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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 13, 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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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, THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1914.
NUMBER 158. ,:


I GREAT BRITIAN DECLARED WAR AGAINST AUSTRIA-HUNGARY AT MIDNIGHT ::1 I





,GERMANS( ARE.[ MAKING LAST i D DESPERATE( ( ( A ASSAULT ON CONSTITUTIONALIST I I TROOPS r WILL !





:, LIEGE( ( AND FIRST I !JIG !BATTLE( B I (EXPECTED( ( AI NAMUR I PEACEFULLY y ENTER- I THE f-CAPITAL- ;,;



HARVESTER[ [ COMPANY I IA IS BRAZILIAN MINISTER MAK. 1

FAILING TO TAKE LIEGE, THE'GERMANS ARE BELIEVED ING ARRANGEMENTS BETWEEN .
smVIANS S ARE INVADING G[RMANY
ClAIMS U. S.S.DISOmMINATES
TO. BE 'PLANNING TO FORCE THEIR WAY SOUTH TRUST T LEADERS ;

THROUGH PROVINCES OF LIEGE .

AND LUXEMBURG AUSTRIA ACCORDING-TO MAJORITY O.S.ISIN U THf[ A RAN fMfNT{ [ 1

DECISION OF U. S. DIS- ]

i1kN CAVALRY "IJEATSMALLFORCE[ Of8RGlANS HAVE JOINED FORCES WITH BY NOT PERMITTING WIRELESS TRICT COURT ?arranza Will Assume Provisional -

'. MONTENEGRINS AND MESSAGES FROM Presidency and Immediately 1

BOMBARD GORASHA GERMAN STATIONS Unless Plan for Dissolution Is Provide for an .!

General Belief That First Big Battle Will Be Fought at or Near Submitted in Ninety Days Election .l

Namur, and the French, British and Belgian Allies Are. Austrian Bombardment of Bel- (Charge of the German Embassy the Court May Appointa 1
J grade Continues and Great Enters Protest With Sec- Receiver Washington, Aug. 12.-Special.-( j
Thought to Be Concenerating There-French The
Brazilian minister to Mexico 'J
Damage Is Being Donein
Claim Their Position in AlsaceIs retary of State City, who represents the United 1
Excellent \ the City Bryan St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 12.-The In- States in Mexico, is arranging with .J
ternational Harvester company today Constitutionalist "First Chief' Car- 1
Nish, Servia, Aug. 12.-The Ser Washington, Aug. 12. Daniel Von was declared to be a monopoly in restraint ranza and Provisional President Car-
'Brussels, Aug. 12.-Special.-The( ) Germans are commencing vian and Montenegrin armies, which ]Heimhauser, charge of the German of interstate and foreign bajal for the peaceful entry of Car-
fresh phase of the war. Their attack through central Belgium had effected a junction on the border embassy, conferred with Secretary of trade, and was ordered dissolved by a ranza's army into Mexico City. I
of Herzegovania, are now operating State Bryan today on wireless and majority decision in the United States The participation of the Brazilian
having failed they are entrenching along the Meuse to the rightof I together district courtUnless minister indicates
cable that
communication between Amer the United _
,
.;the Liege front. f Servian artillery is engaged in the i ica and Europe. The charge had pre the $140,000,000 corporation States has become a party to an I
Hundreds peasants are being employed on the road south[ "bombardment of Gorasha on the river viously requested that the state department submits a plan for the dissolution of agreement by which the capital will
.through the provinces of Liege and Luxemburg, foreshadowing, ]Drina, twenty-nine miles southeast of ] permit code messages to be the combination into at least three be turned over to the constitutional- j

it.is believed an attempt: ty force their.'way to the south of the /Sarayevo, the Bosnian capital. exchanged 'directly between the independent concerns within ninety fists.
Ourthe and toward the upper Meuse in France. ,I' Servian troops already had cap- United States and Germany, which days, or in case of appeal within ninety Immediately upon occupation the 1
'. \tured the Bosnian town of Vardishtaat now are barred by the military censors days of the issuance of an appeal provisional presidency will be assumed -
Roar of Liege Bombardment Heard Twenty Miles the junction of the rivers Drina in England, through which coun- mandate from the United States supreme by Carranza and the questionof

,I There has:been fighting in the ,neighborhood of Liege all day land Lira.i try all code messages must pass to ,court, the decision announcethat i I the retention of the United States j
.the.roar of the renewed bombardment of the Liege forts can I i I Some unimportant outposts encountered reach Germany. The charge was also the court will entertain an application sarmy'at Vera Cruz, an election by the
lie heard twenty miles off. are reported on the Servian desirous that the German-owned wire- for the appointment of a re people and a settlement of all claims
;- German I I frontier at different points on the rivers less stations at Sayville, L. L, and ceiver for all the properties of the will be considered. "
Cavalry Defeats Small Belgian Force Save and Danube. i j JTuckerton I N. J., be permitted to corporation.The .
A.fight. of importance occurred at Tierlemont, where a thousand The bombardment of Belgrade, the work with Germany free from cen- decision of the court was given AMERICAN MISTAKEN FOR SPY

< .,German'cavalry with quick firing guns mounted on horses Servian capital, by the Austrian artillery I sorship, thereby placing Germany on by Circuit Judge Walter I. Smith, of -

t attacked: a.,regiment of :Belgian lancers. It' is believed to be the continued today and heavy:' an Equality with England and France Iowa, with which Judge William C. Halifax, N. S., Aug. 12.-John L.
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,first time material damage was inflicted on the which are using their cables without Hook of Kansas, ,
quick firing guns have been used in such a manner. The I, agreed and from Ferguson, an American citizen ar

:Belgians suspected of
number of men killed and wounded. state that the I being a spy, has
Bulgarian
government A disposition shown majority opinion held that the been released. It
was at the was shown that
i ;The,German cavalry, which on Monday and Tuesday spread it-i i 'iis preparing for eventualities but itI I state department to justify the apparent International Harvester company was Ferguson was employed in making
:self 'out:over a front extending from Strond to Hannuet, at the his i not known what it has in view. I discrimination against the from its organization in 1902 in viola maps of Nova Scotia for the govern-

.same time sending: detachments in the direction of Tierlemont, I 1 wireless by an article in The Hague tion of the Sherman law. The orig ment. His home, is in Spokane, Wash.

x' HJoughArde :and Jodoigne have fallen) back except at one point I convention which provides that such inal corporation, formed of five con .
:i where they'are keeping in contact with the Belgians. fDRAKm DEFEATED[ IN methods of communication may be cerns, violated the first section of theSherman'
( barred where the stations were erect- act by restraining competi U. S. TO WnH RAW WA
'Y Heavy Siege Guns Before J
Brought Up Liege jed for purely military tion among themselves. The com
purposes on
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Heavy siege'guns have been brought up before Liege by th PRIMARY j neutral territory and transact no bined organization also tended to
Germans and a last desperate effort will apparently be made now t commercial business. The German I monopolize trade in contravention of SHIPS f FROM.VERA[ CRUZ R l

to reduce the forts. The German advance is being greatly ret contention is that the prohibition does the second section of this law.
RALPH D. COLES NOMINATED not apply for the reason that the The decision'declares that while the
stations
_. rded by the Liege fortifications, as they dominate the routes International
in question have been Harvester company and SMALL VESSELS
BY REPUBLICANS doing ONLY TO
'" taken. by the Germans and also the intervals between the forts, commercial business. its selling organization, the Interns-
FOR U. S. SENATOR BE LEFT FOR PATROL .
thereby, preventing the passage: of artillery and transport wagons. Secretary Bryan promised Charge tional Harvester Company of America DUTY :

> Not Believed.Liege Can Hold Out Much Longer Haimhauser that he would take the control from 80 to 85 per cent .
The bombardment. the 'Liege forts has been going on terrHca1lYI Democrats Renominate Governor subject up with President Wilson as of the trade in agricultural implements -

all day and reports of serious damage to the fortifica- James M. Cox, Republicans soon as possible and the charge returned treatment manufactured by them, their Recalling of Battleships Has Non
of smaller
"t. -1 tions ) Name Frank B. to the summer embassy at competitors i Bearing on European War
have been received. It is not believed they can hold out general has been fair and just.
y 'f' Willis for Governor Newport to await his answer. Though May Be Used to
much.longer. The
; court finds fault with the actions
8 Aieanwniie the Germans are erecting fortifications in the of the corporation, aside from Preserve Neutrality
Columbus, 0., Aug. 12.-While returns GERMANS BRIDGE THE MEUSE the technical violation of the Sher- -
streets of Liege with view to
a restricting a possible attack on
were incomplete today man man law, for only two actions. The Washington, Aug. 12.-All the big
the fight flank. for Warren G. Amsterdam, Holland, via London, opinion declares that there was no excuse ships of the Atlantic battle fleet will
agers
First Big Battle Expected Near Namur Harding asserted Aug. 12.-The second be withdrawn from
attempt of the for the advertising of the pro- Vera Cruz and .,
'Jt is the general belief that at or near Namur will occur the big they had advices which assured his German army to build a pontoon ducts of D. M. Osborne & Co. as independent brought north by September 1.

battle for which the way is now being prepared. nomination over former Senator Joseph bridge at Herstal over the Meuse was for two years after it had Secretary Daniels announced today
B. Foraker and former Congressman successful, according to a dispatch virtually entered the International] it was his intention to leave in Mexican -
Though no word of the movements of the French or British has
Ralph D. Coles as the Republican from Maestricht to the Telegraaf to t Harvester company. This advertising waters only small craft capableof
rbeen given out it is believed the allies are concentrating there. candidate for United States day. The bridge is intended for the. was to induce purchasers, the patrol duty or which might be
Nine forts similar to those at Liege are at Namur. While sen passage of siege artillery: several court finds, from those who were opposed needed across the gulf in Dominicanor

r ,they are only one-fifth the size of the Liege forts, the forts at' ator.While pieces of which are being sent to ,to buying from the combina Haitian waters.
not claiming the nominationfor Liege and others to Namur. It is the plan to have Rear Admiral
: Namur are closer together, however, and the ground about the tion.The i
x a Foraker the Foraker other Fletcher take command of the fleet .
city.is much better for defensive purposes than at Liege. managersdid act censured by the decision -
r not concede his defeat. TimothyS. CARGO OF COTTON FROM SAVANNAH was. the manner in which the at Hampton Roads about September I'
FOR LIVERPOOL five original concerns were turned 1 in succession to Rear Admiral Badger '
Hogan, present
.ENGLAND DECLARES WAR ON AUSTRIA-HUNGARY attorney general,
x Savannah, Ga., Aug. 12.-The Brit over to the International Harvesters who then retires. At the navy :
London, Aug. 12.-(Special)-A declaration that a state of was nominated for the senate by the ish steamer Lorca sailed from thi company by William C. Lane, a New department it was said the movement t

z war ,exists between Great 'Britain and Austria-Hungary as from Democrats. port today for Liverpool loaded with York banker, who contended that he of the ships had no connection with '

midnight of August 12th, has just been issued by the foreign Congressman, Frank B. Willis, of cotton and naval stores. She went had purchased the properties."The the European situation, although
office. Hardin county, won the Republican out under the British flag. court is clearly of the opin- some of them might be used in safe-
nomination for and ion," the guarding neutrality.
} governor Gov. decision reads, "that the ,
Official arrangements have been made for the Austro-Hunga-
James M. Cox was renominated by MONTENEGRIN COAST BLOCKADED process by which it was made to appear -
rian ambassador and# his personal representatives to leave' London the Democrats. ; that the properties were sold to THE SIBERIAN WILL INTERNEAT
.
i tomorrow. Vienna, Austria, via London, Aug. Lane was merely colorable." BALTIMORE
THE WEATHER. 12. An effective blockade of the The court holds, however, that the -
FRENCH STRATEGIC POSITION IN ALSACE EXCELLENTParis Montenegrin coast has been established property turned in to the International Norfolk, Va., Aug. 12. The Ger-

Aug. 12.--(Special.)-Following. the official statementby Florida: Local thunder showers since yesterday by the Austro- Harvester company was greaterthan man freighter Siberian from Ham 4
the. minister of; war that the French strategic situation in Thursday and Friday, except generally Hungarian fleet, according to an official the stock issued for it, and tha.t burg, which yesterday stopped off
fair in north. announcement here today. the case involves no question of over Cape Henry and summoned a surgeon -
'Alsace is excellent, it is officially stated that the march on Meulhauseh capitalization.The to attend her commander, Cap '

was made solely to destroy the German secret service and court cites portions of'the de tain Gerbauher, suffering from an ulcer

spy'system which'centered in Meulhausen.. limiMMMMMMMItltllMIMiHMIMMMtHMIMISentinel cision in the cases of the Standard Oi will go to Baltimore, under com

company, the American Tobacco company mand of Captain Brachaupt, fearing
i LIEGE FORTS STILL .HOLDING OUT r Best Small- Town Daily : the DuPont De Nemours & capture should she take to the high

F London, :Aug. 12.-(Special) 'The official press bureau o(the Company, and other cases as to wha seas. .
4 war office'gave out-a statement tonight-that there is good reason constitutes the restraint of trade,
to'believe the:forts'surrounding'Liege'are still intact. '. : A ,prominent' Florida newspaper man whoplates IQ1t reasonable and unreasonable. GUARDING CANADIAN POWER

starting a.daily, writes the Sentinel as follows: PLANTS r
TONS.'OF STEEL BEING HURLED AT "What UPRISING IN ECUADOR -
"4 LIEGE, FORTS news service do 3"OU'use for your daily paper?
Brussels,.Aug.:'13.: Bulletin 1:35 I Niagara Falls, Ont, Aug. 12.-A
"We '
-(Special.)- ,' a :m.-: The,bom regard the Sentinel _as the best small town daily
bardment of the Liege.forts'has.been recommenced. I Guayaquil, Ecuador, Aug. 12.- military guard was i placed today at
Big
:siefe that comes;to our exchange table, both from the standpoint !Troops have been
sent into the Canadian
the here
coast plants and
have been power
guns brought Germans'wh
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of steelat. the .fortifications. The 'Belgians 'are : theeneiny1ire ... of typographical excellence and news servicellimiHimillMIIIIMMIIMtlMMIMIMMmilHi/' :province of Manabi to quell an upris at important stations in the system
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'; : ) vigorously. : . _,...:' "$. - .. :ing. It is believed the rebels will be which supplies light and power tort '
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s F I. Dress Goods Remnants MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS II'About
MEN'S SHOES
... DRESS GOODS,REMNANTS up to 20c yard now ...10c
i Up to 35c yard, now ....................... 15c 150 Eclipse Shirts will be sold for $1.00 till further,no
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$2.50 and $3.00 Pants now...................* $1.50 offer you are not ashamed to make will be accepted.LADIES' have no special "Gingham sale" on, but we alwayssell
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and we have the best real 34x84 count percales, that
::1 :f LADIES' SKIRTS SHOES we sell twelve months in the year at 12 l-2c a yard.
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the Anglican church ,
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1 I mined to abstain : 'rims another, perhaps, a 'Oil'Tires. AT THIS BIG BILLABiographVilagraphEdisonEssanay
; son for, his'own celibacy : :
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mined to put into a _
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rj His,mother, who was ., I
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,ed hu'band to his by plan.good She r : / "The Price of Drinks "
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meat<;to make the fortune .. ,
joyed,' and she bad
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to have it given to the .

t;k', Laura,One day Edmonds Mrs. Whiles whom { "A Sentimental Burglar "

son fancied, and.said: ,
"Laura, I wish your. Vitagraph drama.
''How can 1 We Good as NONE
serve you .
Bought Before
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"Marry my son." .
"Whatr I
1 mean what,I say.
be revolutionized. He has | Tight Squeeze "
, ideas,about living the life ald ,
" and giving the fortune the Advance Edison
left him-he' had better drama. You can name this one
to,0>e-to the church. .
fitted.you and I think ,
I(him if you want him." >
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; WbyMrs.-Whifflesr! Cunning
I /(j "Listen to.me. Paul's / ,

It.11(f sentimental self per is cent a good on and t4.$800,000.though, they are yours as long as they last at Essanay drama. ,Anderson's a plenty.


where his feelings are

, isn't a bit like me or like THE ORCHESTRAThe
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- "But, Mrs. Whiffles"-

'"Don't'but' me, please. best show in the city in the best
sensible ,
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Paul you get his property. '
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me how I am'to marry

your'"Simplest son"- thing in the I Auto &

::Herod Herod." Supply Co.I

-, '"Please explain." FRIDAY.-.Our seasons biggest show.
"The first thing is to get .
That will arrange for "Through the Clouds," the most sensational -
'have'to -
do after that Is ,
I build two churches picture ever filmed, squeezed into

gas much into bigger the ones.balloon.Keep' four (parts. In conjunction with this, we

.,Regret that havon'fr_ \
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build all these church .*# a Vifcagraph
,, > "Then what?" I special feature in two
parts, featuring Lillian

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-, l t',,'girl tell'be me- ever all about.it met yon Hell I'll ,: I [ NEW[ GRAND John B. Stetson University Walker and Wallie Van: A great

the rest myself. I'll ''I comedy.

two together ,can build LINCOLN BULLEY, Ph.D., Litl.D.,LL.D., President I
.beat, the Cathedral of TEL -
on nothing. Sacrifice DeLAND, FLORIDATHE I
to living oo bread and '
bread. and water_will app -- I COLLEGE GRADUATE DEPARTMENT OF ARTS AND SCIENCES- I
Courses
leading to the
degrees of Master of Arts and
agination. Work in THE COLLEGE OF Sciences :
First Class LIBERAL ARTS
FOR
great purpose." !1 for admission. Twenty one departments MEN-16 in alL Carnegie units required :
t' "But I' wouldn't ; THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR WOMEN-A woman dean separate lll S L COLLEGE[ [ Winter' 1
(thread and water. with bath, hot : THE COLLEGE dormitories OF for LAW-Course women and leading a separate to the gymnasium.LL. B. degree.16 Carnegie Graduates units.admitted 'I Park
'"No more would Paul water; : to practice in Florida without examination. I ,
anything dainty THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING-Courses in
enough Civil.
Mechanical Electrical :
to,;mortify the flesh- "yar round. and Chemical engineering leading to degrees. I Oldest College and Most Beautiful Grounds in Florida '
THE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS-Especially for Florida teachers, ,
strong nor
will. "How beat funny/St. Simeon rates through THE mal COLLEGE courses OF and BSIXESS-Besides special teachers' courses.Banking, Book-keeping, Accounting. ,' College, Academy, Music, Expression, Fine Art, Do-
7"Will you dine with us and September. Shorthand Typewriting, courses in History, Law. Economics and Finance. mestic and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Course.
day evening?" THE ACADEMY Sixteen units for graduation. Prepares for Harvard Yale. Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire'pIO-
Princeton Chicago and all high grade
| colleges.
FLA :
"'."Why. Mrs. .Whiffles : THE SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS-For boys and young men desiring tection, fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dol-
7 You don't Intend-I 7-23-lm I manual training, mechanical drawing ic. lar endowment. Three teachers of music, $5,000
THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC-Separate teachers for piano, pipe organ, violin voice, organ,
engagement
for that harmony and chorus work. I a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs chorus, class. Superb new
"Well,Laura,goodby. THE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS-Free hand and life drawing. Painting in oil I rooms for business school, full banking equipment.
New
I'm:sure. You're no fool Pastel and, water color. :
chemical and physical laboratories
equipped with
jon: since you were a every
iin; sure there is no t SALE SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO :I modern device analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water.
..von." Preparation for engineering
1. The Preliminary Course in Agriculture-Botany, Biology, Organic and In : course.
'.>But. Mrs. Whiffles' organic Chemistry, qualitative and quantative analysis Agricultural chem Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football,
fled AT A- istry. Mineralogy Geology &.
Herod, u yon I Christian, but undenominational
have; as Z. The Pre-Medical Course-Physiology. Biology, Anatcmy, Histology, Bacteriology ; expenses moderate.
Into you proposed Zoology Botany, General Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry Qualitative I Scholarships available. For catalogue address
'. the church at the : and Quantitative Chemistry. :
stomachs" 3. The Course for Religious Workers-In Bibical Literature. History, English ,
t. loremakingr-"Oh,'you !must* do some Pedagogy. Ethics,'Logic and Theism.CLYDE ,,, WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN,

., What else?' ten acre tracts on Ph fy LL D., President,

"Get him: that's all Kissimmee road, !I j
:"And after I have got HMIMMIMMMHMMIIMIMIHHIMHMIMmiMHTHE .
'"Oh. Laura, you make and one half miles. ,-
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these.churches that you f post office Orlando.!I .

been If/you' building can't manage together one or all. The I N wY r n R mrn

'Thorsday the girl I take evening you at for.7 ,' double when the 1

Miss Edmonds appear is laid Other 3l4 4wftt

'W 11Des- promptly' at 7; s for grove pur .
announced a few minutes
:was' as bright in action buying values. Also

,' Deemed dull of and LINE
Spent the interval since groves' city MARKET
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r gist poring over at prices that com
r) drals and her knowledge
,jest; made the young Only Direct Line From Jacksonville
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Of
Uie a country meeting Cleanliness Of Quality
beside a Michelangelo! $ Atha I -
Mrv:. whiles did her S
Miss Edmonds had Are. Ground n.rl FRESH AND SALT MEATS ,
when Paul 'called on Fare Includes Meals. and Staierbon! AccoHBOtatiOBsTickets
e NO. 311 1 FISH AND GAME
.aftW,days later he found

up oncathedrals.on medieval'asceticism When he on Sale Until September 30th, Kept under the best'sanitary conditions.

pos&I, with the proviso GRIND LENSES and Good Returning From New York up Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresb
;and spend all their e ALL KINDS OF and pure.
Ho and Including Octob.er 31st. \
thousand a Ships
year on We invite inspection and guarantee
satisfaction.
clarjd that the REPABUNG Scheduled Sail We have
amount to
themselves was extra vag Tuesdays. Thursdays everything in the Meat Line
When the ,couple Saturdays at 2:00 PM.'
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t wedding Journey, which The PARLOR
',were-to live on for a year For Further Particulars Apply to MARKET
lee said to the bride: .
trtw that .you've got H. M. Self & Co.
'you;Anow what to do with LG: WENZEMTa. Pass Agent
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that before We L H_.. RAMSDELt L, I PINE
.ried. said,the young lady STREET
up her left hand, showing *. :" t, JAcKS NVILLE,. FLA.. .

.went solitaire I ring.diamond set In _to Dr. 0. P., Lull! : / :,' -, -, ...... ,- ; Phone No. 80
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'' THE DAILY THE PEOPLE HAVE LOST PA- from the next legislature, if in no concerned, there are surface indications -

q Soilh t Fto-Hla Seitiiei HENCE other delay way and-cost but,this added means to attorney's additional that the American Bible Society MtMMIIMIMMttHWIWPY

fees and court costs. This is bad )ought to send a few million more
i$ HOMING AND WEEKLY The following editorial, from the enough, but the teachers must not be copies of the good book over into
> JOfiiAH FERRIS Editer aad Ones Orange County Citizen of yesterday, defrauded out of their wages. i]England, with instructions to use the
"Meanwhile the irritation that the 1
Entered at the poitoffice at Orlando.lea. Flat so clearly covers the point at which controversy produces prevents thatj'surplus in Germany, Russia, France
8 at Second CUw Mail Patter.a. the controversy :relative to the pay cordial relation that should exist between ;and other bloodthirsty nations. !
: SUBSCRIPTION RATES ment of the Orlando school teachers the county superintendent and j * /

r Dtflr, 1 Year .-. H.OO stands that it is well worthy of reproduction the school officials and teachers, The United States government, to
) Duly. i Months ....................... 2.50Dailj. whereby co-operative work can be ac
S Monthi >...,..... ........... USDmfly for the information of the complished, and this is even of more test the various 'grades of tobacco, r H''
rv ,1 Month : ...: ........ ... SO people of the county. serious consequence than the money has a machine that will smoke four E

y Weekly 1 Year 1.00 Any one who will take the trouble proposition, and it is no wonder that l cigars at once. What envy such a
,,, Weekly / Months 7S to investigate will find that Editor the disgusted people with of Orlando the trouble are thoroughly that one machine will cause to fill the heart of

) TO ADVERTISERS: Howard has expressed the sentiment man can bring about, and regret that the average boy.-Times-Union Phil
f of the school patrons of Orlando but the county superintendent has utterly osopher.
C.q fir fitplaj and all a iher handeetadrerti destroyed his usefulness in the Orlando
O mildly, and that the Huh, that's nothing. We saw a
in nut be fcaaded ia at the buUeu people are more schools
district for the balance
epee of to Beatfed Bet later tfcaa 2 y. than disgusted with a situation where of his term." man sitting in the front window of a
the day before pobBeatioa. TkU nit applies
; to data for contract tdrertisinf: it lsUrariakk one man, however honest and conscientious cigar store in Clevland, Ohio, who
?r < 'asd win be strictly adhered U.O he may be, can jeopardize the .- SIDELIGHTS was actually smoking ten cigars at

desiring The Sentinel discontinued welfare of the city's school system. once. That is, he kept the ten cigars
K should notify the office in writing es n in his fingers and kept them all burning
Personally we have criticism to
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be no (By W. S. Branch)
F := tontiaaed at the regular subscription rates.StMribep make of Superintendent McKinnon, The Orlando crop of summer widowers at once, and as fast as the ten
mob notice to stop is received. but he has allowed his judgment, is already quite large and l were consumed he lighted another ten.I .

a THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1914..t when arrayed against the judgmentof growing daily. One of them was I!And he kept it going all day and day

,. c .. all other county and state school heard the other day humming that after day for a week or more that we .
t officials, to lead him into grievous er popular "I'm watched him. He was doing it to advertise
song, just pining for
"Is it hot enough for you"-in Eu' WE'RE OFF ON THE GREATEST MERCHANDISE
certain brand of and
that is his a cigars
roe rapidly destroying usefulness you, but he failed to say just who
rope? as a school official. The Cit the pines referred to. prove how mild and good and harmless VENTURE OF OUR

izen says: * (?) they were.UNCLAIMED. CAREER.
The dove of peace will come in GET ABOARD!
"It is a matter 'of sincere regret During the past 20 years the value
handy food for the armies of Eu
as that after all that has been done by of the crude products of cotton seed in LETTERS Yesterday was the first day of HAPPY
t rope. the trustees of the Orlando schools WEEK at this
r the United States has increased from List of letters remaining uncalled Store. You never saw any
0 r the county board and the state board for in the postoffice at Orlando, Fla, where merrier or better-natured lot of
million dollars
twenty to tone hun.
for the of schoolteachers
payment public
for the week ending August 8, 1914.
The formation of soldiers' unions shoppers than filled
D of the last term that the obdurate dyed and fifty million dollars. Oh, When calling for same please our aisles--and you
r say
and a general strike in Europe would county superintendent still refuses you cottolene. "advertised." never saw any shoppers so highly cleased
0 help matters whole lot to sign the 'warrants. with their
a pay W. R. O'NEAL, P. M. purchases.Of .
o "Every possible means of entreaty, Men's List Blair Arthir Birns course, the main of
pressure and court procedure has Orlando keeps well up to the front ; cause the nncon-
England has declared war on Aus been exhausted, and added to,this the ranks of Florida towns of it's class, Gus; Browning, John L; Fender, L fined joy of our patrons, was the sensational -
R. Harris Thomas T. M.
: i tria-Hungary'and France will official letter to the county superin ; ; Gayle, ; lowness of prices. We're clearing
likely and by the time the coming winter JoJ son, G. W.; Jennings, Lonnie;
tendent from the state board and the
'' follow suit in a few days. that it would be altogether season arrives no place of its size Keoedy, J.; Oakes, J. "D.; Richards, out summer stocks, and have slashed
o governor satisfactory to the state board, the in the state will be able to show finer G. L; Simpkins, B. W.; Taylor, Leon; prices to the quick.

Q If we are to believe the reports of highest educational authority in the brick paved streets, better homes, Ward Women's, Jack.List Brown Mrs. Mat- While we're enjoying Happy Week buy
,
K the'number of spies captured and the state warrants, that the and superintendent relieve the tension sign larger churches, finer pipe organs, tie; Brady, Mrs. W. W.; Miller, Mrs.Iva liberally of the bargains offered, andjou'll

x shot, the European scrappers havemore and help the teachers, but all to nopurpose. larger or more complete stocks of A.; Pritchard, Miss Janie; Right, have cause to remember it as the
Sherlocks than soldiers. i merchandise, bigger yields or shipments Elizabeth most gladsome event you ever attended.. .

"We doubt if'there is such an exhibition of citrus fruits, more civic improvements POSITIVELY EVERYTHING
,of wanton obduracy in all the Don't wait for every one In town to SHOWN
A few
giant firecrackers droppedfrom state educational history and the pan better sanitary conditions have Entrican, the painter, before THIS SEASON REDUCED.We .
a skyscraper right about now i tience of a long suffering people ham s larger building operations or a you try. Am too busy to look you
London would depopulate the city been completely exhausted. more prosperous lot of business and up. Phone 636, and I will be on the draw special attention to these for
1 a few hours. "The county superintendent stands professional men and conscientious job: 120tfllliMHIIIIIiltltiiltMII tomorrow I
pat on the assumption that his con
science will not permit him to sign boosters.
Some men with fine voices are the warrants, but the people have % es Fancy Lawns
wasting them soloing while the small long ago seen that his conscience so Rev. A. B. Carrero, pastor* of a
newsboy is raking in the shekels with operates that his judgment has been Mexican Presbyterian church in Dal A magnificient assortment
affected and he fails recognize that to choose ,
his war extras. las, Texas, sent a Bible to Gen. Villa S'k from
.F all educational laws made by the peo a big range of dainty new designs,
0 pie are for the good of the people and containing the following inscription: new colorings, and new combination

When a small boy starts out to buy to reasonable accomplish conditions.the most good under "Senor Francisco Villa: This Boohas effects, including the new chintz's, new
is a dog the first inspection is to de made the United States and England
two, three four and five
"Everywhere in human history laws toned effects,
termine if the tail is long enough to instituted for the general good of the' great, and this Book will save i Department Store and they are all of this seasons goods-

afford a good hitching post for tin public have been subject to reasonable Mexico" nothing old about them at all.
cans.Y'. modification or adaptation for the While there is no doubt that the We've been
selling them
good of the cause or the people. right along at
"And in much message of Mr. Carrero is true so far 12 l-2c. and 15c.
as as the conditions Tumblers Happy Week Price is
} More than two-thirds of the entirehabitable arising as to the Orlando schools as the United States and Mexico are Jelly

'y globe is involved in the Eu were extraordinary and had to b 7 1-2 cents
either met, and were honestly met by the
ropean war, directly or indirectly
men put in authority by the Orlando MtllHIMiMMmillMMT. Jars
as a colonial, possession of one people, nine of these officials as Fruit
of the big powers; t against the judgment of one man, the F. HOIRIHAN Dress Ginghams
0 people should see to it today and e

the Miami Herald tells of a cow henceforth at the that door, the of responsibility man's be Licensed Plumber and all kindsPreseing Do you think you bought enough yes
placed one con
that produced nearly,ten,tons of milkand science," as he terms it, but accord Sanitary Engineer terday to carry you through? We have
1,260 pounds of butter in on lu the facts, a plain case of mis Estimates Furnished. Jobbing over 200 designs for you to choose from
;year. That sounds more like a cow's etaken judgment, blindly followed Promptly Attended to. and every one of them good. Perhaps you
husband than "Every person conversant with the don't want the 10 yards we are selling to
a cow.
facts knows that this PHONE 629
prolonged re
be all
of one pattern? well we'll
help
fusal to pay the teachers will cost you
However; bloody the fighting !at the tax payers more in the end, but 106 Court Street out, we'll cut you any length you want of

Liege'may have been, it is a mere that does not disturb the county su ORLANDO FLORIDA any pattern as long as you take the 10

skirmish to what will happen when perintendent."The county board is bound by con 20 S. Orange Avenue j jMiiimiiiiiimiiimt ji yards.
the millions of trained troops of the tract to exhaust every means to pay 4jllmHIMMIMMMIIIMMIMI The 10.yards is worth-and those who
,x big powers get together. the teachers and relief must come' have already bought know it-$1.25.

o Happy Week Sale Price is, 10 yards for

One of the Socialist doctrines is IIMftHMtMfMMtMltMMMMtMtllllMlMHMIjM'MMilillllllMMtMMM 85 centsLadies'

the prevention of wars, and yet Germany

in'which, they have a very Fresh Seed
strong hold, has shown herself to be
.
; the most warlike of all nations.Of Bathing Suits
We are ROW receivtog New, Fresh Seed. Gall or Write for Prices
We have a magnificent assortment, an
course we, are dumb, but we
can't see where a change to eastern cELROY'S PfA R E ACY assortment that many a store of twice our
dimensions would be proud to offer to
time would give us another hour, of
daylight, as the Miamians claim. The Give DS a Trial Quick Delivery in Drugs. PHONE 20. Try our lee Cream.iMMMMMMMMIMMMHttMHtlillltlMMtMIIMIIIffllMUMMMMMMMH. their customers. We have them in all the
corrects Fabrics including fine
qualities
sun would get up shortly after theY
; of pure Mohair Brilliantine, all wool and
roosters,begin crowing and go to rest
part Wool Mixture, Satin and Satin Mes-
about the time the cows come home.
saline, colors Navy and Black, trimmed
with combination colorings. Prices ranged
Instead of being an angel of mercy
from $2.00 to $10.00.
to cast a ray of light through the

dark war clouds of,Europe, the Ocala We have made a "DIP" into these

t_ Banner is trying to make war worse prices that will positively astonish you.
than Sherman ever said it is. The
Banner suggests to the Germans the ) ELRY FOR THE EDDING You'll be happy when you see the

advisability of loading their cannon goods, but far happier when you ascertain
the
with limburger cheese. reductions

o For the bride, countless things in Silver, Cut Wve "Swamped" the profits.

I Having failed to preserve the peace Glass and Fine China Rare jewels of every de
of Europe through diplomatic sources, scription. Are you Happy? We are!
,
the Lakeland Telegram predicts that
actual fighting will end within eight For Bridesmaids Ladies of Honor, Flower

months. That's a safe prediction. In Girls, etc., Bracelets, Brooches, Bar Pins, La Val- Art Needlework Packets

these days of quick transportation Tiers Wristlet Watches, Silver Vanity Cases, t
t We are clearing out our Stock of the
and
quicker killing devices if actual
Purses, Card Cases, etc. v famous D. M. C. Make.
lasts Many a Happy
fighting eight months there 4H
won't be enough live soldiers left to For the ushers-Cuff Links, Coat Chains, Two- +4 Hour" can be passed making the hundreds y

bury the dead. Pocket Chains, Full Dress Sets, Gold and Silver of many dainty articles that can be produced ,
from these well
known packets.
o Pen Knives Pencils etc.
.
,
Your choice
The Happy Week" one-half
Arcadia News thinks, because
we recently gave a.little advice about Let us help you with your wedding present the marked price.

going to Sunday school, that we have problems. .
been doing some reforming. Never

had anything to reform from, Will,

and we can give advice right off the i

reel on almost any subject you might

spring. Since you mentioned it,

though, we. don't recall ever having H

ti seen you in Sunday o school DIOKSONIYES C :


4No more will the lowing herds come

winding down the streets of Arcadia,

' land no more will the beef trust make T.H.Evansthe Jeweler DEPARTMENTAL STORE
; a profit off Arcadia lawns. Tuesday
the citizens voted the co'rs.out of the

corporate limits by a two to one vote. ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING
PUCE
The cows will, all be notified by proc OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

lamation of their banishment and any *
violators of the new trine law will be EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING :

arrested and imprisoned until their z..wwmllIWIwnw.wi
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: owner pays the fine.


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*'WADES TRUSTEE IN BANKRUPTCY IF= ==cu '

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i :; ), FLA.Mr. .. Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. The attorneys representing the
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Admission 5 cents creditors of the ( bankrupt firm of )
Hamilton & Dunn have .
agreed upon
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| J. W. Jackson returned from'a
business trip to Jacksonville. 'MMIMIIIItiMliHMIIM Mr. Kendrick Guernsey as trustee in .
: I bankruptcy to liquidate the assets of . 1
'TAllen
BUYS AND SELLS TODAY'S PROGRAM. the defunct firm. Mr. Guernsey will j
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Miss ,Alice -
: Kimbrough left yesterday
receive his appointment from the
to visit relatives and friends in Extra! Extra! ."fi '
(. REAL ESTATE "A Fight Against Odds. In three United States district judge for this

o Kentucky.jMrs.: reels.."The Also-Law of His Kind." In two district. el It Hi I s"S

The liabilities of the Hamilton & .
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parts. A Rex drama. &
: C. A. Pedrick, of Waycross, "Bess, the Detective. Joker com Dunn firm amount to about $9,000, j
G\,, is. in the city visiting. her sister,: 600 acres south of Winter edy.Six but the assets have not been deter-
; 'Dl s. J. M. Pedrick. Garden and west of town. reels! The biggest show. in mined, this being Mr. Guernsey's first 4. j jI
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; .' Gotha, including 10 acre Five cents to all.REESEJOHNSTON. undertaking when he takes charge of :'
,' it your ''proposition is.'worthy and '- --- the stock and accounts. { Give us a chance td show J
will stand investigation, te -.about itb4ough orange grove. The en- NUPTIALS you the newest styles in '!

the Sentinel. tire I tract covered with MISS STARBUCK ENTERTAINED D watches.Ve .
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yellow pine timber. Two In the quiet of the early morning, TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB \ will trade in your present

1Jr. W. ,P., Flanders, of New York'city miles of lake shore. a wedding beautiful in its simplicity, The Twentieth Century club met watch or movement, allowing j
,'is sojourning in Orlando today, took place at the Baptist pastorium,
1 a,fcuest of the San Juan. Miss Nannie yesterday with Miss Hope Starbuck, you a liberal amount. !
) -' ilMMMIMIIMIMMIMMi'J M. Johnston L. Reese and Mr. the afternoon proving most pleasantfor If you have any 'idea of 1
of Kissimmee,
f 'f you want the news and reliable Mr. Wm. House, of Atlanta one of were married,by Dr. Edw. T. Poulson. all attending. After completing getting a watch we would appreciate ; j

by reliable advertisersread. the most jovial traveling men on the Miss Reese is the attractive sisterof the literary program, light refreshments II IIe the opportunity of 1 1

.the Daily Morning Sentinel road, arrived in the city last night. Mr. J. Hugh Reese, of this city, enjoyed.were daintily served and much showing you. '

j He will 'go to Tampa today and re and for several years has been instructor Our prices will surprise 1
Miss Addie Kimbrough left turn to Orlando to spend several
yes of instrumental music in th MRS. BROWN ENTERTAINED
terday for Demorest, Ga., where she days. high school at Kissimmee. Mr.-John POINSETTIA BRIDGE CLUBs J
will spend the remainder of the sum stan is well known here, his duties a you.Allen&Co .j
The Orlando Auto & Supply-com :
mer. deputy clerk of Osceola county frequently Mrs. T. 0. Brown entertained most 11 11t j
.t pany advertise no advance in pricesof
bringing him to Orlando. prettily yesterday, her guests ,being
Mr. Chas. E. ,Rinaldi, the Florida tires as long as the present big A few relatives only were 1
presenat the members of the Poinsettia
representative for the Louisiana Coffee stock, lasts. Read their big advertisement the Bridge U
ceremony, and these, with the club, and two tables of players en- Jewelers
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company, arrived,in the city yes on another page. bride and groom, descended the stairs, joyed" a pleasant ,afternoon testing

terday.i passing ,through the vinetrimmedhall their skill at cards. Reliable
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Repairing
Misss Beryl Little, of High Springs, J
---- into the
i I the drawing room, which, by The room where the players were .
formerly member of
of
D. L. McKinnon, the well a faculty the artistic use of 'palms, plumosa, seated was fragrant with cut flowers '
known naval stores operator, was in I Sullins college, of Bristol, Va., iq and white asters, had been convertedinto and dainty hand painted tallies 1
f the house of Miss Elizabeth \
guest
the'city yesterday for a while, looking a fragrant bower of beauty. recorded the high score in favor of .
after business affairs. Branham White satin ribbons .''', .. ,
I festooned from Mrs. Jamison, who substituted for <: ,, ., : i
I Of'' ;;; the door way marked the pathway of Mrs. Campbell.

Mr. A. J. Walker, superintendent of : Dispose articles not wanted lithe 1 I bridal party' to the improvisedaltar After the games, the hostess, aided D
the Apopka-Winter Garden telephoneline around your home and,get what you where Dr. Poulson awaited by her two small daughters and Mrs.

was in the city yesterday greeting :want through a Sentinel."for want" ;them. Wm. Lege, served delicious cream

,friends and transactnig busin ss. :or "for sale" ad.Miss i Immediately after the wedding, for and cake. I b.

I r which the ring service' was used, Mr. Mrs. Jamison will entertain the II [o= 7urJAwj
n Messrs. Harry, L. Be\taan, Edwin Maudie Rowland has gone. to | and Mrs. Johnston left for Clearwater club at the home of her daughter, - -
Beeman, and James Laughlin III., Winter Park to take charge of the and Green Springs, where they Mrs. Geo. McCulloch, at its next ''MIIHMHMMHiiltlllllMimWe , " i .. ..
i ,welt up to Beresford yesterday in I central office of the Winter Park Tel will spend their honeymoon, later going meeting.

their :autos to superintend the 'overhauling ephone Company. to Kissimmee to make their In attendance yesterday were & t

,of Mr. Beeman's 'yacht, ,the home. Mesdames W. P. Watson, Wm. Green, j
; "* "Lnole." Attorney John C. Jones and family The bride .
wore a most becoming Wm. Lege, Jira Skinner, Geo. McCul-
left yesterday morning for a two traveling gown of "old blue" Egyptian loch, Jamison, and Misses Lottie and II J
Miss Mary Robinson entertained a weeks outing at Pass-a-Grille. I crepe with trimmings of ecru Mary Holt and Rossiter.TYPEWRITERS II 1

few,friends' 'at luncheon yesterday, lace, and her hat was of black chip, ': .;;, .... 1,
the pretty affair being given in compliment The summer absentees are gradua11y tam shaped, touched with loops of cleaned and -:"-. .Y 'i
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repaired '
'to ,Mrs. Mills, of Jackson- getting back home. blue. Her bouquet was of exquisite ; 26'years ''experience, 11 in :j
'vine:/who is the house guest of Mrs. bride roses tied with white satin. Florida. D. C. Baldwin, of Jacksonville Please. Others
Grey'Rush. NO WAR PRICES ON TIRES The wedding guests were Mrs. J.,B. now at the Glenwood House,
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,+<; Because Orlando. 8-12-3t
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'\. Reese, of Kissimmee, Mr. and Mrs.
We bought BEFORE the advance, We
Mrs 'F. Doublin and daughters, and they are yours long as they last i!Millard Reese, of Brunswick, Ga., Mr.: Read the advertisements daily can please you i iA
MiSses'Ly and Annie, of Cleveland d, at "Before the Advance"prices. Rowell Reese, of.Macon, Ga., and Mr.:
Ohio, returned to their home today 8-13-4t ORLANDO AUTO & SUPPLY f.O. and Mrs. J. Hugh Reese, of Orlando. Trial is all we ask 1 1i
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; aft r spending ,a pleasant" six weeks

with Miss Ida. 'Doublin at. 111 West BODY OF MRS. HOGAN SHIPPEDTO TIRES AT THE SAME OLD PRICE CkCOInsect 1
street a
Pine OHIO ,

'Mr. Attention is called to the advertisement Killer Will ii i
and
Mrs. James F. Hendry and I The body of Mrs. Marie Jane Hogan of ,
family, 'who have been spending the who died the Cook Auto company
Tuesday night at the Rid
in another
'past< three weeks at their old home in home of her daughter, Mrs. F. J. 90 column.tires.They receivedyesterday THE SANITARY GROCERY 1
new and there willbe
;. tSt.: Petersburg, returned yesterday, Ford, in the southern part of the no advance in Your house of all insects.
price. Dr. Aber-:
making the. trip from the Sunsh'Cityin
city, was shipped yesterday afternoonby
n thy says that as long as they can CARUTHERS & GORE
their 'auto.
; Undertaker Hand to the old homeat obtain tires at reasonable prices they Quarts 35c. Gallon $1.00
- Portsmouth, Ohio. Mrs. Hoganwas .
Fred Gilbert and Master Fred will. give their customers full benefitof For sale ;
Mfs 74 years of age and a cancer by Phone 200 1
,Gilbert, Jr., of Kissimmee, are the attractive caused her death. any possible saving. I, ..,
house guests of Mrs. Joe Carrnfhers & Gore 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

Bumby. Mrs. Gilbert was formerlyMiss CYRIL SCOTT IN "THE DAY OF CAKE SALE SATURDAY IIII .

Mabel Parker, and has DAYS," AT THE LUCERNE -. ,
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fri4ds.InOrlando. Cyril Scott will appear at the Lucerne church will hold a cake sale Saturday . . ..--. . . . . . - - - -
today in another Famous . ..
Players
,Mrs, J. B. Reese, of Kissimmee,Mr.E masterpiece, entitled "The Day of morning, beginning at 8:30o'clock iiiiiiiiiiiii.II.II.IIIIIIIIII'I.'III..1,1.,1".1.1.' " *.
and Mrs. Millard Reese, of Brunswick, Days." at the Dickson-Ives store.
and Mr. Rowell Reese, of Macon, Gau, The film is full of emotions, and $13-3t '
'?: presents a powerful drama with New
who!were in attendance at,the J ohnst York
background.
as a
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on-Reese nuptials, left last night. Thrilling and sensational scenes are WEATHER REPORT

While in the city: they were the guests in all parts of the film, and it will The following is the weather
report
of D|r. and Mrs. J. Hugh Ree e. hold you from beginning to" end. for Orlando for the week ending Aug. {
"His Hour of Manhood, beautiful
a -
< 9, 1914
as taken by Mr. Jas. Thom
two reel Domino feature, will also
son, co-operate observer of NTIRES
the' National
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Attention is called to \he change be shown. Bureau.
,in the half page advertisement of the No advance in prices.-Adv. Temperature.

Florida Real Estate and Investment High. Low. Prec. Bar.
NO WAR PRICES OX TIRES Monday -_____ 93 73 .37 PC
company. This concern is capitalized Because. Tuesday ______ 94 72 T. PC i
at,$<|5,000 and incorporated under the We bought BEFORE the advance, Wednesday ___ 93 74 .05 PC :
laws''of Florida. It does a' general and they are yours long as they last Thursday ____ 96 72 1.64 CC
,real Restate' business and solicits the at "Before the Advance" prices. Friday --_____ 88 71 .05 CC
ORLANDO AUTO & SUPPLY CO. Saturday _____ 89 74 .27 PC
listing"i of' all real properties. 8-13-4t Sunday ______ 92 73 ___ C RECEIVED YESTERDAY :


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fnetropolii n adventure, by Louis Joseph Vance, wonderfully NO ADVANCE

portrayed by this noted actor* '

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Fl' "His Hour of Manhood," a beautiful two reel Domino t

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s PRESCRIPTIONDRUG[ G STORE MUNNIMAKERS f

' T Notices of Loft Wanted For Salt, For
QS Bat, ett, for this column. 25c for one diy. \ AIR LIMBER
I0 t for three dale, or f LOO for one week for COMPANY.
16 worth or leu. Money matt aceempuy
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z x Some,.:Drug Stores make a specialty of SODA WATER. FOR SALE ORLANDO
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Some Drag Stores make a specialty of Cigars and Ntrsery stock, one, two, three and
four year old buds; Foster Early,
Cigarettes.. Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-
"" ington Navel Address Mrs. MLKahK
Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
; OUR DRUG STORE Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime '

J Up to date painting, papering, etc., "'.. _ __ _
is the kind you want: Where to get
'i is known by the commendation of its customers. it
People it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T.
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who are particular about their Drugs are Entrican. 1-20-tf
Statement of the
Condition of the
the kind of customers. want.
FOR SALE-A scholarship on

Draughon's Practical Business Col- Orlando Bank & Trust Co.
lege. Will sell at half price. Call
at Sentinel office. 8-7-6t ,

"Proi$ Dependable Courteous" 1!FOR SALE-Second hand sewing Orlando, FIa.,

r machines; drop head Singers, rota At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.
ry White, rotary Standard, New
: Home, and other makes. Will be RESOURCES.
sold cheap for cash this month. Call

',' The CITY DRUG STORE \ at Singer Office, or phone 321. C. B. Loans and Discounts A . . . . . . . . . . $379,514 36 4

RM j Lindsay, manager. 8-11-tf Over-Drafts . . . . . . . . .S . . . . . 622 34 .

POTATO VINES for sale! Choice Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . eo . 26,018 33
]. L. DEAN, Prop., ii E. Church St., Orlando, Fla. ; 5 street.Nancy Hall vines at 307 East 8-6-6t Pine Real Estate, Furniture,and Fixtures . . . . 26,63131:

<, Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . 291,393 48

FOR SALE-One five passenger .

touring car; a big bargain. Willsell $724,185 88
'f PINE CASTLE well drilled employes, and Pine Castle 730tf..for $300 cash. Apply this office. LIABILITIES. ,

.' will receive the recognition that I Capital Stock u. . . . . . . .
eo.
Pine Castle ,
Fku, Aug. 11-Mr. town u. u u u. $100,000 00
any of her
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and Mrs. C. C. Hall are'at home after years We age should have had FOR SALE-Best quality heart pine Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 39,961 35

spending most of the summer at of Ago.tourists. are nearing the number fence posts. See 1,. N. Lewis, 406S. Re-Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None '

:' 1"\ Clearwater. 'lips will Mrs. S. Frank Phil East street 7.14-im D Bills Payable . . . . . . . . . . . . . :. None

,1 Miss Hazel Bennett entertained the to be sent make in to out A.the list this week WANTED-To exchange Vose piano, Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582,669 47

Misses Lois and Hallie,King and Miss ters. With the C. L. headquar in good condition, for Victrola and j Due to, Banks . .f. . . ;-. . . . . :. . . . 1,55506
hotel
new ,
to be
builton records. Piano be at For I
,J may seen
Edna Arnold
of Orlando
Friday and Lake
Conway, this winter will mosa. Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland, ::
Saturday.Mrs. probably see the Fla. $724,185 88
tourist list
up to the: :: .
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:r,' M. B. Parker returned this: I standard.Let live Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . . $291,393 .
WANTED to :
week from visit in Winter Park -Couple on country
at
a
'i us do somethig for Pine C asplace.. Call or address, 400 West .' Reserve required by Law . . .e. . . . . 116,533 89
,
; the home of her son, Mr. Jerome Par tle. Let the
..i men revive their boardof Central avenue. ':
ker. trade, and let the ladies form I Reserve in Excess. of Amt. Required by Law
$174,859
V Mr. C._P. Dow, of Orlando, is spend civic league. Mrs. S. a WANTED-Permanent position yby : 59 .\
ing the nights at his camp cottage, I is willing to Frank Phillips woman with family to support. Experienced Deposits on June 30, 1913 . u u eo. . . $527,758 01
,\ Taitglewood'Island. any time the ladies organize a civic leagueI in clerical and executive .: Deposits on June 30, 1914 . . . . . . . 582,669 49
I of Pine
Castle re work and capable of handling force
1 I. Mr. ,Peter Mack, of Orlando, came t1
i down one' evening with Rev. Father ',I ready willing: to to meet accept with any her, and office while in not the of people.furnished Orlando as and to character Chicago references and- ;I: t t INCREASED u. . . u .. . . eo $54,9ll 48 ,

'i Bresnahan. Mr Mack is one who has: league she will ability. Q-19-tf i, ,
" ., put-many a dollar into the hands of l parliamentary rules offer to instruct in - t The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors

; the.people.of Pine Castle, having for until the league and to supervise FOR RENT 4: to persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
gets into good running treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines '
?' years bought of them the green pal order. All 4 of banking. .
metto fans, the cutting and gathering evidences over the country are FOR RENT-Cheap, small cottage 4 Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and I'
I of women's civic lea near W. E. Stevenson's, DeLaney : safely conducted bank are cordially invited.HMMiMIMMIMiiii .
i of,which
f" was at one time the leading : doing immense goThe
amount of good. street, south. Inquire of Mrs. Stevenson 1 4
- ,1 industry of Pine Castle, being carriedon 'I possibiliteis for Pine Castle are almost i or Mrs. Dr. Anderson. t:::itt1ttt 11t1t1t i1JtttIlllll:1111I:111tI/Illtl'tt:;: : :
by the native women here as well overwhelming; but sincere ::
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endeavor -
--.1'1 as the men. I can bring marvels out of Fourteen room FOR house RENT modem, ,! . ._ . .. . . . . . . . . . .
1 ; up- !!!!!!
:Mrs. F. M. Hansel, of Kissimmee, chaos. !... , , !! & '
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to-date furnished Lucerne
; partly ; on iM4M . .
is.the guestof, Mrs. Walter Tanner. Rev. P. J. Bresnahan, pastor of the Circle; with garden, fruit and flow :
i (1 Miss Gallic McCraney, of Haines Catholic church ers. J. F. Watkins. 730d&wtf.FOR .
at Sanford, delivereda
t' City, who has been visiting at the
series of lectures at the school ad- RENT-Two office in -t
a spaces
t J "home 'of her brother, Mr. L. McCra.ney itorium last week. He is there most our store at No. 9 W. Church street. [[I I Mammoth

o has made many friends he I intelligent, the most highly educated Come in and we will show you. Pierce iu Ky. $$7J5
Electric Co. 3-29-tf
among ier the v'sitSeveral young folks and is enjoying I public has speaker on religious topics that I

been heard in Pine Castle in the TO RENT-Some very desirable mod ,
residents.are quite ill. Mr.
last five years. ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563.
a E. A. Johns and his son; Earl, little I f 4-26-tf
the
.During last week, also, there --- --
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= RETURN
Edna Petersen,Mrs. H. L Haigwood j t i wary e revival meetings held at the MISCELLANEOUS j From Jacksonville
and Mrs. Witt Hansel f Union
chapel under the
auspices of
..;. her Miss Olive Hansel ,has returned to the Baptist congregation of that DYNAMITING done in all its branches. Tickets on Sale August 12th, Return Limit August 30th.
work at Lakeland. ,
chapel. They were opened by'Messrs. Clearing land is our specialty
,Letters from Mr. and Mrs. Jos. L.I'I'1 Albrittan Let do work. Estimates For Illustrated
;, young men wll6 came here us your Booklet and Fuji Information, Address
Sunday, who are making a lengthy from Beulah. Towards the middle of cheerfully given. L. N. Lewis, 406S.

visit pleasant in Chattanooga time they ,'are tell having of the very and [illness the week in their they family were called away by East street. 7-14-lmo H. C. BRETNEY, L & N R. R.

and the
" c the bounty of the gardens and fields meetings First class Brazing specialty at J 134 WEST BAY
were left in STREET
'., they are cnioying. From descriptionsthey Milton and Evans.charge All of these Messrs men Warman's 12-5-tf. Repair Shup o Court St. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

arc giving, one would naturally s
opine the soil of that is I seem very ambitious and energetic in region veryproductive. their Rubber Stamps made to order atWarman's I I Ii JS.A J-Ji.A -
work. It is hoped they will do I I I ''* Ci lOtH ; C I tt til ,.
.
Fine vegetables, luscious Repair Shop. 12-5-tf
some good. .. . . . . .
'.I fruit and honey to ,delight the inner . ---
If Christ LOST Kit of automobile tools in .
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came earth
.... man, and fields of cane and tobaccoto preach His upon today to roll. Return to Sentinel office and t- I.III.tilltIIDI. III.lllllttt' I.ooce'\I..I.
please the sight We are glad the gospel do we think for receive reward. 8-4-2t
I one moment that he would Tail ---- ---- -
and
Sundays are enjoying themselves; but scream at the people? We told NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet [ : ,3lNpyur.Jm. H
''f we wish they would come home. that Christ had the are potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000.
, A visit to the home and plantationof mildest voice in Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant ,
J. W. Matchett is worth the trip. the world and how far did it reach? Co., Apopka. Fla. 5.2 4-tf v '.
It reached -- --- -- --
Mr.; Matchett is one of a pioneer f amily I, to the uttermost parts of -
of Pine Castle, having'spent his the earth and is still reaching oat !I They Were to ,
through
I the
centuries
. entire country life under here every, and circumstance he has seen this and passed away on the brow, of since Calvary.He nnual hcursion

The
W. C. T. U. will hold
is a living, demonstrating example a business :

what the native of this locality mabecome. y ident,meeting Mrs. E.at D.the M.home Perkins of the Ares August 12 :
Educated and courteous to afternoon.Mr. thursday be Married Soon

a degree he is also a tiller of the soil .
Wm. Wigman has VIA
and his acres of sweet potatoes, sugar just installeda
.cane, bananas and citrus fruit brand new soda fountain in his pure .

' are a sight to behold. The grounds food. delicatessen This and refreshmentstore. Mlantlc toast Line I Came to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of

r surrounding the home are beautifulwith store is already a meeting four or five rooms. They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortable
place for the
1 tropical plants and the rose garden young people of the the amounf oi had
village and the soda fountain yet money'vhich they available for the furnishing of their
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of Mrs'J. W. Matchett is almost will
home made
RATES FROM ORLANDO
prove an additional expensive peices prohibitive.
attraction.
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beyond description. It is the Southern
,home and plantation such as one Washington, D. C. . $ 22.00 They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.

: r reads about OPEN ALL NIGHT Richmond, Va. . . . 20.00( We offered a few suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were

k t The matter of making an automobile The City Drug Store is at your service Norfolk,_ Va. . . . . 20.00( much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they ,
driveway from the county road both day and night Prompt thought they should, want.

h 1 through the peninsular to connect dependable, courteous. tf Proportionate low rates' from After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doing

with that of Conway is again under To other South Florida Points the best possible with their t
be back and
t ! convinced of the appropriation they came placed their or-
consideration. All the property owners producing der with
of .
power Sentinel want ads. RATES FROM us.This
JACKSONVILLE
the try one. -
on peninsular believed to
are
; be in favor of'it, and'it suggested I" is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are

that the road through the peninsularbe Wilmington, N. C. . .' $ 12.00 I I pleasing. ,

named Hoffner boulevard, in honor Griffing's Trees: Winston-Salem, N. C. 11.00 We carry an extensive stock of serviceable! attractive homefurnishings

of 0 H. Hoffner, who has been the Give Results Hot Springs, Va. . 18.50 grading from the lowest priced which are food, to the very best. Your appropriation
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owner of the peninsular for so many for furnishing home be anything from $175 toioooor
years. Order ARBORYI Roanake, Va. . . . 16.25 your may more
your ROSES and -you can make the most of it with us.
From the. railroad straight back TAES, PALMS and ONNAMENTALSnow. Chattanooga, Tenn. . 13.80

through, the peninsular is the widest Office opposite P. 0. Tate Station, Tenn. . 15.50

portion of Pine Castle and there is a GRIFFING'S TREES GIVE RESULTSOne Monteagle, Tenn. . . 15.05 I

suggestion that this be made the center reason Mammoth Cave, Ky. 17.95 1
:
Kincaid
of town and have the depot movedup & Snowden
the track a good piece from whereit The Gritting experienced are the best andmost Warm Springs, Va. eo 9.00 I

x .is, so that the depot can be seen in the state, and one propagate or more Tickets sold August 12th limit
from the town' and the town seen of the five are always on the August 30th
from the depot A. C. L. officials round. Furniture oi Character at Popular Prices

have promised that when Pine Castle W, H. BROKAW For Tickets and Reservations

:can produce the required number of Salesman Call on A. C. L. Ticket Agent or . Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida

tourists'names she. will be given a Grapefruit and Orange J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A,

depot. master from-Ii their own force of j :'_ Trees II| Tampa, Florida. t=,m '" =i I;11'11' ;11111 1m I II U 111-111111.... ,

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: MODEL THIRTY-FIYE FIVE-PASSENGER TOURING CAR ,
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Wheel base, '112 Condensed inches; motor Specifications, 1-2x5; four cylinders, cast Rooms with bath $t,0X( ,. '

t en bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission; "

H \ axles-front, beam; rear, semi floating'; single drop frame; 12- Special rates for room and board by the: '

4 4 inch brakes, internal and external; springs-rear, three-quarter : .
elliptic; front semi-elliptic, underslung; Holley carburetor; 15 week '.} '.<

gallon gasoline tank, carried at rear, pressure feed; German silver s . -- : .
,'V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment: ; a

11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side ,

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

J. B.: MAGRUDER & SON, Oakland DistributorsDAILY : .

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SPORT LETTER WOOD, COAL AND ICE DR. F. C. BOARDMA .. ...., Mtttt :
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<- rank and
Wood strand Hand'sCoal
, $1.50 a up. DENTISTI
.file of fans are hoping that the next I i
;world'series combat won't be between Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf Boardman ,
Building II
the'Giants and' Athletics. They've ; ,. W. 1. SLEMONSNew j i

grown a.bit.tired of.seeing these two I OSTEOPATHYDR. Office Hours:
clubs fight it out in the October haze, 830tol2:00 1:30 to 4:00 \

andthey:are pulling for some other.clubr 4.
540.
to "horn into" the big doings.U'the Telephone
J. C .HOWELL
Cubs and Athletics bad'an- Goods Arriving Daily !
Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and appointment
other world series duel, or the Giants : Eat what you want.
and ,Tigers, or Giants and Red Sox, No extra charge for house treatment Eat all you want. I. I
fandom would be somewhat satisfied. Telephone connections Take a postscript and forget it. .'
For sale all
by druggists.
i
,.B.ur the great mass of fans would I Iy Office' cor. Orange and Central Aves. l-T-d&w-lyr IIYW.jm'cIhtt ii

rather'see the Red Sox and Cubs, or I t
: the Tigers and Cubs, than to see either t
' :)of the teams that battled last year We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John. B. Stetson & Co., t\t
in action this 1
again
:. year. made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. t J
The. reason for this is that in thecase & -

.of. a series between'I the Giants Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towel J
, and-Athletics, the'fans. take it as a t
foregone,conclusion that the Athletics Pants and Overalls mad by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

; again wilt conquer.. It's, sort of an Victor Records for AugustThe' & Ca Best place in the city to trade.
,, old story repeated-and they want to t
.hear, a new one. They'd rather see

,. two,,!totally different teams in .action. list for August goes on sale today -
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I and is one of the best that has been issued -
Th* wise ball player is the one wh9I we.r
will this year. A most attractive list of the SLEMONS
cease immediately in'trying to .
0'I work.both. ends ,against the middle. popular songs and new dance numbers includ-

'Hellsign up a, contract right now, ing Berlin's best hit "On their Way to Mexico \ ORANGE AVENUEimiliiHlllllllilHliillllllllllllllMliillliilKiMMMMIII


with'the organization,that offers him and the Barcarolle from Tales of Hoffman -
'the very best terms. It w n't.be a iii --
recorded for dancing. To hear them is "
good;plan ,for him to remain on the
,outside, trying get the rival leagueto to buy them. .

,bid a tittle higher for his services
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,Signs of baseball peace are abroad
,"in the land,. according to those who The Arcade Boo and Music Store .

,claim be on the inside. Both fac-

tions'are' tired of war that.has given I,= TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
no one but the players the best of it.

:If,:they decide suddenly to get to- r f dre 3 o .
:gether, the unsigned ball player who COOK WITH GAS
DAILY
: eETWEENjUFFALO'f
tai ,been holding but' for the mag- .
nates to bid higher and higher for his
:*services' will arise, some ,A. M.. and 7 : LEVElAND I

: ,discover that all the world is std and

i .dre r. There'll be only one thing left 1. 6. Speed
to'dO-1o'sign up at any. old salary .; Convenience .
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that he s ti.
can get.
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Comfort' Efficiency
And"you can bet on it that,if the 2.
'AmeriCan, National and Federal THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"
leagues form bntk 500 feet Imdtk 9!btt 6 tech.;$19 etata'oomIlDII pubs MxrauaodiUoi....- 8. Safety ;
a triple alliance they'llsee ;
3. Cleanliness
pn._ ttai -liryf iafcUpcoprtioin--richer fa all> ypoianaeati-Ihin any Homer ott ,
i ,see to ,it that the ball player who iaJIM....01&be warLI; 1ft icrocv JBDO 15tlkCt
'.1 asn' any contract for 1915 will get ltagagieeatSt.amsa .SrEANDBE ."rotr of Eri"d-Gty: of Buffalo- 9. Perfect Regulation ; '
Daily BUFFALO'and CI D-Mar1attoDec.ht 4. Simplicity
one-the said contract calling for '
I, LMwBofik fOOP.'M. LetwfCWimd.. - l-00 P.M. of Heat
about:'six kopecks a month. v AmwOmlaad 7 JO'AIM. ,'At .Buffalo . 730 A.N. CIlit
4 SR .. (F..mSlud d ) 5. Accessibility
10.
cese a.e.etc7wetoaforPetB.,.T dnen.It..anp B'ec.dsoat6.ea.a.nea.aeeseyb.t Economy
I: 'Fan; < om asks just what would happen' dI ...Bdaleud.a-w.r.n'pff1.f"T"r wrataio.a..e.t..w-. .
ia' let JOIIZ ttck elect far t4t.n vii c a:B:Lies._"rile.h tiaadwaw illwtnted booklet 6n. ,
I, case"the Feds and 'Organized
THE CLEVELAND & 0.
..Baseball.do get together. BUFALO.-TRANSIT'CO..Clenl&Dd. I
I ".will they ,keep the three leagues ';"
I: intact,'or will they form two twelveclubleaguesf' t 1. CONVENIENCE

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I. Such. a question is one that onlythe'b Did you ever sleep over in the morning or come,home late in the after- .

I,' ,- sebaU leaders,can answer. The \ noon and have to start a fire and wait for the wood stove to "heat up?"

I tbasebaJJ;: critics seem to think that I Did you ever want to make tea or heat up,some milk and couldn't because
I :two twelve club circuits would be far
I better than three eight dub ,leagues, you would have to start a fire in the range for a few minutes work? Did

I but soape'of the big baseball leaders you ever want to start something cooking and go off and leave it to entertain

m 'say1.that such a plan would not be i your company, but couldn't leave the wood range going. Did you

I.'feasible... ever-but what's the use? We could keep on giving instances all day why
I1, r The federal League .circuit wouldhavetabechanged"somewhat it is "Convenient" to COOK WITH GAS.
I:, ; in 1915 BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
Iif; ; it went- into Organized Baseball. LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS We will let you be the judge. Is it "Convenient" to strike a match and

1 |:.make'rj: profit 'if housed in one'town.I Effective from August 1, 1914 to August

At .lealt, 'not for several years to 1,1915'and guaranteed against any reduction r

_e.. t This would mean-in case during that time: .

I .there, & an amalgamation-that the
I ,.Feds would withdraw their clubs Touring Car - $555.00 ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. :

I ,from.S\ Louis and Chicago, shifting Runabout 505.00
.3
I "the.franchises: probably to Cleveland .
F. 0. B. OrUado. AH can fully equpped.ruther. GAS DEPARTMENT
l>:. ,and:.Detroit
I., Kansas City,is not a"baseball'town, we will be tilt to obtaim tie aii.um efficiency '
cost fa
.ar
tad the miniiwm
I and., whether ,the Feds paddle, their tn'phasing sir factory tad sales prodaction.departJauta If we reach u outp.t ef **** iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiititmiiiMiimttiirttttniniimiiiiiMiHimii . .H
m .own came-next year, or whether they gee tot ran fetwttU the above dttei. "IIIII' tiMMtMltliiHHMMHMttMllt9IMtt f 11I11I1-1I"ill
I this ction. 11"e agree to pay u J
:aSsist. vi propelling the Organized And eboald vie nacl pro
.tl to $9 pcr car (on er about
I craft, it? seems certain that the town the, Mrer" share mum Mrtr wbo pardwel a new
retail
'AQut 1lt1S to every extension of the automatic tel- stalled within a year or so. A speIf
An
im.. want
Aacut 1. 1I1 nil '!QUt 1. you your bicycle fixed in
-will be/bopped from the circuit:and Ftrj car between
cia franchise would
have
I ;the franchise shifted to some other Far artier partkulan mtrfiv these lots prices and profitferine ephone system from Jacksonville to to be granta hurry take it to Warman's Repaired
.city: Indianapolis has been .,laD. ICe St. Augustine is being talked of and by the city, but the company would Shop. i2-5-tf.
something -
install all of the wires in cables and
of ja disappointment to the Fed- F: G. RUSH the representative of the company would do with the
fret League officials and it.is.possible C has been in the Ancient City for the away overhead WOOD FOR SALE

{that thejfranchise Will be transferred 1 P,2 ..last few days ascertaining the situation. wire. For the month of August I will 1

| from. top city to .:Cincinnati nextwhether I Jo;= .._.b !' : .About fifty citizens have be- sell, at my farm, pine at 85 cents per .'r l
and it is Live and authentic strand, and oak
Feds come financially interested news-you read at $1.00; also some
the in -' ' '
are :
JtIl' or out
:. : will be in- saw logs cheap. A. S. Hodges, R.1,
the it
that system first in the Sentinel
'BasebalL expected
iaed ,.
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U. D. 'C. COMMITTEE HELD
TERESTING MEETING ,

i The credential committee of
General Jewell Chapter, U. D. C.
an interesting meeting at the
Miss Jean Person on Tuesday
ing. It was hoped that all the
i dential papers of those who
become charter members of this
ter would have been given the :
; The Place] To Place Money mittee at this time, since it is
;: sary to send them on to the
; register to be passed upon
IT MATTERS LITTLE WHETHER charter is granted. As part
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credentials were delayed,
YOU WISH TO START A SAVINGS t meeting is to be held next >..
ACCOUNT, TAKE OUT A CERTIFICATE 'day at 4:30 p. m. to complete . .
Miss Elizabeth Branham is ( >> llt .
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4[ OF DEPOSIT, OR OPEN A r temporary chairman of this r IP :
L CHECKING ACCOUNT' ;Vnapter, and Miss Marion
temporary secretary, the
This strong bank is behind any formof regular officers being deferred : ] Papers Joy/-
deposit you make. Its strong finan I the charter is granted .
4 cial foundation, its experienced officers j It is probable there will be
and its system of safeguards, makes the |, bers.twenty and twenty-five charter r, etc.


} 1 STATE BANK OF ORLANDO BASEBALL RESULTS \ AND UP ,"
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w the "place to place your money." Federal League
Chicago 1, Pittsburg 2. 120tf'n' to leave sUCh
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NOW Indianapolis 2, Buffalo 0. when :
, DO THIS __ $1.00will .. .
St. Louis 8 Brooklyn 5.
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. New York 3, St. Louis 2. ; ...., .
\ Boston-Cincinnati; rain.PhiladelphiaPittsburg . ..,.. ;:
; rain. '

American League% :;" .. :
Chicago Southern 3, Cleveland League 5. '.',. ..' .... '..
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y -Chattanooga; rain. r",. :::.<,;.<,\
IMiliMlliillMllilMliliiimiltllill Mobile 3-1, New Orleans -
Montgomery 4-0, Birmingham ... .. "..'.' "..'..-" ... 1' ', ...,. ..,.. ...---. ..-., "' : \,. .. ....ti .
Nashville-Atlanta; rain. .... ..' .H. : : : -
GRAND VIEW Columbus South 4-0 Atlantic, League : i.: : - : : ; _
Albany 3-2. :
Columbia 4, Savannah 1. ; I :I , :''.:.. .[,}.;. Mbvj 'D.I I

Augusta Macon 7,2 Jacksonville, Charleston 1.1. I : : .. .- : ',

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,Newest and most up-to-date hotel in BRITISH CRUISER HAUNTS : : : .: : : ::;,.:. :: -:.:".::<.-.::,:'- \tsif:;: :':' :,
TRANCE TO NEW
Canton., Situated on Academy Heights. HARBOR
ASSUMPTION IT PAYSTo
Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River -, New York, Aug. 12.- beingthe feast of read and use Sentinel "want ads."
_observers reported that the be a holy day of You get full value for your money.
Valley. One of the finest views in Wes- : cruiser Suffolk was still will be said in Cost only a penny a word each inser-
the entrance of New York at 6 a. m. and at tion.
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tern North Carolina. day. She was reported at In vigil of the feast,
: :from 10 o'clock last'night abstinence. We insure your life and loan you
:I o'dockthis morning money on real estate at 6 per cent..
entrance to Ambrose channel. want. interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,
: eral of the Sandy Hook pilots Curry Building, Tampa, Fla.
;: j MRS. J. R. McFADYEN, .I cruiser. I druggists.and forget l-7-d&w.lyr it. 3-25-d&wtf

Who is your painter and FOR SALE-A number of good hard
N. C.MMMIIMIHiiilMiMMIilltlMIMM.MMMMIMIM If are satisfied keep the fence posts and second hand lumber t
CANTON you
= .: 6.20-d&w have; if not, phone W. T. of the producing for sale. Call on or address, Mrs.E. .
t I Ne. 636. want ads.-try one. F. Hoskins, Orlando. 8-ll-2w

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'j We- have just opened up a lot of beautiful new Ginghams. They include French Ginghams, the

I} I; Toile Du Nords, Red Seal and A. F. C. Brands. All of these are well known as to styles and durability; the

nHfc best that the market affords. Now is the time to get your supply for School Dresses, as school time, will

I soon'"behere. You can get the pick of the very best styles, and, at a saving that you cannot afford to let


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,\I. Lot No 1 consists of beautiful soft finished Lot No. '3. Are the well known Red Seal

French Ginghams and fine Imported Cham- and A. F. C. Ginghams, there are none -

t brays, in plain, plaids, checks and stripes, better made for the 12 l-2c I

I. worth.re ular 25c special sale price Jftr special sale price I



j k .l Lot No. 2. The famous Toile Du Nord Gin- / .

; .. .: hams, a large range of patterns to choose Lot No. 4.: A large s

;!:: from, sold everywhere at 15c,, special sale j!' yard wide Percales, in I
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