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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 12, 1914
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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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i.JI.THE. 1\ 1 MORNING SENTINEL


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y( .. 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, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1914. NUMBER 157. j

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Holland Trying to Pre- I -

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[ MOVING THROUGH BRUSSELS[l UP TO .SEVENTY-FIVE PERCENT IN MINOR ENGAGEMENTSWITH I .

{" ,' < ;" '- ... '::i OF THEIR VALUEIF London, Aug. 11.-According to GERMAN TROOPSIN -
> BILL PASSES the Burial Preceded by Brief Service -
correspondent at Rome of the
,, ;Be&ved. ..GeI'lWlS.Are- Preparing for Determined Attack on Liege Morning Post the relations between ALSACE at Church and Followedby
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; Forts:a&d Are Placing Heavy Siege Guns Belgian Two Bills Offered in Senate to Italy and Austria are becoming more Actions of French Departure of Presi-
stained Troops Re-
; Sorties From Forts Inflict Severe Losses Relieve Any Financial Italy has demanded an ex dent Washington
planation of. the bombardment of the ported Brilliant and They
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t. on German Detachments Stringency in Cot- Public company at Antivari, Montenegro Hold All Northern '1
:., ton States Rome, Ga., Aug. 11.-(Special.)-
over which the Italian flag Alsace
floats and in which there were Ital The body of Mrs., Woodrow Wilsonwas

Brussels, Aug. 11.- (Special.)-The German movement to the laid to rest in :Myrtle Hill cemetery -
north' Washington, Aug. 11. Three ians.The Paris, via London, Aug. 11.-It is
of has been -
in
Liege put motion and a big battle is foreshadowed economic effects of the war already here this afternoon beside her
:\ in two or three days. amendments to the currency act cal. officially announced that the French
;' I I culated to relieve tension cotton are severely felt in Italy. Trainservice' troops around Spincourt in the department father and mother.
German cavalry with rifles on
.,r quick firing has'already reached has been reduced to save coal
IHannaut,:seven miles to the northwest of Liege. and other staple crops during the' of necessity. There is I of Meuse forced the Ger The president stood with bared

.a' Two'divisions the German cavalry, with supporting infantry European war were introduced in the the smaller denominations a scarcity of of I'I man cavalry to retreat, although the head in a driving rain, surrounded by
senate Under them money latter were supported by artillery. his daughters and sons-in-law and
today. cotton and a
sand artillery, are'operating at Togres, 15 miles north of Liege, everywhere. The mayor of Rome has
where. fighting hasalready occurred. other staple warehouse receipts wouldbe issued I'I The unloading of troops from trains score of other relatives, as the casket
list of
a maximum prices I
.4 recognized commercial 1 j'! ,continues in the region of Gerolstein, was lowered into the The '
,, The,German engineers are engaged in fortifying Tongres. as paper which' be for I grave.
may charged food. I n I ;
which could be issued but the principal landings occurred burial was preceded by a forty
Last Sunday German cavalry passed the outskirts of Liege, upon currency A dispatch to the Standard from i minutes -
following a route' to the south, of the province of Limburg, to up to 75 per cent. of their value; the St. Petersburg says a small German I: (earlier in the rear of Metz and Thion- I service at the First Presbyterian
'Tongres and Sttrond and limit of currency to be issued on commercial ville. I church. The church service com
,. are evidently proceeding toward airship was riddled with shot and 1 !
:H sbay. paper would be increased French aviators are constantly flying prised two hymns, readings from the
brought to the !
- from 30 per cent. to 75 per cent and ground near Czen- ; over the zone where the German Scriptures and prayer by the local
Hostilities Began ,Monday Between_ Outposts stochowa, Russian Poland, on Friday.
the status of state banks would be so troops are disposed without paying pastor, Rev. Dr. G. G. Snyder. A
On Monday'hostilities began between the Its occupants, four German officers,
German cavalry and defined as to give them beyond ques'tion 1 the slightest attention to the bursting I thousand farmers from the country

the ,Belgian outposts Hesbay district, which lies west of Liege'and' , if they join the reserve association were killed. shells of the enemy. The official came to Rome today to attest their

!,' north, of the river Meuse and forms part of the provinces of ; the right to participate in the Swiss and German Armies Face Each 'communication concludes with the grief over one whom many remembered -

:'Liege: Limburgandamur. I i emergency currency issue covered by Other i, statement that the work of fortifying in her girlhood days.
Since then ,the Germans, have been engaged in systematic re- he act. Luxemburg and south Metz has Buildings in the business district
: :connoitering of :Hesbay to discover The Daily Mail's advices from Bai i
ri the
positions the Belgianft been the and
completed by Germans. many residence sections of Rome
The amendments sel
Switzerland
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were drafted by state that the Swiss <
\ artillery cavalry patrols are followed by infantry de A large force of Germans
| on Sun- were draped in black. Traffic
; .tachments. Senator Owen, chairman of the banking and German troops are close to the was
'y day night attacked the French advance closed
early the
,> .It.is r committee; Senator Hoke Smith, frontier and within a few yards of on streets through
: understood
j ;3 l tonight that the 'German troops are being chairman of the special volunteer each other near Basel. The Germans\ guard which had pushed forward which the procession passed from the
1tmassed ong a line extending from Thienville to Liege. on Cernay and Muelhausen. railway station to the church and
'., congressional clmmittee on cotton have built barricades across all the!
'-',; M Germans> Preparing for Fresh, Assault on Liege crop welfare, and Senator Ransdell of roads leading across the frontier. Before this attack the commanderof from the church to the cemetery.

J.J Engagements; have taken place principally along the line be- Louisiana. The Swiss army is massed mainly the French troops had quit Muel. Special policemen and national

e;; f tween:Tirelmont and Sttrond and half way between. Orsemeal and Senator Smith also introduced on :the,,French frontier but considerable hausen and assembled his troops in i guardsmen patrolled the quiet streets.
fs. sGussenhaven,' .AJI'.official statement the Germans a the rear of the town. He quickly Because of the limited capacity of
." says are ap'parently joint resolution to authorize the 'secretary bodies of troops have been sent
: reorganizing in front of Liege placed his forces in fighting line andstopped' the church, only members the family
to : -
preparatory. a fresh of the treasury to limit the issue to Ticino to guard the Italian frontier -
j,. i forward. movement. : j i the advance of the Germans, and close friends were invited tobe
Y ; Jt;| 'French of currency of the banks in the who, according to French reports, present. On the arrival of the : .
Artillery Moving Front
to
: Through Brussels cotton growing states to one-half of Dutch Have Hard Time Remaining t
were superior in number. funeral train
'> at 2:30
the
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<,. F'en h''artillery'.is rapidly moving the front through this the amount to which they are entitled Neutral p. m. casket -
The actions of the French declared was in
placed-
are a waiting hearse
}city. The,French soldiers are widely acclaimed under the the'' ,
the act
by Belgians. emergency currency A dispatch from Brussels to
to have been brilliant and it is I and the funeral went
party
.:4 ,(German reinforcements also the other half to be issued ?_: t at once to
: are
'. ", "f constantly arriving along the direct Times says it is rumored that Germany claimed that they remain masters of the church.
'' Ourthe'river, where an official Belgian report says they are en- holders of cotton warehouse receipt; is massing large forces on the I northern Alsace. There have been From the church the funeral
> i trenching The receipts would be prescribed by Dutch frontier. The Dutch minister procession J'
numerous| movements of German went direct to I
: Myrtle Hill
; V', French aviators are continually flying over the district where board consisting of the secretariesof to Belgium declared that whatever I troops toward Morhange, twenty cemetery. At either side of thee

;: : I troops' are being detrained and are subject to a storm of shotsirom 'j the treasury, agriculture and commerce happened Holland would maintain her t miles southeast of Metz and in ti streets through which the cortege
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_.<_ ,': the enemy.Q ._ ., neutrality unswervingly. I region of Blamont, in Meurthe-et-Mo- passed school girls holding laurel f 1t
Bombardment or Liege, Continues Heavy selle. I branches stood.
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The German bombardment of the Liege forts continues heavy, An attack on Rogersvillers and Six first cousins of Mrs. Wilson I
'liegeguns' FLOWERS[ REPLACE[ [ CREPE[ t NO I :
placed AUSTRIANS ARE[ ON .
being in position by the Germans, since possession Hablinville was attempted by the Germans were selected as active pall bearers.

,of these forts are vital to German operations in this lo- but failed because the French They were Edward T. Brown, Atlan-

The AFTER40 4 YEARS SERVIANSOiL were supported by cannon from :Ma- ta, Ga.; Robert Hoyt, Wade Hoyt and

x . A' German garrison in the city is small, the majority of the nonr illers. Nathan Hoyt, Rome, Ga.; )B*. Palmer

' frmy .of the Meuse',,,aggregating 120,000 men, is still being engaged .- Martial law is being vigorously enforced Axson, Savannah, Ga.; and Randolph

:. inthe siege.I ,. in this city daily. The author- Axson, Atlanta, Ga.
*:.The'wary German commander refrained from leading his troops REJOICING THAT FRENCH HAVE BEEN DRIVEN BACK ities are particularly anxious to prevent Immediately after the services at

:$to,the city of Liege, fearing a trap.. HAVE AGAIN ENTERED AT EVERY POINT OF the escape of important news the; grave, the presidential party returned -

t* Belgian Sorties'From Forts Inflict Severe Losses ALSACE-LORRAINE, ATTACK and frequently tap telephone wires, to its special train, and left .,

(.:x any.h brilliant sorties have been made by the Belgians from the r calls on which can now be made only for Washington at 6 p. m. -

rts?, and German commands operating apart from the main Monument of Strassberg Redec- Invasion Has Been Repelled and in French. It is explained that this
has been made the TWO MEN
odare' necessary by fact BRING BACK
being attacked and driven back with severe loss. orated and Is the Scene of Austrians Are Fortifying that Germans $200,000
suspected
't.iSo'vicious, has the I were in the FROJI ALASKA
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fighting been about the
city that it is re- Big Patriotic Demonstration Against Servian habit of
telephoning in English.The .
..ned the I
Meuse
river is -
running red with the blood of the dead .
x ,aid wounded. ., Invasian restriction, however, is decidedly Seattle, Wash., Aug. ll-John

irksome to many English and Bauman and James Schofield, miners

'I FIGHTING GENERAL ALONG FRENCH AND GERMAN Paris, Aug. 10.-Via London, Aug. London, Aug. It.-Not a living Americans. The American ambassador and prospectors of Wiseman, Alaska,
t'-
F J FRONTIER 11.)-The crepe festoons which foforty r Austrian soldier is now on Servian Myron T. Herrick, was cut off are in Seattle after seven years on

T Paris; Aug. 11.-(Special.)-Official announcements indicate years have hung from the mon soil according to the Servian legationin with today friends.when attempting The to converse the Hammcld river, where they extracted -

that fighting has become general all along the frontier between ument of the city of Strassburg, capital London. An official of the lega amused than diplomat was more a fortune in gold. With Dr.

French and .German troops. From Switzerland to Holland of Alsace-Lorraine, were torn tion added that seven attempts by annoyed. Charles Schofield, a brother of James, ,

,German, French and Belgian territory, there is almost continuous, on down today and replaced with flowersand the Austrians at different points to they are on their way to visit their -
ENGLAND
? fighting; ,Most of.it is advance skirmishing just and palm branches. A tri-colored invade Servian territory had failed, HAS 600,000 MEN home in Jefferson, Ohio.
now
'vering,for position. 1.1 maneu sash was draped about the figure. and the Austrians had abandoned the UNDER ARMS The mine from which their fortune

','''. Just' hour The conducted offensive and were came was discovered in 1901
any may see an advance ordered for of ceremony was by hurriedly entrenching by
the
F. historic,pitched.,battles 'of,the world's history. one most 2,000 members of the Federation of on their own frontier. London, Aug. !According to today's James Schofield and his two prospective

It is officially announced that Alsatian Societies in Paris. Joseph It was also officially announced Times England is now well on partners, Pete Dow and Dan
engagements
-1' tween German and. French troops at Longwy occurred, just' inside today the be Sansboeuf, mayor of the Eighth arrondisseraent that the Montenegrin forces had with her mobilization and has between Sullivan, who worked the shallows of ,

-: French border at a point where the territory of embraced the statue joined the Servians, and that the latter 500,000 and 600,000 men underarms the Hammond after staking out most '

burg and ,German Lorraine meet: No details were Belgium furnished., Luxem and then addressing the gathering,I had captured a number of smallplaces not counting the national re of the promising parts. Then they
said? on Austrian territory. serve. left it and their claims lapsed.In .

t STILL: BATTERING, ,BELGRADE f "The hour for revenge, for whichwe 1906 Schofield and a new part-

have prayed unceasingly for for GERMANS SEIZE MILLIONS IN ner, Bauman, returned to find that

.Nish, Servia, Aug. '11.-The Austrian FEDERAL TROOPS ty-four years has at last struck. The RUSSIAN MONEY RfmSIRY Ill others had staked on their original

., bombardment of Belgrade has French army is in Alsace. The red claims, and were digging with fair

::continued forthe" past four days. The trousers are again seen on our plains success. They bought into No.4,
'heavy:guns caused severe damage to and mountains. The gay bugles oFrance f London, Aug. 11.-A Central News above the original discovery, obtaining

S;c If' private property t were less effective lfA VE MEXICAN sounded the charge at Alt.kirch dispatch from Berlin saps the Russian a two-thirds share. From that "' -
PASSED lA ST T
funds seized by the Gennan
,; yesterday when 'the firing :was and MueUiausen." government time they worked the mine steadily,
in Berlin banks
:from: a greater distance. The"Servian 1 There were. few who were not. in are understood with enough success to keep them :1

army is being;rapidly organized and, tears_as the speaker concluded to total $25,000,000. hopefully at it, until in 1912 it began

; 'has begun to, take the, offensive. by: .IIijL The ,'singing- 'of the -"Marseilles,", ;A special government commission NIGHT to pan better and better.

e raing.sni. near Prybol and I ,followed by cheers,for Belgium, Russia - reports that Germany has sufficient. Last year they had similar luck,
.. food to last for a year. J
f* r Vfcegrad. itJ -' and England, ended the ceremony.. and up to date about $200,000 has
: [ Emperor William has given 100-, been taken from that
Montenegrinforce$ occupied % one claim, about
M .-. ::1' 000 to, the German Red Cross
,t Sp'izzs/Paehtrovits and'Budua oath,'I(t Laredo,..Texas,Aog.,.ll-{S eaahIt'isuae@r ) BULGARLt.DECLARES:, NEU-, and similar society one-half 'of which belongs to .these
for the .
.- ,;Dalauitaanjcoa at'and.also a sum relief of Washington, Aug. 11-(Special)- two partners. A third I
.carried'by partner Jack
{ pot aweet: s: TRAUTYJJofia the families of soldiers killed The senate tonight i
assaalt, Netalka'and ; or passed the adminjstration Halzer, is still inside.

.-: ;. TQw&ag heights.- :..The.. :Sienokos', German, .sur-in-, night. by connlJUlioimlu. : *"""tMt :! Premier,: Bulgaria. ,a via, London, Aug.1L wounded in fighting. bill to facilitate the registryof The best nugget taken from the J,
Radoskvoff
f; : ,fefc r before _he 'left,,Servia, after, reeiwig'his -, the; .federal tnefft. taw :* is4ed -:= = ;announcedatie foreign vessels under the American mine weighed 137 ounces, and was .
that
eobranje had
Bulgaria defcmfcwd THE
WEATHER after
; passports. entrustedthecu 'Mexico:; Chy .**1 tfct ttfeM&t t. w - flag, amending it to permit valued at over $2,500. This was sold
; .. 16 observe the strictest i
;; r neatnfit such vessels to
: in
. f ,German:; : engage trade between in Nome.
and'.Austrian'. : They have with them
sabj '
cts to the.American conseL I atapuriB ester tike eftymanow. ta ? tat coat:take measures.tart- !':_ Florida: ,Local thunder showers coast points and ports in the ,''weighing eighteen ounces, of one t

1 : :fofet any Tioktioa_of her:frontiers., Wednesday'and'.Thursday. Great. Lakes and on either coast.1i4iiiiiiii. high grade gold, valued at very
> I about $318.M .
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t Yy Pensacola, Fla.,,Aug. 10.-The firstnight
i- flight attempted by aviators FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE : UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
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stationed at the navat'ftying school FOR WOMEN GAINESVILLE

87 t.L-QuAD here came near resulting disastrous, : TALLAHASSEE. GRAND T Tn

"- .... for as Ensign Crevalier was about to: College of Arts and Sciences;Normal School; -
'Copyright: 1914., by-Associated.Lit, School of Music School of Expression;
erary Press. complete his flight the gasoline feed 1 School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate'School 1 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts:
I : Modern Gymnasium with swimming Law; Engineering Agriculture Teachers
'. pipe, burst and the gasoline became ; ;
pool; basket ball and tennis eourta;new and College Experiment StationExtension
k ignited. Noticing that his motor was modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormi vision; Graduate SchooL Ten new brick build
,. .brabam'.Barnes and.bin slater Cynthia tories have all modern conveniences; new ings besides gymnasium swimming pool and
; were quarreling missing Ensign Crevalier immediately dining room and kitchen most hygienic in many subsidiary. buildin 61 officers instructors TODAYa

.,." A little farm pad been.left: the two ascertained the trouble and imme- and Florida 12;states 418 young last session.ladies from 49 aunties I I 47 Florida and assistants.coontte and S54 24 young men and

' .. children by will and while they almost diat ely placed, his machine in a glides TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last session. SUes
hated each School Bcrrd and entrance fees for the TUITION FREE. Board and Entrance Fees
other
neither would sell to position. With his machine afire, year 1124.00. For catalogue write 11132.50 per year. Write today for catalogue
the other. Both wanted the best of the the aviator and his mechanic had the EDWARD CONRADL President. t I A. A. MURPHREE.: President
bargain and both feared to be cheated.
thrilling experience of gliding 800 Forget-you can win the Automo-
a ,It,had been a,cat and dog business ,
.for'years, and Abraham, had come to feet to the: water, momentarily expecting -

be thirty' old and .Cynthia twentyeight to see the machine wreckedy bile and the $5.00 Gold Piece.

She was a strapping, healthy explosion. The craft landed neared
young' Woman* and she not only act the navy, yards and attaches of thee John B. Stetson UniversityLINCOLN

l' aa housekeeper, but' worked In th flying school, who had noted the accident -

fields:Nature a'part bad of wanted the time.to spite the state immediately set to the rescue of HULLEY, PH.D., LH1.D., LL.D., President "The Trunk Mystery "

of;:Indiana when sbe'creat d them- the birdmen. As quickly as the ma- ,
$S, cross eyed, lop shouldered big ears chine hit the water, the two men DeLAND, FLORIDATHE

big mouths, overhanging teeth and bowlegs jumped and swam a distance away, COLLEGE GRADUATE DEPARTMENT OF ARTS AND SCIENCES- A Lubin comedy in two parts. This prom-
! The pair had once been.offered'm fearing that the gasoline tank would Courses leading to the degrees of Master of Arts and Sciences. .
,5 pet week to go u'freaks in a dime THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR MEN-16 Carnegie units required ises to be one of the most pleasing pictures
explode. When they had proceeded a for admission. Twentj-one departments in alL -
a1
t leom. They would have
accepted safe distance the THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR WOMEN-A woman dean,
separate
e only they could not agree as to the division . explosion occurredand dormitories for women and a separate gymnasium. 16 Carnegie units. we have had in a long time. You
of the salary.' the'maehine was completely THE COLLEGE OF LAW-Course leading to the LL B. degree. Graduates ad-

What a'tin peddler heard as he stood wrecked. After swimming about in THE mitted COLLEGE to practice OF ENGINEERING in Florida without Courses examination.in should see it."Making.
Civil.
Mechanical Electricaland
In the open door of a summer's m orn- the water for a period of about fifteen Chemical engineering leading to degrees.
lag was: minutes the two men Were picked THE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS-Especially for Florida teachers, strong normal
-Yon are a liarr courses and special teachers' courses.
!"And'so are your! up by those who had'rushed to their \ THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Besides Banking Book-keeping Accounting "
how assitsance.: Shorthand Typewriting, courses in History Law Economics and Finance. Steel Rails
"Oh I hate yourAnd
k THE ACADEMY-Sixteen units for graduation. Prepares for Harvard Yale
I'd like to kill y'onrAnd Princeton, Chicago and all high grade colleges. ,
what kind of talk Is this be THE SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS-For boys and young men desiring
EIGHTEEN YEAR A Pathe
OLD MISS IS industrial.
These
tween brother and sister' demanded manual training, mechanical drawing, &c. pictures have
STOLEN BODILY FROM THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC-Separate teachers for piano, pipe organ, violin voice,
the peddler. as be stepped Inside the harmony and chorus work. failed
never to
HER BEDROOM please."AndtheDandeWentOn.
.boose. THE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS-Free hand. and life drawing. Painting in oil.
There: I'm glad somebody has listened Schuyler, Neb. Aug. 10.-Miss Pastel, and water color.

.and knows Just,how mean you Louise Mick, eighteen years old, was SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO
arer exclaimed Cynthia to Abe."But . taken from her bed by unknown per- I "
: 'what's it .all about" asked the sons at 2 o'clock this morning and 1. The Preliminary Course in Agriculture-Botany, Biology Organic and In-
peddler. organic Chemistry qualitative and quantative analysis Agricultural chemistry ,
"He :wants to get married but, no carried away in an automobile. Her Mineralogy. Geology te
'woman Will bare him" explained Cynthla. mother and aunt were left bound withbaling 2. The Pre-Medical, Zoology, Botany Course-General Physiology Chemistry, Biology Inorganic Anatomy Chemistry Histology Qualita-Bacteriology A Kalem komedy, featuring Ruth Roland

wire but freed themselves and tive and Quantitative Chemistry. -
"No woman will have' me as long as gave the alarm, several hours later. J. The Course for Religeons Workers-In Bibical Literature, History, English and Brennen. You know who they are.
she ,Is around and' you can't blame No due has been found. Pedagogy Ethics, Logic and Theism. .
her".added Abe: "Just take a square
look at her. will your
ADd then take a square look'at him, WHY WE OPPOSE SHIRTWAISTSv ORCHESTRAThree

t Trill you?" FOR MEN
The peddler helped himself to a cand 1. Because the great majority of -

: sat down with his hands on his men do not want shh twaists. The big reels of comedy.

knees and took a long look at both in present outcry is raised by a small

.turn."w-b-ewr-and Then'! he added uttered: a whistling minority of disappointed men who N YallRerliB.$ 00CLYDE ,

"Ifs awful-Just awful! have failed,, to charm women in the I

.... ,-Ton'mean her!" said Abe. costume of,a gentleman, and so favor 5c lOc
-Ion mean himr! added Cynthia. any change.

t "Urn; nm! It's which and fother'I,1 2. Because shirtwaists would add
guess. So yon quarrel about getting .
rt burden
married/ I a new to men's already over- .
burneded lives. 'They would have to
.They both nodded their heads. LINE
-' *"You are, right 'when .you see no give time and attention not only tot FRIDAY--.Our seasons biggest show
',chances. the fit and pattern of their shirts,

;.No response. to the development of their figures. "Through the Clouds," the most sensa-
Only Direct Line From Jacksonville
,Unless yoamakcitanobjec for me 3. Because shirtwaists would distract , .
.to' help'yon.out." finished the peddler. men from their business duties. tional picture ever filmed, squeezed into

!"What,do you mean?"waseho rased. They must not listen to false,friends four parts. In conjunction with this
"Sit down and let's talk Now,then, we
who] tell them
they could select theirwaists
the that'first neither thing man,is 'to liar,recognize;:woman is the going fact in
.
: to'fall in love,with you and marry you 4. Because it would lessen the respect special feature in two parts, featuring Lil-
out of affection. in which women hold men. Tickets Sale 30th
on September
yntil
lian Walker and Wallie Van
=. ,Brother and sister sighed may What woman could look up to a shirtwaist and Good A great
From New York
:*," "But one of you can get a wife and ; man as she now does to one in Returning up comedy.
,the'other: a husband, just the same, a graceful swallowtail? to and Including October 31st. Ships
if%the scheme' is worked. right. Just 5. Because identity of costume
'about one,marriage ,out of seven is a Scheduled to Sail Tuesdays, Thursdays
would tend to wipe out all differentiation ._ .
lore,affair. In the other cases it'. Saturdays at 2:00: P. M. -
money that talks.* .I between the sexes. Any student
.
J.leeIIIOtICII'DIQ..
Tou have' a scheme. Let's hear i t." knows that this will do away aI181 e' llillllllllllllllU

"'Not'so fast If .I can marry yon with the home, destroy the sanctityof For Further Particulars Apply to.

both'off. I want $50'each. the marriage tie, and so eventually S L COLLEGE[ [ Winter Park

"You shall have It." undermine the foundations of this H. G. WENZEL Fla. Pass. Agent
And you must do exactly as I tell j ,
great .republic.-Alice Duer Miller in
you to"
For_ an,,hour the peddler's scheme "-New York Tribune. JACKSONVILLE FLA. Oldest College and Most Beautiful Grounds in Florida !

was discussed,- and lie then resumedbis' ,
way., College, Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Art, Domestic

,The Barnes _farm was on a main and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Course. -_

highway, and somebody ,was passing 1 r [ Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire pro i
every ,few minutes. One, morning THE NEW'GRAND tection, fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dol. {
farmers; 'driving to the ,village two lar endowment. Three teachers of music $5,000
,
miles beyond pulled .lllllllllllllllllllel II .I'II.DelllllllteIOi{ >tttt organ,
their
: I short at nn- unwonted sight teams Abe and up tMMIHIIitttlMlteitiilHliMiltllMIIMHM8iittMI a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new
rooms for business school full banking
equipment. New
HOTEL
blister were digging with pick and
:spade:in a grove near: the road. Theymid. chemical and physical laboratories, equipped with every

,bad,evidently been at work since modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water.
--
Bight for there were several holes in II Preparation for engineering) course.

r which. a, calf could have been buried. Absolutely First Class : : Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football,
"Hey. Abe.
are you digging wen Christian but
undenominational
,
I moderate.
;
expenses
there .
? was called, but neither Abe
I'
,nor,his sister pretended to hear. Rooms with bath,. hot ;: Scholarships available. For catalogue address

S What one farmer said to himself as and cold water. : 5 :;' 'e. J '
be drove on half a dozen did and that I ) t WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN; >

was' : Open y"ar round. I

J" "By thunder, but I,thought that tin Summer rates through Ph, D, LL D., President,

, peddler 'wai,'gassing when he told of and s
August
September.
burled, treasure on the Barnes farm.Abe .
;::and his, sister must have got; a
pinter and are digging fur It. Consarn ORLANDO, FLA.. 'I I
I 1--
"*eml If they.-find It they otter be made .- -lm H'
:,to divide.; I i
< That peddler did his-work well over IIIMMMMMItMttJFOR. :

three counties. On the fifth day of themites ,
;digging a widower came twenty 44arn 9'4et

to:; look Cynthia over. He shook his SALEAT .

".>ead:and backed off, butbeardsoae'arhisper me . I
that the treasure amounted t{
to 1000.000 In gold. He therefore ABARGAIN-

drew:a long breath braced up and said won THE MARKET
to Cynthia:
-It Is love at first sight with me." I
}
"But. we may not',find the money," .
be replied. Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH -

;?It:is'' a. wife to love me and no Three ten acre tracts > "The Best Sewing Machine on Earth Today." t

-,money," he gallantly lied. And Insideof Orlando and Kissimmee road, AND SALT MEATS
tour,days they were married.It IF YOU NEED A NEW SEWING MACHINE YOU
was ,the.day after Cynthia's wedonly two and one hall miles
FISH AND
SHOULD IN JUSTICE TO YOURSELF GIVE GAME -
ding,that' ,a widow with an eye to bust from the post office, Orlon do"
mess r. came .driving up in a.one horse> Kept under ,the best sanitary conditions.
'.,wagon and. :got audience. ;with11 Abe to Will sell one or all. The. THE FREEA
'8 y: Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
will double when
price t
'" hunting for, the right. kind of i a A Trial in Your Own Home and ,are.
brick road is laid. 0ththlgtie er : We invite
inspection and
nan.But .. AND guarantee satisfaction. We have
rJ ) am ,as homely as tipatent
..
,, ," he replied. small tracts for grove purposes : When you know what we know about Sewing Machines everything in the Meat Line.

Not in my eyes" at buying values. Also :
.. 5'
..
,-If/we find the, treasure It will I be desirable \ .THE FREE The PARLOR MARKET
and
city
ka r$1,000,000.but groves
we.may not find itDo
Will Be Absolutely Your Choice It Is Ou.
me the Justice, sk, ,to* believtttO property at prices that.com- as s.

: :don't care'whether'you'\ dit'! mand.attention.Cooper GET YOURS Now, Today.C. H. M. Self & Co.
.
.
r- !?, _. ,j
"
At* afri Cynthia 'got,their mates,.all PINE
Y: '.....t.I, the PeddIefI t his commla* ,&. Atha HUGH DAVIDS, Agt. j STREET

the tree w..aeverfoond.' 2nd. floor Yowell Dnckwarth Orlando
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{' 'l I 'THE. DAILY< :AUTOMOBI "SPEED MANIACS i TAFT ITEMS GENERAL PASSENGER AGE ,'" " " , i ,111..111.1..t
R. D. PUSEY, OF LOUISVILLE , .. .. , ..

Siidt' .FferMa SeitfaelV Until public ,sentiment crystallizes Taft, Flju, Aug. 1L-Work on the & NASHVILLE RAILROAD

;HOMING AMD'WEEKLYJOUMI definitely in opposition to automobile school building is going on at a lively COMPANY, QUIETS -

k + _.FBBU8, Editor art".Owier. speeding deplorable accidents are rate, but considerable is to be done ALARM !
_ _ _
bound to occur at frequent intervals. before September 1st, when school is
Intend at lie >wt ffice at'Orlando. Floe
.ten.Ma'Second, CUM Mail Matter. More than half. the fatal automobile to commence. Unless more help is It is perfectly safe for
accidents recorded during the put on the present force will have to
to travel through New Orleans
SUBSCRIPTION RATES ,
.ti 'anr. 1 Year:........,.........:,.....,S.OO past year have been of the avoidablesort. hustle.H. I General Pasenger Agent R. D. 1t
}$ DfcflT 1 Month .i..2........; 2.50 They have not constituted mis- H.. Child, J. A. Sims, C. A.
Dtily I Months ...................... U5Dally. I lof the Louisville & Nashville
,t 1 Month ..:....;......:..xx.. .50 haps occurring under legitimate haz- Tompkins, %. Davis,Lyman Bowman, I Louisville, Ky., to the agents in
ards of the highway They have resulted and Will Neal were among the crowd
s.> Weekly 1 Year ....................... LOO ( city and state.
Weekly I Month :.....:.............. .?< directly from a deliberate defiance from Mere| transacting business in Or- Mr. Pusey says there have
of all the laws of safetyIn lando Saturday. I
several cases of bubonic plague,
TO ADVERTISERS: the of 'W. G. and wife who have
considering consequences Sphaler ,
everybody knows, but reports of
Y Cop for iNl Ujr and aD ether fcaadaet4mtMC reckless driving, it must be kept in been on a trip to Texas Louisiana have been
.wt to laded U at the taken II ditions exaggerated
k
.ffee af tbs genteel Mt later than I .. a. mind that the foolish man at the Alabama (and Mexico we presume), newspapers and all the cases
die iff lean ....l tINI. TUa nl applies wheel does not expose only his own returned home last Thursday, glad to
been confined to a small district
to cfearea for eeatnet aaVertUar; it U ,
,hradaak, and, will fee ttrietir adhered to.teirfnc and the lives of the persons in his get back to the most pleasant place I' remote from the depot of the L.
; car, who are presumably not enough on earth.
CJIk\'a TU Sentinel d eoa- N. in the Crescent City, he says.
-= tiara ;b o8Jd notify the office fa writing en opposed to his methods to protest.He Second avenue has been much improved .I "There have been several cases
ti* date of expiration 'otherwise it will be is criminal peril to all who ven- last week, but not entirely
aoatCitatd at the. regular subscription rates, cated, but they are confined to a
"' .ante:..notice to atop II.received. ture beyond their own doorstep. completed as to grading. A gutter small district which is quite a .
Careful drivers are always apprehensive has been cut on each side and the dirt
tance from our depot and that of
.c WEDNESDAY, AUGUST, 12, 1914. lest they be run down by thrown to the center of the street, ,
Southern Pacific, and
.:-:-- some young or old idiot who has procured but not enough yet to make a nice
passing through New Orleans in
{ Another war horror: The supply of .the state's permission to infest I grade. It will be finished a little way come in contact with the t 1
imported Limburger cheese is run- the roads with a car which he keeps later, when Second avenue will be up
zone.
ning.,. short going at top speed regardless of his to date. "There is no danger whatever OUR HAPPY WEEKSALE
0 own and the health of others. Againstthis Mr. Tracy who tried to stop the. passengers being detained in

,, the United States is the only first type there is next to no shield. cog wheels with his knee, has about the transfer across the city from
E cla s power of'the Caucasian race not His machine lunges like a great pro: recovered and in future will try some station to the Southern Pacific

:; involved in war. jectile along intersecting roads. It other method to stop his machinery.At T. & P. and Frisco, nor are they
whirls demon-like down dark lanes. the last meeting of the city
o health
on arrival by authorities
And the'sickening toll of life he takesis council held.August 4th, J. F. Har-
d It costs more to raise a dog than detained for medical
spread before our in' rington was elected city clerk vice
4' a sheep but the fact does not reduce eyes every All such reports are without
.the price of lamb chops. daily newspaper.He H.: C. Hammond, resigned. Mr. Ham- and it is perfectly safe for
.. is very much mistaken who mond intends to go North in the near
0 gers to travel through New Orleans.
of
I fancies the public wilt never: find away future. Positively EVERYTHING that we
A South Carolina politician is as I to guard itself against the speed :Mrs. W. G. Sphaler and Mrs. Gart- have been showing for the past and
AN EXPLANATION OF THE f
't a bad off without mud
guards as an automobile fiend. The for instance in Orlando Monday to attend \
? public can, man were NEWSIt
without present season inDRESS
an engine. limit sharply the maximum speed ca- \the services held over the bodyof
; 2. must be noted that most of
o r pacity of every motor' car licensed. the little child of Mr. Sightler be-
k ,What has Become, of the old fash- That would be a drastic step, and will fore taking away for burial at Swansea war news is coming from

ioned man who thought the news be taken only when,all other methodsfor S. C. French, Belgian and Russian GOODS
f and therefore their views
presents
from Mexico was sensational? making the highways reasonablysafe Mr. Alderman's little girl got quite
the situation which must necessaril
,
o have proved worthless. De- badly burned on the hands, face and
differ widely from the German
,We will not suffer seriously from votees of joy riding may hasten or lips by some carbolic acid 'which she
Such news as comes from SILKS
the forever the date of irksome hold of in Fortunately
European war until the book postpone got some way. I
shows the results of the fighting boton
agents start out with a history of it traffic regulation in the interest of she swallowed but little of it, if I
t land and sea in a different light.
1 ---a------ safety. any, or it would have been more se-

England provides half a billion for t I rious. ,." " ReadytoWearsMillinery j
war and Uncle Sam provides a like FLORIDA'S PART OF 1915 MILITARY I Mrs. C. A. Tompkins is on the sick .

A ; sum.to.move crops. We should worry. MONEY $13,781 list. Dr. Filbert is attending her. .
i Rev. W. E. Murphy has closed his
c o Washington, Aug. 11.Announcement meetings in the chapel for the McCULLOCII'SDepartment : Etc.
present
War horrors multiply. Unless the today that out of the total of .

r German navy is disposed of our sup- $2,000,000 annually appropriated by
: ply of South African diamonds may congress for apportionment among .
run short the states for the purchase of sup- I WOOD FOR SALE Store
Will be offerd
oNo plies and ammunition under the mili- For the month of August I will at
what tia law, $1,599,362 has been set aside sell, at my farm, pine at 85 cents joer
.matter
k nationality an
strand, and oak at $1.00; also some
aviator claims when he goes up,when by the secretary of war for the pur- saw logs cheap. A. S. Hodges R.1,
E ,anything 'goes'wrong he comes downa chase during the fiscal year 1915. Orlando. 7-30-lm Jelly Tumblers

, Rushin. The remainder, amounting $400r ExtraordinaryReduction
-t .0' 637, has been reserved for special allotment -

,If the newspaper: headliners don't from ,time to time at the discretion itiiiiMtiiiiiiiiimiMiT.F.BOURfflAN Fruit Jars I'i

stop swapping those liege forts: cK of the secretary.
and forth 'The amounts allotted to the South
between the Germans and
Belgians they will soon be worn out. Atlantic States for the fiscal year Licensed Plumber and all kindsrreserving
o 1915 are as follows: Sanitary Engineer

Florida, $13,781.50; Georgia, $35-
If money were ;wealth the small North Estimates Furnished. jobbing
f 517.69 Carolina, 430,344.94jSouth ; 1
bAy'with a mania for collecting cigarette Carolina, $20,922.24; Virginia r Promptly Attended to. Kettles Actual Costs have not been considered at

coupons could acquire it by trading $37,004.81.We PHONE 6z9 for
all-Everything
priced
x for a goodly supply of Mexican io6 Court Street

.
currency.fortunately insure your life, and loan you ORLANDO FLORIDA ONE WEEK'S SELLING'
o money on real estate at 6 per cent 20 S. Orange Aveiee.IliillliilHIIIIIIIIMI.
ti 'one or,two of the European interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., 4jllmIMMMMHMiMM
nations are keeping out of the Curry Building. Tampa 3-25-d&wtf Fla.

scrap, and there is still refuge for defaulting -

c revolutionists.bankers and South{ American HMIIIIimilMimMIMMMIMMIIIIIIIIIIMIMIIMmMtnmmilMIIIIIM. *; We're off on the


r V THERMOS BOTTLES Greatest
: The bureau of engraving and printing

-' $12,000,000.turning out a day money, to ,relieve at the rate any ; Factory shipment just received. We refill broken bottles.McE.LROY'S Merchandise Ven-

financial stringency that may arise of
ture
our career
J &
f the European war. PHARMACY

-o- Get Aboard !
:' ''Thirty-two million dollars is stolen Give us a Trial. Qilck Delivery In Drags. PRONE 20. Try elf Ice Cream.

,iy, the United States every year by IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH HIII Sale Lasts for
trusted employes, not one in one hundred .
t; of whom get away with the MiiiMtMiiiiimmimiiiiiHMMiitiiiiiitimiiMiMmiimiiiiiM
ONE WEEK ONLY '
money\ or.,enjoy any benefits from it. I ; .

-o- > .. ,.
"
'Bob Holly goes the Jacksonville 1,,-.i r
Metropolis/which claims to be "Flor j'. .

ida's Greatest Newspaper," one better ONE WEEKOf
and says: "The'Daily Herald
ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES'
would be the greatest thing on earth
Jovial Jollit-a week of irresistable
-i just now," Any paper Holly gets out i Commencement Day-an important event in the
:is. but should week of mirth Val-
a good one, modesty re Bargains--A making
lives of young people should receive some fitting markof
:territory.strain him from taking in so much appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the ues that will make each succeeding day a

i o- occasion. What could be more fitting than a 'gift of more than pleasurable one-
Jewelry?
Miami would like to. induce other ,
Florida, cities to follow her example READ OUR SPECIAL CIRCULAR
DIAMONDS AND WATCHES .
and adopt Eastern time. If there was

any real benefit to be obtained Or- We direct the attention of relatives and friends to

1 ndo might do so, but there being no the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this Come '
way to compel every one to make the store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new-

change, it could result in no possible est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a BeaH&ful Diamond

.rood and would certainly tend to gen. or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values Save ! and Be Happy ! !
era! confusion. Miami will go back and ass rt.eat. '

tt> Central time when all the advertising A visit to our store win be appreciated and involvesno

4 obtainable-o has bene secured.. obligation to bay. .,, JLSZJ

.
'
"Twenty-five thousand men killed."

The busy'newspaper reader takes it \
in at a glance and goes on to the next I

horror. But what does it mean?, C : . -',:' ; : ..t
Perhaps fifty thousand bright-eyed

little boys and girls left fatherless. .- - -. IDIOKSON"IYES
CO.
Certainly thousands of aged fathers .
and mothers left without their com '

fort and support.-. The men who killed :

one another bear no .personal ill will. : iii.

2.u other They had but'never are fighting seen or because heard of someone each ::I Evans, the JewelerOPPOSITE DEPARTMENTAL STORE

somewhere will reap some fan

cied'. 'benefit from the wholesale : ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACElit'
slaughter;; The lust 'for power and I I POSTOFFICE

- glory and honor(?) inspires men to :

' 7 awful. .deeds. but the real' promoters I t EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

: of war. do .not' risk 'their. precious Ii , ,. , " , , .
- lives.i "What fools we mortals be." .HtMI: IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIillllMMnilMllililMMHIHilillilMMItlHlli ..

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7 -J UMHinillMMiMIMMt. > IIHIIIIimMIIIIIMIM- .. CHULUOTA SUNBEAMS lOA.

WADE, J .- 1II .Cl9J
1 FAVORTE THEATREOpen The weather is warm and every-

TOE TUNER 'S': 'Grilliu thing is drier than is best for sweet

4i! JJLlNDO, FLA.Mr. ., 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. potatoes.

1 I Admission 5 cents Quite ,a number of our people are

suffering from colds. It seems to bea II 0

'; ,-.' C.:K Wade"went on a business MIMIIIIIMIIimiMMitiTODArS contagion.Mrs. .

I 'trip: ;to Bartow and"Haines City, yes t Lizzie Jacobs was called to
'
; terday.' ,BUYS AND SELLS PROGRAM Oviedo Saturday to the bedside of

101 Bison. "Her Father's Guilt," her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Partin, who "

(Mrs. Hay Cully returned" to her REAL ESTATE in two parts. has been ill for several weeks. Get It lit t lIen's"

borne in Conway after visiting friends Imp. King Baggot in his own pro- Mr. and Mrs. Hamp Bradford and

:in!Eastis., duction, "Notoriety." family, consisting .of "Mother" Brad-
Basket of fruit and a pass as us-
------ ual. ford and Mr. Hamp's three children,
'600 south of Win- last night with Mrs. .... .
acres spent Wednesday
'ofWaiter --- s ---
Mr.._, M. L. Calvin and family,
: Garden, were visitors in the ter Garden and west of A HAPPY OCCASION M. E. Jacobs en route to Fort Taylorto
visit Mrs. Bradford's mother, Mrs.
city,yesterday. Gotha, including 10 acre Annie Simmons. Give us a 'chance to show

orange grove. The en- Mrs. J. C. Hanner gave a birthday Miss Bertha Jacobs spent the week- you the newest styles in
Miss Jeannette, Harlow left for'Sa- party in honor of her little
I end at Daytona Beach. watches.
r luda, N. C., yesterday, where she will tire tract covered with daughter, Louise, Monday afternoon, .
:Miss Rosa
Jacobs who his
been We will trade in
spend several weeks. yellow pine timber. Two August 10th, 1914. The party was your pres-
sick for the past week, is some bet-
watch allowing
'- from 3 to 6 o'clock. Louise celebrated ent or movement, -
miles of lake shore.IMIiMMIIMMMIMMM.
returned her eleventh birthday. Dropping ter.Mr. a liberal'amount..
i" ,Miss. ,.Maggie Hamilton and Mrs. C. D. Brumley left you
'" several handkerchief and other interesting If have idea of
i yesterday, after spending, many Wednesday for a month's vacation _. you any

days ,ai'New Smyrna.Mrs. games were played. which ,will be spent in visiting in : getting a watch we would ap

Later ice cream, cake, candies and Mississippi, Mr. Brumley's boyhood preciate the opportunity of
IHUROAY'S:) MYSTERIOUS[
: .-J. W. Barker, of ,Conway, returned fruits were served. home. They will also visit other showing you.
She received beautiful
many presents -
yesterday from. a pleasant
points. Our will
prices surprise
her friends. The
.visit,:to friends in Eustis. WEDDING from young Mrs. J. Johnson has closed up
r' table and parlor were decorated with
her borading house and gone to Illinois -
ferns and roses. On the middle ofthe
Some, surprise is manifested. that to spend her vacation.J. .
you.Allen&Co
table was the birthday cake with
I
' ; the: "movies" have ,failed'to;put on ,All Orlando has been trying to discover -I Tilden Jacobs spent Wednesdayin
eleven candles on it. Later it was
,; ,the."first battle.of the war." the identity of the Couple mar- in Orlando. ll
back
carried off and brought cut
ried on last Thursday by Justice of Miss Sadie Blackburn is visitingher
slices. Masters Aubrey Webb and
$' ,Mr. and Mrs. W. H..Rawls left yes- the Peace J. Van Buskirk, but the Aainsworth McKenzie were the lucky former teacher, Miss Bessie Jewelers

,terday ,for Tampa, where they willmike happy couple were successful in con- ones. They each found a dime in .Hodges, at Fort Christmas this week. L

their ,home in the 'future..x cealing their identity until last night. their slices. Most all of our church going peo-
Even the Sentinel man got fooled and ple went to Fort Christmas to church D Reliable Repairing
,Those present were: Carmiila Ber-I
Miss Alice Kennard has returned to the article in yesterday morning's Sunday. Among them were Mr. and
Effie Townsend 4
Violet Douglas, I
heft:home in Tampa after spending a paper, referred to Mr. Charles Sutton ry Laura and Sallie B. Woods, Cleo Mrs. G. M. Jacobs, ''Mr. and Mrs. G. I

. 'delightfu1..week as. the guest of Miss and Mrs. Pearl Reese Tabor, who Swick, Lillian Kingsley, Ola Curry, Long, Mrs. N. C. Jacobs and children, fl :
Ernestine ,Crux: will be married in Jacksonville this Mr. and Mrs. Billie Jacobs and fam-
Lillie Stevens, Leola Curry, and Johnny f
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week. ily, Mr. and Mrs. I. L Hodges, Mr.
Woods, Aubrey Webb, Johnny
Miss Ruby Dillard, of Winter Garden The' couple married by Mr. Van Caldwell, Lamar Ponder, Robert Ca- and Mrs. J. Tilden Jacobs, Mr. and

is here visiting her uncle and Buskirk Thursday was the popular ruthers, Ainsworth McKenzie. Mrs. G. G. Jacobs and little daugh- D i inej

and chief of police, Mr. William Smith, 1lb.
aunt, Lieut.' Mrs. A. S. Thomp- ter.The t
Tampa' 'Tribune. and Miss Elizabeth DeArmand, who picnic last Friday was quite a
.soa/ SUFFRAGE LEAGUE RESPONDS
cD
has been a resident of Orlando for pleasant affair. It was not quite so
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TO CALL FOR SELFSACRIFICE .OClr (
Messrs. J. F, Briggs and L. P. Lane, the past two years at the home of DAY well attended as most picnics, which dlliWe

well known citizens,of Apopka, min her sister, Mrs. Joseph Lee, 301 West was probably due to the threatening

:, .goo'with..friends and transacted bus- Church 'street The special called fill-meeting of the weather, etc. The racing attracted filii 1111I 111I I 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 II.

:ings; at the county seat .yesterday The happy couple are keeping houseat Orlando Equal Suffrage League met quite a crowd in the afternoon.
the groom's home, 208 West Cen- ladies Mrs. P. E. Culley is visiting her 1
yesterday afternoon, and the
'.. I Mrs. George, Fteiff, of Houston, i tralavenue.. present heartily responded to the call parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Barber, in

i.Texas,, is expected to arrive in Orlando They were so secretive about the for Self-sacrifice Day. In cities and Conway.Mr. .

today, 'where she will visit at wedding that none but the most intimate the trinketsof and Mrs. J. Tilden Jacobs have 4
villages all over country
,
,the home of. Mayor and Mrs. E. F. ., friends knew of it and they gold and silver are being contrib- entertained the misisonary societiesat 1
?
Sperry.TMr. .. ; were pledged to secrecy. That they their home this week: The W. )I.
uted to help campaign expensesin
h I'T 'have succeeded in arousing pay U. on Thursday night and the Sun-
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the seven states where equal suffrage -
: Charles 0. Beckham, of Green- riosity than has been evidenced in Or- amendments will soon be, submitted beam Band Saturday afternoon. The !
: lando in a day is assured, and W. M. U. convened Thursday night in Please Others .
:v e,:S. :speeial'agent'' of the, German many to the people. These trinketsare "
l they have had lots of fun out of it. the dining room, which was attract-
?"Alliance Insurance of
company I melted and the silver and gold
:Nor:\York,:is in Orlando this week Mr.Smith has been questioned many I. will be.used for the cause. ively prepared for the occasion. The We can please

our.business. times as to the identity of the couple, In Chicago a very large and heavy meeting was conducted by Mrs. N. C. you

d'f but of course he "didn't know. Jacobs, president of our society, who
gold slab is the result of the meltingpot
i ." Mr. andlrs.-- ,E.'W. Davis. or Orlandowere , Now that the secret is out they will' thus far. led us through our subject, "Missionsin A Trial is all- we ask
t ;- be'the f recipients of shower of Florida very pleasantly. There
a congratulations
I : visitors in Ocala Sunday. The Orlando Suffrage League will I
and well wishes from were many good points brought out
They were en route.home from Shell receive trinkets for the melting pot tf
i of friends for both deservedly of the early history and missions oi
scores are -
Island, where they have been
camping at the book store of Curtis & O'Neal.
I The Sentinel our state, and of the untiring efforts
weeki-Oc popular. extends -
for several Ban-
Please send,them promptly today, as
. .
sincerest congratulations and of the missionaries who are toiling ii
we wish to forward a good sized
ner.VI well wishes and gets there first with the work of their Master, and striving .
-. package in time to have it reach Chi-
them. to further the cause for Him. THE SANITARY GROCERY \
Miss Teresa ,Cohen, who has beenvisiting cago on August 15th Self-sacrifice
After the devotional services there
with Miss Carrie Stewart Day, commemorating the pioneer
followed a social hour during which
;.Whitaker at the.home of .Mrs. B. G. RAWLS-CARTER WEDDINGAt work of Lucy Stone. Some very gen- CARUTHERS & GORE
Mrs. Jacobs, assisted by her sister,
A>fCn thyt;, in Orlando, is now in erous donations have already been
Miss Sadie Blackburn, served cake
i ,Muyport, the guest of Mayor andMrs. made
the Methodist parsonage yes- and lemonade, which was followed bya Phone 200
A(Greenberg. She will,soon be terday afternoon, in the presence of a Do not forget that "to give is to
service. Our
men are
joined'there by Miss Whitaker and few friends, Miss Nellie Carter and live." Do not consider any trinkettoo invited song to join the young ladies in 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

,after, ,another visit together they will Mr. W. H. Rawls were united in mar- small. young
these and
meetings we are pleased to
'both' return. to 'Tampan Tampa Tri'buhe. I riage; Rev. J. E. Wray officiating, "What's the "matter with Orlando; note the interest manifested by themin

the she's all right!
and following the ceremony happy
C the song practice and the other
------- left for where
couple Tampa they
work also.
,; ::Mrs!;Frederick Walton left yesterday will make their home. W. C. T. U. MEETING FRIDAY 1I11111111111111111111I11111111111111111111111111111IGRAND
r. The Sunbeam Band convened at
; ;;after spending some time in thiscity Mrs. Rawls is the daughter' Mr. AFTERNOON
3:30 m. in a pleasant out door
: ;_visiting'her father;>Mr. Charles I and Mrs. C. R. Carter, and is very ,The Woman's Christian Temperance bower p.which Mr. Jacobs had preparedfor I VIEW i "

.Carter.. Mrs. .Walton will stop over popular with a large circle of friends. Union will meet in the parlorsof
them. There was a large rug
several..days in: Jacksonville before? I She has been an employe of,'the local the Methodist church Friday after- spread down and enclosed by large
'
'going to her summer'home on Long telephone company for several years. noon at four o'clock. All membersare pot plants. In the center was a standof !

:Island.. I Mr. Rawls is a marine engineerand urged to be present. hibiscus in full bloom, its red blossoms -
l I
$: his home is in Tampa where his
amid moss giving retty
gray ap
"'A;post card from PrOf. and Mrs. F. known as a sober, industrious and TYPEWRITERS cleaned and repaired -

:D.' arr-was received,in Orlando yes.tacday enterprising young man. The happy ; 26 years experience, 11 in effect. Miss Angie Story, who has Newest and most up-to-date hotel in
charge of one of the classes, assistedMr.
Florida. D. C. Baldwin, of Jackson-
; .afternoon by Miss Alta with them to their
couple carry new! ville, now at the Glenwood. House, and Mrs. Jacobs with the pro-: Canton. Situated
"Wright They were in Brussels, Bel. home the well wishes of a host of Orlando. 8-12-3t on Academy Heights.
gram, which consisted of songs, pray
.
; when the'"card was mailed on friends in Orlando.
gram
,
\ ers, recitations, a general discussionof the beautiful
Overlooking Pigeon River
July 27th-just a few days before If you want your bicycle fixed in how the little tots be mis-
may
war:broke out:, ,They are believed to Live and authentic news-you readit a hurry take it to Warman's Repair
sionaries, and how they may help Valley. One of the finest views in Western .
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; w others to be. The program was followed -

L by a social meeting in which : North Carolina.

\ . .. ice cream, cookies and grapes were

served. Then the children had a rous-
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a ing game of play and all departed,

each one having received a souvenir

LUCERNE: TODAYAll card. .\_ _ I MRS. J. R. McFADYEN, | |


NEW YORK GUARDING AGAINST

t CHOLERANew CANTON N. C.
CHIIREN DNBER TWELVE Will BE ADMITTED FREE TONIGHT ! 6-20.d&w ,

York, Aug. 1L Cable advices ..1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111,.
I : "Empire Day in the Bahamas a one reel Reliance : from Vienna stating that cholera had

developed among the Servian and SENATOR FLETCHER NOW IN Don't wait for every one In tawa to

[ f "Nature Touch," a one reel American, featuring W m. : Austrian to troops has the resulted disease in from precautions i. LONDONA you have try.Entrican Am ,too the busy painter to look, before you

: prevent up. Phone 636, and I, will be on the
Garwood and Vivian Rich.
i gaining a foothold here.. Dr. Joseph list of the Americans who have Job. 1-20-tf

O'Connell, health officer of the port,
"Patty's Finish," a fine Keystone comedy, featuring announced today that special inspection reached London from the continent

',. would be made of passengers during the past week, as given by the

Fatty, Arbuckle. ., '. from Mediterranean ports and from New York World, includes Senator

; ; ; France and England. Fletcher and wife. Senator Fletcherwas G.QOInsecl
ANOTHER GOOD REEL. :/ : ': i
.< ,. the Americans caught in
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7' MONEY FOR OUR, TRAVELERSParis I
Paris at the breaking out of the European KillerVill

:. That Dollar'Box of Candy and the Pass.well be given,_ away. .. Aug. .Arrangements ; war. I I Rid

[tag' tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. have been made' deposit,$$100,000. \
gold>at Berne,- Switzerland, and $20- FOR SALE-A number of good hard Your house all insects.
000 each.'in:Vichy:'and Ak-les-Bains fence posts and second hand lum-

Tf,,, -, for c the.benefit of Americans,holding ber for sale. Call on or address, Mrs.E. I Quarts SSc. Gallon $1.00 1
: F. Hoskins, Orlando. 8-ll-2w
First Fiaorth, Cents., Balcony, 5 Cel ts. ftlirei, Cetts: i letters" :of;,credit :or' ,other, bankable I For sale

decumefit& of Americans Eat what want by
Abort score: you

i ifThursday;Cyri Scott "In a Day of Days." AFamousPlayenFilmt : :ia .cBtteMB": were pruvided.with. _, :Eat all you want.
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Carruthers
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> '! ... > '... - : , - .' ,' funds'l.Jt '. Take For sale. a postscript by all druggists.and forget it. I & Gorey

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f'PRESC.RIPTIONt f nR G T Rt MUNNIMAKERS v 1c ,
Notice of Lot Wanted For Sale Fr
Bent. fete, for tats eolamn. 25e for one day
50e for three days, or ILOO for ODe trade for
: 25 worth or lees. Money mast accompany .
,(, ; ("AM 'Irai 'Stores M ,Alike;) insertion the adrcrtueBtnU wig be made for on tins credit.column as no
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,Seine:Drag Stores make a specialty'of 'SODA WATER. I FOR SALE \ ORLANDORoyal

'MSolae'Driig Stores make ;a' specialty of Cigars and Nursery stock, one, two three and
old buds Foster
four year ; Early,
; Cigarettes. Pineapple, ,Java, Ifonosassa, Wash 1
ington Navel Address Mrs. 14.Kahle .
.3 !f Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
OUR DRUG STORE Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime.

4 Up to date painting, papering, etc., :
is the kind you want. Where to get : 1iiOi1
5 kMWH by the commendation, of its customers. People it? That's easy phone 636. W. T.I I "HIM hniMiiiiiiii6irtitintt H4

p G who are particular about their. Drugs are Entrican. 1-20-tf : Statement of the Condition of the

the kind of customers we want. FOR SALE'-A scholarship onDraughon'
&,Practical Business Col. Orlando Bank & Trust Co.
lege. Will sell at half price. Call ,
at Sentinel office. ,8-7-6t i 4
FOR SALE-Second hand sewing Orlando, Fla,
"Prompt Depeiiibte Coorteoas"The "
.. machines; drop head Singers, rotary At the Close of Business June 30th,1914. f ;
I White, rotary Standard, New
: Home, and other makes. Will be RESOURCES.Loans .
"
sold cheap for cash this month. Call ,
at Singer Office, or phone 321. C. B. and Discounts II II. . . II II II. . II $379,514 36
4 CITY DRUG STORE Lindsay, manager. 8.11tfPOTATO Over-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . 622 34

VINES for sale! Choice Stocks and Bonds . . '," . II . II . II . 26,01833
J. L. DEAN, Prop., ii E. Church St.;Orlando. Fla.SHHIIlillHUiiiliW.'i.'HII.'liii.'il.'t : Nancy Hall: vines at 307 East Pine Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37

street. 8-6-6t Cash on Hand and Due from. Banks. . . . . . 291,393. 48
J
FOR SALE-One five passenger .
touring car; a big bargain. Will 4' $724,185 88
AUSTRIAN CRUISERS BOMBARD sell'for $300 cash. Apply this office. LIABILITIES.
I f : RUUTO ImE 7-30-tf. ,"
PORT OF ANTIVARI, .. Capital Stock . II . . . . . II . II .*.. . . $100,000 00
:MONTENEGRO FOR SALE-Best quality heart pine Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 39,961 35 t

a fence posts. See L N. Lewis 406 ;: Re-Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None
r Ban, Italy via London, Aug. 10. S.. East street 7-14-lmo ti Bills Payable . . . . . . None

After the Austrian cruisers had bombarded I Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . ; . . . 582, 69 47
UNDERSTOOD THEY MERE. Antivari, Montenegro yester- WANTED-To in good condition exchange, for Victrola Vose piano and, 'I: Due to Banks .. . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 1,55506
day, damaging the wireless station records. Piano may be seen at For- ,
LY ACKNOWLEDGED, and th'e electrical works, they directed mosa. Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland, : $724,185 88
RECEIPT, their fire to the adjacent hills in Fla.
:; 2 .which many Montenegrins from the 'I Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . . $291,393 48
;cwn had sought refuge. WANTED-Couple to live on country : Reserve required by Law . . . . . . . 116,533 89
t AH Heard.From ,But Germany i place. Call or address, 400 West 'I
I, These refugees returned the fire, Central avenue.WANTEDPermanent. I
:'It aadThere Is, No Assurance I whereupon the cruisers redoubled Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59

:J That the Proposal Has I I their attack upon the town and its I position by Deposits on June 30, 1913 .*. ... . . . . $527,758 01
=,Reached Emperor, suburbs, destroying many houses. : woman with in clerical family to and support.executive Experienced I ", Deposits on June 30, 1914 . . . II II II.. . 582,669 49
One cruiser then entered,the port and of forceof
I work and capable handling
g resumed the bombardment, destroying people. Orlando and Chicago references I INCREASED II II . . II II II $54,91148 y
Washington. 'Aug. 10.. -Secretary of the maritime..station. and store furnished as to character and

State Bryan announced today that he:i houses. The warships,then sailed in ability. 7.19-tf The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors .

44 had received acknowledgment of Pres-(the direction of Cattaro Austria. to persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
FOR RENT
s r" ident Wilson's tender of good office treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.

:,E from Austria-Hungary, France, Great ITALY ANGERED BY BOMBARDMENT FOR RENT-Cheap, small cottagenear Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
OF.ANTIVARIParis W. E. Stevenson's, DeLaney safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
:; ; Britain and Russia. The officials'are .
Aug .10.-A,special dispatch street, south. Inquire of Mrs. Stevenson -
:. ; not' advised whether the, offer had .from, Rome declares public opinion or Mrs. Dr. Anderson. s i i s 18 s s i iM

( ;been laid before ,the czar personally there considers the bombardment of RENT
FOR .. .. .. .... ... .. . .
{ but it is known to have reached the Antivari, the sole port of Montenegro -I Fourteen room house; modern, up- M MHIIiMMIilMHMIiiltHllttitllMHMeilttilMIMiiH
,Russian foreign office. Neither is it I as'an'offense by Austria againstthe to-date; partly furnished; on Lucerne .1111111111111111111.11'11111111"111"181'1111111..11111111 111111111111111
Circle with garden, fruit and flow
known, here whether the proffer of interests and rights of Italians ;
I ers. J. F. Watkins. 730dwtf.
i mediation, has reached the German because of the damage done to the
foreign office.;, property of an Italian company at FOR RENT-Two office spaces in
4 :Mr. Bryan declined to indicate the that portGriffing's our store at No. 9 W. Church street. Mmmotn 111 I954
Come in and we will show you. Pierce !V Ky1
,nature of any of the responses but Electric Co. 3-29-tf
;, it':was understood that they :were simply I I !i :
; F : acknowledgments, Trees TO RENT-Some very desirable mod-: ;
X ; I ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563.426tf .
The:state department continuing
Give ResultsOrder __ __. __ .
i' its efforts to secure the release'ofMr I ii And RETURN From Jacksonville - I
and:Mrs. .Archer 'M., Huntington your ROSES and ARBORVI. MISCELLANEOUS
i 'of New York, under arrest in Nuremberg TAES, PALMS and ORNAMENTALS
.4 DYNAMITING done in all its branch H Tickets on Sale August 12th, Return Limit, August 30th.For .
Bavaria. Immediately uponreceipt now. Office opposite P. 0. ,
of of their distress Ambassador es. Clearing land is our- specialty.
news *
GRIFFING'S'TREES GIVE RESULTSOne Let us do your work. Estimates Illustrated Booklet and Full Information. Address
Herrick at Paris communicated -

Berlin to with use Ambassador his good offices Gerard in their in The reason Griffings: are the best and cheerfully. East street.given. L N. Lewis 7.14.1mo, 406S. 1 H. C. BRETNEY, L & N R. R.
; most
experienced propagaters I
behalf. :The state department also in the state, and one or more First class Brazing- specialty at I 134 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
communicated ,directly, to Ambassador of the,five are always ,on the Warman's Repair Shop o : Court St. ,
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,'Gerard_ and Ambassador ,Herrick i t round. 12-5-tf. 1 I'lllaleAlllt'II IIIIII .... . . . .IIIIIII II" IIII'III
sent a ,second to Berliq W. H, BROKAW
message Rubber Stamps made to order at I iiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiii iii.+i ttiiiiiQiitiiii.ttiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiitlllIIIIIIII
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through the. at Rome. Officials
embassy (:Salesman Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf.

outcome have of not the yet been advised ,of their I Grapefruit and Orange Trees LOST Kit of automob.2e tools in \ \ \\\\ ,\\\\\ \\\ t\\\\\\,\,\\\ \\\\\t,\\
representations.
1- roll. Return to Sentinel office and I
j ,The state.departmenthas been informed receive reward. 8-4.2t I
I that Sweden's attitude would leJi t
be neutralGERMANY WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet 3lUJiHr.)'lh
.l; potato slip at $1.75 per 1000.;
AND DO ALL KINDS OF Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant ,4' :,
: MOBILIZING ANOTHER Co.. Ap.pka, Fla. 5-24-tf
'r OPTICAL REPAIRING
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I_ I :London, Aug.MILLION-' 10A MEN dispatch to nnual [Excursion TheyWereto (

the Daily, Telegraph from Brussels U UU
says Germany is mobilizing another .
1 million of men,'who'.include'those of
,the Landstrum, for the invasion of August 12 be Married Soon

France:: DR. L K. RAMSDEU
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Our idea.of a.snob is,a man on a OPTOMETRIST
',; ,ladder who kisses.the,feet of the man Atlantic Coast Line Came to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of
,the round above him and.kicks at SoeeeMor to Dr. 0. P. IaIM) five wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable1
: four
-i! on or rooms They
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the man on the round below him. ORLANDO, FLORIDA yet the amount ol money which they had available for the furnishing of their

RATES FROM ORLANDO home made expensive peices prohibitive. \
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4MmimiiimmiimMiimmimiiiniiiiiiMitWe They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.
Washington, D. C. . $ 22.00 .
We offered a few suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were
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Richmond Va. . . . 20.00
Will Put the Reins i much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they "

-, "-, Norfolk, Va. . . 20.00 thought,,they should want. :

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

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

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


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

Fertilizer Let Winston-Salem, N. C. 11.00, grading from the lowest priced which are good, to the very best. Your appropriation -
perfect our -
representative
Hot Springs, Va. .. 18.50 I for furnishing your home may be anything from $175 toioooor more

:t : call \on you., He will give you a Roanake, VaT . . . 16.25 : -you can make the most oi it with us.

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

: :your fruit_ Monteagle, Tenn. ... ... 15.05 ;

--I Mammoth Cave, Ky. 17.95 Kincaid & Snowden

Warm Springs, Va. . 9.00


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Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando FloridattV..W4'flVUmmmU !
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Office 32 Plait 31 FLORIDA
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'f: ,,MODEL. i
FULLY EQUIPPED AND DELIVERED $1,285 50c meal in town.

Condensed SpecificationsWheel

tl :t base, '112 inches; motor, 3 1-2x5; four cylinders, cast Rooms with bath $1.00. .

4 as bloc; unit .power plant?! cone clutch, selective transmission;

r- axles-front, I-beam; rear, semi-floating,; single drop frame; 12- Special rates for room and board by the
inch brakes, internal,and external; springs-rear, three-quarter x

:: elliptic;, front, semi-elliptic, underslung; Holley carburetor; 15 :week. 4f
gallon,gasoline tank,,carried at rear,.pressure feed; German silver :::
( ,'V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment:

11-inch electric headJights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side
.i tail lamps, electric horn, pump, jack tools and tire repair outfit

J., B ..GI_ & SON, Oakland Distributors

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DAILY SPORT-,LETTER WOOD, COAL AND ICE DR. F. C. BOARDMAK IIII iti HHI ..... t

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,(By,Frank:G.,Mute) DENTISTBoardman
r t Wood, $1.50 a strand up. sand'sCoal
New' :;York, Aug. 1L -The season Yard, phone 566. 931tfOSTEOPATHY
has "about:ten weeks to go, so_ Building W.
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n't be in too much; of a hurry about SLEMONS
i g:;world series .accommoda- Office Hours: -
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: in New:York and,Philadelphia. 8:30 to 1200 1:30 to 400 .
yes; the pair mentioned, have Telephone 540. i
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it might be called a fair lead, but' DR.. J. C .HOWELL
;'is the year of upsets. And there's New Goods Arriving! Daily
\telling, how'far'it will continue.The fours, lO-I, 3-5, and by appointment Eat what you want
No extra. charge for house treatment Eat all you want.
Cubs if'yon-remember
were
Telephone connections Take a postscript and forget it.
,hopelessly of the race two For sale by all druggists.
the,ago." .Ditto for the Red Sox. Office cor. Orange and Central Area. l-7-d&w-lyr

.". they ,hit their stride' and ever ( -,
have been just a few jumps be-, .
,the5-'leaders., 'Both may lack the We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

,wallop-the drive to,hurtle,them made by Schloss Bros. of Baltimore.
;the.'.heads. of the present,,,time & YW.jm& }f tt "King Quality" Shoes. ,

. at,"you never.:,can tell". Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towel
f *,. ?. ,
i '' Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, On Dry Goods from H. B. Qaflin & Co. '
here's ,
Wagner, to you:
hair is gray,'your.legs are'bent; Victor Records for AugustThe Lt Co. J Best place in the city to trade.
.You'reforty-two; or',so,
.,fet when you speed J'er up a bit,
Oh; tody........ ,how. you, got! ', "
sale today
.' i- new list for August goes on -
your orbs ire growing dim, ,' and is one of the best that has been issued -
,,0, ipr can"you hit, W.
M. SLEMONS .
: this
wben'ou'ambler.to the plate, year. A most attractive list of the ,'

,;.ft pinchers Ii. 'have a fit. popular songs and new' dance numbers, including .

,> aren't\ a'poem of motion .? Berlin's best hit "On ,their Way to Mex- ORANGE AVENUE
'JQndtH: field you:flit,' ico, ',:' and the Barcarolle from Tales of Hoffman -
tot. drifts ,within a mile of ,
you ....
Somehow do.reach'your.witt recorded for dancing. To hear them is ,111,11111111144.11.1111111111111111111111111.111111111111 1111111"J---11
to buy them.
av- yeanand longer .
.;:\aT",tried to count you out, ,
I all tide years you've: stood 'em off W. S. BRANCH, jjlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll'l"llCtll'l'l111111 1111111'111111111111
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iE.aomeday_you must:hit,the'" trail He Arcade Beo\ and Mask Store i.j
it:trtkes:yon:on and down, .

news whet. .."., you .do.. you'll. fade u-. from.. I; : TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD \

Btdeckgd, with fandom's. ; crown,
; 1 '* \ t[ r'1dre$32.Q1!
*1 J
:.": It vaedf., : beth.: t, the best recom- D lY SETWEEN1tJFFALOlI COOK WITH GAS .
for a player was to be f ,
L 'bpi,the.Cincinnati,'Reds.. Now & ) .

happens: to be the Yanks. Bert LEVELAND I

lf 'the. most ,recent "come- k-

"-.),=and he's- performing,in won ..- .."'; .... 1. Convenience 6. Speed
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style in'the Red outfield. The %
shooed him'off' ,to,the' minors 7. Efficiency "-
2. Comfort
spring. .. Since his sale by the Lb. THE GREAT SHIP y
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.'re'.-Internationals"to ,the',Reds ...$00" .. h9dfeit6lnrher S10 rtitaooa.n3 pulor oot..oa.dag JJOO puna, t 8. Safety
has-'been hitting,like a 'streak ancbrilliantly. t9i d.. c..1a.....flldae..w aw-I ;er.fa.-nee iaaD prppmnni..1Sda.nch ia ill ppointTOTt ttui uj (Muacc aau.rJCrTtgt 3. Cleanliness

'. >.. 1 *: ,*. *. s 4.
-. D 2y-BUFFALO' nd O' .VEl -bWlittoDec.lotI. Simplicity .
If Joe Birmb gham has his way the ttmBafil* '.op'P.Y. iWcWlnd f-00 P.)L of Heat
AzrMCfteW. tJO'L 4B.E.i. 'l:30.LJL CCaea.aiorul7.tddixT.bbBqT
;will have; an almost' entirely "' ) 5. .

Yteal)when ,they take the field .........................r'i9ibi.n1.npodd.\Y",u1litf' _9.mh.eir.B.nro.dVk _GU...... Accessibilityti 10. Economy -
yearJ< ,But: if ,Joe insists upon -r-ticbca. ..BL e.;y .. i JaudI ..i e.idhokle6 ..
'off:Joe" Jackson and a few THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT'CO. CUr.l.nd, 0.
Naps stars it's'quite likely that

Nap%.,won'jinish with a much : 1. CONVENIENCE .{
,pet entage than they. will doyear.f i ... .
!House cleaning is a'good
'once'in a while,but, when dean Did you ever sleep over in the morning or come home late in the after

1 it. Wt:good policy to knock the noon and have to start a fire and wait for the wood stove to "heat up?"

dawn' ., A' little framework I Did you ever want to make tea or heat up some milk and couldn't because "

_, to, be'left: : you would have to start a fire in the range for a few minutes work? Did

\ f f"-\ ,*. . I'' you ever want to start something cooking and go off and leave it to enter.
:,: Tie'race for;the batting leadership I II fain but couldn't leave the
'. your company, wood range going. Did you
tile American League hot- ,
'. WtthBak r-and Collins grows,'of'the .. : ever-but what's the use? We could keep on giving instances all,day why .

.,VCobb,; of the Tigers,. and BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS I it is "Convenient" to COOK WITH GAS.
': 'of; the :Nags pretty' well i : We will let be the
< ; LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS you judge. Is it "Convenient" to strike a match and
,'.sytd'with..Tris ,Speaker, of [:::: turn a valve-and have your fire going in an instant, any time you want it?:,.,
1ecISf': ,'pounding'along in theirit Effective from August 1, 1914 to ,August
looks'like a tossup as to 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction I .I II '

will'grab. .the,October honors. during that time: I

MONTENEGRINS TAKE:PART Touring Car -, $555.00) Uf ORLANDO WATER & UGHT CO.

.Y. T -. 505.00 I'''''
Runabout .- .
Loodoo,' Aug. 10. The Rome cor- 3 I
t" of ,the Exchange Tele F.,o.B._ ,Orwul :,AH_cm filly equipped.Futter GAS DEPARTMENT

ph company says that ;according wt will k. able w _tala lb.ariaaa dfelentf
*ctio.. u* the aiDiaaa cut in WTptre&ui&f
In wf.rt.iT pro
dispatches from Vienna the Monte- II '
ud (sales deputmento If wt reach ID ottpat. f ltiillllltllllllllttttttfffffft"fllllftaIMtttHIIIMMIIIOlii
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yesterday bombarded the 3M.IM emu.fcetween,tke above d tev tt-'il-tl'I-II'I1 ' ' iM
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fortifications'of San Teodo ,And dw&ld wt rtttk this pwdartk w *****.totkt rpa
to W per ,car (enAicutUtlS U
Wyef. sham fn*"$41
Catti.ithout, however, in- _
) to ereiy retail fcFtrf lie'pudues anew:
total damage. car Wtween Aifnt 1. Mi. .aad Anted !- 1315. SKIRMISH ON SERVIAN BORDER PATRIOTISM RUNS HIGH IN To fee convinced of the producing
,Fu firtfcer prtiealarri n wdinrtke'. lewyike.udpreftU., Paris,..Aug. 10.-According to _advices BELGIUM power of Sentinel want ads.-try one. '{
FRENCH,.TROOPS. ENTER ,ant: flanM . 'received here the Servian ad- Brussels, via London, Aug. 10-
"T.. ;ALSACE. "p. G. "' : vance posts have arrived before Vise- Patriotic enthusiasm is running high. OPEN ALL NIGHT
,: < " grad,;Bosnia,.to which place,the,Aus- The minister of war announces that The City Drug Store is at your ser
..,. Aug.;: 'Ik-fletachmonts. : of i ( ....-..-":.",, "'" \, trian troops;fell back,when they'retired 4,000 volunteers have presented them- vice dependable both ,day courteous.and night Prompt tf,

;.fie:Tnoee.or. attiw ,troops: & r _. ,from:the, Servian:frontier'after selves.
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": 'a.pMr Abase today.. ' ,: .. -- ." lolled. Read the advertisements daily. story.
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< y : 2,000 and 3,000 Americans were still

$. .: 1R50V. -' : ):.. waiting here today for the sailing of
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MATTERS: LITTLE' WHETHER ish tramp steamer Atherstone, Captain -

: ', YOU WISH. TO START A SAVINGS k Bliault, with a cargo of 256,000 .
bushels of wheat consigned to Fiume .
TAKE OUT A CERTIFICATE t I .:. : -
ACCOUNT .
Austria, arrived here today. : :' :. , .

., f OF DEPOSIT, OR OPEN A i Safe( II r: H>>Cll E ES .," "

1'; CHECKING,ACCOUNT BASEBALL RESULTSt )

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" This strong bank is behind form
any :
National League For Valuable
of deposit you,' make. Its strong financial your Papers, Jewelry -.
Brooklyn 3, Chicago 2.
f foundation, 'its experienced officers New York 2, St. Louis 3. .'

: J .' and its system of safeguards, .makes the Boston 0, Cincinnati 0. Thirteen Silver, etc.
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': .:.,,J,.f. STATE,BANK OF ORLANDO Philadelphia 5, Pittsburg 4. .';. $1.00 PER YEAR AND UP .

'G t ;. 'if > : American League .."

'Q '" :':; {.the glace to place your money" hr: L'/ Chicago 2-2, Cleveland 00. : .'

... :, -- *" '?: :,: ". f' :, I You cannot afford to leave such i

i ;' '- :. :. i... DO- ,.THIS. . NOW !' k 1: ,.. ..". '. Federal League ;; .. .:: valuables at borne when $1.00 will J'
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: :it : ':;; : Brooklyn 2-3, Chicago 0-5. ..I ... :
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r _, Indianapolis 7-4, Baltimore 3-5. : safeguard them for a year. r
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.V St. Louis 4, Pittsburg 2. .

1: 4. : : Kansas City 2, Buffalo 5. :[,. ;

Southern League ',: : .

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; ; a : Atlanta 9-0, Memphis 70. Second "

e game seven innings; darkness. rH* .

Chattanooga 4-4; Nashville 27.

z'T. Birmingham 2, Montgomery 1. Fif-

.NOTICE east half, section 5, township 21 south, range 27 teen innings. '>, .. .p. . : .... ., ." .. ,, .. .. .. . -. .

'J. 2 Of AypBettioB I.r Tax Deed Under feettaf > Cert No. 47, dated June 3, 1912: North 26 Mobile-New Orleans; rain. .... ... . .. .. . ... . ... .. .
chains of west 44 chains, section 6, township :' "':: :"; ::: '' " ':" ': . ..' . ......; .
(r Oapter.4888, Laws ef Florida : : ' : : : '. '
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21 south range 27 east South Atlantic League ; ( I. : :
Cert No. 48..dated June 3, 1912: All fractional :0'4': ..... ,... : :: : :
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: i! Notice is hereby given that Andrew W. G D.
section 7. township 21 south, range 27 t > .0'C
Porter,'of'New York City, purchaser of tax east Macon 2-3, Jacksonville 12. t / .
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r :. certificate'named below, has filed said certificates ; : : d : -1 :
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,: in mj office and has made application Cert No. 49. dated. June 3, 1912; All fractional Columbia 8, Savannah 0. ".,.... .. .. : \ > : ./ \ <: _
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for tax deeds to issue in accordance with section 8 township 21 south range 27 Charleston 2, Augusta 0. : : .
kw. Said certificates embrace the following east .

described Florid, to property-wit: situated. in, Orange county east.tional Cert section No. 60 9,,dated township June 21 3,south 1912,: All range frac-27 Albany 2, Columbus 1. ; \. < }: (. C \ }:r::::;:::'. : ;:::r:.:, :/',:::::. :\ : -: ;:,...:" ":" .:.'; .::.:: ..:;' ::: : '.:'.' .-:,::..../.: :'.'''':,;'):''::':::, '.,,:<;:.\. ::...' ..? ::: :: i'i'"f.;; .

Certificate No. 22 dated June 3. 1912: .
i- South half of southeast quarter, section 21, Cert No. SI, dated June 3, 1912: All frac. north to beginning) section 24, township 21
: t township 20,sooth, 'range 27 east tional section 10, township 21 south, range 27 south, range 27 east -
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r Cert No. 32, dated June 3, 1912:' South east I Cert. No. 60, dated June 3, 1912: All frac- STATE NEWS' NOTES
half, section 81; township. 20 south, range 27 Cert No. 52 dated June 3. 1912: All (less tional section 25, township 21 south, range lasted the better part of the night. distilled water from the plant is calculated
east Lot 1) section 11, township 21 south; range 27 east. ,
s Cert dated A bolt struck a building on the water to supply a 25 ton plant. The!
; Cert. No 35,1 dated Jane 3 1912: Northeast 27 east 198 June 3 1912: All unsut- ,
,! quarter and east half of southeast quar- Cert No. 54, dated June 3. 1912: All un- veyed part (less unsurveyed part of north- (From the Gainesville Sun) front and all of the windows cost is estimated to be about $26 a
;ter, section. 82, township .20 south, range 27 surveyed part of section 12, township 21 west quarter) section 18, township 21 south, were
. ,' east south, range 27 east range 28 east The marshal of Apalachicola has broken and the dctric meter de day and the revenue from the sale of
..rt:"! Cert No..37. datedJune ,S. 1912: All Cert No .55 dated June 3. 1912 All (less Cert. No. 201, dated June 3. 1912: 200 ice would neat in the J
put a sum city's
< section S3, township 20 south, range 27 east east half of northeast quarter) section 13, acres unsurveyed land in section 19, town- been instructed to buy all rats pre stroyed. The occupants of the build-
: ,, Cert No. 88,' dated June ,a, 1912: West township 21 south, range 2l, east ship 21 south range 28 east treasury in a short time.
half of northeast quarter and northwest quar- Cert No. 66, dated June 3, 1912: All fractional Cert. No. 221, dated June 3, 1912: 40 acres sented to him at the rate of five cents ing were stunned by the bolt and
$ ter and south half section 34, township 20 section 14, township 21 south, range. unsure yed land in section 30. township 21 each. This is following the exampleof were in a serious condition for quitea
south range 27 cut 27 east. south, range 28 east Who is your painter and decoratorI
r.. Cert No.',4%, dated June 3, 1912; North.west Cert No. 57, dated June 3, 1912: All fractional The said land being asessesd at the date Pensacola and other cities on the while. If you are satisfied keep the one you
quarter of northwest quarter and south section 15, township 21 south, range of the issuance of such certificates in the
coast. have if not, phone W. T. EntricanJ
half, 'of northwest, quarter and southeast 27 east name of Delta Canal Company. ;
'quarter of southwest quarter and west half of Cert No. 58, dated June 3, 1912: All frac- Unless said certificates shall be redeemed Kissimmee No. 636. 1-20-t"
t.. southwest quarter, section 2,. township 21 tional ,section 23, township 21 south, range 1 according to law tax deeds will issue thereonon may have a municipal ,
L couth, range 27 east 27 east. the 15th day of September A. D. 1914. One of the heaviest electrical ice plant which will be able to man The J. W. Hyde company of Jacksonville -
'i' .- Cert. No. ,43, dated June S, 1912:' AU section 'e.Cert.. No. S9, dated June 3, 191!: AH frac- \ Witness my official signature and seal this
3,:township 21 south, range 27 east. tional (less beg. northwest corner of southwest the 11th day of August A. D. 1914. storms in the history of Fort :Myers ufacture about 25 tons a day. The has secured a contract for I
"; '. ,Cert. No. 44, dated'June 3. 1912: AU sec quarter of northwest quarter, run east (Seal) B. M. ROBINSON, visited that place last Thursday. The town operates its own light and water and one-half million feet of lum
,tion 4. township 21 south, range 27 east S2_ chains, south to Lake Apopka, northwesterly Clerk Circuit Court, Orange County, Fla. two
.,t Cert. No. '45. ,- dated June 3, 1912: .South along same to west line of section i i By M. A. HOWARD D. C. storm began. about 7 o'clock p. m. and plant and the exhaust steam andf I ber for the Panama canal.UIIIIIIIIMMmilimilMinitMlttmimiMIMMillMi .
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: LADIES' GOWNS, made'of a good quality of Nainsook,
Em49 LADIES' PETTICOATS, Cambric and Nainsook Trimmed,

broidery Trimmed an exceptional value at . . . . . . C 89c
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LADIES' GOWNS, a splendid quality of soft finished Muslin,
I 69c '
with heavy Embroidery Trimming, 'special at . . . . LADIES' PETTICOATS, made of a very fine Nainsook, and
$1 44
Y trimmed in heavy Embroidery, an extra special value at ,


L LADIES'' GOWNS, made of Crepe and Nainsook, some Embroidery .

Trimmed, and some with Scolloped Edge, good

value at . . . . .. . . . . . . .... . . . . . . . . 98c. LADIES' COMBINATION SUITS, a beautiful line to choose
a from, and Extra Special Prices, $2.39 $1.44 $1.19
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LADIES' GOWNS, made of a very fine quality of Nainsook, j
$1 19
cut full and trimmed in Val 'Lace and Embroidery. . . .

COVERS, an extra large line in soft Nainsook,
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LADIES' GOWNS Beautiful Hand Embroidered Long Cloth 39c
$ 44 priced at 79c. 69c. 44c. and . . . . . . ... . . . . . .
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