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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 27, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00445
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a ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27,1914. NUMBER 196. 1

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I1LJRittNihDAY! R RECORDS[ MOST SEVERE[ [ me NEW LINER[ Y YORK AflR[EI1K AT THE[ ORLANDO PUBLIC SCHOOLS l Will




OPEN f FOR R TERM MONDAY y MORNING

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BLAZE ARE EXCELLENT FACULTY\SE- '
Sif fEW FLORIDA BANKS
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;V CONCERTED A'lTACKBY GERMANS,ON ALLIES WAS iAs NVI[) mMrtllN Of Ship Itself Not Afire But 1,600 YEAR EXPECTED V

?! REPULSED. EVERYWHERE, BOTH SIDES; SUFFERING Bales of Cotton Burned HOARDING MONEY -

F t: ENORMOUS 'LOSSES' : MREPRESENTAflONEMBASSY Fiercely Hours for Several GMADEYSJROAYTeachers[ [ [ [ "

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'i SECRETARY McADOO PUB-

'Baoynets ,Used With Deadly Effect in New York, Sept. 26.-Sixteen hun- LISHES LIST WITH BIG Assigned to the Two

,' -, - ISSUES STATEMENT dred bales of i cotton, stored in the RESERVES Buildings and Pine Street ,

Furious Hand-to-Hand Encounters CONCERNING RECENT lower hold of the White Star liner Made Dividing Line for

Ij'; ',, CABLEGRAM Cretic, caught fire this morning as Arcadia, Pensacola and ,St. Au- Grade PupilsThe

t..1 I the vessel lay at her pier under steam gustine National, Banks Only

French Mike- 'Gaits'Agaiflst:the:German Right-Situation on the Deny Improper Conduct by Jap and ready to weigh anchor for Genoa, Florida Banks Hit by Pub- Orlando public schools will

t; > FrMck 'Right Net ,So,'.Good-Allies Maintain a Steady Troops at the Time of I Italy. Several ,hundred Italian reservists lished List open Monday morning for the 1914-15 k

the Landing at crowded into the steerageover session, and the largest attendance in
,
M\
Bombardment, of German Ceater in Effort toM
night, were routed by smoke and
' Washington, Sept. 26.Secretary the history of the public schools in
.Dfeeever:Weak Place' for Assault Shantung ,fled in scant attire to the pier. McAdoo is his ,this city is expected. With the completion -
continuing
campaign
r rr -. i The fire gained headway rapidly.
1, Washington, Sept 26,-The Japanese to compel the national banks of the of the new grammar school

: 'Pane: ..Sept:S&:-(Special) The ,entire, German army opened embassy today issued this I Within the first fifteen wisp minutes of smoke from curled the time up country not to hoard their money and building there will be no more crowd-
in efficient work
attack which,was the whole 'I not to charge excessive interest rates. ing, resulting more
an ;: apparently preconcerted, ,along
' statement, based on official reports from the second hatchway the blaze
"Q" ' for the teachers and pupils.
le !;tlrofthe front from the.Oise.to the,Meuse rivers today, but from Tokio: I I i in,the hold appeared ,to be a roaring He has made public a list of nearly Owing to the obstinacy of Superin
250 national banks which, he charges
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everywhere ,the effort to break down the French offensive was "Recent cablegrams from Chinacan 'furnace and soon smoke hung in tendent McKinnon in refusing to sign
in of the
are carrying reserves excess
,.-t" "repulsed and enormous losses'were,suffered by both sides only credited with a grain of heavy clouds over the river. For legal requirements. The list shows the warrants unless the full five hoursis
salt There are sinister efforts now nearly an hour the fire raged practically smallest
Appreciable,. progress was,made by the allies operating ,against that reserves in these banks run from actually taught even the
' -- being used in China, as elsewhere, to unchecked. Then there came
in
remain
will be to
'f.' the beleaguered right wing of the army under General'Von Kluk I I 25 per cent to 74 per cent., the legal tots compelled
give color to domestic,newspaper reports -i alongside the burning vessel two of the school room that length of time, F
and ro'the Wperve 'region further-French gains I minimum being 15 per cent It is
were reported on and telegrams ,going abroad. the city's fireboats. They pumped though it is generally accepted as the
understood that he has still further
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the:heights 'near'the 'Meuse. However, according to an_ official Groundless reports designed to cast thousands of gallons of water upon lists to printSome most efficient plan to allow the smaller -

bulletin issued at midnight by the ,war: office, the situation, for the a slur on the reputation of the Jap- the Cretic's decks. It was not untila Florida Banks Listed children to remain in the school

,French'right was not at'all improved. anese soldiers are thus more or less half hour later that the firemen Secretary McAdoo's list showingthe room a much shorter time than the

The fighting today'on the allies'left wing was the fiercest yet disseminated. were able to play streams directly on percentage of reserves carried by older ones are confined to their
F The alleged ruthless conduct of the blaze. studies. Other than this everything
The British.and French;'supported by Turcos and Moors in each bank, included the following
came Japanese troops in Shantung, said to Meantime confusion on the pier relating to the coming school has
contact;with. General Von, Kluk's army between, the Somme andOiserivers be contained in a letter'coming from among cabin passengers ready to em- Southern banks: been satisfactorily adjusted and a
Florida: First National, Arcadia,
: ai d.the. fighting'was from ,trench to trench, alternate Laichau, is nothing more or less thana bark was so great that panic seemedto 30 cent Citizehs' and People's profitable school year is anticipated.The .

gains i and josses finding first the.defenders then the attackers in malicious canard. impend. The hundreds there became National per Pensacola; 28 per cent; Na- Orlando school trustees the z

the-long' .: .-lines '.of:,trenches 'which the .rival 'armies had dug for "A dispatch addressed to the thousands with the rapid rushto tional Bank of Commerce, Pensacola, principals of both schools, and all the },
Shanghai Mercury, by a foreigner liv- the scene of passersby. A heavy teachers had a meeting Saturday
,
themselves. entrenched 49 cent. First National, St. Au-
Many positions were taken and retaken per ;
ing in Pingtu, says in part: The rigid detachment of police reserves re- morning in the old high school building _
successively, in' furious, hand ,to hand, encounters in which the discipline of the Japanese army and stored a semblance of order. The fire gustine, 26 per cent. and arranged the work and neces-
South Carolina Central National
: bayonet.was'used with deadly effect. the decorum of the rank and file are 'continued to burn steadily and the Spartanburg 26 cent j sary details for the coming school ;'
: 'General simply laudable. After the landingof [volume of smoke spread and down per
-Joft'r 8.huri'ying.reinforcements to every threatened up Georgia: National Exchange, Augusta year. The meeting was a very fruitful -

1 section.. , Japanese troops the citizens are I the river. 36 per cent; Third National, one in that there was no opposi-
at and markets calm. As to It was after 10 o'clock before the
are
ease
of the
tion the teachers andno
f ,oif"th center the f Columbus 62 National on part
bombardment of the ,German line continues per cent; City
Chinese women the Japanese are tak- fire seemed ,to be under control. The arguing.It .
r :InS nttY, the French'.feeling ,out the German position in ana ing frupulous care not to annoy I ship herself, it was said, did not catch Dawson, 46 per cent; Jackson unnecessary was decided that there would be

'!effortto locate 'the"weak"places. When an opening is found they them in any wise. The Japanese sol..: fire,and the damage was confined to National 67 per cent cent; First National only one session lasting from 8:15 to
33 LaGrange
Lyons
; win[throw a 'of diers are received everywhere with the, cotton in the, hold. This cotton per ;
,w dge cavalry, supported by infantry, to bend National 64 per cent; Atkins National 1:45, including the primary grades. 3
,i this line inward'if possible, ant follow up the advantage in order hearty welcome.' was consigned to Naples. Maysville, 29 per cent; First Also that there would be a ten min-
"In fine the Japanese soldiers are The origin of the fire was not de-
in the and 15
demoralizeGeneral utes recess morning
to Von, Kluk's forces by turning them back National, Rome, 26 per cent; Exchange
living up to their reputation as established termined but it was, thought it might minutes for lunch for the
upon General Von BoehmT ,National, Rome, 33 cent grammar
per
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: at the'time of the Russian- have been started by a lighted cigaror Alabama: First National, Mont- grades. The first three lower grades
z j---- Japanese war and the Boxer trouble. cigarette tossed into the hold. will be dismissed five minutes aheadof
BOB BURMAN 30 per cent; Exchange National -
: MAKES., A NEW gomery
FOOTBALL RESULTS The strictest maintenance of,military
> 27 the rest of the school in order to
Montgomery, cent
< "RECOSDS discipline and the utter abstention Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Curry and chil- First National 28 per ; allow the little folks plenty of timeto
Opelika, centComplaint
*x -' ,At New Haven-Yale 20, Maine 0. from unnecessary molestations are dren have returned from their out- per get home safely.
Kalamazoo,Mick" ,,Sept, ) :26<'-((Spt- ,At Cambridge 44,Bates 0. their code of behavior. ing at Daytona Beach. Against Some Big Banks The line of division for the gram-
,ciaLJBob. Burman this afternoon Secretary McAdoo has sent tele-
: At: Princeton 12, Rut- : mar grades is as follows: All pupils
A the to the chairmen of the clear-
Won grams
: hundred mile event
staged gers 0. and Carranza Forces living on and north of Pine street will ,
here''on'the mile dirt. track from Maytorena ing house associations in New York,
a At Ithaca
-Cornell 3, Pittsburg 9.
assemble in the school
field Cof. twelve starters., He established ,At :Washington Chicago, Boston and St Louis, com- ,. new building
-a'new'record, covering the Georgetown 0, plaining of high interest rates in on Magnolia avenue. All grammar
one Fordham 0.At Expected Clash in Battle TodayNaco
hundred miles distance in'94- minutesand'111ree those cities and appealing for aid in pupils living south of Pine street will
Washington (Pa.))Washington
'f remedying that condition.Its meet at the old high school building. }
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seconds.INVFSTIGATE and Jefferson 2, Mount Union -
2. I High school pupils living in any partof

.i At 'Easton {(Pa.)-LaFayette 41< Sonora, Mexico, Sept. 26.-{ General Hill said tonight that Jes- account says: the city will use the old high school

PRICE ,FIXING ,BY Delaware 0. (Special)-Governor Maytorena is sus Carranza, a brother of the first 'According to a prearranged plan building as heretofore.All r''

BUTTER' AND, "' EGG BOARD, At,Middletown-Wesleyan 0, Rhode tonight,planning a new assault on the chief," is on the way from Tehaun- several squadrons of Cossacks and ar- indications point to a most successful -
., Island 0. tepec with ten thousand men to assistin in all The s
j. entrenched position of General Hill tillerymen, simulating retreat, beganto year departments.
Chicago,; Sept._ 26-Charles, F. At Hanover-Dartmouth 29, Massachusetts putting down the Sonora revolt, fall back, rapidly under cover of teaching corps has been carefully
'Clyne.', United, States:,district attorney State 2. the Carranza adherent, in a semicircle and General Iturbide, the Carranza. the infantry. chosen from a number of applicantswith 3

/;began investigation today into At Amherst-Amherst 0.Bowdoin 0. of ditches stretching from the international commander at Sinaloa, he declared HThe Austrians rose to the bait and regard to discipline and mental 4

complaints alleging' that': the, Elgin At Bloomington-Indiana 13, De- ,boundaries either side would be at Guaymas with several emerged from their trenches in pur- efficiency. The teachers are as follows

,butter and egg board is violating''the Pauw 5. of him. Governor Maytorena is expected thousand more troops on the way to suit, in the direction of a small river :

federal injunction restraining' 'price At Baton Rouge Louisiana State to attack tomorrow. check Maytorena. where companies of Russian infantry Principal of the high school Prof.J. .

:filing, 54, Lafayette College 0. checked the furious Austrian onslaught W. Simmons. Asistant teachers:

4 ,At Athens-Georgia 81, Dahlo- Cossacks and artillery, cross- English, :Miss Ray; mathematics and

,ATTORNEYS- 'FOR.'MRS., GODBEE nega 0. AN INTERESTING[ IDlER[ ijSSIAN RUSE[ DESTROYED[ [() ing by a bridge, began to entrench bookkeeping, :Miss DeLaney; history,

,, ASK NEW TRIAL At Macon-Mercer 44, Gordon 6. themselves on the opposite bank,post- Miss Groves; languages and sciences

"I' At Kno Tennessee 89,Marion fROM PARIS ing several machine guns, while the to be divided to meet the conditionsof
: Mien, Gal,, ,Sept 26. Attorneys Institute 0. AUSTRIANFORCE artillery bid their guns in trenches the enlarged high school between

:for_Mrs.: Florence .Godbee, convicted ,At Lexington-Kentucky-, Wil- under the bushes unperceived by the Prof. Simmons, Miss Harris and Miss
;;here;a year ago for the'murder other, mington College '0. Caplinger.
CONDITIONS FOLLOWING LURED THEM ACROSS A enemy.
divorced Sband'andus
J second wife, At Charlottesville-Virginia 40
"When the preparations were com- Professor and supervisor of all
and' 'now serving life sentence-- in, Randolph-Macon 0. DECLARATION OF WAR BRIDGE BY FAKING plete for the enemy's reception the grammar grades in both buildings,
:the i, Georgia'penitentiary: have filed DESCRIBED RETREAT
infantry hurriedly retreated to the Prof. W. S. Coleman.

an ,extraordtfiary motion 'for ,a ,new BASEBALL.:RESULTS opposite bank, where they pretended j I Ito I Teachers in old building: Eighth a

trial :The,'motion ,is to be argued -' Flight of German .AeroplanesOver Then Fell Upon Pursuers and set fire to the bridge as though ; grade, Miss Womble; seventh grade,

before- :Judge Hammond, in .Augusta Federal League : .City Furnished Practically Annihilated Several intending to cut off the enemy's ad- Miss Wilkins; sixth grade, Mrs. Bra-

on,0ctober3.. t"t" ? Pittsburg Indianapolis 8. Amusement, to the Battalions of vance. dy; fifth grade, Miss McQuarters;
It.is alleged,in the petition,that R. Buffalo' 3, Kansas City 2. Austrians "The Austrian troops, seeing before fourth grade, Miss Roney; third
Populace
t .R.Dncden-one'; the_ ,jurors' that Baltimore,5-1, St Louis 4-L Sec. them a small body of Russians, grade, Miss Smith; second grade, Mrs. a

":convicted the M=s., Godbee,",bad previous ond game nine innings; darkness., Intimate glimpses back'of the war Petrograd, via London, Sept. 26. blindly charged. The enemy's infan- Johnson; first grade, Miss Branham. '

to. trial expressed. .an opinion that American try with shouts of victory,approachedthe Teachers in new building: Eighth
League curtain of Paris are in, a letter just The Ruskoe Slovo has obtained from
she.wrs gadty.af the kflling. Cleveland bridge while their cavalry dashed grade, :Miss Young; seventh grade,
5-0
Washington 46. received by the Packard Motor Car wounded soldiers, it states a description -
Chicago Philadelphia 9. company at Detroit, from R. ,N. of a clever ruse whereby a small through the river. Miss Taylor; sixth grade, Miss Baas; ,

HOUSES. ABOUND TRIESTE AND ;'Detroit; >3, New York 34., Goode, manager of the Packard Motor Russian detachment in Galicia virtually Suddenly a terrific explosion was fifth grade, Mrs. Stevens; fourth

.N 0 FASANA RAZED '"' ,St, Louis' 4-6 ,Boston 14.National .. Continued on page 8) wiped out a large Austrian force. heard and the bridge crowded with grade, Miss Miner; third grade, Miss
;-J' -- - massed Austrian columns was blownto Welch; second grade, Miss Holt; first
.Rome ,Italy vk:Paris, Sept26. League
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5;
fi a All,the ,bosses:' 8JO fid R Trieste: ..aDd'Fao' I ,Philadelphia 10-7,'Cincinnati 94. Three More Have pieces, while,on the opposite bank grade The, Mrs. aines.teacher for crowded
Battleships
-' the Russian guns and quick firers reserve any
,have; been.lured or, transform New York 4-2. Pittsburg 2-4.
will be Miss Batchelor.The .
scattered death the advancing grades
?, into hospitals.. :Dispatches I Brooklyn 6-0. St.Louis 33. among
: Austrians until the river choked Sentinel is indebted to Mr. C.
was
from :Pok' say :that,' food.'there r is i Boston 6-12, Chicago',2-2. Been Ordered to Vera Cruz -
with bodies. E. Howard, of the Orange County
scarce, bad,: ,and.,expensive.; I' Citizen for the of the
'I'_,'.. IALBANIANSMAY-ASK t AID FROM "Panic stricken, the foe attemptedto use excellent x
: I See,-throwing their pictures of the new and old school
NEW STATE,ATP RIriEYIN;: ;THE| POWERSI Washington, Sept 26.:(Special.) upon, the United States as a. resultof away weapons
but the Cossacks consummated the buildings appearing in the paper this
TENTMl2BCUr -Following the decision of the administration I the European war.
"'' work of demolition, fording the river morning, a courtesy which is
:' C; : s ,, Ban, Italy, :via Paris, Sept 26.- to indefinitely postponethe The state department has received very
Bradentown, 'Fli,,;Sept.teB.; : : ..I Dispatches; (from southern 'Albaniasay evacuation of Vera Cruz the la, report from Mexico City, stating and pursuing. the. enemy with yellsof much appreciated.

et Singletary- for. 'several years has .that the population,,harassed_and i Rhode'Island, Minnesota and one other that in' a conference .with the.,diplomatic triumph. PRESIDENT SIGNED THE TRADE
,been state :attorney/for t"J' rcuit, ;robbed by:both? insurgents, and Greekirerabout" -; battleship _have received orders to I corps Carranza said the revolu- Half, an hour later it was all over COMMISSION BILL

,has,tesnedfrothe"owe asd'Cov-: : to..ask the.intervention'of I i iI' sail .for, Vera. .Cruz at once. This in: tion would have"to' continue ,because and several Austrian.battalions' had

:if*,*,IramaeH'appoia&'jlw/B r- e'pj the- great,powers.," -.. I addition, to 'the Texas, which, sailed i of- his failure to ,make, peace with ceased to exist. Washington, ''Sept 26.-President

"ton, of., ,Arcadia- ', 'the.fth, , .. I' I for Vera':Cruz''today. Zapata. He did not mention:'Vflla. ',THE WEATHER Wilson today signed the trade commission
late primary, to 'ffll the- :Purchase,. 8&01. ,books' 'The entire burden Iris understood :
: ,uawpired. ' '- your' and of protecting Zapata and Villa arewprking -' bflL He will not appoint the
"term( ot.hdrShtgletary'. ..'The change -school::: ; j'supplies ::a.u'd: : avoid foreigners,oan.countries during"'the ,in harmony ,against' Car-: Florida: Fair Sunday and probably commission until the December session '

becomes.' effective'- '{ '",-",* ft'0e'tober'I' - ,:''. #+. ';JtM f' _' :1.. .,':c, I e-ti' .C rtia" .Ml.'J.. i eW rev l 1ti f' in,Mexico., wfll devolve, ,. a- ,.Monday., of congress

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week or two. Our trade in this department

extends from Tangerine to lake Foinsetta

.r and from Orange Center to Lake Pickett We

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in the county, and any furnishing from a

slate pencil to seats, desks and musical in

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!lr -. .OVIEDO'NEWS NOTES day after a two weeks':visit. in Jack-]I I the Eagan tract, and will have every. MAINLY ABOUT MONEY Livery, Draying and HaulingWE
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f i ., I sonville. I I I thing in first class shape for the open- -
ll Mr. J. H. Lee 'is enjoying a visit 'ing of school on the 28th. A good enddividend.The .
1Pla.,' Sept 25-Severa1
from his oldest sister at his home on I I Master Walter Carter is visitinghis beauty of a check lies in its GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
f'4ays of met coatiaaous.rains haveISeMIted Lake Charm. i grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
the "eitrue' crops, which onbh"lwda Lee, during his'mother'. stay in Atlanta figure.
; ,:: :wets I beginning, to suffer The Oviedo board of trade recently Ga. Floating debts should be paid in
"or water., reorganized is getting down to work Mr. B. F. Wheeler made a flying current coin.Having AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
ff Jfc.&;..J.,MuikU's. mother, brother i with a will, and all expect to see it trip to Savannah last week, returning I his salary reduced natural.
[ .sail.two sisters arrived last Fridayfxm I accomplish a great deal this winter, Saturday afternoon.We ly makes a man feel cheap.
Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
I has been its record in the
: West Virginia to spend the winIter. as past. When a man has money invested
I They are located in the Womble I Mr T.,S.. Cushing and Mrs. B. G. he takes more interest in things*--I
ft i r* all know that used HORSES FOR SALE
to
f ottage,on Main_street I!j I Smith are spending a few weeks at money go New York Sun.
farther than it does now, but it didn'tgo
jf Mr./W. P. Carter and Miss Martha Mineral Bluff, Ga., recuperating from
half as fast. 'Phone. 257. Orlando Florida
?fox, .of .Sanford,;are,'in town. today recent illness. ,
Jfiaiting riendfl and relatrvee.Mi. %j( Mr..A. J. McCulley has moved the Just the right sort of weather to First class Brazing a specialty atfn's
W Repair Shop o t Court St
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week Purchasers. can buy through their own Broker, and all Real Estate men can sell them and arrange

i with:us" regarding Prices and Terms All large propositions will be also placed with our Northern Agents.
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3 ORANGE GROVE FOR SALE ATTENTIONOne

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

the Court House, is in the market at one-third less
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than surrounding lots are selling for If not sold by
Situated'four. miles_ from a very progressive town with front overlooking two lakes; 10 acres cleared I ready tc
October 10th the price will be raised to correspond wIthd'af
oaeafle lake front
? mostly high ground, connected with
-- plant Citrus Fruit; a fair dwelling house, good stable, other Jots Only cash buyers are invited, as the money
=:a sy : lakes and rivers up to Jacksonville and with. .
spraying machine, a pair of mules and all necessary is needed.
in.oae m3e. of railroad.station on clay road. .
farming implements, an eighty barrel steel tank on steel
rich
.190, .acres of deep hammock land, universally
., '1( known to be the best;> citrus and truck tower, 20 feet high on cement base; an eight horsepower
)_L -- engine, connected with pipe lines running through BUILDING SITE

the grove; five hydrants on the pipe line. A good well
for b u ild erg. We can offer a plot of land in desirablelocation
l 55. acres of bearing Orange Grove... of soft water. Have successfully raised Irish and sweet near lake An extra good opportunity, high

3.300. *"* Orange Trees' about 150 Grape Fruit potatoes, corn, watermelons, tomatoes, also a nice patch ground, batch of trees 200x200 on three streets; can

-r and few Tangerms and Lemon Trees, of bananas well protected against frost on account of easily be divided up ra SIX or more lots especiallyadapted

sews and oae-fealf acres of this tract suitable for bindlake protection. This proposition must be seen to be ap to build small houses and bungalows. Terms tor

,feg'.sites for wister homes and a,most ideal place:for a predated. Liberal terms wilt be given. suit the purchaser. Get m touch with'us quickly before

diet. .Wd.,.ia the" midst.Ji of oak and pine trees,'all lake too late.



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t. OF. WAI nir; 'thenbeh_ ; d. arranged for,a I
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".(InteraAtieaai.. .; ews:0.. 'q.r. ;, 'needs ot. go b, '.this, es Amr' "
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0(... '-;, rar. is.':told:.) )by Sir lo,,, but the chief of staff to .
pl8IIUBtIl'aims tf9abeGerneT ,- '- he,general "diDg'at'Nurem' I.a.
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; ., : :Africa, .:.WI ia rg,',whose'acquaintance I had made, TOMORROW

': i2! .twine;.warwa, s..Jeclared irraaged that i,though. a,British,_sab- ...
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"-and wa feritime.a. '.prisefier' jet _being: beyond- military age, I BUYERS-TO SHARE,IN PROFITS in [I _
of.war.'lhI'sO.th.Mri;/ should"travel,by the American train. '
LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
aD stateaaan togttfewfwith WAU .. made for .'
,r .>a3 rraagee3est$ were
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' :Lady. 'Shewrigbt' -had 'oar departure. : n'goi 1g to 'the Effective- ..from August 1, 1914 to August Little Mary" Pickforl
:been undergoing a' core in Germany, criminal. police office for my passport U915 and guaranteed against any reduction '

'X .bat it only,became known. a.few days, two mina .before the train was to daring that time: In another of those Biograph re-issues. \
ago"than. :they,,had;.bee died.for leave, I was told that a'hitch had occurred
;"ooe. time- _at"'Nareaburg.r> ;. 'While.Sir raid an.hour her I' was told TouringCar $555.00

1; ... .' '/JaJMe fiag- "r", priats' were. that.'peremptory'orders had been received Runabout .- 505.00 .
l"talle. 4 : .. from headquarters that' under "
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i F. O. B. Oikafc.,AU cm tub .QatppeLFarther "The Wilderness Mail
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?: ;Sir:James. 'declares'that'as a;..maniamiiiar no circumstances.was I to be_allowedto .
$\- : ::,with jreverameat sdmintttraJ .travel,by the American train or be wt wffl .. &U .. ritata the amass cffidcacyi
}- "tieaX reiigned r 1 biffi .if:to the.. poaitfei permitted to :cross' into Holland, and par.ar utar f eto(7 ton islet p n*Kti eptrtecnti.. uA th If t we aetniasr rack an mt nt to jit n**fHtM A Splendid Selig production. A Two Part Feature

/affairs..: In j.itI, of the dkewnfort .1 that the same order applied to all cut tetvteft.UM ....* datcfc containing many exciting thrills.
.' 'and awriety experienced,. he British subjects The utmost concession A.4 *nU w. read this ?N*ed a, w. gm .. w M
Shan tnm ill to |H per car (.a w abortAinrfUHS
\.ted BO complaint to make' of tae'German i I 'could'get'was to be allowed to the fever's ) .. every retail *** ".. 'TSFSm.1'*
:::officials.i He geee 'on: to show cross into ,Switzerland where the F.rf ear Wtweea Atmt 1,1111<< and .
that !the hardnhipg :undergone' by train. service ,was .quite unhinged. For ,.. parti lan renribf these Uw prieei" li.karias "
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:Britons;in. ,'Gsraaujy',are__ 'largely thereieat '"We,' left for Linden, and, in due ... .*. "Face to Face,
; : of' pw-eJy-fidJtiooa etorieeaf course,reached Berne, where.the British P. G. RUSH, !

:trwtrient o(Germang !n'Ba knd. i minister had just' received news Phone 226 Another of the "Man Who Disappeared" series, featuring -

,, ;which axis widely, mated 1 in the of the :.Heligoland victory This the great Marc McDermott.

German'prees.In. cheered:us :very.much.
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'narrating his experiences. Sir "After long'journq we reached
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James. 's&id_:' Paris; only to find the Boulogne and
''We -left' Mates .cf on August 3, Calais service' dosed. So we proceeded

:and. 'afte);'t'much,delay> ,reached_ Nurem- Dieppe.." MHIMIIIIMIMtltMIMMHIMiMiimilllllllllli "Bear Facts '
,borg:on":the next des 1. Early.on.the 'Dealing with the situation in Germany I a
,m i'Din'of A5th'; t.area informed Sir 'James t said: CONWAY \NURSERIES A Vitagraph comedy featuring little Bobby Connelly, z

:that. ;England, and. .Germany. "Although 'I was treated with po- -
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were at i.war,aad was told that alitwoiCneer'wtie' ,po Ijteness and .courtesy can not say GROWERS AND DEALERS 'WAll the greatest boy in the "Movies. i>

: waiting; ,to, see me. that. this was the experience of all I
.;Hall. ',,an l-r.! .later.I ns';'requested my UDtrymen,.especially those who I Leading Varieties of Citrus Fruits ; I Five Splendid Reels ,
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-to proceed.to the,cnmteal.police statioii were eligible for mflitray service.
'. ,;whr.her, owing ,tom .ignorance The.-. 'Germans.. have got spying on the' R. T. PEEL, Proprietor.
of German, I_, was ,accompanied b, brain, and all are regarded,as spies, ak
,the. hotel proprietor,,wbo'acted as interpreter. Americans; .as'well! as Britons. In my Local Salesman '
Glen St. Nurseries REAL ESTATE
Mary
.', I. was minately :crosa-ex- .judgment, even for a time 'of war.., .
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endued to" 'my.,hoa young Britons are treated harshly. ORCHESTRA5c
teL' . i Sir James'added .that he was informed 9-24-tf
A aAfterpnceediBg'' a;1Hmclrecryards that Germans were only .following :
", 'r; was. Buoamofied: back' to the RathhauB the example of, his countrymen -
told}:that,"JRf.interpreter. wouldbelreplaced . He:'was shown statements by! and bread and water. Eventually MAKING MONEY
,ban oTicial:interpreter Heimrath "who is through the American
one Bergmann,' Bergmann, of is
Biggest cent profit ever
(wlwee knowledge of,Eaglufi seemed .a 'power even in Germany. inter- I I consul, secured his release (so the per lOcrDon't
derived from_the use of the Sentinel'swant
tery)limited;{. ), aad. -waa-sent t.. up I to.an views with this man had appeared intwo I story ran), and was allowed to pro- ad. columns. .
attic" ,whei f"n 'WtfI'UIeIablttt. a>'number. leading Berlin papers, and had I ceed. The morning after the publi
'.QR.'w''-: end FrtBeh.. been .distributed broadcast through cation: of this dangerous fabricationSir LAUNDRY .

.', "There.# (ti- Was', .. photographed, 'my Germany Sir James' Silverwright's James was warned not to go into
'huda'a with,some mixture, assurance that the statements were the streets and not to whisper a word Your general laundry work, French I

: 'U41'1'priatl't' '; en.'J ,I?was impossible were strongly' objected to, English.. dry cleaning, and pressing will be ap ,forget the "Valley of the Moon" will be here
.;.Aen.. n haaSd. 'a'- permit. 'and_told. 'that I and he was told that no man's words Sir James adds that between Paris preciated. Satisfaction and service
:might'Wk about'the t ., guaranteed. Open September 28th. Friday. .....;. $u j
: : wn Daring had: greater weight-in that countlJ.Bergmann and Dieppe he passed trains of Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry,
eMir; enforced sUy; of y near! -:three declared that he and sixty wounded, and at one junction he saw for whites only. 9-25-tf Coming-"JUDITH OF BETHULIA."

_weeks Wt'])Were_ :only,,stopped in. thestreets Germans, including ladies, on arriving thirty or forty British soldiers of 9
,th'ace' and ,set ',free.. on pro- at 'Southampton, were arrested, various regiments who had been collected If you have subscribed for the Sentinel -
"luetion-of the t.afterour. : taken under escort, to, Winchester to rejoin their units, and who, ,and-are not receiving your pa- a i
: ;arrival we were prison and kept for_ four, days indainp no doubt were regarded as among the per, you will do a favor by notifyingus You'll' have to confess, it's in the Wood, ?L50 a strand up. Hand's

.told. .;:>. y -Mr.u'- Winans, the.. American- dirty cells, with plank beds missing in the official list at once. Sentinel. Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf

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" .LEAGE, .ROSALIND,.
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i 4IAPlish , : '..-... ..... > . '-:0-
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,1 'a& ' -'n.r. The ,comailssion having. in 'C L .
.- ? ;.1eeoD4 a.'J&aD, )iWta.h .. the proposed- Florida .. .
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Vii : aizza >< at the SwjSwjteeosition has
Bacac o) '' '.'
T -- lre3entative in Orlando in the
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\\ii ,-.1......i'.,.".111111......{.'..1II'..'..IlIH.....'.'' %..50J of Mrs. Hazel Stevenson who
Ifefttta .. - ,
i/IIYW'lIl- 11pIH,11H1: -:: is interested,Orlando, having a part t

in the,'great_ ,enterprise.. Her. plan,isto

_.. : 1 IHIAtIHNUH ,work through boards of trade and <.
women's organizations, .and she remains
ari Taxi. r tt ia over from Saturday to:Monday a.

! I.aC the'advice_of,a number of citizens S p -.

_. i"1! aDY_!>iRflAt to meet as.ninny as may' be interestedin -

the project.

artb bsa ed is it ten enlist -The members of the Board of Trade
s it W tettMl:Mt teter thu I st, the ..Rosalind and .Sorosis clubs, and
ht siiMat.Thi. nkfar wtwf ,
sr. ,Courtesy of C. E.: Howard.
cMrtnct.,airalUsfi it the;Civic :League, are invited to attend _
4 w M trie*
a joint meeting in the,parlor oi f
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the san' Juan hotel! 11 S. J. SUCH MAKING BIG ADDITION RICEDURMONMr. V Z l lr 1
Monday
llhtoeriben' CJ.irlq'The.Seentin 'dkeoatjimd at
,, dmiU.no r the dk* in wrifnton a. BL:,,to meet Mrs; Stevenson and listen TO PACKING HOUSEMr.
4 lot dkta of opintion.btherwfee It will !* : Harry C. Durmon and Miss
to the plan, she has to present
ratined;at the regular. subscription rates Rice
in
',thafl? aotiet to eta fe retched., She is not going to ask for S. J. Sligh of the Elizabeth were united mar-
tt- '' ," ' -' , :_ money, one largest riage yesterday afternoon at three
!I<" . amply co-operation of the,various shippers of citrus fruits in the state,
(;SUNDAY,,.SEPTEMBHl; '27,: 1914,;', organizations' in a plan for the sale has a'big force,of men at work at his o'clock at,the Baptist pastorium,Rev.
L Edward T. Poulson tying the nuptial
,
t of.the.sOuvenir. ,coins for the PurPose packing house in Orlando enlargingand
ti knot.
i j c las revoletion in time of.raising-a fund for the erection of remodeling it preparatory for the
The is a valued attache of
';tethi; on L the praying. October; <4th.' I a Florida building on the exposition! handling of the big business in pros- the Reporter-Star groom and the bride is an .;. .
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> grounds., this fall When the additions
*!IL :, ,- pect are attractive young lady of' Roanoke fOUR
'Seth .Woodruff, President Board of completed Mr. Sligh will have the
't .!!!;Fat girls,are good natured but.thin Virginia. She arrived in Orlando yes- J
"' v t sea fi! n;fasten'their. Waists. 'up. ,be- SETH WOODRUFF, largest packing house in this section terday afternoon on the Tampa Spe-
: ..t w.} President Board of Trade. o'f the state and, it will be fully .
. cial and was met by Mr. Durmon,
it ; - .0: c..E..HOWARD, Secretary equipped with the latest and most the wedding following shortly after-

;Yesterday:;was the fifth morningf&aigbt modern machinery and equipment.I wards. Mrs. Durmon will find a

that there has been no police ORLANDO. COUPLE ARRESTEDIN The' main addition is 50x70 feet I hearty welcome awaiting her among
and will give total to the
cfowt a
space TAILORED
JACKSONVILLE the Orlando friends of her husband,
packing house.of feet. A cellar
90x170
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]fr and the .Sentinel joins with these
That the' de'erf :forty feet square is also being constructed
;; "City
friends in
f The Times-Union of yesterdayys extending congratulations.
T: keautiful'is property applied to,Or- .. and in this space the machinery HATS

:ludo',is.'the opinion:of,every visitOr. "In the custody of Deputy Sheriff will be installed. The boxes T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
.!) also will be made there and carriedon Conscientious work at fair prices.
J. 'F. Bozarth of Orange I
ft The first,big gridiron battles were county,' a conveyors to the packing rooms : Phone 629., 106 Court St. 8-23-tf .
14 year old girl and an" 18 year oldyouth
'.fooght yesterday; but ,the, casualties above.
were.taken back to their homes Eat what you want,
AH the has been
were much less than along the Aisne. machinery overhauled -
in' Orlando last night. Their arrest Eat all you want We have a paramount feeling
.
t. ff F : ( __ here is said to have intercepted'very I and a great deal of new machinery Take a postscript and forget it.
||They :say',everything Rockefeller unusual elopement a I will be added. For sale by all druggists.' that our knowledge of what will

'tafiches. tarns to: gold,;and perhaps Mr. Sligh is watching with great l7d&wlyrHttMHMIIIIMiMMMM
It''W.W'e "According to information in the be "au fait" for the coming sea
were only hanging. around interest the installation of pre-cooling
of the authorities here
possession a
to shake hands. plantain other packing houses in the
r : .... certain youif man ,of Orlando was son is being thoroughly appreciated -
i t tc .p: state, and if the venture proves successful -
:- !|We are still. wondering why the arrested a short time ago after he. is the coming shipping ,season judging by the numberof
alleged to Jave'abducted the girl. It
..$erman. 9tH..n wore overcoats, he will install a pre-cooling plant inlis McGUtlOCU'SDepartment
is said that he was given a preliminary enquiries and resultant pur-
arer'diig to'the pictures, when Start- hearing in the case and that his packing house next summer using

-_ 4g,for.the front" in August bond was set at$500. .. the cellar space mentioned above for chases made.

\\ a.-_:9. '"On the day before the trial the the machinery. Store

I Anyway- Mutt,anJeff beat; theparagrapfeers '18 .gear. old youth arrested here is OUR TAILORED HATS
'_ to' .the idea that the WANTED to 6 room furnished or
said to,have been persuaded,to elope
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Germans had stopped'bowling be partly furnished cottage with year
with the"girl and marry her here.. Its lease and reasonable rent. Mrs. A.'F. certainly bear the ,mark of
cause they'didn't'like the, alleys. s,said 'that he was furnished money Wood, the Yowell-Duckworth store.
|If ,_- __ = Jelly Tumblers .
.oif -' and ',that the girl willingly eloped 927ltIMMMIIMilllllllllMi dainty exclusiveness-of high

r Editor Benjamin of the Ocala.Star, : with him. On account'of the child's artistic merit-that the East
if prejudiced. against;the Mutt and
age the pair,were unable to,procure Fruit Jars
:Jeff pictures on account of the resemWance and West the West
especially
a' marriage license. This delayed ,
'the'toi1D bears to him. T. F. HOIJRmAN 1
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> matters and arrested in
they were response -
; : -"c( are noted for.
& i if to a telegram from. Orlando. I Licensed Plumber and allkindsPieseing
.1'ht..in Mexico:is losing some :
;:of its 'harrors., .A 'Mexican' general, Sanitary Engineer i .
Our stock this is
Agnew woolens for fall and winter season cosmopolitan -
F ;'.mefitiofied in .Uwt'night's, dispatches, Estimates Furnished. Jobbing <
.is Baaed:HOI,',and anybody-can sayThe will be on_display! and an experiencedtailor Promptly Attended to. j in its great variety.We .
:hiJL. to take your measure, Monday PHONE 6z9 ettles '
Tuesday and Wednesday., Let are proud of our showings
0,
show 'Yowell Dnekworth 106 Court Street
, United'States. has ,195 cities us you. and ask inspection -without

With.a population of,more than 35- Jompany. 9ILANB9, FLORUA
::060. '"'Pw'e.'r om for more and OrUado -' 4aMmMIIMMMMMIIIIIIIilM placing you under any obligation

,. '.wfll get '.OB' in,. a few short ,GOOD TABLE BOARD with rooms to
purchase.
at 305 South Liberty,street. 27-6t fMliHMMMIHHIMIMIIiMMMHIMIIIMIMilMHIMMM .
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!k Jingoists,whowasted;; 0 'to:intervene > ;" "IIII 1

;din Mexico.will probably have a chance

to-iaaist: t that Uncle .&m send. forces : Fresh GARDEN SEEDS

to;;The.:Hague,'to' protect .the"Peue _

'j.Pfckce. Do You Know the H

k .- ATMcELROY'S --
; There: is a strong: feeling among
the people:)rrun'tI" grab bags'at HICKORY

the;charity;fairs that the boys'should PHARMACY

f:. .not be: allowed! to: play: marbles forkeeps GARTERFor

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Due .to. the;: enormous o increase in fUMHIIillMliliMIIIIIIMIIiliiflllMIIHitMllllilillllllltiili lllllMf' Children ?

;:curreacy .money is more plentiful

F sthan ,ever,,.'and:,Secretary McAdoo's .. -'
threat to expose- the;hoarders is al. -- -.' They are the best and strongest -

reedy' having a'good.effect made.

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I] .,The school.book makers will have a Once time Come tomorrow and see the

\just::cause' for""complaint when the upon a goods.

,war e>idal Just'' think, of having to -
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i:nri&fall the maps of Europe to get '

v the different cooatries under, the right WITH EVERY
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: {kiIg; -_ There was an alarm dock who wanted to When he was dead sure'he could make PURCHASE OF

. 0,r get up in this world. a clean sweep, he hung out his single and GARTERS A '
Never a the Sen-
t,I. j't.that,
-' tiael'does- not mention''the arrival,of So he had himself fitted with a regular: bid for business. SCHOOL, TABLET

;oae or'; more ;people in Orlando to .:watch escapement, a light-running motor, ;i GIVEN AWAY

1 make.this city their:home.; No boom Today there are three and a half millionWinding
I bat jut a steady. growth of this beautiful selective alarm calls, and large ,easy-'
'' atyrt > keys. names on: his calling list.:-he's got the big- Prices 15c. 20c. and 25c. pairDIGKSONIYES

t 0 in the alarm clock business.
gest practice
t: :The 'hundreds.of: Orlandoites who Then, so they could see hini in the dim

r- 'bave'been.paseing,'the time at scmmer morning light, he ordered himself a His name is BIG BEN, the ,best over
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1 t. : ''resorts. -waiting. 'for.'the. Sentinel great big 'white .dial and large black, sleep insurance that anyone can buy.
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.to arrive with the news from Orlando,
: I clean-cut hands. Sold by ... .
,are rapidly,retaining and in two or .' r I D -f.
r', three,weeks more the city frill as- .' .;: '" c'J-, _"': :. : ,-_.: :
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i Tampa beating her ball team so much .. . >' : .
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i : .'weIl, get, .used to its. new

''_'', :ifsbe. ued to stick.. ;

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1 .1Jieie.York'cit1: health depart; .

.. I. ,'*..t'a', ... :waraiag),that- ,the, :increased, ., , > .

, l !-". ,r'-T, ..te.-'eTpewoas, :over.. ",forty- ''is, ; "*s i! OBLANDffS. FAVORITE SHOPPING, PLACE
;: lrr"7'doe to.tke eatog.of.meats : is. : OPPOSITE posromcii "!:' ..

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Ai'iirkiuid, N V York city,bare FAVORTE: )THEATRE !: cARAT

retaraed to Oriaado:'...t_ are again :,.
YtRVw SBborban hdme north :otea.Z. 2 p. a. aad,6: 0 p.'.. ; ,

ice{ i t t: '" ,ef;tlse'f- I Adfluasie& 5 tests ,, .. SACRIFICE_ : 'r. '"
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;rir 11, .':aad 'Kra. . :T. S. Felter.. Mrs.Fraak :' COOK AUTO CO.IliMIHHtHlllilMMMM. : "
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.::Winton and Miss ,Fisher,'ar MIMIIIIIHIIIIillltHMMONDATS, : "
rived'last'..;night from ,Schenectady PROGRAM : II ; "Get It AtI t Allen s

rA ,efsNJwiwoL and:.Long:Island, ,N. Y.. ,Mr.. Felter Y '- ", I
> Eclair. In the Days of Old. A
$AC 68. ii;-the owaer of the Waterhouse place I '
< juvenile drama featuring Claire,Hor- ::f;
fast east of.Orlando., ton:and Willie.,Giffons.. .
: 1 Joker. Comedy. Max Asher,, in $ (UOHIPFIRST . .

err cidintover; tor ,S. J.,Sligh.of Orlando, one of the !"The Powers." Head' ,"When Waiter."They Grew Jeal-

,lading fruitdealers'. : the state, is 'ousT* ,_ '
spesdmg,today mEssiinmee,__' ''looking :If you t want to enjoy an hour, come BAPTIST CHURCHAt What I to Give a Man
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:':. .. _. after: business connected with, the to the, Favorite. '

: t ,- : ''M O;IIr, ;ad)bL.,5.. Y.Waysa4 : opening of the shipping season.-.Kissiaimee : Rev. Edward( the T.' Lucerne Podson) D. D., \
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The'little- ,.':Mifle ::.arrived. ,,. ,Valley-Gazette.: : MRS. ALLAN WETHERSBY ENTERTAINED pastor.Mr. .
; .ytneNay.: aftwaeen.v, . ,IN HONOR OF Samuel A. Newell, superintendent ,.: is a question that puzzles some wo- .

"'1n '. ', : .,Pi. '.Mm .Sallie Taylor, of.Orlando,who MISS DAVIS Phillips of the, director Sunday school of the; Mr.choir Geo Mr.W. ',.. men, let us help you solve this prob-
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.. T,.J, :waWUJeft .vAafopdaW jraBICXUBjrt has-been jiatmg.Mr. and'MrsE.-I William S. Branch, Jr., organist. .- lem, come in and look at our '
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,. r 'for-AroMfia' where'aH''ri1, ,,tiIii'rekf -. Lesley, accompanied,their son, LeRoy Mrs. Allan Wethersby entertained The pastor has returned from his
[ ale of.we w. Lesley, to:Charleston, S. C., where he yesterday afternoon at the hospitablehome vacation and will occupy the pulpit at Watch Fobs 1
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both hours. He will be glad to meet
: :I enters school ,They left Sunday. of Mrs. Jas. L Giles in honor and greet all members and friends of

I./for.i'., and Mrs.. J.' B." Peebles, ,,of night-Kisfiimmee Journal. of Miss Dorothy: Davis, ,of .Atlanta, the congregation. Strangers are most Scarf Pins
( T yea;:ue' epeadieg :tedayin Or- the attractive guest of Mrs. Henry cordially invited to worship with us.

;J ,.goeats-.at'-the":Joan.w ..- .Mr. J.. Tilden Jacobs, Chuluota's Bartlett, at the Grand hotel The Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., and Cuff Links
-w n'- - - public worship at 10:45 a. m. and
;_ efficient and accommodating postmaster guests spent a very pleasant after 7:30 p. m.Morning. '.' ,
.. :G. A. HtiVa.-xiB kaownSaafar '. 1- was-among ,the'visitors to Orlando noon' dancing and enjoying other subject, 'Have' Faith in .
' :rya maxi.of .tvai greeting yesterday. Mr. Jacobs ,reports amusements, followed by .refresh God." : we are glad to show you anything ;i

: I4t.} ). Orkado_ ::yesterdey..' everything his section ,as being menu Changed Subject Name.of "evening .sermon, 'A you wish to see. J

1 Ii': prosperous,and the showers, plentifulThe The guests were: Misses Helen Don't miss the popular Sunday "
:MJ.,C.A.-&ulersen, oae of Geae- Warlow, Pauline Nuckols, Ruth Isaac- evening service.B. .
'va'sjproffliaeDt: citizens steel is Johnson Alma Gettier Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m.; Allen&CoJewelers
:. ,was trams sheeting btirig put on son, Dorothy Mr. Eugene Reid, president.
actii'g busmesa in the city yesterday.D the remodeled Presbyterian church, Gail ,Davis, Elizabeth Branham, and Prayer and fellowship meeting on

j ;\., preparatory.;to,the stucco work. The Mrs. Henry Bartlett Wednesday night.
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,.,:Weol'eni, far' men's: wear, Monday, of the building and it will be one TWO ORLANDO LADIES WILLELLEXPOSncrONDOLLARs and building committee Monday
evening at 7:30 in the Baraca hall
day:aad.f Wedaeedayat'the f '-;;: ,Big of most.attractive church.build- Reliable Repairing !

ings, in the state. METHODIST ORGAN MUSIC

fftMil: 1'----, .. -. Mrs. Hazel Stevenson, of Jacksonville -
Max Smith and'wife'and Mrs. Mr. J. R. .Davis, sales manager ofthe ,who, is in Orlando representingthe Morning Service 'yD
Card;!land. daughter r ,,Muse>Jessie, will famous Lucerne.Circle cigars, returned Florida commission to the Pana Agnus Dei ______________ Mozart
Hymn Offertory "Sanctuary".174Hymn
:;rot'today from:a visit_ to points in last night: from J Jacksonville ma-Pacific exposition at San Fran- Postlude, "Blairgowris"219 1

,;Nortji, Carolina. where he-;reports business;exceedingy cisco next year, requested the Senti- Evening Service 1.
J; '---. good. Next week'he win'mobilize nel to announce that Miss Lillian Pastorale ._.______________ Zipoli

"" 'Mis' \ 'Elizabeth:-Rinaldi,will, return the cigar. dealers, of 'Birmingham Estes and Mrs. H. E. Jernigan, popu- Hymn World"Offertory______,__"Light______-of___the___192 J Ib- ell
,to:.hi-,home .in Taapa,:today:after a Ala. under the Lucerne Circle_ ban lar ladies c f this city, will sell the Gloria in Excelsis ____-_____'Haydn == j jlit
: roof 'a viat: to, ,her' grandmother. ner. exposition dollars and compete for Ernest Wade, organistPRESBYTERIAN :
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,, Miss Winnie :.Thomas, daughter gressional district As noted in another CHURCH
:' Walter Bettis and children, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Thomas on Lucerne column, a meeting of the Boardof nfJIJIIPJffrJ.
I Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor. 1
:who have;beea vi tiag:Mr.,and Mrs. Circle;leaves Sunday afternoon, Trade and the various women's Sabbath school at,9:45 a. m.; W. R. ,
,, j.H:: left; yesterday, 'for i accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. ,Roy clubs is scheduled for Monday morn- O.Neal. superintendent. ,
: :tlwirjome in.Tam Pa.Ms.Gladyti lamseur, to,entervBrenau college, at ing at eleven o'clock at the San Juan Preaching service at 11 a. m. Dr.

f"" ;- Gainesville, Ga.,where.she will pursue hotel to discuss' the exposition and Rollins William college F. Blackman, will preach., president of Polish Your Silver

.; i : Thomas left Saturday her studies, during the coming the advisability of endorsing the workof There will be no'evening service.
ftMiWon"for"W: : ahmgtoli'and other year. the commission.
",>.Northern_ citiee, accompanied 'by her CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Wrights Silver Cream Electro-Sili

"? :father_M% E.:A.-,A.Thomas.. I Workmen on the, Curry' cigar .fac- WHERE SHALL I GO ON SUNDAY con.
'" 1:" tory building have reached the fourth MORNINGS? Sunday school, 10 a. m. I
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a Services Sunday at 11 a. m.,; sub- :
,Rev, 'and Mrs;J. D..Resaker' and door and this structure is being rapidly "
ject "Reality.
two;grandsons 'returned yesterday
,, C'Sro ; Peaorest'' Springs, ;Gtu, where' completed 'it will.be :the most prominent Barnes class for young men. The Third floor corner Church street
they- havebeer: for'soaieweeks.J' building in ,that section of, .the Baraca class of the First Baptist and South Orange avenue. Entranceon
:... Church street With the Gold Medal i
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city' and will.att1'aet. attention from church is a band of young men work- 1
'An acct_of,a the. big barbecue>> 'and the, trains, giving Mr. Curry an excellent ing for young men! meeting in the 'ii. CATHOLIC CHURCH
,picnic::at-Ocoee on,Thursday.October1st opportunity to advertise: his Arcade on Pine street every Sunday

,:tiie Morton Jones(auto 'bus, will cigars with a big sign. morning at 9:30. A cordial invitationis Mass and sermon, 10 a. m.
BftakVjBpecial. tripeto, .;,Ocoee. Go.'inYowellIhickworth extended to every man in Orlandoto Rosary, sermon and Benediction, Potted Plants, Cut Flowers, Funeral J
'th&"biL. Mr. ):.,W. McCreary returned Fri.day.afternoon visit the class. The teacher, Mr. and 7:30 Christian p. m.; subject Doctrine.of"sermon, "War. Designs Wedding Decorations. ;.

: H-'! << '' ,.and reports a pleasant L. S. Tenny will make the lesson ,

: company will trip, Among'the. ,cities visited by him both interesting and helpful ST.'LUKE'S CATHEDRALVery
have/an'experieaced:tailor, ,with,full are Bropksvflle, Plant City, Tampa, Come and spend a profitable hour -
,line i off samples;i_for 'fall and winter Lakeland, Bartow Kissimmee and Or- with the young men and you will feel Rev. Henry. Remsen, dean. THE SANITARY GROCERY s
weir.far' / and lando. He N. Francisco and enjoy Sundays bet Holy.Communion, 7:30 p. m.
men Mofiday, ; Tuesday. ran across ;1 happier your Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
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: :PTedme,"'.y. .: the fruit man,who moved to Orlando' ter., Morning prayer and sermon, 1:30.T. CARUTHERS & GORE
from 'G Gainesville, and states that he Phone 2006&8E.Pine
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-1* ;fIAt ua do your job printing.; Good found.Nick as busy as a bee getting A.GOOD RECORD FOR ,ANY CITY F. HOURIHAN,'Licensed Plumber.
equipmenti aid years'of,experience in his new store characteristic Francisco Conscientious work at fair prices. Street

";t one.:of:{the finest printing nouses' in 'style.- Gainesville Sun. The past week has been the dullest,,____ Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf : HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHtlllllllllllllllltltmilllH,
the .--- m many years for the 'ponce IOrce.i .
:South enable us to:give you the : -- -- --
,Biost, satisfactory; : service. ,A letter. has been received from i Up to six o'clock yesterday afternoonnot I :::::::: :::::::::::::::::;: ;:::;; :: ;: ;::;: ..;;;; .;. :
Mrs. M. T.. Plaisted,, from Lausanne .an arrest had been made since
} .- } s f last Sunday and for five consecutive
:CoL4 and Mrs., Play 'Norcross, .will Switzerland, saying that she and,her
> daughter Miss Gertrude,' have left mornings there has been no police
{ retarn..to, OrUodo 'next week from
i J Lausanne, under the escort of an official court-no cases to.come before the
.Troyj;AUu, where they have:spent the
:J ,-,:steer, and occupy'their pretty win. courier ,owing to. the Europeanwar court. "-
':: ,ter'home Tat <510:Magnolia' avenue. war ions, and they expect to One policeman said the past week
; 3 j ;-: sail from Genoa on;the first,possibleboat has, been a record breaker for Orlando - .
for this counirThis news wilt be and 'that during his service on
Mrs.'M..:W. Calvert >} and ;
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daughter
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::. most gratifying to'theh friends the force never more
: many
,son. : i returned yesterday afternoonfroo ,,
: than two to by with-
in this city who were very anxious one or days go
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Keatacky,". "heie'thel 'speat'the : concerning their safety. out an arrest It is a creditable show.

summer, and' are-'occupying,their_ ing for this city or any other city. Hudson "40" Here

,. 'prettihome.. on South Miin'streetT. Eat,all 'you ,want 1915

6" ,- ; Eat what. you want WANTED TO HIRE , ,. T,
:' .F.HOURIHAN;'Licensed Plumber Take a postscript and forget it
r Conscientious. work 'at-fair' prices. For. sale by all. druggists. Man and wife to work orange grove. '
;Phoee,6 id. 106 Court St 8-23-ti l-7-d&w-lyr Box 396, Orlando. 9-27-6t 0. $1.,550.
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Drop in and see the "SK"lthat

j will..'have ;a .new: Touring Car ,on display 'in our ._

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i.. .... '., _. .. "WANTSMUNNIMAYBIS Laths and Sbinglej3
__ 'Putsei Has opened an automobile repair shop
.. .- .. at 17 Hughey street If lou' want
. al uat lo; Lth a Ce&e good service and reasonable rates call
t'._ 'sva.ea. .abe...' kt .Wises and see him.' Also. Overland, Hudson
J .. ., d.:'Lai& fie 8 :Ibrte'Ob and Chalmers livery service.
t1. 1111 j.f.afreek. . with- its: ". .eotow H< for.-.... Phone 646. 6-26-6t r COMPANY.QRT.ANmn
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My,tet 10 C@ll/ge.c&ffif B mfr':"ifsarrts br' thTi eol ... u sae
It '' wia:h-aria eo ...... if wanting to buy, sell or rent
:! -not ,Cornell.or .Wiaeott They are money makers.
:. hM a'rye:dunalfig: iatoatioa.
SALE-Five gallon nickel plated
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i: ..*ri5g Lak ;Yirgmia, one ( urn, as, good :is new, at a TREES FOR .SALE,
J of for.lake of,.Tariooa.shape .M. .C. Broome. Box -573.
The Terra Cola Nurseries have
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:Jitctod>ittfct* by navigable : ; sale the Walters (Florida Standard)

It itopM soaUjwaid nearly SALE-One or both of a team variety of grapefruit,. from one to Royal Ceneit Aptite Plaster and Perfection lime
11 :'to to,water's edge.' The j r Mack::mares, weight' 1100 and three years old, budded on three to ,
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' 1-1 .wWowVof. the. .,meu'a"sad; Good.drivers, single'or'double. four years old rough lemon roots;
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.. E. Entow,'Winter Park, Fla.. and the Heart's Tardi orange, one
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.p denuto.fie:.ooffimand" a'view : year old buds on three years old
t' Jl A :i.-cl: 'on the I : .-. rough lemon roots. All in first class .

I} the Mcaet ,The SALF. -Goo&driving horse, will condition.'
':.1\ Ied .shaded ,wkh anywhere; new 'one-horse TERRA CEIA NURSERIES,
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: too. and'cWe..lriI ee1 wagon.. Quick sale. Apply: Terra, Ceia, Florida. :S-cTSJJ: "ESS:
( ? Polia'House corner of South and J. C. Rowell, Manager.
:__ ahrube and pkate. ttJt, I :streets. 9-24- Correspondence solicited.
'. 'of the lake are the large e
:: f) ,SMO aad two swimming and SALE-Seven room house; 21-2
docks,'one 'for 1MIi' sad one :; best garden land 125 L.small Box Important friendships result from the
orange trees." Inquire P PRIITING G MITERIAL I right introduction, and
.: h :>eto'.and the i dormitoriea. are city 9-22-6t

,hitlredaytid teanis courts For Sale-Silver Cluster Grape the most important ones come through the right banking con

'". :we of:teachers aad students.- and Valencia late orange buds. FOR SALE nections. Association is the keynote of all business We
The oollegeill its success.
H n open :stock,. 50c 1 year; 75c 2

,. e'. \ ;:thirtieth year: on ,next' W old.' H. C. McDANIEL Consisting of invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter- i
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..':' ;meaborg" i of the-. faculty. are: SALE-One cylinder, 4 h. p. Job, Press, 14x22 with fountain. est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
:;(oa tfco :groaad 'and the:others ''motorcycle, 1913 model, Imposing Stone, 26x44 in frame.
t rl the= first< class condition. Cheap for Perfection A Wire Stitcher.
way.
:: If 'Ppesideat'sail Mrs.Blackman ...Apply at 306 West Concord 9-16-6t One-half Case Wood Furniture, BANK
& TRUST
CO.CLOTHING
:e.'sip; in: Pitt burg, ; 280 pieces.; .
t qa. t.1 q i-";New York" TO SELL, or trade for 12 Galleys, brass lined, 6l/x23.

.crty, .and"Boston, have been estate, my five passenger 1 Galley, brass lined, 12x18.
A. L. Beck.
in
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r A ing. _their beautiful home_ for Horton Mailer
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.. .WeM. ; .. Utility Lead Cutter.30inch .
''.. :.Secretary' aad. Treasurer : SALE-Forty acres of fine I. Jewel Paper Cutter.

it\U..O'I""+'leinl" has been basy since r 'crop land of; oranges eight in will grove be;from the : 1 Challenge iron frame..Proof Press, 9x27 with as1fCII tI;;; ; l lltllllf ll ''I::::::::::::::::::::

#1 :fro Manitoba.preparing--, to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told,
., 41 opening,of.the'college, for setting-10 acres in ,lake, 1 horsepower Motor.
w V'extensive..correspondence and and quarter miles from Apopka. 2 Counter Shafts with pulley and
: 't f rooms 'to ant&, 'He 5000.. Address W. H., Box hangers complete. -
.1 ing; :ippli Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf
;thai despite the hard times,the. Ink.Slab, 12x18.

IIL heap'm. ...f.,the. slackening: of SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. About 1,000 Ibs. 10 pt.body type.
Fkrida:industries there will be Inquire,of Frank. _Phillips, Pine Cas- Several job fonts, racks and cases,
% 9-18-tf
Ji{ :sidertbk ::increase in the quoins and other ;oaterial.
!l it t.el'taat..year. SALE OR RENT-House This material is all in first-class Our new stock of

r. Dean Enyart has spent the all conveniences; unfurnished at condition and will be sold for the

'''i- in/,his seaside home:at'N West Concord Ave.;price reason best offer to close an estate.
to small family. Also on second
_. 1+.Masi; and Mrs.' Ferguson, of, 201 West Concord Ave., a APPLY P. O. BOX 35 Fall and Winter
-i-.women, at her former home in of three rooms with bath and ClothingMade
kOJ. i:. f ,. ,This suite is arranged for ORLANDO, FLA.
t' housekeeping, all furnished, two
.:' *5 't'--Dr.E. M.; Hyde, professor of rooms might be arranged
jfhas: .boon(; steering. at the if desired. See Wm. L Coryelel, 1
='.coast and in'New Halnp hire."f .West Concord Ave. 9-23-6t by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in
< ;> :Pref.HfrarPowera; of the (Concord Avenue is o be paved). ,


i-language"J'-Mrs.::Powers..department:and their, , .FOI'.DN'l' CkCOInsect and we are anxious for you to see our

:.re ained. "In.Florida'". attending. RENT.Two for light Killer Will
.fee citrus grove- in:Winter.P housekeeping. with rooms aU modern con- New Styles and high class tailoring. Best

L:daring the last mouth., boating Inquire 312. E. South St. Rid ,

foing; and fishing ,on; ,the. -6t ,
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;; place in the city to buy clothing.
t Jobs, .nver. ,.. t'v FOR RENT Your house of all insects.
,.,;. Pfftf., :E.,S.":Palmer.has Rooms for light housekeeping; mod
roiDC. Tale students :all up to date; furnished or,unfur Quarts 35c. Galled $1.89 '
t a:matJMrontks,>':at New '' : ; on Lucerne Circle; with gar
.= 1.Gale1Yeity{Mr&-Pahner: fruit and flowers. See' J. F. For sale by -
. 9-24-tf W. M. SLEMONS
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;the sammer in Winter.Par1. -
:- f il4 FOR RENT I ,Carrntbers & Gore"
,,Fourteen'room house;modern,up-
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l''doof.workjatSleepy; .Eye,. ....J. F. Watkins. 7-80-d&w-tf. ]NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet ''I KiiliiiMMIIMitiriiiiMtieUtMli
:! foraaer'.. ...home of.Mrs. <.Bl tkm ,FOR B3NT-Six rooms for light potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. !!I

.. _i'Prof.''neM'seiioO- Lent,;has- ,,.'spent director.the of su Apply. 409 Furnished, DeLaney.or Street.I unfurn I Quick I Co.. Apepka deUTery., Fla Cash. Apopka 5-24-tf Plant .t \'\\\ \\\\'''\\'\\\''''\\'\\\\\\\\\ \\\\\'t\\\

I .J i Mount'Dora" and other 9-22-tf.
: Who is your painter and decorator
and is now:,keepmg. bachelor's 'RENT Beautiful dwelling with [Lyon are.satisfied keep the one you 3WF.m& htt
'Lakeside.cottage.Ero garage; elegantly furnished; on have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican,
: /H.. S.'Pope, director Lucerne.. ) Jas.. A. Enox. Ne. 636. 120tiThe
;Bchooi""of:music, :and'Mr&:. r
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:;apeat'hi' vacation in. Florida

iin Water'Park, supervising' MISCELLANEOUS Cathedial Schools Were to '

tic. .ni'af- their'attractive. new, '
.and"partly.at
': /Pope has had a.class_in voice Banks;'42'Lakeview avenue. ORLANDO FLORIDA ;

:; .' during the summer' and -Position by experienced (Ftmeriy known u PelKCUik School) I, '

has carried e on the;work. of clerk. Have good knowledge REOPENS eCTOiER 7 be Married Soon
: urer's'.office.' different lines. Best of r : '
leferences.1
jii8.'wnd : C, Box:178, A Boarding and Day School for Glib- .
:3 . -,- housekeeper Renlftr and Special Coum -Primary_,
;er of cooking' and sewing, OO sour orange, 400 Intermediate lfamic-Art-Elocution-Fbnieal and Academic Grade ColtareDmestie i I

hemmer: : at..her.raother'a grapefruit stock, 2 or 3 years old; Science-Admirable Situation I what it would cost them to furnish. modern home of
Came to us to see
,Amsterdam,;N.' Y; be thrifty, good. State pricein and Sarro ndia*!-Climate HealthfolCarefol :
: Address "Grower" of Homo Life-Capable Teacher be attractive and comfortable,
?f- Miss' reply.. care I four or five' rooms. They wanted their home to
Deaderiek"teacher Lew Rates.
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the of their
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furnishing
the amounf of which they had
.:sioj has peat: the Roderick P. Cobh Bishop Mean : yet money
POSITION WANTED-Young .married Rector. Preddeat.Dudley .
;friends in the, mountains man of good habits, refined and home made expensive'peices prohibitive.
'Carolina.. 'whore. Miss : well educated, :would like to take I They spent considerablee time with us looking through our large stock.
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:. f wether- .;.., teacher of 'arts ; charge of orange grove., Thoroughly We offered a few suggestions and gave them seme new ideas. They were
;.1.u and reliable: Two
competent years' '
hOWJliWIU. Matthews took memorandums of what they
with what had seen.and
,> 5'Miss: Dyer experience in Southern California. much pleased they
| : Susan who
Address: N, Box 178, Sentinel should want.
thought they
l tBollms after f
graduating 9-26-3t
gears'.course in music in- .--- ARCHITECTURAL AND GENERAL After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doing
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.' city, will for -the'present' lent FURNISHED location. Apply ROOMS 418-South An excel-Lake DRAFTING. the best possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their or-

''with. 1.'L.'illlVWftU', ;", v:'_"ih '\'' St 9-23-pm Blue Printingand'Hap Work. Patent der with us.l'his.

1;Dyer,:in'aoverteaf,cottage. office drawings, show cards, and. is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are
POSITION WANTED-rBy well educated general commercial art. Perepectlyes
!MbchT i 1iD sici
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man, as chauffeur. Temperate In color or flat washes.
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Dyer won the highest prize driver. If'you have work for a carry
Yate'last.)'eIi.. .for.:.the. .& : man' of ,these qualifications, address Yowell'DuckworthBuildingPHONE grading from the lowest priced which are good, to the very best. Your appropriation
j. - MChauffeurN Sentinel 9226tBOARD
? r' care home be anything from $175 toiccoor more
furnishing may
), >fflpo- tioa.in the larger 542 your
jag a : yJDpi.Hi'which: :_ AND ROOMS-House newlY 9 lo-diwtf -you. can make the most ol it with us.

=with:great ;effect by the. furnished .and remodeled. Northern -

.' 'ch.oreheeiia..Ma. Bellows. ,'.. coiner Excellent cooking.South location..and$5 Boone and Magnolia$6 streets.per House week.Mrs. Wo cdt 1 Wood 1 WDn 1

:>it Cokabia.university in' Marie Lewis, manager. 9-4-lm: Snowden
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,; !last year,'-returos;:to'' : Excellent Core Pine Wood Kincaid
bacheWs' degree' nd'will': : FOR SALE A-No. 1 saddle mare, Sop- 0
.buggy'horse. Address care
.in._tAe. jtcademy.I .. Wrighfs or Box.567. -2-tf plied in any quantity

zden Word ftth has:'IsM been: &sturday-received/of) RARE BARGAINS Furniture of Character at Popular Prices

..flay;J.i ofAlbert' oie : : Don't be deceived. Seeing is be- SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE
aaemher..of, lieving: The best mail to bay real and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida '
-: the:::iaa>miag estate of'is the'man.that has actual STRANDS OR'MORE Cor. Main ,
dines;' >White "was: ; experience in thercultivation.of truck, c

gulariy,:refined. nature,. farmand citrus' fruit- lands, and littt.......... ww " \" ,\,,,,\,," " "" '\\\"IIIIII'11111llt: : ::
sees it .
: what land is when .
bnghteet men in:the 'e l : knows se --- - - - - -
; tg tlJ) EDGE IARLOW
There;.is a' man of that kind in Or- =:c FOR
; Titnniag aaaaaers aid fine: lando. Bave.ir4. show you. Owner'sprices Don't wait for every one In: ton to WOOD FOR SALE SALE
..: elaracter.Wo .: $eAi_ .be.. .'sorely' on all.property.. ; no padding,or Telephone 375 have Entrfcan, the painter, before -
boosting. Am 'look yon Nirsery stock, one, two, three and
month- of August I will -'
< fesw:ji IB* aad F G. ARNOLD. Seatk Street Bear.A. C. L. Up. pone 616 cadDroll. be on the selL For at the my farm, pine at 85 cents per 'four year old buds; Fester Early,

cosy+ oo" nil ssiaie at 6. . Second Floor, Room'1Tekahese J& t28tfDet strand, and oak at $1.00; also some Pineapple, Java, Hoiaosassa, Washington -
:, fo'Ofilt. BBMtfjataS) fjtff 4 :Exchange Bldg. .-- Trades saw logs cheap. A,- S. Hodges, 3.1, 'I NayeL Address Mrs. M.Kahlat
e'' ,III" &' --- : _:9'w.;: :- Orlando, Fla._ f 9.1. 1m ,.oreriek'tie wtst' ad&: Orlando. '1 1m Apopka; Fla. Phone 2222..j.f 3-13-tl
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II 1! :'irrlBtt; ::ANGIVE.. .. ,.,''USA:, TRIAL' ,., We Sell The Manuala The Player that.53&s
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..X. >KEW,TDCTT- "T.;.OF- JBBLBfBy .10, acres""aH cleared, north tide beautifully 'situated and ,will be sold -
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,. 'I-r' -<. ?'- Lake Ivanhoe overlooks Orlando, for 6,000, good terms. 9-11-lm iimmmiMM
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'( ..,Herbert. .. ____ 'T.. ';: o Xu. splendid land ;and a fine home site,
r.agr\ .f'.,tt.e'.;Inte al' .News .The stucco cottage'on Cathcart St.: Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
: sLoaaa'Sep'ir.Ceetrery: *" .- one.Tilock north of, Eota. Park, just is the kind you want, Where to get
Sfcyice.);
: .- completed-built for comfort and convenience it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. 1
'Mooitrtiti. lave: been circulated to here'the large lot, stone garage, Entrican. 1-20-tf Of PREPARED' FOR COLD WEATHER{

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not\:do noah. d by;;.j}ww, axwrdiag to Philip: H.
Wood, tin-:;American:, :who ;has ]tie .

]edsLondoii.. from' :("'the"1 .G Ian :Tke' HIII ri m '. ,..'. .. .
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Wood said Wit iP,arenaoa "

..'exefttBttnt. ;,+ ith'lit&ebaaga- :''r There. -k little. long before cold weather will be here. ,Are you


''.'..a. )jis hI. goisg, :M..OH,:_,.practicaHy"THre.iI.:the: i I'i and Shippers of Citrus ready for it or will you wait until arrives before

.:.i.o''t.: iw< :taaa tfcere ia m ... +
London.%*!The price' of, food?k"!the Fruits and Vegetables. you have thatGas
same as beerethewar: ; the,cafes'are t? '

; 'all.obi!:and. ,have. "0 twri_ bands. ;pitying I will operate alone under above name and shall appreciate
;' there,, are:.aliaost as..any, '.concerts
'' !< :the business of all who have.andany who haven
;'many.... :,ef'_'tW.. 'fct..,. .' rs, ",still'.have"
j fall hoosei,",and:save' for/_the 'sapproattd'cacit t patronized me in the. last three years. For information
< t, th pe M very'little , : :call'on'or write me at my Packing House at crossing Heater

:.to iiiow r.tfcftt ,Ger my '.is in,;a of Concord.Avenue and A. C.L. R. B.' in Pine-a-cure !

state.of;'war.' IMft1"1 ... .saw..any; refnEes'i ., -- building, which' ram equipping'with Mauld's latest ma- -
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: 1 iDert.and can consequently give same service '
; talking you "' .
"Wotdt. of
a9a e a point ; "
1ri t>s'ae_o j ,I ':".-yv Uw way*.j-in which-, .has always spoken.for.itself., 1 : PUT IN ? -'

.Germany-jdid"not observe, . any.anxietyas My efforts will be to,sell all possible before resortingto i .,
to,the,supply.of.food.Apparentlyno > distribution. '
one.war:takug"any. ,pains. to beeconomic

era-!asthoritiea.'\ ,'and that.0yrawq there-teld was:Wsev-enough W. ,A., DADE,' Gen. Manager Better "prepare for war in time of peace"

:feed,already,:"in*',"the-<',-country L" ;'to. ''lastforyl8 .18-2m and have it put in now as we will be rushed when
months.:
v Thetefas'also. .. oft i-f_,'as. 'to'the .. .
IfMMtMMMIIIMMIMMHIIIIIIIHIttitilMMMMM cold
result"tA'WIllI;:" .s.-:;
_"The: : 'view1 saidWood, .
"ie:,hij (the Germans,.dont win MtllMMMItlMMMMIIMMMIIIIIIIIMitlMttMlll
'.y'wiI1. .. "_. itt a-draw.' 'They; are '
atie6edthat;' ..r array'.can never bebeatenM SPRAY NOW FOR WHITE FLY and SCALE L ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
; that the,most;theallies ,
I can.hepeffpr' is'a M te-. rate.,-'Even SCHNARR' N INSECTICIDE SPRAY
if'tl i ." .feve'{e.'N' nat f rea;France, GAS DEPARTMENTWE
.they. !cosSd rtfitteywill: .beable
j. defend their own .coantry. -for' ,Kills every White Fly Larvae, Scale, Rust Mite
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'an indefirite.time.. and Red Spider that is hit. Removes ''sooty mold
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"I+ad. ,..two"officers if they had and insures healthy trees and bright fruit. Septem 'IIII"lllllllllllllllllllllrl
the"posafaitity; :'of.,defeat, ',ber:-and':October are two of the best months for '
and one cUd,,Tea,H aaay'.be j etpoereindlelauat spraying for,White Fly and Scale. Prevents insects ITT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
if so.w aheald not : ,
'- : ' from:sapping trees all ,winter, and brings them AND BO ALL KINDS OFOPTICAL
,; l G tkaro woold_not .
c;be'more. tjian'WW6- men.
the..,.ag .1<'!.of.. 17;aad.50.. '; . :insuring: healthy growth and bloom.
'''! 'J..oma..c>pinionlM,aided:Wood, ',18'

.tW'tMtm1rl1.he'.diaidon within a ...'''..ppodfby,Bat'when'me-:I' I .,SCliAM, .. . &: CI.. Orlnfe. Fkrife.Scfeurr's . VIA"Clyde

ge .iit:to'a Geman;.o officer heaid lasecticide-, .will set Injure the White Fly
Ifa no aaeda :to us about :Fwgi. 9-9 D. and W 2-M Line"r

Katiwiftill:: :weVe:..occopied. ,Paris DR. L .H.. RAMSDEItOPTOUNNT
and,&'.,:reterafearf,,, Then.-we- mightitems 4., IMIMIHIIIIIillHMIMIIIIIMIHIMIIMIIillllllllTHE
:toll",.' First Class Meals'
and Berth
I (Siaeaaor to Dr. 9. P. IMtm) IncludedThis
Wood'f'r coasidefable,bitternessFpgland
a.--,7 : ,; and_ he_ ::was;'rarely' ew ANSO. FLORIDA

1\\ .permding. one ,to .JfW
m any!- special rate good on any of the Company's
beliMe .1t-\\ :Efigkad. was i 'IghtiBCPrl"d
.ailita rather. ,than'.the' Dt YM Wat a d steamers August 22nd to October 17th- .
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inclusive.
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V f on't" believe it," he "said.Tfcey MARKET

"'thiTk; that,".fegk" d,waata.' .;to. iNKiitteCNitry? Return. t 10 Days .
crakGer. aayaad thall. fight
.tee lar ditek i tMi.tkaa. 'sobait iean1ithss Of -
Of- Quality Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every
I saw iiB _af :say Mion. -
aeeoea 1iBoeiei: iatR ......'p. .ep1e. : .,Our list containes some very at- Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m
are'r.. .r. 0 rga AND SALT, MEATS- .. .
.' ,35Y: ". ,- ' '. -- tractive propositions both in city and
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RIAL/. l&TATI'WR;UUB..<1 Y, 1. - And will be For reservations and further particulars apply to
country property. we
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... t'I".::;....' .eel. ,'.';,brie'- "G.tha. I sryth ._._. tuty-.-.tr."' tie.., as. 'a.d_ Mt&- frees p Ceased to submit them to you. H. WENZEL, Fla., Pass. Agent
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: grape'f } ..-tom: ', 8I1. .'.Wi. iilM treiiw... jam r .l-rJl ..:-VV Tf V"' aW 122 W.,BaySt JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
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t.,-AM..bexei-nova; tm If'v. .,.. dek. '.. to.net,: eJnvite"you'to .call at
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sire, iWl1 l woperty," wfll be ad;. '' ''' 'r >'
offiee:and list With
ahi iW fifie b ftfe. '..'sue :.witkGatln our your property
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I-. 'm: fruit -o." ioinK TheQ PARLOR MAWOETil "us;. 'The. Same courteous :y treatment., GOOD.PRINTINGWe
.than eiiei}lelair Plic* lee SI jem ,OSTEOPATHY JDL
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r :f .w. M. S are in a better position than
: bmbeer bpoeiiL; :. Oar bat re.ly JfC&It-r.- ......". lf be erfeeaded:to.SO U.. ever to give: you the very best inPrinting -
as ;-"II t,10t)it asao : :; --- y :,;' as we have a large plant J. C .BOnLL '
_of.11 .._ :: equipped with all modern'machinery, Hottrg,'10-12, 3-5 .and .7
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rIoriIW i'; 'ff-- "" ::,,. : .. l.. and the very latest in type faces. If
to : t6 i : < No charge
f '>:,j ? : you are now numbered with our customers bra for, home treatment
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Imv' '1one conaettiongMBea
hothead, feed hidt : : ,.' 'the opportunity to-prove to you ( ear..Orange and Central Ave,.
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: ": : that ..we'are producers. of Quality.

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,, Car e company" of Paris dated September ; :. :-'F' r

6th The letter .reached.America
f, 1 _;;' via. London.' :Goode.writes:
f .F .t -'!Your cable to insure safety of the
: V **%-> office. staff first;, came this morningand .
shows'you fear'capture-of Paris [

by-the,'Germans. We have been. too i*$ *W .." ;.:;.j .
? 5'W busy to worry over such an outcome,
but:tare taking care'of the men' and -- ,t;",; .
no one need stay who does not insist ."
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"For,several 'caYswe.: .'had German ", .
-% jir -J7'< aeroplanes over the office.every ,day. : > : k 'cI

i; ** PRESTIGE :'-, -" / Eiffel One,-,Was tower.. sighted We jumped..steering into for,a tN car I::111111: This purely Orlando institution takes pleasure in III: ;.: s: : ,i

; and raced for the slope'of the Troca :'' : ; : presenting this excellent'proof of the public approval of '

a !' "When ,a, h.eck'is' 'received. baring 'the I, dero,' from :where we watched it circle : I I I1 its methods. -- -- -- ,: ";
while machine rifles andcannon
r nanlie:""State_ 'Bank," Tt'omeB with' it ,prestige .1 barkedall around.guns. It was toohigh 1eJ 1Ii SetQkr $333,318. : .

in '- 7,and'the:recipient: knows .the 'maker of, upend' flew off.east,,chased by tf::: II fepMHsSeffenkr I!, 't913 236,142.76

the cheek' has sound coanections.Inofferiag a French machine It was brought ,
p ,banking,; '
down .outride the You can'timagine
p jdst city. bcreise ta .ic year $97,205.30 ;
the'services,of this bank, we, the sensation.of being right
? there watching. .! In every little detail consistent with conservative i

'arepiacingfat-- i : ; :your' disposal. banking"rela t l "Road travel is intensely interest banking, we aim to please and protect our patrons, and .

r 4 t pans that'must reflect to -your ,advantage, in ing. Returning from Bordeaux this ,; their interests as prescribed by the rules and laws of our -

E : ,all your'business dealings,.-which is prestige. morning camped ,along we saw the streams'way people of refugees from : National Government and to demonstrate thru our association -

:' with the Federal Reserve System the :
the northern provinces, with nothing advantages, :
i ; The' State Bank of Orlando but their clothing and bedding At accommodations, security and strength alone derived by 1
_ the, entrance and exit of each town a "National Bank." :'" '!

Q and at, railroad crossings one must Let us prove to you that "It is a pleasure to serveyou.1' 'r: ;"
show his
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l'-' 'The roads are ,closed at night. ? . .

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ditched every five miles all the way
to Bordeaux. ,The rush is over now, r? ., ;'$.-' &c \
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'J ; I days was a panic.

>NEW"GARAGE- ;:iDTTHEABCADEI STETSON NIYERSITY :Paris taxi abs.were jogging along as .', '.' '. . .., ....., ,', , '. : .. ..,. .. .' . ..
BUIUMNG far as.Bordeaux, loaded with trunks, ". .. ... -, ...". .."' '" .. .M v"" : .. ..
The thirtieth annual opening of and ,various,belongings. :,,!! ] ,:. <(. ;':'''';'' ''' ., ".: t' ;i J.l ;;
S Orlando is to have a new and -up to Stetson, University. occurred Friday.September "Paris is rapidly being hemmed in : : : : ;;

4'date t, garage m the &ear.future. to oc-; 25th. For days prior to by trenches and barriers. Only three:. :''J f:] ;':; ,f .;.:_; D '-' ,,: [::1'

Y t.fuP1'f'Portie. of the'Arcade. '.building, the-formal opening,the offices of the or four gates are open to carts and [:: 'J r'ft;: .f } } '! :,if .
automobiles. Before each frownsa ; .
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ton Court street }4r.J. B. Magruder, i president;;:dean of women ,and dean ..
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barricade of coble '
stones. '
-owner of,:the Arcade, building and :of men were full of students registering :
:.,._'_ y agent| '.for,the.poplar'Oakland cars. ; :for;the;work:of the various'departments "It is my idea to keep the cars run ?..? :fr.:;; { : ;rN::: f.f.i: ::t:f:: 0\t { ;: ::. *;; \\k i ;, V ;;f t :f;' f f; l : t$ {1:{ f::
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(aad it fa understood'that the work ofremodelisg came from all sections of Florida and circulate. All .arrangements are
." ; ;.tbe._.Arcade_.'bUndin g Win from many of ,the Northern States. made .in case the Germans' get into LAUGHLIN'S. FINE YACHT WILL r tail The yacht has been christenedthe of seventy-two men and others who
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;begin at an early" date.H l Stetson University prepared.offer the city to place seals on' our premises SAIL MONDAY "Flamlin" and is expected to sail were aboard the United States reve-
a r putting them under protectionof """" cutter Tahoma, wrecked near Kis-
[The Senti-. nue
arcade J south of.the better advantages than ever' before. Monday for New York.
f fnel offbeand.the; the,American embassy. All'Amer- Mr. J. J. Newell, of the Newell ka Island, probably are safe.
rooats'south'of itt endowment has been increased
. The greatly It was built on Lake Monroe and
'wiH' 'be- '-,,used:.for' garage-,purposes 'reCently by gifts w.hich' has icans will be thus protected." Electric company, returned last night is now docked at Sanford where the Those aboard the Tahoma were
itta brick walls will be taken out andtie.1M enabled new departments toe opened from Sanford, where he has just com- crew is making the final preparationsfor obliged to use the vessel's five whale-
J j : wpported by' steel pfl- and the old ones ,to be strengthened, WHITE LEGHORNS FOR SALEAfew pleted the installation of the electrical the initial voyage. boats, covering between forty and
Tars.; To'the-caseal observer it might additions to, be made:'to the faculty, stock chickens pure s., and c. White a few Leghorns splendid, machinery and fixtures on the ,pala- fifty miles of open water, to reach
;fee thought'that'Orlando,has an over and.marked: improvement in facilities young'cockerels. Bred ,to lay,strain. tial yacht of Mr. Jas. Laughlin, III, ALL OF CREW OF WRECKED Agattu island, where they are await
:;wly, of.garages,,bet this ity'hftM .Stetson's graduatesjre ranking Ji; W. Gaines, R. F. D. No. 1. 9-27-3t of this city. REVENUE CUTTER SAVED ing the steamer Cordova en route to

"" 'largest. .,',number' ;;of':automobiles I I'r along with the graduates of, the- best FOR SALE 'BY OWNER Mr. Newell described the yacht as tt_. take them off.
'per:capita,: (any city ,in;the state, i ii known colleges:and universities in the About 2,000 acres of good farming a wonder of,beauty, comfort and con Valdez, Alaska, Sept. 26.-A wire- with
i;and'this number is greatly'augment- country.Don"t' and fruit land' in one solid tract, within venience. It is sixty-three feet in i less message ,received by the steamer FOR RENT-Beautiful, elegantly furnished dwelling; on
}ed, in the winter' by'the.large-number. five miles of Orlando.' An ideal length and sixteen feet in width, being Alameda and reported here today indicates Lake garage Lucerne.; Jas. A. Knox.

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