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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 9, 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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: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, SUNDAY, AUGUST 9, 1914. NUMBER 155.

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:.: : A AND.. II III hATTEMPT[ [ 10 CAPTURE I [ LIEGE[ [ IS ABANDONED[ ARE JUSTIfiED BEING IN KilliNG- --GIVEN--THE- I PROVISION MEAL\ -ALSO TICKETS BE MADE[


i t"I FOR THEM TO SLEEPIN

\' '1'."... 'GERMAN ARMY' WILL ATTEMPT TO PASS AROUND FRENCH LIEGE REGISTRY mlll IS MINES ON HIGH' BETRAYER GIRl CHURCHES-

AND ATTACK BELGIANS BEFORE _
UNfR[ FRANCE f HAS NOT SAILED
; t REINFORCEMENTS CAN ARRIVE CORONER'S JURY FREES

3 AMENDED[ INS SEAS ARE NOTUNLAWFUL WOMAN WRONGED WHO DAUGHTERBut AVENGED Passenger Service-to London Is

of 800,000 Advancing Irregular and Nothing but
:. German Army Hand Baggage Taken-

'f :"<.x<'.' To Invade France ,: SENATEWashington ,Out Sister Warrant of Dead Charging Man Murder Swore. Trunks Held-by Hotels


and Mrs. McGowan Paris, Aug. 8.-(Special.),-

: 8,000-Division of German Was Rearrested Tickets for meals
and Belgian be-
German Loss at Liege 30,000 are today
Aug. 8.-Spe-( New York, Aug. 8.-The rules of -.
r Cavalry Surprised and ,Annihilated by Belgians- I cial.-Failure to get a quorum The Hague conference do not forbid Pensacola, Fla., Aug. 8.-Upon a ing issued to stranded Ameri-
,t' compelled the senate to adjourn planting of mines on the high seas verdict of homicide cans. Preparations to provide
justifiable rendered -
: '" .Germans' Final Effort to, Capture Liege I tonight without passing the bill but the practice is regarded by many by the coroner's jury which investigated sleeping accommodations in

4 and Were Repulsed to remove existing restrictions authorities on international law as an I i i ,into the killing of LeRoy Holy Trinity church are being
.t.i'" from the registry of foreign offense against neutral nations that Brown, :Mrs. Florence Moore McGowan arranged.
vessels under the American 1 might amount to a just cause for
' who shot the youth down in the
French today decisively defeated flag and encourage the building.up war, according to Prof George W. Pasenger service to London is
Paris, Aug. 8.-Special.-The( county court item several days ago
j
of-the merchant marine. Ad- of the intermittent. hand
I Kirchway, vice-president Only bag-
thousand in the Belgian because he is alleged to have wrongedher
<.* a German army corps of forty men journment was taken until American Society of International daughter, was released from cus- gage can be taken and there are

,: & : province of, Luxemburg, routing them and capturing many Tuesday morning. Law. I tody. However, her arrest was now mountains of trunks be-
Two amendments were adopted A proposal to forbid such an act
prisoners.. brought about again within a short longing to Americans which will
., and that United States
one provided any was approved by the while when a sister of the dead boy
F ;' r In rAisace,Loraine, which ,was forcibly, taken from the French vessel chartered by the Red among other nations at The Hague swore out a warrant charging the likely be stored here until the
4 Cross to carry hospital supplies conference in 1907. with I war is ended and thousands of
Muelhausen. murder.It
Atkirch and woman
1871 the French troops captured
in .
/ should be admitted to American
\ : "Writers on international law be- is believed that during her trial unpaid hotel bills are settled.
'.. registry unconditional The lieve that any neutral nation would Mrs. McGowan will make her defenseon The liner France has not yet

!) w 'BIG BATTLE IS IMMINENT second provided that foreign regard it as a great offense," Professor the strength of the unwritten law, sailed from Havre, but mes-
built vessels, registered or unregistered Kirchway said today, "and wouldbe and if she does Escambia county will
8. Special.) The Germans.have abandoned can engage in coastto it forceof sages from there report the pas-
t' Brussels, Aug, -( 1 1 justified by resenting "by then see the first' such case in the his-
the attempt capture Liege. coast trade at the directionof arms if a ship flying its flag were tory of the criminal courts of the sengers comfortable and accept-
the president. destroyed by sucK a mine. county. t ing the situation cheerfully.
l With the entire.army' of invasion hurled, back once more today "If an American ship should be i developed at the tIt coroner's, hear- I

.... aftera terrific,.assault on the Liege forts, the movement of the I EFFORT TO PLACE UNDER ALL CIVIL POSTMASTERS blown up by such a floating mine its ing that Mrs. McGowan misunderstood F. E. C. FERRY KEY WEST TO
.. owners would have the right'to pro- the nature of the preliminary HAVANA
troops across the ,Meuse was begun tonight. SERVICE ,FAILS
German
test but the edge of the protest wouldbe hearing. When the youthful defend -

The':plan ,now apparently is to pass around the forts towards Washington, Aug. 8.-An effort to taken off by the position this country ant waived preliminary hearing Mrs. Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 8.The
place all postmasters under civil service took at the second Hague confer- McGowan understood that he had secured first of the new freight car ferry
Vise and between Liege Huy.
was defeated today in the house. ence." his liberty. The court endeav- boats being built for the Florida
t I :German-aim is to attack, the Begian army before the arrival i ored to make her understand and East Coast railway, for use between
finally turned her over to the counsel Key West and Havana, will be
of French reinforcements, which are hurrying forward GERMANS [EXPECTED[ A fAlSE REPORTS[ OF f NAVAl for the boy, and it was believed that launched September 30, at the Cramp.

"under, forced marches. he had succeeded in making her un shipyards, Philadelphia.

R, };' .A" general engagement between the Germans .and the French QUICK VICTORY AT limE BATTlES C CONDEMNED derstand.before her When to signify the boy his was intention brought of When Florida the East service Coast is in railway operationthe ex-

"and 'Belgians is, imminent. marrying her daughter for his alleged pects to handle through passengerand
!.. improper attentions upon the girl, the freight cars from New York to
's
The French have already effected a partial junction, and a HAD MADE LITTLE PREPA- IN BRITISH HOUSE OF COMMONS Cuba without
mother became so incensed that she change, or transfer of
;Belgian and French army of 200,000 men is reported approaching RATION FOR PROLONGED J AND DECLARED' pulled her revolver from her purse freight.

:from Lille. CONTEST AND DELAY UNJUSTIFIED and opened fire. This will be one of the largest car
ferry boats ever put in service. It
,At the same time it is reported that the German crown prince, Now I FINDS SUBSTITUTE FOR GASO. will hold thirty cars, and will be seaworthy
King Albert Addressed Troops Belgians Leige Being
"Frederick William, ,is leading 800,000 Germans in a fdfrward and Assured Them France Assisted by British Soldiers LINE; WINS PRIZES is the expectation in every kind that of the weather.boat will It

:movement against France. and Her Soldiers Were Who Capture Seven Ger- Marion, Kas., Aug. 8.-Cash prizes be ready for service by the first of

i ',The German loss thus far for the three days of fighting is Coming to Aid man RegimentsLondon totaling $200,000 have been voted to [January. At Havana the ferry will
Fred Gowen, resident here, for the :connect with the Cuban railway lines,
reported to be 30,000, and,the Belgian loss 8,000. Paris, Aug. 8.-It is officially an- Augj8.-Heated condem- discovery of a substitute for gasoline.As and a very large traffic is assured.

:Belgian)infantry, cavalry and light artillery surprised and prac- : nounced that the forts at Liege con' nation was voiced in the house of soon as he submits proofs he will I The English company owning the
get $100,000 from an American asso- Cuban railroads is arranging for the
tinue holding out. The Germans who commons today of the disseminationof
annihilated- division of the German cavalry which forced
,tically, a ,
entered the city evacuated yesterday false; news concerning the war, ciation, a British prize of $10,000, a expenditure of a million dollars or so
Fits. way across the Meuse. Seven entire regiments of Germans before the arrival of the Belgian division such as that published in regard to $20,000 German prize, two French in terminals.In .

were either killed or captured. The Belgian loss was also heavy. which had come to the rescue. a great naval battle off the coast of awards of $10,000 and $5,000, and additoin to the large shipmentsof
The evacuation was without military .Holland."It also two foreign manufacturers' of- : Cuban fruits northward, the boat
45 ,A renewed assault.was made this morning, following the refusal significance as the forts commandthe was absolutely false," said Regt fers of $5,000 each. will carry meats from the packing

,:t 'of the Belgians to grant the requested armistice of twenty- routes and railroads. The with- t maId McKenna, the home secretary. Gowen's discovery is called "neu- houses of this country to the island.It .
t' '. drawal of the German troops, however do not say it was wilfully done in tralent," and is a product of pure is anticipated that a heavy traffic
t3 dour,hours. The Belgian commander declared that he feared the hydrogen and It is produced will develop the completion of
oxygen.
-; was an unquestioned moral de 1"1 case, but it might be wilfully upon
;, Germans would use the time asked to bring up reinforcements. feat.The in order to assist the circulationof more cheaply than gasoline, it is said. these transportation facilities.

operations of the Germans a paper.
S 1 were based on the hypothesis of rap "The publication of false news is a SPARKMAN TO REPRESENTFLORIDA
: ; WAsHINGTON'GETS CONFIRMATION GERMAN LOSSES id success. They were organized with !misdemeanor, and now that a press i AT FUNERAL OF U. S. SEEKS T TO r PREVENT[
little regard for provisioning. The I with constant stream of reliable PRESIDENTS WIFE
bureau a
? W hington,*Aug. 8.-(Special.-) The state department has I
: Belgians retarded the advance for i: information has been. established -
:'confirmation' from Ambassador Whitlock, at Brussels, of the Ger- seventy-nine hours with the .result:i i the public has the' right to ex- Washington, Aug. 8.Representative CLASH H IN MEXICO O
'man at that their army was increased with Sparkman of Florida was appointed -
; reverses Liege.
;
I troops destined to reinforce Liege. pub-lished I I to represent Florida at Mrs.
K The report covers the first fighting in which 8,000 Germans are The confidence of the Belgians has '' press bureau. Wilson's funeral CARRANZA URGED TO COMMUNICATE -

., P. ;reported to have been killed. It ,is understood these reports all been increased by the German request -I' It is reported the war office has DIRECTLY
for suspension of ordered the mobilization of three mil. BASEBALL RESULTS WITH CARBAJAL
'confirm ;the ,second: reverse in which the Germans lost in the King Albert, in an order to hostilities.I, i I I I itary divisions.i -

";Neighborhood} of 25,000; men. division and the fifteenth mixed brigade i I dispatch to the Exchange Tele- : National League Federal Forces in Mexico City
e'J* _< ,who assisted in the heroic de- graph company from Brussels saysa Brooklyn 6, Chicago 1.
( ,Semi-official reports, which filter through to the state departgent fense of Liege, tool occasion to salute division of German cavalry which New York 2, St. Louis 4. Are Preparing to Defendthe

: ... ' indicate I the German attack on France by the Liege route them and the army in the name of had forded the Meuse to the north of Boston 4, Cincinnati 3. City Against Con-
to ''; '' .' the nation, adding that France and Liege surprised and practically Philadelphia 3, Pittsburg 4. stitutionalistsWashington
was
,, 'A .is'only'a' and that the real attack is being delivered in the
to their British and in- American League
her soldiers were coming ;annihilated by cavalry -

lr'"-';' 1. ,fiouthwst.* ,, :where the. Germans can be more, speedily reinforced, help. i jfantry, supported by a battery of Cleveland 4, Philadelphia 5. Aug. 8.-The United
.f 4:. by.. 'the Austrians and can operate in a section' remote from the I light artillery. Seven German regiments Chicago 4-1, Washington 33. States made further efforts today to
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; APPRECIATES FRIENDLINESSOF 'I surrendered. Detroit 2, Boston 5.
l s' .English__ who are expected. to land at Ostend and Antwerp. UNITED STATES t'' St. Louis 1, New York 2.: avert tionalists the clash and the between Carbajal the constitu-govern '

Ii; ". -' __ .' London, Aug. 8. Francis Dyke RAINS RETARD GERMANS' ADVANCE Federal League ment at Mexico City. Telegrams to
: ,\ ; BRITISH CRUISER ,RAINBOW RUSSIAN WARSHIP CAPTURES Acland, foreign under secretary, onj j IN BELGIUM Chicago 2-5, Brooklyn 11. American Consul Silliman urged him
Buffalo 2.
8,
} ? .LEAVES'FRISCO ,AUSTRIAN,MERCHANTMAN behalf of the British government: today Kansas City to persuade Carranza to enter into
:1..'d ".*i\San ,Francisco' ,CaL, .,"..Aug.The St;. Petersburg, via London, Aug. 8.The gave expression to British appre- London, Aug. 8.-A news dispatch St. Louis 6, Pittsburg 2. direct communication with CarbajaL
.British'cruiser Rainbow: which pat in Austrian merchant steamer ciation of the ,diplomatic assistance from Brussels states that heavy rains Indianapolis 4-0, Baltimore 19.

"w,. ,tW'pert. , ;yesterday ,sailed at 12:35: Stella,has been captured Russian rendered by the United States. I are swelling the Meuse and its tributaries Southern League Mexico
f Nashville 3, Memphis 0. City Arming
'"'" ." ::'i tted.lhe vessel to take aboard fifty t he said the various American embassies [:advance. Montgomery 2-1, Mobile 1-0. Mexico City, Aug. 8.The federal
_<-';{; t of'coal, teificieat' "to take it 'to. ,.LOST JOB; KILLS,SELF had been most kind and courteous I Birmingham 6, New Orleans 2. forces here are preparing to defend
.:.; UM newest he B ->wt Victoria, B. C. 'Yaldosta,,'Ga.,:Aug, & P.,B. Barter in all matters connected with the FRENCH STEAMER LINES SUSPENDED Chattanooga 5-1, Atlanta ML, the city against the constitutionalistforces
:., JtJ*"believed.the'tiovP, will. proT8XWEAYBBK -, ,,former'assistant county warden, position of 'British subjects abroad. II Second game seven innings. now marching on the capitalIt
geedeitJL:, South Atlantic League is felt here by the Carbajal loyalists -
would be -
committed sdidde at .his .boardinghouse He hoped that it soon pos
,: rJ?, '.' : 1S I Paris Steamer service Columbia 1, Albany 0. that the constitutionalist com-
; , ihere'a&t" night by shooting sible through the United States to Aug.
,, ,' : : : Nazire to Colon from Bordeaux Augusta 5, Jacksonville 2. mander in chief is trying to carry
;. ," ; htefltif'through"the _heart.. The-act arrange for the exchange of British from St.
i ,...... Local ',, j > u.j': J subjects to.Africa and from Marseilles Columbus 6, Charleston 0. the high hand too far; that further
--:, -... .wen was rtaolt :of!despondency, "o'Ver subjects In Germany for German' .
h,0 his, poIitioL' 'in:Great Britain., .I to various points has been suspended. Macon-Savannah wet grounds. bloodshed could have been prevented.

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GOODS REMNANTS up.to 20c yard now ...10c SHOES
p t, Up to 35c yard now ..................:,..._. liJc.150 Eclipse Shirts will be sold for $1.00 till further no- About 100 .
Up to 50c,yard,now ......................... 25c heel Too many of this grade in stock. pairs of 3Ien's Shoes that were $3 00 to $6.00 $t
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WOOL..GOODS REMNANTS"1-2 PRICE.Men's .
a; .- : LADIES' WAISTS, \ ." ,'. :: : I $2.00
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-',: $1.50'and$2.00 Pants now ..................... $1.00 f
.$2.50. .and, $3.00,Pants now...:................. $1.50 Any offer you are not ashamed to make will be accepted.LADIES' . We have no special "Gingham sale" on, but we always
$3.50. to-$5.50: Pants.now ...................... $3.00 sell "Toile Du Nord" Ginghams at 121.2c any old time
J and we have the best real ,84x84 count percales, that
a LADIES SKIRTS' SHOES we sell twelve months in the year.at 12 l-2c a yard
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t; :___' tie golfing wisdom. : .1 WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ? II

s ,By G. Mnke) : ,One expert would tell him that the !
.I drive'from the FLORIDA STATE COLLEGEFOR UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
tee was the'most in.portentthat

# "; The spitball is fatting into,dJsase. -, -- '
'Very few-of, the, twirlersin\tl* lbig he should practice that1 WOMEN GAINESVILLE.

, I leagues are using it today/slid these 'Another,told him it was the approach TALLAHASSEE. GRAND
shot thai/eountecL The College of Arts and Sciences Normal School
' ; next told him'it ; ;
who
do are using it sparingly The School of Music; School of Expression:
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p' wise pitchers 'have caste it aside, was all putting., Sdme told him I School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts;
I
that in,putting he should ,look only School Modern Gymnasium with swimming Law; Engineering: Agriculture: Teachers
i knowing; that. ;eventhough. use of.. pool; basket ball and tennis courts new and College Experiment Station; Extension Division
\J.-. the moist" add' their ttthe.ball others pooh-poohed that modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormi- ; Graduata School. Ten new brick build
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:fling
? ; may tories have all modern conveniences jugs besides
; new gymnasium swimming pool and
i string'victories, it will mean, .. the .advice. They 'said he should look atthe dining room and kitchen most hygienic in many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers instructors TO ORRO'-V
Florida 418 ladies
from 49 counties
\ hole., ; young I' and assistants. S54 young men
shortening of their careers. and 12 states last session 47 Florida counties and 24 States and
'T "Learn the game backwards begin TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign
'4 jack Chesboro used'it back in 1904 ; I countries last session.
v t '' by bit School Bard and entrance fees for the TUITION FREE, Board and Entrance Fees
putting, of advice.
"( when: he almost pitched the'Yankees was one year $124.00. For catalogue write $132.50 per year. Write today for catalogue
The next article he read told him that EDWARD CONRADL President A. A. MURPHREE. President. I
.into
( '/ the)leadership of the league.- But
r'f. the .use .of 'the spit-ball practically the, fellow who advised learning thegame' Don't Forget-You can win the Automo-
r6ined.Chesboro.as'a backward was a boob; that the

5j K. Ed;:Walsh. used,the spit-ball star performer.for several only ning.way was to begin at the begin 17' bile and the $5.00 Gold Piece.

years and'his success was pheMvnomenaL -
If the beginner put his whole John B. Stetson University
::Bu -'the price. was.high. ,
weight behind a drive from the tee
for'Walsh's'arm is in such
,, today condition -
x' .' that' he never knows whether he found,' upon reading onearticle, UXCOLN BULIEY, Ph.D.,. Uti.D., Ll.D., President

'it':will mel.. im' the full route orwhether that he "done noble." Upon readingthe "The Baby Spy" -
next article he discovered that'hewas' DeLAND, FLORIDATHE
a, kink will. appear. and force.
'
; 't ,He shouldn't, have
>Jhi1' 1 to'surrender the. hurling job to'a wrong. put COLLEGE GRADUATE DEPARTMENT OF ARTS AND SCIENCES A
Reel
Selig
his behind drive. two Special Feature
pitcher. whole weight the Courses leading to the degrees of Master of Arts and Sciences.
,Jr..Belief Such an act might throw him off _his THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR MEN-16 Carnegie units required
for admission. Twenty-one departments in all One Good Picture
,1'",JJeff? Tesreau used the spit-ball to balance, and, when in such a perilous THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR WOMEN-A woman dean, separate
condition' he might slice, or pull, orfo9zle dormitories for women ,and a separate gymnasium. 16 Carnegie units.
(a; great :extent when he first landed THE COLLEGE OF LAW-COurse leading to the LL. B. degree. Graduates ad-
T or do a lot of other equally mitted to practice in Florida without examination.
ron, major?; league soil.LBut'he isn't.dpipg
THE' COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Courses in
.
" I'awful stuntsRULES ; Civil Mechanical Electricaland
it Wlth.such 'recklessabandon: Chemical engineering leading to degrees.
of" Jeff learned that THE COLLEGE FOR,,TEACHERS-Especially for Florida teachers strong nor-
as ; soon
yore. mal courses and special.teachers' courses. "He Said He Could Act"ALubin
(the spit-ball "kinked" the arm, if FOR SUMMER HOTELS THE COLLEGE OF ''BUSINESS-Besides Banking, Boole-keeping. Accounting,
'used--freely, and now he throws itonly Shorthand Typewriting, courses in History, Law, Economics and Finance.
THE ACADEMY-Sixteen units for graduation. Prepares for Harvard Yale
I in emer ndes. The following rules have been Princeton, Chicago and all high grade colleges. Comedy. They'e as funny as
There are_ several other pitchers adopted by one of our leading sum- THE SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS-For boys and young men desiring
manual training, mechanical drawing, &e. the best of them.
the.big leagues who still throw the mer hotels: THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC-Separate teachers for piano, pipe organ, violin,voice

,spitball xd 'but they are throwing it Guests wishing to get up' without THE SCHOOL harmony and OF FINE chorus ARTS-Free work. hand and life drawing. Painting in oil.
1: Ij st'about a'half dozen times during being called can have self raising Pastel and water color.
the Some of the fans believeth flour for
gamed .biscuits supper.
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO
throw it oftener of. thedeception
y because Guests are ;requested not to play
i by the pitcherof 1. The Course in Agriculture Organic and On The
any games more exciting than Old Preliminary -Botany Biology : Inorganic "Light Wall"
i Chemistry, qualitative and qualitative analysis, Agricultural chem-
putting the ball up near the mouthand Maid after 7 so not to disturb
i p. m., as istry, Mineralogy, Geology &c.
seeming to__lubricate' it. Batters'ren't I the night clerk's slumbers. 2. The Pre-Medical Course-Physiology, Biology, Anatomy, Histology, Bacteri-
fond of spit-balls. They hate ology, Zoology, Botany, General Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Qualitative The fourth of the"Man Wh'o DisappearedSeries
Guests wishing to .do a little driv- and Quantitative Chemistry.
tosee, 'them coming. So the pitchers 3. The Course for Religeous Workers-In Bibical Literature History, English /* featuring the wonderful
find hammer the
stand.
ing can a on Pedagogy, Ethics Logic and Theism.NeYorkanffReThrli$551.
the
who have :discarded use of the
Not responsible for diamonds, bicy- Marc McDermottONE
dampened twister very often, bluff"at
cles or. other valuables kept under
pitching one.
pillows. They should be deposited in

The passing of, the spitball comes r the safe. I GOOD PROGRAM

88,-good news to the ,infielders. In If the, room I gets too warm, open

the years when the spit ball'was! generally the window and see the fire escape.If .

used errors were: frequent, on you're fond of athletics and like $ 00
account: of the spit-ball. A pitcherwould good jumping, lift the mattress and r TUESDAY "PAULINE"Watch

gloss the ball freely 'with saliva see.thebed, ,spring. \ ,
'
; and slippery elm,or tobacco juice, Baseballists, desiring a little practice -
'
.a batter would.hammer it to the in- can find a pitcher on the stand:

field, the infielder would grab it and If the lamp goes out, take a featherout

start to 'throw, only to find;that the of.the.pillow; that's light enoughfor CLYDE LINE for Our Wonderful Improvements

slippery ball had glided from. his'fnvffers. any roOm.If ,
,Quite often when the,infielder you're; troubled with nightmareyou

was able to,get the ball.away in the will find a halter on the bed post.
Only Direct Line From Jacksonville
direction of;the ,base the ball would ,Married,'men without baggage are ORCHESTRA '
take'a wild slant and result-in a hor requested to leave' their wives with

rible'erroi'' '.. the proprietor for security.
;i/* st In case of fire you can find the fire ,

\ If the guiding spirits in the world escape, half a mile from the house. Fare Includes Meals and Stateroom Accommodations

.of athletics,don't stop.making'rules I' Don't worry about paying your

.'concerning. c'the athletes there won't_ bills;'the house is supported by' its Tickets on Sale Until'September30th, 6c'10c

tides anybody-;: for, newspapers but reporters: writing.' -1 I foundation. and Good ReturningFrom New York up

|The- last crushing' blow ;.dealt. to: ,THE CURFEWIf to and Including ,October 31st. Ships

"authors"' ,has been'handed out by,the 'Scheduled to Sail Tuesdays, Thursdays
? "United:States,Golf,association which there is a curfew in your vicinityit
Saturdays at 2:00 P. M.
decided that' amateur golfers who is probably a signal, imposed'bythe
were receiving for writing, town authorities which when
money*, ,
'newspaper articles.in'Which they explained :I sounded in the evening, requires small For Further. .Particulars Apply to

: : certain, golf,shots were guiltyof boys to retire within doors. In its be- lU L ll[ [ winIer r rarK

professionalism ginning the curfew served a far different H.GWENZELFla.Pass.; Agent ;
|I.n':view of, the fact that most of purpose and applied to all

.the.;leading' golfers in this country classes,of whatever age. In the mid- Oldest College and .Most Beautiful Grounds in Florida
JACKSONVILLE FLA.
have been doing that very thing, itWoaldseent dle :ages, when we first hear of the ,

,that we.haven't anymore curfew, the curfew bell was commonly College, Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic
.aiaateurs-in; our, midst-that is, nonebut 'tolled in cities as a warning to all and Industrial'Arts, Business, Teacher's Course.

:, the:duffers.. inhabitants to extinguish or cover up Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire pro-

71 But ,the.U. S. G. A. isn't going to all fires and lights. This was a common tection, fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dol-

be,overly;. harsh on' thefellows'whohate !{ .''practice:throughout Europe and 111111111111111111111111 .tIIIIIIIIIIOIIIIII lar endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ,

been writing. d posing asa;: n- was a very necessary precaution r tMHtlitmiliMmiliMIIIMIillitiBiimt a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus,class. Superb new
,ateurs ai'the same time. lIt probably against fired All of the houses were rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New
'wi1I'sendfword them of and the fires kindled,in ., chemical and physical laboratories equipped with
.. ." to that, .as ,soon, wood were every
:as their, : ,present contracts expire they a hole in the floor with no other vent modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water.

..must desist. or lose: their amateur than another hole in the roof above Preparation for engineering course.

standing. but that no penalty will. be the ,hearth. Under such circum- Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football,
meted 4 out for their pat,' offense. stances it was all too, easy for a fire Christian, but undenominational; expenses' moderate.

'They probably wfll be forgiven on the to ,start, and wooden buildings and tI Scholarships available. For catalogue address

:pretext that.:they didn't know any crude fire fighting apparatus offered i1i II 4
small check to a fire once it was under t WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN,
ti ffW
Si. t
way. Many histories state that

The ,fact that the golfing. experts the curfew was introduced into ,England Pile D, LL D., President,

will, p-tenng-! the duffer just how by William the Conqueror, who

.fA play; the game ought to be good :in 1068 ruled that on the ringing of ,

:- :news .for:'the duffer. It even may the curfew bell at 8 p. m. all fires

save'him.from'ending up in'the mad and lights should be immediately ex-

.ho se. As'matters have stood for a tinguished. Students "history have

,e' considerable 'periOd, ,the golfing re- discovered traces of a curfew in Eng-

cruit who;tried to learn the game,by land,in.much earlier times and insist 3lN yur.jm.fl
'reading-,the.different advice of different that it was in Oxford in the time of

4 ..golfing' experts nearly always Alfred the Great-The American

.contracted: delirium tremens or'some- Boy.


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I DAILY SIDE LIGHTS A POPULATION OF 109,000,000 I Ii STILTS ON' HENSA UHIIIIMMMHMMMMI : }
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Sodfc Fteriia StttiKl
.. 1 (By W.S. Branch) A census bulletin just issued puts I method for keeping his chickens
.
MORNING.AND'WEEKLY the population of the United Statesat from scratching up his garden has

rt' (fOftUUI _FBUiB Eft rlad Owwr.Intend It is unfortunate that the contractors 109,000,000. This is a gain of been hit upon by a Minnesota man.
about 7,000,000 since the last bulletin j' This man has not only a large num-
at tbs po toffk. at Orlando Floe I I should have allowed all of
L .. r.Bound CU ., MaQ Matter, those dark colored brick to go into was issued, four years ago. ber of chickens, but also prides him- r iI i

One hundred and nine self on a splendid vegetable garden. I
8UB8CBIPTION RATES the north front of the new school million persons 1
k '..u1 Year ... .................I1.00ib in the United States! What i His chickens are allowed to run at 1I I
airy I Month .;...................... 269L building on Magnolia avenue. They r do not his
They damage
Daily I Months ........................ 5 severely mar what would otherwisebe does that mean? large. garden I
<' : ,DB7..,1'Y, tb -........................_ sow.eky I II nor that of any of his neighbors.The .
a very pretty piece of brick work. It means first of all, that the country II
solution of the problem has been
; 1 Year ........................ tM7S They[ would look better in the foundation is too big to be run entirely from I I
} ..WeekbKootha ...................... '. i! reached by the use of little stilts attached -
or some more obscure por- Washington; that the necessity of j ,
to the back of the chicken'sfoot
s TO ADVERTISERS: tion of the building. efficient state and local governments I I
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is greater than it ever was before. |:
Cff to feplar ui tDluilMu etla itad set j "What is that you have on your
i,' atut W kaeVd ia st tilt kuteepCM It means that more attention must'I
tf tfce Baited Mt later tku t ,. The Ocala Banner published a chickens?" he was asked. I Ij
... *7 bcfm iBWkttiM. TUi nl applies cities and this section of Florida.It be paid to the problems of the organ- "Stilts," he answered. "You see
M. 'eIi!iII i to cMtnet ft4TertttBf: It 1* ization of industry-particularly to
D JandiWe''M .wHI be itrktly aAere4 te. is now in order for the Tampa when tha hen wants to scratch she
Tribune to publish a list showing the the distribution of labor; that where digs tha stilt into he ground, and that j
desiring The Sentinel dfcwnttwl the human interests involved
fefeerfep are so
n ibo M Mtifj the office in writins enMM difference in heat beween these same I makes her move along. She can not
I fete of expiration, rtherwfce it will bton&Mtd red hot towns and thermometrical large the old haphazard methods will tear up the garden with anything but
,
at the regular subscription rata.tin not answer.It .
Y aid,notfce to atop ii reeehred truthful; tireless Tampa. I her bill, and that does not amount to
. means a great and growing de- enough to worry about"The .
mand for foodstuffs, hence main-:I
SUNDAY, AUGUST 9,1914. a
stilts were attached to each of
The
should be
war profitablefor
very
tenance and ultimately an increase of
the manufacturers of American the legs of the chickens. The only
Bald heads are caused by brainwork lags. From indications it land values; that we are naturally time the stilts bothered the chickens ..
present less and less of food
i ,, and for, a similar reason :wo- will not be long until every ship on becoming a exporting was when it made the hen move forward .
nation that manufactures
I ;
men-have no beard on the chin. the high seas that is not engagedin must be relied on to supply' the deficit a pace. HAPPY WEEKSALE
#
o actual battle, will wish to be flying I in due to this cause. "It surprised many of the hens
i44 The real ,cause of this war has the star banner. I, exports when I first tried it out," he ex
; spankled that
It industries must be
never: 'been told, but we will tell it means plained. "But now they are used to
now: ,That apple Eve ate. encouraged, enterprise rewarded, if it, and one thing it has done is to
I o It is a peculiar kind of faith in the these millions of people are to find break them entirely from scratchingup H Hof

The Lake City Index tels of a fishing -, infinite, that causes Emperors, Kings the work they need; that manufac- the gardens."

;_ party' that returned "loaded and,other, monarchs to say "God bless tures must reach out and find foreign
markets-in South America and else-
and "May the providence of
you
1 down. Fish or snake bite medicine! SENTINEL IS ON THE WAY
M1\ o God be with 'you," when sending where-if they are to furnish em-

their brave soldiers and sailors into ployment to a proper part of this Positively EVERYTHING that we
What has become of the old fash. The State doesn't. get the Kissim-
, ioned general who marched his troops certain death, in a war for conquest, great and growing population.It mee, Bartow DeLand and, Orlando hare been showing for the past and
that the of the
and means population
more or less imaginary insultsto
up the hill and then marched them exchanges, which happen to be about
: United States, increasing at the present season inDRESS
down again? ,a flag or an individual. There pres- .
the best papers in the most prosperous
seems to be too much of the animal ent rate, should soon fill up and de-
o of Florida. Jacksonville
towns -
and the savage, and little of the velop all the waste places the continent i
If the,French nurses look anythingtike State.
spirit of the Master,'when leadersof ; that the era of intensive cul- GOODS
the French maids we see on this
in industry
tivation and higher efficiency
-
rush hot headed into
men
: .;side, you.can't blame the Frenchmanfor bloodywars. Prohibition is said to be so strictin
Far better have the spirit of is becoming an economic ne-
being,patriotic and getting shot. West Virginia now that snakebites
the man who said, "No one but a cessity; that the conservation policy rather
a gentleman can insult me and no of the government, wise as it may be, are regarded as blessings News SILKS
The Times-Union prints a pictureof than misfortunes.-Charleston
gentleman will ever do so." is likely soon to feel the strain of a
the beautiful Florida building that .
great western population.It
5.
will be erected at the San Francisco
that and
means big capital big
expositon-when that $250,000 is Mrs. Florence Moore McGowan, of industries are needed to supply the ReadytoWearsMillinery

.raised Mobile, Alabama, evidently believes :
demands of these millions as economically Courier.MoCULLOCH'S
;. o' that the "unwritten law" is for men and
and as quickly as possible,
,If,any,one in:the congregation can and women alike, even if the written that we have the greatest domestic

think out, a plan, of bringing about. laws do make exceptions in the market in the world, all at the dis- Etc. tWill

peace without fighting for it, now is case of female property holders. posal of the American producer.It .

the opportunity for making" everlasting therefore, when J. Leroy Brown, a means democracy on trial on a
fame. smart aleck of Pensacola, betrayed the Store I
scale big enough to stagger imag- Department
o Mrs. McGowans 15 year old daughter, ination-big enough to make its failure be offerd at

Two saloons recently :went out of she practiced Breathit County tacticson a world catastrophe its success
business in Ocala for lack of patron- the young gentleman while he man's greatest poltiical triumph.-

age and now several have failed to was in the court room trying to fix Chicago Herald. Jelly Tumblers \ .

apply for a renewal of their license in it up with the judge., When the ExtraordinaryReduction

St.,"Petersburg.A smoke of battle had cleared away,
o Leroy was a candidate for the under- IIIIIMIIIillMIIMMfi Fruit Jars

The Atlanta Journal is nagging taker's establishment. 'Sic semper

,them on, and,says.the first European bestiae. i T. F. HOURmIN

nation that gets licked will be the *, * allkindsPieseing
1 Licensed Plumber and
first to accept President Wilson's Are you watching the game of the .
Sanitary Engineer
offer of his services to bring about Southern League to see what "Our JI
'
pea-\ -e. Birmies" are doing? Well, they are Estimates Attended Furnished. JobblncPrompt'

o not quite at the top of the list, but | to. Kettles Actual Costs have not been considered at

'The afternoon papers have secured they 'are playing every day and PHONE 629
Everything priced for
a:number of scoops on naval battles manage to cop enough games to stay 106 Court Street

that ,never occurred off the coast of up in the third position from the top
t; Maine and,in ,the North Sea. Next and occasionally get up to second ORLANDO, FLORIfA 20 S. Oraige Avenie.IMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHH. ONE WEEK'S SELLING

'thing we, know they will have Germany place for a day or two. They are 421lmIHMMItHMimMiMM

taking Peruna. not tail enders by any means.

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.days concealed A white ago,' at weapons.man Eissimmee was fined An for epidemic$200 carrying a few of I,illllliMilMMilliiltilllltMMItMIMIMMIMIillllllllllllMIIMII THERMOS BOTTLES III HUM*; S SALE l[ COMMENCES[ [S


such fiDes,,together with a brief imprisonment .

sentence, :will do wonders received. We refill broken bottles. \
discouraging pistol carrying. Factory shipment just

o ii TUESDAY[S r H HAUGUST
With the ,fighting 'nations;:hurling McELROY'S PHARMACY

',ultimatums, defiances, armies, aero-
j z planes, aviators, columns, bombs, .Give IS a Trial Qtick Delivery fat Brags. PIONE 20. Trywr lee Cream. !

fleets, volleys, etc, and with the par- IIIIIMMMMMIIiMMMMiMMMiMMiMMMIHMIMIIIIIMMIIMtlMtllilffr'

agraphers hurling adjectives, it is II Im4

pretty fair'weather for hurling. IMillHIIIIIIMitmilllMtMIHIHIIiMttlllllMIHIIHIIMilMATTRACTIVE ,
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A Paris dispatch says that all

Americans leaving France now will

have to leave their trunks behind I

them, until! the war is over. Rather ONE WEEKOf t

hard on the women who filled those. GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES
,trunks with the latest Paris styles.A .
. Jovial Jollity a week of irresistable
o Commencement Day-an- important event in the

German has suggested feeding lives of young people should receive some fitting markof Bargains-A week of mirth making Val.

cattle ,on yeast. If beef rises any appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the ues that will make each succeeding day a
more porterhouse steak will take the occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of
place of jewelry and we will read of Jewelry? more than pleasurable one-

,Miss ,Hyfiyer wearing a beautiful

beefsteak lavalier at the'latest tango. DIAMONDS AND WATCHES Y'<, READ OUR SPECIAL CIRCULAR

0 .
The change of time at Miami has We direct the attention of relatives and friends to

done lots of good, and those un- the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this Come f

,. washed blankets in the city jail will store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new- .'
'
k be replaced by new ones. The old 3 est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Diamond -

ones had been in use, two years with or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values Save ! and Be Happy ! '

,only a couple of washings and had and assortment.A .
become broken and cracked: in sev. visit to our store win be appreciated and involves

'eral places. :, no obligation .to buy.T.H.Evansthe. ,.. .

o
An exchange tells how to avoid ill.'ness'during *

hot weather, thusly:

y "Eat sparingly bathe frequently, refrain

't from violent exercise, don't get .' .
.c. excited, don't overwork,, 'stay away

" from crowds, don't get lonesome, and
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keep out of the sun." Why should DICKSONIYES C O.

dead men fear illness?


'" The Tallahassee o Record has a wire-

( grass report that Hayes Lewis will] Jeweler DEPARTMENTAL STORE

run for governor. Hayes has made

', such a ,success in separating the *

plutes from their money, through the OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE '" ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEof

i medium of the income tax, that he
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will doubtless subdue any gubernatorial -
.itching,he may feel and continueto EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

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f ,ORLANDO- .,.FLA.Mrs. Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHAt

Admission
: ; 5 cents
( the Lucerne)

Joft M.:Cook spent,yesterdayin Rev. Edward T. Poulson D. D,

Tampa with relatives. imitiMMtmimiiitiit pastor.Sunday. .- ,.
MONDAY'S. PROGRAM school promptly at 9:30a. '"''f
,Mr.:W. ,T. McCleiion, 'of Lakeland, L BUYS, AND SELLS Imp. Drama. King Baggot in "The m. All classes (except the Baraca -
way an.Orlando visitor yesterday. ) meet in the Lucerne. Mr. SamuelA.
Touch
of Child in two
.
a parts. "
Capt. B..M.. Sims;'was among the REAL ESTATE Powers. Comedy. "Hawkeye and Newell, superintendent. (Jpl It It llen's"

' Ocoee citizens who ,visited Orlando the We Cheese are still Mystery.giving" away a basketof and Public 7:30 p.worship m. at 10:45 a. m. and nl

'yesterday. fruit and a pass for. the entire Morning" subject, "Life's Minor

The' new organ ,at the Methodist t week every evening. Chords.
south ofVin Subject of evening sermon, "Con-
church will not'be ready for: use before 600 acres straining Love." --f.fGive -
O'NEAL WILL GO TO
next Sunday.Dr. ter Garden and west of INDIANAP- Young'People's meeting (in Baraca
OLIS FOUR TIME A YEAR room) at 6:30 Mr. Eugene Reid,
;
) ., J. B, Mills of Clarcona, was Gotha, including 10 acre president. us a chance to show
among the business transactors in the Prayer and fellowship meeting on
The en- The Sentinel dispatch received on you the newest styles in
orange grove.
county metropolis yesterday. Wednesday night at 7:30.
_ tire tract covered with Thursday night from Winnepeg, Canada All Sunday services of the church watches.
.Mt:. and Mrs L. S. Thornton" left announcing the election of Hon. and school will be held in the Lu- We will trade in
yesterday afternoon for Elberton,Ga., yellow pine timber. Two W. R. O'Neal as a member of the cerne. We find this building well arranged your pres-

where they wilt visit for some time. miles of lake shore.IMIMMIiMMIHIMMM. board of control of the insurance de and adapted for our work. ent watch or movement, al-
Electric fans, comfortable seats
Mr.,Will.H. Hyers, son,of Mr. and partment of the Knights of Pythias tentive ushers. You are cordially, at-invited ,- lowing you a liberal amount.If .

Mrs.,Frank Hyers, who h been. visiting contained one slight error There are to worship with us. The pea you have any idea of

4' the far West since last April, nine members of the board of control ple's popular services on Sunday getting a watch we would appreciate I

,returned yesterday.f I The new Methodist church in Or- stead of three, as the dispatch night. the opportunity of '. \'

,f iss Roberta Chambers, who ,has lando that ,has just been finished at stated. showing "

/been- the attractive guest of Miss Dorothy -1 a'cost'of about $50,000 has been provided The position to which Mr. O'Nealwas PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev. Our you. win '.' : .
I v prices surprise
',' /McDaniel for some time, left .with a splendid new pipe organ elected is one of high honor, .
Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor. '
for her home in which has just'been installed. It though it no salary and the report ;
pays
yesterday ,, Tampa Sunday school at 9:45 a, m.; W. R. ..
'i Mrs. E. V. Whittaker and daughter was found necessary for the congregation that it was one of considerable O'Neal, superintendent. .
I 'left to worship in the Sunday I emoluments was only started as a Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. you.Allen&Co
Elizabeth, yesterday for.
"Pillars of the
Morning sermon,
school last accountof
room Sunday on
joke by some of Mrf-O'Neal's friendsa
.their :home in Tampa. Mrs. Whit-: Temple."
taker.,(has been visiting,, her:' mother, the auditorium being obstructed bit of kidding that was believedby Evening sermon, "Expediency."
Mrs/ft; G.Abernethy.Messrs. II with the large boxes and cases containing many people. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8
Jewelers
parts of the organ. Orlando The position will require Mr. O'Nealto p.
:
J..,A. Sims'and C; A. Tom- has had boom in church build- m.All services will be held in the Sun-
quite a make visits
; quarterly to Indianapolis -
Jdns/orominent Orlando citizens of ,Taftwerein ing, if.we may be permitted to use and he will be paid mileage and I day building school is undergoing room while repairs.A the .church o Reliable RepairingflllllillMIIHMIIMIIIHMIIilMIIIIMtlllitMMt. flQ
: ,yesterday greeting their 'in such connection within
such a term a per diem for these trips. cordial invitation is extended to
.friends and attending to business the past year or so, and the resultIs all services.

.matters or will be pretty soon, three hand- SAN JUAN UNDERGOING BIG : ..
#. ,Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Green were some new churches, the Methodist, IMPROVEMENTSWhen CHRISTIAN SCIENCE '

s .among the passengers leaving via the the Baptist and the Presbyterian, the San Juan hotel changesto Q f

Coast Line'yesterday afternoon, their that wil compare favorably with similar the American plan about November Sunday school, 10 a. m. 3
,destination being Fitzgerald,. Ga., Services at 11 a. m.; subject, .
edifices in any other city of the .
-1st it will be one of the most up "Spirit." D1b.1"
where: they will visit relatives. and
size anywhere.-Tampa Times. to date hotels in the state. Hot and Wednesday evening meeting, 7:45.

,friends. Advertising can not take a vaca- cold water is being placed in every Third floor, corner South Orange '
Bicycle,'thieves are getting' aboutas avenue and Church street. Entranceon
tion without a sacrifice to business. room and a number of new bath rooms Church street. ell
,numerous as chicken thieves used The accumulated values of previous added. The call bell system will be 1lOCI I I

l- '..to be:in this,section, and scarcely a months or years immediately beginto done away with and telephones installed CATHOLIC CHURCH

day :passes ,that the police authorities shrink or evaporate when adver- in each room. i

here do not receive' notification in : tising ceases. Is your business as The biggest change will be in the Tenth Sunday after Pentecost.

';4. regard to theft. of 'vehicles of this good now as when you advertise? It dining rooms. In addition to the ho- Mass and sermon, 9 a.,m.

sort will, invariably cost more to make tel dining room, where regular meals Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament &P .J71Ig-.IJhtt

Mr; and Mrs. Walter:. F.,Bettis and good the shrinkage than to omit the will be served, a first class cafe will immediately class after Mass.

_'. two children came'up yesterday afternoon vacation. Had you thought of it in i serve everything that can be obtained All Enquiry welcome. 7:30 p. m.

from Tampa and are going to this way? If not compare records of I at the best cafes in the larger cities.

,enjoy j :rural life for a time, occupyingMr. your business during the months There will also be a quick lunch room ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRALHoly

.. aijd Mrs:; W. E. 'Hudson's suburban when you advertised freely with where hurried meals may be obtained.The .

': home Mrs. Bettis is a niece of those of the weeks you lay dormant. barber shop will be moved one Communion, 7:30 a. m. .

'this ,estimable couple, who at present We have the remedy that will revive door north where alterations are now Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. We Please Others '

: ,are,enjoying life in Connecticut. Before the business, it is advertising spacein being made, and all the improvementsart Morning prayer and sermon, 10:30.
', *' ber9'marriage; she was ,Miss the SentinelMr. expected to be complete by No- Evening prayer,, 7:45.
The Rev. Henry R. Remsen, dean.A .
"t Emma,Hudson, and lived-in Orlando F. B. Terrell, one of Lakeland's vember 1st. Wecanpleaseyou .

'.- where:she.still'has, scores of' friends., prominent business men, is in Orlando THOUGHT FOR SABBATH

'J..;,H., 'Sadler, of' 'Oakland, ,in. Orange today to see his wife who is ,here 50 MEN WANTED MORNING A Trial is all ask .

t county, has determined to dynamite visiting, at the home.of her\. brother, I Fifty men are wanted at the Baraca we
.' one thousand of his oldest and :Dr. N. J. Merck. Mr. Terrell is en- class, in the Arcade building on Pine
"Ez for I call it murder-
e. lagestorange :trees.- ,No,'he'doesn't gaged in the manufacture of wagons ,street, Sunday morning. Will you be war,
There have it an' fiat
' want toy;loll them but to cure them and other vehicles in that city, and one of them? The Baracas need you, you plain ;
: - I don't want to no furder
and 'promote:'their growth ;and increase for a number of years was similarly and you need the Baracas. Come and go
Than for that""My
. their. bearing.' These' 'trees are engaged in this city. He has a host enjoy a profitable hour 9:30 to.10:30 my Testyment

'old'and the,tap.roots have gone down of friends who are glad to see him. a. m., with splendid young men.
soul, there is a countrie THE SANITARY GROCERY j
to f underlying rock,'or clay and Mr. Chas. P. McCrory, of DeLand, Strangers especially welcome.
Afar the stars
beyond ,
have become diseased. The, owner court stenographer for the seventh
-thinks: that dynamiting ,will loosen judicial circuit, spent yesterday inOrando. THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERYThe Where stands a winged sentrie, CARUTHERS & GORE
All skillful in the
fifth episode of the "Million wars. .
up_,the hard stratum,below and allow .
Dollary Mystery" will be shown at There, above noise and danger,
the..rood to grow more,.thus promoting Mrs. S. ,M. Connor and daughter, the Lucerne Monday. ,This serial Sweet peace sits crowned with smiles, Phone 2006&8E.Pine

the'growth.and general health of Miss ,Dorothy, were visitors to Orlando story proves more interesting and And born in
the .trees. It is expected also that yesterday from Victoria.Mr. :exciting with each and every serial. one a manger Street *
this treatment'will permit the moisture For those who have not seen all of Commands the beautious files.
-
'. ; W. A. Lightfoot, of Tampa, one i the first four serials, we have news-
.:to, : get to:the,roots more freely with the serial stories that .
of the state's popular commercialmen papers so CAMPING PARTY RETURNED ***** ''UHttllllltlllllMtM
j and where,the ground is too wet thatit they may acquaint themselves with
,will(drain it -Tampa, Times. was in Orlando yesterday.Mr. all that has gone before. YESTERDAY AFTERNOON ':
T. O'Neil/of, Plant City, was "The Severed Thong," a two reel It III II intMiiiMHimiiiMMtHiiimiiMiiiitiiuGRAND

EXPERIENCED Automobile ,Driver. in Orlando yesterday on business. Majestic" feature, and "The Widow's The party of young people who
Mite, a one reel Thanhouser, will
Can drive,;;any make of car. Will the bill spent the week camping at Clay .

work rates. by James hour McClellan or day. ReasonableJ 103 Robinson EQUAL SUFFRAGE LEAGUE complete On Thursday Cyril Scott will appear Springs returned about six o'clock VIEW I
in "A Day of Days," another afternoon auto .
t Orlando. 883tPARTY yesterday some by
,. ; ave. Famous Players film.Adv.The .
'.f and others by train. They report a :
There:will be a special meeting of ,
,twtth $200 cash and salesman most enjoyable week and many vis- : .
commissioners of St. Petersburg '
-" the ,Orlando Equal Suffrage League city
& ability can secure perma- I
'p. itors during the week.
nent portion as local manager for on Tuesday August 11th, at 4 o'clock, were notified by a "representative I , ,
firm with established agencies through in the room lately occupied by the of the John Nuveen Bond- The'party was chaperoned by Mrs. I
Florida Address, Sentinel, Box A. Mulholland and was composed of the : Newest and most up-to-date hotel in
People's bink, in the Arcade bui'ding, ing House of Chicago that the bonds j
8-9-lt O following people: Misses Dor- :
young
f to make plans for Self-Sacrifice Day which were purchased by that firm

AUTOMOBILE ,FOR SALE and to transact such other businessas could not be paid until the financial Margaret othy and Mulholland Ella Siemens Minna Elbeth Harris and I: Canton. Situated on Academy Heights.

"if yoJ .have $400 ,and ,are in the I may come before the league. situation of the world was in a more and Pauline Nuchols;,Messrs. George : Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River
market'for a good car at a sacrifice By order of the acting president. settled condition. The commissionersare '
Dolive Jack Brandon, Robert Lewter,
can'get Hudson 33 1912 mod- ,
you a JESSIE MALLORY THAYER. not worried, as the Nuveen company -
'el in good condition.' Call San. Juan 8-9-2t is considered safe. Rudolph Wichtendahl, Sidney Newell Valley. One of the finest views in Wesj j
Garage. 8-9-1 .
t and Billy Mulholland.HAS

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Columbus domestic has either
p
made an exhaustive study of antomo-

: biles from an economic standpoint MRS. J. R. McFADYEN
or had several weeks' wages coming ,

from an automobile driving employer

when she penned the following: "Ifa CANTON N. C.
6-20-d&w
great many people now inclined to ,

f, Fifth Episode of the "Million Dollar Mystery." Papers envy those knew who some ride of around the cases in,automobiles with MtlllllliMMMMMHMHMMMMMIIIimiMiilUNOTICE .


serials will be furnished free to those which I am acquainted, of practical .
Don't
wait
for
containing previous starvation of whole families so that every one In town to .
have Entrican, the painter, before

: wishing same. they the'envious can feed ones the would machine be more gasoline con-, The City Council of the City of 'I' up.you try.Phone 636aandbusy will be look on the

Orlando, Florida, will meet in special
tent with their own lot. I know fam- Hall Saturday, Job. 1-20-tf-
session at the City on ;
"Severed Thong, a two. reel Majestic."Widow's .. ilies living in the swell districts of August 25th, 1914, at 8 o'clock sum., ,

7 r town, ,who, when riding around in for the purpose of reviewing, correcting __
their automobiles happen to ;and equalizing the city assessment t
Mite"a onexreel Thanhouser. pass roll for the year 1914, and for
some workman's house and smell the the hearing and determining of peti- G-.CO

odor of a square meal cooking, can- tions relating thereto. All persons
!
conversation for five having any complaint must make and
not carry on ,a
file the same in writing with the City Insect KillerVill

that_Dollar Box of Candy and,the, Pass will be given. awayagain I wa minutes t&rinr.,on* account of their mouths Clerk said hearing.on or before the 'day set for Rid

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' ." CARL JANSEN City Clerk.

tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent cl Jir I The last of the' palms donated by Aug. 4, 1914. 8-4-4t Your house of all insects.

. "' .c ,Thoeaas'L Edison. to the city of. !Fort' :
,. '
. ',_,.,." I: Myers have been set out and,with. the I Ir LOST-Kit of automobile tools in Quarts 35c. Gallon $1.00
.. $, / reseat',rains: have' improved wonder rolL Return to Sentinel office and ,
i, : fully. They are' planted for a. mile receive reward. 8-4-2t For sale by {
5: 5 Ceils
f First FINr,10 Cats likwy, Ceib. : :.,OHm,, and a. half along,McGregor. boulevard.
.
sale
VINES for Choice
'. Mfr_ __ .. i< _ . n'. ,fi, ",' '. '. s>; : c ,:{ :{ .. <. .. _ .. ,' aid in a few years will be as large as POTATO. Nancy Hall vines at 307 East Pine Carruthers & Gore j
those In, :Sther parts of the city. street. 8-6-6t ;
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; t tocIOtoIx! ? I Notice of MUNNIMAKERS Lost, Wanted. For Sale Far 4v 1 r

I tent, etc. for this column, 25c for one day: .
5 9c for three days, or 11.00 for OM week for
%5 word or lees. Money most accompany
S the advertisements for thia coloou, u no
Motion will be made on credit
r .
'f If you suffer with ,dyspepsia or indigestion, telephone *
0-;,' THE CITY DRUG STORE to send you one FOR SALE ORLANDO
. i dozen pints SHIVAR GINGER ALE. Drink one Nursery stock, one, two, three and
I four old buds Foster
,
year Early
? pint,with each, meal and, if not relieved, I am authorized Pineapple, Java, Homosassa; Wash
- I to charge, it to the manufacturer.TONICDIGESTIYEDELICIOUS. ington Navel.: Address Mrs. M.Kahley

Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-lS-tf Royal Cement Plaster and Perfection Lime
Agatite
,

'SRIYR H GINGER I f ALE WOOD FOR SALE

}4 a ; For the month of August I will *t!,**II**!!!!III',.,,,.. I." ..,+**+... ....I,' I .. ..1.1..I r.,1.III1.I..c b

sell, at my farm, pine at 85 cents per
i i 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. 730.1m
Orlando Bank & Trust Co.
t Water. Sold under
a positive guarantee to relieve FOR SALE-One five passenger ,
.any.case of dyspepsia or indigestion, or your money touring car; a big bargain. Will
Orlando Fla.
refunded. sell for ?30fr cash. Apply this office. '

., Bottled by SHIVAR SPRING, Shelton S. C. 730tf. At the Close of Business June 30th,1914. t

'.i -SOLD BY- FOR SALE-Best quality heart pine RESOURCES.
fence posts. See L. N. Lewis, 406S.

The CITY DRUG STORE iJ. : East street. 7-14-lmo Loans and Discounts II.. .. II .. .. .. . .. II $379,514 36

Over-Drafts.. . . . . .. " . .. . . . 622 34
WANTED-To in good condition exchange, for Victrola Vose piano and, Stocks and Bonds II ,II...-. II. .. . II. . II 26,01833 .
; J. L, DEAN, Prop. Orlando, Fla. records. Piano may be sees at For- Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37
mosa. Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland, Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . .'. 291,393 48
ak Fla.
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WANTED-Couple to live on country $724,185 88
YOUTH KILLED BY LIGHTNING place. Call or address, 400 West LIABILITIES.j.
3 ]DR. F. C. BOARDMAN Central avenue. '

-- Capital Stock .. .. . . . . .. .. .. . . .. ? $100,000 00
Dade City, Fia., Au 7. Almon '
; DENTIST WANTED-Permanent position by Surplus and Undivided ProfitsReDiscounts . . . . . . . ; 39,961 35
I
Thompson, was instantly killed and woman with family to support. Experienced .. . . . . . .. .. . . .. .. .. : None i
' George Corrigan severely injured by Boardrifan Building in clerical and executive Bills Payable . . . . . .. .. . .'. .. . . .. None
here aoJt'of) lightning at Saint Leo, near work people.and capable Orlando of and handling Chicago forceof references Deposits . . .. .. .. .. .. . .. . . . .: .. 582,669 47

yesterday' afternoon. They were Office Hours: furnished as to character and Due to Banks . .. .. ;. . . . ... ..\ .. . 1,55506
,pushing,ra boat from the bank into
i I. 6:30 to 12:00 1:30 to 4:00 ability. 7-19-tf
'the;lake where they intended to fish,
: when they,were'struck. Telephone MO.Griffin.g's'Trees. FOR.RENT $724,185 88

When Corrigan'regained consciousness ,! Reserve Carried by the Bank . . .. .. . $291,393 48
he Was,lying in shallow water FOR RENT-Cheap, small cottagenear Reserve required by Law . .. . . . . 116:533: 89
with his head against the boat, and W. E. Stevenson's, DeLaney

Thompson was lying with his head street enson,, or south.Mrs.Inquire Dr. Anderson.of Mrs. Stev- Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $111,859 59

... under water Corrigan is better today Deposits! on June 30, 1913 . .. .. .. . . $527,758 01
He is the Give
and will recover.. son Results FOR RENT-Two office spaces in Deposits on June 30,1914INCREASED . . . . . . 582,669 49
of Dr.'J. F. Corrigan.; Order our store'at No. 9'W. Church street
ROSES and ARBORVI-
.At Zephyrhflls' a horse belongingto TAES, PALMS your and ONNAMENTALSnow. Electric Come in and Co.we will show you. 3-29-tf Pierce II.. II' .. .. . .. .. $54,911 48
Dr. W 'c. Rice, which was being .
Office opposite P. 0. .
; driven, to a buggy at the time, was .
of the Orlando Bank Trust
The
&
I management Co., endeavorste
i GRIFFING'S TO RENT-Some desirable mod-
also struck and ,killed by lightning, TREES GIVE RESULTSOne very
r ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
but two of the
occupants buggy reason 4-26-tf treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
1Jjured.l The Griffings the best
. l were most experienced are propagaters and Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
f in the state, and one or more MISCELLANEOUS safely conducted bank are cordially invited.JIIIII1tilII .
ALLAN LINER PUTS BACK of the five are always on the

y ,round. DYNAMITING done in all its branches. : : IIIIIII'ttllllIIIIIIt.tltlllll: :.

Montreal, Canada, Aug. 7.:-The I V H. BROKAW Clearing land is our specialty.Let .
Allan liner'Sicilian which sailed from : Salesman us do 'your work. Estimates :,i" MM.....MI.....iiimoMMMtmiimmmtMttmttttmemtmmmmH

a 'Montreal for London last Saturday Grapefruit and Orange Trees cheerfully given. I. N. Lewis, 406S. tmmmiiMmiiomiMmmmmmmmtmmitimmmmminmMAnd
morning is, returning to Quebec. I East street. 7-14-lmo
.Somewhere in the region of Cape
5 Race she changed her course and First class Brazing specialty at 1
: Warman's Repair Shop o t Court St 1
back.Five .
timed Mimmathv
_ 12-5-tf. $$15
liners sailed from Montreal

the day before the ,Sicilian left ForJjalejiModern Rubber Stamps made to order' at 1
t N thing! has' been heard ,of them Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf. ,
since. The Megantic is on the way
to Liverpool, the Grampian and the A Sentinel want ad. carries your '
r Athenia to Glasgow, the Manchester 8-room : story to hundreds of all classes, each RETURN Frog Jaclisoriville

_ Corporation to Manchester, and the House '2 doors day meeting all needs with quick re
\ Lake Manitoba, to Liverpool. : ; sults. Get the want habit today, it Tickets on Sale August 12th, Return Limit, August 30th.

west Wyom- : : pays. -
For Illustrated Booklet and Full Information Address
- TWO LINERS REACH QUEENS. ,
t TOWN ing Hotel. Bar- ; ; GOOD BLOOD CIRCULATION
H. BRETNEY L & N R. R.
,gain.. i : Is necessary to life. Good newspa- ,
Queenstown, Ireland, Aug. 7.-The 11 per circulation makes advertisingpay.
}3 Cunard. Line ,steamer _Carmania and : IB****. Advertisers in the Sentinel Q 134 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. t
the British steamer*Kumerio, the lat ; ; know it has the circulation.

t with a.cargo of wheat from Galveston A. L Bentley, : .oIIIIII"IIIIII.e OIII'e. > 'fr +frmmm.Mfrfr};0frtHHK-ommH
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arrived here last O'II'II III"I'IIIIII'II.e"II'GII'IOQI' IICII'IQ'1111.eel..tt.DII..I..ltlt
for Germany, I
+ i NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
10 L AMELIA AVE :
,night escorted by a cruiser.
:s : potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. \\\ \" \\ '\\'!
1 '111 I I t ,II, Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant lllllllt \ \\\ \1' \\ \\\\\ \
A telephone line to Pass-a-Grille Co.. Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf
has ,been proposed. This town has
Who is your painter and decorator? .Jf
been working for a line for several &ji
WE FIT
GLASSES, GRIND LENSES If you are satisfied keep the one'you
P years., ,It is not yet.known whether
have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican
'. a'cable'or a line over the keys will be AND DO ALL KINDS. OF No. 636. 1-20-tf

used.. OPTICAL REPAIRING


To :be, convinced. of the producing .' TheyWere-to H

power of Sentinel want ads.-try one.oSTEQPATIIY. Annual ExcurcionAugust .

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.y. t. ... -, 12VIA be Married SoonCame
DR. L H. RAMSDEU
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DR. J. C .HOWELL
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.. EMM, 10-12,3-5, and by appointmentNo OPTOMETRIST
;. eitrt charge for boase treatmentTelephone to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of

connectionsOffie (SoeceMor to Dr. 0. P. Utim) Atlantic Coast LineRATES four or five rooms They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable'

i. cor. Orange and Central Area ORLANDO - FLORIDA yet the amount ol money which they had available for the furnishing of their ,

home made expensive peices prohibitive.

.IIII- IIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIII'We FROM ORLANDO They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.
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We offered a lew suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were
C'1' : Washington, D. C. .. $ 22.00 much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they
Will Put the Reinsof I
Richmond, Va. . . . 20.00 thought they should want.

Norfolk, Va. . .. .. . 20.00 After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doing

I Success in Your Proportionate low rates from the best possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their or-

other South Florida Points
der with us.This.
Hands is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are
I RATES FROM JACKSONVILLE -
pleasing.
z How? By furnishing you with I We carry an extensive stock of( serviceable, attractive homefurnishings

Wilmington, N. C. . $ 12.00 grading from the lowest priced which are good, to the very best. Your appro-
;; ; a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative Winston-Salem, N. C. 11.00 priation for furnishing your home may be anything from 175 toloooor more

RE ; call on you. He, will give you a Hot Springs, Va. . . 18.50 ":--you'can make the most out with us. ,

Roanake, Va. .. ... ... 16.25
:. ; formula that will make and mature Chattanooga,TeD 1. .. 13.80

i fruit Tate Station, Tenn. . 15.50 '
your
Moateagle, Tenn. ... 15.05 l" Snowden

Mammoth Cave, Ky. 17.95 Kincaidof

Warm Springs, Va. . 9.00

'T Southerli F rtilil r Co.k .'Tickets sold August August 30th 12th t limit Character at Popular Prices.


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I pass Office 32 Put 31 FLORIDA
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.. FULLY EQUIPPED AND DELIVERED $1,285 town
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: Wheel base, 112 inches; motor, 1-2x5; four cylinders: cast Rooms with bath $1.00. ,

". en bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission;
-I 'axles-front, I-beam; rear, semi-floating; single drop frame; 12- Special I rates for room and board b y the. "

inch brakes; internal and external;; springs-rear, three-quarter ,

elliptic; front, semi-elliptic: ,' underslung; Holley carburetor; 15 week,,''' ,: . ,.\
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V-shaped radiator; trimmings.
11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side
tail lamps, electric horn, pump jack, tools and tire repair outfit.

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THE ,AIR' FLEETS UNIQUE INDUSTRY He is His Own Supreme Court. .; "111111111111111"IIIIIIIIIIGII IIIIII'I'lli"I'II iii7llt1
But.what. good will it do Barnessue
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Roosevelt The Colonel can be
;The ,great conflict now'raging Orlando heads the list of Florida to overrule decision
." ;:am ng:the, powers of Europe promises cities when it comes ,to industries out i depended that goes on against him.-Philadelphia any

'not'only" to be a struggle for su- of the ordinary. That city has the Inquirer. w. M. SLEMONSNew

:i. pre W. i'oniland'and sea but'for supremacy . distinction of being one out of four 1 .
hi'the air as well has !
; cities in the United States that a ;
OPEN ALL NIGHT :
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M France, Russia and 'England will "turtle factory." No, they don't manufacture j
The City Drug Store is at your service -
:I'send their vast air'fleets 0 against the.gianV.Zeppelins I I turtles there, but they do ( both day and night Prompt, :

of the Germans.In can this species of reptile into soup dependable, courteous. tf Il. Goods
Arriving Daily
;; a: :measure the present European and ship to all, parts of the United ,
:, .War-Will' settle"for alltime the States. The common soft-shell turtle I
:iTelative merits>f the 'aeroplane and I is, used and they average about twen- I l. FOR SALEBARGAIN """

-, the dirigible balloon 'as: _engines of i ty ,pounds each, but recently an old I
estruc on. .In the development of timer weighing about, fifty pounds;I

'the'latter type aircraft. Germany Tat canned. One other like industry ':'III (
stands She has nine of the is located in Mexico.-Zolfo Truth. !IIII
Supreme.
: We sell Hats
'' I high grade.Men's Clothing made by John B. Stetson & Co.
t:giant, Zeppelins... ;. fully equippedand, i
five"more. nearingcompletion., Work made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.Elliott's ,
'
1O 1-
': thes is rushed with IsIIIIfMueNTHE
all
: being
poSe Three tracts
on
ten acre
Boys' Suits "Lord Baltimore" brand. Table Linen and Towel
,
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.abie
speed They from 450 to
: range :
: '.62b, ;feefin: lengthy; ,are 'equipped with [ NE[W GRAND' Orlando and Kissimmee road, Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. :l lI
motors diving from.350.'to:420,horse only two and one half miles
Co. Best place in the city to trade.
r. power,; and carry light three inch from the post office, Orlando. :
guns which have been successfully HOTEL
: ,fired >tin maneuvers They: : speed !;Will sell one or all. Theprice

'through'the air.at the:rate of forty will double when the .

;:or, fifty nUes. 'an hour brick road is laid. Other W. M. SLEMONS' '

( .All;:the'Zeppelin s' are of.the ,rigid Abstlitely First Class 1 small for
: tracts I
:type, :the."outer -shell framework: grove purposes

'.. being:'of alumnium,construction. In- I Rooms with bath, hot ; at buying values. Also ORANGE AVENUE
.side framework are the silk bags, I 'and cold desirable and city
: water., : :i, groves
F4 as manyf as'seventeen'in' some of the : I ..
round: at that 1II1'11111 1111'l t"11411111'11111'111111111111&'I'II'11.1..111111111111.
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Open
} largest types, filled with, hydrogen ypar I'property
'ga .' 'Th e advantage of a'number of I Summer rates through I attention.

anall: bags':lies in" the ability of thairship | ,August and September. "
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otherwiseout 'of commission 723lmHtiMIHIMMMMtlllMH; 111 South Orange Ave., Crowd Floor . i.;

Austria.also has several rigid,dirigibles Phone No. 311
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'and Italy has three or:four. If : TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD : :

Italy! joins.in.with Germany and'Aus-j ., r/
trig, the':triple alliance 'will have at f

'craftOn its, disposal. ,31 of 'this type of air. i: fdre DAILY $8E-TWEENe 3 2!! < COOK WITH GAS .. :f

:. :theother! hand England, France BUFFALO Sl ft"

.and"Russia' can muster 34 gas bag '' CLEVELAND f. II
f: 'airships, but they.are all much smaller .

:: 'than theZeppelins! and are of'the 6. Speed :
-no -rigid'or semi-rigid type. -- .., .... 1. Convenience t

-The. triple.entente,,formed by these ""-a-..: ... = 7. Efficiency ,
:three countries,:will'pin their faith to -- 2. Comfort > .

-Sheir- rather than .to, the
aeroplanes THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE" 8. Safety
'balloon.' It isestimated. that the en- = 3. Cleanliness '
L-gth 500 feet;laWth 98 rSacha;510 staterooms and pulon aaemmodat'mg 100 -- :
tent I his 1,860 aeroplanes against pRo _Crates ta cod-larger in all proportion* richer in til arppn--h-J1aa uj tenner oa
folio water of the world. In sump June litb.Ifagtti4ieentSteamen"SEfANDBGtrof. 9. Perfect Regulationof
.the'700 of alliance. France;:especially :
Erie"and"Cty of Buffalo 4. Simplicity
has.,,developed the army aero Daily-BUFFALO ,and.CLEVELAND-May lt to Dec.lit Heat .
plane to a high state of efficiency and 'Letrede .
LemBo&b 4 9:00 P.M. lMia 9:00 P.M.
.uses both:the monoplane and the biplane AxriraaeTdud WOXM.: .ArriwBofliU . 7JOA.M. ErLstaa 5. Accessibility
j ( 9nsdard.Time) 10. Economy' i iI
,-:.although the former predomi- CMmeetiaMit(3cWaadforP l4..B*,.ToUoDetn. tndanpoiBttTertndSaati-,.Railroad
... .
tkkett UaawiOreUwl ;
work the reading :pe4/011ftnuportatloa- teamen.Aik
nates. For scouting mono- *
:, your ticket....for ticket via'C&B.Line.i,.JFrita m tot laud8mM'iDllllrated booklet free :
,plane'has: proved to be more'successful THE"CLEVELAND & BUFFAiTO'TRANSIT. Cleveland, 0.
because of the greater speed it .

'can"'attain and the, fewer' '"chances, of 1. CONVENIENCE : :

j discovery.by,the enemy. -

\,\' _The Italian aviators, are, the only I : Did you ever sleep over in the morning or come home late in the after. .

I" 'airmen who ,have 'received_ actual : > noon and have to start a fire and wait for the wood stove to "heat up?" tI

I ;training,in aerial warfare. .The Italians Did you ever want to make tea or heat up some milk and couldn't because :
I used aeroplanes in
successfully ,:
.. you would have to start a fire in the range for a few minutes work? Did : :
I their..campaign in, Tripoli :and'also -i&
I ; ttined-tr certainmeasure of successESfnth : i: "II' : you ever want to start something cooking and go off and leave it to entertain : :

',.semirigid.dirigibles.1 I : : your company, but couldn't leave the wood range going. Did you : I'. :
.
| -:-England: s.one'. fast though II : ever-but what's the use? We could keep on giving instances all day why II.I

I xmmelldirigible'attached:, to, her navy. ,.: it is "Convenient" to COOK WITH GAS. : :
I a"laic'is' the Astra Torres' IV., which II
I Twentiy:made E fifty-one miles an.hout BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS .We will let you be the judge. Is it "Convenient" to strike a match and : II

': against a:twelve mile'wind. It is ofI LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS turn a valve-and have your fire going in an instant, any time you want it? :

the non--rigid type and_,_can. be de- II
\ Effective from August 1, 1914 to August III
I tated and packed aboard a warship. I
and guaranteed against any reduction -
I The Tickers and Armstrong firms,are 1,1915 ,
1 |now :constructing two rigid airships during that time:

I 'for 'the English admiralty.. These, Touring Car - $555.00 ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
I when completed, will ':resemble theZeppelins

I :. ,England also ,has one Runabout - 505.00 : GAS DEPARTMENT ,:
I naval Parseval, 270 feet 'long., The F. 0. B. Orlando. AD can telly equipped.Pnrtker. .. t
I Astra'Torres is lightly smaller. There .I .
vffl be able to obtain the maximum efficiency
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.' These soteoo ear between the bon dates.

I range_from 275 to:325 feet' in lengU. the And hf.r'I should;we ahare rent from this$..production t. $$S per, we ear age(on to.or pay about u SALE-Ford car; fine condition. The returns of the bond election (From the Gainesville San)
The Spiess, the largest of the French Aunrt IAS" to erery retail buyer who purchase a new sale. Box 93, Or-
Lout 1. UU and August 1. 1S15. Cheap for quick. held in Duval county show that the The roadbed of the Atlantic Coast
I fleet,, is rigid;; There is..also.,under Fort car between lando, Fla. 8-6-lt
For farther particular. m rfin these low price and profitihaHsf bonds were defeated by an almost Line is being improved from St. Petersburg
eon tluction another Spiess' which plan see two to one vote. The vote for the with rock ballast. The
The board of county commissioners
be
will: ,4Sfeet"lonr.. r. G. KUSH have issue was 830, against 1,583. crews have begun work and are rushing .
known of HQIsborough county
;little is; of, the .Russian "
Grigib e&.'?'She: has! thirteen small Phone..2HAIi awarded 'a contract to A. H. Darra- it to completion.

tow speed:craft. Like .England and I cott & Son to build a mile of rock I: FOR SALE-A scholarship onDraughon's
dace-.8\ has.coneentratetl'oa: the road connecting the Plant City and Practical Business Col. WANTED TO RENT-Five or six
lege. Will sell at half price. Call room cottage, by the year. Phone
'_...ii.J. the Hopewell roads. at Sentinel office. 8-7-6t 632 or 59L 853t'r.
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dentown a Flaming Torch t
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IT MATTERS LITTLE WHETHER Fire Put Out l :
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: YOU WISH TO START A SAVINGS "
Bradentown, Fla., Aug. 8.-An un- ; '
ACCOUNT, TAKE OUT'A CERTIFI- : ,
usual accident occurred on Main } Safe Deposit>>
.CATS OF DEPOSIT, OR OPEN A street today, which but for the quick

; CHECKING ACCOUNT action of those who were near, might dtr
have cost a woman her life. Mrs.

This strong bank is behind any form G. T. Detter, of Manatee, with her ; For Valuable Jsvslry '
your Papers ;-
husband, came to Bradentown on a ,
of deposit you make. Its strong financial
business trip; both riding Mr. Detter's -
foundation, its experienced officers motorcycle. Mrs. Better was : Silver etc : ; ;
Y and its system of safeguards, makes the riding in such a way that her dress .: ? r
skirt hung over the exhaust of the .

x f STATE BANK OF ORLANDO 'j machine and was ignited, the air .; $1.00 PER YEARND UP \
caused by the rush of the machinesoon :
P.v f fanned it into vigorous life, and : ",
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the, "place ,to place your money."t.: people on the street were horrified to :: .: .:" You cannot afford to leave such : !'
,
'
see a blaze leap up and envelop the .- :
E'o; "DO THIS NOW ..T7: ; woman as she and her husband, unconscious _..0. :.- :">, valuables at borne when $1.00 will sx .1.1.
of the fire, rode rapidly by. :
: safeguard them for a year. :
: : Just in front of the Winter Cross
:
; '::;. : ,.' v real estate office a number of per- .'. . ;". ;
: sons rushed to them just as Mrs. Better -":.:'':. : :':
herself discovering the fire, '
jumped from the machine and startedto .,...,,: '.\,,;.tfi
run. Harry Cross darted from his

office, caught the woman, forced her f"i.; 11
to the,'pavement and beat the blaze ,

',p -PORTUGAL' WILL FIGHT WITH LIGHTNING KILLS TWO NEAR man's out with garments his bare were hands.burned The from wo the ." : ';.' "'''. " " .. .... .. ,..,....., '. .... . \ "".' ....

IO \ ..ENGLAND. PENSACOLA back of her body from her waist :' ' 'i '; . .. .;." : " : >':::. -
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4 ,' down. Miss Wyman wrapped her in ; :
London; Aug. 8-A:dispatch to the Pensacola, Fla., Aug. 8.-Telephone iD ; : -
a until shecould be taken to Dr. [Jm t} i'"D1
rug: . De. ]. .
r Exchange Telegraph from Lisbon and telegraph companies in .I ] '. .. . .: .. . ..' '
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Hollingsworth's office, where she was .... ." " "' ,. '.. .: ', ;,_ .. ..... .:.. ;
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: says that at a special meeting of par. this section suffered severe property cared for. While :Mrs. Detter is terribly . ." '. ...:':. ., . . . : '. '. ,:.;. : ';: : : '. ,:':".:::., ... .. .::" . ; -
;
; ;"\ .' liament today the declaration 'was damage from an electrical storm burned and her suffering will be : : ..
:made_that Portugal'would place herself this ,and .'
', unconditionally on the side of which Saturday.swept Besides vicinity doing Friday thousandsof intense cover. The yet it arms is thought and hands she will of Mr.re- ; !./; }:-( { ::'. :::: ;?:::t ?iif{;.:..::;;.:: :; }:;: ::. :..../\::;.:.;.;.:'j'i: :: : '":;: ::': {: :: :; ::: ::;; :: ;; :: :::;:: : j'fl.:; : .:':': .

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England, according to the terms of
: dollars of damage, it is reportedthat Cross are badly burned and it will,be
heir ancient treaty The, declarationwas several deaths resulted from the -- -
some time before he will be able to
received with enthusiastic cheer, storm in south Alabama. of LOST-Watch fob, alligator leather We insure your life and loan you I FOR RENT-Boarding house with
with
ing for France and England. Advices from Andalusia are that use them any degree com- foot. Return to this office and re- money on real estate at 6 per cent I thirteen rooms; good location. Address
>> fort, but no doubt his quick work '' interest Guarantee Life & Loan Co., The Magnolia, Boone street.
Premier .Machade, in announcing Cecil Foster and. James Howell, two reive reward. 8-5-3t .
saved the woman from being burnedto Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. I 7.1 lwki
the attitude'of,the government, said: youths who were driving a team, met death. 3-25-d&wtf I
ti ."According-'to. alliance, we have death by lightning as their team was Eat what you want.
duties which we. in no way, fail to crossing the railroad tracks near that Eat all you want. WANT TO EXCHANGE five passen- Eat what you want.
AUSTRIANS SHOT CZECH SOL- Take and it. Eat all you want.
a postscript forget
Ford in excellent condi-
1913 ,
realize. city. Although the boys met death, DIERS For sale by all druggists. ger Take a postscript and forget it.
'.Portuguese warships have been ordered the team and draw showed no signs l-7-d&w-lyr tion, for one or two lots of equal For sale by all druggists.
li r? to'prepare for a cruise around that lightning had struck, nor did the value. Address Sentinel, G. A. H. l-T-d&w-lyr
V in Portuguese Paris, Aug. 8.-An dispatch 8-9-St
'the coast and foreign shipping telegraph poles or railroad track. If want bicycle fixed ina
you your
ports has been notified to Great flashes of lightning accom- received at the war office here states WOOD, COAL AND ICE
that the Austrians shot number of hurry take it to Warman's Repair date etc.,
.remove. their,wireles installation. panied by loud peals of thunder were a Up to painting papering -
It'is, reported the war office has frequent during the day. Czech soldiers in the Bohemian regi- Shop. 12-5-tf. is the kind you want. Where to getit strand Hand's.
; Wood,
$1.50
ments before the latter left for the ? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. a up.
military Use the Sentinel want ads. scene of war., Read the advertisements daily. Entrican. 1-20-tf Coal Yard, phone 566. 931tftmtuuiiui

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