All this means a great

"Then;when'they got within shout- sting in the arm or leg, or head, from deal for Florida,which grows the finest citrus fruits of the = FIVE REELS ORCHESTRAThe
ing distance, we received thewordto;: a {bullet that made you realize that
world. The production of her superior oranges and grape-
Our officer was a' sprinter, in battle.
charge. : you were
fruit can hardly keep with the inevitable increasein
but 'we'\Vere': but of the trench and "It's a big test of, men's fitness for pace FOURTH of the Great PARAMOUNT PICTURE
demand due to the above causes.
heeling after, him, all of 'us shouting. soldiering if they can put up with PROGRAM. SECOND TO NONE IN THE WORLD. '

The Germans seemed struck. that for a whole day without losing ;; Buckeye Nurseries Catalog-
They',just .stood ,and gaped as' we their nerve.' We had been fightingfor We pay the price and get the Features.

came 'chasing down their mouths three whole days before we set A Citrus Handbook

wide' open,ias if they were wondering eyes on a German, although we were
'r. All the that arise in the culture of
problems
what;the blazes we were up to. under,fire all the time. oranges '
"I and grapefruit are fully covered in this book. It tells tOe20e
within twenty'or 'After that them frequently
were we saw
"When' we more
how to select a location for the grove and describesthe
them there at close and then
thirty yards of was an quarters,
operations to bring trees into profit .
necessary
alteration. ,They knew then what we we had plenty of hand-to-hand fight-
able is based
bearing. Everything on practical
r wanted, and they just threw down ing. The- Rangers were very lucky experience-there are no theories in the advice I

their rifles,:turned about .and ,set the indeed: to ,get off so lightly as they given. No matter what citrus fruits you are I" Tomorrow-"THE TOLL," A Vitagraph Special.

pa ., Some of; them,'.as they went; didffor we were continually harassed growing or intend to plant, this book will be of
chucked off, their packs, and a feweven by the German cavalry and artillery. service you. It has been written to l elp alike = Complete in two parts, featuring Dorothy Kelly, James

.tried to' pull off their tunics! 'The way the Germans sacrifice the man with the grove and the man who expects Morrison and George Cooper.Hammond.
--"But' we had 'eml! I never knew their'men for 'the sake of making an to have one. Every person interested in

I could! ,run before, nor, the other impression is appalling. One position the citrus industry Florida is welcome to a

chaps, ,and we pinked the blightersthe in on our left that we would have copy of this book, printed at great expense.

back by the score. fallen back from in any case, becauseit Write today for one-edition is limited.

"When we got winded we came was dominated by a battery whichwe -
bathe, same way( and :it was so, couldn't locate, was advanced BUCKEYE NURSERIES r ii'r

II they:were lying, on their faces, bayoneted against by the German infantry, under 1036 CITIZENS BANE BUILDING

in the back." heavy fire. They came on in TAMPA FLORIDA Gore

A:corporal: and two privates of the one 'long never-ending stream, while

Black:Watch, all wounded, who have our rifle and gun fire tore hideous

,just',arrived in London from ,the gaps through their ranks. BucteyeTreesBeariiiiiMiiimimiMiiiiiitMiimtiiiiiiiiiiiiimn FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMDALMERS.lh .
front were surrounded by, 'a crowdof i ''"The Red Cross men say that in

admirers f and loudly cheered. front of, that position alone sixteen < REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

Two were wounded in, the hands hundred dead and wounded were
'
and,,the':third in the legs, and have picked up after the fight was over. I COMPARE

been 'invalided. home for ''a period'the -' Our loss 'was not more than twentyof

shorter the sweeter? they re- all ranks. CONWAY NURSERIES i OUR FURNITUREWe

marked, as they, are all very keen to "What we are all wondering is how

+ .get'backto'the'fighting' : 'lin long the Germans can keep up this GROWERS AND DEALERS IN .
provide the quality of furniture that has
All spoke derisively of the German sort of thing. I have seen our cavalry long
infantry' fire. ','l 1; would let a hundred' :thrown --into confusion merely All Leading Varieties of Citrus Fruits been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
of them;have a pop. at a bottleshootingVrange because the horses shied at the heapsof
It wouldn'tbe here were otherwise. We can't make
and there'd be nae dead bodies they had to tread over R. T. PEEL, Proprietor.
this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
glass ," remarked one of them when attempts were made to clear
ytn' Local Salesman this business, and that means much to any buyer.
,
; our front of the advancing Germans. .
'" 'Glen St. Mary Nurseries '' : REAL ESTATE t
ifc wasp: at; Mons that the Black Sergeant Major. MacDermott statesin ". ,
Watch came into action."We traveled a letter: Box 11, R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando, Florida. MeNiLL & DAVIS BLOCK

246'knesin.: 'five and a half days before I "We're wonderfully cheerful, and 924tfWHERE ,

;Jwe 'came to, grips," one of the happy as barelegged urchins scam- 'tllllllllllllllllllllll eall'C"1181"'OC"'I'111 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.T' .

trio :.explained,' "and you can guesswe pering over the fields. Not that L .J

were. ,not. feelin'' fresh when we there's much play for us. It's all I - -
started oar shootin' match: work, fighting and fighting and work- SHALL GO TO SCHOOL ? - ,
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had backs weigh- musn't think ----- ,
"We" our though -
packs on ing again, you I ------ --- ------
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lug'90',p;unc s. In these we carried I'm grumbling, for 'I'm not. FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

.something f eat as well as bullets. "I am writing to you with the en- FOR WOMEN 5X GAINESVILLE

I had 'a tin of jam in mine, and next emy's shells bursting and screaming TALLAHASSEE.

day I',fod .a, German bullet in the overhead. Though their artillery has College of Arts and Sciences;Normal School; -
tilL ',Thiif must have, got 'in >when I been making.a fiendish row all along School of Music; School of Expression;
School of Art: Extension Division; Graduate S Colleges and Dirisions: Liberal Arts:
ducked tai a volley-there was no our front, we haven't seen as muchas School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming Law: Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers
basket ball and tennis courts and College, Experiment StationExtension
pool: new Di-
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tune'to tag trenches. a mosquito's eyelash to shoot at modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormi- vision; Graduate School Ten new brick build- 76BUYERS
Here the corporal took up the nar- That's why I'm able,to write and why tories have all modern conveniences; new' ings besides gymnasium swimming pool and
dining room and kitchen most hygienic in zany subsidiary buildings. 61 officers, Instructors -
,r,tive.' *,C want to let the public some of, us are able to take a bit of Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 coonties and assistants. 354 young men

-know; how the Black/Watch: went rest, while the others keep 'dick.! and TUITION 12 states FREE last session.in College and Normal foreign i countries Florida eovatiei last session.and 24 States.. and

through 'it Well, it was a terrible "It's the quantity not the quality School Bcrrd and entrance fees for the TUITION FREE, Board and Entrance Fees.$13UO TO SHARE IN PROFITS
; ,
rear $124.00. For catalogue write per year. Write today for
bit of wok,but our fellows stuck' to of:the German shells that are having EDWARD CONRADL President A. A. MURPHREE President LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS

their,ground like menthe men of the effect on us, and it's not.so much the .

bulldog breed the ,kiddies sing. about actual damage to life as the nerve- tflfllilllHimMlimifjIllilMIIMMMiiMIIMfMMJMes Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
at'school } racking noise that counts for so 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction -

"The Germans were as thick i as the much. Townsmen who are used to during that time:

Highland:; heather, and by sheer the noise of the streets can stand it ROLLINS S COLLEGE[ [ Winter Paik

weight".forced us 'back step ,by: step. a lot better than the countrymen, and Touring Car $555.00

But we- Bad our orders, and everyman I, think you will. find that by far the Runabout 505.00
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: ; tackjto them, and until the,orr fittest men are those of regiments recruited ( College aid Most Beautiful Grounds IB Florida
B. Orlando. All ears folly equipped.
1 F. 0.
,den'came hot a.living'.man; flinched. in the big cities. .
"We'[strick, there popping off the I "A London lad near me says it's no College, Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Arte, Domestic Farther, we will be able to obtain the maxiaaiB efficiency :t'
I and Industrial Arts Business Teacher's Course. production and the minimem cost ia ear I
in car factory
Germans as fast as we could, and all worse'than the roar of motor omni- and ides departments if we reach an cubit .f '
'around' ukj; the _German, shells were buses in,the city on a busy day. Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection SlUOI pvrehasing can between the above dates. 1'I

bursting... {UXnd,..fa. he thick ,pt:it' we ,.fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter miflioa dol. And should we reach this production, we agree to pay u j
were singing; Harry- Lander's' latest"Aye BUSY DOLLARS Jar endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ, the buyer's ahare from UI to Mt per .ear (In er. abort !
Aagut 1.U15) to every retail barer who purchases a new ':""
'
iddie,"".hi added, "it'-was They are the kind that go out hunt- a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new Ford car between August 1, lilt and Aagut 1, 1)15. ;

grand; 'all around us were: the dead ing for other dollars to keep them rooms for business school, full banking equipment New For further partkilan regarding these low prices and proSt'haring 1

.end. dyingr sand: 'every now:' and then company for )'Oul.benefit You can chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every plan tee .,.

"the German shells'would burst, and keep your dollars busy all the time modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water. F. G. RUSH, 'i':, '

:as we peppered away at 'emvwe sang by; advertising in the Daily Morning Preparation for engineering course. :
a about:'Roamin* in the:gloaminV and Sentinel. Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, Phone 226

:'The. Lass'' of Kflliecrankie..', Christian but undenominational; expenses moderate. '

"At-:,timss the odds' at-'tioree hundred The carrier is not the' person to Scholarships available. For catalogue address

yards7were not three to'one, but entrust with a change of address for

twenty-fivV.to'one." your paper%; When you move,fon that WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN, ,
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A'aance corporal of,the Connaught day telephone_24 and,leave. an order.
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_",, .Bangers' .;tSUted, ( You'll get, your Sentinel the next Ph. D.,'LL D. President.UIIMitMHilillilimMIMMMMIllMIIIIMMM. Subscribe for the Sentinel.

The disconcerting thing fa battles morning at the new address., *
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t : ;Til: : ;W.. C. :CROOM, HEADS STATE, I CANDIDATES GET .BACK, 73 ,PER. I SMALL BOY DROWNED AT_PASSAGRILLE !
. JWUIYSetftel BANK AT JACKSONVILLE CENT. ASSESSMENT : r.

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.h I j. ;_ YR ;Jacksonville Metropolis: At a'meeting Acting under instructions of chairman St. Petersburg,' FUu, Sept. 24.Whfle .- .
k p i. : of directors of the Seth Woodruff of the Orange his father was eagerly await-
!EJOBAK ie -, war. **i (Knurbitand of the board '.
t State Bank of Florida held yesterday county Democratic executive committee the of boat at the Pass-
;F 'at tbs WBtofiet at"Orlando.. Floe afternoon, W. C.. Croom was .unanimously Secretary and Treasurer Josiah a-Grille'"dock.
', i ida. .M Second Out Matt Matter. '
\. elected president of the insti' Ferris has mailed to each- of the candidates old son of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Canode,

i'S t Q KATES tution in place of Dr., John C. L'En- in the primary June 2nd a fell 'from the pier and was drowned .

Dally 1 Tear'.Ii..i....r........ A DtD gle, ,deceased.' check for his pro rata share of the before his presence was missed. In "" ,
_ ItJ Daily. I Moatta ............. .. .... 2.50
j1 i1\3 a Month w.......!.""."!..:..... .US The election of,Mr. Croom as president -,assessment paid in. Each candidate the excitement attending the dockingof
r rJ D.t4.1 Month ..................i. .. 'Ji was the request of Dr. L'Engle .receives ,73 cents on the dallar, the the boat he was waiting for, Mr.

/!1 Wtddr. .1 .Tear ...................... 11.00. prior to his death, which occurred on I expenses of conducting the primary Canode for the moment forgot to keep
i f'i'S i W.d1y.Mont1n '...:....,............ .7* the 9th tost ,in his 75th year. Mr. being very light, the principal item his eye on the little boy, and it is
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J.) ALL BUBSOUPTIONg PATABLB IN Croom had for a long time been vice- of expense being the school of instruction not known how he came to fall off.

)' ADV ANCIIS' president ,and is,one of the most popular for inspectors and clerks. His absence was not noted until Mr.
; bank officials in the city., He I The total amount paid in by candi- Canode started for home. After a

I:a ,TolDv&mus, --:- : and Dr. L' ngle were always close 1 dates was $314.50 and the expendi- two hours' search the boy was found -

,. Cw! far War ui aD',.tk r HIt personal as well as business friends. tures by the committee amounted to !lodged against one of the piles of the

I!:I i aJwtkh.Me* .f tk.-asst 8 w* kawM,a, later ia at than tlu bulBMtMe 2 p.'r. This bank was founded by Edward $83.85, leaving a balance of $230.65. I pier.Mr. '
I;tt> 4>y WIn y. Hfitltn Tib nl ante M. L'Engle, brother of above ,de- The checks mailed to the candidates Canode is postmaster and '
,Irt fer.cMtnct' a4ratbfa: it to
;|H iarariaUe* ckuffM and will ke rtrirtly.adhere ... ceased. The ''founder died here in i totaled $228.86, leaving $1.79 in the wharfmaster at Pass-a-Grille. With : 'HOME[

l ,' 1890, leaving all his estate to his bank to the credit of the committee.A Mrs. Canode, he left last evening for :

,i Sufctcriben' dairlns.The Seentind 'dfceoni wife" and son, E. M. L'Engle, Jr. He' Huntington, W. Va., with the remainsto ,
tinned should notify the ofiee ia writing OB
t.the date of;expiration. otherwise ft will .. was "lawyer considerable ability. SCHOOL GIRL'S ROMANCE be interred in the family burial .
'I'1 eoaanned at.the molar roh eription. rato,,
untfl node to stop ta recei ed. grounds. : a
Y t t CHANGE IN A. C. L. SCHEDULE Miss Lillian Conner, of Tangerine, ,. [ SIn

' t:! FRIDAY,': SEPTEMBER, 19lt.l ABOUT OCTOBER 15th I a pupil of the Cathedral school, and LAUNDRYYour : IffCI
,- an expected member of the coming I
J The Atlantic Coast Line has been graduating class, gave a great sur- general laundry work, French : '
, t1 i} 'How: cords"of .wood are weloitered dry cleaning, and pressing will be
many. giving the best passenger service in prise to her friends by breaking the apI
foran,electric fan! the history of 'that road during the bonds of school e and entering the preciated.guaranteed. Satisfaction Open September and service 28th. I e spring time young men's

: o. past summer, and this service will be bonds of matrimony. On Saturday Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry, thoughts turn to love in Fall
It\ When the war will end is one question for whites ;
only. 9-25-tf
further improved about October 15th. evening, September 12th, accompa- :
time
and whom it will end is'another.I wives and housekeepers
.- .The schedule of that popular train, nied by, her mother and Mr. LesterW. t'
1 a the Tampa, Special, will be changedand Verigan, of Lakeland, and carry- FOR SALE-Five gallon nickel plated : turn to thoughts of the rejuve-
coffee urn, as good as new, at a
There; :was.D enough Bull, Moosenrote it will be made more special The ing a marriage license from the Or- bargain. M. C. Broome, Box 573. nation of their homes. Hubby
! < left'to Maine to form airing: to time.between Jacksonville and Tampa ange county court, a visit was madeto 9-25-6t : might energetically kick at the

thiow My.Hat Into.: will be shortened twenty minutes. the principal of the Cathedral 1 high cost of living, and maybe
1 a FOR RENT-Two rooms for light
school, who, after he had recovered
!r It is difficult to remember that theme housekeeping, with aH modern conI justly so, but the echo of his
STATE NEWS NOTES from his astonishment, tied the nup- veniences.
Inquire 312 E. South St.
:
:was, when. Spain was ,rated the tial knot The couple will probably 9-25-6t protest against beautifying his

\greatest nation on earth. Bird Latham, a St. Petersburg reside in Lakeland where the groom II home would be so modest as to

P aviator, and Heine Evers, a German has business interests. T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. be almost unheard.
. If-lingGeorge
of England is said to Conscientious work at fair prices. '
airman will make the
try to trip
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf "
husband inrope '
;be the worst henpecked -
from Lake Conneaut,' Pa., to $t. Pe- BASKET BALL GAME TONIGHT I

I and his.pictures look the pail tersburg, in, an airboat which they You'll have to confess, it's in the : Let
built themselves. There will be a warm basket ball Sentinel. : US help you do
il''A,West Virginia man has married '- contest at the armory tonight be- I

Jijoun 'lady.named Mandolin. He's The old forts at Dry Tortugas, Key tween the Orlando team and the team Get the news in the Sentinel first. your planning
r robably.picking on her by this time. the Orlando rifles. The II II
r West, which cost.the government millions representing Our stock of HouseFurnish.ings .
lR -0waris -- have been sold to a private corporation teams are very evenly matched and a I
I'h1fhe' 'deatloJingJriendships, and .are being demolished.The close contest is anticipated. The pro- I I now that our NEW GOODS

'Battleships and courtships, but it is [ fort was once considered impreg- ceeds will go to the Red Cross fund. have arrived is positively com-
l&ntafacturing hardships for Europe. nable. i I plete.

ti:) 0 The Dutton bank and the Gaines- McCULLOCII'SDepartment iI

: I t'ViUa: is no piker and he does not The Osceola county commissioners ville National bank, both in Gaines- -

propose to be..overlooked on the frqnt :st aside a certain portion of the ville, have consolidated. The new We can cater for Style
any
j&ges. Hit revolution may last as publicity fund, of 400 subscriptions combine will operate under the char- .
Store
r ngas, the world war.'iThe to' each of three county papers, which ter of the latter institution. any Effect .

l 1 0 will be sent to people in other'states, I, -
alies are trying to make an i seeking information about Florida. Try Sentinel classified advertise-

; 'c iad run around ,the German army ments if wanting to buy, sell'or rent Take
}lid at the same time bucking theAnter. According to the Sarasota Times, They are money makers.MiMMHiimmitmiM. Jelly Tumblers Your Choice

,It's hard to tell who has' ei.l over, .4,000,000 celery plants will be
; I < Of any of these new decorative
used in setting 'out the 75 acres re-
Fruit Jars
J ;Y .0f ..,. J served for celery, at the Sarasota- weaves and re-beautify your
.}Un1es the wars within the Venice, faijns,, ,. Ridgev: Plant- : T.. F. HOURfflAN home-and possibly rejuvenate
thee months there will be little I.
lkext- -:: ing has already begun. your husband by so doingthatis
k '
f.Ijanri in' the' style of women'shothea .Licensed Plumber and allldndsPFeseing
if he needs it
,( :next summer, lace curtains Four car loads of equipment of the Sanitary Engineer

'Pin:being, fashionable. marines, formerly' stationed at Pen- Estimate Furnished. Jobbing NEW CRETONES
J t 0 sacola, have been shipped to Philadel- Promptly Attended to.

?!Napoleon is said to have- .predicted. phia, instead of the Florida port,and PHONE 629 ettles NEW SCOTCH MADRAS .

{ treat¢uryw. ." : uld. see Europe eith-. the marines themselves will go .there, 106 Court Street
: i i republican. or Cossack.' The time from' their present station at Vera New BUNGALOW MADRAS

'!jtaiit; Will expire to a few years and Cruz. eiLANBO, FLORIDAHMIMMMMMIHIMItili ; Oral't AveBH. NEW CANVAS CLOTHS
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,tite prophecy may. come true. kl-lm
]\\ --o--' i I Don't forget the Sentinel want ads. NEW LACE CLOTHS

y \ti\Florida editors unable to buy a bale NEW EMBROIDERYSWISS
rccotton may at least.agree to wearslcks
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;.. now' that winter is apprpach-. ,IIIMMIIMUIIIIilMMMMMiiMIMIIimiMlimiiMimiitlllMtimimtlMiFresh. .
i i.If ,Rube AMyn will, start then PLAIN AND FANCYGRENADINES

\';''vement ail hands. will join in. GARDEN SEEDS

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:' Il l! le historian who tries to'write, a NEW BURLAPS

t history of the European war from the \ -11TMcFLROY'S -- "-

reports{ ,the censors allow. to pass THE NEW PILGRIM
: through will go down in history as DENNIES
the superiorof.Baron Munchausen. PHARMACY
The NEW GENEVA CLOTHS
sir .
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\ t nimiMimmiminnuiiiimmiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiimMiHTasty THE NEW MARQUISETTES
,;National bankers who have acted

o ;the theory that ,emergency cur- THE NEW SCRIMS
rc acy has been issued for their profitane
:will do well to heed Secretary NEW CANVAS CLOTHS

M a&Adao's. warning to the contrary.
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designed ., "., .. '. .. .: e -
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(Elflerfcency currency was 9 ,
'( primarily for the.relief ,of the people ,t : I We can help you with color
attunes, 'when for any reason finance {, ," schemes. Try us
cik stringency was prevalent ;

Jsjfc, has happened more than once
tb>4t what is called, a scarcity of New Jewelry

rn'ney: ,was due to the,position,taken
bji'sorae),; if not all bankers. There is

Its mire: 'hoarded than. ,one'when wat.it is hoari'locked money.up in Pretty New Laveliers Pretty New Ladies' Watches [

sale deposit vaults. It is, hoarded Pretty New Rings
{ New Pearl Beads
1' .wiien loans .are called arbitrarily. IIi Pretty iJH
ouded when credit is refused ex- Pretty New Bracelets
Brooches
New
s celt at exorbitant rates. Pretty New Waldermar Chains Pretty .
r he deposit of public funds in'banks
j .
Pretty New Tie Clasps
New
at i.the issue of emergency notes are Pretty Coat Chains
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: wi oily- within the' discretion of the Pretty New Cuff Buttons ; Pretty New ChatelainPinsT.I1.vanstheJeweler
t secretary of .the treasury. In both

'ca!es he acts to,behalf of the people. .
>4 If!through the greed of bankers the < .

cuirency,thus put into,circulation and .
th|credit thus made available are ,to

f be j cornered,,-it is idle to place any

dependence,|relief:which upon'temporary in other measuresof countries .I

s 'wc.,t o perfection. DICK O .IV[ CO.

irritating! as the attitude' assumed

many bankers has been,.it servesa

,. .1 ieful purpose:in proving anew the
r don' of the new federal reserve DEPARTMENTAL STORE
b king and currency system., When
*+ thsi;goes intooperation. a few weeks

e,there will be no further monopolization ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PUCE
> of, money ,and credit ink ..., OPPOSITE P06TOFFICE , '
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disciple* of yak'Waltoa Orlando : THEATRE BUICK: CARAT
TUNHt*, and.vicinity are.making preparations

:im QKjuiM,FIJI ** to:.go,.. ova and. try'their luck. ., 'Ope 2 p.,m. and 6:30 p. .. SACRIFICE: -

.J _Admission 5 cents
.
l; .* x.*:' Mr.: l.i J. Newell, of the Newell
w Aotemn .b< ':* Electric'company,has returned from -
g>a oft Wefaisdny, acMr. MIIMMMMHIMMIIilHTODAY'S COOK AUTO CO.
tO't1. ,.{ Sorrento where he with a force of ,
'oaleadar
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;,f-'" ,' ?"l men:has ,been engaged installing, an, JIOGRAM "Get It AtI t Allen's"what

", -I i'I Ii ___ electric light plant in the home of Mr. Nestor. "Her Grave Mistake," with 11111111111111111111111111.THE .

i , jm. B.'Likens, of Gainesville 11e, Harre Bobbins. Murdock Macquarrie,,Lon Chancy and
ifl :the known Floridians Agnes Vernon.
well CATHEDRAL
tawijg SCHOOL RE
Powers. "The Tangle, with Grace . .
in .OrlaWo" today., :A 'large'n of pleasure and Cunard and Francis Ford. A deep OPENINGThe
Y" home seekers from Georgia and the mystery with startling climax.
-
Mr.; . H. Bernard, the well known Carolina passed through Orlando Universal Universal Ike, Jr., in
Ii
ofa yesterday over the Atlantic CoastLine "Cupid's Victory," with Bobby Feuh- Cathedral school, on Lake Eola, I to Give Man \ _
liveryman, isthe; proud:pOMOcoor i rer and Louise Glaum. Produced by will begin its fifteenth annual ses- N a
? new'CverUod' car.' ; en route to Tampa and other Harry Edwards. sion on Wednesday, October 7th.
"I points in the southern part of the Brief exercises will open the sessionat -
:' ;Mr,'B.',P. Walters, of-DeLand, is a state.,I. NEW SCHOOL BUILDING OPEN ten o'clock, after which the pupils \
visitortlo; Orlando today. 'He is is a question that puzzles -_ _
f a FOR INSPECTION THIS of both boarding and day depart- some women
guest at,the San' Juan. adjourned{ session of W. C. T. AFTERNOONThe ments will be classified, and the lessons H let us help you solve this problem
;: I<) U. will be held in parlor of the Methodist assigned for the following day. come in and look at our


,Florida lalesnuin, is among the guestsat o'clock, to complete unfinished busi- building, at Magnolia and Livingstonavenues active one for I the board of Watch Fobs
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"the''Juan, today. ness. 'The is an important meeting has been completed and this trustees and the principal in prepara-
j'
\' -:---' and every*member is urged to be afternoon will be open to the inspection tion for the coming session. A large Scarf Pins H
Mr. E)W.;McCreary, a well known present; 4 v( of the public. The trustees, amount of work has been done on the -
,G Gainesville man, is. in Orlando for ,a .' Messrs. C. E. Howard, W. S. Branch, Cuff Linkswe
building, the IIH
including installation
.fewdai" ?, registered at the San Juan: 'Mr. F..'L.Gilbert, of Montana, has Jr., and Geo. W. Phillips, will act as the of ,
't') -" recently purchased from D. W. Curry a reception committee and will take new sewerage system, the paint- Y
to show
ing of Parkhfll hall, and the renovat- you anythingyou
Mr..afed.Mrs.'JC._ Bryan left Or.Iando the Belle Haven property, about two pleasure' in showing visitors through ing of the four buildings. Also there ase'w... nII
'yesterday ,n ternoon over the and' nehaIfmiles southeast of the the building.
has been introduced into
.Atlantic ,Coast Line'for Jacksonville city. Mr. Gilbert is a progressive Bishop Gray
and Baltimore. ;: farmer and has started out by bring- MODEL PACKING HOUSE EN. hall entire new, modern, up to date H
desks for both the study hall and the Allen&CoJewelers
t! ing to this place some fine horses, LARGED
primary. The incoming students
Mr.' 'W. E. Body, who has been cows,and hogs. of
whom unusual number
.
y; weeks ,at his old Under the supervision of ManagerW. an are expected -
: .a'Coffeyvflle, Miss., returned 'Mrs. C. B. Magruder left yesterdayfor W. Williams Dr. P. Phillips has will find a greatly beautified and ?
I 0 last evening. Roddedge on the East Coast, had his .Model packing house en.. improved school. D
k} -' where she will make her home for larged and placed in first class shapeto There will be twelve members of Reliable RepairingHliMMtMtltMMHMMIIIMM

: M r$. JlB.:'Mtgrader',left yesterday the'next'nine months. Mrs. Magru- handle the large quantity of fruit the faculty, four of whom are new, ii iiII
afternool i oven: the Atlantic CoastLine her ( the doctor ships each year. The plat- and have been chosen from a large

; ;for'!a. visit to, points in and ter. form has been extended to a lengthof list with regard to efficiency and

: .around faynesville, N.C. to, friends in that section, returning 150 feet and will now acocmmo- worth. The friends of the school will II
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". 1\; to Orlando in a couple of weeks. date five cars, while 2,500 feet of floor therefore indulge the hope that the uq
'Kr; Walter Detwfler 'a popular I I fCf space has been added to the packing year will be one of unusual prosper I
ity and achievement.
'commeroal "tourist" of Lakeland, is Mr: S*E. Shuping, of Greensboro, house proper.

invOrUu/do ,today making' I his headquarters N., d, ,has recently become identifiedwith All the machinery has been repainted I
CRIMINAL COURT 1 194wt'
', .'at'the- San. Juan the shoe department of'the Dick- and everything is in readinessfor ADJOURNED II =oaQ=
j ,,_;, son-Ives department store. He is an the opening of the season in about YESTERDAY :
Mr.. R;;\C. McNeice: ,. vice-president experienced shoe'man who will provea four weeks. Workmen are just com- !
: of the'Hi'C. Schrader company, Jack valuable addition to this big mer- pleting the making of 2,000 new field Criminal court adjourned the September -

'rwillespentyesterday'in; Orlandoin cantile establishment Mr. and Mrs. boxes, giving the Model a total of session yesterday afternoon at
"the interest. of ha firm. Shuping are stopping at ,the home of five thousand field boxes. two o'clock, two cases being disposedof ,
: 0' 'f during the day. A colored citizen _
\ Mrs. ,M. E. Limerick, on. North Or-
I Mr..') 'ace'Jt.: Merck, son of Dr. ange avenue. MISS GAYLE DAVIS ENTERTAINS of Winter Park pleaded guilty to

and! Mrs U. J.:Merck f left yesterdayfor petit larceny and was ,given foul Polish Your Silver
; 'Atlanta, Ga., where he,will spend Dr. and Mrs. Edward T. Poulson Wednesday evening Miss Gayle months on the roads in which to repent -
'the next two months with''relatives. and little daughter expect to arrivein Davis was the hostess at an informal A minor civil case was also
.- 'e'. Wrights Silver Cream ElectroSilicon.
Orlando this afternoon from their affair given for a few of the young heard. -
'
: The? puy tram foyer the Atlantic summer, vacation. Dr. Poulson will society folk, at the home of her mother .
,Coast;IJ e was in'Orlando yesterday occupy his ,pulpit! at the Baptist Mrs. M. B. Davis, on Lucerne Cir TO THE THEATER GOERS OF
;and, madrgladthe:hearts:and'replenialied church at both services Sunday and cle. The evening was enjoyably spentin ORLANDO

1 'tWrfexchequar of the company's win be glad to greet all members and dancing, and her guests were Owing to the fact that on previous Pick Your Teeth
emplOr= L friends of the congregation. The .subject found,to have mastered ,many of the feature, nights a great many people
t 1 t late dances. After dancing dainty were Compelled to stand through most
at the" evening service Sunday
:- :Mrqaas.s. TreaiAke"t OBC.of; Orlan- will be;*'A Changed Name." refreshments concluded the enjoyable thqserwho of,. tb performances can possibly, we do;:so urge, to attend all- With the Gold Medal Toothpicks

|f.do's I oldest..... winter readesU, arrived. evening. Those present'were\ Misses the matinee. In.doing this you
1 in'the-ty; : yesterday from Pough- Under its, new, managementMr.and Helen Warlow, Ruth Isaacson:, Dor- will not only accommodate the management -

;ke p8letN. Y; 'where he, ,has spent :Mrs. Henry.Bartlett-the Grand othy Johnson; Ella Slemons, Gayle friends.Remember but'yourself. as well as your

.,the" Rammer.- hotel has; made many changes that Davis, and Messrs. Donald Cheney, this is a Paramount production Potted Plants, Cut Flowers, Funeral
:' h add much to the attractiveness of William Beardall, Kendrick Guernsey, and is exceptional owing to Decorations.
Mrs., L:.: P. .Dean and -children:'and Randolph' Cobb, Glover Reeves. the appearance of the celebrated film Designs, Wedding

; Mrs. D.,'|1M. Topliff, 'who' have..been' favorite want, Mary every Pickford one to receive, consequentlywe all the .
I spendijBg'the summer ,at their, old cated<< -that it appeals to the business SCHOOL PATRONS, NOTICE comforts which the Grand is noted
| ; home in\Randolph'N. Y.' returned- tot visitor:and the pleasure tourist alike, for, in order that you may enjoy the THE SANITARY GROCERY
Orlando hst nifrht. and the new: management anticipates It would be well that as far as possible performance thoroughly. _
}' ", 1. their children ,GRAND AMUSEMENT CO. CARUTHERS & GORE
I supply
a large business from this time henceforth parents Mac TaHman, Mgr.T. .
I r' ':AmoRg'the new arrivals in, Orlando . with needed books and other material Phone 200
''is J.:'W;'Flower'and family, of Tamp this week in order that they may be .,F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
,who/:bave rented the'Partin house TEST THEM AND SEE prepared for work on Monday. 'Conscientious work at fair prices. 6&8E.PineStreetHiiniMMininn
::on
makeOrlando their home You've probably heard the story of

1 the little, Mississippi steamboat that KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS tllllllllllllllllllllllllllill' )iMMillltlMlltllH
4 Don't miss the ,great annual sale, had such a big whistle that every -
..'.beginning.Friday; September, 24, and time.it blew the boat stopped That's All members of Welcome' LodgeNo.
('continuing, sixteen-days. New goods the way with,some newspapers about 9 are requested to be present at
tat sacrifice' the'regular:: meeting Friday, September -
prices; at H. .Kanner'a their value as an advertising medium.
New 25th at 7:30 p. m. Work in the
YorkBargain.Store.. Wetrynot to blow too boisterously.Our
;,. { smaty ads. are giving a lot of rank of Page. All visiting nights .
''Mr. Lloyd S.-'Teany and family arrived folks satisfaction. You test them and will be cordially welcomed.
:.: 'hoae MURRY S. KING, C. C.
last'night from a'very! see.
pleasant::vacation spent\in New York

|,state. Mr.Tcnny going by Gainesvilleto i NOTICE T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
'atteadhhe'citrus- seminar.LL Conscientious work at fair prices.
- Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf
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.: The ladies of the Presbyterian 19 15 Hudson "40" Here
Eat .whit. yon want:. church will sell home made cakes Eat all you want. .
,Eat all yon want and candy at the YowellDuckworthstore Eat what you want.
: Tak ijpostKript and forget it. ,
Take a postscript and forget it.
For sale by all .druggists. Saturday from 4to 9 p. m.
For sale by all druggists.

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Drop in and see the "SIX" that

K4INY WEATHER- .

I oversold the output by over 3,000


V F Should find your automobile under shelter when not in ..

"" ". : actual service., We have large storage ,capacity, and for cars last year. :

day storage there is not a cent charge...you are perfectly -
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rv"' : welcome at all times, and when it comes to service, weT

never tire. No matter what make car you own.-.Cadillac .

: {\ Overland, Buick, Hudson Studebaker, Reo,. Ford jor "

? Mitchell,. they all have the same ,careful treatment.
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was :< ;lIG. IT. s C. Laths and Shingles
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rJ'"J' + _Herbert_ Temple-: :European.Mancer MUNNlMAJ. illS :*J 'j Twenty ,acres,

: $ : of the ,International .News about 18
; Notkw .rf Lost. wanted For SaU FM
Serviee.jondon But etc,,far this column. Uc for one die grape fruit trees \NAIR LIMBER
q I ,'Sept'23. -f How .a black cat Got' for three days dr 11.00 for CM week. for 1,000 boxes now
23 words or last; Money must accompany
t wv the British fleet:'fsink ,several' fee adwttisastia for, this eoluma M '.M sire this

F, 1 Gtvman', warships'0> : off) tgg. o,and. iIi t f tiIertJou It will",.be: '\ made on oedit giving two fine

.told'in:a letter from';Alfred;Bishop; FOB. SALE-:Guavas, window sash, Lake Gatlin in
: ,who was in the fight single doors, pine and oak wood. three other lakeS I ORLANDO
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|The cat is.the"mascot'of'one ofthe, Call at ,735 N. Orange' avenue. F. A $12,000 or $6,000
1.British cruisers : Lewter. 9-16-6t better in
and, was on deckt&agho9t .

:'the _engagement:, She is FOR SALE-One or both of a team peatedly refused

' b immensely 'popular nod and .in,dangw of black mares,: weight 1100 and count of sickness Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
1200. Good drivers, single or double.: ,
k' of,.becoming"spoiled. {f. : :4 to Florida to live
C.'a E.Enlow,Winter Park; Fla.
i" U ,'*'0ur.::dear. little bI ck111ck1.kitte i 9-18-tf ; \ f Two 3 acre :

'1 .eat' and our :;foremost gun-' during, lando-fine lake : : : ::::::::***+*
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'''tlie whole :of f the, battle and wasn't FOR SALE-Good driving horse, will borhood, good j IIMMtlllilllllMMMmCiMH,

fJ frightened:vat'.all,:only when we..first work I anywhere; new sale.one-horse surburban homes. I I

', started firing. &afterwards she Macey Magnolia wagon.House corner Quick of South Apply and $2,000. : ,

Wand licked herself. We all kissed Boone streets. 9246tI I 10 acres all : E-crSJN"ESS:

a her, afterwards," writes'Bishop.. ,' I Lake Ivanhoe I
:
SALESeven house 21-2
Before we started, fighting we FOR* room ; splendid land :
ji 'acres best garden land; 125 small
were all very nervous, but after ;we budded orange trees. Inquire L. Box The,stucco :

Y'f\ jofcttd in we were all happy and -- ,
1 off us:laughing .till it was finished. Cluster completed-buflt; I
Sale-Silver Grapefruit .
'Then we all sobbed and cried. wFor,'"and'.,Valencia. late orange buds. venience large : most important ones come through the right banking con.

f\ Even :if I:'.never come back'don'tthtek Vigorous stock, see 1 'year; 75c 2.. beautifully :
.,1 ;I've died.a painful death. Ev- years old9.23.2m for $6,000, good : Association is the keynote of all business success. We

\\t erytiung yesterday. was quick as H. C. McDANIEL. you to an account with us where inter-
open
personal
: a
i ..ligh4ning. FOR SALE-One cylinder, 4 h. p. Reel's Steam .

{11..f "We were in.action on Friday morning Excelsior motorcycle, 1913 model unloaded a car : is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
in, first class condition. Cheap for
oft Heligoland.: I:had'a.piece of machinery and ,
Concordavenue'
p cash. :Apply at 306 West
i''sh H',as'big as the. ,palmLof my-hand, 9-16-6t wash: department

'7 go'{through my' trousers, and as my 14th.
fj '.trovers, , legs C were' blowing in the WANTED TO SELL, or trade for On account of : BANK TRUST CO.
real, 'estate, five
,, I my passenger
,breeze I.think.I. ;; ,was. very. luckyTom -- Mitchell in good repair. A. L Beck. chines not yet :
.; .. ?-Thorns, _writing to his, mother 9-18-2w his complete

, rptlCrawley;. Sussex f f FOR 'SALE-Forty of fine ing until U UltIttIti I WI mfl1litwIuunnuunnnnnnnm## '
Agun room officer in battlecruiser acres If want the
a. you ,
hammock land; eight in grove; the _ _
writes: of will be from 654 or drop a :
''The particular ship we were engaged 750 present to 1,000 crop boxes oranges; 500 trees all told, REEL'S " ==111'' I'III' iltlMIMI:

; with was'in a' pitiful plight ready for setting-10 acres in lake, For whites MMIIIIMIHtfQCLOTHING
one and quarter miles from Apopka. II It
wWrwe' had finished
with her-her
'If Price, $5,000. Address W. H., Box '
''fumels', shot away, masts tottering, I 178,Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf TREES :

greet:;gaps of,daylight in her sides, I The Terra Ceia :
(i fie and flame .belching from hereverywhere. I FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. sale the Walters I
I of Frank Pine Cas-
Inquire Phillips, variety of
,
; She speedly heeled I
: tle. 9-18-tf
I. three years old, :
oveaad'sank'u. e.a stone stern
four years old ;
first- ,i So faros' .is blown none of her'Pcrepwas 'i FOR SALE OR RENT-House and the Heart's

saved, She was gamete the I with all conveniences; unfurnished at year old buds : Our new stock of .
S 1106 West Concord Ave.; price reasonable -
rough lemon
') st7 let Jt be said;;her 4r flagflying till I to small family. ,Also on.'second condition. I .

r,she*sank,'.ltei'g barking.till they floor of 201 West Concord Ave.. a TERRA CEIA :
could bark more suite of three rooms with bath and '
t ,no' toilet. This suite is arranged for J. I and Winter
1' "Although we ourselves suffered housekeeping, all furnished, two Correspondence Clothing
'
I;no less we had, ;some \very narrow additional:rooms might be arrangedfor

!:escapes rtu'ee.torpedoes ',were observed if desired. See Wm. L. Coryelel, NEW 0
201 West Concord Ave. 9-23-6t
: to ,pass. us,:one. within. a .few. , Removes I
", (Concord Avenue is o be paved). '
feet: Fourrnch.-shell.. too, fell short kinds. No money by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in
sfied. Dr. C. W. ,
or ahead of1&
were The sea was FOR RENT
Bldg., Lafayette
9 alive, : with the enemy's submarines., 9-13-10t '
;whir ho-.yeyer"did' 'us no damage. FOR RENT we are anxious for you to see our

1 They should not be under-rated, these Rooms for light housekeeping; mod

;:Germans, They've got 'guts.' ThatI ern,: up to date; furnished or unfur- and class Best
Styles high tailoring
nished; on Lucerne Circle; with gar- ;

I cruiser did.not think,' apparently. .,. of den,',fruit i'and flowers., ,See. J. F. ne Cat "
'"/surrender.. '' Watkins., 9-24-tf e
.' -- in the
3. FOR RENT 191t'J city to buy clothing.

: .MATTLANDMaitland Fourteen room house; modern, up-

.------ to-date;.partly furnished; on Lucerne (Formerly known
Circle with garden, fruit and flower
Pie', Sept 23.=-Dr.,Tucker ; REOPENS
J. F. Watkins., 7.s- &w.tf. '
: '1 nd family are home from'Geor* A Boarding and W. M. SLEMONS
1'gia/here.they spent the summer. FOR: RENT-Six. 'rooms for light Regular and
," Miss MargaretZiesing's, marriage housekeeping. Furnished or unfurn- Intermediate and
Musk-Art-
ished. Street.
Apply409, DeLaney
to',Mr. Mark. Davis Rector will takeplace 9-22-tf., Domestic Science
"
j and Surrounding*
: at they familyresidence.: Careful Home
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q. I IcovUlinois, :WedneSday, .October 7th.MisssZiesing FOR RENT-Five room cottage with Low Rate . . 1111111111111111111
all modern conveniences.
,is,'a daughter of Mr. Inquire Rev. .Roderick P.
.
404 West Church'street. 9-20-2t Rector.

,::Augast'on' Ziesing'Lake Maitland., whose grove The family is situated FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with I' : IIIIIIII \\\\\"1 1 tilt 1 1 1 M t li t\\\\\\1 i it itii\\t Ml i 1 1 iff\\\\\\\ ,\\\\\t\\

j spend the winter months at the Mait- garage; elegantly furnished; on

it "land T.Ian.. 'ft 4'ri Lake 8-27-tf'Lucerne. Jas. ,A.. KnOx. Dudley I Mftfr1wtCame
i S41jflar,7J
\. Half of,the new: fence'is up around ,.... -.,
the'Maitknd:Inn}and;isi: great(;improvement. . '

t: .. Wecertainlylike"to seethe 'MISCELLANEOUSWANTEDBy

places taken care of .while theowilara
young married couple Blue Printing
are North', but m&nyof.: them rooms for' light housekeeping al ent office TheyWereto '
t !'PeOPjO .return the year round with private family general

'k have. little .care. until time, for the Answer by'mail, Box 727 city. tives in color or

tr "' .. 9-23-2t .

;a 1@@i ;. 'BLUE MONDAY A GOOD COW WANTED by G. R. Y '

"It:is getting""to'be that many persons Banks, 42 Lakeview'avenue. be Married Soon

: :'hardly+ .dare .look ,at the Mon.. .WANTED tenant for 8 acres of
day morning truck land, 5 house
: issues. 'of the news- room ; arrange- .
; i 'for'fear of the deaths ment made for' keeping poultry; one
papers seeing
mile from the court house Call at t\\
through violence ol'some, friend, says 703,Wes Central avenue, 9-19-3t. Woodl 1 1 1 to us to see what it would) cost them to furnish a modern home of

Philadelphia.Enquirer. he,catalogueI
km or five rooms. They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable!
of Sunday accidents has become a WANTED00: sour orange; 400
available for the of their
I l fixeC.feature; and one marvels how grapefruit stock, 2 or 3 years old; Excellent the amount ot money which they had furnishing
must be ,thrifty, good. State pricein
made peices prohibitive.
people can be careless.. On a re- reply. Address "Grower," 'care'of plied in expensive
'' l e J Monday morning. .the newspapers, Sentinel .-_, 9-19-6td&w They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.

,,chronicled the death of 18' persons FURNISHED ROOMS-An excel offered a few suggestions and gave. them seme new ideas. They were

'f in automobile accidents alone, ,while lent'location._ Apply 418South, LakeSt. i, SPECIAL pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they

:; wounded; and a scoWjor more were 9-23-pm they should want. .

a badly hurt :Then there. were deathsfronidrowniig LOST-Gold cross and chain; .ross After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doing
either,of swimmers about two inches long, with small
or back and their
came placed or-
with their they
of; those> 'who 'go:down to, rivers 'and diamond. Reward if returned to this best possible appropriation

'lakes in ,boats without being fool.. office. 9-22-3t / with us.This.
is example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are
proof.: The:French say that the Eng. POSITION WANTED-By well edu- a typical

I dish ;fake their 'pleasure sadly. We cated man, as chauffeur. Temperate Kit

|stake oars in deadly fashion There is .honest and industrious; careful South We carry an extensive stock of serviceable, attractive hcmefurnishings

I ,no eicuse.for this recklessness., driver. If you have .work for a the best. Your
Human man of these qualifications, address from the lowest priced which are good, to very appro

new minutes life is of more account than a "Chauffeur," care Sentinel 9-22-6t 9-1-lm for furnishing your home may be anything from $175 toicooor more
saved
by putting on extra
s BOARD AND ROOMS-House newly can make the most of it with us.
speed or, the joy."of seeing timid ones furnished and remodeled. Northern you .
scared ,while,the'boat
is
rocked. We
: and week.
cooking.. $5 $6 per
i bring (these things on ourselves by Excellent location. Magnolia House, Under and by
closure and sale,
our supineness.; The annual violent corner South and Boone streets. Mrs. James W. Perkins

z deaths.in this country,'are more than Marie Lewis, manager. 9+1m dicial Circuit of the Kincaid & SnowdenFiroitore
1.ver in Chancery for
occurred in
modern
a b
have 1 '1Q000homicideia ttle. We FOR SALE-A No. .1 saddle mare, cause pending in
State Bank of ,
year and sev. or buggy horse. Address, care complainant, and
railtimes: that ,many"idenL Wright's, Box 567. 9-2-tf M.. Groover are

deaths.' 'It' all means that we, must as Special Master of Character at Popular Prices
I II.
take' more NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet the highest bidder
precautions. Unless. were potato slips .at $1.75 per 1,000. Court House door in
witingto quit life cheerfully ndEFw.r I.Quick delivery.- Cash. Apopka Plant the legal MONDAY.hours of : Pine Sts. Orlando Florida
and
: .to slay:others, 'with CC composure -:and Co.. Apopka, ,Fla. 5-24-tf, the mortgaged Main ,
until ,the latter to-wit
k '.;.willingly resign themselves I Who is your painter and decorator? decree The northwest: .. .. ..! t t l! ...t tlt \ t"\\\\\ ! :: ! ! !
to their .
'fate- it is incum I If you are.satisfied keep the one you quarter of section .. ___ __ . __ - .,- -- - -- - ' -
6 [bent onus to. take more precautions. I have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican ty (22) south of =
Who" Ne. less one acre square WOOD FOR SALE FOR SALE
"t ".wants, to, sacrifice- his, life for .696. 1-20-tf thereof, situate, for every one in towm to
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nothing .Yet every one of,, those WOOD.. COAL AND ICE of Orange and State n,' the painter, before
mentioned Purchaser to pay Am too busy to look you I will Nsrsery stock,, one, two, three and
who went
to their deatlfonrSandaywM Wood For the month of August
$1.59'a strand Hand's four old DUds
I up. I 636, and I will be on the at 85 cents year ; Foster Early,
sell at farm pine per
kSled with.the Joy .of Coal Yard, phone;566. 9.31UDon't 1-20-tf my Pineapple, Java,
life aad'ragfet. I ,Massey 4 c Wariow. strand, and oak at. $1.00; also some Hoaosassa, Wash.
: -.. '. to Wlived-Io*" <'* - e, andiseftafives. ,!' :: ,Solicitors saw logs,cheap.' A. S. Hodges, R. 1, ington Navel Addresi Mrs. M. Kahle

:? U .'.q V"i. forget. the Sentinel. want ads.I 1914.The,to sale October is 5, ads the thing. Orlando. 7.30.1m Apopka, FIa. Phone 2222. 313.tfr i

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: : 'OAKLAND"STURDY : MODEL 37 TOURING CAR, $1285.00, DELIVERED

: '. Stylish, comf ltab pleasure car, seating five passengers
:: p ;r : AS THE OAK" with room to spare. The graceful, low "NEW OAK-
..LAND/'stream: line body, the German silver V shaped
'
I l I flG"TkNGS:- .'for&OaklandMhe "NEW OAKLAND 1 a radiator, the heavy crown fenders and the broad run-

'" \ _. .. :car: a year in advance ,of all others { ning boards, give it beauty and style.unsurpased even in
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the highest priced "
The
,L fJ .. .. ':. ', cars. "NEW OAKLAND, Model
> 37, is a unity of beauty, power, economy and servicea
News Beauty;:.-X More Power X Greater Economy X Utmost Comfort ti- ( car you will be proud to drive alongside of the best -of

f'i'1t ,. ... them and enjoy the comparison.The .
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'f. : '
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J.".',"i; <{- j-.'"!; Z-f...\ O The four cylinder, silent Oakland-Northway motor
.. . 'provides more power than you will ever need; marked
t :"t : ,r' economy in fuel consumption has been accomplished by,
j. 'J"! !,.. reducing the weight of the car and equipping it with the Oakland-Stewart vacuum gaso
,i lene feed, doing away with the'pressure system.

: ;j'5}i .t... The low construction of the' car without decreasing the road clearance adds, to the
r safety, comfort and joy of riding. Fully equipped with, Standard, Delco Starting
tIf Lighting, 'and Ignition system,, with automatic spark advance, Non-skid tires in rear,
Oakland One-man top, absolutely true ,to name, Heavy Crown Fenders, extra large
'< valves, Tungsten steel, divided: Windshield, Speedometer, Electric Horn,operated from
f I 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.

.:. 1 't/AKlANJ f/odelc17" '- $1775.. Watch for our light six adds, also,roadsters and,speedsters. Prices from $1150 to

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'f t g t J. B. MAGRUDER, Distributers, Oakland Garage

,1/ h5 HPINE .. _

itltiMIMMitMMIHMHMiHlimilitl'" i'.V.iV/.iiUiillii'.iii1.1.1.1.1.! ! !!! ! !! '. ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !!;tiiimittjMIMMtllllltlMH

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k" C,CASTLE. BANDObI'NOTES.Piney OPEN ALL NIGHT Up'to date painting, papering, etc., } JJ ]. } !'III""I"'I',11",1,1.1".1,"
is the kind you want. Where to get !
,. 'Castie, .Fla,' Sept, 23. -Mrs. The City Drug Store is at your service it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. t
, .;D.JjBelloi l New Smyrna, with hergran4chil4rren dependable both ,day courteous.and night. Prompt tf, Entrican. 1-20-tf .
,'v.Carrie and 'George
, Webb;; at'fved'here' afternoon TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
;: Thursday First class Brazing specialty at To 'be convinced of the producing
, ;for.iT visit with'her. sister,Mrs. Warman's Repair Shop o Court St.126tf. of Sentinel want aels.-try
; :Jos...L.,:Sunday.aMr. and Mrs..., Sunday power : one. S
. haVeJbui_recenUi ,returned'f-roma < "A COOK WITH GAS J ; "

: .'. lengthy visit at.Chattahoochee and illlllliMIIIMMIIIMIIIMIilHIIIMIIIMIIIIIIIIMIPackers ,
,
( Quincy{and;other points-:in northern "
-',Florida and, southern. Georgia. Mr.; If

Sunday, was. :, attending, to "businesswhile T H liP S
tnn
; '' at' his home place near, 'CJi t 8; mJ nJ 1. Convenience ; 6. Speed '. "
hooche,:and:disposed of his,:crop of
, ,tobacco,, 6,000 ,pounds, .at''.45'"cents'.a 2. Comfort' 7. Efficiency
' :;pound. ,Now the Sundays are at ,
:home here,for the'winter and.will enjoy 8.
Safety
i> ;'ridSig 'about, the surrounding .3. Cleanliness S I: .
and .
Shippers of Citrus .
country:in;their new: Ford:car" < 9. Perfect
.il Dr.. S.,W."Reed, our'very,'successfulveterinanan'isat Fruits and Vegetables. 4. Simplicity Regulationof '
: , "home after a busivaess Heat
:," trip ti Tennessee., I Being no longer with Chase & Co. I will operate alone 5. Accessibility ..
,Mr..,E. Jl, Sphaler made a trip 'to i 10. i
' under above and shall Economy
'.Plant City"during the week. name appreciate the' business of .
\ MrS:. C. H. Matchett: 'is at home all who, .have and any who have not patronized 'me in

:?' tr"qui a stay in Winter Park last three, years. For information call .on or write me
and .will oPen the Lakeview Inn.for at my ,Packing House at crossing of Concord Avenue

\'.vieitois.'Mrs. '' ; ' and A. C.L. L..R. R. in Pine-a-cure building, which I am, 4. SIMPLICITY ,
I f ,C. 0. Hall,- :who has been ill,,
I,'.is, now"very much improved.. : equipping with'Mauld's latest machinery and can copse GAS is without
rival '
a fuel
as a when it to
,' quently give you same service which has always comes simplicity and
" C, ilL: n tfner. is: building :;a. boat S spokenfor ,ease of operation.
its self. Absolutely no effort or care is required to start
1i E. A. Johns has charge. .of 4 a
:, : fire, all that is necessary is to." turn a valve and strike match." v
the work.'Mr. My efforts will be to sell all DOssible before resorting a
. : ,Henry Slater spoke at 'the to distribution. Could anything be more simple?
'Union chapel Sunday morning,' having GAS is also easily extinguished the moment the cooking is done-

.;' as his". subject "Will' the,Old BookStand . W. .A. DADE Gen. Manager. just turn off the valve. A GAS RANGE requires no attention what-
?. and,gave a :very enjoyable e ever either while. in use or while idle-it is always ;
:.talk ..Mr Slater;;.has'recently'moved 9-18-2 ready at a mQment'snotice.
mIMIIMMMIIMIMMMMKMIMMMMmimiltllllH .
A GAS
'here ,from :Bellville, Kas.., ;and his RANGE does not' require a stock of fuel to be bought
;
}family is.,composed of his daughter t: in advance-or. to run out-and kindling to be cut up the night before-

.and:'"her husband and two children, "t i, Cook with Gas, Live the "Simple Life," and Be Happy. a
."Mr;'and Mr:*. Will Roberts and Esther
I"and,Marshall Roberts., The family- is; MMMIMmiiMMtlllliiMIIHIinitllltimiMHISPRAY .
:a welcome addition. to;Pine Castle.
. School, is*progressing finely.: There NOW ,FOR WHITE FLY and 'SCALE ORLANDO

'"is'a verY' .good attendance,and'teach SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY WATER & LIGHT .CO. {
ers and scholars seem to,have started
in,on_their' !ork with enthusiastic.Intttttt GAS DEPARTMENT
I tr
', Rev. K. Jones will conduct Methodist Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale, Rust Miteand
"
Red Spider that is hit. Removes mold
,; sei-Vicet'afthe'Union'ehapel next sooty ., " " ,.. ,, . " "
and insures M
Sunday morning and evening. healthy trees and bright fruit. September MCHIM6IIHI8IMIII111 "' '- -
/.The .Baptist Ladies" Aid_ Society and October are two of the best months for

:,'gage'a social. Saturday' evening-, clear spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents insects r WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES a

ing.. ,agoodsum. S from sapping trees all winter, and brings them AND DO ALL, KINDS OF
There area two entertainments.' out in a good, healthy condition in the spring, thus a
ready scheduled for,the benefit of theschool OPTICAL REPAIRING $8 Cbbfon and Return $8
piano.:fund.' It,,is hoped that insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom.

our efforts people and try,wiH to patronize close" out these this'debt two. J.. SCBNARR & CO... Orlando: Florida. VIA"Clyde a

,this' .year' ,,t Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure the White Fly W

ANEW TRADE Fungi. 9-9 D. and W' 2-M | Line"t

,t' uiiiMMiMtMtiMmttttmimtititinHMiiiiiitiTHE DR. L H. RAMSDEU
,An applicant came into the office OPTOMETRIST .
.to antiwar au ad for fifteen,stylishly, (SaeeeMor to Dr. 0. P. UldiM) First Class, Meals and Berth ltlclud d
:gowned women,. says the Cleveland ,
Fl.
ll1l.iDo
:F&xa &$&"., S& TO& ttfertwl to]'t nrt11 __ S
'tdia5oxnumber* She applied ,wad; "" )1JI.,) This i
special rate good on of the Company'ssteamers
the
,f found a Jvertiser" was a young any
'doctor.. "I am here. in- answer to, You Want a Good August 22nd to October ith
yoat'ad," shy:said. inclusive. sy
!' 1deed?"/smiled the "
doctors MARKET Home in the Country?
.litely?; but without ',committing'him S. Return Limit '10 Days

.self.T e.8.. What, do you want? Pm Of Cleanliness Of Quality r
the;first- to|t get{' into the' office, but Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every

theeare. twenty-two others:outside.Whafare FRESH; AND SALT MEATS Our list containes some very attractive Tuesday, Thursday and'Saturday at 2 p. in.
: ourduties: to be?" -i
.' -Your duties,are to sit'right:here," FISH AND GAME propositions both in city and

answered< the;physician., "My office K ;t'1IH r the best aaitary coatftioM.ErtrytUag . country property. And we will be For reservations and further particulars apply to
hours,are from 10 ,aon. to 3 p..m.
;Yon:and the: ther swell dressers are screened away tree the ffiea, aid kept fresh pleased to submit them to you. H. G. WENZEL Fla. Pass.
: ...' Agent
to'sit in the;;reception .room, look.at psr To those who have property to sell
thi'tJ:' ree.m nth-old magazines'' and We kfHe iaayectiop gnaraatee sa&rfactiea. We have W. St.
glare.'at,onej mother. .' Thats, 'all I evwythfeff'fe the Meat,UM. or to rent, we invite you to call a tour 122 Bay JACKSONVILLE, FLA.1

[pay $5::a week each., Do :you want office and list with .
your property
[the job" u The PARLOR MARKET <*jt ',i1
'0 $ S
us. The same courteous treatment
The.sun never.A sets on a heart that GOOD,PRINTINGWe

_. sunshine e .'to'the hearts" of others. .H ML, Self .& Co. that has, marked all of our business are in a better position than OSTEOPATHY 1

;, dealings will,be extended" you.Cooper ever' to give you the very best inpinting "
PINE : :, S1'RElrE as we have a large, plant DR. J..
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|DYNAMITING den. .is all.its bnach- ; equipped with all modern .HOWELL
,/f.., G'RB' < :load.i ..owId :apeeialy: 4 f'[)Li.l7 -.:.....;....;.:.Noy; : .. Atha and'the very latest in type machinery faces. If Hours, 10-1, 3-5, and by appointment y
( M do.yoar; work. i$s :sts l you are now numbered with our customers No extra charge for house treatment,

dMtrfttBf: p a. 'L .N. ,Lenta, ,mVl m-.SNtt- 'tame. Are, Great FlIer you .are we not need, then no we introduction would appreciate ; if- Telephjfid connection >

&;EUt- *. !,'" .":-l. -, ba ;,"" :311" the opportunity to prove to you Office cor. Orange and Central Area.
that,
> we are producers of Quality
G Iii..... .Dws'first in ulitleatiML. Printing.THE
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: HON. W. R. 'O'NEAL APPOINTED

DISTRICT DEPUTY B. P. 0:E. ..
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i Hon. W. R. O'Neal was informed A
r I yesterday by wire of.his appointmentas r '
-- deputy for the southern district of
Florida of the Benevolent and Protective i
1
'
I Order of Elks. The appoint 1 e e 1e .; rw r
F%; ment came from the grand exalted
R ruler and'was a complete surprise to
e :; -. ., Mr.: O'Neal, the apponitment being {X ;;.:* :
., entirely unsolicited by him.
y .,' This is the second high honor that .,
.. ... ,
has
: been'.conferred upon Mr. O'Neal t ri
. :1 by fraternal orders during the past
::::' few, weeks. A short time ago he was =
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: '.,':> PRESTIGE 'z I'' elected*.trnste 2 of.the 3,endowment j 'L ..
; '. funds 6f the Knights of Pythias. This purely Orlando institution .takes*pleasure in

When'a check is received presenting this excellent proof of the public approval of '
.. bearing the !BED CROSS DANCE A PLEASANT its methods. "r '
I name. "State Bank it carries with it press AFFAIR a
tigo and the recipient. kno m1.ker' I H pests SqIe-kr $333,348.06
I 'the cheek,has sound banS g Oonections. dance The last attendance night at at the the Elks'Red Cross home : : Ie.-sHa SeJleliHr 12, 1913. 23S.H2.76 ,
.
was small owing to the bad
weather, !
offering the services oft bank we I but about thirty people were present hcreise li tie year $97,us.31 i

; are placing' at your disposal banking refa- and spent a most enjoyable evening, In every little detail consistent with conservative

I t ions.that must reflect to: your advantage, in delightful The Orlando musical orchestra program furnished, the floor a banking, we aim to please and protect our patrons, and ,

1t ,- all your business dealings,-which is prestige. was in the best of shape, and the alWays ::: their interests as prescribed by the rules and laws of our ;.

1 hospitable Elks lived up to their : National Govemnent and to demonstrate thru our sees s

: I 1 The 'State Bank of Orlando have reputation a good for time.seeing that aU visitors ciation accommodations with the Federal Reserve System, the advantages, :
security and
't / strength alone derived by ;
a "National Bank." ''.
THE REBEKAHS CELEBRATE k :
J J t -.- ; "Let us prove to you that "It is a pleasure to serve i

The Rebekahs held a very enJoyable you. ,
.celebration last night at which
the following program was carriedout
::1" :
: Song, "America," all join in sing
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RSfOST-. : FOUR ITALIAN' WAR BASEBALL RESULTS ing.Lord's Prayer, led by Bro..,Helms.Welcome .

I SUPS SUNK-BY MINES Federal-League Selection, address by Miss, Bro.Aldis. O'Neal.and Mr. .. 'u.. .., '. .'. \' . . :".. .-. ....". ,. ..,.....,........... .

New ,York,' Sept.2LDow, Jones Brooklyn 3, Kansas City 2. Donald Helms. : "
A Co,,, & Wall street news agency, Pitteburg-St. Louis; rain. Reading, by Sister Daughtery. * *
polishes- tlie' following today' on its Baltimore 5, Chicago 8. Piano selection, by Miss Fuller. :11 .D.-I\ :.
Reading, by Sister Guather. ;
'news'.ticker: Buffalo, Indianapolis 0.National : '
I Piano selection, by Miss Barker.
"MflM, Italy-The Tri ete League
I .corre- Selection, by Mr. Donald Helms. :;
spot of the Corner Della Zera I New York 3, St.Louis 4. Selection, by Miss Fuller. ?r'' .
..reports :that three Italian torpedo I Brooklyn 3, Pittsburg'2.Boston i : ;; r. .ti..j: :::: {;:. ': tar

s beats and one torpedo-boat destroyer 6-2, Cincinnati 02. Second POSTERS DEMANDING PEACE ,
4 struck totes off the Dalmatian coast game. eight innings; darkness. APPEAR ON
and .... : Philadelphia 3-6, Chicago 62. BERLIN WALLS IN ZEPPELIN COAST AIRSHIPS OF DENMARK SEEN OFF Telegraph dispatch from Rome saysa German consul there according to

American.League message from Cettinje brings news the newspaper Telegraaf, has been
i London, Sept. 24.-Despite the -
GB MAHY'S
WAR
: LOAN IS ALLi Detroit-New York rain. Copenhagen that Montenegrin forces have captured advised by his government that sub-
l T TAKEN UP ; watchfulness of the German authori- Denmark, via London,
1 ----- Cleveland 2-0, Washington 5-5. ties, says a dispatch from Copenha Sept 24-Zeppelin .airships, evidently Montak, which controls the only marine U-9, credited with blowing up
Chicago 4, Philadelphia,6. railroad in the southern part of Her- the three
British cruisers in the Northsea
to
the
!'London,Sept 24.The Amsterdamrtespoedent gen London Evening News, on reconnoitering duty, have been
St. zegovina. As
Louis Cattaro
1, Boston 5. posters proclaiming "We the Austrian early Tuesday morning, has returned -
of Want Peace
;Renter's states that ; observed from various places in Jut- I seaport in Dalmatia, is blockaded
Down on to a German
'according to a'message from Berlin ONJG OF VON.KLUK'S GENERALS With the Kaiser, are appear- land, the peninsula forming the mainland the seaward side by the FrancoBritish port uninjured.

the;foil ing on the walls of buildings in'')3er.in.
returns on the war loan of Denmark. The
.show
airships passed fleet it is "
CAPTURED now
that 1,318,000,000 entirely isolated 75 Miles of Eggplants and Pep.pers"
1 marks ($329,500- about sixteen miles outside of the from the outside world.
is
Travelers I a Palm Beach Post headline.
l.h1.\Uehequei- driving through the
bonds city I
have been western coastMONTENEGRINS
ittMd and Paris, Sept 24.,Among German between railway stations ordered The latter article is hot stuff but is
3,071,000,000 marks(f 767- prisoners arriving yesterday was a are" GERMAN SUBMARINE U-9 WAS better than one of those 75-mile bat-
a '750,800) of.imperial to keep the blinds 'of their 'vehicles
bonds
have ,TAKE
been general of the MONTAK NOT DAMAGED
te&rfttd. staff, of General vonKink. drawn so that the posters may not be tie lines in Europe.

'.1. .,. iit i----. _. seen. ,j. London, Sept 24.-An Exchange London, Sept.-21-A dispatch to The want ad.'s the thing. .
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