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 29, 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" ,.G.ltM4tfS"-.it: .i.J. u'' 'HAVE'''' '' '' ..:...MADE'." .,".: .- NOPOINT- ',- SGILBUtDNEED.s or I FIRST 1 DAY A y [ENROLLMENT[ IN HISTORY I

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". Eiroflaeftt. Expected to Reach STATE HUE TEAM OFFICE FORTS High School Building Already; j
One ,Tho sand This Year
jt ta':five.Mite, FertiParfe .J Full While New StructureHas
.: and That Number Will Report Confirmed From German

'WClty- ., ., . Fill Beiidiags.Another ONLY ONE OTHER MEMBER BBfii UK Of Sources That Defenders Room to Spare With
: it --- -T SECOND REGIMENT .** wfe Retired to First Linesof Only 280 Pupils

; Sept, '2& -'(Special)- new school building will MAKESTEAM' Defense -
Afttr'i.aixteen'- ' .&ys'of' :continuous be'necessary by next year for the accommodation - Villa Announces He, 'Will Not With the largest first day enroll-
3! of the pupils of the Orlando ment in their history the Orlando
,, [fighting theJ battle) on the '.public schools, in the opinion of' Corporals McCallum and Taylor Aspire to Presidency and Pekin, China, Sept. 28.-The Japanese public schools opened yesterday '

.river 'Aimee:'is,:tonight,entering,: some of the men who are best quali- Are Chosen to" Compete in -* Carranza Also Agrees to legation announces that Japanese morning under most favorable conditions -

upoDitefiaal_phase., .; This. is theapiaion.of fied to speak on school' matters. A National Rifle Shoot at Not Seek Office' troops, after fighting on Saturdayand for a successful school year.A .

,everyjnilitary critic.: new $50,000 building, was used, forthe Blackpoint Sunday, occupied position with- total of seven hundred and twentyfive -
; ?.That . ,
the new building was planned it.was Two members of the Orlando,rifles, Washington, Sept. 28.-(Special.) and it is predicted that before the
ive victory,for the'allies, is generally Tau, the seat of government of Kiau
=: State school closes than
4 thought sufficient to care for the Corporal W. M. ,McCallum and Cor Special Department Agent II year more one
coaceded.Thb.tyevity Carothers the Chau, the German leased possession thousand will have been enrolled
today to
growth of the school. for several poral Perry'Taylor, qualified in the China.
;> 'of all official. coramunicatjoaa years'to.eome, but the indications are state department assurances from I in The high school building is already
: preliminary test at Blackpoint last
A German report undated but evidently -
Villa that.he will not be candidate overcrowded, though the registrationwill
: during ',the pasttwelve that,with.the continued rapid growthof a
week for membership on the state I having to do with the same en-
for, of doubtless be increased from
vice-president president j by
i: the city this new building will be or
hours has aroused ,unus- ' rifle team which will in the that the Germans
compete gagement retired -
full to capacity by the end of the Mexico. Carranza has formally de- says one to two hundred within the next
,ual, interest. The omission :of school national shoot at the same place b e-' clared that he will not seek office if only from their outpost posi three or four weeks, many summer ,
: Inentkm. year., ginning October 6th., tions, falling back on the first line defenses -
of except
any ,\ With 725 pupils enrolled on. the Villa would agree to abandon what vacationists not having returned in
between.Atee. 'and.. Argonne,J first:.day'and an; increase to at least Only three members the Second everpresidential aspirations he might ',of the city.A 'time for the opening of school, and
; ..gives ,lithe.' impression" that most one, thousand during the year fore- regiment made the team. of fifteen, have, and if all other leaders. < : : and two of the three are from the Orlando from Tsinan, capital of Shantung
should be eliminated first from various
; eventf are transpiring casted by Prof,Coleman, it is easy revolution as day causes.
important company. The.scores made by province, which probably came from
rulers of Mexico. showed
possible Yesterday's registration
to see ,that 275 more pupils, will fill
at other;vital points; and the fifteen successful marksmen were Tsingtau in the Kiau Chau territoryby
> the new building, while the old build- Villa's declaration, ,consequently, is 235 grammar school and 210 high
also: -that new: movements of ingisa1readyfull. as follows: f{taken: here as meaning .a peaceful wireless telegraphy, conforms school pupils enrolled at the high

f 'strategic significance,are. under i From the standpoint of the growthof Sergt W. C.. Cawthon, Company K, ending to' the rupture between him closely to the report given out at the school building, making a total enroll

\Ltlt 'this city indicated by',this condition First. infantry, DeFuniak Springs,' 'and the "first chief" s'at hand. The :Japanese legation. ment there of 445-slightly more
way.jl '
'White official state ,' it is most' gratifying, but\ theneeess&rJ 955.Sergt f, formal retirement of Carranza and I The German dispatch relates that than the building can comfortably
; today's '
:: ; A. N. '''Dow, CompanY'' D, the German outposts after several '
,expenditure' for another the;:,assumption of the. office of provisional accommodate. The enrollment of
f':mentserapfeisiaed'1 .the.' fact' that. building' will not be so gratifying, First infantry, Jacksonville, 910. president by Fernando Igle- :encounters with the enemy retired to grammar school pupils at the new
':" 'the'general'' situation. is 'unchanged .. though Orlando has always been generous Second Lieut.; S. B. Kitchen, Com : sine Calderon is'now expected soon.Zapat' I the first line defense beyond the vil- : grammar school building was 280( ,

::1 / they :-added',,the,vital providing for its school ,It pang E. First infantry, Jacksonville, pages'of' Tsangkow and Litsun. and there is still room there for more

.:, :inf oniitioo that. at. no'point had is hardly likely that any steps :will 896. ; Protested Against Evacuation apparent that the German than 100 more pupils. It is evident
.. .
.. Capt. A. 'H. ;Perkins, Company G,, lines follow the highlands and are
., be immediately taken in reference to ; of Vera Cruz that the dividing line will have to be
.: [the German ;attacks, continued. First infantry St'.Augustine,.890. avoiding the lowlands bordering on
: .1 I 28. moved further south from Pine street,
: : anew. building, but_if the growth of w ;hington Sept., -(Special.)
Lnow.fiir'tbree.-days;.;>maieanygain. Private Jasper Miller Company G, Kiau Chan bay.
; Orlando continues for. another, : r- secret back of General Fun- and extremely probable that Church
.'I JThe.tticfecaof-the opposing as'it,has, during the.j' st 'twelvemonthsTan year ,FirStinfantry, St. Augustine, 872. MonM>pt'iMon to the evacuation of An earlier dispatch from Tokio street will be made the- permanent
r 4 :'general Btaffvw II riBb1f overcrowded. condition: will Private R. B., Wolfe: ; Company'G; y
'the.vrlports ,foom:the froat':to_ again. have to:be' met 'when school First infantry, St Augustine, 867. I war. department announced' that cessful engagement with the Germanson There was no. formal opening ex-
Sergt Max Atlas, ,E, the outskirts of Tsingtau. 4
a hence. Zapata had protested against the delivery ercises for the grammar school
day reniainlutced. opens year
:,. ,\ First infantry, Jacksonville, 864. I
j of Vera Cruz to Carranza on grades in either building yesterday.
,Frafiic. 'blowsT. ..... !delivered'by. .' Private C. G. Wakley Jr., Company ,the ground that he does not recognize morning- the pupils merely going to-
'the'.Gnu at :first.,one:, point WWTSGRfATI G, First infantry, St. Augustine, 851. Carranza or his government VillA SAYS CARRANZA .their rooms and after enrollment and

:and :then another'' on the, line Sergt:M. T.Masters, Jr., Company i. Confidential information in the instructions as to the procuring of

': {from theer'.Ai" : n&'to;.the- Ar- B, First infantry, Jacksonville, 834. 'hands of the war department, and not MUST STEP DOWN books being assigned lessons for to '
s gonnefforest aimed' to piercesthe.FrencLfroat 11TORY() OmlGERMANS Sergt. H. Schulenberg, Company A, made public, received from General day. In the high school auditorium,
: ,. ,
> First infantry, Jacksonville, 827. 'I
I Funston added to the gravity of the appropriate opening exercises were
and thus relievetht Corporal W. M. McCallum, Com- situation. Zapata's protest is also : BELIEVED CARRANZA WILL I conducted for the high school pupils,

r l' . .harassed. 'German. '. 'right' TELLS OF SEVERAL ENGAGEMENTS pany C, Second infantry, Orlando, regarded as serious by the state department in which Dr. Edward T Poulson,

_,5?. wing;from jtsperil: ,.:Has. failed. FAVORABLETO 817. as it indicated that if Gen- ACCEDE TO HIS Prof. J. W. Simmons, Chairman C. E.

.' ;The' allies'continue 1 the 'enveloping RUSSIANS. Private W. J. Bradley, Company C, eral Funston left Vera Cruz Zapata I I. DEMANDS. ___ Howard, of the trustees, and Super-
movement' against t' 'Generalauk's ,First infantry, Tallahassee, 805. would swoop down and take posses- i intendent McKinnon made interesting a
Sergt. J. C. ,Boyer, Company F, I I Villa Will Be Satisfied Only
Germans in Retreat From Prze- sion of the city. and appropriate addresses, en-
r Van'frontndWhile slowly bending First infantry, Jacksonville, 787. When "First Chief" Relin-
mysl Reported.as Abandoning The situation created by Zapata'sprotest deavoring to impress upon the students -
: .no:pronouncedsuccessisclaiuledevery Corporal Perry Taylor, Company C, is now regarded as ended andit quishes All Official the importance of the work

.indication Artillery and Automobile Second infantry, Orlando, 777. is expected that Carranza, withina Position they were: undertaking and its bear

t' is'that all possible, :progress ,TransportsPetrograd Private J. E. Crook, Company G, few days, will either abdicate or be ing upon their future success in life.
-' Second,infantry,. St. Petersburg, 763. overthrown, and that Villa's ''forces The trustees and faculty have
;..haa .resulted.Fighting.. .: Russia, Sept 28.The Twelve the fifteen' Washington, Sept. 28.-News of:
men from
" -\ will assume control of Vera Cruz. At worked hard to start the school off
.has occurred. ..,within General Villa's definite demand that
c < following, official, communication ,has the First infantry. These men fired present Zapata is working in har- efficiently and properly organized for tithe
:: .four i esroaf7Antwerp, accordIng been received from the staff of Grand the prescribed course, 300, 500, 600, mony with Villa, and no danger is, ap- General Carranza resign from the su- work, and that they have succeeded -

:--- ; to :Amsterdam 'dispatches, Duke 'Nicholas, field commander in 800 and 1,000 yards slow fire and 200 prehended at Vera: Cruz as long as preme command of the constitutionalist so well in spite of the obstacles

xThe ,Belgian outposts 'won' in a i chief: of the Russian forces: and 300 yards rapid fire: three times. this situation exists. army and give way to Iglesias which they have encountered is cause

a: ;clash ,_at Svhocten ,four miles ) I Major Fred Yerkes is the team captain It was admitted today by the navy Calderon, who is now at El Paso, for commendation for them and con-
i An ,engagement near Sopotskin,
on I and coach and will have chargeof department that the warships now in Texas, and that the matter of arrang- gratulation to the citizens of Orlando.
a -east theew: capital. the,Niemen river in Russian Poland
the marksmen during the matches,
\ '} Mexican waters will remain and additional ing for ,the national election be Prof. Coleman was overloaded yes-
h- Japs. :Report Saccess'in E gage.t. and.,Druseniki came to an end with as well ,as during the period of practice ships ordered to Vera Cruz are pressed, comes from Chihuahua, Mex- terday with the great number of complaints i
i the retreat of the Germans.
I: ... anticipation of the big shoot, for reinforcements. ico. Villa did not mince words in his from patrons dissatisfied with
i .
: "The. ,enemy has approached Ossowetz as ,the marksmen will remain the ''
on Various reports emanating from message to the constitutionalist first Pine street as the division line for
1. r''London., .' ;,Sept.. 28.--(.Special, ). { and has begun the bombardmentof range now until the matches open Mexico City are current today that a chief," whose leadership he has defi grammar school pupils, many now en-
t :;.".:The. official. press bureau to-; the fortress. October 6th. '
.. compromise might be reached be- nitely rejected. He declares that he tered at the new grammar school
,'t Bight announced that ,a' communication "In Galicia we have occupied Dembica.on.the twee Carranza and Villa. These are will never submit to Carranza's being building claiming that their children
: ', from the' military' railroad, sixty-five miles THE WEATHER not borne out by official dispatches, head of the Mexican republic. have too far to walk to the school,
> east of Cracow and between Rzeszow
> attache;\ r the Japanese: embassy and Tarnow.- ,. which indicate that Villa is deter- Villa's message to the Carranza but there is no remedy for this, the
stated that the'after: Florida:, Showers Tuesday and mined to carry out his announced supporters, given out at Chihuahua high school building being already
on MA, column of the
; enemyis Wednesday. i plan to crush Carranza.Orlando yesterday, reads:. overcrowded while the new buildingstill
,noon of September 26th;the Japanese retreating from Przemysl in the "I lament the circumstances which has room to spare. In many instances -

troops, attacked, the enemy direction of Sanok, thirty-eight miles have brought about grave danger but the complaints are not well
souhwest of Jaroslau. In their flight Teachers Ask
occupying 'the' dpoSition' Square sincerely protest that my sole ambi- founded, some of the complaints com-

between ,.the. rivers J'ai- they' abandoned. artillery and automobile tion will be to arrange existing diffi- ing from parents that live equallynear
transports."At Deal of culties without shedding blood, if pos- both buildings. As the school '-
sha, anti( After a slight Coloujok we defeated a detach- County Superintendent
sible. I emphatically state, however, progresses it is already dear that the
.engagement the;enemy was put ment of the enemy and captured kisartillery .
iV I that the only move which can bring division line will have to be moved
to {flight. ,On the following day and many prisoners. Con- To ,the, County about cessation of hostilities on my further south and this may have to

{ .the Japanese occupied! position tinuing" the pursuit. we entered Hungary Orange County: part is that Venustiano Carranza de- be done at once, if the anticipated increase -

along the rteht bank of.the Lit.. . As the faculty liver supreme command to Fernando in enrollment follows imme- '\
school of Orlando, Iglesias Calderon, so that, in the diately.
,sun, >seven ,miles northeast off AUSTRIA. ,PREPARES POLA FOR tion to the ;
\ shortest possible time, elections may
: ,!sing l ;, A 'Renter> telegram :DEFENSE, In the summer be called. At the same time I declare PRINCE BURHAN-ED-DIN SUCCEEDS -

;& from Tokio said ',the',Japanese contracts with the that'I shall not accept Carranzaas "BILL" WIED AS

f :had!,hemmed in .the ,Germans Rome, Italy, via Paris. Sept. 28.- board of public i president .or vice-president or con- KING OF ALBANIA
: within five ;.miles' ot'Tsingtau. The correspondent of the Giornale the"Orlando' school : stitutionalist chief of the republic. I
Three warships 'bombarded the D'Italia, who has,:entered Pola,.:the tion of said! board .shall prove the rectitude of my intentions London, Sept. 28.-A dispatch to
great naval port and arsenal of Austria we have'.fulfiCid.to and the disinterestednesswhich the Central News from Rome says
.Japanese.' right wing .until, as ,reports that. all' ''the" -woods around' ability.:- I|| l animates the forces of that iiI that a message received there from
Japanese matte.created a.di- the harbor have been cut and- burned; On'Septmnbaf: ; fi'I I vision. Later the world will realize Durrazzo, Albania, announces that

version.. . . country howes\and,villas have'::been which :school: I where rests true disinterestednessand the Albanian senate has elected
l painted'gray and entrenchments"have' cewty_educational, abortive ambitions." Prince Burhan-Ed.Din, son of former

WHITMAN. .. '_THE WINNEjIN NEW been';dug.aad. .traps have- :been- kidThe . ME- acACaLin' its ; Carranza Will Withdraw Sultan Abdul Hamid prince of Alba i
JT .. ''TOU' everyxhere. :; After, mature.. :; Developments in the Mexican situation nia, in succession to Prince Williamof

,::...:;., ., 'trooPs- -.,ce' l.itered t-.... "',-at' '.Pok. -., says, atracto* us:to tirife especially the outcome of con- Wied, who left his kingdom several
.. *New; York,-:Sept' 28SfckLBeWns )- the correepondea :tetala'.,.> ,,'A tm-:;groap ,'_.to : ferences between representatives of days ago and"subsequentIyrenouneed

.' ,at ffiidai 'k'tfc'. : Bepabliean .. fieet 7 ,.is.'"aafleB&ed:: .. ttat.. .' ."!J f:..'.".. '. lths B TMB|| Carranza and Villa were awaited with I I his throne, retiring toSwitzerland..
r ; .' gubernatorial; 'priaary.eI eedothaw I , :. 4.. -, '".''.. tasu. ,Tfcfa .e did interest today. The prevailing opinion The correspondent adds that Eased
., ; that. .\ Whitman.is. baft*; Hedges' :Purchase}yw' sdwoJ books miactool xe eatr lath : : : in the Latin-American colony was I Pasha has arrived at Dibra and declares

,;,; and- ''''Htaaan' ,...... by., .;'a vote,"t '' of**Marly'One. *,. _';!_ .T :'saHitft. ::tltif.' .' w" *. .. ,. '- }" that Carranza would, withdraw andfurther 1 1 I his intention. ; proceeding to
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noon e AMUSE:THE J put:\on: 'hi*,'head, and With his rifle But the moment they hear of German !pable of the same sober judgment NEW CANCER REMEDY If want
'' : you quick returns from-advertising
:* Jecked ,and ,pointed at the German! barbarities' : -
C inflamed
? ; & they and facts and thathe picture
& .. we.now Removes I cancers, tumors of all at moderate cost, patronizethe
t ':'' ; off ss '.r -'.J;#?. e,":Maeoeglt-tbe'im*.' am1dt i' pray for a chance to avenge"them., give.of, they,German we gave_just as kinds. ,No money mtil you are- t- columns of the Sentinel.
(' -aNt t+ IWi :.w ;' 1 ofiPPt 'add '. isfied. Dr. C., W. Hairs, 4-7 Warren You
r '. . -> 1' an to F.- "Onecan;; imagine just the same readily in the past of the ,French and place
E ", ; can wants before
-- ,it'*e Inter. liU', -New. )lamer 'from the,.l soldiersywhothe kind of, thing in the German lines the Russian, and they'of us. The picture Bldgn 9 13.14t Lafayette street, Tampa, Fla. people in Orlando your and 8,000
e f' numberless
't ;:n...) ,,, 'J fi i iaaiehed: ':strange: :,proceseien.JNormaa with the German bourgeois soldiers is now and ;always ,that, of the other readers of the
I in
;:Park, !s.pt.K:' :-Tu Fresh,':di Angell, the world's peace justas ferocious and just as kindly. 'man of war.'" KEEP AHEADOf paper adjoin
ing territory.If
.!BrRitaeldier: ;,'.of;tfee alien'-armies' ] ropagan&st ',of .London, has been And if both could only discard their your neighbor by reading the

,arer.speaking;,in ,high praise ,of 'the )icre in France, where he has been uniforms there would be as little pos- UNEMPLOYMENT DECREASES IN I Sentinel ,every morning and getting want bicycle
,courage1, MoWn ,by the Turcoman shut off from the outside world in a sibility of their disemboweling one ENGLAND I;all the news first hurry you take it your to Warman's I fixed ina
'(Africani),'troops brought :from Al'giefs snail village on the western'borders. another as of the good village folks I Repair
Washington, Sept. 26.-The follow-
--t II;o sid, the *,Preach.-. Bat'' the o Df, his;experiences, he""said:' murdering their:own children. Many i ing cablegram was received by the I .Ge the news in the SAtlnel1irst. 12-5-tf.

f' '}ch'nefwitlei/ f'th Tiircofl<', ia.tiff that" $*j. "Soidwrs i ,,:,soldiers everywhere. It such cruzy: stories ,as, those cited i British embassy today from the London -
Sue;ftie; fiHkifee ,wMiers 'sink lke P, ,pas"! impossible' to get away from came 'from the English camp, too,. ,foreign office:
4 ,. them!in;'*roars" of .laughter:by..their t t'a ;them. I was living' cheek by 'jowl strange as it may appear." "In view of the admissions which &J".pn.$1T I
; ;ti i.t' :Ifli Pd't ,soldia tto' ,with them, occasionally sharing their Here is his conclusion: "Here is have appeared; in the German
: pressas
laugbThe: ::,pares p gri. lypQuti .I femelle,;sitting round ,the camp fires the worst, the real horror of war. to the unemployment caused
lroue':: ;: th'.J|swreffpkased :: !moV'discusjsing: the war and Clitics; Our picture of, the German and the stoppage of'German exports and imports School BooKs and
f ',u/c 1a ren"when they'succeed fhe _contrast between. England and German picture: :of the' allies shouldbe owing to command of sea exer- Supplies

.iii maiing'Aeir. 'Cothnental'U- Fiance as regards the situation isstriking. in so.l. rge apart a true picture. cised by British fleet, it: is of interestto
sociates kagh.Oae .. ; .. .Here_the wards; ,in ttie.piciic That these hundreds of millions, state that unemployment statistics Will be, ,our principal business for the next
'I.,o/l tte._woonded,l.i.1-.r"1-ted' stage, but'inj'France.there is'not humane I
so so kindly,' capable of. fox:'the United Kingdom for the last week or two. Our trade in this department
the magnificent;.way-iij? which these I i family:that.has not:suffered priva- judging sanely should by war be three weeks show steady decrease of '
daring.Africanders threw'themselves t ion:tub'or loss,of a i!bermost1y turned into something inhuman inca- extends from Tangerine to Lake Foinsetta
r ; upon.Ae.crock f rps of the;Prussian he; v bread' winr\er. The, checks of unemployed. and
Orange Center to Lake Pickett. We
Itefilly reckless wiat.8fa ,wealthy. :; persons remain uncashedt' . ;
iBlCht)'l befall "themselves::*' ',Tl 1oU hY f Some'one goes" 'to /Paris'' with the inlentidn' furnish every school book used in any school
beaten backatfistTy sheer fore of t; of returning home''the next I
' n 'they'gillithTurcos ,'madea lay, and is just'swallowed! up. Aweek in the county, and any furnishing from a

'!I iin!the,ranks o snore passes and -nothing,is heard of slate pencil to seats desks and musical in-
than'one of the hated Kaiser's, crack, J urn." Weare; toldthat'the'train:service -
J"of" 10" "Ofi'". !fI' .Uii -' ,t' struments. We for school
are headquarters
r ;iegiaaent& i 'is\fatil excellent, which' means
An.,Engiiili,'private;'who'is;among hat a''four:hours 'journey is' acCom)1ished' supplies.
'* l *' C
a ; the(;wounded:here,..aays: : I with luck in 16 or 20 hours."
t :"We. Ijaarched !with', our African Angell recited ''with. much amusement 1 A Longer Season For W. S. BRANCH :
ebarades 'the Prussian of the ,
against : guard. some ,rumors current
p We advanced:in abort spurts against laily. "For instance," he said, "if the Florida Fruits
1 \the;,hamming of countless ..bullets, rain; service stops at the chief town ," The Arcade Book and Music Store

njfflg every avaikbte bit of coyer-we: (>f'your;department it immediately Heretofore Florida,fruits have had too short a season.- The I
P '\ could d. I,:couldnt 'say how long concluded: ,, that the town has been fine prices usually secured for late oranges and grapefruit couldbe
'the action lasted; :All. ,remeinber is seized.by the Germans and bas-been Had on a much larger volume of fruit than the State now
) that we;,fired :our,'last shots ,within ,wiped out.. ,markets and for a longer period.BuckeyeNurseriesliaveurged .
fifty,yards ,of the enemy. '"Your local paper tells you quite the planting of Iatevarietiesfor, THE OLD RELIABLE

"Meo it'was ,the, pitiless thrust of I seriously; that the 'Russians have entered many years. Many of the most prosperous growers of the State
the cold ,steel' :It would have :given ; ,Berlin! and that Potsdam palaceIs owe their success to this advice. The best late oranges and DANN'S TRANSFER.
I 'us victory for.;.however intrepid andsteady i in,ruins. ,Then you get, dark hints grapefruit were introduced by Buckeye Nurseries.
the,: troops we 'fight against t that whole'French: regiments,are demoralized "
s may be;:there &re'J soldiers in theWorld o an :'dthat officers and men Buckeye Nurseries Catalog Dr. B. D. WIENANGA, Prop.

able: to:stand, up against. the lave been executed by scores with a

IJ j ,Tttrcoswith. ,, "the bayonet" distinguished' general thrown, in. TeUs What to Plant Livery Draying and Hauling
A' '.wounded French soldier tells _"German spies, are arrested every- ; ,
,\ w'a.Toreo 'ireated-a.haugbti"captain ,where. Advertisements 'are being ""Also if gives suggestions for selecting location of grove and on every other
; -phase otdtrus fruit culture. It is complete guide to success and all its I
of the German guardS'whom he J ruthlessly pulled down by the town
; tried in the of successful
: advice has been out experience : growers.
g '4jad:captared ,single handed and was: (>fficials on the ground that they contain Varieties are described in detail many of them are illustrated in natural I WE GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
+"te&ding":a prisoner,.into the French t tJin ; some subtle form:of German es-r colors. .Some of the best groves of the State are pictured to show proper

.,' The 'arrogant Prussian officer; )pionage.. , 1 methods of planting;cultivation,fertilization,spraying,marketing etc.
'1 Too expensive to permit of indiscriminate: distribution,the book is free to
in 'the cities
by Children dying
be ordered about are
t 'UBaccustomed,to
$ all intending planters..You will be welcome to a copy if you wnte for it AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
privates, cursed, and. 'swore.'like ,a j jo for want of milk, which is being itvhile we have ft supply on hand-edition is limited. ,
trooper'at'tic',gallant Algerian.,The ]poured.into the ,street in bucltetsfUu,
litter made:fihort shift:of his impu j because the Germans 'have poisoned BUCKEYE BANK NURSERIES BUILDING I Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
t! dence. :-Pointing his Lebel rifle at'theGerman's ]it.[ 103 CITIZENS
,head. he calmly made 'him Tet the, soldiers with whom, you % HORSES FOR, SALE ,
lift from his' (the Turco's shoulders ]hobnob are,models of good :humor and
c his'heavy,knapsack.and the whole'of kindliness. ,Sometimes they are the '
'Phone 257. Orlando
equipment and carry them into most unmilitary of militaires, good, BuckeyeTreesBear Florida

camp.:To'complete,the noble guards honest bourgeois, running to fat anda
man's discomfiture ,he stuck''a' sauce- ,partiality for sleep after meals.
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: We arc the .exclusive. , Agents of all propositions advertised in this space, which will be changed every

: t :: wed:., Purchasers can, buy through their own Broker, and all Real Estate men can sell them and arrange

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


'i" Lot 60x150' in the

t ;j BestLcation A Modern Seven

.Orang.e: Grove

s On very easy terms, 'at a price that not only compares Room House

d .t favorably with other lots, but-will prove to be a rare,barLocated -

:. ; lithe CityLimits. About S acres planted in 116 gain. Will pay to buy this lot on speculation. Remem
+ And large Bath Room. Four of the rooms located on
'/ Grapefruit dad about 200- bearing Orange'Tall bud.ber cash is no object with the owner, therefore the most '

: terms granted. ground floor, with Verandas on east, west and north;
: : I ded., One acre"of Garden Land, sear lake; a good 6roomliberal '
three Bedrooms and Sleeping Porch and large Bath Room
J :'Howe. .This'Grove is IB ceadition,to,enable purchaser, '
"' latest and all
a r on second floor; modern improvements
aet-eaiy to'make a good living, but to increase his bank "
> through the house. .Garage with underground tank on
5 Acres Good
j::, ,fLCCdwt'. ._de bly. Doa't miss this one ota few rare premises. Size of Lot 71x150, located in a very desirable

; ,enertwities to,get independent Will advance money
: 'and fashionable district. .Price and terms will compare

\:to parchaser if agreeable. LandIn with residence
_, _. favorably any proposition in the market.
of ,
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; ','". ::, ,::;.: :: :, , : the'Lake Conway District. 3ft miles from City Hall,

4; : + T ": , T. ..? at a reasonable price. It will pay to bay it on speculation. '

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'.{..t'tts st.T&;; \ -atllreMt3tD.soJ fool[ s.vMIV In Boston, a while ago a state official

Th.'. 2 ","1 p! : of the quizzed the people who sell goodsto GRANDTODAY
:. PWI'.ii'Ja.tia after every ANVdWODJ3TOSW learn if other folks were paying
.' --]of: : are more peo I : 'WNOIJLVN( their bills, and found that 1,183

nbtri and _itt : : States. than.; tradesmen were carrying on their
-'during( &q pa][eqlnoslq lna books more than a million dollars of

de@ axon|prs } : in Europe "N... G." accounts.
,The new3papers::' : ; certainly be 8)033 OX pOOJ One Bostonian in every ten was revealed -
_;gratification ,'aa.er ;: from.,the war. q8uass 18uoHvUou to be a chronic "deadbeat"That
'Trie'Jtiuivui!, "'. : ro, pe.- .uoH hod o; is, he refused to pay or to makean
,'Plate ,meat*," aw;- States can 'pa 3B 3 *sualpas2uc effort to pay for value received. "
(and.now: .,may be n than sang atp jo opeplSU3)IOYI3;>> There is no reason to believe that "A String of Pearls

good, .as EngMab d is people the human nature in Boston is ,

." 'fit- 1 successfully unique; we dare say there's some of Featuring Helen Holmes in a Kalem
; the same brand right here.
:Considerable', Germans, the ',NVHVcJOPUB And it's another treason why the two part special feature. It's good.

:" fealed dozing:1913 for they old ,Cost of Living perches hightheman
g ment of the. have been sua3 Otsauulp who pays his bills has to carry
pare.i'siteated" J They. eat fnoa the man who can't or won't.

;,peltof,the -Ipu.DI joj ajBudoaddBJOABQ It's not so bad helping to carry the "Slippery Slim Diplomat "
: :extending from ; of Florida is jnjjqSipp B ipiM man who can't-that's Christianity.But ,
..the,"provinces of, be one of the -japna; 'UQ1 'puno the other thing is-well, quite An
t' Essanay comedy featuring that
; 'The two principal Those the contrary. ,
tiet maintained *' ; reap the ben III3IJ8 poaa'qa There are more ways of being pa- ever funny "Slippery Slim of Snakeville."
,,eni'devetopment; make value.I triotic than by shouldering a rifle.
i t '- in the One way is to pay what:you oweifyou
'4f;; Cook. :Be: people, is S can; but if you can't to pay as
.Geranium;oil is 500,000 people .qw jj PUB reap'dsuoApoq much as you can as soon as you can. 'The Cook Next Door "
,.fame. 'similar to foot or more. aq qSI.snoapav Many folks who run into debt do so ,
1S"1 ; asu;>>
111 ld"a1nddu "
,:sive J than attar The more heedlessly. They owe it to society
',only*a 'limited in a neigh- aqi 3dulty now of all times to think before they A Lubin comedy. A laugh from

have.been 'affected the value of :;InDIRpOOufl plunge. start to finish.
.and$especially by Thrift is today a public duty.-

.artificial perfumes.. : v many new Cleveland Press. A Well Balanced Program
of geranium ; Europe, but
:yearn tends,'to; the North REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY H.
sale, ';of cheaper. :; calls to C. McDANIEL '-

'continue to be a' ; Twenty acres on Lake Gatlin, Keep your eye on that
It.would appear about 18 planted to oranges and
:rosat" of southern PAY INTER- grape fruit trees 5 years old, fully
:'Algeria could also 1,000 boxes now on trees. If you desire ORCHESTRA5c
;ern Ca ifon ia. If i t this property will be divided
'be attempted it is Sept. 26.- giving two fine building sites with
experiment be & states that Lake Gatlin in front overlookingthree
,Qbjeet'to'siveN' is considering other lakes. Price for 20 acres
| plant 'is very-: of the $12,000 or $6,000 for half. Nothing lOc
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;-J due Oc- better in Florida. Owner has re-
High : and Eng- peatedly refused to sell, but on' account 1
': The price at it is said, of sickness he is unable to come

[was;sold,hue ,( ; regarding to Florida to live as he intended.
1 nr of,:1912[and ; : in Austria, it c Two 3 acre tracts overlooking Or- FRIDAY

present, iI'Stated will decide lando-fine lake view good neighborhood 1

ffaUons.. good land and splendid for "
"The of the
Valley Moon
l' siatic 'cholera surburban homes. Price $1,000 each. ,
BIB in Vi $2,000.

:Ole of thnmost. : of a wounded completed-built for comfort and convenience By Jack London. The story that made

I concerns,engaged : The pa- -large lot, stone garage
I of,strocturai iron and it is re 10 acres all cleared, north Side the Cosmopolitan famous. A Paramount
(railway 'car car is There Lake Ivanhoe overlooks Orlando Picture.

JThe.compan>> :! whi of dysen- E splendid Hand and a fine home site
|La Brogeoist:, The stucco cottage on Cathcart St. "
t,000,000! at Sara- II- one block north of Eola Park just
n.. This c has forbidden beautiful1.'.? situated and will be sold '

.>,,a-.wide range, ; to and, from for $6,0s good-terms 9-11-lm j
1..rail"i,. and L'L passports.
peed'to.frazil LAUNDRY
Spain: ,',. British. _In ;
nSen;a,, Your general laundry work, French "
", '4. : be amend- Business ,men are ,making 10,000- ap
; Satisfaction and service
pound shipments by parcels t now. preciated. Hammond
: t ,'DowJ the ignored. po guaranteed. Open September 28th., Gore r
t .,Tke 'calf tion Bags weighing fifty pounds each an Phone 654. Reel's Steam Laundry,
'ufaeture' of any more used and this is found to be the for whites only. 9.25-tf 0

products'contonw t Sherman de cheapest means of transportationPity FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBAlMERS.
uatiies of! : : the mail carrier. Read the Sentinel want ads. 3

price*A received. (ll REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

ere of th"I no terrors 'MeatMMIMIIMMIItMMItllttMIMIIIIIMIItiMMOMest. --, -

'{: t'favorabU'1't, ".- -' ., !'"' for' been thrifty I lU S COLLEGE[ [, Winter Pa&J. OUR COMPARE FURNITUREWe

|,,The )[. ( be defended

.'. :. ,-' 'N l3f must be made College aid lest Beautiil Grtmads IB Florida provide the quality of furniture that has long
: be. been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
led t.,?to iheir. College, Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Arte, Do standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
d. of cotton:; at the ex- ,mestic and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Coarse. It wouldn't here were otherwise. We can't make
:auto help to' and consumer Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof

..{'coUon. Vhis'r in this coun fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dollar this business, and that means much to any buyer.

. g cottons ,endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ,
les of cottojx.jTheyJwfll c'{. a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new, gl
| t, a plentiful rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New McNEM & DAVIS BLOCK,

.' Xgood; }f \ banks of the ,chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every Cor.0rage Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.
ose'.than'any wildcat spec- modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water.
:Thus; conditions Preparation for engineering course. J

!! ;Europti Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, .
;,the 'American consistenely Christian but undenominational; expenses moderate.

.:,business.) .- tliat no entangling Scholarships available.! For catalogue address
find is,then:; and takes no
:' be benefityd affairs of WILUAM FREMONT BLACKMAN,

.road,5temp,;: hemisphere.

varsity' :.. Ph D, LL. D. President,

.Lin thegt: matter how tl'r'tr t- t . . . "MIMMMMIMMfliMWHERE
e,ultimate b station in life,
-,uirlea.:--.Fl eliminating j 11
\ J.1 injustice. from SHALL GO TO SCHOOL?
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want the :.....

,,The',- .robbing. like charity FOR WOMEN Cj: GAINESVILLE I BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS '

,emus'a'ies' ; CoDefe of Arts and science;Normal School:
: School of ,Music: School of ExpreBsiea; Effective from August 1, 1914 to August }
>:nost iuL School of Art: Extension Division; Gradual 8 College and Divisions; Liberal Art: and against any reduction -
Loch adverse t I[ School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teacher 1,1915
I pool: basket ball and tennis eourtanew and College Experiment StationExtension Di. during that time:
Jacksonviue''s modern bofldmji: beautiful campus: dormi- vision; Graduate School Tea new brick bofld- ,
'that jt- is t& NG SCALP tories hare all modern conveniences! ; new ings besides gymnasium swimming pool and
. dining room and kitchen most hygienic in many subsidiary buildings. 61 officer, instructors Touring Car - $555.00
1"negro : Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 cwnties and assistants. 8&4 young men
and 12 state last session. 41 Florida eonntios and U State and 505.00
.i-other ih You Use Par- TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last session. Runabout -
i' nditi)1 Your Hair School Board and entrance fees for the TUITION FREE. Board and_ Entrance Fees, F. 0. B. Orlando. AO can folly plpp<4.
year $124.00. For catalogue write S1S160 per year. Write today for catalogue
:remedied. \: : EDWARD CONRADL President. A. A. MUBPHBEE PresidentMlllltieBSilMHIIMHilMMIIHItllMIIIIIIIIIIM
:' : : &geascien- Farther, we will b* aW ta obtain the lIIuavm effldeneyla
at to openj[ : *ir factory production and the mialmam nit la oar
i be I supplies every purchasing and sales department if w. reach aa out.t of
: -can be had at 500,00an between the abort dates.
'.are ; from McElroy's And ikonld we reach this production, 'We'al1'" to pay u
lance' .' enacts.e :needless to the buyer-a ahare from |4I tit $69 per car (on or about
". to:separate stringy or CONWAYNURSERIES[ 6 AurutUSU) t. every retell 1J14 buyer and who A.rut.1.punhaee"IS.a new,
: 'bL..i f 1time how unsightly ... Ford ear between
these low prices and prent-
further particulars regarding
it is falling or For
If no Parisian Sage;is GROWERS AND DEALERS IN: ,aJiariq plan, see :
a time'.for .
Every trace of
-Dixie., .' I with,are one nourished, appli- All Leading Varieties of Citrus_ TreesR. Phone 226 .

\\The, country' hair new hair T. PEEL, Proprietor.
i secretary. :
fluffy, abun- _. Local Salesman ..
splefuds ;; : life and beauty. 4, ., 1 \ "
onnooa. .,..crops, : + ;one,of:the Glen St. Mary Nurseries .,' : #,>. REAL, ESTATE-' I .. ,
;; ; refreshing hair Box.,11, ,R. .F..D. No, 1. Ork 4o; Florida.
4.to : easily, ,used at ,, ,- : 'i:.; ,. ,.."'"
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-.f.,: ''t., ',Suft 1( 'f...mrto I.wr.:SeitiidHtor.. .L'-t'.r ASSURING.' e;,;..-" .- NEWS-- '. .. .' CoL H. Beauchamp. -, who has a fine For sale at SIDEBOARDS once. Large sized.- Good "

!,t; j :. '-4 .,.. ,:: ; Washington, Sept 28.-The. ishembassy grove near this city and has resided condition Telephone 370. 929tfSMART
[ OnerlBt
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J l--J .I t has received: a dispatch(from here for a number of years, but who

1' ,) nd at ire:vwtofin at J Orlando. FlorIda. t!e'foreign 'office at London
-.. u .Second. Out' ,Ma. ,Matter.;..r4 early today saying: services to Lord Kitchener,was injured i wanted at'.,onte., Dickson-Ives Co., :

-fi DaD7. 1 ,Year ............ $LOO counter attacks on the, British front short time ago. The London Daily TWO COWS for sale, one of them
DaD,, I Month-.. 2.60 back with Mail of September 19th contains the
DaD1. i'Month{ ...........'.......... : UJ have been, beaten heavy has a young calf with her. Both
G. .u7.:1: Month .. .. ',Jt losses to the enemy." following relative to his injury: Jerseys. W. A. Branner, Maitland,
f French received "SIR H. BEAUCHAMP INJURED Fla. 9-29-4t
The embassy today
Weekl,; 1 Year .. .. $LOO
F Weekly, t.)(.onth4..u.:!: -.H.\.:.''!.... ,.75 the following dispatch from the foreign While motoring to London on .his ,
;i office' at Bordeaux recall to the army Sir Horace Beau- WANTED TO BUY chickens, laying ,
: hens. Phone 446, or call on' Mrs.
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE. INTO "The, Austrians in the south ofPrseguysl champ, late colonel of the 20th Hus- I
'ADYANa cz ;.: . W. L Burnett, 4th floor, room 10,
't fs i. t continue: their retreat to- sars, collided with a farm cart at Yowell-Duckworth Bldg. 929.3t

s } '" ADVB2T1SEES: ward the,west Mountnessing, Essex. He was struck ; -
by the shaft and knocked into the WANTED TO EXCHANGE a large
"East Prussia: The-attempts othe'
:Ogre f.r;iigli' aid aT ta r ksad-Mf Shetland for horse.Reel's .
.ertI.IIq nut .. kudcd ta at tfe kuineMf Germans to assume the offensiveto back of the car. He, was taken to pony a larger
. Steam Laundry, 814 N. Orange
f the ScBtiac *t later thus 2 p. la
tto day w." yobHeattau,Tto nl applies theeast of Suwalki and south of Brentwood Military hospital severely avenue, or phone 654. 9-29-t
M, ckanftt far etatmt adrertUaci it bbmriakk injured."
.aad :wffl W atrktiy.adkerad. to.Snbaeriberi .. Grajewo were *
desiring The Seentinel dieeoni SENATE, MAY TAKE WAR TAX The Jewish mercantile establishments with me now, while I have the time
toned should notify the ftce la writing on to look it over and familiarize myself
OFF GASOLINE IT in Orlando will close this afternoon -
the date ofezpfatbn.otkrpis..tt'erlil: be I
with the talking I made the
s continued at'the regular subscription rates, ON" AUTOMOBILESWashington at six o'clock and remain points. I
- until notice to. atop is received.w . largest number of sales last winter 1
: u : 1 -. closed until six o'clock Wednesday af- and expect to do even better this, winI I
,' Sept 28.--The, senate ternoon, in celebration of the Day of ter. My prospects are beginnig to .arrive .
TUESDAZ-SEPTEMBER.,' '29, ,1914., finance committee 'today'took up the Atonement, or Yom Kippur. and it might cause you to lose ,
a sale by putting it off. Call today :
-:: .... . ..;. war revenue bill with a view to possible at my new offices in the Watkins 1
.THE THIRD 'DEGREE TAMPA changes: It is hoped to havethe SERVICES AT BAPTIST CHURCHDr. building and list your property. ; . ... :

-,- .. measure*ready ,for presentationto WALTER W. ROSE, j
: *According to an inconspicuous Hem the. senate after the Clayton trust Edward T. Poulson, after a vacation Real Estate. Phone 555. .. I

,N ,in the Tampa TribunV'iofsSunolay bill conference report is disposed of. of three weeks,.was in his pulpit All new woolens. r for fall- and winter ,, HOUR

morning 'several Tampa policemen ,'fltr--committee. ,had before it suggestions .Sunday and was greeted by large' will be on display, and an experiencedtailor
exercised their high authority as upholders for amendments, including a congregations at both services.
to take Monday
your measure, -
;A: } of the law and protectors of substitute privilege for'a tax on:automobiles Sunday morning preliminary to his ,. Tuesday and Wednesday. Let :

,the .weak and defenseless, at ,the police instead of the levy on gasoline sermon he spoke of some pleasant experiences us show you.' Yowell-Duckworth i

station in, hat city Saturday'afternoon I ; as, proposed ,in the ,house bill. he had while away. Al- Company.T. .1

; by terrorizing a seven years The plan to tax automobiles is strongly though he did not preach while away, TAILORED

old' negro,boy>-in- an.. effort to force aconfessionof I ,supported houseDemocrats and a blessed opportunity was afforded of F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. I:
theft from him., They administration leaders predicted the serving his Master in leading some Conscientious work at fair prices. I

4 *' placed a hangman's noose about his gasoline tax would be eliminated. very dear friends into baptismal wa- Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf I II I HATSWe

y, neck, threatening him with hanging, ters. He says, if possible, he returns
doubtless deriving much amusement GERMAN LOSS TO DATE' GIVEN more interested and enthusiastic in Eat Eat all what you you want.want.

-a,, t from this conception the manner.in OFFICIALLY AS 104,589; his work thau'ever., He also spoke of Take a postscript and forget it.

,: which the law should. be 'upheld-because 15,674 DEAD Virginia's overwhelming majority for For sale by all druggists. I

it'happened to'be a'negro'boy righteousness against the liquor traffic l7d&wlyrTo
have a paramount feeling
,with whom they were' dealing. Berlin, Germany, via London, Sept saying all Christian people hada I
be convinced of the producing
w .Had it been# la 'white boy, howeverfriendless 28v The total German casualties in reason to rejoice with Virginia in power of Sentinel want ads.-try one.IIIMMMIMimiMIMIil. that our knowledge of what will
*and unprotected he might dead, wounded and missing as ,officially her victory. '
h ve' been, it is 'unlikely'those, big, reported are 104,589. be "au'fait" for the coming sea-

: cowar Iy men would have dared go to The casualty list announced Sunday WON'T LET AUSTRIANS TALK son is being thoroughly appre-

: I such .extre;eel, even. if,- as"t they }adds'a:total of, 10,527, casualtiesto TO WOUNDED SOLDIERS
} :charged,.the boy&4 been guilty, ,of those previously announced.The ciated, judging by the numberof
I ? made Rome, Italy, via Paris, Sept, 28.- McCUllOCU'SDepartment
'many petty thefts. In the case of a total casualties list is up enquiries and resultant
A dispatch from Trieste, Austria, pur-
T' 'white' boy, had the facts become as follows:
'known, there _would. Save'' followed Dead, *,,15,674; wounded 65,908; says the authorities have prohibitedthe chases made. '
t' i (some :resignations 'or removals from missing, 23,007.BEACHEY population approaching
;f wounded soldiers, who are constantly Store ;
'the. police force in.TJDp1'.i ,short
;: order. : LOOPED THE LOOP arriving there. Three slightly wounded OUR TAILORED HATS ,
soldiers who were allowed to return -
0 The essential paragraph in the Tribune OVER CAPITOL
to their families related the circumstances certainly bear the mark of

; (h item follows: 23.Lincoln of the fighting which they 1 I Jelly Tumblers j
h "With a hangman's noose about his Washington, Sept. dainty exclusiveness-of high
i neck, Joe Wilson, a; mere midget ,oft Beachey in an aeroplane looped the had witnessed and were arrested.
_; ; a negro lad tried to.deny stealing a loop four times over the dome of the f artistic merit-that the East
I bicycle.from" a little girl and 'a hat President Wilson ItHMMIMMIMIMIMMT.F.HOlRlHAli Fruit Jars
p from,,a,boy.inHyde park;;when officers capitol today while I and West especially the West,
: '.put, him',through ,,a I ''sweating" watched the performance from a .
r at the police station'yesterday after- White House window. The aviator are noted for.
-; :noon.'_ Refusing to confess he was the allkindsPresej
then made an abrupt landing on Licensed Plumber: and .
;locked up in the dark cell"
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_, Whik',&e Sehtinel,holds. no' brief Potomac lowlands near the Washington Sanitary Engineer Our stock this season is cosmopolitan -

| .:for the defense of,the negro race, we ,monument Estimate Furnished. Jobbing.'
r do:>> believe in justice'and:fair'play'to i Promptly Attended to. in its great variety.We .
theblackest; member pf it,:and when' PHONE 629 Kettles are proud of our showings.
:it-comes :to the torture of babies re-:
: It already begins to look as if, with '106 Court Street
4 gardless of color, the practice belongs the weather bureau's permission, next and ask inspection -without

t.. :to those barbarous, o days 'when' they year's-wheat crop would make this ORLANDO, FLORIDA South Orange AvenueIHIIIitillinillMlilllHillllli. placing you under any obligation -

| were offered as burnt offerings in the year's record breaker look like a mere 4allmillMIIIIHMMIIIMIHI

< I belief that its pleasing to the gods Incident Indianapolis News. AIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII". : to purchase.
1 ,of idol worshipers: I

{ Third degree ,methods have often :
; ',been:severely"condemned, but ,if this liilMIIIIIHH

Tampa exposition is a fair sample of

:the methods that,-condemnation has Onion SetsWHITE
=never been one-hall 'as severe as it

; *should'be. Those policemen should be Do You Know the

!*,treated to a dose of their'own medicine ( AND YELLOW)

but the should not end
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\'I'j with the threat, oi McELR.OY'S PHARMACY HICKORY

| One of the handsomest specimens GARTERFor
,v ,\of the-printer's art we have seen in MnilllllllllllilMIIM- - - - - - - - - - - - - MlilHIMIIIiMni
\(imany a day comes from the press of I iMMMIlH Children ?

c H. Clyde,Rinaldi, of Tampa.,: It is a .
. !;pictorial souvenir booklet of Tampa

: |jand'the half-tone engravings are as j ,
i dbeautifully t and clearly: printed as 'it They are the best and strongest

j is possible to print them. made.

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Twenty-six :United.States army of.. Once upon. a time Come tomorrow and see the

jfficers I replying' to :a query ,from :the goods.

New ,York World predict that ,the '..
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:European I'war win last,from twelve *
i ;to eighteen,months, and twenty-four
z of the twenty-six predict victory for There was an alarm clock who wanted to When he was dead sure he could make PURCHASE OF

:the allies. get up in this world. a clean sweep, he hung out his single and GARTERS A

' :A,woman of mind and muscle often .So he had himself fitted with'a regular bid for business. SCHOOL TABLET

,makes-a success of a man who otherwise watch escapement a light-running motor, GIVEN AWAY
' ''would' never have, amounted to Today there are three and a half millionnames '
selective alarm calls and large easy-
,anything.. on his calling list-he's got the biggest Prices loc.. 20c. and 23c. pair
o winding keys
'' The:, higher the cost of living practice in the alarm clock business.
Then,so they could see. him in the dimmorning
mounts the less we have to fear from
.. is BIG BEN the best over
light he ordered himself a His name
burglars.., Every. cloud has its silvering .

.' great big white dial and large black sleep insurance that anyone can buy..

,0' dean-cut' hands. Sold by .
' We:will "watchful wait" some more ,;J
r and the more we,do it the'more lives )>

' of American soldiers and sailors we


: :Moose are. plentiful' o .in Canada this H thcKsON .IV( GO.C
year entirely but different;in Maine the- situation was.

.1 If all- the war news censors were :

L might slaughtered rise'again.truth. .0 crushed to earth I I T.H.Evansthe, Jeweler DEPARTMENTAL STORE

y The'merchants that are regular advertisers : . .. . ; " _nBXPBRT ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PUCE
seldom. complain of hard : -- OPPOSIIII'OITOfI'ICI'. ", i -
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t are. ugly enseonC d"at" 107 South THEATRE I CARAT I

THETUNHtOELAKDO Lake street, where they win be? .at I \ IIII -,
-'r J., home to their friends.Mrs Open,2 p. m.'and 6:30 p. m. : :
: J.- .. '.- SACRIFICE : How to Provethat
1 } il , .. E,..E,' Emerson?and daughter Admission 5 cents II

. d " 1, : Miss Emma, ,arrived: yesterday ..' I I aFountain
Advertfciaf. ia c!the_ Sea&wi_k,-*.a: ia-". afternoon the.Tampa Special from llHililllillllllllllllllTODAY'S COOK AUTO CO. .
vestment_ ,,J not-'.an.'&" 'piriMiS"....','/I; Newton, Mass,"'and are.guests.of-Mr: PROGRAM .

:Mr.' L. L.'Payne: retarned yesterday and'Mrs. GL Partridge.. Won't Leak

from 'business.trip to New.York : Orlando Victor. Drama. J. Warren Ker- IMmilllMHMIIIMIMM, 11
:Donald Lee of the
Mr. ,
and Boston. rigan in "Sealed Orders," in two T ztthefeedtnbe.Ifitscurved-:
Bank and Trust company, returned parts. "like the Farker-the Pen won'tteak
The, wank ads. sir are BOARD HEALTH MEETING ,POSTPONED The Parker Lucky Curve Feed Tube
on. page home last night ,on the 6:41 train Universal Comedy. "Why .Universal twitt tulle ih. kml causinr Capil.
among, thqfcost interesting readingin Ike Left Home." UNTIL THURS- lot Attraction. This draws ink out
after a very pleasant of feed ,
: If feature tube as In picture the iajtant
you want to see a good DAY NIGHT
today's paper Ton turn pen upright. That
Tennessee and North Carolina. why
and have a good laugh don't miss this Parkers iront leak.Ordinaryfountain.
MWilliam, \.Beardall_ left_ ::Sunday Mr. and Mrs W.:H.'Reynolds; rho show. peas atta1ght
Owing to the inability of two mem- feed tubes in which ink Mays, even
afternoon for DeLand;' spending ,theday have been absent from the city forth when'pen ii point ,. Air inside of
with 0 friends. bers of the newly created board of penexpandia fromheatof your body.
.past two, months, visiting relatives If advertising means planting the health to be present, the meet- forces this ink out onto end of pen.
Mr,1 Edgar:Rose,+.of Winter:Park, and friends in Aurelia,'Iowa, re seed 'for 'new 'and greater business, ing scheduled for last night had Fens Standard$130 to style$250.00 Parker according Lucky to Curve size

a f student of Rollins college., visited turned home Sunday evening.Mr. then 'now is the time to do it, when to be postponed. The and ornamentation.
New Parku Jack Knife Safety P.
(,Orlando Monday. ,,, and Mfs. Marion D. Hughes the timid, through being less aggres- be held Thursday night at which timeit cannot leak if it tries. You can even
Mr.t iJ. A.. Murrell well known : sive, make advertising more carry it ntUt ... Prices $Zso up.
a have. ,returned from their trip North, your pro; is hoped that the entire membership -
.. orange buyer, arrived last night from where they spent the summer, and ductive and when the keenness of the of the board can be present.

McIntosh" for the season. are again occupying their pretty public for news increases the valueof .' JIKER

M4 J. M.. Johnson, of Kissimmee, home, 12 East Concord avenue. the advertising pages. JOY RIDE LANDED JOHN II

was among the business visitors in ,Mr.:Ben Abberger, soliciting, freight. Dean Remsen, of Si Luke's cathedral GLOVER IN JAIL tucsr uavEtltN..A
the CJtY7eSterday afternoon. agent for the Atlanta, Birmingham & announced Sunday morning that .
Mrs:"H.B...:Leake returned to Or Atlantic railroad, with headquarters in accordance with the recommendation John Glover, a colored employe of H PE

landS y evening after an extended at Tampa, was, in town for a short of the president, next Sunday the San Juan Garage, is recuperatingfrom New Parker Disappearing Clip

., .' 'through h'the'Caro i a.- time: Monday in the interests of that October' 4th, will be observed'as a Sunday joy ride, in jail. John like holds a onto snapping your pocket turtle Yaks nand
"Pea Sunday" with ,special inter- .,,..,, TId
MrWilliam! Coble. left appropriated a fine car from the gar- I" into its
road.Mr. cessions for the 'cessation of and, hell when yon want to .
.onf:'the 9:1"'L'J Seaboard for Lees- and Mrs. J. A. Thompson returned war age and failed to mention his inten- write. UIJ

bur&jn the interests of that road. Sunday evening from a delightful therestoration of peace.' tion to either Mr. Fort or Mr. Rogers.He O Money refunded if

all summer visit to points of Mr. Geo. W. A. Butters, of Lowell, gathered his party and was hav- any Parker Pen doesn't
,Mr,:and Mrs. Zachary, of Sanford, please We protect
motored to Orlando Sunday afternoon interest in the North. They are .occupying Mass., connected with ,the Keith vaudeville ing a great time, joy riding toward dealer.

and called at-the Cathedral schoolThe their;suburban home :on'Lake :theater in that city, arrived in Sanford, when he met'' Mr., Rogers, Get a leakless Parker Pea into your
J . ,.'f 0. ,.. Jennie JewelL Orlando Saturday to be connected the result being that when he returned pocket before tonight.
:leading merchants of Orlando stated with the Grand orchestra. Mr. But- with the car a policeman was

are:represented in the Sentinel's:advertising This paper has repeatedly to ask the ters features the tympani, having waiting with open arms to receive o .
do good
it will
that no
: columns.! Trade with them. Bowers of the him AllenftCoJewelers
editor to suppress ws' of a legitimate studied under Harry and give him time to repent in

Mis*.Cora Davis left yesterday' for character. He is selling the Boston Symphony orchestra. confinement.

her.home at West Palm Beach after for the news and advertisingthat I Manager Geo. A. Barker of the Or-
delightful-visit' with friends'in Or- paper MAYOR
a is in'it and nothing else. lando opera house announces that the SPERRY DESIGNATES'CLEAN.
Lando theatrical will in this cityon -UP DAYS
Mr.,.Bruce Hunt, formerly of this
Xr: Frank Hyres, the_ contractorand city,.now living in Mineola, arrived in Monday, October 12th, with a mu- LI Reliable Repairing D:

Juilder: 'is- spending today inJacksonville I Orlando Monday afternoon, accom sical comedy company, of ten people, I Mayor E. F. Sperry has designatednext
after business who will week's engagementon Thursday, Friday and Saturdayas
looking* : open a
John Hunt.
by his brother, Mr.
matt i; panied that date. They are playing in clean-up days in Orlando, and b. !

MA Edwin. Beeman,returned Sunday welcoming Their;.many them friends back in to Orlando town. are Atlanta, Ga.,this week and come very urges the co-operation of every citi- r ==o== AltMIIMtntMltiMMIilllllMIHMMMMtlMm
zen in the'use of those to clean -
highly recommended as artists. days
night; from Atlanta G& where he
? *
::\\Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Davies havereturned the ,
each his
has'been'for the past three weeks on from their wedding Mr. S. H. Atha and family, who up city, by cleaning own
business. home have been spending the summer at premises of all filth and unsightly
trip; to Daytona Beach, Orlando and
grass or other matter. &ftymr.jm9'flzo.lfiJ
W. Va. and ,who
Mannington, returned -
One of the,:newer individual,drinking other places, and are now at home to

'cups is divided in half Jay 'a partition their friends at their cottage on to Orlando several days ago, DAILY UNTIL DECEMBER 1st !
their home with Mr. J.
' formed of material will are making
: t Tuscawila street Ocala Banner.
filter water. of the Orlando ladiesare W.. Rex _on North Orange avenue un- Although the heavy tourist travelon Polish Your Silver
Many young til the completion i of their new home the Great Lakes is now on the
Trespass doth in
signs printed on
for Winter Park to .
leaving today wane, the discriminating traveler will
constructed the
# stock.and ready for delivery, 10 cents attend Rollins college. Among the now of being and Concord on corner continue to enjoy the lake passenger Wrights Silver Cream ElectroSilicon.
} each. $LOO 'a':dozen',,postpaid. The number are Misses Gayle Davis, Pau- Magnolia avenues. steamer service until the very close
.Sentinel, Arcade building.Mrs. : Mr. and Mrs. S. Preston Carpenterhave of the season of navigation.
'NuckolS Helen Warlow Ruth
line a
Following their usual custom the
returned from a summer visit to
.:W.;:M.,Davis and son, Master Isaacson, Dorothy Johnson, and Sarah C. & B. Line will operate their steam-
their old home in Salem, N. J. Al- '
"Billie" Jr. have returned from Me- Yancey. erS daily between Cleveland and Buf-
,. though greatly enjoying their trip falo until the first day of December, Pick Your Teeth }
Leansboro Ind, where they spent Your wants advertised in the morning and exhilarated by a change of scene leaving either city at eight o'clock

:the summer: with relatives., paper stand a better chance of they are glad to be back in Orlando. every evening and reaching destination -
Carrier it because its read- the followng: morning at 6:30 With the Gold Medal
boys greatly appreciate producing results- During their absence some miscreant (Central time). ToothpicksPotted

1.< when subscribers have their dime ers .are,:_in a: position to act NOW. broke into .their home on the corner .a.uringthin season of the year
:ready,for .them_ when they call, and The Sentinel classified ads. reach the of South Lake and Elliott streets,'and these large steamers are heated by
,do not:have to "come again." public at the right time. Give your ransacked the house. steam throughout, and the night's
journey is made as comfortable as if
Plants Cut Flowers Funeral
Mr./ M. Taylor, who has been an ad.'a chance. # the traveler were sojourning at a lux- ,

:assistant to'Mr..W. T,,Gntrican= the Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Wendeburghave OUR COUNTY HOME urious hotel.It Decorations.
is for this reason that a large Designs Wedding
and left from r.
painter paperhanger: yesterday just returned a lengthy volume of travel is attracted to C. &
for his-home in:Chicago. visit to Sheepshead Bay and other retorts Sunday afternoon Dr. Edward: G. B. Line steamers until the last trip, VlM IBBHBW MBBW'BM
4 *- and cities in the North and East. Poulson, accompanied by about twen- December 1st. 1
Look at the label I
on your paper;
it shows the;month and ,the year to They are now renovating the Law- ty members of his B. Y. P. U., visited T.'F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. THE SANITARY GROCERY
house and will the Home and held service.
soon reopen.it County a
,which your subscription is paid. .Subscription rence Conscientious work at fair prices. CARUTHERS & GORE
, accounts are due in advance. for,the season. The subject of the program was Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf
"Our Trials and How to Bear Them."
Phone 200
Twitchell of Winter
' Mr. Ralph ,
: Mr.LeRoy';' B. Giles returned yes- talks made by Miss "First class
Very helpful were Brazing a specialty at
'terday-from Jacksonville. Mrs.Giles, Park, who for the past year has been Claudia DeLaney, Mrs. E. R. Enlow Warman's Repair Shop o Court St.i 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

who is in that city visitnig.relatives, connected with Architect King,arrived and Dr. Poulson. Old hymns so fa- 12-5-tf. 1.I 4 nil

,:Wi ill arrive in Qrlando. this afternoon. home,Sunday night from an extended miliar to the old people of the home
New York and the New
Mr.:and Mrs. 'J. R.,Irvine returned England trip through States. He reports havinga were used and they seemed to be over- tttllllllllllllllllllllllllill' ' ' ' '

last night.from Demorest, Ga., where wonderful trip. whelmed with emotion as they listened .

{ 'they have,been,enjoying the delights to the talks and music. Suchan
Mr. and Mrs. C. G.. Wescott were occasion is strengthening to those
of that popular resort for the .past
>four weeks. among,Orlando's popular winter residents who render as well as to those who

arriving from the North yes- listen.
Mr. T. J.. :Brewster, of ,McLeans- ty
. terday and are being warmly wel
If you want to visit a happy home,
boro, Ind., who has spent the past
comed by their, many friends. Theyare just visit the County Home. The -
two weeks in, .this section, prospecting their beautiful homeon 6t
occupying county is to be congratulated upon \
left yesterday, for. his home in Lucerne Circle.
having such characters as Mr. and
the Hoosier State. ,
.f Miss Mayme Fudge, one of the pop- Mrs. Harris in charge* of this work.

Mr. V. V. Sharpe a prominent ular sales ladies in the Yowell-Duck- They seem to be thoroughly in love

wholesale groceryman df Tampa, is worth store, was among the Orlando- with the work and nothing too praise- 1915 Hudson "40" Here

spending today in Orlando looking ites returning last night from vaca- worthy can be said of their service.

'after business for the firm of Sharpe, tions. Miss Fudge has been visiting

Perkins & Company.Get friends in Virginia and other states Try the Sentinel for all kindsof

the news first in the Sentinel and reports a most delightful time. Printing. Prompt service. $l,ooO


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Orange Avenue ,windows oversold the output by over 3,000

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; ;J- '.thea'the second largest car producers in the world. Large volume_ :like this surely arga

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"l. :By Fraak/G. Moke) ] [ opened an automobile repair shop
at;,17 Hughey street. If you want
; |J|!w" York;; Sept' 26There: l,is & MUNNIMAKERS J food service and reasonable rates call..

", lotl'A"t_ :, speculationjustjiw=as tohhow'world of''Lo;. .Wanted For 8.te, F.fNotteiT :and and see Chalmers him. Also Overland, Hadson : v
\" series_ games till -be : livery [ miimim.
r -.k, for tkb eolumn. 2Se,for OM < / J Phone 646. 6-26-6't
p d Wore_'the'_;1914 championshipdecided ,lOt lot tint. i .If the.AtfdeticYplay,the BfTwbnk:. or;kn...''Moos. nan iece nF
ttt silmthMMrti far ttvffl eok.a. a astp.ertioa Try Sentinel classified advertise- ,
Giaats' the wise ones predict that the ; bi .... on .... nents I if wanting to buy, sell or rent
scries ,will end in about five'gimes .
They are,money makers. ORLANDO
with the' Ahletks,as,victors.A FOR SALE-Five gallon nickel plated
? different situation faces the dope- coffee urn, .as good as new at a ,.
4L when .they. figure the Boston bargain. ').I.'C.,Broome- Box 573.
'Braves. as rivals ',of 'theAthletics 9-25-6t, The Terra Ceia Nurseries have,forsale
_'} They have no ..precedent to'aid them the Walters (Florida Standard) Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection lime
FOR SALE-One or both of a team 'variety of grapefruit, from one to ,
..in the' calculation, On, paper, the of black mares,, weight 1100 and 'three years old, budded on three to _
,Athletics seem far superior to the 1200. Good driven, single or double. :four years old rough lemon roots; -
'- Braves C. E.'Enlow, ,Winter Park, Fla. :and the Heart's Tardiff orange, one
but the a'won't be '
'" gam' 9-18-tf year old buds on three years old r j I, ISI11II IIISIS H 1111111 II
played on paper. ., rough lemon roots. All in first class
{ :Ten world series have bene played, FOR'SALE-Good driving'horse, will ;condition. .
r 'in' iot"once has work anywhere new one-horse TERRA CEIA NURSERIES,
modern baseball, and > '
i. steam Mace) wagon., Quick sale. Apply Terra Ceia, Florida.J. UITissImportant : :
and grabbed ,the honors beforeat Magnolia House, corner of.South and C. Rowell Manager.
least five games were-staged.'Only Boone 'streets. 9246tFOR Correspondence solicited.
tt- + once',ha*:a team gone through,(''a serIes !
without SALE-Seven room house; 21-2 i
a --victory. :That happened !
'.''';. c in 1907 when the Tigers and budded acres orange best ;garden trees.land Inquire; 125 L.small Box friendships result from the right introduction, and i
: .Cubs tied at 3-3 in their first game. 671,city. 9-22-6t !
: 7 The Tubs won the next'four.: : For 'Sale Silver Cluster GrapeFruit the most important ones come through the right banking con- ;

!Five bi.times five the games.series In has,.1903 been; when finished Vigorous and stock Valencia, 50c.late 1 orange year; 75c buds.2 FOR SALE nections. Association the keynote of all business success. We ; ;

the_Red Sox and Pirates battled inthe years old. invite to an account with where inter-
first' modern world-. Vie, the, 9-23-2m H. C. McDANIEL. Consisting of you open us a personal ;
count ran seven games.-: The Cuba FOR SALE BY OWNER Job Press, 14x22 with fountain. est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
ought six battles. in ;l906\the.Athletics :About" 2,000 acres of good farmingand Imposing Stone 26x44 in frame.
and Giants' six- in'1911; and> 'the, fruit land in one solid tract, within Perfection A Wire Stitcher.

Timers' and c Pirates:,'seven :in1 1909. five.' to miles colonize.of Orlando._ For particulars.An idealplace OneCase Wood Furniture, BANK' & TRUST CoeisnsIlsIssuhluhllmuwwinnnnnnnnnnnnnwn'w

Inil912 ,theRe f Sox and ,Giants address,"A,? care Sentinel 92761WHITE 280 pieces.

played.eight games, one over, the"legjj LEGHORNS FOR SALEAfew 12 Galleys, brass lined, 6'/4i23ft.
''E limit 'because the second 1 brass lined 12x18.
; games pure s. c. White Leghorns, Galley, ,
'a',6 to 6 tie. The Red Sox.and stock chickens, and a few splendid Horton Mailer ; :
played' eight young cockerels. Bred to lay .strain.J.W.GainesR.F.D.No.l. Lead Cutter.
Pirates an .game series 9-27-3t Utility .
Ili_.' That series was for the first 30-inch Jewel Paper Cutter. .
.fit::games out' of".nine. Since then FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine 1 Challenge Proof Press,9x27 with ..l'II1'II' "ts t i"'llf'11111'' :HMIIIMIiiHmwCLOTHING miiimiHiMim

];series, have been,'4 out of 7. hammock land; eight in grove; the iron frame. .
,Here' are the records of all the. present crop.of oranges will be from 1 horsepower Motor.
l'i> 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told,
wcjrld.series games played showing' readyfor setting 10 acres in lake 2 Counter Shafts with pulley and
r wt .,team won each,game, and bywkjilfcore. one'and quarter miles from Apopka. hangers complete. .
Price, 5000. Address W. H., Box Ink Slab 12x18.

clod;jadicates. the;.team that won 178 Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf About 1,000 lba.,10 pt body type.

f :thl |d >onship.! FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. Several job fonts, racks and cases,

i : 4908' Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas- quoins and other material Our stock ofWilltOr
tB, ..-- -- 3 .Pittsburg.....__ 1 tle. 9-18-tf This material is all in first-class
,Boston---.-.3 Pittsburg0 FOR SALE OR RENTHousewith condition and will be sold for the

B tton..__.__,2 Pittsburg._____ 4 all conveniences; unfurnished at best offer to close an estate.

Bwston______,41Pittsburg; ._._._ 5 106 West Concord Ave.; price reason- II Ml and
able to small family. Also on second APPLY P. O. BOX 35 :: Clothing
4 Bejrton_______11 Pittsburg,.., 2 floor of 201 West Concord Ave., a
c Boa. .____ 6 Pittsburg.. .._._ 3 suite of three rooms with bath and I I ORLANDO FLA.
'.R B ft.'1ton_.___. 7 .Pittsburg___ __ 3 toilet This suite is arranged for
j i.......'3 Pittsburg.____ 0 light housekeeping, all furnished' two

.,: ;: 1904, (no .series) additional if desired.rooms See might'Wm.be,,L. arrangedfor Coryelel, Made by SCHLOSS BROS., is coming in

:.f,; '1905 201 West Concord Ave. 9-23-6t

'New York____ 3 Athletics..___ 0 (Concord Avenue is o be paved). GKCOInsect and anxious for
we are see our
New York____ 0 Athletics- 3 you

New York____. 9 Athletics. . ._:_ 0NeW FOR',RENT *

.York._,__ 1. .Athletics.' ..._ ,0 FOR RENT-Two 'rooms for light I Killer Will New Styles, and high class tailoring. Best

New Yorlu.... 2 'Athletics.,_.. 0 with all modern Rid
t tf 1906 veniences Inquire 312 E. South St. place in the city to buy clothing.

'Wl dte Sox.___:2 Cubs_.._-___. 1 9-25-6t Your house of all insects. i III
white Sox.___ 1 Cubs...____ 1
mite Sox___ 3 Cubs________' 0 I Rooms for light FOR housekeeping RENT ; modern Quarts 35c. Gallon'$1.00 II

r WHte Sox____ '0 :Cubs___*. __ 1 I ;,up to date; furnished or unfur- ,
WHte ;;Sox._.__,8 .Cubs.._____...;6 nished; on,Lucerne Circle; with garden For sale by W. M. SLEMONS
White ... ___ ,, :fruit and flowers. See. J. F.
;: Sox. ;.8 CuBs) _____ 3 9-24-tf
carrD ers & Gore
\t rr 1907 :

; !Chi c go----...3., 'Detroit_.___ 3,, FOR RENT-Six rooms' for light .. e

.Chicago. _.:--. 3
Chi2ago.-- Detroit.____ 1. '9-22-tf. NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet I 111111111111111111111111111(111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111111111111.II'I'IIIIII .

Cb. i.aIo-- ___ 6 Detroit.____:.. 1 potato slips at S1.75 per 1000. !

; Gho-----(F'.rst'.k game 13 2 innings Detroit; _tie._.____ 0 MISCELLANEOUS Co.Juick, Apopka delivery., Fla.Cash. Apopka 5-24-tf Plant I I ' : : '\\ \\'\\\\\'\\\" '\\'\\\" '\\ \'\M1t44UM4+MNt

i 1908f WANTED TO HIRE Who is your painter and decorator]! I
f 'Chiago.10Detroit f :;._____ 6 Man.and; wife to work orange grove. If[ you are.satisfied keep the one you : t &fijewr.j1I.JffiJ
Cbiago____, 6' DetroiL1; Box 396 Orlando. 9-27-61 have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, I
Ne. 636. 1-20-tf
China:. ov'n__,__; 3 :Detroit____.8 A GOOD COW WANTED by G. R.
'Chitago.__,__ '3 DetroitJ____ 0 Banks, 42 Lakeview: avenue.

'Ch io---. .-- 2 Detroit_______ 0 '
r 1909j ',.., at 305 South Liberty street. 27-6t ne They Were to
i_ 'Pit$ bang:__.__ 4 Detroit:.______ 1 aeracoo
'. .Pitt burg------, 2 Detroit______ 7 WANTED400 sour orange 400
grapefruit stock 2 or 3 years old: ORLANDO FLORIDA
c Pitt burg___ 8 Detroit.6
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Pitbb rg_ ____ DetroIt______ 6 must reply.be thrifty Address good."Grower State" care pricein of (Fenurly known u PelLCUtk School) .

Pitt fPitti burg------- Detroit____:_._ 4 Sentinel __ 9-19-6td&w REOPENS OCTOBER 7 be Married SoonCame
k burg 4. Detroit : 5 !
------ -- ---- POSITION WANTED-Young mar A Botrdint and Day School for Girl ,
Pittsburg-:8 Detroit.____'0m ried man of good habits, refined and Regular and Special Counti-Primary,
1910s well educated, would like to take Intermediate and Academic Grades-
Ifuie-Art Eloeition-Phytical Culture
Ath ti s------ 9 Chica __.__- 3 charge of orange grove. Thoroughly -Doaettie, Science-Admirable Situation to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of
and reliable. Two years'experience and Surroundinr Qinute Bealthful-
tAthle ._____ 4' Chicago_.-_.. competent .in Southern California. Careful Home Life*--Capable. leather four or five rooms. They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable,

Aih tics.12_ r.-2io_ -- 5 Address, Box 178., Sentinel. Lew Bates.Rer. the amounf ol which they had available for the furnishing of their
;-: Ath etics._____ 3 Ohicago- 9-26-3t, Roderick P. Cobb, Bishop Mann, yet money
,. Athletics.__.__ 1 G9iicago:__.._ 2 "FURNISHED-,' ROOMS-An excel- Rector. President home made expensive peices prohibitive.
considerable time with us looking through our large
: 1 11.Ath' lent location. Apply 418 South Lake They spent

} ics:_____ 1 New YorL__ 2 St 9-23-pm We offered a few suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were

a Athiet cs._:_-.. 3' 'New'- York.__ 1Athletics. POSITION WANTED-By well edu- Dudley Matthews much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what 'they

3 New York-___ 2 cated man, as chauffeur. Temperate thought they should want. ,
:Attletics,____ 4 New YorkAtb -___ 2 honest and industrious; careful ARCHITECTURAL AND GENERAL After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doingthe
>!..fetics.--__ 3' nNew York..__ 4 driver. If you have work forman a
back and placed their or-
of these qualifications, address DRAr lNG. best possible with their appropriation they came
Athletics.-13 .Jew, York. :___ .2 ",Chauffeur,".care Sentinel. 9-22-6
t I) J912- Blue Printing( and Map Work. Patent der with us.
r( office drawings show cards and hundreds of homemakers whom we are
'BoshD_____ 3 New Yo&___ 4 BOARD AND ROOMS-House newly. general commercial art. Perspectives This.is a typical example
furnished and remodeled. Northern
Bos1I n. 6 New YorL.6 In color or flat washes. .
------ and $6 week.
cooking. $5 per pleasing.We
Boat:>L______ 1 New YorLBoston. ___ 2 Excellent location. Magnolia .House, ROOM 12YowenDuckworthBuildin carry an extensive stock of serviceable, attractive homefurnishingsgrading

._.____ 3' Jew York.__.1 corner South and Boone streets. Mrs from the lowest priced which are good, to the very best. Your appro-

Bosun2 New Y rL___ 1 Marie Lewis, manager. 94-lm PHONE I priation for furnishing your home may be anything from $175 toiocoor more

R .BoSt.n._______, 2 New York___ 5Bosttm 54Z with
FOR SALE-A No. 1 saddle mare,, 9-lo-dftJrtf I can make the most of it us.
_.____ -you
: .4 New orL11 or, buggy horse. Address care
; Bostt1----- 3 ,New 'YorL___ 2 Wright's, Box 567. 9-2-tl

:.-'Ii:. game10(Second innings game 11) innings: tie. Last RARE BARGAINS is Wo 0oI 1 Woo 1 Woo 1

f: ': Don't be deceived. Seeing be-
z' 1' 1913 lieving. The best man to buy real Kincaid & Snowden '
if .Athl tics..__.__,6 New York __ 4 estate of is the man that has actual Excellent Core Pine Wood Sup

..- Ath1 ticL___ O. New York.___ 3 experience in the cultivation of truck,
farm, and citrus fruit lanes: and plied in any quantity
rAth4tiCL_..__ 8 .New York.__ 2
V knows what land is when se sees it.
.At1i1 tics.- 6 New YorL___ 5 There is a man of that kind in Or- Furniture ol Character at Popular Prices

"S t1 1'UC-----(.. 3. New York- .__._ 1 lando Have him show you. Owner's SPECIAL' PRICES ON FIVE
. t !' prices on all property. ; no padding orboosting. Orlando Florida j
', c STRANDS OR MORE Cor. Main and Pine Sts. ;
: Xetjus your job printing. Good'equipment F G. ARNOLD.

'? and years .experience in Second Floor, Room L tt !\\ i \ !\\'\" \" \ 1:1111J.111111111: :=
:'J ,one..of)the.finest 'printing. houses in Telephone Exchange Bldg. ...............- - .
:. T the Sooth enable u to give you the 9-26-6t w' Orlando Fla. ELDREDGE BARLOW -= -., FOR
I Don't wait for every one in town to
"." ; .most' 'urtisfactory' service.' If you have subscribed for the Sentinel Telephone 375 have Entrican, the painter, before -
H and are not receiving,your pa- you .try. Am too busy to look you For the month of August I will Nwsery stock one, two, three and
t. Wel nere'lire'aid leas jo* per, you will do a favor by notifyingus South Street, Deaf A. C. L. up. Phone 636 and I wfll be on the sell at my farm, pine at 85 cents per four year old Duds; Foster Early,
.' .nosey on real,estate at 6.jer cent. tOO also Pineapple, Java, Homosassa
us..at once.Subeeribe. ion strand, and oak at $ ; some Wash-
i.aeeeL Gwulee Life A Loan' Co. 1 Tracks. saw logs cheap. A. S.,Hodges R. 1, ington lWeL Addres lam. M.Kahn
Carry, &:.""" ,PJL ,for The Daily Sentinel Vl-lm .' overlok the want ads. Orlando. 7-30-lm Apopka:FTa. Phone"2222. 3-13-tf

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j IrI; :; Water an* Ste Heat J. B. MAGRUDER

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; .ii. HUNTING. 'SEASON the seed. One man in Orlando, florida Wood, $L50 a strand up. Hand's im urn n MiHMMMIMIMHMIIHilllillllilMHilliiilHililiMIMMHI

l4 ........:.- got six cuttings in one year froma Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf ,
Licetses are,required'for all.hunting -
>' patch. .
in,th State of,.Florida, and 11- Up to date painting, papering, ete.,
Never say can't, some fellow will
censesinly'give the right to hunt is the kind you want Where to get ,
come.along and prove to the contrary. it? That's phone 636. W. T.
20, .
from November 20 February
-Florida Grower. Entrican. 1-20-tf Of PREPARED. fOR COlD WEATHER
inclusive.. To shunt in the county in
which:;the license-'is.issued, theatateregeiresafee
of$1; ;to hunt-in.'as tllMIMIMMIilMIHmti IMMIMMIiMllimmiMPackers
many-'oounti as' one'likes,'- a state
.license its[ provided at, cost to'the
hunter :of*|3; and:;'for;non-reetdent i
The R Bela
:hunters'a $15 license is required Pac1g[ Cefflpany
This cool reminds that it will be
The.game,J>irds,:designated by the spell us not
of 1913 ,' ,
act f ,:as.swans geese brant '
and'river and'sea ducks; rail, coots, 'long before cold weather will be her Are you
\ mud hens,and gallinuks; shore birds,' _
plovers, surf birds,..snipe, ::woodcock
; for it will wait until arrives before
c .sandpipers,jatflers,dad curlews;,wild : and Shippers of Citrus or you
turkey 'grousef.pheasants and quails, .
and turtle doves.. -, Fruits and Vegetables. you have th'atGas
The'openseason' on.wild ,turkeygobblers
quadturtledovsswans, : I will operate alone under above name and shall appreciate -

'F1'encl1'lon, I: (since Sunday, ,' the business of all who have and any who have
: geese, l'rant;ducks,''rails. ;.coots, mud'heassandpipers
"" not patronized'me in the last three For information
and years. -
curlews,. snipe
plover from';Noeaiber20'to. Febru .. .call on or write me at my Packing House at crossingof Heater
,Bl,20j( --, Concord Avenue and A. C. L. R. ,R. in Pine-a-cure ,

"Ruffled grouse:or pheasant) ,''Monognoes : building, which I am equipping with Mauld's latest machinery
i ..Chinese-, English-pheasants -
; and can consequently give you same service

.and all;iip imported to"Decembef'l game birds, 1915 are J.''protected :and. ..:. which has-always spoken for'itself. '. PUT IN ?

'theretertathirty.day open,season ,My efforts will be to sell all possible before resortingto
on pheasatts is established from No. .. distribution. .
3 'vember90! ] 'to" DeceBabec.20.. , ; 3
.Traps;., snares, deadfalls: .baiting.0 . W. A.DADE ,Gen: Manager. Better "prepare 'for war in time of peace"and
'and:poisoning of./game''birds_ s', night ,
.hunting and hunting on;''Sunday, is' 9-18-2 m have it put in now as we will be rushed when

.prohibited. by'.state laws. :
The, 'open: season, 'to" .hunt deer is he II'limMlltMIMIIIttittmaittlltllMMIHItiilMllil. that cold wave comes.
jsame>asthat[ for quail,,from November : 7. "
20 to.February,,20. :,The use of I. .
/artificiallighta: 'in deer," hunting". 'is alsopritQThe .'ill III iMMMMiMIMIIMIIIMIIMIIItimiltllil'
; squirrel :season is
"_ :from. November" 20; to February. 20. SPRAY NOW FOR WfflTE FLY and SCALE ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
'The quantity, of game is limited bylaw
% : ,:to'one deer.to a-person,'two turkeyS SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY

,. "twenty',>quail'i or twenty-five DEPARTMENT -
(birds of,any other species in one day,
c :and:to,three',buck deer, five turkey Kills every White,Fly Larvae, Scale, Rust Mite:
,'gobblers or five hundred of any other .and,Red,Spider that i is, hit. Removes sooty mold .11111111111111111111111111111111.1".111111111111111..I".I'... .I.III..}
game: bird 'species during ,the open and insures healthy trees and bright tem-
'season.-*' ber'and October are two of the best months for i
f ;s ,The.,sale .of:game+,is prohibited as spraying for White Fly and Scale. Prevents insects WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES

is,hunting.without a,license,/or shipping . from sapping trees all winter, and brings them AND DO ALL KINDS,,OF !
;the 'from-place' to place
;within the game state or to a point: out of out in a good, healthy conditionin, the spring, thus OPTICAL REPAIRING $8 C Charleston and 'Return $8

:the:site.g insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom.J. a

tet-1a\VS',also" ;protect the robin, I
-prohbit the.use',of firearms' on Sun : SCBNARR .& CO.. Orlando, Florida. -q VIA"Clyde
day, prohibit the killing or capture of I
J a sea cow:or manatee, except with a : Schnarr's Insecticide will not injure the White Fly Line"
permit. from the 'county .commissioners : ,Fungi. 9.9 D. and W 2-M I i
and then only for scientific,'purposes I x IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.lllllllllllillllllllllllllllllJW''JI.Jf DR. L H. RAMSDEU
,'prohibits! .the catching of beavers OPTOMETRIST
; except from_'November: 1,to'February Soecesaor to Dr. 0. P. Lflda) First Class, Meals and Berth IncludedThis I

I,:,prohibits the ,killing ,cap ORLANDO .. FLORIDA
.tUrmg'or.moesting of the loggerheadand 1
s t
and n-turtles during' the.'period special rate good on any of the Company's t
from: Hay:Ito, September, steamers August 22nd to October 17th t
Do Yon Want Good
( a inclusive. '

SHIP REGISTRY-TRANSFER THE, MARKETOf Home in the Country? Return.Limit 10 Days 1 i

; 'Washington,: ,Sept ,26. Instructions -
have been sent to all British' Cleanliness Of Quality Ships scheduled to 'sail from Jacksonville every j
consols that the government,has no
; Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2
.objection to the. transfer 'of. ships Our list containes some very at p. m.'I
:from\ British to American registry
tractive,propositions both, in city and jl
in:cases where,they have.been. continuouslyAmerican FISH,.AND'.GAME '
: owned,',accordingto country property. And, we will be For reservations and further particulars apply to 1
:a ,statement'today at,the Britishembassy.1' Kept wrier the best unitary,cHtftfeM.Everytfck .
,Theinetrncttons' :reached screeMi away from the Ales, aid kept frtflfcaadpwe. pleased to submit them to you. H. G.. WENZEL, FUu Pass. Agent j

Rio,Janeiro just; after the steamer To those who have property to sen
,:Robert -Dollar',.'which.had- -'-been" held We iaTik fnap trttn aai naraatee atI f._ We bTc 122 W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I,
op peading-i'traader of. registry, or to rent, we invite you to call at i
tkf.t u.
everyth lal. :
,had cleared.. :.111
t our office and list your property with
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FL9RIDA'ANnALFALF. ,,. , The PARLOR MARKET us.' The same courteoustreatment, GOOD PRINTING
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In Kentucky:-;< .used,to say; "Oh, 'ft M. Self & Co. thatBarked. all of i-/F.our' business: We are in a better position -OSTEOPATHY

you cant;grow'alfatta*: Now*they dews''.ifhe extended to; u.G ever to give you the very best
are,doing it. The editor of.MX &skyFarming" PINE 'STREET' printing, as we have a large plant . ,
.> -' ., ; equipped with all modem machinery' Hours, 1o-1, 3-S
Kentucky's :progressiveagricultural ,.-J. -., i. <, o ,' etAtha and the very latest in type faces. 11: and by appointment
,magazine,.says'it can. be c Phone:No.NH1MI 80o'\, you are now numbered with our cos: No extra charge, for house treatmeat
4 raised.in Flarids.The way to' do'it, , :- tamers. we need no introduction; ii I Telephone connections
he. says, is: to put twotoasof ground .. ... ", >" ,."'.,.... yea 'are not, then we, would appreciate -; Office Orue
to to and
( .the opportunity cor. Central
AJ '.limestone__ 'to'ute; ,_acre, and- AM'ten of : :'.' .p M.'N-wi: . we are. producers. prove of Quality yoitfeat Ares,
,raw',phosphate: grotad 'fa_ to. the
(;: .acre,:and inoculate. tM soil aad..plant : ,_ Dllx. ..... ...la,III...... ....' '' .. .THE SENTINEL,'Phone 24. Get the news in the Sentinel first
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..t', earned our salary or not, since that
'- was not in the case at all. You ,at

41"f. .once showed to the treasurer this

t Marion county decision, thus effectually
I depriving of two months' salary {i

a.,sum small to most people but r
;' i Ji : ., :d
k. t f constituting a fourth of our year's in
) ': , . come.
; V . The, county board, upon petition
I ( from the local board,. closed theschool .; .. : : .
MUNITONS.OF[ BUSINESS This purely Orlando institution takes pleasure i
',;i svx I being unwilling to ask us t : :
work without remuneration. At presenting this excellent proof of the public approval of ' V '
V =:Munitions of business, like munitions of, we requested to be allowed to its methods. -- i
: ,
: 'war,,must be produced and stored.in'times ofplenty the school year at our own risk 1 <
against the hour of stress and need. I.which we did in exactly the iefesifs September $333,348.06 r '
: manner, as if we had received payment I
u September 1913
,Setting'aside surplus fund from one'smonthly / ; 235,142.76 ;

,business profits is the safe way to,provide In view of these facts, we
I IIcnase lIete year $97,205.30 .. 1
1t the ,
V ., for unseen circumstances. request the payment salary
: f I us'and which'we did our best to In every little detail consistent with conservative .
; Our Certificates. of Deposit offer a safe, far'as know, fulfilled :
So we we
i banking, we aim to please and protect our patrons, and I
,4 convenient way'of Jdoing this,-and they earn contracts to the smallest point .
'4 percent. interest. labored at least five hours per day ; their interests as prescribed by the rules and laws of our t
often more, putting one hour faithfully National Government and to demonstrate thru our association .
r i 'i', on the irksome but fruitful task : : : with the Federal Reserve System, the advantages,

r J t Bank of Orlando drilling backward pupils; the accommodations, security and strength alone derived by
State four upon the regular work of teaching >. .
& : ?: a "National Bank. ;
M .'.'..If;.. .' : . ' y the fuR quota of children. Without tt'f .. I '
., '
.:"" -..\..,. ' .' '' ,yO' .,' -. exception,. we can assert that Let ,us prove to you that "It is a pleasure to serve :. _
I '. -" ...r. ........ ;,._.1< .' .< have never found so good home you." r , f
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j''J .- done as this year, when the need
t 1 !t it was evident; that we never f

,. so great enthusiasm ,as met us,
1 during the shortened time we had
I work it was'possible to keep the
ii(:- dren's minds at high interest; and
V U.'S. ATTORNEY may we never assert,worked so hard pride to ; :.' ....., .... '.' ,.. .'. .. ..... -I----, ... .' .... ...,... ...... .... iih'.c .

c;:., When asked today what the outlook Washington, Sept.28Mrs.Annette minute count. We ; .,. .; .. : : :: ::
every 1."'; ';!ij ;:,, i,: "': ;: ;"; :; ; ; 'I' ;:;:> ";'0" ,, ; :
1, .;lwas for'new pupils, the principal of .Abbott Adams, of,San Francisco,was ,tiously assert that our pupils did **> :V fc ,* : : : .

I. \,the.Cathedral School Rev R. P. Cobb, 1 1i today appointed assistant United suffer. . .f ''K: V a e .t'.D. .

,$ ?1!;acid morning: "Very received. encouraging'a telegram, indeed.asking Thi :States woman attorney in the country there. She to occupy is the such first one This to us.money A teacher's loss has been salary a is ; :: ;; .':..'.".:;:.};...........,:(......,....-.h...:::..:;'.;,. :,'.,".:..;:.-f,..:.';:.:...:,:....."...;.,.._.... .'..:,:!.:.?....:".:...t2.. .. .. :""t"";).'.','';,.."" ",. :,'.:. ..':.":'.\.":.:.."..:;,:.;:.."..i... .:: .r....:'...;:

: 'r W to reserve 'rooms1' for two ;girls :& position. riously small, to lose a fourth of .. :
;r \Srom 'California, and last_night word unexpectedly is calamitous.. Since
';was'received of a pupil coming from BASEBALL RESULTS had no way knowing that
V "New York city.V Yes,undoubtedly the should lose these two months' .
r ,school,is becoming better known and Federal League of had made
some us Eva C. Mc- GERMANS AND BELGIANS IN T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
.Y 1.1 t will grow;.'osta enlargement. will. be Pittsburg 3, Indianapolis 2. which had to be met even though Beulah Roney, SEVERAL CONFLICTS Conscientious work at fair prices.
f t ."' Brooklyn 9, Chicago 5. in for six
r" one penny came Minnie Groves, Phone 629. 106 Court St 8-23-tf
Buffalo 10, Kansas City 10. Nine for that is the length of time
f V : BELGIANS ,OCCUPY ALOST innings; darkness. our last payment to the next in Baas,Miner Mrs.,J.Olive M. Paris, Sept. 28.-An Amsterdam Eat all you wantEat
} d _: Baltimore.5-4, St. Louis 33. pect All of us had to give up Johnson, Mary L. dispatch to the Petit Parisien says what you want.
London, Septr28r-Reuters, Ostendo1'1'e8pOldeBt National League ished plans for our vacation, some I of the violent fighting has occurred betweenthe Take a postscript and forget itFor
> in -a. :dispatch' dated Philadelphia 3, Cincinnati 4.; us had to borrow money. All of grammar 'Germans and Belgians at Schoo- sale by all druggists.l-7-d&w-lyr

F{{Sunday :.)8'The...Belgian troops .Boston 7, Chicago 6. have suffered for the lack of' ten, east of Antwerp, 'at Termondeand -
t'.in.:a sortie..fromAntwerp' yesterday Brooklyn 7, St. Louis 3. though we had earned it and it. at Hofstadt. There the heavy dwelling with
'jlttd.'advanced';-a little',over a mile in New York 5-13, Pittsburg 26. in the treasury for us. We reSp THE SEASON AT German artillery became stuck in the FOR RENT-Beautiful; elegantly furnished; on
' If* 'frtetiea. of Erp when they met American League fully ask that you sign the mud and the Germans were obliged to Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox.
i j t a strong body,of German. cavalry.tIn Detroit 11, Washington 3. which the county board has retire.It 8-27-tf
\a. sharp:fight.which ensued the Ger- St. Louis 7, Philadelphia 1. that we may have what is our I Sept. 23.-The is confirmed, says the dispatch, the
,'mansiwere; -repulsed and the Belgians. Chicago 2, Boston 5. (Signed) W. S. Coleman, here fell to that the Germans are fortifying You'll have to confess, it's in
1 fi ,,I.,occupied .Aloft"' Cleveland 5, New York 2. pal; Jewell P. Womble, Bernice Liege. Sentinel.

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