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t. Joplin, Mo., Aug. 5.-(Special.) Thirty-five persons werekilled
... t.1 tonight when a motor car on the Missouri and North Arkansas "

BAs: BELGIAN AVIATOR DISPLAYS and a passenger train on the Kansas City Southern collided CHASED FOR TWELVE HOURS UP
'. head on near here. The cars were split to pieces and caught fire.
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f.....Ywterday'- ', -.... Was-- a Day-, ,of. Disaster' for Germany. on Land and Sea- ; -- .. Within Three Mile Limit to Prevent Capture by British -War

if ",Britisfe'.Tw-pedo,Beat Sinks German.Mine Layer-French ORDERS GERMAN VESSEL Vessel-Was Bound From Gulfport for Italy With

:t t.r' ;: ''Atvnihilntr' . Two. .., German f .. '.Regiments-Russians RELEASED REBELS AT TAMPICO Big Cargo of Lumber-Will Remain in
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-;ItJT.!. 1 't.J .1: ,'DrivkigBftck' : ; '',Germans" .on Border Washington, Aug. '5.-(Special.)-Secretary Daniels today instructed Jacksonville Until End of War
\ ,' '." Admiral Badger to demand from the constitutionalist
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l :, ( *. ,." ," authorities at Tampico the release of the German steamer Anto-
a y:;,2 ..:: t .f' nio, which was detained by the rebels because she had aboard Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 5.-Special.-The( ) German steamer t

Bn sets .Belgium,' Aug; '5.:--((Special.! )-Germany's advance passengers said to be refugees from the federal army.. It is onhardt put into Jacksonville today* for safety, having been
t thMi Belgium, 'suffered :;a 'disastrous ;check and several thou- repQrted the rebels also attempted to interfere with the German chased twelve hours by an English cruiser. The Leonhardt was
1J faeud' de4Mi"and:wounded was the'.toll'paid by the German 'army vice-consul at Tampico. Reports that he had been imprisonedhave en route to Italy from' Gulfport, Miss., with a cargo of 2,150,000feet

:of;liMMief: i its 1ittMk6n..Idege.Ev .: not. been confirmed. of lumber, and would have constituted a rich prize of war. r
; i-; German.att ck;)vas 'met by a heroic, counter attack onNq.Germah7who ;
!a t1-the- part;of;the',Belgians.. ... 1 OOOO GERMAN[ TROOPS S SMA THOUSANDS Of GERMANSCAUGHTBYTHEAR I She encountered the British warship off Sand Key, and under
:? : 'passed,the forts.survived. Two regiments of forced draft the freighter turned northward, closely hugging the
\ German" 'cavalry, which succeeded' 'in'.crossing the Meuse were Florida coast and well within the three mile neutral zone, and

almofit completefyiaimihiiated: by deadly' fireJroIri"Fort; -. Liege. HING THR GHBRGWM A raced for the St. Johns bar. The Leonhardt will remain interned
|| Fif Mfi continues'heavy and deadly. I here until it is safe to sail the seas.
;One'FBeIgian squadron of the, second: ,regiment attacked and
''drbvel cl sit German,.squadroris.J ... INPARIS'SOME I

: .EigWliundred:Liegewhere.theyare:; :"wounded"Germans.beii g.car:: ,have( :for.been carried-r into' thecityfof I NO MORE R[ WAR' Nw[ r PRESIDENT[ IS TRYING TO i

AiGern,; ;aeroplaneflying: \1t:Liege"as.a. tac ed,by a Belgian CAPTURE AND BURN TWO ARE STRANDED AND 11
: aviator ,who..dashed his machine,:straight- into the German i FRONTIER TOWNSON NONE WILL BE ALLOWEDTO CAN t COME fR MGfRMANY BRING ABOUT PEACE7IN
', {awc tcattmg the:aeroplane;in two.It.i ': ., I WAY .: GO HOME
i* [ reposed the Belgian'osseshave: been comparatively light. ,.
t- = 1 _An:.army' !. 1X,000 Germans riSn: marching on .Liege' and ageneralengageme r STRiFE[
., ? :: it\ is looked for tomorrow. Belgians Resist Capture of Vise- Eighty Thousand Were in City

l j .B i !(aviator(during the.;day1 are,said,to:have:surpassed"all' for Several Hours and Those' When War Broke Out, and -. -
-iexpe tations:': 'They: :showed. all the;'skill and daring of: either Resisting Germans j) American Embassy Car EXCEPT WHAT FILTERS WOULD WELCOME OPPORTUNITY
il)teDd orGermans
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Are Killed ing for Many THROUGH COUNTRIES TO ACT IN INTEREST
f!:At Yjee,;where:severe'fighting occurred during,the day, flames j' OF HER ENEMIES
,, ,canjhi sefth.. Swewl civilians;;:there;,who'were clmght'firing upon i' OF PEACE
Liege, Belgium, Aug. 5.-The. Paris, Aug. 5.-It is,believed several -'
capture .
the:GtTO sr5were shot,'.by, 'tl e:1att,: .r. The town of Argentua, ,is
." z 4I.i. of the frontier Belgian town of thousands of Germans and Au- German Atlantic Cable Lines Messages Sent to Germany,

i Aso atJ ,. :....,,..., : , : 1 Vise was effected, by German troops' trians still are in Paris. There were \ ,Have' Been Cut, Isolating Austria, Russia, France
,. -1|J n: H.TORPEDO;BOAT,'SUNK'"GERMAN, MINE LAYER after an engagement lasting ,several : more than 80,000 on the police regis- German Empire From and England Offering
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;J ( ;torpedo Aapsion, fire to the town, killing those of the Germans began to crowd today
third -' destroyer Koenigin population who resisted them. into the American consulate general 'N w York, Aug: 5.-Direct cable
t" Washington, Aug. 5.-President
:Xsiw'afr'nooir_ today: The'Luise.was.formerly a passenger ship. communication with
office here, which has been charged Germany was Wilson
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flames: One hundred thousand Germans German all the European powers involved in
= JUmi 00 ANNIHILATE, TWO, GERMAN, REGIMENTS are reported to be marching on eral Thackara issued to each a certificate The German Atlantic cable lines the war.
}J J"t. Pam:Ate:5;-(SpeciaL) .The: government war office! declared Liege. of identification, which must from New York to Emden, via the The president has sent the following -
.-o icy taught that:two regiments:of:German Uhlans had been be presented to the police commissaryof Azores, were cut about 1:30 a. m., at message to Emperor William,
r _anninikted by"'French troops.in an engagement on the frontier. the district in which the personis some point east of the Azores, possibly Emperor Nicholas, Emperor Franz
.. \: ,Making for French Town of Meuse
\ domiciled. In each exchange the by British warships. The Com- Joseph, President Poincare and King
4 RUANS.DRIVINIx..: 4 BACK. GERMANS.. FROM FRONTIER Brussels, Belgium, Aug. 5.r The commissary gives each authorizationto mercial Cable company, which oper- George: {
;r'Warsaw;;Rusaian.'Poland.: Aug.. .5.-(Special)The Russian government states that the German depart by train to some point in ates the American end of this line, "As official head of pne of the powers
fn iWer paw;are living the enemy before them today. They troops continuing their march were I west France, where he must remain made the ,announcement of the cut- signatory to The Hague conven.
: crbcM the.frontier.at Lyk'and Biala.and penetrated several miles today in neighborhood of Fleron, until the war is over. i thug today and refused to accept mes- tion, I feel it to be my privilege and
'into'German territory, near, Liege. They were out of range'of :Most of the Germans are'destituteand i sages for Germany. It was denied my duty under article three of that
p .>i;Patrols captured;and,burned the German railroad stations at the forts and evidently wishing to members of the consular staff that the lines had been cut by British convention to say to you in a spiritof
'Borjmen ;and:Biala:and""destroyed the 'railroad at these points, reach the French department of have provided many of 'them with warships on this side of the At- most earnest friendship that I
i !thus cutting 'the line, of railroad communication from Lyk to Meuse by following the course of the money.from their own pockets as no tic. The cable was working, according should welcome an opportunity to act
r Her neburg The:Germans are falling back,all along the frontier, river Meuse. 'I|I public funds are, available for ,the to the announcement, as far as in the interest of European peace,
/ ,;buraiag'.village)'after.\village Ein their'' retreat The Belgian official Gazette an-1[purpose. One wealthy German fam- the Azores. either now or at any other time that
pounces: today that the entire seventh ily expelled from ,its flat may have Charles H. Adams', second vice-. might be thought more suitable, as
: and tenth German army corps have to walk the streets until the day appointed president of the Commercial Cable an occasion to serve you and all con-
)' lOW: S f 'WILLPA1'I. \m mm. "HISmi invaded the Belgian province of Liege by the authorities for its de- company, said there was no trouble cerned in a way that would afford me

'l'!. --:: .'., -; and have reached the. vicinity of parture for west France. with the regular Commercial CaMe lasting cause for gratitude and hap- '
Herve, Perinster and Remourchamps.The 1 1 The French authorities have arranged company's lines, which run from New piness.
i IJltlllll m ( OF German artillery bombardedsome ,. for the departure of two York to Nova Scotia and thence"to (Signed) "Woodrow Wilson."
; small forts in their advance. trains to Boulogne and two to Dieppe points on the English coast. Com- It was said at the White House no
< 'mA. Premier De.Broqueville announcedin for the transportation of passengers munication with England over these intimations had been received that
-' ". parliament today that EmQe. Van- desiring to cross the channel. Ar. lines is still being maintained. No such an offer would be favorably re-
I L.; r' I dervelde, the great socialist 'leader, rangements also have been made for hope was held out, however,'for any ceived. President Wilson took the
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'' : had joined the'cabinet, being appointed connecting steamers to meet the immediate restoration of communication position that the :European; war was
OF : TtAJrriCCO( ST: BY, 'DID.NOT APPROVE CARRAN-
with Germany the direct
'-" minister of state. trains and carry the passengers to over so stupendous and that its effect on
t_ l4Ojeet NAPALr VESSELS: ANDRE I ZA'S, REFUSAL TO AC., The premier also stated that all Folkestone, New Haven and South lines. the entire world was liable to be so
A -VENUE. CUTTJRS CEPTTEKMS'OFFERED men trained in the past fifteen years. ampton. A large number of Americans The cutting of the German cable lasting[ that the United States, as one
i., ,, -, : had been called to the colors. have applied for tickets. between Emden and the Azores vir- of the few large neutral powers,
M ; ,Preve> #::,Shipment! Cartejfll Has Not;DecidedUpoa tually completes the isolation of Ger- could not do otherwise than at least
Unceftiitienal Surrender- many from communication with the offer to be the means for bringing

i f.l"t!l::el, ";%.h/1 ,EspNa:'W''Nati: War lt'> to, ,Fightiag Miles:Mexico Within City Twenty, WIFE[ Of FI[ PRESIDENT[ [ DYING AT messages outside world may be except exchanged in so by far wire-as about A hope peace.that the president's offer
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f ; New- ,-, ,.:.at' .Warftta&ai less.All might be accepted was prevalent in
',W, i : : direct communication with the official circles because it is not nec-
W&e ingto 'Aeg:..5-SPeeal.-; .( :Washington, ,Aug. &Sudden 'sus United States is severed. Hereafterall essary for any of-the warring powersto
penion'of the conference be- THE WHITE HOUSE IN/WASHINGTON change the present military statusif
An. Atltetk..patrol to,.prevent ithaea peace news of happenings in Germany
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''' constitutionalistsat
.ti : '&f.tM tween federals ,and will have to filter through hostile they accept it. Article seven of
neutrality
... ,prodeeaation, Saltfllo and that Villa The Hague convention
r t. :., reports countries-Russia on :the east, Franceon provides:
\wi(..>., ,medrltely.. .. ;,be'oJ'eetabkeged-. .,'bj'. practically,.had.proclaimed his independence the west and England on the "The acceptance of mediation can
1, ..ih; ,..M. ,y-Wit.? .. . ,,..'Orders' for the., ; fro \the Carranza, movement Washington, Aug. 5.-(SpeciaU),Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, who north. not, unless there be an agreement to
: ..petrel''have>lf dy been sent. to tfciaiMiC'.CMiJ threatened today to upset plans suffered relapse"several days ago, is in.a dying condition tonight the contrary, have the effect of interrupting
p pf "" for.the speedy settlement' 'of unrest in at the White House, and .it is feared the',end may come at any. FIRST ANTI-TRUST BILL PASSED delaying or hindering mobilization
f.r r Mexico They.did. not approve, Car-. moment She has been confined'to bed for the past two weeks. orother,measures or prep-
'LThe.;rwoae- --,i. -',cetter? C. awroe- --- ,,under ranza's- '" refusal to accept the, terms Since she had a':heavy'fall on the,White House stairway last Washington, Aug. 5.-(Special)- arations for war.
t 3 taeuury:dep rt- for the transition_of,power,in Mexico February,;:her,health has been greatly impaired, bulitiis'statejd By a vote of 53 to 16 the senate late "If it takes place after the commencement .
v :._ Aw (" talri:: it'-'tf.itle/9iitioL.: City;suggested:by.Carbajal's envoys. her-present- condition not:entirely due.,to the accident, She is this afternoon passed the Newlands ,of hostilities the military
-d. .Aipwttrf{ ebUttfttwaof:,* tie United-- ;Reports ofVila's, move' did not surprise suffering from a complication of'ills that have baffled the ,physi-, federal trade commission bill,the first operations in progress are not inter-
St&tos" '< )W':u f'orciui l"'9Q-'will ,lift''necessary ," administration, officials _but) cians in charge. of President Wilson's anti-trust meas rupted in the absence of an agree.
? ."'toeaf tie ". t >L 1 members' ,of 'the. constitutionalistagency Every effort is being made to:keep.the sufferer conscious, but ures. went to the contrary.
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.,. ,'.\-".teary" "y object j 1' .y' the,'petroliaso ..here-_said they.had reason jo today she lapsed into a semi-comatose state which still lingers. o
,.-pWT.Bt the'". .atwgnj:ot'arau or. believe, the rumors were,untrue., At one time today her pulse practically ceased'and it'was thought ,Those office box files are ,still ,sell Palatka'_has received $15,000 from
d ,..ltlou- torn tfce Uoitod' ,""-'We' -. ;l-Yilli''-had::'l freeiirltt .' -, -'.: the/end had come. Tonight the president, nr the ,entire family ing'for',25 cents., Never any more. the government for asite and combaildmg. -

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THOUSANDS OF DEAD AND WOUNDED STREW BATTLE- Thirty-Five Killed in a Wreck GERMAN STEAMER LEONHARDT ARRIVED IN JACKSON

FIELD ,AND TWO REQJMENTS CAVALRY ARE VILLE YESTERDAY AFTER HARD RUN UNDER
Last Night Near Joplin Mo.
., ALMOST COMPLETELY ANNIHILATED FORCED DRAFT

Joplin, Mo., Aug. 5.-Special.-Thirty-five( ) persons were
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killed tonight when a motor car on the Missouri and North Ark-

'A BELGIAN AVIATOR DISPLAYS ansas and a passenger train on the Kansas City Southern collided CHASED FOR TWELVE HOURS UP
:_ I head on near here. The cars were split to pieces and caught fire.

RARE COURAGEYesterday late Many tonight.dead and' injured were brought here on a .special train THE FLORIDA, COASTKept

,:. The cause of the wreck is' said to be due to the motor crew disobeying -

orders.DANIELS.
.' Was a Day of Disaster for Germany on Land and Sea- __ __-h. .0 Within Three Mile Limit to Prevent Capture by British,Wrr
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British Torpedo Boat,Sinks German Mine Layer-French ORDERS GERMAN VESSEL Vessel-Was Bound From Gulfport for Italy With

Annihilate Two German Regiments-Russians RELEASED BY REBELS AT TAMPICO Big Cargo of Lumber Will Remain in

I' Driving Back Germans on Border Washington, Aug. 5.-(Special.)-Secretary Daniels today instructed Jacksonville Until End of War

? : and Invading Germany Admiral Badger to demand from the constitutionalist
authorities at Tampico the release of the German steamer Antonio
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which was detained by the rebels because she had aboard Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 5.-(Special.) The German steamer

Brussels, Belgium, Aug. 5.-(Special.)-Germany's advance passengers said to be refugees from the federal army. It is eonhardt put into Jacksonville today for safety, having been
'through Belgium suffered a disastrous check and several thou- reported the rebels also attempted to interfere with the German chased twelve hours by an English cruiser. The Leonhardt was
sand dead and wounded the toll the German army vice-consul at Tampico. Reports that he had been imprisonedhave
was paid by en route to Italy from' Gulfport, Miss, with a cargo of 2,150,000feet
+ of Meuse for its attack on Liege. not been confirmed. of lumber, and would have constituted a rich prize of war.
-. :German attack met by heroic counter attack
Every was on
the part:of the Belgians. $ : I IA She encountered the British warship off Sand Key, and under
!$100,000 GERMAN TR00PS S THOUSANDS OF f GERMANS
No German who passed the forts survived. Two regiments of forced draft the freighter turned northward, closely hugging the
'German cavalry, which succeeded in crossing the :Meuse were I 3 !t Florida coast and well within the three mile neutral zone, and
almost completely] annihilated by a deadly fire from Fort Liege. MARCHING T THROUGH R : CAUGHTBYTHEVIAR A T [ I raced for the St. Johns bar. ,The Leonhardt will remain interned
continues heavy and deadly.
Fighting here until it is safe to sail the seas.
One Belgian squadron of the second regiment attacked and i iI
drove back,'six German squadrons. BELGUIM IN PARIS

city Eight of Liege hundred where wounded they are Germans being cared have for.been carried. into the 1 NO MORE R[ WAR' NtWSI' PRESIDENT[ IS TRYING T TB TO

A German:aeroplane] flying about Liege was attacked by a Belgian I CAPTURE AND BURN TWO SOME ARE STRANDED AND

aircraft,aviator, cutting who the dashed aeroplane his machine in two. straight into the German i I. FRONTIER ON WAY TOWNS, I NONE WILL GO BE HOME ALLOWEDTO CAN COME[ FROM B BRING A ABOUT PEACE[

,It;is reported the Belgian losses have been comparatively light.
\ 4 An army of 100,000 Germans; is now marching on Liege and a I Vise GERMANY[ IN STRiFE[
general engagement is looked for tomorrow.. Belgians Resist Capture of Eighty Thousand Were in City
Igi aviators" during the day are said to have surpassed all for Several Hours and Those When War Broke Out, and -,
expectations. They showed all the skill and daring of. either Resisting Germans j American Embassy Car EXCEPT WHAT FILTERS WOULD WELCOME OPPOR-

French- or Germans. Are Killed ing for Many THROUGH COUNTRIES TUNITY TO ACT IN IN-
At'Vise, where'severe fighting occurred during the day, flames OF HER ENEMIES
: be Several there who i I TEREST OF PEACE
Can, seen. civilians were caught firing upon
Liege, Belgium, Aug. 5.-The capture '! Paris, Aug. 5.-It is believed several
the Germans, were shot by the latter. The town of Argentua is '
: also' in, flames., : of the frontier Belgian town of thousands of Germans and Aus1- German Atlantic Cable Lines Messages Sent to Germany,
'.' 1 Vise was effected by German troops trians still are in Paris. There were Have Been Cut, Isolating Austria, Russia, France
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hours. It is stated the visitors set ters before the war broke out. Rest of World His Services
London Aug.; 5. (Special.) The torpedo boat Aapsion of the I !
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fire to the town, killing those of the Germans began to crowd today
third destroyer flotilla sunk the German mine layer Koenigin population who resisted them. : into the American consulate general New York, Aug. .-Direct 'cable
Washington, Aug. President
_Luise at noon today The Luise was formerly a passenger ship. i communication with
office here, which has been charged Germany was
5 The town of Argenteau is also in Wilson has offered his good offices to
,I flames. One hundred thousand Germans -I with German interests. Consul General stopped today. all the European powers involved in
FRENCH ANNIHILATE TWO GERMAN REGIMENTS I
The German Atlantic cable lines
Thackara issued to each a cer-
are reported to be marching on I I the war.
Paris, Aug; 5.-(Special.)-The government war office declared Liege. tificate of identification, which must from New York to Emden, via the The president has sent the following .
:officially,tonight that two regiments of German Uhlans had been be presented to the police commissaryof Azores, were cut about 1:30 a. m., at message to Emperor William,
:annihilated .by'French troops in an,engagement on: the frontier. Making for French Town of Meuse the district in which the personis some point east of the Azores, possibly Emperor Nicholas, Emperor Franz
domiciled. In'each exchange the by British warships. The Commercial Joseph, President Poincare and King
RUSSIANS DRIVING BACK GERMANS FROM FRONTIER Brussels, Belgium, Aug. 5.-The i,commissary gives each authorization Cable company, which operates . George:
Warsaw, Russian Poland, Aug. 5.-Special.-The Russian government states that the German i I to depart by train to some point in the American end of this line,I "As official head of one of the powers
frontier patrols are driving the enemy before them today. They troops continuing their march were ;west France, where he must remain I made the announcement of the cut- signatory to The Hague convene
crossed the frontier at Lyk and Biala and penetrated several miles today in the neighborhood of Fleron until the war is over. tiing today and refused to accept mes- tion, I feel it to be my privilege and
,into German territory. near Liege. They were out of range Most of the Germans are destituteand sages for Germany. It was denied my duty under article three of that

Patrols captured and burned the German railroad stations at of the forts and evidently wishing to members of the consular staff that the lines had been cut by Brit- convention to say to you in a spiritof
Borjinen and Biala and destroyed the railroad at these points, reach the French department of have provided many of them with ish warships on this side of the At- most earnest friendship that I
thus cutting the line of railroad communication from Lyk to Meuse by following the course of the money ,from their own pockets as no tic. The cable was working, according should welcome an opportunity to act
Henneburg. The Germans are falling back all along the frontier, river :Meuse. I Public funds are available for the to the announcement, as far as in the interest of European peace,
burning village after village 'in their retreat. The Belgian official Gazette an- purpose. One wealthy German fam the Azores. either now or at any other time that
nounces today that the entire seventh ily expelled from its flat may haveto Charles H., Adams, second vice-,_ might be thought more suitable, as
and tenth German army corps have walk the streets until the day ap- president of the Commercial Cable an occasion to serve you and all con
U.U S NJTRAl.I1Y[( Willi lllA PROClAIMS HIS S I invaded the Belgian province of Liege pointed by the authorities for its de- company, said there was no trouble cerned in a way that would afford me
and have reached the, vicinity of parture for west France. with the regular Commercial CaMe lasting cause for gratitude and hap-
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Herve, Perinster and Remourchamps.The I 1 The French authorities have arranged company's lines, which run from New piness.
BE ENfORfID BlPATROl INDEPENDECE[ [ OF f German artillery bombardedsome for the departure of two York to Nova Scotia and thence 'to (Signed) "Woodrow Wilson."

small forts in their advance. trains to Boulogne and two to Dieppefor points on the English coast. Communication It was said at the White House no
CARRANZA Premier De Broqueville announcedin the transportation of passengers with England over these intimations had been received that
S parliament today that Emile Van- desiring to cross the channel. Ar- lines is still being maintained. No such an offer would be favorably re-
J dervelde, the great socialist leader, rangements also have been made for hope was held out, however, for any ceived. President Wilson took the
had joined the cabinet, being appointed connecting steamers to meet the immediate restoration of communication position that the European war was
OF ATLANTIC COAST BY DID NOT APPROVE CARRAN-
minister of state. trains and carry the passengers to with Germany over the direct so stupendous and that its effect on
i NAVAL, VESSELS AND ZA'S, REFUSAL TO AC- The premier also stated that all Folkestone, New Haven and South lines. the entire world was liable to be so
REVENUE CUTTERS CEPT TERMS OFFERED men trained in the past fifteen years ampton. A large number of Americans The cutting of the German cable lasting that the United States, as one
had been called to the colors. have applied for tickets. between Emden and the Azores vir- ol the few large neutral powers,
Object Is to Prevent Shipmentof Carbajal Has Not Decided Upon tually completes the isolation of Germany could not do otherwise than at least
Unconditional 'Surrender- from communication with the offer to be the means for bringing

t V 1 Any Cofltrabaad Now European at War of Nation War to Fighting Miles Mexico Within City Twenty WIFE[ Of THE[ PRESIDENT[ [ DYING Al less.All messages outside world may be except exchanged in so by far wire as about might hope peace.A be accepted that. the was president's prevalent offer in

official circles, because it is
direct communication with the not necessary
Washington, Aug. 5.-(Special)- Washington, Aug. 5.-Sudden sus- United States is severed. Hereafterall I for any of the warring powersto
An Atlantic patrol to prevent infractions pension of the peace conference be- THE[ WHITE[ HOUSE[ IN WASHING10NVashington news of happenings in Germanywill change the present military statusif
tween federals and constitutionalistsat have to filter through hostile they accept it. Article seven of
of the, neutrality proclamation Saltillo and reports that Villa I countries-Russia on the east, Franceon The Hague convention provides:
,will immediately be established by practically had proclaimed his independence I the west and England on the "The acceptance of mediation can
the navy department Orders for the from the Carranza movement I Aug. 5.-Special.-Mrs.( Woodrow Wilson, who north. not, unless there be an agreement to
S patrol have already been sent to the threatened today to upset plans suffered relapse several days ago, is in a dying condition tonightat the contrary, have the effect of interrupting
for the speedy settlement of unrest in and it is feared the end may at
: Atlantic coast the White House, come any FIRST ANTI-TRUST BILL PASSED delaying or hindering mo-
'.' Mexico. They did not approve Carranza's *, moment. She has been confined to bed for the past two weeks. bilization or other measures or prep- Y
The revenue cutter service, under refusal to accept the terms: Since she had a heavy fall on the,White House stairway last Washington, Aug. 5.-(Special)- arations for war.
the direction of the treasury department for the transition of power in Mexico February, her health has, been greatly impaired, but. it is stated By a vote of 53 to 16 the senate late "If it takes place after the commencement
,. will form part of the patrol City suggested by Carbajal's envoys. her present condition is not entirely due to the accident. She is this afternoon passed the Newlands of hostilities the military
,A partial mobilization ,of the United Reports of.ViHa's move did not sur- suffering from a complication of ills that have baffled the physicians federal trade commission bill, the first operations in progress are not inter
States naval forces will be necessaryto prise administration officials, but in charge. of President Wilson's anti-trust meaS- rupted in the absence of an agree
enforce the patroL members of "the constitutionalistagency Every effort is being made to keep the sufferer conscious, but ures. ment to the contrary." ;
td The primary object of the patrol here said they had reason to today she lapsed into, a semi-comatose state which still lingers.At o
id to prevent the,sending,of arms' or believe the rumors were untrue. one time today her pulse practically ceased and,it was thoughtthe Those office box files are still selling Palatka has received $15,000 from
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: Ladies' Lace. Lisle Hose, worth $1.50 to $2.50 $2.50 to $3.00 values for $1.50

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Solicits the listing of your property as your exclusive agent only. We situated ourselves to give service which
surpasses any services rendered so far by any real "real estate firm" in our State. We shall explain our servicein
:: person,if you,call at our office any,morning from 9 to 12 a.m., and out-of-town patrons by mail, and will
leave it to your judgment whether or not your interest is in responsible hands if entrusted to us.
Our Company will also advance 75 per cent. of the purchase price if, so desired by the purchaser, to show
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WE ALSO BUY ANY PROPOSITION WITH COMMERCIAL VALUE.

i_. I This Company will also furnish Bank guarantee to our patrons whenever requested. $250,000.00 worth of
-s property'we already have listed as exclusive agents and our arrangements completed to give attention to any
? additional amount of propositions, if listed with us. /'
respectfully invite you to call and acquaint'yourself with our methods of doing real, "real, estate busi-
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'= t OF BOARD OF ord, and warrant for $40 given inpayment
' COUNTY! ,COMMISSIONERS, for same.

-', Petition of John E. Johnson, Gust

Monday, ,August, 3, 1914 Jackson et al. for a road beginningat
the county ,road running from NeYor1aurn$3 r n $ OO
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;Board'met, Present, Chairman south to north:in1 southeast quarterof I
f ,Oyerstreet;. Commissioners Dillard,
i southwest
quarter, section, 13, GRAND
''Brown;.Sweet,.and Starbird.
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township 21
range 28 east, run west
!Minutes. of the last meeting read, southwest
: through ,; quarter of south-
approved and signed.
west quarter, then through section 14
'E. ,H.:Walker i appeared before the } CLYDE LINE
till ,it strikes the clay road running
Board in reference to having the ob-
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from Orlando to Apopka, received TODAY .
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structions5removed from ,Randolph
and read. Upon motion the road was
venue near Gatlinj Upon motion Only Direct Line From
granted upon the condition that the Jacksonville
the, superintendent roads and
.1 I opening of said road be of no expenseto
bridges was instructed to have said the county. '

obstructions, removed, the right of
h t way to be as originally platted, viz., Petition of Seth 'Woodruff, C. M. I Fare Includes Meals and Stateroom Don't Forget-You can win the Automo-
60 feet Higgins, et aL for road beginning on I Accommodations

Bids 'of J. B. Redditt, and Parker west line, of ,northwest quarter of bile and the $5,00 Gold Piece.

received. southeast:quarter of section 31, town- Tickets on Sale Until September 30th
ahip 22,south, range 30 east, 10 chains and ,
Good
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south of Returning From New York
northwest
comer of said 40 up
$47 for the bridge and 30 cents pjr j
yard for the grading was accepted.sectio acres run'north to norht line of said to and Including October 31st. Ships "Father's Scapegoat"A
n 31, heretofore laid over under Scheduled
Warrant be given in December to Sail Tuesdays Thursdays
t ,Mr. Hancock appeared before the the rules, was taken up, and upon Saturdays at 2:00 P. M. Biograph Drama. Something on which you have
motion
.>:. 'Board in reference'to purchasing tile. petition was granted. never gone wrong in all your life.
Referred to superintendent of roads Petition of Seth Woodruff, W. A.Stacey For Further Particulars
:and'bridges. et aL for road commencing on Apply to

;R.. H. Williams appeared before the the west line of northwest quarter of

_Board in reference 'to the extensionof southeast quarter of section 31, town H. G. WENZEL Fla. Pass. Agent
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the.road near Mount Dora. Upon ship 22 south, range 30 east, 10 chains "Dorthy Danebridge Militant"AVitagraph

motion the county accepted the route south of northwest corner of said 40 .
established by Commissioner Star- acres, and run east to east line of I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Comedy. Whoever saw a poor Vita-

bird and the superintendent of roads said section 31, heretofore laid over grap ?

and bridges; road not to cost more under the.rules, was taken up, and

; than $70. Mr. Williams to accept in upon motion, petition was granted.

.' part payment the amounts paid by Petition of W. H. Munger, ,W.,
'the ,citizens; the county to pay the Walker et aL, heretofore laid ov D.I I "Coward and the Man"An
difference. under the rules, was taken

{ ;Messrs. J. N. Whitner and S., 0. action.Petition. ups John B. Stetson University Edison Drama. Still another Company that hasnever

,Chase appeared before the Board in of P. M. Shanibarger, E. failed to

reference to equalization of taxes on B.Keen et aL for a road, beginningat LINCOLN HULIEY, Ph.D., LilI.D., LED, President please you.
lands on St Johns river. Upon motion {southeast corner of southwestquarter

the matter to be taken up late r of southwest. quarter, section DeLAND, FLORIDA
'Following bonds as notaries public 29, township 23 south, range 30 east, THE COLLEGE GRADUATE
approved: run west,on section line a distance of THE COLLEGE Courses leading to the degrees DEPARTMENT Of Master of OF Art ARTS and AND Sciences.SCI \CES- "Red iding Hood of the Hills"An

,M. Donald Lee; sureties, Jas. A. 11-2 miles to the OrlandoKissimmeeroad for admission.OF LIBERAL Twentj.one ARTS FOR MEN-16 Carnegie units required
Knox and S. E. Ives. Chas. P. Dow; heretofore laid over under the THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS departments FOR WOMEN-A in all Essanay Drama. One Good Picture. The best

sureties, W. J. Conoley and A. N.: rules, was taken up, and upon motionpetition THE COLLEGE dormitories OF for LAW-Course women and leading a separate gymnasium ITT woman 16 Carnegie dean separate units. Show in the City.Tomorrow .
to the LL. B.
Goodwin. H. R. Whitcomb; sureties, was granted. THE mitted to practice in Florida without examination. degree. Graduates ad'

Fidelity Trust and Deposit Company Petition of J., B. Steinmetz et, al. and COLLEGE Chemical OF engineering ENGINEERING-Courses: leading to degrees.in Civil, Mechanical, Electrical
of ,Maryland. for road, heretofore laid over under THE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS-Especially for Florida teachers strong
f mal courses and nor-
Following bonds to bear the rules, was granted. special teachers' courses.
fire arms Beginningon THE COLLEGE OF BUSISESS-Besides "Arizona" America's
approved. and licenses ordered issued: north side of right of way of S. THE Shorthand, Typewriting' courses in History Banking., Law.Book-leeping.Economics and Accounting.Finance. great-
J. J. Bronson sureties A. L. railway, west of Piedmont ACADEMY-Sixteen units for graduation. Prepares for Harvard, Yale
;' R. D. Keen station : Princeton, Chicago and all high grade colleges. est play portrayed in pictures.SIX .
and H.. G.:Redditt S. & W. revolver being 42.60 chains south and THE SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS-For boys and young men desiring
No, '32. Margaret G. 6.90 chains west of northwest manual training, mechanical drawing, ic. reels.
Taylor sureties corner THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC-Separate teachers for piano, pipe organ violin,voice. big You can't
C. W. Goodrich and Jas. DeLaney of section 24, township 21 south, harmony and chorus work. ':
; Harrington & Richards revolver, range 28 east, run north 62 deg. east THE SCHOOL Pastel, and OF water FINE,color.ARTS-Free hand and life drawing. Painting ia oil. afford to miss it.
22 caliber 24.64 chains to Orlando-Apopka ro

City Commissioner Johnson appeared north 62 deg. east 14.36 chains, no ch SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO

before the, Board in referenceto 24 deg. east 12.57 chains, north '27 1. The Preliminary Course in
Atrlc'Jtut-Dotanr. Biology,
Organic and inorganic
the 50:per cent due the city from deg. west 5.78 chains, north 7.65chains : Chemistry. qualitative and caantatwe analysis, Agricultural! chem-

the road;.and bridge tax. Clerk instructed north 1 deg. west 20 chains, 2. The istry Pre-Medical Mineralogy.Course Geology-Physiology, ie. Biology, Anatomy, Histology Bacteriology ORCHESTRA5c
to furnish data. north 3 deg. 45 min. east 19.91 Zoology Botany, General Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry Qualitative -

.H B. Merritt appeared before the chains, north 11 deg. east 9.85 chains, 3. and The Quantitative Course for Religeeus Chemistry.Workers-In BibScal Literature History,
.t Board ,in reference to filling clay pit north 110.70 chains, north 20 chains, Pedagogy, Ethics, Logic and Theism. English
north of, Loclt 1art. Upon'motion the east 6.SO chains, north 140 chains, \

county will deed back to Mr. :Diem itt east 20 chains, north 46 chains to "lOcIIIIIIIIIIII.III.
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the land occupied by the pit upon condition Apopka-Wekiwa Springs road, thencer. ; -
that he fill the pit. following same to spring.
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Mr. Nicholson appeared before the Upon motion the route as surveyedbe WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ?

Board in reference to hire of tent granted, near Lake Barton: Be- -- --_ .
One dollar and fifty cents offered in ginning at quarter section post on FLORIDA FOR STATE WOMEN COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

e payment,'but .was declined. south boundary section 20, township GAINESVILLE,
Communication from the Florida 22 south, range 30 east, run east 40 TALLAHASSEE.
Sanitarium received and read. Action chains to section corner, run east 33chains School College of of Arts:Music and; Sciences School ;of Normal Expression School;: r IIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'lll

deferred.Letter.. to post, north 50 deg. 30 min. School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions: Liberal Arts;
1 from F.,H. Williams, su 8r.east 615 feet on north side of Lake School pool; basket: Modern ball Gymnasium and tennis courts with swimming new and Law College; ;Engineering Experiment: Station Agriculture Extension; Teachers '

r' visor of,registration, received. Upon] Barton, north 900 feet, north 21 deg. tories modern have buildings all ;modern beautiful conveniences campus ;dormi new ings besides; Graduate gymnasium School, Ten swimming;new brick build Division S COLLEGE[ [ Wintet arK

.motion $10 and,ten cents addition for 15 min. east 1,542 feet to 'old road, dining room' and kitchen most hygienic in subsidiary buildings. 61 officers pool'many in ,
Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 unties structors !
and
being 1.47 miles. assistants. 354
each registering the and 12 young men
person was compensation I states last session.
t. fixed for deputy supervisors. I Upon motion it was ordered that School TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign* 47 countries Florida counties last session.and 24 States and Oldest College and Most Beautiful Grounds in Florida
Bcrxd and entrance fees for the TUITION
the FREE Board and Entrance Fees,
comptroller be requested to allow year 112100. For
catalogue write $13150 per year. Write today for College Academy :Music
EDWARD catalogue Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic -
the CONRADL President
cancellation of A. A. :
r Communication from the town coun- tax certificate No. MURPHREE President and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Course.
cfl of Maitland in 310 of 1913, cancelled, as school
respect to the railroad prop- Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection *
crossing south of depot recei ved.arty and marked exempt for 1914 andall
fine
gymnasium malaria
no
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Upon motion clerk was instructed, to subsequent years. Affidavit of L. iMiiimiiiiiiiiMiiiitttmmiiiiMiniiii II.111111111111111111IIIIII : endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ,
write B. E. Haley, road master of B. Giles filed in connection therewith. .
dozen
'1 a pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new
,A. C. L, at issimmee, and ,requestthat L B. Giles appeared before thegrove. IIII rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New
r\ the railroad in the Board in reference to the assessment III.
put
crossing
chemical and
physical laboratories
I equipped with
every
as wanted by the town Maitland.d. on the Sweetapple-Hammond .
orange
modern device
I.I. analysis of soils fertilizers
; foods
water.
Petition of, D. P. Sias, E. A. Turner -' The Board decided, to make I.II Preparation for engineering ,
course.
et aL for road no change in the assesment. IIII
a
commencing rat
Lakes
boating, swimming, golf, tennis football
The ,
; matter of the
I the intersection of, the Orlando and assesment of the I.. 5E Christian, but undenominational; expenses moderate.
Ocoee clay road, run north to northwest Totohatchie ranch was taken up. I.I.I.II Scholarships available. For catalogue address
corner,of southwest Upon motion the assessment was low .
northwest quarter of section 13 Inn ered from $2.00 to $125 per acre, the WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN

:west to railroad' in section 17; also reduction being on account of land ,

begin at a point one-fourth mile west being subject to overflow. Ph D. LL D., President
of section line between sections 34 Clerk was authorized to charge
and 35, at Clareona, at the junctionof general revenue fund and credit road 4 IIIMMMMMMIIMIIIItlMltiilHiilieMiHMI
the Clarcona and Winter Garden fond with $37.90.

road, and running south about *21-2 Reports of the following county

1 miles to intersect the ,road between officers were received, read and filed: MMIIIililllMlllltllillllllllitlttMIKIfggllliiBM

Ocoee and ,Orlando, was taken Treasurer to state and to cdunty, ,
,Upon motion the petition is g ated'sneriff to state and to county, super H
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and the .road ordered surveyed. intendent of county home, county

\ Communication from Mrs. E. A. physician, clerk criminal court, payroll I THE MARKETOf

f ,Bearden asking;.the. county to clear i state witnesses criminal court, I .. ,
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road from Pine Castle 'road to old June tax redemptions, superintendentroads I II
.Fair: Grounds received.. No actiontaken. : and bridges, foreman road Cleanliness Of Quality i

gang, certificates of banks and au d- ;: . .

Petition of F. M.. Preston, M. H. itor's financial statement. FRESH AND SALT MEATS
t Jones et aL for a road commencing Warrants ordered drawn. I
Board adjourned to next regular .1 I FISH AND GAME
96 feet south of the northwest: corner -

,of 'lot 10 of the subdivision of W. W. meeting. .. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

Harney's homestead, run east to Lake +C /l
Conway,'south 30 feet, west to Randolph i Considerable, building has been gong \ a t ; !_ic Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
avenue, received and laid over on in St. Augustine for the last
aid
few weeks and all ,available pore.
under. the rules. carpenters r
,Petition of G. W. Oliver,W. P. Vin- and mechanics are busy. Many We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

hug et aL, for'a road on the south side summer cottages are being' built ,onAnastatia \ everything in the Meat Line.
of'the town'of Winter Gardena from island and in a few years "

point near Oscar: Wells' residenceto this island will be .a popular: resort.OSTEO.PATBY. I' "The Finest Sewing Machine on Earth Today"
the southwest corner of northwest Ii

quarter, of section 23, towns l 'ip oa i: THE FREESold The PARLOR MARKET i
south, range 27 east distancethreeeighths b I'

:of a;mie, received and for cash, or on easy terms, and this at less than regular H H.
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the Self & Co.
under rules.
lajd,over selling prices elsewhere. Get
yours-now, today.
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:Deed,from E. A.'Murray to ( rangeyards : 1

i' county for.a.tract;of land 140' ..,.i..u"N. slid hf;appoWaeatN C.,HUGH DAVIDS, Agt. PINE STREET

east and'west,by 35 yards'north'and extra efcarfe fer 11iraRwnship bMfeMatOffto 2ad.__ floor Yowell-Duckworth Bldg. Orlando
sooth. ,in, section''',90," tcF 22, T.itiW., > Florida. Phone No. 80PIOCIIDINGS i

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HOMING AND:WCCKIYJO&AH done recently by a professor of the We have only a small,financial interest -Montana, Appleton, Wisconsin, St.

',.... Mtor'ui OWMT. University'of Pennsylvania, that in in the children's play groundon Paul and Rochester, Minnesota, and
Lake Eola, but we got our money's 1 Portland, Maine, each have an Orange -
f Knterad at UM poatofiic. at Orlando Flor the great melting pot of races that
tat..: H Second, Class, Mail Mntter.Cf ., American institutions provide thereis worth in half an hour the other even- street or Orange avenue. It
ing standing on the cement walk and must be highly amusing for the inhabitants -
and also promise, of "the |
SUBSCRIPTION BATES hope, ,
.; ,Dtfly.! Year ..........................$5.00 finest racial type that the world has watching he kiddies enjoy the swings, ]I of Missoula and St. Paul to
BUTI Mouths .;...1.1..1:... %.60 sliders, and teeter-totters. There l get out on to Orange avenue in December -
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Dailr. I MOnths ........ .. ....'x..1.26, yet produced. In the racial ,inter- The Men's'Shirt
a P fly. 1 Month .........!,..!.......... .60 mingling of the "pushing, driving, should be twice as many furnishings,I January, February and March
progressing, domineering AngloSaxon as many of the children have to stand each year, and dig three or four feet

Weekly; '1':Year ....................... LOO with the artistic, culture-loving around and wait for their turn. of snow from the sidewalk so they
,Weekly < Months ................:.... 75 peoples of, southern and eastern Eu- I'I is. I can get down town. "Icicle street"

rope" there is already to be found the j i Mr. Herbert Franklin, who writes and Snowbank avenue" would be

TO ADVERTISERS, : explanation and the definition of the i signs, .trims windows, sells clothing, I, more euphonious for the Montana and
I; and does other useful things at Minnesota towns.
many
American
Cw to dhplar and all ether baHet.1IIt distinctive type.
UrertUnf be hewed in at the kutaeu What has made what may be,called I the Yowell-Duckworth store, is said *
:Bee*tl 7 Were the Seated poblkatira.net later This than rule 2 applies p. B.tfcji the American experiment the success to be writing a new song which be- A Pensacola lady who is a notary SaleIS I

: t. changes. for' contract afortUfar it isUrariakto that it has already proved itself to be gins something like this: public married a couple the other
and wifl ke strictly adhered to. is the fact that it has enabled all the "Let's go up to the roof garden, dear, day and thought she was the first 1

races of the world to reveal to one And have some peach ice cream; I lady in Florida to perform the human
t tinned Suhier should eri notify desiring the The office Sentinel in writing discern-fin another under our free institutionsthe We'll be so happy and heaven so near, splicing ceremony. The Tampa Tribune

continued ore date 'of at expiration the regular otherwise subscription it will rates be, best that is in them and to meet That life will seem only a dream. I thinks Miss Ohme of the cir-

:F BntH motke to atop is reeei.ed.i and mate as the individual may see It is expected that either John cuit court's office in that city was the

'"! fit, untrammeled by old world preju Rowland or Walter Yowell will write first one because she did the stunt a

THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1914. dices as to caste or creed or station.In the music for Mr. Franklin's poetic few months ago. Oh,. my! Miss CONTINUING with

no other land under the sun is it gem. Ohme, Miss Margaret Hart, deputy
,
posible,without prejudice for the best ,in the county judge's office in this r
,Just boostin' it won't hurt increased in-
keep,on vastly
to seek each other out, to find each Everything is big in Miami. Even city, married a couple here a year
I. yQu.w other and to make a union which in- the rails ordered for the new street ago. But Miss Hart has not yet given .

"' 0 sures a posterity which shall perpet- railway are of such unusual size that her heart to any man, and when Miss terest and justly so...the 4
It is pretty well understood whereall
uate that combination of the best. the mills will have to make them to Ohme had a proposal a few months
the European powers stand except Ours is a young nation, and thereis order. Hope the crowds that ride on since she replied, "Oh, my, this is so price reductions alone

t. firs PankhurstLet's in us still ,the crudeness that we the cars after the rails are laid will sudden for Miss Ohme." All of which

:r o have not yet had time to outgrow. be equally large and unusual. goes to prove that matrimony is not
borrow the, Ohio legislature, should interest all but
; But here on this free soil of ours and * "catching" like mumps and smallpox. men,
r which recently met, reduced taxes and
under our free institutions, based on No wonder there is war in England.
before
sundown.
adjourned o the best that our forefathers inher- Reports come to this country that, Use the Sentinel want ads. when these sweeping reductions -

If. Japan gets into that European ited and developed in a freedom of women are receiving 4 cents per pair

scrap we will have to loan out our opportunity enjoyed by no other peo- for making pants in some of the fac Up to date painting, papering, etc., are made on
'Richmond Pearson Kissing Hobson. ple, is to be found every justificationfor tories. That is cheaper than a respectable is the kind you want. Where to get

-o- the prohpecy of "the finest racial dog can make pants in a it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. Shirts of standard integrity
type that the world has yet pro- hot day. Entrican. 120tfEat -
c We are complying'with the presi- e
duced. *
**'dent's request, arid remaining just as --.on Shirts known
The Times-Union says: "By way of
what want.
you
'falm as possible. Nothing short aboutour
War or no war, the state millagehas securing a pleasing effect, the city of Eat all you want.
+ patriotism. been reduced to six mills. Tampa changes the name of Cork Take a postscript and forget it. throughout the entire
n 0 For sale by all druggists.
Y' o street to Snow street. Tampa has
1.7d&wlyrMcOULLOCII'S
Belgium, about as large as, a post-
,age stamp on the map,. is doing its Jack Johnson is in Paris, but Uncle about as much right to have a Snow States as positively the
Sam will likely let him fight his street as Nome has to have an Or-
little best to lick Germany, and will wayoul' Iii 11111 11111 I"
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yave lots of help before very long. best procurable no
but inappropriately per-
o name may smell as sweet, an -
J -. o-
named street grates
Y The Sentinel has been first in Orlando A New York court has decided thata should miss this
harshly on the ear for evermore. By son extra-
i with every important development hug and a kiss is marriage enoughto
the speaking about the names
in the European war situation.It be binding, and every man in the I way, :
of book has been published
streets
a sale
pays to read the morning paper. state ought to be arrested for big- J 1 ordinary .
of the
giving a complete directory
0 amy. names of all the streets in all the Department Store
:; i t{ If the:war lasts until October the o L
towns and cities in the United States.
annual world's series, between New The Ger- '
press dispatches report a ;
that
From this list it appears over OF
York and, Philadelphia, will possibly man cruiser off Pensacola trying to
ey 1,400 towns and cities have a "Main .
fret a paragraph the second page. procure enough coal to carry her street. 'Twenty-five other towns be- Jelly Tumblers
---o- home. Better secure a good pair of
,,'There is a remarkable similarity in wings. I \

,those editorials going the rounds ofthe r-o iHMtllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIMT.F.HOUWN Fruit Jars M

_Florida press giving the cause of Half the,boys in the United 'States tt Suits"The

the war in Europe, but fortunately are wishing they were old enough to
?hey 'did not really cause ito
allkindsPieseing
go away to the wars and become Licensed Plumber and '
great generals, while all the men are
Editor Frank. Mayes, of the Pen- Sanitary Engineer
'f\ glad they are in "watchful waiting"U Best Known"
atria Journal, was offered the appointment .-S. X Estimates Furnished. jobbing
Promptly Attended to. rand
: as postmaster at Pensacola o ettles -

yod refused the job. He is the only LIGHTNING BUG BRILLIANCYAs PHONE 629

ftor of that kind in captivity. 106 Court Street

._0 L_, "Known the
a paragrapher, Hugh Sparkmanis as Best"
t f',The, Lakeland Telegram offers tot taking the lead among the most f ORLANDO, FLORIDA 20 S. Orange Aveke. j jlillllllllMHHM"

Ome across with four bits .of the brilliant on the Florida press.-Arcadia ' tallmiMIIIIiMMHIHMMMH
250,000, to be, raised for the San News. I
Franciscd exposition. Who wilt come .

forward with the 249999.50 the com- ,. m eI
missioners are still shy? !IHMimitHMIMItlMMIIMttMmimillHMIIIIIIHIIIIIIHH, ;
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The London Times o declares the 1 THERMOS BOTTLES

.ire nt European struggle is thegreatest .
war' since the fall of theRoman : ; Factory shipment just received. We refill broken boltles.McELR.OY'S : Note some of the Prices :

empire. Possibly it is, but we
were, too young at the time' to remember i : PHARMACY .
much'about that great drop.
0 ', Give as a Trial. Quick Delivery in Drags. PHONE 20. Try Oar Ice Cream.iniiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiii.

Like the editor of the Bingville "llliiMMMIiMIMMMMtlMIMtmiMIMMIIMIMI Regular $1.00, $1.25 for . . . 83c

Bugle, we could write an "able editor

rial" on the European war, but it iiilMtiiilltllllillilMliltlMMIHMMtlMMMIIIMMmMIIIIHHIillHMI t Regular $ 1.50, for . . . . . $1.15
,wouldn't save any gunpowder or blow

up any battleships. So what's the
use? Regular 1.65, for . . . . $1.25

0 ,
;a The million dollar road bond issue Regular 2.00, for . .111.11 $1.38
was overwhelmingly defeated in Du-:
,, ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES
val county Tuesday.. Duval county +
Regular 2.50, for .1..1.1.1 $1.88
has in the shown its belief in
3 past Commencement Day-an important event in the ,
Ogood roads, but there have been too '
markof
.;many charges 'of extravagance, not lives appreciation of young people and encouragement- should receive to some commemorate fitting the Regular 3.00, for . . . . $2.25

to mention an uglier word, for tne occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of .
'people to ,favor another bond issue Jewelry? Regular 3.50, for . . . . $2.65
:. just_now. .

o. .\ DIAMONDS AND WATCHES Regular 3.75, for $2.65
,In a few days the Sentinel will .1.11111.
,'
publish the 1914 tax assessments for We direct the attention of relatives and friends to ,

.the city of Orlando. Following publication the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this Regular 4.00, for . . . . . $2.85

every property owner will store. From the most inexpensive this season's new- ,
have an ,opportunity to make com- est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Diamond

plaints. Now watch your neighbor or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional-
boost the value of your property and ues and assortment.A .

'run down his own. But it will doubtless visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno ,

: prove the best way yet devisedto obligation to buy.T.H.Evansthe. .
equalize tax assessments. .
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The Miami papers declare that the

war will turn,tourists from Europe to
Florida and that the state will have

more winter'visitors than ever before '. .

ii in its history. Sure thing, and the H DIOKSONIYES CO
enormous demand for foodstuffs in

Europe will send prices soaring and

.fill the pockets of the American farmer -

; full to bursting. He, in turn will
=Y enjoy more luxuries than ever before, JewelerOPPOSITE DEPARTMENTAL[ STORE

and among those luxuries will be generous -
portions of Florida fruit and

'winter vegetables. So the Florida Orlando's Favorite Shopping Placer
POSTOFFICE
grower will prosper and in turn will

come to town and spend his money < ', t .'
and' make' else ' ' REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
everybody 'prosper. ;.. ,: .: ," EXPERT .
Cut out ,the talk about hard times. HlillllllltlllllieiMIIMM MHH
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A ,ORLANDO, FLA.&waaeisatten&ngto.a. 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. s
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Admission 5 cents H. Sadler, of Oakland, Will Try
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." nice I I Explosive :Method of I. 0 J Ji i
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?list'of pianos,in Bartow this week.Mh H i
S jUYSANDSiLS PROGRAM a
: M. B. Ives and sister,Mrs. F. si
; : -
J. H. Sadler of Oakland
was
,T. Scruggs, left yesterday- for New .REAL ESTATE E : Victor. "Admission, Two Pins." A brought to Orlando yesterday by a "Get I
'y'orlL: It t
: g !to : quaint comedy-drama in which two Sentinel advertisement to secure the Allen's"I
clever kids bring their snobbish
: Mr. J. M. Lee, one of Kissimmee's ent to time.Crystal par- services of Mr L. N. Lewis in dyna- I
.pioneer' citizens, 'was among. Orlando's miting one thousand of his
"An Up to Date Cook." orange : I
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south of
600 Winter ,
'0; visitors, ,,yesterday, ; acres Featuring Vivian Prescott and trees. Mr. Sadler says they are old ... .... II .i
: Postmaster J.. Tilden Jacobs, of Garden and west of Charles De Forest. trees and the tap roots have grown

;:.Chulaota, was mingling business with \ 1. Gotha, including 10 acre Powers. "The Baseball Fan.? A down to the rock or clay and have be- I
timely with
comedy, Laura
:" pleasure in Orlando"yesterday.Mr. Oakley come diseased, a defect which he be- ,Give us a chance to show
; ; orange,grove. The en- lieves
W. G. Corn, a popular commercial dynamiting will cure. you the newest styles in p

},' man from Tampa, spent, yesterday \ tire tract; covered with 25 ACRES IN VfCUABlfS{[ THIS This subsoil cultivation has been : watches., _',

in Orlando, selling,mill supplies.Mr. yellow pine timber. Two tried and proved successful in other We will trade in
your pres-
localities, and during a recent visitto
J. F. Harrington, one of the miles of lake shore. w. Pinellas county Mr. Sadler was ent watch or movement, allowing -
,substantial citizens of Taft, trans- i
convinced of its worth. A very small you a liberal amount.
acted business in Orlando yesterday. MMHUHIMHIIIIIIIIIWEATHER
Young and Fuller Will Grow Celery, charge of dynamite will be used to If you have any idea of .
.Mr; Chas. E. Johnson is spending each tree and it is '
\ loosenup
REPORT Lettuce and Cukes on Big expected to ; getting a watch we would appreciate a
4 today in Arcadia on business connected I
the soil
and revivify it, and also the
;: with the South Florida Foundry Scale opportunity of
aid the moisture
in
the
The is reaching
following the weather report showing
;, for Orlando for the week ending Aug. roots, or in drainage where the : you. .
,;1 Mrs. Helen Douglass, and daughter 2, 1914, as taken by Mr. Jas. Thomson Messrs. W. E. Young and Clifford ground is too wet already.At I Our prices win surprise

Miss Catharine left yesterdayto co-operate observer of the National Fuller will engage in raising celery, first Mr. Sadler will try the ex-

join ',the Orlando' contingent' at Bureau: lettuce and cucumbers on a big scale periment only on old trees, but later

; 'D ytona"Be ch. Temperature. the coming fall. he will test the method on some of you.AllenftCo

Mrs. A. L. Smith :and daughter, Date., High.Low. Prec. Bar. Mr. Fuller owns one of the largest his younger trees.
_____
Monday 100 75 .04 PC
Mrs. ;Brown, nee Miss, Bessie ,Smith, Tuesday ______ 94 74 T. PC orange groves in Orange county atFuller's
will'return,to'Jacksonville today after Wednesday .___ 90 75 .12 CC Siding near Ocoee, and be- STATE MILLAGE ,CUT TO SIX
_: ,8J,visit relatives. Thursday ____ 88 73 ___ CC tween this grove and Lake Apopkahe MILLS U Jewelers
., Friday ____J..._ 89 68 __ CC has twenty-five acres of fine muck
the
clever
"Mr.- J. B. Tuggle,
representative Saturday _____ 89 72 ___ PC land which will be
of the Virginia Paper com- Sunday ,______ 95 72 2.35 PC planted in vegeta- County Tax Assessor Arthur Butt D . Reliable Repairing
Richmond in Orlando bles. Mr. Young has had charge of yesterday afternoon received tele-
pany, was yesterday C-CIearf CC-Cloudy; PCPartly' a
calling'on the trade. cloudy. the Bartlett Gardens here and is an gram from State Comptroller Knott :l
experienced truck farmer. He went fixing the state at six mills. ;'! ; ,
millage -
Mr.M. E..Weeks left yesterday af-
1 ternoon'for Arcadia to attend, meeting CURFEW LAW WILL BE ENFORCED out to Fuller's Siding yesterday to Last year the millage was seven anda '-' '_ ', .J"f. ." *..
,
begin preparation of the 25 for '
acres .
half, and this is reduction of
:,of \the Baptist orphanage board, a one
the fall
,which is ,in session there'today. big crop. and a half mills. The reduction was a S

Mr. Sidney .Newell ,has gone to Some of the rather wild boys, that The product of this big truck farm made possible by the raising of as! D

Wekiwa Springs to spend the remainder I grow up to be presidents, senators, will be shipped through the Florida sessments throughout the state.

:of the week, with the camping I congressmen, governors, and convicts, Citrus Exchange, but Mr. Fuller ,
maintains an office in New York and NAVAL BATTLE REPORTED OFF Ib
party there chaperoned by Mrs.'Mu!- in almost every town, have,been carrying d)
holland.. things with too high a hand will personally look after the sale of COAST OF .MAINE IOEZIIyniiiiMimmmiiimiiiiiiiii ,

I recent nights in Orlando, and Mayor their products when they arrive in

Mr. Lee Griffin, rising! and popular -Sperry I has ordered the curfew law that market. Portland, Maine, Aug. 5.-The fir- i . ...
young gentleman from the Ocoee enforced. All boys under fourteen ing of heavy guns off the Maine coast

section spent several hours in the I years of age must be at home when was heard early today. Eight or ten 3! ,
city'yesterday mingling, business'with' I the court house clock strikes nine, or CIIUIUOTA'S NEW H HOTEL[ I IS shots within two minutes were heard pyur.jm91"tizef !

pleasure. the police force will give them a shortly before 7 o'clock by the keeperof
t Mn Jas. H. Sadler, one of the leading berth in the, city jail and Pa can't get NEARING COMPLETION Portland observatory.The .

frult growers and farmers of them out until morning. sound seemed to come from a

:western Orange was in' Orlando yesterday Now all will be peaceful and pleas- New People Are Coming in and Seminole point twenty-five or thirty miles G. CO ; 5
en route to his home in Oak, ant in Orlando if the Atlantic CoastLine south southeast of Portland and prob-
land. Mr. Sadler had returned County Town Is Grow
just agent will compel all the newsboys ably in the vicinity of Seguin island. .
'from" 'a trip down" in the Manatee section who can't cut out the rowdyism, ing Rapidly The shots also were heard at the

:i to stay away from'the station. It is harbor forts and at points between

Mr. and 'Mrs.' W. C. Sherman will i I all right for the boys to'sell their Postmaster J. Tilden Jacobs, of here and Bath. Insect Killer Will Rid

leave on ,the 15th for Boston, where I I papers there, but they can do so without Chuluota, was in the city yesterdayand Seguin is a small island off the

,,. Mrs., Sherman will remain until cool annoying passengers and every paid the Sentinel office a pleas- mouth of the Kennebec river, a few 1

weather. Mr. Sherman will return to i I one else who has business around thestation. ant call. He says that a good many miles below bath. Your house of all insects. Quarts 1

Orlando the first'of September. The The repeated and unneces- new people are moving to Chuluotaand Eight cruisers-three German,
trip will be made via Clyde Line ] three British and two French-are 35c. Gal. $1.00. For sale by
_ on. sarily loud announcement of the papers that there is quite a bit of im- I
the Lenapee.Messrs. for sale, and the continual shov- provement going on, with the town hovering somewhere off this coast. ,

t T. N. Butner and' B. L.I ing of papers into the faces of peopleis growing at a gratifying rate. For days incoming steamships have -H 1

Griffin; two of:Orange county's distasteful to many and numer- The new 27 room hotel is now hav- reported 'news of fragmentary wireless -- 4 4i

popular citizens, were in Orlando yesterday ous complaints have been made. ing the finishing touches added and messages indicating that these i

,.en _route to Powder Springs, will be ready for business within a vessels were in American waters, but THE SANITARY i
Ga., where they will spend several EPWORTH LEAGUERS, ATTENTION few weeks. The, building is con- no skipper was able to fix their posi- GROCERY.'

weeks., With ,Tom Butner and Ben structed of brick and is a very at- tion.The
Griffin away from Ocoee it will be tractive addition to the town. firing off the coast of Maine CARUTHERS & GORE

decidedly, lonesome. ,Important business meeting in the may have marked the first engage- I

Mr. and Mrs.,J,.B. Lawton, Jr., left church parlor this Thursday evening THE WEATHER ment between either the German and Phone 200
yesterday morning over the Atlantic '7:30. All members urged to be English or the German and French 'I
The British cruisers known to 6 & 8 E. Pine
present. ships. Street i
Coast Line for Sanford, where they Florida: Local thunder showers a
be in American the Ber-
waters are
.tOOk'th'e Clyde Line boat for Jackson- Thursday and Friday in central pore ,
ville. From that place they will go :MEETING OF ELKS tions; fair in south portions. wick, Essex and Lancaster. The iiMiMHHimmimimmiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiifrmmiimiM
German cruisers the Dresden
are i
to New Smyrna by auto, where they
Will make their future home. It's There will be a meeting of the Elks Strassburg and Karlsruhe. The }t
WILL MOVE TO ORLANDO French cruisers the Conde and
are
Orlando's loss and New Smyrna's tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock at .
their Home on Central avenue. Business Descartes... 1
gain.Mrs. of will forI'I 1 Mr. M. F. Collier, of Manatee, is in

,afternoon. W.for R.",Cincinnati Palmer left, to yesterday join Mr. the attention attendance importance of the members come. ,up and a wants the city to come looking here for in a order home.to send He TWO AMItIES POISONED GRAND VIEW I !

I Palmer,' who has been attending to good .is'urged.Don't Pensacola, Fla., Aug. 5.Sufferingfrom
his Rollins
son to college, and if he
business affairs there for, several ptomaine poisoning with which
fails suitable residence
to secure a 1
lie awake
at
nights listening they were stricken member of
months. After visiting with rela- luck every --
here will try his at Winter Park j
for
tives and friends there, they will return Opportunity to knock-get a good the Goldring and Goldstucker fami-
109' sleep and then go out and hunt it up. today. lies is confined to bed, although their 1
to their home at Ernestine
; Mr. Collier has been engaged in the Newest and most up-to-date hotel in
street for the winter. Mrs., Palmer mercantile business conditions are greatly improved to
at Manatee, recently -
POTATO VINES for sale! Choice day. The eight persons, all of whom
'was accompanied to Jacksonville by Nancy Hall vines at 307 East Pine selling out, and it is probablethat Ci nton ituated on Academy Heights. 4
her son-in-law, Mr. B. "A. .Shanly. street. 8-6-6t, he will go in business in Orlando.He reside at the home of N. Goldring,
were poisoned by some food eaten
says he is looking for business Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River
LOST-Kit of automobile tools in FOR SALE-Ford car; fine condition. opportunities as well as a home, and Sunday night. The first symptoms
roll. :Return to Sentinel office and Cheap for,quick sale. Box 93, Orlando appeared about 3 o'clock Monday ;
receive reward. ,8-4-2t'' Fla. 8-6-lt I is favorably impressed with this city. morning and physicians were quickly Valley. One of the finest views in Wes- i

summoned. North Carolina.MRS .
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LUCERNE TODAY (Continued from page 1) i J. R. McFADYEN jj :

ing volunteers,"' said Juan Urquidi: ,

secretary of the junta, "but that was I
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"John 'Barrymore, Celebrated Actor, in "an American j forces.aimed"simply atjfreorganization of his 6-20-d&w CANTON, N. C.MMIIIIIMMIt' .


Citizen" another famous players film, presented by \ Mexico City'Aug. 5.-The,fate of OMMf.

the capital remained in doubt today. NOTICE
Don't wait for
every one In town to
Daniel Frohman. The 112 generals of the federal army, have Entrican, the painter, before

constituting the council of war, had The City Council of the City of you try. Am too busy to look you
not decided whether to fight or evacuate I Orlando, Florida, will meet in special up.. Phone 636, and I will be on the
the second
"Voice at the Phone" of the job.
part two.partserial the ,city. session at the City Hall on Saturday, i.20tfG.CO .
The generals were in conference August 25th, 1914, at 8 o'clock a.m.,

shown last Thursday night. A two ,reel Kay-Bee. until a late hour last night and will ing for the and purpose equalizing of reviewing the city, correct-assess- __ S

meet again this afternoon ment roll for the year 1914, and for
"Professor Snaith" a one reel Princess comedy. President Carbajal will issue a call :the hearing and determining of petitions -
thereto. All
relating persons
for a mass meeting of business men
having complaint must make and
to learn their feelings regarding the file the any same in writing with the City Insect Killer jVil1Rid
matter. He will inform them that I Clerk on or before the day set for
That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away Carranza demanded the unconditional said hearing.

surrender of the city and that noncompliance CARL JANSEN, City Clerk.
again tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. Your
with the demand will Aug. 4, 1914. 8-4-tt house of all insects.

mean that the capital will be taken
by assault NO NAVAL ENGAGEMENT OFF Quarts 35c. Gallon $1.00


i i First Floor, 10 Celts. ,Balcony, 5 Cents. CUUrei, 5 'Cents 'j j .fighting Railway between telegraph the operators advance guards report London THE, Aug.SCOTCH 5--The COAST rumor hat For sale byCarruthers

-. -' of;the federals and constitutionalists :a naval engagement had occurred off & Gore
at,Teoloyucan, twenty miles north of I Cromarty, Scotland, was officially denied -

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\\ Kent, eta. for this colarun 25c for one da,. ML'NAIR LUMBER Co Mr ANY.
: Me for three dam or 11.00 for on* week for
Y I IIi ZS the'words admtbemenU or leu. for Money this most column ueaapany u noinwrtiou
via be made on credit

you suffer with dyspepsia or indigestion, telephone -
THE CITY ,DRUG STORE to send you one FOR SALE ORLANDO
dozen pints SfflVAR GINGER ALE. Drink one Ntrsery stock, one, two, three and
t' four year old buds;. Foster Early,
s-. pint;with each meal and, if not relieved, I am authorized Pineapple, Java, Hwnosassa, Washington -
to charge it to the manufacturer.TONICDIGESTIVEDELICIOUS. Navel Address Mrs.M.Kahla S 0
Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime

Ya : SHWAR GINGER[ L LE[ WOOD FOR SALE -

For. the month of August I will
sell, at my farm, pine at 85 cents per
strand, and oak at $1.00; also some Statement of the Condition of the
saw logs cheap. A. S. Hodges, R.1,
Is prepaired with the celebrated Shivar Mineral Orlando. 7-30-1m' Orlando Bank & Trust Co.
Water. Sold under 'a positive guarantee to relieve FOR SALE-One five passenger ,
anycase of dyspepsia indigestion, or your money touring car; a big bargain. Will II Orlando, Fla, ,
refunded. sell for $300 cash. Apply this office.
Bottled by SHIVAR SPRING, Shelton S. C. 7-30-tf. 1 At the Close of Business June 30th,1914. t

-SOLD BY- FOR.SALE-Best. quality heart pine RESOURCES. t
fence posts. See 1,. N. Lewis, 406S.
The CITY DRUG STORE East street 7-14-lmo Loans and Discounts .'. . . . . . . . .. . $379,514 36
Over-Drafts . . . .. . . .. . . . . . . . 62'34
WANTED-To in good 'condition exchange, for Victrola Vose piano and, Stocks and Bonds . . .,. . . . . . . . . . 26,018 33
'= J. L. DEAN, Prop. Orlando, Fla. records. Piano may be seen at For- Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . .. . 26:637: 37
mosa. Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland, Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . 291,393 48
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Fla. .

WANTED-Couple to live on country ': $724,185 88
Call o.r address, 400 West
STATE NEWS NOTES ][DR.) F. C. BOARDMAN Central place. avenue.WANTEDPermanent. r: LIABILITIES.

Capital Stock . .. .. . . . . . .. . . .. . $100,000 00
The city council of Fort' Myers is DENTIST position by Surplus and Undivided ProfitsReDiscounts . . . . . . . 39,961 35
considering a plan, tq call a special woman with in clerical family to and support executive Ex- .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .' None
bond election for the issuing of bonds Boardman Building work perienced and capable of handling forceof Bills Payable . .. . . . . . . . . .'. . . . . None '
:,- with which to secure funds to shell people. Orlando and Chicago ref- Deposits . .. .. . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . 582,669 47
;' and grade"'more of the streets. If the Office Hours: erences furnished as to character and Due to Banks . . . . . . . .. .. . . . . : 1,555 06
,; issue passes this will make Fort My- 830tol2:00 1:80 to 4:00: ability. .7-19-tf
of the best cities .in -- .
ers one paved Telephone 540.
FOR RENT i $724,185 88
South,Florida.

The ship you are waiting'so longtime FOR RENT-Cheap, small cottagenear Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . . $291,393 48
The Board of Trade of Palatka are j& for, very likely has been cap- W. E. Stevenson's, DeLaney Reserve required by Law . .. . . . .. . 116,533 89
trying to get the city council to granta sized. street, south. Inquire, of Mrs. Stev-
franchise' to the Soloman-Norcross enson, or Mrs. Dr. Anderson. Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59

Company, of-Atlanta, to furnish the FOR RENT-Two office in Deposits on June 30, 1913 . .. . . . . . $527,758 01
city'with a_ continuous 24 hour cur- Griffing's Trees our store at'No. 9 W. Church spaces street. Deposits on June 30,1914INCREASE . . . . . . .'. 582,669 49
; rent. There is. _some opposition, as
Come in and we will show you. Pierce
M.- \ some want municipal ownership. Give ResultsOrder Electric Co. 3- 9-tf :. . .. . . . . . . . $54,91148 '
:Most _of the citizens are in favor of
ROSES
and
ITO
'; this, but with a properly worded TAES. RENT-Some very desirable mod- .I
The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavorsto
franchise ,the city would be ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563.i I
protect- '
';t' now. Office opposite P. 0. 4-26-tf persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
a. ed. GRIFFING'S TREES GIVE RESULTS treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
A huge whale has ben reported in One reason: MISCELLANEOUS safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
'f' Crystal river by'several and I Ian The Griffings are the best and
persons
most DYNAMITING done in all its branches.
experienced propagaters a .IICt44+410"I.O'.laea. J.t4 i'.
expedition' is_about to be organized in the state, and one or more Clearing land is our specialty. 4 ,t .'I f : G e C-3 I Q I+M-t. i II ',11111 f .;I ..i j I.i-.c III t;i,.
'- t to capture the monster. Reports say of the five are always on the. '
I.. Let us do your work.. Estimates -
that he is between. 40 and 45 feet round. .. .
i 1. .A.t. t tt'.Qe..o..ll.ll lllt; lallllolllllll1' =t lle.II.II.111
L N. Lewis 406S.
long. W H BROKAW cheerfully given. m*'t t II" I II.Oi Ie ,0 0 I ++t . 8.= I II1IIII =II e I II ; I H C I H+H I t C 0 ..I+D III IIIIM
r East street 7-14-lmo :
i Salesman .
r: ,A*contract was let for"'supplying Grapefruit and Orange Trees ,' First class Brazing specialty at :
G electric power to the city of Gulf I'Warman's Repair Shop o Court St.
'Port to the,Florida Electric and Ma- 12-5-tf. : mmDtn $$1I5 D '
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KJ.
.;, chine Company. The contract calls Rubber Stamps made to order at ave
for the system to be'in working or. Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf. ,
;; k? der within sixty days. ForSaleModern y
F a A Sentinel want ad. carries your .
f; ,The Miami Steamship Company is story to hundreds of all classes, each And RETURN FromjacKsonville '-- -
negotiating for a new ship for the day meeting all needs with quick re-
Jacksonville-Miami. route.. The ship sults. Get the want habit today, it .
8roomHouse
''; r'f' 'now- on'the' Key West ;route will be pays. : Tickets on Sale August 12th, Return Limit, August 30th.

brought to the Jacksonville route. 2 doors i
.; For Illustrated Booklet and Full Information Address
The ship which is to be bought will be GOOD BLOOD CIRCULATION : .
larger than any other ship of thfleet < | west of Wyoming Is necessary to life. Good newspa-
H. C. BRETNEY L & N R. R.
.. i Hotel. Bar- per circulation makes advertising : .
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pay. Advertisers in the Sentinel :
The plans d specifications for the< I .g alas know it has the circulation. : 134 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA$44arJAiwftfrftlt
new ,school building to be built at i
Y' Fort Lauderdale are b prepared I . .... .a..I..IIIIIIIII..OI.II.I HHIt8MBMCC900m .
fr.,'' : i NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet I tlllllMlltMttiMmtiMMIIMHiMMtlMMMimilllititltlMfmMtlHMimiThey.
by an architect of Miami. The location -:
potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000.

,. I;: the best has been in'the selected town.and When. is one this of i. A. L. Bentley, Quick Co., Apopka delivery., Fla.Cash. Apopka 5-24-tf Plant ",JIIIII \ \\\\\\\\\\\\}\\\\'\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'\'\\'\\ \\ \\\\\\!\\\,

school is completed it,will.be one of ; 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE Who is your painter and decorator! ?:
;, 'J thebest.high,schools in the State. 111111111111111111111111"WE If you are'satisfied keep the one you I':
..R have; if not, phene W. T. Entrican,
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The Peninsular : Ne. 636. 1-20-tf
Telephone Company FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES, .
of Lakeland will make many improvementS -
in the system of that city. A AND DO ALL KINDS OF

common and battery,about system three and will one-half be installed OPTICAL REPAIRING nnual [x curs ion Were to.

miles of cable will be laid under-

/ .. 000 ground.feet of The cable company already has, and about this will 17- August 12 .I

help in the beautification of the town. be Married Soon 1
; All of these improvements will be in- VIA
staled'as son as possible. OR. L H. RAMS(U

Think twice if need be, a dozen OPTOMETRIST Atlantic Coast line Came to us to see what it would cost them to f furnish a modern home of

'; .: before beginning 'to sputter in anger (Soccewor to Dr. 0. P. IAIM) four or five rooms. They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable
and. ignorance. ORLANDO, FLORID of their
yet the amounf of money which they had available for the furnishing

=: RATES FROM ORLANDO home made expensive peices prohibitive.
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII'I.III'llllllllt. They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.
Washington, D. C. . $ 22.00
.' We offered a few suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were
We Will Put the Reins Richmond, Va..1. 20.00 I much pleased with what they.had seen and took memorandums of what they ,
.. Norfolk, Va. . . . . 20.00
should
thought they want.
of Success in Your Proportionate low rates from After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doingthe
: .. other South Florida Points best possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their or-

t, 'f I der with us.This.
Hands
FROM
: RATES JACKSON- of hundreds of homemakers whom
., VILLE is a typical example we are

-Y I How? By furnishing you with : Wilmington, N. C. .. $ 12.00 pleasing.We carry an extensive stock of serviceable, attractive homefurnishings

-v I a perfect Fertilizer Let'our representative : Winston-Salem, N. C. 11.00 grading from the lowest priced which are good, to the very best. Your appro-
Hot Springs, Va. . . 18.50
priation for furnishing your home may be anything from $175 toloooor more
4't .1' call .on you. He will give you a r: Roanake, Va. . . . 16.25 -you can make the most of it with us.Kihcaid .

formula that will make and mature : Chattanooga,Tenn. . 13.80
Tate Station, Tenn. . 15.50

S your fruit : Monteagle, Tenn. .. 15.05 .

,..' I II I Mammoth Cave, Ky. 17.95 & Snowden
;yJ Warm Springs, .Va. . 9.00


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ORLANDO PfeMB:, Office 32, Hut 31 FLORIDAfiiiHMiiiimiMmiiiMiinnnnMiniimimii: Call on A. C. L. Ticket Agent or Main ,
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c .i.. .' ',Is the Coolest Place in Orlando .

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I I II We have a fine Chef and serve the best "

Y .,MODEL THffiTY-FIVE ,FIVE-PASSENGER TOURING CAB :
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' to' FULLY EQUIPPED AND DELIVERED $1,285 I : 50c meal in town.
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r :-' Condensed Specifications ""II

Y ;: = ,Wheel base, 112 inches; motor, 3 1-2x5; four cylinders, cast Rooms with bath $1.00. ,
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: en bloc;" unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission; .i.
axles-front, I-beam; rear, semi-floating; single drop frame; 12- : Special rates for room and board by the :.

inch brakes, internal and external; springs-rear, three-quarter
( elliptic;' front, semi-elliptic, underslung; Holley carburetor; 15 week .
gallon gasoline tank, carried at rear, pressure feed; German silver .. ..P-,
V-shaped radiator; nickel ,trimmings.. Standard equipment:
11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors'bullet type side
ti tail lamps, electric horn, pump, jack, tools and tire repair outfit.

x ,J. B.: RGRtJDER & SON, Oakland Distributors,

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WINTER PARK PORTO RICO Sweet Potato Vines " " " " ' " "
for sale. $L25perM. J. G. Tyner, FOR SALEAT
v Pine Castle, Fla. 7-31-3t .
.The. boys of the grammar grades I
t, of..oScl1 1 played a game of baseball A-
: ,with the boys from the Orlando WHERE TO' SPEND YOUR VACATION 'w. M. SLEMONS '

schools" last week, resulting: in a score BARGAINThree
of 11 to 9 in favor of Orlando.
Casino at
Come to the Nautilus I
The new well.at the ice plant site Seabreeze-the coolest spot in Flor-
is'lxing driven as rapidly as possible ida-to spend your vacation. Perfect
that everything may be in readinessfor bathing houses and beach. Fresh ten acre tracts on
theshipping season. water and showr.room,New 25 cents.woolen For bathingsuit men Orlando and Kissimmee road, New Goods Arriving DailyWe

Mr. and' Mrs. Philip Dale started and women. I only two and one half miles
for,Savannah,' Ga.? the' last of the Casino open to the public free.
week to visit ,friends and relatives. Dancing three nights a week on the from the post office, Orlando.
Mr. and Mrs. J.-,F. Shivler: have largest and best floor in the South. I' Will sell one or all. The
Music by the Crystal orchestra. Regular
-gone,,to Mobile, Ala.,;where he has street car service from Daytona f price will double when the I
accented 'a responsible position. to the Casino. 7184wIMHIMIMMIMIMMItt
:Four'of our local ball team motored I brick ,road is laid. Other sell high ,grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

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over.to Eustis last Thursday to playin small tracts for grove pur- made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. ,
a" of blseball helping out the t >
game
Winter Garden team. .. poses at buying values. Also Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" .brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towel '.

Roland'.:Bane returned'from Day- THENEGRAND[ [ desirable groves and city Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. .
; ,tona where he!pitched'a game of ball property at prices that command .
last,Thursday, and'went Mulberry I attention. I: Co. Best place in the city to trade. .'
.in response to a telegram, but later
HOTEL t
he signed up'to play with the Cuban
'team of.Tampa.: I I Cooper $ Atha
Mrs. May Denning and Mrs. Hale -- .

have,'been,on the sick list for.the past Absolutely First ClassRooms j M. SLEMONS
weeks, ,though, both"are' rapidly jI I 1U South Orange Ave., Ground Flow -

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irecoyering.W.
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with bath, hot Phone No. 311 URANGE AVENUE
.',J', Waddell and,family, have returned -: and cold
, ,from a ,prolonged vacationover water.
'"at the beach. Open year round. Read the advertisements daily.

Rev W.,L. Bane,is acting' cashier Summer rates through
,of our local bank while Mr.-Powell is The work on the oil wel being sunkin
August and September.
.away: on his vacation. 'Mr. Powell Kissimmee was halted by the JlilMIIMtlMIMMIMMItMlltmiltMtMIIIIIIMMimtllMIIHMIIMMiminTEN
ail visit his former home in.KentuckY ORLANDO, FLA. breaking of the drill about 600 feet ...1111111.11..111.11111111"1111,11,1111.,1111..1.,1.1.1111, 1,1111..1..11,.
and probably accompany Mrs. from the surface. Thq drill was taken
. Powell home, she having gone to be 723lmHiilHMMIMimMMm out and a new one secured and the
with'her mother during her'last ill- work is progressing again \ .
ness;; I REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD 3

Mr': ,Kelzel, and family 'are home
:from the beach the Gordon
family
I
deciding to,'remain a week longer. I h r fdre ''$22!! COOK WITH GAS _

Bookcases: are being placed in the DAILY 0&TWECN0
north.,room:of our public,library thus W _' .' UFFALOV S _
preparing" 'for additions to,'our booklist LEVELED

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Mrs. Freeman Hunter had the misfortune -
: to :fall and hurt ner, ankle "-.'-' -- -
, very'badly. :1. Convenience 6. Speed I

The new bakery and resturant are I. .
I 'being fixed in the Favor building .
up THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"
:and work is being rushed on,the,new I gC:::00 t IdeedtJa 91 feet 6__;SIG lla1aocllB ad pulois oceoMMdriug 1300 puaea. 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency
meat market and the bakery: buildingby !'. crate ct c-largu. laMmooJoaolSdi.MopiifirMitSteMBots in.H prtipnrtinii .rirhur in tQ npoiotmeato. -tLaa ur t'"ir r inolaiUwUtnoftlievadd.
: Mr. Detwfler. With two' meat
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"SEEANDBEE""Ctr of Erie*OJK!MGt7 of BullaIoDIiIy'BUFFALO 8. Safety
: markets and two bakeries, Winter and'CLEVELAND-MajUtio; 3. Cleanliness

f ;Park is_making growth by leaps and 0 leneBddG . WQP.M. teiYeCJe.eJmd. 9:001'.11.
Attire Ckreland 7JO'A.M. Arrive Bo&JoEutmi 7:30 A.U. Q
founds. ( Stsnkrd:Tine) '9. Perfect Regulation |
Mr. C. H. Ward is expected home .fe.eatioratSeueL.afaehniFToledgDeaoitaadanpoiahlPettandsaa hweat.Railroad .
tfekebeadi.66eteaRa6il.aM IneI.u.d 4. Simplicity
':from the hospital, where he underwent -, Akyo r ticket agent fat Di IiIU: i.C&B.Una.;i mgoodroRtraopoetttigaoaooreteaaeea ThttM for huxiraM OlaMnted booklet foe. of Heat
an.-operation the list of this THE, CLEVELAND a BUFFALO'TRANSIT'CO, CI.TeUad 0.H .
week..
Kentucky ,is fast realizing the \ 5. Accessibility 10. Economy

, beauties and commercial worth (to .
say: nothing of her other valuable- t
.t sets) of.'Winter .Pak and t vicinity, I
'We shalt be glad to welcome the new

,.I 'purchaser. of "Sunnyside" to our little a . ""

'. eity. .. -WATCH THIS SPACE
Our postmaster and wife are just: .i.
, 'touching the J high places now-a-days. :
- They expect to 'move. into their new .
'liomethe last of,this week and will We.are going] to take up each of these reasons'ando
, -':3* glad to' greet.callers. BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS

Another'transaction that will mean LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS v \(] explain "WHY"
:inucn'for Winter Park is the transfer
-'Ho! the drug store jof Dr.,J. A. Trovillion ,Effective from August 1, 1914 to August *
!,to Dr. V. W. Estes of Orlando,' 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc
who has taken possession and will ,tion during that time: "
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
keep it in touch with his store in Or. ,
Car $555.00
;tando.; Dr. 'Troviflioh will give his Touring -

,.time to'his medical,practice and de- Runabout 505:00: ,
GAS DEPARTMENT ,
rvelopean as a'sideline.A i iin
? orange grove F. 0. B. OrUado. All cut fully equipped.

Farther we will be able to kUia the nuxunnm efficiency I
new hotel is'to be built at ,Lake in ear factory production and the ninimam cert in our

"Windennere-' -,for' the tourist fiffee' season.,,I U 'puehianf 3M.'" can and between tales the departaenti above dates.if we. reach an output of ""tllltlHIIIIIMIIItlMMiMIIMIIillilltll'iilifllllltHMIBiliiUl. . .. .. . .. . . " ,., , , . , iiiiiiiin" .Ii
The hotel is to ,contain rooms
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And shovld wo reach this production, we agree to pay u --
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equipped with, al modern conven. I I the barer' share from J U to }il per car (on er about
:iences.? An electric -plant is to ,be i, AmputUMS) to every retail buyer who purehaMf a new Moratorium in Sweden I The -buyers of the tobacca crop ia A flowing wel was found by the
'erected as_son as,the.building is far Ford For hither ear between particulars Atfut reftrdinc 1. ISH'.an1l these low August prices 1,115.and profit- I Gadsen county have estimated their borers in Bayboro and the mineral
,enough. \ along,to;put. this.,in.. :holdings and the total value of the test was more than 105 grains of mineral -
I ,shariaj.p1u. seo Stockholm, Aug. 4.-A bill -
proposing
I is about $3,000,000. Some of the to the
crop gallon. The water is not
F. G. RUSH, .
Several 'railroads,ire. considering' a moratorium was introduced in i firms are getting the tobacco packed t fit for use in the mains and the water

Chipley as a jUnctioThe B. C.&St Pho Re 226 \ parliament today. i I and ready for delivery. wil probably be used for a tonic.

G.. :A..contemplates! an extension'of their, There are 3,000 Russians here with I -
'road riorthward'to: Hartford.and Enjterprise. -,. no possibility.of:their'being able ,to i LOST-Watch fob, alligator leather Canned good intention someteimes
foot. Return this
to office and
re-
, ." : : :-i- return home.? I reive reward. 8-5-3t spoil if kept too long.

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f National League
aC New York 3, Chicago 0.
!" Brooklyn 0, St. Louis4.
,, '. 4gf Boston 4, Pittsburg 0. :.:
Philadelphia 5, Cincinnati 0.

'.. .'. :. ..J ...:. American League
J.,...." : 'f ,;" .:: Cleveland 3, Washington 2.
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Detroit 4, New York 15.

: ? The Place To Place Money Chicago St Louis 4 0,,Philadelphia Boston 6. 7. ::1 I: j; ?>: : .. i

c Federal League ---i-:
Brooklyn 4, Kansas City 3. S'Sc-
IT MATTERS LITTLE WHETHER Buffalo 4, Indianapolis 5. :; '
I Baltimore 0,
YOU WISH TO START A SAVINGS Chicago 4.
Pittsburg 2, St. Louis 3.
\ ACCOUNT, TAKE OUT A CERTIFICATE Southern ; ; '
League
OF DEPOSIT, OR OPEN A Nashville 5, Memphis 2. Safe. H>> w)'@ nt '

CHECKING ACCOUNTThis :"- Birmingham 3-5, Mobile 02. .
Atlanta 5, Chattanooga 4. ,. I,

strong bank is behind any form South Atlantic League
Savannah 3, Jacksonville 3. Ten ; For your Valuable Papers Jewelry '
of deposit you make. Its strong finan innings; darkness. -
cial foundation, its experienced officers .
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Albany Augusta 4-0. : :
-. and its system of safeguards, makes the Columbia 3-0, Columbus 04. Silver, etc.

Charleston 7, Macon 0. ,
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: ,J' STATE BANK OF ORLANDO U. S .ARMY OFFICERS DETAILED ; $1.00 PER YEAR AND UP ,--'

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: ..the-"place to place your money." .: : ..

,r --, ., ,f West Point, N. Y., Aug. 5.-Maj. You cannot afford to leave such
",'''Tt'=-* : DO THIS NOW! J.4r -'.-.. James G. Ryan and Capt. Julian R. valuables at borne when $1.00 will ,'
1 t Linsay, Herman Glade and Frank R: . :
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Wilcox, on duty at the United States safeguard them for a year. t. :
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military academy here, have been detailed ( ; >
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as military observers in Eu- ,. : ,:
? a4A -; :'d-::; ?,.0- rope. They left West Point today :. ; ; ; :{i I '
for New York, where they will board : .
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the cruiser Tennessee. :'" .: .

STRANDED PARTY BUYS STEAMSHIP -
TO RETURN HOME :
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London, Aug. 5,-A syndicate of : '; '' ' ' .. .,' ". ".. :... .,": :. .. : ''
stranded Americans, headed by Grant : : f I''P' ;( .
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j Hugh Browne, of New York, have I : \ E "D":
: purchased the British steamer Vikingfor .: .... ."" :'." v' . ...N:. ., 'r. .. :... . ... .. Wit j '.: ,
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use in taking home their countrymen :: ;; " .. ; ., . . : : .:., . : .."'." ,. ',.c. '. ..-: :' :

I at $500 a berth. The syndicate ..
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", Liverpool on its first trip. It is understood -
the Viking will fly the Stars .
-r: new list for August: goes on sale today and Stripes. She is to make OPEN ALL NIGHT WANTED TO RENT-Five or sixj i I FOR. RENT Boating house with
;, and, is one of the best that has been is- as many The City Drug Store is at your service room cottage, by the year. Phone \: thirteen rooms; good location. Address
trips as possible. 632 591.
both day and night. Prompt or 8-5-3t' The Magnolia, Boone street,
-? sued. this year. A most attractive list of the :S Among the 240 cabin passengers dependable, courteous. tf t! 7.,1: .lwk
popular songs and new dance numbers, including and the 1,000 Americans going in the When a woman has' a long talk!}I _ _ _ _
,.f Berlin's best hit "On their Way to Mexico steerage on board the, Philadelphia, If you want your bicycle fixed in with a man it means that he's a good Eat what you want.
{ ,. and the Barcarolle from Tales of Hoffman sailing today, are many wealthy per- a hurry take it to Warman's Repair listener. Eat all you want.
I ; sons. Enormous premiums were of- Shop. 12-5-tf. Take a postscript and forget it'
j recorded for To hear them is
dancing. fered for tickets. For sale by all druggists.
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your you
t ",to buy them. ,. Martin Vogel, United States sub. KEEP AHEADOf money on real estate at 6 per cent .. l-7-d&w-lyr
0 ; interest Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,
>: treasurer at New York, with his your neighbor by reading the Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.
W. S. WOOD, COAL AND ICE
BRANCH, bride; John A. Wilson, a cousin of Sentinel every morning and getting 325d&wtfTo
the president, and William H. Porter, all the news first. t
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best. that the market affords. Now is the time to get your supply for School Dresses; the school time will

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