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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.
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Publication Date: August 5, 1914
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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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GERMANY[ D DECLARES[ [ WAR ORDERED TO
.ir: "<;: o"i t'I'England's Demands GUARANTEED BY ENG- WAR,, RETURNS TO THE BRING AMERICANS CO
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)1 r,M k{)ten Warslup.Sic by;French. ,Off. .Coast of. Algiers-lBattle. in Fighting ,Between Two NationsIs German Liner Has More Than U. S. NEUTRALITY PROCtAIMFO[

.Y t\:,. Pregreee i t Belgiiim and; .Roar of Guns Heard in .Brussels Sure to Follow and England 11,000,000 on Board and I N NATION N NIS

r Is Well Prepared Was in Danger of Cap- I
;d lit.. .: ; Nayal,Battle Reported North of Scotland. > ,
;: . Cruiser Tennessee Ordered to
1i r;;< ' for the Contest ture by French
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f HersdfriFrqra Bas&iaa Attack Stranded American
.I -i: : London, Aug. 4.-Great Britain today Bar Harbor, Maine, Aug. 4.-The

.: \.:,. '" 'y Japan'WilLD'cclaro: .\ ,War sent a practical ultimatum to ((North German Lloyd steamer Kron- GIUM WILL FIGHT Citizens
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.' .1| /jtt<;- : /ITji--London' ,:;Au-* :.>,4.---(SpeciaJ.-r-The' ft-British. government tonight reply by'midnight tonight on the subject I than $10,000,000( in gold and whose Has Seized German Wireless Washington, Aug. 4.-Spe .)-

y; % {reached-.decision 'f or.which' the;whole.J world has' been waiting, of Belgian neutrality. whereabouts have been more or less Station and King Makes a President Wilscn today issued: a proclamation -

nia wteven:boforethe expiration I' gian border, the appeal Belgium to New York last Tuesday, arrived in I I American citizens here end
abroad ,
pi v .jLn NMB-u: .wA.":final.:.uvi :}>vvrM.uiany, in ;which: .'the demand was Men to Arms : :
) ?f i'''iw a i lforl>a:satisfactory. reply as to ths maintenance' of the 'neu- Great Britain for her support in preserving the harbor here today. I to avoid ell illegal' acts.

k ";,trallt ..of Belgium,;Great Bntam.was\actually at war. neutrality, and Germany'sunsatisfactory The Cecelie! dropped anchor at 6 Secretary Bryan was informed by
.* : reply to England's request o'clock this morning after forced Brussels! Belgium, Aug. 4.-Humors -
T '= 'j.Absolute refusal'to,comply with:the:British demand that Bel- a I Germany that ro Americans will bo
t ': u,:wfydtiy-:i should LL Nf'repected\vas; 'Germany's reply. The for observance of the treaty run of four days,.her officers fearing were in circulation! today: that I dlowci leave Germany while: mo*

||vvtej; tih,:government's-:notification! Jo'Germany that *-state,of war guaranteeing Belgium's neutrality capture. Germany had actually declared v/,ron biliration is in progress: 'I .:.o S.;).te
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'i are the causes' of this action on the With her of ten millions in department has: notifioijand ,', donaJ '
ll.| wa 8 i te isidcred b Great;Britatn'tbVexistbety i ; eeri the two cotintrieitioJcwiBd I cargo ,
;ail | ..but',a{,fewininujes; 'after th3 British ambassador at part of Great Britain. gold and a million in silver, consigned German trcops. crossed tfc.2 frontier ; consular officers rb-or.: 1 to r.s.j .

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U i .:- ."- ;Grcat.Britain L 'is'"thVrallicclwith RUSSIAFrance, 'Servia. and Grey's speech indicating the British t with an estimated value of over five the Dutch. Belgian. and: German: fron i hosiQ.Thirty .
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a f,. Montt ne o;against;Gormanid; 'Austrl ..Hu g : attitude in regard to the violation oi1 millions herself the KronprinzessinCecelie tiers.A ship'? arc avr.1" " c'r>

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I4 t': RUsI :and::German 're.md 1g ierattitad ...:; ,. second ultimatum from Berlin' to \ finest sea prize ever open to capture. left here for for $2O3.00) : 'ie.'f r! '; '.
." t' .!"is preparing- for: the'defense;of hr:'n,: utral'position\ j 1 Brussels, saying Germany was prepared i As she'crept along the Maine coast Antwerp during'the the crdwr Terr-n n'c rl:

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1;z: vie t un'a, :-not J he aggreeo> ,before PPQ shall; decide. 'afb\el Y : force,if necessary., The British government j of, night each deck at every port hole newspaper that the Chronique announces millions Jn goad to relic:: o rTI',1 z
Ih s. .,:Jo.i aidBritisli: :arms. .. .. : h: - ft'- '. 1 was 'officially informed by was blanketted with canvas so that seized the Belgian authoritieshave Americans Assislan1, :r-- iry o*
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1 :Apraclmation i i\6f:neutralityis'expGete'4 hourly from Spain; jd' Belgium today that German troops i not a gleam of light betrayed her installationset War Breckinridge and E. ? 3ick-.c1%
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|| .r / Meanwhile; the frp/ rimai'Y' issue,.has. been lost sight of, even by had invaded Belgium and, t1i that e !! whereabouts... Her four stout stacks up school in the of'th 'Red Cross, will ?'> c hor i')
violation of the country's neutrality had been with black { Belgian capital. take charge of relief work w the t;...r
= 7Qfliiitrira] ( itAAtt.r' el'QnginaJ dit' Iy: }nyglyed!. ,, ; ,>- tipped paint so '
.. It. ;/| --1Tt ryMilemojing4tf: certairf..exteot: oh':,Servia,; xvfcfcjh.J; the :British ioreign secretary,i that she resembled'an English steam. King, Albert of Belgium presided zone.'' '

n lea been:yertedxin. ;';her. main,.operations to the defense of her;yesterday intimated mast. be followedby ship. toy!! over a joint session of the Belgian The cabinet today devoted its en-
}L. borfror'" >rsgl a g'jnvasionT! 'ISerViaj on. the other hand, Is1loblljcddjiritfi. British action: had become'acemplishea -" At' one time capture seemed immi- senate and chamber of deputies.He tire session to the. discussion of the

1 c. ry!. __' is .Y; t :;mteIbo! "of.'invading. Bosnia.Was 'fact ; nint.. Captain Charles. Polaek reported said it was imperative that every European crisis.UNITED .
Belgian should do his and
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1{ { '...- '' ' pvernment to be prepared for any I wireless message. from one French himself to every sacrifice that mightbe

:(- GMflY;' :First: tp. Declare Wart ,outcome of this grave situation was vessel to another giving warning necessary in order to prevent the A D DECLARATION[ Of WAR

; .,' ,.Augk4.-.al.-( : ::':isofficiall3rannotmced. ..that further' evidenced today when, the the Cecelie's proximity; but. under the violation of Belgian soil.

X' the: ,, ermin. . .re }a 5 E Iand's*ultimaf um ,was unsatisfactory reclamation( mobilizing' the arm y protection of a providential fog, the The king proceeded:
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tfoiih German Lloyd liner danger.
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f. .:.:: fiondoif:;AugiCSpecialOrThe:, .'official notification,of:Ger- I meeting today indicated that the other .350 government in declaring,that we will STATES NOTIFIED
.: t of"' 1'&::dedar tion:6f.,war'against England:was'--given oiit by'the :strong peace advocates' had with class and 36 steerage passengers. maintain untarnished the sacred THAT STATE OF WAR"
About a.third.of the first class were patriotism EXISTS
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1j "Britiei f i gn office ton ighr as.follows: drawn. of our fathers. Long live
Germans. Most of the rest
'F"I'.t. "H"is Mjesty's 'government..has":been informed.that Germany The open breach between France were independent Belgium! France Merely Says "War Is

\ .rkaeelwred:war,ontine, country='at-7:. P.;in..today,'and that his majif and Germany was rapidly followed Americans. .while Premier de Broqueville then made', Declared," While Germany's
Friday night dance in
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fly, fSWf' :ioAwsador ':was ,handed his passportsl A\ state off ,war bj'the 'appearance of, German:troopson progress, of the noticed a statement as to Germany's ultimatum Notice Is Practical
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!t{,? efoee exists etween; ;Germany,.and,this c9 tiy.from 7 p..m. French territory, and by an incursion that the. position passengers of the moon- to Belgium and the reply of Belgium Declaration
tt: -.Ast.4ths of bomb hurling German aero- that the
declaring government
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,* t : 1r which attacked the fortified port Washington, Aug. 4The German
i't <: planes side of the. ship. Before the significance would not sacrifice the country's honor
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'Y German Fleet Bottled Up by Britiii'nAu town of Lunevflle without doing any- of this was realized the captain and that the nation would resist I on
States
: than today that a "state of war"exists
"' -*-' jt"> '.i'' "Ofi j JLofldoflf '" - - thing, more damage aroadway. called the 'men into the 'smaking by every means in its power all encroachments -
fi: ,-. .: .,4.:--(Special.)-It. was:learned on high authority 'French airmen and outposts were room. on its rights. He added: between France and Germany.That ,

.,.tL : 'fleet liaa.been bottled .the north of,Denmark. of war, differing from the latter only
*.:. :aan : up by :English jerman territory.A been declared between England, Upon this land of ours we shall not technically.The .

", more tangible occurrence,was the France, Germany and Austria; ,we weaken, and even if we are conquered
> j : FreiKh Wanhips Sink German Cruiser bombardment of,a French naval station are going back to America. We have we never shall submit. ,Belgium notice from the German consular -
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> ''.. at Bona, Algeria, byta, German enough coal for our return home and supported by the united energyof
; ztPari8 1 ;: ,..Aug. 4.-(spe -i&I.>-French: warships' have sunk the cruiser, 'which, however, retired before it is my earnest )hope that we shall her sons will not perish. the same as the announcement in

ft $ riBin"a.. _. '.-i rPanth-s- ai ;t her.> ; according. ',
"! : .;' ., : '. cruising around the Mediterranean vessels." BASEBALL RESULTS
France full
i> NyaI' 'BatH : $arthardsof :Scotland where it is be'sought. by a considerable There was nervous laughter, applause upon the beginning of hostilities.responsibility for
number of French vessels.As .
war oaths, congratulations and National League
n' : .' :Aug.- 4.-(iSli ecial.)-!_England's; .order for:w-ar 'SnOw to the fighting between Austria protests But all this gave way ,to agrave.state .Chicago 1, New York 4. States The and notice other justifies neutral countries the United in

,feeiag flashed to the eel and the combatantsin
t : '- ; Servia original of. apprehension as the Brooklyn 1, St Louis 0. the issue of formal proclamations of
} : Ne confirmatiofl'has yet been:received. of a' reported naval 'en- the war which has spread over the seriousness of the situation became Boston
; ;.. 1, Pittsburg 0. neutrality and sets in motion all legal
t :. .' t'iiottli ofSttlaud. greater: part of the European .mainland apparent. Electric lights were turnedoff Cincinnati 3, Philadelphia 4.
., of..the,wildest'kind were enacted 'in the West End to- reports. come from Nish;Servia, and the ship was covered from machinery necessary to empower the

r>"' .f after;'the'!declaration' of::war.!, High demonstrations.. that the Austrians had suffered a prow.to stem in a ,shroud,of canvas. American League German in the government of actual itself to proceedas
;, <:MI',in'front of Buckingham(palace, where; .the king is. An enor- sharp repulse and heavy losses at the This smothered whatever beams of Cleveland 6, Washington 7. case declarationof

;; *IBOU8 crowd is,parading' the' streets :of* London tonight, singing hands .of the troops of the Balkan light; escaped through chinks in the Detroit 9, New York 3. war.
St Louis 2, Boston 1.
:t.* patriotic nation.
songs ,
v stateroom windows: : According to the
'- France Says "War Is Declared"Paris
YritU&Ben 5 4.
Philadelphia Chicago
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D : .Belgian* and Germansr U. ,S. EMBASSY PROTECTING latitude, 30.21 west longitude. In two Federal League ter of war today issued this note: s ;
., ,_ I' ; ; would have dOcked 5 Kansas 4.
- ? v '. P - FRENCH IN AUSTRIA days she at Plymouth Brooklyn City "The German ambassador has demanded
,". ._ ;Bruwek;Belgium,.Aug."' .-(Special.)-A battle is'in progress oJ Buffalo 5, Indianapolis 4., his passport and diplomatic ,

: ,| ',betweea' Gennwi'and Belgian,forces" and'the. roar of:siege guns Vienna,. Aug. 4. The United States Louis 8, Pittsburg 4. relations between France'and Germany

4: :can .be distinctly beard. ;according_ to_-a'report' ,published. ,in a spe-. embassy here has undertaken the THE WEATHER Baltimore 2, Chicago 1. have been broken off.

\cMe4ition' of Letoile' Bel e.j ... protection of French citizens.resident Southern League "War is declared.
1 ' Florida: Local thunder showers
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;1', ., ,: :,, ; ,:, in Austria-Hungary. Wednesday and.Thursday. Chattanooga 1-5: Memphis 0-0. "The first act of the Germans, according

.,. j Germany';;,Make l'. : an. ;/Appeal: for. "Money ,ment.Both games seven innings by ..agree to information from a posi '
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t'. :Bwlifl,'..u .: ..-..(Special_ ):-A>wodd/wid f appeal ,to all ,Gerjsan.reeklentfl President Wilson Names Delano Nashville. 2, Atlanta 1. was to execute M. Samain, former war
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.of foreign countries .for.funds for the' benefit of New Orleans 9 .
'P ,; > Montgomery 0 president of the French War society,
V; .,; .tIte'f ails'ot Gran soldiers: :now:camwigning, has'.been;"is.sut.tt For the Federal Reserve.Board 'BinningJiam-Mobile rain. who lived in Metz, and imprison all

: the Society,for:the.Cultwationfof.:Germamsm:Abroad.' 4 Ger South Atlantic League the members of that society."

''l x'Bum, banks-':in" both'"this. ..cwmtryjaad.... bfO....\ cfwill.' receive, "!l .. .and..- .,ac-. i' - : Columbia '6, Columbus 2. ,
.T kaowtedge" . coati utJoaa. : :Washington- ,Aug.' 4--SpeciaL--1 of 'the;Wabash railroad and is now Only game played. DR. ESTES WILL OPERATE A
t i c President Wilson today sent 'to the! receiver,for the road.-: BRANCH DRUG STORE

,( ;BiI n'D; II to ftweat 'Panic.:Here senate "the name of Frederick A. The 'senate_ will, hasten consideration FIGHTERS CANT COME BACK Yesterday Dr. V. W. Estes dosed
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; -" t... "" .. -.J -,: )" ,. .L Delano, 'of Chicago: for the va al1CYin' of:Delano's-name. It'is expectedhe Washington, Aug. 4.-A bill to exclude a deal for the Winter Park drug store

.j:. ..A.1ir:,..4=(Spe ialThe.,housee. .-andd,senate' today the'federal reserve" board,caused will be confirmed without difficulty from readmission into the of Dr. J. A. Trovillion and will conduct
I.bMk agreed..oa'a conference report.on:the amendment:to.the'fed.. by the withdrawal!>f:Thoi..R.'Jones as he!has already received the United:t' States &i aliens who leave it it as ,a branch of his popular

.elal reserve:act-tovideforthe?isSu BCe" of::emwgeficy'{curSpeaker- Delano is'a Republican and is a member approval- the. .senate in his confirmation to :engage in a foreign war was introduced Orlando pharmacy; increasing the

Iuq'up to-a\ billion :dollars, fills- -billa'a. . i8'.bY. .' of,the federal commission:on-.industrial as:a member of the com. today Representative. stock and making.it thoroughly. up;to
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"SNORtH. '.ORANGE .AVENUE.' Opposite 'San Juan Hotel ORLANDO, FLORIDA ;
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: beep.s aeq1ted., ,. ,,UMtod States> governiiteletpal: : I'- ,

\M .;:He via alYied rdYi'i eaoearr : itt It,,,.;.' w..y/41",28'0.12 foe.IoetaQeitpaiO i

..... ..-, .JdI'11 :'_ .:brifig sixty .toss. .of geld c
..... \ ...... nl tI'<.Htttfemed :'... free. PIledertoNear. ; ; York., The
;to'p* Mi.ten* k;,.4: poatag*_cfearje:was, 'paid by:the treiaury -' CLYDE :

:fir *. .JtK t9;the Loid J ms. 'Christ, departmait 'to..the. ,postoffice de-
'
wfee aleae iWe t0. eoafeft and. :sw-. partawutOn.tccoflat
t..,. ..ne.= at ivieL: : Y .: of the -exportation of Oily Direct Line FFOB 4n

:!Thk writ*...4 him'in:.Wi 6-, vart,araw; '''ol gold.to:Europe :recentytfce :
fond. tiBTtrwti: r-fc tad a$ ."litJMre. running:lowand
: *:; : J ; was.. r
,.-':' _wkk, '' .G L 1:wick',,cfcwrf. alewe, .tJti:tmaury,.departmeBt *

'' .he'esidi'gdik' htetoeles'rt: ; wife' on1; 4i:Philadelpkia,mint for rtl Fare tackles Meals art Sialer"
.Ml wJ y<:'... tfciHiin 160, It was sent by parcel : .

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ewe' tfc m, t MB.mdy>, ''go 10a4'aad.,twenty wagons, guarded by

w wb'ever. .'"God ei&l. -,..- .'...? poUceaea,,.to .transfer: it from the and Good Returning

'With.bis'ta: BO AiM lit'. Cod 'hepMaed railroad station to the' sub-treasury.: :to and Including
;(
_. ;avwy;;epiUtiy 1'at'l, ,:" : '. p.'.m. on, Scheduled! to Sail
.
tits 20& af Joly.. He was J.W.O.-t
:1 ia.:tae: omitify:. Cowjaeet. ','cSrisin J UCh STATE.NEWS ,NOTES Saturdays at 2:00 P. M.

. ; :::rely ',C.vH. Baker -
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From the Gainesville Son
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For Further
; bwial servicenThe
b tiful
a '
: .
The tworic ;of the erection' of the
"of..die Bpiiftopal ctedt foiSt'Petersburg began i
new plant :
gas
.. departed WTM'to_mourn,theiraeaae yesterday, when';the crew from H. G. WENZEL. Fla.
:
tk wife; l f chH :the f athre4fcer
: a< *
: '
: R.D: Cole.Company, of.Newnan, Ga..,
:MtJ. sad':moMfess relatives
: >egan e" erection of. ,the container JACKSONVILLE
;aitdfriIMLs.
orthe gas.. The.&teel for the frame-
r-; work of the.boflding,, will be erectedsoon
'
-. :The,wife,of-(Uceased, ..d'the fathr 'the ,
. and )riclan s ns will begin
,e !and jaetfew would Jew m readerfa -
work. ,The building will be made of
'
g heartfelt,ftariw> the. neibborstied '
..' paying I.biek'makingj; it novel :and
: \ i "who', : "
f ri" h vt. BO kindly'a = '
:
; .. JailW' : as.sOOn
theethe'fsehees "of. their will be ;begun as the pipe. ,

6i'd oneaiedfor.theeir.""aympathyia arriyea'A; -..:: : :- ,John Stetson
,.liar..,*... _
pomp .of 12,000,000: gallons ca-
:
";. Ga de, Goolfley.' <. . et1d.v19; _be; 'installed by the city LINCOLN IULIEY, PhJ., L11t.1.
t' Mr. a.d *e. ieeeb Gool by.
' "'c..:" of;,Jacksonville in the. place ,of the '
fe.: , : umpa-ow ,in 'operation. ,The new DeLAND,
TIE LONG1NG FOB CAMP LIFE '
.
'_ jump will be able;to supply all :the THE COLLEGE GRADUATE DEPARTMENT
't' wants of ,the .cityand the.old pumps Courses leading to the decrees of Master
Whether i 'is;an;evidence ofoiu': THE COLLEGE.OP LIBERAL ARTS FOR
will be'nsecl:only ,as caw i1iaries. The
for admission. Twenty-one departments in
;barbaric. :instincts, .or"imtAthe'fact; reMain THE COLLEGE
OP LIBERAL
-- res rvoirswnl.OO, combined with a ARTS FOR
:f *:that;tJte;;love:of::outdoor? life' ., J dormitories for women and a separate ,
; Dewaerating basin, and as the'work THE. .COLLEGE OP LAW-Course leading to the
fee t breast bi: man, '
deep' fe every is' in progress; they will be finished mitted to practice in Florida without
'.-, ...,'.....tc J i IcL :Cameg'life. ; ,is January-1. THE COLLEGE OP ENGINEERING-Courses in
'. by and Chemical engineering leading to
the_ _,l 'U.w.e."* aeapSatiete.Yoeag'n THE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS-Especially for
oWwjoy' .it ";It>*no.longer.'necelearyto .- :. mal courses and special teachers' courses.

,._,, "; : .go:-out''into. .: ;:the woods' "andstep The rails for the street cars of Miami .THE- Shorthand COLLEGE, Typewriting OF BUSINESS-Besides courses in History !
ordered but if
bye'b they
,, a lewa-to: '.or.open_'.ahed, upon n , THE ACADEMY Sixteen units for graduation.
'Jot :rfwiry.bo:' for in :thesedays are not kept in'sio k by the rail mills 'Princeton. Chicago and all high grade a
(
a : g asl -
THE SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS-For
: '. ds'd.Ht the:workof. );laying the tracks twill
;: at"any :sporting 'g manual training mechanical drawing ic.
: ;: one can'fiad' -an',"oatfit" :from lave.to,be'put off until'a' later date, THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC-Separate teachers for
and it 'is'doubtful whether they will harmony and chorus work.
'llaifrel -to teatnNBlt.wf-givehim. : THE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS-Free hand and
-- be laid this summer., The rafls1 demanded and
'in' :: ':1aec6mforte of Pastel water: color.
..t.JMB caatp,.. .' '.
: 'shelter. 'botheeiahlea by' the 'council: were extra
e. Mcouch'and are SPECIAL ATTENTION IS
'. 4 .. ever one, 'may: ,,be, sized and 'the mills may not.'makeem
fa,small.order.. 1. The Preliminary Coarse in Agriculture-
rat ody.frein thestand pointofcom- :
; organic Chemistry, qualitative and ;
,.JOn, buthealth.r: 4c j' ( istry Mineralogy Geology Sc.
!-' ., 2. The PrfMedical Course-Physiology Biology
The'C demand forrcg,places is'WPr'.JMt i WIRELESS TIPS. '
?
.% ology Zoology, Botany General Chemistry.
.ewy' :&e>e-Jat' the, sea; kt ,: tive and Quantitative Chemist1'7. t

;tt-e Y ;.'in the' -woods,'and on the
:W : '';.',: :Presumably. ,:the.-vogue.. .forea4 shoots.. It has been'a long time. : :

')iff WM.first;stimokted.by,the

retl4eiiiii, f _,>Aed,'caffip-meetiags;,, .a"'.few d ,. -:Ad. :yemen. '-l unt.,and' hunt 'and .1':3
:'il r eh; il reaain.as'centers'of re- hunt'for pleasures as they roam.They

'l_: '._ _, .in the ::groves, little. ..dream of the" good things. lying. WHERE, SHALL I GO

:. 'I.,INttple8.: ". dormant,right. at home.,
'li'wii :;:Jovehe"'Uve' 'oatatidaf FLORIDA, STATE COLLEGE a

: a,; ,commends fJ .Jt,.fromaw =The two up td te bandits'. who FOR WOMEN ,*V }

'dts! t of b health.:more'than ,a robbed 35 coaches in the Yellowstone TALLAHASSEE.
few.tW'ettiac :the seashore National"park seemed to know their
along College of Ana and Sciences;Normal School;
1 f4imtxtn business. Robbing 35 coaches beats School of Music; School of Expression;
woods.
i| Where'a .
r the ,
School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8
o
',.::1.;I ho...{for a'.:week-or two,'a tackling .freight cars. School: Modem Gymnasium with swimming Law; S L [ [
': '. pool;,lIuket ban and tennis courts;new and College;
kaiant\ in the woods a-few
| pknic : r modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormitories vision;
: \ from home,''wfll.make the week's If you want to.get a real live:opin- have all modem conveniences; .new ings, r
room'and in
lining kitchen most hygienic many
'-. !ajo"t, ; .,be-,lookedforwith; : inarii io f.the weather lIWf'ask the own Florida; 418' young ladies from 49 counties
H '.Therepis of automobile after it has and 12 states last session 47 |
:: appreciation. er a new TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign
.soti4thi.g,ia the_a erp\; a iif camp rained' on a Sunday. SchooL Bond and entrance fees for the
year $124.00. For catalogue write $132.50
.. .e' s -:bragseut;'heL.beet'thinga: a., EDWARD CONRADL President. _

-I ',;..our;,aatift.A A;few ,._,,1M: with an,'Meaata+ *!: shower not:worying, much over pure food,, '

( .lilspa' .t'ia, .w. l r" ile.alk4oiae. ., ;" ,good-. .-. or the determination of the state'com IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'_. $

'.1A.t. tt'.1 1 .Y..w. . 1 ',,-"..,. :mission's.. ;department
-
PATJOHNSTON'S: .Go_ AT8C, tfSE Canned good intention someteimes.

..' AMUMiaWT. .. :IN.:JNOILANDO' toil:if kept too.long.. 1 -. . i
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, ;i: ' :.. I 'r. '
.,
.:_P t latiiiten'ahipj> 4 two'.car loads :

.tf, caVto:'aad, ''sae T dtil.et'Week. ,
:_ WIW 'to Orlando. From:that AnnualExcursionA.tl .
:
:ahlmlea'tM" \;.:' were' "driven", "to''Xi -\ ,: >;.

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'Cbukie'Denegae. Joe:Jekutoa-aaBrfy 1

:iN.'k ':of.tWa Z

: .hull to:the lot of:Joeto ,,..

fW.' '4Hte n ,tke coats., One of vIA %m;

the little'goats. ...a'.I1Ma/' paavtwity -. t+

..., terM.1', R'IB Ortaado' and:" a d

I. ,,grea; .. deal. :at... tkM-' '-''''-;,;ui.f.in. ItiarilkLine \ ,.
;-..., it .tittke' Hy on ;assent ,. \ sP
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<&.Ii.h ariBg kaMt el getting .under ; )

.:., Athe ,hewes J :a>td-atsyil g'; 'there. i t
> _the < :half the ; ''TIS.,,FROM ORLANDO I
(PaaMy, by ".Kelp.o ,over.
i peftilatiea.of Orlado, wd by the-'.- Waeea; D.:C. . .: ,$,22."
ki ef ::pfeetf.flilitI of tin .
h lee
o{ a ;
RWava> ; .. . . ., 29.90Propirtioiite
eM and'waB;paper, H,oeasented to

.<.hecaptered; 'and?toek\k ;:..place,. :with J.. VL uu', . .. 2U9. .

:,iihikab4ar. low','rates'. 'fnMP"
L The'teip::to Kimri ..;n:waa .not etfeer Settk Fterife\ :
.
.1 NIt..f. Wii.t.'J: .

".. ......... ..dii( 8 :RATES FROM ,'JACKSON-
.
,
air M ,eWeet.aad, largest t-tl.tJM '
yiLLEWBmiagte .
;diets, wW teemed'to ie peeseased of iig1=
;
: ,
: N. C. '. . $12.99:
'h ale::7A zed'iisi-. '. -.'that. -- ,:.W.:"lareat'..-." '": retarn. .. .
he.e;, 'Hawevee;. be, .w*. 'qpkklyaad WlMUfrSale' N. C. ,, '11.99 :

dragged in{the}wake ,of.tke JI t'S Irii ss, Va.. ;.-. 18,5 .

... !"pmeeewft.' ;'. :':AmeAer.:>.tte goat' BMke,.'Va;.>:., 1&25 .

r' ;weee' feet,were toll here' to allow it Chatega" Tears: -.. 13.88
: ,
% waft, was carried,by i Joe: on ,ale
ere._;t Mlt.tf.tH. way... 'This Tate. Static> ::_: ._ '15.50 "The Finest Sewing Machiae

,.F' ,funiaknd'. :, beaitifil ;:object. lesion. $.i1'--T! >!; '.,! 15.y M

..f. e' .'....'.. be'kW-- .to.Al, .amaw .-. !kiio4h,.Cave, Ky. .' 17.95 THE
,. .:Jt}:"'- ,...."fif ': .Xi Iia.ii. . Wars Sfris,'Va.'.. 9.99

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: s Attgi t 12tk hit.
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.f afar seHiflg prices elsewhere.. Get
-It v t:_,aeS'..'.,.:that ; A3OtIa. -- :

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:': ', THE "DAILY ",:"-iVFWii lIJ.lEb TAVARES-A 'GULF'JVILLIWLD--: - :KOBE.. TEACHMS: ,APPOINTED .tt...'lllil'l l'I"tll"I"IIIII'llllllil'IIIIII'III" iT'he
-< .TO OCOEE. 4
>-- ;; ?.- ? BYJCCQBOAAD.: :
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loith .
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Otto*"WO"(wiOiV; : i.bMAi -' -3ADNGORTIE-, : Manager;Edward ,;of theEdwardslConstruction The school board was' in regular

> ,M' > ''liMr r19er company,'of Tampa: ;Was session with all
monthly : yesterday
...... .Awiee st'tiki .nio:llsh h. .La'the';dty, 'yesterday. ,.'having. been. .to.t members'present, and -considerable
.. sy ....... itniler.. _ .nmm* i Winter Garden 'to 'confer. with officials
routine business was transacted.
of the Tavares & Gulf railway

1 3 Flit Ji..:prtKH...._.,....;..JUTW.I.. ..*.!_..l.....OO'C : -' relative to.the'construction an ex : Teachers>;were appointed as follows

i :t...Y..!. I.-Ht... ..'!. ....-!.-.....i J.H A/C.. :L. AND S. A. L. WILL', tension to Ocoee. It 'understood : Men's
!...... :......., ; _1.H -
tl,...... ";1.. ..;....!..;.. .!.,..... '.so .BUILD EXTENSIONS that work will begin on the construction Beulah--M. M. Witter.IvyMiss'Myrtle .
4. .. ',' "
: : j
:. .... .:. n-:_ ', "" ,S' ' at once.and a contract'will be'let Carraway.
weMir:. :y'_:....."." .... .,-, ...i..i .:Loe. .' SOUTHWARD; this week. Mr. Edwards returned Canadas-Miss Bessie Hodges.
3 W *Uyf.lto>th ;;..:? :?!:,........;..:.. .?*
Ethel Larsen.
Creek Miss
Tampa yesterday: afternoon. Cypress -
t' :'. ,, =''ll8B.h'- .eW'dt Arc After. Business, in ,Big, Cy- Iron Bridge-Mrs. K. Williams.
Y T9. .ABv. ;
il- ' - Millions of Feet' Clarcona-Mrs. Mamie A. Jones.
press,Where .
: THE YOWELL-
ROOF GARDEN ON
'fair'i'; ..., :bet. ban..eet Vakable A.wats.'TraRsportatlon Gotha-Miss Grace Whittenburg.
> of Timber DUCKWORTH BUILDING
..* ht Itt** fa ti OM kwine- :
Sadia Blackburn.
*. .. :t .' .Lockwood-Miss
* art ktcr OM p nw Shirt Sale!
d4 hfsN tin: Thfenla sphaf > I Harrells-Miss Anna Hartman.
.M'ei...eil: ., et et.4m1fafai .it,;Uhru s Mr.. M. S. King has been granted. a 'I Center-Miss Edith Larsen.Biennial .
.. itrietlr'attend to.Tbe.Seatiod Orange
wtf
kt
hU. ,4 permit for the construction of. a roof
,. ." .. Miami,"Flsu, Aug. 4.Definite announcement ,
. h theater the four-story elections have been ordered
: garden on
{deridne dkoon- concerning .extension
d totifj UM office la writing en Yowell-Duckworth building. He has held on September 10th in the following -
. c ,MM des of expiration',otherwise it will beM.thtoei of the Atlantic Coast Line railroad
' already drawn the plans and 'will tax school districts for the
at the.nrular aubKriptioa rata
\ from, Sebring south to Big Cypress
.- wtB nodes to: :stop ie fr.reemed. have the new amusement resort in election of trustees and fixing of the
< skirting Lake Okeechobee onthe
( ,
. < swamp months.In for the next two
'- operation in two or three millage years:
;; h and then on down 'into the
.
;
WEDNESDAY; AUGUST. 5,1911..The way addition to moving pictures and Apopka, Oakland-Winter. _Garden,
; be made
is, to
Sable country,
"
( t' -. Cape CONTINUING with
other entertaining features, refreshments Fairview, Lockhart Beulah, Zellwoodand
'J within:the next thirty days, accordingto
"
'ii will be sold and doubtless the Springhead. IS
,
': -. 'm/n you"worry the worse you. private advices received here froman
J ::1 Therefore, Ish t bibbfe official ofthe' Naval Stores com new venture will prove very popular.I In compliance with the recommendation vastly increased in- .

of the local trustees, $25,000 !
'
. :t' of Jacksonville, which is closely
; 0, pany
,f. 1! associated with the railroad and The most.embarrassing moment to insurance on the new grammar school terest and justly so---the
.,' Don't;fprgetthatServiai3in.this : is when and the furniturewas
1. ? which with its co-operating land companies the story teller some one building $1,000 on
, the _
war, even if.the headlines, ignore looks at his watch when the storyis ordered 'divided among the, in-
tract of Cape
l large
owns a reductions alone
:tl s'plucky little Da e L. price
r lC h . Sable'land.. .The 'Seaboard Air Line only half finished: surance agencies in the city.
.
. .;: ; 0" Is alsoafter some of the south Florida It
: -wi't be Ban'.more'd clara'4rt = should interestall men but
There : business, it is.. said, and an appropriation UNCLAIMED LETTERS ,
4 IMMIMMIiniiltilliilMT.F.BOORIBAN _
of- war'in ;Europe but Japan has been made to extend .
uncalled
: List of letters remaining
.. : very likely follow England into this line.twenty miles southeast from for in the postoffice at Orlando, Fla., : when these sweeping re-

{h the.'combat. '\ ithu' a.very' few Bays. Bartow,.in the direction of, the lake, for the week ending August 1st, 1914. .
l 0' . is the objective I! When calling for same ,please say Licensed Plumber and :
understood
.:(} ., : which, it is "advertised.. ductions are, made on
: 'The, Germans have.apent. ..millions poini W. O'NEAL, P. M. Sanitary Engineer :

. { ,building::a great 'navy.::and 'are' well 'The. information which has reached Men's List-Alford, T. A.; Apple- Estimate Furnished jobbing : Shirts of standard

;.l 'prepared for war,.but have simply bit,! Miami concerning.both of these propositions baum, Harry L; Brown, Solon L; Promptly Attended to. integrity -
Beachman, J.; Bovd, Frank; Fleming
.. 1 off'f more lhan'they:can chew. ''is declared to be absolutely & Fleming; Green, Zanbie; Glass, PHONE 6z9 :
authentic: and it is a.well known fact Rev. and Mrs. J. G.; Gilchrist, Blake rob Court StreetORLANDO : -..on Shirts known

, concerning the Seaboard Air Line extension :- ly; Johnson, B. J.; Jones, Master ,
A With: England, France; Russia, Kirk 0. C. Lowe, John Lag- '
for work is proceeding on Tom; ; ; ; FLORIDA I : the entire
throughout
few W. Merritt, Will D.
; +: Servia,-: BelgiAand 'possibly a eroth, E. (2)); ;
IJ JDON'nationi-at'her, throat'Germanymay that. Massie, Sam; Meharg, Shelton;Mack 421.1mI !
Tap Big Territory ay, Mr. and Mrs. Robt; Maine M. J.;
";yet '.wishCshe :had':not been ,so 1IMHMHIIMMMMIHIMiMIHIMIIIIiinilHllttt States as positively the
.: Mock, Joseph; Moore, G. F.; McCoy,
warlike.Rty .! More than three-quarters of a mil A. D.; Nixon, James; Pendino, Al

aA ., i. . lion acres of land, are contained in. Signor Guiseppi; Rea, Harold;.Saunders best .
the' Big Cypress swamp which, it is T. H.; Stanley, M.; Skates, Curtis procurable no per-
: ,.'. ..the ;newspapers: didn't1 print ; Snyder, Ashley; Tailor, Tom;
totap I
th tr able.editarialsapon.how to pre. understood, the A. 'C. L proposes Taylor, Charlie; Woodbury, Ed. ((2)). should miss this extra-

v. .war. in'time for, the :European :with the idea of getting'out the Women's List-Cotney, Mrs. Em- son
'. and-stop lumber which is of inestimable value I ma; Devane, Miss Lula; Giddens, L
powers/tb read. them the B. Gale Mrs. Francis '
L.
tl and which, it alleged, will be damaged Mrs. ; ; ordinary sale
,:.4' .....'..,.. .tWn$. ..I is Hances, Mrs. Maggie; Johns, Mrs ,
which com-
by the drainage Mil
[ Janey; McLoud, Mrs. Rosa (2));
r i t. ing. -It is hoped-to:get out the timber ton, Miss Aighter; Smith, Dora;;;
: S eator. Fletcher) one member: of White Mrs.'Eu- Department Store
.in order that the land may be settled Smith, Miss Anna. ,
?. w tl : OBfw s"who:does not have to,worry by 'farmers. The A. ,C. L. and lak OF
.' He has been .
jkbevt; ,4J 'arm_; ; -companies have considered the
; Wight',by the'war,and, is likely 'to other advisability of penetrating this district the southern end of the peninsula,

'atoy.in Park for seat time. I understood. considered impenetrable a few year Jelly Tumblers
is
foe some time, it
' :- -.0' The proposed route extends south 'ago, will be almost covered with a ;

v, : :Germany'declared;war' England, d from Sebring, touching Lake Okee- network of railroad lines. M I tt ll Shirts

. i h ,at.. seveno'cloeklast" night, London chobee. at the 'four-mile canal, then The definite announcement awaited promised Fruit Jars
is
the railroad being
.' ti time,,1 t one o'clock yesterday. .after- goes.,,.almost directly south, probably by
!-! ,bona'aceerthtg'lo'Florida time.. The skirting the west side of Dade county with great interest by those who have
:
.: t 'moraing. \ lad:' ;mast. 'be. depended which.is. the boundary the swamp land in the,Everglades.Up P all kindsPriseing

S" ? upon tc''gave'the:r., !,'-war.:news.. ', located .in Lee county. It is under- : "The Best Known" ,
etch,
-.- to date painting, papering
.- n O' : stood.that spurs win.be put forth to

Y'it".L Jw':'McLuk e :did 'a; .''dirty trick reach the East. Coast, and that the is the kind you want. Where 636. to W.gel T Kettles and H
it? That's easy, phone
whoa he said that''if 'a man, would linYeventaally will tape big Capes 120tfEat :

K hold apwenaa's,ha&d one hour a dayjto hle district, Entrican. "Known the Best"Note

.p 'w Hdd work,ifee iB"off for him::the j 'With this extension in view the as I
wantEat .
what
l.!3S.' .Afew:of ua.were already' F. E.'Cn already building to Okeecho- all you want. ,
you 2ft S. 9raic Aveiie. | .
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q}\l.-"the':trick, and now "we are to bee City and the prospects. of the Take a postscript and forget it. ; .
,httre.oar petition, T '' Seaboard falling in line'it is believed For sale by all druggists. .:
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when MiillllillllllllllllllllItMHIIIMHIMMMIIMMMHtl
is not far distant
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fJrIf: ,,the\TaTimesheadlinerhadI r1IIIil"
.bar entire ,month's' salary ,- '
way :; ')"
t would: '1.'w: ,;aid" .Americanssided ,..

.'c r: '::abroad> .'-*.:In> ,yesterday's r Why send your films away? We develop -

t;J Timee be,got;too many ciphers in his of the Prices
. i V fi4 that.IS'.TSO.OOO.-: some :
h ftd 'aaou ed:: ; them lOc Rolle'McELROY'S
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i'X I o0owould: :be'seat to' Europe. .
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;f Austria-Hungary is: ,appealing to :

'. her .subjects Florida )to .return Regular $1.00, $1.25 for .. 83c
|| ) ( GivessaTrkl. dick Mi very la Brags. PHONE 20. Try ... Ice Cream.I .
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: dome ,And'fibt[ ,;for:What 'she"terms .

'. ..Ji.i igood'cause.1;: Withthe ;Russian, .HIIIIIIIIIMIIIIiKMIIIIIIitiiMMM 'II"II" liMIIMIilllilMMIlilMtlltilMltlllHMtnMIIIIIHIIMIIilllllttl Regular $ 1.50, for . $1.15
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rBflch :and.;>British: : navy scouting ;: MIIIIIIIMIIIIIIPIIi ,
. ).|around.the. Atlantic:):hey stand a poor t4
Qabew[ of ever getting back home until Regular 1.65, for . $1.25

i[,Ai4HaAgarjis'_.. just- about.__ wiped 1 -

joff; .' the map" by:the: greatest, war in 'T;: ..-. .':'" : ,. :, T .....- Regular 100, for :\. $1e3SRegular
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!..tlie.histor9'of"world..' s :' t
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st I 2.50, for :. $1.88
. t An opportunity onCe. gone never re- I' ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR'THE GRADUATES ,

\ .. (llturns,: according to the prognostications '

)| of.'the"wise b3en.. We missed an .c' : h" '. Commencement Day-an important event in the hi', Regular 3.00, for ,'. $2.25

not 'going 'to Europe should receive some fitting mark/ / .
Yopjgortonity: : by .. .. lives of yott&g people : -
Jabout'month ago and'having"a'.yo- 1 ., "' and encoaragement,to commemorate the: f .
% of appreciation. Regular 3.50, for . . . $2.65
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lnans time,' no ,ought of.the. occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of
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'retarnwg Undo Sam
iexpeaee'
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Jewelry -
fiiroeld'' have,':seat: ferns .and .appro. I : !i Regular 375,' for . $2.65
f
;printed several""'mQlion" dollars: to, I; I' t. DIAMONDS. fWj\'ICBIS' I .

,'9|bring 1is'i- info, his< mIdetagain.The ... ; '.. ', : -,, \ and friends to';,.? Regular 4.00, for":. .. $2.85Orlando's
i -:'>_ 'o-- ;- .' r' We direct the attention tf relatives' '

i ):Timea-Unipn.;:::says,. *Hhei' war 1 . the many'pretty and sritette Gifts to.be ,had at'tI1is "f k,;. .
'
".snow,bwakij ogt;will' cost the lives I' > :"' :. ;stern Frets the mast eve 0f tMs seaaea's sew- ....
6s '
ii of more. men:than live in Servia ands est >novd&s, to the Bxqafete: Gift ef; a IIi 1if1tIia.' ;, + ,

{enough money buy every foot of a= mead or, a Depeadatie Watch, 'we offer:eicoglional \valoes . :. '
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: land in that :r7 and move off they aad asaertBent.A ...:'M"a.4 1 ; + .

entire population and .set. them-up:inpasineis ; mt to our store wild be appreciated and involves' t. '

.on, the other side of the :' no ottigatioH. to 1u.v'1n&3.. ,'_ ". . > ,; '
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Bother r. sidec ;'thejrorld. :fromsServia .f "' '

K f is'. /.uf in'the'Pacific; ocean And'it 'k :" :e , t _

y would coat more" *r money thanahereisin t- - 2 _-.. ? ;' > "v ':' ,
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the.world to fill in'a place'for them . ,; ?_, '-i v--,. -?-- r. : IN-.- DICKSONIYES K ( CO.
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*>- War or.no. war,:there will be ,no

\ ;hard!'times. ,,in Florida.: The state. is W M
!; i.ljtbro ag h 'one;/of the most DEPARTMENTAL STORE

t"s. summers' In its '.history. T.h.Evansthe JewelerOPPOSITE r

I iTaetton>crop 'is big, ,the orange i I .

.. ... f,.and .v'f) aWe' :;.ciopsfwiU.bring! mil, .. Favorite Shopping Place

" .J HOBS,.the..banks,. .fare!jn' ,better. 'f' sdi-. z ) ?" ;.', '...: .

:.. (bun'than fwb re. The ne time POsTOFFICEr . ;--: '
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> 1 .. :.just. .'as.. ','him what., f.he, ,.ex.. -.: : ANDIIIMillilMI .... I M.M > IIMII .
.': - 'make. !,oot..'of'it'if. ,,be.should -' t :EXPERT REPARBtG ;: : I.II. "I".I"'III'I"'II'I"I"IIII III'IIIII II.I .
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PROGRAM : '
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the state..: ,f- OF
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", :Mr,..A,:.B.:Joeon, (speeding to* I Mystery of the M. M. SMITH IN THEIR "

,day, ,iajaapa' att adiBg'' a-,'meetisg. ''of I : Ford, produced and Grace and BEHALF, 11 etIt It lit t llen's" '

the.:,Citrus,. ,Ezchange.r _,. I I in two'parts. Ev-
,
tot I auto should see this May Never
; Sign Them But Certainly
,''. ,Mr and Mrs. Charles;,Dudley, ,of I -
I ''Formosa, 'will:',leave' ,;today for Day- : ;' Honeymoon,'* Not Until Supreme . ...

,.:toaa'.Beach,;where'feeytwiU'remaiai '.ter: and Betty Schade.. Court Has Rendered
0. ,
Decision .
i,:'forgone,month. f e
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i Give chance show
I us a to ,

i" today''Mr.aBdlfw.J.W/DaetwflerJeaTO for,Winchester. . .' :Va. .,:where they- : r IS RECEIVING[ day When morning the school in board regular met session yester-, you the newest styles in "
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1will. ; spend: several 'weed; returningin'the'fall. 'tir Chairman Knox asked Mr. Smith tomake watches. .
:
, home" 1\,,,,., : ( OUT OF f fI' a report of the visit of the committee We will trade in your pres- ".

: ;Mr."I.L T Brown; one;of ,Chduota's ;:, I to Tallahassee to obtain relief ent watch or movement, allowing .
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;yoaag and enterprising",citizens, 'was I' for the teachers in the grammar you a liberal amount.

[ 'among'the'out of town business" trans- school grades of the Orlando high If you have any idea of _
I' i in ,Orlando.yesterday.f .' school, who are still without their ''
actors
.. getting a watch we would
appreciate "
\ salaries for April and May as a'
f .bi W.. 'of ,the. Phi re- the of ,.
% Goo Phillips" from sult of.the refusal of County Super- H opportunity
,
I 'lips, .Manufacturing: company, left ida.' : ABOUT intendent McKinnon to sign their showing you. '
fyeaterdayafternoon:; on'the' TampaSpecial : TEAM warrants Our l
Lee on the ground that they pricesV surprise
'
I matters
: to look after business. ,fJ ed HERE had not taught the number of hours .
I, in;Plant City.Mr.A.P.Newheart.oaeoftheoId. go to I required' by law, and were, therefore, '

r ? m Uses not entitled to full pay. you.AllenftCo
[I-est :and,'moat widely: known .citizens south Head a Mr. Smith explained that, owingto
to Tell
P of"Ocoee,:visited,the:county ,metrop-: a break 'down of his automobile,

I, oils yesterday to.look after important F. ,E. ; Coming he did not arrive at Tallahassee in '.

I, business matters.: back ,City time for the meeting and asked Chair- Jewelers wY.o .
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man C. E. Howard, of the local trus-
I 'bit., Wm..- Edwards,, worthy' and Ocala .
I '.valued memSer, of;the.Orange county; .M is 'getting consid- tees, to make the report. Reliable Repairing HII
I Mr. Howard then stated that he
I 'board' of.'publiePinstruction: ; :was, indie out of the fact that .
L city yesterday:.from Zelwood, attending the : : Southern League and Trustee Phillips, together with '
their attorney, P. Giles had
I meeting, ,of..that body. where here next spring. LeRoy '
.... , '. appeared before the state board of '
: ; for' J in the -
I, -'Mr.' and.:Mrs,;'Rex; Daniels have pewspaper education at Tallahassee. The visitto ' :
'= place more or less to II
say
I, rented :a cottage at, Daytona';Beach Tallahassee was made because Superintendent :
where its sport columns,
I and are/BOW at?:that resort ',where McKinnon had stated at

I, ,they 'will 'spend.t the next 'month enjoying' j I extending Age-Herald all the of the last meeting that if the state D
I the,':excellent' fishing and 'de- board would modify its demands he
I .lightM bathing. _reth of the sportpage: would sign the warrants for Prof.
,. Condition Recruits Ibl
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I, r ,,Mr, .J..F. Harris, 'of'Piuet; Castle, day,' .7Q9.'r': Florida." The Coleman next year, and they had I ton}i ;
I 'was among ,the representative:citi- at the : of the Bar- thought that with the state board relieving -

I 'zens 'in.the city:yesteiyay.:, :Mr.'HarI from the same Superintendent McKinnon of ,. '
I :ris';is_now..bringing_ to,:market,some : all responsibility relief for all the
I of the teachers might be obtained by him
:excellent ,,sweet:r potatoes flying start, Owner
; '' fri signing the warrants. Mr. Howard yur.
I nwftt
Nancy, ;Hall;variety.I '' '' ; has completed ar-
'" -
; stated that the visit was not in the
I*, .:Mr: 'D,; ,W.tClark, ,editor, of ,the the Baron spring
day nature, of an appeal to a court, but
I :Apopka;News, was,aawag,the,repreiatative Fla., for a month's -_
fri ; merely a presentation of the situation
I, >, :eitiieas,of prosperous westErn recruits
without argument, praying for an
I :: ,Qraage-vifiitiag the,,county meI report for training order or recommendation that would Gk CO

I tropolis' "'yesterday.: .TheSeAtinel're-_ ST at Orlando and will enable the superintendent to sign the

I ,ceived. a- ..pleaaant u" 'call, :- ; March, 25. After warrants, without accepting any re-
: '
:' r?\\\Pr;: J'oi.a,former wen 1 I up, the Bar sponsibility for any act counter to : S
,, known',cx&en of;Orlando,:brother, of to Birmingham for a Insect Killer'Will Rid
Mr. T.A.! 'Yarxeyvfho1bw4beflin-; ' days' practice. When law.He said that the board as individuals :
stallmg;:some' machiaery,' in: ;the Or. spri season opens including Governor Park Tram-
., ..landoS Steam Laundry: 'yesterday the team wilt be in
left
mell, agreed that the teachers should
for his home in:Tampa.Mr. .- nic. : be paid by all means, and agreed that Your house of all insects. Quarts ;

::L.,'W. ,T4ia;aad :two sons, a big Tyson wired yes- communication should be drawn up 35c. Gal. $1.00. For sale by
:.' Clarke and.HaroM;were m Orlando went arrangements had and addressed to the county superintendent :
V yetterdayTea reete*'to::,TaJaa.where til- a That Birmingham which, while'it cited that he

',,'they will sjad"a:oeepte!fd: 1& ,Mr. was announced was standing on the,law, the salaries

.Tttdealffld, ," his family.are.. .pleasantly the ,Age-Herald on should be paid and he should sign the
located- ,for ,the sr'a .er"at Ormond. Birmingham will warrants.

fwhere:they are .eajoyiag. life. oa the in the Southern When Hr. Howard had completedhis THE SANITARY GROCERY
..bawd; t; \t ", '. its club on for- report Chairman Knox asked Superintendent -
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.', ,Dry tJ\, : Pito,::of/Orkado, is Woodward is re- McKinnon if he would CARUTHERS & GORE

'.the. ,'' goett:'of. "'.hk.,brother" ,t";Mr,L.,H. innovation. now sign the warrants.Mr. .
Pillars. .aad;feaaUy,,arriving,'yesterday city of training in McKinnon said he would :not
,, :fromY: Hot Springs,,!'Ark;,,'where. e n will meet the ma- sign them now. Phone 2006&8E.Pine > : ; '

he has=been ,speadJag,several.weeks the!; ; conditioning nearby He was asked if he would sign StrnetGRAND
:for: the" benefit}of. bia'.health. Dr. own college teams. Stet- them on some other day.

Pillars,:will'.return',home-,WednesdayOcala'8tar. .. well the University of He replied that he might never
,- .'- ': be placed on sign them, but if he did it would be 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 ...
k'Mr7aBdJMrs.DrAl4Carpeater' and ney' is expected that over after the supreme court had rendereda

'children,I;who,have:'been.\resi ag ,on t the party train decision in the mandamus proceed- tlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll.IIIIIIII.

:East',Central,;aveaae,":have 'gone 'to eon ings now pending.

.'1+Hew York'city;:to.spead'taesammer.Mr. <.PI are still pending for After considerable discussion Mr.
.' : ':Carpeater 'is',;traveling"freight : 1 cull the minors for M. M. Smith put the matter to Superintendent VIEW

:agent,for-the;.Seaboard,aad'will ,re- Woodward an. McKinnon very seriously
,' ''i in., fall ,to : departing for At- pointing out that the state board
.torn' .to,. Jacksonville, ,, . the : ..
.f.- under consideration had assumed all responsibility and
'make, ,his home during'the winter. a tot : :
that he could not be held to account -
,
club in
the bushes
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:,Word has'been,received ]by, friends Th : I
for signing the warrants under
of'Mifls. 'Maria"Palis. daughter.of .Jai i a rn leaguer. He
I circumstances. He said that the
..I Wi:;,Pulis-;: fthis' atthatshewast ;: t ' 65. ; of Molesworth." any teachers need their money very I Newest and most up-to-date hotel in
in': 'Mr, Sam'Pres- $ ;
: marriaee to ?
much that of them is in
; one lying a
,cott, ,& :Sanfoi&oa _.' y. The ; metropolitan ex hospital wholly disabled.and pleadingfor Canton ituated on Academy Heights.
t oUwiH reside'at Sanford, \ to hand with
j:young. came her salary He asked Superin-
where ;;Mr. Preseott has.Via: .Positi, zed l crowded clear over tendent McKinnon if, because of I Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River
*\Miss, Pulia", has, .held. ...,a,.,poatioa -at Ma reports. Such is
> < "their great need and for the sake of One of the finest views in
'for the. of' Valley. Wes-
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:Young'Sf Repair ..Shop, past $ "
. humanity, would he ,not sign the
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.-. -' --- warrants under such a protest as he tern North Carolina.
MIIIIIIMIMIilillllllMIt' MimilMlliMIMIIMIIMIilll' . . . . .M I saw fit, and that his protest might be

I .liMitltMltMMMItlilHliiMIIMIIHIIIMHIIIittlMillMltMilllMitil. ..0 ,..' tl i recorded in the'minutes of'the board.
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c ,Superintendent McKinnon again
replied that he would not sign' the

? i LUCEME TODAY warrants.It MRS. J. R. McFADYEN
: is not known just what the next ,

I ; step will be in an effort to get the
teachers their money, but a writ of CANTON N. C.nilllllMf

..i |: ."Fatty :and" The' Heiress," ,a two reel'I
i i, f\ A scream,, from ,start to 1 finish or the local trustees and mem-
i Q bers of the ,school board may .decideto
1 4 pay the ,teachers out of their own NOTICEThe Don't wait for every one in town ta
any's New Watch A one reel Majestic. have Entrican, the painter, before
pockets and risk getting the money you 'try. Am too busy to look
Council of the City of you
.. back some day from the county. City in up.. Phone 625, and I will be on the
Orlando Florida, will meet special
to ; : '' b&.Man Without Fear A one reel Thanhouser. session ,at the City Hall on Saturday, job. 1-20-tf
,
A :0i' August 25th, 1914, at 8 o'clock ajn.,

'I ;, | ,t, All :Chfldren: Under 12:Free ,at Night Performance .for ing the and purpose equalizing of reviewing the city, correct-assess- _

ment roll for the year 1914, and for

; ; ;, U That Dollar Box,of Candy' and e ,Pass will be given away ; the tions hearing relating and thereto.determining,All of persons peti- GhCObisect

*: .in tonight to. the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket having any complaint'must make and
,a .. file the same in writing with the City
-1 m m mm mmmmmmmfmmmfmmf. m I Clerk on or before the day set for Killer Will
t! r
-: '. I said hearing.
: T MorroW,:M1SS: Carlotta 'Ni ;son in ""Leah Kleschna," another I, CARL JANSEN, City Clerk. Rid

: ? :Famous_ :Players: Production. The story of a: woman's, regen- I II II, Aug. 41914. 8-4-4t Your house of all insects.

-V& eration., II LOST-Watch fob, alligator leatherfoot. Quarts 3c. Gallon $1.00
Return to this office and re-

'F4s# PMT, II'Ceils.. Iilcwy, 5 Ceits. QuHren, 5 Celts ,,. reive .reward. &5-3t' For sale by

. -, .. ... ,- . - LOST-Kit of automobile tools in Carruthers & Gorek
rolL Return to Sentinel office and
.. t, WATCH THIS SPACE receive reward. 8-4-2t
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c .'etc.. for this 'cotan, Se for ODe far. >/ f NAIR LlWBER
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wilt bo on credit:
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f 'If:yon ,nffar kith 'dyspepaa:or indigestion, ,tele-
. :fie THE CITY'DRUG STORE to seed :you one FOR SALE ORLANDO
:,do.:pills'SfflVAR'GINGER ALE. Drink one ,Nirsery,stock, one, two three and
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$ fear fear"old .bsde; Fester Early,
:, t piat with each. meal.and, {-.not,;relieved, I am. auAoriwd .- Pineapple, Java, HomosaflBa, Washington .
r'' ; to. charge.it"to tfee, mafiofacturer.I Navel: Address Mrs K.Eahl *

i Apopb, FIa. 'Phone 2222. 3-15-tf Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection lime


t S! "ISHIY&R& 'GINGER Lf'TO FOR SALE 'Eftf TT HiMIIMMIiill'MIMIMIMMCt

Georgia peaches, wholesale or retail :
Fresh every day. Also have I
.i c. ISTJVE.DELICIOUS fresh lot of Georgia cane'syrup, at I Statement of the Condition of the
8 ; King's grocery store., 47 West Churchstreet.
- : .. ,Is 'prepaked:with the celebrated 'Shhrar .Mineral Orlando Bank & Trust Co.
,Water. Sold,.tinder;,a.positive guarantee to relieve The Georgia, Man, ,

it 'aay:case:,of dyspepsia ,or indigestion, or your money WOOD FOR SALE ? Orlando, F1&,
refea4eL
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\ fettled by SfflYAR SPRING, Shelton 8. C. I For the month of August I will At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.
I sell, at my farm, pine at 85 cents per
L -SOLD BY- strand, and oak at $1.00; also some RESOURCES.
I saw logs cheap. A.'S. Hodges, R. 1, '
SLv ; Orlando. 7-30-lm Loams and Discounts ; . . .. .. . . . . . . $379,514 36 '
c Y liic..C1TYPRUGSTORES I Over-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 622 34 .
I FOR SALE-One five passenger Stocks and Bonds . . .,. . . . .. . . .. . . 26,01833
touring car a big bargain. Will
DEA& Prof Orlando, Fla. sell for $300 cash.; Apply this office. Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37
: 7-30-tf. Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . .'. 291,393 48
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FOR SALE-Best quality heart pine
$724,185 88
,r fence posts. See,L N. Lewis, 406S.
t $' : DAILY: SPORT LEPr'ER The mob ,scene in Julius Caesar East street. 7-144mo LIABILITIES.

:-: (Bj Fraak'G. Meake) .will be rivaled ,this fall or winter Capital Stock 00 .. . .-. . .. 00 00 00 . . . $100,000 00
: The"anvil'chorus" in'Cincinnati is when Freddie Welsh, lightweight FOR SALE-15 head of Jersey milk Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . .-. . 39,961 35

Mag up again,,after severaTmonths I champ,' visits these, shores. About cows. Jas. B. Porter, Lake City, Re-Discounts .. . . .. .. . . . . . . . . .. None
of:inactivity. and'.already:the'grand I one dozen.of the likeliest looking bat-, Fla. Bills Payable . . . . . . . . .. . . .. .. .. None
ftaal managers :are" demanding, the I.tiers in this'section of the world want :WANTED-To exchange Vose piano, Deposits . .. . . .. . .'. . ; . .. .. . . . : 582,669 47
'. :exeeaffiifiication of Manager,'Charley to pick a quarrel with Freddie and in good condition for Victoria and Due to Banks . . . ? . .. . . .. . . ;. . 1,55506 '
: 'they'll all be there or thereaboutswhen records. Piano may be seen at For-

7: the Freddie lands, each insisting mosa.Fla. Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland, }it:" $724,185 88

C ',top la a.W.J1IM: ,'and:gave promise! offel&g :that he be given the first chance to
the the fans in the Ohio 'klock Freddie's,block off. WANTED-Couple to live on country, . Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . ... . $291,39348
J ,'. IMC,, ' '*, tUnlefss ,place. Call or address, 400 West Reserve required by Law . .. .. .. . . . 116,533 89
riw pleased with Her
ty 1Mie! ao Central avenue.WANTEDPermanent. ,
a 'sisFotlctt4it.theyplaned to we.reck: wrong, nobody will
: .,' .I him,.with.three: \,or':four 'of'the preiet i get a chance at Freddie-in, the ring position by Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59

' Urgeat- predscmg, breweries But :at least, for another, year or so. As woman with family to support. Experienced Deposits on June 30, 1913 . . .. . . . $527,758 01

,,' :inc.;the Reds::hit:the'.chutes, Char-- ,pointed, out previously, Freddie's anactor work and in capable clerical of handling and executive forceof Deposits on June 30, 1914 . . . . . . . 582,669 49
:ly,._' :ewn' bay1 a;beer 1 Zinzin- fellow now and actors don't people. Orlando and Chicago references

Mdi.tak M he.wears a disguise. fight furnished as to character and '. INCREASED . .. 00 . . .. . . . $54,91148
-*;:; \. " *, *. * ability. 7-19-tf
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"r-Tlw.. .:"fans',greatest. _kick' is,because 'Bonus Wagner may be slipping, fancY The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors '
DRESSMAKING-Plain and
:,Ber C:has made-- ,.such''radical: ,shifts but it's only when a banana skin gets sewing of all kinds, and work ready to persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
;in'the limp, afid,because he is weedteg .- under his heel The "Flying, Dutch when promised, at room No. 6, over treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
:oet'aU'the'old.,stars'and'replac.ing man" is fielding this/year in style Estes' drug store. Misses Keen & Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and

'i "d n'-with :!new- blood.. Therecreits just as'brilliant as he, did ten years Baldwin. safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
: -don't s-.,to stack'up as'wells ago. And he's traveling along his
: some'of' heveter: Jis'thS.tHerzog 42nd'. birthday. FOR RENT
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;seld::or:.traded,>'but Herzog.;:is' confi. *

dent that' :ifglien; another year at Probably they-ve kicked up this FOR near RENT-Cheap W. E., Stevenson's, small, DeLaney cottage OSTEOPATHY I


'fell i teassi--undone',.. -. composed,'in'the. excuse for calling off the Olympic enson, or Mrs. Dr. Anderson. For SaleIi!
< Give ResultsOrder
,main, 'of%young players' with ,many ga"mes in 1916, thus balking Uncle i
':,,'years f usefulness;'before them. I Sam, in ,his. ambition, to conquer the FOR RENT-Two office spaces in DR. J. 'C .HOWELL your ROSES and ARBORVI- *
"" ,e -"* i '* world again. our store at No. 9 W..Church street. Hours, 10-12,3-5, and by appointmentNo TAES, PALMS and ONNAMENTALSnow.
Come in and will show Pierce
JIn'''answer,;to .the..charges of''thefates '* * Electric Co.we % you. 3--9-tf extra charge for house treatment Office opposite P. 0. I 1 Modern 8-room : !: <

:&: : ,)I tcJie': :,drove, from'rth ,Red .)(looks just now'as if the batteries Telephone connections GRIFFfNG'S TREES GIVE RESULTSOne 1
J.> ',. :pranks such(men as Harsens,Johnson, lathe.. opening game of the world series TO RENT-Some very desirable modern Office cor. Orange and Central Ares. I I; | House 2 doors : :

;iDayepBort, Hoblitier and:Bates., Her-i will, be-yep, that's, right; same houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. reason:
; IIOARDMAIDENTIST The Griffings are the best and west of
: .,aeg'says: :that ,the. :mov&1'of these: as'before., 4-26-tf DR. F. C: most experienced propagatersIn 1 I Wyoming : ;

,aea .from' the.:'Red' lineup" was the; * lAnd the state, and one or more ij Hotel. Bar- !

, beet. tg.. .,. :that. could }have happened., : the result will be the same as MISCELLANEOUSDYNAMITING of the five are always on the I
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He ',ckuas" _.that' most of these 'men before-unless it's a bit different. Boardman Building round. .. ; gain. : |
, f : -- Bearing in mind the fact that 'the done in all its branch W H. BROKAW
/t ,were:'trouble .makers; and:,that;their:
y MwBferent ,playing, has' been "reapon. worm twists around once in a while, es. Clearing land is our specialty.Let Office Hours: Salesman i '

-,Ale,:,to a.large.eitent, for the'poor ,don't bet ,too much loose change onthe us do your work. Estimates 8:30 to 12:00 1:30 to 400 Grapefruit and Orange Trees A. L Bentley : :
jafcewag'made.by the' Reds.in: recent ,Athletics if, they buck the Giants. cheerfully given. L. N. Lewis, 406S. Telephone 540. i ,
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> : John McGraws: tribe has grown sort East street 744-lmo 1
,years. 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE
% of'ired of ,beaten l; ;
being
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Who is painter and decorator?
First class Brazing specialty at NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet your
:GarryLEerrmann.is uncommunica- Warman's Repair Shop o,: Court St potato slips at $t75 per 1,000. If you are satisfied keep the one you '. . ..
trw[jwt''now". as 'to--what; 'Heroes Self trust is the essence of hero- 12-5-tf. Quick detiTery. Cash. Apopka Plant have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican,
Co. Nft. 636. 1-20-tf Read the advertisements daily.
Apepka, Fla. 5-24-tf
fate will bet s winter,when the dear ism.-Emerson.,
t- Robber Stamps made to order atWarznan'
mss
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;.,'UM:1$1b,,campaign.} 'Herrmann mapoat ':You can tell'-the kind of,a road a Repair Shop. 12-5-tf. IJ I tit's' 'itiistui: : iMMMfMMMMIJtrmmm++*

.. ,it to" sakl/is"'stroag for-- Heriog's retcntien man is traveling by the map of ,his A Sentinel want ad. carries your
.. ) ,"and'.may'pat;up ,a' fight'for face. story to hundreds of all classes, each
'wa ia'aMe.thew is'any,move,on the day meeting all needs with quick re- j r.j1J.Jf

1 :part,:of.,:ifce:other, directors",to give WE FIT,GLASSES, GRIND LENSES sults. Get the want habit today, it
'Chwtoe,lice'". '
pays.
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: A>:Marnann i a't aorry that he jumpedfcwMfce 'OPTICAL REP AHHNGDR. GOOD BLOOD CIRCULATIONIs I Were to
{ 'BWs. :White with them he They '
; necessary to life. Good newspa-
< Jr.w,ateot;. :|8OW',to'$3,500, and he per circulation makes advertisingpay. ,
had to;kber each, .
and
; : every day Advertisers in the Sentinel
:rrkea k dirt But it's different .
ram. .
know it has the circulation.
.' 1 ,.aow, :Pwv Bt d;from playing by a be Married Soon
F of,Ae:courts,':Marsaas,is actM ; '

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o. p. '.hail: ':::do..ism. :'else. ,bet;'travelnA c. ss.oo'fAMPA Came to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of,
'(hll r rf "Dr., a P. LIBI
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: ., four or five rooms. They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortableyet
1 LAJWO, FLORIDA
1 the amount! oi money which they had available for the furnishing of their

G.: t.. : ",', '. , '" I home made expensive peicesprohibitive.They '
n t ." .' .. IinillMlllllllliiWe . i spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.

Y' AND RETURN We offered a few suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were

', .. t : Will Put the Reins : much pleased with what they had seen and took, memorandums of what they

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lit : .7 'oSuccessinYour From Orlando Afterlooking around in other stores to make sure that they were doing

'" ;: ... the best possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their or-

,: Hands der with us.

. Monday Aug. 3 This is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are

: ; 'H Yi? 'By furnishing witha pleasing.We
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j VIAA11.anti..c carry an extensive stock of serviceable, attractive, homefurnishings

.. : perfect Fcrtilizicr :bt.'oUr representative grading from the lowest priced which are good, to the very best. Your appropriation

. for furnishing home may be anything from $175 to$1,000or more
': call, your
He ,will
1..'. ,., -', < 01- you. .: ,. give 'you"a Ca'izl 1 ..:you can make the most of it with us.

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Is the Coolest Place in Orlando

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'' CAK' / a and serve the best .
: ,= MOBBL- TINY-FIVE FIVE-PASSENGER TOURING
"' :._ FULLY EQUIPPED AND DELIVERED $1,285 5Qc meal in town.
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L CAIECEld,Specification, ,
,'r VY 'Wheel base,112 inches;,motor, 1-2x5; four cylinders, cast ,.. Rooms with bath $t .00* .
':'.=: , JI :blec;;'unit' power:'plant; ,cone clutch, selective transmission; '

.',i', 'axl 6- froflt,,' Special rates for room and ,board by tEe '
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,brakes internal and external. .
". "'. >.iaek ;) ; springs-rear, three-quarter "
,elliptic; front. semi-elliptic, underslung; ,Holley carburetor; 15 week. .- .
..' 'feed German silver .r '." . ''
.. gasoline tank; carried at rear, pressure ; '
ic ,- V-shaped radiator. clre1 trimmings. Standard equipment:
J 11-inch'electric headlights,:parabolic:.reflectors, bullet type side
: .1 tafl lamps, electric horn, pump,'jack; tools and tire repair outfit. .

.J. B.: MAGWTOffi: &: SON, Oaklaid DIstributors
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ANY IIVJUBTICE.TO FLORIDA PORTO RICO, Sweet Potato Vines O'p1ODI11"IIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"'I'III'IIIII'II'IIIIII'I'I'1111.
-'', : PWNTERS, for sale' $1.25 per M.. J. G. Tyner, FOR SALEAT
t E / PineCastle, Fla.. 7-31-3t
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The J.statei'of'Florida has awarded A- "

I:toetracts'for; :state:,printing to:firms .WHERETO SPEND'YOUR VACATION W. M. SLEMONS .

I uot.resident,in:Florida: A Baltimore BARGAINThree
[ concern'is(the.sueeessfol. :bidder for Come 'to the Nautilus 'Casino at
this'.1 ear's, .tax;receipts and licenses. Seabreeze=the coolest spot in Flor-
VseeraV.areflection',on: the ida-to spend your vacation. Perfect
would
It '
bathing houses and beach. Fresh ten acre tracts on
I members, (the craft,in.Florida that .water showr. New woolen 'bathing New Goods
tile r'have', ._ t l ea .btetOlJecuethis' ' 'suit and, room, 25 cents. For men Orlando and Kissimmee road, Arriving DailyWe
bush uNi: te aUy'' .t en.will.be. and women. I only two and .one half miles ,
Casino open .to I the public'' free. ,
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$ ply' on ac-
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from the office Orlando.
>three. week the post ,
Dancing nights a on
sUte prUe, andtfeen againtbecauee
| coont'of .. ,
> < largest and. best floor in the South. Will
the*Floilda printers :pay a : sell one or all. The
: .': : Music by the Crystal orchestra. Reg-
'eooikleraWe' waoant ,oftgood 'hardjawkfto ular street car service from Daytonato price will double when the I

; .the'atfite ,in .tbe 1 :Shope:oftaxes. to Casino. 7184willliilMIMMt !brick road is laid. Other sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
[ :It would stem that every conaid -
>nought. .to be extended to the I small tracts for grove pur- made by Schkes Bros, of Ialtb .re. "King Quality" Shoes.Elliott's .

Florida by;fee .authorities, values. Also
printers ; poses at buying
,is probable: there J8.n. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brad Table Linen and Towel
it
alto qh
law:competing,;tIM..waNiBc.of' > state THEINEW[ GRAND R I 'desirable groves and city Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflte & Co.
printing state firnu.. :If this is the property at prices that com- S

1 case/! it wotfd. eppsar"to.bV only.right_ ; mand attention. a Co ,. Best place in the dty to trade.
and ''"ropy:,\that:. soae, :amendment HOTELA I

bould,;reo.uiriag/tiHJ,,piiiillj',state the next.,authorities.1,legidatuw . -- ;lCooper $ 4tha ;;:"Y ::'. ;. I \

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to ,place. their'printing; -within the. S
ftate$)'any reliable:firm. -miking'the .:_ First Cuss 1114 South Orange Arc, Grttad Fbtr W. M. SLEMONS
k>wft bid 'Jt fees nofseaa that the

Florida*. ;-printers.:shoeld! be::at' 'the : .;ROoms'.with bath, hot | Pfceae No. 311 ORANGE AVENUEIIIIIIMgliiMlllllllliilMlliieMIMiillllllllllllM

1 ege of 18..-'ftt.rMie'c- ; ,8ee1'II ina ;and cold water. -
tM .4'" :ttftjThu BO.M, e t'.WMt. [r' The modistes seem to be trying to
Vteifc'sad dean net ou' Open_ yar round. MM*
| ever.in ale make the new fashions as ridiculousas
I --e-; ; \of:.Rthe'atate- Suijimer rates through the paragraphers say they are.

nor,Hs petffc.. V ., August, and September, I i -,
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_For..... ;h the kfomation or 'of'tM.. public'. ' : :The United Stages controls less UMIIIIIIIIiMlillllliilllHilHIIIITEN .
| "J'wiiiiMi%the\fact ORLANDO, FLA. than half the foreign trade of the

tint:there is, 'no" combintion. ',among' 743MmniiimiiimimimMfr' Philippines.Read .
the' Florida- ..prime_ 'asMto"price: ," soeatimatseoa ,H -- .. ---

th t m'submitting_ state I .the advertisements daily. REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD I
| work"toF>'O M;.the.sUt -of,Florida.
wou1cL be;web :protected' and would I ,\ l

not,be comptiMd.io py,as exorbitant Fare J

f tcU.. "for- .ite. printing.;.Thai is something COOK WITH GAS C"J
.1 o UY BETWEEN
thai the'gReeOId hopes BUFFALO . . ,'
the:, other. ,peps's.oi: : ."the. :'state. will $ '.....
take'np.';"and _"" '.:..!.--1 with. aviler LEVELAN0

'to>baviBgjt18e. done. to the '.' .
Florida printers.

. .Then'can be no:qi tiifi but.:that 1.- Convenience 6. Speed .
the sUte'.iwthorit ;"tMi elves are

more tkan:wilKng to,plate:ordersforprinting -, -
'with Florida concerns: .but : THE GREAT "SEEANDBEE" \U. 7. f
j, 2. Comfort Efficiency .
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thework .J.f'1I IIII "t. i( etor..e.e'd priors teammtiMtiaf 1SOO940P.IL p -
the law requires the,awarding ,, .... .... .. ."
.e to aA..i.lee ie r r la.u ,r---- UJ S s a :
to the lowest bidder,:whether:a ....__".....w.;, fa n r. '
k;of the.r. anon-resident. ; -_ .-1saANDIEr.'aIrtl ... ....... :; / 8. Safety

fir::hae'a t !'optiea ja!,fte matter "" -BUFFALO'ud(1EVEfAND. .;. -.MaJ. lit to Dc.lit 3. Cleanliness

whatever, and Jhe rfow'are not to,be e .I4.NBil Ath.Qith, i ta,*..II. ;.&Ime 1awC-W B.&J. ., t 7JOA.1L:00p.'L .
' eeBI1J., 'et.(..--St: Augustine.. 'Record. (IIItIa ,..1 9. Perfect Regulation
; c.a..1.I..........,.T.1do.Dm.td pis ededSwsSwtLOit ... '
!.J. beara bet..eae.ib'''Qe eldee 6ostrrsiq.oa..eeta..e.. 4. Simplicity
"'<- drtr.e6eie ryo.rlortiabro.ie Co a .JJWDII'.: ie far bd..e mMokIi&.... of Heat
H. have. re gaM fop ople .
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,THE CLEVELAND; A BUFFALO:TRANSIT:CO, CI.T.U., 0.
i or,'.their :prosperity. ::do,' not\hkch, tot .""

ir;tom' I. 5. Accessibility 1 Q. Economy ,

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,. STATES IN.ANBFOE .
TIlE' SOUTHERN DISTRICT WATCH >::'
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and ;MaggiftHamilton 1 BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS .....':- } :, -. ._, '. .. ." ,
Iavktaallyand'Ce.partning *.- ; LOWER PRICES ON FORD'CARS .;'," ':<.. .': ... WHY ; *' >* v,. .; ::,'1p: :
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S DoiagBusineesaa Hamilton : '. EfectiYC fl'8MA&g88t.1, 1914 to August : : .7, -.: ) 4, ., ,: :. ,

*&D: om.." .1;1915 aad gHaraiteed agaiast any redac-

,f; ,' ':.BANKEUfTTo / tiei.diriBg that'tuae: ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT
'!the\creditors'.of-"Ciir1e'Hamilton : CO.
'and Maggie Hamilton, Individual 'Touring >Car' $555.00
f hr and:aa partfttrs,doing bvsaess asHamfltonfattd
Dunn, of.OrlsndoOr- Runabout 505.00 '
GAS DEPARTMENTIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIMMIMIMimiMIIIMIIIMM
ange"County,:ad Dietrict:aforesaid, .OiiMd ADeanfiHy eqiippdL ,
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S"hewoy'given that oaths W' eWaIa' tM aula.. cf&dcncyWVSia
WyW14,the said Carrie '? L.'..*;. .W a.. mt ta r .
and Magfie Hamilton'.'as 'afore: .jLSlkjS STSwt to,if we rad'ta .tpat rfIM.IN I..IIII"I.II"' ''
t'l 11'-'I "I''I-'II-I'II
aad5reri,5dady.> ; ''adjwfcated:: ." bankrupts : .tu ,let eea'tat....Tt 8tti. It HMMIIiiliiillttttl liMlimilllltf "' :. "" HllliiiThe
and;that the',fint'lI8 ting of AM -.saW' w.;react a1i Or.Oeth we qree-to'.. pv MtiTta .
area t.* $$S per car. ( ..r abed
$1
creditors; heW at the abut
their will be B
Rb.'parcbuee.a U1I'rue mail service from Tarpon The largest real estate deal that and will
etaD M1u raise
te' breed
i court:house'.m;Orlando, Foiidioc; < :das.et 1,116) eve!? tai .1,115. an improved of
the 12th;'day, el't JUctist, .W4, at etc .sues' .qut repitdE.e 1.116:) Mw donut: Pricer!and yre6telirMt -, Springs has been j improved' rid will has been made in Florida for sometime cattle.
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]=10:50 'jura,'at,which ifaae the.creditn -' Fir fuller-Pntiedi.. .. I liave' direct connection with Tampa. .was closed by.a Lakeland firm -
[+ may attend,prove their dailBap- with the Georgia-Florida. Land The Bartow Board of Trade has ordered
company -
: & Gulf Coed Eaflway
I pt"a'I.Troste*,:eaeiOeY.the bank- P.G.. '" The Tampa
and :" ,baa- of West Virginia. The deal included 20,000, booklets, advertising
apt, transact soch.other has the contract,to carry the mall on
aailray'propKlj i , come before about 150,000 acres of prairie the advantages of Bartow and the
acid meotieg.Tampa '; 0" the Tampa-Clearwater: .>trams.. This laid in Daed county. The price was surrounding country, for, distrflra-j

Florida,''Jaly...,:1914.Wai. will,give'Tarpon Springs iitwice' about $1,250,000. 'The purchasers tion in ,the East, North and Middle
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f . : r= '. OF DEPOSIT,; OR OPEN A also will sail on the Tennessee. ; [ ) $
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.., t .< .V.5 : .t,: This streag bank is behind any' form AUSTRIAN FORCE 11; II F For your Valuable Papsrs: '|Jew-: J iii\
( Its financial ,
: } \ : deft yen f_ strong Paris, Aug. .-A dispatch from I
: Y '!'r 5f j ; ., fo iatio ;, its experienced officers Nish, Servia, to the Matin says the ; dry Silver etc. '
jl j =; 'S and'its.'syste. rorsafegnards,' makes the Austrian troops were defeated with \ ftI1LOO }
." '* *' i heavy loss in a battle against the t 1 1

"Ii ,; :i1 ; k '" STATE' 'BANK'OF ORLANDO Servians Three regiments on Sunday of near Austrian Semendria infantry , ;.. $ PER YEAR AND,UPs. :: : : : ,: ,

J\ <'.-l : a . comprising 'nearly 10,000 men .: '< ', : .
.' J. ;-: t . the' dace, : tq place. your money"''. wS and supported by heavy artillery, advanced :, ;;1i 11 1." : You cannot afford to leave such ;
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the Servians.
: They
against : ',
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:: } ; ;,? .,'. .DO: THIS NOW !1z ., '. were wounded repulsed on the, leaving field. many dead and I II 11 ,i: valuables at borne when $]3.00 will., '

A large force of Austrians aided : safeguard them for a year. t
by a.flotilla of monitors composed: of :
twenty vessels, has been trying for j f
the last six days to cross the river "
z I r i A a Save into Servian: territory, but has \.'..
f not succeeded in landing. .
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; ;J '",.t.:':. The Orlando: second nine played ..... ..... .:. .' ....., '.'" .. ." ..:. '.: '..' . .. . .. .... ... ...".... ,..'-.. .... .. ... .... .... ." .... ..
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'i '._ j., Winter Park yesterday afternoon to . .... ... ... .
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'. a 15 inning tie of 6 to C. Tony Mus- .
:"' :. . .V' ,., ; ., ., __ t selwhite covered himself with glory :
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'; "I t ;;T;;. .. : ,?- ,. ., -/III/rt4 : and game perspiraticn, and the fielding by pitching of Salts a good and I I D" ] : iir D.

.:.: 7 <. .Cook end the batting of Anderson ...'.... . '
"'!.t,1. end Smith were the sensational features .. .
't'; w h'?:t ' ': August'a. of the game,.:l c:>rding to wire- /...tt. t.:.::;(.: \ .. ;: :?:; .:..:::!;:..:.:: ::;: ,:=::::.Z> ..: :. ..:.;....::::.'.>)./:....:::.:..::: .::<.:.x--X: :: :.; ?;.::':::,<,,,;:.',.::L..:.. ? ::' ;':,' ." ':.
i.T" Victor Records for I grass reverts received: by'tho Sentinel ..

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: .t ; I I OPEX ALL NIGHTI WANTED TO RENT-Five six FOR house wil
or RENT-Boarding
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; 'f . 'The. ',new .list 'for ,August on sale today : O\'E DEATH IN CLOUDBURST i .
t. goes the Phone
: !I I The City Drug'Store is at your service room cottage by year. 1 thirteen rooms; good tor.: w Aj
.h ;':'s '. , and JLS. one 'of the best that has, been is- I NEAR COLORADO SPRINGS | both day and night. Prompt, 632 or 591. v 8-5-3t 'dress, The Magnolia, Boone s: 1e.
: t\\ =. K,' ; sued this,,:year' >.A,.most a.attract, ya list. of the Colorado Springs, Co o.; A.:,. 4.- dependable, courteous. tf Always *put off till tomorrow the |I 7;1-Iwk _
; t. ''.popularsongs 'R.nd.1tew dance numbers, includ- I A closdbursi centering; ten miles: i
.' I Ifa want bicycle fixed in unpleasant things that you feel you
north of here lasi night j tho your
cause Eat what want.
; hit their Mexico you
Berlins best : "On to
I: ;' : 'irig s Way death of 'pcson and damasl 1 a hum. take it to Warman's Repair ought to say today. Eat all you want.
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; 1-- ':,rk: : ',;.lf. '.and' ,_the 'Barcarplle from Tales. of,Hoffman property to the extent of $1$3C33.; 'I ......0'0)-tf' Take a postscript and f..,. .*t <

:..: l 11 : ttS'> recorded_ for dancing To hear them istoTjbuy Railroad traffic is demo1'llizcd'and i We insure your life and loan you For'sale by all druggist 1-? them.I ., the fertile truck gardening district I KEEP AHEAD money on real estate at 6 per centinterest
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,ft.:,.::.....,/,,Jt or..,., ',,;; .. '. .. ', ...."", ., "' '. np. '. south of this city is waste of muJ .:"Of year neighbor by reading! the Curry, Building Guarantee, Tampa Life, Fla.& Loan. Co., WOOD, COAL, AND ICE
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.4 ; W S..BRANCH <; and Sentinel every morning getting f .
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: :;. :: :f.;:: t t._ Two large viaducts here were all the new ..firstHead -
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!; 'f l- ; : < are Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Han;
ri washed out. Roads almost im he convinced of the producing
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