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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 30, 1914
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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ypj,' tp y y ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1914. NUMBER 198.CilE .
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'I G T'VING.:UNDER,-'GENERAL VON IqUKIN, FULL RUSSIANS. ClAIM STEADY GERMANS PlAN EARlY '

,'FLIGHT" "'WITH, , 'ALLIES 'REQUISITIONING ALL BELIEVED[ THAT 1 ITALY Y ONLY AWAITS A

:. ; U'(9IIoBILESJN NORTH OF FRANCE ADVANIES: SBGE OFANTWERP f


FOR, THE PURSUIT ARE COMBING- COUNTRYFOR 25,000 NAVAL- RESERVES OPPORTUNE TIME 1 TO JmN RELIES !


RETREATING BROUGHT FROM KIEL ( --- ;
Qf Conditional Surrender Met With
. AUSTRIANS TO BRUSSELS NOT QUITE READY TO ACT

Command, to"Shell the. Enemy"Despite GERMAN ZEPPELINS[ AGAIN BUT IS PREPARINGFOR
Galicia Is Almost Clear of Aus Antwerp One of Strongest Fortified -

trian Forces-Beat: Back Cities in the World BECOME[ [ ACTIVE[ WAR

. 'Owteights of Gen**: Fortes IB Despairing Effort to 'German Advance on and Will Be Difficultto

Ossowjetz Take REMOTE I[ CHAN [TURKAGHTING[{
? fBwak the,Lie of ,the' Awe Repulsed' at Every Attempt .." SEVERAL BOMBS DROPPED

t". ,I I Austria Amy Retreating Before Russians to River Washington, Sept. 29.-coL Gole- I Rotterdam, Holland, via London, YESTERDAY, ONE DOING

*, Diet, Which Is Last Obstacle Between jewski, military attache of the Rus- Sept .-Activity along the Belgian DAMAGE Revulsion of Sentiment in the
::11 .* v v' sian embassy here, today issued the frontier indicates the Germans are Ottoman Empire Is Against

i'i Them and Cracow following statement: planning for an early siege of Ant- Germans in
Terribly Cramped and
t tfl Joining Germany
"In the woods than German
i J near Argustov our werp. More 25,000 naval -
j Trenches From Which They
I h troops .ire successfully advancing, reserves have been brought from Austria
'ft. (8v c., F. BerteDi) Cannot Step Without ____
'- ,j ,' 4 '_' keeping up a running fight with the Kiel and Hamburg to Brussels and *

:)1 :PARIS, SEPT. <29.-(SPECIAL) THE GERMAN RIGHT I enemy. are held in readiness to serve on the Great Danger London, Sept. 29.-Notwithstanding -
"Near Ossowjetz,on September 27 improvised German fleet should Ant- Winston Spencer Churchill's
Jr WING HAS BEEN,BROKEN' UP, AND' NOW IN RETREAT, the fire of tfie enemy's big caliber werp and Ostend be taken. Paris, Sept 29.-A Central News statement of reasons why Italy
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'}.l PURSUED BY .THE ALLIES, 'USING ARMORED AUTOMOBILES guns reached considerable intensity. As a direct result of this move the dispatch from Amsterdam says that should enter ,the war on the side of
) "-" \ ') The attempt of the German infantryto British authorities along the Scheid further forays have been made by the allies, it is known in authoritative .

: i , AND ALL OTHER> CARS" 'THEY'H VE BEEN ABLE get close to the fortress was have increased their watchfulness,for Zeppelin dirigible balloons. Four quarters that Italy is not ready ,

., '1 I -. checked. during a siege of Antwerp England bombs were dropped on Deynze, nine to act. Still, there are reasons for ,
? TO IN THE NORTH DISTRICT. -
REQUISITION
? I 'In Silesia the enemy has been considerably might like to send reinforcements miles southwest of Ghent, and two believing that Italy, at the opportune
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;INFORMATION RECEIVED FROM, THE, NORTH OF strengthened and is manifesting through the Dutch Scheldt, which thrown on Thidt, fifteen miles southeast time, will be found fighting with the

I great activity. I would be a breach of neutrality, whileon of Bruges.At allies. "

1FRANCE: ,SHOWS' "THE.GERMAN' RIGHT, WING IN FULL RETREAT "The, Austrian sorties from Prze- the other hand a German victory Deynze the convent of St. Vin- Officially, the British governmentis

:t BEFORE THE -ALLIED FORCES ON GENERAL. VON mysl remain unsuccessful."In would bring danger of an attempt on cent was badly damaged.A doing nothing, as it does not wishto
the retreating Austrian army the part of Germany to use the mouth picture of the sufferings of the place itself in the position of
r 'KLUK'S RIGHT'WING. considerable disorganization is no- of the ScheIdt as a base from whichto German troops, cramped in miles of dragging Italy into the conflict. It

': .1 ticeable, units being broken and attack the British naval force in underground trenches and galleries is recognized that, at present, Italy's
iTHE ENEMY HAS SENT A "PARLEMENTAIRE" TO GENERAL '
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l:! ; mixed up. We 'continue taking pris- the North sea along the Aisne river, is given by the excuse would be territorial advantage

A, r: I': JOFFRE.OFFERING. TO SURRENDER ON CONDITION oners in large numbers, as well as Communication with Antwerp has Mail's Paris correspondent. If the to be gained through Austria's ,

capturing guns and war material of been almost suspended. men step from their trenches to the weakened position. It is expected,
?'j'T, I 'THE GERMAN TROOPS BE ALLOWED TO RETURN '
I .. ]. every description." The moment for the actual siege of level ground.they do so at the risk of however, that better justification will 1

,/ ,"(1'"'TO. GERMANY WITH. ,THEIR ARMS AND THE UNDERSTANDING Antwerp, according to the best informed their lives. At night the chances of: be afforded, and that then Italy will "
\: _, '. Galicia Almost Cleared circles here, will depend upon an expected attack from the allies strike. Meantime, the allies are not

;-s't THAT ,THEY FIGHT NO MORE., :;GENERAL London, Sept. 29.-A Petrograd dispatch the outcome of the battle in northern infantry are so great that every Ger- complaining at Italy's formal neu-

:;r: .JOFFRE'S R PLY WAS A' COMMAND TO SHELL THE I to the Reuter Telegram company France. Should''Germany'win in this man soldier must be at his post in arality. They are inclined instead to ;
/r : states that an army messengerhas battle the attack upon Antwerp will the narrow ditch. recount what might have been the ;
,' 'ENEMY.. i' announced that the Russians have be pushed at once, while in case of a The nerves of the sentries are sore- position had Italy thrown in her lot
.\; "- _. almost completely cleared Galicia of German defeat the troops lOW build- ly tried.. They mistake the most in- with Germany and Austria. ,

'EVERY EFFORT. TO BRF.\K;LINE OF'ALLIES: .REPULSED the enemy, who has taken refuge in ing a line on the Scheldt will be used nocent sounds for French infantry Turkey's disposition also is being ,
', at 1.1 '. : " f't .F-'. the Carpathian_ passes. Thor same to resist any' Sdgian attempt to cut creeping up. When a sentry, tricked awaited. Observers here think that t
;" saris';f ,Sept, 29.=(Special. ')-Thei.Geraaas ""Were'' defeated'ateverypoint source 'confirms; the reports of the the route of the retreating uus. by his nerve, fires his ,rifle'he bringsthe Germany has overdone her efforts in

t: .of-,contact today,' LtldJhea1l1es; 'were able ',to makefurther progressive destruction of the,.Austrian It is impossible to get correct fig- whole advanced post up at double Constantinople, as she is believed u

{ appreciable,progress. /( army. ures regarding the strength'of the quick and they find that there has here to have done in America, and in :

/t.-. In a desperate effort to)break through the allies' left, reps Ited, An eye witness states that two Ger- German troops, but according to the been a false alarm. i. Turkey there is reported to be nowa

:. A';: counter attacks were directed by the German right wing against man army corps took part in the bat- best information to be had from The trench system is most elab- revulsion of sentiment, which, at !

:: ,1. ,the British'and French but each was 1sed., tle of Jarpslau, according to the same Brussels enough German troop trains orate. It constitutes a whole subterranean one time; leaned decidedly toward the 1
rep dispatch. Russians had to take most have passed through that city since town with main thorough- German cause.

?. ,. .. Between the heights, of Albert and ,Combles the, Jlies have of the enemy's trenches at the bayo- last Monday to bring the number up fares, side streets and telephone It is believed now that the chanceof

i _. pushed forward until,the enemy's main fighting line/operating in net's })9int.PHmY. to' 150,000 men. wires running all along., Turkey's participating in the war

i: a the north',has been forced back to within 45 miles:of, the'Belgian The fortifications of Antwerp are is__ remote._ __n' h(


'x\ ,-...;.;;frontier.inthe; 'right bank of the' Meuse the' French, by successive and Y GIRL BRUTALLY worli reckoned In among 1860,the twenty-eight strongest in years the FURiOUS HAND TO HAND Bulgaria to Remain Neutral Despite

the of the by Eng- Action
after taking city of Turkey
vigorous attacksj.regained all ,they lost when the Germans made lish and French troops, Brialmont, Rome 29. It learned
Sept. was today -
their,raid across',the Meuse and succeeded in securing a foothold I MURDERED D. the noted Belgian builder, supervised FIGHTING ON N AISNE N[ through a diplomatic source that

'onjthe i :lower heights of,, the Meuse. I' the refortification of the city, and Bulgaria had formally notified the
ry. since 1877 it has had a line of forts that she is determined to
The. climax of the great battle, which is now in its eighteenth SLAYER USED HATCHET TO LOSSES HAVE REACHED powers

.,da y',,appears hear.at hand. The,French and British troops, especially KILL MISS MINNIEBRECKER well out from the inner defenses. In COLOSSAL FIGURESIN maintain her neutrality irrespectiveof
1907 the government decided to do what Turkey does.
on the'French left have begun driving home the
finishing away with the inner line of walls and BATTLE z

Wows anticipation of the supreme effort which it is believedthe replace them with an inner, line of MYSTERIOUS MESSAGE BORNEBY

:Germans'willmake.before:finally abandoning the advantagethat Police Are Following Clues, One forts on the right bank of the Scheldt Admitted at Hungarian Capital CARRIER PIGEON TO

still remains :to them after their enforced withdrawal from ( of Which Is Scrap of Paper The greatest importance is attached That. Russians Have Obtained ST. AUGUSTINE

aria front of Paris. With Unsigned Note I to the outer works. They consist Foothold in
in part of new fortifications, in St. Augustine, Fla, Sept. 29.-Bear-
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:t That. the final test of. strength is a question of hours is indicated Written on It Hungary
':--' part of old forts rebuilt. The work ing on its leg a tin cylinder with the
by the reticence of ,the war office, which is confining itself was begun in 1913. It is probablethat words "Germany 12-12" stamped
I Akron, Ohio, Sept 29.Police followed London, Sept. 29.-The eighteenthday
;a *t-to meager'statements which give no hint of the gigantic move- I this ideal was realized and that of the battle of the Aisne thus thereon, a carrier pigeon fluttered in
three
: J"meat'now believed( to be in progress to dislodge,the invaders from clues today in their hunt the fortification system is now prac- far has brought no 'decisive result, from the Atlantic this morning and

their.positions., for the slayer of Miss Minnie L tically complete.The but all indications continue to pointto was picked up by George W. Corbett, ;
Brecker, twenty-two, a pretty Akron outer chain of forts lies from a brother of Mayor Corbett. In the }
; an approaching end of the Homeric
Night ,and day the Germans have been making vigorous attempts girl, whose head was literally hackedto ten to eleven miles outside the city struggle. Hand to hand fighting now cylinder was a message typewritten

: to pierce the constantly' tightening lines of the British pieces here late yesterday.A and has a front of about eighty miles. raging with such fury is bound, it is in English reading: "September 24,

,and 'French who'are. effectively enmeshing General Von Kluk in wooden weapon shaped like a generally held, to decide the issue. 1914, off Florida coast, just sunk two
what' be inextricable tomahawk which had' been used by TWENTY-ONE PERSONS ARE IN- British ships- : : appears, an position. Not only is General All that the public is permitted to
VpnjHuk: ; threatened but also reinforcing army ,of General the murderer before he attacked Miss JURED IN SERIES OF ACCIDENTS know from the allied side is that so'far The marking on'the tin cylinder is
Brecker with a hatchet, a note, un- IN NEW YORK identical with that on a carrier
the British and French armies
Von Boehm-while General m Buelow is declared to be in grave which dead here r
% addressed and pigeon dropped -
unsigned, reading: have held their grip their positionsand yesterday
on
-: 4an'ler: in his position.on t e.right center of the German line. "Didn't you recognize me last night," New York, 'Sept.Twentyone have consistently thrown back : from exhaustion. The first 3

Iii;,the Champagne district on the'center and in the region far, and another bit of scribbling on a' persons were hurt-two probably fatally the masses, of Germans who have bird had apparently lost its message.

eastofthe forest.of Argonne fierce cannonading was resumed by piece of, cardboard, are the clues. in a series of accidents on sub- been bravely and incessantly hurledon
,the enemy Two arrests have been made in con elevated here them in BOER GENERAL BOTHA TELLS r
\. today. way, surface and cars an effort to break throughthe

;1t. *East of the Argonne forest, .and toward the Meuse, the enemy nection with the case but, accordingto today. Traffic was blocked and manyof human barrier. BOERS TO ENGLAND BE LOYAL TO
the it
is
police, not likely that the
the wounded were sent to hospitals In Berlin it is asserted there has
If h&(occupied strongly fortified positions and. but slight,
progress evidence will warrant holding either been no change in the situation and
is reported by the French : London, Sept. 29.-A Reuter dispatch
: commander{ prisoner. -
the claim of the allies that the scales '
ftr .- Miss Brecker had been interestedin from Capetown says that in a
CRUISER EMDEN SINKS FOUR have turned slightly in their favor is i
mission work in Akron and was speech to 5,000 people at Bank, in the
RIER ONLY OBSTACLE BETWEEN: RUSSIANS ANDICRACOW BRITISH STEAMERS ANDA stoutly denied.
widely known and respected. COLLIER Transvaal, Gen. Louis Botha, premierof
Losses Have Reached Colossal
i South Africa, emphasized the necessity -

t 1: :. 'London,,Sept ,29.-(Special-A Reuter Telegram company. THE WEATHER London, Sept. 29.-The official news Figures of loyalty to the British em-
The losses of the armiesin pire. The speech received by the
opposing was
4 dispatcH from
Petrograd tonight says the river Ruretz, toward bureau announced today that the Ger-
: the last few of the fierce Boers with vociferous cheers and
days combat a
which the Austrian,army is now retreating, forms the last important Florida: Rain Wednesday. Thursday man cruiser Emden has sunk four -
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have been colossal Even the official resolution of confidence in General
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'= : obstacle. to the Russian advance on the fortress of I cloudy. British steamships and a collier.
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i Cracow.JEALOUS. reports contain a gruesome picture Botha which carried by acclamation.
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-"$1.- Senate Finance Committee Has lying in the fire swept zone between COLLEGE STUDENTS AND PRO-
M- BARBER: MURDERED MRS. CARMEN'S TRIAL BEGINS
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the two armies and every fresh FESSORS JOIN CANADIAN : K
{ j j1' 'WIFE' OCTOBER 12th assault is adding to the ghastly litter.It VOLUNTEERS'Montreal
<' 'r .. >> ",. .- .the, War
'. ,' Tax Bill Before It Nowslow. seems now to be officially admitted j
: Bloomington, HI
": Sept 29.SpejealosBy ( Mineola, N. Y:,Sept 29.-The trial
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: : at Budapest that the Russians Canada 29.Two
; Sept.
-.e;J" t ;taL--Insane" . caused B. .,.D.. of Mrs.. Florence Carman on the indictment -
It : have secured foothold Hun hundred
a good on graduates and undergraduates -
.: age&32jformerly"of Louis- "
:.f. charging her with the. murder 'Washington, Sept 29.SpeciaLConsideration ) ., Senator Simmons, chairman of garian soil, having crossed the fron- of McGill'university and'anum.-
71'1 y, Murder Kis,,wife in.this ",of .)Irs. Louise Bailey at Freeport
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the finance committee said that tier in the
district
of the war tax. bill today Unghvar in considerable ber of professors have joined the regiment
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..1. is barber .born "
i ,last Jane, will ::begin on Mon
: in there were no'prospects of immediateagreeeht' strength. In the plains in that the militia department has
!ja'd: : :"i wife of be- os'begwt earnest today bl'thete
October:
.n day; 12,:Oat special session
lie MB the front of them the
: on fry cor Muscovites will find authorized the university to raise/
. ,1 ;1D'iitb. Louisvilleud of the j ,finance, committee, but so
a sapreae iurt.istrictAt
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"n' : mktee, and:the.outlook_is that it will their main obstacle to be the river
;;saint _jiVe tJT" ft. :torney,Smith .:was so notified, ]many! protests have been ,received -
today. take weep it for Theiss
'0< .:. "t' I a, complete reportto which is flanked by marshes.It the plains, but possibly fortifications
Ch,.t....1.. t', ,Il.i'ot' ; ;,... i'it\'' \,,., ( by the .'......a. cIiviei' n:, ; i ftat progress.trill be., eee sariy the, ;senate. is 'believed there are no forts on recently have been thrown up.tf .
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; ;, REVIEW. '.OF BRITISH TROOPS .those who have arrived have personality,make her presence among NEW CANCER REMEDY ': . '
, .h ;. .. ; : ,:. I expressed themselves as delightedwith the instructors a pleasure and a great Removes cancers, tumors of all I 1 ve=1T ,: 4")

the appearance of the campus, aid to all kinds. No money until you are sat- ,the] !'$, *J t'
\ 'I! which has.indeed been put into first isfied. Dr. C. W. Hains, 4-7 Warren : !: .'- .
can'r; t .1: -0
Bldg., Lafayette street, Tampa, Fla.
class
shape by Superintendent of
FLORIDA WEATHER
9-13-10t peoJ p. } -i :
Grounds B. W. Stone. Especially -
"n: .. j those who will room in Cloverleafand Surely there is no time better than KEEP AHEADOf otto, t'"IV""> oJ Jk ; : -
___ .'. the present fpr the enjoyment of the ing.3--'i !;
Lakeside appreciate greatly the your neighbor by reading the .,
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delights and
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remember Sentinel
improvements in ,
many appearance every morning and getting 4 ?:-' 11{' 'ff' !
: 1 .: _. and convenience which have been the present is always with us. ail the news first a hurry take it" &WEepaij
made But as to this glorious September
.. I _ during the the summer. weather, it is the very last word, be- Get the news in the Swtinel first. Shop. 12+!.
; .: : _ Among most welcome arrivals
I to those who have been connected ing just right. The sun shines warm

: i ___________ _________ with the ,college for some years, is during the day, and'at night the delightful
that of Miss breezes play over one, making &
t Susan H.Dyer,who with yur"m.Jlfn4
if t' ; : __ ; her mother is,staying at Miss Peschmann's a little covering necessary. If it
while could be carried about,one might takeit
preparing to re-enter .
{ around the world asking the question
their beautiful
home Lake
on Mait- '
; ::1 _ land. ,Miss Dyer,was several years "Can you beat it?" but nowhere. SchoolBooks and Supplies I
i; ? I the would the answer be in the affirmative.
9 + ago instructor 'in violin in the
\\y': _ ,'cii ' I school of music, and also organizedand .-Fort Myers Press. Will be our principal business for the next
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: directed an orchestra which was week two.
or Our
Aft new woolens for fall and winter trade in this department
4 a great asset to the musical work of '
will be on display and an experiencedtailor extends from to Foirisetta
-- the school After having completed a Tangerine Lake /
to take your measure, Mon-
'Photo by'American Prelal.ttnn. difficult and advanced course in the day, Tuesday and Wednesday. Let and from; Orange Center to Lake Pickett. We
_. music department- of Yale---.. nnivpnitvW.WJ'-'-- show Yowell-Duckworth
us
she returns to Rollins to resume her you. furnish every school book used in any school TI
R LII1is'COLLEGE school of music have been the work. Her Company.Get '
on thorough training and unfailing in the
county,. and any furnishing 'from a
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< campus for severaI"days.. Prof. Lent- energy, and the harm of her the news first in the Sentinel
: t{ On- Wednesday, September 30, Rol. hart, head of the business,school, has I slate pencil to seats, desks and musical in -

r :liM.'Coiege:' .win open'its rC doors, for also arrived, and is again settled in struments. We
;the thirtieth':year: :of ,its work. '.The Lakeside cottage. "IIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII, are headquarters for school -

occasion Will"be fittingly observed,the Cloverleaf cottage, the home of the supplies. _
-. opedng. exercises' being held in the ,young ladies, is also beginning to fill THECHASE&COPACfflN& .
toiumatten. o'clock in the mornl; W. S. BRANCH
up.l Mrs. Ferguson, dean of women, ,
.ing., Probably never in the history of and her mother, Mrs., Patterson, are HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs I ___

.the.,college has, the outlook at the 1 here, as also Miss Wilde, the house- I Tk Arcade Book and Music Store
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opening,. of school ;been, more auspi- ]keeper, Miss Deaderick head of the modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- :
.. ,cious. All* preliminary' indications j schoolof, expression, Miss Ely, librarian : date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the -

point to.a considerably increased'attendance -. :J and Miss Bellows, who will PROPER PACKING ,
i while a gratifying,number
:
j gain take up her work'in the acad
,; ofjupfls win return to continue their FIRST AID TO
THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S
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(- wor.----'---..'--- emy.When Dr. Hyde and Prof. Palmer, HIGHEST PRICESwhich

: As,th openiDc.day'approaches, I occupying respectively the chairs of however would not accomplish the end desired I
,
,
_: TRANSFERDr.
\ considerable,number of teachers and I :
: latin and mathematics, arrive, -
praccally
; ,pupils are already on the ground. All : the entire faculty of,last year by the of grower, if he did not also have available the services -

appear, refreshed by their vacation will be on hand for duty. This will B. D. WIENANGA, Prop.
\ rest, which has passed very pleasant- be an immense source of strength to
1S# 1 ,)7.for:most; all.seem ,eager to begin the work of the institution. THE CHASE & ,CO'SALES

/iiiii .again' the .school,work,' and, determined Among the students who.-have already - Livery, Draying and Hauling
AND DISTRIBUTION STEM :
that the coming shall he
I year reached the campus are Misses : ____
'the beat in the history of the institution. Geraldine, Vivian and Antoinette Bar- : which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, experienced

: ;: :With.this. spirit a successful hour, of Chelmsford, Mass.; Miss : competent and reliable. WE GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
'year is inevitable. rrillis Wesseler, of Victoria de ,las I _ _
GIVES THE GROWER
,Dean A. 'D. Enyart has arrived Tunas, Cuba; 'Raymond W. Greene, :
: from'his'home,in Massachusetts, and of Oak Lawn,.R. L; D. Henry Ford- I HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS

tI ,taken up his quarters again in Chase ham, of Greenport, N. y; Richard G. AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
I modem Darrow, of Okeechobee Arthur R. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
I Ball., Prof.: .Powers, of the I ;
language department, and Prof. Pope, Klemm, of Winter Haven; Edgar W.
head of: the school .of music, have Rose, of Lockhart; and Donald MMervin I CHASE & CO., Country Driving for Eight or Ten, Solicited

spent most of the'summer in Winter ,of Salem,N.J. The next two GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS
:: Park; and are ready to begin work. days will bring in large additional HORSES FOR SALE '
i Prof., Berkeley 'Blackman, ,professorof numbers of those who will during the Main Office, Jacksonville, Florida : : !4

natural science, and Mrs. Black. next''year made and enjoy the college p A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. ; 'Phone 257. Orla&k" ,. IV r I":" I

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.I On very easy terms, at a price that not only compares Room House

favorably with other lots, but will prove to be a rare bar ,
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// And large Bath Room. Four of the rooms located
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Grapefrait aid about 200 bearing Orange Trees, all b u d- .
,._% '. liberal terms granted. ground floor, with Verandas on east, west and north;
deL ORe acre of. Garden Laid, Bear lake a good 6-room .
., V. three Bedrooms and Sleeping Porch and large Baih Room
I I Boe.This. Grove is in.ceadition to,enable purchaser,
I on second floor; latest and all modern improvements
t T otelytoMakeagoodliYiRgbUttOiflcreaSe his bank
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Acres Citrus
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premises. Size of Lot 71x150, located in a very desirable
Z I patlestogetiadepedeRt. Will, advance money '
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if agreeable. Land
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favorably with any residence proposition in the market.
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...f neral. wkile;'JP6Ir! tilt gmt Atb"Jftie '

m&chiae. ,and predicting what it GRANDTogg's

: '. .. tIte world __:MematO: 1

entirely! 'oriook the.fact,that Georg S T :

SUingijf'Ij&i v e'has asaembledonVof ; :

the greatest bwebaU machine* 4. ? f4J

,that"'ever ,represent. *!, :the:"National, ( 7 + '4 q TODAY
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The Stalling!'..machine. is 'new. ,i It

doesn't :run :qoite.a.. 8IIi oth as the "

'paid 'P1. 'I*deJwt. : .'machiBe. :because. Millions
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'. it's cogs are new. :. and all. .the.'.roughwa ,
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:. on;some,of.the cogs:haai't had A Vitagraph special complete in
two
tim< ;
J2to .wear away. BUtflTt} a-:

.haithat'Boeton; "machine" has a'terrific ., parts featuring Norma Talmadge and Van

.,drive, a .terrific 'poWer. Dyke Brooke.
You
andal ._ can't beat them.
I. endurance that is :marv l "_ .(.
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;,. l tic machiae ..'ti ch a huge edge .4

'.on:the.little heralded bet:grea Boston "Wanted an Heir "
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:,I >the" Mason with a'higher,rating 'thanthe A Kalem comedy, featuring Ruth Ro.

Braves./They wil have won more Photo'by American Prau Ioc1&Uoa. land, Marshal Neilan and John Brennen.
; and 'lo fewer.
games On.the sur-
.'faco tais 'wodd 'seem;to show that -

tile' Athletics '.are:far superior as a in July before it's cogs had grown. In all probability there will be aspeller Your wants advertised in the morn

\ taJn.. Bat,'in'digging under the'surfacej' tired. in the city Monday evening tory ing paper stand a better chance of "Cracksman Gratitude "

., :' you win find that"the. Braves Day.afetr day the Braves' machine and catch the board of trade on producing results-because its readers ,

since the latter. part.:of 'July have. seems to grow better. Day after day that Florida dollar proposition which are in a position to act NOW. A

played better .and<< more" 'consistent the, .rough spots seem to grow "will swell the showing to be made in The Sentinel classified ads. reach thepublic Biograph drama. You know what

baseball. ; than ,have ..the Athletics. smoother, and, looking at it from this the California fair next year." There at the right time. Give that meais .

When the' angle, it seems that George Stallingswill are being your
1914:season opened Connie caught many suckers nowpon ad. a chance..

:Mack had bismachine. intact He ,send- into the world series a machine the project to boost California

sent it along which may rank with the great at the of Florida and 3:
on its course. He didn'tneedtq expense a REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY H. Have
experiment,> 't'need to wonderful machine' that has brought word to the board of trade should be C. McDANIEL you heard that '

'.tinker! He. had plenty of material so much baseball honor and glory to sufficient.-PaIm Beach Post.
Twenty acres on Lake Gatlin
Philadelphia.n ,
-but -what t- was. ,the right combination, about 18 planted to and ORCHESTRAWatch
That t was his: big, problem.' Outside LIST YOUR PROPERTY oranges
of Even at second'and'Maranville: UNCLAIMED LETTERS with me now, while 1 have the time grape fruit trees, 5 years old, fully
t to look it over and familiarize myself 1,0 00 boxes now on trees. 1f you desire it
short"he_wasn't _,which' ,have List of letters with grow.
men remaining uncalled the talking points. I made the this property, will be divided
: qualified for .the:different positions for in the postoffice at OrlandoFla.., largest number of sales last winter -
giving two fine
He placed Schmidt at.first ,and kept fo the week ending September 26th, and expect to do even better this win- building sites with
him there 1914. When calling for same please ter.; My prospects are beginnig to arrive Lake Gatlin in front overlooking
although the
big.Germ n say "advertised." and it might cause you to lose three other lakes. Price for 20 acres

made mistakes: during the early part W. R. O'NEAL, P. M. a sale by putting it off. Call today 12,000 or $6,000 for half. 5c
of the|year. that lost.games 'for his Men's List-Adriano, ,Raffaele; Albrecht it my new offices in the Watkins I letter Nothing lOc
team.*\But Stallings saw diamond P. R.; Branten, L. P.; Bron- building and list your property in Florida. Owner has repeatedly -

.in the? :Constant a son, Steve; Canada, Perry; Elick, WALTER W. ROSE, > refused to sell, but on account
(rough. playing and Moses; Graham, John; Harp, J. A.;; Real Estate. Phone 555. of sickness, he is unable to come

the resultant gathering of. experience flopson, M. E.; Hyer, J. ,(2)); Jones, to Florida to live he
,has developed Schmidt into of Jake; McEachern, Alex; Marshal], as intended. i
the most one George; Murry, Willis (2)); Powell, Two 3 acre tracts overlooking Orlando
reliable first sackers in.the Dr. M. W.; Stuckey, Lenma; Sherman 5.IOURISI! IRAINS'5flOI -fine lake view, good neighborhood ; TOMORROW
game./ H. G. i
; Sumpter, Ed.; Sumpter,
good land and
Stallings didn't;know what Gowdy I R. H.; Thonet, Jos. H.; Whitney, Mr.; splendid for Mary Pickford and the "
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NORT1 AND surbarban
WEST homes. Four.
'could do behind.' the bat. He had I to Wood, A. S.Women's.List-Allistia 12,000. Price $1,000 each. "Big j
Mattie M.; "DIXIE
;,: 'experiment He wasn't sure which Banay, Mrs. Rebecca; Collins, Mis "DIXIE FLYER"c -built for comfort and
:of his outfielders were,the three he Maude; Campbell, Miss Ruth; Crawley "SEMINOLE LIMITED"v conenience4arge FRIDAY

,,, needed 'for regular duty. Again I he Mrs. W. E.; Davis, Mrs. Mary; "MONTGOMERY ROUTE" lot, stone garage, 1
Dudley Mrs. Bertha Fine Mrs. I t. 10 acres all cleared, north side
,hid to experiment. ; "SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED"
The pitching J.j; Gooch, Miss Martha; Hardy, Mr Lake Ivanhoe overlooks Orlando The Valley of "
.question was a I.hard L. M. ; Pullman .Cars from the Moon
:. one for hint to ; Haffner, Miss Mary J. L; Chicago, S t. splendid land and fine '
home
solve. He didn't know that the right Hawkins, Miss;' Jackson, Mrs. Hon ;- Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville, and intermediate a site, ,
ra T. Lasch Miss points to The stucco cottage on Cathcart Stone
combination was..James,, Tyler, and ; Martha; McKinney Jacksonville,Fla.
; Miss Lelar; Ramsey, Mrs. L W. block north of Eola' Park Coming-"JUDITH
Rudolph until.he.had tried. out. some Schultz,. Mrs.. Frederick ; DINING CARS just OF BETHULIA."
; Surency: Via beautifully.situated and will be soldfor
; 'lost othhersw&ptche: poorly d .Mrs. Grace;.Wilson, Miss, ATLANTIC COAST LINE >* $6,000, good terms. 9-11-lm
for, him.
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$ ',.had' to .juggle, experiment and In. st&teefmria.Court of the County Judge Orange County Hillsboro Hotel Tampa Fl a. LAUNDRYYour 1t -

tinker.,, .:?Time; and again; he seemed In re Estate of R. G. St iner. A. W, FRITOT, D.P.A. r S.i- ____ __
: to'have his machine in workin To'aD Creditors Le &tees, Distributees and 38 West Bay St., Jacksonville, F]r a. general laundry work, French
all
goNer, Persons having Claims or Demands dry cleaning, and pressing will be ap- "
;1it would make a few Against said Estate: preciated.
perfect revolutions Satisfaction
and
Look service
Too, and each of at the label
yon are hereby notified on your paper
arid then ofie or another the and required to present any claims and de it shows the ; guaranteed. Open September 28th. llarnmond&Uore
mands which you. or Hlicr of month and the year to Phone 654. Reel's .Steam
cogs/would slip.1' He had to : you may have Laundry,
.tear the against the estate of R. G. Stringer deceased, which your subscription is'paid. :for whites only. 9-25-tf
: machine down again and rebuild.. late of Orange county. Florida to the under
signed executrix of said scription accounts are due in SUb-I' FUNERAL S
1It. '.wa alpfig:.about.:July 7th, that year from the date hereof.estate within one Read the Sentinel want ads. DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

rstauings'iot; .hi !machine .into,:real 4-ll-8w Dated April MRS.'tb.A.'D.. 1914. = -
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STRINGER.
: ,working order. And tnen he'sent it i UMHHMimilllllMMIM- -II-REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
:.along :on:: its : NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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way., The result'
:was
:: that the Braves have played.the most In Court of'the County-Judge, Orange Conn I ROLLINS S COMPARE

tthegam'sensational baseball 'in'the history,of In b.Y1orida.re Estate of>Thomas. :Williams. COLLEGE[ [ Winter Park

.. The team, seemingly h e- To all Creditors Legatees, Distributees and ), OUR FURNITUREWe
lessly jammed into last all Persona having Claims or Demands
place, started against laid Estate OMesi
I : College aad
Most BeauWaI
.cwith ,the:precision.' fa lo.ef and the You and each of yon, are herebJ notified GroHHds iM 1 Florida provide the quality furniture
tad required to present any claims and demands that has long'
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speed of
a cydooe.: Terrible! and relentless which you. or either of you. may have College, Academy, Music, Expression, fine Art Do been accepted by knowing furniture buyers
: it.moved'along against the estate, of Thomas Williams deceased. mestic and standard of as the
Industrial
smashing toshreds merit. If
/ ': .,late of Orange county, Florida.to theUDderd'pecl Arts, Business, Teacher's Coarse an article is here it is good.
every bit I of .opposition1 thai executrix of said estate within Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights fire It wouldn't'be here were it otherwise. We can't make
two. from the date hereof. pro I
yean
,;offered never' shopping,.,never hesitating Dated July 10, 1914. tection,JSne gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dol this point tooclear-it is one of the foundation stones
in its. whirlwind dash from the ELIZABETH WILLIAMS. lar endowment. Three of this business, and that
teachers means much
of to
t _'::"' ...; .. > .'" -. ' 8-Mtw-Swto. .. music, $5,000 any buyer.
organ
lowuen_ :aepUlS ,.to"the'crest a dozen pianos two ,
: or we Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb
new -=:
,National League: NOTICE TO CREDITORS rooms for business
school, full
,When Stallings got his machine In State Court of of Flerida.the County Judge Orange County chemical and physical laboratories banking equipment. New KILL: & DAVIS BLOCK
equipped with
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[ :into .motion the club in'last la re Estate of Win. Smith. modern device every ,
place analysis Cor.
; of soils fertilizers : Orange Ave. and
foods Church
St.
I jW astanding; ol28 ToP all Creditors Legatees Distributees endeD Preparation water. Orlando, Ha.
for
games won and erioi having Claims or Demands agains engineering course.
r 40 iost-a! percentage of";.412. said Estate: Lales
The boating, J
Ton. and each ef swimming, golf, 'tennis football
I 'Athletics you. are hereby notified .
on the same day July 7th and required to present any claims and demands Christian, but undenominational; expenses -- - = -i :
moderate.
r.r\ had a standingof: :.631: having which. you or. either of you, may have Scholarships available.
won For
against the estate of Wm. Smith, deceased, catalogue address -
I f4lekaid; ; lost oD i.25., late of Orange county Florida to the undersigned -- -- --.- ,
I* .From 'that 'point it is administratrix of said estate within HILLIAM
on fair to two yean from the date hereof.te4M.rehLA.ft1I1& FREMONT BLACKMAN
I .Judgethe tespective qualities of.the. ,
|: two..teams--and ; .ELIZABETH J. SMITH, .AdminbtratHv.
the judgment: favors, Ph. D. LL. D.. President.

>e Braves,.by a hatthynarin. On NOTICE TO CREDITORS .
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rthat day. the. Athletics -were 14 full M" Tit TT flail Mill III III
I. Ia Court of the County Judge. State of
games.,. or{219 points;, ahead. .of' the Florida-la re Estate of C. H. Fox, Orange '
I Brave& Bat '' ) County.T I WHERE SHALL I .
I look at the standings all Creditors, Legatees. Distributees and GO TO SCHOOL ? k
dad you will find that the.Braves all Persons having Claims or ''Demand <
I' ,against said Estate: FLUKUIA > 2
havendoeed; STATE <
I .that edge. almost to You and'each of you, are hereby notified COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDAC
I apttiag.. / and required to present any claims and demands FOR WOMEN
I; which yon. or either of you, may have GAINESVILLE
: he-Athletics1 machine started on against the etate of C. H. Fox, deceased late TALLAHASSEE.College BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS

I I '* WnbE streak'just about the same of Orange Executor County of' said Florida estate to, within the undersigned one of Aria and Sciences;Normal School;: LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS

time;.as, did the; 'Braves., It kept year from the date hereof. School of Male; School of Expression; .
I r Dated Feb'y A. D. 1914., School of Art:;ErleDsion Division; Graduate; Effective
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id. College from
apace >with the BraveS.for. School: lladem Gymnasium with swimming and Dhkiont; Liberal: Arts: August I, 1914 to August
H. A.SHREVE r Law
';weeks,'and:then the Phi ade Pm many maI Executor modern pool: basket buildings bill;and beautiful tennis courtnew dormitories and I College; Engineering Experiment; Station Agriculture: Extension; Teachers Division 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction .
campus
chine. Mop Ped.'.Something hare al modern cenvenienees; ; newI besides: Graduate School Ten new brick bofldings during that time:
> and was wrong, NOTICE OF EXECUTOR JO* FINAL dininz room nd kitchen most hygienic in gymnasium swimming i o.Iind I
: .soawthing still'seems to. ,be DISCHARGE Florida; 418 joung ladies from 49 cwmties many subsidiary buiJdiD 11 officers<,
jWrong._...The, ,' Athletics after h Court of the County'iscg%. State of Floe- and IS states last ...Ioa. structors i? Florida and atsisUnta 854 ywmg faea Touring Car $555.00
gaming Ida, Orange County TUITION FBEE in College and Normal eountta sad 14 States and
,a:lead .of nearly.14 games over their In re Estate of Chat. H..Garvin. School Bca4 Eel entrance fees for the foreign countries last aeu OD. Runabout 505.00F.
TUITION -
:nearest 'rivals ; ,Notice is hereby given, to all whom it maneirnth&tontheflhdeiofAugustA.ft Tear $124.00.. Tot eatafene write FREE, Board and Entrance rI13UO -,
seemed to. "crack." ie EDWARD CONRAD Pnaident per- year. Write today for catalogue 0. B. Orlando. Afl can folly equipped.
.Weaketeam$'.'eame along and beat lilt I shall apply to the Honorable Wm. A. A. MUBPHSES. President
:them. 'The Red MI artin. Judge of said Court as Judge of ----. Firther we win W Ue U cbUin the uaum efficiency .
t s&xj; runners upi: Probate for: my final discharge as Executor in w factory production, and the minimum cost fa our
the, pennants figk,:beat of the estate-of Chat. H. (Garvin deceased; : purchasing and sales departments if reach
tfeem six and that )IIlIIIittt we aa oit/ot ef
: at the time
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same :wfll present .
times out of.thfe my IHuIi0tIHtiIiIIiiIiiiisoiiIIisA IN.MI cars between the above dates.
144+
lieven: atempts, final. accounts as Executor of said estate, and .
and the Athletics ask for their approval And sfceaU we mask thi production we agree to pay asPgbarafa.i$4Ote9Upercarosrsb1t
iaye eeae. .penlously -, I ;Dated,.February ,7, A."a 191*. CONWAY/INURSERIES L" the
.close to,losing oat in thsir pennant t l .-,' LENA B;;.GARVIN. Eueutrh. Allp 1.1'1$) to every retail buyer who purchases a sew
fight. : FirS car between Augut 1, 1)14 ,and August 1. IMS.

: -The ,Braves, pitted: agaast fiercer NOTICE .TO CHHWTOESla GROWERS AND DEALERS'INAllMiiVarkLiesoIftrisTre For farther particulars regarding thee lew prices sad profit
: sharing plan see
opposition! than, the AtWetiei have State Court of of Florida.In the County. Jndge' Orange. County :

ftiledaack.'I .- 'ttey/haTe re Estate of Bernhard.HuppeLTo : : P. G. RUSH .
along day 'afeta? day gone all CredUors Legatees.; Distributees and ,
: playing better all ,Persons. having, Claims. or. Demands :f.: Phone 226
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baseban] than the:day before. Their against,said Estate: ., .,. .. .: T.rraEIv.Preprfeter. S 5S
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'J' chine has ) "You, and each:of.J'OIIIo are. hereby .notified : ; L <- : i .1
jeen'wakini constaatiy and required'to present any ekim and d*. *i *.Q LocdStJeaman. 't FS
lor..Marly three months.. :Bat ., mands wUeb you. or either of ,.. May have .I .Gfen St'Mary x rseries j '
neve :
9. )tEA
against the estate atBnhai.d, HuPSeI "' . ESTATE : '
once has .the. machine: sto p '..;.Jt ceased late of Onag.annty.'Fxide'Vithevn4Rt&aaertX.tMM j 'Box U,. K. F.' B. Ife. t $ Florida. :

moves today.with, *me peei 9, oae : .:...Me.ivftyftbedetibeaL . I ......,...., . .. .
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Fioriai SeitiielMHtr (67 W. S. Branch) !f FOR BRICK PAVING -
(k A. R. who for several
; MO1NINi'6 I wEclYf Bogue,
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"t --. ."" The prize, ,baby at a "better babies" I I I At the meeting of the city council years has been one of the expert '.
!' ,.: ,: ,IeBGllll ,. art Osnraliatar.d contest .in,Huron,'S. D., at the''state
!i f yesterday afternoon an estimate'was right,hand men of Chase & Company,
fair was Gladys Katherine Tillman,
) .at the'pottoOee at Oriando,,Flop. : made of the cost,of the brick paving will be in charge of the big Orlando
+ Hail Matter. 20. months old. ,,whose parents live inCarthage ]I
l Ida,.u Second Claw t per square yard in order to determinethe packing house of that concern the
,J S. D. Her score was. 97.5.
assessment against abutting coming season. Mr. Bogue was raisedon
SUBSCRIPTION,,RATES
Her nearest competitors were Marjore
Daily..1"Tear .. ..... ............... $5.00Daily. property. The figures ,show that an orange grove and has been en-
o. Pigg of Huron and Clara Skunk;
,1 I Months,.........-........ ....: %..50t , every property owner, in front of in'the business so long
t .DaU,..I Months .............,........ 1.5 of. Crow Creek Agency. It is some gaged orange
Daily:1-Month ,................;...,. -... whose premises brick is laid, will that there is little he does not know
honor to be "fatter than.a pig, bat
_-r .Weekly, '1 Tear....:................ SLOG hard.luck to come in competition with I I pay $1.35 per square yard for it. about the proper handling of citrus
: I j. Weekly,:6:Months ..!..............,.:. .7 a.skunk. fruits. The packing house over whichhe
I ONE CENT A MILE FOR U.rv. will preside is thoroughly modern
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f' ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS. PAYABLE. IN I
I, > ADVANCE REUNION IN LAKELAND and is fully equipped with the best
r ,One of the bloodiest'battles of the
OCTOBER 28th machinery for packing, and
proper
1 .TO ADVBETTSE8S: civil war was that of Chancellorsville.One \I\
I under the management of a gentleman '
I c.p r; her: tIIpIq aid aQ ether wHet hundred and seventy-seven thou- Preparations are being completedfor \
of Mr. and
r tartUa mat he handed la at the busmen Bogue's popularity
sandmen engaged in the Jc
were con-
I,I .ie..t. the Sotted net later than 2 p.a. holding the reunion of the Florida ability is'sure to do a thriving busi \
the day Mere p. Ikat1e.., This rale applies flict and 28,000 were killed and Division United Confederate Veteransin s
U 'ehaaffta 'er outset adrertisiac; it isfamriable ness the coming season.
wounded. But that mere skirmish
aad will he strictly adhered to. was a Lakeland, October 282930.

compared with the conflict now The camps of the state have arranged -
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel going on .in'Europe. FORMER ORLANDO CITIZEN ORDERED
for the reunion visit and from
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tinned should notify the office in writing on '
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the date of expiration, otherwise it will be information received at headquartersthere
continued at the regular subscription rates Statistics show that a baby is bornin will be of the and
one largest
until notice to stop II receired.WEDNESDAY News comes to Orlando that Captain -
Germany every 16 seconds and one most enjoyable reunions of the body
B. Cotton, a former English res- c
SEPT. 30,. 1914. dies every 28 seconds. That rate held in recent years.Transportation ident of this city with a beautiful
might basil right in times of peace
cost is
always a
home on Lake Lucerne, has been or-
but after the present war is over the matter of interest to the veterans
The worst seldom,comes. ; dered to the front by the British war
increase will need to be much more and the railroads have shown their I
o' office. Captain Cotton left Orlando
than that, to make up for the hundreds sympathy for and interest in the rem-
The Florida state debt several with his wife for
is only a years ago
of thousands of lives that will nant of the old army in gray by an-' f -
: paltry$619,000.- pay up. England and has since resided on the 'i
be snuffed out of existence
fare for the round of
nouncing a trip
'
c o Isle of Jersey, but he still has many i
_ The;;Miami Metropolis says happiness one cent a mile plus the usual twen-'friends here who will hope for his
Another difference between
a type-
I ty-five cents. I
j is a habit Also hunger, to the : safe return from the scene of war.
writer and a woman is that you can The announcement of this rate is i
s, tt' extent.
same get rid of a typewrier.-Tampa Tri- made by John L Inglis, general commanding f I
bune. Mr. and Mrs, M. J. Daetwyler arrived -
the Florida Division United
t For a neat and attractive paper this morning on the three lOUR
On the other hand find
: some,men Confederate Veterans.MR. TAILORED
U every day' in the week the Tarpon that a typewriter (if she is young and I o'clock train from Winchester, Va.,
Leader.is a winner. I and are now at their pretty home on
has often been the of
i pretty) cause ELMER HADLEY DEAD OF
West street for the season.T. .
getting rid,of the woman. PARALYSISMr.
,An innocent thing HATSWe
young inquired .
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yesterday when all those soldiers en- Jacksonville, has an alligator um- I and Mrs. Alfred Hadley re- F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.
gaged in Europe.are to be married. brella factory advertised its ceived a message yesterday announc- Conscientious work at fair prices. '
among
i Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf
{ . o Business enterprises. Wonder if they ing the death at:Richmond, Ind., yes- ,
fun #- It is rumored.that Harry Thaw has will also make parasols for the 'ga- terday morning of their son, Mr. Eat what you want.

; disappeared, but there ,is very,. verygrave tors so their hides will not get Elmer Hadley. The, sad information 1 Eat all you want. have a paramount feeling
dancer that he.will be'found. was unexpected and was a severe Take a postscript and forget it.
ra tanned?
. o shock to the father and mother.Mr. For: sale by all druggists.. l-T-d&w-lyr that our knowledge of what will

, A few: articles bearing'the .stamp First the Kaiser's heart was bleeding Hadley had visited in Orlando be "au fait" for the coming sea-
Made in r'" greatly because of the death of his men. frequently and was comparativelywell MMMIMMIMMMtlliMI :
to_ the prosperity and commercial. act Now it is bleeding ,because of the known here, .where he had son is being thoroughly appre-

iivjty.of this section. j beautiful cathedrals he has been compelled planned to make his home. He was ciated, judging by the numberof

>v -o :--- to destroy. But the above were about forty-three years of age and a McCUllOCU'SDepartment
'The advocates; football will be only figures of speech. Now if it conductor on the Pennsylvania rail- enquiries and resultant pur

j pointing to that New :York man.killed could so. happen that his right armor way for the past fifteen years. His chases'made.. '

playing ,leap frog;' as"proof. that all right leg could really bleed froma death was caused by paralysis, the

sports have-an element of danger. wound, it might do much more good second stroke proving fatal I Store

.d o han_,to merely have his heart bleed Thursday the burial will take l'l'On : OUR TAILORED HATS

Harry Floyd is thirty-eight yearsof theoretically. place at Richmond, Ind.

age, and,figuring,according to the * r: certainly bear the mark of

_law of "averages.'he will live to write The Times-Union! had,, an "I told LECTURE AT PINE CASTLE TONIGHT / Tumblers

L* 10,950. ordinary newspaper.,columns you so" editorial in reference to the : Jelly dainty exclusiveness-of high

.Of discriminatingly' selected adjec- outcome of'the president's Mexican I I artistic merit-that the East
, "tives., policy and in the same editorial inti- 'Dr. George T. Bennett will give a : ; Fruit Jars

.0 ,mated that "grape juice diplomacy" lecture on temperance at 'the school: and West, especially the West,

The Sarasota Sun declares the had been a failure in dealing with the auditorium on Wednesday. :evening, I are noted for.

. :Times-Union is,afraid Roosevelt.will matter. But the.,world at large applauded September 30th, at 7:30. No admission allkinds
n- -tt :join the' Democratic party. Why the wise judgment and the will be charged but at the dose

should a Republican:, ,paper worry' watchful waiting policy of the admin- of,the lecture a free will'offering will Our stock this season is cosmopolitan -

about the destruction. of the, Democratic istration which saved the nation millions be taken which will be given to the

party?. of dollars and thousands of precious school piano fund. Several musical in its great t variety.We .

I - o lives. And there are quite a selections will also be given. Everybody freserving Kettles are proud of our showings.
.The' Palatka Times-Herald.remarks number of people who still. believe is cordially invited to attend.'
fl that it'is "strange that the man whoruns that President Wilson and his cabinet and ask inspection-without

; for an office generally rides in ,with all the information they in Washington nearly as well as the South Orange Avenue placing you under any obliga-

an auto ,after he gets it." What's .have on the subject, can handle the Times-Union can handle it from theeditorial
strange about'it? ,If we ever'get'an present crisis from the cabinet room I room in Jacksonville. itlHIMIIIIMIItllMMIMMMiMllltlllllMIHtMIMMMMIIIII tion to purchase. .

F .auto we shall,ride in it,regardless of e

.. whether,we ever run for office. "
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A The columns of-the Sentinel are.always -

.. open for discussion of pub- Onion SetsWHITE
! .Ik questions by its'readers You are

r invited to write as often as you Do You Know the

please. The stipulations we have ( AND YELLOW)
. to 'make is that your communication

- be.written on; :one, side of the paper PHARMACY HICKORY

only, that it be,as brief .and to the .McELROY'S. GARTER

point as possible,'and,that your name r
is. signed to it; not necessarily for IMMIIIIIIIIMIIIiliHMMMIMtllMMIIMIIIIIillHttltf_

.publication/1-.but for o our" protection. ." " " "iiiimimmmiiMPiitOnce For Children ?

y.
'Dr.: Eliots' observation before the ,

Social Service society that "during !
1900 years:of Christianity the white They are the best and strongest -

t nations of..the earth have caused i made.

1 1 'more great wars, have inflicted more i

Ef II I gruesome atrocities, have precipitated a timer Come tomorrow and see the.

U more: brutal. 'massacres by far than upon g ood&

i all the pagan peoples," is an indictment . r 'M

I not of Christianity but of man- i WITH EVERY

} \ 3:1: ,kind's failure to live up .to its teach-
lJ t ings.. Christianity sets ideals higher There was an alarm clock who wanted to When he-was dead sure he could make i PURCHASE OF
t .
,
4..+;, t than man easily reaches-and it is in ,get up in this world. a clean sweep, he hung out his sine and : GARTERS A '
_; h. that that (stands, eternally authoritative
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,:;; n i 'and.compelling. Mankind must So he had himself fitted with a regular bid for business. ; SCHOOL TABLET

J' 11. ever- strive, towards its .ideal. Failures watch escapement, a light-running motor, GIVEN AWAY
r iii ures' are ,incidents. Aspiration must Today there are three and a half million
selective alarm calls and large
. march. easy-
1:1: keep On the forward! =Exchange names on his calling list-he's got the big Prices 15c. 20c. and 25e. pairDICKSO'N"IYES
,=-. I winding keys.
,
gest practice in the alarm clock business.
o Then could him in the dim /
so they see ..
_St.. Augustine is not toting fair I
:J- ::4; with', Orlando and the .other Florida morning light, he ordered himself a His name is BIG BEN, the best oversleep -

. :j: .winter. resorts. It's all right to see great big'white dial and large, black, insurance that anyone can buy.!

; }: sea'serpents in order to attract tourists .
Sold by. _
clean-cut hands.
< = r .1 but:'when 'it "
e comes; to frequent'aayal I

:. I r ,.battles;it is taking advantageof \

: t' aha interior. ,cities., ,Only a fewweeks j . I
i 'Ii 1 ago St Augustine reported the ,'_ , .''." i '
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:.' sound of eannon,from naval battle . 1. : ; I.

; 'J and now comes.the.story'that'eamer CO.I.
:
-'t it 1 1 pigeons, have alighted' in; that' city \

<: .M with.a'report from a.German warship
t fih; of,.the sinking of two.British,vessels.

;:. 31, Of course.,the'message from the German -

f'!! .ship .was: typewritten,in English T.U.vanstheOpposnE Jeweler DEPARTMENTAL STORE
'1 Ali J ao that.,the ,St., Augustine publicity

l. i :manager:could readily, read it.Ye:

,'. :..:ti I. '.are> t seriously. _, .' 'considering ,having. 'an ,. .,-. ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
r r1IIIII"IIIIIII"I'llllllllllllllllltl.
E : .:aerial battle'.over Orlando. between POfiTorI'ICi
I pFrichae ft _iN and a German dirigfete. -- A

;' 'J 1 < Cfeeas tfcat will make 'those .EXPERT' REPAIRING .AND ENGRAVING ; ......

,,; ; naval battlir. feck,. a gitney with ., -\ .. A' '. S ; N : . .' . .

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, ''' 4.4 suaeeaepiidtoday which offer the rH
.WADE' home seeker, greater opportunities FAVORTE THEATRE : 'clcg
. BUICK CAR
J ."' TO_ TUNER" t -' than,, ... he, can' find between the: two 1 ....::
CMLANDO oceans. Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. :
FLA.
AT SACRIFICECOOK How
Admission 5 cents to Provethat
Mr., S. H. Atha, .of the real estate r .
BOY'atee"andhelp? ,the town. firm.of Cooper &; :Atha, has purchased a
: MMIIIIIIIIIIIIHMHMMTODAY'S AUTO CO.
T a new Buick automobile from the II Fountain PenWon't

the:"Seaiaed: aabseriigtienh ok Garage to meet the demands of PROGRAM

Jjst-rl: tomorrow, but ,,, : ia'enlarging business. 101 Bison. "The Oubliette," from IMMIIIItMIMiiHilliHISPECIAL LeakTOOKttUiefecdtnbe.

.- the story by George Bronson Howard Ifitscnmd-

'Mr.,J. P...Haaey. of,Biirbank, ,.Flit.,;, >.Ir. S., Waters Howe, the popular in Century Magazine, presenting MEETING OF SCHOOL The*J like Parker the rket-the Penwoatleak:
Lucky Curve
'is a late_arrival.at.the-s- San Juan cashier of the State bank, and his es- Murdock McQuarrie and Pauline Bushin Produced BOARD YESTERDAY t.wi..1W,. tkt f.rnr.cursing Feed Capillary Tube-
three dramatization.
a part Attraction. This
timable,wife, who have been visiting under the personal direction of -. ef feed tube as in picture draws the ink instant out

Mr. R.A.. Arnold'has returned from points.of interest in New York state, Charles Giblin. The county school board held a special Parkers goo turn wtm'tleak.pea upr iht. Tbitt why

,/;an' extended trip to Portland, Oregon. will return-,to Orlando today. meeting yesterday for the purpose -- feed Ordin tubes ary f ia own which twin pens ink hare atays straight even _

YOU MAY PAY YOUR CITY of settling with the contractors, when pea la point up. Air inside orpenezDandingframheatofyaarbody
:Mr.'J.R.::Weeks left yesterday George Street, the well known colored TAXES OCTOBER '1st Cahow &' Parker, for the construction force this ink out onto end of pen. ,

t;Jacksonville- to look- after. business barber, formerly with the San of the new Orlando grammar Fens Standard JLSO to style$250.00 Parker according Lucky to Curve size

'matter- ban barber shop' is preparing to City Tax Assesor Boone announcedto school building, which was occupied D tad ornamentation.
Hew Parker Jack Kmf. Safety Pascannot
shortly open an up to date shop in the council yesterday .afternoon at the opening of school Monday. leak if it tries. row can
em!
Always bear in that Orlando Winter Park for white;people.Mr. that he would have his books com, Thp building was accepted and the carry it i/iU. / v.. Prices$2 JO UP.ER.

I is the best city on"earth and tell oth- pleted and ready to turn over to the balance> due, amounting to about

1 era'about itMrs. .. Harry N. Dickson was among council by October 1St. As soon as ''6,;OO, was ordered paid to the con

._, the; Orlandoites arriving yesterday jl they are approved the collection oftaxes tractors.
: Winnif red,'of Apopka, and her from ,the North.: While away Mr will begin. A special meetingof

daughter, Miss Mildred-speit,yesterday Dickson visited New York city, Glens the council will probably I be> held RAINY WEATHER IS DELAYING LUCK URVt
'in Orlando., foils and other points of interest. today or tomorrow: to accept the PAVING tTiN.A\ : I P E'

' books. Hew Parker
DkappMriaf
Mr.; R.* :T. Hancock, of ,Richmond, Mrs. ,,Briggs and daughter, Miss The holds onto your pocket Gap
contractors the
'Vais the arrivals'at the San Mabel, arrived home last night from city officials like a snapping turtle YatST u
among_ OVER 500 SEWER CONNECTIONSHAVE
and the public are anxious for the and ii,.,,*.rt into its ..
'Juan':last'night, North Carolina and other state BEEN MADE __ street .hell when you want to DII":
paving to forward
go just as write. '
-- where they have been'enjoying the

Mr. and Mrs. R.,.C.Larramore are. summer, and 'are at home at Eola According to-the records of Plumbing rapidly as possible, but just now old Money refunded if,
Jupiter Pluvius is timekeeper and he any Parker Pea doesnt
t speeding today in the'city. .They are'stopping' Cottage.Mr. Inspector 0. A. McIntosh' 625; wills it that little work be done. Following dealer.please. We protect ,
at the San'Juan.Mr. permits have been issued for making
. ?, Chas. ,Pink returned,yesterday the almost daily showers the Get a leakiest Parker Pea into roar
-; with
Orlando's
b connections
new sewerage ground is too soft for brick laying pocket Ware tonight!
Paul W. Orchard of Arcadia afternoon on the Tampa Special from
system since the work began with best results, with the
is among, the,<.prominent' :,Floridians. Los Angeles, CaL, where he has spent about two months ago.* As there are that there is little consequence o
spending. the day, in Orlando. the past three months. He is now located about 3,500 connections to be made though more favorable doing; AIlen&CoJewelers
'i' \1: for the winter at 733 West Central paving
before the entire city will be
-f connected er is mentioned by Street weath-I
After an all summer visit' to',the avenue. up, there is no danger! of lack sioner Johnson in his prayers
North, Miss Hallie Fernandez againat of work for the plumbers for many night. -
J' ;Mrs. E. L ,Berryman, who has '
Duke Hall;:havSig arrived yester months come. I
day. charge"'of the ladies' ready to wear '

department of the Dickson-Ives store, NEW FURNITURE ;STORE ON TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY U Reliable Repairing D

*,(Mr... Frank Rails, who has been intown I returned yesterday from New York CHURCH STREET -
for the past few days,left yesterday where she assisted in, buying their WANTED Young lady to work in

'cadia. afternoon'for his home in Ar I large stock of fall-and winter goods. I The in newest Orlando mercantile is a furniture establishment storeon 6-30-2t dry goods store.-W. M. Slemons. i hc nOClI' ud]


Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Miller and West Church street which has just FOR RENT-Furnished for light . ,'

Miss Hannah ,Paul of the Eola yesterday from Tunkhannock, Pa., opened for business with a complete housekeeping, suite of large airy
Cottage; returned yesterday from a mother, Mrs. W. P. Miller, returned stock of goods. The new store is located rooms, with all modern conveniences. '
Close in. 312 N. Main.
6-30-6t .Jm9'
summer spent'in North Carolina,''including where they spent the summer. Theyare at 125 West Church street and &P

Ashevflie. now busily engaged getting the 'will be known.as. the Orland? Furni WILL BE CLOSED Wednesday,

-, 't Wyoming hotel in readiness for the ture company. September 30th I:
on account of holiday
Miss 'Sallie Magnder, who has fall and winter travel Preparations are being made at the but will be open Thursday, 6:301( i Polish Your Silver

been visiting her old home'Rockledt Se, a. m., with new bargains added tour Ii
{ Mr. and Mrs. W. Leer and family Rosalind Club for the winter's social
the East Coast returt ed fo Or Y. !
% on great annual .sale. H. Kannsr'a
lando last night. of Neosho, Mo., arrived in Or- season. The vines which have grownso New York Bargain Store. It Wrights Silver Cream ElectroSiUcon. -
lando Monday night over the Coast rapidly during the summer are being i

Y. Line and intend to make Orlando carefully trimmed and the grass .
Mr. Max Blaas, of,the MontgomerySmith'Piano T. P. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber.r.
comPanY,.left yesterday their home. Mr. Leer has purchaseda cut for the opening reception which Conscientious work at fair prices.

morning for: Lakeland in*the interestof place just. southeast of town and will be on Thursday afternoon, with Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf Pick Your Teeth
the will engage in trucking. : Mrs. Jas. L. Giles in charge.
company. r Don't overlok the want ads. /

: I Mr. J,-M. Guynn, accompanied bhis Y With the Gold Medal
' Mrs. L. P. Dean and 'children and 'Mr. Walter Cary-Elwes, who, accompanied Toothpicks
; daughter, Mrs. J. B. Hayes, ar
by his brother, Frank, has
Mrs. D. M: Topliff ,returned to Orlando
last evening from their visit been taking a motor trip through rived in Orlando ,last evening 'from 'VENEER CORESALL
:' Florida and Georgia for the past Ocala en route to their former home ,
New York state.
to. - - three, weeks, writes that he, started in Ocoee, where they will spend several -i LENGTHS QUANTITY AND ANY Potted Plants Cut Flowers Fnaeral
,
'-Mr. yesterday on his homeward trip. He days with relatives and f riends. Special prices for October. a
k and Mrs. E.,A. Waldo, of West
,Palm Beach, are among the 'yisitorst is expected to arrive here in a fewdays' Mr. Guynn still owns considerable e FIRE-PLACE Stock up before cold weather. Designs, Wedding Decorations.
property in and around Ocoee. CHUNKS AND
: *' Orlando today.' They are 'registered Also
f r
at,the San'Juan. OAK WOOD
Mr.' J.. S. Brown and family aramong e Rev. Herbert Cary-Elwes'wife and
it.tMr. Gray' the ,new' comers arriving in !children, who have been sojourning in Orlando Wood Yard THE SANITARY GROCERY
; Rush left yesterday for
l Orlando this week. They are fromVinita Orlando for the past month yith his
Atlanta, Ga, where he goes to, looafter B. W. Kingsley, Proprietor 'CARUTHERS & GORE
Okku, and, have purchased a sister, Miss Marian Cary-Elfes, on PINE STREET AND R. R.
his allotment of ,the. famousFord
': for'anctth place near Pine Castle;,where they will Lake street, leave this mom g for Telephone 344 Phone 200

cars. r'year. reside. These people were induced to their home in Melbourne, Fla Dur 9=30 I 6 & 8 E. Pine Streetflllllllltl.I.llllllljlllllll.I..I..II.II.I.

I I locate,in Orange county through read ing his sky here Rev. Carjj-Elwes I
:Mr. Aubrey Smith, and daughter I . .
,
.
ing the Sentinel has had charge of the services at St.Luke's ,
1 Miss Johnnie, returned last eveningfrom Cathedral

delightful l ,visit to pointsGiurgia in A better state with better opportunities Dean Retri en.i in the absence of tt :::::ttllMIMIMmillllttlMMIMMMMMMllMMMIMM '::::: ::::::

and North- .Carolina. for the average man than Flor
'0 f
," ida'can not be found. We grow a lit- ., .
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J Even' in ordinary life the--unselfish, tie of, nearly everything; grow that ttiltltllilMHMIMMHT.I.BOURfflAN

people are the happiestThe; ,dissatisfied little good; we are improving everyyear

people are" those.who, are. seek- now on what we produce. Have .
1nBhappineea_ for themselves alone. better'methods; giving fruit growing Licensed Plumber and
\:\ and trucking more attention. < Sanitary Ejigtaeer

'*. and 'Mrs.i Floyd .Tyson were > Estimates Furnished. Jobbing

among i the. Arcs -neat- '$ $" mmee"plc' peo Wherever one goes throughout the Promptly Attended to.

[visiting.Orlando',yesterday. Mr.Tyjson ., city he sees 'the evidences great PHONE 629 .
is,the chief'of'police' of that improvements. Passing along East
. city:, Central avenue one observes that the ip6 Court Street "
r 1915 Hudson 40" Here
I':! --- Uniarians.have added a neat wing to RUNB0, RORIBA H
j'T.">. HOui BAN, Licensed Plumber their chapel for guild purposes, and d

: eea work,at,fair'prices. today;the;masons are busy laying a 4-al-lm ,, I

.Ph.J1ie 18. 106. Court St 8-23-tf sidewalk about the chapel
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::. t Every'dea1er in oysters, as.'!ell asa NotlM t Lett,' Waatefi. tor Sake. Ftrcnt and see him. ,Also Overland, Hudson t

.., ;every hotel,aad, restaurant 'serving. flfc, fur this whaan, JSc for OM djy.tttjpr and Phone Chalmers' 646. livery service. 6-26-6t
., ,. 'tT 'tiwro',,;will baveto'pay; a lie en8etax- I $ ttm data;or '1.W'Jo, (u* ask brB
;f vorfc':or ko.. Mo&9. inn smniayUw
state
:to:tike, the:earning season, and '
Try Sentinel classified advertisements
adrcctiMMto fcr this eons ar nowffl'U -
P it is expected fth laws{protect
L rciuoe' : and on'creditFOR if wanting to buy, sell or rent V
Mg1the sbeU fish mdustry will be,rigidly -
> i: hey are money makers. ORLANDO
: il enforced" -. ._ SALE-Five gallon nickel plated .
,, 1 i,,1 :For:dealers i selling oyeteraorclgfls coffee urn, as' good as new, at' a
\9 removed from the,shells the season's bargain.. :_31::C. Broome., Box 573. TREES FOR SALE .

i license:fee is"$5. 5. In.::the'event:of 9-25-6 The Terra Ceia Nurseries have for ;.

'. 9 the'sale of;each'food in th* shell'the FOR SALE One or both of'a team variety sale the of Walters grapefruit(Florida, from Standard one to) Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection lime
i' ii# _.' license;is $2. 6,'while-a"fee'i of black mares, weight 1100 and! three years old, budded on three to

of $7J5"tevch rged ;dealers':who sell 1200. Good drivers, single or double.II four years old rough lemon roots; .c ,
C. E.Enlow;Winter,Park, Fla. and the Heart's Tardiff -
one
orange J
such Products .both in the::shell and - - .111111111"1111111111.1. ....
:; 9-18-tf year old buds on three years old
J'. removed from the,shell An:addition. rough lemon roots. All in first class
; : al. .f 81ceMI, ':for.nailing' expenses FOR SALE-Good driving horse, will condition.
: t1 .must'be paid with the. license "work anywhere; new ,onehorseCacey TERRA CElA NURSERIES, I
wagon. Quick sale. Apply, Terra Ceia Florida.J. EuSJ:1'rESS:
)' ri fee.Owners, Magnolia House, corner of South and C. Rowell, Manager. .
j' f1;{ of boata who,engage in the- Boone. streets.r. 9-24-6t I Correspondence solicited. ,
1 pusineM of gathering shell fish.must "
1'1 f to',the state FOR SALE-Seven room house; 21-2 ;
Hewe according
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I pays "
acres best garden land; 125 small
'law. Beaten:selling' direct to co*> budded,orange trees. .Inquire L. Box Important friendships result from the right introduction and
i\ tamers aut' also take ,out license. 671/city. 9-22-6t PRINTING MATERIAL ,

The attoraey; ',general",has ruled batE For Sale-Silver Cluster Grape the most important ones come through the right banking con-

E l\1\ feotdf;and restaurants serving.clams "rait.and Valencia late orange buds. FOR SALE nections. Association is the
or oysters.mast pay a license of $ .25 VIgOrous stock, 50c 1 year; 75c 2 ; keynote of all business success. We

_; 11'!;j per. ,It,.i...said. that.the:purpose of the -23-2m years old. H. C. McDANIEL.' Consisting of : invite; you to open Account with us where a personal interest ;

U law is.to .protect -one..of. Florida's. FOR SALE BY OWNER Job Press, 14x22 with fountain. ; is taken in every depositor. '

\\,1 I greatest 'iadastries,, ':and, ,provisions About 2,000 acres' of good farmingand Imposing Stone, 26x44 in frame. a-
fruit land in one solid tract, within -
.,j .an 'ma4e. topreveat, young oysters ,five miles of Orlando. An ideal Perfection A Wire Stitcher.

t j and clams beiag gathered" and also, place 'to colonize. For particulars One-half Case Wood Furniture, 'ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO.
the carries moral of young shell address "A," care Sentinel -27-6t 280 pieces.

'fi&h from deposits. :It:is:against'the WHITE, LEGHORNS FOR SALE-A .12 Galleys, brass lined, 6"/4t23%. x+eR .\.t IIrnmIwlIm1tsrntmunuwzwwnwnnnntnnwnnnnthj.

ii'' :law.to dredge or scrape such shellfish few pure s. c. White Leghorns; 1 Galley, brass lined, 12x18.

+ f .'from..their,beds, 'the. '.use of tongs being stock chickens, and a few splendid Horton Mailer 1 i
cockerels. Bred to lay strain.
the to young
designated as correct''JIay Utility Lead Cutter.
\ J.W. Gaines, R. F. D. No. 1. 9-27-3t
x obtain them., --- 30-inch Jewel Paper Cutter.

F ;E.t : FOR SALE-Forty in acres of fine the 1 Challenge Proof Press, 9x27 with 11:: I jitiiiilfll: ;;: :: I ;;;;IIII'tlllIII&' ''fiTlinnilillllllillliiitCLOTHING MIMMIiHIIIIIIMHIiilt
land
c A HOWL' AND AHINTThe.min hammock ; eight grove; iron frame.
;, present crop of oranges will be from
-' 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, 1 horsepower Motor.
\ which"those genteel ready for setting-10 acres in lake, 2 Counter Shafts with pulley and

'gunmen :who)1.ai in :printers' supplies one and quarter miles from Apopka. hangers complete.Ink .
1. ; Price, $5,000. Address W. H., Box
have ,up'the prices on 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf Slab, 12x18.
eve wed 'around newspaper About 1,000 Ibs. 10 pt body type. .

g \i\ office w amply klososterous. The ink FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. Several job fonts, racks and cases,

r.6 I 'factories have shot'tie price. "of.news Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas- quoins and other material. .
tie. 9-18-tf > Our stock of i
; ink upfo; a'.pointthet:-makes'Gilde- This material, is all in first-class j new

roy's.justly'famous;kite.look.,like,.a ,FOR SALE, OR RENTHousewith condition and will 'be sold for the ,
sunken sularme1 The. paper barons all conveniences; unfurnished at best offer to close an estate.
act as'if; they.tfcoagfct their- wood. -pulp" 106 West Concord Ave.;'price reasonable j
: ,; to small family. Also on second APPLY P. O. BOX 35 .I ML and Winter Clothing
product:ought to bring'yas much as floor of 201 West Concord Ave, a
'India bible-stock. And;type! Why, suite of three rooms with bath and ORLANDO, FLA.j
you'(think type-metal was composed toilet. This suite is arranged for
light housekeeping, all furnished, two
of two parts'of; ;radium'and one part
:
additional rooms' might be arrangedfor
auroraborealk.' )Even Aunt Mandy if desired. See Wm. L. Coryelel, Made by SCHLOSS BROS. is coming in
Jackson,.m her bid tat washing 201 West Concord Ave. 9236tConcord ,
,, oa* totter;qf.eda- : 50 per ( Avenue, is o be paved). G.COInsect

; _. sent ,higher# than .that" quoted when and we are anxious for you to see our

.< .. we,were.thinking of having it washed FOR RENT
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last ease.year.. ,At that,;we could manageto FOR RENT-Two rooms for light' Killer Will New Styles, and high class tailoring. Best

throegh'this month if some housekeeping, with aH modern con- Rid
.Y '.of,oaralue&subscribers would'ki k veniences. Inquire 312 E. South St.
place in the city to buy clothing.
: in with-rt a':little of that 'emergency 9-25-6t Your house ol all insects.
currency. Even a' few old fashioned.
FOR RENT,
ii'? dollar(bile would doEx.. Rooms for light housekeeping; modern QaarlsSSc. GalleD $1.90

up to date; furnished or unfurnished
GOOD, RESULTS IN'ANY,CITY on Lucerne Circle; with garden For sale by
W. M. SLEMONSHilUmMIMIMtiilllMtllMlllieillltllllllllHMHUM
t.'.__ fruit and flowers. See J. F.
Watkins. 9-24-tf
r The;:Orlando Sentinel,. discussing Carrnthers & Gore
the annual visitation, of advertising FOR, RENT -Six rooms for light
Furnished unfurn-
housekeeping. or
(and .other)'fakers, tells 'what everyone
ished. Apply 409, DeLaney Street. Hill MlillMMIilMMIIIIItmMtCMMMtttMitMM8HMMMIHimiMltmiitltMM
,eventually knows, that this class 922tf... NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet ::
of fall and winter visitors bring nothing .. '
potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. .
with ,:them' :the\unwary,by talking big things'and 'MISCELLANEOUS, Co.. Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf 111:111111: \ \\,\" \\\\\\\\\\\\,\,\\" \tt"t\\\\, ,\\\\ \\'\

'get away:with, money for, Which they WANTED- TO HIRE Who is your painter and decorator?

,have promised much and deliver little. Man and wife to work orange grove. U you are. satisfied keep the one you .)71I.JffiJ
The Sentinel approves strongly of the Box 396, Orlando. 9-27-6t have; if not, phone W. T. Entriean. "

i, .wayan'whiich'the: ;: merchants of Tam. N" R.'& 1-20-tf

t pa guard against: the itinerant faker r
GOOD TABLE BOARD with rooms
; ,by: agreeing:amongst:themselves not at 305 South Liberty street. 27-6
';" to patronize any .outside advertising Were to
scheme not'approved after investigation WANTED 400 sour orange, 400 ne aeracooORLANDO. j They
grapefruit stock, 2 or 3 years old;
. by'the board of trade. It :would must be thrifty, good. State pricein "
Seems..that'an agreement of:this kind reply. Address."Grower," care of FLORIDA
;;4 Q might be''Centered upon by the merchants Sentinel .. 9-19-6td&w (Formerly known u PeH.CUrk School) : f

.'\ of,any'town or'city with good POSITION WANTED-Young mar- REOPENS OCTOBER I ..IDe Married Soon

,"t. results.: -Times-Union.- ried man ,of good habits, refined and
A Boarding and Day School for Girl*- .
well educated, would like to take Rerular and Special Coarse*-Primary. ,
1i
x "'The superintendent of the, fairgrounds charge of orange grove. Thoroughly Intermediate and Academic CradeaMndcArtElocntionPbydcal -

d in Orlando,is:very:busy;,these competent ,and in Southern reliable._ California.Two ,years'experience Domestic aad Sojronndinn Science Climate-Admirable Healthful Situation Cohort i Came to usto see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of

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days preparing for the coming the : Address N, Box 178, Sentinel. Teachers-
Careful Home Life-Capable be attractive and comfortable
home
; Birmingham, . baseball,. team of the 9-26-3t Low Rates. {four r five rooms They wanted their to
'Southern which wit -- me amount 01! which they had available for the furnishing of their
league. train' in FURNISHED ROOMS-An excel- Her. Roderick P. Cobb. BliMP Mann yet boner
.. that city next season Extensive and lent location. Apply 418 South Lake Rector. President. horn: made expensive peices prohibitive. .

:expensive: changes -ht the building St. 9- 3-pm _. _- They spent Considerable time with us looking through our large stock.

and arrangements are being made forage and them some new ideas. They were
POSITION We I ffered
WANTED-By well educated a tew Suggestions gave
accomodation"ofthe baseball men. man, as chauffeur. Temperate Dudley Matthews muc pleased with,what they had seen and took memorandums of what they
One big room' 12 by,45.feet in size.is ,:honest and industrious; careful i }
,, beog constructed .for them and in driver. If you have work for a thought they should want.
man of these qualifications, address ARCHITECTURAL AND GENERAL other to make sure that they were doingthe
,this roes. there will be. thirty. lockers,, "Chauffeur" [ After looking around in stores
Sentinel
care 9-22-6t
it .suffkieat?." --:to'give.each:player-a separate DRAFTING. lest possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their or-

: oae., ,And:there will be fiveshower BOARD AND ROOMS-House newly Blue Prlntineand Map Work. Patent der. nith. us.This. '
bathe'with both hot and coldwater.Eviry furnished' and remodeled. North, office drawings,' show cards, and is typical example\ of hundreds of homemakers whcm we are
and era cooking. $5 and $6 per week. general ,commercial art. Pcrtpectiycs a
convenience ee eom'f Excellent location. Magnolia House in color or flat washes. plea !n#.
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4. !'t'U.tcan' ; -be. suggested. is. beingprovided corner South and Boone streets. Mrs. ROOM.Yowel1Dackwort. 12 We extensive: stock of serviceable, attractive homefurnishingsgrating
for'the;team. The'.Orlandoites Marie.Lewis,'manager. 9-4-lm ,, carry
,are preparing to give, them a Building from the. lowest priced which are eood, to the very best. Your appropria"on -

warn.reception ,and a good :time. FOR SALE-A: No. 1 saddle mare, PHONE 54* for furnishing your home may be anything from $J7j toiccoor more

,They; coeldnt-have' selected better Wright's or buggy, Box horse.567. Address,9-2-tf care 9-tO'diwtf -yci1 can. make.the [most 0} it with \:5.If .

'I 'traimag PIaiD, tie"whole! co1intri.- -;;>'"'" <, --
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c: Tampa,Times. SIDEBOARDSFor

:(f" : sale at once. Large sized. Good In: Ioodl 1 WQO I
a 'RARE BARGAINS condition. Telephone 370. 9-29-tf
Kincaid SnowdenI
&
; t Don't 1' be 'cleeeived. Seeing is be- SMART PARCEL DELIVERY BOY Excellent Core ,Pine Wood Sop
'fi' \Keviag.,,'The. best:stair to buy,'real ,wanted at once., Dkkson- ves.Co.,
:estate of is.the man'.that has actual dry roods dept. 9-29-tf plied in any. quantity I I

I 9 i. .espartoee lam, 'aad in,4 citrus the ctkivataea'' fruit lands of ,truck' and, i TWO COWS for sale, .'one of them .I, Firiihre of Character at Popular Prices

tawws:what land is when' se sees it i has a young calf with her. Both SPECIAL PRICES ON FIVE '
The is a-man'of:that:kind in Or- i Jerseys. W.. A. ,Branner, Maitland, Orlando Florida
S -.: Have him show 1 L Owner's :i Fla. 9-294t STRANDS OR MORE Cor. Main and Pine Sts. ,

s on:all_property;.no:padding or r r .
booRiBg.. iII II WANTED TO BUY chickens, laying '
F,'G.:ARNOLD hens. .Phone' 446, or'call on Mrs. ; .. .. ,
_, W.. L Barnett 4th floor room' - -"- -' -- .--
c < Seooed Floor, Room 1. 10, ,ELDIEDGE..IARLOW = -
*3 TeJefheae,Exchange. Bldg. Yowel1.-Du rthB1dg. 9-29-3t; .fjL fer t In ton to WOOD ,FOR,SALEs FOR SALE
r J Don't wait every, one
9-264'*.' w ,Orlando. Fla.i WANTED Telephone 375 y have Bmtrieaa," tfce ,paaier; before -
"f TO EXCHANGE a large /.t Nursery OJH, two tt gladr
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We",iuwrer.rich'aslIea: Shetland pony for a larger horse. '' Seatk.Street Rear A. C. L. 10U try.; .bt. ftrbe .the For,the month of, August I will > year oId r"t I\\
1M Reel's Steam PteM.tai:'_. 1... :. OJ at 85 cents i + ft
> : :teal estMe'at'6per;oeeta Laundry, 814 N. Orange V up. -' ... .. sefl at my farm, pine per .
mt yes QiaftMeeLifc ft Wco avenue,,,or phone 654. 9-29-tf Tracks .. $sb ft .. :' ."'.f' aV id,aad oak at$LOO;.also semebgBcaeap. Pinceppie,. Jaya, ,Rmsiiw ; "" h;

Cviy ''. ,TaMfe _g __ ." ".' : : .. ,.. .., .A.' S. Hodges, S.:1; ;el. .A4 tet"M\ i.'
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:EARLY<;: FROST 'SHORTENS :CROP" ,This'-paper: has repeatedly statedthat Wood $1.50 a strand u>.. Hand's I II I Iliilii

.,. 'OF"'CUCUMBERS.' ,, it wfll' do 'no good, to ask "the Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
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F t. ;...ft'.ll.this-. ," weekmaking .. mate character. ,He is selling the S
"We, 'are',.jwt. ""5 Up to date pamtmg, papering, etc,
.- from 'the'new of I :for the news and advertisingthat
t s pkkte. crop paper is the kind you want. Where to get .
':; cucumbers," said'B.'A/Hancock,',of .is in it and nothing dse. it? Thafs'easy, phone 6e6. W. T. ,
'."1: ,the Dixie ,Piekliag and .Preserving Entrican. 1-20-tf Of PREPARED 'fOR f COlD WEATUER
Sentinel
''company.MThe:new"pickle season is Sabseribe for The Daily .1 '

f now,on and we will be.groieSifLthe ;
-new- 'crop throughout. *the:rest.of the tMtMMIIMillMlliMIIMMIIiMtltmilltmiMiUtPackers ,
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:percent"The cucumber,' shorter, ,.-- crop. tin" this- last year. year's"is 50 : S .i : f\, < '. .f'
The. R li r m! .
crop. There ,-have rbeeat'three short ug! mJ J
crops of' cucumbers- .and the' present This cool spell reminds us that it will not be .
: ,season finds' the'1 stock: on bandrthroughout '

,.: : 'the country',the shortest long before cold weather will be here. Are you
'for, ten'"years. ((wMigber; prices forpickles

,will therefore: prevail:for. the : ready for it will wait until
arrives
or
present year ,The higher: price:of and Shippers of Citrus ,you before .
-sugar will form;an'additional feature {
.for;the'Wgh price of.sweet pickles.! ,I Fruits and Vegetables. you have thatGas
::expect,.notwithstanding the high
;price of pickles,to;see; 'the most active, J will:;operate alone under'above name and shall appreciate i

; ,season in years. ,for;:our pickle, proInducts. the,business of,all who have and any who have
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: not.patronized me,in the last three years. For information '
sgt:f l lt ;:'Ycij irly:frost
ttiJ 1J'!3' the. t.t i r riji won of ,call on.or write me at my Packing House at crossingof Heater

\fituJ, ei t t1..#; 'c :;eoftheptes Concord Avenue and A. C.,L. R. R.. in Pine-a-cure
;t TJ.'l1" J.jt\ tf :?;The ''crop building;which:I am equipping with Mauld's latest machinery .

: tfi t.4}hS 1J= ;4 t. Lost: which earlynfuts n ... and<< can t consequently ,givejrou ,same..service, .. : .
"1ro.int: : !!; which has always spoken for itself. (
PUT IN ? -
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:ft 4i tT $ a
'Lu.: ..,......,.,,:' ;.._6iLnte'',:ou. My efforts will be to,sell all possible before resorting
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,1UUU 9.-tnifu. .tQi:'CRANBERRYKAISEJS. :: , \1 W.: A. DADE, Gen. Manager. Better "prepare; for war in time of peace"and

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..- We- .have' beard'from the'cranberrycrop. 9-18-2 have it put in now as we will be rushed when

:-; . Cape'Cod folks.are happy over .

&'.crop,of.880,000' ; 'barrels.' Now'how. MiMltHttMIIHIIMiaMMIIimmiMIMIMtr' ... _ , : that cold wave comes. .
i,about'the turkey supply-Rockville
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: "; .. the "Cape Cod.folks"':are.not
='as happy:as one-might imagine. We SPRAY NOW FOR WRITE FLYaDd'.SCALE I
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"were; down among, 'em' 'tether day ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
;:and they Care figuring.*' big loss on :SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE SPRAY
:account :of' the' advance: in:the prices
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>of r;. ,the.reduction of export"trade GAS DEPARTMENT
; ' and- "the big .Western 'appleSinop. Kills i every White Fly Larvae, Sale, Rust Meand ,

In short they.look for the big=: : :Red Spider, i is hit. Removes sooty meld tfAUJJJJJJJAUJJAUJJJJ.U UM.MJ I
,.J;;gest?Jjarve/t and least_ money in I and insures,healthy trees and bright fruit., September 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111IIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIH-
=year&! .=Guilford '(Conn.Times.' . I If and October are two : of the best months for

::1 d spraying for White. Fly ana Scale. .Prevents. *ift-. WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES I .

f -MOTHER! AND ,FQUKCRILDREN sects' from.sapping trees all winter, and brings them '
IN FARM:HOUSE. AND DO ALL KINDS OF
PERISH. 'FIRE, out in a good healthy condition in the spring, thus, $8 Cbblon and

\.t.- ."" insuring a good, healthy growth and bloom. OPTICAL REPAIRING 'Return $8

Champagne,' HL,: Sept, .-Mrs. i
< -Joseph :Stone, thirty; years':old, and J.. SONARR & CO.. Orlaifc, Florida. : VIA"Clyde
:her.four_children,'_lost their lives in I .
,a' fire .which early today, destroyed Schorr's ,Insecticide will not injure: the White Fir
'their 'farm house near here., Stone, I FuflgL .. 9-9D. and W 2Itwftt Line"First
who .sleptin a portionof: the'house '
HIIIIIMMimtlMMtllMIMMMIiMlimillllllliMTHE DR. L H. RAMSDELL
apart from the others,"escaped.- .
OPTOMETRIST

$ ,It Is is,so,many weeks. since"rain' fell;I ---r---,t (8MceMor to Dr. 0. P. Lttte) Class, Meals and Berth IncludedThis

that the:world' is as- brown as a chest, tr-J; ... ORLANDO. FLORIDA
nut and.fruit and late'crops:are..suffering. jJ1J$
Meanwhile: people. arejsayting ; special rate good on any of the Company's

:"we;need rainvery 1 Badly but I Di You Want a Good steamers August 22nd to October 17th .c
'')hope it wont rain on'fair,day,_or fait inclusive.

w ek." ,Ifall* these prayers -are. MARKET \ Billie ii tie ? .';'
,granted,:inasmuch, as.fairs throughout Country Return Limit 10 Days - '
.'the state, will linger well. into October : j
the,'prospects for the slciangof.a -
:'; thirsty earth are not veryeneonrtigiag.Guilford : OfCleanliQess Of Quality Ships scheduled to 'sail from Jacksonville every

: : (' ConiL)\Kmes.. f Our list containes some very attractive Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.'
The shipment'recently of .cattle by FRESH AND SALT MEATS I 6
: 'Florida'.to theChicago propositions both in city and
the::thousands from
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FISH AND GAME
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market,ought,to'be:a.great !. \. '
and
reservations
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will
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country property. we
:iaeenttve> ;'to Florida,people .to, raise ,,Kept n4er the .best saaitary caatitidaa.. \k apply to

more ,cater:;' The first. shipment-by' verity,,ellledW- free their, 2M' keptfreeiaM.wte. ;t pleased to submit, ,them to your. H G. WENZEL Fla. Pass. {
the*great packing house.of:_Armour & Agent
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and We,toftte taop 122 W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
riftd.in; :Ch\cago't j4 order or to rent, we invite,you to .call at ,
,wltAonbe'lose" of af single.steer... .A 'e'I'Qe'Mest LI&.
aecond.'installment: :went :forwardaMplo ' our office.and.list, :your.property with

,ekVago:and'the-*"money The. PARLOR MARKETS us., The same _courteous treatment I '
reaiater, ._iM. 'amounted;';some < GOOD PRINTINGWe
.., '}-'TV-tattlewere., ' bought- EM. Self & Co. that. "*has_J marked. ,all of., our business OSTEOPATHY
duwniBOwU adH nmado oooo- : s. < are in a better position than
t dos&gB'wM. be.extended to:you. ever to give I you the very best in -' .
.L ,That:,ia'the' tfekg;..WhiehWi'eefers :will I PINE $STREET t- printing, as we have a ,large plant DR. J. C .HOWELL
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.<<,.1' :.' ."'Jti ....! .- ..'\III9C"': -t.L'.1-.L.i.U III .O.. ', respective embassies'wherethey will faced. a Judge... 'He had , oed '__ 'Pittsburg-, Indianapolis 0.
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.( ,..,....J.O.,.;:' < ;:Ji. ":,\ 'i',1 "." \. ..:.. contJnu :the liispatch\of-Baul 'from Have' 'trial. the'house like Buffalo 11-4, Kansas City 60.
: ;tt'il1' ,- ? ,,'});(, 't It J ,", '"" 'l. an impartial in today and looked aprobability. ; yesterday, on the order of.the German
-t",':> .:) d.' .... \.t f:r t.. .Co Intbion a of'Dctobe ::100- The A failure to secure verdict |In 'Citrus .;> :Democratic Leader Un.derwood . military governor:: on the charge that National League

!, : :r.rffi'"il.t, ,. .. : .': ..._i..;... ; ; German aod',I lian post- I'1'ed the'attorneys. .!tosecure'a, changaOf -said'he. expected' :to.present4 he had,ordered the.banks to refuse to New York 2, Pittsburg. 5

.''/!:':Z3::\ .< h.It': ... : ,,;:"'JiI. i ,d '. 1' i 1, 1 }", *"t"*,('clee, rto Tnr completely;. t.,_.-.on *Octo-JW.A..1.iBw ..Venue-to. :Haripn.countyJ. ;. .... ........ .'' a, plan 'p" the Republican 'wish pay 'an :.installment jt .the indemnity Boston. 3, 'Chicago 2*

? -Viw .*;yua Its .'-.*. "He- .-,--is at> present. _ex l'v .,' "', woyd.Jefhm[ !miers ,gohomfi to their whieh.was.due, has been released, according 'American League
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