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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
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Publication Date: August 7, 1914
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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;; REPORT SAYS ITALY WILL WAR ON GERMANY AND AUSTRIA


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THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE.. YOU GET ALL .
OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS
The news of the day in crisp and readable style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. "
.Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.
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VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914.
NUMBER 153.



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AWAITING NEWS WITH HER
I CAVALRY ARE ANNIHILATED IN BLOODIEST LOVED ONES AT THE BEDSIDE MRS. WOODROW .

)t. BATTLE. SO FAR OF WAR R REPORTED[ CHASING O Of F 1 THE[ NORTH SEANAVALBAffLE [ WILSON THE PEACEFULLY GREAT BEYOND PASSED INTO .


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+:I I REPORT DENIED BUT LATER WOUNDED GERMAN AND DEATH CLAIMED ITS OWNs

Austria Has Declared War on Russia-British War Office Issues IS CONFIRMED BY CAPTAIN BRITISH BROUGHT TO ..

1' Call_ for 100,000More Men for Regular Army-Report OIL STEAMER HARWICH Unconscious for Hours Before the End Came But Roused

1'f' Received in London From Rome Indicates Once and Smiled Upon the Husband and Daughters

t Italy Has Declared War on Germanyand Captain Hart Intercepted Wireless German Losses Before Liege Watching by Her Side-All Flags in Washington -

Austria Message From'Liner to Estimated at 8,000, and Ad- Immediately Lowered toHalf '

the British Cruiser Was Mast
Brussels,Aug. 6.-(Special)-The bloodiest battle thus,far ofthe I pance Seriously

general European war is still on at Liege, where the little Bel- Essex Checked Washington, Aug. 5.-Sp'ecial.-Mrs.( Woodrow Wilson, wife

gian army is.defyingthe Jegions of Germany. of the president of the United States, died at the White House
;For-thirty-six hours the forts protecting .Liege have withstoodthe New York, Aug. 6.-Captain HesL Aug. 6.-England waited today at 5 o'clock. 1Irs.Vilson was the second wife of
president -
:deadly"fire from the.Krupp guns,and the various other formsof sig of the Uranium Line steamer today with anxiety for reports of the to die in the executive mansion, the first being ,Mrs.a

attack:by the,German masters of war. Uranium announced at the British movements of the British fleet of Harrison, the first wife.of the late President Harrison.Benjamin

The, fighting today has been especially desperate and deadly. consulate today that he had intercepted which virtually nothing has been Her death was peaceful. The president held her hand she

Whole"battalions of infantry and whole squadrons of cavalry yesterday wireless messages heard; since its departure some days passed away. Her three daughters, Mrs. Frances Sayre as Mrs.
t have beenutterly blotted in from the steamer Lusitania saying ago under sealed orders. All Wm. G. ,
opt charge and counter charge. eyes McAdoo, and Miss Margaret Wilson, were at the bed-
.The"bravery of the Germans' as shown by their: repeated assaults that two German cruisers which had were turned toward the North Sea,

'Ii is;matched only by the bravery of the Belgians, who have been pursuing the Lusitania had been whither it was generally assumed the side.She had been unconscious about three hours before the end

:met every charge, and when it has,been repulsed made a counter chased and sunk by two British war- war vessels had gone to encounterthe but about two o'clock she roused herself and smiled faintly at,

charge. ships. German battleship squadrons. her dear ones. She was too weak to speak.
Tonight there is doubt how much longer Liege can hold out The Uranium reached port today. Reports of a battle and the arrivalof Officials at the White House immediately notified Vice-Presi-

Two outer.forts have been taken by the Germans and taken with Uranium Line'officials who saw a number of wounded German and dent Marshall and the members of the cabinet Speaker Clark
,
appalling loss. Captain Hessig after his arrival here British bluejackets at Harwich on the Representatives Underwood and Senator ,
Kern
of the sad
'Now'the Belgians are laying mines and erecting barbed wire I said that the captain had not report eased 'coast kept excitement at its rence. The house and the senate immediately adjourned. occur

t entanglements; and, placing'machine guns where they will com- i intercepting any such message andthat highest point as this was' evidence A resolution was put through the house which provides for the
mand ; they were unable to confirm it. that at least there had been'
k .t approaches to the inner forts i contact appointment of a house committee, consisting of the speaker and
They, are preparing for the struggle tomorrow which every one The wireless station at Sayville, to between vessels of the opposing one member from each state, to represent the house of
feels',,will'be, worse than,that:today which the alleged message from the fleets. at the funeral. representatives -

: Lusitania was addressed, according The day passed off, however, without Announcement of the death of the
president's wife
BRITISH WARSHIP 'SUNK.BY 'MINE; 130( MEN DROWN to Captain Hessig, said today that' it any more definite signs of an import in the senate by Senator Kern was made

t London, Aug. 6.-: (Special)It is announced ,officially at the had not' received such' a message. clash between the squadrons. The president and his daughters-withdrew to the private apartments

0 admiralty tonight that his majesty's steamship Amphion was The message Captain Hessig said ]Messages from Belgium appeared! of the :executive mansion after death had come to their-

,sunk this morning after'striking a mine in the North Sea. One contained the information that the to indicate that the check of the Germans loved one. All were prostrated with grief and their long vigil at
\hundred and thirty men were'drowned. The paymaster,''seven Lusitania was continuing on its trip by the Belgians outside Liege the bedside of wife and mother.

teen officers and 135 men were saved. I.from to 'England.New York The with Lusitania darkened sailed yesterday had been a severe one and The 'president bore up bravely and tried manfully to comfort
lightsshortly some reports giving the number of his weeping daughters.The .

AUSTRIA DECLARES WAR ON RUSSIA before 2 o'clock. yesterdayI casualties as high as 8,000. sad news quickly spread through Washington and flags

'St. Petersburg, Aug. 6.-Special.-It( is officially announced I. morning. From Rome came a report that the were run to half mast and a mass of condolences poured into the
Further word of
the
tonight that Austria has declared war upon Rusisa. big English German cruisers Goeben and Breslauhad White House.
liner Lusitania, now dodging German
escaped the pursuit of Frenchand The White House did not give out any official statement.
cruisers in
c GREAT BRITAIN CALLS_ FOR 100,000 MEN a race for England, was British warships after bombarding Mrs. Wilson came from a distinguished family of Savannah,
London, Aug. ,6.-(Special.) An official call to brought to New York today by the oil the Georgia, and
arms was is- tank Algerian coast and had safely was married to President Wilson on June 24, 1885.
steamer Tonawanda from London
sued'tonight. The,:war office declares an additional 100,000 men reached a Sicilian port. German Her maiden name was Miss Ellen Louise Axsen.
are required for the regular army immediately. and Antwerp. Captain Hart said vessels are said to have penetrated war Y usuauy?_.__.._"._ tUat'e.,.
yesterday the Lusitania was in communication
the Gulf of Finland and bombarded Mrs. Wilson was conscious this of the results of a nervous breakdown -
with the British
cruiser
ITALY AGAINST GERMANY AND AUSTRIA Essex Sveaborg, the "northern Gibraltar" morning and her condition was better brought on by overwork, said
cruiser
.London,'Aug._ 6.-(Special.)---According to a Rome dispatch to saying a foreign was No definite confirmation of the than last night or yesterday. She the physician.In .
following her and the Essexto reported
asking
the ,Daily Express, Italy has joined England France and Russiaagainst'
stand by.Further. ultimatum from Germany to appeared to be unusually brave. She her ambition to perform her full
Germany and Austria. Italy came to hand here. As soon as greeted the president with a smile, duty in Washington, Mrs. Wilson
," Prince patted him on the arm, and said she added her
News of Lusitania Lichnowsky, the German ambassador to social obligations a very
..-. CRUISER TENNESSEE OFF FOR EUROPE New York, Aug. 6.-Further word left London todiy, the had spent a good night. great activity in philanthropic work
Wigwagging electric signals to the battleshop Florida, the of the big English liner Lusitania, American: embassy assumed full care Professor Ax'sen, of Princeton uni- connected with the redemption of the

;.. armored cruiser Tennessee weighed anchor off Tompkinsvilleshortly now dodging German cruisers in a of German interests in the British ersity, Jlrs. Wilson's brother, was slums of Washington city and in various -
before ten o'clock tonight and headed out to the ocean. Isles. sent for. Because of
Irwin B. laughlin, the American Mrs. Wilson'scondition other enterprises connected with
for
She carries race England, was brought to
with her
$5,750,000 gold to relieve
the
stranded
and New York today by the oil tank secretary of embassy, devoted the White House was closedto the betterment of the conditions of
impoverished tourists who are, in' the warring nations of Europe. steamer Tonawanda, from London and himself to this business and all German visitors. life here.
Announcement of: the death 'of Mrs. Wilson delayed the sailing The chief of
subjects who call at the late cause Mrs. Wilson's
of the cruiser two,hours. Antwerp. Capt Hart said yesterday At the same time she was very active -
e death from
he heard the Lusitania in wireless German embassy are now directed to was a chronic kidney in attempting to bring about contractive -
Victoria street by the caretaker. trouble. This has developed as one
communication with the British cruiser action in the matter of education -

BASEBALL _RESULTS Essex, saying a foreign cruiser It was estimated by the embassy in the Southern mountain dis-

P EACEFUL U OCCUPATION) E Of was following her, and asking the that there were 100, OO Germans in W. 'R. O'NfAl HONORED tricts.A .

National League Essex to stand by. Later, the Essex Great Britain, but there were no touching incident occurred this
New York 3, Chicago 4. went in search of the foreigner means of ascertaining how of
MEXICO[ O CITY IS NOW many morning. When Mrs. Wilson first
Brooklyn 3, St. Louis 7, During three days past, said Capt] these had leftf since the beginning of BY SUPREME[ [ LODGE came to Washington she was deeply

Boston 5, Pittsburg 4.. Hart, the wireless brought news of serious trouble between the nations. interested in the improvement of the

Philadelphia.2, Cincinnati 4. 'ASSURED{ the presence of British, French and The Chronicle's correspondent at alleys and slums. Partly as a resultof

Federal League German cruisers. None was sighted, Harwich telegraphs.that it is believed KNIGHTSPYTHIAS her interest a bill was introducedn
Brooklyn 2, Kansas City 0. however. The French liner: LaLor- a big naval action is progressing in the house for the reclamation of

Buffalo'4.4, Indianapolis 13. CARBAJAL AND I raines, bearing nearly a thousand reservists the North Sea. A wireless message the pest spots. No action was taken.
CARRANZA
Baltimore 5, Chicago 2. : bound for France, was seen received by the British destroyer ELECTED AS ONE OF THREE Last night while the president was
Pittsburg._ 6, St. Louis 5. HAVE REACHED AN 70 miles east of Fire Island. Virago orders her to prepare to' re-j MEMBERS BOARD CON- sitting at Mrs. Wilson's bedside she

t c American League AGREEMENT The British steamer Kansas' Ci ceive 200 prisoners and wounded who recalled her interest in the slums and

No. games scheduled. which sailed yesterday for Bristol; are being brought in by a torpedoty TROLINS.DEPT.Election mentioned that it would add much to
Southern League Complaints Made at WashingtonThat (turned about 'today and made for boat. herhappiness if the pending bill couldbe

Memphis 3, Nashville 2. Villa Is Levying on Perth Amboy N. J. The White Star The third torpedo boat flotilla, Was for a Term of Six passed.

,Atlanta 4, Chattanooga 1. Property of Americansand liner Cedric, bound hither from which left the harbor I yesterday Years, and Office Is Important The president mentioned the mat
Mobile 6, Montgomery 3. Queenstown and Liverpool, has put morning went into action immediately I ter to Secretary Tumulty today and
Other Foreigners One, DealingVith
New Orleans 4, Birmingham 0. into Halifax, presumably fearing ly and returned last night but little asked that something be done about
Sooth Atlantic.League ture. damaged.The Finance of Order the bill if possible.

Charleston. 3, Columbus 2. Washington, Aug. 6.-Jose Castel- batteries of the British flagship Mr. Tumulty discussed the bill

Augusta 7, Jacksonville 0. lot, representative of ProvisionalPresident LEMKE WANTS TO SAIL UNDER Amphion were slightly damaged. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, Aug with Secretary Bryan, Senators

Columbia 1, Albany 0. Carbajal of Mexico, aftera : STARS AND STRIPES Twenty-two German and six Eng 6.-SpedaL-W( R. O'Neal, of Or James, Hollis and Hughes and Chair-

Savannah Macon 2. conference with Secretary Bryantoday 'Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 6.-C apt. lish wounded have. been brought lando, Florida, was today elected a 3 man Johnson of the house District of
,officially confirmed the statement Herman Lemke, master of the Ger! ashore and removed to the naval establishment Columbia committee. All
one of' the three members promisedto
that of th e'
GERMANS FIRE INTO CROWD OF an agreement between Camman_steamer Frieda Leonhardt,which Shotley. interest their friends and
ranza, and the Carbajal delegates had board of control of the insurance department Representative -
The
BELGIANS put into port here yesterday after being Daily Mail publishes a dispatch Johnson,
returning to the
been, reached.. He said the peaceful of the
Knights of
chased from
by an English man-o-wart Copenhagen stating that Pythiaat capitol, called a meeting of his
Antwerp, ,Belgium; Aug., 6.-During ; occupation of Mexico City by the' constitutionalists .today took out naturalization papers a German squadron is bombarding ,the annual meeting of the suprem where it was decided to report committee -

an anti-German ,demonstration was assured. .1- to become a citizen of the United SVe borg, Finland. lodge in session here. Mr. 0'b'eat the bill favorably at once and make

here today several Germans fired into States. Sveaborg'is.known:as the "Gibral was elected for a term of six years. every effort to have it
passed
as soon
the crowd., Villa Making Levies on Americansand --tar,of:the Baltic.". The fortifications, as possible.

Four German steamers in,the port Other Foreigners I Orient railway and -the, ChihuahuaLumber armed with 900'heavy,cannon and.defended '15,000 SWISS CALLED HOME Throughout her
were'seized El Paso, Tex., Aug. 6.-Levies on ;'company in;Chihuahua and t illness, it became
today by the Belgian au : jby a,garrison of:about 12,000 FROM UNITED STATES known today Mrs. Wilson
has
Americans and in sold for. the,!benefit;of:the been
thorities. other foreigners: : ; ;constitutionalist , men,:are spread over chain. pf seven -
continuing her deep interest in the
the territory controlled by Villa tavetate ",' -war; '-cfeeet- ,, . small'islands connected with bridge New York, Aug. 6. The Swiss children
- of
.THE: WEATHER resulted in 'cOmplaints"to ,the, Sghtr M...:feaof sold*ers jTfeey. t command ,the 7e entrance: to the consulate in 'this-city today issued poor evidenced Washington. This
a
-!...;s department at Washington., Large iu.YUrt am;;are."said. ',to,;be.,9 ttr-fbay f ,of,,Helsisgfors; ,the. capital o f call to 15,000 Swiss in the United was tion to the library especially for in the her atten-
Florida: Local :tiander showersFriday quantities of timber, according to: 'a.report tend fl* the ranch: ""of'Mrs.' Wm. :S.:" Jfek&d,.;from;which ,there is.direct States, to report here for embarkation t- where Miss blind
Margaret Wilson has
.and.,Saturday;'except" generally : ,here, are.being cut :from_hold Btttea, ..,',_.* ,* of the 'Englishman 1 i i iJuaro. raIkoad commankatKHi;With: : St.,Pe- to join the Swiss army which is sung and her mother has beena frequently -

," . ;fair_.' in_ .; _extreme,,' 'i waft> portion.f ings.:of,the KansasCity. : .,'Mexico ., '. . 'g mobilizing to enforce her neutrality.
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Pine:Castle, Fla.-Aug. 4.-Mr.and such pretty parties as those given by John B. Stetson UniversityLINCOLN
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Mrs.: M. Shanibarger left Wednes-
day morning for Mansfield, Ohio, party at which Miss Lydia Gei- NeYtaReThrli$5.CLYDE ll $ BULlEY, Ph.D., Litl.D., LL.D., President
which i| their former home, and will ger entertained about twenty-five of
her friends last DeLAND FLORIDATHE
on Thursday eveningwas ,
visit, ,among relatives, there for the
a very pleasant affair. The place
rest of/the summer. COLLEGE GRADUATE DEPARTMENT OF ARTS AND SCIENCES-
.Mrs. tJame Tyner returned home selected was a portion of the spacious Courses leading to the degrees of Master of Arts and Sciences.
THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR MEN-IS
front yard under the covered Carnegie units required
Monday;;morning after a visit at the moss for admission. Twenty.one departments in all
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with Spanish moss and beautifully dormitories for women and a separate gymnasium. 16 Carnegie units.s
ditt, Conway. THE COLLEGE OF LAW-Course leading to the LL. B. degree.. Graduates admitted
( decorated 'with vines flowers, etc., to in Florida .
practice without examination.THE
Mrs. Theron Keen, of Orange Cen
with lanterns haging here and there, Only Direct Line From JacksonvilleFare COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING-Courses in Civil Mechanical Electricaland
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visiting,her grandmother. Mrs. Mar- presented a very pleasing picture. THE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS-Especially for Florid B teachers, strong nor-
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>zella Jorns.!} Many games were played, both instructive THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Besides Banking, Book-keeping Accounting,
and mirth provoking, after Shorthand. Typewriting, courses in History Law Economics and Finance.
Mrs. IL Smith few days
Tj1. spent a THE ACADEMY-Sixteen units for graduation. Prepares for Harvard Yale
which delicious, ice cream and cake Includes Meals and Stateroom Accommodations
last week among relatives at Kis'Miss Princeton Chicago and all high grade colleges.
were served. Those present were THE SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS-For boys and young men desiring
simmee"'r .- Mr.' and Mrs. C. E. Patterson and manual training mechanical drawing ic.
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\ Laura Stinespring, with her Tickets on Sale Until e tember 30th, THE SCHOOL OF MUSIc-separate teachers for piano pipe organ violin voice
small son Clyde, Mr. and Mrs. W. L harmony and chorus work.
brother,,Mr. Harley Stinespring, and Sieg, Hisses Bobbie Nicholson, Addie ,and Good Returning From New York up THE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS-Free hand and life drawing. Painting in oil
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Gresham, Marie Daniels, Ramona to and Including October 31st. Ships
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SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO
: McLain, Corinne Raulerson, Barbara
Tenn.. Scheduled to Sail Tuesdays Thursdays
McLain, Irene Peters Messrs. Law- ,
.Mr, and Mrs. E. L. Sphaler and ; 1. The Preliminary Course in Agriculture-Botany, Biology Organic and In-
rence Musselwhite, Edwin Raulerson, Saturdays at 2:00 P. M. organic Chemistry, qualitative and quantative analysis Agricultural chem
Miss Stella Harris and Mr. R.J. Hari ,
i istry. Mineralogy Geology Ac.
Payne Daniels, Frank Sutton, Hor-
ris motored to Wekiwa Springs Sun- 2. The Pre-Medical Physiology. Biology Anatomy Histology, Bacteri-
ace Raulerson, 'Reed Dooley, Will For Further Particulars Apply to ology, Zoology, Botany General Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry, Qualitative -
day
I Raynor, Gilmore Sikes, Cyril Raulerson. and Quantitative Chemistry.
The "Messrs. Albritton, of the Bap- 3. The Course for Religeous W'orkm-In Bibical Literature History. English.
tist fait, are conducting a week of H. G. WENZEL Fla. Pass. AgentJACKS'O Pedagogy Ethics, Logic and Theism.
meeting! in Union chapel. It is hoped|t Mr. L P. Daniels and sister Marie ,

that they will be very successful in left Tuesday for a summer outing.
their-wc k. i i#They expect to visit Mount Airy, N. NVILLE, FLA.

Mr. and Mrs.,, Wm. Hansel and C., and probably other points in the

'daughters, Misses Olive and Hallie, Carolinas before returning this fall lll L ll[ [ winter r Park

spent floor Wednesday until Monday After a pleasant visit with rela- ,

at ,Daytona Beach. They made i iI tives here, Miss Leda Peters has re- .

'the'trip in their auto and greatly en- :turned'to Jacksonville.Mr. ttiittMimiimiMi 8 iiniiimuHaiiiiiniiiiMtlMMMIMimmiliOMMIIIIIIMimilllMMIMM Oldest College and Most Beautiful Grounds in Florida !
I
joyed the surf and the fishing. Miss j 1 and Mrs. 0. S. Massengill and
bass I College, Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Do- ;
Hallie Hansel caught a 14 pound family spent Monday and Tuesday ;
mestic and Industrial Arts Business Teacher's Course.
,
from offthe pier. This was the fourth with friends in Chuluota. ,1 ;
I Twelve steam heat electric fire I
lights
catch ofthat'size made this season. buildings, pro-
Miss Hallie was duly photographed 1 Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Rehbinder madea tection, fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dolI I

with,heitcatch. i busines strip to Sanford Monday. lar endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ, ;

Mrs...C. H. Matchett circulated at Messrs. J. T. McLain and L. M. a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new ;

petition',Tuesday for the opening of':Rehbinder made a business trip.to rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New
i Jacksonville last week. chemical and with
Lake ph.sicallaboratories, equipped every
Division street to Conway. I
t There were. many signers and it is i Miss Thusa Tarbell entertained a iT1i modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water. I

hoped that she will be successful in 'number: of her friends at a birthday Preparation for engineering course.

.her efforts. 'II party Friday evening at her pretty Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football,
The Rev. Father Fox of Orlando, home. Many pleasant games were I Christian, but undenominational; expenses moderate. I

1 -was the guest Wednesday evening of I played, after which the merry guests 'M' I Scholarships available. For catalogue address !

Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Bernard. While were invited to partake of refresh

here Rev. Fox arranged with the directors ments, consisting of delicious punch, 1 1J i WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN,

of the school for the 'use. of cake, etc. A very pleasant time was 1I
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the school hall for a series of lectures reported. Those present were Misses ;

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Bresnahan, pastor of the Catholic 1 ii Daniels Lydia Geiger, Georgia .iMIIIiMMIIMMMfMMIMMMIIIIBIMIIIMMIiltflM
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,a ,very,interesting speaker and his I I Mrs. W. H. Raulerson; Messrs. L P. \ J \ .
.explanation of the doctrines of the I If' I Daniels, Reed Dorley, Frank Sutton, I
Catholic church are very enlighten-I Paul ,Dooley, Tommy McLain, and THE MARKETOf

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few weeks in Geneva have been so Boon 10-12 3-5 appointment .
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k THE, DAILY raE CAPTURE OF PARIS FORT j; city on August 16th. In $100,000 FIRE NEAR JACKSONVILLE HiMiMmimtHitttitmiiitmiiimiM ttllll..IIIIIIIIIIIDlllllllllllllllllitttt.tltltt.tt I
YEARS AGO I Steinmetz was the'
South FtorUa Sentinel ---- J man in the German arm]; ,
F
MORNING AND WEEKLY When 'the Prussians under KaisetVilhelm Forbach on the 7th, St. AII I Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 6.-A fire t
: FERRIS' MUr tad Onu I., with Count Bismarck an< 9th, and on the 14th wa which started in the refinery of the
J08UH
r Sen. von Moltke, started the movement In the battle of Colon' Standard Turpentine Works in theMilldale I.
Entered Second at the Clara poetofficc MaD Matter.at Orlando Fbi against Paris forty-four yearago General von Moltke pre, district, near the Lem Tur- .
z tea. u the German troops were me junction of the two ner road, at 2 o'clock this morning,
c SUBSCRIPTION RATES French armies. re-I has completely destroyed the refinery
:s .......,.....,..,.........15.00 vith fierce resistance on every handrom i
J Dafly IJafly,, 1 6 Year Months ..,...:.i.............. 2.5G ? the time they crossed the border the capture of Metz, part of the plant, and is'still_ raging The Men'sShirt
Diflj 3 Months ..................... t2 Charles took of his uncontrolled. Flames 100 feet highare
Dally 1 Month .i...................... .60 into France it took the : part I ,
3 Saarbrucken and part : threatening the entire neighbor-
th
a full six months to capture
;< and the 16th I hood, according to reports.
41r 1 Year ,.,., ............H... 1.0 French capital.The ;; Saargemund on
i Weekly Weekly, 6 Months ..o'.,............... ... drove Bazaine back to cre- The plant was recently bought by
I first order to mobilize. th< was defeated on the 18th the Cummer Lumber company at a

TO ADVERTISERS: Prussian army was liven by ; in the fortifications at price of $60,000 it is said, but was
IVilhelm I. on July 15th, 1870. Francleclared . t valued at a much higher figure. No
Y Copy for display, and all ewer hand-tt war four days later. Threirmies < st 19th the Prussian verification, of the loss couldbe
x adrertijint nut be handed in at the buunetfie. were put in the field by th fourth to learned officially, but it is believedit alel I
.f the Sentinel net later than 2 p. n army move rap-
- : the day before publication. This role applieto .' Prussians. The first was under the plains of Champegn already exceeds $100,000, and may
E i invariable cnantea and for wifl contract.. trictlr advertising adhered; to.it i ron Steinmetz near Trever, the The crown prince of Sax involve ten dwelling houses and other

ond> under Prince Frederick placed in charge of thi property.The .
in the Reinish Palatinate, and th, ....- .
Subscribers de iriBr. The Sentinel discon One hundred and fire department was notified -
tinned. should notify the office ia writing en bird under the crown prince of men were concen I immediately upon the discovery of
otherwise it will be
of expiration
the date
continued at the regular subscription rates, ia, on the frontier of Baden. Chalon under MacMahon to the fire, but the plant is said to be
until notice to stop is rewired. een days after the mobilization [ On August 21st Mac without sufficient water facilities,
I Ier had been given Prussia had 520100 to Rheins and under and the fire fighters were helpless. CONTINUING with
FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1911. men under arms. Paris attempted to re- Explosions shook the structure frequently Is
t A line 100 miles long from [ His division was cut off during the fire from the burning -
increased in-
'THE NATION MOURNS aedy on the Belgian frontier to at Sedan, surround- debris, and rendering-any possible vastly
fort at the junction of the Swiss .! He surrendered attempt at control hazardous.Mrs. .
: '1 While death -is an inevitable and Herman borders, was covered by 2nd, being taken pris S. P. Baker, living close by terest and justly so...the
.,cx rmy of 350,000 men under the emperor. The battle of the; plant, was one of the first to discover \
daily occurrence, when the blow falls II. The French army was the most disastrous of th e the fire this morning, and phonein price reductions alone
: upon-the,head of the nation its sting into eight army corps with ; an alarm along with others in the

_: is felt by all the American people lacMahon near Strassberg, of Strassburg cam neighborhood.The should interest but
Just at a time when the burden of 'ailly at Betsch, on the 28th, and on Octobe manager of the Florida Wood I men,
frontier, Marshal Bazaine near \ which is the
Yonder Tann occupie Products company, operating -
the welfare is resting heaviest en'a
country's
Jen. Brossard at Safnt Avoid, Metz was surrendered by; corporation, could not be when these sweeping re-
y; t, upon the shoulders of President the Prussian frontier, General on October 27th. General de reached, as he was busy on the spot

i Woodrow Wilson, he is called upon to lirault at Thionville (now s in a heroic effort recap Smoke of the conflagration blackened ductions are made on
bear the greatest personal grief that )iedenhofen by the Germans); from the Prussians on the entire sky north of Spring- a

can come to any man-the loss of the eserve corps under General 10th, but was defeated in field this morning. Shirts of standard integrity
"; companion and solace of his days of and Marshal Canrobert, at Nancy 1 lasting from December 2nd -
It effort and achievement. talons, and Gen. Felix Douay 4th. Tough on the Lunatics.The .
F Mrs. Wilson was a Southern woman ing the fortress at Belfort. General Ducrot tried to idea of sending women who --.on Shirts known
and possessed all the virtues oft i It was on July 28th that strong Prussian lines at want to starve to death to insane

'F American womanhood. Her place in Napoleon left Paris to take on ?December 29th th asylums 'is a good one, if the insane throughout the entire
: the heart of our bereaved president at Metz, and on August 2nd captured Mount Iveron, om asylums will let them .-Philadelphia -

is impossible,to fill. The president is Wilhelm with Count Bismarck defending Paris. Rouen Ledger.IMMIilimMIIIIMHItt. States positively the
as
' f at the height of his career- as one of General von Moltke took the by the Prussians on =

: the greatest executives that have with headquarters at. Maniz. ) 6th, and the French were .
served the 'American people.' The Saarbruck was attacked and at St. Quentin on Jan best procurable no per-

manner in which he, has, within the ared on. August 2nd by Paris finally capitulate!
s' ; .past few days, unfalteringly and with France was invaded by the 28th, 1871. son should miss this extra-

..; ,, unparalleled judgment and wisdom, crown prnice on August 4th. He McCUllOCU'S
', i 'come to the relief of the people of aged the French under Douey CORRESPONDENT AR ordinary sale
this country, when the dark cloud of Veissenburg and drove them AT LONDON
individual fter a terrific five hour fight
a foreign war threatened our Store !
and commercial, welfare, should which the losses were heavy on Aug. 6Dr. Hans Pehn, Department : .
'' entitled him to a height of love and ides. correspondent of Wolff's Tel OF. H.
esteem in the hearts of his fellow Again two days later the bureau, the German semi .
.L a'' countrymen hitherto unattained. rince engaged the French. This news agency, was arrested Tumblers
Jelly
That the heart of every American he met MacMahon's men at morning.
I citizen bleeds with sympathy for and forced them to retreat in

him in his sore trial is certain. Let der. Steinmetz, in the ,
Fruit Jars M Sfflrt
tt
us trust that his 'knowledge. of this routed Froussard's corps at ll n

sympathy will: lighten the burden, riving' the French back to Metz F. HOURml\N It 1]

i even ever so little and we may be 'orbach. allkindsPiesoing
y assured. at, however much he may :Following these disastrous Plumber and
;i suffer, his greatness will remain and the eight French corps were Sanitary Engineer "The Best Known"
1 ated into two armies, one under
9 that he will patriotically continue to furnished. ,jobbing
st serve his country with wisdom and sine at Metz and the other Attended to. Kettles and
judgment, bravely' bearing his great lacMahon at Chalons. It was PHONE 6z9
ly thereafter that the northern
sorrow.
personal o of Alsace was abandoned while f 106 Court Street "Known as the Best"

Two hundred and forty-five miles French retreated along the FLORIDA I Avenue.
20 S. Orange
r ef.canals are now open in the Ever On August 8th the crown I
glades. left Worth to push on through 4-zMm .
passes of Vosges to Nancy. He fMMimilHIIIMIMITHERMOS
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det't.f Stilt some balm in Gilead. 'The... % 'H



.t? 0 i BOTTLES
R' Evidently those war dogs the news-

:/; paper headliners declare have been Factory shipment just received. We refill broken bottles. Note some of the Prices :

loosed in Europe have hydrophobia.Our f --
t
--o- PHA.RMACY t
McFL R OY'S
good friend Fred DeBerry got

t the cart before the horse and went Give us a Trial. Quick Delivery in Drugs. PHONE 20. Try our Ice Cream.MHIIIMtlliMlllltMltlltlMtltllHIIIIIMMiMimiMIMIMM. Regular $1.00, $1.25 for . . . 83c
: 1 into bankruptcy before starting his

a Plant City daily. '

-t,. o iMtitiitiiiiiiimiiiiMimMMiiiiiiiiniiiiiiMiittimmiHti Regular $ 1.50, for . . . . . $1.15
Another horror has been added to :

x .the war. "'Many Georgians, now in : Regular 1.65, for . . . . $1.25
Europe, can't get home to vote :
against Joe Brown on August 19th. I II
.e. o I I Regular 2.00> for . . . . . $1.38

The barbers sell many a safety I I
t razor by insisting on giving you a I ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES Regular 2.50, for . . . . . $1.88

hair cut, singe, 'shampoo, tonic and event in the
'
: Commencement Day-an important
massage when you o only want a shave.A . lives of young people should receive some fitting markof ti Regular 3.00, for . . . . $2.25

and encouragement to commemorate the
Cincinnati proud father was appreciation
wonderfully surprised when his new occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of Regular 3.50, for . . . . . $2.65

born son weighed forty pounds, until N Jewelry? .

he discovered that he had used the DIAMONDS AND WATCHES Regular 3.75, for . . . . $2.65
,ice man's scales. ,
+
0 We direct the attention of relatives and friends to Regular 4.00, for . . . ... . $2.85
The Jacksonville Metropolis should the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this
haul down that vainglorious sign,
this season's new-
store. From the most inexpensive of
"
:' "Florida's Greatest Newspaper, be- est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Diamond
Times-Union for .
fore criticising the values -
offer exceptional
or a Dependable Watch, we
' boasting about its circulation.
and assortment. ;
.
% The. Arcadia News 0 favors media- A visit to our store wilt be appreciated and involves ,
'
tion in the Tampa Tribune-Arcadia .. no obligation to buy.T.H.Evansthe.

x baseball war, and insists that the Tribune r
., name the mediators. The A. B. -

: C.'s are out of a job.
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country is about all that is worth Orlando's Favorite Shopping Place

while on the Western Hemisphere, OH06RE POSTOMCE i I II
y and the information that Buenos
4t Aires is the third argest city on EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
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t : ORLANDO- .FLA. i 1 2 p. m. and 6:30 p, m. '

Admission 5 cents
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Mrs: W.,T. Beck and child returned / '
yesterday from, a visit to relatives MUHMMtlttlHtlttlMITODAY'S 4

'; in,Missouri." :. : BUYS AND SELLS i PROGRAM POLICE AND SHERIFFS ARE

Mr: wm:: P. Blakely, Ocoee's mer- Eclair. "The Heart's "
chant prince, spent ;yesterday in Or- REALIST In two parts. Highway. LOOKING FOR BLACKDESPERADO "fct It lit t lIen's"

lando combining business and pleas.. Mother-in-Law.Joker. "How side-splitting Green, Saved com-His

,ure. edy produced by Grace Cunard. '

Mr."M. H. Scott,:of St. Petersburg, Shot Superintendent Gulf Tur-
,
600 acres south of Winter . ....
arrived -- -
t in Orlando yesterday'and is FLORIDA TRAINING TO BE :NEW pentine Company in the "
f making his headquarters ,at the San Garden and west of MOVE FOR BIRMINGHAM
Back as He Walked
r I Gotha, including 10 acre '
Juan.Mrs. Away Give us a chance to show
t : .G. C. Shultz and little daughter The Jacksonville Metropolis: The Bir-
orange grove. en- the newest styles in
,,Mabelle, left yesterday afternoonfor : mingliam baseball club will inaugu- you
Lakeland where they will visit tire tract! covered with rate a new move when the call to Odessa, Fla., Aug. 6.-A general watches.

'.relatives : yellow pine timber. Two arms sounds next spring in the way alarm has been sent out for a negro, \Ve will trade in your pres-

llr. ,J. 0. Collins, one ,of Taft's : miles of lake shore.tiiitiuiimtitiitMiiM. of seeking quarters further south for George Pooler, who last night killedJ. ent watch or movement, allowing -

genial and successful citizens, spent : doing their early spring training. For W. Forehand, superintendent of the "'. you a liberal amount.If .
? the first time in the of the Gulf Turpentine company's plant
yesterday in ,Orlando looking after history you have any idea of
business matters.Mr. league, a club will leave the home lot here. Pooler is known to have two watch would '
pistols and to be desperate, and if he getting a we appreciate
M. E. Weeks will return from Mrs. M. F. Ford and Miss Agnes to do their conditioning stunts, when the of
i Arcadia today, where he went Hardy have arrived in Orlando from the Barons journey down to Orlando, is encountered by any of the searchers opportunity \
c Fla. where who have taken up the pursuit, showing you.
ito ,meet with the trustees in the interest Brunswick, Ga. to visit relatives and arrangements for train
it is probable that there will be fur- Our will
have prices surprise
been
ing
of /the' hospital for the orphans. friends.Mr. quarters completed. \ .
Owner Rick Woodward, of the Bar- ther bloodshed. .
'
.
and Mrs. A. R. Sandlin re-
ons, accompanied the team on the tripto The killing took place about seven
Mr. C. A, Carpenter, a former resi- turned yesterday from a trip to Winter Atlanta during the past week, and o"lock last night. Forehand, who you.Allen&Co
dent'of Orlando but now making his Haven and Dundee.Mr. .
armed had
I completed the deal for the Orlando was , given Pooler orders
home in Jacksonville,' is in 'the city J. E. Richards, of East Orange, camp. According to the Birmingham and warning about his conduct which

today. He is stopping at-the San N. J., is among the late arrivals at mogul, the Barons were given a very the latter resented, according to the

Juan. the San Juan. attractive proposition, which includes account current here, and as Fore- Jewelers

Dr. Paul Burgess, a former popular Miss Ruth Hendricks left yester- expenses for thirty-five men, to and hand turned to walk away, still holding -

citizen of Orlando, but now 'on the day afternoon for Jacksonville to from Birmingham, and their living his pistol in-his hand, Pooler drew Reliable

road for a wholesale drug house, was 1 spend a few days with Mrs. Roy expenses while in the camp. In addi- a revolver and fired. The first shot I RepairingHlltllMIMIMItlltlllMIimHHHtiMMMMMM

looking after business in the city yesterday Crabb, after which she will go on to tion to this, the Barons will reap took effect, Forehand dying shortly

Boston where she will spend several whatever pecuniary reward may accrue after.

Mrs. E. J. Osborne, who was associated weeks. i, from exhibition games. The shooting was at the quarters, '4.f. F
: _
with her husband in conducting Among the traveling men register- Apparently Florida towns are benton and before information had been re- <
the hotel Wekiwa in Or- ceived by white men at Odessa the S '
at was ing at the San Juan yesterday were bringing every ball club possible :
hndo yesterday en route to Cleve- Messrs. G. M. Holden, M. H. Gree- to train in their midst. Last season black had fled. He was followed, but nrb

lind, Ohio. son, R. J.Frierson: L. A. Gabel, J. H. I the two St. Louis teams, the Cubs and lost sight of in the woods, though for

,Mr. A. B. McNeice, vice-president Holcombe, E. 0. Knowles, Guy S.' the Athletics, all did their early workin hours during the moonlight night the

of the H. C. Schrader company, fruit Davis and S. H. Kirkland, of Tampa. Florida, and indications are that posse hunted for him. The chase was CI!
another will find twice given up late last night, but all townsin
season as
shippers Jacksonville, was looking Nearly everybody in Orlando takesa the Pasco and 0=1 {
.scattered about various Hillsborough county
sifter business matters in Orlando many over :
half holiday on Thursday, but Clerkof
territory to which he might have
yesterday. Florida towns. If owners and man-
,the Circuit Court B. M. Robinsonis '
,,' really want to get warm weather gone were notified by telephone to be
the : agers
Mr. H. K. Woods, clever and one of the exceptions. He is so
the lookout for the The
and take the chances on negro. :
accommodating salesman in JohnEmpie's constantly on the job every day, and early, on going ,
back home to find a big changein police in Tampa 'were notified late .. fJlJtw frJG.
Orange avenue grocery establishment sometimes at night, that when he last night. :
conditions, they certainly will not
,will leave Sunday to; visit takes a, holiday it is a real event, and
his old home in Smithville Tenn. find any better locations than are to II
yesterday was the day that he tooka I
be had in Florida. However, it has REBEKAH PICNIC --
\Mrs. B. half holiday, or rather tried to do
Jennie has
| Moody returned been claimed by several
managers
,from a visit to, New'York"and other it, but when a Sentinel representative that instead of getting extra benefits CO
met him about four o'clock the More than a score of Rebekahs and :
Eastern cities, where she 'purchased had from early warm weather, followed Odd Fellows left at eight o'clock yesterday I .
work too
to
,a"? large and beautiful line of goods temptation proven cold when return home :
and'novelties strong and he was heading. for the by snaps, they morning for Wekiwa Springs,
fcjr
the stationery store
their seriously affected
men are by Orange county's popular watering
house.
of.Brigham &; HilL court the change and more harm than good place, by automobiles. Well filled Insect Killer Will Rid
'(Messrs. T, Booth and Burt Johnston
D. as done. lunch baskets indicated that all prep-

agents ,for 'the Home .Life In- CAPTA1t1 I ROHT. M. ClARK DIED Last season the Louisville club of arations had been made for a feast of

silrance company: 'with headquarters the American association did their good things, and when the party re- Your house of all insects. Quarts 4
in:Jacksonville, were in Orlando yes YESTERDAY MORNINGRetired training at Fort Myers, Fla. The turned last night they were tired but

terday. !They are touring the South team missed only one day's practice, reported an enjoyable day. 35c. Gal. $1.00. For sale by
ernStates in their Ford and leftinjthe ,
car and Owner Wathen stated when the in the of
The following were party
afternoon for'Tampa.IF Navy Officer Who Had Winter team stopped of Atlanta for games picnickers: Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dale,

',.. H.: Williams and, family,departed Home in Orlando and Came ,with the Crackers, that they would Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eaton, Mr. and

& ,f o( their: home' in Orlando' this morn- Here Every Year I surely go to Florida again next season Mrs. Martin Zellars, Mr. and Mrs. i

ink after*a' pleasant sojourn of two r As stated above the Barons are Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Long,
the of Southern THE SANITARY 1
m nths at Pass-a-Grille. They'are all first League teamsto Mr. and Mrs. Frank Helms, Mr. and GROCERY
enthusiastic about the Pass, and ,declare Mr. DeWitt Miller, of the Hotel seek more southerly quarters for Mrs. Laubach, Mrs. W. H. Foster, 1
Wyoming, received a telegram yes- their early work. It is hardly likely Gauthier Miss Eula
t
it is the best point for summer Mrs. Harry CARUTHERS & GORE
'in Fl9rida.-St. Petersburg terday announcing the death of Cap- that any other team will follow this Helms, Mr. Donald Helms, Mrs. Mer-

Inependent.oufings tain Robert M. Clark at nine o'clock lead next'season. However, if the experiences cier and children, Mrs. Drawdy, Mrs. 1
: of the Barons satis, Phone 200
IIr. F.. H. Williams, the popular yesterday morning. The telegramwas prove 'Chas. Phillips, Mrs. William Dennis J
su rvisor of registration, has 're from Mrs. Clark and dated from factory, it is possible that within another ,- and son, and Mrs. Daughtry and chil 6 & 8 E. Pine Street 'j 3
several of the clubs
year or so, I
turned from two months spent at dren. 3s
I their home at Vineyard Haven, Mass. will try the stunt. :
Pa s.a-Grille with his family and he I I
; Captain and Mrs. Clark have been .
JOHN BARRYMORE HELD OVER tlltMllillMIIMIMtimiHMMmittiiiiMiiiiimiiimtmtiMiiiMitnHi...
reports an enjoyable outing, with lots regular winter visitors to Orlando for 1
of food things to say about that re- several years past, and are well FOR SALE-A scholarship onDraughon's }
Practical Business Col. John playing the lead- *
Barrymore
BOIK. He opened the registration known to nearly every one in the city. lege. Will sell at half price. Call ing role in "An American Citizen,"
,hoop yesterday at his ,office in the I They own a nice home on Livingstonavenue. at Sentinel office. 8-7-6t played at the Lucerne last night, I
cott house. j made a very big hit,-but as the audi-
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: GRAND VIEW !
Iff. P. P. Pillans returned to Orlando Captain Clark was a retired naval FOR SALE-Ford car; fine condition. ence was not what was expected,
probably on account of the rain, the
this afternoon after a brief officer and had performed faithful lando Cheap Fla.for quick sale. Box 93, Or- film will be held over and played 1
visit to his 'parents Mr. and Mrs. J. service for his,country in two wars, 8-6-lt again this afternoon and tonight. I

'C.,, Pillans at" Electra and brother, serving in both the civil and Spanish- This is without doubt the finest ;

')Ir. L. ,H. Pillans and family ,in this American. He was seventynineyears Up to date painting, papering, etc., comedy romance ever produced in
and the acting is
moving pictures,
cityy At Hot Springs, Ark, wherehe 'of age and had been on the retired is the kind you want. Where to get wonderful. The story begins with a
has been ,spending several weeks list for several years. In ,Or it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. laugh and ends with another, and is Newest and most up-to-date hotel in

j and 'enroute, home Dr: Pillans, who lando he was held in the highest es Entrican., 1-20-tf full of good, clean comedy from startto

is:City health officer of Orlando, stop- teem and the news of his death will Only finish.on one other occasion has a Canton ituated on Academy Heights.

ped at'several places to get data on be received with deepest regret bj Eat what you want. film been held for two days at the
health and sanitation in view of organizing Sentinel readers.No Eat all you want. j Lucerne, but Mr. Kent feels that this Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River
Take a postscript and forget it. about fine production has
is as a as
a city health board in Or information relative to the funeral For sale by all druggists. been filmed, and wants all of Orlandoto Valley. One of the finest views in Wes
has been received. '
land Ocala Star. 1 l-7-d&w-lyr have a chance to see it. \
Mr. Kent has never advertised a
North Carolina.
picture as being fine unless it was tern
HMIMtlMtlMUHIMIIIIMt *tllMIIIIMiftlflltfllffllMiiMllMllllltl *>M exceptionally fine, and the small attendance -
coupled with many requestsfrom
his patrons to play the picture
again have induced him to hold it and

play Famous it today.Players pictures are all MRS. J. R. McFADYEN t6.2o.d&w

LUCERNE TODAY] good their,finest.but this is considered one of ,

No advance in prices.A .
couple. of other good pictures CANTON N. C. _
f' I ,
will be shown also.-Adv.
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John Barrymore in "An American Citizen, will be UNDER SEALED ORDERS FLOR-

IDA STEAMS TO SEA
NOTICEThe Don't wait for every one In town to
shown again today i have Entrican, the painter, before
New York, Aug. 6.-The dread- I you try. Am too busy to look you
Florida, after having been City Council of the City of up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
naught Orlando, Florida, will meet in special i job.
'+"Little ,Senorita", a one reel Princess. hastily coaled and provisioned, left session at the City Hall on Saturday, 1-20-tf
the Brooklyn navy yard under sealed August 25th, 1914, at 8 o'clock a.m., - --------

orders this morning and proceeded to for the purpose of reviewing, correcting -

"Their First Acquaintance", a one reel Majestic. Tompkinsville, Staten Island. There : and roll equalizing for the year the 1914 city, and assessment for Or.

she dropped anchor near the cruiser the hearing and determining: of petitions I CO
Tennessee, due to sail for Europe to- relating thereto. All persons
day, with ,nearly $8,000,000 in gold having any complaint must make, and I I I
file the same in writing with the City Insect Killer Will
of and the Pass will be for the relief of Americans. Navy Clerk on or before the day set for
,- That Dollar Box Candy '_given.away, . yard officials'would not say what was said hearing. Rid
f" -
the Florida's destination nor did they CARL JANSEN City Clerk.

.again tonight to_ the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. announce when the Tennessee would Aug. 4, 19lt. 8-4-4t Your house of all insects.

get under way. It was understood

that her departure might, be delayed LOST-Kit of automobile tools in Quarts SSc. Gallon $1.09
iC ci'tifbte, in the day roll. Return to Sentinel office and
I

'First Ffetr;.;10 Celts. litany, 5 Ce IS., Cider, 5: CeilsMIMMMMHI I II I I When God- wants to educate a manI' receive reward. 8-4-2t i, For sale byCarrulhers&

', POTATO VINES for sale! Choice
,__ ,, _' __ ._ n r :;r h__ I He does not send him to school to thegla Nancy Hall vines at 307 East Pine Gore'j

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MIMMIIM 444rw PE.OPLE'S WANTS! Lumber, Laths and Shingles ('

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t tach l1 OioI f !rix ? Notice. of MUNNIMAKERS Lost Wanted. For Sale.. For 4
Bent, etc., for this qolumn: 2c for one day. COMPANY.
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25 the 59c word for advertisements three or day lees. or for Money f LOO thin for must column one accompany week u for no:

intertigns will be made on credit.

If you suffer with dyspepsia or indigestion, tele-
' phone 'THE; CITY DRUG STORE to send you one FOR SALE ORLANDO
dozen pints SHIVAR GINGER ALE. Drink one Nursery stock, one, two, three and to
I four old buds Foster Early,
-6.i pint with each meal and, if not relieved, I am au- Pineapple year Java, Homosassa; Wash-
} ,. thorized to charge it to the manufacturer. ington NaveL Address Mrs. M.KahK \
Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf ( Cement
Royal Plaster and
Agatite Perfection Lime

S SHIYAR I GINGER I f ALE WOOD FOR SALE

el' C"'ttt41..t"I'At I..+t ... t.tt
For the month of August I will .el II'llet'111116 tt+ + "
sell, at my farm, pine at 85 cents per %
TONIC-DIGESTIVE-DELICIOUS 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-lm Orlando Bank
& Trust Co.
4- Water., Sold under a positive guarantee to relieve
FOR SALE-One five passenger ,
a' any case of dyspepsia or indigestion, or your money touring car; a big bargain. Will Orlando, Fla., '' -
refunded. . sell for $300 cash. Apply this office. '' .
.:. ...
Bottled by SHIVAR SPRING, Shelton S. C. 7-30-tf. r At the Close of Business June 30th,1914. ,, > \ ,; ,
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-SOLD BY- FOR SALE-Best quality heart pine 1 U. RESOURCES. '
fence posts. See L N. Lewis, 406S. j
z The CITY DRUG STORE . East street 7-14-lmo Loans and Discounts . II II II II II . . . $379,514 36 '
: i' Over-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 622 34
WANTED-To exchange Vose piano, "
in good condition, for Victrola and Stocks and Bonds . II II . . II II . . II . 26,018 33
tt J. L. DEAN, Prop Orlando, Fla. records. Piano may be seen at For- Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . t . t t 26:637: 37 :1_
: r mosa. Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland, Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . 291,393 48 '
i Fla.

WANTED-Couple to live on country $724,185 88
f JOHN BARRYMORE IN "AN' place. Call or address, 400 West j', "- LIABILITIES.
DR. F. C. BOARDMAN Central avenue.WANTEDPermanent.
AMERICAN
CITIZEN" AT '
Capital Stock II II . II II II II . . . . . . $100,000 00 '
f ? ? THE LUCERNE! xj DENTISTBoardman position by Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 39,961 35 *

'- "vV. woman with in clerical family to and support.executive Experienced Re-Discounts . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . None '

: Daniel Frohman presents John Bard ..... Building, work and capable of handling force Bills Payable . . . . . . . . . . . ,. . . . None
. rymore, the distinguished dramatic, f- Jij itmm of people. Orlando and Chicago references Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582,669 47
'favorite in the celebrated comedy-ro- Office Hours: furnished as to character and Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,55506
American Citizen". 12:00 1:30 to 4:00 ability. 7-19-tf .0.
,inane "An 830 to It
':, ,P'r. .'''',.. .
| This noted star in a hilarious role is Telephone 640.Huerta ; ;:' ','''!' "
I . i $724,185 88
'.... FOR RENT #1!! :Jf. ,
more than pleasing. A
A trans-continental l'Omanceof com I IYedy has his money in hiv e's FOR RENT-Cheap, small cottagenear Fr. Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . .'. . . $291,393 48
and intrigue. A made-to-order :name and his debts in Caranla's. W. E. Stevenson's, DeLaney .Reserve required by Law II II II. . II. 116,533 89
marriage a sudden change of nation.Ialityand Indianapolis Star.Griffing's street, south. Inquire of Mrs. Stev-
.r a million complications enson, or Mrs. Dr. Anderson. L Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59

.
; r'-begining with laugh and ending with FOR RENT-Two office spaces in I Deposits on June 30, 1913 . . II. . . . $527,758 01

another. 1'1 Trees our store at'No. 9 W. Church street Deposits on June, 30, 1914 . . . . . . . 582,669 49
All the above was copied from the Come in and we will show you. Pierce

,herald of this picture, and while we Give ResultsOrder Electric Co. 3-69-tf > INCREASE . . . II . II. $54,91148
do not know what it al means, word
,|for word,, we know that it is good TAES, PALMS your ROSES and ONNAMENTALS and ARBORVI- TO RENT-Some very desirable mod- ; ;? The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors

;;stuff, and'have published it thinking now. Office opposite P. O.GRIFFING'S 4-26-tf ern houses. Daetwyler, .phone 563. to persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
...thatour. patrons, being more intelligent treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
''' than ourselves, will be able t !descipher a large part of it anyway, reason: MISCELLANEOUS safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
.and that it wit bring 'then to se the The Griffingt are the best and

5 show. That's why we put it on paper.A most the experienced state, and one propagatersIn or more DYNAMITING. : Clearing done land in is all our its specialty.Let branches -. t tt: Iltl: : II; :t 111.I..II.II.I.lrl.t'.i.I.C.II.II.. .IIIIIIII.I.I.l lllllllll.CIIIIIIII 'I"'I": ..
word to the wise is sufficient
of the five are always on the
us do work. Estimates
'y .,Follow the beaten rail to the Lucerne round. cheerfully given.your L. N. Lewis, 406 ,. .. ....... ... .. .... ..... . ...11111.,11"1111",1IIIII .IIIII.IIII.IIIIII.,
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+.
today.J W. H BROKAW j MIIIIIIIIIIMIIIMOmillMMIIIMttM3MtMMQmtMH8MM9flMMmntPtMjji
7-14-lmo
: S. East street.

V Henry Ford has cut prices again II 'SalesmanGrapefruit and Orange TreesForSale First class Brazing a specialty at
.and in addition offers a rebate if Warman's Repair Shop o Court St
300,000 cars are sold in 1914. It evidently 12-5-tf. .
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pays to pay his employes a till 111I1 III 11" ., "I" Rubber Stamps made to order at P'Marnmat
five dollar a day minimum wag Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf.

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By the time those big European A Sentinel want ad. carries your .

'j powers get through lambasting each _____ story to hundreds of all classes, each And RETURN From Jacksonville "
other, there won't be any question I day meeting all needs with quick re-
,; that this is the most powerful nation sults. Get the want habit today, it
'on.earth. i i r Modern BroomHouse i iii pays. Tickets on Sale August 12th, Return Limit, August 30th.For .

2 doors
i : BLOOD CIRCULATIONIs Illustrated Booklet and Full Information, Address
There are some consoling features GOOD
tin connection with'the European war. i ; west of Wyoming i necessary to life. Good newspa-
: H. C. BRETNEY L & N R. R. \
It settled the big strike in Russia, Hotel. Bar- ) per circulation makes advertisingpay. ,
quieted the English militants, and, ii Advertisers in the Sentinel
wonder: of wonders, induced leading gain. know it has the circulation. ; 134 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

American railroads to submit to ar.

bitration a threatened strike.of their NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet t* **
employes. potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000.

f BEAUTIFUL HAIR-A CLEAN A. L. Bentley, Quick Co.. Apopka delivery., Fla.Cash. Apopka 5-24-tf Plant : !! ::::I:: \ \\ \\\\\ \\\\\\ \ H+444+4- \

u 10 E AMELIA AVENUE $
COOL SCALP ; ; Who is your painter and decorator!
I
If are satisfied keep the one
you you
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= Use Parisian Sage. It makes the II.'I' have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, 38pyoro-J7U..I'ftJ
v' Hair Fluffy and Abundant. N. 636. 1-20-tf
WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES ,----,
V It is needless for you to have hair .
that is anything short of perfect AND DO ALL
KINDS OF
it is falling out, losing color, splitting

*,or if the or any scalp get drug from burns store McElroy's and a itches 50c. bottle Pharmacy immediately - OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. nnual [Excursion. They Were to

-,-of Parisian Sage-use frequentlythe !

invigorates first application the scalp removesdandruff, and beautifies August 12VIA
T the hair until it is gloriously radiant be Married SoonCame

-Parisian perfectly Sage harmless.supplies It hair contains needsis

the exact elements required to moke L H. RAMSDELL
the hair soft, wavy thick and to .
r make it grow glossy and beautiful. OPTOMETRIST Atlantic Coast line to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of
v You will surely like Parisian Sage. (Saeeesaor to Dr. 0. P. Likb) wanted their home be attractive and comfortable ,
It is one of the best and most delight- four or five rooms. They to
7= f ul hair tonics known. ORLANDO, FLORIDA I yet the amount of money which they had available for the furnishing of their

4 ._ _ :. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I I RATES FROM ORLANDO home made expensive peices prohibitive. ,
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- 4 IIiSISIIIIIiSIISIiiiIbiIIiIIII-I$4 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
. . .
Richmond, Va. 20.00
; We Will Put the Reinsof t x much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they
g
Norfolk, Va. . II. . 20.00 should
thought they want.

Success in Your Proportionate low rates from I After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doingthe

k other South Florida Points best possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their or-

der with us.This.
Hands RATES FROM JACKSON-
VILLE is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are:


How? By furnishing you witha Wilmington, N. C. . $ 12.00 pleasing.We carry an extensive stock of serviceable, attractive homefurnishings '

perfect Fertilizer. Let Winston-Salem, N. C. 11.00 grading from the lowest priced which are good, to the very best. Your'appropriation
our representative -
Hot Springs, Va. . . 18.50
for furnishing your home may be anything from $175 tOIoooor more
call on you. He will give you a Roanake, Va. . 11.11 16.25 -you can make the most"of it with us. .

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

:M your fruitORLANDO Monteagle, Tenn. . . 15.05

Mammoth Cave, Ky. 17.95 Kincaid & Snowden

Warm Springs, Va. . 9.00


r T S It rll 'Ferilllierr r Tickets sold August August 30th 12th limit Furniture oi Character at Popular Prices


.. For Tickets and Reservatiois
.' ... Orlando
Cor Main and Pine Sts. Floridat
: : PfeoMB: Office 32, Plait 31 FLORIDA Call on A. C. L. Ticket Agent or ,
J. G. KIRKLAND D.
t $ P..4

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'-,-. Wheel.base, 112 Condensed_inches; motor Specifications, 1-2x5; four cylinders,;cast 1 Rooms with bath $1.00. .

en bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission; j :

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 j week -
gallon gasoline tank, carried at rear, pressure feed; German silver it iu \

's; V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard, equipment: in .
'. 11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side : :

i tail lamps, electric horn, pump, jack, tools and tire repair outfit. lM

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4*ERMAN' FLEET BOMBARDED 1,000 AMERICANS "SHIPLESS" AT Shucks! Girls Will Be Girls. 'II 011111 'J"C.IIIII'lllllllllllllllllltIIIIIIIOIIIlla'II'IIIII -l..II"W.

BONA, LOST THREE SHIPS COPENHAGEN In a gambling raid in Cincinnati
'Paris, Aug. 5.-It is officially con- among the victims caught were two
fumed today that the ,German cruiser Copenhagen, Aug. 5. -The. American women over 70.. The choloriform j
Breslau bombarded Bona, a fortified legation here was practically in theory might apply In these cases
seaport town in Algeria. The cruiser a state of siege today. Nearly one with decided benefit to society.-Bal- : M. SLEMONS
J filed sixty shots, to which the port thousand American citizens have I timore American. .
batteries replied. Details of the fight reached this city from Hamburg, ..
are lacking. Later,the Breslau sailed whence they had intended sailing for ..
in the 'direction of Gibraltar and is America on the Imperator and other
t supposed to have been captured by liners. Most of them left their bag- FOR SALE j New Goods Arriving DailyWe

.the British fleet guarding,the straits. gage in Germany. Some of the Amer- '
It :is, 'reported from Calais that icans will endeavor to reach America
--AT A-
French torpedo boat destroyers cap- I by way of England while others will
tured,two large-German sailing ships. sail on the Danish,liner United States.

JAPAN PREPARING FOR POSSIBLE Read the advertisements daily. BARGAINThree : I

ENTANGLEMENTS I II I sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made
by John B. Stetson & Co.
Tokio, Japan, fag. 5.-Considerable -
1 activity among the vessels of.the tmiiMtMimiiiiiHMiHOTEL ten acre tracts on made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

Japanese navy followed the announce- Orlando and Kissimmee road, &)8' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towel=.
ment_ of the declaration, of war between I THE NEW GRAND only two and one half miles
Germany and Great Britain.. from the post office, Orjando. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
The light houses along the Siberian
coasts have been extinguished. Will sell one or all. The It Co. Best place in the city to trade.

price, will double when the
GERMANY SAID TO HAVE VIO4 -
LATED 'NEUTRALITY brick road is laid. Other

Paris, Aug. 5.-It- is reported from small tracts for grove pur-
First ClassRooms W. M. SLEMONSURANGE
Ifontbeliard in the department of Absolutely I poses at buying values. Also .
:Doube, that the Germans have violated -
the neutrality of,Switzerland.ANTIGERMAN with bath, hot desirable groves and city AVENUE

and cold water. property at prices that com- ,

r ; RIOTS OCCUR IN Open year round. mand attention. "' 1 J IIII 0 I I1I1 Nt".11"111111111111111111111"1,1"11 a II, 11111,111111111=1111.

ANTWERP Summer rates through
Antwerp, Holland, Aug. 5.-Seri-
.ous anti-German rioting occurred August and September. !Cooper $ Atha iilllllllliitlQIittwHitltMttttllMllillltttMMIMIflllHliliil llllllllHillti

Tiere today. An angry mob .sacked ORLANDO, FLA. : > ."II'IIII"'I'I'III""I'I'I"II'IIIIIIIIIIII'II11111'111111111 11111111'1'
'the German Cafes'and restaurants and S
114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor : I,
tori the escutecheon_from the door of 7-23-lm tI
the,German consulate. The police be- 111111111111111111111111e Phone No. 311

9ng.unable Belgian, military to check government the disorders placed, the I TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD-j j.!

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'the city under martial law and or- '
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dered the expulsion of all German Fdre a22

.residents. p DAILY BETWEEN$ COOK WITH GAS j

r BUffALO .
'GERMANY INVADES HOLLAND .
TERRITORY l.EVELAND

London, Aug. 5.-The Germans

have violated ,Dutch territory at Til- .
burg. It is reported that the Ger- 1. Convenience 6. Speed '
man troops met with resistance after -
crossing the river Meuse at Eysden, THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"
'Belgium. Length SIlO feet;hrNdth.. 981'eet.61 chee;510 fUttnwnu and pulon .-.odating 1500 puwm. 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency 1 :
| Creates in rwt lirjrr in iH pro -rirhrr in iTI ppnintitif nil ihm U7 itmrnnr oa
II inhiUwm of the world.; la ternce June liti. It
FIRST .AEROPLANE SMASH OF II Magnificent Steamon"SEEANDBEE.,of Erie".n4"City of Buffalo"
THE WAR Duly-BUFFALO'.and CLEVELAND-May it to Dec.1stj Cleanliness 80 Safety
Vienna, Aug. Acocrding to the law BUL1e ,:00 P.b1. Lew CWland . 9:00 P.H. 3.
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AimeOeMlaad 730'A.M. AimeBufclo '1:30 A.L 4Euton !
Neue Frie Presse, ,a Russian aero ( Standard Time)
:plane carrying a pilot and two Rus Connection atderelarndfof Pot-la-BuT,Toledo,Detroit aadiHpoint TMttndSonli.e.t.Railroad. 9. Perfect Regulation fi
ticket rud.iaSIlmreea BdaIe..d Oereland are|o4 tor trma portatkwo a our cteamen.Ak
sian officers was sighted on the your ticket:agent for tideta.ia Co&;B.Line. W rite M for handsome tilu Crated booklet free. 4. Simplicity .
of Heat
Russo-German frontier near Lemberg THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT'CO, Cleveland 0.
an important station of Austria-Hun

.. 5. Accessibility 10. Economy

ground and the two officers were e:
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London,,Aug. 5.-A dispatch from -_ SPACE .
Servia today says that Gen. Rad- ;
'omir Putnik,, chief of the Servian

;;general,staff, has fallen ill and that We are going to take up each of these reasons and
't' his son was wounded. a recent bat- BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS

:I* LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS explain "WHY"
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DOCKS AFTER RUN OF: 2 DAYS. Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
UNDER FORCED DRAUGHT 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc-

,: Thfladelphia Lloyd, Aug.liner 5,-Brandenberg:-The .North'German tion during that time: ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

docked here today after running for Touring Car $555.00Runabout >.

the past two ,days under forced draft 505.00F.
and without lights. The Prinz Oskar, 0. B. Orlando. All can folly equippecLFurther. c. .. :, GAS DEPARTMENTRest
of the Hamburg-American line,' also
arrived today. Both ships were a day we will be able to obtain the maximum efficient
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abort dates.
The Brandenberg sailed from JJremen -I oe,del can between the ,. s
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on.July 23 with 380 passengers And should we reach this production we agree pay
share from $41 to ail per car (on or about
the buyer
:for!Philadelphia and,885 'for Galves t' August UHS to every retail buyer who purchases. a new is not quitting the busy career; Shades of St. Pat and Gladstone. A Chicago divorce judge says that
and August 1 1915. v
stoni The Prinz Oskar sailed from Ford car between August 1. Mil
farther particular regardint thae low prices and profitiharinc Rest is the fitting of self to its! Instead of saying that King Georgeis red haired men make the best hus-
Hamburg on July 22 with 360 pas- For in hot water, would it not be bet-
plan. sN sphere; bands, and the Rochester Democratand
o sengets.It x ter to call it an Irish stew?-St Louis
is said:by the steamship companies F. d._USB, "t.f v <,:;{ : ;, ... .I Tis loving and, serving the highest Gloge Democrat Chronicle responds by saying
,that both liners would remain in ea '"2H :: ,and best! that judge didn't know anything
,this port indefinitely; ,There'are.now 'TIS onward; unswerving,'arid that istrue about the subject, because the best
twenty-three ships held i LOST-Watch fob, alligator leather husbands not of the
foreign are frequenters
up rest.
foot. Return to this office and
here and,thirty:more are 'due within I II ... './: Goethe. I reive reward. 8-5-3t re- divorce courts.t3 .
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CHECKING ACCOUNTThis London, Aug. .-It is estimated
that when England declared war on
strong'"bank is behind _any form Germany there were two thousand ; For Valuable
I of deposit you make. Its strong finan German steamships and three thou- your Papers, Jewelry
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sand German sailing ships on the i
cial foundation, its experienced officers
high seas. Englishmen feel that a Silver etc '
and its system of safeguards, makes the good inroad on these was made on; ,
the first day of the war, when more t

:: STATE BANK OF ORLANDO S[ than seized.twenty German vessels were ..; : $1O01ER YEAR AND UP .<::,.". :.

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The Morning Post today ,
: the "place to place J P proposes ..
your money. .:;
that England resume her rights of You
:: cannot afford to leave such
capturing all cargoes destined for .- ,
-
_:, DO THIS NOW .. --' hostile countries under whatever flag ':, valuables at borne when $1.00 will .
H ; the vessel may be sailing. : '.
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them :
:> :. safeguard for a year. iI i//'
While most of the papers today ':,' .
t .' counsel the courteous treatment of ':.. "', S :: .;.
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main in England, the Daily Mail ., -. .' .-
urges a vigorous application of the
SI law controlling aliens, saying: -" "
: J "There are too many Germans in
England, and unless they are kept

under close observation their presence r . ,.... . -. .. "' -. . -. ... T-TTi'1: -Tiii
may be a source of great dan- . . ," :: ''' :'''-'::' ' : .. .. . .
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of arms into Ireland; set forth .:. : :: . : .,' . ',. '-' : : : '. \:-:" .
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the illegality of trading with an enemy .. .:
; prohibit British vessels carry- ;:"/:(: t.,:\.: : \t?:?':::.. .::)!//"::::\:::::;2/ ;,':.",'..;:;'::.. \,'.,::;: /i: ::,: '..:.\::':'::\:' "'::':;:}!: :':':::") ;'//. : : > t-?::: .?:.:, :.,:, ..'
Victor Records for August ing contraband of war between for- "
: eign ports; and declare that British
r subjects contributing to a loan madeon
OPEN ALL :NIGHT WANTED TO RENT-Five six
or FOR RENT-Boarding house with
The new list for August on sale today behalf-of the German or I
goes emperor
the Phone
The City Drug Store is at your service room cottage by year. thirteen rooms; good location. Address -
and is one of the best that has been issued contracting with the German government both day and night. Prompt, 632 or 591. 8-5.3t The Magnolia, Boone street.
this year. A most attractive list of the will be guilty of high treason. dependable, courteous. tf ; 7-3Mwk

popular songs and new dance numbers, includ-
CHASED TO KEY WEST If you want your bicycle fixed ina We insure your life and loan you Eat what wantEat
Berlin's best hit "On their to Mex- you
ing Way
Key West, Fia., Aug. 6.-The hurry take it to Warman's Repair money on real estate at 6 per cent all you want.
ico/ and the Barcarolle from Tales of Hoffman Shop. 12-5-tf. interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., Take a postscript and forget it.
Sious,
Standard Oil steamer flying
.. .' Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. For sale by all druggists.
reo rded.tor'. dancing. To hear them is the German flag, which left Tampico .. 325d&wtfThe l-7-d&w.lyr
to buy them. July 30 with a cargo of oil for Euro KEEP AHEADOf
si pean ports, put into this port today. your neighbor by reading the shippers of Pensacola have already WOOD, COAL AND ICE
,.' W. S. BRANCH., Her captain said he had made a Sentinel: every morning and getting begun to feel the effects of the -
forced run of several hours to escapea all the news first. war in Europe as the rates for insure
Y British warship patrolling the Gulf the Wood, $1.50 a strand np. Hand's *
Tie Arcak leek ni lISle Store ing cargoes are practically pro.
of Mexico. Read the advertisements daily. hibitive. Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf


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: best that the market affords. Now is the time to get your supply for School Dresses; the school time wil

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