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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: August 2, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00397
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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PASSING 'GERMANS WAR STOPS RESERVES PORT INTRATERRITORIAL CLASS

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%... -aice. ';:.Has- Net"Declared 'War; Bat the German Ambassador Trans-Atlantic Lines That Statement in Regard to Ger VISES SHIPPINGHamburgAmerican tween Different Rate Territories -

;' ': Has Left'Parfe-Eigkad, Is "Watchfully Waiting" and,MoWbi Are Doing Business Are man Ultimatum-Moscow Remain Un-

,.", ", . i.*.: .Her. '-.Army, -Be bard \eHt of Belgrade, Has. Swamped With Demands I I Contributes to Red Line Withdraws changed

'Beta lUomncd-. Italy ;Is, Nested-Greaf.Demonstratieas for Passage Cross Fund All Its Vessels From
the TransAtlanticService Washington, Aug. 1.-SpeciaL-( )
;ta St. Petersburg The Interstate Commerce Commission's -
London, Aug. American tour- London, Eng., Aug. 1. The Ger-
k decision in the cent.
Jive
ists in. man ultimatum sent to Russia today per
.t England entirely
." gave up rate increase case was handed down "
< and'Rusisa; have and their sightseeing trips today and said that if Russia did not'stop her New York, Aug. 1.-The North The decision
: .. .Geraany: : formally declared :war" hostilitieslwve mobilization today grants five percent
by noon today Germany
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[ :, )>egun. ,:by'the Russian border patrol firing on Ger- flocked to headquarters of the trans- would begin the mobilization of her I der German-Lloyd Grosse, which steamers sailed from Friederich Baltimore increase in the intra-territorial
class and
,-:" .r Atlantic steamship companies commodity rates in Central
:>troops.' : try ;I army. on July 29, and Neckar, which freight Association territory, which }
has'not taken 'wafting. to book passage home. Their one and The censorship drew a veil over
.f any;action; but is develop-. sailed from Galveston the same day is between the Mississippi river and

; y'' wishing ,to> gain more time to mobilize troops. only object appeared to be to get what developments might have been were'recalled by wireless today. Buffalo and Pittsburg, and discusses
home as soon as possible. the result of the German ultimatumsto The line also instructed the steam
has not declared;war, but is so near a declaration that the need of readjustment or rates in
E' German The Cunard, the White Star and Russia and to France, and of King er Willehad to.leave Montreal, where that territory.A .
._ ambassador. has, left ,Paris. other British George's intervention with the em-
.;('" ' .jL / and Dutch lines did an she is now docking, and go to Boston general increase in trunk line
: : ,-',Austria;\,is: unofficially reported: to,be willing to submit,to are immense business accepting many peror of Russia. and remain there.' rates, lake and rail rates, and in rates'

: 'i; ; toitr&tioB, 'withdrawing .her' troops:from Seryfen:territory.. TbeI I passengers who had intended to sail I The latest message to reach here The steamer Grosser Kurfuerst,, in traffic moving between different

: ';; 1t'bombardinent ,of,'Belgrade;has been resumed/ \a on Hamburg-American liners, all of: from Berlin was an official notification which sailed from this port Thursday, rate territories in the official classification -

? r'.: Italy,._ha. declared. ,that.. she will take no part...m'the. contest. which had been definitely withdrawn that Germany's ultimatum to again was instructed today by wire' territory, is denied.
t -' .t; from the service. The Russia expired a't noon and the general
withdrawal less
of to return to New York.
i ;Gecass::.citizens. were' mobbed. last night |iuthe*.streets of The decision, affecting fifty-two
,; ;; La belief here that
Provence was expressed
'f' ; of the French TransAtlantic I The Friederich der Grosse and the railroads east of the Mississippi and
.- Y Londte; :sad'.;-m. St; Petersburg-the declaration of war brought line also provided many cu s- Russia,could have given only one answer Neckar 'were given the option of putting north of the Potomac and Ohio rivers,, ;

; 'great patriotic.demonstration ever seen there. tomers. unless ,King George had sup- in to, ..either' New York or Balti- has been under consideration several i

).. ':.; ;;4. .,f', ._______._u___ Many passengers paid high premiums plied a formula which would'save the more. ( months.
for tickets to those who hade faces of the European powers principally Officials; the line said the Wile 9
v > .'St<.Peters rgyAu; --SpwiaL) authentically announced that thMirquis'Di
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*, them, but preferred taking the profitin concerned. had had been ordered to leave Mon VILLA APPOINTS NEW COVER.NOR .
A'deekratieu' of ::;,arwas1; sent .by Sang ulianoltas informed
: the hope of getting home later. at treal for Boston because ,the formeris OF CHIHUAHUA
:fjaraa 'ambassador in the he'German : .
: name ambassador at Rome that EVANS RETAINS WESTERN GOLF
lower1 rate. -
a a British port and in the event of '
.. government to 'the Russian Italy' will remain neutral '
of .foreign 'affairs at :7:30 The Hamburg-American and, other CHAMPIONSHIP hostilities between Germany and England Chihuahua, Mex., Aug. 1.-(SpeciaL -
-, ;; ., German Grand Rapids, Mich., Aug. 1.-
> ; companies have ordered their it would be necessary for the )-Villa today appointed General
'tesight. ; :; WASHINGTO
}\' > ; ':f*,V'i: ::-REtRS NEWS vessels in all parts of the :world to (Special)-Charles (Chick) Evans, vessel'to be in a neutral,port_to aVQidseizure. Manuel Bonilla, a former minister in,
; \'. ebeirsfter"tlesueancearntDE !: : Washington! Aeg..L: (SpeciaL)- the' }
seek ,neutral ports and if the crisis of Edgewater Golf club, of Chi Cancellation of the Wile the Madero cabinet, as of E
: th&ne tbet, kd de: governor
w been Unofficial: notice of Germany's declaration
; continues shipping soon wilt'b en cago, today won the Western ama- had's sailing interrupts the return the state of Chihuahua, to succeed '
J elared: awie theee@le made theN ,
>;: ; i wa deiaonstration ,of. war upon'Rassia; :was received tirely dislocated teur golf title for the third time by home of the first lot of Austrian reservists General Fidel Avifa, who is going to /,
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president;and Secretary
.- ,' thesUstk : Thomas Nelson Page, American defeating James S. Standish, Jr., of from Canada. More than 200 take the field with the Avila brigade,
:.patriotism St.,,Petersburg Bryan while ,
they
were .holding a the Detroit club 11
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ambassador Country by
to Italy, who had booked: up of them had engaged passage on the numbering 1,200 men.
tw wjtBesstir The streets tonight, lengthy conference on ,the European '
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on the Imperator decided and 9 to play. Evans played phe steamer. .
; today to
': p 8e a,:weftderfttl spectacle. 'N Y* situation late this afternoon.. Soon
,. ;' return toRome in view of the crit nomenal golf ands clearyl outclassedhis pn issuance of these orders todathe y OCOEE DEFEATED LOCKHART
sad
"' sky Prasf et others of the .
; < I [ : prin- the official declaration of war between ical opponent. ..
situation.
tie-up of the North
German-Lloyc
arc pecked with BY BIG SCORE ,
" eipal'tterqughfues/ ,. .' Germany and Russia was, received. }
fleet between
plying America anEurope d

t i V dreg.peieoae:la all;thurthea thrwiflwrt!. the city. President. Wilson__ and* Secretary D DR. CHRIST H I T Will PROMINENT[ 'SEABOAREQFFICIALS [ D was practically complete. j\ The Lockhart baseball' team met its i

t oleeial 'services are' being ;held to- :Bryan will'prepare! 'proclamation mlD I Iill The Vaterland, which was to have Waterloo yesterday afternoon on the

Jj-) lgM.a.4.prayers-for:victory are be- neutrality. The proclamation W sailed today with 3,000 passengefthe s; home grounds at the hands of Ocoee.

;,,-Llar 4: :,asIL.. f I furnish official. i.notice of the real intentions - MODERN OFEICE E vl rrORlANDO Kronprinz Wilhelm, scheduled to At the end of the fifth inning Ocoee
sail next Tuesday the Prinzess Irene,
) i The reservists are pouring into the ,of this country concerning ; had scored 31 runs, while Lockharthad
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;: ; _. scheduled to sail today, and the Bar- been able to make the cir .
.aty5 from qaR' .er"' the .empire and the European struggle; only
: 'their' naamee 'and .tang F BUILDING barossa, scheduled to sail August 6, cuit once. The game was called at

: .,15' their, "pUee* with' their' ,, regiments. and RUSSIANS FIRE ON GERMAN all have cancelled their sailings and the end of the fifth, principally be y
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: .WiD iureh, to'meet the GenaaBs and TROOPS PRESIDENT HARRIHANSPECTING IN- will remain at dock here. cause Ocoee was tired of running

1'AaMriaftB. 'Their,'.wires,r and'children Berlin, Aug.; .1.-(Special) The ON CENTRAL AVENUE LOT PROPERTYIN The President ,Grant, of the Ham around the diamond, and Lockhartwas x

:; ._ 'the',men,. and marched Russian frontier; patrol fired on the RECENTLY PURCHASED burg-American line, recalled by wireless willing to concede that they ,

K i,thest:thmth.the streets shunt.g. German patrol" ocean Prostmens t this FROM THE ELKS FLORIDARoad yesterday, was expected to read would likely lose the game even if it 2

.; afternoon. The_ fire a. returned by -* New York today, although no word was played out. -

., tP4eMe. ,everywhere. 'f. fave 'their. > the.Germans but :there were, no cas Contractor J. F. Auge Will, Superintend L- Master Will Begin Adjusting acknowledging the order of recall had The batteries were: Ocoee, Calhoun '
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: 1' '.to the men who are prepar*_ ualties. Construction and Crossings to Street been received by the Hamburg-Ame r I and Graves; Lockhart, Wafford and '

t!;. .'rt.1t, .eeet totbe_ ;" ; Grades Monday-Says frail line early this afternoon.The Johnson.
.i. .0- J J Expects to Begin Work Russian-American line I
announced -
--: GERMANS ;MOBBED'IN, LONDON
''GERMAN AMBASSADOR LEAS London, Aug. LSpeaaLThenneancement This WeekDr. Criticism-Unjust f today that all sailings of its NEGRO LYNCHED FOR MURDERING
ships between America and Russia
ST, PETERSBURG that Germany has de- AN INDIAN
A of prominent Seaboard,Air
"' C. D. party have been cancelled. Two of the
;((8t.Petarebarg.Mg. L-( ekred war against. Russia created Christ will build'a mod- Line railway officials spent a short
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anie t office ships, the Russian and the Kursk
-The.'Genuxa. Aft leader pleat, excitement in .London The ern building on the Central ave- time in Orlando yesterday afternoon, the Eufaula, Ala., Aug. L Crockett
lot he line announced, had been
Ieft levee ivM pl*. news' was received about, midnightand nue recently purchased from arriving on a special train at 5:15 requisitioned ([Williams, a negro charged with the .
immediately West End crowds the Elks. The plans call for a build and leaving about one hour later. by the Russian navy. Both :murder of Johnson King, an Indian,; *}

: ARTIALLAWIN'ST.PETERS; ; began, demonstration. ,' jeering and ing fronting forty feet' on Central In the party were, President W. J. vessels The are now at Libau. was taken from the jail here by a

4 BURG mobbing passing Germans. avenue and extending back sixty feet.The Harrihan, General Superintendent C. Hamburg-American line's service -,mob at 2 o'clock this morning and w:,
t building will be constructed of between American ports and the *f '
> St.Pew, Aac, L-SpeckL) .lynched.
S. Lake, Assistant General Passenger
TL + Martial kw; ha* been declared in r" AUSTRIA, GETS-.SCARED TOO brick_.and will be modern and up to Agent G. Z. Phillips, Train Master 0. West Indies and Panama has been I I }3 5:
date in suspended.. Seven vessels
!, k. P"ersbsK and esh be LATE every, respect.. R. Teague, and Master Mechanic are affected HOME OF "DRY" EDITOR IS 5Y.
It be by the order which
Paris 'Aur.r1Specl lIt is will two stories and a hand was issued tar -
: DYNAMITED
some plate'glass front Parker. r day.. The steamer Allemania, which
will be
ENGLAND'WILL WAITe aatheritttiTely M( officially, reported pro The had time while here I
only
UW"u trt- vided. Dr. Christ's office'will party sailed ,from here yesterday, has been *
i N LRIAmdN. Ae .1L-SpedaL-After 1BIpry haswade half the lower floor .and occupy to inspect the company's propertynear recalled by wireless. I Youngstown, 0., Aug. L The home
the other I
1ileig-'eeiferesee..1} the:cahiaet to- represefitatioaa: ,to the effect bilf the station and take a walk of S. G. McClure, owner and pub ,:
that she is wilMng to submit her will be finished up for mercantile -
H eed that Great lisher of the
was aa s down Orange avenue. They are on a BASEBALL Youngstown Telegram, {
;.c iBritaWa priky we aM'be,merelj one quarrel with Serria 'to;an intenutkftal purposes.' The upper door will general inspection trip over the Sea. -RESULTS was dynamited at midnight last :

yr mod: waHiaf,"'.andthat. she triboBal and withdraw her consist of. of offices and all will be. models board in Florida, and the Sentinel National League night No one was injured. There tMY

ot decided to"take an active part troops from .Servian. territory.BOMBARDMENT convenience and comfort. representative was assured that there New York 1, Cincinnati 6. is no clue to the dynamiters. '

w ckh her co-partaers lathe triple enlMiwhik OF BELGRADEJENEww plans Contractor for the J.building F. Ange and drew will also the was' no special significance to their I Brooklyn 7-10, Pittsburg 11. 'I The Telegram has been active in '

have visit to Orlando. I Boston 4, St. Louis 3. 'furthering the "dry" cause.
charge of its.construction. He
) foflaad k befteved to .hopes W.. & Fussell,' road master of the Philadelphia 10, Chicago 4-
to break
,. her great;army. Her London Anf.- L-(Special)-A dispatch i of this week, ground the latter part Seaboard Air,, Line, is in the city with ,American League ATTENTION, REBEKAHS '
aeets' already In motion, the ,received here tonight the preparatory to laying I Detroit 0
} far are; : says the a gang of men and Monday morning Washington 3.
: foundation.
:'atrt f at belie ki the North sea, and Austrian ...kill' 'in the'Duube ,I !will begin the work,of making their Chicago 2, Boston 4. All Rebekahs and families are invited -.

tbe second feet fci the Meilterranean. have' renewed the bombardment ofBelghda II III neutrality in the conflict, between street crossings in this city even up Cleveland 7-2, New York 09. to attend a picnic next Thurs

j Comauiatlea betweea the nat The Servian war office Austria and Servia. It' is considered with the 'street grades. The first St. Louis 5, Philadelphia 9. day,'August 6th, at Wekiwa SpringsThe

=,tIs. 'jf Earopei except by the for.ts admits the Servian army has:retired unlikely that Japan will be involved II work will be at the Orange avenue Federal League picnic party will assemble at the

t has ceaaei England u ifl- before .the ,Austrian. advance. on the in ,the conflict ,unless the ships or crossing and 'as. soon as this is com Brooklyn 5, Indianapolis 2., Odd Fellows hall at 7:30 o'clockon

eel'by t_he severiaee :ef aB wire Bosnia frostier,'and along the- southen possessions of her ally, England, are pleted all the other,grades win be es- Buffalo 3, St. Louis 5. Thursday morning and automobiles '

: taeiieectlea wilt'_the' ceatiaeat bank of the DrauuJap. attacked in the Far East. tablished.The Baltimore 5, Kansas City 0. will leave at eight o'clock. Visiting-

Seaboard has been subjectedto Pittsburg. 1, Chicago 3. Rebekahs are cordially invited.. f
AMBASADOR WILL 'Nary'Ready' for .Hostilities. France Orders' MobilizationParis some criticism,on account of their Southern League Messrs. Anderson and Zeus and Mrs.

LEAP PARIS Tokio, Japan,,Aug. L=(Special-' ,France, Aug. L--SpeciaL]) alleged negligence of this matter, and Memphis 6, Montgomery 3. Phillips and Mrs. Gauthief, commit.

_ The Japanese battleship;,squadron: is The. general mobilization of the, an official of the road said,last night Birmingham 9, Atlanta 1. tee. I r

t4wia iide'te the' report that i assembled at Sasebo,,.and the Japanese French army, beginnig tomorrow, Has that the Seaboard. .was doing this 'Mobile 3-1, Nashivlle 02. *J

had been i :navy is,ready,for,hostilities.at been ordered Jby, an official decree. I I work earlier by ''at least two daysthan New Orleans 3, Chattanooga L Do 't work all the time. Play ten," ;

lu The : short Notice The emperor and the I the city bad.evef requested,that South Atlantic League nis or croquet. Spaulding's goods at *

; kt yfr e, an- I navy,heads' were in conference today. THE WEATHER I it: .be, (done, and that the, 'Seaboard .Columbus 1-3, Augusta 02. Spaulding's prices. Curtis & O'Neal

leavetokiiadte.- I Premier ,'shibeBObl will :confer''with Florida: Local, thunder. showers! would .usuallytibe found;: reasonable Charleston 5,'Jacksonville 0. next postoffice.
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,'} Kai It ks M he dine the emi ortom, row. 'The govern-: -: Sunday,,'except: ,fair jn} south.pgrti n. I' and prompt: in coipplying %with aIi Columbia ..1' Macon :0. ,

r l ia .,'# Itfe I met has_postponed- .its,declaration..of Monday partly, cloudy., I'l'reasonable;ngte&aai" i s'i Albany:5', Savannah Oj. ""I Bead.the_advertisements doily "
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i cloyed out at 25cLadies' $4 to $5.50 values for $3.00 I
: :Lace, lisle Hose, worth $1.50 to $2.50 $2.50 to $3.00 values for $1.50 I

.' 50c.,:and .75c.goods 25c . $1.50 to $2.00 values for $1.00 ,
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Solicits' ;the':..listing of your property as your exclusive agent.only We situated ourselves to give service which
: surpasses any services:rendered so far by any real "real estate firm" in our State. We shall explain our service
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o ,'Our Company will also advance 75 per cent. of the purchase price if desired by the purchaser, to show
: :our",food, :;faith in'any of our propositions. I I

WE' ALSO' BUY ANY PROPOSITION WITH' COMMERCIAL VALUE.

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". respectfully:: invite you to call and acquaint yourself with our methods of doing real, "real estate business
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;; -.. -1haid" .;Aw* --->---..-..141Tefpedo

'r. ..-.... w dfitfop 'late::t.' 'gwu ,boats, N..N..________ 47 I

111 J itta' conflict:mope.tfca:UBon .Sebmaraes -----N- -..;.-..'27, 1eYortftRe mrn$
.. m.d BMB wffl:eppo0e" Mchtipr a '-

: ..OJ t ; sad tfct 'Vii' war' : inr'''tfcewffl ,. Total- "fighting craft :_, ____. _' 318 GRAND
<; ..,may;: the tAOrld be rif :ITALY ,

py. 'WIIIIt tW. 1IWIb of ... 11Mr t Army .

1;' ".. '... J.l be"BOM CM ,eoMtetare.. ; 'Ua-;' Peace, footing; : ________ ,304,610 a
" 1" ".'-1 .1....d...reel)t'in-a;:.oosi .War footing --.NMNM3435,150Navy' CLYDE UNE '

,::t ,pipe:'fit'' of' the .:map'{ofSuepe To 1M:1orrO\AT:

, ,'Md wwld Mt back European Superdreadnaughts _._ 0Dreadnanghts

y ,. at :but :h4f",a :cwtery.a&d .' .N ____.N.N.J:- ___ 4 Oily. Direct... Line From Jacksonville

.The\ a tW we>#I& be1doHe t9 Other battleships __.: _.:-__:-. 11Armored

;coaaoM,: fec twB used:ackoceca cruisers ._N._....____-- 10

sot be'' T1h"- Cruisers ..._..-._.._...__.'13

The gmt BaMMn!Bear bouts' fee Destroyers :::_____________ 32 Fare,.Iicfcfcs Heals and SlatereeH leee..all..sI
,. ;krgwt:nate of Mwien: At thecoKaftad Torpedo boats .. 97
-----------:
rf tie. car,today,'are three Submarines --__.___: 1..:__..:..- 18 I Tickets Sale Until
'gnat-' .. :ambering :1,364,060BMD. ; on September 30th, "Adventures of
-
: Hat'ig-Banging" -peen footing.: .Total fighting craft NN____ 185 and Good Returning From New York up Kathlyn"

''Her, ,war:footing woeW bring her to .and Including October 31st.
Ships
arayes_ to::tae, astounding figure, of Triple,,Alliance-Army, 'war 'foot: You have this before

5:.,....: :Gemaey::woald tie f arMfe I lull, 8,605,150;; navy, 612. Scheduled Sail Tuesdays, Thursdays seen and can

*' 'ttb,'. hevevcr, 'her...'war .fOotI I' .RUSSIAArmy I Saturdays. at 2:00 P. M.
k* 'w.r""boot',4sseoeo..mnd': .. her expect the best show in town.

s ,peace footing. abort' ie00.. Peace..footing :... 1,384,000 : For Further Particulars Apply to
; -- ------ I
-:,Aa:far:ai can be..seen'BOW by, En9eartel War. 'footing ____________:5,400,000
rofeaa::diplemita, , ..the lies "
J'. Navy J. H. G. WENZEL Fla. Pass.
between ,.Aottria, 'Germany .Serviaaad Agent
,
.
Superdreadnaaghts. ____._____. 0
t ;.Rus4 ,The.latter, great Slav Dreadnaughts ____. ___.. 0
,'aspire fo in,honor JUDd.stand by .. --- JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,
Other battleships ___ .
13 .. "Building Fire"A l
f h.weake.: ,Slav brethren, Servia and -- ---- a
: Armored cruisers ._____________ 6
,Montenegro and ;
) : Montenegro. seems Cruisers --.______________N.nstro 8 r
tohavelet'heraelff into the A
Destroyers -------...-- T95 Lubin
---- oi
San\ t ffi&ica&es by to exceptional
; agreeing merit
'Oe. Torpedo boats _________________ 42
a to the ''aid of Servia With
: . ; Submarines .....____i_:_______ 31 I
.* .staodiflg::by:Sema:and Mo n- I

:teaegro(Germany"will come to..the Total John B. Stetson University
fighting _
-
craft
195
aid ------- :
; :.of Awtria/wife which..countryshe *
FRANCE
not only:is boond: ; ;'op by"similarWeals Army \\mm, 1DLIEY, PiJ., 1111.1.,Lt.I, President

..ted.. .similar aims, batty'bid '
: : strong' Peace footing -__________,.645,328 ,
ties' and"bythe triple,alknce, War, footing DeLAND, FLORIDA "An Alaskan Interlude"An
,ash '_Germany, Austria and .Italy -----------2,500,000
; THE COLLEGE GRADUATE
NavySuperdreadnaughts DEPARTMENT OF ARTS AND SCIENCES.
formed. Courses leading to the degrees of,
IV"
_____________ Master of Art and Sciences. i
0Dreadnaughts THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR MEN-16 Carnegie
Italy apparently;,is w..link units required
,: : ; ..__..... 2 for .admission. Twentjume departments in alL
.in.:,the chain- ofrthetripk; :.alliance.Her ; --- --- THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR WOMEN A Edison They're always good.
woman dean separate
;
Other
< battleships ____________ .
27 dormitories for
and
,,"navy;is. 'not. .feared.. by the big women a separate gymnasium. 16 Carnegie units.
Armored' cruisers ___ THE COLLEGE OF LAW Course: leading to the LL. B.
____:______ 22 degree. Graduates ad-
'Swopean. powers and the valves of mitted to practice in Florida without examination.
.her.army is problematical The triple Cruisers, ---.._.--......_..... 15 THE(COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING.-Courses in Civil Mechanical Electrical

'. Destroyers ----____._____.____ 84 and Chemical engineering leading to*degrees
:entente, Sanaa :France and THE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS .
: ; England, -Especially for Florida teachers, strong normal
appears' to:be, much the.strong Torpedo boats -------- -------324 courses and special teachers' courses.
\ very, Submarines --______.. _____ 78 THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Besides. Banking, Bookkeeping, Accounting,
4 er in the opinion of',diplomats and N Shorthand, Typewriting; courses in History Law. Economics and Finance. i A
:. ':- THE ACADEMY-Sixteen units for graduation. Prepares for Harvard Yale,
hitary'experts. has
.. :England not Total fighting craft' _:_______ 352 Princeton Chicago and all high grade colleges. AN EXTREMELY GOOD BILL
mach of;;an ;army;but,her fleets i are THE SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS-For boys and young men desiring
U GREAT BRITAIN manual training, mechanical drawing. At,
.extremely powerfoUnd together with ,
Army THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC-Separate teachers for piano, pipe organ.. violin,iyoice,,
the:fleets of France'wonld be relied harmony and chorus work. ,
'open 'too ;much harm to German Peace footing ---_.-.______ 430,806 THE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS-Free hand and life drawing. Painting in oil.
Pastel and color.
water
War footing ...
1 --- ------- 1,072,615Superdreadnaughts : ;'
merchant ;:marine: :and the ,coasts, ofthe : '
.enemy .. .* ,navy-" SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO

\t ,' Bat the -'war would not with ------------_.. 13
; stop I. The Preliminary Coarse in Agriculture-Botany, Biology Organic and In.
'1'JW Dreadnaughts _______ .; _____ 16
sia
'
Au&riAG
im ny- Great organic Chemistry qualitative' and quantative analysis Agricultural chem
*f BHtain,:France' and Servia.. Other battleships ______-,-_____ 48 istry. Mineralogy Geology, ic. .
a France; %. The Pre-Med cal Course-Physiology. Biology, Anatomy Histology, Bacteriology ,
Armored cruisers
t _____ ______
: having been;drawn into the struggle 34 Zoology, Botany, General. Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry Qualitative ORCHESTRA
\ ; Cruisers ._____* ___ and Quantitative Chemistry.
: ---- 72
partly because of her r ----- .
? ;hatred for Ger. 3. The Coarse for Rdigeous W.rken-In Bibical Literature History English, '
Destroyers ..
.. ---------- V 215 .
BMay over the, Franco-Prussian war ------ Pedagogy Ethics Logic and Theism.
{
i t" :and; fee seizure':of,..-Alsace .and, .Loraine Torpedo boats .----------!-____118 '
.
r' ," and.. partly 'because: ,she is* a Submarines .---____:_____.______ 77 : 5c lOc

member of. fee',triple"-entente, 'probY ,
Total fighting craft________
593
would '
Wy. take Belgium in wife her.
: : WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ?
"
| Belgium has no love for Austria' and Triple 'Entente-Army, war footing

I Germany"and.she, is,quite closely;al-
; ,8,972,615, ; navy, 1,340; FLORIDA STATE COLLEGEFOR -
UNIVERSITY
:Bed to France in many:ways; ;:Spain OF FLORIDA

l| pfejbahly, woald : ;neutral WOMEN GAINESVILLE 11111 11111111111111111 II
Grew* already has ; her readiaees Two more cottages will be built on TALLAHASSEE. 111111111111 ;

"t; ..i ..to :"aid,::.Servia .and. Montenegro. the Methodist assembly grounds at College of Arts and Sciences;Normal School; JOELANDO \,
It. : : Anastasia Island by B. A, Brandon, School of Music; School of Expression; '
-I ,1'mlESy'liasiedieated"a.desire to. reBMia School of Art: Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts:
.\ 'neutral JRIt. : of Jacksonville, ,and G. w, Held,. of School:,, Modern Gymnasium with swimming Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers
it is doubtful if it Wilkesbarre, Pa. The pool; basket ball and tenais courts mew and College; Experiment Station; Extension Division
ll wwdd, be"' ': lots were sold modern buildings; beautiful dormitories Graduate SchooL Ten brick
possible;for her: to do so.'She campus; ; new buildings F
by Rev. W. G. Fletcher, and'the par have all modern conveniences; new besides gymnasium, swimming pool and
: '
k probably. w.i" _tf1tive"to. .; ,ally.her. chasers'ordered dining: room and kitchen most hygienic in many subsidiary buildings. (1, officers, in _. I C
f, satf'wife the e''alliancefor her< the ,cottages. erected Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 cwnties stmctors.... and assistants 854 young men ,
"
immediately. and It states last session. 47 Florida eoontis tad u States and A
: own 'protection. .against Greece. and TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last session. s
> School. Bocrd and .entrance fees .for theJar TUITION FREE, Board and Entrance ]Fees, *
Utite. Balkan nations,1#which. '.would. -:not The bonds $124.00.EDWARD write $132.50 per year. Write today for catalogue
rmfes:fee opportaaity' gas which were authorized a CONRADL President. A. A. MUEPHEEE. President
to attack,their ,
oH e...y. at the recent election in St. Water & Light Co.
:, 1 Petersburg were signed by the
B I ria'h.Tiag been. .. aided bi A-u. city r
-- commissioners
,Hrk., in-the meat'Balkan:,wars would '' and deposited. a local 1IIIilllllllllllllllillll..I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

.. :serge- 'her. armies:with,those of, .An.*' bank. The money will be advanced IIIMMIIililMlillllMMIIIHMIIIMIHII
the
: ". ftria :and,:the, triple_ i ance... This as to .J. B. McCrary company. 1
neeessary.
would ,bring,:Romania. ''into>>'the_. eon i Electricity
'
EJHct,. ire Romania.had 'several. : like.diffioiltiw _

rwBHing'from the-.Balkan ,
;1t :ware which ,she-,would; like to settle

with Bulgaria. 'While'all: 'of these'fit- nnual lxcursion 1 Gas Water- Ice {

"tIe.Mti:NW'b8 of. some.aid tothe ; I. e

..great :European, alliances,''they I ., ;

} [seareely..;can be:figured, open as se'rfeus f t
considerations. While their August 12 Office--No. 18 West Central Ave.

\\ : .
.' :armies ..are:composed; almost' wholly 1 .

'p(veterans, :of tie:Torkish. and Balkan VIA ,

.' wars, 'it,:;also Bust. be. realiaed.T' . '
'tat tray haw:catered- greatly- 'from' Atlantl ic toast Line r ,, ,4' Telephone No., 6

these.wars as >have set had opportaiHy -: .
: .. .
; 'to-:'even. :put alyrrecover before. : -; .
'befog,plttged bstoanother great con_ :. '
11 'fliet' ., 4 RATES FROM ,ORLANDO '

; Tke ataation. "i''pis. up:with. .
t Great',Britain, trance' and" .Russia WasfciBgtoB, D. C ..'.. $ 22.00

: :agabst' ;Austria, ,';.Germany'and Italy.FoHowifig a .. Rkhmead, Va '. . . .20.00 fMlUllMMIMiMMIIMMMMIIiHUIIIMIMtlllUltieiMMIMI

: 'is the. latest -,information Norfolk,. Va. . . . 20.00 ItlllllHIIIIHimili0U
'awe of:the';fleets:aad:armies of '

t 'the sk ,great. .:powers. :':. Prepertkmate, low'rates from _
p- - ;AUSTRIA: : other South r Florida, Feints lll COLLEGE[ [ Winter Park

,t. -y: ,
r .T .Peace footing ,_424,368' RATES FROM JACKSONVILLE ti

':War,feeW .--NNN.r._______' 880,080 "s-a .t CeHefe art Host BeaHlifal, Grails IB Florida

L It., < .- 'Niryr WH egtee,,N..C., . $'12.00 ; Music
College, Academy, Expression, Fine Arts, Do-
:. f :SaperdreadnaughtstrihoadniBghtg' \ N.NNN-r .0 WiII &en SaJe rrr, N. c.. 11.90, j mestic and Industrial Arts,. Business, Teacher's Course.

!r' :hattle W.. :_. '_t.; _' _._, 2 RetStrn s;. Va . .=.;\ 18.50 Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection
.14
\4 Armored. embers ..::=-- :;,',3 IV-L Vi. ', . 16.25 endowment., fine gymnasium Three ,teachers no malaria of quarter million dollar .
music
; Cruisers .. Clwttwweg Tewt . 13.89 $5,000 organ,
: /NNM} ._____. SS.
" -- dozen two Glee Clubs
: a pianos chorus class.
K Superb
t Torpedo: heaU r 63 Tate S4a&B .Teas. . new
< _..___ _: . 1&6Meateagfe .' rooms for business school full
F banking'equipment. New
J 'I .. __ .. .._ 8 ,!Tee:',.,.... 15.05 "The Finest Sewing Ma chine OB Earth Today" chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every

P " ..' '\ .. Mamneth:Care, ,Ky. .' 17.95 modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water.
ITetal fighting'eaft. ...-__ _, _,119. THE FREE Preparation for
engineering
i n :GIIX ANY Warn Sprngs, Va, . .9M course.
U -. Lakes, boating;; swimming, golf, tennis, football,
'.. (, .r . ;A1ery; .. :,'rid-- ets.soM'Aafwt 12tk fawtAvgwt : J '.Sold for cash, or OB easy terms, and this at leas.than regolar Christian, ,but undenominational; expenses moderate.

: --..;. 'rti.Git. : : 3Itk" elsewhere.. Scholarships available. For
:...., f ; selling prices Get_ yors.mew. today. catalogue address
....... ..-.4,. 69,969j, .. J ,

: : ,'>, MaryOther : eFer"''MJs'aiMI..Jh: eervatoas! C. HUGH J1A vms, Agt.2nd. .. F. WIllIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN

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': h #r: : :$IDiflLIG'Tice : ladies' and business.'m n from Birmingham PRIMARY 'LAW' ARGUED .
: '
THE 0AILYMik
: and Have all been I
: <;"':.....:.-' .< they "' #
-,- $ "Florifc .Seifedttftft -tBfW;&Brawh. r high-dass: and, desirable.. Therefore, The Bryan'primary law was under

.. ., Englishmen,. have_:nearly .as we_shall be glad welcome. the Birmingham fire in Jacksonville, Friday when arguments
McMgli1.MdWid . ._.::1'. mach sport in..catching.salmon,as,the ball team also, knowing it for and against the constitutionality
"i. ;,... ... ...iL ,
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.
Americans do in landing the. "silver will'fairly represent one of the most of the act were made before

"11& W jeetetwlit' Fioe king" in Florida:, On the 'river'Awe enterprising.cities in the whole South. Judge Daniel A. Simmons in the circuit
i.. N fnooi .obw, MtMtf' &e other, ;Briton worked steadily The team lacks notch
day a now only one court, decision being reserved.T. .
I Y mtf'MI8; for:13 hours:before landing a .42 from'the top' record in the Southern F. West, attorney general of :

:I':" ;:;J:.. ; ;';'!,.!;...-.t&" 'pound.fish; of the: salmon family. league;and after a. good work out in Florida, was there from Tallahassee
I C ,. .... ,. ..;. uwi. .
( .t. * Orlando TheMen's
.t. next spring they out H
.. can go and began the
the
L25 argument. case,
: : ::.h;;: :; :t t.: ::J{:; ....- soWmUi ''Some high, brow rises to, remark and cop the pennan* without trouble. ,that of Herbert L. Anderson against

,J that' "the girls of' unlike They will inhale enough air and l
., -: '-> today are pure Secretary of State H. Crawford
Clay
;; ;:1.Yar. ....;..k.....,.:. :.... 1." ,
., i] W dr...:..I,.lioe. ....-....1j ...!..;.!..!..... .15 those of 50 years ago." Judged by !I Orlandospirit to help them do it, I petitioning for, an injunction to restrain y.I .
.' 0'_:.,fj"" -- ..- the.largely decreased amount of,material , II I dont herkDo,,'. I the secretary of state from
,r .10.. .ABU.f ; .required to make their dresses, I I certifying the Democratic nominations -
? .---:...-.' they :are :certainly quite different. I II Property holders of Cleveland, of the June primary to the com-
:' )\,.,'.., 'ieirtibsiq iiA:.,...,:.uu.. t And 'judged the increased Ohio, are paying four times much
bl largely
as
missioners of the various
......_ M* W Mold IB at UM.kufaun I counties for
..... et 1M.tatted art bltt thu 2 .. a.tlo amount of funds necessary to pur. I for brick paving as it is costing in use in making up the official ticket Shirt Sale !

". rt 0.I"., le._...Itr. ."Vn,1Vnit cMtneta4Ttrikb: g:apBa: It,w chase the decreased amount of materiel : Orlando. Possibly half of this difference for the general election to be held in
+rnideeI. rfl ,to.strictly sAerd.te.d5Net' the 'difference is still more i may be because of the sub-foun November.The .

: | I .Seatiad'" marked., .,And judged by their innate I dation required in the Ohio city; and complainant was representedby
.Tiw diIocm-
;
Woe. ::=. notify tM: office in'Rdtingen modesty and common sense, oh well, I the other half might possibly be John S. Maxwell, of this city com-
&'W.daft ol,ia pir tion otbtnriw it riD be
charged to
what's the use? an account sometimes
*'t Nattiaad 'at'the regular: labKriptioa .rate, bating the position taken by the defense -
..'' ;?f.said_. .hoetiN. to,,"..stop.. s_:received. .* called "graft" in modern parlance. that the complainant has no
\ ,"- -- .. Representative Moon, of Tennessee Country roads the same width as our grounds for a suit One of the principal -

.:. S, < .$SUNDAY" '- ,.'A" GUS'(2:191L. : has introduced a resolution .in con- proposed brick roads are costing the points in the argument of the TS CONTINUING with
.n" gress,,to make; the offices of U. S. Buckeye taxpayers twenty-seven counsel for the complainant is that
tt , '- marshal, ,U. S. district thousand dollars 'mile. At
attorney, revenue per that the Bryan act is discriminatory
on '
0.:. 'Where' "do'thewners: ,:of. seats, onvttibe 'collectors, postmasters, etc., rate our half million dollars would which ground and several others it is JL vastly increased in- / .
Meek'eage.st :while. it is elective instead of appointive' officesas not reach from Sanford to the Osce- sought to have the Bryan primary

:: fldoaed J1' ?. the.law at. present provides. Shine ola county line. Orlando and Orange law declared unconstitutional, and terest and justly so.--the
," 0' 'on, Brother Moon, you are lettingthe county citizens should congratulatethemselves therefore null and void.
:, t! Before'seae of.those European. na Jighf in where it the low
belongs. Take on very pricesthey With the all submitted
argument
'j, ittl t'imHih""Wi. price reductions alone
| u..g ;their. fightingctheywfll
the "patronage" away from our con are paying for good roads, instead Judge Simmons will shortly render
,:heed.Villa to print money gressmen and senators and they will f.roasting the city.and'county his decision.

> [;for-tom: .S.. :,; kave more time and more courage to commissioners.CALDER I, should interest men, but

r .0 a tend.to'. the business for which they
ft 'Theodore. ,the: ',Great, declares; .anyBrieh are"elected. NOT "DEVOUT" CATHOLIC Eat Eat all what you want want. when these sweeping re-
:,.man',is'free to'.1eav. the BullI'Moose Cs Take a you postscript and forget it.

J ,party_,at will, but without .Per-. ,A Thought for Sabbath Morning : Editor Sentinel:-In the MorningSentinel For sale by all druggists. ductions I
( made
li .J ,..a. o dD'tM any You are either better. man or woman of Sunday, 19th ult., reference l-7-d&w-lyr are on
::1 f. ', 0 'or a worse,man or woman, than was made: io the late Hiram E.Cfider
I i t'A;headline lays. : "War may drive you, were last Sabbath 'You have as a 'Mc\oui Catholic." Hiram 'I I Up to date painting, papering, etc., Shirts of standard integrity f

foreign' f ships .to,. Yankee: flag.". been'doing things andsaying'thingsduring might have been a Catholic. is the kind you want. Where to getit

ii Threate: of. war',;did _not"make ,any- the past week that have made That church ban saint? and sinnersin ? That's easy phone 636. W. T. ...on Shirts known
: t ?salute die Yankee Entrican. 1-20-tf .
: body : flag.
people happier and so made the world her memberrHp; but Hiram had

f t better or you have done and saidunkind no title to be ailed r "devout Cath throughout the entire
;:Yesterday'eJ4calaBanner.caineE .. to ,things.and thus made peopleunhappy olic" The Catholic standard of devo Read the advertisements daily. ,
tl8'i perfumed like'a n id"of honor at and tie world is worse cff tion does not ccnsist of Bible, prayerbook

r a'"fonr hundred" wedding Its page s for having you in it. Both physically and religious'pictures. It means : States as positively the
1ndoaed.the)petals from a.large pink the " itHMMiimimmitDepartment
of Christ
l and.morally we are going up or going+ following in public and
I"role., '. '' 1- . <4't down every moment of our lives. Inany private life, and calls at least f6three > best procurable no per-

0 'event,one, week of golden oppor things-the worship of God on
a F :It's "an wind, that blows no good,
S : tunity is gone forever. Sundays by assisting at the sacrificeof McCUllOCU'S son should miss this extra-
'the .crisis
iad/ European has ended .
the
"I' :* mass, the annual reception of
ike :strike in and.caused thmilit '
s 'Kussia
l.. e. Newspaper people all over Florida the sacrament of penance or confes
suffragists' .to/'giJe.rge, will be interested to know that GeorgeHo sion, and the Holy Eucharist, and the ordinary sale

\ .,a: Smith, the big, good natured fellow virtue1 of truthfulness. If the Catholic Store

fi .' 'Wulosbeen:;; declared and per-
editorial matter for the Time teaching of his church which tells
0 te&t conflict of all timenThe OF
PI.gre e Union is to have a nice vacation beginning him that "no motive or reason can Tumblers .
; raornmg papersiatry the excuse lie." Jelly
w 4 August 8th George has con a F- I S
news of .the 'decade ,to their
;
eluded
1 that,he can.enjoy his vacationan .
\Nsdets' this:morning.
1f q: _.' 0' life better if he has a wife ' Fruit Jars

:; i* Ktnait-!:Rooeevelt;now', has 'a job. to enjoy his departure it'with him he, will and be just married toT.F.IIOURfflAN': Manliatiji tt Shirts

with:.Hie largest bank,in the country, :
Miss Mabel Claire Warriner, daughter i
tithe,NMionatCity of New York. His I all kinds
I
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Friend Licensed Plumber and
-Pa oagkt;to be a little careful about :
Warriner of Jacksonville. ,Here;* Sanitary Engineer .
J J,, !.... r"hi,..... Ji. .g..aee.0. ,: hoping that all of George's talks with] Estimates Furnished. I Jobbing "The Best Known" 4
: the "Mrs." will be pleasant even if Promptly Attended to.
: ':The EUlOeaJWar.wnrnot'be: un- Preseing Kettles
some of them are lopg and some of PHONE 629
,. 'Jtli: in Florida, .It;; will almost entirely them short. and
r. i stop the; exportation of phos 106 Court Street II
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p'laitaid.. will also decrease lumber. "Known
Orlando has had preachers., doctors 10RLAN00, FLORBA : I Aveiie. as the Best"Note
:andn, ,a scores:eacports.$. \ musicians 20 S. irate
} politicians, architects 4allmIHIMHIIIiilllllillllli I % \
retired capitalists, handsome
, has that if the
f Somebody : figured : iiiiiiiiiiimmiHH '
:'Euwpean: :war becomes general it ... : 5
.;"nf1 cost about; '155,000,000! a day. 11 *inillllMMMMtMtMilMtMMIIimiilMIIMMIMnMWhy m

:The.eaormoas .cost. 'o( war: ,is the r

asset,effective. argument' .for peace., send films ? We develop .
: _0__ :p-. fI": your away ) SI

f t' The Arcadia : News announces the
them IOc RolleMCELROY'S
. departure, !t fee 'fourth-.tram load:of some of the Prices

cattle... ,:'from. ,' iMf.place:for:the -western :
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,.t. markets. ',Lr Arcadia they, -fatten : PHARMA.CY
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'h,for market out:the streets, and
'on private lawns; Hire IS I Trial. QtkkteH very 1 k Brags. PIONE 20. Try.ear Ice Crew.ft11 .

rV,' .r : .Q H 1111111111111.11111,111 III i 11111111111111111111.11111111 i 1111111111111111..llt Regular $100, $1,25 for . . . 83c
\ 'Having, :changed to' Eastern time, -

Miami.\is;advertsing .that. it has. oneiaore ; - ;; : Regular $ 1.50 for. . . . .
-. ,, , ,, ,$ ,, ," "* $1.15
j ; 'hour: of;daylight:.to offer tourists iiiiiiii ,, ,!,, ,,nil .

> 'than. other, places :in Florida..
" :Po office "depaitrnea'ought to get Regular 1.65, for . . . . $1.25

,y. t :|fter these:_time sharks < ,

t; P ,' r." S Regular 2.00, for., . . . . $1.38 '
;The average .r.ed6r, of war. news < )

jean'J 'hardly" :;wait 'f orf the. ";'blood'and ; ,{ i ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE! GRADUATES Regular 2.50, for . . . . eo $1.88 1
(. 'carnage:of',a big'battle. .Diplomaticaffort
..; $'to avert'- are:uninteresting ,\ CoMmeicemeHt Day-an important event in the

;'. mdiag, but';"watchful waiting"saves lives of yottg people should receive some fitting mark Regular 3.00, for' . ..' $2.25

widows and orphans,'blood- and tears. ; ;. of appredatiea and encouragement to,coRmemorate the .
. ' "
', t- o:: ,. ,'" occa &en. What could be more fitting than, a gift of ';" _; ,Regular 3.50,:for .. . .:.. . . $2.65
:: ; f The Cocoa Star tells of.a castor oil Jewelry? 1 .

". {bean:'tree overhanging: ;a. sidewalk, ,"

':, .;,:,;.the:.beans.,having, dropped 'from the DIAMONDS AND WATCHES t\ Regular 3.75, for . . . . $2.65
f
-,tree and. been. 'crushed, by,pedestriansiistd .. ;. ,
the walk is well :oiled, Why I We direct the attention of relatives and friends to :' Regular 4.00, for. . . . . $2.85Orlando's '
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not plant. thwa,'along-.Florid t ,high.. 4 the many pretty and swtabte Gifts to be: had at this :,

,\rays'and. let the beans oil the roads. : :store.: From the most feexpeaaive of this season's new :
'It'':aught.. to"'work, >0" _. .. o,. J. : est nwkies, to the Exqaste> Gift of a BeauMfal Diamond .

rr{ ,<'.: '0' , ; S er a Dependable Watch, we. offer exceptional val.
v
y,Mexico, 'is not,,yet willing to be :.' lies and assortment. .
1oud.'f '.:. A,Tisk to er store will be appreciated and involves ''
.s clip8d;by. the..European war ;
Villa has.appointed at,new,. .,governor ;. no oWgation to INJ. ._, -. :
3 .of :Ch esalini. .. . and ''the old. one: will ".
, .
- "take, the field With'twelve'iundred, )> ;' ;J- -
0"- 'men.< Ifhe.willthe-he'right:kind .
"t' 'of,:field with that'MnAer;of:men hewill ,':<"', ". t ,

.'' < 'be of vastly. more service to.
;" Mexico than Carranza; Villa,'Huertaor DICKSON .IVfS CO.
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United'States'who'desire to gohome: T. H Evansthe
Jeweler DEPARTMENTAL STORE
to fight, ;may '
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'j ovel ment." Austria;and Seryia are S

" ; offering .transportation; money to :

those :who,:will. rnrn, and UndeSitffi ', '. .' \ Favorite Shopping,PlaceMiHmm'mt
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.'t, 0-" l; ,.. -if ', ' '. Admission: 5 cents Ninth Sunday after Pentecost. :
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'. jl v 'f : ? '<: 1 Mass and sermon, 9 a. m. "

.. : .r _ie"spe irgii few v e 1 ,'f.. : itiimiiiiiiiMimimi 'Benediction after of the Blessed Sacra ;
ment Mass
duys:iI'.l.. eU.ivi1l, . ...r ; ,a .. ', MONDAY'S'PROGRAM All welcOme.CHRISTI. \1. ; ; 1
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.' Mifia lonii.. Spew,has retarned. from A big three reel feature producedby SCIENCE r

.*',viuityto t friends, ;'at.'Taapa.V ;"., ,IfAt ESTATE: Bride the Golden Seal" company, in "The : I'i leu's"Give ,, '. j
'. "" Mystery. Sunday school, 10'a.. m. 1\\ \
k There will be .
.. > '- something given Services at 11 a. m.; subject, ;
.
-O..Overbtreeti"tr&nsact: J away every night next week. at the "Love.nWednesday

.,'JaC horaaeee. . -'i .Jau k en. iIle today.' -- 600 acres,south of Win- Favorite. evening meeting, 7:45. ; 1'J
._ Third floor, corner South Orange . --- 1
: ter ,Garden, ,and, west of. avenue and Church street. Entranceon !
;M% f'-W:: .'Sargeet,'of Daylong;is HONEST FISH RETURNED HOOK Church street. 1

.*.among he-,guests, ..at,the'San Juan.:Y Gotha,: including' loacre AND LINE : us a chance to show' ..""t t
.
1 'I ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRALVery
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o'range'gfQve.
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dr.kG.'R'Laween; l -e : en- you the newest styles 'in
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iris in' thetitylast' : night ilea tract: 6 covered withyellow One, day' last week Unde George Rev. Henry R. Remsen, dean. = .' watches. < '
; ,. __ Church went; fishing and a big fish Eighth Sunday after Trinity.
We will i
trade
in
timber. Two .
pine
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your
Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. present
i.i. broke his line and got as big
-MisesEtkel'Barlow left,:yesterdayfor away Morning and Sunday school, watch allowing
: miles of I lake.shore.ilMMMIIIMiilllMIIIM. .. fish often dog Six days later Uncle prayer. or movement,
Jacksonville to visit for. a whl e. ; i liberal
,... ; George'was fishing at the same place 9:30.Holy Communion and sermon,10:30 : you a amount.
.Y"0 and he fine four trout. a. m. If you have idea of .
,..._ caught a pound any
t, bit J. H. Ferguson, of ,Augusta, Evening prayer, 7:45. '
When the trout landed it getting a watch would
was was we -
:
i jLVOrknio:today;::a guest of James .F.: and Mrs. appreciate
; : : Henry Henry, discovered ,that he had the hook, line the of
**H Sal'Joan.gjfc'and of Orlando, are. in' the city visitingthe FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev. opportunity
and sinker, lost six days previously,
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,,, showing
f"U' r. former's parents, Mr., and Mrs.J. you.
in his mouth.GOVERNOR. Jno. W. Stagg, D. D, pastor.
:, .Mrs.-'J M.Domiiiickhave.returned : :E.,'A.' Henry. They drove their Services at 11 a. m..and 7:30 p. m. Our prices will surprise ;

,, from' a few weeks. ,visit'to' car.here from,the Orange county,metropolis Morning sermon, "Are the Peace
DID "T THINK: HE
friends''.in' South :Carolina, Movements Failures?"
,, met with no accidents and
,
"Building From
WAS CRAZY Evening sermon
madethetrip.ia; .a day. Mrs. Henry t Within Instead of Moulding From you.Allen&Co :
'When you': ikethat'; trip, get some is,.also visitnig her_ parents; Mr. andMrs.'W. Without.

'paper IJWbkfcy: cups *V Curtis & A. Roberts. -St Petersburg Mr. Robert Reid, wko has been in Sunday school at 9:40 a. m.; W. R. '"

', 5 cent*:per'dozen. Independent. the state ,asylum at Chattahoocheefor O'Neal, superintendent.
Q'Nearf: '
at 8
Prayer meeting, Wednesday ;
11 :-- some time, is again in Orlando o'clock p. m. Jewelers

I Mrs.C, 'B. 'Nye leaves :Monday' .Mrs. ',S. A. Standley returned several mingling with his friends Recently All services will be held in .the
Jfwr ;Atlantic CkyN' T,, and while Governor ,Trammell inspecting Sunday school building until the improvements ,
\ night ; days ,ago,from a visit to her was g' : Reliable
the main church build- Repairing ;
i Eoche N. Y., ior the remainder the asylum, Mr. Reid on
>r, : I daughter, Mrs. Lee Miller, in Orlando sug ing are completed. Pews have been ,

Oj,'the WHMfier. '< and( her friends 'wfll regret to gested that he was about as sane as placed in the Sunday school room on ,. -
,_ else and the agreed the ground floor so that the chairs ,
t f hear that she,is now confined, to her anyone governor f .
/ )( who :has been with him and the may be used in the balcony. This ar.
,lK jBtevin :, room.'Mrs. Standley has been in poor requested physicianin
rangement will 'give a good seating
: '
s pujgiwith> { -JL'W.: GreethanrocJNorth ; health for several months and the charge to.release him. capacity.

: grange. '.ave>sae,'Reaves today ,- change ;was made in hopes that she Men's Bible class swill meet in the /

; foMHendeiscnville. ,'N..C_ would improve,'but it seemed to'have MR. AND MRS. ROY DEAN VISIT- manse. D

f been of little benefit-Ocala. Star.. ING IN OHIO
; ICr.|L ID.'Clarkswi: "arrived: .in,:OrUado .-:1.I : .-, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH i

', 'nsterday from Lake' 'Helen and' I A child's unique automobile was The following clipping from the (At the Lucerne) 16 dJ

is \maiog the:; San:'.Juan his. head- rolled oat on:the'stage at'the Grand Bellefontaine (Ohio), Republican will Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., I n [OE3I
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while.sojourning in.the city. theater last and -the pastor.Beginning
night
,
announce-
K be read with interest by the.many with this morning, all
riM. ment was made,that the little red automobile friends of the young people in Orlando Sunday services of this church will MliMIMIMIMHIIIiltllMllilMlllitliGk ... .. {
i Mi :;WilUarason! ,"one of' the wolud be given away to the : be held at the Lucerne theater during

crtieens'_of..the 'Gabriella most popular ,little girl the the erection of the new edifice.
or boy,
!trans- Roy L Dean, a son of Mr. and Mrs.J. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.; Mr. $ tt
frieada yur.Jl1I9' fl
boction"greeted and
of which
, e parents would receive.a five W. Dean, of this city, and Miss Samuel A. Newell, superintendent.Every :
l aeW b 'ees i in',;Orlandci'y terday. dollar gold piece. A free matinee for member of the school is urgedto .
Marie of
Floyd, a daughter Mr. and
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n the children wBl'be, held on Monday be in his place, and all visitors will
Mrs 0. B. Floyd., of Orlando, Florida, ..-
Mrs'W.;DL Brt# and son "Pete" afternoon, at which time the rules for be most heartily welcomed.

,l leavei 4jght:for;WasWngton i ,,'D., C., the' contest will ,be expla ed. Mrs. were united in marriage last Tuesday Public worship. at 10:45 a. m. and
July 21, at Orlando. The happy 730p. m.Subject
to visit her: mote,, Mrs._ w.; C. Beacham. say's that' the contest will, for the morning"The' Ship CO
/:Thompeofi,. ,for//: the ''balance;; of the not-';last\ but ,a few- weeks which young couple arrived here at noon That Makes the Port.
Tuesday to visit at the homeof
a
pay The interesting for the
;.summer:months. means that the children will not have program
\... - _,' file groom's parents and they will evening hour (7:30)) will be,under the
9, ffL --? long to wait'to.see who will be the auspices of the Young People's Society
remain month and will
I a or. more
Mr.:and MreCary Hand Jeft last winnerof: the'up to date little sofa then return to Orlando to reside. The and the popular subject will be, Insect Killer Will Rid
:,. night' 'f or::Srfoda and 'AaJ evi1le 'to mobil' "Standing Upon Orlando's Tower."
I ;'spend a:"hne. JheyrwfflktergotowGreeusburg : ' groom Is ag raduate ,of Doane academy The addresses will be "short and
at Granville Ohio crisp," and the whole service will be
and he has C
;, Ino%: '.to' ., ,irrer.. :MAY. SELECT PRINCIPAL MONDAY
'- e. been in the South for several of special interest to the public. You Your house of all insects. Quarts
..; years.
:
nuunder..of the suramer.V are cordially invited to worship with
He is the leader of the orchestra
.1 at '
us. 35c. Gal $1.00. For sale
:-Jli8sW'' the Grand theater in Orlando. The The Triangle Society will meet in by
: >Davida has retarned. to J The oca1'school trustees will meet
the Baraca Arcade at 6:15p.
bride is one of the popular so- room ( )
.arlaadoWhere bhe hoW tlie.' p. i #,ioA'of today:and hope to select a principal young m., and the program will be rendered
ciety in her home town and is
: .principal ,of.the. business college. for "the Orlando high school whom women by the C. E. Society of the
'She:'spent' 'a'-week{in' St Petersburg, they..can recommend .to the school said to be a winsome young woman, Presbyterian church. .
; ; to,whom all here wfll extend the hand Prayer and fellowship meeting in
:a' guest of._Mis*;Gkdys:McGruder.--: board for appointment at their regular the Baraca hall Wednesday night at
of welcome. Mr. Dean and bride f
: are .
St:'Petersburg, Independent. : :monthly meeting; number of 7:30 o'clock. THE SANITARY GROCERY fa
' accorded the best
; 'of wishes by
!; many a
applications are'on file, but unless

'"\ ''Mr.. J.gH'heeaprori; t' and'infloential expected communications are receivedby Bellefontaine friends.A SACRED DIST CONCERT CHURCHThe AT METHO CARUTHERS & GORE = a

citiwn"of Lake,Charm; mingled Monday the appointment. may be
SUGGESTION FROM TAMPA :
bosineea. 'with; pleasure, in Orlando further delayed. Orlando Methodist church, \ '

. yesterday.. 4*He' .reports; :that *"., %- whose magnificent organ will be com- Phone 200

". sectionas':rapidly building up' and FINE YACHT SAILS DOWN OR- The last sewer connections have pleted in about a week, has recently, 6 _& 8 E. Pine StreettHIIIinillllMllllllttlllMtHHIIItlltlilMIIIMH ?
: while without an.rgan, been fallingin
,:the.v.'people' gefierally- enjoying' '" pro ANGE AVENUE been made on Orange.avenue in Orlando line with some of the big churchesof
.
':Jt.iity.. { ,- '- and the avenue is now pro the big towns, in using the va-

;:-4 G } ..... Quite,a crowd was'attracted by the nounced ready for paving. A great rious new kinds of musical instru-

]f '.'Chas._, . Nybtroel;,who m struck sight of ,a fine yacht, sailing down portion of the avenue is closed to ments, to gather great crowds during iJI
the heated term. Tonight, August2nd 1111111111111111..III.IIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIII.ll
by v lightning,f duringanelectricsform; ; ;: . Orange ,avenue yesterday morning, traffic and will remain so until the after the preaching service, the :
on. Wednesday, ;june, 24th, and.-who; and when it' anchored opposite the paving is finished. The marl with following program will be rendered,

", escaped instant"death by,a seeming postoffi:many people:drew near:toadmire which the street was formerly laid on the Victrola:" GRAND VIEW ii a
"The Rosary, by Elizabeth
,miracle, ',was,, abte..to ,,be', taken from its graceful lines:. Therewas. will be removed and cement curbing Spencer and Knickerbocker sung Male

the Church Home and'Hospital" to'his no' flood 'on, Orange avenue and the placed" before the paving ,is com- Quartette. _i

*, ;home:ion j"*.Carter* Meet; yesterday.str yacht'was sailing on wheels, but was menced. We ,are inclined to think "The Glory Song," sung by Edison

:- propelled by hoise.power.Investigation .. that our Orlando friends would have Mixed Quartette. -
"Beautiful Isle of Somewhere,
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,J.:I*.Hargraye.went: V the Orlando disclosed that the found it advantageous to have laid sung by Antony, Harrison, Young and F
sanitarium'last Thursday and brought boat was the' property of Mr. Carl the bricks on top of the marl founda- Wheeler. '

, his,wife:: home' who_ ,'has been in the Dann'and was'en route.'to Lake.Con- tion in the way that our brick roads "Somebody Cares," ,sung by Rode- Newest and.. most up-to-date hotel inC ; j

,.sanitarium .for the ;past',five weeks. way, where it will be an attractive: are being constructed in this county. heaver, baritone. -
"Hark, Hark, My Soul, sung by : anton ituated on Academy Heights.
1 ..Her'he lth has beert'greatly.unproved addition to the fleet of 'motor boatson But'a decidedly sensible arrangementIs Edison Mixed Quartette.

_ 'while 'there. 'Mr..Hargrave is going that fine body,of water. The ves to .finish'all excavations such as "When the Roll Is Called Up Yon beautiful River
"' .after'hi$" mother 'Monday. She has sel ,has. been christened the ."Bear the laying of, sewers before com. der," sung by Edison Mixed Quar- Overlooking the Pigeon

:-:dso been'receiving treatment'at that Cat," and was built by Mr. James insuring the laying of pavements. tette.Everybody most cordially invited. Valley. One of the finest views in Wes-

sanitarium.,, =:St. Cloud .Tribune. Dingee. Tampa Times. Tomorrow morning at the close of
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,- .ti a the preaching service there will be
Carolina.
--- - rendered on the Victrola the "Beauti tern North

_ MMHMMHHHMM! **', 'MMIIIIIIIMIIIIIMIIIMIIM i ful Valley of Peace," sung by Antonyand
y" Ml I. I I lllllllllllllllliltiillMllllllllllllllltMs Harrison;and "The Hymn of the
? .- d - .., i Old Church Choir," sung by the Edi s
it Mixed :
son Quartette.


. G mwm THE TRIANGLE SOCIETY MRS. J. R. McFADYEN, \

. : r MONDAY Meets tonight with the Baptist

r Young People at 6:15 o'clock, in the
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N. C.tliliililtllltlllflHiltltff
) \ rooms formerly occupied by the Pea 6-2d-d&w CANTON, .

\ ple's National bank, on Pine street

Arcade .
j t ( building)
} All the members and friends of this
1I1eMilion' Mystery the of all! serial
greatest society, which is composed of the We insure pour life.'and Don't wait for every one In town to _

_, Y'f Im y Wrltte by Harold MacGrath and produced by young people's societies of the Pres money on real estate at Entrican, the painter, before
t byterian, Methodist and Baptist interest. Guarantee.Life try. Am too busy to look you

.the l .': Thanhou, r, Company., $10,000.00 in cash is churches, are expected to be present Curry, Building. Tampa. .. Phone 626, and I will be 1-20-tf on the ;


:offeredForHer : f ors: tJ1t, est solution of 'this mystery.. in The charge program of, the thisevening Christian Endeavor will be NOTICE TO

Society, and a very helpful and in- -

: ''' -"la spiring service is assured.Be IDCourt.'ty, Florida.of the County Judge

,' -_ Child, beautiful two-r el Thanhouser ,Feature on time. The hour, of meeting In re Estate of Thomas OCOInsect
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." To all Creditors Legate
,
: I ; is 6:15.
t J1 Persons baring Claims

,,: -: "lffazfVNigKt:: Out'''a ,reel Reliance Yon against and said each F of tate Ton: are KillerVill
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one : FOR RENT Boarding house, .with and required to present and
,oJ, h r thirteen rooms;*good location. Ad meads which yon or either of Rid
I a dress, The Magnolia. Boone street. against the estate of Thomas
late of Orange eoanh 'r'I
-ThatD@uL:: ', ofdjmdy and the Pass will be given4 =away -:;I-1wk .. two ceased undenigned years from executrix the date of said tereol. Your house of all insects.

I. agan: tonight;to ft F holder of the OPEN ALL NIGHT ,Dated 39,SSABHH ,
-' s lucky :ten 'cent ticket.. The City Drug Store is at your ser 8-Mtw4wks, Quarts 35c. Gallon $1.00
f ? vice both day: and 'night Prompt; -
dependable, courteous. tf KEEP AHEADOf For sale by

:.f ijtn.r i : ; ,t'c': BakMy; Cc fs CBlfrei 5 Ceils
,_ ,. If you want your bicycle fixed in your neighbor by Carru hers & Gore
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J1 tDl&C"p 'h-'h'r' :r" i :: Nodes .f IIUNNDIADIS tad Wanted, For.ssb, Frent .v '
I He, for tMt colon. So far MM to. Mi NAIit LIMBER
I He for three dens, or ILW for OM ... for
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I 26 vor* or MOM *t aceeoeyup
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;-;./ ,'If_ ';you mffer" with",dyspepsia ,_or 'indigestionte1e-, I '
phone,:THE.CITY';DRUG::STORE :to send you one : FOR SALE' : ORLANDO
: ,'-.E: j .:;doMo;jIB I':SHIVAR'.GINGER ALE.. Drink oneepifttswith : Ninety stock, one, two, three and y.
.
I four old buds Foster
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; Early
; each:,meal;; ;and,:if,sot'relieved, I am authorized ' I Pineapple year, Java, Hosoaa, Washington
-3 to charge it:,to",the:manufacturer.t aveL: AddMsMra.M.Kahl*
Apopka;'Ha. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf Royal Cement
i Aptite Plaster and Perfection Lime


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Georgia peaches, wholesale or retail
Fresh day. Also have
every
l :1' TONIODKiESny&DEUaOUS; of the Condition of the
fresh lot of Georgia cane syrup, at
.rl V King's grocery store, 47 West Church
-l Is.,prepaired, with the celebrated Shivar Mineral street.. Orlando Bank & Trust Co.
Water; Sold 'under's positive guarantee to relieve The Georgia Man ,

r ,any ref&defL:case of dyspepsia,or indigestion, or'your money WOOD-FOR'SALE Orlando, Fla-, ,

Bitty, by -SHIVAR. SPRING, Shelton S. C. For the month of August I will At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.
sell pine at 85 cents per strand, and
,-SOLD BY- oak at $too; also some saw logs RESOURCES.Loans .
cheap. A. S. Hodges, R.1, Orlando.
7301m. and Discounts . . . . . .. . . .. . '. $379,514 36
The CITY DRUG STORE
.. Orer-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . . .'. . . 622 34
FOR SALE-One five passenger Stocks and Bonds . . :. . . . . . .. . ; 26,01833
L. DEAN Fla., touring car; a big bargain. Will Real Estate Furniture and Fixtures . . . . .
=F j., ; Prop.Orlando, sell for,$SOO cash. Apply this office. 26,637 37
I 7-30-tf. .Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . .. . . 291,393 48

,_ .. t "..' .,
u r' FOR SALE-Best quality heart pine !Lx- : : ,
$724,185 88
1 fence posts. See L. N Lewis, 406S. ',.' I. '
g ;APOPKA:.ITEMS. ThePopka ice plant has ,been East street 7-144mo LIABILITIES..

i i 1jlrL.. F.; E."Zepp'was shopping in pushed to ,the full capacity to suply Capital Stock .. . . . . . .. . . . . . .. .. $100,000 00
Orkofe.to*:Sttarday.r its customers with ice during;the past FOR SALE-15 head of Jersey milk Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . .. .. .. 39,96135
: : ; ."Chas.. ,Swick ,was over, from month and from present indicationsit cows. Jas. B. Porter, Lake City, Re-Discounts .. . . . . . . . . . . . . : . None
:Ofkado r ]last,Sunday visiting friends will be necessary to enlarge, the Fla. Bills Payable . . . . . . . ; . . . . . . . i None ,
$1 :IBM.: plant next' 'Year. WANTED To'exchange Vose piano Deposits . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . : .. '_ 582,669 47

H ,,:A*..W.. ,Walker, : expects.to. bofld.ataa Judge W.' S. Bullock of Ocala' was in good. condition, for Yictrola anJrecords. Due to Banks .: . . . . . . ...};. . . . . 1,55506
'" Piano may be seen at Formosa I -
-early date on his: lot,on Third in Apopka last Monday on his wayto Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland,
I Sanford. He has been $724,185 88
g '.2, ) appointedto Fla. t
l The little son of Mr. and Mrs. : J.F. try the Curry case on a motion for ,WANTED Couple to live en country Reserve Carried by the Bank,. . . . . . $291,393 48
;' :Andersen has: been reported on ,thejiek for bail and the case will be carried place. Call or address, 400 West r Reserve required by Law . .. . .. .. . 116,533 89
,lilt., f'T' to ,Tavares' be tried. Central avenue.WANTEDyPermanent. -
:Dr.. G. W. McLeod has returned to E. K. Smith, the well known painter '
in
Reserve Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59
i who has been here for the position by '
-Pefijfcok after a: three weeks visit. past .
,
;-l) G to,,Wa_pareste'htr two< years, left last Saturday for Con woman with family to support. Ex '. Deposits on June 30, 1913 . .. .. . . ? $527,758 01
,' :MrsC: .: F. Morrison 'returned necticut to visit home folks, and ex- work perienced and in capable clerical of handling and executive force Deposits on June 30, 1914 . . . . . .. . 582,669 49

Y ,hose JUt., Saterday, from an extended pects to bring some of his folks with of people. Orlando and Chicago ref
": -.viret' to,.Atlanta.. him"when he'returns this fall. erences furnished as to character and INCREASED . . . .. . . /. . $54,91148 ,
"!'- 1,1 q. JMrs.. Robert' Beacher went..to Or. Ben F, Wilson was called to St. ability. 7-19-tf
>t:;i j- ado. Sunday afternoon to spend Augustine last Friday on account of DRESSMAKING-Plain and fancy The'management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors
"short time;visiting'friends.. the' illness,of his brother, who is notexpected i sewing of all kinds, and work ready f t ta persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
Mrs, LI-Tomer and Mrs. Holoway to recover.: He returned I when promised, at room No. 6, over treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
h i .'returned '.Sunday 'morning from an home. Saturday'night. and reported Estes'Baldwin.drug store. Misses Keen & Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
his brother safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
ieittslided' t to relatives {n Orlando. somewhat improve .

H''i' with:Miss,'homefolks\Hkkson;here spent and;last returned,Sunday intw E.,Guy Zepp E. expect Zepp and to wife leave. and tomorrow Mrs. F. FOR RENT U 1=11 1m:,,;;i II lUlU;;I ;;: fMtiMMimiKm ftmmi9HtMiOSTEOPATHY

1.1,; :;afternoon,to' Orlando, where she for Washington, D. C., where they FOR RENT-Cheap, small cottage
.. iimploye&, will spend a few months before returning near W. E. Stevenson's, DeLaney I I r :: ts--s-ssssstnssssssi

.' t"l; Jt.:I.'Turner, ,n(;planning to'erect.a here. They..will:bring 'some street,, south.Mrs.Inquire Dr. Anderson.of Mrs. Stevenson Griffing's Trees y
residence:f this:'summer on; ,his'lot.recently others back :when they return in the or Give Results I IOrder' For Sale : ./

f, purchased'from the' American fall FOR RENT;Two office spaces in DR. J. C .HOWELL _

-: .J, Realty, ,'omani-. -, - " Apopka has. ,two ,new real estate our store at No. 9 W. Church street Hours, 10-12,3-5, and by appointmentNo your ROSES and ARBORVI- (
TAES, PALMS and ONNAMENTALSnow.
yl'rnek' Gordon, Sheriff of firms that have Come in and we will show Pierce
f, ; Orange I. just engaged in the you. extra charge for house treatment '
,', ,oounty:was a: visitor: in Apopka last busine ., W. ,T. 'Wilson' has openedan Electric Co. 3-29-tf Telephone connections Offlec'opposltc P. 0. Modern 8roomHouse j

..'. tl .Mommy .afternoon. .,He was accombyCapt (office- at the S. A. L*depot, and Office cor. Orange and Central,A yea. GRIFFING'S TREES GIVE RESULTS i 2 doors i
desirable modern i
TO RENT-Some

-tf .pried Smith. has his ad. in this very
\ .' ; issue. D. A. Rob- houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. One reason:
i t'c .. *L S. Sykes and family.have_moved erts has'opened an office-in the' col- 4-26-tf DR. F. C. BOARDMM The Grifflnis are the best and : west of Wyoming -
from,Bear:,this."city. to Lake..Pickett i ored part of the town and'is.handling most experienced propagates '
.' d .sad ',order",the;;.News: to 'follow ,them II property,th re." We are always ;glad MISCELLANEOUS DENTISTBoardman In of the the state five are, and always one or on more the Hotel. Bar- : ;
f\ { ;te,their new home. to see more boosters come in. round. I

: /G.,:B.'Beaeley'and,family expect to Matthew ,Hale and family have DYNAMITING done in all its branch Building W, H. BROKAW gain.

?:, i 'fo to Pertarlspa within a few days, moved. from the Womble residence .es. Clearing land is our specialty.Let Office--Hours: Salesman
',1:. ".irehe; x will :;take'a ,run::from that on the corner o( Park avenue and us do your work.' Estimates
: R .:..folta.' A.:'C. L. railway., Fifth street to their home recently cheerfully given. L N. Lewis, 406 880 to 1200 1:30 to 4:00 Grapefruit and Orange Trees ,I A. L. Bentley,

; "t ':4A;:card,"from :L. G. Geiger_,states purchased'in the .northeastern ,part S. East street. '7-14-lmo Telephone 540. J
w:. d that f road,ids_mother.have'gone:_to of, ton: near' the Methodist church I I 10 E AMELIA AVENUERead
decorator
a 'Volt_t,:N. C, where .the,1ri11)'l1ltfj This ', First class Brazing specialty atWarman's NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet Who is your painter and ? 4
family came here last winter If are satisfied keep the one you .
Repair Shop o t Court st. potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. you "
'OJ -ifer_ ."awbilebeere.retsrningto' : Flor- from Tavares after, spending a few 12-5-tf. Quick delivery. Cash.' Apopka Plant have; if not, phone W. T. Entriean,]
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'-1. months there: and 'liked, this city so Co., Apopka, FIa. 5-24-tf Ne. 636. 1-20-tf the advertisements daily.
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'- :F,',E. Zeyp. has:his',new:,house,on much better that they decided to buy Rubber Stamps made to order at
,1 Te rth :,.street;.jafit ;about'.complete: and make'their permanent home here. Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf. MM M t>MMMi
;i aad:ready:for.\the: painter.- This ,is They are natives of Kentucky and
i'{; r one of the'>l6eet attractive homes m1he.lewa. good citizens;Apopka News. A Sentinel want ad. carries your I
,.? story to hundreds of all classes, each : mwftihwt
< .Mr;lad. Mrs Harvey Butler expect: day meeting all needs with quick re : JS1Jcwr.,

.' r ,brit;their..departurefor 'north., : WE FIT.GLASSES,,GRIND,LENSES sults. Get* the want habit today, it :

l, ;:we orn'; Teas ':next. Monday night AND DO ALL KINDS OF pays. '
';i .:,the befit des of.theirfriada here '
il 8etvi4b.theca.: OPTICAL REPAIRING GOOD BLOOD CIRCULATION Were to
Is necessary to life. Good newspa- |
::, Ai J.!:,LaveH. contemplates. erecting :
; ,a.'new house. .'oa. ,his"lot purchased per circulation makes advertising ,
H 'fi'mn7he, .." pay. Advertisers in the Sentinel
Realty
i company '
.: TbM; flteeet: Work will begin know it has the circulation.

b ,8NM:.-.Md',1IieIitL be Married Soon-

{p! :Mrs.;W. R'McL.odis; able'-to-;bebe OR. L H. RMtSDCUOrTOMETMST '

7 u. ..'-afk\'eftar'several. weeks conftMnefit '
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with a.badly crippled body ,
!!. ii:from';a:f.H'nth resulted break- (SiiBiam. to Dr. 0. p. LUM) $2.00TAMPA CameThey to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of,

r 'teg the p Ivis,bone:hiiWo.,places. ego, .' .FLORIDA four or five rooms.. They wanted their home to attractive and comfortable
,"'. had available the of their
yet the amount of money which they or furnishing
}) -----; home made expensive. peices prohibitive. \
1SSHHSIII1IIIIiIHssuuIIIIIIIIsI'IIIIbIIIIIIII,1 t
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z' i They spent considerable time with us lookin&through our large stock.

I: : # RETURN We offered a lew suggestions and gave them som new ideas. They were
We Will ANP
.Put the Reins much pleased with what they had seen and took m orandums of what they ,


t t : :. of :Success_ in Your From Orlando. I thought, After they looking should want.around in other stores to make \ure that they were doing

/. ."., Ii i the best with their they came ack and placed their order
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:, ,, 4 ___..--..._._ possible appropriation
r. \ : : Hands with us.
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f.'t Monday Aug. 3 This is a typical example j of hundreds of ho emakers whom we are

-'h'; I How? 'By furnishing you with pleasing.We J
% p VIAAtlaulic carry an extensive stock of serviceable, att active homefurnishings
II : perfect_ ;Fertilizer. ,Let our,representative grading from the lowest-priced which are good, to the ery best. Your appro.

, 1d : ,. .call! on you.He, will ;give you a 'priation for furnishing your home may be anything frofy $175 toioooor more

; "' .. : Coazl 1 -yo can make the most out with us.

'lOrmUIttbat-will'" -- make. .and mature,
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;i:t.':'. ii i iR" , "tta rt. t l D' J.Final G.limit KIRKLAND,August 6th. Character, at Popular Prices

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t jl;" MfBtt IfflRTY-HVE: FIVE-PASSENGER TOURING CAl ;{. ,i We have a fine Chef and serve the best; .
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t ,?;1 .' FULLY; EQUIPPED f ;AND DEUVE1ED $1,285' : 50c meal in ;,
; town
.'- "' ..>-' Coadeifled Spedfkatwas . ,
; 11 ,I::' .i Wheel' bwe,' 112 incises';' motor, 3 .1-2x5;'four cylinders, cast >.''.:;[!

r I t '-, ,/a" Woe; unit power plant; ,cone' clutch, selective transmission; 1 R. h bath $1.00. ", :
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a axles froBtl-bearo; rear,;semi-floating;, single drop frame; 12-' '; "-. '

f,1I'f' :feck brake*, internal and external; springs-rear, three-quarter Special rates for room and board by'ilie'

I l i ; :ems; :;fitmt,:,snsi-elliptic,.:.underslung; Holley carburetor; 15 'I" : -- .* ,

'if;' am gasoline'tank :carried at'rear, pressure.feed; .German silver .. ,We ek., J

':,1 f "Nt.. V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment: ... :'
,: il 't.: ::11; -inch .electric,headb'ghte. ,:parabolic reflectors, bullet type side ', '

i ; ,tail lamps,:electric horn, pump,'jack,- tools and tire repair outfit.LBMGRUD&SINOakIzi4DiSfriktOrs.

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,HARgY -,THAWS PLEASANT SUM. POBTO. RICO Sweet 'Potato Vines The East Coast canal has been
MEfi'lN; 'WHITE MOUNTAINS for'sale:: ,$1.25 per M: J. G. Tyner, ing fill- IMiMIMMMMIIIIIIIIMitl
\... .!J-,( __- _- _. Pine, Castle(.Fla. 7-31-3t looked up after so rapidly it will not that be if in it condition is not FOR .SALE' " 1, IIHHIIHIIIVMTHE

,' Gorhain,'N..H., Joly 3L This sam-:
\ -, for.use, in a short .time. The
} naviga ,
.. r Sort town,'-.set in:the midst'oftlttbeautiful WHERE. ,TO SPEND YOUR VACATION tors rlre: complaining and one boat -AT A- MARKET

White,'Mountains'about : was,delayed sixteen hours .
by -
tea baileefrom- tke .highest peak, rock reef in the middle of the a \
Washington.;.is.' pm.i.g.. a ',blissfultemporary Come to the Nautilus Casino at nel chan BARGAINThree Of Cleanliness
iq : S Seabreeze-: the coolest in Flor Of
.refuse>to ,Halryr.KeildallN spot Quality
: .
wWaW: idsto"spend your vacation. Perfect .
'TII
of!Stanford White: houses
bathing and beach.Fresh
,.* AutonobiliBg. ,. whipping"the many water showr. New woolen bathing IN UNITED THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE ten acre tracts on FRESH AND SALT MEATS

&wd trout.Mreamiionv;; &g'ooar. suit ,and,room, 25 cents. .For men THE STATES IN AND FOR Orlando and Kissimmee road
FISH
SOUTHERN
and AND GAME
DISTRICT
.t oUl.th,; women. -
'
all who seek his
ae.gwiatancet
., OF
FLORIDA. only and half
two miles
Casino: open to the public free. one
and.doing.a"large"amount Dancing three nights a:week on the -. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
I/work:.in offices,he'has established largest and .best,-floor in the, South. IN RE: from the post office, Orlando.

la the" i oyeibarIding, Thaw'is ,having Music by the Crystal !orchestra.; .Regular Carrie Will sell one or all. The. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fn&aand '
Hamilton
,:the"'happieet'.soflamer in street car service from.Daytonato
,many a '
the Casino. 7-18-4w and Maggie price will double when the pore.
year,. '.his,troubled. career. Hamilton Individually !
It is ajqwiet sort' of lif ..jTheaur: and Co in Bankruptclpartning brick road is laid. Other We invite iniyctiea and guarantee satisfaction. We have

..roondinga, 'are'peacefriljnd. 'idyllic. tlMUMMIIMMIIMiMMHOTEL. . Business as Doing Hamilton small tracts for grove purposes ,everything in the Meat Line
Thaw:has'come and. gone about. the & Dunn. '
.h. at buying values. Also
village ro much that.the inhabitants
: THE[ NEGRAND[ | BANKRUPT
'are".no'longer. :roused'to great curiosity ',To the creditors of Carrie Hamil desirable groves and city The PARLOR MARKET

:by. his rather:.slovenly;figure.Habebita :. ton and Maggie Hamilton, Individual property at prices that com :
are'eiceHeat, Dr.. Austin ly and as partners doing business as
mand.attention.
Hamilton'and Dunn, of Orlando .
Orange
.. FlintJaad Wflliams Travers" J e- County and District aforesaid, .I H. M. Self & Co.
.come; 'TnaVs}Ncwesie,"-' it .x ," "hive"jBftencontended: -- \, Notice is hereby given that on the Cooper Atha i PINE

\ t,'wft 1 >' siagle>> drink,:of. charn* AtMMely first ClassRooms rie 22nd."and, day of July, 1914, the said Car' iI STREET i
' Maggie Hamilton
aforesaid
as
pagn 'Thaw BHgirt become, a: raving' were duly adjudicated bank 114 Sooth Ornate Are, Crowd Fbr Phone No. 80
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maniac:abd.kffl some one, with bath, hot rupts, and that the first meeting of .. I1111111..111".11
) ,ito'h( their.c...creditors will be held Phone
WeU, may be; Thawdoe and cold:water. at the No. 311 MHIIililllllMI a{
court house in
'f give the,aingle draft:of: fizz Orlando, Florida, on
:
; : Open' yar 'round. the 12th., day of August; 1914, ati ..... ... , .
wat chance show w"'t.it
&: to -- --- - - -
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can 10:30 a.m. at which time the creditors ..
"J- - -- -- . ,
dO"B a'teetotaler,. He neVRj, s Summer ,rates't'hrough, may attend, prove their claim, ap- _
qu tam of tine:vl lege'htitel I ; August=and September. point a Trustee, examine the bank-

iai.;.rio.'liter'fe; seen. to' enter. his rupt, 'and transact such other business I .
room.:. ,lie'etuokae.cigars- "and- that- -"is: ORLANDO, ,FLA. the said as may properly come before :

llHe's'. :' 'distiBctly' .''on-."his."+ good. ''behavior . :1.23-lm4iIIIiu.flhIIiIiIII Tampa meeting., Florida, July 29th., 1914. W.M. SLEMONS t

: .,aid,-., "Q -f steff tat. -. ,the' Wm. Hunter. I _
Mount,:Mftdiiea;houae,'whwrc:he;has $. Referee in Bankruptcy. -

a spite.of'fow.'rooms, :find it"clitr1C 1t

to .realise'that.tfce:8f ectacled,:middle .
.
,4aged,'man. .l-'wiA. ....the' bolgifig.-eyea' and ; r: New Goods
the. hair. '.shot z. ,:;with"gray;is the" ..eeleJatt1ea Fare$3fi2 Arriving Daily

*bt.Ud C ptive.: ,1S.: DAjUY BETWEEN0 J ,

In hia ,suite with/ ':Thaw"; ftJ) 'putyAerid.'C. UFFALOVLEVELANti t

I\D.:Stevens;hi guard, and 4 \ ,I
& l.:Rice," hk secretary. Stevens:isaatistant I lI l-

;!:to,;Siwriff Haft.; Drew, .. I (

who:lives'in' the nearby:'town of Berlin We. ,sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. '
.'and.who tabs.torn.. with Stevens.
in guarding-. ". ',.1: :the. -priaoaer.' :" .. made by Schfess Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
1'8E,GREAT SUP "SEEANDBEE?
There are: :those- who' believe Thaw i' ....loo flea boeedtb w tri i teeber slo.......and pnbn Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand Elliott's Table Linen and ToweL
would find;it= easy; to.escape. Thaw ....cFaerbeee .L .....la a. -.odaIIac 1500 pnee.
"p---n. Mme Pants
'iIIIMI!wt.e.Itb.rodd.; laaD"6r: lSda. say o0 aad Overalls nude by Sweet Orr
has :jusfpurchased,.a.;:five passenger Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. f?
'. ,Is. ioae shueen a
towing carl; ,The Cana''border' 'is "SEEABEE."Cky olErWcqolWfaJ.." Cer
D iI1 BUFFALO= It Best in
= .and CLEVELANDMty tat place the city to trade.
f to Dec.tlt
far;
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.. i :OOP.K. 'I.eneC1eoNW .
.tTJaaw,\ ; .has shown .'no :indinato llalwCbeYr1, tw"JL ....&nifeB... . 730A.U.9:00P.M. t, .. . r .. ., !
) (F.IIIIIa.....'IDle) ': '.:- s:
t it :take French.'leave. This was3ndicated.coaolae'tvelyby .11i..otios.gt7nde.iTdedgDeteo&ad.IlpeiwOeet.odSomh.at..
: dekse eMilry loeuea.....-a a..a... .. B.fho.d
the iacidentot 1ek jaot pclwt.wt 4 tieheu..C.IL: lie. pa_4o.4.to foRen.ep act.........eatia.w aloeb.ottit.r IIeaIaIo Eros. '
the fiahing'trip) 'when-,:he), became THE'CLEVELAND A'' BUFFALO TRANSIT'CO,,Cleveland! ,-0.BUYERS :'.W. M. SLEMONS

tost; He,')''and, ',Stevefisxstreck,. .. _. ;.-in at :? l Y;-_'
different' ''points 'on Nineteen. ''Mile 'f.- .. J
brook audiisee4 each"oth.. At half 1 ; : ORANGE AVENUE
,
past'eight*o'clock:m;theevening:the ,

deputy :-8heril.t, ; hi.the.. . ._ hotel, '.... . -- ' IlilMtlMMMHIIiHiiHIMMIMIIMM"Starve "
there;'was:'soffie 'excitement and,.ajearch '

: party. was organized. 'SecreA. : L ,
# ' k
\ jtary.:Rke. J was_" ':the_..leader.". s

With:tJie ; ; Yi1 LI Co
found'abouti2 o'clock< : in the-moraing." : '. .. % 1

Be;: was seated phflosophkaMy> sea 'a : .

toekin,the midge" .of-'tH atreanl;;perfeauy = .'-
,calmf;!though;a :trifle wet andhuagry.
.:With_ .great--- good-,sense" -"when TO.SHARE. ,IN.PROFI'fS'LOWER

ba realized:i that ha'was,test,hewadeo ; 'j PRICES'ON FORD CARS the ''l

:the thkg to do was to"Wait Effective fl'8 August 1,. 1914 to August .
for: some one to' to'him.: ..
"*v 'come" .11915'aJHl; guaraateed agaiast any reduc- That should be the battle cry. Not "swat the fly. No more dirty fly paper, or smears of
He could have covered a good manymiles ties during that time: swatted flies.around.the house tbe way to rid your house of flies is the way of cleanliness.

toward liertyi. .the.hoars. between That's why the Gas Range appeals to the housewife and cook-it spells cleanliness about
10. _K the morning and the time Touring Car .- $555.oo the home and person. No dirt, no ashes,.no smoke, no smudge. Everything clean, meals on
he Was located, if he;had,pleased totow. Runabout 505.00F. time and properly cooked.
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O. B. Oriinio. AO'can.filly cqaippcd.ir. Cleanliness; is the watch word,' whether it be ,to rid the house of flies or rid ity of.dirt andgrime.
I. Apparentfy he is convinced that.the Therefore "Starve the Fly" and also "Starve the Wood Stove." Don't "swat the wood

courts soei- 1'Wi1 set.. hJa free sad.,tfeat. ., 'hn we will'protarttov be'.we ta mU obtain the tkt abdaia.aulaaa cut cffideacyU fm ear. stove because you have. already swatted it enough when the fire would not burn and things ;;
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th e.aa.aohing: : todo:; :.except.1iatRb wait. yutkuiif tad tiles partaoits U ... rack u ratpat .f would not cook right; now starve it-don't feed it any more wood.

ud, :,t'. 2 MN aft-W1nea tbe alloT data, Get 'a" Gas Range and make your cooking clean, cod and comfortable. 1 .
't .bet, .should wt mca this prwtattkn, we aim to par M"v
'Ac Vver. shut'fn. |.."..;;$ per car: (.a Sr abortA
The 'contracts if.rtM. waterworks :'.. .*...u.ltisnel'f retail tay r'wk*.P" hmses a'aew "
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't-i! is:put! oha more satisfactory and to place German interests in I' : Deposits Jane 30, 1914 $30.2B6.00 ,.
France in his hands was being discussed :
: i 7usmes5like.. basis 'by. having there. Increase, since our last published
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\. ; government on the proposal for Ambassador 1914, $27,33325
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rope and will be assumed by them. "
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Victor Records for Augusty dered'to remain at his post throughout -
K the ,present serious international "ALWAYS AIR" COMPANY TO based-upon correct principles, and it efficiency and usefulness of AlwaysAir.
PLACE AGENCY HERE is protected by two United States .
list for sale tot situation and until his successor, Wil- Dr. McEwan, Mr. Martin and Dr.
; -y, 1. new ,August goes on patents.' This preparation has been
t! ; ,..4 r,: .and,:is .one 'of ,the.. best that has been is- liam G. Sharp, arrives and takes up The automobilists of Orlando and tested out in the sands of Florida for Edwards of this have compound.already availed themselves It-
his duties, probably the latter i
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vicinity to and
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-'-; 11 i: pofkilar, songs- ,and near ,dance, numbers; including sealing compound, which has* lando well recommended by scores of Eat what you want.
been causing real sensation Tampa's most prominent officials and Eat all want.
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ij"} Berlin! best, hit. /'On their Wayto Moscow Votes $500,000 for Red Cross
; the automobile owners of Tampa. It; business, men. The company claims Take a postscript and forget it.
$. .loo1! :and the. tBa p roJ.lefrom Tales of Hoiff- Moscow, Russia, Aug. 1.-The ,mu- is a pleasant surprise to find a com- that its product is a money saver as For sale by druggists.
? sail;recorded To hear '.them is nicipal council has voted 1,000,000roubles pound that actually eliminates the well as a time and trouble saver, and l-7-d&w-lyr
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bulk of one's tire troubles. Always all intelligent.automobile owners are
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to ( $500,000) Red Air not only all invited to call at the San Juan Gar-
: .:buy, : stops punctures
1; ;. .. Cross' service of Russia and WOOD, COAL AND ICE /
. Cher.w. ... ; friendly to the size of a twenty-penny S UP'I age and investigate the merits of this
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the life of the tires Always Air has.I:Mr. Jordan, are always ready to give
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