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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: August 8, 1914
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Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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.: 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.


4 VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1914. NUMBER 151.



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!FRENCH ARMY IS RUSHING TO DELANO[ ARECONFIRMED [ BEGINNING AT Only President-, His Daughtersand
MASS FORMATIONS OF GERMANS CITY LIMITS

v AID IN DEFENSE OF LIEGE, RESULTED IN TER- Will Mrs."Tilson's Accompany Brother Bodyto

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(1 RIBLE SLAUGHTER [ Fifty Car Loads of Brick Are Georgia

Battle Still Rages With Terrible Vengeance and the Thousands of Now on Way and Council -

Q Dead and Wounded Lay Unattended on the Field. Liege Was Not, Expected to Ordered Payment for Washington, Aug. 7.-(Special.)-

Y k' Trains Filled With Belgian, Wounded Arriveat Offer Serious Difficulties to Washington, Aug. 7. (Special.)- 350,000 Already Here I The body of Mrs. Woodrow Wilson

Brussels and Report Belgians 4 Germans and French Are The senate this evening confirmedPaul lay in state today in the room over-

O Still in Good Spirits Greatly EncouragedLondon M. Warburg, of New York, and It was learned yesterday that no looking the Potomac, in which she
'l less than fifty car loads of brick are passed away yesterday. Banks of
Frederick A. Delano, of Chicago, as floral
It is I Aug. 7.-111e correspondent en route to Orlando for the street offerings are overflowing into
Brussels, Aug. 7.-(Special.)- officially announced that members of the federal reserve board. the adjoining
:the Germans have asked for twenty-four hours armistice at' of the Daily News at Brussels paving. Up to July 31st the Cope- rooms.

Liege. sends this dispatch dated last night: land-Inglis company, of Birmingham, The funeral services will be held
Twenty-five thousand Germans, out of a total force of 80,000 "All the forts surrounding Liegeare i WILSON'S OFFER OF MEDIATION had shipped 349,150 brick for the in,the East Room of the White House
.
operating about Liege, have fallen in the three days continuous intact. A Belgian airman thus I RECEIVED street paving and yesterday the 'city Monday: at 2 o'clock and will be mod-
r fighting.. describes the German attack on council ordered that warrant be eled after those held over Mrs. Ben-
Washington, Aug. 7.-Receipt of
jamin
The Germans were drivep back again today after three, desperate Liege: drawn in payment for same as soon Harrison in the same room.
President Wilson's offer of good of-
as all the July shipments had arrived Rev. Sylvester Beach
charges. 'After a terrible cannonade the of Princeton,
The 'furious fighting continues and the dead and wounded are German infantry approached en fices has been acknowledged by some and been checked up. The bill was and Rev. James J. Taylor, pastor of
lying unattended on the battlefield. masse and reached the glacis of the of the warring nations in Europe but $9,582.64, from which the freight, the president's Washington, church,

o It is beVeved the Germans want an armistice to relieve the forts, where the heavy defensive ; none thing of in the the responses nature of constitute a reply. Officials any-- i!' be amounting deducted.In to. nearly $200 a car, will will conduct the simple ceremony.-

wounded and bury the dead. The request has been laid before guns were unable to reach them. Gen- do not know whether it has i At 4:30 the body will be taken by
:King, Albert.. He :must consider in deciding whether Germany eral Leman sent artillery to a point been received in Germany. i sending their statement the special train to Rome, Ga., where it
will take advantage of the twenty-four hours delay to bring up where the invading infantry could be The from the Russian for- Copeland-Inglis company said that all will be laid to rest by the side of
response
I brick had been inspected
reinforcements. shelled and the Germans shipped carefully Mrs. Wilson's
were swept : parents.
eign office said the proposal had not
,f-. News has been received here that the French army has entered from their position. This occurred ; been brought to the attention of Em- and were of the best, coming The White House services will be

j elg um and,is advancing toward Liege to support the Belgians. several times during, the day and peror Nicholas because he was mov- thoroughly also said up to specifications. They of a private nature. Only the family,
that
they to
prepared
Trains filled, with wounded and'fugitive non-combatants are night. t* :ing about the country directing prep. I were relatives, the closest friends, repre-
do rush
a job in Orlando and would
arriving here: hourly from Liege and neighboring. towns along the "A patrol of Uhlans performed a arations. What others had acknowledged complete all the at the sentatives of foreign governments,

"1 ,battle line. _, _ remarkable ,exploit by riding into the the-American proffer,.was not paving ear- the vice-president and Mrs. Marshall,
Eye witnesses of the fighting say the Belgians were in the best town. Belgian officers recognized : disclosed. liest>possible Commissoiner momentaStreet the speaker and Mrs. Clark, membersof

:of spirits when ,the trains left Liege. them as Germans and a desperate S. A. Johnson the cabinet and their wives, and
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l said that if the weather did not interfere -
J" fight ensued. PARIS TO HAVRE BY BOAT the members of the special house and
the first brick would be laid
f SERVIA WILL MAKE WAR ON BULGARIA I "Red Cross automobiles arriving : senate committees will attend.
The rains of the last
Monday.
Nish Servia Aug. 7Special.Bands: ( ) of Bulgarian volun- ,,at Brussels report that the ground be- ; dayor
Paris, Aug. 7.-A steamboat which two have prevented the curbing Only the president and his daughters
Jeers forming along the southwest frontier to take the fore the forts is covered with dead
are placesof ,
has been chartered to carry Ameri- setting, but when a good start is Professor Stockton Axsen,
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the Austrian' troops withdrawn to the Russian border, according and wounded Germans. cans to Havre because of lack of train made Curbing Contractor Hamilton brother of Mrs. Wilson, will accom-

to,a semi-official report. I All reports of the fighting at Liege facilities, left Paris yesterday. Thereare Johnson will get a good start on the pany the funeral party to Georgia.The .
Alexander announced that Servia's insatiable and agree that the German infantry advanced -
Prince
today seventy-five Americans aboa'rdand pavers and there will be no' delay'in president requested the congres-
greatest sworn enemy, Bulgaria, would/IOQ attacked even if Servia I in masses holding to absolutely -I they are well provided with food, laying brick on account of the curb- sional committee not to accompanythe
order. This resulted in :
close
should accept Austria's demands. i steamer rugs and most of their bag. ing. cortege. '

!7 / .... I heavy casualties. t't'I gage. The boat will arrive in Havreon Flags on all government.buildingsare
i Mail's Paris correspondent
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MINE DESTROYED BRITISH TANK STEAMER
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SHIPPERS THROUGH ENCBd.I'GE add tote
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,Antwerp, Aug.Special.The( British tank steamship]][l names three Belgian fortresses,J! -4 GET REBATE toll bells as lilrs. 'Wilson is carried -
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& W8fettfoy ra&a & 5na ftsntourg to TCew flrfeans 'L/tfge; "Ramar and Zferr. as seeoudg -
&> $ $ was destroyed out of the White House to the
I likely to hold proud place in the his j precious days before the first two of
by a mine off Cuxhaven, Germany, according to a report of forts fell before the Tampa, Fla., Aug. 7.-A refund of waiting cortege which will bear her
its con-
of the present war because they ring
received here.BRITISH ; held 'j one and a half cents to the growers, to the union station.
,, back the head of the advancing centrated attack of the German I
1 i I on each box of fruit handled by the .
STEAMER STItUCK MINE AND WAS BEACHED German hosts and gave the French :I army. Florida Citrus Exchange last year,I DADE COUNTY TO AID IN CAMPAIGN -
time to make up for the thirty j| This partial success against forti-
7. After striking mine the army was decided .by the board of directors I AGAINST CANKER
Constantinople, Aug. -(Special.)- a hours disadvantage in mobilization i,,:fications thirty years old was: gained upon I
British steamship Craigsforth was beached near here today. of the exchange yesterday, -
which they suffered through Ger-i j by the Germans light siege artillery.The
r and will be paid February 1. This Miami, Fla., Aug. 7.-The
many's earlier preparations. !I[ Belgians, falling back on Liege, county
refund is in accord with the ex.
GERMAN STEAMER SIGHTED It was never expected that Liege still resisted stoutly. commissioners at their adjourned
A WKOft BATtALION Of f fI FRENCH WARSHIPS OFF would offer serious resistance, says The Belgian success has mightily change's policy of reimbursing the meeting voted to give one thousand
whatever cash remainsin
with
French who growers dollars toward' fight on citrus dis-
FLORIDA COAST the correspondent, yet already it has encouraged the are now
stemmed the German onset for two more than ever certain of victory. the funds raised by assessment at eases in this county, provided an organization
GERMANS KIII.ED [ Havana Cuba, Aug. 7.-The captain the end of the year and will be paid county wide in its scopeof

I of the German steamer Bavaria, 'unless a catastrophe occurs. activity, is formed to disburse the
:which arrived here late yesterday, reports The exchange is planning to develop money.

BY BELGIAN MINE AND 1200 meeting on Tuesday night off ARRANlA SENDSULTIMATUM[ AND the markets in the Northwest, Members were unanimous' in the

WOUNDED IN ,NIGHT the Florida coast the French war- where the Florida grapefruit and or- belief that they would not be justifiedin
ships Conde and Descartes, and the I ange have not been pushed before, donating money to be spent in any
,
.ATTACK ON LIEGE transport Garonne, which recentlyleft and think it will be a profitable field. part of the county for this purpose,

Havana for'Toulon. When the REIGN OFTERROR[ R FEARED[ [ IN MEXICOWILL [ Magazine and newspaper advertisingis but could give it to an association
Dispatch From Liege Says Nota Bavaria sighted the French boats the to be employed to increase the de- whose executive committee would

Single Fort Has Fallen captain of the steamer ordered all mand for Florida citrus fruits. For have the power to decide on the locality

Into the Hands of the lights extinguished, to avoid capture. I advertising a two cent assessment most in need of aid.
PUT INTO EFFECT THE DECREE' OF 1862 WHICH I'per box is contemplated. The money could then be divertedto
German Invaders !
BRITISH WARSHIPS ESCORT THE MEANS WHOLESALE ,EXECUTIONS IF CARBAJAL that section of the county where a
CEDRIC INTO HALIFAX BASEBALL RESULTS citrus disease was presumed to be
Liege, Belgium, Aug. 6.-(Via Lon' RESISTS CONSTITUTIONALISTSU. prevalent, and the same purpose

don, Aug. 7.)-The tenth German Halifax, N. S., Aug. 7.-The Brit- Federal League served as though the board gave directly

army corps.Liege, reinforced last night by They cavalry crosseda attacked ish Star cruiser Line Essex steamer escorted Cedric the into White the S. flEET II t HI BE WI1HDRAWN fROM MFXICAN WATERS Pittsburg 1, St. Louis 2. to the affected locality.

zone which had hen mined and the harbor here late yesterday. Warshipand National League WOMAN KILLS DEFENDANT IN

mines being exploded by the Belgiansa liner anchored in the inner harbor Reports From Northern Mexico Indicate That Villa Is Preparingto Brooklyn 3, St. Louis 0. COURT ROOM
whole battalion of the,Germans was alongside the Cunarder :Mauretania. ,Boston 1, Pittsburg 5.
Constitutionalists Claim -
killed while 1,200, wounded were Make Important Moves- Philadelphia 2, Cincinnati 0.New .
Pensacola, Aug. 7.SpeciaLWhen )
Their Troops Are Within Twenty Milesof York 8, Chicago 4. -
picked up. J. Leroy Brown agreed to mar-
Not a single fort has fallen.'' into GERMAN STEAMER CAPTUREDIN :Mexico City American League ry Vivian McGowan, aged 15, to stop
the?hands of the Germans. Several CANADIAN WATERS ... Cleveland 0, Philadelphia 4. court proceedings instituted by the

German howitzers have been placed Washington, Aug. 7.-(SpeciaL r )-Constitutionalist Chief Car- Chicago 2, Washington 0. girl, Mrs. Florence McGowan, of Mobile
Quebec, Canada, Aug. 7.Reports Detroit 3 Boston 1.
,
positon near Herve and large Germans ranza has notified Provisional President Carbajal of Mexico thatif mother of the girl, in the pres-
from Rimouski, Que., on the York 4.
today St. Louis 3, New
are lying in wait, on the he.dares defend Mexico.City with troops the constitutionalistswill ence of the court officials today drew
the
river
lower St. Lawrence were to
other side, of the frontier. An attack put the decree of 1862 into immediate execution. I Southern League her revolver from her hand bag and
on'the village' of Cornesse was ,repulsed effect that German steamer was The. decree of 1862 was that which covered the execution of : Birmingham 15, News Orleans 2. killed him.
by the Belgians being held at that place as a,prize Emperor Maximillian, and many other executions and persecu- Atlanta 5, Chattanooga 5. Ten innings At the conclusion of the preliminarytrial

Six Germans pretending' to be English CHAXGE'AT' WESTERN UNION ,tions. ; darbufcs. of Brown, Mrs. McGowan arose,

made their way to o ,the, gover I OFFICE ,Carranza's threat is carried out a reign of terror will be inaugurated Mobile-Montgomery; rain. and saying, "You marry my daughter
nor's office this morning. They were in Mexico. South Atlantic League That's adding insult to injury," t

kikFRENCH I I Mr. W. G. Empie will assume'the Carranza's' telegram Carbajal, was intercepted at' Vera Cruz Jacksonville 6-1, Augusta 12. and fired three shots.

e management, of the- '-local. 'Western, and sent to this government today. Nothing was given out as to I i Columbus 3, Charleston 0.
; MINE., LAYER :TAKES- Unionoffice: today,*and will be succeeded how this government would meet Carranza's threat. I Albany 3, Columbia 0. LEYLAND LINER CANCELS SAILING -

GERMAN MERCHANTMAN' as night;operator,by Mr.. J,:W.Dickins .. :Jt is'certain_; however, that,the plans for withdrawing all the I Savannah-Macon; wet grounds.
,of Waywoee.' ',The ,pree tIE American.fleet from Mexican:waters,will.be halted.

Cherbourg, France; ,via.; ,London,' geIiii Myrtie Hard, '!ill : Repeated reports from northern Mexico indicate that important THE WEATHER London, Aug. 7.-The Leyland Line

Aup: ,7.:The, ,Preach mfee layer,P* eriy sent vnfc IMF kc, old moves Bay,be;expected from;Villa within a few days. steamer Caledonian, which was to '

I: ton captured and,brought here a_Ger- in ,,..Mfctiflo., .'ew'e' abc win ,*The-constitutionalist:agency:here: say their troops are within Florida: Local showers Saturday have sailed for New York Saturday,
: t .J of Mexico r and probably Sunday.' has cancelled her sailing.
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FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
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THEGOVERNOR[ [ R [ College of Arts and Sciences;Normal School;
School of Music; School of Expression:
r School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts:
....... School: Modern Gymnasium with swimmingpool Law; Engineering: Agriculture; Teachers
; basket ball and tennis courts new and College; Experiment Station; Extension Di-
modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormitories vision; Graduate School Ten new brick buildings
FOUR, MILLS MORE THAN IN VIOLATION OF THE NEU- have all modern conveniences; new besides gymnasium swimming pool and
dining room and kitchen most hygienic in many subsidiary buildings. SI officers, instructors TODAY
ENOUGH, PAY PENSIONS TRALITY PROCLAMATION Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 counties and assistants. S54 young men
and 12 states last session. 41 Florida counties and 24 States and
GRANTED OF UNITED STATES TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last session.
School Borrd and entrance fees for the TUITION FREE, Board and Entrance Fees
rear $124.00. For catalogue write $132.50 per year. Write today for catalogueA.
Good Balance Now in Fund and Messages Sent From Station on EDWARD CONRADL President A. MURPHREE, President Don't, Forget-You can win the Automo-

1, Reduction to'Two and One. Long Island and :Manager -
bile and the $5.00 Gold Piece.
.Half Mills- Is the Says He Had No Orders l

Order Not to Send Them

'J John B. Stetson Unjversj'ty
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n Tallahassee, Fla, Aug. 6.-Governor New York, Aug..-Although President DeMoyer"This

'Park'Trammell has issued an executive Wilson has issued an order pro- LINCOLN BULLEY, Ph.D., UII.D., LI.D., President
order in pursuance of law reducing hibiting wireless stations in the is positively the last appearance of this great

the state tax levy for pensionsfor United States from transmitting messages DeLAND, FLORIDATHE favorite in this city. You should not let anything in-

the year 1914, from four mills on of an unusual nature, the At- COLLEGE GRADUATE DEPARTMENT
the dollar to two and one-half: mills lantic Communication company's powerful Courses leading to the degrees of Master of OF Arts ARTS and AND Sciences.SCIEXCES- terfere with your seeing this expensive and attractiveact.
THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR
J ,on the dollar. tower at.Sayville, L. I., today for admission. Twentj.one departments MEX-16 in all Carnegie units required .

The order made by' Governor Tram- sent several messages in code to Ger- THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR WOMEX-A woman dean separate
dormitories for women and a separate
gymnasium. 16 Carnegie units.
well ,is as follows: man warships lying off the coast. THE COLLEGE OF LAW Coarse: leading to the LL. B. degree. Graduates ad-
These to Ger- mitted to practice in Florida without examination.
messages, according a "Redskins
and'Renegades"A
"Whereas, section 12 of chapter
THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING-Courses in Civil. Mechanical. Electricaland
6425, laws of Florida, approved. June man employe of the company, were Chemical engineering leading to degrees.
received from the cable offices of the THE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS-Especially for Florida teachers, strong normal -
Fine Kalem Feature in Two
'I, 19J3, provides that: courses and special teachers' courses. Special Parts. One
Postal Telegraph company and the THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Besides Banking, Book-keeping, Accounting,
'There shall annually be assessed
Western Union Telegram company in Shorthand Typewriting, courses in History, Law Economics and Finance. Exciting Drama."Seraphina's.
cod collected a tax of four ((4))' mills THE ACADEMY-Sixteen units for graduation. Prepares for Harvard, Yale.
this city. Others were received froma Princeton. Chicago and all high grade colleges.
dollar on all property liable to
per person in New York, it was said. THE SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS-For boys and young men desiring
assessments which shall constitute a manual training, mechanical drawing, ic.
fund for the payment of pensioners, Some of the messages were received THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC-Separate* teachers for piano, pipe organ, violin voice Love Affair"An
at,the Sayville station yester- harmony and chorus work.
the proceeds of which shall be applied THE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS-Free hand and life drawing. Painting in oil,
-no the ,payment of pensions.' day afternoon and some during the Pastel and water color. Edison Comedy. They never fail to bring a laugh.
early evening. During the night and
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chapter 6424 of the laws of Florida -
ted.The 1. The Preliminary Course in Aricalture-Botany, Biology, Organic and In- "The Uneven Balance"An
provides that: manager of the company, a organic Chemistry, qualitative and qualitative analysis. Agricultural chemistry -
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Mineralogy Geology
.a The governor of the state may member of the naval reserve of Germany -I 2. The Pre-Medical Cenr.-Physiology Biology Anatomy, Histology, Bacteriology Drama.
and he is hereby empowered to reduce said he had read in the news- Zoology, Botany, General Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Qualita- Essanay

the'millage authorized to be as.ssed papers that President Wilson had issued tive and Quantitative Chemistry. ,
3. The Course for Religeous Workers-In Bibical Literature History English.
,.and collected under the provisions .an order in regard to the trans- PedagOgy Ethics, Logic and Theism.
The Best Balanced in the
'.'" of this act, when. in his judgment mission and receiving of messages Program City

,,the amount so assessed will be but that he had no official notifica-
KEEP YOUR EYE ON US.
Acre than the amount required to I tion.

pay the pensions' authorized by this l WE'RE DOING THINGS

CONWAY NEWS

'..\<"And, whereas, from information I Conway, Fla.., Aug. 6.-The sudden

officially received by me, it appears I I and tragic death of Walter Scott wasa NeYoaliffRerli$5.$ 00CLYDE TUESDAY, "PAULINE" nuf sed.
that there is at present .in the fund j great shock to this community. He r
cheated by ,the tax, levied and col- I had spent most of the years of his

iJeted for the payment of pensioners life here attending the school, and
DOUBLE ,COUPON DAY
avery considerable balance, and that I I even after his family moved away he

the total assessed valuation of prop- I returned and resided with relatives. .
DOUBLE COUPONS WILL BE GIVEN TO THOSE AT.
city in the state subject to taxation He was employed at the Beck &
I I LINE
hVs been increased for the year 1914 Payne saw mill on James lake for TENDING TO-DAY'S SHOW.

offer the aggregate valuations assfesed I several months. His'funeral was "

'for.former years, with the re- largely attended and he was interred
grit that an assessment and collec- II in the family lot in Conway ceme- Only Direct Line From JacksonvilleFare

tin of four mills per: dollar will produce tery. He was a very kind hearted ORCHESTRA6c

in the pension fund an amount young man and well liked by all who

grater than.will be required to pay knew him.
the pensioners of the state of'Florida A very large real estate deal has Includes Meals and Stateroom Accommodations

raider the provisions of the said chap- just been made by Mr.: Atha, of the lOc
'
'
tef,6424.of the laws of Florida. Cooper & Atha agency in Orlando.It Tickets on Sale Until September 30th,

"Now, therefore, I, Park Trammell, consists ofa'fine orange grove of
and Good
Returning From New York
.
governor of the state of'Fonda, act- twenty acres or more, a residence up

ing under and by virtue of the authority lately fitted up and some fine timber to and Including October 31st. Ships -

't. vested in me, by the aforementioned I land, located on beautiful Lake Har- Scheduled to Sail Tuesdays, Thursdays .
section::15 of chapter 6424 his. We have not learned the name
Saturdays at 2:00 P. M.
of|the laws of Florida, after careful of the purchaser, but understood it : .
.
consideration of the information received brought twenty thousand dollars.
by-''me, do hereby order a redliction Mr. and Mrs. Martin, of Monte- For Further Particulars Apply to

of' the tax assessment and verde, were visitors in Conway for a R lU S ll[ [ Winter rar

levy authorized by,section 12 of chap-I few days. H. G. WENZEL Fla. Pass. Agent ,

ter..,6424, laws, of Florida, from four Mr. T. M. Arnold has sold five ,
(4)mills:, on the dollar, as by the law, acres of his fine trucking land to Oldest College and Most Beautiful Grounds in Florida
'
is provided, to two and one-half Mr. L. Wuller. The latter will also JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
College, Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic
(21-2)t' ) mills on the dollar for theyear take_ up a homestead of forty acres and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Course.

1914., on Little creek. Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection

'tAnd, I do. hereby order that..tax Mr. Wilson, who recently purchased fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dollar -
assessors of the ,various counties of the grove property formerly endowment. Three teachers of music $5,000
I owned by :Mr. Hammond, of Orlando, '111111111111111111111111 .IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII t4ttt+t organ,
,Fonda levy and assess a tax of two: 1111.1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 tJ a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new
and one-half (21-2)) mills on the real is building a fine residence frontingon rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New
the brick road in and
prospect
and: personal property''of their .re ., chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every
the Gill home.A
opposite
'spective.counties' for the year 1914 just modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water.
meeting of the W. C. T. U. w1'llbe
the fund
which shall be paid into provided Preparation for engineering course.
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
by law for the payment of pensioners G. W. Crawford this afternoon.Mr. Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football,
.. ,of the state of Florida. Christian but undenominational moderate.
; expenses
: Walter P. Hill has come home
,t Bone and ordered at Tallahassee, Scholarships available. For catalogue address
from Tampa quite ill. We hope he
the 'capital, this 31st day of July,
will soon recuperate with change and
1914 WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN
rest and a good home visit. He has ,
"PARK TRAMMELL, Governor.
been employed for some time in a
Ph D, LL D. President,
,
"By the governor, attest: H. Clay bonded warehouse and also in the M ,

} Crawford, secretary of state." customs house. .111111111.1111111111111111111111111.,11111'.11..
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Little Miss Joyce Prince has been
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GERMANS KILL SEVENTEEN visiting for some time at The Cedars. F

ALSATIANS She accompanied her aunt Mrs. Hill,

on a little visit to her home in Tampaa 'IHIIIIIIIIIIIMMMMtfttMmMllieHtmiflMBBttOI" Y

Paris, Aug. 5.-An official announcement short time ago,but she liked Con-'

today says that seven- way and was pleased to return and

teen ,Alsatians while endeavoring to extend her visit Later she expectsto THE MARKETOf

,cross into France were captured by go with her mother to Michiganfor
the Germans and summarily shot. an outing. tic $

Of Cleanliness QualityFRESH
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JW.J1JJ. FISH AND GAME .
"The 'Best Sewing Machine on Earth Today."

Kept under the best sanitary conditions. -j
IF YOU NEED A NEW SEWING MACHINE YOU

SHOULD IN JUSTICE TO YOURSELF GIVE Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh 1

Victor Records for AugustThe : and pure Z
THE FREE
We invite Inspection and guarantee satisfaction We have 1

new list for, August goes on sale today A Trial in Your Own Home everything in the Meat Line. i

and is one of the best that has been issued AND '6f

:this year. A most at tractive list of -the When you know what we know about Sewing Machines

'popular songs and 'new dance numbers, including -' ' The PARLOR MAmrj
best hit 'On their to Mex THE FREE
: Berlin, Way:
'ico/1 and' ,the Barcarolle from Tales of Hoffman Will Be Absolutely Your Choice as It Is Ours.
I
recorded, 'for dancing. To. hear them is GET YOURS Now, To-day. H. M Self & Co.

, to buy ,the*.: I
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t'THE"-t" DAILY TELLING THE LADIES HOW TO THE SAME HERE CITRUS EXCHANGE WILL t'
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< VOTE VERTISE FLORIDA ORANGE 1 . , '. .
Fferife ,SeitiielMORNINC
Sort '
St Petersburg gets the war news'i
I -
AND'WEEKLY while it is news. The, Independent's
The duty devolving upon newspa- Believing that the foreign
3o81AR.uRI. $., Editor. ad Owner. telegraph service furnishes the latest :
of the how to vote
I pers telling ladies will produce, a favorable effect
'Entered at 'the"pwitcffjce &t Orlando, Floriu.'M -,! has not struck Florida as yet, but accurate information from the seat 1 I the prices for the citrus fruit
: Second Qu* Mil Matter of war and gives the news while it is
_;; :
in Kansas the take the
out
papers I i the Florida Citrus Exchange will :
fresh. The International News
SUBSCRIPTION RATES I task right seriously. Here is the way service, i j|I gin a campaign of education :
h Daily.1,Tear'..........................$$.00 i the Smith Center Journal did it, particular I in a big war like this, is the best news I I! the people of the in
I Daily t Month ...:................... 2.50 I gathering service in the country. It' country
Daily ,S ,Months. .........,,........,.. L25 attention being called to the ; the superior qualities of Florida :
Davy 1, Month ....................... ,.60 remarkable statement that "This has the best trained men who know,::
paper by aggressive advertising. :
.
I .... how and
to is about
get news, usually
** does know of ,
not a, man or woman :
rT .-Weekly.. 1 Year ........................ LOO on ticket that is not worthy iof i i 12 hours ahead of any other service. The directors of the exchange :
.Weekly Montba ,..,,...,............ .?iTO any i The Independent will have additional optimistic as to business :
I
'k the support of the good men and
in the immediate
!' future. While
women of Smith who would ,service during the ,great struggle in'
county, or j ,
realize that in :
certain
lines
ADVERTISERS: there
Europe, and will keep its readers
not make a good official if nominated i
ibe
posted as to the exact state of affairs.St. temporary disturbance, they :
Copy fer display .and all ether handset and elected: I that in
the end the
c i jlieve war :
'adrertbinr aut ke landed in at the bunneii Petersburg Independent j
tile .f the Sentinel net later than 2 p. IB. "To the Ladies: The primary next This is also the Star's service, and j' tion across the waters will react
,the day before publiat n. ThU rale applies Tuesday is your primary election as I the good of the United States :
to..chances for contract adrertisinf; it U it suits the Star and its readers bet- !
Invariable and will be strictly,adhered to.- much as it is the men's primary elec- ter than any other.-Ocala Star. Florida in particular. The :

ion. It will be, necessary to go to I i I the exchange sent out to growers :

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discon- the polls and cast your ballot for the I |I filiated with their organization
tinued should notify the office in writing en best men and women offered in orderto WEDDING ANNIVERSARY OF MR. !! south Florida this week :
the date of expiration,' otherwise it wQl be AND MRS. W. C. GREEN a I
continued at, the regular subscription rates, nominate a ticket that can be and tion i in which the present :
'' antS notice to atop is received' should be elected at the general election -
was thoroughly analyzed. It
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Green, who for : ,
in November. This will be the f shown that there is no need for ,-
many years lived near Drennen sta-
SATURDAY, AUGUST 8. 19U. first vote of any kind. for a great feeling of pessimism in this :
t tion, have a large number of friendsin isn't
it?
Well!
many women and a great deal of we will be seasonable
this city, and all will be interestedin .
War will destroy Europe's, crop of cheap joking has been tolerated in I a letter recently received from t DIFFERENCE IN TIME you some very; special values on Articles
connection with it. These jokes are
I
boys.Florida's' Mrs. Green, in which she mentions during this warm weather-The
drops
not to be taken seriously. Simply
o go reading the account of the dinner The Ocala Banner has figured
to.the; polls and ask for the party : should lower the temperature !
.summer climate is so fine party given for Mr. and Mrs. J. B. that when it is noon in this some
ticket wish-there will be five .
we came'near forgetting all about it. you Lawton on their thirtieth wedding Florida it is in-
from which to make selection,
o' your anniversary, and tells of a pretty Paris, 5:30 p. m.
and besides one of these the judge ] Dresden Ribbons
.
t which marked their i London 5:21 :
Carranza Villa | party thirty- p. m.
and
are indisposedto will hand a non-partisan judicial
you
give up all the front page to Europe allot The instructions are printedat I fourth wedding day. Mr. and Mrs. St. Petersburg, 7:24 p. m. : yards of some of the newest effects and
Green are now living in San Jose, Vienna, 6:29 p. m. ;
and have broke loose again. I
the top of each of these tickets. colorings shown this
.i
i Cal., but on their anniversary, which Belgrade, 6:30 p. m. : season-many
o If wish to be an elector without patterns slated for
you
I use during the
I,:fell on Saint Patrick's Day, they were Tokio, midnight. : coming
Tears,do_ not accompany a baby's affiliating with any political party, kvited to Oakland, where friends had I Hongkong, 12:37 a. m. : Regular Values, 25, 35 and 40c. Saturday

cries until it is three months old, but just ask for a blank ballot and make : arranged a surprise for them. The Rome, 6:14 p. m. _____________________. ._____________ .
,the ,squall is there from the begin- up a set of candidates to suit yourself I :
home where they were entertainedwas Berlin, 6:12 p. m. ;
being careful to not write in the I
nng : decorated in green, and a huge Athens, 6:58 p. m. : 19 -
; 0 name of any candidate whose name is : cents
.. k dully ball of red geraniums was suspendedfrom San Francisco, 8:29 a. m.
printed.on another ballot. The
we may record that the cere- the ceiling of the drawing room,
,bubonic plague scare in New Orleans mony is simple and easy. The judge where the "bride and groom" stood Crepe de Chine
has'subsided.in the face of, has no right to ask your name unlesshe EXPERIENCED Automobile
Europeanwar while a friend read a mock service. Can drive any make of car.
: .news. believes you are less than 21, in The. "bride" wore a gown of grey work by hour or day. ML'dure-36 inches wide-light, dainty
which event he would.mean it and it
rates. James McClellan, 103
o- messaline (her real wedding dress
becoming for
would be taken of Orlando. summer dresses-in
as a compliment son ave.,
Wall street Morgan advises the having been grey satin), and the wed-
course.. The party ticket you vote at of Pink, Sky, Lavender, Old Rose, White
people to "keep.their. heads." Thank ding march was played as the couple
the primary has nothing to do with and Black-Regular value 60c, Sat .
your! Glad you will allow us ,to keep entered. After the "ceremony" con-

something.'Clothing'is. the way you vote at the general elec- gratulations were received, and later night .__________________________
tion. On the general election ballot
o the guests at the affair played "five
there is no* of voting 43 cents '
way a straight "
McCUllOCU'S
hundred. The pleasant evening was
.
declared by Great Britain -
ticket to be
f. party so sure vote
your .
contraband ol concluded by a delicious supper, for
r ,to be war, but that will be marked t
it
properly so can be
need not' society ladies 'traveling which the table decorations were suggestive 45 Inch Colored Linen
worry counted, just as well ask for a party
abroad. ticket and make the mark for of the day. Store
your Department
ideal quality for seperate Skirts, Dusters
""" choice ,
0 This paper does not knowof
Eat what you want. School Dresses etc. will
Among the prominent, Southerners a man or woman on any ticket Eat all you want. swear, like

marooned in Paris is Senator Fletcher that is not worthy of the support of Take a postscript and forget It. -all pure flax-in Blue Copen. Lavender,

of Florida and Mistah Jack. John- the good men and women of Smith For sale by all druggists.l7d&wlyrMtiiMiiiiimiiiiiiit Jelly Tumblers : Natural and Oyster White-60c is the reg-

:sing of Texas. county, or who would not make a Saturday night ___________________
oJ'this'wu good; official if nominated and elected.It .

is your duty to help with the selection i Fruit Jars : 39 cents
_ ; lasts hundred. years, of the and who ---._-- - .. .
E like one European war, many,a telegraph men women HOURIHAN .t'J
< T. F.
are to be the candidates, so don't
editor:will get disgusted and
start in the first campaign of the primary allkindsPreseing
=' Ruchings r
quit before the- blamed thing is over. Licensed Plumber and
by shirking your duty.
o Sanitary Engineer
o our stock of Ruchings in Nets, Lace and
The rubber trust gets another Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
Twelve school will j jr in White
boost A noted surgeon says ,he*believes new buildings Promptly Attended to. eUles. Cream and Colors-Regular

V it:will soon be possible to patch be> built in Dade county this summerat PHONE 629 ,'25, 35, 50 and 65c-Saturday night __'___
a total cost of about $200,000.
the internal organs of man with rub
: ber. Eight of these will be in the Miami 106 Court Street Half price

3 district and these will cost about .

' p o-- 115000.; Fort Lauderdale and Lemon i ORLANDO, FLORIDA 20 S. Orange Avenue.
.
:. In Nebraska going
they are to try City will also. have splendid build- 4allmiiiMIIMMIiMMIMIHIi Handkerchief Tissue
the experiment of' voting ,by mail. ings. MIIIIIIIIIIIIHHiTHERMOS

Been doing that a long time in Flor-
of the daintiest Dress Fabrics shown
ida, and the suffragettes are kicking
,; about it.. '- ,1111111111111111111.111111.111111111111111111111.1111IIII II lllll light and airy in Texture-beautiful

osema'is J. BOTTLES j : and colorings-a large assortment to

determined not to be overlooked from-Our SPECIAL price for these goods

.and declares :war on Bulgaria. I' broken bottles 25 cents, Yours Saturday night for ______
J The, Bulgars should remember what !: Factory shipment just received. We refill :

.Servia'did to them during the Balkan II. 17 cents

war. and be good.Traces I'. McELROY'S PHARMACY :

o : :' Give us a Trial. Quick Delivery. in Drugs. PHONE 20. TrY our Ice Cream. : I
of light have been detected ,
k at a depth of 3,000 feet in the ocean. till 111I1 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 III Hill Mil IIIMIM I Illlll. Shirts For Men

,But,nobody will go down there to read
:when they can get the latest news !,. '
: Verp EXTRA SPECIAL in Men's Shirts
I
,out of the Sentinel right in their I

r ; t3 ''homes You KNOW we have an enviable rep-

; 0I for Shirt values-You KNOW
t
If you think you could carry your our assortment is positively unrival

I fruit 'across the continent and compete I in its Completeness. You KNOW that

- with a fruit store that.raised its 'I ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES : voice the latest Styles and Effects al-
fruit in the back yard, just go ahead
and'boost for Florida exhibit at the II Commencement Day-an, important event in the as soon as they are shown in New

k.,; San\.Francisco fair.' I: lives of young people should receive some fitting mark ',. But you did not KNOW until now

o :: -, of appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the w? will put on sale all day Saturday,

Those newspapers. ,sq fond of predicting . occasion What could be more fitting than a gift of '; $1.00 and $1.25 Shirt in the Store

,that "this will be 'the..lastII Jewelry? .
Will .".T. ." ." _________________________________
,great war" find themselves guiltyof "

plagiarism by glancing 'over. the ._ :DIAMONDS AND WATCHES 83
cents
)u newspapers of forty and fifty years
i ago, during,the! Franco-Prussian and We direct the attention of relatives and friends to

.the. civil war.. the many,pretty and ratable Gifts to be had at this : COME EARLY
n store. From the most feeipeasive: of this season's new
.
est novelties, to the Extjwate Gift of a Beautiful Diamond : t

V re-sumepublication or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values !!
Day Grocery Specials
Monday afternoon. order to'' give ail assortment .
A visit to store will be appreciated and involves .
:the Better make it a our
h war news., '
Pounds SNOWDRIFT LARD for
. . . . .
J morning paper and publish the 'correct ,no obligation to bey.

news first; not after the morning $1.00
.
papers; have already printed.it. .. ". :\ ..,' .
t'0 V }- "'Soups, all varieties, per dozen . .

.Y, Oh yes! There is about ,six hours

,.difference between European and our 90 cents

-- n time, but it takes hours to gather and

transmit the war,,news after.it,hap:

pens, and naturally the Sentinel is

first in .Orlando with every important


l n Y ,'development The newspaper'ofthe_ readers o:war situation.of Orlando; T.U.EvanstheJeweler K ON.IY[ C Ol



% 0 "are< the best. judges of,the. medium.

through which;.they,get' the first.important ,

U : developments of ,the European OPPOSITE POimIIPICI.1IJTIIIJr STORE

r* war : situation.. The Sentinel
,list is growing faster '
aubecripUon
a '
BE2ABKG AND ENGRAVING : FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
than ever ,before,' and the constant '

i :ftw Me ne>"faent upon. our war ser .,,iuusIiIIullUIIISIlHIIIsgIlII.uhigIIluIIJIIHHUIiIIIIIilIiii t . J :::: : : : : :: :::!: If: ::

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'MHIMHtttlMIMilMtMBUYS. MMtttttlMHHIIIMttH MISS EDNA MAY SMITH DEAD
WADS. IOl ,CI

THE'TUNER"LANDO( FAVORTE THEATREOpen Orlando was saddened yesterday'by IF ,

s. Grililu' the death of Miss Edna May

,.FLA.Mr 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. Smith, which occurred at 1:40 a. m.,
.
t from appendicitis. She underwent an
Admission 5 cents
r operation Thursday but never com-
: W.. .C.: .Creeves' ODe. of Fort pletely rallied from the shock and 'fl.
.Myerl* business ;' is in Orlando
men sank '
1 IMIMIIIIIIIIIIMTODAFS gradually until the end came.
*
,today
'Mrj AND SELLS PROGRAMImp. :Miss Smith was twenty-four yearsof

J. H. Reese returned last evening "The Price of Sacrilege," in age and one of Orlando's most popular "

; 'hom'a., visit,,to relatives and 'REAL ESTATE three parts. and attractive young ladies,
"Gel II At Allen's"Give
> I
'.friends' in'Mianii' < acted This by is Wm.a strong Shay,three Leah reel Baird drama and whose friends were limited only by 11 .

Mrfand'MrL:; R T., Worthly 'have Wm. Welch. Don't fail to see it. the number of her acquaintances.
With her mother she had
ed from of two weeks returned
-
a -
.turrl sojourn ---- ---
Daytona,Beach, boo_ acres south ofVin- Mrs. J. Telly Smith, of Citra, is Monday from Coronado Beach and .... .
was ill then, but it was not considered
Garden and of
ter west the visitors -
; Mrs S., 0. Chase, of the firm of .among t4 Orlando today. extremely serious until Thursday -

Chase &, Company,'Jacksonville,. was Gotha, including 10 acre Miss Fannie Robinson went to when she grew worse. us a chance to show

in' Or$ndo yesterday on,business. orange grove. The en- Jacksonville where she will yesterday visit friends afternoon for few, She was the daughter of the late .- you the newest styles in

Mr:D. B, Givens,' one, of Tampa's tire tract covered with a William Smith and at his death took watches.Ve .
.. days.Mr. up a great part of his business affairs -
'oldest and enterprising citizens was
; and Mrs. \ will trade in .
yellow pine timber. Two A. D. Clarkson and your present
; .among Orlando's welcome visitors having been his bookkeeper before -
.yesterday. miles of lake shore. daughter, of Lake Helen, were,among he died, and had displayed unusual watch or movement, allowing -

I,the guests registering, at the San business ability. Her mother you a liberal amount. "
Orlando is certainly doing an immense ., Juan yesterday.Mr. .
"I'.II..IIIII.t. and two sisters survive.Dr. If you have any idea of .
amount of building during G. H. Seagroat, of Atlanta J. W. '
Stagg, of the Presbyterian getting a watch we- would
these'dull business davs-and, that Miss Caroline Holmes will arrive Ga., is in Orlando in the interests'of church, of which Miss Smith had ,. ape ;
the
"I idps. lotColonel from Tampa today to visit her grand- the; United Paper predate opportunity ofshowing I
'i' company. He is been> a member for many years, will I
and Mrs. T. .J. Watkins mother, Mrs. A. Rinaldi. registered at the San Juan. conduct the funeral services Sunday you.

will j live the fore part of next week :Mr. Frank Haas, of Bay Ridge, ,was Victor S. Starbuck, one of the afternoon at four o'clock from the Our prices wiB surprise '

for Asheville, N. c., where they. will among the out of town people in Or- prominent young attorneys of Or- I residence, 309 West Central avenue, you .

remaiijuntil fall lando yesterday.Mr. lando, was in the city on Wednesdayon I following the arrival of her sister

I Emma and Mrs. A. C. Starbird and business. :Mr.: Starbuck is the I from New York.
Miss Loyce Ingram, who has '
'son the poet laureate of Florida.SanfordHerald. Allen& CoJevelers
been visiting the ,Misses Pedrick, on Ralph, were among Apopka
street folks visiting Orlando yesterday.Miss . C. G. FOULKES DIES AFTER A
West; left yesterday for her
. Cora Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Osborne, Miss SHORT RESIDENCE HERE
home in Dade City. Stringer, of Orlando,has LI
Violet Windham, C. H. Greenwoodand
with the
'Mr. i H. Tucker went over to Cor- accepted a position telephone R. M. Robbins :Mr. Cecil G. Foulkes, who came to
arrived
in Or-
,
.! Miss ,
exchange. for-
Stringer
was
'
. 'onado 'Beach yesterday to spend a. lando last Orlando a few weeks ago from Key
evening by auto from
of the in the Reliable
merly one operators D Repairing
eekith' his family who West, died
. are spend local exchange and her friends are Titusville. They are stopping at the Thursday night at the
ing the summer there. San Juan. Oak Lodge. Mr. Foulkes was a native -
.
d glad to have her back again. Bartow
Mr. Frank E. McDonald arrived The of England and leaves a wife
Record. < city council was in regular session -
yesterday from Atlanta, Ga., on a and several children to mourn his .
short time .
a yesterday after .. -
Mr. W. E. Martin -
visit to his parents, Mr. and, Mrs. Orange county'sefficient A death. The body was laid to rest at "
noon. culvert was ordered'placed '
J. H. .McDonald, 518 West Central and accommodating tax collector Ivanhoe boulevard and Maitland yesterday afternoon, Rev.
on Harvey &
has returned from Saluda, Henry R. Remsen officiating.ALL .
avenue.
N. C., where he spent several weeks I Company was ordered paid for some D
Mr. Chas. C. Wolfe, superintendent i extra sewerage work.
Jin a most enjoyable manner. :Mrs. 4
FLORIDIANS URGED TO
of the Florida division of the Southern {
[Martin will not return until fall. Mr. Judge T. P. Warlow leaves tomorrow RENDER RED CROSS HELP
Express company, with head1quarters :Martin .says there are about twenty night for Boston and will be lb. udl
' : in: Savannah, Ga., spent yesterday -It; Orlandoites at that place and that absent a couple of weeks. Miss Helen .Tallahassee, Fla., Aug. 7.-Gover- . .OCl.

in Orlando. they are having a delightful time. Warlow, who has been visiting in nor Park Trammell, who is chairmanof ---- --- -- --- --- -

Mr. and Mrs. J. W.C. Wright and I The big vault to be installed in the New England for several weeks, will the Florida Red Cross state board, MMMtiniM

afternoon i r remodeled building of the Orlando return home with her father. this morning received from the headquarters :

i Bank and Trust company was unloaded Cot T. J. Watkins, of Orlando, is of the American Red Cross :
to ,Mr. and Mrs. ,M. W. Wright at visitor to Arcadia. at D.
yesterday, and a big crew of a He is an ex. Washington, C., a telegraphic :
their ,home on Rock lake. men placed it in the building. 'The Arcadian and comes back to see us appeal for help from the people of

If this paper is not ,delivered new vault is'so large that it was necessary occasionally and to get a good look Florida for the work of the Red Crossin

, promptly by the carrier boys we are to remove part of the brick at the dirt that put him in the near the European war. The telegram

always pleased to have. the fact, reported wall on Pine street tp get it into the millionaire class. When Colonel received by Governor Trammell is as
'immediately, so that we may Watkins came to Arcadia several follows:
I I building, the door being too small toaccommodate
have the matter adjusted. I it. years ago he set out a large orange "Please use this appeal to raise 1maoa e1ery

Friends of",Mrs. Annie L :Mallory : Messrs. H. Clyde and John W. Ri and grapefruit grove, nearly a hun- funds for the Red Cross. During our

,and Mrs. Jessie M. Thayer are pleased : naldi will arrive today from New dred acres, 'and he watched it grow war with Spain thousands of dollars

at the news of their safe arrival,1 York and stop'over in the city for a and garnered: in the shekels. He was were sent by the European Red Cross .
after a comfortable journey, In'Bata.i i the originator of the famous Nocatee societies to the American Red Crossto
short.visit' before proceeding to their
, orange that is nearly blood red inside aid in the care of our sick and
:via, III, where they will spend the, home in Tampa. Mr. John Rinaldi I
: remainder,of the summer. has been to the Eastern markets and very deliciou. He came upon it wounded soldiers. Now in the hour 5c. PER BUNCH
purchasing
by accident and named it the Nocatee, of their supreme need the American
.4. Miss Carry Whittaker, one of,Tarn goods for the BentleyGrayDry ,
which means "what is it?" in the In: Red Cross, both for the sake of humanity -
; pa's pretty"misses,.'who has been visiting ; Goods company, while Mr. Clyde
dian language. It is also the name of and to express our gratitudefor
: her grandmother, Mrs. B. G. Rinaldi has been to the metropolis Special Sale
I ,the town four miles south of Arcadia, their aid to us in the time of Saturday
; Abernethy, left yesterday for Jacksonville getting in touch with the latest in the
t
: where the Watkins grove is located. trouble and distress, has decided to
,, where, she will visit friends printing line.
I The property, is now owned by the charter a ship and send to each coun-
. for a while. The Robert Hungerford Normal DeSoto Fruit company. Messrs. York try involved doctors, nurses and hospital THE SANITARY
,Mr. W. L Dolive and granddaughter i and Industrial School will throw GROCERY
open I This
and Whitney, of New York and Bos- supplies. ship, sailing under
.. Miss Loretta Crux, left yesterday fits I doors October 1, 1914, for its fall I
;:ton, are interested in the company, the Red Cross flag, will be under
:for Jacksonville, where they will term. We hope all students will be CARUTHERS & GORE
: and they handle the entire crop every the protection of the treaties of Ge- '
be joined by' Mr, Dolive's son, Mr. present on the first day. The build- season at fancy prices. Colonel Wat- neva and The Hague and can enter

J. C. Dolive, and together they will ings are being thoroughly renovatedand kins sold the grove for $100,000, any harbor for the discharge of its Phone 200
sail on one of the Clyde Line steamers everything being made as comfortable
In other
which is enough to buy several passesto beneficent duty. no way can
-for a trip to New York. I I as possible. Any information the movies, but then the colonel this trained personnel'so greatly 6 & 8 E. Pine StreetGRAND

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mathers and :'t concerning the school may be owns some moving picture shows up needed reach the different countries.

son returned yesterday 'from Hot I had by writing Mrs. R. C. Calhoun, his way, and he is an ardent prohibitionist Protection is provided also for the

Springs, Ark.,. where Mr. .Mathers,;I Eatonvflle Florida. 8-8-Sat-tf so what is the poor rich to personnel of the Red Cross societiesof 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.1..

who had,been.ill for some time, went The children's playground in Eola do?Arcadia correspondence Tampa neutral states that render aid by

,with the hope.of regaining his health.:I Park is proving very popular with i Times. the; treaty of Geneva. The AmericanRed till 11111 11111 IMillliltHH 11111 11111 I1111 lilt

His,numerous friends in this section (the youngsters, and weather permit Cross appeals most earnestly to I I

were greatly pleased to see that his i ting all the swings and other contrivances -I GUNN-WALLACB all of our people, to the governors of '

mission had been successful [ for the amusement of the :Miss Hattie May Gunn and Mr. J. states as presidents of the Red Cross VIEW i !

Orlando has a children's play youngsters are overcrowded during' C. Wallace of Orlando, Fla., were state boards, to the Red Cross chap-

ground and is finding that it is a w the greater part of every day. To j married Sunday afternoon at the residence ters, to mayors of cities, to chambers .

good investment. It,is said that the!those who are responsible for the of the bride on Railroad street, of commerce, to boards of trade,

, children fairly overflow the place and playground great credit is ,due, and Rev. J. M. Martin performing the and to all asosciations and individuals -

the, only complaint is because there the addition of a few more swings, ceremony in the presence of quite a for contributions to carry on this V I

can not possibly be enough swings hobby horses,"etc., would be) appreciated number of relatives and friends. work. Contributions may be designated Newest and most up-to-date hotel in |
e and slides for all the ,youngsters to by the children. :Mrs. H. L. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace will leave by the donors, if they so desire,

enjoy at once. This condition will Beeman has taken great interest in Thursday for their future home in for the aid of any special country and Canton ituated on Academy Heights. ; :

,soon, adjust itself, and the children the playground and !any one wishingt Florida, carrying with them the best will be used for the country designated

will not all be there at the same time.A contribute any amusement deviceor wishes of many friends in this com ; but assistance will be given to Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River | |
playground.is a good,asset for any donation for it will find her a munity.-Barnesville (Ga.) News.. all in the true spirit of the Red Cross

town or 'city. Times-Union. 0 t grateful recipient Gazette."Jim" represented by its motto, "Neutrality, Valley. One of the finest views in Western ; ;
Humanity. Grieved as we may be

.. . .. . . . over this terrible war, the agonizingcry North' Carolina.
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'to us in vain. The American Red

Cross asks for a prompt and gener
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ous response. Contributions may be

TODAY sent to the American Red Cross, i MRS. J. R. McFADYEN jj
Washington, D. C., or to state and local ,
treasurers of the Red Cross. The

E i treasurer of Florida Red Cross state 6-20-d&w CANTON N. C.
board is Geo. R. DeSaussure, Jack- ,
\ a wonderful two reel American, featuring Ed Coxen sonville." Mill' Hum


and Winifred Greenwood*, A wonderful l feature from start to Governor have any Trammell and all Floridians will be pleased who

NOTICE Don't wait for ,
every one In town to
are able to assist the humanitarianwork
to finish. have Entrican, the painter, before
which is so efficiently done by you try. Am too look
the American Red Cross in times of The City Council of the City of up. Phone 636, and wit be on the
"Hoodoo' Pearls" a one reel reliance. Orlando, Florida, will meet in special Job.
( war or other great calamity, send session at the City Hall on Saturday, 1-20-tf
for their contributions to Mr. Geo. R. August 25th, 1914, at 8 o'clock a.m.,
reel Thanhouser. .
"Waiting Hubby", a one r DeSaussure, treasurer for Florida, for the purpose of reviewing, correct

"Our Mutal Girl", that one reel Reliance. Jacksonville. ment ing and roll equalizing for the year the 1914 city, and assess-for GkCO
the hearing and determining of peti-
TWO NEGROES LYNCHED tions relating thereto. All persons i t .
t Monroe, La., Aug. 7.-Preston Griffin having any complaint must make and 1.
T file the same in writing with the City Insect KillerVil
1' That:Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away and Charles Ball, negroes, 'were Clerk on or before the day set for I )
;: taken from the city hall tower earlyToday said hearing. I Rid
, the holder of the and hanged by a mob. Less CARL JANSEN City Clerk.
again:tonight .to lucky ten cent ticket. hours before Henry 8-4-4t
than twenty-four Aug. 4, 1914. Your
house of all insects.
Holmes was lynched near here in I

'.t.' connection with the same crime.A. LOST-Kit of automobile tools in i Quarts SSc. Gallon $1.00
.,J. Madden, an aged grocer, was roll Return to Sentinel office and ,

Virsinur, ,' 10' Celts, litany ,5 Ceils ttflirei, 5 CeilsMtlilliimiMIH killed and Holmes by burglars was said Wednesday to have night confessed .i receive reward. 8-4-2t For sale by .

,W.. .. POTATO VINES for sale! Choice
- and implicated the two other Carruthers & Gore
Nancy Hall vines at 307 East Pine

negroes. street. 8-6-6t
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tDmICD utDf rix Notice of Lost Wasted For.Sale For F
Bent etc. for this column. 25c for one del t NAIR LUMBER
SOe for three days or f 1.00 for one week. for COMTA* f
25 word or less Money most accompany
the advertisements for this column as no
insertiona will be made on creditPEOPLE'S

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 #
pint with each meal and, if.not relieved, I am au- I four Pineapple year, Java old ,buds Homosassa; Foster, Wash-Early,
T thonged to charge it to the manufacturer.TONICDIGESTIVEDELICIOUS. ington Navel Address Mrs.M.Kahlo
Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf

SHI1R I GiNGER G[ &&LEr L[ WOOD FOR-SALE =. Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime

: For the month-of August I will .111 III III III II III I II!!I!!I II!!!!:!m!!!!:! ',nil III 11111111111111111111111Statement

sell,at my farm, pine at 85 cents per
strand, and oak at $1.00; also some of the Condition of the
saw logs cheap. A. S. Hodges, R.1,
Is prepaired with the celebrated Shivar Mineral Orlando. 7-30-lm

'' Water. Sold under a positive guarantee to relieve FOR SALE-One five passenger Orlando Bank & Trust Co.
any case'of dyspepsia or indigestion, or your money touring car; a big bargain. Will ,
refunded. sell for$300 cash. Apply this office. I Orlando, FIa.,
i Bottled by SHIVAR SPRING, Shelton S. C. 730tf.
At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.RESOURCES. _
L -SOLD BY- FOR SALE-Best quality heart pine '
fence posts. See L N. Lewis, 406S. ,
The CITY DRUG STORE . East street 7-14-lmo j Loans and Discounts $379,514 36

WANTED-To exchange Vose piano, Over-Drafts 622 34,
in good condition, for Victrola and I Stocks and Bonds .
1 J. L. DEAN, Prop. Orlando, 'Fla. records. Piano may be seen at For- Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures 26,018 33
mosa. Address F. 0. Box 2. Oakland, Cash 26,637 37
Fla. + on Hand and Due from Banks 291,393 48

WANTED-Couple to live on country .
place. Call or address, 400 West I. t $724,185 88
j JAPAN READY T HWt [ DR. F. C. BOARDMANDENTIST Central avenue.WANTEDyPermanent. :: LIABILITIES.

i: position by I. Capital Stock ? ... .. . . .. . . .. . .. ., $100,000 00
::: GREAT DOOlAN r woman with family to support Experienced i IIi : Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . .. .. i' 39,961 35
WITH. Board man Building i in 'clerical and executive I.t ReDiscountsBills .. . . .? .. . . .. . .. . . .. .. None
;!' 't work and capable of handling force r: Payable . .. . .. . . . . . .. .. .. . : None
; ? 201m0MEN( [ Office Hours: :erences of people.furnished Orlando as and to character Chicago ref and Deposits . .. .. . . . .. .. . . . . .. .. .. 582,669 47
'.l' ... 8:30 to 12:00 1:30 to 4:00 ability. 7-19-tf I_ Due to Banks .. .. ... . .. .. . . . : . .. . 1,555 06
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.;tit .". Telephone 640. 1. ;'
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eI FOR RENT "
..: 1 i' WILL RELIEVE BRITISH I I III II as* $724,185 88

-{I 'GARRISONS AT TIEN- Huerta has his money in*his wife'sname FOR RENT-Cheap, smaH cottage II I. Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . . $291,393 48
I ,TSIN AND,PEKINGChinese and his debts in Caranza's. near W. E. Stevenson's, DeLaney II Reserve required by Law . .. . . .. .. . 116,533 89
.. Indianapolis Star. street, south. Inquire of Mrs. Stev- ::
... ,'' enson, or Mrs. Dr. Anderson. 1 IIII r
Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $1W,859 59
.1 Revolutionaries Have II
FOR RENT-Two office spaces in:: Deposits on June 30, 1913 . . . . . . . $527,758 01
i / Caught War Spirit and a : Griffing's Trees our store at No. 9 W. tflrarch street Deposits on June 30, 1914 . . . . . . . ; 582,669 49 i
Come in and we will show Pierce
Serious Outbreak Is you.
Give
ResultsOrder
Electric Co. 3-29-tf i:
: Feared II .. INCREASED . -. . . . . . .. $54,91148
your ROSES and ARBORVI-
-,.it I TAES, PALMS and ONNAMENTALSnow. TO.RENT-Some very desirable modern : '
Shanghai, China, Aug. .-An official Office opposite P. 0. houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. II The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors
at the Japanese con late here 4-2 -U :: te persue progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
GRIFFING'S TREES GIVE RESULTSOne treatment and to adhere to the
t; said today 'that upon receip of the .. legitimate lines of banking.
\ first official news of the beginning of reason: MISCELLANEOUSDYNAMITING Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and '
the clash of arms between England The Grlffin&s are the best and safely conducted bank are cordially invited.lltimitiMHIIIMIMItlimilH.
most experienced done in all its branches.
propagates
\ and Germany lathe far east Japan in the state, and one or more 1111''
land is
Clearing our specialty. 4 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'ttlIIIIIIIllII
.. would send a fleet with 10,000 men to of the five are always on the ::::
: l attack round. Let us do your work. Estimates !
Tsing-Tau and 10,000 more to

.{:i f Tsin relieve and the.Peking.British garrisons Preparations at Tien-for I W H Salesman BROKAW cheerfully. East street given. L. N. Lewis 7-14-lmo, 406S. .iI i : ::':MMMiMMUmMIMM: ::::::::::::::::

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';, such action are now under way, he Grapefruit and Orange'Trees First class Bracing a specialty at
t 1 said. Warman's Repair Shop ol.t Court St
t1 Two British regiments, the Gouces-: -. 12-5-tf.
; ---
1 tershires and the, Southern Wales s Mimmath $$1I95
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.- J\, Borderers, stationed at Tien-Tsin, MlilMHiMHIIIiliiMlijForJiale : Rubber Stamps Repair Shop.made to order 125tf.A atWarman's av Ky.
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have
been ordered south. They are ,
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awaiting transports. An Indian regiment Sentinel want ad. carries your
n of ::Punjabis will remain at story to hundreds of all classes",each
l\SI Tien-Tsin. day meeting all needs with quick re I And RETURN From Jacksonville "

-, I Modern 8-room suIts. Get the want habit today, i it
I ..1'e'olutionaries in China Getting pays. Tickets Sale
on August 12th Return Limit
'f.' Busy House 2 doors August 30th.

\ ,Tokio, Japan, Aug. 6.-Revolution west of GOOD BLOOD CIRCULATIONIs fj For Illustrated Booklet and Full Information, Address
Wyoming .
: .aries in China are showing signs oi necessary to life. Good newspa
activity according to reports here. It Hotel. Bar- per circulation makes advertisingpay. H. C. BRETNEY, L & N R. R.
Advertisers in the .
Sentinel
k is feared the European war will inspire .
an outbreak in China. gain.A. know it has the circulation. t 134 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA tt
y; t A report that German warships ---
t had seized Japanese merchantmen in NANCY HALL and Porfo Rico sweet = i'IIIIIIIIII"IIIII mil110Ci tt ellllll'.
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the :Yellow Sea was denied by the L. potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. Mt Ml II M + "I"II'IIIIII
Bentley, Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka PlanCo. 4
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'. .That the Sentinel is giving the pool Who is your painter and decorator
r pIe of Orlando the best news service If you are satisfied keep'the one yo
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have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, )J
ever given in this'city is conclusivelyproven Ne. 636. 1.20-tf .
a by the daily increase in circu FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES Innual
lation. The newspaper reading public ,:
AND DO ALL KINDS
OF
is lavish in praise of the Sentinel
and the many compliments daily be O 'nCAL REPAIRING [xcursion I They Were toMarried

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stowed are highly appreciated.OSTEOPATH. R

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'" floe, 10-12,3-5, and by spp tar en4 .

-;' Pi r No eitra Telephone.chane for connections house treatmen\ (Soccewor OPTOMETRIST to Dr. 0. P. LIkiM l Atlantic oast S Line !: Came to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of

II four or five rooms. They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable'
Office.cer. Ortnfe and Central Are* ORLANDO, FLORIDiiiiMiiiiiiiimiiiiimimiiiMiinmiiiiiiiiiu
I yet the amounf of money which they had available for the furnishing of their
RATES FROM Ij I home made
-- ORLANDO expensive peices prohibitive.

r Washington, D. C. . $ 22.00 ::| They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.

Richmond, Va. . . . 20.00 :: We offered a few suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were
We Will Put the Reins much with what had and took
pleased memorandums
they seen of what they
Norfolk, Va. . .. . . 20.00 I
II thought they should want.

of Success in Your Proportionate other South Florida low rates Points from II:: After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doing

tIt the best possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their order -

_ ; Hands RATES FROM JACKSONVILLE LI with us.This.
i: is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are

How? By furnishing you with Wilmington, N. c. . $ 12.00 :: pleasing.
We extensive stock of serviceable
i carry an << attractive homefurnishings
i Winston-Salem, N. C. 11.00 :
a perfect Fertilizer Let our representative Hot Springs, Va. .. . '18.50 i: grading from the lowest priced which are food, to the very best. Your appropriation

} call on you. He will give you a Roanake, Va. .... .? 16.25 i.II -you can for make furnishing the most your of home it with may us.be anything from $175 ,toioooor more

formula that will make and mature Chattanooga, Tenn. . 13.80 II
R. Tate Station, Tenn. . 15.50 !:
,4 4' your fruit, Monteagle, Tenn. .. .. 15.05 i'

Mammoth Cave, Ky. 17.95 Kincaid & Snowden

Warm Springs, Va. . 9.00


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;, Wheel base, 112 inches; motor, 1-2x5; four'cylinders, cast Rooms with bath $1 I'j 00 .
en bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission; ,- : ;

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a" 11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side j'N :

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

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and others to rent a cottage for the I People are now busy putting in ii. i .i .IH H "---" -.. ... ;
, NO AN&SER N R Of A fOOD]I winter. Taft is getting on the map their crops, the recent rains makingthe

in large letters, and still growing. soil in fine conditoin.
Non-resident speculators are the Several nice pieces of corn just
. FAMINE TO THREATEN
worst hindrance we have. harvested here. If the farmers will j i
Mayor.A. M. Bristol was transacting get busy on corn there would be no W. M. SLEMON

THEFRENCK[ H business in Orlando Monday.Rev. necessity for so much feed being VS
; W. E. Murphy is holding a shipped in, for corn can be raised successfully v
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series of meetings in the chapel this in Florida.FOR ]
GOVERNMENT IS'REGULATING week. Has had several converts al-

PRICES, WHICH ARE ready. ... New Goods Arriving Daily j
NOT.ADVANCED Mrs. Bob Wilson, of Jacksonville, SALEAT
one of our former residents, is in ,

t Paris, Aug. 6. Food remains plentiful town for a few days looking after
their here. She thinks Rob A .
in ,Paris and prices have been property ,
only slightly increased. .Meat and will come back.to Taft before winter. f 3
The old After living* in I f.I
i vegetables are: the principal commodities same sory.
, '. affected, as retailers find difficulty Taft once they all want to come back. BARGAINThree We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B.Stetson & Co. j

bringing them: from the .
; central
made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. j
, depots because all delivery-wag. ititiiitiiiiiiiMiimttHOTEL ; ten acre tracts on jJ
tins have been requisitioned. Orlando and Kissimmee road Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towel
, In'the greatcentral markets there i
, were large' quantities of vegetables THE[ NEW[ GRAND only two'and one half miles Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, On Dry*Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. j jit

, today and push cart dealers reaped a from the office Orlando.] Co.
post Best place in the city to trade. I
rich_harvest, The principal wholesale IVt
Will sell all. The
prices,today for sacks containing 220 one or J
: pounds;.were: Potatoes and string price will double when the r r j jt

beans, "{6;. dried- i' beans., $4;' spinach, brick road is, laid. Other
48; onions, $4.
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SLEMONS
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Fruit and poultry sold at less than Absehkly First Class I small tracts for grove purposes i

the'usual prices. .The authorities to4day at buying values. Also 3

forbade retailers to 'sell-more .Rooms with bath, hot desirable and city URANGE AVENUEiMIIIMMIttlMMIIMMiHIMMMMIIIIMIHMitHftag i
, than one pound of butter to each cus and cold water. groves ,

tomer and fixed. the maximum price Open year round. 'property at prices that command j...... '.' !
f.at 44 cents a pound. attention.
,Eggs,also, must be sold accordingto Summer rates through l j
an o'fficial tariff; new laid eggs ,August and September.
$ Atha JMIIMMIttlilttlinittltlllltlllililflltlimMIMIOnimiHitmttMt Mtlll J
costingiourcents each. ORLANDO FLA. Cooper iUMIIMililMIMIMiMMMIilinitlilllMMtMiMlfllMMCMMIiMIMIIMHaBMI
'The problem of getting in the harvest -
has given, much cause for 7-23-lm 114 South Orange Ave, Ground Floor

, thought ',to the French ministry of Phone No. 311
agriculture. A, scheme is being con- HIIHMMHMiilMlllin I TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD t .J

: sidered for. replacing the, men who I
leave joined the by training all 1
army .
. children.from ten to sixteen -years of' F r fdfe $ 3,m! COOK WITH GAS' f
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Age m,\field work. I V DAILY .

II BUFFALO ( 11 rA
,'TAFT.ITEMS IEVEIAND
Taft, FlaAug.,5.-Mr. J. E. Tracyof ..2i
the Novelty Works one day last i 6.
1. Convenience Speed
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'week unfortunately ran his knee up 1

against a pair of cogwheels in mo- .
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tion. They had no, more regard for 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency ]

the boss than they would for one. of THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEET

-the hired men, and the result was Length 500 feet;bre dlli 98 feet,6 infer 510 iUtCTOomi aDd pulort accommodating 1300 pwsen.fen. 3. Cleanliness 8. Safety
that Mr.; Tracy's pants are "rented!" Crater W-larger in ill properUoni-nrher in aU-rr-to.-.tJiaa ear teamet onuluUmlcn
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of the world.; la terace Jane 15th.bfagt '
and he is limping around with a sore 9. Perfect Regulation J
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'icentSteamen"SEEANDBEE (Sty of Erie"ud"City of Buffalo" 4.
,, inee, but will be around on both feet Simplicity
Daily-BUFFALO CLEVELAND-fda,bt to Dec.1tLem of t
I, .again soon. What Mr. Tracy said at A Belo 5-OQP.M. LemCWknd 900P.M. Heat
.* the 1 time-but, well, no matter. 9 AmYeCcftJmd., 7JOX.M. ..AmwBufikloEulemStaB&ii'Tuae . 7.30 JL1L C 5. Accessibility 1
( ) 10.
The new cabinet for the postoffice .Ceemeerionaatci.eLadfaeTatia.BrToledo'DenatendallpoiauTeamdSaath.eat.Ranradtl.k.t. Economy 1j
, .eadiag Ixnitna BaiU*"wt Oevclud are?wad toS trauporuthwoa TOT(teamen.Aik .
has arrived and is in use. We are, '
roe LuMtame i1luatrated booklet
jo 0t ticket agent far tockeU TO'c..t'B Lin* :TnM m free.
'
slowly getting back to .the situation THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO'TRANSIT' CO.. Cleveland O.
that existed ,before the fire in most 1
things. .It is said that it takes one I / 1. CONVENIENCE !

or, two 'good fires before a town isielt .
and up to date in improve- Did you ever sleep over in the morning or come home late in the afternoon 1

, ments. j and have to start a fire and wait for the wood stove to "heat up?" ,
Mrs A. I Wright, of Orlando, was
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* Did you ever want to make tea or heat up some milk and couldn't because i
& :visitor in town last Friday.
" A'M.'Bristol was in Kissimmee on you would have to start a fire in the range for a few minutes work? Did i

.' business connected with our drainage you ever want to start something cooking and go off and leave it to enter.
1
canals on Friday.That canal project tain your company, but couldn't leave the wood range going. Did you

Lhas e been, seemingly, unnecessarily ever-but what's the use? We could keep on giving instances all day why
delayed until the people interestedare it is "Convenient" to COOK WITH GAS.
getting disgusted'and they now 1"
r propose to obtain something besides 'BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS We will let you be the judge. Is it ';.Convenient" to strike a mafch and

" promises, if possible. LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS turn a valve-and have your fire going in an instant, any time you want it? :
As we are having no "rainy sea "
Effective from August 1, 1911 to August .
son" this summer, the people are pre- '
i
and guaranteed against any reduce .
paring their farms and gardens for 1,1915
planting.. Only just enough: rain to j tion during that time: _

make,things' grow .nicely. I suppose : Touring Car - $555.00 ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. I
Democratic
It is all on account of the '
administration, the tariff, or something Runabout ,- 505.00

of that sort. F. 0. B. Orlando. An can fully equipped.Further GAS DEPARTMENTrtlMilllMMiltMMimiHMtMIMMilMiMttiimiMltl 1
Mr. Avery, from Indiana, was look- l
win be able to obtain the maximum efficiency .
Taft, last week with,a view we 3
ing over in
and the minimum cost our
in factory production " "
of 'buying a,'home. He is looking pnrehadnr oar and ides department above dates.if we reach an output of *****'1" tMMMMMII. '...t" '" ..," ," tI.t.I" IIIIIIIIIHIIIIIMfr'" "" mmuif" IBMIM 1
'300,009 can between the ,
iTlorida over before selecting a loca-
reach thU production we agree to pay as i
tion, but he likes the looks of Taft And should we shoe from |40 to 'CO per car (on'or about
,
the best of any he has seen yet. No the August huyer-i UM to eTery retail buyer who purchase, > a new Surveys on the land of the upperSt. The city park of Miami will be im- The city council of Sarasota has 1
1 1J1S.
and August
doubt he will come and purchase' a Ford farther ear between particular Auput reranfin 1,114 these low prices and profitaharint Johns valley show that they can proved and a real park made of it. ordered one thousand eucalyptus .}
home here, as'he appears to be a.man For pUm let be drained very easily, and the en- J. A. :McDonald will have charge of trees from H. Q. Ward, of Zephyr-

of very good.Judgment. F. G. BUSH, gineers have reported favorably on the work. The ground has been hills. Thes trees are being placed '1
, The present: : indications are that the project. This will create the up-
( Taft will be filled up the coming whiter Phone 226 per St Johns drainage district. The grubbed and sod will be placed on it. where they will make the streets of

,,as we have received several letters lands affected are 300,000 acres located Shrubs and flowers will be planted in Sarasota show up to the best advantage .l

: frcm.parties who wish to.locate i in Orange, Brevard and Osce- profusion and a play ground will and in a few years they will be -.

', here,' some, to buy a 'home to stay, ola counties.t probably be opened. a credit to the town.
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died suddenly in Tampa Thursday,ar- f Vt

rived in Orlando yesterday afternoon,
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cemetery, Rev. E. T. Poulson conduct- ; '
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The Place To Place Money ing the funeral service. _

Mr. Haizlip had been a resident of
; Orlando for many years and was

IT MATTERS LITTLE WHETHERYOU highly esteemed by a large circle of
; friends and acquaintances to whom
WISH TO START A SAVINGS
the news of his sudden death was a

ACCOUNT, TAKE OUT A CERTIFICATE j I distinct shock. : . '

OF DEPOSIT, OR OPEN A 1 I The Tampa Tribune gave the following ; Sate f ll>>lBIi>> llt :

j I i particulars of his death yesterday . .
CHECKING ACCOUNT- .
I I morning: : ." t.

This strong bank is behind any formof John J. Haizlip, of Orlando, fifty- For
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nine years old, was found dead in ; your Valuable Papers Jow p
deposit make. Its strong finan ,
you M. R. Gooding's undertaking parlors, .::
cial, foundation, its experienced officers Marion and Cass streets, at 3:20 .: ] ::
dry: Silver
and its system of safeguards, makes the o'clock yesterday afternoon. His son,' ; ,' OtC

W. T. Haizlip, is cashier of the Florida -

STATE BANK OF ORLANDO 'd I. tion Citrus is believed Exchange to have Acute been indiges-the ;;; $1.00 PER YEAR AMD UP .

cause of death.

the "place to place your money." n. Mr. Haizlip who came here two ;
.
t : You
cannot afford
: to leave such
weeks ago, was planning to bring his . : V
DO THIS NOW ! daughter, Miss May J. Haizlip, from ; :: valuables at borne! when $1.00.will .
Orlando. He had obtained '. :
employ- ;i:: :: safeguard them for ::.
a
ment with the Tampa Book & News ) year. ; :;
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company. Yesterday being a half .: ",' ::' :
holiday, he set out to find a room, and ;.= .: : .:>":' .
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visited the undertaking establishmentin .. .
.. \ hopes of learning from Mr. Good-

., ing where a room could be found.
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He was directed to a rooming I

house, and after being.gone. a while,
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4 -RUSSIAN -FLEET-- IS REPORTED BRITISH WARSHIPS CAPTURE A returned went into to the the lavatory undertaking and sat shop.down.He I . . .. '.' .. . . ..... . . ,' ,'. ........ ,--,...... . .. ..:, =
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X BEATEN. BY. GERMANS AND STEAMER WITH $2,500,000 When found, thirty minutes later, he : : :' : .. .:. . .__:.. .. .... .... . ".. ". : .,. .. . .......,. :: ..
"BOTTLED UP" was dead. :: : \\o; : : .f\ : : :> : :

Plymouth, Eng., Aug. 7.-The Brit- When he visited the offices of the ''. 0" 1 :: '.. G 11 t I I 0" 1: .
Stockholm, Sweden, Aug. 7. Via ish light cruiser Vindictive today cap- i Florida Citrus Exchange early yes. :" .i:,.'...,. ,...:... ,.' .'" ."... .,". ...,.. ..' ,?, .').J'' '..fJ:,
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has arrived here reports that the 3,528 tons and brought her into i usual'good. health and spirits. He .. ,

'i .Russian is bottled at Hel- this port. The Schleisen was on the !conversed happily with his son and t: :.:; ,. )./. ", : ":" .: ......::: : : '... .... '.:' I:". '. '. ' ''.. .. . . .
navy up .i./: :: ?:!)'? :{: :: ;(: ; -: : ; :: :j . : ::. .. .::'. :::.;.:.:.:: ,::::. ../.. :;. \::: \ .\.:\\iS-;" :
singfors, while Reval and Libau have voyage from Brisbane, Australia, to .later in the day they departed, :Mr. .. .. 4
been taken ,by the Germans after a Bremen. 'Haizlip going to look for the room, 1\
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furious battle and are burning. The The Holland Lloyd steamer Tuban- while his son attended the baseball
where he won the respect of his fellow WANTED TO RENT-Five or six FOR RENT-Boarding house with
;5'P P report is not credited by the best informed tia, from South America, which has game at Plant Field. townsmen by his honesty and room cottage, by the year. Phone I I thirteen rooms; good location. Ad-

r' here. been brought here by warships, has The remains were prepared by Un- thrift, and many friends scattered 632 or 591. 8-5-3t dress, The Magnolia, Boone street.
Iy" .The Dowager Empress Maria Feo- $2,500,000 in gold aboard, part of dertaker Gooding last night for ship- throughout this section will be sad- j 7-SMwk

;: l dorowna has left for Russia, taking which is consigned to the German ment to Orlando today. They prob- dened this morning by the news of We insure your life and loan yon''
y, with her 100 refugees on a special Bank of London. ,There are also several ably will be shipped on the morning his death. money on real estate at 6 per cent' Eat what you want.
l train. German reservists besides a train, leaving here at 10:30. interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., Eat all you want.
{ The captains of two Swedish steam- quantity of grain aboard the Tu- Mr. is survived brother Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. Take a postscript and forget it.
Haizlip by a 325d&wtfFOR
OPEN ALL NIGHT sale .
+ For by all druggists.1.7d&wlyr
, r\ .ers report a Russian cruiser ashore bantia. S. T. Haizlip, at Eatonton, Ga.,
The City Drug Store is at your service -
V near Hangpe, Finland. two sons, W. T., this city, and Robert, both day and night. Prompt, SALE-Ford car; fine condition.
5? FOR SALE-A scholarship onDraughon's of Orlando, and by two daughters, dependable, courteous. if Cheap for quick sale. Box 93, Or- WOOD, COAL AND ICE
Practical Business Col lando, Fla. 8-6-lt
i Up to date painting, papering, etc., lege. Will sell at half price. Call Mrs. J. T. Willette, Birmingham, and
L is the kind you want. Where to get at Sentinel office. 8-7-6t Miss :May J. Haizlip, of Orlando. If you want your bicycle fixed ina -
The deceased for take it to Warman's LOST-Watch fob, alligator leather Wood, $1.50 a strand up. HandV
'. it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. was many yearsin hurry Repair foot. Return to this office and re-
Entrican., 1-20-tf Read the advertisements daily. the mercantile business in Orlando, Shop. 12-5-tf. I'reive reward. 8-5-3t ,Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf

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{ CHINA CREAM PITCHERS, worth regular MEN'S BELTS, a good quality of leather, in

h LADIES' MUSLIN GOWNS, made of a good 15c to .,.ac. special . . . . . . . . . 9 C black and tan, 25c. quality. . . . . . . 19 C
A quality of Nainsook, lace and Embroiderytrimmed

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WOOD SALT BOXES, everybody one, your choice of any
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33fc DIMITY, plain white, small neat checks, 30 Blue Lable Ketchup, pint bottle, worth regular
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