Title: The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: September 26, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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'1. : 1..f "T 'AeI ;Dac.lenb Ladies aid Members.of the Treasury Department They OF INFECTION Mexico City and Vera Cruz
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,, I .., .. ",' ,. :.. .' Mrs.' Hazel' Stevenson, of Jacksonville Washington, Sept. 25.-From state From Dread Plague of Mexico City, Sept. 25.-Prominent
.Pitl3i." ; .25. (SpSckL--Official.'admission, was made by ', arrived in the city last night, bank commissioners in Virginia,Geor- Citrus Trees men here believe there still is a chanceto

'. .:the,: w .<>ffiee::t t i itftJ ttfes. danced' :-fOrceS. of the French registering at. the San' Juan. Mrs. gia,,Ohio, Alabama, Connecticut, Mis- make peace between Carranza and
Stevenson is,representing the Florida souri, Louisiana, South Dakota and That the citrus industry of Floridais Villa before the breach becomes ir-
>oorth tof !n the general movement
left win
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> commission: of the Panama-Pacific ex- Oregon came today .promises of cooperation ,in no danger: of destruction from reparable. general
'wboeeobjetiaake: 'tarning,o(.:the:Germanright; wing:army of position, and is seeking some young! with Secretary McAdod, to citrus canker, is the emphatic opinionof public here does not seem to have
Geiitiit, >"Voll\KI. > ;"were,- ;halted in their' advaace this morning" in- lady who would like to have a free prevent hoarding of funds by banks Mr. Lloyd S. Tenny, executive officer been informed of the controversy.
,a iMfftietitrly f' r : viokitengagement;with;asuperior; force:and the trip to.San Francisco next year. She i and high interest rates. All the com of the Growers' and Shippers' There has, however, been no re-

French":and British were forced to give ground. is anxious to meet the members of missioners said they are investigating League, expressed to a Sentinel rep sponse to telegrams sent by influential -
r :Bel orC D e ts.were;1Sh d'uPJ behind the allies'line and with''th the women's, clubs and young ladies and the majority said they had as ;resentative yesterday. Mr. Tenny Mexicans to Villa begging him to
: who would like to enter the contestto yet seen no indications of such con- had just returned from the citrus I make peace. Discussion in official
81tpport:the allies were: enabled to.resume the offensive with circles indicates belief 'that Villa'saction
sell the Florida dollars, and ex- ditions. | seminar at Gainesville, where the a
t:'vigor.At1Mt: .reports fronithe'front.the"fighting' .was being tends a cordial invitation to the ladiesto Secretary McAdoo today sent telegrams canker eradication campaign was might afford a pretext for con

; :pres ,crhr.tM"iIiesthe. . Germane contesting_ :every foot of eaU upon her at the San Juan from to the chairman of'the clear- thoroughly organized and methods tinued American occupation of Vera

'. d., . .. I three to five o'clock this afternoon. ing house association in Chicago, New devised to completely drive the last Cruz. -
'. d the indicates that themain Mrs. Stevenson is an enthusiastic York and St. Louis complaining of vestige of infection from the state. Antonio Villareal, governor of the
The, surpriang sfcow:.or:force by enemy
P.v < : booster for Florida representation at high interest rates in those cities. Mr. Tenny describes the citrus state of Neuvo Leon, who has just
of,,thi:reinforcements which have:been,drawn:from
i bodiee and left here for Monterey telegraphed
: the exposition and says it;;will resultin The treasury announced ,that the canker as the most contagious ,

'the' German. .-' 'ceater'aBd'froni, .. ,. -'the. ::army- : defending" '. 'Lorraine. and great benefit to the,state.. She de- National Park bank of New York had actively destructive disease ever to Villa before starting as follows:
Vosgel;haw,arrived'to buttress the"enemy's shattered right:. clares the success'- of the 'movement agreed to take care of the $1,100,000 known to the citrus family, as wellas "Let us not drown the ideals of the ,

< :The)army. .corps:stripped from ttee: eastern', sections of their is already assured and Florida will loan to the .state of Tennessee. Sec- the most difficult to handle. He revolution in human blood, nor fo-

lines hasnaturally'we' celged'the 'Gerffiancenter: and, left wing. have a creditable building there. retary McAdoo in a statement yesterday says it manifests itself on the leaves ment irreparable division through dis-
The young ladies selling the Flor- said the state was having difficulty first where it makes small white dots. cord. Let us pacify the country and
This discovered today,when.the.wedge movement was pressedforward
was "
ida dollars will receive a commissionof in making the loan and that,he The infection soon spreads to the return to reason.
..,by\the 'French. operating';,east' of: Rheims. The, opposition .10 per cent. on their sales and the would help if necessary. fruit and has been known to infecta

: ..haa... ;noticeably' ,diminished:;in. vigor. .and. the attacking' army young lady in each'congressional dis- tree, spread all over it and cause Aguilar Starts a Revolt; Skirmish

.'washable to,moeniiderable. 'progress in,the 'direction, of Berry trict: selling,.the greatest number oi September is showing us what she i the fruit to drop within sixteen days. Vera Cruz, Mex., Sept. 25.-Con-

lDdil5r: er. coins will.be given a trip to the exposition can do when she makes up her mindto : The only remedy that has proven ef stitutionalist troops sent out to the
allies'etrC1U with a11expenses'paid.. furnish us with."fall showers." fective is the burning of the tree and, north of Vera Cruz to check the sup
;vio fighting: is taking place between the ,
; every particle of vegetation in its vi- posed revolutionary movement under
i whieh v'is"advanced. between the Somme and the
; army. :
well the around have
cinity as as ground Higenio Aguilar, are expected to
:Oise:, and the,'Germans.in.the vicinity of.,Tergnier and St. Quentin it. entered the mountains below Alta

,',which::'are'important, d.points.The'allies. 'are .directingan FIRST FIGHT"11N' NfW REVOLT[ So infectious is the disease that Luz, where this former federal gen-

,. :incessant .attack,egt.the": entrenched Germans at these merely walking under it will carry it eral and his forces were last seen.
: Kluk's"communic to other trees on the shoes. Thehardest Aguilar is supposed to be moving
'pointr in a SUP effort to cut. General. Von, -
'* fight on this disease has been toward Vera Cruz. Yesterday he at-
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!; tionfi and:divide. his' army' / made in Dade county where it has tacked a post of twenty-five men,

1 c. : __ '_ : ._ IS REPORTEDNEAREl [ 10RRfO already'cost over $7,000. At the eight of whom were killed. y''

GERMAN.'.,AERoPLANE''',DROPPED BOMB IN BOULOGNE. '. citrus seminar in Gainesville it was Telegraphic communication with f
decided that $50,000 was necessary to Mexico City, destroyed yesterday by ||
London S fcv25.Sal: : ,) A German. .aeroplane. flew. over
... ." .,;- .. "'- .- .' -- completely eradicate the disease from Aguilar, was restored today.
e tj n Y day/_dropped:a bomb'in..the shipbuildingyard
the state and insure entire freedom I American
.Paso, Tex., Sept. 25.-(Special.)-Bulletin: According to transport
.,1;Littie dwaife:w e: (done and no one, was:injured.REPORT j from it The method devised for raising has arrived here.

,,' ..' ,< advices received here from Ojinaga and Presidio, the forces of this sum was the assessment of
1\ TO a FONCHB18AS6YOF AUSTRIANS FAIL TO',CROSS THE_ : Villa and Carranza are engaged in a fight near Torreon. No de- one dollar an acre on every orange DANIELS' ANTI-BOOZE REGULATION -
.f 'TBi.LS SUCCESSES. ,' .DANUBE grove in the state. Of course this KEEPS BEER FROM
'! -', -: tails have been given.
will be a voluntary contribution, but ARGENTINIANSWashington
':'waui : \ 26:-Official'dispatchee Paris, Sept 25.. A dispatch to the
Dgt f.-ro there is hardly a grower in the state -
- *.:.to. "the,, 'Freaeh-- 'embwey. .today'W"the Havas agency' :from Nish, -Servia, ZEPPELIN. DROPS BOMBS I MEXANS[ 1m TROUBlE :who will not gladly contribute that Sept. 25. It became :
Y+ape : Para. .'off" icial_statement says' : sum to save the industry. 1 mown here today that an issue in-
and .addede"Walulva t Feleed ,tbe "Desperate :battles were ,:fought The startlingly gratifying statement ,rplving enforcement of Secretary

'G.rsuaaawdry. ; :toward.. '_:Ham' 'and September 22'along' the front of Svor- IN OSTEND ft WiLL BEAYERTEDPROMINENT [ was made by Mr. Tenny that so :Daniels' regulation against liquor on
nik-Loaiitza and the front of Mitro:
.hoIBg"ftt the efid of,the day '
.wew, ; far as is known not a fully developed :laval vessels and in navy yards had
REbonvil ;' Freffiieree. :and' ':Ribe-: I vitza-Shabats. the'situation n being favorable - case of citrus canker exists in Florida '1,een raised and settled to the entire

wortMiSAVANNAH, " -,.-.; '' to the Servians.. TITANIC OF THE AIR CRE : MEN .BELIEVE today, but unless the inspection work .satisfaction of all concerned. A big
'the front of the river
"Upon Save
} is kept'' until all danger is over was driven to the entrance -
' ATES PANIC IN BEL- THERE IS A CHANCE up :)eer wagon up
the enemy opened an artillery and infantry
;DRY GOOBSMOUSE, there is no telling to what extent the of the Boston navy yard with
-- ; .fire., On'the island Szelask, GIAN. CITY FOR PEACE
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FAI1 : disease gain headway. to the Argen
: k .4, '.5' < may many kegs
; and at Zabrograde .the, at- -
. s enemy i
< Shipments from infected nurseries tine battleship Rivadavia. The officerin
>< attacks in the ,direction of No One Was Killed by Three .General Aguilar Has Started
Ga.'s ( 26H. EY .
\! 8s have been made to all parts of the command refused to admit the cargo -
+ii ; :': Bra, wholesale ;dry Malaria, and Tzigallia_ Ada, which Bombs but Property Was Revolt and Is Supposed tope state and'it is necessary' to watch all and reported the.incident to Secretary -

1_' ,flled>'-a..'.'p Hion to-bw&ruptcyIn ivere/regulsed., :Damaged and Great Hole : Moving Toward sections and have them carefully inspected Daniels, who approved his ac-

the._federal> "court. .tbfe :aoraisg.The "On.thevights of,.September 21-22 Torn in Earth Vera Cruz .so that the disease may not tion. Later, however, a bumboat car
iabihties of'the'''fcmwifch con- the enemy'n an.artillery-fire-on gain the start it did in Dade county. ried the beer out to the Rivadavia.

aiila:of .H 8f'1." S..,'asd'Irving F., .Hemkard .the city: of Belgrade and the fortress Ostend Belgium, via London, Sept. Washington, Sept. -SpeciaL) The $50,000 will be expended by the
"'",':amount..-'.to ,489 0160.. Tbe and; the wharves, ,of, the Save, buttheir I 25. :A Zeppelin airship coming from Secretary .of War Garrison today Growers' and Shippers' League along ANTI-SLUMS LAW MRS. WILSON
assets :are 'put. down at .f4d6,86&5a.. efforts to cross the Danube,near, the lines of campaign which have URGED NOW EFFECTIVE
Belgrade and Vera failed." the direction of Thourout, twelve instructed General Funston to discon-
Tii&sppoiat. a of a :receiver. is proven so effective in Dade county,
miles southwest of Bruges dropped tinue preparations for the evacuationof
,.. L !4 where the trouble has been completely Washington, Sept. 25.-Mrs. Woodrow -
: ' l: BRBSIAU AND BERLIN SEVERED three bombs yesterday. One .of them Vera Cruz. In explanation of this eradicated, though periodical inspections Wilson's dying wish that the

TeOKG1IMAN.U; $ VISTSOFFr struck the Avenue P. de Smet de order the war department .gave out are still necessary. Withr worst slums in Washington be abol-
r 'Ift .. Copenhagen,_DeBmart. via London;' Nawer bridge, on the outskirts of the the following statement: out constant inspection and an active ished finally was realized today when
SeptA 25 A-It is learned. here from ap- town; anothe!.fell. in the harbor, and "Numerous ,inquiries have, been campaign there is no telling what the president signed the bill clearing
tj..; .> 9 =A' atchftomaetoraa partly good sows .that the Ger- another.on the premises'a wholesale made here and ,of General Funston I I headway the disease ,might gain in a alleys of dwelling places. On her

.:to.the PaR.MM1GiisetiekY tnea go Y mm ant Thursday stoppedaU fish dealer in the fish market, with,respect ,to the date of departureof few weeks, and the fight being made deathbed Mrs. Wilson expressed the
as... ,tin, .; .... ... AMric 1" '-a--'" liBer. ,& lie;ofiVii.:passengers in east partly wrecking the building. The .American troops from Vera by.the growers through the league is hope that the bill would be passed
A aMWj' .;"wkkk" ',sa d from.:PhilaB Pranaa ong"to the fact that- a great explosion, here made a great cavityin Cruz. In view of matters.which. must one which can not be allowed to lag. and both houses of congress acted.

ds pU a1 b r:19'wiA.cargo:for battle-was in'progress ;and the Rus-- the ground,and badly .damaged all be first settled no date can at pres- Although it differs in some particulars t

; :; Uenl iw.'captured by .British sian':army jras advancing from that surrounding houses, extinguishedstreet ent be,fixed,but in.no event can the BASEBALL RESULTS from the measure as Mrs. Wilson

,e,-.x.'aad, ;tafcia to:. ,QwwBsiown. direction toward Brerfau. Telephonic "lamps, destroyed electric wires departure take place within the next originally championed it, the presi-
'After a\hbaAer of:GSe- +e *nfnaIe :ieeervueahad communication,from Breslau to,Berlin and created a panic. The Zeppelin teas days and General Funston has, Federal ,League dent decided the measure accom-
bey 1 it iapd'fM&tJMt. ,A>ggakel it is stated, was stopped in order; returned in the direction of Thielt,. i been.so advised." I Brooklyn 1, Chicago L plished its principal purposes.E.

.dJk.'iH. .) il .,.>1elec.. .-.. ,, to>prevent isformation of the'serious twelve miles northeast of CourtraL I The inquiries' referred to as made I Pittsburg 1, Indianapolis 0.

"L" 1 :; :.;;;7;: :,',.:: ,.. __, skaatkm;being:seat._ of' to General .Funston at Vera Cruz Baltimore 2, St. Louis 5. L. NIXON OF NORTH CARO

:GIIII N8JLOW.. ):UP IIIDGI8- ,. $100,000,090'GOLD FUND is ALL were those of Carranza and Aguflar, Buffalo 2, Kansas City 4. LINA KILLED BY MEXICANS
J i SUBSCRIBED BY BANKS who have been Impatiently. waiting. American League -

;.(Load csgt.2The.: .: I for a,definite date to be fixed.. Asheville, N. c., Sept. 25.-Rela-
4 New York 5.
fshe:.C. al'Hews '- ,New York; Sept 25.-Sufficient In:view: of the recent order for, the Detroit tives of ,Edward, L.. Nixon, formerly;

aJt--'So._ ." .' <..iaJlaii. :: l -Washington, Setv25.-Presided subscriptions have been made to insure withdrawal, of the troops,'tie.administration .Chicago 1, Philadelphia 3.' of North Carolina,.later superintend .
, ded ri tit the.1--Ge am won sent to-the senate'today the: success of:the $100,000,000 gold was reluctant to discuss"the Cleveland. 3, Washington 1. ;ent of an oil company near Tampico' ,
,< *' '- .iP"'all tbe'lN'.ki:.'.' seeaisetioaa of Frederic Jerop Stint pof fund projected. by leading national subject,but,in army'circles.it,is be St Louis 10, Boston 1. I will petition Secretary of State W. J.

Tkinity-,aftbat eity:tlwt ..) sea of:Harvard.univeraty to be am-'. banks at the'reserve centers, according liev.ed'the evacuation _of Vera:Cruz National League Bryan, now here,'to have his department
...-..: 1.' base dor, to Argue' and Henrj, to-announcement; today by Albert will not occur.for months.: ;.New York 3, St. Louis. L immediately investigate the kill-
.' "r: to': ,- .<".Ysn Piatke;Fletcher, ;new miaister toCWk H."Wiggin, chairman of the'.clearinghouse President Wilson 'was advised 'today Brooklyn ,3, Pittsburg 2. ing of Mr.-Nixon in Mexico last'Mon

__ 0iI'sm<< ..41_. .. "" to be aTubMtadorto- that country. association and head of the by representatives of.'both Car :Boston 2-4, 'Cincinnati 03. day.Mr.
"' i ., .' ,'):, v .:- ,' ; proposed pool ranza' .and Villa thatfAmerican;inter-; 'Philadelphia 3! Chicago 2. Nixon was killed, according to

.. .., . ;...: ,.e' L IMI a8ept eats in Mexico. '"Will be-',carefully'pro advices,received here, by six Mexican
; .. !A'f1--. ' SWKS:BALK GERMANS' :EMPB80R ILL *, te ted:. _. ._ r.,. tery,controlled by:Carranza;south of laborers, .who were discharged by the

'?h._ !: iwh,,at .... ..., 1s.....i 5- f' ''' ;.London, .Sept 25-E eror,'Wil- :Secretory, .'Garrison today:ricoive a Zaeafcecas.Reports... superintendent. J. B. Nixon, of Char-
'... .., '.t :..e,;Italy,vk Lien, S pt 25Giorwde ,-. ham iB ad&riBgJiom-, a' severe cold,' af.message- .from. :,General. -,-'Biku. stat- that,:the ,wires,have been lotte, N..G, a brother, has also gone

I.-,wtici c. i, fte., ',Dltalia'poWiabee a:report -rdiB tEf heGe.eft', :oorresjwad- ice:that'?aU. comaoflka.. hetweeeVffla's cf between ,Meiko City and 'VeraCm to Mexico to investigate.
IiitiakD1 ; .; -, ., r. from B a l:-that-S wRierlaiid. _hit I.-Of,the Chl Di Ie.. He caught it"isI "army and_tlw Yeaiea border have,been' confirmed and the ad.
: n :-.-; rtfwwd. :a reqwet' from the"Gei'maIu the' trenches before :.Verdun, :where- W beetl'e$.aloaf tt e __ ..... auratioa wax:left_today completem Purchase your: school books and

": -" ,::- iW., --.; for M pemowm1:to-:send..three,' .arm y r he.:was. ,.drench*( by the :TUB' when Caters; El ""' : ,. ,. JIll I m. fee dark,'cftacernbg. ... l h elop-'. school, supplies, this ,week and avoid

.{ '-:.;;, '. *to _Ii.,t 1 .......... :_'-44.' ="-" .:.", : "... ski SWiM"1emto.. Z -j./5'-;;..:;" i-;recently -'-vitwiag his'solliets. I18ag .."" ::;.,"_....P,-": IIif"'7 ;,.'_,, ;:". .; ... it..... 'f' the;lush.' -Come to Curti .& O'Neal's.
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1 If you want your bicycle fixed in 1I I KEEP AHEAD
t\\ GERMAN L ;:4RTILLERYkTLIEGE<, ,., \ ,o.cotoed I hurry take":it. to Warman's RepairShop. Of your neighbor by reading the
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; 1 fcarts Sk. faII. SI." '"..

!t : For sale by GIVE THE CHILDREN

;- : I Cimtbers .&' Gore

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t1" DYNAMITING done in all its branch
fIt ':KV es. Clearing,land ia'our specialty. Y they will take pride in
- ; .s. .y> Let 'us' do your work EstiMates .4 writing their letters.

,.'.i.( -. ; '"' cheerfully given.; ,L. N. Lewis 406 '
. -'!.. I j I'j I 1 L. ._ 41k :i S. East street '7-14-lmo '" Correct letter, writing is both \

art and accomplishment.Crane's .
" '. For sale.-A well bred driving an
."" i'1' Fs r i mare-sound .'and gentle, in her
" i l\ i' prime. Any lady can drive; city __ Linen Lawn repre-

':- t f. ,i'ir ,\".,," ., '.# ,' Sw broke. There can be nothing betterin sents the highest art in manu
: ,, .., V the -horse, line for ladies and. chidren. facture of writing paper.
- u .,- .. V : No dealers or, liverymen need
1, T1 :WA- .sGIJGWB. .:. the fuse:ignites the bursting charge 1 MONTENEGRINS DEFEAT AUSTRIANS apply, she must have.a good home. ranes We-are showing correct sizes
-: J V ; : :f(4 ATPRATSHE Price, 150. Also buggy and hare
An ingenious,, ,arrangement, permits .
( : rXll'
and shapes for Children,
;DUWDUM-Tae! "ofteial: ,B British the fuse to be, timed.for bursting at I ness cheap. (lien JtZ
U.: .. for his buBetisl It;is"&e;an:ordinary service bullet, to "some 6,000 yards. It is said I port given out at Cettinje, Montene-
:1 eoccogt" t>uit'-telex':: ._ \'rare!ia: left that,the French are using in this war gro, and telegraphed here by the correspondent W. S. BRANCH,
,-uaeev ed at. tie 'apex.,and the' cas- shrapnel 'whose bursting charge ,isignited of Reuter's, says the'Montenegrins PRINTING G MATERIAL q

fjfeg b:aade. weak. .,. so .that- ;when the by a secret mechanical de-: operating jn Bosnia after a The Arcade leek and Music Store
ltbefiet -a: ;)body, :the;lOft 'nosehspfeadftVaad aii /anal not by a fuse. The lracr pot.engagement took the little town FOR SALE
the'stale tears a'greatgapping thus'obtained is'far'superior;to the of Pratshe, in the Immediate neigh-1 I

[,'i woand, ; ,, 'and'' .splinters .theboner older method.. borhood of Sarajevo, where the _defeated ..,
:abaoat invariably, -',with' fatal. Austrians have taken refuge i Consisting of

!t ,--' .H- after abandoning a large number'of Job Press, 14x22 with fountain.
|| .The.budetas.- invented' ,at the- A ,MODEL HUSBAND dead on the field. Imposing Stone, 26x44 in frame. THE OLD .

arsenal of Deaden, .a town, inBesgal3ritiahIn& Perfection A Wire Stitcher.
j:, ; ;It has been Pope Eazley is making an idealhusband One-half Case Wood Furniture, DANN'S TRANSFERDr.
fit d ,because__ the:wound caused,-by ,"contrary to the predictions 280 pieces.
the standard British .rifle ,the LeeMetfod made when he married again last 12 Galleys, brass lined, 6x233.
I- ,The animal shied, threw Mr. Rogers B. D. WIENANGA, Prop.
.ti '| ,. :K was ,a ,small!, ',perfectlyiclesn year. He has cleaned, off a nice from the rig and dashed ,a short dis- 1 Galley, brass lined, 12x18.
place on the bank of the creek 'for Horton Mailer
perforation, which had
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very'little Lance down the road, where it drop-
.", :"staffing'. power"tbatis, his wife-to do her:family' washings, 'i. Utility Lead Cutter. and HaulingWE
,, ped dead. Mr. Rogers has the repu- Livery Draying
and in order be'ever ,
to near her, he 30-inch Jewel Cutter.
n,a man was,hH, he was not die tation for being a shrewd horse
:Ni., ,Great'Britain has refused to has picked out a fishing. place 'right trader. The animal he lost.this time 1 Challenge Proof Press, 9x27 with .
;*abee..... ibeto.;. tie. "clause.. of'-tte'Hague across the stream. ;Hogwallow Kentuckian. was one'he obtained in a trade in'I'I iron frame..
\;# -,conference'.whkh 4. baked) the I I Flint about a month ago.-Lansing I 1 horsepower Motor. . GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE.
tdmkim',_ ;buther; 'regulations provide I (Mich.) State Journal 2 Counter, Shafts with pulley and
for.';tudugit :only againstnnciviiZed: hangers complete.
'Take a one dollar bill and fold it
Ink Slab, 12x18.
.: jpOOpfOBtt + several times each, way. 'Then unfoldit Furnished room hunters are Com- About 1,000 Ibs. 10 pt body type. AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
' r |i1[ SHRAPNEL-Thia is the form, of and you will find it in-creases.I ing to Orlando every day looking for I f, Several job fonts, racks and cases,
;projectile: ,most'.oomaonly; used by Keep' 'the. in-creases but ,send the I comfortable places to stay; that's quoins and other material Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
:field.piaets.' An:ordmary, shell has original, bill to, the printer who put[why you should'insert an ad. in our t This material is all in first-class
'thick" "steal ;walls.,:and contains .only you'on to:the scheme.', Then take a want ad. column-it pays. J condition and will be sold for the HORSES FOR SALE
;J.a bursting charge. off blaclcpowder.s silver dollar and drop it on the coun-I best offer to close an estate.
;< shells have:'thinner walls, ter, and notice the ring it makes. The Sentinel office prints anything
:and coatak t several)hued iron,or Send the ring to your best girl and from a card to a newspaper. No APPLY P. O. BOX 35 'Phone 257. 'Orlando, Florida

.|ead: tmlleta i which'. are showered the dollar to your, printer, and everybody II order too large or too small to receive ORLANDO, FLA.

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the exclusive Agents of all proposition advertised in this space, which will be changed every

'week.- :Purchasers 'can buy through their own Broker, and all Real Estate men can sell them and arrange

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

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

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

than lots selling for. If not sold byoneinetakefront
surrounding are
'_Situated four.miles from avery progressive, town. with. front overlooking Ilak es; 10 acres cleared ready tc
October 10th, the price will be raised to correspond withas
'-- : mostly. high' ,,ground, connected with p Ian. Fruit; a fair dwelling- house, good stable, other_ lots. Only cash buyers are invited, the money
;system of lakes and rivers up to Jacksonville and within -
: s.- -. :' spraying machine, a pair of mules and all necessary is needed.
9 '
oae 1IIIftJ.9 railroad station, ,on clay road. ,
implements, an eighty barrel steel tank on steel
'< AA, ,acres of deep rich hammock land, timversfarming

x ,7v.- ally. known 'to be the best citrus and truck tower; 20 feet high on cement- { base; an eight horsepower t

Y tad.. engine, connected with pipe lines running 'through = BUILDING SITE
i'. -V the grove; five hydrants. on the pipe line. A good well
offer of land in desirablelocation
for builders. We can a plot
;55 acres of bearing Orange Grove. of soft water. .Have successfully raised Irish and sweet
near lake. An extra good opportunity, highj

potatoes, corn, watermelons, tomatoes, also a nice patch batch of trees 200x200 three streets
j 13,300 big:Orange Trees, about ;150 Grape Fruit ground, on ; can

.." -,and few Tangerms :and- Lemon WF Trees, of bananas well protected against frost on accoun 'of easily be divided up in six or more lots, especiallyadapted

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

:, : ing sites..for, winter.homes and a most_ideal place for a predated Liberal terms Will be given.. suit the purchaser. Get in touch with us quickly before

1j : tottriet:hotel, in the.midst of.oak and pine trees,' all'lake; too late.

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sr'ssri .Orlando :
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. t 1 t..t- we,hteVt Thir Mrs. Clyde Teadey and little Clyde GRAND

. ( ...,.began with that,to fire'more I eft 'Thursday for Bowman, .Pa., tovisti
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-. "": f. '' their home folks. ,
. *, .;ew- and, 'before yes
'III V'V, '" ?Whtt Mr. J. 0.,Brock was ,called as jurorto
.II.. : .V almost think to:;do .fresh
1i .. court at Orlando last week. V .
s > o f..of, ... 'aaasageB' came along; and. Mr. Clifford Sessions '
; of Winter
'. .a odor'.. had;to beat a' retreat,: Garden, is 'in the,, bank, during Mr. TODAY .

f.... Bt* ; fcrie*,tie letwet,'one o-'ftV.: eec Teasley's vacation
.. ; at.1r wounded .and':felL W'ltlitrod
jo : Mrs. Schalbe
of the Highland
aiMts aad w' ; ; t W .eaptai, nran back. and I' hotel, Chicago,.paid -Oakland a business LOOK AT THIS PROGRAM
Ia tfeBw 1 lift 1_ _: ;As:he was doing so, he visit last week. She
.. tit: of'ft* weds. ; itroek'k:the'foot:and fell over was I
impressed with
TiN" aw-Bach,rf >ea ti he-,was .done;f or, but h| a wish to return and place, expressed delighted
.was I
: ma port** .. ..'> :.op-, ;and.'dragged..the ser, -with Florida. '

) \ ;. .,'cs.'". along ontfl a couple.of us chaps Mrs Wise returned from her .
f mountain
if'-.:of.the,_ ;over. to help -'em.,in. Ton. sho td trip last'Thursday. We are gladto "THE TOLL "
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-, s7. PSi. *r ':seen,his.foot when.he took,his see ,her with us again. ,

. .btttiti *: VIII: : mean the. "captain., It was Miss Bessie 'Michael left Monday

t-: .ssrahodP. ' ;, for Tallahassee to take up her school A Vitagraph special complete in two

e1k ;j.. ; I :Bow. a mmbflr of British troops duties.
> ; always miss her parts featuring
.. :..-".._.;. ...'.. ' a dash in 'theVnighty to save as she is such an active workerin verymuch Dorothy Kelly, James

r jn : : : women and children fromthe the Sunday schoolT. Morrison and George Cooper.

: BOW;... : rwas'told by> lance.Corporal W. Shackleford and J. Carruth,

; '.with. : : DBer,. f.th'; e 'second Oxfordshire, of Athens, Ga., have been spending a This cast should be sufficient to convince

i iii: ; .."i light infantry. On Sun. few days with their friends, Mr.

". of. fte /.week. ,the. regiment, arrived at Shupe and family. They were much you of the merits of this feature.

oeh:;the Jg : .' interested in this locality and
< ,: eat Kasha,' > ;: We ,took. up. oar; position in the settle here in the near future.

to |jk drastic.._' -*+. : ; ,* he'said, and fought for Mr., and Mrs. Wynne; of Atlanta,
.i : e tine., :In the.evening the order .
o Ga7 visited a few days with :Mrs.
kwfd.tie," ,writert, ; me to retire,'and-we marched back need s Wynne's sister, Mrs. Eugene Speer.

frort' to -git. }I Ceedewithh: ,the;jntention of. billet They are traveling through the country "A Night With a Million "
-t.. .... S' 1 for the night and having a' rest by automobile.Mr. ,

It. '.fa.this "- : 1Y,"' about midnight, we were
".. Tempt the . D. T. Connell and family have
-r W't:Ds"' .' ,-aad..'., .. od rat and set out to march to please the taste appetite and, returned to their home at Waukee- A clever Essanay comedy adapted

--:aotfciag. :bit village of .Do>}ai, some miles V nourish the body nah, Fla.Little from Munsey's

_*' few ..,).1 y, as news had reached us that Crispcleanandfreshnthe Myrtle Cross is under the magazine.
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bona Bigiaad' rr. ,Germans;were slaughtering- Scents.Baronet doctor's care this week.. We hope fora

Getiftjuiy: UoW'Bo:. tfftI there. speedy recovery. ,
witi, {kir amiee: "It,,was.a: thrilling march in the i

hwwi andfee'. } .war. across the unfamiliar Biscuit REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY H.
and: tefe'give oat : We:were liable .to be a C. McDANIEL "

Wife r" 'tfce bare, ta ': at any.moment, of course, b tnt Round, thin, tender- "Andy Has a Toothache

-That. . .'sad one_was keen on saving the with a delightful flavor Twenty acresn Lake Gatlin, ,

d" by tie ie->,Wld. : ,and children and hurried on.: -appropriate for luncheon about 18 planted to oranges and An Edison featuring that clever little
pte i gt iI ff.M ; : kept the,sharpest lookout on all tea and dinner
the WMsa. ee,.but saw nothing of the enemy. xo cents grapefruit trees, 5 years old, folly comedian "Andy Clark."
l,000boxes now on trees. If you desire
,by BrWA !"Whenwe reached Douai amber
pUjfi. aL this property, will be divided
the inhabitants rushed out,to meet GRAHAM giving two fine building sites with

ca ses '. : : ... They were overjoyed to see us, Lake Gatlin ,in front overlookingthree .

-1.wiIl'MrirJt; 'Othcsx' sip told what the Germans CRACKERS other lakes. Price for 20 acres .

; 12,000 or $6,000 for half. Nothing

t rdiMiy.:; :.b :Private,:R. Wills of the Highland I Made of the finest better .in Florida. Owner has repeatedly ORCHESTRA

et '. 7 are,BMt ht iniantiy';-.who'also took part in, ingredients. Baked refused to sell, but on account -

of. . :;soldiers march to the village, here con tin- to perfection. The of sickness he is unable to come

::hospital in the' story. '"We found that most' national strength to Florida to live as he intended.

; narra5ves'of"their. ; .the Germans had not waited for, food zo cents Two 3 acre tracts overlooking Orlando ,

Our of. .a;'a' arrival, and 'there were only a -fine .
lake view
good neighborhood
theF i.. ,West:: - left in -the piece.' However, we. Buy biscuit Baked by good land and'splendid for 5c
de remained lOc
Ve that.none
sure there.
11.--a; : surburban homes. Price $1,000 each.
_t; Mow,;;from We started a house to house NATIONAL BIs..cmrc.QtipAN' 2,000.. .
none ta| t Monday cl1., Our :men:'went into all the
10 all cleared
( acres north tide
bore #a aelie' and '
: every now then they Lake Ivanhoe
overlooks' Orlandsplendid < -
r M\: ;|.t < t" ecme' 'or two of,the enemy hiding Always look for that Name land and a fine home site< '

the' giftineri' 'ie'!: : a caner ,or .upstairs.. Many of The stucco cottage on Cathcart St. .
or tiM.i 'surrendered at others'did ,
tbejpins once-
one block north of Eda 'Park, just
the H t; '
rf of to;t. : completed-built for comfort and coayenience
Yostdlmereiat;'; "When we had cleared the'village, It may.be well to remember, says

we bacSto'Btkk'UM' of us' lay ,down on the pave the Times-Herald, that in the next; large lot, stone garage,, Hammond
beautifully situated and. will be sol
out.btiig.. ; ;able I'to-:r : ta, and 'snatched an hour's sleep. world you Will not be judged by by: for $6,000, good terms. 9-11-lm

bad. c)0gh:to.: : t,3:30'we..marched away again have means but by your meanness; not .

: iiwsy/; Wt { 'rid''the "place of the enemy, and your goods but by your goodness. Try the Sentinel for all kindsof FUNERAL BiRECTORS ANA EMBAIHERS.UL .

otto able to); : back to camp were glad to Printing. service.
." Subscribe for The Sentinel Prompt
"All te l'Sunday;; In Daily REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
eight Germane' A :sergeant of' the .Royal field ,ar' .

nel usiiAt' 'sight it ; who was wounded by shrap MIIMIIIIMtiMMHIMMiltftMMIItHtillMIIIIIICONWAY COMPARE

fah, V-e.,hd ;eo> ;, just; outside 'Mons' village, said

treadmi.ent:bat it t. the, German artillery fire :was NURSERIESGROWERS OUR

cover,.ahdotti'losses' : ) .once th&. enemy's gunners got FURNITUREWe

On ) ,we range, ,they: did -well. "Their AND DEALERS IN

r+ u Iii! ,'sooth' ti 1g :-ni. every bit as good as provide the quality of furniture that has long

one 'later;'= ; ,'s>although our,, battery'madeI I All Leading Varieties of Citrus' FruitsR. standard been accepted of merit.by knowing If an article furniture is buyers as the
tUent practice three here it is good. .
called, hwas found : of our men It wouldn't'be ,

dead;s41t?DeiaeJ: : 88.-killed. ,.and.twenty,out of thirty-- T. PEEL, Proprietor this:point too clear-it here were is it one otherwise.of the foundation We can't stones make 3

"Tkenjan. xirao : were wounded. lay on the field of this business
Local Salesman and that
means to
Pen L 1 and ;aeme .night( and.Was. rescued the next I any buyer. .
Glen St.
to' .. Fortunately, the Germans .
dance. ,
We were '
: Box.II' R. F. D. No. 1. Orlando
joy at':ht ying-Me : not .come:in 'and;find me during 9-24-tf { McNUi & DAVIS BLOCK

ucfto--irl'ttIae) Se. !long-hours of loneliness.". ,

btt,;wbe* bftng! .. : In' a' letter to relatives at Jarrow; MtllMMItmiilliMMMMIIMHMMIiMIMIiMMMWHERE Cor. Oraife Ave. and darck SL, Oriarto' Ha. |

.'shell. rod- tie, .bloc. mes Scott;_reservist,'in'Netley hos \ 4ii
:shwldithiak,'quite" $ .states that 'British, soldiers at : .
,"That'abotPeeele' : : dropped like, logs. Germans SCHOOL ?

od tie .r: shot down as they came ,'but --
Then anth.l.,half. :was like:knocking bUr beehivesr- OF FLORIDA
wounded this,way:. .hundred came up. for every one I cr.: GAINESmU i

Hint.. down a street ,down.. The, Germans were '1'&" nUMB
a,'basin 'andF'some; ; worst set, of'men he had. ever College of Arts and Sciences;Normal School j
School of laic School of
; Expression;
risg their:hands .. Their cavalry drove men and School of Art; Extension Dhrisioa: Graduate 8 Collect ana DMafena: Liberal Arts:
another shelV buM : men i in front of,them in the streets School: Modern Gymaasiom,wfth swimming ..Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teacben
t pool; bald baH and tennis eoartspMw and College; Experiment Station; Extension Di-
laid moat Of them Mona' ,so that'the British. could not modern buildings; beautiful campus; domi- "Tigion; Graduate School Ten new brick bond .
forks han all modern co&Tenieneei besides .
; new Ings gymnasiam. twimmmc poet aad
"What' happeeed dining room 'and kitchen moat hygienic la .many lubaidiary buDdin 61 officers,. tnatractora 1
the Honcestm.. : 1Vrl t>'ngto"h s sister Doncaster, Ilorida.U6 -jtaat_ladies_ from 49. erantiei and aatktanta. Kt young men !
and 11 atatei hut 47' Florida eevatlea and
weie' pat- ?* f c fa lieutenant:.in :the Belgian lancers TUITION FREE fa College and Normal foreign eomtriea lad .eak>n.. 24 States aad .,...,

*--,had .lo..'sUBd" that:after the_engagements he School Bocrd and entrant fees for the TUITION FREE. Board and. Entrance Feea, -
year 1124.00. For eataloKM write I1S1SO per year. Writ today for cataloxne BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
)torero. iMVb >1ghtin: the German dead, were 6 < EDWABD CONRADL Praideot A. A. MUEPHREE, Preaident '
1 to retire !>What ,,;.: : :: thigh To pass over these the .

without ocr.,seoead ; made bridges. of.the corpses IIIIMIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIMIIilMliWest Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
b w.--, l} :. their,own men. \1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction

.:"During"the'... : NOTICE during that time: V
I hit in the lead.-..".!''Be ROLLINS s .C COLLEGE[ [ Wmter Pa&
.,..... hi'l'u Beci Vmtir 8 ctira S Car $555.00Runabout
ti.'i V Touring
through .;.1 i .f CkapUr, 49M., Lm .f. Fkrid,, ,
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a ; Notice b kcrebr ,that lob SehaarqVotk 505.00 ..
of.Our:feUrera" S h:":']p.. ador'Fla,. imichMer tma of tax certificate OMefc M Mtsjt Bead '.....{II FkridaCeie
bead. and ';; *. f and IT*,.dated the Mi dtr of Jane F. 0. B. An can filly clipped.Firther
| offewd t Dt,.WOU 'mpectmlr. balance of tax Academy M-I.
FipressIoe Fine Art Io- \
bet he saMvlt' ! 't. No. CM.'dated. the fitk day of No- wt wffl k. M to ..t ba tie nuiaui effldaey)
: er. A. a'1896. .... filed Mid certificate ae Be aid Industrial Arts,,Bilges, Teacher's Coiose.. ta m fetor ,rodadIo.tU nioimM cast fa MIputkuiaf
tIPt, DejpHe .ma office sad;boa made application. for Twelve buildings. stag heat electric ire ud ales departments if wi reach am ntjtt ..fHI.
deeds'-to:teas la", V lights, atetecttea -
bat.of Wold:%,mi with law; ,... can between the aWr dateft
: eetifieate*, embrace:. the foBowinj de- . ,--he'l1BI awa, BO awkria, quarter adffiea.,MUr -
[rotirod'oa:3oaday. .porpertr,.aitaated in.Orrnnxe'fOUt). had .114 we Rack tld prediction ve agree to par M
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'took ,. towH 'No.:676'noatbwat'Qnarter : cadowBKat Three teachers of MUSIC, $5,000 orgaa, the fcTeTi aka iris 141 to Ml per car Co. ar afcmtAicutUtlS
_:U : I.; : : rtrr.-aertioa 25.' township a dew aiaaos two Glee chorus ) to every retail bager "H purcbuee a MW
Clubs class
'' :perh
A,:,sUlw t, chap aos ..raaas 38 east. aid land being ..- mew Ford car between Aifut I, 1J14 and August 1, HIS.
: ... at:.. of'the rwaw for hosiBess school '
; e datr hraaoee of rack : fifl baaJdag egotplreat. New
h re broke:ilL: '' For farther partkilan nsti&ni than low,price and profit-
| tke '
I iiate ifl of R.
BUM a HaD: No. 614, chearieal
( siho "C 'aerie of aorthwert CIIW'ter..see- aad physical.laboratories, equipped with every fcaria* .....
vsft: badly. cut
.. tovatkip 21 aorta, nags t& east; laid. awdera;device; aaalyas of soite, fertiMzers, foods, water.
tiro weld,". : befa. MMd at the date of the fcnaaee 'Preaaraiiw : sPhone RUSH,. ,
;0 fartagiaetriag '
sash cotiteai ia the aam ,ot CnoHMy. cense.Lakes
"ObraIa, BaBftea: ...balaMe-off ., xe:6e..'.... . _. ., ,, beatiaf, jWiMti&tip" foetbaS 226
.n 1P yserer >...lfc.ut quarter. ,teettoa -' ,
toweYO-. aa.elwaMa 28at east: .Tk" Caxiatiaa, bat ialri .leatiolnl.expeiess; : ..Vale.
.r'J > lend Mint wra i :the date 01. : -

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:I.OIIB., 3' ': .,<""'.', ..;r;-r:;-'. .: <" -_ -RIf A.;Halt''.k vrhidid' in.Flor--'"church tendered' farewell party to Has 17 opened Hughey an automobile street. If repair you want shopat
M. j their_ teacher, Miss ,Elma. Gettier, on service and reasonable rates call
q V ?hill. .4' t.... J" PT good
,....:......... .>8. Ifatttr.Ftar,. ..; .. . ]Friday afternoon in the Methodist. and See him., Also Overland, Hudson
'''' Seat man has remarked u..1iiiC'1a and Chalmers service.
; ; fumy ; : Sunday.school rooms. ,A mock wed- livery : SATURDAY Y All
Thii.ilrl'i|| tVWWCMPTKr M1MWeeklr. ,i d eaeigh to"'have to go 'to riling was ,arranged'and the little tocarried ts Phone 646., 6-26-6t:

,,..1ii<1 iw11.::: :: H:2.i:: : :::::(.,. war{; bit:the' 'French'soldiers,baveweer ;to. out the ceremony with all the LAUNDRY

-....:.. ..'.. ;.. ::1.H ,red pants' ; [pomp.and grace of the "grown-ups.1" -
.Nff l : ; .;.H ':";;.;;;; : ..11 1 ' *, *' .
.. ., ,. .,.. u. 'To 'the accompaniment of Mendels- Your general laundry work, French
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".. t.-..:l'YIif' i11If 1f1/11/1; ...-1NIINf. -'LOG Samutl: ; Blythe,..tiie "Who'e,Who"editor ,sohn's wedding march, played by Miss dry cleaning, and pressing will be ap-
; 4 N ., :; .jt.-: .; .,;! .!.. :'.7* of the S.iuldaj'Evemng Post Florida Howard, .Master A! n Co- preciated. Satisfaction,'and service .lull.NO 4111111.1.

1 /.w..fti: :.. Li. J :PATAWJB. .' ,.-' 'says'IMd'Xitcheneris' : the 1osttaci; boon, the bridegroom, led Miss Fran... Phone'guaranteed.654. ,Reel's Open September Steam Laundry 28th., L
,. j HJ .:"! "' _ turn- man in the English army. Having "ces. ,'Everett.iip the aisle to the altar. for whites'only. 9-25-tf
. .observed somewhat, that past 'Following them the bridesmaids

c, .j'. '.;:,"F.1'1,.il, ,.r"',tp._'<,.Ah'..,'.-. .L/-'""'-.. :_':- ..:,-.. .... master. .. of_=taciturnity_. ,_one__v>John__ ; Lind,DOrothy Estes and came Ruth Wray. Then, T. F. HOURIHAN,'Licensed Plumber.
'C4Jr, .K;.....,. ad i;aN-kr'>- .indct 'of:Hinnesota, Mr. ;Blytne knew bet*!came the flower girls bringing up the 'Conscientious work at fair prices. P PANICPRICES(
1 'unit w* k* huM fat'.* to kufawiAc ter than to that the head ofEnglia the'. Phone 629., 106 Court St., 8-23-tf
.f dw tetfMl Mtktor. tint P.'.. ,-t; say rear of the, procession.I -
--;Ai iv binn putout.: ;Ufa nbtewUW 00... amy was\the most taciturn : ,
.=r1ue.. to ... + .d atM sa tt1 b. world. :The costumes :were,particularly noticeable :Wood, $L50 a itrand up. Hand's .
*.a.4 T M tric%:....$S. matt &'the In'comparison n S Jn that ,they carried out the I _
Coal Yard 566.
.\, *f ; : phone 9-31-tf
with "Ton" Lind Kitchener is '
a regular :scheme .of, the wedding to perfection. I II r How big is a dollar? Depends
,: :Snbur :7 tettw The stW'iIeoD: ;tattle'tale. : on
cud skald notify tb*,oO<*'in,wrttint'09to '* * I The groom was dressed .in a minia- Eat'what you want .whether'you have it or not and what you
date of expiration; otherm it 'wfll btewtinoed 5 tore dress suit and, carried himself Eat all .
I youwant.Take intend to do with it-how
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.' .
; -remake:julneiiptiuunbl nth. ; One serious objection to buying, soon you mean
an: with all the of lord. a postscript and forget*it
notiet to riop k,wedrtd. grace a young to let go of it. Dollars
,"'" ,. automobile,.. in: Florida _these .days is The bride wore a beautiful gown covered For'sale by all druggists. ,. our Saturday Sales because are biggest during
:SATURDAY :SEPTEMBER'2$ 19U.htttton that the state ,license numbers are. with lace and the l-7-d&w-lyr they go the
,, ,, long veil made FURTHEST and buy the most. See 'em
-- -- . -
'f' .t 'i" getting so high that,it'oSts lots'of
-- -. an enviable train. After ,the ceremony The 'Sent 1e1's" devil, was impor- 'grow Saturday.
- to many figures'to tack
r'tioae money buy so .
: was over the guests adjourned to uned yesterday to buy milk Such values-such reductions
'Torki Gave no. bUli 'the the on account in prices
'.'in thk'Christian. ira i'> on.to tIJIend-of:aaa car another room where the wedding cake of the lacteal fluid going up. -such chances to save money you have

-iif"f __ -- :0" i was'cut.. Dainty refreshments of ice !"No good to try and fool 'me he re never known, because on Saturday we
>r' Some of the daily have head
:'In t ouhef-y11age .statee.the;; candidates lines 'Of'a papers cream, cake and candy were then plied, I've'milked before. All you forget all about profits. Its our way of

,. do not'dare>refer to :)hi'lady, Duel Along telling the Aisne."Heavy" The Artillery diction served. Several :beautiful presents have to do is to pinch 'bossy' on the winding up a week, it serves double pur-

"., 'voters,as the plain people. ary definition .of ,"duel" 'hard11'warrants were children.presented to Miss_Gettier by the back and down she comes." pose of a clean up for us and a benefit for

( , "', __ the use of the word except when our customers.

p .The.: ,:DiaaeM'iD: sk-' stories" have' two r people. are engaged: in a deadly who owns one of the largest commis-
:.: ;gene the'dieard since the newspipersare'fnn combat Hundreds of thousands of sion houses. The fruit brought fancy TOWELS

: of::equally' thrilling men, shooting cannon and guns at prices. Huck and Turkish

;lies, about tie.. ;.war'in Europe. 1r their enemies isnot a duel, it,is cruel Messrs. Gentile, the big citrus Many efforts have been made to Exactly the same as we offered you and which N

war.' growers and packers of Frostproof, make shipment of fruit from various you so freely secured last Saturday-100 dozen

:Now that..the Thursday 'half holidays .' see I were in town on business this week. parts of the state, but all have failed, more-large size, heavy, close weave, bought in

f are over for'',the"year some'on'that e ,The Miami Herald ,speaks in very I{We learn that they shipped the first the unripe fruit being seized by the the ordinary way would cost 15c. Saturday night

:has, .... : complained, .-;recently, they, complimentary terms of the presi- ''car: load of grapefruit from' Florida sheriff after it had been picked and again at

A 'wtre onlyaeed'for raining,purposes. dent's .proclamation for 'a day of'for the season. of 1914. 'The fruit jacked ready to load on the cars. IQc each

t' 0 prayer, and calls it "a matchless document -f came from their famous groves at Messrs. 'Gentileare to be congratulated -

Those poor'unfortUnate 'Americansfwk whose' appeal is clothed, in. Frostproof and successfully passedthe upon their early shipment A
enlisted;.in the: *French- "armypnbably language 'that compares'with then | state test as to ripeness at Orlando Frostproof is only eighteen miles east GINGHAM "SENSATION"Toile

'; do :t..bow' that .Boston Psalmist,", eta: The proclamation is ,- being exceptionally fine and of Fort Meade.-Fort Meade Leader. du Nord and Bate's Seersucker

has"abeet 'cinched' ," the''1' 'National" signed by both the president and his well matured. The shipment was sent I 150 Patterns to choose from-Checks, Stripes,

League.pennant' secretary ,of state, WillianiJ. Bryan,j'1 to the elder Mr. Gentile. in the West Tartans, etc., etc., Regular values 12c and 15c.
II I 11111 IlllitMcCULLOOH'S All
day Saturday,
l{ D: ; ,
and the:query arises whether the doc f

"rhe 'Cleniwatern' 'declare that ument, b'the. work. of'.the .president. :ately to old Mr. Delivan. himself. lie yard
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Wlskad, cotton, wee, produced:'iti of his chief advisor. Possibly Editor They tried to hog aIIe1' comet whenit

mellas county before ,the 'railroadssad Bryan drafted .it and College President j went switching it's tail through the No length restrictions.

'came carried to market in schoon Wilson,corrected it 1 universe a few years ago, but we all :

'ere, .That was i 'm.' ,Blow it'off andi *, 'aa, J got a peek at it just the same, and 1 1j j APRON GINGHAMS

) gaze' at:the bottom of ,the'schooner. Gray Rush has-had a show window we 'did not go to Jacksonville to see : .
Store Checks Blue
-- Department only, and White, Black and White,
fi -
(' _' 0J built for,the Ford'cars but he can not ]it l either., : Brown and White, Red and White, and Pink and

A New Jersey.woman'had her.hus- get the ,cars"fast enough to supply .. I White, Regular 8c. yard, All day Saturday
''baridarreatedfor, :elemcet1amtrdcy st his customers, Jot.to. ':mention gettinga Try Sentinel classified advertisements :
night because_ he extracted stock. of them ahead,and a pretty if wanting to buy, sell or rent I cents

- :fifty.cento-'from his"'$14"w-weekly. payenvelope one.to.put in the window.. He might.They are money makers. : Jelly Tumblers .

to.'have, 'an .aching: tooth put.horse and carriage in the win-,: It. FANCY RIBBONSONE

:" ed.,_Now who says: the hand, that; low, they anemone, of a novelty thana MMimiMMMIIMMIMlT.F.HOUR1AN Fruit Jars LOT
fancy Satin
'rooks ;the:.cradle' does;-.not ,rule the car. Already some of the children I : : Ribbons-Rich heavy
'- quality, fine
r. wf' regular values; 35c to 50c
\' -, .;. w3s donor know much more about horse I yard. Saturday night r
L 1 . :,0", ___. ," S than the small, boy who wrote in,'a ; :
'"It'. ,time' for another Ocala:aaloont& composition: "The horse is an animal : Licensed Plumber and all kindPreseingKettles 23 cents

dose, Read. ,.taw':from- -- ,':the Ocala Hells,four legs and: a,'tail, one' at : SanitaryEn2 eer .
1- <
"Batieri-, ,: each ,corner." Estimates Furnished. Jobbing CHILDREN'S SCHOOL DRESSES
% S*It is now said that the,war: in En"en 'aaa Promptly Attended to.
: Money savers and time
savers to mothers.
y [. ", .It. :bit, Florida.. :fore. and. ,alt-hip The Times-Union head line says: PHONE 629 have a splendid range" new designs, coloringsand We

: \-ths.Okkwaha aH,1' P jthlacoochee river "Delivan's. New..Comet Now, Visible i 106 Court Street fabrics. All sizes stocked. Specially priced

'I.sIt'hit.Florid'" a fort. and aft--hip i Jacksonville., ." .If those JacksonviHians -
andt&gn. mm noRA 50c $1 $1.50 $1.75
Ii' are so mean as to not allow Avenue.JilllliMMIHIMIiMIHIl. ,
''t 1 ..xOfcourseitamighty any of the rest of us to see that j 4sllmMIIMIMMMMIMMHM I
be"o i J. $2 and $2.50ONE
fine to '
comet we shalf report them Immedi-
enough:,to" compkm' ufthe..l high 3 ;
[j cost of living"'and be'able to read the r
' lllllllllllllliltlllll1lllllllill.IIII..II..1 LOT left over from last season, in Percales
111111 ,
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wti::news, but; wouldn't it., be,much Ginghams. and Chambray, Saturday at
'mare :inteieagag'to'Start to school
next.week and read 'such sentences as Fresh GARDEN SEEDS half priceThis

,them! "The' : ox;'may=eat hay.' Did : is considerably less than the cost of the
'eke see me aim t\e'. guiiat'the fox? material
r -
_ :The'cat can. purr and:mew.H, Those ATMcELROY'S -- .

sentences q fi. '-are, 'difficult to the little, WHITE WASH SKIRTSAll
'ones,'bit they get a rest by throwing
:PHJJSMA.CYMMMiilllllllMIMIMIMMimiltMMMIIMiMMI: : we have left, from last season's trading.-
spit.balls at the teacher,'and, putting' only-in Ratine and Linen. Saturday at
bent:pins on .the'recitation seat "

"., :. .0.' : ... half price
The. British war' office has flatly I" -
IMIIIIiillliilllilllHIilllllllilllllllllllllllHIilllllllll "
denied that any',Roman troops have SHIRT WAISTSIn

bean landed-in,France,through England -
Ii Voiles, Rice Cloths, Organdies. etc. A clean
: ,"'but letters:from Americans, in up of all our Summer Waists. Regular values

England,declare that countless thou- up to $1.50. Saurday, each x
:stnde.of-Russians have p..ssecf south
',over the 'English railways., It. is 49 cents
:probable.Bthteee'Americans- 'are cor- > Once time

'rest; that the-Russian troops, have ; ;;, upon a NEW GIRDLES

been landed in Belgium and they may . . '
\ r 100 ONLY-New Girdles in Black, Roman
,' .fall upon the' German_rear like a ton Stripes, etc., etc., worth from 75c. to $1.25
'of:briclc.,;. It'was to:be eipectedthat'the : Saturday, each

British-war'offiee would> deny the There was an alarm clock who wanted to When he was dead sure he,could make
;report,'for;no good could' come to the 59c each
get in this world.
allies in:letting;Germany know that up a clean sweep, He hung out his single and
additional forces were forming 'lithe' So he,had himself fitted.with ,a'reg Iar'bid for business. GROCERY DEPARTMENT

,rear of her'battle lines. *. ALL DAY
X watch escapement, light-running motor, ALL DAY
ii f' Today there are three and a half millionnames BEST NEW YORK POTATOES,
{ selective alarm calls, and large easy- Per peck ___ 30c
Sanford Herald
; ,The Lake Region ----- --------- -
; '.Preeeoaatioii. '.win_,meet :in Orlando 'winding keys. on,his calling list he's got the biggest y

- : .on;Wednesday,.October 7th, and 'Then practice in the alarm dock business. ICE CREAM JELL '0, 3 for._____ 25c
so they see him in the dim "
the: editors'of, Florida are:;invited. to .

attend, irrespective of location,While morning light, 'he ordered -,himself a His name is BIG BEN, theJ best oversleep DESSERT JELL 0.\ 3 for.._...__. 25cORLANDO'S

.' ;;truly the.newspaper: .men of the,coun- great ,big white ,dial ,and, large ,black, insurance'that anyone can buy,
'ties of,Osceola,-Orange, Lake,Semi- .
ode"and Yore' are'eleNfor' active dean-cut hands._ Sold by .

membership;the editors of Florida -, ., -
"i -
:; -or any.other state are welcome'to at'tad -

.the; nee Brs.- ;A fine'i program
.:will be forth,' .', .
arranged oceaion'and .

:though :real ,business i, will, take. up ", ,
r' ,
; .roost of.'the time of.the.editors they RICKSONIVES( C O. H

.. _will also have a,few minutes,to spare
JQ ;visiting;:the,city "of' Orlando, the

,prettiest. inland city ,in the entire

-'sOuthJa>4L The 'big i 'hearted people -T.Evanst.he : l

;; 4et.as->of:Orkado. .hosts- can and.,he-.then",depended they.bave' ,upon such;to,' : /. Jeweler. : :, DfP'ARTMfNI. STORE

aed oee as-HowardReeseFerns: ; *
':Sparfa aaWahon,'Branch and other .,: 'OPPOSITE 'FOSTOmClEXPERT '.-. :, '.;. .,.' ..'.. ;. .. '..','1' ..' ,. FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
: :.r. "
H .. ,, .. > . ' \c' '
" :=,Lewper:,men(te- take. ,,the','lead.< ., 'The. .; ; -;;< ;",t / : ,> ; ,.
8te :who jI l t'O: l":1th: ;:"
:4 1 October.aw be"assured ofa'good( .. "
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)s*| ttn>'. (X JMcwat;- *. .**icaJMnJH '"BM1.Matey...at. "i Aaaapolk' ',, II iiiimimmiiMiiiitiTODAY'S COOK AUTO CO. '

anM Wa (1ft*: aitht JmmPaytw 1..;iafiBf*:8"ied-bye, \,to__<'. Misr ,many.. I - .. .

_ *'i B' eK.vk. .a. ...*....... '-.. .-...'...r'. friewb"f &Oriaado' .. ; as heJs.retumingr : I PROGRAM :? Del Ii III t ill's I
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f:;*i 'f.< : Ma studies .. ;
r, y to- . ,-- e ,. today.y ., Eclair., aThe'Link' in the Chain.
:Ji. &W 1.f _. S, ,:Btta*: iftaMMa_ .* *. :i- A drama of mystery. ;' with Barbara

Bight free Hew;'Y"*k,,wtee' ahe'has yC.; H. Hoefftar'AM bought the.W..T.. Tennant'A.0.,and Lund.A. 0. Lund. Produced W. .c. T. U. 'ELECTED' OFFICERS .. .
bil '! g-Il ?t/H; Sims' .house..-'oa'Liberty street' ',,Orlando. ., AND DELEGATESThe

", aad win leave shortly.to',reside there.He '

:Jli if"' ; th. .-. ,Wt i ;,expects. :to keep, '.his. home':grove. INVITATION TO OPENING OF Women's Christian ,(Temperance

., lor.1: DeLaad.'utiaie." ate.. *, -
.': _fa Stetsssi. t+.awersity.: hel gain Euetk Eustis"Lake Be-

I'I:'"j:*.*C4' ?::. ....,.>(T :...:.-.:. _....,. !r'ilii ik"&Vv! \: "*aSaiJuan ; "6'0(7. i'. ': 'The residents. of Orlando-are cordially ,afternoon for the purpose of election .-
: '.* JoIae Jt the -.;!,. I t - ATrn 'invited to attend the thirtieth I of officers. The election resulted as
; Md :; -'
. :: .hotel, :rrtwaed ,,J sight. } Mr. and Mrs"M...:J.:Daetwfler, who annual opening exercises at Rollins : follows I I is a question that puzzles some women .

> : "s. .itt, .I0 &aea. ". .BNeWiBei. here.*.been spending tie',.s5mmer., >at- College,;Wednesday morning,September President, Mrs A. A. Gould. let us help you solve this problem .-:" ,.

J. "."'JWL'. .,.. .,-J1 .. f i :: come in and look'at our .

l". *r 'r ,- ._.--- a:day{;or_so, a;postcard'having beenreceived President. Story. .
> From churches: Mrs. A. J. Mos-
4, *'Mrs.;: H.: A.. Vivian::aad.:daegatar; ordering the Sentinel ,delivered Watch Fobs
teller, Baptist Mrs A. J. Branham, ,
s '
been their: residence 408 South
Hiss.Eileea, who bare speadiag :at, ,
> tfef MUBBMiL. m" North:-Caretoa,' ar West:street .- Presbyterian; Mrs. Topliff, Catholic; II Scarf Pins
: 'med.hone 1Mt\ jpt;?. "<. of. ' ,- Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hamrick, who :Mrs. Starnes, Episcopal; Mrs. Percy

; t '.$ *' :' Jl .'r.T. :T. Dale arrived ,home last have been spending the summer at :Daubach, Unitarian.
,, (:-i< _ -; : : Cuff Links
.' "JI r." Farrii;KiDtc;ret. .rae.tto.,.'Orlamdo night after three weeks spent. .in.different Daytona: Beach,arrived in Ocala' yesterday :Jeuchbach.Recording secretary Mrs. Eula II ..' . ul.nnvog

;. yestardaf:*osa Daoaa'wb&e; *.eastern. ,cities, where he 'at afternoon and are the guests .
we are glad to show
Corresponding Mrs. J. you
Hamrick's sister Mrs B.
" of'Mrs.
'.M'_.. . ...'! ., :tMR. J."" -. tended the annual'sessions of,several :M. Pedrick you wish *o see.
Be ,epa' '! havfflg'a'fee""taae.;;. fraternal 1, orders, the last :being ..tAtJantic..Cit1i.where Looney. :Mr. Hamrick will go on_ to .
.- ', '- Treasurer Mrs.-J. H. Vick. .
*f < Orlando.on business, and Mrs..Ham
: the'Odd Fellows
v .
rick will remain here his ab The following were elected to the
during H
+ "'')6ss Marie.(XBeny,. ,Kksaamee. were: 1'see iOD. AUen&CoJewelers
sence. Mr. and Mrs. Hamrick will ;annual conventions, both state and I !
,arrived'on Fridayon the 1:19 traintefsJNHvi -
x in :national: Mrs. Topliff, Mrs. Pedrick
spend the winter either Tampa,
: the wwkd;with htrfriead; :Mr/and Mrs.E.'L::Frost, of Ana*
and Mrs. Vick, with Mrs. Gould and W
Miss Blanche'Bwats. .,,of tWs'dty.Mrs. .> beim, CaL, are among the new comers Orlando or;this city.-Ocala Banner. :
Mrs. Sanders alternates.The .
.. .. in Orland, arriving yesterday from ri ?

,....',. .....:A. :.N. Salley who has, been' the "Golden State.." They are pleasantly SPECIAL NOTICE TO TEACHERS Jacksonville state and convention the national, will meet convention in JI .
vttutMn.'.';E.,:JtlThMMS;c at.pretty .>: r;; located on :North Orange ave- RepairingHliiiiiiinMiillMtlMililllltlllMIIMilliiillH 1

,home,,,"Dixie,",on Lucerne Cir.; nae:and are here.for the. purpose.of All teachers in the' city schools are I in Atlanta, Ga.
the trustees to The W. C. T. U. now numbers seventy -
:ele,:left yesterday'aftersoon). orAr.cMia : making this plaee'their home. urgently requested by ,
.... : a .;:; 'Tf __ meet at .the old school building at I paid up members and with such
-" .;.i F, a 4 'r nine o'clock this morning. 'workers as Orlando has expects to IJd
. '" Mr. Robert Van Buskirk,
,,'& r ,Today sod I IILUnLTON' do a good year's service.
',,Mr.:nnd,Mrs.:T.:W..'Mathews, Mr. of'Mr.:and Mrs. Justin'Van Buskirk, ,
.George C. Keller and Miss Helen Ives of this city, who has been 'spendingthe
; .cemposed:.a: pleasant auto party'1e.from past month in Orlando on'vacation -

:( t : Daytona .'.Beach. lastnlgfet ; ,'and' who has been participant Mr. Kendrick Guernsey, trustee in It is a subject of frequent comment cD

t'3 -: In"many of:the social.functions:here; bankruptcy, has. sold the millinery ,hat the beautiful park around Lake QOa=
and dress goods stock of the bank. ,
;q --, returns to his, studies at the United Eola is insufficiently lighted at night
firm of Hamilton & Dunn and
:If &;A.. G. Branham and.daughter. ; States naval academy at Annapolis. rupt? :Several complaints and criticisms
the stock will be moved into the Rol-
YiecMaryan" expected .to arrive have lately been made that boys and
here:today.:from Asheville, 'N... C, lins building, where it is understoodit t
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Collier and.son will be disposed of at a sacrifice :young men congregate especially yur.Jm9l-fl
ivnere_ ,.they have been spending. the are among the arrivals: in Orlando'for sale. 'about the benches around the fountain -
,stunner. '', the winter. r.Mr.. Collier"has, been .in. and indulge in boisterous and
-f ;" business inManatee: 'for often profane talk to the
: county some annoyance
_: UNDISPUTED FACT Polish Your Silver
Among the: pupils:enrolled in years but has disposed of his holdings of the neighbors and passersby. It .

f the :boarding department the Ca- there and moved to Orange county in has'been suggested that the authori-

' :" 'ttiedial'school are -Miss .KatharineBeeves order to give: his son.the.advantagesof ,It is an undisputed and unchal- ties could place an 'electric' light directly Wrights .Silver Cream Electro-Sii-
lenged fact that a Sunday is
; ', ..,1 of- ,,Tam pat,.aad. ,Miw' ;MarianBowky'of ... ,our excellent colleges,and schools. paper over the fountain' and in so
acknowledged the best advertising
: PakAa.! doing! it would obviate this annoyance con.
n __... medium in existence. Every success-
*a 1 ' ." Mr.. and Mrs. J. A. Huntingtonarehom ful advertiser concedes this, so'you and also beautify and afford a more
)[r.cJLiAtM'and niecewill.return
; complete protection against this
from a delightful outing at make 'wants known the
your through I Pick Your Teeth
,.Orlando,. today>after
: Daytona-Beach. It is interesting abuse of the city's park.
very Daily Sentinel on Sunday morningyou
lag abseat mace June.: The most of speaking '
In of the late improvements
,1ht- J ;was ape&t"at'.their old home e .to hear Mr. Huntington tell 'of will reap the harvest. .Guaranteed -
the question arises should
the catches of'fish that With the Gold Medal ToothpicksPotted
3a Man-iigtoa ,W.'VL : big : are now larger circulation in Orlando
,. not the' unsightlyweeds' and undergrowth
''J!: r being made. He says that Dr. Sylvan than any other paper printed.
;; McElroy is-the king over upon the lot between the Unitarian -
_K .,William: A.Wells, of St;'Paul, ; chapel and the, fountain also
there and is
; Allan B. Whitman
Dr. and Mrs. ,
f :Minn.:,:writes that she and her daughter ',,
\ be ,removed so that the entire plot
''Orlando after:. sensation. who have been spending the summerat Plants Cut Flowers Funeral
expect. to retenrto' for be well kept and attractive to the ,
hi few s weeks' thedaugh'toieter Blowing Rock, N. C., .are: expected
tae winter .a people Designs Wedding Decorations.
ter. .school here .The- Hotel'Longwood, .was'the scene borne; Monday night. En route home ,
of a most enjoyable dance on Thurs they are stopping at, Lineville and

.;,,;; iXi. -.' day 'evening, Many well.known Orlando Alta.Pass, N. C., and Jacksonville for MAKING MONEY
and.Mrs. Louis', Dolive. and Mr.siad'Mi& ,. -'
-' faces.were seen.upon the floor brief visits. of is THE SANITARY GROCERY
: .S. .G. ,Dolive:returned yes- .. Biggest per cent profit ever
:also:many of Sanford's'jounger'setwere -
= derived from the use of the Sentinel'swant
-to rdayVift6rBOO&from i'glesent out
t ." _' Beacb..' [ present. ,Among those present .Mr. McKinney, the proprietor of ad. columns.T. CARUTHERS & GORE
iag .. They came
atuDayto&a} : from Orlando were Messrs. Tiff Hammond one of Los Angeles' most prominent
,Mme Geo.'Cgellei'a: car. II Phone 2006fi8&.Mss
1Mr.' :....-... Weldon Phillips, Richard picture theaters, was a visitor in the F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
Bunch,'and Randolph Cobb. city yesterday. ,Mr. McKinney hav- Conscientious work at fair prices. Streetilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllf
Misses. Alice, :; and ,Jan .*bitnef ing heard of Florida and its possibil- Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf f'

'two;rrt.. ty J:-young ladies. ;;of-Jackson: The: big :Christmas stock of fine ities desires to locate in the state and

'and viDe,-aunt are_,bere:Mr..;on aDdJtIf&.a visk;to C.theirancle;.G. GoodTien -', candies& .Abernethy;was selected drug store by the yesterday DeLaney, in share the in, theatrical its prosperity.business Having practically been iMMiiiHitiiiiiimiiiimni I MIIIHIiMMMIiiMMIliM, . ::uunuuuuuuuu: ::: ::: :: :::

.-. ,>ithef home f on,-..,'West" street- .. and:Mr. DeLaney says 'he will have all of his life, it is his desire to follow >

*; '.1-- """"" the finest :line seen here ,in a long his.natural bent. Visiting the Grand

:Raymond;Fuller! left,yesterday.for time.-This concern is representative theater last night he was greatly surprised .

.DeLand;where. be w31 attend'Stetson of'the''Johnson. Candy company and to find such'an up to date play ,.. c:A".. :''..'.;",.: '' ;' 'f'.

s t Baiwtity... Rayme&d. is oae" :of'sprlaado'e -. their.salesman, Mr. James P. Kennerly house in a city of this size and stated

.*.o...deabt.. give.a good.accosat of, him- making the selection. theater in.. .the state.
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,1.i -. NOTICE T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
,Workmen : Conscientious work at fair prices.
were busy yesterday afternoon -
; Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf
: insUBiag. ;eo.e. handsome i ''The 'ladies of: the Presbyterian 1915 Hudson '40" Here

:new,1 satire in,"McElroy's=drug,store; church Win, ,sell home made cakesand Eat all you want. .

Several\rnew.pieeea.' !' ;were. placed-i and, candy',at':the Yowell.Du worth Eat what you want. t -
all are"beautiful'additions: to this 'al-.' store Saturday from 4 to 9 .p. m. Take a postscript and forget it. .. J' .
tosdyneat For sale by,all druggists. :1 U. '
: R.) eetebliehmeat, 9-24-3t 1-7-dftw.lyr $1 550 :

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;: ';. \|\t. Should find' your"automobile under shelter when not in last > ,.

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"'Ji-:;7" large storage capacity, and for .

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

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Mitchell,/ all have the careful "'. :' '. '
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......-'-.hlrAr:B Y' ,,< -' ",,'-- sale"The the TerraCeii Nurseries have faro ,' :J+uniber: :IZ.,aths and Shingles
't5 I : i gayana. is. .. geed hay and " variety' of grapefruit,. from ).
Murrxucs.. one to
i .... .a.d dow :very_.well three years old, budded on three to

f. .: ., good soft, and. sU,.. 1ieW. ,.i 'Loat.,: Yatedr r for :.k. ,WW four years old rough lemon roots;
t\\ -:..wry--' welL. ,. -"'"' -*, - ReeC.ik. ; .1 ilrtetilieelileet. ; iioe;toroa.esh. fee :year old buds' on three years old f
lesriiett' mofd: tiistWeYtd of II ... .ar lsss.< ..... ..Ii ;aaaa.pq rough lemon roots. All in first class

I lit grass- k' this cowtry;is-in.':1902,= Mr. ad+ecWiirle; : Iw .tiA.;.... u MliwrMasal condition. -

gA r. :litest ,Dr; :Diand. G.: FaWid. ,: Agri- li.adaa. nait.( TERRA CIA NURSERIES,
Ceia Florida.
Uftoral;;Bxfianr,' seetred .a.:bag of J. C. Rowell
At'.st d/k & ttAfrica. (:wstUi FOR- SALE-:Five'gallon nickel plated Correspondence solicited., Manager. ORLANDO -
; .. coffee urn, ;
as good as new,i ata
aitndkg' :a great'deal of'attestte r -,. ......:;- H. 'C. Brooke, Box, 573.;

.. :., fc. that.:wwtry.. : 9-26-6 : NANCY HALL and Porto Rieo sweet
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,.,...".Tssseelge. . iK, . : potato ..u ps.a 'L'16 per 1,088.
i' tllll. "' c "'- dD FOR.' SALB-One. or both' of a team Q9iek cWiei1.' Cub. Apoka Plaat l.yal Ceieit
,; imiisM of Mack mares, weight 1100 and co.-Apepks, Fta. &-I4-tl Afatite Plaster ud Perfection lime
a-adMay. 1200... Good drivers, single or double.
-;,t i; -.t.r... g,"er>. OcWter. . .'sad. "Novemj h': C.E. Enlow", Winter Park, Fla. Who is yourpalaur aid. dens ater? :_._ _ ___ ______ _ 0
}I Wr to '&e fall wooH."be\.to.:nestfemble 9-18-tf. .If:you are,tatarffd. keep the one you 4 I

!j .tiete.for:eoe fog,in North ban; if:not, &. w T. Eafeisu, :
,! fOB.SALE-Good driving horse, will Ne. IM.
: 1404! .
-.;PlelWL .1\it' IIH' te'plio .wild <'
+ anywhere; new one-horse : .
.fj .' : ..biy':flit ,MBtral" and .genes. wagon., Quick' sale. Apply I 4 ,

" Fieliiti-aa WeB M aay'other-time of !Magnolia House,.corner.of South and J3"tT'SJ: ESS ,

il'f :fifes :y- .ar.':' ,.- IW.seed' shoeM be". "sewn. ,BOOM streets '924t ne Cathedial SchoW

: "k a:AS: bed :
: f thowBgUy,prepared, FOR' SALE Seven room house; 21-2 .
1 .a.:oowwd very :li ktly. It. miut, acres best garden land; 125 small
a,:. a :...., be fa;contact pith moist Boil budded orange trees.. Inquire L. Box OKLiNDQ, FLORIDA Important

;:.i 'J Vfomtnitt>:.mdfly. Under.favorf 671 city., > 9-22-61..- (hob ***.. u F Loath .....) friendships result from the right introduction, and

11 I :ahle'oeniitie: ; nn* tk>n wfi '.t kAiwa For Sale-Silver Cluster GrapeFruit 1EIPENS WWII 7 the most important ones come through the right

. t ;; in abort $ days; and:;the. seed.fiift : and Valencia late orange buds. A banking con.

i.' 1,1 nay'be expected to,skew above Vigorous; :old.9232m .stock. ,. 50c '1 year; 75cx2years BeeNar Bearig ad ui DaySpcdil sebeel-ter Guaea-Pri.aq GIrt.-. nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We

,,: It .gre.d> a .....:With-good'seed 5pewUi J )H., C.MCDANIEL Ia&mu.late___,-.?.- _ad V.U.M Aaleate L rwrncal Grata Caltan_ invite to
}:: ;1 : ,to 'the'acre'will be safficknt. '. ; me tie ScjeMe-Afairabte Sttwtfoi you open an account with us where a personal inter-
1 : '- FOR. SALE-One cylinder, 4 h. mt Satrap* -aiaate B.dtkfal_
for a good ...., p. Carefal Etmt Ufe-Capakb est is taken in
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Excelsior depositor.ORLANDO
ji ';> ; motorcycle, 1913 model, Law..... every .
- : Prefaratien. ef 'tae: L81"j j in fiat class condition. Cheap for

: it ;;Riwdes. :.grass. seed, :is motela .-. ,Apply at '306 West Concord Ker. Boderick P. CM, BLbep liana
i \{h jmaD. .eMueqoestl IY the.>seedUan:; will .. 916t PsalkatDudley

',;--1 v! :be quite weak so..that? the land"shouldb WANTED. TO SELL, or trade for .- '-- BANK & TRUST CO.

t t ; prepared with:great,thoroughness. real estate, my five passenger

?" < I i It should be.broken'up ail:deeply' asfor Mitchell, in.good repair. A. L. Beck. Matthews 'I II
'1 icy,other.farm'crop, then worked Illlllllllllllllllll muttiiiiiiuinCLOTHING

1 pewhetly: saaootfa!:;wi& 'the . . .
. ,harrowT FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine ARCHUECTUIUL AND GENERAL I ..
f and. :"the. ai d i8 wn. After:.,the seed hammock land;' eight in grove; thepresent

".' f i 'vantageoos hai'been eown'it,.:to'.ran will a-:roller be found.'or. some ad- ready 750 to for 1,000 crop setting boxes of oranges-; 500 10 acres trees will be in all from lake told;, out Blue office'ntlnllnd drawings DRAFTING.,Map show Work.cards Pat and .IIIIt::::: ; l IIIJItt; ltl1II::::::::::::::::::::

>. .,other 1''saafiar;farm implement, over one and quarter miles from A OpkL general commercial art. Perspec
the'sofl to;compact the surface and' Price, $5,000. Address W. H., Box hires in color or flat washes.ROOM .

''.! :.---'-;'tJIe.fA- ' ) come .in dose cOn.W' 178, Orlando, Fla.' 923tfFOR 12YowellDnckworthBuilding

SALE-Fine cypress posts.
; 4-The: smout'Ji' .that Inquire of Frank
hay: can be Phillips, Pine Cas- HOur
Ut made t sere of Rhodes tfe. 9-18-tf PHONE 543
;from'a fraction of-u 9-lo-dlwU
.:. to'4 ors: teas b t one should be satisfied with conveniences; unfurnished at new stock of '

\. << with 3'or 4i.u' on'land,that is 106 West Concord Ave.; price reasonable -
jHjDoaeidered\ good'fir general'cropping to.amaU family. Also on second WOO Woo 1 Woo 1
' ; floor )of 201 West Concord Ave, a
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;;purpose* The:grass,grows;continuowly suite 'of. three rooms with bath and IM and Winter
; J : .and. wSl "not need! toilet Excellent Core
; ? -re- 8 din g This, suite is arranged for Pine. Wood Supplied Clothing
,;. ?;for several". years.; .'l\ep1eon, the light housekeeping,all furnished two o
1 sEzpNrimegt Station additional rooms might be arranged in any quantity
: grounds s' was
; for,if desired. See Wm. L. Coryelel,
-: ..,( .seeded in,the. sprag ofl989; and,the. 201 West Concord Ave. 9-23-6t -

: pkats- are'still'vigorous- .-A considerable ,- (.Concord Avenue is o be paved). SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE Made by SCHLOSS BROS. is
# amonnt' coming in
.. of ,hay .can :be made ,
f 1011 seed sowam'the; ., ;; spring. .The FOSRJNT STRANDS OR MORE

,;, tnt.of:. thiei2I come. .oR.during'threinpaportion and we are anxious for you to see our
: FOR. -:
. : RENT- Two for
. i1 of the, year, ,and :one rooms light
. f];.or. :two,mowings later housekeeping, with aH modem con ELDREDGE BARLOW New
' -. when, the- dry veniences. Inquire 312 E. South St. Styles and high class tailoring. Best
S;twoather, has _set JL; It grows ,continwnaiy 9-25-6t, ,

"., ,r .throsghost;the year..and is ,--... Telephone 375
oot:severely. effected:by light FOR RENT South place in the city to buy clothing.
,,' :7tv :frosts. Rooms for light housekeeping; modern Street, near A. C. L.
'* grate'grass,and up to date; furnished or unfurnished
; .. tritive'valoe" roas" ahrat:the'..sameas den, fruit and flowers.. .See J. F. .

-<, :[ crrb-graen or' 'timofty. Watkins.._ 9-24-tf W. M.
> 8.! .. : : .. FOR RENT MASTEB'S SALE
!' f J;JWAR ;..NEWS,- A LA MNGYILLE. Fourteen room house;modern up- -
to-date; partly furnished; on Lucerne Under and by '\ rtue of a decree of i-foreclosure
"' ,:BUGLE Circle; with garden, fruit. and flow- and sale rendered by the Honorable
<\ .1:1 era. J..\F. Watkins. 7-80-d&w-tf. James' W. Perkins, Judge of the Seventh Ju
:: dicial Circuit of the State of Florida sitting ::::::: : :
:j The war editor. of,the Citrus' .FOR RENT-Six rooms for light I n'Chancery for Orange County in & certain IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIII1:1111111111; : 11111::
Sowty'Cferoakle cause pending in
is Court wherein
a genius as well : The
housekeeping. Furnished or unfu m i I State
Bank of Orlando,
it. sir corporation is

I lariats;:Flo'; Change hwaerist+ -.m'War Under. 'Situation the heading,":.lie, ,ished.9-22-tf.Apply 409, DeLaney Street: as M.complainant Special Groover Master,are and defendants Willet'Groover in Chancery, the undersigned will and sell Irma to I 111\" " " """ '\" \' " " " \ \\\\t''\ c

the'foHowag direct,.'from the the highest bidder for cash, in front of the I I
e'; Beautiful dwelling with Court House door in -
zvea'i'hfg"type: Orlando, Florida, during I
garage; :elegantly' furnished; on the legal hours of pale on *F.en..9ffiwt
l : Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. -KnOx. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 7. 1914. I
;| TlMrrare; many .unauthorized sta- 8-27-tf the mortgaged property referred to in said I
etc decree to-wit:
mack that,cant be relied on. 'The northwest
quarter of the southwest '
::1 There,isn't any news from the war :MI5CBLLANBOUS Quarter of section ten (10), township twentyty -
(22) south of range twenty-nine (29) east, :
,. |ioap i.that'is" reliajbk .these, days. less one'acre square in the northwest corner I They Were to
'f[Tea with four nations are com A. GOOD by' G.: R. thereof situate lying and being in the County I I

leted in;,Waafeiagten., I Banks; 42 Lakeview avenue. of Purchaser Orange to and State for of titles.Florida.. Terms cash. I
pay I H I
fir f \f'; \ i WANTED-Position by experienced FRANK A. SMITH. :

|iTr9atie0 between(theIUnited. States grocery clerk. Have good knowledgeof Massey a Willow Special, Master in__ Chancery. ., :

mCmt. Br sin, Franc, Spain and different lines. Best leferences.es. r Solicitors for Complainant : be Married

'his,.Were" signed 'the;other.day b'j'i Address. ,,Box 178, Sentinel Office. 1914.The to sale October is ,continued s.. 1914. from September 7, ; Soon !

Jgeeretary 'Brjan'and, the .
British, WANTED-400 sour: orange, 4K
i._ .'SpanW. .'and. the, -"Chinese am- grapefruit stock,.2 or'3 years old; NOTICE IN-BANKRUPTCY
t, must be thriftygood.. State pric U S. District Court Southern District off Came to to see what it would cost them to furnish modern
.. 't' in reply. Address "Grower," care oJ Florida. us' a home of

1:? .r n forces-:preparing for Sentinel, .. 9-19-6td&\'Ij. In and the Maggie matter Hamilton of Hamilton, Bankrupt& Dunn Carrie four or five rooms. They wanted their home to be ,attractive and comfortable

the POSITION To the Honorable, the Judge of the District the amounf of which they had available for the
WANTED yet money furnishing of their
Whack\big battle., Battle;.between ,al- married Court of the United States for the Southern
i > s and Germans' in man of good habits, refined'and I District of Florida: home made expensive peices prohibitive.
;; progress on well educated, would like to take Hamilton a Dunn Carrie and Maggie Ham.

tt.with" moiet'8iJ.-. --, charge of orange. grove. Thoroughly., and Oton state of Orlando of Florida in in the said county district of, Orange They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.

- fl\ 0. competent and reliable. Two years' fully represent that on the 22nd day of respect July We offered a few suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were

. 'va estn of Vera Cru itordered; experience in Southern California last under past the they were duly adjudged bankrupt much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of
"k Address N,-Box 178,. Sentinel. acts of congress relating to bank what they
) .President' Wilson... .American '9-26-3t ruptcy; that then have duly surrendered all .
.. .. their property and rights of .thought they should want.
-: t1 Jp5=to; leave '(eaieo. -- property
iU-' . ..t '" FURNISHED ROOMS-An excel- said have acts fully and complied of the order with all of the requirements court touch of After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doing
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r-- lent location. Apply 418 South Lake let said bankruptcy.
the best with their back
possible appropriation they came placed their
reef:home as soon as St._ 9-23-pm Wherefor they pray' that they may be de' or
E.'can' be seat for them creed from 'all by the dada court provable to have against a full their discharge der with us.This.- .

: : aI retera to;the United.1 POSITION WANTED-By well educated under said bankrupt acts except inch estate debts is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are
man, as chauffeur. Temperate u are exeepted by law from such discharge. .
w1 honest: and industrious; careful Dated this 8th day day of September, A. D. pleasing.. f Kit

= ; : '-., driver., If you have .work. for a 1914.HAMILTON ft DUNN CABBIE AND We carry an extensive stock of serviceable, attractive homefurnishings
.ceeieeite; ofiee to..be..1'eIDO' man of these qualifications, address MAGGIE HAMILTON Bankrupt ,
"Chauffeur" Ia the Matter grading from the lowest priced which are good to the best. Your
:ed ?-'lM eenr care Sentinel 9226tBOARD Petition for Final Dis very appropriation -
e:to Tampa. Hut charge: ,
<- ferTuapil AND,ROOMS-Hoose On this 16th day of September A. D. 1914. for furnishing your home may be anything from $175 toioooor more

-1 j (: furnished and. remodeled. Northern ordered -you can make the most oi it with us.

,l5)w dare ,'cooking.: $5 'and $6 per week. upon the same on the 16th day of October
: boast that
you : A.
have D.
you Excellent location: 1914. before said court at Jacksonville
Magnolia House
l laeates? : In said district at ten o'clock
You have done in the fore
never, corner South and Boone
: streets. Ills noon and that notice thereof be published in
.J IforgtBg ahead or,you.Wonld haveMsiii Mam_Lewis,-manager. 94lmFOR the Orlando Sentinel a newspaper printed in
;enemies_:whether.yoar.work has and aid other district and that aH known creditors
persons interest & Snowden
may at Kincaid
'_- for,jed or:e7.' He,w& does SALE--:A" No 1 'saddle. mare ,said time and place and show cause appear if any
or buggy ;horse.Address, care they hare why the prayer of said petitioner
... g,."however little, it'may .be, Wright's,'Box.567. 9-2-tf should not be granted.. .. '
snick some mistakes and 'makesSo I Ana it is further ordered by the Court that
the Clerk 1balI.BeDd by mail to all known
ebS .'f \ never':agaa<,.let man RARE BARGAINS, :creditors notice of said petition.and this order -
JM. .! boa t ..of...yo.':failure' to -'Don't, be',deceived, -Seeing is, beideece addressed as stated.to.them at their places of.,res. Firiitare of Character Popular Prices

d,"ilo *hW worth whJe. : Uevkg. The ,best man to buy real Winess: The Honorable Bhydon.M. Call
halt r : ; It ia:at estate of:is the'man: 'that has actual Judge of be said Court and the seal thereof Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
..of,the-.all. ..yea..- light. experieice in the cultivation,of trade, at Jacksonville'in said district on. the Hth Florida
....: eiiai" jf. farm and 'citrus fruit, lands, and day A of true September copy A. D. 1914.- '.

ill I ',, .. ': 'd" knows'what'land ia..when'seseeii,it KOGENB D, DODGE. Clerk. >* %,w*vv**+** 0 ... .tttmt".fltIU.. .
There is --- --- -- - - - -- - - '- - - - - _
- : : a man of:that kind in .Or .w '1"
."- W ,CANCtt. ", ,MMMYs lando.. Have him show,you. Owners; Iigir !ems' OIYOQII8IIii .Te CIIIIh. : =

>. 4 strae>tR .ttaltl"..-"it"aU prices on all property; no padding,or PRMILira fa the tJ'lde.mut..ma to aa Don't wait for'every one in tows to WOOD FOR. SALE FOR SALE
N. .... improvedQuaine.,
aeney yea aw stt- ItbTastelett8ynp.pleas- have Estrieu the painter beforeTOT
. 11IIII1 Dr. a W. Bali, 4-7 Warren s mt to take and does sot disturb the stomach. Am tot, to loek:
F:G. ARNOLD. CaMrea take ft cad new know ft la try.. my ytraop. Nursery .toek.
: Tstoaei, .,, Ti t*, H*.. also opedaclr adapted to adota who QoiaiBe.caaaot Pboftc 616, urf'I wffl be cm'tfeaob For the' month' oft August I will tour year old"D&ds one, two, three and
,. -,- *- Secead Fk&r, Room L UfceordiaryQ &iae. Don not nauseate ear l-20-tf Bell, at my fann'pine.at 85 cents'per : Fester );ally,
:' .tr ',7' ',Talifaoie' Exckege' Bldg.: case It&lac scat MTVOWSMM... nor riagiac ia the bead.Try .. .. strand,. and oak at $too; also some, PineapPle, Java, Homosassa, Waah.
;.; .986t'w .Orlando,- Fla.. .. yw seed Quinine for any porpoee saw, logs'cheap., A. S. Hodges, R. 1 ington '
:: In& ill "'I 11., ,:- -; : -, a swBB&IUN3 Aak for*oace is Uowaia original bottle.package., Z5 cema.The ;Get the news fo.the Seetael first: Orlando ; 7-30-lm, NI1'.tL'J1a.. Add Phtn '2222.Mrs. K.Bahl

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.. CAMPAIGN SirtPWSES. it We:insure:;your Isle and;loan'poremoml Up to date painting, papering, etc.. .MUlMIIIMIMHHMMtlMfl iIiHhiiHIIIIflhIiIftHI-tjft,4t4
'Ct'tOWN.t ->. IOLD..iIB ,' estate at 6 percent is the.kind'you want Where to get 11 i I i 11 i i Hi I
... "" mat Guarantee Life & Loan Co., .I
I, ".;\t.. cZ : it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T.Entrican. .
y :": -: Curry. Buildiag, Tampa, Fla.
.(Inteaos&l. ... .. News Seme*.); 3- 1-20-tf ,
.-- '*- : etl'M.( jh h'.suecees TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
', armies Fiwt',ck..'e.ftaiiB. g a specialty at, To ,be convinced of the producing
:at hYLlarp to an
Wanua's Bepk Step o Court St:
: power of Sentinel want ads-try, one.iHiiMMiiiiiiitiimMmmiMiiiiiMMimitmti.
:against::tie:Germans in east, :Prea U 1J.6.tI.I : ,

bas':'1 ., a' weleetire; - COOK WITH GAS ,-

:....1r.3!.; tM'..yitina. . :bwpe of,.".tie ... .. '.' :. !
,cJVUhff'" at :'tfce. 'teg. aag>of' theuropeaa 4 .
;" t;, war' atffl''started : ,. .

- :from:the. :.tOiI_. .t"'jcW.ia. _ 1. ,

.;the" :Ths Jajianw"wyhM.b; :.:-i"l'"a .-chaae" < .-ia,'thecontftkm :i c oPace[ COfflPJ : 1. Convenience .: 6. Speed

"' of,* gB'oa the...RoaaoGermafi .- 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency

fo,1.'Qitfir. that' 'might. .die eren. II II
: f nrai :>whh-the:'RoBfflw 8.
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= .\ . I Safety
or; ca pft.":Ow R ain officer I 3. Cleanliness : .

:" 'at. 'leaat. ,.'who. .tray, be regarded as :: Packers and Shippers of Citrus : 9. Perfect Regulatioi

.t wikMe;authority, hu been" much'tbe 4. Simplicity .
aurpriKxJ' by:.the' r jW-z:.progr' 8a ,of Fruits and Vegetables. I of Heat r

. ::Boesian. :..act: 5. .
0:" '. . .. Accessibility
yOrifmaUy. five., Kmtiin. 'army. ape : Twill operate alone under above name and shall appreciate 10. Economy
. wee _to.the'A.Mii ian frontier., : the:_business of all who have and any who have
:'for Wporpdie. .of..'delayiag'"the AaeteLia : : patronized me in the last three years. For information
advanee if it ahoold: be directedagainrtthat
: .&&, :H4w,'..the,Rossian : ,call on or write me,at my Packing House at crossing S'
general staf was qoite'conririced :.. .of Concord ,Avenue and A. C. L. R. R. in Pine-a-cure 4. SIMPLICITY I

.tliattbaatiaekwoeM; : :aim:at : building,which I am'equipping with Mauld's latest machinery ** *

: ,Warsaw tthrw 'P.lidand-.1., ;to'.meet : ''and 'can consequently give you same service GAS is without a rival as a fuel when it, comes to simplicity and

""]''this attack two'' new'army, corps weewt3eeivaedand :: ::which has.always spoken for itself. .. ease of operation. Absolutely no effort or care is required to start afire '
,at'the same time I all that is .
is to "turn valve and "
: necessary a a match
efforts will be to sell all possible before resorting
-die cafalry; on the:left flank:(Chotm'and :P Could anything be more simple?
Kielce) 'waa.strengthened. to distribution..
: GAS is also easily extinguished the moment the cooking is done-
The' Auakian ,inyadiag array;'. 7aiitweak :- \ "
.: ':o eaHio&- .ia\Poland,..andthe W.,A.'D ADE Gen. Manager. just turn off the valve. A GAS RANGE requires no attention what-

'':two"lt Eoiea'corpe'a. ,,eared,'to- 're- ever either while m use or while idle-it is always ready at.a moment's t

'.- :;i P", I' 9-18-2 m notice. A GAS RANGE_ does not require a stock of fuel to be boughtin

) sUcW '_ the,::Raaaian' 'cavalry in advance-or to run out-and kindling to be cut up the night before '
..the.soitli!; that is.to',rye on;the left ..iMMiiiiiimiiiiiMHmiMMiiimiiiiiiimiiMM
.wing' ; based.cia'.YidN,{took.-the.;offeaaive. Cook with Gas, Live the Simple Life.," and Be Happy.

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the efiOfBMif.Mvtheaat mum&antie9Le ::fkto: r,'.Proaa' /f rom -, :$ptAYrow' FOR WHITE FLY' and SCALE I ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

aeDilinthnwes..dt''ejatl '
sn.t Raniiy
'' days' before., ..:.Germany._ "
had"aPd'tei.aedj..t, : u the moment GASpEPARTMENTjMlM.MAM.MA'.M."MllllilillMiitiiMt i

wlu G.suji6oald. _have made herdteiam Kills every White Fly) .Larvae, Scale, Rust Mite 4Y
View at France aad been bleto' Removes moldand tlllilHllllitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.lYiYmmiVmirmYm .
,and.Red ider.that.i is: hit: sooty
her fait Iife6omeet
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ion tie FWan:_attaek. The plan be healthy .trees
>o and October are two of the best months for
flflar .
came a I
.::Now;'Rnaia,w'more' than tiwoaadsL : spraying'for White Fly and Scale. Prevents insects GRIND ,

H Mlioa"twe8 ia-the northeaet from'sapping trees all winter and brings them AND DO ALL KINDS OF

e>ri r oiYrariiilae, ,'and the Coeaakeahy -- ':out-.in good, healthy'condition in the spring thus o 'reset lIP AIlINg $8 C arleston and Return $8"Clyde
r.tu'fie olir 18YOB0inee: ; as ,insuring a good healthy growth and bloom. 4
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,German ddeueeapfmet
"-tthia" ::avalanche> .aoew i' of ISCWARR & CO. Oriafe Florto.SdoarrY VIA
aeeoad: i I. rt..aot sere.than : } : .

WMW' ;s4olt.;:already:;retiring to bsectieife. Wit Bet injure the White Fly
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'Yoe.i h rjr Marienborg- .'and DR. L H. RAMSDEU
T $ : *, 15Howtvtr i ,OPTOMETRIST '
.. ,.this Ins--w1bs.Mkvltlaee Class
: ': (SMCMMT to Dr. 0.. P. .Utt.) Meals and Berth Included
to by an: army;_it will

be, 'tare. ,;'difie' -, lt,." .'for. '. .,.which.hw:only S40;guns'aid. .. r
aboot WOMazim. ,!; .. iUD ,'to,:dt[tiMt. This special rate good on any of the Company's
The efect' "of';.this- :lwRBaeei.a;: DtYoiWata Good steamers August 22nd to October 17th

mttaek .iajnotieeaWe. .everywhere, in inclusive.
thi'eart>f Prwsk,:'and;., _'evw'WIIII a1=
ia'a do.d' of' .Btorn'grwei.PsotleiMir'1ow' -- : THE MARKET .ate Cwnrtry? Return Limit 10 Days : .

are._? : :k fright of
the Coe ftck hordes, who are apread-
iat'wkl An aaonnom:cekiity.r ..' Of:,Cleanliness Of Quality Ships scheduled to "sail from J Jacksonville every'

,There Ile'stilf c1. ".a9art,-,-.,./:;RQSaiaaa Our list containes some very attractive Tuesday Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
i uCenMay ia_.&'(foteesaf ol F....A.NJ-IALT MEATS, -

plf iR.. lBa.11.-n- '. o.,.of':the. .'.Ger-, .AND AIII 't propositions both in city and *
....11JeIi\hft: \ ,* : the For
mag reservations and further
.. country property. And we: will be particulars apply to
kit.:two. ....'.to. .:ieturn.. ..;,bee bywa7'of Kt,uisr,the tort et.ill e.
: .tdeL.. ;Al\of *!:-werekcking :Bftryttiac,*****:wmy e fw the ft, art kept frisk pleased to submit them to you H. G. WENZEL Fla. Pass. Agent
.tlU 'ordmary ;reeeieiN .of ; ..
To those who property to sen
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Hie._ ,batwne'; 8.ili.tt.e! Y- \ J
wow lire. 'tried. to. 'leaaea_thtirat <:8&foJ Wt iifttl MHrttoi, iii' g gaatee mdirfiiiiti. We hire or to.,rent, we invite you to call at 122 W. BayrSt.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
l ei the mam r 3w y j nc- 't !r. ale Nt "" .,, -
4V ,our office'and list your property with
8i ()adiw have:(h rawted, ;':food the PARLOR. ,MARKET us. The. same. courteous treatment GOOD PRINTINGWe
tad rug We pwgl 'ialr&tB.Ae awtIIiiee that has.marked all of our business OSTEOPATHY
; ft; Jit Set & Ox. '
in better than
f\ are a position
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f' '" '' dealinP'wiD be extended to you. ever to give yon the very best in -
"" .they:hate .nit wtta at amnl PWE: :STREET i printing, as we have a large plant: DR. J. C LOWELL
&,:6enM r, Wk, at .the.-.. . -- ''- i equipped with all modem machinery, goe., 1H2, 3-5,
-- and the. latest in faces. If sea by appointmentNo
; Cooper Atha very type
.1-W iid.airr
., -. -... r PII 8 NQ.an, . ; you are now'.umbered with cur customers extra charge far hew treatae&t
a.itliuls.al niie .. K:
ees !! __ we need no introduction if ,
....... ,.." -vr A t"',''! - ri H4 .........' w:, ....:_ you are not, then we would appreciate T....... ..edleu

:.. .; ,.,. i .'' .. -- rw.a$:1I1 the,opportunity to prove to you 0IIte cer. Omwe and Ceatral Area.Get.tfee .
11 : : that 'We..are producers :of Quality
..: 1''' n- .. ...... Wa it the --LID1L-F; JL T-_ PrintiBc. -
L G t ._fiewi a SttM.int ,.THE SENTINEL. ,Those 2L. news in:dieSwtkd Srat.r .

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ti ti The' Orlando Rifles :defeated the

R : i Orlando' team at the Armory

:night ,, 35, .to. 10,' before, a fair, nwJ i
i Ie audience. The game was hard fought k
t throughout the two halves, frequent '

I penalties and rough 'pla making i

"it very interesting to watch. The Orlando

X i 5Er _Rifles ,team was. composed of {f}} .

Moore and.::Ray Chapman,:forwards;
I .
.. Rodenbaugh and Martin, guards; and ;
:' Salisbury, 'center. The Orlando team < }

I consisted of. Porter and Wigfall, forwards ; ; ; L ; '

i. jk 'Bennett and .. "., ... ) .
1 ; Driggers. ,guards; '. : :" .
and Jackson, center. :Moore and Salisbury : This purely Orlando-institution takes pleasure in ; \ ;
......,. PREST.ICE. I } +
excelled for the
,, Orlando Rifles '
.. : :
' ; -; : presenting this excellent proof of the public approval of
.T :*.' ; while Porter: and:Wigfall played best :: -
: its methods.
Whsti. 'a'check is, 'received bearing the; !!for,Orlando. L. r. .. Ilepesils

E f name,."iState Baak," it carries,with i it :pres- REV. BOYD, RESIGNS I _.lter $$333,318.66 j I

: and( the .knows the mike of kpos11s If 1913 .
", .ti ige: reeipient ;. i Setkllkr 236,142.76 : '
: Rev. A. Preston Boyd, former well -
the cheek has sound.banking connections.'bofffmngilieXmcesotthis'baak '
I: known minister of this dy, but now bcreise to oie year $97,215.30 ; '
t1 pastor of the Baptist church in Bra.
1; we dentown; has t tendered his resigna- : In every little detail consistent with conservative r

4 : ;; ;ice pacing J atV! your ,disposal banking relafions tion., The following .is an excerpt banking, we aim to please and protect our patrons, and ,

ry :that'must reflect:to your advantage,..i in, from his letter to the church: .; their interests as prescribed by the rules and laws of our '

, t ,, business =Much prestige.. "The reason for my present action National Government and to demonstrate thru ,
., all'youi: dealings. ; : I.:do not submit. I do not-wish to our asso

? ... wound he feelings of any one or sev . ciation with the Federal Reserve System, the advantages, ;

eral.of'my brethren, nor do I wish todwell : : accommodations; security and strength alone derived by 1
1i .I The: :State Bank,of Orlando upon the .unfaithfulness. the .
.'J.fcs* .. : church to its pastor who has preached :, :);: a "National Bank." r

t' i" :t \. ,I and defended the cordial doctrinesof : ; Let us prove to you that "It is a pleasure to serve : '

.' -, our great Baptist denomination. ;: r
I : -.. Mr. .Boyd was a. man of dignity :.: you. rI
; : : : ;: .
Jo- : 'PlJ'f.,2 o1 -
;, : : : a and many marked friendS'in spirituality Orlando. and his :

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+ cti OF WAR

: . Editor of the Sentinel:
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.;:ti n lAX;' III' lD 'Blankensaip Gainesville;-,Hal, Rock'Estes Hill,-Tampa; Lewis; V.Up-'B. Allan L. Benson, writing in Pearson's - ... ,. ...... I . ... ."-. .' ,-, ..... 0.....,. .....-- -- .......:. ,. .. ,., 'WAR Magazine for September pre- .. r. .. . .... .Y
star, Baltimore; W. D. Ramsey, and for .. .. :
sents convincing plan
new .. :
W. .
lanta; E. E. Sutton, Louisville ; J;; ;;; ; r.v:
Nading, Winaton-Sa1em'H. E. Harvey preventing war, which I think shouldbe :.y -: f.
it siNiJJiTEV Atlanta; 'G.,W. Ford, Jackson- read and studied by all lovers of .
ville J. G. Yeates, Tampa S. G. ,
. ; ; He an amendmentto i
\ ---. Colton, Toledo; J. H.'Thonet, Shusley peace. proposes
..":i.1 j: .:Waingten, Sept2&.-(SpeciaL) Shows; F. L Reid, Jacksonville; R. B. '"the constitution, which follows: ;' ,;: / o -4 '.
Wight, Sanford: M. Joseph, Cincinnati "The military forces of the United ,
;,= n -The heaae today passed the.war taxi ; "
: ,
;1 ; ,whkh,M.iateaded tora18e,1106-: ; M. Livingston; J. M. Reiser,'-Ocala, l.Jacksonville V. H. Oppen; T:: other States people shall not except be by used direct against affirms anj. ....g; :f : : 1 ;i : *;f.f.; [.t. ? { : \: : i ti.al; ,?;{:; 'f { ;; t ;: ? i. i if f1 : :; B t.?J; ftt: (:: ;r.

: :000,000,affil revenue ,to make 'upthe -perm, \iJUCa.gG\h'L uerr, Baltimore; I
R. A. Benjamin, JaekSonville P. J. tine vote of a; majority of'all the citizens -
1 cawed ; ; I
Ii fees the
. by European war.Tiie _
Wallace, Mobile; J. W. Mayfield, New of the United States more than 'Each should indicate his will The Sentinel job office has just
than 18 years of age. War having voter
Orleans L. P. Lester Boston D. W.
; 18 .of The word 'citizens'
years age.
;'t c.--; Stevens !Brocton; E. H. Ross, Broc- shall be construed to- include womenas :been proposed, a general election to by signing his name in ink oppositethe completed the printing of a handsome
,t.{ football."season' will', open. In ton;A. E-Hamnck, Jacksonville; W. F. Sims and
) booklet for Captain.
word 'N 0' 'Yes.
determine the question shall be calledto or
a > -- .. I,. McKeoWn, Atlanta; R. c. McCall, well as men, but reservationto
.: ri .Ortaaio Jied'Week.80 "in' time of sole
,, .i '-. -; ., New York;E. J..Byrne, D. C; A. B. the people of the right to dedare take place not less than 60 days "In counting, the affirmative bal- son, Walter, proprietors of the South

,.,< t., : 'pnpue.- for, -"war". Townes, Cleveland; L. F. :Schwartz, offensive war shall not be con- nor more than six months from the lots should be kept separate from the Apopka Nurseries. The booklet is
r New York; Joe Slates, New York;
y: The'lest directory showstitttifewe. M. J.'Bloom, New York; M. A. Vogel, strued as any limitation upon the date of proposal negatives, and in case of war, no man entitled a "Concise History of the
; ,'* ,newspaper: in New' York; Henry Hoffman; New duty of congress, and the president, This constitutional amendment who voted against war should be : Citrus Family, and Catalog of South
: re:24,627'puh1ieationa- York;.J. W Macks, Philadelphia; F. hereby imposed, to resist invasion, or should supplemented by certain compelled to fight until every man Apopka Nurseries, Ocoee, Florida,"
2 's .'.tke,.United States,:,and,' t'sOm. .Stalling ',Abe
peo- Virginia; Guggenheim book
: '' upon American warships to defend statutory provisions. The printed ballots who voted for war had volunteered and contains 36 pages printed on
tfaiak t&e > does Philadelphia, Mrs Hazel Powell
f. pk : sge.'editor. .
f : Stevenson,' .Jacksonville; A. G. themselves, if attacked. supplied to the voters should for service, or had been drafted into paper with a neat brown cover.
; } :not l+have auy&iag to do., I
Vining, Atlanta B. S. Atlanta "War shall be "
: ; Bryan proposed only by a read: the army!
i: n ; ;'M. A..Kunsman Baltimore; J. B. majority Vote of both houses of con- Shall the United States declarewar This magazine can be obtained at THE WEATHER f

-r ) ;ARRIVALS. AT...:. '':TIlE: .' SAN JUAN. Atlanta.Lameson:," Charleston 0I ; J. L. Hodgson, gress, by the legislatures of moire against ....................NO Branch's and probably at other book -

\t t' i/ 'Henry. SM&h, 'Baltimore; JameaKennedy than half of the states, or by petitionof Shall.the United States declarewar stores. Florida: Fair Saturday and Sunday -

'::., .t, 0\ Chicago;.E.,W.. Mc Creaiy,I The.want ad..'s the thing. 30 per cent. of the population mbnz against ...............YES J. C. HOWELL. .

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i : WOOL'DRESS GOODS. New: Albatross, 40 inches wide, CRANBERRIES Cape Cod, extra fancy,

in Navy Kings Blue, Light Blue *. Special, per quart 1 .'.._.. 10 C
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valueSOC LAWNS, in beautiful floral patterns, the last chance
;Gray; Green.Rose and Black, 75c
,, ,. on these, 15c quality,
WELCHE'S GRAPE JUICE, pint bottle 6 2C
: -: Special at _,
25c ----------------
F WQOLTAFFETA, 42-inchea. 'Wldevery, forsuits Special_ at -
stylish: -------------------. ----.- .:' ,
: andSmts. We have them in all x }.
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LONDSDALE BLEACHING, and other good Brands,
'the wanted shades, $l.:_quality--------.. OuCBEDSPREADS PINEAPPLE, best Hawaiian, per can, '
at .",: 20c regular. 12 l-2c quality, 11 yards,
Special ----i.----- -----=------S at $1 .00
.." large'size, beautiful- .Marseilles patterns, ,. , .
$1.75.quality ASPARAGUS TIPS, choice quality, : _
regular i IA :.:. 20c COMFORTS, made of a.good white cotton, covered with
Special. at .... $ : peCJaat
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: : silkoline! full size, $2 value,
41 Special at $1.Z5
i MATTRESS, c made' of pure white felt,. satin finished LYE HOMINY, best ,grade, 3 cans for %;:: 25c

weight 50,pounds., This _is a mattress sold Special at ...; ...1 ... ; ,
ticking( ---- ------ -- :
: PETTICOATS, made of a good quality of Cambric and
elsewhere'at"315.. Our. regular price is $12. O; use 0
'it or.8Qday ,if not satisfactory we will refund your, .', Nainsook, lace embroideery trimmed, py/\
; Regular |1 quality I tCLADIES'
mooe .. .Special for thiifOaY only. To introduce .- SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY NIGHT

.' it.we,will sell 1- to a customer_ __ $9.25
From 7 to 10 o'clock SKIRTS, made of Pique, large and fine welts,

w good styles, $1.50 quality,
BOYS'.. SUITS made; .of a.,good aU-wool material in + Special at _._..._ $119

Blue ;Serges and Gra -.'WoreNorfolkTALCUM; : ; :POWDER. Air. Float, full pound can; borated

', stYle.. .wortlr,$5d3pecial'at_ _______-_ and delightfully perfumed, Regular, 25c IRISH POTATOES, very fine Long Island
} size, limit 1 to a. customer------___.___ 15 C Coblers, extra special, per peck_ 28 C

.. '. :. REMNANTS I' Third Floor: ; ,\ f Voiles-aiid Swisees,,'marked at half and lessSHEETSsize, 81x90 and seamless,,free' fromdressing 59c RELIABLE HAMS,' .22 1fr

:i ,tMi)1 price. 75c quality Extra Special at_ 2C
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