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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: July 26, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00391
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
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IaUssiA; :; iivJLt.: HELP.:. i TATE 1m ADVISES THREE Of CAILLAUX X LETTERS[ 10 HIS '


TEAIHES1HOULD&AID

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.: ; : SAYS McKINNON HAS REGULATION STRIKE N[ AT CURRY CIGAR FACTORY READING OF LOVE LETTERS -

i SEEMS ,I[ ON HIS SIDEI SETTLE[ lASI NIGHT CAUSED DEFEND-


... '.... . I BUT SHOULD SIGN ANT TO FAINT..
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*HT* 0. :: WARRANTSr1 Cigar Makers Will Go to Work Monday

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.; t!;} !Wfli.:. GO, 'TO.' AID ',,OF ,.NlA AND PEMEET[ AT EW OF UNUSUAl CIRCUMSTANCES ment With-Mr. Curry -

JUDGE ALBANEL CHALLENGES
? \ 2' AUSIIIAIFRUSSIA
{ :"\. . The strike at the & Smith
Curry
11: j! ! INTERFERESJP'ClH ; STATE. BOARD OF EDUCATION cigar factory was settled last night JUDGE DAGOURY TO. MORTAL
I: .f' 4. [ JPICQTOARRANGE O fOR PEACEMi E COMBAT-COURT COMES TO
ALSO DECIDES THAT PR\F. and all the workmen will return to

: COLEMAN MUST OBEY their places Monday morning. ABRUPT END DURING UPROARBY

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The strikers held AUDIENCEParis
at
LAW AS TO STATE a meeting
Union hall, on Orange avenue, last -
MW6 BEGIN III 'ABOUT! CARBAJAL ASKS ONLY AMNESTY CERTIFICATETallahassee
.. night, and at 8:30 Mr. W. K. Currywas France, July 25.-Special.)

'i: ', 'iIII, HI OF IK I! 1 DAYS' I FOR'FOIiM R invited to the meeting for a con- -Madame Caillaux, on trial for the

i,'. ; 'f.,!' ._- FOES OF REBELS Fla, July 25.-A dele- ference. In a short time all the murder of Gaston Calmette, collapsedat
;- r ;% f. ration from Orlando, representing points of contention were adjustedto the morning session of court while

:f. :"". itvIA'g ;REPLY. .., .TO,' "AUSTRIAN' .First Brick Arrived Yesterday and the board of trustees of the Orlando the mutual satisfaction of the company Maitre Labori was reading the love
!* public schools, appeared before the and its employes. letters which between
i i=. c' were exchanged -
:' :: .ULTIMATUM WAS UNSATISFACTORY b,Being Hauled to City Limitson hOPED CARRANZA WIll YlllDTHAT MUCH state board of education here Thurs.i'.ay I Caillaux and herself before her

"'P.# .,;, ;. "'( ," ': AND. DIPLOMATIC. North.'Orange ,Avenue in interest of Prof. Coleman, marriage. She was carried from the

.;" g"i.i.RELATIONS"-,. . WERE. _.. SEVERED' .. --- ASCERTAINED THAT VILLA IS principal of Orlando high school, whoit PRIMARY COST LESS[ THAN $$100 1 1IN court in the arms of her husband. So

.:. t.;' TAT. ,'"ONCE.. ... -ARMIH8. ARE.BEING' The:first shipment of brick for the NOT BUYING, ARMS AND MUNITIONS is understood, for some reason,has great was the excitement following

. MGttUZED; ANDAR' SPIRIT; street'' paying arrived yesterday' over failed, or neglected, to' take the state ORANGE O [ COUNTY Madame Caillaux's collapse that the 1

. ;W'RAMPANTLeadio I the"Seaboard, and Work of haul- INDEPENDENTLY Y OF examination for a state certificate, judge was forced to adjourn court
t,; .. THE AUTHORITY OF GENERAL and asked
> I '- ing Was begun at once. Six or petiticled, the board to soon afterwards.At .
wagons
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...
".,.'R%.'i '.. -, are CARRANZA suspend their regulation in this in- Registration Cost Little More Than
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being" used in the hauling and the opening of court Judge Al-
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.. .July :2& (Special. :-The|
.,', u fJl.: ;fie.'-of/Efirope stand; ,upon the l[i'.they.. are' pulled by the big. auto trucks stance, which regulation requires the Under the Old Law-Clerks and band ordered the love letters to be

.". 1" 'briak::of '1nir: 'temght,\and hostilities... ':of the,.Orlando.. Sanford. Transfer Washington, July 24.-Confident principal of a senior high school to Inspectors Biggest Item read by Labor! Eight of them had
"' hold a state certificate, or a life state .
\t '.l'w-v" a few hours asa company that peace ,was'at hand in Mexico, been produced. Three of them, by
... 1 ;; +" .While the trucks certificate. ,The state board took action order of the La.
: r are pulling one court, were given to
of
of% AustriaPngsry administration officials awaited
refusal }
: : today
rwH At the
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4.... .;.. . ; : the request of Governor Park
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each upon petition, declining to
the other being I bori to read. It the reading
wagon are was during
to wagons ;
Servia's reply the outcome of the at
to meeting Trammel
-', ij. ". accept County Clerk B. M. Robinson
from this
regulation and Professor
loaded'or'unloaded and the work vary of the second letter that Mme.
.ultimatum.This .' Tampico between Carranza and
it .har pareiaptory Regi- has gone over the records to as- :
;" placing the brick is' forward Coleman Will have to take the Caillaux lost control of herself. This .
of
going
faci stands out.clearly naldo Cepeda of the
Carbajal
;. ; :grave .: envoy examination certain the cost of the primary of =
rapidly., The, first shipment is being and obtain a state certificate )letter was the one that caused her to
'Mad Ae/coBtradictory reports andS government, to arrange for the trans June 2nd and his
b1 d ,.';. .. ( ,; otherwise, the Orlando high figures show a total -
]kill Calmette. She had heard he had
> at
fbced Orange
onyNorth avenue fer of administration in Mexico :.
sent
'i :.Mstieati kich:arevbeiB: you City. expenditure of $660.73, with re-
::;' + the:;city limits and it is there,that school will not be accredited as of j this letter and would publish it. It
varioW Durioff ; Belief that would
'.:, Jf' : lw .&u pean capitals. -I I > was expressed they high school ceipts from candidates amounting to .
standing.
first be done. All but addressed to her Dear
:1 : the paving will reach All was as "My
the,..ing this,feeling through- speedily an understanding. $464.25.
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\1 eisiEe: dearly 1 two houses on that street have been that the Carbajal seeksis Another matter taken up by the Little Charmer," and concluded with,
was reflected; on government
.* The itemized .
:.. / : Pfi&eeted with ,the sewers and 'the Delegation with_ the state board of statement of expenditures "I send a thousand million
,{",.'" '"alt.,1MMIrieI. ;."... """were'. ;.eo... naw.'y- ipef < amnesty for political?offenders and education was'the is as, follows: you
1':' fcponfiMd aad'steed/ 'enormous 1 warplaced yesterdaypreparaory ( general guarantees for the people living refusal of County and kisses, and also contained other sen-

1 '.......:; ..[)tfefajjowmg) Mr."Giispie, 'who will superintend sign certain warrants for payment of -- laux.
w'- ;A __ ,. jfekm t1iatserna; would' .. Huerta.. Carranza is ready to Delivering ballot boxes __.__ 32.50
1 the''pavi g for the contractors 'the that but teachers of the Orlando school, because The first letter revealed how Call-
( fed hawdf;.usable' to' ..pt'the grant he will not 'give im- Election notice _____________ 1.05
tInU.f1itria-H1inga "note.Tjfrflnj ; Alabama,Paving company, said yesterday munity to men involved in the plot as alleged by the superintend list laux had confided his plans to the
: ,'afternoon that it would be ent, said teachers had failed to teach Printing inspectors and i
ttr ;the;evening, however,:hope that resulted in Madero's assassination. clerks _____.._________.... 16.25 prisoner for divorcing his first wife.
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about. ten.days, or two weeks before pupils ,of their respective grades for e
bagtit (a arise..';It W.s.freelyareport. i Probably Carbajal will not object Extra election .' He wrote lengthily about the temper
sx 1:1t: : lights on day. 2.50
the actual.laying:of thebrick wouldbegin. a period of more than five hours a
Serviahad ;to that exce tion. 'amental differences he had endured
.dirkE rtE.. cafitalil'that. Dinner for
.. sf . 1 " inspectors and
k -- When'the work begins it will day.
with her and expressed anxiety to
':;; '. agreed W.aeqaiesce too the demaadaof : Officials watching shipments of clerks in districts 1 and 2__ 6.00 a
be: necessary. ;to close:.agood. part of Teachers Be Paid obtain divorce that he
: Most so might
i theultimatum, but ,hope I. arms to Mexico stated positively today Deputy sheriff _.______-_____ 1.25 a
,.aft' MOB' began :-to.,'fall again,. pending .North Orange avenue to traffic forseveral that General Villa was not buying In regard to the second matter the Total amount paid deputy registration marry the prisoner. The only political -

.. lack of owl confirmation'of the re- ,days. munitions ,of ,war independently ward ruled that the teachers should officers_________ 267.20 reference by Caillaux in this let
":. .il port, and shortly all**Europe was The city us'recently "- done a great of the authority of General Carranza, b>e paid, a letter advising the board's ter was when he said he would risk
deal of:work in.the northern of
part his in the chamber of
seat
pl+wged intoths gloomiest depression "the; streetsand as'had_ been reported from the bor decision from Superintendent W. N. Total _____._______--.____$660.48 deputiesby
.in of
:I when *n official+message from Vien- town way grading Sheats to the county superintendent, Amount received from candi- obtaining a divorce before elec-

' }J ,Aa,:, rngythMthe Servkn.'note',in cutting.down the:hilly places. der.It was suggested that the reportsarose McKinnon, explaining that: dates as filing fees ________ 464.25 tion. The third letter contained pas- r

} 'J M,;which:had:been.handed to, theAwtriaHingarian because Villa's own agents, familiar "Whereas, it has been made knownto sages of love and was addressed to
ATTEMPT TO:ASSASSINATE THE the prisoner as "My Very, Very Much
'fr-. r. Ii+ "?-: .\ .<. .'.. liunister' at Bel--.1> KHEDIVE OF EGYPT: FAILED with, the equipment of, his .this.board by the trustees of said Amount expended by countyin Beloved."
'of J1. tl-.;:was..foundunsatrsfactory.Jnof ;: school and i the of instruction _____
; \.", .;' -< '.' ,. '" troops were negotiating purchases ;board public; excess of receipts $196.48At
.,J.t.. I- te' J this :the'minister t:ac ,Constantinople, July 25.-(Special.) directly, but that has been the practice of said county that, becauseof first glance it might.be inferred
; .the full .embassy staff, -A young Egyptian student,n med Paris, France, July 25.-The chief
fi bt. for many(months. the inadequacy of the buildingsand that the new primary law had cost
l ::' Maa&oud assassinate of his colleagues -
attempted. to judge challenging one
{ 'Iias, ': _ h _ 4 facilities for said school, due to Orange county $196.48 more than it
; Ithn 'of the Khedive of he leaving II to duel, the reading of the
taensthe.breaking; Egypt;as was a
\. a large and unexpected attendance, it would have cost under the old sys-
.the palace: of the" sublime porte INVERNESS' MAN DIED:HERE "mysterious" letters, which were
.t'elf the sup-
; between .
relations
..,jliplamatir,.. , was not I practical..to. arrange other tem, where the candidates paid their
\ .y''' "; can today where he is visiting the grand YESTERDAY < : to affect the case so profound.
'. posed
two and have only one
.
'. cottfitri wise than, to divide the grades affected fees to the county committees, who
j..' ; ti; _, ,4; vizier. The khedive {was slightly in suck school so as to give onehalf paid the expenses out of those fees, ly, and the physical collapse in court
to Servia's reply Russia's wounded in the arm. The would-be W. J. Cato, aged 21, of Inverness, of Mme. Caillaux were three incidents
'rt Previous
; ; of said students in each such but such is not.the case.
slayer, promptly,shot by :'aide died shortly after noon yesterday ata which today stirred the emotions in R
was an
...Yt, :itijliM a4sfra tkaUy andeii'f ted to grad 'a accommodations in the building Under the old primary law the
x iB&ee A lIagary''t;:extend of'the .monarch., local hospital The young man was connection with the trial of Mme.
o'clockam.
from..8 to 12 o'clockm. county,paid the expense of registration -
\t '&6\&M> ;licit In' 'which;:the '."reply' brought here from his home for ., and 'the other' one-half from 12 and received no return from can- Caillaux for the murder of Gaston
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'''h i ,""" i'but AustriaHungarycoasiderttion pean .capitals today a grave?view is treatment some time ago but was too o'clock m. to 4 o'clock p. m.,that said didates or any other source. The average Calmette.

', .'It :. (, of." the taken 'of 'the Austro-Servian situation ill for medical skill to save him. The arrangement was temporary, and cost per precinct was then The challenge to a duel was sent

-:: ..... I ,."" 'whereopon as ,a :last" re- ,arising,out' of the presentation body was prepared for shipment to only for the emergency arising during about ten dollars, and, as there are by Judge Louis Albanel, presiding

:." .. J i :eeeee'flUei*: openly declared she to Servia. by the Austrian government Inverness by Undertakers Hammond such term, and,that adequate accommodations twenty precincts in the county, it is judge of the court trying Mme. Cail-
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,\ 'weald_ 'isandby, .-:her"illy, Servia; ,:at all. of a virtual ultimatum demandtef & Gore, and will leave this morning.The for the future have evident that registration cost little laux, to Judge Louis Dagoury, cne
,". Ii' .. the suppression of the pan-Ser- ,young man's father, F C. Cato, of the three other judges sitting on
>een.fully provided;, and, more in this county than it did be-
Hx: crislfttdy vian' movement and the ,pnnishmentorthose was with him when death came. the bench with him.
: -TWsIdickratk_*:precipitated.a "Whereas, there exists a regulationof fore the Bryan law went into effect.

,. ', ''.t' ;...t...,". /iaameat_ ,' for"'Germany. ,- concerned in ,the .recent assassination this board requiring that all county Owing to the division of the county I Mme. Caillaux, soon after she was

; !,r ,.'Irrtg1:::i. ', amotiBeed .that:if. any', of the heir to the Austrian THE WEATHER warrants ,be countersigned by the I and the incident confusion of pre brought into the court room today

.'. }. n I .'. .. :'_a&fcrod" she 'was ,'pr-:*. tI roa .' Diploasatic"circles" seek county superintendent of public instruction cincts, Mr. Robinson had not yester- totally collapsed when the reading

_,; -1 'pared -<.to; ',asskt, .Austria-Hungary the dispute and in the added possibility Florida: Generally fair Sundayand of the respective counties; 'day figured out the exact cost of reg- began of the letters Banded in by

:.' "\ JW Ii-. a-coaster- move, wifl now of Russian interference on behalf Monday. now, therefore, istration in 1913 under the old law. Mme. Gueydan. She was carried insensible -

""':_,,,.t t :appeal" .to- "Fraaee" :for hel p: I j of:, the little Slav nation, the' "Be it resolved, that while the Up to July 1st the registration officer from the court room.
I ac-
': ,feferta from,all,capitals give elab. danger of a general European war. BASEBALL RESULTS received the same compensationhe The sitting of the court was immediately -
"rzl tion of the superintendent of
:orate'detail.of-warlike ,preparations ,An Exchange Telegraph company's county had been receiving for years, $375 suspended amid great up-
C".. from Vienna ,news.was said county in declining to sign said Maitre Labori had begun read-
'''TI. ., .way.. dispatch says National League per annum. At the July meeting of roar.
--- within the letter
,- t r f,1 f--; " received there today that the,Serviangovernment ,,New.York 4, Pittsburg:: warrants is;strictly the board 'of county commissionershis ing the Gueydan letters.In .

'. .. :_, i ,'Wg... ..;"i1l ..'.ia'V7 was making preparations Boston 4, Chicago 5. and spirit of such regulation, that be- salary was raised to $480 per an the letter M. Caflkux, writingto
situation in this
cause of the
'. & to,evacuate'Belgrade, the eapit J. It peculiar the present Mme. CaiHaux before
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: Vi ig;. Austria, July' -(SPe4 Philadelphia 3, St Louis 0. num.
"_fl..;' ,CdL)-There. to unbounded! enthusiasm adds tha many of,the;troops already Brooklyn 3-5,.Cincinnati 41. case, and the emergency. that the occasion In Duval county the primary of his divorce from Mme. Gueydan, referred -

,,>- -i '; ,_throughout?the';city tonight ,at have :left the city, which is considered American League .indicated, it will be agreeablewith June 2nd cost the county about $15- to ,the happiness he would feel

.J- '.Y l 'the. .1'prospect fat;: last, setttag.:old : untenable, and are.,retiring toward Chicago 1, N.ew York 0.: the board! for the Hon. J.,F. Me of 000, and what they did with that when he could "press a million kisses
county'superintendent
Kinnon,
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jjcores !with Sema'and her' backers. the south. On the London stock Cleveland 6, Boston 8. amount of money is a mystery to over your dear body.

"'.: :i'r. 'f EAllpnblic, places ,,are'.,crowded with exchange demoralization set in at the Detroit 4, Philadelphia '10. .. public instruction .of. said county, to Orange"county ,officials, who are certainly Letters of a Premier to His Riri
the ordered
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q, T I;:-wildly 'excited citaens.. 'Grim deter- opening of business this morning owing Federal League' countersign : by to be commended for their The letters read today were writ

..1 ,:;1 minati:n'is universally. : .manifested e to I to:a'rumor that'Russia had begunto Brooklyn 6-0, Chicago 5-5. the the board of(the public principal instruction and teachers : for economy of management in conduct ten in the second person singular, indicating
salary
* A aee.the inattor"foaghtoiit.to,the bit- I mobilize.her great army in prepa- Buffalo 3-3,. Kansas City 14. of said school for'the months of ing the recent,primary. the closest friendship. The

.- J ;l- t. end.j ration""for;eventualities.' Dealers::offeredeverything Baltimore ,,1, St Louis.,8. first of them said:

": -.' : and British consols Pittsburg 2-6, IndianaP91is'I-5.. April and May, 1914. CONTRACTOR JOHNSON PUTTING "My Dear Little Riri (an affectionate -
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j 'i...',',a7,If.'''Spirit',',Sfcewa; .,in.,.Berlin" fell,'11-4 per.cent to;733-4. Rio fint Southern League' DOWN CURBING diminutive for Henriette):

.*'.t' Berlin,' 'Germany'.:''July '2&SpeJaalAUoverBeriintoMghtanen. -lost. three points. ,Russian bonds Birmingham 7, Memphis 1., TAMPA ,AUTO, PARTY- HERE, If you want to know how the curbing "When I met thee I felt the impulsion =

,. -." ;\ : < -,21.2' ; Austrian and Hungarian,bonds,.. Atlanta 3, ,Montgomery,0. { will look' that will' be put down of all my being toward th e.

: : two points 'Mobile:6, .Chattanooga :3.' > .. T Ed.,'Bryan; E.'Berger'and-wife, by Contractor Hamilton Johnson on I was unhappy. I was humiliated

evidentCrews.'ori; : 1 \- Leadinjr i American. stocks were .New ,Orleans '4, Nashville 0. Mrs. H.. E. Snow and Miss; Georgia all streets to be .paved with brick a and wounded. I threw myself towards

"'. t ; . .. \1,, rtif1'dtiBon. . ; quoted at from-.'|1: to $3 below. par. South Atlantic LeagueCharlestonJacksonvil .Anderson,rail of Tampa. ,. ,arrived., in visit'to Summerlin. place will) satisfy the ,nefarious passion.' With
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.t ,'t 1U..t .,. 1_ u { i. le) 0." the xcity: yesterday: afternoon, and your.cariosity.; Mr. Johnson :is lay- splendid courage '
"t;''R ' ...... i. oJ. [ Take ,rest'and "Adventures&im&n Columbia.i.. quered thy liberty, asking of,9ft frit
ki J- - --- : :a read 'Hacon 3, spent: the. night: at the San Juan. ing walks in front of the F. N. Board-

: : ''' t.I ''''.\Aa 4.r 25C.'and rstore.C1 tis ;Augusta 6 *Co lumbns ;; ,,, TJ e1 re;,travdmg :in,.Mr. Bryatfs, man..property and is at the"samepsttiag one_ promise, -to give thee nrjMo?*,
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l Ladies' Lace Lisle; :Hose, worth 1.50' to $2.50 $2.50to$3.0valuesfor' $1.50

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: \Sea ;the y listing.of'your property,as your exclusive agent only. We situated ourselves to give service which 4'<
b;,siorpaMes;:any services' rendered so' far by any real "real estate firm" in pur State. We shall explain our service

'., ,'j, ;:rm.person jfyou.c:call at'our office any,morning from. 9 to 12 a.m., and out-of-town patrons by mail, and will
-' f -; "',)leave:it:to:your:judgment[ ::whether or not your interest is in responsible hands if entrusted to us.

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*cpt :wealw v dy have listed as exclusive. agents and,our arrangements completed to give attention to any
: ditiOD- l amount: .of propositions: if listed with us. _
: .iWe.respectfully invite you to.,call and acquaint yourself our methods of doing real,,real estate busiflCN" -
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h.aog Wren'hurts,". 1giSiae4. d.i9 y: .EigkOi Sunday:after:Pentecost: north,of-Los:Angeles/today for.bandits -, .
..i1Ur' ealsesq ...., " ' ,Mafe:and sermon, 9 : '.
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, . s Southern Pacific company last night :
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:,. '. ", ,1;. 'V iJ }r .LUKrSCATHEDRAL; -r u near ;:Chatsworth Park;' and .robbed !.GRAND

tt.. er sgariBtotba''Yee : ___ T 4veryRev passengers in two cars of more than THEATRECO'OLEST
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-j. - < :Henry R. Remsen dean.
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Trinity '
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""flB4llt'Qt; > ylsc ti.e.awtyOCaBtlMfoeliboBttofaifM ,tressN -Saaiay,school 9:30 .a. m." man; who appeared. from the "smok

tbe of tII."f..IL7-3' .d( ;-a Morning prayer and sermon; 10:30.. ing-car as the two boarded the train; I. SPOT IN THE TOWN iiiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
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.e mutt tfainks twIee bcfor* h.*&** The bandits dropped from:the train
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Ottbihtw-I' .I.> :<'dea'tMte. ;'tMfcf ., gore.1 i, "Tnrth.' Angeles. .:: . ..
sirt Wednesday evening ,meeting, 7:45. '- "
at ill
refaction ; "
,-.Cfaltelaw-.Its dear own blame," Third floor, corner South Orangeavelue'and Brakeman C. T. Gundy was stand: ,' .-' i .
Church street Entranee'on ing on the rear platform when the
1 tec; IT yea* given me all ,the .
;>ltaatg > ftrted for yea Wodda'tb : Church street robbers swung aboard. One of the '. ); General Film Company'sService .

: $.tO borer,, a* tat.oat,1e@ .ee masked men armed with a shotgun ,
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ML-Lila : : ; is" ordered the trainman to hold up' his
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- -, ;Rev..Jao.:W. Stagg, D. D, pastor. hands The second robber drew a revolver -
y4 JIJ';1rie1bleet to>N who eas...ftMD. ,,I :Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. and Gundy, still holding his

Adewn the hill'elf .
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Services at 11 a.:m. and 7:30 ,.m.'
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qafctfl*twice told tel* I walk ahead of the men as they robbed
,**'Be. bean. tad hears ud bin.:_ j Morning sermon, The Material.
jCfcreUad Rftta ptafer: I uid 'the/\ SpirituaL" the 'passengers. Men in the cars The people's favorite with us again. It is what

.0. ----- :: I Evening sermon.. "The. Petition on. were forced to stand by their seats

"Jaee, tfcat yourbaibisd>k Wornkcataagotet I I Temptation." . and drop their money into the pockets you want
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: WBO. ., 'Hewalkstaatwtybeeaasebe I p. iai of the'' bandits as they passed.
: : A Ordiallnvitation is extended toWorship Women passengers were allowed'to
ifs ate Into. hfe feet Bight before !
Iwf-CWctgo Recofd-BeraW.. I with ns/f remain seated but commanded to deliver .

BAPTIST CHuRCH their purses promptly. : THAT ORCHESTRA
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The meanest the knocker MJ I Both of the men appeared to be .

hpoMt;fAllout the to u other* Jut fellow one twDc-; _. Her. -Edward-T. Poulson, D. D., young, but they worked coolly and

y ''''kaoekei'a. ,.wreak* yenowDetrokt :.. pastor. i.Sunday quickly.A dHILiMurN Sc. : '

1.j j:\" .- J'Jet Press, school at 9:30 a., m.; Mr. oADULTS IOe.TUESDA .
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:7hls b'ak'electrica1iult.l. : ; na4er- Every oe.is urged to be in his place ,Sentinel want ad. carries your

1eiM.r.. and'viaitors will be heartily wel story to hundreds of'all classes, each
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_ "L ss..-.e. then* it'win be tried IncowtMBalteore comed. Y."Perils of "
day meeting all needs with quick re Pauline.
,tab.ekeeIt, America Public worship at 10:45 a. m. and
*! 7:30 p.'XL, with the pastor in charge. suIts. Get the want habit today, itpays.

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,Uttle hu and i Evening subject, "World Fam usHJJBDL"
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i t- '1: "'-' j-Yal Beeord.gwlww Reid, president. WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES

.":' .' t. .' : 4 . All services_"short and crisp. You Removes Tan.

me' ,'to. :speak of ,it, are, cordially invited. AND DO ALL. KINDS OF _.
I Qaca': .Uwit; eyeaing yoa laughed J . IeautifJ JOUf complezioa. Get -
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REPAIRING $
:lit. me'I' W to.1 facer.. !. T A CORRECTION rid of those freckles. You caD
Invest SOc in of _.
a jar WILSON'S
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In a local .notice in the Sentinel a they'll disappear. Smremay' "
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cues require two jar -
) -: day or'so ago, we'made an error in
eS no more. We poatmly guar .
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.Tlwri'oaee'wai an.artJat M'frantic. some way instating that Dr..Cassius antee this,'and if jour'cotfenon .. f

,.JPor-.". Bottee he cot eenrba to Boone,.of ,Orlando, would.look after isn't fully restored to CLYDE LINE
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.7 WhIM.tt tat fee oapen p peri. the patients Dr. Jas. A. Davis, of money Ita natural without beauty ar, we agree to refund youSaffl ,

Tor' "It pay" to" be known M "roaantlc.." Winter Garden, while that gentleman WILSON'S FRECKLE! A gfftsent
*' : New York SuD.'. grant toilet cream. Doesn't cause hair to grow DR. L H. RAMSDELt. '
t" .-.h : -. ._ was.absent from range county. Itshould' and Jloet positively remOTe TAN and Only Direct Line From Jacksonville
read FiECKLES. Try it at Otlf risk. Price 500-
to.tbe have Dr. Ewing's -
"Whit ; cergM.Ilae of. beaut:1r'MW'tIIe.Booli' .: practice by mail if desired. Mammoth jars 100. OPTOMETRIST
while he is.North. WILSON'S FAIR SKIN SOAP 25c.: Wilson
(: Freckle Cream Co., Charleston Successor to Dr. 0. Leis .
''Tbe 'deU r BAfk,": :replied tile. A for Ale by S. C, makers ( P. )

.". = tI..JIBq.. FOUR, CHILDREN .BURNED TO j. N. :MCELROY ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Fare kclites Meals Accommodations
and Stateroom
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"f.f. DEATH AT TAYLOR, WIS.
The UMO ;shower trteidt promkcd her / .
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Frodaeed an added wriakl. ,- -

Ifer"' It, to eoemie*aver, '. :Taylor, ',Wis., July 24.-The four Tickets on Sale Until September 30th, g
'J. WM nether bat* eprtekJe.CourierJoarnaL.

;j' ::.... ;"LcMdnIBt'.,- } .... : -' children of Richard. .:Roberts,. a widower -.i k' ( ) and Good, Returning From New York up
"'! t. : : c. of tills 'town, :were burned to )
"'iaeberyWtet eau pow:eayot'CaintK death today when 'home. caught to and Including October 31st. Ships

K l Y< Bf;A.B the leader fire Scheduled Sail ,
? whilethe, father was awajj. Several to Tuesdays, Thursdays iA
;:tr the'.yoaagerr setfai, :tie garden ,of
)I 1ei3= ", ;CHy'Star.1 : :/ presons were'painfully burnedin Saturdays at 2:00 P. M.

: .: : ,desperate attempts to rescue them. MN 11

i 'UMd to'be a >&k high hat, The oldest ehlld'' was. twelve and theyoungest For Further Particulars Apply to

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;Uam old Jlr.Groueh ,two years. r'
||.Bat down kerflop'and broke me in, ; .i

;:' And'f t BOW" .I..am;.'.;"PbIIa4eIpIII&.a iloach.. Leiter.. BALKAN WARRIOR DIES H. G. WENZEL, Fla. Pass. Agent

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'' Athens, Greece, July 24.-Count Alexander .. --= JACKSONVILLE FLA.
In eveiytMag.bet:, the be atton.Detroit "-' '.: -:. :' ,
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.. Aere ogee wax a:"r wtoe Worm in which,he, was rwou&ded,,died Iw ii- '

.,-V. said.Tb;t'"I* woaderful arose Iron, what. Germ.!' .'\.. here today: He was a member of,the Low Round Trip: Rates tMMMIHMtiniMIIIMIMntMMtlHIIIIIHiHmORLANDO,

j( The Microbe could DOt."jl' 5 ehaaberof deputies 'and at, onewas' time FROM JACKSONVILLEJ. j .
:$ea thiak.. wbereaa I-I caD QUoral".
its sPeaker.G
,*.. ; tU -CJevdaad '; Dealer., ; \ .r..;J. .. pus Okut .. >|OJI fiaeiseS . fD..1ii / .'-"
:iI Dens . SUI SI.'HI. . SC.7S Lsnis.. '. 21siCAsa4s : i
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'T'ai'lootiiigfa JL" SESSION 71.. WU*.. . 7I.7S Esusis . 52.25Tsl.v I
*, j 'Yon oigbt. 'to: ', bare .ail-.Sob ;for .s.s ..' KM Taste .J.' 41.11 ......... . 3t. 5
; --r' rest.... . iauiSialtb Mwsasl .' 55AS 'rseark : J5J1'
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Welle6eaBmeBtedtbe; ,rear. ,,. floor- ., .Boston. Mass., ,'July. 24.-A praise., .' 1M.M P4 .by ". '.' 51J4 TsIs. .''.;'. 4U.1M. > .1 ,:' :
ietiael-fin.NitI Astsks . .. / Msskire .. S3JI 1WnI. . '. 0.51 ,
< ,i a and :'priyer; service formally; opened 1 ...r...... ,. ..51 isifaM '. : .47. a........ . 44illeiR ',{ ;
: ., ._' ;>' o'! ,- C' tibe fiftiNBth annual;convention of the ( rank . IUS siWa Es c . 47.11 inaa.fafare 3UI
They that tisa 1 money'Well, ;
.1} Mgr *.* LowestaaoshepiMakseolee.decakfae.ia.caaadaMimu.,
ft'. Tbta maybe; true, ay brotnw. Gideon, :.the religious association ::of ....Midaipa.tIa. Great akesaa. ".-fa:'" yea. a
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But yoa will lave to tpead ut if commercial: travelers, today. A business low ntUsfrom other points ia the- 7x
- . 'Too. 'rot. 'to ret the other r ltts. oo saleslady;seta September 30. 'Retina East Oct.31.
followed. Water & Co. |
-CtalsatiChnrcbHas BaQ1JInr "session .
i :, ( .. VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER, SALT Light

i LAKE COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC
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!; one!aayttJs SeMiM1.want adi. are mosey get' St. ....
'hove citioee .h& t; Goaf; titfowh Look",retmkf& C6icaao.
fa home '
,.- ters. Try them. .TIM Ten*. Libenl stop > mfOh,-''yea ahe s;:given away ,
; .. TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,time

.Me"...< _' dlabb-Yaakera' : Statesman.j .' through trains cWJn choice of tine different
'r! '!> ant notename .t I roaIeI. Electricity

>? Mr ; 'WfALTHOf NIIR' trail 1M aaulhat .rssih New
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;, .My second atitt more amen; 0rIeUt. \U.aal.1 dissg sae sissies. Fast....
- .\ '.)I,an IMWI Rch a leak of fame "
.= .It hai. no'name at aQ.8t .' ( \
- ,. < :- 'Louie PoK-Dtepatch.. Pal> iB"s.ae Makes Thin UfelMi tVf1 Gas Water Ice
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x- .. .. . Hair Soft ad'Abundant .' 'IL c.1IETIIEY

Gfeea-Wbat":,ia the bardeft. work Beautiful:hair,' thick soft, fluffy lhsiihrssgs ..,.... .
' 'IJt, ever did? lustrous,.and free from dandruff, 'Isoae .1(" ,N. II4TsstIayS6sst. .
'of,woman's greatest charms, yet _
city Effigy ee-The wort.I did lasd- --
have streaked, thin and life- UOBMT1LLC.FLLlieJIIIIIIMMiMiMIIIMilMtllilllliilllMIMIlit Office--No. 18 West Central Ave.
ItK this M:axed the J.next'"hardest is so many
the',work keeping it froa,beiaf taken. less hair. and thik there is.no remedy.
Pretty hair is largely a matter of
:away! :from.:me.-Jttdfe.. .. care :

,."j.1 etreet Arab tood 'the.wdahlnc- Freqaeat,application of Parisian .., {
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rubbed the is all
Sage well into scalp
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'la the iWrt of the Iteferinc day;, that is needed ;-it acts like magic.Tryit <.-Telephone No., 6 -

u- !Ifcen. a coanterfeH... penny he dropped In. tonight-you will really be surprised lll S [ [ aR ,_ ..tI
/ the riot 'r" with the result Not only will the COLLEGEEIer

. 1,.l8eaui.. etaieweb., .. hair become sift, fluffy, raidant with ;
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Z Vthe \; life. and really doubly beautiful,.bat I

all dandruff disappears, falling hair .
_"f 'bst'i ,matter; old man? Hare and itching scalp' cease-your head Mast vVHvJC cnN lest CMnHH vfWNS II iWlFWI

:seabee teeming the teafo? feels fine. : *
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i College, Academy, Mint; Expression Use Arts, Domestic
r "No. IVe bad moecHlar lll.- < .All druggists sell a large bottle of

i . R. c.r..}I...N14.. .i. .. Parisian' Sage for fifty cents. Get it and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Course. ,'IIIIIJIIIIIII..I.IIII.I..I.III.IIIII.III.III., .

J -;} : ..J. .'.' . from,McElroy's Pharmacy, .he will Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire pro

,;: "' T.id o&k innbudtett. iii:ftfflf'to the refund-the- nosey- -- if- you- are not. satis tection,.fine gymnasium, no:malaria,,quarter miflkra,dollar
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,1well',.J ... Was fall.of. aerru'ateithy, . fied. endowment. Three teachers of music,- $5,000 organ WHERE SHALL I GObO SCHOOL ?

..l Bat we never knew it.a..raattera betel a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs,:chorus class. Superb new
;_Aa4. so,,grewiip.. healthy.. : WHERE. ;TO;SPEND TOUR VACA '
f'\1 i_ --sun,. >rriao cs3rai.. ..TIOlf' rooms for business school, full banking equipment New FLORIDA STATE COLLEGEFOR UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

.-- > l. .I' : ", -do- '. .:. .. i chemical and physical laboratories, equipped-with every WOMEN fTT GAINESVILLE

:."Llootcd: at' the:stall;; ud i'";saw. Idsireetgrodsirkec ,; 'C me. to" the ;.Nautilus<,Casino' at modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods,' water. TALLAHASSEE.College .
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':."He 1Sha1',win sass: the las matte"up.IOf.TrtUthlmTI a.. minstrel. '. Ida-to- ead'your. vac?tioD.. Perfect ,Lakes,' boating, ,swimming, golf, tennis,' football,' School School of of Art Mask; Extension; School Division of Expression; Graduate; 8 College and. Drrukms; Liberal Arts

.. ; ; bathing hoases: and';beach. Fresh Christian, ,but undenominational; exe8BeS'aotIerate.. School: Modern Grmaunm with swimming Law; Engineering: Agriculture; Teacher
sow! "..BatllmoreAlillean.. : water ,SHWr. New"woolen bathiDg pool: basket ball and tennis eourts mew and College; Experiment Station; Extension Di-
: suit,and J jroom,' 25 eents.5 ;For eta 1 Sekelarshipsiavai able. For catalogue, adajress, modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormi vision; Graduate SchooL Ten new brick bufld-
*l,t.rced-tai mother"ter-iIft1. i and '.' .' so: tories have all modern conveniences; new IDA besides gymnasium swimming pool and
women. in subsidiary buildings. 61 officers, instructors
and kitchen most hygienic many
dining room
S e teethe elephant jump the fence. Casino' to the' 'free WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN
open public ; Florida: 418 young ladies from 49 counties and assistants. 354 young men
Bet that wise to tile Baal of yore- v counties and 24
Dancing twee:nights Week' on the and 12 states last session m 47 Florida States and
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its now I pay a Httte tten -r-: TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries: but session.
'' largest and 'best.1loor. in the South
V e4ee a Uu de tia* aaae try'Wben : , Ph. D LL. D President School Board and entrance fees for the. TUITION FREE Board and Entrance Fees,
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lc Frank Baker wields the tkk; :Musk by the.Crystal orchestra. Beg* s year 1124.00. For catalogue write $132. 0 per year Write today. for catalogue

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_F1 .SlIt FlirtfeABB .:.S III . "(ByW.S.Br' ..d) Mrs. Frank Osborne, who resides .:' Mil IMH MHilltHlillllilill

f.') n..'.p .' riNatittr It:looks to':a .man up;.a" tree that, at 402 America street, brought to the :

1, .jou*,matt,: -J.'Etr a 4..OWMT.i i $nk' or'swim.live; 'or'die, survive oroldhai 1 r Sentinel office, yesterday specimens

,. . . lam- ; "or new hat woman :
'J. - Z' / J'1: "' tJoi.) has. get-to bavethe: ballot,; bas has' been able to : .
seen ,name.
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Jt
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Qrt'lt I the Breakb6tPtite'Glass
I -MS : Citnng
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.. v upon which it grew has been :
< t' "..tjv1.":, . .. ... 'it ...,, :' A1'II., ' .,Fly gmchine: came, neap too .Window: on Pine Street' standing for about. twenty years in A TIMELY DELIVERY !
.f.- ". ...-.. .. .. ..tL..
.1 '! i haveto be to
\ but
: aeea'they' may \, used Mrs. ,Osborne's yard, up to last
.
i 'ti.. 'I 1f' 1f.......;:..!.J..:L.i.!.."'....1:'UO LI6! take:heas to'and: from'their nests if Go where iou will, the,famous "His :winter it_ has always been killed back
-_ '. ..;; M Master's Voice" advertisement stares
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fe of keeps soaring. has before borne
the'price eggs. ... on by cold, and not OF
... J' at from window bill board
_ j 'Ih''' 4 r-,)1,.1Itr.- "- '.."\i.J.J.y? !.. ;...!......: .;:1.1O "i S's j" ,you or fruit 4
I h !!: : and its doubtful if there is'a
..... .. ,. .!!.... .!' -: Wonderlng'whether1Jette man;
." ,t. We have been The fruit is about the size and<
. woman or child in the United States
_ ' -TOa. ijlJ j .>? ":9 coaatry roads will\ make better : shape,of a lime and the skin resem-
IP d : 7:;; who has not seen this familiar Edison NEW SILKS
'-. opportunities for speeding, andhigh- bles that',of a guava, except that avery
; > T vs t ... ad ll''''' 'ioaMoi advertisement Usually the advertisement
er speed better opportunities for accidents prominent t bud is noticed on the
;1.. I : :aunt kt hMM la'at tto hufauM 4 is 'printed, but at W.; S.Branch's '
>.' M tf tatiMl Mt kter tku 2 ..=ati end opposite the stem. The fruit has
et :tte 4r Wfcn iilBuHia:' Tkb nk ..... '* * *. book store on Pine street in the center and this
large'seed
let end ..l+aWiai It Ute. hehas, a-stuffed dog that sits before one
S ,. ... ..., . nil'.lit.M etrktb. 'iierei .. Sanford, is about to put one over II seed is entirely detached from the
'_ '_ _" _ _ a phonograph and listens for "HisMaster's
'
'. , : us"in providing a civic buflding, utfliaiag fruit, which is hollow. 'The taste is
j; Tbeoffkt satiDer d3ecoeHy Voice. !
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IIidf7 tile in.writia nf theiPresbyterianlchurcEas, a : sweet and not at all untempting.The .
i .Yesterday Mr. Will Branch placed
'.. ,
ft1 L
b. 01. isterwe begiahng 'needs' such '
: ,Orlando a ,
,tree is about twenty feet tall
at,tfct.nmkr nbMriytioa rata the advertisement in the window and
?| '- *rtJ "! .iotieetoe. tep'fa:revived." balding badly. it 'was not Ion?' before a big hound and has leaves very much resemblingthe

"' : .'i *. and- wanted to-pick' a mango. The leaves are aboutone
.
r ft SUNDAY;. JULY ,26, 1914. When a fellow,has money to burn came along d
inch wide and from five to eight
', *ifX)''".. -. fight with the stuffed animal. He : :
: there' is, always some one ready to inches long. The blossoms precedingthe
': > "' ,. ,T, bristled up, growled and lunged atthe I
\l . lend him' a match TimesUnion.And fruit resemble the passion flower,
'
, ". ART IN'MIAMI: window. The glass stopped hilii'and
l'' .it.,. __. t' he always finds match-makers, that almost covered
> except they are
:
)4 ; :',he was angrier than ever. Determined -
U too. 'That young man in Omaha who .with long silky thread-like petals. i ii
1J Mtiis: determined. to be some to get to his stuffed enemy
;: c' h Beiy ity.*';Not content with getting got ',a ,legacy of $50,000 this erDei' the hound backed off'and'came at the

.: ..; urjhead:of
: IJ ataie Jn the.matter,of time, they will matrimonial partner. drew quite "a crowd, but "the

} tT :nee Je d. the.'world in. art on
,'. i. bigecanL" :Heretofore_ art connois- Harry Thaw has ,received another Branch had to take the advertisementout per circulation: makes advertisingpay.

1 "s..'. 'have;not considered the gar. piece of the Thaw fortune, which in of ;the window to save the plate Advertisers in the Sentinel

hife-can'a'possibility for artistic,disbut.Mi wiser hands might be well used, but glass from the real dog's furious know it has the circulation.

(\. :pkyt; .. _..._d:'Is undaunted, whenit'oomes Harry will spend hundred and fifty lunges. {
_ -- .to,,establishing, a.precedent; thousand on one get-a-way. It would A spectator 'has described the encounter \ -' j t /
'.: {;loo'"Handpamted- !' 'garbage .
..'" J1 streSs, and .wreaths.of; roses: ,around. crime and might be let loose to as follows: ber of letters of inquiry from par- \ ,4 / R

t tfce top and bottom will soon be seen see 'if:he could live a.better life for. There's. a 'book store down on Pine ties who expect to come to Florida .

.' : .\ .'OB jtfee> streets ,.of 'Miami. ,", says the the: years:he has coming to him. street next fall and winter and they all ask! ,
0 ,fleldlandgoaaon thata' iii Has an advertising scheme, about accommodations. If you havea
;; .tq-explab y
,
.. That seldom has been equalled,
'\{ '' space;witi be- 'left' in'the. 'middle. ,foradvertising. Cold storage seems,to be a;necessity And of which'you'd never dream. house or a room to rent, remember .
the
yfCoddn't but, it somehow 'seems to heat that they all are watching X4t

:the ftdvertiseffleat:be deft uppublic sentiment,.when-:we,have to On Saturday when up and down Sentinel to see if they can find what -
The people passed in throngs, they xant A classified ad. in the
stand the increased cost of living.
off? Itjnay: not set properly on the
They had to stop before that shop want column"is the best and cheapestway a'J
? ,artistic 1;teWperament of. the .winter We ,are an overfed'nation anyhow, Where folks buy books and songs.

,'' .. V...sitm\. ,see, ,'; an" "advertisement. , of. and 'a,good way to begin ,reducingthe to find tenants.
be to'reduce An Edisonian dog it was
pork and r beans, displayed between "high cost" Would\
: ;; That in the window sat,
t i the quantity:of food,consumed. ,Overfeeding
.two paintings; and withouttbe When with a bound:up came a hound I MMHimMHilliMIMM
"advertisement:possibly the great is known to be .a brain re Outside, to pick a 'scrap.
v art PU eries-wonld compete in' 'ef- ducer. I I
an
in the 'intricaciesof
He he he sputtered, Altho we are deep
fort i spit, spat 11
(-; to secure'the most beautiful and McCUllOCU'S'Department
The .dog inside sat tight,
'perfect effects in,garbage; can art. One.of our local physicians said recently Still listening for "His Master's STOCK, TAKING, we are not so far involved
> sanitariums would not .
that the
Voice,
1 Then"art .collectors might turn to
to 'the immediate wantsof
A be so full if we would drink more He didn't want to fight. I i as neglect
;garbage cans,for;.a diversion,and it
would' , 'be decidedly. inter{ ting to view w_._ We think,he,is exactly: right, The dog' outside, he growled with 1 Store our Customers, neither do we, to any
y but ,since ,so many disease germs .. '
garbage.cans
re.of Miami in ,
k ( : .some rage
latest cancer-have been discovered appreciable extent, allow our Stocks to be
the one But "Eddy, he sat still,
pride ari:gall ,
in drinking water,'what is, a Until his master moved him off the .
;,The National,'Art Gallery.will have the stage- Tumblers badly assorted-
doT
fellow to
'to.iak. a.bwk seat,when:Miami gets going (His m ster's name was Will). Jelly .
': : Answer: Be careful to ,have the *
If Twelfth rtwet properly decorated&ha.'loladgain ' .
\ water :well filtered. '
garbage,.cans. tlMMMIMIIIIMIIIMMt* Fruit Jars FOR INSTANCE
aad the :crowds,that annually 'go :to
\ Paria';to'-.'viat!..the. Louvre .will. 'turn THE' LARGEST WATERMELON' F HOORmAN
YET SHOWN IN ORLANDO . .
: 'ti ia&iftrd.- t t: -r all kinds Present fashion demands and insists

"' .. o- 'On exhibition last at Her Licensed'Plumber and
: night
: '
j% ; : certain make and of Silk
terile .thing, Sanitary Engineer upon a weave
War'is! .tT forthoseI man's was .the largest watermelon

r ..engaged,. but'it. ", "effects 'do not stop. seen: ,in Orlando so far during the Estimates Furnished. jobbing. Taffeta. We follow Fashion's caprice as
Attended
a t "the,,borders; t the: countries" im- present season. The melon is of the Promptly to. reserving Kettles
; di i involved.' PHONE 629 close as any Mammoth Metropolitan Store
;iM teIy The greatest Tom,Watson variety and was grownon

i 0 war'.of ae4eni.'time* seems inevitable -' the Pittsburg. grove, two miles 106 Court Street and voice here positively the LATEST. '

t 5 :k.Bwope, If incomes i ;will east of town.

\ '' ,} awan:'mUliofiS' of men taken from'in- 'It':.weighs seventy-tWo' pounds and :IIIA e, :. mmlMitlMMMMHMMHIM 20 Irute .Avewe.IMIillliillllllllllllll., And the latest is .' ..- ',' .-

',, ,dBstrial' parsoits and. converted' into measures' (inches in length, with a 4.1.1m -,
; a Bie ::; :Armies'.produce nothing butt circumference of 36' inches.

".ooaspme. -__d' anddestroy,. R a... :s.a,,h vaSt. ;amount' "
.. ', tJM ; "PussyWillowTaffetas"
t. ;wwW'IVhiIe'U:, }
f IIIMIIItlHIinilliMiiMIMIMIMMMtHMIIMIMIHHIUMIIIIItltmmtiWhy. .
't1 .
_borders and a great.ocean sep -
i . 8 from the'scene"'of the'immi- develop '
< : send' films wayWe -
rust fiOBfliet we will feel the effect oft1e'wsr''ifit -your iAn

:; ;:: : comes.1 :It'.wfll 'mean

o alit,we wM.fcive,to produeemoretoavpplyaledeficieacy.io , them, lOc Roll.JcELROY'S' i exquisite Fabric-a perfect pro

.Europe,.and
,.if: We do.. not. 'increase production : pa.A.R.M'ACY : duction of the weaver's Art-in a splendid

-f M:prices:of:the .neceesitie8of.life will

;. t:aoar.:ta unheard.of..heights. 'It'will 'C Give *j a trilL. $tkkeMverytaIres. NINE. M.iiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiMiitiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiM.. T"IIl'J tnu.1111.'I range of the new tones and half tones demanded

;fi benefit,a:certain:clasa i for!awhile, butithe illllllllll j for present wear. If you have not
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; wiU sufinvolved-
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.ter.al: wtt1i thenations. '" .' ; - .: .seen this beautiful new Fabric, we ask

it .-..... >, h- _..'r'o". Q ,.. '- ... '.> ,< .' f. . I 4- you to come to the store and examine it-

} ? ') dImeofFr: -, :: n ee, Mrs. > . '< '.. : s .. .... : . ; ,." are under no obligation to purchase-
r Csrman; ,at Freeport: :'L, ,L, Mrs. you
t:Ang4e at Stamford and Bessie wake-

!itU :at' New :Haven.: All charged .' :: ,. .. ..

I' :,with ;merder. Surely- -thAt;:sneaking '-" ,'. \ e : .. r, /.' WE HAVE ALSO
Garden of ,Eden''. serpent is demon- "
'; ; ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES i'
t,'e lr t ug: its devfliahhees' even ..unto .. 1'1.. .' c ,..

the' last''chrtpter...t"'i" *,, '" : ,'J;:.,' r ..' . CouMMMeMeat Day-aa iaperta&t eveat ia thefuns : < ''. Received a fine range of the new

+, -- ( : : ''''', ef yMi.Ie -ahetdd reeeke.soave.fiM jny aark '. ,0" fancy

|FI taffit A. Holt has i ',gone'.to VirgfcU :-: ", >. of appreciate: aid meat to rimmimnrntr the :

; to manage the ;wet 4 side of a .j ; i .occusiM. What ce W be nere fittifig, thaa a ,pit of ,i<, ROMAN STRIPE SILKS

state. wide. 'p "k3)itien.. . campaign, aid, ., c ;r' ,...,; ,. .......-Jewefcy. ? < .,' ,"t. destined to play a large part in the Costumes .
: .
f ...Florida' < :can- get, along, without, him \ ,:' _"'\ .f
"*wy wenY 'He;will doubtless return' DIAMONDS.AND WATCHES > of the Coming Season. 'The' Combination

:to."manage the .next""prohibition campaign 'F > .. . .
{ ' We digit: the attefitiw relatives end frieafe to j' effects are dainty in the extreme.DICKSON .
; in this' state for the liquor! in- : : 'L. > .
i. h" : } ':, .: the ..., KeaWs tBUe G i te eftt W ,at this : i

_ : F T0 :' :. store ,FfMi the Meet mufurift ef.this aeaeaa' aew..y. '

i,c The Tampa Timesheads' one'editorje1 :. est' MTeifiefi,.'to tie Brie ti\'GiM'' a tenMd Diaaaowi '-.-**.,*-..'-!*>

!, "The CcDt of.'Municipal Governae&f : or a DtpeiinMe Watch, we otter -:11IIval.. -

and another wlt,la:Better Not '# ? ':. 4 uW aM _1tJnrat. tz' Hh H

'to>Know Sometimes. ignorance is :'.f'' A WJit to. ova store willie. appreciated aid involves :':\

:Iblem.. ,- c,,"'.. :;: __'. ,, .' -.HO- Ob. gatiefi. to bay. .? :':", -
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'The" :''Lakeland.'Telegram .has ,discovered .' .,. 'c., ,;., '" ..

,a remarkable ;resemblance :t, .

between;:Poncho. Vflla 'and :Theodore : .

i ) ;Roosevelt ,Which:will.take'offense?, .. .. < :.-., ' ;. : 3 7., !

P ",9'.. s
Today is the,last Sunday in July .IVS[ CO.

land if yon.have.not: caught;the'"go : i

'to":Sanday school.in'Jul;" spirit. it is.


:yoer- ;last: opportsfiity.'o_' ,, I .I.U EvanstheJeweler DEPARTMENTAL( STORE

y At uy rate. : the. tremble,in. Haytiis : ,
:'aboet to .settle itself ,and werwfll

i be 14'.able to:wmteh.the war' in'Earopediversion. roo..
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erg Favorite Shopping Place
;' OPPOSITE PO TOFFrCEIXPItT Orlando*

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:! Local and Pcnoiul Mr* ,:Oc. Fwld>visiting-.rela- ,TWO .ORANGE COUNTY 'PIONEERS iiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiitFAVORTE
;
..-,.,, -. .- .. -'.. .' '.'",. : tivee. .'Hi'J:aeielie,.'. :"-for' a'few":weeks.- ,t' " &lIllY" ENJOYS' READING THE NfW PUBUGATmN ISSUED IN
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:: \ :r, : '-' TITREOpenSp.m.and6:30pm.
J .... : 'iIr h $ ;has If u1d the SENTINEL O ORLANDO
: mi gene :over"'on ne.w appreciate growth
1Il.i..Wi.. .... .
,,.' .;. .. a..., ... .,afk e'WCsetona 'bnoaese of in
; ; trip. Orange county particular and '
i.m Ooa 1st DsL n.4 ..__. I'T' ? ". "':: " -
': : : S" w-'f>; 'Florida''in ;general they ,should talk
Admission
f.f. ;ia5. .l' ?M4es- i-Mary" Allen left yesterday for to'> ffle:of the .county's,pioneers who 5.. cents / Has Been Awful Busy With Her Pre- Florida Equal Suffrage Association
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.,__*:-D :$'t
: ,.,' ",," ' "" .for;a:abort ,time. during' the past twenty or thirty Read Morning Paper Number Saturday
'. ._ years. PROGRAM
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.J Mr,,Boy/McCrackea,,traveling: outai" ',Among the callers at the Sentinel .
Three cai'loads of cattle The first
for Natioaal'Biacait passed Gold Seal A thrilling war dramain Mr. Editor-I been somethin busy number of the Florida
Tafflf* the ; :; through ;:.yesterday- from Waldo office yesterday were Mr. N. H. two parts, "In the Fall of '64. these days a makin jell and puttin Equal Suffrage Association Bulletin
,,' _. .c any' ,J waatin town;yesterday. on ;their<'way' to Kissimmee. Fogg, of, Altamonte and Mr. J., H. Nestor. Comedy, "Such a Villain." peaches and I aint had no time for up was issued from the Sentinel press
: t, i Bear of Winter .Those groceries and a week's pass
Park. Mr .Bear has '
., given away to the one holding the writin, but I been a readin the Sentinel Saturday. It is dated the July num.
; Notke;the speciatbirga'oero'dfor : r" D r.F.;N.;Rand in daughters, ,of .resided ,in this county, for the past lucky number at 8:30 every night every day. Yes sirree, you can ber and the association hopes to makeit

". this' k'B:. rdmaD'I':."Store_. Loagwood, were visitors to Orlando forty-one years, coming here in 1873, next week. bank on that. I says to my man I a monthly publication. The first
: e&SatWea en.;- : > i yesterday afternoon., and Mr. Fogg has bene in'this section I number consists of four about
t _. ... ;> says can git along without laces pages
: O>!':;-- 1..r. . ''t- : ._, :, tfo-gtyfrlfofr* '- 'i- rv' for__thirty ,vests, arriving: in ,1884, THREE OF CAILL VX'S LETTERS and furbelows but I caint give up the nine by twelve, and is lull of equal

:Mr..,J.Cheney;: .will' leave;.today I .Misses Overstreet, Mendenhall,'and Both these gentlemen, who are always Sentinel I read it every mornin before : I I suffrage argument. No advertise t

-.. "'.for t'.
,.L ,pp'atA: *ta "*>$'. . ; n-t- i : < days and of the wonderful development and myself such/a difference of char- res and I know it has worried you a ida Equal Suffrage Association are in
.Jtrs..'J.:J.;'Newell-'wiU. leave today I"M%:w::S. Branch is expected Home: of Florida.GOVERNMENT acter. '. lot too, but I am hopin things has Orlando and it is from this place that

for: Cleveland,'.Ohio, to vkitJfor the 'Monday from a lengthy trip:through "We have everything to fear froma gone O..K. at the office. Mr. Spark- the campaign for woman suffrage in

*,,"-remainder.'. of the. summer.'jr '. the, .., northern.. .,and eastern states. IS WINNING IN woman's fury.M man he writes some of the beatinest the state will be. conducted to a great
"
'= ._. 1 HAYTI Caillaux, in his missive, then sayins: I laugh fit to kill over 'em extent.
,4. ''Noraan Taylor. :and, family have A car' loadof ;steel Arrived ,yesterday = entered into details of the .local political every day. One of the funny thingswas The salutatory is addressed to
,retarned$"f roffl a" yiiit.with. Mr. and' to be used in making the addition Washington, July, 25.- ports situation and other matters about a dancin the Sockfoot Rag "Florida Equal Suffragists," and is

:xn:Joe Taylor at Orlando' ..-.Gainest .- ,to the Hovey building. : reaching the state 'department today and said he thought he might not en- I 'sure laughed some when I read as follows:

eSan.' !from Hayti were believed to indicate ter the contest 'at the general elec- that. I says to,my man.I. says them In spirit we heartily shake hands

.' - ----!- ,A.' B. Johnson, of Orlando, who has I that the Haytien government has at tions for the chamber of deputies in subscribers to the paper ought to pay with you. Do you realize what great

'. ,*1 'J.a; Bear, of JiJetei "Park,' many business and social acquaint i last gained the upper hand of the 1910. up on time so as Mr. Ferris wont bea strides the Equal Suffrage cause has

< '.was' among ',tberepreeestative citiwai .-'! ances in Tampa, 'was a visitor"here I revolutionists, Officials here held out The second letter, Sixteen pages in worryin so much and git down made in Florida during the past few

;visiting. the county" metropolis, . yesterday.Tampa ; Tribune. the hope that the Haytien govern I length, was begun on October 18, again, but payin for a paper I.reckon months? Are you aware that public
:may.. ," . I ment would now be able to restore : 1909, and finished the following day. b some like payin your druggist for sentiment in our State is growing
#",jj.\<' Misses Lois and'Jessie;Pedrick re. order without American interven-I It was written on the official note paper medicine what you've took and forgot rapidly in,favor of votes for women?

t. Cipt. 1.R.', M:1 Sims/' one_ ";:.ol '0 Ocoee's- turned yesterday. from, 'a delightfulvisit I tion. of the department.. .of the Sarthe about when you was well You This bulletin will furnish you a
,; toing' cititens .mmgled ,harness relatives and friends in Dade I Capture.of Quartier Morin by fed and said: kinder forget how much you were a directory of the recently organizedState

'. 'witkTi.. >leas re'in,Orlando:;yesterday. Citr eral forces has completely freed the MMy Beloved Little Riri: wantin it at the time. Now I keep Association and its auxiliaries -
,
",7., .. , _-' : .. I Cape .Haytien 'district, from rebels, "At last I have a minute to write my subscription paid up, and I am : It will tell you of the work thatis
;Mr s, John Schnarr,.will leave Mon- Mrs. F. A.. Lewier and younger according to an official dispatch to-' thee." intendin to bring your family some being done and how you may be
(dafvfor: a',visit,-to::points' 'of;"intei- st daughters, Elva and Jewel, will leave day. The revolutionists, defeated atLimonade Then followed a long account of a fresh laid eggs besides. I don't mind of service individually in promotingthe

,'IHinoia.;, _She wUl be, away 'from early;:in the,week for Wilson, N. C., ,-made a last stand at Quar- cattle show at Le Mans and of a visit a coin somethin extry 'for anybody greatest movement of the twen-

Otlaado. several, weeks, t% to visit her. daughter, Mrs. Floyd tier Morin, where they were followed by M. Caillaux to Paris. It then re- that I,like; not me. As long as Orlando tieth Century. Often this movementis
} by the federal army and put to flightThe sumed called the Woman's
\. Rogers. : has such a mighty good papera Movement In
-'N, '; :. iL :Fog?, one ::0'1: -Orange *- ,- ____. territory now is entirely in the "Thou must be very reasonable and layin on your doorstep early every reality it is a human movement be-

:f'oldest:and greatly.: ;,esteemed I Mr..F. J. Dickson, who is connected hands' pf President Zamor's men, it stay at Dinard for the present I morning I am a goin to do all I can cause it grows out of human needsto
; was :among the;:'visitors to :aitk the, Buchanan".Tax Checking is stated, and even the stragglers fear only one thing blackmail. Per- to boost that paper, and want to see which it answers, for

Oehrdo.ye erday! mmgling Business system here,'is spending Sunday with have withdrawn. haps some one' will make a scandal it all over town, like that there Atlanta "The woman's cause is man's, they

sad:'per" :'f' friends at Bartow. Sometimes I am very discouraged.What Journal that allows it covers rise or sink
T;: ;.tr'. r ;--_--t :I'; : BUSINESS STREETS PRESENTED a life! I have but.one consolation Dixie like the dew. Together, dwarf or godlike,bondor
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'Mrs;' M.;,A,,.Jones, ,who- has.beeptke ;.JMr.iUM. M. Smith and daughters, LIVELY SCENE LAST NIGHT -thee" So no further words at thiS writin. free." >

jjfefc<: of Mrs./,R..;,'L Bunch. ;.for' Misses'Berta and Louise, Mr. George The letter concludes: Yours truly, The justice-loving men of the great
,t&.jiifft: ';few" \days,: has returned?to't'- Bo lenJ.and 'Mr.' ., Whitney Wright Had it not been for the refusal of 1 "A thousand million kisses over all IZZY BUTTIN. Northwest have given votes to their

her hareeM. .,CalliML'
;. V'iW- '.,: tour through,northwest Florida.:3irand suspected that the winter seaSon had The letters' read in court today GOOD BLOOD CIRCULATIONIs believe that the men of the South '

,x} : :E..!, Haraey" arrivedyesieri:, arrived last night, bringing with it were .not, as had ben generally assumed I to life. 'Good and the East will not be outdone in
: 'i' necessary newspaper
day; from, Jaeksoville: to ,iota Mrs. Mrs...H., T. Boylen and thousands of tourists. Orange ave- ,-those which were supposed to circulation makes advertisingpay. true chivalry. We connot see how
Ra !1ho M .the.gust of>Mr,--and children expect'to leave today in their nue and Ci rh street were crowded have been in the hands of the assas- Advertisers in the Sentinel any genuine democrat can fail to honor -

B Begae'an: Weat'street';: i automobfle'for. their old home,at Phi with shoppers and amusement seek- sinated editor and the threat of whose know it has the circulation. j the essential principle of democ-
;
.fer.. '.. -: "'-.It! oii.,.,. '-t- i\1... ;;_" ippv W.. .Va.,.*where ,they. will visit *ers. publication was understood to have racy, "that governments derive their
,:: .,:r'.. . -., !' .r... until.. fall 'The business houses and picture driven Mme. Caillaux to.commit. the STATE NEWS NOTESIt I just powers from the consent of the
MiJ-rt A. Mom and Mriia I' shows were doing a big business, crime. governed."
; is reported that George Booth, !
.- ..eetiaiahle'. , ').ladies. of- - .:;, G&Oda: 40. on> 'visit1nd: from a two.weeks trip Detroit and hundreds. Numerous Palm Beach SOME MONSTER GEORGIA of and grapefruit onj j democratic trend of civilization and
are.g....:;.:: Mrs;':'H;taft 'Dana{at Racine, .where he went to visit the suits and the summer dresses of the PEACHESThe the crop trees oranges for ten thousand dollars. I declare that woman suffrage is in-

\ bss- : pretty :-aoae. .:"OB North- Orange: .factories- ..of. the, automobiles. for ladies aided the calendar in reminding. His acreage amounts to ten acres of evitable. Surely they are right in
1jrftVMttfflA
; :" which he is agent us that it is mid-summer, though Sentinel yesterday received grapefruit and the same of oranges.ANNOUNCEMENT this, however mistaken they may be
1i ,P > ".-- the'evening was cool and pleasantThe from Walker Reid, at Fort Valley, in opposing human progress. Woman -

HrifC.. W,;Sato eipecta,'to leave Mr.W..A.'M,: R e., Seaboard traveling .. Ga., some of the largest peaches ever is coming to her own. Women
todV 1for. '! mdrdBe,. Alato';: ytsitbK ',auditor,'spent yesterday in the Orlando Baptists have effected seen in Orlando. They were as largeas will vote universally in the not dis-
.
.att' r...-v&e,,will,.;'go. :tmn., c,thereto city on.,business.. 'He'and Mr. Leiper arrangements by means of which the average Florida orange and a On account of certain rumors circulated tant future.
.Ihyj t mimmnr::hojme,, f'Naahvflle,. quit work. Jong enough. lathe, afternoon they will be enabled to proceed immediately number came by parcels post, arriv- recently regarding lease or Then why should not the voters

IBd- ;'fo'r.' fie. wet.of the sammer." ;' ',to take a dip ,in Clay Springs. with the building of their ing in good condition.Mr. options soon to on be the held Lucerne by others theater, we wishto heldor espouse the cause of equal suffragenow
,4'; ; : :>. .r" / '- new church. They have negotiated a Reid, who in the orange seasons state that our lease on this building ? Many of these voters have already -
MrT R. 0'Moore, one of the:State's ,Mr W. E. Bishop writes from Kansas loan from the Missouri Life Insurance with Chase,& Company, is man- has several years yet to run, and declared themselves in favorof

_. pewit,' .oumercial. representatives,' .City; that. he would prefer his company for.the sum o{ $20,000, ager of the Hale Georgia Orchard that no one else has, has had or will the movement We believe that
wItIa"1' luMdfMurten, ;in: Jacksosyille, porch on North,Orange avenue to the but this will not be available for per- company at Fort Valley, Ga., nd'has have same any lease,is obtained on this from building us,, unless for- thousands more will do so before the

ape t;yeet7 'iDrI I nd He:hasa ,. heat Missouri, and thinks he will haps ninety days. In the mean time been for a number of years. He some. years to come. next legislature convenes.
-- M:i+ffiss: %thiseeeon.that spend'his summers in 'Orlando"in the they will go ahead with the work. of writes that they, are shipping' from We further wish to state that we The number who will thus declare
'aw.always- : ':'glad' .tb.'see.him.; future. construction with the proceeds a ten to,-'fifteen car loads of peaches a will continue to show the same high themselves to be with us will dependin
"' : "' grade class of pictures, and that our
'f: ,' -" loan of $25,000 obtained from' one of day from that one orchard, and expect prices for features will not be raised no small measure on our individ
..tl.'tW '(:: e. Miss!.Mabel Daniels; who lived forA the local banks. These loans will be to finish by August ,,1st From I just so long as the public show their ual and united effort to convince men
ku, paid tWe'oifiee_a'call'yesterday.Mr. number of'years'.on a grove east of repaid from the pledges made by the : Fort Valley Mr. Reid will put up a'' appreciation for the finest films produced of the justice and the expediency of
been in town with her and father will church of peaches Alabama and then by their patronage.Our giving the ballot to
:
Davie,,has ,net ,: Orlando .sister people of the and congrega; I crop regular service pictures are women.
inee '1510,. when. ,he.was engaged;in study at Oberlin college next year, inprepuataonforgoing tion'to the amount, of $25,000. The return to Orlando. newer by from sixty to ninety days Let us work wisely. Let us work
'
-t the ice. ,cream NI Me wfth'Mr..JordUL -; as "a, mission. : totalcostof the building will be between than any other service in this city, hard, remembering that things do
,He was: :iapreaaftd. with. '.the' ary'5 to"China., _Miss' Daniels was'a $30,000'and. 35000. Together LEAVES ON BUSINESS FOR THE and our films the are mad celebrated by companies directors not just happen, that nothing greatis

raW;'growth',of the ;city.,and, 'said student a(Roll ns' college I with the new Methodist church which .0. >4 EAST. COAST employing in the film most business, all of them- won without effort.

tipi.,wifllH*'that'M but sever:left h ..... )A"-- I has been finished and is now occupied who have made the old companies
r He is BOW;engaged in the.brok- The; Sentinel has received a number .; and the Presbyterian church which Mr. E. R. Bogue, the popular and famous by their efforts, and who have VAN HOUTEN BUYS INTERESTIN

'business at. 'the aboveplace.- of :letters of inquiry from' par. I wilt be practically a new building efficient right-hand man'for Chase & branched their brains out and for ability themselves more, using than LUCERNE THEATER r

1 .' ,:, 'i:. fl -, ties/who,expect to come to Floridanext l made_ from remodeling the old one, Company in south Florida, left yes- ever in their latest productions.We Mr. C. S. Van Houten, for some
:Via: X-,H.- Cole was tihen'to'thet fall and winter and they all ask the new Baptist building will complete terday for points ,on the East Coast, buy the latest pictures obtain- twenty years a resident of Orlando,
,...,iW' ;Orlando'Th rs4ay. ,Mrs. atiputacoenimodations.[ If you\ have I as, handsome r a trio of churches :where he will be engaged in placing able, and get them here as fast as is has recently entered into partnershipwith
because feel that
possible, most
,Cab.is1!the. wife ofReev..A.H.: : :Cole; at house, or'a, room' to' rent. remember i as.any city of the state can.boast of. modem'machinery in several of their things depreciate we with age and thatif Mr. A. G. Kent, who has been
f femmr' < 'paMr''of'' the. 'Methodist that they all ,are watching the Tampa Times. packing houses. ,Mr. Bogue'wiU be our patrons support us, they havea conducting for some months past a
I ekwch: *.here, and is a.sister of'Mr& Sentinel to see.if they.can .find what absent from Orlando for the next right to demand the best pictures: moving picture business in the Lu-

.::F..-W., ..Potter., f Jtji, jo be begedthat; jthey f } : want .;A_ clasified ad in the OPEN ALL NIGHT four weeks or more. produced. A. G. KENT & CO. cerne theater.
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:Jk$! .Cole;.will'soonbe: wetl'agam.-4{Want column. k the best'and, cheapest The:City Drug Store is at your service The new firm will operate under the
4-.: ... r, -.aay,-tofind: tenants.;" both day and night Prompt CARD OF THANKS name of A. G. Kent & Co., and will
"; i4 Buy seed from
dependable, courteous. tf your garden DeLa-
,..," .. 'b Mrs. J. :S. Moore and. family, of ney &; Abernethy. Just received a continue to show the newest and best

... -. Sanford, extend their sincere thanks big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf service of pictures in this city.
Ir HMMIIIMIMimilllimilIMIIMHMMIHHilllllHimi": \11111 j ''HHIIIMimilimiMMIft* . I',. and'appreciation to their friends here -- ,
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J * ' ' flowers and
a j- } - for the beautiful expres
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suras' of kindness, and sympathy toward
them during their bereavement

fi : x lUGERNEIONDA y .

Mr. .J. M. Williamson, one of the,
and well known residents of
"p. ," .... i ,,,.'.... .,. ,. popular Gabrielle, was among the visitors to
11 _ _
}. the county metropolis yesterday.THE : VEGETABLES. AND FRUITS


:!:t:'mlll.UlNlOuAfl. > -, .. MYSTERY: third serial of the greatest MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERYThe We have a large supply for you to choose
tf .
;. continuecistory ever filmed Written by Harold third serial of this, greatestof from.,
all serial stories will appear at the
McGrath produced. by the Thanhouser Company. Lucerne theater Monday, and so far FLORIDA LIMESBy
> ,_. as can, be judged from the: previous
: serials, the house-will be crowded.To .

"m: OATH, IF. PUIE' ::_>a. beautiful two reel American 8 previous those, serials who,,the have Lucerne not seen theater the Dozen or Hundred

feature. will be glad to give copies of news-
: papers containing same'so that they GEORGIA PEACHES
themselves with the
> :"KWY;TdTKIISOJ; ? reel Komic mystery can acquaint from the start.
a one comedy.Sinelaugh. |
: ._ Remember, this is a Thanhouser."The Received every day.
beautifultwo
Pierre
'?', Oath of a
"I. < reel American feature, and
tj" ., "Hubby to the Rescue," a one reel .

:.,'.That- .'
LOST Small yellow with black GROCERY
pup
:again tonight: to,. hefolder,'of the. lucky ten cent ticked > \ vg mouth, about t six months old. Return -
toAT W.:Barlow at'DaoB-Ives' CARUTHERS & GORE


thsT FLO iS CENTS.! .BAlCNY5aNTSiilJHffl( ( CENTS iir company.Don't wait for"every one m town 7-25-3t to Phone 200

: have Eatrican, the' pater, byre 6 & 8 E. Pine StreetriiiMiitiiiiiiiiitmtitiiiiiiiiiiiii
Y f you.try. Am too busy to.,look yon ,
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> ,Phone, 636,'and'I will be>> on tile '.
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: >''aAprer 8it'every dey-; Are ;: '-- '"' : -
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i\ 'PR.'y' :yon aeer_ of The Cit,Y' DBteFeY' 'J' MUNNIMAKffiSI .
'-', : irotl. U Z st, Wntot For 'Sak, fer
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" Me throe do. IL90 for .
fob or OM vwk for
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; h :f : ; ,_ i : ;, ;, FOR ,SALE _: -:.. ;. - ORLANDO
; : Niaraery stock, 'one, two, three and
) ; tt, tear, year old buds; Fester Early,
C1NiRTtJS .: , < Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington .
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; ; -.',' ;; .t S Navel Address Jln.1I.Xahl> ,

; :\. r', ,: '. ' 5 ,: :':if {'..,:: : 71 "' Apopka, FIa. Phone 2222. 3-18-tf--- Riyal Ceient, Apilej and Perfection Lime
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': :" ; FOR SALE
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:!, '. : ".' OPfNiftNIGllT, "J Georgia. peaches, wholesale. or 'retail ....
'i
'. i. ""F Fresh, every.day. Also "have
J; Statement of the Condition
tel : fresh lot of Georgia cane syrup at of the
'i1 'j -. King's grocery store, 47 West Church

1 street. The Georgia- Man, Orlando Bank & Trust Co.,

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; 'I I Located''around':the'corner' from: ,. GueniI FOR, SALE CHEAP V. ':F Orlando, Fla, ..

J' :;seys:hardware store.cWMiKAL Nice mare, harness, wagon, baggy At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.
and two-seated spring wagon. C. J. .
: Sweet'Pine Castle Fla. 7-18-tf RESOURCES. ,

.The.cfry; DRUG' STORE FOR SALE-$5,000. in one, two L and Loans and Discounts . . .. . . . . . . . . $379,514 36

f J 4" .<, three year notes, 8 per cent interest Over-Drafts .. ... .. . . .. . .. . . . . . 622 34
payable quarterly; secured by Stocks and Bonds . .. . . . . .. . . .. . :... '26,01833
} J, 4LIDEAN! .Prop. Orlando, Flaguiu.tnuiIuIuunIntutHnii.ui farms first mortgage in Orange on one county.of the Owner best Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . ,. . . 26,637 37

r .. -- needs money and will discount at 1 Cash o& Hand and.Die from.Banks : . . . . 291,393 48
,_ : : : ::: cent Address A. A. Bond, Chu- .
.., . per .. . .' .
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t ' '. -. mote, Fla. 7-18-6t ., )1
.. hi.. :.. L., & y ; $724,185

R Cil8N5' A6AINSTI NOBLE SUFFRAGETTES- .ARE'ARRESTED FOR SALE: Best ,quality heart pine 1' ,LIABILITIES.. .. .

. :.NUT.. 1AYBN, WKECTOBS AT KING'S PALACE fence posts. See L. N. Lewis, 406S. Capital Stock . .-. . . . .. . . . :. . . .'. $100,00000
t;1 1\r. -.- ';!!LuATr ) East street. 7-144m Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . .:. : 39,961 35IMSeoURts

'., n 4 P;'" r '---, i--h ,London, July 24.-Two ragettesbelonging' .. . . . . . . :. . . .. . . . None

r\ New York,:July 24.-Not rotn.the to .the British nobility, FOR SALE-15 head of Jersey milk Bills Payable . .. . . . . . . .. .. .. .. : . '\ None
Icivfl .cart, :.fledyesterday_ to ;dissolve were. arrested today 'atJtackingham cows_ Jas. B. Porter, Lake City, Deposits . .. . ... . . . . . . .-. . . . .... .!... 582,669 47

'[the:New,'York,:New'Haven ft Hart palace, :where they made persistent Fla. Due to Banks . .. .. . . . ;. . . .. .":. .:.... '.' t 1,55506

jfoVd: Thread.'it- : further advanced: attempts to present to.King George a WANTED-Te exchange Vose piano, h'L '. :: !.'.;' 'J',.:... . '. . . II
letter written ; in I .;;: ;.os.);{ ; I ": : r. ":';';'.' ': '
f' 'criaiaal -action against 'CertainjdJrectors.and his'maj styby'Mrs. good condition, for Victrola and .$724,185 88
'jwfll ,
; Emmeline Pankhurst, the mfliant suffragette records. Piano may be seen at Formosa -
t officers be 8 'leader Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland, Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . .. .. $291,393

IcortKng_ to'an anaouBeeawBt J< a personal in .. ,
jT.-W. Gregory, .special Distant toI f. ." ,
terview with the king and 'claimed WANTED-Couple to live on country "
t'a aey.general,, I 'place. Call or address, 400 West Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174 59 59
.1 f .Ifl is. : that the suffragettes should be given Central avenue.WANTEDPermanent. .
? expected a-special: panel June 30 1913 . . . . . . .
; federal',' the same right to an interview as certain Deposits on $527,758 01Deposits
the grand ane .
be
; juiY'anil and th ll :militant men, namely Sir Ed position by on June 30, 1914 . .,. . . . .,. 582,669 49
the first:week in Aggnat '
for ..
\ ward '.Carson, Capt., James Craig, woman with family to support.Experienced .' : .
fthe for criminal viola. ..
: alleged
eaata ; John 'Dillon and ,John E. Redmond, in'clerieal and executive L..l?, INCREASED . .. . . . . . .. $a'i,,911 48
tien,of'the,,Sherman, anti-tricot, law work. and capable of handling forceof
'j wfll:start ahoit that time; :' Mr. Greg- who had,.it was pointed out, been in people. Orlando and Chicago ref- . t j
. . vited'to' of the Orlando Bank &Trust endeavors
'-- I directors Buckingham palace by the erences furnished. as to character and The management Coy ,
:: f-ory has deeUaed' to'atwhat king on his own initiative. ability... 7-19-tf to persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its !
;would
: f |w proceed ,ageinst'criminally.' ',The two'w men arrived at.the entpnce :' treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
: r ime'bat; he said, would,include some PARTNER, with an auto
| ,to the 'palacethis morning WAITED Accounts of all who desire the services of a wen:.equipped and
.-MiB.d for an engineering proposi
f;of, . in.the civil. suit,
., carrying a large scroll prettily draped tion. Good profits. Address B. J., safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
\ OUgh'\net-kaeeeee.lri1yof.: them, SentinelDRESSMAKING
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: :f M fvshthly: .lee- persons not t with stated purple'ribbon that'they: had streamers.petition to They present care : uuutItttittsttinnnuzunnnnnnwn: :.':

fk\ The'wwwer. of.tiw ;New Haven'.toithe to,his majesty. The attendants sewing of all kinds-Plain, and and work ready fancY I
lb ? perSuaded'th to 'leave, .but they when promised, at room 'No. 6, over OSTEOPATHY HftitttiaiitiiMimttH
,, ?' suit in eqwty, aw filed,on or I I
k returned later'and announced their Estes' drug store. Misses Keen &. Griffing's Trees
'{before Asgneti2tkedate which
; : -on
_';.e::criminal" action, is .expected to determination' to remain until they, Baldwin. .- Give ResultsOrder I For Sale .
: were_ given an audience with the DR. I
'k' J. C LOWELL
known that
.tarLt ,;exceptions 1 ij
n". : .. king. The :police ,then took, the .women FOR RENT your ROSES _
.will;"be.',taken ,to :the.appika (tfee"fwa efit for,a'.reefivership on FOR RENT-Cheap, small cottagenear extra charge for hooae,treatment now. Office opposite P.0. I I Ii \
Modern 8-room
'." :jthasgiosnd"that" the'railroad is pay: W. E. Stevenson's, DeLaney Telephone connections j :
;ice. -ti'f. charges, and. 'that for the. )DOES $100,000 DAMAGE street, south. Inquire'of Mrs. Steve Office GRIFFING'S TREES GIVE RESULTS i
'; enson, or Mrs. Dr. Anderson. cor. Orange and Central Area.DR. i House 2 doors ;
t fha;year?,there r.was .a" rarplos One reason:

t. ,'IU, ..: Bellefontaine, 0.,, July. 24..,Fire FOR RENT-Two office spaces in F. C. BOAROMAN) The Grifflngt are the ,best and west of Wyom- : :'
t'- practically wiped out the business most experienced propagatersin
.. store at No. 9 W. Church street
l our
. .
: the state, and one or more I
'1AMIIICA' ;QN" section of DeGraff, village near Com -in and we will show you. Pierce DENTIST ing Hotel. Bar- : :
;.TO-JI'AIT: OCEAN of the five are always on the .
\ here, early today,:causing a .loss estimated Electric Co. 3-29-tf ground.
it* :_FUMT NEABHr.'JO Ns< i
.: ;
---- t Boardman gain.
at,over 100000. Building. H
W H BROKAW
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: TO RENT-Some very desirable modern .
M:New York,:Joly. 24jj_ te thirty: t houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. Office Hours: Salesman I
.. 'jhree'mflee south ef?St Johns,'N.:F,' The average .man's, love for birds 4-26-tf .
and Trees
830 12:00
t to 1:30 to 4:00 Grapefruit Orange I
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: doesn't ,extend further than the A L. Bentley ;
,hip bees:selected jai: ; \the starting any ,
AtIaMIe noble bird'on the back' of the almighty MISCELLANEOUS Telephone. 640. ,
Slice ,for. :the'tniIS- flight.. .,of j
'the::,-airboat: ,America.. Waiter .D.Rafter . '.:dollar. 10 E AMELIA AVENUE
DYNAMITING done in all its branches. NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet Who is your painter and decorator '
;.who" ',went to,St'. Johns, three '. . Clearing land is our specialty. potato slips at $L75 per 1,000. If you are satisfied keep the one yen HiiMMmtiiMMiiie'Bead .
.weeks ago 'to,:',select. ;':.a- place ,for. the IMMtMIMMIMIMMMMim; ' Let us do work. Estimates Quick ddirery. Cash. Apopka Plant have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, -:7':
t fiepartare. of>the:_America,\ returned: your Ce., Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf Ne. 636. 1-20-tf the advertisements dailf.
cheerfully given. L. N. Lewis, 406S.
'atterday..j The:.site",selected, (said, ; East street '114lmoFirst - - r i
',wa*, near; ,Cape" Broyk on.jt; long tttttttntttttttnnttntntttntnu4ttttttnflttt.4'flU
.: treteh, (:sandy beaeh':and so shel class Brazing a specialty at
feted as 'to.provide:ample protection Warman's Repair Shop 'o:. Court St

'/. > Mir 'WiH awMvroee . HOTEL 12-5-tf. 3Ii.j11I& fiJ

__today. :from' mm BcIs port, Rubber Stamps made,to order at .
ft.;Yn.when:the America::18:undergeiaff ,-- Warman's. Repair Shop. 12-5-tf.

her triate,'ni cated that every. ,. I I.J ,
obstacle had.been- oyereone;.that the .J JII.llltdtflnl CIIII : H .

:'"Aufwt'1;'and:woild start across' : L Rooms with bath,,hot :: ExcursionVIA . ,

the:AtitaOe'about.August.:15.. i ,,and cold wat r. -

"' ,. .. < round. 1
.) Open year I .
6';Ture.BoBoclc,'of::Iargonh.ethe ; \!
Summer rates through : be MarriedCame Soon
ship-
.commeaeed gaftering: DfJ) '..
.pbg of pieettoaesves:in' ear lots. .August'and September.
Last. week, t&i shipped one car 'to 1 AtliUti Coasi t
ORLANDO FLA. I
,
i Geraeay.., _The fare. /ut. ,with I
to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of,
.lo,III',a4aW triM. .:aad:btied. .., :ia:large. 7-23-lm
t and comfortableyet
attractive
four five wanted their home to be
.
.' or rooms. They
b.-.*- : J-:.wrl.... :I'r'.. it.::!'H1': t. !. ..K".-:- I AII 'al_ 111111.1111 i II II,; LINE t the amount of money which they had available for the furnishing of their


;illl i ,)I i: 1 :l 'i II. ', I1111111,1(,I-III'IIi., homemade expensive peices prohibitive.. stock., {
IINDAYJlly.Z7.ltI4: : They spent considerable, time with us lookingthrough our large

: We offered a few suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were

I We.__ ," :l WtU' ;,Put" . the .. Reins ROUND TRIP FARES : much pleased with what they had.seen and took memorandums of what they ,
FROM : should
thought they want.
i : Success: in Your After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doing

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_. JacksonvilleACCCSTA the best possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their order -

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,. ii \ ( F tiak-G. Mme) ,Naps ,on:.July ,5th would have 'been that on many days the paid
tiK w'YOrk; ;;:J l:25.This':: a_story 41:games won_and 31 lost,'for a'percentage attendance had fallen below the 1,000 A- THE MARKETOf

.'of:bow:'the ,1914:pennant'chances of of .569. This would have mark, and that one day it reached -
: tiMrCfevelAnd, '.American league team put them just a jump behind, the only? 210. As a'road attraction they. .
y were:practkaHy-: vreikedbycupiditythattresalte4 : league leading Athletics- nd'with a are no better. BARGAINThree Cleanliness Of

t ia,saving. about) , OO. fine chance, for world's series honors. What QualityFRESH
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It..w.::a:story, too, of how::Charles When a' dub is* down, in the race been written had Somers offered ,
-? 'W.\; ,Cleveland .magnate, ,AND SALT MEATS
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Cleveland' this year has been the i that he seemed',to have earned.
:oUf; in100044: to,?800,000; allibebe -, :I only two and pne half miles Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
-geee -wanted.. 'to dole."oat.'.a'smallreward : - ---- -- I
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;to"'a 'pltcker':whose',brilliant Will sell all. The Everything away from the flies, and kept fresh

,wit._. daring.tJ*. 1913 seiaorikept: .the, r one or and pure.
Nape in:'the fight all tbe'way.and enrnbled'the : ond& price will double when the

; 'club to-Hear,. something. like f Gore brick road is laid. Other ; We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

;15oool ; : '. small tracts for everything in the Meat Line. J
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.t' fdt-r; fifht-'He,'"wm. '-the. jfirst' ten games. REAL VALUES LOW PRICES property at prices that com- -
pitcSed/aod fiaished:!the season with

'&tfa.rq.in'Falkenberg's;n ar nwBdr flee top.;and, Such in 'that'offair work; ,1 '.. .. COMPARE. mand attention. H. M. Self & Co.

ainded:fani.:wasdefiervingo :. OUR FURNITURE Cooper & Atha H PINE STREET
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j bid,.Falbi berg.get R,!' :Nay; nay.' i. .
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r anywhere,near,.Ms W13,form,'the Io THE" GREAT -SEEANDBEE" Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand Elliott's Table linen and Towel .
f Nape:now'rwHW.. be iiv;,a pennant I.r. tsas araa tser ;ira-;sio_aa'r.... __.IdlaaUOO..... ;
in the : .G.-ia ewa-i.ear".u,ra ......arr.ntha*uy__aI Pants and Overalls made by,Sweet Orr Goods
APt.iDItei4 ,t hppelesely :" jrut. ....tI... Ia__ _u. ,. Dry from H. B. Claflin, & Co.

";.."e}'staff:deplereble.weiaosaleso has.. kept,..the .Clevelanders#.:ita'pitchng -. w' rDBUFFAW' and:Q.EVELAND-MayldtoD.c.lEl ; d &C.:.> ;" \p::_ c.F:.:: J\!",... 1>... Best place in the dty to trade. t

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.',. ; ;ten of the. :guinea that 4$ye:been'lost. ddivcry, should be the battle cry. Not"swat the fly." No more dirty fly paper, or smears of

'' .would.have.been.. .lea by lenberg.i <<'it' .. -. '. .. , : swatted flies around.the house ':" the way to rid your house of flies is the way of cleanliness.That's .
;: .'. :-- if:"tb.)Naps ;WOn ; - I 1 why the Gas Range appeals to the housewife and cook it spells cleanliness about

"/.. -el)'ten 'games' :....../....:,f,'-.'lo8ing. ... .fib:. Get yours now tF. : ... y the home and person. No'dirt, no ashes, no smoke, no smudge Everything dean, meals on
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_. Of: dicl1eirt8ned tli& ,Ttey1. could'bavelplaid . a RUSH, : Cleanliness is .the watch word, whether it be to rid the house of flies or rid it of dirt and
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,,;. livewon>-t least: .JOf: :OIMt'" \ would not' cook right;:now starve.it-don't feed it any more wood.

games. that, f.aft7i.li. .. . Get,_a Gas ,Range and make your cooking, clean, cool and comfortable.
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character is contained in a telegramto
Senator Bryan from R. :M. Price,
.t \ ; :.CHCKING ACCOU of Florida, who writes:

{] "Citrus canker, a very dangerous Our Statement

;;: .," \ : 'Ii disease., is-attacking. ... trees" in.territory .
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.' best efforts to ,secure corps of pathol- I U. S.
Household" Management ogists from .department of agriculture URItI Currency, ShOY1S' '.


:is put,on'a more.satisfactory and State to spreading work study so and.far rapidly.advise ineffective situation.. and disease . III ti 1 Deposits, June 30, 1914 $378.286.00 II 11 Ii ;

? x business_ like+Jbtsis by having a Senator Bryan has taken the matter Increase, since oar last pub-

checking.account. up with the department of agri- : fished statement March 4, ,
culture and is awaiting its decision.: .. '
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f. ;save'.,you:will amount to considerable. MOTORCYCLE THIEF CAUGHT IN
t.' THE ACT Increase in tric) ,
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... Friday night abot nine o'clock a ; :, 12 months, iP / ,; 0 7 I ':1
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.' ccount.subjectto'. white man attempted to steal a motorcycle '
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,1j LOOSE LEAF BOOKS I cated. A
-4 ALL AT SEA ON THE HOME
RULE, BILL King George and the premier, but no ing bill as originally introduced, the however, expect this step to be suc.
1esell'the: best of the' many systems in meetings were held. bill should be withdrawn and the cessful.

use, "'The:,I-P' 'line is the most satisfactory London, IJng., July 25.-Since the It is understood that much dependson home rule bill allowed to become law The Unionists meanwhile are preparing -
failure of 'the conference on the I the result of the meeting of the under the operation of the parliament for a general election, in the
: A for:' saalivor.pocket sizes, and fillers aresold Ulster situation between leaders of Irish National party on Monday, act.The t belief that failing a settlement ,by

,... ',.- : in. :Very town. in the U., 'S ,Moore. line the various political parties.at Buckingham when the Irish members of parliament government, however,. generally consent, Premier Asquith will advise
; : hav wilt .decide what attitude theyare is expected to of the the dissolution of parliament.
of;:ledgers: for";store and office use is handy palace, politicians urge passage
; turned their attention to the next to adopt toward the measure to second reading of the amending bill
M .sl. .pl' *,and. economical Covers and 'fillers step to be taken in the home rule con- amend the home rule bill. as amended_ by the house of lords, so We insure your life and loan yon
for :yourvespecial need always in stock.r i troversy. The amending comes up for discussion that it may be restored to its original money on real estate at 6 per cent
-i ., interest Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,j
f 44bN Premier Asquith and other members on Tuesday in the house.of com- condition in committee. This it is
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( ..,., h;.'I';:f '!'.' W" .- .BRANCH of the cabinet remained, in town mons. Many consider that as the pointed out would give another .3-25-d&wtf
: ; I ;'i.t; '."" .: ., I the 'greater portion of today and several Ulster unionists rejected the offer ofa chance for discussion, with the possi-

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ef'titbe'reqiired.Seftnees.to. drape .beaatifaSy.*; Equally can get here in inexpensive dresses, whether it is a simple for here is furniture that can be used a life time, and

.lavfek has she tee;with ester favoring vivid colors stalk heirlooms to the to
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