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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 30, 1914
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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'l.f a a: France, July 29.-(Special, Paris, France July 29,-(Special.) Paris. France, July 23- -Fiance London, Eng.. July 29.-While today received a telegram ;
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'.' -> 'fg t't.* 'ari yprss t.il ps} Mexico, j-FoUowiaf' immediately upon the -A 'dispatch from Vienna late to- con aes quietly to prepare for war. Austria-Hungary was preparing to- saying he practically had decided to
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t..t.fSfl t is***f...'M.a a b.- :-received here tafeot tawa, today sent Austria on night confirms'the report that Bel- Trost i of the regular army are grad- day to strike at Servia, against whom I come to Washington to .confer with

/ ....} ''''J.-:CastsBstoenonal' rep- .tiH.'ef. her intention to.uphold; grade is under bombardment by the uallp oncentrating near the.frontier.A she yesterday declared war, the rest i the senate banking committee on his

-"" : r4 _.of Caie jaLMr ': Sfrvia.f- TJ' note:is tantamount to Austrian artillery. This message nil guard has been placed in of Europe, although still hoping that 1 nomination as a member of the federal .
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-' 'aafepL This information, re- says the bombardment was precipitated the it flour mils at Corbeil, near the conflict would be localized, were reserve board.
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4.. ':. ',:sayiiig4M_ .. G wral:: : .Vilkr; '. and: tomght. y ,arrived :by' specialor1f.zrn when 'a party of Servians attempted Paris.fcThe: bakers in Paris are lay- making ready for the greater war Although tho telegram did not state E
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"t" .. :: St Petersburg to complete the dynamitingof in terms that Mr. Warburg would
'i Jwtiee AB s4a, tbtw0'_ _tee ofy ing infkrge stocks and the city anthoriti that must ensue if Russia should intervene -
egad net Eussk taken, extraordi- the bridge over the Seine river, 1 come, White House officials said they
't rye fS Nal ttwmnint'wbo bad'leit ;; started forming today a reserve on behalf of Servia.
'; 'had srjty.reaMNns,to prevent any comnwnicatien between Semlin and Belgrade, whichwas considered the question closed and
;-;'.,. ;h ai-;. Cnii .r.Tampieo to"meet' > e f any character from partly blown up Sunday.: AuStrian s Are of 15,000 tons of flour. The stock market in London that Mr. Warburg would appear in
*; iaribraeted.to. carry out in dMa
t 2 '.. "already frtflsmg'then frontier. wee last Satuijiay troops,'ft 'ed at the Servians, The j wlice department is exercising showed that the situation was grave the near future.

\, ;t43; ",s..:--- >buie.. ftia.of 'peace. aieJ"II. .her, fartention.'to. support. Ser who retaliated, and the Belgrade I a genettil surveillance over Austrians and anxiety increased by the issue of After the receipt of the telegramMr.
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" I and Gt ,mans in Paris where
: via ;Jon the battlefield would have bombardment 'followed. many Warburg had a long distance tel
1Ir.'C WIet to. mean that. throughcaanaals orders to the British fleet at Portland
,' ;, .- '- been known;four days ago. Martial I thousands of them reside. The pre- ephone talk with Mr. Tumulty,
secretary
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i .,and".threofh .R fieMdal to sail for a destination, which was
; fect otlpoliee'today ordered the discontinuance
\ doelared Petersburg -
.: -icon in St Bombardment Doing Great. ] Damage to 'the president He had
... ; [ adviance' delegate ofitllCarbajal not revealed to the public. Meantime
r .. of the service of the
Satuwlay following cabinet meeting pub- found his talk
a with
yesterday Sena-
; fevemment, who is withsGiilSalCarnafsa . ; Athens, Greece, July 29.-Spi. dispatches from Vienna showed that
.when the czar said: "I have lic attables on the sidewalks and on tor Hitchcock and
definite cial.. )-At 6:20 ,p. m. the foUowin very satisfactory
unhad. -
: ; .BOW, a the in front of cafes in the movement of the Austrian forces
._. been but terraces con- that he
-- been reached patient seven years, my pa- telegram was received at the Servisailegation saw no reason why he shouldnot
; tiM. 'now'exhausted and lam de- here, dated Wednesday' jit sequen*,of disorders which have occurred toward the Servian frontiers was confer with the committee. No
resjpect> amneety and g art ( r f' Since the beginning of the international proceeding steadily, but a strict censorShip -
f fck wfflB to show Austria she,can not .10 a. m.: ': time has been set for Mr. Warburgto
Carransa, understood, .
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tension. prevented exact disposi-
' Russia longer. come to Washington.
any the .has
I "During night Belgrade
i imanity. to..*n-except:tkMereapaasftli tion of the from
The made to troops becoming
< [;fJIM thateupon ordered the government an appeal
mo-
the overthrcwAs . been bombarded; Several shells,,fell Chairman Owen also received a
I. ,,for b' ... ; Russian rushed'ciePl the press to keep calm and carefullyto known to the outside world. All Aus-
3.1 : ,pfacticallv..'afl of .e olthj army in various quarters of the town, causing -' telegram from Mr. Warburg in which
r tern verify its news concerning the cri- trian and Servian railroads were yesterday
-<-t\ img with army great Shells fell ihe the banker
stated
w'W: Memo' hhia damage. on, he thought his appearance .
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. = ;.J the Austrian frontier. J sis before'publishing. ,Adolphe Mes- taken over for military ser
ng'. Andrevitch banksand could be
Franco-Servian "agreeably
rims.tie,e osed,br the Cs ar.-
i ;: ;tS .'-osasorship:-was,Jmme'piir the proprietor of the last namedbinkwgs simy, minister war, today visited vice.Servia ranged."
t ) _____ *, ., f --.1 the military;wireless station pn ''the it was known, was just as '
.n\.iitW\\ : wounded., An artillery! $ Reports to the White House
,,. ... ,. .., -. Eiffeltqwef.and'ordered,the Jstaff;to! active in.moving'her troops. Strong by ,
;- Tf, t:' .c/'-few" - ,' -...a..a.ta..o.... .. .--..... agreei "-' 'a8-. a> tpnvatet tehegrrami( sioppeaEiuwia's is going' on at jVichnitza, five kilometers be, ,doubled, the officers. remain on! forces; were dispatched to- the fortified Democratic leaders are that there is
\i -- '{;;:..iW'bete bsi red out. 'Dip:9 ;.uncoapromialng yet politeattitude down the river from Belgrade. very little opposition to Mr. Warburgand
I ." duty night and day towns of Calyevo and Uzhitza,
':' .r : 'tiat.ttie : .toward England,.and all the "In of the fighting one : that a, number of Republicanswill
'. Q 's kirat., bere', ,ei oct. ,.. :9 n consequence' Long lines of ,depositors waited on the Bosnian frontier and to Svilaj-
araFalls other2pacific: powers was merely a of the pillars of the'Seine bridge has vote for him.
Ni
': ,.tie Pro- : outside the savings banks today to natz on the eastern part of the coun-
.; iQ'Ir _be .,important. sabArov pretext. to gain time in order to. put. been,destroyed, hence communica- The president today had not decided
:among
,k withdraw their as all try, while strong divisions of volun-
'j it "T: __**. rof these the army, on' a war..footing:, tipn has, been completely interrupted. money pay- on an appointment to the vacancy rs
: ments will be stopped in case of war. teers reinforced by regulars were
DOtito
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wasfokwed"iemedittelyby caused
i by the withdrawal of
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:protests by
the river Drinia
4 gathering along ,
tie
news of
' the nomination of Thomas D. Jonesof
d .ea.. :pw pre< Bh4en by Losnitz the Bosnian frontier.
FIFTY VESSELS TO BE MEASURED near on
:'AqiatiM .,Brazilaad the boabarding; of. Belgrade. Had Belgrade Reported in Flames Chicago.
;i the .U.. States, I FOR BIG DITCH Montenegrins Also Preparing ..
.- the Servian sustained the first
s :Chfle of the w.,goat in :; troops Vienna, July 29.-(Special)-A re-i The Montenegrins also were mak-
ai :: -" c" : : success over Austria Russia might port reached Vienna tonight that Belgrade SPANISH FETE ENDS IN DEATHOF
;! ; > and had stationed
In
.fir have relented but". the probabilities New York, July 29.- anticipation ing preparations a
,
{'r+ g .word, 'eaBie.tAMI8J is inflames, following the bombardment 20 PERSONS
the with mountain
now that Russian troops 'already of the opening of Panama brigade a battery near
hare
:b8a'V.. tree'where age&ts of Za.fata are of the city by two Danube -
where
canal fifty vessels have thus far Priboj, women were busy
applied -
.r- :< -.sad. Carraaaa;have:been- '"coaferraf. .. -. crowed the frostier aid invaded -. monitors and small warships of the to the surveyor of the port of building earthworks. Tudela, Spain, July 29Twenty
- $ .
Ah, rt by which the Galacia. Austrian Shells have five people were killed and 60 others
: afr* navy. destroyed New York for measurement under Servian and Austrian aviators at
:wv&em :*....' Tito' :coP rate It is tile tees firm intention to do exposed portions of the city and also the canal rules. Thirty vessels, it the same time were flying along the injured, some of them fatally, by an e
t : ceMtiUtienalists 'restoriac aWay once.for all. with Austria's protenaione explosion of fireworks during a local
wftTAe battered down the fortifications. It was announced today, have already frontiers trying to locate the positions -

_'. t.r. ,pea- e";11M...:.'b.ea", drafted' and. approved 'I to kind.exclusive right.: in ItheBalkiasa is reported that the palace is badly been granted certificates which they of the opposing forces. festival today. Most of the dead
of Monroe doctrine
.. Only were decapitated by the force of the
by .the delegates. they j damaged.
: As far
,o/j,her, own. Therefore the, conflict will produce whenever they pass as a general European war explosion.
I the There is fee is concerned, diplomats in London,
noireR .between the.two groups of..Europeanpowers through canal no
:: "; CHICAGO SLAVS RAISE FUND for measurement and foreign nations while they confess the situation to be
i.hk, !;: .,. seems today inevitable. FOR SERVIAN ARMY CANNON RUNS'AGAIN
( adJM I I' can also measure for the canal traf most grave consider there is hope of
.The e ly'4wA4W'f''r> the sits !I" conflict the Aus- -
averting a so long as
"Tiatioa. :Vila.'.As yet only vague!:Ratsk. and Atria Sever Diplomatic fic.Under Danville, HI., July 29--Joseph G.
was Chicago, July 29.-War funds the canal rules it will cost tro Rus ian "conversations" continueat
/aaViees:,have eeiM' .to.officials as, to' ReUtiow raised at anti-Austrian meetings here the American steamships Kroonlandand St. Petersburg. Cannon, former speaker of the national -

ViBa's.iBtmticM.' :_Se e.definite 'exprssstod 'London- July 29 SPeclaL-The .last night were counted today and Finland $10,725 apiece to pass house of representatives, has

Jf' ',fa-opecttd.soon.Prefcafeary .' Ttew announces that- Russia 'and held in ,readiness to be used for the through the canal, or more than |21- Austrian Reserves Going Home .. announced his candidacy for congress.
I
Austria have severed diptomaitc relaUnaeit transportation of Servians, Croatians, 000. for the round trip from New New York, July 29.-The consu- i

T 'im i /l:_ ., f1 IlI1[ t enA. Bohemians and other Slavs who wishto York to the Pacific coast ports. Fora lates of Austria-Hungary and Serviain fOUR I HUHDRID ACRES[ TO BE
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fight for Servia. Currency and fair sized freighted the tolls will this city were busy places r again

G r.'J*"m Hears of Rassk's Action pledges said to total $10,000 were amount to.,about $5,000, and for an today. At an early hour crowds of PLANTED[ IN GR4PEfRUff[

.London, July 29.=(Spee a1.-A raised at one meeting for the benefitof auxiliary motor yacht about $78. The men capable of bearing arms filed

.... "n.- cipher telegram from St. Petersburg the Servian military hoapitgl'ser- fees are without regard to displace their names with the consuls and -
: Wf*_ ..sty ........, received London bureau the Intense shown. Immense Grove to Be Set Out on a
: at the of vice. feeling was ment tonnage or to.what is contained promised to hold themselves in readi

w jfcelJIIJHlaUirfsr International News company tonight The Austrian double-headed eagle-I in a vessel, and it is said it may be ness to return to their native coun- Sheltered Location by theO

Way' states that Russk is determined to emblem was torn from the walls and possible to" put through the canal a tries for military service.At Jaw&ha

'1 ,-:.... support.'Sank by force of arms and trampled. cargo whose tonnage is three times the Austro-Hungarian consulateit a

IF. the last'''* tiM Presbyterians has 'served! Austria with an..ultimo that of the registered, tonnage upon was stated that in the event of a Messrs. J. G. Kichiine,.,of this city,

: .<- nWJ'. r'M >st.;>fkt' fa." the .'CMdm tin. A. stringEnt ceaeerskip pea BASEBALL RESULTS which tolls are'eharpLMONTANA large number of reserves in this Dr. J. E. Klock, of New Hampshire,

w : *..baC. tfce regular weekly vane at St. Petarsterg.RKT country being called upon steamships
: ,.. *'tII'WcL The Jaat' i Federal League FOREST FIRES BE- would be chartered by the govern- who has many Florida investments,

'.op; ''to.attend services in the :' AMONG AUSTRIANS AND COMING SERIOUS ment to transport them to Austria. and Mr. Coggins, of Weirsdale, says

c _..:.......;.....-.. 'beilIiIt! iige aH. senieeeL ,$EtVI Na AT LOS ANGELES Baltimore Buffalo 3, 4 Chicago, Indianapolis 4- 8. How the Servian reservists would get the Ocala Star, bought recently 400

be lade' work of benrtanMBtai ;1 Brooklyn 4,- St. Louis 3. Eighteen Misosola, Mont, July 29. Twonun- back for military duty was a prob- acres of splendid hammock land, on

'E, k wise wiy&tfc Swiay i I Lot Angeles CaL, July 29. -Riot. innings. dred men wer engaged today fight- lem that it was said at the Servian the Ocklawaha river, and bounded on
::' .i.itEe' .... i forest fire in heavy stand of consulate would be solved quickly
ing a a
I kg broke oat.hert early,today in the Pittsburg 3, Kansas City 5. one aide by the Rentz spur of railroad
,": 'Jn. .: otfcer:.charch furai- I the, where"' spruce on Big river in the Flathead when the time for action arrived.A .
I of
portion city Servian
';neefl" being' .:)moved' ire's', the'old'1 I and Austrians reside. There was N tieHl.League national forest The fire i* the worst rumor that the principal Euro- that crosses the river at Sharp's

..y -b a- H,-:".*t 'of it feJag into fee BOM shooting bat. no one was found New York 1, Pittsburg 0. of a dozen burning in various portions pean powers likely to be involved in Ferry. The company? now have the

:' 'Snfcy :sAad 'pooW; Mr., Frank I) to: .b ,,seriously hurt Police reserves Boston Chicago 3. of western oMntana. the Austro-Hungarian war had placed wire on the tract and will commence

,Hyer;,'... 'wiI,''bare.. _._....': f':the. 'soppreased' 'the titarbaace.:. Several Philadelphia. 5, St. Louis 8. "We are facing a.repetition of the orders in this country for large quantities the work of fencing the land at once. ;

o vedea_of_tkiiM+r.bi iWiIc. Austrkns were arrested. Brooklyn 5, Cincinnati 8. great fires of 1910," said District of coal for their navies was In a very short time they will begin ;}

The new tirftfu,as bas been men American! league Forester Silcox; "unless we can stamp confirmed by leading coal exporters clearing and getting the land in shape

'' .:tiwed .before ,k.these .celimfift,, wfllbe TWELVE MINERS'BLOWN TO Cleveland 2.6, New York 610. out those fires before they. run to today. The possibility of Germany, for the immense grapefruit grove
and France being shut off from they propose to set out on it. Large
Italy
z min ofarchjieetere gether.
t ',of::the .Syailsk- .. style MTS'BY'DYNAMITE Chicago 4, Boston 8.
4 budded stock will be planted and in
.t fi the Welsh coal supply by England ,
4 ,s se>Ne ghtehsn: ea St Louis 0,Philadelphia,5.
SHORTAGE OF. LABOR FEAREDIN being drawn into the controversy is the rich land, so well protected by
fat 'the since
hare ... -" plan Detroit 7, Washington 9.
ttie Casad, ,Geraaay; July 29Twelve PENNSYLVANIA held responsible for the orders.plated river and surrounding forests as it
the'photo 'i propewd: beidbigwas .
o < ; potath miners were, blown ,to pieces Sooth Atkatk,League here. is from frost danger, the gentlemen u
; piatiaatd, "'I'wil_be an:eveniaaisHMrlbwHhf
4 : : :tfcan:the photo-; today by the premature eipkaon of Macon 5-1'Augusta 46. Pittsburg Pa., July 29,-Heads of should have a grove there in a very j
% - eighty founds dynamite while they Columbia 5-1, Jacksonville 0-0. few that'will a great
Ai.. lld. ". manufacturing and mining companiesfear A space of ground twenty feet years represent

? z , :'rAdll.a: big win."be werV;:skkkff a:shaft .ia the Krajailmke Albany 5Chaileeton: : 4. .. t the shortage Of labor if the Aus- square will be leased to the govern- many thousands of dollars in value.

r >:reedy,fre. tics'fall. near here.' Columbus .3,. Savannah 0. tro-Servkn war' is prolonged. 'It is ment by the city commissioners of
aeey.
i'-j'' .i : ..': .": .' Southern League estimated that there are 500,060 Aus- St. Petersburg for the, erection of a (From the Gainesville Sea)
tJ. '
,.. ..1 ; ..;..: .... d ::Ray.- .. 'THE,.WEATHER' Montgomery 4-6,.Menus 27. r tro-HuBgarian subjects in, western signal tower for the display of storm Roy V. Sellars has been appointed
} : '. and northern West Virginia warnings. The lease will last ten municipal judge of St. Petersburg by
: .; it:..eij. ( 'if. .I"i 8eOde at New Orleans 4, Chattanooga LBirmingham I Pennsylvania
; f' l-< ( ''ti/,: ,'': :Florida:,-',Local, 'showers .Thursday- .7, Atlanta :L one-fifth,of whoa are liable for years and provides for the erectionof I the city commissioners to fill the un-

h. p tr- D(: lf Friday i ? t Nubville.Mobile; rain.' I military duty. the tower immediately. expired term of Judge J..D.BelL '_

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; )i. YJ L " : ;JaL7 St. ,Augustine bas peen completed ,
'R NsfIL .fir '"Pieadelit'Wl'isoli. neverplays; :;i'A 1 mvem .ti has''been Btftrted-'at. 1 and Iiasbeen'?*ff-l 'W The*1 .instrument .. ,Grafld 1

- o KeyWest"l okmgJto4 the''is&bf' was presented d to:theichurea'bp Mrs. .11. I

r 1 1'n on probe- taW,_can not get the real.marvelous enjoj m tp&fbonds:!for rthe p poeerof' J<'T. Smith as a'memorialjto her::hus .

; Out'of.;:the golfing''game,"{remari4game. building .
.' ,- tourist hoteL' >'Sentiment- band:yijt sis roper t d by j electricity TODAY

. :. "stOri s of seems'to-be-practicaMy unanimous in i ifttr and.has about'sixteen hundred pipes.
It fssae"of. eGo" voraliI'r art M 'fr '
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1 The'organ was b at nd installed .
e. -tr"t' f u : by

U. n B.:;Parker ;arrived .borne I Ia >1Pbat would goat be the ,I !I1 : .>> the Austin Organ. e company; 'of Tar t- Strange as it.May' Seenv-Tnere's. Noth
nb'f.r .
; the SeutW %fjT- -
' J, lengthy stay;al ongc rp if dn't Id a D'lsf;a qq.. Y 'W', .,;. ford'V, Conn.9 .log Really Strange About It. 4
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1T ll. 4 J .t an drede Ii' '. When it was announced: that a feature would be: presented

a e' ti in the form of a single tango dancer at the Grand

1' .., g rswi theatre ,many persons'seemed to thing.it, queer that such
.. ,Ii '1 hy'cidt Thursday For ,the 'player, .e oY N 1ir mfR rorn an act would attempted.. If you see the clever artist,
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| Mrs. inSafrage
o ; Hopper '
: M greatest pleasures. is to..tell offrom i 'who'duripg her .engagementon:; .the Montgomery circuit
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!l < drive he ,mad! : l was considered the equal of; the famous Castles. You
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T. Critt fid spent Monday seventh tee, of the'20 foot Iratt at>>e ''I >4
[; Weds4y' *-:fie on bay eleventh bole, 'of, the won rful1it ,r >. -.. .. -- _. .... " "_ .'. h ,_ to you in"all candor

,U ing drive from'the rough'on the "' ..
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I 14 : : ::. . MLLE. ATHLONE DeMOYER
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\1. proach jto THe t ,; ? CLYDE' t liTE- . ,
., rii shot ;,f. iheJn W 'f 11 trf N . .. .. ., IS THE GREATEST ARTIST, OF HER KIND THAT
t THAT' THE SOUTH HAS EVER SEEN
gave him.the game that, fol I \ !t. <. '

.i\\,\' Wiled"" hope* 1 ate, Only :Direct lie From JacksoivilleFar She graduated from the Vendome school of dancing in

. :, i sident I i10st. |eem iW ", ,, ,, .Paris, and the Vernon Castle school in New York City,
t joy. as the I" \ and is an expert all modern ,
.n for : {) m -dancesr She will gladly
r h t inti a'.wa""i. teach one lady at each performance in the afternoon any
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ti t auto- : gad J ; e ;UeWks. Ikii as Slatcrwa of:the dances for which she is renowned. Last week in

t r..lingers. TOmight : 've whoa ;A'cts e ...s .Jacksonville, ,scores of the'prominent ,society ladies accepted -

; i l did,' 0 t have : ,ji her stage instructions,'and it is
: the : Ie blenraniii apparent from the
ti or of th
;.'. ; !9 i iir r 1 \iW 'f i 1 Tickets on'Sale''Until September 30th:, interest that is manifested that a great number of Or-

h nd Good jando ladies will do the same. As a special treat to the
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itMLj Rieturning:From
New York
O'Ftt f up many. lady,patrons of the Grand Theatre will
we hold
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anniversaries. Mr. J. W.on ti rind
y * I e3 t'! ,' Including October 31st., Shipscheduled
l the Mr.. TANGO TEA SATURDAY
21st, Eugene AFTERNOON FROM
}j William Harif, of the Hydethe Pi $
Sail
1i a the ;22nd, were celefittiag Golf club, is only Cmcii nati p;|-| -to Tuesdays', Thursdays .3:30 TO 5 P.1\1.

i ., style Tti and 'several er who ever was beaten,bj a_hunfiy j; Saturdays. at 2:00, P. .M... This will prove an ovation in an Orlando theatre and
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t. ,23rd t Ijpr _erter fir no doubt but what larger crowds than have been
ever
ti""K.Ht For
Further
iL lwas [playing. I; Particulars Apply to know to attend a matinee will be the rule at this theatre

? foursome, with George Stnnardlia
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l' trai Jt.fcWWJOSr [l'he1i- fii1w\! even 2'fJ , ;EG.WENZELFla; Pass. REMEMBER TANGO' PUNCH WILL BE SERVED TO
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S' ta their r newly acquired | until:Harig, drove out of b andsdtff Cain: l' : ,. Agent'I_ I EACH. LADY ATTENDING BETWEEN 3 AND 5

IHl p Se -th .:; O'CLOCK SATURDAY MATINEE
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Dt Irs. \ JAGKSONV1LLE FLA.
T1ien seen
utile. .
a horse. w to.is ,
The dances
SNfcaftarftJ ft Lwmmf -_ the use. by attending daily'all the popular dancescan be,presented '
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.Mr Frank ehJfIiiiDg t' in a most modern and proficient manner. Among the S
; Phillips It was found the horse had ( '' ,- ., .
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id a with=.th ; might named the
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;eafltern;magazine,for:a remainder over,the' ;e. A ter HESITATION ETC., ETC.
In addition to having secured this
expensive attraction
c 4isips
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a splendid program of pictures will be shown each day.
rest m. been returned to the course bs'stroke.1 *' furi -
heel bu bin tl q i r nd&.G o re "SIR "
t Il .t -g sh FATES CYCLE.
b'1'h J trok 3:vi .
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costgjfe : r- A Biograph Drama. __
,(ffitea of a literary! and jour-_ side- the*match. ; Uf ItrTrrvr'jl .-.S d', ,)

n y., Her:father, the.lateV : . "" I I 'Y AND. __ EIIA1MQS.. .,. . .: ,', /MISER MURRAY'S' WEDDING PRESENT.."
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J; Anderson; of Cinc'W hile on.the subject of freak sin, a =-- --- .t '-j : : -. A Vitagraph Comedy. .
l r ;New!Yorkwaa'a.writer: of.note p REAL VALUES | (LOW PRICES'i ( ; .
in :
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toii9-j qr ,"END OF
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>medic d and surgical topics, ,a idCintifljte ude pfefyer .
, i ; friend rH a yamrspun fI other by things a WOOE ] El! fMPARS An ,Edison Drama. : > .

"' ofofNtwYork ofapi R.MCIsan'of Cincin- bfil questioned; a man wl se.f 1 i .1 \" u- f.:BRONCHO BILLY'S LEAP." '.- -" -

E We.j as the mo ;1 for'ltfe 'IJlR 11RURNIIE JRE .,': An' Essanay Featuring Mr. G. M.. Anderson.'
4 eldeet brother, C, F. And ,"
iS rising, generation in his h >me toftfiJl v .t <: I "') : '

: !tjth gv $rwish for a Ingle !, (! .: We provide the quality of furniture that has long {;{, f.trl fiVONDERFUL. .... BILLTOMORROW ;

for, wny years ;. pen* ment. to; intimate, that. th s inci t' been Accepted Jby knowing 'Fririnture buyers'" as Ihegj ::K ': S Sna'

wbjeeU of 0U painting and :didn't" *jia but-well, fiere !I f. Jl@rtf : t. If aa f cle.jiJlero<< )isirgeod, 'l "-" ;';! :" 'THE ACH T1JST;

Datyuerbro ti er, :pecftte. ac'yncctsttt;. .... it : I ('; lda't4 tlcece.a ete.( t ez. )9P f1 "rap xmaretbfs I '5 2 A: Great Vitagraph*Special Feature in Two Parts.

1g"Driving: : off from the th'tef+ f( I IsJice point{ too t\ear-lt is ode of | ')Plf1)4Bii( (,tqQesfi 1 : 4,'1" # ..' Can'Ynu'Beat, t7 '

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The ,ball sot in tb 'duec i CII\ "? .. "M1t1. i__'T',1tfi,....
e "nnaU E81TeT.-I The Anjdy of, the rough, but it didnft d. :r.\. ..t),,,: ,,j Y' .'nl.t "" I I I .5 'cts NO ADVANCED,PRICES. 10 cts.

of S Cincinnati: ,, Ohio, the ground.. Why Well became u HkNEllL OAV1SjnrtiLnnomy tBtOCK, ,I:Ii_
5 its fcnuiches in.New York city : s c; an II
j pti pPrfrom his hid . l'it .f'J.' . "
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,lrrfir iflfecSserfta d.tjjA(1he cial __: : .9 1 i "A I tIIrdi SL, Orl"'uDa. S . .

: of, Col Wm.'Ctougk Andedeca plant and.'the. ball,landed,c n c his . dllllUV ; ,. ::!:jt J :It Inl I 1II111111 i I 11I111I 11111I1 tit 1 tit II III >Mil fiA
rltyl-.J; i d between i :
to tGJeeral { I
LaFayette.p ''lJ'.tLl next? hiSEe1: t. t ..w-.tJ' ,.""" ,..1) '" t luutnn mi t t\in i : ; :
gee whiz; that

K day( wWi H.,Matcfeett'friewfa in spending Orlando g a ward the green, and whin righit. ; H J I GO..TD.SCHOOL1 I j -r I'.;...! (C ;: .5 5 ....,. ,:." i" ;. ,

there he hook himself. 'Opt < '" j .

.. ="_ r,, aid Mrs. WmVHansel and the' ball, and by jimmin it 'ro liI -- .iS"'AD nT.T'RGE..- I Q ..: ...: .. OLight
sterj Mi e Olfie Hansel, motoreda&4 ERSI Q .r
right into the cup, giving me thee i' FOR OMEN't ' 1 lt1.1 it ... .. .
epeat: t the It tt .tot. t" t. ...... '
t ShyS' ." GAINESVILLE,
ifa F 8' e1re. .it t _5a'U/I'im cirir

'I t'CoUep Of Gt and Sciences;Normal :. 'IS Bairnwoy I I mlnp
c- lierum waatod to. lay i1 School of Music; School of Expression
., i: J.,Cato,aged.21,,of Inverbr bogey competition- says a Rage School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate:, 8 Colleges and Divi&Ju; UrsIAt. : fJ $ Co. !
<4her of Mrs. H. L. Haigwood, School: Modern Gymnasium with tvimmuuc:I Law; Engineering; Ayrlfjture) Toclien y ; b'i
county. ,dub member. He had no ,pool; basket ball and tennis courts;new and College; Experiment ;'ErlenaIoD
? tetMfa.Orlando Sundaywmfamr. modertt,bulldingi:.,beautiful eampos; dormitorie vision; Graduate SchooL Ten new brick build .
: dv ptaadwas.told that th; only t4fopen > bout all iMdna eonteaUteecf&cw.dining i 1.s. beid'f7m nim, swimaiiar pool and ; ,
-l oae : being'removed .to.him was to play fix m scram. room and itckenmb t\kjKie fc Jn I many. tabefttiary ;a0dinca.en. officers, fatructon .t.tAt I' It i / 'b '
Very ill with -Florida; 418'7OW1C ladies from 49 auntie and asaittants. Kt young' men
.:.t" .. WhaD he came in ha wsa asked ud 12 itate rlart'Msi'1 '00 nT I "' ''q>f>rida eaItNandit, States and
were he"*had'! "done.-i'At", i wellfE '*'TUITION FREE. Inv CollegeVgad Normal foreirD't eaantris .. i* f. '1f'J "; ,!shl.. not sp and entrance ,fees fot the TUITION FREE, Board and Entrance Fees, S
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first twelve holes, butf after tMt - Twr HWrit*tosiay:fw laUlafMA.
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tt A. MUBPHEEE Piside
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:+ ater Ice
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at'tb th: 1W. I .Gas---1lSf
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; six.less than bogey and 4 : .. .
a convert- teenth, I did it in eight

Uawh chapel,' trod bereat Saturwll ,. 9ould+g you*&tsl t 'jI' Office--No. IBm West;-' Central Ave.

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y a _a-educated raR+y t;:.did-it partedlainin of ,
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i was very"in- aoditors-the ,first to. I 9 ). J ; :

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Joi Jj diBt aiakter, ) '( (<- IWUr**n 1
Oh Telephone Noea 6
I suppose 1 was) 111.;) : ,
arf'regalar services in then !3IS3l bii o i 't,. ,
ural improvement as the tame 9 I
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e ** .A e.r", .the"pliyer.' "I' uidn' ic;; ? 'A 1119f31 f A; r 1nyw5ih' t ':{' ;O> 1.1;,( .,, .< "J'H -:-

>Rs to have reset the -first'hole.in,one, norlthe -ttd it i i St% ; . : ;r ",' .
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under in twoi. nor: the.;third iin. three. IF'. ". '
{S' 1 [elhodist Con-, is;, Iildn't do any of the : Hi'1'I I . ( '. '. ,
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s gad later on another ran ofby'the twelve holes_ in. bogeyrlot'II. ftr la/It"i J'l .

Baptists. started .at the thirteenth I. 4. Jt .
of" the Baptist Aid Sogive that hole ia bogey-13 &hob. 1* _\ : JfJnpj: :i.Ratest iieiiiiniiiiiii iiiiiiniiiiiiimtj

,another+ social' .SaturABgsst the fourteenth'in 14,, .the : ut,. 4il d Jjw .- r,; ;

of new' churdinklhey 1st, in the inter-are 13,'; and. ,from. then on'' I tteentt. .; : SI.t.r.'r.:"n n. T iElOll.J:J.. ....... -1.t .t. s......u!Jv1S.i::-5rI ....Slit... ; tll S ll f Wmt i rrar
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to I c-: ...... .. C fe. 'et 1 ..tr..IIi ",'J. 1.. "'lSea.
rS :in 13, the .....Qr-- nM - .... : ;; .1L1S ; ; :
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motors:opt ; (.. ; S. Ii' '. ..... ;J.-:;I'I.--l... !"" '.''j."'JIUS.i SUI""T.; ....lkk' ."L"-.; --_jtLltIII sa{ i i(Meet CeHegt aH.estleatWar Greuds IB Florida I
ungahwxtCastle. .(I: _.&. I'L:. '. IIM'- IIJI, Wille ..... Detnit. J eJlt .
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3es Visa Iafiab 41.41 a.a. 47.fidu
OM ewld ataost iaag -Country;Qub, of tsrk rta.- 12.11 Iii..a tai .47M ...... Cue .' ... College, Academy, Music, Expression> Fine Arts, Domestic | ;
Syracuse N. e1 .-Low ntn taatWrpokb bColanao.CaMonua, and Industrial Arts' Business, Teacher's Course.
HM ialy SMB th t ewr;aegotklA75 ota,Mkluo . Great t kaaodatkMeat.. rrapata.aa Twelve buildings, steam heat;'electric lights} fire
,are low fawa odMf ia 1M State. ; pro
y. hole that'course rates poiala
: : nmerr yard .on .intwo 1'kbIa_ssI .aIiI September 30. Retera East Oct.sr 1. tection, fine gymnasium, no malaria quarter.million dollar
.. str>ke, andtrobab1v hold that '
r r ; endowment. Three teachers: music
ter ,3 VARIABLE RCO DENVER SALT $5,000 organ,
,
: .t' rXt'a, go, fQ LAKE,. ORADO SPRINGS,'ETC. a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class, Superb

. ..,., ... '.... .: .m '- :11of m r :: ::.;.wiceY'c.i I ..._...Iic...! ...ate Jl !D ,schools full banking'equipment. New newJ'OOB1SJorJ
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; ): '" .1.. .. ,_ : 1: with J TO THE NORTH AW NORTHWEST,three chemical id'physic laboratories, equipped with every
t -- TM' OJIIt ::t train daily;cbdcat oltttcmtiana ,tine Afferent modem device; analysis of soils, fertilizers,. .foods, water.,
'?: : ' 1to drives :
usollet '
tff y Preparation
.' : \ 'f' engineering coursed
,:rae. i i : : t .thosela" 1 G, aa ,traileesstbwestt' .:i'ir.,rY =*{.Lakesr-foating, swimming; golf, tennis, football
:' .1:1I&i t fl- ,
tYfi' &Ye iv i :n. rf" Christian bat
r ; undenominational< <
.. 1.. ". ......- I about |225' .................. ........ ... J Scholarships available. For ; expenses moderate.
'***** to ba bought :' aaJ dlmrECBRETMEY.L :-..ditear, catalogue address
"i, ? W rty *_ : yards from the tee, .plunked ontof a '
# an exUMiea W:ihe.iMMeataktedaU. 11ItM
..They ianrar ; i! 'into the valky,'zipped"off, latld ed rU11i 1( N' i1.il.: : BLACKMAN

for paths-uti earteasioaf oa the treat of'the third ih.. -- sxtratissnea, LL?
I hil'and_ Ph. D, D.
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SiiIUIIrIo Thre g Ae kifldaess of;Mr. &:1. magnificent home and miles of walks
..... ... lakes;;.within the corporate limits .of. ; tti
t 1<" " MiWi1iY'erne BirwiH, the,writer w'the pleamof through a tropical jangle from which
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)'fW Maftknd. and all fed from
are
.:a.brief vet to MaitUad KoHl .,&d"-r .. nothing attractive has been taken and .
Iliad'',a*. e' .... .z..yTJCHjfcf : ,_
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: '1' forth ,11..1 .. <
like gutting clearwater. :
A moraicg, and, .aH, who visit thil apTf! pure,..t much.that is pleas&lptio the eke has '
,. iiieei at:w_ p"et Aee. ...'..'''. n... lovely,Oraage county town, 'I cookaot } Most of them have sandy bottoms been addfd. .1'-,
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l". 1V.n."> great Datural beauty and,many handsome boating'and abound in all kinds of McKAY WILL BE TAMPA POST. A GENERAL H

'-- '. .. . ;:: '.". ,,..!,!-!! '.homes and, magnificent'orange fresh water fish. BLASTER
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1t ,. !! : groves, Many of'the magnificent orange Washington; July 29, -Capt:James
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. : : aitiand Has been '
.. incorporated for and grapefruit groves for which McKay will be the next postmaster of I

. "W.Jr.' l .TIIf- ;.......... .............'Lot' the:past thirty-five ;years, and one Maitland is noted, were visited, and Tampa.
:.,'.i. "., ..".............,....!...-............ ;. thing b particular for which the early ho finer groves exist in Florida. Malt That was settled today when the SALEI

i: .; 9 : .II Il.I'. citizens. are entitled to great credit land ships hundreds of car loads of captain, accompanied by Representative ' CLEARANCE

.t ,. ;;, ....;7 '-. was the planting of, hundreds of fruit- each season from,these groves. I Sparkmxn, called on Postmaster -
r': :'f-t" T .h-;:.........E..I.,- ,.- ,-_' -- shade trees along the streets. ;Today One of the largest packing houses in i General Burleson and other de-
t. '25 .!Hurt lM ha.M Ia 1& tY .J.... these trees give to Haitland probablythe the state is located there, Waltet, partment officials. He made a fine'
MNYi iK Ystt daa Jo
');. 'w *...* J-L" ...aWI. Nhsee.N prettiest avenues in the state: Drennen's, with a capacity of ten I impression and easily overcame the

.; ',. '......;at....;....,..................4fw,1..... .M.II.... The tall oaks overlap and one passes cars of fruit per day. 1 I only objection which had been made OFTHSfiKQE

: :: : under shaded! ...arches of beauty that New: comers are rapidly locating in against ,him, that of his age. Mr. 4

. '. tekfec- ihe.s..... .... can not fail'to prove attractive to the Maitland and many new groves are Burleson found Captain McKay to be t

; ::7'" '....'...=...f i'S" *offill*w_fa wri* %wID **. eye"and" .cooling to the. 'body on the. being planted, evidence of still great. a.very. vigorous man, physically as -
; rwtat ntacrlttin rst.r '.. hottest simmer day. er prominence .as an orange raising ,well as mentally, and he and other
, ;. to,tads to, ifep it iwchni For many years Maitland has been section being shown on every hand i officials are confident that no mistake fl4tiiiJ

,.f :... ;;THUMDAYi.. JULY Ie, ;:W14.in somewhat. 'inclined to let nature have by young trees already set out and I will be made in appointing him.
.
;:,' i '"!O:1.: in land in of While announcement made
,: ..-- j, :. fulTsway beautifying city, ancl course preparation. .1 no was
; t ... ,.,' .. .. right well nature has done its part, At the home of Mr. Irwin one can for publication it is known that Post
., \f. wm., in. .Ulster. 'affect. the, but bow the town is wide awake andmany not fail to be impressed by one of the I master General Burleson will recom
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<, IriJb potato crop? .improvements: are being made handsomest floral displays to be seen .mend Captain McKay for appointment
V T'p. ;;0; that will add greatly to.e attract. in the state. Over two hundred varieties .I to the president and his name _' .

;", ', 'l n, exchange of. Caillaux ,lov e.let- iveness of this already beautiful little of flowers, ferns, and decorative ,probably will be 'sent to the senate. 4 81R1S: : :

to ..erg. between. 'VOla ..and 'Carranayiaight city plaits are growing on his veranda with an early batch for nomination.

3 : "help. One#of the first places visited was and in the yard. His is one of the IfiaWNBESP'T: 8ESTI1
*-- (.1' o "Glencoe," the home of Mr. James scores of.I lovely homes in this delightful COMMITTEE DECIDES TO ,LET

'". 'Baanees-was. dell the .other' day' Hirsch, formerly of Chicago. Within toW ,To see Maitland once is to ROOSEVELT TALK ON COLOMBIAN

:':: with a Miftswippi' aadertaker and he one ye&r' Mr., Hirsch has made of a immediately fall in love with it, anda .TREATY

<. -TV.Idled f.r his brother and:committed suit .nr,.ordinary place'one of the hand' number of new houses are going

. .." }; "' sourest. homes in the state. Facing up, while plans for others are being Washington, July .-The senate
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. ;:; :t 0 one of the many beautiful clear orate; prepared. No less than eighteen committee on foreign relations today This
';:'Tb Rawian 'cxar: talks like he lakes for which Maitland is noted handsome new homes will be .built Roosevelt's I is an event that has
decided',to grant Col request -
,,!! Means boaiaeM tad_evidently:Austria Mr. Hirsch has done wonders in the during the coming fall I to appear before it in opposition

..wnot'_s. .the easy. 'co juest she way of aiding nature in its efforts Maitland has long been popular with to the Colombian treaty. Mem been looked forward to

. :.:_. expected.dedam' to'make all things lovely to the eye! tourissf and;last season the MaitlandInn bers said, however,' it was not probable ''

4p :: t '....: ,: .0 Walks have been raid out, bordered had all it could accommodate, there would be any further hearings -!. by nearly that

::. VOla hfawtf tte head oftherdrisi with flowers and shrubs of various while the winter homes of northern at this session of congress.If I everyone

.. Medico. ,' sad he has the people who have, been attracted to
kindS, palm trees have been planted, takes
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pride in their
fana aad.. men,. "to secure' .a big.mem- vines trained, and the shores,of the this pleasant' locality are always occupied want bicycle fixed in a personal
you your
: .mW8:. ,.. 1: ake,have been" cleared of aH during the winter. .
r--'T: growth a hurry take it to Warman's Repair
." '. It.. :' : 0' .- '" of an undesirable kind Indicative of 'Any mention Maitland would be Shop. 125tf. appearance An

";" ,H the Jacksonville. .Metropolis.. is lie .public_spirit of Mr. Hirsch is.the incomplete without reference to the I

: ...."FloridtV. !Grktwt. :. Newp4er-, lact'that, he.us built'a road,almost Dommrich place. The writer has vis- event of unusual magni-
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: :'vhf.deer;Bill Mafefes "get on' with half a mile 'in length, from_his home ted 'the world .famous beauty spots] imimitiMmmmnPepirtial .

Wi.Uwl: ;HOI Newt? of. the ,East Coast, but they have
r r r,, u .. - into the heart of Maitland. He bore I II tude in Price Reductions.
) '. nothing this magnificent estate in t
> the entire' expense, which amountedto on i
.Faahiee,.iw ,decreed. aschangre ,in several hundred dollars, and, when I the way of natural or artificial beaty. McCUrrOCu's

'the! 'irekitectersL style 'of. women. completed, made the, town: of Mait- Here, in a spot already blessed by

SttineM:it'going to)'be .oat'of iuhJ land-:present of, this big improvement great natural beauty, man has.shown .

10*.:and'B kolttwy will take the place over' the ,former- sandy. thor- what wonders may be performed in

:,'; :.,ef. com>ressfcn..machiaery.The ., ,I aiding nature to make things beautiful Store
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]; ,t Largely through the efforts of. Mr. by the lavish... expenditure. of These Shirts are
._ { -/ ,'dutches: last nifht declare money and time. I
Hirsch Lake Lilly, in the heart ofJutland
'ttatrcamnia: :CaAtje! :haverssehsd' \ Words would utterly fail to describe to well known to
K ; is being converted.from an Tumblers -
Jelly
" : 'an'.agreement t: If Xexicf ; the beauty of this place, with
to the into of its S
town
". eyesore one
", ;.., ......< ism.. toesthey. ,; wiu most beautiful 'spots. Mr. Hirsch . waste eulogiesSALE
..."..ftMaJ..fid a dtfereat story
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':' was; oaf ,of the commissioners who IIMIIMMIMiMtMIMMtUcented Fruit Jars rOYer
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'll1I n an eip etsin1 ndaFape. improv,. tT. eta ; .
q -' -aa..II. . ,. h' t.P11il' marshy PaeeI around all kinds .
' .Jd.f..W. 'ergo, Florida can .1
jake. Lilly has been filled in, the Plumber and ,
J eaoagh .s car for i the,':whole 1'11'01 Sanitary Engineer
a : : the lake planted in,grass,
..., iiai arl.ef'tke .votes t. kill
) and .rows of plants and flowers set Estimate Furnished, Jobbing
..tiM' U Meoee,, Of;:eoum no gbod
Attended
j. ; but wiH make it into Promptly to.
that a delightful tlIes.r.
"1 :1,.-.y'eat. soger' M;prodwedWjay ,:park.to. 'I FHtNE 69 reservq STARTS TODAY
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-, .' '.0 or'" The county brick road will pass on zo6 Court Street .
4; .
I n "a one,:side of Lake Lilly and the citi-
ifcettM the pateMs ThursdayNote
; prees4aily.refeatUwlasfarafice RIIIIl
..' .that' the lens of Maitland hope, with the helpof HUM, / Argit.

; : .. the,county, to build a brick :road, fallmIHillllllllllllllMllli.
Uaitd become inYelved
wffl not
State
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on. the other side, thus making a- liiiiiMiiimiiiiiiiiii
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in ? The
.. the ,Earopean war .
Y
. :Monroe...deetrine -dees- :iwt"" d eirope .r. .
: 'E sad wino, cares' whether the .
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1 "".". '. 0'- '' . ,. Why end your films away? We developtheml some of the Prices : '

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The Oriaadc ,SeaJael .speaks:ofaifatfa 0-

'. fa:'Orange.:oo&ty 'fo r; feet Dc Roll.

,T WfH TWnk=rf'i4'1W'' il'iese al- :

fauna And' ,yet Fbrida-:yearly' :speads McELRO.Y'S PHARMACY: Regular $1.00, $1.25 for . . . 83c
thoasands :
: :;hundreds of of dears for
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,;':':. 'lile:ieed:,.that wlMn: .lat she it can'ttee prodace Florida alfalfa washer Ge is Trial. sick le.my'......... PIWiE 21. Try tr fee OWL Regular $1.50for: . . . :. . $1.15

..i"" I'awakening to poscbflitieg; and 111111111'111111111"llllllllllllllllllllllllllllljllll1111... 1111111111111111111. 1g
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.t .;graspbj her 'opportonitiesJack.onvflle Regular 1.65, for $1.25
Metier.
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":; ';1K61Eii6 S.... >, .. *? 25x7: .:.; . . . $1,35

:iky?'by::a:promiBeBt Orange avenue t .

1 merchant, that,tfce 'aute ebae,:with . '.. .> .. .' Regular 2.50-for $1.88 '

.I" ;Hs odor'rf T' ;.gas'aad, oil,\'ia'a' 'sure. fly. ' ;:' :
:destroyer and hk coatentien,is certainly -- .. J:' -
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Regular 3.00, for . . $2.25
: let without, foundation. He ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES -," :.. .,.
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'Piealledthat'a'few:years ago. stores { '. '.;, '

= ;:a ong.tiw: :.aveaWwere .iafested with '!II-. 't fniimnnmtmnt T"- r-'"'* rPer.* creat k' tie ..:-'-: Regular 3.50, for. .a . . . $2.65

,' ,iHes, aad :that. any, 'piece of ''filth ,; lives el yetag yeepte shg..M ineive''see jjjfj.. f *;:""#: .. '!f . .

't. :.dropped'in, the street was soon";covered '
: 'with the Wack .peete. Now OWJ TiT. Wfcat co W be mre ftttkg thai a ift .of of' '. .

acarcely.a fly k'seen' on:the aveaae. ,. Jewelry E
Some of the drug'stern aad,refreehment Regular }.OO'for\; / :. ... ._ $2.85 '

pwlors: do aot'even;fiad,it necteary ,; ,:x : DIAMONDS AND WATCHES .' r. _:: f
,;to jcreea- .the Ia ;!lies*are ., .'. :,..;, .. ; iI
: .,' We feeei the rtto -iM of NlativiB aad flies to
k
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:known to be partieBlariy.foad of the '< : "
wafcftr aai arilatte ttfto to he had aft this
r areoftd' sodk fnnntain ., the aa. r
# sweet things a: 'r ;
'That I"'the',..as,........ of ., ,r ,' ''-. "Ke. Fgeat lh e 'aat fTI" tte aaa...a aewtt -
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; -" : dally : ; e9t sere Iss, tie Rat .. Gilt tf a ...11.. -
which paw along Oraage aveaae '" .
; Eleid,or a.Impsle Watch, we tier ccecpv HMB ,val. : ,
has caused this BBetaa rphosis,.is ;
.e, :the,only expkaatioa so far,offered.. :: oes aId asree4srit.A :.
} ; ', ,,- ; : ; Y *,to. .. r.store wl be undated t" kvelvw' ,rIlls

',The'preeeatcottbitaBts JI1 the.European J ..' vBnSa. Mi Ma 9V ..,. *.*-4",i T :
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. war-are,very.ttaeqaal:k she, ". fit >0 . .e..r
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,<' .population.and s.ra'of,the respective'coantriee. !.' ." .' '. ,. ;' ; t'. iadL'
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: : Auetria-Haagary ; an ', .
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: i army of 2,)00,000. men.... .won. a'war : ,.' .. :" :. .' -. .""..: '.' "' :
J;' footing;: :.whfle; Servia: cai.meeter: ;, only i -: .
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4' .240,000;, 9waU the alties of the two -:: .- ,:. "
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DICKSON .IVfS CO.
'"", countries' :become involved' ,"to;-the aid I .

of Austria-Haagary' Genaaay" could i -.BST: :;;-:a .
.bring .oeeo.It,:Italy 1' 60,000Kaaaiawoald ,

..'.. bring. '-to', .Servia's. :
;aid 5,500,000* ,France.would contribute. 'T 'J1. Evans theJ.eweler DEPARTMENTALSTORE

", "IOtd,730,000. This ,. ,
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'ia\naiibers: of fighting
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pal'-., =..-. the., Uckbg.. of'10-,30,000, OPPOSITE POSTOFFICEEXPB1T Orlando's Favorite Shopping Place
and. 'ABStria. \8...,..... Bet: even if I
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.,the .iatrisi"iiedieaedbeetmiri ". :
J,:' ..... i the-war;it(ie;eitreisely t w REPAIRING AND I ENGRAVING'

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W"ftlTuD > ... 11EATtE1' At an :important meeting of the
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, ;- ;.' .; ' : ': ; &'a'4 C:lip. L last night four new deacons were .

i : 'i lt ..';' .t".,t,":'.." ,', ,.'.- - ..'; 1I>. ''f'J"-!,- /5.* ,*1*!. ,:elected. Heretofore' the church has ." ...".

.... ,: .", I I had seven deacons;;'but the constantly a
." F",,;, ;,,, i: '. -',' . increasing church .work'made 'it'necessary ,. ; ', '
.. ; l-,flr' :.Llae .-. '6 IIIIIIMtTODATS increase '
to 'the number to
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_. 6" !'1 r '>Albr Victor. Florence" Lawrence drama in "The in Reid, W. P. Miller,Phillips and C., M.Eugene Tich-
r intewnF. STATE Uw's Decree. .A masterly "Gel t It HI t Ien'g"

... .,.w......... .: ? )4 ,."J' .i'-' -' ,... .-. r _. Pants." A enor'were the members selected, and g
-- ; 6 j Nestor. "His Royal
f i they will serve until the annual election ,
).,i W .. .: triumph.
<{ < comedy, '
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.. of church officers in January,

',.rD;1In.'i-D"rMii":; eaeireto'je: :lift PeiAeeaay xr.:' ;',66p\ 'aeres'south'- ;' :of' 'Winter MRS.. BRANCH HOSTESS TO,THETWENTIETH when all deacons and trustees ,are U . i

'.'._,. .:.D. ii"jftW','- 'k"-1"- .. .Garden' and west ofGotha I CENTURY ,CLUB elected.TO II ,,: ,,$ ... '
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.t.. :.. t. iIIr. - ; including BE MARRIED IN GEORGIA : : : Give us a chance to.show : .
:; w.i: '........,' ::ZeIwoo ;, The rccond act of "The Winter'sTale" *
: The the in.
oraage grove entire the subject ,studied by the 'Mr. J. C. Wallace, a valued em ,you newest styles
.r *" b..... ifl ton was
; ( 'I ,tract covered with members of the Twentieth Century ptoye,of the Sentinel, left last night H s watches. .'

!A itkW- ...:.... yellow! pine i timber. Two: club .at' an interesting meeting held for Barnesvflle, Ga., where on Sun- ,f'' 'We will trade in your pres-
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' !Mlae .- f. yesterday afternoon, with Mrs. W.,S. day he will married to Miss Hattie watch allowing
; .:FteIt rid t.Xw : 'Ini'es'of' lake shore.IHMMiMlliMIIIIIMil. ) Gunn. Following' the wedding Mr. ent or movement, '
Branch hostess, "Geographical
as liberal
far H.aderesn- a amount.
: Wallace will ,return to Orlando with you
i .':S.to\. fora'Riile.et1: : Questions of Florida, conducted by If have any idea of
Mrs. S. R. Hudson, occupied the time his bride, and resume his place in you
l J. :=--" _ watch would .
; this office. getting a we appreciate
usually devoted to "Current Topics.,
!' :, : eeaTUI., Id%.; T.,,C.: Hawthorne; of Ocoee,. Delicious pineapple cream and homemade Mr. Wallace has many friends in H the opportunity of
Meiew'''nM to the,'citr .
.fide &,...,..'... .: . ,. : spent! yesterdayin town.' ake were prettily served by Orlando who will rejoice at his hap I showing you.
!'4'y , ; I Mias,Roberta Branch. piness, and welcome Mrs. Wallace to Our prices will surprise'
I Yf *- .. ,Mrs- Paul McKinney and little Miss the city. The Sentinel extends
H -: The.next meeting of the club will congratulations I
..r.,Mr. ,;/'A' ,u- ',Taveaaef: ;:A1Mneateirae -. ''I Thelaa have gone to Georgia to visit' be held on Wednesday, August 12th; and best wishes in advance :

"- : .Der. ....r,.... .ciiJ T0er.tr. ".' t during"the remaining 'months of the at the,home of Miss Hope Starbuck.; of the happy event. I you.Allen&Co
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In
= attendance yesterday were Mrs.
':4 : -.y r :- Lucretian Johnson, Mrs. S. E. Ives, DANCE AT COUNTRY .CLUB
Museelwhite 'Iast'ni
JUt: .IIe,'Alke,:Ma4 l e, andBbabttk Mr. Peyton'. left Sr.. Mrs. J. B. Magruder, Mrs. M. '0.: A jolly party of young'people en-
Y-:AB n leave 1 toorrow.for ht for Hot Springs, Ark., to take Dovel, Mrs. T. C. Whitman, Mrs. W. joyed a tango dance at the Country Jewelers

,, 'N.C, ;,,.'on'a; feel.:wed ,ticaMMief the baths for rheumatism. .Peyton S. Coleman, Mrs S. R. Hudson, and 'Club last evening. The party was m
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'.: :. l- : '. ...!-. .w proved a great help and he hopes to Ives. about fifteen couples enjoyed the I Reliable Repairing fl
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,\\' ?' P. get entirely. eared, this time..
.. dancing until a late hour. Punch was
der lKIt-T ,
4; IIr. I.. ; >''see; *-* -
','eeeeek REGISTRATION FOR GENERAL served during the evening, which was
eewty's! preheatS : .
Mr. J. C. Wallace ofblde1oil'lee :
an employe
wadi.._fc the dt,yeef iy ;, ELECTION a popular corner for the thirsty
'" ..._ A ,}has.just received a later drinkers. Those' in attendance were

\ '\... frog, his daughter, Miss Ella Mae Orlando, Fla, July 27, 1914. Misses Mina Harris, Alma DeLaney, I.
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7f' :t. Wallace, from Atlanta, announcingher Editor Sentinel:-In your issue of
J' L t ; Dorothy Johnson Dorothy McDowell
1- '\'". e: J,1t! ; ,ftajer :'si&:.... marriage to Mr., Eugene E. Pa- the 25th (which has just reached me)' Shirley Montague, Elbeth Mul- D

'iiL An* .JW r 7, ,:.". teda.., tillo on Wedowday; July 23rd,'at the you ,unintentionally made a grave holland, Margaret Mulholland, Elizabeth .

foe.. ;Batavia. ;BL,: to, . r home of'the,groom in Atlanta. Mrs. error on ,the above subject. You! Branham, Dorothy Siemens, Ella
:-' .! -- "Lf.the i...... state that "in order to become L
ell
XMHBIMV- ." *" .' .. Patillo. was formerly employed by the eligible Slemons, Pauline Nuckles, Roberta
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.,-' '\\JJ .# D oii Iveseompsny, and has to vote at the November election < 0=
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F W., .- -- : many Chambers, Helen Way, Norma Bunch,
...Dr.I.; -c.BeWti.1tA last Dii1tt for Meade here who,will be interested. to very one 'must register again." Ibeg Mrs. B. K. Thrower, and Messrs. Tiff

i ...: ( : ',.today learn of her:marriage.ADAMSRUDISEL.: to state most emphatically 'that Hammond, '''Julian Harris, McDowell +IIIIMIIIMIIillirMMHiMHmiMHtlliMHtMIPO;

.for ,. w:York.cHy, ., ea'ibua1nees .1 such.is not the case. Any one who Butt, Blakeley KHgrease, Jack Bran-

t ". , ; '. was'orilmany on the registration ham, George Dolive, Pete Johnson, .j7n..Ifiwt
"t' ." books' and has paid.or does pay his Herbert Franklin, DeLaney Way,,

Dr.. IM t'.I'-lila: :, "GN; :' ::.Edwards- and Sunday\ afternoon }Ir. Jack Rudiael poll:tax for 1912 and 1913 before the Robert Lewter, Richard Yowell, Clarence -

; ; >ex, (' to:.leave- Saterday for, and "Miss' Margaret., Adams were second Saturday in November, '1914, Johnson, Gerald Hurlburt, Billy

Nwr Yerkctty 'Thtf:_WiuGraby.c 'visit atMfore ; united in marriage) Rev. Wright. Respective of whether he registered Beardall, Joe Ferris. "

a., : re uramg aome I The.bride.ia the dAughter.of,Mrs. C. for the .June primary or no, 'wfll be G- COInsect

,JfttM. tIL 'f. _. M. Adam,, and while she has resided eligible to vote'in' November general ORDERS FUNSTON TO DEPORT
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;JJ ----. +\: fa Orka4o'ofily; two'years she has election..< The primary law was neverintended BOALT FROM VERA CRUZ
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; '$ friends who unite in wish- _to disfranchise any one from
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.Cairn4and Carrie won many. ,
.JI..J Thaew' Washington, July 29.-Secretary

WM" .tbe:,ae: Wi.ft" got feg her through,'a.pleasant life. and Mr. Rudisel prosperousvoyage baa the general, for the election., primary AU election who registered and- Garrison_, announced today he would Killer Will Rid

.Jodf e CsiMa mi WHtaJwr otpTs*- wen directs Brig. Gen. Funstbn at Vera
not
barbershop :; already on the registration
the Orlando
;>t 'y *e. g MU :ef:' Mrs.:!P.i : X.' been espleyidt books Cruz to''deport from Mexico Fred L.
4' registered not only for the
8chalW. ....... ,. and is an ,industrious young primary Boalt
W y correspondent for the Newspaper ,
.. ti, f.- -': . ... .. Baa.:'wjth:)i' b34" \'.friends. to wish l and city election elections., but also Enough for)all state hard Entirprise.association.,who ant Your house of all bisects. Quarts

|x i- MraiM): hB.ebu41I1sa .'.:...iUe{;.Bd'farSMMfttk him The happy couple will spend a few things:h&ve.been hurled at the Bryan out a ae>jsatronal'story that a*| American 35c., Gal. $l.OO. For sale by
: \ : a naval officer applied the "law of
asy days with the bride's brother in Jacksonville primary without adding nnnnecessaryones.
: ; : be jektetl bJ"- 1 and'return to Orlando. ., The law requires that the registration flight0 to Mexican prisoners. A court

.cnhue .tralkir of,,Mr* ItMMoa, office ,shall be open three : of inquiry pronounced the story false.
'.the.J@': ifl for r;Berten, .. ,from '' "There_ was I absolutely no truth in
g NEW, BOOKS ,AT THE SOROSIS 'I'days, a week from the first Mondayin
tb.. ?HaMfax Neal'geeiia,, toMr. his story," said Secretary Garrison
August tin the second in
LIBRARY Saturday
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:....... .' .. ...-:. !>-" I October, and I have required advertised todA," and he had no reason to thinkit THE SANITARY GROCERY i
-T was irue. It was a pure, sheer,
f'I' (The, Sere i library has just re- '(in your paper) that I shall
: reckless publication,'and Boalt is not
Jefc*'A.:AbWfer, ee.aerMt: eewid'a. mbar of new volumes be. in' my office.each Thursday, Fri entitled to be considered CARUTHERS & GORE ,
'af.t:o/tiw, 'N. C, A JIt.- L. railway! , among which are several valuable day and Saturday from August 6th ." a reputablecorrespondent.

'.Jaduoavm/ieidIirG'L'HeUen, boob *bf 'reference. Through the till,the 'second Saturday in October, .
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,. of tie'A. B,"&.A..1. raifead,;Tam- kindnew.:of; Judge. Cheney, the last and shall only expect' to register "m.jtw.Phone200 . .........
AN HOUR BEFORE DAWN .
ef:pa,''''' ."._"f'tM'i ; pelteiiir. bans..poitatron . 1 edition "Who's Who in America' those few persons who have become 6 & 8 E. Pine Street. '

MB' it;; Ofk 4o .yesterday baa been placed in the library, and qualified since April 15th, .1914, either "An Hour Before Dawn," another

:looking; k"*e .IntueMa .of, ,thek, three: works' on botany, ,which were ,by residence or through comingof Famous Players film, featuring Laura
reiPittt ::1I ." t .to.,: Ll .* recommended by Prof.' Henry Nehr age.I Sawyer in a very strong female de- 'lllimilllllMIIIIIIIIHIIIMMIimiHiMlttlMm
l ".Jf '. add that this is not tective story, will be shown to-night '
lag' and Mr CL H. Baker.. The may a question at the Lucerne theater. This play is I

; ;iri. DoefaeB,'Who, ;:has -been. .the botanical books'are "Florida Shrubs," of my personal opinion but alike a sequel to "Chelsea 7750,". and as :
...',.. \ Mr., -;Makaia ,W, >iieNfor. ;the "Florida Trees," ':and a. complete the dear reading of the laws' regulating Miss Sawyer is.at her best in these I

: ;:|Mt few ky ,-,and_,.who has jest re. "Botany of 'the Southeast United 'general elections; and also the terpiece.detective, stories, it should be a maS. I: GRAND VIEW

.>tamd f.:a visH' dawn at Paaana, States,":and ,will be of much inter. opinion as stated in correspondencewith "Voice at the 'Phone," a beautiful '

'.:;; Sunday::tor 'NeWaty; eat, :not:oaly to :students, but to all me of,Attorney General West two reel Bay-Bee feature, and The :
hiking,_ there 'on'tlw Aqaataakfsv love "of.ontof door life. and(Secretary. of State H. Clay Craw Outlaw's'Nemesis," a one reel Than- '. --'" .
: houser, will complete the bill
Engkftd, where;he'wffl,visit:his ford... ,I Remember that when the Lucerne .,
:wUtivee. >r the'balaace.. ...of A:tke, s mMrs. WOOD.FOR SALE Respectfully, I advertises a picture as "good," it' is -
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. '- FRANK H. WILLIAMS, more than good. Don't be one of
,F':';: '.r : :For the month of August 1 \wflsellpkeat Supervisor of Registration, Orange those who on Friday will be sorry Newest and most.up-to-date hotel in
86 cents per strand,;anc they did not see these pictures.-Adv.
;' F.-;A..'1AWter''aDd" little" Mine oak ate$LOO; also some' saw logs County,Fla.. Can ton. ituated on Academy Heights.
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.. LewUr: left "Mday for eheap,"A." S. Hodges;. R.- 1, Orlando. (Editor's Note:;Mr. Williams un EXPONENT. OF MODERN

cft1ert, N;,O,.toof : Ij .e- 7-80-lm.- doubtedly intended to say, in reference DANCING Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River
...... Win' OPENALL; NIGHT to, tax "second
a1Io poll payment,
..... tfcibefore iiiSr Ii" -- a '
r :"':a itl -!.,,i'.' : ....Y'i'H 'N. c..,' -The both City:day Drag and Store night.is at your:.Prompt service -, Saturday,in October," instead" of"sec the Mile.,Grand Athlone theater DeMoyer this ,week who, is is at a Valley. One of the finest views in Wes

:retiir t:>e- e. :. "'depe&dabfe,'ooarteees. -tf ond Saturday. in November. ) graduate of the Vendome School of
.: ,.- : Dancing in Paris and the Vernon tern North Carolina..
;..,. ...i-r.: ....'l' --.' '__r. .: .' . ', . . ; Castle. School in New York City.
Mademoiselle while in the:city will
give instructions to those' wishing
: instructions. The dances featured
will be the Tango. 'M&xhe; Hesitation -

:"I ::LUCERNETODAY etc. 7-30-3t MRS. J. R. McFADYEN,

: We ism+ yrerltfe and loan yea
1 meaty on Ml estate.at 6_per cent
f /, '.' f' o{ '.' ;1! ". '- : : iaUmt Guanato' +Iift, ft Loan Ot., 6.2O d&w CANTON, 'N. C.
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; ; 1 1 Cory, Baflfing, T'eapb. .
t. I . ... HlllillilllllllMT BaaaiMASTWS
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i, i i f ."An.,H o ear ::Before .Dawn another Famous Players : Eat Eat what all you you want.want. SALE I Don't walt for every one in town to
- Take a postscript and forget it. -' I hw Entries, the painter, before
Film i f featuring Laura Sawyer i in a' wonderfully. strong:female .For sale by.all druggists. Under and and tale by virtue rendered of by m decree the Honorable of foreclosure you try. Am too busy to look you
: l-T-d&w-lyr lames W. Perkins Judge of the Seventh Judicial up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
)IctcctiveAnother; ;twenty-ftvc cent picture for five Circuit for of Orange the State County of Florida In a certain sitting I job. 1-20-tf
. date papering, etc, In Chancery .
'. .--- Up to painting cause pen_ in said Court' wherein The
;..ahd '. '. Where to Bank of Orlando. a corporation, is
. .. ten" cents-- ,j' is the kind you want. get complainant State and Wi let Groover and Irma.
'. A. That's 636. W. T. are defendant the nnderiZaed
it? phone 1L Groover

,: 1 'Vow i:,,at the Phone,". a .beautiful two reel Kay BeeftUre. Entrican. easy; 1-20-tf U the special highest Master bidder'In for In Chanced cash,in Florida.front will sell of during the to cEcbsect

,,,. ; '. ".... fF ,. ; 1.. '" : l'f : --: FOR SALE One five passenger eiY.SEFTEMBra7.m4,
: property referred to in aaid Killer
' touring car; a big bargain. Will the mortgwed Will
' 'y : sell for $300 cash. Apply.this office. decree, to-wit: southwest
: ,; OutkVs A Ntneiis "a one 'reel Thanhouser. The northwest quarter of the
,. 7-30-tf. quarter of section ten (10), township twenty.,: RM
: : -- "'=- "* ? tr (22) south of range twentyjune (29) east
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M .i lest f one acre square to the northwest corner
? 'xofCndy.and'the' will be FOR'RENT thereof situate lying and being m the County Your house of all insects.
; ; f given away
:I :Thiti ; -Fourteen room;house;jnodern, up- of Orange and State of Florida.. Terma. tub.

: -gain tonight : e bolder-t:;'w..the-- J lucky,ten* centticket.> *, .- '" ; to-date Circle;;with partlyjurnished garden, fruit; on and",Lucerne flow Purchaser, to pay Special for,FRANK Master titles A.b.SMITH Chancery.' iris 3Se. GallH $1.to

ers. J..F. Watkins. 7-30-d&w-tf. Has&ey ft Warlov < *

i F!$:Foot, ;; 'L 1tL Baldly, S Celts. (dies,. 5 .Celts Eat what you want. Solicitors for Complainant.. For sale byCarnrtfcers

": : Eat all you want. WOOD, COAL AND,ICE., & Gore

,: :. >: ,. : :_<-."., <... + ....;;r'J.1,... A.. .' .' -wp- ' ,- Take a postscript and forget it. .Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Il.nd' "
For..sale by. all 'druggists.17dfcwlyr. ; Coal Yard, phone 566.' .,,6-31-

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:. a "Aai P proving it every ,day.1" Are 1I\'t S .
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of The Drug "$* t. ... u WU I10 d.,, :
PHIPI' e a customer City :
you ,
E .Stew*' 'I.1 L'tIe.'fer -. 1Faated. P.,..,,..Tyr
: feat, tfch ataaa.-Me:tor-m* fcy.I .
U ,,/ *:fer,few.<)*c of ....;_o r.sir;for
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tIM''adverYesmtr 'ter 't>dsF..
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n, 00 four, year- old.buds; Pester. :
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:. -treorgiaT I pefccbesj;,'wholesale :
: OPEN1at1IEITep tail I Fresh every :day. < '
0 fresh lot,' of.Georg .canes
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' i1.'store. .; 47' West" : :
itreet.cP'9. -
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ft tt 151\m: ,\ It J.tw: -, The Georgia Jl ; ; ::
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.o .O l14 ji. .1 11:1 FOR SALE45ooO ,in,one,. ;,
., ) t darijia ,corner \from Guern- ;threeryear notes,'8 per. ! :
x J hU 3"itW ; est, payable quarterly ; ;
t : jS 1fite.1tof r :5'J"; .; I
first mortgage en one of
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: 10$ t11t1fJt1oqqo e.t. 1' '-! farms in' Orange county : ;
needs money.,and,,will,
The CITY 1DRtJC :STORE percent.'.Address.A.A.. : '
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.t L. DEAN Orlando.Fla.coatract rc'i FOR:SALE-Beat quality ; 1 : :
J. Prop. \
fence posts. See'L.:N..;

S. East street: ; ; ;
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i l FUR''SAL15'bead: 'of.'J'e : : ; :
; for the r'.J:. Holder says that when"came cows has B. Porter,
;keuse in Miami.was a ti' t. to Geneva,'thirty-five yeu_ Fla: "
St'Johns 'Construction*companr? ago,the'idea that vegetables could WANTEDr-To'exchange*V S :
addOit: isto'wlta $iie1C |fyi ? tfiiffft.*'grown vf here was riLl.sisueeeewMy .in good cwdition;'for i ; ,;

and all convenience, ruled,'but he baa proved to his enti records._'Piano maybe seen ; ;
ofieen. wfll mosa.) ,Address.P...0..Box 2,.
[ The coat be 117,300., satisfaction that it: is possible ""' ;
Fla., ..01, .... __ n, -
have fresh fruit and fresh vegetab M '
,. : .GE EVAOTES of.his: own raising any or every WANTED-Couple to live,on :: ; :
place.., CaU, or .address,} \ { ; r :
in the i '
: year. it Central lat:eMe. . [ :
,jleBevi,,:Flit, .July 28.-Mr. C..E.the ,
:f| terson,. ,genial. and .accommojoeal WHERE TO,'SPEND YOUR VAC*! ,WANTED.woman,with Permanent.family,to.

) .. . representative of,' ,the noN 11 penenced,in> clerical; and 1 : !
Coast railway, is quite sanguine work,1and'capable of;;h '
:;s=1l of people. :Orlando and[: :
i haadwtsa aadoomamdiauade rQe. ke .oolpst-sp :Jn..FlQf: erences furnished:as to'ch ( ;
Id&.to; spend your-vacation.' Perfect ability. : I
Nl aiidYW eIt !'rW
t." Lb! officials of the com New woolen bathing WANTED. .PARTNER,with :
IttersongUi&vthe fol _m,' 25 cent. .ft eZ! 'mobile,' O 'an'engine,. riug
tion. 'Good '
profits
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T*" V* twelve care Sentinel:
j I. to .
ahipments ror the I I Dancing three nights a week pc'i on tha '.... ,..., . ,.-
heading September, 1913, $24,,- [largest ,and best floor in the South!: DRESSMAKING Pkin .
!t! '
'.."J 7, citrus fruit for jusic by theXgntiJ orchestra. Reg|., sewing of all'kinds; and ,: :
= Ive.months 5pw t>om me bat ar street cserricfrom: Daytona when promised, at rooin". 'No '
L wqthat.be,ilwminglo ck his.t o the CaiiE 1 7-18-4W Estes' drug'store :Misses :

gnat f -oy- the pBWHree'oi/wwi t i 'a Baldwin_ . .. t'._....< -,, t .. .. i \ ( ; ;; ; : m
".',.' town site, where he has built_ 'oniUYY WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES -I FORRENT, : -
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to q thers
t't 1 ..IltJtt, ,j ll 1Ds OF FOR" RENT. -. Cheap; small '. l 1
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E. Stevens
.1'f Mr, Endor Curiett is likewise nearJ'W;
} an OPTICAL REPAIRING
: street south' ?Inquire'of;' ; I I,
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'f. E timist when talking of Geneva. He e insonor,,Mrs..,Dr.. Anderson.'QRRENTTwa' i I

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9 convmoed e effice I
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,1 r future plgft W. to our'stole'at'No. 9 W..," 4
Cbmftin and we' will show' ,
4rider to escape the heat of summer :
i i well aa tfee seyerity of winter. He : Electric. , Co." -- : ,
1H :
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f\ .Citrus Exchange, and/manager: 1AT : TO:RENT Some very desi "iO'I"1" [
;ern houses' .Daetwyler. ,' -:
ULAUAV A VJjjg : 4-26-c< '
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6rroMETRIst & I ; :
(",'t. ,the bitest"machinery and is do- I: ;'inS.. LL. NE- ',
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4 kJli' o. P. LIdM) I
1 ,,y DYNAMITING done in all
ORLANDO, FLORID.advertisements L t es. Clearing land is' our : I
r\, Mr.;,Henry .Tarbelisaw; the need,of. < (I! innriga Let doyourwork..- : : I '
jis
,t lumber' ,yard:here last fall and his \ cheeifully''givenN'I ;; J : ;

;:.... y ... thi. ag".has business.been in'rewarded that lme.He tiYJi I ?!a i.t.1J.b( ;( daily. S.. East' street. ,. - '- | j 4

t ti mm m First' clase'Brazing a'.p .
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course .of. ', ; : < or 'all. 'The ,&i o V screened awayfre_ nthe 1Ie kept'iresll'
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.t sgreidtookiR" of;:admiB'5j orf : :' values.. Also
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Ye.months, ire' Fred rl tb vritten ata!-p :!i : ove5 and city f he' 'PARLOR MARKET&Co.' '

thOs wty seat, 7l',000 I. JP : : : : ,. '
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ki !tiltp'oc IketW, t s libraryshelves, am. L :!]t, : : Ave. ,.Ground'Floor S Phone No. .a
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protect ,joore,,-bat, produce, more :
cheaply,,for the cost-of transporta--
Han te1rket :11 of'' course :an, importut *-
Irbtwr in the cost of:producjtiww -
Frx'thk point.".of view, it:is
itiMled-tiiat the $100,000 spent] uifappmiagfthe

;roftda;in SpoteylvaniaCMttttyt g Uj Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co._
the farmers of, that "
titled ; Bros., i "' "King Quality" Shoes.
[county t4,000 a '
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1u S 5 ; Bal braid. Elliott's Table linen and Towel;.
atadie ofthe' ,F s 1
4 OQ Sweet, Unr 'Dry Goods
that tsl frpji HB. Claflin & Co. f
ton of outgoing products ffiro
66,060 ; ID-. place tity'o trade; .
were hailed over the,improved_ roads
in th*?MBlty in averaee distance of
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mow :whik matte of
profit; as a
1 S should be the battle cry. Not "swat the fly." No more dirty fly paper, or'mears of R
fact it is j t_as real a soaree of profit .
astaple is flies around.... the house...., -*h-the; way to rid your .ouse of flies is the way of cleanliness.yJriy .
H "IC&J e tai" 1.e.-.,. "-.I.>t>.n4 c.oo\o,.. ?#|r>!:.l&.. ;'w".1f _.._about..
and_ person. no ashes smoke Everything dean, meals on ,.
i'Yea,, for... 't in'olP'' \ NbAD. 'bbioiama: tHOij oiu'i M

s >EPO OBe of 4'H.. ,watA wfd, !wKethermit be U honsetbl/llMorjiidat of dirt and ,
the, .'load'.for l-' / .i. ie'n'Woo
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crow,1 ; avenge ; :: Therefore l rte the F ana also IIS lie\h w Stover DoarH swat the wood
two moles n a mam road was about[ ., &you.have already swatted. it'enough'' when the fire would not burn and things

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:\: ; )-Pine,Castle, in point of ratio i .
: :: to population furnishing more soldiers '

< \< CHECKING to ,Uncle Sam than many places.J. *
-: ? . .. :.. Grady Matchett, son of J. W.
'. t.r Matchettstationed. ,, on the U. S. S. Our Statement
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r S. S. Florida; Paul Parkes, son of
J. :" ',. './iJ.:,' .-4 Mrs. M. B. Parkes, cadet at West Jast issued fry order of tin Controller of the ;

1Y : :, .., :Household: .MmU -" t Point, N. Y.; Glover Reeves, son of --U. S. Correicy, shows ; 1. ; .
: Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Reeves, cadet at : I r
x Annapolis, Md. Harry and '; } ;
'''' ; Eugene ; -
,t .' .. .' JHt1 more'satisfactory and Hoffner, sons of :Mr. and Mrs. C. H. ..: Daposits, Jra 30,1914 $378.286.00, t. :
4 Hoffner, members of the Florida Na '
l1 :: r buiinewlilfc bwii by having a' 'J'.
: : Iicrewe since last '
; tional Guard, and all of them sons of atr pubKaM8UteamtMftrck4-
atp ; .:checking:acctunt Pine Castle, who justly takes pride. : ; ? '
'f- in them. 1914, I $ ? Mft f
The.:time:and expense it will There used to be quite a number : .

: '. itve:you will amount to cwisidenW from here that belonged the national : }
guard, and possibly the names hcrem
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of some still belonging lave been 12 aloMt.r

; -Y.lCC. 1 t;subject to check omitted from this list. Several young
i - *-* V*- 1 men here considering
.7 -,1. are now entering -
'.,< 'is'm_ the ,navy. Joining ,military organizations THE REASONFor
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S .} =ate 'rf iS and the national military

; > :,TheStalelukiklamdi: service in the calm time of peace is, our coatim growth is known to -t
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0 .- '' -,: - .. comparatively, a ,mild procedure; our a 7
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of the step and' a certain

,. degree of farewell; but when the: 1riD'

f:f: :: ... ;.:.; .. .. 3 ;' ,'-., grave call "to arms" of one's country
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; :'1'-f t Y" enlisted men and volunteers' then ; : : : . .: > ..
.. : realize fully what it is to be a sol- :: :
.C dier. To listen only to the call of allegiance i:

!, -" .- to one's country;' to regard O. '
'f unflinchingly the imminent personal .r..
dangers of war; to say good-bye to : ..
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go to the scene of the fray, is, the i,:' : ;:4t: .,.. .r.r: wr7: t
test of the stalwart heart that alone '
,' ." makes a soldier. As President Wil
Vktor Recerds for
: August son has said,"It is the splendid spirit
shown in time of war" (as was so TAFT ITEMS trimmed, striped, and everything up W. G. Sphaler, who is on a trip to
:. 'The >new 'list' 'for.August goes on sale todal recently done), "that makes America Taft,,,.Fla., July 29Mrs. A. J. to date. It will make your Orlando Texas and elsewhere, must be still

'. ,: &ni,is 'on of the best that, has been is* what she is." Let us then take pridein Richardson was on the sick list last school buildings look like 30 cents. alive, as he has sent home a goat and
I' .med',:this:-year. ,A .os nostattractive 'list ,of thepofNilaxf the boys of Pine Castle who are week,.but is now on earth again. Work on the streets, grading, ete,
white rabbits. We the
\ Mayor A. M. Bristol enjoyed the will commence next week, beginningwith some expect j
and ,. numbers including already enlisted and also appreciatethe
songs new danoe sights of Orlando last Thursday. Second avenue first, the entire rest of the menagerie this week.
.Berlin's, best, lilt "On: their Way to Mexico fact that the call to the navy, S-s-h, be quiet! There is a hen on. length. As yet we are on the "watchful
... ',.", .and .the :Barcarolle from Tales of Hoffman which is.felt by many of our young Work on the school building is goingon Herbert Tice had the misfortune to waiting" list in regard to our drainage ,
,. ,recorded for dancing. To hear them is men, is higher than any which Pine lively. In place of that earthquake have'his hand caught in a stump pulling matters, but we have the positive 1
:to buy'..'.. Castle can offer her sons at the pres- requested a short time ago, machine this morning, losing the assurance of our legal advisors that
t t?' v I ., j ent day. \ please send, some medals (leather end of his index; finger. He is in the matter would be ready for the
1 .. ,. w. :( Iltit \ will do) for' our board of education. Orlando to have 'it dresesd. printer to advertise this week. Thjs
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