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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 4, 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: VID00398
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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t-J,, "c :. 'Navy .'.WarFeetiBg' :1eo,oe& KNELT TO HIM AS WILSON ADVISES AGAINST {Submitted THREE GAMES A WEEK FOR Naval Vessels Will Be Allowedto

..: -', :I"'Cp"',. .SfteSfcetFnwceaid ,HE-:PASSED THROUGH 'SENSATIONAL REPORTSOF Washington, Aug. 3.The: comp- FOUR WEEKS WILL BE Carry Mail, Freight andPassengersCurrency

Gri y:Have:Severed. .THE STREETS .< DISASTER troller of the currency today an- PLAYED
H 'Df ... RthUee9w : nounced the result of the call madeon Bill Amended

.t. -c--- ;Czar Freaked "I Will Not Make Financial Institutions Will Suf the Florida banks on June 30 fora Giles and Beeman
Make
Reportto
...: ""' )-A;.... .statement of their condition. : Washington, Aug. 3.-(Special.)-
... ,Betfa.t, Mr,.UK:Genus Peace While Single Soldier fer Some InconvenienceBut The report shows their conditionon Board of Trade at Meet- President Wilson, congress and the

V '. \ i hear;' '."Hty9A :'i'' .V ..BvMv. 'v* ,of Eawny,:Remains on No Occasion for that date, as compared with, their ing Last NightTrolleyline government departments took important s

; UM house I Russian Soil" Panic ,Talk condition at the last previous call, to OrlandoThe steps today to provide for the
Uhka. aMiAe< :taateaui :
x March 4. emergency caused by the Europeanwar.
Slwit wcfejjrtaa back. when I
: : hit St Petersburg,''Aug. :3.-This city Washington, Aug. 3.-President The report is in the highest degree Board of Trade met in regular I, The president sent a message
.e lT .'"v ttl&A ..Wi & ."" ','iri tl is.passing through 'a ,historic period. I Wilson today appealed to the peopleof gratifying. It shows an enormous session last night at the usual Hour, to, congress asking for $259,000 for

Ill.her : the a4-. '. When.'it became known; yesterday the United States to remain calm increase in individual deposits, loans with President Seth Woodruff presiding the "relief, protection and transpor-

.t 4,rate sf,the. ..SWMM. ";- WM-,, "discoveredby hat'a special.service.of prayers was'!'during the war in' Europe. He de- and discounts and total resources. and the minutes of the last pre- tation" of American citizens now in .
,' ,* -.t''tvlaiW,:who.tet 'waning to'be celebrated at-,the.winter. palace I dared the United States owes it to The report, by principal items, is vious session were read and approved. Europe. The house at once passed
aahgiaiaieti'it-&e:cwtom IMMC an i,extraordinary 'wave of exultation mankind to help the rest of the,world I as follows: ':Messrs Jas. L Giles and H. L Bee- the appropriation and was followed
: i passed over-'the capital Hours be. I during the. present crisis. June 30-Loans and'discounts,$36673,651.91 ,- the committee to shortly afterwards by the senate. '
: man appointed
< ;..a,/'a- _,';'t Ii...e 't.:'prgae, .,them: 'terieiiie :fore:'the appointed ,time, a crowd of The president said the United ; individual deposits, $39- to Atlanta and close the contract go to The house passed lhe amendment

:&: 8fW' UU M were''takenGERMANS 100,000, gathered, bearing 'flags, 'banners States could gain permanent glory :508,748.42; total resources, $65,566- bring the Birmingham Southern :I to the currency law facilitating the

't enI:a = ::::.. I portraits"of the emperor, .and during the, present' trouble providedno i 660.25; percentage of legal reserve to League baseball team here to train,I issuance of a vast amount of emergency

'i . ,,- :. - c i p ilacards"with patriotic inscriptions, ..: one lost his head. He urged that deposits, 16.71. reported that they had signed thei currency by national banks.
'OCCUPY .-.SMALLti.t.n ', I 'When the imperial yacht, with the nothing be done in America to add ,to March 4-Loans and discounts$34- i contract and that the team would arrive This amendment was passed by the
'ioWN8 I emperor and his family arrived, from the excitement of 'the world. Thereis 717,187.61; individual deposits, $36-: here about February 25th, to senate on Friday. The house and

.. r LwfeB,. Aaf.: "'-SpeekL-A', i Peterhof at 4.o'clock in the afternoon sure to be- inco enience to the 547,668.75; total resources, $62,064- remain until about April 1st. I j:I senate both amended it today and it '

;, "" !Nter'itipnkh, ; 'fre* kiD ,says i hey:received a tremendous ovation, financial institution of the country, 402.05;'percentage of legal reserve to j The committee agreed to the !I. was sent to conference.
tkM ." t tf fVtK ,German t he people kneeling and hurrahing as he told callers, but a< led that the deposits, 17.20. pay I 1; The house passed the administration -
team $1,500 to to Orlando and
.fr.tti r;;;Ber;LuMftHt. after'a:start the imperial party passed to the pal ministration is fully' Prepared to ad-I'I This report covers all of the na- the first received come for measure removing many of the
Ii $750 admissionto j!
fifM thfe *fU m ptvfcA.the.Ras-' in all difficulties. Re. asked that no tional banks in the state of Fonda. restrictions of .vessels under the
the will to the Board of !:
ace.When games go
Urn.'tewM, ef .Ci aisite, t .va&d: : their,, majesties had taken credence be given unconfirmed reports The increase of nearly $3,000,000 in I American flag.
I. I' Trade'the after that j ji r
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tee Kakisz heir for'the service individual is I[I Speaker Clark and Minority Leader
:'BLThe .rf ; ia Baspna .places. the priest of a ,sensational nature. deposits astonishing, has
I been taken in to be divided. At !
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.. PoitW. hue,:alM b.. iftp. tI by I read 'declaration of war, a Te The president declared there was coming in so short a space of time. least three week will be i Underwood served notice on the
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Gerau a'trsaps.IUA1AN I 3eum was .S ng"for_victory .for the no cause for any serious alarm in the(1 f The large increase in loans and discounts -I I played in Orlando during the stay of j.;!house that a quorum must be main-
or tamed because of the critical situa-
f' Russian arms and their majesties venerated United States. The administration also is a healthy sign as it '
j the Barons here with other
league
INYADING GERMANY. I fh holy'cross'and the'ikon. is bending, every effort, he said, toward -I shows confidence:among the .bankers,I tion.
in this
teams
-' j i t- ;,: .;\the"emperor:' ,then addressed the getting ships to carry the foodstuffs which also is indicated by the reduction training state. !j j I The senate ,passed the Weeks bill,

'Tke.a a4wce,. :faf. ,?.theRwaiaa. ,. ) rm 1- representatives of'the army and,navy and other products.of of the in the percentage of legal re-:. The Birmingham manager will arrange :-I permitting .the use of naval vessels t

.MNW- ,,," -;:Gtnua I.'frwtkr"'Vf:pro-, .in'a'.'...brief.. . ,speech," expressing, the.calm. .,, United States to all the world and to i t serve. for these games, and as big t I for carrying freight, mail and pas-
l'ii8iiiat:"'AAKABA OCTOTU! -pits' etnkateaasly dignitY -With which Russia had received bring )home Americans stranded in j league teams will be training in sengers, striking out' the provision i

: .. The':German. casteas.beeseCesweks the. declaration. of war.and. the I Europe. BASEBALL, ,RESULTS Tampa, St. Petersburg, St. Augustineand I limiting this service to South American
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tae beer4.raiied W' ,a('EydtAVbridk -' confidence. .of.the'nation that,the:war i I A proclamation. of neutrality, Mr. other places, Orlando fans will ports. .
....... eagafeAeBt:':wa8 would carried to. the desired'end. I Wilson said, will be issued as soon ras I i National League' have an opportunity to see many of Director Ralph, of the bureau of-
'1; ., the real baseball stars in action. engraving and printing, was orderedto
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teege'rasiava'terasig: backs: solemnly; the emperor : it can be completed by the state de- Brooklyn 3, Pittsburg 7.
t' ':""' {'" ...yiq the said, "that1 f will not make partment. He does not believe there Boston 1, St. Louis Q. Messrs.. Giles and Beeman were rush the work of printing $100,.

;,t m.iklck. lie._*M F -v-hsWs_ ,_ ",..c'e.,_ faa411at peace while a single soldier,-of the enemy will be any necessity for"congress' to Philadelphia 5, Chicago 0. thanked by the Board of Trade for 00,000} emergency currency notes. a'Rk
.artiifery with,iftfmtry euppert.a ._ remains Russian soil" remain in,session because "of the situation New York 7-4,. Cincinnati 2.&: their successful efforts, and they re- -
f. f'> **TTi r"j His\maj tJ .conduded with words ,in Europe. quested that Mr. J. M. Cheney be No Danger of Panic

_; ,TWo.sP1iSoT' : of encouragement to the army and by American League added to the committee. An effort New York, Aug. 3.Special.After ( .)-
. : Detroit 4, New York 2. will be made to raise the a day of conferences with important -
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'. invoking their efforts. $1,500
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f. III.,...., ,.Dewwk, :Aag__:, ,'.:i a blessing on : GERMAN TROOPS NEAR LEIGE
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While1 the emperor was. speaking Cleveland 4, Washington 7.St. the advance sale of tickets good for bankers Comptroller Wil-
.(CI..M.W'TH: # 'Rom. spies, ;,have I : Brussels, Belgium, Aug. 3. According r liams today declared that the financial
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WNI IW'et......,.: I all in.attendance fell to 'their knees Louis Boston 1. all games to be played here. The
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: iL..h ,.- and 'many were "seen to 'be sobbing. to the newspaper Eterlebelge Chicago 9, Philadelphia 8. tickets will be sold for $5, and as at situation is well in hand and that
: German troops have reached Vise on least ten gameS will be played Or- there will be no financial squalls. Mr.
'- BSLGIUM N1HW ,NO'HBLPBrwask :. At the_close.of;the.service;.there were: *
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the river Meuse twelve miles
-- renewed only lando fans will have an opportunity Williams' statement is concurred in
"hurrahs and the .
1i {$efgifr,.AQg: ,S:4: Spe., officers Brooklyn 6, Indianapolis 7.
northeast of
Liege, Belgium.It of the
I by most bankers
to see big league baseball cheaper by many prominent
presest drew their swords and.brandished
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Buffalo 4, Si 0..
is estimated 100,000 German soldiers Wall
< on street.
these tickets than if vis- .
buying they
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::them in air.
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Baltimore' Kansas 3.
'His'majesty:then.retired from thebaleen have'occupied the territory of City ited the home cities of the teams. Mr. Mr. Williams said every report he
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;ahybelievesale < the Duchy of Luxemburg and are Pittsburg 1, Chicago had received the had been
during
: >: ', where he had been standing Giles mentioned the fact to a Sentinel day
iMtit Mhe M .al t. tkepewGHIMANY )
app
massed along the French frontier . reporter.that two men had each extremely reassuring. He said ear
-"e"li.: i., butfthe: ,people :-remained for a longtime Southern LeagueMemphisChattanooga
era. The council of the labor has lier in the that the
' -- :tf.4: to continue their cheering. party rain. agreed to take $100 worth of tickets.It day government
. .!! MD'FRANCE''SEVRRDIPIAIIiATIC.: ,'(. .:,:..?. decided to abandon the anti-war dem- Atlanta 4-2, Nashville;12. Second will not be necessary for othe 'to stands ready to issue a hundred mil- '
: onstrations and resolved to issue a but Orlando lion additional but that
buy so liberally, currency
RELATIONS, ENGLAND WILL PROTECT THE game called in the eighth; darkness. every
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"r manifesto to socialist workmen declaring Mobile 1, Birmingham 0. booster should invest in a season tick- there seemed to be no need for it.
,- bent)"a,'" Ate, 3 -(SleaaTheGetsi lFIENClI'COAST r that by exercising the legitimate Only scheduled. et at the earleist opportunity.The .
;eaer; tadyer:; tei BwrYataeliet London,'Aug. 3.;:-Sir'Edward Grey, ,right of self defense they are games special building committeewas RUSSIAN FLEET WORSTED IN

'. ;,tIe'"Geniia' 'irbaeiaeder' British secretary of'state for foreign! fighting against barbarism and for South Atlantic League continued bythe Board of Trade BATTLE WITH GERMANS

.: CPI t..te 'W : ,,M.tm" affairs," stated in the house of commons political, liberty and democracy. The Charleston 3-1,'Macon 12. and requested to make a further effort Stockholm, Sweden, Aug. 3.-A

.,f..rn.e.- ; --- '. 'ftwm"rt ..iItLJ .this,afternoon that he had "given council also decided that the socialistparty Savannah 6, Jacksonville 2. to arrange with the county com- battle was fought yesterday betweenthe
!- :'o. \< "" Fpnce:.the<.assurance that iftheGerman in chamber should vote the \\Albany 3, Augusta 2. missioners for the jail lot for munic- German and Russian fleets off the
,; .,. WngH: ..:NAVY:READY! ,fleet came into the Columbia-Columbus rain.
f. _. ,. English necessary war credits. ; ipal building purposes. 'Alan islands and resulted in the
. i' ,,'ia.JL-s,. aL) channel or. 'through the.North' a to The advertising committee reported Russians being driven back. The
..4t { .':\Jt*: kw tfkkSj. ,taVr undertake hostile 'operations against satisfactory progress.Mr. Russian vessels took refuge in the

.. '.......; ;tke:"idalrslty tM':=the the French :coast or ,ahippmgthe H, H. Dickson reported the receipt Gulf of Finland, where they still remained -

.. :'...........,.1::e'the''.; ;:BHtirii' ''' ,_". MTT. .,isiinr British'w. would give aH, the protection w. c. TEMPLE -FAMOUS of a letter asking the goodwill today.
:CMiptete,and,:kte=MTh: on a j ia its.power.." of Orlando and the Board of Trade The Alan islands form an archipelago
'f. .'i.fn .i. f. Sir Edward also told the house that for a trolley line from Daytona. Mr. 'in the Gulf of Bothnia. They be-

." .'f- ___ a'telegram.from the king Belgium Dickson replied favorably for the ,longed to Russia since 1809 when
-;; :\ .ENGLAND: 'WILL PROTECT"'SHIPP made a supreme appeal to Great Britain "SUNNYSIOf GROVE" fOR $nUDJ board. they were taken from Sweden.

.; > : f: :PINGR. : to safeguard the integrity of Belt ,

r ." .Loidw. AH."L-SPedah-Lhyd gium.. RAILROAD MANAGERS HAVE GERMAN CRUISER BOMBARDING -
i. ',.Gangs jiuumMd t.;:the' lease 'ofaiffct :verified by the Sentinel AGREED TO ARBITRATION LIBAU
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; TRIED TO POISON WELLS WITH JASON MEADOWS OF OR.
;ewieas,'Jw.e""t. This valuable property was sold to
7 '' :' that. Ike_ ftMTWMt'" 'kai'Ukea CHOLERA MICROBES; SHOT LANDO BECOMES OWNER Mr. Jason Meadows, who recently Washington, Aug. Managers of Berlin, Germany (via Brussels, Belgium -

". .Pr nfr-nj,**tA*** pre CC*"' |Mwd ,leRish" I ;aklig -,Lofidon;;Aug.:S..:Telegrams .from OFPROPERTYDk came to Orlando from Kentucky, and the ninety-eight western railways ), Aug. 3.-The commander of
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' .air. trade a.4'"" uIeets cast the>chief of the German general staff is recognized as a successful.and sub- have accepted arbitration of the wage the small German cruiser Agburgsent

\tiw wbe erMppun" toaor received at the German embassy here WJr) ( 1 { ECLfOG stantial farmer-one 'of ,the many dispute 'with their enginemen and the following report by wireless
Wt 1. iI.f that: f... fee ed U8ert"thai'a French doctor with two who have come from the Bluegrass firemen. this morning:

oj s 'iMdvlable_ .'h'sake e'detaib"e' ,[ assistants,tried to 'Poison the wells -. State to this section of Florida.' At President Wilson's plea that a "Am bombarding the naval harborat

She J l'e'rnieat's'sc4+ near Met with.cholera microbes The Property-Located on Lake Mal The property is located on Lake strike be averted because of the sen- Libau and am engaged with the

'. = The!"Ce i r News, sbes f!'._, t .itt. 'gsverentutSueh .. then shot* Groves ia That Fine ter Park and Mait and hard road. .It European crisis the railroad mana- is in flames."
e wfflM ........a.i_' ';:_...L"i.' ,....:._' ._adat Another'Fnach party, accordingto Libaa is a Russian arsenal the
; --; : M *. t, ; Orange Section is recognized as one of the choicest gers visited the White House and ad- on

;_ ,.. . ." .."..,;'s. ...,..e.e.. ..;." ..abipped- the.'same,,source .of4' information; : - pieces of orange grove property in vised the president they would accept Baltic sea.
,; \ ; ;:: ieartiacte,., iI'alipedItery endeavored to blow up a 'straetgictaaael "Sunnyside Grove,". the fine 'property that 'locality, which is noted as one the plan proposed by the federal
"14 t &('.Mi;; near .Cochem on/the Moselle. of.W..C. Temple at Winter Park, of the best orange. sections' of For- board of mediation. That already had DO YOUR KICKING ON AUGUST

/- .Tin Levee Wan:take*:to eeeuse dor AQ.were'shot' .: consisting,.of, seventy ,acres, fifty of iad. The fine mansion built on the been passed upon favorably by representatives FIFTEENTHAs
;: 4ef:se erel i.iths..;Uekek rf. which is .in orange and grapefruit property, with the.outbuildings Incident of employes.!. It 'provides -
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t..>.. t ,.Caesar'Wheat" .,___ 'new'';.-wMiIc"MIp.-"' '.' .. tF U--OO- ." S MUCH'DAMAGE. trees, 'was sold, yesterday' .and the thereto, cost 'over thirty thou- that, the question of wages be will be noted by a notice pub-
( '0 ',' . : 'Chicago;- Aug. '3. LThe. spectacular .money,paid over: to bind:the sale.' sand' :dollars, and Mr.Meadows'is 'to arbitrated under the'Newlands act. lished in another column the city

dx ,. : fire. :which, ..threatened to. destroy. ,,vast The consideration was in the neighborhood be, congratulated' upon securing sucha council will meet on Saturday, Au-
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: .Next ..... :h Wi Win' 'coeJaadj rf r;:yards-in tie southwestern {$30,000 and the,sale was valuable property. He is,reportedto THE WEATHER gust 15th, for the purpose of hearing

;:need adthtiaw* oa"s11 hikes, so that \; tof.he': y' last-;.nightcawedGBJ made. .through E. C. Young. real es; have been 'offered a 'handsome complaints in regard to tax assess

. : :} ,"'death-and- aproperty' : loss. -- tate man: who: 'does not say much I profit upon-_his investment.before the Florida: Local ,thunder showers ments. All complaints must be filed

':" : l r.-' ; .'.',.fH;;. !....A.'... .."'. about it,his deals., but the sale.has been, papers were'ecL 'Tuesday ,and probably 'Wednesday. with the city clerk. < .

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f ; ':).,;': Mfe. . we.- -> 'are 'Taking :Stock. -: this week j we will .have on Sale some extremely BIG

-A '. BARGAINS_ .. .., r.- ,.;'as. we do want to carry over any of these items into next year's stock.

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; \\ Lots;t,.:choke for. -;,., '$3.00: ..Lot, "> at, each ;: if'/50c" ; : $1.50 Waits will be sold at 50c
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,'>. .- -.- .. .-_ <\ \Shoes Choice i
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;Ladies': Lace .Lisle Hose, . worth $1.50 to $2.50 $2.50 to $3.00 values for $1.50 i
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; IkiU!the'listing:of your property as,your exclusive agent only., We situated ourselves to give service which

,,:,surpastes_ 'any:services'rendered; ;so far by any real "real estate,firm" in our State. We shall explain our servicein
pewon'.if.you',cal at our office any morning: from 9 to 12 'am., and out-of-town patrons by !mail, and will
; .' leave JtJo': your;judgment whether: or not your interest .is in responsible hands if entrusted to us..
: 0 ::Company-will:also advance.75 per cent of the purchase,.price if so desired by the purchaser, to show t

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'r iMe''CMrIe after: B sufficient trial it was found AccewelaiteBS
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}l < .:.: cost and'come out in .good wholesome
iapifel d ac*<* today,de- a and Good
rj : Returning From New York
if ; : *irrig'sitieea':to'a:Inge condition' The. facts'are that up. PORTRAYING ALL THE VERY LATEST AND MOST ''

o .:hame e(kw B tratew"who ,coo.grtgatod 90 per cent of,the eggs used in Florida to and Including October 31st. Ships
_are preserved and have been, Scheduled INTERESTING SUBJECTS OF THE DAY.
.Wore fcfe official remd ce. eggs to Sail Tuesdays, Thursdays
!r, 'At: the:'serioflj J'.ri.: in order, toto collected at least: six months previous Saturdays at 2:00 P. M.
'This affords an opportunity of
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:yew,atfeerfaad," fee did, "ycm haveto getting a better :price for summer For

''i 1 loess. :;tke hoaae:of'BMBaawk.,:\who, eggs. :than most farmers get Further Particulars Apply to "Col. Heeza Liar Farmer"A

It. ':.iriA Kmpwr.Wffliaffl. ,' the:: greet'and. I There are two good methods of t'H.
t.1'kW"! Hawfcd'' yea. "M *e'welded the' preserving eggs. One is placing G. WENZEL Fla. Pass. Agent REAL PATHE COMEDY.
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t' lwlws+ -F"i'' ova UIh
,R t i ."We wUfced to go ai living in'pease :follows: .21-2 bushels of quick, lime, JACKSONVILLE FLA. .

; i- :ia the. empire)''y&'we]'have. :developed 4'poundsof; salt,. 1. tablespoonful of

t : in forty-few/years of''peaceful cream of' tartar, :dissolved in 10 gallons "Slippery Sim's Strategem""SLM"
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:1. (,fcaaae" ::o/,pesee.' 'Tia.:tfce last Hour until all the solid,particles have been THE DAY. SEE HIM AND FORGET YOUR

II lee; ta wwk4for' peers" in :.Earope, dissolved, ,leaving a clear solution, I John Be Stetson TROUBLE t

r y .aad. ke heil"working; ,for,it Should then pour this over the eggs, being University
... Ma' careful to have the. top layer well
ji all f orta:prove vain and:should 1
"" covered.' LINCOLN IULLEY, '&9. Lu LL LL.L President
V tt :iwori be forced::into' our hands ,
: '_ Water Glass Method The second 'The Wall Flower" _
y we win,'take!,the feM WAWIa clear
DeLAND
method, that has better FLORIDA
V eiitedance i''the Itnowledge :that weM 'proven:even .

'. ,< not,,:"e k, war..., We..shall; then than the limB water is ,that of using THE COLLEGE GRADUATE DEPARTMENT OF ARTS AND SCIE. CES-
water glaSs.. It is claimed'to be better COOTS leading to the degree of Master of Arts and Scienees. A LUBIN DRAMA. ONE GOOD PICTURE.
,. y wage war f r'oar eriateice. and. for T$E COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR MEN-16 Carnegie unit required
'1" MtMJal;kesor....'to. r the :last. drop than' the lime water because when for admission. Twenty.one departments in alL
< in the lime the THE .COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR WOMEX-A dean,
f fj" el. Hr bl/eL Tn' put water: eggs are dormitories for women, and a separate gymnasium.woman 16 Carnegie separate units.
? ,*Ia 't&; gravity ''of:the'hour I, re- found to have a slight odor and taste. THE COLLEGE OF LAW Coarse: leading to the LL. B. degree.' Graduates admitted
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: : The water glass method is as follows to practice in Florida without examination. An Good and Well
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;nM e'.of the words of Prince THE COLLEGE OF ENCII'EERNG-Courses in Girlie Mechanical Electrical Extremely
1V' :FesisnekF';: :charles. :to' fee ;)men o fIi Take_:one pint of :water glass and and Chemical engineering leading to degrees
twenty pints of boiled THE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS-Especially for Florida teachers strong
:_" .. ;. water. adding courses and special teachers' courses. normal Balanced Program
h -HT t'.yovhewti feat'f9r.God. andjvttr the:.water glass after the water is THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Besides Banking, Book-keeping.. Accounting,
cool Mix the Shorthand Typewriting, courses in History Law. Economics and Finance.
ingredients '
) fists the .. .'" thoroughly
f ,ell" 1, THE: .ACADDIT..sixteen: units for graduation. Prepares for Harvard Tale
h .A-w ceWs'and'the-singing being careful that 'there is sufficient Princeton; Chicago And all high grade colleges.

)t ef'.tke);nfttioaal.'.:amt greeted 'the, liquid, so'that-the eggs will, be THE manual SCHOOL training OF MECHANIC, mechanical ARTS-For drawing &:c boys:. and young' men. desiring DON'T FORGET

,- t_ :eleee4f, :the. :imperial, .chancellor's well submerged... Eggs preserved, in THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC-Separate teachers for piano pipe organ. violin voice.
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i fij. this way, will have a strictly fresh harmony and chorus work.THE
.J SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS-Free hand and life drawing. Painting in oil,
if. .. ', ... 'f i' !' : -taste- and when. broken the' ,volks. --- will"- .Pastel_ ::-. and___ water...,.n eritnr.SPECIAL _n__._ 4 "Arizona" is Coming
stand up as when freshly, laid. It is
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t. IWere ;- preferablyjterileeggs.erleeggs., Water Chemistry qualitative and cuantative analysis. Agricultural chemistry
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Yorkerne is ksown as ,the "do i;doeeas.t' from.' [Zoology, Botany, General Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry, Qualita ..
; a drug! store and is in. the form tive and Quantitative Chemistry. ....
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: of a semi-fluid 3. The Coarse for Bibical
liquid *resembling RelUeons Workers-In Literature. History English
jtt a:phyrewiiwbere she word: dot fcugar Pedagogy, Ethics,'Logic and Theism.
syrup.BEAUTIFUIi
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parasite:ongkiated.with thefath- .. HAIR-A CLEAN
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E'dp.tl. ;. or: Aen't''dohat.. '' Use Parisian Sage. It..makes the WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ?

po l '.Th;.riolllit: elf ia :a 'large,, sunny Hair Fluffy and Abundant

jpbee,i wtaafcxi :by:. plenty" of:win- It is.needless for you to have hair FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE ;: UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

:.4rs, ;wiieh are ttfeiy barred.?One that is anything short of: perfect FOR WOMEN GAINESVILLE, .

eod,of tke hardwood Rear;is nacover- it is falling out, losing color,'splitting .TALLAHASSEE.College ..
: orif, the'scalp burns and itches,.im. .... -
dad wide the ether has a thick. 'woolen of, Arts and Sciences;Normal School: IIMtlillllitllltHMMiltiliMilOMest
'" : mediately:get from McElroy's Pharmacy School of Music; School of Expression;
r fastened so, eecurely or any drug store a 50c. bottle School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate S Colleges and Divisions: Liberal Art s: :
feats ball thaZ: of. Parisian Sage-use- School: Modern Gymnasium with swimmingpool Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers.
: games- or -. a1 fiirst frequentlythe -: ; basket ball and tennis courts;new and College; Experiment Station; Extension Division ROLLINS S COLLEGE[ [ Winter Park
t.( 'aDd'jasaping J_ loosjHe application removesdandruff modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormi- ; Graduate School Ten new brick bull i-
'< invigorates the scalp, and beautifiesthe tories have all modern conveniences; new 'ings besides gymnasium swimming pool and ,
7..jt" '; .sA ,. hair until it is rioriouslv radiant. dining room and kitchen most hygienic in r many subsidiary buildings 61 officers, instructors
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:waBs which. are 'deadened, Parisian hair needs Florida; '418 young ladies from 49 counties and assistants. 354 young men Florida
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Sage supplies and 12 states but session. 47 Florida eoantiM and 24 States and Celkge and Most Beautiful |
.|h t Boiees cannot-penetrate to otherparts'of :--is perfectly harmless. It contains .TUITION FREE. in College and Normal foreign countries but session. ,
the exact elements',required to.moke School Borrd and entrance fees for the TUITION FREE, Board and Entrance Feel Music Expression Fine Arts Domestic
;the house, _are,covered with College, Academy, ,
the hair soft year $124.00. For catalogue write $132.50 per'ear. Write today for catalogue
; ,. a;Wee paper'- ,,f row+'.- which fingerprints make' it::grow,glossy wavy, and thick beautiful.and to EDWARD CONRADL President A. A. MURPHREE. President and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Coarse. -

;W:be'.easily.:wasfced off.The pictures .You will surely like Parisian Sage. Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire pro

.. :wd eketrk fights are :caged,, this It is one of the best and most delightful tection, fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dollar .

l precaatwn. 'also: inaking 1'poelemad a hair tonics known.. IMIIMtimilMlllttMM .IMMilMMIMIIIIIIMMH endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ,

gam&,.__baseball_. or_any.amount_ ''Whyshouldn't. fat IMMMIIilMIIIMMMMttiltlMlilltlMIIIIMiMIIM"The a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new
r of.haaAeJI.or bfaahtf tossing. a man be loved? rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New

1'J'"The-.eiMkirs..and'tiles :are,.madewitli He is' the happiest and' jolliest of all .>i ,'t chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every

f,> MnMwMn;{ :liefear ;ofi men, whether loved_or notnnu' :' modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water.

Jii i eakkf,'d tybrieaibrae. :, does not Preparation for engineering course.

.bother'he ifinates of.this joem,where Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football,
there are' auly'a:few' brass bowls,toM l Ixcursion Christian, but undenominational; expenses moderate.

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":" bees." Ph. D LL. D., President

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t ate:nAetole for roil.carriers'west IclMe . Va. . \. :. 2v!W :

*"eftd;':today:by..an order,-. N8rf chi, va...r....., ...-,..! MMPropirtioiate Cleanliness Of Quality I
aid by'Ptr.G: ef:l;: -

siabt i.ardaee wi&'. ieeentlctBerle low: rates, from FRESH AND SALT MEATS

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mp c baeadmekedoia. .:. -.; lythe-aembu:: .. :N. C X . ,$ ;i2,80 } \ 2t u screesed away free the lies, and kept rests

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:' AW WUW.TEATW One ,Orlando' ;young man is'receiv.ag ; Aug.
-. .. MMCeNA+nwe '. the. .r- 'his* of'this 'city, president of the
friends
. congratulations of
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:" !tY'piit.N:: tit -- :?! overlue. good luck.. His"beet gkl got Southern Cotton association, today .
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gtimpifi of.the.back rooms:where a
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:'..:. .UNTt6i1, _.. .:....'. . ....,, col& M'JDaB'wasl; making. ice. cream I association throughout, ., the states in '
' i ..;..o'_. .'.; ;.. ...**." ,' the cotton belt suggesting'the necessity
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for :
OCCUPY' SMALL TOWN farmers
a mass of
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:!.\. ';. '." ..}. "' KAILISZ IN RUSSIAN merchants, bankers, manufacturers :
crew.
:: -r. : : ,\f 7'' ss POLAND and all other. allied interests of the -
tt""" :t::'YW"t 1111fff_ 11f. ffflflll ..:LOOI" cotton. trade, to be held in New Or-
;" ; ; "j!.!". .".!..",,, ,..71to 'The'toUs received by ;the governmeat .
,'. !'!! . . : '- .. .,the:use"of the Panama canal leans early in September. The pur. a
:. clear Germany Accuses France of a pose of the. conference: would be to
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will not be all
profit by several
:\ --..., f Breach of Neutrality by formulate and adopt such measures :
dollars. Panama receives a lump
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Frontier Before
Crossing necessary
art toaM la at the tautenMt sum,.of:ten million dollars for signing -
). ft e...... kttr .... 2 ,.;m.Abnk i ' which the United Declaring War protect the,price of cotton from the
_.,.; b .... pir.1'n. "' ..*.., the'treaty by depressing'influence of a protractedEuropu.n Shirt It Sale !
: tovflwteMt?.etortukw; .it kM4 States has"the'use of the strip of territory
;-'. <...totfrietfr_ .sieve 4 ,U. ': ten miles in width,' through Berlin, Aug. 3.The invasion of war. President Jordan said

> . -\... !:The:.Sentinel.. M _ {.,' ffeitt"tatty tht office to writing .. that 'Uncle' Sam is to' pay an' annual today when the first battalion of the southern cotton interests.
Hk
AfaW rtherwWti'wiU Uftftfcw
*' it:ties;ng W. Hteeriyfea .rates. rental of two hundred and fifty thou 155th infantry with a machine gun
art*.Mtfct.to, rtop_ta;metal sand dollars!'for: the .use of,this'territory company occupied Kalisz in Russia Thus far ,the common people have

", as long'as it'is used for a canaL Poland. I not been called, upon to'endure the ,
.' TUESDAYr AUGUST 4 1914. French soldiers crossed the exactions of a sauerkraut trust.
;; Add'to this the:interest on'the vast frontier
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I'. -- sums used in,.the construction of the last night at Laschlucht, a small village CONTINUING with

ScoppM oBg'graies, figs and t gua-' big,ditch,and;'there is a good'reason in the Vosges mountains. Shots Theories cause us no more worry IS
its ,have:made; tbek'appearance' in why'the: big American 'ship owners' were fired on the German post but than do facts. vastly increased in-

te local marketOriaaap i monopoly' ; hould''pay. tolls the sameas no damage was done. I

") '0 the rest'of.the world. Another 'semi-official communication Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
.1 ;;dill::::have' about ..forty t 4' issued today says: I is the kind you want. Where to get terest and justly .so.--the

_,'::1 barons as.visitors Beat March., ;:They The: editor of the sprightly little While no German soldier has yet it? That's easy,' phone 636. W. T.
.. oMMf .Jtaa!:n r ftniga nobility! but trade'.Journal,."The 'Traveling :Man,", set foot on French soil, official reports -I Entrican. 1-20-tf : price reductions alone

.,; tfcay;are.BoMemea"all'rightFand' hail published at Valdosta,. Ga, says: from, the frontier state' that ..
I from<,Birmingham, Ala.. ,,, "Why do people go away for theirsummers French troops bodies'as large as a should interest but
.. ;'/" ., 0' when we have summers company crossed the German fron- miiimtiiHiiiiiMHiT.F.HOURIHAN : men,

j Some novel'manufacturer has writ right here in town? Why .not patronize tier at Gottesthal, Netzeral," Marki- :

'..1 t, tata"oeecind. J.: 'dubbed. if.the. ._'"ImpossiMe .- ''home industry? Et tu, Or- roh and the Echlucht Pass before when these sweeping re-

.' ,Boy.n, ;There is 'no'such' animal. landoites.. there was any declaration of war. Licensed Plumber and :
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"j 4B> 'things'are posleto. boys,,until_ * "A ,breach of neutrality also has Sanitary Engineer : ductions are made on
Aey. become wit The Tribune. thinks the market been committed through the fact that

11 w' .', .. :0' '1 price of" rats in Tireless Tampa is too French military artillerymen in great I Estimates Promptly Attended Furnished.to. Jobbing < II : Shirts of standard integrity -

_.- .' The A:::B. C.'s,.oaght to'.get,busy low as,they are only Bringing 5 cents numbers have flown over Belgiumand PHONE 629 :
ei that,Arcadia-Tampa,,baseball war each' and the) European war excitement Dutch territory on their way to .

;.f 'el 'wwds.. : .Arcadia' has; demanded_ .. ,has ._not made the market very Germany." 106 Court Street -.-on Shirts known
Hat '-Tampa'Tribun;: l. t salute'the bullish. A nickel is a fair price for ,A semi-official communication published

K lag'aid."the.'\Tribune acting: like good'healthy.'rodents such as a Chi here today says: ORLANDO, FLORIBA { throughout the entire
_ -- naman'' would eat The authorities "The Havas agency of Paris is pub- 4-al-lm

1 ;:, < oi might raise the price of'-infected rats lishing colored accounts of an inter- UIOIIIIIOIIIIIIIIIIiIMcOULLOOWS. States as positively the
i San Francisco' i$:entitled Itothe to five:thousand cents each. A good view between the' German ambassador -

f y sympathy\.of;'the',...c.UntrrMillio; : s proven specimen bf bubonic rat, is at Paris and Rene Viviani, the : best

i ... been spent to make_ ..the greatest cheap at five"hundred dollars. each. French premier. The fact is that the mtlMMHMHIItllMMMDepartment. I procurable no per-

1. :exhibition ,ever. seen: and :the 4 French reply to the German demandwas
'.' itgarope.ii: Hkely:to:make it.ai "Who:owned the first automobile ,so ambiguous and evasive that son should miss this extraordinary -

;t,; i ynaly home affair.and. a'l losing prop- in, Orlando?" was the question we any further declarations must have

: rJ J'i ... i.all"down. the line.TbiIitn asked "tof. J., M.' Cheney the other been meaningless." sale ,
0 0 morning; "That distinction belongs

i:i .- . adages in. this head to Dr Harris," replied the judge. "His and the apparent certainty of many Store !

.t." iat: ".How, ,.. 'Oer" ">'..laeeme_ .Tax. Dollar first,'.car was a little steamer as. I bloody battles, he believes the, influence .
: II Spent by Uacie Sam." The Florid. remember it and later he bought an of the world's peace movementand B II II OF '

:..rte: edit'aha't'let. ;rech' +1.1.....s Olda n bile.. :Then ,Monroe Matthews the growth of the Kingdom of I ,
:
r.I.. .,' ate, bit. it. M good to. know bought'that big red" Cadillac with, a the Prince of Peace will yet avert the Jelly' Tumblers j
til* attraitfoae: '-Florida 'editor"akktopayaninooaetax. is front' door,, on'the rear end of it. terrible consequences of internationalwar. .

?f ": .... Then Dr. Person bought one and soon 'England, Germany, France and

: Q . ; -' after that I bought an Oldsmobile. Russia all claim to be leaders in modem Fruit Jars Mauliattan Shirts
,I Tw'bad'tiitatt, !,'all its" years ofyity After that. they.came so.fast it was civilization, but the most uncivil-
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'. aa4;:sobriety::Ae;tower of;the impossible,to keep,a'record,of them.:" ized thing they can possibly do is to f
."t M lap**:;,church( had to disgrace Who.has:the 'car in Orlando that has engage in bloody warfare in 'this age ) allkindsPiej
; ....., by;;stayiag '.ort; JI';:night last been the.most years in actual 'use? of peace. \,

>t, kaniag?against'one'of the big would: be another interesting .ques "The Best Known"and

_;;.--.k_j laws-':;on ....P. .. s tret, much, like tion. As ,we now recall them we believe The trouble with a good many men .
a trrta =- .of :die Obi-;All rNight T...P., Robinson has got' more is that when they have nothing tosay kettles

.- J... ,If--:'.MT_ ..:aeo''late''to: .,.back- years-of actual.service out of his car they,insist on saying it.
< ...... . .than'any::one in the city..
.j "Known
the Best"Note
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as
0 * 4DStagg Eat what you want.
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: 'Pdeat'Wfeon'aiks for:$250,060to is a through and through Eat aH you want. .
_ 9 Take a postscript and forget it. 2f S. 'rate Aye_. .
Miff' ,:.American*:;kome. ;f rom Fut optimist ,Notwithstanding the big For sale by all druggists. I .
e: '.A lewt....A. ago b .was aakfor'largi war clouds that. arousing, in Europe l-7-d&w.lyr illMIIMMilMMHIItlll :I -.i
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: a :good s"to )makes every. ; -
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American citisea affected ,with .the J' t.
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send films ? We develop
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C wanderlust, ',pat,up 8.b itr88lieient'. ". , your away
to.bmg.....him'! -kern,,and:if ,he failed i of the Prices
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to pvt 19"..tiM; .bad jost let him.make. : : them lOc R ll.McE3LROY'S some :
_- the of,a bad'bargain? I
-. '. i";'._'.__ =_' ._- _: : PHARMACY

.., Europe. fwffl' be'ib'eaebedbiblood., I ,
_ <,taooaaads;"of. fee"going manhood of I I Give, is'a.Trial. tlkk klfery I II 111IS. PI&NE 28. Try ear ke'Crall. Regular $1.00, $1.25 for . . . 83c

_. the natioM,wvelwd'will. be sacrificed; j I ...

.. .rt, bill fe. pwptiiy+ .will destroyed, : llMMIIimilMMMimMiMMMIimMMMMMIilMMIMIiHlillllllll Regular $ 1.50, for .. . . . $1.15

Q eotatiaii, widows. __i'J.M.1riu.::<. '2' ,beandiftMj : HliMlliMllliliMltlMilMlliMfcMMMMitMtltMtlHMMimimMMIIIMimi.- ' .. '
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Regular 1.65 for . . . . .
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f#.all;. ;The>crazy act : $1.25

'. 'l:of a -, : trhe:. t ht.. \.he, 'd .ta : I ': ". ,,,,.,,- :i. {<:" :

O> ,to.'.jwlom>; : by..<. |pjnitingr.oft I I li 1 <, C Regular 2.00, for .- . . .. $1.38
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a .. A e l family ,, i. .;: : ._ =." ,-- .
; AterrTp: prit '. : ATTRACTIVE THE! GRADUATES Regular 2.50 for ; . .
GIFTS FOR $1.88
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;;paL ,the lMitf OM L J., ....,'.. t. 1
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:- t-t"'" ._James sty, McKay: ; Commeficement Day-an important event in the 7 Regular 3.00, for . . ; . $2.25
'" !' 1' lives of yo wg people shcrald receive some fitting mark .
was: ye rday.af. .
of appreciation and en to coauB norate the
ternoon encouragement / '
,- ;;iRa, ;for appointeaent, 'Tke "'obieetion as poetmas.Yaaeed adagaiast -- < r ,*'fif.; : ?: V:
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.-.{\ :age_,,:and :aw Captain. ,.v" ." "orous McKay'11,physique was '', I '';it.f ;.'?. Regular 3.75 for ;.' .... . 2.65
'' ,' DIAMONDS AND WATCHES r.
and -t .
: ; tefityswept\,:objectionadder t; H'

:. '. 'Cap4in McKay':is an eauQen. :.. .: \ We: direct'the attention of'relatives and friends to Regular 4.00, for f . f .: f $2.85
; wen8ow.f andhasbeen: .
.iwet. .abesiaees"aid: :>pobtical.aliairs" prom- ; the many pretty and sable Gifts to be had at this ,

_ _ l ... .<<- store. Front,the most lexpe +e of this season's"newest
in!sooth:Florid i far:aevenI'g' J r - -'. ;T' 'novelties to the Ext.... Gift of a Beard Dkor -

.. tions., : =' ::0' . ; ." .....y." .;". . ..Ba lea.M Mil:a9MgtmeIL a Dependable Watch,:we effer exceptional. val-' ;.,t

;_ The war,in Europe: Ie.not going?'to ". .' ;, A visit to our store win be appreciated acid mvelvca'--: .
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bring hard. times wkhin itself but if : ,
._ ;r BO ob g U-toLav' ': I .'- ',p'"
TeIanity howlers are allowed full

{ ray": ',they will.:frighten people ietoI :< :: <' : I iL : ; < .
tines: : .. '.. .: -#
beHevfeg : are hard,' and when -' .. >
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1 the:people.begin}4.r believe a panic,is . ; f ;

4.the.becin ,to withdraw 'money r,
:from ekcslatioa:and create:the' hard : : ,- - - "s '; -1 f ' "
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times.theasdvee.So. ; far as the Sentmel -, ,
{ :ia:'concerned 'we prefer:to,,see ,
I the bright"side,and heartily agree t
with:aprom: t ,'farmer;,who
:yesterday;. '"WeH,.:.r.811.!glad o'( one ; DEPARTMENTALSTORE

thing' ,;anyway' :,The,war's. gonna" be Till.: Evans the Jeweler

; a fine.thing feasftirn rs.: .There'sgoaea .

be .sock,'a;::demand, for ,.hogs, / .-.:' Orlando's Favorite Shopping Place
: flora, eaUMge.aad,taters:tiat-we sin t _
: 'tk' 'f.. : OPPOSITE POSTOFFICl
c ifBftte ; .tnwt, and;sell direct. .II
) t' fea qi,'-\Jfs.a Urn''wind,that:don't

.\., Wew a few.doUaniftto. + '.somebody'sjmkat .. EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRATOiG
.f.... cr-. J.n._;:. g.' a'', bite. .' 'and. .LL clear. ;; ..,., : MiiMilllHIMIHMIMMMMHMtlMMmiMtH. '.

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J-" "' ;_ :_'.,'. \ -- ';' '" 'IJYS'ANI: sfLlJ TODAY'S PROGRAM ___ '. :"

;: .'Fitbir 3.,."f Wt reterday"ior at. <- ""', . .. f WARRANTS DRAWN FOR ) ':'i">
,;'ci a.: ;. ,. :-.4'W'. .:: Imp. Drama. "Jane Eyre,"'.a dra $1,012.64 ,TO "(p |
,; Real ESTATE matization of Charlotte Bronte's famous BALANCE .
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; I : i elll It At
l llen's"
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. j, . novel. Ethel Gaudon. the title ALL DIFFERENCES ,
"d;; '. .1Ir.' LT.tTra .N." 'J., role. .In two parts.
;ii"r+girt*. A,".t. the. .Srt. Jaf' n.1 .- : II Imp. Comedy. King Baggot and -
f ; - : Ethel Gaudon in "The Box Cou h." County Commissioners
.; j.6oq; acresstouth; of Winter Disposeof
,We are giving that basketof .
: away .
lira:.&. '...:'&'lieand. ., :;,'eea_, Frask., [; Garden .and west of fruit and a pass. for the entire All Business Coming .
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khtt; ,yortM fry &r, ,a: abort visit ',to, : : week tonight. Before Them and Ad-
,'1't.': '" Gotha,. including .10, acre :
.A--r-" .
:t t a journ for Month Give us a chance to show;.
; .rt-" {' ;' ..t. ,;. .. , ;;orange grove:. TjieXen-: ': Miss Jane Gardiner, Miss Frena .
} Ii '1.Ka k.it'Hri'( ,;&f'Taftwas; ;tire Frey, Mr.. Philip Frey have gone to ., you the newest styles in: ,
tract '
;(zee 1 afUr: iirinMB', mtereets ..inMtAflAAM covered with : Lake Butler to spend a few days with The board of county commisisonersmet : watches.
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Orlu Y. ftV1JTWWTOWj.: T j yellow pine.timber.. Two r-their uncle, .Mr. N.' A. Frey. yesterday morning with all We will trade in your pres-

.,F1' '< q u..rr':) T,miles of.l lake. shore.ilMIMIMIMIIIIIMimi. members present, M. 0.: Overstreet, ent watch or movement, allowing .
:'Chief::W4 .;oi;,,the:Orlan do .. Mrs.. A. L Smith and daughter, i J. H. Dillard, E. L. Brown, L C. Star- a liberal .
I you amount.If
t ,.' t Isepe: d Be:today::in Mrs. Albert Brown, arrived in Orlando I bird, and C. J. Sweet, and completedall have
idea of
"4faI p4'ea lNeiMl yesterday from Jacksonville business coming before them, adjourning you any
. Y on .
.. watch
getting a would
"'" ; ':cI' -! ... "' '" Me &r 'S. W Stewart and son; a visit to relatives. Mrs. Smith and about five-thirty until'Tues we appreciate i
'!, ,Mr. CbiaAkrki: of.Bise' iee; Sam, and Mr. James Stewart, were Mrs. ,Brown have many friends here day after the first Monday in Sep O the opportunity of

':")' o ctfce :bubeM. transactors among the, Apopkaites looking after who are giving them a warm wel':' tember. showing you. '

':'OiaOrLado; .yeehrfcy.H. Interests in the county metropoisyesterday. come. There were few applications for Our prices will surprise
"
: ,,,, reduction in r
.. " : tax assesments, and little you. .
eean;:; .J&. mi",A. M. Kramer, Mrs. A. Y. Fuller and son, Kirby, < time was occupied in hearing com ; :

5 ot wV: r Yotk,.areaeaeng, 1 the .guests ',Mrs. 'Nancy Sellers and two sons, accompanied by Mrs. J. H. Hughesand plaints. Most of the time was takenup

at the'Sw'J" n i.I, Oford and Luby Sellers,:leave today son, left Saturday by automobileto with the consideration of road petitions Allen&CoJewelers

'V /-_ v- .' for Scoring, FUu, where they will spend a while at Daytona Beach. and other routine matters.
r Mr.'aid Mr*. Irviag DreturnTempe ed join Mr. Sellers and spend a.c uple The little Misses Totsy and PrenistFuller City Commissioner S. A. Johnson

: ;,y* terday i ,'" ; ,where theythe of;months. left on the train yesterday to appeared before the board and asked .

'h 4been. ., join them. for the city's fifty per cent. of the
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>" ::: ,: ; 'Mr. ;H. T. Butler, ,who has been county road tax collected within the Reliable

'Mien; .. .,.n.'wJias' .,been '. spending couple of weeks, in Or- Charles W. Huggins, manager of city limits. The clerk was instructed D t Repairing

I gaeetot; .Mrs.7.-li. SeBars,'leaves toky lands P looking,:.after :his property in- the Orlando branch of the Consolidated : to get up the data in order that the
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,<,. .. griera+.'em! .'Waycross, .,"Ga. terests, returned.,yesterday! to Spa. -, Grocery company, is spending i matter might be adjusted. ", ll
Provision -
the was made for the
week-end with
: friends in the city. pay '
S.
tanburg, CrMrs.
'-k: . ment of district ,
\ A'E.'Aieliarde'lft' yesterday He is boosting his firm's new brandof registration officersat
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.-tat/:'Reeev le;'.K;:.a-: where >She wnromaindar '. goods known as the "Oversea." $10 and 10 cents for each person
: .,spend the :of the'summer., .*J..E. Turner:returned:yesterday Tampa Times. registered. ,
F L ; : K : ,from Atlanta, Ga., where she had I Warrants
: . were drawn in favor of D
i 4 Mr"mod MkW\'H..J Detive left yes. been.:to have; her little' son, K nneih/ Mrs. 'Wm., Smith and daughters, Seminole county amounting to

., ,..$'.t :'f"' fer, ",'raiapa,4whe_e' 'they ,Will I treateci'by.one of the Gate City's well Misses Millie, Edna and Lillian Smith, $1,012.64, in full settlement of all indebtedness II

'Sp Bd 'a.!cede. of" days. '.,with I rela.' known, -. oculistss.. returned last night from their cottage resulting from the di vis. :. [ =cIyur.Jmgfl !

ltift. ... . , ,:' .at Coronado'Beach,' :where theyve ion of the county. The amount was '
V, __ i 'Mr. R. T. Peel was a'south boundpaSsenger h been for the past two months.They arrived at on, the basis of a settlement -
'Itf.'H.Jt'DaeTeavee. today' for yesterday;afternoon on the will spend, a month at their as suggested by that county. . .. ,MtttM " MHIIMIHf . '..

.iL.'C.. 'raoeatwM' of_ ;'North_ :Carolina&, Tampa Special. His destination was home on Central avenue and returnto If the warrants are accepted all financial
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t wheie he.' "ipoad"..*, few Weeks',Tahr Winter: : Haven: where he went to look the Beach for September. differences between the two counties t
:e after his nursery. will have been adjusted.

.. ; *' Mrs. J. H. Tucker and children

\\:Yre.4 JehaFes der aad'chiTdr n .Win 'Dr.;: J. F. 'Maddox', left Sunday for 1 her mother, ,Mrs. A. Stenners, aye :Mill. THROWER ENTERTAINEd

:smveto, y fN.'JVille to \'is. Indianapolis to visit for a while. He[ i gone over to Daytona Beach to spenda IN HONOR MISS BELL

tt', jtmto, .Iti a4. Mrs. E H. will also'visit'at:Edinburg before going month enjoying the fishing and 1 G.COInsect

'L_"I! << ." to,:Kansas.City and St. Louis to bathing. They took their car over Mrs. B. K. Thrower was hostess

4- :_ '. visit his daughters. with them to use on some of those 'last evening at her home on Central

\ NofiectftriM. :meetiags in .the . .. good East Coast roads. Mr. Tucker avenue to a, large party .in honor of
a ;grove star:Cewwy.sehwl house!i A1IJi1YiW Hisses M. 'H.- :Bowles Florence, :will join them some time during the Miss Veda Bell, of Waycross, Ga., Killer Will Rid

: 'w"* *"T..;:.cam' .t'"" *isswptsautsst! .' J Frank;.and :;Mr. :W. 'Thigpen motored week. who is the guest of Mrs. J. M. Sella rs.
1' to Orlando yesterday from Sanfoni' -' Rummy and other pleasant games I }

and spent several hours. enj o ;,D.L the well known cigar were enjoyed for quite a, while and j. Your house of all
!hit. "ideyd ;jg, Tea1I. wilt: leave the pleasures of,city life. 9mmanufacturer, announces that Mr.fqhn then refreshments were served. The insects. Quarts
:
1; ,:Wc Aaiiiay for. ,J.dMonvflle: : lfiieiey.oar sail "" T. Homer has asosciated himself 'affair was thoroughly enjoyed t by -the 35c. Gal. $1.00. For sale
bye
j : Ae. :Lcaipee. :for"New; ,Among the ,,popular'commercial with his"factory and will handle large number of guests present ,

'Yorka- .r.) men'visiting'Orlando .yesterday were hiS brands of cigars exclas. velyJ Mr
\> ,../ _.. C is the hawley TRUSTEES DID NOT SELECT
4r :Messrs. H., Berry, Baltimore, and Hawley manufacturer of -
.:Mrt.F-M.B; ;; ..rk rMd: little child..J.,.'Hugh White, Jacksonville. They Straights, Havanas, Pantellas and HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL

Wt... ':ywt.. ay:'lef, ';ffiBeiftk_ M'tvha. x1i'wen" ; registered at,the'San Juan.A Porto Rico all well known and pop- Because letters had not been -
:,'Ae'wil; std\I several. weeks ular brands of cigars. ceived' from some of the applicants, THE SANITARY GROCERY

,With' + ei :' letter received in Orlando last the trustees of the Orlando high .

-' "\ .. night,:announced the safe arrival in BAPTISTS HOLD FIRST MEETING I school yesterday failed to select anyone CARUTHERS
"Mrt. E. E./Je;.lrinfl arrived from In-. England 'of. Bishop sand Mrs. Mann. IN LUCERNE THEATERThe for recommendation to the school & GORE ;

'dJaaftpotig,,,Ini, ,.ts'vieit: < hW:daogh-; They.reported a pleasant'voyage' go- Baptist church being partially board as principal of the Orlando 4

''ter,.,Mrs.';L aard :Bafiaby,. or Southstreet ing over and anticipated an enjoyable demolished that congregation held( high school The trustees will meet Phone 200

1'\aT,--" ', ,, ; sojourn, but'the war in Europe may'ca their services again at nine o'clock this morning,
J'* ' Sunday in the Lucerne hoping that in the 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
1 - meantime the
g se them to return. earlier thanth theater. They found this building cor.
i'' Peier'liidt.rnira ww aaeog the'Or.. y/had,. planned. conveniently respondence expected will arrive.
very adapted to their
..ten4o. .. '.,'folks.. Wd&g.iM__ '. .:. ,. eicursion' tj.- work, especially the Sunday swfi'1 In the event no selection' isdrool madethis 111" ' " .
::'to "T Taap 'over :.tlie Atlaatic"CoaatJ . CoL.&J .Mrs. J.. :N.. Bradshaw, as all the classes had ample room. morning the matter will go over ,

Line;y Poulson, in very appropriate to the September session of the IIIIIIIMilltiMiiililllMltillttBiltilMttl
j < the corner otf'Liberty and Pine terms school board, which will be ampletime >
expressed the sentiment of the
:Mrs: B.'Z.!'Sww4 the Pine streetf .Lola 'G. as school will not begin beforethe
,;., . -- streets. Mrs McConnell, of congregation in thanking Mr. Kent,
: umittore deekr,;:WM :aaeeg the' "Or-A Winter: Garden,;who owns.the ,placeto the manager} of the Lucerne, for 'so last week in September. GRAND VIEW
:
,:tai idoites"tak gk the: excursion where. The trustees are considering several
F [ 4' ; ', Colonel' : Bradshaw at. present generously donating the use of the
::Tittiipa.1.. .; Tee :will move to Orlando .and building to the church while their applicants for the principalship
-" ;: from other states, and are endeav
-;;; : occapy-.it r-
; building is being constructed.At .
1*Mr. Joe. L. Gaerasey left ing to ascertain if these applicantswill -
'" . '. yesterdayen" .. the evening service a programwas
the,nortbbead; ,3131.A.CiL.. to Mrs.:BrartonBeacham'and daughter rendered by the B. Y, P.. U., come to Florida and take the examination -

visit pie-of interest ia'.North C- ro- ,.Miss.Norma, and Miss Margaret which seemed to have an appreciative for a state certificate, Newest and most up-to-date hotel in'

t': JiBa''II' '':Teeaouee._ ,<... , Ehrman,
:_ : f."i";! .., d ; this Hospitable home for.some weeks, All servicesof the.day were successful also ability and experience. There are C anton ituated on Academy Heights.
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.>Jflf. 'W.;''R: SkB aeaa,'oae, ofdent the will leave this morning in. Mrs and the Baptist people are some Florida applicants and it
'' > is for
'; representitive. . citi' W6 =of/'"Maitland, B Beacham's large touring car for New pushing forward in joyful anticipation the trustees to determine th Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River

\: ;: "f'1. .yesterday.. in. 'od- ado 'lookingafter ,. York.. ,They .will. stop in'J Jacksonville, 'of ,an elegant church building in they are as well 'equipped for ; ;
,_ . .b. .'iBe"f'.1-c" '.natters. .Atlanta and''Ashevj1le en route. the future.HHIMMIliM . work as those from other states. Valley. One of the finest views in Western
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1-. ... ., _ . .. NOTICE
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_ ;_Jo- :_:; : North Carolina.
HMMtMIMHilMMMMIHIiMlimilllllllll" The .City Council of the City of 5'
I IIIIMIIIItinillllHIMMMflMllltlltmMIMmiMtmt Orlando, Florida, will meet,in special X
; session at the City Hall on" Saturday,
; l' August 15th, 1914, at 8, O'clock a. m.,
:, for the purpose of reviewing, eo rr

I .' .j ;(' :fu''n": E"R'. NE""TOD' !t: i7./.. ing ment the hearing and roll equalizing for and the,determining year the 1914 city, and of ass petitions ectMRS J. R. McFADYEN,

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e1'f.I/'two ,-reel Broncho'Feature OLD BAPTIST CHURCH PULLED Don't wait for every one in town to

I I ,ti '.-"'"r",;,..", .. _. ,\ LOST-Kit of automobile tools in DOWN have Entries, the painter, before
f1'" -; .' ,.' roll. Return to Sentinel office and About five-thirty yesterday after- you try. Am too busy to look you
receive reward.. 8-4-2t up. Phone 636, and I will be on the

; [. rTale :Q(; a.t Tailor' ** *" Another Beauty. ; Film f Featuring noon church the was frame pulled of the down old, and Baptist the JOL l2tfo.co
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:. rlJox tfCandy'and the Pass will be: given, away pulled down with block and tackle. Rid
.The tower remains standing but it is

; ..\:\,> .h.t ,to the:holder of:the lucky ,ten,, cent ticket. .-' now a leaning tower, the foundation Your house of all insects.

p' I tWATCH' having given when the rest of
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;.Firri FHw;I io-.Ceits.' ; lakwy 5'CeI & (Wlirei 5 Cells gracefully leaning against one of the ; For
T,V. t' --- >- _/* large oaks on Pine_street, but will be l salebyCarruthers
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Rent cte.,for this cotomn.. ilk for Me for thm day. or |LW tot MM week for
H :.wonii or less. Money anpt tteevp, '
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1 < ,'rOR'SALE'NarserJ ORLANDO
phwe, THE; QTY DRUG. ;( STORE, to,. seed yon one
: stock; one, two; three and
; ;down. pbta SHIVAR GINGER ALE. Drink one
s four year old ,buds; Fetter Early,
:pat with each meal' and. ,:Jf.net ,relieved, I'' am,.auto Pineapple, Java Hoaosassa, Washington -
F.. :.Gwried, ..charge.it to .tb ;, manufacturer. i.e NareL Address Mrs M.Gable,
Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-15-tf Ceient
Royal Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
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:SHIYAR A i GIIGER[R L LE[ FOR-SALE ;. r-ttetatcttrtttM MIIIHMHMBIl

Georgia peaches, wholesale or, retail MiimoMtnn
Fresh every day. Also have
: TONIC-IHGESTIYE-DELiaOUS fresh lot of Georgia cane synp, at Statement of the Condition of the
King's grocery. store.47 West Church
g ". ,_, 1i'J.. epaked with the .celebrated Shivar Mineral street. Orlando Bank & Trust Co.
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. \' !(.i vise;of. -C dyspepsia.or indigestion, or your money ( WOOD FOR SALE Orlando, F1&,
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- ail; fettled, by SHIVAR ,SPRING,: Shelton ,S. C. For the month 'of August I will At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.
, \ sell, at my farm, pine at 85 cents per
.t'!. :,' '-SOLD.BYCITY :....,, strand, and oak' at $1.00; also 'some . RESOURCES. +
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saw logs cheap. A. S. Hodges, R.1,
t : Orlando. 7. O-1m I' Loans and Discounts ... . . . . .'. . . . '$379,514 36
, pj pj'f a DRUG, STORE. Over-Drafts . . . .. . .. .. . . . .. . . . 622 34
FOR SALE-One five passenger Stocks and Bonds . .. .,. . . . . . . ... . . 26,018 33
: J. L. DEAN. 'Prop. Orlando; Fla. sell touring for $300 car cash.; a big Apply bargain.this office.Will Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37
:..1 11\\ '7-30-tf. : Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . .. .. . 291,393 48724,185

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,\ FOR SALE-Best quality heart pine $- 88
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;: fence posts. See L. N. Lewis, 406 .
't'r SPORT, LETTER a fan,flipped a beer bottle on the coco S. East street 7-144mo A LIABILITIES.

1 i. ,..:..- ,of.ah,umpire. 1 }.. Capital Stock . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. $100,000 00
.1 (ByTradk.G.:.Meake): ttt FOR SALE-15 head of Jersey milk : Surplus and Undivided Profits . . .. . . . 39,961 35
it Qe&e:> .fiaatar of,'our' beat en .Also, it's been quite 'a spell since cows. Jas. B. Porter, Lake City, I Re-Discounts . . . . . . . .. . . . .. .. : None
k f Jwed; ball ;pkyen are 'considerably Ban Johnson, Garry emnann'et aL,' Fla. BiDs Payable .. . . . . \.. . . . .. . . . . None r
,, :iwrrkd eve the:latest' move of,Dave bellowed. anything about "The Feds WANTED-Te exchange Vose piano, : Deposits . .. .. . . . . . . . . .. . .'. . . 582,669 47
'Pfllte' ,:pw d t' <-rf::the- players' :fratnuty Are a Joke." in good condition, for Victoria and I Due to Banks . . . .. . . . .;. . .'. . .,. . 1,55506
J\\ ,:guardian angel for;the play- ess records. Piano may be seen at For- : ,
'J art//: aid :mead -in-chief of the As,matters stand just now in the mosa.. Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland, I IF1a. I'I $724,185 88

,> :amy-tint'cavort* ,on 'the, greens ,in legal game between:Organized Baseball 1I I .
;c'', '-'IIIIIHr,_ 1 1i .and:the Feds,'the, Feds seem to WANTED-Couple to live en country : Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . . $291,393 48

i Davey ,meant. til:right, when ,he be two up and one. to 'play, having Central place. avenue.WANTEDPermanent Call .or address '400.West I I Reserve required by Law . . . .. . . . 116,533 89
,- ,MffeiUa. that:'tfee'Iatewlate: ComBMK6 won::out in, the Chase' and Johnson
J.t; : ,.Commission :should. look ,into cases; and" being rather confident-of position by. ., Reserve Ins Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59

U :,W.awl; basinws,, but heueeems victory in the,Maisans case... woman with family to support Experienced : .: Deposits on June 30, 1913 . . . .. . . $527,758 01
t te.leave.aHppftf a few ablea when,he .* '* in clerical and executive forceof Deposits on June 30,1914INCREASED . .'. . . . . . 582,669 49
Jt" "dW I to '.tte:..safgeation",that '"thfj.f Take Tour Choice work and capable of handling .>: : ,
Orlando and Chicago references -
s MiMriiajnn; ,. after. aseertaiakg the "The Federal League as.,a whole, people.furnished as to character and ; ': . . . . . . . . . '. $54,91148
l ieeiipti:aad.expeasea." ;:of,the..'variouseinbs.aheeld ,has lost about:$50,000 so' far."-Jas. ability. 7-19-tf
'1 1 : fix tbe.':rates," :A. Gilmore,.president of the Federal The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co. endeavors
I > . DRESSMAKING-Plain and fane to but conservative to be liberal? in its
q League. sewing of all'kinds, and work ready persue a progressive policy,
The Mess o#.J kaviag,the govern. "The Feds, so far, have lost about when promised, at room No. 6, over treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
Yt .'iel t'&/:the"rates: 'in" 'other,;' years $$1,000,000, and ,they'll lose more before Estes' drug store. Misses. Keen & Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
1' ,mighttew: worledibet'all,right':But ,the,season is over."-Organized Baldwin. safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
b ',thU year 's'; bit different' The ma-! Baseball, ,
,. ,-.of> they clebs'wiU: lose,heavily.. tThe ttt FOR RENT ::' III'I' ; ; ;;; ; ;IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII: : :::: :::11:1111I::::::::

t'\ tbfc,year,,and'..if' ,the commission. :'un- ,discussion',over just where one
;+iuteok-the -ofTfixing rates, etc., should/.look while: proceeding about ;FOR RENT-Cheap, small} cottagenear .-
: W. E. Stevenson's, DeLaney OSTEOPATHY'DR.
I: itweuU meee'thatthey, would.regu- the business of 'putting in > golfinge"goes.m street, south. Inquire of Mrs. Stevenson Griffing's Trees ';
g fete salaries.' [in' accordance, 'with then rri1yi n. Some of our I or Mrs. Dr. Anderson. For Sale';
Give Results
'leeei" -. 'This would laeen' that riD best:little experts tell us to look at !
. J. C .HO WELL
,'some. towns they players. ,not only the ball-not at,the hole. ,Others tell FOR RENT-Two office spaces in ._ .
S; ldn't,draw huge salaries,' but, 'at us :that'-we :should look, at the holeand our store at No. 9 W.Church street. Hours, 10-12,3-5( and by appointmentNo TAES. r

,-1 ..tfce'e&d of,the seaeon'they' might,find ,not... _at''the ,balL, Come Electric in and Co.we will show you. 3-29-tf Pierce extra charge'for house treatment' now. Office opposite P. 0. I Modern 8-room | :;
r' ,Ifcat'tfci'awed, : tfce dab":money; for -*. :S'aU'right,'f fellows,when'your ball Telephone connections GRIFFING'S TREES GIVE RESULTS ,

) ., board..., -aad"lodging.,, ',. is;only a foot or so from the cup. TO RENT-Some very.desirable mod Office cor. Orange and Central Ayes House 2 doors ; ;
One
reason:
jI. I ' ,.. One-pair of eyes can be focussed onboth" ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 663. lYTfc I
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The the best
F. C. iA Gritting are west Wyoming :
jMCkkk\ .'&r e" has juetWrittenani : : the' ball, and the: hole. But 4-26-tf ... DUAIUIUDENTIST most experienced propagaters
? ;iutu4e'ba .".. 'Art of,Putting." 'And. whaddayado when your'ball lies anywhere i in the state, and one or more | Hotel. Bar- ; ;
j'-"B barder' Wells.of'England' has from. .six to 25 feet.from the MISCELLANEOUS of the five are always on the ,
:i ';written one >on prize, fighting: :It's hole? Board man Building round. I gain.
: 5SHACKLETON'S .DYNAMITING done in all its branches. .. W, H BROKAW
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<< i,1 ITMto ;8koowrite"oae oa'"The, Art l' POLAR SHIP Clearing land is our specialty.Let Office Hours: Salesman ,
ft i ,ef'Baae1teg". : SAILS. us do your work.. Estimates 8:30 to 12:00 1:.'0 to 4:00 Grapefruit and Orange Trees I | A. L. Bentley
Lewis
'$ i th cheerfully given. L. N. 406S. ,
'--- Telephone 640.
:"9wee,, ,Though'. It; 'Pains Me/. ,London,, Aug.: IT The, Antarctic East street 7-14-lmo I ; 10 L AMELIA AVENUE

l: ; ,,be,a,,good' subject,:for_,BanS ship Endurance, which is toe.carrythe First class Brazing a specialty at NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet Who is satisfied er and decorator?
\ Ieiaem, ilh; !eyef'teok writing.. expedition headed by Sir Ernest Warman's Repair Shop o t Court St potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. If you are' keep the one you
Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican,
Charlea s, ,ofa"Brooklyn, might Shackleton,to'Weddell'sea from which 12-5-tf.
Co., Apepka,Fla. 5-24-tf No. 636. 1-20-tf( Read the advertisements daily.
write OB "Bamming the Cannon, but point the, explorers will attempt to

.'!Faffing 1weiIJ,.to;Sfeoot,, ,,"-,or".'"The'Man-Who" crossthe the'Thames: South river,.Polar today.continent.The'vessel; left Warman's Rubber Stamps Repair Shop.made to order 12-5-tf.at 1:11'II. : 83888888888888\'''''''\ ''i'\\\\\\t'''\\ \ ''"

I H'11 :. '> '' will.visit several English ports before ,A Sentinel want ad. carries your

i\ .Joe Birmingham,_ofthe'Naps, could ,, :proceeding southward. story .to hundreds of all classes, each m..IJ
:y >'.aa article "Pefinaate, ; The Art J' day meeting all_needs with quick; re- *" )

|'| rf'r'',lam. Them." :Frank. 'Moran, WE FIT,GLAS8J58, GRIND,LENSES sults. Get:the want, habit today, it
',V ,rf Pittsbwg,' AooW :write on "How I!I j jf' pays.
yijppad' Johnson j conversation)!". v AND,.DO ALL' KINDS OF .-

.aad.Ty.Ofeb:o gfet.to write on "How 'OPTICAL' 'EBPAQUNG GOOD 'BLOOD CIRCULATIONIs 1 They Were to
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'? ,te-:K i|).,Peace:With the Botchers." necessary to life. Good newspaper "
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Ji. ;.. i M circulation makes advertising -

paitl.ts.amEeropetekethatmthe' : :' ," know pay. it Advertisers has the circulation.in the Sentinel

< 'I| .UwUd;States.,.:]\'s.been' nearly:two -. be Married Soon
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t:1fi.eb ,aoee_ the..players threfttesedI .
tit:WMV'WvH f";'jBVVw MfcAm .'|tav4 AAli i'flft'.:'WiABtit fllUllicl tflllW arnndi, :Ty OR.' L H. RAMSDEUOfTCHiETIH r
| 'CeW.)',ohmmod'a.batcher:on his"pro-' .
,I t\\'bw .. than.fear, .. :meets', race Ttt I. $2.00TAMPA Came to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of,
l'.J; to McGrawfromA ,( llIillf Dr. a ,P. U ...) four or five rooms. T.hey'wanted their home to be attractive and comfortableyet

'(; Ae"war-: /,.laid i: mwe'tkai''', 'a week r, since-.. MLAS80 .' '- FLORIDA. the amount ol money which they had available for the furnishing .of .their

\,4 l . E home made expensive peices prohibitive.
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i i t' We/Will, Put the Reins :. AND RETURN much pleased with what they. had seen and took memorandums of what they

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,', f ",i. - -. -' Monday Aug. 3 is a typical. 'example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are
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> : ._. Let;our, epr:csentaJ&e -: grading from the lowest priced which are good, to the very best. Your appro-
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priation furnishing your may
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'4 .'i: -: ': :', ,:V-shaped radiator/nickel trimmings.<',Standard equipment:

7 > :\ ,11-inch electric headlights, parabolic.reflectors, bullet type side

,JL i tap lamps,:electric horn,:pump,:jack,;tools and tire repair_outfit .

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Nit:.PACiIieG-HOUSE'FOR'CITY: PORTO RICOV Sweet Potato Vines lr HlimHMIMimimMIMilliMmiMIIMIiiitlimiUmW. .

,-.6 ,....;...;;....., for safe $1.25 per M. ,J.G Tyner FOR SALE
Pine Castle, Fla. 7-31-3t ,
, rAe_ Tf0r deelBsively.; m the:Talky -
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<& e:is 'haves'_f;citrus. packing WHERE TO SPEND YOUR VACATION -
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plant;, A.,site "aieBg' the; Mi BARGAINThree .
ode of the'city.- .limits'. and- Come to" the Nautilus Casino at .
t ,near. the'me'':.::0i1, tanks,', has: Seabreeze-the' coolest spot in Flor- '
been,'sheeted;a.,tie baflding,:ia:al- ida-to'spend your,vacation* Perfect
bathing: houses and ,beach Freshwater ten acre tracts on
,lady;aster;caasfcreetiojL Contracts showr. New woolen bathing
' :have b.n;let .:'acoaaptete line.of suit and 'room, 25 cents. For men I,Orlando and Kissimmee road, New Goods Arriving Daily

Emodern citrus p* :machinery,to and women. !I only,two and one half miles ,
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fce'-'BCW Casino, open to the public free.
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,... Dancing,three nights a'week on the : from the post office, Orlando eWe
/EBfl.widBra, !Mach,local auto ,
largest and best floor in the South. I
: Will ,sell
dialen; ;>are meted m the new:ento Music by the.Crystal orchestra Regular -"'. one or all. The

't.priM :tke. "'t (bailding'the street car service, from. -Daytonato j price will double when the f I

>aadamq..' G.:Hupp of, Orlando .the Casino. 7-18-4w 1 : R
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Ii i Other sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson &: Co.
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to beaan.grr.ofkhe plantandaaar : ,
of trig'toft dealers,.of Chicago ,. HMMMMItUlttMIMIMHOTEL, .}' :I small, tracts for grove purposes made by Schtess Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
e.' and other :pouts will' be .:connected I at buying values. Also
: Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table LInea and Towel
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The: 'baiktiiig. ,-will"'be,"'a one-story, THE1EW[ .GRAND desirable groves and city Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

;,frame, .straetvxt;;; :.dteldO. feetwith. 'property at prices that command -
,frame- ;eo str."., .,- ftddO' ,feet', ; withalsid attention. 1tCe.- Best place in the dty to trade.
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;'foon ktion 'of: :coacwie 'is: already ,
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:laidadahig: ,wffl be"rushed __ J Cooper Atha '
'as l r***%V;'poetftte., 'ItiI.-to: beinalied t :i '

hwMa: .with," ,maekWy:'. :Afcoiliicly First'Class tF F 114 Sottth Orange Are. Grand FforPh .: ,W. M. SLEMONS

;rready'ssrsopon. tiec'_ : by''.September '
>v 'JO" -: : -.i Rooms' ,with bath, hot I <+ge.No 311f ORANGE AVENUE
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'TW" plwt..be.eqtJpjwd. rough, and,.cold water. "_

-'out with JtiM: A.:'J.'Ny;:m chiB ry, : Ppen'yf ar' round. f Workis about,to.begin on the depot 111111111'1111111" "' ." " ' " " I....

I for the T.. &; G. C. railroad at
inclodw two:swn,'rte, cavey-; Summer rates through
> ." i;Clearwater under direction of Contractor .
ore and,allotMr;*oten,devices:for !August,and, September.ORLLANDOFLA. ._ Wallace of Tampa. The depot
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'new" im\wffl :kp, :fifty':,.f'i ,wore 1i ;r Fare3' 2i -, '
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unhappy:the 'itdeeithe one against L, .: !: :IrOOP.M.. 'LenObeehod . :OOP.M.InliiniiiiililJ , .
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"y,;'/To. 'the ga.ot.Cariie, Hamilton : OR-LANDOWATER&LIGHTCO.
.{ tad Miyif.Hamflton, Individually TouringCar, $555.00
,( t aaA at wtom 4oug,bee as J !11f .
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Hamfltwi'.id!Dunn;of Orlando,,Ort :Runabout, -, -' 505.00 .' r:

-. ,.1 tinge::CowHf raid' Pistoiet, aforesaid, F. 0. B.:OrU 4L in.ewe fiBy., wupp l GAS DEPARTMENT' :
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3',md,day rf Wy, the said Car- t.ry- .prodKttea. tad the minmaii cod fa rMRkLbc t' .
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E,ruptl;!utd > the first. meeting,of:f j:.-.MM'We"rick.tto AwtiMi. we um> par aiftolH "
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their:coo b. .hsWat they: i. 'die,..,.. s &reana $ per.( .r '
'eoart'boooo iu wie Florida;: on) :, i utlllls WwHB'Aqut) ..;'em'1nbiI MJer! _and 11'_Aaput t. UlS.e ,:ac.. The construction of the,bridge over For I am persuaded that neither i Some one who had lived in the

19tb.. ..y 1f Ar u$;'J911, at y :Fes tofter ear paitkikn,Wftrttef.tteit low prim and profttiliatkc the San Sebastian river connectingSt. death, nor-life, nor.angels, nor principalities West Indies has this remedy for'mosquitoes -
10:80 .... at Hh time the : "r : ,' things : Pick bunches of castor oilstalks
t-I is nor present, nor
ors 'date, :pl u let Augustine going on very rap-
may ttfrp,jitye their
point a Trastaib.ImaiM'the bank- r. G-BUSH,. idly. The bridge. -is,being made,of re- things to, come,' nor powers, nor and tie them together. Hang
ip'sad sate other boai-! -' height,nor depth, nor any other,crea- one over.the dining table and one in
nose ,. ," , eome before! Ph 2M' 1 inforcedjconcrete, and,'.wfll be- finished. I ture, ,shall be able to separate us. the living rooms and bedrooms. 'The

the wd -".;$ .. in,the rough style. .Electric 'lights from the love of God, which is in I mosquitoes, so the West Indian visi-

::_ T _', .' . ,gptit;::1914r I -- - -- Win be erected on;the'sides' and,the', Christ:Jesus> our Lord -Romans, viii.,_ tor says, like the castor leaves better
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< find it $10 higher than for the same 1TTO.p !
; : : : l month last"'year, maybe you are inclined :

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;ThcPlacc 'To :Place Money German Lloyd to the grocer last year
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4: t for that company's ships for the fiscal
< :IT.MATTERS :PTTLE WHETHER ,amounted to the
': t" ,. A.. . '. year enormous Our
..-_. : rt: "YOU. ..WISH. 'TO; =START. .,. :A SAVINGS f sum of $6,519,000. The: appetites of ; Statement. tI
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hungry however,
,'., tt, t : ..'' -t ACCOUNT. - .,. ,TAKE OUT. 'A, CERTIFICATE . 1 not as those passengers of the ships themselves.were ;
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: '.n5 : 'OP DEPOSIT,' OR :OPEN- A. Into their 'fiery maws, down under I II Fi: Just issued by order of the Comptroller of the :
:ACCOUNT2 the decks, the stokers shovelled
R C s : CiSECKING. .' 1,791,013 tons of coal, worth $7,768- I Ft UI U. S. Currency, shows ; '
868. Just think of
This baaJfis behind form purchasing throughthe
strong any

'ef defeat' ;.you t : 'make. Its strong han meat year, and 8,348,867 1,044,686 pounds pounds of of fresh fish; I 11 j i [1 Deposits, June 30, 1914 $38.286.00 .

ti.. .... ; :cwl .fewdatioH,;:its experienced .officers, 555,771 pounds of poultry; 8,157,100 .

; and its system .of safeguards. ,makes the pounds of flour, and other articles in Increase, since our last pub- :.
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--.. at : : ,;';' .STATE;BANK".OF ORLANDO. J 'On each trip one. of the bigger ; 1914 f So/,538.Fs .' ,
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:: '.v-* *.,the'*.- "place- ,te'place,.your. wmy.j .". "= of six or eight days, but must have Increase, in past $12'8' ',1u1 :C if\\) ;
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D .. RUSSIANS DRIVEN BACK FROM ? depositors Are you one of them, yet ? L' ,:;:",,," ,',


\{ ; ;.,. .', ':;: '- .. Allenstem t JOHANNISBURG. East Prussia, Aug. 3.- 1. t J! ,

:';- .'. The fighting on the German frontier'was .

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:;' Victor Records. for August tier has been cut and also the light : F-
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1't.* 4 losses of the Russian troops are be- -

..; 'The' new. ,;list for August, goes on sale to- ] lieved to have numbered about twen- OPEN ALL NIGHT A good excuse: A married man FOR RENT-Boardin house with
: '.dayan;: / both and
1 snood/:tbis'yesr. A ;most:attractive list of the any killed although several have been I dependable,day courteous.night. Prompt tf, tell his wife that he remained out all I'I 7.1-lwkt The Magnolia, Boone_ street.

.L; :'popular; : best; hit, r'0n their Way to Mex- If you want your bicycle fixed ina Eat what you want.
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The county commissioners of Lee hurry take it, to Warman's Repair they were course women Eat all want.
gv, leo. ,f' :and,the; ,Barcarolle from Tales of Hoff-. county have awarded the contract for Shop. '12-5-tf. for whom large rewards are of- Take a postscript you an forget it.
;. 'man; reoorded .for dancing', To hear them is the court house to be erected in Fort I fered.-Mobile Item. For sale by all drugtts.17d&w.lyr.
'ip Jbuy:'(them;; Myers. The contract was awardedto KEEP AHEADOf
." .i' tf' F. 'p. Heifner, of Atlanta, whose your neighbor by reading the
; "W S. BRANCH bid was the lowest submitted. The Sentinel morning and getting We insure your life and loan you WOOD, COAL A rn ICE
... every money on real estate at 6 per cent
-- contract price is for $74,900, and the -
all the news first. interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,
., ;: -, Tki'Arcade INk Mi, Mask Store building must be erected in ten Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. Wood, $1.50 a stran up. Hand's
.' months from September 1st. Read the Advertisements daily. 3-25-d&wtf i I Coal Yard, phone 666.?, 931if't
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