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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 11, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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ff$ THE PAPER ,THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS

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\ ) AND IS IN GOOD SHAPEr [ i 3,500 HOUSES U T TO Bf CONNfClfO[

k STILL HOLDS OUT MELON THIEVES MADE AN

; ,! AVERAGE OF FOURTEEN Only 207 Permits for Connec-

r & Also Says That Belgrade Is Holding Out Despite Austrian PANELS EACH I tions Have Been Issued Since

Bombardment' and That Austrians Are Retreating- Work Began; Probable

.;> 9 Canada Is Preparing for Possibility of Visit Caught in S. J. S gh's Melon Delay of Paving

Field and Facing Shot Gun
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fjL Went Through Fence According to Plumbing Inspector
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:. 1r", #Paris, Aug. .-(Spee ial.)The French foreign office an-I -, Like It Was Paper 0.houses A. McIntosh in Orlando there to are be about connected 3,500

_. r nounced officially tonight that France had broken off diplomatic 1 4
with the and toa
s/{ relations with Austria-Hungary. I ( ) Don't ever, ever trust to a wire sewerage system up
late hour afternoon
Aff 'vThe foreign minister in his statement says that .contrary to fence to stop a scared negro-espe- 207 permits yesterday had been issued to make only

i r Austria: assurances that no Austrian troops would take part in and cially if the negro is scared bad the connections.At .

? :the Franco-German war, the French government has ascertained enough. An Orlando negro can easily
't ";'1' beyond a possible doubt that certain Austrian troops are now in carry fourteen panels of fence the present rate of progress it
,! : the German destined to fight the will take three or four years to have
| Germany assisting troops ist with him when trying to outrun the
41I i all the connections made, and a conservative -
which France considers offensive.
I French; contents of a shot gun. This was
f >. 'The French ambassador at Vienna was ordered to leave Vienna San amply demonstrated Sunday at the estimate of the amount of
[ money property owners will have to
t I Jonight. eight old fair ground south of town.
*. informed of France's decision payout for plumbing is $100,000.The .
The Austrian ambassador, on being -
l Mr. S. J. Sligh, who is not only one
asked for his passports, and left Paris tonight. of the largest orange shippers in the prices for laterals run between

.... !, 17 and 25 cents per lineal foot, and,
state, but also a of
grower oranges
..# LIEGE STILL IN GOOD SHAPER day [ basing the average distance at 100
r and vegetables on a big scale, has
feet and the price at 20 cents
'- Paris,, Aug. .10.-(Special)-An official statement from the forty acres of fine watermelons on per
; foot, the laterals alone for the 3,500
';; war office declares the state of the/Liege garrison is perfect and '. the old fair grounds. For some time
connections would
amount to $70,000.
0" .that allforts still hold good. he has been missing many of his fin- I!'
But a great many buildings will,
k} i est melons, and Sunday h'e placedMr.
j while being connected, have baths,
EUROPE ,AWAITING BIG BATTLE IN BELGIUMr Brown on watch, hoping to nab [ toilets and lavatories installed, and

:lLondon; : Aug. 10.-(Special.) The day has been calm. All the thieves.Mr. this work, together with the material,

,SM:, Europe is awaiting.the great battle in Belgium which. is expected I nH Brown was on the job early'Sunday will easily reach $30,000.

,U?.* within a few,hours.AMERICANS morning, concealing himselfin I' Connections are being made at the
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'f, the melon patch. He had not been
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..' I no rate of less than 200 a month, and
)!; !: WILL BE BROUGHT HOME ON COMMERCIAL I there very long before eight negroes unless the rate is materially increased -
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passed the melon field, loudly talking
VESSELS II the plumbers have work
of the big time they were going to
3**, Washington, Aug. 10.-(Special.)-Secretary of War Garrison have in bathing in Lake Holden.,{ ahead for at least three years. The
reported today that American refugees in Europe would be ( work of laying laterals was held up
N"t Doubtless all along they were cast
? :-f! brought home'.on. foreign commercial steamers, as the quickest sial' ing surreptitious glances at the lus- to some extent last week by a lack of

i and most expedient way., coius watermelons, separated from pipe, nearly all the plumbers running

'.T$&' He declared the stories of, distress and danger to Americans them only by a wire fence, and instead -I short about the same time. Severalcar
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2*. shad been, greatly exaggerated and that they don't ,stand the test in of going on to the lake they loads arrived Saturday and yes-
-' terday and no doubt a big increase
tofdnqu 1 turned the corner of the field and '
; : re 'I I will be shown soon in the number of
;; The which is with
war department, charged providing ships presently were in among the melons.
.f :for emergencies, says 'the cruiser Tennessee is expected to reach I Not content with taking a few and permits daily granted.The .

.!7'. Falmouth, England, on August 15th, when the situation will be don.'S its going on about their business, they paving will be held up on some

: '* ,entirely remedied it is declared. Secretary of State Bryan said walked about kicking open the larger streets until all the laterals are in,

:'', ; t day's report showed a general improvement in the situation ofAmericans. I'' melons and only taking those with as Commissioner Johnson is emphatic

F' Before in the assertion that he will pave no
.i hearts
.f-; -. of big, ripe, juicy they
of had completed their fastidious selection street only to have the brick torn up

\1.f CANADA TAKING PRECAUTIONS AGAINST. GERMAN of Mr. Sligh's largest and best, to put in the sewer connections, and

$ WAR VESSELS m Mr. Brown rose up with a shot gun he is undoubtedly right. Commissioner -
l" Clark Robertson is
noticesto
; Ottawa, Canada, Aug. 10.--Special.-( guns are being and and invited the negroes to be good. I sending
,' One thought a term in jail was I property owners and doing everything -
: g* rushed to Quebec by the military authorities and all possiblespeed bid The negro
11. :. is bei g'used.. better than a load of shot and surrendered I in his power to rush the workof

:!-'f.' The preparations taken indicate the Canadians are guarding on the spot, but the remain- making connections, but now that
took to their heels and the sewers are ready, many people
:against the' contingency of the approach of German warships. ing seven even
the shot could not overtake them. who chafed at the delay are not so
.;:; The British authorities*have ordered the Canadian government in
'.H. 'to'ship 700,000 bushels of wheat, 1,000,000 bushels of oats, 1,000 They fairly flew and did not even notice prompt in connecting up.

-, r tons of:hay. The shipment will be from Montreal:across the At- ; the wire fence, going right A suggestion was made yesterdayby

_4-,.:r .Ianticunder,, a nay al.; through it and in some instances carrying a property owner that the city

..) "; ,The export of meats and other, foodstuffs from the Dominion I a few panel with them for a might accelerate the making of con-

','.. .to the United States may be supended during the war, because I few steps before being able to dis- nections by offering to pave free of

;i1'. the British have need for these supplies. entangle themselves. One negro left cost to the property owners the first

k f1.., Quebec has been closed as a port by order of the federal author- his Sunday-go-to-meeting shirt attached street, aside from Orange avenue,
&ities. No ships will be permitted to leave. Those which left Saturday to a panel.In I that got all connections made. No

:, and Sundayhave been held at Fathers Point. I! all they knocked down one hun- doubt such a proposition would make

t f new dred panels of fence, and as there things hum, and about the livest race

: BELGRADE STILL HOLDS OUT the were only seven of them they madean ever seen in Orlando would imme of about fourteen panels ately be on. However, it is doubtful
'fr Nish, Servia Aug. 10. After four ess average I
-(Special)- days Belgrade each. There was no indication that if the city has authority under the
still withstands the Austrian the
bombardment. Great havoc has
; bond issue to bear the entire
the contents of the shot came expenseof
4- been caused gun
by the heavy guns. Yesterday the Austrians re- very paving one street.
9. anywhere near catching with the any
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;_ treated, continuing the bombardment, but with less effect. the up
,by scared melon annihilators. This much is certain: The plumbers -
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: : The lone captive was Drougnt to in Orlando wil not have to worry 't

:: UlTANTSKIRMISHING 'itself to declaring that they were se i town and lodged in the county bas- about enough to keep them busy for j J

rious. The wounded French and Ger-' tile, where it is understood he has at least a year or two. n

man soldiers were taken to the repented of his sins and is willing to
<. I the other do time on the AUSTRIAN, FLEET TO SUPPORTOF
M FRONTIER( French see seven
fortress of Epinal for treat- ;
:: ment.A county roads if they have stopped GERMAN CRUISERS
running. Anyway he gave the names 1
French aeroplane which ascendeddurinrthe Rome, Italy, via Paris, Aug. 10.- -
.f Paris, Aug. 10.-A'statement is- of his companions, and if captured all
.,' sued engagement was repeatedly I will appear for trial this morning.Mr. An Austrian fleet of fifteen battle-
:y by the 'war department says I ships and sixteen torpedo boats is
fired at, the officer who was acting Sligh saved his watermelons,
numerous skirmishes are taking place said be full
t; to going at steam toard
observer of the Germans'
as If but it is a question whether they
\j. along the entire front of the 'French ments receiving a bullet in move-1. ; \ were worth more than the amount of the strait of Otranto, which connectsthe I

"army. One clash with the Germans The ,pilot of the machine, however,!I I fence destroyed. Adriatic with the Ionian sea. The
t*> :was: violent and the losses on both brought him safely to the ground. probable purpose is to give succor to
/r i.ides I II i the German cruisers Goeben and
serious.
were' Germans Let Loose a Flood PRINCE OF WALES GOES INTO .
..' I* ';The official communication adds The German troops inundated the' ACTIVE SERVICE Breslau, reported in that vicinity.

, :that the German troops are receiving valley of the Seille, hoping to stop in
I FRENCH LOSS AT
'reinforcements and 'that the French the advance of the French, but the ALTKIRCH
London, Aug. 10.-The Prince of WAS LIGHT
; -are,being strengthened.' quantity of water was not sufficientand
t Wales left Buckingham palace this
"," > A battle began Saturday evening the French troops were able. to -
to the battalion of the
join
;. )op the, ridges of the Vosges mount continue their march. morning Paris, Aug. .-It is officially announced -
Grenadier Guards, to which he has
ns. Aeroplanes took part. TheFrench The French today were near the that the French loss at Alt-
been assigned. He is to be stationedat
troops, after a desperate encounter ; outskirts of the forest of Hardt, in the Warley barracks. kirch did not exceed 100 killed and
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;' obtained possession; of the front of Neu Breusch, which appearsto wounded.

mountain. passes of, Bonhomme and occupied in force.
at Marie.: .< Yesterday. morning E%-EMPRESS EUGENIE GIVES EIGHT AUSTRIAN REGIMENTS

._ 'the'fighting was resumed they FRENCH MEDAL FOR KING 11,000 TO RED CROSS TO FRENCH BORDER
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; motion dominating Saint Ma4 ALBERT -

,;] ; lAe&_ i London, Aug. Ex-Empress Eu- Rome Italy) via Paris, Aug.: 10 I
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,,'.o,".('French=losses:in the taking of Paris,. Aug. 10.-France has conferred genie of France today sent to Queen Eight Austrian regiments are reported _

:-"l Marie are not.specifically given a 'military medal ,upon King t Mother Alexandria a subscription of to have crossed Lake Constance en \!I

.kj-i'. the 'official: :report'; which -confines,,:Albert of(Belgium. I J $1,000 for Red Cross work. route for Alsace. J
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d., ; goods, as well as broken lots of other goods, that we must close out to make room for the new Fall Stock,

wF, therefore these will be sold while they last at prices way below the actual market cost Remnants and

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Ii., Dress Goods Remnants MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS II
MEN'S SHOES
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DRESS GOODS REMNANTS up to 20c yard.now.10c
1' ** Up to 35c yard, now ....................... 15c 150 Eclipse Shirts will be sold for $1.00 till further no- About 100 of Men's
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::: ; : $2.50 and.$3.00 Pants now ..................... $1.50 Any offer you are not ashamed to make will be accepted.LADIES' have no special "Gingham sale" on, but we alwayssell
j n $3.50 to$5.50 Pants now,,...................... $3.00LADIES' "Toile Du Nord" Ginghams at 12 l-2c any old time
and we have the best real 84x84 count percales, that
SHOESAbout
SKIRTS we sell twelve months in the year at 12 l-2c a yard.
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i AN UNFAIR DEALs NEWS FROM ALL: PARTS OF|
FLORIDA WHERE SHALL.. GO TO SCHOOL 11

The .country publishers and printing I FLORIDA STATE COLLEGEFOR UNIVERSITY OF, FLORIDA
5- offices generally are asking only Almon Thompson of Dade City was, WOMEN |
what is reasonable when,they demand killed and George Corrigan was severely TALLAHASSEE. i GAL''ESVILUt GRANDTODAY
that Uncle Sam shall cease' to force injured by lightning which,
r College of AriD and Sciences;Normal School:
them into an unfair; unreasonable'and struck them as they were about to go' School of Music; School of Expression;t
School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts:
impossible competition: by on a fishing trip. Thompson was in-
School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers
granting to one contractor. the exclusive stantly killed, while Corrigan was unconscious pool; basket ball and tennis courts new and I College Experiment Station; Extension DJI -
modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormitories -I t vision; Graduate School Ten new brick buildings -
; right to print cards on for a long while. He is expected have all modern conveniences; new| besides gymnasium, swimming poel and
stamped envelopes.Not to recover. dining room and kitchen most hygienic in I many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers instructors -
Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 counties I and assistants. 354 young men
only .does the governmentstifle Work has begun in earnest on the and 12 states last session. i 47 Florida counties and 24 States andi
TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last session.
competition in price throughits construction of a 65-foot boat for School Board and entrance fees for the 1 TUITION FREE Board and Entrance Fees.
leaf 1124.00. For catalogue write I' $132.50 per year. Write today for catalogue
methods Dickman Ruskin. The
at boat
authorized sweat shop Capt. EDWARD, CONRADL President. I A. A. MURPHREE President
practiced in Dayton, Ohio, plant will have two passenger cabins anda Don't Forget-You can win the Automo-
i'' where all the government envelopes freight capacity 'of about a car-
are- printed, but it causes every post- load. A fifty-horsepower crude ,oil bile and the $5.00 Gold Piece.
master in the United States and engine will be used for passenger
possessions ''to solicit and receive or- service between Tampa and Ruskin.A John B. Stetson UniversityLINCOLN
ders in its endeavor to ,still further bond issue of $20,000 for school I
monopolize this business to the exclusion purposes failed at a recent election
of the local printer. held in Brooksville. The issue was HULLEY Ph.D., 11tt.Ds IL.D., President "PERILS OF PAULINE"The

The system would not be so repre- killed by a majority of six votes. DeLAND, FLORIDATHE
, hensible'.if it, insured to the benefitof The failure of the issue presents a
considerable number of tax- problem to the school board, who COLLEGE GRADUATE DEPARTMENT OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 10th', eposide of the greatest and
any Courses leading to the degrees of Master of Arts and Sciences..
payers, but such is not the case. Un- have not made any arrangements for THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR MEN-16 Carnegie units requiredfor
the caring for about 100 new pupilsin admission. Twenty-one departments in alL most thrilling serial story ever attempted. -
less 500 or more, stamped envelopes THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR WOMEN-A woman dean separate
are purchased at once,Uncle Sam will the old building. dormitories for women, and a separate gymnasium. 16 Carnegie units. You who
THE COLLEGE OF LAW-COurse leading to the LL. B. degree. Graduates ad- have followed this picture
not itake the order. The chief beneficiaries Various officials from Bradentown, mitted to practice in Florida without examination.THE .
are the big business houses Clearwater and other towns on the COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING-Courses in Civil. Mechanical Electricaland know this to be fact.
I Chemical engineering leading to degree a Those who have
and manufacturing concerns, banks, West Coast have been invited to the THE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS-Especial1 for Florida. teachers strong nor-
mail order houses etc, ,which can I official tests of the new fire truck mal courses and special teachers' courses. I notWellIt's about time
THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Besides Banking Book-keeping Accounting they start.
well afford to pay a fair'price for which'will be delivered to St. Peters- : Shorthand. Typewriting courses in History Law Economics and Finance.
their printing, which should be done I burg about the middle of Septembber. THE ACADEMY-Sixteen units for graduation. Prepares for Harvard. Yale,
Princeton. Chicago and all high grade colleges
in tae cities where their business is The fire chief says that the en- THE SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS-For boys and young men desiring
located. Would not business houses give of the truck will throw water manual training, mechanical drawing &c "Hearst
t THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC-Separate teachers for piano pipe organ violin voice, Selig News Pictorial"Portraying
put up an awful howl if residents of ;higher than the highest building in harmony and chorus work
ti their respective communities should .the city. THE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS-Free band and life drawing. Painting in oil.
Pastel, and water color.
purchase all their commodities else- The Postoffice Department has accepted -: all the very latest news of
where? I the site offered by M. Katz for SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO
If the monopoly were abolished, the world. Extremely
the postoffice in Kissimmee. The lot interesting.
1 I. The Preliminary Coarse in Agriculture Botany, Biology Organic and Inorganic -
business men could still enjoy the is 142x135 feet, on the corner of Chemistry qualitative and Quantative analysis. Agricultural chemistry -
convenience of using printed stamped I Mineralogy Geology tc.
Church street and Possiel
avenue.
2. The Pre-Medical Course-Physiology, Biology Anatomy, Histology Bacteri- *
envelopes, but the printing would be The purchase price was $5OQO.No; ology Zoology Botany General Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry, Qualita-
done at fair prices in the home print- tive and Quantitative Chemistry.
appropriation has been made for ,
a 3. The Course for Rcligeons Workers-In Bibical Literature, History English "Rasrus Riotous Ride"An
ing, 'shop and the money would remain building, but it is hoped that this Pedagogy Ethjcs Logic and Theism.
.at home. will soon be made and the work

Thjs envelope,business is of vast started.A American Pathe Comedy. One of
proportions, millions being turned out I
4 each day, and the loss to the print committee of citizens of Fort- the best there is.
ing, industry amounts to millions of Lauderdale went before the board of
dollars yearly: in wages and business.{j county commissioners to ask for a

; Why should the United States government ( bridge over the New river. The NeYorkaReThrngS1CLYDE[ $
enter into cut-thorat coma board agreed to build a bridge cost-
petition with the country publisherand ing' not less than $16,000 and pay The best show in the city at the best

the printing trades of the country : $10,500 of the cost and the city of
theatre in the State. That should
: when it derives no benefit from Fort Lauderdale the' rest. The old help
'
it?. bridge will be given to the city for some.
,It it is fair for our government to their disposal. LINE
compete in the printing of commercial ,
k' .'corner cards on envelopes, why The American National Bank of
:not"in the making of shoes, hats, and Pensacola has installed a chime clock
Direct Line From JacksonvilleFare
othei commodities at less than cost? which will musically strike the hour, Only ORCHESTRA

,Isit a square deal to the union printers halves and quarters. The clock has

: ?._' We think not. two dials and is run by current from
'This_ is matter that vitally affects the Pensacola Electric Company and .
: I every publisher in the country. 'dry batteries. It is regulated by Fare Inc Meals and Stateroom AccommodationsDo .

-Thl: Publishers'_ Auxiliary. 'I Western Union wires and will be illuminated 5c 10c

aj night The chimes can Tickets on Sale Until September 30th,
'BY WIRELESS be heard for six blocks.
I"t
and Good Returning From New York up

It(liS part of the proceedings toE Work on the new church the Meth- to and Including October 31st. Ships

back! 3 on a life preserver when ascend odists are building in Sanford has be- Scheduled to Sail Tuesdays, Thursdays
g for a battle'in the clouds. No gun and the corner-stone laying will
Saturdays at 2:00 P. M.
o e.laS. yet thought of hanging arope be sometime this week. The church : .
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from the moon. will be modern in its appointmentsand '
the different rooms can be made For Further Particulars Apply to :

'Nc v' will be a good opportunity to into one large auditorium, with a ROLLINS S L COLLEGE[ [ Winter rarKt :

.fami arize yourself with the German, seating capacity of about 800. There H. G. WENZEL, Fla. Pass. Agent ,
Engl sh, French, Russian, Austrian, willibe, rooms for the different organ-

Serv in, Italian and Belgian national izations of the church and the con- JACKSONVILLE FLA.ILMIIIIIIIMHMiMIMItllillMIIIMIimitlCnmtl Oldest College and Most Beautiful Grounds in Florida _
airs. First prize to the bright little gregation will be more comfortably i
boy, A ho will learn them all by heart. housed than any other in the State. College, Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic \
I and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Course.

.--W think, possibly, we could havea TAX COMMISSION CAN NOT Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire pro I:

,\goc' time,sleeping in a state room CHANGE V VALUATIONS tection, fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dol
on a ssel having$11,000,000 Lars goldin 111111111111111111111111 .II'lllllllllellll'l >tt+t- : lar endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000 organ, :

its strong box. Tallahassee, Fla., Aug. 8.-In an a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new It
t important opinion given by Attorney rooms for business school, full banking equipment. New
If : ra are in need of commercial General T. F. West today to the tax : : chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every I

Q printiwe g, give us your next order and commission it is held that the tax .i a 'L Mr : modem device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water. : .
5 ,w 1 please you. 'Phone 24. commission has no authority to : : Preparation for engineering course. : :
change the valuation of items of: *+.", : Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, footfall, : :
,TheJ Labor Day celebration whichis property for the purposes of taxation Christian, but undenominational; expenses moderate. I
,being planned by the citizens of after the valuation has been fixed by '- Scholarships available. For catalogue address :
Dayto a Beach will be one of the best the board of county commissioners at III
ever. 'I The chamber of commerce has the annual meeting of such board WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN, ::

pledges from the towns nearby as totheir held to hear complaints of property 'L IT I
Support and its success is as- owners and take evidence as to valu- r Ph D LL. D., President. I :

sured.I There will be automobile and ations for the purpose of reviewingand ,. +MIIIIMIMIBMlHiMaimaiUmillMIMHIIIITHE ..&
motorcycle races on the beach and equalizing the assessment. .
Governor Park Trammell will be pres- It is held that after this meetingand .

ent and take a leading part in the hearing a tax payer acquires ,
eelebra\.'on.P rights that can not be ignored.The C


.A board of trade for Hastings has "Do It for Key, West Week" i &
yur.I'1l9Jiz
been proposed and the business men ended Saturday night with a tango J"fiwti

i of, the town would be greatly bene- party and confetti battle. The cele-
fited by the organization. bration was a success from the start.

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"The Best Sewing Machine on Earth Today." ,

t IF YOU NEED A NEW SEWING G MACHINE'YOU FRESH AND SALT MEATS #

SHOULD IN JUSTICE TO YOURSELF GIVES
FISH AND GAME
Victor Records for August :
THE FREE : Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
the ,new list for August goes on sale today A Trial in Your Own Home : and pure.

F and is one of the best that has been issued AND : We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have .

this year. A mO attractive, list of the. ::1 When you, know what we know about Sewing Machines : everything in the Meat Lana
h t popular songs and new dance numbers includ- .

ing Berlin1, best hit "On their Way to Hexico,11 -; THE FREEWill : The PARLOR MARKETH.

:. and the' 'Barcarolle from Tales of Hoff-: Be Absolutely Your Choice as It.Is. Ours. :.

P. non. recorded, for dancing.. To hear them is J GET YOURS Now, To-day. : M. Self & Co.
:,tobuy them. i .

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.fir Sot. Fterife, SeithelMOMIIK ) (By W. S. Branch) Medical science has now definitely I I Perhaps the typhoid carriers areI I
so few that it would be a needless ex-
:' AND WEEKLY Heavy firing has been heard off accepted the fact that some personsare foc I
for each its
10BIAH FBUUS. E41ter.ui Owicr. pense state to care
y Jacksonville on several occasions and j jI "carriers of typhoid fever germs," own-a common habitation might be

Entered,. at the poBtoftlcc,Mail Matter.Orlando Florin 1 now report comes that,big guns have :I that is, without having the disease or provided by contributions from sev-
SecoDd..au.
; ai
-. been heard off from Pablo Beach. )I I after recovery from it, they remain eral states or the nation might fur-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Next we know Bob Holly will be ;
Dafa 1 Year .......*.................W.OO (! disturbers of the microbe and so be- nish one unless the dread habit could
DaDy. 6 Month. ....................... %.60 hearing cannonading on Lake oMnroe i i be corrected. But it is confidently
c Dana 8 Months ......:............... L25Dafl7. opposite Sanford, and like as not Carl come' menance to the whole commu- I that I
1 Month ..........:............ (0 i i'I asserted they are more numer- IIj
Dann will see a war ship on Lake' nity. Perhaps inoculation may de- I ous than we know-at least their

Weekly, 1 Year ..........-............. 1.00 Conway. 'I I prive these "carriers" of their pecu- is to be
Weekly < Months ..................... .7* * i*! liarity, but that remains to be shown I presence always suspected
r i\ ; when an examination is made for the
TO ADVERTISERS: Pursue the even tenor of your way. :! meantime, the search so often made sources of the disease. How many

} Uher Don't to explain the' European!for the source of infection should insist of
copy to ,ihply art aO huriwtJrntWBf try inspectors upon a history
gut be laded ta at the taken. situation, because some other fellow always include the human source the patients as a guide to the discov-
.fie* .f to Batted act later thu 2 9tlMtfcr as.k I
Ww BbIktiM. nit raJa applies will be'sure.to butt right in with one An epidemic of typhiod in a Wisconsintown ery of the human carrier?Times-
t. ttkufw for cMtnet nJrwdilaj it if occasioned careful inspections of
tnattiW aid wIG .. rtikttr add to.Sftacribep just about as plausible as yours.- Union.
Wilmington Star. water and milk and other centers of

desiring The Sentinel daeon- * I infection without result. An expert VESSEL CARRYING NEGROES TO
thifed jhwjld notify the office in writinc en I
66e its of tzpiratta. 'otherwise it will be was then called from the state Univer- GOLD COAST OF AFRICA
rained at the regular luUcription rate*. It is difficult ,to, pursue the even I sity!I and he was struck by the fact
nta aoUce to atop is retelved.v tenor of our when the emperors I Fla. 10. En routeto
way that all who suffered had been in con Pensacola, Aug. -
-' and kings and generals are doing so Africa with a thousand negroes .
TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 191 tact with a certain party-had lived
many base things. with him, boarded with him or eaten taken from points in Oklahoma,Texas

see at his house. The suspected and other states, the immigrant ship
'Kaiser',Bill,has completely eclipsed I person
Liberian is to reach here today
Siberia the ther- examined with expected -
Cole At yerkhoyyansk: was then the result
t.r Blease. mometer goes to 80 below zero. Now that he was shown to be a "carrier." from Galveston for the purposeof HAPPY WEEKSALE'

q 0 will the Tampa Tribune admit that Other instances of like character are loading coal to carry her across
Us Italy' out of it we
long as stays the Atlantic.
this is cooler than Tampa summer recorded from many states-in New
miy be sore of our spaghetti. The negro immigrant ship is carrying
climate? York an old woman "Carrier" has been
-o see a thousand or more to the West
isolated and kept under care of scien-
!bad you missed the New Yorkftt tists. African gold coast under the leadership -
s .. Those dark colored brick on the
tsc t f.s i{1 ee4, of one who styles himself as
ng fcJCl
norfa font d & 2? 'W' S&M& !ba5$6-';I $5 tt>us245YS fc n m ate wtm* *
1 JDw. "<::llief Sam,5 He suggosed J0 hare
lag were only.a false aarm. A heavy guilty of any crime and are ignorant
the Liberian and it
: purchased is expected
: V! r1 0 rain which fell soon after they were of the danger to life they distribute.But .
that he will return for
more
any rate the horrors of war will laid, washed some of the coloring they are more dangerous to humanity -
bj forgotten temporarily when the from the mortar on to the face of the I than the drunkard or the habitual of his race as quickly as possible, it of Positively EVERYTHING that we
being his purpose to organize a great
ftball season opens. brick. Mr. Green has had them "pistol toter"-the danger is negro colony in Liberia.A have been showing for the past and

i o washed and they, are as bright and not the less because the distributoris
j. number of Florida negroes from present season inDRESS
frhere is no hesitation in the way pretty as a new pair of red top boots. entirely blameless. What shall be
V the vicinity of Live Oak recently disposed -
; tlfose European scrappers are waltz- * done with them? It is with them as
'' of their lands in this state to
toward each other. with the leper-if we can only save
|
The Times-Union remarks that join the "Chief Sam" movementFOR ,
V f o ourselves at cost to them we must GOODS
Jacksonville can never grow to be a
Those Sunday morning papers that big city so long as the principal busi- make such compensation as we may. SALE-Second hand sewing

announced in glaring headlines that ness carried'on is "swopping real estate" Once the leper was compelled to cry machines; drop head Singers', rotary -
Liege. had fallen, are now trying to "unclean" on seeing a man in his vicinity White, rotary Standard, New -
the inhabitants. The ed-
among Home, and other makes. Will be SILKS
pvy it again. ; he must ring a bell to warn month. Call 1
up itor therefore sensibly advises the establishing sold cheap for cash this
I L' 0 of factories. Unquestionably others of his presence and he must at Singer Office, or phone 321. C. B.
not enter a human habitation; how Lindsay, manager. 8-11-tfMoCULLOCH'S
'The battlefield at Waterloo was the real benefactor of any com .
s< gltting too stale for American tour-I munity is the man who creates wealth much cheaper it would have been to

ins, hence a few new. ones had to be I rather than the one who merely buys i give him a habitation and require him 1IIItlllllllllllllllllll'* ReadytoWearsMillinery :
Blight on. and sells. : to stay in one place? Now we givean

f o * island to the lepers and there are
always Samaritans to live with them Etc.
[Raising chickens by electricity is If the changing of the standard ,
1
ke latest method-and it don't allude time in Orlando should cause as much --- :j;

V t4 the Ferris wheels and gyroscopesa trouble as it has in some of the might as well make insinuating re-

;Coney Island. northern Ohio towns, "From such and I marks about a man's wife or best Department Store
I Will be offerd
o all similar afflictions, Good Lord deliver girl, as to say anything about the II I at

I The world peace conference, sched- us.." There is no way to com- I particular kind of time he carries in

ned for September in Vienna, will pel people to change their time pieces ,I his dollar watch in towns where they

14 eve to be postponed until the' deletes if they do not wish to, and the resultis I I have two standards. Jelly Tumblers j

get through killing each other. two kinds of time and an endless ExtraordinaryReduction

| discussion whenever an appointmentis

I V It is safe to predict that as soon as to be made or a journey begun. In IIIIIMiilMMIiilllil Fruit Jars I II

V t Ame news gets through direct from Cleveland the change has almost divided I
T. F HOORmAN .
ttermany, those battle won't all beDrench families and severed friend .
:
Belgian or Servian victories. ships, and if you wish to start some Licensed Plumber and allkindsPieseing

( 0 thing in the Ohio metropolis, you Sanitary Engineer
Morphine has gone up 25 cents and have only to take out your watch and I

4 ium f 2.00 per ounce since the war ask the time, where there are half a Estimates Furnished. Jobbing

fcgan. This portends hard times for dozen people, and a discussion and Promptly Attended to. ettles i Actual Costs have not been considered at
PHONE 6z9
The unfortunate victims of the drug possibly a knock down will follow all-Everything priced for

Habit. shortly. The bridegroom is liable to 106 Court Street !

o be late at the wedding and the mourn- I
FLORIDA ONE WEEK'S SELLING
'. Failing to get the customs headquarters ers may be tardy at the funeral'' ORLANDO, 20 S. Orange Avenue. ;:

.: the Tampa city council will less the notices state distinctly, 4-al-lm I
; night consider ordinance "Standard" "Eastern" time. One . '_ - - - - - - . .- I Ir."II'"II'
an taxing or IIIMMMMMIM - .. .. .. .. .. .... - - - -
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other.J t.\ -- fiMMMIIIIIM. mimtMtttltMIM9MtltlMMiimimtiltmilllMMIIIIIt + S ShE l[ 'COMMENCES[ [S

V, ....... To hear some people talk about the THERMOS BOTTLES
w gold shipments to Europe you would
I

ter think, but. it it distressing is probable personal they have mat not Factory shipment just received. We refill broken bottles.

teen a five dollar gold piece in five TODAY r V

year&o McELROY'S PHARMACY :

Give Trial. IB PHONE 20. Try Ice Cream.
ear
: General Nelson A. Miles is, seven- HS a Quick Delivery Drugs.

,1 ty-five years of age and prophesies IIIIMIIMIIIIillMMIIiillMIIMMMMMMMtMMMMIIIIIIIIIMIIIIMMMMH
''that' the present European strugglewill I AUGUST 11 1914
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be the last great war. He will tlllllllllllllllllllMMMHMIIMIIIIIIIIIillllllllllllllllllll ,

at least ape the humiliation of being !
t
proven a poor guesser.
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They have some hot campaignsthese

good days up in Tennessee and ONE WEEK .

Ta few days ago one preacher got so ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES
enthused that he called another .
add
\ Of Jovial Jollity-a week of irresistable
f fool. He made a mistake by not Commencement Day-an important event in the

addressing himself as. well as the oth- lives of young people should receive some fitting markof Bargains-A week of mirth making Values -

,.er' minister, appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the that will make each succeeding day a

o occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of than
Canada tis now going through the Jewelry? more pleasurable one-

,,,same experience the people of the :
United States enjoyed(?) in the early DIAMONDS AND WATCHES READ OUR SPECIAL CIRCULAR

(days of the Spanish-American war- .

imagining a hostile fleet is just We direct the attention of relatives and friends to

Yaround the corner and will strike tomorrow ,the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this Come .,

or next day. store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new-

o est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia- t

r.' The magazine edition of the Osce- mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values Save ! and Be Happy ! !

; ola Journal, issued Friday, is the and assortment. ,

,handsomest publication of the kind A visit to our store win be appreciated and involves "

a recently published in Florida. It is no obligation to buy.T.H.Evansthe.

Y liandsomely illustrated and the text .

..Jeaves1 nothing unsaid in portraying

yg the advantages of Osceola county.It .

is a very valuable advertisement of

tone of the best countries in the state.


VV i off The an Jacksonville editorial 0 praising Metropolis Florida's starts IIOKSONIYES I{ \' C O.


V great summer climate. by saying,
,"bzfifi etaoin shrdlu cmfwyp vbgkqj

' shrdlu cmfwyp. We heartily agree
Jeweler
h with our Jacksonville contemporary, DEPARTMENTAL STORE

but why resort to Russian. Surely

{'there can be found, words of praisein ..

the English language to do full '* ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
r OPPOSITE_ POSTOFFICEa
justice to our .magnificent summer
:climate. Besides some readers have

not had the time to'stody the'Russian a BfiPAffiBW AND ENCR&TINGIiilllillllMilfflllilimiillilllllillllimimiilfr

'" t'"lABgnage'" ;"sufficiently' A to* enable them I I?!111','" 1".1111 ,III'III' 11.111'11 J 1_' itH"i"iittK |
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,THE TUNER, FAVORTE THEATRE ARE THANKED ::
SI SI G rnM .

;; f ORWDO.FLk.. :.c.. Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. -
}; .
", Admission 5 cents Ladies Who Had Matter in Charge a .

: Rev. Bane, of Winter. Park, was in Furnish List of Donations That .
,the city yesterday.Mr. I MMMMMIIIIIIMMMIMITODAY'S Made Work Possible -

J. W.Pounds was among those BUYS AND SELLS'REAL PROGRAM .


going Mr. to D., Sanford J.' Dykes Monday.spent ,Sunday in I ESTATE Nestor. Comedy. "Scooped By a Mrs. 'H. L Beeman and her co- "Eel II At I HI llen' ifS

Eustis visiting relatives .. Hencoop." workers, Mrs. S. A. Johnson,and Mrs. II
Powers. "The Old Maid's Triumph." Jas. Laughlin III., of the "Junior"
MB. E. J. Biedler left,yesterday to Rex.
Comedy. "The Fourth Pro-
i committee of the Civic League, are .
spend, the week at'Ponce Park. 600 south of Winter posal" '
; acres Look at these comedies. A laugh rejoicing that the apparatus for the U ...., .. :
Talking of dull'times is a mightypoor'way Garden and of .
I west. every minute. children's play ground has not only

: of,booming business. j. Gotha, including 10 acre been installed but is paid for, and Give us a chance to show
Mrs. C. W. Green, of Tampa, is the MISS EDNA SMITH LAID TO
; orange grove. The en-. wish to express their appreciation of you the newest styles in
house guest of Mrs. T., Picton War- REST SUNDAY AFTERNOON \
tire tract covered with the generous contributions toward the watches.Ve .

low.A. fund, and the kind words of \ will trade in
encour-
.H. Crippen, Jr., went up to Sanford | yellow pine timber. Two The last sad rites over the body of your pres-
yesterday to look after the interests ; miles of lake shore. Miss Edna Smith were solemnized agement received. ent watch or movement, allowing -

t, ,of the Florida Music company. Sunday afternoon, a large number of This committee deserve much you a liberal amount.If .

Mri Clinton Douglas, and daughter ilMMMMMMMMMMMll friends assembling at the home, praise for the efficient manner in you have any idea. of

Miss Gathrina Douglas, are enjoying where the funeral services were con- which their plans have been executed getting a watch we would ap-
the coot sea breezes at Daytona Miss Florence M. Catlin is well ducted by Dr. J. W. Stagg, pastor of preciate the opportunity of
but the members insist that
known in Orlando been
Beach. having one the Presbyterian church.
>* of the brightest and most attractive their success is due to those who, by showing you.
The ceremonies sad but made
,Mr. and ,Mrs. C. B. Robinson andbaby of the members of the Cathedral were their Our prices win surprise
beautiful the of personal efforts, made the un-
I by testimony loving
,duaghter left Sunday for Leba- school faculty for the term of 1912-
.
friends dertaking possible.Mr.
who paid a last tribute to a
non, Tenn.,!where they will visit Mrs. 1913, and her friends will be interested -
departed companion and friend. Mr. Green who the
Henry
Margaret Grduun. in the announcement of her placed you.Allen&Co
mar-
:Donald Cheney, Mr. Kendrick Guernsey in made
apparatus position, charge
no
Mr. W. M.Brittain left. yesterdayfor riage to Ensign :Melville S. Brown, O
Miss Eva McQuarters and Miss other than the actual cost of install- ,
Washington, D. C.,,to spend several U. S. N., the ceremony taking placein Fdna Hyer composed a quartet that ment, and the foundry made a very
.
weeks renewing old acquaintances St. Paul's Episcopal church, Chicago "
-
sang "Abide With Me, and 0 Love low price for its services.
and vfciting relative:. on Monday, August 3rd. That Cannot Let Me Go." Jewelers

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Mills and County Judge Wm. Martin left yes- Ibe pall bearers were Messrs. Donald The following contributions

children, of Jacksonville, are enjoyingthe ; teday'for Washington, D. C:;, where Lee, Marcus Floyd, Kendrick gratefully acknowledged:, I D Reliable Repairing

delights of camp life at Lake I I he will spend a few days sightseenig, Guernsey, Frank Smith, Joe Cheneyand T. A. Mann' _______________$ 10.00 .
:' Conway. : with Mr. F. G. Rush and I I and then go to his old"home in Eliza- Albert Branham.The J as. Laughlin ______________ 10.00 ;
family.Mr. I beth, N. C., to spend several weeks. Orlando Water and Light Co__ 10.00J. ,
Ruhl : He will not return until about the remains were laid to rest in L Giles _.________-____ 5.00 ::1 ::
; Bass and son, Ordia, big 1 inti-
the Orlando and six
I first of October and in the meantime cemetery father :Fox __-____________ 5.00L a
,in cattle Orlando kings of. Osceola county, were I Miss Hart will look after the office. mate friends of the departed young A. Beeman __________._ 5.00 :: ;
yesterday afternoon from
lady acted as flower bearers, arrang- I'-chcn: & Iva ... ____ 5.00 IIOII
Mr. J. C. Wallace returned u
Eissimmeme, looking after business yester-
matters., I' day from Barnesville, Ga., bringing ing the many beautiful floral designs Col. Watkins _________.____ 5.00

with him his bride and have over the grave. Dr. Phillips ____________.___ 5.00
'Messrs. J. W. Grey and Dudley they
Drs. McEwan Edwards ____ 5.00 lb. 11:11
apartments in the Hudson & Dollins
j c Wilson, of Ocoee, were among the visitors -i NEW SIDEWALKS AROUND THE I.
_____
building. Mr. Wallace is valued J. L Guernsey __._____ 5.00B. .
.*- from, the western part of the I:I of the Sentinel and a WATKINS BLOCK Beacham _._________-___ 5.00
:! business in Orlando employe was
county transacting -]
Yowell-Duckworth Co. _____ 5:00 ttlllllllllll'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I'I'II'IIIIIIIIIII"
,'' married in Barnesville, Ga., on the
'yesterday.
t II 2nd inst. to Miss Hattie May Gun. CoL T. J. Watkins yesterday morn Carl Dann ----__.__.__.,,.._ 3.00E.
:a Mr. W. R. Spear left yesterday i ing let the contract to Mr. W. E.'Gore Walker ________________ 2.50
'morning for Kissimmee, from which! Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Hudson left for a new sidewalk on the Orange Mr. Barnes ___.____________ 2.00 ll ii% A n
afternoon for absenceof .d
: place'he will drive through the country j yesterday an avenue and Pine street sides of the Dr. J. N. McElroy ____._____ 2.00 .
about six weeks, which will be
ap, far south as Fort Myers soliciting Watkins block. The new walk will Mr. Lumsden ___________.___ 2.00
in Michigan and in Ohio. They
spent
orders for nursery stock.R. I be of concrete and cement and work Bumby Hardware Co. ____.__ 2.00
the
will to Detroit latter part of
., W. Voss, of this city, left for go will begin the last of this week or Dr. V. W. Estes _._________ 2.00C.
the month for the G. A. R.
Orlando Wednesday morning. He! encamp- the first of next. There will be a total E. Howard ______________ 2.00
ment and from there to Mr. Hudson'seld
will be away for two or three months i home in Ohio. of 300 lineal feet of walk laid and :Mr. Self '_-_____-______..___ 2.00

and will also visit ,Daytona, New Col Watkins says it will be one of Curtis & O'Neal ____._1__.__ 2.00R. We Please Others
Smyrna, and Titusville, before his I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Sherman will the best walks in the city. L. Hyer _.______________ 1.50
turn.-Palm Beach Post. 1'e-1 I leave the latter part of the week for Wm. Martin _.._____________ 1.50 .
New York city on a visit, and Mr. Dr. _______ We
Wanted The person who carried I I GUESS WHO IT IS C. D. Christ _ 1.50 can please you
t a knife from the Sentinel office to return Sherman is very desirous that all who Mrs. S. A. Johnson _____.___: 1.00

the same. The knife with handle have work in his jewelry store, calland There have been rumors floating W. S. Branch _____________ 1.00 A Trial is all ask
get same before that date. we
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beautifully engraved with calla around the city for several days pastto 'Margaret Robinson _ 1.00
lilies, was a present from the most i Among those leaving yesterday for the effect that a popular Orlando LeRoy Giles _.___.__________ 1.00S.
.joial.and popular traveling man in I I the remainder of the summer were couple were secretly married by Y. Way _._____________ 1.00
the South, Mr. Joseph Dawson, and I I Mrs. W. S. Branch and daughter,Miss Notary Public J. Van Buskirk last J. J.,Newell ____..__i_.____ 1.00

was highly prized. Roberta, and Miss Ruby Platt. They I I'I'Thursday or Friday. No one seemedto Mr. Keyes __.______________ 1.00

s Mrs. John W. Rinaldi and two sons, are going to spend the next six weeksin know who it was except Mr. Van Mr. Tucker ______.________ 1.00

Masters William and John, Jr., who New York city. Buskirk and he was not\volubly inclined Geo. E. Nolan ______________ 1.00 THE SANITARY j
: have been visiting relatives for some County Solicitor W. I. Tilden left Robt. Cohoon ____._._______ 1.00 GROCERY

Chas. Rock ___.___ __._____
days, left yesterday for their homein last night to be absent several days. A Sentinel representative set out 1 1.00
Tampa. They were joined here by He went to Oakland, expecting thereto I yesterday afternoon to do the Sher- P. Laubach ________________ 1.00 CARUTHERS & GORE

Mr. Rinaldi who had been to New join a camping party which will lock Holmes stunt, but all the deduc- Helms Hardware Co. _.__.___ 1.00

York purchasing stork for ,the Bert- have an outing on Lake Hickory.Mrs. tions didn't pan out conclusively Dr. N. J. Merck _.___________ 1.00 Phone 2006&8E.Pine .

ley-Gray Dry Goods company. : F. E. Richards left yesterdayfor enough to positively identify the Fort & Rogers _.__________ 1.00

Byronsville, Ga., in response to a guilty couple. However, this much State Bank __..____.__._____ 1.00 Street "

telegram announcing the serious illness may be said: On last Friday a mar- J..C. Nickelson __.________._ 1.00
EXPERIENCED Automobile Driver. Peoples Bank ____.__.______ 1.00
i Can drive make of Will of her mother, Mrs. W. W. Sim- riage license was issued to a popular
,: work,,by hour any or day. Reasonable car. mons. Orlando couple, the gentleman beingone Dr. Stagg _._____-_______ '1.00

rates. :James McClellan, 103 Robinson Glenny Whitney will leave Sunday of the best known young men in L L Payne _______________ 1.00
'ave., Orlando. 8-8-3t and connected with large Jas. Knox ___________.______ 1.00 1111111111111'11111"111111"11111'111'11'11111'1
town mer-
morning for Orlando, Florida, being a
\ cantile establishment The lady is Ralph Yearby ____________ 1.00
called there by the serious illness of
FORSAL&-Anum rofgoodruudfence Merle McElroy _____________ 1.00
posts and second hand lumber an aunt.-Portsmouth (Ohio) Times, also well known and deservedly pop- GRAND VIEW !
f for sale. Call on or address, Mrs. 8th. l, Jim DeLaney ____________ 1.00
E. F. Hoskins, Orlando. 811.2w ular.No .
made the license
return has been on -
Watkins left
T. J.
*\ CoL and Mrs. Total ....___...$130.00
i issued and it is not certain ---- -----
I PARTY With $200 cash and salesmanship yesterday'for Asheville, N. C., where
ability can secure perma-I they will remain until fall. that the ceremony has .been per- -
nent, position as local manager for I formed. We could give the names Expense:
firm with established agencies through I have not H. & W. B. Drew, for Spauld-
but the happy couple
Florida. Address, Sentinel, Box A.. F. AND A. M. I themselves as done so, we will not, desiring ing -----______.._____.___$204.00 Newest and most up-to-date hotel in
.8.9-lt; South Fla. Foundry ________ 50.25H.
M Regular meeting at the hall Tues- to respect any wish they may
Green ___.________ 30.36 Canton. Situated on Academy Heights.
the wedding secret. -----
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE day evening at 7:30. Work in F. C. have to keep
,;: Freight ___________________ 19.60
wish them rosebor- -
If you have $400 and are in the degree. Every member urged to be We will just a Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River
"market for a good carat a sacrificeyou presentBy dered journey through life, with
Hudson 33, 1912 model Total .______ _
get a
can 304.21
their ----- -- -
of Master. noihing but happiness as por- finest
I order Worshipful One of the
: in good condition: Call San Juan I Valley. views in Wes-
L. S. Thornton, Secretary. tion.
.-.." Garage. 8-9-lt In bank ----_l____________$174.38
North Carolina.
t Deposited ____ : 130.00 tern
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mmiiiiiiiiMiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiMM $304.38 H H

Expense _______________.__ 304.21

Remaining in bank _________.$ .17 i MRS. J. R. McFADYEN i ii
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LUCERNE TODAY.
I DEATH OF LITILE ADELAIDE .
-- SIGHTLER i 6-20-d&w CANTON, N. C. :


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"Shorty Gets Into Trouble", a line two reel Broncho. Adelaide of Mr.,and the Mrs.pretty Harris little Sightier daughter -, NOTICE

% was called by death Sunday and the Don't wait for every one,In town to
have Entncan, .the painter, before j
I
body was taken to their former homeat
you try. Am too
i "Hasty Exit", a one reel Royal Comedy. Swansea, S. C., yesterday for Orlando The City, Florida Council, will of meet the in City special of up..h. Phone 636, and busy I will to be look on you the

burial session at the City Hall on Saturday, ,1.20-tf J
August 25th, 1914, at 8 o'clock a.m.,
i : "Another, Good Reel" CAPTURED NEGRO WANTED: FOR for the purpose of reviewing, correct-
MURDER ing and equalizing the city assess-
ment roll for the year 1914, and for
, .
--- the hearing and determining of peti- G.COInsect ,I

L. Williams, a negro, who is accused tions relating thereto. All persons I
having complaint must make and
any
: of killed another
That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away { I at Fort' Drum having, in St. Lucie county negro, file Clerk the on same or in before writing the with day the set City for Killer Will i

I last week, was picked up Saturday said hearing. Red

: again tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. ::: night by Sheriff Gordon and the police CARL JANSEN. City Clerk. I

r It. while making ,a round-up of negro Aug. 4, 1914. 8-4-4t Your house of all insects. i
gamblers and pistol toters. He -

i .. will be returned to St. Lucie county. LOST-Kit of automobile tools in Quarts SSc. Gallon $1.00 I
Several negroes taken in pleaded rolL Return to Sentinel office and

First HIM, 10 Celts, lalcoay, 5 Cells. CbiUrei, Oils guilty of gambling and one taken at receive reward. 8-4-2t i I For sale by 1

Taft is charged. with, carrying concealed -
' ,weapons and awaits trial in POTATO VINES for sale! Choice Carruthers & Goreru !
ah..f' Nancy Hall vines at 307 East Pine ..
- .,-, the:coimty street. 8-6-6t

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=b.F I r PRESCRIPTION I DRUG STORE[ MUNNIMAKEKS V \
Notices of Lost Wanted, For. Sale; Per
Bent, ete., for this echinus,Z5e for one day, M < NAIH LUMBER
S We for three dyi or ,LOG for one week for
t ZI! words or leu. Money mat aeeeapanj
("All Iraf Stores Net Alike,") Jte advertisements fer this eolnmn, u noUKrtioM
will be made on credit
w

t Some Drug Stores make a specialty SODA WATER. FOR SALE ORLANDO

Some Drug Stores make a specialty of Cigars and Nursery stock, one, two, three and
four year old buds; Foster Early,,
Cigarettes. Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-
ington'NaveL Address Mrs. M.Xahle.

Y | OUR DRUG STORE Apopk, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-lS-tf Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime


WOOD FOR SALE .._ - -- ;.- - -
'
, ; is known by the commendation of its customers. People For the month of August I will >
who sell, at my farm, pine at 85 cents per
about their
are particular Drugs are '
strand, and oak at $1.00; also some Statement of the Condition
the kind of customers we want. saw logs cheap. A. S. Hodges, R.1, of the
: Orlando. 730.1mI
I 'Orlando Bank & Trust
FOR SALE-One five passenger Co.
b touring car; a big bargain. Will ,
C ; I "Proupt Dependable Conrteois" : I t sell 7-30-tf.for $300 cash. Apply this office. I I: Orlando, Fk, ,

I I At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.
: FOR SALE-Best quality heart pine I II
I {
fence posts. See L. N. Lewis, 406 I RESOURCES.

y I The CITY DRUG STORE s S. East street. '1.14.1moI Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . $379,514 36

I WANTED-To exchange Vose piano, I II Over-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 622 34
j J. L. DEAN, Prop., n E. Church St, Orlando Fla. ( in good condition, for Victrola and '. Stocks and Bonds . "," . . . . . . . . 26,018 33
,
records. Piano be Real Estate
i ir may seen at Fort' Furniture and Fixtures. . . . . 26: 37 37
4 A mosa. Address P.,0. Box Oakland
I Fla. 2. Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . 291,393 48

WANTED-Couple to live on country J,
STATE NEWS NOTES place. Call or address, 400 West $724,185 88
DR. F. C. BOARDMAK Central avenue.WANTEDPermanent. I LIABILITIES.

The consul of Germany at Pensa- DENTISTBoardman 1I Capital Stock .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100 000 00
cola has issued an order for all men position by j Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 39:961: 35
liable for military duty to report to woman with in clerical family to and support.executive Experienced Re-Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . . . .'. . None
', -t him for duty in the fatherland. The Building work and capable of handling force : Bills Payable . . . . . . . . . . . .'. . . None
k pilots of Pensacola were notified that r of people. Orlando and Chicago references -'I Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . .: . . . 582,66947
a German battleship would call at Office Hours: furnished as to character and J Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . :. . . 1,55506
1 830tol2:00 1:30 to 4:00 ability. 7-19-tf :
that port and they' were requested to __ __,_. I .
I pilot the vessel over the bar. The Telephone 540. FOR RENT : $724,185 88
J mission is unknown, as is also her
II Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . .
I $291,393 48
name, but,it is supposed that it will
: FOR .
1. RENT-Cheap, small cottage Reserve required by Law . . . . . . . .
Y take the men to Germany.A'representative I Griffing's Trees I near: W. E. Stevenson's, DeLaney .: 116,533 89
street, south. Inquire of Mrs. Stevenson -
: of Barber & ,Com Give ResultsOrder or Mrs. Dr. Anderson. Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $1 U,859 59

; pany of New York was in Jacksonville your ROSES and ARBORVI- FOR RENT-Two office ia j Deposits! on June 30, 1913 . . . . . . . $527,758 01
t Monday and talked of the demand TAES, PALMS and ONNAMENTALS our store at No. 9 W. Church spaces street Deposits on June 30, 1914 . . . . . . . 582,669 49
",. for citrus fruits in South Amer now. Office opposite P. 0. Come in and we will show you. Pierce

ica. His, firm operates a line of GRIFFING'S TREES GIVE RESULTSOne Electric Co. 3-29-tf INCREASED . . . . . . . . . $54,911 48
steamers from South America ands
s I is carrier of beef from Argentine. reason: TO RENT-Some very desirable modern The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors
He proposes to ship fruit in the refrigerators The most Griffings experienced are the propagator best and 4-26-tf houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. to persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
: which were used for beef. in the state, and one or more if' treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
This will make an outlet for the constantly of the five are always on the Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
increasing yields of fruit round. MISCELLANEOUS safely conducted bank are cordially invited.

i which Florida is producing W, H BROKAW
' year. every DYNAMITING done in all its branch E i'innmsumm' ; :::;uuntwwnuuwnnwnwnnnntnL::
Salesman es. Clearing land is our specialty. !

An engine of the Atlantic CoastLine I Grapefruit and Orange TreesBEAUTIFUL Let us do your work. Estimates fl'I"_ ' " " iflllM '
was thrown into the river in cheerfully given. L. N. Lewis, 406 I .,1111,111,1"1".1",1 , ::::: :::" 'HilllllHflBmmiiMIMMIt,111"1111.1",1.0'..
S. East street. 7-14-lmo
Jacksonville Wednesday The engine
had: gone onto the dock of the HAIR-A CLEANCOOL ,
First class Brazing-
'. SCALP a specialty at
Independent Fertilizer company to Warman's Repair Shop o Court Si .
get some cars, and just as the engine 12.5-tL Mimmoth $
:.' got on ,the trestle the timbers Use Parisian Sage. It makes the -
began to crack. The engineer triedto Hair Fluffy and Abundant. Rubber Stamps made to order at
c It is needless for you to have hair Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf., ,
reverse the locomotive, but wastoo that is anything short of perfect.If il
late. The engine fell partly on it is falling out, losing color, splitting A Sentinel want ad. carries your ::
the trestle of the F. E. C. railway or if the scalp get from burns McElroy's and itches Pharmacy immediately story to hundreds of all classes, each :: And RETURN From Jacksonville '
s tracks directly under the dock. Th
or any drug store a' 50c. bottleof day meeting all needs with quick re- ::
crew escaped without injury. Parisian Sage-use frequently suits. Get the want habit today, it I_ Tickets
the fiirst application removes dandruff I pays. ' on Sale August 12th, Return Limit, August 30th.
... A permit was issued' by the government invigorates the scalp, and beautifies I
I to the Carpenter-O'Brien the Parisian hair until it is gloriously radiant. GOOD BLOOD CIRCULATION 1 For Illustrated Booklet and Full Information, Address
r Sage supplies hair needs
company of Jacksonville for the dam -is perfectly harmless. It contains Is necessary to lite. Good newspaper
H. C.
ming of Cedar creek. The permitwas the, exact elements required to moke circulation makes advertisingpay. BRETNEY, L & N R. R.
issued on the condition that the the hair soft, wavy, thick and to Advertisers in the Sentinel .
water level be not raised., The1 dam make it grow glossy and beautiful. know it has the circulation. 134 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA ;
... You, will_ surely.. like Parisian Sage. .
will have sluice -
for tides and will
a It is one 01 the best and most delight
''f be kept open during the ebb and flow. ful hair tonics known. NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet mimmummmmH.. . lll llllllll""f. e" 'llllllllll'
.. ,
The permit will become permanent on potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. ' " . .. . ;;;;;; '. " '

Y condition that, the, sluice FOR SALE-Ford car; fine condition. Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant ** -- -
the rights of the- property fully, owners protects Cheap, Fla.for quick sale. Box 93 8-6-lt, Orlando Co., Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf '. IIIIIIIIIII \\'\\\\ \\\\\\\\\,\\ \\\\\\ \\\\\\\ \' \\\"tt\\\t" '\" \"

above the dam. Who is your painter and decorator? :
If you are satisfied keep the one you ,
FOR SALE-A scholarship: on WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES have No. 636.; if not, phone W. T. Entrican 1-20-tf( &pffdl'm$ w.l'iJ

r Draughon's Practical Business Col. AND DO ALL KINDS OF .
lege. Will sell at ,half price. Call '
OPTICAL

at Sentinel' office; 8-7-6t REPAYING nual hcursionAugust They Were to

r; To be convinced of the producing -

power of,Sentinel want ads.-try one. .


OSTEOPATHYiF. ., 12VIA

'' ,- I 'DR. L H. RAMSDELL H be Married Soon

: .' DR. J. C HOWELL

Boon, 10-12,3-5, and by appointmentNo OPTOMETRIST .

extra charge for house treatment (Soccewor to Dr. 0. P. Ukiii) anis Coast line Came to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of

Telephone connections four or five rooms They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable'yet
ORLANDO
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Office cor. Orange and Central, Ana FLORIDA the amount ol money which they had available for the furnishing of their

RATES FROM ORLANDOI home made expensive peices prohibitive.

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

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

H of Success in Your Proportionate, low rates from : After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doing
other :
South Florida Points
: the best possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their or-

HandsHow RATES der with us.This.
k FROM JACKSONVILLE
t > is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are

i ? By furnishing you with Wilmington, N. C. . $ 12.00 : pleasing.We
carry an extensive stock of serviceable, attractive homefurnishings
Winston-Salem N. C. 11.00.
a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative grading from the lowest priced which, are good, to the very best. ,Your appro-
Hot
Springs, Va. . . 18.50 I
priation for furnishing your home may be anything from $175 toIoooor more
: call on you. He will give you a Roanake, Va. . . .. 16.25. -you can make the most of it with us.

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

your fruit. Monteagle, Tenn. . 15.05

Mammoth Cave, iy. 17.95 Kincaid & Snowden

Warm Springs, Va. . 9.00


: The S Seuthe n rn F Ferlilizer r -Ce' For Tickets Tickets sold August August and 30th ReservationsCall 12th limit Furniture of Character at Popular Prices


ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA on A. C. L. Ticket Agent or Cor. Mainland Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida
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t: : .. Is the Coolest Place in Orlando '

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We have a fine Chef and serve the best ,

i MODEL THIRTY-FIVE FIVE-PASSENGER TOURING cAR '. .
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50c meal
FULLY EQUIPPED AND DELIVERED $1,285 in tOW '


Wheel base, 112 Condensed inches; motor Specifications, 31-'2x5; four cylinders, cast Rooms with bath $t.00o .''.

en bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission; iaxlesfront '

I-beam; rear, semi-floating; single drop frame; 12- Special rates for room and board by the a: ::.::

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

elliptic; front, sem?-elliptic, underslung; Holley carburetor; 15 .- ','"-;k
; ;"
gallon gasoline tank, carried at rear, pressure feed; German silver 'v

V-ahaped.radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment: r
11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side /

tail lamps, electeic horn, pump, jack, tools 'tire'repair outfit.
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J. B. BtiitmER & SON, Oakland Distributors


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DAILY SPORT LETTER with salaries so huge that they will NOTICE TO CREDITORSIn milllillllMIIMMMMMIMIiliMMiHItTiTTmfr- "
overbalance the receipts. Onrt of the County Judge State of :

(By, Frank G. Menke)' Peace now A before the players can *IlorldhI re Estate of N. J., Patrick.To .
"New' York, Aug. 10.-It's about get more chances at playing all Creditors Legatees Distributees and
many all Persons having Claims 6r Demands
time that Ban Johnson, John Tener ,both ends against the middle for big aginst said Estate:
i and, Jimmy Gilmore got togethe4n salaries, will save the magnates many You. and each of yon are hereby notified W. M. SLEMONS
and demands
and required to present any claims: -
some quiet corner and decided that thousands of dollars. Or shall it bea I which you, or either of you may
. their own ;interests would' be served continuation of war that so far has have against the estate of N. J. Patrick,
'demised late of Orange County Florida to
:best by ending the baseball warfare. proven futile and that gives little the undersigned Administratrix of said
The vast majority of fans are tired hope of being ultimately successful? estate within one year from the date hereof.
Dated August 6, A. D. 1914.
of the baseball 'war. They prefer MARY E. PATRICK New Goods Arriving Daily

peace.' Give it to 'them and they'llsoon OPEN ALL NIGHT Administratrix.

be traking back to the parks. The City Drug Store:is at your service .
both day and night. .Prompt
They deserted the parks this not
year
dependable, courteous. tf
'so. much because they have lost their' FOR SALE \

love for the national game but in silent WANTED TO RENT-Five or six I
protest against the constant room cottage, by the year. Phone -AT A- .
y. 'mud slinging 'that the baseball conflict 632 or 591. 8-5-3t We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
r; 'has e used. BARGAINThree
made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.Elliott's .
.. The fans want baseball-not baseball -
SgIIISIIIIIIItTHE
; ,:, lawsuits. They aren't interested ten acre tracts on Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand Table Linen and Towel
i in those. They'don't care much about
I the 'mints of the ten day clause or [ NE[W GRAND J Orlando and Kissimmee road, .I Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. :!

the contract itself ,so long as they ,only two and one half miles
ft Co., Best place in the city to trade.
are sure of seeing baseball of see. ,
,ing.thr first class variety that sends HOTELAbsolutely I from the post office, Orlando.

,!.. the hood coursing bit faster t l[Will sell one or all. The
through'the'veins that sends thrill '
,
; a price will double when the '
'of delight chasing through the framer W. M. SLEMONS
.: work. First Class j;brick road is laid. Other 4

,The Jans aren't vitally interested J small tracts for grove purposes

.: either m whether the Federals win or Rooms with bath, hot at buying vatu s. Also ORANGE AVENUE

whether. Organized Baseball wins. cold
., : and water.
., Their ,|fain interest is' to see base- Open round. desirable groves and city j.ItIIJllllllllllllltt.IIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'111111 1'1111111 IIIIIIJ--iI
ball 'perpetuated as a sport. Theylave year ;property at prices that command
known for 'years' that it is, a Summer rates through j attention.

great commercial but and September. I .
proposition, August I. . MMIIMMIMIIIIIiliMliilltlitllilMIMHIIilllOilllllllltlttftli llHtlit
7.they' .don't care to have all the money & Atha LUMIIIilUMHMiHitlMMIIIinilllMIMMMilillOllilltMMIMMMMIMflil'
.
Cooper
grabbing'acts of the magnates pa- ORLANDO, FLA | ..1. .,f

t, :raded 'before'their eyes. It revolts 723lmHMIiiillMimiltlllMM 114 South Orange Ave, Ground Floor ., I,

them.. It doesn't interest. Phone Jfe. 311iare$3
., The ,Tans aren't interested much : TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD

'either in*whether Ban Johnson thinks I 'I"'t'

.Jimmy Gilmore ought to be sent to

:" Siberia for sixteen million years, orwhethea'Cflmore !!1 COOK WITH GAS ;j'

thinks Garry Herr DAILY eE.TWEDIe .
mann isn't half.as nice a fellow as he .UUFfALOLEVELAN.D. .1 .
is'himself. Such things might have 4 .
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'
.:: been a bit diverting for a time, but

,that tine has passed. They bore and 6.
Speed
: they,difeust 1. Convenience ,

4 Organized Baseball has waged a
: 7. Efficiency
:
,; bitter f ght against the Feds. And \ 2. Comfort ,
t' 'even the most bitter enemies of the -SEEANDBEETIj I
THE GREAT SHIP 8. Safety
E Federals can not deny ,the fact that
'. 500 1IItInIIti 91.feR s IDcIaee;SlOtiiig 1500 t-- 3. Cleanliness :
I. "Qutlawr have put up a game fightThey II .fIIo....Glldlrill.....claM..w.aerv-7.>; Ja.illaD... _lSda.l'dIIrillaD egpaso46 "7 w..e a 9. Perfect Regulation'

horned into a situation where .........s.BEE.o.can.. : ...--c&trol Buffalo. 4. Simplicity :
'eves angels may have feared to tread. .
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DaiIr.BUFFALO..ad; E1D! 11do Dec.lat of Heat
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They found the waiting withdrawn ," .
enemy e LomBofilaAnrnOmiad. 9:001'.11. i !]e eta A 940P.JL ,
; .. clubs and loaded machine s..weM. ;"IoM;.affIt. . 1:30LIL. 5. Accessibility
EMsstCemesdaoeaCsrdnd .t 10.
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: ,guns. But they waded right in. exio-Bs 'Toledo'itStte nd aedL4paihQest.edS.Rfli.j
,It's nearly four months since the 1IebII......6Nhres aiabr..dd r ,se.J IM............
Act JOBC'ttcfctafOBt tat tacktt via C.i8.Lme'y JTnio*''' "11btra eiMokle&6ee.
: Feds, their It I
opened season. was THE'CLEVELAND, & BUFFA :OTRANSrrca. CleT.l.nd. O. ,
; that they wouldn't last un I
predict
st. Then prediction was I 1. CONVENIENCE
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: ,shifted forward to June 1. The next '
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,' 'datefortthe blow-up,was July 1, then .",' Did you ever sleep over in the morning or come home late in the after- t

t. July 15,.. August '1. But therehasn'tb2en : noon and have to start a fire and wait for the wood stove to "heat up?" '

I. t lids any detonation.The Did you ever want to make tea or heat up some milk and couldn't because : ,,
have about $5,000,000 at
stake.and ,they aren't going to quit you would have to start a fire in the range for a few minutes work? Did :

t. the battle, especially since they won .: you ever want to start something cooking and go off and leave it to enter. :

:" :out in the important Johnson and .. fain your company, but couldn't leave the wood range going. Did you :

'"Chase lawsuits. Most of the magnates ever-but what's the use? We could keep on giving instances all day why :
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in j the new league are plentifully ... it is "Convenient" to COOK WITH GAS. :
supplied with money. They t
; ,went into the new league proposition BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS We will let you be the judge. Is it "Convenient" to strike a match and : .

.' "with their eyes open.. They knew LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS '. .- turn a valve-and have your fire going in an instant, any time you want it? "

;they wouldn't' make much progress .
I 1 1914 to August
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Effective from August ,
> ,the first year, but they gambled, on reduc- . t
the succeeding years. It looks like a 1,1915 and guaranteed against any ,


't'.''pretty There good'are gamble some magnates at that within tion Touring during that Car time:- $555.00 )!:! ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. h ,

,the' confines of Organized Baseball II

:' 'who .are :wise men.- In, the last 'twomonths I Runabout 505.00 ] GAS DEPARTMENT

they have concluded that F. 0. B. Orlando. AQ can fully :peace is'a much cheaper proposition r II'III
.. I obtain the aarimuss efficiency
will be aWe to
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line the,magnates'who are still keen 500.000 can between the above datea
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.for :warfare. $" to $" per car (oa' or about
fro.
Shan
\ u.erd. retail buyer *bo Purduaet a new The matter ,of granting a franchise The board of trade of West Palm One of the largest shipments of
; Most ,of the .organized clubs :will I AQUt"bSreen every 1. 1111.
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'lose money this year.- And even if Ford August regarding 1. 1U these low prices and profitiharinr to, the Soloman-Norcross company Beach have reported that the entire cattle from Bartow was made by
partieulan
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urtker
,the' attendance. does chirp up next For plan .. of Atlanta to supply a 24hourcurrent East Coast is considering the changing Lykes & Bros. of Tampa. The ship

'year 'they are sure to suffer more to the city of Palatka has to Eastern time and thus follow ment consisted of 813 head and was

losses: if warfare continues, as the P. G. BUSH, caused a. great' deal of, discussion.TIe'SoloinanNorcross the exmaple of Miami. The chairmanof shipped to La Porte, Texas. The cat
Feds 'are planning a new raid 'the : -
on Phone 226:
will the time committee that tle
'company reported were from the Kissimmee river
j big stars. ,To keep these men. the Or-
,,giuuied Moguls, .will'have to bid,high. 'purchase;the.present plant should the Palatka and other towns, were in favor district and brought a total of $16,*

bst Beans' clattering,- }' up'the,payroll fraftduae' be,'granted.. r .y, of the change. 260. ...
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WAS COSTlY
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To E. H. Gore, Who Had to Have His

Plumbing Work Done Over After

(. 'r Inspector Appointed :
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If there is one man inr town that
The Place] : To Place Money heartily believes in the city: having a
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plumbing inspector, that man is E. H.
k Gore. The fact that the city did not
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IT MATTERS LITTLE WHETHER I
'k 1 have one until a short time ago has .
ty YOU WISH TO START A SAVINGS put Mr. Gore to considerable expense. t .

>, r* ACCOUNT, TAKE OUT A CERTIFICATE j In February, 1913, when he com- lufi: :

J'' OF DEPOSIT, OR OPEN A t pleted his house at 409 Anderson ,'J : Safe R>> Nr))( llt ,

J: s CHECKING ACCOUNT= i street, he had the plumbing put in, : "II
J' I'knowing that the sewers would be

l n This strong bank is behind any form t laid in a short time. The city then i t 1 i1 For
: Valuable
"y of deposit you make. Its strong financial had no plumbing inspector and Mr. ; your Papers, Jewclry "
i Gore had to take chances on his work .
I ,
: foundation, its experienced .officers
being done right, and it was not done i. -
Silver '
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t, and its system of safeguards, makes the right. etc

Y I He had the ,
; \ plumbing concealed as ,
4 ,\ STATE BANK OF ORLANDO .1p 'much as possible in the walls, and a ;; $1.00 PER YEAR AND UP .
: t r 1 few days ago when he was ready to
.
': make connections with the In- .
the iJ sewers
1! ; : "place to place your money. ; ,.
., spector McIntosh was called in to : : You cannot afford to leave such '
t. test the work that had already been, : ;
x : DO THIS NOW .7 done. The smoke test was tried and j II II II ;: valuables at borne when i.00 will : "

iS if"1 L : F ; the piping leaked at every joint. The : safeguard them for ,
k.z ..'.., ., ". f' I work had been done so poorly that no t a year. .1.
.z lead ,whatever was poured into the
. side of the pipe next to the walls. '
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This would not have been such an ex. t".J '
ofFr pensive matter to remedy had the :L .
:
. plumbing work been open, but havingthe i ::
,
;! J pipes concealed made it necessaryto 'j i rf 1 :
tear off the weather boarding on

; NEW INDEPENDENT PACKINGHOUSE LARGE FORCE O 'GERIANS AP. one side of his house and also the c: " ; "" .. ... -. -, .... .-. .. . -i
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PEAR BORDERI wainscoting on the inside, making it' : : : : : :. : . :. .. :- ... .", '
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ON RUSSIAN : : . .. . ........ _
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i more expensive than it would have ;: : :: : :" ', :) .'>);: :" -'. ... .". '.. . ..",. .,.. ';""':".''' ',
.
Frostproof,.Fla., Aug. 10.-A company St. Petersburg, via London, Aug.i been to install the plumbing properlyin ../' ,, .. ::' : .

will be'Incorporated under the 10.-The regular troops of the German So the Mr.irtt! Gore phce.is :;:'.0 .' {'",::-: '.'.. :, .. .,. .. G ..";;'v-., ,. ,.. a. .. ". ...' b. e\... ,:.. .. .J ,:,,- D' ,
state laws for ,the erection of an independent an enthusiastic be- ::::.: ; ::'.-... ":' '. .. ,''',, "' '"..' ;'" '.:'. . .." ,. <:.:.. ) :: ,
who hitherto had been .
: '
army .
_ packing house here. The liever in a city plumbing inspectorhas :'':.:' .. : < ". '>:: :,' :' : : : .
new company consists of E. E. Skips scattered in small detachments along learned of the need of one from '

and T. B. Wilson, vice-I the frontier are now concentratingnear expensive experience. lIe says In ::';:r: :it; i.'t; ,;::! 'S'1+::, : ;: ::.; '." '. ". '..' : .'.. .', ,:; ,,; ,;: ,\ ',:i/\; ii. "
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president spector McIntosh is right on the job,
both of Bartow; T. S. Lee, the Russia border in brigades - .
secretary, of Jacksonville, and L. H. composed of two or three regiments I 1 knows his business and is the right

Gedge,jtreasurer, of Frostproof. The each, all in readiness to take the man in the right place. I LOST-Watch fob, alligator leather We insure your life and loan you I I FOR RENT-Boarding house with
company will erect a first class pack foot. Return to this office and re- money on real estate at 6 per cent thirteen rooms; good location. Address
ing house and will install the latest field.The EQUAL SUFFRAGE LEAGUE reive reward. 8-5-3t interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,' The Magnolia, Boone street.
., machinery for, the handling of citrus positions in the border villages Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. II II 7-31-lwk:
r fruit. have been occupied by uhitof cav- There will Be a special meeting of Eat what you want. 3-25-d&wtf t I
r alry and infantry of the German the Orlando Equal Suffrage League Eat all you want. WANT TO EXCHANGE five passen- Eat what you want
k, HOLLAND HOLDS FIFTY-NINE army reserve. on Tuesday, August Uth, at 4 o'clock, Take a postscript and forget it. ger 1913 Ford, in excellent condi- '/ Eat all you want.
p GERMAN SOLDIERS No serious encounters have occurred in the room lately occupied by the For sale by all druggists.l-T-d&w.lyr tion, for one or two lots of equal For Take sale a postscript by all druggists.and forget it.
yet on the. frontier but frequent People's Innk, in the Arcade bai'ding, value. Address Sentinel, G. A. H. l-7-d&w4yr
I, Amsterdam, Holland, Aug. 10.- skirmishes between outpostsare to make plans for Self-Sacrifice Day 8-9-3t
If want fixed ina
bicycle
Fifty-nine German soldiers from reported while German military and to transact such other businessas you your
'f Mecklenburg, 'detained after taking aeroplanes fly daily..in the directionof may come before the league. hurry take it to Warman's. Repair Up to date painting, papering, etc., WOOD, COAL AND, ICE
refuge on Dutch territory, arrived Kovno, capital of the Russian prov- By order of the acting president. Shop, 12-5-tf. is the kind you want. Where to get -
o here today. ,They are to be interned ince of the same name, which. has an JESSIE MALLORY THAYER. it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
.' at 'Alman.t . outlet on the Baltic. I 8-9-2t Read the advertisements daily. Entrican. 1-20-tf Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
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paid for. Read them carefully, read them all. By doing so you will save money and


.. come to a better appreciation of Yowell-Duckworth Ideals and Values.


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LADIES' GOWNS made of good quality of Nainsook Em
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49 LADIES' PETTICOATS, Cambric and Nainsook Trimmed,
> Trimmed value at . . . . . . C 89c
: broidery an exceptional in Linen and Shadow Lace, special at. . . . . . . . . .


LADIES' GOWNS, a splendid quality of soft finished Muslin, .
69c
with heavy Embroidery Trimming, special at . . . . LADIES' PETTICOATS, made of a very fine Nainsook, and $1 44

I trimmed in heavy$ Embroidery, an extra special value at
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; :.,:"{LADIES' GOWNS, made of Crepe and Nainsook, some Em
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broidery Trimmed, and some with Scolloped Edge, good

value at . .-. . . . . . . . . . ...*. . . .. . . . . 98c LADIES' COMBINATION SUITS, a beautiful line to choose
from, and Extra Special Prices, $2.39, $1.44 $1.19
89c. and .t. . . l. : :. . : 59c

LADIES' GOWNS, made of a very fine quality of Nainsook, {
$1.19
cut full and trimmed in Val Lace and Embroidery. . . .

y .. 1a CORSET COVERS, an extra large line in soft Nainsook,

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I and Lace Trimmed, an extra good value at . . . .... . sF7 ,

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LADIES' PETTICOATS, made of a good quality of Cambric, LADIES' DRAWERS, made of Muslin, Cambric and Crepes,

;; Tucked and Hemmed Stiched ruffles, special at .. ., . 48 C. beautifully trimmed at $1.79, $1.39, $1.19, 89c., 44c. and 25c

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